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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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'Preacher Did Damn Good Job of Fighting'

Segregationist
ttocit

CLINTON, Tenn., Dec. 4 (UP) A young white
Baptist preacher escorted six Negro students back to
classes at integrated Clinton High School today and then
was severely beaten by a group of white men as he left
the school.
A group of seven or eight white men attacked by
Rev. Paul Turner and flailed him with their fists after
he and two volunteer aides had formed a safety brigade
to return the Negroes to classes.
The school's nine Negro students have remained
away from classes since the middle of last week because
of racial turmoil and harassment by whites.

Turner was attacked as he
walked away from the school.
Several men chased mm ior a a-bout
bout a-bout half a block and cornered
him in front of the local South
em Bell telephone exchange.
Eyewitnesses said the young
minister fought back hard. Po
lice a block away heard the com
motion, rushed to the scene and
broke up the crowd.
One man, identified as Clyde
Cook, was arrested.
Turner was taken to the of office
fice office of Dr. Archer W. Bishop for
treatment. He was bleeding and
raised.
A newireel photographer who
saw the fight said "the
preacher did a damn good job
of fighting."
The attack on' Turner climax-
d almost a week of renewed
enston at the troubled high
chool, the first state-supported
lublrc school in Tennessee to be
tegrated.
Turner and his two compan-
ns escorted the six Negroes
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Will fly to the
lUnited States tomorrow it time to
mend unnstmas at noma wun
tannines.
Thty are Aaron WiUon, ?3,
Urania, La. and Arlle Pate,
24 f Carbeadtle, lit. Both for-
ir U. S. foldieri walked out
Red China Sunday and said they
hoped to be home in time far
Christmas.
Wilson's parents guaranteed his
passage home and he picked up a
tourist class airplane ticket to-
e U.S. Consulate bought
ate's tourist class ticket for the
ame flight even tnougn it was
actinically obligated only to pro-
the cheapest transportation.
he cheapest transportation would
be by American' freighter which
a'res about 30 days.
They had expressed a desire to
Return to the United States togeth
er. Their passage is paid through
Chicago.
The two were dishonorably dis
charged by the U. S. Army aft after
er after they defected to Red China.
The difference in air and freign-
er passage rates between Hong
one and the west coast is oniy
bout $100. Although the state de-
artment is obligated to furnish
asportation, the money tor tares
ust be repaid.
'ater Tank Jobs
;dina Is Asked
Bids for the regular cleaning
bH painl'is of the two 1.000,000
gallon water tanks at Mount Hope
- one 2.500 ganon tank at Fort
tulick are now being solicited by
ifio Panama ( ana' 1 omnanv. Tne
bids will be opened the morning of
ec. 19 in tie AdnvniRtration
Building at Balboa Heights.
Te M'ork at Mount Hone will In-
iude the sand blast cleaning snd
tinting of both the Interior and
exterior of two 1,000,000 gallon
lanks. On'y the exterior of the
iuee steel water storage tank at
wrt Giilick is scheduled lor clean
ng and painting.
Moth nro'ects are fo be compiet
within four months.
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back to school this morning
while scattered groups of pro pro-segregationists
segregationists pro-segregationists looked on disap disapprovingly.
provingly. disapprovingly. Late Departure
Leads To
Early Arrival
As it always does on Monday.
the morning launch left Taboga
early with a full load 01 people
returning to town.
Among the passengers yester
day Was Mrs. Lastenio Betello,
27, a Tabogana who was coming
in to await a cmid at santo 10 10-mds
mds 10-mds hospital. t
But for Mr. Betello the
launch US Plover had not left
early enough.
As the launch approached
Balboa harbor the Plover's cap captain
tain captain sent word by short-wave
that a woman passenger was in
labor.
Canal Zone policeman Arthur
Blystone received the message at
the gate to Pier 18, where Ta Taboga
boga Taboga passengers disembark.
He called Ooigas Hospital
which sent an ambulance and a

T sic tan. Dr. Barbara cJo its last trip). Dec 28; Ancon.

Santent. to the
W'Mffl the rloteY docked.
Mts. Betello, with the assist assistance
ance assistance of her mother, had at
ready given birth te a fine
baby girl.
Dr. Sargent attended them at
the dock. Then mother and baby
were delivered to Santo Tonus.
US Marshal Seizes
Boat At Cristobal
A coastal fishing boat, the
MV Gobeledor, formerly the
Don Dario, Was seized In Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal harbor today by U.S. Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Joseph I. Kincaid.
The Panamanian flag vessel
was attached under an admiral admiralty
ty admiralty libel filed in U. S. District
Court, Ancon, by Vicente a. oig oig-noux
noux oig-noux and Irzlo Boggio C. who
state they are residents of Peru.
Libelants seek to recover $24,-
700 from the Gobeledor. or her
owners. Navlera Intaramerleon,
S.A-, a Panamanian corporation.
Glgnoux and Boggio charge
that on numerous occasions
prior to Nov. 12 they furnished
supplies to the ship and also ad-
vahced monies for crew's wages.
Efforts to collect from he
owner have not resulted in pay payment,
ment, payment, they allege.
Attorney Woodrow de Castro
filed the libel in the name of
the firm of San Slclen, Rami Ramirez
rez Ramirez and de Castro.
Some changes in the law from
were agreed to last week, form former
er former members will continue to op operate
erate operate as before in all cases in
which they were previously as associated.
sociated. associated. t As the present claim was al
ready in the attorneys' hands
before the change in partner partnerships.
ships. partnerships. It will fall In the joint
category.

Paraiso's Outdoor Athletic Facilities
After Bids are Opened, Comes New

A long range plan for the im
provement of outdoor athletic fa
culties in Paraiso for the students
of the Latin American secondary
sioo's in that community, will be
started during the coming dry sea season.
son. season. The work will begin with the
drainage improvement at the ex
isting Paraiso athletic field snd
the construction of another fie'd
nearby and along Gaillard High Highway.
way. Highway. Bids on the p r 0 i e c t are
scheduled to be opened the morn-
It"? of December 21 in the .Admi
nistration Budding at Balboa
HC'hts.
The present athletic field, which

Panama Line
Schedule
Rearranged

A rearrangement of the Pan
ama Line sailing schedules will
become effective after the end
of this month upon the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the Panama from
service.
The revised sailing schedule
has just been received at Balboa
Heights from the Line's New
York office. With only two ships
in service, the same six-day trip
between New York and Cristo
bal with stopovers in Port-au-Prince
will be maintained but
sailing days from both terminal
ports Will be changed.
The shim will sail from New
York on Fridays for two suc successive
cessive successive weeks and then on
Tuesday for two successive
weeks. On northbound trim
the Ancon and Cristobal will
sail from Cristobal on Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays for two successive weeks
and then on Wednesdays for
the next two successive weeks.
The ships will stop at Haiti on
Tuesdays when they start their
southbound trips on Fridays and
win arrive m Cristobal on
Thursdays. When the sailings
from New York are on Tuesdays
they will arrive in Haiti on Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays and in Cristobal on Mon Mondays.
days. Mondays. On northbound trips they
will be in Port-au-Prince on
Mondays and Fridays.
The new schedule becomes ef
fective with the sailing on the
Ancon from New York on Friday,
Jan. 4.
The last visit of the Panama
to Canal waters under the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line flag is scheduled the
first week In January. It will
make its last sailing southbound
from New York on Dec. 28 and
will be withdrawn after its re
turn there on Jan. 11.
Sailing dates from New York
for the next few weeks are:
Panama. Dec. 6: Ancon. Dec.
13; Cristobal. Dec. 19; Panama
Jan. 4; Cristobal, 11 (both of
wese are ma ays;; Ancon, Jan.
22; and Cristobal. Jan. 20 (both
of these are Tuesdays).
From Cristobal the sa lines
will be:
Cristobal, Dec. 8; Panama. Dee.
18; Ancon. Dec. 21: Cristobal.
Dec. 28; Panama, Jan. 5 (last
trip): Ancon, Jan. 12: Cristobal.
Jan. 19; Ancon, Jan. 30 (Wednes
day)
4-
RP Govt. Changes
- the 1st- Made;
Four are Affected
The administration of Presi
dent Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
underwent its first cabinet
chance yesterday when the re
signation of Education Minister
Angel Lope Casis was accepted
so that he could be appointed
as a Supreme Court Justice.
Assemblyman victor Jiiao, wno
served as secretary general of
the presldencla during the last
administration, was named to
succeed Lope Casis as Minister
of Education.
In addition to Casis, who
was named for a 14-year term,
President de la Guardia also
appointed Attorney General
Victor A. de Leon to the su supreme
preme supreme court for a 12-year
term and reappointed Justice
Dr. Ricardo A. Morales for a
ten-year term.
Yesterday's appol n t m e n t s
brought the number of Supreme
Court justices up to nine and
completed the Incorporation of
th Court of Administrative Li
tigations into the Supreme Court
with three Justices assigned to
the latter, three to criminal
section and three to the civil
section of the high court.
It is speculated that Lope ca
sis, a close friend of the Presi President
dent President who served as Minister of
Health, Labor and Social Wel Welfare
fare Welfare during the closing months
of the last administration, will
be made Chief Justice.
High School, now has room for a
baseball diamond and two soft
ball diamonds. Work there will
i'tclude the raising of the level of
the field and the improvement of
drainage.
The specifications also include
the construction of a second
field large enough far a soft ball
diamond. Eventually, It is plan planned
ned planned to enlarge the field te in in-clvto
clvto in-clvto another baseball diamond.
a Mf-yira tracx, ana areas tor
soccer and cricktt.
Actual work on the new areas
will be completed within three
months but the fields will not be

All Set

Hungary's Women, Girls
Defy Soviet Tanks, Guns

BUDAPEST, Dee. 4 (UP).
young girls defied Soviet armor

lay flowers on the tomb of Hungary's Unknown Soldier.
At least one woman was wonnded by a Russian bullet dur during
ing during the brief skirmish.
The demonstration commemorated the second bloody So Soviet
viet Soviet onslaught on Budapest exactly a month ago today.
Leaflets scattered in the streets last night called for a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of mourning for husbands, sons and brothers lost la
the Budapest fighting.

Shorty before 11 a.m., women
by the thousands began con converging
verging converging on the monument In
Heroes Square in the left-bank
city of Pest.
The Russians rushed scores
of armored cars to the scene
to seal off the approaches to
the square before most of the
mourners could reach the
monument.
Soviet tanks took positions on
the Danube bridges, separating
women in the right-bank city of
Buda from the demonstrators
across the river.
A few hundred women
reached the monument before
the Russians tightened the
cordon, and thousands more
hurled themselves at the wall
of steel.
Russian tommygunners jump
ed out of the armored cars 10
push back the screaming wom
en.
"Look at those Russians!"
one elderly woman shouted.
"They have guns and they are
afraid1. We are only women
with our chUdren, but we are

Nehru Blames Trouble In Hungary
Mainly On Anglo-French Actions

tmpt TJT Tier 4 (UP)
Tomo nana. 1
. 1 t
France were 10 Ba""Zl"i
of the trouble In revolt-wracked
Hungary.
Nehru told India's "Senate" he
believes Soviet intervention In
Hungary was due at least in part
to Russia's alarm over the Anglo-French
attack on Egypt.
The premier's argument was
sharply challenged by members,
of the Upper House.
"We would like to know how
the situation In Egypt affected
Hungary," snapped independent,
H. N. Kunsru. "me wouuic
omnn started under (Erno)
Geroe, and it was eight or nine
days later that the Anglo-French
attacK came.
Nehru replied that the Rus Russians
sians Russians withdrew their tanks
from Budapest Oct. 30, and ap apparently
parently apparently were encouraged to
return when Israel's attack on
Egypt inspired the Anolo Anolo-French
French Anolo-French ultimatum to Cairo.
He saf4 his government was
slow in denouncing Soviet ac-
Driver Who Hit
Lamp Post Fined
Norbert Francis Keller, 28. A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, was fined $25 In Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday on
a charge of reckless driving.
Keller drove his automobile
Into a lamp post on Gaillard
Hiehway at 5 a.m. last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Will be Better;
Fields, Tracks, Fun
of 1957. In the meantime, the ath
letic faculties near the Paraiso J-
lementary School win be used and
the Paraiso Hih School home soc
cer games will be played at the
Santa Cruz PJayc-ovnd. Part of
that time the Latin-A m e r 1 c a n
schools will be recessed since the
annual school vacation begins In
February and the 1957 term will
no' begin before May.
The Improvement and enlarge
ment of athletic facilities at Paral
so was planned with the construe
tion of the new Paraiso High
School this year and the transfer
of the La Boca High School stu-

More than 38,000 women and
and machinegun fire today to

Men took no part In the dem
onstration. One who tried to
push his way into the column
was forced out by women who
told him that the demonstra
tion was for "mothers, sisters
and daughters only."
Defence minister Ferenc
Muennich rushed to the scene,
and after he had conferred with
two Russian generals the Soviet
ranks opened to let the mourn mourners
ers mourners reach the monument.
The first violence occurred
when a Russian officer tried
to drag a pretty Hungarian
teenager who had spat at him
into his armored ear. A dosen
women rushed him and wrest wrested
ed wrested the girl from his grip.
A few minutes later, a Soviet
general pushed a woman who
had paused to shake her fist
In his face, and other women
charged in to push and slap the
cfflcer.
He drew his pistol, and near nearby
by nearby Russian soldiers opened fire
as the women scattered. One
fell, shot in the leg.
tions In Hungary because "we
did not have all the facts." and
did not want to loin in a "pas
sionate wave of condemnation"
of Russia.
He added, however, that he
now considers that the "passion
ate wave was justified.
"We kept the Egyptian ques question
tion question in the foreground (at the
United Nations)." he said. "We
wanted to resist this movement
to keep Egypt from people's
minds...
"The attack on Egypt came as
a great shock, because it was a
reversal to pure colonial meth
ods. The Hungarian thing was
essentially different, although it
was equally bad."
Boyd is Reluming;
Impression of U. S.
On Minister 'Good'
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP)
Panamanian Foreign Minister.
Aquilino E. Boyd will leave here
for Panama today after a week week-long
long week-long visit that included talks
with high United States officials.
Boyd was scheduled to board
a home-bound plane after a
farewell luncheon with State
Department officials;
Yne department source said
Boyd's frank presentation of the
problems pertaining to the 1955
treaty have left a favorable Im Impression
pression Impression here. Boyd last week
conferred on this with acting
Secretary of State Herbert Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover Jr. and acting assistant Sec
retary ior inter-American ai-
fairs Roy R. Rubottom.
The sources said the contro controversy
versy controversy over Panama's insistence
that the United States should
pay compensatory wages to
Panamanian workers losing
commissary privileges appears
to have simmered down as a
result of a S-cent per hour in increase
crease increase ordered by the Army.
Last Wednesday the Council
of the Organization of American
States held a special session In
the Foreign Ministers honor,
followed by a luncheon.
Over the week-end Boyd had
a thorough physical check-up at
Walter Reed Army Hospital. U
nited States sources said.

To

Waive British
Loan Interest
US Is Asked
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP).
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Harold MacMlllan announced
today the United States has
been asked to waive interest
due at the end of this month
on Its dollar loans to Britain.
MacMlllan told Parliament
the U.S. government has agreed
to ask Congress to waive the
$70.38 million payment due Dec.
31.
The chancellor also said Brit Britain
ain Britain will ask the international
monetary fund for permission
to withdraw part of its $1.3 bil billion
lion billion standing contribution.
It may be necessary for this
country to sell seme of its dol dollar
lar dollar security holdings, totaling
$750 million to $1 billion, Mac
Millan said.
US Oil Flowing
To Britain
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP)-hA
British oilman revealed here
yesterday that substantial
quantities of oil had been
shipped to Britain from "Unit "United
ed "United States sources" since the.
Sues Canal was blocked.
Esso Petroleum chairman Sir
Leonard Sinclair said more
than 300,000 tons of American
oil had been obtained since
e said a similar amount
would be shipped from the U.
S. Gulf ports during December
"and with the latest develop developments
ments developments these quantities may be
increased."
Eden to Resign?;
MacMillan Next?;
Those are Rumors
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP) -The
Daily Express said today that
ailing prime Minister Sir An
thony Eden's stock "has reached
a critical point" and the feeling
in Parliamentary circles Is that
Via mov raeirrrt "almsiaf at nnos
lib innj Atrsysgas muivov caw unv,"-.
' Express political correspon correspondent
dent correspondent Derek Marks said in a
front-page article that "It can cannot
not cannot be concealed that there is
massive criticism of him (Eden)
in the Tory party" for taking an
urgently-needed holiday in Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica at this critical time.
"The feeling in Westminster is
that he will return as Prime
Minister but may resign almost
at once," the Express said. It
added that Chancellor of the
Exchequer Harold MacMillan
was at present considered "the
only alternative Prime Minis Minister."
ter." Minister." The Express story was not re
flected by Other British papers
today.
Special Leqion
Program On CFN
A special American Legion
program will be presented to tonight
night tonight at 8:30 by CFN -TV, it was
announced today.
Jack O'Connell. president of
Legion Post No. 1, will be the
speaker.

1

PC Xmas Hangover Cure: Paycheck

The Canal's payroll personnel will have to put in some
Christmas weekend overtime, bat employes will not get an
early Christmas pay check this year. It just couldnt be
done.
Balboa Heights sources revealed today that the extra
Christmas Eve holiday employee are receiving this year
will make It Impossible to pay anyone ss early as Dec. 21
(a Friday), which is the last working day before Christmas.
Instead, employes wiU be paid on Dee. 20, the day after
Christmas.
The overtime will be required to make It possible for
checks te come through on the Dec. 26. Otherwise, at the
normal speed, they might be delayed a day or two because
of the holiday.
Canal employes will have ene more payday before
Christmas. Payments will start Dee. II for the previous
work period.

Quit Suez

Evacuation

Gathers

Fear Reprisals

LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP)

mustering an evacuation fleet in Port Said today, but
warned that no troops will leave until full Au

withdrawal have been worked out with United Nations

teaaers.
Troopships and landing

converged on the Allied beachhead in Egypt to carry out
the Anglo-French promise to withdraw from the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
"All preliminary moves are being made in anticipa-
ZIJS' ,fljd a spoiwmz
start&
tween British Lt. Gen. Sir Huah Stoclcw.ll SETA

Gen. E.
L. M. Burns on the
Preparations for an Anirin
French withdrawal avnnspH a
larm among foreign residents of
run oaia, wno are not certain
that U.N. forces will be able to
protect them against violent E-
Kypuan reprisals.
More
Frnc
Uteeks
from the city, and the V.S.
consulate was reported ready
to advise American residents
to leave.
Stockwell and Burns will mf
in rors oaia 10 aiscusx details
oi me withdrawal.
The British eeneral said tHav
he believes he will be able to t
the troops out "In a dignified
and orderly wav" in two to three
weeks.
Other develonmenta affectinir
the Middle East today included:
i. A statement by informed
sources in Amman that the A A-rab
rab A-rab world is organizing all avail available
able available resources to frustrate a re
ported U.N. "conspiracy" to ln-
(.ernauonauze tne Oaza Strip,
conquered by Israel in the re recent
cent recent fighting. These sources-said
the Arabs want the Oaza Strip
returned to Egypt.
i. A denial bv Turkish deferiM
minister Sheml Efirin of rennrt.
that two Turkish battalions have
oeen sent to Iraq to help pre
serve order.
n a .
. nil orner nv Kwm on an.
thorltles in Port Said' forhiddina-
local shopkeepers to cooperate
mm me Anglo-French occupa occupation
tion occupation forces, who Jailed three
merchants for refusing to open
meir snops.
DOG GONE!
Treala, you've been a
naughty dog; but all will be
forgiven if you go home im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Independence has Its place,
Treala, and even If you are
six months old, weigh 30
pounds and look mature In
your coat of black and tan,
that doesn't justify Jumping
from your master's car and
disappearing.
Ma; be Panama looked at attractive
tractive attractive at 7 o'clock last
night, or maybe It was the
Canal Zone. In any event,
neither the Zone police nor
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Duns Duns-comb
comb Duns-comb can find you.
If you have difficulty dial dialing
ing dialing 2-6304, hop in a taxi and
tell the man to take you to
Ancon's Fishbowl area. Your
family is waiting. .-

than 1500 Brilms.

bmtr at

Fleet

Civilians

- Britain and France beaaii
craft from Malta and Pvimi
timing of the movement.'
Egyptian information minister
Hassan Lutfi aaM the.
people will not cease their resls resls-Sgone'nU1
Sgone'nU1 resls-Sgone'nU1 thC lMt Krewr
4. An announcement in Rot Rotterdam
terdam Rotterdam that Dutch
wi salvage experts
ivr ron SOM ;
Ut the- jat.
blocked Suer.
25? or Burns' internation-
ai police lorce" a rea4
movln .into Port Said and S
" pwunsuia ready to replaci
withdrawing BritWlc7j3
Israeli forces.
Guy Mollet Gets
Icy Reception
For Suez Deal
PARIS' Dec. 4 (UP) The
joint Franco-British decision to
pull out of Egypt "forthwith"
got an icy reception here today
and Premier Guy Mollet's poli political
tical political life appeared to be In fresh
danger.
National assembly deputies
on the left, right snd center
viewed yesterday's troop eva evacuation
cuation evacuation announcement as lit little
tle little more than an epitaph for
a diplomatic and military ven venture
ture venture that was bungled from
start to finish.
iuPa!2Lamentarlans gossiping in
the Chamber corridors bitterly
rebuked the Mollet government
for Its "impotence" and refer refer-"d
"d refer-"d Foreign (Minister Chris Christian
tian Christian Pineau's troop withdrawal
onSBSK5.-M "cwtlflcat
Even members of Mollet's cab cabinet
inet cabinet made no secret of their
feelings that Mollst and pinera
bowed to the United Nation's
withdrawal demand with insuf insufficient
ficient insufficient guarantees of free navi navigation
gation navigation of the Sues Canal.
Greek Chief Visib
Tito to Talk Peace
As (old War Rears
BELGRADE, Dee. 4 (UP)
Greek Premier Konstantin Ka Ka-ramanHs
ramanHs Ka-ramanHs arrives here today
for four days of intensive talks
with Marsha Tito on strength,
ening the Balkan alliance fat
tht face of a renewed cold
war.
Tito invited Karamanlis an
Greek Foreign Minister Evange.
los Averoff to Belgrade after
the first chilling breaths of re
newed Soviet hostility made de desirable
sirable desirable a reactivation of thej
Yugoslav Greek Turkish alli
ance. iae paci nas oeen dor dormant
mant dormant and dying for several
years now as the Greek-Turkish
dispute over Cyprus waxed hot hotter.
ter. hotter. Those years were also the tlmsj
of a new soviet friendship cam campaign
paign campaign towards Marshal Tito, cli climaxed
maxed climaxed last year by the sensa sensational
tional sensational pal -making visit here of
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgama
snd Communist chief Nikita
Khrushchev.

Vill leave

adjacent to the new Paraiso 1 ready tor use mucn oetore tne ena'denu 10 me new piani.
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN JV'DITENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. I95t

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

HO eueniD Y TM1 MMM AMERICAN NW, INC

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Starting Unarmed. They Fought the Red Army to a Standstill In .

twit tt TOUt FOUUM TH1 MA QMS OWN COLUMN
THE MAU BOX
Tks Mstf tM k eses fsntsj tm t4tn sf Tke Panama Amsrkee
Isttsn an receives snHiCuUy or handled in s wholly confidifttial
It m to stilt MH s hittc) doa't ho impohaal K H doesn't appeal Mm
seat r Uitsn or sssllasod i th Sfdor receive.
PMMJMi tr is keep the letter limited to on pes leneth.
NkNltity si letter writer it held m itnctett tontidenee.

Tea ntwseper snamoa ss rstpeataSitily tor atatsmenta si

M rattan trem reader.

Sir:

OLD TIMERS' COMMY PRIVILEGES

Of the (about) 25,000 American citizens (that is US citizens)
who wowed on consuucnon of tne r-anama canal (lbu4 to lain,
there remain in Manama only eight Ut) men and three (3)
widows, Tne ages oi tnese men run from about 75 to 85 years.
All hope to live through i-resiaent dc ia Ouaraia'i administra administration,
tion, administration, but "time marcnes on," and actuaries' tables are discourag discouraging.
ing. discouraging. The United States, through appreciation of President Teddy
Roosevelt, gave such construction period men as completed, two
years service ion lsthmusj a Bronze Medai, witn an aaded bar
for each additional two years service.
Panama in a magnificent gesture In 1936 gave to such of
these, construction workers as desired to live in Panama toutsiae
Canal itiohej the privilege of buying in Canal aone Commissaries
(ana bringing same into Panama) in an amount not exceeding
one-ohiia oi amount of money they received as retirement pay
from t anama canal service.
Of such construction tune workers there. now remain only
eigh as aoove. Later, Panama extended tnis privilege to otner
retireu parsons, but ne original gesture wis to the men wno
consuaueu your canal.
ine unitea States, in 1944, again remembered the men who
served the bnited States andn Panama in construction days, by
gran i jig them an annuity in casn to those who served not less
.. .,.. ill nniH'nnhnn tisori hprivren 1004 anii 1914.

Ine United States has not withdrawn either of the above-
vianritiil of construction, but

we have been made heart-sick by the apparently well-founded
a. .41 t. .l I Ail tUio nhill'ICIK

rumor tnat tne uovernmeni oi rnm win uuw w

ed privuege so magiuuccuMj ciwiuu
hy every president since that time.
This' cancellation Is said to be set for effect at end of
December, 1955, even though most these men have authority
orders from Panama Customs Chwf extending up to late in 1957
The little. group, (not yet retired) that sort of sponsors this
communication, does so on behalf of these "Vanishing Amer Americans"
icans" Americans" of construction, but not at their request, nor with their
knowledge, because they are too bewildered to look beyond the
tunnini Christmas present they are about to receive which will
make the ,worst Christmas they ever knew. MAaA
We believe the trouble camp when Panama extended this
commissary privilege to others than the gringo construction
wwkm It this small remainder of eight men were only ones
Srned we have no doubt they would still receive that gracl-
PMSu?"nVhopePfsnthatyou bring this matter to attention of
the Honorable President of Panama, in the hope that he win
continue this commissary privilege to these "anclanos" of con con-Sxurtion
Sxurtion con-Sxurtion davs for at least the year 1957, in order to give them
ECFo think of their future-wqnich God knows is all too short.
If it so happens the proposed cancellation Is promulgated
before you could act on this prayer, it still would be time be before
fore before Christmas to give that life-giving Christmas present to
these "tnclanos." u,
SAN ANTONIO HaWEE t R
w'
I was shocked to learn of the death of Antonio Arias, son
of Harmodio Arias, the editor gnd owner of this paper, a valu valuable
able valuable friend to all and a credit to his country.
Panama has lost a man who will be missed both in and out
of his country. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the fam family
ily family in their bereavement. ...
I have always liked The Panama American, and consider

ed it-one of the best run newspapers oouin oi uw
Plane accidents are too numerous all over the world and
are getting worse all the time.
Corey gpt his buck the first day of the deer season, Was
out on a 33,000 acre ranch and pot a buck to be seen plenty
of deer, 17 hunters and only four bucks. Called back to work
today but hopes to make It before the end of the year.
The road building estimated at $14 billion dollars is on and
some people are wondering where the cash Is coming from. A
few more oil wells in the tldelands, a c3nt,,more for gas. That's
the way John D. Rockefeller (call me JohnnyJ did It, and it
worked. Seems we need something for our last week's death
toll on the Texas roads a total of 32 reported.
Years ago a friend of mine said he wouldn't use gas for It
was too dangerous. Now he says he wouldn't use anything else
if it ws free.
Seems like there will be no let up In vegetables and fruit
this year. Canteloupes haven't let up since they came on the
1 market last May and we are flooded with apples that look good,
i but I can only eat them cooked.
I began searching for information on what we have on
Texas Highways and the last report 854 roadside parks with
table seats and a cooking furnace all made of concrete. All
ready to cook and eat If you can furnish the food and wood
to cook -it.

Wonder they didn't put in gas.

THE GLORIOUS, DEADLY ADVENTURE
OF HUNGARY'S FREEDOM FIGHTERS
This l-was-there story of Hungary's indomitable Freedom Fighters, told by one of them, will take the place
of our regular columns for the next few days. As he explains, 'Arpad Hazafi" is not the writer's own name, but
the story he tells is his own, and that of his friends. It was supplied, to us by the United States Information
Service. The pictures accompanying it are also Hazafi's. :"

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WASHINGTON The White to lower tht voting age to 18 la
House has been tiked to decide aoruiern suites awl uiote border border-waeuier
waeuier border-waeuier a Mosieui mosque snail ing the Mason-Dixon Lirr.
be included in the Christmas dis- viOf surveys snow that the 18 18-p,ay
p,ay 18-p,ay behind the White House this year-olds, who can vote is Ken
year. Uucxy, gave tne Kepublicans their
several clergymen, among them margin of victory in that state,
the President's own Presbyterian Other surveys snow that 18-to-21-pastor,
Ilev. Edward Eison, have year-olds elsewhere lean toward
maintained that since Dec. 25 is the Republican Party,
the birthday of Christ and since As a result, GOP chairman Lao
the Moslem religion battled a-jHati has passed tne word to xey
gainst Christianity for centuries, 1 Republicans to campaign for low
the inclusion of a mosque, if not ering the voting age la northern
sacrilegious, certainly is not in' and border states,
keeping with the Christmas cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. AIR CREDIT CARDS
The Christmas Pageant of
Peace, one of the most beautiful The Civil Aeronautics Bosrd
in the nation, has been staged ev- mignt well take anotner look at the
ery year on The Ellipse, the park credit-card regulations of the na na-im
im na-im mediately south of the White uon s amines'.
House. I Unlike other businesses, the air-
Here are arrayed hot only the linesrequire applicants for ensrge
giant Christmas tree lighted each accounts to deposit 8425 befoif
year bv the President, but also mey can receive air-travel cards.

live reindeer brought from Santa This has snowballed over the

Chus, N.Y., together wltft a repu-, years into a higmysprofitabie pro pro-ca
ca pro-ca of the stable in Bethlehem. position, for the deposits reach in in-One
One in-One of the most important fea- t0 the minions, amounting to a vir vir-tures
tures vir-tures is a series of pagents in tual inetrest-f reeolan for the air
which the embassies of every na- carriers.
tion are invited to portray either As of last June 30, American Au

the Christmas spirit or the spirit lines enjoyed the free use of a cool

of peace.

CLERGY OBJECT

Last year when the Pakistani

89,383,150 advanced to it by credit credit-card
card credit-card noloers.
Eastern Air Lines could play a a-round
round a-round with an extra 4,u&V4u,
while T ATA and United Air Lines

Embassy contributed a mosque held $o,2l,Dbi) and 5,5750 rs rs-there
there rs-there was some objection from lo- spectively.
cal clergy. This year their objec-i ,Ui me 13 so-called "truck"
tions are stronger. Some have e- imes na(j $26,322,962 at their dis-

ven suggested mat oniy posai, every penny aavancea oy

ntrips should narticipate

However, Edward Carr, the pa
Wntir ex-oresident of the Wash

ington Board of Trade who ongi-

credit-card holders who received

no interest wnatsoever tor extend extending
ing extending the loan.

1 he deposit idea was concociea

SIXTY THOUSAND STUDENTS gather at the Ben Statue' in Budapest on the afternoon of Oct. 23 to dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate peacefully against Soviet control of their country, and in sympathy with the Poles. In the back background
ground background is the foreign ministry building.

By ARPAD HAZAFI
I SAW FREE RISE FROM THE
ASHfcs Or O.vii'UNISM iri
HUNGARY A FREEDOM
"1 HA 1" BLAZED BrtlGHILY
FOR TWELVE DAYS BEFORE
SOVIET TANKS ANU iAuura
SNUFFED OUT ITS FLAME. I
HAD KNOWN NOTHING BUT
SAW YOUNG PEOPLE WHO
LIFE UNDER COMMUNISM
AND tO V li T CONTROL OF

1 He ll COJ..TKY, GIV

Moscow and an economic policy
designed to raise Hungarian living
standards. He was "rehabilitated"
in August 1956)
7. A public trial of Mihaly Far Far-kas,
kas, Far-kas, former Minister of Defense,
and of Matyas Rakosi, the ousted

"Let Hungary have independ- us at the Petofl monument, on the
encc!" west side of the Danube River. The
"Get Rakosi before a court!" cadets of the Petofi Officers'
"Return Imre Nagy to the gov- School also were present,
eminent
"Solidarity with the Polish peo- Imre Sinkovits, a young actor,

pie! declaimed the Nemzeti Dal ( 'Na

bu-uimst Party boss During the forenoon we heard tlonal Song,") the poetic ode to his 7 JuTi,

election witn tnat the Minister ot internal At-, homeland written by Sandor Feto,"'" :

8. A secret general

more than one party

national resources

10. Revision of the workers' out.

THEIR-LIVES FOR A FREE- -put norms and recognition of the

DUrti AbuU ( WHICH 1 He
THEY HAD ONLY HEARD.

9. The reorganization of Hunga- sities that the demonstrations

rv s economy oasea on ner actual couia not pe neia

fairs had sent word to the univer- fi, a hero of the 19th century. With

At that moment BOdattCat stu

dents had to decide whether the
traditional Hungarian dssire for
freedom wat greater than their
fear of the hated Soviet-controlled
Hungarian secret p 0 1 i c s
(AVH).

Peter Kucka, the Communist

tears m our eyes,

with the actor the refrain,

workers' risht to striKe

11. Revision of the communist
system of compulsory agricultural

nnshorf t th limit. f 12. Eaual rights for individual

drao existence unuer communism farmers and cooperative members poet who Was silenced during the
io j, ni. i .1 i j 13. Restoration of Hungary's tra-'i Rakosi resimi for eriticiaina it.

Mims in a rioinoraia hM tn nana in ditional national emblem and the spoke for the students and said who wear ar

freedom for our country traditional Hungarian army uni'the demonstration would takej ttratlon Is pi

l saw the freedom revolution in "wins

4. uesiruciion oi uit giauii ow ow-lin
lin ow-lin statue
Later a 15th point, solidarity

with the national movement in Po

"Eskuszunk, eskuszunk, hogy
rabok tovabb hem leszunk."
"("We swear, we swear, we no
longer will remain slaves.")

ZITiu nii nn hix own money for Wnr World War II. when many

the Pageant of Peace, felt tnat une, were subsidized and probamy
peace must be universal, not con-i needed the extra money. The giro,
fined to one religion. micx received the cab's sancaon
He argued that the spirit of an(j nas remained on the books ev ev-rhrisinas
rhrisinas ev-rhrisinas had come to include .ince

world brotherhood and peace oni Not airlines claim they
earth, rather than merely the eel- advance bigger chunxs of month month-ebration
ebration month-ebration of Christ's birthday. Ijy credit to charge-account hold-
The Pakistani Embassy a 1 s o ers tnan most otner businesses,
pointed out that "Ist'am" the wordhence mugt require deposits from
on the miniature mosque wmcn caranoWers- However, tne system
they wanted to exhibit, means discriminates against the little
"Peace." guy. A corporation can easily af-
At a meeting of embassy repre- ford the deposit; the average

sentatives, Chun rranna-yma- citi2en sometimes can't.

na of Thailand got uPnano ..
"My country is Thailand. She is
not Christian. We cannot put up a
MO hut we will have our symbol

at the Pageant. So there."
Among others Carf consumed
Rev. Eison, the President's pas-

esrchr rt CHICAGO (UP) Railroad.

deoloev and feature the Nativity, are making their equipment eas eas-rtaSd
rtaSd eas-rtaSd not favor non Christian ler to see at night as psrt of a
He dia Bin L-... vmAnm oolhainne with

lvgiauL w
automobiles.
Western and midwestern rail railroads,
roads, railroads, guided by a study at Iowa
stat Colleee. have been putting

to' KamF president Shem.njl.rge seOsytiv. eniblw.. and let let-A.ra
A.ra let-A.ra Adams has had a lot Of ters on' their cars and crossing

Railroad Cars Made
Easier To See

The student voices are terrify

ing yet elevating. No policeman

n.,t Hiii tint co as far as

lt v. V..

ministers wno waweu

we repeated! BU"ur.. tris altoflcthar

iwii-umh. a-a

Adams. 7 tJ

thorny promems io ueciu.
frnm this one.

His decision was in Javor oi

world peace

signs.

Railrnarls rjarticiDSting U tKe

. i m t

broader rUon gurling.

u -uL rwl. .i-i.i..j I mas. iNon-unru.

bVfh.y;unfl-pWp..',..ve

"Pop" Wright

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Hungary!

How did the Hungarian freedom
rebellion begin? How did a peace peaceful
ful peaceful demdnsu'alion oi sympathy
with the people of Poland, who had
wnn snmr measure nf calf-rum

from Moscow, change into a revo-!of tne nated Soviet-controUed Hun-

iution against communism and a-i garian secret, police was auueu

gainst aoviei control oi Hungary i

place

At 2 p.m. the regime told the
students gathered at the Technolo Technological
gical Technological University that the Interior

Minister had decided to "permit

land, was added to the list. Still I the demonstrations. The students

mbads. The demon-

peaceful and orderly.

The demonstration at the Petofi

Monument has ended, and still we

attend.

NO NIWS SPIES

American newsmen are

consl-

have not had enongn o; the inac-l .; in-the-neck at the De
customed taste of freedom of ex- Jf SSent, but at least

nresnion.

least

cn across t ie . j r

. ... .. .u. j: 1...: j : j. i . thov r noi accuacu u

self-ruie i later anoiner point me uissuiuuuu were warnea agamsi excesses, unain Dnoge over tne uanuoe to r-s cens0rship on mere

wni'pvpr : ttt khiq cino m inn mrr v ,.

I wined the student demonstra

te day was bright and clear, itions in early afternoon at KaKoc

We are heading for the statue

Earlv in the forenoon the universi- zi Sauare and Museum Ring. As nf .losef Hem. the Polish eeneral

get their arms? How is It Dossi- V students began marchin? spon-iwe marched the few clocks to the j who led Hungary's army in the
. i ... 1L. i f Oi.J. n.lAli MAM.MnHf nnA MAM 1 n.n t. 1 1 .1.

Die to light heavy tanks w i t h neou5v ou 1,16 BlrcBls Ul renni uiuuuuicui, wwc aim nv.c pni.nrry s low revou asainsi me

small arms

Paradoxical as it may sound,
Stalin himself forecast the free free-aim
aim free-aim reoe ton In Hungary. In ous
f the works of the bloody-handed
dictator v.a ra.'d: "A rsvo u-

tion can only break out whsrs a
revolutionary sou aireaay ex exists."
ists." exists." All the seeds were in the "revo "revolutionary
lutionary "revolutionary soil" in Hungary the
people's biuerness, tire accumula accumulation
tion accumulation of more than a decade of ter terror
ror terror and dictatorship, the prosppct
of ai equally hopeless future, the
constant lies by the leaders, the
disregard for public opinion, the
comp ete aonv of the economic
situation. All these elements were
smoldering in the individual, wait waiting
ing waiting for the spark to set them a a-biaze.
biaze. a-biaze. This was the "revolutiona "revolutionary
ry "revolutionary soil," wet by tears and blood,
which produced a freedom rebel rebellion.
lion. rebellion.
TUESDAY, OCT. 25T
9 w
Although no newspaper or ra radio
dio radio had mentioned it, everyone

in Budapest knsw that a student i
demonstration was scheduled for I
3 o'clock in His afternoon st the j
Petofi rv'wme'rt in Petofi j
Square, on His backs of His Da-
ni'b.
Before dawn on that morning,'
the wai's B"dapet were plus-,
tered with leaflets listing 14 de-mar-ds
nnssed by univerrtv stu students
dents students of the city the night before, j
(Tp M demands
1. Withdrawal of Soviet troops
from Hunpary
2. Complete economic and poli political
tical political eomlity with the Soviet U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, with no interference in Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's 'iternal affair
3. Publication' of H u n g a r y's
trade agreements and rub'ic an announcement
nouncement announcement of Hungary's repara reparations
tions reparations o the USSR
4. Information about Hungary's
uranium resources, the'r exololta exololta-tion
tion exololta-tion and concessions given to the
USSR
5. The calling of a Hungarian
CnronvinM Party congress to elect
new leadership
6. A rn'iuff'ing of the govern government
ment government with Imre Nagy as leader.
(Editor's note: Ns"v, who wi
ousted in April 1955 for "anti "anti-Msrxist
Msrxist "anti-Msrxist fTitr-ist) lenins and
right wing deviationism," stood
for greater independence from

pest, stopping all traffic

The placards they carried voic

ed thoughts which until then we

young people joined us.

While we marched down

midddi'e of the street, but in order

Hamburg monarchs. The revolt

the was also suonressed with the aid

had dared express only to the im- ly lines, bystanders on the side-

mediate members of our tamity
and not even In every family.

They said

"Out with the Russians!

of Russian troops.

walk waved to us and cheered us
on. Some joined the marching! (Arpad Haiafi's diary of a
youth. i Freedom Fighter will continue
Ry 3 p.m. there were 25,000 of in this space tomorrow).

LJzjgi npew m

Stone Rings

Specially priced just
in time for Christmas
shoppers! Rings for
men and women!
Birthstones, cultured
pearls, even a few
with diamonds!

! routine information been so tight
1 Li..,., unnroosr T.o Mar

in wasninBiuu. "u 7
gus, former publisher of the Tuc Tucson
son Tucson Da.ly Citizen and of the Bak
ersti.lti Csllfornian, now daprty
for Pentagon press Rations anal anally
ly anally admitted to tLe Moss Commit,
tee on Press Censorship thai at
least newsmen were not Pi08-
"D-j you know oi any lnstarcc
where an American WJ8
been convicted of esoionage?
asked John T. Mitchell, counsel
for the Moss Committee on iress
Censorship. ,1T
"No," replied Hargus, "I once
made a study of that and have
found no such cases.
TEEN-AGE VOTERS
It hasn't been advertised, but
the Republican National Commit Committee
tee Committee has started a quiet camP"

ty Council, more than 1,200 mo motorists
torists motorists were killed last year in
rrnmtintf collisions.

A study by Iowa State College's

driver training latwraiory snowed
that the incidence of such colli colli-ainna
ainna colli-ainna involving the darkened

sections of trains behind the loco-

motives was about eigni ames
htoW at niflht than in daylight.

ttofwtive material being used

v,., th r.iirnads reflects the head

lights of approaching cars and

can scru iuwb vm

i .im iicinn 11 n

I IT III I Hill UOIUS. v.w

hs the most extensive program

It has reflectorized 5,000 box ears.

numerous wariung wsus

new passenger trams.

FASTI R AND FASTER

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21
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 19541

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAOR THNffi

Shamrock Outlaws Surrender
After 12-Hour Gun Battle

A couple of weeks ago, there
was a big understanding. Two
of the senior cheerleaders were
suspended from the cheering
squad. To give you what was the
circumstances, I'd like to bor borrow
row borrow some information written
up in our school paper, the Par Par-rakeet.
rakeet. Par-rakeet. The two girls were previously
told that if cheerleaders ran on onto
to onto the field to congratulate the
team on a victorious game, they
would have to forfeit two future
games. Therefore, the two girls
were suspended due to a viola violation
tion violation of instructions and the stu student
dent student body's running on the
field didn't enter into it. How

ever, the decision to suspend the
two cheerleaders has been re revoked.
voked. revoked. This and many otbr subjects
were brought up at a special
meeting of the Student Council.
Many people and students won wonder
der wonder what was wrong with run running
ning running out onto the Held. The
principal felt the same desire to

go out and congratulate the
team and did so along with the
studetns. When asked if it would
be permissible again, he tried to
make his feelings and those of
the faculty clear to the stu students.
dents. students. The one and very effective
way is to cheer your very hard hardest
est hardest and at the shooting of the
gun all join in gloriously on the
elnelng of the Alma Mater.
Sharon Devore gave a well well-done
done well-done pep rally preceding our
second basketball game. We had
n extra special reason to show
our spirit. There were several
students visiting from Cristobal
and we wanted to show them
what our school could do in the
line of spirit and give the loud loudest
est loudest cheers possible.
Mr. Musselman's speech class
very effectively portrayed the
doings of the students during a

pep raiiy. several or tne ideas
portrayed were doin ghomework,
passing notes to each other and
primping. But, of course, there
was the one representing the
students who were cheering. Let
us take heed and show that we
are not as the speech class por portrayed.
trayed. portrayed. STUDENT SPOTLIGHT
Thi wpk the .tnnt.llo-M 1s fo

cused on bur SA vice president,
Don Ryter. There is and old say saying
ing saying that little things add up.

jon is me man in our sa who
loes'lsll thVIMie thttffcs which
tdd nn in ft irrrftr.?U "tlnn f.t

another native and arrived here

Lon March 21, 1940.

All Of Don's nastlmM anri

' hobbies add up to sports. He has
lettered In swimmintr W Ik nn

of the fastest swimmers jon the
Zone. He is our junior torpedo.

e nas piayea rootbau both on
Junior varsity and varsity. He
has nlaved inninr vnrslfv fcoe-

ketball two years and varsity

baseball durine his sonhomore

year.
TVin 1n1iir1 Mm lin i

, '"J -." liD 111 iUU L"
ball this vear wliirh terminate

J ""w vvi iiutiuui u
his playing for the season. Don

was president or the freshman
Class and vicp nreslrienf. nf tVi

aophomore class. He has been

ouite a worker in the committee
line. He has worked on the
sophomore Inaugural dance and
the junior class ring. Don plans
to be a college go-er but where where-and
and where-and what field he intends to

Biaior in is still nnnWirfpH T of

us wish Don and His SA work

wi greatest or luck.

SHAMROCK, Tex.. Dec. 4 fUP)-

iwo outlaws who killed one man
and wounded two others and then
held a posse of ISO officers from
two states at bay for 12 hours:
lost their battle yesterday. One out outlaw
law outlaw was dead and the other sur surrendered.
rendered. surrendered. Officers on horseback led by a
pack of blood hounds captured the
surviving member of the gun gun-fighting
fighting gun-fighting duo at dawn. The shiver shivering
ing shivering 20-year-old youth threw down
his 30-30 caliber rifle when a
group of Texas sheriffs and a Tex-

as Rangers cornered mm in a ra ravine.
vine. ravine. The leader of the two killers
was slain by bullets in a wild ex exchange
change exchange of shots in the lonely
thickets of the Texas Panhandle
last night.
Officers believed that Junior

Bard Myers, 32, wanted for bank

robbery and assault witn intent to

California Leads
Slates In Growing
Of Vegetables

murder, was felled m an exchange CHICAGO (UP) The Bu Bu-of
of Bu-of shots that also killed Victor Lee reau of Census of the U.S. Depart Depart-Stephens,
Stephens, Depart-Stephens, 19, who had joined the met of Commerce recently
posse on his fathers ranch. released its 1954 figures on who
The surviving outlaw was Man-grow, the most of what kind of
tif ted as Jim Vhiteard of phoenix,: vegetables and where.

Of the 100 1 e a d i n g vegetable
counties in the United States, 21
were in California, 12 in Florida,
and eight each in New York, Tex Texas
as Texas and Wisconsin.

It's Unbearable
New York Sez
Anti-Bearers

ALBANY, N. Y. (UP) The
Adirondack black bear has some something
thing something in common with automobiles
in New York state. He's being
tagged and part of him is getting
a new paint job.
The Conservation Department is
out to determine the migratory
habits of the animals and also to
keep them away from north coun country
try country dumps where they congregate.
The men trap and tag the bears
and haul them off to distant parts

ot tne woods, believing the burly
bruins are getting too close to
civilization for comfort.
In some areas, notably Fourth
Lake, the bears nightly attract
huge crowds during their forays
to the village dump.

Ariz., a half-brother of Myers.

The battle in the Panhandle
eruopted when officers cornered
the two men in a thicket off of

U. S. Highway 66 after an Okla-
hrlMft A Am 1 1 r c nfitt n4 Tku m m

deputy sheriff were wounded when .ToP grower of vegetables of all
they tried to stop the outlaws' kinds, in both acreage and value
speeding car. 01 the produce sold, was Monterey
County, Calif. That county pro pro-1
1 pro-1 The gunmen cut loose on Depu-jduced $33,000,000 worth of vege vege-ty
ty vege-ty Marvin Skinner at Texola, tables in 1954.
I Okla., when he tried to stop them
after they sideswiped another1 Second in acreage planted in

au- vegetables was Hidalgo County,
Skinner was struck in the neck Texas, with 98,400 acres. Some
but was not seriously wounded. 27,000 acres of this total were
Skinner radioed ahead and planted in tomatoes, giving the
Shamrock Deputy Mannon Nix county the lead in tomato produc produc-and
and produc-and deputy Luke Henley spotted tion. About 5,000 acres were in
the speeding car. They were fired cabbage, making it the second
on and Nix was hit in the arm. largest cabbage-producing county.
Officers threw up roadblocks The leading cabbage county
and the desperadoes abandoned, was Cameron County, Texas,
their auto and took to the brush. More than 7,000 acres of cabbage
Law officers from all of the sur- were planted there
rounding counties and bordering pim Beach County Fla was
Oklahoma joined in and threw a 'the leading county in' sweet corn
cordon around the area. The ex- acreage in 1954, with 17,352 acres,
change of gunfire with the out-Columbia County, Wis., was sec sec-faws
faws sec-faws was interrupted only by 0nd.
darkness. It was in this battle in green peas, Umatilla County,
tUn( daiimM CiAnhans lime- 1-11 n1 ...

ui jwui .jicijucus mucu. ure., loox nrst place, followed by
Aftiore ure iTaH until A n urn 1iir.li- in n ' ...

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C47 flew over and dropped flares

ithat lighted the countryside.
When dawn came five officers
on horseback moved into the area
jled by the pack of bloodhounds.
The dogs quickly picked up the

scent of Whiteard and led the of
ficers to him.

Jammed Accelerator

With Young Driver

A Dangerous Combo

WINDSOR. Cnnti TW A tiros

An automobile with a' jammed

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ureas Of ohurrnonflrc ot tn

an hour Sunday but the 17-year-old

irrnriver, using the horn as a

warning, nnaiiy baited the ma machine
chine machine without injuring anyone.
For three or four minutes over
a five-block area Mice r..nki.

- .,1,00 ljriiuua
Moraa clung to the wheel. She

tola ner 14-year-old brother David
beside her, "I can't stop the car.
We're going to get killed."
Cynthia, who rcrnntlv

School driving course, drove onto

an espianaae to BVOla pedestrians
nd kept her horn blowing. She
turned off the lenition hut th par

'. did not stop.

Then she lammed the car into

reverse, awervine ami striking a

ear operated by Albert Turgeon,

7. uotn cars halted and the
drivers stepped out unharmed.
But Cynthia's engine was still
running and her car hpean mov

ing again, pushing the other

ahead in a circle at about 20
miles an hour. Policeman Robert
Christensen ran after it and. after

circling four times, opened the
V.. J J I 1 ...i I

nuuu ami rippeu uui some wires,
Raiting the machine.
Policeman William Vannie said,
"That girl did a terrific job. It

was like riding a bucking bronco.
It's a miracle no one was hurt."

By Cattin' Round,
He Cot Into A Jam
MADISON Wis fTTPi a

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Cat Savp strav Mariinon Ana,

few days' respite.
William Best, city dog catcher,
tried to put a big, red tomcat in
his truck. The cat scratched him
severelv and hit him An Krtf h

hands.

A squad car took Best to a hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Doctors told him to forego
work for a few days.

Boys Help Father
Find Dinousaur
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) -Patrolman
William Br a u c h e r
could hardly believe his eyes as
he drove to work.
He saw a woman using her two
sons as markers to. indicate the

space in which persons taking a
test for a driver's license must
park.

The boys were standing six feet

out from the curb, 22 feet apart,
and their mother was attemotinc

to back into the snace thev

marked off. And father was stand.

ing on the curb, directing the operation.

Mrs. Pgh, Uh?
Well, It Fits
MADISON. Wis. (IIP Th

Wisconsin division of the Ameri-

can automobile Association came
to the aid of a woman who was
really in distress.
A shunk had perfumed her
car.
Mrs. Nola Pgh called the AAA
and was directed to a Milwaukee
fumigator. The fumigator said it
was a rather unusual request but

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19St
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FIRST LADY AT BANK OPENING Mrs-Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., wife of the President of
Panama is shown at far right as she toasts the success of the Banco Nacional at its Inaugu Inauguration
ration Inauguration Friday. Mrs. Gladys Strunz and Mrs. Maria Obarrio are show with the First Lady.

GOVERNOR AND MRS. POTTER WILL BE FETED
BY ITALIAN AMBASSADOR AND MRS. MOSCATI
The Italian Ambassador Dr. Rleardo Moscatl and Mrs. Mosca Mosca-tl
tl Mosca-tl have issued invitations to a buffet-supper to be held tomorrow
niRht at the Italian Embassy.
Guests of honor will be the Governor of the Canal Zone and

Mrs. wuuam t. rouer.

DAR Member Will
Hold Christum
Luncheon At Tivoli
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolu Revolution,
tion, Revolution, will hold a Christmas lunch lunch-con
con lunch-con on Saturday, Dec. 15. The
runcheon, to be followed by a gen gen-rl
rl gen-rl husinoss meeting, will be held

at 12:15 p.m. in the Garden Room!
of the Tivoli Guest House1.
- Members and their guests are',
"inviled to attend, as well as ladies!
resident in Panama and the Canal

Zone who are eligible to join the

u.a.h. J
For reservations, call -the Re Regent,
gent, Regent, Mrs. Jens Nilsen, Balboa

3612, or the Secretary, Mrs. Ben
Smith, Balboa 4134, on or before
Monday, Dec. 10.

Mr. And Mrs. Daniel
Celebrate 10th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Daniel of
Bella Vista will celebrate their
10th wedding anniversary tomorrow.

Mr. Daniel is the Administrative
Director of C.A.M. which is the

Roads, Airport and Docks Divi

sion attached to Panama's Depart Department
ment Department of Public Works.
Kenny Kline
Celebrates
12th Birthday
Kenny Kline celebrated his 12th
birthday Sunday with a party giv given
en given by his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F Kline at their home in

Golf Heights.

The guests enjoyed a barbecue
and games. The highlight of the
party was a performance by the

'Yo-Yo Man from El Panama Ho

tel."

Now Year's Party
Planned Per Member
Of Amador Open Mots

The Fort Amador Officers' Open

Mess is sponsoring its usual New
Years Celebration this year with
festivities and dancing to continue
until approximately 4 a.m. Jan. 1.

alatOTtSBMRMHISNHaaaUBafc I
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JOHN STUCCHIO, JR.

FOR A THRIFTY CHOICE,
PICK FRESH PORK SHOULDER
By GAYNOR MADDOX, ...
NBA Food and Markets Editor
For economy and convenience
select a fresh pork shoulder butt.
You can count on three or four
different dinners from it.
The whole fresh pork shoulder
butt is a nearly boneless cut,

about 5 to 7 pounds. Have it cut
in easy-to-use portions. Or cut it
easily at home using a sharp

Knife.
Cut across the roast to divide
v, into two pieces. Use the piece
from the larger end with the bone

for roasting. The remaining part

of the butt is solid meat. From it

you can cut boneless pork steaks

bout V4-inch thick. These are ex excellent
cellent excellent to braise just like pork
chops.
Cut the remaining boneless

pork into thin strips for chop
suey, dice it for casseroles, or

grind it for a meat loaf or patties.
Fresh Shoulder Butt
(Yield: 2 or 3 servings per pound)

Sprinkle 3 to 4-pound fresh pork
shoulder butt with salt and pep pepper.
per. pepper. Place meat, fat side up, on
rack in open roasting pan. If you

n;ve a meat thermometer, insert
through the outside fat into thick thickest
est thickest part of muscle, so point does
not rest on fat or bone. Do not
udd water; do not cover; do net
baste. Roast in a slow oven (325
degrees F.) 45 to 50 minutes per
pound, or until meat thermometer
registers 185 degrees F,
Pork chop Suey
(Yield: 4-6 servings)
One pound boned lean pork, 1
bouillon cube, 1 cup boiling wa

i n . iui j x nu aim uivii.i nave
ter, 2 potatoes, cut in julienne covered the sunken hulk of what
-tv?' i i 8 -pepPrr' 10 is hehexed to be British steamer
strips, 1 large onion, sliced, 1 cup sunl by & Americans 118 years
coarsely diced celery, 1 can (3 or

- wiuivva DHL cu llluailluuillB, X.
teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons soy

.VISITS PARENTS Airman
3c John stucchlo, Jr., above,
left Panama last week to re-,
port to the Francis E. Warren
AFB, Cheyenne, Wyo., follow following
ing following a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Stucchio of
Panama city. He had returned
to Panama on leave after com completing
pleting completing his basic training at
Lackland AFB, San Antonio,
Tex. John's father is secretary
general of the Panama Fuer Fuer-za
za Fuer-za y Luz Co.

Skin Divers Find
Hulk Of Sunken
British Steamer
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y.

(UP) Two skin divers have dis-

AT A RECENT CHAPEL SERVICE AT ALBROOK AFB, Robert, Roger and Arthur Umberger
received, their God and Country Scouting Awards. The me-.ials were presented to their
mother, Mrs. A. L. Umberger by Brig. Gen. E. W. Napier, deputy commander, Caribbean Air
Command, who in turn pinned the individual awards on her three sons. This is reportedly,
the first time in Canal Zone scouting history that three brothers have received the award
simultaneously. Robert Umberger also was awarded his Eagle Scout Badge by Napier. Shown
above, are Gapt. Arthur L. Umberger, 26th Air Rescue Squadron, Albrook AFB, Constance
Kay Umberger, Mrs. Umberger, Napier, Robert, Roger and Arthur Umberger.
(TJ&AF Official Photo)

HbTIUS

sauce, l tablespoon cornstarch.

hot cooked rice.
Cut meat In thin strips; brown
in large skillet. Dissolve bouillon

cube in boiling water; add to

browned meat. Cover ami simmer
45 minutes. Add julienne potatoes,

The ship is believed to be the

Sir Robert Peel. The hulk was

found in about 100 feet of water

in the St. Lawrence River. The

craft was boarded by men dis disguised
guised disguised as Indians May 29, 1838
and sunk in retaliation for the
linking of the American ship Car Car-olio
olio Car-olio five months earlier.

een pepper, onion, celery, mush

..ix i

mums, sail, ana soy sauce. vOOK J ,ao ,0iioo th. robins

stirring occasionally, 15 minutes;party was led by winiam John.
longer. Blend cornstarch with ston who wanted to use the Sir
small amount of cold water; stirRobert Peel or an invasion of

mm nui mixture, uuk, aurnng Canada.

cuusianuy, unui sugnuy xnicK-

one occasion of

the year,

11 be by

of the

ST ELECTRIC APPLIANCES MADE

GIFTS THAT WILL THRILL

nr mm maw v

On this

entra

ticlcet

large membership, only lho.se hav

ing reservations made in advance
can be guaranteed table space in
the club. Tickets for New Year's

Eve will be five dollars per indi

vidual and will entitle the holder

to a steak dinner, breakfast, set setups
ups setups for the entire evening, party

favors and about seven hours of

dancing to a ten piece orchestra.

Reservations may be made by

phone, Amador 5122 during normal

Club Office hours and tickets may
be picked up at the club office

prior to 5 p.m. Dec. 28, alter

ened. Serve with hot cooked rice.

SUNDAY'S DINNER: Grape

fruit and grape cup, roast fresh

The skin divers, Robert Evans
Jr., and Bernie Forth, Syracuse
Univeristy students, said the 160-
Innt vessel annears tri h nartiallv

pork shoulder butt, gravy, apple-i burned but anchors and other

sauce, baited potatoes, Brussels equipment are intact.

spiuuus, uuwerea wnoie paoy car.

jots, seeded rolls, batter or mar.

garine, celery and radishes, fruit J

lemon iiaKe cake, coffee, tea
milk.

No Smofte 1
DANVILLE, Va. (UP) Pitt Pittsylvania
sylvania Pittsylvania County moonshiners,

win v.. ... iwno nave naa iroume ior years

miii.il fciuic 1 t-ici v annua win a u ... . ....
tomatically cancelled for those ,;i?.mS their tllls bfca"Se r T
who have not secured tick ets.lju-ta'e Tke ci,ri"n ? "?
Tickets will be on sale after DecAhe re, have finally learned.
28 and will be available at the!untX oUl?Zs 1utum ed on iS

door New Year's Eve but reserva-'"""',' j L-,Tb IH" uv ui2
tions will cease at 5 p.m. Dec. 2 n b,tled kltche" 8as- whlch
tinirett i nnn.rotiimahio doesn t smoke as it burns.

er that time.

Each notice for inclusion in this

column should bo submitted in
type-written form and mailed to one
of the bos numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the offict. Notice) of
meetings cnnol be accepted by
telephone.
Ft. Amador EM
Wivo Will Hold
Meeting
The Fort Amador Enlisted Men's
Wives' Club will hold an organiza organizational
tional organizational meeting Wednesday evening

Dec. 5, at 7:30 in the Fort Ama-

dor service uud.
All wives of enlisted men sta stationed
tioned stationed or quartered at Fort Amp Amp-dor
dor Amp-dor are cordially invited to attend.

Skating Club

Meets Thursday

The Canal Zone Roller skating:

Club will hold a meeting Thurs-I

Hqv at 7 n m ar frta PnllerHrnmp

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

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a party given at the Miranda,
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Pt. Davta
8K0 Wives
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A social was held by the N.C.O.
-ves at the duo us. Wednesday.

. airs. Foster presided and 15

members aitendfd.
Miranda-Bourn
taaaaement Announced

.ur. ah Mrs. Cupertino Miranda
Announce the engagement of their
HuBiiier Miss Beatrice Miranda

to Benjamin F. Bonne, ton of Mr.
and tors. H. B., Bourne of Colum Colum-bia,
bia, Colum-bia, Miss..
Tne engagement was announced

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PRESENTS
Today, Tuesday, Dec. 4

When friends droo in lor an

; evening don't assume that they

Balboa Woman's Club

Mrs. Emily J. Knee of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library will be the guest;
speaser at in uruncn nefd b uie
Balboa Woman's Club at the fern
room, Tivoii Hotel Wednesday LSec
12 at 9 30 a.m.
Ail reservations or cancellations

must be made bv Monday Dec. It

Cail Mrs, Many Ruppel I-33!hav rnm to watch television

for reservations. iwjth you TIWT probably could i
- AZTi.i. ath H bome- 80 turn

mZ.y? t -he set wnen tn;y arrive ana
Bridge Towmamont iieave tt 0fl possible exceptions,
Winners of the bridge tournr. of course ar when some impor impor-int
int impor-int hew ai the Hotel nroUld-fyt nation!! ivent is being
Bight were: First Mr. and Mrs own or otner prograrfi of
Kascher; second, Mr. and Mrs.:!:-..-. interest Then vou mav

Gbckenkaus and Third, Mr. ami :,niain that vou were watchina

JACOPY ON BRIPqi

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service

Mrs. W. Kennedy.

r; and ask if they care to see" it

But ask, don't just assume
they'll want to watch instead of
talk.

as Hospital

Patients Entertained

The patients at Gorgas Hospita
were entertained with a bingo by
the Navy Wives' Club in the Red
Cross Recreation room Nov. 26.
The hospital committee was com composed
posed composed of Mrs. Rita Martin, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Mrs. Norma Bowman and
Mrs. Betty Ott.
Cupcakes and punch were serv served.
ed. served. Prizes were won bv SFC W.

E. Carswell. Sat. Mike Kinderski BRISBANE (UP) Hawlts

Sp2 Paul Vest, Sp3 James Calo- with more curiosity or bemjter bemjter-well,
well, bemjter-well, Pfc's Vincent CaDone,!ney than brains, have becom a

manes a. MClgor and Ken Wnet2 menace 10 Australian aviation.

Pvt. Charles Durham and SN A-

BelHngerenl Hawks
Are Large Nuisance
To Aussie Airplanes

Hi MOVIES TV RA0O 1
Y by Ettkint Johnson j JjJ

bert Studer.

Britons are Seeking
Rights io 'Whispers'
And Vinlon's 'Next'

FJt
4:80 Feature Review
4-30what's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 3:00)
a 'in nw.

;3S What's Your F a v o r 1 1 8

(cont'd)
nn ilUn TaolrMn (Newsl

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS hi book at an autograph party

rvennetn w. Vinton, author at

ine June W lienors onH t..k...

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vui uine junior i.ouege.
will review the animal characters

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

: On Stage America
tWRUL)
7:00 interlude For Music
1:lkCHOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
ENCE SCIENCE HEALS
7:30VOA Report Prona US.
6:00 World Of Jazz
1:30 Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 7'W)
18:10 Music' From Hotel El Pan Pan-tuna
tuna Pan-tuna 18:45 Temple Of preams
U ,00 Concert Under The Start
U:00-Slgn Off.
AM. P
l:0O Sien On Alarm Clock

Club (requests taAan by

phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
1:19 Church In The WlWwood
S;j0 Musical Reveille
j; 00 News
0:15 Sacred H6rt

0:30 Paris Stax Tim

to be held tonight at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.
Servicemen and their dependents
and the general public of the Ca
nal Zone and the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama are invited to meet the au-
mor Irom 7 to 8 p.m. A discus

sion period will ensue at which

nine Vinton will present, nreserv

eo ana protected, the animals that

18:00 News

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play a part in his exciting atorv nflSIVClv

the jungle.

So well hat The Jimm Whit Whit-port
port Whit-port been received in Mm United
States that Robort Hall Ltd. of
London it seeking the British
rtohts to publish the book and
hat also requested ad option on
Vinton's next book, stent vtt
soon, which is being readied for
Ebiic consumption. British pub
atioa will assured the local
author of a wide spread lure lure-epan
epan lure-epan reputation and market of
Interested readers.

Three Royal Australian Air
Force planes have been forced
down by the hawks, and even
multi engined civilian transports
have been damaged in their en encounters
counters encounters ever Queensland with
the huge birds.
"These birds," said E. Huntley
Fry, acting director of Queens Queensland'!
land'! Queensland'! civil aviation, "are a men menace
ace menace but I mutt confess that we
just haven't found an answer to

the problem."

One of the birds, vith a 12-foot

wing spread tangled with an
RAAF Canberra jet bomber. The
bomber made a crash landing at
TownsviUe's Gkrbuut Field but
will fly again. The hawks won't.

Another Canberra was forced

into an emergency landing at the
Queensland town of Charleville
when challenged by a local hawk
which met the bomber head on
with disastrous result to both.

Another hawk downea an expen

10:13 spins -and Needles (re

quests tsjeen by pnono
till 8:30)
ll:00-New
ll:5 Spins and Needles
(cont'd)
U:0 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 NeWI
P.M.

12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12: 15 M EL ACH RINO MUSI MUSICALS
CALS MUSICALS (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Musk Of Manhattan
1:S0 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French in The Air
2:80 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
1:00 Hank Snow And Hie
Rainbow Ranch Boys
J: 15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review

driOWhat'i Yonr FafOrtte

(requests taken by
phone till 1:00)
1:30 News
8:35-What's Tour Favorite
(cont'd)
; 6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
Program

:15BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:20 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Jvv
7:80 VOA Report From US.
8:00 Music By Roth
1:30 Musical Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:80 Concert Under The Stars

12:00-Sign Off.

A limited number of books will

bo available at the USO-JWfi on

Tuesday evening for those who

may wish to avail themselves of

the opportunity of securing a copy,
whose supply at the moment is
practically once again exhausted
on the Isthmus.

equipped photo reconnais

sance Mosquito, and a French
airliner got a cracked Windshield
where it hit a free-wheeling hawk.
Fry said he would welcome any
suggestions on how to solve the
hawk problem

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To Gef Carillons
ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UP) -The
sonorous notes of chapel bells
soon will call airmen to religious
services at 43 U.S. Air Force
bases around the world.
The tones Will be produced by
especially designed electronic car

illons now under construction at

the special products division. of

St romberg -Carlson, a division

of General Dynamics Corp. The

carillons, will also play familiar

hymns at appropriate times, are

to be installed in chapels at 32
Air Force bases in this country

and at 11 overseas from Puerto

Rice to Okinawa.

In carillons of this type, bell

sounds are produced by striking

small metal tone bars with tiny

plastic Hammers, electronically

controlled, and amplifying the
sounds they make through special

magnetic pickup and loudspeaking

systems. Although the carillons

weigh only a few hundred pounds,

the sounds duplicate exactly the
tones of large cast bells weighing

as much at several tons.
Those destined for the Air Force
chapels will be especially made to

sound the liturgical bells used in

worship services o fall faitns.

DIORS D'OR-Diana Dors.
Hollywood's glamorous blonde
British import, literally thinet
as a fashion model. She's show showing
ing showing off a form-fitting gold bath bathing
ing bathing tuit in the film capital.

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GRANBY. Mass. (UP)
Charles Nash, nine, and his sev-en-year-old
brother. Carlton. re

following in their father's foot

prints.
For a month they watched the
exc?vation for a new school being
dug on the shore of what was
once a prehistoric mudflat Then
they found what they were looking
for, the tracks of a Grallator
gracilis, a small two-legged dino dinosaur
saur dinosaur that roamed this area 100
million years ago.
They brought them home to
their father, Carleton Nash Sr..
who has his own, private quarry

wiicic ire wgs ana sens uino uino-saur
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MODERN VIKINC-Capt. Walther Westborg tails into port
at Peterborough, England, in his "Dana Rescuer," a new-type
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making a solo trip around the world on his 23 foot craft
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On Onstage.
stage. Onstage. Offttaee and Upstage:

Italian alamor babes Gina Lol-

lobrieida and Sophia Loren not

only know what they want but his name was Clark Gable, the
what they've got. "And it isn't all! other Charles Farrell."

front." says Richard

Basehart.

who has been traveling in Rome's

celluloid high society for three

and a half years while making
movies in Europe.
"In all the kidding about their
frontal areas," sayt Dick, "people
fartet that they are talented ac actresses.
tresses. actresses. Gina and Sophia art
overwhelming personalities off the
screen, too, and always appear
everywhere at movie queens
shoold-dressed to kill."
The latter is something he says
he misses now in Hollywood.
"Even three years ago," he says,
"movie queens dressed like movie
queens in Hollywood. Now they
look like everyone else."
tasehart Is the only Hollywood
star married to an Italian film
charmer, Valentine Cortesi. "I'm
stuck on all of them," he laughs,
"but I think Valentina is the pick
of tho crop."

In Hetty weed far a filmed CM

Playhouse 8 shew. "9 Sown to

Die," ho's taking bows for his

acting ehongo of pace "a tffty

clown" in the Italian-made
flicker, "La itrede tnd still

hems asked questions about work-

ting in John Huston's "Moby
WeV"

Says Dick: "It was a wonderful

They're wondering at Fox

whether Elvis Presley will star in

a sequel to the current Jayne
Mansfield film, "The Girl C-Vt
Help It." Titled, of course, "The

Boy Can't Help It." . Cornel
Wilde planes for Rome soon to

talk terms for the starring role

in "Ponthi Pilate."
Wonderful Tom Ewell, that fel

low with the face that reminds
you of a crushed cantaloupe, hat

loved it up on the screen with

Marilyn Monroe, Sheree North

and now Jayne Mansfield. There's

no secret about Tom's slick come comedy
dy comedy and straight man acting in the

George Burns league, but he's not
talking about the three zippy dolls

in his celluloid life.

"I'm iust on a pink cloud," ho
says, "and I'm not asking why
or hew. I never try to analyse

success only failure."
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Jackie Coogan, looking backward:

Im expecting to meet some
very tough competition a week
from Saturday when the Jacoby
individual is held at the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee "Y." The caliber of the
defense may be judged from to today's
day's today's hand, in which the star
play was made by Reuben Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, a regular player in the
Thursday .'night duplicate at
the "Y
West ODened the aueen nf Aia.

wnen i mane 'Long Live the monas, and Peterson (East) sig sighting'
hting' sighting' in 1923, my dad hired two naled enthusiastically with the
extras for $5 a day because theycn of diamonds. South properly

were over six feet tall. One said rctusea the trick, and West con

tinued with the jack of diamonds.

The average player would fol

low suit with a low diamond from
the East hand, and South would
refuse this trick likewise. Now

Not in the Script: Dorothy

uandridge about her "Island in

the Sun" role: "ft' s more impor-lbe defense would be up a tree.

tant socially th'in it is as a greet! west woum get two diamonds, a
acting challenge. But I just can'c!ub. nd perhaps one heart at
coast along not doing anything. 'niost. South would easily bring in

i no wit net: Movie agent after uie 1U" C1UU su"1 w "l"e sure

Mirooucing nis latest woman
client to a producer: "How did

you like her?" Producer: "To

tell you tho truth she looks like
she just blocked a punt with
her face."i

Phil Silvers is near the contract
inking for a ''Three Men on a
Horse" CBS TV spectacular.
Tarnation, pa rdner, what hap happened
pened happened to old-fashioned w.tt.

movies? Jeff Chandler and Orson
Welles are working in "Pay the

uevir- described by U-l as
"modern-day drams about
Toxat ranching empire."

But there's not a ainaU w.

in the film; the sheriff roams tho
range i a 1958 sedan; the rich
rancher wears tailored riding hab-

n ana wo neroine plays her big

ai. scene in uie glare of auto

ncwaugDis wnue wearing a filmy

cugee. s only a matter of

ume, i guess, before the western
hero rides away into tho sunset

m a jew

of nine tricks.

Peterson made no such mistake.

He carefully played the king of

diamonds at the second trick

South could not afford to win

the trick, because then the entire
diamond suit would b!e estab established
lished established against him. When South
held off, Peterson shifted to the
ten of hearts and thus managed
to set up two heart tricks for his

partner. Two diamonds, two
hearts, and the king of clubs were
enough to defeat the contract.

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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1IM
Bulldogs Vs. College Tonight
In 'Must' Basketball Game
General Riot Captained by Sgt.
During Major Meal In Private

TR PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPBt

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ourne Agrees 10 nepay

Loan To Manager Vic Bell
Then Terminate Contract

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
1 Bantamweight champion Mel Mel-vin
vin Mel-vin Bourne w a s s c o Idea
by the Panama Boxxng
Commission for breaking a con contract
tract contract with his manager Victor
Bell, at a meeting held last
night
The reprimand came after
Bourne admitted that he had
kned to fight featherweight
Jesus Santamaria in Colon on
Nov. 18 without the knowledge
or consent of his manager.
The commission also took over
the responsibility, on mutual a a-g
g a-g reement by Bourne and Bell, to
Athletic Club
Defeats C.H.S.
Cagers 41-36
The Athletic Club basketball
team last night defeated the
. Cr stobal High School Tigers
tJ-36 at the Margarita .Gym.
Nesbit of the Athletic Club
was the game's high scorer
w h 14 points while teammate
Welch aided his team's cause
with a contribution of ten
po'nts.
For Cristobal, Lowe and Sas Sas-so
so Sas-so sank eight po'nts each to
be the Tigers' best point get getters.
ters. getters. Amador Post-Level
Golf Tournament
Hers 2nd Round
Fort Amador jgolfers entered the
second round of p'ay last week in
the Amador post-level tournament.
In the first .round, completed
last Sunday, Dick Goodman. Chap
lain Harold Donovan, Charles Mc Mc-Gowan
Gowan Mc-Gowan and Cal Riggs, all won
fteir matches in the championship
irst Flight Wetfers were Al
Kline, James Walker, Mike Ches-
t and Christ Castanada, while
Jim Cavanaifgh, John Gerrity, J.
i Smith and Tony Wagner tri triumphed
umphed triumphed in the second flight and
Mark Briehl, Fronk Ortiz, Walt
Richards and Garnet Vintes in the
th'rd.
Donovan defeated Tom Conners
i and i, Ri?gs trounced Eimer
Owens 4 and 3, McGowan edged
lir!es Lanza 1 up and Goodman
won by default over David Brown.
Castanada downed Gen Crowden
S and 1, Chester outplayed Toxey
Sewell 2 and 1, and both Kline and
Walker won by default over Al
Greene and John Mack, respective
lv.
The only match to go over 18
holes was Smith's 1 up victory ov over
er over Axel Klhlgrcn 6 and 4, Wagner
over Bob Stephenson S and 4, and
Gerrity over Ray Crush 3 and 2.
Ir. the third flight, Richards nip nipped
ped nipped Joe Walton 1 up, Vintes bested
Horv Coogan 2 and 1, Briehl top topped
ped topped Frank Brace 2 and 1, and Or Ortiz
tiz Ortiz won by default over Dallas
Clark.
Snrnnrl rnnnH nairines are. in
the championship flight: Goodman
WL"' Donovan and McGowan vs.
Rises. In the first flight: Kline
vs Walker and Chester vs. Casta
ada. Second flight: Cavanaugh vs.
fiprritv and Smith vs. Wagner.
Third flight: Briehl vs. Ort and
Richards vs. Vintes.
Following the third round, which
must be comnlete by Sunday. Dec.
I, winners of each flight will be
awarded prizes.
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collect from the fighter's next
three purses, the sum of $135
an amount which Bourne agrees
he owes Bell.
When Bourne pays off the
debt, the pair, who said they
want to break their relation relationship,
ship, relationship, will end the'r contract.
On Questioning by commission
members Jose Rogelio (Pinky)
Arias and Aldo Garcia, Bourne
said he decided to sign for the
Nov. 18 bout without his manag manager's
er's manager's approval because he felt
.hat Bell was "not interested" in
him anymore.
Bourne was told by the orri orri-cials
cials orri-cials that If that were the sit situation,
uation, situation, he should have present presented
ed presented his case to the commission
and that body would have done
all in its nower to settle the
matter along legal and amicable
terms.
"You broke a signed agree agreement,"
ment," agreement," said Arias, "and in the
future such actions by persons
in boxing under our jurisdiction
will be dealt with severely. If
there are any further violations
on your part, concerning the
payment of your debt to Bell,
for instance, steps will be taken
to make sure you don't fight in
Panama, Colon, or abroad."
Bell said he had always done
his best to help Bourne and
backed up this statement with
the fact that from time to time
he had loaned the 118-pound
champ sums that totaled $135.
"However," finished Bell, "all I
am interested in now is collect collecting
ing collecting the money he owes me. Aft
er tnat we're tnrough.
The Colon Boxing Commission
will be notified, in writing, of
the decisions taken by the Pan Panama
ama Panama group.
CLASSIC LEAGUE
13th Week
Agewood ,, 28
24
25
27
28
the
Seymour Agency :..,. 27
Austin .... 2fl
El Ptns&dWon
leaders irf the Classic Bowling
League with a 3 to 1 victory over
Austin while Agewood battled
Seymour Agency to a stand-off.
Billy Coffey wtth 620, led El
Panaftna while Dal Knoll and
Chuck Almeda scored highest
for Austin.
El Panama
. 157 174
Wilber
Woodcock
Lowande
Bowen
Coffey
193
160
161
192
202
524
524
492
552
620
. 198
. 180
. 139
. 198
184
151
201
220
892 930 908 2730
Austin
. 199 205
Almeda
181
152
154
236
160
585
510
497
587
543
Thomas
, 190
. 180
. 138
.. 170
168
Snellbaker
Knoll
163
213
213
Best
877 962 883 2722
Seymour Agency and Agewood
turned on the heat and had a
real wind-ding. Seymour Aeency
won two points on their fourth
game over 1000 while Agewood
came back strong to win two
points in the last two games; in including
cluding including their fourth game over
1000.
Pat Cascio. and Ed Kunkei led
Seymour Agency and Bud Bal Bal-cer
cer Bal-cer got back in stride to lead
Agewood.
Agewood
.,192 187
Lane
Toland .
Boyer .
Gleichman
213
173
201
200
237
592
553
572
583
629
. 200
. 167
. 180
. 180
180
204
203
212
Balcer .
919 086 1024 2929
Seymour Agency
, . 217 214 232
Cascio
663
552
577
Nunes
McGarvey
Kunkei
Colbert
193
"201
201
176
170
193
210
166
183
237
196
648
538
1022 985 971 2978
The team averages for the
league are as follows:
Agewood 936
Seymour Agency 929
Austin ....... 930
El Panama 920
The five high averages are
held by Bud Balcer, 200; Billy
Coffey, 199; Pat Cascio, 198; Earl
Best, 195; and Chuck Almeda,
191.

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By F. J. K.
PART ONE
"A SERGEANT'S VERSION"
The bowling feud was again
on tap in Curundu and
This is probably the way a ser sergeant
geant sergeant would tell it to his commander-in-chief:
(his wife).
"Operation 'Strike"' was cal

culated to be a strategic offen
sive maneuver to accomplish a
mission of hazardous physical
and mental torture of the sinus
and nerve systems.
The mission required a stabil stabilized
ized stabilized task force of highly effi efficient
cient efficient snipers to launch an all
out drive on the responsible stink
vultures who introduced a dead deadly
ly deadly gas a few weeks ago on the
bowling front.
The hot smelly fumes had the
highest degree of radiation in intensity
tensity intensity which was recorded on
our gas evaluation machine as
being an odor "so strong and in
toxicating that it would positive
lv pollute and stench a skunk
into a fit of dizzy, spasms last last-in?
in? last-in? more than two hours.'
Tt'a n nnlaif rnir nolloH "rOT7-
ftlV.O.T U1UK lGk.4flA UJ
berries" of the highest caliber.
The drug had dozed our mat
oon" so badly that they volun
teered to re-uo???? But only for
a return bowling match!! We
had retreated from that foul hu
midity with one casualty suffer
ed by one of our platoon: lowest
total score.
That defeat made us more
eager to go into training and
prepare for the enemy. We got
special equipment to protect us
from their rhubarb mixture of
rotten eggs and buzzard food
gas masks and ear muffs.
We studied a map of the ter terrain.
rain. terrain. The alleys were numbered
from 1 to 8. That was a good
sien to play 18 on the lottery,
which we lost,
Our direct orders stated that
we would establish our beach
head at the third seml-circu'oV
bench and advance in single file
on lane number five, blast away.
then with a compass, locate the
number six route taken by the
enemy, and outshoot the hun
gry wolves with an ack-ack
spray of turkey spears.
To make our m'sslon a suc-
ce, we went to the mess hall
nd plotted our dinner course
first. The mess sereeant runn'ng
the hnsh honse was true to his
usual form. He hashed up a mess
in double time.
The sight was very sickening
Spam and yeggs facing each
other, each ready to tear the
guts out of the other. The mess
sergeant told us it was NOT
spam. He said it was the choic choicest
est choicest liverwurst in the Canal Zone.
When we tasted it. we agreed
with him. It WAS the choicest
liver. .worst in the Canal Zone.
When the mess sergeant ask
ed us if we would prefer deer
meat, we felt better. He served
it himself right to our table, and
it was so delicious we kept mak making
ing making a hog out of ourselves with
extra helpings.
This was the first real feast
we had since we had turkey on
Thanksgiving Day. The meat was
really fresh, and we figured It
was a deer recently shot on one
of the hills. We ate so much, we
didn t have energy to talk.
The mess sergeant was hanDv:
"I'm glad you liked the d-e-a-r
meat. It cost the Army a lot of
money."
When he saw us spitting up
spikes, he told us to cough up
the shoes before our luck ran
out.
He knew we had enough tripe,
so he said he was sorry we were
too sick to eat some lemon ice
cream. But we ordered him to
bring it for our dessert. He
brought out the lemon ice cream
on a tray. It was a cool refresh
ing pleasure for all of us when
we squirted the lemon in his eye.
rammed the ice down his pants,
and poured the cream on his
head.
PART TWO TWO-LINIMENT
LINIMENT TWO-LINIMENT FOR BACKACHES
When the brave youn bowl
ers of Clavton left their home
fort and invaded the bowling
nrlvacv of the Old Folks in their
Curundu stronghold, the aggres
sive move flared up the home-
guard defenses, and the fmng
fommenced on full scale bitter bitterness.
ness. bitterness. After a hectic two hour slur slur-fest,
fest, slur-fest, two times of o'ns were- well
li?ered bowline wins and bowl
er's pins. The bruising muscular
ee and mout" ererclse floored
the Ancient Civilians, so thev
were nursed with Un'ment of
"nusue'lv ffl.it rel'ef, strength
from the neret bar.
FneHaUst OpU N. Crump again
took high total scoring.
LIKE CAROLINA
BATfiw. N.C. (NEA) North
Carolina State's football roster is
rt onlv crammed with Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania players, but tnree members o
he ro""hin? tffi Including head
roach Earle Edwards, come from
that state.
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Intramural Sports

LEAGUE STANDINGS
A League Water Polo
Won Lost Pet.
. 3 0 1-000
Sallfish .. ..
Green Wave
Marlin .. ..
Tiger Sharks
.. 2 1
.. 1 2
..0
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B League Water Polo
Dolphins .. .. 5
1
2
3
4
6
.833
.714
.571
.333
.000
Barracudas a
Eels .. 4
Sharks 2
Wahoos ..... .. . 0
C League Basketball
Flyers .. ....
Warriors ..
Dukes
Chiefs .. .. .,
Knickerbockers
Celtics ....
Dons ..
Globe Trotters
5
4
3
2
2
1
1
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0
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
1.000
.800
.600
.500
.400
.250
.250
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Nils Unfors' Sailfish, with a
perfect record so far, appear to
be the team to beat hi the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior-Senior High intramu intramural
ral intramural A League watef polo edmpe edmpe-tftion.
tftion. edmpe-tftion. The big game of the
week for the Sallfish a the
contest with the JC Green Wave
team. Larry Slegel and Kenny
Morris proved too much lor the
nreen Wave, however, as they
paced the scoring and brought
home an 11-7 win for the Sail Sail-fish.
fish. Sail-fish. Llnfors was a standout on
defense, time and again stop
nlnv scorinsr threats.
Dave Browne and Orin Sadler
were nlenty of hem in this de
partment. This was the first loss
of the season for the Green
Wave. They have plenty of abil ability
ity ability with boys like Bill Hatchett,
Jim Morris, Sam Beckley and
Bill Coffey, but the team play of
the Sailfish was the big ditter-
ence.
The Tiger Sharks have been
dropped from the league and
thus both the Marnn ana me
Sallfish got forfeit wins. In the
other game for the week then,
the Green Wave downed Joe
Trowers Marlin 11-7 1 na gome
'that was a tight ball game all
the way. Trower finally got a
combination that began to work
together in Don Ryter, Rolando
Channis, Luis Prosperl, and
George Trimble.
In the B League water polo,
the league was thrown into a
wide open race when the previ previously
ously previously undefeated Dolphin were
set back by a hard playing team
of Eels, 8-6. This was a blow to
the hopes of Jim Reynold's Dol
phins for the title, but tney aia
gdt a real assist from the Sharks
when tney defeated tne sarra-
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cuda 8-7 in the same afternoon.
Luis Mastellari's Barracuda have
been right on the heels of the
Dolphin all season, so getting
defeated eased 'the situation for
the front runners a bit.
Dick Morris and Ed Eddlerhan
worked well along with Mike
Bettsak to bring on the downfall
of the Dolphin. These boys pro provided
vided provided the scoring punch for the
winners while their teammates
Bill Scandrett, Frank Baggott,
Gordon Prunty, and Luis Oak
ley completely contained the
vaunted Dolphin attack. Henry
Barker and his Sharks played
their best game of the season to
take the Barracuda. This was a
top ball game from start to fin finish,
ish, finish, featuring the strong defen defensive
sive defensive work of Meigs Bertoletxe,
jooey Turner, Frank Townshend
and Bill Miller for the Sharks.
Joe Behar and Sam Sitton pro
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but they fell just one goal short
or tnait (tone by Juan vec
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lor tne Sharks.
In the other B League games
last week, the Eels found they
couldn't keep up the pace they
had set by defeating tm Dol Dolphin
phin Dolphin and wre trounced .by the
Barracuda 7-3 while the TJolphin
made a great comeback to take
the still winless wahoo into
camp 16-1.
On the basketball floor the C
League played 10 games, the
biggest week of the season. Out
of these games the Flyers, paced
by the all around fine play of
their captain, Fred Chase, won
the most important game of
their season and then took an
other game to get a firmer grip
on the ton spot In the standings.
The Flyers defeated the Chiefs
37-33 in the big one for the
Chiefs had been their main ri rival
val rival up until then. Later in the
week tney took the most im improved
proved improved team in the league, the
Dukes, down to a 40-22 defeat.
In both games Chase was out
standing, but ne nas a very
smooth working outfit with
Gene Frauenheim, Doug chas chas-sin,
sin, chas-sin, Jim Barnes, and Luis Lom-
bano.
Chase scored 20 points against
the Chiefs while Bob Rathgeber
had 12 and Don Rogers 15 for
the Chiefs. Against the Dukes,
Chase counted for 12 more while
little Luie Lombano was good
for 11. Roy Bettis, main stay for
Fred Snyder's Dukes was held
to a single field goal in tms
game, scoring a total of 6 points.
Until this Bettis had been hit hit-tine
tine hit-tine for 15 to 20 a eame. With
out BetJtis being on the Dukes
found it a long afternoon.
The Warriors of Jim Slice
stayed within striking distance
of the Flyers should they falter.
The Warriors won from the
Dons with 12 points while Jim
Hadley was high in the game
with the Celtics as he scored 14
points. The Chiefs had a tough
Week as Maurice Nahmad's out outfit
fit outfit lost two of their three games.
In addition to the crucial loss
to the Flyers they also were
edged by the Dons 32-31 in the
most thrilling game of the week.
The Chiefs iouna tne range a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Knickerbockers, how however,
ever, however, and went on for a 42-25
win. Charlie Bradshaw was the
big gun m inc uons win over
the Chiefs as he accounted for
14 of the points ms team made
and Al Muller got another 10.
Bob Rathgeber was high for the
game, however, as he scored 27
of the points for his team in a
losing cause.
The Dukes continued te amaze
fans with their wins, m spite of
their loss to the high flying Fly Flyers,
ers, Flyers, the Dukes took a 25-24
thriller from the Celtics and a
38-31 win from the Knickerbock Knickerbockers.
ers. Knickerbockers. Bettis had the range in the
Celtic game when he poured 17
points into the nets to pace the
win and in the game with the
Knickerbockers he seored 28
points to outscore the fabulous
Bill EngeiKe oi me aniens wno
accounted fo rl8 points.
The Globe Trotters of Marvin
Metheny finally got off the 18
points limit they have stopped
at all season and scored 23
points, but it was to little avail
for the Knickerbockers racked
un 58 nolnts. Bill Engelke roared
back in this game and scored an
astounding total of 43 points, in

Walter Alston
Will Manage

Dodgers Again
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Dec. 4
(UP) Walter Alston, who
hrmiffht the Brooklyn Dodgers
from five lengths behind to their
second straight pennant m tne
last month of the 1956 season,
will manage the club again next
year.
Although the Dodgers tort
the World Series in a thunder
of Yankee bats, their uvhiU
climb merited a $4000 raise for
Alston, giving him an estimat estimated
ed estimated $36ft00 income.
The announcement by Dodger
vice president Buzzy Bavau
came as no surprise after Al Alston's
ston's Alston's job in overhauling the
Milwaukee Braves and outlast outlasting
ing outlasting tooth the Braves and the Cin
cinnati Kediegs va tne last cru crucial
cial crucial 10 days of the 1956 cam
paign.
Next season will be Alston's
fourth at the Dodger controls.
He succeeded Charley Dressen
in 1954, finishing second that
season, and next year became
the first Dodger manager in
history to lead the club to the
world championshiv.
Alston worked his way up in
the Dodger farm chain, manag managing
ing managing Montreal just before his as
cension to tne parent ciud an
appointment that raised expert
eyebrows out paia on in tne jhh
toric World Series title in 1955.
Santa Cruz Sports
By GILBERTO THORNS
Th women's softball team of
Santa Cruz will begin "spring
training" this afternoon aft 3:30.
All women interested in trying
out for a berth on the squad are
requested to attend workouts.
v.. jjtii ....' mam.
bers including Teres Mal Malcolm,
colm, Malcolm, Dolores Peterkln, Vanese
Edwards, "L La" Best, Linda
Winters and others are ex expected
pected expected to be on hand. TAT ex expects
pects expects to improve on last year's
John small is complaining complaining-bout
bout complaining-bout the lack of interest on me
part of the working men of this
community. Last year's Working
Men's Softball League was has hastily
tily hastily planned and quickly folded.
Experience should teach us to
avoid that type of situation.
The Divisional breakdown was
Initiated to help directors In sel selecting
ecting selecting their clubs. Even if you
have no team, it would be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated if managers would
state their intenJt to enter a club
so that the board of directors
can start making preparations
for next year.
Rn'Msta oomez has already
scouited players for the team he
hopes to put in the Community
Softball League which he hopes
to organized as soon as ne imua
some other interested person
who can nroduce a nine-man
team. The more the merrier, bat
only 18 men are needed to start
and Gomez has 12 who are will willing
ing willing Alson Guillette, where's
your team? r
The Little League board will
raffle a giant basket of groceries
in another attemDt to raise
mnnev needed for their next
season. The mqey will be used
for the purcnase oi equipm""
uniforms, League Charter, etc.
The raffle will be preceded by
a distribution of 27 trophies won
i iodt eonsnn's basketball
and volleyball leagues. Promi Prominent
nent Prominent among these are trophies
donated by John Small and
Tommy Joshua.
the only other jfMMjhe, Celtics
defeated tne Qiooe
10 kv.1. was the first win of the
season for the Celtics and was
the direct result oi wwr
Smwork between Bill WllWn-
son, Benny Horton, Warren
Marquard, and Joe Lawler.
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Tonight's basketball eame be

tween BHS and JC will be pretty
much a do or die affair for the
high schoolers. They have al already
ready already losl one game in the In-
terscnoiastic Leaaue' title chase
and another loss would put
them way behind the eight ball
in their defense of the crown
they won with a nerfect record
last year. The loss came at the
hands of this same JC team
when the green clad basketers
won a last minute 49-48 game.
Tne two teams will take the
floor tonight at the Balboa Gym
takeright after the JV teams
from tile two schools have start started
ed started things off at 6:30. The Green
Devils, hot on the scent of their
first basketball championship
since 1949-50, have been placed
in the favorites role, a role they
have earned by virtue of their
perfect slate in league play this
season. Another defeat for the
Bulldogs tonight would put them
out of tne race every way but
mathematically.
Balboa will have a new face
In the starting lineup In the
perso not ltchie Moore. Moore
will be remembered for his foot
ball exploits and for the first
time this season his knee is in
condition for the hardwood floor
game. He has some basketball
experience and should give the
young Bulldog team at least part
of the experience they so badly
need.
Starting with Moore at the
other forward will be the ace of
the Bulldos souad. Dannv Win
klosky. He has been the spark of
the red and white all season,
and along with brother Jack was
chiefly responsible for the final
surge that won the CHS game
last week, jack Winklosky will
open at the pivot spot and his
6' 4" will be called on to control
the boards against the likes of
Pat Lincoln, Fred Raybourne,
and Ramon Quezada of the Jun
ior College.
Two boys that might well up upset
set upset the pre-game dope are Raul
Barbara ano un KirKiana
These two will start at the
guard positions and if they can
hit, from the outside against the
College4 zone defense, Dt will be
a big assist for the cause of the
Bulldogs. 1
College has two tried and true

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DISTANCE MAN
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Tigers Planning Another Deal After Landing Jim Finigan

Tl'ESDAT, DECEMBER 4, 1956

Babe Away For A Tournament'
So Zaharias Stays Busy In Sports

A s Get Garver, Trucks, Host,
Belardi In 8-Player Exchange

By HARRY GRAYSON

things ;

0

the Babe. His first Inclination was quiet, polished manner of

to get rid of the entire place. he hopes to do in sports.
. NEW YORK (NEA) When, He's a bull of a man with the
George Zaharias finally got back1 But George pulled himself to- ears of an old-fashioned wrestler

to Rainbow Manor, the ranch-tvoe aether, decided that this would be who really had been to the wars.

house he and Babe Didrikson built iust Dlain sillv and went on about: He has shot 68 on a

across the street from the golf his business, alone for the first gom course. He owned a sugar planning another deal today after landing"

time in nearly 17 years. The Babe, beet larm, was tne proprietor oi; . . j

course tiiey owned in Tampa, it
was evening.
Big George went inside, turned
on the lights, looked around. Ev

erything he saw reminded him of chews on a cigar and talks in a

told him she wanted it that way. a tailoring business and a sporting
So now George sits on the edge goods store. He promoted boxing
of a New York hotel room bed, land wrestling. But when George

talks, he could be taken for an attorney.

By MILTON RICHMAN
JACKSONVILLE, Fla,, Dec. 4 (UP)-The De-

championship troit Tigers, shooting to "win it all" in 1957, were

prize

Jim Finigan in an eight-player trade with

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Kansas City.

"Finigan

could be the whole, his home

answer to our infield problem,
said Jack Tlghe, the new man manager
ager manager of 'the Tigers. "But that

doesn't mean we're through

runs at Detroit

and

the Tigers, quite naturally, pre preferred
ferred preferred him hitting for them ra rather
ther rather than against them.

Blake, a 31-year-oid right

Zaharias would lik to restore
professional wrestling to s o m e-

tning m the way ot respectaoiuty j dealin We could use another hander who had a 1M1 record

m New lorn. pitcher to go along with Billy j with Toronto of the Intema-
Kep in good tastes, p e o p ie;Hoeft .Frank Lary and Paul Foy tlonal League last season, is b? b?-would
would b?-would turn out, he says. I took tack t counted on In a relief capa-
ta a show at Madison Square Gar- dy The Athletics selected him
den the other night that drew I33.-I The 28-year-old Finigun, who from Toronto In yesterday's
000 without more than a stick oi can play either tWrQ second draft but turned him over to the
type, if that, in any newspaper. ibase came to the Ti s along Tigers three hours later,
n,,! H.hL.. iwi flrat baseman Eddie Rob-! Harrington, the other hurler
nhv 'f! l iSJS J,?r' inson and pitchers Ed Blake and acquired by the Bengals, imme imme-2L
2L imme-2L .thi,t. nf ?hP nftinn iBill Harrington plus cash from diaWy was assigned to charlss charlss-er".
er". charlss-er". ? "to i" JStA the American Association

snr this, hut I'm nav1n for th "ul"u iwu uiS

trophy out of Babe's" money," J 1
explains. "This trophy really! s nT! J
comes from her." I baseman Wayne Belard 1. :
Zaharias still handles business dal w" th2 JE
...... u- om4 u b.k- .-j summated at the annual minor

vguiuico lie ami use iour nuncu, . A v..4. aW

including a motion picture of her Ieaue m"nK?. oui- w um Kansas uuy iorgev an auuui, u.c

life. There is the Babe Didrikson "pou. ut on k wwku(ohik iwo.
p-h n ..,u in,.! the Washington Senators and, "Host has a treat fast ball.'

to see all medical funds wrapped !'th Chicago White Sox, who are volunteered a Yankee scou t at

into one for research of all dlaeii-i ulB es-BU 11 umu hwmh uie minm icaguc iucciiuik. o

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FLASH IN THE PAN Floorside spectatori hracp for the shock Richir Guerin ti tlw;
New York Knickerbockers heads for the sideline chasing a stray basketball in the game with
Fcrt Wayne at Madison Square Garden. The Vavest onlooker 11 the photograjjher who

sianns nis grnunn to lake (he picture The Knicks snapped a three-Eame lisine sttesk

letics acquired were Garver and
Trucks but according to scout scouting
ing scouting reports, Host, a 23-year-old
soifihpaw who had a 13-15 rec

ord with Charleston, could make

Fresh Air, Terminology Confuse
Revived New York F ootball Fans

es.

die Yost

Tlghe said, "I'm golnr to shift; but he could be the sleeper in

Ray Boone to first, depending : the deal.'

By JIMMY BRESLIN Football is healthy, all the fresh healthy, even if it is confusing.
air and that. They sny it is the "I would prefer seWng r, M
NEW YORK (NEA) The guy same at Jamaica, but I never Notre Dame shift back, but long

a guy doins; himself any rs i e't "e t. a e'n'e h'Mirs

race track. in the fresh air should take care

. T J r 8 Jm M h name was Monty and that heard of a
tX "SfW?. SXLS1 Yankee Stadium smciled funny good at a

Caaraa tit an the enVe of the

hotel room hed .mi tiv on whether Finiiran works out Neither Garver, a

t hough ne came tnrougn his past I ngnK wire uu t cH-jw-unmc wnn mk "-"iict
j... ...n n,.4 ;t tanlv think he will we can T. mils Rmwns nnr Trucks a for-

iuui uitauiui ai a casii.y. cm 11 j

was not tnav wav at alt. He loti"VB o""1 amu "u nw

130 pounds during the Babe's long available for first base.'

illness. The 36-year-old Robinson, ai-

Jmost as seasoned a big league
was a sports page story at ..i. th. .mfouohi.

first this romance of the huge ex-BoD0 News0m, batted only .204

for the Athletics this year. How-

to him

on. Hn! "Nothing wrong with the place,"

JMUtbeicu lllft ilit'liu, iA-iun n.

that you haven't been out in

che fresh air in the fall so long

"Football, it's different. You get

wrestler and the greatest woman
athlete. It developed Into a tragic

battle against cancer.

George is now alone and proba

bly the only thing that smacks f

brightness is the fact that he is

going to be around the sports

world. He has come out of the

four-year struggle somehow able

to laugh a little and aee old friends
without getting the miseries.
"I'm still young," he stresses.

"only 46. I have resources and
made a million friends through
Babe."

George Zaharias always sets

back to the Babe, makes believe
that she has just gone off to play

in a week-end tournament.

She was the kind of a gal you

can never really believe won't be

back day after tomorrow.

ever, during the past few sea seasons
sons seasons he has hit the majority of

u:P.,",riw.'1" you don t know what it is."

vy me box, neipea uewou muci Thc two were talking as they
this year Carver was hampered walked to tndr seats tr a Ne
by arm trouble and dldn t win a York Giant nome ootba gamp
game while Trucks had a 6-5 That one of them would raiscon.
Weft .. . strue the tangy autumn air, as the
Belardi saw action mostly in cliche g f something else is
Utility roles and wound up With understandable

a ,i average

OUT OF DOORS with

SCINT DISCRIMINATION
By JOI STETSON
Oeg Editor

"0 Fwhat use Is this scent dis
crimination test, anyway?"
The man who asked was stand
ing beside me at ringside while
the candidates for the utility dog
degree were demonstrating their
ability to choose an article that
had been handled by their owner
from a group of articles set out by
the judge.
You could write a book in an answer
swer answer to that question, but let's

interesting exam-

Bowl And Player Bans Do Good;
Shrine Game Gets Finest Talent
By HARRY GRAYSON West Game for Crippled Children ,lege backfields-Oklahoma's Jim-

. und that now totals $2,600,00. my Harris, Tommy McDonald, take one very

NEW YOKK (iNjiiA) am con-; "ims is Me only Bowl gameiClendon Thomas and Billy Pricer pie, the Leithund

man is in iuwh taming, as usual, iu.ii. nas an aiumui assuciuuori, iwiui xaies Uean JOUCKS, Uennis
about the only major holiday Bowl i boasts Managing Director C o f f- McGill, Al Ward and Steve Ack-
rrnmA itrUi.,1, infilling iviafnnnu I m'Jll rf,t,r1lr "1Ma thnn 1 CAA I

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This is the shrine Last West them and each year as many for for-Game
Game for-Game for Crippled Children, ;iner players as possible show up,
which is down for San Francisco's This year, Joe Walton, Pitts Pitts-Kezar
Kezar Pitts-Kezar Stadium, Dec. 29. ilurgh's All America end, is fol-
"The game doesn't need much I lowing in the footsteps of his lath lath-boosting,"
boosting," lath-boosting," says Coffman, a little, ler, Tiger Frank Walton, who play-ruddy-faced,
gray-haired man in led so much tackle for the same

the early 70's. "The joint sells out school."

from year to year. I just want to
keep it alive."
William M. Coffman, who picked
himself up as a Bowery bum to
become a typewriter tycoon, help helped
ed helped start the East-West Game you
see. The personable Coffman is a
strange kind of promoter. He
blows a wad of dough every time
he puts on the game, and it has
been going on for 32 years.
Coaches and players don't bet
a quarter and they love It. They
participate and come back to
keep red blooded life in the slo-.
gan, "Strong legs run so that
weak legs may walk."

Coffman laments the ridiculous

rule which limited Southern Calif

ornia and UCLA seniors to f i y &

games. He'd like to see the slick,
est college teams in Bowls'. But
absurd collegiate bans don't stop
Coffmah, the realist and practical
business man.
"Why, they wouldn't even let
Bed Sanders of UCLA coach the
West," he reports. "So, I called
the Air Force Academy and got a
real pro who knows the territory.

Buck Shaw. Terry Brennan of
Notre Dame coaches the East."

It

Coffman

"The Ivy League, for some

strange reason, won't let a boy;

come to our game, explained
Coffman, "but we'll continue to do
very well without it.

was suggested to

This year t same will contribute that this, indeed, was a rare op- nore lives

izjO.uoo more to tne bnnne East- jportumty to match the great col

"For example, how would you
Jike to see Paul Hornung of Notre
Dame and Syracuse's Jim Brown

in the same backfield? And run

ning with Joel Wells of Clemson,
Illinois' Abe Woodson, Notre
Dame's Jim Morse. Ohio State's

Jim Koseboro, Syracuse's Jim Rid-

lon and Michigan's Terry Barr.
"The West won't match them,
you say. Well, with Southern Cal-

ifornia out of the Rose Bowl, the
West has its Jon Arnett and Frank

Hail and Billy Pricer of Oklahoma

and John Brodie of Stanford and

Wyoming's Jim Crawford and a
line to match.

"Nobody's gonna get killed.

Were just going to save a lot

This is the first time in five
falls that the New York sports fan
has been found outside swinging

doors.

The Giants' success has routed
out guys like Monty and his pal,
who confess they haven't seen &
football game in the flesh since
Notre Dame left New York, Steve
Owen's A formation stopped click clicking
ing clicking in the National League and
I'nrdha in enaced faidinff the Unit-

well be. two birds in the bag would ed Mine Workws' Union.
he-a wild flush and a cripple left
to the foxes. The Giants are drawing near
The bloodhound must practice i sell out crowds in a town which
SCent discrimination llnw else tn all nnrnnue had I'lit-oolten what.

could he trail a man throuah mi- football was about. In four home

merous, oftentimes crowded, hu- i ales, the New Yorkers drew 215,-1

man sign and come out with his 310 50,000 more than their total;

luarryr fjr iast year..

We can even eet closer to home l-'nr rustomerc like Montv and

how would your own house pet Lenny, it is a struggle to get
find or follow you if he couldn't hack in harness. Take, for exam-

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He Scores With
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Types

YORK, Pa. (NEA) Playing
the Yorktowne Golf Club course,
Maurice Rishel watched a Cana Canadian
dian Canadian goose circle the lay-out.
Right after the round, Rishel
wont to town, bought a hunting
permit, got his bow. and arrow and
returned to the club. He cooked
the goose's goose with one shot.

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.It's a German dog trained for a
purpose. On the continent, the
sportsman endeavors to bag the
best possible trophy.

In deer narks, the tracks are

pretty much intermingled. The
hunter chooses what he estimates
by size and shape to be the track
of the best trophy buck.
He then indicates that track to
flu Ann anil lk Ann hv eppnt difi

wit; uui aim nit: uv&, rgmA
..-...,.1. ,v, troll nl ames.

I'llliliuatiuu, uiuavcia ntc w
that particular buck so that the
trophy can be located and bagged.
Regardless of the frequent cross crossing
ing crossing of trail with other deer, the
Leithund disregards the other sign
and stays faithfully with the deer
on whose track he was originally
started.
A good retrieving dog automati

cally uses scent discrimination

whenever be starts to trail a run

ning cripple and crosses the trail
of another running bird.
Should he get off on the new
line, the bird will eventually be

flushed and the line of the cripple

probably lost. What could very

pie, present-day football termino

logy. For the expert, it is confus confus-ine.
ine. confus-ine. For Montv and Lennv. it's

TRIPLE DELIVERY dnwnriirhr toiioh

NEW YORK (NEA) In eaclvi

of the first three games, the New 'Overshiftinc to the right," I
York Giants were fiiven three-llhink I oat. it. down Montv an.

touchdown performances bv a nnnneed "it.' like what the "node

player. Mel Triplett turned the ers do when Ted Kluszewski comes
trick acalnst San Francisco and in Von hift. a emmi.

Chicago Cardinals and Alex to the riuht side so he don't nut

against the Cleveland one through the hole where he
.likes to hit best."

...,,.77.,., I have an idea of what the belly
?9iiND,GAINER 'series is," Lennv said. "You look
NEW YORK (NEA) Quarter-Int. mmi f th hnik

UamU a r i j r n 1 1 - J avaa ss

m mi ouisuu ui women was tackles, that's all you need to
the tdp ground gainer in the Ivy Iknow."

league witn 838 yards in seven

Along The Fairways

THE AMADOR WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION
The number drawn In the
Blind Bogey Tournament held
laac Thursday was 74. There
were several ties and these were
rolled off. The winner was
Jeane Morris, 2nd prize went to
Mickev Ahilllnff and 3rd nrlae to

Hester Henderson. Katie Call
picked up the low gross prize
with an 80 and low putts was
won by Laura Hopson.

A imai reminder of the Tur

key Tournament to be played
this coming Thursday, Dec. 6. It
has been decided that full han handicap
dicap handicap will be used in this tour

nament instead of 's handicap
!as previously stated. Pour tur tur-ikeys
ikeys tur-ikeys will be given (low gross, 1st,
2nd and 3rd ncc) so everyone
will have a good chance. Wheth Wheth-!
! Wheth-! er you're lucky or not about win winding
ding winding a turkey our chairman
i guarantees a prize for everyone
i so it's a day you can't afford to
miss.
I In addition ,to the Turkey
i Shoot ihe AWGA is giving a
; luncheon at the Ft. Amador Of Officer's
ficer's Officer's open Mess immediately
I following golf where prizes for
the ringer and championship

tournaments will be awarded.
After that then will be eleeUo
of officers for the eoming term,
so if you cannot make golf in
the mowiing come out and join
the group for lunch.

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I "The pitch out is like what
'Whiley Ford does so good when

he looks to pick some bum off
first," Monty said. "He throws off
to the side."

This typt of conversation is a
bout what you find from Benson-

hurst to the Bronx. It has been so
long since the sports follower talk talked
ed talked football that he finds himself
lo.-t in this modern era.

i.&seoan. tor example, oecame a
12-month proposition in the Big
Town nnce football was dropped.
Basketball and hockey grabbed
some of the interest, but never
look up the slack left by football.
Flat racing, of course, not
close until Nov. 15, but Monty
stresses: "You can't count that.

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Escape the Great Tribulation?,"
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agreed by all theologians that the
Great Tribulation will begin when
East meets West. We know that
feverish preparations are afoot to
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this; last war by being removed
by .Rapture from earth to heaven.
I take my answer to the question
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'4 cannot but feel," said Dr.
Hamilton, "the sense of urgency
upon me. I must warn the peoples
in every land to get ready for the
any moment return of Jesus
Christ."
" tomorrow night the topic will
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Mexican Court Orders US Waitress,
Who Became Mother In Prison, Freed

JUAREZ. Mexico. Dec. 4 fUPi
Patricia Arthur, a 19-vear-old A-
merican waitress who became a
mother in a prison where she was
serving a sentence for slaving her
lover, was reported today to have
Men ordered freed by the Supreme
court of Mexico.
But Magistrate GfflBi Harter of
e unmuanua staters n n r e m e
ourt told Miss Arthur's lawver
that he was not going to let her out
until he gets an official, certified
copy of the Federal Supreme
Court's decision.
Federal court, according to Ja Javier
vier Javier Alvarez, her lawyer, ordered
her freed on the ground that when
she was convicted of the voluntary
manslaughter of 1 Paso police
man Albert J. Arreola and sentenc
ed to 13 years in prison she was
atill a minor.
The sentence later was reduced
to eight years. Alvarez said the
secretary of the Federal Supreme
Court told him yesterday that her
release was unconditional. Harter
said he has to know officially
whether her relese is uncondition
al or whether the Federal Supreme
Court merely reduced the charge
against her.
Arreola was killed in a booth
in the crystal palace cafe in Jua
rez the night of Aug. 8, 1955. Miss
Arthur, who was sitting beside
him, said the shooting was acci
dental in a scuffle over his pistol
But she was charged with man
slaughter and nut into jail with
out bail. Commandant Francisco
Gonzales, who was in command of
the prison, and chief jailer Fer
nando L. Jiminez took her and an
other girl prisoner out on Nov. 14,
1955.
They wined and dined the girls
at a swanky nightclub, but news
of the escapade leaked out and
History Review
ACROSS
I Battle of
Run
I Gods'
cup-bearer
I Male swan
12 Continent
II Scent
14 Falsehood
15 Performance
17 Balaam's
steed (Bib.)
DOWN
1 Uncovered
2 Employed
3 Fish
4 Burdened
5 Heated
What Greeley
was
T Uncouth
person
8 .Sea eagles
9 Fellow
student
18 Sharp
18 Locks of hair '""""""'f'
21 Fiddling 11 Good Queen
Roman IiE2
"nperor ,nk
2.1 Distress signal J0"
MK.xist .a
(17 Ventilates
2D Knchaiislic
wine cups
32 Places again
34 Printing
mistakes
3d Dinner course
37 Sliding valve
38 Mix
39 Fish
41 Measures
of type
42 Males
44 Malt
beverages
4 Old sailors
49 Ignited again
.13 Table scrap

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1 1 8 ""I5
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56 Period in
history
57 Prosecutes
38 Shoshonean
Wf'l"
59 Scpri vessel
till Serf
61 Nuisance

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Gonzales and Jiminez were fired
for removing a federal prisoner
without authorization.
Before she finally went on trial
in January, 1956, she told Alvarez
that she was going to have a baby
in April. It was not until June that
she gave birth to a son. A... ...
No Parking?
Better Knowit
Sez Twicestung
BUFFALO, N.Y. -(UP)
Raymond J .Boutet has good rea
son to be suspicious about park parking
ing parking his automobile beneath a tree.
Ten years ago, Boutet left his
car on Delaware Avenue near the
Knights of Columbus building and
the machine was wrecked when a
storm toppled a big tree limb
on it.
This year, on almost the same
date, Boutet parked his auto in
the same spot and went fishing. A
storm blew up in his absence and
ripped a limb from the tree. It
fell on Boutet s brand new car.
Great Scott!
Err. .Tidd ;
Still There?
WOBURN, Mass. (UP)
The Jonathan Tidd house here
has been in the same family
since it was built in 1731, the
year before George Washington
was born. It is now occupied by
a great-great-great-grcat grand
daughter and a great-greatgreat
greatgreat granddau g L t e r of
Tidd.
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of Greece
2."i Lease
26 Approximated
28 Leaf part
30 Kind of bomb
31 Without (Fr.)
33 Went astray
3S Horsemen
4(1 Hurry
43 Din
45 Arrangement
46 detergent
47 Therefore
48 African
antelopes
50 Tardy
51 Follower!
52 Try
55 Compass point

Automobiles

FOR SALE:- 1947 Packard 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, $175.00. Call Charles pis pistole,
tole, pistole, Balboa 3079 or Balboa 27-
19.
FOR SALE:-1948 Chevrolet,
new tires, radio, 111-D, Parai Parai-so,
so, Parai-so, call 4-361 or 2-2424, Price
250.00.
FOR SALE:- Duty paid, i cy cy-lynder,
lynder, cy-lynder, Hudson Super Jet. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition, now tiros, sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice sale. Tol. Panama 3 3-3744.
3744. 3-3744. FOR SALE: Late 1953 Do So Soto
to Soto Firodomo V-8, 4 door, sedan
excellent condition. Phono Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, 3-6159.
FOR SALE: Ford Taunus 15
M, 1954. Inquiries-: Stempel,
Tel. 3-0348.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick Sedan
4 door rothroads. Fine condi condi-dition.
dition. condi-dition. Balboa, 2-2434.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
DoLux 98 Holiday Coupe 1st
Class conditioning all extras.
Office telephone: Albrook 5148
Homo, Panama 3-6871.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford custom
lino 4 door, now, two tone
radios extras. Phono 3-3395.
FOR SALE: 1954 Four door
Marcury sedan, low mileage
top condition, phono offico Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2697 or homo Balboa 3036.
Good brakes may save your
lifel. We have quality brake
linings and a complete assort assortment
ment assortment of hydraulic brake parts.
Autoas, 15th St. & Melondos
Ave., Colon.
FOR SALE: Studebaker 1949
four door, duty paid, 1200.00
Phono BaL 3698, 758-B Barno Barno-by
by Barno-by St. after 4. In morning can
bo seen at Area Sanitation,
Ancon, C. Z
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet 4
door now tires, new paint. 1952
Ford' Victoria two tone paint
radio and now tires. 1949 Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac Convertible new ..white
side wall tires new top, seat
covers and radio. 1952 Pontiac
4 door. Good mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. 1951 Oldsmobile Holli Holli-day
day Holli-day Coupe two tone paint ra radio.
dio. radio. Good mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Good used tires, all sizes.
Reasonably priced. AUTOS
EISENMAN, S.A. beside the
Coca-Cola Plant. Telephone,
2-2616 2-4966
A PLEASURE TO USE
On p:
A PRIDE TO OWN
"NATIONAL"
AUTOMATIC IRON
Distributors
Irving Zapp Company, S. A.
Tel. 2-2835
"ROCK AROUND
THE CLOCK"
See and hear, the rocking'
est. rollinf'est cats of all..
in the big story about how it
all beran! "ROCK AROUND
THE CLOCK," in SuperScope,
starring The Platters (Ernie
Freeman Combo), Tony Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez and bis band, Freddie
Bell and his "Bellboys," John
ny Johnston, Lisa Gaye, Earl
ill Barton and Joan Archer.
"ROCK AROUND THK
CLOCK" OPENS ON DECEM
BER 6 AT THE LUX.

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Apartments
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroem apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 lit Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Ono bedroom
apartment downstairs, fresh,
independent, inspected. Furn Furnished
ished Furnished $70.00 unfurnished $55.00
No. 16 Ave Jose do Fabroga
Ave,1 Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. On Via Porras, over overlooking
looking overlooking S.A.S. .commissary,
Phone. 3-5024.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent
for one person. Between 7-9 p.
m. Phono 3-6046. 2nd Street, Pa Pa-rejil
rejil Pa-rejil (Tern is toe les Diaz Street
No. 7-189, upstairs.
FOR RENT: Furnished bod
room and bath, price 45 dol dollars,
lars, dollars, call Phono 3-648 4:30-
9.00 p.m.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Brown plastic bag, Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, Cristobal Commissa Commissary.
ry. Commissary. Please return papers. No
questions asked. Liberal re reward.
ward. reward. Cristobal 3-2482.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Canal Zone homo
for 16 month, white, intelligent
and affectionate girl with good
habits. All expenses paid. Ap Applicant
plicant Applicant must love children, have
5id!,T.OI',, customs. Write
"Child". This paper giving fjdl
particulars with references.
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daughter may sing. A Governor's daughter may become a
great beauty and win nation-wide fame. But an Ambas Ambassador's
sador's Ambassador's daughter? She is transplanted to a foreign land a a-mong
mong a-mong strange people who speak an alien tongue. What can
she do for entertainment, for education, culture, self devel development,
opment, development, romance? All these questions are answered in the
Cinemascope Technicolor film "THE AMBASSADOR'S
DAUGHTER." Miss de Havilland, who plays the title role,
finds hereself caught up in a whirlwind of-excitement, sus suspense
pense suspense and, yes, romance, all whirling about the central core
of a Senate investigation into the conduct of American mil military
itary military personnel in Paris. Miss de Havilland finds herself the
stellar model In a $50 a plate charity fashion luncheon,
featuring the latest designs created by the world-fames
stylist Christian Dior. "THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER"
in Technicolor and CinemaScone OPENS ON DECEMBER
AT THE CENTRAL, starring Olivia de Havilland, John For For-sythe,
sythe, For-sythe, Myrna lay arjd Adolphe Menjou

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaniide Cottages,
Santa Clara, lax 435, Balboa..
Phon. Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
CURUNDTI srnriTiTtfn nwrrc
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HOLD COURT AND BRIDGE
vr hunor
A "Harvest Festival" Court
and Bridge of Honor was held
Nov. 27 at 'the Boy Scout meet meeting
ing meeting place In Curundu, to give
recognition to the Scouts of
Troop No. 7 and the Explorers
of Post No. 7 for the advance advancements
ments advancements they had earned since
June 20.
Scout Charles R. Lav&llee
greeted the parents and guests
and Invited them to sign the
iroop Guest Book.
The meeting was opened by a
Formal Color salute by the
Scouts and Explorers under the
direction of Senior "Patrol Lead Leader
er Leader Explorer Danny Hartley, with
troop bugler, Explorer Carlos
Meggers, playing "To the Col
ors."
Flag Bearers were Explorers
Edward Suarez and Ted Bembe
nek and Scout Llewellyn Zent.
Color Guards were Scouts Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Chirieleison and Robert Wi Widen.
den. Widen. Scoutmaster Wesley M. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy welcomed the parents and
guests and introduced the mem members
bers members of the court. Col. fi. W.
Grubbs, Pacific District Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, canal Zone Council 801,
extended the congratulations of
the pacific District to Troop and
Post 7, on the advancement
record they had achieved.
Judge Guthrie M. Crowe, vice vice-president
president vice-president and advance m e n t
chairman of Canal Zone Council
801, acting as presiding chair chair-mart,
mart, chair-mart, declared the court of Hon Honor
or Honor open, and called upon 'the as assistant
sistant assistant scoutmaster of Troop 7,
Carl A. widell, an Eagle Scout
and holder of the Silver Beaver,
to make the presentation of the
Merit Badge certificates, as fol
lows:
Scouts John R. Carnes, Jr.,
Swiming; Earl W. Griggs, Home
Repairs; Fred Huddleston, Home
Repairs; Llewellyn Zent, Citi Citizenship
zenship Citizenship In the Nation, Cooking,
Safety, Athletics, and Public
Speaking; Harry Colbert, Home
Repairs: Roger suarez, Lire (sav
ing and stamp Collecting; Wil William
liam William Stephan, First Aid, Safety,
Public Speaking, Home Repairs,
and Hiking; Ralph Frangloni,
Life Saving, Swimming and
public Speaking; Robert Widell,
Citizenship in the Home, Citi Citizenship
zenship Citizenship in the Community, Citi Citizenship
zenship Citizenship in the Nation, cooking,
Public Speaking and safety; Jo-

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FARMACIA "SAS"
Via Porras 111
NOVEDADES A THIS
Via Espana Ave.
WANTED
Houses
WANTED:- British Embassy
Attache requires furnished 2
bedroom houso or apartment,
preferably in or near Bella
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Scout News

senh W. Pedrick Art-
Lavailee, Scholarship; George
nuvan, Home Repairs; Kevin
Harold, Swimmine. Life savinrr
and Public Speaking; James
Chirieleison. swimmins t.ia
Saving, Home Repairs, PubMc
opeaKing.and Reading; Harold
Smith, Home Repairs; Joel E.
Thompson, Jr. Citizenship In the
Home, First Aid, Home Repairs,
and Public Speaking; Samuel
Geise, Hiking;
ExDlorers Krnest.o tr-mli-chans
Citizenship in iihe Home, Nature,'
Animal Industry. Pioneering
Hiking, and Aviation; Danny
Hartley. Insect Life Rant.il e
Study, Dog Care, Camping, citl-
zensnip in ine Nation, cooking
and Nature; Arthur Alilzer,
Home Repairs; Ted Bembenek,
Flremanship, Swimming, and
pudhc Speaking; Edward Sua Suarez.
rez. Suarez. Citizenshin in the Home
and Safety; Kenneth Major,
Home Repairs.
Institutional R e nresentative
Joseph A. Wertz congratulated
the following Scouts who had
completed tnelr Second Class re
quirements, proving themselves
Scout Hikers, and received their
pledge that they would maintain
the code of the Scout Oath and
Law:
Bernard E. Plaia, Lynn Tread Tread-way,
way, Tread-way, John Barajas, Joseph Ped Pedrick,
rick, Pedrick, Roger c. Rowe, Jr., Jack
Finlason, Frank A. Finlason.
William D. Scandrett, Frank Rei-
chart, George O'Masta, Ge,orge
Hovaftf, Ttobert Daniel, Kevin
Harold, James Chirieleison, Paul
Underwood, Harold Smith, Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Geise and Arthur Altizer.
The following Scouts, having
progressed from Second Class or
Scout Hiker to more skillful liv living
ing living in the out of doors one long longer
er longer periods of time, becoming
Scout Campers, eligible for First
Class rank, repledged them themselves
selves themselves always to use their
strength and skills to serve bet better
ter better God, their country, and oth others,
ers, others, and were given their First
Class Scout certificates by insti institutional
tutional institutional Representative, Joseph
A. Wertz:
William Stephan, Ralph Fran Frangloni,
gloni, Frangloni, Frank Reichart, Charles
R. Lavailee, James Metcalf, Joel
E. Thompson, Jr., Llewellyn
Zenlt, and Robert Widell.
Kennedy asked that Scouts
Widell, stephan and Zent and
Explorers Bembenek, Suarez and
Freiershaus escort their mothers
before te Court.
He reminded them that they
were now embarking on a wor worthier
thier worthier and more mature part of
their Scout experience, the giv giving
ing giving part, and were now not on only
ly only privileged but also were obli obligated
gated obligated 'to give Scouting experi experience
ence experience and help to the younger
Scouts.
He reminded them of the sym symbolism
bolism symbolism of the Star Badge and
charged them to chart their
course by the star of truth.
Each received Star Scout cer certificate
tificate certificate and Star Badge, and
each, in turn, pinned a minia miniature
ture miniature Star Scout Badge on his
mother, in recognition of her
love, encouragement, and faith.
Chairman of Explorer Post
No. 7, and charter president of
the sponsoring organization Wm.
J. Bright, Jr., reouested that
Freiershaus again escort his
mother before the Court, in or order
der order that he might receive recog recognition
nition recognition for havine not only met
the technical requirements, but
also having crown in Scout Spi
rft, in leadership, and having
satisfactorily completed a con conservation
servation conservation project, qualifying
him for the Life Scout Award,
the heart shaped symbol of
courage, of life itself.
Freiershaus pinned a minia miniature
ture miniature Life Scout pin on his moth er
in recognition of her love and
encouragement. Mrs. Freiershaus
pinned the Life Scout badge on
he rson's uniform, and Bright
presented him with his Life
Scout certificate, and again con congratulated
gratulated congratulated him.
Crowe announced that, before
the presentation of Explorer A A-wards,
wards, A-wards, Widell would lead the
Troop and Post in some songs,
whereupon a rousing rendition
of Trail The Eagle, She'll Be
Comln' Round the Mountain,
and The Hiking Song were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed bv Scouts and guests alike.
Post No. 7 Advisor, Fred Hud Huddleston,
dleston, Huddleston, an Eagle Scout, made
the following Explorer Award
presentations:
Explorer Apprentice Awards to
Explorers Ted Bembenek and
Ray Underwood; The Explorer
Rating of Physical Fitness to
Danny Hartley; The Explorer
Rating of Aviation to Ernesto
Freiershaus, and the Explorer
Bronze Award to Ernesto Freiershaus.

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MINIMUM
FOR
12 WORDS
FOR SALE
Pomfs & Motors
Let's go fishing, $5.00 per per person.
son. person. Large comfortablo boat.
Contact ABERNATH Y. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3 0264 days. 3-214$ nights.
Brieht asked Wart.lav
his parents before the Court and
audience. He explained that;
Hartley has completed all re requirements
quirements requirements for the rank of Ea Eagle
gle Eagle Scout, and that although ap approval
proval approval of the Eagle Scout appli application
cation application and issuance of certifi
cate was the responsibility of
tne National council, Boy Scouts
of America, that it was dMlrerf
to give special recognition before
me memoers ana parents of tne
local Scouting units, in which
Danny has been so active.
Bright then read Danny's
Scouting Record, congratulated
him and his parents for his
leadership in Troon 7 Pnsr. 7
school, church, and community
acuvrties; ror his example to the
younger Scouts; for his assis assistance
tance assistance in training them in Scout Scouting
ing Scouting skills; and for having proved
his desire to go "Onward for
God and Country."
Crowe declared th rnurt. nf
Honor closed, and turned th
meeting back to Kennedy, who
presented the 1956 Arc Awards
to scouts Robert Daniel, Charles
R. Laallee. Bbmeditn
William Stephan, Harold Smith,
joei is. Tnompson, Jr. and Rob Robert
ert Robert Widell. He explained that rto
Explorers could as yet qualify
for 'the Arc award, as the events
for two of the reouiremfints hav
not yet been held,
Widell presented service pins
to the following, Scouts: John R.
Carnes.Jr;, SeoreKHovAn. nhas.
R. Lavailee, ExfeflitouSheppard,
William StephaJS Iteven-'
son, Siamuel Taylor, Joel E.
Thompson, jr., Lyrtn Treadway,
and Jay Warford one year pins;
Robert Daniel, Earl Griggs,
Charlie Parker, Joseph Suarea
ana paui unaerwood -two year
pins; Ted Bembenek and Ed
ward Suarez 3 yew pins.
Explorer Hartley received a
one year Explorer pin and Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Freiershaus received a
two year Explorer pin.
Kennedy in tha 'Wrniirmas.
ter's Minute" reminded th
Troop that the Panther Patfol
wac the Service patrol for De December,
cember, December, that regular advance advancement
ment advancement training would be held
Saturday morning, and that the
program ror tne first Troop
meetinir in neremhpr nmiiM ha
, f" TTVIUU
First Aid Training in splinting.
junior Assistant scoutmaster
Ernesto Freiershaus conducted
the closino- ceremony raHrinir
the Colors, Taps by Troop Bu-
Bici, axpiorer uanos Meggers,
and The Scout Benediction.
Immediately after the closing
ceremony, the Explorers of Post
7 assisted Mrs. Wesley m. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy in serving refreshment to
the Court, guests, and Scouts.
Eueene F. Derr. nresidenr. nf
the Camera Club, and active
Merit Badge Counselor for Troop
and Post 7, took pictures of the
unft activities.
Five Authors
Will Autograph
At Balboa Annex
"The Pelican Tree and Other
Panama Adventures" will be a a-mong
mong a-mong the children's books on dis display
play display Thursday night at the Balboa
Annex, when two of its authors
Jean Bailey and. Patricia Markun
will be on hand to autograph co copies.
pies. copies. ,i
The two other children's books
by local authors are "Dtde Gets
Her Tonsils Out" by Henri Skeie,
Adelia de Vore and Evetyn Kper Kper-ski
ski Kper-ski and "Panama Pajtie" by
Jean Bailey. These authors will
be at the autographing party,
which is being held to mark Chil Children's
dren's Children's Book Week,
Autographing hours will be from
f p.m. until 8 p.m.
$50,000,000
Ain't Hoy.
To Resorts
ALBANY, N.Y. (UP)' Tho
Catskill Mountains resort area in
Sullivan County has had a $50,-
000,000 shot in the arm in recent
years, according to State Com
merce Commissioner Edward
Dickinson.
The county has 500 hotels, with
more than 80,000 rooms. It has
3,00 bungalow colonies in addi addition
tion addition to .rooming and boarding
houses, tourist homes and motels.
Dickinson said the latest, county county-wide
wide county-wide innovation is air conditioning
installation. He said the larger
hotels are already ar-conditioned
while others expect to have theirs
installed within three years at a
cost of ovar five million dollar.



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They Want Harmony
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP)-Diplo-matic
sources today reported
that strong rumors of another
"crisis meeting" between Soviet
party chief Nlklta Khrushchev
and Yugoslav President Marshal
Tito are circulating In Irpn Cur Curtain
tain Curtain capitals.
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rift wit Yugoslavia and prepar preparing
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MEET THI MAYOR
ROYAL OAK, Mich UP)-"I
don't know your name; I'll call
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lack Kovo-lack told the man oresiuing ai me
city commission meeting, as he
rose to protest a zoning action.
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case you have occasion to come
to another commission meeting,
my name is Kelley and I have
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turn return of the crisis which parted
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U.S. Girl Makes Olympic History
But Ausstes Still Dominate Pools
, MELBOURNE, Dec. 4 (UP) Patricia McCormick of tha U. S. rallied hard-pressed U. 8. Olympic forces in the
team race with Russia tonight by winning tha apringboard diving championship for tha sacond atraight tima.
Tha victory by tha 26-yaar-old housawifa, who won both tha springboard and towor divas at Helsinki in 1952,
gava tha U. S. its 29th gold madaj of tha currant games and sat up a 1-2 finish by Amarican diving beauties.
Blonds Juna Stunyo of Gary, Ind., was sacond, and Irene McDonald of Canada third.
i. Barbara Sua Cildars of Detroit gava tha U. 8. fourth place, for a total of 18 points in tha event. Vaisntina
tehoumitcheva of Russia was fifth and Phyllis Long of Croat Britain was sixth.

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The American point haul

came at a tima the Russians
had closed the gap to within 21 21-points
points 21-points of. the U.a. toUl with
two gold medals In shooting and
a few other scattered points
during the day.
Earner in ine evening, wiuiry
Rose of Australia dealt tne
Yanks a severe blow by winning
rh. inn-meter freestyle, race In
'the Olympic record lime of tour
minutes, 27.3 seconds. George
Breen of Buffalo, N.Y., Ameri America's
ca's America's gold medal jnope, finished
tnird behind Tsuyosni yaman-
ka-of Japan.,
Mrs. McCormick, wwe oi tne
U.S. diTing coach and the
mother of one child, thus
completed the third, leg of an
unprecedented double sweep
of Olympic titles. No diver in
Olympic history aver has won
two rid medals in two Olym Olympiads
piads Olympiads btat the shapely Cantor -nlan
now h an odds-on favo favorite
rite favorite to do it by winning the
tower dfae Friday night.
Rose. a. strict veeetarlan who
trains on a seaweed jelly made
up by his mother, cut 3.4 sec seconds
onds seconds off the 1952 Olympic rec record
ord record of 4:30.7 set by Jean Boittux
of Prance. Yamanaka also shat shattered
tered shattered the old record but he was
clearly beaten by two body
lengths 12 feet by the Aussie
Whiz kid's final spurt.
Breen, a crw-cut blond, grab grabbed
bed grabbed an early lead but lost it to
Yamanaka and then, after 300
rheters. to the swiftly gplashiris'
Aussie. Rose gradually pulled a a-way
way a-way from both his challengers
9$ 5,500 Australian ians cneerea
their fourth swimming gold
medal winner
.Kevin O'Halloran, another
Aussie, -was fourth, Germany's
Hans Zierwold was fifth and
Gary W'nram, also of Australia,
was sixth, ,
Although Rose was favored
slightly, over Breen, U.S. team
members had high hopes Breen
could win the gold medal and
thereby reduce the Russian
threat in the unofficial team
standings.
, rne Russians, noweyer, picxeo
up 24 points ih shooting and
four more with a bronse medal
in the team sabre final.
Vltallil Romanenko of Ras Ras-slm,
slm, Ras-slm, a 30-year-old Bookkeeper
from Kev, won the first gold
medal of the day in the run running
ning running deer snooting event with
a total or mi points oat of a
possible 500. Olof Skoldberg of
Sweden was second but Russia
also bagged third place for a
total of 14 points to add to its
team total.
The "runnlna deer" is a card
board- silhouette pulled on rails
across tne target area in tour
seconds. .
After a long delay while judg
es examined each target care
fully; Anaiolii Bogdanov of. Rus-
sia was declared winner of the
small bore rifle championship.
in yacnting, with only one
more day to go, -the U.S. stood
an excellent chance of winning
a gold medal in the star class
with the yacht Kathleen skip skippered
pered skippered by Herbert Williams of
Chlcaeo. dIus a second or third
place in the dinghy f Inn class.
Kathleen ran second to the
Italian Merope III in today's
race but maintained a slight
lead in the overall standbies.
Paul Elvstrom of Denmark vir virtually
tually virtually clinched a gold medal In
the dinghy finn class when he
won today's section with John
Marvin of Marblehead, Mass.,
second.
In Greco-Roman wrestling,
flyweight John Wilson of
Washington, Pa., ban tam tam-weigfct
weigfct tam-weigfct Ken Townley of Sioux
City, la., and featherweight
Nearly 42 Delegates
Exoecled lor Confab
01 Radio Announcers
. Word, has been received here by
the organizing committee of the
third Inter American Radio An
houncers Confcress from Jack Cos
tello -of NBC-TV that he plans to
attend the parley here as one of
the delegates from the United
Statee.
The congress is scheduled to get
unaerway here on Dec. 12 with a
bout 42 delegates from North. Cen
tral and South American countries
at' end:-1 '
In addition to the delegates a
number of countries wi'l send ob observers.
servers. observers. Costa Rica so far will be
sending two observers in addition
to delegates Francisco Montero
-Madrigal, president of the -Costs
Rica Association of Radio An Announcers,
nouncers, Announcers, and Hernando Arias Go
mez.
Delegates 'to the parley, which is
held every, two years, will start ar arriving
riving arriving neat, -Wednesday. The con con-Iross
Iross con-Iross will begin Thursday and end
iTuesdajr. ,

Alan Rice of New York all
ware defeated, though not
eliminated.
Townley dropped a unanimous
decision to Imre Hodos of Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Rice was outpointed by
Imre Ply ak of Hungary and WIN
son was dedsioned by Ignazio
Pabra of Italy.
All three U.8. swimming en entrants
trants entrants In the men's 100-meter
backstroke and the women's
400-meter freestyle relay team
advanced In trial heats In the
afternoon.
Defending champion Yoshino Yoshino-by
by Yoshino-by Oytfkawa of Honolulu, world
record-holder Al Wiggins of

Pittsburgh and 18-ye ar-oid
Frank McKlnney of Indianapo Indianapolis
lis Indianapolis qualified among the final 16
for tomorrow's backstroke semi
British Navy's
Completes 1956
LONDON- The British Navy's
Navy's trial cruiser, HMS Cumber Cumberland,
land, Cumberland, has completed her 1956 test
program,, and final evaluation is
now up to the analysts.
Some results were apparent dur
ing the course of the trials, howev however,
er, however, such as the success of the new
fittings aad furniture in two senior
ratings'' messes. Metal folding
bunks, folding tables, and new
type kit lockers, designed, to make
the best use of limited space in new
construction ships, sH met with
general favor.
The Cumberland's major trials
commitment in 1950 was to test
two new gun control systems, both
of which can automatically track
and aim at a target by radar. She
had later 'to carry out test of her
stabilizer and to prove .that her
equipment could stand up to rough
weainer.
For the gun control systems e e-valuation
valuation e-valuation she left Devonport in
May for nearly three months off
Malta. Following this, she went to
the Atlantic and Northern waters
to carry out the second phase, re returning
turning returning to Devonport lata In Sep
tember.
The Malta operation required the
extensive aircraft cooperation of
721 Squadron of the Fleet Air Arm,
based at Hal Far, Malta, who
were responsible for jet aircraft
and towed targets.
TARGETS SHOT DOWN
Although non-exOlosive shells
were used in firings, many of the
targets were destroyed or shot
down. In addition, photographic
records were taken to prevent he
accuracy of the guns; over 10 mil miles
es miles of 35 mm and 1V4 miles of 16 mm
film, plus many stifli, have alrea already
dy already booh processed.
Naval personnel carried
out these trials. Thirteen repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the V i c k e r s-Arm-
strong firm were also aboard to
make initial tests and adjustments
to the new 6-inch turret destined
for the Tiger class cruisers. In the
past such tests have been done
ashore, but in the Cumberland the
manufacturer can perform them
at sea and obtain first-hand ex
perience of the conditions in which
the turret must operate.
A new three-in-one whaler had
its second season of trials, as did
a 25-foot fibre-glass Motor boat.
The whaler has a removable air air-cooled
cooled air-cooled diesel engine and can be
used as a "sea boat" at sea and
lor carrying passengers and stores
in harbor. With the engine remov
ed, the boat may be rigged as a
pulung or sailing boat. Two new
sailing rigs have been tried: the
old "Montagu" type for use in tha
open sea, and a new and more ef efficient
ficient efficient regatta rig for recreation
and racing: although somewhat
complicated, the latter has proved
a fast and lively rig.
The fibre-glass motor boat Is
now modified to carry 23 passeng
era. It is being tested to discover
whether the hull will require less
maintenance than conventional
wooden hulls and prove itself oth-
arwise seaworthy.
A third boat -a 16-foot "Vee"
drive, fast "Skimmer" waa also
on trial. With a 5Q BHP super
200-Pounder Loses
Bout To Bantam
ELLICOTTVILLE, NY. (UP)
Harold Peterson, a 200-pounder,
found out it doesn't pay to tangle
with a two-pound bantam.
Peterson waa trying to gather
eggs from the nest of a bantam
hen on. his farm when the hen at attacked
tacked attacked him.
In the scuffle that followed.
Peterson jabbed his hand on a
'protruding nail and suffered a
wound that required both medica medication
tion medication and an anti-tetanus inocula inoculation.
tion. inoculation. The outweighed hen was a loser,
too. though. Paterson got the eggs.

finals as A u s t r alia's John

Monckton set a new Olympic
record of 1:03.4.
Five swimmers bettered tne
old mark of 1:05.4 set by Oya Oya-kawa
kawa Oya-kawa In 1952. Three of the
five were AussJes Monck Monckton,
ton, Monckton, Dare Thlele and Johnny
tfaytcs indicating the
Yanks will have it tongh try trying
ing trying to pile op points in this
event.
The women's 400-meter free
style relay team with Betty Brey
ana Katnryn Knapp of cnevy
Chase, Md Nancy Simons of
Belvedere, Calif., and Marley
Shrlver of Glendale, Calif.,
qualified for the final with a
secohd place finish to South
Africa in its heat. Miss Knapp
will be replaced by freestyle
star Shelley Mann In the final.
Trial Cruiser
Test Program
charged diesel, the boat has a
speed of 15 knots and room for
three passengers; it is being tried
for use as a fast despatch, boat
which may, be mora seaworthy
man us precedessor.
A goal In engine-room trials was
to work toward automatic opera
won sna remote control of ma
chinery. Automatic temperature
con Uroli for fuel oil heaters and
remote control for main engine
tnrotties were tested.
The latest Admiralty desien gv
ro-magnetic compass was on trial
throughout the season. So much
aaia was oDtameu that it will now
be possible to conduct the most
thorough investigation ever made
into a ship's magnetic structure.
How to reduce maintenance and
cleaning effort, to save weight and
save money these are ever-pre
sent worries of boat-owners. Trials
on many snd various fittings in
dicated that, with some; reserve
uons, they promise to stand up
weii to service use. These lnclud lnclud-ednew
ednew lnclud-ednew type fibre-glass ventilators;
laminated deck planking: deck
caulking applied by mechanical
means; guard rails and awning
stanchions of solid stainless steel,
mim steel sprayed with aluminum
and mild steel sprayed with stain stainless
less stainless steel; and formica-covered a a-luminum
luminum a-luminum for bathroom partitions.
EaM
INVITING-Yvonne Chouteau,
of Muskogee, Okla., has been
named, by the state's 50th an anniversary
niversary anniversary commission to call
on the mayors of 100 of Amer America's
ica's America's largest cities and officially
invite them to attend Okla Oklahoma's
homa's Oklahoma's Golden Anniversary
celebration from April to No November
vember November in 1957. Mtis Chouteau
will present each mayor with a
large golden invitation. She is
a top ballerina with the Ballet
Russe -de Monte Carlo.

A-Weapons Should be Used
States NATO Chief; And Fuel

NAPLES, Italy. Dec. 4 (UP)
SHAPE commander Gen Lourii
Norstad said today that "if our
preservation and the preserva preservation
tion preservation of freedom in any future
war should deriend on the use of
nuclear weapons, these weapons
should and would be used."
Norstad made his statement in
a press conference answering a
question on the possibility that
the pressure of world opinion
and mutual fear may prevent
the use of nuclear wearjons in
case of conflict, as the possible
use of poison gas in world War
Two was discarded.
The ouestldner asked Norstad
how JJATO iwuld replace its
atomic superiority in this event.
Gen. Norstad said he did aot

22nd YEAR

AY Authorities Probe For Sabotage
In Ruins Of $15 Million Dock Fire

NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UP)
Federal and 1 a c a 1 authorities
searched for evidence of sabotage
today in the flaming wake of a
$15 million Brooklyn waterfront
explosion which destroyed the ci
ty s largest pier, killed at least
nine persons and Injured some 400
others. v.
Two seamen were questioned a-
bout a mysterious telephone call
made before the blast.
Fireboats and hundreds of fire firemen
men firemen still fought the blaze this
morning more than 12 hours aft
er it broke out on the Luckenbach
Steamship Line pier about 3:15
p.m. yesterday. The fire was offi officially
cially officially reported under control at
6:42 p.m. last night.
Fire Commissioner Edward r.
Cavanaugh Jr. described the disas disaster
ter disaster as the "worst fire in the histo
ry of New Yora naroor. tie saia
he thought the bomb-like explosion
was too tremendous to result for
even the highly flammable cargo
stored on the pier.
FBI agents, Navy intelligence
man, police detectives and fire
department offcials joined In an
all-out, "scientific" Investigation
of the possibility of sabotage.
One important lead was an ano anonymous
nymous anonymous telephone call received by
the New York Times two hours
Doug Mac Arthur II
Ambassadorship
To Japan Is Told
AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec. 4 (UP)
President Eisenhower today se selected
lected selected as the new U.S. ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to Japan Douglas MacArthur,
II. state deoartment counselor and
nephew of the famous World War
II commander, uen. uougias mac
Arthur.
MacArthur was selected to re recess
cess recess appointment, subject to later
Senate confirmation, to succeed
John M. Allison who will return to
Washington f o r reassignment.
Both MacArthur and Allison are
career men'in the State rfDepart rfDepart-ment
ment rfDepart-ment who are rotated periodically
in their jobs.
The new ambassador was ex expected
pected expected te take over his post in
Tokyo sometime in February.
Allison actually will continue as
envoy until that time.
The name MacArthur has long
been famous in Japan and the rest
of the Orient. The general, now In
retirement as chairman of the
board of Remington Rand, served
as Allied commander in the Far
East during World War II. tte
remained to command the occupa
lion of Japan and was supreme al
lied commander of forces in the
Korean War until summarily re
moved from his post m March
1951, by the then President Tru
man.
B. T. Clayton
Legion Post To Be
Reactivated
The Bertram T. Clayton
American Legion Post No. 7 will
be reactivated Thursday eve
ning, at 7 p.m., after being clos
ed for one year, it was announc
ed by Al Oauvin, Pacific vice
department commander, who
will officiate the organization
meeting.
Oauvin urged that all persons
eligible for membership in the
American Legion attend the
first meeting.
"This post has one of the
most coiorful background of any
post on the Isthmus and every
effort will be made to build
up membership in the post,
Oauvin said.
The liost Is located above the
fire station in the Corozal in
dustrial area.
think atomic weapons could be
compared to poison gas, because
they are used "only against de determined
termined determined objectives."
"If our preservation and the
preservation of freedom should
depend on the use of such arms,
they should and would be used,"
Norstad said.
The new SHAPE commander
answered newsmen's questions
before leaving by plane for Paris
at the end of a one-day get-ac-quainted
visit to Naples,
(1) Answering a question on
whether fuel supplies for NATO
nations could be ensured in case
of a shooting war. Norstad said:
"In case of emergency, save few
exceptions, we can count on

PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1956

before the fire. A male voice
promised that "something big"
would happen on a Brooklyn pier
during the afternoon.
Cavannah said two crewmen of
the steamship Ruth Lake were be
ing questioned regarding the call
received by the Times. The Ruth
Lake was tied up at the Bethle Bethlehem
hem Bethlehem Steel Co. shipyard, 21 blocks
from the Luckenbach pier, when
the explosion occurred.
Fire Marshal Martin Scott said
the caller apparently was oae of
the crewmen who wanted to re
port dissatisfaction aboard the dry-
docked British vessel. He said tne
call to the Times may have been
a "coincidence" with the fire.
Margarita Council
Elects President,
Other Officers
Henry T. Carpenter, of Margari
ta, was elected president of the
Margarita-Cristobal Civic Council
during elections held Monday
night In the Margarita service cen center.
ter. center. Other Civic Council officers e-
lected were Virgil C. Reed, first
vice president; Robert H. Miller,
second vice president : Mrs. Fran
cis Whitlock. treasurer; and i nom
as L. Sellers, representative to the
Governor's conferences.
Sellers also was appointed chair
man of the Fourth of July torn
mittee, which will start work im
mediatelv on plans for the 1957 eel
ehration of Independence Day.
Col Hugh M. Arnold, engineer
ing and construction director, and
David A. Yeraes, arcnneci in vne
Engineering Division, also attend
ed the meeting at wnicn more
..nan 100 residents of Margarita
and Cristobal were present.
Amnlri and Yerkes discussed
with the residents the future build
ing plans tor acnoois ana civit
centers in the townsite of Marga
rita.
Little League
Girls 9, Boys 7
Sixteen babies were born at
rr.cn solo HosDital durine the
week ending Wednesday at mid
week ending
night, according to the regular
hnsn1r.nl renort. Durine the same
period 83 patients were admitted
and 75 discharged.
Babies were born to the fol-
inwW American citizens: Mf.
nnH Mrs. Camstrano FaDon. oi
Coco Solito, daughter; Capt. and
Mrs. Raymond Dupere, of Fort
Gulick, daughter; AO-1 and Mrs.
Jesse Farmer, Jr., of Coco Solito,
son; Mr. ana Mrs. Marvin nu-
loff, of Santa Rita, aaugnier;
Lt. JO and Mrs. Paul. Clifford,
of Coco Solo, daughter; Sgt. and
Mrs. Charles Griffith, of Fort
Gulick, daughter; Sgt. and Mrs.
Edwin Dennlson, of Gulick
Heights, son; Sgt. and Mrs. Phil Phillip
lip Phillip Parisl, of Gulick Heights,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, of Gatun, son; M-Sgt. and
Mrs. John Beecroft, of Fort Da Davis,
vis, Davis, son; and Mr. and Mrs. Reg Reginald
inald Reginald Rinder, of Brazos Heights,
son.
Babies were born to the fol
lowing parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Kel Kelvin
vin Kelvin Cumberbatch, of Rainbow
City, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Vincent Atherley, of Colon, son;
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Evans, of
Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Burgess, of Rainbow Ci City,
ty, City, daughter; and Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Douglas, of Colon,
daughter.
And Will be,
No Problem
such supplies and stocks as to
ensure availability of essential
raw materials."
(2) Said he found "full unity
of views" among NATO nations
during his visits to Oslo, Malta
and Naples.
"When historians write the
history of our times and exam examine
ine examine the causes of our success
and I am fully confident we
shall be successful they will
find that its basis was full unity
of Intentions," Norstad' said.
(3) Asked how recent eyents
in North Africa affected NATO
defense plans. Norstad said:
"Tunisia and Morocco are out outside
side outside NATO. And we have no di

rect responsibility for them,"

Soviet Infiltration
In Egypt, Syria, Bared

LONDON The following facts
show the extent of Soviet infiltra infiltration
tion infiltration into Egypt and Syria, and the
Russians' employment of Nasser
as an instrument in the achieve achievement
ment achievement of their ends in the Middle
East.
EGYPT. Over the past 15 months
the Soviet bloc has supplied mux mux-tary
tary mux-tary equipment to Egypt to a val
ue of about $420,000,000. Egypt has
received: about 50 IL 28s, at least
100 MIGs, about 300 medium and
heavy tanks, over 100 self-propell
ed guns, about 200 armoured per
sonnel carriers, an assortment of
rocket launchers, bazookas, mines,
small arms, radar, wireless and
associated military equipment,
destroyers, 4 mine sweepers, 15-20
MTBs, some smaller ships.
Although Krushchev promised
earlier in the Suez Canal dispute
that if Egypt were attacked volun volunteers
teers volunteers would be sent to her aid
from the Soviet Union, there is no
evidence that any, in fact, arrived
up to the time of the cease-fire.
However, the Soviet bloc dis
patched over a thousand techni
cians and instructors prior to the
Suez dispute to assist the Egyptian
forces and are still running train
ing courses for Egyptian service
personnel in Soviet bloc countries.
The presence of largo hum hum-bars
bars hum-bars of Soviet bloc arms and
technicians in Egypt undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly provide an opportunity for
forming Soviet unit in Egypt
very quickly, and the repeated
talk of Soviet "volunteer s"
which has bean a persistent
theme in the Egyptian pros far
Mrs. Lillie Davis,
Well Known Zonian,
Dies In Memphis
Mrs. Lillie Neely Davis, mem member
ber member of a well-known Canal Zone
family and widow of Herbert C.
Davis, retired employe of the
ftnba, Receiving and Forward-
dlef suddenly Mon
day morning in Memphis, Tenn.
She was 53 years old.
Mrs. Davis came to the Canal
Zone in 1917, attended the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools and married
here. She left the isthmus in
1942 when her husband was re retired.
tired. retired.
She is survived by a son, Rob Robert
ert Robert Mitchell Davis, of Memphis,
and by two daughters, Janet, of
Memphis, and Mrs. Frank Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, of Houston, Texas.
Members of her family still
living in the Canal Zone are her
mother, Mrs. R J. Neely, of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, and three sisters: Mrs.
Michael Greene, of Margarita,
Mrs. John Robert Smith, of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, and Miss Mildred Neely of
Curundu.
'Messiah' To Be
Sunq Next Week
By College Chorus
The public observance of the
coming Christmas season will
begin in the Canal Zone next
Tuesday with the college com community
munity community chorus presentation of
the world-famous Handel's Mes Messiah."
siah." Messiah." The local production of next
Tuesday will be merely a conti continuation
nuation continuation of the lone series of
Messiah presentation which the
local college have given.
Admission will be free to the
one performance. Neil v. Bran Bran-stetter,
stetter, Bran-stetter, supervisor of music for
the Canal Zone Schools and In Instructor
structor Instructor of vocal music in the
Canal Zone Junior College, will
conduct.
Two US Solons
Arrive Tomorrow
Aboard Cristobal
U. S. Reps. Winfield, K. Denton,
(D-lnd.) and James I. Dolliver,
(R-Ia.) are due to arrive on the
Isthmus tomorrow from New York
aboard the Panama Liner Cristo
bal. Accompanied by their wives,
they will remain here until Satur Saturday
day Saturday when they will return to New
York on the same ship.

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several months tuggeat the sama
conclusion.
So does the fact that the Egyp Egyptians
tians Egyptians were unable to make any use
themselves of the sizeable bomber
force at their disposal (in three
days fighting against the Israelis
in Sinai, betore the Anglo-French
forces began bombing their air airfields,
fields, airfields, no bomber sorties were
flown by the Egyptians).
SYRIA. The Soviet Union opened
negotiations with Syria early in
1936 and since then the Soviet bloc
has supplied her with about 100
medium tanks, 100 armoured per personnel
sonnel personnel carriers, 50-100 self"- pro propelled
pelled propelled guns, and about 100 guns of
various calibres, together with
large quantities of minor arma armaments,
ments, armaments, ammunition, vehicles,
wireless and radar and other e e-quipment.
quipment. e-quipment. About 20 MIG aircaft
are also believed to have been
supplied. The total value of Soviet
bloc arms provided comes to about
$56,000,000.
To reach Syria Soviet aircraft,
as in the case of Egypt, would
have to overfly neutral countries,
wnetner ineir governments con consented
sented consented or not. There are no firm
indications as yet that any such
flights have been made; press re
ports of the arrival of Soviet air aircraft
craft aircraft in Syria during the last few
days have not been confirmed.
This, however, would be the logi
cal way to send help to the Mid Middle
dle Middle East in the present circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. Fines of $10 each for trespass trespassing
ing trespassing in various commissaries were
meted out in Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning to the follow following
ing following persons:
Ana Arguelles, 36, Panamanian;
Gavina Inez Golden, 37, Panaman Panamanian;
ian; Panamanian; Ana Clotilde Barraza, 40, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, Mayra Esther Garrido,
23, Panamanian, and Martha Emi Emilia
lia Emilia Garrido, 26, Panamanian.
A suspended fine of the same a a-mount
mount a-mount was assessed against Ada
Maria Peres, 34, Panamanian.
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