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Russian Tanks Fire
On Hungarian Crowd
BUDAPEST, Dec. 6 (UP). Russian tanks and Hungarian police opened fire
today on several thousand anti-government demonstrators massed in front of Buda Budapest's
pest's Budapest's west railroad station. Dozens of demonstrators fell before the point-blank fire
It was a bloody climax to a day of mounting tension which first exploded at
2:30 p.m. on Lenin Boulevard. Anti-government marchers clashed with pro-government
forces and attempted to wrest from the Red flags of Communism they carried.
There was no immediate indication of the number of casualties in the two
Hungarian army militia supporting the biggest force of Soviet tanks and
armored cars to appear in the city since the Russian onslaught of Nov. 4 arrested
dozens of men and women.
The new bloodshed followed "Out with Kadar
slavery. .Russian troops get out
The furious antl government
marchers broke ranks and tried to
two days of demonstrations by
the women of Budapest, beaneis
Mattered in the streets had call called
ed called for mighty new demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations and another total strike
today against the regime of Soviet-backed
Premier Janos Kadar.
Anger mounted over reports trier j
50 members of worker councils T" I a f
Budapest factori. were arrested Q nStfUCt 111 10116
At the Danuma textile mcwiy
this morning, some 3000 workers
were ringed off by Hungarian
police backed un by the latest latest-model
model latest-model Russian T-54 tanks.
As the reports of these actions
mrpM throuffh Buonnest. trie
city beean to steam with anger.
By noon, knoti of tcowling men
had gathered III the streets. Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks and armored carl rush rushed
ed rushed from their barrack to key spots
round the citv.
Then, at 2:30 p.m.. som anH anH-fovernmenf
fovernmenf anH-fovernmenf demonstrators Tar Tarrying
rying Tarrying the Huntarlin red-whV-green
tricolor met head-on with
the pro-government groun car carrying
rying carrying the red flag of commu commu-n,n.
n,n. commu-n,n. The pro-government gwim.
bckd by Russian tanks and
Hungarian nolice, shouted. "We
The anti-favernment demon?
strators' replied with shouts of
On Nagy Kidnaping
BELGRADE, Pec 6 (UP) -Russia
has rejected a Yugoslav
note protesting against the kidnap
School for Capped
In connection with the pro proposal
posal proposal for the establishment of a
school for handicapped children
in the Canal Zone recently an announced,
nounced, announced, the Division of Schools
is presently seeking personnel
trained in such work.
It is desired to employ per personnel
sonnel personnel for such training locally
if possible especially In view of
me snonage or such qualified
teacners in tne united States.
Teachers are needed for such
fields of training as speech
therapy, Braille and other
training for the blind or chil children
dren children with serious eyesight de defects,
fects, defects, deaf and hard of heav heaving,
ing, heaving, mute and speech defec defectives,
tives, defectives, as well as mentally re retarded
tarded retarded and physically handi
capped children whose afflic afflictions
tions afflictions are too serious to permit
them to attend regular schools
tear the Rod flag from the hands
of the opposition group
A score of Russian tanks
promptly opened fire. aDnarent-
ly aiming over the; heads of the
crowa. But several of the anti
government demonstrators fell
wounded. They were rushed a-
wav m Hungarian police ambu
The anti-government march
ers scattered. They gathered a
gain in front of the Budapest
west railroad station. This time,
tneir numoers swelled to sever several
al several thousand.
Kara they grappled with Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian police who formed a screen in
front of a rin of Russian tanks.
Both the tanks and the nolice
started shooting. This time the
aemonsiraiors lumoied over In
dozens, with the wounded being
taken Inside shops to await the
arrival of ambulances.
Invited To Chip In
Oldtimers Lose Out
Tomorrow's 15th Anniversary Recalls that...
Isthmus Was Ready on Pearl Harbor Day
Dies In New York
News of the death of Harry
Gannon, a yeteran engineer of
the Panama Railroad who re retired
tired retired ten years ago, has been re received
ceived received by friends on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. He was 71 years old.
Mr. Gannon's death occurred
last week in Castille, N.Y., where
he has made his home for the
past few years.
When he retired from service
on the Isthmus in February
1945, he was the oldest Panama
Railroad engineer then in serv service
ice service and one of the oldest em employes
ployes employes in point of service in the
A native of Dillon, Mont., Mr.
Gannon came to the Isthmus In
May 1905, just one year after
the United states bean con-
onice u lh the 3v
Building) In Anconi Those who
are Interested in either part part-time
time part-time of full-time jobs should
It is desired to obtain a list
of those with special training
nnrl eYnerUnc In nv nf their
ping of former Hungarian Premier ruin earlv u noslhle In non-
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unre nagy musiue me luguswv nectlon with tne survey now be be-embassv
embassv be-embassv In Budapest last month, ing ma(je of the requirements
informed sources said today. Ior establishing the training
i ne suurces 5"i me ai'vicis hi- courses
wsiea urn lxagy voiunianiy
sought exile in Romania.
The Yugoslav Foreign Ministry
confirmed recent of note on the
Nagy case from both Budapest
a Moscow, out did not give de
Yugoslavia had protested to
both nations that Nagy was kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped by Russian soldiers despite
a safe conduct worked out be between
tween between Yugoslavia and the Kadar
Yugoslavia said it was arranged
that Nagy, who had taken asylum
in the embassy Nov. 4 and had
stayed there 20 days, would be
guaranteed permission to travel to
ills home in safety.
When he and a party of 44 other
Hungarians left the embassy and
got aboard a Hungarian bus, they
were seized by the Russians.
The Kadar government said
Nagy went to Romania "of his
own free will."
Yugoslavia said that while at
the embassy. Nagy expressly stat stated
ed stated that he did not want to go to
(In New Delhi yesterday, Indian;
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru saM
Nagy was being held at a health
resort in the Carpathian moun mountains
tains mountains of Romania.)
Members of the British com
munity on the Isthmus may con contribute
tribute contribute to the $5,800,000 fund
launched bv the Lord
London for Hungarian relief.
The British Air Society was first
In With 175. Contribution. m
icants for such teachiaif!,?' ptn British Embassy,
tin, "awuimea laser. WnmmrA W.M vm
Etahl New Workers
Join Canal Staff
Bight new employes joined the
Canal organization during the
last two weeks in November, ac according
cording according to Information from the
One new employe was hired In
the United States. He is Eugene
L. Hudson, of Fort Worth, Texas.
wno nas oeen employed as a
y OLIVE BROOKS
Within a weak aft.r Hitlar In Invaded
vaded Invaded Poland, Army reinforcements
for the Canal Zona began pouring
off U.S. troop transports rushed to
Infantrymen and ensrineers
showed up in that September of
mv. Hut most of the thousands
who struggled down gangplanks
under full pack were artillery to
man anti-aircraft defenses and
Air corps to fly and repair fight
There was already a peacetime
complement, of thousands of
troops based and housed on the
zone. But no barracks for an in
Iiux of newcomers.
Artillery brought trucks with
them, but the defense pattern
for the locks at Gatun, Pedro
Miguel and, Miraflores meant
mounting anti-aircraft batteries
atop jungle hills far from any
Mart and mulct dove Into Hie
brush, dragging guns behind them.
Far the last few hundred yards the
slopes wara lee steep, the rain rain-segflad
segflad rain-segflad mud tee slippery far ani animals.
mals. animals. Manpower get the gum to the
top, got the camouflage in place.
Of ficials of the Army's Pana
ma Canal Department admitted
that only a true emergency
would warrant unseasoned
troops fresh from the States to
live In tents in a malaria-infested
jungle. But this was it.
Later the men built their own
frame barracks, cut Jeep-roads
to the batteries and listening
posts, and searchlight positions.
Congress then appropriated
money for a huge defense ex expansion
pansion expansion on the Zone.
Contracts were let for the ner-
manent, all-new posts of Fort
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Commies to Bar
4000 of Them
Come Dec. 31
Employes of U. S.
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tired and are living in the Republic of" Panama will lost
their commissary privileges Dec. 31, it was learned today
from a Panama source. 1
Decision by Panama to withdraw rim limif. tl
21 T 91 SUCh annuLitnts had been receiving far
ZL ?Ll ?.$ Ta lteM J9Cen if is understood,
hough the step had been under consideration at least as
long ago as last January. r
Some 4000 or more Panamanmnc iih;.j c. .JI
izens and nationals of other countries' will be affectoaVl
The loss of commissary rights i
for retirees is not a direct result
or any article of the 1995 Treaty
between Panama and the United
But the provision of thp t.vpa
ty under which non-U.S. citizen
nowara rtra TUftWiJ PM IIIWH-
ar.f. for barrswks, warehouses
and family Quarters at Atbrool,
Clayton and Cbrozal, for canton cantonment
ment cantonment camp at what is now Pa Pa-raiso.
raiso. Pa-raiso. But all that took time to hnllr!
In the meantime men lived and
scanned the skies.
Even with ton efforts at sani
tation, cockroaches ran wild in
messhalls and homes. There was
no DDT to kill them.
Troops had no intact repellent
worthy ef the name. If a malaria
morquito bit you, quinine wai the
only atandard remedy
struction oi tne canai. tie nao were certaln tne man ln the
continuous service from then striped uniform they arrested
until his retirement. for drunk driving was a fugitive
He is survived by two sons, from a masquerade party until
Sinclair and "Frank, both of investigation showed he was a
whom reside in the United i orison fugitive rldlne a stolen
bodv reoftlrman nainw ith th.! ..ror common aorasions a sol-
Motor Transportation rilvi.lnn ""iv,Kew every aay there was
Two employes worked previ
ously with the Canal organiza
tion. They are Adolph Belden,
supervisory clerk in the Locks
Division, formerly a cost analyst
on tne plant inventory and ap appraisal
praisal appraisal staff; and Evelyn Ran Rankin,
kin, Rankin, nurse at Gorges Hospital,
who has been empioyed on two
previous occasions as a nurse
with the Health Bureau.
Other employes hired locally,
their positions and divisions fol follow:
low: follow: Mary B. Grogan and Grace
M. Pulley, nurses ln the Health
Bureau; Clifford B. Ocheltree,
towing locomotive operator In
the Locks Division; and Elnore
S. Snell, clerk stenographer in
the office of the comptroller.
He Wasn't Kiddin'
FRANKFURT, Germany. Dec.
5 (UP) Police said today they
nothlnir more effective than )o-
cune. no sulphurs, no penicillin
or other antibiotics for blood
But there was plenty of whL whL-key.
key. whL-key. beer and food. Panama and
Colon cantinas once more be became
came became the roaring hot-spots of
construction days. Canal Zone
and Panama courts were busy,
too, as the nendulum sw-ino-
from fun to fist fights.
A private soldier was an Indi
vidual at Whom a, well-renrerl
Canal Zone girl did not smile or
wave. To dance with him or give
date was on the parental
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME including the box for ice,
pure-water In milk ons wL a mosqfttto imr-avlece were
provided for a x mfi iiswimk post ln the Panama Jungle
back in lHl
carried few programs in English,
especially the type of programs
soldiers would like.
So the Army Signal Corps and
Special Services rigged up a sol soldier's
dier's soldier's station, for military com communication,
munication, communication, education and en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. It was the forerun forerunner
ner forerunner of Armed Forces Radio.
blacklist. Non-coms had it
Into the melee of hard work and
tough recreation came the lata Mai.
Can. Sandarferd Jarman and Master
Sgt Clay Poster
They had ideas for the artil
lery. First step was to launch
the "Panama Coast Artillery
News," lineal ancestor of "The
The rae had a harmless name
and it was only a mimeograph
Job put out at Quarry Heights,
but Editor Doster had a way
with a typewriter. And he found
himself a cartoonist who could
draw comedy direct to a mimeo
Other staffers included "El
Mono Hotarlo," and "El Toro
FerdiliKer." They set the tone of
fractured Spanish and English
patter that poked fun at the
brass along with everybody else.
Soldiers and civilians alike
grabbed for the weekly. Other
characters joined El Mono and
El Toro. A favorite was "Miss
Anofeles." a bosomy curvaceous
ja-uriii wiiu.it auwva ouicktcu uni.
dangers of malaria and V.D.
Panama radio stations then
Hungarian Farmer Heads Sadly Toward NY;
Wife Tearfully Goes Back To Farm, 2 Kids
SCHEUTZEN, Austria, Dec. 6 cart driver to get word to his "'ife Bribes Red Soldiers
(UP) Hungarian farmer and to .meet him at the border. The Two Hungarian soldiers walked
his wife turned their backs to driver acreed on' relm-'amiv. i'e up. The Austrian guards unslung
each other yesterday across a was carrying in his cart the body
ditch separating free Austria ani nf a Hungarian slain by Russian
Communist Hungary. soldiers.
He headed sadly for a new life, A short time' later. Austrian
in cw York. She went tearfully guards spied a woman running to to-back
back to-back to their two children on their. wan! th large Ai"trin f1"! '"'it
la' n in Hungary. marks the safest border crossing :H'"i"irifp army took easily o
The farmer, Ignoc Habetler, ao.ipo cr r her and: bribes. They promised to help
fieir guns. But Hahet'er tosed
the Hungarians a few Austrian
cigarlte lighters worth a pri
vate's monthly pay in Hungary
ann a nsrmonica. inc Austnans
said the young recruits in the
?d vai 'v wi'h his wife rushed into no-man's land.
Maria cross. But she would not
Hungarian villagers stared at
the odd scene as they rode by on
Habeteler finally shouted, "If
Marja, for almost one hour while' hefire his wife separ separ-Auslr
Auslr separ-Auslr an a-d Hungarian border ated by a ditch,
guards sond bv wpVb!' shej K- V n. He hart money
was adamant. She feared facing a from his sister, Mrs. Anna Gruber,
p- " If ' V "f ? 1 'o-'-. nH r.,-.
more than she did the Commu- of financial assistance to bring his "u don't come, I'll go to Ameri
n t : cf ca anyway. I aon't want to go
- f ? "If war breaks out it will be o Tary."
two weeks ago, leaving his wife r :nca than heve," his Reluctantly, Maria agreed to
i i! wife shouted'. jo' h'" "a- soon as f"ib'e."
room shack they ca'led home. I I hf" b-! pt fiii- She was crying as she turned
'-' drcM and cross the border. She re- ' M """" toward
harder and bribed a Hungarian I used. the village where the Reds rule.
1 saeeL ft aeem 9 mI
AN ARTILLERYMAN LONG SINCE ROTATED turns bacon
cooking on a kerosene stove under a tent flap. Monkeys some sometimes
times sometimes came to pilfer food, Including bread, which was kept
in a screened box (upper left) hung from the center-pole.
By the time Panama gave per permission
mission permission in February 1941 for the
manning ef listening posts and oth other
er other itationa throughout the Republic,
the Army had a well-trained, alert
group of "Jarman Junglemen" for
the new petitions. The men called
themselves "jungle Mudders" after
Jarman left In the fall ef .1941.
Defense construction was then
"orer the hump" as a peacetime
project. With what they had, the
junglemen were ready.
But dally reports ln the press
and Army radios made It clear
that the United States would al
most surely be drawn into world
A secondary or precautionary
alert had been ln force on the
Isthmus for several days before
Dec. 7. 1941.
. mat day 15 years ago was
clear and beautiful here, as it
was in Hawaii. It was, as every everyone
one everyone knows, a Sunday.
The Japanese attack on Pearl
Harbor came at an hour that
was about 2:30 p.m. here. Every
body had had his hangover;
many people were relaxing at A-
Fer those who didn't happen to
have on their radios. The Panama
American (then a Sunday afternoon
paper) brought first news of the at attack.
tack. attack. People in military circles here
w.ere much less surprised than
populations of other areas. Aft
er all, the Army and Navy had
been rushing defenses at top
peed for" months.
That night general switches
were bulled on the Canal Zone.
leaving posts and civilian towns
the protection of darkness.
Two speeders were fined early
mis week in Cristobal Magis
uncom Arcniooid Lee, 29. an
American serving with the Navy,
paid a $20 fine plus an addition
al $10 for failure to ?nn.ar m
court as he had promised.
Pedro Aguilar, 26, Panama
nlan, was fined $12.50.
employes of Canal and othtT u
S. agencies who Jive in the Re-
mihMji Tl l i
HUMm ui x ctiicuurt lose ineir pri privileges
vileges privileges Dec. 31 brought to the
fore the question of allowing re retired
tired retired people to retain theirs.
Extension of commissary pri privileges
vileges privileges to "old timers" was In Inaugurated
augurated Inaugurated ln the early 1930s. At
that time, it is understood, the
Panama Chamber of Commerce
tier- it toad no objection to the
In each case, the1 retiree
sought permission from Panama
to spend part of his pension on
James Arthur Carpenter, 27,
an American airman, has been
fined $100 in Balboa Masis-
trate's Court for driving an au
tomobile while intoxicated.'
Carpenter was also given a 10-
day jail sentence but this was
suspended and he was put on
probation for a year.
Fawcell To Be
Installed Dec. 14
Ellis L. Fawcett, newly-elected
president of the Paraiso Civic
Council, and other officers and
committee chairmen of the
council will be installed Friday,
Dec. 14, at the Paraiso gymna
slum with Judge John E. Dem-
ing of the Balboa Magistrate's
court making the principal ad
The Installation, open to the
public, will be handled by C. Leo
Walker, and Herman C. Bavne
will act as master of ceremon ceremonies.
ies. ceremonies. The ceremony will begin at
In addition to Fawcett, other
officers and committee heads to
be Installed In office Include:
Eric S. Oakley, vice-president
Inez D. McKenzie, secretary; Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Alexis, assistant secreta
ry; Cleveland E. Stevens, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; Kenneth L, Cyrus. Amv E.
Williams, and Wilfred A. Lowe,
all trustees: Joseph Bishop,
cnapiain: Hamilton Lav'-s,
representative to town meet' f :
and Thomas U. Sawyers, C,.ll
Atherley and Jorge-L. Long, all
representatives to the congress
of Civic Councils.
Maurice H. Heywood, program
chairman: Atherley. publicity
chairman; Mildred A. Sawvers.
welfare chairman; Alexis, health
and safety chairman; Rudomh
O. Prince, recreation chairman:
and Reuben Eversley, communi community
ty community service chairman.
To US Must Be
In By Tomorrow
Canal residents who hope to
get their Christmas pacta'e?
and cards to the United State
in plenty of time for Christinas,
must ge". their packages and let letters
ters letters to the postofflce by noon
Local postal officials sav that
there is no guarantee thai ree-
ular mail sent out after this
date will be delivered in the
United States before Christmas.
Those who are using air mail
will have another week to write
Christmas cards and do last
minute shopping. The final
date for airmail to be sent from
'the Canal Zone to the United
States is the week-end of Dec.
15. Most packages and letters
posted, then should have plenty
of time to reach almost any ad address
dress address In the United States by
duSS commissry good
rvTnHvnm0Unt of his-commissaw
thtrrf vilei5e' usuallv ab0"t one
bVpnamr81011- Was de
whlrhrhCelVed an "uthorizatioij
which he presented to the Ca2
na);he was then issued a llrnitS
ed commissary card.
. All present carri .vni.. r..
31 and Panama is not
any further authorization. U1R
Official Of Rodman
The assistant tr. ..
p Cleveland HerbTrt PowU 40
Balboa Magistrate's Court Twift
" me credit un an
l? 0nHClflcdatel Winning June
18 and ending Oct 1 i
ca?eau,Ta,nrSNefc 8t ?00 ta
Powell has been employed in
;.K?rVernment serv for 25
wars. He was assigned as a su-
vv a S?nytfUant '"rthe Na Na-fiU
fiU Na-fiU w e tlme ihe charK er
hi- He ,ls understood to have
been ernpioyed by the credit Un!
hnut fan after-h" Job for a a-oout
oout a-oout fqur years.
The Rodman union is com composed
posed composed o both U.S.-rate and
A full audit of Powell's books
is under wav. Rpnnrtani,, ui
credit union treasurer had I beei
n,. !a!5,"the States. When 8
"7"' 1 e oecame suspicions.
made3 Unln fund
Does Two Jobs,
But Not Taxing
In Any 01' Way
WASHINGTON n. a im
'ne argument wk "in-i.....
n'rA;..I!eWSbUryiPf Detr0't n
can t claim two $600 income tax
, r. wile.
In his 1954 tar rtlnrt, n....i
ill ?i fd f600 personal "emotion
nL eZ'fe 8S a sPuse "id an an-other
other an-other mi exemption for her as a
He trgued she .egally filled
. But the court said that in frant.
m? an exemption for a spouse.
It was not the intention of the
Congress to grant an arMirmnai
exemption on grounds of depend dependency.
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Starting Unarmed, They Fought the Red Army to a Standstill In .
This is to congratulate the Armed Forces Caribbean TV
network on the splendid work they are doing. Recently a
letter was written them inquiring as. to whether it would be
possible to present a certain type program on their network.
iThey were considerate and understanding, for Just such, a
program is now presented each Saturday. I for one, and many
others, would like- to give our Caribbean TV network three
cheers for their good work. Just one thing: How about a
Stateside hillbilly program?
Almost seven months have gone by since CFN Inaugurated
its television programs on May 6, ,1956. It was expected that
there would be "bugs" for a few weeks or even months until
personnel could be trained in the technical aspects of the new
It Is an understatement to say that the television fans are
disappointed in the efficiency or lack of it evidenced by
CFN-TV. For example, the quality of the picture has not im improved
proved improved one iota since the first day. Secondly, there Is seldom
a day that the station does not go off the air on the excuse
that "technical difficulties" have arisen. More often than not
there is no announcement at all, but simply the "one moment
please" flash on the screen.
If 'the Caribbean Command is going to continue to pretend
a television outlet for Its personnel in the Panama area, I sug suggest
gest suggest that it import two or three technicians qualified to do
more than flip a switch on or off when something goes wrong
with the equipment. ,ti
, T. Viewer
ATHLETIC CLUB BASKETBALLERS
I hear the powers that be are trying to cut the Athletic
Club to nothing again in basketball, as they tried to do in foot foot-I
I foot-I ball.
But now the authorities are trying to do what they like
with the Athletic Club basketball team. Basketball Is not a
m nnntart. sport. I am referring particularly to the way in which
S"'ii was OK for K. C. Zimmerman and Ray Nlcklsher, together
ith quite a few others, to go out ana piay a Denent game ior
a good cause, but the minute tney want to piay a uiue Das Das-ketball
ketball Das-ketball for a short-manned Athletic Club, they are ruled out.
Seems to me that though there are rules for the Athletic
Club, when the authorities don't like them they are changed
to help anybody but the Athletic Club. The officials who make
changes must be very ntue men.
A. C. Fan
brilliant NEW fdea
VI r Give them
reason to think you are
the most wonderful man
in the worldl Give them
both Casa Fastlich Dia Diamonds!
monds! Diamonds! We have perfect
choices for a young girl's
first diamond and a
magnificent collection of
the diamond jewelry ev every
ery every woman longs o ownf
AVENUE, PAN A AM
THE GLORIOUS, DEADLY ADVENTURE
OF HUNGARY'S FREEDOM FIGHTERS
This l-was-there story of Hungary's indomitable Freedom Fighters, told by one of them, will take the place
of our regular columns for the next few days. As he ex plains, 'Arpad Hazafi" is not the writer's own name, but
the story ha tells is his own, and that of his friends. It was supplied to us by the United States Information
Service. Ths pictures accompahying it are also Hazafi's.
By ARPAD HAZAFI
FRIDAY, OCT. 26
Ws ere awsksnsd at 4 a.m. by
tank and artillery firs ths gov
srnmsnt hat ordorod a "gonsral
attack" by Sovist forest on the
Radio Budapott tayt ths ban
on mootingt and public gather gatherings
ings gatherings It ttill in affect; cltlzsnt
will bo shot on ths spot if thsy
apptar In ths ttreett with arms.
Ths workers retaliate by rt rt-futing
futing rt-futing to go to work. A gonsral
strike it called acrett the coun country,
try, country, and the uprising sproadt
There is no automobile traffic
today because the patriots have e-
rected barricades on every street.
Some of the Freedom Fighters
have ripped up streetcar, tracks to
make tank barriers and have o-
verturned streetcars and buses to
provide other obstructions.
Many streetcars stand with shat
tered windows where their drivers
abandoned thorn to join the free
Food is getting scarce long
lines of people wait at the stores
for hours to buy potatoes, milk or
load of bread.
There is one bright spot trucks
loaded with food that farmers
have sent to the Freedom Fight Fight-crs.
crs. Fight-crs. It is being distributed free on
The citizens who get the food
pass what is needed to the pa
triot forces. One woman said to
day, "As long as we have food,
the patriots will be supplied."
The curfew is now in force from
10 a.m. to 3 D.m. but it is large
ly ignored. The Freedom Fighters
.ire out at all hours, ana people
who have been unable to get food
during the specified hours slip out
at other time.
Soma of thorn aro shot. On ths
Round Placo in Buda I taw a
Soviet tank firs without rsaton
at thrso women land four men
all unarmed. Their bodies were
ttill lying in tho ttroot whon I
In Buda the insurgents now oc occupy
cupy occupy several positions. The work workers
ers workers of the Ganz factory hold the
Szena Square and Szell Kalman
Square. By mid-afternoon today,
however, the Soviets occupied the
most important communications
points Margit bridge, the western
railroad station, Rakoczi, Kossuth
Lajos Street. ..
We understaneV-iete, is also
fighting at TatatMmya, SalgorUr SalgorUr-jan
jan SalgorUr-jan and Gvor am some reports
say the fighting ns now spreaa iu
y DIIW MARSON
Washington. After the Dem- "at Johnson's wait-for-the-Prej
ocrauc ueciaon to press tor a ident policy,
liberal legislative program .pgr- In snort, the Executive Copi Copi-ly
ly Copi-ly cnairman Paul Butler teie-mittee took every possible step
pnoned Senate leader Lynaon i to head off Johnson from taking
Johnson with the news. lover leadership of the Democrat
It was a polite way to telling
Johnson that he wasn't running
the Democratic Party.
Butler reported that the Exec
utive Committee had voted un
Backstage with the Denwrntm
animoualy to seek speedy action Two backstage moves to oust
on a "liberal and enlightened" Democratic chairman Paul But But-program.
program. But-program. This was exactly oppo- ler didn't even act Instri tho
site to the don 't-rock-the-boat: door at the Executive Commft Commft-policy
policy Commft-policy Johnson himself had fn- tee meeting, .Pittsburgh's My My-nounced.
nounced. My-nounced. f or Dave Lawrence wanted to re
"You are splitting the Demo-! place Butler with Adlai Steven Steven-cratlc
cratlc Steven-cratlc Party to pieces!" Johnson; son's campaign manager Jim
exploded over the phone. iFlnnegan. This was spiked by
It was a mistake, he warned iFinnegan himself, who refused
angrily, to come out with a Dem- ( to run for the job. . Se 'ate lead lead-ocratic
ocratic lead-ocratic program ahead of Pr63i-ier Lyndon Johnson was support support-dent
dent support-dent Eisenhower's legislative ing two candidates Kentucky's
recommendations. The tall Tex- defeated Sen. Earle Clements or
an aiso waniea to Know wno was ex- uk aide Jim Rowe. Johnson
responsible for challenging his
"Who introduced the resolu resolution?"
tion?" resolution?" he demanded.
"Paul Zlffren," replied Butler,
referring to California's nation-
sounded out Democratic bigwigs
about both men... But the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee unanimously
The Democrats Will anneal In
the "little people" for contribu-
al committeeman. Johnson mutations to pay their campavrn
tercd something about reading
Ziffren's views in the paper.
After Johajson cooled down,
Butler calmly invited him to ioin
the 17-member committee that
will "coordinate and advance"
the liberal program.
Johnspn grudgingly replied it
was all right with him, but he
would have to talk to House
Speaker Sam Rayburn first.
The Executive Committee's ac action
tion action represents a triumph for
the Northern liberals over
the Southern conservatives. Both
wings have been battling back backstage
stage backstage to determine which should
flap the Democratic Party.
As the Southerners' fair-haired
boy, Johnson Is striving to
upset no apple carts.
In the name of Democratic
debts. Adlai Stevenson will send
letters to a list of 135,000 small
contributors, asking for help In
making up the campaign defi deficit.
cit. deficit. It cost the Democratic Nation National
al National Committee 450.OOO to draw uo
the list during the Campaign.
The' first appeal for funds, how however,
ever, however, broueht in t20unoo. The
Executive Committee al&r. decid decided
ed decided to hold an annual "Dollars
for Democrats" dav...Mavor
Lawrence sueestd setting nn a
separate cornorptlon to publish
the Democratic Party's monthly
maeaaine. The Demrtcrat'c Dl Dl-erst.
erst. Dl-erst. H's sumstlnn was turned
rfown. however, on the srotrnds
that the party mi?ht lose control
over the magazine.
WHOSI OX WAS GORED
Postmaster General Summer-
unity, he had persuaded North-1 field has an interesting wav of
em Democrats not to agitate for i policing the use of Senators' free
civil rights and other liberal leg- mailln privileges. If vou are a
I TOOK THIS PICTRE.as s Soviet armored ear fired at random into
which the gunners thought might be a refuge for Freedom Fighters.
The Soviets also are wanton in, says that if more than three per
an apartment house
iiphrpcpn. Szolnok and Szeged
We hear today mat an entire
Hungarian regiment, including
tanks, has come over to our side.
Mimeographed leaflets appeared on
the streets urging people to join
the resistance "ior the liberation
of our country from the Russian
Shop windows in me cny are tnere
their destruction of property. With
out reason their tanks knock over
light and telephone poles and
street-car safety islands.
nlastprnd With slogans:
ffr, home"' and "A free election
with UN supervision."
I have been tsught the power
of humen eourago by tho youth
in our revolution. I taw boys
and girlf at young at 14 crawl-
ing up to Soviet tankt to place
batalt paving stone: in tho chain
of tho tank. Whon tho tank it
started, the itono forcet tho cat caterpillar
erpillar caterpillar tread of ths whsslt.
ymine people throughout the ci city
ty city have destroyed Soviet tanks
ih "Molotov cocktails" bottles
filled with casoline. When the Rus
sians attempt to flee the burning
tanks, they are shot from the win-,
dows of surrounding buildings.
Young boys and girls also fight
with rifles. I heard today that one!
group of youths with a DazooKa de destroyed
stroyed destroyed several Red'Army tanks.
The women participate too.
Some shoulder arms, other carry
flags and care for the patriot
The Soviet atrocities continue. I
At Mag.varovar. near the Aus
trian frontier, according to a Free Freedom
dom Freedom Radio broadcast, Hungarian
youths were shot down by Soviet
troops when they tried to remove
the Red Star from barracks build buildings.
ings. buildings. There is not only little room left
for the wounded m Budapest
is not much space for the
caw Red Army tames nre at ,piace thev had left a
dom at houses suspected of nar- wreatn ot flowers.
bonne Freedom neniers.
I alto taw Soviet iroopt and
Hunqarian tecrst police firing at
Re dCrosworVers and at truckt
with rod crott on them which
the patriot! Artre ut,ing to taks
the wbunrftdt o hosoitalt. Mott
hotpitart hBudapest aro now
filled, an! many wounded mutt
bs taken to vilVgei surrounding
After the fighting became in intense',
tense', intense', we were unable to take our
dead to cemeteries on the edge of
Budapest, and parks are being us used
ed used as burial grounds for many fal
len Freedom Fighters.
Today the first issues of a hew
freedom newspaper --. Igaxsag
(Truth) were printed. The co copies
pies copies are eagerly read by everyone
the first news in more than a
decade unslanted by Communist
At tho fallen Stalin statu, the
workert and youth have tuceed-
od in beheadinq the fallen dicta dictator.
tor. dictator. Demonstrator aro smash smashing
ing smashing ths hatsd statue to piecot,
and a Hungarian flag flies rak-
ithly from one svs.
Tonight, near the Astoria Hotel,
I saw the spot where a young
woman doctot who was giving
first aid to a wounded nai'tisan.
had been shot by a Soviet ; tank ry committee.
gunner. Her body was car-led a-
way by the insurgents, ano in us
spns are seen together, they will
be shot without questioning."
Food is scarce, and the general
There are rumors that Soviet
tanks are coming from Czechoslo Czechoslovakia
vakia Czechoslovakia to help put down our revo revolution.
lution. revolution. We still do not know what to be believe
lieve believe from Nagy, our new Premier,
Today the Communist radio said
that two non-Communists had been
broueht into his government Zo!-! da v with rrnwru r.f t.bJrii
urn limy at Minister oi aiaie ana, snlppersmore than at an time
Kn a Kmisni ac Minis nr rvf A 'in. i . "'
special significance. After the 15th
century victory at Nandorfehervar
over the Turks, the Pope directed
that because this was a triumph
for Christianity the bells should
ring at noon every day.
Today the people bared their
heads and stood m the streets lis listening
tening listening reverently.
SUNDAY, OCT. 28
All the churches were filled to-
For four years he had areued
this would antagonize the South.
He had also been the chief ar
chitect of a don't-crltlcize-the-
President policy, on the theory
Ike was too popular to tangle
Johnson's policies, however.
didn't win any votes In the
South. In fact, he lost his own
state of Texas to Eisenhower.
As a result, libera Senators
felt they had been led down the
garden path by the soft-soaping
They have now come out for a
militant, 16-point program in
Outright. defiance of Johnsons
leadership. The Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee clearly sided with the lib liberals
erals liberals against Johnson.
The Committer's action ah
up against only token opposition
during the closed-door session
The resolution, caHln? for
benator running against his
friends, he'll crack down on you.
If you win. however, he drops
To illustrate: The Postmaster
General started out to collect
$7600 from Sen. Alexander Wiley
of Wisconsin for usine his free
mailing frank for political pur purposes
poses purposes prior to -his primary re reelection
election reelection campaign.
At that time. Wiley was being
onposed. bv Summefrield's Old
Guard friends In Wisconsin,
headed by Tom Coleman. So the
Postmaster General started
crackins down nn Wiley.
. Came September arid Wiley
won. He beat Tom Coleman's
candidate in the GdP primary.
Siimmerfield then eWineH hl
Wfforfs to collect th4 $7600, and
pifiwor Wilev hiithely continued
mai'n's-out polit'cal propaganda
at the tarnayers' exo&ise.
This ttmp. however, he was
mafn" p"ip.st, Democrat, not
Bela. Kovacj as Minister of Agri
culture. Both are from the long long-outlawed
outlawed long-outlawed Smallholders Party.
We know, however, through a
i Freedom Radio broadcast from
Pecs, that Kovacs is not in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest but in Pecs with the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary government there.
Therefore ws do not know what
to boliove about another an announcement
nouncement announcement attributed to Nagy
that the hated Russian treont
will bo out of tho country by
New Year's Day. It addt that a
"patriotic" now government will
be formed. Meanwhile a dele delegation
gation delegation of wbrksrt hat presented
21 demands to the. Premier.
Outside Budapest, we learn that houses f 0
Vac, Hatvan and Szolnok have
proclaimed themselves "free
in. aimost a decade. Even ihe
dlo broadcast a mass today
We believe that we may be win winning
ning winning our revolution for freedom.
Premier Nagy ordered cease ceasefire,
fire, ceasefire, and the fightjgg decreased to today.
day. today. :
He alto said that ths hated se secret
cret secret police will be disbanded. Ho
promised again that Soviet
troops will withdraw from all
Budapest, nd Radio Budapott
tayt Red Army tankt are leav leaving
ing leaving tho city, but no one hot
toon any depart.
The regime sent armed units out
into the streets last night to search
Some Soviet tanks today- attack-
towns." Sopron is reported in the ed the Kilian barracks, where
some 3,000 Freedom Fighters are
holding out. The Soviets also dos dosed
ed dosed the'bridees across the Danube
to all traffic and stationed tanks
and armored cars at the entranc-
hands of insurgents and Hegyesha
lorn is controlled by a revolutlona
speedy action on a llherW dk- i against a TomColemn Reoiibli-
ki urn, was iiuraaucea oy auiren can. summerneld didn't care
mu imtsca bv iwu niK-ciiy lead leaders
ers leaders Mayor Dave Lawrence of
Pittsburgh and Col. Jake Arvey
Louisiana national committee committeeman
man committeeman Camille Gravel Jr., speak speak-ine
ine speak-ine for the South, protested that
Ziffren's resolution would do
vhat the Democratic Convention
had refused to do.
He referred to the, fact that
the Convention had turned down
a minority proposal, calling for
"implementation" of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic platform civil rights
Gravel acknowledged, however,
that Ziffren's resolution was
both "legal and logical." In the
end, he voted reluctantly for It.
The Executive Committee also
decided to meet with the 17 17-member
member 17-member Advisory Committee
Jan. 4 to lay down a legislative!
This means the Democrats will
come out with their program be-1
fore Ike's State of The Union
recommendations another slap ;v
We have them in all
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to 40' extensions for
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There is a report that a Magya
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Every house in Budapest flies .soldiers massacred 85 peasant Even those persons trvipg to get
.the Hungarian flag for freedom demonstrators, including women from one part of the city to the
and a black fla for those who and children. The Soviets also are other to find missing relatives or
gave their lives tor ireeoom. ine reported snooung aown enure iam- friends are not permitted to cross.
city mourns for the fallen
SATURDAY, OCT. 27
There is still heavy fighting in
the city today. Radio Budapest
Uies In a number of farms and vil
Today we heard church hells
ring at noon for the first time
since the Communists took control
of our country
Soviet tanks also still
Parliament House and
(Arzpad Hazafi's diary of a
Freedom Fighter will continue
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day. today. The Chisholms have three chil children,
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NORTH (D) II
V 10 7 6 4 3 2 V9
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North East South Wait
1 Pass IV Pass
14 Pass 1N.T. Pass
3N.T. Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead A 3
Developing the right suit was
not, enough in today's hand. It
was necessary to begin the attack
with the precise card.
West made the fjne opening
lead of the five of s p a d e s, and
declarer put up dummy's ace at
once. He cashed the ace of hearts
to get it out of the way, and then
very properly switched to dia diamonds.
South made the mistake of lead leading
ing leading tihe four of diamonds from
Mrs. Arnold iRice,- who took them I the dummy. East played low, and
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Brown, Llona Joan sears, j a k e
Favenlgan and Sarita Morales.
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South s bine forced out the queen.
West switched to a low club,
and dummy won with the ace.
Declarer now led the jack of
diamonds from dummy and East
put up the king. South won with
the ace of diamonds and could
cash his three top hearts.
When the hearts tailed to
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When beginning the diamonds,
declarer should have led the
eight of diamonds from the dum
my. This would have driven out
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taining pertaining to improvement of property identifica tion signs. (U.S. Army Photo)
Director Confident Of Getting
First Earth Satellite Up Soon
o Open till 9 p.m.
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o We accept your Christmas
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Members of "Cuentas Co-merciales".
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UP)-A
progress report on the earth satel satellite
lite satellite project:
One of these days at the Air
the queen. South would win the
club return m dummy with the
ace and could then lead the jack
of diamonds. If .East covered with
the king, South would make all
three remaining diamonds in his
own hand. If East refused to
cover the jack of diamonds, dum dummy
my dummy could win the t r i c k, and
South could win the next dia diamond
mond diamond finesse to make sure of
The Balboa Emblem Club is
planning a Christmas party for
rwn J r ,n f 1 1- : . 1
i nursaay uee. a iimuwms me
business meeting Which will start
at 6:30 p.m.
Members are asked to call Mrs.
Betty Rathgaber at Balboa 1578.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Takes Child Away
From Foster Parents
YOKOHAMA, Dec. 6 (UP) A
Japanese judge ruled today that a
7-year-old Swedish-American girl
must be taken from her Japanese
foster parents and turned over to
the Swedish government.
The decision climaxed a nine nine-month
month nine-month court fight over little Mari Marianne
anne Marianne Wilson. Mr.- and Mrs. Ma Ma-sakatsu
sakatsu Ma-sakatsu Yamaeuchi reared her as
their own child after he unmar unmarried
ried unmarried Swedish mother died of tu tuberculosis
berculosis tuberculosis shortly after the girl
The foster parents said they will
Former Swedish Minister to Ja
pan Baron K. G. J-agerfelt started
suit for custody of the child, con contending
tending contending that under. Swedish law
she is a Swedish citizen.
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Force missile test center on Flor
ida's Cape Canaveral, a powerful
rocket will take off. into the thin
air miles above the open sea.
It will be the first tii"it test of
the first stage of the three-stage
rocKet venicie wnicn, some ume
In the next two years, will hurl
the first artificial moon around
the earth at 18,000 miles an hour.
The satellite itself will be a 20-
inch magnesium sphere crammed
16 months sintie the White House! wtwiHratuoio v 'i
The United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow fo rits first semi-month-
iy meeting &i the Bible Truth
Church of God, Chorrillo, at
- Matter to be discussed are:
First count of votes for a king
and queen contest; Receiving of
mm and reinstated members
and Paying of conifibutions.
Members of the Christmas
mritt savings Club Fund are
beipg urged io complete their
clubs not later than Dec. 15,
V 4 LUiNU
announced the decision to attempt
a small conquest at the edge of
space. The gqal:
To put at least one satellite
more if possible into the sky dur
ing the international Ueoimysical
Year. IGY is a many-nation sci scientific
entific scientific project to amass hew in
formation aboutthe earth. 'It will
last 18 months from next July
1 to Dec. 31, 1358.
The satellite undertaking calls
for rocketry perfection never be
fore achieved. How is it going?
Dr. John' P. Hagcn of the Naval
Research Laboratory, director of
the project, concedes that some
hitches developed as the tesHa
stage aoproached. But they were
the kind that can WwKB, oat.
"Wcare still cortfident," hf said,
"that we will g'et the first one up
in' the time allotted us."
All of the armed: services and
many private concerns are work working
ing working on the project. In all) six sat satellite
ellite satellite vehicles will be fired more
if the first attempts are success successful
ful successful and Congress puts up the mon money
ey money for launching additional moons.
Everybody hopes all six satel
lites will get into their planned or
bits, but nobody would be sur
prised: if some of the attempts
failed. Exhaustive tests of various
components will precede the real
The Florida launching site has
been all but completed and
staffed. One of 10 stations to track
the satellite by radio has already
been established at Blossom
How long the first satellite will
continue to circle the earth de depends
pends depends on its orbit. The scientists
would hke to have it move in per perfect
fect perfect circles around the planet at
a height of about 300 miles.
Hagen calculates that at 300
miles the satellite would "live"
for almost a year. At 200 miles it
would have a lifetime of about 15
davs. If it orbited at only 100
miles, friction would bring it down
in less than one hour.
The naval laboratory here has
Withdrawals has been advanc
ed to Tuesday, Dec. 18, a'i 10:15
a.m. Payments will be at the
This Year To Have
Record Baby Crap
WASHINGTON. Dec. fi (TIP)
The U. S. Public Health Service
said today a record 4.2O2jW0 Ba Babies
bies Babies are expected to be bord 'in
tne unites states this year.
it saia figures tor the first nine
months of this year indicate the
baby boom is ninmni
tnree per cent higher thart in 19J
made test models -of,;.jHp 21.5
pound satellite. Some of them
lave even been packed with the
tiny, tough instruments, radio
transmitters, "memory" devices,
ray counters, and the like which
will go into the real magnesium
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SodJ and Otk
Party Will Be Held
The Canal Zone Pilot's AssoVla.
turn will bold their annual party at
ti. uwick umcers ciub from
Music will be by Lucho Azcarraia.
Music will be Lucho Azcarraea.
and special train service will be a-
vaUa&ie for Balboa pilots.
Col. Herman Wiley
At Capping Ceremony
Col. Norman H. Wiley, sunerin
tend en t of Goreas Hospital will
at the capping ceremony for
uray Lay class, which will
The ceremony will be held at 8
n.m. in the Canal Zone Red Cross
Chapter House on Gaillard High
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
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2 Turncoats Leave
For Xmas In U. J.;
They Want So Farm
TOKYO, Dec. 6 (UP) Home Homesick
sick Homesick turncoats Arlie Pate and Aar Aaron
on Aaron Wilson, disillusioned with, life
in Red China, left here for the
United States tonight, saying they
were more interested in farming
Pate, 25, of Carbondale, 111., was
captured during the Korean fight fighting
ing fighting in late 1950. He and Wilson,
23, of Urania, La., were among
21 American war prisoners who
rejected repatriation in the fall of
They changed their minds and
left China Sunday, following four
others who came home last year.
Both told reporters here they want
to get back to their farm homes
in time for their first American
Christmas in sue years.
Communism, said Pate, "is for
the people that want it. I don't
Wilson said he wasn't interested
in communism, "just in farming.
But Wilson said he believed the
14 Americans still in China would
"They must be satisfied or they
would be where i am," he said.
Jap Solons Clear
Way For Resumed
The Jew, Jerusalem, and fe- T.. UIlL D
w will be the topic for to- ICS TT mi IXUbSIU
nignt's prophetic lecture at the
First Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights by Gavin Hamilton,
world traveller and author. The
present series of lectures will be
continued nightly, at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. William H. Beebv. nastor
of the church, announced that
Everrett Oraffam of Buffalo (N.
T.) Bible Institute, will a-lve an
opening address on "What God
Did For Me!" The public is invited.
La Boca MB&FA
Members To Be
TOKYO, Dec. 6 (UP) The Jap
anese parliament today cleared elation will be "processed"
the way to formal resumption of
diplomatic relations with Russia.
The upper House of Councillors
voted 224 to 3 on four bills ratify ratifying
ing ratifying a Russo-Japanese peace agree agreement
ment agreement which had been approved
unanimously by the lower house.
Members of the La Boca Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Benefit and Friendly Asso-
Dec. 13 for the association's fi final
nal final meeting of the year on Dec.
The processing will be con conducted
ducted conducted at the Sojourners Hall
In Panama City, All members
are expected to bring their con contribution
tribution contribution cards.
. .the finest gifts arel
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Backfires on Jock
Who Quit Riding
TAMPA (UP) A onetime jock
ey will be sentenced here Saturday
for attempted grand larceny ma
horse race betting icheme.
Robert William Keane, 30, of
Toronto pleaded guilty in crimin
al court yesterday to charges
growing out of his "inside tip" po
lice .sara ne gave a pnysician in
Detectives said Keane stopped In
Findlay en route to Florida for
treatment of a skin ailment. He
offered to tip Dr. Charles Fess on
any "sure bets."
The 'doctor said he later re
ceived a telephone call from Tarn
pa from a man who said he had
placed a $500 bet "on credit" and
the horse had paid 20 to one.
Police said the doctor was told
to wire $500 to a Tampa man in
order to get $10,000. The doctor
alerted police and officers moved
in when the money order was
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Social and Olherwtd
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Doctors' Wivt' Club
The Doctor s Wives Club held
their first meeting under the lead leadership
ership leadership of Mrs. Frank Smith,
Wednesday at a 12:30 luncheon giv
en at the Army Nvy Club. Host
esses for the lunr'ieon were mrs.
E. R. Osterber of Balboa and Mrs.
I. R. Berger, also of Balboa.
The Christmas charities were
discussed. Toys are beins purchas purchased
ed purchased for the playroom and the sick
children of Gorgas. The Chest pa patients
tients patients are being remembered as
.other hospital patients with beau beautiful
tiful beautiful decorated Christmas trees.
Those women attending the
luncheon were: Mrs. W. M. An An-Elin.
Elin. An-Elin. Mrs. Eldon Pence. Mrs.
Frank Urban, Mrs. Frederick
Wells, Mrs. Karl Woodman. Mrs.
irank Weir, Mrs. J. B. Nichols,
fMrs. Jean Altman, Mrs. Harry
IRomero, Mrs. Fred TenEyck, Mrs.
Ifcharles Morris. Mrs. I. R. Berber,
.IMrs. Wm. Brown, Mrs. J. R. Hunt,
fMr. E. R. Osterberg, Mrs. W. G.
fWMe, Mrs. R. L Arias, Mrs G.
r rnsffrove Mr. W. O. Doueher-
;ty, Mrs V. R. Hifachmann, Mrs.
If. Z. Hewitt, Mrs. ft: L. riugnes
Jr., Mrs. J. M. Kohl, Mrs. R. H
Rupp, Mrs F. P. Jsmttn, Mrs 1. J.
Strumpf, Mrs. B. T. Willett, Mrs
;R. V. Voung, Mrs. C. G. Lianes.
!Mrs. R. A. Arosemena, Mrs. w. n.
Bell. Mrs G. E. Cedeno, Mrs. R
L. Esquivel, Mrs. W. H. Maloney,
Mrs. J. Martinez, Mrs. L. D. Mc Mc-Glynn,
Glynn, Mc-Glynn, Mrs. E. W. Michelsen, Mrs,
iK E. Turner, Mrs. J. E Woods,
Mrs B: P. Kletitnan, Mrs. Walter
Hanley Mrs. F. BertoU. Guests
!were: Mrs. Osterberg, Mrs. Ellis,
Mrs. Sartam and Mrs. Momanan.
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Adults Dec. 24
sNn run a Ms Merit of rassio-
.L Juvenile Lodire No. 2888. of
the Loyal Order of Ancient
Shepherds, will entertain meir,
parents and members of the a a-duft
duft a-duft lodge with a program at the
Court Brock Lodge hall, com
mencing at 8 p.m.
ThU function will be a get-to
gether among the members of
the organization u www
friends, replacing the customary
Watch-Night service, conducted
by the adult lodge.
The program will Include
songs and recitations by the ju-,m.-iir
mpmhprs. sincine of
Pi,.ictmot arnls and rerresn-
ment. invitations are extended
to all parents and guardians oi
ithe juveniles, their friends and
all members of the adult lodge.
Members of the adult lodge
will hold a special meeting on
Monday next to nominate and
elect officers for the January to
December 1957 termh.
bed notice tar inclusion in this
tolurnn should bt submitted in
ty 9t -written tors nd mailed to on
of the oo numbers listtd dairy
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hind to the oHice Notices ol
meetings cannot be accepted by
The Pan-American F es t v a 1
Chorus will meet tnis evening at
in thp auditorium of the USO-
JVvB, La Boca Rri., tia'boa. Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Music win be rehearsed in
preparation for the carol singing to
take Dlace for the patients at Gor
gas hospital next week. Participa
tion in the group is open to an
residents of the Canal Zone, the
Renublic of Panama and members
of the Armed Forces and their a-
For Evening Guild
Of St. Luke
Thp Evemne Guild of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke, Ancon, announces
that the December meeting has,
been cancelled. The, next meetings
will be held on Jan. 8 at the home
of Mrs. Elvira Byrne, House 356,
VDt. 14. Mamei St.. Ancon. The
ipeaker will be the Rev. John
Jnniir of St Simon's Church. Gam-
hna uhnsp tnnie will be The StanH
of the Episcopal Church in rela
tion to the Ecumenical m o v e-ment.
TURKISH DELIGHT Now a "do-it-yourself steam cabinet
is available for Turkish bath addicts. The portable bath con consists
sists consists of a slotted plastic sheet with rubber suction cups that
fasten to the sides of an ordinary bath tub. The inventor,
British physiotherapist Jack Faint, claims his "Turkobath" is
ideal for slimming and has a high therapeutic value. The;
pretty model getting all steamed up in a London, England,!
demonstration is Susan Flynn.
Society Of American
The December meeting of the
Pnist Snoletv of A-
mpriran Military Engineers, will
be held in the won uuesi nrise,
Ancon, on Monday evening, Dec.
A social hour will begin at 8
n.m. to mwen dv o'lnf-. rn'o
dinner, Captain J. K. Batchellor,
will talk on "Tne Kcne ot i"e wt;
11 Engineer in the U. S. Navy."
Sport shirts may be worn.
tinne miv be secured
from Chief Warrant Officer G. S.
Hanlen, pnone bo-mm or uum
i c M Rrnwder. Jr.. Corps of
Engineers, Reserve, Balboa 2323.
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orate commemorate the seventh annual Astronautical Congress which met
this year in Rome. More than 400 space travel-minded scien scientists
tists scientists and delegates from 22 nations attended the congress.
CARDS OF THAWS
Through this medium we wish to thank our many
'friends for their sincere sympathy, floral tokens, cards
and messages received on the occasion caused by the
Mrs. IRENE BRYAN i
Panama, December 4, 1956.
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7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church in The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
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1:30 Sons Of The Pioneeri
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
5:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
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FAREWELL VIA MERCY MISSION-Flowa by the Ohio
Air National Guard from Lorain, Ohio, to the bedside of a
father they ha vent seen in seven years, Frank Boyett's chil children
dren children are reunited with him in the closing hours of his tile at
Ft. Roots Veterans Hospital in Little Rock, Ark. ToW he waa
in the final stage of cancer, Boyett, 37, said be could die happy
if he could see his children just once more. The youngsters,
who live with their mother in Lorain, are, from left: Prank
Jr., 10; Jimmy, 14; Mary Jane, It The trip was arranged
through the hospital's social service department and the
A Special Stockholders' Meeting of COMPA COMPA-tfIA
tfIA COMPA-tfIA LICORERA DE PANAMA, S. A., con con-voked
voked con-voked at 2:00 p.m., on December 19th,
1956, at the main offices of the Company in
Avenida Bolivar, Panama, for the following
(a) To authorize the Board of Directors to
dispose o! real estate owned by the
v (b) To adopt new charier and new by-lawi.
December 4, 1956.
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SENATOR ARRIVES Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R-Me.-grins
widely on her arrival at 'Albrook AFB, where she
was greeted by Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon, CAlrC com com-'
' com-' mander (left-. A member of the Senate committee on armed,
ervices, appropriations and government operation, Mrs. Smith
arrived with Brig. Gen. Felix L. Vidal (center), special assist assistant
ant assistant for .reserve affairs of the Continental Air Command and
two other officers on a two-day inspection tour.
Wis.., she explained "He's just getting
over a bad cole."
Doomed Lad Loves Pig's, Got 'Em; Ike to Air-Imped
Christmas Was EarlyFor Dying Boy Sae Areaj
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis,
Dec. 6 (UP) Christmas came
early tonight for a 6-year-old boy
dying of cancer. He got just what
he wanted five live baby pigs.
The boy, Dale Nadwocki, weighs
only 30 pounds and may not live
the 20 days until Christmas. So
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Nadwocki, set up their Christmas
Plays With Pigs
It wouldn't have been a happy
Christmas, however, without at
least one baby pig. That was all
Dale had wanted. -But instead of
one, he got five from persons who
had read of the wasted little boy's
Four of the little porkers, one of
them pedigreed, were quartered
in the Nadwocki home today. The
fifth was waiting to be picked up
at the railway station.
Evry now and then during
Dale's "Christmas," his mother
let him hold and fondle the pigs.
"He loves them so," she said.
"He's trying to decide what to
"Dale is ver- sick," Mrs. Nad Nadwocki
wocki Nadwocki added. Then, overlooking
the disease which is killing him,
Dale has always loved ani animalspigs
malspigs animalspigs especially. He has a
cat named "Happy Sunday" and
his two sisters and brother have
t70 dogs. Dale himself treasures
a collection of toy pigs two of
piastic and one made of sDonee.
Until last April, Dale seemed to
oe a healthy bo v. Then he was
taken to a Milwaukee hospital for
examination of an abdominal
swelling. It was diagnosed as a
malignant tumor too far ad
vanced for surgery.
X-ray treatment kept Dale alive
mrougn tne summer and fall. But
The began to weaken rapidly sev
eral weeKs ago ami couldn't get
out o: Dea. Doctors told the pa parents
rents parents they couldn't guarantee
uaie would live until Christmas.
It turned out to be a genuinely
merry Christmas today. A torrent
ot cards flooded in for the little
boy, some with moi.ey and others
with prayers. At least 15 strang strangers
ers strangers sent gifts, including an anony anonymous
mous anonymous Baraboo, Wis., woman who
gave Dale 50 toy pigs which she
'iad been collecting "for years and
AUGUSTA, Ga., D. ( (UP)
The White House said to today
day today that president Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower will make an aerial drought
inspection trip In stricken
areas of the midwest and
southwest shortly before his
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Press Secretary James C. Hag Hag-erty
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER t, 1M
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iTruman, Stevenson Named By Butler
To 20-Member Demo Advisory Group
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AWARDS -- Lt. Ennls A. Vurich, right, assistant Supply Divi Division
sion Division officer, presented Leborn Wilmot, second from right, with
a check for $10 and a suggestion award certificate for his sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that a book stand be placed in the Ordnance recelv--ing
branch classification area to facilitate the classifiers' task.
JRalph Foster, third from right, also received a check for $10
and a suggestion award certificate for his time saving sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of marking credit vouchers to indicate status of equip equipment
ment equipment Looking on axe Hobart McConnell, left, chief of the
-stock control branch, and Joseph Burns, chief of the storage
, branch. (U.S. Army Photo)
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gratulated congratulated by Lt. Col. Charles A. Rowan. USARCARIB Adjutant
general, after being presented with a commendation ribbon
with metal pendant for meritorious service. Olinger is a mem member
ber member of Service Company, 20th Infantry Regiment, Fort Kobbe.
(U.S. Army Photo)
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CASA SPORT, S. A.
WASHINGTON, Dec. (UP)
Adial E. Stevenson and former
President Truman were named to today
day today to a 20-member advisory com committee
mittee committee to help guide the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party for the next four
Also named to the group were
five Democratic governors and
mayors, top Democratic leaders
ui the House and Senate and tnree
other members of the party "at
larpe." Stevenson and Mr. Tru Truman
man Truman fell in this latter 'category.
Chairman Paul M. Butler made
the appointments in line with a
resolution adopted last month by
the national committee's execu
It Instructed the advisory group
to draft a "plan of action" for the
party, which will control the new
Stevenson, defeated by Presi
dent Eisenhower in 1952 and 1856.
took himself out of the I960 race
yesterday. But he said he will
serve on the new committee In
line with his pledge to help the
party "wherever I can."
Other "at large members
were Sen. Estes Kefauver (Tenn),
Stevenson's 1956 running mate;
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of
the late President; and former
Gov. John S. Battle of Virginia.
The congressional representa
Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas; Sen.
Michael J. Mansfield (Mont).
probable new Democratic whip;
Carl Albert (Okia); Chairman
Michael J. Kirwan (Ohio) of the
Congressional Campaign Commit
tee and Rep. Edith Green (Ore).
The governors and mayors in include
clude include Gov. Averell Harnman of
New York, Gov. G. Mermen Wil Williams
liams Williams of Michigan, Gov. Luther
B. Hodges ot North Carolina,
Gov. Ernest W. McFarland of
Arizona, and Mayor Raymond T.
Tucker of St. Louis, Mo.
Butler, said in a statement that
he chose the members "on the
basis of their familiarity with the
many great problems that will
come before this committee rath rather
er rather than on the basis of their rep representation
resentation representation of any particular in interest,
terest, interest, group, or program."
The South appeared to have
about the same numerical rep
reservation as it does in Con Congress.
gress. Congress. But the southerners will
not be able to wield the same in influence
fluence influence in the committee as they
do in Congress because the senior
ity rule will not apply.
The Democratic executive com committee
mittee committee voted to set up the advis advisory
ory advisory group despite the fact that
Rayburn and Johnson had said
the Deraocratis should not ad advance
vance advance a legislative program until
after Mr. Eisenhower submits his
The advisory group probably
will have a major hand in map map-pin?
pin? map-pin? what Stevenson, called
"strong, searching and construe-
iive opposition" to administration
There was s question whether
the committee will go along with
the 'moderate" policies of" Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn and Johnson or side with
the Democratic left wing which
has been critical of these policies.
291 LATINS GRADUATE AT ALBROOK;
7 PANAMANIANS INCLUDED IN CLASS
COMMISSION Sgt. Frank Ortiz, 7440th AU, Ft. Amador, Is
congratulated on his appointment as a second lieutenant,
Adjutant General Corps, U.S. Army Reserve from Lt. Col.
Charles A. Rowan, USARCARIB Adjutant General at a cere ceremony
mony ceremony held recently in Fort Amador. (U.S. Army Photo)
PIGEONS DON'T DIE, THEY FLUTTER AWAY
AS ARMY ANNOUNCES MOTHBALLS FOR BIRD
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6 (UP) -rhe
Army homing pigeon is about
to join the military mule and
horse in retirement. Its faithful
wings are no match for the
The Army, with more than a.
trace of nostalgia, announced to
day that its pigeon-training ac
tivity at Fort Monmouth, N.J.
will be halted soon.
Retired from active duty will
he some 1,000 pigeons including
such heroic birds as G.I. Joe who
h credited with saving the lives
of hundreds of troops at Colvi
Vecchia, Italy, in World War II.
The army said progress In elec:
tronic communications has "vir "virtually
tually "virtually ended any peacetime need"
But it did not rule out the pos possibility
sibility possibility that they may be recalled
to duty in another war. It said
it has asked the pigeon fanciers'
association "to he rpariv for nnv
I he disbanding of the pigeon
corps closes another chapter in
theday when man and animal
fought side-by-side. The Army an announced
nounced announced last weekend it was de
activating its last tactical mule
Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas; Sen.
Michael J. Mansfield (Mont),
prohale new Democratic whip;
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ar.d horse unit in favor of heli helicopters.
copters. helicopters. The Army now will be left with
only a small animal force, con consisting
sisting consisting of a few hundred sentry
dogs, a quartermaster mule sup supply
ply supply unit and a few horses for
The Army began experimenting
with pigeons as messengers as far
back as 1878. They were used as
recently as the Korean War t
deliver military messages which
could not be carried by radio or
But one of the pigeon corps
finest moments came in World
War I when the famed Cher Ami
braved withering enemy fire to
save, the survivors of the Lost
Battalion in France.
Cher Ami suffered a shattered
leg and an injured wing. But the
pigeon flew 25 miles in 30 minutes
to deliver a message telling the
location of the battalion. Cher
Ami's body was mounted and now
is displayed m the National Mu Museum
seum Museum here.
In World War IT, G.I. Jfee
carried a message 20 mflcs order ordering
ing ordering cancellation of a .scheduled
bombing. The message saved a
British .brigade which had entered
the city ahead of schedule.
Victor Boa Takes
Versatile Trio -To
The versatile bandleader Victor
Boa will put the piano aside and
take to the electric organ Sat Saturday
urday Saturday nighi for his debut at the
Fort Clayton NCO Club.
Playing with him in tne new
victor Boa Trio will be saxo-
nhnn st.vlist, Pollv Drakes and
bassist George Dean. Drakes is
a member of the Panama Re
publican Band, and Dean is one
of the outstanding members of
'the rhythm section of the Na National
tional National Symphonic Orchestra.
Boa's trio will play lor ine
regular Saturday night dance
which has become a favorite
with the members and euests cf
the Clayton NCO Club. The
dance will last from 8 p.m. to
Under the leadership of G.S
M. Bushell and S.M. Francis,
Troop No. 11, La Boca, I.B S.C.Z.
will take part in a joint train training
ing training of officers and scouts some somewhere
where somewhere on the west side of the
ferry during the coming weekend.
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After completing; five months
of intensive training, 201 Latin
American students representing
16 countries graduated today
from the USAF School for Latin
America at Albrook Air Force
Base, Canal Zone.
The graduates, comprising the
20th class to complete this
training, received their diplomas
from Maj. Gen. Truman H. Lan-
don, commander of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air command and were
congratulated by diplomatic rep
resentatives from their respec respective
tive respective country.
The ceremony took place in
the Albrook Base Theater where
crowd of military and diplo-
Rep. Sam Coon (R-Ore.)
Ren. Tom Steed (D-Okla.)
among the 61 passengers sched scheduled
uled scheduled to gall from New York to today
day today aboard the Panama liner
Panama for Cristobal. Both are
accompanied- hy their wives.
Also among -the passengers are
John R. Blandford, counsel for
the House Armed Services Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, and Mrs. Blandford.
Thirty-two passengers are
booked on the Panama for Port-au-Prince,
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Mrs. Minerva Abeles; Mrs.
Dorothy ADDlebaum: Jorge A-
rias; Theodore Bablch; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Baldwin; Mr. and
Mrs. John Biggardl; Mr. find
Mrs. John Blandford; Capt. and
Mrs. A. M. Butcher; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Vernon coblentz; Miss
Marearet E. Conlon: Ren. and
Mrs. Sam Coon; Mr: Josephine
Dennis; Mr. and Mrs. William
De Vore; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Dlsque; Mrs. Heatley Dulles
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Evans: Har
old Fraser; Mrs. Cyril Friedman;
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
Mrs. Edna Hale; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hall; Mrs. Roberta Han Han-na;
na; Han-na; Mrs. Emily Hartmann; Mar
tin Hession; Mr. and Mrs. e. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Hill; Mr. and Mrs. R J.
Huntown; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Husbands; -Mrs. Gloria Kohns Kohns-'ianom;
'ianom; Kohns-'ianom; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lee; Miss Lillian Levine; Mr.
and Mrs. James Maguire; Mrs.
Adele Major; Mrs. Kathryn Ma Mason;
son; Mason; Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller;
Miss Louise Peters; Miss Angela
Reilly; Mrs. Qrvllle Sevring; Mr.
ana Mrs. w. m. smiin; kbp: ana
Mrs. Tom Steed; Mrs. Eleanor
WUson; Mrs. Ethyl Woodruff;
and Miss Hilda B. Wrotzlau;
matic dignitaries were present.
Besides presenting diplomas
Landon spoke briefly, in Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, stressing the importance of
technical draining to modern air
power and overall preparedness
and unity forth Western Hemisphere.
Tne group receiving diplo diplomas
mas diplomas were made' up of 57 Bra Brazilians,
zilians, Brazilians, SS Colombians. 1 Costa
Rlcan, 21 Cubans, 21 Chileans,
11 Dom nicans, 26 Ecuador Ecuadorans,
ans, Ecuadorans, 6 Salvadoreans, 13 Gua Guatemalans,
temalans, Guatemalans, 2 Hondurans, 23
Ntcaraguans, 7 Panamanians,
7 Paraguayans, 24 Peruvians,
20 Uruguayans, and 17 Vene Venezuelans.
zuelans. Venezuelans. After all studetns had receiv
ed their certificates, Col. John
C. Evers, commandant of the
School, presented sport trophies
to tne captains of the winning
teams in soccer, volleyball, soft-
ball and basketball.
Student Jorge Mojica of Chile
addressing the audience in Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, and speaking for the entire
student body expressed thanks
to the School and to the United
States Government for the op opportunity
portunity opportunity they were given to ad advance
vance advance their technical training.
He said the students felt that
living and working with service servicemen
men servicemen of the U.S. and other Amer American
ican American countries resulted in a bet better
ter better understanding among serv servicemen.
icemen. servicemen. Student Alberto Conti of Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, also addressed the dignitar dignitaries
ies dignitaries and repeated essentially the
same comments in. English. Both
men also used the occasion to
officially thank the School and
its personnel for the. training
The students, as the classes
before them had done, sang the
"Hymns of the Americas" ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the 776'ih Air
Force Band of Albrook.
The ceremonies were conclud concluded
ed concluded with the Benediction of Mon Mon-signor
signor Mon-signor Paul Bernler, Papal Nun Nuncio
cio Nuncio to Panama.
Receptions in honor of the
graduates were held immedi immediately
ately immediately following in the Officers'
Club and the NCO Club. In
these traditional receptions
students and instructors have
a chance for a float social
meeting before depart ng for
With this class' completion of
the five months course, the
USAF School for Lathi America
has graduated more than 3.004
Latin American officers and
airmen since its organisation ia
Prior to the School's establish
ment, many Latin Americas
countries servicemen received
on-the-job training during World
war H at AiDroos.
The four" original courses 1bk
eluded aircraft maintenance,
armament, propeller mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and sheet metal mainten maintenance
ance maintenance have now been expanded
into a curriculum including U
specialist courses covering the
fields of jet aircraft mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, Air Force supply proce procedures
dures procedures and aircraft maintenance
supervision (for officers).
Basic English is taught all
personnel Id addition to ent
technical or administrative
subject the:r respective coun countries
tries countries have requested them
Instructors at the School are
bilingual noncommissioned of officers
ficers officers of the USAF, highly qual qualified,
ified, qualified, specialist of the subject
they instruct. Most of them are
of Latin American extraction
and are required to speak Span Spanish
ish Spanish fluently and know Latin
It is a matter of pride of the
school to know that through it
instructions at any military air airfield
field airfield in this hemisphere has
standardized termlnol ogy,
thanks 'to the school graduates.
Weather-bound military pilots
in Latin America now accurate accurately
ly accurately read the same weather map
through the adoption of stand
ard weather symbols another
phase that is covered thorough
ly in the School's instructions.
Through this standardization
of methods and equipment, the
officers an dalrrnen representing
Air Forces of the Americas are
making hemispheric solidarity a
SHE'S AN INDIAN TOO-PatrlcIa Hurley, 18, of Casper,
Wye, has become the second white woman In history to be
adopted into the Arapahoe Indian tribe. Her father, Waldo
Hurley, was made a chief and dubbed Red Eagle 14 years ago,
in gratitude for numerous favors he did the tribe. Above, at
ceremony in Casper, Patricia faces the West as Chief Lone
Bear (Andrew Brown) touches her four times with a feather,
saying in Arapahoe, "As an Arapahoe, I name you Becana Becana-nasae
nasae Becana-nasae (Plume Woman).".. That made her an Arapahoe, too.
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Ret). Wlnfield K. Denton and
Rep. James I. Dolliver, who are
making a round-trip from New
York aboard the Panama Liner
Cristobal, head the list of 88
passengers scheduled to sail from
Cristobal Saturday .for New York.
They are accompanied by their
Also listed as a passenger is
John Witeck, clerk of the Com Commerce
merce Commerce and Related Affairs sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee of- the U.S. Senate
Appropriations committee, who
has been spending several days
in the Canal, Zone on official
Two passengers, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Weygant, are booked on the
Cristobal for Port-au-Prince,
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York follows:
Mrs. Ruth L. Adams; Michael A.
Ariese, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore H. Bauer and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest BowJer; Mr. and
Mrs. David N. Bowman; Charles
G. Callahan; Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert A. Cermes; Donald C. Cle
ment and wife and 2 children;
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson A. Cot-
trell; Frank Decker; Mr. and
Mrs. Winfield K. Denton; Mr.
and Mrs. James I. Dolliver; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Flelden, Jr.,
and 3 children; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter B. Hunter and son; and
Mr. and Mrs. George Ingham.
Kenneth C. Kippley; George
B. Knowles, Julia Krisberg;
Mrs. Constance Lawrence; An Andrew
drew Andrew Liebermann; John McDon McDonald;
ald; McDonald; Mr. and Mrs. Francis W.
Montanari and 4 children; Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Pazow; Edward T.
Phllpiti; Fred Plmper; Charles
S. Pineo and wire and daugmer;
Charles A. Pistole; Jessie S.
Pugh; Benedetto Quattrociocchi;
John Reilly; John Rodgers; and
Mr. and Mrs. Howarth V. Rowe
Mr. and Mb. Mateo Sari ano
daughters; Mrs. Marlon Seliok;
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. stansou stansou-ry
ry stansou-ry and son; Mr. and Mrs. George
Sclfter; Leona M. Tagge; Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond A. Taylor;
William R. Todd; Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Van der Llnde; Marion
H. Vedder; Glenn A. Walker;
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Weaver;
John, Witeck; and Mr. and Mrs.
icior k. young.
MACOONALO MUM UMITSD, OittilUn, Laltk 0fHi
Tropical plants and flowering
trees, many of them grown in
Panama, are described in "What
Flowering Tree ia That," a book'
by Edwin A. Menninger, which
was placed in circulation .this
week by the Canal Zone Library.
In the book, Menninger urges
the residents of Florida to get
acquainted with the,, beautiful
tropical trees and plants avail available
able available to them and to make an
offer to cultivate them hi their
own back yards.
The complete list of new
books and their authors an announced
nounced announced by the Library this
Non-fiction: Rape of the Mind,
Meerloo; The Middle East;
Shwadron; Business Forecasting,
Newbury; Technical Cooperation
in Latin America, National plan
ning association! Local Trucking
Mason; protective coating for
petals. Burnsr Modern Market
ing, Hepner; Oil for the World.
6ciiackne; and the Far East
Fiction: Mamba, Cloete; The
Bramble Bus, Duncan: A Model
for Murder, Fast; The Fair
Game, Fitz Gibbon; The Green
Hills and other stories, Macken;
Landscape with Dead Dons, Ro Robinson;
binson; Robinson; The Narrow Covering.
Siebel; The Straight and Narrow
Added to the Panama Collec Collection:
tion: Collection: What Flowering Tree is
Added to the Reference Col Collection:
lection: Collection: Modern plastics ency encyclopedia,
clopedia, encyclopedia, and Leahy's Hotel
Guide and Travel Atlas of the
U.S., Canadaand Mexico, 1096.
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US Turns Over
Bases Title Papers
MANILA, Dec. 6 (UP) Tha
United States turned over title
papers to American military
bases in the Philippines today
carryinar out a Dledea mad hv
Vice-President Richard M. Nixon
last July. rEfe
n i, i,i jtr rr n i r i.i nit r rii i mninna
President Ramon Magsaysfty
sieppea ror tne first time into
the middle of the muddled nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with the United States
over a new agreement on bases
here. He broke his previous
hands-off policy and ordered a
full report from his negotiators
on why the talks broke down, down,-The
The down,-The controversy over a prcf
posed new bases agreement, trig triggered
gered triggered by nationalistic and poli political
tical political considerations, had taken
to their lowest point since World
American negotiator Karl
Bendetsen. who unsuccessfully
tried for four months to reach
agreement with the Philippine
negotiating panel handed titles
and allied documents oh Ameri American
can American bases to Vice-President Car Carlos
los Carlos Garcia at a quiet ceremony
at Malacanang Palace today.
Bendetsen then left Manila in
an official atmosphere of friend friendliness
liness friendliness from all sides, on a spe special
cial special air force plane. He termed
the negotiations recessed.
Chief Philippines negotiator
Sen. Emmanuel peiaes, however
termed them collapsed
charged that Bendetsen brc
off the talks abruptly and wit
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your druggist for Cystex today.
Dec. 6 (UP) Four American
soldiers who kidnaped a youth
at gunpoint in front of a movie
theater and drove off with their
hostage's legs dangling out the
window, will be court-martialed,
German police said today. The
"victim'' whose four GI friends
staged the gangland-style ab abduction
duction abduction "to kick up some ex excitement
citement excitement for a change," will face
the same military court.
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Program is New Deal
PARIS. Dec. 6 (UP) Premier
Guy Mollet's new reform pr&
gram for rebellion-racked Alge Algeria
ria Algeria appeared today to face
The threetpart plan, adopted
yesterday at a four hour cabinet
meeting, ran into immediate op opposition
position opposition fro mthe 1,200,000 Euro European
pean European residents and was greeted
with marked skepticism in polfc
tlcal circles here.
Rightist deputies in the na national
tional national assembly took a dim
view of the program, aimed at
giving Algerian Moslems a
stronger voice in local Alge Algerian
rian Algerian government. They were
expected to side with the North
African European residents,
who yesterday demanded a
new crackdown on rebels.
Some radicals and roemDers oi
Mollet's own Socialist Party e-
..J rimiVtfi that. (-Via Moltet
"new deal" would go very far
toward winning the sympathy
the Moslem population.
Nick Of Time
DETROIT. Dec. 6 (UPi John
Kimmel nicked more than hto
face when police asked him tg
demonstrate his proficiency wita
a raior they found in his pock pocket.
et. pocket. Kimmel, dabbing at his chht,
admitted he took the rasor fropi
a barber colleee and the rjolice
put a nick In his freedom.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1S56
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by Easfcine Johiitoti J JKJ
HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Hoi Hoi-lvwoodites
lvwoodites Hoi-lvwoodites Are Talking About:
Dorothy Townes big cash settle
ment $25,000 besides alimony of
$100,000 from Jack Webb in her
uncontested divorce. It's expen expensive
sive expensive to leave Towne. ... A forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming magazine article titled,
' The PrivaU Hell of Ava Gard Gardner."
ner." Gardner." Hell? What's she got to com complain
plain complain about?
Univerial-lnternationel unveil unveiling
ing unveiling a pUqut to the memory o'
the lata Lon Chanty. A few year
overdue, but in Hollywood you
don't et e pleque unless it's for
ulterior motives. The motive N in
this ease is Cheney's filmblog filmblog-raphy,
raphy, filmblog-raphy, "The Man of a Thousand
Faces," which U-l Urn eking with
Jimmy Cegjiey es Cheney.
Joan Davis admitting that she
banked dose to $1,000,000 as a re result
sult result of ber 50 per cent ownership
of the telefilm series, "I Married
Joan." . Ethel Barrymore,
Monty Woolley and Conrad Hilton
signed to play themselves in the
CBS-TV version of "Eloise."
Gary Cooper reported interested
in a TV series as well as BIG
deals with major studios. As Gary
tells it: "The way I've got it
figured.. I've about three more
good' years in pictures and I'm
going to see that those three years
will be profitable." Yap, that's
what the man said.
again. . Dick Haymes' ex-wife,
Nora, da tiny Klirahpfk T0.W...
! ex-husband, Nicky Hilton. .
uaie KODcrtson home from the
hospital without ever hearing frnm
his estranged wife, Mary Murphy.
The doll visiting him, since is leg
injury on a turn set, was his ex ex-wife,
wife, ex-wife, Jacqueline Wilson'.
i n undeciaed" label en
Marie Lanza's reported movie in
Italy, "Be Mine Tonight." Mirio
cen t he enyene't until clearances
for the film are settled. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, he' talking about a sub substitute
stitute substitute film to be mode there. It's
titled "Rainy Day."
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: TV
agent about landing a job for one
of bis clients on a show that uses
a girl writing football scores on a
"She was just the type. She's
left-handed and can write on the
blackboard without blocking the
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Hedy Lamarr, arriving in Holly
wood for a role in 'The Story of
Mankind" without her husband,
"In a marriage there are nice
times and there are trying
The story of mankind?
Fox acquiring distribution
rights te Gine Lellobrigide's
movie, "The Most Beeutiful Girl
in the World." Gina will come to
New 'York for the world premiere.
. . The film Industry's enneunce enneunce-ment
ment enneunce-ment soon of e big Golden Jubilee
celebration in Hollywood next
year t e commemorate the first
filming of a movie in Hollywood
Rex Harrison's son, Noel,
crashing show business on the
French Riviera strumming
a guitar in a night club.
' Hollywood's Tin Pan Alley pre predicting
dicting predicting that rock V roll music
will be on the rocks within a few
months. Happy days are here
Ruth Roman's trip to Europe in
a few weeks. A honeymoon with
cafe owner Bud Moss? . Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood pulling no punches in film filming
ing filming th life story of Barney Ross.
The film, I hear, win put the ac accent
cent accent on his addiction and his
regeneration. . Bob Mathias
signed for a western to be pro produced
duced produced by John Wayne.
THE WITNET: A Hollywood
carhop is a girl who thinks money
grows on treys.
Ginger Rogers forming her own
company for movies and TV: .
Winston Churchill agreeing to use
if his voice in one sequence of
"The Story of Mankind." .
Jeanne Cagney, sister of Jimmy,
claying his screen sister in the
Ion Chaney filmbiography.
Chilen Admiral Presents Medal
To Chief Of Caribbean Command
Presentation of one of Chile's
highest military medals to the;
US. commander in cniei .or w
Caribbean Command highlight highlighted
ed highlighted -the short vlMt to .the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone this week of Vice
Adm.' J. Francisco O'Ryan Orre Orre-go,
go, Orre-go, Chilean Minister of Nation National
al National Defense and commander in
Chief of the Chilean Navy.
During a brief stop here, as
part of his trip to Washington
where he will be the guest of
Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, chief of
Kara; Operations, O'Ryan pre presented
sented presented the Chilean Military
Medal of the Army, first class, to
Lt. Gen. William K.. Harrison, at
a cermony a't the Chilean em embassy
bassy embassy in Panama.
. In making the i presentation.
O'Ryan cited the distinguished
aervice of Oen. Harrison as com commander
mander commander in chief Caribbean to
further ood relations between
Chile and the United Spates.
The Chilean Ambassador" to
Panama and Mrs. Enrique La La-greze
greze La-greze were hosts for the ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony m the generaTa" honor. Mrs'.
Harrison and senior officers and
their wives of the three compo component
nent component services of the Caribbean
Command were presetn in addi addition
tion addition to th Chilean and American
naval officers of O'Ryan's party.
In the official greeting party
for the arrival of O'Ryan and
his staff, in addition to Lagreze
and iHarrison, were: capt. W.
B. Tucker, USN, acting com commandant
mandant commandant of the 15th Naval Dis District
trict District who was host for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone visit; Brigadier Oen.
L. V. Hightower, acting com commanding
manding commanding general. US. Army Ca Caribbean;
ribbean; Caribbean; and Brig. Gen. E. W.
Napier, acting commander of
the Caribbean Air Command.
Travelin gto the U.8. with the
admiral as guests of the U.S.
Navy are: Cupt. Jorge Tapia.
deputy chief of staff, ohilean
Navy; Comdr. Victor WHson,
deputy director rhiiean tjow
War College; Lt. comdr. Marfp
jwaccniaveuo, personal aide to
Admiral O'Ryan; and Lt. A; A.
Schirmer, USN. Chief of Naval
Oper4"Jons representative from
The Chilean officers are ex-
., :' K.
pecied to return from the Unit United
ed United States in mid-December
with a scheduled stop in the Ca
nal Zone for a visit with U.S.
Navy officials here.
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Leods To Court;
Custody In Case
TULSA. Okla Dee ft fTTP A
famous dancer and 'glamour girl of
the early 1900's vowed today she
Would fight all the way to the U.S.
Supreme Court if necessary in a
custody battle over a mongrel
Irene Casfle, now 63 and the
wne of Cieorge Enzinger of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and Eureka Snrinffs Arlr U
disputing the ownership of the dog
witn toe John walker family of
Miss Castle said she gave the
dogshe calls him "Tanya"ref "Tanya"ref-age
age "Tanya"ref-age two years ago. She now has
mm unaer a temporary custody
arrangement and S20n hnnH a
Tulsa justice of the peace is ex-
pectea to decide who gels perma permanent
nent permanent custody in about 10 days.
Rock 'n Rolling Duke
Will Have To Dig
iran Ann? noirc
LONDON. Dee. 8 (UP Thej
rock n roiling uuke of Kent wilt
have to 'dig that craxy military
music, the army ruled today.
The commander of the military
came in Bovington where the duke
is taking an officers' training
course, ruled mat ail trainees
must remain on the base except
for weekends, the duke included.
The 21-year-old duke had plan planned
ned planned to take five' friends to a
stomp at the Savoy Hotel in Lon
don tonight. The orders forced
him to cancel out. The party
won't be the same without him.
He gained a certain amount, of
attention for introducing and poo poo-ulariiing
ulariiing poo-ulariiing rock'n roll dancing in
the upper social stratosphere of
Two of the narties he attended
last season were so wild they
were brought up m Parliament
Rut it all mav be in the Past
for the duke, who also hears tne
name Prince Edward.
After th rnurse a, Bovineton
is comp'eted early next year, the
duke will be assigned to tne noyai
Scot Grays in far-off Yorkshire.
Yorkshire is noted less for night
life than for its puddings.
Pretty Movie Stars
Rescue Three Men
From Biscayne Bay
MIAMI BEACH, Dec. 6 (UP) -Two
beautiful movie actresses in
bathing suits were credited today
with rescuing a car oeaier ana
two pilots after their plane crash crashed
ed crashed into Biscayne Bay.
And Peter Gosselln, 05. of Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, N. H., said it was the most
wonderful crash of his life. In fact,
he'd crash again if he could have
the same rescuers..
Auburn haired French actress
Bella Darvi and Delores Kipple,
who appears in movie short sub
jects and who gained national
attention last year by water -skiing
from Miami to Nassau,
raced In a speedboat to pick up
the car dealer and two Fort Lau
derdale, Fla., men, Harvey Smith
and Fred Prato.
Smith and Prato were demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating the plane to Gosselin, a
prospective buyer, when lt hit a
shoreline wire ana inppea over in into
to into the water.
Miss Darvi and Miss Kipple,
clad in brief swim suits, were
soaking up a tan aboard the boat
when they saw the plane crash
into the water around noon Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Gosselin said the crash changed
his mind about purchasing the
nlane but he said the rescue was
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Doctors Report Dulles Recoved
From Recent Cancer Operation
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6 (UP)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, 68, has fully recovered
from his cancer operation and is
ready to resume all normal
duties, his doctors reported yester yesterday
day yesterday after a two-day checkup.
They said Dulles' general con
dition is "excellent." The State
The physicians reported immed immediately
iately immediately after the operation a month
ago that they removed a cancer cancerous
ous cancerous growth from Dulles' large in intestine.
testine. intestine. They said then that a
thorough examination revealed no
evidence that the malignancy had I
State Department press officer i
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Now. after too manv lean years.
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' the nation's funnybone is in for
some hilarious seducing . because 1
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Here is the kind of laiwhter
H that excites, delights and ignites.
For writer-producer-director Norman Krasna
has sent a sextet of stars
and a wonderfully witty story
Cinemascoping through the
bistros and boulevards, the fashion
salons and embassies, the hot spots
Department made clear that the I(lT fT7imemJ p;,?ss erl
medical report was intended to i tjInco1" IP11, s,ld th dofto!'si
u-l r.: 4u. rv..ii.. :-ut gave Dulles a comn ete eher-k-
"V iuvuuoj aim i utaud v al
Dulles home and Daughton's of office.
fice. office. White said he assumed
Dulles no longer was under doc-
resign because of his health and
Th rpnnrt wan issuprf hv 'Mai
Gen Leonard D. Heaton. director! tors care
of Walter Reed Army Medical wmte was asked whether the
Center, who operated on Dulles .medical report was intended to
Nov. 3. and Dr. A. D. Daugnton, answer speculation wai wuues
Dulles personal physician who might resign
assisted int he operation
Their statement said
"Secretary Dulles has been re
"To me this is perfectly ob
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Dulles returned to his desk won
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Ruth Roman in
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geops and internists who found
his general condition excellent. He
has made a complete ana tun re recovery
covery recovery from his recent surgery
and is now fit for Ml resumption
of his normal duties."
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butcher was fined $75 today for
assaulting a meat inspector. He
had pleaded that his wife was
cheating on him with a gendarme
and that he reacted violently t
the sight of men in blue uniform
"You shouldn't confuse a meat
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CHS-BHS Quintets Tangle at Margarita Tomorrow
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Winless Tigers Hope
To Snap Losing Streak
The Balboa High School basketball team will in invade
vade invade the Gold Coast tomorrow evening, seeking their
second straight win over the Tigers this year. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal is still looking for its first victory of the short
basketball season. Dropping losses to Balboa, Junior
College and the Athletic Club, the Blue and Gold will
be trying to counter with
I The Balboa cagers wll need
this victory to stay on the
' heels of the Junor College, If
they expect to retain the
; school championship. Much
will be expected from Dan
Winklosky in the scoring de department,
partment, department, and the support
should come from Lem Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land and Barbara. Balboa will
have the height advantage
over the Tigers once again, and
with control of both boards
they should defeat their rival
h'gh achool by an easy mar mar-gin.
gin. mar-gin. The Blue and Gold Tigers,
re still looking for a winning
combination, but it looks as if
Pacific Little League
Holds Auction Tomorrow
Tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. in the
Board Room at the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building, Balboa Heights,
the Pacific Little League will
hold heir annual player auction.
All managers are urged to be
present and bring along your
points for some sharp bargain bargaining
ing bargaining inasmuch as this year's crop
of hopefuls from the farm
Seams and other applicants for
positions on Little League ros rosters
ters rosters seems to be very good.
Following is a list of the teams
and their managers:
Pacific Little League
"police Jhra Rllev
Gibraltar Llfr Jose Cicero
Seymour Agency Lou Helzlnger
Lincoln Life Howard Engelke
Llks 1414 E- Kunkle
Spur Cola m Bob Monger
rifacnvprc : rharlv Beidan
Mv ual of Oijaaha L. Hummel
Cyrnos Earl sears
Kiwis John McQ-lade
Police Juniors Ed Husum
Seymour Jurridrs Bill Spencer
This is thetfeventh season for
the Pacific Lfttte League, Itis
understood that there are quite
a number of ball players who
will push the bidding way up at
this year's auction and after the
Just has settled the league
should come up with six well well-Salanced
Salanced well-Salanced ball crabs: This adds
to the interest in the league and
Talking about spectator par participation,
ticipation, participation, if there are any per persons
sons persons In the community interest interested
ed interested in helping the Little League
and Farm League ball players,
they are cordiauy invited to at attend
tend attend the auction this Friday.
There is always work for willing
.hands when it comes to dealing
with young baseball prospects.
J This year also marks another
milestone in Little League Base Baseball.
ball. Baseball. A Caribbean District has
been formed consisting of teams
from the canal zone, Republic
of Panama, Cuba and Venezue
U modern "Santa'' ships uniting tht
Americas with fast and frequent
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" Due Cristobal. C. Z.. Dec. 8
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" Due Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 12 g
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK 9
8.8. "SANTA MARGARITA" Sails Cristobal. C. Z., Dec. 18 S
8.S. SANTA RITA
FROM U.S. PACIFIC 4
AMERICA TO BALBOA
S.S. "SANTA ANITA"
8.8. "SANTA CRUZ"
FROM CRISTOBAL AND
WEST COAST CENTRAL
8.8. "SANTA FE"
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a win on rnaay nigiu.
h. uih nnsslhlp solution that
the Cristobal team has wUI be
to use their speed instead of
their height. The foul line has
been hampering the Tigers
victory hopes in every game.
So if they start to hit their
free throws maybe they wiU
salvage a wm against the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs on Friday.
The Ctfstobal Junior Varsity
will play host to the Balboa
Juniors with the game start starting
ing starting at 6:30 p.m. The Cristobal
J.V.'s are undefeated in school
play, and will be trying to win
their third straight this sea season.
son. season. la. There Is a possibility, remote
perhaps, that a District play-off
nmonor these teams may be held
In the Canal Zone this season.
After the auction team rosters
will be made and published In
t.h. npwsnaner and Diactice
sessions called by the managers
will also be pubiisnea tnus giv
ing tne selected uiue ijeagueis
the time and place for their
pre-season warm-ups. So lets
make this the Little League's
biggest and most successful sea season.
son. season. 3 National League
Clubs Going All Out
To Gel Ernie Banks
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., TJecv 8
(UP) a near-stampede for
Ernie Banks was In progress be between
tween between three National League
clubs today but the Chicago Cubs
made It plain their slugging
shortstopcannot.be had for
love or money.
The Cincinnati Redlegs al already
ready already have made what they con consider
sider consider a real solid offer fqr Banks
during the current foiinor league
meetings, and the Pittsburgh
Pirates and Philadelphia Phil Phillies
lies Phillies also were known to be inter interested
ested interested in the right-handed, long long-ball
ball long-ball hitting shortstop.
Cincinnati's offer for Banks
consisted, of outfielder Wally
Post and catcher Smoky Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, but under pressure, the
Cubs probably could get center
fielder Gus Bell instead of Post.
Along with Banks, the Redlegs
also would Insist upon a pitcher,
preferably big Bob Rush.
"Sure, a lot of people are talk talking
ing talking to us about Banks," admit admitted
ted admitted Bob Scheffing, the Cubs new
manager. "But he's one boy we
are going to hang on to. No one
has any higher regard for him
than we have."
"The deal would be a good one
from Chicago's standpoint," said
Cincinnati Manager Birdie Teb
Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 20
WEST COAST CENTRAL
AND CRISTOBAL. C. Z.
Due Balboa, C. Z., Dec. 24
Due Balboa, C. Z., Jan. 28
BALBOA. C. Z. TO THE
AMERICA A U. S. PACIFIC
Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 8
- PANAMA: 2-0556
SYRACUSE, N.Y., Dec. 6
(UP) Heavyweight Eddie Ma
chen, an unbeaten but experi
ence-shy newcomer, said today
his unanimous decision over
Johnny Summerlin proved he
was ready lor tne big-time ana
serious consideration as a con contender
tender contender for Floy Patterson's
"I'll take about two months
training to make up for my
lack of experience and then
I'd like a fight w th Tommy
(Hurricane) Jackson, the 24-year-old
Lack of experience or not. Ma
chen won his 19th straight last
night via a numerous JO-round
decision over Summerlin, who
was groggy from combination
punches in six of the rounds
Judges Dick Albino and Richie
Fa2io agreed Machen won seven
rounds and Summerlin three,
while referee Joe Palmer pave
it to Machen, 6-4. The United!
Press, card for the TV bout was
eight rounds for Macheii and
Machen, of Reddine. calif'..
weighed 190 4 and the 24-year-old
Summerjin, of Detroit,
weighed 198. There were no
"Eddie has only" had about
60 rounds i of professional box boxing
ing boxing Since he won 14 fights on
knockouts," said' manager Sid
"I was scared to death be before
fore before I saw Eddie could take it
when he got hit," Flaherty
The fifth-ranked Machen.
using stinging left jabs and hard
combination punches, gave Sum Summerlin
merlin Summerlin little chance to land
hard blows, although the De-
troiter rained several times with
a flurry of combination punch
Charles, 3b ..
Ah It H I'o
3 12 1
Lopez, 2b 4
Plnkston, rf 4
Moore, as 4
Kelman, c 3
Grenald, If 4
Gordon, la., 3
Brown, p 2
Arthur, t o
Brathwaite ...... 1
Thome, p o
1 8 24 14
Bernard, 2b 4
E. Osorio, lb .
Grote, Cf .....
Cobos, c ......
A. Osorio, p .,
26 4 6 27 13
000 000 010-1
300 010 OOx 4
SUMMARY Errors: Gren Grenald.
ald. Grenald. RBI's: Heron, Cobos 2,
Charles. Earned runs: Smokers
3, Beermen l. Two base hits:
Heron, Lopez, Glenn, Charles.
Doubleplays: Brown, Kellman,
Gordon; Heron, Bernard, E. Oso Osorio;
rio; Osorio; Charles unassisted. Sacrifice
hits: Houradeau. Balk: A. Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. Wild pitch: Brown, stolen
base; Diaz. Struck out by: A.
Osorio 2, Brown L Base on balls
off: Brown 6, Arthurs 2, Osorio
2. Left on base: Beermen 6.
Smokers 7. Pitcher's record:
Brown 4 runs, 4 hits in 4 1-3 in innings;
nings; innings; Arthurs 0 runs 1 hit in 2
2-3 innings. VVP: A. Osorio (1 (1-0).
0). (1-0). LP: Brown (0-1). Umpires:
Thornton, Roberts, Hinds, Wil Williamson.
liamson. Williamson. Attendance: 10,000 es estimated.
timated. estimated. Time of game: 2:42.
Fans Come First
JANKERS, N. Y. fMEA) Del
Miller, the owner-trainer driver,
has an outlook on harness racing
which is refreshing.
After Miller drove Dotti's Pick
to a 14-length victory over Adios
Harry in a $45,000. match race at
Yonkers Raceway, he dismounted
from the sulky in disgust.
"I would have rather lost than
to kill the crowd with a dull one
like this," he said.
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ADVANCE NOTICE LouisIolina, San Jose, Calif., light lightweight
weight lightweight member of the United States Olympic team, misssd
With this right to the chin of Australia's W E. Griffiths,, but
landed enough others to win.
Junior College Cagers
Play A.C. 5 Tonight
By A. A. NOBOA
Junior College lias done it a a-gain!
gain! a-gain! FamiHarl but true words.
Last Thursday they defeated the
Tigers at Cristobal 47-42 and
last Tuesday, Balboa 40-35. on
their last visit to the Tigers'
cage, Ramon Quezada and Gig
Smith led the Devils in scoring.
The former scoring 13 points
and the latter 10. Last Tuesday
it was again Quezada with 13
while Bob Fogel had 10.
i Last Tuesday's game turned
out to be the lowest Scoring en encounter
counter encounter of the season. In this
game rebounding was held to a
minimum, much to the contrary
of the Cristobal-JC game where
rebounding was outstanding. It
was up to Fred Raybourne to the
second half to take complete
control under the basket. Que Quezada,
zada, Quezada, who seemed to have been
uarked durine. the first half,
started ihen to help his team
with some rebounding work.
With four straight victories
behind them, the Devil's only
hope now is to continue their
little Rock Returns
To Southern Ass'n
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 6 6-(UP)
(UP) 6-(UP) The Montgomery fran franchise
chise franchise in the Class AA Southern As
sociation has been shifted back to
Little Rock, and League President
Charley Hurth said the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans .franchise apparently surviv survived
ed survived as shaky 1956 and will remain
there through next year.
Hurth told a press conference
after the league directors meet meet-ine
ine meet-ine that Little Rock would remain
under the general managership of
Ray Winder and would prooamy
rtain its working agreement with
The franchise was switched
from Little Rock to Montgomery
last July 20 after Montgomery lost
its South Atlantic League iran-
chise to Knoxville. But Hurth said,
"While Montgomery treated us
most graciously, the directors feel
that Little Rock has a greater po potentialmore
tentialmore potentialmore baseball pull."
He said New Orleans General
Manager Vincent J.iRizzo report reported
ed reported to the directors that "the Peli
cans are all set for next year."
The directors also voted to lift
the player limit to 20. for the first
30 days of next season to 19 for
the bulk of the' season and back
to 20 after July 31. The quota is
one higher than last year in each
Opening date for the 1957 season
will be April 12, with closing set
for Sept. 8.
Yanks Get Tubbs,
McDonald & Kane
For N-S Contest
MIAMI, Dec. 6 (UP) The
miAvvO mo vi a uuv-u oviiic llClvjr
talent from Oklahoma to beef up
their squad for the annual clash
with the South in the Shrine All All-Star
Star All-Star game in the Orange Bowl
North Coaches Duffy Daugherty
of M'hioan State an1 Ray E'lot
of Illinois announced yesterday
thev had siened halfback Tommy
McDonald and center Jerry Tubbs
of the Sooners to plv fo- the
McDonald and center Jerry Tubbs
of the Sooners to play for the
North in the charity contest. Half Halfback
back Halfback Billy Kane and tackle Jack
CaMerone of P"np State have a',
ready been added to the North
South Coach Art Guepe has
signed three players so far, all
from the University of Florida.
They are halfback Jackie Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, fullback Joe Brodsky and
guard John Barrow.
winning screak throughout the
season. The whole team hopes
that by keeping up their pres present
ent present spirit and drive they tan at
seasons' end present Coach Stu
Brown with a long awaited but
much deserved trophy.
Tonight at seven JC will play
AC in their second game of the
season. In their first encounter
JC took the AC 59-44, AC, how however,
ever, however, recently has been defeat defeating
ing defeating both high schools and their
fondest reward would no doubt
be to defeat the unbeaten JC
AC will .heavily depend on
their top scorer of the season,
Ray NesbM, while Welsh, Bert
Joyce and McArthur will add
their know-how In an effort to
defeat the Devils.
' Th forthcoming Basketball
Tournament will no doubt be a
spectacle to see. starting Jan. 3
and ending on the fifth. It will
give basketball fans an opopr opopr-tunity
tunity opopr-tunity ito see all the local teams
in action. A trophy will be pre presented
sented presented to the winning team on
the night of the fifth.
TRA Names Needles
Coll Of The Year
MIAMI BEACH, Dec. 6 (UP)
Florida-bred Needles, winner
the Kentucky Derby, was named
the champion three-year-old colt
of the Year Tuesday night by the
Thoroughbred Racing Assn.
Nee'dles, son of 1949 Derby win winner
ner winner Ponder, took 27 of the 38 votes
cast by the nation's top racing
secretaries for the title. The re remainder
mainder remainder of the votes went to
Needles won four of the five
$100,000 events of 1956 including
the Flamingo Stakes, Florida Der
by, Belmont Stakes and the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby.
The D and H Stable's colt, the
tirsi t lonaa-orea horse to win
the honor, came from next to fast
in a field of 17 to 'overtake Fabius
in the Kentucky Derby in the final
eighth of a mile.
Needles was foaled in Florida at
breeder William Leache's farm in
Delegates to the racing meeting
were told that some 30 million per persons
sons persons waged 2 billion dollars at
horse tracks in the United States
Executive Secretary Spencer J.
Drayton of New York said that in investigations
vestigations investigations into charges of dishon dishonesty
esty dishonesty at tracks increased by 19 per
cent during the year.
Continues to Lead
iNr,w xuHn,,vec. tur j-ine you.re playillg a game after Jt-S
Cleveland Baron,, with Bo Elik over vou jcnow whether you played
showing the way, continued tAufeu or not.
pace tne American Hocsej
League s scorers today.
Elik tallied six points in the weet
ending Sunday to increase U-league-leading
total to 36.
trailed in the scoring de-
by "iammates Fred Glo
33, and Jimmy Moore, h 32
Paul Larivee of Provide hat
also accounted for 32 po -s.
Only a rookie, Elik also lead
the league in goals scored witl
23. Moore, with 24 assists, is th
The 1956 Club Championship
at Brazos Brook Country Club
starts for all male members in
good standing, with an eighteen
hole qualifying round which
must be completed by Sunday,
The first sWeen lpw medal
scores will form the champion championship
ship championship flight. The defeated eight
players in the first round will
form the first flight, and there
will be second, third and fourth
flights of eight players each.
Ties for 16th, 24th, 32nd and
40th positions will be settled by
comparative scoring by holes in
the qualifying round,
Anibal Qalindo, 1955 club
champion, is automatically in
the number one position and
the medalist in the qualifying
round will be placed in the
number two position Jor the
pairings, play in all flights will
be from scratch, with no handi handicap
cap handicap allowances.
Matches in the first sixteen
must be played by Sunday, Dec.
16, so tnat tne championship
and first flights may be deter
mined. Matches in the other
flights may be played at any
time, but all first round match matches
es matches must be completed by Sun
day, Dec. 23 and succeeding
rounds by the following Sun
Prizes will be awarded, in the
form of attractive trophies, to
the medalist, the club champion
and runner-up, and to the sec second,
ond, second, third and fourth flight
winners. As a little something
extra, each entrant gets one new
Penfold golf ball. Get it in tne
Pro Shop before starting your
Players must sign the entry
list on the bulletin board before
starting their qualifying round
and post their hole by hole
scores on completion of the
round. Qualifying should be
done at least in threesomes and
the attested cards placed in the
card box after the round.
u.S.G.A. ruls governing match
play, as amended by local rules,
All matches will consist of 18
holes, except the final in the
championship flight, which will
be 36 holes. Matches must be
played on schedule on the pen penalty
alty penalty of double disqualification.
Ties in all matches will be de decided
cided decided by the "sudden death"
method. The official storting
time for all matches will be 0:00
a.m. on Sundays. There will be
no entry fee for this tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Fullmer to Demand
Equal Contract Or
Claim Title Dec. 12
NEW YORK, Dec. (UP) Chal Challenger
lenger Challenger Gene Fullmer, still detei-
mined to claim the middleweight
championship on Dec. 12, will de demand
mand demand a new, equal contract for a
postponed title fight with Sugar
Ray Robinson, Jan. 2, his manger
"If Robinson and the Interna
tional Boxing Club refuse us a new
contract m which each fighter gets
30 per cent of all net receipts
there'll be no fight on Jan. 2,'
pilot Marv jenson aeciarea.
rne current contract, under
which 25-year old Fullmer was t
have fought the 35-year old cham"'
pion at Madison Square Garden
Dec. 12, gives the challenger from
West Jordan, Utah, only 12 per
cent of the net gate, and nothing
from TV-radio. Robinson gets 47Vi
per cent of the net gate and $60,-
000 from TV-radio.
Chairman Julius Helf and of the
N.Y. State Athletic Commission
approved the postponement from
Dec. 12 to Jan. 2 after Dr. Alex
ander Schiff reported Robinson
suffering from such a severe head
cold Monday that he could not be
m condition for the fight
Meanwhile, bookies said all bets
on the fight were automatically
cancelled beause of the postpone
ment. runnier had been favored
at m to
5 in man-to-man wager
Trophy Bin Honor
For Paul Hornung
SOUTH BEND, Ind.. Dec. .6
Paul Hornung couldn't believe he
naa won tne Heisman Trophy,
symbolic of the nation's top col college
lege college football player, because "I
thought they were k'ddmg me."
"I didn't actually think I had a
chance for it in the first place,"
hp saiH "I.ikp inm.lim.i ivh.n
But it meant the happiest dar
of my life to win it. I don't think I
ever received an honor which
equalled this for myself or my
Hornung, a 20-year-old blond T T-formatioh
formatioh T-formatioh quarterback from Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky., won the trophy with f, f,-066
066 f,-066 points against 904 for Johnny
Majors of Tennessee and 973 for
Tommy McDonald of Oklahoma.
His victory was by the narrowest
margin ever in the history of the
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Andy Cohen Singles Out
Catcher Cobos As His
No. 1 Hero Of Game
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Manager Andv Cohen, whose
Chesterfield Smokers last night
beat Cerveza Balboa 4 to 1 be
hind the eight-hit pitching of
Alberto Osorio, today singled out
catcher Marcos Cobos as his
"personal choice" for the night's
"individual hero" title.
Cohen spoke glowingly of oso
rio, rookie third baseman Carlos
Heron and shortstop Sugenlo
Houradeau, but the pleased skip skipper
per skipper of (he defending champions
had special praise for the unas
suming backstop who is starting
his first season as first-string
receiver for the Smokers.
"Heron slaved third like a
prq," said Cohen,7 and Hour Houradeau
adeau Houradeau was just short of brl brl-liant
liant brl-liant at short, but maybe what
many of the spectators failed
to appreciate was Cobos' ex excellent
cellent excellent handling of Osorio's
"For me his Judgment hi call
ing the pitches and his steady steadying
ing steadying of Mamavlla especially when
he (Osorio) tired somewhat In
the late innings, overshadowed
even his two hits and two RBI's.
I expect great things of that
The Smokers, who played
without the services of two reg regulars,
ulars, regulars, outfielder Bobby prescott
and third baseman. Clyde parris,
who are holdouts, had rookies
Copa Diaz and Ed Napoleon in
left and right fields.
Both youngsters appeared un unsteady
steady unsteady defensively, and it seem seemed
ed seemed Napoleon misjudged a fly
ball that dropped In for a dou double
ble double to push home the only run
off Osorio, in the eighth.
Osorio, who said after the
game that he used mostly a
"low-b r e a k I n g curve and
change-up," got a nice start
when his mates came up with
three runs in the, first, the
principal blows being a double
by Heron and a srngle by Ma Ma-nlto
nlto Ma-nlto Bernard.
The Other insurance run jcamo
in the fifth.
All of the Smoker tallies were
given up by Winston Brown who
went four and one-third frames
and was followed to the mound
first by Stanley Arthurs and lat
er by Carlos Thome.
Hector Lopez, who had been a
holdout up to noon yesterday a a-greed
greed a-greed to terms with the Cerve-
ceria front office and had two
hits last night.
Pitcher Humberto Robinson,
who has not yet signed a con
tract, was another Smoker not
in uniform for 'the opener.
An estimated 10,000 fans saw
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr. get the season underway
when he threw a one-bouncer to
the plate from his position on
Ernestito, who blamed his
bad pitch on a "sore arm,"
was accompanied by the First
Lady and members of h's of official
ficial official family. The entire party
remained in the presidential
box until the game was over.
A power failure at the stadium
held up the opener for 15 min
LONDON (UP) -Nino Valdes,
209-pound Cuban heavyweight, was
awarded a technical knockout vic victory
tory victory over Dick Richardson Tues-
day night when the 202"2 pound
.ngusnman lauea to answer me
bell for the ninth round of their
scheduled 10-rounder at Hairing-
MILAN, Italy (UP) Fausto
Gardini, Italy's fiery tennis star,
beat the Italian Tennis Federation
to the draw Tuesday. The feder
ation announced it was suspend
ing the one-time No, 1 player for
tearing up his card in a fit of
anger, but it made little difference
since Gardini had announced earl earlier
ier earlier he was quitting the game for
PHILADELPHI A(UP) Clar
ence Peaks, hard-running back
Michigan 'State, has been
signed for the 1957 National Foot
ball League season by the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Eagles. Peaks was the
team's first draft choice in last
week's preliminary draft.
NEW YORK (Urt The 41st
Springarn Medal will be presented
to Brooklyn Dodger star Jackie
Robinson at a luncheon in his
honor on Saturday. The medal is
awarded annually By the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People to a Negro
American for distinguished
BOSTON (UP) Olympic cham champions
pions champions Harold Connolly, Charley
Jenkins and Tenley Albright will
be the guests of honor at a Boston
Chamber of Commerce lunch and
parade Dec. 12.
utes with the Smokers at bat m
the first inning.
A minute of silence was held
for the late President Jose An Antonio
tonio Antonio Remon, a great baseball
fan who was assassinated near nearly
ly nearly two years ago, before the start
of the second frame.
League activity will, be resum resumed
ed resumed tomorrow night at the sta stadium
dium stadium when the Carta vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees make their first appear appearance
ance appearance this season against the
Dutch Romberger and Tom
f5fl have been nnounced
as starting pitchers by Yankea
maanger Billy Shantarid Co-
Casares One Yard
Ahead of Malson In
Pro Ball Carrying
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6 (UP)-.
Rick Casares of the Chicai
Bears, held to only 45 yards
last Sunday's 42-10 loss to the De.
roit Lions, had only a one yard
Matson of the Ch'
"f "11"11.' today in the race
ipr ball-carrying honor in the Na National
tional National Football League.
rolled up 818 m.
tempts for a ni.J
thus far this CmT
y.?me. on.192 cie$ for an
U1 01 yards.
The Bears' Eddie Brown main main-tamed
tamed main-tamed his lead in th. ...- xi
-.. iuiUMcuuns or 13 naa
thrown. He h tr.H ..,?.!,$?
clowns and an average gain of
I'L?.?!-"" rank "Pi with
u o.jt average.
Bilfy Wilson of the San V.Bl.
co 49ers increased his lead as the
best pass receiver by snaring five
OB 'Sunday to give him 47 fnr t
yards and three touchdowns
In scoring, Detroit's Bobby
Layne held the lead with 90 points,
followed by Casares with 78. Tht
Rams' Norm Van Brocklin retain retained
ed retained his punting mastery for tht
third week, averaging .42:7 yards
Ken Konz of the Browns led in
punt returns with an averige run run-back
back run-back of 16.7 yards, while Tom Wil Wilson
son Wilson of Los Angeles was ton in
kickoff returnsv with an average of
League Meeting At
Tonight at 7 o'clock the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Twilight baseball league will
hold a meeting to determine
whether this year's season will
be a 3-team or 4-team affair.
To date only Powells, Navy
and Cristobal High School havt
applied for franchise. The
league, however, has put out
feelers for a 4th team and with
the available local talent, expect
to flel da 4-team league for 1957.
Any players not siened bv an
other team, are Invited to at attend
tend attend this meeting, information
regaramg the league can be ob obtained
tained obtained by calling league presi president,
dent, president, Carl Newhard at Cristobal
Of Baseball Bids
To Be Voted Upon
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec.
(UP) Baseball officials vote to today
day today on a "last stand" amendment
to prohibit them from signing col college
lege college players durine their first tm
years in school or during any ac academic
ademic academic year of their college ca
General Manager George Sis Sister
ter Sister Jr. of Rochester, who helped
draft the proposal, called it "tht
least repulsive to organized base baseball"
ball" baseball" of any previous proposal tt
hem protect college talent.
"If this one doesn't get by,"
Sister said, "I don't know if we'll
ever come up with something that
Currently, college players cat
be signed to professional con contracts
tracts contracts until the end of their fresh freshman
man freshman year, but are banned from
signing until they finish tht bal balance
ance balance of their college training.
The proposed amendment would
allow no contract signing through
the end of the second year in cot
lege, and then would allow con contract
tract contract offers only during the. sum summer
mer summer months between a boy's soph sophomore
omore sophomore and junior years and be between
tween between the junior and senior years.
RSDAT, DECEMBER 6, 1956
TIB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
he Champion Who Had to Beat Himself First
-. . ... "V
d Guys, Ways Out With
tterson s Fresh Slant
YORK, Dec. 6 (NEA)
r IUJU ObWVi OKJkl O AUUA-
Archie Moore gave boxing
Mllv frpsh slant, in more
one thing, it rid the
1 1- A. 1 1 1 3 a .1 J
. lomethine it has been
by since Joe Louis "re
The protracted run
guys wasn't halted with
Hvnt nf Bnrlru Marrla.no.
oDDOsltion. Even The Rock
tired of putting lumps on
heads. There were Ezzard
in the comeback and fl-
ve aravDearas necessarily
to bow out on the sad side,
Walcott against Marcia-
A Moore attains t Patterson.
fall apart all at once. As
V I .111 LW 111 Mil l.SIO I1I1RI,III1C
fellows are smart enough
pr vniMiirKT.prs. mi., in l.nt-
ii fri.i. i . r t
terson nutting the venera-
oore m a rocKins cnair nas
tremendous influence on
UKai nay auuu ouu-iicin.
er 15-rounder for the mld-
lght wreath at. Madison
c uaiucu, jan. nuuin.iuu
ii i q nn uncu nr a a unnrn
e's not oreciseiv a sorinzer
and spotting the sturdy
er 11 vears.
matches also are parallel
h.i. i .si, srnnn "n r ir-
believe that Robinson
flatten or badly hurt Pull
such an extent that be request
ed a postponement.
Constantine D'Amato, is as re refreshing
freshing refreshing as his- tiger.
Cus D'Amato, a stocky, 45-year-old
man whose eyes add :o
the intensity of a face under a
shock of crew cut gray hair, re relieves
lieves relieves the heavyweight cham-
of 'plonship of intrigue and subter
fuge. There were no underworld
characters associated with Pat Patterson
terson Patterson on the way up. At one
time, D'Amato, as tough physi physically
cally physically as he is forthright, threat threatened
ened threatened to pack a gun to keep .hem
away. Strange as it may seem
in the beak busting business,
especially in more recent years,
here is a manager who puts prin principle
ciple principle ahead of money.
Pint of fhrtt dispatches
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (NEA) -The
whole thing fell into place
when Floyd Patterson loaded up
on Archie Moore with a left hook
in the fifth round and became the
youngest heavyweight champion
When you examine the record,
MANAGER,; there seemed. to be no other way
this somber and fast-fistea 21-year-old
-It is full of tales such as the
19,52 Olympics. Patterson was in
a Dutch fighter. The referee step stepped
ped stepped in and clucked the guy under
the chin because he was ducking
too low. Patterson did the samel
thin with a left hook and his op-!
ponent had to be helped home.
Floyd flattened a Russian in 25
seconds for a gold medal.
There was the start of his pro professional
fessional professional career. He wasn't just
another four-round fighter. Patter Patterson
son Patterson was something special After
his third bout, a New York boxing
commissioner yelped that some
kid would be hurt if Patterson
wasn't forced to fight main-event
Two and a half years ago, Cus
D'Amato wa$ drinking dark Ger
man beer in a restaurant next io
wav the afternoon'by saying. "Pat
terson will be 184 pounds when he
beats Rocky. Msrciano for the
heavyweight championship." The
fighter was a middleweignt then.
IT'S YOUR BABY, FLOYD
Prize fighting has always gone
with the heavyweight cham champion,
pion, champion, so D'Amaco is now in posi position
tion position to clean it un D'Amato will
string along with Jim Norris, but i his gymnasium and he talked
Ik. I n :. 1 1 . f. ifiHH "i
uie interna uwiai auxin jiuu
has nothing in writing, so the
manager is in position to set up
another promoter in case he
doesn't get that to which he
considers Patterson richly entitled.
ONE POINT IS CRYSTAL
clear. D'Amato will Insist on
having a voice In television ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Right up until he got the
match with Hurricane Tommy
Jackson, through which Patter Patterson
son Patterson qualified for the crack at
trie crown, D'Amato had his dif differences
ferences differences with Octopus, Inc.
"wnatever promotional talents
th IBC hml have ntrnnhlpri'." he
ariy, or have all the woxst remarked. D'Amato, you see,
an AS It rails a nnr Tne ti i ..n
S V i u v' T TVV0 UU 0 WW-
Robby gets is that, where
sun ia a uunmier. r uuuiei
ctly a plodding mauler.
ii i.w. vaiv. aavv wiiai rL-
did to Moore, Ezzard
ea announced his retire-
and Robinson was seized
respiratory infection to
as he did gloves when he work
ed with his pupils.
"Things in boxing will change
when I manage the heavyweight
champion," he added.
The changes can't corns too
som and necessarily have to be
for the better.
THf RiCORD A DISPUTED
ioSs to Joey Maxim the only im imperfectionis
perfectionis imperfectionis added evidence that
there never was a question about
Fioyd's eventual' success.
But take a walk with Patterson
through the neighborhood in which
he grew up, talk to him about his
riu tn thr inn It is. vou find, a
lot different from what the record;
When "Floyd Patterson was 12,
he could not -read. He would not
talk. He was the third in a fami family
ly family of nine children and he lived in
a seamv. coia-waiei wunuavw
inniMTl ant tn Rronklvn's Bedford
Stuvvesant section, now regarded
as New York City's toughest a-
Garbage-litterea street c
Floyd's playgrounds, shabby mo movie
vie movie houses his world of entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. He fought schooling in a
blunt manner attended only
when his mother took time out
from raising the big ; family to
jump on him in particular.
To while away time, he would
start up milk trucks at a garage
in his neighborhood. Once, a driv driver
er driver caught him at it. Frightened he
drove the truck home, seven
blocks away. I
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Rave Notices About Pheenom
Wilt The Stilt' Chamberlain
Are Apparently Unexaggerated
NEW YORK.'Dec. (UP) lead in the second half in edging
Remember all those "impossi- j Wisconsin, 54-50, while Ohio State
ble" rave notices basketball! salvaged some Big Ten prestige
coaches were giving Wilt (The by spanking Pittsburgh, 100-tt, as
Stilt) Chamberlain? Well, they; big Prank Howard scored 29
may be true
The s e v e n-foot Philadelphia
point machine, who decided to go
to Kansas and broke the hearts of
dozens of other hopeful coaches
Ia another major upset, Colo Colorado
rado Colorado University opened Its season
under new Coach Russell Walseta
by turning ba.k Oregon State,
IE FIGHTLESS IRISH. . To ludire bv alumni r portion
ii mmw rw ill ra l in ma a vnn wn l l i- .. t i l . 1
iw Aame iuuiumi ouacn ws 5ircnKtnnca ratner
WeaKened OV the an on sh mr wranir Tjohv Moor Tn urksi
11ntn1fitnlnn1 a n .J. 1-1- 1. 1 . .
Uw(vWiiy a iu a-b ma yuuunui sucucssoi. Leanv Diam-
f. xnunnu cpq enn i v uinn u inm i 1 i i
and old-school tie pride. . "The first Notre Dame team
w ... wmmti HUV Vt ail.
if-rp WM.K nn men ia lammi rh jk. j
- --; r wmrnwm OHVU MWUI VIUBIiaiL
one 01 tneir own. The Hrhunr Irish don't ia.k a nra...
of fighting among themselves. Elmer Layden, of our
v uiutvu wmj hhu DMl iasie una CHllCU ill in puoiiciiy
U'"J w" iciurca un a 1 nrucram (lurinr me sa-
and reportedly was turned down by Brennan when he
i. i n p 1 ra m srnr Man 1 Hnrntinv l- ..k4 n il.
U alfUKK LKAVR. . Tip urflv th.. rrQmA nrae n1axrl XTnt,
lucky to get a 7-7 stand-oil with Army. EUaie Erdelatz.
nuvuHiiii Wvj UIU All CAL.C11C11L UU, . H.III1
i miss winning oy mucn. '. . ao did the Cottoil Bowl rep-
tauve wno smi preferred them over Syracuse, notwitn-
lrw r.np nannvv Hut th iom kn.. a,,n wr a
hpprr orhiroi'iltr ...ilnl U i t ,,
u ya-i-ij aia npi jusuiy us presence m a New year s Day
-- J 1VW(UU
r. Is nnr rpnpatprt In a wnrn r, 'om oil nr ctou Knma
arn sn nnrrK wniiifi nav v.,n tiiiv that i:aw. via iin..
WOrdx Wlrr "I It n n u uiku I an jininv It ik.. K...
i inic ill urn.n arm., muri i. n . ni .1 i,.k
only jcame in which the Soldiers did not lose the ball at
once was in the opener atainst V. M. I. Aeainst Michiran
av in Ihpir wind nn hv had vhi tnmhU and
r uuBswiavMvaa w V VV0 klivill UTTW mill
1.1. iL... 1 i ; a., . a a a
be sure you don't mention the horrid word "fumble."
life you lose my be your own.
. VI'V t: LI.'' .' T I 1 HT. II 1 1 tt.1 1 n
onii oiiiiinu iuu . m wcui luiik in inc r nvn Kai-
1 1 rv 1 i'.ii r vi 1 11 1 1 h 1 i.m 1 1' i- k ., vfv 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u un r nn t nnr t n
nto to greet the newest addition to his cauliflower corral,
neni, a reiormea enusn ama.eur neavyweignt cham cham-.
. cham-. And guess who just happened to be there at the same
? Rocky Marciano, who banked half a million under
manasempnr.. irn ret.iren tn pnn his namp tn an antn.
i.pr rnir.nminir rno iiiiit-ci P3 nr. m n uiiiim Kimnn 1 e
and Dracula. Did the two meet? Was Weill armed? Did
come out swinging?. . "I bumped into him at the Va-
Club Saturday night. I introduced him to my new fieht-
He said he liked the way the, boy is built. He told every-
at the club he has no intention of fighting again, and I
to believe he means' what he says."
the economic and international situations do not worsen.
11 Hir. triarciami n naLLpnnr mm minrnci never laiirn
the sadists, and Patterson was sensational in spades in
heavyweight champion, except Tunney, found the siren
of the box-office irrestible and came back for more. .
is the type sf song Rocky has always liked. . and being
nr. n 1 1 n 1 -. --wnar rMrpr nopamp ni le o
was a ton choice for the Cotton BoWl but was stymied
late aate witn Miam of r ioriria. A nereat tv tne cracker
HVAI tllnll 1 j4 Uoiia r. I tlAMlUaa l.i mkU m-axtiA.
t v va iiiv vvob viiv a bhuivih wv uiwvil Y vuwgVi
defeat figures tobe their lot Saturday. Marciano got
out ot the SEP series. One peep at Mocre at the
he looked his age and it was brought into even sharper
as ne stood alongside the young, strong, vibrant Patter-
No knowing fight follower, studying the contrast, would
bet a quarter on him. And vet. incredibly, the odds
rn inn m pmi.,f. 11 H .1 n m ui.i.r niKi urn a flu. cam.
... . T- -r
c oil-town nnrsp niavprs mint pt a npw trarir nrrt n
he horses will The Belmont surface is to done over, and
is the nature of the operation that turf and hurdle events
be dropped from the season's program. This will come as
uering Dlow to practically everybody in racing except the
national college football chain
pions today, by th United Press
Board of Coaches.
This marked the second consec-
Hl HAD FEW FRIENDS. "I al- titfve season and the third time in
wavs stayed alone," he recalls.!the past seven years that Coach
m mom used to play h6okeyjBud Wilkinson's men were voted
with me, but his mother told me the honor,
one day he had been sent away Twenty-six of the 35 leading
somewhere. I guess he did some- coaches, whose weekly ratings
thine lhve tecome recognized as the
anX. flio at anv oenal institution most authoritative in college foot foot-will
will foot-will show this is a typical back- L-all, picked Oklahoma tops in the
ground for inmates. Young Floyd's final ballot of the season. Five
mother didn't have to be told. Shelothers voted for second-ranked
iiened papers which sent her son Vennessee, three for third-ranked
t the Wiltwvck School, an institiutlowa, and one for sixth-ranked
Hon for oroblem children at Eso 'iiami (Fla.). Oklahoma's point point-on"
on" point-on" N Y ltotat of 337 w,s Ju8t 13 short of
It was here that Patterson turn jerfect score.
ed, almost naturally ii eecineu,
Oklahoma Repeats As National
College Football Champions
NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP) -Ok-eams will play in New Yeas
lahoma's slick Sooners. who crush-Day bowl games. Oklahoma is in in-ed
ed in-ed every rival in sight and piled eligible for the Orange Bowl be be-up
up be-up a modern record of 40 consecu- cause of the Big Seven Confer
tive victories, were voted the 1956 cncc;s no-repeat rule. Tennessee is
headed for th Sugar Bowl, Iowa
the road that brought him to the
championship, insteaa oi v.ic ic
To Receive Trophy
Wilkinson and the Sooners will
..j he fniinrl the school an un- be presented the United Press na
riprstandine place the surround-.tional championship trophy on the
1mm tiniinfrir nlpasatlt
illK vuuiinj 1 ...
"After the streets, I found I lik liked
ed liked the country," he reelects.
"There would be only 10 kids m
a class. In Brooklyn mere ww -it
and the teacher couldn t pay
nationally televised Ed Sullivan
show over the Columbia Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting System next Sunday
In sweeping through their third
lot and the teacher couldn t pay j consecutive perfect season, the
attention to anybody like me who Sooners averaged 46.6 points for
wasn't keeping up. their 10 games and also set a
"I'd pay attention and try the major college rushing record by
,nrir ami I beean to find out it averaging 391 yards per game.
wasn't as hard as I thought it During the H weeks of the sea
for the Rose Bowl, Georgia Tech
for the Gator Bowl, and Syracuse
for the Cotton Bowl.
Baylor, also in the Sugar Bowl,
headed the second 10 group, fol followed
lowed followed in order by Pittsburgh
((iatdr Bowl), Oregon State (Rose
Bowl;, Texas Christian (Cotton
Howl). Southern California. Wyo
ming, Yale, Colorado (Orange
bowi),. Navy ana iiuke.
Texas Western, fenn State, Ohio
State, Houston, Army and Arizona
(Tempe) State were other teams
that received points in the final
made his college debut Monday i 67-58, and Murrav Guttman's 35-
night and the results indicate he! foot set shot enabled Toledo to
may really be a "superman
Chamberlain scored 52 points
and grabbed 31 rebounds both
school records to lead Kansas
in an 87-69 rout of Northwestern.
A delighted throng of 15,000 at
Lawrence, Kans., watched The
Stilt rack up 20 baskets and 12
free throws. He had every shot in
the book, but mostly ha just
reached up and crammed the ball
through the basket. He scored the
first eight poiitof the game and
all of the first IT points that Kan Kansas
sas Kansas tallied.
RuRlck Foul. Out
"The Stilt," who calls himself
"The dipper," wasn't playing
against any midgets, either. Joe
Ruklick, Northwestern's 6-9 sopho
more, gave Chamberlain the best
battle he could but -fouled out with
s:43 to go aner scoring 23 points
to lead the Wildcats.
Chamberlain broke the all-time
Kansas record of 44 points held by
Clyde Lovellette and B.H. Born,
and he broke the rebound record
of 24 held by Lew Johnson. About
the only rap you could pin on him
was that he missed eight free
Northwestern hardly notcied.
The debut of the giant whom
many coaches say will "revolu "revolutionize"
tionize" "revolutionize" the whole game, of
course, overshadowed other devel developments
opments developments in the young basketball
season Monday night.
Nebraska lumped on to an ear early
ly early lead against Iowa and went on
to upset the Big Ten defending
champions, 67-43. Rex Ekwall led
the winners with 15 points, one
more than teammate Ron Parson.
Butlar Ideas Wisconsin
Sutler almost blew a 13-point
down Niagara, 91-89, in overtime.
Fhewhere, Gary Thompson's 35
points paced Iowa State to a 92-73
victory over Houston; Utah won
its 30th straight home floor gamt
by defeating the touring Univer University
sity University of Hawaii, 94-61; center Mike
Moran scored 26 points in leading
Marquette to a 77-53 triumph
over St. Norbert; Fordham tram
pled Toronto, 87-35; Kentucky wal- J
loped Miami (Fla.), 114-75; St.
Bonaventure whipped Siena, 86-44;
Southern Methodist downed Mc-
Murry, 113-36, and Kansas Stat
turned back Texas Tech, 90-84.
MIAMI, Fla. (UP)- Reverie
Knoll Farm's Romanita, a $10,000
bargain who won $140,420, today
was named the champion two-year
old filly of 1958 by the selections
board of the Toroughbred Racing
Today E neon to .25-. 71
Neville Brand In
"Riot In Cell Block 11"
Dane Clark en
"The Toughest Man Alive"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Jane Russell in
"MEET IN LAS VEGAS"
Cornell Wilde in
son, Oklahoma was out ot nrst
place only once, when it yielded
to Michigan State in the Oct. 24
In addition to their 26 first-place
would be. I began to learn.
TWO YEARS LATER, PATTIA"
SON came out of Wiltwyck with
his sights set.
t .ant tn make a lot of mon
ey fighting and take care of my votes, the Sooners received seven
cj V6 .. P .J enhnnl j i i-ij
mother, ne annouiiKru j ior secona-piace, one ior wiiru
principal. and one for fifth. With points dis-
Five years later, his. left hand tributed on the basis ot 10 for a
caused Archie Moore to s t r a y first-place vote, nine for a second,
from his senses. The next day, iamj g0 on (jown (0 one for a 10th
Patterson received a check forjpja.c vote) Oklahoma had 337 of a
1114,000. His family lives m "HpossiDie 350 points
mom house at suouroan
Volt Unboattn And Untied
Runnerup Tennessee, also virv-
Vernon, N. Y. He lives m a a
section of Queens with his wife,
o i. ,r,A now daughter, bene-
. I I'nrilll.H 91,(1 HA 1 I II I .a
ca. tie anves a v". "7-iDeaien ana unuea in to games,
lunch with the Mayor of New YorK hfld m and mct.heiten
But it was not as easy as e I(WJ had 247. After that came
sports-page record shows. Georgia Tech with 211 points, Tex-
T i u -iulas AaM wSth 202. Miami with 134,
NIXT: The enimpin Michigan with 115. Syracuse with
Hallandale, Fla. -. (NEA)
Trainer Phil Reuier is on w
Florida racing scene for the 31
straight year. He is one of the
last of the old guard which in introduced
troduced introduced thoroughbred hoisa
racing to the south.
63, Minnesota with 60, and Michi
gan State with 55.
Oddly, only four of these top 10
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Jean Beliveau Leads
League Scoring Race
MONTREAL, Pec. 6 (UP)-Big
Jean Beliveau, last year's Nationa Nationa-al
al Nationa-al Hockey League scoring cham champion,
pion, champion, broke loose with a seven seven-point
point seven-point spree last week to gain a
six-point lead over Detroit's Ted
Lindsay in the current race.
The Montreal center had 10
goals and 23 assists for 33 points,
including bunday s games, com compared
pared compared to Lindsay's 10 goals and
However, Detroit's production
line of Lindsay, Gordie Howe and
Norm Ullman grabbed three of the
first five places. Howe Was trail trailing
ing trailing Lindsay with 25 points.
Bert Olmstead of Montreal, who
set a new NHL assists mark last
year, was fourth, three points be behind
hind behind Howe. Ullman. the young cen center
ter center who pivots and Howe-Lindsay
unit, was a point back with 21.
order in time for
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Taken $2 Million
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Dec. flTP
Former State Auditor OvIDs V.
IIkJk. 1 LI 1 II A i
of as much as 2VS million dollars,
a million more than at first be believed,
lieved, believed, auditors' figures showed
An independent audit of the im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned Hodge's fantastic finan financial
cial financial maneuvers revealed that
questionable or improper state
caecks and travel vouchers totaled
some 2W million.
However, the report by the firm
of Peat, Narwick, Mitchell and
o. of Chicago, did not flatly state
that Hodge embezzled all of the
Hodge, a fast -rising figure in
Pevoiican politics who had de designs
signs designs on the governorship, was
sentenced to 12-15 years in prison
for stealing state money through
a phony check scheme.
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Tomorrow for Folks
In, Near Uniforms
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UP)
Some 2 million dependents
of servicemen become eligible
tomorrow or medical care by
civilian doctors and hospitals
with the government paying
virtually all the cost. 7
The broad scale medical
health plan authorized by the
last Congress Is designed to in insure
sure insure medical care to military fa families
milies families if military physicians and
facilities are not available.
The problem Is expected to
cost at least $80 million annual annually.
ly. annually. It will be handled through
contracts with private healthMnr-
Thus far. the Defense Denart-
ment has signed contracts cov
ering medical care In 42 states,
Hawaii. Puerto Rico, and Alas
ka. Negotiations are still goi
on for medical care In sift stnt-J
Texas. Rhode Island. Ohio.
Maine, Alabama and Idaho.'
Under the nropmm wrion de
pendents of servicemen are
tTted bv civilian doctors in
civilian hospitals the rvjcemen
must nay the first 9,5 of the
hospital cost and the govern
ment will pay the rest.
TOKYO. Dec. ft CTTP'i.-Fran.
Ols nardinal Knpllman of Vm
York arrived In Tokvo Tsst mht
for a short stonover in Jannn
on his way home from th wu-
charistic Congress in the Philip Philippines.
pines. Philippines. Cardinal Soellman Is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to leave Janan Sptnrdav eve evening
ning evening after visits to U.S. milita
ry installations in Japan. 1 j
The Cardinal told reporters
that he would not visit Korea
this year but instead would be
in Thule. ftreenlanri. Christmas
Day to celebrate with GI's there.
Cardinal Spellman has spent
the last five Christmases with
American troops in Korea.
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binding twine seen above. It is seven feet, live inches in
diameter and weighs 4035 pounds. He uses his tractor to wind
the ball. Friends and neighbors save twine for him and he
thinks nothing of driving 25 miles to get a trunkful of broken
wine. Pictured with him are his two grandsons, Richard and
-lie Collins,- of Crescent City, Calif.
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Over Baghdad Pad;
Accuse Turks, Iraq A
LONDON, Dec. 6 (UP) The
Moslem world stepped up its
campaign today against the
Baghdad Pact, and a high Egyp Egyptian,
tian, Egyptian, official accused Turkey and
irao or being indirectly involved
in the Anglo-French assault on
Moscow rad'o accused Israel
of planning to hold on to part
of the Sinai peninsula and
said the western campaign of
"blackmail and intimidation"
of Syria and Jordan had
brought new strain to the
The Israeli withdrawal from
the Sinai Desert came under
discussion today at the Israeli
town of El Arish on the Medi Mediterranean
terranean Mediterranean Sea between Mai.
Gen.'E. L. M. Burns, head of the
U N. police force, and Maj. Gen.
Moshe Dayan, Israeli chief of
Israel has not laid permanent
claim to the Sinai Desert but
has indicated it will demand
guarantees the peninsula will
not be used for Arab suicide com commando
mando commando operations against Israel
before a final withdrawal of Is Israeli
raeli Israeli troops is ordered.
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THE HAGUE, Holland, Dec. 6-(UP)-The
Dutch air force
setyched a $280,000 jet fighter
plane from its roster yesterday be
cause it has two pilots named
Pilot Henk Vendrig was whis-
umg through the blue near the
Volkel air base in his Thunder-
sireaK jet wnen a radio message
crackled: "Henk. your Diane is on
vendrig pulled the emergency
eerd and catapulted out; As he
pmchuted safely to earth, he no noticed
ticed noticed his plane streak down and
crushwithout a sign of flames.
It turned out that pilot Henk
Van Dommelen .was taxiing on an
airport runway below at the time
when his plane did catch fire. A
pilot behind him shouted the
warning heard by the airborne
Van Dommelen's plane was on
ly blistered before ground drews
put out the blaze.
Dies On Being
faken To Hospital
Thomas Peters a 27-year-old tal of 52 flights were cancelled
Panamanian clerk In the Com- ftt La Guardia airport between
missary Division at Mt Hope4.32 a.m, and 7:30 a.m.
was pronounced dead Tuesdav
night shortly after being taken
to (joco solo Hospital in an un
Peters resided in Rainbow
Before admission to the hos hospital
pital hospital he reportedly suffered from
symptoms which suggested pos possible
sible possible cardiac failure. An autopsy
is being made.
12 French coin
1 Nevada city
2 Sacred image
3 Farthest oft
5 Dutch cheese
13 Arabian gulf
14 Persian poet
Ifl f ormer
2 1 China
24 Famed uncle
7 Literary 25 Wake robin 41 Lady's tMe
scraps 26 Aroma 42 Group of
g Balance 27 Woolliest three
0 Portent 28 Linen 43 Tear
10 Unusual raveling 44 Chilled
1 1 bien 29 Fliers 46 Greek let
, .17, Represen- 31 Philippine 47 California
tative J seaport town
19 Tries 33 Tapestry 48 Metric
' 23 Get up 38 Pure measure
24 Bristle 40 Goods 50 Placed
V. Slanted type
36 Amount (ab. )
37 one time
39 Soak flax
41 Scottish name
42 Court hearing
51 Hearing organ
52 Arrow poison,
53 Girl's name
54 Health resort
56 Group of
57 Scottish cap
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2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
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further details call 3-3337 or
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looking S.A.S. commissary,
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WANTED: Canal Zone home
for 16 month, white, intelligent
and affectionate girl with good
habits. All expenses paid. Ap Applicant
plicant Applicant must leva children, havo
good morals and customs. Writ
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particulars with references.
Cot Thlir Kfckf
From a 36?
Dec. 6 (UP) Four Amor Amor-lean
lean Amor-lean soldiers wtn captured a
youth at gunpoint in front of
a local movie house and raced
off with his legs hanging out
of their car window will be
courtmartialed for their ac actions,
tions, actions, German police said to
But the "victim" will also
face the same Army court, po police
lice police added. He was a friend of
the other four G.Is who staged
the gangland kidnapping "to
kick up some excitement in
tpwn for a change."
Dense Fog Over NY
Air, Sea Travel
NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP)
A dense fog over the New York
metropolitan area today disrupt disrupted
ed disrupted air, land and water travel.
The unseasonal weather
temperature in the low 50's with
100 Der cent humiditv cajsed
'the fog to form shortly after
ST dawn its density had re-
H11.0H vtclhflir., rn Rn foot a tn.
Do It Now
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Dec. 6
(UP) The Cincinnati Post has
received its first Christmas card
of the season from Postmaster
HobartW. Wehking who has
been urging for weeks to "mail
your Christmas cards early."
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commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
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PHILLIPS Oce.ns.de Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phon Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
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sino. Casino. Phon Balboa 1866.
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located, to b built as requir required
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dical Medical Center Building, 5th Ave.
end 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 hours.
Bad For Music;
Not For Cheese
NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP)
Elaine Malbtn, concert and opera
singer, said today that pianist
Jose Itttrbi set the cause of good
music back years by a fuddy-
duddy approach to performing
with a beautiful woman."
Iturbl yesterday cancelled his
engagement to do Christmas car
oft on the Perry Como television
show Dec. 22 because he felt
singer Rosemary Clooney was
Miss Malbin added: "By refus refusing
ing refusing to perform with, as you call
it, 'cheesecake', you are implying
that the only singers worth per performing
forming performing with are the ugly ones.
el like, to feet mat we win noi oe
together tor a wnne.
70, Dies; Funeral
Mrs. Gertrude Young, a long
time Colon resident, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Amador Guerrero Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, she was 70 years old.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 2 p.m. in St. Mary's
Church, Rainbow City.
Mrs. oune is survived by her
husband, Philip, her daughters,
Mrs. Louise Knight, of Colon;
Mrs. Edith Walker, or Rainoow
City; and Mrs. Beatrice Tyson
of the Bronx, N.Y., in addition
to four grandchildren.
LONDON, Dec. 6 (UP) A
British newspaper correspondent
ssid today that Princess Grace
of Monaco is allowed to leave
royal palace only when her nus-
band, Prince Rainier, gives her
Daily Mail correspondent Olga
Franklin said "Rainier commands
his kingdom and his pretty wife
with unswerving strictness.
"Soirited American girls do not
like to be locked jp for a few
months even in a pretty pink
palace," she wrote, "and locked
uo is more or less what Grace
Despite this, said Miss Franklin
the royal couple are happy.
Izvestia Says US
Plans To Train
Refugees As Spies
LONDON, Dec. 6 (UP)-The So
viet government newspaper Izves
tia charged today that the United
States is accepting Hungarian ret
ugees in order to train them as
"wreckers, murderers and spies
"to be sent back to Hungary.
"It is a olan for bare-faced A
merican interference in the inter
nal affairs of Hungary and the
er peoples' democracies under the
signboard of the .United Nations,"
the newspaper said according to
radio Moscow broadcast.
For Second Kate
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 8
(UP) The owner of a grain ele
vator which caught fire was
looking today for someone to
take 75,000 bushels of charred
popcorn off his hands.
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sary necessary utensils. Washing ma machine,
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NOTHING TO CARP AT-Wllliam Buckeridge, of Oconomo
woe, Wis., has a "hot" icebox. He puts carp, of which Wiscon
sin has an oversupply, in the ice chamber and builds a firel
in the box proper. The end product is smoked carp, which!
Buckeridge says is a delicious way of disposing of the state 1
surplus fish, population. w4ir
SOI n OUT Walter Bird points to a sign telling of his recent
"biggest" sale in his London antique shop. The unusual trans
rfion nr-r-urred when Georae Gottfried, of New York City, wai
shopping in Bird's store. After spending about 100 pounds,
Gottfried suddenly asked if he could buy everything in the shop.
The owner agreed, and arrangements are being made for ship
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER fi, 1951
PANAMA AMERICA All INDEPENDENT DAILY NVWSPAPER
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
By WILSON SCRUGGS
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
ONE CANNOT R.AME THE
IF ONLY TP PRAVW A HAZACOUS
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DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
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of the alphabet correipondinf to the numorili on tha lint of tht astro astrological
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WATUKE MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR THE
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Skunk Story 1,977: .Never Sow Him ;
Sheriff and Kitty
Meet, Part Friends
ROCKAWAY. N.J. -(UP)
Police Chief Andrew Chipko did a
favor for a skunk and it repaid
him the best way it could.
The skunk just wandered away
without doing anything.
Chipko was called when the
akunk was found wandering on a
lawn. Its snout was caught in a
discarded jelly jar where It ap-
Chipko broke the glass with
Oh, That's You
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) Den Den-uty
uty Den-uty U. S. Marshall Joseph A. Gil-
liland Jr. thinks it's time to get
a new photograph for his ldenti ldenti-ficatioiLcardi
ficatioiLcardi ldenti-ficatioiLcardi GiUiland showed his card to a
Norfolk housewife while searching
her neighborhood for a probation
She studied the picture careful
ly, then shaking her head said,.
"I don't believe I've ever seen
that, man around here."
NOW YOU ASK ME, It SAY
PRIN6U? WILL B6 SALMP
by Frve Touchdowns
What's the Idea?
ppipmf i ii 1 1 1 1 M ii
Pa I CAN'T STAND ANYStHAT THING?
UNTIL WE (PSt
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"The critter took a deep breath,
gave me a long and thoughtful
look and meandered awav." ChiD-1
ko says. 1 Suppose he was grate-
small stone and then stood by'ful and so was I."
RELAX AND ENJOY
The ROYALTY of RADIO and TV
THURSDAY, Dec. 1956
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:11 Godfrey Time
4:30 Santa 'r Worshop
5:00 Western Matlnea
- (Dude Bandit)
S 00 Panorama
7:00 Meet Millie
7:30 Truth or Consequences.
8 00 Climax
9:30 Two ior The Money
10:00 Johnny Carson
10:30 Cameo Theatre
11:00 CFN New
11:05 'Encore, Frankle Lane
FRIDAY, Dec. T, 1S
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:15 Godfrey Time
4:30 Santa's Worshop
S:00 Trading Post
5:30 Zoo Parade
7:00 Loretta Young
7:30 You Bet Your Ufa
8:00 Lawrence Welk
9:30 Masquerade Party
10:00 Big Story
10:30 Hallmark Hall of Fame
11:00 CFN News
11:05 Encore, Climax.
"J" St. No. 13-A-39 Tels. 2-2386 2-2142 2-32S5
Tirol! Ave. 18-20.
WHY T I WANT CLANCY TO ThINK
PRA6 MI WE'RE fiONE.THBN I'LL
IN HERE, SHOW YOU SoaiETHIHo! He
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WU HWLDA rAIKUr-
Philip's Hf is fiUcd with bruises.
(Tell-worn steps and rats he nut.
Repairs would leave bis home like new
?. A. Classifieds, twt tbe right cluef
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Russians Clinch Olympic Team
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All INDEPENDENT .sSSv 1 HIS DAIW NEWSPAPE
Late Flurry of Medals And Points
Give Soviets Sure Lead Over US
MELBOURNE, Dec. 6 (UP). Russia clinched' the team championship in the Olympic Games tonight with
an avalanche of points in Greco-Roman wrestling and gymnastics which the U.S. cannot match in the remain remain-ine
ine remain-ine two days of competition.
The U S team failed to win a single gold medal today but lodged an official protest against a Russian
woman judge whose consistently low scores for American and Hungarian divers enabled Mexico's Joaquin Ca Ca-nilla
nilla Ca-nilla to win the high dive by, .03 point from Gary Tobian of Los Angeles.
At the end of the hectic day's activity, Russia had piled up an overwhelming lead of 690 points to
5584 over the U S In all the Soviets won 12 gold medals, four silver and six bronze awards today. These com combined
bined combined with lesser placings gave Russia 172 points the biggest single-day haul for any nation in the 1956
games. The U.S. earned only 20 points and has only tomorrow's three swimming events in which to add to its
MILBOURNI, Dm. 6 (UP) -A
whopping 172-poirrt haul t"e
laraest inl-tav benania
by any nation in the 1956 Olym Olym-ies
ies Olym-ies elieelied tha smeHieial team
title for KuMi d w,,n
point lead avar tha Unitad States.
Tha amathint vteteries in lym lym-nattict
nattict lym-nattict and Grace-Roman '';"
ihot Russia's point total to 690 ft.
Tha U.S., which aarnad only 20
paints today, had a total of 551ft.
In 1952, tha U.S. won tho taam
title from Ruiiia by a margin of
CM points to 553 ft.
Haro ara tha unofficial taam
.tandir.es, baaad on a J 0-5-4-3-2-1
seerine, tabla for placing! tram
first through sixth (number of gold
madals in paranthatas) :
nulii,, twft us)
Unftad Stat- .. .. HJJ4 11
Australia.. .. .. MVi
Hungary w 51, i
Italy ... J
:".:.::..... loiv, i
Finland 1 I
Chechoslovakia .. .. 9Vi
Poland 7 (1)
Turkay .. .. .. 5S
Iran V. .. 4 (l)
EC v. v. .. 11 JJ!
Naw Zealand 26 (2)
South Africa 24
Argentina . 'JV
Au-tria.. ... 9
PAIstan. .." 5
pohamas .. 4
Nioerli .. 2
H'ya ... 1
An Amerlcon li o man who Isn't
afrold to bowl out the president
but is always polite to policemen.
Adm. Prices: 0.60 oV 0.30
FIRST AMERICAN PICTURE
EVER TO BE AWARDED WITH
THE "FIRST PRIZE" AT THE
BERLIN FE8T1VAL OF MOTION
AND THE WORLD'S GREATEST
Russia's team victory on its
second try In the Olympics was
only the second time ine u.o.
hnri fulled to win the unofficial
but generally recognized overall
title, in 1836, uermany piun.ru
urj scores of points in minor
events to top the U.S. 628
points to 451 Vi- Polo and hand handball
ball handball were on the official pro program
gram program that year.
Four years ago, me u.o.
overcame Russia's harvest rf
ftoints in Greco-Roman wrest-in-
and fvmnastics to win
the team title. But this time
Soviet athletes also were
strong In some of the major
events. Though outscored n
such spectacles as track, row rowing,
ing, rowing, swimming and basket basketball,
ball, basketball, the Soviets were in posi position
tion position to nail the championship
when their turn came up to tonight.
night. tonight. Russians won or shared seven
of eight gymnastics champion championships.
ships. championships. They also won five of the
eight championships in Greco Greco-Roman
Roman Greco-Roman wrestling.
In the men's high dive, cheers
mingled with boos as Capllla
nosed out the favored Tobian. A
Russian woman Judge repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly scored the Americans lower
and Capilla higher than did the
other judges. Later, U.S. coach
Gems And Jewelry
Co On Exhibition
An exhibit of gems, jewelry
and minerals selected from the
collections of members of the
Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society, have been placed on dis
play in the lobby of the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Building by the Canal Zone
The cut gems and raw stones,
most of them originating from
Panama, have been placed on
display under the direction of
Arnold J. Landreth who has an announced
nounced announced that the exhibit will be
continued indefinitely. Plans
have been made to display new
material each month with the
blrthstone of the month being
Weather Or Not
This waathar report for tho 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is pre
pared by tha Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of tho Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
Low .. 55
(max. mph) .. NU
RAIN (inches) 0
(inner harbors) 10
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
A VICTIM OF POLIO since last Saturday Erik Ekhomer,' a Swedish citizen living in Cartage Cartagena,
na, Cartagena, Colombia, arrived at Albrook AFB, last night for further treatment at Gorgas Hospital.
The Caribbean Air Command had a C-47 aircraft returning to Albrook from Bogota, Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. After the diplomatic request had been received, it was diverted to Cartagena to pick up
Ekhomer. The patient, an employe of a travel agency at Cartagena was accompanied to the
Canal Zone by Jaime Franco, a medical atten dant from De Bocagrande Hospital at Carta Cartagena.
gena. Cartagena. (Official USAF Photo)
Karl Michaels of Dartmouth
lodged an official protest.
Later the United States placed
second behind Australia in the
women's 400-meter relay swim swimming
ming swimming event, but Russia won
third place in the individual sa sabre
bre sabre fencing competition to
maintain a lead.
Albert Azarlan of Russia, scor
ing in the men's ring phase, won
the first men's gymnastics title'
of the games. Then valentine
Nokolaey of Russia won the
championship in the light hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight division of Greco-Ro
Australia's powerful women's
400-meter freestyle relay team
anchored by Lorraine Crapp de defeated
feated defeated an American quanet fur
the gold medal with a new
world record of 4:17.
The Untied States was ex
pected to nick up more points in
the men's otner swimming
events tonight, but Russia also
had a high point potential in
Other gymnastics and wrestling
Masaru Furukawa, Japan's
famed flylhg fish, scored a one-
yard victory in the 200-meter
breaststroke final in the new
Olympic record of 2:34.7. He top topped
ped topped the old mark of 2:36.1 which
he set in 1952. Japan was second
Boys 15, Girls 8
Fifteen boys and eight girls
were born at Gorgas Hospital
during the week ending at mid midnight
night midnight Monday, according to the
regular hospital report.
During the same period 196
patients were admitted and 173
The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bar
ter, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. V. Fannon, of Locona-,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bataycan, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. w.
W. Diamond, of Panama City,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Barlanco, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. B.
J. Richards, of Balboa; Lt. and
Mrs. G. W. Brookshire, of Fore
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. J. St. C.
Burke, of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs.
A. DaC. Lord, of La Boca: Mr.
and Mrs. c. D. Lashley, of Pa Paraiso;
raiso; Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. 8. Holder,
of Paraiso; Sfc and Mrs. J. A.
Alger, Jr., of Fort Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Endara, of Pana
ma City; Sfc. and Mrs. C. E.
Lawrence of Fort Clayton; and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sprauve, of
Girl babies were born to the
following: Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Smith, of Panama city; Sfc and
Mrs. C. M. Rasmuson, of Diablo
Terrace; Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Scott, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. Perie, of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; S-Sgt. and Mrs. F M. Gar-
corz, of pedro Miguel; CWO and
Mrs. V. W. Teasley, of Albrook;
S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. J. Edmlston,
of Locona; and Lt. and Mrs. C.
F. Nash, of Fort Kobbe.
and Kharis lounitchev gave
Russia four more points in the
keam race with a third place fin finish.
ish. finish. No Americans qualified for
Cuban Troops Clash
In Violent Battle
NIQUERO, Cuba, Dec. 6 (UP)
Cuban troops clasued with rebel
guerrillas near here yesterday in
violent fighting" in which "num.
erous persons were reported kill
ed or wounded,
Military vehicles leaving the
battlefield carried one dead sol
dier and at least five government
wounded through Niquero.
Indications -that the total casual
ties of the battle fought at the
noutn of the Bene River were
considerably higher were seen in
he fact that authorities here re requested
quested requested emergency shipments of
plasma and other medical supplies
The fighting involvel a rebel
force estimated at between 100 te
400 men believed to be refugees
who landed on a beach near Ni
quero aunaay ana elements of a
loyal battalion of about 600 men.
Infantry reinforcements and bat batteries
teries batteries of mountain artillery were
moving in irom Hoiemn to sun
port the battalion, which had been
combing the Sierra Maestra
mountains for rebels.
Loyal forces blocked roads be
tween Niquero and Manianillo.
Reports reaching here said gov.
ernment forces were being har
ried by rebel bands which fired
from ambush and thn faded back
into the rugged hills.
Head During Trial
MINEOLA, N. Y., Dec. 6 (UP)-
ntxu5eu KianaD mnraerer Angelo
LaMarca collapsed in Nassau
County court yesterday during tes testimony
timony testimony by a psychiatrist that La LaMarca
Marca LaMarca was sane when he kidnaped
month-old Peter Weinberger.
LaMarca fell forward from his
hair at the defense table. He was
reported to have hit his head on
the table as he fell. Efforts were
made to revive him with stimu stimulants.
lants. stimulants. His attorney had just started
cross-examination of Dr. Ernani
D'Angelo, a state psychiatrist, who
had testified the July 4 kirtnaoinx
was "not the act of a diseased
LaMarca's defense has claimed
He was insane at the time of the
kidnaping and had brooded over
The psychiatrist said LaMarca
had toto him "a very coherent and
chronological story" of the kidnap kidnaping
ing kidnaping and gave him "nothing to lead
me to believe he did not know
ripht from wrong."
A man with a diseased mipd
would not "have worked so sys systematically
tematically systematically and taken steps to cov cover
er cover himself up," D'Angelo said.
"Let the people
16 Clinton Segregationists Arrested,
KNOXVILLE, Ten., Dec. 6 -(UP)
U.S. marshals today ar
rested the last of 16 segregation segregationists
ists segregationists charged with interfering
with integration of Clinton High
School in violation of a Federal
Marian Nell Currier was pick
ed up at Clinton and was to be
brought here for arraignment.
Six of the accused segrega
tionists were arraigned last
night. The other 10 faced ar
raignment later today.
Tha swift roundup of Mf rtfa rtfa-tionist
tionist rtfa-tionist troublemakers encouraged
tha Anderson County School board
to begin planning tha reopening of
tha high school, which Was closed
Tuesday to stop a wave of vio violence
lence violence Officials hope to hava tha
school's 700 students, including
nirio Negroes, back in class Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The Federal warrants cited a
variety of anti-Nero activities
ranotno' from nickptine the
school to Intimidating, waylay
ing and heating nine Negroes
who enrolled at the previously
all-white school in September.
All 16 are charged with violate
ine an injunction issued by U.S.
District Court judge Robert Tay Taylor
lor Taylor during integration riots at
the school last September pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting anti-Negro demonstra demonstrations.
tions. demonstrations. TT S at.tnmpv ceneral Herbert
Brownell Jr. ordered the crack crackdown
down crackdown on an appeal from the An
derson County School board.
Marshals brought in the last
carload of sesregationists Inst
night from Clinton, 20 miles
south of here. They all wore
Judge Taylor told the defend defendants
ants defendants they could get a speedy
trial if they desired or could take
a while to prepare .! defense.
U S district attorney John C.
Crawford said ho was prepared to
Girl Asks For
SAN DIEGO. Calif., Dec. 6 (UP)
A 16-year-old girl who has can cancer
cer cancer and knows she "my d'e WHh WHh-ln
ln WHh-ln two weeks appealed today for
Christmas cards from anyone "if
there s still time.
Irene Jaroncyk has-been told by
her family doctors that she has
no more than two weeks to live.
The girl was stricken with cancer
two years ago, and in the last few
months is said to have been in
Irene is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Jaroncyk (of 3346
Frontier St.). Her father, a bus
driver, returned to work last year
after 18 months treatment for tu tuberculosis.
berculosis. tuberculosis. I
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know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1956
School May Re-open Monday
BEATEN FOR' AIDING NEGRO STUDENTS The Rev. Paul
Turner, pastor of Clinton's First Baptist Church, rests at his
home after being beaten by a group of pro-segregatlonlsts for
leading a "safety brigade" that returned six Negro students to
integrated Clinton, Tenn., High School. The schools nine Ne Negro
gro Negro students have remained awa,y from the school because of
threats and harassment by whites.
prove tha defendants instigated acta
of viofanca and created lawlessness
to overthrow the court ordered in integration
tegration integration of tha Clinton High
a iiltn nrnwrl Gathered at the
Clinton police station last night
as they were loaded into cars,
on? fidpriv woman sobbed.
"Lord, have mercy on those peo
ple. Lord, nave mercy on uim-
A sheriff's deputy saw. "Peo-
Wife With Eyes
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Dec. 6 -(UP)
Stanley V'erra, 44, charg charges
es charges that a dapper amateur hypno hypnotist
tist hypnotist stole his wife's affections by
conjuring up the spirit of '76.
Werra, in a $20,000 alienation of
affection suit, accused Jacob I.
Apsel, 59, of convincing Mrs.
Werra that she and Apsel
were married in a previous life
during the Revolutionary War, it
was disclosed Tuesday.
Werra said Apsel, a former
friend and fellow machine shop
worker, put Mrs. Werra into a
trance and talked her into believ
ing this is her third life on earth
Mrs. Werra is convinced that
during her first life she and Ap
sel were married in 1776, ani
belongs to him more than she
does to her present husband,"
according to Samuel Schrinsky
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country if $afeu Abraham Lincoln.
pie were sweating blood here last
night, because they didn t know
who among them was to be ar arrested."
rested." arrested." W. H. Till, chairman of the An Andersen
dersen Andersen County chapter of tha White
Citizens Council, and Lawrence
Brantly, a grocer, and county Ku
Klux Klan leader, ware tha first ar arrested
rested arrested and arraigned last night.
Both were associates of John
Timoteo Delgado, 47, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was fined $25 in Cristobal
Magistrate's Court upon convic conviction
tion conviction of reckless driving.
Joseph Cornelius Maynard, 24,
Panamanian, appealed a convic conviction
tion conviction of possessing marijuana.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court,
Liiz Muia Cooke, 25, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was convicted of tres trespassing
passing trespassing in Ft. Clayton PX, but
imposition of sentence was sus suspended.
pended. suspended. George Ancell Hpwell, 35, Pan
amanian, was fined $10 for
;oiterins in front of the Tivoll
, Imposition of sentence was
suspended for Stephen Soloman
Jedglster, convicted of stopping
ais bus at a point other than a
Failure to yield right of way
r.hlle driving a car cost Oscar
Seymour Butler, 42, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, $10.
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US Senator Speaks
To RP Assembly;
mux-. 4!n;J oeore. Bmatheri
IZ A., A pBia 8 courtesy call oi
Ine National AmKi,
and was introduced to the solonl
-i aMcmDiyman Aliredo Alel
Granted the courtesy of thl
noor smathers told the Panai
lawmakers mat some d
t f u,-' 11Ke inos 01 othe
Latin American innnti.. ...
smalt that they do hot come t
the, attention of the Senate. I
senator trie loyalti
of Latin Amerfcin Countries tofl
ward the United States and M
pressea me aesire to know morl
about the .problems betweel
' iiiiin UU U1C U.O,
Smathers said he persona
7uiu uuyciaue mm Fanama
nlans In everv vjav nncofKla.
In his introduction of SmathB
ers, Aleman had emphasize!
that U.S. lawmakers are usual!
unaware oi trie ainerences d
opinion existing; between t hi
two countries from time to tind
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