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FOR SALE
Household
LOURDES PHARMACY
ill Lai CarraeoaUla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
MORRISON
Hi l Jnlj Ave *. J SL
LEWIS SERVICE
Are. Tlvell Ne. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14) Central vm
FARMACIA LUX
>> Cnbil Avenne .
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE^
J In li Ow Ave. Ne 1
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FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
rraa. Letevte T Mraal
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NOVEDADES ATHIS
V.a Csaaka Ave.
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12 WORDS
FOR SALE:1 Necchi eertable
awing m.china, Mafic Whaal.
feet ana* knaa pedal, 25-cycle,
neve, usad $300. 101-1, Gjm-
bee.
!
iT|REMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
FOR SALE:Electric train-track
en 4-ft.9-ff.x,4-inch mahog-
any plywood, two switches, un-
loupltr. itatian. etc.. Approxim-
ately $140 new; uad om Mi-
ran. Price $70. 0121 Plank St.,
larbea. thone 2-SSIt. I
FOR SALERafr ifaratar. 50-
cycle; gas stave, 4-burner; liv-
ing roam, bedreem furniture.
46th St re a #19, apartment 6.
FOR SAL: Twa mata I bed-
raom chiffoniers. Call after 4:30
a.m., houia 246*. Margan Ava.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:1951 flymeuth 4-
an, excellent condition, aaw
paint. und.rce.ted, radio. Call
llankenshlp. 6 a.m. ta 2 p.m.
all this w.ak at lalbaa 3376 M
Navy JI54. RS-D Reejeseaa,
any tima.
POR SALE:Ckrietmas Special!
1952 Cadillac Canvartibla, by-
dramatic, power steering, rtaw
nylen too Will accept trade-in.
Phana 3-1611. house 1576
Margarita.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
POR SALE: Leaving litkmui:
Rafrigaratar. automatic washing
machina I practically nay), din-
ing raam at. Phone 3-1640.
WANTED:Man', bicycle, small
radio. CaR Panama 2-5474, 9
ta 5.
FOR SALE lorge.n! Twa fin*
Paraian rug *"$" and S"5".
Call 1-1041.
Defense System
Remain On Alert
Holiday Season
FOR SALEHO. taina, rolle-
way bad. dinatta tat, pertabla
typewriter anal cm. Haavar va-
cuum twaapar and attachment..
Phana 3-4117.
Hungarians Escape
In Homemade Tank
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
SOX 2011. ANCN, C.2.
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
$50 RIWARD far identity af
drive wha ran avar and killed a
dai an Amador Raad, about
10:20 p.m. Saturday. Dacaaakar
10, 1955. I. G. Hay. heyta 0932
Amidar Raad, Ralbo!. Canal
Zana.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:'53 Hillm.n $700;
mahagany dining raam $75; liv-
ing room $30. CaH 3-3677 Pan-
am.
FOR SALE:Anua num., atanal.
.planta. Hah. House 1 532- Cal-
abash Straat, lalbaa. Phona Ral.
1669.
Egypt, Syria Warn
UN They'll Attack
Israel On 2 fronts
FOR SALE:Fancy gold fiiha.,
pool liza minnows; budfias ipa-
rakaatsl all colors; singing can-
arias; tragical fiabas; not sup-
plias. ACUARIO TROPICAL PIT
SHOP, 49 Via Espaa. Phana 3-
GRAZ," Austria, Dec. 15 (UP)----------*------------------------------
Four Hungarian workers raced FOR SALE.1954 Hliman Can-
past border guards in a -home-|
made tank and swam across the
Pinka River to Austria and free-
dom, it has been disclosed.
The workers, who had planned
their escape for months, convert-
ed an old truck into a tank by
arming it with steel plates' and
rifles.
RESORTS
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One m.la
past Casino. Lav ratas. Phona
albaa 1166.
PHILLIPS Occonsido Cettegee,
Santo Clara. Sa 435, Ralban.
Phono Panamo 3-IS77. Crkta-
bal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Roach
Cottages. Madam conveniences,
modarata ratas. Phone Gamboa
6-441. v
Shrapnel's furnished houses an
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, lalbaa 1772.
WANTED
Apartments
vertible $1000. Phana 3-6461.
12-2197. 8-mm. camera, pro-
meter $125.
Tuesday night, they drove to a
spot near the border, aid then
sped through the ranks of lur-
prised border guards.
Just before they reached the
border, a land mine exploded un-
CAIRO, Dec. 15 (UP)- Prime der.the truck. One wheel was
.Minister Gamal Abdel fyasser an-'destroyed and the truck was put
nopneed Egypi was informing, tne|twt of commission.
i United Nations today that lygypt I
and Syria wi attack Israel on The four leaped out of the ve-
two fronts if thgre is "any iurth. hide while Hungarian guards o-
. _ier Israeli aggression.''
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo, De.
.ID The Continental Airf Nasser said "the Egyptian gov-
ggnsa Command will remain in eminent was deu.erma a memo-
m' "those* to whom
FOR SALE: Anta Rolrerflex
13.5 Tessar complete with len-
sh.de; 35-mm. Rellolk.a adapt-
er, ReHorflash. Everything new
condition $145. Call 17-4239
after 1100 or 17-7251 daring
duty hours.
FOR SALEOne electric faa.
larga metal desk I mahogany co-
lor, aad wash basin for beauty
parlor. Apply personally to Ave.
Cuba No. 31-29. next ta Ce-
misariate Dan lesee '
WORKING COUPLE desire Vaca-
tion quarters Md February. Ref-
erences furnished, lalbaa 2-
2SB0.______________________
WANTIO: Quiet furnished
apartment between December 17
anal 30 by responsible American.
Call C. F. Siblar at 13-2252
daring office hours.
FOR RENT
- Rooms
FOR RINT:Beautiful furnish-
ed badaaem with pe-ch, bat wa-
ter and kitchen, far married ceu-
pla without children Meals avail-
able. Apply personally: Avenida
Cuba Ne. 31-29, neat ta "Ce-
misariato Dan lasca."
POR RIHT: Ona small fur-
nished bedroom with bath, for
single person. Apply parson.II
ta Ave. Caba Na. 31-29. next
ta "Comisariato Don Rosco."
LOST b FOUND
LOST: Ona gray bitten with
lame back log, near Third and
Central, answer, to Johnny, Rr
ward offered. CaH Celan 4 .
bring 2023 Central.

FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT
Houses
ATTENTION 0. I.I Jtrat bt
asadera harabibaa' eartsaints, I,
2 bedrooms, bat, cold water,
Phana Fonema 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bed-
room apartment, parch, living-
dining roam, kitchen, maid's and
laundry raam. Screened, bat wa-
ter. Far further information, tel-
ephone 3-4946 or 3-6737.
FOR RENT:2-bedraom chalet.
Inquire: Guillermo O. Olivar,
facing El Carmen Church (Pa-
sadena).
Wonted to Buy
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. 1 kadreem. $65. 43rd St.
Ne. 1-91, Sella Vieta.
Position Offered
WANTED: E.periancad radio
mechanics. Apply personally:
Panama Radia Cer,->o,atien, Cen-
tral Avenue No, 9-13.
WANTIO TO SUT: Smooth
fires, suitable far reconstruction.
Recenttructera Nacional, Aveni-
da Par 7. Rhone 2-0406.______
WANTED:Kerosene rafriger.-
tar. eight er nina feet high. Call
during office hours: Panama 2-
2964.
PERSONALS

WANTED: To communicate
with Dr. A. Smith, Osteopath.
CaH 3-2S04. Canal Zone
WANTED: Reliable working
couple desire vacation quarters
Jan. I. References furnished.
Ralboa 2-1003 ar Amador 2110.
WANTIO: Vacation quarters,
starting Jan. 1st by working cou-
ple References available. Phene
Ralboa 2.3056.
,,........... ...o ,., ,,,ciiiix a -memo
" i-andum to U- -N. Secretary Gene-
E*1
Pinka, near Pinkafeld, and swam
ned fire. They jumped into the
and swam
machinegun
across under heavy
fire
ral Dag Hammarskjolo today
pointing out that "any further is
raell aggression would be met by
the resutancf of III the Egyptian
Syrian armed forces.' ,
has no meaning.
Carte B. Partridge. CON-
said yesterday
bat bravee and passes would be
saetea! te air defense personnel
l1" tlpC^^iul'm^ooerT h"ve *?y ** demonstrateu
keep ail aauu in opera ^ neaceful intentions, hv their
FOR SALE:A.X.C. Baser pup-
pies, male and female. Phono
Balboa. 2-I33B.
FOR SALE: Belgian canaries.
red, pink, white, silver-beige.
Good songsters. Phono 3-2119.
Via E.p.n. Ne. 20-14.
Nasser added that the
Bi-Partisan Presidential Commision
^Launches Study Of Loyalty Program
their peaceful Intentions by their
and demo-!n-v,0,cnl'ttitud*"
threatened
.f'^'f'^'cac^TotrirWoula m"ea" A; bi-partisani presidential commls-|and four by Speaker Sam Ray
rnilpeacefulneaa on one side and at- ,ltm 'unehed full-scale study of burn.
the governments loyalty-security
The election of both Wright and
ojssr fi eedom
la-.^fSrsatmas^M^ "- t"1 ituatfon," he said WASHINGTON. Dee. 15 (UP) -|dd by the President, four by Njxen
re are ma
greasion, on tie other.
raelar unns and civ --------------------------
i af tUe ground ob-
^^^^VoX^tery Man John
throughout
rite St Asked About Arrest
j-tatiaes skouW exem-
aaarat ef leve, tolerance, ind .
~&l^x* He Re,urned ;mia^rnt.eHo
^SLiLS-HS^.1 r B0NN- Germy- D 15 (UP) an^es^^'wly^t'wm
rafl to ea>serving Cbnstmss Mystery double turncoat Otto "
llew Year's Day. John made discreet inquiries
whether he would be arrested and
about his would be arrested and
in industry before skipping back'. Et u[A memberi have "no con-
ported iod'ay M0rmt* W,tfC" ** *on" that the preaent system.
program today by electin a self
tyled "Jeffersonlan Republican" as Stennls at the commission's first
its chairman. organizational meeting waa unan-
I imous. Stennls co-sponsored the
I He is Loyd Wright, Ix>s Angeles resolution setting up the group
'attorney and former president of i
'the American Bar Aasn., who was; Wright said the commission in-polled more votes than ex
named to the 12-man commission.tends to establish operating pro- His tally of 70 boded trouble for
by. Vice President Richard M. Ni- cedurea "that will give everybody [the party already seamed by fac-,
xon.
Staunch H S.~Friendr
Hugh Gailskell, Gains
Laborile Leadership
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP> Right-
winger Hugh Gaitskell. a staunch
friend of the United States, has
won the leadership of the British
Ljbor Party and a chance to be-
come the next prime minister of
Great Britain.
Gaitskell yesterday easily de-
feated American baiting left-wing-
er Aneurin Bevan knd moderate
Herbert Morrison on, the fir It
ballot by Laborite members of
Parliament. He received 157 of
267 votes casL
Bevan showed surprising
strength with 70 votes. The aging
Morrison received 40 in the three-
way race for the post vacated by
Clement R. Attlee.
The 49-year-old Gaitskell, an
economist and a member of Par-
liament and a member of Par-
himself in line for the premier
ship should the Socialists win
the next general elections.
Bevan and Morrison lost as pre-
dicted but Bevan, a fiery Welsh-
man who is Gaitskell's enemy.
ted.


REP. THOMAS L. ASHLEY, (D-Pa.) and member of the- Congressional group of the House
committee on banking and currency, discusses orientation flight over the Canal Zone area
with T-33 pilot Lt. Col: Frank B. Rinn, director of plans and programs, deputy chief of ataff
for operations, Caribbean Air Command, and Mai. John W. Blakeslee, director of military de-
fense assistance program supply. Caribbean Air command. Blakeslee served as escort officer
for the visiting Congressmen. Ashley's Jet flight took place yesterday during the group's visit
to the Canal Zone to get a first-hand report on military housing requirements as part of a two-
week tour of the, Caribbean area. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
a chance to be heard." But he saitll tional disputes.
lofi Hiefl
,* Tsenperarure
it is too early to say when, where
or how hearings will be conducted
Congress provided 1*0,000 for
of the commission. It has
Morrison, , a former foreign
secretary and personally popular.:
never was conceded a chance be-
cause of his age. Youth-conscious
Laborites argued that the party
^rjsXDON. Dec IS
. The J-year-old former chief \A
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's in-
telligence service fled back to the
West Monday only 17 months aft-
UP>-Primc er ufeetlag to the Communists hi
Edeais attll Et Berii'
with a tern-
RWM announced today Johp rerntine<, clo8ely u d e r
rwatracte i cniu Jester wrap$ for xht |ourth ltrtlght d,y
^tinSlni.. ^t?eet ,nd ** BoBn tvernment maln-
litiveuCT?ahlnet^s Umed D,"nk W,U ,Uence Un"
I yesterday s cabinet aes- til ^eurfty aienU nave flni,hed
the work _.
protect both the rights of the indi- subpena powers and may demand needed young Wood,
vidual and the security of the na-jgovernment files which will not; Gaitskell is the man to give it
tion. endager the nation's intelligence to them. He looks younger that
activities or interfere with crim- his years, is possessed of a razor-
inal prosecutions. keen mind and has the political
attributes of a wife, two daugh-
Commission members Include! ters, and a cultured speaking
Dr. Susan Biley, professor of edu-. voice.
the target of sharp Demon- a t I c
fire, does not meet that objecive.
But he said the commission is cation at George Peabody College, All but eight of the 275 Sociahst-
"under a mandate of Congress to! Nashville, Tenn. members of Commons cast votes
take a look." -------------------------------------------------'---------------"----------*
it from 10 Down
temar said
Minister is still eon
with a tempera
Sen. John C. Stennls (D-Miss.V
who was named vice chairman.
said the group will conduct "a
study and not an investigation."'
He pledged that it will steer clear
of politics.
vi aucnve u 11 ;
security agents have finished: The unit was set up by Congress:
grilling him. This was expected to Uit ye,r t0 make thorough
be completed in the next day or -
Familiar Phrases
sopossibly by tomorrow.
SB. sum apparently enjoy-
investigation of the operation of
the loyslty-security system for
government employes snd recora-
However. informed sources dis- mend needed changes to President
. closed that even before his re- \ Eisenhower by Dec. si, I95e.
ior oi*era-,turn * ** We8t John h,d con-1
sWreetoT! Me^duct I urtrt^ Wtern sgenU and friend
ACROSS 4 Impetuous
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12 Hail!
12 Discord
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14 Entice
15 Flap
11 Flying
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IB Defame
20 Stop (naut >
21 Scottish river
22 Monster
24 Castle ditch
MOoad
27 Brace and
30, Illinois
12 Refund
14 Higher
IB Wiped out
131 Compass point
27 Trees
' Jl Indian weigh
140------of Share;
1 Solidify
41 Be of use
Viper
B A driver
9 Food fish
10 War god ef
Greece
11 "God-you,
merry
gentlemen''
17 Pantry
19 Inborn
21 Pierces, as
with horns
24 S)lent
25 Algerian city S3 Lower
21 "The last timelB fault
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47 Ireland
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50 Legal matters,
BATTLE FIVE-ALARMER IN BOSTONFlrem en fight the five-alarm fire which swept twa
tenement houses In South Boston. At least 24 families were rescued by ladder in frigid tem-
peraturea. Twelve persons, Including a family of six, were overcome by smoke.
I
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There's as much energy wssted in'
forest fires each year as would be
released by the explosion of 250.0B0
medium atom bombs, according to
a fniversity of Michigan forestry
professor, Kenneth' P. Davis.
Davis, co-author of "Forest Fjre
Control and Use." explained that
the energy equivalent 6f an A-
bomb is released in 40 acre! of
burning brush, and 10,000.000 acres
of forests burn each year.
Steps are being taken to cut
down the loss. Davia aid Modern
fire fighting equipment is being
used inccessingly against the fires,
sad airplanes are supplementing
watchtowers in spotting them be-
fore they get out of control.
He said a modern power plow or
tractor equipped with power spray
noziies. two-way radios and walkie-
talkies does the work of 50 men in
lighting forest fires
"the United Sutes trsduionslly,
hss followed Europe in sll other LfJ
of forestry." he added. "buUsJJ,,
the world's acknowledged af Sjfdf
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We ara selling all these Lamps far below
Our Cost
NOW 60% discount
Take advantage of this opportunity
Tels.
2-3564
2-25CC
phase
it is
leader in fire control."
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A Pew Fast Facts: Red Buttons,
bfcck from a highly successful Las
Vegas stint, says he's "flooded"
with offers. He's considering doing
the Jackie Cooper part when Holly-
wood turns "King of Hearts" into
a movie . One of the many
callers to NBC to congratulate the
network on its performance of
, "Madam Butterfly" was Arturo
TescanM". . "This is Show Busi-
ness" is coming back to TV, as
an afternoon CBS show. Mlka
Stokey may be moderator, with
Jean Kerr and Orson Bean proba-
bilities for the panel . Marie
Wilson's contract with CBS is up
soon, and both NBC and CBS are
bidding"for her.. . Marvin Kaplan
\Walter Winchell
(Continued from Pace Si
work," he says, "when the
weather is bad" . Sixty hours of
rehearsal go into the avenge
I half-hour teevee drama ... Pre-
viewers rave about the movie ver-
sion of "Picnie." Has to wm an
Academy ribbon. It won all the
prizes in N.Y. ... A critic s de-
scription of novelist Mary McCar
thy: "She looks like a glam
our girl and writes like a man who
has been around." (Boy!)
HOLLY
novia
by Erskin. Johnson
Connlt Clausen
sin winters to school very day.
She amused herself by dreaming
of ooing to New York, becoming a
:
-
- of "Meet Millie''' is in New York to 'amous actress and living happily
.cteclTon his Broadway invest- ' *> he made It.
meritshe's sunk a goodly sum in
three shows, all hits.
Mitch Miller's parrot wouldn't
'talk when "Person to Person"
visited the Mifler home. Immedi
ately after the shewand
comes from reliable witnesses
the Millers were entertalnlnaj the
Kurrew TV crew. And the parrot,
rehed en Mitch's shoulder, seised
lull bi the conversation to say,
"I'm a bad bird."
But it took some doing. She
started by riding elephants for
Ringling Bros., then was a pub-
licity and exploitation gal for MGM
in Hollywood, then an editor of an
infants7 and children's wear trade
thu i magazine.
"One day she says. "I quit. I
decided to be an actress. I got a
job and went to acting school and
I've been acting ever since."
Talk about type
IbisConstance CU
KinlTcmnieTone f trfest Urh. Smith do g to ngjj
5!T,, tv .rtr..P hut this oart mg. Thornton Wilder's script isnt
funny as the acting and the
I
bits of
and Jeff,
casting, how's
lauson, mother of
., twins, appears weekly as a
of twins. Connie is one of
'., ''M Our TV actresses but this part
doesn't exactly strain her abilities.
viShe's doing the commercials on
We NBC-TV show which features
Dr. tenlamln Spoeh. 0e great
white father to most mothers. As
uch, she demonstrates how to fix
baby food and similar '
month-old boys, Michael
as lively props. ^
This Is the first time-Connie
dan* a commercial. She's enjoying
it a swell as keeoin *e kids well
- fad. And her experiences as a
mother of twins end a*rformer
have produced a couple of tip tor
'Jaw mothers In the crowd:
-Ttp: If you're traveling with the
lida-and-she goes to Cleveland
every now and again to work with
. Spock-don't be afraid of stopping
athotels. She was at first, figuring
there'd be no way to heat up the
firs of baby food. But she dis-
covered they can be warmed suf-
ficiently by running hot Up water
ver the jars. .
Tip: Don't worry about how tne
neighbor's baby is developing,
compared with your own
boys are fraternal,
twins, and she can
drett develop differently. One of tne
toysU walking, the other isnt.
But the non-walker is talking. So
gt 'am go at their own pace.
Connie Is a lovely "**"",
the most varied backgroundhHany
actress. She comes from Menasha,
i. and as a child she'd, have a
''.*|. walk in the old Wlseen-
UTTLC UX
Show Time: "The Matchmaker"
is strictly a romp. It's a farce, of
the type generally labeled as
"hilarious," and this one lives up
the label. Ruth Cordon and
as
direction
result is
as
make it, but
pure delight.
the final
cur
i TV
Dick's Quickie: Bob Hope,
rantly In England, reports
there. "In Great Bsitain,"
says, 'Medic' Is called 'You May
Bleed If You Like.' "
as
Connie's
not identical
see that Chil-
ean Carroll (NB&TV): Some-
body told me my l*s were top
short. What nonsensethey reach
the floor, don't they?
Oddly, Susan Strasberg's parents
tried to discourage her acting ca-
reer when she was a very little
girl. Mother was an actress. Her
Fadder is the dramatic coach
Ethel Barrymore who is 7 goes
swimming every morning .. .Val-
ue of Stardust? Audrey Hepburn
received about $400,000 for star-
ring in "War and Peace. That
recalls Bogart's war-inciter:
"Au-drey Hepburn it alright. If
you don't mind a doien takes ...
Whatever happened to privacy?
Eva Marie Saint confided to an
interviewer: "I had no trouble giv-
ing birth. I did it exactly in an
hour and a half" ... Times
have changed, indeed. We e:a n
show you the scar for publishing
news'about married folks having
babies. Called them Blessed Events
to be "dignified"! ... How impor-
tant can yez get? ...Modern
Screen Mag gloated: "The only
magazine at the Debbie-Eddie wed-
ding!" (Geewhiz.)
Mutual Air Club
Elects Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Elisa Davis has been elect-
ed as president of the newly-form-
ed Ladies Auxiliary of the Para-
so Mfttual Aid Club.
The Installation ceremony was
conducted by Ellis L. Fawcett.
Others installed were Mrs. Satur-
na Wilson, vicepresident; Mirs. I-
nez McKenzle, secretary Mrs.
Mildred Sawyers, asst. secretary;
Mrs. Maudline Holder, treasurer,
aad Mrs. Cecilia Richards, chap-
Joseph Bishop was master of
ceremonies of the program, which
included songs by Miss Norma
Campbell and Glanville Davis Jr.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA)
lywood and Grapevine: It's a
"Nope" from Mr. Vup on whether
he's Joining Hollywood's million-
dollar suite against confidential
Magazine. Latest movietown vic-
time of the smut mag, Gary Coo-
per told me between scenes of
"The Friendly Persuasion":
"So you sue 'em and it takes
years to get into court. Leave 'em
alone and it's forgotten. People
have forgotten it already."
Hoi- les every roll of the boat and no
matter how many Bogart finds
he just can't seem to locate a
of them.
Mess Sergeant
Has Own Abacus
FORT RILEY, Kan. (UP)
When Mess Sgt. Chun Leung Ho of
Honolulu bogged down in Army
paper work in his job, he dug out
with the aid of a build-it-yourself
abacus.
"Works better than an electric
adding machine," Ho said. "At
least it does for me."
The abacus is a simple device
consisting of a frame and wires
upon which are strung counters.
Ho dug up some beads from a
i Christmas toy and made one while
ANTHONY QUINN willL.outpain fretting with paper work in
" Schweinfurt, Germany.
Jose Ferrer's walking-on-his-knees
stunt as Touluse Lautree in "Mou-
lin Rouge." He'll play Quasimodo
in "The Hunchback of Notre
Dame" remake on his knees a la
Jose but with a 40-pound mold
strapped on his back.
Diana Dors, the British Venus
who Is a carbon-copy of Marilyn
Monroe, tots her chance at seri-
ous film drama before Miss Wig-
gle Hips. Diane was chosen ever
Vivien Leigh or Olivia do Havil-
land to play the murderess in
new British film, "Yield to
Night."
Ray, Jones, U-I's famous portrait
photographer, is quoted in Carl Ba-
kal's new book, "How to Shoot
for Glamor":
"You can't stop and ask movie
stars how they want their pictures
taken. As in photographing babies,
the I you have to have the patience to
wait until they an just right I
fare taking the picture."
Script of "Zarak Khan." Anita
Ekberg's new movie with Vic Ma-
ture, describes her costume this
way: "The impression she gives,
except for her transparent, swirl-
ing skirt, is of nudity.'' Even in
her street clothes around Holly-
wood Anita gives that impression.
ZENITH RADIOS
MAKE APPROPRIATE XMAS GIFTS
Give Year round pleasure of Entertainment for the home.
A Zenith Radio, Radlophonograph, Console, or High
Fidelity is always an appreciated gift.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
(Home of Quality Merchandise)
"J" St. 13-A-30 Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
Tel. 2-2386 2-2142 2-3285
OPEN TILL 9 P.M. UNTIL XMAS
Ho said he hadn't had a bit of
trouble since he made his copy of
the ancient calculator. One thing
he still needs, however, is a set of
division tables.
"I have written my mother in
Hong Kong for the tables," he
said. "When I get them, I'll really
be in business.
school with Julie, wrote the "Riv-
er" hit and the original tunes for
Webb's picture, too.
"i
--
siM^bodif fioodL gloAjJfitdl
H
THI WITNET: A starlet
dropped into fur designer Al Tei-
telbaum's salon and informed a
saleslady her wealthy boy friend
was going to buy her a mink stole.
"Your best girl friend was in this
morning, and told us the good
news," said the saleslady.
THI SOUND OF clicking steel
balls In haunting Humphrey (Cap-
tain Queeg) Bogart and Frank
Sinatra's taking bows for the best
practical-joke of the year.
While Bogart was in New York
filming scenes for "The Harder
They Fall," Sinatra boarded the
sUr's yacht, the Santana, with a
bushel of steel balls.
Ho planted them In every con-
ceivable drawer, nook and cranny
and now Bogarfs wild-eyed. The _.
sound of clicking balls accompan- Arthur Hamilton, who went to
"Oh." screamed the starlet,
"that STOLE pigeon."
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: "She's a
girl of dross distinction. She
doesn't shew anything very dis-
tinctly."
This Is Hollywood. Mrs. Jones:
None of the jazz ditties in Jack
Webb's "Pete Kelly's Blues" made
the hit parade league. But the
"Cry Me a River" platter record-
ed by Jack's ex-wife, Julie Loa
don, is going big on the juke boxes.
11//// buy an off-breed It alel
lilis f/im/iiii/s
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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Mama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN WHISKY
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$1243,397 Bid
For Conversion Job
A bid of $1,243,397.06 entered by Sachse Electrical
Company, of Lake Charlea, Louisiana, was the apparent
low of four received for the conversion of commercial, in-
dustrial and domestic sensitive-frequency electrical equip-
ment on the Atlantic side.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY. DECEMBER IS. 1955
nVE CENTS
Bids' for this phase of the'principal contract brought bids
Power Conversion Project were1 ranging from $17,833 to $65,050.
opened today at Balboa Heights with the Sachse Company en-
by Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engl-|terlng a bid of $46,840 for this
neerlng- and Construction Di-
rector, who Is the contracting
Officer for the Panama Canal
Company.
Other lump sum bids entered
were: L. R. Sommer, of Panama,
particular project.
Because of the large number
of Individual Items Included In
the proposed contract, Arnold
announced at the opening of the
CZ Posts Need
2450 More
Quarters Built
Congressman
An acute housing shortage on the
Canal Zone military posts will be
bids that it will be several days reported to Congress byTsuhconv
mittee of the House Banking and
i
f 1,529,778.74; Donovan Construe--before the various bids can be
Ion Company, of St. Paul, tabulated and evaluated.
Minn., $1,643,362.89; and W. E.; The contractor for the Atlan-
Kler Construction Company and tic Area conversion will be re-i
A. Telchert and Sons., Inc., of quired to submit a work febea-1
Segundo, Cal., $2.241,190. ule after notice to proceed la
Specifications for the Atlantic given. This schedule will be sub-
Area conversion .included 1405Ject to approval by the Panama'
separate bid items, the largest'Canal Company,
number ever advertised undei Specifications for the project
one contract by the Canal or-provide that four areas will be'
ganization. | available to the contractor ear-i
Proposals were accepted in;ly next month and he remain-1
two groups. Items 1 to 731 in- ing areas by next May-
eluding the domestic and com- The first areas to be made
mercial equipment to be con- available for conversion Will
verted, and Items 732 to 1,40b be Margarita townslte, Coco
Including the Industrial equip-. Solo Hospital, Mlndl Da:ry,
ntent- and the Industrial Division.
The 8acb.se Electrical Cent- There are more than 8000
pany, which has the contract pieces of domestic equipment on
:the Atlantic side to be convert-
ed. These include all frequency-
sensitive equipment used in
homes.
Currency Committee now making
a survey of the situation here.
They will recommend a If
! * M* Permanent quarters
to b. built for Army, Navy and
Air Force instillation to meet
pressing needs.
This was the opinion expressed
rSfif??* by Huh J- Addonizio,
(D-N J.) who is acting chairman
o the committee charged by a
resolution of Congress with the
responsibility of looking into the
housing situation in the United
States and its outlying areas.
He said it was the special intent
of Congress that every American
Order Criticized
i
for the conversion of the Ga-
tun Hydroelectric Station, bid
$559,590.15 fer the conversion
of the domestic and commer-
cial equipment, and $696,366.-
88 fer the industrial equip-
ment conversion.
An alternate bid for the in-
stallation of an emergency how-
ls r line to Coco 8olo Hospital In-
cluded in
Commenting on some
family quarters the corn-
has inspected since its arrival
the Isthmus earlier this week
donizio said he has found some
Low-duty Liquor
Already on Sale
Zonian Calls It
Slap In Face
To CZ Officials
A high Panama government
source said today that the sale
of lew-duty liquor to the Canal
Zone, under the provisions of
the treaty, is already under way,
and that several merchants
have already appl'ed to the
Treasury for rebates on the du-
ty paid on liquor so sold.
Only delay In full implemen-
tation of the low-duty liquor
sale provisions, the source Indi-
cated, concerns locally-produced
liquor and beer.
Negotiations continue con-
cerning pr'ce adjustments of
these products, to parallel the j . ."!'" 'i '' "7""
reduction in the price of im- sidrea fne unilateral action of Panama


A Canal Zone labo

ported liquor following the 75%
i reduction in Panama excise tax
on it.
r leader said today that he con-
in the liquor tax:
TERRY'S TAKING IT EASY... Miss Moore, the beautiful young
star who will soon be appearing in "Shack 101" is shown enjoy-
ing a limeade at El Panama's Cabana Club.
* *

such as; refrigerators, i su'b-sUiuia'rd housing here"
wd*n!Fllh%tChtoH The Congressman*5 said that no
EXT JPJ yM ,hobhy equip- new appropriations would be re-
menwhfrhh.e,releCtrl^,et,Ul/5-|2uir^ to finance "> "reasen
ment which have movable parts, housing that hi* committee would
Tne conversion of electrical recommend.
heating equipment is not requir-
an addendum to the ed for 60-cycle use.
family, civilian or military, "have
a decent place to live in."
f5 Ctirvy Terry Moore Snuns
k. Ad-; ^ :
Ermine Suit In Panama Sun
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Lock Mule Replacement
Pre-bid Conference Held
plans
He said that
construction of quarters by
builder who would then turn them
over to the government, through
the Department of Defense, and
the housing would be paid for out
of the quarters' allowances of the
military personnel.
He said that from a military
standpoint there was a serious
need for improved and increas-
ing housing facilities, and point-
ed te the fact that the survey
shewed seme of the quarter* te
be cheaply constructed.
Shapely Terry Moore d i d n't
include the| need an ermine bathine suit yes-
terday as she basked in the Pa-
nama sunshine.
Posf Office Urges
Quick Removal Of
Christmas Packages
p Isthmi
discount matter "a flagrant slap-in-the face to the au
thorities of the Canal Zone."
Rufus M. Lovelady, a national vice-president of the
American Federation of Government Employes, said that
many people on the Canal Zone feel that the matter has
been deliberately handled by someone in Panam in such
a way as to withhold the benefits people would get at
Christmas time, when buying is exceptionally heavy.
The labor man recalled that a Panama government
source had said the tax reduction in liquor slated for Ca-
nal Zone consumption would mean a loss to them of $220,-
000. If this meant that
Not only didn't she need one,
she didn't even want to talk a-i
bout one.
Said she doll who was emboil-
ed in a tn-service controversy
while entertaining the troops in
Korea, "That's all old stuff now."
Let's forget it happend."
Regarding the situation of many'ed to chalk it up to a good pu-
military men who must wait blicity stunt, at least one lady

A pre-bid conference of Canal!of the proposed contract and soe-
authorities and prospective b i d-1cificatlons, Capt. Frank A Mun-
ders on proposals for the replace- roe, Jr., Marine Director brieflv' muuary men wno must *'
ment of the Locks towing locme-1 outlined the technical aspects of monUls before bringing their fam-
tives for which bids are now be-1 towing vessels through the locks I Ules *>wn- because of the housing
ing advertised opened yesterday i and Hoy C. Stockham chief shortage, Addonizio commented
at Balboa Heights. the Locks Division, gave a re-
view of lockage procedures and a
Presiding at the series of con- description of the existing locomo- s,tut,on
ferences is Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Itives. ?*| "he c
Engineering and Construction Di-
rector, who is the Canal's con-
tracting officer.
Following an opening statement
Although some might be inclin-
through with a fig leaf, but once
you've played Shakespeare, you
can do anything."
And this gal means it. While some ment of Christmas mail is due to-
of her less-talented sister sit a- day from New York aboard the
Panama liner CRISTOBAL.
In order tq alleviate the
Christmas rush at th
post-eHlees.- the
offices at Cristobal and Balboa
are now open during the noon
hours and will remain on this
schedule until Christmas.
Canal Zone residents also are
reminded that this Saturday, is
the latest date on which air mail
cards and letters
sent to the United
Due tn LhdBWiPavy Christmas
'"ml thmrfM* which are arriv-
ing o; the Isthmus daily, Canal n
Zone residents are uged tore-00"- ' 'hls meant that sum per year, he noted, then
?.& .sCkseon* "Viet '^^ $73' ~ fr thrd of-a * mUSt have '-
the package notice.
A heavy
rived on
ready been collected since Aug. 23 when the fiquor article
th'fJhm1 of ,m'n r was supposed to become effective. He remarked that many
me isinrnus Vestcrd&y' l ij i_ r *
from the states and another ship-|Purcna$er$ would nave no means of getting a rebate.
that action on their recommenda-
tions would greatly alleviate that
by Arnold on the general features
!
Sania Will Step
Off Panagra Plane
Sunday Afternoon
Representatives of manufactur-
ing firms which have been invit-
ed to submit proposals who are
attending the conference include
committee confined their
first-hand survey te the Canal
Zone. They have net Inspected
any quarters in Panama where
servicemen are now residing.
E. G. BTomlowrDr"La"patp'rL He P9mted out that the problems
M. D. Horton and J. E Brauns u"" were. veTy- *imi'r" * ose
"nuns, | ne encountered in other countries
of General Electric; and R A
Brunddon, of R. G. Le Tourneau'
ind. '
Representatives of several oth-
er invited bidders have previous-
ly visited the Zone for first-hand
information.
outside the U.S., and said they
have examined installations in
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Isles.
They plan to leave Saturday for
Washington.
Also attending the pre-biddlng
conferences are several represen-
^tlves of various units of the Ma
the Engineering
Bureau having
major re-
rine Bureau and
and Construction
He Got $10 Fine
For Disturbing
Quiet Of Cemetery
still
round and rret about juicy parts
Miss Moore, who has many fa-
cets to her talent, has decided to
write a scenario; wtthv the lead-
ing role assured her.
It's all about a young female
bullfighter, the daughter of the
American Consul in Mxico. As
yet unfitted, the work is being
concocted in collaboration with
Ken Tynana. a British drama cri-
tic on the London Enquirer whom! packages,
she met while doing a movie should be
Early last
made public a
to Sen. Walter
who is chairman
October Lovelady Zone officials, by Panama. Love-
letter he had sent lady said it seemed to him that
F. George (D-Ga.) at least a draft of the order
of the Commit- might have been show to U. S.
rtt^JalelwM, Tot la-;officials before it was issued!
T h a ts there. He's authored "Bull Fe-1 States with any assurance that
to confine ail stories to local cov-
erage.
Mum's the word as far as
wire services in the States are
concerned, according te mom,
who'd rather keep her glamor-
ous daughter under wraps, de-
spite Panama's broiling sun.
carrying scars,
the star's mother, Mrs. Luelialver," and they toying with the; they will reach their destination
Koford, who is accompanying her idea of possibly using this nsmej before Christmas. This will allow
now and gave strick instructions for their script. time for handling in the States
Devoting two days out of one during the congested Christmas
week's vacation to Panama has period. .
some of this city's eligible (and
those who think they're eligible)
'. males in a spin. The bosom y film
! queen is being toasted by an im-
preslve list of lotharios.
But when asked her 'opinion
of Panamanian men she says
with a coy smile "I think
they're usf charming."
Did she think Latins were Lou
Q Lovers
bor man said he wrote "as a pri-
vate citizen" and that he inform-
the Senator he "resented the ac-
cusation that the blame lies with'
the officials of my government
and that the next move is up to
them."
Terry, a vivacious morsel, is
now on the "drama bit." Not con-
tent with parts like the girl in
"Come Back Little Sheba" for
which she won an Academy A-
ward nomination, the blue-e y e d
charmer is about to venture into
the Shakespearean field.
This summer she's planning to
join a Stratford, Connecticut,
summer stock group and will
start out with "tiny' parts.
"""lere's no money in it." she
dec jiesj "I'll probably just walk
eheer and gifts to children of Pa-
nama and the Zone this Sunday
when he debarks from Panagra's
El Pacifico Flight 720 at 4:30 p.
m.
Where there's Santa, there
High Priest Freed
Santa's going to make a flying
atari this Sunday afternoon.
Believing that one must adjust
to the modern times, good old St.
Nick has discarded his seligh and an active part in the
reindeer, temporarily, at least, in placement program,
order to arrive here on schedule. The representatives of the ma- nuie? of ?n,lvf ^*c! ind.
He will begin dispersing good nuf.cturmg firms visited Mkaflo- ^be ve^feL
res Locks yesterday afternoon for Anatol Laventure of Mt Hon.
pSSirS^S^|AHer 10 Red Years
Irate laborer got mad at the fore-!
man early this morning when he
heard that he might lose his job.
Picking up a machete which be
to eome out and say hello to him.
He also has a very special rea-
son for coming to Panama. He
Moroccans Protest.
US Air Base Firings
RABAT, Morocco, Dec. 15 (UPi
Trade unionists protested today
against what they called the "abu-
sive firing" by the United States:
"I don't know, I've never been Air Force of Moroccans employed
in love with one." ion. the three strategic Air Force
Last Christmas Terry entertain bases,
ed the boys in Iceland, but this A delegation of union officials
ar she claims she got a call from the three bases at Portlyau-
m Washington saying "Youitey. Sidi Slimane and Bouknadel
can have Christmas off,, k i d.|was_received yesterday by Premier j been
Today Lovelady commented on
reports that the chief issues on
which the two governments had
not been able to agree related to
whether some categories of per-
sons on the Zone would get the
discount. He said:
"Paragraph 3 of the Memoran-
dum of Understandings makes no
difference between the people liv-
ing on the Zone as to whether
they are employed by private con-
cerns or by the government.
"My view is that any person
who is entitled te reside on the
Canal Zone should be entitled to
the discount on the liquor he
buys for consumption at his
home on the Canal Zone."
Lovelady emphasized today, as
he did last October, that he andiat
since the two countries were neg-
otiating on the subject. He con-
tinued:
"I suspect that if H had been
the other way around for these
people that they would havo'
felt the same way that I do,
and that they would havo felt
the courtesy to which any offi-
cial is entitled was not extend-
ed."
The Panama liquor
signed and publicized
go, on Nov. IS.)
order was
a month a-
"There are those over here"
he said, "and a number of them
have told me as much, who feel
that the delay all these weeks is
because it is the time of the year
when there is naturally a much
greater volume of liquor bought.
They call it a deliberate effort
to withhold from the people the
reduced benefits they might get
Christmas time."
vea
fro 11
the people he hears talk on the
Zone are as individuals chiefly] Lovelady said he had received
concerned over the principle of |a reply from Sen. George stating
the way the liquor matter ha si that Panama had informed the
handled by Panama, He United States that when the ar-
in use
procedures.
Morning and
afternoon
must be children. So he has in- have been planned for both todav
vited all little boys and girls from i and tomorrow. These will be
Panama and the Canal Zone devoted principally to the techni-
' cal aspects of the replacement
program which is the largest ev-
"With nothing to do now except'Si Bekkai and Ministry of Labor j said: rangement is put into effect a re-
read scripts do some TV stints, i and Social Questions officials. "The word that comes to meibate would be forthcoming retro-
and a show or two. she's return They complained that the U.S. from people is that the amount active to Aug. 23.
ing to New York for a few seri- A.F. had acted contrary to Moroc-'of money that one person would;
ous months of study st Kazan's ran legislation, which they called save is so small that we are so 'So far as I have been able to
Actor's Studio. ("incomplete and insufficient." in much interested in the *" ings as find out," he reported." only one
As far as romantic plans are firing Moroccan workers "sbove in the principle involved." I club on the Zone is keeping a
concerned, she claims she's "ufi-'sB since the return of the sultan. Expanding on what'he consider-; record of to whom they sell the
attachedbut looking."
of Morocco.'
led a "slap in the face" to Canal
;i
Allies Must Obey Red German Laws-Russia
has heard from Mrs. Olga de A-
riss, wife of the President of the
Republic that there are a num-
ber of children who will not be
Ss fortunate as some. To prove
e hasn't forgotten anyone, he
has asked Mrs. Arias to bring
them to the airport to see him
Sunday afternoon.
Uoon deplaning, Old Nick will
eive each of those kiddies a toy
manufactured by Revell, Inc. of
Los Angleles, whose locsl .distri-
butors are Lewis Service.
Vasco Arosemena, president o
Transportes Arosemena y Brid,
has offered to provide transporta-
tion to seme of the children from
the Red Red Cross to the sir-
port and back. And the Coca-Cola-
Comprny will be serving refresh-
ments at the airport.
'ISO D.M
READ THE ADS
er scheduled
nal.
for the Panama Ca-
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
HIGH
50 a.m.
24
ie
LOW
used to cut the grass, the 37-year-,
old defendant brandished it and
I'hast'd the foreman almost two i
blocks across the grass of the up
untll-then peaceful cemetery.
When the exhausted foreman
fell to the ground, Anatol stood
over him s minute and then walk-,'
BERLIN, Dec. 15 (UP) Rus-
sia today released a high Roman
Frmiand "aSV Marou^o""^^ BERLIN, Dec. 15 (UP)- The Sovlett no longer hold themselves .Dec.
10 years of Soviet captivity. |Soviets today gave East German responsible for the implementation|dant
Communists the right to make the
Marquardt belonged to a group) Western allies obey Communist
of 94 GeVman and Austrian ex **w*: J.
prisoners who arrived in West' Thu right stemmed from a
Berlin today blunt Soviet rejection of an Allied
Hands-ofr-Beilin' protest sent
The Roman Catholic priest said the Soviets two weeks ago.
1 after the Soviet cumman-
ln Berlin, Jam. Gen. P. A.
of tour-power laws on Berlin and Dibrova. rejected a protest against
Cermcny. the detention of a party of Ameri-
At the same time he said the can congressmen.
V'estern allies must obey Commu- The group was
nist laws In Eas Berlin. hours on grounds
The note reaffirmed that Soviet East German law against radio
stand that E st Germany is "sov-, telephones in cars.
liquor, for the purpose of refund.
Obviously, the other clubs cannot
make any refunds.
"And obviously the individual
who has bought a botllt or two
from package stores in Panama
can get no refund."
11:11
11:2
| ed away. But not fast enough. | he was flown to" the Soviet Union i In his reply to the three West- ereign" and has the right to "guard U. S. Ambassador James B
He was picked up and brought in 1945 for interrogations, and wasiern Allied ambassadors in Bonn, | and control'' Its borders and isolat-j Conant stiffly protested and warn-
to court today for "disturbing the! held in "Soviet prison camps for'Soviet ambassador G. M. Pushkin ea Berlins lifelines to the West, ed the Reds to keep hands off Ber-
oeace." in years. said by implication last night the The East Germans, carrying on lin anr the four-power occupation
their separate campaign for recog- rules.
nition by the West as a sovereign Pushkin rejected that argument
government, demanded nrgotia-.on grounds that the East German
tion. in East Berlin bciv.cn West government Is s sovereign
and East German transport minis- er.
ters on traffic to the Western sec- However. Pushkin pointed o u t
tors of the city. that Russia still would be respon-
I Pushkin replied to Western warn- sible for Allied military transports
ings which were presented to him between West Berlin and West
by the Big Three ambassadors on Germany.
Lovelady also remarked that
one dealer had freely predicted
that the red tape connected with
held for four selling a bottle or a few bottles
it violated an to an individual looked so formi-
dable that it would not be econo-
mically feasible for him to sell
LEADERS OF FRANCE S FOUR MAIN POLITICAL ALLIANCESThese are the leaders of the four main party alliances being
lormed in France for the Jan. 2 elections. Left to right are: Pierre Mendes-France, of the Left-of-Center group Edgar Faure,
of the Rlght-of-Center coalition; Pierre Poujade. of the anti-tax Rightists; and] Jacques Duelos, ol the Communists.
He added that he felt that from
Jan. 25, 1955, when the treaty
was signed, there did not seem
any doubt in anyone's mind but
that it would be ratified. He ask-
pow- ed:
"Why did not Panama start
studying the matter so it could
be put into effect when the trea-
ty was ratified?" Apparently, he
noted, nothing was done between
January and August.
_____ ____ | "Now it has been almost fouf
months since the exchange of rat-
U. S. War Graves Unit In Soviet Zone KmM^^
U.S. Labor Force
Seen At New High
WASHINGTON, Dec 15 (UP)
The Census Bureau reports that
more Americans were available
to work in the third quarter of this
year than any time in the nation's
history.
The report said 70.325.0 01
persons 14 years or older were)
counted in the labor force in July,
August and September. Of the Us*
tal 4S.906.000 were men and 21,411.
000 were women.
BERLIN, Dec. 15 (UP) The,
Soviets lifted the Iron Curtain en-'
manly.
ine convoy was escorted into
ough today to permit 12 U.S. sol-]East Germany by Col. Emery E.
diers to enter the Soviet zone in a Bellonby, chief of the U. S. liaison
search for American war dea-i mission to the Soviet zone
The soldiers entered the Soviet The Americans will split into
four teams of three men each to
investigate graves reDort"! to cin-
ta in American bodies in the Cott-
bus. Rostock. Potsdam, Magdebu
zo.ie ftom West Berlin in a convoy
1 of five Army sedans and four
trucks "
I The Soviet sentry lifted a red
'and white barrier on Glienlcker'Halle and Chemnitz areas.
bridge at It a.m. and the convoy The almost unprecedented b>
entered without a hitch. viet move came at a time of in-
The armed Soviet sentry saluted creasing tension over the four-
leacn of the American vehi c 1 esl power status of Berlin tuelf
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CURUNDU QUARTERS
Peter Edson
In
WASHINGTON -_ famous "cost-price squeeze" which
has been pinching the farmers
progressively since the 1851 peak,
will continue in IMS and beyond.
-/ I This is the official opinion of the
"it seem, the Christmas .eason is bringing some odd condi- J^me* of^ricuUure; An-
tlons to Curundu. The information thst I hsve is that a two-
bedroom concret cottage will aoon be TScant in Curuncu
Heights, and you know such quarters are scarcer then hen
teeth and wanted by everyone In Curundu.
Well the story goes that the number one man on the hous
ing list, naturally an old-timer, was all set to move in when he
was told he couldn't get the quarters. A new employe with a
I higher grade, OS IS or higher but not on the housing list, has
just come down here and he has decided that he wants the
i
nual Outlook Conference, just con-
cluded in Washington.
Farm prices dropped seven per
cent November, 1954, to Novem-
. I ber, IpSS. In the two previous
years the drop was about five per
cent. Since 1951, net farm income
has dropped n average of a bil-
lion dollars a year.
The experts predict that the sup-

quarters so he is getting them. ply of farm products may increase
From here on the story in conflicting. One version is tnaijDV another 10 per cent over the
the housing list doesn't apply to high grades that they auto- ntxt five ye,rj ^j,is g expected to
matieally get the quarters that they want. I've had a copy ot, depress farm prices further. But
the housing regulation for a long time and there isn t anytnuiz the drop next year may not be
like that in there. So that one can't be true. las great as in the two years past.
Another version is that the General made an exception in it wasn't the function of the Out-
thls case because the employe is here as an Eisenhower a p- look Conference to come up with
pointee. The regulation states that the General reserves the | any remedies. But nearly every-
right to make exceptions, but with an election year coming up; body else has his pet solution,
this sounds like an attempt to reduce the Eisenhower votes ami Even Carmine G. DeSapio, the
Tammany Hall farmer from the
sidewalks of New York, now criti-
cizes the GOP for not having a
good farm program.
Most congressmen are coming
back to Washington with pet farm
bills.
Rep. Phil Weaver (R-Neb) for
instance, proposes the government
subsidize the prices of things farm-
ers buy, so as to bring the parity
get the public mad at the Republicans.
Another version is that the GeflerjU made an exception be-
cause he just plain wanted to. This tould be true but I doubt
that the General would take such despotic action without rea-
son and without considering the reaction of the public.
The last version is that it is the action of a lesser official
playing favorites without the General's knowledge. This sounds
more like it.'
Regardless of why and who, the injustice is still there. If
the housing list means nothing then why have it at all? If a
point system has been figured out and put to use, why disregard -
i for one or the few to come? There's a difference between ;wuJt g 100' p,mjr r,uo
Powerful
absolut responsibility and dictatorship.
Maybe we can't have a real democracy here, and I'm sure M clevcU
a: far as the rest of the Americans are concerned, we can't have _], for
a dictatorship either. The general opinion in Curundu sefms .> payments.
The National Grange has just met
eland and come up with.its
larger soil conservation
b* that things were running along fairly smooth. Fixing up the
i contractor's area and assigning inem to civilians went a long
If way to relieving the shortage of housing. It was also a great
I morale builder but this recent deal has already loweied the
morale, not so much from the point of feeling sorry for the old
ne Washington
Merry-Go-Round
ty PWW PEAWION
i
WASHINGTONThe Pinsident of sold this peace propaganda to their
Uruguay and Seora Batlle Berresown people. Twothey also have
really had the red carpet rolled outsold them the idea that if a war
for them in the nation's capital I starts It will be the fault of the
National Farm Bureau Federa-!
tion meets this month in Chica-
go. It can be counted on to pro-
duce voluminous resolutions.
But for a really massive assault
timer who is affected but because it is an unfair, undemocratic on this issue, top prize mutt go
!!
action, without regard for the majority and also because it raises
the question of what will be the next deal.
If the officials think their action is a good idea, they should
','. get the reactions of the residents of Curundu and then let their
! conscience decide if the action is worth it.
Let the Curundu residents know the truth and the Govern-
Curundu Civie-minaed
nient will get the benefit.
!< SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
*Sir
)* ... Walter WincheU made a alight change in his announcement ----------..., ... . ....
| lately. Instead of the Daily Mirror and Washington Post, it'*i^'l.^Bf-S".lic Tc -J?. in< .,P'.in,?.r *>*
to a 600-page book just put out by
Twentieth Century Fund. Its title
is "Can We Solve the Farm Prob-
lem?"
A brief boil-down of its 250,000
words would seem to be, "No we
can't."
:
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Down To The Sea People
By BOB RUARK
**
ABOARD M.V. AUSTRALIA, At year ago, eyes full of moonbeams i boon they washed each other's
l ; - We will be picking up Aden and seaspray, and she went for backs.
conEressmaW interested in solving T."' *"d thtl Ul P0""0' uniform. She made heavy plansl The bore with all the dirty jokes
the farm m-oblem andII hit him p,ete " dwnfe. All the early to return homeward on the sameihas stopped telling them, because
he'd droo dead W WR.' hAv? K^Tf fitM* wi,h lhe same uniform- nd people just keep on talking in the
The wearch resort does turn ESL* ^"n "Wy-choien'what do you ever-loving know? middle of his unsweet converse.
..'-."""!! 33L?! l_,me.mb. nd "M be starting to The uniform, cad that he is, went We were right about the one girl
and got himself engaged, and, of, we weren't sure about. She isn't
last weekfrom a military escort
to a parade down Pennsylvania
Avenue and various white-tie-and-
tails dinner parties.
They deserved it. For Uruguay
United Sates.
"Anoher thing we Americans
ought to remember," observed the
congressman, "is that the Russians
has been an oasis of democracy in have a great patriotic feeling for
a desert of South American dicta-1 their own country. Perhaps they
tors. Also Uruguay has been a are not so enthusiastic about
stanch friend of the United States
of America.
the Communist form of govern-
ment but I believe if they are
Uruguayans couldn't help but re-1convinced an outside power w'.s
member, howevever, how Secre-'trying to Invade''Mother Russia,
tary Dulles and officials of the Ei- as they call it, they would fight
senhower administration which
wined and dined them, had slap-
ped a countervailing duty pn Uru-
guayan wool just a short time af-
ter Elsenhower took the oath of
office.
Secretary Dulles has made many
speeches bout Pan American co-
operation, one of them stating that'Chrlslmas. He wanted to re-orlen
to the bitter end."
Washingon Pipeline
Inside fact is that Prime Minis
ter Eden wanted to visit Ike
much earler than January" 31,
hoped that he could come before
he would not "take South America
for granted."
However, in contrast to ex-Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson who
refused to permit a tariff hike on
Uruguayan wool, Dulles permitted
countervailing duties for the first
cold-war strategy, but the White
House staff at first proposed Feb-
ruary, then the last day of Janu-
ary .. Eden has to decide soon
whether to go through with earlier
plans for the Khrushchev-Bulganln
visit to London, had hoped to talk
time that any such duties have to Ike first ... Mrs. Eisenhower
been imposed on Latin America, has taken a strange exception to
Sen. Joe O'Mahoney of Wyoming Ike's old wartime buddy; Gen.
had previously pleaded with Ache- Toughy Spaatz, one of the best
son to permit a wool tariff in- wartime commanders. She doesn't
crease in order to protect Wyom-! want him around ... Elsenhower
ing sheepmen. But Acheson said has his own problem with two po-
the good-neighbor policy and the tentiai visitorsFranco of Spain
protection of struggling Uruguay- and Tito of Yugoslaviaboth: dir-
n democracy were more impor-, tators and both anxious to come to
tant. ; the United States. One will be pop-
As a result, Joe O'Mahoney was ular In Catholic centers, the other
defeated for the Senate in 1952,' most unpopular. The State Depart,
staged a comeback in 1954. men doesn't want any embarras-
NoteThe price of Uruguayan sing incidents with either ... Con-
wool has now dropped from around gressman Carroll Reece of Tennes-
$1.50 in December of last year to
$1.05 in December of this year.
American wool has also slumped,
see, a strong taft man, was sig-
nificantly absent from the- recent
GOP powwo in Chicago. So as
but. Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Mon-jWalter Hallnah, the Republican
tana sheepmen are protected by I mogul of West Virginia. Ree'ce has
the Brannan plan on wool under gome secret moves up his;sleeve
which they are paid a subsidy.1... Republican Governor Stratton
of Illinois has decided to sit 1996
Yankee in Russia
out. It isn't his year, he's decided.
COP Labor Row
gaining at the Crossroad of the World. , _r0ir,m.
My son-in-law put in the weekend In search of that tame;on " 'programs
buck his friend raised for him. but he got no buck and only two cu}?arf fedTnclolheo two
oes. Seems the owner of the ranch freed the deer in the whole But ,he Mt rMu,t (odly
'- 000 acres to give the huntres more work and the deer a better lion doU,rj worth of luf
i
I
m ui u. luplusfs and
isnce. With all his guests they could only get four. It Is )ust depressed Urm economy.
too bad if you happen to kill a doe or a buck too young to sup-; ln somewn,t general term, the
rort points. Two years ago a hunter brought ln a seven-polii- exDerU wno mtge ,hil, study come
co* and this sure had the game warden puzzled. Such a thing up wltn itw Dro,d rec0mmen-
selcioms occurs, but it does. I dations.
The turkey crop was good and the market was welratocttd Hurray R. Benedict, professor
for Thanksgiving, but for a change we decided to eat out some of agricultural economics at Uni-
versity of California, was in
charge. His work was then re-
viewed by the Twentieth Century
While in Russia recently, Con-
gressman Wayne Hays (D., Ohio) j
drove to a city called Tula about | it was kept under the surface,
125 miles south of Moscow In a(Dut GOP national committeemen
1955 Chevrolet. Hays and two at- |at last week's Chicago meeting got
taches of the American Embassy conflicting private advice from two
lunched in Tula, and when they got Cabinet officers,
Adta is baslcajly a wetoes pteftl UMople, to an Itiliu^l.'Team I by *witb^iWrVr*t ttat'ibalb,,ii t0 *"*'' ** crowd w": Secretary of Commerce Weeks
of port, unless you like cameras, i Things have been very busy No gossip Ruark milling around it. urged Republcans in private con-
cigarette lighters, typewriters and aboard. There is one young man Well, now, there is one who isL "I wo.nderfd *h,t w" 8ln8 J versations to come out swlnaing at
J.r. otbtr h*rd SO04*8- wh'ch come in-,wnose wife is having a baby, this] getting all ready to meet a hus-!h,pP?n- "w H,V8- Bu. notn" organhed labor in the 1956 election
Kii ,0 that Altbitn volcano-crates minute, back in Germany, and he band she hasn't seen for some!1"* dld; The Pe0P' S?" J""./"ycampagn. But Secretary of Labor
iiM .naidutjr ," *Jld *re sold ior nex.1' awsiting news by letter. The! time, and another one who is being nous ,bo"i
agri-
to nothing. There is an old Arab
saying that anyone who is still
speaking when they come back to
th* ship from Aden ii blessed of
Allah, and will never make an
enemy- Another Arab saying js
that when Allah made the Middle
bout the car. They couldnt', Mitchell, chatting with some of. the*'
place up in the hill country and look over the changing foliage.
The weather Is too hot for Christmas in this part of the
country but a short ways north they are having the most snow
ever known there this early ln the season. Fund's policy committee, headed ,h ..,,,. blonde who' looks'
Thanks to Crede Calhoun for that nice letter giving me all by Jesse W. Tapp. board chair- "^TCe a Dresden iheSrden
the information on his trip up in the mountains of Chiriqui. my mn of Bank of America. tf g >m HJ U)it v_ hasn.(
favorite spot on earth. '' i Some conclusions: caught a fellow, although she has
Hope President Arias gets busy on some roads before he gets "Farmers wiU eventually find ibee; bloody busy ,t *the chore.
I >ut of office. They have the material and a lake of asphalt .necessary to adjust their outputU^ nerv0us type- so eager
e!0M bv and can build black-top road cheaper than they can | to amounts.the market. wiu absorb f romnee it seems always to
at prices they are willing to ac-
cept
lating. She hat tried this, and she The noisy one turns out t be nbth- in Russia of a 1939 model cost
East, especially Aden, he laughed, has tried that, but she is still I ing but noise People still keep "
and then took off for the South of j circulating, and looks older daily, popping out of the bulkhead
France. [We have a small ship's pool on s t r a n g e faces, and
you S9v'
Where were we? Oh. Well, now, the eventual victim. My nomina-1 "where the hay can they have
- tion is but that's not fair. Give been?"
the kid a chance.
Pep Wright

T IH".
c miii*!-.1
As I said, the groups have split
One husband isn't speaking to
baby is born, but he doesn't know, awaited by a wife. This is what|scem 0 believe their eyes and game committeemen, appealed for
it; he will find out in Colombo,1 you call a Mexican standoff, which !Pr,essed up close to feel the finish soft approach,
but by letter. Cables cost more means you lose everything butiwlth th*,r hands. When they asked Weeks wanted to aciuse labor
than a baby's layette. your life. I the price and I told them 8,000 leaders of taking over the D?mo-
The little quiet one has blos-|rubles (.*D0Ut *2,000) a buzz went cartic party, using "violence awl
The grass widow Is'still circu- somed boy has she blossomed' [through th* crowd. A similar ar coercion" to chieye their political
" 'in Russia' of a IMS'model cost gaals. collecting hgf political
$8,000." "slush funds',' to defeat Repubkan
"Why Is it you Americans dont candidates,
come here more often?" one man: Mitchell warned thst this ar>-
asked Hays. "We have not seen pr0ach was too extreme, made it
you and we desire to know more clear President Eisenhower ajrcsd
about you." with hira. #'
Hays replied through an embassy | Later Mitchell proved his point
one wife, but the wife is speaking interpreter that Americans dldn t Dy writing the "toft approach'
message for Ike to deliver over
the telephone t the combined
AFL-CIO meeting in New York.
c
asunder. The people who died that*way, and the husband is[come becauset he Russian govern-
without each other's company in speaking thisaway. Five, romances ment prohibited it. The Russians
Naples and Messina are now la- have horned, and died. [discussed this among themselves
elude her. If she'll just sit still boriously avoiding each other, try- And we are only a week out and finally a spokesman for the
a minute I think *he cn h*ve the
doctor. The young, pretty doctor,
that is.
We have had a tragedy of love.
We ain't out but five days, and at-
"Government accumulation of
; stocks cannot- be continued
very, long." The policy committee
the/efore recommends a lowering
of price support levels.
Now this is interesting, but may-
be not for the reasons the dis-
tinguished panel of economists
thought it was.
The Twentieth Century Fund was
established by the late Edward A.
Filene, Boston merchant and a
leading liberal. The fund's board
of trustee* today 'includes such
liberals as Adolf A. Brle, Francis
Biddle, Bruce Btiven. Ben Cohen,
David Lilienthal. Robert Oppen
heimer and Charle* P. Taft.
When men of this (tripe can lup-
ftOrt a research project which con-
eludes there's something wrong i d,!"n ?, not Jned at the brilliant
..j . > t M IHAP11 11.'Kn A An iHai ii K al b
ing to find plce to h*ve cup from Italy. Man, when we hit crowd said:
of coffee or a beer without that
awful old Such-and-Such that
turned out such a crashing bore.
A rueful expression, indicative of down to the sea in ships,
ready we got a tragedy. One -of the early love, forever lost, crosses Except me. I'm the kid in the
girls came out from Australia a [the faces of companions once *o corner, who eat* alone.
Colombo! You won't believe it.i "Well, it i* good you come now,''
and neither will I, but that is the and let the matter drop.
way of men and women who go
Last spring, when Kefauver was
about to make his biggest Dlxon-
understnd i Yates disclosures, Sen. H r 1 e y
what he said he eventually went Kilgore of West Virginia got ln-
away, but not before quite a crowd j structons from Sen. Lyndon John-
had collected," recalled Mays. SOn. the Democratic leader, not to
"The reason for the crowd was let Kefauver run with the Dixon-
that in Russia almost any argu- Yates ball. Kilgore, chairman of
ment immediately becomes a pub- the Judiciary Committee, then
lie matter. People gather from all wrote Kefauver a letter requiring
MAN PLAYING TYPEWRITER mas Night In New Orleans" ....one'll look good. It's planting, you around nd tke sides. him to hold his subcommittee bear-
Add tear-jerkers. The ditty tagged, know'' (Thanks-ever-so). .1 "The attitude of the verage Rat- Inn down to two day.
Movie exec Dore Schary'a quote: [ "I Never Harmed An O n i o n"| "Fanny" is the most profitable slan I met ranged from Dure cu-| Kefauver finally got around this
"The films are still a mass me- (So Why Should It Make Me Cry?) show. Nets over 130,000 a week ... I riosity to mild, but restrained, restriction, went ahead with a long-
Alum inri nrI aim*4 at that hrilliant FdHl# inri ilfhhl rarrv tiln Inan OiwAf/l** ve,trAlnfAn*fn fiK /.:... ,ii:____ m-._!.. .....
Walter Winchell In New YorK
Democratic Jealousy
It's an ironic twist of fate that
Sen. Estes Kefauver, who has
ounched more holes ln Dixon-
Yates than any other man, had to
do it at first over the opposition
The Ohio congressman encoun-
tered hostility only once in Rus-
siawhen a bystander objected to 0f fellow Democratic leader*.
Hays taking a picture in Red
Square.
"Since I couldn't
with high, rigid prie
"Hello, Mom! What was it you wanted from the store?"
DIAMOND RINGS
-

(Ricordc
Eddie and Debbie carry two Joan Crawford' revolutionary ob-!fri>ndliness.~ely~ everyone" wwlir and s^MttayJ toweltiatVltl
supports minority" ... who decides wheth-1 record play"
-T rven 'if,'mev^t*ke""o' pages to:er the brilliant minority is a bril- She favors
say it niaybe that's progress. |li,Bt minority? The brilliant mi- Jaye P. Morgan ... Abner Silver's most actors do not marry colum-! peace? furs meant two things to
__________ Inority? ... Reader'* Digest must latest i "Cant Stop. It will he msts for loveju*t for their write- mf
have a passion for the line. "Her another click for Lillian Briggs,: ups ... Surprisingly, Philly re-1 "One that the Russians have
who belts out a lilt. .. Harry Bela- viewers voted 2-1 against the
fonte's pappy is a chef at the,Lunts' new play, "The Great Se-
Southern Restaurant at 17th and bastians." Broadway experts,
4th Ave. ... Dilys Lay. 21, who however, say it is one of the best!
was so expert in "The Boy Anita Ekberg'* oibel: "Frnk
Friend" show, has a recording Sinatra is the sweetest, kindest
sleeper "I'm Just A Little Girl" and most considerate gentleman in
the world. AI*o, the brightest. But|
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Who decides wheth-| record players when they travel, servation: "Columnists can be ac-! talked to for any length of time! But last week.. Kefauver was pe
friends" ... Mebbeso. But emphasized how much he desired mitted to hold Dixon-Yate hear-
ings onlv one day, was given no
investigators, no staff, no *sist-
hat* alw.y, look a. if they made *"" B "rrying on ^ Pr0b*-
* forced landing on her head" ...
The 4th time we read it under
Picturesque Speech section ...
Neat sireup (in a Paris gazette) of
Dr. Kinsey's books: "He knows
how to say such complicated things
of very simple subjects" .. Pour (But Wtch Me Grow On You]
leading comedians (who make to1
Hudson is the label
many millions happier) are under-; first commercial platter
nnin.f , lilai^- l...tu.t k. t r o i n m ? in 1 rA.Hinfl- "T
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fascinating reading: "The Greer
he is no Romeo '
Gr*ce Kelly' theory about pub-!
Ce' (a new true life thriller) by|licity: "I think it's nobody's busi-l
Presiding Justice Peck of the Ap- ness what I wear to bed. A person
peate Divison ... Godrey's final has to keep something to herself,[
article (his gth) in the SEP,or your life is jut a layout in
(Dec. 20lh) may start a Cong, magazine" ... Her Grace means'
probe. Ithat talent is the best pufflicity
, ,.u _ How old is H. Bogart? Well,
Telegram from Liberace: "Dear he'* made 73 movie . Glori*
going psychiatric treatment
cause they're soooo unhappy ,.,
"Dementia" (banned for 2 years
because of its exy psycohogical
theme) debuts at the 55th Street
Playhouse on the 22nd. Take the
kids. (The ones you want to get
rid of) ... Excerpt from the schol-
arly poetry in the alleged song:
"Ooh, Bang" ... "My guy' got'Mr. Winchell: I w*nt to tell you Vanderbilf explanation on w h y
so much ooh-bang, jiggly-j a n g, why I made the picutre 'Sincerely she wants to be an actress: "Why
clang-clang" ... Eeeeeeeek! Yours. It was my hope that I not? Hasn't my whole life been
---------- I would bring about a closer realiza- one long drama?" ... Piper Lau-'
MI Hear You Knockia'" is a jook- tion of my lifelong ambition to;He, who expects the impossible
box pet, but it sound like unnec- make thi* world a little happier informed an interviewer: "I want
essary aerze over at these ears and better through my humble a man te be honest Even to telling
... At no extra charge we give though sincere efforts. This is the the truth about my hat" (That's
you this astounding new from a philosophy that rule my life a hat?) ... Ethel Barry more is an
movie mag: -Anita Ekberg has 8 and its underlined principles is the avid newspaper reder Subscribes
brother and iter" ... Talk very theme which I brought to the to the mjor N.Y. nd London dai
bout gallant guys: In the "Tall attention of Warner Brothers and ue, ... dd show-oafs: Brooks
Men" flicker Gable removes his around which the screen play was Atkinson'*: .. Hold their own
hirt and permit Jane Russell to written in conjunction with ex- ln ,ome t*tteraemlion bllets."
wirm her frigid tootsies on his cerpts of former script ("The He mens rg*muffin) Objec
bare vertebrae. (Brrr). .Per- Man Who Played God') which tive reporting: A book'composed
ry Cornos platter of "All At Once George Arliss did several years by Life's editorial staff was hailed
(from "Pipe Dream") i* being before. I till have every confi- by i*ter Time man's bookcritic
played so wait a monWnt . Look|dence that eventually the world (Butter-upper!) . Have you aeen
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woman who keeps your mother lationshsp between an individual
from pinking you" .. "The Rose and hi* lellowmen and their com
Tattoo i* a nice, schmaltzy-wall bined faith in God. If 'Sincerely
zy long ... Warning to John, Your*' can help achieve this in
"Duke" Wayne: Brando's n e x t real life my prayers for the *uc-
will be a Western. .On Broad- cett of this new venture in my
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* Communists Losing Ground
In Ceylon's Language Riff
COLOMBO (UP) Ceylon's if only Sinhalese.were designated,
>
Communists made one of their big-
gest mistakes when they dared to
battle publicly with this island na
tion's influential Buddhist monks.
The major tactical blunder cost
the Reds the support of the monks
and discredited them in the eyes
of the people.
The issue that broke the some-
times close relationship of the
monks and the Communists was
the question of Ceylon's state lan-
guage.
The government of Sir John Ko-
telawala, supported by the Com-
munists and left-wing elements,
wants both Sinhalese' and Tamil
named state languages on an equal
basis. But Buddhist monks, who
wield tremendous influence in neu-
tralist Ceylon, demand that Sin-
halese alone be designated the of-
ficial language.
They point out that of a popula-
tion of more than 8,000,000, there
are 5,621,300 Sinhalese and only
908,700 Tamils.
Riot Results
The problem came to a violent
head recently when Buddhist monks
and pro-Sinhalese broke up a meet-
ing in Colombo town hall which
was called by tie Communists and
leftists to pass a resolition de-
manding that Tamil also be made
a state language.
Several monks were assaulted.
As a result, the infuriated mob
went on a destructive rampage and
left behind a trail of smashed
shops, most of them belonging to
Tamils.
The monks, many of whom pre-
viously supported the Reds, active-
ly turned against the Communists.
Only heavy police guards and a
hard rain prevented anti-Tamil
crowds, angered by the attacks on
the monks, from violence when the
language issue was debated in the
House of Representatives. No de-
cision was taken at the session.
At a meeting of Buddhist monks
held at the Colombo Young Men s
Buddhist Association hall, one of
the speakers demanded that the
people unite to drive Communism
from Ceylon to safeguard Ceylon s
religion and language.
the Tamil-speaking area of the
north would secede from Ceylon
and join South India, also a Tamil-
speaking area. The Tamils would
ask the United States for aid, and
the United States would establish
air bases in northern Ceylon, thus
endangering peace in southeast-
ern Asia.
Most of the people are not im-
pressed by this argument, and they
don't like to see their monks
pushed around.
Portraits Acquainf
Nan With Parents
MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP)
Luray Boyd 75, who never knew,
his father and scarcely remembers
his mother, is becoming acquaint-
ed with them thanks to two per-
fectly preserved portraits of his
parents he didn't know exised.,
Boy's father died when he was
year old and his mother died
when he was five. Recently, a cou-
ain, Helenjean Meinhardi, found
th two charcoal portraits of
B. 1's parents.
Miss Meinhardi hung the por-
traits in her department store and
called Boyd, a retired mailman, to
tell him she had something for
him.
Although Boyd didn't know the
pictures existed and badnt' seen
his mother in more than 70 years,
he knew instantly who the persons
in the portraits were.
"That's my mother and father,"
Boyd exclaimde when he saw the
portraits of a pretty young woman
and a handsome mustached man.
FRIGHTENINGNorman Masters attempts to amuse his two-
month-old son, John Mark, but the youngster, like football op-
ponents, appears scared to death of Michigan Sutes All-America
tackle who is headed for the Rose Bowl.
Bank Starts Plan
{"Pay-As-You-Go"
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Communist Argument
"There are a few monks who are
still with the Marxist leaders work-
ing against our language, said an-
other speaker. "I would not hesi-
tate to join anyone who will come
forward to disrobe them
Premier Kotelawala still main
tains that there should be two state
languages, but he points out that
the decision should be made by
the United National Party, the nil-
ins group. ..
One of the main Communist ar-
guments for two languages is this:
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"Modern architecture is all wet,"
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For instance, some of the gleam-
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Architecture has gone from one
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The old fashioned bulling can
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cornice and "almost pulled it
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According to Paschen, we're
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"These modern buildings just
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One outstanding exception, he
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Paschen believes architects have
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This week we continue the dis-
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tracts with a few hands that fea-
ture ruffing tricks. Ruffing is, of
course, just another word for
trumping) but you usually think
of benefiting by a ruff, whereas
you might lose by trumping. A
rather fine distinction, but not as
important as the plays them-
selves.
Today's hand shows the ruffing
trick in ene of its simplest forms.
South must sooner or later ruff a
diamond in the dummy in order to
avoid losing a diamond trick. Ev-
erything depends on whether he
does it sooner .or later.
West opens the four of diamonds,
and South lets it ride around to
the queen in his own hand, thus
discovering that the suit breaks no,
worse than 4-1. At worst, therefore.
South will have to ruff one dia-
mond in the dummy.
This ruffing trick will use up one
of dummy's four trumps. Dummy's
other three trumps are not needed
for any purpose at all. Nothing is
lost, therefore, if South draws three
rounds of trumps before doing any-
thing about the diamonds. Hence
South should proceed with the three
rounds of trumps immediately in
order to extract all of East's
trumps.
Only then Is it safe for South
to cash the top diamonds and ruff
a diamond in the dummy with
North's last trump. When this has
been done. South makes three fur-
ther tricks with his two remaining
trumps and the last diamond, ful-
filling his game contract.
South would lose his contract if
he fiddled about with the diamonds
before he had drawn three rounds
of trumps. Eaat would gladly ruff
a diamond if given the chance to
do so, and then the defenders could
set the contract with two spades
and a club
Thi; limpie principle can be ap-
plied in many hands: Draw as
many trumps as you can afford to
before you go after ruffing tricks.
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/" THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1955
Business Tycoon Promotes
Art Among Natives In Africa
SIDE GLANCES
By Calbraith
LEOPOLDV1LLE -(UP) If the
natives of the Congo ever evolve
their own original art forms, which
seems likely, part of the credit
will go to an American millonairc
whose business schedule must cer-
tainly be one of the strangest in.
the industrial world. ,
On a dusty side-street of this
Belgian Congo metropolis I found
Maurice Alhadeff conducting thei
r'any enterprises that have made
hjm one of the richest men in West
Africa, with investment interests
[tending all the way to depart-
ment stores in San Francisco.
I've seen a lot of business offices,
but never one like this. For one'
thing the rickety front door was
locked. 1 went around to the back
yjird and found va small army of
natives slatting in a long line, |
each with a piece of sculpture or,
painting or a baked clay pot be-
' fare him.
The line forms in the morning
and lasts most of the day. Inside i
a, small office, made even smaller
by stacks of paintings which spilled
iflto an adjoining room, and iri-
iwmerable sculptures, stood Al-
hsdeffhe works standing upa
tack of banknotes on his desk.
..He had been on the phone con-
tracting a business deal in French.
at>w he replaced the receiver, mo-
ned me to a chair and sum-
moned the fiwt native from out-
ride the door. He was a cripple
with shrivelled legs who dragged
himself in on hand blocks.
T^This is Manolo, a Bantu, said
Alhadeff. "He is the finest sculptor
the Congo."
,,Manolo had brought along one of;
Mis pupils, a 14-year-old native;
Mpy, Marcelle, to introduce him to(
Jthc patron." The boy held a strik-.
>a, wooden mask in his hands.
l^'You do good work," said Alha-
deff handing Manolo some bank-
Sntes from the pile on the desk
e dug into a bookcase and pulled
it a volume on the Greek sculptor I
fir iteles.
jj' is was the greatest sculptor
who ever lived." he told the boy,
"study his work, but do not try to
copy it."
Manolo and the boy left, and
Alhadeff summoned a couple of
aides to discuss a phase of his
soft-drink operation here (he also
pioneered air-conditioning for the
tropics and has so many other
American agencies he says he has
trouble remembering them all).
The business settled he called in a
native painter.
"Not very good," he told the art-
ist, "you imitate too much."
Alhadeff is 59, grey, shrewd, of
medium-height and stocky. An im-
migrant from the island of Rhodes,
as a boy of 16, he worked in the
mines of Katanga in 1912. He next
became a trader and had one over
whelming ambition to obtain Amer-
ican citizenship. As soon as he
was able, he established residence
in New York City and was natu-
ralized.
The Congo was booming and
Alhadeff went up with it He got
into building materials, plastics,
drugs, automobile tires, textiles.
His interests spread to Britain and
the United States, and friends
reckon his fortune in eight figures.
But he found out that the process
of making money, once you have a
reasonable amount, has to be
spiced with some outside hobby.
So he found his release in art.
"People used to say nice things
about native art," said Alhadeff,
"but the praise was simply surprise
that a native had managed to
make anything at all. I want the
Congo artists to develop" their own
styles out of their ancient ways of
expression. My early, trouble was
that they were carvers not paint-
ers. But I gat them American
paints and brushes, and I have
found at least one exceptional art-
ist. Koyongonda."
The paintings and sculptures are
not for sale; he win keep some and
give away the rest. ^^^^
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE PTTO
Ancient Artifacts
Found In
unois
BUNCOMBE, IIX. (UP)
Indian artifacts dating back to
2,000 B.C. have been found by a
Southern Illinois University mu-
seum field group in the Cache
River valley about four miles west
of this southern Illinois community.
Howard Winters, university mu-
seum researcher in charge of nine
students who worked at the site,
said the artifacts were made chief-
ly of flint. He said the students
also uncovered a shallow Indian
burial plot.
Winters said the materials, found
in a cornfield at the confluence of
Lick Creek and the Cache River,
belong primarily to the late
Archaic period of about 2,000 B.C.,
and to the succeeding woodland
culture.
MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE on Banking and.Currency now on an official trip to
the Canal Zone paid a call at the office of Governor Seybc-ld at Balboa Heights soon after their
arrival Shown above in the Governor's office in the front row, left to right, are: Rep. Thom-
as L Ashley, Rep. Ralph A. Gamble, Seybold, acting chairman of the committee Rep. Hugh J.
/ Addonlzio, and Rep. William A. Barrett. Standing In the back are John E. Barriere and Robert
R. Poston, staff members of the committee.______________________________________......
Overwork, Malnutrition Seen
Plaguing Educational System
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) -
Experts called for consultation in
a diagnostic clinic on .the problems
of American education have identi-
fied the malady, basically, as over-
work and undernourishment.
Some hinted that complications
In the form of inefficiency and ob-
tructed vision have arisen.
Educators, school trustees, and
outside experts participating in a
symposium sponsored by the Na-
tional School Boards Association
delineated the problems, the tasks,
and the probable future of our
schools.
Here, simplified, are their find-
Education today faces a job
unparalleled In the history of the
human race. Within a single gener-
ation, the mass of knowledge held
by mankind has doubled; because
o much information is available,
it is now impossible for an individ-
ual actually to attain what used to
be known as a "general edu-
cation," a smattering of knowledge
la all fields.
pace to Increase
Technological and scientific ad-
vancements have brought sharply
Increased need for highly skilled
workers, hence for higher educa-
tion of much larger numbers of
people. Virtually every profes-
sional field is crying for more
trained workers.
This trend is expected to con-
tinue, at an even greater pace,
through the foreseeable future.
The same advancements, along
with other causes, have brought
population shifts resulting in criti-
cal shortages of school facilities in
areas where the number of resi-
dents is mushrooming.
Concurrently there has been a
gradual redistribution of wealth
which has changed the educational
needs of vast numbers of citizens.
The plumber, the butcher, the cab-
inet maker now finds he needs a
basic knowledge of economics, for
Instance. His father didn't. Even
grade and high school courses
hould be reorganized and expand-
ed in many cases.
New Vision Needed
That is only a brief summary of
the,workload faced by our schools.
Financial malnutrition plagued
school systems in most of the areas
represented at the session at Kan-
sas City, attended by school offi-
cials of all 48 states. Millions are
needed for new buildings and
equipment, to hire additional
teachers, and for urgently needed
expansion. Bond issues, special tax
levies, and every other means of
raising revenue were studied at
the three-day conference.
Also undernourished is the na-
tion's supply of teachers. Not
enough young people are entering
teaching careers, the experts said,
and of those who enter many soon
leave for higher-paid fields.
Happy Homes Make
For Earlier Dating
BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) -
If little Mary starts dating before
you think she's ready, don't get
angryshe's just reflecting a hap-
py home life.
After studying the relationship
between a child's environment and
his inclination toward the opposite
sex, Dr. Judson T. Landis. Univer-
sity of California sociologist, said ,
that a voungster from a pleasant
home will start dating earlier,
have more dates and will be gen-
erally more successful in boy-girl
relations.
The doctor also said there is a
distinct association between a
youth'* dating habits and th^
marital happiness of his parents
"The child of a successful mar-
riage." he explained, "lives wiih
a man and woman who have
developed good feelings toward the
opposite aex. The child accepts
what he lives with, and therefore
has an advantage in establishing
the same type of relationship with
the opposite sex."
An industrial engineering expert
and several educators hinted of in-
efficiency and lack of vision. The
engineer suggested adaptation of
industry-proved methods of saving
time, money, and building space.
He suggested, for instance, the hir-
ing of teacher aids to perform rou-
tine tasks under the guidance of
"master teachers." School build-
ings could be used the year around
by rotating classes on a four-
quarter basis and school hours
might be lengthened, he said.
One of the nation's top educators
said thinking frequently has been
stultified by lack of imagination.
"Our vision," he said, "is too
often obscured by our slavery to
methods of the past." He called
for a "fresh approach."
We are pleased to announce that we have
been appointed SERVEL REFRIGERATOR
DISTRIBUTOR for Electric Compressor
Refrigerators and Air-conditioners.
We are now equipped for Service
as well as Sales
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certainly not from drivers. Lo-
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upside-down detour sign and
ctraight-up arrow puzzled many
motorist The traffic com-
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tour marker, but the directions
to the Mystic River Bridge may
still mystify the literal-minded
driver.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1955

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LIBRERA PRECIADO
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Agencias Internal, da Publicaciones
No I Lattery Plan
CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. U
LOURDES PHARMACY
1H La C.rrMouilli
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Ne 3S "' Street
MORRISON
tk ef Julj Ave A J St.

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LEWIS SERVICE
Ave. Tlvoll No 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
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FARMACIA LUX
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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J f ee U Otee. Ave. Ne 41
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobiles
CANAL ZONE POLYCUN1C
DENTAL MEDICAL
Dr. t Pibrega Dr. B. AefjaJr.
D.I>S. iteertetewa Unlveraltj) HJ.
TtvaU (41* et Jalj) Ave., Ne. 11A
(oppovir Aneen School Playfrounill
Tel. 2-2*11 Panasni

RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
FOR SALE:I Necchi portable
awinf machine. Mafic Wheel.
feat ana* knee aerial. 25-cvcle,
never uitd $300. 108-6, Gam-
baa.
FOR SAL:Electric train-track
an 4-ft.a9-rt.x'/4-inch mahog-
any plywood, two iwitchei, an-
coupler, it it ion. etc. Approxim-
ately $140 new; uied one eea-
tan. Price $70. 0121 Plank St.,
altea. Phone 2-35J9.
FOR SALE: Refriaerafer. 60-
"rde, iji ttave. 4-burner; liv-
ine ream, bedroom furniture.
46th Street af 19. apartment 6.
FOR SALE:15! Plmeutk 4-
etoor, encellen! condition, new
paint, undercoated, radio. Call
lankemhlp, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
all thit weak at Bilbo 3376 ar
Nary 3154. R5-D Reniieau,
anytime.
FOR SALE:Chrietmat Spacial!
1952 Cadillac Convertible, hy-
dramatic, pewer ttearinf. new
nylon top. Will accept trade-in.
Phone 3-1611. house 1576
Marfarita.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCN, C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
RESORTS
FOSTERS COTTAGES. One mila
paif Calina. Law rote*. Phono
Balboa 1166.
$50 REWARD for identity ef
driver who ran over and killed a
dof on Amador Road, about
10:20 p.m. Saturday, December
10. 1955. I. G. Hay. house 0932
Amador Road, Balboa, Canal
Zone.
FOR SALE: Two metal bad-
room chiHonieri. Call after 4:30
p.m., houte 2468. Morgan Ave.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
w
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S.A.
Pocken Shippan Mevers
Phonei 2-2451 2-2562
Learn RuJinfl at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinp 6- Jumping cianea daily
J to 5 p.m. Phana 3-0279
or by appointment.
FOR SALE: Leavin Isthmus:
Refriferator, automatic waihine
machine (practically new, din-
ing roam sat. Phone 3-1640.
WANTED:Man', bicycle, .mall
radio. Call Panama 2-5474, 9
ta 5.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:'53 Hillman $700;
mahogany dining room $75; liv-
ing room $30. Call 3-3677 Pan-
ama.
FOR SALE:Aquariumi, stand,
plants, fish. House 1532-B Cal-
abash Street, Bilboa. Phone Bal.
1669.
HARNETT & DUNN
FOR SALE:Bargain! Twa fine
Persian rue. <"*l" and 3"x5".
Call 3-1043.
FOR SALE:H.O. trains, rolla-
way bed. dinette et. portable
typewriter and casa. Heaver va-
cuum sweeper and attachments.
Phone 83-4137.
H.U.LKOOM DANCE STUDIO
* CHARM SCHOOL. SUITE 111
BaH-oa 2-423* or Panam 3-1(44
Egypt, Syria Warn
' *"-'' **' ""' i-awv BJJ' m _ sbbbbj tala at
El Panam Hotei|i UM THCy II Attack
iir Defense System ,srael 0n 2 Fron,s
io Remain On Alert
Hungarians Escape
In Homemade Tank
GRAZ," Austria, Dec. 15 (UP)'
Four Hungarian workers raced
past border guards in a .home-
made tank and swam across thei
Pinka River to Austria and free-!
Idom. it has been disclosed.
j The workers, who had planned!
their escape for months, convert-
led an old truck into a tank bvi
] arming it with steel plates and
; rifles.
FOR SALE:Fancy gold fishes,
pool site minnows; budgies I pa-
rakeets I all colors; singing can-
arias; tropical fishes; pet sup-
plies. ACUARIO TROPICAL PET
SHOP. 49 Via Espaa. Phone 3-
5411.
FOR SALE:1954 Hillman Con-
vertible $1000. Phone 3-6468,
82-2197. 8-mm. camera, pre-
lector $125.
Tuesday night, they drove to a
spot near the border, and then
sped through the ranks of sur
prised border guards.
Just before they reached t h e
ramo n it ,im, t border, a land mine exploded un-
il9fta.iHim?sr Pnn>eder.the truck. One wheel was
ni,.?!, vi Abdel N*fer an- destroyed and the truck was put
nouneed Egypt was informing tne out of commission. P I
United Nations today that Jvgypt
fwn E. ?,"' a,Utk ,lsr?' ."" The four leaped out of the veJ
two ironts if, there is -any lurth-hicle while Hungarian guards o- _
pened fire. They jumped into the
Air' ,., ..a ,k p Pmka. near Pinkafeld. and swam
the Egyptian gov- across under heavy machinegun
FOR SALE: Auto Rolleiflox
f3.5 Testar complete with len-
shade; 35-mm. Ralleikea adapt-
ar, ReHerflesh. ETerything new
condition $145. Call 87-4239
after 1800 or 87-7251 during
duty hours.
FNILLIP5 Occoaside Cottage*.
Santo Clara. Bat 435, Balboa.
Phone Panamo 3-1877. Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
Shrapnel's furnished houses an
beech at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson. Balboa 1772.
WANTED
Apartments
WORKING COUPLE desire Vaca-
tion quarters end February Ref-
erences furnished. Balboa 2-
2580.
WANTED: Quiet furnished
apartment between December 17
and 30 by responsible American.
Call C. F. Sibler at 83-2252
during office hours.
WANTED: Reliable working
couple desire vacation quarter.
Jan. I. References furnished.
Balboa 2-1003 or Amador 2110.
WANTED: Vacatian quarters,
starting Jan. 1st by working cou-
ple. References available. Phone
Balboa 2-3056.
I,
JOver Holiday Season
{colorado springs. Colo; De.er lsraeu ""
be. d'Pl The Continental
aEbefene Command will remain in .
5a state of readiness, during lhe'^' "* d"^'Vr/c.n.
^Christmas season because of tht f?."1 fu%J2tX2 it2T
-threat from" "those' to v/hom'"nt"* .Hmtmr*kJ'a oday
?Christmas has no meaning." KftLEuifi^ ? k hef v8
Gen. Earle E. Partridge. CON-fi*1' l&STL wo,ul" b2 me* b>'
IAD commander, said ^sterdv 11^ ",lf"2 0/U ** Wl*'
fthat leaves, and passes would VS)rUn *rmea 'orces.' |
i granted to air defense personnel; ..._ .. ... ..
"as long as sufficient members re- ...Nasser. **. ,""" ,he Arabs
main to keep all units in opera- ,.have a''eid> fully demonstrate,]
Stionsl readiness." itheir Peicefiil MtentioBB by their
Since our freedom and demo- non-violent attitude,
cracy continue to. be threatened'
by: those to whom Christmas has: ; But th situation, he said
o meaning, we are maintaining cannot continue. It would mean
'* state of readiness during- the | peacefulness on one side and ag-
Hohdav season." he said. gression, on the other."
I Air Defense radar units and 'civ-
ani members of the ground oh-'
yerver corps will continue to scan,
pte Skies constantly and jet fight-1
r interceptor pilots will be on the
vert for interceptions throughout
| the holiday season. Partridge siid.
"Although Christmas is the time
when all Christians should exem-
plify a spirit of love, tolerance, and
understanding," he added, "we
must listen for the harsher sounds
of the world we live in. We can-
not assume that any potential en-
emy will be observing Christmas
Band' New Year's Day."
FOR SALE: One electric fan.
large metal desk < mahogany co-
lor), and wash basin for beauty
parlor. Apply personally to Ave.
Cuba No. 38-29. next ta "Co-
misariate Den Batee."
FOR SALE:A.K.C. Boxer pup-
pies, male and female. Phone
Balboa 2-1338.
fire
FOR SALE: Belgian canaries,
red. pink, white, silver-beige.
Good songsters. Phone 3-2319.
Via Esaafla Ne. 20-34.
Bi-Partisan Presidential Co mm is ion
Launches Study Of Loyalty Program
Mystery Man John
Asked About Arrest
Before He Returned
WASHINGTON. Dee. 15 (UP) ed by the President/four bv Nixon
A bipartisan presidential commls-land four by Speaker Sam Ray-
sion launched a full-scale study of; burn,
the government's loyalty-security
program today by electing a sel"f| The election of both Wright and
tyled "Jeffersonian Republican" asiStennls at the commission's first i ship should the Socialists
organizational meeting wa* unan-: the next general elections.
Staunch 11 S.-Friendr
Hugh Gaitskell, Gains
Laborile Leadership
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP>-Right-
winger Hugh Gaitskell, a staunch
friend of the United States, has
! won the leadership of the British
Labor Party and a chance to bi-
corne the next prime minister of
Great Britain.
Gaitskell yesterday easily de-
feated American baiting left-wing-
| er Aneurin Bevan and moderate
Herbert Morrison on,the first
] ballot by Laborite members of
Parliament. He received 157 of
'267 votes cast.
i
Bevan showed surprising
strength with 70 votes. The aging
Morrison received 40 in the three-!
way race for the post vacated by
Clement R. Attlee.
The 49-year-old Gaitskell, anj
economist and a member of Par-:
liament and a member of Par-;
himself in line for the premier-j
w in:
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Beautiful furnish-
ed bedroom with porch, hat wa-
tte and kitchen, far married cou-
ple without children. Meals avail-
able. Apply personally: Avenida
Cuba Ne. 38-29, next ta "Co-
misariato Den Botce."
FOR RENT: One small fur-
nished bedroom with bath, for
ingle person. Apply personally
to Ave. Cuba No. 38-29. next
te "Comisariato Don Besco."
LOST & FOUND
L0ST: One gray kitten with
lema back lag, near Third and
Central, answers ta Johnny, Rr
ward offered. Call Calen 4
bring 2023 Central.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT
Houses
ATTENTION O. I.f Just built
madam furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedroom., bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:Modern two-bed-
room apartment, perch, living-
dining room, kitchen, maid's and
laundry reom. Screened, hot wa-
ter. For further information, tel-
ephone 3-4946 ar 3-6737.
FOR RENT:2-bedreem chalet.
Inquire: Guillermo O. Oliver,
facing "El Carman" Church (Pe-
aadena).______
Wanted to Buy
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, I bedroom, $65. 43rd St.
Ne. 1-91, Ralla Vista.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced radio
mechanics. Apply personally:
Panama Radio Corporation, Cen-
tral Avenue No. 9-13.
WANTED TO BUT: Smaath
tiras, suitable far rrcomtructien.
Recenstructora Nacional, Aveni-
da Peru 7. Phone 2-0406.
WANTED:Kerosene refrigera-
tor, eight ar nina feat high. Call
during office hours: Panama 2-
2964.
PERSONALS
WANTED: Ta cemmunicate
with Dr. A. Smith, Osteepath.
Call 3-2804, Canal Zona.
(D-Pa.) and member
Congressional
u t a nr : u4 t t imVs-.-Stennls co-sponsored the
He is Loyd Wright, Los Angeles resolution setting up the group
attorney and former president ofi
the American Bar Assn., who was
Bevan and Morrison lost as pre-
dicted but Bevan, a fiery Welsh-
man who is Gaitskell's enemy,,1
Wright said the'commission in-po"ed more votes than expected.'
ft (
Eden Confined
To His boom
Pith Temperature
named to the 12-man commission tends to establish operating pro-'His tally of 70 boded trouble for,
by.Vice President Richard M. Nl-,cedures 'that will give everybody the party already seamed by fac-;
xon- I chance to be heard." But he said' tional disputes.
; \ 't is too early to say when, whereI Morrison, 58, a former foreign
Wright told reporters the com- or how hearings will be conducted.' secretary and personally popular,'
missions assignment is to see to; never Was conceded a chance be-:
BONN, Germanv Dec 15 l*il" ,hat ,hf 'oyalty-security prog-j Congress provided $80,000 for I cause of his age. Youth-conscious1
- Mystery double' turncoat Oitolr,m P*r*!s Jn wv ,tn,t w'1'he work of the commission. It has! Laborites argued that the party;
John made discreet inauineslpr?te^ bth,the ""* of,,h ind'- stibpena powers and may demand' needed young Wood,
whether he would be arrested and v *nd he Mcurtty of the na" government files which will not Gaitskell is the man to give it
about his would be arrested and !end."?*!r tne nation's intelligence|to them. He looks younger that
SlffifttSkWS Snb11 'S9, d'f usfeV"BtSmTSSrSf 'thTOna? zXeHafre"
with T-33 pilot Lt. Col. Frank B. Rinn, director of plans and programs, deputy chief of staff
or operations. Caribbean Air Command, and Maj. John VV. Blakeilee, director of military de-
fense assistance program supply. Caribbean Air Command. Blakeslee served as escort officer
for the vW tag Congressmen Ashley's Jet flight took place yesterday during thtSJw
week^uHi f^C^&^rl^ "g D f^ M** T^H^F^
in industry before skipping back',
to the West,
ported today.
to the West, informed'sources n> % ,*M.Ht*B*tw **>* "n.?.5.H" |iD*1 Prosecutions
activities or interfere with crim

"LONDON. Dec. 15 (l.:P> Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden is still
confined to his room with a tern-
perture, lt was announced today.
Eden contracted a chill yester
The 46-year-old former chief of
< hancellor Konrad Adenauer's in-
telligence service fled back to the
West Monday only 17 months aft-
Easd-eBerl"ng *" COmmU,,t ln' Sen. John C. Stennis (D-MIss V
who was named vice chairman.
ih- ._.:_j i j said the group will conduct "
J*?S&L&2L2>*f*\**' nd not an investigation.'
day and was ordered to remain in wrHapfhirplne iourth ',r'8ht day He pled d , ,t will |tMr cleiI
his room at 10 Downing Street a"d n .B" government main- of po,i(i^
4 He missed yesterday s cabinet ses-, f,"1"1 .bl,nk wl" f "'n" f-
ion. : rii?,D h ^ ti"*-, h.'V' SSh ' ni was set up by Congress
An announcement from 10 Down- ""'"8 h'm. This was expected to, llgt Mr t0 make thorough
lng Street todav said: .be completed In the next day or, investigation of the operation of
"The Prime Minister is still con- opossibly by tomorrow. !the loyalty-security system for
Bbaed to his room with a tempera government emploves and recora-
ture.'' ,However> informed sources dis- mend needed changes to President
a"-Eden, 58. has apparentlv enjov- C10!,M that even before his re- Eisenhower by Dec. 31. 1958.
ed good health since major opera-.turn .t0,,he We8t John had con-
tions in 1953 corrected a bile duct lac.'.ed Western agents and friends Four of the group were appoint-
viction" that the present system,
the target of sharp Democr at,l c| Commission members include
fire, does not meet that objecive. Dr. Susan Riley, professor of edu-
But he said the commission is cation at George Peabody College,
'under a mandate of Congress to1 Nashville, Tenn.
take a look.'' I---------------------------------------------------
his years, is possessed of a razor-
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Ail but eight of the 275 Socialist-
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burning brush, and 10,000.000 acres
of forests burn each year.
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THE MARQUEE
BY DICK KLEINER
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A Few Fast Fact*! Red Button,
back from a highly successful Las
Vegas stint, says he's "flooded"
with offers. He's considering doing
the Jackie Ceoptr part when Holly-1
wood turns "King of Hearts" into'
a movie . One of the many
callers to NBC to congratulate the
network on its performance of
"Madam Butterfly" was Arturo
Toscanlni'. . "This is Show Busi-
ness" is coming back to TV, as
an afternoon CBS show. Mike
Stokey may be moderator, with
Jean Kerr and Orson Baan preba-
bi'ities for the panel . Maria
Wilton's contract with CBS is up
soon, and both NBC and CBS are
bidding"for her ,
Of "Meet Millie'
Walter Winchell
(Continued from Pace 2>
work." he says, "when t h e
weather is bad" . Sixty hours of
rehearsal go into the average
half-hour teevee drama .. Pre-
viewers rave about the movie ver-
sion of "Picnie." Has to win an
Academy ribbon. It won all the
prizes in N.Y. ... A critic's de-
scription of novelist Mary McCar-
thy: "She looks like a clam-
our girl and writes like a man who
has been around." (Boy!)
HOLLY
if
JMOVfCS
by Enkine Johnson
Marie WUseet
Connie Clausen
sin winters to school *vtry day.
She amused hersaif by dreaming
. Marvin Kaplan ' oin ,0 Nw York, becoming a
is in New York to famous actress and living happily
.check, on his Broadway invest-, ever after. Sha made It.
mentshe's sunk a goodly sum in But il took some doing. She
three shows, all hits. i started by riding elephants for
._____ | Ringling Bros., then was a pub-
Mitch Miller's parrot wouldn't j'city and exploitation gal for MGM
'talk when "Parson to Person" '" Hollywood, then an editor of an
visitad tha Miner homer lmmedi-i infants' and children's wear trade
ataly attar tha showand this magazine.
camas from reliable witnesses _, "One day she says. "I quit. I
tha Millars wero ntertaining the decided to be an actress. I got a
Murrow TV craw. And the parrot,
ptrchid on Mitch's shoulder, seised
a lull in the conversation to say,
"I'm a bad bird."
job and went to acting school and
I've been acting ever since."
Talk about type casting, how's
this
9
Show Time: "The Matchmaker"
is strictly a romp. It's a farce, of
the type generally labeled as
"hilarious," and this one lives up
to the label. Ruth Cordon and
Oddly, Susan Strasberg's parents
tried to discourage her acting ca-
reer when she was a very little1
girl. Mother was an actress. Her
Fadder is the dramatic coach
Ethel Barrymore who is 76 goes
swimming every morning .. Val-
ue of Stardust? Audrey Hepburn
received about $400,000 for star-
ring in "War and Peace." That
recalls Bogart's war-inciter:
"Au-drey Hepburn is alright. If
you don't mind a dozen takes"...
Whatever happened to privacy?
Eva Marie Saint confided to an
interviewer: "I had no trouble giv-
ing birth. I did it exactly in an
hour and a half" ... Times
have changed, indeed. We canl
show you the scars for publishing
new*'about married folks having
babies. Called them Blessed Events
to be "dignified'! ... How impor-
tant can yez get? ... Modern
Screen Mag gloated: "The only
magazine at the Debbie-Eddie wed-
ding!" (Geewhiz.)
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol-
lywood and GrapeVine: It's a
"Nope" from Mr. Yup on whether
he's joining Hollywood's million-
dollar suite against confidential
Magazine. Latest movietown vic-
time of the smut mag, Gary Coo-
per told me between scenes of
"The Friendly Persuasion":
"So you sue 'em and it takes
years to get into court. Leave 'em
alone and it's forgotten. People
have forgotten it already."
las ovary roll of tho boat and no
matter how many Bogart finds
ho just can't seem to locate all
of them.
Diana Dors, the British Venus
who is a carbon-copy of Marilyn
Monroe, gets her chance at seri-
ous film drama before Miss Wig-
gle Hips. Diana was chosen over
Vivien Leigh or Olivia do Havil-
land to play the murderess in a
new British film, "Yield to the
Night."
ANTHONY QUINN will outpain
Jose Ferrer's walking-on-his-knees
stunt as Touluse Lautrcc in "Mou-
lin Rouge." He'll play Quasimodo
in "The Hunchback of Notre
Dame" remake on his knees a la
Jose but with a 40-pound mold
strapped on his back.

Mutual Air Club
Elects Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Elisa Davis has been elect-
ed as president of the newly-form-
ed Ladies Auxiliary of the Parai-
funny as the acting and "the *> Mfttual Aid Club.
r She's doI^he"Vmmercals" on I direction make it, but the final The installation ceremony was
tiffhNBC-Wgshow whi?f features result is pure delight. conducted by Ell L Fawcett.
rr a.,min Cnnrk thi ereal -------- Others Installed were Mrs. Satur-
white totber "o most mothers8 As Dick', Quickie: Bob Hope, cur- na Wilson, vicepresident; Mirs^ I-
auch, she demonstrates how to fix rtntly in England, report on TVinez McKenzie, secretary Mrs.
huhv food and similar bits of there. "In Great Bfitam," Bob Mildred Sawyers, asst. secretary;
onth-oM boys: Michael and Jeff,! ays. 'Mjdic' .cafe* 'You May Mrs Maudline Holder treasurer,
as lively props. I Bta#d lf You Lik* ?n.d Mr*- Cecilia Richards, chap-
This is the first time Conni. ha*!
Constance Clausen, mother of
twins, appears weekly as a mother
fit twins. Connie is. one of the finest Loring Smith do most of the romp-
M our TV actresses but this part ln8-,Thornton Wilder's scrijrt isn't
doesn't exactly strain her abilities. ?
Script of "Zarak Khan," Anita
Ekberg's new movie with Vic Ma-
ture, describes her costume this
way: "The impression she gives,
except for her transparent, swirl-
ing skirt, is of nudity." Even in
her street clothes around Holly-
wood Anita gives that impression.
Ray, Jones, U-I's famous portrait
photographer, is quoted in Carl Ba-
I kal's new book, "How to Shoot
for Glamor":
"You can't stop and ask movie
stars how they want their pictures
taken. As in photographing babies,
you have to have the patience to
| wait until they ere just right be-
fore taking the picture."
Mess Sergeant
Has Own Abacus
FORT RILEY, Kan. (UP) -
When Mess Sgt. Chun Leung Ho of''
Honolulu bogged down in Army,
paper work in his job, he dug out1
with the aid of a build-it-yourself
abacus.
"Works better than an electric'
adding machine," Ho said. "All
least it does for me."
The abacus is a simple device
consisting of a frame and wires
upon which are strung counters.
Ho dug up some beads from a
Christmas toy and made one while
fretting with paper work in
Schweinfurt, Germany.
Ho said he hadn't had a bit of
trouble since he made his copy of
the ancient calculator. One thing
he still needs, however, is a set of
division tables.
"I have written my mother in
Hong Kong for the tables." he
said. "When I get them. I'll really
be in business."
school with Julie, wrote the "Riv-
er" hit and the original tunes for
Webb's picture, too.
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THE SOUND OF clicking steel
balls in haunting Humphrey (Cap-
tain Queeg) Bogart and Frank
Sinatra's taking bows for the best
practical joke of the year.
While Bogart was in New York
filming scenes for "The Harder
They Fail," Sinatra boarded the
star's yacht, the Santana, with a
bushel of steel balls.
He planted them in every con-
ceivable drawer, nook and cranny
and now Bogart's wild-eyed. The
sound of clicking balls accompan-
TH WITNET: A starlet
dropped into fur designer Al Tei-
telbaum's salon and informed a
saleslady her wealthy boy friend
was going to buy her a mink stole.
; "Your best girl friend was in this
morning and told us the good
news," said the saleslady.
"Oh," screamed the starlet,
"that STOLE pigeon."
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: "She's a
' girl of dress distinction. She
doesn't show anything very dis-
tinctly."
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: |
None of the jazz ditties in Jack
Webb's "Pete Kelly's Blues" made
the hit parade league. But the!
"Cry Me a River" platter record-
ed by Jack's ex-wife, Julie Lon-
don, is going big on the juke boxes.
Arthur Hamilton, who went to
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TV): Some-
dene a commercial. She's enjoying
It a swell as keeping he kids well
fed. And her experiences a* a
mother of twins and performer
have produced a couple of tips for
any mothers In the crowd:
Tip: If you're traveling witfi the
kidsand- she goes to Cleveland
every now and again to work with
Spockdon't be afraid of stopping
at hotels. She was at first, figuring
there'd be no way to heat up the
jars of baby food. But she dis-
covered they can be warmed suf-
ficiently by running hot tap water
over the jars.
Tip: Don't worry about how the
neighbor's baby is developing, as
compared with your own. Connie's
boys are fraternal, not identical
twins, and she can see that chil-
dren develop differently. One of the
boys is walking, the other isn't.
But the non-walker is talking. So
let 'em go at their own pace.
Connie is a lovely blonde with
the most varied background of any
actress. She comes from Menasha,
Wis-, and as a child she'd.have a
two-mile walk in the cold Wiseon-
laaa.
Joseph Bishop Was master of
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ROMS, Dec. 15 (UP) More
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teachera went on a one week
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month's salary hard blow to b^heal mjto following
presented
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teachers.
for the Hogar de Nios Orphanage
of Panama on Saturday at 1 p.m.
in the Community House at Ft. A-
mador.
full, ilared skirts
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Quartermaster Asteciatien
Names New Officer ,
The Panama Chapter of the
Quartermaster Association held its
bi-monthly meeting at the Army-
Navy Club, Fort Amador, Friday
evening.
Officers elected for the coming
year were as follows: honorary
president. Col. W. R. Sey-
mour; president, Capt. Ned R.
Ash; vicepresident. Maj. Jenis C.
McMillan and Donald W. Dicker-
son; secretary-treasurer. Alfred E
Genther; chairman of board of
governors, Anthony Shatroaky;
members of board of "governors,
Dennis Mashburn, Capt. Sam We-
inshelbaum, Joel Thompson and
Lt. Col. Norton L. McDonald
(Honorary Member)
Little Christ Jeaua, Kennedy.
Go Ye To Bethlehem. Spanish
be"hwrd in the followlrg ^I'^Sirfal 8hake off your
gram of Chriitmai mualc to be D ? 8lMp Tnaeh %J ^^
nrOrgad:prelude. -Joyous er-ChorUterr_____
Changes on Three Carole." An- Hw j^ ^ it to Bethlehem?,
drews. 'nhw
Candlelight ProceaaionaL cutan Chrtetmaa Son, era-
invocation. _*_.tian *rr Dickinson.
"TVA?^ Fr0m The Sleep HoljB.be, snow. ,
Realm Of Glory." ^e gw ^ sleeping. fcen-
nedy. .....
Offertory Prayer.
Offertory Berceuse "Lovely
Night." Kreckel.
Carol of the Birds. Cain.
Russian Carol, Maltzeff.
Hallelujah Chorus, Handel.
Choral Benediction. Lutkin.
Candlelight Recessional.
poatlude "The Star and the
Magi," Taylor.
The service ill begin with a
silent candlelight procession of
Paraso Church
Slates Activities
Special activities have been
scheduled for next week by the
First Baptist Church of Paraso,
lt was announced today.
Brotherhood Night will be ob-
served Sunday. The Pastor, Rev.
F. H. Walters will preach at
both the 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.
The Sunbeam band and Girls
Auxiliary will meet on Monday
An outdoor program of
5:30 p.m. An ouuiuur k'"B''" rr"-----------jnt'T".
Christmas carols will be conduct- the choir and will close with a
d Tuesday night at 7:i0. Bible choral benediction,
onorary memur., v Drtyer meeting arei The Balboa Union Church e*.
mem*V "nlraTel- scheduled torPrWedaesd.y .'t :S0;tends .invitation to the PUD-
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IRVINC ZAM COMPANY, I A. Tel. 1-28IS
Maj. Alvin E. .
change officer, CWO. John P. HI
ka, USARCARIB School. Capt.
Robert O. Cousins, C. O. 23rd QM
Company. Webb Hearne and Eu-
gene J. Munley.
Guests present were: Maj. Clar-
ence Stenmoe, Maj. J. L. Black-
well, Maj. C. McCoy, Lt. G. W.
Tollefsrud, Lt. Billy Crass, Lt.
Tobin, CWO Milton Starke, and
Csrlos De Gracia.
The meeting was presided over
by the retiring president, Lt. Col.
Norton L. McDonald,
followed by an informal buffet
luncheon in the Recreation Room
to honor the newly installed offi-
cerspresident. Anne Magee, Pa-
nama; vice president. Trudy Witt,
Canton; secretary, Jean Scibilia,
Arlington; treasurer, Nancy de
l'Etoue, Westwood; program chair-
man, Janet Smith, New Vineyard,
Me
Mis Magee is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Magee of Bal
boa. She will be joining her fami
ly for the Chirstmas Holidays.
and T:80 p.m.
[am
[t IjfXjL Cflitt htUA
MRS. LAWRBNC. t fff "L^f SK 5S52T? SSSS^Si%^ SS S&
Sacate Mr" ^%o^&"^"^lt"* ft f"d Mr*- ^VtenCt *" WCh 0
^^^ouVfeoapla wlU make their home in St. Loul.---------------.------------------------
^t^oioSooM tnberostti highlighted a decorative theme
for the elaborate buffet.
Cotttnd-Tit Danee
S.t at Amader
There will be a coat and -tie
dance at ehe Army and Navy Club
Saturday from B:30 until 12:30.
(Continued en Page II)
Ruhr Metal Union
OKs Wage Boost
DUE8SBLDORF. Ger many,
Dec. 15 (UP iThe Ruhr metal
worker union yesterday gave
its final acceptance to manage
menu offer of a 14-pfennif (3
\; cent) wage Increase plua an
ll-pfennlg (niree cent) ratee for
piecework.
The decision ended the threat
of a Ruhr iron and steel strike
that could have stalled German
industry from toymaker to au-
tomobile manufacturera.
Paraso Plans
Open Air Rally
An open air rally will be held
by the Christ For Youth Fellow-
ships of Panama and Colon, on
Lollipop Lane, Paraso, Saturday
nleht at 7:30.
If a woman Is secretive about
her age, don't ask; questions de-
signed to place her in a certain
age group. The woman who ha
never told you her age won t ap-
preciate being asked how old he
was when she was married, and
a lew minutes later how long
Old and new carols will be aungishe has been married or when
and n Chrtetmaa iMage win helatie was graduated from hi*
delivered by a special speaker. In ehool or college. ^
case of rain the rally wUl be held a woman waats t keep hat
at the Bethel Mission Church. age a secret, let her.
Janice Finnigin, Secretary; Mrs.
Carol Milne re-elected to serve as
Treasurer.
Christmas Party
Per Children
The Wilma Mites Navy Wive
Club is holding a Christmas party
1st ADD SOCIAL
ttThW7ht.onofMr. and Mrr.
Harry Edward T h o m p son has
SeVT christened Stanley B r u c e.
eV Milton Cookson. pastor of St.
MaVgaret's Episcopal Ehurch. per-:
formed the service at 1.30 a.m.,
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reld Steven-
wn were the godparents.__
A luncheon at the Thompson
home followed the christening.
Guests included neighbors and
close friend.
They are due back on the Zone
next Wednesday.
Ft. Gullck NCO Wive
Held Installation
Last Saturday at the smi-annual
Installation dinner held in the
Bamboo Room of the Ft. Gulick,
NCO Club, new officers o fthe Ft
Gulick NCO Wives Club were in
stalled.
The new officers are: Mr. Con
nie Hosking, President: Mr. Jac
nle Hosking, President; Mrs
Jackie York, Vice-president Mrs
Off Per Santa Clara .. m
Mr. and Mra. Robert Douglas of
Coco Solo, accompanied by Mrs.
Douglas' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Douglas, who are visiting
them from Chicago, left yester-
day for a trip to Santa Clara.
BALBOA SERVICE
CENTER
BEAVTY SHOP
SPECIAL
COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
For appointment
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S.. personnel
and their families only.
Maxim's rVeaenta Nightly
The Carl Greaves Trio
and Vocalist Louis Lamb
Maxim's p*n *
from 10 a.m. until
3 a.m. Music continuously
Maxim's **
opposite the Hotel
El Panama
Maxim'sbrh* y'
from Coata Rica
"The Panamarican Trio"
appearing Dec. 18-16.17-18
alternating with our
regular trio from 9 p.m.
until 3 a.m.
I
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PRICES fa
* PHILCO WASHERS # *. *n
Needlotsofpep?
Drink...i
NO DOWN PAYMENT
MtanV
The jukw ef > differt. aardtn-
freah veejetable* are blended into
this famout dink. You'll lew its
lively flavor, and thrive on it* vitar
Bin-packed good.
mem. At an ftbin
or belwaui meals
V I give* you the
refreshment you
d the our-
you need.
ron iti vil
I
Before? $195.00
now $156.oo
MONTHLY
$9,20
CLUB
$5.00
OFEN TILL 9 P.M.
No need U form a line.
No. 531
We accent year Christ
Savin Fund Deposit Book-
lets for your prchate
Remember our
GRAND PHILCO RAFFLE
S.
Before......$285.00
now $228.oo
Monthly.. .$13.45
Club.......$7.00
Member of
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TUESDAY, MCKMBEB It, 1955
TB PANAMA AMERICAN AM IMDETBNPENT DAIL1 NEWSrATlB
PAGE NINE
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*# O.Z. Police Queen Contest
An invitation U extended to young ladles residir, on the Pa-
eiiic aide of the Canal Zone to participate In the contest sponsor-
ed by the Pacific Branch ot the Canal Zone Police Association.
The contest Is being held lor the purpose or obtaining a Queen
and her attendants to preside at the 18th Anpuai Ball scheduled
tt>r March 9 at {he El Panam. '
Ones each year the Pacific Branch of the Canal Zone PoUca
association sponsors a Ball, which Is one of the highlights of the
anclai season In Panama and the Canal Zone. Quests this year
Snot only participa* In the drawing for four beautiful door
orlies but will hate the opportunity of voting their choice of
Quean from among the five finalists in the contest.
The distinctive badge-shapped tickets, which will be avail-
able altar the first of the year, will Hat the names of the five
finalists and, by circling the name of their choice, purchasers
Will Indicate their selection of candidate for the First CXP.A.
juean and turn in the ticket stubs to be included in the Door Priae
Drawings.
P
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REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY
)
one, Pacific side;
Contestant must be:
l.17-through 20 years of age;
t_A realdent of the Canal Zor
I.Unmarried;
4*-Of good character; and possess poise, personality Intel-1
'' ligenee, charm, and beauty of face and figure.
For participation in the C.Z.P.A. Queen Contest the applica-
tion shown below must be completed and forwarded to Boa S651,
Balboa, Canal Zone, not later than December IS, 1965.
OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK
Canal Zone Police Association (Pacific)
Queen Contest
2
flame In lull ...................................*
Hollywood Big-Name Businessman Quits Court Rules Against
Adoption 4th Time
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)
Nicholas M. Schenck, one of the
biggest names in the motion pic-
ture business for nearly 30 years,
resigned today as president of
Loew's, Inc., owners of Holly-
wood^ hage Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
studios.
Schenck, who has been Instru-
mental in creating some of Holly-
wood's brightest stars, submitted
his resignation at a board of d
rectors meeting here.
At his suggestion, the board e-
lectcd Arthu M. Loew. 58, son of
succeed him. Schenck'was elected
he'wo"" remain* 3S *.% BOSTON. Dec. 15 (UP) The
fairs of the corporation. ; Massachusetts Supreme Court has
tbe board i ruled for a fourth
Two new seats on
were created, one for Loew and
the other for John L. Sullivan, sec-
retary of the Navy from 1947 to
1949.
Loew is the son of Marcus Loew.
who founded the compsny in 1924
by merging three companies, Me-
tro, GoMwyn and Mayer. On the
elder Loew's death in 1927, Sch
elder Loew's death in 1927,
ing for his arrest and for the sei
rure of little Hildy McCoy.
Counihan pointed to the fact that: ,
the Ellis couple and the child have
been in hiding since July 3. when
the first arrest orders were is-
sued. ,
_ time against a
Jewish couple seeking to adopt a
four year-old Catholic-born girl.
Judge Edward A. Counihan Jr.
rejected the petition of Melvin B.
Ellis of Brookline, Mass.. and his,,
wife to suspend court orders call- once agreeing to surrender Hil-
'dy. -
lecicn rum pi. LM^-n, . -w~ ..--; -~ ...r_.~ij_,
the founder of the compsny, to1 Schenck was made president.
IETTER BE OOOD-Carroen Lonergan, 7, proudly points to her
rTme to a^uTSSdBook. But the little las. ^J^****
Calif 'knows she's got to be good right op to Christmas for tn*
whWer^entfrom the NorthPol. to vi^hJristmae Eve.
Address............... ........
Phone
Parent*' Names.
Education: High School......College......Special Training.
Measurements: Height
...........
Weight ................
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Bast
Hips
................. .Waist..................
Indonesian Airmen
Rebel Against New
Command Appointee
Cadets Cockle,
Tribe Take Honors
At West Point
l MAKE CRAWFORD AGENCIES *
| YOUR GIFT HEADQUARTERS }
IJ Give year around pleasure
Fuller Brushes Eleclrolux Vacuum
[ Cleaners Polishers and Refrigerators
l.sf Zenith Radios Fleishmann H.O. Electric
Trains Hobby Items Toys Wagons
.. .and many.. many more.
Special item for Sea$on and at low price,
mostly at USA price; Denniton Wrapping
decoration.
He said it was time to give
"some consideration to the wel-
fare of the child and the natural
mother."
Counihan said the court airead?
had decided that the mother "hag
a right to change her mind" aft-

4 POINT
Extra Fin:
SIZES
Fin; Medium: Sroad
WEST POINT, N.Y. Cadets
Donald S. Tribe, 20, and Dale 8.
niaiTARTA indonesia Dec is Cockle, IS, of the Canal Zone.j
(U?1^L\fTki?V0rll^re ^eny named to the',
_.w.tt.j T2_____ IT- .. nran list at
ffriajt Hair....;......Color lyes........... Complexion
-
Heebies and'ether Talent..............-...........
rebelled today against the sp
pointaaent of a new commander
and thrust the nation into a new
crisis on the eve of crucial elec-
tions.
The rebellious airmen openly
shouted their defiance of Prime
' l Minister Burhanuddln Harahap
Ambti*d ana for ^future..............................'when tat^j^^gw
r .!.................f.............

Interesting Pacts ..
entrant agrees to abide by all tht rules set forth by the Ca-
nal Zone police Association 18th Annual Ball Comlttee.
intrant agrees that the time, manner, and method or Judg-
ing the contest shall be solely within the discretion of the C.Z.P.A.
and that the decisions of the Judges shall be final.
I hereby acknowledge that I have read the official rules and
regulations as printed in the notice regarding the Contest, and
tut I ant complying with them In every way. and that personal
data u herein set forth la correct.
Signed:................*.........*.......
(Mall entry to Box 3661. Balboa, Canal Zone)
Contest appUcatloas must ae receive* before Deeemaer It, 1999.
"Applications received after December 18,1091 will not be
.,, considered eligible. A
'.* Beautiful prises of Jewelry will be awarded to each of the five
finalists, selected by five competent Judges in elimination appear-
ance. The Queen, determined by the number of votes as indicated
on the ticket stubs, will also receive other beautiful and valuable
prises.
by loyal units of air police arm
ed with machine-guns.
Haraaap. had chosen Air Com-
Xean'a list at the U.S. Military
cademy at West Point.
Tbe list Includes cadets who
are academically in the upper 20
per cent of their class.
Cadet Tribe, yho is in his
third year at the academy, is
the son of Mrs. Marguerite
Tribe of Balboa.
Cadet Cockle, a member of the
class of 1958, la the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George D. Cockle o
Diablo Heights.
Both men received their ap-
Come in and see our selection
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
(The Home of Quality Merchandise)
"J" St No. 13-A-30 l Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Tela. 2-2386 2-3265 2-2142
Open till 9 p.m. until Xmas
modore H. Sujpno ss Air Force polntments to the cademy from,
deputy chief of staff but a nearjGoverndor Jonn 8 seybold ot
2. WRITES % TIMES LONGER
THAN AVERAGE BALL PENS
3. 4 APlfeQVEIK
"Innsifying" INKS
4. INDESTRUCTIBLE
NYLON BARREL
will not wear, break or creek
5. STAINLESS STEEL CAP
6. ALWAYS A FRESHLY-
INKED POINT
each press of cap button turna ball
and aeat to new writing peaition
7. ROTATING BALL AND SEAT
avoida wear . prevents leaking
l J. j uovernaor jonn
when he started tojthe Canal Zone
presentation before ,. ,
riot started
make the v-.~-------- -
Air Force units draw up In pa-,
lade around formation. |tbe situation A similar rebellion
Harahap was forced to calrby army officers against sppoint-
off the installation and he imme- ment pf a chief of staff casual
distelv summoned the csbinet to the fall of the government last
an emergency meeting to study summer. I
sj
Watch The Panam American for names of the finalist*
aid vote fer your choice
as
QUIXN OF THE 1ITH ANNUAL POLICE BALL. '


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A call to remember
There v no more wholesome and pleasing drink
than food Scotch Whisky and there is no finer
Scotch than "Black k White". Distilled and
bottles) in Scotland, Black ft White" U
Scotch it it beat Remember ask fer
Black ft White" next time you call for Scotch.
Dittilled and Bottled in Scotland
BLACK'WHITE
SCOTCH WHWCY
MARTINIQUE
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PAGE-ra-
nt PANAMA AMEHITAN -* ATI IHPlPEWpBWT DAILY fTCWSPAPP
Social and \Jth
erwiae
ConttnuJ
I
I
Miii Ann MifN Installed
At Sorority President
Installation ceremonial (or the
newly elected officers of the un
dergraduate group of Theta Epsi
Ion Sorority were held Tuesday at
the Burdett College School of Sec
retarial Science. The ceremonies,
under the direction of C. F. Bur-
dett, president of the college, were
PRODUCTOS NEON
oreo- aCrtoaa Ih* (While that a
tree* Dtr-abor If, IMS Mr. FIDE'
BKO CABBOLA hi M Ih| Ha
aaaolaya a* ae-at.
Cristobal Lodge 1541
Plans Dance Tomorrow
Cristobal Lodge 1542 B.P.O.E
will entertain at the Elks' Home.
Brazos Heights, tomorrow front 7
to ll p.m. with a dance.
All pupils of the Cristobal Junior
High School are invited to attend.
100 Students Sing Tonight
At Balboa Junior Hifh School
More than 200 students in the
Balboa Junior High School will
take part in the Christmas music
program which is to be given to-
night at 7:30 in the Balboa Lower
Gymnaisum.
This number does not include
YOU WILL MAKE HER VERY
HAPPY WITH -
i
FINEST RHINESTONE JEWELRY
(From Germany)
-
WITH THE SPARKLE OF
REAL DIAMONDS!
' i ,
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
Join Ptlomero
-COLON-
the 30 members of the Junior High
School orchestra -which will ac-
company the chorus and will also
play a number of Christmas music
selections.
The chorus and orchestra will be
under the direction of Frank W.
Gurney and Glenda Kent will be
accompanist.
The complete program follows:
Processional "Hark the Herald
Angels Sing," Mendelssohn; "The
Glory to God in Nature," Beetho-
ven; "Little Norwegian Suite,"
Hansen, including "The Herd
Girl's Sunday," "An Awkward
Song" and "Hailing Dance"; "At
Christmas-Tide", Arr. Herfurth.
Junior High School Orchestra
"Masters in this Hall," Old Frn
"Masters in this Hall," Old
French; "The Friendly Beasts,"
English Carol; "O Leave Your
Sheep," French Noel.
Junior HiBh School Chorus "O
Towering Pine." Folk Song.
Boys' Chrous "Upon the Fros-
ty Meadows," French Carol.
Girls' Chorus"Gloria in Excel-
sis," Ancient Carol; "Echo Carol,"
German Carol; "Let Our Gladness
Know No End," Czech Carol.
Junior High School ChorusRec-
essional "Deck the Hall," Welsh
Air.
Reception At
Covornor'i House
The Governor of the Canal Zone
and Mrs. John S. Seybold will be
hosts for a reception at the Gov
ernor's House this evening to
meet the Honorable Frank B. Ber-
ry, Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Health and Medical), and party
MEETINGS
Each aetJco for inrluslo hi Of*
column ihoula fubnittto ta tjpm-
mrtttoaj far aad audM lo oaa of
too box ahaw liM.* aaUy hi "So-
cial aaa OtfeanriM," or daMvored
tj hurt to the wffko. Notteaa *
lalloji oaaaot bo accaoiao- j te|o-
V. >, W. Post 3135 Cecoll
Meeting Tonight
The V.F.W. Post 3835 will hold
their regular monthly meeting to-
night at 7:30 p.m. This being the
last meeting for the year of 1955
all members are expected.
A free fish fry and refreshments
will be served starting at 0:30 p.m.,
also a drawing will be held at
10 p.m. and the lucky member
will receive a paid-up membership
card for 1956.
7/e Mtete Patent
FOR SALE
TRACING
PAPER
It will retain all Its de-
siderable working qual-
ities for years. It will not
oxidise, turn yellow, be-
come brittle or lose trans-
parency with ago.
Lewis Service
11-52 Tivoll Ate.
La Boca Mutual B. and E.
Society
The regular general meeting
of the La Boca Mutual Benefit
and Friendly Association will be
held at the Sojourners Hall
Tuesday night at 8.
Matters of Interest to the
members will be dealt with. All
members are requested to be
present at this meeting and to
orino; along with them their
membership and contribution
cards.
The annual Christmas distri-
bution will be made Tuesday
and on the following evening
between 5 and 7 p.m. After this
no further payments will be
made until the January meeting.
Delinquent and'hon-flnanela!
members are urged to reinstate
so as to receive the benefits of
the association.
Big Pickle
PONCA CITY, Okla. (UP) -
Presch Acton, caretaker at Lake
Poncu, showed he has an unusually
large "green thumb" by growing a
Syrian cucumber which measured
more than 2V4 feet in length and
weighted Wt pounds. Acton also
produced a 10-pound. 12-ounce
cantaloupe In his garden by the
lake.
tY MRS. MURIIL LAWRINCI
Eleven-year-old Roger has one
Saturday morning chore. He's
supposed to collect the w e e k's
supply of deposit bottles, p u t
them in a cartonand place It in
the car.
Always, he has to be reminded.
Always he postpones it to the last
minute. Between his resistance
to this chore and his father's in-
creasing impatience with h i m,
Saturday morning has become a
time for much family tension. So
his mother asks, "Would I be en-
couraging bad discipline if I could
get my husband to releas* the
chUd from this. Job?"
In most cases, the.value of an
action is the value of the feeling
behind it. So the question i s n't
persuading Roger's father to ex-
cuse him from this chorebut
changing his irritation into under-
standing.
Let's see If we can win some
understanding for Roger.
Maybe we might begin by re-
minding his Dad that children's
chores dont' offer them the satis-
faction they uaed to. Time was
when youngsters milked cows,
chopped wood, churned butter,
spun wool, carried water and
gathered harvestschores direct-
ly connected with their families'
survival, so their importance was
unmistakable.
The boy whittling quietly before
the hearth knew his labor had
produced the fire that was keep
ing his family warm. The boy
was disciplined to bis chores by
his own respect for their value.
Today, this Is seldom the caae.
When Roger carries out our de-
posit bottles to the car, he knows
that's contributing, not to his fam-
ily's survival, but to its taste for
soft drinks. Behind him is no
pressure of, survival needno re-
spect for the dignity of his own
work. He moves only out of re-
spect for our wish that he move.
Which la why we've had to
push, push, push at him.
And it's why it is never very
bright to limit a child's chores to
superficial routine. Certainly bot-
tles have to be put in cara. Cer-
tainly rooms must be dusted,
lawns mowed, cellars cleaned,
dishes dried. But so also do pies
have to be made, garages paint-
ed, flowers arranged, cars wash-
ed and polished.
And though these tasks are not
survival ones, they do make pos-
sible a feeling of pride in the
biggest chore parents face.
So perhaps the answer for Rog
er's father ia sharing his own
pride producing Saturday mom-
ing chore of cleaning the car.
Perhaps it is helping his son car-
ry the burden of boredom by
helping him collect and organize
those deposit bottles.
Pan American Sales Conference
Keyed To Jet Age Techniques
Help somebody to see not only the beauty
of Christmas but hear it with a hearing
aid*- an aid for every need and purse.
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(Home of Quality Merchandue)
"J" St. 1S-A-30 Tivoll Art. No. 18-20
Tels. 2-2380 3-3205 2-2143
OPEN TUX f P.M. UNTIL XMAS
Just about the Best Soup
you've ever had
i &fa&]ttf A!
Heinz Cream ofToma to Soup
hat all that old-fashioned,
wholesome goodnew every-
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kitchen, Heinz Tomato Soup
is a mewl in iteeif. Filled with the rich flavor of
pan, sun-ripened tomatoes, seeaoaed to perfec-
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Planning for operations geared
to the jet age was begun in
Miami Monday (December 12)
at the annual sales conference
of Pan American World Airways'
Latin American Division.
KeynoUng the sessions were
talks by Bdwln Drescher of
Miami, division manager, and
Willis G. Lipscomb, of New York.
PAA rlee president In -charge of
traffic and sales.
Noting that Pan American re
cently became first in the U. 8.
svlation inVtry to order Jet
transports. Lipscomb pointed out
that the 45 turbojet aircraft will
add 7 per cent to the seating
capacity PAA now offers.
"We can't wait for the Jets
to plan for them" ho said.
The first of the Douglas and
Boeing jets ordered by Pan
American, are scheduled to go
into service In late 19(8.
"We stand on the threshold
of the jet age." Lipscomb said.
"It will be more than an equip-
ment change; it will be more
revolutionary. It's highly im-
portant that we get in high
gear and stay In-high gear to
meet this challenge."
Drescher reviewed Latin Amer-
ican Division achievement in
1055 in which to volume top-
ped 1054 Mr more than 12 per
cent' and set forth goals for
105.
tie cited new services added
during this year notably those
linking 8an Francisco with all
Latin America and stepped-up
New York-San Juan, Puerto Ri-
co, flights. The service to and
from the new 8an Francisco ter-
minal, now four times a week,
may soon be increased to dally
flights, Drescher said.
He emphasised that cargo
service which will have "a
bigger place in planning in the
future" has been steadily im-
proved. The division's all-cargo
fleet has been lncreaaed and will
be built up still more in 1956.
Mario Martinez, division traf-
fic and sales manager, who is
presiding at the conference,
conducted a panel dlsc|isslon in
which Drescher and Lipscomb
answered queries from conferees
on operational problems affect-
ing sales.
Pan American newest color
travel film, "Wings to Austria,"
was shown.
Reports were delivered by re-
presentatives of four PAA as-
sociate companies Pan Amer-
ican-Orace Airways, Compaa
Mexicana de Aviacin. Aerovas
Nacionales de Colombia, and Li-
neas Aerevias Costarricenses.
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Of Using False
Advertising Claiqjs
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15>(TJP) -
The Federal Trade Commission to-
day accused the General Motors
Corp. of falsely advertising that
its so-called "genuine'* Chevrolet
parts are better than the identical
parts sold by competitors.
The commission also branded as
"false, misleading and deceptive"
GM's claim that all the Chevrolet
parts It distributes are designed
for GM.
ne parta
wholesal-
snd manufactured solely for
It- a daiexactly the same
are sold by independent
ors.
When friends drop in during the
hospitable Christmas h o 1 i d ay a,
hospitable Christmas holidays,
serve them your best fruited tea
bread with tea or punch: It's a
delightful way to express the good
will of the season.
Here's a new way to make the
service easierslice it ahead of
time and spread softened butter on
esch slice. Put it bsck together
again to form a loaf. Each guest
can serve himself without fuss or
bother.
Orange Tea Breed
(Makes 2 email leaves)
One cup milk, V cup sugar, 1V4
teaspoons salt, "2 cup shortening,
'/ cup warm, not hot, water (luke-
warm for compressed yeast), 2
packages or cakes yeast, active
dry or compreased; 2 eggs, beaten;
grated peel of one orange, hVt cups
flour, '/i cup candied orange peel!
Scald milk. Add sugar, salt and
shortening. Cool to lukewarm.
Measure water into a large mixing
bowk (warm, not hot, for active

dry yeast; lukewarm, for, com-
pressed yeast). Sprinkle or
crumble in yeast; stir until dis-
solved. Add eggs and grated
orange peel. Stir in half the flour.
Beat until smooth. Stir in candied
orange peel. Add remaining flour
and turn out on floured board.
Knead until smooth snd elastic.
Place in greased bowl and rub top
with shortening. Cover; let rise in
warm place, free from draft, until
doubled in bulk, about one hour.
Shape into loaves, place in greased
loaf pans 9x5x3 inches. Cover; let
rise in a warm place, free from
draft until doubled in bulk, about
one hour. Bake at 37S degrees F.
(moderate oven) about 35 minutes.
While still wsrm, frost with1 Con-
fectioners' Sugar Frosting and
decorate as desired with candied
cherries and nuts.
Confectioners' fugar Prestio
Combino M cup sifted confer)***
timers' sugar with enough lightly
beaten egg white to make
spreading consistency,
' '1 i'i 'i '
In Detroit, spokesmen for" Gen-
eral Motors said the/ had, "no
comment at this time.''
The FTC's complaint aid GM
buys many Chevrolet replacement
parts from naufacturers who sell
the ssme parts to other outlets.
But it said GM advertises its psrs
ks "genuine," implying that those
aold by other concerns are "spur-
ious" snd inefficient.
The FTC, which scrutinizes ad-
vertising claims, charged that
such practices "divert bus i n e s a
from competitors to their in jury
snd the Injury of the public, in
violation of the Federal Trade
Commission Act."
General Motors, subject of' a re-
cent "study" by the Senatt anti-
monopoly subcommittee, was gra
ed 30 days in which to answer
the complaint.
During the Senate inquiry, FTC
attorney Donald P. MacDo n a 1 d
said the commission was investi-
gating "anti-monopoly'' charges
against GM ss well as the "decep-
tive practices" cited in today's
complaint. He indicated the anti-
monopoly investigation was not ss
far along as the advertfdng case.
Annette Enters
Hospital To Reunite
Dlonne Quintuplets
BEFORE H
Skinner looks before sha 1
as a spinster schoolteacher foe*
her rolo in "The Second Great-
est Sex." Edna was a modal
and Broadway actress before
going into Hollywood movies..,
Johnson Passes
Medical Checkup
With Flying Colors
ATLANTA, Dec. 15 (UP) Sen.
Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex.) who
suffered a hesrt sttsck six months
ago, passed s medical checkup
with flying colors today but his
doctor left unanswered whether he
can resume the Democratic lead*
ership in the new Congress.
Johnson has experienced no com.
plications and his ^reactions all
are those of a normal healthy Mr-
son, said Dr. J. Willis Hurst.
However, the Atlanta heart Spe-
cialist said, The basis objective
of his recovery remain the Ame
and this will entail a carefukregi.
MONTREAL, Dec. 15 (UP)
Annette Dionne has entered Notre!men o controlled activity. fm
Dame l'Esperance HotplUl aa a> "Extraordinary pressures and
patient, resulting in a reunion of!abnormal tensions should bt lept
the four surviving quintuplets. to s minimum and much i ejhla
Hespiul authorities said today
that Annette, an art sudent a
Nicolet, Que., enered the hosoital
Dec. 3 for res snd s checkup.
Marie, who had left a Quebec con-
vent and entered the hospital Nov.
10, is still there and the other two.
Yvonne and Cecile, are student
nurses.
Dr. Ffc LeCours, director of the
hospital's medical depart m e n t,
said Annette needed rest, and a
number of tests and analyses were
made. He said the results were
favorable.
Marie had become fatigued by
thi rigorous life of a nun and was
suffering from loss of appetite
when she was admitted a month
ago. Dr. LeCours said she waa
il kief aiii
routine work should be delegated
for the time bieng."
"It is my belief that steps can
be taken to achieve that goal."
Hurst said Johnson Will soon
visit the Msyo Clinic at tUchester,
Mina., for his annual checkup at
the institution. . "All of his physicians will ft-
confer an danother statement wiQafS,
be made upon the extent of hiaV
future activities."
Hurst, who was st Betheeda
Naval Hospital in Washington and
treated Johnson there earlier in
his illness, said he waa "greatly
pleased'' by today'ae zamlnatJen.
The 47-year-old Texan flew tere
from Washington, where he as
been convalescing quietly, for the
check*



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PAGE ELETEN
iCanadian-Born Blizzard Belts
3 Provinces, Northern States
CHICAGO, Dec. 15 (UP)-A Ca-
nidian-bom blizzard has buJete.l
North Dakota, reducing both tem-
perature and visibility to near ze-
ro DUt fair skies prevailed over
Vost of the nation.
i'ne blizzard lost some of its
power while raking the three Cana-
dian provinces of Albert, Manitoba,
and Saskatchewan where it ma-
rooned stK oil field workers in an
isolated camp and forced numer-
ous other persons to seek refuge.
Business was virtually at a stand-
ijilf in the provinces due te the
itvn storm, 0 worst yet of the
*The bjtaard lost some of >
force- before crossing the border
but had winds of up to 45 miles
an hour as it struck North Dakota,
blocking some roads with high
drifts. Motorists were-advised to
RtaV home
There was also heavy dritflng
of wow in parts of South Dakota
while visibility was reduced In
western Minnesota. .,
The cold air mass from Canada
brought lower temperatures from
UiDakotas to northern Texas and
from the Rockies to the Missis-
sippi Valley. Some snow flurries
were reported in the Great Lakes.
the upper Mississippi Valley and
the central Rockies.
The astern third of the nation
warmed up slightly with tempera-
tures ranging from the 20s In
noithern New. England to the 70s
in southern Florida.
Snow flurries are xpected In the
northern Applachians, the Great
Lakes and western Texas today.
wiui showers and rain in an area
His Misspent Life Climaxed When
He Chokes Wif eWithBathrobe Cord
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 15 (UP) .bathrobe and I made a seaman's
from'th,"lower Mis'sisaippi vX'y ""
The wine-soaked operator of a
cheap rooming house clima x e d
whai his wealthy ioster-fat her
called a misspent life yesterday
by strangling his wife. 12 years
r, with a bathrobe cord.
dC^generKfe.^?seeC: C'm^'
Sample temperatures included
Boston, 36; New York, 39; Wash-
as
ton Campbell, 44, of Denver,
he was booked for murder.
The victim of the sordid slaying
u;*"n'n\ iV"f?"|that ended a stormy eight-month
^^m'v mL\^c^\^ ^nrship and marriage was Mary
naanril. - VfcSfHJ?2e,c?:. Min- Wilhelm Campbell. 56, whom
? Sa' Prnr*0,i?: f-Louuj. \CumpM\ met in a bar.
francisco. 49. and Los I Campbell, who bragged of being
30; San
Angeles, 52.
16-Year-0ld Meets
Mother For First
Time In 11 Years
Slaying
ft.
Oldster Admits
27 Years
Ago In Ponliac
CHICAGO. Dec. 15 (UP> Po-
lice said today that a 71-year-old
man, picked uo durin? the wek-
end in a gambling raid, had ad-
mitted a laving 27 years ago in
Pnntiac, Mich.
Lt. James McMahon of the no-
lice homicide squad and St. Ar-
thur Nobel, of the Pontiac police,
questioned Charlea Johnson, 71,
alias Willie Jone, alias William
y-irqhalt. about the slaying at
Pontiac Deo. 9, 1928. of James
B -h\ Known as "Cotton."
McMahon said Jones admitted
verbally the slaying of Blair
when Chicago officers Questioned
him. To the Pontiac offleer he
would admit onlv 4hat he knew
Pair. He said. Blair gambled
with him and "took my money,'
polios said. ,
Jones' Identity was traced after
the pambiing raid, made as a
part of the investigation into the
"eath of Louis Greenberg. He
as ene I several oerson arrest-
ed in what was. called "thelarg-
est floating crap game in Chica-
go.'
- Police found M fingerprints
matched those of a man wanted
in Pontiac in connection with the
Blair slayfig.
Chilean Workers
Slrfte Against
US-Owned Mines
SANTIAGO. Chile. Dec. 15 (UP>,
Some I4,f>0 employes at two of.
Chile's big U.S.-owned copper
mines, quit,work yesterday in a'
strike agiiist the government ex-
pected tff cost this country 1,000
ton* cf copper a day.
The Anaconda Company s Cnu-
nuicamata and Potrerillos mines
Were paralyzed. by the walkout,
and the nearby port of Antofagas-
ta< was. crippled. |
The Kennecott Company's El Te-
niente pit was not Immediately af-
fected, but workers there are ex-
pected to walk out Friday unless
the strike is settled bv that tim
The strike was called because
the government ignored union de-
mands in drafting a new labor
law. There wa3 no conflict be'.wf n
the unions and the company man-
agenens.
knot. I made a slip knot and pul-
led the cord tight and I chocked
he to death."
Campbell Is the adopted son of
James M. Campbell- of Denver,
chairman of the board of the Se-
curity Life and Accident Co.
The elder Campbell said he a-
doptcd Jack Campbell in Infancy
and he had ben a "source of
trouble" most of his life.
"He's cost me a fortune, the
father said. He said as a boy Jack
never got along with other chil-
dren so he sent him to Kemper
and Culver military'schools.
But h never graduated from
educated in exclusive academies,
said he had "knocked out" his
wife several times in earlier argu-
ments and that both were drunk
on wine when the fatal fight began.
Each accused the other of running ranch in Colorado, a
lodge in Alaska and
20 Isthmian Churches. Chapels
Carried American Bible Display
A special feature In this year's
celebration of Bible Sunday was
the display provided by the
American Bible Society in Cris-
tobal, and Editorial Caribe In
Panama City.
Displays were placed in some
20 churches and chapels on the
Isthmus. Among them were the
Cathedral of St. Luke, the Union
Churches In Balboa, Oatun and
Margarita; The chapels at Port
Kobbe, Port Clayton and Fort
Oullck; the Balboa Baptist
Church and the First isthmian
Baptist Church of Cristobal, Cu-
rundu Chapel, and the Church
of the Nazarene In Ancon. A
youth group of the Union
any school nor finished anything churches placed four of these
he started." displays as a work project on
He added that he bought him a
PHILADELPHIA. Dec 15 (UP)
Sixten-year-old Johnann Stei-
ger-wald met his mother today
for the first time In 11 years to-
day.
It as a happy .tearful reunion
at Philadelphia International Air-
port when the blond youngster
stepped from a Diane lato the
arms of Mrs. Elizabeth Steiger-
wald Etzcl.
Mrs. Etzcl had not seen her son
since she was taken to a Russian
labor camp in 1944.
Mrs. Etzel was hesitant as the
hoy left the plane. Once before,
she had welcomed her "son" in
this country. But after a boy had
lived with Mrs. Etzel for nearly
four years it was discovered he
was no relation.
This time there was no m I
take. The- boy's sister. Maria, was
certain. She had lived with him
for several years after their
mother was taken away.
"That's my brother ,** she
screamed when the boy, hatless,
and wearing a trench coat, stee-
ped from the Pan American air-
liner. "There's no mistake about-
it"
Johann, in Yugoslavia alnce his
birth, could not understand h 1 s
mother's German. But the 1 a n-
guage barrier was broached
qulckh and the Etzels and John-
ann left for their home.
Last summer, Mrs. Etzel found
her real son through the efforts
of numerous refugee organiza-
tions. . .
"It was the best Christmas
present ever,'' she said.
around, he said.
"Finally, I went out of. control
and slugged her once, and then I
still aan't finished," he said. "I
had been In two wars, see? And I
know what to do with a piece of
material. I got the Sash to my
sportsman's
finally the
cheap hotel In New Cleans, which
cost $21.500, last April. He said he
visited his adopted son in New
Orleans last month but could no.
persuade him to sell the hotel.
He has no further plans to help
bin, the elder Campbell said.
Uruguayan President Suffers Ulcer
Attack At Private Chicago Dinner
CHICAGO. Dec. "-"(UP]-
Uruguayan President Luis Batlle
Berres suffered an apparent
bleeding ulcer attack at a prl
also with him. Uruguayan offl
cials were meanwhile trying to
locate his youngest son, Luis, in
New York.
Others who clustered about
\Jil-.. ..4 (v, \t\A was Uiners wno ciuaterea moout
at, dinner last night and wa|the 8outh American President's
included
rushed to a hosnltal.
The sudden attack cut short(McIntOTh UA Ambassador
the President's 10-day-old tour|ITriioiiiv H- mnH , Um
Dempster
to
we/reaimnis '*"^".u "illUruguay. He and Batlle Berres,
of the United States. Doctors at Chicago hosts, left the hosnitai
- Wesley Memorial HwUl^Jshortly before midnight. Indtcat-
! his condition was "V'^L.jlng there was no Immediate oc-
but advised him to stay in t>ea CMlon ior ^^tm.
for at least a few dnvs. -------_______________m
Sources close to the 56-vear-
Many churches on the Isth-
mus celebrated Bible Sunday on
Dec. 11 with special sermons
and prayers for the better un
derstanding of Holy Scriptures.
The newly-published Illustrat-
ed New Testament In English,
carrying 566 photographs of
f laces and objects Illustrating
he secret texts attracted att-
ention as the central feaure o
he Bible displays his year.
The recently-completed Conob
Indian New Testament, which
for the first time provides the
complete second part of the Bi-
ble for over 40,000 Indians who
speak that dialect In western
Guatemala, was seen for the
first time by many on the isth-
mus In these displays.
The display is now placed per
manently In the Bible House In
Old Cristobal.
Of Stales'Rights
Doctrine 'Foolish'
President said he fainted IIrk In Mjccjf (inn j
whll. attending a dinner In his UJG III rilJJIJJl|||ll
honor at the exclusive Chicago
Club t about 9 p.m.
Batlle Berres recovered co-
sclousness and refused to bi
carried to an ambt'lance. But
while walking to the door, re
liable sources said he became HI ..__..... , _
and vomlt-d some blood. , JACKSON Miss., Dec. 15 (UP)
Hours later t the hosnltal |Gev--elect J P. Coleman has
attending phvsiclan* Issued a served notice he will oppose a
statement savin "th-re Is so- "foolish' proposal that Mississippi
nartntly a bleedtar ulcer. The envoketheed states' Hints doc
SS condition is ,^^^0^^^^
The President's wife. attenC-'declion-
in* suburban function, was
eported to have suffered an at-
tack of indigestion as she rush-
ed to her husband's side. Batlle
Berres' oldest son, John, 25, was
Coleman said sach defiance
would be "an invitation for the
federal government to send troops
into Mississippi.''
He called the proposal of Sen.
James O. East land (D-Misa.),
Rep. John Bell Williams (D-Mlss.),
and Circuit Judge Tom Brady of
Brookbaven "legal poppyc o c k."
They suggested that Southern le-
gislatures declare the Supreme
Court decisions on school segrega
tion null and void in order to force
a reversal.
"All efforts at nullification in
the past have met with abject
failure," Coleman said. "The on-
ly way you can make lt work is by
secession. Mississippi can't whip
the whole United States govern-
ment.'*
In so speaking. Coleman crossed
the Mississippi Citizens' Councils,
powerful pro-segregation groups
claiming more than 5,000 dues-
paying members. Brady is one of
their chief leaders and the stste
association has endorsed the nulli-
fication plan.
DISGUISED CLAMOR-Un-
der all the comic getup is
actress Edna Skinner, a seal
glamor gal. She's dressed as.a
spinster schoolteacher for her
role In "The- Second Greatest
Sex." Actually Edna rivals the
best of Hollywood's beauties for
good looks and glamor.
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and MONDAY!
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"SEVEN
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Rep. Keating Calls
Dixon-Yates Proposal
By Dems 'Shocking'
WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (UP)
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY)
has denounced as a "shocking"
political move Democratic sugges-
tions that Congress appoint its own
attorney to contest a $3,534,000
Dixon-Yates suit against the gov-
ernment.
Keating, a member of the House
Judiciary Committee, said sponsors
of the proposal are trying to "Car-
ry politics into our courts" with a
suggestion that "flies In the
face of orderly procedures and
constitutions! processes."
"It is inconceivable," he said,
"that Congress will vote to scrap
the Constitution by adopting this
politically motivated suggestion."
Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D-
NM) with a second by Sen. Estes
Kefauver (D-Tenn.) proposed the
congressional lawyer approach.
Noting that the Justice De-
partment had been involved in ne-
Dtiations on the canceled Dixon-
ates power contract, Anderson
said that "no milk-toast defense
will satisfy those of use who have
battled this piece of inequity for
the last IS months."
Keating replied in a formal
statement that Atty. Gen. Herbert
Brownell is "the ablest attorney
genersl in decades" and has a
staff of lawyers of "outstanding
ability and integrity."
Synthetic Narcotics
Said 'Desperately'
Needing Legislation
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP) -
Federa! Narcotics Commissioner
Harry J. Anslinger says legisla-
tion Is "desperately'' needed to
control the manufacture of pow
erful synthetic narcotic drugs.
An&linger told a House Ways and
Means, subcommittee the nation Is
faced "with the problem of a large
number of manufacturers of syn-
thetic narcotic drugs" which he
said are more powerful then mor-
phine.
At present, he said, production
_ controlled on a voluntary basis
and the government has bo legal
authority to set mandatory quotas.
"We are really reaching the
point where we desperately need
legislation to license," he testified
Anslinger siso supported a bill
by Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La.) to
make a five-year jail term manda-
tory for any narcotics peddler
convicted for the first time. Un-
der the present law, a judge may
give a suspended sentence to first
offenders.
He said a tough new law In Ohio
has sent peddlers "running out of
Ohio to Detroit and Chicago just
as fast as they can go." He said
Ohio judges are imposing sentences
of from 30 to 80 years.
Opera Star Protests
'Slimming Spaghetti'
ROME. Dec. 15 (UP) Opera
star Maria Meneghini Callas has
sued a macaroni company over a
newspaper advertisement which
said she lost weight because she
ate "slimming spaghetti."
The suit was filed by Miss Cal-
las against the Pantanella Spa-
fhetti Co. It specifically named
rince Marcantonio P a c a 11 i. a
nephew of Popo Pius XII, in his
capacity as legal adviser to the
firm.
Pantanella makes a brand of
spaghetti which it claims works
contrary to the natural law of the
starchy Italian staple-its eaters
grow slim Instead of fat.
Miss Callas previously was the
picture of the classic opera diva.
While in her native United States
she once turned down the part of
the beauteous Madame Butterfly
because she was "to* fat." But in
recent months she slimmed down
to a lean and shapely 135 pounds.
Her doctor, Giovanni Cazsarolli,
signed an indorsement attributing
much of her slimming "to the
physiological spaghetti produced
by the Pantanella factory of
Rome." _
Miss CaUas objected. So she
sued the company and the doctor.
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PANUIA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAttY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15,1151
Government Refuses To Sue Organized Baseball*

Opinions Divided on Outcome
Of Ibarra-Cumberbatch Bout
\ Bud Wilkison Sees Trouble
Ahead For Oklahoma Jan. 2
By UNITED PRESS
Coach Bud Wilkinson of Ok
lahoma sees trouble ahead in
B the Orange Bowl football game.
Oklahoma plays Maryland
Jan. 2 ID Miami In what many
football men call the best bowl
attraction of all. Oklahoma won
the national championship this.
{"year, but Wilkinson remains
,i pessimistic as ever.
H
Ii He warn Oklahoma fans
. not to be "too hlajh on our
i! chances. We face our most
difficult assignment ever,"
! say Wilkinson ... "Maryland
,V w II hare all the underdog
psychology on her side."
i.
{' Wilkinson says he's keeping
> center Jerry Tubbs and quarter-
' back Jimmy Harris out of eon-
tact drills. Tubbs has an Injured
1 leg. and Harris hurt a shoulder
.In the last game of the regular
season.
Opinions appeared to be
equally divided today on the
outcome of the Toto Ibarra-By-
ron Cumberbatch boxing match
set for the National Gym Sun-
day night.
Ibarra's supporters insist
Cumberbatch will not be able to
weather the storm of Toto's
In another holiday classic, the powerful punches and hold his
men who should know pick Cv,fr * rount.
Georgia Tech fiver Pittsburgh
In the New Orleans Sugar Bowl.
Duke"was the nly team to play
those two clubs this year. Duke
lost-each time. The United Press
isked, Dttkp sfrters what tliev
thought of the Sugar Bowl
game. Only two picKed Prtts-
Unrph, though four others gave
a MU a chante for an upset.
Sports Shorts
-------
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)
Coach Jim Lee Howell will be
back as boss of the football
Giants next year.
Howellwho's been associated
with the grid Giants since 1937
has signed a new contract. The
-Giant management didn't an-
nounce terms, but did sav the
contract runs for two years. It's
believed Howell will receive more
than $12,000 for each of the two
years.
Sfcowell now 41 Joined the
Giants in 1937 as an end. He
played until 1942, when he Join-
ed the Marines. He returned as
an assistant coach, and became
head coach, replacing Steve
In pro football, coach Jim Le*
Howell says he'll try to get de-
fensive men for the New York
Oiants in the player draft next
month. The Giants have given
Howell a new two-vear contract
railing for more than $12.000 a
year.
The owner of another pro-
fesional club wn*s In m*Ve
the scoreboard clock the offi-
cial time-piece. Art Rooney of
Pittsburgh says hell offer his
proposal at the annual Na-
tional League meeting next
month in Los Angeles.
The National League also con-
firms that rookie fullback Alan
"The Horse" Ameche of Balti-
more was its top ball-carrier
this year. Other leaders Include
Otto Graham of Cleveland in
passin?.. Pete Plhos of Phllade'-
nhla In pass receiving Doak
Walker of Detroit in scoring...
and Norm Van Brocklln of Los
Angeles in punting.
Justice Department
Decides Against
Anti-Trust Test Suit
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)The government
has answered "no" to organized baseball's request
sue me. f
Sources in Washington say the! Baseball did have tight broad-
Justice Department has decided casting rules in the 40's. But,
Doctor OK's Tesis To Fight
Visitor Baragano Sunday
Other official figures Just re.
leased show the Chicago Bears
led in total offense ana rushing
..Philadelphia in passing...
Cleveland in total defense and .
pass defense... and Washington "our-round curtain raiser
In rushing defense.
Cumberbatrh's rooters claim
he w'll use his skill snd vast
experience to give the kid
from Chlriqui his first taste of
defeat.
Meanwhle, the fighters paid
no attention to pre-fight com-
ments and went steadily about
the bus'ness of getting ready
for the "fight of the year."
Both have been rough on
jarring partners and looked
"real good" In training. I.ee
crowds have been on hand this
week at the Maranon and Na-
tional Gyms to watch them go
through their paces.
I Cumberbatch, under youthful,
I but successful trainer. Vic Hill,
works out at Maraflon. The
shrewd veteran Alfredo Perez
hpndles Toto.
Sunday's program la the big-
jest and most important ven-
ture of Caras Nuevas 8.A. The
new promoting body started op-
erations In August of this year
and their cards have been well
supnorted.
Since their advent n the to-
eal boxinir feature, there has
neen a remsrkaM 'nerease of
Americans * attendance at
the Gvm, where all th nro-
grams have been held to date.
The Drorhotera have announc-
ed that sDeclal souvenir cards
J2E. !le *,ven *W8V to the first
'OOO'fans who pav their way in-
to the Gym Si'nday nlsrht
'Illo meet Block Bill In a six
rounder; Sonnv McKay boxes
Jupn 8alzflr In the four-round
main pre'im: pnd Arias MenHez
engages Juan Lezama in the
against starting a civil anti-
trust suit as a test, as proposed
by baseball. The sport asked for
the government challenge to
test restrictions It wants to im-
pose on the broadcast and tele-
cast of major league ball games-
Broadcasters now have almost
unlimited access to ball parks.
Restrictions
when the government began In-
vestigating the sport about 10
years ago, those rules were mod-
ified. Baseball wants to tighten
the restrictions again.. .but fear
the possibility of losing of triple-
damage suits. '
Apparently, baseball execu-
Restrictions baseball offl- tlves feel a government suit
cials say are needed to pro- would settle the Issue without
tect minor-league clubs ignored
by fans who turn to radio and
T-V for big-league games. Those
restrictionssays the broadcast-
erssmack of monopoly.
the oppressive cost of many in-
dividual court suits. But, the
government says no. Baseball
must find another answer for a
complicated problem.
Stanford, Indiana Ran 1-2
In Tough Schedule League
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editar
Owen.
*'
NEW YORK. Dee. 15 (UP)
The Boxing Writers' Association
has named welterweight cham-
pion Carmen Basilio "the fight-
e/of the year."
Basilio will receive the Edward
J. O'Nell bronze Dlaque at the
Boxing Writers' dinner In New
York next mon_th. He received
the award chiefly on his two
thrilling kayo victories over for-
mer champ Tony DeMarco this
year.
Middleweight champ Suer
Ry Robinson a'so was consider-
ed for the flghter-of-the-year
award. Instead. Sugar Rav will
receive a special award for pro-
ducing the upset of the year.
Friend Winds Up
Season With Lowest
Earned-Run Average
NEW YORK, Dee. 15 (UP)
General admission is $1.
La Boca Sport:
. * B(l?a'a Jun,or h,*h school
volleyball representatives cll-
!!axve,d "L,s year'8 campaign with
- n 1 uL.0Ver Rlnw City
Right-hander Bob Friend of the aVrnn f\'i0urt WednMd>y
Pittsburgh Pirates started the f"?,^",; Jakln& *he 'edicts
~ ia tS'7FfJSSfL The boys won
15-12 15-10 while the girls took
Elsewhere In Snorts:.
Latent dures from tr. mcaa
show Don Chandler of the Unl-
versltv of Florida won the nn-
Jor-colleffe punHrx chemnlon-
h'n with n ave>-e of more
h"n 44 ards on 72 kick*.
ie United States Olvmrj'c
ckev Committee has nlovd 22
liver*p'ne from Mai tfor thevAmerican Olympic
liad.
Officials have decided to hold
the 195*1 Atlantic Tuna Tonrna..
Kent at Po'nt Jnd'th PWe T*. reciba Cronln bought the 8an
*-irH. despite rou"h 'ivk nrevl- FJaascUco Reals with his ow
;slv. in the last three years. WpUBR- .The Cleveland Indiana
rne fishermen have caught say tbevll plav 30 home game*
fl*h ad two hurricanes. at night next season.
1955 baseball season by telling
off Branch Rickey. He finished
it by becoming the first major-
league pitcher to lead in earned-
run average while pitching for
a last-place club.
Official figures Just released
show Friend had an earned-run
average of 2.84. That gives him
a big margin over runnerup Don
Newcombe of Brooklyn, who al-
lowed 3.19 runs a game.
Friend won '14 games while
losing nine. But he almost didn't
last out the season. Rickeyat
that time general manager' of
the pirateswanted to farm out.
Frl'nd talked his boss out of it.
end the Pirates are building
their pitching staff around him
now.

Iff other baseball news. R^loh
Klner Says there's absolutely no
chance he'll try a comeback...
General manager Frank Lghe of
the Cardinals laugh* af offers
for" third baseman Ken Boyer...
The Boston Red Sox deny a pub-
Ished^epdrt that general-man--
their decision 15-11 and 15 to 10.
The termination of the vollev-
for ta.2Pa,,.*n *!?" leavea room
mt.^?b *nd softba"WOrK-
Nothln? coufd bTSSrIn^receS ^S^ *" W"ft
weeks In preparation for the 'M -M"n ?n the--iie,(i-
en-
Clty on
Sinfn. aMn' de to ""'"OV
rainfalls. However, the local kid*
are ready for their initial
counter with Rainbow
'he La Boca diamond.
wTomrrow. La Boca and Rain-
bow City Hf^h School perform-
ers will clash In the initial
h!LTnt? of the,r o"0*11 no-
Baseball tourn ments. The Pa-
cific 8Iders will cross the Isth-
mus for the tilts. Aceordin*? to
Standings
Development
YOUR
PICTURES
WITH
AGFA
talk among the La Bocans, they
ere confident of takln; the
rivals"* ir0m the,f AUantlc 8,de
a ^f t8oca High has played un
^.^ ball m ,H branches a
sports this year, and its repre-
sentatives are endeavoring to
keep their slates clean.
Big Jim Tatum's defense of
Maryland's push-over schedule
gives Lt. J, K. Williams of the
Navy a fresh approach to the
business of rating college football
teams.
Under Williams' unique poll,
Stanford and Indiana run 1-2 in
the nation. You won't find these
teams in bowl games, but if you
use Williams' ratings, they are
far ahead of such as Oklahoma,
which rates 64th; Maryland, 50th,
and Michigan State, 33rd.
These ratings are made by the
Tough Schedule League, which
Bees a team receive points for the
type of opponent it plays. So
Stanford, which was about 16th
in the usual season-ened polling,
wins the Tough Schedule League
crown because it tackled Ohio
State, Michigan State, UCLA and
Southern California.
Indiana, the runner-up, played
Michigan State, Notre Dame, O-
hio State and Michigan.
WITH THIS,' OKLAHOMA, Ma-
ryland, Michigan State and UCLA
the top four In national rank-
ings-finished far down the line
In Williams' poll. They didn't
play enough tough teamsand a-
ny football man will tell you that
next to having all the horses this
is the easiest way to finish on
the top.
To prove it, Williams, shows
hsd
But
ed a 17th place tie with Minneso-
ta among aggregations with rego-
rous schedules.
Teams with poor records found
top ranking on the basis of for-
midable foes. Alabama, No rth
Carolina, Louisiana State, Cl 1 i-
fornia, Georgia and Missouri,
none of which won more than
four games, are rated among the
20 teams with the more-trying
schedules.
On the other hand, Miami of O-
hio, which ranked 15th nationally
with a 9-0 record, failed to gain
a point in the Tough Schedule
League. Mississippi, rated 10th
with 9-1, scored one point.
They've got to meet all-comers
to get anywhere in the Tough
Schedule League.
Pro Cage Officials
Probe Telephone
Bribe Attempts
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)
The National Basketball Asso-
ciation Is Investigating an out-
break -of telephone bribe at-
tempts.
Coaches Charley Eckman of
Fort Wayne, Al Cervl of Syra-
cuse and Bobby Wanzer of Roch-
ester have reported such bribe
attempts In the past week. Each
caller offered money if the coach
would
Pedro Teals' Injury U not se-
rious enough to cause him to
call off his ten-round engage-
ment with Cuban Armando Ba-
ragano at the Colon Arena Sun-
day, Colon Boxing Commission,
Dr. Luis A. Puyol announced
yesterday.
The announcement-cleared up
the muddled situation that had
existed after Tests suffered a cut
over the right eyebrow in the
bcut he won by unanimous ver-
dict from Isidro Martinez Sun-
day night.
When doubt arose as to Te-
sis being able to fight this
Sunday, promoter Tula San
ches, who moves fast despite
her 300-odd pounds, signed np
Isidro In Tesas' .stead.
But the first contract super
sedes the second and Tesis will
be seen In action for the second
time in eight days come Sunday.
Baragano, a 23-year-old boxer,
is considered one of the bright
prospects among Cuba's light-
weights, a heavy puncher, he
has won most of his fights via
the kayo route.
He began working out with
Manuel Prescott Monday and
reports have it he looks good
An Impressive showing in Sun-
day's fight would earn him an-
other fight here, possibly a-
gainst Martinez.
Classy bantamweight Clau-
dio Martines,, boxea Rodolfo
Ampndia in the six-round sem-
ifinal, ciaud'e Is One of two !-
cal boxers who has defeated
Tote Ibarra.
Claudio decisloned Toto when
they were amateurs, but Toto a-
venged himself by stopping
Claudio when they met again as
pros. That haa been the only
loss suffered by Claudio since
his professional debut. He
knocked out Goyo Castaedas in
his last bout Oct. 17.
in the main prelim, Gregorio
Martinez battles Basilio Wil-
liams In a four-rounder. Carlos
Ortiz takes on Ortega St. Justin
in the curtain raiser, also set for
four heats.
TAHDING
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Teams-
Spur Col.................5
Chesterfield................2
Carta Vieja...............l
Won t,ost
0
3
5
Pet.
1.000
.400
.167
GB
3~
4'/,
played a schedule which rated on- JoTd"dowTthe ^ore^'
ly a tie with Baylor's for rugged- Pre8ld,nt M.rlc
I
EASTERN DIVISION
leca.
On the other hand, Iowa, which
wast hird, and Miami of Florida,
the fourth-place finisher, squared
off against the nation's best ev-
ery week.
In the Tou.gh Schedule League.
Williams, who formerly wrote of
sports in Chicago, awards points
for each game played against a
squad ranked in the top 20. A
game against No. 1 Oklahoma
gets 20 points, No. 2 Michigan
State 19, etc. One point is given
for each game with a "marginal"
school, or one not in the top 20.
_ Bonus point is awarded a team
branches nf which engaged three bop-ranked
opponents; two points if they
met four of the leading 20 temas.
No major team played five op-
ponents on the list of the 20 top-
ranked teams.
OWLY TWO OF THE top 30
besides Stanford and UCLA land-
ed among the Tough Schedule
League's first 20. Miami of Flor-
ida was ranked 14th nationally
and fourth In the rough schedule
I
Philadelphia
New York
Boston
Syracuse
W L
13 5
11 7
8 8
9
WESTERN DIVISION
Rochester
St. Louis
Fort Wayne
Minneapolies
9 9
9
8 9
5 15
Pet.
.722
.614
.500
.500
.500
.471
.471
.250
AGK. PRODUCTS
"B' Ava. 70
PAJUtfA
TUESDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 109, Boston 108
New York 96, Minneapolis 91
local Chess News
Dr. Octavie Fabrega nomi-
nated for pres dent of the
Panama Chess Center.
A large number of members
have proposed Dr. Octavio Fa-
brega for president of the Pan-
ama Chess Center in the com-
ing elections on Dec. it.
Dr. Fabrega has always been
an active chess enthusiast. We
are sure that under his direction
the club will continue its prog-
ress and success.
Extensive plans are being
oade for the future of tisis dun.
Organized activities, tourna-
ments and lecturas will be as
jnounced shortly.
The membership is tticrasssliag
Ijdally and the club now
1(110 members.
President Maurice podoloff of
the professional league says he
thinks "this is the work of some
crackpots. We are investigat-
ing," says podoloff, "but experi-
ence shows no one ever offers
bribes that way."
In college basketball, Coach
Ed Hickev of St. Louis Universi-
ty has charged Kansas Coach
Phog Allen with "hypocrisy."
Hickey lashed out at Allen for
r e e r u 1 ting seven-foot wilt
Chamberlain, a Philadelphia
youngster now a freshman at
Kansas.
Hickey spoke at the New York
Basketball Writers Association
luncheon via a tape-recorder.
He's especially Incensed because
St. Louis Is under NCAA proba-
tion for illegal recruiting.
Hickey recalls the blast Allen
once made against summer
basketball In the Catsklll Moun-
tain resorts of New York. Allen
called that summer program the
root of the college fix scandals.
Now Hickey points out that
Chamberlain played basketball
circuit. Notre Dame, ninth, gain- In the Catskills last summer.
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Last Night's
Rained Out
Game Jan. 5
The scheduled game be-
tween the Chesterf'eld Smok-
ers and the Spur Cola Soda-
men which was washed out
last night will be played Jan.
5, the Panama Pro League an-
nounced yesterday.
Ian. 5 is a Thursday, which
is one of the days of the week
that is "open date" in the
league. The other idle day is
Monday. Whenever practical,
postpened games wll be
squeeaed inte these twe days.
The loop's neat game, between
the Carta Vieja Yankees and
the Smokers, is set for tomor-
row night at the Olympe Sta-
dium, i
The Chesterfield front of-
f'ce has revealed that pitcher
Jerry Davis, who underwent
an emergency appendectomy
two weeka ago, will be sent
home mob.
Davis win be replaced by
Don Elston of the Brooklyn
Dodgers. Elston, who pitched
for Los Angeles, Open Classifi-
cation Pacific Coast League
last summer, arrived In Pana-
ma yesterday.
The Smokers have also con-
tacted another b'gh classifica-
tion hurlar who has accepted
terms but has not left the L'.s.
as yet because ef the illness of
his mother.
The pitcher, whose name
has not been officially dis-
closed, Is the property of the
New York Yankees. He worked
for Denver, Class AAA Ameri-
can Association last tasen.
Severe Rap On
Higher Education
CHICAGO f-NEA> The Won-
eat Wrestlers, through a publici-
ty retrase, have put a serious
rap on the value of higher educa-
tion.
"Professor" Roy Shire, Evan-
%!*. ^EF* RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield vs. Spur Cola (Postponed, Rain)
TONIGHtTgAME (Open Date)
TOMORROW NIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Harris 0-2) vs. Chesterfield
(Robinson 1-1)
Game Time: 7:30
College Cage Scores
TUESDAY NIGHT
EAST
Duquesne 63, St. Francia (Pa) 4s
Colgate 7, Columbia M
Trinity (Coan) , Williams M
St. Vincent (Pa) 5, Waynesburg
Morgan State 75, West Va Sute
61
Glenvllle (WVa) 115, Salem (W.
Va) 8
Montclalr 81, Peterson Tchrs 7
West Liberty 80, Aldersoa-Brosd-
dus 76
Merrimack 62, Lowell Tech 60
Brown 78, Northeastern 51
Fairmont (WVa.) 72, W. Va.
Wesls'n 65
Oneonta 57, Albany (N.Y.) Tchrs.
56
Quinnipiac (Coan.) 107, Kings
(Ky.) 60
Lemoyne (N.Y.) 7, Oswego 55
Alfred 81, Clarkson 79
Grove City 1, Edinboro 52
Slippery Rock 75, Clarion 65
Hunter 85, N.Y. Maritime 79
SOUTH
George Washington M, W. Virgi-
nia 79
N. C. State 100, Clemson 88
Morehead (Ky.) 92, Wash-Lee 87
Davidson 78, Va. Tech 78
Furman 105, Wofford 66
Hampden-Syd. 72, Norfold Wm.aY
Mary 54
N'western La. 75, Midwestern
(Tex.) 72
Florida Southern 81, Rollins 7
Elon 104, Guilford 57
Appalachian 92, Carson-Newman
85
Fsk 69, Morris Brown 63
Athen (Ala.) 75, Lambuth (Tenn.)
67
Grambling (La.) 108, Tuskegee 62
S'western La. 83, East. N.M. 80
(2 over.)
Paducah JC 80, Lindsey-WUaon
(6) 87
Quantico Marines 130, Ft. M o n-
mouth 85
William Carey 87, Mlllsaps 58
MIDWEST
Illinois 103, Notre Dame 83
Marquette 71, Miami (Ohio) 85
Michigan State 99, Southern Illi-
nois 71
Bradley 73, Canlslus 88
Detroit 76, Bowling Gree 80
Calvin 87, Alma 58
Ohio Univ. 84, Marietta 14
Chicago Univ. 76, George Wl 1-
liams 59
Western Illinois 79, Loras 55
Lake Forest 87, North Central
(HI.) 58
Lewis (111.) 84, Illinois Tech 74
Wayne (Neb) 78, South Dakota
S'ern 76
Rickhurst 74, Warrensburg (Mo.)
53
Michigan Tech 82, Superior (Wis.)
64
Mission House 83, Milwaukee Ez-
tea. 81
Milwaukee State 84, St. Norbert
82
Rolla Mines 78, Westminster
(Mo.) 88
Waahburn 93, Ottawa (Kan.) 82
St. Benedicts (Kan.) 91, Kaa. Ci-
V U. 84 '
Min.i Duluth 85, St. John (Minn.)
79
Valle) City (N.D.) 99, Wahpeton
Sci. 56
Gustavus Adolphus 70, Macales-
ter 64
Augusburg 70, St. Olaf 88, (over-
time)
Huron (S.D.) 88, Yankton 77
Gen. Beadle Tchrs. 79, S. Dak.
Mines 78
Augustan* (S.D.) 62. Midland 56
So. Dak. State 90, St
(Minn.) 68
Oberlin 91, Kenn (Ohio) 68
Wilmington 71, Cedarville 83
Muskingum 88, Otterbein 88
SOUTHWEST
Phillip Oilers 108, Texas 81
Henderson (Ark.) 77, Louisisna 71
Arkansas Tech 80, Hendrix 72
Hamline 77, Arizona State (Tem-
pe) 84
FAB WEST
5,
Sacramento
Pasadena
Col. of Pacific
SUte 48
Santa Barbara 89,
Narte -83
Regis 80, Los. Angeles Loyola 88
San Jose St. 65, San Fr'cfcco St.
Beetle Pacific 86, Oregon Tech 77
San Diego State 7, Calco SUt4
Ricks 80, College of Idaho 73
HIGH SCHOOL
ide 34
Miami
Browsrd
Belle Glade 4, Pahokeel
Fort pierce eo; Mfftwr-
Coral Gables 57, South
Miami Jackson 67, No
48
Miami Beach 47, South
48
Miami High 71, Key West 44
Hiaieah 45, St. Patrick's 42.
Seacrest 80, Pompano 31
Lakeland 59, Hillsborottfh 87
Qearwater 66, Olph of Tampa 29
Leesburg 62, Gainesville M
Jesuit 40, Boca Ciega 85
Wimauma 63, Brandon 39
Bushnell 104, Clermont 28
WUdwood 36. Zephyrhifls 15
Lake Wales 81. Raines City 38
Wauchula 58, Scoring 47
Largo 98, Admiral Farragui 38
Wint. Haven 55, PUnt City 53 (8
over.)
Brooksville 84, Webster 35
Lake Placid 50, Immokslee 41
Daytone. Beach Seabreeze 59, Co-
coa 44
DeLana 54, Sanford 52
New Smyrna Bch. 78, St. Aug.
Ket'nus 75
Jacksonville Jackson 87, Palatka
48
Jax DuPont 57, Jax Paxon 55
Crescent City 57, St. Aug. Deaf
4c Bid 43
Jax Beach Fletcher 67, St. Aug.
St. Jo*h 42
Baldwin 49. Starke 44
Mayo 67, Lake Butler 53
Folkston 80, Callahsn 59
Centra Catholic 56, Pine Crest
38
FIGHT RESULTS
(Tuesday Night)
Luther (Iowa) 77, Upper Iowa 88 jtnj$ 10
Wartburg 83, Dubuque 84
Parsote 116, Simpson 75
MIAMI BEACHMiguel D i s s,
150, Hsvsns. outpointed D a n a y
Giovanelli, 150, Brooklyn, 10. -
HOLYOKE, Mass.Bobby Cour-
chesne, 130V*, Holyoke, outpointed
Leroy Jones, 129V*. Hlifax, 10.
TRENTON, N. J.Joe Rowan,
186, Phoenlxville, Pa. outpointed
Zack Hobhs, 176Vi, Philadelphia,
EAST ST. LOIS, Ills.-Chsrlle
(Sonny) Listn, 209, St. Louis,
stopped Larry Watson, 181, Oma-
ha. 4.
STOCKTON, Calif.Tanny Cam-
po, im, Manila, outpointed
Jorge (Pulga) Herrerra, 116V,
Mexico City. 10.
RICHMOND. Calif -Cleo Lane,
129V*, Oakland, Calif, outpointed
Nunu Handle, 132, Richmond. 10.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.Johnny
Gonsalves, 139. Oakland. Calif.
outpointed Henry Davis, 138V*. Ho-
nolulu, 10.
.. BIRMINGHAM. EnglandJack
C1 o u d Gardner, 3S0V4, London, outpoint-
ed Kitone Uve, 197V4, Tonga fe-
stn, DI., rassler, "got his nlek-i Westmsr 83, Buena VlsU
name through legitimate means,
the wrestling people claim in a
note to the press.
"He earned a BA at Northwest-
ern, then sUyed on to win his
master's, meanwhile instructing
physical education classes' u an
assistant professor.''
Shirt wears a black frock, mor-
tar-board hat and master's de-
gree black and purple
piece In the ring.
Northwestern denies reports
that Its entire educational system
is being investigated.
Vincennes (Ind.) 133, Lincoln (111.)
72
Greenville (HI.) 82. Blackburn 70
E. Cent. Okla. S3, N'easteru Ok-
ie. 87
Tarkio 72, Peru (Neb.) 66
Cea. Okla. 77, S'western Okla. 71
(2 over.)
Doane 87, Nebraska Weeleyan 78
Findlay 65, Ashland 63
Indiana Central 107, Manchester

c o 11 a r i Huntmgton 84, Marian 61
Hanover 111, Earlaam 80
Anderson 83, Taylor 87
Franklin 85, udians Tech
Detroit Tech 77, Tri-SUte
75
LITTLE LIT
80
(Ind.)
No mortar how much o mas*
criticizes his wife, he never quaa
her choice oi o husband.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 195S
THE PANAMA AMERICA* AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEW8PAPR
r AGE TROTEEN
Patrol les, Tunneys Outnumber Those Who Wind Up Sugarless
Reproduce Same Actions
Every Time Ball Is Rolled
Ttnth ef II illustrated and in-
itructivt arricia writttn far
NEA Service
By BUZZ FAZIO
ABC Matters Champian
SOME delight in rolling a big.
booming hook for-the pleasure of
watching the ball hook rather than
working on a consistent hook that
is not so pretty to watch.
Concentrate on going through
the fundamentals the same each
timefootwork, armswing, tim-
ing. Coordinate wrist and finger
action with these things. The goal
is to mechanically reproduce the
same actions each time you roll
a ball.
When you release the ball, the
center of the V formed by your
thumb and forefinger should be
pointing directly at the pins. The
thumb cornea out of the ball first,
the fingers last.
If you'll set your ball down on
the floor, put your fingers in the
holes and leave your thumb out,
vou'll see very quickly how the
fingers come out last, .giving spin
to the ball. If a eounter clock-
wise spin. v
When the hook is released, the
bail rolls down the alley in a
straight line. As it nears the pins
and loses speed, spinning action
takes hold.
Finger action is important.
Some use lift and turn.
The hook is a good strike get-
ter. It diesn't deflect from its
path too easily when hitting the
pins.-
BETWEEN
HOUWME
By JIMMY BRF.SLIN
NEW YORK -(NEA) -The!
bea} (hoe shine going, they, say,!
is produced by the quick moving
hands of Sidney Walker, who
works in the barber shop of-' a
Miami Beach, Pit., hotel.
That Sid shines shoes for a liv-l
ing is considered, in most places,;
a bcandal. This is the fellow
who, as Beau Jack, made e- _,, _.
nough money- with the light-, LOS ANGELES (NEA) -The
weight championship of the world wraps are off young Floyd Pat-
to handle his own needs for two terson, with Manager Cus D Ami-
lifetimes to on the verge of launching a cnai-
Then there's the other Walker lenge that will shove his
Walker Smith, or Ray Robin-
ssn, the be exact. He had to come
by TTTURPAV,
O
f
In the ring with Rocky Marciano
in '56 ... and why' the brilliant
! back to boxing~at~35. And he has Brookiynite confining himself to
!to remain In the business for |west coast rings? Cus_taya UWI-
some time to come in order to
square a close to $100,000 tax
debt with the givernment.
Take the Beau and Robinson,
and toss in Joe Louis, who Is at
the, point where It is doubtful
he'll ever get even with the 1750,- turf green where
000 he owes the government, and scarcely any sprouts-
kid'ever wants
BC applies the same deep freeze
to him that It's put on Al Welil's
fighters......
This is the laid where they
even ate makeup on football
fields .... spraying the Coliseum
there are
you wonder why a
to go into the game. Even if he
hits the top, you'd say, he still
wands up with an altered face
and a Hat wallet.
But a check of big-name fight-
ers of the past shows that these
cases are far outwelghted by those
of such as Billy Petrolle. .
Billy, the old Fargo Express, is
back in the North Dakota city
from which he started. But he
isn't shining shoes. He's too bu-
sy With his duties as bank presi-
dent and head of a large iron
foundry.
FINGER .
slo's lagers are blurred
fast action shot as they give lift
to the ball at the instant It it
tent down the alley.
Norm Van Brocklin of the Rams
has played the entire National
Koo'ball League season with chips
of bone floating around in the
knuckles of his throwing hand an
injury that dates back to the exhib-
ition season when he wss sent
sprawling by a San Francisco 4er
who's had a bit of hand trouble
himself -Charley Powell, the frag-
ile-fisted pugilist.... Van Brocklin
insists the day of the long pass in
football is practically over because
of the virtuosity o de f e n a I e
backs......
Arenad the NFL, jwrterhaek
Ralph Guglielmi is known as The
Gook....
At the swank Huntington in Pa-
sadena a dowager gushed over
the fine educational background of
Pasadena a dowager gushed over
OtptBuaJ,
___Narm Vaw BroefcHn
Although he's Mt lost his speed,
Baddy Young's threat as a rna-
aiag bark 1 svirtuaUy aU...becante
after 10 years he's still aot master-
ed the art of fallowing his hlockers
... and the teams that sed to put
two mea on him now settle for
one....
the fine educational background of
the visiting Bsltimore Colts U*
niversity of Illinois, Texas, 1
Dame, Pittsburgh and so on... until
she came to guard Alex Sandusky,
who blurted, "Harvard, ma m. ...
A Colt dragged Alex aside and
whispered, "Why'd you tell her
that for?" ... "Shucks," he replied,
1 felt ashamed to tell her I was
from Clarison Teachers -she nev-
!er would have heard of it. ...
(Along The Fairways
TETTENBURN AND I- RER-
ENZ TIED FOR LEAD IN SUM-
MIT'S ROYAL MOUNTED
TOURNAMENT
Owner Carroll Rosenbloom of the
Bsltimore Colts was a teammate
and roommate of Marty Brill at
Pennsylvania in the 1920s .. until
Brill put the slug on a Penn Assis-
tant coach and hiked off to Notre
Dame and stardom, with Carroll in
tow .... But Carroll didn't stick a-
round because Papa insisted that
education came before football ...
Another jplayer the Fighting Irish
lost wasLu Arthur Donovan, rat-
ed the finest of pro tackles be-
cause when he re-enrolled after
a hitch in service they told him
they didn't want him "You're not
good enough to play football here."
Bowl Brief
By UNITED PRE8S
OXFORD, Miss. Mississip-
pi's rebels got their first taste
of scrimmage Tuesday in getting
ready for the Cotton Bowl as
coach Johnny Vaught ordered
"full speed ahead" in the drills.
Vaughtpushing the get the
squad In shape after n two-
week layoffordered both of-
fensive and defensive scrim-
magewith the B-team run-
ning Texas Christian plays In
defensive workout.
Before the scrimmage session,
the backs worked on pass of-
fense and defens,. while the
linemen brushed up on blocking
assignments.
The drill ended with a session
on punting, punt protection and
punt returns, and a period of
calisthenics. '
, ATLANTA Oeorgla Tech
brushed up Its seldom used net-,
ml attack yesterday as the engi-
neers stepped up preparations
for their battle with Pittsburgh
in the Sugar Bowl.
The first and second Tech
units avoided contact work, but
put in a long session working
on pass playa Quarterbacit
Wade Mitchellwho spent most
of the season handing off to
Tech's sharp running backs-
appeared sharp, particularly on
a running pass.
. Th* Tech third stringers ran
against a. B-team using Pitt De-
fenses, and managed to move
well through the air.
At Minnesota, when a play runs
off smoothly in practice, Coach
Murray Warmatk claps his hands
end shouts, "Now we're heading
aerth" a confirmed rebel...
Ronnie Knox will make only a
token Rose Bowl appearance at
AUBURN, Ala. Auburn con-
tinued to work on conditioning,
but the Tigers are expected to
get down to hard work later this
week as hey prepare for the Ga-
tor Bowl and Vanderbllt.
The Tigers fell out in sweat
clothes for a second straight
day and coaches limited the
drills to a little running and
a short dummy drill.
Only one player missed the
drill. Halfback Bobby Hoppe Is
still suffering from a bad cold:
gwh
Stuns
Just Unpacked...
Ton don't need
money
Just Say:
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COLON .
W
and
They're far from alone. Gene
Tunney is usually found in his
busy investment office in New
YorK >nd Tommy Loughran is fa-
miliar to Wall Streeters as a big i with his 14 handicap
Howrd Tettenburn and Leo
Eberenz were tied,for the, l*ad
after three weeks of play in the
Royal Mounted Ringer at Sum-
mit Hills. Their scores were even
par 70*.. .
NASHVILLE, tenn. Van-
derbilt continued Its Gator Bowl
preparations on a catch-as-
catch-can basis today, as many
of the players were i again forced
to skip practice for final exams.
The backs that were on hand
best because, slthoughhls ankle in worked on Mt ltys w, th
jury^wtll be healed, he wont .be few IIneme present played vol-
in shape.... Lean guard and cap-;]ey btll
tain Hardiman Cureton isn't highly Quart,
Faltering Philip!
Philip's Ufo Is filled with braises
Well-worn steps and rags be atea.
Repairs would loare tus now like new.
r A. Classifieds, fast the rirhl eluel
regarded as a pro prospect
-de
here
espito his'size,and speedbe-
cause of a tendency to loaf on the
field.... West Virginia's Joe Marco-
ni, sped west by his prospective
employers,, the Rams, aays soph
Mickey Trimarki It a better paa-
,,, ser right now than Freddy Wyant
Ben Williams ws in second, (ht Mountaineer quarterback hell
place with a 72 and Harry CoI-.dilBlaec<>>
bert third with a 74.
HELP WANTED California counts on Duane Asplund, left,
6-6, and Illinois hopes 6-7 Ted Calazza comes through to ease a
height problem this winter. Asplund Is a senior who saw little
action last year, while Calazza Is a touted TlUnl sophomore.
OUT OF DOORS with
sugsr broker.
As Chico Vejar noted the other
day, for every two or three cases
'of fighters running through a for-
tune, there are countless who
never will have a financial worry
bee i use of their fists.
"Even those who run through it
have gotten something," Chico
said. "You take a kid driving a
truck for 70-80 dollars a week.
He goes into the ring and makes
30 or 40 grand a year. He moves
away from the neighborhood into
a. high class hotel, drives a big
car doesn't put a thing on h 1 s
bsck less than $200.
"When he's finished he goes
hfback to the truck and the old
neighborhood. But he's still had
something iie never could
Tettenburn's 80 shot Dec. 3.
ave him
a net 66 which was good for two
bottles of Royal Mounted for
low net and gross score of the
week. Tet also has the most
birdies (3).
tionsl Boxing Club smiles when
this point is brought up. Harry
handled Joe Louis for a stretch
and the Brown Bomber's mone-
tary habits are no secret to him.
Bantamweight ..Billy Peac e e k
dared out o fThailand with $5,*M
in cold cash after all because Mt
manager took the trouble to write
a letter to aThail political blg-Wlg
suggesting he'd like a fight over
there.....
Between you'n'me, Paul Brown
still hssn't gotten over the de-
parture of erstwhile aide Weeb Ew-
bank to head the Colts ... he won't
negotiate a trade or slate an exhi
tion with Baltimore...
Quarterback Don Orr who
has been suffering from a dis-
located elbowdrilled on punt-
ing and. did a fair job despite
his bad arm. '
Today Encanto .25 .IS
WAHOO! S115.M
Ginger Rogers, in
'THE BLACK WIDOW"
Maria Montes, in
THIEF OF VENICE"-
Today IDEAL. .20. .10
Leo Gorcey, in
"HERE COMES THE
. MARINE"
Gene Tlerney, in
"WAY OF THE GAUCHO"
"How did he go broke? Well,
here's an illustration,'' Harry
says. "We were In a Chicago ho-
tel and Joe says to me, 'Do they
have a telegraph florist service
here? If they do, here's $50. I
went you to send flowers to a
woman in Arizona. I met her in
have the USO during the war and she
gotten if he stayed on the truck is dying now.'
He lived like a king. What's so
bad about that?"
Alabama' Big Fih Report
By AL McCLANE
Fining Editor
ALABAMA is a state t h a t is
varied in *"** ."" Heavlst fishing on this Tennetsee
bass, wall-ejed pike, pickerel are taken in these Uilwaters.
ouSniefi,hUniSh, *nd h8t ucs 0{ IPinnin "* ,nd
rougn asn.. reel outfiu m y,^ Wltm coin.
Its" fishing is chiefly in the jW-j cides with thiisame'^f |
n.'tur I^T^^^^^^ ^^^
"? *.rA 2L beeB Mtremely M.ke inouiries a. to fishing at
"I told him the hotel had the
service. So he sayt, 'send her
Fighters usually live a spsrtan those flowers every week.'
life while their csreers are hot,J
creates Guntersville Lake, seven- $o it often puzzles as to how they "She died 10 weeks later so
ty-five miles long. These three re-'can run through a barrel of cash Joe hvd spent $500. And it took
servoir lakes comprise more than while going to bed early each him less than a minute sitting in
200,000 acres with some 2,000 miles night. i a hotel room, to spend it, too.
of shoreline and a seemingly end-j Harry Mendel of the Interna- "Imagine If he had some time?
less array of jagged bays.
productive of fish.
Make inquiries at to fishing
Richsrd City, Bridgeport, Scotts-
Pickwick Dam, on the Ten-; boro, Columbus City and Guntors-
nessee River, creates Pickwick ville.
SboaU W5AFloerSS Alabama Best times f fishing these and
A? Muscle Snoa is WUson most all other Alabama waters is
Dam whithereatet Wilson Lake, from April 1Jo June M. The sum-;
bemc about eiahtv miles'in length, mert are cooking hot Late Sep-,
A^e Sat X riier is crossed ^ ternber to the 1st of December is
by the Guntersville Dsm which best in the autumn.
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Pattatita American
"Let the people know the truth, and the country is safe'* Abraham Lincoln,
Read story on page 12
Cold War
Re-launched,
Says Dulles
31st TEAS
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1955
FIVE CENTS
* REPUBLICANS MEET Republican Congressional leaders lunch at a hotel after meeting with
2President Eisenhower at the White House. Left to right (seated): House minority leader, Jo-
* aeoh Martin- Vice President Richard Nixon; and Rep. Charles Halleck. Standing (left to
* risUlt)' Senate minority leader WBllam Knowland; and Republican national committee chair-
man Leonard Hall, who lunched with the Republican leaders,___________
% i in i '"--------------''
hurch. Congress Leaders Hail Decision

Jo Share Surplus Food With Hungry World
President To Miss His Neighbors'
Xmas Greetings-Doctors' Orders
GETTYSBURG, Pa. Dec. 15 id* social invitations for the
(UP) The town of Gettysburg rest of this wook.
will sing a merry Christmas sa-
lute to President Eisenhower in
the town square tonight, but the
President will miss his neigh-
bors' Yuletide greetings.
Because of his doctors' orders
to slow down for a whllo, Mr.
Eisenhower is accepting no out-
The people of Gettysburg were
disappointed that the President
cannot attend their Christmas pa-
geant.
But, according to Presidential
press secretary James C. Harger-
ty, Mr. Eisenhower's inability to
be present reflects no lack of
I
* WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP)
Diplomatic sources said privately
today that the new "Share our
surplus" program should be a
highly effective demonstration of
American friendship.
Church, relief and Congres-
sional loaders also praised th
program which will send free
food to more than 18.to0.oao
hungry families all over the
world.
Their comments:
The Rev. R. Norris Wilson, ex-
ecutive director of Church World
Service, relief agency of the Na-
tional Council of Churches"This
program is a tangible expression
of the goodwill that the American
people feel for the less fortunate
everywhere.' It U a magnificent
Victory for human brotherhood."
Msgr. Edward E. Swanstrom of i
Catholic Relief Services "The
Christmas season is a particular-
ly appropriate time of year for
announcement of this decision to
share our abundance with those
in need throughout the world."
Moses Leavitt, Executive direct-
or of the Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, and chairman of
th* American Council of Volunta-
ry Agencies"The voluntary a-
gencies appreciate the opportuni-
ty thus afforded to lend addition-
al help to people in need all over
the world.'
Richard W. Reuter. executive
director o ARE-'This is t h e
answer to our prayers."
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
T. Benson said it is an "appro-
priate" step for the nation to
take in the period between
Thanksgiving and Christmas. The
food will start moving overseas a-
bout Jan. 1.
The shipments will include
wheat, flour, corn meal, rice,
dried beans, dairy products and
cottonseed oil.
They will ft* to some 47 eoun-
Hres with th* largest shipments
probably scheduled for Germa-
ny, Italy, Greece, Austria, Yu-
goslavia, India, Japan, Korea
and Jordan.
These countries received the
largest amount of aid from vol-
untary U. S. relief agencies dur-
ing 1955.
he food will be supplied free
make it possible to deliver a-
bout $20 worth of food to needy
families abroad.
The food will come from
government's huge stock of more
than 57.700,000,000 worth of sur-
plus farm products.
This has been one of Benson's
biggest trouble spots in dealing
with the critical farm, problem.
The church leaders met with
Benson last month to make their
charitable appeal.
They said the Agriculture De-
partment had placed too narrow
Series Of Zone Christmas Programs
Begins Tonight At Balboa Junior High
neighborliness. It simply means
the President is following his doc-
tors' advice.
Mr. Elsenhower also is keep-
ing his work to a minimum. Ho
planned brief conferences with
his staff today but otherwise
will spend his time resting and
walking around his farm.
Gettysburg has decorated Lin-
coln Square in the center of town
The annual series of Christ-1 Fort Kobbe: 1:45 p.m., Decem-
,. maa music programs arranged ber 20, in the school auditorium
* by the students of the various Qatun: 9 a.m., December 21
Canal Zone schools Will begin in the school patio,
tonight with a concert given at Pedro Miguel: 9 a.m. De-
7:30 by the students of the Bal. cember 21, in the school patio
boa Junior High School in the* North Margarita: 9:30 am
Balboa Lower Gymnasium. December 21, in the gymnasium"
I Diablo Heights: 10:30 am
More than 200 Balboa Junior, December 21, In the gymnasium
High school students are mem-! Cocoli: 1Q:45 a.m., December
bers of the chorus which will 121, tinder the building,
present a program of Christmasj Balboa: 8:15 a.m., December
an interpretation on a law enact-: carols accompanied^ b Jf Ue 22, In the school patio.
erP'
ed by Congress last year. It au-| school orchestra of 38 students.
thorized free allocation of surplus
farm goods to voluntary relief a-
gencies for distribution to the
needy overseas.
However, the department had
released only farm products
and shipped overseas by the gov-, which were in danger of spoiling
ernment. Relief agencies must ln storage, chiefly dairy products
raise funds from private contribu-
tions to handle the cost of distri-
bution overseas.
Benson set no limit on the
amount of surplus foods to be
provided by the government. This
will depend on how much the re-
lief agencies ask. In turn, this
will depend on how much money
they can raise from the public to
pay distribution costs.
Since these expenses ur com-
paratively small, church lead-
ers estimated that each dollar
of private contributions will
and cottonseed oil.
Benson said all of the surplus
food released for foreign distribu-
tion also will be available to dom-
estic relief agencies.
The principal demand from re-
lief groups, however, has been
for commodities to fight starva
tion abroad.
Tomorrow
Zon schools
two other Canal
have Christmas
fsr.1 lux r--
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WONDERFUL RELEASE!
2:55 3:58 8:27 8:59 p.m.
I
Seating Of Japanese
In 56 May Be Used
As Political Lever
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Dec.
15 (-UP) The United States
pressed the Soviet Union today
for a firm promise that it would
agree to a United Nations seat
for Japan next year.
But informed sources believed
that Russia, in doing a turn-a-
bout on the membership ques-
tion, would try to use admission
of Japan as a political lever to
gain admission of Outer Mongo-
lia and possibly Communist Chi-
na.
Japan was excluded by Soviet
veto from the group of 16 new
U. N. members which took their
seats as the Security Council met
in plenary session.
Tht Security Council was to
vote on an American resolution
recommending that Japan be elect-
ed to membership at the aasem.
bly*s nth session in 1956.
The new members, recommend- a. rwcember 15 LACSA in-
ed by the Security Council and e- au^ras r^w fliRhtsto Salva-
"* "^ SKexico and Miami and also
concerts planned. They are the
Rainbow City High School with
a concert scheduled for 7:30
p.m. in the Rainbow City Gym-
nasium and the Rainbow City
Elementary school with a
Christmas program to be given
at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and
1:30 p.m. in the Rainbow City
school building.
Other elementary and second-
ary school programs are sched-
uled for next week.
Th8 Balboa High School con-
cert will be held this year ln the
Balboa Stadium on Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock. The program)
will be a combined Christmas
pantomime and concert by the
school orchestra, school bandi
and school choirs. The program
will be concluded with a com-
munity carol sing
Students at the La Boca Hign
School will hold their annual
Christmas program Wednesday,
night at 8 in the school study
hall
As usual, the Cristobal High
School program will be held in
two parts. It is scheduled for
Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock
with the first part being held in
the school auditorium and the
second part outside on the
school lawn. Music will be fur-
nished by the school band.
Christmas music programs
will be held in most of the ele-
mentary schools next week.
Dates, places and tlmea lor
the programs follow: _____
Ancon: 8:30 a.m., December 22
in the park in front of the
school.
Crlstob*!: 10:30- a.m., Decem-
ber 22, in the school hall.
South Margarita: 1:30 p.m.,
December 22, in the school i
pa-
Oamboa: 10:30 a.m., December
23, in the Gamboa Civic Center.
Paraso: 7:30 p.m., December
22, on the school grounds.
..^ B 19, in the High School study
nail.
Chigre: 10 a.m., December
19, in front of the school.
Santa Cruz: 1:30 p.m., Decem-
ber 21, under the schooll
MEETS WITH IKESenate
Republican Leader William F.
Knowland arrives at the White
House to attend the meeting
of top Republican Congres-
sional leaders on the Adminis-
tration's legislative program
for next year.
with a colorful Christmas scene
that includes a "Santa Shanty"
where St. Nicholas arrives during
the evening.
Signs around the Yuletide set-
ting proclaim, "Santa Comes to
Story Town."
The idea that the President
might be a participant in the
Christmas celebration started
when Leroy E. Smith, vice pres-
ident of the Gettysburg chamber
of commerce, wrote Hagerty on
Dec. 9:
"The combined choirs of G e t-
tysburg will sing a Merry Christ-
mas salute to President and Mrs.
Eisenhower, the White House
press secretary and his wife, and
the White House press corps' at
7:30 o'clock Thursday evening,
Dec. 15, in front of the Hotel
PARIS, Dec. 15 (UP)- Secret*.
' of state John Foster Dull_
na sas rsss**
at bap* f orthe new Cold War.
in th MiH^en,ve hM developed
Aai. f M,\eJ"1 ,nd Southeast
Asia. He called it a serious threat.
In a speech of nearly an hour
assessing the zigzag, % soviet
Policy, the secretary o/atate said
S^." offering both .id
and technicians in those two areas.
Aad he pointed out that Russia
ha the huge stocks *f abaoles-
*k i *i8 * otter even though
f* tac many consumer goods.
West Germany had earlier pro-
mised the Atlantic alliance today
never to bow to Soviet threats or
blandishments.
Heinrich von Brentano, West
Germrny'i tall, Uegant foreign
minister, told the foreign, defense
and finance ministers of the 14
other NATO nations that hia coun-
try would never give into the Sov-
iet plans to unify Germany by
ommunizing her.
Germany was present for the
first historia time at the annual
preciation for the world-wide rec-
ognition all of you have given
Gettysburg."
The manager of the hotel, Hen-
ry Scharf, had reserved his hotel
balcony for the President and his
party.
The people of Gettysburg
should not feel too badly about
the President's inability to at-
tend their celebration. After ell,
he has been forced, because of
his illness and recuperative pe-
riod to forego h* winter social
season in Washington, a source
of distinct pain for the eiplemat-
ic corps end many of Washing-
ton's more prominent hostesses,
who pace their social plans to
those of the White House.
If Gettysburgh residents want
to see the President any time
soon, they can watch him on tel-
evision Sunday afternoon.
He will push a button which
will light the national Christmas
Gettysburg, Lincoln Square. TheiNATO review session to plan th*
salute is an expression of our ap- defense of the West. The Western
European Union (WEU) stomped
final approval last night on the
German program that will give
half a million men to the Atlantic
forces.
Lt. Gea. Haas Speidel, com
annder of embroyo Ger man
ground forces, walked into the
conference room wearing the
dove gr*y, red-lapelled uniform
of th new German army for the
first time at a NATO council
m meting.
He good-naturaedly stood while
the ministers tared and flash
bulbs popped.
The first item of NATO business
was a report by secretory-general
Lord Ismay on tht civil defense
and war emergency planning car-
ried out in 1955.
Ismay's report said that much
has been done in the past year
to "coordinate" technical arrange-
ments for civil defense in the
member countries.
Considerable progress also was
tree in Washington and make a!made in laying down rules for al-
short, televised talk to the coun-1 locating shipping in the vent of
try on the spirit of Christmas, a war.
TODAY
LACSA Offers New,
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THE THREE WISHES
lected by the assembly last night,
were Jordan, Ireland, Portugal,
Italy, Austria, Finland, Cevlon
Nepal, Libya, Cambodia, Laos
and Spain, all backed by the
West, and Soviet satellites Alba-
nia, Hungary, Romania and Bul-
garia.
Their election came after the
Soviet Union agreed to drop Out-
will offer new, more convenient
flight schedules for its passeng-
ers, Mr. Manuel J. Grajales.
LACSA special Representative In
Panama announced today.
Mr. Grajales stated that new
flights from Panama will now
Include three flights weekly to
Salvador via San Joe*; three
PRICES: .75 .40
SHOWS:
1:30 3:05 5:95
7:05 9:05 p.m.
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and brother how they worked I...
vetr. T !S Wlthi-iw, 'l tohts weekly to Mxico via San
el* ie.*11 her cndKUtes ex- jol and Salvador and five
T c Pmh....^ u u^ iKhts weekly to Miami in both
riL ...^ ? S r VenIy F,bo directions va San Jos. Havana
Lodge tried to amend the Soviet I or Qran ^solution to include Japan butl A11 fll(rnta to Havana. Miami.
Soviet Delegate Arkady A. Sobo- Mxico. Grand Cavman and Sal-
r^r,Kfrn,,U^vt tuV Salvador are aboard the new Super
curit> Council veto to block the'Convalr 340s Mr. Grajales point-
ed out
mSSffli Sb0le^ "m,,iBdw***! An added feature of LACSA's
Russia still supported m em b e r-new schedules Is a convenient
SJr.!p, ,nd.. m.lrtiy 5L1" and standardized hour of de-
5!rL?^tPntof ti matter narture on all flights of 10:30
until aext year. a.m. (Mercurio)
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