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PANAMA, ft. P.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1951
Billion Tons, and
Warn Red Puppet
BUDAPEST, Dec. 7 (UP) Hungary'- labor leaders
warned the government bluntly today there will ba "a
general strike, bloodshed and a new national tragedy" if
the current wave of arrests continues.
The warning cam in a proclamation handed to
puppet premier Janos Kadar by the central workers coun council
cil council of Budapest. It was the sharpest denunciation yet of
Kadar's new "get tough" policy.
The Budapest council was scheduled to meet with
Kadar in the late afternoon to get his reply.
In the meantime, the tense capital remained quiet
while the people waited to see what would happen.
hunt aealnst workers councils
m h uneasv calm, angry
knots of men stood talking at
Wireet corners unaer uie
fn guns of Russian tanks
They were reauy iui nwv.. B
tallowing three days of demon demon-itrations.
t fh severest clash yester-
Jay. Russian and Hungarian po poke
ke poke bullets killed two demon demon-itrators
itrators demon-itrators and injured scores Bu Bu-lapeSt
lapeSt Bu-lapeSt radio also claimed that
;wo police were killed, but the
aport was given little credence
here. . A
The Bndapest council
members of Budapest factory
workers councils were arrested,
daring the night. JoMce had
picked np 50 others the night
nther arrested in the govern-
faent's promised crackdown on
counter revolutionaries and
qung writer Jossej uu
A soon i
larrest of their
lurnrkRr in a dorett
Iniants walked out on
WT. ii i. 4-J.. .,rn
I "It appears w U'TIU
ent has sttftrted an overnight
S ntPmKA" or WHUtW
,tv"'" ; weir nam lonjorno
torn leasts., Th pr0
i i .in 1 1
throughout the nation." the Bu
dapest council's proclamation
"If this continues, we shall
lose the only chance of restor restoring
ing restoring order and creating normal
"If It continues, the confi confidence
dence confidence of the workers wf 1 be
The workers will' turn a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the government for
good and the end will be a
general strike, bloodshed and
a new national tragedy."
The proclamation noted that
the Budapest council's four-week
negotiations with the govern government
ment government "did not obtain the re required
quired required result."
"TOt appears that janos Kadar
does not have the power to oust
certain persons who are still a a-round
round a-round him and who are hated by
the workers," the proclamation
irsons are mislnf orm-
the will and mood
wsr tney are
Jumps to 34;
McMURDO SOUND, Antarctica,
Dec. 7 (UP) The population at
the South Pole was unexpectedly
boosted to 34 Americans today
when nine crew members of a
U. S. Navy plane were stranded
there by engine trouble.
A Lockheed P2V Neptune bomb bomber
er bomber piloted by Lt. Cmdr. John H.
Torbert of North Kinsston, R. I.,
failed to get off the ground to re return
turn return to its base here after com completing
pleting completing ski landing and takeoff
tests at the Pole.
The plane, which arrived from
the United States only three days
ago, may become the first air aircraft
craft aircraft to remain at the South Pole
more than 24 hours. The only other
plane to land there was a Navy
C-47 cargo ship which kept its
engines running to keep from freez freezing
ing freezing uo.
Torbert, Capt. Douglas L. Cor-
diner of Washington, D. C. com
manner of the Navy aviation
sauadron. and the seven other
Neptune crew memoers joined me
the 25 U. S. personnel aireaay
stationed at the pole while they
awaited the arrival of new engine
parts from McMurdo Sound. They
messaged headquarters here that
the crippled plane may possibly
need a complete jet engine change.
l-ed Loiterer bets
Day In Jail For
An aged loiterer. Julio Zapata.
Panamanian wno is ueuc.cu
h an viars old. had his pro-
ation revoked and was sent to
til lor one day after being con-
cted of second oiiense wimi-
a month's time.
Imposition of sentence was
Impended or Zapata several
eeks ago when ne was DruuH.no
to Balboa Magistrates oouiv
i a charge of loitering around
Tnriiiv he was tried for loiter-
ig around Ridge Road In Bai Bairn
rn Bairn Heights.
Imposition of sentence was
ispended on the new charge,
it Judge John E. Demlng re re-ked
ked re-ked the earlier suspension and
it Zapata In jail for one day.
Some doubt exists aoout aapa-
s age, but the record oi some
hl earlier nettv offenses in-
cate that he is 80 years old.
i Boca Larceny
thnrne Keeos Man
Jail For Trial
After Juan de Dios Martinez, a
year-old Panamanian, had
bitvMt nreliminftrv hearing in
blboa Magistrate's Court yes-
rday, he was bound over ior
lal in U.Sf District Court .on a
arse of biirelarv.
Tt is aliened that Martinez en-
red Buildine 905 La Boca, for
he purpose of committing lar-
Bail was fixed at $250 for the
SMITH'S HElPERS SRI:
lte Kadar's promises,
rnment was not basina
us power on me worxers' councils.
It said peaceful meetings of
the workers councils were be being
ing being prevented or interrupted "by
"The situation is that police
agents are dragging off presi presidents
dents presidents and members of work workers
ers workers councils In the night with with-ut
ut with-ut Investigation or fair hear hearings,
ings, hearings, often on the basis of
groundless accusations," the
The Budapest council's blast
was circulated to w o r k e rs
tnrougnout tne country on a
two-page mimeograph informa
The Budapest council has
been rolling off the information
shect clandestinely since the
government rejected its demand
ror a workers newspaper.
Kadar had been scheduled to
meet again with the Budapest
worxers council yesterday. But
he called off the session without
announcing a reason.
wnen he neard about the
proclamationhowever, he im immediately
mediately immediately teleph o n e d the
workers leaders and arranged
to meet them in the late afternoon.
'57 Panama License
Plates Go On Sale
a mUm n near me in atwnish-
l.ne.iaee newsDapers today notifi
ed owners of motor vehicles that
sale of 195Panama license plates
would begie Monday. i
The announcement, signed by
Municipal Treasurer Victor D'A
nello, warned' that no license plat plates
es plates would be issued unless vehicles
have passed mechanical inspec
tion bv traffic inspectors.
No licenses olates will be issued
either unless there is certificstion
that the applicant is up to date m
nis payments to tne mumpipaur.
In the case of private cars, the
owners must also produce a "paz
y salvo showing that their in
come tax payments are up to date
with the national government.
D'Anello's announcement said
the Municipal Treasury would" re
main open from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m
daily to issue the plates.
There would be no extension of
time for obtaining plates after Dec
31, the announcement said.
Mother's Day tomorrow,
so we're going to be far farther
ther farther off base than ever.
Na paper, because of the
Panamanian national holi holiday.
day. holiday. The Sunday Ameri American
can American will appear a little
later than usual, shortly
Listlessness Killing Their Chances
Of Added Benefit, Oldtimers are Told
Retirees who do not support the
National Association of Retired
-;., i fnnmwi are receiving ur
creased benefits from time to time
thrnnuh nthpr neon e s enorts. a
r niii timers heard at Pa-
cific Service Center last night.
The occasion was a iuccuub
NARCE Chapter 38, but some non non-members
members non-members also attended.
The group was also told of the
Panama ruling under which re retirees
tirees retirees who live in the Republic will
be divested of their commissary
privileges as of Dec. 31.
p red de V. Sill a former Ca.ial
official who is the regional super
visor for all inaklc cnapters m
this area, drew the group's atten
tion to the poor support given
MiRfE chanters in this area.
4. ira, two t
drew the group's attention to the
or suDPort given NARCE by
tt c oiti7on retirees.
sin nninted out that hundreds of
nnn.iTS citizen employes of the
h services who retired under
the Civil Service Retirement Act
are getting pensions of upward ot
$100 a montn.
For example, he said man
now fltrtins a pension ef $110 er
$120 monthly stands te tt $30
f Miipiiir'riljl pn
Party at Tivoli,
The first billionth ton of cargo to be shipped through
the Panama Canal since it was opened in 1914 is now ex expected
pected expected to arrive and be royally greeted on its transit next
Wednesday at Gatun Locks.
Capt. Rodimon is chairman of the special committee
appointed by Gov. W. E. Potter to arrange a suitable cere ceremony
mony ceremony to celebrate this big milestone in the Canal's operat operating
ing operating history.
Canal statisticians have been busy during Hit past
few days checking cargo shipment figures in order te fore forecast
cast forecast as far in advance as possible when the billionth-ton-mark
will be reached.
Their job has been considerably complicated by the
erratic movement of shipping during the past few weeks
because of the Suez crisis and the maritime strike in the
United States. i
Preparations have been completed for the celebration
of the event, now tentatively scheduled for Wednesday.
Two principal functions have
One will occur at 10 o'clock in
the morning at Gatun Locks when
the vessel bearing tne Duuontn ion
MOTHER'S DUTY FULFILLED' Mrs. Pt&ra
through the years of patient motherhood as
Franco Andrade (left) Is probably looking back
she brought up her young sons as she 'receives
a blesslne from youngest. Pr. Jose Luis Andrade, who was ordained recently by Archbishop
Francis Beckman along with a number of other Panamanian priests. At her right is her
eldest son, Dr. Carlos Andrade and his Spanish wife.
Hey!, Get Ready to Vote Again, Zone;
This Time it's for Insurance Boarders
monthly raise if pending legisla legislation
tion legislation te increase existing annui annuities
ties annuities is passed.
NARC dues, Sill explained, are
only $3 a year. He said it seemed
to him a man who stood to gain
that much could at least afford to
pay that much a year toward bet
Sill pointed out that when NAR NARCE
CE NARCE goes before a Congressional
Committee to seek benefits for re
tirees, the first question asked is
"How many retirees do you re represent?."
present?." represent?." Workers who retired under the
Canal's Disability Relief have a
different problem, Sill noted.
Several persons at the meeting
complairtted that Secretary Ar Arthur
thur Arthur A. Pyie had had conversa conversations
tions conversations with Gov. Potter and oth others
ers others at Balboa Heights which had
not been passed along to other
associations of non-U.S. citizen
Sill said that any efforts Pyle
had made were lor retirees In gen
eral, and for the benefit of all not
for a single sroup.
President Louis Victor presided
at the chapter meeting.
Personnel Director Edward A.
Doolan also spoke at the meeting.
Balloting for six members who
will serve on the Group Health
Insurance Board of the Canal
organization will begin next
week with ballots to be delivered
to all employes with pay checks
Four ex officio members for
the Board have already been se
lected, two each from Canal
Zone labor groups and two from
the Civip Councils. The Board
will consist of these and the six
members to be selected by popu popular
lar popular vote.
The Board will act Of em employe
ploye employe representatives in hand handling
ling handling matters of the group
health insurance plan of Mu Mutual
tual Mutual of Omaha which was re recently
cently recently adopted after proposals
from four insurance compa companies
nies companies were received. The plan
.will give general coverage to
all categories of Canal em employes
ployes employes and their families bas based
ed based on medical tariffs of the
Health Bureau. It '&so will
provide major medical cover coverage.
age. coverage. Full details of the group health
Insurance plan will be distribut
ed to all employes within tne
next few days by representatives
of Mutual of Omaha.
The Group Health Insurance
Board will assist in initiating
the plan, which will require at
least 50 per cent participation
bv Uii.-rate employes and by
the non-U.S. citizen group of
employes. The grouo insurance
plan will be made effective for
either group on non-selective
basis when at least 50 per cent
of the employes are participating.
The four ex rJfflcio members
of the Insurance Board and the
organizations they represent
are: Harry T. Carpenter, presi
dent of the Cristobal-Margarita
Civic Council; Ellis L. Fawcett,
president of the Congress of La Latin
tin Latin American Civic Councils; Ed Edward
ward Edward W. Hatchett, president of
the Central Labor Union; and
Harold W. Rerrie, chairman of
Local 900, AFL-CIO.
The nominees for membership
on the Board from the U.S.-rate
employes and the Canal unit in
which they are employed are: .
Pacific side: Shephard S.
Clark, Schools Division; Wal Walter
ter Walter G. Brown Jr., Industrial
Division; Mrs. Faye C. Minion,
Engineering and Construction
Bureau; Robert Van Wagner,
Maintenance Division; Rufus
M. Lovelady, Wage and Classi Classification
fication Classification Division; Edward U.
Womble, Marine Bureau ;
Charles McO. Brandl, Engin Engineering
eering Engineering Division; and Constant
W. Chase Jr., Electrical Divi Division.
sion. Division. Atlantic side: Fay M. Brown
and William R. Dixon, Motor
Transportation Division; Robert
H. Miller. Housing Division;
Thomas L. Sellers and Gerald K.
Schear, Postal Division; and
Carl N. Nix, Electrical Division.
Three Board members, two
from the Pacific side and one
from the Atlantic side, will be
elected. Two alternates from
the Atlantic side and one from
the Pacific side will be elected
at the same time.
The nominees from Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican communities and the
Canal unit In which they are
Pacific side: Cyril Atherlev,
Balboa port Captain's Office;
Harold Williams. Commissary
Cold Storage, Balboa; Reginald
Callender, Payroll Ipranch; Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Alexis, Maintenance Divi Division;
sion; Division; Hemilton Lavalas, Paralso
'Continued on Page 10)
duals of the -hipping industry.
A banner has been prepared
and will be placed on the side ef
the ship with the billionth ten
ef cargo when it arrives in Cristobal.
The ceremony at Gatun, for
which the Locks' are being gaily
decorated, will consist of a pro program
gram program of music by the Cristobal
e caiiars commissary ana
Service center Divisions will be
merged ineo one unit on Jan. 1
as the first step in a long-range
program to realign, the func functions
tions functions of these divisions to meet
conditions under the drastic re reduction
duction reduction in their activities as ft
result of the 1955 Treaty.
The change was revealed in
todays issue of The Panama Oft
The first ten will K nrlmarilv
men umuui uonu, imi j ""-i aaminisirauve. it is planned py
introduction of a representative of
the various units of the Canal or organization
ganization organization directly concerned with
the actual transit of vessels
through the waterway.
A special scroll will be present presented
ed presented to the master of the vessel be being
ing being honored by Potter, and repli replicas
cas replicas of this scroll will be presented
to each ship which transits on that
The general public has been
extended an Invitation te be
present at Gatun Locks for the
The event is expected to attract
many professional and amateur
In addition to the ceremonies
marking the transit of the billionth
ton, the Canal Zone postal service
has prepared a special cachet
which will be placed on all out outgoing
going outgoing first-class and airmail that
This has been widely publicized
in the United States to philatelists
and it is expected that many spe special
cial special orders Mil be received from
abroad and from local stamp collectors.
next July, however, to have the
headquarters of the new divi division
sion division to be designated as the
Commissary and Service center
Division established on the pa pacific
cific pacific side.
This will follow, consolida consolidation
tion consolidation of field supervisory person
nel and their work, which will
be made by the first of March.
R. L. Sullivan now general
manager of the Commissary
Division, will be named to act as
general manager of the new or organization,
ganization, organization, and, Philip s. Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton will be appointed supervi-sor-in-charge
of several func functions
tions functions of the present Service Cen Center
ter Center Division of which he is now
These will include the restau restaurants,
rants, restaurants, theaters, bowling alleys,
and motion picture service, and
the Hotel Washington and Tlvo Tlvo-11
11 Tlvo-11 Guest House.
No other personnel assign assignments
ments assignments have yet been announced
but the plan provides tor the
appointment ef a single admin administrative
istrative administrative supervisor for all com commissary
missary commissary and sendee center func functions
tions functions in each town.
Center To Be Demolished; Tivoli Commy
Be Freight House; Printing Plant To Move
Brings $25 Fine
Reckless driving cost Harry
Dobson Wareham, 36, a Costa
Rlcan, a $25 fine in Balboa Ma Magistrate's
gistrate's Magistrate's Court today.
Bus driver Jonathan Francis Francisco
co Francisco Morgan. 31. Panamanian, was
convicted of parking his vehicle
illeeally, but imposition of sen
tence was suspended.
Movine day is In the immedi
ate offing for a large number of
Canal units and offices. By next
June a complete new map and
office directory will be needed
on the pacific side, according to
The Panama canal Review.
The moves, which are to start
early in January, will result
partly from the closing of four
large units In Ancon at the end
of -December. To be closed are
the Ancon Commissary and post
office, the Pacific Service Cen
ter, and Tivoli commissary.
Two of these buildings the
Ancon commissary and Post Of Officewill
ficewill Officewill continue in use and
be reassigned to other Canal
The Tivoli Commissary build building
ing building will be retained and may
later be converted for use as a
freight house by the Panama
Railroad after the railroad's ter terminal
minal terminal facilities are transferred
to Panama under terms of the
The Paclf'c Service Center
building, erected just before
the beginning of World War II
as a USO building, probably
will be demolished.
The Ancon post office bulld bulld-ina
ina bulld-ina has been assigned for use by
ihe Treasury Branch.
Modifications to the building
already are In progress and it is
expected that this move can be
made soon after the Dostal serv
ice there is discontinued.
The Treasury Branch is now
occupying space in the former
Snecial Emriheerine Division
Branch in Diablo Heights.
Toe Ancon commissary, in including
cluding including the annex, will be as assigned
signed assigned for use by the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Bureau. j
All Pacific side units of this
bureau, with the exception of
the director and his immediate
staff, will move there when the
extensive alterations to the two
buildings are completed.
All units of the Wage and
riassifioation Division and the
i Employment and Utilization Di
vision, including tne central La Labor
bor Labor Office Branch, will be moved
to the new quarters.
The Employment and Utiliza
tion Division Is now assigned
office space on the first floor of
the Administration Building
and In the central Labor Office
building on Roosevelt Avenue.
This change will permit a con consolidation
solidation consolidation of all files with easier
access by bureau personnel and
will provide for better coordina coordination
tion coordination of all personnel activities
and actions with the unified of office.
fice. office. Another change affecting the
Personnel Bureau will be the re reassignment
assignment reassignment of the former field
office of the Maintenance Divi Division
sion Division on Corozo Street to the bu bureau
reau bureau as a Training Center. The
Training Officer will have office
space In this building and in the
Several other major changes
are planned, but some of these
will not take place for several
One of the most Important
of the latter will be the trans transfer
fer transfer of the Printing Plant from
Mount Hope to the. Pacific s:de.
Studies are now in progress
for ft suitable building for use
by the printing plant and the
move is scheduled to be made
before next July.
When this Is done, the Repro Reproduction
duction Reproduction Unit now in the base basement
ment basement will be moved to the build building
ing building to be occupied by the print printing
ing printing plant.
The west wing of the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building is slated for
full-scale revamping and air
conditioning for use as offices.
One of the principal changes
will be the construction of ft
control room for the Civil De Defense
fense Defense organization.
The room will be completely
fitted with radio and telephone
communications system, a chart
room, ramps, and other equip equipment
ment equipment needed for use as a com command
mand command post.
The long series of moves and
office reasslgnments, being giv given
en given momentum by the changes
required by the 1855 Treaty, will
be one of the most extensive ev ever
er ever made since the Canal opened
and the Canal headquarters
were moved from Culebra to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Height.
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PW SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCi ADVANCi-Pe
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1HE MAIL BOX
tike Mod Sot M ee epea Hm let r.Ur of Th Psrmu Amiota
lAfttn M MMivOT fro total aae on eeedled as o wholly eoofiotMNil
Starting Unarmed. They Fought the Red Army to a Standstill in
loftoi teat m impotitM ft seeen't
PtMM My M been Ik fetters limit to om pOH tout.
IS88Wff Of Mrtttf writers u aeia m HTKraoT wiiw.
CHRISTMAS T0 SALE
I want to protest as hard and loud and publicly as pos possible
sible possible at tne utter shamDles the new Toy 8aie Store nas been
allowed to become. It is an absolute sname and disgrace, ana
whoever lstesponslble should be held accountable tor it. IX ha
like this a month before Cnristmaa, what will it be like the
last few days, when one coma expect and excuse some confu-
I went m Saturday, all full of the joyful spirit of Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, to pick up some Christmas decorations and take care of
the children on my list. .. ( h
I found great bins of toys, decorations, etc., standing in the
aisles half broken from constant handling by irresponsiole per per-Su
Su per-Su arS children, so it was necessary to go through j several
heaps of Junk to find what you want in usable conaition
Long tables and racks were piled with soiled -dolls and
sames with covers broken, pieces missing. Everyihing being
.pSfed a d hauled around until it seems the loss from spoilage
And breakage must be tremendous. .
The above is all bad enough, but what to me was worst of
mil wE tiiV sight of dirty little people and some big ones -Snt
from onf table or bin to another, blowing every horn or
Si tJiaffouS be inserted in their months., I coudht possibly
ahythmi like that "for the little dnes on my list, .not.taow .not.taow-ISfwhltaae
ISfwhltaae .not.taow-ISfwhltaae might be incurred from the unsanitary condi condi-Efnh
Efnh condi-Efnh tSffWS Tin (I settled for a few that were st 11
wr,pm unbroken cellophane, but had little choice within
'AlWmoat of the. "wind-up" toys are in very much "used"
i1" hoM been "wound-up" vigorously by an unending
SS f2 tarirested chUdren, some with parents who didn't no no-SISSao
SISSao no-SISSao accompanying adults .who
SaTvldently come just for fun. (For which you cant blame
intil BtT$l "demonstrators".are out. oh the count count-the
the count-the alorlty of toys are kept untouched, handed out
my Christmas showing by "gjgjfc Disgusted
THE GLORIOUS, DEADLY ADVENTURE
OF HUNGARY'S FREEDOM FIGHTERS
This l-was-there story of Hungary's indomitable Fre edom Fighters, tokJ by one of them, will take the place
of our regular columns for the next few days. As he explains, 'Arpad "Hazafi" is not the writers own name, but
the etory he tells is his own, and that of his friends, ft was supplied to us by the United States Information
Service. The pictures accompanying it are also Haza fi's.
"HERE Wl GO" FROM BAD TO VERSE
It really la quite silly, as most of us know,
This arbitrary closing-of Ancon P. o.
Just meet a lonessome miu,
r". A" 1 t--i nta tvi (teaism is fine.
ttrictly as a Post
your guess with mine.
ifeach m W'SieT Tthere soon will be a m
jst place his' aTes In the P.O, .numbered slot.
ZJt"l11 i arivanre bv the month, or tne aay.
Claiming that conditions, went from Pwr to pot.
an aHernative solution, strictly up to par.
An aBOT" ftv t0 panama?
2 to a old rS'd35S5c complication
Ska a simple gesture from Nation to Nation.
STould be a mj TgW, LjJfo. mail)
(I'm lust a guy who needs a pw to b
Th? answer is simple, ywgtJL.'3L -just
get together, and forget to "wave the Fiag.
employes. tftken ln regard to those who are
If such a step were to he ti age n in b h
aheut to retire It wuld wv, beenS to believe
gJg SffirerS?ar yem of aithful service is des-
plCXely some modif,atlon of this scheme can be wm
aus w as- otSs
ii- ,M in i iUL I,, r' air
"I moo i
"The uad this one ouite a lot!"
By ARPAD HAZAFI
THURSDAY, OCT. 25
VnnA ie aatiina immm anil ma
IB gVl.lllJ DliHIVW, IV4 n,
hparrf tnHqv that in nne cpftinn a
tiie city Soviet troops opened fire
on neople who had lined up for
Mnst nf the limp vp crinffuln spp
our beloved city on fire, but today
wesaw a fire tbit we enjoyed.
Workers and students burned
books and n'ates from the Soviet
library and bookstore "Horiiont"
on Kossuth Laios street. We re
joiced to see the hated Communist
bcoks 80 up in flames.
Wp hear ennA new, from the
Freedom Radios the insurgents
are in control of wide areas in the
west and cit'e throughout Hunga
ry, and revoruuonary councils con control
trol control Gyor, Mlsko'c, Debrecen Sze Szeged
ged Szeged and Pecs. Seven Hungarian
divisions have joined us.
Radio Budapest said tonight ln a
broadcast to the Freedom Fight
ers. "You have won. . you de
mands will be fulfilled." At the
same moment, However, Soviet
tanks wee attacking twi strong strongholds
holds strongholds of fighters in the city.
The oatnot raiio at uyor says
"Ravnlutinnarv fnreps should not
deliver their arms because' ho one
can believe in Communist promis
Today Radio Budapest else
made an admislon that was no
surprise to most citizens of the
cieltal. It ann"ncad that it had
dismissed its old leadership and
staff, and ta'd "For long years
past, tho radio was an instru instrument
ment instrument of lie'.- it lied dav and
night; it lied on Wl wave
MONDAY, OCT. 29
Wo ha vs rparhpil an imnasse.
finviat trnnns remain in Control of
RnHinext and have sealed off all
.riMflankAi tn ihp ritv and the
Freedom Fighters refuse to lay
down their arms until the Rus Russians
sians Russians pull out of our capital.
Fierce fighting rages and there
are nand-to-nana strew names.
Our beloved city is a shambles,
with worse damage than at the
end of World war ii.
Outside the city, patriot forces
stiD. control wide parts of western
and southern Hungary, the patriot
radios report, r
But we hear ominous rumors
that the Soviets are s e n d i n g in
more tanks from Rumania,
that. Milrnvan is hark In Budat
TkJ. w'k wvpri. fi Chita today
Red Army tanks and artillery at
tacked 'tie xiuan uarracKs, u
Zalka Mate BarracKS ano tne oar oar-roMrc
roMrc oar-roMrc nn Bern Souare where free
dom fighters are entrenched.
Budapest airport is m tne nanus
of the Freedom Fighters, we hear.
Today tho people Began round rounding
ing rounding up an onomy who It hatod
ovon mora than the Soviet fore-
ttm embers of tho Soviet-controlled
Hungarian secret police,
the AVH, who created fear and
terror in our lives for so many
years. Soma of those rounded up
wore ehet immediately but most
of them have bean arrested and
put into prison fairer treatment
than we received from their
A friend of mine said today that
he saw a crowd of patriots cap capture
ture capture an AVH officer. ti
They wire ready to kui mm un until
til until someone said, "Let him go. He
is a Jew and if we kill him they
u,Ui v wp did it from antl-Ssem-
itism." The people ret mm. i uuw
of no instsnces of anti-Semitism
during the fighting.
Keports oi wining ucc" y
most non-existent; even diamonds
have been left untouched inside
wretched jewelry shop wmoows.
TUESDAY, OCT. 30
After a temporary lull yester
day, bitter fighting started aga ta
ioet nia-ht with Soviet tanks attack-
" 7 .: .l.
ing barracks ana nouses in me m
and 10th districts.
Tn4 ih fiPh me nas virtually
J UU. T uv -1 o
ainnnprf exceot for instances of
fhootlng to round up the AVH peo-
PSoviet tanks and armored cars
I..,, loft the ftnda Dart of the ci
ty and everyone finally begins to
believe the Russians may reij
leave. There are sun tames m resi
l......... wa haar rumors that
Soviet forces are still pouring in
to the country, Dnnging neavier
T.ifo heclns to return somewhat
to normal. The strike is still on
in part, but Nagy says tnat any
I ...v.-. ..ot.iMis tn work today will
be paid, and many go back to get
needed money, me u" p
ilie Premier also said a coaH coaH-tion
tion coaH-tion government wUl be establish-
ea wnicn wui .-'
--aHr. nartles" and that we will
, .lootinns Hp alSO SSVS
there will be no more forced col
Someone hoars a report that
Joseph Cardinal Mindsionty, the
R-man Cathelle Primate of Hun Hun-nary,
nary, Hun-nary, has been liberated by
Freodom Fighters et Felaeebe Felaeebe-tony
tony Felaeebe-tony where ho has been hold un under
der under house arrest.
t'ad" Budapest broadcasts a
u.,.rian Air Force ultimatum
Hed bv "all the personnel of the
National Air Defense command
...!, . ,.nniarp it will bomb Soviet
tanks unless they leave Budapest
...if, n v h. it's At l-' "'1 D'T-
I racks, which are now almost rub-
ijp, hm ft "': a"1 onti onti-n,,p
n,,p onti-n,,p thpir shelline. The city is a
j- z f,j wrncka?e bv f-mj i'tnm
' are open and trucks with food con-
"""TTMraWiriisii i i
people of the country and the
wr id' of this."
Thp Premier's announcement
was then repeated in English, Rus Russian,
sian, Russian, Hungarian and French. Aft After
er After each announcement the Hunga
rian national Hymn was piayea.
Tho results of the Soviet be betrayal
trayal betrayal are known to tho free
wcr d. Durinq tho next we"'',
5600 Soviet tanks and soma fif fifteen
teen fifteen divisions- ibtut JM.OOO
Russians put down tho Free Freedom
dom Freedom Rebellion with massive
Thousands were killed in Hnn-
ty till MAS tOW
WASHINGTON The most sweep- strenuous trip to Panama instead
. -r fr.rplL.nftf a niwh 1 ace fIpdhiim.. .. 1 l . 1
L,g review in numimu -: pnsuuvui scueuui
policy since the end of the war ed taix with Nehru in Washington,
cook plaife last weekend in the During the recent conversations,
private presidential cottage wuwu
Ike's friends built for him just off
the golf course at Augusta, Ga.
There the President and John
Foster Dulles drafted the main
points on what may be a historic
new poucy which wui reassert a-
i..r'n Iparlprsl in throuffhOUt the
world. The Secretary of State had
been working ol this wnue resung
oeen worsang im wuuc b-j rTi.
at Key West, had talked with Ike Rd Chtaa
some of the messflcp rMehfH
- V 11VU1M
came personally from Ike himself.
ww we luuipii rame aunuter
reported much happier.
RED CHINA RELATIONS
(Jilt tVUm lilsuiieAl t. ASw
secret Nehru conversations which
u i-ou w agreement wai
fV ' -
several times 0"er the telephone
se as to coordinate weir wont.
Meanwhile, other joreign-poucy
Thp Tnrlian Prin. u;.:4 ij
m lulc iumisier wants
Communist China admitted to the
wkuvw nauuuk ana said
Meanwhile, ouier ioreign-puuKy aa. ne
advisers, chiefly the National .Sec- ffi, f .ide4with
urity Council and vice rresiaem --o--- "fw uie arem arem-Nixon,
Nixon, arem-Nixon, have been working on the .s btoj-batt m Hungary. He
same problem in Washington. ffarp n.ttn.n Commu
The basic issue facing the Pres-. V tota be-
.. . . j. t: come JUSt as indenpnripwt t
ident ana nis Aannni,ruii "'iC0T --
some time has been wnetner w
fnt. loose from our traditional al-
iui-,- .v ... ims is ine Dosinon
ry s Freedom Revolution, i n ejues, ri uu ap, ..-"-j oy uean Acheson
world oress carries account! of
mass deportations to the USSR.
Thousands more have been fortu fortunate
nate fortunate enough to escape to the free
At this writing, the citizens of
mv country have not wholly sub submitted
mitted submitted to Soviet force. There are
stilt instances of partisan fighting
throughout Hungary. And the peo
ple have used tne weanon oi we
feneral strike as a protest against
Since I had come to Vienna on
a mission for the revolutionary
group my own course was clear.
To go back to Hungary would
mean either death or at best im-
nrisnnmpnt. T would stav in the
free world and tell the story of
how Hungarians held freedom in
their harvls for a few days before
Soviet tanks and troops destroyed
My people and I, who have tast tasted
ed tasted freedom, will neve forget, it.
I will work for the liberation of
mv hnmolnnH in the free WTM.
and someday I hope to go back to
a free Hungary.
up witi the African-Asiatic nations
once colonies of, trance ana England.
nn this Mr Eisenhower has lac
ed an important cleavage in his
by Dean Acheso as Truman's
Secretary of State, and the Eisen-
hnwpr AdministratiMi AiA.'. k..
, "mil v any
it from Nehru. They did, however,
express sympathy, and promised
to wont out oetter relations with
This may be one reason for the I
mure menciy statement by Chou
En-Lai last week that ha exhept.
I ST I
. 1 WV ni'Aiiai. at A I n .nn L. ... 1
Th Afro.Asin advisers are led TPS?!" J"u-
..aw guy ru
by Vice President Nixon with sup
port from UN Amoassaoor nenry
During his trips through Asia,
Nixon has become more and more
sold on the neutralist bloc, despite
their flirtations with Moscow and
despite their desire to stay aloof
from USA-USSR rivalry.
This ii a new anoroach for Nix
on. When he ran for the Senate in
What will come out of all these
hapkctaOP his-h.lpupl liapuppipi I
plus the Dulies-ELenhower talk at
Augusta, will probably be a speech
All fflrAlfffl nniiv mnra imrtiie: -infl
than anything the President has
ucuveit.u owing nis zour yearsi
in office. I
It will probably give lin sarvical
f : i ii. . .1
on. When he ran for the Senate in' to traditional ties with England
1950 his campaign got heavy fin- and France, but pave the way fori
ancial support from the China lob- much more coonprat.mn ith amp
A WOMAN FLEES in terror from Kos3uth Lajos Square where
Soviet tanks were firing at unarmed Hungarians gathered there.
tinue to arrive from the peasants
t ai a. : -V
in tne countrysiae.
Shooting was still going on as
darkness fell today.
WEpmsmY, oct. sl
Today Soviet troops are even
leaving tho Post part of tho ci city.
ty. city. About 300 tanks and armored
began to loavo the Ministry
ena mf rarnamenr
iut 41 a.m. Bv 2 D.m.
tanki heat comoloted
ir evacuation of Budapest.
a are winnninff the Freedom
Everyone is jubilant they
cheer as the Soviets leave our ci
ty. No one is working today ev
ryone is celebrating. Children are
playing on the streets again.
And today I am going to Vienna
the revolutionary council is send
ing me to get medicine for the
as i left trie city on an auto auto-bike
bike auto-bike I saw no Soviet tanks they
En route to" Vienna I was stop stopped
ped stopped eight times by Freedom Fight-
arq hut psnh time nprmitr.prt
to pass because I had papers from
tne revolutionary council in nuaa
There was not a, single Soviet
Ofllintprpd nn thp whnla frtn
in live nnurs was ar. r.np Aus
For the first thrpn da us T lira a In
" ----- p. W UUJB M, HUkJ ill
Vienna rounding up the medical
supplies, reports from my country
stil -inrlipfltprt thai u,p wo.- .nlv,
ning the Freedom Revolution.
i taiKed with many other Hunca Hunca-rlans
rlans Hunca-rlans who had come out of the
country to visit friends or loved
ones for thp first timp In mm
or to get food and medicines to
tako back to our country. We all
expeeieo to return to our home
land within a few days.
Thp firat intimation I U.J tU.
I could not go back to Hungary
came early Sunday. The Vien Viennese
nese Viennese radio reported that the So Soviet
viet Soviet had lannrhprl a muciua
armed attack on Budapest and
tho roe of Hungary.
Quickly I. tuned in Radio Buda
pest and hears a confirmation of
the Soviet betrayal. Russian troops
I J i 1- 1.1 I A WW . t
nan sirucK mroagnout Hungary
between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m.
I heard Premier Nagy state in a
broadcast, "In the early hours of
this morning, Soviet troops launch-
prl an attack scrainst nur ranttal
city with the obvious intention of
overthrowing the lawful, democra democratic
tic democratic Hungarian government. Our
troops are fighting. The govern-
relatives of Chiang Kai-
Note Thp annnintmnnt nf a rtpj
r- ... u tiymmm
XMl-. L n. , 88
In New York, meanwhile. Am-; "7 ""IZ"1'
bassador Lodge has been djTw a T,
mnrp anH mora with the Afro-A- u
tank, armored car or soldier en-'ment is in its place. I inform the
ETCHED BY HORROR The
strain of 25 years' imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment in Siberia shows on the
face of Sevki Bektore, 60-year-old
Turkish professor, follow-;
ing his release and return to j
Istanbul. He obtained his free freedom
dom freedom by writing three letters to
Communist Party Chief Nikita
Khrushchev Bektore left Tur Turkey
key Turkey in 1917 to teach Turks in
the Crimea, but was arrested in j
Tachkend, Turkistan. He was I
condemned by the Russians for i
provoking nationalism because )
be was leaching Turkish. His,
comment, after being reunited
with his wife and three chil children:
dren: children: "There is nothing like,
sian bloc. He has lined up U.b.
vntoc nn thp sidp nf Arabs and the
Nehru neutralists whom we once
criticized so bitterly during the In Indochina
dochina Indochina negotiations in Geneva.
Durine Dulles' illness these two
young policy-makers. Nixon and
Lodge, have been in a position to
have their own way.
Thnnrh ahaant hnwever Dulles
has agreed With them. Irked at the
r rench and British tor auacxing
Supz hp nrohahlv would have anna
just as far,' if not further than Nix
on and Lodge.
The pro-r rench and British
ffrnun lnnliiriPG arivitpra in r.hp
State Department and the Nation
al security council who hate to
see any break with our traditional
Actually the chief leader of this
group is Eisenhower himself. His
friendship with the British goes po position
sition position nnnnsitp avarv Amnrinan nf.
ficer in order to promote complete!
A 1 T A : 1 i i
His London Guildhall speech was
greeted as one of the great clas classics
sics classics in outlining Anglo-American
friendship. After the war he was
presented with part of Culzean
Castle in Scotland as a gift of the
SECRET TALKS WITH NEHRU
While t.hpsp nnlipv riisnnccinna
were in progress, the Nixon-Lodge
policy of Asia cooperation actual-
1 1 1 '..a. x i . a '.'
ly nas Deen put to a test during
recret tallra with Primp Minictpr
Nehru ta India. These have been
taxing piace through toe Indian
Embassy in Washington, the Amer American
ican American Emhassv in Naw Dplhi and
the United Nations ta New York.
Result of these talks was a sec secret
ret secret agreement that the United
Qfifnc nrnil.' k.
withdrawal of British, French and
sraen troops irom Egyptian sou.
Tn return Nehru aorparf tn Ann.
ounce Russia for the Hungarian
V. I 1 U.aVl. XT1 fa 1 ii. i
uluuu-uiibn. neoru aiso agreed mai
Western investn.ents must be pro-
tppiiJ i i-U. UlUJl. VI. -a.
Mjiriru in tin; miauie Cjdst.
talks was Nehru's hurry-up invita-
i! x in II A
i inn i.n nnmo T.n wacn nnrnn u e
.av w ii aiDuuivvu. aaio
visit had been canceled after Ike's
ileitis attack last June, and Neh Nehru
ru Nehru was reported miffed when the
President chose to take on the
Democratic cooperation in c a
political opposition develops to a
r-y close alignment with the Afroa
Rlinlrpr nnt mpvplw oammJ ...J.
"-' wv ujvi aciycu UUUCJH
the Truman Administration as ArM
uaisauor w Argenunt ami; ltaiyi
hp ifi filcft lnner.fiseriA 411 J
Dean Acheson dating back to theitfl
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of the organization for the
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Paraiso scout shack on Friday
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There was a good turnout of
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The meeting concluded with
the showing of film strips of the
organization's field activities,
Safety Field Day program at
paraiso and the 1955 Veteran's
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by district chairman Atherley. A
social session followed with the
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"Static (electricity," said Dr.
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tions. situations. Hospitals, for example,
hve had to be careful about use
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Because of static electricity's
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, Mrs. Lawrence Adler was host hostess
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Mrs. Marion Lucas, who has just
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Author LiHian Smith
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MONTGOMERY. Ala., Dec. 7
(UP) Lillian Smith, Georgia Georgia-born
born Georgia-born white author of the contro controversial
versial controversial novel "Strange Fruit,"
called for a quick end to segrega segregation
tion segregation last night and criticized "mo "moderates"
derates" "moderates" for doing nothing about
, A speech by Miss Smith was
read in her absence at a Negro Negro-sponsored
sponsored Negro-sponsored bi-racial 'Institute of
Non-Violence and Social Change,"
sponsored by the Montgomery Im Improvement
provement Improvement Assn.
The organization supports the
Negro boycott of Montgomery city
buses that was one-year old yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Miss Smith, confined to her
home In Clayton, Ga., by a slight
:n .j "Neither cancer nor
segregation will go away while
you close your eyes. Both are
ii j,. nt not riH nf se2re-
11 we uu b-" -- --
eation in buses and trains and
. . AkAnlc urn oro
planes ana in our si", -j.
,u kiahast law interpret-
ing body of our land," she said.
She charged mat musi u
whites "are doing nothing spout
ending segregation, calhng them
i .it it,. Cnta (hasp moder-
ates are doing nothing or almost
nothing, men like Herman lai lai-madge
madge lai-madge and Senator Eastland are
shouting at ww" V"
ces to prevent unes1""
. k. mnlomtcs. She
sj j.u. are losing
saio, wunc yv..- j-
their ireeaoms, we
right and tne ireeuuw iu v
mio cmith thanked the boycot-
, if ohnwine us all that were
is always a creative, good, non-
. 4 mAot aMM
violent way w
XmasTree Is Lit
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP)-Gov.
Lane winell of New Hampshire
officiated at Rockefeller Center s
24th annual Christmas tree light lighting
ing lighting today.
Tho three ton, 65-year-old tree
came from New Hampshire's
"Christmas tree country." It was
a gift from the state to Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller Center, officials said.
The tree is lighted by 2,200
"firefly" bulbs and 1,200 red,
white and green plastic globes.
HONORARY GRADUATE Senator Margaret Chase Smith is
awarded the USARCARIB School crest by Colonel Gines Perez,
USARCARD3 School, signifying honorary graduate at informal
ceremony Wednesday following an orientation of the School's
activities. In the background, Lt. Colonel Robert H. Townsend,
' assistant commandant.
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A Special Stockholders' Meeting of COMPA COMPA-NIA
NIA COMPA-NIA LICORERA DE PANAMA, S. A., con con-voked
voked con-voked at 2:00 p.m., oh 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
To adqpt new charter and new hy-Iaws.
December 4( 1&56.
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Council Lists Cases To Be Helped
By Christmas Basket Contributions
Early contributions to the
Christmas Basket Fund spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Atlantic Religious
Workers Council indicated that
the response this year would be
every bit as generous as in pre previous
vious previous years.
The various church groups and
agencies distributing these bas baskets
kets baskets have pointed out that the
need this year far exceeds any
previous year. Every effort will
be made to see that no one will
go hungry on Christmas Day.
One agency director submitted
the first five cases in his file. He
stated that in each case none is
eligible to receive CARE pack packages.
ages. packages. Case No. 1 Widow, 73
years, lives alone, rent' $7 .50 re
ceives monthly income of $8.
Case No. 2 WJiow, 71 years,
former church- chorister, senile
although physically fit. No In
Case No. 3 Ole man, I ves in
shack on Colon Beach: only
support is from a friendly fam
ily which receives its support
Case No. 4 Middle-aged
woman and sfck husband, in
come never more than 111 pet
month, pays rental of 17.
: Case No. t Man, 65, invalid,
wife and two grandchildren, fiv
ng on small plat of land outside
of Colon. Own small boose, has
no income, unfit to cultivate bis
plat, supports grandchildren de deserted
serted deserted by parents who make
These are typical cases of
, those cared for on Christmas
'Day by the Christmas Basket
j A partial list of individuals
and groups who have contribut contribut-ed
ed contribut-ed to this year's drive Includes
Qatun Union church ... $ 3184
'American Bible 8oci:y 4.00
; YMCA Benefit Dance . 43.30
jWally Eastman, Albany,
Cristobal Post Office .. 10.00 r
Cia Henrique?, R. g.
' Leigh 5.00
Bethany Baptist Church 2500
I United Fruit Co 50.00
(Standard Fruit Co 22.00
Dr. vern Prier 5.00
N. J. Owen, American Le Legion
gion Legion Aux. No. 3 10.00
1 Maxine Wrenn, Margarita
I Union Church 200 00
Coco Solo Hospital .... 29.15
US, Iceland Reach Agreement
On Keflavik Air Force Base
WASHINGTON, Deer 7 (UP) I new agreement "welcomed tha
The 'United Stales and Iceland! arrangements which have bees
today rached an agreement per-(reached."
mating American forces to re- The new agreement was em
main at the key Keflavik air base bodied in diplomatic notes ex ex-in
in ex-in the mid-Atlantic country. changed at the Iceland capital of
The State Department said the : Reykjavik. It establishes a joint
two governments agreed that "thejU.S.-Icelandic "standing group'
continuing threat to the security 'to study Icelandic defense needs
of Iceland and the North Atlantic and make recommendations to
community" necessitated keeping tb two governments.
U.S. troops on the island. The new agreement will permit
The Icelandic government de- the United" States to resume the
manded the talks after its Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament last March said there was
no longer any need for the U.S.
The State Department attrib
uted Iceland's about-face to "the
recent development of world af
fairs" as well as to continuing
threats to the security of Iceland
and other nations of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Department spokesman Lincoln
White told newsmen that Russia's
brutal suppression of the Hungar
ian revolt was one of tne factors
which prompted the Icelandic
government to drop its demand.
Under a 1951 U.S. Igetand
treaty, more than 4,000 American
troops are stafronBrr 11 the Ke Keflavik
flavik Keflavik base and at radar stations
to protect Iceland and the Atlantic
trade routes for NATO. Iceland
has no armed forces of lt sown.
Both the United States and the
North Atlantic Treaty Council op-
nosed withdrawal of the American
Tne State Department said the
construction work at the Keflavik
base which had been smnended
when Iceland made its "withdrawal
Variety Night Set
For Sunday At JWB
The monthly Variety night
show offered by the USO-JW8
Armed Forces service Center
will start time at 8:15 Sunday
and will be followed by an in informal
formal informal dance.
Bill Hardiri oyttrt Clayton
will again be he mrdmstor of
entertainment and In addition
will sinu some popular numbers
appropriate to the December
Paul'rjonp, stationed at Fort
Amador, will provide a bag full
of magical acts.
Pasodobles and fandangos will
be danced by Miss Luchfta Bp Bp-rllln
rllln Bp-rllln Panamanian Interpreter
when informed of the of musical art of Spain.
Instrumental will be nrovided
by saxophonist Pvt. Dick Her Herman
man Herman of the 82nd MRU. Bill Hele,
the young harmonoclst of No November's
vember's November's Variety night fame,
will be heard seain with a cou couple
ple couple of rousing tunes.
Miss Grace Lombana, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Nlza Pasamante,
will furnish the vocals for ths
Nellie and Paula Holgersen. a
sister act, and will produce a
blend of harmony that goes well
with Christmas carols.
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on six months' probation for
fraudulently obtaining state un unemployment
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busy working he had to send a
friend. Porter Isaac, 31, to pick
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Social and Otli
Miss Gundy Feted
At Farewell Party
Miss Elizabeth Gunday was
guest of honor at a no-host party
given by her friends at the Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Club last night.
Miaa Gundy, who has been em
ployed as a nurse at Gorgas Hos-
Lay Readers To Be
At SI. Chrisfoph's
Special services wilt be conduct conducted
ed conducted at St. Christopher'! Episcopal
Courch, Rio Abajo, Sunday In ob observance
servance observance of the second Sunday in
The day's observance will begin
with a celebration of the Holy
Communion at 6 a.m., followed
by the sung Eucharist and ser sermon
mon sermon at 7:30 a.m., when the Lay
Readers appointed by uisnoo n,
hw r.nodpn to serve at St. Chris
tnnhor's flhureh for a period of
one year, will be admitted to their
office. Those to De aamuiea are.
John M. Blackman, Dudley C.
Neiison, Cecil L. Carter, Alfred A.
Griffith, DaKon D. Downs, and Eu
At the 7:30 a.m. service, the
members of the Woman's Auxilia Auxiliary
ry Auxiliary will make their corporate com communion.
munion. communion. Regular services will con continue
tinue continue throughout the day conduct conducted
ed conducted by the1 Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
assisted by the Rev. (jllarence A.
Baha'is To Hold
a w m I I atv
"One God and One World." will
be the subject of tonight's regular
weekly discussion by the Baha l
Group of the Canal Zone af the
Wirz Memorial Hall, Balboa.
A member of the group will give
a short talk on the subject, after
which there will be a period of
questions and discussion by those
People of all races, creeds and
nationalities are invited to the
pital, will leave shortly for a new
position at the Marine Hospital in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Nay Be Next Envoy
To Great Britain
tack notice far iaclurion ia tMs
should a submitted ia
fyae-wntteii tern Md mailed to MM
M the box numbon listed dairy ia
"Social and Otherwise,'' or dolivor dolivor-ed
ed dolivor-ed by hand to Hie office. Noticot of
meetings cannot be accepted by
Will Meat Tomorrow
The Department council of Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, Panama Canal Zone,
Veterans of Foreign Wars will
meet at the Post Home of the Lt.
Frank Albrook Post No, 3822 to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 10 a.m.
All members of the Council are
urged to attend this important
AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec: 7 (UP)
WinthroD AMrich, the U.T5 Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Great Britain has in.
dicated his desire to retire frn-n
diplomatic life and President Ei-
sennower mav .namp Jnhn Hivi t-, ... ..
fT.vi nrui,- .."" rwner memoers ot me UUDlo
rtaTte .rSJ m mm- AU States Post No. 727 are also in-
vlted to attend. Plans for the
TKc forthcoming Poppy Day Sale, de
from WaThinrtnr tJ?5 rTC" i"1' of the membership drive
AN.,fflv.uMil otter subjects will be discuss-
President Eisenhower Is vacation-1 i
Whitnev is not a shoo-in for the 001,1 men and b0" werc exnected
job. In fact, some of the Presi-to end UP in important admlnis admlnis-dent's
dent's admlnis-dent's closest advisers urged their Nation posts before many months,
friends not to "go out on a limb" There have been unnumerable
about Whitney. reports in recent weeks, particul-
. ariy since the election, that Whit-
ine name of Christian A. HerterJ ncy was In line for a top admlnis admlnis-k
k admlnis-k rm as Governor of Mas-'tration post- not the kind of job
sachusetts ends shortly, was men-1 that pins a man down to a tough
tioned as possibly a better bet fori working scheduled, but a post
T?r??u u.u where a successful American coufd
Whether Whitnpv nr Uertar a.l.lkont ..oflont tw ihii.rni. ,k.
we piusn amoassadonal post, the country.
zaci remained that the Eisenhow-I London would be tailor-made for
cr auminisirauon was beholden to him
TO HOT SPOT With war
flaming In Egypt, Adm. Walter
P. Boone, commander of U.S.
Naval forces of the Eastern At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Mediterranean, has
transferred bis headquarters
from London to the USS Pocono
in the Mediterranean. The Po Pocono,
cono, Pocono, an amphibious command
ahip, is now stationed at Isken Isken-derun,
derun, Isken-derun, Turkey.
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Eisenhower has named Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary of Labor Arthur Lar Larson
son Larson as new director of the U.S.
Information Agency. His recent
book "A Republican Looks at
His Party" was widely quoted
during the recent preside'" 1
Dr. Rafael DeBoyrie and his
young son Ralph wilt accompany
his parents, Mr. and Mn. Eugene
Deboyrie to Miami where ihey
will visit for a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. V. R. Robihard, nee Jane
They witt then fly to Cuba for a
abort tay at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. DeBnvrie. Dr. DeBoyrie and
his son will continue their trip to
North Eat, Ppnnsy'vsiia .where
thev will meet Mrs. DeBoyrie who
has been vlsiMng for the past sev several
eral several weeks with her f a m i 1 y in
A requiem mas will be held
for the repose of the tool of
the late Mn. Irene Bryan to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at St. Paul'
The mass will begin at A.
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Canada. They will visit In Penn Penn-aylvania
aylvania Penn-aylvania with Mr. and Mri. M. E,
Orton, Jr., nee Helene DeBoyrie.
Ala. Negro Janitor
BESSEMER, Ala.. Dec. 7 (UP)
Police investigated today a Ne
gro janitor s charge that he wsj
kidnaped and beaten by eight Ku
Klvx Klansmen who possibly mis-j
took him for a Montgomery, Ala.,
Wnnrlrnw Johnson. 44. said the
men oosinc a police officer pick
ed him up in their car on a city
street, drove him to a lonely apot
on the old Tuscaloosa' highway and
Johnson said the men asked
him what part he played in the
in t per tinn movement and asked
if he were the Rev. King, presum
ably meaning me nev. wiarim
Luther King, leader of the Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery Negro boycott of egregat egregat-ed
ed egregat-ed city buses.
The Negro said three men were
in the automobile but were joined
by five others at the site of the
beating. They picked him up with
the words, "Get In. You're under
arrest," Johnson said. They later
told him they were Klansmen.
At their destination, Johnson
said, they asked him "Do you
want to run for it or- stay and
take it?" The Negro said he de decided
cided decided to stay after noticing a rifle
and a shotgun in the car.
He was then hit on the head
from behind, Johnson said, and
knocked unconscious. He said he
came to, and the men put himj
back in the car ana arove mm
part of the distance to Bessemer
He said he arrived at his home
at S a.m. Wednesday after walk
ing most of the night.
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GENERAL MOSES ARRIVES ON ISTHMUS Brig. Gea Lloyd
MoseS chats with Lt. Col Rice, Headquarters USAHCAJiffl, .after
debarking from the USS Goethals yesterday. Pier 9 Cristobal.
At the right is Mrs. Moses and at the left in the BackgrdUhd is.
Lieutenant Colonel Arthur May, Deputy. Past Commandant at
Fort Gullck. General Moses and his WJte ate ,hqu$e suesta of
Lt. Col. Arnold Rice, J- Section, Quarry IJerghts, during their
stay in the Canal Zone, ...
THE BISHOP'S ROCK' WAS 'BLESSED'
FOR ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN RELIGIOUS
LONDON, Dec. 4 We would
have to to back a very long way
m tne history to flna a man of
ine cnurcn comoarame io Aitu Aitu-bishop'
bishop' Aitu-bishop' Makarios, now exlied
from Cyprus, whose other than
ecclesiastical activities have re
cently been revealed in ine cap captured
tured captured documents and diaries of
1Kb trrnr-'t. leader Grivas. The
British government spokesman
has tola us tnat wiese aocumenu
will eventually be published in
full translation oi some zou.uuu
words Is a Ion task and will
leave no possible doubt as to the
"brains" and the instigator of
the terror that has nrlpped the
strategic Mediterranean Island
xor many momus.
As it is impossible to believe
that Archbishop Makarios could
have looked after his not incon
siderable nocic, in T.nt suiriiiiai
mn anri at the aim time or
ganize both a political and a ter
rorist campaign, u
to suppose that his pastoral let letter
ter letter read more like the commu
nications between an under-
m-ia ivwi --- t r, T
Just as such communications
,nri4 ia Hat- ann his lpnienan s.
would convict an underworld
leader should they tail into me
k.n'j. nt lh nnlloa an tha fln::ll-
ments now in tha.nosssasioti ot
tht British authorities convict
Maxarios logemer ww
and tn terrorist organiAition
Known as ja.a.
It is vostibU that a issssr
bishop advised tht Archbish Archbishop
op Archbishop that tor apvearances takt
he should officiate at the fun
eral of tne oooor wittrasrre m
a monastery bv terrorists who
had aakarios' hlessinQ. But
this kind of thing can be com compared
pared compared to the old custom amono
nnnmtfers of eivinn a victim an
enormous and expensive fun funeral
eral funeral and, sometimes; being one
of the chief mourners. The
gangsters however, hove been
knowm to refer in generous
terms to their victims, some something
thing something Makarios failed to da at
the tmieral ot this real man
or the church whose, only
crime was that he would .(not
hat the British authorities.
Amrmt TVia HrkMimarttA- alrea-
dv published, is one that shows
that the man responsible for the
spiritual welfare of the' Cypridta
of, Greek origin, after visiting
Marsnai Psnagos, oicMteo ine
pastoral letter "containm: his
order that terrorist activities in
the island were to btglh on
March 2Stis Next, the Archbish
op became a little contused as
tn the size of his flock and the
area ror which he was "soirru
Riv i couuiioiue;. nv virvvW
another pastoral letter, this time
TH OUD CELL CAME-Charles C. Clayton, professor at
Southern Illinois University, peer through a barred doer at
Illinois Slat Penitentisry at Maynard. No prisoner, he aweitf
adrnistidh to the prison where he teaches new writing to 30
inmates, the first college course ever offered at tha maximum
aeetwity ewWtiaf '.. i .tiVaiiii,M.- 'ils idaft
to the Athens Bdlo direel-ois
ulWiaa' ;tn,ua.-7-vu uSt a
' xMtif ell wue iSitt'iu.
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ptixce a Ovum mo uuya tuir ui
CfcttUU0-i 01 IUtH AviiK-
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weeks niter tuat an oraer to
imta jor met oomoS was
Uispuidi Lit wun yet unotner
Thara 1 nn. rapnrrt a letter
from AiohiSiiop Mianaiios, wm wm-ten
ten wm-ten a ituiuaerahie iitne before
his removal liiim Cvurus. 11 re-
terrea to tne reueatea requuts
Dy tne Jiriwsn auinoriues mat,
ue snouia alter completely me
tone of his pastoral letters ana.
like Chi'lfttkan man of tne
churcii, aenounce, terrorism. The
letter states: "J am sincerely aJ
fraid that an official condemna
tion oi events ny myseii woum
not find aP the present stage, tht
necessary response, but wpuid.
involve me run oi exposin pi
ratner unprouroaDjy. raw me
Archbishop's refusal to write the
one- vital latter which would
hatve rArtored peace to Cypru
was the most damnirrt- stater
ment he could .possibly make a
Lont'before the capture Of'thtl
incuuiiuiiiiiiK owiuuuiw, niw
bishop Makarios was known' to
be connected with the terrori&t
movement, yet ne was given an
opportunity to negotiate, on toer
nan. oi ms leiiow-uypnow. w
it cowardice or the fear of oer-
snnnl v in lan re at t.ha hands nf
tha ttwnrtat. rHftnat.er -which haw
had created n the lines oi his
pasrorat icciers, out, wnicn ne
could no longer control? The, an
swer miist hauht a Oyprlot who
spends so many hours a day a
:ft PgijfflSf1 feUh(.kP--Owl's Nest (requests -lrt"
klIoater Wr taken by phonTttwouih.
Annual GHS Xmps
Festival Dec. 20
TheJ8th annual Christmas
festivalwill be riven at Criato Criato-bal
bal Criato-bal High SehooV on Thursday;
Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the audi audi-torivm.
, Admission. is free but patrons
and friends of the school should
secure reserved seats In advance
hv contacting the hirh school
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Admiral Denies Suez interference
By U.S. Sixth Fleet in Invasion
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close- s.meone told about a
lips ana Loogshots: If old movie mobsters in Chicago
-isca can win big ratings on i laying a cornerstone for
TV these late, late evenings, may-; caiWing near the Loop.
oe you 11 get a cnucxie uui m
some of these old, oM Hollywood
anecdotes. (Well, anyway, it's a
new excuse for taking a day off.
It wat a dull day, anyway. Elvis
Presley didn't punch anyone in
the iiiieil all dav an no one had a
new angle on the short, happy life
One mugg said: "This
an auspicious occasion
of Jimmy Dean.)
So her goes:
It happened at a swank Hotly Hotly-wood
wood Hotly-wood party at which there were
I good many rented white ties
and tails. One Hollywood charac character,
ter, character, in his cups, could stand it no
longer. He stood up and proposed
"Ta the Western Costume Co.,
he said, "without whosa help sv sv-ral
ral sv-ral of us could not bt hara to-
Mfora Ha became so busy with
Liz Taylor and his new movie,
Around the World in 80 Days,'
Mike Todd spent all of his spare
time playing gin rummy with Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood cronies.
One time he played rummy un until
til until 6 o'clock in the morning but
because of a business appoint appointment
ment appointment he had time only for a quick
shower and shave before rushing
off to his office.
"What's wrong?" asked his sec
I'vl got a rummy
For one of his Warner come comedies,
dies, comedies, Jack Carson had to milk a
cow. After several unsuccessful
'takes." a worried look appeared
on the face of the cow's handler
and he whispered to Jack:
'Toil better make this one good.
It's the last take in the cow."
A Veteran Hollywood studio ex executive
ecutive executive once told me it's very
simple to succeed in movietown.
His advice: "Never leave your of office
fice office Without a piece of paper in
your hand. Then everybody thinks
- ROME, Dee. 7 (UP-Vice Adnxi delayed the British French land land-Charles
Charles land-Charles R. Brown, commander of mgs.
the I S. Sixth Fleet, today de-j Re said his fleet went into east.
nied as "absurd'' reports that his urn Mediterranean waters to evac-
, warsmps maneuvered deUDeraieiy uafe U. S. n-itwi'a fron the
1 to hinder the Aneln-Frenrh inV3- Mmhat thraqlano .... Un av.
lyp, a 7 v uiiccreucu .lea. nc w.-
last month. 'forces "in such a way as to best
Brown conceded however, that defend the ships and aircraft en en-there
there en-there had been a "risk of em-, gaged in actual evacuation duties
banssment" when the If. S. and from attack or other mishaps."
Lefty should be here. WhereV e Iiels PmMa 11 Admitting there had been a
-. ""- j juov ucwic uic, nss oi eiuDarassmeai Deiween
invasion of Egypt. Itiis forces and the Anglo French
The admiral made the, staterant: fleet and that signals had been ex-
response to a question submit-; changed, Brown said that only
ia oy umiea rress tnrougn U.S. British Adm. Sir Guy Grantham
Navy authorities in Rome. could say whether any actual em-
A famed husbanl nri wif- .I011owa rce" Ad- harassment resulted.
went into a torrid love scene fo- !"'r. y,. sJta!men'; sS "con "it is my belief that it did not,''
a film and a studio visitor asked! I, r I haf J? mde Jtween;Browp said.
"How can they kiss so pasSbnatf- l!l r rnch naval Brown's statement was sent
3y when they've been married s u off gypt early last mnth- from his flagship, the cruiser Sa-
iem, on me eve oi large scaie
anti-submarine maneuvers off Ta Ta-ranto,
ranto, Ta-ranto, Italy.
Three aircraft carriers, 12 de destroyers,
stroyers, destroyers, two submarines and
smaller craft were assembling at
the southern Italian base, across
the Adriatic Sea from Communist
Albania where Soviet submarines
Another muao leaned over and
whispered. "Quiet, you jerk. Lefty
is In the cornerstone.'
Easy," a studio worker ex ex-plained,
plained, ex-plained, "The only time they see
each other is when they're work working
ing working in a movie together."
jACprr on sxtpqi
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
London and Paris press reports
later claimed the Sixth Fleet had
' deliberately" maneuveredin the
path of the Anglo French inva invasion
sion invasion forces and delayed the Suez
landings by some days.
B own said today it was "pal
pably absurd" that any minor inJ
terierence between the two fleets
have i are believed based.
Even in the old days, Bob Hope
Nuys, Calif." Bob once said, "is
a couple of homes surrounded by
Andy Devine." And his definition
of those rehearsed ad libs:
"Spur of the writers' jokes."
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Opening lead V A
When Orry-Kelly the famed
movietown designer, was asked to
gown a famous star in such a
way as to make her appear a
grand lady, ho buffed:
"You can't make a grand lady
ui oi auggy ban."
Director Irving Rapper, direct
ing a difficult scene for a film"
aid it to Eltanor Parker:
"I want you to think a smila
At the peak of his career as a
hoy genius in Hollywood, Orson
Welles had a lecture date in a
small town. There was a rain rainstorm
storm rainstorm and only 12 people were in
the audience. Orson counted the
house and then introduced him
I write, produce, direct and
act in the movies. I writ, pre
duce, direct and act on radio.
write, produce, direct and act on
th estate. Isn't it a pity there are
o nany of me ind to few tf
During Filming of one of Jim
my v-3neys gangster movies,
H a laejr Tivar causes you to suffer
from Indifeetlon, gas, heaftburn, con con-tlpatlon,
tlpatlon, con-tlpatlon, haadaehes, bad breath, dlz dlz-in,
in, dlz-in, bMoueneaa and akin blemtshea,
et Hlialwt from your chemlat today.
HJoalen f a ml tonlo to the liver and
tntaatlnaa. Get Hiaalon at drufetore,
It's always uncomfortable when
the opponeqts trump a good trick.
But it is still possible to make the
best of a bad situation.
West opened the ace of hearts
and continued with the queen of
hearts at the second trick. The
average declarer would have
played the kins of hearts from
fthe dummy, thus, losing the game
eentjacfe East would return a
club, after ruffing dummy's king
of hearts, and the- defenders
would thus get two high hearts,
a heart ruff, and the king of
clubs, defeating the contract.
When the declarer was Charles
J. Solomon of Philadelphia no
such misfortune overtook him. He
recognized the situation and re refused
fused refused to play the king of hearts
from the dummy at the second
This simple play was effective.
West had to lead a third heart,
since any shift would enable
declarer to draw trumps. East
ruffed the king of hearts and
returned a club, but it was now
too late. Charley put up the ace
of dubs, ruffed a. heart with .we
of dummy's high trumps, and
drew trumps. He was then able
to lead his last heart, now estab established,
lished, established, and discard the losing
club from the dummy. The rest
i in the Mediterranean could
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Sat. "Hell On Frisco Bay"
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MOftE SAFETY Capt. Richard Ogg, right, who successfully
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a second vital precaution upon arrival at his Saratoga, Calif,
home. He had his entire family line up for Salk anti-polio shots.
Above, family physician Dr. Robert O'Neilli left, prepares to
inoculate Ogg's wife, Blanche, and their daughter, six-year-old
Marilyn. Son Randy, 10, had had his shot earlier.
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Tasco Tourney Enters
Final Round Tomorrow
Riggs has a five stroke
lead on the field in the cham championship
pionship championship flight as the Tasco
Battery Tournament enters tne
llnal round of play tomorrow at
port Amador. Fred Weade and
Cris Castaneda are leading in
the Other flights, but by nar narrower
rower narrower margins.
A steady two over par 70 in
the third round enabled Riggs
to create his big lead, as Bill
Dickens, the second round lead leader,
er, leader, soared to an 80 and dropped
to fifth place. H. F. (Father)
Donovan with a good 76-6-70 is
tied for second with Joe Kincald,
who had a hot 72-7-65 to put
himself in contention. Paul Mo Mo-ran
ran Mo-ran in fourth spot kept his
alive with a 76-7-69.
'Riggs is doing even better in
the race for low gross honors as
his 216 Is nine strokes better
than Dickens' 225.
In the first flight Fred Weade
came through with a 79-14-65 to
pass Walter Grow who had 83-13-70.
weade is a stroke ahead
of Grow and five strokes in
front of Roger Williams whose
net 72 was far over the sizzling
64 he had in the second round.
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It's a three way race in the
second flight with Cris castane castaneda
da castaneda two strokes up on Sam John Johnson
son Johnson and Rudy Gangle. caStane caStane-da's
da's caStane-da's second round 79-16-63 Is
still the best effort of the tour tournament
nament tournament to date. Castaneda's 253
is top gross score in the 2nd
Cal Riggs (4)
H. F. Donovan (6)
J. Kincald (7)
P. Moran (7)
B. Dickens (4)
G. Fish (8)
C. Lanza (4)
Al Kline (5)
M. Malone (7)
J. Lally (8)
F. Weade (14)
W. Grow (13)
R. Williams (11)
A. Kosik (11)
H. Lehman (14
J. F. Cain (13)
T. Spencer (14)
C. Bell (13)
C. J. Browne (13)
J. Roby (14)
C. castaneda (16)
S. Johnson (18)
R. Gangle (18)
W. Buttler (19)
R. Hughes (20)
K. Binder (22)
T. Hote (16)
R. perafta (20)
A. O'Leary (23)
W. Akers (17)
Kiss And Make Up
As Meetings Close
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 7
(UP) The major and minor
leagues, who had so many spats
he last decade that they nearly
wound up In court, kissed and
made up today.
In one of the most harmon harmonious
ious harmonious settings in many years,
the minors off'cially wound up
all their business here today
on a highly optimistic note.
Equally hea r t e n e d major
league officials headed for
Chicago where they begin
their own sessions Monday.
Beyond doubt, the biggest fac factor
tor factor in healing the long standing
breach was fee special $500,000
fund set aside by major league
club owners to aid distressed mi minor
nor minor league operators.
"Tt oniv a-oes to Drove.' nuip-
ped one big league official, ''that
The naming of Bill Dewltt
as co-ordinator and admln's admln's-trator
trator admln's-trator of the fund served as
concrete proof to the minors
that their "big brothers" were
sincere in their efforts to help.
The financial step taken by
the majors impressed minor
leaguers to such an extent
that V'nce McNamara, presi president
dent president of the Class D Pony
League, commended the ac action
tion action In the form of a resolu resolution.
tion. resolution. "Whereas the majors have
taken positive action to estab establish
lish establish a fund under an adminis administrator,"
trator," administrator," his resolution said, "the
entire National A ssoclatlon
structure therefore pledges full
endorsement to the program."
Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
Plans are all made for the
215,pwoa nhrlstmas Tournev at
217 Panama Golf Club. The manag manag-219
219 manag-219 r has most graciously consent
ed to have the course open to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning.
I. Robinson, R. Mar-
8:15 C. Burns, E. PerantU.
8:20 K. Call, B. Dilfer.
8:25 S. Carpenter, L. Knuth.
8:30 C. Bishop, A. French.
8:35 B. Hughes, E. Mathie Mathie-son.
son. Mathie-son. 8:40 H. Schull, K. Purdy.
8:45 J. Morris, D. La Croix.
8:50 M. Biggs, L. Johnson.
8:15 B. Fish. J. Stlrewalt.
8:20 c. Gllckenhaus. L.
8:20 p. Waring, B. J. Nelson.
8:30 F. Twomey. B. Kline Kline-ley.
ley. Kline-ley. 8:38 B. Hennon, L. Long Long-more.
more. Long-more. 8:40 H. Henderson, M. Spag-
8:45 J. Clare, P. Montayne.
As always in the past, anyone
who did not sign with their rep representative,
resentative, representative, please come out, for
you will have someone to play
with. All you girls please be on
time for your match and don't
forget your white elephant!
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Cumberbatch 'Never Better'
After Five-Mile Road Jaunt
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 XUP)
Notre Dame's Irish eyes were
smiling again today.
After suffering through the
worst football season in the
school's history, the far-flung No Notre
tre Notre Dame alumni finally found
something to cheer about Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night when the Irish basket basketball
ball basketball team opened its season with
a runaway 98-55 victory over St.
Josebh (Ind.) College.
It was the second highest total
ever run up by a Notre Dame
team, except the whopping 9d
Back Of Year'
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP) -All
America Johnny Majors, Tennes Tennessee's
see's Tennessee's pint-sized triple-threat tail tailback,
back, tailback, today was voted the United
Press Back of the year for the 1956
college football season.
Majors, the dominant factor' in
Tennessee s surprising perfect-record:
campaign, was honored in a
nationwide poll of 232 sports writ
ers and radio and television broad
casters who voted for the United
tress a u-America team.
The five-foot-10. 165-pound tail
back attracted 79 votes in the
open-ticket balloting to. beat out
Tommy McDonald, Oklahoma's
All America halfback by 20 votes.
Jimmy Brown of Syracuse, anoth another
er another All America selection, was
third with 38 votes.
Despite his comparatively small
size in this era of the specialized,
college football player, Ma
Pennsylvania 100 Swarthmore 85
Canisius 66 Villanova 62
Lasalle 75 Albright 52
Dartmouth 71 Williams 48
Pittsburgh 64 Westminister (Pa) 54
Columbia 92 CCNY 75
Colgate 80 Rensselaer Poly 66
Temple 78 Muhlenberg 64
Cornell 63 Buffalo 54
Princeton 64 Lafayette 55
St. Jos (Pa) 93 W. uMERIOch 43
en, s9aoe 90 Rutgers 58
Boston Col. 84 Rhode Island 79
Florida 98 Tampa 63
Alabama 110 Birm. Southern 69
Duke 104 South Carolina 76
Georgetown 85 Gettysburg 44
Georgia 98 Mercer 77
Navy 78 American University 61
Marquette 61 Depaul 60 (ot)
Dayton 87 Miami (Fla.) 48
Illinois 98 Butler 81
Notre Dame 98 St. Jos. (Ind) 55
Western Mich. 76 Great Lakes 73
Youngstown 87 Kent State 85
Tex. Western 75 New Mex. U. 85
Hamline 58 New Mexico AaM 49
SMU 78 Oklahoma City 62
Texas Christian 73 Tex. Tech 85
The annual Balboa Gun Club
trapshooting championship will
be held at the Farfan range to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, starting at 2 p.m. This
year's championship will be a a-warded
warded a-warded on the basis of 100
handicap clay targets.
The Phil Miller system of han han-dicanine
dicanine han-dicanine will be used. Each
shooter will fire four 25-bird
events, rommencine at 16 yards
Handicap yardage, after the
first 25 birds, will correspond to
the number of targets broken
on each nrecedins event.
Silver trochlea ior the cham
pionship and the runner-up will
be awarded by the Balboa Gun
points the Irish scored against
New York niversity two years
All five members of the Notre
Dame starting five broke into dou double
ble double scoring figures against St. Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, with Captain John Smyth
leading the way with 29 points.
The Irish gained a 45-24 lead at
halftime and then let the reserves
take over for most of the second
ayton and Illinois, both of
whom were picked to finish among
the nation's top 10 teams in the
nited Press pre-season ratings,
also scored Impressive victories
ayton won its 200th game un
der Coach Tommy Blackburn by
defeating, touring Miami (Fla.),
87-48. Blackburn spent the entire
second half experimenting with his
reserves after the Flyer regulars
opened a 26-point lead At halftime.
As i rsult, sub forward Jack Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy emerged as the high scorer
with 16 points.
Illinois also built up an early
lead in its opening game against
Butler and then coasted to a 98-81
triumph. The Illini, who converted
11 of their first 15 field goal at attempts,
tempts, attempts, were led by George Bon Bon-salle's
salle's Bon-salle's 28 points. However, But Butler's
ler's Butler's Ted Guzek wound up as the
game's high scorer v'th 37 points
on 14 field goals and nine free
Marquette lodges DtPaul
Marquette, led by Jim McCoy
and Bob Walczak, battled to a
61-60 overtime squeaker over De-
Paul. McCoy, who scored 29 points
tied the score at 54-all with a bas basket
ket basket in the last second of regula regulation
tion regulation play and Walczak won the
game with a fiel J goal just be before
fore before the end of the five-minute
It was a hifih-scorine nitrht else
whe-e around the nation as Penn-
opened its season
ctory over CCNY:
110-69, and Duke, led
Joe Harris' 26 noinU
South Carolina, 104-76.
ITlaiOr KrnrfVC Ponieii, CO
Villanova 62. LaSalle 75 Alhrioht.
" ... ... V.UUIO.U III I
59 TdmnU HO I f.
Princeton 64 Lafavett 55 n Aafnn
-uuege e Knoue island 79, Navy
78 American University 61, South Southern
ern Southern Methodist 78 Oklahoma City
"-i cnnsnan 73 Texas Tech
CHICAGO fTTPP nri
the British Empire middleweight
uiamuiuu, nas lumen rn moat
ouer weoo oi unicago, the fifth
ranking middleweight contender,
in a televised 10-round bout at the
vmcago aiaaium, Dec. 19.
LILLE. France. (VP wm
flyweight champion Pascual Perei
oi reenuna nas been warnH h
World Boxing Commission Secre-
lary-uenerai Edouard Rabret to
meet one of the top three contend
ers for his title Soon or fa
"severe commission action." ree-
ognized as the top three contend
ers are Mexico's Memo Diez,
spam s young' juaran and Wales
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Right
nanaer waiter Masterson, who
came out of retirement to work
as a relief pitcher with the Detroit
Tigers midway through the 1956
season, has signed as a free aeent
with the San Francisco Seals of
the Pacific Coast League for 1956.
Masterson, 36, made 35 relief ap
pearances with tne Tigers and had
a 1-1 won-lost- record.
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-Retir
ing San Jose State football Coach
Bob Bronzan has been named to
the coaching staff of the West
team for the annual East-West
Shrine game here, Dec. 29. Bron
zan joins Utah Coach Jack Curtice
as assistants to L.T. Buck Shaw
of the Air Force Academy on the
West coaching staff.
MIAMI, Fla. (UP)-Swaps was
hailed as champion handicap colt
and Blue bparxier as the ton hand
icap mare today by the selections
board of the Toroughbred Racing
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Battlin' Byron Cumberbatch. a
scarred veteran of many, a ring
war. finished five miles of road-
work this morning and declared
he "never felt better" In his
The 30-year-old feather featherweight,
weight, featherweight, who is training for a
ten-round feature bout W'th
unbeaten Jesus Santamaria at
the National Gym, Dec. 16,
said he owed his "fine condi condition"
tion" condition" to the fact that for the
first time in a year he will not
have to sweat down to 119
pounds or less.
Cumberbatch, who can make
up to 126 pounds ior nis maicn
with santamaria, has been
fighting Panama's top bantams
during the past year. None of
the local 118-Donnaera wouia a-
gree to meet hhn at a weight
limit of over 119 pounds.
"the constahfreduefng sap sapped
ped sapped my strength and after the
fifth round of each fight, I would
be lust nraying for the ordeal
to be over.
i"I won't have these problems
this time when I meed Mr. San
Cumberbatch said that the
fact that santamaria has rack
ed up six straight wins makes
him hold high respect for the
vouna-ster. "but." he contin
ued, "I could nave beaten Mei-
vin Bourne the same way ne aia
several weeks ago."
Bourne, the bantamweight
king who fought Santamaria
at a fat 127 pounds, lost a
unanimous ten-round verdict.
"Had I caught him in such
poor condition," insisted Cum-
harhatoVi T mav have stODDed
him in eight rounds or less."
b Alfredo Perez ana "Maiwy b-
by" Douglas will be in cumoer cumoer-batch's
batch's cumoer-batch's corner for the big bout.
Th upat.her cave an ooDortunity
uMtnueHnv for the oDenins of the
Paraiso High School Intramural
Baseball League, featuring the
Tuira nine and the- Ahnendares
team. The game was played under
Almendares won 3 to 2 after a
The feature of the game was a
pitcher's duel between Frank
Waite of the Almendares team and
Tnira's ace hurler Eric Burke.
Wa'.te had an early run to work in
the initial frame while nunce s
teammates knotted the score in
the second inning to put both hurl hurl-em
em hurl-em on even terms.
The deadlock was broken in the
third episode when Almendares
pushed across its second marker
for a 2-1 lead. But Tuira fought
back in the upper fifth to tie the
score at 2-all.
Tuira filled the bases in the up
per sixth off relief hurler Robert
Pate with one out, but slick field fielding
ing fielding by his teammates retired the
side before any damage was done.
Almendares in the lower sixth tal
lies once to take the engagement
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League Leaders To Stprt
Gordon Against Romberger
By J. J. HAftRISON JR.
A problem is probably in the making: for the
Chesterfield Smokers, who will meet the Carta Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja Yankees tonight at the Olympic Stadium in their
first encounter of the season, but Andy Cohen, the
glib-tongued Smoker manager said today he's "not
the least bit worried."
There could be quite a mud muddle
dle muddle at third base for the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers when holdout Clyde Pari is
signs his contract.
What's to be done about Car Carlos
los Carlos Heron, the promising rookie
who took over tne hot corner in
the season opener Wednesday
night and played a big part in
the -team's 4-to-l victory over
Cohen would give no definite
answer to the question.
"In the first place," he sa'd,
"I make a habit of crossing my
bridges when I reach 'em, and
secondly, wh at manager
wouldn't he delighted to be
confronted w'th such a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant problem?"
Cohen made no secret of the
fact, however, that he was high
on the husky youngster from
Bocas del Toro who hud a solid
double and two walks at bat, and
whose defensive work bordered
on the sensational.
"One (same Is no criterion," be
said," but this kid gave us a bi?
hint of his calibre durintt pre
season training and you'll re remember
member remember I once said 'it's a cinch
he won't spend all season on the
Speculation Is rife that Heron.
who revealed he has "played
some second base," may be
shifted to that position when
If such a move were made.
Manlto Bernard, the club s reg
ular second sacker who Is also a
handy man at short, would be
right at home at the spot now
beine held down by "good field,
pn hit" Eugenio Houradeau.
Heron, who has three years
of Stateside experience be behind
hind behind him, hit .299, had 12
home runs and knocked In 96
runs for Amarillo, Class A
Western League, last summer.
Parris, one of pahama,'s all
time great inflelders, who hit a
mediocre .250 during the 1955-56
Panama pro League season, but
blasted six homers and drove in
21 runs, was the Class AAA In
ternational League's batting
champ with .321 BA, playing as
Montreal's regular tnird base
The 11-year Pro League veter veteran
an veteran has demanded an increase
over the reported $425 which was
his last salary.
Cohen, who this morning
named right hander chellto
Gordon as his starting pitcher,
will have lefty fireballer Tom
Flanigan ready for relief work If
necessary. Gordon won 14 games
in the Nicaragua pro Loop this
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP) -The
ore-season 1956-57 United Press
College basketball ratuu (tirst-
place votes in parentheses):
1. Kansas (19) 298
2. Louisville (13) 279
3. North Carolina (1) 196
4. Illinois (1) It
o. Southern Methodist 150
6. Dayton 103
7. Temple 91
8. San Francisco 84
9. St. Louis 82
10. Western Kentucky 37
Second 10 learns 11, West Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. 33: 12. Oklahoma City 32;
13, Oregon State, 29; 14, Kentucky,
28: 15 Washington. 26: 16 (Sie)
St. John's (N.Y.) and North Car-
olina State, 26 each; 18, Kansas
St., 23; 19, Vanderbilt, 22; 20,
Others Niagara and Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati (1) 18 each; Utah, 16; Califor California,
nia, California, 14; Rice, 13; Iowa State, 12;'
Northwestern, 11; Indiana and Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma A&M, 10 each; St. Jo Joseph's
seph's Joseph's (Pa.), 8; Wake Forest, 7;
Iowa, and UCLA, 6 each; Xavier
(O.), Dartmouth and Minnesota,
each; Seton Hall, Syracuse anc
Seattle, 2 each; St. Francis (N.Y.)
and Texas, 1 each.
Bobby Prescott, long-ball-hitting
flychaser who ended his
holdout yesterday, will be in left
field tonight in place of Ed Na Napoleon.
Hal Grote will remain in cen
ter and rookies Henry Mitchell
or Rodman Nufiez will see duty
"I plan to give all Jhe untried
kids a chance to make the grade
while the season is young," co-
Dutch Rombereer. a riirht
handed fllnger, has been chosen
to start for the Yanks.
"We have a good team and
expect to he a strong pennant
contender," declared optimis optimistic
tic optimistic manager-catcher Billy
Canal Zone civil Affairs niwie.
tor Henry Donovan, as nnv.
William H. Potter's representa
tive, will throw out the first ball
Potter, who was invited to cet
the ball rolling tonight by Yan Yankee
kee Yankee club secretary Ramon Men Men-dez,
dez, Men-dez, will be unable to attend.
Out to Slop Miami
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 7 f-UPV-
Pittsburgh's Gator Bowl bound
Panthers worked overtime on two
problems yesterday how to stoD
Miami's rampaging Hurrjcanes in
"enerai ana wnat to do witn Don
Bosseler in particular.
The 6-2-1 Panthers meet the un unbeaten,
beaten, unbeaten, once tied Hurricanes in a
nationally televised Orange Bowl
game Saturday marking the end
oi the regular season for both
teams. Twenty days later Pitt will
return to the sunshine state to
take on Georgia Tech in the Gator
"We're not looking ahead to the
Gator Bowl," Pitt Coach Johnny
Michelosen said. "We're paying
attention to stopping Miami.. .and
that promises to be a real task."
Michelosen took one look at
Coach Steve Petro's scouting re reports
ports reports add decided the best way
to stop Miami is to stop Bosseler,
a bruising 6-1, 200-pound fullback
who leads the Hurricanes in
"That Miami club is top rate,"
Michelosen said, "but Bosseler
puts the icing on the cake. He can
ruin the opposing team."
hove you joined
the fun at the
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Midnite to 4:30 a,m.
piano bass and drum
combination of the
ta the air-condHlonad
nightcap on the horn at
George also plays ths piano
10 p an. to 2 a.m.
Tues., Wad. A Tlnm.
Prepare your every day drink with BACARDI Anejo or Carta de Oro in High Ball (Ginger Ale or Soda).
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPEXDEVT DART NEWSPAPER
Tully Bar, Apache, Destello In $1,500 Sprint
FWDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1956
Carolina M. de Chiari Classic Tomorrow's
Headlines RP Holiday Program Racing Card
Tomorrow will be an official holiday in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama. Like all other Latin American
countries, Panama recognizes Dec. 8 as Mothers
Day. This day is also celebrated the world over by
Roman Catholics as the Feast of the Immaculate
This year, as usual, there will be a $1500 six six-furlong
furlong six-furlong classic race for two-year-old native thor thoroughbreds.
oughbreds. thoroughbreds. On this occasion the event will be called
the Carolina Mendez de Chiari Classic in honor of
the late Mrs. Chiari who was an ardent turfite up
to the time of her demise.
Unbeaten Tullv Bar. winner of
Ms etevep starts this year at the
old Juan Franco track and the
modern President Remon oval,
will get his first really stiff tesi
when he goes against speedy Des Destello
tello Destello and strong finishing Apache.
Olimpico is the only other scheduli
Most observers are of the opi
nion that Apache is the No. 1 con
tender because of the great speed
Tolly Bar. possesses. They feel
that Tully Bar will dispose of both
the weak-hearted Olimpico and
the improved Destello in four or
five furlongs then prove if he is
truly a great prospect in the
stretch run when the fast closing
Apache makes his bid.
Francisco Gatica will ride Tully
Bar, Ruben Vasquex will have the
leg up on Destello and J. M. Bra Bravo
vo Bravo will do the booting aboard Apa Apache.
che. Apache. All four entrants will carry
115 pounds. Bias Aquirre has been
assigned the mount on Olimpico.
Destello could prove a tough
customer in this race. In his on only
ly only meeting with Destello (at Juan
Franco) Tully Bar won by three
lengths over Tanara with Destello
third a nose back.
Since then Destello was taken
out of training and given a long
rest. He returned to the races
several weeks ago and has caused
the dockers to sit np and take no notice
tice notice with ridiculously easy victo victories
ries victories over six and five furlongs, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. He won by ten lengths
in 1:15 2-5 over six and by sev seven
en seven in 1:02 over five. Ruben Vas Vas-quei
quei Vas-quei rode him on each occasion.
Dodgers To Play
8 Jersey City
Games Next Year
1st Rjct 6th Series I me. 7 fs.
Purs $400.00 Net Clem 12:45
FIRST RACI Of THI DOUIU
1 Incaica V. Ortega 115
2 Qreco O. Vasques lffite
3 D. Duchess A. vasquez u
4 Maria cristina H. Ruis 115
5 Don Dani 8. Carvajal 106
6 S. Windaor O. de Leon 103
7 Clprodal R. Gomez 113
Floyd Seems In Louis Mold At 21; Americans No Longer
Just Wait Until Champ Grows Up
2nd Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fas.
Purt. $500.00 FmI Closet 1:15
SECOND RACI OF THI DOUBtl
4 M. Maker
T. Hidalgo 108
O. de Le6n 106
B. Baeza 110
J. Gongora 110
P. Gatica 113
C. Ruiz 113
G. Vasquez 105
3rd Rsm "A" NafWes 7 Fs
Futie $175.00 Feel Close. 1:45
2 Don Brigtdo
3 Ocean Star
5 (Don Goyo
B. Agulrre 110
G. Sanchez 118
R. Vasquez 124
G. Vasquez 103x
A. Vasquez 118
4th Race "" MetWes 7 Mo.
Pyfse $275 00 Feel Clem 2:20
JERSEY CITY. N.J.. Dec. 7 2-Avisoa
(UP) The Brooklyn Dodeers. 3 Folletito
who won six of s e v e n Nationali4 Don Miguel
League games here during the 5 Bagdad
1956 season, will try it again dur-6 Don Jaime
ing the 1957 season.
Irving Rudd. the Brooklvn
club's jersey City business mana
ger, announced Tuesday the Dodg-!l Comatose
srs will play eight leaeue fiamesi2 P. Countess
here next season, once each 3 Andes
against each team and twice '4 Barge Royal
B. Baeza 114
R. Gomez 118
S. Carvajal 118
O. de Le6n 110
G. Montero 105x
P. Godoy 113
United Press Coaches Name
Kansas Top College Quintet
In Pre-Season Team Ratings
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP) In I has a solid squad built around 6-5
an amazing tribute to a basketball
njayr who Aad yet t appear in
his first college game, the united
Press Board of Coaches today
chose Kansas, with Wilt (The
Stilt) Chamberlin. as the No. 1
team ia the pre-season national
Louisville, winner of last year's
National Invitation Tournament
and still boasting 6-8 star Charley
Tyra at center, was picked second
in the ballots and North Carolina
nosed out Illinois for the third
. The board, made up of 35 out
standing coaches whose ratings
have become accepted as a stand
ard in the game, thus put an un
nualified stamp of approval on
Chr.mberlain, the sevenpfoot Phil Phil-adelphian
adelphian Phil-adelphian who is so good that a
professional team drafted him
while he was still in high school.
Selected Before Debut
The coaches cast their ballots
before any games had been played
this season before Chamberlain
made his brilliant varsity debut
Monday night by setting school
records of 52 points and 31 re rebounds
bounds rebounds In an 87-69 rout of North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. Louisville has virtually the
same squad as last years NIT
champions, less Phil Rollins, but
is under an NCAA ban from any
post-season play this year. Coach
Frank McGuire of North Carolina
Kansas, received the first-place
vows or is of the 35 coaches-
while Louisville received 13, and
one each went to North Carolina
Illinois, and Cincinnati.
Cardinals Close Second
5th Raea 4th Soriti Imp. 1 Mile
Pur.. $600.00 Fool Clo. 2:55
B. Baeza 115
R. Vasquez 112
R. L. Gil 108
A. Ycaza 113
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgt.
Purt. $400.00 Fool Close 3.35
FIRST RACI OF THE OOUILI
1 Bright Blade H. Ruii 105
2 Oro Purito J. Phillips 115
3- Soft Note B. Carvajal 110
4 Ponton B. Baeza. 113
5 Rtitilante G. Vasquez 107x
6 S. Slipper B. Agulrre 112
7 Love's Girdle G. Sanchez 112
8 (Fellac A. Vasquez 112
9 (Socorrlto L. Giraido 115
7th Roc $th Series law, 7
Furo $500,00 Fool Clew 45
SICOND RACI OF THI DOUUI
3 After Me
6 Amur Did!
R. Viaquez 113
F. Sanchez 102x
G. Vasquez 112x
E. Ortega 105
K. Flores 112
J. Phillips 112
Second of three dispatches
By JIMMY BRESL1N
NEW YORK. Dec. 7 (NEA)
Floyd Patterson did not look like,
the heavyweight champion of the
He had on a charcoal fray flan
nel suit, a business man's white
shirt and a quiet tie.
He was standing on the front
steps of the Holy Rosary Catholic
Church in Brooklyn wit hone hand
on the shoulder of a little kid
standing in front of him. Four tiny
strips of adhesive c o v e r l n g a
small cut he received in the Ar
chie Moore fight were the only
signs his square face gave that he
was a fighter.
"Don t look at the camera," a
photographer snapped at him.
"Look at the kid, Floyd. Smile at
The cameramen kept it up and
Floyd looked at the knot of people
in front of the church, then turned
and spoke quietly
"I'm afraid Father McLees
won't like all this going on right
on the church steps, be said.
Father Archibald McLees Is the
This is the kind of heavyweight
chamninn hniinff cot when Patter
son took out Archie Moore.
' Patterson is a reserved young
ter who is expected by many to fit
easily into the mold Joe L o u i s
There seems to be unlimited pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities for his fighting methods methods-He
He methods-He was, for exsmple, considerably
sho.-t of an imposing heavyweight
arrnrdini? to most the nieht he
beat Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson.
Against Moore, he was a deadly
chuck of strong, young power
generated by speed .rarely seen in
side a ring.
"He will become," Managr Cus
D'Amato says "one of the great
fighters of all time."
Dan Florio. who trained Jersey
Joe Walcott and now is with his
second hesvyweight champion,
looks at it the same way.
Patterson outs his finger on one
fight an eight-round disputed loss
to Joey Maxim as the Dout wnicn
had the most effect on him.
7 Joe's Fiddling B. Baeza 110
With points awarded for each
oauot on -a 10-9-8-7-6-54321 basis
for votes from first place to lOtb,
Kansas received 296 points out of
a possible total of 350. Louisville
was a close second with 279, a
good margin over North Caro
lina'c IOC iul tii;;. iti c..L
imuuiJ ill. auuui-l. nll m.a
om ifethnji.t J- it f ii 4 Buii r tea
west Conference king, rounded out's ST win
the top five with 150 points. C(Bugaba
Dayton, runner-up in last year's 8 (Toxic
mra naooed s xtblpac as the'
only other squad to top the cen,,, Mile
tury mark in points with 103 fun 100.00 Feel Clem 5:1$
Temple took seventh place as San! iw,'wo.,
Francisco, national chamnion for i "Vur tuma iua
the last two years, sank to No. 8 f"2i?
with the graduation of AlkAmeri I
ca Bill Russell and R.C. Jones. T?rZ.??Zr
8th Race "I b f" Natives 5 t t-Pur..
Pur.. t-Pur.. $271.00 Fool Closes 4:40
1 Chepanlta O. de Leon 108
2 Mr. .Tivoli B. Baesa 114
3 S. Cristobal A. Vasaauea 112
F. Sanchez lQOx
F. Alvarez 114
A. Ycaza 115
G. Vasquez lQ7x
F. Gatica 108
1 Sweet Windsor D. Duchess
2 Albatross Escorlal
S nan Rova (r) linn Brcldo
Dr. Bill (e)
5 M. Stuardo
St. Louis wss a close ninth and
117a4-a XT 1 I il.
1nclu w uw!7-J3radomln
The second 10 included, in ord order,
er, order, west Virginia, Oklahoma City,
Oregon St., Kentucky, Washington.
a tie for 16th between St. John' S 1 Anarh
and North Carolina State thenrtalln
Kansas St. Wyoming, and Vender, iTnJiv rf
bUt. 1 4 Olimnino
A. Ycasa 113
G. Sanchez 113
R. Vasquez 115
J. Phillips 112
A. Valdivia 112
A. Vasquez 110
10th Race "CaroUm M. de Chiari
Clauk" Fun. $1500.00 Added
Distance 6 Foi.l Fool Closes 5:40
J. M. Bravo 115
R. Vasquez 115
P. Gatica 115
B. Atruirre 115
5 -Barge Royal
6 Fellac (e)
7 Amin Didi
10 Tully Bar
BBk aaaw mm
aST W Erlf if fhftoss
LbbV&? 1 JMhidSfJgflejJ P- iR BBWsBSSsHsm!
Can Shoot Like Their
MELBOURNE, Dec. 7 ( L P IsRssye On Chest
Paging Davey Crockett!!
Americans long have told, in' The shots are made standing,
song and story, about the unerring jus es thry a:e in actual deer
rifle exploits of men like the bea. stalking, w lh a HjiIspv. nn fit.
hunter from Tennessee. They! deer's chest' as the taraet. ThpfTs
could shoot the eye out of a; by 54 sius made qui.c a hole in
I squirrel, 't is aiJ, from 100 yards.; the dear's cardboard hide aiif
But today the sons of Crockett, '. i i) n ( aficr.
i Rnnnp and Tarsnn can't pvpn hi; ovwt fri. lw wnuu
i a .carauuaiu acer iroin icss man
It's a sad, sad tale that they
won't d?'c tel' down Tinng S
Natchez trail. But when the Uie Yanks went th PolanH in ia.it
o.yuip.c iancihun bt0.... to i and captured the world cham-
aiiuiB di a uvci wiihii iuiis un a pionsnip.
rauroaa ira.x, not one Yamc was
'l lie ..li.iinL! deci-" is inp oriTo-
moving target on the Olympic
shooting program. And just to
proc that Amcricsns haven't lost
an.. me old squirrel gun technique,
to St inu. thePE mo?d Th younter
"I don't think I loit it," he says.
"But I came out of it with ideas.
I changed my style, started to
stop all that jumping around. It
made me more vicious."
Patterson fought Maxim in
June of 1954 at Brooklyn's East Eastern
ern Eastern Parkway Arena. Floyd still
was less than a light-heavyweight.
"People in boxing thought of
him as just an amateur all that
leaping around who wouldn't
grow big enough," says Teddy
Brenner, the New York match matchmaker.
maker. matchmaker. Cus D'Amato shrewdly insisted
the size would come. Patterson
had a brother who boxed as a hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight and the manager was
certain Floyd would attain this
size. Every step he took with the
fighter was aimed squarely at win
ning the heavyweight title.
D'Amato handled the situation
as if he were a football coach. He
got the fighter a movie projector.
Floyd snd Custy ran and re ran
kinescopes of his fights.
Every opponent D'Amato picked
had, Cus believed, a style quirk
with which Patterson had to be
familiar. Polish began to show
brighter each ti ne Floyd went to
While most screamed about
D'Amato's cautiousness, Patter
son ran- through the Jimmv
Slades, Cal Brads Joe Gannons
and Archie McBridcs. His feet
were staying on the floor more.
His hands moving in practiced
It all added up to the fighter
who took Moore apart. This was a
bobbin, weaving menace who went
to the body early in the classic
manner of a big fighter and then
got over the big punch a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion is supposed to
But as Floyd Patterson and Cus
D'Amato point out, there was
more to reaching the top than the
NEXT: How Floyd Patterson
circumvented the boxing mess.
in the lot.
A chunky Russian, Vitalii'Ro Vitalii'Ro-manenko,
manenko, Vitalii'Ro-manenko, picked up the gold med medal
al medal in the "runnintf deer" contest
cj ------- vv'"l"i. wiugiain.
and every squirrel gun in the. Davey would have liked it, you
Tennessee Valley must be moau- can bet. Redskins or Reds, it
nig ueep uuwn in us uanei. nnu
was a son of the old American
Mountain men second?
"But they just seem to have
lost interest,'' Olof asserted. ''T
don't know why, because to me itf"
is tiie most interesting shooting on
mis wnoie Olympic program.
Sw.d. finishes Second
wouldn't have matleipd tn him
ami Old Betsy and five'll gqr
you ten he'd have wound up with
th?t gold medal.
Nope. The silver 'medal went to
& hwci isn evil engineer namei ....
Olof Skoldborg, a paunchy 46-year Win S UCeOn Race
old twice-a-wcek marksman. w
This event-would be a cinch fori NASSAU, B. W. I Dec 7 (irpv'
a man who can hit a hoiinriinn. tu- on ... ..
, n't ou-iuoi sKiti uood es fee
deer because this paP1er mache;onfl" scooted home first in the we-'
"u" V ,? iU"?a u" -nue Maimi-Nassau ocean powdrl
a nice steady keel like a duck at Mt race Wednesday night
a ronev Island .hooting w The trim little boat, powered by t
The "running deer" is mounted, twin 2,5 horse power engines was!
on a tiny ranr.au car a.iu mei piloted by veteran Sam Griffiths,
tracks angle down a slight hill and Jr. of Miami. James S. Brcuil of!
up another. It is in view from the Miami owns the craft
firing range, 100 yards away, forj Griffiths said he made the trip j
four seconds after it comes into, through rauch seas in nin hnri
view from behind the sandbac
The rampart is highly necessary
to protect the men who stand on
each hill and shove the railroad
ar back and forth on its own
momentum. After all, look at how
many deer hunters we lose every
and 20 minutes in spite of staving
in a plank in the rouah water and
dousing an c.igine fire.
Eleven boats started the jorney J
yesterday morning, but several
dropped out along the wav.
Crew members with GriffiaeieV
were Dr. Everett Cailarrl and
Richard Bertram, both of Miami.
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Distance : 6 Fgs. Pool Closes: 5:15
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TIVOU BEAUTY $iOP
Win be epened for the con
yenience of our C. Z. patrons
from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Had His Number
DETROIT. Dec. 7 (UP) Hugh
elf. 40. sprinkled aasollne a a-round
round a-round the lobby of a hotel where
an acquaintance lived then
lighted it. police said. They said
Self was angry because the ac ac-nimlntance
nimlntance ac-nimlntance had refused to pay
iff on a numbers ticket.
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I ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL I
Si At. Jtnte Aieaemena s-MU I
I Dr. SCHOLL Hamad Chteopodlat
Rattan living roam tuitt: 3 3-piace
piace 3-piace sections I couch, addition additional
al additional chair. 3 tiered msho g a n y
corner tsble with built-in lamp,
fed tabla-lamp. Bre a k f a 1 1
table with 4 matching chair,
electric Servel refrigerator. A A-partmant
partmant A-partmant siie get stove. Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom mite: dressing table with
stool, chest of drawers, double
rubber foam mattress. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4274, Panama.
11.5 Ft. Admiral refrigerator
with freeier sholf, 40 cycle,
$180, 21" Sllvertone mahogany
table model TV with swivol
table, $110, Qtrs. 370-A, PH 87 87-6218,
6218, 87-6218, Ft. Clayton.
FOR SALE: High chsir, met metal
al metal chair with cushions, bar,
dresser with mirror. Cell 2-43-70.
FOR SALE:- Csrved Chinese
set: sofa, two chairs, coffee
tsble snd rest of tables. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Telephone 3-51-65.
FOR SALE: Three large wick wicker
er wicker chairs, $7.50 end $5.00. Also
QM dining room and bedroom
furniture st low prices. 630-B
Ancon. Phone 2-1832.
Fire Sweeps Coaches
Of Rush-Hour Train
On Chicago 'El'
CHICAGO, Dec. 7 (UP) Fire
sweat two cars of a crowded rush-
hour elevated train today, killing
at least one person and injuring
scores of others in the second maj major
or major "El" accident in just over a
Fire swept the first two coaches
of a jammed four-car train made
up of both steel and wood coaches,
It was crowded with standees.
Some of the passengers made their
way to the, nearest El platform a a-long
long a-long a narrow wooden Catwalk
which borders the tracks. Others
climbed down firemen's ladders to
At the Cook County Morgue, the
dead man was identified as Motor Motor-man
man Motor-man Daniel Cullen, 47. He had
been ah elevated employe 27 years.
Sixteen injured were taken to St.
Francis Hospital, about a mile a-
way in nearby Evans ton. Edge-
water Hospital was alerted to care
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Id Eagle's nest
17 A dog is
58 Ever (eohtr.)
60 Editors ab.)
I Raw silk
3 Ball game
4 Sdme people
r their dog
6 Dry (comb,
9 Narrow fillet
11 Dog's cry
18 Hot spot
21 Paid notices
2'i Sheep's bleat
27 Rough-haired 20 Diminutive
31 Miss West
34 River barrier
31 A "seeing
42 Blood money
47 Hunting dogs
52 Field s
55 Note in
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FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet 4
door new tires, new paint. 1952
Ford Victoria two tone paint
radio and new tiros. 1949 Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac Convertible new ..white
side v an tires new top, seat
covers and radio. 1952 Pontiac
4 door. Good mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. 1951 Oldsmobile Holli Holli-diy
diy Holli-diy Coupe two tone paint ra radio.
dio. radio. Good mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Good used tiros, all siias.
Reasonably priced. AUTOS
EISENMAN, S.A, beside the
Coca-Cola Plant. Telephone,
FOR SALE: 1951
up, Vi ton. $600.00.
oy Inc. P.O. Box
Dodge pick pick-Goo
Goo pick-Goo F. Nov Nov-923
923 Nov-923 Psnama.
FOR RENT: Available Jan.
uary 1st, 1957, two bedroom
apartment in exclusive build building
ing building situate El Cangrojo. Includ Includes
es Includes two bathrooms with mas mas-tor
tor mas-tor bedrooms containing both
shower and tub, hot and, cold
water throughout. Largo com combination
bination combination sitting-dining room,
large kitchen, beautifully fin finished,
ished, finished, liberal-sized closets. Al Also
so Also separate maids room and
laundry area. Golf putting
green and lovely garden. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: 3-0437 during office
FOR SALE: Duty paid late
1955 Pontiac station wagon.
Like new .Fully equipped, best
offer. Phone, Panama 3-2937.
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge corn cornet
et cornet 4 door sedan, 2 tone. In per perfect
fect perfect condition. Phono Kobbe
DRIVE SAFELY: Change
those worn out Clutch Brake
Pedals I AUTOAC 15th St. &
Meiendei mvs. Cok ..
ill used car
of Morris. Tef
POSITION WANTED: By Chi.
nese cook, 25 years old, Ameri American
can American and Chinese dishes. For
restaurant, club, bachelor of
family group. References. Box
WANTED: Maids work, or
cre of children. English speak
ing, also understand and speak
Spanish. Panama 3-6775.
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53 King (Fr.).
27 Coconut fiber
28 False god
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DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Rattan furniture repaired, re re-finished.
finished. re-finished. Popular prices. Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed workmanship. Home
delivery. Opposite Balboa
r OK SALE
FOR SALE:-Servel refriger refrigerator;
ator; refrigerator; electric Sawing machine.
Elect, ironer, Elect, clock, of office
fice office desk, office chair, Morris
Oxvford automobile, buffet, pie
no accordion, Miscellaneous
Household Items and Other
Junk. 1529-A, Almond St. Gavi Gavi-lan
lan Gavi-lan Area. Phone PC 2-1204.
FOR SALE: Remmington mo model
del model 121 pump gun, 22 caliber
$40.00. Colt woodsman 4" bar barrel!
rel! barrel! 22 caliber, $40.00. Large
amount of Lionel equipment A
rolling stock. Excellent, condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone, Curundu 5177.
Outstanding selection of cholco
U.S. and European Christmas or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, decorations and lights
for hemes, stores, clubs and or organisations.
ganisations. organisations. American Supply
Co., "J" Street 13-06.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred
dalmatian pups, Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Ca'l 6355.
FOR SALE:- 17" Zenith table
model TV set $90.00. Price
includes TV stand and anten antenna
na antenna Qtrs 137A Albreok 86-3141.
FOR SALE: Girl's 26" bi bicycle
cycle bicycle with basket. Good tires.
$17.00. Phone Panama 3-5133.
FOR SALE: Piano, Knabe Knabe-Angelus
Angelus Knabe-Angelus upright, heating ele element
ment element and bench. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Outstanding buy at $200.
Music teacher returning U. S.
must sell since own concert concert-size
size concert-size piano stateside. Telephone
Navy Pacific 3723.
Aft:- Buescher Alto,
Saxophone in very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone 2-3401, Homo
1502, B. Balboa'.
FOR SALE: Lionel O-guage
trains; accessories. Excellent
condition. Tel. Balboa 1833.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Singer 5
passenger roadster. In perfect
condition $650.00 Also 35 mm
Bolsey camera, projector,
screen, $75.00. Phone Kobbe
Hey. Gef Ready
(Continued from Pe 1)
Elementary School; Miss Violet
Henry. Santa Cruz Elementary
School; and Raymond oeorge,
Atlantic side: William jump,
Industrial Division,- Leroy Cock Cock-taurn
taurn Cock-taurn and Astor Lewis, Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Division; Horace Parker,
Owen B. Shirley ana Auqiey
Webster, Rainbow City h .i
school; and JeMeison Josepn,
Central Labor Office.
Board membership from this
group will be two from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side and one from the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side, with two alternates
from the Pacific side and one
from the Atlantic side.
The member ratio oeiioeen
the two sides of the Isthmus
will be reversed every year m
provide the widest possible
In addition to those nominat nominated
ed nominated for the Group Health Insur
ance Board, places will be pro
vided on ballots lor write-in
The votes must be completed
and returned by Dec. 21, and
results of the elections will be
announced during the follow following
ing following weeki
One of the first administra administrative
tive administrative responsibilities of the Board
will be to plan and assist in con conducting
ducting conducting a campaign to bring to
the attention of all Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government employes the objec
tives of the group life insurance
plans. It is desired to secure suf
ficient members to make the
plan effective early next year.
After group insurance plan be
comes effective, tne Board win
act as the liaison agency be between
tween between participating employes
and the insurance firm. While
payroll deductions have been
authorized for premium pay payments,
ments, payments, the operation of the
group Insurance plan will be
purely an employe activity.
We have 25 cycle motors
for Garrard RC-80 record record-changers,
changers, record-changers, now at the greatly
reduced price of
(next to Encanto Theatre).
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT; 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 Or
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
unfurnished apartment. All
screened. Weter heeter, ground
floor. Best residencial area.
Moderate price. Cell 3-1650.
FOR RENTS One bedroom
furnished apartment besoment
home enclosed garden, suit suit-C
C suit-C lei '00 09$ 'PIW qt
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, garage. San Jose build building,
ing, building, F street, El Cangrojo.
Telephone 2-3004. Central 70.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main room has air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar with
stools, dining room, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrece, storage
room maid's room with bath,
garage, all screened. For fur further
ther further information call 3-0615,
FOR RENT: Modern recent recently
ly recently painted apartment, 'Carigre 'Carigre-io':
io': 'Carigre-io': 2 bedrooms, garage, hot
water. Telephone, Balboa 3382.
Panama 3-1043 (Roberto).
FOR RENT: Small apartment
completely furnished including
refrigerator, stove. Entirely in independent.
dependent. independent. 43 street No. 27, Be Bella
lla Bella Vista.
WANTED TO RENT: Ameri American
can American family, parmanont Pana Panama
ma Panama residents, desire 3 or 4 bed bedroom
room bedroom house with yard. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Bass, room 825, Hotel El
San Diego Cops Question Yag
On three '55 Chicago Murders
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 7 (UP)
Police today questioned a 30-year-old
vagrant in connection
with the unsolved strangulation
murders of three young boys near
Chicago last year.
The man, Richard Fred Ebert,
was nicked up yesterday. Offi
cers said he became a suspect in
the murders when he kept saving
"that time I was in the woods
during routine questioning.
Detectives said Ebert told them
"the three boys in the woods. .it
was terrible the way they were
killed." Ebert, when asked if he
killed the boys said, "I don't
know," police said.
The bodies of Robert Peterson,
14, John Schuessler, 13, and his
brother, Anton Jr., 11, were found
Oct. 18, 1955 m tne Komnson re reserve
serve reserve woods less than 10 miles
west of Chicago.
Ebert told officers here he suf suffered
fered suffered "blackout spells." He said
he had been confined in mental
institutions at Camarillo Calif.,
and Elgin, 111. Ebert claimed he
was employed as sheet metal
worker at Aurora, 111., at the time
of the slayings.
Chicago authorities revealed fol
lowing the slayings that bits of an
infrequently used heat resistant
stainless steel were found under
the fingernails of the Peterson
They also said bits of special
Hungary Is Scored
For Not Permitting
Dag, Crew To Enter
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Dec. 7
(UP)-The official Yugoslav Com-
mnniat nnrtv nrmiDnannM u ..u
day criticized the Hungarian gov
ernment for rejecting plans of
United Nations Secretary General
Dag Hammarskiold to visit that
An editorial called the Huneari
an action "regrettable" and said
it "cannot but augment the anx
iety of world public, opinion over
events m Hungary. '.
"It is regrettable," the official
newspaper said, "that the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian government has for some
time Deen ignoring tne positive
and well-intentioned interest and
concern of the world public over
the trend of events in Hungary.
"The interest of the U. N. in
these events cannot be contrary
to the interests of Hungary and
to settlement of conditions in
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOSt INN
Address: San Jose Inn, San Jose,
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Mederato prices. The
new management is anxious to
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Organisations or largo parties ac accommodated
commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
Clara leach Houses. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772,
PHILLIPS Ocaanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panaasa 3-1S77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1S73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat-'
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED:- To buy Kohler
light plant, old, need block on only,
ly, only, 4 cylinders. Box 1892, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Must sleep In and have refer
onces. 5-48 37th St.
MODERN OFFICES, centrally
located, to be built as requir required
ed required on panoramic roof of Me Medical
dical Medical Center Building, 5th Ave.
and 30th Street Panama City,
Available sjMte about four
hundred square meters. Con Contact
tact Contact Mr. Amado, Telephone 3 3-1078
1078 3-1078 office hours.
earth used in making an-insecticide
along with hits of bone meal
used in fertilizer were found em
bedded in wounds in the scalp of
the boy. v
Chicago pathologists said the
wounds were made by a short short-handled
handled short-handled garden rake.
Ebert told Detective M. E.
Brandenberger he had worked for
a metal company at Aurora, 40
miles southwest of the murder
scene. He said previously he work
ed as a gardener at a Catholic
sanatorium in Aurora.
Will be off in the following section:
Between the area of Central Avenue,
15th East Street, B Avenue and
Plaza 5 de Mayo,
from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.nf.
on Sunday, December 9, 195t5.
Our technician havg found savgral underground electric cables in
the Plaia 5 de Mayo area that could fail and cause a long interruption
to service therefore, we are asking that you excuse this bried interruption
while we make permanent repairs.
Cia. Panamena de 3uerza y Cuz
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th S r e e t. Golf
Heights. Phono 2-2407 or 3-36
FOR RENT: Small house with
running water and 5,000 meters
land at Chilibre, $15.00, Pan 3 3-2474
2474 3-2474 No. 112, Via Belisario Po Po-rras.
rras. Po-rras. FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedrooms modern chalet, gar garage.
age. garage. All conveniences. 168, Via
FOR RENT:- In Cangrojo 2
rooms. For e couple. Very rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Tel. 3-0798.
FOR RENT:- Rooms, 17 St.
NO. 13 fueblo Nuovo $16.50.,
Call, Panama 3-4280 from S-8
W i III KSflf Hoftta
REP. WINFIELD K. DENTON, (D.-Ind.), is shown above (left)
during, a visit to Mirafiores Locks. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Denton and Ma. David H. Smith, military assistant to.
the Governor. Congressman and Mrs. Denton are staying at
the Tivoli Guest House during the stop over of the Panama
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 50 foot launch,
excellent construction 225 H.P.
Gray Marine' Diesel motor. Ca Capacity:
pacity: Capacity: 50 passengers. Speed
15 knots. Excellent mechanical
condition. AUTOS EISEN EISENMAN,
MAN, EISENMAN, S. A. besides Coca-Cole
plant. Phpne 2-2616, 2-4966.
12 foot plywood boat with 5Vs
Evinrude outboard $130. Phone
WANTED: Experienced bi bilingual
lingual bilingual secretary with refer references.
ences. references. Write Apartrdo 281, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, WANTED:- Executive bi-lin-gual
secretary with minimum
five years experience in re responsible
sponsible responsible position. Only written
application with foto and refer refer--
- refer-- once will be considered. Under
address 'Executive Secretary'.
P.O. Box 4349, Panama R. P.
MBER 7, 1951
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SEATTLE. Wash. (UP) -Wliat
is believed to be the first
modem beaver farm on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast is thriving on Whidby
Island in Puget Sound.
The business was launched
about 8 year ago by Walter E.
Weston, a former restuarant op operator
erator operator who transplanted breeding
pairs from a parent farm in Kays Kays-nille,
nille, Kays-nille, Utah.
The recent birth of three beaver
kits, tiie first ever born to do domesticated
mesticated domesticated beaver in this state,
increased the farm's population
According to Weston, his farm
is one of only 13 privately owned
beaver businesses in tne worm.
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Hnmcctii tuiiivM-g hgvp. been used
for pelting.. But Weston figures
pelts will be worth as much as
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medlateljtwlth Rogen. ThU medicine
makes you feel younrer, itronger, end
able to sleep witnout mierrupupn
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merican Wins Double Slam in Olympics
But Its Russia By Big Margin;
lose Whips Breen in Water Duel
MELBOURNE Dec. T (UP) .Plucky Pat McCormick of Lakewood, Calif., completed an unprecedented
tffi&M ,iam 0f Olympic diving titles tonight by coming from behind to win the platform event in a 1-2-3
high dive ended American competition in the games and brought the U.S. point total to 593. Russia,
ja&Min 0f at least five more in soccer tomororw, had 72.
Victor in the springboard championship earlier, the 28-year-old housewife was the first to win two gold
nwdali in two Olympiads. She mopped up both events at Helsinki four years ago.
N I Um Mccormick, closing; out 100 meters, flanked by Japan's shoulders and Garretty some 15
. ...iiiAe her competitive career, gave the Yamanaka and Rose. iyards behind in fourth place.
STANDINllb it s its 12nd (told medal of the At 200 meters they held the The three of them st'll were
MtLIOURNI, Dm. 7
Wympit H4ty bf rak-
at 10 far Mitt, Ihre er aeceiU, etc.
rfU th 24
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Mrs. Mccormick, closing; out
U.S. its 2nd gold meoai oi( me
(rimes and its onlv consolation
on the final day of competition
for American athletes.
Mrs. Juno Stover Irwin or
Glendale, Calif., finished second
and Paula Jean Myers of Glen Glen-dora,
dora, Glen-dora, calif., was third. The clean
sweep sdded 19 more points to
the U.S. total.
Sarlier toiuaht. however, 17-
year-old Murray Rose and Chub
by Lorraine Crapp of Australia
ruined other American chances
of closing the gap on Russia's
overwhelming lead in the team
Rose ground nut a victory to
the men's 1,504-meter free freestyle,
style, freestyle, whipping Tyoshi Yama Yamanaka
naka Yamanaka of Japan by three yards
and world record-holder Geo.
Breen of Buffalo, N.Y., by IS
to 17 minutes,' SS.9 seconds.
Miss Crapn reversed an ear
lier defeat at 100 meters by her
speedy teammate, Dawn Fraser,
and won the women's 400-me'i,er
free-style with ease in the new
Olympic time of 4:54:6. Sylvia
Ruuska, 14-year-old star from
Berkeley, calif., was third.
Mrs. McCormack, fourth after
Wednesday's first four qualify qualifying
ing qualifying idives, led off tonight with
a score of 15.40 points on ner
first dive, Miss Myers, who led
the qualifiers, scored only 13.44.
Then, despite low scoring by
a Russian judge who had done
the same thing to American men
divers last night, Pat got oft a
spectacular one and One-half
running forward somersault witn
full twist for a total of 11.17
points and clinched the gold
medal with a total of 84:85
Mrs. Irwin, 28-year-old moth mother
er mother of three children, pulled into
second plaoe with 81.84 and Miss
Myers was third with 81 .58.
Nicole Darrigrand of France
was fourth, With two Russians
Tatanla Karakachiants and Ll Ll-ubev
ubev Ll-ubev jigalova-ln the next two
same positions with Australia's
Gary Wlnram and Maury Gar Garretty
retty Garretty head and head for fourth.
Yamanaka had come up head
and head with Breen at 300 me meters
ters meters with Rose right oa their
It still was Breen, the she
foot American, by a very wet
nese at the 480 meters with
the Japanese and the Austra Australians
lians Australians matching him almost
stroke for stroke and Garretty
back ten yards to fourth
The blond American, the jet jet-haired
haired jet-haired Japanese and the Austra Australians
lians Australians were swimming shoulder to
shoulder at 500 meters and at
600 meters Rose had fallen a a-bout
bout a-bout a yard behind with Yama Yama-naka's
naka's Yama-naka's damp eyelash en top of
The crowd was in a tense up uproar
roar uproar as Breen and Yamanaka
splashed into the 800 meter mark
forehead to forehead with Rose
still clinging grimly to their
Man, This Greco-Roman Stuff is Nutz
But Really; So, One More Waltz, Sir
Weep On BoarMg
JOURNE. Dec. 7 (UP
-two wet-eyed and arm-
id the chartered French
bound for their home
tonisht. hat many of those
planned to eusempiHx
sere in Europe to avon
: officials said 82 mem
Russia's leading star, Ralssa
Gydthovskata, who threatened
to take the lead in the trials, was
penalized three' points for a false
start on her first dive tonight
and faded to ninth place in the
Rose had things all hi own
Way in the 1,588-meter free
style after the halfway mark
to his showdown with Breen.
Breen set a world record f
rj: 52.9 in the tra)s and may
have left his speed right there.
It was the third told medal of
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and helped the Australian 800 800-meter
meter 800-meter relay team set a new
With his victory tonight, Rose
became the first swimmer In
Olympic history to complete the
distance double by winning both
the 400 and 1,500 meters.
Hungary, victor over Russia in
a bloody brawl last night, won
its fourth Olympic water polo
championship in five olympiads
since 1932 by downing Yugosla
Breen was one yard on top' at
kM4i4 th fniir-eneHn
W. I WM.naw d
chartered French Airliner
is scheduled to fly from
lUrjhe to Budapest by way
Middle cast ana nasy
M were mixed scenes oi
n as the turauolse suited
arlans bid farewell to their
Han friends and tneir
tea who elected to seek
ary outside the Iron Cur
were iervent emrceB,
on the back and unasham
ears flowing down many
as the athletes said tneir
and walked resoiuteiy
shoulder to shoulder and
stroke for stroke as they hit
the 888. meter mark and Rose
came eat of the tarn on top
with Breen fading to a frac fractional
tional fractional third an the torn.
It was a three man race with
all the others far out of it as
they hit the 9u0 meter mark still
churning furiously but with Rose
a scant half yard on top of the
other two and Breen second by
a damp forelock.
The crowd roared as Yamana Yamanaka
ka Yamanaka made a terrific effort to
overhaul Rose but the Austral Austral-Ian
Ian Austral-Ian maintained a five yard lead
alt 1400 meters with Breen fad fading
ing fading five yards behind the Japanese.
Yamanaka staged a furious
finish in those last water 100
meters but Rose fought him off
by a vanishing three yards to
win the championship with
Breen third a fading ten yards
AN INDEPENDENT 1 HE DAILY NfcWSMfcR
'Let tne people know the truth nuf the country i$ safe Abraham Linco1".
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DBCEMBER 7, 1956
17th Segregationist is Sentenced;
Clinton High May Re-Opened Monday
CLINTON, Tenn.. Dec. 7 fUP)
School board and faculty members
confer today on whether it rill be
safe to reopen the integrated Clin Clinton
ton Clinton Kitih School Monday. The
school was closed this week be
cause of anti-Negro demonstra
Fourteen men and two women
accused of leading attempts to
farce Negro pupils out of the
school were released under
bends of $1,000 to $12,080 yesterday.
Federal Judge Robert L. Taylor
ordered them brought to trial by
Dec. 20 after formal arraignment
Monday on federal charges of vio violating
lating violating an injunction against inter
fering with school integration.
All promised that meanwhile
they would abide by the law and
stsy away from the school.
Anderson County school board
members said they were hopeful
of reopening the high school next
Principal D. J. Brittain Jr. and
the school board ordered the
school closed last Tuesday after I HAVANA. Dec. 7 (UP) The number of citizens were charged
seven segregationists assaulted a Cuban army reported today that with responsibility for an attack
white Baptist minister who he'ncdllts ground force con'tnander in ion a military outpost at the Er-
escort six Negro students into the the Nlquero area had called for.mita sugar mill
farmer, was distributing anti-sem-itic
circulars, U.S. District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney John C. Crawford said.
Judge Taylor sentenced Diehl, a
White Citizens ouncil member, to
30 days in jail. Diehl's distribution
of the paper, entitled "The Com Coming
ing Coming Red Dictatorship," was a "wil "wilful
ful "wilful attempt to embarrass the court
and imoede iustice," Taylor ruled.
W. H. Till, an officer in one
pro-seqregetion chaoter of the
council and one of the U defend defendants,
ants, defendants, said the group hoped to re retain
tain retain J. Benjamin Simmons of
Washington, D. C, as their de defense
fense defense counsel.
Simmons was attorney for John
Rasper when the
received a one-year
violating the court injunction pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting interference with inti a
tion at the high school. He won ac acquittal
quittal acquittal for Kasper at his riot' and
sedition trial here last month.
Activities of the White Citizens
Council appeared to be at a lull.
Till declined to sav whether hs
planned to withdraw from council
"Things are kind of quiet there
now," he said. "We'll have to keeo
it that way as long as we're under
A concrete block building that
houses the Tennessee White Citi Citizens
zens Citizens Council, an organization pro promoted
moted promoted by Kasper, .was padlocked
segregationist I and deserted,
sentence for The building was to have been
y OICAR F HALEY
MELBOURNE. Dec. 7 UP)
'Waltzing Matilda," the Austra
lian version of "Oh, Susanna" fi finally
nally finally found its proper medium in
tne current Olympic games.. . t
It is a swinging folk song dear
to the hearts of the Aussies, who
break into its solemn lament at
the drop of a sour tenor. But it s
gone today as. the private property
of the Anzacs
Nobedy,: but nobody, needs, it. as
much as the Greco Roman wrest
Greco Roman wrestling: in -ease
you've never seen it and con
gratulate .yourself if you haven't
is a cross oeiween a aance mr mr-athos
athos mr-athos and a leap ftoe contest by
two waltzing bears. If this is
"snort" of Olympic proportions
then so is mattress turning.
Per Waltiiaj Only
To begin with.and already it's
time it stopped, in Greco Roman
rasslin' the "athletes" are not per
mitted to Use their legs for any any-thlnr
thlnr any-thlnr but the waltzine. That is, no
leg holds offensively or defensive defensively,
ly, defensively, v ., ,.. ,.
This means that for six minutes
they stsnd toe to-toe like s couple
ef,mebriated lodge brothers Indian
wrestling for the tab. At this point,
rvm-vnne throws un his nanrts ana
the to to the m. nut, on-nrow-
Cuban Army Calls For Air Support
To Locate Revolutionary Forces
the statewide headquarters of the
I'ecnerse prrniz Hrnj af 'site
of the Seaboard White Citizens
Council of Warv-toa D. C, of
which Kasper is executive secretary.
Herman E. Wvlff,
Dies In Florida
Word of the death this week
Pean ''. u : rcTrfel e'c'
of the Mechanical Division,
been rece'ved by friends on
Isthmus. Death occurred at
home in Silver Hill. Fla..
Wulff was 69 years old.
A native of D?nzii, German, he
was a naturalized American citizen.
One of the inn rh rrf r Ml
down on his hands and knees and
for three minutes the other ras-
slr, approaching from south of
the defiant derriere of the man
of th deck, tries to roll him ever
so the' shoulders touch. At times
the' attacker looks like an
awkward father trying to apply
his first diaper.
1 On Offent
When his three minutes are, shot
the attacker has to flop down on
hands and knees, and the defender
goes on offense.
After this combined six minutes
of scrabbling on the canvas, if
neither man during his attacking
period succeeds in bull dogging
tlie Other, thev standuo with a
sigh of relief and go back to cuf cuffing
fing cuffing each other for three final
minutes. This is when the most
furious bit of arm-srabbing and
whirling goes into effect, like the
windun of a riotous rhumba
Personally, I'd rather watch
Gorgeous Georsa. And you can
have the Greco-Romans, even if
it means selling "Waltzing Matil Matilda"
da" Matilda" down the Ysrra River.
school. Federal arrests of the 16
A 17th segregationist was ar arrested
rested arrested yesterday and jailed for
contempt of court in passing out
racist literature in the court courtroom
room courtroom during a recess.
Joseph Diehl, a Knox County
Nehru Slams Pacts,
To Quit Britain
NEW DELHI, Dec. 7 (UP)
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru today
denounced all kinds of military
pacts and said they were against
the United Nations charter.
He came to the Canal Zone in
July, lie), as a cno"rmi'h with
the Mechanical Division. Except
for two br'cf periods when he was
transferred to the Constructing
Onarterm aster for special work.
locate revolu- I all of his emolovment was with
The army did not confirm re-lth(, u,ns,.i,,i Division. At the
ports of a sharp encounter be-, timif nf M. T-Hr.mnt in .Tnlv 1949
A communique issued at army(tween government forces a-d rev-lhe ws a ieadmg man sheetmetal
headquarters saia ai&j. iuan uoa- oiuuonisis in me nniwiu-raauMu- worker.
?aiP7 had arivisert bv raa'o mat mo area vesternay. nowever, u
air support to help
he was "pursuing the rebels.
er. you never saw anything
MIMPHIS, Mich Dec. 7 (UP)
Cecil Eaifllng. poklne around
In the snow coverint his front
likellawn. found two blooming dan
He suggested all powers remove
their troops and bases from for- others were sought,
eign soli. Nehru said more pacts) Authorities at
would mean further inducement to oriente Province,
rival powers to enter inio more
pacts and to on.
admitted the arrival in Havana of
the body of Pvt. F. C. Juan Es-v-
The remnants of the revolution- nose, "killed in an encounter witn
ary expeditionary force which the rebels at Ojo del Toro.' i
landed on Cuba's southern const
were said moving toward the Government sources other than
southwest. Their immedinte ob- the army estimated that there
jective was believed to be the were more than 20 casua'ties in
towns of Alegria de Pio and Ojo the Niquero-Manzanillo fighting,
del Toro. lnc'uding 15 to 20 rebel dead.
A palace source, after confer confer-Meanwhile,
Meanwhile, confer-Meanwhile, the chief of the ree- ring with President Fulencio Ra Raiment
iment Raiment stationed at Matanzas, near.tlsta, said that the army casual casual-Havana,
Havana, casual-Havana, reported a bomb explo- ties so far were one dead and
sion on the railway line between two wounded.
Havana and Matanzas. He saia
Havana and Mstanzas. He said
the bomb caused some damage
but no casualties and that two
susnects were arrested and two
Nehru, speaking before India's
Upper House, also rejected a de demand
mand demand that the country ouit the
British Commonwealth. Hesaid that
bt remaining inside the Common
wealth, India could act as a bridge
between nations and serve world
He was replying to a resolution
calling on India to sever its links
with the Commonwealth following
the British attack on Egypt.
Chooa t a term that describes
Lfcurwemen and one luncheon
m. 1 1111
Weather Or Not
rapert far the 24
8 a.m. today, it era-
MeUeralae ical and
of the Pe-
MM Canal Co
In District Court
The third time was definitely
not a charm for STO Murohv
Charles Harmon, as a U.S. Dis District
trict District Court ruling proved today.
Harmon, a neavy set. moust moust-ached
ached moust-ached professional aoldier sta
tioned with the 518th engineer
Co. at Fbrt Kobbe. had a convic
tion of driving while drunk up-
nem ny tne higher court
Magloire Resigns Presidency, But Resumes
Control As Supreme Chief Of The Army
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Dec. signed in what was described as
7 UP) 0n. Psul E. Magloire a "democratic gesture towards the
resigned as president yesterday opposition."
but promptly resumed control ot. y, ;
th envernment as supreme cniei; maKiiore ioio a nanonwiae raoio
of the army. i audience that since his successor
. , had not yet been el'ected, the cons-
The rapid developments j climax- titution provided the government
ed several weeks of pohtical ten-!should fee tken over fey t thm
sion over who would rule the mn provision,i juntl C0Mlsting of
country between the end of Mag- the presldent vct itesi6tnt and
WLVXPS ZLt ?Wt justice of the Supreme
inauiur.uw. r ourl
to ne eiectea ne num.,
his election. A special law enact enacted
ed enacted by the Haitian Congress provid provided
ed provided he become head of the armod
iorces wnen ne relinquished
2 Haled In Court
Helta Athanasia de Quiroz, 35,
Panamanian, was fined $10 in Bai Bai-hoa
hoa Bai-hoa Maeistrate's Court today for
Bail of $10 was revoked for Cu-
sura Argiropula de Kantores, 30,
a Greek citizen, who failed to ap
pear after having been charged
with the same offense.
Let George See It
HALIFAX, Dec. 7 (UP) Police
Chief Verdun Mitchell sayS he
believes 95 per cent of the city's
residents are both blind and
deaf. He said Wednesday that
during the past 10 months there
were 1800 accidents in the city,
but that In "all but a handful of
these there were no witnesses."
the He urged the public to discard
the 'let George do it" attitude.'
22 Jobs are Open
(Take Your Pick)
Twenty-two positions, including
three in the Engineering' Division,
are presently avaiiame witn we
Canal organization,, according to
the transfer-vacancy bulletin is issued
sued issued by the Personnel Bureau.
The positions may be filled by
transfer of eligible employes who
can qualify under the require requirements
ments requirements of each position.
In the Engineering Diyisiori o o-penings
penings o-penings are listed for electrical en engineer,
gineer, engineer, mechanical engineer, and
Othr types of employment a a-vailable.
vailable. a-vailable. according to the bulletin
are administrative assistant, auto
He is survived by his wife.
Al Diablo Clubhouse
A general membership meeting
of the United States Citizens As Association
sociation Association for year 1956 will be held
Sunday, at the Diablo Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, at 3 p.m.
Included on the agenda for dis discussion
cussion discussion is the financial budget for
the next six months and a propos proposed
ed proposed revision of Articles H and IV
of the by-laws pertaining to mem membership.
bership. membership. All regular members are expect expected
ed expected to attend this general session
which will be conducted in thex u u-sual
sual u-sual manner with members hav having
ing having the privilege of the floor. Com Complete
plete Complete representation by delegates
and alternate delegates from all
townships is urgently requested.
At the conclusion of the order
of regular business, if time per
mits, a period of open discussion
may be hold relative to the le legislative
gislative legislative outlook in the coming
Sassier of Congress, and on oth other
er other subjects of mutual interest to
all citizen members.
Admission to the meeting will be
by membership card, but far the
convenience of those wishing to
join or renew their membership,
cards may be7 obtained at the door.
Entire membership attendance
matic telephone communication e- porno(!f, rom,0.f it thi. Ma.
UUIUlUCllIf UlflllllllUlbl, M'HVn
clerk, clerk-stenogtapher, c 1 e r k-
typist, general plant engineer, au auto
to auto repair machinist, marine in inspection
spection inspection assistant, dipper dredge
mate, medical X-ray technician,
body repairman, painter and wel welder,
der, welder, plumber, shorthand reporter,
telephone operator, translator,
and postal window clerk.
Magloire was elected by popular
vote Hi Oct. 1850 for a six year
term. He took over from a mili military
tary military junta in December of that
year instead of waiting to begin
his term the foHowing April.
oassed ny me manioire
i u .
m,. t. ,1,. w i. .mi Uri ronffress 10 permn nun
trtte's Court had been a lift! to remain in office until the Apr i
fln Thl ln nf hi. nn 1957 eleCtlOUS WBS
niS pontic"! utF"re"
Magloire said all three refused
to accept the mandate and that
he called on the army to take the
Gen. Antoine Levelt, army chief
of staff, immediately called on
Magloire to assume full control of
Magloire was a general before
There was no chanee made in! Yesterday, tbe .'ixft aimiveriary
the District Court. of his inauguration, magiuire r
when Harmon was arrested.
early on the morning of Nov. 25,
ne saia, it was omy tne third
time he had driven out of the
post of Kobbe since his assign assignment
ment assignment there on Nov. 1.
He and another sergeant, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Maulden of the some or
ganization, made a wrong turn yesterday m the mat 01 Angero
while going back to Kobbe and Lamarca, accused of the kidnap-
Preps For Jury
WTWWnt.A. N.Y.: Dec. 7 UP)-
Defense and prosecution rested
turned into the deadend drive
way in front of the Balboa po
lice station. He was arrested
This morning, six witnesses
Maulden, Zone policeman C. R.
aillock, Balboa police sergeant
Fred B. Perra, military police policeman
man policeman Sp2 Charles B. Rice, mil military
itary military police desk sergeant Sp2
James R. Miles and 1st Lt. Roger
G. Higgins of the 518th Engineer
Co. all testified that, in their
opinion, Harmon was under the
influence of alcohol.
Harmon was represented by
Woodrow de Castro.
murder of infant Peter Weinber-
Tne tnai wui db iwhuw
Decision On Barring
NL To Longshoremen
NEW YORK, Dec. S (UP) -A
federal judge today reserved
decision on a move for a tempor temporary
ary temporary injunction to bar port of New
York longshoremen from demand demanding
ing demanding an industry-wide contract In
negotiations with New York
today when both sides will present1 shippers.
their summations. .1 Judge. Frederick Van
Five FBI men aao two Bisam,Bryan said that he would
detectives ciosea out tne
testimony by oiM UMarca's
chare that he had been mistreat
ed by them.
T.aMarea. 31. collapsed yester
day after a prosecution psychia
trist said he was sane when he
kidnaped the Weinberger baby
last July 4 from his Westbury,
N. Y heme and abandoned him
to die in a thicket by a parkway
a decision on the temporary in injunction
junction injunction before the restraining
order expires Monday.
The National Labor Relations
Soard obtained a temporary re
straining order against the Inter
national Longshoremen's Assn. It
charged a union demand for an
all-inclusive port contract with the
new York Shipping Assn. was an
unfair labor practice.
If WF 9 ppH
sion and will be highly appreciat
ed by officers of the Association.
The Hard Way
LANSING, Mich., Dec. 7 (UP)
F. W. Terwifliger, a state con conservation
servation conservation department geolORiot,
likes to Ret his deer the hard
way. Terwllliger bagjred his deer
this season with a 90 year-old
muzzle loader at 40 yards.
SGT. BRIG1DO PAZ RODRIGUEZ of Panama received his diploma from Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, commander, Caribbean Air Command for successfully completing the five-month
training course at the USAP School for Latin America at Albrook. Paz Rodriguez was one
of seven Panamanian students who received diplomas yesterday during the graduation exer exercise.
cise. exercise. On hand to congratulate the students from Panama was Lt. Col. Carlos Arosentena,
executive secretary of the Panama National Guard. Other Panamanian students graduated
Include: Venancio Mendez Guillen, Isidoro Asprilla Marmolejo, Manuel Lopez, Rosendo Villa Villa-verde,
verde, Villa-verde, Carlos Antonio Moya, and Hermel Montero. Shown above are Arosemena, Landon,
Col. John C. Bvers, commandant of the School, and Paz Rodriguez. The remaining student
are shown ia the background. USAF Official Pheto)
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