The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
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AN INDEPENDENT ^^/TlVmS^^, DAILY NEWSPAPER ,
Manama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe*9 Abraham Lincoln.
SeagramsYOs
CANADIAN
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list YEAR
US-Rate Drivers
Appeal Denied
PANAMA, R. P., 8ATDRDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1955
P1YK CENTS
Twenty-three American cor-
ral driven teem to be on the
losing end of a three-year-old
battle against the Panama
Canal Co. protesting their re-
placement by lecal-rate work-
ers.
A letter from the civil Service
Commission in Washington re-
ceived on the Isthmus today,
upheld the Panama Canal Co. a
stand, and means strike two has
been chalked up against the
chauffeurs who on Dec. 28, 1033
llled a complaint against Gov.
Reynold and the company ask-
ing for a permanent Injunction
for forbidding their replacement
with local-rate personnel.
The suit, signed by-23 chauf-
feurs was entitled "E. N. Eberly
and John B. Bombek, vs. the
Panama Canal X3o. and John S.
Seybold, the President thereof."
In backing the Canal Co., the
Civil Service Commission stated
In its letter: r >
"Until a few years ago the
heavy truck driver posltfons
of the Panama Canal Co- were
all en the U.S. pay base. By
1952 It had become apparent
that most of these truck driver
positions could be fiUed local-
ly.
"The Company therefor* re-
duced the force of some 20
truck drivers on the U.S. rate
roll and Increased the local rate
force by employing Panamanian
truck drivers at locality rates.
"There remained only about a
dozen truck drivers who were
U.S. citizens employed at the
U.S. rate of pay.
"These employes drove special
equipment. Included In this
group were the employes involv-
ed in the subsequent personnel
actions now under review."
American 6!$ Who
They maintained also that
evidence presented at the
hearing before the Appeals Ex-
amining Office indicated that
the Panama Canal Co. main-
tained a policy of long stand-
ing, of "offering equal opportu-
nity for employment to both ci-
tizens of the Republic of Pana-
ma and citizens of the United
States.''
Red Threatens West Berlin
Inactivation Of 23d Division
To Affect Few On Isthmus
o
When a Panamanian citizen
is appointed to a position, they
said, the compensation for
which Is determined according
to conditions prevailing in the
United SUtes, he receives the,
US. rate. Conversely, when a' Inactivation plans, released
U.S. citizen is appointed to a from U.S. Axnvy Caribbean head-
position that is compensated1 quarters at Fort Amador today,
at the prevailing Panamanian'show that the major part of the
Only a small number of Army
personnel stationed on the Isth-
mus will be affected by the In-
activation of the 23d Infantry
Division, recently announced
from Washington.
6ef Courts Martial
B5RUN, Dec. 17 (UP) The
U. S Army announced today two
American soldiers arrested De-
cember 7 In East Berlin on charg-
es they knocked dcwn a Commu
nist actor snd later released by
the Soviets will be put before an
Army courts martial.
The GIS sre Pvt. Willie J Rol-
den, 19, Poplarville, Mo., and
Pvt. Richard L. Calbert, 22, of
Kansas City, Mo.
The Army said they will appear
before a Berlin command couits
martial Monday for "trial on
charges of being dlscorderly in
uniform in a public place."
According to the East German
version of the Incident, the two
soldiers were drunk and insulted
the Communist East German re-
gime. The Communists said Ger-
man entertainer Wener L 1 e r c k
argued with the two Americans
outside the cabaret and was
knocked unconscious.
iolden and Calbert were arrest-
ed by Communist police and turn-
ed over to the Soviet authorites.
But the' East Germans attempted
to blow the incident into a full-
scale diplmale issue and de-
manded the soldiers be tried by
a Germn Communist court as a
demonstration of the "sovereign-
ty" of the Communist regime.
The Communists claimed thst
the Americans promised the Rus-
sians the U.S. Army would pun-
ish the soldiers. Rut an Ameri-
can spokesman denied the report.
He said the men were released
unconditionally by the Russians
and that American authorities a-
lone would decide whether they
would be tried.
ney maintained,
jnris-
rate, he receives that rate.
"Whether the position is grad-
ed at U.S. rates, or Panamanian
rates depend upon the availa-
bility of the needed types of em-
ployes In Panama," they further
stated.
The Civil Service Commis-
sion also pointed out that the
truck drivers' Jobs in question
"never were, nor are they
now" subject to the Classifica-
t'on,Act. They said that those
Jobs have always teen outside
the classified service, the base
rate of pay of which Is deter-
mined by the Company.
In claiming that the commis-
sion has "no further jurisdic-
tion" over the matter, they also
add that the commission has
no authority to determine .what
the base rate of pay will' be for
the jobs.
"It Is not required bv law that
the Company retain the current
rate of pay of the present in-
cumbents of these positions for
any length of time after the
change-over," they maintained
WE
The Commission
diction over the matter.
The commission- concluded by
saying that "no'justifiable bas-
is" could be found for holding
that an adverse action changing
the rate of pay of an employe
such as In the instant case,
does rtot promote the efficiency
of the service merely because
the salary of the employe is not
preserved for as long as he re-
mains In the position.
"On the basis of the forego-
ing considerations," they add-
ed, it is the decision of the
Beard of Appeals and Review
that the action of the agency
in converting the subject
track driver positions from a
U.S. pay rate to a local pay
rate,, effective March 6, 1955
was not arbitrary or unrea-
sonable."
In sustaining the action of
the Canal company they said
that they felt "no corrective ac-
tion" was required.
When contacted today, Bom-
bek said that the case was still
under consideration by an at-
torney la Washington who rep-
resents the Federal Employes
Veterans' Association.
He said further action would
be taken when the attorney no-
tifies him.
Bombek himself said that U.S.
drivers who were earning about
$2.42 would either have to ac-
cept a cut in salary down to 78
cents an hour as of Jan. 1958, or
resign from their Jobs. He per-
sonally was returning to the
States where, he says "work Is
plentiful and pay is good."
inactivation moves wl be made
in Puerto Rico.
In the Panama area, nine
units will be inactivated- How-
ever, personnel in these units
will be absorbed into the units
which remain.
The nine units going out of
exlstance are:
23d Division headquarters;
Headquarters Company, 23d
Division; 23d Medical Battal-
ion; 23d Replacement Compa-
ny; 23d Reconnaissance Com-
pany; Company B of the 29th
Engineer BatUl'on; the 594*h
Field Artillery Battalion, and
Headquarters and Serv I e
17-Year-Old
f -At
Car Thief
Gets 60 Days
so youth whose month-
long Joy riding with Zonitns'
Bert Clarke and Jim Tsiger-.
Magistrate's court yesterday
was sentenced to spend the next
oo days in Jail.
In addition the defendant, Al-
berto Ortiz, 17, was placed on
one year probation, for a total
of eight counts of taking an au-
tomobile for temporary use.
On three petit larceny charg-
es lodged against him, Balboa
Magistrate Judge John E. Dem-
lng again suspended the Impos-
ition of sentence for one year
but ordered the defendant to
make restitution of the property
he stole.
Ortiz' age, and the fact that
he had no previous police record
were partially responsible for
the sentences which were meted
out.
Ortiz was picked up Thursday
night when the stolen car he
was driving in Panama was spot-
ted by polite. He led them a
chase into the Canal Zone, and
was apprehended when his car
stalled at a roadblock.
Ortiz, whose father is a Puer-
to Rican employed by the Motor
Transportation Division, was ex-
pelled from school last year.
Two of the petit larceny cases
involved Canal Zone school-
teachers. He went into their
classrooms during recess period
and stole wallets containing
money. The third theft occurred
when he stole personal papers
and money from a ear parked
near the CAA building.
Company of the zth Engineer
Battalion.
The 33d infantry, principal
23d Division unit in the Canal
Zone, will stay intact However,
it will be redeslgnated as a non-
divisional regiment. The same
switch will also be made by the
23d Military Police Company,
the 23d Division Band and Com-
pany A of the 26th Engineer
Battalion. Another unit Com-
pany A of the 723d Ordnance
Battalionwill re-organize and
be redeslgnated as a non-divi-
sional unit.
No cutback Is seen for civilian
employes, according to the an-
nouncement. '
The inactivation will begin
January 1, and Is scheduled to
end during April, according to
plans. All equipment of the
major units will be turned in
during the first three months
of the year.
During the latter part of
March and the early part of
April aU units being Inactivat-
ed will b kept at skeleton
crew sise.
The inactivation will become
official with the distribution of
an Army General Order. At that
time, those organizations not
being Inactivated will be reclas-
slfled as non-divisional.
The move Is one of six af-
fecting the Army's general com-
mands over the world. The ac-
tion follows an adjusted plan for
use of military personnel and a
re-organization of the Army's
divisional strength.
tl Planes Continue
Search For Missing
Panamanian Vessel
Eleven VM. Army and An*
Force planes and a boat from
Rodman today are continuing
the search for the Gloria M, the
Panamanian vessel now overdue
10 days at Balboa.
Seven Army aircraft of the L-
19 and L-23 types, Including six
from Fort Kobbe and one from
Buenaventura, Colombia, were
dispatched this morning.' Also
helping the search are two C-47s
and 2 SA-16 amphibious aircraft
from the 26th Air Rescue Squad-
ron at Albrook AFB.
The vessel Is being sent bv the
Third Crash Rescue Boat Flight
at Rodman.
The Gloria M, with six men
aboard, was last sighted off Bue-
naventura Dec. 6. The hunt is
covering the waters between the
Colombian city and Balboa.
Ike's Docs
Plan Big
Check-up
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Dec. 17 -
(UP) President Eisenhower had
a doctor's appointment today that
might give him some hint about
his political future.
Dr. Paul Dudley White, Bos-
ton heart specialist, and a staff
of physicians planned to put Mr.
Eisenhower through an extensive
check-up.
They want to know whether
the Chief Executive's recent In-
creased activity has hampered
his recovery from a heart attack
Sept. 24.
During the examination at the
Eisenhower fsrmhouse the doctors
will punch, listen to and electro-
nically plumb the President in their
evaluation of his present condi-
tion.
From the examination some hint
might come of the President's a-
bility to face up hvsically to his
political future.
But however favorable White's
prognosis might be, there seem-,
ed little prospect thst the nation
would leans today whether Mr.
Elsenhower intends to ran for
reelection.
White might tell the President
that he may resume a fairlv norm-
1 life after completing his me-
dically supervised convalescence.
White has said in the past that
most of his coronary thrombosis
patients are able to resumo Jiprm-
al lives. But the doctor aM*.
ty that he never has had a CTH-
dent as a patient fetor*?**
White traveled to Gettysburg !n
a White House oar (torn Balti-
more, Md., where he participated
last night in a meeting of heart
specialists.
Others taking part in the exam-
ination were Maj. Gen. Howard
McC. Snyder, White House physi-
cian; Col. Thomas W. Mattlngly.
chief of cardiology services at
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 1)
Jeeps For $25?
Not By Air Force
DAYTON, Ohio, Dec 17 (UP)
The Air Force today said it has
no plans to sell new jeeps for
$25 each. Absolutely none.
The announcement was made
at the Air Material Command
headquarters at Wright-Patterson
Field because of numerous tele-
phone calls from all over the
country inquiring about the sale.
A spokesman said he had no i-
dea how the rumor started, but it
may be some kind of a c o n f i-
dence racket.
Liquor Slip
Trying to explain the intri-
cacies of the low-dnty liquor
lash-up yesterday, we manag-
ed to confuse even ourselves.
We set out to record that a
group of Panama liquor retail-
ers said that since Nov. IS all
US government employes and
members of the armed forces
ItVng In the Canal Zone, and
all US servicemen and US-cl-
then government employee
living In Panama have had
the privilege of buying reduc-
ed price Uqnor upon produc-
tion of a free entry privilege
sl'p Issued by the proper au-
thorities In the Canal Zone to
the nearest liquor dealer in
Panama.
Instead, we wound ap refer-
nng to a privilege slip issued
by the authorities In Panama.
This was a slap. Oars.
CZ Ferry Service
To Be Suspended '
For Three Weeks
Thatcher Ferry service will be
suspended for a period of about
three weeks beginning after the
last scheduled run next Tuesday
night to permit extensive emergen-
cy repairs to be made to the fer-
ry ramps, it wss announced yes-
terday at Balboa Heights.
During the time the ferries are
out of service, all vehicular traf-
fic across the Canal will be rout-
ed over Miradores Bridge.
The repair work is being sched-
uled now because of the urgency of
the work and to take advantage
of extremely low tides which will
occur during the latter part of
this month. The work is being
scheduled on a round-the-clock bas-
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K Ttpaft* Ml WHThe uoi by
Rildon, Inc., which entered a bid
ier the work when it was recently
advertised for bids. The firms has
been given notice to proceeded with
the work.
The work involves extensive re-
pairs to the fender system of both
ferry slips, the floor system of the
west side ferry ramp, and the re-
moval of dolphins on the west fer-
ry slip. Part of this work will be
done at a later date, after receipt
of necessary materials.
The work schedule calls for work
to begin on the east slip next
Wednesday morning. It is planned
to complete the work in time for
service to be resumed on the first
scheduled run on Thursday, Jan.
12.
Calls For Ouster
Of Government
End of Occupation
BERLIN, Dec. 17 (UP) A German Communist lead-
er today urged West Berlin workers to band together
with the Reds and overthrow the West Berlin government.
Alfred Neumann, first secretary of the Berlin Com-
munist Party, also called for removal of occupation forces
from the Western sector of the city.
"Americans go home," Neumann demanded.
Neumann's appeal for violence was made in an arti-
cle carried by the official East German Communist news-
paper.
It came as the East German tightened their "Little
Iron Curtain" by closing down exits at two border elevat-
ed railway stations.
Neumann repeated the Re*
claim that the Soviet one gov-
ernment Is sovereign and that
Berlin is its capital.
West Berlin, he said, "is a
NATO bridgehead."
He challenged the Western
on the border of the French
and Soviet sectors.
The two are the only stations
on the East-West city border.
Iron-railed sliding doors wen
slammed shut across the exits
to create a literal Iron Curtain
and prevent passengers from
entering West Berlin.
Passengers will be able to
cross into West Berlin only by
aUled position that Berlin stUl
has four-power status under
international agreements.
"The laws of the German
Democratic Republic apply In takln aa mamt-ahosdi rawfcn ess
Beran,'' hsS^-,., exttj*-* t& Thl
>wer of the
end, militarists- and eradicating
arcwestern) alleged occupa-
tion statute so that normal re-
lations (between West and East
Germany) can be restored," he
said.
The closing of the two elevat-
ed railroad station exits was
seen as another Communist ma-
nuever to cut off isolated West
Berlin from the surrounding So-
viet territory.
Shuttered were the exits
leading to West Berlin from
the elevated at Potsdamer
Plata, where the Soviet, Amer-
ean and British sectors meet,
and at the Stettiner station
ilihtened East Gain r
controls.
The new harassing move easaa
even as west German officials
reported the Communists rein-
forcing border police to contra*
traffic entering West Berlin.
indications of further Red
moves came from Neumann.
"Berlin ki an island, a lost
position.'' Neumann said In
his article published by the
Communist organ Nenes Dent-
schland.
"The laws of the German
Democratic Republic apply In
Berlin," he said. He warned that
the Western sector's anti-Com-
munist policy "will Isolate Wast
Berlin still more."
US. To Continue Talks With Red Chinese
Until All Americans Freed, Says State Dept.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17(UP) China until all American, civil-
The United States will contln
ue its Geneva talks with Red
Blind Man Dynamites Department Store
PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. 17 (UP)
William Clarence Peddicord,
38, a blind man who once won
the nations sympathy years sft-
e losing his eyesight in an ex-
plosion, has confessed touching off
a dynsmite bomb in a large de-
partment store here in a $50,000
extortion plot that didn't pay off.
Detective Capt William Browne
said Peddicord, father of five chil-
dren admitted setting off IS
sticks of dynamite in a third-
flcor washroom of Ote Meier and
Frank department store lsst Apru
15.
Peddicord implicated his sister-'on the street when the blast oc-
in-law, Joyce Keller, 28, snd ssId currad minutes leter.
he used her as his "ever." He Peddicord lost his sight in an
tola police he engineered the plsn. explosion 19 years ago while
Both were held under $75,000 working on a refrigerator in Van-
bond In a charge of injury to eouver, Wash,
persons snd properties by explo-
sives.
The bomb explosion, which
jured oo one in the store crowd
ed with sale shoppers, touched off
one of the biggest manhunts in
Portland's history.
The hunt ended with P e d d i-
eord's arrest after samples from
a typewriter be had used in a
chemical lsborstory matched
those on the extortion note.
At the time the bomb went off,
Aaron M. Frank, president of the
He was helped by the commu-
in- m,y hi getting s seeing-eye dog.
In 1048 he decided to hitchhike a-
cross the conntlnent for sn oper-
ation he hoped would restore his
sight.
He appeared on a radio pro-
gram, in Detroit and his expene
es were paid for the rest of the
trip, and for the operation.
Peddicord said at the time: "It
was wonderful for a minute.
The doctor took the bandages off
store, was reading the extortion 11 opened my eyes. The miracle
note ii his office. It has been I had spent 12 long years waiting
left on s counter. A passerby was
hurt by flying glass.
A stand-in for Frank, following
instructions, took s night ride In
s taxi to Eugene, Ore., and back,
a 240-mile round trip.- But no one
appeared to pick up the money.
Peddicord said he rigged the: "The doctor was
i dynamite to a fuse giving him 10 cut the stitches
for happened. I could see: Sun-
light was streaming across the
room.
"Bat before I could adjust my-
self, I suddenly saw the points of
s pair of scissors coming right at
say eye.
only going to
but I didn't
minutes to get clesr. know that. I jerked my head
He then said be was led down-1 back. That jarred my eye. R se-
stalrs to the main floor where!gen bleodms, again and I was
the nota was left sad that he was blina again.
Yugoslavia, Philippines Still Deadlocked
For Security Council Seat After 35 Ballots
"TW-isKrwi! affirA-a.- 'T!ZXJ$\x: r at
gations met in hasty conferences Maza ordered a new bsUot-tbe.M votes, with 19 for the PhUto-
todsy in an effort to te ttle a 35th m the marathon series. i pines, two for newly-elected Spain,
deadlocked Security Council fee- The delegates refused to return and one each for Bulgaria, Italy,
tion which forced extension of the (the required two-thirds majority'Sweden and Yemen.
10th annual session until midnight
Tuesday.
The General Assembly, original-
ly scheduled to adjourn last night,
will meet again Mondav to try to
decide which nation will occupy a
security Council seat which be-
comes vscsnt Jsn. 1.
There was serious doubt ss to
whether the council could func-
tion legally 11 the seat were left
vacant.
It was hoped that private con-
sultations during the weekend
would solve the impasse in time
get the delegates home for Christ
mas.
The Assembly rejected lsst
night a plan proposed by Assem-
bply president Jose Maza of Chi-
le to draw tots for the sest.
U. S. Ambassador Henry Cahpt
Lodge, Jr., and Britian'a Sir Pier-
son Dixon threw the full weight
of their governments behind the
plan.
Mass's plan was that the Phi-
lippines snd Yugoslavia, d e a d-
locked through 34 ballots takne
since Oct. 14, should draw lots to
decide which should withdraw
from the running
Maza blindfolded made the RUSSIA MAKES NSW PROPOSAL AT U.N. China's Dr. Ting-
draw. He drew Yugoslavia's file, fu F. Tslang (left) listens to Russia's Arkady Sobolev. as Fran-
But s parade of delegates, led cess Herve Alphand (right) yawns, during a special meeting
by Soviet deputy foreign minister of the UN. Security Council in New York. At the meeting Sobo-
Vssily V. Kxnetsov andSir Leslie lev formally proposed that the Security Council drop both Outer
Knox Munro of New Zealand, Mongolia and Japan from the list of countries under consldera-
Couacil president tor December, tion for membership. Sixteen new countries were thereupon
took the rostrum to denounce ism approved.
lans still held In China are
freed, the state Department said
today.
It will do so despite its accu-
sation that the Communists
have,broken their word on free-
ing the remaining Americans
they still hold.
The accusation was made last
night in a formal government
statement which charged the
Chinese with violating their
September agreement to free aU
American civilians "expedltlous-
ly." The statement was Ameri-
ca's answer to a Communist
Chinese charge that it Is the
United states which has violated
the agreement.
Despite the bitter exchange,
offle'als said, the United
States has no plan to break
fof th> Geneva negotiations
with Red China.
Thev said the United States
thinks the talks may yet be val-
uable in winnln? release of the
remaining American civilians in
China and in getting Red China
to renounc use of force to set-
tle territorial disputes.
In its statement the state De-
parment said Communist China
still holds 14 American civilians
although it agreed to release
the U.S. citizens expeditlously
last Sept. 10.
"All United States cHhtens
who wish to leave should have
been at ef Communist China
long before this." the State
Denartment said.
"The continen holding of
these United States citizens by
the Communists is a violation
of their agreed announcement,
for which the United States
must continue to protest"
The statement also charged
that Red China Is guilty of
"cruel and inhuman treatment"
of the American prisoners
On the other hand, the State
Department said.
"...Chinese in the United
States are now and have at all
times since the announcement
been free to leave," the state-
ment said.
In making Its charges a-
gainst the United States
Thursday, Red China de-
manded that th/s country give
names and information on all
Chinese residents to the Unit-
ed States and help the Indian
Embassy contact them.
The State Department retort*
ed that the Indian Embassy in
Washington "has made no rep-
resentatlon that any Chinese It
being prevented from leaving."
"If anyone knows of any Chi*
nese who wishes to leave and
who claims he Is being prevent-
ed," the department added, "he
should communicate at once
with the department of State or
the Indian Embassy at Wash-
ington, which the United States
has agreed may render
anee.
States has scrupulously compil-
ed with Its agreement" to allow
all Chinese civilians In this
country who wish to return to
Red China to do so.
Series Of Quakes
Rock So. California
EL CENTRO Cah.f, Dec. 17 *
(UP) A series of earthquakes
of growing intensity shook the
lower half of southern California
last night within a two-hour pe-
riod, breaking windows in baud-
lags and leading some residents
to consder the possibility of sleep-
ing outside in an open area.
Part of the downotwn ares
of one Imperial Valley comrauzuV
t. wat reported to have been
roped off by authorities.
Fire Marshal Robert Una si
Brawiey, which has felt at least
eight shocks last night, said if Us
shocks continued and if any more
store windows were broken, tt
wss possible authorities would
"The United "call out the National Guard to
A
prevent looting."
Part of Brawiey t downtown a-
raa was leported roped off to
prevent possible looting from


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FLYING SOURCtS
Despite recent Air Torce announcement debunking the aa-
cer phenomena, *everal Fort Davis soldiers have reported observ-
ing the saucers In recent month. In addition further reports
have come from Californa, New Mexco, Texas, Canada, New
York, panamo, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, Aus-
tralia. Michigan, England and Ohio. Several startling photo-
graphs have been taken In New York and Virginia in recent
months.
On the Canal Zone sightings, Specialists Pablo Rivera-Rosa,
along with another soldier at Fort William D. Davis, watched a
saucer moving overhead on the night of Nov.. 10. The object,
according to Rosa, appeared to have a bright orange halo on
the outside edge of the flying disk with a blue color on the Inside
edge, with a violet and multi-eolored spot In the center of the
object. He stated that he watched the object for around 30 min-
utes, as It moved across the clear night sky slowly. Rose added
that the object at times aeemed to descend and ascend intne
sky with a pulsating light that dimmed and brightened from
time to time. ., ..
Another soldier at Fort Davis, also watched the object dis-
appear in the distance, while still another stated that he had
ooserved the same phenomena three or four time in recent
weeks. The aaucer gave off no exhaust as it moved silently
across the sky.
At the time of the sighting by 8p-2 Rosa at Fort Davis,
radar crew on the nearby hill were called out on alert and it
was reported by various individuals that one shot was mea.
However it was not aeterminea woetner r pot the two instance
W to me to turn in these report of -saucer righting." _..,,.
Sincere and Truthful
Bit:
PORGY AND BESS'S CHRISTMAS CAROLS
I am orry for the local residents who did not ee and hear
that great American lolk opara. "porgy and bess,'- wnen uieex-
ctilent company of artuu played at tiie rational Theatre That
makes m sorry for a lot o people, some of whom might have
iW^h^Pk2nlaf c'olumnlit Weatbrook Pegler wrote from Europe
that "Porky and Bess" was a flop and mat the theatres coud
not be fined even with tree ticaei*. But you know Peg, ana, of
course, the opposite was true. Tney sang to soia-out houses very-
wenere. Tney went to London for a tnree-week engagement and
MyTeIimemD^r,o the troupe have been the best of goodwill
ambassador. ihey were a bit scarea wnen tney wet to com-
munist YugoasiaviB, but Tito roud out tn rea carpet, ins lan-
guage baii.er seemea weir worst naaard. M a olg prty or tona
une of me gri *** asaed l0 sin- ...
'a.i company na* a rule tnat no person shall sing in public
a son that anotner.atust sing on the stage- tut the irt jorge
ana iktng "bummerume,' wnen Helen covert, men *nging me
10ie-'bo?Vuw"IbUwrt who writs of the Incident In Theatre
Art', say, -us coVrt stooa up ana sang t| agaui. -oniy ne
010 i&Y^yf^taDUbM-uiA delighted. She had gone
to an instructor when she arnvea.in Belgrade ana learnea the
woras of her song in the language of the country, alnce then
she ha ung the song in Oree*, rrencb, itailan and uerman.
Oh. ye, the cnristma CaroU. Jut beiore enrutmas Ms4
the uoud passed through Trieste at night and aw nothing but
a bar* windswept station and many weil-armea, tene ana un-
smg guards. They looked lonesome to one of the troupe who
aaeaSku auwlni tume Christmas carols to cheer them up.
ATiTLbiwaoMly Vmm Right,-oly Mgnt, and ollie Stewart
writsaTi weUeo.out in a barat of harmony, reverberating
tnroughln entire &WVflflt*M a startled wink fromThe
auaras VI they ttiyed rlgldkna grim-taced a Miare. *p.e
Se^nJ^as^O Uttl Town ofltthlehem" and W kept it
The miracie began to" happen when they were about halfway
through. One by one the guard relaxed, iirat their eyes howea
a twinkle, then a smile eaged Its way across their Up.
Suddenly the singers broke into a merry "Jingle Bells,' and
the guards smlied openly and hummea the tune In time with
wit troupe.
Pony and Bess will be in Russia this Christmas. What a
Christmas gift It will be to the Russian people I The only sour
note 1 that the State Department refuted to give aid for the
trip. And that after the wonderful work the troupa ha been
0ing- Cred. Calhoun
Labor News
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MADE IN
WEST
GERMANY
By VICTO MXSKL
The government is using a club
on the blackjack unionism which
hat given all labor a black eye.
There have been indictments for
Bcketeering in Pennsylvania and
innesotaand special D e p t.
of Justice agents have been hurry-
ing back to Washington from Illi-
nois with reports of shakedown she-
nanigans in and around Chicago.
We bear, too, that labor's ewn
new Ethiesl Practices Committee,
despite a late start next month,
will race the federals with its own
Erobes. Tha's good. We'll soon
now if there is a mobster
"ghost government" inside labor
and just who is its chief executl e
and camouflaged cabinet.
There'll be no more loose talk
about the mob. We'll have the fact
and figures from this dirty ledger.
The federals, for the moment .plan
no income tax indictments. The*
may coma later. So far the probe
show that tat* officials haven't
been particularly sensitive to mob
imperialism. The Department of
Justice has had to move inand
will continue to do so, with it
pleasant lack of goed will toward
certain men despite the Yuletide
season.
There is blackjack unionismand
no one will shout loud enough to
drown out these charge. If any
want to argue, let me throw at
them the recent case of one power-
ful former labor leader who dou-
bled as a New Jersey state offi-
cial.
The fellow's name IsJimLowe,
in Jail for extortion; the first
such sentence in years for any of
the hoods in that racket-ridden
state. And he got It in the federal
courts, not in the state judiciary.
Jim Lowe, of Joe Fay' own so-
cial set, was president of the Es-
sex County Building and Construc-
tion Trades Council, business man-
ager of the Iron worker Union,
director of the Union National
Bank and president of the New
Jersey SUte Tenement House Com-
mission.
He resigned all this only after
he got into the spotlight and thus
into court.
Now, Jim Lowe always hid under
a self-msde howl about being per-
secuted because he was protecting
the proletariat. He had strange and
certainly pocket filling ways of
guiding the sheep
In the course of his arduous sac-
rifice, this shepherd called on an
Oklahoma City contractor, C. Hu-
bert Gragg, whose firm had con-
tracted to lay 18 miles of pipeline
in New Jersey to connect the Big
Inch natural gas supply line from
the southwest.
Lowe met Gragg and one or two
others in a Newark Hotel. The
proletarian shepherd's bill for per-
mitting citiren Gragg to lay
In the barony of Jersey w
000.
This wa a little high. So Lowe
aid he'd permit the firm to exer-
cise its civil rights for a meager
120,000. Not in cash, mind you.
Nothing a uncouth as that Lows
simply had a friendly lumber
firm bill Gragg's company for
$20,000 worth of lumberwhile not
even a toothpick was delivered.
Lowe then picked up about $12,000
of the dough. But the fedrala
moved in and Lowe got a jail
sentence.
There aro score of such case
where the rank-and-file unionists
are used a a base for personal
power and pickings. The govern-
ment is seeking them outand
we are teld that Al Hayes, a man
I know as the crusading president
of the AFL-CIO International Asm.
of Machinists, is also now plan-
ning to seek them out and rout
them from American labor.
Hayes Is not talking of hi plans
but he's making them or he
would have refused, behind the
scenes, to take the chairmanship
of the AFL-CIO's new Ethical Prac-
tices Committee. He would not
have them put himself on the spot.
He willingly did this and. now
many a labor leader is looking for
action. We don't know what Hayes'
plans are, but we do know that
his union newspaper editor, the lean
crew-cut Gordon Cole, is ready to
attack a $l,000,000-a-yer labor
racket the phony high-pressure
"labor paper" outfits.
Cole is president of the Interna-
tional Labor Press Assn.. the offi-
cial group of union paper news-
men. Cole says he 1 going to try
to reach every businessman in the
country in an effort to educate
those who fall fer high pressure
telephone solicitors who call in the
name of the AFL-CIO and offer to
sell labor's good will.
Cole says that those "hard-head
ed buinesmen who go soft-
headed" when these calls come In
are suckers and should know that
these telephones do not represent
labor papers. One such sheet has
an annual phone bill of $250,000.
So the profit naturally mut be big.
This is a good start. The race
between the government and the
AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Com-
mittee to bludgeon the blaekjaek
unionists will do both lsbor and the
public real food.
Few Labor Changes
By PETER EDS0N
WASHINGTON (NEA)- Mer-
er of American Federation of La-
or and Congress of Industrial
Organisation isn't going to make
a great deal of difference in the
immediate future. This is the con-
census of leading Washington labor
relations consultants inside and
outside government.
Oratory emerging from the con-
vention in New York may give
the impression this is the greatest
thing that ever happened.
Employers and some Republican
politicians are inclined to view it
three of these extremists' views.
It is pointed out that day-to-day
labor relations will be conducted
across the same old bargaining
tables and in grievance commit-
tees with the same faces:
Any new lsbor crises are ex-
pected to come only from organis-
ing new unions in established or
new plants. Such organising drives
have always been a headache. Any
big, new, merged organising drive
take time to mount and money
to keep going.
One Washington labor consul-
c^e Washington
Merry-Go-Round
WASHINGTON Mrs. Lamsr
Caudle phoned me from St. Louis
the other day. She was quite up-
set. She had come out to St.
Louis 'with her husband when he
testified before a grand jury and
had offered to testify with him.
But the U.S. attorney told her it
wasn't necessary. Then he and the
U.S. marshal wished the Caudles
luck and told them they could go
back to North Carolina. Riding to
the train, suddenly she heard over
the radio that Lamar had been
indicted. So Mrs. Caudle phoned
me from St. Louis to ask what
they should do.
It's pretty hard to give long-dis-
tance advice to a distraught wife.
I'm afraid I wasn't much help.
But later I dug into my files and
found I had written about the same
tax scandal five years before pros-
ecuting attorney Wyllys Newcomb
discovered it. Reading over the col-
umn, I found that I had reported
on April 24, 1960:
"One of the biggest income-tax
cases in the midwest is now on
Eins-and-needles, following a White
ouse phone call... Irving Sachs,
who operates shoe-styles in St, Lou-
is ... fudged on his income tax to
the tune of more than $100,000 ...
and was scheduled for prosecution
when a call came from the White
House asking for a special confer-
ence with Sachs' new attorney,
Harry Schwimmer of Kansas City
... The case has now been de-
layed, perhaps indefinitely, on the
ground that Sachs is too ill to
stand trial ....It's almost got so
that an old man or an invalid
can vilate the tax laws with im-
punityprovided he can get a
doctor to state that a criminal trial
would endanger his life."
them
crats,
die.
were begun under Demo-
especially by Lamar Cau-
as the moat terrible thing that ever tant's view Is that under the new
happened.
Tney point with alarm to AFL-
CIO President George Meany's
recent statement: "The Kent of
battle is no longer the company
eant or picket line. It has moved
to the halls of Congress and state
legialatures."
William L. Barton, general coun-
sel of the U.S. Chamber of Com-
merce, says: "It could lead to
government by labor union .
The nest two decadea could under-
mine if not destroy the American
free enterprise system."
Contrast this with John L. Lewis'
terse statement that the new mer-
ger constitutes "a rope of sand."
Calmer analysea discount all
setup an employer will have lea
opportunity to change unions in his
plant if he or his employes have
trouble with officers of the exist-
ing local.
Another labor expert believes
there may be fewer National Labor
Relations Board elections to deter-
min which of two, three or even
four unions shall be the bargaining
Xt. He think future elections
be a choice between one union
or no union at all.
NLRB Member Philip Ray Rodg-
ers questions both views. He thinks
there may be oven more NLR1
elections.
NLRB's own figure show there .
has been a 20 per cent tacreaw1 eral Labor 1 good for the country.
in the number of applications for
elections in the past year. This has
been the result of jockeying by
both employers and unions. They
have been trying to get the best
possible position before the mer-
ger.
Elder statesmen in the union
movement now like to boast that
Labor has now grown up, is mora'
responsible, is anxious to eliminate
jurisdictional disputes and other
monkey business that has given it
a bad name.
They point to the merger's no-
raiding agreement.
To the extent that jurisdictional
strikes and raiding are eliminated,
the merger could mean greater
labor peace. But there is no as-
surance that's ahead.
Top labor union officials will ad-
mit privately that it may take 20
years to work out all internal
problem.
In the meantime, George
Meany, Walter Reuther and their
associated new breed of labor ty-
coon have one of the largest public
relations Jobs in history. This is to
convince the American people that
the merger is in the public inter-
est, and that what's good for Gen
WalterWinchelllnNewYorK
THE CAMERA WITH EVERYTHING
carv
THE BROADWAY CROW!
Tennessee Williams and Mari-
lyn Monroe itrouing through Cen-
tral Park in the chill ... Martha
Haye says she siumber for al-
most two days after her taevee
shows which leave her limp ...
The McGuira Sister never Had a
contract with Godfrey ... Locals
back from Palm Springs say Ann
Miller's chumthe Manarajah of
Kptatips waiters with real pearls
... Isn't Bobo Reckefeliar's No. 1
secret a Baltimore seafood tycoon?
... Rltk Gam and Ty Power are
making the Spindietop spot a habit
.,, Ex-Miss America (and Uni-
verse) Miriam ktevenson is con
sidering the proposal of disc-jockey
Johnny Grant ... Actress Peggy
Ann Garner and Albert ("Bus
Stop") Salmi are Onezy, Twoiy, 1
Luvyuxy ... For a duet that got
so much front page attention (about
a bustup) Leigh emowdea and Dick
Contino certainly aee lots of each
other ... The Count Basles are let-
ting It curdle.
Look mag'a Entertainment Edi-
tor caught the hilarious Betty
Jane Keantertainment at the Copa
and decided on a photo-story Pius
posies piece ... The sisters are at
iheir peak. Betty's timing and
"takes" are laugh-insurance.
Jane's amazing mimicry tops the
field of mimics. Her wora-photo-
graph of Mary Martin (It Bounds
just like Meryl") "Bfavos!
!.. Harry Delmar's first show
for the new SUrdust Hotel (Vegas)
opens in March. A revue with
people titled: "Holiday For Girls
Headline: "Roeanna Podeeta
Credits Figure to Spaghetti." (Dig
Those Craty Meatballs!) ... Puf
flielty: "When Tsb Hunter endNst
alie Wood data they switeh Thiuv
derblrds" ... (Waltll they find
out about Sex) .. Towners are
talking about the teevee comie who
made the boner of pinching a
former Princeton ^tbaUers gal
3 nights ago. He's still bleeding!
Yule cards ree'd by Broadway
underworlders from deported
Lucky Luciano are signed Mr.
and Mrs. (Meaning lies liaeom is
now his wife?) ... >er Angel s
sister Marisa Pavaa and ^an
Grant are humming the same bal
lads Playwrifbt R. Metcraft
("Cradle Snatcher") end his
bride-to-be. Mrs. Chester Dim
(an heiress), laugh R op at Joe
King's Rathskeller ... Constance
Moore's click at Cafe de Paris
(London) held her over Into *S6
... The song, "You Are My Love,"
goes like this: "Sigh and cry and
long for you. O, my darling, my
dear one. Ooh, ooh, ooh. ooh, ooh,
ooh, ooh!" ... (Are you sure Cole
Porter started that way?) ...
Remember the song Bill Ssroyan
and Ross Bagdasarian wrote for
Rosemary Clooney that was such
s novelty, click? We thawt of it
when we encountered this in a play
written in 1594 by Christopher Mar-
lowe: "No, thou shalt go with me
unto my house. I have an orchard
that hath store of plums, brown
almonds, figs and dates."
Harold Gary wishes to Interrupt
with a quip. A woman wanted a
turkey for Christmas. The butcher
said: "I'll have to order it for
you. Please leave me a deposit"
... "Whutttamatta," she said
rant Is nothing but a dingy joint
... You forget her phone number.
"don't you trust me?"
Of
course, I trust you," assured the
butcher. "You're my friend and
I'm your friend. But I don't know
you and you don't know me, so
please leave a deposit!"
or
Hollywood's Like This: Although
the film "Forbidden Planet" la set
in 2200 AT the credits still read
"Any similarity to persons living
dead is purely coincidental
Helen Hayes works steadily
with Author Nanette Kutner on her
life saga for Good Housekeeping.
It may be the femme mag scoop
of 'M Margaret Truman (or
Mrs. Charlotte Clark of Miami
Beach) should tell Gov. Meyner
that his set wave and toothy grin
have folks mistaking him for Lib-
eraee on teevee ... Overheard at
Canal House (about a teevee heel)
"What's his tngrating?" ... What-
ever happened to poodle haircuts?
.. Television: Where this year's
comedian becomes next year's col
lapse ... Scads of colyums
reporting that this-or-that i
writing a song titled: "111 Nevi
Forget What's Her Name?" Alan
Gordon reported that here in the
spring. Milt Raskin of Johnny
Mercer's office announced it as a
gag-
You are Carrying the-Torch:
When Blue Monday lasts T days a
week .. You have to remember
to forget... Christmas Carols mak
you bluer .. The Only Gal In the
world decides you're not the Only
Guy in the etc. ... When she's No-
Timing you ... The Torch Is Over
When: You don't tingle to that
perfume ... "Our Song'
corny .. That "quaint'
Most requests for meg cover por-
traits (in MGM history) are for
Grace Kelly, 25 to dkte The
Biblisher of the song, "With These
inds," is bringing an infringe-
ment suit against the ditty: "No
Arms Can Ever Hold You"
The Jukeboxers started their own
recording and publishing firms. To
combat the Songwriters of Ameri-
ca. Their output will get into
100,000 jooks ahead of anybody's.
Royalty free '... Sights About
Town: Margaret Sullavan arriv-
ing att he "Janus" stage door es
corted by her Great Dane and
minute-sized Parakeet .. Eye-
eatcher nsme for a jewelry store
on W. 55th: "Arts and Ends" ...
One thing the Honorable Georgia
Governor has forgotten: The U.S.
Constitution wss written in black
and white ... Orchids to tbe Co-
lumbia Record Album. "Herb
Shriner-On Stage" ... A swank
hotel in the E. 60s hushed its sec-
ond holdup in recent months. The
crooks got a bigger haul because
the sappy management bragged
(to reporters) that the thieves over-
looked larger swag and revealed
where it was stashed!
CAUDLE WAS FRANK
On the surface this wouldn't ap-
pear to help Mrs. Lamar Caudle
much. Publication of almost the
same facts as unearthed by Dewey
bird-dog Newcomb five years later
might even appear to" incriminate
Mrs. Caudle's husband.
However, I remember vividly
where the information in that col-
umn came from. It 'came chiefly
from Lamar Caudle himself. I had
gone to him with a few facts. He
had confirmed the facts and gone
much further. He had been com-
Cily honest. He told me he had
worried about the call from
Matt Conneljy, the Whlte Houie
secretary, now indicted with him.
He told me that he was under con-
siderable political heat. He also
told me about the conflicting views
of doctors as to whether tax-evader
Sachs could stand trial.
I used to argue with Lamar about
his idea that sick men couldn't
stand trial. I thought he was too
tender-hearted.
"I'm not going to have the blood
of any man on my head." he would
argue with that thick North Caro-
lina drawl he made so famous dur-
ing the Internal Revenue hearings.
COUNTRY BOY
The chief trouble with Lamar
Caudle was that he came from a
town where everybody trusted ev-
eryone else. Even a hobo could
get hospitality in Wadesboro, N.C.,
and Caudle never thought twice
about going out to dinner with
queer-looking characters who la
ter turned out to be tax evaders.
"My daddy raised me to think
no evil of any man," Lamar once
reproved a friend who warned him
about his dinner associates. "These
people have been kind to Kathy
and my children, and I'm not
afraid to be seen with 'em."
Later he had profound reason to
regret those associations.
But, though Lamar Caudle was
a trusting country boy among city
slickers, I have seen him push
prosecution of many cases where
the political odds were against him
and powerful wires were being pull-
ed in high pieces.
On my desk is an official an
nouncement by Attorney General
Brownell dated Dec. 28, MM,
taking credit for a whole slew of
tax-fraud prosecutions. U you ex-
amine those cases closely, how-
ever, you will see that most of
BROWNELL'S "VICTORIES"
On the list of Brownell's
prosecuting achievements is the
case of Emmitt Warring, the Wash-
ington gambler. Brownell says he
sent Warring to jail. But the real
fact is that Caudle personally sent
the Wsrrinj case to U.S. Attorney
Flynn in Baltimore for prosecu-
ton. Flynn sent it back with "no
case" stamped across it. Caudle
then sent it back insisting there
was a case. So Warring was fi-
nally indicted.
Later Brownell came along and
convicted him, but it is Caudle
who deserves chief credit for the
prosecution.
Frankie Costello is siso listed
ss Brownell's victory. It so hap-
pens that I was one of the first to
write about Costello. I talked to
both Caudle and Attorney General
Tom Clark about him and they
put 12 men on bis tail. It was they,
plus Senator Kefauver, who really
got Costello, not Brownell.
Brownell also lists Frank Erick-
on, the gambler. Sam Beard,
another gambler, Virginia Hill, and
Harold Adonis, secretatary to Gov-
ernor Driscoll of New Jersey. This
later was a political faux pas on
Brownell's part, for Driscoll was
not only a Republican but a strong
Dewey man, and he shouldn't have
reminded- people that his secre-
tary, Harold Adonis, went to jail.
It was the Demcrata who started
him there. _, L
Likewise with Frank Erickson
and Sam' Beard. Caudle, incident-
ally, pushed Beard's prosecu-
tion, while I first reported the
tax frauds of racketeer Virginia
Hill on Jan. 25, 1951.
Court dockets are crowded; even
gamblers have the right of appeal;
so Brownell secured the final
convictions. But it was Lamar
Caudle, the Treasury under Tru-
man and others who did the real
spade work.
So, as far as T. Lamar Caudle
is concerned, I intend to exercise
my American right to consider a
man Innocent until proven guilty.
NOTI-On the other hand, I
wrote various columns about tha
wheeling and dealing of White
House Secretary Matt Connelly,
dating back to July 14, l$*>, when
he stacked the White Hoisedeelt
in favor of Pan American Airways.
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a "gown" of lettuce leaves,
1955's "Lettuce Queen of
Phoenix, Ariz., and the Valley
of the Sun" helps during hsr-
vest of the vegetable In Pboenix. i
She's Betty Borkenstein, 23. i
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Ex-Champ Joe Louis met his
bride-to-be (a tip here months
ago) at a press junket to the Ve-
gas Moulin Rouge, adding to his
troubles. Because the one percent
he got to work there makes him
(and other Investors) personally,
responsible for the fiascos debts
. The "Vamp" has storm warn-
ings up ... Bing Crosby's Yule-
card list U over 2000 ... Th**:
office got busier when Psid Mmu I
resumed st "Inherit The Wmd
... Paul's a Mutn-Splendored TWng
... Sect a poddy on W. 63rd the
other all-night Eleven couples,
who met at a New Jersey
nudist camp this summer, new a
reunion. Made nke Adam Eve
til dawn .while neighbor stayed
up to peek ... Lionel Hampton Is
mended after that crash. Opens at
Cafe Society on the 2$rd ... Add
Madvertising Agency names:
Doaa, Juss. Standare. Say-win-
pin ... Add Show-osfs: G.MU-
steln in the Time. "A furious
rataplan of applause." (He means
evrvybuddy liked it)
Isfasm Jones, former
songwriter-bandleader, seed all
California land, holdings, etc. and
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41 Males
42 Close
45 Warehouse
40 Called again
tl Scottish cap
52 Baking
chamber
SI Part
54 High priest
55 Departed
8S War gad of
Oieece
$7
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24 Bedouin
25 Note
20 Abdominal
part
37 Estranges
28 Passage in
the brain
29 Sleeping
quarters
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33 FaU flower
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40 Color
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17,1*55
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAH.T NEWSPAPER
PAOI
$1000,000 Counterfeirt Plot
Uncovered By Secret Service
PHOENIX, Aril., Dec. 17 -
(UP) A plot to counterfeit
"possibly a million dollar" in
an Ariaona Highway Depart-
ment office was \ disclosed Dy
police and Secret Servicemen
print about $200,000 in counter-
felt $10 and $20 bills. He said
police and other officers believ-
ed the plot Involved printing of
"possibly a million dollars" in
the bogus money.
employe
"cnosclentious" state
and another man.
Officers climaxed an under-
cover, around-the-clock investi-
gation lasting three weeks when
they arrested David E. Stone-
hocker, 29, Phoenix, a multilith
offset press operator, at his of-
fice in the State Highway De-
partment.
U.S. 8ecret Service agent Geo.
W. Walker said "quite a num-
ber" of negatives of $10 and $20
bills, as well as almost 100
pounds of "quality bonded pa-
per," were discovered in the
room where Stonehocker work-
td.
Two hours later, William E.
Shearer, 26, a salesman for
Mountain 8tates Telephone and
Telegraph Co., was taken Into
custody as ht started bis day's
work. -.
Both men were charged with
possessing material for making
counterfeit money and held un-
der $10,000 bonds.
A confidential lead war be-
lieved to have caused authori-
ties to make their investigation.
Officers declined to disclose the
source of the tip at this time.
Capt. Orme Morehead, chief
of Phoenix detectives, said Un-
bonded paper was sufficient to
ponce ana oecrei oemwuic" ^.7r~ ~ j k. ........ u.
yesterday with the arrest of a Officers made the arrest be-
fore any counterfeit money had
been printed, according to botn
Morehead and Walker.
Stonehocker had been em-
ployed bv the highway depart-
ment for three months.
Assistant deputy state eniil-
,. neer H. H. Brown said he "did
De- his work very well" and offlciftls
had believed he did considera-
ble night work "just as a con-
scientious employe. He received
no overtime."
Brown said Stonehocker was
employed only to print a book
let, "but that he did such a goe<
Job we decided to keep
to do additional work."
SOUTHERN BELL-E"Misa
Hospitality" of 1855 is Jo Anna
Bell, recently titled by the
Pan American Hotel and Re-
taurant Association in Miami,
Fia. She's from Cypress Gar-
dens, Fia.
tov.^anern^.l.win*^
tharncroxv.
a
GlRARD PERREGAUX

EVERYBODY'S HAPPY .
WHEN EL PANAMA
HANDLES YOUR HOLIDAY
ENTERTAINING I
1) YOUR OFRCE STAFF
will rat* hi top man for holding the
' office ngWilrsii party in one of El Panama's
suites or talons. So easy ...so much more fun!
2) YOUR WIFE
The long-suffering lady who usually
prepares the Christmas dinner or party
.will appreciate your thoughtfulness.
3) YOUR CHILDREN
will enjoy the thrill of an El Panama
Christmas Dinner Party ... favors, decorations,
music, wonderful crowd! Remember to make
pour reservations early this year.
4) YOURSELF
You'll be happy you thought of the El Panama
answer to home and office entertainment.
Everybody will enjoy It..,especially the host!
Call Max for
reservations
Tel. 3-ltto
A Khktky *!
CHS To Present
Annual Christmas
Program Thursday
s
Crisobal High School will pre-
sent it* 18th annual Christmas
festival, sponsored by the faculty
and the student body on Dec. 22
in the auditorium.
The program will be divided
into two parts. The band, orches-
tra, and choir, featuring vocal so-
loists, will perform inside the au-
ditorium and a tableaux will take
place on the front lawn. The vo-
cal and instrumental groups will
be directed by O.E. Jorstad. Glo-
ria Shajte, Anne Gegg, and Carl
Maedl will direct the tableaux.
Student solists who will be fea-
tured ere Andrea Armstrong, San-
dra Hughes, Marie Bleakley, Bar-
bara Gegg, John Brackins, Al-
varo Sabono, and Henry Mitra-
chi.
Narration for the program will
be done by James Ambrose and
Brian Cox. Student accompanist*
will >be Robert MacSparran. Stef-
fie Beck, and Esther Miller.
The program of Christmas mu-
sic has been arranged to show
the different aspects of the holi-
day season. The audience will
be invited to Join in the singing of
some of the traditional carols.
Admission to the program la
free. Auditorium scats, are re-
served, and most of the tickets
have been distributed.
Clerk-Slenogs
To Be Heeded Soon
By AF At Albrook
The Air Force' has announced
that several clerk-stenographer po-
sitions for United States citizens
are expected to become vacant in
the near future.
Applications should be made on
Standard Form 57, "Application
for Federal Employment", which
may be obtained at the Albrook
Air Force Base Civilian Personnel
Office. The applications must be
brought or mailed to: Civilian Per-
sonnel Office, Bldg. 800, Albrook
AFB, C. Z. Civil Service Status is
not required.
Minimum qualification require-
ments for the positions are 45
words pec minute in typing and 80
words per minute in shorthand.
Applications for clerk stenog
rapners positions for non United
States citizens are also being ac
cepted.
Applications should be msde on
SF-0, Application for Federal
Employment." The minimum re-
quirements are the same as those
listed above.
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contribution to the volunteer
worker who is making a house-
to-house canvass for funds to
support some community proj-
ect, at least treat the visitor
graciously.
If yea can't er den't want to
give money, you can at least of-
fer the unpaid worker courtesy
TENTH ANNIVERSARY STAMP-This new Italian stamp
marks the 10th anniversary of Italy's Food and Agricultural Or-
ganization. At right is the organization's modern Rome head-
quarters, fronting a dim outline of ancient walls. At left is a statue
of Feronia, ancient Roman goddess of freedom, worshipped by
Italy's ancient fanners. Sixty-lire stamp is light brown. '
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1151
Florida Spares Life Of Negro
Convicted In 1949 Rape Case
SIDE GLANCES
By ColbraitH
o
,.n,. L.k. County SherWf Willis
McCsll kill* Samuel Shophord
and wouaded Irria while retura-
ing them to t*U ***' their see-
ond foavietlnn.
The fourth, Charlie Greenlee,
TALLAHASSEE, Fit., Dec. 1T-
(Um The Florida Pardon Board
hat)voted to pare the life o
Water Lee lrvin, younn Negro
whdTba lived the last six of his
"?tC?iSvee.m.n board, headed by| Collins who b"d invest:^
9 ."K. tr-ej.U, o^hat or/r.tin,t.ndsjtdtes1re
- 7"- i.Tth.t one of the circumstances
Atom Subs Named gfrirnjri
Se defendant is a colored man
rather than by a careful evalua-
tion of the circumstances of In
Sliate, Swordfish
WASHINGTON, Dec. "(Uf>-
Th" Navy's third and fourth atom- ,
ic towered submarines u j guilt or innocence
ni-;crl the Skate and Swordfish lrwln w convicted twic..
respectively, the Navy has an-
nounced. ... .
Skate is ljeing built by
The Skate is ~-..
General Dynamics Corp., E.cctlc
Boat Division, Grotn, Conn. r,-e
SwindliS'i S under construction at
thVnaval shipyard In pVrUmonth,
Both will bear, names made fa
moiis by earlier U. S. a u bra a-
nnes. The first Skate a World
War II submarine, helped usher
in the atomic era when it iOoml
part In the Bikini atom bon b
tests as one of the eight subm -
. One
conviction was reversed by the
St.t. Supreme Curt bee*"
the pMtion la Lke County. A
Toad trial in Mark. County
resulted In another ***
which was upheld by the St ata
Supreme Court, **"
Stwreaae Court refuae* t re-
view It.
IrviTs defense was handled by
Thurgood Marshall, chief counstl
for the NAACP.
CoUins said evidence in the rec-
ords -justifies under }}]
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S.VTt'RDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1I
By GAYNOR MADOOX
NIA Food and M.rktt.
Editor
Golden roasted turkey, ooiing fore it goes into the oven. As a
delectable juices Is a traditional tme-saver,-plan to have your dry
Christmas choice /or many fami- stuffing ingredients ready in ad-
lies. Supplies are big this year, vanee, requiring only combining
The large torn turkeys particularly .with the quid when you are ready
will h* rronomical I to stuff the bird.
There are Trge supplies this An attractive garnish for the
year of the frozen "tucked- turkey turkey platter big cooked onion
in both the regular styles and the cups filled with creamed pe_as.
Til PANAMA AMERICA! ATI INDirENDEHT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PACK
"
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small-grown Beltsvllle size.
These turkeys, oven-ready, come
Boil onions a day in advance. Re
move centers, reheat and fill with
These turKeys, oven-reaay, come iwc =". ---- -
with a slit cut low on the breast the creamed peas just before
through which the legs are held, serving.
After thawing, pull the legs-from
rtiici iuw*a, i.. o-------------
the band holding them, stuff and
then slip the legs back in place.
The difficult trussing operation is
eliminated
In purchasing turkey, allow 1V<
pounds per person of the ready-
for-roastuig weight to provide
ample servings for the least day
and those important leftovers. Pur-
chase your frozen bird .a few days
Cornbrtid Stvffihfl
(YUM: cups.
Enough to tuff a 12 pound bird)
One and one-half cups fine y
chopped onion,. 1>4 cups finely
chopped celery. 1-3 cup butter, 8
cups crumbled ornbread. lMi tea-
spoons salt, Mi teaspoon pepper, Vt
teaspoon poultry seasoning, tea-
. A. PLOTS LONG HAUL FOR WATER-Loa An,tlb
pUnning water delivery system that may become the top
eViineering marvel of the nation, tt 1 the Teather RJver project,
whkh would include the nation'. Urgesydam, near OroviUe; and
an 00-mile aqueduct, a. seen on map above. The dam would be
5S feel higher than Hoover Dam and require 14.000.000 cubit y-rda
at cement to build. One monumental task of the aqueduct would
7o Uft the water 3400 feet over the Teh.ch.pt Mounttin. or
build a M-mile tunnel. Estimated cost would be tnaa a
billion and a half dollars. Loa Angele, is no novice in the Jong -
Epatar busine. In the year. 1907 to 1913 It built the Owjn.
River Mueduct and extended it in the l80'a. Later it was prim
| mover in the 40-mUe Colorado River Aquaduet
chase your trozen oirq .a iew u,a ic^.. ^uv\y' -"-^ri"' 22
in advance to allow time to thaw^ spoon sage, V* cup water, i egg,
._ ---- iin,.i>tDr if van ri.ll heatpn
in the refrigerator. However if you
do not purchase it until the day
before the holiday, thaw the
well beaten,
wrapped bird in a pan set undn, t"mbli cornbread which
thawed before stuffing^ ^ ^Lr with fortT Stuff thawed
JVfSi SnSi b'ffimmliatSf.nd roast.
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Soon
Very Soon
RELEASE
A DOUBLE ATTRACTION... fOR THE
PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT...
"PORT OF HELL"
Plus: THE SEVEN ANGRY MEN'
TODAY at the "CENTRAL"
in
will offer
Silvertone Television
sets
litt for Christmas the double reieaae {**'"-
bv the CENTRAL Theatre, aa a present to all their pa-
tt and friends, with "PORT OF HELL." a thrilling me-
ladran of an enemy ptot to blow up ,****'*' '"
peace-time. Co-stars Dane Clark, Carole Matheas and
V^yne Morri.; alus. "SEVEN ANGRY MEN' the, star,ot
th fearlcM and fabulous John Brown of the mid 1800 who
let hi Ohio farm home, with six of hU seven sons, to head
up the antl-slaverv movement in Kansas Territory at a^
most crocUl time In the history of the United States. Advt.
THEY'RE HERE!!
CHRISTMAS
(Worn* dalivery)
THEY'RE HERE!! I

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TRANSPORTES BAXTW, S A-
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j t. 5p.m. Rhone';02'9
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FOR SALl!Iranrita automatic
irener, epan ends with posture
(hair, excellent condition; Gen-
eral Iltcirit portable tewing ma-
china. Call Fart Kobhe 5117 aft
or 6 30 p.m. ^^^^
FOR SALE
Automobiles
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE:Chriitmai Special!
1952 Cadillac CanvartiU, hv-
dramatic, powtr steering, naw
nylon top. Will accept trade-in.
hen. 3-1611. h.ui. 576
Margaritr.
FOR SALl: '5) modal Apax
washing machina, wrinar typa,
$50. 6-7193, uarten 316-.
Albraak. Ownar leaving Isthmus
FOR SALl:1947 Ponti.c feur-
V- good condition $100. House
5276 Morriion Street. Phone 2-
1334.
FOR SALl:60-cycle 9-cn. ft.
Admiral refrigerator, 20-pound
frotan goodi lachar. $175. Qtra.
337-1 Albrooh. Phono 16-5269.
FOR SALE:laca uta of neeetti-
r af maving, havo two hand-
carvod Chinoto floor lampi, hath
for $40. Phono Criitohal 3-2347
mornings.
STEAL OF THI YEAR: 1953
Studchahor 2-door Sport Coupo
V-8. radio, ovardriva, w/s/w
tirai. duty pjid $1100. Phana
Panama 2-2513.
FOR SALE:1951 Ford Cu.tom
Tudor, excellent condition. Vory
cheap. Has radio, hoatar, clock.
Phono Coco Solo 1342.
FOR SALE:Complata bedroom
act uied ana year $290; couch
and arm chair. 2 and tahlai $75;
1942 Mercury sedan. good trans-
portation $125; Playhay run-
about w/controli $275. 10th St.
9076. Catan. Apt. 13.
FOR SALl:1941 Cadillac 4-
daar, completely equipped $150.
Albraak 16-2200.
FOR SALl:'49 Cadillac Fhtet-
weod. w/all tha extra. Call
Johnny, 2-2631.
FOR SALl: 1 Quartermaster
dining tabla. 6 chairs $20. 6335
Las Rias. Phana 2-4342.
FOR SALl: Refrigerator 60-
cycle, buffet, utility stand, fiber
rug. hassock, flats tap table,
platform rochar, basket chair,
ironing board, child's wardrabe.
miscellaneaus chain, night ta-
blas, high chair. 3-1270.
Ikes Docs
(tontruued iron Pag I
Waltei Tack, the asslsUnt White
House doctor. _, _._L
White, one of the nation' Nseria
an heart disease, h been tne
3t>imrv consultant on the iMsen- ._ _~ _
fewer heart case since the Chid School of Panama will be guests
Executive suffered his attack w>f Aunt Ellen Club at an Xmaa
Denver .party tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock.
Aunl Ellen Club
To Fete Students
Of Boys School
Students of the Boys Vocational
. The New England or ">?
after laat exasalamg the 'rea'-
dent In Dtever Nov. 7 that "with
About eight years ago the Club
adopted the school as the object
of its charitable work, and annual-
tacrested activity aomething dll- ;ly t Christmas time it dona
tereet 'Mil Me*- t***"
rcnandlse to fie TnatttuttoiTa:
-Sr saW in Washington laat mates.
Saturdav that the- PreslBenV af-.^-GtWrally there is a gt.e-$
tr sessions with the cabinet and spe,kcr to addreas the boys, and
tn. National Securly Council at. the director of the school have*
fiarby Camp Datkt, Md., was own very appreciative o the ei-
saTowin signs of emotional a n d forU of Aunt EUen girl.
Svsical fatigu*- 8nyder said he ,nviting few frfenda, the club
-ft the burden" of thet p.ref'!?ci(
Presiden- devoted most ot
-.The
with a party at the home of the
Patna Browns in Paraso on Mon
day night.
It was featured by an exchange
FOR SALl:'49 Cadillac Ceupe
DeVill, radia, heater, electric
windowi, engine complete over-
haul, $1050 cash. term. 2-
4256, house 5*23. Diablo.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
SOX 2031. ANCOM.CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOSAt. C^.
Announcing to the retidentt af
tha Canal Zone tha arrival ol our
Vlrotypo Embosiing Machine.
Fartonaliso yoeir Xmaa cards,
personal cards t> wadding cards.
IMPRENTA UNIVERSAL, Na.
19-12 "I" Ava. Phana 2-2950.
7$ yards from Paula Mlrket;
ranch Stare, Na. I3A-44 16th
Straat Wast, Phone 2*2950.
Williams Analytical Audit Report,
Fiduciary Capacity
L. C. WILLIAMS, C.P.A.
Tol. 2-1945 Antda. 414 Pan.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:'53 HIHmasi $700;
mahogany dining room $75; liv-
ing room $30. Oil 3-S677 Pan-
ama.
RESORTS
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Madorn convonionces,
moderate ratas. Phona Gamboa
6-441.
Shrapnel's furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompsan. Balba 1772.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOSTERS COTTAGES. One mila
put Casina. Low rotea. Phone
elboo 1166.
FOR RINT: Beautiful furnish-
ed bedroom with porch, hat wa-
ter and kitchen, for married cou-
ple without children. Meals avail-
' able. Apply" personally: Avenida
Cuba Na. 3-29, neat ta -Co-
misariato Don oseo."
PHILLIPS Oceomide Corta.
Santa Clare. Bat 435. lolboo.
Phone Panama 3-1177. Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, comfortable. North Amer-
ican neighbors. Phana 3-0471.
FOR RINT: Furnished apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, dining and
living ream, refrigerator, gat
stare. BoHa Vista 43-64.
FOR SALl:Fancy gold fishes,
pool also minnows; budgies 'pa-
rakeets) aD colon; tsnfing can-
arias; tropical fishes; pat sup-
plies, ACUARIO TROPICAL PIT
SHOP. 49 Via Itpafta. Phana 3-
5411.
FOR SALl:1941 I-tan Ford
pickup. Best effer. Phana 2-
3169 Balbea.
FOR SALl:1954 Chevy Sta-
tion Wagon. One owner. Laat
than 10.000 miles. $1550. Tel-
ephone Balbaa 44M.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:Triumph 650-CC,
1952, new tires, paint, overhaul
$250 aath or terms. Balbaa 2-
2719, house 771-C.
Ex-FTC Chairman's
Firm To Defend
:; Big Grocery Chain
FOR SALE:1954 Hillman Con-
vertible $1000. Phona 3-6461,
2-2197. 8-mm. camera, pro-
jector $125.
FOR SALl: One electric fan,
larga metal dash i mahogany co-
lor, and wash basin far beauty
parlor. Apply personally to Ava.
Cuba Na. 31-29, neat to "Ca-
misariete Don Bateo,"
A STRANGER DONE HIR WRONG!
Sha cats came bach home but those
offspring gotta ga! They're adorable
and priced only ta carver coat af
care.
FAITH FOSTER'S HILLTOP KINNILS
(See sign I mi. ee* Trans. Hhvay)
FOR RINT: Furnished apart-
ment, military inspected. Via
Perras Na. 99. Phana 3-2061.
FOR RINT: One small fur-
nished bedroom with bath, far
single person. Apply personally
ta Ava. Cuba Na. 31-29, next
ta "Comisariato Dan loteo."
FOR RENT
Apartments
built
ATTENTION G. II .
modern tarnished epertmeatt, I.
2 bedrooms, bat, cold wo tes.
Pbossa Pnense 3-4*41.
FOR RINT:Modem apartment
with ar without refrigerator aad
stove, 2 bedrooms, bathroom,
garage, hat water. Via Argenti-
na Na. 55. "El Cangrajo." Tel-
ephone 3-3164.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced cook
and housekeeper. Na ether need
apply. House 6260. Leo Riot.
WANTED: Maid to live in.
5337-C Diablo. Phana 2-4416.
Apply Sunday early.
FOR SALE:A.K.C. Baser pug..
K, mile and female. Phana
lee 2-1331.*
-Jtfd. : and"Tuesday of this week
STonterences in V**"*Xi
"2rty leaders on the Administra
tlon program for 1956. _
m. (But late Tuesday he returnea ieung or iour Diruiaay ceieurama .ic ..^
t krftettvsburg and. since then haaiMr, Elm, Bayne, Mra. Doris Liv-.was FTC
%Seen loafini1 on his *.^.d*|?'^!'!!!: 01*, Henry ,nd M"
WASHINGTON, Dee. 17 (UP)
The law firm of Edward F. How
rey, former chairman of the Fed
eral Trade Commission, has been
retained to defend a bii grocery
chain accused of violating FTC
regulations, it was learned today.
The, case involved Food Fair
Stores of Philadelphia, whose 200
outlets do an annual business ol
11 was xeaiurea Dy an exciiniijc n" -- T,* ~-----,~J~. ,.i
of gifts among the members and 1*00 ntUlion dollars. Jt orlgmaled
feting of four birthday celebrants: while Horey, a Republican, still
---- ~'- ':-- '----",v' chief.
little work as possible. Edith Brown.
FTC rules provide that no form-
!SI. Peter's Women
ev. A. Victor
^leie~-!lo Hold Christmas
SUdhood of ChrUt wlU be oe
ered tomorrow byJtev- AVV1
tor &t the Colo\ Church o
[hrlst In Rio Abajo.
-The lecture will begin at 7:30
|.m. .....________
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FOR SALlr1941 Pontiac, good
safdaS.a. price $250; by bad
Jf b.thi-on. $10. Phono 2-
2457 ar tea at 6360-A, Joan
Mas. Lea Ries.
FOR SALE:Winchester modal
52 target rifle, naw. never used.
a perfect Christmas gilt. $5
takes it; RCA table modal radia
with two speakers, 11 tubas, ex-
cellent condition, $B5; Serrare
record player, 3-speed. 25-cycle,
no cartridge. $45. Phone Balboa
2-3069.
er member shall represent a firm
in any case "which came to his
personal attention during his em-
ployment or on which he perform-
ed any work of aignificant import-
ance.' i
A spokesman for the government
agency said the Food Fair easei
was being processed in the com-
mission's bureau of litigation when
FOR SALE:Used electric train,
vary good condition. wR4> aN at-
cetaeriee $70. Call Donald, tele-
phone 2-0124 Panama
WANTED
Apartments
WANTID: Vacaran .esters.
starting Jan. 1 at by working cou-
ple. References available. Phone
BahVaa 2-3056.
Wanted to Buy
WANTID TO BUY: Smooth
tiros, suitable far reconstruction.
Reconstructed Nacianel, Aveni-
da Pens 7. Phone 2-0406.
WANTID: Vacation artera
far one or two couplet for Jan-
nary. Call Balboa 2-1656.
WANTID: Vacation artera
far couple without children or
pott, January I. References fur-
nished. Balbaa 2-3171.
RELEASE
HIGHLY-HERALDED LAUGH HIT...
"MISTER ROBERTS"
TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre
WANTID: Vacation uartcrt
for anytime for one couple. Can
giva references. Curundu 6147.
FOR SALE
Kepi Estate
RIAL BARGAIN FOR QUICK
SALl; By retired American
couple: concrete block chalet,
built 4 years age an nice eleva-
tion. Excellent condition, 2 large
bedrooms, bath, living room,
kitchen and breakfast room, city
light and water. Situated appro-
ximately throe miles from Uni-
versity, just oH Trent-Isthmian
Highway 1st let. convenient
retidantial area with excellent
neighbors. Phono Balbaa 1502.
FOR SALl:Twenty hectares af
land en roadside of Limen read.
Clear and registered titled ta
buyer. One-half of land fenced
with liare fence poet. With scat-
sored fruit trees. Land surveyed
and marked by official govern-
ment surveyor. Twenty minutes
ride from Colon. Bargain far in-
terested party at .02 Vi cents
per meter. Phone 930-A, Calen.
All here.. .that famaus fanny fuss between the Captain j
Jame* Cagney; and the crew, Henry Fonda, Jack Lemmon, I
William Powell, that "frantic shore, leave those lonesome
nurses all the lusty, gusty, "must-see" greatness of
"MISTER ROBERTS"...There never was a more wonder-
ful entertainment for all to see. filmed for Warner Bros.,
in Cinemascope and Color. Advt.
| LIQUIDATION SALE! J
of "Lightoliers" Lamps!
We ara sailing all tha Lamps far below
Our Cost
NOW 60% discount
Take advantage of this opportunity
Panama Radio

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La Merced
Church
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Party Monday Night
tSWSS ffe ^SJWsnVS S
bold arwmj, pjrbr m tta, ^JLti M II. .
parish hall Monday night at 7:30.
closing their activitiea for. the year. Howrev had no comment. A
This is an annual event at which spokMm,n for hi law firm ld.
members of the auxiliary **to<\S"to*t he believe it would
for a jolly time and to carry ^!^ ."^ely proper" for the form-
CLEARANCE SALl! 40% off
on aN our sterling trhrer Hat and
helleware, well known brendt.
Tak advantage al this effer and
shap early for Xmaa. PORRAS,
Plata 5 do Mayo.
Low Round Trip
nnounced By Braniff
Jl new low roundlrip Tourist, an exchange of gitfs. 'T FTc"chW'to"'work"on the caae.J
Wcuraion fare of $210.00 be-! A similar party is planned by;*, he did not think iW
K.Panama and Um was the^choiMor ^^^^^.L?. rey wCUld take an active part in
tafeen
*ripnoui
eSrnatl
The
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WHAT'U FIT IN A XMAS $OCK>
One of the rte l-po-" Toy Fox
Terrier puppies for tale at
FAITH FOSTER S HILLTOP KINNILS
(Sea sign ml. out Trent. Hiwty
FOR SALE: ornean upright
piano, exceptional bargain $250.
tone and eanornsetion superior to
average U. $. piano, guaranteed
perfect condition. Phong 992
Colon. \
Keen" Panama and Urns.was; the choir for Friday aunt ai <:au.| -y wuwUfTe ,n .ctlve part
nounced today by Braniff In-. Besides the exchange of gifU. there ^ defene
brnatlonai Airways. wl be a carol sing.
The fare, which It good for, For one- half tar Wort the, Elaeahower n iim e d|
Vday trips. wlU go into effect i midnight Euchamt .Cto,,"'HiJJ chairman of the FTC m!
'.Ti subject to U. 8. gov-eve. the choir wU render pro_ ^.^^He ouitie W.sh-
/5rnment approval. Itjari. of c.rols from the choir J w fjrm ^ Sinderlf Gra-
. The saving of $107.60 over stalls. i '", whitloclr and Howrey to take
the pre^ouTfare represented! The midnight Eucharist. ^^%^^^M tht umt firm
to the new fare is expected to ning Ilt5p*,ill honor ^the the** g% his government
-increase the number of Wh-| east of the Nativitij. ^.^L^^^S^te. i*** ** **
an visitors to the old Vice-! followed with another celebration poat in aep four ynn
l "City of the Kings." and by the Rev. John Spear on Christ- m year verm
mas day at 7 a.m. run.
B other Interesting points In
iru for Tourists, such as cuz-
_ *, ardent capital of the Incas,
Jgachu Pichu's fabulous granite

ins. and Arequipa
(Mercurio)
GARRARD
Record-changers
Sale Service
Parts
SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE
CENTER THEATRES TODAY
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"DRUM BEAT"
Cinemascope Color
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Bandar "YOUNG AT HKAtsT
DIABLO ITTf. :1 -
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BATTLE CRT*
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Su>4.y -BUH#POa COVES"
25-Cycle Motors
Mueblera
CASA
SPART0N
CENTRAL 26-79
ranee to Encanto Theater
FOR SALE: Cuthnaaa scooter
in perfect condition; St 10 View
camera with reducing backs, film
holders all sites, filter tat, cam-
era eejtJtped with "Trner Raich
3-fecal length lent" and wide
angla lent, and studio stands;
4t5" Omega D-2 enlarge' with
35-mm attachment and Ions;
4x5" anniversary modal Saoed
Graphic complete outfit. Ball b
Hewell movie camera with 4 tans
and carrying case. Terms ta re-
sponsible partial. Call Coroial
4106 or may be soon at aartcrs
Na. 05. Corexal, C.2.
FOR SALE:'51 Nash Rambler,
brand now; air-cenditiener **.
bp. Boat effort. Phona 5242 Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE: Argnt C-4. J5-
mm. camera with case aad flash,
like new. 3-1270.
ORAN SALE: Beautiful M.
tiguot and largo assortment as.-
oltiot. Received now stocks Per-
fect for Christmas gifts LUM'S.
4th af July Ave. Phono 2-2446.
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"SOLDIER OF FOBTTJNE"
ClnemaSeopo Color
Ah Showtng SVUDAYt
TOKO-
Joint Protestant
Choir To Sing
At Albrook Sunday
Protestant choirs of Albrook Air
Force Base aad Fort Kobbe will
combine to present Handel'
"Messiah" at the Albrook Base
Theater, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Approximately 75 voices will
render this famous oratorio,
which is the musical highlight of
Albrooks Christina season.
The choir is under the direction I
of A2-C Maurice Alfred from AJ-I"
brook's 776th Air Force Band
Squadron. It will be accompanied
at the organ by William Johnston.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1*55
FA.NAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
CAPITOLIO
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Deborah Kerr, in
TaJI END OP THr
AFFAIR
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ATOMIC BRAIN
Scott Brady, In
THE LAW t.
BILLY THE KID
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S AGAINST THE
HOUSE
1:15 4:tt 7:4a-n.m.
Chrlstmaa Gift! Double Release!
DANE CLARK, In
PORT OF HELL
RAYMOND MASSEY, in
7 ANGRY MEN
1:55 3:51 :27 t:5 p.m.
THE HILARIOUS RELEASE!
Janata CAGNEY Henry FONDA
Jack LEMMON, in t
MISTER ROBERTS
Cinemascope and Color!
JOEL McCREA, in
WICHITA
Cinemascope and Color!
Alto: '
BOB MATHIAS STORY
WEEKEND RELEASE!
The Daring French Film!
THE BED
with Martine Carol
Plus:
THEY'WERE TOO YOUNG
Chesterfield presenta
Due Llama*-Barroio
LOTTERY NIGHT!
BETRAYED
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ABOVE and BEYOND
SPY KING
MOONLIGHT
MELODY
TOBOR THE GREAT
CZJC's New Courses In Investment,
Abnormal Psychology Start Soon
The Canal Zone Junior College Before completing his medical
Extension Division (evening das- course he taught mathematics in
sess) will offer new, courses In Mississippi high schools for three
:the second semester on the 'Theo- years. He has specialized in Psy-
try and Practice of Investment."chiatry since 1935 when he took
' and Abnormal Psychology, Dean his residency in this branch of
,Roger C. Hacked announced to-
"UfAITRFW ON WHEELSAn electric train has replaced
wtiEJsat a recenUyoneTcofTe. shop in Vienna, Austria.
Here a customer gets speedy service a. the t'^'^
track fixed to the wall, deliver! her order. The bill is paid on
the return trip.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guys
and Dolls: Love may be a many
splendored thing to most people
but to some people in Hollywood
it can be a mighty embarrassing
thing.
June Allyson and Jack Lemmon
.rushed into each dther's arms fpr
'their first big movie clinch and
you know what? It was so awk-
page script and a budget of $.2-
000,000!
THERE'S SOME DIALOG in
Mario Lanza's Warner movie,
"Serenade," that mixes fact with
fiction so deftly that it explains.
in a way, the reason why, the
movie was filmed. Vincent Price,
day.
Registration for these courses
will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M.
on Monday, Jan. 9, in order that
a sufficient supply of textbooks
may be ordered in time for them
to be on hand at the beginning of
the semester on Feb. 2. This spe-
cial registration is three weeks be-
fore the time set for registration
in the other Extension Division
courses (Jan. 23).
The instructor for the course in
Theory and Practice of Invest-
ments will be Tiffany Richardson,
Jr., a graduate of Harvard and a
partner in a Panama City broker-
age business.
The course will be of particular
interest to individuals who have,
or expect to have, funds to Invest.
The comparative advantages of
common and preferred stocks
mortgage bonds, debentures, na
tiona!, state and local government
bonds, insurance policies, annuit-
ies, investment trusts, savings
banks, real estate, etc.. for inves-
tors intent on either safety, maxi-
mum return, or appreciation of
principal will be discussed, and
the working of the stock market
and the Securities and Exchange
Commission will be explained, as
fwell as the role played in the
market by bears, bulls, wolves,
and cats and dogs.
How different kinds of invest-
ments are affected by inflationary
and deflationary periods, methods
of hedging against inflation and
deflation, and the investment ef-
medicine in the U.S. Veterans
Hospital, Washington University.
St. Louis, Mo.
The course in Abnormal Psycho-!
logy will deal with such topics as I
motivation and adjustment, causes
of abnormal behavior, the psycho-
neuroses, including histeria, an-
xiety states, and neuresthenia. the
principal psychoses (schixophre-
nia or dementia prieto, manic-
depressive states, involutinal me-
lancholia, paranoia, and paresis).
psychoanalysis, mental deficien-
cy, and antisocial personalities
and crime.
It is probable that arrangements
will be made to have the class
visit the Corozal Hospital in the
course of the semester.
Only individuals who have com-
pleted one or more courses in psy-
chology will be accepted for en-
rollment for credit in this course.
Properly qualified students will
Properly qualified students will
hours of credit in each of these
courses, but individuals may also
enroll in them on a no credit bas
is.
Rainbow City'Sing'
Scheduled Sunday
A ".Yuletide Community Sing'
under the sponsorship of the Ram
bow City Civic Council will be held
in the Rainbow City gymnasium
Sunday afternoon, at 3.
According to Council President
ef?"^,,dlere! *?mi0LUf; Jefferson Joseph, the program will
feature Desmond Daniels, a ten
or who has spent most of his boy
hood days in the community.
Also appearing on the program
will be the choirs from St. Mary's
tion will also be features of the
course.
This course was o ri g 1 n a 11 y
scheduled to be taught in the first
semester but because the instruc-
laugmng wnen ne rwnnucu =>
, "Ye Cads, yew leVe WCh ether.
fLet* matte peopler believe-H." ,
the
ANNIVERSARY STAMP-
This new Italian stamp marks
the 50th anniversary of the In-
ternational Agricultural Insti-
tute. It deptct an Italian peaa-
ant girl in the flelds.
Walter Winchell
(Centiaued freos Page t)
moved to Florida where he bought
a yacht... Cyd Charisse's dancing,
mate. Johnny Braacia. and Mo-
vita (Marlon's former steady) are
experimenting .. The R o n e y-
Plaza mgr. is former Col. R. Fred-'
ey of the Marines. One of his initial
clicks: Improving the cuisine. The;
Roney remains a class "A" place.
Nearly all the new brassy Hotels
are more like old-time movie ca-
thedrals ... Hottest quip in Rome:
What director Vittorio Di Sica aid
when he turned down a Hollywood
actress for a role: "Her bosum has
delusions of grandeur!"
FEATHER PROBLEM
BOSTON (UP)- While collect-
ing donations in Boston's annual
Red Feather Campaign, Mrs. Rose
Feather had trouble convincing
people that that really is her name.
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CASA FASTLICH'S collection of handsome
watches for women is incomparable. For
quality, value and design they art true
masterpieces, created by world famous
s Mario's concert booker, says
wardly funny the director Just sat; to Mario, playing the charaiter of
"My dear Daman, you've bo- tPtpmie until the second Rainbow c4ty ngh School Chows.
come a antroverslel1 sure *- a "*" M nFMMlliiUi,' W The invocation will-be pronottne-
.?K*cjife#M B.y. The mer. J*L?^*Z*2^i3F.,* by the Rev. D. A._Morgan of
apologized
r jittla ielf-je*iswiousj' d a giggling Tluhe. nouhcemeW of yeu
your name will fen-
*lfs the first time t ever medefaMt. suspense. Will yew apewarf
leva to a doll In front of her hus- Will you sing? Will yeu stay for
band," said Lemmon, sourly.
The director. Dick Powell, who
is June's husband, grinned.
"Don't worry about it, Jack. If those questions answered,
you get carried away I'm the i Especially, I'm sure, in
director, you know, snd I can al- Vegas,
ways say 'Cut.' "
^^'L^t^L'^L^tte Bethany Baptist Church, and
vividuals who have completed one tn 'benediction by the
or more courses in economics, bu- rhar,M i,PftK, r M
.i__-. ~i;_;=.,...i,x ...t uianes jaeons, t-.m. ...
Rev.
one act or for all three? Yeu'd siness administration or account- The Rev j0'hn Spalding of !
be surprised at the number of uig. will have desirable back- M >s Episcopai church will gi
_ surpri ..
poop!* whe will buy tickets to sm
Las
St.
Mary's Episcopal Church will give
ounM. i address; on "The Significance
The course in Abnormal Psycho-1", purUtmi ^^
logy will be taught by Dr. Charles'0
H. Wiggins, Superintendent of Co-
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rozel Hospital and Chief of Psy-
VISITING GARY MERRILL on j chiatry in Gorgas Hospital.
JUNI AMD JACK are lovin' it the set of "Mother-Sir!" a com
up under Powell's supervision for
the musical remake of the Claud-
ette' Colbert-Clark Gable movie
bit of 21 years ago, "It Happened
One Night."
Those two famous scenes from
the film, the Walls of Jericho in
a motel room and the thumbing-
a-ride sequences, are now musical
numbers and the modernized script
is so good Jack is saying:
"If s the best role I've ever had
In a film with the exception of
'Mr. Roberts.* But bo's tad It's
a musical version "because I'd
hate to follow Gable in a straight
remake even after 21 years."
But what a difference 21 years
can make.
The original "It Happened One
Night" was shot from a 125-page
edv about postwar Japan, his wife
Betty Davis hailed Hollywood's
wide screens "I didn't realize
it would be so much like thel?e University:after taking a B.S
stage" and said she liked mo- fro Mississippi State Teachers
vietowns speeded up production College and an A.B. to.educaon
methods.
She laughed: "Fifteen years ago
I'd spend from five to six months
working in one picture. Today you
work 11 days in a film and you
can give a much better perform-
anco."
Gary Cooper tells about the time
he was battling with Paramount
and went to Africa for six months:
"When I came back I heard the
studio had a new 'Gary Cooper.'
.Some fellow by the name of Cary
Grant. We've laughed about that
script on a budget of $292,000. The together ever since. Why, Cary
musical version being, produced Grant never said 'Yup' in his en-
and directed-by Powell has a 208-! tire life."
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents. In 4 different sites.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
1M Central Ave. at
mer of "I" Street
U A.0e ROUX,
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at cerner
of ttb St
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sab Manatee
HOURS:
Prea, S so to 12 U am
ATI KI'*VM fro* gen am to It M era
' ELECTION BY GUESS
BINGHAM CANYON. Utah
(UP) John Tangaro won a tie in
the primary election for city coun-
cil by out-guessing his opponent.
Asked to settle the tie, Judge Mar-
tin M. Larson placed a card be-
tween pages of an Old Testament
and Tangaro came closest in guess-
from'the University of Mississippi, ing the right page.
Dr. Wiggins, who is also a lieu-
tenant colonel in the Air Force, is
a native of Mississippi. He was
graduated in medicine from Tula
a.
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
r. E. Milton SvanaeiiM
Telephone S-MUl
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view Sunday MM am U a as.
STOBAL: American L^t *li
irvic Sunday 10:00 i-ra 11.00 -.
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TUinri Union .........
hvenin: worsrup ........
tacn ounclay .....
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Mo may each nionm (
jaeni.ii Bible School
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(21 Anean 6*ul*vard
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Phone Maino* 1721
William H, BHkr, ***
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Morning Worship ........ HI**
Bautuu 'minina Unton ....
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Plivti M**tin *dn-
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Ma Blbi Study Thur*-
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Alargan' A>eiu* l Sth Street
*^ liaraariia. Canal Zone
. Bev J m Haalbraoh. Pasto
JO on
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Bunia v School .. -......
Mormng V. otalilp
Training Union.
iorahli
1.....
RSin Worahft;
Brotherhood. Tutadayi
Officer Teacher
Meeting*. Wednesday......
Prayer Services. Wednesday
bill, lit & 3rd Prldays
O. HA. Sunbaame. i .,
frtday. ........'- ***
1)45 am
11:00 a.m.
30 p.m.
7:45 pm
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Meeung
im PACIPIC BIDE
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iriiiry Street. Phone: 2B-ua
lluneaa Meeting.
Stnday School.
Salvation Meeting
IAWCA CZ
Lieutenant Pansy
Camphrll
BuaWn ; No. 1080. Phone:
llef-1 inline Meeting.
3 Vvauon Meeting
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i iday School.
Saltation Meeting
Ma ATLANTIC SITO'
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1 apt. and Mn. C. Meouawmy.
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lli'.inesa Meeting.
Sunday School,
i .iivatlon Meatlng.
>N IHIKli STRBXT
r.itnc Blngham
> I'olincH Meeting.
Sunday School
Salvation Meeting.
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J. GUI.
fltu and Jamaica Street.
i i:-;'nan Meatlng.
i ii nday School.
S-.lvtlon Metlng. '
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ral Cburch ot Chrm. Scjantl*. Aneat
M* Anteo BoulaWd-
Sunday ili. Wedneedat m-
Sunday ScMal *M aja -i--
l^rM .Maten al canal, Miaama, UM*M
ltb Sueat Bollv. HlMaj
Sunoay geaooi JS ,,_
Catholic
T. MABVS CHUBXH-Mlboa
Sunday Maaaw: 7:00. 00. 10:00 aa
12 00 m '
Holy Day Maeaea: 1:11. I* U*
"co^aUoS": faturdiy. IJ0 to
and 7:00 to :00 pm. Thunday. Miara
Firkt Friday: 7K to g.OO P-m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pjn
Catachiaia elats' after the 00 eaaat
on Sunday.
High School Study Clue. JO p.m. or
Wednesday. _____
SACKED HEAET-AneM
Sunday Masses: 6J. 7J0 :M am
Holy Day maatta: *Ji a.m. anJ tM
JB.
Conlassloos: Saturday l:M l*uH
7:U to :00 pro. Thursday before flrat
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart DavotlMsi IMP M
Fridays.
Catechlam Class: 1* Vs : pa, on
Thursday
OU LADT Of FATIMA-Caaaada
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass t 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: Ml to :4l pm an Sat-
urday.
Catechlam Class: Saturday g JO te It
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE I.A ALLS
rargur l.efevre
Sunday Masses: JO and S:M am.
Week Dsys Mass: JO Mon.. TJiura..
Frl. and Set. First Friday mass: :00 am.
Holy Day Masse*. 00 a.m. to
OJO
Confessions: JS to JO and 7.00 to
IM pjn. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday '*
"'Catechlam Clsja: 3 30 pjn. on Sunday
Convert Class: Monday TJO o.m.
Episcopal
. i It. E. Msher OssdM. ID
Vary Ea*. M. EkMrd
The
ANCUA. CJ1 _____
THE CATHEDEAl OF ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
7:JO am holy Communion.
SJ0 a in Sanu Ccenmunien (tb Sua-
day).
S:1S m. Church School
t i a.m. Kscuela Dominical.
11.00 a oi. Morning' Prayer and Sermon.
Holy Communion. (First Sun-
day).
7:00 pm. Lvening Prayer and Sermon.
WEDNESDAYS
30 an.. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.ro Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
g.oo s m Holy Communion.
IHiit Holy Communion.
DAILY
8.15 am. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mi -day Missionary Prayer*.
CHUBCH Or OliS SAVIOUS
Third Street. New Cristbal
Other Churches
CSrilECE OF TBE NAEABBNB
. Ancn. C.Z-
Munttar: Bev. Usaer O. ,>Mai
Box al. Ancn. CZ. Balboa MSI
Sunday Sehool ........... ,I:S 2
Mormng WonhM ......... 'S?!!!
Touth Service ............ ?* P-m
Panam E-P.^llrd Street East
Bev. A N. Brawn. Mhste
*^ny:WorU ........... I -
Sunday School............ 8:00 p.m.
Sundsy Msssa. ... '.....7. 7: 11^8
am. atMA. Suaday acnosu al
! PS _______
JKMOTAH'S wrTMEBSES
Meetin Thursdays st 7 JO pm. and
Sundays st 4:00 pm Wlrs Meroonal
MM Balbva Eoad. Balboa.
11 Seaman Survivors
'Row Like Mad' To
Keep Lifeboats Afloat
cmimca op ebjjb
OF LATTAE-DAI SAlJrTB^,--,
Sunday asaetings In the JWB-USO, U
Boca ItcddTlalboe. Primary and Priat-
hood l:M am. Meettng: ** "f***
anw; jaerament MeatlPA. UM AM.
Atlantic Breaeb
ulidlng aoo, Schoolhoute Bead.
Gatn, Csnl Zone- lm_ ,____
relephone. Gatn M4 of Cristobal MI7
Sunday Sehool 11 :N Jn- Sunday Sac-
remen t MecMng :30 pm ftlaahood
Meeting JO pm Wednesday rVfnary
:J0 pm. Wednesday Relief society eat-
ing m ennounreil. ______
CCMSJMIli PMOTMriA""!
CHUBCH
Paul Holloway, Pastor
Milton
Pastor
7:J .m.
tJtAJB.
II O* Ml.
union I
M p.s.
IJI am
TM pm.
The Rev
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion .,
Church School ....
Morn.iig Prayer
and Sermon .......
First Sundae. Holv
Vesper Service and
Youth Fellowship .
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ..
Choir Rehearsal ......
A House of Prayer for all people.
c<5cou
Chasca of M Aalsaw
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
SUNDAYS
Holy Communlen.
Family Pravos aad Church School.
1:30 a.m
Morning Prayer and Barman U am
(II C firs- Sunday In Month).
Evening Prayer. 7:30 a.m
Weekday Praver 840 am
fcOBtOBAJ.
Ueai SbepMM ____
Th Eav. Clarea re W. Hsyes
IM iji Iverv Friday. Morruua Pray
r.
IH.C tat mda
eJAMBOA
St. Siasea 1 Chttcfe
Th Eav. John mi. Prisst la Charge
SUNDAYS
Momirt- Prayer, 1st and 3rd
Sunday* ....7............... MM am
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon, 2nd and th Sundays .. IIM a.m.
Sunday School ........... 2:00 p.m
Youth Fellowship ......... SM p.m
Evening Prayer........... 7:00 is
MONDAYS
Gira' Friendly Society ... M p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer aad Sermon 7M ess.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... Haas
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thunday*.............. IMi
LA BOCA
SI. Peter's Charca
The Rev. John Spear. Priaat In Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7M am
Morning Prayer and Church
ST. JOSEPHParaso
Sundsy Masses at 7:00 and 8:18 sm.
Holy Day Mass at 00 pm.
Weekday Maasea: .. M m.
Confessions: Saturday 2M to 4M and
IM to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 2:00 to 4M
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7.00 cro-
on Friday. __
Convert instructions: Thunday 7:00
pro
ST. vTOC!rsPanam CMy
Sunday Manas: IM and IM am.
Holy Day Masan: IM and 5:00 pm
(It It falls on Saturday th* Massn ar*
6.00 and 1:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 2:00 to SM and
7.00 lo 1:00 pm Thursdays before First
Friday 7M pm ^ _
Miraculous Medal Novena and sta.
tlons of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Cstechlsm Ctsn: Aft IM ma
Sunday
Convert Clan: l;30 m Tunday aad
Thursday
ST. THEBESA-S-CeeerJ
Sunday Mass: 1:30 ant
Holy Day Ma: IM am an Saturday8:30 .m.l __
Catechlam Clan: IM to IM p.m CAM
"c^&dlon.: :00 to IM am Sund.p. "u3.. bekam> mlaMJ,
"Office. Curando MM
Home,
Sunday School
Morning Woi
Youth Meeting
Worth
Curundu Till
Morning Worship
r. meeting ...
Evelina Worship
..
II a.m
I p.m.
1pm
MIAMI. Dec. 17 (UP) Eleven
leamen reported they rowed "like
mad" to keep their lifeboats a-
float is the storm-tossed Atlantic
which sink their 104-foot motor
! vessel about 70 miles northeast of
Miami.-
The "monster," heavily laden
with contuction equipment for
work on guided musle bases In
the Bahamas, rapidly filled with
water about three miles west of
Great Isaac Tight and land to
the water line.
Capt. W. C. Alvers of Miami
sent an SOS to the Coast Guard
in Miami and ordered his men
to don life jackets and abandon
the vessel fat one lifeboat and a
imall dinghy.
"We rowed like mid to stay in
the 1m of the ship which was
completely swamped in about 10
minutes." Airen said. "The
waves were rough sod we were
nearly iwa raped a few times. We
Used my cap and shoes to b a i 1
water and later found a floating
can."
The captain iild the men were-
a't too worried because the Coast
Guard reported help was on the
way and "we kept rowing and
telhni jokes."
A Coast Gusrd March plane lo-
cated the foundering leamen and
guided the 10,000-ton tanker Rob-
ert C. Tuttle to the seene with
Hires about three hours after
OLD tAfstOLIt CHUBCa
St Baeaaal The Artkeawal
UtoSt wast Me 1
More Butnarlst
TiieadavaTWM
M am
Sacrament el Unction I
rice) Pint Sunday M
7M em
i. Sunday m I* am
adnesdav and Thursday
___laati _
Panam B. P
El Bav 1. jama* D D
aaMMttoft
atonuoj derotlo a> .
Fellowearp Worahra at
IWIM2MP Worahjt M ......slMS am
Sunday School at............ tM pm
Lilvm Sarvtee at ........... IJS M
BAHAl'l CEMTEB
14 First Street
Urbanlsscloa 23 Carman. Panam City,
informal Talk* nd Dtseunt
Thursdays................,.IM
C.lea. Mb A Freer! loses
aaatrlrs Siarln Sanar)
Can..
iranaiosicu v~. --.- -
ter and brought here yeterday.
They were uninjured.
Mediation Called
In Detroit Walkout
ASKS FOR TH11 SUPFORT Oeorge Menny (right), pregident of the newly merged AFL-
CIO and Walter Reuther (left), vice president, give their enthusiastic support to Adlsl K.
Stevenson, announced candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, after he Ed-
dressed their convention In New York. Stevenson asked for their support in bis bid for th*
Presidency._______________________'
Southern Florida Warm
As Rest Of States Freeze
1K Ma- *** wan,*-* -~
Great Lakes area and the
west.
Mid-
CfflCAGO, Dec. 17 (UP) -r- The| A eold north wind will be blow-
far Southwest and southern Florl-|ing from the central plalni to the
iires owuv umt > >. rj, enjoyed the warmest tempera-, upper Great Lakes and snow Qur-
the ainking. The men later were turej yesterdgy but the rest of rieg are due again in most of the
tranaferreJ to a Coast Guard cut- tne nation was one vast icebox.
A bliiisrd which swept down
on the north-central states from
Canada pushed a cold wave in
front of it to spread freezing tem-
peratures into the Deep South, At
least nine deaths were blamed on
the storm.
The bitterest cold spell of the
DETROIT, Dec. 17 (UP) Me- season nt the thermometer.
diators uys they have ordered piummettlng down to 10 in New!
reprewntatives of the thr eel York, 17 in Washington, 6 at Min-j
atrlke-bound daily newipapen and|neapolis, 7 hi Chicago. 20 at
striking stereotypers to met to- KnoirvilH;, 20 at Fort Worth and|
day in an all-out effort to end a x ,t Savannah early today. Zero;
IMA.1 Ji^r-l
tncreoMd MtMrstet hove cut
the profiM on rverythtrtp; except
the hole In the doughnut. *
Btudy
Thursdays, IM a
rrilL MMSION CEUBCHES
Eev. Wala.be H. Stewart. Paete
Bed Tank, CZSunday*. 11 am divln*
worship-, IM p.m Sunday School 7 Jl A
gospel service.
10-dsy-old walkout.
Walter Quillico, aUte mediator,
and Harry Caton. federal concilia-
tor laid they have asked nego-
tutors for the Detroit Newspaper
Publishers' Ann., which r e
sents the papers, and the
tereotypers union to meet
Both slid they would exert their
best efforts'' to end the srike
which hsi left the nation i fifth
largest city without a major dai-
"pJr^lSvrB-F. stb and miBhu'ly Tocil newspsper.
Ho. 40 Sundays. S pjsv, Mbl* cheat I--------------------------
WeAn*edajrW*_iM*B* __^L, nftV- .,. po-x.
*.m.
Holy Bspttsm SM p.m
Evensong snd Sermon 7M a.m
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 7 M a At.
Evening Prayer .......... 7 M p.m.
except, 5aturday.'Compline
1st TUESDAYS m 3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ....... TM am
MAECABITA
Charch of St Margaret
WS:
ST. THEBESrSLa
Sunday Man: 7:00 am
Holy Day Mass: 5:50 p.m
Confenlons: Saturdsy tV.TO to 7:30 pm
Thursday before First Friday 130 p.m..;
Catechism Class: 3:15 7) m on Sundsy.
Sscred Heart Novan- 7:M om. on
Friday _
Convert Class: IM pm on Thursday.
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPMS-CaMt*
Sundy Massn: 5:45. 8M*nd l^lla-rn.
Holy Dsy Muses: 5:45 and IM am
nd 5:45 p.m.
Confessions. Saturday 4M lo 5 00 snd
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. ,
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
IS and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 pm.
Sunday Evening Servlcw 7:00 0m.
Convert Clan: 7:15 pm. on Mondays
and Thursdays .
Catechism Cla: Sunday II 15 a.m. to
11:45 a.m. 5*0 p.m. to 4M pm.
First FridayExBoaltlon of Mot Blen-
ed Sacrmnt 11 day. Rpo1tlon st 5M
Union Churches
Pretestsats caeaarate
berty la
mm. Ba
sU
la .
! saM etmrH In M
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
a) Rev. Bey Blakely, Pealar
IMS p.m Sr Youth Followship.
(DO pm. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
Ptjbnc 5-355
ARITA
Rev faul H
.1-148
Bible School.
Worship atIce al
Yeuth rallowahlo.
TWI PACIFIC
W Otandor. Pastor.
I Church-UoM
aULL>OA
The n Oscar W. Oleen Pastor
albo Ed. at San Paolo St.
Phone 2-14MChurch Office 2-323A
M Church School Free bus ervtee
Parses?sr Dlvxmkxi Grouo.
MM Worship Service The Expended
P Seaaori for Nuraerv. Klndernrtaa
I Prlmarv and Junior OeoU
' Church-Urn* Nursery fee eh.'ldren
- under 2
SM Junier-HlAh Fetlosrshr*>.
M Post-Higb Fellowship.
TO Seninr-HIgh FellowsMA
BJBBBjpA
DP IV.iaer M Aidertori. Mlohrter. -
OfJlce Phone 1-470Easldance Phone
EM am. Church School
Vied a.m Mnrnina Worahl* Service
Methodist
MU MeinuUl! LHUtLai
iBriU'h Canferenc*
Saw. William I
Cornei of Eepav Ave.. Braro* Blvd.
The R< v MlHeea A Ceeksea. Paetor
SUNDAfS
8.30 la. Church School
f:M am Morning Prayer snd
;i*t Sii'iday*. Holy Communion I
M n.m. Conflrmstion Instruction
P A LO BEtAI
Charch of Th Mely Ceaafert
Vert. L B. Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Mondav SM a Holy '
nunloo
**AJUISO
St Athan's Charch
1b Eev. David A. Osberae,
Print In Charge
SUNDAYS
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
IM a.:u Choral Eucharist A Sermon
11:00 upo. Infant Baptism
3.00 Church School
'haid ir Building 1211
3:00 pm. Youtrr Fellowship
7 00 > m. Evensong and Addren.
rUESD.'.Yfr
t M o m Woman's Auxiliary and Al-
tar Guild Ms*tM*.
PANAMA ClTT
St. Pears Cfcareh
Re Vfn Lemuel B. Shirley. Recto
Tne Rfv. Fr*s B. Atwan. Deccea
SUNDAY^
8 00
CWJIMUIljn, Bioi" ___
Paralan, CE-Sundsy, a m Sunday
School M th* eyionaarom
TH CHUBCH OP OO
TPM Eighth St.Celia
Bav *. W. ManaYwea. Pi a
Cm. -N' and Marten
Eav. Mm J. Jeaaaea.
Sunday School...........,
Momir.g Worship..........
Night Service .............
New Providence
Mrs. Mande Minea, Pastor
Sunday S.hool ............. MM am
Morning V orship ........... 11M a.m.
Night i*-vie.............. IM pm.
1Mb Bt-Eie AMI
ALEBOOK AIE PORCE BASE
Daily _
Saturday ------
Sunday Mann ..........T>
SpanUh ...................
US NAVAL STATION, rlodman
*.^n- ma.M................ 4.0*
M
7M
7M
._ '"Daily Man
a.88. gupday Man
Jewtoh
FORT KOBBE
Saturday .......................
ALBROOK AIE FORCE BASE
Saturday ......................
USO-JWB (Balboai
Friday .,.................
ATLANTIC BIDE
rroleslant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship .............. U 00 i
Midweek Fellowship. Thunday.. 7M
was predicted for the North Car-|
olina mountains tonight.
In Chicago, firemen fought a
riverfront fire on the edge of the
P,Mr Loop in near-zero temperatures!
P.r*"iand water turned to slush almost
AFL -4 quicifj^ as it his the ground.
Tt was impossible to atop ice
from forming.
Five persons, including two sis-
ten rnd a brother, burned to
death in home fires in Georgia.
The three children of retired Col.
and Mrs. Harvey W. Wilkinson
were trapped in an early-morning
fire at their farm home near
Franklin. An Atlanta man died in
an apartment fire and a Negro
child burned to death'near Aus-
telLGa., when a heater burst in-
M>Ohenoef the coldest spots in the
eountry was Montana where a
reading of 40 below was reported.
Some sections may get a little
relief tomorrow as the weather
bureau predicts a south wind will
hike temperatures from Texas
through the centra! valleys to the
middle Atlantic States. Elsewhere,
the mercury will stay about the
same.
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FLOTA MERCANTE
GRANC0L0MBIANA, S. A.
ANNOUNCES
THE ARRIVAL OF THE
S.S. "KRISTEN TORM"
ON DECEMBER 21, 1955 FROM CANADIAN PORTS.
GENERAL CARGO WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR t
T/WPA and NEW YORK
APPLY:
i'
WILFORD & McKAY, Inc.
Masonic Building Cristobal, C. Z.
TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL: 2998 1760
2535
Bav. Was. J. Joanna. Paster FoBT OULICK
Sundsy School............. f M a.m. Sunday School ...........
Mornlij- Worship .......... MM a.m Morning Worship .........
Night an vice ............... 'I* M Youth Fellowship. Sunday
S4S
ii-oo
too
Pint Charch of Ood ,
B'dg IKSDiablo IM*, CA
Esv Wm Uvlsujstoa, Pael
Momii.g Worship ........... 10:00 am
Sundae School .............. 11-00 am
Night .servio .............. 7Mm
. causea o* the iouesqlaea
UOSPEL
I US- NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola
Mormng Wo^lp".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.' U;B
Holy Communion Firrt Sunday
of Month)
r.th.nc
"?h^SU.mrd.yn of F.tlms-The Holv Ronry-5:08 am '<* Merntag Prayer and Chureh
First Communion fnttruetions for chU-! ,,.2!, Wl,w .ntiom
dren Monday, and Thunday. IMS to, ^ ,*%!,
,:0 P-" ______ i TUESDAYS
MlBAClXOtm MEDA^rlHeha. T^k"^'^' <-*""">
,!S P.m i -M-. .an ? s m .~l THURSiiAYS AND FRIDAYS
Confessions- Saturdsy 7 00 to SM pm. After Rosary nch eve-
Miraculous Medal Novena: 111 and
7M pm. on Monday.
Catechism Clan: After SM Man on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Yeer.
First Saturday: Ma at 1:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Man 7:00 and 30 am
Holy Dsy Mann: M am. and 8:12
Confessions 4M to IM and 7M to
IM p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 0 p m
on Monday.
Church History Croup evwry Tuesday
st 7:90 pm.
Teen-Aag* Club: 7:M p.m. on Wednes-
day.
Catechism Cls: 4:00 p.m Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inquiry-Discualon Group every Fri-
day7:30 pni
THURSDAYS
M i m Holv
HOLY DAYS
M ant. Holy Cammunion.
, CHRIST CHURCW" dl-TBE-gtil
Colon, k'ele P
(OMoalto Hmo W*ahmgto*<
V Malnert I. fitmum. Baeto*
The Rev Henry A Blake
Associate Jtoctor
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA ,
At ebecca .Ledge. Balboo Road
U Bocs Ed. Eev. and Mrs Carl
Thoenaeoii PMton
SuneU-v School .......... 30 m
Morruuv Worship ........ 11M a. .
RAINBOW CITY
Corn and*lph and Klsmouth Sis
Bev ai.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttle Piston
Mr. Paul Brywn, Ant. Pastor
Phone. I-22M
Sunday School............ IM a.
Morning Worship .......... 11M a. m
Daily L_
I Sunday Mass .
Confanions. Sunday .
'fobt gulicx
at Daily stas ..........
. Sunday Ma .........
I Srjarash...............
m : Contenios, Saturday
7M
*M
1:41
........ 1:0
........ 7:4S
........ 8:41
0 A 7M
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Man............ ........
Sunday Man V..................
Comtntauon
The
SUNDAYS
am aoly Cemsounk
Morning V orship ......
EvangcIUtic Service. ...
Tun. Govel' aarvlee ..
Thur. Spanish Service
CHUBCB OP OOO (Peatoeeatol)
Rev. B. E Wenon,' Overseer
Phone I-4M. Box EM. Gamboa
Church** at Paraso. C*. (Bav. sM
Mrs. Hermsn a Whytei. Coln. B.P
(Rev, remando Lorence). Ble Ahaje
iHev. and Mrs. Charl Hayn), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Graavni
Sunday aad weebdaya vl*n al all
church.
Posts and Bases
ST. VINCFXTSBarabow City
Sunday Masas: IM am. aad IM
* Holy Day Ms.: M *m and M
Confessions: 4M to IM and 7 0 to
1.00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Cla 1048 a m on Sunday SUNDAYS
M m ChofI Eucharist and
MM a a Cburch School Saastoa.
7-3 ea* Snlni Evensong Mel
WEDNESDAY
M am Holy Cnsaninloa
7M am Evenma Pray and
M om Adult ConflrmsUeo
THUESDATS
IM o Praver Guild
FRIDAYS
SM am Children" feirBarMl.
SATURDAYS
10 to am Junior CMflnaalton ana
7M D Cornnlln n< MecUtetioss
HOLY DAYS
1:00 am. oly Communion.
RAIVAOW CITY ^
Chana of St Mary, the Vtrgto
The Vea. Ms Inert 1 PMenea
Priest In Charge
The Be. Jean A.
0MI1 Clnaevery Monday at 7M
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 to p
on Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7M pm
Friday
Sung Eurharurt ......
Chur-it School ......
F.ven-.n snd Sermon
WKDNPSDAYS
Everrv.ng and
THUBSDAYb
Holy Communion
TM
CMy
laiO a a, Mnrnin* pravei hJ
MO pm Sunday School
PflS o m Bvonlne r*ra ano
fBlhtT MaTBrOOian CHUttlN
IVStre and MMnrl A
Caton R P
. m
toiy
a in
Sanaa SMna*
om rianan*
asnua***) uf Maay. i
TM am Prav Sfoattoa
ys disTasoiriai mus
Balabow City CJ
^-ate Samuel a loen Mjnwi
vat- o.
MtBay Vhnoi ft* all et 2* .
i-B-B-i inriaeli T m i hi*
naadar 7 us. Pr*r sreeuoA
IMMACUI ATE COMCHPTION-uo ,._,,
Sunday Maw: I 18 ra -. Q_12Jrlb-i
Cm^SjfT ?/ n on Sat "" Vrt^SSSFtSLm-.
^^CMtonlons. SM to 7M p.m. on Sat-, ,,. m C*aris
Cnmmiam Cton: 4M pm. on Mondv.i,^&*J-^A,f5rfa-*
Holy C emmuruon........ SM Ida
2nd AND th SUNDAYS
MM LADT OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday B
Holy Day Masan: Mam
p.m
CoofeaMons Saturdsy at TM pm and
after all evening devotions
Baptisms by avpototnent.
Miraculous Modal Manean: 7M pm
on Tveeday *
Sacred Heart Novena: 7 M an an
Friday
Sunday School SM p.m. on Si-nday.
Religious Instruction Clan for.Chtr-
dren. 4M pm on Thursday
ous Inctruetlon far adults (Coa*
r-urtod la Spenrahi 7M pm en Mop-
day
Convert Instrucuons by .ppisninm.
Monvrg Praver
'*- ,:"-Jm'aa' BMTbV .. IMam
"d to aorti School, nth Susv
MM
t-anstopb'. CMerh
i* Si Paraste I
Th Bav CM.MII W Hayos.
Priest In Charge
*'" Skmdsy School IIM am
Mrlft. I ,la SM A *>
, fvwui.^ r-rnvei^ atoe toaos I
Waaaar.'. aS ? an* A m Bund.
* P2_
I
i COCO EOLITO
Sunday Ma
7M p. m
tS't m ro*T O""
Tunday ....
Jewish
PACIFIC SIDE
FORT AMADOS
Sunday School ............v...
Morning Worship ..............
Church-Tim Iftantory School...,
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (BuUdmg Ma
IM) ..........................
Morning Worship..............
Wednesday Evening Pray Meet
ing nd Bible Clan .........,
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building No
711) ........................
Morning Worship..............
Evening Worship ..............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday Sehool ................. M
Adult Bible On (NCO Club).. IM
Morning Worship ........1:11 A 10:41
Youth Fellowship ..............
Eevoning Worship ........
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Bodmaa
Sunday Sehool ................. IM
Morning Worship.............. 11 .to
Holy Communion First Sunday
f Month) __
M
10M
MM
SI
11:11
IM
IM
1148
M
M
7 00
M
IM
7:11
Seventh Day
Adventis.
Weekly Sorel* to al) Churo
a foUew;
SATUEDAT.
Sabbath School. IM am Divine Bar*
11M a.m. Youths Meeting. 4:30 pn
AY: Bible Lecture, i* p.m.
_ IfcSDAY: Bible Study and Pray
Sarvlc* "M om
Pacific SidePanam A Balboa
District Poster W H Wall
Tel M S-M42I
CAM Verde. Ay. J. P. d* 1* On* Mo.
77. Panam No. 1 Jamaica Society Ball
-8" St Mo X Chorrillo. Mth St No. 17
Pueblo Nuevo, t-A St between Srd and
th Sta. Bio Abaio. Ilth St No. 27.
Balboa Chapel. MM Cavila* Ed. Balboa
iSaturdav only).
Soagush ChurchesPanam A Cristobal
District Pastor Buhan Bul.
Panam, Calle Carien No. 2 OisUoai
1Mb St' es Bolvar Ave.
Gambo A Frijol
District Pastor A. A Grigal*
ITeL IMI
Gamboa, Praltt Parkway Pujla*.
Atlantic SideColn A Cristobal
District Paetor V G. Newasaa
(Tal M SMULI
Catoa, Srd. St A Cnrtral Are. Crteto-
aaLiath St A-Bolvar Ave.
Madame Pandit
Hopes Porhigal
Will Give Up Goa
LONDON. Dec. 10 (UP) In-
dia's high commissioner In Lon-
don Madame Vijaya Lakshml
Pandit said yesterday she hoped
the gevemment of Portugal would
"abandon its bitter hold" In the
Portuguese enclaves in India and
harken truly to the Christian
teachings it professes."
In.an introduction to "The Sto-
ry of Goa'* Issued today.by the
Indian Information Service Ma-
dame Pandit laid that the Goan
"seeks his freedom in a peaceful
way honouring the Message oi
tolerance." .
Mn. Pindit. former president
of the United Nations, added "the
freedom of a people is no longer
a commodity to be withheld at
the pleasure or for the profit of
a ruler, nor a prize to be offered
for good behaviour."
WALLITEXCAVATED
OGDEN. Utah (UP) An un-
identified man rang the doorbell
of Mn. Herbert Swaner and re-
turned a wallet containing $50 and
a driver's license her husband had
lost a year before. He said it wai
found during excavation of a down-
town itreet.
ISth ND laXADOUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (*h>lseop*
Morning W*rh ..............
Holy Communton Pint Sunday
or
Mwhn Welfare Beard Sid TM-E La
Boo* Beau. Balboa. CX. Rabbi Nathan
7-*i,Wlth*L Director
,M| lrvle- Friday. TM pm Mtarday.
(So* aie listing* of Jewish arvicw
under Posta. Sana and Stations).
FORT AMADOR
Deity Man ........
Cenfeaaiaaa. MUarday
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Ma
Sunday Mase
Canfaaaien Saturday
COBOZAL
Sunday 1
FORT KOB
/Dally
I to to
. M m IM
IM m IM

..7M A M
TM A I to
II M
M
Congreaation Eol Shearltb larad. Ave-
nidaC'ibs and 21th Street Bella Vlata.
Panam City Service IM ant
uitherad
_ LUTBMBAM CHUBCH
-The Cha* ill of the Latheraa ~
MS Balboa Road. Botoe.
Pbeo* Belbee MM
Sunday School and Junior aod AdoB
Btole CIs- at 8 oa am : Watohl* ~
New ^
on recipe
saves time
Proper* Royal Ran in min
- without on oven or double
boiler. Just combine the oral
Flan mixture with milk, bring
il to a boil, pour into molds.
Four creamy servings from
each poefcao When you hap
-osk (or Royen Flon.
No. 711)
..IM
iBu
toa, 10:18 am Reaular covered dist sua-
id Sunday af each asonn
at M
Buadai
par tM.saeonii
-" POT use Hiwio ounuaj mi i. I
to a t M Lutheran Service Cant a
o Holy Coramualan Qw tint A
pi a mini u
0 Friday
V "
o He
lee- each
lay each asonth with a |
uildtoa .devotion aod regtotrtJon
7M IB la-ovtoM at 7 am
y^ BVeflr
oadatwo
Plan to attend Church this Sunday
AT THE (
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
^ BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
I0:40-MORNINO WORSHIP
"POWER THROUGH WEAKNESS"
I Cor. 13
Children's Chspsl 10:40 Robsrt Snydsr
6:30B.T.U. (Traininf a Christiau Living)
7:30EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
"THE POWER TO TRANSFORM CITY"
Pastor W. H. BEEBY
SpraUnx
YOUTH CHOIR r SOLOIST GIRL'S TRIO
COMPLETE NURSERY SERVICE SPECIAL MUSIC
RADIO OUTLET HOXO
EVANGEUST1C SERVICE
JANUARY 1 .
"GOD CAN DO ANYTHING"
AMAZING MECHANICAL TOYS.
FROM GERMANY-
Motorcycles that Stunt
Cars with Horn and Shift
Tumbling Monkeys
Violin-Playing Gowns
Monkey Drummers
AND MAY OTHER PERFORMING
TOYS FROM J1.00
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER IT, 115!
THE PANAMA AMERICAN afro INDEPENDENT- DAILT NEWSEAEER
PAGE NDfl.
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Pom Hall Studants
Ham* Far Christmas
Tht following students it Perm
Hall Junior College and Prepara-
tory School. Coambcrsburg, Penn-
sylvania, have returned to tlicir
homes for Christmas vacation:
Miss Manuelita C. Arias, Miss
Charlen* Hazel Becson, Miss
Bertha Emilia Chambonnet, Miss
Graciela Elena Chambonnet. Miss
Vilma Btella D'Anello, Miss Hel-
ene Louise DeBoyrie.
MEETINGS
Notice About Gifts
For Tawar Club
Tower Club members
are re-
Kaca) aetka tar incluan in mis
cnlnmn ihvuld hmlllcd in type-
written form and mailed la oat of
Ike box aaathen IIMa* *Mj Iq "So-
clal and Otktnvr," or ritlivrrtd
fes- and la tat wtflca. Nattaaa ai
aarllf% caaaal ta acessjlsd B# laat-
Madical Association
Meets Tuesday
The Medical Association of the
, quested to leave their Christmas Isthmian Canal Zone will hold its
588th meeting at FortC 1 *;y t on
General Hospital on
7:00 p.m.
> .-.>: I
mr turn mrs ROBERTO E. REICARD received the felicitations of friends last Saturday at a
^JnVlM Sen at the hornof the bride's mother following their marriage. Mrs Relcatd Is
^ ?er MlL Edna W daughter of Mrs. Raquel 8. Levy of Bell Vista and the late Mr.
ChonrSlIevTi?r husbYnd L fhe son of Mrs. abela Relchard and the late Mr. Irrln Reich-
gifts for the girls of the Bella Vis-
ta Children's Home at the Cathe-
dral of St. Luke at some time in
advance of-the Christmas Party,
to take place in Bishop Morris
Hall on Monday, at 8:30 p.m.
Please make your dinner reser-
vations by calling Panama 34148
or 3-2785.
La Baca Cha rus
Ta Sins At Balboa *V
The La Boca Chorus, under the-
leadership of Miss Emily Butch'
er, will present a special program
of Christmas music at the Balboa
4:00 p.m.
Leonard M. Brockman. Chair-
man of the Committee of Manage-
ment, will preside and the Rever-
end Oscar Olsen. Pastor of Bal
boa Union Church will bring a
Christmas message.
Selections from Handel's Mes-
siah, Christmas carels and hymns
will be included in the program.
Among the selections will be: And
the Glory of the Lord. Carol of the
Bells, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring.
Angels We Have Heard on High,
Silent Night. Oh. Christmas. Tree
and other traditional Christmas
selections.
Refreshments will be served at
the close of the program. The pub-
lic is invited the attend.
Tuesday at
ily Butcher, will present a s p e
cial program of Christmas music
at the Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. TOT
MORROW AT V4 P.M.
Leonard M. Brockman, chair-
man of the committee of manage-
ment, will preside. Oscar Olsen.
The following scientific program!pastor of Balboa Union Church
will be presented: will deliver a Christmas message.
"Disaster Control Organization!
of the Armed Services, Panama Selections from Handel's M e s-
Area" by Maj. H. F. Fancy, Post siah, Christmas carols and hymns
Surgeon, Ft. Clayton, C. Z. I will be included in the pro-
"Brief on Radiological Instru- gram. Among the selections will
ments" by Maj. S. D. Noyes, be: "And the Glory of the Lord,"
Chief of Material Division, Chem-1 "Carol of the Bells," "Jesu, Joy
ical Section, USARCARIB. of Man's Desiring," "Angels We
Have Heard on High," "Silent
"Medical Management of Mass1 Night," "Oh. Christmas Tree" and
Casualties in Nuclear Warfare-'other traditional Christmas selec-
by Capt.. M. G. Batton. Chief of.tions.
Preventive Medicine Divisin, Med-
ical Section, USARCARIB. Refreshments will be served at
the close of the program. The
Archaeologies! Society
Halds Annual Elections
The Archaeological Society of
Panama will hold its regular
meeting at the USffcJWB. 792-X
La Boca Rd ..' Balboa. Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. There will be an im-
portant business meeting, annual
election of officers and discussion
of.plans and activities. .
Bedding Makers
Eye Crowing Boys
CHICAGO -(UP)- Ralph Quran,
president of the National Associ-
ation of Bedding Manufacturers,
told the group's annual convention
here that more super-sized bed-
ding are being produced.
He said the reason is a kind of
"reverse evolution" in which sue-
under the leadership ofMiss Em-,Ceeding generations of Americans
are growing taller. The average
height of five-ten of the time of!
Cro-magnon man seems possible,
he added.
La Boca Choras
To Sing Tomorrow
At Balboa YHCA
The La Boca Alumni Chorus,
.i
In connection with matters
of Interest- to the parties. It
is desired to locate
EARL OSCAR FLAQQ
and BERTA FLAQQ.
Any Information with inspect
to said parties will be ap-
preciated. Please call Felipe
Tapia, of Tapia, Rlcord ft;
Phillipps. Telephone 2-1359.
public is invited.
Military Enfineers Hold
Intartitine Maatinfi
The Canal Zone Post of The So-
ciety of American Military En-
gineers held its regular monthly
dinner and meeting in the ball-
room of the Tivoli Hotel last Mon-
da
guest speaker, Major Gen-'8.
eral John S. Seybold, delivered an
extremely interesting and infor-
mative address on tl\c, organiza-
tion, structure., and operation of
the Panama Canal Company and
its relationship to that of the. Ca-
nal Zone Government.
His talk was supported by charts
graphically highlighting import-
ant phases of his speech.
Upon conclusion, he was given
a rousing ovation by the 88. merab-'
ers present for the occasion.
The next meeting for the Canal
Zone Post is scheduled for JSn;
ard.

TEEN AGERS ENJOY FORMAL PROGRESSIVE
DINNER BEFORE HIGH SCHOOL DANCE
Fathers acted as chanffears for their glamoroos daughters
when the 15th Naval District Fort Amador Teen Club heW a
formal progressive dinner last night before the Balboa High
School Fomai Dance at the Tivoli Guest House
The party went to the home of Chaplain and Mrs. -Best
for appetisers. For the salad course they went on to Colonel
and Mrs. J. L. Frlnk's home.. Commander and Mrs. Charles t-
Napier were hosts for the dinner eeorse, .Dessert was served
at the quarters of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Milton E. Miles.
Clone! Frank D. .Miller
g ttrtalns Parents
and Mrs. Frank O. Miller
This Fall bis picture appeared
in The Albuquerque Tiroes under,
the caption "New Navy Boss Men
for the Year"; and again as Pres-'
deal of the Senior Class. He was!
elected to "Who's Who in the Col-
leges and Universities of America
"as a result of votes cast by over
110 organizations on the campus.'
Recently Michael returned from
They i An exchange of gifts was the high Leadership Conference held
the house reflected the holida:
season. Carols were sung and Je:
Slaughter gave an impromptu per
I
This year he was elected presi-
dent of The Men's Honorary Soc-
iety and appointed Chief Justice
of the Student Court. He is a mem-
ber of Vigilantes and K h a t a 11
which are composed of members
who have distinguished t h en-
selves in various campus activi-
ties as well as scholastieatly.
.r."viTtm Their ion and daght- form anee of a jumped up version
JrinY.w Colonel ind Mrs. Frank;on Jingle Bella.ontte.harmonica,
p. Miner at Fort Aro ador.
Z?:LT^mT'i&$"*^nr guests enjoying, th. party
ton ear y this ..P v e Mr and Mrj Richlrd Dan.
8t^.onnei^n^M.Muler..r.en-iel>n. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
tertaining their, quests, with sev
a
in
Washing'- light of the evening. Members andjsanta Fe and is at present attend-!
ing a Council on Inter-American
Affairs in Texas where he was
sent as delegate to represent his
university.
Don*t be muled!
Disregard the price!
Demand ROUX TINT
at all times!
It enjoye the largest sales volume' lit Panama, United
States and other countries, mainly because it does net
create difficulties with your hair. It does not Itch or
otherwise bother your scalp!
It never fails to give the results desired!
Distributor In the Republic of Panama and
the .Canal Zone
*",. JULIO VOS ~v-V
No 3 "A" Street Tel. 2-2971, Panama
PHARMACY colon
REX
Our Specially
SHRIMPS
ANY STYLEf
Cocktail............. $0f0
VSaute"............... 1.35
Hollandalse........... 175
French Fried ........ 150
Curried............... 1-50
Served with French Fries,
Bread and Butter.
GlBARD PERRE6AX
i Jalat Udvaniaq* Tlow! Suif
Quhinq CfoihdmaA $siaADn
EiJEhpJAJE.
GAS STOVES
NO DOWN PAYMENT
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Just say: "CHARGE IT'
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"The Small*'
Model S
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MONTHLY..$10.00 f
CLUB _____ 5.00 %
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eral parties.
This
Miiler
afternoon
attended
Mr. and Mrs.
the baptism of
Judge. Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Huffman, Mrs. Norma Du Voll,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cla SuniUer, I Mrs. Sopar Will Direct
Captain and Mrs. George Parker. Candlelight Service At Gatun
..Mr. and Mrs. Ted McGann, Mr | Mrs. John L. Sugar will direct
anddaughUr. Mary'and Mrs. Jeff Slaughter. Mrs. Dol-; the candlelight Service for the
at St Lukes E-b Styles, Mrs. Manon Greene Gatun Union Church, Dec. 34th at)
Rishon R He- Mr. and Mrs. David Coffey. Miss1U:00 p.m.
Nancy Ramsey, Miss Disne Dare.i Mrs. Sugsr has only been on the
Mr. Dick Cancellier, Miss Barba-! isthmus twb and a half years, but'
ra Egolf, Mr. Louis Dedeaux. Mrs. already her reputation aa a musi-'
Mary Roddy, and Mrs. Ana Mae 1^,0 s firmly established. She dir-
Butcher. !acted the music at the Cristobal,
.Union Church until it was closed I
Many of the group are planning n September to become a Mis-
to travel to the Pacific Side for:ion. she has directed Choral1
the Christmas Party for the groups ,n the States tor twenty
Virginia Miller,
piscopal Cathedral. .
her Gooden and Dean M. Rich
ard McDonald officiated. The god-
parents Colonel and Mrs. W. R.
Seymour gave a small reception
following the ceremony.
Ambassador To Costa Rica
Hra Per Christmas
The Panama. Ambassador
JmT o.-._. ihc.i(nr n lne morsima rij .... groups in ine aiaies ior twenty
r*?! .vmiJVrb.VJ w'-It?' S^001 the BUnd Wednesdsyjyears, and is one of the few worn-
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SATURDAY, DECEMRER IT, 1951
PAGE TEN_____________ -"-
Jtobinson, Trice Mound Opponents In 4Big One'
RAYO SPECIALIST Armando Baragao, who fights former
featherweight champion Pedro Tesis at the Colon Arena Sunday
night, is a 23-year-old Cuban who has compiled an amazing
knockout record In Cuban rings. The visitor started fighting
Srofessionally in 1953 and has racked up 16 kayos in 24 bouts,
e is considered one of Cuba's bright prospects among the 135-
pounders. Tesis and Baragao are scheduled to go ten rounds
i at a weight limit of 134 pounds.
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n Willie Mays Wins
NL Slugging Crown
For Second Year
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
Figures released today prove
what most people have said all
long about Willie Mays.
The young New York Giant
centerflelder Is quite a man
with the bat. Good enough to
win the National League slug-
ging; crown for the second year
in a row. That's something no
one has done since Stan.Muslal
won in 1043 and 1044.
Here are the figures: Mays
has an official 1955 slugging av-
erage of .650. He topped the cir-
cuit in total bases with 382. Wil-
lie got 185 hits in 152 games. Of
those hits, 51 were home runs-
tops for the majors this season.
Duke Snider of the Brooklyn
Dodgers was second in slugging
with a mark of .628. Ted Klus-
zewski of Cincinnati was runner
up In total bases with 358.
The slugging mark is figured
by dividing the total times at
bat580 for Maysinto total
bases, of which Mays got 382.

Santee Claims
Clear Conscience
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
The fastest mllcr in the United
States says he isn't worried over
the A.A.U. investigating his ama-
teur status.
Wes Santee says"I'd be heart
broken if not allowed to run in
the Olympics next fall at Austra-
lia. But I'm not worried. My con-
science is clear." Santee addsVI
never made demands on meet di-
rectors. I have always accepted
expenses in good faith and made
full reports on them."
Santee was suspended by the
Missouri A.A.U. on charges he ac-
cepted too much expense monuy
The suspension wm lifted but the
National A.A.U. haj voted tin in
vestigate the case again. Thurs-
day night Santee won a special
one-mile event at New York in
four-minutes, 10 and two-tenth
seconds. It was run on a flat
floor with no banks on ths turns
rf
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BIG PICTURES IN
WEEKEND RELEASE!!
...a deadly,
but peace-loving
man to kom fate
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ft
rete land.
Davis Club Sets
Handicap Tourney
The Fort Davis Golf Club will
stage its annual Christmas Tur-
key Shoot Sunday with two
hams-and two turkeys being up
for grabs in the 18-hole handi-
cap tournament. Anyone is eli-
gible to participate in the tour-
ney. Handicaps will be provided.
WRECKING CREW__The Chesterfield Smokers' power-packed lineup went on a batting ram-
ease last night as they bombarded the Carta Vieja Yankees in handing them, a 15 to 2 drub-
bln* Of the Smokers' 14 basehlts, five were homers, which tied a league record for most round-
trinners bv one team in a game. The homerun hitters were left to right: Prank Austin, short-
stoSrBniy Queen! catcher; Clyde Parria, third baseman; Danny ScheU, left fielder, and Billy
Stewart, center fielder. __________________
Chiricanos Flying In To Root
For Ibarra Tomorrow Night
TAMING:
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A party of 18 "Chiricanos" will
make a special plane trip from
David, Chiriqui, to see their
"paisano" Toto Ibarra in "the
fight of the year" with Byron
Cumber batch at the National
Gymnasium tomorrow night.
Both fighters finished their
training drills yesterday. Toto
was allowed to do only callsthe
nics gnd shadow boxing by his
trainer Alfredo Peres.
Cumberbatch, under the guid-
ance of Vic Hill, aparred three
rounds. They will both "take it
easy" today.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 15, Carta Vieja 2
TONIGHTS GAME(7:30)Olympic Stadium
SpurCola (Trice 3-0) vs. Chesterfield (Robinson 1-1)
WICHITA
Timetable Set For Nashua
To Become All-Time Money
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Chesterfield Seeks To Cut
Colamen Loop Lead Tonight
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The second place Chesterfield Smokers engage
the Spur Cola Sodamen tonight at the Olympic Sta-
dium in a game that could be a "big one" for the
Smokers. Humberto Robinson (1-1) and Bob Trice
(3-0), have been named as starting pitchers.
down inte the cellar, fire
games off the pace.
Ross Orimsley, who started for
the Smokers, allowed nine safe-
ties as he picked up his second
win against no losses. He was
relieved by Alberto Osorlo in the
eighth, who finished the game
hurling; hltless and scoreless ball
the rest of the way.
Starter Bill Hockenbury was
charged with his first defeat a-
gainst no wins. He was followed
tc the mound by Ronald Unke,
who in turn was relieved by
Bobo Hlggins.
The Smokers lost no time In
getting things started. They
picked ap six tall'es In a big
second inning that was fea-
tured by round trippers by
Parris and Stewart.
The winners got some more
batting practice for tonight's
game by scoring single runs in
the fourth and fifth; three in
the sixth and four in the sev-
enth. They garnered a total of
14 base hits.
* *
Slugging Bee
A win for the Smokers would
place them in striking position,
one and one-half games away
from the league leading Soda-
men.
Robinson, who last season was
used mainly against the then
powerful carta Vieja Yankee
club, and became known as the
"Yankee killer," will have a new
role cut out for him this season.
As Ions; as the Sodamen con-
tinue to be the "team to beat,"
manager Joe Nachlo will ase
Hobby, considered the ace of
his staff, against them, phen-
ever practical.
Tonight's 'game could be a re-
petition of the pitchers' duel
that ensued Dec. 9 when Robin-
son and Trice faced.each other
in the first game of the season's
first doubleheader.
That was the seven Inning
game that the sodamen won out
4 to 3 in the bottom of the sixth
after Cheserfield had scored a
run hi their half of the same in-
ning to break a two-all tie.
Robinson and Trice went all
the way, Robby giving up four
hits to Trice's four,
hits to Trice's five.
Home runs by Chesterfield
sluggers Clyde Parris, Bill
Stewart, Prank Austin, Billy
Queen and Danny Schell, help-
ed rive the fading Yankees a
15 to 2 drubbing last night,
and pushed them further
WA-
TOTO IBARRA
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
The time table ha been arrang-
ed for "Nashua's" bid to become
the all time money winner of
the turf.
Trainer Sunny Jfcn FttsstnM-
mnos says Nashua will begin
galloping on Dee. 2*3 as he
preps for the SM.tM McLen-
nan Handicap at Hialeah. The
top three-year-old of 1955 also
has been nominated for the
SlflO.OM VWdener Handicap at
Hialeah and the *lM,m San-
ta Anita Handicap.
Nashua was bought Thursday
by Leslie Combs for a record
one and one-quarter million
dollars. The colt earned $945,000
for the late William Woodward,
Junior, who was shot to death
In October by his wife who mis-
took him for a prowler.
Fitzsimmons says Nashua will
leave Claiborne Farm near Lex-
ington, Kentucky, one week
from tomorrow. The 81-year-old
trainer explains"Well gallop
Nashua every morning for the
first couple of weeks, gradually
stretching it out until he goes
two miles" Fitzsimmons add
"We won't train Nashua for any
particular tune up race. If an
overnight event comes up which
could serve as a good workout,
we'll run him before the Mc-
Lennan Handicap."
Nashua, if he runs in the
Santa Anita Handicap, may
face "Swaps," the California
colt which scored that upset
In this year's Kentucky Der-
by. But FItssimsaoBs says he
would rather keep Nashua
campaigning a Florida.
The big race in California to-
day is the $35,000 Tanforan
Handicap which has drawn a
field of eight. "Correlation" b
the overnight choice for the
mile and one-eighth closing day
feature.
Ibarra should have no trou-
ble making the 110-pound
weight limit. Yesterday he tip-
ped the scales at HIV* pounds.
Peres said he should pick up
one pound more by weigh tig
in time at 11 am. tomorrow.
Cumberbatch, however, may
encounter some difficulty. Yes-
terday, after his three-round
workout, and a massage that
lasted half an hour, he
weighed 1*2*4.
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Bob Hopkins Cracks
All-Time Cage Mark
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP) -
College basketball has a new all-
time high-scoring champiin.
He is six-foot-nine Bob Hopk.ns
of (.rambling College in Louisia-
na. Hopkins is the first player ev-
er' to score more than three-thou-
sand points during a college ca-
reer. The Grambling ace tallied SI
points against Wiles' College last
week to run his all-time total to
three-thousand-and-62 points.
Hopkins already has passed the
record of 2.952 points set by Carl
Hartman of Alderson Broaddus in
a four-year career ending last
year. Hopkins also is playing his
fourth varsity season.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK Dec. 17 (UP) -
Track star Wes Santee has won
the handicap mile run at the
Metropolitan A.A.U. Games in
New York.
Santee started from scratch,
and ran the mile In four minutes,
10-point-two second*. It is the fast-
est indoor mile run in New
track can't -emember aay fast-
er, except the record of four,
minutes nine-point-one seconds!
set st Buffalo by Don Gehrmann
BOWLING
Joe Wilman of Berwyn, Illinois,
still leads the All-Star owling
Tournament at Chicago with a 86-
polnt-oh-four mark after five
rounds in the Peterson point scor-
ing system. Anita Cantaline of
Detroit Is leading the' women's
division.
Scott Frost Named
Trotter Of Year
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 17 (UP)
The United States Trotting Asso-
ciation has named "Scott Frost"
as three-year-old trotter of the
year.
Scott Frost swept all major
stakes in his division.and climax-
ed his campaign by beating old-
er horses in the $75,000 American
trotting Classic at Hollywood
Park. A panel of 103 trotting win
without a dissenting vote.
In other trotting classifications,
'Saboteur" was voted the two-
year-old trotter of 1955 and "Kim-
berly Kid" as older trotter of
the year.
Among the pacers, the filly
"Belle Action" made it as two-
rear-cld champ. "Quick
Chief won three-year-old pacing
honors. and "Adios Harry"
was selected champion older pac-
er.
Along The Fairways
Ladles Day at Fort Davis
Our ladies day on Wednesday
was a big success. A nine hole
tournament was played witn Er-
lene Dials taking low gross and
tying Viola Pavlick for lev net.
Following the play we had our
covered dish luncheon and the
girls proved that they could cook
as well as golf.
After lunch the prizes for the
ringer tournament were presented
by CWO Ralph Dials. Louise Rey-
nolds took low gross, Viola Pav-
lick had first low net and Erlene
Dials and Jea* Stirewalt tied for
second low net. The prize for the
most ringers wen. to Jean Stire-
walt..
Capt. Boyd was a guest and
made a short and very interesting
talk to the girls.
This was our last regular day
of play until after the holidays. See
you the first Wednesday in Janua-
ry.
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WUhelm, u .....4
Kropf, cf .......4
Glamp, Sb ......4
Dabek, c ........S
Hlggins, p .......o
Porter .......... 1
Hockenbury, p .. 1
Unke^p .........l
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Porter filed out for Hlggins in
9th.
Chesterfield
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Prescott, rf .....5
Roberts, lb ..... 3
B. Osorlo, lb .... 0
Stewart, cf ...... 3
Schell, If ........ 5
Parris, 3b .......8
Queen, c ........4
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SUMMARY: RBI's: Parris,
Austin 2, Stewart 3, Dabek,
Queen, Schell 3, Roberts 3. Dick-
ens. Earned runs: Chesterfield
7. Carta Vieja 3. Left on bases:
Chesterfield 8, Carta Vle|a-8.
Home runs: parris. Stewart, Aus-
tin. Oueen, Schell. Two base
hits: Bartlrome 2, Olamp, Kronf,
Queen. Turninelli, Phillips. Dick-
ens, A. Osorlo. Wild pitches:
Hockenbury 3. Struckout by:
Orimsley 1, Osorlo 1. By Hock-
enbury 1, Unke 3, Hlgatns 3.
Bases on balls off: Hockenbury
3, Unke 3. Pitchers' record:
Hockenbury 6 runs, 4 hits In 1
2 3 innings; Unke 6 runs 3 nits
in 4' V3 inninars: Orimsley 2
runs 9 hits In 7 mnlngs. (None
out in Sth). Errors: Chesterfield
1 (Parris), Carta Vieja 6 (Glamp
3. Bartlrome. Dickens, Shante).
I.oslne pitcher: Hockenbury (0-
1). Wlnnine pitcher: Orimsley
(2-0). UmDlres: Thornton. Hinds,
Coppln. Time of game: 2:84.
BYRON CUMBERBATCH
Hill said, however, he Is con-
fident the problem will be solved
bv tomorrow morning.
On the rubbing table yester-
day at the Marafion Oym, Cum-
berbatch told sports writers he
was not sure whether the fight
would go the limit or end In a
knockout.
"But I have no doubts of one
thing," declared the dusky
battler from Calldonla, "when
It's all over 101 be the wanner."
Ibarra, taciturn and reserved
as ever, would only say, "I feel
real Rood." '
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San Francisco, Depaul In Chicago Invitational Cage Finals
Accuracy On Spares Is
Best Way To Up Average
Eleventh of 11 illustrated and
tractive articles written far
NIA Servic
By BUZZ FAZIO
ABC Masters Champion
YOUR flrit ball got 11 the piiu
except oh that pesky 10
standing aU by Itself in the corn-
er atore than 60 feet away.
So maybe you figure that then
ia no use trying too hard. It'a a
mighty small target ... and It's
onl/ one pin.
That's where you're wrong.
Spares are bonus shots giving you
10 pins, plus whatever you knock
down with the next ball.
Many bowlers are strike hap-
py. If they don't ge a arlke, hey
tend to relax and net concentrate
on apares. ...
The easiest way to build your
average is to develop accuracy on
spares. That can make a 140 game
a IN or a good 1W an excellent
190
Two words tell how to make
sPres-cross alley. Shoot apare
leaves on the lelt from the rign
side. Sparea on he right side are
shot from the le. For a 10 pto,
deliver the ball on the opposite
side of the alley used In making
the 7. If tbeheadpin la ttanding.
deliver the ball from the normal
srlke position.
Wantto add 10 points to your
average quickly?
Pick up one more pare than
usual earn game.
NEXT: Tonga spare leaves
College' Gage Scores
CHICAGO ILUNI TOURNEY
(First Rend)
Illinois Tech 91, Chicago Tchn
North 7.
jewis 107, Cblcsgo Univ. 60.
Carthage (111) 3. Chicago Tchrs1
2.
Milwaukee Wla Ext. 68, Chicago
Sllni 67.
Other Gaatee
Mil
Tufts 84, Harvard 76.
Yale 07, Wealeyan 36.
8t. Bonaventure 77, lona S3.
Marshall (WVa) 87, Ohio Univ
West Colo St. 73, N. Mex Was*
era M
West Texas: 77, Okla Baptist 64.
Delta (Miss) St. 86, Ouachita 71.
Arkansas Col. 82, Drury (Mo)
Ark. Tech 82. Ark. St. Tchrs SO.
Austin (Tex) 71, Culver-Stock-
ton 62.
Dons Defeat
Marquette;
Duquesne
Drops C/os/e
71.
Grove City 61, Bethany (W.Va*
Alliance (Pa) 84, Allegheny 70.
Stonehill 85, Suffolk 69.
Beckley (WVa) 100, Frrum (Va)
as.
M.
(WVa) 94,
Lebanon Vallar
62.
Fairmont
(WVa) 86.
Morris Harvey 86
r5Davis-Elkins M, Shepherd
Vs) 64.
SOUTH
Mt. St. Ma
(W.
Kentucky/68, Maryland 61.
Tennessee 67, Springfield
(Mass) 88.
Davidson 108, Guilford 65.
The Citadel 56, Col. of Charles-
ton 52. I Army o ----------
Lenoir Rhyne 94, Pfeiffer (NO takes on a, new look which in-
82 eludes Pittsburgh, Virginia Mill-
East Caroline 77, AppalachianI tary Institute and William and
BY TIM MORIARTY
NBW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)Top-
ranked San Fmnclsco, Safely past
Its first hurdle on a cross-country!
Junket, battles upstart Depaul to-;
night in the tile round of he Chi-
cago Stadium Invitational Basket-'
bail Tournament.
The tearing Dona bad to ceme !
from behind i ntbe second halt
to defeat Marenetto, 65-58. last
night hi the tournament semifin-
als after Depaul upset eighth-
ranked Duqaesae, 68-64.
A crowd of 10,212 at Chicago
watched Marquette hustle to a 31-
28 lead over San Francisco at half-
time. But the darting Dons ran
off 10 straight points shortly af-
ter the start of the second half
anJ remained in front the rest of
the way to extend their winning
streak through 30 games.
In the Blue-Gray Tournament at
Montgomery, Ala., Texas rallied,
for an 83-76 victory over defend*
ing champion Auburn while Missis.I
sippi turned back Eastern Kentu-
cky, 95 92. The Longhorns and Oie
Miss meet tonigh* in the final.
Second-ranked Utah rolled to
69-53 victory over Idaho State as
Art .Bunts poured in 20 points;
fifth-ranked Dayton used a zh-
point effort by Billy Uhl to down
previously-uneaten Cincinnati, 66-5
and ninth-ranked Brigham Young
also knocked Colorado out of the
unbeaten ranks, 70-88, behind the
combined scoring of little Terry
Tibbs and Herschel Pedersen, who
had 20 points esch.
in a ieuMeheader at Philadel-
phia, Joe Behhent sseoredST
pouts and Ronnie Mayer had 22
an unbeaten Duke whipped Pean,
St-sn, sfter Cennectieut upset St.
Joseph's, 71.66, en four ptate
by dta buns In the final two.
minutes. "
Elsewhere, Jimmy 01 e r's
42-polnt splurge carried Fl o r i d a
State to a 104-83 victory over Morn-
ingside College; Jed Dommsyer
had 27 In leading Minnesota to an
83-75 triumph over Notre Dame;
Nebraska upset touring U.C.L.A..
7145; George Washington downed
Washington k Lee 86-70; Oklaho-
ma A. k M. whipped Wyoming,
68-45; Clemson edged Firvinla, 75-
7S, for its first victo-* Atlan-
tic Coast Conference games, and
Ed Bergquist' 22 points led Mon-
tana to a 73-54 victory over Wash-
ington State.
Davtoa is the eulv member of
the United Press "top If" to-
active tonight. In an Interesting
doublebeader at Madison Square
Garden, seventh-ranked Alabama
tangles with St. Jehu's while 16th-
ranked Holy Cress runs late
New Yorh University.
Third-ranked North Caro 11 n a
State entertains West Vlrg 1 nla,
_ -~.. tw vi fourth-ranked Iowa basts Loy o 1 s
WEST POINT, N.Y., Dec. 17- (Cl{ gfcth-ranker Kentucky en-
rmy's 1956 football schedule.tertm. Mano, Brigham Young
gets another crack at Colorado and
Utah hosts Washington State.
PAR WEST
66.
L.
Aug.
Gonzaga 80, Whitman
Arix. St. (Tempe) 66,
St 57.
Whltworth 71, Eastern Wash 59.
Vtuiamette 68, Whittler M.
Pasadena Naiarene 88, Ariz. St.
77.
HIGH SCHOOL
Auburndale 138, Kathleen 88.
Jacksonville Paxon 40, Callaban
38.
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Lycoming "/'mandina Beach S3, Starke
'45
GrenviUc; aker Coun. gl, St Aug. Deaf
Jack'vlile Landon 51, JackvUle
Bolles 43. ..:i
Pinecrest 45, Everglades 25.
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Takes On New Look
Memphis State 112. Miss South-
ern 76.
Rollins 85, Western Carolina 74.
Miar College 70, Sewanee 66.
Dickinson (Pa) 89, West. Mary-
lsnd 62.
Rosnoke 75, Virginia Military
'V.Uamadona (Ky) <74, BelUr-
"eUware 76, Johns Hopkina 72,
overtime. __,
Hampden-Sydney 76, Bridgewa-
ter 65.
Howard (Ala) 70, Mercer 65
Northwestern La 50, 8 eastern
Okla 61.
Norl WmAMary 69, Newport
Newa Ap 8. ... -j-
Fayettevllle (NO 89, Llvlngton
47.
MIDWEST
Oklahoma 69, Arkansas 99.
fulst 67, Westren Kentucky 58
Kans. St 92, Los Angeles Loyo-
It 66
Oklahoma City 65, Wyoming 59.
Drake 72, South Dakota 67.
Grinnell 75, Coe 66.
Iowa Wealeyan 69, Dubuque 68.
Buena Vista 95, Dana 86.
Crelghton 69, St. Thomas (Mum)
West Illinois 104, Way land
Lake Forest 76, MscAlestor 68.
Oshkoah St. 67, Wlnona (Minn)
WSt. Norbert (Wls) 101, Mission
H""atteville (Wis) 88, Whitewster
"".an Clslre 81, Stout 49.
.n.hurat 83, Carroll (Wia 76.
H. DakoU Aggies 67, Concordia
Mary.
The Panthers will oppose the
Cadets for the first time since
1952. They replace Pennsylvania
on the schedule. VMI and Wil-
liam and Mary replace Furman
and Yale.
The schedule: VMI, Sept. 29;
Penn state, Oct. 6; Michigan at
Ann Arbor, Oct. IS; Syracuse at
Syracuse, Oct. 20; Columbia at
New York. Oct. 27; Colgate. Nov.
3: William and Mary, Nov. 10;
Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh. Nov.
17; and Navy at Philadelphia,
Dec. 1.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is Ktfe" Abraham Lincoln.
list TEAK
PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1W5
FIVE CENTS
(NBA Telephoto)
TESTIFIES Herbert Fuchs,
an admitted Communist, tells
the House Un-American Act -
tie Subcommittee in Chi-
cago that he wu a toaderor
Communist cell of 17 attor-
neys on the tali of the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board
from 1937 to 1M8.
Egypt Charges
Israel With
Truce Breach
JERUSALEM Dec. 17 (UP) -
tivpt charged today that Israeli
*c attacked Egyptian position,
with automatic weapons ini a 20-
rninuti battle in the southern sec-
or of the Gaxa strip.
Egypt, in a formal.coropaltat to
*e Umted.Nation. Mixed Armta-
tt e Commission said the "
took p'ace last Thursday Offlctol
Egyptian sources said there were
n Eevotian casualties.
ThegynVw truce violation charge
Kilns Iararel came as the UN.
lestine truce vteam Promised a
0hort within the next two Jays
S bloody IsrseU raid in Syria
&help the security Councdi de-
7\, whether it should punish Is-
cl.
rao
a
si-
-1. demanded strict economic
.< aaalnst the Jewlah
'Bat source, close **:
Arab member of ,he.^J,I!
Ka saru
the Syria demands.
HU. demanded that the coun
V cut off outside economic aid
t Israel and even suggested that
Se Jewish state be thrawn out of
fflrJTA|sa|e Of piaygnwnds
^hffeports. strictly censored,!
&"&32] To Keep Segregation
Set, were kUled or wounded
Sire were also many cssualties
among the demonstrators
The' dispatches^ sa *h
NATO Nations Blast Russia;
' v. f '
Agree On Tactical Air Force
Kefauver Throws His Coonskin Cop
Into Democratic Presidential Ring
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 (UP)
Sen. Estas Kefauver plunged in-
to the fight for the IBM Democra-
tic presidential nomination yester-
day and promptly challenged Adlai
E. Stevenson to a showdown
California's June 5 primary.
in
PARIS, Dec. 17 (UP) U.S. Sec- challenge to the free world" with (failure. It was the first to welcome
"provocative" moves in the Mid- West Germany as a full partner
in the West's defense planning.
In a massive support of the new
member, the communique said:
1. The NATO powers consider
West Germany "as the only Ger-
man government freely and legit-
imately constituted and therefore
entitled to speak for Germans as
the representative of the German
people in international affairs.
2. The reunification of Ger-
many-refused by Russia at Gen-
eva-is "an essential condition for
the establishment of a Just and
lasting peace."
3. It was of urgent "import-
ance" to hold further NATO con-
sultations "on the question of Ger-
man reunification and the situation
in Berlin.
retary of State John Foster Dul-
les today scheduled a series of
conferences with advocates of a
united Europe on an European a-
tomic pool before flying home
from the crucial North Atlantic
Treaty Council meeting.
Dulles, before he takes off this
afternoon for Washington, will con-
fer with European union leaders
Jean Monnet of France and Belgi-
an Foreign Minister Paul Henri
Spaak. He also will meet with
French Foreign Minister Antoine
Pinay and West Germany'a For-
eign Minister, Heinrich Von Bren-
tano.
The 15 NATO nations yesterday
ended a two-day meeting that put
new strength into the Atlantic al-
liance to meet the new So v 1 e t
challenge to the free world. The
western allies warned Russia they
will defend the freedom of West
Berlin and pledged to withhold
recognition of the Communist East!
German government.
The NATO nations backed up
their warnings by disclosing they
have decided to set up a new tactic-
al NATO air force behind the alps
in northern Italy to counter any
Soviet aggression. American plan-
es and pilots will form the strik-
ing power of the-new 5th allied
tactical air force and. will be join-
ed by Italian contingents.
The new force will be part ef
Mm new coordinated NATO air
defenses that will also include
Kuropean-wide radar warn I n a
network.
A Joint communique issued at
the conclusion of the meeting an-'
nounced that the NATO nations!
also have reinforced their alliance
with provisions for stronger poli-
tical and economic cooperation to1
back up their beefed-up military
strength.
The NATO partners also accused
Russia of flinging down a "new
die East and Asia.
The NATO council also reported
it had reviewed "recent provoca-
tive moves and declarations by the
Soviet Union regarding the Middle
East and Asia."
"They recognized that these tac-
tics, coupled with a continued in-
crease in Soviet military capabili-
ty created new problems and a
new challenge to the free world."
The warning was issued at a
time when Soviet arms and
economic aid to Middle East na-
tions were aggravating the tense
Arab-Israeli rivalry that has flar-
ed into open warfare.
This was the first NATO meet-
ing since the second Geneva con-
ference of last month ended in
The communique, ki addition to
blasting Russia for it M i d d I
at and Asia threats, alse lev-
eled thes* chiraei at the Soviets:
"1. That the USSR had repu-
diated the proposal to negotiate
on the reunification of Germany
through free elections, in spite of
the directive agreed on at the first
Geneva conference.
"2. That the USSR was opposed
to any effective system for the
control of armaments including the
air inspection plan proposed by
President Eisenhower.
"3. That the USSR had given
proof of its fear and hostility with
regard to the free exchange of
information between the people of
the Soviet Union and the, free
world."
Bills Would Permit
thousands if Jordanians to the
.1 city of Amman ,_
I other
nst the
cabinet
Sazzsa Al Majall
W
Jordai
'^S end' oiheTmaTn cities
d against the newly-formed
nian cabinet under Premie.
tn Al Majall
The rioteri eharged the new
$"5, rSU BHUfc
Italian leader Gets
Invitation From Ike
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ATLANTA, Dec. 17 (UP)-Atty.
Gen. Eugene Cook said he has
drawn up legislative bills authoriz-
ing the sale, lease or closure of
public recreation facilities to main-
tain segregation.
Cook said one or the two bills,
which if passed by the General
Assembly, would empower offi-
cials to sell or lease public parks,
es Georgia authority to go beyond
the recent U.S. supreme Court
decision banning segregation
those public areas.
PFC. WERNER OLSON of Company M, 33d Infantry Regiment,
smiles and signs the papers which make him the 100th alien
soldier stationed In the command to be naturalized this year.
Looking on at the ceremonies held at the Ancon Court House
this week are (from left to right): -Lt. Col. William H. Conley,
asst. Staff Judge Advocate, USARCARD3; Mrs. June Blaney,
secretary to the District Attorney; District Attorney Rowland
K. Hazard, and assistant DA. J. Morton Thompson.
(U.S. Army Photo)
The attorney general ssid a por-
tion of another high court ruling
held that states do not have legis-
lative power to close public parks,
but that his bills would provide
the means to circumvent that
edict.
Section One of the first bill stat-
es that any parks, playgrounds,
golf courses or swimming pools
dedicated to the public use can
be sold or leased, "any general or
local law to the contrary notwith-
standing."
The second bill was not distri-
r, the White House announc ^^ ^ newgmen Cook Mid
ad today. ._.-a the invita- wiU empower the governor, parks
Groncni has acceptedthe urn tion. He will arrive m the nations ^^ ^ ^^ capital on Feb 2> and s a y ^^ interest..
through March L^ swrotexv: He added the governor can de-
White House Press ***" eut through his police power what
James Hagerty, to "^.^ia best for the public interest. As
toe state visit, "" .^ Gron- '"> example, Cook pointed out that
J a social v*it. Hesaia un |t ^ ^^ ^ {orMeen cer.
JnT aoubUessiy f^ comer wiw uin tn)J ftat wmM provide
American officials on V.a. nauau .)lfnciMt ntS0B to doM ,t
SK, Sd uTunited SUU
ha^'veVy friendly dtotomac re-
lations" with Italy "**',*
aeTEi^owerand^admtou.
W waTmade simultaneously in
Cm and Gettysburg
A Homecoming
Gift For Harold
CARDIFF, Wales, Dec. 17 (UP)
^^Hpe got a prese.it for you,"
^frs Violet Phillips to her
tiaier husband, home from three
Ka to Germany
Then she showed him the 17-
gaonth-old baby his brother Percy
bad fathered Sha toad Mm that
Efe kit brothers bad been her
lovers while he was away
vent of this eon is one
ft would causa coaataraation in
heat of housebehH," said
be Temple Morrto to wart
TaivoreVto Sgt. Harold Phil
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, DECEMIER 18
HIGH LOW
:0J M.m. 0:03 a..
6:33 p.. 12:21 p.m.
Prodigal Son Returns, Must
'Prove Self To .Townspeople
ALDEN, Minn, Dec. 17 (UP)
in Turncoat GI Richard Tenneson,
welcomed home as a prodigal son
by bis devout mother, will hsve
to "prove himself" before he is
accepted by his townspeople, the
people of Alden sd today.
Tenneson, one of 23 American
soldiers who turned their backs
on their country to stay in Red
China after the Korean War, ate
his first home-cooked dinner in
nearly five years yesterday amidst
a joyous homecoming.
His mother, Mrs. Portia Howe
devout woman, had two cakes
waiting for him. One cake was in
the form of a bible and had two
scriptural passages on it:
"Commit thy way unto the Lord.
Trust also in Him and He shall
bring it to pass' (Psalms 37:5)
"I can do all things through Christ
which strengthen me" (Philip-
plans 4:13).
A second heart-shaped cake was
Inscribed "Happy Birthday, Wel-
come Home, Rich." Tenneson's
22nd birthday was June 4.
Termesen promiied his mother
he will go to church Sunday de-
spite earlier statements he no
longer Is religioui.
"Ml watt until I've been er.
eund here far awhile" before
deciding whether he still believe.
in God. Tenneson said.
Tenneson rejoined his family at
Minneapolis after a flight from
Seattle and then came to bis farm
home here.
The homecoming was In marked
contrast to the end of another flight
two years ago when his mother
flew to Tokyo in an effort to per-
suade her son to return home.
All she got was a coldy imper-
sonal letter from the-former pri-
vate, telling her he would cast his
lot with communism and she could
not change his mind.
Life in Communist China chang-
ed his mind and ho said "I have
come home as an American and
not as a Communist."
Mrs. Howe rushed tearfully op
the ramp of Tenneson's plane to
embrace him.
Mrs. Howe's greatest wish was
that her son would not come home
an atheist. He promised her he will
go to church Sunday, despite state-
ments in Hopg Kong that he no
longer is religions.
Asked if ha will pray to God
in church, he'replied:
"I'll be in church, and that's
what you go to church for."
Tenneson parried moat questions
put to him by newsmen, but ans-
wered "no" when asked if he
thought he had committed any
act of treason.
Spreckels Heir Just
One Of Smith Boys
SEATTLE, Wash;, Dec. 17 (UP)
Salesman John D. Smith went
to work today Just like hundreds
of other Smiths in Seattle.
But Smith wasn't always a
salesman. He wasn't even always
a Smith.
1 Before today he was John Dolf
Spreckels HI, heir to a sugar for-
tune.
Working at a custom cabinet
shop operated by his brother,
Adolph, he told Judge Lloyd Shor-
ett he wanted to change his name
because employers associated it
"with the wealth the family once
possessed."
The sympathetic Judge atoned
the order making Sprecklea
Smith.
John and Adolph are grandsons
of the late John D. Sprecklela, the
sugar king, who left a fortune to
his heirs.
The four-times married Spreck-
els now Smith was asked by the
judge if he had been involved in
any court actions. "Nothing but
being Involved to divorce caaes,"
he replied.
Cardinal Spellman
Off To Spend 5th
Xmas In Korea
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
Francis Cardinal Spellman left by
plane today with 250,000 cigar-
ettes and thousands of holy pic-
tures and medals to spend his
fifth Christmas with troops to
Korea.
The Roman Catholic prelate
will stop off in Alaska, he said,
for a weekend visit with troops
stationed there. After leaving the
r.epubllc of Korea. Doc. 27, be
will continue around the world
with visita to Japan, Okinawa
Formosa, The Philippines, Hong
Eong, Bangkok, Karachi, Beirut,
Rome and American b,a s e s to
West Germany. He will return to
New York Jan. 14.
Spellman said he also would dis-
tribute in Korea token shipments
of 2 million pounds of clothing
collected by Catholic charities and
{.'located to South Korea's needy.
Kefauver, ut unsuccessful 19-
S3 bidder, announced ho will
campaign "vigorously" on a
Now Deal-Fair Deal platform.
Ho declared he la not interested
in the vice presidency.
At a news conference attended
by his attractive wife Nancy, the
lanky Tennessean said he definite;
h/ will enter the California prima-
ry and aa many others as hu Sen-
ate duties and campaign funda
will permit.
Stevenson, who captured tha
1952 nomination from Kefauver,
has announced he will enter the
California primary as well as those
in Minnesota March 20, Illinois A-
prll 10, Pennsylvania April 24,
and Florida May 29. He told
Kefauver to "come on to, the wa-
ter'* fine.''
The showdown may come before
California. The Minneapolis Tri-
bune in a copyrighted story, quot-
ed a high official of Minnesota's
Democratic farmer Labor Party as
saying Kefauver will enter that
state's primary.
At his news conference, Kefauv-
er agreed with a questioner
that the Democratic high com-
mand in Minnesota appears to
bo "stacked" for Stevenson. But
ho said ha is not "scared" to en-
tor there end has evidence of
grasa rears support.
Kefauver, who waa opposed by
most Democratic leaders to his
1952 bid, said be has been assur-
ed by influential Demcrata, in-
cluding formar President Truman,
that there will be no "stop Kefauv-
er movement" this time.
Commenting on the announce-!
ment, Democratic National Chair-
man Paul M. Butler said the sena-
tor is "an outstanding American"
and a loyal Democrat who haa
done a "great Job to Congress."
He said he is sure Kefauver will
conduct a vigorous campaign.
Kefauver also made it clear that
he again will enter the March 13
New Hampshire primary where he
launched bis 1952 campaign by
beating a slate of pro-Truman del-
egates.
He said "my political associat-
es ara already getting their snow-
Gordon MacRae
Sneaks Into Court
And Pleads Guilty
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 17 (UP)
Singer Gordon Macrae took a fav-
orite Hollywood "escape route"
from publicity today by sneaking
into court in advance of his sched-
uled trial and allowing himself to
be convicted on a drunk driving
charge.
The singer originally had asked
for a jury trial which Waa set for
Jan. 9, When he came before
Judge Julian Beck early today he
asked the Judge to rule on the
basis of the arrest record.
Judge Beck found him guilty to
and fined him $300, just $150 more
than the bail Macrae posted when
arrested Wednesday.
The 34-year-old actor was book
ed when he failed to pass a sobrie-
ty test although he denied he was
drunk, claiming he had "just two
drinks."
Macrae's car had amashed in-
to the rear of another automobile
at a- stop signal and caused a chain
reaction series of crashes involv-
ing four automobiles.
Nearly Lost Head
JERSEY CITY. N. X, Dee. 17
(UP) A 37-year-old prisoner
awaiting trail on drunken driving
charges went berserk in his ce
today and tried to decapitate him-
self with a heavy metal door.
Prison guards prevented Ernest
Timms from harming himself al-
though it took nearly 20 minutes
to subdue the prisoner.
Police said Timms put his head
on the frame of an iron door sep-
arating the lavatory facilities in
his cell, and then tried to close
the door on this bead.
THE THREE WISHES
A Christmas Story
BY WALT SCOTT
shoes out, knowing my love for
New Hampshire."
At Laconia, N.H., Mrs. Myrtle
Mclntyre, New Hampshire's Dem-
ocratic national committeewoman,
said she would give Kefauver her
"unqualified support" in the state's
primary.
The tall, soft spoken senator
coupled his announcement with a
blast at the Republicana.
Ho called President Eisenhow-
er "an outstanding world citiz-
en" but said the GOP is "an aw-
ful toad for him to pull along"
despite his "personal attractive-
ness."
Kefauver said he will try "to ad-
vance the forward-looking, pro-
gressive traditions of the Demo-
cratic Party which characterised
the administrations of Presidents
Roosevelt and Truman."
"We must continue to seek solu-
tions to great social problem* to
human terms something which
the Republicans have signally fail-
led to do," he said in a prepared
statement.
"I will hope to aid to restoring
an equitable relationship between
industry, labor and agriculture.
"In this administration that re-
lationship has become dangerous-
ly unbalanced because of the
'big business first' philosophy of
the Republicans."
longay Wants Lung
Operation If He
Returns To Florida
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17 (UP)
Swimming instructor Russell
Tongay today offered to return
voluntarily to Florida to finish
serving a manslaughter sentence
if the governor promises to pro-
vide him with a lung operatic
Tongay walked away from a
Florida prison guard when taken
to New Orleans for treatment
while serving a 10-year sentence
for the death of his "aquatot
daughter, Kathy. He surrendered
himself to authorities here 1 a a t
month.
Gov Goodwin J. Knight of Cal-
ifornia signed extradition papers
which will be put into effect by
Dee. 28 unless Tongay briaga
court proceeding to halt his re-
moval.
HAT'S IN RING Ohio's Oov. Frank Lauache, shown at Colum?
bus, has announced he will be a candidate for thVDemocratte
MESi ?25tl0l,,?t ytar Hc Mld ^U seek Ohto'a
M delegates to the convention, but he would not say if e would
allow his name to be entered In primary contests in other states.
Kefauver, Stevenson and Gov>
frank Lausche of Ohio are tha
wree announced Democratic can-
Vn*,'fciV,rS' ?frri,n,n N
i j Mid nan,e will be
placed in nomination at the con-
"fcfiTe cTnd?date'*to "
Polar Ice Breakup
Causes Early Sailing
Of Navy Task Force
CmiSTCHURCH, HZ., Dec, IT
i irA Vs naval Us* to"
has sailed for the Antarctic, two
days ahead of schedule because
of reports the- Ice off the S o n t a
Polar continent to breaking up
earlier than expected.
Some 3,000 New Zealandera as-
sembled on the wsterfront to
watch the ships sail, and the na>
yal command sent it* best wishes
for the greatest success to your
historic mission." -
The force's first task win be to
tad for possible rescue duty
during an unprecedented flight of
eight U.S. planes from New Zea-
land to Antarctica. The planes
are scheduled to take off early
Monday. w
The ships sailed on such short
notice that their tactical com-
mander, Rear Adm. George J
Dufek, had to call off a planned
fishing trip and sailors on shore
leave were rounded up all over
the Christchurch area.
A crewman of the freighter
Wyandot said just before Jepar-
ture that "37 of our boys missed
the boat." It was believed sailors
from other ships siso were
stranded.
Dufek's flagship is the greighter
Arneb, especially converted for
use as a headquarters ve ssel.
There are no actual warships to
his force.
The ice breaker Glacier sailed
last week with Rear Adm. Rich-
ard E. Byrd aboard to scout tha
route for the other ships. It was
a report of favorable conditlone
from Capt. G. L. Ketcbum aboard
the Glacier that led to the sudden
sailing.
USAF Presents
Exceptional Award
To Plane Designer
WASHINGTON, Dec 17 (UP)
The Air Force presented its Ex-
ceptional Service Award today to
Richard T whitcomb for his de-
velopment of the new "Coke
bottle" or "Marilyn Monroe"
shape for airplane*.
whitcomb is an aeronautical re-
search scientist at Langley Afar
Force Base. Va. His design per-
mits a 25 per qent increase to
speed with no increase in power.
Full Colony Status
Asked Tor Malta
LONDON, Dec. 17 .UP) A
high-level parliamentary study
roup has recommended that the
lediterranean bastion of Malta
be made a part oft he United
Kingdom.
The historic decision, if spprov-
ed by Parliament, would make
the fabled George Cross island
the first territory outside the
British latos to become a full
and equal member of the United
Kingdom. It would give the colo-
ny a status similar to Northern
Ireland.
The study group ssid its pro-
posal was the only practical solu-
ton to the demands of the Mal-
tese for self-government which, st
the aame time, would preaerve
the base as a vital link in Brit-
ain's lifeline to Aaia.
Russia Jams VOA
Cast To Japan
On Soviet Veto
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 (UP)
Russia Jammed a Voice of A-
merica English language broad-
cast to Japan telling of the Sov
tot veto blocking Japanese list
eners of the Soviet veto. Officials
described the Soviet act aa "To-
ry unusual." They said Russia rare-
ly jams the English broadcast to
Japan.
The swimming instructor claims
he is suffering from cancer of the
lungs but he waa under treatment
for tuberculosis. Recently he
slashed his wrists in what prison
authorities said, "an insincere
suicide attempt."
"If I can go back and have the
operation the governor promised
me, 111 go immediately,'' Tongay
said "I hut wrote him aaother
totter telling him that.
Tongay, 3s, waa tried for the
death of his child an charges ho
forced her to diva from a 13-
foot platform resatttog to fatal
injuries.
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