The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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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CARIOCA CAPITAL!
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DEC 20 1355
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"Let the people know the truth end the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
ScaavmusY.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY
list TEA*
PANAMA, K. P.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER M, MM
FIVE CENTS
2 Fined $11498
For Contrabanding
Two finta of $11,498.40 Hch win impoted yetttr-
day by tha Qtntral Administrator of internal Rtvtnut on
a local ship chandlar and tho oporator of a Panama City
liquor packago tore for dafrauding the goverpmont of
tax revenue.
The hip chandler, Allan Sas-
ao, as accused of receiving 56
cases of liquor from the oonaea
government warehouse for sale
to an Ecuadorean vessel, andI in-
stead putting them to other
use
The other fine was Imposed on
rage store operator Manuel
Barcia, in whose home a
quantity of liquor was found by
investigators.
A Jail sentence of one month
was imposed on customs Inspec-
tor Telmo Thompson, who ac-
cepted a $20 bribe for falling to
accompany the shipment of li-
quor until It was delivered to
the alleged purchaser.
Sentence against three other
alleged accomplices, Neville L.
Simons, Leon R. Guerrero, and
Ernesto Reina, who failed to se-
cure counsel, was delayed for
the ttme being. ,.
The tines are ten times the
amount of the tax evasion on
the S cases of liquor.
In. addition, 303 bottles of
whiskey,- n bottles of cognac,
and 20 bottles of Cuban rum
found in Barcia's home were
seized and were ordered sold at
public auction.
Simons Is accused of with-
drawing the cases of whiskey on
' Oct. 24 for Basso's agency, pur-
portedly for sale to the Ecuado-
rean vessel El Orp which was
berthed at Rodman.
customs Inspector accompanying
the shipment, who then left the
truck which was transporting
the liquor and turned over the
papers which were to be signed
by an officer of the ship upon
delivery.
Simons later returned the pa-
pers signed by one V. Escalona,
who he said was the member of
the crew of El Oro who received
the. shipment.
i
A list of the crew obtained
from Canal Zone authorities
Rip Down U.S. Flag
Ferry Repair
Work Begins
At Midnight
The general public has been
reminded that the Thatcher
Ferry service will be suspended
for a period of about three
weeks beginning midnight to-
night.
The suspension of service is
Yugoslavia Gets Council Seat
As U.N. Backs Lottery Plan
failed to produce anyone by the to permit extensive repairs
name of Escalona, to who Si-
mons testifies it was delivered
and then taken aboard the ship.
Commenting on the sentences
imposed on Sasso and Barcia,
Finance Minister Alfredo -Ale-
man today said they made an
example of the offenders. He
vowed to continue prosecuting
all "contrabandists regardless of
wliere or when" they conduct
their activities.
Japanese To Stage
Sifdown Protest Of
U. S. Rocket Firing
KOFU, Japsn, Dec. 20 (UP)
. Union members of Yamanashl Pre-
ston* admmed givl^ fecture 2^^** today to halt
money he had for Sasso to the
A-Powered Surface
(essel Sought
By Navy Secretary
TOKYO, Dee. 20 (UP) S.
Navy Secretary Charles Thomas
revealed today he will ask Con-
gress to provide tunda for an ato-
mic-powered surface ship and for
more atomic-powered suomanncs.
"We will ask Congress for an
atomic powered sunaced craft,'
the Navy Secretary told a press
conference. He did not say when
the request will be made.
Thomas, currently on a tour of
U.S. Navy and Marine baso* m
the Far East, also said the Navy
would ask congress for "more
,ub" i
He said that plans for six atomic
submarines already have been
Thomas also oredlcted that "1
think you'll see in the future a
nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
The ship for which Congress will
be asked to appropriate funds
"will not be an aircraft carrier,
he said. .. a
"We're making progress, the
secretary replied wian asked a-
bout naval development of nuclear-
powered airplanes. "I wo u 1 at
want to tell you when The weight
factor is more Important than in
a ship."
Glasgow Teachers
Plan Protest Strike
GLASGOW, Scotland. Dec. 20
(UP) Teachers at 350 Glasgow
schools planned a half-day pro-
test strike today against govern
ment plans to cut sslaries by in-
creasing pension contributions.
The teachers said they would
end children home at lunch
time and stage a protest meet-
ing against the government deci-
sion this afternoon. Over 170,000
school children will get an extra
half day's holiday as a conse-
quence. '
Red Gunners Claim
Nationalist Sabre
tomorrow's scheduled firing of the
U.S. Army's Honest John rocket
launcher by staging a sit down
strike in the target area at the
foot of famed Mount Juji.
Union officials said between
and 230 persons
for the target area in an attem
to halt the third demonstration
ing of the controversial weapon.
Decision to stage the strike was
made at a meeting here last night.
R was planned that union memb-
ers would sit down in groups of
10 and that they would burn fires
to that the U.S. forces could as-
ceetain their whereabouts.
Police officials at nearby Fuji-
Yoshida planned to send 400 pa-
trolmen to the area to maintain
order and to cooperate with U.S.
military police from camp lie-
Nair.
Left wing elements have protest-
ed the stationing of Honest Johns
in Japan is being made into a
U.S. "atomic" bas.
to
be made to the ferry ramps. Re-
pairs will be started tonight and
continued for about 22 days.
During the time that the ferry
service is suspended, large re-
flector signs reading "Thatcher
Ferry Closed Use Mirations
Bridge." with arrows will be In-
stalled and maintained on
Thatcher street at La Boca
Road and on Thatcher Highway
west of Bruja Road.
Barricades and "Road Closed"
signs will be also Installed on
Thatcher Street and on Thatch-
er Highway 500 feet in advance
of the west ramp.
The ferry ramp repair work
Is being done at this time be-
cause of its urgency and to take
advantage of extremely low
tides which wjll ocur dur-
ing the latter pert of > this
month.
The work Is being scheduled
on a round-the-clock basis to
expedita its completion.
an Youth
Struck By Beam
While standing on the ground
near a building in La Boca that
was being demolished, Roberto
Bowen. 20, a Panamanian, was
struck on the back of his skull
this morning by a falling beam.
He Is employed as a laborer
bv Lalll Singh, the demolition
contractor.
Bowen was taken to Gorges
Hospital in a semi-conscious
condition.
His condition and Injuries are
uncertain, but a spine fracture
or a skull fracture is suspected.
UNITED NATIONS. NY., Dec.
20-MUP)The United Nations
General Assembly today approv-
ed a "lottery" plan for solving
the Security Council election
deadlock by electing Yugoslavia
to the disputed seat.
"Election of Yugoslavia came
on the 36th of a series of ballots
that began last Oct. 14 and con-
sumed seven meetings of the as-
sembly.
Yugoslavia received 43 votes, B
more than the required two-
thirds majority. The Philippines
rained 11 votes, Finland 1,
Sweden 1.
Despite the long campaign
to pat the deal through, there
was dead silence In the huge
meeting hall when Assembly
President Jos* Mat of Chile
annonneed the result. Usually,
such annonncem e n t a re
greeted with applause.
The 36th ballot marked the
conclusion of a deal unprece-
dented In U.N. historv.
Last Friday night. Msaa drew
lets to decide whether Yugosla-
via or the PhillDpinea should
withdraw from the race- Ihe
Phllloplnes lost.
But. with strong backing from
the United States and Britain,
there was agreement that Yu-
goslavia wuold serve only the
first half of tne two-year term
nresoribed by the U.N. charter.
*t the end or 12 months. Yno-
'avl* Is to rf*ln and the Phil-
ippines is slated to he elected to
the "unexpired" term.
The as*n>Wr *.,, t#
auction the-de* i rebel-
neta meeting last Fridav
nlrht wfti many delerate*
aNaekett the otan a* mega!
and contrary to the U.N. char-
ter.
r, "?"* Jf WM*end. however.
Britain's Sir Plerxon nixon. TT 3
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lorf*e.
Jr., secretary General Dag
Britain Tightens
Export Controls
On War Materials
Hammarskjold and Maza led
1 oi d*' HriSTSaa SSttSaTM d d 1
lomats and lined up enou^n
votes to approve the plan.
East arms controls to cut of J any
o SLff^VLS p!h.t th. further shipments to Egypt such
Supporters argued that the' th consignment of 15' Brit-
unusualI plan was the only way Uh Unkg that d through
ut2 Pt Erlaamentary dllem-,Ant to EgVpt the Foreign
ma that/had to be solved, under office said today,
the charter, by Jan. 1. The as-
and
Red Germans Threaten Action
Against GIs In East Berlin
LONDON. Dec. 20 (UP)Com-
munist China announced to-
day her anti-aircraft, units shot
down a Nationalist Sabre fight-
er over, the Fukien coast y ester
day.
A New China News Agency pUrville, Miss, and Pvt. Richard
broadcast monitored here said u caibert, 22, of Kansas City, Mo.
the plane was one of four Na-| They were arrested by the Com
BERLIN, Dec. 20 (UP) The
East German Communists threat-
ened today to take action against
American soldiers entering East
Berlin, the "capital of the Ger-
man Democratic Republic."
"The threat came m angry
commentaries en the acquittal
yesterday by a U.S. Army ceurt
martial of two seldiera the Cem-
munists accused ef attackinfl an
fast Berlin actor. *
The Neues Deutschland, official
newspaper of the Communist Par-
ty, said the "American court and
the rowdies backed up by it should
take care not to confuse the capi-
tal of the GDR with Chicago."
The Junge Welt, East German
newspaper for the Co m m u n i s t
youth, said, "If American military
authorities think they have given
their rowdies carte blanche to do
as they please in the area of the
GDR they have made a powerful
mistake."
Other Communist newspap era
similar comments as had been
expected.
The Reds already had tried to
build up the case of tho two A-
merican oldior as a major di-
plomatic incident in their drive
to tighten rite screws en West
Berlin.
The two soldiers involved were
Pvt William J. Holden, 10, of Po-
Westen mark buys five
Communist marks en me free
market.
^ **.*****'lhe tattJmo-
ny of the soldiers, backed up by a
German woman eye-witness, fiat
comedian, Lierck was the aggres-
sor and got what he asked'for
It developed that the comedian
called one of the GIs "an Ameri-
can swine" and "an American
pig.
He shoved toward one of the
^ifi?* i" a to. olkm "P "' e<
pithets. One of the soldiers knock-
ed aim down with a blow to the
eye.
Holden, and Caibert were charg
ed before the court with "being
disorderly in a public place."
They were arrested by East
Berba Communist police outside a
barroom after the scuffle with Li-
erck, star of a cabaret long known
for its violently anti-America
shows.
The Communists alleged that the
GIs brutally beat Lierck into un
consciousness after he rebuked
them for making aou-Communist
remarks.
The Reds made a sensation ef
the incident They published pic-
tures showing Lierck in bed at'
tended by a nurse.
East Berlin newspapers said he
would need several weeks of bed
efcnaliat aircraft whicnCintrud-
dw over Fukien yeeUrdny.
rest and a long leave. They de-
manded that the soldiers be tried
munisu Dec. 7 and accused of by a Red court
knocking out actor Werner Lierck The Russians, however, turned
outside a oar in the Soviet sector.
They were acquitted when they
told tne court martial Lierck call-
ed one of them an "Amer i c a n
swine" and started to attack. They
pleaded self defense.
Western officials believed the
Communists might be planning to him
over the soldiers to American an
thorities four days later.
Hildegarde Egers. 34, whe since
has fled to West Berlin, supported
the evidence of the soldiers that
Lierck appeared and ordered Hold-
en to shut up, shouting iasulu at
take vengeance on ether American
soldiers they find ia East Berlin
although the four-power rulings on'
Berlin guarantee Western troops!
free access to tsar Eastern sector, i
U.S. soldier, now are advised I
not to enter last Berlin except
In ereupt en guided tours,
many disregard Mm advice
cause drinks are cheaper there Hetdea said.
"Lierck called me an Amerle-
en twine end American pip in
English, end when he pushed
CiaWrt and moved toward me so
as to ha} mo I tneupht I waoser
hit ham first," Mefden sent
Caibert said HeMen knocked Li-
erek dawu.
"I could have kit aha harder,"
Christmas Comes
Early For 300
Needy RP Families
For at least 300 less fortunate
families of Vunama, Christmas
will be a little early this year.
The dayand its observance
got a five-day Jump on Christmas
Day as "Operation Santa Claus"
and members of Panama's Fire
Brigade distribute food snd gifts
to 300 of the nation's neediest
homes today and,tomorrow.
The families, those who have
suffered misfortune this year, will
receive the gifts today and tomor-
row morning at their homes.
Each family on the list was care-
fully screened snd e.boien by
Mrs. Georgina Young, social ad-
visor to the Panama govern-
ment.
This pre-Christmas gesture is In
addition to the program adopted
by the Army personnel to aid
needy institutions of Panama. '
_ Plana still hold in the persona-
lized charity program of adoption-
for-a-day of a home for the aged,
nd orphanage, or a hospital,
lach unit in the U.S. Army Ca-
ribbean area will fete their spe-
cial guests with a Chrismss din-
ner, tours, entertainment and ex-
change of gifts.
1st Lt. Robert J. Ellis, com-
mander of the 53th Engineer Pla-
toon Fireflghting, and Capt. Luis
Vareada, it, of the Panama
Bomberos, headed the toy and
food caravan, accompanied by
USARCARIB Fire CWef John R
Larabee and his assistant, Joseph
Stabler.
ed Kingdom government to see
that nothing is done to start an
Fembly elected Australia
Cuba to the other two "non-
permanent" two year council
terms on the first ballot taken
Oct. 14.
Veteran Diplomat Victor
Andres Belaunde ef Pern sum-
med up the general feeling a-
bout the deal in a single sen-
tence.
"We have to close our eyes
to some things," he said.
The council deadlock centered arms race,
about a seat allocated to "East-
ern Europa" under a "gentle-
man's agreement" on geographic
distribution of council member-
ships reached In London in 1946.
The U.S. contended the agree-
ment was for the 194(1 election
only. Britain argued that It still
held.
Russia put forward Poland as
its candidate for the seat it con-
tends belongs to the Communist
bloc.
The U.S. this year backed the .
Philippines from the outset, po- antwfP shipment
Rioters Attack
Consulate
In Old Jerusalem
The obsolete Valentine tanks
had been sold aa scrap to a
Belgian who restored them to
fighting trim and loaded them
aboard ship for Egypt yester-
day at Antwerp.
Asked for comment at today's'
Foreign Office press conference, -
an official British spokesman and ripped down the American flag before Arab Legion-
*"" is the concern of the Unit- "<>' hurled rhtm back with gunfiro.
JERUSALEM, Dec. 20 (UP) Rioter! attacked tht
U. S. consulate in the Jordan sector of Jerusalem toda
Violence flared anew in the divided Holy City as for-
mer premier Fawxi el Mulki started consultations to form
We have control of the ex-a new Jordan government.
port of military and war mate- Nationwide rioting over Jordan's possible adherence
r During the past week regula- to the pro-Western Baghdad pact forced Premier Harza
tlons governing British export' Uaal to auit vesterdav.
of scrap war material have been Mala,n TP q, _{' "ij /:.. u...;n n.ri,*A Fl Mulki
tightened with a view to pre- Jordan s 21-yeor-old King Hussem picked ti muk
venting eventual deliveries to'*0 form a caretaker government pending elections to let
S?SaxMSff wtt the people of JordOr. decide if they wonted their country
plied for, the British spokesman f0 join the anti-Communist alliance.
battled past' apparently in anger at mjllta-
He said Britain had in fact
Youthful rioters
land led on the first ballot, 34-
33, but thea fell steadily be- nt
hind the Philippines, which oi^ legal fatten
attempted to prevent yesterday's a cordon of Arab Legionnaires;
guarding the American consul-
ry aid granted members of the
Baghdad pact, which includes
But he said Britain was un-atri"theWj"ardfnlan Old city of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan
able to intervene in-tme because Jerusaiem as the vidmnce cor.- and Britain.
It is the hone of the Forplem
missed election by only one vote I .i, "00 tne ""<
on the third round. 9"lce th. "ler shipment will be last of its kind,
the spokesman said.
on the third round.
In a statement issued after
los P? Ronvulo,' the PhSppinta
ambaeaadST.eald:
"Against the Insurmounta-
ble difficulty of obtaining a
rwe-thlrd majority regalred
for election, the Fhilispir.es
came out today a distinct win-
ner in the contest for one ef
the non-permanent seats in
the Security Council.
"After leading Poland first,
then Yugoslavia by a simple
majrolty in 32 ballots, we had to
face the stubborn fact that we
could not muster, the two-thirds
majority required under the
charter, and we had therefor
to agree to some practical way
out of an impasse which, if lt
had continued, would have left
Us empty-handed."
His country was a "distinct
winner," Romulo said, because
it "can not look forward to 1957
^KtepehilLnees V* iTlaid Fp'SnTX* 'S^owners"
h.T tn^ thP.PH^Hfv ronril ,s "beduled to resume publi-
* \Me ,8ec?tr,ty ?,ou"w eation under Gainsa Paz' direction
seat for 1957 for Its owu sake u ^ an inventory has been
and for the sake of Southeast comPleted
Asia's voiceless millions."
Until the last moment, the
powerful Latin-American bloc
reached no decision on whether
to support the "lottery" plan.
ta Prensa's Return
To Gainza Paz Sel
For Tomorrow
BUENOS AIRES, Bee. 20 (UP)
Dr. Alberto Gainca Pas wil
resume control of the nrinci"sl
properties of the newspaper La
Prensa in a ceremony here to-
morrow, it was announced today!
Attorney Manuel Ordonez took
possession late yesterday, in the
name of the Paz family, of La
Prensa's main building and the
printing plant six blocks away.
The formal transfer of control reel.
d this morning. The dem- The United states is not a
oCtrators hauled down the member, but agreed at. the pact
oVir. and strloes. i members' first conference ear-
T crowd of .older Aiaba tried Her this month to maintain
toAfo&wVc*o&& .^S' "**r
l^t^SSr^^^** that MajaH's week-old
ZVa tht ^eated^ regime atended to join the part
^nShr^m^stormed tfJtoSJ hU redgnation and set
French consulate' afterwards, off the deadly disorders.
tSSnalreT fired* agauT and a' Wild demonstra wept tig
number of demonstrators were h
reported wounded.
Hut the mob got through to
the building, looted files and
set fire to furniture while dip-
refuge on the
lomats took
roof.
The French consul general
lied to the Israeli sector of Je-
rusalem yesterday after rioters
^ff a&ba tt.eTurid*!S &gJ2* *
consulate, and the Turkish con-wheni hehea rd thai *-
..general took refuge in Is- ^l^^nTe^cU?
Jordan and con-
fronted young, pro-British King
Hussein with the worst crisis or
his three-year reign.
No casualties were reported
among diplomatic personnel
at the U.S. consulate, since tho
rioters did not succeed In en-
tering the building.
The French consul general.
Henri LaForge, hurried back
will take place at 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
The revolutionary government
is in the-process of returning the
The rioters were attacking
Western diplomatic missions
Masked Nationalists
Attack Police Station
CZ Commies Soon
To Take Orders
For TV Sets
Orders for television sets
will be taken soon by Canal
Zone commissaries, a BallKU
Heglbts source said today
The sets will be purchased
through a Panam firm, the
Panam Radio Corporation,
which will also attend to Ibe
Installation and servicing.
RCA-Victor has been cheeen
as the brand to fee offered by
the commissaries.
The sets will be designed te
enerase en either 25-cycle or
-cycle current.
French Slay Seven
Army 01 Allah Rebels 2
Caps! Algeria, Dec. 20 (UP) .
French troops killed seven "Ar-i**
my of Allah"7ebels during a fie- f ^,S Ml 'terrorlst acti
ry' clash in Algeria's Constantly I fW^^
He formed up most of his
utaff behind a protective rover
of British-trained Legionnaire
and evacuated them safely ta
new Jerusalem, held by Israel.
Families.of the French drnlo-
mats and United Nations ofti-
clala joined them on the Israeli
side.
Then LaForge telephoned the
Jordanian military governor and
threatened to close the consul-
ate unless adequate protection
was provided.
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Dee. 20 (UP)
Six masked terrorists attacked
a police station In one of the is-
lands toughest districts last night
and carried off five guns.
One policeman was wounded in
the a'tack on the police station
Aylos Thcraport. '
Ay ios Therapon i lhe tradition-
aunt of hieves, poach HOmOSCXUal 0^06$
Speaker To Rule On
County, officials reported early
today.
The troops surrounded the re-
bel band in he Conde-Smendou
Region lste yesterday afternoon.
Then they waded into the re-
bels. In the brief bloody fight sn
eighth rebel was wounded and
taken prisoner.
The clash came during county-
wide scour-out operations follow-
ing on a rebel ambush Sunday
afternoon near Toustain.
Five French soldiers were kill-
ed, five were listed as missing,
snd one was wounded wben the
rebels struck at a supply convoy
brining mail and food to an iso
lated post there.
vitty during the current emergen-
"^Meanwhile, speculation mounted
that Archbishop Makarios, leader
of the Cypriot nationalists who
are demanding the union of Cy-
prus with Greece, might ask ter-
rorists for a Christmas truce.
Britain Orders
Guard Retired
LONDON. Dec. 20 Britain ordered Its home guard
retired today after four years of
cold war alert and announced a
sharp reorganisation of the ar-
my reserve for "global war."
LONDON, Dec. 20 (UP)Tha
speaker of the House of Com-
mons was expected to rule late
this afternoon on whether tha
British Medical Association an*
a London newspaper vtomtai
parliamentary privilege by at
ieging that there are homosex-
ual members of Parliament.
Speaker W. 8. Morrison was
expected to tell the House his
decision on a point of order
raised yesterday by Labor Mem-
ber Marcus Upton.
Upton said a report by the
B.M.A.. quoted In London news-
papers, said specifically there'
were "practicing homosexuals*
in Parliament and that this was
a "prima facie" breach of par-
liamentary privilege.
The speaker promised Llpton
he would give a ruling an the
case today should he decide that
a breach of privilege has bean
committed. The House could lnv
pose a tall sentence on those r
sponslble.
each
Mrs.
A LIVE NATIVrnf 8CBNE la being staged on the Base Headqu artera lawn at Albrook Air Force "seas 'as ^owi above)
evening from to p.m.. until Christmas Bvt. The group Is co mposed of Air Force Pfrnnl "d their jBp""**-. .,
Doroty stovall, Albrook Air Fprce Base Chapel Qulld president has planned the pageant. Christmas music ertllbe^ edj
(USAF Official phote)
Conversion Bids
Opening Changed
The date of the opening
the bids for the construction
a substation at Agua Clara
alterations to the 44JQ0-1
transmission line between
den Hydroelectric Station
Mlraflores Locks have been i
poned from Jan. 4 to Jan.
The projects are two of
major jobs to be undertaken
fiscal year hi the power
sien project of the Panal
nal Company. Thes/ ar
uled to be completed
about one year after
are awarded.
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And
Comment
Labor News I Nothin9 Like 'Having Oh's Own Transportation
. By VICTOR RIISIL
Not too long ago I was in a
room deep ih the heart of Rome
I bo Ma.l Mi h an per forum tor raaaan a* Tho Per" AaMrKoa. ana heard the Teamsters chief
Lit,,, ara asssivos flratafully ass M bsaslss I. wh.lly eoB#SBil Dave Beck k .powerful Kg?'
Tf, enfib... talf. iB-'t .. .B.HB1 ft Wt W tfc. ,,b* ** h ay Lattsri be* aukliiaE in rfco oraat rscarvod.
flaai try fa ka h lattars limitad fa on MS leaoth.
Merrtiry of lattar writsr* ii hl m otrlataat cmRbbbb.
Thn acwioaoar aiiaia** a* raiaa.tiailif y for ilMmrti B* Ofiaiaai
aaprtua m latMra fram raaoart.
THE MAIL BOX
MORSES, SHIRTS AND CANDIDATES
Vr: ''
ilrst, to keep the record atraight let me assure "First Time"
In last Friday's Mall Box that I am a Jeffersonian, Wilsonlan
and Stevenscnlan Democrat, and that my shirt will be on the
winner in the next campaign. It's discouraging to try to be sar-
or' subtle and have the anonymous Republicans mlaun-
__nd It.
Hptv to se the record straight about former President Tru-
aans '.'book o memortea," as First Time writes. It is not jieces-
for the author to collect money for it. The people are buy-
, and before it was published The New York Times and Life
zine paid him a lot of moola for publication of parts of
money it would take to compete
with Soviet propaganda and un-
derground activity in Italy.
I heard serious discussion on the
Sossibility of raising these funds to
elp beat back the Italian Com-
munist Party, the .biggest in the
world outside of Russia and China.
So it is with considerable sur-
prise that I learned that Dave Beck
sat in another closed room on
Nov. 22, this time in Seattle. And1
this time with men charged by Con-
gressional committee witnesses
with being part of the same inter-
national Communist -apparatus
which Beck was so eager to fight
in Italy.
During that Nov. 22 session with
pro-Communists, Beck personally
approved a mutual assistance pact
between a section of the Team-
sters and the Mine, Mill and Smel-
ter Workersa union which soon
will be tried on charges of being
pother thing for the record Is that.**. Trumao Is paying subversively controlled. '
.regular income t*x on the receipts from the sales which is more| With Beck'a contacts, he could
^m the present occupant of tne Whl^a-House diet on his book, easily have learned that the prose-
^Bjh was r.Iso a good book 'and sold very well.
ri! go along with First Time on Veep Nixon at "one of the
t," but do not find him measuring up to former Veep Alben
rWey. l am heartily In agreement, with his. statement that
ton is "Just the opposite of Truman." And that is one of the
ieat compliments ever paid to Mr. Truman.
^Merry Christmas and a Democratic New Year to Mahout
''First Time.
Crede Calhoun.
~ .
OPEN LETTER TO QOyERNOR SEYBO
&Whj toe done to bring nim back. HoweverTstrtnethrni
,-
cution of the Mine-Mill union is in
the hands of William F. Tompkins.l
Assistant U.S. Attorney General in'
chrge of the internal security of
our country.
Dave Beck could have' learned
that Tompkins' record shows that
he never goes into a court un-
less he's loaded for bearand that
he and his assistants have been
preparing the case against' the
Mine-Mill Union for nine months.
A good man has just lost his life unnecessarily-ERfi nothing They've pored over 'tens of thou-
* be done' sands of documents" to prove their
rring io charges before the Subversive! Ac-
tivities Control Board next Janu-
ary or early February.
Merry-Go-Round
y DWW PlARROil j
, IWDTON -. I08 -con- they must be filled by the oddosHb
coaled irritation of Taft Republi- political party, baihm TSSm
?_?_?. 0.XSLthe. M*V* Vision on vote wit* the admiSaton
;-, --."- jto ucci.muii on
Ikes ability to rua again, is bow
coming out into the open.
rwrib was
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i .

Deep Sea Hustlers
By BOB RUARK
%
_ prevent a repetition of this sad mishap. I am
. the recent drowning of a Cristobal boarding lnipec.
boarding a vessel at 4 a.m. that was not going to transit until
afternoon.
The Canal has been operating efficiently a number of years,
then it.gets an.official that wanes to change everything and is
milling to accept more logical suggestions from employes with
many years of experience. No, it has to be done according to
l thinking.
it waa pointed out in safety meetings on both sides of the
Mus that night boarding was extremely hazardous and what
let be expected. Your safety inspectors were even called ou
> the bay at night so they could observe^candlttons.rlt is really .... fVU BJH .
> tho* Wee hours of the morning ^e man's vitality and d7r J' S c b,rS f .. Tn'J "L "* Peking mor-strangers just because of he
itions are at Its lowest. '. .'airikes uec' e Dra,n,n ul Mr here, but ^^momlMlry. I propinquity a shipboard breeds
Yet Beck personally sat in on the
conference which drew up the final
mutual aid pact between the west-
ern Teamsters and the Mine Mill) .T .
outfit. I've seen a copy of Ihisii;. w u- u i Austra-f "you ask a. gal put for an eve- en' time somebody else springs,
pactand it includes agreement .~il t; wno*od on
joint
means
mutual
family of 200 peo-
that you have to'
troupe of female
conferences in San
drawn up halt ^r?,TH bait you uSed Io see in advanced or Lollabrigida thery would be. no
Excum; given for instituting 24-hour WaflMnft wsavtp atford; Th". Drovision, .
ir service toy shipping lines at no oosffT AppTeclation, J f "s were
lence of Teanisters officialsWrSfMluar*hie on his own narshamiL&e steadies would"absorhThe pa'in
lnvesUgating pom- 'uvtB^^^A^uSS,bUtJ ^186 ^ are damesjofvlhe bite. But our lassies are no
M______i --IW t in mr these n^S ^l^SSibLi" .? PPly. they! Marilyns, no Lpllas. and their con-
table including Ave men, the wife
for a month, it gets treated to four free grogs.
fn cities they have a harsh word
for men who hustle free drinks at
bars, but on a ship the hustlers
suddenly figure they re debutantes.
io with whom they sit, unbidden, and
bases during the last; major war | problem, because they would short- th
was expressed by the shipping lines in ^e ioHowlng ^manner-, ^^^ Md &cttt ^-- ~~- *e na im -Mat" major war J vnbhm because they would short- they drink as if" it were^ViTrighT
thortly afterwards they filed a suit for $27,000,000 agatnat thejof Mine.ft,m and y,^^ Confer-i^lt^ J?e?,. *ouid i"h.ten ? I?.00.""]. their .own. beadles and To me a hustler is a hustler
What raised the hackles
Democratic leaders' backs is th
Qring of Josh Lee from the Civil
iVir -"* -" "" Aeroaauiies Board after niiv
TafUtes like Congressman Carroll years of faithful service. Lee a
HbJMi.be. J WS W Walter Democrat, servad with SamR'ay-
r" f, fTWes,u^rgln,a ta>'ed burn in "o"* of Representa-
fn AialT \fnJl*as GOP-raJly "yes and later in the Seawte from
in Chicago It became even more Oklahoma, llis chief trouble i
land of California, who inherited
Taft's shoes in the Senate, stepped
^L^ Gey*burg conference
with Ike to 4 he was not at all
the big two of Air-Paa American
Airways and American Airlines.
He u now being relieved by Ei-
iii senhjower in favor of G Jnanh
suretliePrejnd^wouWnmagam.lMinetti, a Dewey Bemocra^S
Now it's definite that Knowland.1 New York. Most significant fact
acknowledged e.der of the old'regkrdig Minet's SSniment ia
l^Juu'i,T^a't{w PreM*l|"tit was pushed byTutt. Mosier.
himself if Ike doesn t announce by vice president of American Ai
'* > Unes. ;',:.; i
I honestly do not know what
climbs into the skull of some dowdy
order! n
to see
Canal
ama
SAN ANTONIO BUOLB
recently. A few carry their own eight orangeades I spring" forr'l parable airs,
___i
only one Who-totes
11 (Por SUftty). eir own
T ny noJicVwSraued'?hi vn1^uni^:C,^rct,eS,'i-but th.ey *lwW aw-, ,f E! l S yo .n-l0n' wWand I know only one Who-totes
,. mee you have been an officer
That old New England Almanac aeema to hit the nail on the JJere of. which was not in accord
head. The freeze that lippedJn tort night covered all of Texas ?Jrnc^artnyd ^fiM.^
Larson refused to answer.
"Are you a Communist?"
Larson refused to answer.
Now I suggest that Beck and his
western colleagues read this ques-
except south of a line from Henslln to Del Rio thus saving the
valley's fruit and vegetable crop. Don't know If I told you that
-for our Thanksgiving we had dinner at the Blue Bonnet in Kerr-
ville then drove to W7 Pecan to have a chat with our old friend,
Mrs. Etta Atawag. She has a beautiful home in one of the richest
little towns in the country, home of the Kerryille Bus Line and ., -,
two of the leading supermarket chalns-Plggly Wlggly and HMX "" ^'.l^.^^"** thefr
Ljatabllahed 30 years ago and doing business In 29 cities ,with 69 Pct w th Mme-MiB.^ y*
Tatoo observed a TV antenna on almost every "home ere; -''"rtrii^L&^'rr^f^-'0
We made the return trip through a scenic route that has toy {."> s. "7HJ, ^"C ^
dangerous curves with heavy traffic and few accidents. **ema **" ^Smelter Worker;
t*ey use their heads on the dangerous roads and do their speed-!Sclp/nt^^ls?',which,Kw" no*
and get killed on the safe roads with plenty of viribilltT S.rtithT th? SL2"*
On our main east and west highway we saw a three-car, Ti'?k*'n ".'^^ before
-JWIaion that killed six on a straight road with two miles' riew, ,hfre ^called
each way. On the same part of road seven more have lost their M"
Uves. So we have named It Dangerous Straight. ,
matches. Yet, these same dames
will drop into the same chairs at
the pre-lunch ocktailings. at tea-
" time, at pre-dinner drinkings, at
after-dinner drinkings, at gala par-
ties. They drink Voraciously, and
smoke like chimneys, and they nev-
er stand a round and I am about
to. make a point of it.
I am thinking of a new house
ot one. in return, which is a rule for the ocean greyhounds,
damned poor ratio. For every pack which is that no unaccompanied
of cigarettes I smoke, I by eight, woman be allowed in the ship's
and Lord knows what the bill for bar or lounge, unless she is certi-
matches and lighter fluid amounts fied by the bartender. This cer-
to tification. to amend the Mosaic
You have to figure in the mar-
rieds, where the old man gets off
law, would be a snort lor a snort
a belt for a belt, with the barkeep
There were others in the Mine-
for half-fare, even if he buys a holding the acorecard. Otherwise
round now and again, because ev- it'll be a.Whole lot cheaper to fly
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Four Stark Questions
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NEA)- Signs Eisenhower policies. But there is The question for the voters is
The're were" nofquite as many traffic accidenta this week-end HH.!d.l!f'm!.er_!?85:i.0Ln8: ^.''i1 mt^J^^JSf .** >lridnti aome doubt that if Nixon "should | whether th7want*to"see 'a further
but our law enforcement officers are busy cleaning up the "dope"
Slang77 so far since Saturday.
L

Pop Wtloht.
COMPAA panamea
DE TABACO, S. A.
takes pleasure in announcing payment of
"its annual dividend of 7.V4% n il Pre-
ferred Stock, corresponding to -the last
semester of 1955.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ranged from San Francisco to New
York. One Mine-Mill official was
western regional director Albert
Skinner. HTrefbaed to deny, under
Senatorial oath that he- attended i
Communist Party midwest Regional
school for leadership training in
Eisenhower will be persuaded to succeed to the presidency, the'swing to the right,
run for a second term. Eisenhower program of moderate i
This is forcing millions-.of Ameri- progressivism woyld be continued. L F,ct Number Four is that there
- .......... a concerted effort being made to
mis is forcing million* o Ameri-
can voters to make one' of "agonizing reappraisals?'
Fact Number One they have to
Chicago. And that he served on a face is the record of what hap-
"labor commission steering com- pened in 1944.
mittee of the Labor Commission of The Democrats had built up
the Communist Party of Uli- the indispensability of President
nois." Roosevelt. He was elected for a
Some of the Mine-Mill officials
As one Caliiona. GOP leader
puts it. tongue in cheek: "The
people who support Nixon believe
in repealing the income tax and
withdrawing from the United Na-
tions."
lighten the President's work load.
Such a reform has, of course,
been long overdue. Coming at this
particular time, however. It has
the added implication of making it
easier for a semi-invalid to carry
I on the job without strain.
The question for the voters, Some of the people who think
fourth term even though he was tnerefrc. whether they want a Eisenhower goes too far towards
_ obviously a sick man all through relre,t from u" Eisenhower pro- liberalsim would probably like to
who arranged the mutual aid pact bis last year in office. He died five! ram see his happen,
were identified by Senate witnes- months later. They'd be perfectly willing to
ses as members of a steering com-, ract Number Three is that there have an inactive President in the
mittee of Communists whom these Knowing that President Eiscn- '* SM*. a sl"We e,e.m'n!. m tne Whit* House as an idealistic sym-
1 Behind all this are two convic-
tions on the part of many Republi-
cans:
. -That a pomical party is like
a ball team. Its strength depends
on farm teams and their develop-
ment of young players. Republi-
cans saw the Democrats suffer
from lack of young talent during
the years of Roosevelt: now they
see the Republicans failing to de-
velop young leaders because of too
much concentration on one man.
2. There is still a strong re-
sentment against ex-Gov. Thos.
Dewey and a conviction that he is
trying to control the next nomina-
tion.
OIWIY SURROUNDS IKS
Dewey has always been one of
the most powerful men inside the
Eisenhower administration, even
though not in Washington. His old
press secretary, Jim Hagerty, is
now one of the men closest to Ei-
senhower. His former campaign
manager, Herbert Brownell, is
now one of the Cabinet members
closest to Ike. And it was Dewey
who picked two other members of
the Cabinet, Secretary of State
Dulles, and Secretary of Labor
Mitchellthough they have large-
ly kept out of. politics. Finally, it
was Dewey who picked the. GOP
national chairman, Lea Hall.
This alone makes the Taft. wing
of the party sore. But on top of
that they see' Eisenhower's medi-
cal report postponed until .Febru-
ary or March when it will be Uta
for them to development candidates
and when, the-Dewey crowd can
more easily slip one of its men,
possibly Tom Dewey himself, into
the- nomination.
-
This is behind the slow burn in
one wing of the GQP. and why Bill
Knowland. whose candid, honesty
everyone admires, no matter how
much they may disagree, has call-
ed for a showdown on whether Ike
will run.
BATTLI OF AIRWAYS .
Such top Democrats as Speaker
Sam Rayburn of Texas and Sena-
tor Mike Monroney of Oklahoma
came back to Washington for the
"bipartisan" conferences with,
blood in their eye.
Chief reason for the blood was.
the manner in which General Ei-
senhower has talked about a bi-
partisan approach and thea taken
a strictly partisan tack. Specifi-
cally, they are sore over the way
Democratic posts on various quasi-'
judicial agencies have been filled
by "Repuoliorats." Under the law
Minettl's 'appointment' will give
ihe .big airlines another vote on
the CAB,, a vote, they badly need.
For just recently, Nov. 15, the
CAB voted 3-2 to strengthen small
non-sked air lines, let them oper-
ate as "supplemental air carriers."
Lee was one of those voting for
the non-skeds, together with Chair-
man Ross Rizley, Republican of
Oklahoma, and Joe Adams. Rizlev.
however, is slated to become a
federal judge in January, which,
with Lee's puster, will reverse the
balance and make the board big
air minded.
. Behind' this shift is the new pol-
icy of Secretary of Commerce Sin-
au- Weeks and his deputy, Iouis
Rothschild, who believe in stabil-
izing the airlines more aa less as
is. They don't want moro compe-
tion. ~
Democratic leaders got irritated
last summer when Senator J i m
Mead of New York, a Democrat,
was ousted from a place en the
Federal Trade Commission sup-
posed to be held by a Democrat.
Now that another Democratic ex-
Senator, Josh Lee, is ousted, they
are doing; a alow burn.
"The bipartisan policy," they
tay, "must be a two-way street."
WASHINGTON a-IPRUNI
There's an argument inside the
Republican .rally .Saluting Eisen-
hower Jan. 20. Ike will talk on a
closed circuit TV hook-up to Re-
publican rallies all over the coun-
try. And Nixon, who'll be speaking
at the Chicago rally, thinks his
speech ought to' be broadcast over
.the same TV, hook-up., However,
rlSfS* fit^fts *fc* r m a a,
Mwrnev..general,,Herbert,Brown- .
ell. and Chafinjwi Len Ball ,want J
to keep' Nixon out of theact. If
Nixon wins the argument it means
hell be in a better spot to run .^.
$A-uftSBiJaffl O
hear reports on the ratest Russian
H-bomb explosion. They were told
the Soviet bomb exploded with the
forcp of 13,000,000 tons of TNT. The
largest American explosion waa
equivalent to 17.000,000 tons ...
Ambassador Alexis Johnson has
been ordered to make one last of*
fort to persuade the Chinese Rods
to free the remaining Americans
held in Chinese jails. If this falls
Johnson will finally break off his
long negotiations with the Chinse
. Maryland's -GOP gov-
ernor, Ted McKeldin, sett a copy
of ex-President Truman's memoirs
to Truman with a request for the
author's autograph.
witnesses say ran Mine-Mill
Now we hear that the same west-
ern section of Teamsters is nego-
tiating a similar assistance pact
with pro-Soviet Harry Bridges am)
his Communist-line Longshore-
men's Union. And only recently
Beck was saying that his union
planned to get into ash owdown
fight with Bridges when the Teanv
hower has had a heart attack RePubllcan party which does not bol, with a more conservative
there will be a calculated risk that aPP.rove1. of Eisenhower's inter- Cabinet actually running the
he might suffer a relapse He "t'on1^" and limited pro- government,
might become unable to carry on rbasiviam.
his job.
The question for the voters is
whether they want a part-time
Are the voters willing to assume Th" G0P ,PW ?uard wouW ^ President continued in office
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responsibility for that'" ier to see Eisenhower succeedea These are four stark and perhaps
Or put the question another way Dy ',! more conservative president, inconsiderate questions to raise.
Knowing the President's age and "uehL of )f!e support for an | But they are being freely discussed
physical condition. would Eisenhower-Nixonor preferably m Washington and probably every
stars high council" meets in Hawaii the American people be willing to an Eisenhower-Knowland ticket, 0ther crossroad in tne country. And
next March. condemn him to an unnaturallyc"",8 troin "* roup- .' there Is no reason why they
The Teamsters have always stop- early breakdwon by asking him to
ped at red lights before. Are they
going politicslly color blind now?
HELPFUL THIir
assume the heavy White House
responsibilities for another four
years?
Fact Number Two is that Presi-
dent Eisenhower is not likely to
cast aside his vice president,
LOUISVILLE. Ky. (UPJ An|Richard M. Nixon,
obliging thief gave police ere a| What this means is that if the
helping hand. He abandoned a,,President is not able to run for a
stolen car during a poice chase second termor if he is not able
in front of the. home of its owner, tb complete a second termNixon
Garnet H. Cowles.
shouldn't be brought out in the
open and freely debated now.
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A runaway Republican National
Convention might upset this choice
But an open Eisenhower endorse- The now cors hove e^orytMng
ment of Nixon would make his built In sxcspt coutlon ond caur-
rejection unlikely. tesy. .___
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Red's West German Envoy Arrives Today

BONN, Germany, Dec. (UP)
Soviet Russia's first ambassa-
dor to West Germans' arrives
here today, the Foreign Office an-
nounce last night.
Tlie announcement Mid Vsleri
Zorin would arrive in sneclal
Soviet plane from East Berlin at
noon. He will be met by scting
chief of protocol Erica Papprltz.
An advance party f Soviet dip-
lomats arrived here several weeks
ago to prepare for the openingo f
the new embassy.
CHRISTMAS VACATION
WATERBURY, Cot. (UP)
Instead of a Christmas bonus, a
clothing store proprietor, Joseph
F. Sullivan, is taking his 45 em-
floyes in a chartered plane for a
lorida vacation, including tickets
to the Orange Bowl football game
Jan. 2.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY will put the "Reina Del Mar" Into operation be-
tween Europe and South America next May. Here the funnel is being set into place on the
new alr-condltloned passenger vessel. ., ,
Attorney General
Seeks To Disqualify
Former Senator
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr.
demanded yesterday that the Sub-
versive Activities Control Board
re-open a "bias and prejudice"
case against board member Har-
ry P. Cain.
Cain, lormer Republican senat-
or from Washington, promply de-
nounced Browneu's move as "ai-
ttiost unbelievable."
Cain has been a frequent critic
of the administration's loyalty-se-
curity procedures, which Brow-
nell helped draft.
rfrowneil fued a motion with
the board calling on it to decide
w.ietner Cain is qualified to pre-
s.de over a Communist front case
asauut the tension Union in
Washington state. Cain has been
h> uing hearings in Me case.
Brownell said his demand was
b-sed on new evidence consisting
of statements Cain made about
the unin while he was a senator
and an article'Cain. Vrfpte about
tne Union' iri the November, lS&,
Issue o Coronet magailae.
The case against Cain original-
ly was filed by the Pension Union
last March. The Justice Depart-
ment opposed it at.that Urn* ani
tne Suoversive Activities- Control
Board decided not to disqualify
tf*1"- .. _
u last month the Justice De
pa lament reveraed Its stand and
decided the case should be reop-
"y1* that time the Pension U-
nion had changed its position and
aid it wanted Cain to hear the
case. On Nov. 24, the board asked
Japan Will Not Be
'Tied To Moscow's
Wheel/Paper Says
TOKYO, Dec. 20 (UP) Japan
has no intention of being tied
to,-Moscow's wheel," the Nippon
Times aid today in commenting
on the Asian tour of Russia's two
leaders.
In an editorial, the Times not
ed that Soviet Premier Nikolai
Bulganin and Nlkita Khrushchev
attempted in Asia to set up s
Ero-Red bloc or a : pro-neutral
loc -as they may prefer to desig-
nate it. .'"
The newspaper said that Japan
could expect Mm Moscow and
Peiping "indirect attempts" to in
terfert in Japan's economic re
lation with other countries.
"Japan has world-wide inter-
rest,'' the Times said, "and has
no intention of being tied to Mos-
cow's wheel, however cleverly
the invitation may be wrapped up
in mendacious statements.'
Another leading Japsn newspa-
per, the Malnichi, also comment-
ed editorially on the tour of
"Communism's traveling 11 If i
men.'*
Christian Party
Gets On Bandwagon
In Saarland Issue
SAARBRUECKEN. Ssar, Dec.
SO .(UP) The Powerful Chris-
tian People's Party which ran
the rich Saarland for France for
a decade made its bid today for
a seat on the hack-to-Germany
Bandwagon.
The CVP newspaper, the "Saar-
landische Volksieitung," said "to
change the constitution without
content of the CVP u not possi
Me."
The formerly pro-French party
said "it ia a fact that the Saar
will Join the federal republic (of
Germany) politically, and that
France will give in."
The CVP took a surprising 13
seats in Sunday? Saar election,
making it the second-largest par
fiamentary gcijetp and locking
[ilana of the three-party Home-
and League" to change the con
stitution of the vital coal steel
b? n.
The German nationalist won a
lotai of 33 eats, five less than
the reeded for the three fourths
ma lent y which would allow them
i" alter tbe constitution and bring
about the Saar's reunification
ith Germany.
both sides to state clearly wheth-
er they want Cain disqualified.
In yesterday's motion, Brow-
nell ssid the board "must re-
view in the light of new evidence
presented to it the question of
Csin's qualification.'* He said this
move was not a motion to dis-
qualify Cain.
Brownell said the Pension Union
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is trying to take "an illogical po-
sition" so it csn clsim biss and
prejudice if the board finds it
to be a Communist front, but be
free of bias and prejudice If the
board rules in its favor.
The union countered by accus-
ing Brownell of "an effort to em-
barras: and coerce" Cain.
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to tske a ruffing trick is when it
will do you the most good. Let's see
how this is illustrated in today's
hand.
West opens the* jack of hearts,
dummy puts up the queen, and
East covers with the king. South
is disappointed, since he hoped
that the queen of hearts would hold
the trick. South controls his emo-
tions enough to refuse the first
trick. This allows South to choose
the exact -moment for ruffing a
heart in dummy.
Esst returns the queen of spades,
and South wins with the ace. South
follows with the king of spades.
Only one ruff is needed in dum-
my, so South can afford to draw
two of dummy's three trumps.
It is still too early to ruff the
heart. First South tskes dummy's
top clubs and ruffs a low club
in his hand. Declarer was hoping
that the suit would break 3-3, but
he csn cope with the actusl 4-2 club
break.
Only after ruffing the third round
of clubs in his own hsnd can South
afford to ruff a heart in the dum-
my. First, of course, he cashes
the see of hearts. Then he ruffs
his last heart in the dummy. Not
only does this provide the ruffing
trick, but it also gets him to dum-
my in time to ruff another club.
The second ruff establishes dum-
my's last club. South can lead a
diamond to dummy's ace to lead
the lsst club from dummy. If East
discards, the club gives declarer
his contract; snd if East ruffs,
Souths last trump is his tenth
trick.
If South took the ace of hearts
st the first trick snd returned the
suit, East could lesd a third heart
at once. This would force dummy
to ruff before the clubs had been
well begun, and declarer would
be unable to establish dummy's
last club.
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TOKYO. Dec. 20 (UP) Police
Marched today for an unidentified
llrl auapected of throwing s bomb
that destroyed asuburban police
patrol atatlon and seriously iniur-
ed tt policemen late Monday
night
The' explosion occurred shortly
after Abe girl had -asked for road
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Polio also Marched for a Jeep
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i A shop selling documentary
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Egypt to Respect
Sudan's Decision
To Stay Independent
CAIRO, Egypt. DM. (UP) -
Egypt Mid todav she will "re-
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oor and remain Independent.
| The Sudanese House of repre
negatives voted unanimously yes-
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i that the final ties flecking her
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Mohieddin said the close ties
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Air Force To Base
Bombers In Japan
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"Present plans csll for the Mght
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instrument
5 "Let It ------
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12 Wind
instrument
IS Air (prefix)
14 Before
15 Emissary
17 Part
18 Cheer
19 Chemical
sugars
2 Brother of
Cain (Bib.)
8 Girl's name
4 Nuisances
Francisco,
California
6 Deny
7 Russian city
8 Language
tools
Gives
confidence
10 Incite
11 Beginners
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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28 Fabrics 45 Dye ingredient
28 Wing-shaped Notoriety
30 Encounter 47 Prayer ending ;
31 Icelandic saga 48 Foreteller
(ab.)
24 German city
27 Entreaty
29 Scottish
philosopher
32 Drink
dispenser
34 Ogled
38 Property
37 Consented
38 Dance
movement
39 Repetition
41 Musical
direction
42 Legal matters
44 Food fish
46 Prettiest
49 Angry
53 Wine cup
64 Repeat
performer
86 Honey
87 Nullify
58 Followers
69 Abstract being
60 Formerly
IBare
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20 Else
22 Change
24 Shoshonean
Indians
33 Writing
material
88 Woman
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40 Singing
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52 Gaelic
35 Negativa word
GOP House Speaker Believes
Ike Will Seek Another Term
Holy Land Faces Another
Uneasy Christmas Season
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP) hire. He ha indicated he may
House Republic leader Joseph W. campaign in Wisconsin, Minneso-
Martin Jr., said last night he is to and Florida. Kefauver will
convinced President Eisenhower clash head-on in California with
will seek a second term because Adlai E. Stevenson, the mm who
"he will not fail" his country | beat him in the 1952 convention,
when called. I Kefauver also said he will in-
Conceding that no man is in- j troduce. key members of his cam-
dispensable, he said the President I paign staff to the press. He is
Is an "extremely valuable man I expected to make official the ap-
because he enjoys the confidence i point irient of F. Joseph Donohue.
of the majority of the American Washington attorney and former
people.
dence
the free w<
he enjoys the confi-
of all the other nations of

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Martin,
S'jtual Broa/JcasJaf
o program^ .Repa
said
hower will get a "cer
thealth" from his phys
will.be reelected next yj
"I believe- he Is go
because I know the
said. "I knew the cond!
have been formed, not
America but in the world, and I
think he will not fail his country
when they call upon him."
On the Democratic side, Sen.
^tes kefauver (D-Tenn.) called
a news conference for today to
add new state primaries to his
campaign schedule In a bid for
the presidential nomination.
Kefauver definitely plans to go
District of Columbia commission
e.,_as campaign manager.
A. S. Mike
r> a Stevenson
"moderation'
of the~fiJRner'.Ilhnois gov
ernor won him backing in 4
in-'states even if it hurt him among
of'Democrat* in New York. |od
and Michigan.
Meanwhile
Monroney
supporter,!
ra- stand
P.
only
He told reporters that' cfititfMn
of the moderation plan by Gov.
Averell Harriman of Ne# York
In J and G. Mennen Williams of Mich-
igan did Stevenson no damage.
' "I feel sure the other 46 states
would certainly prefer the Steve
son position rather than to select
a candidate standing as an immo-
derate," Monroney said.
President Eisenhower's doctors
said Saturday it will be at ieaat
mid-I ebruary before the P r e s i-
dent will know or sure, whether
into California and New Hamp- he would be able physically to
JERUSALEM (UP) Another
Christmas season' finds the Holy
Land still divided and living under
an uneasy armistice, as It has
been for five years.
For seven years, they young state
of Israel has clung to its beach-
head, hemmed in by Egypt, Jor-
dan, Syria and Lebanon. A large
area of erstwhile Mandate Pal
estme fell to the Hashemite
kingdom of Jordan, including Beth-
lehem and the "old city'' of Jeru-
salem.
But despite the tension and dis-
trust marking the Arab borders,
Christmas has sufficiently over-
come ill-feeling to secure the safe
passage of pilgrims from Israel
to Bethlehem in Jordan.
At dawn on Christmas Eve,
whole families of Christian Arabs
will begin crossing the frontier
separating the "new city" of Jeru-
salem, in Israel, from the "old
city" in Jordan. This is one of
the only two occasions in the year
when pilgrims; may cross into
Jordan and return by the same
route. The other is Easter. Nor-
mally, the Jordan government per-
mits one-way traffic only.
Open 38 Hours
On Christmas, the frontier post
stays open for 36 hours, with a
strong supplement of officials to
check the identity of pilgrims and
inspect their baggage. Several
thousand Arabs, mostly Greek
Catholic with a sprinkling of Maro-
nite, Protestant and Latin Catho-
lic, will travel from all over Israel
to make the annual crossing.
On the other side of the check-
,post, shouting delirious welcome.
'will be their relative. Arab fam-
ilies resemble smalt tribes and
many Israel Arabs have a horde
of cousins over the border.
When the 36-hour reunion Is
over, the pilgrims will go home to
Nazareth and Jaffa, laden with
coffee, rice and various Oriental
sweets hard to buy In Israel. Those
with relatives in Jordan are spared
the trouble of hunting for accom-
modation. Hotels and homes with
rooms to let enjoy golden prosper-
ity over the festival in sharp
contrast to the normal stagnation
Srevailing m the "old"city" and
ethlehem and are booked up
for weeks before Christmas.
Both Isreal and Jordan authori-
ties examine applications to cross
the lines and reject anyone sus
pect on grounds of security.
The only pilgrims to approach
Bethlehem along the road tradi-
tionally used by the Three Wise
Men will be diplomatic and United
Nations personnel, for most of this
road lies in Jordan territory and
is normally bajrred by a stretch
of mine-fringed no-man's land.
Jordan allows thase neutral
groups to ride down the desolate
highway fromJerusalem to Beth-
lehem. Both Israel and., neighbor-
ing hostile state uncon-
trolled .fit an* entry to the of-
ficials, and the white-painted UN
jeeps can be seen whizzing by the
frontier posts at all hours.
This Christmas mere than ever,
the UN staff seems to be holding
the balance which precariously
keeps in check attackers and
counter-attackers along the Israel
border. One of the guests in Beth-
lehem will be E. L. M. Burns,
UN truce supervision chief of staff
who will leave bis residence in
Government House, a black-and-
white marbel mansion built for
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White House pressure. ,
Senate Republican leader Wil-
liam F. Knowland is pressing for
an early announcement. Knowland
b regarded as a definite candi
date for the GOP nomination if
' the President does not run.
I Martin- said the chief executive
| shoula make his tateme n't
"whenever he has concluded be
,is in a position to make it with
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saw no need to rush the decision.
I Turning to problem confront-
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the Massachusetts Republican
said he hopes taxes, can be cut
next year but emphasized that
the budget should be balanced
first. K
He said the new aggressive at-
titude of the Russians "will re-
quire a considerable spending of
money for defense and for that
reason we do not know whether
we can, give any tax reduction
now.'
Martin cited declining fa r m
mices as one of the big Issues
facing Congress.
the British Mandate commissioner
to join the pilgrimage.
Arab Legionnaire patrol the
massive wall encircling the "old
city," a cramped criss-cross of
alleys and stooping houses dwarfed
by the great Moselem Dome of
the Rock, has hardly changed since
New Testament times. Here lie the
shrines of three faiths.
No worshippers pray at the Wail-
ing Wall, last vestige of the Jewish
Second Temple, and few Christians
from abroad manage to Dace the
Hill of Calvary. Only at Christmas
does the "old city" regain its tra-
ditional religious life, thronged with
celebrants and echoing with joyful
bella.
In the "new elty" also. Christmas
brings its cheer to the handful of
churches, missions and chapels
which pursue their evangelic*!
with
work
hindrance.
'O' For OHIO?
Well, Yes And No
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP> It's
better to spellout "Ohio" than
to use the abbreviation, "O," a
New York state school boy has
learned in a ruling through the
highest of channels.
Wymsn Swenson of, Mahopac
Falls, N. Y., wrote to Gov. Frank
J. Lausche that his son came home
with an exam paper indicating
there was no abbreviation for the
name of the Buckeye State.
Lausche handed over the matter
to Prof. Robert M. Estrich. chair-
man of the English department of
Ohio State University. Estrich
ruled that "there is no single
answer to the questions you raise,"
but:
"I think your son's teacher would
be wise to teach her pupils not to
use an abbreviation like "O." for
Ohio. On the other hand, if she
saya it never is done, she is, of
course, wrong. It is done very
commonly. And common use
makes it permissible there is
no absolute right or wrong in the
matter common sense suggests
it is a good idea not to abbreviate
Ohio."
Child Can Often Tell
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DES MOINES, la. (UP) -
Thomas P. Duggan. an executive
of the Mutual Broadcasting Co.,
New York, was preseated two ears
of corn on a recent visit here.
One was yellow, the other red.
I* "Things, happen fast out here.''
"'-he said. "Only last summer the
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -(UP)
Is that child of yours causing
you concern by the way he's
tc.t.iilgu 'tte,y? a.-.. ___ .. tv. ussian farm experts visited Iowa.
"Ask him whats wrong," Dor- ,H ,., ,... i. ,.,in0 ,h
Tong,"
othy Pisula, a St. Louis. Mo., psy-
chologist, recommends. "He is a
more able diagnostician than most
of us and cuts through to the heart
of things.
"He can usually tell simply and
directly what is really wrong with
him and his situation." Miss Pisula
told a workshop on disturbed chil-
dren at the annual convention of
the National Conference of Catholic
Charities.
Miss Pisula, who works at the
Our Lady of Grace Child Center,
said parents should not Jump to
conclusions that their child is
to a nice clinic does not surely
"The fact that a child is brought
nee clinic does not
mean that something Is wrong
with him," she said. "At that
moment, all that we really have
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be does not understand his child's
and now your corn is turning red.
behavior.
"In fact the answer may be little
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FARMACIA LOMBARDO
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LEWIS SERVICE
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CANAL tONt POLYCLWIC
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EDUCATION INSURANCE
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Phone Panama t-$$8z
TRANIfORTIS RAXTIR. S-A.
Packer! Shippers Mover
Phono ****} *-l*2-
' Learn Riding al
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t> Jumping clesae dailv
i to 5 p.m. Miae 1-027
or by eppolatasoat.
[HARNETT & DUNN
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LhOM -
i.'HAKM SCHOOL.
NCB STUDIO
suite ni
Ba'lxia 2-1231 ar Panam I-I
I Studio El Panam Hotel I
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: II-ft. 25-cycla
Frig.daire, 50-lb. deep freese
SUS; dining rabie steel $10;
buffet araal $1 J; dresser, mirror,
leal $10. Phone 83-2192. Cu-
ru.du house 51-R, after 4:30.
FOR SALE:One We sting house
automatic washer, 2 singla mi-
hegeny bed frames. I ret a
Ccmplca's Encyclopedia. Phene
Panama 3-4170.
FOR SALE: Biautiful S-aiaca
maple dining in aa*. escol-
len! condition. Moat rail. $25.
Call $3-2127 alter 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:Gas stave, 4-burn-
ar, ovan, breiler; Maytag wash-
ing machina, 60-cyele; Ascet gas
water heater Abave units used
enly 10 months and ara liba new
Parted palms, plants. Panama
3-C2R2.
FOR SALE1941 Pontiac. aeed
ceneKtien, $240. Pheo. 2-2457,
hausa Riat.
FOR SALE:194$ Hudsan 4-
daar. twa-taaa, parted candi-
tiaa, duty paid. $100. See Ha-
ya*. Phaaa 3-OIS2.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 20$ 1, AMCON. C.Z.
SOX 1211. CRISTORAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE:1951 Fard Cuitem
Tudar, excellent cenditian. Vary
cheap. Hal radio, heater, clack.
Phaaa Caca Salo $342.
Paulad abat* a Xanas Gift? Then
why nat gie Iba IDEAL gift that
will gravo t lasting benefit to M
Aduk ar a Teenager. Give a
allraam Dancing Coarto by
HARNETT O DUNN. Call Ral-
boa 2-4239 or Panama 3-1660.
Williams Analytical Audit Reports
Fiduciary Capacity
L. C. WILLIAMS, C.P.A.
Tal. 2-1941 o Apt do. 414 Rao.
FOR SALE1950 Cadillac-62
4-daar, 7000 miles tinea over-
haul; new tubeless whitewalls;
aroma ail filter; vepe-jet; hy-
dramatic with passing gaar,
SI450. ($450 aval. Satan
579
FOR SALE: Frigidairc. 4-bam-
ar electric stove, 30-inch even.
Phaaa Albraek 5294.
FOR SALE:1912 Fard Fardar
V-$. radio, heater, 19,000 miles,
perfect finiih and chrama, spat-
less interior. Panama 3-6212.
FOR SALE:Living room tot.
pieces, newly rafinishad. $50.
14-6241. Qtrs. 131-A Kobbo.
Wanted to Buy
FOR SALE:Hlllmen Califarnian
hardtop 1955 I0.H.V.I. 9500
miles, vary good cenditian. Must
lafl at travelling ta Europa. TeJ-
ephone Woodrow 2-0913. "3-
2547 after 1:30 p.a.).
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Usad electric traa,
vary good condition, with all ac-
cessories $70. Call Donald, tele-
phone 2-0324 Panama.
CLEARANCE SALE! 40% off
aa all aur sterling silver flat and
helloware. well known brands.
Taba advantage of this offer and
hop early far Xmas. PORRAS,
Plaia 5 da Mayo.
WANTED TO RUY: Smooth
tires, suitable far reconstruction.
Reconttructora Nacional. Aveni-
da Para 7. Phone 2-0406.
FOR SAL|1950 Huesea 4-
door, low mileage, libo new. duty
paid $525. Phone 2-1255.
LESSONS
Susan Morrison
pies In Paraso,
m Mrs. Susan Morrison, a Jamal-
5g,n resident o Paraso, died at
_he home of her son-in-law
floulton E. Gaskin yesterday,
he was 80 years old.
a foundation member of ,the
fir tlfied Church of God of
trama City, Mrs. Morrison was
Jctive up until the time of her
SVlness six months ago.
She is survived by her daugh-
irs, Mrs. Thelma Gaskin and
Irs. E. Allen, her son, Prince
Williams. 21 grandchildren .and
Z4 ereat-erandchildren.
Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.
Glva yaur Pre-teen ar teenager
Ballroom Dance Coutsa far Xmas.
16-'j hoar lessons t> a FREE
Dance Book ONLY $1 0.00. Reg-
istration will be held Jan. 7th
at 10:00 a.m. Balboa "T." Call
Balboa 2-4239 or Panama 3-
1660. HARNETT t> DUNN.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chavralat.
Christmas brand now deluxe club
tadan ready ta deliver. Has V$
angina, powerglide transmissian,
radie, tintad glass, white-side
tires, |b- foam and custom all
vinyl interior, special tu-tonc
paint. Will accept trade-in. Bal-
boa 2-1515.
FOR $AtB: 47 Oldt Tudor.
good running cenditian. > Quick
sale. Call $4-6241. 131-A
Kabbo.
ORAND SALE: Beautiful an-
tiques and large attsrtntaat nov-
elties. Received new stocks. Per-
fect for Christmas gifts. LUM'S.
4th of July Ave. Phono 2-2446.
'FOR SALE: Wiebe*Mr $2~
heavy target rifle, vary goad
$65; many accessories. Call aft-
er 6 p.e. Diablo 2-4455.
FOR SALE:Two Lionel steam
type locomotivo!. 60-cyele, 110-
watt transiormers. 6 freight can.
Phone Curundu 5177.
FOR SALE:20" bay's pood bi-
cycle, good cenditian, needs
painting. Call 2-1$6$ after 4
p.m.
Soviets, Yugoslavs
Agree On fcMiiMc
Cooperation Pad
BELGRADE. Yugoslavia. Dec.
20 (UP) Soviet and Yugotlav
negotiators reached final agree-
ment vesterday on the terms of a
scientific cooperation pact oriqin-
allv drafted in Moscow on Sent. 1.
Experts of both countries have
been working here since that date
on final details of the agreement.
It orovides for mutual scientific
technical cooperation through an
exchange of documents, expe r t s
and students.
A toint technical commission
will also sit twice a year, once in
Belgrade and once in Moscow, to
discuss ways of furthering scienti-
fic cooperation between the two
countries, an official announcement
said.
FOR SALE: Carman upright
piano, exceptional bargain $250.
Tana and construction superior
fO average U.S. piano, guaran-
992. Colon.
FOR SALE:Bargain! Baby bad
$15; new high chair $$. 2513-
A. Cacali. Call $7-$ 191.
"I RELIEVE YOU, SIR"...In a brief ceremony today, Lt. Cdr.
Allen E. Carter. USN (left) relieved Lt. Albert N. Hughes, U8N
aa officer in charge of the U.S. Naval Harbor Defense Unit.
Balboa. Hughes will leave the Zone Friday to join his family at
Norfolk, Va where he will assume duties at the Naval Amphibi-
ous Base, Little Creek. Carter arrived In the Zone last week
from duty in Newport R.I. He Is residing with his wife at Farfan.
(Official U.S. Navy photo)
ojr
Minnesota Fishing
On The Unnrade
ST. PAUL (UP) Minne-
sota's lakes and streams yielded
an estimated 25.000 OHO sounds of
fiah to snortsmen 'his vear.
In recent vear the harvest has
Increased, despite more fishing
pressure, according to the conser-
vation department. The answer
lies oartly in the deoartment's
ambitious stocking and rescue and
transfer operations.
This year, approximately 280.-
OOO.ooo fish from hatcheries and
rearing nonds were stocked. An-
other activity is the transfer of
fish from over-populated lakes to
lakes which have had a partial
winterkill. Some 3.000.000 fish
were rescued and transferred this
year.
Govt. Issues Statement On Denial
Of Cash Benefits To Former POWs
"THOR"
Washing Machines
SALES SERVICE
PARTS
MUEBLERA
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WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 (UP) -
The government declared today
that it is trying to be fair to for-
mer Korean War prisoners who
were denied cash benefits on toe
basis of secret information against
them.
Andrew J. McGuire, gene r a 1
counsel of the Foreign Claims Set-
tlement Commission, said the com-
mission is doing all it can to treat
the men fairly and not "blacken
their character." Hearings are
being held in major cities which
may lead to payment of benefits
in some cases.
At the same time, the Army said
that the commission not the mili-
tary is solely responsible for de-
nying benefits to the former POWs
who are accused of collaborating
with the enemy while In Korean
prisoner of war camps.
The Senate constitutional rights
subcommittee said Sunday it is
investigating charges that pay-
ments have been withheld from
some 250 former POWs as the re-
sult of secret information provided
by the Army. It questionation provi
by the Army. It questioned whe-
ther the action was constitutional.
A spokesman (aid the Army
"supplies any or all information '
which the commission needs to
decide a case. But in many cases,
he aaid, the information does not
represent conclusive evidence and
the final decision is up to the
commission.
McGuire said former prisoners)
of war have the right to a hearing
if their payments are denied. If;
requested, the ex- prisoners also;
receive a sumiB*"> o imforma
Uoti auainst them, but the source,
of the information is not identified.!
The Senate subcommittee had
protested that prisoners were barr-
dicapped in answering allegations
against them because precise de-
of the charges were not
sett and the> were denied
the ri'ht to face their accusers
Icr a 1954 law. Korean War
prisoner* are entitled to S2.S0 for
each day they were held. But the
law states that no payments can
be made to men who "voluntarily,
knowingly and without duress"
collaborated with their captors.
McGuire said the provision was
inserted in the statute over the
commission's protests. He ex-
Filained that it makes it extreme-
y difficult to administer the law
and still be fair to the individual.
The Army spokesman said ad-
ministration of the law, including
the determination and payment of
claims, is specifically lodged with
the Foreign Claims Settlement
Commission.
He said the material supplied
to the commission is not in the
nature of formal charges of col-
laboration, but rather data gath-
ered about the activities of soldiers
in POW camps. The information
waa culled from returning prison-
ers, he said.
On the basis of such informa-
tion, the spokesman said, about
22S soldiers were subjected to "in
tensive" investigation. The Army
subsequently decided to court mar-
tial about 40 men on misconduct
or collaboration charges.
The rest of the cases were drop-
ped because of "insufficient" and
inconclusive" evidence, with the
men receiving honorable or ad-
ministrative discharges.
FOR $AUr Black ft- Docket V*
inch electric drill tot with twelve
attachaagata. all now. An idaal
Christmas aresent. f>hfn< Al-
brook 5294;
FOR SALSi Several tans af
scrag iran. Call Panama phone
3-14(2.
lallle Barres'
Quick Recovery
Rules Out Surgery
CHICAGO. Dec. 20 (UP) Pres-
ident Luis Batlie Berres of Uru-
uay has recovered so well from
is stomach illness that his phy-
sicians have ruled out the need
for surgical intervention, it was
disclosed today.
Instead, they have prescribed
long-range medical treatment to
cure the ulcer believed to be the
cause of his illness, a source close
to the president told the United
Press.
The source said that the treat-
ment may last from two to three
years ana that it includes a mild
diet and abstinence from smoking.
It will in no way interfere with the
normal discharge of official duties,
he stressed.
Doctors have recomme n d e d.
however, that Batlie Berros take
a short rest before he resumes his
official duties.
It was understood that If he
leaves the hospital this weekend,
as planned, he will either spend a
! week or ten days in Miami, or fly
I straight to Uruguay and rest in one
of that country's famous resorts.
FOR RENT
Apartment*
MINIMUM
FOR
12 WORDS
ATTENTION O. I.I Jest bejtlt
saldara fare lab ad eeertments. I,
2 bodroanw. hot. coM wale*.
?bone Panama $.4941.
FOR RENT:Ready to bo eeey-
pied: 2-bedreens aaartmont. hot
water, la the heat rasidential dis-
trict. Call 2-1 $99.
FOR RENT: Famished aaart-
mont, 2 bedrooms, living team,
dining raaos, aas stave, refriger-
ator. 4Srd Street Na. 4, Bolla
Vista.
FOR RENT.Madam two-bad-
room aaartment, aercb, living-
dining room, kitchen, maid's and
laundry roam. Seminad, bo* wa-
ter. Far further particulars tele-
phena 3-4946 ar 3-6737.
WANTED
Apartments

NECCMI XMAS PRESENTThe
NICCHI Sowing Machino osele
aa a Cartel maa atestas*. It is the
Btft feeever. "Tea alt taha a lady
white the Necchi saws pfeteceiea-
aaty Prevent yew beloved ana a
NECCHI this ChiJatmn
with a series af tree aawistf
in the NECCHI eaey and
motbed Trade-in, nciated. Prinee
below the States-. Twa-vaar teraae
aad aver. CASA ADMIRABLE.
10-30 Central Avnese, aereas fieos
the "wat Nat'l City Bank. Panama.
2-1111 and 2-2027
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Of AMB3UCA
Canal Zone -
Vallra Stales District Cauri Par Tne
District af The Canal Zea*
Balboa Divisin
tn the Matte* af the Adoption of John
Thomas Marshall, and Barbara Jean
Marshall, minors under the afe of 14
Bit*. No. tUS Civil. Citation. Petition
Adoption
To: John A Marshall
Ton are barest/ reeuired to appear be
,for the united States District Court
j tor the District of the Canal Zone. Di-
vision of Balboa, at the Courtroom therr-
Sf of February ISM. it I o clock in
I forenoon of that day. then and
(hero to show cause, if any you have,
why O G Benson should not proceed
with the haaricuj of his petition for the
adootion of the above named minors
Witness the Honorable Guthrle T
Oowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Cxnel Zone,
ttus lath do* Of December ISM.
C. T McCsemlik. Jr.
Clerk of Court
rasa
y Lais r Harries-
Deouty Clerk.
To John A Marshall
The foreaatna citation la severer! upon
yon bv publication purnnnt tn the or-
der of the Honorable Girlhrie P Crowe
| Aide. United State* DMrlct Court for
the District of -he Canal Zane. dated
the Mth day of December lg. .ne an
iterad and fll*d In this action In the f-
rica nt trie Clerk of Us* United trate*
'Distri-t Court. "Division af Balboa, af the
teta day of December Its*
C. T MrCarmlrk. Jr.
n*rk of Coiir'
B> Loss c
Deputy Clerk.
WANTED: Veeatiee after*
for cauplc wirbesjt children or
petl, starting January I. Refer-
ences furnished. Barbea 2-31 71.
Newly-Developed
Tents Make Outings
Nore Luxurious
CHICAGO '(UP) There may
be something new on the shores
of Gilchie Cumie.
New tents that make "roughing
it" more luxurious, yet bring more
of the outdoors indoors, hare been
developed at the Illinois Institute
of Technology.
Students at IIT have been work-
ing on the tent design project with
an eye toward providing more
openness than in traditional camp
shelters, a reduction of 10 degrees
in the inside temperature, and
greater flexibility in selection of
camp sites. Another goal was to
choose materials that are easy to
take care of.
Charles Forberg, assistant pro-
fessor at IIT and heed .of the
project, ygaid the sturctures will be
used for, experiment by the Chit-ago
YMCA, and if they prove success-
ful, the organisation plans to use
them exclusively on sene of its
property.
One of the new demountable
shelters for year-round use has a
fiberglass skylight that permits
sunlight to enter the cabin but de-
flects much of the heat of the
sun. It also allows for continuous
ventilation through folding plywood
vents at the lower edge of the
roof and through venta at the ridge
point.
The cabin- can be constructed on
a concrete slab with inside floor
space of 16 by 20 feet, and it pro-
vides sleeping quarters for eight
campers and a councillor. Heisht
of the structure is 13V4 feet at the
ridge point.
Special double-deck bunks were
developed to fit into the slope on
one side of the tent, leaving the
other side open for cabin activities.
Space created between the beds by
the slope will be used for stor-
age units.
The fiberglass roof panel, togeth-
er with the five other roof panels
of corrugated aluminum, can be
assembled on the ground and
RESORTS
Baldwins famished apartments
*t Santa Clara Beat*. Telephone
'rabach, Balboa I 4,
ffULlin Ooantide Ct)ltatMa7
Santa Clara. Bes 4$5, Balboa.
Has* Psaense $-1$77. Cristo-
bal $.|7$.
Gremltch's Santa Clara Beach
Caftages. Madam conveniences,
moderate rates. Phaaa Gamboa
I.
beoctaM
Sfantf Clara. TtUeheno
Thempsen. Balboa 1772.
FOR SALE
Bobu & Motors
01 SALE, Luauriaus PtAV-
BOT runabout. 1 ft. brand new,
with 2S-hp. electric starrer, new
Evinrvde motor, brand new bat-
tery; wraparound blue tinted
windehiald. madam and cenveei-
ont TRAILCAR. prac.ans boat-
rep, all accessaries. Wat built far
a discrimnala persea. Ask far a
demonstraren in CASA CMA-
C0?' *. A,V*"M"- MMiita latter.
natreael Hotel. Ph., 2-2121
Panama.
FOSTER S COTTAGES. On*
past Casiaa. Lew reres.
B.tbea U.
tile
FOR RENT
Houses
POR RENT:J-bedreem chalet
in Bella Vista, unfurnished Tel-
ephone Ft. Clayton 110 office
Porcupines Nick
Insurance Firm
CLEVEUND, Ohio (UP) -
The H. B. Schneider insurance
brokers paid off on one of the most
unusual claims ever presented
them.
John Berish spent his vacation
from a Cleveland job in a Penn-
sylvania hunting lodge. One night
he awoke to strange noises outside
| the cabin. He looked out the win-
dow and taw porcupines busily
devouring one tire and starting to
work on another.
Berish shot the vandals with his
rifle. Upon investigation he' found
one tire completely ruined and an-
other chewed down to the inner-
tube. Most of the insulation on the
underneath wiring was gone, too.
imp n >is| i asa sana.ms.ia.
40 Cambodian
Rebels Killed,
32 Captured
PNOM PENH, CAmbodie, Dec.
$0 (UP) The Cambodian high
command announced yesterday
that 40 rebela xad been killed
and 32 captured in a series of re-
gent clashes with government
troops.
The announcement said there
had been 27 clashes since Nov.
27 and government forces had de-
stroyed six rebel caps in wide-
spread mopping-up operations in
rebel-occupied territoy.
A large number of rebels had
also been wounded, it added.
then be fitted into position to
speed up) consturction.
Three plywood doors, painted
brilliant blue and white, open out
at either end of the shelter to
make the outdoors seem closer, and
glass fiber screening protects
campers from insects.
Forberg said another type of
demountable 'shelter, planned for
summer use only, has a top of
specially coated nylon with a sur-
face of aluminum pigment. He ex-
plained it is only half the weight
of usual tent material, has a great-
er resistance to rot and abrasion
than canvas, and reflecta more of
the heat of the sun.
Amateurs Doing OK
As Uranium Hunters
.
OMAHA (UP) There's one
field, at least, in which amateurs
seem" to do better than profes-
sionals.
J. G. McMillan, associate pro-
fessor of physics at the University
of Omaha, said more than 50 per
cent of the uranium strikes in the
United States have been made by
greenhorns. And it doesn't cost
much money to try, either.
"If you. have a Geiger counter,
available for $45, you can detect
radiation and a possible ore
source," he said.
However, McMillan cautioned
amateurs not to get their hopes too
high. He said relatively little ore is
the type that pays off. He sug-
gested that uranium Hunting be an
avocation rather than a vocation.
Help Wanted
WANTED IMM$DIAT1I,Y>
Ceek for small family, sleep la,
Reentre recommendation and
health card Phone 3-4J59. Via
Espaa, Sonny Boy No. 12.
WANTED: Maid far general
heesewerh. Apply R-SE. Raus-
eeea. Canal 2eae (past Caceli).
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Living ream set,
high chair, Motan Anta Repair
Manoal. Call Caranda 2254.
Position Offered
WANTED: R.c.pti.nist ami
secretary, English speaking. In-
close photo, aualificati.nl. Box
C. M. IJ4. Panama.
WANTID: Television teehnl.
cian and radio technician capable
af learning television, reads and
speaks English. Applicants please
centact Corundo Radia Shop,
after 4 p.m.
WANTED: Radia technician
experienced in communications
and television Motorola Distri-
buter, Jase Francisca da la Ossa
Ave. Ne. 3$ Automobile Raw)
after 3 p.m. any week day.
WANTED:Accordion player
American and Spanish music far
Friday nite. Balboa 1309.
PERSONALS
HARNETT DUNN wishes their
many friends c> students A Mar-
ry Xmas V Happy Dancing far
195$.
RIDING LESSONTrying en a tricycle for size is Wendy, 20-
month-old elephant at the St. Louis, Mo., zoo. Wend* win ride ]
the vehicle, specially built for her, in the zoo's elephant
next Mayafter the 1200-pound pachyderm learns to ride
With her is trainer Floyd Smith. ----------- -
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Present your tickets before Friday.
Your tickets are valid for a whole year. Keep them carefully.


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1955
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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THE LAW ?.
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- Alw: -
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HOUSE
CENTRAL Theatre
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A GREAT ATTRACTION IN
TECHNICOLOR!
VINCENT PRICE
in
HO)i$t OF WAX
LUX THEATRE
Me. ------------------------__-------- Sec.
DOUBLE FEATURE!
VAN HEFLIN, In
THE PROWLER
JEAN HUSSBIX, fat
DOUBLE DYNAMITE
DRIVE-IN Theatre
60c.
See.
ACTION and SUSPENSE!
WILLIAM BENDIX
ARTHUR KENNEDY
in
C RASH 0 UT
CECILIA THEATRE
Me.
DOUBLE ATTRACTION I
JAMES CAGNEY, in
RUN FOR COVER
VISTAVISION and COLOR!
THE BOWERY BOYS, In
HIGH SOCIETY
Me.
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(NEA Newsmap)
PROPOSED RADAR NET Shaded part of map locates area
where the NATO Council of Minister approved plan for a
unified radar warning creen extending across Europe. Trie
warning system would extend from Norway to Turkey, sup-
ported by a unified air raid warning an da Jam-proof communi-
cations network.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly]
wood on TV: There seems to be a i
big difference of opinion at MUM
about the low- rating, aqd even
the reason for the existence, of the
MOM Parade en television.
Many studio executives all over
Hollywood are asking, -Why make
our TV shows too good? They'll i
just keep petyle out of theaters."!
. On or these executives is Sam,
v 2imbali*t el MOM. it's his theory;
that HorlyWood sheuM stick te good
pictures and'mike "ne effert te|
help television."
By its low rating it is obvious!
tk)St the MOM Parade Ua't heepsngl
TV. But George Murphy, who hosts)
the show, disagrees with me that;
the program is overselling MOM
pictures. He writes:
"The ballyhoe of the new pic-
tures takes up only about 15 per,
cent of our show time. I think the;
most indicative thing about the
MGM Parade lies in the fact that,
we started out very modestly to
feel our way into TV and navel
consistently picked up viewers dnr-|
ing the short spaee of time that
we have been on the air.
"We never intended te see the
world on fire, but I do think that
we have produced most accept-
able program under the circum-
stances."
The MGM Parade's weekly
collection of re-edited old film, a
newly shot star interview and a
preview scene from a forth-coming
movie is aid to cost (40,000
That tay be "starting out very
modestly" in a major studio but
as Doc Merman, a telefilm produc-
tion manager for an independent
company says:
"Give me 140,000 a week and
I'U make an epic every week."
That seems to be the big" differ-
ence between major studios mak-
ing telefilms and independent
telefilm production.
As Sam Zimbalist says, maybe
the big studios should just stick to
good pictures.
Hear It Now: "The Chewy Shew"
completely ignored Tennessee Er-
nie Ford's last name for you know
what reason Pinky Lee's seri-
ous about doing a one-shot hour
dramatic show. He'd-probably be
great, too Now it can be
told: Just before he sold RKO. a
major network offered Howard
Hughes $1.000,000 for a one-time
shewing of the unreleaaad John
Wayne movie, "The Conqueror '
Hughes said "No." *Sii+ line
about a movie script In the Climax
show starring Jack Carson IS a
phony Hollywood agent:
"I wouldn't recommend 10 pages
of it to plug up a hole in a broken
window.'
. Zsa Zsa Gabor played a murder-
ess in "Man of Taste" on Climax.
But she really wasn't too villainous,
Miss Double Z insisted, because:
"I only killed my husband, dan-
ling."
TV ameras missed one of the
year's big-game gridiron spec-
taclesthe cadets of Army invad-
ing the field after defeating Navy
because of an overlong cigar
commercial..
A quick switch te the commer-
cial announcer on radie isn't too
ehieetlenable. But after you've sat
and watched e TV football gamo
for two hours the whooping It up
en the field when the final gun
goes eft is as important visually
as the game.
One man's opinion: Judy Canev
proved that she could have a suc-
cessful cereer as e dramatic oc-
trees, sens mugging or yedeltng,
en NBC's "Matinee." She has a
uality that reminds you of Shirley
McGuirre Sister
Suffers Broken Jaw
In Playful Scuffle
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)The
McGuire sisters trio will appear
on the Arthur Godfrey show as a
duet for the next few weeks
while one of the singers recovera
from -a broken jaw suffered in a
"playful souffle" with her hus-
band, it was announced today.
After the Saturday night mis-
hap was disclosed, reports circu-
lated that the sisters would be off
the show while Phyllis McGuire
recovered from her injury.
But the Columbia Broadcasting
System announced today that
Dorothy and Christine McGuire
would continue to perform on the
Godfrey shows as a duet.
Phyllis suffered the jaw frac-
ture in what was described as a
rough-house game with her hus-
band, television announcer Neal
Van Ells, and their French poo-
dle. Tinker. ,
New York Hospital officials said
Miss McGpire's teeth were wired
and it was doubtful she would do
much singing for a while.
Consultant Urges
Chile To Quick
Wage, Price Freeze
SANTIAGO. Chile, Dec. 20 (UP)
A U.S. business consultant has
advised the government to press
for speedy action on its proposed
wage and price freeze if it hopes
to check the ominous inflation in
Chile, It was reported today.
Julius Klein, of the firm of Klein
and Saks, said before he left for
| Washington last night that pay
I ment of the annual raises schedul-
ed next month would be "certain
to aggravate the inflation."
The government's eeo n e ra I e-
freeze bill is pending in Congress,
but reluctant legislators, have bare-
ly begun work on it. To be fully
effective, it must be enated by
Jsn. 1.
Inflation in this country recent-
ly has been intensified by a wave
of strikes, including the one that
has tied up three big US.-owned
copper mines the Ana c o n d a
Company's Potrerillo and Chuqui-
camata pits and the Kennecott
Company's El Teniente diggings.
The government has threatened
to draft the copper strikers unless
they return to work by Wednesday.
Employes of the Santiago brench
of the First National City Bank
of New York struck yesterday to
enforce demands for a bigger
Christmas bonus.
Barely Essential
ALLEGAN, Mich. -(UP) El-
don Philley and Lawrence Morgan
carefully checked off a list of
things they needed for their duck
hunting tripammunition, boats,
boots, a thermos of coffee, license
and binoculars.
When they arrived at their fa-
vorite hunting spotdeep in the
center of s big marsh an hour
later, Morgan realized what it was
he who had kept thinking he had
forgotten-bis gun.
GlRARO PERREOAUX
(NEA Telephoto)
BLAZE KILLS FOUR Firemen remove the body of Mrs. Mae
Mdrrison from her home at Hopklnton, Mass., after the building
was destroyed by fire. Three others members o her family also
perished in the blaze.
ElECTROLUX KEROSENE REFRIGERATOR
The most practical and appropriate Xmas Gilt
six different sizes
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(Home of Quality Merchandise)
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OPEN TILL 9 P.M. UNTIL XMAS
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PANAMA COLOW
Nelson Rockefeller
Resigns As Ike's
Personal Assistant
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Dec. 90 -
(UP) -Nelson A. Rockefeller re-
signed today aa President Eisen-
hower's personal assistant on cold
war psychological strategy. He re-
ceived from the President "my
warm thanks for your devoted
service."
Rockefeller resigned for what
he called "compelling personal
responsibilities." He had discuss-
ed his resignation wiih President
Eisenhower as early as last
summer.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said Rockefell-
er felt compelled to turn his at-
tention to Rockefeller family af-
fairs which he had had to neglect
aince first joining the Eisenhower
administration as undersecretary
of Health, Education and Wel-
fare.
The resignation is effective Dec.
31.
Radio MOSCOW Hays \ Sof* Landing
Proposed NATO
Reorganization
. ijfatf efr?'
LONDON, Dec 30 (UP)Radio
Moscow said today that the pro-
posed N.A.T.O. reorganization
would "lead to increased U.S. in-
terference in the internal affairs
of its allies."
The new North Atlantic Treaty
Organization plan would deprive
the west European nations of "the
right to handle their air forces in-
dependently aai until now," the
broadcast said.
Commenting on the recent NA-
TO council meeting in Parts, Ra-
dio Moscow said "this right will
now be transferred to American
generals ... who will be able to
transfer" fighter units of their part-
ners "from one part of Europe to
another."
The broadcast quoted tht Rus-
sian publication Krasnaya Zvezda
as saying that the Inclusion of
West Germany in N.A.T.O. gave
"still greater scope to the bloc's
military preparation."
The N.A.T.O. council last week
decided to reorganize western
Europe's anti-aircraft defen s e s,
with the United States playing an
important role.
LONDONDERRY, Vt. (UP)
When W. H. Hemenway's auto-
mobile ran off the road and over-
turned, he escaped injury and four
dozen eggs on the back seat were
unbroken.
SITTING FOR SANTA
CEDAR SPRINGS, Mich(UP)
The local Chamber of Com-
merce provided free babysitting
service for parents while they did
their Christmas shopping.
Adult baby sitters were on duty;
each Friday night at a local
church until Dec. 17, after which
the service was offered nightly
until Christmas.
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MY FRIENDS^
There will be an Interruption of electric current
on Wednesday, Deo. 21 between the hours of 5:30
a.m. and 8:30 a.m. in the following sections:
Tht area bounded by the Barraza Fill, 4th of
July Avenue, "H" Street, and 17th West Street.
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constantly working to improve your service.
So thart you are not greatly inconvenienced,
necessary interrrotions will be held to a minimum.
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one f/ciref one plane all fnt way/
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1'55
Cyclone of laughs stirred by DAVID NI.VEN and
YVONNE DE CARLO comedy...
"TONIGHTS THE NIGHT
Release tomorrow at the "LUX" Theatre!
The color, the charm ani the quaint beauty of a cen-
tury old Irish village, used as a backgroundI for all> W0"'-
ously-funny ibsnedy. are captured in Allied Artista iu-
NIGT'S THE NIGHT." t. '
ftarring David Niven, Yvonne De CarWi aMWarry Fltx-
geraTd, the film in Technicolor. J f
given'* role I that of an Engllsh-born.*Hshman .who
fall heir to a great house. Tllate and vast acreage in the
south of Ireland but proves very unpopular when he got
there to take over his inheritance. Advt.
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PHOTO DISPLAY Panama City photographer Werner Wolf
stands before one of the displays ef his one-man photograph
exhibition In the library of the Panama University, with Uni-
versity rector Dr. Jaime de la Guardia and Prof. Diego Domn-
guez (extreme right). Standing at the extremo left Is Mrs.
Werner Wolf. The photos are. on display daily between 14
ami noop and 4 and 7 p-m. ________
tain
-AmhaiSador Uo Ljreat frilal
Jtna 11 \rs. -Jtrias (Lniertain ~J4t
In the aftemoon-hours. while
you are being helped with
the selection of their Xmas
Toy, we will treat your Wda,.
as a 'delighted surprise; to
watch at close rang ""?[.
than 200 beautiful native
bird?.

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VT9
The Ambassador o Panama to Great Britain, and Mr*.
Roberto Arias entertained last night t a small informal party
given in honor of Mr. Clifford Carver who is visiting here from
New England.
The affair was given In Bella Vista, at the home of Mrs.
Cecilia Remon which Dr. and Mrs. Arias are occupying tem-
porarily.
After spending some time in New York and making a re-
cent trip to South America, Dr. Arias returned to Panama
early this week. Mrs. Arias, who In private life Is Miss Margot
Fonteyn, prima ballerina with the Sadler's Wells Company,
flew from New York to Join him here for the holidays.
- It is her first visit to the Isthmus.
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Ttac Desired /""ft An Efi*sh
Mrs. Remon Will Make
Brief Trip Home
Mr. Cecilia Pinel Remon, now
serving as the Counselor of the
^ Panamanian Embassy 4n London,
t! will-make a brief visit home, ar-
#| riving in the capital city before
Z I the end of the year.
navd Fairrhild
.me For Holidays
D.ivid FairchiW, a student at
Phillips Exeter Academy, is at
home to spend |he Christmas ho-
lidays with his parents. Dr. and
Mrs. Graham B. Falrcbild of the
PaitUla Area.
Winns Off Far Home
Mrs. Welton W. Wtan left Mon-
day with her daughter Judy for
their home in Los Angeles after
ii t
a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis of Brazos Heights.
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For appointment
' Balboa t-ti
For U.S. personnel
and their families only.
Misa Ely Visiting
Parents In Balboa
Miss Barbara Ann Ely Is ex-
pected to arrive tomorrow for a
week's visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney B. Ely of Bal-
boa.
Miss Ely, who was graduated
from Bates College, Maine last
year, is- now employed with the
U. S. Embassy in Bogota, Colom
bia.
Herb Lewis, Jr.,
Here For Christmas
Salvation Army Has
Gift Plan By Proxy
OKLAHOMA CITY (UP) -
One ef the world's oldest welfare
organization* is giving its fund-
raising efforts a new twist here
this* Christmas season.
For the first time, the Salvation
Army is conducting a program of
gifts by proxy. The proxy idea
has been used by some other agen-
cie, but usually it has taken the
form of accepting donations to
charities in lieu of funeral flowers.
Lt, Col. Wesley W. Bouterse, of-
ficer in charge of the local Salva-
tion Army office, said an unex-
Ceted donor brought the idea I*
m .last year.
"I've got to buy Christmas gifts
for several relatives and business
friends who don't really .need the
1 vii) "cm ui gifts." said the donor. "I feel like
the Fern Boom of the Tivpli Ho- I'm buying something Just to keep
tel last Wednesday mornign. up with the neighbors.
Mrs. Peggy Parker, acting pres- "How about my writing you a
ident during the absence of Mrs.]check so you can give it to some
Vsda Pence, wlecomed members kids who need it?
and guests, many of whom camel The Salvation Army official
from the States and Mrs. Claudia 1 praised the idea. In return for a
*- shwable check, he wrote each per-
son on the^ealler's gift list a let-
ter. It explained this was their
Christmas gift from Mr.
Bella Vista were hosts for a birth
dsy party in honor of their son,
Juan, at the Union Club swim-
ming pool on Saturday.
Balboa Women's Clsw
aids Christmas Party
Brunch- and a musical program
wre enjoyed by 50 members and
guest of the Balboa Women's Club
at their Christmss party held in
Iglesias, from the San Bias Is-
lands. ,
The buffet table was artistical-
ly decorated "with a small lighted
Christmas tree and snow men.
Mes. Patsey Ryan, past president,
presided at the punch bowl and
Mrs. Patsy Ryan, past president,
service.
Mrs. Ruth Bathmann, program
chairmtn, presented Mrs. Marjo-
rie Hodgson, Mrs. Martha Hamil-
ton and Mrs. Arrie Holgerson,
Who sang the old English carol,
'Twelve Days of Christmas."
Mrs. Audrey Kincald played
several piano selections and also
accompanied the members and
guests in signing Christmas ca-
rols. The J. C. Trio, composed of
Mary Rose, Mildred Demereau
and Ann Livingston entertained
the group with several delightful
songs.
A gift and canned goods for a
Christmas basket were brought by
the members for the students and
their families of the Salvation Ar-
my School for the Blind. M e m-
bers are invited to attend the par-
ty, at the school for the Bond
which will be held timorrow at
1:30 p.m. Please call Mrs/Ruth
Jenkins 2-1392 to make- arrange-
ments for transportation.
The following women attended
the brunch:
Mesdames Edith Brown, Ruth
Bathmann, Helen Children, Kay
Daniels, Helen Adler, Marge Cof-
fey, -Audrey KUncaid, Louise Mej-
chant. Leona Saarinen, Peggy.
Parker, Helen Wentworth, Evelyn
Harrington, Edna Howrth, Patsy
Rysn, Mary Woriey, Ruth Jenkins,
Lois Vsn Horn, Florence Klipper,
Margaret Johnston, IssbeUe An-
gelili, Marjorie Hodgson, Mar*a
Hamilton, Aizie Holgerson, Grat-
tice Often, Pennie Foscue, Doro-
that via the Salvation Army a
family would receive food, clothing
and toys furnished by his contribu-
tion.
Bouterse planned a full-scale
campaign this year. Similar let-
ters will be sent, and he hopes the
idea will grow in future years.
He believes the new gift media
will not only boost the Sslvaon
Army's Christmas fund, but will
help solve a shopping problem for
many jives, and perhaps give
them a warm feeling inside at
Christmas. .
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Nuclear Reactor
Efficient Extractor
OMAHA (UP) A Nebraska
manufacturer,. Walter E. Behlen,
an exnert on fuel energy, estimates
that the nuclear reactor is the
most efficient user of fuel, by
many million times, ever to be
used in industry.
H. H. thy Allen, Margaret Iglesias, Do-
rothy Schnell, Celeste Powell, Ann
ere rgr i,risim nomaus uau _"-~V7
Herbert H. Lewis. Jr., is home on last Wednesday at the Commu-
from Miami University for a ho- nity Building; Mrs. Naomi rran-
liday visit with his
Brazos Heights.
parents
Birthday Celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bishop of
Diablo Heights entertained a
group of little girls on Saturday
for the birthday of their.daugh
at gioni,~Mra. Lorraine Zent and
Mrs. Ruth Kongabl were co-host-
esses.
Members present were
s the
a Mesdames, Elisabeth Benson, An-
nabeile Leap, Jammie Jamesson,
Betty Bright, Gloria Brown, Bar-
Holcrof't, Connie Reichart, Marie
Sluts iuchcucu a inuvic. fioicruic, wwu mw*w-.^ rt
riding the luncheon were Su- Wentxcl, Chichi Kirk, liana Diaz
Kenealy, Georgette Sosa, Jo- Grandos, Heatriz Mills, D i a n 1
uicii uauyii- Deny di'i ** ~_,-----------Jt Hi.
ter, Edith Louise. After the bar a Mahool. Ana Bates, Cecilia
luncheon, the little hostess and Metcsf, Marie Locke, Mai ^Britt
her guests atteneded a movie.
At
san .
sephine Mable Eberenz, Sheila
Murphy, Nancy Clarke, Wendy
Gerard, Mr. and Mrs.'Leslie B.
Clark-, Mr. and Mrs.- R. K. Mor-
ris, Mrs. Robert McAllister, and
Miss Liz Morris.
Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of
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PANAMEO
Central Ave. Ne-78
Just received for
Christmas...
large assortment of. materials for curtains
CRETON DAMASK
MARQUISETTE, plain and printed .............S x 1.00
Plastic materials... last styles'..................3 x 1.00
BEDSPREADS In cotton arid silk
DACRON in different designs
EL BAZAR PANAMEO
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been appointed Distributors for
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We are efdpped (or Service as wel as Saks
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Tela. 1-23 2-ja 2-2142
OPKN TUL I rM. UNTIL XMAS
Poplin, Agnes Hearon, Maja Nor-
deng and Ruth Bourgeois. .-\
Mrs. Liaie Gorham, Mrs. Jot
Hufhes, Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. LJHsag-
stonT Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. E,, B.
Stevens, Mrs. Trail, Mrs. HeJia-
way. Mrs. Samuell Rowley, Mrs.
fpperson, Mr. Schraeder, -Mrs.
ngus, Mrs. Anderson, M r s.
Mann, Miss Mary Rose, Miss Ann
Livingston and Miss Demereau.
Comida Woman's Crab
Holds Card Party ;
The card group of the Curund
Woman's Club held a card party
burned much more completely, al-
though there still r e m a i n s a
tremendous waste. Industry has
learned to burn about one-tenth of
one per cent of uranium ore, which
is one part.in one thousand. This
is about three million times more
complete burnup than in the case
of cos.
Add Cool Beauty To Meal
With White Christmas Pie
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From SU Cloud, Fls Mrs. Frtnl
V. Stutsman sends us her, recipe
for White Christmas pie, which
represents to her happy memories
of white snowfalls in her girlhood
northern home.
White Christmas Pie
Editor
One envelope (1 tablespoon) gel-
atin, K cup cold water, 2 table-
spoons sugar, 3 tablespoons flour,
H teaspoon salt, iv4 cups milk,
^1 J _ij ** CUP mixed chopped candied
It's .fantastic, but true, Benlen fnXa, confectioners' sugar, 2 egg
said, that out of 11,332,000,000 kilo- whites, teasooon cream of tat-
watt-hours of energy In a pound of
coal, man has learned to extract
only about one kilowatt hour. This
whites, teaspoon cream of tat
tar, V* cup sugar, 34'teaspoon
vanilla, teaspoon almond ex-
tract, Vj cup whipping cream, 1
wuy aooui ope luwwau umii. iuu tract, Vi cup whipping cream, 1
is due to insbluty completely to btked o,mch Coconut Pastry Shell
burn the. coal. regular pastry shell, colored
sugar, tender-thin flaked coconut.
Howeeer, uranium may be sprinkle gelatin on cold water to
soften. Combine in saucepan i
tablespoons sugar, the flour, and
salt Gradually stir in milk. Cook
over low heatt stirring constantly,
until mixture comes to a boil. Boil
1 minute; then remove from heat/
Stir in softened gelatin. Let coot
until partially set. Meanwhile, roll
fruit in confectioners' sugar to coat
thoroughly. Beat egg whites with
cream of tartar until foamy; then
gradually add >A cup sugar, beat-
ing until stiff peaks are formed.
When gelatin mixture is partially
set, beat with egg beater until
smooth. Blend in vanilla and al-
mond extract. Whip cream until
thick and fold into mixture. Fold
in beaten egg whites and fruit.
Pour into pie shell and chill about
2 hours. Just before seving, gar-
nish with colored sugar and coco-
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UGHTER...HIGHER...FINER CAKES
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Bright, Grace Colbert Ruth Kon-
gable, Lorraine Zent. Luol e Tay-
lor, Thelraa Valentine, Esther
Sauser, and Naomi Grangioak
Vunchee* Hold,
The Cunmdu Woman's C1 u b-
held a luncheon recent ft the
O.K. Amigo resteurant. There
were exchange of gifts and the
members present enjoyed the de-
licious foods served.
Members attending the lueheon
were the mesdames, Lffllan StBl-
man, Annapee Leap, Be a t r i *
Mills Liana Das Granados, Ceci-
lia Metcaf, Jammie Jamesson,
Ex^nS^tS'a^iuS
Kongable, Irma A. <&**. *
HoteSf?/ Krir^nt. Thelm.
l^s^'sK^vilmrK
eTTucme^ylonnd Margad
Johnston. _____
fCemttoned on Pago
Christmas Gifts
For North Pole!
OKLAHOMA CITY (UP1. -
t youngsters look for their
istmos gtns to come from Os
tb Pole, bat 120 Camp Fue
Girls are reversing the natter.
The girts, foUowJBg an Mea of
Ijlrs. Calvin Jones, are sending
Christmss packages to Eskimo
Sudren m s^Sool at Teller
Mlsekm. Alaska.
Mrs. Joaes learned of children's
needs through her sister. Mrs.
Karl Basheiler, who h in charge of
education at Teller Mission. When
Mrs. Jones left here to teach in
Prance, -the girls decided to com-
plete the project.
The Eskimo children inetnde IS
boys and 11 girls. Tboy range a
age from six to 14 years. Each
girl will get a doll and the boys
top car.
AUTOMATIC
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Birth Auouccment 1 Music for dancing will be far-
Mr. and Mr*. Edward P. Sua-nished by Lucho Ascarraga and
rez of Curundu have announced bis orchestra. t
the birth of.thair fifth child, first! Eric the Great (magician) will
daughter, at Gorges Hospital on i provide the floor show.
be Dtaner will be served In the q,^ christmasy names.
; evening at the Bella Vista Room. The children's grapevine has it'
Supplying the music for dancing
Ro- will b Clarence Martin and his
orchestra.
s.c
Saturday. The little girl will
named Rose Marie.
Christmasy-Named Towns Pile
On Extra Helpers For Santa
WASHINGTON (UP) San-
ta i. busiest helper is the post
office, especial ly in towns
swamped with mail because of
Mrs. Suaree is the former
alta Joudrey of Colon.
Bract Sanders III
Her Par HeMdsys
Airman 2-C Bruce G.
Ill son of Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
Sanders, Jr., of Margarita, srrlv--
ed home late Saturday.
Ft. .Gulick Officers Wives'
Club Holds Ckrlstmss Lunch
The December meeting of the
j. Fort Gulick Officers Wives' Club
r* was held last Thursday, at the
Muetn' Club.
A Christmas .luncheon preceded
the legolar order of business. The! ~*>ns.""HL?^: ","2!
Brute has just finished a course tables were .beautifully decorated. PJ*** SSUSsJXiS^
at Lowry Air Force Base id Den-in traditional Christmas moti
that Santa has homes ia at least
four towns North Pole, N. Y.,
Santa Claus, Ind., Christmas Cove,
Me., and Christmas, Fla. And the
annual'deluge of mail means spe-
cial preparation for postal author-
ities, said Rhoe Walter, of the
U.S. Post Office Department.
'Postmasters are authorized to
add temporary helpers to meet
their demands," he said. "The
rush begins about Dec. 10. reaches
" Dec. 21. and st '
Christmas Eve.
This is
on
standard
ver, Colorado and" w i 11 be on with individual places marked by _, .
UMnfow, before g^jtatajatars red cart* ^|R^BSbb*Wi
edure all
SIDE GLANCES
By Cobroirh
mentioned in a Riplty "Believe
It or Not" columrf in the late'
1920's. The publicity brought let-!
ters from children all over the
country who wanted to know if|
there wss a Santa Claus. The post-
master, James P. Marta, an-
swered all the letteas. reassuring
the children there would always
be a Santa Claus.
In successive years the chil-
dren's letters grew beyond the
tmaster's capacity to answer.
en the American Legion Post,
appropriately named after the
town, stepped in. For over 25 years
the group has seen that no child's
letter addressed to Santa Claus,
Ind., goes unanswered. Recently
other organizations joined this
project.
A commemorative stamp bonord
post
Thei
on overseas duty in Okinawa
"tScheon musk was played by'- is another story
an ensemble from the 60th Army *ort!
Band.
Tana Griaaisea Will
Vie* Faaaily ~ .
lorn Urimiaoa. a junior at the With the conclusion of iunea,
Pennsylvania Sate University, U- Mrs. Antonio Sola sang a aelec-
niversity Park, fa., a expected Uoa of songs in the Christmas
to arrive on Thursday, to spend mood, after which the entire
the Cnristraas 'holidays wii his!membership joined in a group
nts, Mr. anil Mrs Rex E. sing of favonie Christmas carols.
parent
neck of Balboa.
Tne regular meeting was call-
ed to oraer by Mrs. harry J. Mc-
Ginneas Jr. president. Two new
members Mrs. J. N. Collazo
home of
Santa's workshop," has special
permission to handle mail in ad-
vance of Christmas. By October.
21 tons of mail were already
bagged and ready to go.
"This did not include the rush
of letters to be forwarded, or much
of the children's mail due to ar-
rive for Santa," said Howard G.
Fortune, executive vice president
of Santa's Workshop. Inc.. a vil-
-mri I lage playground for children.
"We'll have from 18 to 25 extra
Farewell Dinner Honores
Debarring Ambassador
As a "despedida" for Cub in Mrs. J. P. Hulka were welcomed
Ambassador to Panama. Dr. Ga-into the club. Mrs. J, E. Smith; P"m,e
briel Suarez Solar, wno is leaving'introduced her two guests. Mrs.;"-
soon, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael ^gu^jg*** ^ Jff|gfti
proposed to the Post Office De-
psrtment, said the office of Rep.
Winfield K. Dentn (Dill.). But
the department said such a stamp
would be "economically unsound. '
And In Florida
Another ot Santa's "homes" Is
Christmas Cove, Me. It was dis
covered by Capt. John Smith on
Christmas Day, 1614. The small
village, incorporated in the town
of South Bristol, is mostly a sum
mer" resort and doesn't have an
excessive rush of seasonal mail.
'However, in a Florda village of
for the real rush.'; he 250 inhabiUtaU, Postmistress Ju-



SV
GlRARD PERRE6AUX
'Remember how wt waited for the day he'd Itarn
walk? Now how ara we going to atop him?"
to
quez gave a dinnei
oence in Bella Vista.
obably five additional
The station has two
with
anita S. Tucker manages the mail
alone for 10 months a year. Then
in the remaining two, the tiny one-
bush, chairman for the children'3
Christmas party reported the
three more on call for emergency. I r^n, pst office'at Christmas. Fla.,
The a
Post Theatre
cartoons will
parad.'
for a show-
follow. Re
The A. C. Medhigers
Arrive ior A Visit m- at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Medinger of T'vslof^Sants.
Caracas, Venezuela have arrived f lni-
hera fos a holiday season vaca-.'1
tion of three weess. T
staying at 6384 Los Rios
telephone number, Balboa _. -^ R p ^ ^^ .
The Medhigers, former ,.,!.,toa ;CaMWight Dance, submitted.
dents of the Isthmus with Many report for Tier and her co-ch.
friends here, lived in New York
ial cancelling cachet has j handles 300,000 letters from all over
if the post '
Sants, his sleigh and
special
sketch of the post office, with the world.
Thirty "will begin at 0 s^SaitaY hi? sleigh "and "eight tiny. A doMn Mtr, po*,! workers
Pararte Ground w i L h;. reindeer. ... ...start processing the mail in mid
A parade *<>* PoI w** fundedK,nu1949! November. Th size of the
"to bring Santa.Claus back to office means round-the-clock
life," Fortune said. The village i ^^^ wlth the regu]ir postmark
e post
shifts.
Sv ''^iKmentsand u wWb. E"** nin,e monIth,! T'^sffi'*33* fc e&KWlT
fjr several years before being
t snsferred to Caracas. Mr. Med-
inger, who was Railroads and Ter-
minis Director of the Panama
Canal Company, ir now with U-i
nitod States Steel.
for his vacation.
men, Mrs. M. A. Fernandez and
Mrs. J. R. Tapia. The dance will
be neid at me Officers Club
Dec. 23 starting at 8 p.m. There
will be continuas dancing with a
buffet at midnight. Reservstkms
Thev are"here raust m,tle Dy noon tomorrow.
The oance is formal and a limit-
ed to members and their h u s
Miller
A percentage of the money spend
orth Pole is used to provide
toys for orphans and underpriv-
ileged children in 13 states, two
Canadian provinces and the Dis-
trict of Columbia. Last year a
I'reindeer" plane carried Santa to
199 orphanages where he delivered
19,725 toys, Fortune said.
In the Midwest, mail pouring
into Santo Claus, Ind.. is nine
times heavier at Christmas, the
" i post office said. Nearly 4,000,000
DancU- .. ^.. j .. .- I pieces' of mail are handled each
Mrs. L. M. Glodell, Christmas ~ ^ towni foundd Christ-
Good Cheer chairman made *!mas Eve 1852, has, a population
Mr.'I-1 who committee. Co-chairman 3* Mrs. However, toe town
Colonel And Mrs.
F la His Pareats
. &Wi&ft< fSBf- whoim^.^o.PchaCh..
mas tree. Printed above the tree
is "Glory to God in the Highest."
Mrs. Tucker said she receives
letters from "hundreds of persons
every year drawn by the
town's magic name." And toe
postmistress is trying to answer
them all as Christmas draws near
in Christmas, Fla.
It'll Be White;
No Matter What
Airplane Santa
To Visit Town
PHILADELPHIA (UP)
Americans are guarsntced
FLASH! FLASH!
By Airmail just received
a shipment of
ZENITH RADIOS
Hi-Fi Record Players
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i- 'I SUNDAY 25th -i
iCENTRALl
.MatCt f*OM PARIS, m4M. I
CALUMET, Okls. (UP) -
Santa Claus will arrive in an air
- plane to distribute goodies and
a presents to children at the 10th
white Christmas this year by the!annual pageant and festival of
aerosol industry, with at least the Calumet Csthlic Church
5,000,000 pounds of ''snow" certain! Monsignor Don Kanary will serve'^
to fell. as over-all chairman for the event,'"
. i. ,,v ^.m, ,!w,hicn *'" begin with Santa cir- I
The snow wdl be of the artificial cling the pageant area in the 4 K
variety used for Yuletide decora- plane.
tion. Researchers of Crown Cork, The pageant will be staged at a
A Seal Co., producer of pressure the intersection of the two mian,
containers, said more than 10,-; streets of this central Oklahoma
090,000 cans for the product were city. It will feature a children's!
Jea*C^'l
-*4
made for this holiday season. Each
contains about half a pound of the
artificial snow.
processional, lighting of a Christ-
mas tree, presentation of the col-
ors by local veterans groups and
a nativity scene.
ed of the Mesdames E. L. Do-;
went uano-
unusual name was
dor gave a -oeWail^a^'at,hit>*i,-L.. .W. Dull. H. R Garsa,
Ruthe. and J. M.
Miller arrived recently from
couver, Washington to visit McGinness, H.
son and daughter-in-law un-Trmldad. .n...-..
Dec 27 n pecially happy 'Christmas
is being planned for the old peo-'
pie in the home at Puerto Pllon.!
It is the hope of the Club to pro-
vide assistance to the Home!
throughout the year as needs a-i
rise. *
Mrs. McGinncss spoke of the
til
Sundav afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Miller attended the baptism of
Artificial Heart Valve
Saved Man's Life
their newest granddaughter. Mary
Virginia Millar, at St. Luke's E-
piaeopal Cathedral. Bishop R. He-
be r Gooden and -Den M. Rich
ard McDonald officiated. The god-need for funds by the Brownies
parents Colonei and Mrs. W. R.,and the newly formed Cub Pack
Seymour gave a Injall reception at Fort Gulick, also of
following toe ctremony- '.quirement for a specific
ment of sponsorship for
the
endorse
the is
Mr. BIB Baughman
Ta VIsH His Parents
Mr. Bill Baughman will arrive
on Friday, from Barranquilla, Co-
lombia to spend Christmas with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs E. K.
Morris of "Bella Vista.
Birthday Loaches
In celebration of ii.'i hus-
band, Augusto Jacobs, Baron of
suancc of the Cub charter. Upon, .,h
the motion made by Mrs. T. S."
BOSTON -MVP) Twenty-seven-
year-old Leo Caffrey Jr. of Paw-
1 tucket, R. I., scarcely would be
!the ideal working companion in a
post office. L
i Vila-ticks. Just like s clofck-qr
, a time bomb, if you'ra toe imagi-
, native type. ,
Caffrey, a former caterer, is
pretty proud of his ticking. He is
one of the few men In the world
men ii
heert
a plastic heart valve. The
Hufnacle valve, inserted into the
Dubt, seconded by Mrs. W E. ^ ^ his hetrti accounts for the
Hilbush the members voted
make $100, equally divided,
vailable immediately to t
t0|ticktag. It also accounts for his
.'being slive today. ,
h*\ A year ago, Caffrey was giran
Brownies and Cubs and for Mrs. ,w0 veirs to ijve He had had
McGinness to commit herself torjieuJltic feVer ss a child, and
the club or the club itself as Cub, jUy underwent a rare operation
sponsor, whichever meets the re-|to replace his leaking aortic valve,
quirement of The Boy S c 0 u t He wrM one of the first persons in
Council. 'the world to receive the vslve. par-
Mrs. J. E. Lopex snd Mrs. A. | iected Dy rjr. Chsrles Hufnagle of
Jacobs, Baroness of Kanstcln
their residence on Sunday.
and 1
Kanstein's 92nd birthday, a lunch- W. StoU were asked to inveati-j ^rgetown University. ,
eon was given by Jilda Arfla de gate the possiblities to the setUng! j^ operation was performed at
at up of Bingoes st the Officers -New England Deacpntu HospiUl
At the drawing for the door Today Caffrey, married and the
prise, the lovely crystal pune h, #ther of two children, Leo A., 3rd,
bowl with cups was won by Mrs. 4V4 ,nd ijnda. 3. is able to do
E. If. Hess Jr. li-jJt chores around the house and
- __ I____L. .* t.trtv-V
Hotel El raaasaa
Aaaaaarr Plaas
For Christaiss With
On Christmas day at noon, the ciation
regular Sunday brunch will be Barrera. Mrs. D.
servad ia the Balboa Room of Ho-1 Mrs. C. F. Vega
a special note of sppre-
to the hostesses. Mrs. L.
R. Wond and
for a most en-
is even back at work.
DOGGY CHRISTMAS
tel El Panama. Brunch will be a- joyable afternoon,
vailable until 3:00 p.m. was adjourned.
OJV STAGE AT YOUR
SERVICE CISTER THEATERS
the meeting BOSTON (UP) During a
12-month period, no fewer than
152 Boston letter earners were
bitten by dogs. Carriers report
that the Christmas season is the
most dangerous time of year.

DIABLO HTS. Tuesday, dec. 20th
"PILAR" 8.00 PM ONLY
CLASSICAL SPANISH DANCER!
- Also:
"FIRST LOVE OF CARUSO"
OPERA MUSIC IN ITALIAN
6:15 8:30
NO INCREASE IN ADMISSION PRICE
BOA THURSDAY, DEC. 22nd
AL80A HIGH SCHOOL
BAND AND CHORUM
SCREEN BROADCAST WITH
PICTURES OF THE CANAL ZONE
8:00 P. M. ONLY!
JUPITER'S DARLfiNG"
6:15 8:35
SANTA SAYS:
Come in to SEARS' Stores
in Panama and Colon and
you will be delighted with
the merchandise they have
in stock.
All can be purchased, on Sear
Ea$y Payment Plan
Luggage
ladies and" men
Watches
Hosiery (ladies)
Parker Pens
Sheaf fer Pens
Paper in ate Pens
Toys
* Electric appliances
Tape Recorders
Radios and Phonographs. and many other items
Kitchen Utilities
SEARS
SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A.
PANAMATivoli Avt-----Phono Pannma 2-0931
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BALBOA 6:15 7:50
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Burma d
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"PILAR"
CUssifieal Spanish Dancer
> Also: -
"First Lov of Caruso"
Opera Music ta Italian
:1S t:M
GAMBOA 7:M
"DRAGNET"
wa. CAsrftow show:
GATUN
"FOXP1RE
Th.r^ THE OTlir
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WOMANJ
MARGARITA :15 1:U
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CRISTOBAL :l| 7:5
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DEC. 30th
JMpn COTTSN
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'SPECIAL DEUVERY
IX. -KD OT THE ATP AIR "
LA BOCA 7:
TOC NEVER CAN TELL"
Expert says TONY CURTIS is fine swordsman, in
THE PURPLE MASK"
PRERELEASE AT THE "LUX" THEATRE
NEXT SUNDAY 25th.
SANTA CRUZ
"SANGAREE
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AMP RIERD :1S 7:18
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Acter Teny Cartta spent many weeks of tnteUfe under
the expert eye. ef instructor Ralph Faulkner rehearstnc his
swordpby action for hit starring rate with Colleen Miller
ta Cnlvereal-Internations -THE PURPLE MASK."
"THE PURPLE MASK." filmed ta Technicolor and Cl-
esnaScope, co-stars Gene Barry. Dan O'Herlihy and An-
gela Lansbury.
Faulkner informed studio officials in an unsolicited tes-
timonial that Curtis had developed into one of the finest
yonng swordsmen in Hollywood. Advt.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER.
Tackles
Humberto Robinson Versus
S^ur Cola's Vibert Clarke
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Joe Nachio'g second place Chesterfield Smokers,
nerally regarded as potentially the best Smoker
im in the history of the Pro Loop, gets another
ice to try to stop the unbeaten, league leading
Cola Sodamen at the Olympic Stadium tonight.
jjoker rooters have a big
It in their claims regarding
superiority of the Chester-
' team: All the regulars be-
to Class AA teams or bet-
itcher Billy Queen Is from
do. Class AAA American As-
Jon; first baseman David
irte, Vancouver, Open Clas-
sification Pacific Coast League;
seoond baseman Pablo Bernard,
sfittle. Open classification Pa-
cific Coast League;
/Third baseman Clyde Parrls,
lontreal, Class AAA Interna-
onal League; shortstop Frank
Austin, Portland, Open Classifi-
cation Pacific coast League; left
fieiaer Danny Schell, Omaha,
Class AAA American Associa-
tion; center fielder Billy Stew-
art, Columbus, Class AAA Inter-
national League; and Bobby
Prescott, Dallas, Class AA Texas
League.
The weakest bitter among
that group is Bernard, and Pa-
ble is accepted as a good
clutch hKter. Austin, who Is
not devastating at the plate,
always bita far average and is
currently the league leader
with a .544 batting mark.
Frank had his first homer of
Uta season against the Cart
Vieia Yankee, last Friday.
All the others are power hit*
ters. Each has hit at least one
homer this season Defensively,
the whole team is good. \
Smoker fans laughingly "sym-
fiathizer" with Nachlo, .who
hev say has only one serious
problem. So power packed Is the
lineup, that Joe Is -not sure
which of five of his sluggers
should be hitting in the cleanup
spot.
But up to now the Spurs have
ot held the Smoker super-'
team In awe. Last season's
weak sisters have shown per-
fect coordination and team-
work in picking us their seven
Straight victories;
There has bee an individual
star in every spur Cola win.
Someone has always come
through when it meant winning
a asme. They have found a way
to cop the close ones whether it
meant a timely single or a long
home run.
Today Encanto .25 .75
wahoo: ins.*
Leo'Oenn, in
"Girls ot Pleasure Island"
Charlton Heston. in
"DARK CITY"
Todoy IDEAL- JO. M
Jennifer Jones, In
"RUBY GENTRY
George Reeves, in
"Superman Flaw Again-
Scheduled to pitch tonight
are Chesterfield's Humberto
Robinson of the Milwaukee
Braves and Vibert Clarke,
Washington Senator*.
Robinson and Clarke, who are
Panama's only major league
nurlers, will face each other for
the first time this season.
Th* Sodmen, behind Bob
Trice, beat Humberto 4 to 3 'Dec.
9, In the first game of a double-
header. Clarke won the night-
cap 12 to 0, in the only white-
washing job of the season.
Pacific Softball
League To Hold
Meeting Tomorrow
The Pacific Softball Leagae
will held a mefieig at the
nights of Columbas Club en
Balboa Road at 7:M p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 1, for fl-
nal acceptance of teams to be
represented during the 1956
season.
AH team representatives are
reeuested to bo present and,
if posstMe, to have their fran-
ehlse fee ready for delivery
to the President. f
This wlU be an Important
meeting since franchises will
be closed eut and playing
seheaWJt qB. ,/ f,^
game wlQ be on Monday, Jan-
uary |, MM.
nyt Htonatton desired
Bowman Balboa 3779.
2 Miami Men
Buy Syracuse
Club franchise
SYRACUSE, NY-, Dec 30
(UP>The international League,
which spread to Richmond," Va.,
and Havana, Cuba, his year,
added another .southern link to-
day with the sale of the Syra-
cuse franchise to Miami, PU., in-
terests for "about $100.000"
Marty Haske, owner of the
Syracuse club, offered it to
two Florida businessmen last
night. Sidney Salomon, Miami
Beach and St. Louis insurance
man who had been negotiat-
ing with Haske for about a
month, promptly said he would
buy the franchise ad move it
to Miami.
Salomon said In Miami Beach
that the, rice was "about gioo,-
000." He said Bill. Veeck, former-
ly associated with the Cleveland
Indians and St. Louis Browns,
would be the general manager of
the new club. Salomon, who is
associated with Elliott Stein, an-
other Florida businessman, in
the deal, said he would an-
nounce his plans within a week.
Salomon, a former treasurer
Of the National Democratic
Committee, also was former ex-!
ecutive vice-president fo the St.
Louis Browns and formerly was
associated with the St. Louis
Cardinals.
Be said he didn't anticipate
any trouble In obtaining Inter-
national League approval of
the transfer nor in reaching a
working agreement with the
city of Miami over the use of
the Miami Stadiumtwo con-
ditions on which the salo
hinges.
Frank ShaugLnessy, Interna-
tional League president, la
known to be In favor of switch-
ing the Syracuse franchise to
Miami.
"I definitely think we will be
able to operate a franchise in
Miami next season," Shaughnes-
y said recently in Chicago. "We
weren't able to complete our
plans for that switch *t the mi-
nor league 'meetings, but we
may be able to do It in a few
days."
Dicky Arias Edges Saarinen
To Cop Dunlop Tournament
Sports Briefs
CHICAGO A 28-year-ald
bowling instructor from Detroit
Hw.K?n H'v omen's chain-
plonshlp in the Ail-Star Bowling
Tournament at Chicago.
Young Anita Cantaline won
the title bv the narrowest mar-
gin In the tourney's history.
St more than quarter of a
^fifc?" th Petersen system
. "Ttt irem the runner-
uo, Dbrls Porter of Loa Ane-e.
The two went into the last
frame with the title undecided
Mlas Porter rolled m jn the
nal jame, while Miss Canta-
line scored 304.
On the Petersen system, this
worked out to 144-po7nt-40
point* for Mlas Cantaline ana
H4-polnt-13 points for Miss Por-
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Sets CZ 1500,
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The first competitive WOO me-
ters and one mile swim in sev-
eral years was held at the Bal-
boa Pool on Monday afternoon
with destructive results for the
old c.Z. records for the girl*
and women. Eight girls went the
distance all of them finishing in
very creditable times.
It was young Mary Frances
Tucker, Balboa swimmer, who
upset the apple cart when she
completed the 1900 meter dis-
tance In 34 minutes 44 seconds
to better bv 1< seconds the for
mer mark of 35 minutes set by
Helen Hearn in 1939.
Not content with that Miss
Tucker went on to eclipse the
mile mark by 3 minutes and 36
seconds when she turned in a
record shattering 37 minutes 33
seconds as compared with the
old mark of 30 minutes 49 sec-
onds set by Mary Dryden In
1931. Ida Straus who finished
second to Mary also bettered the
old record.
In the boya' events Bob Con-
(NEA Telephoto)
WATTING FOB NASHUA Trainer "Sunny" Jim Fltzsimmons
tacks up the name plate of the great horse Nashua at Hialeah,
Fla. Nashua has been nominated for the $50,000 McLennan and
the $100,000 Wldener Handicap at Hialeah. by Fiteslmmons.
Seven Browns Make
UP. All-Pro Team
By EARL WRIGHT
United Prese Sparta Writer
NBW YORK .r-: Seven Cleve-
land Browns players with an av-
erage age of 30, won positions
Monday on the two-platoon 1955
United Press National Football
League All-Star team.
The 32-man team was selected
by 30 sports writers who covered
the NFL campaign in the varl-
uos league eltiee. >
The "old pro" Brownies whe
made the mythical offensive
team werer Quarterback Otto
Graham, 34; Center Frank
Gatahl, S3; Tackle Lea Gross,
tl; and Guard Abe Glbren.
Tackle on Colo, 30; end Len
Ford, 39; and Halfback Don
Paul 39, of the Browns made the
defensive platoon.
The Los Angeles Rams, who
will meet- Cleveland In the
championship game Dec. 36. The
Chicago Bears, Baltimore Colts
and San Francisco Forty-Nlners
nlared two men apiece on the
first team. Each of the other
seven teams placed one player
on the team.
Cleveland, whicti' won the
Eastern Division. title for the
sixth straight year, scored more
nolnts <349) and allowed fewer
(218) than anv other team. Tos
Aneles replaced Detroit as the
Wetern Divisin chmn!on.
The Kama nlared Halfback
Ron Waller on the. offensive
team and Halfback RSI Sher-
man on th defensive nlatoon.
The others who made the of-
the Bears; and Halfback* Jack
Christiansen and Bobby Dillon
of Green Bay.
Ameche, an Ail-American last
year at Wisconsin, and Waller of
Maryland were the only rookies
who made the team. Graham.
Groza and Ford mad the first
team for the fifth straight sea-
son.
Graham, Grata, Gatakl, olh-
ron. Hill, Donovan and Sher-
man were the only men whe
won their bertha easily in the
balloting.
The voting was closest for the
offensive halfback positions.
Matson, an all-around star who
drew votes on both offensive ana
defensive and Waller barely
beat out Frejd Morrison of Cleve-
land and Alex Webster of New
York.
The second offensive team;
end Pete Pinos, Philadelphia,
and Kyle Rete. New York; tac-
kles, Mike McCormack, Cleve-
and, and Lou Creekmuir, De-
trolt; guards, Duane Putnam,
Los Angeles, and Stan Jones,
Chicago Bears; Center, Dick
Szymanskl, Baltimore; quarter-
back. Norm Van Brocklin, Los
Angeles; halfbacks, Morrison,
Cleveland and Webster, New
York, fullback, Howie Ferguson,
Green Bay.
nor led the field of 12 swimmers i tensive nit were End Harlnn
home in the 1500 meters with a Hill of the Rears and Blllv Wli-
tlme of 31 minutes 45 seconds I m of an Francisco; tackle Bob
and was clocked for the mile at0*- rl"|r of San Frtnclsro:
23 minutes 3.7 seconds.
Don Connor, former c.Z. and
Washington statf University
swim star was on hand to wit-
ness his brother's record at-
tempt. Don had more than a
passing Interest since the rec-
ords are held by him, having set
them when he was a student at
Balboa High School.
Bob and Don are the sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Connor of
Gamboa. Mary. Frances Tucker
is the daughter of Captain Wil-
liam B. Tucker, US.N. and Mrs.
Tucker of Rodman, c.Z. Captain
Tucker is commanding officer
of the VA. Naval Station at
Rodman.
Results:
1544 meters and mileGirls
Time4:44 and 31:33 raster-
very
(New CZ Records)
1. Mary Frances Tucker
3. Ida Straus
3. Judy Crosby
4. Judy Engelke
1549 meters and talleBeys
Tlaae31.45 and 23:42.7 reeaec-
ttvety
1 Bob Connor
3. George Barbler
3. John Jenkins
4. Bernard Maxwell
nnrd will *sMn of New Yc-V:
*Tlfhsck Oll'e Mataon nf tb
Chicago Cardinals nd Fullback
Aln Ameche of the Baltimore
Colts.
The other defensive positions
were fnied hy End Oene *5rito
of W*>>lnton: T>ck'e Art on-
nya rrnf nalHmor*: Middle Guard
Oal* PodrUl of Pittsburgh: T'n-
hapVer. ch""k Renarik of Phll-
delphU and George Connor of
Carta Vieja To Gel
New Hurler Today
A. Steward, who pitched in
a Clam A loop last summer
will arrive today to bolster the
Carta Vieja Yankees' weak
pitching staff, the CV front
office announced today.
Steward worked for Daytona
Beach, Class D Florida State
League la 1954, where he com-
piled a 13-9 record.
His ERA record for 1955 was
3.23. Mere information on the
hurler will be furnished later.
The President of the Republic
of Panama, Don Ricardo M
Arias E., also one of the fin-
est amateur golfers In Latin
America won the champion-
ship flight of the annual Dun-
lop sponsored golf tournament
ta the Panama Golf Club dur-
lng the past weekend with a
close victory over Al Saarinen.
The President had to go 34
holes to oust Louie Martina in
his semifinal match to reach
the finals against Saarinen,
and continued his fine play In
the finals when he carded an
even par 73 for the 18 heles te
edge Saarinen 3 and 1.
Martlnz and the president
were all even at the end of the
first 18 holes, and were forced
In 18 more holes to determine
the issue. After 12 holes In the
flhai 18, the president led by a
2 up margin. However, Martins
threatened to knot the match
once again when he won 13 and
14 to get even. They halved 1?,
but President Arias won 16 with1
a par and 17 with a birdie to
win 2 and 1.
Against Saarinen, the Presi-
dent had a bogey on the very
first hole. But he then blrdied
holes two, three and four to
jump into a three-up margin.
And not only was he three-up,
but his score card showed him
two under par in the first four
holes.
They halved the fifth hois
and Saarinen won the sixth be-
fore they finished out the nine
in even par figures.
Going Into the back nine with
a two up margin, the president
lost number 10, but won 11. Tney
halved 12 and the President re-
gained his three-up margin wltn
a win on 13. He lost 14 and when
they matched scores over the
remaining holes the President
won 2 and 1. Both blrdied num-
ber 17.
For the day the President
had four birdies and a seere
of 72. Al had s single birdie
end a medal seere of 78.
In the second flight, Col. Don-
ovan, USARCARIB Cha plain
from Fort Amador, scored a sur-
prisingly easy 5 and 4 win over
Dr. Aurelio (Negro) Arias, the
Panama dentist.
TAHDIH
o
Teams-
Spur Cola ..
Chesterfield
Carta Vieja
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Won Lost
a* s> e-e a a a fl
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3
8
GB
7
YESTERDAY'S RESULT: Open Date
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield (Robinson 1-1) vs. Spur Cok
(Clarke 1-0)
Game Time: 7;30
_^
Pro Loop's Pitching
And Batting Leaders
if
PITCHING
PITCHER (TEAM G VP
Trice, Spur Cola............... 4
Tngerson, Spur Cola .........\ 3
Grimsley, Chesterfield ,....... 4
Clarke, Spur Cola .....Ji...... 3
Manaban, Carta Vieja ,....... 4
Robinson, Chesterfield........ 3
25
1
19
13
14
u
w,
4
2
2
1
1
1
However, the
match was not the rout that the
score would Indicate as it
not until midway on the
nine that Col. Donovan
was
last
could
PLAYER* TEAM
Austin, Chesterfield -.........
Porter, Carta Vieja..........
Lopes, Spur Cela .....
Glenn, Spur Cola ........
Queen, Chesterfield ....:.....
Moore, Spur Cola .../.......
Kropf, Carta Vieja...........
Gordon, Spur Cola..........
Prescott, Chesterfield........
Shanta, Carta Vieja..........
Krliman, Spur Cela ..........
Stewart, Chesterfield
BATTING
(39 er mere times at bat)
G AB
< n
8 2*
-7 39
7 37
23
7 81
n
7 29
21
9 39
7 25
22
H
11
9
11
14

19

6
11
7
C
HR
1
f

1
1
6
2
1
1
4
1
2
1.409
1.999
1.449
1.944
.599
JM
^
RBI
,2 .
II
3
7
7
4
2
1
5
3
Pet
JN
.341
314
s
lachados; ggmea of Dec. 18.

Gun
_

!** HtUe with a eom:
RoInM^eKtllrd Uht' Mer*<*
Bangs shot a gross 87 to defeat
pr. Juan Maasott by a thin two-
up margin.
The Dunlop tournament was
an extremely successful tourna-
ment as over eighty golfers vied
rtnn.Vlw ylu'ble Uver prises
^r.dntb?. AenC,t" Doel," OC81
representatives of the famed
^}"Lot the DunJoP 6-" ball
and other rubber products.
Thursday evening at the Pan-
ama Geif Club. Mr. Barrie
JohSon of the Dunlop Robber
Company, England, will pre-
the Mah.ter. Room of the
I IL!\7 pm- AU P**Wpants
in the tournament are invited.
An^l'o1 WlDner Wcluded
fflJh^VraC,MUT&y ln tfte fl"t
r*ht, Jim DesLondes, Bob To-
inX?n ?r-,Ar,M ,n tht wcond
?igLa.nd i-J*- Byd- A**"n
?heMaanfdgSjuan *"*
In addition, the finalista
Knobby Keller
to the shooter at the Balboa
Gun Club's December Tourna-
ment why he had been classi-
fied a "Master" by winning
High Gun with a score o 16W.
Leroy ^ Clements and John F.
Merry of Coco Solo were second
and third with scores of 1*50
1639. It looks like the Navy (Co-
co Solo) have the making of
very tough team to beat in tho
coming service matches.
. In spite of the rain some very
fine scores were made by the
many contestants that partici-
pated as shown by the following
winners:
Match lev 1. 24 sohta time fire
PREFER BOME COOKING
New York (NEA) The New
York Knickerbocker hive two
former Harlem Globetrotters
Sweetwater Clifton and Walter
Dukes.
Established 1893
Highland
Queen
SCOTCH WHISKY
MACOONALO a MUM UMIT1D. WalHIara. l***.
' BUYS NASHUA Kentucky
horseman Leslie Combs n,
shown above at Louisville sev-
eral years ago, bought three-
year-old "Nashua," from the
William Woodward e s t a te
Combs paid *1,251.200 for the
horse in a sealed-bid auction
held ln New York.
MAKf YOUR OWN SNOW
NEW YORK (UP) Soap
makes a safe and clean- "snow"
for the Christmas tree and other
greenery. Mix packaged soap with
a little water, and beat Into a
stiff froth, using either a rotary
beater er an electric mixer. Use
a wooden spoon to apply the froth
-to the branches.
Norbert Keller. High Gun, 195
8. B. Duke, High Sharpshoot-
er, 188.
Victor L. Morgan, High Marks-
man, 177.
Match No. 2, 29 Shots rapid fire
Norbert Keller, High Gun, 196.
Fred E. Wells, High Sharp-
shooter. 183.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 149.
Match No. 3, 39 Shots slow fire
54 yards

demonstrated Match No. Tl, Aggregate ef aB
fired sceree
Norbert Keller, High oA,
1944.
LeRoy A. Clement, 3nd High
Oun, 1650.
John F. Merry, 3rd High Ouny
1839,
Frederick Smith, High Expert
1596.
Fred X. Wells, High Sharp-
shooter, 1616.
. George Manning, 2nd Sharp-
shooter, 1616,
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 1398.
The members of the Balboa
pun Club are going to have a
change of pace 7 or 8 of Jan.
when they are going to Cristo-
bal to challenge Canal Zone po-
lice. Then on Jan. 15, the Balboa
Gun Club will havt another ap-
proved pistol match at Fit-fan.
The match In January will be
similar to the one held IS Oc-
tober.
Fred E. Wells, High Sharp-
shooter, 175.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 173.
Match No. 4, National Match
Course
Fred E. Wells, High Gun, 276.
Harold N. Glasser, High Ex- finfl ^ ^
pert, 273.
S. B. Duke, High Sharpshoot-
er. 261.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 249.
Match Ne. 5, Aggregate ef
Matches 1, 2, 3, and 4
Norbert Keller, High Gun, 846.
John F. Merry, 2nd, 826.
Frederick H. Smith, 3rd, 818.
Leroy A. Clements, High Ex-
pert, 812.
Fred E. wells, High Sharp-
shooter, 811.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 748.
Match No. 6. 24 Shots time fire,
centerfire
Norbert Keller, High Gun, 193.
Lt. Col. G. M. Manning, High
Sharpshooter, 181.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 155.
Match Ne. 7, 39 shots rapid fire,
centerfire
Norbert Keller, High Gun) Tie,
188.
LeRoy A. Clements. High
Gum Tie, 188. _/
Fred E. Wells, High Sharp-
shooter, 176.
Match Ne. 8, 29 Shots alow fire
69 yards
Lt. col. Oeo. Manning, High
Oun, 177.
Fred Wells, High Shsry-
ahooter, 173.
Victor Morgan. High Marks-
man, 149.
Match Ne. 9. NRA Short Course
(aaedlfied)
LeRoy A. Clement, High Gun,
290.
John F. Merry, High Expert,
383.
Fred E. .Well** High Sharp-
shooter, 277.
Victor Morgan, High Marks-
man, 341.
dferpoin,Dulge*-1
he cottar never.
curto O pon > tnf llstCiL,
the gift
that's
SURE to PLEASE!
an
EL PANAMA
Gift Certificte
any amount
to use as the
receiver pleases
in
practically all
of El Panama's"*
SERVICES
and STORES


TI8DAY. llf KlBtR JO, i 1
TBK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER I
PAGE ELEVE
Duquesne Is Confusing Cage ClubIt Even Plays Defense
Hot Rod Is Playing It Straight:
His Shots Tickle Cords Only
By JIMMY KREMLIN
NEA Staff Correspondent
--------O--------
PITTTBURGH (NEA)-Du-
dey Moore and his Duquesnc out-
fit fit into the modern scheme of
basketball in, at best, a bewilder-
jing way.
Here
By BILL ROEDEB
is a perennial national
power going tu tne post wituoui
a starting player standing as
nigii as o-4. m me sanie lime,
the sruool hasn't been able to
make up its muiu wheiuer u wants
WASHINGTON (NEA)-Wlth. 'nl^Te'i S'-JeUS
ft VeaSft a"^ HUnd- titive^ToUege leanTs," Twitch
seems somewhat limited mf u g0 om ^ get it_Dud.
Wt caught Hot fc in on" of qiwsnt uaa tne Best teams avaii-
his opening performances this able oa its schedule. And, of
year, iv.th an ye to figuring ou*. course, nouudy ugures to iw ex-
how much progress he has mad<-!ceptlonail> surprised if the Dukes
m 1m.s second varsPy season He|nnisn tar up in the national rank-;
didnt.' dlsapp* ini. pump.ng in 40 ings.
points' mercry by maneuvering
himself into the dear for long confusing by teaching a brand of
one-handed jump shots which he basnetoail wiiicn most believe has
can make as if they were layups. long since been put away as a
It was a remarkably dominat- uum covered example of what old-
Ing performance. Hot Rod's timers actually believed was good.
West Virginia teammates aren't --------
much, yet Hundley was far and "If we guard the other fellows
away-the most impressive figure corre*ctly. some decent scoring, by
comes out as a constant pressing
defense. On good nights, Duuuesne
opponents find tbey have to keep
passing, passing, p a s s 1 n g. No
clean changes for a shot show up.
Sooner or later one of the embar-
rassed opponents decides it's high
time a shot was taken, so ha lets
Jone go from a bad angle.
Over the first four games this
year, Duquesne held opponents to
an average of 45 points per game.
That's almost archaic In today's
shoot-shoot game. Naturally, this
figure goes higher over a season.
But never over 60 points.
"That* myhold-the-Une figure.;*
Dudv says. "If we do It, we can
win that $0 per cent. Most other
teams don't hold us to less than
SO points."
Dudey's sysetm this year figura*
lo be put to a trying test. Duques-
made up hair
Nashua's Day At The Bank
on the,court.
Thta waa true even though he
played it straight, forsaking the -----
fancy stuff except in the prgame ve mint to u, smacking of the day*
warmup when he gave the crowd when baaketoail waa played main-
a bit of a show. Among other iv in church halla and iirehouses
things, he dribbled with his knees.
ThatV right. He stood there with
his bands on his hips, flexing his
legs and controlling the ball by
bouncing it first off one knee,
'then' off the other.
The crowd wanted more of this
during the fame, but Hot Rod's
only concession was to ham it up
from time to time For instance,
when the home fans booed him
for complaining to the referees,
Hot Rod would put his hands to
hla face and cringe as if to ward
off the abuse.
He. spent most of the night
shooting, throwing up 41 of his
team's vO shots, practically with
lout exception, all the shots were
pushed up from outside the foul
I circle. They weren't hoggish
heaves, eltner. It's just that Hot
Rod Was nimble enough to shake
himself free again ana again.
Defense made no difference to
Hundley. The only thing that kept
Hot Rod from getting his shots
and making them was an occa-
tendency of his teammates
ne authorities made up
Ser. make, tba situation more -^.^nVt^^tlJr
get a little tougher on,incoming
basketball players. The result was
a lot of flunk-outs and ineligibili-
ties.-And a lot of high school stars
entering other schools.
Witt Ala, Dudey must go against
such as Da y too, with.7-foot Billy
Uhl, Niagara, always big. Ford-
ham, Cincinnati,. Temple and the
like. With only Sihug* Green as a
olid star. A weak freshman team
sent little material to the vansity
and he outlook hain't Improved
for he future- .'_.. .;.. 1
Green is, of course, about the
finest. Inch fot1 inch, in the nation. t
to go with- tyrm-
In keeping with the confusion,
however,/.Dusjuesne
I two of my players will win 9o per
| cent of the game* we play," Mooie
saya.
'He theory baa an uniaaagiuati.
Moar, you see actually believes
defense is importa! in hMfcetbaU.
"We play what we call switch-
ing to tne ball,"' Dudey explains.
"VVe try to keep switcning m en
on defense so tnat the feuow with
the ball and the fellow moymg lor
a pass will have a defender pick-
mg him up who is In position to
preven: him from having a, free
area from which to operate.
On the court, this technical atuff
A MILLION DOLLARS RUNNING FREE: Nashua romps on a blue pasture in Kentucky, far
tram the thick-carptted banking offices in New fork where a sealed bid changed his celers.
By JIMMY Breaba
o^We this year. Moore figures of my league Do they hav
He murdered by height he re | ***>"'^ window around?.Id
T
One of the customers writes, that old Bonus Waer 9hou"
appreciate that in the {"v*"***^H ,e^ tfavenreb-> as "" ">ey were tired of having
eence, soch A*n action weuldpeet shall we say. a grare p- one ^ ^^ H >u ^ x[m*
I lens.. ninS, -----
"^ lAjrlher 'tWre Is tensn to- doubt that Hotnaby, who is still Although he's M, Hot Rod op-
erv much alve and gailrftiUy employed In Chicago, would oe crates chiefly la the backcourt
4<^%BMW^P^^ >nst now' notwithstanding tpeiHa. more sggresslve on rebounds
supreme honor implicit lit the reader's suggestion,.
NEW YORK (NEA> '-This
do is." a horse guy said, "a little out
have a
d like
this
deTensVVhould bejta to *"" .0 I'"'"i
nri collar some* of those shot-nun- -
rfedteama Thl> was In the-thickcarpet.
ded teams. ^-----^ M--------- ^ officeg of New York.B Jft^j
Bank, the kind of big,'sturdy fi-
aancial set-up that has absolutely
no.room for horse racing.
Yet the biggest racing new of
the year was being made in ah
oak-paneled conference room.
Mike Moreno wH four down tojBid* for1 Nashua, the great horse
uick DehUnger after four holes, with the strange tale" to him. Were
.. --i, nii.r ir*m but played Uie last 14 holes Ovbeing examined. Sunny Jim Fitz-
Chandeck, POP"1""/ -/o^ jigures only to Idse one simmons, the i-year-old trainer,
pl.y.ra tne *, ^ ?gthgmn jimmyd.
recVnw general la Ouardl* fired a 76 at Bob To-
rrea.
Fa i
PANAMA GOLF CLUB
Luis _
tor 1956 at a rece?1-, genera
meeting held at.th club.
Chandeck, wttd>; *" **
for eeTeral years on tba leni
ef Directors and various eeni-
naittaaa, succeeds BUI Schmitt.
Other effleers elected lar ISM
were FredOerhardt, vlee pres-
Ment; John West man,
urer; and JnUe Valda
tary.
trea.
secre-
The results of the
American tournament: Coata
I Rica, first; Honduras, second;
IGuatemala, third; Pan ama,
fourth; El Salvador, fifth; Ni-
caragua, sixth.
The Panama Golf Club was
wasn't there; Neither was Eddie
Arcaro, the slim jockey who rode
Nashua, lo so many vistories.
Instead, you had a group of sob-J
Ctntrai er-iaced bankers, legal-minded fol-
lows- who had. In .their hands, the1
destiny of one of the finest thor-
oughbred horses, the country has
for the man
who is going places
OuttWe,
people waited
ed "around'.' .fjtty
horse
loung-'
Th first round of the
" ,1t !?S-ffir n^0hH'.^'tournament was played
'
TU W not the shrUl. topious'-aolce of ^*"^* fflSS^Sf
lows up his shots like a madiuan,
r Jtr'the temple of'the BaaebaU gods, ^iJhtttiMmmtn^
cedes Wagner's entitlement to sainthood. His dissent U
\ Bunabjr's credentials are more attractive.
In calling upon the testimony ef comparative avei
wbteh, taken att face valae, indisputably enshrine Bornaby as
(he game's greatest right-hand hitter, he command* sereos een-
hteratiaa.
... Hawever, sosne *f tn% other eTldence he seeks to introdace,
while atete nroveeative, to lees Impressive. Be questions
ithe past week. Many
streaking in to recover tba D*U ^.Ts could not be completed
inri wuv 11 K..|r out ...aln hut' HialCneS LOUIU nut u "*"! r ,..
.represented by Maury Muller. Al!J* tfeJ^"H^Ta^v
ESSO-iSaarlnen. pick DehUnger, Louie|^3^^^ hu d k-
d^uruig|M*rm' Uu
ofthellitt*. Angus
and woik It hack out agam, but
he seldom tries to score from in
close He can move, all right u it
he dribbles high and maybe that's
*; why he prefers not to drive in for
for ta-
gne natives .f two ef W^"'^,fian*50^-".l'1?
of the Tankee, and Jabn MeGraw ef the

Ed. Barrew
teresting, but hot very productive.
Barrow diacovered Wagner, hence he waa prejudiced. Wagner '
' f te dim the splendor of Ruth, Cdbb, et al. n -^
presumed to possess the requisita competence, the p|gllt GlIllCl IS
Merely Group Of
Old School Ties
tor various reasons, but first
flight winners included CoL
Scull, President Arias, Harvey
BeU, Pico uu, Luis Martin,
Charley MacMurray, Jaime de
la Guardia, Dave Westman, Don
Mavor and Dick DehUnger.
Among the second flight vic-
His foul shooting seems^ unre- tors in the opening:**.
liable. Hot Rod stiU takes his free.Merrick Banks,J^^"R0.J?tii2n
throwt from the side, shifting! drlguez, J. M. Boyd.
slightly to his left so that he ges
about a 15-degree angle. It's in-
his shots. A high dribbler Is apt
to have the ball stolen from ium
on the way hi.
fget that 1
presumed
saw so little
of Wagner In his playing days would |
disqualify me as a
witness, oro or con.
NONE WITH BORNSBY
NEW YORK (NEA) -Cracks
by disgruntled mrnagers after
Co nun lesione i' Julius He If and out-
lawed their guild were inevitable,
tut the best remark was made
Interna-
On the subject' of Hornsby, however, I am at least able to
JigaWa-tfTom a background of years of observation. Still, there to
nothlnr I can say that would add anything to tha poaitlve con-
elilons the records offer to one and all.
''In his day and time the blunt-spoken Texan.stood alone
among right-hand hitters in both leagues. Oddly, the National i by Charley Johston, the
:h*rnot had many only Cravath. Wilson and-Klner come to tionar Guilds president.
niind. They all hit the long ball but were not otherwise distln-
f gulshed, and certainly none waa* In Homsby's class.
t In the American League, Faxx, BeUmanh, Greenbere and
! Siaaaaans stead eat, as did Lajeie, a eanteaaaorary ef Wagner.
' Both Fexx and Greeaberg narrowly missed tylna Babe Ruth's
ltpeegnakle a. Slmmens hit over JN twice. Lajoie was the
first ef the aa-calied moderns to hit .4M. Heibnaaa waa a later
*de)p AH aerferaner and faur time, led nil league at bat, cartansly
i always in alternate years.
Joe Mullarkey, Al Brisson, Mi-
guel Monzo, O. R. Nelson, Capt.
Harrington, Bob Boyd, Dr. Mas-
sott, Dr. Tapis and L. Monzo.
Those detested in the first
round will form Defeated 16
Flights and continue to play.
Chandeck,
Matheney, Max
Heurtematte and Julio Vaides.
DehUnger was the top scorer
for the Panama golf club team.
The 1856 affair is scheduled tc
be played In Honduras, although
there is a possibility that the
site may be changad to Guate-
mala.
p01 filled outer office,
ft,
Winner, ef the sweassetakea
played Thursday afternoon
were (net acarea) Pice Dias 4,
La| A r a a g a 7, President
Arias 7t, Mike Moreno 71
Bey VaMes 71.
The professionals had a
tournament ef their own la
Casta Rica daring tha Central
American matches, and pro
Anbal Macarrn of Panama
finished second. A. Peres ef
Costa Rica wen. Pox of Salva-
dor and DavM Carmena ef
Nicaragua were third and
fourth, respectively.
"He says he is going to bresk
up our organization," Charley
snorted. "To begin with, what
right has he got to do it?
"And secondly, breaking up the
guild is like trying to break up
the New York Athletic Club or the
Union League Club. We're all
fro.n the asme school and we stick
together.
But none of ttjeee ranked with Hprnsby, either. He com-
pletely rewrote; the book in the old league and most of hla
records still stand: All old. he led the hitters seven- times, six
In-succession. Qe.battered .400 three times. He had a five-year
stmch In whie+i^he hit .3P7, .401. .SM,' .434 and 408.
Not even the matchless Cobb waa able to average .400 for
fir vears. CnTthte performance alone Homsby's towering dis-
tinction-as a batsman to historically secure.
OLD BALL VS. TBE NEW
To return to Wagner. His best five-year span was .353, and
hla Uie-ttme average JM to Homsby's .351. In neither category
waa it even close, if you acknowledge the validity of the figures.
The wisdom of such a course to debatable on account of the;
new ball, which did not make its frisky appearance until 1920.
By then Wagner had been through three years.
Herns by became a regular in 11 and hit .313, 4X7, el and
.311. This brought bias to lttt when ha hit -37tV aa advance ef
K points ever the preceding year. Did It take hhn fear years te
get the knack. Or was the Jack rabbit the answer*
Cobb hit against both the dead and Uve ball, yet hla bast
year 1.420) was in 1811. The needled ball lea vea the bat quicker
and travels farther. Whether it to easier to hit may be some-
thing else again. It wasn't for Cobb.
There, was some pretty sharp
Solf played in the first round of
e ESSQ tournament regard-
less of the heavy rains during
the week and the resulting
swamp-like fairways. For exam-
ple. Pico Diaz ousted Maury
MuUer when he shot an even
par 72 for the 18 holes. George
Boyd. playing in the second
flight, ousted Mike Purdy with
an II after finishing the first : 8
holes all even. Don Mavor strok-
ed his way to 77 in his first
round victory over Jim Ridge.
The. tournament committee
has requested that players in Bull Hancock's
the ESSO tournament make ev- tabriahmeat.
ery effort to complete their
to one 6? flie horse buys, "the,
persorsl loan department Is not
on thti floor."
Through the big windows at eith-
er end of the office, you could see
the light-flecked outlines of Wall
Strati towering financial strong-
holds.
Then, at s little before five,
neatly typewritten releases wert
j handed to the gathering. Nashua,
he paper said, had been sold for i
the record'price'of $1,261,309. Les-'
lie Combs, 2d, of Lexington, Ky.,
would be Nashua's new owner. -
While this was golna on, (he
strapping Nashua was on s farm
nesr Combs''Spendthrift Farm. He.
was sending his 1,200 pounds fly-
ing over the blue grass acres of
thoroughbred es-
Dver
Han
matches during the alloted time
of the coming holiday
In th*: bank office, Charles Map-
i, one of the executors of the
regardless of the coming holiday late William Woodward Jr.'a esta-
season. If the contestants dote, was going over the sale in the
not play when scheduled, the painstaking way bankers have,
tournament might extend to thai Yea, he was saying, there were
point where It wUI conflict with;five other bids for over a million
th. Panama Open scheduled for doilar. And, no, the trustees did
January 12, 13, 14 and 15. not expect such in easy time fig-
If a all possible, please try to luring .who the purchaser should
arrange your match for this he.
week. I As be spoke, another darksulted
----- banker knocked the contents of his
We are not being secretive a P'P* into, an ash tray on. the
bout the Panama Open and the: scratch-pad uttered conference ta-
names of the players. Watch
this paper this week and read
about the greatest field of pros
who wUI be here In about three
weeks. ,
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ble.
I resshaded yea of an.August
afternoon at Saratoga. A slim guy
in a sport jacket was doing the
same thing then, only be was rap-
ping hut pipe against tree trunk.
Next to him sat old Mr. Fits,
his eyes gleaming aa a big horse
wss led to him.
"Bow did it go. Eddie?* he
asked as Arcaro jumped down
from the horse he hsd just work-
ed.
"Couldnt have been better. Mr
Fitx," he said. "Hes' resdy to mn
Swaps a good race."
The slim man nodded at this,
then looked at the horse. His wife,
tsll and striking, reached out to
pat Nashuas nose. This was Bill
Woodward an his wife, Ann, who
were to be in the midst of trsgedy
s few months later.
The fellow knocked his pipe
again JJut this Ume it wnn't
sgsinst the tree at Saratoga. I
was in his big bsnk office la New
York and they were knocking
down Nashuafor better than a
million and a quarter.
Sports Briefs
FOOTBALL
An Armv team 'from Port
Hood. Texas, has defeated a Na-
vy team from--Little Creek. Va
cinia, in the annual Shrimp
Bowl game. Fort Hood shut out
the Sailors until the last pc> od
to win, 33-13. at Oalveston, Tex-
as
Blah set e I ath etlc Of fletan
believe fatal teotaajl Injane
la 1*35 have he:n considerabb
below the recent annaal aver-
age. Official figures wiN be
made public teaaerrow.
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Touring Russians
Back In Soviet Union
After Month's Trip
MOSCOW, Dec. 20 (UP) Pre-
mier Nikolai A. Bulganin and
Commmunist Party chief Nikita
Khrushchev returned to the Soviet
Union yesterday after a month-
long tour of southern Asia.
Immediately after their arrival
in-Tashkent, in the UZbek Repub-
lic they sent a message of thanks
to King Mohammed Zabir Shan
of Afghanistan, thanking him for
jus hospitality.
They had wound up their tour
of India, Burma and Afghanistan
with a five-day stay In Kabul
the Afghan capital.
Before they left Kabul they pre
aented the king with a new air
plane.
The Moscow radio said Bulga-
nin and Khrushchev were greet-
ed with roars of applause on their
landing in Tashkent and that chil-
dren handed them flowers. Near
1y 500.000 persons lined the roaJ
from the airport to the city, the
broadcast said.
It was not known when Bulga-
nlne and Khrushchev would arrive
In Moscow. It was believed they
might remain for aday or two in
might remain for a day or two in
cow is frigid, with temperatures
ranging down to ^,22 degrees be-
low zero and an arctic wind.
But the two leaders are expect-
ed here in time to attend the o-
pening of the Supreme Soviet
Parliament Friday. It is believed
that Bulganin may give an offi-
cial report of his tour to the ses-
ion.
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Manama American
Let the people knew the truth and the country is saf*' Abraham Lincoln.
31st YEAB
PANAMA, B. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER tt, IMS
FTVE ClNTb
Blizzards Howl Out Of Siberia,
Norway, Sweden, Finland
B.H.S. Band, Chorus On Soundtrack
Of Canal Zone Movie This Week
U. S. Missionaries,
Weak And Tottering,
Returned By Chinese
HONG KONG, Dec. 20 (UP)
Sr. and Mrs. Homer Bradshaw,
kNew York City, weak and ap-
JHurently ill after nearly five years
U Communist captivity, tottered
cross the border to freedom here
todayi
i
Police and Red Cross officials
helped the Two American mission-
aries acroaa the line into this
British China-coast colony and
Wed them into an ambulance
watting to whisk them away to
fjt. Theresas Hospital.
The American couple, who spent
most of the time since February,
]|S1, In Red Jails, could barely
walk when they reached here.
Bradshaw seemed mentally al2ert,
but his pale, drawn wife did not
utter a word during the 20 min-
utes it took to complete border
formalities.
A husky Chinese woman helped
the Bradshaws up to the Commu-
nist side of the barbed wire fence
marking the border, where Brit-
ish Inspector A. L. Gordon was
waiting to meet them.
"Come across," Gordon a a i d,
nd the couple tottered across the
line.
Gordon, and a British Public
Health official helped Mrs. Brad-
shaw walk from the border to
the Immigration Office, while
Richard Tomlin of the American
Red Cross and Margaret
Strathic of the British Red Cross
aided Bradshaw.
LONDON, Dec. 20 (UP) -Sub-
zero blizzards howling down from
Siberia almost paralyzed Scnadi-
navia today. Massive snowstorms
isolated many villages and took
at least ten victims in Norway
and Sweden.
The rest of Europe escaped the
near-record cold, but in Norway,
Sweden and Finland snow and ice
crippled Christmas rail and road
traffic, while dozens of ships
were reported frozen in their
docks, probably until spring.
Stockholm radio broadcast an
appeal to residents not to try to
use their cars because snow is
blocking downtown streets and e-
ven streetcars are not running.
Authorities reported M ship
in Swedish ports on the oil of
Bothnia probably will bo ice-
bound through the winter. An-
other 3) wore reported fresen
in the lee in Finland.
The 500-ton Finnish vessel Fyl-
eia sank after Ice ripped out its
belly but the cheering crew of 14
was rescued by the badly-damag-
ed freighter Judith Mary In the
Gulf of Finland. The British ship
itself was reported frozen 'like
^nwbSTin' *. IN* M*.
a sub-zero eeW wave. **.
.f the Midwest bite tnelatt "'
numbing, prevue *"?'
Weather forecasters said a mat-
slve cold front extended In an un-
Parley Recommends
Action On Highway
Up To Panama
broken wave "from Alaska to the
Bronx."
Icy fingers on the leading edge
of the cold front pushed eastward
to the coait and south to north-
ern Florida, with deeper cold be-
hind them.
A special cold wave warning
was issued for parta of the East,
where the mercury waa expected
to dive as low as 5 below zero c-
vernight in southeastern Ohio,
West Virginia and western Penn-
sylvania, and to as much aa 10
below in central and northern
New York sUte.
Winter wasn't officially due un-
til Thursday, but readings today
in the north were a fair sample
Coldest rapsrtod spot in the
nation was Bemidji, Minn.,
whore the low of 45 below sore
quaMod the all-time December
recent.
Minneapolis shivered in 21 be-
low weather which caused traffic
lights to freeze.
Water froze in fire hoses at St.
Paul and some motorists reported
they couldn't shift gears through
the congealed grease In their
gearboxes.
It was M below zero at
Grantsburg, Wls., 30 below at
Bismarck, N. D., 28 below at St.
Cloud, Minn., and 2 above at Chi-
cago.
In the Hack Hills of South
Ike Stays Glose To Fire
WASHINGTON. Dec. 20(UP)
Early action has been recom-
mended to provide adequate and
safe tourist facilities along tne
mote of the interamerlcan
Highway from Guatemala to
Panama. *, .,
The recommend*tlon w.v
made by the Technical Commit-
tee on Travel Plant of the inter-
amerlcan Travel Con grease*
which concluded Its first meet-
ing here after five days of dls- ^
cusslons. ^.igerVy s's'id Augusts. Ga., and oth-
"The committee took note or|er ^them vacation spots are
the intensive construction op-,under consideration.
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Dec. 2 -
(UP) President Eisenhower to-
day planned to stay close to a
crackling fire at his farm as a
cold wave held the barren Penn-
sylvania countryside in a frigid
grip.
A meeting with Dillon S. An-
derson, special Presidential assit-
ant, wat tht only item on Mr.
Eisenhower's schedule.
Anderson Wat helping with the
agenda for a meeting of the Na-
tional Security Council Thursday
at Washington.
The President and Mrs. Eisen-
hower will leave their farm to re-
turn to the White House tomor-
row morning. Weather conditions
will determine whether they trav-
el by car or plane.
The Eisenhowers will reamln at
the White House for the Christ-
mas holidays. Then the President
is expected to .follow his doctors
suggestions to head South for
some exercise In the 'Southern
sunshine.'
White House press secretary
James C. llagerty said no deci-
sion has been reached on when
the President will leave for the
South and where ho will go. Ha
hower farm, sat in on part of the
President's talk with the chairman
of the Atomic Energy Commis-
sion.
Assistant White House press
secretary Murray Snyder said the
chief executive also handled
some routine government business
and dictated some letters.
Details of Dulles' report to the
President were not disclosed. But
ths secretary issued a highly op
timiatic report on the NATO meet
ing after his return from' Paris.
He said then the free nations of
Europe now feel "freer and more
secure" than ever before.
Little League
Girls 8, Boys 3
Dakota a freak layer of warm
ah- stabbed into the friflis) e i r
moss te causo a wide varia-
fien in temperature. At eleva-
tions of 4000 to 7000 feet the
mercury shot up to 40, while in
the foothills it was near zero.
There were snow flurries in the
Great Lakes area, and a heavy
snow squall was forecast for the
Lake Ontario region, but forcast-
erS said the arctic air generally
waa too' dry for much snow.
A storm system off the Pacific
coast, however, produced heavy
rains- from northern California
through the Pacific Northwest,
with snow in the mountains.
Forecasters had feared there
would be little relief from the in-
tense cold, with the Alaskan front
continuing to pour into the coun-
try.
However, they said it appeared
the huge wave would "crack off"
just north of the border by tomor-
row, permitting a. moderating
trend to develop In the Midwest.
The Pacific storm system was
expected to push snow through
the crack into the Midwest.
A program of Christinas music
recorded at the Armed Forces
radio station by the members of
the Balboa High School band
and chorus and aynchonlsed to
a motion picture color film of
the Canal Zone will be heard
preceding each of the regular
motion picture shows at the Bal-
boa Theater Thursday night.
In addition, the members of
the Balboa High School band
and chorus will appear on the
stage between shows Thursday
night to present a program of
Christmas music under the di-
rection of Victor Herr.
The Thursday program will be
part of a series of programs
which started last night to cele-
brate the sixth anniversary of
the opening of the Balboa The-
ater.
Last night the members of the
Canal Zone Barber Shop Quar-
tet gave a program of Christmas
music at 8:30 o'clock between
the regular showings of the mo-
tion picture.
Features for next week in-
clude plans for the appearance
of a group of Italian pupeteers
who are currently appearing at
the National Theater In Panama,
The puppet show, which will
Include dancing, singing, and
the performance of the tradi-
tional fairy tales is presently
scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 20.
A matinee and two evening per-
formances of two hours each
will be held.
Scheduled for Friday. Dec. 30
is Freddy Masters and his orch-
estra* a group which appeared
In the Canal Zone last year.
They will give a performance at
8:30 p.m. between the two show-
ings of the regular motion pic-
ture program.
No extra admission charge will
be made on the nights that spe-
Hoodlums Repelled
In Santa Stickup
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)
Six hoodlums tried to stick up
Santa Claus. They didnt' get a
red plush cent.
The holdup men. all masked
and one with a gun, appeared at
the Volunteers of America build-
ing shortly before 6 a.m. yester-
day as two employes were load-
big portable chimneys onto a
ttnek for delivery, to street-corner
Santas.
Give us the combination to the
afe or well shoot you on the
spot," one ydung thug said to
John T. Malone, 26.
"You'd better shoot me, mis-
ter." Malone replied, "because I
haven't got the combination."
The alx then attacked Malone
_ad his fellow worker. William
Jones, 62. Jones fell to the floor
and feigned unconsciousness. Ms-
tone wss tied up. The six men,
all said to be in their early 20s,
then tried to crack the s a f e.
They couldn't.'
They fled, and Santa's $3.000 in
weekend receipts were ssfe.
Jonea and Malone called police.
Went to a hospital for treatment
of minor injuries and went back
to work, loading chimneya for
Santa Claus.
BALUOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY. DiCf.Mil*. 2.
HIGH LOW
f:5J a.. 2:08 a.n.
8:21 e.aa. 2:24 p.m.
atlons now under wav for com-
pletion of the Interamerlcan
Highway from Guatemala to
Panama Inclusive, with the pos-
sibility that this sector of the
pan-American highway system
may be open.to through traffic
within the next three W fdur
years," the committee said In a
report on its deliberations.
""It is advisable, therefore, that
early action be taken to piovlde
adequate and safe lodging and
other facilities along the route,
such as service stations, motels,
trailer camps, restaurants, wa-
ler supply, parking facilities,
access to places of interest to
tourists, and preparation and
distribution of road maps.
Crowded Steamers
Run Aground In Fog
HAMBURG. Dec. 20 (UP1
Two German, Island steamers
crowded with vacationing school
| children and teachers ran
aground in the fog-shrouded
North Sea today.
At least 120 children and
i teachers were forced to abandon
one ship In lifeboats after the
steamer began listing danger-
ously. They were picked up
safely by coastal rescue units,
' another 125 children and teach-
ers were stranded on a second
ship.
But the second ship managed
to free itself and continued to
port unaided.
Ike Awaiting
4th Grandchild
WASHINGTON, Dee. 20 (UP)
Mrs. Barbara Eisenhower, daugh
ter-in-law of President Eisenhow-
er, is in Walter Reed Hospital a-
waitlng the birth of her fourth-
child shortly.
Mrs. Eisenhower entered t h e
hnsDita last Tuesday after experi-
encing false labor pains. These
subsided, and the White House an-
nounced she woulr" move into the
White House until it was amass
ry to return to the hospital
Later, however, hospital doe-
tors decided she should stay un-
der their immedlste ear
Her husband Maj. John Eisen-
hower, and their three children
are staying at the White House
to await the event.
President Eisenhower received
a" foreign policy report from Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dul-
les yesterday and discussed atom-
ic energy and beef cattlo with
atomic chief Lewis L. Straus.
Dulles 'reported by telephone to
the President dn the "fine' NATO
council meeting from which he re-
turned Sunday. Dulles will meet
with President Eisenhower tomor-
row.
Strauss, a "fellow farmer
who shsres President Eisenhow-
er's enthusiasm for Aberdeen An-
gus cattle, conferred with the
President for an hour and 45
minutes. The White House said
Strauss* vteit was "mostly so-
cial" but that a "few items'' of
atomic business were discusses.
Brig. Gen. Arthur FMi Nevlns,
(ret.).s upervisor of the Elsen-
Newsmen Eye Dulles
For Answer To 'S
Foreign Aid Request
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
Newsmen looked to Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles to-
day to clear up conflicting re-
porta on how much foreign aid
the administration will ask Con-
gress to approve next year.
Dulles faced questioning on
the foreign aid matter at a news
conference later today. He also
was likely to discuss the North
Atlantic Treaty Council meeting
Eleven babies. Including a gtt'j ^S^S^t^k^ *"
of twin boys were born to Coco die East crisis, the visit of Rus-
solo Hoipital during the week 1 >e2derltf ?!? fe
ending at midnight Dec. IS. ac-|J"i UA M to Egypt to build
cording to the regular hospital "* Aswan Dam.
report. The. twin boys were born .
to Sgt and Mrs. William B. High administration sources
Miller of Fort Gullck. indicated last week that the ad-
"*"" "* ; ministration would ask Congress
During the weekly period. 93 [or a wjpopplng $5,140,000.000 In
patients were admitted and 92 foreign economic and military
aidmore than double the $2,-
500,000,000 Congress approved
for the current fiscal year.
This report created a stir a-
mong congressmen. Any mator
Increase In foreign aid would
run- into strong congressional
opposition. Such an increase, if
approved, would Just about' rule
out an election-year tax cut.
But Republican Sen. Bourke B.
Hlckenlooper (la.) said yester-
day-he believes there has been a
mlsnderstandlnjr about the ad-
ministration's intentions. He
the administration would
Catholics In Egypt
Protest Abolition
Ot Religious Courts
CAIRO, Egypt, Dec. 20 (UP)
Representatives of Catholic
churches throughout Egypt band-
ed together last night and ap-
pointed a Coptic Catholic pa-
triarch to Intercede with the gov-
ernment in a dispute over aooli-
tion of religious courts.
Five Catholic clergymen and a
group of laymen were reportedly
arrested yesterday for protesting
the abolition of toe reugioiu
courts.
One was released immediately
and all but two of the remaind-
er following the intervention ot
the Papal nuncio.
But Catholics continued to pro-
test the government aeicision iouil
and long. Abolition of the courts,
they said, would restrict religious
freedom.
POWs Serving Rest
Of Sentences In East
patients were discharged.
Babies were born %o the fol-
lowing American citizens: Cpl.
and Mrs. Andres Figueroar, of
Coco Soltto. daughter; Pfc. and
Mrs. John F. Faltan, of Coco
Slito, daughter; AD-2 and Mrs.
Howard L. Baker, of Coco Slito,
daughter: 8p-3 and Mrs. Edward
Norman, of Coco Slito, daugh-
ter.
Babies were born to the fol-
lowing parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew Jules, of Colon, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Vasquez.
of Colon, son: Mr. and Mrs.
Hylton Ford, of Colon, daughter:
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Martines.
said i
not ask for additional foreign classical Spanish dancer,
aid funds but merely for author-
ity to spend certain money al-
ready provided by Congress. He
...u ... *wt.v .i .,..,. said these "unexpected balances"
of Colon, daughter and Mr. and would expire If thev were not
Mrs. Calvin Best, of Rainbow made available aaln by con-
City, daughter. gresslonal action.
US Industry Experts
Impressed By Soviet
Operations In Tour
MOSCOW Dee. (UP) Three
American automation specialists
muring the Soviet Union for a
view of Soviet industry sad last
night they were" generally Impres-
sed by what 'they have seen.
The three are Albert C. Hall
i'enersl manager of the resesrch
aboratoriea of Bendlx Aviation
Corp.; NevlB L. Bean, of Ford
Motors; and W. H. Brandt, engi-
neering manager of Westinghouse
Electric. They arrived here Dec.,7
in an exchange with Soviet engi-
neer are showing the introduc-
States.
The American -inspected Mos-
cow's ball-bearing plant, two ma-
chine building factories, the Stal-
ingrad Tractor Works and several
engineering research institutes;
Summing up their impressions
for correspondents, they said they
"were imprsesed with the Interest,
initiative and energy Soviet engi-
neers are showing^ n the ntroduc-
ton of automation.''
"Particularly impressive," they
said, was the ball-bearing plant,
the only one with complete auto-
mation they visited. The design of
the machines is "very good and
packing is quite clever," they said
They said the research Insti-
tutes, wheh design mach i n e r y,
have the most aic^ern equipment
and are as good as those in the
United SUtes, but the P^on
plants are not up to American
standards. :
Spanish Dance
Performance Sefr
A special P^f.0"?*?," ??
Spanish dances will *$ *J the Queen Mother's late husband
the Diablo Theater tonight at ..'E2.M the
8 o'clcok by PUar, well-known
cial features are presentad, it
was announced by the Service
Center Division.
C.H.S. Xmas Show
The traditional two-part Xmas
musical program and pageant
will be given by the members of
the Cristobal High School choir
and orchestra Thursday night,
beginning at 7:30.
The first part of the program
will be held in the Cristobal
High School auditorium and the
second pan, which will bo
Christmas Tableaux, will be held
on the front, lawn of the achooL
Because of the lack -of space,
only those having reserved seat
tickets will be able to attend the
program In the auditorium. Th
outdoor part of the program will
be open to the general public.
2 Midair Crashes-
leave 14 Airmen
Dead Or Missing
< C"r& S
investigation into a pair; ef sep-
arate midair crashes, one be-
tween two Stratojeta and nether
involving a Superfort and a Sa-
bre which left all 14 airmen a-
board the aircraft dead or miss-
ing.
Eight of the known dead were
the crewmembers aboard the two
Stratojet bombers, which1 crashed
in (he. air with a thunderous ex-
plosion near Txjppa, spraying fie-
of wreckage
ry bits
area.
over a wide
BERLIN, Dec. 20 (UP) -East
German Communists said today
that German prisoners of war re-
turned last week by the Soviets
as "grave" was criminals have
been sent to East German jails
The prisoners, part of 9626,
promised by the Soviets to be re-
turned to Germsny, were repa-
triated on the condition they serve
out terms impossed by the So-
viets.
The authorititative Communist
Party newspaper Neues Deutsch-
land said, "These Criminals have
been placed in our penitentiaries
where they are serving their
just terms."
The Neues i Deutachland report
indicated the Communists would
not try them again but would
make them serve the rest of their
sentences in East Germany.
Earl Attle, Wife
See Queen Mother
LONDON, Dec. 20 (UP)Earl
Attlee, who as Clement Attlee
was head -of the British Labor
Party until last week, had his
first Royal Date last night as a
peer of the realm.
Lord Attlee and his wife, now
a countess, were received by
Queen Elizabeth, the Queen
Mother at Clarence House.
Attlee was prime minister when
Four other airmen were known
dead and three others were list-
ed u missing in the air colli-
sion of a Superfort and a Sabre
all-weather jet interceptor about
[14 miles east of Tyndall A i r
Force bise.
M One of the Stratojets was frog
MacDlll Air Force Bise, Tamps;
6nd the other was from Pinecas-
AFB. Orlando. Each carried
four airmen.
Lt. Robert E. Johnson, public'
information officer at Mac Dill,
said a preliminary investigation
indicated that the jet bomber
from MacDlll had landing gear
trouble.
He said the Pinecastle plane,
which was shooting practice
ground control landings. at Mao-
Dill Field, apparently flew under-
neath *ihe other bomber to check
its landing gear and "they must
have hit a downdraft and collid-
ed."
King George
throne.
The presentation will be given
in addition to one showing of-
the Italian produced motion
picture. "First Love of Caruso."
No extra admission will be
charged. '
THE THREE WISHES A Christmas Story
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