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Mi INDEPENDENT Hfe 011Y NEWSPAPER
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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5. IMS FIVE CKTi
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Panic Breaks Out
Pull Out Of Suez
PORT SAID Egypt. Dec. 5 (UP) Almost 1,000
British soldiers embarked here today to kick off a mass
withdrawal on Anglo-French invasion forces. Informed
sources said the pullqut would clear all 11,000 British and
French troops from Egypt within two weeks.
Feds May Grab
CLINTON, Tm.. Dm. 5 U
Seurred by a mitfniflht aynamita aynamita-tosslng
tosslng aynamita-tosslng incident, Federal mthoritiei
were expected to (tart l roundup
today of lajregationitta who have
need violence and terror to block
The latest violence broke out
near here last night In a town
troubled by previous antl-Newo
Police reported that dynamite
tossed from a speeding automo automobile
bile automobile damaged a tavern in the
Nero district of Oliver Springs,
where rioting occurred last fall
in sympathy with antl-segreta-
tion demonstrations at tne onn onn-ton
ton onn-ton High School.
The damaged tavern Is owned
by a white man, but a Negro
cafe stands across the street,
and police said they believed it
may have been the Intended tar target.
get. target. Three of the five trlcka ef dyna dynamite
mite dynamite were teaeed from the ear,
which apparently M ImoWf,
feat for the threwera N take accu accurate
rate accurate aim.
The explosive landed In the
front yard of the tavern, tearing
a five-foot-wide hole and shat shattering
tering shattering two Windows.
Authorities believed the dvn dvn-amiting
amiting dvn-amiting was linked to trouble
yesterday in Clinton where se se-aregationists
aregationists se-aregationists beat a white min minister,
ister, minister, the Rev. Paul Turner, who
escorted Negro students to the
newly-integrated high school.
Was so Fast',
On His Beating
Editor Net: The Rev. Paul
Turner, paator of one of Clin Clinton's
ton's Clinton's largest churches, was beat beaten
en beaten yesterday after escortina six
Ngro student to integrated
Clinton High School. Hero is his
account ef the episode.
By PAUL TURNER
CLINTON. Term.. Dec. 5 (UP)-
Th whole thine bappend so fast
I couldn't tell you the details.
I do remember that after seeing
the Negro s t i d e n t s enter the
school I noticed Clyde Cook a de defense
fense defense witness at segregationist
John Kssper's sedition trial re recently)
cently) recently) was nearby. As 1 walked
away from the school, I sensed
there was some kind of trap.
I first went Into a police station
when I realized I was being fol followed.
lowed. followed. I thought I would be able
to avoid trouble.
Then I left the station and start
ed toward toy church (First Bap-i
tist.) A few seconds later I was
attacked. That's about all I re
The first 350 British trooos left
last night aboard a tank landing
ship for Cyprus. Another 200 men
and 220 vehicles will board three
more ships today.
Another 2,000 will sail from the
Suez Canal city .aboard the troop troopship
ship troopship Dilwara later today.
French plans were not revealed,
but were believed to be similarly
Meanwhile, the tension which has
risen gradually in this city burst
out into the open with the news
that Britain and France had a a-greed
greed a-greed to withdraw from Suez. Brit British
ish British troops marching through the
city were jeered and made the
objects of derogatory gestures by
Fanatical supporters of Egyptian
President Gamar Abdel Nasser
plastered his picture on walls in
broad daylight. The arrest of three
shopkeepers who failed to obey
Anglo-French orders to open up
brought a complete shutdown of
the city's commercial life.
Even tne ubiquitous street nawK
ers selling presents to soldiers dis
appeared after photographers start
ed taking photographs of them, pos
sibly for use in future retaliation
when the city is again in Egyptian
The big foreign colony continued
to show signs of panic, and consul
ates were flooded with foreigners
who do not want to be left in Port
Said to face possible anti-Western
violence. The Egyptian governor
appealed to the people to mam
To Dump Eden
.Speaking for the Canal Zone
Bar Association today,, Dr. L. S.
Carrington termed the motion
of a Washington attornev that
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe disqual disqualify
ify disqualify himself in the man's disbar disbarment
ment disbarment case as "Just an attempt
to confuse the issue."
In petitioning the Judo- to
deny the motion to disqualify
because of alleged "bias" charge
ed by attorney Charles H. Flash Flash-phaler,
phaler, Flash-phaler, Carrington told Crowe
that the lawyer accused In the
disbarment motion was merely
"trying to throw a shadow of
misconfidence on the integrity
or your Honor."
At the end of today's hear
Ing in which Attorney Dwight
A. McKabney also argued for
the local bar association,
Crowe denied Flashphaler's af affidavit
fidavit affidavit requesting that the
jurist withdraw from the case.
He then granted the 90-day
continuation Flashphaler had
asked to allow the lawyer to
come to the canal Zotie and col collect
lect collect data and witnesses to fight
the association's plea for his
disbarment. A hearing was set
Flashphaler was admitted to
the Canal Zone bar In 1944
while he was an enlisted man
serving with the Army.
For some three years, he has
been in correspondence with the
local court regarding- a question
raised by the Washington Bar
Association when he applied for
admission there. j
The Washington group
brought to the attention of the
local association that in 1933
Flashphaler had been convicted
in Steuben County, New York, of
criminal libel, and had been
sentenced to a $500 Nflne and
four months in jail.
After study, the local asso association
ciation association fled a petition charg charging;
ing; charging; Flashphaler committed a
fraud anon th District Court
by concealing this fact when
Thewashington man con
tends his aDDllcation for the
Canal Zone bar was prepared by
C. T. Mccormick, clerk of the
Court, and that he never saw
the paper, although he signed
He also cited a letter from Mc
New Revolt Close
Paz y Salvos'
Will be Needed
For 57Platesis Puppets Gush
A bill which was given final
passage yesterday by the Na National
tional National Assembly is expected to
keep a large number of motor motorists
ists motorists from getting their 1957 li license
cense license plates unless they can
produce a "paz y salvo."
revised rjormick on which there appears
1 ana aetineuia nnatacrlnt rerrdin t.h. low.
against any mass desertion that v;. iw mnXtinn
wuuiu luppie uic &ueii (tu.cm
ment in tomorrow s confidence
vote on Britain's unconditional
withdrawal from Egypt.
The rebels made it clear, how-
kt maa iho critic wit
I V V 1 Ul Will V- I i-"
weathered, they would go all-out!
in their campaign to dump 5ir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden as premier in favor
of a new Conservative government.
Leaders of the rebel group
estimated at about 35 strong re-.
vised their battle plans at a late
night strategy session that broke
up in the smau nours mis morn
Court to Consider
In Fee Hassle
This is enough. If the federal
government won't do anything
now, then local authorities are
within their rights to close the
whole thing (school) down.
Thev (the Negroes V have a mor
al right to attend school unheckled they
and unmolested by un-Christian
This is community problem. If
there aren't enough good people to
go along and carry through with
what's been started, then I doubt
if 1 11 put myself out.
nut j. m going to Keep right on
encouraging people to do the right
Segregation is a complex prob problem,
lem, problem, that is arguable both ways.
I accompanied the Negro atu
dents to school to let my presence
be testimony that as long as the
law is what it. is and Is long as
Tomorrow the U.S. District
Court will consider a motion fil filed
ed filed bv states Attornev Francis
P. Noonan that proceedings be
suspended in the pilots' suit un until
til until the pilots' present attorneys
come to an agreement with Noo
nan regarding fees.
In court today. Attorney
Charles E. Ramirez argued that
the motion was faulty and
should not have been filed.
Judae Crowe ruled, however,
that the motion had been Hied
in the case of Robert F. Bovd
vs. the Panama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, and that some disposi disposition
tion disposition would have to be made Of
it, faulty or no.
He told Ramirez, the latter
would have ample opportunity to
present his oolnions.
Noonan. who was formerly
lawyer for the pilots, has Indi Indicated
cated Indicated he may return to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zpne to argue his motion.
Panama Csnal Company at attorneys
torneys attorneys David Markun and
Dwight McKabney indicated
had no objection to the
motion, since tne issue was a
matter of fees between plain plaintiff's
tiff's plaintiff's counsel.
McCormfck has countered
that Flashphaler prepared his
own application. He also says
someone else wrote the post postscript,
script, postscript, and says he had no pri prior
or prior knowledge of the attorney's
Flashphaler accused the Judge
of prejudice because the jurist
wrote in 1953 to the Washington
Dar tnat Mccormick "Is a dis
tirtguished gentleman in whom I
have ever confidence is
meticulous in handling matters
pertaining to this court, and
has the highest Integrity."
Both Carrington and Mc Mc-Kahne
Kahne Mc-Kahne cited voluminous pre precedent
cedent precedent to Indicate Judge Crowe
could hardly be pre.1u4led a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a man who left the
Zone some eight ears or more
before Crowe arrived.
They also attacked the legality
or me coae sec'tions under which
the lawyer made his charges.
They further said they would
have no dealing with three at attorneys
torneys attorneys Flashphaler has named
to represent him until and un unless
less unless such attorneys are admitted
A ROMANTIC SIGHT for those whoSrream of the days of the
windjammers is tne yacht Yankee moving under full sail.
Tall Masts, Full Sails,
17 Guys and Six Girls
By OLIVE BROOKS
Early this evening the brigan brigan-tlne
tlne brigan-tlne Yankee will cast off from
her Balboa pier for Galapagos
on the fourth leg of an 18 18-month
month 18-month globe-circling voyage.
Her Z3 young crewmen in including
cluding including five gals are mak making
ing making the trip on a "pay, play
and work" basis.
Before the Yankee cleared
from Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 4,
crewmen deposited an average
of $5000 each with Capt. Irving
M. Johnson, master and former
owner of the 96 ft. yacht.
With Mrs. Johnson as chap chaperon
eron chaperon and ship mother, John Johnson
son Johnson has circled the world six
times with amateur crews of
young men and women.
First mate Ed Crosby is a
Cape Cod student; second mate
Ralph Krelmer is a young law lawyer
yer lawyer from Cincinnati.
Dr. Alice Strahan, ship's doc doctor,
tor, doctor, is a practicing physician
Only one member of the
congenial group dd not ante
for the voyage. Pre-dental stu student
dent student Victor Nelson is cooking
his way around the world, for
Everybody else has to stand
watches with Nelson In the gal galley
ley galley for mess-boy duties.
Everybody aboard has to know
how to handle lines and break
out the 7,77b sq. ft. ol sail the
Before the ship had made
many miles southward from
Gloucester along the path of the
WspR Yankee clippers, all
hands were needed. On the
course to Bermuda they ran In Into
to Into a tough storm.
After repairs in St. Georges,
Bermuda, ".he Yankee stopped in
Haiti where the crew learned
history first hand at Jean Crls' Crls'-tophe's
tophe's Crls'-tophe's majestic Citadel.
After another stop in Grand
Cayman, they headed for
Cristobal, spent a day there
and made a leisurely Sunday
transit through the Canal.
As the Yankee passed through
the locks, her masts and yards
were alive with brightly-clad
crew memoers who had gone a
("Paz y salvos" are certificates
from the Iriternal Revenue De Department
partment Department attesting that the
bearer has paid all his taxes up
to the date of Issue of the cer certificate).
tificate). certificate). The bill prohibits the pay payment
ment payment of munio pal taxes on
private automobiles, the re receipt
ceipt receipt of goods through cus customs,
toms, customs, the signing of contracts
with the state and city gov governments,
ernments, governments, the registering of
deeds and other documents
and the payment of bills by
the rovernment unless the in
terested party certifies that
his 'ncome taxes have been
This bill will also apply to
Panama residents employed on
the canal Zone who will no
longer be entitled to "Z" plates
after Dec, 31.
Probation was revoked in ITS.
District Court today for a fre frequent
quent frequent offender Just released
from the Panama penal colony
on Cnlba Island.
In sending Ernesto Garcia, 21,
Panamanian, to Gsmboa peni penitentiary
tentiary penitentiary to serve his term for
frand larcenv. Juf'ee Guthrie F.
Crowe observed that' the man
ceemed to be suffering from ma malaria.
laria. malaria. When auestinned as to what
was ww with h'm. the sbiv sbiv-rrin"
rrin" sbiv-rrin" Gp'c'a said he was taken
'11 at Colba.
Th Court, District Attornev
Tow-'and y. Hazard flrf Acting
.A 1 HK De?- VUP)-Hun9ry' desperate millions
edged dangerously close to a new armed uprising today
following clear signs that the puppet government intend-
forfreedZ fla'"$ f bldy fiflht
There was real risk of a new demonstration against
the Russian armed might sometime today.
Even if the dav oassed nuiiv i .j
her, woU.d b, .bi; Tjg iJEZt
ed for a new massive gesture of defiance.
A government decree deelnrinn th
councils "dissolved" end.H ulVrZ'TS
. r i ,,,,""'s "wye rnar we
iXffirr Soins registered by
loft to see all 'they could of the labile Defender "'oorow de
jungle and the waterway. nasfa-n took rote of the tt th't
ircip ban been mnvl-ted d'
three v"",9n,,'' Ponomt and
one traffic vio'H'n yi""e b
wire, put on nrobt'on Pent. 2.
1Q5"). frr (rrenlfng a doctor's me-
Ore ff the TisrAnrl'i w?
t"l m "connected with mari-'luna."
The revolutionary Councils
represented popular opposition
to the hated Ka8ar regime. It
seemed inevitable that Kadar. in
his new tough mpod, would move
io oDinerate them,
There war mounting fears that
ha would eventually move in on rho
worken' councils In afmilar fash fashion.
ion. fashion. Thus far Kadar has tolerated
the workers' councils as wrely
attempt to build up the trade
unions in the eyes of the work
unions m tne eyes of the work-1 said todav hi. iu- Ln-.2CJ
ers Indicated Kadar had desltrns iwlTJ .,y-.S5 beliVM Wed
on the workers councils too. I Mooi H,,nl-i..pen ,ls doni
The defiance of 30,000 women .t m X; 1
nn Wnniin .. 1 J li t- i -... ui
In Balboa, the Yankee pir'"d
up her Christmas mail, the
last crewman will receive un until
til until they reach Pitcalrn island,
the next scheduled port after
a look around the Galapagos.
Tahiti, Java and Bangkok are
some of the places ahead for
the Yankee crew men who Im Imbibing
bibing Imbibing their geography in whole wholesale
sale wholesale lots. 1
Some of those aboard are col college
lege college profs, who will have a lot to
tell their students by the time
the brigantine sails the long
Its due back in Gloucester
May 4, 1958.
In rernmmend'nw tvt nrei
"erve b' term, the rnsr-tnt At Attorney
torney Attorney nrrreH rht the rWrH rWrH-"it.
"it. rWrH-"it. had r,rn',,o,'ert tr, siun in
pmpmo t"or $a a hn'e of mor mor-rhtro
rhtro mor-rhtro sf'-'en from the physi physician's
cian's physician's bag.
Tbe lnTe fernel' fv,9t rtir rtir-'i
'i rtir-'i CO"''' be t)r n' M )'lre
""i nerhaps rehabilitated at
who demonstrated despite Rus
sian armored cars and tanks
yesterday showed clearly the
mood behind the wrecked fac facades
ades facades of Budapest homes.
Only one factor remained to pre prevent
vent prevent another outburst of violence
and bloodshed by the exasperated
people. That waa the stark knowl knowledge
edge knowledge that they had no hopo of out out-aid
aid out-aid aid If it came to fiqhtino again.
Little plots of graves In Buda Buda-pest's
pest's Buda-pest's tragically vacant lots pro provided
vided provided everyday reminders to the
people of the futility of trvin?
to overcome the might of Soviet
l1",?" J1 rlflM and Kasollne Kasollne-fllled
fllled Kasollne-fllled bottles.
chFor.d,"W that the United States
than 100,000 refugees who have fled
IhJ Vrom Hun-wry alter tou-in?
Vienna0" bortw east
U S. authorities originally offer offered
ed offered to admit 5000 Hungarians f ee!
ing Communist terror. President
fcia-enhnwer later increased the au
thonzed quota to 21,500.
J"ain n" abolished a 5000-man
ceiling on the number of refugee
It wH a-cept to r-ov.de
restricted immigration, and Cans
diari immigration mincer J w
PickersgiU said today the "shi
the limit" on Hn""arian refutes?
movement to Canada.
.Uc.V.crszi", esti-ved that wrttt
u on ine way
AH The Sweetness
After The Bitter
BABYLON, N.Y., Dec. 5 (UP)-
roiice have lifted the ban on
overtime parking here for the
Instead of a ticket, patrolmen
are refilling expired parkins met
ers and slipping notes under wind
shield wipers which read:
"Be of good cheer. Though vour
meter has expired, we have filled
ZT V1 w it once again. Babvlor. ii a f-iend
tteir moral right to come unheck. ly vUlage. The spirit of Yuletide
ISd and unhindered jj, ours throughout the year."
Kr tiM VJbH' MMK&&Bgtoto Osasf sV 4 tk
"'I fllilsPlsaW 4t VsaH oflH SiB HaW aasifl Kt0f$ ' -M
m raMstr. mm bh
akmM I m. L0L! Kafflsk N
Wi WW ..
He said political scroeninc nctH
fn Admiralty Libels
On Vessel 'Guavas'
Jllrtment was rendernrl In TT c
District Court this mnrnine in nn
of the hnif-dnTn n-tinoifv Hhic cesses have been streamlined
connected with the Ecuadorean ?ot ta delav 'c ornctf r.". of re
shin Guavas. fugees, and added that prospeetWi
Judge Crowe directed that funds ",a an 'miTants to c'anra
re--. od hv 'he r" Tf from the r-o re not required to undergo a
of the ship be used to pay the $600 3X',!" ve nr ni ex i"i8Hn.
er w-" i r p-v's we-"-- '" "The doctor just looks at them,
in a suit by Francisco Gabino and ,nd W,"' tp- h iey 'nnk
ols"r ee'"e-'. so ill that they could not stand
Dr. L. S. Carrington, who repre- thfl r? n of ,ri,J or if iev
sented the f.st libe'iam in m might have infectious diseases,"
case, smilingly commented that pickersgill said.
'nvyer a-" no ,...0f
the last libel, was tbe first to get reU Cunrint-
first claim on a ship.) i T r .i
In y-"v G-'-ai ra,e, that of Of O UeCtn
me lexas I'etroieum Company, the
Ji.d"e W. ahout to ii"n t '-r NICOSIA, Cyprus, Dec 4 (UP)
of default, but postponed action -Two masked men shot tn iwth
imtij an a"-T,ev s, -'erven- i Greek Cypriot shepherd tnda
ing party returned to town. in a villare cafe near Larnara
G ier.0 Arias Of AW-j? hphrpna In 9 vill" n.r t
& Fabrega appeared for the Texss an area where anti-British EOKA
v win Ha,lJ
CAPT. IRVING JOHNSON comes out of a hatch. He is the
yacht's master and former owner also the cruise director.
CREWMEN WHO VISIT SICK BAY aboard the yacht will
receive attentloa from a pretty blonde, Dr. Alice Strahan.
Car Knocks Down
Little Girl; Not
A littie airl broke awav frnm
Limits on Fourth of Julv Ave. VPS.
terday and da"NH Mo tHn ih
of an oncoming vehicle but three-vr-0M
I '-en K- en Hnhsnn
! escaped serious Injury.
I iron, Hn-ll r cf ,nJ VIr.
Jack Hobson, who live on Fourth
of J"'y, was treated at Gor"as
Hospital for lacerations of the
mouth and left arm.
Police said the girl ran from
the sidewalk into 'he treef in
front of an auto driven by Nellie
''erera Mor-ran, in en ie of
iGorgas. They said no action was
ta'-en i'n;t t;ie d- vp'-.
Hobson is stationed with the mil
itary police at Won Amador.
rebels are extremely active.
The government reported that
November was the worst month
yet for clashes between British
and EOKA forces. Thirty-four oer oer-on
on oer-on were killed, including four
British civilians, and 71 persons
SMITH'S HELPERS SHV:
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, INC
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WW AND rLISHCD iv THE PANAMA AMERICAN PIM INC.
reuNoco y nelson aouNSEvevi. in ii
HARMODIO ARIA. IDITOK
?, H Street P. O. Box 134. pnm. R. Of P.
TtLIFHONC 1-0740 S LINE
Cable Atdmii panamerican, Panama
COLON Orrici; 12.179 Centkal Avenue between H.-h and 13th Street
FOfttiSN Represent ati vE2 JOSHUA B POWERS. INC.
34S Maoison Ave. New Vopk. IT N. Y.
Per month, in advance
For six month, in advance advance-For
For advance-For one tear, in advance
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
TV Mri h n town fee ren el Th Panama American
ttn sts receives iretetully and or handled in wholly confidential
if ye Contribute s lerUl don't bt impatient if tt eoeia'i opoi ul
est dy. Latter of published' in the or t received.
r Neese try t keep Ik limited to on pass length.
MsRtir f letter writeri it held m itrictett confidence.
Trm saw ipsa m iMi no teipomibility tot itarementi at SfisioM
ipmild W Mmiri from reader,
SALVATION ARMY FLEA
In keeping with our custom at Xmas-tide lor the past 45
years, we are again soliciting the cooperation of the general
public lor Funds to procure Xmas baskets lor over 300 poor and
destitute persons in the Colon community.
' Through the generous help of our inends and well-wishers
)ait year, this organization was able to OistriDute jdu junas
.packages of food to adults; 300 children were given sweets and
Yefreshments; 150 old folks received clothing; 1,000 meals and
n -refreshments were given to men, women and children.
, , Persons desirous of contributing to the Xmas Cheer Fund,
' hould do so through; the commanding officer of the Colon
OCehtral Corps, 14th & D Streets, Amador Guerrero Avenue: Box
.J'G" Cristobal, Canal Zone, or Telephone 743 Colon.
Clement A. Moonsawmy, i
'- 3r. Captain.
THE GLORIOUS, DEADLY ADVENTURE
OF HUNGARY'S FREEDOM FIGHTERS
Thi 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, 'A'rpad- Hazafi" is not the writer's own name, put
the storf he teftl is hie, own, and that of his friends. It was supplied to us by the United States Information
Serviced" The' pictures accompanying it are also Haza fi's.
y 0IW PIAKSOM
... -1 t- uu 'a. mi uriAflc nv
ad c Sa nrdav s Mail box ieu,cr vuinmj "j
Buver," fails to understand the reason for the higher prices
.... -v, p tr. nnm with t,h warnine by the Gov-
and of course what is to
QArtior about the future. ...
, Is it not a fact that the Cbmmy Prices must bring a profit
SV pay the retirements of local-rate employes and with the de decrease
crease decrease of $10,000,000 business after the first of the year (as
nJtated by the Governor) you can depend on plenty of increase
unless this $2,000,000 profit payment to retired local-raters is
2SeL years ago this P.R.R. questionable fin-
.-tedller aeneral) to declare the railroad employes were not U S
jGovernmental similar to other employes on
8 they were able to avoid payment on a 40-hour work : week for
ai.l. i.... i0..ifiorf nnripr the Thomas Amendment, a
' m- i j i i ... nifOD ci ( tt -A v
u-, Pnnm'oco nnvPrma .ran.? r.iai eiiiuu.Yto ouv
Machinists, plumbers, engineers, pipefitters and others.
These employes when employed signed the same oath ot
atfffice as all other Canal Zone U.3. citizens. This non-paymen
S? labor as stated has never been paid in spite of the hundreds
millions profit derived from the commy and other activities
.Tne said employes were declared 100 per cent governmental by
the next Comptroller eight years later. The amount saved by
a c. i n i .. i f;nn nnn
" int r.K.n. was ap(jiuAHiiaicj
F. L. Hogen
TOYS FOR KIDS
that Christmas is very near and there will be the
...... AmlMM 1 tKo 7.nn Inr n rt TOVS. tlC. 10 DB KIVCU 10 u
Z"l"f tQ nam a T wniilrf Tike to ask if something could
done about a situation that occurs eacn year id ul.iu.cv,u.v..
ih this. , . hi.
. The orphan is Justly due an me awenuuu wc un uv
as he does not have the affections so necessary that comes
'. irom parents. Nevertheless, each year they receive such a
, .quantity of toys, etc., that thev have a surplus especially in
'view of the fact they live together as, brothers and sisters and
(Siie toy .can serve, many. LiALiilifej ,fV,
ml There are miny chileTferfln Panama living with their bar bar-Srits
Srits bar-Srits that are barely able to; feed and cldthfe'thelr SonS and
tf drughters, let alone buy toys for them. I have heard a num num-.
. num-. Jer of the children say, "I wish I were an orphan.
I'm wondering if there couldn't be something done about
trTis situation this year. Could not the Ministerial Alliance
-.of the Zone offer some good suggestions? Is not there some
other social groups that can help in this? I have heard it said
lthat many of the church groups of Panama do not receive
o these things for distribution at Christmas because they are
not ask. 4,
Could not the various persons or groups in the Zone col collecting
lecting collecting these toys publish names and telephone, numbers of the
,-ones to be contacted?
The big procession to the orphanage in David each year is
S joy to the orphans there but radness to the children of Da Da-.iarld.
.iarld. Da-.iarld. The big banquets and parties given here In the Zone for
various groups of orphans in Panama City also is sadness to
'""many children who, though they have parents, still of ten-have
4o fill their stomachs with water to kill hunger.
I don't know the answer. But mavbe those who are used
to dealing with these things, reading this, will be able to get
"together and spread the joy around.
3t.; CAPEHART HOUSING PROJECT
Dear Lothario Jr.:
Wrl note the Army Is being very coy about Capehart housing
tallowing Col. Peca's announcement of a few weeks ago. Could
it be the good colonel was talking when he should have been
'listening and that the Army has found out that getting Cape Cape-"httfl
"httfl Cape-"httfl housing Is more than merely writing .a letter and then
sUWng back and waiting for the contractor to start digging.
As a matter of personal interest, the undersigned secured
Iftfopy of the law and wrote a couple letters to the U.S., ln ln-ucliding
ucliding ln-ucliding to a member of Congress. The replies were interest interest-.
. interest-. Jng. to say the least... and' I for one would like to make a
-iittle bet with Col. Peca on the chances of this area (the C.Z.)
: patting Capehart at this time.
' For Col. Peca's information, the FHA takes a long, careful
-look at any housing deals... the FHA has to make sure it is
not stuck for a couple million dollars. I also wonder if the
. colonel knows that the Army does not have the iinal say on
-"iiousing (Capehart, that is) before a deal goes to the FHA?
3C.C! Even if the Army approves, the Dapartment of Defense has
4e favorably endorse any project. Then the FHA gets Into
"The act and If the FHA doesn't like the looks of things... no
No, Lothario Jr., don't plan to move for a spell... if ever.
Unless It is from one ehack to the other.
0 r Belleau Woods
By A'RPAD HAZAFI
TUESDAY, OCT. 23
Th'e 'statue of the Polish general
is a natural goal: some of our slo
gans pledge solidarity with the
the Polish people.
By the time wa arriv at th
Bam tritu wa number some 60.-
Evants begin to move mora
rapidly. The first Hungarian flag
appaar with the hated hammer
rnd tirk'a fionifyino colonial
fate and satellite petition for our
be oved country cut out of the
One after another more of the
new Hungarian flags appear. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly someone remembers to put
the old Kossuth coat of arms on
the flag in place of the cut out
Communist emblem. We have cre created
ated created a new fi'ag of freedom!
In the meantime we all sing the
Szozat "Appeal to the Nation" and
the Hungarian "National Hymn,"
which begins "God bless the Mag Mag-yer"
yer" Mag-yer" both of which had been ban banned
ned banned under the Communi;ts.
We cannot get enough. The actor
Ferenc Bessenyei also declaims
the "National Song" and the "Ap "Appeal
peal "Appeal to the Nation."
Peter Veres, the head of the
Hungarian writers' demands for
more freedom demands very sim similar
ilar similar to those put forth by the stu students.
dents. students. The. day is ending. We begin lo
march toward the Parliament
House. The crowds are still peace peaceful
ful peaceful we march in orderly lines.
We carry the new Hungarian flag.
During the march ws are join join-ad
ad join-ad by worker laavii4 ihelr iobi,
and by th time w arrive in
Kostuth Laioi Square there are
150,000 of ui. All traffic stops on
Although still orderly, the crowd,
begins demanding the appearance
of Imre Nagy.
Suddenly, in the early darkness,
the Red Star on top of the Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament House symbol' of Moscow'
control of our country is lighted.
The crowd begins to roar "Put out
the Red Star!" and as suddenly as
it came on the light is turned off.
We hear a thin voice from the
bai'cony in front of the building:
Give us. twenty minutes; com comrade
rade comrade Nagy is on the way, and the
loudspeaker is being set up."
It gets darker. Various cars
with loudspeakers are among the
crowd, but we. do. mot know it they
are manned by friends or CommuiJ
pists, so we o ranpiei (new spear.
ma rweniy minuioe rw up,
arid a characteristic Communist
deceit takes plate. Instead of
the promised appearance of .Na .Nagy,
gy, .Nagy, which might have saved the
situation, the (treat lights- In
Kossuth Square are turned out.
One hundred fifty thousand peo people
ple people stand in the Dark. Suddenly,
torches improvised from newspa newspapers
pers newspapers appear. It Is a wonderful
sight to see 10,000 torches burning
before the Parliament building 1
Nagy still has not appeared, and
we become more" impatient. "Let
us go to Stalin Squarenet to re recite
cite recite poems but to pull down the
statue of Stalin," someone shouts.
Finally. Nagy arrives. "Com
""""V. a .a ibb1
WASHINGTON Speaking out State Adolph Berle wrote i secret
for the first time, Hermann Field report expiaiiuag why
has now cleared up the rayieiy He said that the Thai Prime
of his strange disappearance be- Minister Luang Pibwi Songgram
hind the Iron Curtain and his five would eventually respond to pres pres-years
years pres-years in a Polish prison. jsure and come over to the United
in a television interview with States. This did happen,
this writer, he told how he had i-nmc Minister i lOui-Sooggram
gone behind tne Iron Curiain to is now in power, and some State
find his brother, Noel Field. Department, officials don't want
hermann was picked up by the antagonize him by showing how he
Red secret police and kept in a was pressured in 1942. Publics Publics-Red
Red Publics-Red prison lur live years on cliarg- lion, ihey lear. may cause him to
es of being a British agent. ;how that he is net subservient to
The Ponsh government finally ( Americans by edgini over to the
freed him and paid him $50,000 in- Communist camp now.
aemnity for false imprisonment. .... Assistant secretary Carl' McCer McCer-Field
Field McCer-Field described himself as an die, press adviser to Dulles, is now
"ai'umnus" ot the same pri.-on mu ung over the Chin papers
where the new Polish premier, and probably' will decide 6n behalf
Wiauyslaw Gomulka, was held, of Secretary Duller whether they
Field used to peek through a crack are to be published,
in nts window and see Mis. Gomul Gomulka
ka Gomulka taken on daily walks, JOB FOR LAUSCHS
u was very nard tor her, be because
cause because she was in solitary confine- Senator-eleet Frank Lausche,
men, lor about nine m o n t a s, w.i K. rhP
i Field said. "I could see her going five times Gofefnor erf nnrmali'v
downmii very rnucn. Later,. I laim Republican Ohio, thougn a Demo Demo-just
just Demo-just in time, they put another worn- V, could do a uniaue iob in the
an in witii uci
GRIM SYMBOLS IN A PLACE OF PEACE At first glance this Budapest park presents
the aspect of peace and quiet one might expeet. But the view is made grim by th- lon lon-grave,
grave, lon-grave, of a freedom fighter in the foreground and the man in background, dartyine a sack of
potatoes. They are symbols of the death and hunger that have descended 'onHungarian capital
We hear that people at the
dio station were shot.
We start for there by truck.
Looking back from Dotit Gy or orgy
gy orgy street, we sea the Stalin sta statue,
tue, statue, cut off at, the knaas, fall
forward to the ground with e
When we arrive at the Commu
nist-controlled radio building in
Alexander Brbdy street, we Tearft
what has happened.
A youth delegation attempted to
ra-'ers are facing Soviet troops, tanks
anu armoreo cars an over tne ci city.
ty. city. The tanks and armored cars
block almost every street intersec intersection
tion intersection in Budapest.
Erno Gero says over Radio Bu Budapest
dapest Budapest that the Communist leader leadership,
ship, leadership, in an emergency sessfop be before
fore before dawn, has named Nntfv. Pre
mier. We have won two of difr de-.-i printed and removed t!
mSMs: the Stalin statue is down,' from the fop of the building.'
and Na2V is nur IraHpH 1 I
But Radio Budapest also broad- The crowds also pulled down
enter the building to have theirt casts a statement, supoos'xlly bv h"?e boviet star from the top of
"14 demands" broadcast over the i Nagy, saying that he had asked trade union building.
radio. Without warning the secret Soviet forces in the country to heip
police guarding the building use put down the rebellion.
L,atcr we learned that it was Ge-
Lauscde first indicated. he might
line up with Republicans In orgs
nizing the Senaic, thotigu he has
now ducked a showdown by post-
Donim arr.val in Wash njton un until
til until after the Senate is organized.
What he cou d do instead if to
get to Washington on time, then
nia';e deal to bTr'c vftlr'iever
party agreed to abolish Senate
senioriiv in appointing committee
This antiouated svst-m of pick picking
ing picking the most powerful men in the
:.:iic by accid-" of se n is
the serious stumbling block to our
le?isia'ivo system. c t n a 1 1 it
wouid make little difference which
party pmnizcl le Senate if this
system were, abolished.
President Eisenhower would pro profit
fit profit to some extent by Democratic
leadershin because three nf his
chief critics McCarthy of Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. M one r:f iWada, and Jenner
of Indiana would not then be
However, if Senate seniority
were rliiiihed McCarthy would
' jn,,. ; if ik., v.. not have to he chairman of the
testate Inve in Committee,
where he caused more tfouMe for
Eisenaowcr than tac OVinocra
Nor would Jenner have to be
chairman of the )!ules Committee"
and Malone of the Interior Commit
Lausche, by making a deal with
the RcD"b;icans. migut be ahle to
At long last it looks as if the change mat. simultaneously no
State Department would publish woulu win tne thanks of tne
the secret and explosive China ua-,tloni
pers giving the War history of p?' he' made a fi KMment
x94 with the Democrats he might be a-
Pn i sw.-i.,. vnn.... bie to oust MississiDDi's Senator
The Freedom Fighters took, over j ian(i V California and Bridges of Eastland as chairman of the Judi
the building where the Communist jjjew Hampshire have 'been dc- ciary CominM'ee, a soot WhC'i he
Party organ, SzabadNep, was mandjnE that these wartime do- "wre votes for t h e
Red btar euments be published border to Democrats than any other -single
snow how the Roosevelt Admlms- psu"-
trillion betraved Chians Kai shek ... ..
a and eventually lot rhina po Com- Committee chairman, regaraiess
At the Kilien barracks and the
Zalka Mate barrack? (saw
soldiers passing guns and am ammunition
munition ammunition to civilian from the
Field, himself, went through
the same kind ol bra.iva-iniug
that many GI's endured in Com Communist
munist Communist Luina.
"I would say after all I've seen
and experle.-.t. a',:; n- sa.d, 1 am
quite convinced that if you want to
pay the price you can break any anybody."
body." anybody." eld reported that the Polish
people were both anti-Russian and
aiRi-r.iini'.i.iis l ialiji i' i:iic; i:iic;-Gomulka
Gomulka i:iic;-Gomulka was able "tp rally the
population" despite his own Red
i 3 d suggested that open revolt
in Poland "Is bound to end the
way It did in Hungary,-" though
he added: "I think the Russians
wou u oe more neivous about .any .anything
thing .anything happening in Poland, since
it is the vi'oi. -,t of Hie .sa'c c
countries and strategically at 'he
cait.er oi tneir whole sateulte em empire."
pire." empire." As for the future of the sate' sate'-lites,
lites, sate'-lites, Field declared: "I think
c i i c''.vaiiccs t)i?a have
been possible in Poland during
uiese last two years aru tremen tremendous
dous tremendous gains if they can be held.
I h?ve a very strong coH 'icncc
that when peopie taste freedom, a
little bit oi i .icy are goiitg to
see to it that they get more and
more all the time. Of course, we
shouldn't have any illusion that
we are going to get rid of Commu Communism
nism Communism in Poland in the foreseeable
te,ar-gas bombs on the young peo people.
ple. people. Suddenly shooting breaks out
from all sides, and in a few. mo moments
ments moments the streets are filled with
dying and wounded. Word of the
attack spreads and within min minutes
utes minutes the workers and students
are battling the hatd t-sjcret po police
lice police all over Budapest.1
. The Deaceful revolution of the
. U 1 4. K,, VIII I L' IC t U11U
raaes,ne.hww .lu Vcuu I i,,A hv mmmimlat eun-l
AKnmW intacrttnTe mm unin n "vxu mi ".u j v
shout. "There are no more com comrades!
rades! comrades! We are .all Magyars (Hun (Hungarians)."
garians)." (Hungarians)." The crowd is now cold toward
Nagy, whom we had formerly be-
liaw4 in fircf ho is two hours
late, then he addresses us by the j night, particularly in the district of
hated Communist term "Com-, the radio station, the National Mu Mu-rade
rade Mu-rade I scum, the Kilian Barracks, and
cmonno ok "i.nt us have the entire 8th and 9th circles of
fire into a revolution for freedom.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24
This morning we learned that
fighting wns heavy all during the
some H2ht on imre iNagy, ana
three flashlights shine on his face
as he speaks.
While Nagy is speaking placat placat-ingly
ingly placat-ingly to us, saying the student's
and workers' demands are justi justified,
fied, justified, someone else is speaking o o-ver
ver o-ver Radio Budapest someone hat hated
ed hated by the entire Hungarian nation.
Erno uero, tne lommunur
Party boss in Hungary, broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts a statement calling lies a a-ny
ny a-ny rumort that Hungary wants
to loosen its tiew with the Soviet
Union, and calling the demon demonstration
stration demonstration a "Fascist putsch" and
the students a "Fascist mob and
Couriers bring the word of Ge Ge-ro's
ro's Ge-ro's speech to the crowd we are
enraged. While Nagy is permitted
to speak to us, Hungary's Commu Communist
nist Communist overlord refutes what Nagy
is tellini? us!
The crowd increases, and we
i head for the statue of Stalin.
Now the demonstration is being
held simultaneously in three plac
id o u s e,
ro and not Nagy who had called
m the troops but we knew that
Soviet tanks had been in the city
since Tuesday night, when t h e
demonstrations were still peaceful
The Communist radio defends
the use of Soviet troops and say
we Hungarians must "welcome
our friends and allies with love."
mare is a dawn to ducx cur curfew
few curfew in Budapest, and the radio
says astate of emergency and
martial law have been declared
A decree hat set up special
courts which can hand down the
death sentence again--; persons
found guilty of "rebellion, mur murders
ders murders or possession of arms."
We hear that Soviet Deputy Pre Premier
mier Premier Mikoyan and Mikhail Suslov,
Ihe Kremlin's expert on the satel satellites,
lites, satellites, have arrived in Budapest to
(Arzpad Hazafi's diary of a
Freedom Fighter will continue
in this space tomorrow).
FORT BUCKNER, Okinawp,
Dec. 5 (UP) Francis Cardinal
Spellman of New York paid his
sixth annual visit to this U.S. mili
tary defense bastion today.
Of party, won't easily rennquisn
Those who have looked at the jr -t P -enr PO sis witu .the prlyv
do., .ncq ,:, however, sav t h a 1 180 of blocking bills, holding u
Knowland and Bridges will be dls- vo.-k, ..wnling ea.petroBMF.
appointed that little dynamite is But it's worth tt y 1 r ig, And
set off against FDR but consider Lausche the middle-of-the-roader
ab'e against Chiang Kai-shek. f 'om Oluo, is In a key spot to try
This is on reason Dulles has tt. i
held the China papers so iong. i
Actually they have been ready
for almost a year. , i...
pn r ren ravuu ui iaic
u.. r cnmnr ika Sen. Fred ravnc oi
controversial documents in the vol-! confided fofriends that ont reason
ume which are sure to worry al- ne isnt going to run
British Decline Chinese Aid
I tion is because he can't get along
with Serr. Margaret Chase ynun,
1 aisn nf Maine. That's the first
. m, 1.-1.. 4 1 r Xitllnflnn
ers won possession ot tne raaio cunuui ui nc sn.ua. juh
We hear that the Freedom Fight
building i-i today's early morning i saw me national museum
hours. (The radio station ceased to burning today, set ablaze by, Soviet
function, but later the regime con- tank fire. At the corner of St. Ste Ste-tinued
tinued Ste-tinued to broadcast through an nhen Road and Furst Sand or
auxiliary studio located in a rock Street, I saw the bodies of three
-pilars i unarmed demonstrators murdered
oy tne nussians.
Durina th nleht mere Soviet
tanks arrived in the capital
from military installations in the
countryside to join those we had
seen in Stalin Sauare. When
aathered in the streets this- ed cars
morning (firing had almost ceas ceased
ed ceased for the moment) we sew that
Freedom Fighters had taken o o-ver
ver o-ver some of the Soviet tanks.
They were planting Hungarian
flags on them and driving them
toward the Parliament building.
When I arrived at Kossuth Lajos
Square at noon,, a horrifying sishi
met my ecys the square was fill
ed with the Bodies of dying andi Nagy
wounded. will be
But there is worse evidence of
the Soviet bestiality. On the Ulloi
Road a children's hospital was fir fired
ed fired on by Soviet tanks and armor-
THURSDAY, OCT. 25
Events begin to move fast. Ra Radio
dio Radio Budapest says the hated Gero
has been ousted as oarty chief.
His successor, Janos Kadar, is a
Communist but he is not a Stalinist.
When the British were in danger time anyone got out of the Senate
of being pushed out of Burma by because they couldn t get along
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istcr Churchill appealed to Austra Australia
lia Australia for help. He got none. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile Chiang Kai shek offered
t"-'-i. Churchill, however, declined.'
He was willing to lose that part of
the war rather than receive aid
from oriental troops.
This is set forth in a renort
by Stanley Hornbeck, then State
Department Far Eastern a'lviser.
who reported: "The British feel
they would lose prestige in the 0-,
rient if they had to accept aid!
from oriental troops."
This policy meant that later:
more American lives were lost.
Publication of the facts will nowj
be criticized in England, but these
facts are now in the China papers
ready for publication.
No War on Thailand Another
section of the secret papers cer
tain to have international reper repercussions
cussions repercussions pertains to Thailand's war
against the United States.
The United States did not. In
turn, declare war against Thai
land, and Assistant Secretary of
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Little bv little shocked and terri-1 parties."
fied survivors told what had hap-j We learn from the
I radio stations that
the un- fighters control radio
tors are attempting to pull down armed workers and youtlrs had
Ithe Stalin statue with tractors ana gatnereu at raruamcni nouse to
and at the building nousing1 present a petition to tne govcrn-
at the Parliament
ujhorn some are listening to Nagy, i pened
I in Stalin Sauare, where demonstra-i Only ten minutes before
Radio Budapest, where part of-the
demonstrators have gone.
I go with a crowd to Stalin
The demonstrators have secured
acytelene torches to cut down the
25-foot statue of the despised dic
The first Soviet tanks appear,
but at the momenV they are only
onlookers. The stetue of Stalin
leans and leans, yet is still held
by its boots a characteristic sym symbol,
bol, symbol, we believe.
The statue is pulled bv the tra tra-tors,
tors, tra-tors, the workers with torches
work feverishly, and the statue,
while still m one piece, begins
to bend at the knees. The crowd
erupts in cheers.
in the meantime students and
workers in trucks and cars bring
news trom the demonstrators In
front of the Parliament and from
the radio station.
ment. Suddenly the Hungarian se secret
cret secret police, stationed on ton oi the
Ministry of Agriculture building
across the square, fired into the
backs of the crowd.
The Soviets, not knowing
. where the fire was coming from,
opened fire from their tanks. An
estimated 600 persons were ly lying
ing lying dead and wounded in the
Souare when I arrived.
Miskolc, in northeastern Hungary;
at Gyor, west of Budapest, and at
Pecs, in the south, where a revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary government has been
The regime seems confuted
Radio Budapest broadcast both an anneals
neals anneals to the workers to return to
their jobs and warnings to the
people to stay off the streets and
remain in their houses behind
! locked doors.
1 T h e Communist radio also
broadcast continued government
Now the enraged workers began threats to impose the death pen pen-to
to pen-to obtain arms. Some of the wea-iaity on those who continue fight fight-pons
pons fight-pons came from the Kilian and ing has caused serious damage to
Bern Barracks, and some a r e electric installations. 1
brought bv workers from the Ma- Today we hear that thousands
tyas Rakosi iron factory on Csepel of soldiers of the Hungarian Ar
island in the Danube and from the
J 'HI;, .i
10 weekly flights
' imk HUH f"tmmfJ
Danuvia munitions factory.
Others come from what the Com Communists
munists Communists said was a lamp factory
but which we knew produced
munitions for Soviet orbit coun-,
By afternoon the Freedom Fight-
my are oining the Freedom
Fiqhters. I saw many Hungarian
soldiers tear the Communist
badges from their caps and join
Other troops turned ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition over to the Freedom Fighters.
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POUR OF THE CANAL EMPLOYES who retired from active service at the end of November,
are shown above being received by Gov. W. E. Potter in his office at Balboa Heights. During
the ceremony, which was attended by the hea'ds of their various burjaus, the employes were
presented with their retirement certificates an d congratulated oy Potter on their many years
of service. From left to right are Capt. Howarth V. Rowe; Capt. Warner S. Rpdimon, Ma Marine
rine Marine Director; Raymond A. Taylor; Hhry L. Donovan. Civil Affairs Director; 'clarence L.
Foiles; Wilson H. Crook, Supply and Employe Service Director; Potter; Col. Hugh M. Arnold,
Engineering and Construction Director; and Mrs. i Anna D. Thomas. Three other employes
who also retired in November but who were unable to attend the eeremony were George D.
Cockle, Capt. Henry P. Kilcorse and John J. Crawford
Grass Roots Concensus Is
Nixon Helped GOP Ticket
-WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UP) I Nixon was "tremendously helpful
The grass roots consensus is that to the entire ticket In Ohio."
vice President Richard M. Nizon Pennsylvania Chairman George
am noi nun me nepuDiican ucicet i. moom called Nixon s early Oc
tober appearance In the state "a
definite turning point."
Texas Chairman John Q Adams
said, "Texas was really doubtful
until Nixon came into the state.
After he arrived, you could sense
the increased support of the Re Republican
publican Republican ticket."
West Virginia Chairman John D.
Hoblitzell Jr. said "we think Nixon
helped us a great deal in generat generating
ing generating enthusiasm among the young
voters and building confidence in
the party organization."
' -'I ri-.t II I toft i
in last month's election, but help helped
ed helped it.
i The United Press asked Reouh-
lican state chairmen for their esti
mate of the vice president's im impact
pact impact on the voters. They reported,
generally, that it was good.
There is other evidence that Nix Nix-en's
en's Nix-en's presence on the Republican
presidential ticket was not the po political
litical political calamity some politicians
predicted or hoped it would be.
Harold E. Stassen, for example,
warned President Eisenhower and
the- Republican Party that Nixon
would cost the ticket some 6 per
cent ot the expected vote
Maybe so, although Stassen, in
the end, was. right up there on the
piattorm at the Republican Nation
al convenuoB publicly withdraw
ing his opposition to Nixon's re-
nomination. If Nixon' cost Mr. Ei
senhower any votes, it would be
difficult to say where and how
Republican chairmen in big key
states were especially impressed
by Nixon's campaign contribution.
Massachusetts Chairman Ralph
H. Bonnel said Nixon was "defi "definitely
nitely "definitely an asset in Massachusetts,"
adding that "the net result of Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's appearance was good, and we
would have .liked to have had him
here (in Boston) for the election
eve' windup with or without Ike."
Michigan Chairman John Feik Feik-ens
ens Feik-ens said Nixon was "of tremen tremendous
dous tremendous assistance in helping to in influence
fluence influence the vote and to stir up in interest
terest interest so the voters would go to
New Jersey Chairman Samuel
L; Bodinc said the vice president
made "a very important contribu
tion to the success of the cam
paign in New Jersey," explaining
that he meant both for the nation
al and congressional 'candidate.
New York Chairman L. Judson
Morehouse., rated Nixon "an asset
Ohio Chairman Ray C. Bliss
(also chairman of the Midwest and
Rocky Mountain Association of Ke
nublican State Chairmen) said
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Danish silverplated candlestick
Silverplated modern 'flower pots
Rattle and spoon baby set
Silverplated savings bank for children
In Other Words,
LONDON, Dec. 5 (UP)-The
Soviet Communist party news newspaper
paper newspaper Pravda said today that
the soviet-Romanian talks which
resulted in the "temporary
maintenance" of Russian troops
in Romania "show once again
that the Soviet Union is putting
Into practice with every deter determination
mination determination and consistency the
Leninist principle of the full
equality of peoples rights."
The pravda .comment was
broadcast and heard here.
will remain open
Thru the 24th.
8:00 a.m. 12 noon
2:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Central Avenue and
. 20th St.
across from Central
Silver buckles 2.75
Sheaffer pencils 2.85
Silver cigarette, holder 2.95
Solid gold religious medals.......... 2.85
Silver bracelets w charms tor children 2.75
Ladies key chains 2.95
Solid gold chains 3.95
Loop earrings 3.95
Solid gold bracelets for charms 3.95
Silverplated table centers..... 3.95
Real loose amethysts and topaz stones 3.95
Italian figurines 3.95
Golf scoring watches .' 4.95
Saint Christopher key holders ......
Silverplated designed cigarette case .
Silverplated designed bank
Dutch wind mill
Silver perfume bottles
6-Pc. set English earthenware....
Sterling silver pill boxes....:..,
Woolen rugs 2x4.
Solid gold charms
Cuff links and tie clip sets.....
Knives with tools, for Boy Scouts
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Ladies fancy watches 9.95
Men's gold-filled watches... 9.95
Ladies rings with genuine stones. 8.95
Swiss alarm clocks V ........ 8.50
Silverplated flatware set 5.95
Cultured pearl earrings 9.50
Custom chokers 9.50
Cold-filled and sterling bracelets 7.95
Gold charms 5.50
Solid gold wedding bands. 6.50
Orchid pins of 18Kt. gold.,. 5.95
Orchid earrings of 18Kt. gold 5.95
Sheaffer and Parker sets. 8.50
Silver and cristal rosaries.... 5.95
Silver salt shaker sets 8.95
Solid gold bracelets for charms. ...... 5.95
Silverplated sugar and cream set 7.50
Panamanian gold loop earrings....... 5.95
Gold-filled watch bracelets 5.95
several brands and styles
Silver frames 5.25
Cold-filled chains 7.50
Silverplated lighter 6.50
Tie clip and cuff ynjci of mother of pearj 7.95
Italian artistic f igJJrines . .- 760
Bracelets with semi-'precious stones. . ,950
Amathyst and topazes in various forms 6.00
Musical charms from Switzerland.... 8.95
Danish silverplated hand mirrors. ..... 5.95
Silver enameled bracelets from France 8:95
Modern "Skywing" watch for boys... ,9.95
Musical alarm clocks 6.50
Girls "Palpitating Heart" watch 8.50
Danish silverplated musical cigarette
Modern style silver bracelet 5.95
4 light silverplated candelabra ........ 4.95
Silverplated bread trays 6.00
Silverplated butter dishes 5.50
6-Pc. community set for baby with
nice chest 7.50
Sterling brush and comb set for baby. 6.95
Pair of candelabras of sterling silver. 5.95
Silver flower pots 50
Men's and ladies Swiss watches
Silverplated flatware sets for 6 persons
Birthday rings of solid gold
Solid modern gold ring, French style..
Solid gold pendantif, French style....
Sheaffer set, special price
Italian gold engraved leather gifts....
Table centers, flower pots, trays,
gravy boats (English silverplate) .
6-Pc. place setting Minton china
6-Pc. place setting French Limoge china
Swiss travelling clocks, 17-Jewel
6-Pc. sterling silver place settings....
Italian porcelain figurines.
Ronson table or pocket lighters..
Hand engraved silverplated lighters
Tie pin with cultivated pearl....
Men's rings with stones t&95
Solid gold chains and crosses , 14150
Orchid pins and earrings, 18Kt. gold.. 14.60
Solid gold rings with initials 14.50
Rhinestone sets 14.50
Solid gold fish charms 13.60
Religious medals, 18Kt 14,50
French jewelry wcolored marquisettes t.S'.SO
Swiss musical key chains 11.50
Silverplated Danish vanities wdesigns 10.95
Solid gold tie clips with initials...... 12J50
4-light modern candelabra 12.95
Earthenware and Danish silverplated ,t ...
tea sets 11.50
Danish designed silverplated jewelry
Salt sets with sterling spoons 12.25
The 1957 STUDEBAKER
The Car of Distinction
in economy of fuel for standard size cars are now on display
, See them at Tropical Motors 27 Auto Row
ICAN A.N INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPSH
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 5,
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, If, you aie Smoking a cigar or
ciearet when waitine for an ele
vator get rid of It before you
step ttno the car. The smell is
often annoying to others and a
ngmea ctgaret could be danger dangerous
ous dangerous on a crowded elevator.
Surely yov can part with a
smoke long enough for an ele
Gov. And Mrs. Potter
The Ambassador oi France and
Mrs. Lionel Vasse gave a dinner
Monday at the Embassy residence
in honor of the Governor of the
Canal Zone and Mrs. William t
US Govt. Okays
Banks To Raise
WASHINGTON (UP)-The gov government
ernment government has authorized federally
Insured commercial banks as of
Jar.. 1 to raise the interest rates
they pay on savings accounts from
U to 3 per cent a year.
An informed source said the
step was taken to encourage sav-J
mgs and hence build up the
amount of money banks have on
hand to lend for investment pur
The source noted that the de
mand for investment funds in to todays
days todays "tight money" market is
' greatly in excess of savings."
The interest rate increase was
authorized by the Federal Re
serve Board and the Federal De Deposit
posit Deposit Insurance Corp. The increase
is not mandatory, however, and
officials would make no estimate
on how many of the nation's 13,208
federally insured banks win raise
Is Really Soviet
VIENNA, Dec. S (UP) -A for
mer Hungarian Foreign Ministry
official charged today that Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Minister to Washington Dr.
Peter Kos actually is a Russian Russian-born
born Russian-born Soviet citizen who 'changed
his name but not his nationality.
Laszlo Helmeczy, political ex expert
pert expert in the ministry's England England-American
American England-American section until he fled to
freedom last week, said Kos' real
name is Lew Konduktorow and
that it was common knowledge
in the Budapest government that
he was born in Russia and still
holds Soviet citizenship. He said
Kos is believed to be the Foreign
iiuiuaw s i-uuiaci, man wiwi me
Kos also is chief Hungarian del delegate
egate delegate to the United Nations.
During the short regime of Pre Premier
mier Premier Imre Nagy, Kos was fired.
He was reinstated by the puppet
government of Premier Jam
AND MRS. LESLIE WYATT CROFT JR. shown leaving Gatun Union ..Church after their
wedHlng Saturday. Mrs. Wyatt is the lormer miss aaroara xvonne rnnit, uaupwr ui mi.
tnvMrs. W. E. Thrift of Los Rios. ' ' :
BRITISH AMBASSADOR GIVES DINNER PARTY
FORTmINISTERS CECILIA REMON AND VICTOR NAVAS
IThe British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson gave a dinner party on Monday,
December 3, in honor of His Excellency the M inister of Agriculture, Commerce and indus industries,
tries, industries, Sr. Victor Navas, and of Her Excellency the Minister of Labor, Social Welfare and
Faille Health, Mrs. Cecilia Plnel de Remon. m
The guests included His Excellency the Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ernesto
CattiUero P., Dr. and Mrs. Adolfn Arias, Mr and Mrs. Eric Delvalle, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Letts Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jqse Velasquea, Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Andreve R., Miss Carmen
Gabaldon and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Woodrow.
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His Excellency, the Ambassador
of Spain to Panama Fedenco ba ba-baldon
baldon ba-baldon y; Navarro and his wife,
Mrs. Herminia de Gabaldon enter
tained at a dinner oartv last Fri
day night fbr the Ambassador ot
Great Britain and Mrs. Ian Leslie
Henderson, Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo
J. Alfaro; Dean of the National U U-niversitv
niversitv U-niversitv Dr. Jaime de la Guardia
tamd Mrs. de la Guardia, the Gov
ernor of .Colon, Jose Maria Conza-
lez and' Mrs. Gonzalez, and the
Consul Gcncrar of Spain in Colon
Dr. Antonio Alverola and Mrs.- Ar Ar-verola.
verola. Ar-verola. Croft-thrift
Miss Barbara Y v o n n n e Thrift,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
thrift of. Los Rlos became the
bride of Leslie Wyatt Crolt Jr., at
Gatun Union Church Saturday aft afternoon..
ernoon.. afternoon.. Rev. R. M. Blcakley offi officiated
ciated officiated Vt the ceremony.
The bride, who was given away
by ner 'father, wore a cocktail
lengjth dress of white peau de soiks
designed on empire lines, with a
matching jacket. Three large ca ca-talina
talina ca-talina orchids and smaller vandas
made a detachable corsage, which
she carried on her prayer book.
Her matron of honor Mrs. C. S.
Staples wore an aqua chiffon dress
with; matching accessories.
Ralph Malcolm Jr. was best
ma and the ushers were Ray
mond Croft, Jerry Dare and An Andrew
drew Andrew Lim.
Following the wedding a recep reception
tion reception was held in the Church Hail.
The bride graduated from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa iHtgh School this year and is
attending C.Z. Junior College.
The groom is an apprentice in
the Power Branch of the Electri Electrical
cal Electrical Division of the Panama Canal
Co. He eraduated from Cristoba
High School in '53.
The, couple spent their honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon at the Hotel Washington and
plan to make their home in Gatun.
Cristobal Woman's dub
Members Entertain Board
. Mirsv Arthur Logan, president of
the 'Cristobal Woman's Club, en
tertained the members of the
board on Tuesday morning at her
home in New Cristobal. After a
short business meeting refresh-
ments were served ana A m a s
gifts were exchanged between the
Beta Sigma Phi
The Beta Chapter, Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority held its meeting at
the home of Jean Judge who was
hostess for the evening.
Kav Klontz. president of the Sor
ority, conducted the business
meeting. Jean Coffey Cultural Pro Program
gram Program Chairman, turned over the
Cultural portion of the evening to
Marion Green, after the business
meeting. Marion Green read the
Parliamentary proceedure of the
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
, Jean Judge then served the re refreshments
freshments refreshments to all those present,
who were Anna May Butcher, Jean
Coffey. Betty Olen, Kerteve Stroop,
AHce McGann, Mickey Moore,
Doris Lesser, Kellv Wainio, Boots
Mitchell. Jean Judge. Pat Bailey,
Kathleen Huffman, Dolly Styles,
ancv Ramsey1, Norma Duvoll,
Kay Klontz. V ,:
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
PLUMB PUZZLINC-Key to
tha meaning of this metallic
piece of plumbing-like three three-dimensional
dimensional three-dimensional art seems to elude
Dawn Schubick, 4, of Chicago,
111. The work of sculptor
Ibram. Lassaw, it represents
doorknobs, locks and keys and
is the featured item of a lock
GREENWICH, Conn., Dec. 5
CUP) Operatic and musical
comedy star Ezio Pinza was re reported
ported reported in "satisfactory" condition
today after suffering his second! company's traveling display.
neari attack m tnree months.
The 64-year old former opera
basso, who became a middle-aged
matinee idil by singing "Some
Enchanted Evening in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway musial "South Pacific," was
stricken with a coronary occlusion
Monday in the dining room of his
home at Stamford. An ambulance
took Pinza to Stamford Hospital
but was sent here because that
hospital was full.
The silver-haired singer, regard
ed as one of the finest bassos ever
to 'sfng at the ntet, suffered1 his
first heart attack in his native
Italy in September.
CHICAGO. Dec. 5 (UP) The
Federal Reserve bank paid one
of its Klerks with brand new
bank notes including a $5 bill so
misshapen nobody will accept it.
Clerk Sam Amato said 'the bill
had an irregular Jtiulge in one
corner. After trying unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully to pass it in, a restaurant,
shoe store and clothing shop,
he's decided to keep It as a col col-Jector's
Jector's col-Jector's Hem.
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method Fermode. No drastic dieting
or exercise. Ask your drugstore for
Fermode. and start slimming at onct.
reaches all 5 cell-layers
Here's the first cleansing method that reaches all five of
the skin's cell-layers. Soaps and creams clean only the top
Revlori's new 'Clean and Clear' the deep, deep cleansing
liquid is milder than cream, but greaseless! see how dirt,
heavy makeup, even indelible lipstick are softened, then
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READ THE ADS
. a war
Pavs to ask
your doctor first.
A well stocked medicine chest has its place in
every home. But, choosing your own remedies to
treat an illness can be dangerous. Let your doctor
diagViose and prescribe, let us fill his prescription
with meticulous accuracy.
Canal Zone Pharmacy
Your Health Is Our Business
When Lucho gives out with music, it needs no interpretation
to Panamerio or Gringol All Isthmians flock to the pied pied-piper
piper pied-piper of the organ named Azcarraga, Backed by his orch orchestra,
estra, orchestra, Lucho gives you that magical music every Wednesday
night, In the plcasantest place our air -condition"''
. BtLLA VISTA ROOM
From 7:30 p..
"Enjoy yourself at El Panama,
It's cheaper thin you think!"
Call Maltre d'hotel, 3-1660,
Put Behind Ban
By Teenage Girl
Dee. 5 (UP) A l3-vear-oM iri
out her parents behind brs waj.
terday when she informed police
they were system sticaUy shoplift shoplifting
ing shoplifting at local stores.
Detectives said Mrs. Kenna, the
mother of four small children.
freely confessed her part in the
mens out that her husband re refused
fused refused to. talk.
Mrs. Kenna admitted she stole
a number of items from local
stores and th'.n returned them for
cash.. She described her-husband
as "too lazy to work" and "said
she was forced into shoplifting to
proviqe.iooa lor tnc cnuaren.
Kenna was charged with at attempting
tempting attempting to obtain money under
false pretenses and petty larceny.
Nd charges were placed against
his wife. The children were placed
in the custody of authorities.
New Tanker Port
To be Constructed
By Britons at Wales
A new terminal port that will
be capable of accommodating
the largest tankers now in use
and those of "any size we art
likely to use" is being project projected
ed projected by the British Petroleum Co.,
Ltd. Land has already been
bought for the terminal, though
filial approval has yCl to be giv given
en given the scheme.
The new two-berth port, which
it Is estimated will cost 5 million
sterling ($14 million) and take
three years to build, will be con constructed
structed constructed at Popton Point, near
Milford Haven qn the rugged
west coast of Wales. OH from
there will be pumped through a
new pipeline to the B.P.C. re refinery
finery refinery near Swansea.
For some time now plans have
also been ready for the construc construction
tion construction of a new dry dock" directly
opposite Popton Point. This will
be large enough to take and re repair
pair repair and supertanks up to 45,000
At Bethel Mission
The Bethel Mission Church of
Paraiso wil conduct a barttlsmal
service on Sunday at 7:15 p.m.
The pastor, Rev. W. H. Stewart,
will perform" the ceremony.
Other activities scheduled are
divine worship a'o 11 a.m., Sun
day schol at 3 p.m. and Young
People Society on Monday at
7:30 p.m. A special recognition
ores-ram is olanned for Tuesday
by the Manna Bible institute of
Panama. This program brings
the first year of the institute to
a cjose. The recognition exercis exercises
es exercises will b? held in the church,
and will begin at 7:30 p.m.
- DON'T MISS TONIGHT
Dr. Gavin Hamilton
"Must Israeli's First King Be The Anti-Christ?"
The immutable prophecies of God's word
point out the course that the nation of Is Israeli
raeli Israeli will follow in the next few years.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J Balboa Heights, c. Z.
TO WT FIT YOUR
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rate accurate dosage measure. Children like its
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get St. Jot ph Aspirin For Children.
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you and baby need not lose any sleep because he
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Infants' Powders. They soothe swollen gums and
relieve wind in the stomach.
They help keep baby healthy
and happy and you
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ON SALE AT YOUR STORE
A Kirkebv Hotel
TOS PANAMA AMERICAN AN WPEFEWimCf DAILY NEWSPAPER
ST:. 7 f hi
OTSDAY nwnnniin tow
Members of the Fort Gulick and
Fort Daris Officers' Wvies' Clubs
met recently at the Fort Gulick
Officers' Club for luncheon.
Mrs. R. P. Dials, President of
the Fort Gulick Club, introduced
the following guests: Mrs. R. P
Dials. President of the Fort Gu
lick Club, introduced the follow following
ing following guests: Mrs. J. M. Gonzalez,
wife of the Govenvr of Colon;
guest of Mrs. R. H. Townsend;
Mrs. Fernando Perez, wife of Co
lombian; Consul to Colon, guest of
Mrs. A. A. Reyes: Mrs. J. u
Craia. Mrs. H. R. Beebe, of Coco
Solo Naval Base and Mrs. P. H.
W. Olander of Margarita, guests of
Mrs L. M. Grodell; Mrs. J. &
CaneL ciiest of Mrs. J. M. Hull;
Mrs. Blanche Bernier. guest of
Mrs. A, W. Steti; Mrs. R. C. Best,
Mrs. P. Munos, and Mrs. J. V.
Kussell, newly arrived at Fort Gu Gulick.
lick. Gulick. Mrs J. Tanner and Mrs. R.
arrv were welcomed as new
members of the Fort Gulick Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Wives' Club. Mrs. Dial an announced
nounced announced that a farewell tea in hon honor
or honor of Mrs. W. K. Harrison will be
held on Dec. 16 at Fort Amador
and invited all members to attned.
Hostesses for the luncheon" .'VWf
Mesdames W. DeVane and A J.
Leach of Fort Davis ttd Me
dames. D. H. Carr, J. W. sM
r and'R. B. Shrivr of Fort.Guj
lick, ach table was iet with a fruit
ttnoA mrniiPifhia SVmbOHC Of
irniiowincr the mncheon, Lt. Col.
L. M. GlodeU captivated every
ttontion with his talk on
'octonou Ha exnlained the con
atruction, use and history of these
i,vnric ii instruments aim uein
nstrated the technique in
tI,. Uairt monthlv meeting of
the Fort Gulick Officers Wives'
Club will be a coffee Dec. 20.
At the regular weekly bridge
games played Monday evening
at the Margarita Service Center,
the Howell Movement was used
and following are the winners:
first, Mr. David Bell with Ma Major
jor Major Ma&soud second, Mrs. Alice
Beck with Mrs. Stanley Quest;
third, Mrs. Julius Loeb with Mrs.
Hayden Jones; fourth, Mr. Wal Wal-ly
ly Wal-ly Gibson with Mr. Julius Loeb
and fifth, Mrs. Irene Mcllvaine
with Mr. Fred Schwartz.
YMCA To Feature
Flower Show Next
lack notlca for iachuiaa ia thia
column show M fet ssbnittWal to
iTpa-wriHaa font aaa mailaa' to ana
a ffca baa mmkm litMa UUv ia
"Social aa4 Ofhanrtaa," at aaUvaf aaUvaf-aa
aa aaUvaf-aa by fcana1 to tha affica. Neticaa of
be accepted by
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Club held its monthly Social
Tuesday evening. The ladies en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed an evening of bingo. Forty
memoirs were present, plus two
guest Mrs. Angelina Sanchez
and Mrs. Martin.
The: club said farewell to Mrs.
Melba; Williams, Mrs. Dorothy
Lesley, and Mrs. Mellodean
Next Teenage Jamboree
Will Be Held
At Hotel Washington
The 3rd series of the Harnett
and riunn jamboree for the. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side teenagers will be' held
this Friday .evening K the
Again games, prizes, a buffet
and a show will be included to
make this affair an eventful
one. "" """"" -"""!
Paremts are. Invited to come as
the highlight of the evening is
the parent and student dance.
A flower show, marking the
completion of a course given by
Mrs. Pat Morgan, to be held at
the Balboa YMCA-USO Monday
from 8 to 11 p.m. will feature
many Christmas arrangements.
These will be in addition to
the cut flowers, fruit and vege
table, and dried arrangements
wrucfi eacn stuaem is expeciea
to enter in competition for
in nreDaration for the show.
students willTiave their exhibits
in place between 1 and 5:30 p.m.
Monday. Judging takes place
from 6 to 7 p.m., followed by
presentation of awards and cer certificates.
tificates. certificates. The show, under the direction
of Mrs. Louise Morris, will open
'to the public at 8 p.m. A com committee
mittee committee of ladies from the morn morning
ing morning class, with Mrs. Ted Arias,
chairman and Miss Thelma Qui Qui-jano,
jano, Qui-jano, assistant chairman, and a
committee from the evening
class, with Miss Elena Escalona,i
chairman, Vicky Levy, assistant
chairman, will serve as hostess hostesses.
es. hostesses. Residents of the Canal Zone
and Panama are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. There is no charge.
Title Won By
Miss Beulah Estwick won out
over Miss Dorothy Blades last
week in the queen contest soon-
sored by the Young People's So Societies
cieties Societies of the Bethel Mission
Churches, of paaoue Lefevre and
Miss Estwick won the .title of
"Miss Mistletoe with lfl,200
votes to 4,800 for Miss Blades.
"The cor6riStl5rT ihd AfPirf-
Of St. Lake
Since it was decided at the
last meeting of the Morning
Guild of St Luke's Cathedral
that meetings would be resumed
on the first Friday of each
month, the December meeting
will take place Friday morning
at 9 in the Bishop's House.
Members will have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of hearing Dean Peterson
discuss a topic of profound spir spiritual
itual spiritual significance.
Final preparations will be
made for the pre-Christmas
uaxe ana specialty Sale, to take
place in Bishop Morris Hall un under
der under the Cathedral on Saturday
morning, Dec. 15.
Gamboa Woman's club
Meets Tomorrow Night
There will be a meeting of the
Gamboa Woman's Club at the
Gamboa Service Center tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. All members are ask asked
ed asked to attend.
The Christmas Social will fol follow
low follow the meeting and gifts will
then be exchanged;
A meeting will be held at the
Pacific Service Center for all
retirees and members of the
N.AJt.C.E. tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Many subjects of importance
to retirees will be discussed and
Mr. Fred Dev. Sill and Mr. E.
Doolan have been invited to talk
to members on these matters.
MOUCiir TWlDa DrU..i VI v
urc.i at .-- Y wy wviiiii'vtri
a U1" wmcn save mm a mammoth majority
oyer Adla, Stevenson he was unable to carhte puto Z
whW thC H0U8f R'Pftlves. ThVtSth 5
which convenes next January will be composed of 131 Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, and 203 RepubllcMa. NewsCh.rVThowV t resulted
Hwise elections in presidential election yean beolrmmwith
Franklm D. Roosevelt's landslide victory ia 1938e Reoub Reoub-.won
.won Reoub-.won the House to 1952 when Mr. KsenhowS wSL
companying program is schedul-
ttime later this
sew taw r
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SPECIAL FOR DECEMBER ONLY
TO ; '.
THIS XMAS GIVE
HARNETT & DUNN'S
XMAS GIFT CERTIFICATE
A Gift That Grows in Meaning
Through the. Yean
This certificate is good for one (1)
Ballroom Dance Course
Merry Xmas & Happy Dancing Feet
Please Give (Check Box)
5 Private Lessons a $12
Group Lessons for Teenagers and Pre-Teens
ONLY. 24 hour Lessons a $10
Offer good until January 15, 1957
Sent by Box
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A police officer and bis
were found snot to deatn
home here today.
Police said the mother, Mrs.
Gladys Miller, 67, apparently shot
her son, William, 29, with his ser service
vice service revolver sad then killed her:
Their bodies were discovered hi
separate bedrooms by patrolman
John Shorter, who was ordered to
investigate Milter's absence from
duty. He said Mrs. Miller .held the
revolver in her right hand. Both
had been shot in the Seari
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ENVOYS TO WONDERLAND Children from 18 foreign nations mingle with
American school children in an atmosphere of international friendship as they
enjoy a tour of Disneyland as the guests of its famous creator, Walt Disney.
COMPLETE OUTFIT Bicki
Shapiro not only has a
coat of her own, but iten iten-tical
tical iten-tical ones for her dolly and
dog. Coats, shown :.n New
"York, look like fur, but
are knitting mill process.
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,,y-Jk lene Olsen of Boston demonstrates the art of blow-
; M Wk-f- ing a trombone to a rising young musician named
j Vpj, Tommy Dorsey in New York visit. Marlene is four.
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WORKING FOR PEANUTS Whimpy, a blue and gold macaw, really has tp cover
a lot of ground in getting a few peanuts at Miami zoo. At the top, he is approach approaching
ing approaching a;'cahi4ter, one of several left around to test him. Then he pries the lids off
several cans (center) before carrying off peanut reward for his labors. (bottom).
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SINCE THE GENERAL PUBLIC doesn't get a chance
to attend a Presidential presS conference, our Wash Washington
ington Washington photographer enables us to take a camera's eye
view of one of them, complete with a series of spar sparkling
kling sparkling closeups of President Eisenhower. In the top
photo the President, standing under his seal of office,
answers one of many momentous queries fired at him
by the city's press corps. Seated at the right is Jim
Hagerty, Ike's press secretary. At the bottom, we see
Ike as he looked to those correspondents. A few mo moments
ments moments later the traditional cry of "Thank You, Mr.
President!" rang out and the reporters and pundits
raced out of the conference room to the telephones to
file their stories to an anxious and waiting world.
A BAD SIGN--Model Carol Abney curls herself
into a human semaphore and gives this interpreta interpretation
tion interpretation of "storm warning" when she heard of a big
wind storm brewing in the Caribbean. The Miami
university coed is wearing a gem-studded, black
ltex.wim. suiU She's, modeling it in Nassau.
HOME-GROWN TOY Susan Orth, daughter of a
spud grower in Fort Hall, Id., shows hef potato potato-shaped
shaped potato-shaped airplane. Spud was found by her mother.
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SUNlilND, Calif., Dec. 5 fUP)
Grant' L. Gould was warned
over the Dhone Monday, "you're
about to be robbed." A stranger
oon appeared at the door, told
Gould his car had broken down
and asked to use the phone.
"Pure," said Oould. "Funny
thing, but I've just been warn warned
ed warned that I'm about to be robbed."
Gould told police the stranger
turned pale and fled.
READ THE ADS
Bricker To Ask
For New Rules
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (V?)
Sen. John W. Bricker (R-O.) an announced
nounced announced yesterday he will ask con
gress next year to approve a new
version of his proposed constitu
tional amendment o n treaty -making
He said at a news conference
that he believes "everyone in including
cluding including the Eisenhower adminis administrationwants
trationwants administrationwants the same thing" in
the way of an amendment to limit
the effectiveness of e treaty as
A substitute for Brlcker's origi original
nal original amendment on treaties failed
to win the required" two -thirds
vote of the Senate in 1954. A sim similar
ilar similar proposal failed to reach a vote
in the Senate last year.
Bricker said his new draft will
be designed to make the Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution "paramount" over treaties
and to prevent legislation "with "within
in "within the country" by means of trea treaties
ties treaties and to prevent legislation
"within the country" by means of
treaties or executive agreements.
He said the aim would be to do
this without interfering with the
President's powers in the field' of
TRUCKER OF YEAR With
more than 700,000 accident-free
miles under his tires, Lewis E.
Cook, 33, of Waterloo, la, has
been named "1958 Driver Of the
Year" by the American Truck Trucking
ing Trucking Association. He is also
honored for saving the life of a
man who suffered a broken
neck in a highway accident.
Suit For Third Try
MIAMI, Dec. 5 (tJP) Local
Negro leaders were expected to today
day today to bgin revamping their fed federal
eral federal court suit demanding school
integration after it was turned
down for the second straight time
Federal Judge Emett C. Choate
ruled the suit, brought by the par-!
ents of six Negro children, failed i
to show "any deprivation. of
The suit asked in immediate end
to segregation in Dade (Miami)
"Nowhere in their amended peti petition
tion petition appears any allegations that
the. school board denied tfie
plaintiffs admittance" to a white
school, Choate said, "nor do the
plaintiffs allege that they ever ap applied
plied applied for such admission."
The judge pointed out that his
court cannot rule on "hypothetical
statements of fact" as presented
in their suit.
However, he gave the Negroes
permission to file another amended
Judge Choate dismissed, the first
suit of similar grounds Aug. 21,
saying he wanted a "clear issue"
drawn so there could be no doubt
as to the nature of his ruling.
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RODMAN NAVY EXCHANGE EMPLOYES RECEIVE 5 YEAR SERVICE PINS Employes of the Rodman Navy Bx
were recently awarded pins signifying their lengtn or service witn the Navy Exchange. Pictured from left to right
award ceremony are: oaoneia rerez; Lt. Al.aartor, wavy jsx change Officer, Rodman; Luis Martinez; Priscilla Quel
gio Telada; Jose Guevara; Albert Panton; Ca.pt. W. B. Tucker, Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Rodman; Fel
Martin; Gertrude Thomas; Lllia Morano; Heriberto Martinez; Miriam Prendergast; Paula JaramiUo; Stanley Gibbons;
ma Ford; Mercedes wynter and Julian Menoez. Also awarded pins for rive years service, but absent from the cer
are: Iris Wesley; Lillian Boyce; Lee Redly; Harold Holder and Jose Miranda. (Official US Navy Photoi
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FAMOUS BRAND APPLIANCES
17" T.V. Silvertone
Start enjoying television fun tonight at this
New 14 kv chassis gives clear picture.
Easy to move from room to room.
FOR ONLY $139.00
Kenmore Portable ZIC-ZAC
Single or double needle
Sews two colors at one fime.
Has selector lever and wheel for fashion
WITH BEAUTIFUL CASE $ 229.95
I Down $14.00 Monthly $7.00 Down $23.00 Monthly $11.00 Down $37.00 Monthly $18.00 J Down $17.00 Monthly $9.00
Coldspot Home Freeze.
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Porcelain enameled interior.
Capacity for 700 lbs. of frozen food.
Convenient new contrbl and warning light.
Kenmore Gas Range 20"
B Budget priced space Saving
Easy to clean porcelain enameled cooktop.
I Oven has thermostat for even heat control.
! s 149.
Down $15.00 Monthly $7.00
Kenmore Automatic Washer
Kenmore Kerosene Range
2 separate speed, cycles
Set one dialforget about fabric sensitivity.
Control of speed, temperature.
7 rinses assure cleaner wash.
Three front burners and three reflector
burners in rear.
Large oven of I6V2"
Heat control in the door.
10 lbs. capacity
' Automatic rollers.
Freezer compartment stores up to 26 lbs.
REMEMBER WE WILL BE OPEN TILL 9 P.M. ON MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
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WEDNESDAY. DECfEl I. 1954
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the rich, full-flavored smoke always fresh always mild
American Flyer Trains at 50 Discount!!
We have a few shop-worn trains and American Flyer accessories
that are all in excellent working order and fully guaranteed for
These trains will be sold Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning
at discounts ranging from 25 to 50.
JUNIOR ERECTOR SETS
CANAL AGENCIES, S. A.
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....more and more Isthmians
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MefnaTOS M sren In the home
f Mr. and Mrs. Miinto Stern
No. 1 Via Eapaia
Give you MORE RELIABLE
... LONGER LASTING service
AUTO-LITE Batteries are designed and built to meet strict ignition
engineering standards ... to pass exacting quality tests.
You can depend on AUTO-LITE Batteries for power to stan and
light your car under all weather conditions.
AUTO-LITE Batteries have been proven throughout years of
use to givs longer lasting and reliable servics. That is why
AUTO-LITE is the first battery choice of experienced motorists.
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UK Pan-UK CkVZ ama.vHis father Joe Cunningham, manager of the hotef and Mrs. Cunningham lend moral
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AT BIRTHDAY PARTY v. ,v.. unnn
WINNERS AT JAMBOREE Winners of the Harnett and Dunn second Teenage Jamboree, which was held
AT ALBROOK CLUB at the Albrook Officers' Club last Saturday night are shown here. Front row
from left tc right Linda Ewald and Steve McCovern, Betsy Worton and Tommy Keefe. La Rue Akers and Jerry
Buchner, Pat Lively and Kenneth Smith. Back row, Sally and Larry Eastman, the best all round couple, Har
nett and Dunn instructors and judges Col. ano! Mrs. E. M. Ramage, Lt. Col .and Mrs. C. A. Babb and Mrs. Ralph;
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II LY ArrAlK a whirl around the Balboa Rollerdrome. Roller skating is one sport that all members of the
lily can enjoy together.
ik I WE HAMTP Four of ths skaters who wi" Perform i" the Roller Skating Revue, which will take
HALL WE UAnlC Dlace at the Balboa Rollerdrome Fridav nicht at 7:30. From lft n rivht Flm.r RrUr
mie MelhOter. Jack Snive w I instructor and V n a Rn w
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As in any community acti activity,
vity, activity, half the fun at Balboa
Rollerdrome is in the people
one meets. Here Don Ho Ho-werth,
werth, Ho-werth, Becky Abel, Jack
Snively and Jean Bouchet
are shown relaxing between
styles, high fashion
evening bogs a sym symbol
bol symbol of elegance and
good taste. Bags in this
lovely collection from'
Full fashioned 51-15 .. $1.10
and 60-15 1.25
seam leu 1.50
These transparent nylons come
in a wide assortment of high
fashion colors individually
wrapptd in cellophane three
to a lovely gift box.
Capri length pants, slim jims,
torero pants, short shorts, reg regular
ular regular shorts, Bermuda shorts
and many new blouses and T T-shirts
shirts T-shirts to match.
MAIN STORE ONLY
0N EVERY NIGHT
'TILL 9:00 P,M.
Don't foriet FELIX'S wonderful Gift Raffle. $2105.00 In
Merchandise Prises. You receive a FREE ticket for each
S1.00 cash purchase, club payment, or credit payment of
any purchase made in Not. or Dee.
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-'" 7-2r the fabulous
the only TRULY AUTOMATIC
precision sewing machine
sooo automatic you just f) I A LFfl R-STYLE
4th of July Ave At the sign of the clock Tel. 2-21 81
Gifts that please everybody. .
1. 1956 OPEL Automobile 1. EVERCOLD Refrigerator
1. TELEFUNKEN Radio Mod. D-666
that will be raffled on December 30, 1956, according to the
lottery with the number we gave to our club customers. ;
$1.00 (ONE DOLLAR)
as DO WIN PAYMENT and first week club payment you can take immediately
what you need for your home. . FURNITURE, TOYS and GIFT ARTICLES,
specially for Mother's Day
Our Club System give you more opportunity to win, and more chance te
, choose furniture or articles irom
CASA SPORT, S. A.
FURNITURE HARDWARE JEWELRY HOME ARTICLES
MUEBLERIA "EL DIABLO"
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THE PANAMA AMCTlf AW AW WTrwtWnt!Tn HA FIT NIWSPAPZB
Only 1 MINUTE Old
when you buy it
Does not age
on your Service
you buy it!
DRf-CH ARCED BATTERIES
Made In U.S.A.
(Guarantee good in U.S.A.) and HERE!
AVAILABLE AT YOUR SERVICE STATION
TRANS1STHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL. 3-1501
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BELL & HOWELL introduces
THE WORLD'S FIRST
AUTOMATIC MOVIE CAMERA
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BONE CHINA and PORCELAIN featuring
WEDGEWOOD, SPODE, COALPORT,
ROYAL COPENHAGEN, ROYAL
WORCESTER. CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE
HAND-MADE CRYSTAL by BODA, AFORS,
BACCARAT, VAL, ST. LAMBERT & STUART
also FINE' LINEN TABLECLOTHS, STERLING SILVER and FINEST SILVERPLATE, ORIGINAL HUMMEL
FIGURINES, NOVELTY JEWELRY from Norway, Denmark, France, Siam and Mexico. We also havt
a very wide selection of gifts, priced from $1.00 to $5.00.
TTlaks M&h finally Mappi JluA X'maA
KEROSENE ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATOR for the country home
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANER for easier and more effective cleaning
MAYTAG conventional or automatic Washert for best service and
ELECTROLUX FLOOR POLISHER for nicer floors
ZENITH the clearest and most trouble free TV
ELECTROLUX KITCHEN assistant. There are no problems for: even mother's
home baked bread sausages, either type purees, coffee, corn-grinding.
ZENITH PORTABLE AND TABLE RADIOS. The Royalty of Radio and
Television is Zenith.
SERVEL air-conditionert. Live comfortably In good health with a Servel 60-cycle
Servel Refrigerator. The automatic ice maker with no trays to fight. Large
freeze space-double door-slide out trays.
Direct orders at direct order prices to those entitled to receive their mer merchandise
chandise merchandise duty free.
"J" St. No. 13-A-30
Tels. 2-2386 2-3265 2-2142
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VISITOR AT THE Ruth Rickarby, a weekend visitor to Taboga, pauses at the water gate ot one oldefl
WATERGATE ho Olive Brooks).
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wKmmm dinghy and others splastfl
HHB the clear water. A fishernH Wlc
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AT HOME Retired attorney John O. Collins pauses with his dog Dana at the door of his seacoal
m uiz-iiimiTC n0nie in Vacamo"te- Cactus and blooming jungle plants surround the cottage, which H
IN VACAMONTE and his two sons' built in the wilderness. (Photo by Olive Brooks).
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SATURDAY DEC. 8TH
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in commemoration of
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RAYMOND A; TAYLOR, who retired at the end of November from service with the Canal
Zone Postal Division is shown above receiving a retirement gift of an engraved gold wrist
iratch from the Canal Zone Postal employes. The presentation was made by Arthur T. Coff Coff-ton,
ton, Coff-ton, Postmaster at. Baljooa. From left to right are W. T. Halvosa, Jr., Finance Branch Super
intendent at Diablo Heights; Cotton: Taylor and E. F. Unruh, Dlrectoi- of Posts.
(PA-O Panama and the Canal Zone were both well represented at Tropirana's anniversary
celebration, last. Sunday which took place In their modern store on 4th of July Avenue. The
many hundreds of people enjoyed the buffet and music of Lucho Azcarraga, as well as ad admired
mired admired the many beautiful home furnishing items recently arrived, from Europe and the
He Was a Red for the FBI;
Now He's Naming the Names
CHICAGO; Dec. 5 (ITP) A man
wno oosea as a communist iui
th FRT fnr 11 vears testified to?
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Rep. James Frazier (D-Tenn),
-American 1 activities, placed
kCction- of Congress as soon as he
a men m npam rfa ,.
The congressional protection
nr. anu oiner Kuveniment Een-
Ptt as inno as n i itnnpr tpiorm
Czarnowski was t he star wit-
ness in the committee's second
day of hearings here on Commun Communist
ist Communist efforts to influence the nation's
laws through "front organiza
In a calm voice, Czarnowski
said that last night he received
an envelope containing a news
paper lotogravure page. Someone
had circled a picture of a Hunga
rian rebel lying dead in a street
Under the picture were the pen penciled
ciled penciled words "informer and rat."
Czarnowski said he had report reported
ed reported the implied threat to the FBI.
But he did not appear frightened
as he told of persons he said he
knew as fellow "comrades" dur
ing" his membership in the Commu
nist party from 1944 to 1955
He, said he became a Coinmun-
ist at me rnrs request tor only
bne purpose to defend my coun country
try country and to defend my home."
','1 wa.s known in the party, at
Steve Czerwin," Czarnowski said.
"I was assisnpri tn th Aran.
Summit district and worked with
Alir I nLAn Ku
Thirteen Sea Explorers Ship 9, M J T- "?
a . : thp nart.v in rhp lnnncr.rifll Hrarwh
of General Motors' electro-motive
division, La Grange, 111."
Then he ticked off the names of
ninn nnvim 1110 on kiqg icionne
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id 01 iue Lauai ruuis A.ssucia-
The cruise, under the direction
Unit committee members Capt.
ennorn Kncrne nnrt w i l l a m
The scouts had the opportunity
practice navigation, coast piioi-
scrubbing down and Keeping
eailey in workings condition
five persons ne knew as Common Common-ist
ist Common-ist officials and 27 "mill run party
members of the Argo-Summit dis district."
trict." district." Pointing to Nathan Caldwell Jr.,
who sat in the hearing room, the
ex-FBI agent said "This man was
a member of the Communist par party."
ty." party." Caldwell had testif ltd before
Czarnowski, and followed the pat'
tern of earlier alleged Commun
ists in refusing to testify on
At both tables, the queen of
clubs was led. The Belgian de
clarer won with the king of clubs
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Stopovers were made at anchor- grounds .of the First and Fifthly TrUxZ
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By OSWALD JACOBY
' WriHtn for NEA Service
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K 10 7
V J 6 532
Both sides vul.
East South West North
Pass )V Pass 14
Pass 1N.T. Pass 2
Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3
Pass 3 N.T. Pats Pass
Opening lead 4 Q
Even when you get to the
wrong contract, it still pays to
play the hand properly. In the
recent European ladles' team
championship, both the Belgium
and toe r renin .team got to three
no-trump instead of the. far better
contract of four hearts. The
French declarer made the no-
trump contract by superior tech
d knowledge of coastal navlga
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Spanish navigators and they
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The sea exOlorers mee twice a
eek in their home port of Old
isiiuua.. iirej amvij nit tuwuv
navigaUon and practice small
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controllers and pier operation
Solo area under the leaderstuo
Cant. William E. Chite, unit
inLBiiLLSi ruuiuuiriiL nllU niur
tethweaf leadership are requrr-
in order for the program to be
' t, t Lt 1
r ana in tne maintenance 01
Adults are welcome to observe
Saturday morning training ses-
at the Sen Explorers Port
ea, Sherman Ferry, Old Cristo-
Dapper Negro Pastor
Accused 01 Selling
MIAMI, Dec. 5 (UP)-A dapper,
Ihad the ace of hearts as an entry
At the other table, the French
declarer refused the first clnb
and won the second club with the
king. She then got to dummy
with the queen of spjades and
returned a heart from dummy.
East played low, and West's ace
goateed Negro minister, wno iei of hearts was knocked out before
eral officials say sold "blessines"
and winning numbers on Cuban
lotteries, was charged today with
Postal inspectors t i mated
Bishop R. Hines, 39, of New York
and Philadelphia, has taken be between
tween between $30,000 and $40,000 a year
rrom his guiuoie customers
the clubs were established. With
the club suit thus killed, South
had no farther trouble.
East could have defeated the
contract at this table also by put putting
ting putting up the king of hearts on the
first round of that suit. As this
hind proves, even experts don't
Tooda.v, Wednesday, Dec. I
4 : 00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone,
5 '30 Newg
, 5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Alien Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
6; 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:3 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth s
8:30 Musical Theater
1:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phont
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:0O Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Dec.
6: 00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred. Heart
9:30 P-arls Star Time
10:0' Spins and Needles (re'
quests taken by phone
11:05-8 pin's And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
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JOHN WITECK, Clerk of the Commerce and Related Affairs
Subcommittee of the U. S. Senate Appiopria lions Committee,
is spending several days in the Canal Zone on official busi business.
ness. business. Witeck conferred Monday with several officials of the
Canal organization. He will spend the remainder of this week
in gathering data concerning the legislative and fiscal program
of the Company-Government which will be under considera consideration
tion consideration when Congress meets in January. Witeck, left, is shown
in conference with Paul A. Bentz, General Counsel of the
Panama Canal Company.
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WHAT'S HIS LINE?-He's an
anti-malaria worker, collecting
mosquito larvae from a pond in
the Insein area, 30 miles from
Rangoon, Burma. He is a, mem-:
ber of the Burmese teams of
workers which have joined with
UNICEF the United Nations
Children's Fund, celebrating its
10th birthday this year.
Hines has iust comnletpd akalways put up the best defense.
profitable tour down the eastern iT"U will often profit if you give
seaboard in his chauffeur-driven
limousine, authorities said.
Hines. sobbed openly when he
appeared before U. S. C"Trmfe
sioner Roger Davis Monday and
pleaded tearfully on behalf of hi
members of his Cosmopolitan
Community Church in New York
Davis ordered him held on $10,
"My sympathies are with people
in religious work," Davis said,
"but I can't see w'iat religion's
got to do with the Cuban lotterv.
ybur opponents the
make a mistake.
Hines, who bills himself as "the the lottery
world's wonder man and. psycho psychological
logical psychological consultant," was arrested
Saturday as he was about to dis dispense
pense dispense his "blessings" to Negroes
assembled in his hotel room.
Postal inspectors said his racket
consisted of o f f e r 1 n g Scripture
numbers as 'blessings." These
numbers are beUeved by many
bettors to be winning numbers in
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Ernestito To Get Baseball Season Going Tonight
President To Throw Out
First Ball; Tom Flanigan
to Oppose Brown or Arthurs
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Panama baseball fans are all a-twitter today,
and for good reason: The 1956-57 professional base baseball
ball baseball season starts tonight at 7:30 at the Olympic
Stadium witR a man who was a fair amateur player
in his day President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. Jr.-throwinjr
throwinjr Jr.-throwinjr out the first ball.
Two teams which finished in a tie last season
and had to decide the pennant in a sudden death
Dlayoff-the champion Chesterfield club and run-ner-up
Cerveza Balboa (formerly Spur Gola)-con-tinue
their perennial rivalry in the opener with lefty
Tom Flanigan of the Smokers scheduled to oppose
right handers Stanley Arthurs or Winston Brown
on the mound.
Bright, tunny weather for the
last five days has baked out the
playing field and the prospect
ofanrther ideal day for base baseball
ball baseball up to closing time today has
gharpenedthe enthusiasm of the
local basepan genwy.
It should be a gala Ume at tne
eld baU park tonight.
The smokers will be managed
by an old hand at the game,
who is a newcomer to the Pan Panama
ama Panama Loop. L
The ehamps new pilot to
Andy Cohan, who has more
baseball years behind h'm (M
to be exact) than he cares to
Cohen takes over from Joe
Kacchio who did a great Job
bringing the Smokers from be be-bS
bS be-bS despite a number of early
gemaon setbacks last year.
Nachio, who was elected i an
Official of the league recently,
ts also the Panama "P"" "P""-tlve
tlve "P""-tlve of the Kansas City Athle-
ttCCohen, former skipper of
New Orleans, Class AA South Southern
ern Southern Association, will be the field
Eneral of Indianapolis, Class
iA. American Association, next
,Pring omtraet to newcomer
I Andy, the Beermen will be
I .kippered by veteran catcher
l Leon KeUman, who Is begin begin-I
I begin-I ning bs-nth year In the loop.
An outstanding baseball fig figure,
ure, figure, whether directing plays or
t hi nlace behind or at the
nlate the srentlemanly Kellman
has long been a favorite among
Winn iron la a 22-Vear-OlQ, SIX
foot flreballer who will report to
Memnhis. Class AA Southern
Aenolatinn npvt SDrlnC.
Arthurs and Bfown are iociu
boys who have had experience
in tne states.
Tonight's probable starting
Manlto Bernard, 2b
Frank Austin, as
Clyde Parris, Sb
Eli as Oserlo, lb
Hal Grote, ef
Roberto Frescett, V
Marcos Cobos, c
Eddie Napoleon, rf
John Glenn, ef
Herman Charles, 3b
Hector Lopes, 2b
AI Pinkston, rf
Clarence Moore, as
Relnaldo Grenald, If
Hal Gordon, lb
Arthurs or Brown, p
Admission prices are box
seats, $2: covered stand, 75
cents; and bleachers, 50 cents.
Junior College Again
BHS Bu dorjs I
To Basketball Championship
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Team Won lost Pet.
Junior Collegtr.... 3 0 1.000
Balboa High ...... 1 2 JHg
Cristobal High .... O 3 .000
As the man said,-it was do or
die for BHS in their basketball
came wfth Junior college, and
the Bulldogs didn't quite have
what it took to win this Impor Important
tant Important game. The Green Devils
took the contest 40-35, and in
doing so they moved themselves
.nntW st.en nn the ladder to
Both teams played generally
Ineffective basketball as, if they
might have been a bit too tight
lor the game. There was certain certainly
ly certainly no lack of trying as both clubs
played hard throughout the
junior College came from be behind
hind behind at the end of the first half
to win the game In the second
half. Balboa had pretty well
dominated the play throughout
the opening half as Lem Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land and Raul Barbara hit well
from the outside and the Win Win-klosky
klosky Win-klosky brothers, jack and Dan,
completely controlled the boards
at both ends. Half time score
stood 22-17 for the Bulldogs, but
the handwriting might have
been on the wall by then.
The BHS ace, Dan Winklosky
had to leave the game with an
Injury near the end of the sec second
ond second quarter, and was out until
the 4th quarter, but even when
he returned he wasnt, as effec
tive under the baskets. Without
Dan the Bulldogs lost their com
posure and the net result on the
icore board was only three
noints for the entire third stan
t. During this time the Green
Devils nut 11 points on the
board and that was Just about
the ball game.
GU Smith, pat Lincoln, and
, Ramon Quezada played a good
game for the winning JC team.
Lincoln was particularly effec effective
tive effective in the second half when he
repeatedly took rebounds away,
from' the high school lads. Que Quezada
zada Quezada was high scorer for the
game with 13 points and Bob
Fogel had 10 for Jft On the high
school side of the scorebook It
was Lem KlrfcMd with 11 and
Three "name" players of the
Panama Pro League, which is
scheduled to get underway to tonight,
night, tonight, were holdouts up to
noon today because of salary
Hector Lopez, star infielder
of the Cerveza Balboa team,
and third baseman Clyde Par Parris
ris Parris and right bander Humber Humber-to
to Humber-to Robinson of the Chesterfield
Smokers had all refused to
sign contracts presented by
their respective teams.
Big leaguer Lopez, who fc a
regular on the roster of the
Kansas City Athletics, is re reportedly
portedly reportedly asking for $2000 for
the two-month season.
Parris, who led the Class
AAA International League with
a .321 batting average last
summer received a reported
$425 per month salary last
season and fs demanding an
increase over that figure.
Robinson, who compiled a
9-9 record with Wichita, Class
AAA American Association,
last season, was the ERA lead leader
er leader of the 1955-56 Pro Loop
The nature of the lanky
side-armer's demands is not
NEW ORK, Dec. 5 (UP) -The
final 1958 United Press College
football ratines (first-place votes
and won-lost-tied records in paren
1. Oklahoma (26) (10-0) 337
2. Tennessee (5) (10-0) 301
3. Iowa (3) (8-1) 247
4. Georgia Tech (9-1) 211
5. Texas A&M (9-0-1) 202
6. Miami (Fla.) (1) (8-0-1) 134
7. Michigan (7-2) 115
; 8. Syracuse (7-1) 63
9. Minnesota (6-1-2)
10. Michigan State (7-2)
Second 10 teams: 11, Baylor, 46;
12, Pittsburgh, 36; 18, Oregon
State, 21; 14, Texas Christian 18:
15, South California, 15; 16 Wyo
ming 13: 17, Yale, 10; 18, Colo
rado 9; 19, Navy, 8; 20 Duke 6.
Others: Texas Western 5; Penn
State, 4; Ohio State, 3; Houston,
Army and Arizona (Tempo) State,
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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Rams Dump Tigers 41-36;
Tangle With JC Tomorrow
Unofficial League Standings
Won Lost Pet.
Junior College .... 3 L6t0
Balboa High 2 2 .500
naiDoa A.C 2 Z .500
Cristobal High ... 0 3 .600
14 7 17 35
Raybourne 2 1 1 S
Nahmad 0 0 0 0
Lincoln 0 3 1 3
Blackall 100 2
Smith 2 3 3 7
Fogel 4 2 3 10
Quezada 5 3 4 13
14 12 12 40
Paul Arizin Moves
Into 1st Place In
Pro Cage Scoring
NEW YORK, Dec. 5 (UP)-Paul
Arizin of the Philadelphia War Warriors,
riors, Warriors, who won the National Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Association scoring title in
1951-52, has moved into a first
place tie with teammate Neil-
Johnston in the current race.
Arizin tallied 116 points in four
games during the past week to in
crease his season total to 431
points. Johnston was "held" to 95
points over the same period.
Clyde Lovellette of the Minneap Minneapolis
olis Minneapolis Lakers has moved into third
place behind Philadelphia's twin
terrors with 376 point?. Bob Pettit
of the St. Louis Hawks was fourth
with 375 points.
College Basketball Results
Ohio State 100 Pittsburgh 67
William k Mary 82 Citadel 74
Toledo 91 Niagara 89 (ot)
Kansas 87 Northwestern 69
Fordham 87 Toronto 35
Kentucky 114 Miami (Fla.) 75
Butler 54 Wisconsin 50
Nebraska 67 Iowa 43
St. Bonaventure 86 Siena 44
Western Ky. 94 Gus. Adolphus 55
Miss. St. 106 Howard Col. 70
Louisiana St, 89 Louisiana Col.
SMU 113 McMurry 36
Marquette 77 St. Norbert's 53
Kansas St. 90 Texas Tech 84
LaSalle 61 Millersville 53
Drake 102 Grinnell 85.
Utah 94 Hawaii 61
Colorado 67 Oregon State 58
Rice 66 Lamar Tech 59
GOING OVER THE CONTRACTS The contracts of featherweights Battlln Byron Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch and Jesus Santamarla, who have signed to meet in a ten-round feature match at the
National Gym Dec. 16, are checked by Panama Boxing Commlsison president Jose Rogelio
(Pinky) Arias before the officials approved the bout Monday night. In the picture, (1. to r.)
are commission member Aldo Garcia, promoter Sidney Arias, commission secretary Luis To To-reau,
reau, To-reau, commission trustee Carlos Guevara, Cumberbatch, Pinky Arias, Santamarla and Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Rodriguez, Santamarla 's manager.
Unbeaten Santamaria Tackles
Cumberbatch Dec. 76 At Gym
By WALTER C WATSON
When Dallas Thornton, Paha- invested heavily in keeping base
ma's umpire in chief, calls the
old familiar "Play Ball" tonight
the 11th season of Panama's pro professional
fessional professional baseball will be under
way with many of the old faces
and quite a few new ones added.
Heading tne list of newcomers
is Andy Cohen, manager of Car
los Eieta's champions, Chester Chesterfield.
field. Chesterfield. He b.rings with him a
wealth of experience as a minor
league manager and former ma major
jor major league inflelder.. His, ability
game, will "be an asset to a ball
club that for. years has not been
able to boast of very good management.
Managing a club that is con
siderably' weaker than that
which won the 1955-56 cham
pionship, Cohen will have the
opportunity of proving how
much good management means
to a baseball team. Win, lose or
draw 'the local fans -will see in
action a man lust appointed to
manage tne Indianapolis team
of the American Association in
action, whose possibilities of
some day managing in the ma
jors are, in our opinion, excel
Another newcomer to the
basebal scene, whose presence
will be a shot In the arm to lo local
cal local baseball, is Ramon Mendez,
genial, hustling, aggressive QM
of the Carta Vieja team. Ramon,
a product of the Gold Coast, is
wen known politically, socially
and In sporting circles but we
believe that this is his first shot
at baseball. To him, Governor of
Colon Jose Maria Gonzalez,
chief of the Colon National
Guard. Mai. Pastor Ramos and
the dther members of the syn
dicate now operating the popu popular
lar popular Carta Vieja team, the base baseball
ball baseball public of the isthmus is
These civic-minded citizens
have, wfth the Carta Vieja Co.,
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ball alive, fully aware of the
fact that without a doubt, their
operations will result in a defi deficit
cit deficit of between three and five
thousand dollars at the end of
the season. But for the willing willingness
ness willingness of these sportsmen to take
this chance, the baseball fans of
ne Isthmus might have been
without their favorite dry sea
son pastime uus year.
Monday. Mendez. already
proving his worth as a first class!
S remoter, escorted his players
) the cemetery where they
placed a wreath on the tomb of
the late President, Gen. Jose An
tonio Rernon, camera. Present
at ithis Impressive ceremony.
paying tribute to a great sports sportsman
man sportsman and rabid baseball fan,
were Panama Pro League's pres president,
ident, president, Raul Arango and repre representing
senting representing the Remon family, Tri Triple
ple Triple G Garrldo, an intimate and
close friend of the deceased
From the cemetery, Mende
and his team called on the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of the Canal Zone who re
ceived them cordially and talked
baseball with the same ease that
he discusses the affairs of his
dual position Governor of the
C.Z. and president of the Pan
ama Canal Co., for which he
jokingly told his visitors that he
nad but one desk and since he
wore no hats all of his busing
was conducted there. He was
presented with two season tick tickets
ets tickets by Mendez who informed
him that the first game in which
Carta Vieja would participate
would be dedicated to him and
requested that he throw out the
Checking on his busy sched schedule,
ule, schedule, the Governor regretted that
he would be entertaining offi officially
cially officially at his residence on Friday
evening and requested Mendez
to name another da'te. But the
Governor noting intense disap
pointment on the OMs face
proposed instead that he would
be on hand to throw out the
first ball if he could be excused
immediately after. Ramon Men Mendez
dez Mendez hastily accepted this propos proposal
al proposal and barring rain, the canal
Zone's owndGov. William Potter
will have the place of honor on
Friday evening. Billy Shanr,z,
Carta Vleja's new manager, but
now an old timer having played
four seasons here, then present presented
ed presented the Governor with an auto autographed
graphed autographed baseball, which the
Governor laughingly s t a t ed
would be confiscated by ms
daughter upon his arrival at the
Governor's mansion at noon.
After leaving the administra administration
tion administration building the team travelled
'to the new Liceo de Sehorltas'
school at Paitilla where they
were warmly received by the fa faculty
culty faculty and students. The majori majority
ty majority of the two groups loudly -expressing
their preference for the
Carta Vieja team in the present
season and promising to be on
hand to give their moral sup support.
port. support. To this reporter, Mendez,
showed in one morning what
the local baseball moguls can do
to win support for the league. It
is sincerely hoped that his ef efforts
forts efforts to promote fan interest will
be emulated by the other teams
and that the fans will rally in
support of the Pro League.
In a future column we shall
analyze, as we see them, the
three teams and make our sel selection
ection selection for the 1956-57 championship.
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Unbeaten featherweight con
tender Jesus Santamarla will
meet veteran Battlln' Byron
Cumberbatch in a ten-round,
126-pound feature bout at the
National Gym Dec. 16, it was
announced yesterday by Caras
Nuevas, S.A., promoters.
The match, along with three
supporting events, was approv
ed Monday nigh- by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Boxing Commission.
santamaria, who hopes to
challenge 126-pound king Isi Isi-dro
dro Isi-dro Martinez for the crown
next year, has been a w'nner
in all of his six pro bouts since
he left the amateur ranks ear early
ly early this year.
The tall, long-armed young
ster's most recent
The Balboa A.C. Rams, in the
midst of a two-game winning
streak, will meet a powerful
and Championship-bound Jun Junior
ior Junior College five Thursday night
at the Balboa Gym. Game time
at 7 p.m. since the Ram's last
loss to the J.C. aggregate, they
have had successive wins over
the BHS Bulldogs and Cristobal
Last week Tuesdav night at
the Margarita Gymnasium, the
more experienced A.C. Rams de
feated a lighting Cristobal High
five by a score of 41-36. The
game was not decided until the
last three minutes of play, where
the combination of experience
and skillful shooting gave the
Rams a five-point edge which
they held until the final gun
CHS led at half-time by a
score of 17-14 and were leading
going into the fourth quarter,
32-28. But, in the final five min minutes
utes minutes of play the Ram five began
to click and quickly closed the
gap and were never headed.
The Cristobal Tigers proved
deadly at the foul-line, making
16 of their 36-point total on free
throws, but this was not enough
to overcome the points poured
through the hoop by Ram for forward
ward forward Nesbitt who scored 14
points for the evening. Closely
following Nesbitt as the Ram's
top scorers for the night were
forward jerry Welch with 10
points and forward Bert Joyce
with 8 points. Cristobal's Sasso
and Lowe tied for their team's
scoring honors with 8 points a
piece, smith and Concepcion
closely followed their teammates
with 7 and 6 pohitte respectively.
For their game Thursday
positions, and Ram captah
Charley MacArthur, Ray Si Simons,
mons, Simons, or Bob Carlin bringing
the ball up court from the guard
positions. Gabby "Doc Koura Koura-ney
ney Koura-ney and Al Lombana will .be a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable as part of the strong
A.C. reserve force.
The undefeated JC Greenwavo
will be starting their big gun,
Ramon Quezada at forward, C'l
Smith at the other forward, who
almost single-handedly downed
the Rams in their last meeting
with 24 points, Fred Raybonrne
at center, and Bob Fogel and
Pat Lincoln at the guard posi
Wfth the A;C. Rams tn thf
midst of a hot winning streak,
the Greenwavo if J.C. wlH be
counting heavily on the shoot shooting
ing shooting of Quezada, Smith, and Lin Lincoln.
coln. Lincoln. The Hams will be count
ing on one of the league's dead
llest shooters, "Moss" Nesbttt,
and thfr Vifefoht. nt antor
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
night, the fast-improving Rams
will be pittine a lineup of 6' 5"
victim was cettter "81" Barkowitz. with ei-
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Buurne to wnom ne ensnea out or jjert joyce at tne iorwaro sasso
a unanimous ten-round beating
Bourne, who weighed in at an
amazingly lieavy 127 pounds, In
a bout that called for a 126 126-pound
pound 126-pound weight limit, was slow,
and plodding throughout the
match and proved an easy tar target
get target for the fast-moving Santa
Many observers feel, however.
that had the fat, overweight
Bourne been in condition, th
outcome might have been dlf
Cumberbatch, a natural feath
erweight who for the past two
years has been paring himself
aown to around 119 pounds to
take on outstanding bantam
weights like Toto Ibarra and
Claudio Martinez, has decided
not to fight under 123 pounds in
"Taking off so much weight
usually left me feeling weak
before a fight," said the flat flat-nosed
nosed flat-nosed Calidon a battler, "and
from now on I expect to give
a better account of myself
Cghtinr at my correct weight."
In Cumberbatch's last outing,
in which he lost a split decision
to claudio Martinez, he tipped
'tne scales at ll9y2 pounds
He also lost a weight forfeit
or 575 oy being one-naif pound
over tne limit.
In the six-round semifinal Ti
to Marshall engages Enrique Pe Pe-rea
rea Pe-rea at 126 pounds: and in an
other six-rounder Roberto Mu-
rlllo takes on Black Bill at
126-pound weight limit.
The four-round curtain raiser
brings together Ernesto Camp
bell and Arias Mendez. The
weight agreement Is 123 pounds.
The .J.C. five, favored to win
the Interscholastic Basketball
Mile, will be out to prove their
previous-win over the Rams wa
no freak accident. The Green
wave, will be the favorites in
Thursday's clash with Rams duo
in great part to their previous
easy win over the AG contingent
by fifteen points, 6341L
The box score: A c. Rams: 41,
f g fm pts
J. sWelch ............ 3 4
R. Nfisbitt .... 6 2
B. Joyce 4 0
R. Simons 0 0
C. MacArthur 3 0
G. Kourany ; 0 0
B. Carlin 1 1
A. Lombana 0 0
Also Showing Thursday!
DIABLO HTS. 7:0
"ALL THE BROTHERS
Thurs. "The Come On
"THE COME ON"
Frl. "Swamp Women"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:45
"CITY OF SHADOWS"
Thurs. "Land of Fury"
Jane Russell Richard Egan
'REVOLT OF MAMIE STOVER"
Also Showing Thursday!
PARAISO 6:15 8:20 LA BOCA 7:00
"MAN WHO NEVER WAS" "GOODBYE, MY LADY"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:40 CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:05
"BELL'S HORIZON" "Girl In The Red Velvet Swine"
Panama Golf Club
Elects 1957 Term
Board Of Governors
Members of the Panama Golf
Club elected W. C. Schmitt,
Dr. Frank A. Raymond, George
F. Novey, Jr., Luis A. Chan Chan-deck,
deck, Chan-deck, Roberto Aleman, James
G. Ridge and C. Paz Rodriguez
to serve as members of the
board of governors for 1957, at
the annual election held last
week-end at the club.
Also nominated but hot re receiving
ceiving receiving sufficient votes to be
elected were Gliberto Arias,
Fred Gerhardt, Dr. A. E. Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, Manuel Espinosa, Rober Roberto
to Roberto Torres, Angus Metheney, Al
Saarinen, Jim Des Londes, A.
de Mena, Carlos Alfaro, BUI Le
Bran, Robert Boyd and Jim
The Panama team returned
from Guatemala last Sunday
after competing in the Central
American Inter-Club Matches
which was won by Guatemala
with Costa Rica second and
Panama finishing third. A
'good time by all making the
trip was reported.
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hort End Is Long For Fullmer,
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ho bees I it le LomtngWith lt
H0 f Ji RA ijaJL at
cArtT dchai Basketball referees seldom pay much atten-
eV to the feet, so players occasionally get away with this.
Sob Bunker, who drills the Bngh.m Young freshmer ..tosses
the ball in the air while stanainr on mr
Stan Watts, giving Center Roy facKer a irwn
Th ,aif nd;ir and a short explosive left hook to the jaw
.ui ... ,m, iKb tvinnr at. thp same time Friday night
It was more man ine ashless mn& s uvmu ....-.
The end which came in the; fifth round, merely made it
eifti. You could see it coming from tne miaaie 01 ine nrst
nounds lighter, made it evident that he had come to ngni
Had the necessary weapons. wnn guard held ril$h, his
wrinkled as if in intense concentration, raiiersun went
the attack immediately, and the contrast oi ms iiasning
From start to finish Patterson, wno was on his way to oe-
front. However, the Dossibllity that Moore, a powerful
bter-puncher, might break through the 21-year-old Brooklyn-
L 4. l Jim,nnaH DrtuiQf o Ua loof 1 hinrr
ghter lose, tne last asset jniuier Time picas up tne note
This on nor tu nit v never came to Moore. Or it may be more
irate to state that the youngster made sure not to give him
and esnecially the kind Moore had so brilliantly exploited
a he slashed through Rocky Marciano's guard and dropped
heavyweight champion last September.
What punches Moore did land were either off target or in-
able of Denetratinn Patterson's protective armor. There
another reason why Patterson, even though steadily adding
(is lead, could not feel altogether safe in the earlier phases,
re is a traditionally slow starter.
But last night the colorful old fellow, who is a fantastic
ger of Emperor Jones, Kingfish and Othello, never got start-
WINNER ALL THE WAY
The basic secret of Patterson's devastating victory was the
d with which he threw puncaes in "bunches, as the trade
ses it. "Combinations" is the more technical word for the
Km of rights and lefts that keep coming until the oppo-
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erson landed a right to the body and two hooks to the
a that forced Moore to retreat. Moore saw them start, but
was all. Patterson's gloved fists were in and out before
re could possibly defend against tram.
hound two saw the youngster give a glittering demonstra-
of boxing skills. He made Moore miss repeatedly, he pick-
If Moore's 'leads as though he were practicing In a gym-
him, and once he stood in mid-ring swaying this way and
as Moore's heavy blows spent themselves harmlessly in
Ifetid Stadium air.
fThe action in the third dispelled air doubts as to the re-
Patterson wisely wasn't giving Moore much room to man-
r, and now be had him against tne ropes, and was whip-
ling him with rights and lefts that made the old fellow
e and turn his body as though to escape the angry storm
Moore must have realized at this stage that he wasn't go
to 'make it, and that only a desperation punch to a par-
arly vulnerable spot could save him, and so with only sec-
remaining in the round, he caught Patterson with two
blows to the head, the best he had landed since the fight
ed. Patterson shook them off and walked to his corner
no visible signs of distress.
Bnoare. had come out of the round spilling blood from a
alongside the ridge of his nose, and both fighters oper oper-at
at oper-at a sharply reduced tempo in the fourth. A deceptive
as it turhed out. Especially on the part of Patterson.
The finish! now was only minutes away. A short perfectly
n. jet propelled left dropped Moore as though he had been
axea. sotnenow ne manages to kci pacx on nis icet, ana
he did, Patterson leaped from his own corner and drove
veteran to the canvas again. Moore labored to regain a
By JIMMY BRESLIN
new YORK (NEA) Gene
Fullmer gets 12V4 per cent of the
Day-Elton Bell Eliminate
Hoverson-Nordstrom 3 and 1
the third round I were the pilot team of Allan
the Mido Multifort and Duncan who had played ex
watch itolf tournament' at the
Brazos Brook coun.ry club went
according to predictions with
one exception ana tnat was ine
net gate when he tries to take thjde(eat 0f prank Day and Elton
middleweight cnampionsmp irum Ben by jim Hoverson and Nora
Sugar Ray Robinson at Madison str0m naa otner ideas and al
Square Garden, Jan. 2.
The West Jordan, Utah, plugger
gets none of the $M0,000 radio TV
proceeds. Robinson get the whole
60 per cent boxer' snare oi wau
Manager Marv Jensen collects
nnp.hird of young fulimerj
nurse. A trainer gets
mere are regular tnuiwi jand had
es. ine cnauenger
cent of what is left to tne Mormon
though '.hey were one down at
the turn, their steady play on
the back nine gave them a well well-deserved
deserved well-deserved victory.
The Raymond-Toledano team
had a glorious chance of pulling
off a startling; upset over xhe
highly favored team of Mathie Mathie-son
son Mathie-son and Stiiewalt. With six
ceptionally good golf to reach
the third round. However, tney
did not repeat their fine play
and went under by a score of 5
The semifinal matches will
feature Hause-Nufiez agains;
Gallndo-Cross while Mathieson Mathieson-Stlrewalt
Stlrewalt Mathieson-Stlrewalt will go against Hover Hover-son
son Hover-son and Nordstrom.
a ami. . fi-,o ..,ai.A fwn nn
strose coming iu
them on the 15th
nrosnects of a sensational
perhaps was the reason why they
never won another hole. The
It would seem, then, that all
Fullmer Is fighting for is the
chance to become champion. j Jt and eventually won handily
winners shot five successive pars
to overcome their two hole oeti'
idea. "Sure, it looks small whe i
von nut it on oaoer." says the
venerable handler who is associat
with the Fullmer camp. "But
look at it this way. Fullmer still
will pick up $25,000. His biggest
previous purse was $7,500.
"So here he gets three times
that and a shot at the title. So
why feel sorry for him? He is go
ing to wir, too.
Woodman it talking about
something Fullmer and Jensen fig figured
ured figured out before they took the
With today's purses usually hov
ering around the $5,000 mark for
the very best, even a tiny percen
tage of a gate drawn by Sugar
Ray Robinson would be more than
Jensen's tiger has seen in five
year of fighting.
As a $16.37 a day apprentice
welder at the !(enne,cott Mines in
Bingham, Utah, Fullmer under understands
stands understands the value of a dollar un
doubtedly a lot better than Robin
son, who probably will find his
six-figure payday won't be the an answer
swer answer to his financial problems.
With the Archie Moore Floyd
Patterson fight serving as substan
tial and fresh background the box
ing set turns to Fullmcr's joust
with the 38-year-old Robinson with
a learned approach.
It is the youth-againit-age bi'si
miss ajV Wet agailj: Ringside rail
birds will watch Robinson's trim
legs cksely, looking for anv tell
tale signs which would indicate the
years have robbed their bounce.
Most teem inclined to toss o
Robinson's two knockouts over Bo Bo-bo
bo Bo-bo Olson as any measuring stick.
They want to see how he reacts to
a pressing three-minutes round
attack from the strong-jawed Ful-
Eduardo Lausse, the left hooker
from Argentina, has been the
naraest hitter Fullmer has been in
with. Lausse beat him at Madison
Square Garden, but never had his
man in trouble despite landing, so-
Robinson is rated a much sharp
er hitter than Lausse. But nobody
knows how long he can carry the
Du,.L :- LI-
i cvpre in ms camp Dcueved as
recently as six months ago that
Sugar Ray Robinson would be
hard pressed to fight more than
six rounas against a tough oppo
net.t carrying the trouble.
Don Hause and Dr. Juan Nu
nez are now being recognized as
a team to beat. Tney wortcea
their way into the semifinals by
a combination of long and
straight wood shots by Hae
backed up by exceptionally good
Iron play including some brave
putting by Nunez.
The fourth match presented
no difficulty for sure shot Ga-
llndo and his Navy partner
Cross. The astute Galindo spent
some weeks of beating the bush bushes
es bushes and after intensive scouting
he came up with Cross as a
Their-opponents in this match
Miami Rushes Bowl Season;
Pitt In Eye Of Hurricane
By HARRY GRAYSON
. Both got away from
I wing they played so
MIAMI. Fla. (NEA) The Gold learned so thoroughly
Coast and the Slate of Florida Sutherland. They adopted the split Miami, Capt. Don
don't feci too badly about the T, with Gustafson mixing in some1 let it go at that.
National Colleghte Athletic Asso straight T in which the belly se-l
ciation's flat refusal to give f ries is incorporated. Had Florida had any idea of
mi of Coral Gables 10 days off .01 ,. .... ... . i what was coming, the State Chum-
good behavior. L "sl.uddedJcstj' t,hls,bat- er of Commerce would have ia-
The University of Miami, yM,'" '""" f uue.'',e- eluded this gam- in its early
see, was set down for two years n i; ter tourist attractions
due to, let's say, too rigorous re- m rT ens
cruiting keep "nd carry and Ml'nl s Sam
Tim.-; ,m i.n in w with the' ScarnecchU usually looking to
. i niTjin
hnt Wiirvirano rich u pntlderi to re- ? ""
present its state in the Orange
Bowl, Jan. 1, the NCAA said nix.
So. the Orange Bowl on New
Year's Day has to settle for consi considerably
derably considerably less than the tremendous
battle between Miami and Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, which is to be nationally
NEW YORK (NEA) When televised from there, Dec.
Don Newcombe was voted the Na Here are two of the finest col col-tional
tional col-tional League's Most Valuable lege teams, hardened by combat.
Player and also given the C '! Pitt will have had two weiks rest
Young award for the best pitche-Jin which to doctor up its wounds
in the majors, stories made a poict after traveling across the country
of noting the accolades came whei'hke circus troupers to tackle the
the big right-hander was lowest 1:1 best. Miami will be fresh from a
the dumps-following his misers-! gigantic battle with its very formi
hie World Series and bad tour tf uable intra-state rival, Florida. y
Despite thai factors, which
"The baseball writers of the na- could have an important bearing
tion perked him up," Brooklyn' on the outcome of a scrap like
fans were saying. this, this handicapper is picking
There was, however, one shad-, Miami to beat Pittsburgh by a
ow on the otherwise rosy picture, touchdown in a game during which
You can tap out that no nark- tod manv of them will nni hp scor
ing lot attendants were in on the ed( say 14-7.
balloting," somebody said, refer-! I like the Miami kids because
May Close Big
WASHINGTON (NEA) Sam
Baker, whose foot put a kick in
the Washington Redskins' attack,
credits his presence ir. the Nation National
al National Football League to a two-year
hitch in the Army, a wife and an
When Baker came to the Red Redskins
skins Redskins in 1953, he had a back background
ground background as the leading ground gain gainer
er gainer in Oregon State history. He al also
so also had the attitude of a playboy
rather than a player.
The two-year hitch in the serv service,
ice, service, plus marriage, changed Bak Baker.
er. Baker. But he had to convince the
Skins he meant it. When thu team
lng position as the referee sounded the dreadful chant I PW-ea its first exhibition in Los
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 5
(UP) The Brooklyn Dodgers
and Philadelphia Phillies were
close to completing a multi-player
deal today in which outfield
ers Richie Ashburn and Carl Fu-
rillo would be the central fig figures.
A Brooklyn spokesman ad admitted
mitted admitted that "something is defi definitely
nitely definitely cooking" and although
he did not identify the club
the Dodgers were dealing with,
it was known that vice presi president
dent president E. J. (Bu2zy Bavasi had
talked at length with Phillies'
general manager Roy Harney.
From all indications, the deal
would include at least five play players.
ers. players. Along with Furlllo, the
Phillies probably would receive
rookie shortstop Bob-Lillls, who
played with St. Paul of the
American Association last sea season,
son, season, nlus a Ditcher.
If the deal can be worked out,
the Dodgers undoubtedly would
want, in addition to Ashburn,
one of 'iwo rookie pitchers left left-handed
handed left-handed Seth Morenead or right righthander
hander righthander Dick Farrell. Both were
with Miami of the international
League last season.
The pennant-minded Braves
are making an all-out pitch at
the same time for Johnny
Temple and Smokey Burgess
but the Redlegs, with flag no-.
tions of their own, want Bob
Buhl and catcher Del Cran Cran-dall
dall Cran-dall In return.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (NEA) (NEA)-Tony
Tony (NEA)-Tony Despirito will attempt a rid'
ing comeback at Tropical Park.
sooner of later all fighters, even the remarKaoie Arcme
I e. must hear.
NEW PAP, NEW CHAMP
Back in the dressing room, an unmarked, relaxed Patter-
answerea questions ior a sweltering, josuca press conun-
Wlth Cus D'Amato. his sllver-tnatcnea manager, playing
PThe six-dunce gloves made the difference."
Patterson responded unhesitatingly. He's "been an elght-
e customer ms entire career, because tne so-cauea saiety
Bit mitt was introduced before he began his pro career in
Patterson, habitually shy, did not react demonstratively to
fact that he'd made history by becoming a father and
iflb.t champion on the same day.
ey didn't tell me Sandra had tne baby until Just now,"
qrted. Then. . "Well, it's nice to have a family."
e corroborated tne obvious, tnat ms two anocicaowns
hes wer in order, left hook and a short right.
In Moore's room, they'd hoisted the old timer onto a table
l-e an understandably smaller gathering.
Patterson is vastly Improved, he has potentialities of being
Sat flgowt," M said.
Was Patterson a good puncher? "Good enough to knock
lut." Yes, he would continue fighting and defend his light
eight title "when called on."
h not too much heat, he made an issue of the finish.
I was ud at eight when he stopped It. I should have had
nee to continue. . But I don't know how long I coujd
H!." , V. . ,
Angeles, he didn't get in tho oam
There was no practice scheduled
for the next day, but Baker show showed
ed showed up and practiced kicking field
That sold the Washington coach coaching
ing coaching staff on the 210-pound fullback
who since has developed into one
of the tor- place-kickers and punt punters
ers punters in business.
ing to the pitcher's courtroom!
woes with one Newk allegedly
slugged during the Series.
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Andy Gustafson has a pigeon pigeon-chested
chested pigeon-chested psychological bulge.
Coach Gustafson and his lad;
!:ave something to get mad about.
They have the greater incentive,
goaded by the spirit of revenge.
Pitt, you understand, has already
accepted an invitation to the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Gator Bowl, Dec. 29.
Several of the superior Miami
youngsters hav played together
for four years, freshmen having
been eligible when they matricu matriculated.
lated. matriculated. They aspired to close their
college football careers on New
Year's Day in the Orange Bowl
where they played home games.
They are a frustrated lot, thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly able to do something about
it by getting even.
Last season, they smacked the
Strategically speaking, this is a
battle of old Pitt backs. Gustafson
was oni of Dr. Jock Sutherland's
early fullbacks, Johnny Michelo Michelo-sen
sen Michelo-sen on of his late quarterbacks.
Both assisted the famous Scot in
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MONTGOMERY. Ala., Dec.
(UP) A week-long bl-racial sem seminar
inar seminar began here yesterday after a
preliminary meeting at which 800
Neroes and 12 whites were told,
"Old Man Segregation is on his
The "Institute of Non-Violence
and Social Change" opened at the
Benmore Hotel, a Negro establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Dr. Preston ValieB, chair chairman
man chairman of the social science depart department
ment department at Fisk University at Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Tenn., was the main speaker
The Rev. Martin Luther King,
leader of the Negro boycott of
segregated city buses here that
will be one year old tomorrow,
spoke to a "mass meeting" at the)
Holt Street Baptist Church.
"Let nobody fool you," King
said. "All the loud noises that you
hea; today from the legislative
halls of the South in terms of
interposition and nullification and
of outlawing the National Associ Association
ation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People are' merely the
death groans of a dying system."
The seminar is sponsored by the
Montgomery Improvement Assn.,
a Negro group that has been the
mainstay of the long racial pro protest
test protest here. King is its president.
Negroes said the seminar will
be attended by leading lay and
ministerial leaders from over the
nation. Georgia novelist Lillian
Smith, white author of the racial
novel "Strange Fruit," is also
scheduled to attend, leaders said.
Poland is Warned
Not lo Breakaway
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BERLIN, Dec. 5 (UP) Top
East German Communists today
"warned" Poland against breaking
away irom tne soviet bloc.
Doctor Wilhelm Girnus, secretary
of the East German government's
Committee for German Unity"
said an anti-Soviet campaign in
Poland has caused "anxiety" a a-mong
mong a-mong East Germans.
He said the enemy of Polish
independence was not the Soviet
Union but West German militar militarism
ism militarism and western capitalism.
"Allow us to give a warning,"
Girnus told Polish Communists in
the East Berlin newspaper Berlin
Zeitung, "Do not allow a few va vacillating
cillating vacillating persons to confuse the
Polish people as to who are the
true enemies of Poland's national
"Do not allow the battle to be
fought In the wrong direction. Turn
your breast and not your back to
Former MP Mojpr
FLENSBURG, Germany, Dec. 5
(UP) A court today acquitted a
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looking overlooking S.A.5. commissary,
FOR SALE: Piano upright,
newly refinished, and piano
bench Good condition. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1898.
FOR SALE: Enlarger, Ome Omega
ga Omega D-2, for negatives up to 4x5,
with 135 MM lens. $150.00. CB2
electronic flash, $25, both new
condition. Phone, Balboa 4435.
FOR SALE: Remmington mo model
del model 121 pump gun, 22 caliber
$40.00. Colt woodsman 4" bar barrel!
rel! barrel! 22 caliber, $40.00. Large
amount of Lionel equipment A
rolling stock. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone, Curundu 5177.
FOR SALE:- 21" Zenith TV,
80 cycles, Albrook 88-2105, be between
tween between 7:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m.
FOR RENT:- One bedroom
furnished apartment besoment
home enclosed garden, suit suitable
able suitable one child. $80.00, Tel. 3-
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOSE INN
Address: Sam Jos Inn, San Jos,
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3881.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phane Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Four bedroom
chalet, living dining room,
porch, pantry, two bathrooms,
garage, 47th Si. Phone 3-1222
Call after 3 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Vacation quart quarters,
ers, quarters, comfortable furnished eha eha-let
let eha-let in San Fee. with all neces necessary
sary necessary utensils. Washing ma machine,
chine, machine, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: In Cangrejo 2
rooms. For e couple. Very rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Tel. 3-0798.
Boats & Motors
Let's go fishing, $5.00 per
son. Large comfortable
Contact ABERNATHY. Tl
phono 3-0284 deys. 3-2145 nigl
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Vi h
tor, very good condition,
ror wasning machine, wi
bench, email cars. 2398-D
FOR SALE: 50 foot lau
excellent construction 225
Gray Marine Diesel motor.
pacify: 50 passengers. So
15 knots. Excellent median
condition. AUTOS E I S I
MAN, S. A. besides Coca-d
plant. Phone 2-2818, 2-4988.1
FOR SALE:- 21 RCA 80 ap.
Call 86-2114 between 7:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m., $100.00.
MODERN OFFICES, centrally
located, to be built as requir required
ed required on panoramic roof of Me Medical
dical Medical Center Building, 5tfiAve.
and 30th Street Panama City.
Available space about four
hundred square meters. Con Contact
tact Contact Mr. Amado, Telephone 3 3-1078
1078 3-1078 office heyrs?
Govt. Charges RCA
In Anti-Trust Suit
RODMAN MAW FYruivrp tmhi
were recenUy awa"rd7d 'p7r KZTo S r the Rodma Navy Excha;
award ceremony are: Ricardo Buitamante, Roland Lawrence Ra. nil r.ih wt eflT ge" "ctured from left to right at.1
Cyril Ferguson, Jeremiah Waltonfc Row jE.' H' -.fP-G.r" Duncan, Wlnnlfred Fan
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jiecKies, ins Bryan and Myrtle Anderson. Also awarded Dins for tin V.T;. ."A ttl.V n isxcnange otricer; Dor
ungiaa samaniego, Isabel Jones and Wilhel Gray t,c, uuu aoseni irom ine ceremony an
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WASHINGTON. Der?. 5 (VP)
The Justice Department today ac-
cusea naaio corporation of Amer America
ica America and its subsidiary, the Nation
al Broadcast Co.. of consmnne
illegally to gain control of five of
tne nation s best television mar
The deoaHttrteht levelled thP
charge In a civil anti-trust suit
filed in federafStourt in Philadelphia.
It said the two firms "unlaw
fully combined, and, conspired" to
obtain the markets through "the
unlawful use or NBC s power, as
a network, to erant or withhold
NBC network affiliation."
The complaint specifically cited
radio and television station
swap between NBC and the West-
inghouse Broadcasting Co.
Under the deal, Westinghouse
gave up radio station KYW and
TV station WPTZ (now WRCV)
in Philadelphia in exchange for
3 million dollars and NBC's Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland outlets, radio station WTAM
and, TV station WNBK-TV.
The department said that if
Westinghouse had balked, "it
would' lose its NBC affiliation in
Boston and Philadelphia, it would
nt be granted NBC affiliation in
Pittsburgh." It said Westinghouse
also would not be able to obtain
NBC affiliation for any future sta station
tion station it might acquire.
The complaint added that the
transaction itself was illegal,
The department asked the court
to order the station swap canceled
and to declare that an Illegal con
At hearings last spring before
the Senate Commerce Committee,
Westinghouse President Donald H
McGannon testified bis station
feared the loss' of NBC affiliation
in Philadelphia if it opposed the
The-department said that, in all,
NBC obtained ownership of five
very high freouency (VHF) out outlets,
lets, outlets, the legal limit set by the fed federal
eral federal communications commission.
Air Force Looking
For Gen. Engineer
(Apply at Albrook)
The Air Force announces a va vacant
cant vacant General Engineer (Struc (Structural)
tural) (Structural) position at Albrook Air
Force Bate, for non United
States citizen. Applicants must
have a full four years profession professional
al professional engineering curriculum lead leading
ing leading to a bachelor's degree In an
accredited college or university
or four years of successful and
progressive experience in tech
nical engineering or any time
equivalent combination of both.
In addition to the above, one
and a half years professional ex experience
perience experience in engineering is required.
Applicants must be able to
speak, read, and write the Eng English
lish English language fluently. Applica Applications
tions Applications should be made on Stan Standard
dard Standard Form 57 or 60, "Application
for Federal Employment' which
may be obtained from the guard
at the main entrance to Albrook
Air Force Base, and are to be
completed and returned to him.
Qualified applicants will be con
tacted pv teiepnone or man Dy
the Civilian Personnel Office.
A Where you park
at the door!
Pie In Th' Face
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
Dec. 5 (UP) Police were hor
rified Monday when they pulled
Harold Donath from his over
turned bakery truck. His race
appeared to be a mass of blood.
Closer inspection revealed it was
only cherry pie.
Climbs To Hew High
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UP) -,
Personal income of Americans
climbed to a new record high in
October, principally because of
soil bank payments and the rush
to turn out new 1957 model autos.
The Commerce Department said
personal income would total eew.6
billion dollars if the October rate j
were continued over a fun year.
This was 3 billionnnr.nnnnn
their new models while demand
still is at a peak. As a result,
auto workers worked longer aours
at generally higher wages in Oc
Farm income rose 700 million
dollars in October. But the de-
Lpartment sam n w o u i a nave
P.K... b JaaIIm if Konlr nav.
ments were left out of the total.
Under the soil bank plan, farm farmers
ers farmers receive cash subsidies from
the government for not planting
ineir iuii anoiea acres oi sucn sur surplus
plus surplus crops as wheat, corn, cotton
The report showed that payrolls
rose in October in the metals, tex textiles
tiles textiles and clothing industries. Land Landlords,
lords, Landlords, business proprietors and
stock and bond holders also
shared in the general rise.
Personal income in the first 10
months of this vear was at an
annual rate of 323.6 billion dollars,
compared to 303.7 billion
in the first 10 months of
year s total was a recor
"THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER
Commercial Aviation In the Americas
Celebrates Its 37th Anniversary Today
We have 25 cycle motors
for Garrard RC-80 record record-changers,
changers, record-changers, now at the greatly
reduced price of
(next to Encanto Theatre).
(PA-C) The celebration of
the 37th anniversary of the
founding of Scadta, now Avlan Avlan-ca,
ca, Avlan-ca, is an important day to com commercial
mercial commercial aviation throughout the
' The original company, Scad Scadta,
ta, Scadta, was founded on December
5th. 1919, by three men from
Germany (Warner Kaemmerer,
atihprtn Tietien. Stuart Hossle)
and 5 Colombians (Rafael Maria
Palacio, Jacobo A. Correa, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Restrepo, Aristldes Nogue Nogue-ra
ra Nogue-ra and Ernesto Cortisso). The
first planes which were used in
flights between the two import important
ant important commercial centers, Bogo Bogota
ta Bogota and Barranquilla, were Jun Junker
ker Junker F-13s, purchased from Ger Germany.
The first regular schedule of
this airline established weekly
flights between these .two Im Important
portant Important cities.
Regular service to the United
States was inaugurated in 1949,
and to Europe in 1950.
contrast between its actlvitv in
1920 and that of last year. In
1920, the airline carried a total
of 12 passengers and 2040 kilos
of air freight in 36 hours of
flight: while last year Avianca
carried 922,804 passengers, and
296.054.661 kilos of air freight
over flight routes covering 23, 23,-301,379
301,379 23,-301,379 kilometers.
The current national and In International
ternational International routes of Avianca
cover a distance of 23,450 kilo kilometers.
meters. kilometers. This includes service to
55 cities within Colombia and 13
International porta of call
"Dp. Juan Guillermo Restrepo
Jaramlllo, President of Avianca,
has a deep rooted background
In air transportation and a vi vision
sion vision for the future development
and continuing leadership Of
Avianca in the Industry. Of A A-vianca's
vianca's A-vianca's more thah 5000 em em-oloyes
oloyes em-oloyes (pilots, operational, traf traffic
fic traffic and administrative person
nel) many have serveer witn a
A cav. sparklinr, slightly saucy comedy of the
that has been all too absent from our screens for a
while was enfolded in "The Ambassador's Daughter." Fl
ed in Paris, in Cinemascope and Technicolor, the pic
features an engaging cast, all of whom blend pert!
ly to this mirthful continental romp. Heading the cast
quartet of topnotch performers; Olivia de Havilland,
Forsythe, Myrna Loy and Adolphe Menjou. "THE AM
SADOR'S DAUGHTER" OPENS TOMORROW AT THE
"ROCK AROUND THE CLOCl
The srowth and development ivlanca 20. 25 and 30 consecutive
of the airline Is reflected In the 'years.
Hire's the iet-rhvthm-and-romartce story thai
hi. with rioiirhl! Th Rock'n Roll songs-and-dances
are rocking the nation! See Bill Haley and his CometaJ
Platters (Ernie Freeman comooi, tony rasninra noi
band and Freddie Bell and his "Bellboys." "ROCK AROl
THE CLOCK" OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX.
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1931
1l PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THE STORY OP MARTHA WAYNE
By WILSON SCRUGGS
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sleep, she savs.
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
By MERRILL BL0SS1
WELL, AREN'T EITHER OF
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Trees Grow in N. Y.
And They're Wanted
ALBANY, N. Y. (UP) New
York state, among other dunes, is
also in the tree business.
The state's Conservation De
partment reports that it will have
about 3p million seedlings avail available
able available for; planting by private land landowners
owners landowners bext spring
Species inelde w h i t e, red reforestation and not ornamental
scotch, jack and Austrian pine; purposes. The trees are used for
Norway and white spruce; Doug- producing forest crop?, control control-lu
lu control-lu and balsam fir, black locust Jin? soil erosion and improving
and Japanese larch. .wildlife habitat, as well as such
The state sells the trees only for uses as farm windbreaks.
Police Drive Hits
Slight Legal Snag
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)
Police here recently ran afoul of
the law in a recruitment drive for
Signs reading "Wanted, Police Policemen
men Policemen were put in the rear win window
dow window sof police cruisers.
Red-faced officials were told that
a city ordinance prohibits any ob ob-bile.
bile. ob-bile. mobile.
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pellets. with these thev buil.p their
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
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The ROYALTY of RADIO and TV
WEDNESDAY. ttf. S, 15S
3:00 Armed Torce Hour
4 :M Garry Moore
4:JS Geiriy Tim
4 So Santa's Worshop
S:W Trading Pot
S:M Mr. Wlfcard
5 its Panorama
T:0fl December Bride
7:39 Franki Lan
8 SO This Is Your Mfe
8 :S9 Mamii
!)S0 Big Picture
100 Wed. Night Fight
11 1)0 CFN News
115 Kncore. US Sleel Hour.
THURSDAY. Dec. ISM
3:00 Armed Force Hour
4:00 Garry Moor
4:15 Godfry Tim
4:80 Santa's Wonhop
g:W Western Matin
7:00 Meet Millie
7:30 TTUtbor Consequences.
9 :00 Dragnet
9:30 Two or The Money
10:00 Johnny Carson
10 :.10 CameoTheatre
1 1 :00 CFN News
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Soviets Closing Olympic Point-Spread
U.S. Has Lead of Only Twenty Points;
Mann, Breen Star for Yank Swimmers
4t . J.
MELBOURNE, Dec. 5 (UP) Shelley Mann of Arlington, Va., America's most versatile swimmer, gave the
U, S. its 31st gold medal of the Olympic games today by winning the women's 100-meter butterfly event in a 1-2-3
finish by the American girls.
A gold medal in star class yachting In the afternoon and 26 points in two 'women's swimming events gave
tHe,U. S. barely enough points to stave off the fast-moving Russians. The Soviets threatened to take over the team
led by scoring heavily in women's gymnastics and shooting.
At the end of the day's judging, the U. S. still led Russia by 20 points in the team race, 538 to 51?J.
Miss Mann, holder of 13 American championships, churned a new Olympic butterfly record of 1 minute, 11
f conds, two-tenths better than the mark she set In ear Her trials.
She hit the finish two yards ahead of Nancy Ramey of Mercer Island, Wash., and Mary Jane Sears of Chevy
Chase, Md., finished third for a sweep of all three medals.
MILIOURNI. Da. 5 (UP) A
26 point haul in waman'e twimming
jnd 17 paints in yachting anafeM
thi United States to maintain a 20 20-point
point 20-point tad ever Russia tenlght in
the unofficial team standing! of toe
The Soviet! tcorad 55 points in
their gymnastics specialties and 10
in shooting and further reduced the
U.S. team tad by 22 more points.
At tha completion of the nights
activity, America had a total of
538 Vi point to 5 1 8 1 fat Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. On tha basis af 10 point! far a
geld medal, five far second place,
four far third and so on down to
one .for lixth place, here are tbe
gam standings (with gold medals
in parentheses) :
United States., .. MlVi jJJ
,. 518Vx ()
Australia 200 14 (l
Italy 140 6
mania 94 (5)
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nd .V ..'.'.'.. '.".61 qj
Japan 57 Vi
CiMhaalavakla 52 1
lan. 4R 2
Canad? 45 II
Turkey .. 1 2
Ireland 2V4 (1
Denmark 2S III1
New Zealand 22 (2)
Bulgaria 21 (!)
Norway 21 d
Chile .. ..17
Bratil t .. .. 12 (1)
Yugoslavia .... . 1 1
Mexico .. 7
Iceland . 5
VlKfllMatS ev, 4
ertuaal .. .. .. .. 3
Seain ,. .. 1
It's surorisino how many oeople
! will pay $4,000 for a portable
; radio if it comet equipped with
power steering, power brakes and
whitewoll tires. "o
Adm. Prices: 0.60 St 0.30
Judy Grihham of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain won the women's 100-meter
backstroke but Carin Cone of
Ridgewood. N.J., won the silver
medal and five team points for
second place. Maureen Murphy
of Portland. Ore., finished fifth
and contributed two points.
Miss Grinham set a new O-
lympk record of 1:12.9 and Mis
Cone, a 16-year-old mm scnooi
girl, was caught in the same
clocking so will share the new
mark. The old record of 1:13 was
set in earlier trial heats by Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Edwards of Great Britain,
who finished third to Miss Cone.
In addition, Dick Conner of
Pasadena, Calif., third after
three dives in the morning,
vaulted into first place in the
tower dive with a brilliant per performance
formance performance in the evening dives.
Connor thus became the favor favorite
ite favorite ta win tha high dive in tomor tomorrow'!
row'! tomorrow'! final because earning up ara
the free or optional divas at which
Americans ara especially adept.
Conner oiled uo a total of
80.24 points with his strone div diving
ing diving in the nieht session. Joaquin
CaDilla of Mexico was second
with 78.68 points and two other
Americans were close enough to
Bie Gary Toblan of Los Angel
es was in fourth place and Bill
Farrell of Evanston, 111., was
Breen, a burly blond, cracked
the old 1500-meter freestyle rec
ord of 17:59.5 set earlier this
year by 17-year-old Murray Rose
of Australia and thereby became
the second in history to swim
the "metric mile" under 18 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Rose se the "old" Olympic
record this afternoon in 18:04.1.
Skipper Herbert Williams, a
British-born Chlcagoan, pro
duced the yachting gold medmi
when he. won the star class
championship. John Marvin of
Marblehead, Mass., bagged a
third in the dinghy flnn class
and the U.S. entry skippered by
Ferdinand Schoettle of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia picked up three points for
a fourth In the 5.5-meter class.
Russia's incomparable gymnasts,
however, headed for a sweep simi similar
lar similar to the 1952 gamei at Helsinki.
Americana were unplaced.
Led by Larlsa Latynina. who
won three gold medals. Soviet
women placed high in all phases
of the event. Only Agnes Keletl
of Hungary, a star at Helsinki
four years ago, could crack the
Russian hold on gold medals.
She also won three.
Miss Latynina and Miss Kele Kele-ti
ti Kele-ti tied for first place in the free
stand. They split a total of 15
points for their teams but each
was given a gold medal.
Russia defeated the U.S. in war
tar polo, 3-1, and all three Ameri Americans
cans Americans entered in the individual ta ta-bre
bre ta-bre were aliminated. As the Greco Greco-Roman
Roman Greco-Roman wrestling neered its climax,
nearly all Americans ware eliminat eliminated.
ed. eliminated. The fencers were the first to
depart. Dr. Tibor Nyilas of New
York, competing in his third O O-limpics,
limpics, O-limpics, was ousted in the first
round. George Worth and Allan
Kwartler, also New Yorkers,
made it into the second round
but both finished seventh In
their respective eight-man pools.
Only four of each eight qualified
for the final.
In afternoon qualifying hents,
Rose touched off mild cheering
by the Australians with his 1500
ilympic record of 18:30.3 set by
Ford Konno of Honolulu.
But his equally famoua rival,
Breen, was even better teday, Tha
2 1 -year-eld American star, all
splash and power but very little fin finesse,
esse, finesse, pulled out all the stops in hit,
bid for a record. He won by 90
yards ahead of the second place
finisher, Sandor Zaborsky of Hun Hun-sary.
sary. Hun-sary. Lorraine Grapp, another of
Australia's whizzers, set a new
Olympic record of 5:00.2 in the
womens 400-meter ireesryje
during afternoon qualifying
heat. She topped the old record
of 5:12.1 set in 1952 by Hunga Hungary's
ry's Hungary's Valeria Gyenge, one of the
qualifiers in another heat today.
Marley Shriver of Glendaie.
Calif., won her heat in 5:07.6
and qualified for tomorrow's fi final.
nal. final. Sylvia Ruuska of Berkeley.
Calif., also made it to the final
but Susan Gray of Washington,
though second in her heat, was
too slow to qualify.
Americans dropped out of Greco Greco-Roman
Roman Greco-Roman wrestling almost as fast as
they want ta the mat.
Middleweight Jim Peckham of
Braintree, Mass., scored an un unofficial
official unofficial victory over Karl Jans Jans-sen
sen Jans-sen of Sweden but the Swede
entered a protest that later was
allowed by the Jury. Peckham
was declared the loser and eli
Santa Flies Again;
Hell Make 3 Trips
On Annual Cruise
Welterweight Jay Holt of Oak Oakland.
land. Oakland. Calif., was ousted, by Mlt Mlt-hat
hat Mlt-hat Bayrak of Turkey, bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight Ken Townley of Sioux
City, la., was eliminated by Fred
Kammerer of Germany and fly flyweight
weight flyweight John Wilson of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Pa., went out after being
pinned by Dursun Bgrtba of
Dale Thomas of East Lansing,
Mich., a light heavyweight, was
eliminated by Petko Sarakoy of
Bulgaria. Thomas waspinned in
seven minutes. 15 seconds.
In ehooting, Stefan Petrescu
of Romania won the silhouette
rapid fire pistol by equalling the
world record of 587 points of a
possible. Gerald Oullette of Can Canada
ada Canada won the small bore rifle
prone with a 600 score. Russians
were second in both events.
The best the U.S. could do was
ninth in the pistol event by John
Beaumont of Honolulu.
LISBON, Dec. 5 (UP) -Portugal
today instituted a modified gaso gasoline
line gasoline rationing system and raised
the prices of liquid fuels as a re
sult of the oil shortage.
The government banned the
sale of gasoline on Sunday and
banned auto trips to foreign coun countries
tries countries as well as sports car racing.
Prices of gasoline, kerosene, die die-sel
sel die-sel and fuel oil were increased
from 3.5 cents to as much as 17.5
cents a quart.
MARSHFIELD. Mass.. Dec. 5
(UP) New England's flying San
ta Claus will "bomb nghthoixes
and Coast Guard stations with
Let Good Times
VERSAILLES, France, Dec. 5-
T TU V.rA.n. Rnntemnc tine
Christmas bundles all the wayL.m( mp.n. antui times i heean
from Canada to Florida this year. nrison term today for
Edward Rowe Snow, the Kris
Kringle with wings, said today his
20th annual Christmas cruise ac
tually will consist of four flights
totaling 5.500 miles.
Snow finances the project him himself
self himself except for contribution of
some of the gifts. He plans to
drop a total of 228 gift' bundles
The red plane, with "Flying
Santa" in white letters on the sides
will take off from Boston's Logan
Airport Sun day for Canadian
forcing two of her daughters into
prostitution. Both gins were un underage.
derage. underage. The 52-year-old widow had
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"Let th. people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1956
2 Straight Defeats Enough For Ad lai
He Wont Run For Presidency Again
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UP) son said the party "is fortunately j In 1952, Stevenson carried nine i changed his view that the adminl
Aoiai a. Stevenson, twice de- blessed with many a ale men who states with 89 electoral votes, istration's conduct of 'foreign pol
feated for the White House by represent the humane and liberal This year, be captured only sixicy is the chief issue coHfrontlnj
President Eisenhower, said yes-Democratic traditions on which I states with 74 electoral votes, the nation.
teraay tnat "i will not run again believe our country's best luturej In his statemeht, Stevenson sent1 "During the campaign I did
for the presidency." I depends." I his "heartfelt thanks. . to all the what I could to bring home to thai
Stevenson, 56, said he intends Stevenson s statement was nvneoDle who have sent me mes-! American nennl the facts annul
to resume his private law prac-sharp contrast to his reaction to sages since the election. And Lour situation, and to warn then!
w.c vuvnfivi nun ucicm. mici uai ..- assure inera uiai 1 uutw iu tuu-i against complacency axici a iaiaa
But he said he will continue to p,lgn' ne c01'"""0 uiar tinue to express my views on pur sense of security," he said.
heln tho Democratic Dartv "wher- nead tne Democratic party and! lie questions from time to timeimade specific proposals for socla
ever I can." In this connection, r1'1"1 i'huiuj.wus
Stevenson said "The. greatest; fM fhat tlim
service the Democratic party can "VP11"- ,eiL5
now render is. a strong, rAint'I
nd constructive opposition.'
As for his successor on
no 1U1 UtiS i via v i ....
Democratic ticket in I960, Steven- m mi
lost to Mr. Elsenhower this year
by an even greater margin than
In Cuba is Quiet;
Search is Pressed
Back Ta Job
Stevenson's statement, released
through the Democratic National
Made World Tour
After his defeat in 1952, Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson took a trip around the world
to broaden his foreign policy out outlook.
look. outlook. He also worked tirelessly to
help pay off the Democratic cam campaign
paign campaign deficit.
Committee, said "I intend to re- indicate whether .hlsJnf"m.f p leading Soviet youth newspapt
sume the practice of law in CHi- give the Democrats jmy help P-!w,rae3 today that some student
caio on Jan. 1 wun my uiu iuie mouv m . rr
friends and associates,
Wintz, William McC.
and Newton N. Minow
"But mv interest in
t i i i .( n. n t n m hi
flurry of rifle fire at an army out- crauc party wmcn nas iw.ee ac- ,ne
HAVANA, Dec. 5 (UP) A
lth, "jy 15 s!ble, JTthll Z1" carrying criticism of the gov!
, W, Winard similar financial chores this time m
nntisam mat. wnue a certain amounaj
Wirlz, WiUiam Met. Biair Jr., The iremocrair, wuim Komsomolskaya Pravda
ana newion n. rainow. race sjauc ii
nd Newton N. Mmow. rame Wi0T.,r. oTe.r that the Young Commimit UH
"But my interest in the Demo- But Stevenson made clear that, aid ftat f amJ
line in c oi an anuj vuv - u-, ill
post in Guanito, about 125 miles .coraw 7 -"''""i
west of here, was the only indlca-j continue s undiminished he added I f..!A!Ja Cillt?
lion today of new trouble in I want to be of help wherever T. a. fn tf Hp ka C
iba's sporadic revolt. ana 1 "ve pieu. TZ
I bershlp on the party : advisory m
Private sources here said the committee established last week' D..I I AU Of If XM&Q
Guanito garrison repelled an a' aievenson sam in aucusaus e art., -w
tfMSSttftrtl 93rSg- 2 From Volcanic Death
that happened was that a sentry ?enence that progress at home 1 1 Will WWiv""
flf.rf n.erhv whn isnnreri. lor the Deneiit oi an win aepena
whether the oa-tserbv was hit Ahd It is more apparent every i?P)-A young i
.C'tJW nrrflri.1 day that a sustained and critical leaped into, a live volcano crater
e.rit.i where the revolt -runted scrutiny of our foreign policy is hcked in the arms iwjwj
VhT-m'f on Democratic initiative. MOTOMURA, Japan, Dec S
ldeThert0.hels;erhyv was Mt. yi "Ahd it is more apparent every (WP)A young tW tjW
foreements sent there from tt V- length and unity, .the halt ng of struggled alone OUt Of tne names
ana were shifted today to Man Man-zanlllo
zanlllo Man-zanlllo to seek the elusive "ene "enemy."
my." "enemy." Manzanillo is a seacoast town
near the point where government
warplanes attacked, a shipload of
rebels Sunday, and it appeared
Police said his sweethriart per perished
ished perished in the sulphuric cauldron Of
Communist expansion. Jnd the
peace and security of the war
threatened world." he said.
Stevenson is a native of Los Mount Mihara.
Angeles and a former WerTaor Tsuneki Nakajima, 29, told po poof
of poof Illinois. In 1952, he was drifted !c he and Yoshiko Onikata, 26,
fnr tha Dprnneratic nomination his sweetheart, decided to cOmmit
likely that some antj.goy5nmentnu iosi ne e lut'""
aoentc had been landeo. mere ue- hmw uj .... a yuc n ........
?nrJ thJ air attack 937.252 to 27,314,992. I They swaUowed a heavy dose ol
of free discussion and legitimati
criticism should be encouragedM
there have been examples of "ni
a few expressions of errors anl
misunderstandings connected wit
the Stalinist cult of personality,'!
It charged that "noisy demago
r pronouncements" have bee
made in some student meeting!
it approves "sharp, trenchant
impassioned expressions of pel
sonal opinion. But it said thea
should be kept within limits.
Weather Or Not
This waathar rape far tha
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ama Canal Company:
lore we ir iuu. - - ,i.M'.i.il. .i. nrl then i
A government source said some i ...
40 rebelf were "blasted to biU" the nomination agam and won it bfked in .Af,,,:
hv the warn anes which also S8M alter a apirneu cuutoiuw jeapeu uui uic """i,. i
their ah? "laid identification I But aeain he lost the election .to horrified eyes of tourists near thecal. ........
experts are now at work trying to
determine the identity of the slain
Mr. Eisenhower by an unofficial rim yesterday.
popular vote of 35,221,665 to 25,-
CHICAGO, Dec. 5 (UP)
tireri fixhnet maenate must Day
points on the first of the founnjs ex.3ecretary a $20,000 heart
He Soured the Wine of Her Loveless Life;
Now He Must Re-Sweeten it with Sugarpill
A re.;they expected him to appeal on, fishnet maker in the belief they
On Dec. 15 he will drop gifts at
New England points; the next day
he will cover the mid Atlantic
states; and Dec. 22 he will fly as
far south as Miami and some of
the West Indies islands.
Snow will be accompanied by
his wife, their 5-year-old daughter
Dorothy, and Louis Bruer, 27, of
New York City, a Yugoslav
What, No Toast?
TAMPA, Fla Dec. 5 (UP) -Police
reported Monday the case
of the hungry burglar. They
said the thief entered the home
of David Perry, helped himself
FIRST AMERICAN PICTURE
EVER TO BE AWARDED WITH
THE "FIRST PRIZE" AT THE
BERLIN FESTIVAL OF MOTION
to bacon, eggs and coffee and
meter freestyle heat time of 18:-left without taking anything
04.1. That cracked the 1952 O- else.
balm settlement for wooin? her in
a lover's cottage on his pig farm,
a jury ruled.
Lothar A. Ederer was found
guilty of breach of promise by a
jury yesterday in a suit brought
by Miss Ardelle Louise Johnson,
Miss Johnson, who charged Ed Ederer
erer Ederer romanced her for five years
and then married another secrer
tary, had sought $250,000. The jury
of six men and six women deliber deliberated
ated deliberated nearly four hours.
"I'm perfectly satisfied with the
settlement," Miss Johnson said. "I
never did care about the amount
of money. I'm just glad I was
The 58-year-old Ederer did not
remain in court to hear the ver verdict.
dict. verdict. His attorneys, however, said
orniinds rif a 1947 state law pro
hibiting punitive action in heart
Stanton Ehrlich, Miss Johnson's
attorney, accused Ederer of hav having
ing having "Bo courage."
"He had no decency, no man manhood,
hood, manhood, no courage," Ehrlich told
the iurv. "He didn't have the
guts to tell her face to face that
l.e didn't love her. He strung her
along, he cajoled her for five
"He robbed her of the wine of
life. He made a bitter woman,
soured at life, out of her."
During the five-day trial, the
Iowa-born Miss Johnson said she
went on trips with Ederer and
spent time in hotel and motel
rooms and at his experimental
hoe farm near Cook, Ind
She said she accompanied the
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would be married as soon as his
marriage was annulled
Minutes after they leaped, the
lovers changed their minds and
began screaming for help.
A policeman equipped with gas
mask and emergency gear was
lowered and managed to drag
Maka jima up 30 feet before he
was forced to let go.
Makajima, burned and sick sickened
ened sickened by smoke, dragged himself
up the rest of the way and was
found half-conscious by two visi visitors
tors visitors this morning.
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