The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INHFPFlJnFMT CNSS
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is ufey ibraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN
WHISKY
52nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1156

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Wat 1

Sfrce Paralyzing

ed Puppet Regime

VIENNAj Dec. ll (UP). Hungary's workers clamp clamped
ed clamped an all-paalyzing general strike on the nation today
-in a last desperate atterapt to topple the regime of hated
puppet Premier Janos Kadar.
Late reports reaching- Vienna left no doubt that the
48-hour strike would be highly effective. It was virtual virtually
ly virtually total yesterday, long before the midnight start time
set by the Budapest Central Workers Council.
Frantic appeals by thfe government-controlled radio
Budapest were heard last night. The appeals made by
discredited government-ruh "trade unions" held no sway
with the mass of the workers and miners.

. .Radio Budapest in Its 1000
newscast saw tnat no rnwj
or truck transports of food
supplies arrived at the Buda Buda-nest
nest Buda-nest markets today, thus indi indicating
cating indicating that the strike of
transport workers to Hungary
is total.
irarlW hundred of Polish
chiHpntc 'had plashed with DO-
lice and troops In anti-Soviet
demonstrations in tne western
polish city of Stettin, radio War Warsaw
saw Warsaw said.,
At Melbourne, seven Roma Romanian
nian Romanian athletes joined the 46
Hungarians who will not re return
turn return to their Communist-ruled
homelands after the Olympic
games, ft was learned.
Additional members of the Ro
manian Olympic team are ex-
Ipected to defect before tne
group leaves for home on Thurs-
i aay
The names of the seven ath
letes are being carefully guard
ed. But they nave joinea me 40
Hungarians who are now living
in a section of the Olympic vil village
lage village formerly occupied by the
American team.
Volunteers provided by tne
I Olympic organizing committee
will care for the Romanians un
On Missing Craft
VANCOUVER, B. C, Dec. 11
IniPl A renort of an exDlosion
Ion jagged Silvertip mountain in a
Kesolate area ot nntisn umuoidh
ave Royal Canadian Air Force
Isearchers their most promising
lead; today on the fate of 62 per
rions aDoara a missing lrans-uan-ada
Airlines plane.
Gordon Doweling, a memoer 01
kh Rritith Columbia legislature.
Itold air force search master George
Isheehan that nine persons at a
lodge near the mountain heard the
blast Sunday nigm wnen me piane
llsappeared.
Cheohan laid ftte lndse BliestS
i-ennrinH the incident to Dowding
I when the legislator appeared there
n .1 rr Uamw1
abOUt 8 p.m. Minaay. iney iienru
the explosion about 50 minutes af-
Itcr last radio contact wiin me
plane.
Th VC.kV alerted about 10
planes to leave at dawn for Silver-
rtip, a snow-coverea o.ow wi fco.
and on the area west of the peak.
Three Dakotas tuanaoian
searched through yesterday with without
out without luck and the air force had to
cancel an overnight hunt because
lot clouds. .. 1
"It's no use sending mem up,
.nAlrAcman said last, niaht.
ta mtrt with the missing
Diane was lost near Silvertip.
Seduction Suit
Brings Split
Tween Girl, Dad
SOUTHAMPTON, England. Dec.
h riTP Prettv Eve Fairbairt,
11Q mr t.odav she would never
I forgive her father for filing a law
suit against toe man wno seuuceu
her
Her father collected $145 in his
case against the man, George
Diaper, a merchant marine
offieer.
I Miss Fairbairn now is living
with Diaper's parents.
Her father, a un'versitv lectur-
Ier, was awarded the money for
loss of his daughter's services and
I personal injury.
'SUMP'S
shopping
Jays to
CHRISTMAS

til their future plans are decided.

A special plane win arrive
soon to take the Hungarians to
the united states,
if o Awhile 1 a members of the
jy... t. 1
Russian Olympic team departed
lor nome toaay by way 01 tue
Unwed states.
Britishers Here
Asked To Help
Hungarians
The British community in Pana Panama
ma Panama ha hpen asked to donate
n.ch in pither U.S. dollars or
sterling checks to aid refugees
fleeing Hungary's reign 01
terror.
Tho rinnatinni states the British
Embassy here, may be sent to
"The Lord Mayor s una tor Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Refugees".
In appealing to British residents
of Panama, the announcement
said that "every Briton has been
deaply stirred by the unbelievable
heroism of tne Hungarian peopie
and feel regret that we have not
Im&m Kla 4-a aita thorn mnr npln"
The first donation was $75 from
the British Aid Society of Pana-
litmoved air limit to
she will take.
The Lord Majior's will hffp feed,
clothe and house refugees until
they can become established
Three Busjockeys
Given $15 Fines
For Hiway Culups
Three bus drivers charged with
speeding 55 mph in a 40-mile
zone on Gaillard Highway last
Friday were fined $15 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Twp of the driven, Segundo
Goniales, 43, Panamanian, and
Fitiftrald Gooden, 32, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, warn caught ipaading whilt
driving beses filld with schoolchil schoolchil-dran,
dran, schoolchil-dran, They war bound from Parai Parai-a
a Parai-a to Santa Cnn. Levi Pollard, 32,
Panamanian, was driving a cam-mon-carrier
but.
All of the 'drivers pleaded not
guilty to the offense. At least
two said that according to their
speedometers they were not go go-ine
ine go-ine over the limit.
They admitted not knowing
whether their speedometers were
accurate. Drivers also asserted
arresting police officers became
confused as to which bus was
speeding.
Judge John E. Darning, in sen sentencing
tencing sentencing the busmen apeeden, took
spacial not that in this instance
the Canal Zona police had adopted
an unusual technique for catching
the offenders.
Detectives were stationed on
the road in an unmarked car
after reports reached Canal-Zpne
officials that school buses nad
been racing in the Gamboa area.
Judge Demlng remarked that
in view of the situation he ap
proved of the procedure used to
catch the offenders.
Cribman Suffers
Foot Injuries
A cribman whose foot was in
jured in Cristobal yesterday
when It was caught between a
fender and the SS Mt. Athos
was sent to Coco Solo Hospital
yesterday.
victor carter, Panaman
ian, was adjusting a pump at
the oil handling plant at the
time of the accident,
Sqt-Major Walks
75 Miles For Beer
JOHANNESBURG, South Afri
ca. Dee. 11 (OT) -Army Sgt.
Major D. B. AndersW walked 75
miles for a beer.
Wearing 1 full field kit and
carrying a rifle, Anderson hiked
the .7$ mues in 23 hours 40
minutes to win a prize a pint
of beer.

CZ's

Broker' Held,
Charged in CZ
With Fraud
A man who described himself as
a former free-lance stock and
bond broker stands charged in
the Canal Zone with having "kit "kited"
ed" "kited" a Washington bank out of a
considerable sum.
Some of the checks allegedly us used
ed used by Claude Albert Lennan W.,
36, Panamanian, cleared through
local banks in- Panama and the
Canal Zone. A complete check of
his affairs is in progress.
Lennan if specifically charged
on throe counts of having used
the United State mails to do do-fraud.
fraud. do-fraud. The total amount involved in
the specific charge is between
$1,200 and $1,400.
Listed as the victim in the al alleged
leged alleged fraud is the American Sec Security
urity Security and Trust Company of Wash
ington, D.C. The kiting also in
volved the f irst National sank ot
Portland, Ore.
In the sense tho form "kite"
Is used in a chars of this kind,
police explained, it involves tho
use of a fictitious piece of com commercial
mercial commercial paper for raising mon money
ey money or to sustain credit, but which
represents no firm deposit in a
bonk.
In a kiting operation checks., are
drawn on one bank, deposited in
another in time to cover incoming
checks, which in turn find some
other check at the next Bank to
cover them by the time they ar arrive
rive arrive for navment.
mary near
I Court
over for
rt- ,v
Bail of $1,000 was set' in each
case. It has not been posted.
Some two years ago the Crimin Criminal
al Criminal Division of the Department of
Justice in Washington began in investigating
vestigating investigating Lennan's actions. Fil Filing
ing Filing of charges in tho Canal Zone
had awaited his release from a
Panama jail.
Lennan stated yesterday he is a
graduate of a normal school in Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica He is the son of a retired
Canal employe and lives with bis
mother in Panama cuy.
Reportedly Lennan had operated
a business in which he sold books,
clothing and other articles on
commission.
Littered Apartment
Discloses Recluse,
Million Dollars loo
DETROIT, Dec. 11 (UP) An
elderly woman recluse whose es es-tot
tot es-tot pvrpprfc more than $1 mil
lion was declared mentally in incompetent
competent incompetent yesterday and the
MatinViQi nnnk nf Detroit was
appointed as her guardian.
Mrs. Henrietta i-a, ,, wo
taken to the hospital early last
mnnth when worried neighbors
called police who broke into her
apartment ana iouna ncr iyi"B
on the floor In a semiconscious
state. They said the woman was
suffering from a DroKen nip,
skin ulcers and malnutrition.
The apartment, from wnicn
rarely emerged, was found
cluttered with buttons, milk
bottles and old magazines and
newspapers. Investigators also
found nearly $94,000 in cash
hidden about the apartment.
An inventnrv of Mrs. Lea's es
tate was filed with the probate
court yesterday ana snowea wiai
her holdings exceed $1 million
in cash and stocks.
Neighbors said Mrs. Lea be became
came became a recluse atter her hus husband,
band, husband, John, died hurt May. They
safd she would admit no one in into
to into the apartment and spoke on only
ly only to the milkman and the pa paper
per paper boy through the door tran
som.

Britain Plans
Gas Allotment
For Visitors
Isthmian residents who plan to
take motor vacations in Britain
Mod not fear that their trips will
bo handicapped by a gasoline short shortage,
age, shortage, tho British Embassy here an announced
nounced announced today.
The announcement said plant are
being made by tho British Ministry
of Fuel and Power for special allo allocations
cations allocations of gasoline for overseas vis visitors
itors visitors to Britain.
Oateils are being worked out and
should bo available seen, tho an announcement
nouncement announcement said.
mjjmi 1 in nil 1

Billion

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NEW TEAM IN THE SKY Til first Boeing KC-135 jet tanker-transport (right) Is shown
during initial aerial refueling tests with an eig ht-Jet, 650 mph Boeing B-52 Stratofortress. The
new team jet tanker and intercontinental bomber will :nake possible high altitude,
high-speed refuelings as a routine procedure with the strategic Air Command. The speedy
four-jet KC-135 also will serve as a multi-purpose troop and cargo "transport with Air Force
units. 1

PariCanal Notifies Shipping Agents:
Sales To Snips Come To End Dec. 31

Shipping agents have been
formally notified that the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Co. will discontinue
all sales of goods to ships except
as specifically provided In the
1955 Treaty and Memorandum of
Understandings, effective at the
end of this year.
The agreement between the
UJS. and Panama governments
provides that fuel and lubricants
will continue to be sold and sales
to U.8. government
continued
The
cle was
nestrart
reads:
"For the Information and irul irul-dance
dance irul-dance of all corjajeaed. there Is
quoted the selfsWlanatory pro provisions
visions provisions of item No. 4 of the Me Memorandum
morandum Memorandum of Understandings
Acld-Tossers' Case
Postponed to April;
Cut Bail is Med
NEW YRK D.ec. 11 (UP) -Labor
raCeketeer Johnny Dio and
three other men charged with con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy m the acid-blinding of
Victor Riesel, sought reduction of
their bail today at hearing uj ieo
eral court,
Federal Judge Williams B. Her
lands yesterday postponed until
April 24 tho trial of Dio and his
co-defendants over tho vigorous
protest of defense attorneys. Th
trial we to have started today.
Dio has been free in ? 100,000
bail. His three alleged henchmen,
Theodore Ray, Charles Tuso and
Charles (Woppie) Carlino, who
have been unable to post $100,000
bond each, are in M.
AH four are casfrged with con conspiring
spiring conspiring to obstruct justice by plot
ting the acid attack that blinded
the labor columnist last April 5.
In postponing the trial. Herlands
said he thought the delay would
be "in the interesfcflf justice."
Friedman Resigns
PonCanal Position
Paul H. Friedman, Assistant
to the Director of the Supply
and Employe Service Bureau,
has resigned from his position
with the Panama. Canal Com Company
pany Company and will inter private
Dusiness at the taa of Dec.
Bom m Richmond, New York,
Friedman has befen with the
Supply unit of Uie Canal or organization
ganization organization for the past 15 years.
He was employed in 1941 as a
clerk in the Storehouse Divi Division
sion Division and was majje Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Assistant inlthat division
in 1945. He was pifflgoted to As-
sistant to the Su
and Serv-
ice Director In
was appointed
in 1954
,nt Supply
Director. He has
to the Supply and
Assistant
lye Serv-
ice Director since
t Bureau
was reorganized e
year.!
Usual $100 Fine
For Drunk Driver
A fine of $100 -93 imposed in
Balboa Magistrate's court this
morning upon Bilvenro Boslllo,
38, Panamanian, was convicted
of operating a pickup truck
while he was intoxicated.
The offense occurred at 8 p.m.
Dec. 10 on Andrews Boulevard
at Ft. Kobbe.

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reached as sighed by the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama and the United
States of America last year:
"4. Referring to tho exchange
of notes dated March 2, 1936, ac accessory
cessory accessory to tho General Treaty be between
tween between tho United States of Amoij Amoij-co
co Amoij-co and the Republic of Panama
signed on that data, relative to the
sale to ships of goods imported into
the Canal Zone by tho government
Furey in Plant
Earl A. Dyer, Group Chief of
the Panama Canal Printing
Plant, has been appointed Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent of the Printing
Plant, succeeding G. H. Purey,
who retired from service re&ent-
iy.
A native of Washington, D. C,
Dyer joined the Canal organi organization
zation organization in 1926 and worked two
years as a monotype operator at
te Panama Canal Printing
Plant.
He resigned in 1928 and spent
the next twelve years the U.S.
Government Printing Plant in
Washington, D,C Reemployed
here in 1940, he has been at the
Printing Plant ever since, first
as foreman of the coupon sec section
tion section and later as foreman of
the MOTffpjtfpe section. He has
been Group Chief of the Print Printing
ing Printing Plant since 1955.

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ilsHfaN LOCKS will not be the only place in the Canal Zone with special decorations for
celebrating the transit of the first billionth to n of cargo through the Panama Canal.

mis Dig sign piacea m one ena 01 tne oauroom 01 tne nvon uuest nouse wnere a re reception
ception reception will be held for shipping representative tomorrow night will tell a remarkable story
of how the billion-ton total ha been reached in the Canal's 42 years of operation.
This big sign, in brilliant colors, is domin ated by the circular design in the center show showing
ing showing a ship about to enter one of the Canal Locks. On either side is a Hat of the nationality
of ships and the amount of cargo each has carried through the Canal since August 1914 to
make up the billion tons.
Standing In front of the big sign Is the bell of the SS. Ancon which made the first
transit of the Panama Canal. This bell was presented to the Canal several years ago by
Capt. Clifford Payne and Is now kept in the Canal Zone Museum.
The ballroom has been specially decorated for the reception tomorrow night with house
flags of ships using the Canal In addition to the big sign. Visitors to the Tivoli art Invited
to stop in the ballroom to see the sign at any time during the next few days. During the
reception It will be Illuminated.

One Chance

in benefit of Panamanian com commerce,
merce, commerce, to withdraw wholly from,
and thereafter to refrain from, any
such safes to ships, provided that
nothing in this Item shall apply:
"(a) to salts to ships operated
by or for tho account of tho gov government
ernment government of Hie United States of
America,
"With the specified exceptions,
the Panama Canal Co. will ef effective
fective effective Dec. 31, 1956, withdraw
Wholly from, and thereafter re refrain
frain refrain from, any such sales to
ships. It will be noted that this
commitment does not depend
upon the availabllitv of suDOlies
in the Republic of Panama."
MalenkovOut
Unavailable;
Who' Hoppened?
MOSCOW .Dec. 11 (UP)
Former Soviet Premier Georgi
Malenkov has been absent from
public life for one month now,
observers noted today. His name
has not been mentioned in the
Soviet press in that entire time.
Malenkov's absence has touch touched
ed touched off endless rumors, but there
has been no official comment on
his whereabouts,

(bl to tho sale of fuel or lu-

Lucky Vessel
(Still Unknown)
Nears Isthmus

Isthmian shipping agents are on their marks today.
Each firm which has a vessel approaching Canal Zone
waters has a stronq hope it may be the luckv shio which

bears the Canal's billionth ton

une ot the ships which transits tomorrow will go flown
in official records as carrying the first billionth ton to be
shipped through the waterway since it was opened to com commercial
mercial commercial traffic Aug. 15, $14.
At Gatun, the master of rhat vessel will receifo from
Gov. W. E. Potter a special scroll to signify this high point
in Canal operation.
Invited specially to witness the ceremonv arm 9nl.

dent Ernesto de la Gudrdia,

cials, members of the diplomatic corps, and commanders

ot tne armed services. I he public is welcome also.

All other ships n a s s ine
through the waterway tomorrow
will also be presented with repli replicas
cas replicas of the special billionth-ton
scroll.
The presentation will be a
part of a public ceremony to be
held at 10 ajn. at Gatun locks.
neral public from all
is invitee.
y iw
hve been
decorated.
A second part of the bll bll-l
l bll-l onth ton celebrat4gil' in the
Canal Zone will be a reception
to be tendered at 8 p.m. at
the Tivoli Guest House by
Gov. Potter for the shipping
industry. The reception will be
by invitation.
The celebration of the big
milestone in the Canal's opera
tion will be one of tne few oc occasions
casions occasions in the waterway's histo history
ry history in which all ships in canal
waters will be invited to dress
ship. A similar request was made
on the day of the canal's 25th
anniversary in August 1939.
The billionth-ton orogram at
Gatun will feature music by the
Cristobal High School band, and
an introduction from the
speaker's stand on the east Ga
tun locks wall of various repre
sentatives of the canal organi organization
zation organization who are diree'tly concern concerned
ed concerned with the safe and expeditious
transit of ships. Also represent represented
ed represented will be the group of construction-day
employes who built the
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of cargo.

Jr., and other Panama offi
Billionth-Ton Ship
Will Move Proudly
By Balboa Near 4
a, i
Paclfk side Ksitienti whV are
unable to go to th celebration to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning when the shin
bearing the billionth ton of cargo
transits Gatun Leeks may tee the
ship when it arrives at Miraflorej
locks in the afternoon or a short
time later when it passes Balboa.
While transit schedule in the
Canal are highly flexible, it it ex expected
pected expected that the billionth ton ship
will arrive at Miraflores Locks a-
bout .3:30 p.m. or a little later. It
is not expected to arrive in Balboa
basin before 4 p.m.
Amateur photographers who de desire
sire desire to obtain pictures of the his historic
toric historic transit may do so either at
Miraflores Locks or as the ship
passes Balboa.
The ship will have an enormous
banner on the port side (toward!
Balboa) which will designate it as
the billionth-ton ship.
The vessel will also "dress ship"
for its transit of the Canal as will
other ships in Canal waters.
There are no restrictions for visi visitors
tors visitors at Miraflores Locks and pic pic-tares
tares pic-tares of the transit may be made
for any of the designated "visi "visitors'
tors' "visitors' areas" in the Locks enclos enclosure.
ure. enclosure. Council, Potter
Meeting Shelved
Until Friday p.m.
The meeting of Gov. William
L. Potter with presidents and
representatives of the Canal
Zone Civic Councils whicn had
been scheduled for Wednesday
afternoon will be postponed un
til 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, il
was announced today.
The postponement Is neces necessary
sary necessary because of the conflict in
schedule with events planned
for celebrat on of the transit
of the billionth ton of cargo
through the Panama Canal
which will take place Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Presidents of the Civic Coun Councils
cils Councils for this year and next, aa
well as Council representatives
who regularly attend the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's monthly conferences
have been invited to attend th
December meting. Representa Representa-tivs
tivs Representa-tivs from Councils in both Unit United
ed United States and Latin America
communities will attend tht
meeting at which plans for the
coming year will be discussed.
This meeting will not be open
to the general public.
Gas And Blood
DENHAM, Engbuvd, Dee. 11
UP) The British gasoline short
age drew first blood toaay.
Police rushed to a station to
break up a fight between two
motorists over who was next in
line for the few precious gallons
being allotted to each customer.
One man was sent to a hospital
for treatment.

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THE MAIL BOX

The Med So a e opto town reader, of The Ptwuw

an received greNfeUv one or MnfliM m o mih """"

W yee wttt8 toUtt dee't he W" i
dat inters era pwMitlMd m trie eider received,
fleas try to keee Hse letters IiMMM to one page lonftK.
UwrtiN of totter writers it hold in strictest sent.dence.

Tin aoMr mmimi bo toooooiiputY tor steteeeats

I letters trorn readers.
WELL IT BE ANOTHER "RIO HATO"?

The die is cast. It was publicly snnounced at a confer conference
ence conference at Governor rotter's onice wee. 8 that urinea States eiu eiu-zehs
zehs eiu-zehs retired from the Panama Canal woiuri, euective jan. 1,
lto7, lose tneir commissalw privileges. It was maae plain tnat
the action was taken at the oehest of tne Panama Uoveinmeni
not that tne Canal authorities approved of tne measure.
There had been rumors lor some weeics previous tnat some
ot.irm nt this kind would be taken, but ior the most part tne

rumors were discredited. Tnereiore, tne announcement proving

that the rumors were true acted as an exploding oomosnell in
rlu tnnlra nf the nlri timers.

It is too early yet to gauge the effect of this decision, but

tc horrtiv mv doubt mere win oe repercussions. vuv

there

to be seen. Some not tied aown

lorm there win take remains

aaay move away. ...
It will quite probably be a deterrent on the part of the
more affluent of retired employes to furtner investments local locally
ly locally One has already told us that he was contemplating buy buying
ing buying land and building a home at Las cumbres, out has now
'The Panamanian Government has evidently gone on the
assumption tnat most of the retired employes pensions or an annuities
nuities annuities are spent in the Zone commissaries. Tnis is far from
rue Thousands of dollars are spent monthly with Panama
merchants more would be spent but lor the, In some ?ases,
exorbitant prices, wholly due to high dunes.
As a case in point the writer has been spending nearly
one-half of his annuity in the town in which he lives, or about
S5U a month. This includes rent, servant hire and a wide va variety
riety variety of miscellaneous expenses. Many things he needs can cannot
not cannot be obtained in local stores, not noes he subscribe that ne
must subsist on rice, beans and meat. He expects to move, and
tne town loses the $600 per year revenue from him.
The Panama Government could ameliorate the situation
if it would reduce some of the almost prohibitive duties.
Canned goods containing meat are practically barred and if
sold at all at price greater than the traffic will bear.
There are many anomalies too. To cite one. Santa Rosa
ugar is soid in the commissaries at 38 cents for a 5-lb bag
It 1. hardly anv wonder that the urchins who sell commissary
goods at the firry have no trouble whatever in getting rid of
rneir suear supplies at 90 cents the bag.
WeTan remember that in the dto TW Aog
was in effect Panama merchants were able to compete with
the Zone commissaries, for the duty was only 10 per cent and
thlSpoTaUon cost's were much loer. We ourse ves, bought
sometoods in local stores even cheaper than priced in the
commissaries.
Th Panama nnvernmenr. would lose no revenue by reduc

ing Import duties providing they could keep merchants from
pWfiteeflng. The increased Imports would offset lower duties.
iom fresh in men's minds how the Panama Govern-

r- m ... .. .. l. j

ment. wondered wnen iney listened to me awam

m a ftt.ofient bodv and ordered the Zone mllitarf

out of Rio Hato. This involved a vast expenditure on tne

.f th miiitlrv m movinit out with no gain whatever to

On the contrary it was a distinct loss to the people of the
region. We were told at the time that the servicemen and of officers
ficers officers at Rio Hato were spending $10,000 per month in the area
which included Penonome, Anton, San Carlos, El Valle and the
town of Rio Hato itself. All this from the salaries paid out.
Now the military is back again at Rio Hato with no further
objection. Will the blunder at Rio H8to be repeated in the
present fateful decision? Coming from a more than a half half-century
century half-century resident of Panama, and one consistently loyal, it is
hoped not. But the situation cannot be made a one-way street.
There must be concessions:
Old Timer

Plasma

ot

Sir:

Let us disquss "good faith. As a typical Zonian wno nas
seen the gradual dismemberment of the Canal organization
upon the insistent importuning of commercial and political ele elements
ments elements in Panama, I have a few observations to make in reply
to those who seem to think that erroneous treaty interpreta interpretations
tions interpretations are all oh one side.
Good faith could be sought in vain from those responsible
for allowing the deterioration of hundreds of miles of military
roads received as a gift. They are now looking for grants for
"carreteras de penetraclon."
Even while we resisted the closing down of our soda pop
and jnilk bottling plants on the grounds that Panama products
could not be relied upon, we witnsesed the official rejection of
contaminated colas and milk with high bacteria count. Where
was the good faith and sense of responsibility to show that
they, the companies in Pahama, merited the turning over to
them of a captive market?
Good faith could be shown by straightening out the mess
In the Panama Water Office. When we administered it, any anyone
one anyone falling to pay his water bills found his water would be
shut off; ergo, they paid their bills, three were no bad debts,
and there were adequate receipts to defray the costs of main maintaining
taining maintaining Panama City streets.

Those who now pay their own employes lower wages than
the ones they are asking us to raise even higher could show
rd faith by at least matching the present "local rate" wages
the Canal Zone.
There is nothing foolish in this last suggestion because
Panama business would be certain to recover these monies in
the Immediately increased purchases of their workers.
Our deepest regret lies in having witnessed a great and

efficient organization, dedicated to service, converted into a

soulless type of organization with a profit motive.

An organization capable of dismissing its employes after
a lifetime of service and charging them "outsider's" rates for
hospital and medical care is a rebuke to humanity. A U.S.
organization collecting tuition from a U.S. citizens small pen pension
sion pension for the elementary education of his minor children; a U.8.
organization denying mall privileges to certain of its own citi citizens;
zens; citizens; a V. organization openly dedicated to the principle .of
gradually replacing its loyal UJS. citizen employes with low
cost labor In order, thereby, to show more "profits."
All this and a gifted administrator to ease the indignity by
wanting the retired employes to "feel that they still belong to
the Canal organization."
Observer

Some lads erow UD to hurl BO-

hitters. some arow ud to hurl a-

eid wmcn maites a sure mi line

the dead time: involved in a iriai

r ri

now under way in new xur

Seems a newspaper fenow was

blinded bv tnis puuk who four or

five years ago was a teen-age Del

inquent of tue kind we re an going

to save in some lasnion wnen w!

set around to it.

These musclea teen-agers love
leaendary figures, and already, the

gendarmerie tell me, the youtniui

acid hurier has become a mignty

myth in the candy stores, bars and

dimly lit. low-cemaged night spots

he used to frequent w a e n he
couldn't pick a pocket or mug
some Dostoevskian dame of the

night

Such characters make up the

kind of gangs now roaming the ci
ties nf the world even "nrole

tarian" Moscow where they use

the militia and brutal "corrective'

labor camps to cure this terror by

night.

All kids are born equal and

clean, too. When they wind up in

the gutter, it's too late for the

tears of relatives who seem to dev

elop some reverse resentment

gainst the system which beat their

boy and even against the victim

for having gotten in the way

some concentrated acid.

So I've been watching for those

good Samaritans who try to stop

tnat jet journey between the crau

le and the grave. The other day

my good mend, Jackie Bright

leader of the nation's vaudevilllan

in the American Guild of Variety

Artists, afjl-UO, came up with an
idea that might help. His union
people are looking for deserved

support for their project and some

of the multi-million dollared na

tional unions might want to know

au about it.
Says Jackie Bright:

"The American Guild of Vane
ty Artists is sponsoring a move

ment to start a 'Juvenile Delin

quency Fund,' for the purpose of

combatting this evil in a manner
we feel will appeal to teen-agers,
take them off the streets and make
them 'the good citizns of tomor.
row' that all decent law abiding
citizens want them to be."
The vaudevillians' union plans to
start its private anti-delinquency
drive in New York and then fan

out to other big cities if their cam campaign
paign campaign takes hold.

We aim to present a series of
variety shows weekly in every
borough with ticket distribution
through the public and high schools
To start, five shows weekly will

be given, one in each borough J

wiui me snows to be presented
in different parts of town each

Paa4succeeding week," Bright says.

W 'in aeration to the show itself

3fr win secure me appearance o;

sports and other celebrities wh

wO appeal to the teen-agers and;

ormg them out m force, thus talc

ing tnem on tne streets and keep keeping
ing keeping them out of mischief."
What the vaudevillians want are
contributions of candy, soft drinks,
prizes and other gimmicks to
bring the teen-agers in to beat
their palms and cut a rug instead
of beating some skull and cutting
up each other.
If this succeeds in New York,
there will be a pilot pattern for

tne rest of the country but it

can tan unless the big union i un uncork
cork uncork some of their big treasuries.

mere are le.ww local unions

throughout the nation and these

can launch programs of their own

Far be it from me to tell anyone

now to speno nis union's money
But let me make a point here.

r

ii uicae becu-Huers srnw nn

tough, they grow up to become

the "troops" of the underworld th

same underworld which move.ii in

cm the unions. At first the youngs youngs-ters
ters youngs-ters are just muscle-men trying to
pick up ten or fifteen dotla

for a fast organization ih enmo.

place. Then they become a steady

Ktiv wiulii nas lo De rareri fnr

or else. Mobs move on Mnsein

and it must be young muscle.
Many of the unions with multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar treasuries today are
throwing their money into housing
projects, which is fine. But if you
just remake the slums without re remaking
making remaking much of its

just warehousing them in' better

siyie.
So let's give the vaudevillians'
union a big hand.

muyWashington

Merry-Go -Round

y I U MAI ION

Walter Wincliell I n N ew Yorn

0

THi WW VARIETY SHOW Ezio Pinza never had a musical tionate names for the star are

There are 9 shows in the cur

rent season's top bonanza catego

ry. About ao cnaueugeu tne nouii nouii-cide
cide nouii-cide squad . Jayhe Manstteid,

who aaores pels, just adoea a wat,-

an to ner private zoo. lane aiso
collects, woi ves j .... &pu uts
Tuuv's "Around the Worid With

Kiwood P-etzei. a spool ox Eiv'

grunting. . i ollywooa s latest nap nappy
py nappy go luxury: Minx bikinis. .

bells Are Kinging is ringing

the loudest bell on vne cash ren renter.
ter. renter. Tickets are being sold for Jan

uary, i9o . me itocsettes are

hign-kickinK to a rnumba beat,

How they can wiggle their wag waggles!.
gles!. waggles!. . Fred Alien's "Much Auo
About Me" includes this switty-

ty: "1 always felt that success

a pprson enjoys omy in

ationf another'". .Tie

ille ott'Santa Vonica Blvd (Gir-

lywood, USA) is where the most

glamorous u woooarnngs go to un

wind or, set ihe Alarm. .un lire
there last night were Esther Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Isabel Jewel, Ann Miller
and the newspaper profession's
No. 1 Baby-Sitter for Stars (Ro

berta Sherwood, Lisa Kirk, Sheuey

Winters, Rowan & Martin and Nor Norma
ma Norma Douglas) . Steve Peck, who
teaches stars How To Do It, is

tne landloru. Tne oanu has a ocat

as hot as the one at El Morocco

In short, this is WW's new all-

night address on the West Coast.

. Sextress Joan' Collins announc

ed: "I want a man who knows

how to laugh." (Hahahahahahaha-

hahahahahahabahahahaha nana
ha.)

education and can bareiy read tne

do-ri-mi lingo. . Sir James Du Du-rante's
rante's Du-rante's mythical character" Um Um-briago"
briago" Um-briago" is derived from Italian
folklore .. Movie ville's top ro ro-ducers.
ducers. ro-ducers. DeMille and Goldwyn, are

both 74. In other words, you're
never too old to be young ... The

"My Fair Lady" record is expect

ed to gross $3 million . Ingrid

Bergman's twin girls are not look-

alikes. One is blonde and glue

eyed, the other is a brown-eyed

brunette. . Julie Andrews recent

ly explained the secre. of her suc

cess: "For many years I did noth
ing but practice, practice, prac

tice, practice ... Talk about
skewps: E. Presley's guitar costs

$375. 'Magine!

Mermo. Mermsv or The xvienn.

The latter was coined by ueorge
Solotaire . Actress Kim Stanley,

who called the critics fatheads

last season, win bravely chauenge
them in an upcoming drama. .
Carroll Baker, "A by Don" star,
was one of teevee's weather fore

casters several years ago. . Don
Whitehead's "The FBI Story: A
Keport to the Nation" merits the
raves of book reviewers. Reading
the tome will mak. American feti
proud and safe. . Ray Bolger
wins the right to trophy with nis
comment: "These TV shows whirl

WASHINGTON The current

junket to TnaUand by memoers oi
congress to attend the lnter-Par-

hamentary Union has a coupie of
interesting coattail riders.

They are Mr. and Mrs. Irving

Swanson, who four years ago fig

ured in this column when Congress
man Ernest Bramblett, Republic Republican
an Republican of California, was reported to
have received kickbacks from his

secretarial staff and others.
Among the others was Mrs.
Margaret Swanson who began

drawing $4700 a year from the

congressman in 1949, though

never went near his office.
Later Bramblett was tried by
the Justice .Department and con convicted
victed convicted of taking salary kickbacks.
Among those who testified was.
Mrs. Swanson, who told the court
that she was placed on Bramblett's
payroll to "remove the sting of
criticism" from the fact that the
Congressman's wife had been on
the payroll.
She admitted on the witness
stand that she gave FBI agents
the impression that she did some
work for Bramblett, though she
hadn't.

She claimed that when she told
the FBI none of her salary was
kickbacked to the congressman

she "honestly felt- the cash went
to Mrs. Bramblett.
Her husband, Irving Swanson, al also
so also testified to having helped ar

range for his wife to draw a check
as Bramblett's secretary, then

turn cash back to Bramblett.
Swanson was then Republican
minority clerk in the House of Re Representatives.
presentatives. Representatives. More recently he
has been a member of the cam campaign
paign campaign brain trust of the G P na

tional committee and an adviser
to right-wing Republican senators.

Now he has turned up

Mrs. Swanson, as a memoer of

the U.S. delegation staff attending
the Inter -Parliamentary Union in
Bangkok, Thailand.
Just how two people who were

parties to payroll finangling in

Congress should be peerless exam examples
ples examples of the parliamentary system

in the USA might be hard lor for foreign
eign foreign countries to understand.

ean side. It was impossible to do

this without being a Communist or

a pro-Communist.

in ire, Anoerson was also a
member of Sweden's Brown Shirt

or mzi rany. ne volunteered as
a photographer with the German

army in Finland.
Later he became a German a-

fent, affiliating himself with the
led Horse League a wartime Nor

wegian underground which helped I

Norway patriots escape from the
Germans. Having wormed his way
into the underground. Anderson

she worked against Norwegians and I

with the Germans.

From this job, Anderson went I
to Stockholm, where he became a I

police officer. In October, 1945, he I

was arrested in the British zone

of Germany masquerading as an I
American newspaperman. T h el

British deported him to Sweden.

Later, Anderson turned up as a

correspondent covering the Korean!

war from the North Korean side,

and the next the Western world I

heard of him, he was in Port Saidl
as a correspondent for the official!

Egyptian magazine "Scribe." This I

is put out by the Egyptian ministry I

ot national guidance.

Anderson's first dispatch from I
Port Said was filed by Tass. the I

soviet news agency.

Anderson claimed to be accredit-!

ed to the International News Serv-I

icebut it turned out that INS.I

though receiving dispatches from!

him, did not distribute them.

This is the newspaperman whom!
the Egyptians are now quotin? asl

an independent eyewitness to Brit-I

ish-French atrocities.

UNDER THE DOME

HELP FOR HUNGARY

around like a revolving door. You." T
hav tn wateh out vnn don't ffet PntPea. 10 1

Dry cleaners and laundrymen
around tne nation arc louuwmg

the lead of the Washington, D.C.,

Launory and Uty Cleaning Asso

ciation in helping collect clothes

for the Hungarian peopie.

Tom Doster, president of the

Launory-Dry Cleaning Association

N. C, has just tele-

Vice President Nixon is alrearfvl

with mapping strategy for his future inl

I960. His chief ally is. GOP chair-l

man Len Hall. Nixon threw a post-1

election party for his staff withl
Hall as the guest of honor; Later,!

nan new oown to rort LauderH

dale, Fla., to confer with Nixon

regarding both the 1958 and 19

campaigns ... It was Len who stuck
by Dick through thick and thin

when Stassen and -thers were tryJ
ing to block him ... The Public

Health Service has sent a feUov

refugee to Camp Kilmer, N.J-,

attend me medica needs of the

nunganan refugees. He is Dr. IJ

smor Aoranamer, who fled ffoml
Nazy Germany and, again, from!

Czechoslovakia after the Naiii
moved in.

have to watch out

trapped in it."

W pe

Tfce Honor.

ing AetrtM"

me: Ma

The value of inhaling beautiful beautifully:
ly: beautifully: Diana Dors owns a plane and
yacht. . Mike Todd, of all people,
once taught bricklaying. . Before
joining Actors' Studio you must be
okayed by a board composed join joining
ing joining Actors' Studio you must be o-

kayed by a board composed of

students plus the Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors ... Oh, those critics 1 The
Herald-Tribes reviewer scorned
"Candide" as a "spectacular disas disaster"
ter" disaster" while the N. Y. Timesman
hailed it as "a brillian satire" .
David Wayne's starrer, "The Loud
Red Patrick," is a financial click
A trio of movie companies are bid bidding
ding bidding for the rights. . "Anasta "Anasta-sia"
sia" "Anasta-sia" sounds like a song worth your
bent ear. A dreamy thing. . "I

don t like this fuss that everyone

makes about my bust measure

ments," declared Sophia Loren

whose lucky numbers are 36-24-36.

n Miss M

known at

-Swing

.... Which reminds

chiko Kyo, the Japanese doll in
the "Teahouse of the August
Moon" movie, proves there's no nothing
thing nothing as international as beauty
.... At no extra cost, we give
you George Abbott's formula for
constructing a play: "In the first
act you get a men up a tree.
In the second act you throw
rocks a him. And in tho third
act you get him down" . Ne
producer has ever equaled Jed
Harris' reccrd: He once had 4
hits on B'way at the same time.
. . Bob Hope, who plays James
J. Walker in "Beau James" (the
story of Walker's life based on
Gene Fowler's best selling
book), has a big hit. Alexis
Smith, Vera Miles and the cam cameramen's
eramen's cameramen's shots of N. Y. (as I
know It at night) co-star.

Ethel Merman's chums hardly
ever call her Ethel. Their affec-

"Girls of Summer" is a
onlv for people who have.

tions. Sexy as a bachelor

dreams. If (Ps controversy
you desire, this is to report that
Alf Hitchcock is anti-egg. He an announced:
nounced: announced: "I've never eaten an
egg in my life. To, me an egg is
a sinister thing". . Susan Straa Straa-berg's
berg's Straa-berg's big ambition (before be becoming
coming becoming a star) was to be a com commercial
mercial commercial -.rtist. . Dore Senary 's
payoff after being dropped by
MGM is $100,000 per annum for
10 years. In other words, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood is the only place where you
can be a failure and get rich...
SalHe Blair 'belongs in a show
like "Tho Zlegfeld F o 1 1 1 e s."
Sings "Black Magic" better than

Billie D.niels and "Hold 'Em
Joe" better than Harry Belafon Belafon-te.
te. Belafon-te. She is Sex with a capital X.
The most successful songsmiths
have difficulty creating clicks.
Cole Porter; for example, has com composed
posed composed over 500 tunes. About 75
have been major hits. .The value
of talent? Yul Brynner received a

Sir:
AH the retired employes living in the Republic will lose
their Commissary privileges at the end of December.
Now I want to urge each and every one of you, and also
the American Legionalres if they will, to write to your Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen and let them know in Washington what the setup Is down

here. I may not do us any good, but it certainly can't hurt

us, and if enough letters go up, some action may be taken.
I believe our U.S. government Is a iittle stronger than Pan Panama
ama Panama is certainly getting enough from the taxpayers in the U.S.
(and that Includes some of our own people) to grant us the
privileges we have always enjoyed. The poor in this country
will certainly suffer. A lot of Americans have helped them out
plenty, but we aren't going to be foolish enough to buy food in
the republic or take care of Panama's poor.
The working Panamanians that I have talked to would
rather have less money and retain their Commissary rights.

HEADS RED CROSS Gen.
Alfred M. Gruenther. 57, retir retiring
ing retiring Supreme Allied Commander
in Europe, has been appointed
president of the American Red
Cross. General Gruenther, a
veteran of 38 years as an officer,
will retire from the Army on
Dec. 31 and take over his new
post the next day. He succeeds
Ellsworth Bunker of New York,
Red Cross president for the past
three years.

Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis
are smarties. They are investing
in real estate . Those TV
shows from Miami Beach are
mighty suntertainlng . Ray
Bolger's repris of "One in Love
With Amy" (via NBC) demon demon-strated
strated demon-strated why audience are in
love with Ray., The season's
12 flops (thus far) represent a
loss of more than $2 million .
Les Baxter's "Dream Rhapso Rhapsody"
dy" Rhapsody" disc Is a happy whirl. Musi Musical
cal Musical music . Julie London re reveals
veals reveals her gift for gamuting in
tho forth-coming "Great Man"
flicker . Judy Garland's quo quotable
table quotable kwote: "It's children, not
furniture, that make the home."

"Just One More" (plushed by
the Los Angeles Press Photogs

Association) is crowded with de

luxe camera-work . Herb Stem

pel, the "21" show's know-it-all,
threatens to become the Fort Knox
among q wizards. Moral: Nothing
is more entertaining than money.

. . Shelley Winters is a Girl. She

was modeling swimsuits and night

gowns when she was 15 . Peg

ay Lee, who earns about $500,000
annually, recently had to sell some

real estate to pay back taxes.

Why Judy Holliday must watch

vuuac vaiunca. 31IC St tt putaiu Mall
cake fanatic. (Who isn't?) .

Mike Wilding's understatement of
the week: "Marriage is difficult

Her Happiest Moment

say that his memoers

nad started a drive to collect
clothes, ciean them, and start
them on their way to Vienna, now
tie center of Hungarian refugees.

This was followed by a telegram

from James A. Sioudard, presi

dent of the Dry Cleaners Guild of

New Jersey at Waicuck, N.J. stat stating
ing stating that his organization had just
sent a tele,;, am to Governor Mey Mey-ner
ner Mey-ner of New Jersey, pledging the
New Jersey dry cleaners to clean

clothine free of charge and trans

port it to any designated point in

New Jersey en route to tne n ree ree-dom
dom ree-dom Fighters of Hungary.
N NEUTRAL (?) NEWSMAN
The Egyptian embassy has been

flooding newspaper offices wh a

Damnhlet which claims to docu

ment British-French, atrocities a

gainst Egypt.

The documentation consists of an

"eyewitness account" by a Swed

ish newspaperman, Perlow Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, who is described as a nuetral
photographer-reporter who cover covered
ed covered the Korean war.
The Egyptian embassy, however,
neglects to mention certain perti pertinent
nent pertinent facts about this "neutral" ob observer.
server. observer. Here are some of them:
He covered the Korean war as

a correspondent on the North Kor-

TOOTHSOME TOT All set

to put the bite on uie a w w-old
old w-old Paula, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Martinez, of Denver,
who exhibits the two teeth with
which she was born. Doctors say
her teeth are bout the size ct
those belonging to a lO-montns-oldbaby.

$1,000,000 offer to direct and star
in a movie ... Edward G. Rob-

fnson IS anomer grauuaw: irom

Vaudeville U. . wnat is success
The Edie Adams-Ernie Kovacs du du-Dlex
Dlex du-Dlex has 15 rooms. Seven bath

rooms. . Ella Fitzgerald's "April
in Paris" platter makes the oldie

sound superior to most newies. .

The ratings race-rat race: Arith
metic has replaced entertainment
A decimal point can mean the dif

ference between success and fail

ure. Incredibly, the ratings have a

life-or-death effect for a show show-but
but show-but they cannot be proved right or

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lon colon will capture his heart. Patent Patented
ed Patented suspended springs give this extra-tough
plastic molded hone, real
gaited action, like riding hone hone-back.
back. hone-back. Sparkling, lifetime chroma
bate. Children from 1-7 yean.
ARM Junior
Roadmaster
Removable stabilisers for beginners
ensures perfect safety. Brothers fir
sisters can both, use it. Easily
changes from boy's to girl's model.
Tank model with Flitaline chsin
guard and semi-pneumatic tires.
Black with red, white and chrome
trim. Children 4-7, 14" wheel.

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Atomic Baseball Game Keyboard Accordion m Ejjfr Atomic Submarine

Open until 9:00 p.m. every
Night until Christmas

FELIX Has Panama's Biggest Toy Assortment

Turbo Jet Car
Press the trigger and the Turbo Jet
Car leapt from launching platform.
Made of rod and gray plastic with
toft rubber rocket note, it emits a
jet-like w-h-e-e! It's propelled by
a strong friction motor. For boys
4 to 8 yean
Winchester Skates
Here's a new "tiny tot" skate that
eliminates the problem of fitting
skate to shoe! Come with toe
clamps and interchangeable red
vinyl tee straps chime-tone bells.
Sturdy construction with ball-bearing
wheels. Children 4 yean fir up.
M o n o p o 1 y
Parker Brothers' famous Real Es Estate
tate Estate Trading Game with removable
bank tray, plastic houses and ho hotels,
tels, hotels, double "money" supply. For
up to 10 playen, also available in
Popular Edition for 8.
"Champion" 1957 Car
Two-tone. No kidding, it's juit like
Pop's. Your boy will feel himself a
champion of his group in this inss inss-cy
cy inss-cy two-tone car. 36" long and 17"
high. White tires with silver plates.
Wheels with ball bearings for eesy
and quiet driving. Flashy red seat
and steering wheel.

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la.y-to-play without lessons! En- bJH MMM W" Young admiral will thrill to pilot
t.rtain with a famous full scale -gPSS W 8 M.. this atomic submarine around the
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"Superior" Typewriter
Resembles a real typewriter even
uses real typewriter ribbon! Oper Operates
ates Operates by dialing to letter desired and
pressing dial. Metal type "assures
sharp, clear lettering Glittering
geld color with bright red key key-beard.
beard. key-beard. Has black and red ribbon.
Cake Mix Set
Set includes 9 assorted boxes fa famous
mous famous Pilltbury cake mixes, mixing
bowl, mixing spoon, 3 measuring
spoons, 2 layer cake tins, cup cake
tin, 15 crinkle cups, spatula, cake
knife, 8 packages frostings Pan
linen, 4 packages cake decora decorations
tions decorations and cook book. Girls 6-12.

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Susan Stroller
Beautiful plastic walking doll 17 tall
with vinyl head and moving eyes. She
knees, site, bends kneels, turns head and
has exciting life-like rooted hair that
washes, waves curls and combs. With
taffeta dress trimmed with lace braid
and flowers.

1st Prize. $1500.00 (Merchandise Gift Certificate)
2nd Prize 200.00 (Merchandise Gift Certificate)
3rd Prize 100.00 (Merchandise Gift Certificate)
81 Approximation Prizes of $5.00 Merchandise Gift Certificates.
Winners choose the merchandise THEY desire.

Toy Department (2nd Floor)

Doll House
This luxuriously appointed 2-story
Doll House it every little mother's
dream. Consists of living roam,
nursery, bathroon and terrace in including
cluding including 25 pieces of furniture AH
ground floor doors and windows
pen. In beautiful colon.
Betsy-Wetsy Doll
She drinks real water, cries real
tean, blows her note and wets til
her diaper needs changing. Betsy
Wetsy's lovely hair can be washed
and combed. Comes in suitcase
with complete layette, including
dress, shirt, booties, diaper and
bottle. For girls 3 to 10.

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Junior Fudge Maker
Everything your child needs to
make bis own fudge without cook cooking
ing cooking Set contain 4 pieces fudge
from 45 crinkle cups, roll of foil,
vanilla fudge mix, measuring
spoon and mixing bowl. Fun for
II.
Flying Helicopter
By pushing take-off button heli helicopter
copter helicopter speedily makes vertical
take-off from heleport. It's whirl whirling
ing whirling blades lift it to over 25 feet.
The descent is slew and majestic.
Set comes complete with litho lithographed
graphed lithographed airport and helicopter,
with blades of safe plastic.
Baby Doll

Your daughter will love to cuddle this
lovely baby doll 23" tall. Made of soft,
life-like latex with vinyl head and curved
arms. Has moving eyes and cute baby
features. Dressed in flannel snowsuit with
hat trimmed with braid ribbon and
buttons.

No. 22-06 Central Ave. Phone 2-1773

Sand Boat
Baby will anjov hours of fun at the -beach
playing with this sand boat.
Also perfect for swimming pool
ft floats Made of toft but unbreak unbreakable
able unbreakable plastic Set consists of sand
boat 6" high and 12" long with
matching school.
Electric Range
Thermostat-controlled! oven. Bakes
real cakes like mother's. .watch
through window I Turquoise ena enamelled,
melled, enamelled, white top,' copper trim. 10
utensils geared to recipe book.
' Safety tested; 2 real switches; top
f stove lights. Fiberglass insulated)
to keep oven heat. Girls 6-12.
Country Doctor Play
Nurse Kit
These medical kitt are realistic
from stethoscope and microtcope
to thermometer and candy pille
with many medical implementi and
bandages. Completely safe. Packed
in leather-soft unbreakable plastic
kits. Age 3 to 10
Border Patrol Bicycle
He'll be patrolling day and night in
this wonderful Christmas biks, 38"
long and 23" high. Semi-pneumatic,
non-puncture tires with two
balancing wheels. Fenden, bstket,
windthield, flag and steering wheel
protected with plastic coven For
beys 3 to 5 yean old.

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Block City
No building set it like it. It's so
realistic. The sturdy, interlocking,
true-to-scala plastic pieces go to together
gether together in endless ways. Blocks,
doors, windows, rooft, fences.
Builds houses, stores, churches text,
bungalows. Children 5-12.
Plastic Beauty Kit
Carrying kit shaped just like a mo model's
del's model's hat box. Contain! hand mir mirror,
ror, mirror, perfume, atamixer, powder
compact, rouge compact, lipstick,
eaxeaxeaxgj
soap, comb, nail fuffer, cuticle
stick. Safe, sanitary Girls I to 9.
Junior Trike
New rocket -design frame, FLITE FLITE-LINE
LINE FLITE-LINE fender and truss rods, ball ballbearing
bearing ballbearing front wheel and padded
vinyl saddle. Qjldes smoothly on
semi-pneumatic tires. In block fin finish
ish finish with white, red and chrome
trim. 3 lises fer children, 3 to 6.
Bingo-Matic
An old favorite in modern dress.
The plastic dispenser mixes, selects
and ejects numben automatically
and impartially. Fun for kiddle
gatherings and for parents. Com Complete
plete Complete with numbers, plastic mark mark-en,
en, mark-en, bankers charts, and 60 Bingo.
Military Jeep
He's in the army now. Exact copy
of the world-famous military jeep.
Your boy will feel he't a general in
a day. It hat changeable spare
tires, termus for the general and
movable windthield. The toy every
little boy dreams of. It is 4 feet
rang.

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MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL ZONE
WILL CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY
ISfe celebrate Its 600th meeting or 50th year of existence, the Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will swerve from its members-only tradition, and invite the distaff
side to the anniversary cocktail buffet, which will be held at Fort Amador Officers' Open
"ort'b'ushiess'meetinic will precede the festivities of the evening. Background music
'will be provided by the Dixielanders of Albronk Air Force Base.

FNneh Ambassador
Gives Luncheon
Per Mexican Ambassador
!The French Ambassador Lionel
Vass entertained in honor of the
Ambassador to Mexico in Panama,
BMael Fuentes with a luncheon
at the French Embassy yesterday.

Flower Show At YMCA
Attracts Large Crowd
Prom orchids to violets, from
fruits to nuts, and from driftwood
to mahogany, the Balboa YMCA
annual flower show attracted over
twenty-five hundred people 1 a t
night.
The show was officially opened
hi Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia,
accompanied by the President as
He cut the ribbon at 8 p.m. Hun Hun-died
died Hun-died mingled up and down the
tablet of exotic arrangements,
"Ohing and Ahing" at the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful treatments.
1
trht flower show, always given
aflT the tad of the flower arrange arrangement
ment arrangement course conducted by Mrs.
Pat Morgan, has three groups of
trial. Class one, cut flowers
wis won by Mrs. Charlotte Ni Nictate
ctate Nictate with an outstanding array of
pipk ginger. Class two, fruits and
vegetables, was won by Mrs. Mar Marti
ti Marti L de Chanis, with a cresent of
colorful items on a polished ba bate.
te. bate. Claw three, dried and exotic,
was won by Mrs. J W. Lane with
a miniature tree of pods of blend blended
ed blended achiote.
Mrs. Louise Morris, in charge of
the flower show had the beautiful
arrangements colorfully placed a a-long
long a-long burlap-covered tables.
Winners of the special Christ Christmas
mas Christmas decorations were: first Mrs.
Kenneth Turner; second, Mrs. It.
za Lewis and third Mrs. Felisa
Gonzalez.
Second place in cut flowers was

won Dy Mil. r ensa uunzaies wjwi
Mrs. Joseph G. de Sastre in third
place. Second prize in fruits and
vegetables was won by Mrs. I I-rene
rene I-rene Newport, third, Mrs. Una A A-ris
ris A-ris and honorable mention to Li Li-)ia
)ia Li-)ia Chu. Dried and Exotic second
prize went to Leonore Basham:
third Mrs. Irene Newport and hon honorable
orable honorable mention to Mrs. Agatha
Green,

Rabbi Witkia
Entertains
For Congressman
Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Witkin
of Balboa, entertained at their
home Saturday evening, Dec. 8, in
honor of the Honorable Congress Congressman
man Congressman Emmanuel (Viler and Mrs.
Celler of New York; Mrs. Frisch,
I sister of Mrs.' Celler: and Mrs.

Cyril Brickfield, a member of Con

gressman Celler s staff.

IAWC Christmas

Bronch Tomorrow

The Inter-American Women's

Club will hold their Christmas

Brunch tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the

Panama Golf Club.

Members are asked to label

their gifts for charity according to

the contents. Toys should be mark

ed either "boy" or "girl." anH

food packages should be labelled

food."

A Hnfltvl mnftiind of (I n aai

precede the meeting.

Aneon-Balboa
Bridge Tournament

Winners nf last niohtc UriA iff.

tournament at the Hntjl Tiwnii .r.

as follows: First Mr inrf Mr,

noma; second,' (4- couples tied)
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hodgson, Mrs. V
Pollack and Mrs. A." Davis, Mr.
E. Kohn and Mr. C. Zelenka and
!Mr E. Wolf and Mr. A. Zoeldhel-

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

will

! "BREAD" BASKET This;

twheat -filled bread basket, atUN
lly made of dotigh and, baked
, n f O than WBf Amnn

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I pies of -'chef sculpture" on ex-
hibition at the Hotel Show in
New York's' Coliseum, r

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SHE'S COT COTTON-PICKIN' HANDS Nine-year-old
Sherry Willard, of Independence, Mo., displays the blossoming
cotton plants she raised herself in a flowerbed. Th three-foot
plant yielded 16 bolls.

Cutdown of Radiation Dosage Seen
For Workers Who Handle A Things

tie notice for inclusion in mil
column should b. .ubm.tud ,n
type-written term and mailed to on
oi the box numbers listed daily m
Social ana) Otherwise," or delivar delivar-d
d delivar-d by hand to the office. Notices of
"tings cnnor be accepted by
telephone.

Newcomers Will

Meet Thursdav

On Thursday at one o'clock

ic ncwcouinrs win meet in the
home Of Mrs A n rrnil

v v vn a.y

VUs. 42-A, Port Gulick, Canal

uiie wiin Mrs. h. J. Young as-1
sisting as hostess, a special pro- j
fli'ain has heen nlannori n.lfh

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speakers from foreign countries

vciiuiK aooui, tneir jnnstmas
customs. Members are reminded
to brinp; their dollar gift.

Beauty Expert
From Hollywood

A meetlnc of the rhinese

Community center will be held
at the Cathedral Parish Hall to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

Miss Rosita Dorca, a beauty
expert from Hollywood will give
advice, she will talk on the
beauty secrets of stars of films

land television.

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Radiation Bible

SPICED CRANBERRY CATSUP
GOES WITH HOLIDAY TURKEY

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Marfcets Editor
Everyone enjoys a touch of nos nostalgia,
talgia, nostalgia, during the Christmas sea season.
son. season. So let's dig up two nostalgic
back country New England reci recipes
pes recipes from the days following the

Revolution, lake our wora ior u
this spiced cranberry catsup goes
wonderfully wiili turkey. And the

version of Indian puaamg given
is far more delicate than any you
have eaten almost as light as a
toatflo.
Spiced Cranberry Catsup
Three-quarter pound fresh cran cranberries,
berries, cranberries, 1-3 cup cider vinegar, V4
piln wafer V' pun liffht brown

sugar, K teaspoon ground cloves,

V teaspoon ground ginger, v tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon paprika, Vi teaspoon
ground cinnamon, 1-16 teaspoon
salt, 1 tablespoon butter or mar margarine.
garine. margarine. Wash cranberries and cook with
vinegar and water in a covered
saucepan S minutes or until soft
and tender. Strain through a
sieve. Add brown sugar, spices,
and salt. Simmer until the mix mixture
ture mixture begins to thicken, about 3
minutes. Stir in butter or mar margarine.
garine. margarine. Pour into a jar and store
at room temperature. Or, if des des-sired,
sired, des-sired, double recipe, pour into Vi Vi-pint
pint Vi-pint sterilized jars and seal for
use when cranberries are scarce.
Serve with pork, turkey, duck,
chicken, veal 'or ham. Yield: VA
cups.

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Baked Spiced Indian Pudding

WASHINGTN, Dec. 11 (UP)
Thn napmicaihlp rHiatintl riflSP fof

workers in the atomic energy in-1 The new rules were formulated

usiry oe..8 tut ,,- -V"-rrp. tkJv One-quarter cup corn meal. 2

to protect ineir aesccuuauwi, wuira Y". "6" ; cudis hot milk U run snffar Vi
rj:..i j :Tho di-o homo wr ttpn mtLUPs 0l milK, V4 CUp SUgar,

WTShe new maxlLm was re-! ndoook 59'' t hV Vadi.tio J oteon
vealed in a paper prepared fw bible used by the Atomic Energy 1 teaS ndm
delivery later this week before the' Commission and the nuc ear ;lWft wKT'c
American Nuclear Society. It was dustry for designing plants and P mJ 1 molasses, 1 cup
u.. n. 1 ,.; c Tav Hotorm n nif nr.prat.in5 ennri t nns lolu mlul. wmppea cream, grouna

w.mcu ujr .u.... o r o nutmeg for garnish
lor of the National Bureau tt

Standards, chairman of the soci-' The basic aim of the rules is

etv's Committee on Radiation to see that a person gels the least; th . VLu ,. u.t Washington. D.O.. were develop

Protection. I exposure in the years when he is h t mjnilt.-c .,. ed at a iuncheon recently at the

TEARS OF JOY Weeping with relief and happiness, a
Hungarian refugee woman is comforted by a British charity
worker on arrival at Blackbusbe, England, from Austria. She
was one of a group of 03 Hungarian refugees who escaped
the Russian terror in her homeland.

Plans To Form FGAA Chapter
On CZ Discussed At Luncheon

Plans to establish a Canal Zone

chapter of the Kuerai Govern-

Gradually stir corn meal iat Aqcountants Association,

Under the new plan, atomic most procreative and still give the
workers would be exposed to no infant industry enough leeway to
more than an average of five continue normal growth,
roentgens of radiation a, year. The A person may start work in the
overall maximum would be 263 industry at the age of 18, Taylor's

roentgens-if they started in thd, committee worked out a formula weJj Pour jnto

thick, stirring constantly. Bemove "t House attended by
from heat Blend sucar baking representatives of several local
im rn. ?"!ar.':.-?l"! government accounting groups.

ZT 'Jr. 'JE M. ". "Tf..." Philip L. Steers Jr.. comptrol-

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industry as a youth and worked
until age 70. This is about one
third the present limit.
Present Limits Safe

for fixing the permissible cumu

lative exposure at any given age,
hanging up to a total of 260 soent soent-gens
gens soent-gens by age 70.

role. Bake in a preheated slow

oven (275 degrees F.) 2 hours.
Serve warm with whipped cream.
Garnish with a dash of ground
nutmeg. Yield: 6 to 8 servings.

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Changed For

Quartermaster Assoc.

The Panama Chapter of the

Quartermaster Assoclat ion
meeting scheduled for Dec. 15
has been postponed until Jan. 4,

1957.

Annual election of officers will

be held at that date. All events
scheduled for December will
take place at the January meet

ing.

Although the cumulative maxi-

Taylor said present limits are mum increases with age, the ruu SUNDAY'S DINNER: Baked
safe as far as the individual isjsays no one should be exposed to resn ham oniwJ gravy spiced
concerned, But he said it was de-. more than 15 roentgens in any one; eranberry catsup stuffed baked
cided to be extra cautious to! year. And his average exposure: potatoes, broccoli with buttered

guard against possible genetic tor tne penoa oi ms employment crumbs rye rolls .butter or mar

200 professional accountants is
the Kovermeni seivce iocauy,
most oi whom win prooabiy wish
to unite with the local chapter.
Prospective charter member
attending the luncheon tyeia
Ambrose and Saul from the Fi Finance
nance Finance and Accounting Office.

ler of the Panama Canal Co.. Army, and Roscoe Cleveland and
ra... .ln.foH nrnuiclnnat nvpei- tAthprf W Mflnfinelii f rnm rnmru.

a 'i iKl(ientl and Richard R. Saul, chief, i troiier. usakcakIB.

comtrmna accounting aivision,

USARCAR1B, was elected nrovi nrovi-slonal
slonal nrovi-slonal secretary treasurer to
serve during the organizational
period pending receipt of the
charter.

damage that might be passed ou
ers about five roentgens to the
Datient's law. But Taylor said

Medical exposures, affecting only

small parts of the body, would not
have the effect of "whole body"
exposure.
. Taylor discussed only maximum
levels for persons who work with

radiation and not H-bomb fallout

or maximum permissible radia radiation
tion radiation exposures for the general

population. There are fewer than
500,000 persons in the United
States now dealing with radiation

should

nn tit

Th prent maximom M three-
tenths Of a roentgen per week.
Thiti could permit as much as 600
in 40 years of work. The Hew rule
would cut that to 200 in the same

period. Y',
Represented in Taylor's com

mittee, besides the Bureau of
Standards, were such organiza

tions as the Radiological Society

of North America, the American would you like

Medical Association, the Hum:; grandmother?

Health service, tne Armea aervt
ces, and various labor and indus
trial groups.

not exceed five roentgnsi garinei ki nuj and celer ga.

ad, baked Indian puddmg with;
whipped cream, coffee, tea, milk.

A. J. O'Leary proposed a steer steering
ing steering committee, under the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of the provisional pres president,
ident, president, for purposes of drafting

From the Panama Canal Co.
were Blandln, John E. Fisher, A.
M. Jenkins, Dalle D. Keigley, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur J. O'Leary, Stephen N.
Powelson, Ralph K. Skinner,
Philip L. Steers Jr., and Wiliajra
A. Wichmann.

the local chapter's by-laws and:Qough Sr.. J

From the Army Audit Agency
were- Myron Frank. John R.

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DO IT WITH TAPE

tS.ol gift packages neat ly j Wrap ends of candles to fit
with "Scotch Celluloae holders. New tape unrolls
Tape. I easier, sticks tighter.

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Decorate your home with
greeting cards from
friends. Tape around
mirror, mantle or arch.

Repair broken toys. You
need tape after Christ;
mas, too. v

ADOPTING A GRANDMOTHER
IS A REWARDING PROJECT

to "adopt"

read

Heat

teFISemer. The

aanonted:

C. R. Heard, representing Air
Force Auditor General; James C.
Twomey, representing Army Au Audit
dit Audit Agency: W. J.. Ambrose, rep representing
resenting representing Comptroller, US ARC A A-RIB:
RIB: A-RIB: and F. W. Blandin. repre representing
senting representing Panama Canal Co. Saul,
provisional secretary treasurer,
!s also a member of the steering

committee.
I At the beorinnin? of the limch-

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done I'l nrnfccinnl occn-intinn nf

ul,tiri, accountants on the Isthmus. He

W. Hearne. Val D.

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account of how it was.
one communit: in a

"Adding Years to Life," which );nninted out the stated purpose

Lynch. -Walter

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to Rico was John

Army Audit Agency the;

From the office of USAFT'Ati USAFT'Ati-dtior
dtior USAFT'Ati-dtior General were Qeorgfls W.
Brady. C. ft. Heard, and James
E. Potts. A
Accountants interested in this
association are invited, to con contact
tact contact Richard RS-ntl.'rjost office

aox jm, Balboa, .from whom-applications
for membership may
be obtained.

Int'nt Off th beif .

Scotch
CELLULOSE TAPE

put out by the Institute of Geron

tology at the State University of
Iowa.
In a report of the Golden Age
Club in Ames, Iowa, one project
listed was an "Adopt a Grand Grand-that
that Grand-that it need not be organized at
listed was an "Adopt a Grand Grandparent"
parent" Grandparent" program.
The Ames Club worked it
through the town's Girl Scouts
and Campfire Girls. The .young
members are urged to get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with, visit, and help
brighten the days of some older
woman of the community who

had no family of her own or
none close by.
Why wouldn't the idea work
tven better if the middle-aged
women of a community with
homes of their own and their busy
years behind them decided to
"adopt" a grandmother as a
means of personal service?
The effectiveness of the idea is
that it need not be organized at

all. Each individual woman could
find her own lonely, older woman
and bring a little happiness into
her life.
Start on a Grandmother Hunt
Where could you find a grand grandmother
mother grandmother to adopt?
Perhaps an elderly woman liv

ing alone in your own neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood would be the one. Maybe it
would be an old person in a nurs nursing
ing nursing home. Perhaps it would be
the mother of a friend, left alone
because both the husband and
wife with whom she lives work

every day.

Every community has its share

of older women who have been
pushed aside by life. They are
lonely and their lives could be

considerably brightened by the

attention of a younger, more ac active
tive active person.

Think what even a daily tele

phone call would mean to some
women. An occasional invitation

to dinner, to the movies, or for

a drive in the country would

mean even more.

of the Fedwal Government Ac-
eonntprits As.eocl8tion '8 0
un'te the ornfplonal account accountants
ants accountants in the federal aervle for
cnmtruet.ive endeavors. (W to
nenwe pnrl provide s moafi
for the fe Interchips idea.
arronr the accountant' in the
federal ,"rv"e. fc to aw In the
tmnrfvement and aud'tmT Jn
the W.raj wiee. and fd to
cntribufr to th. lmprnve"T:nt
of education tn the fleM nf c c-ountiprv.
ountiprv. c-ountiprv. Trtth .moh?o, on
the apnl'catlon of aceountinr
pnd auditing to the activities of
thp federal government.
The luncheon brought togeth

er rfpresentatives from various
local a'enHes. anri it 1i expect

ed tbit those attending will

spread the word to the almost

In Old Kaintuck

Answer to Previous Puzzle

Representatives: CIA. A I LAS, h. A.
"Scotch" brand colored tapes in 72 yard rolls are
printed in Panama with user's name and specifica specifications
tions specifications by Cia. Atlas, S. A.
Telephone 2-3458, P. 0. Box 1057

We women who are active have

so much to share, mere snouia

be something left over for those

without families or whose families
are far away or disinterested.

We Women could do a lot in

dividually for the lonely older

women of our communities if we
na tutUinry "aHnrtt fi draflff-

mother. And such an expenerce i Pronoun
would undoubtedly be an invigor- 2 Killip
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42 Versifiers
44 Diadem
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53 Feminine
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58 Wicked
57 Deer track
58 Knock.
55 Bristle
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social events

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25 Fruit

26 Poker stake
27 Italian house
29 Roman road
30 Biblical weed
31 Exclamation
of sorrow
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Social and Otli

erwtAe

(Ion It mud

Colin Cammunirv

Will Preset
"Messiah" Toniflht
The Canal Zone celebration of
the Chnstma season in music will
get under way tonight at 8 p.m.
with the college community pre pre-senlation
senlation pre-senlation of Handel's "Messiah"
in the pafio of the Balboa Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary School. Admission if free.
The "patio" has been the scene
of many of the more outstanding
musical and dramatic productions
for the past two decades in the
Canal Zone. In addition to the at attractiveness
tractiveness attractiveness of the natural setting,
the acoustics of the building, pat patterned
terned patterned after the fundamental idea
of the old Italian opera houses,
are unsurpassed.
The general nuhlie is invited to

attend ''The Messiah." While the

lAt YMCA

Friday
Once again, plans have been
made tn offer the Canal Znno and

Panama families the opportunity

to participate m a Community
Christmas Carol Sing.
The Balboa Armed Service YM-

CA-USO and staff members of ra

dio station HOXO, are cooperating
in nlannina what could well h nnp

I of the outstanding events of the

iansimas season, ine major part
of the program will be the singing
of traditional Christmas Carols by
those who attend. In addition, spe special
cial special vocal and instrumental groups

win De nearo.
This year's 'Community Carol
Sine will take nlare in the Raihna

YMCA auditorium on Frirlav eve

ning Dec. 14, beginning at 7:30

sacred oratorio fc TWat"8 1 ?mm 7:?

SS.'SSUS te.S. Christmas

vBjrois. we nope you u be there.

dtilts that the Christmas jungles

uu lur cnuuren, an persons are
capable of appreciating "The Mes Messiah"
siah" Messiah" and most persons have done
so for the past hundred years.
Nefl, V. Branstetter, supervisor
of music for the Canal Zone
School and instructor in vocal
music in the Canal Zone Junior
College, wttl conduct. S-Sgt. Wil William
liam William Johnston at the organ wilt be
accompanist for both the chorus
and the soloists of "The Messiah."

Curundu Woman's i
Club Luncheon

Tomorrow

The Curundu Women's rinh ,.,m

hold their Christmas Luncheon to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Fort
Clayton Officers' Club. Gifts wiU
be exchanged between the mem members.
bers. members. Anv m e m h e r into, tj

'please call Mrs Rnher r.cnn f 700C

- viwwu Ob I .00
'Curundu.

US Fanners Vote Today On Kind

Of '57 Govt Control They Want

WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 (UP)
Some three million farmers in
34 states vote today to determine
the kind of Rovernment controls
they want on 1957 crops of corn,
cotton, rice and peanuts,
In the7 corn referendum, farm farmers
ers farmers in 24 states were asked to
decide between the national base
acreage program provided In the
soil bank law or the traditional
acreage allotment program,
At least two-thirds of the
farmers voting must favor the
base acreage program for it to
go into effect. If more than one one-third
third one-third favor acreage allotments,
that program will be used.
Farmers m the 21-state cotton
belt, the 13-state rice area and
the 16 states producing peanuts
commercially were asked to ac accent
cent accent marketing auotas. Two Two-thirds
thirds Two-thirds of those votine must ac accept
cept accept quotas if they are to be
continued.

Cotton growers in 21 states
were asked to approve a nation national
al national marketing quota of 11,014,493
bales on 17.585,463 acres. Extra Extra-long
long Extra-long staple cotton farmers in six
states were asked to approve a
marketing auota nf 7ft ka haiec

on 89,357 acres.

Under the corn base acreage
program, farmers would plant 51
million acres. If thev nut 15 nr

cent of their soil bank base acre

age- in the soil bank, and comply
with other requirements, they
would be eligible for price sup supports
ports supports of $1.31 a bushel, or 74 per
cent, of parity.

Under the traditional acreage
allotment program, farmers
would be allowed to plant 37, 37,-288,889
288,889 37,-288,889 acres to corn. If they
comply with requirements, they
would be eligible for price sup supports
ports supports of $1.36 a bushel, or 77 per
cent of parity.

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WAR

ECHOES IN ENGLAND Perhaps a hint of more
; things to come is seen in this photo of a London garage-

man explaining to a would-be gasoline buyer that he has only
enough gas to take care of his regular customers. With supply
of Mid-East oil already cut 10 per cent, and the Suez Canal
blocked, forcing tankers onto the long route around Africa, the
British government has already taken steps to curtail the con consumption
sumption consumption of oil and gas.

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Unknown U.S. Father Sought in Japan;
Named Jimmy V.(?). Born May 7, 1925

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vsa. -t f
Tnn TgnonAco factor nnrrnts 01 a

1 lie u Rnuvub r
tiny Swedish-American g$i r 1 ap

pealed today to a man nmcu
Jimmy somewhere in the United
States to acknowledge his moth motherless
erless motherless daughter so she will not
have to be sent to Sweden.
The girl's father is Jiving," said
Mrs. Masakatsu Yamaguchi, who
took 7-year-old Marianne Wilson
as her own after the unmarried
Swedish mother died of tubercolo tubercolo-sis
sis tubercolo-sis a year after the child was
born.
A Japanese court ruled last
week that Marianne must, be taken
away from the Yamaguchis and
given to a Swedish family. In the
absence of the father, who desert deserted
ed deserted her, Marianne is considered a
Swedish citizen and eventually will
be sent to Sweden to live.
"Please ask the father to come
fnrth Mrs. Yamaguchi told Unit

ed Press. "We are waiting tor
him"
These are the only facts the
Yamaguchis know about the fa father:
ther: father: His first name is Jimmy. His
last name begins with a V.

His birthday is May v, nw.
u mn a civilian engineer em

ployed by the U.S. Army at the
Yokohama port, but left in 1948,
before the child was horn.
For a while, when the mother
ui at.it! alive. Jimmv sent SUP-

tcit checks drawn upon a New

York bank.
Mrs.' Yamaguchi also has sev several
eral several well-worn snapshot? which
Jimmy sent the mother while she
was still alive.

The envelopes which brought the
snapshots were destroyed and
Mrs. Yamaguchi never saw the

postmarks.

The Yamaguchis emphasized
that if Jimmy would acknowledge
Marianne, they would-not expect
him to take responsibility for her.
"We only hope," the foster moth mother
er mother said, "that he would give u?
permission to keep her. We want
no money or support from him."

Scout News

Explorer Rendezvous
Starts Saturday Mormina
The 1956 Explorer Scouts Ren-

dervous will be held Saturday, at

Empire range, SFC. Richard N,

West, chan-man for tms year s e-

vent, announced this week.

Between 50 and 75 boys from
posts all over the Canal Zone are

expected to take part in the out

ing. The theme will be "Health

and Sanitation."

Scouts are requested to be at the

Range by 8 a.m. Saturday.

A full day of activities has been
planned, The scouts will be broken
into two groups: the sea explorers

and the land explorers.

The sea explorers will be trans

ported to the Dredging Division in

Gamboa for their activities which
will consist of tests of their navi navigating
gating navigating skill, ship handling, and
general up keep of their craft. The

Navy will inspect the sanitation of
the ships and the explorers' sea

manship.

ine land explorers win prepare

a camp site and their noon meal.
Their activities also include the
construction of signal towers, a
compass course and a marksman marksmanship
ship marksmanship test with the M-l rifle. A

swimming contest between units

from the different posts will be
highlight of the afternoon.

Points will be awarded to both
sea and land units for the various
activities. The unit receiving the

most points will be awarded a tro

phy.

For the evening meal the lanH

and sea exDlorers will be t. h p

guests of the 534th Military Police

co., oi ron uiayton. following
supper the scouts will return to

empire Jtiange.
Cant. Jack Russell will ho

master of ceremonies at thn I'nnnr

il fire beginning at 7 p.m.

council fire activities include a
judo demonstration by members

oi ine jwsin Military Police Co., of
Fort Gulick; skits by the explor explorers:
ers: explorers: and a demonstration hv tho

USARCARIB Chemical Section.

The Signal office will provide mo movies.
vies. movies.
Following these activities rvi

J. R. Walton. USARCARIB nm!

vost marshal, will nresent the t.m.

nhv to the unit receiving the mnt

points for the various activities of

The Public is invited tn watch

the day's activities and to attend
the council fire Saturday evening
at 7 p.m.

Scouts not having transportation
may arrange for a ride by con contacting
tacting contacting Sgt. West at Fort Kobbe
4164 or 2110 during duty hours.
Senator Rests OK,
May Attend Senate
WASHINGTON Deo M nm

Sen. Matthew M. Neely (D-W.Va.)

continues in "sat ic sninm" w.j

" '.- .. v w i j WIIU1
tion at- Bethesda Naval Hospital

wuero ne is unaer treatment for
a fractured hip, hospital officials
said today.
The 82-year-ohf senator under underwent
went underwent an operation Nov. 30 to cor correct
rect correct the fracture. It Was HlQclno4i4

by x-rays after .he sought treat

ment ior a sciatic nerve condition.
Capt. E. C. Kennedy, hospitai
commandant, said last week tut

. .. wv vuav
Neely should be able to attend the
opening session of the new con

gress Jan. 3 if there are no com complications
plications complications in his convalescence.
Adventist Choirs
To Sing Handel's
'Messiah' Tonight
The Pacific and atianfu

Seventh Dav Adventisi rhnirQ

will present the Handel's "Mes-

sian, tonignt at 8 in the Rio
Abajo Theater.
This group of singers consist consisting
ing consisting of 110 voices under the di direction
rection direction of Edwin cobham and
Gabriel Molyneaux, has had ex extensive
tensive extensive rehearsal of the oratorio
which took Handel 24 days to

compose.

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ALL DOLLED UP Bringing joy to Hungarian refugee chil children
dren children who escaped the Russian tirror, Nancy Scmeber, 16, of
Bucyrus, Ohio, passes out dolls at Iraiskirchen refugee camp.
In the Austrian border town of Klingenbach. The dolls were
made by Nancy and other American girls in the annual Save
the Children Federation Christmas doll contest As grand
prize winner, Nancy won a 16-day European tour.

Sgt.'s Sentence
Upheld By Court
WASHINGTN, Dec. 10 (UP)

The U.S. Court of Military Ap

peals has upheld the conviction of

Sgt. Maurice L. Shlck, 33, for the
murder of a colonel's 8-year-old

daughter in Japan.
Sick, of Canonsburg, Pa., has
been sentenced to death for the

crime.

He was convicted by a lower
military court in the death of

Susan Rothschild, who died by
asphyxiation caused by strangula

tion or possibly drowning.
The appeals court upheld the

conviction on Friday.

Casals Will Live
In Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN, P.R., Dec. 11 (UP)
Cellist Pablo Casals said today
he is going to reside permanently
in Puerto Rico.
The musician, who will be 80 on
Dec. 26, said he is beginning to
find Prades, France, in the Pyr

enees, a bit too chilly.

He has lived in Prades for thel
past 17 years, a political exile
from his native Spain since the
advent of Generalissimo Francis

co Franco to power.

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BLYWOOD (NEA) No No-BKtabe,:
BKtabe,: No-BKtabe,: MAV WiNN. re
H the Marilyn Monroe
MM tor tue ursi ume w.ion
stock girls together at
.eniury-. ox sua:o:
ne introduced us in the
dcoarmierit. Marilyn
lad her back to me. She answered
Hfuction by turning siowiy.
as fantastic. Each part of her
moved oy useu." i
'BERT YOUNG. looking
lackward: "Before 1 went into TV
I would only do two movies a
year, and thought I was abused if
L did a tnini. Looking uac, I
laugh that was a license to
lea) ."
KENKAN WYNN: "I'm sick of
young aciors complaining there's
bo summer stock for training. TV,
lias aceompiisned 10 times more
lor actors than summer stock
ever did.' I
Joan Crawford, abou this sea
ton's new hais:
"Hits- They look more like
nixing bowls, or baby pots."
- BUDDY ADLER. executive pro producer
ducer producer of 20th Century-Fox:
" "Hollywood, like tht stock
market, It unpredictably In ont
respect",' t houq.i, it rema ns u v
chanaeable: tht nd for talent is
Intxhauftlblt. Today thre is
mtrt than a mart nttd there
Is a crisis."
JOAN BLONDELL, about her
Career:
"When mv children were li"'e,
acting wasn't my whole life.
Working was simpiy a means to
an end for me. I had to have
-money; I made it by acting and
then rushed home to my kids.
.Now' the children 'arc crown. For
Hfoe first time in my life I'm se serious
rious serious about my acinig."
kltC GU1NNES, tht British
3ktar: "England and America are
two countries stparattd by tht
. stmt language.

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graved engraved reproductions of Watteau's "Gilles," left, and Le Main's
"Young Peasant."lThe 15-franc stamp carries a surcharge of
five francs, the 12-franc a surcharge of three francs. The extra
money goes to the Red Cross, whose symbol appears on the

tamps.
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LES HARRIS, a vice-president
of tuS-iv: it aciors would just
be actors and not try so hard to
be personalities, eveiyque in TV
would be better off. There are too
many personalities and not eoougn
actors in television."
Beb Ihiic mm, aKed about his

views on the Stanislavsky schoo'
of acii' -.: 'Verfeonatf y.I use tue
Smirnoff method myself."
DICK POWELL, after a trip to
Europe: "I bf'cye -ie aveiae
American tourist doesn't win
popu er, v con." is in Kurroe be because
cause because of his deplorable deport deportment,
ment, deportment, ivldst Ame-icans abroad
dress flashy; they are too loud In
nub 'c p ace;, and freiuently
tourists at fine restaurants and
cafes and hotels pre just plain
ride." 3
SOPHIA LOREN, stirring up a
hon-e.'s neji :
"I think Marilyn Monrot is a
bttttr actress than Gins Lollo-'
brlgida."
Relp'.i Edwards, on whether
he'll ever put himself into the
"This Is Yoilr Life" spotlight: i
"If it were the last show ever
presented on Life' I would be
proud to have my story told. But
if I do it during the course of the1
program, I've broken through the'
glass befwfin me pnd my audi-1
ence, and I'm one, of them."
VALERIE FRENCH, Colum Columbia's
bia's Columbia's British import. exnW!n'n
why she came to Hollywood for
mnvie-maUng:
"Most of the heroines in English
films look as if they've n" er '-d
a romantic experience. In Eng England
land England you eitheV have to play a
strumpet or the over-sweet
darling of a wife. In Hollywood,
you can play both kinds of reles.'
JERRY LEWIS, admitting he
throws his golf clubs .into the Mr
when he makes a bad shot: My
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PRESENTS
Today, Tuesday, Dec. 11
P.M.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (r
quests taken by pnone
ial 3:00)
-30 News

I; 35 What's Your Favoritg arrival as an occasion for demo demo-(
( demo-( cont'd) ionstrations protesting a plan to
8:00 Alien Jackson (News) three Kachin villages to
; 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT! Chat.
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) I J

:3a Oil Staa-e America1
(WRUL)
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From U S.
8: 00-World Of Jazz
l:30-Life With The Lyons
9:00 You Asked For It (re-'
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10:46 Temple Ot Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:0O-rSign Off
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 12
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6:00-S gn On Alarm Clock cauge b(.eause it wouW be bime
Club (requests-taken by;fici, not onJy to peopleg of
n Pi10? "Ui0' a lour countries but also to world
7:30 Morning Salori Concert Iceace"

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8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
i30.Parls Star Tlme
10:00 News
10:15 Spins and Needles (re-
till ;80)
11 '00 News I
11 :05 8nln and Needles1
(dont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
PJH.
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:15-MELACHRINO MUSI-
CALE (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 French in The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:f5Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For You
1:00 Hank Snow And Hli
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
1:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review
:30-What's Your FavorltW
i requests tax en by
phone till 3:00)
:30-News
1:36 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson (Newa)
Program
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
RIVTJEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 HawAlt Calls (WRUL)
7:00-Halla Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report Froa U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For it (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 7:30) 1
10:30 Cavaleade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
13:0-Sign off.
Lot o' Baloney
BUENS AIRES, Dec. 11 (UP)
What was claimed to be me
world's largest sausage as ready
for Christmas here today.
It measures 10 feet iong and
three feet in circumference and
weighs 444 pounds.
Showing At Your Servics
BALBOA 6:15 7:55
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Baker Street"

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Air-condrtloned "AUTUMN LEAVES"
7:06 Wed.-Thurs. "D-Day, The Sixth ef Jane"

PARAISO 6:15 t:05 SANTA CRUZ CMS 1:55
"GABY" "HEADLINE HUNTERS"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 1:46 "HELL'S HORIZON"

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Al Burmese Arrival

RANGUN, Burma, Dee. 11
(UP) Communist China's Pre
mier Chou En-la i arrived today eft
in official visit which he hopes
I will produce progress toward a
st vtlement of problems created by
the Communist invasion of
Burma.
Chou arrived from Calcutta to
begin his second stopover in this
country during his current Asiatic
tour Premier Ba Swe and other
Burmese officials went to the air.
; port to see his jet escorted
special plane.
Although the premier was
received cordially by most Bur
must, nacnin irioesmen ana anu-
I Communist Nationalists used the
riacaros prominenuy posiea on
walls or displayed by Kachin
students bore such slogans as
Don't give up Hipmaw, Rang Ranging
ing Ranging and Gawlum!" or "Have
pity on Burma!"
In an airport speech, Chou
predicted that the long-standing
fcorder aisPute whlch led to the
stationing of Communist troops in
co-existence."
"F& ow v cu vis n ueawa ui yvni.iui
"We have been seeking. .
settlement of certain issues be between
tween between our two countries, which
were left behind due to historical
reasons. ."' he said.
"I sincerely hope our visit this
time will nmt'A hlnfnl t that
One Han in Finals
Oi Cook's Contest
NEW YORK, Dec. Dec. 11 (UP)
Ninety-nine women and one man
today competed for the title of the
nation's top cook in the eighth an
nual grand national recipe and
baking contest sponsored by Pills-
Dury Mills.
The 100 finalists in the "bake-
off" ballroom included a 67-year-
old professor who teaches graphic-
arts H Ohio University.
Prof. C. R. Kinison entered a
malt-flavored cookie, in his efforts
to win the grand prize of $25,000
and a flying trip to Eurooe. He
said he took up cooking because
hi.s wife s illness prevented her
from preparing the family's
meals.
Today, the cooks baked anH
baked and baked, until at the end
of the day they were satisfied with
tne results of their artistry.
Judges, most of them food au-
wes irojn newspapers or
il Lii-
magazines, then tasted, tested,
and chose winners.
Resultr-will be announced tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. IDRIVE-IN
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Richard Egan
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Wed. "Ridwinr Wild"
GAMBOA 7:00
"I DIED A 1000 TIMES"
Wed. "Constant Husband"
GATUN7:0
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Thnrs. "Swamp Women"
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By PHOEBE T. HARRIS,
Home Economist, Arkansas Agricultural Mission.
In considering the role of the home agent, or any employe of the Panama Agricultural Extension Service
(Servicio de Divulgation Agricola) it is necessary that we review the goal of the extension service.
The fundamental objective is the development of people and our more tanrible zoal is to better the

standard and level of living of farm families through education. In other words, we help people to help them themselves
selves themselves in obtaining a better life.

Now let us think -what is neces- members of the family are heal heal-sary
sary heal-sary for families to better their thy and happy thev need all the
way of live? The essentials of life foods the body needs to grow and
are often listed as food, clothing, to remain in good physical condi- i
shelter. Surely health and recrea- tion. We recogniie the importance j
tion should also be included. If of the role the Agricultural Agents 1
families can better these essential play in teaching and increasing;
needs they will better their way of the production of food,
life. How can the personnel of the; But If tht family doesn't pro-

Panama Extension Service an-
swer these needs or help families
so they can help themselves to sat
isfy tnese
person in
needs? Whatever each
the Extension Service
does to satisfy these needs and
make; for a better living for fami families
lies families in Panama is his or her role
or reason for beinj a part of the
Service.
First let's consider food. The fam
ily needs food to stav alive. If the'
Colombian Officers
At Carib School
For 40-Hour Course
Twenty three Colombian Army
officers arrived at the U.S. Army
Caribbean. School at Fort Gullck
Sunday to begin a special 40 40-hour
hour 40-hour course in the methods of
instructions used by the United
States Army. The course was es especially
pecially especially requested by the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian Army as a means of
getting different ideas on the
methods of insJtructlng and
training troops.
Capt. Jack W. Splller, chief of
the Military Police Division of
the USARCARIB School, Is in
charge of the special course.
Splller said, "Our course of
Instruction, which .will include
the latest methods of lecturing
and use of visual aids, will give
the Colombian offlpers a basic
background of fundamental U.
8. Army teachtae methods."

The officers attending thejucts the home agent is also help-

course are from all branches of
the Colombian Army.
The class was officially wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the USARCARIB
School by a' formal reception
which was held at the Fort Gu Gu-Uck
Uck Gu-Uck Officers Cluh on Monday
night.
'Sergeants' General
Beaten by Teen-Age
Goons in Apartment
. CHICAG, Dec. It (UP Mai
colm Lee Beggs, 45, a New York
actor playing in the touring com company
pany company of "No Time for Sergeants,"
was beaten to death today in his
apartment by two teen-age compa
nions.
Beggs, who acts tha part of .the
general in the play, was dead
when police, summoned by neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, broke into his blood-spattered
16th floor apartment at LaSalle
Towers Hotel.
Found in the locked room with
Beggs were Robert Mitchell, 19,
St. Louis, Mo., and Haskell Ray
Kellems, 18, Evansville, Ind.
Police said the youths told them
they met Beggs last night at a
street corner in th loop and went
to his room with him. Early this
morning, the. youths went to the
lobby to get some cokes and de decided
cided decided to rob Beggs, according to
authorities.
Beggs put up a fight when they
tried to bind and gag him and the
youths began beating him in a
wild fury, apparently with whisky
and beer bottles.
Neighbors heard the scuffle and
called police, who 'found Beggs
lying on the floor dressed in shorts
and a bathrobe. The two youths
were spattertd with blood.

"COCKLESHELL HEROES" STARS
JOSE FERRER AND TREVOR HOWARD

Said to be one of the most amazing tales In all the
history of human courage, "COCKLESHELL HEROES," star starring
ring starring Jose Ferrer and Trevor Howard. According to advance
reports,, the astounding story of the ten "canoe comman commandos"
dos" commandos" who desperately travelled through 70 miles of enemy
water to blast a giant armada from their own frail craft, is
one of the most breath-taking motion pictures in many
years. See "COCKLESHELL HEROES" in ClnemaScope and
Technicolor OPENS ON DECEMBER IS AT THE CENTRAL.

Koie in kt

due the feeds that art needed
! to maintain health or doesn't e .t
the food which it produces ef
what value is the food? One im
portant work of the heme agent
is to teach families what they
should tat and te ttch them
hew to prepare the feed In va various
rious various tppttiiing ways so the
family will tat it.
When the agricultural agent who!
teaches food oroduction
ana tne
the use'
nome agent who teaches
os this food both visit and work!
with a family together the experi-
ence and "know how" of each
complements the other and makes
the help that each gives to the!

miiuiy means mucn more to tneeiter ciotnea on the same money
family. It also makes their own and may even help sav money

work easier for by working togeth
er they bdth have tranmrt..)nn
In other words- they kill two brids
with one stone.
For example a family that the a a-gents
gents a-gents visit may be slcklv. The
home agent will notice this and
that the family eats practically no
green or yellow foods. She will
suggest that if the family eats
more of these foods foods rich in
vitamin A, this family perhaps
would have better health. The a a-gents
gents a-gents can then help the family by
suggesting that they plant the yel yellow
low yellow kind of plantain and other
green and yellow vegetables and
fruitsi The agricultural agent can
show the family how to grow these
foods better and the home agent
can show the family how to pre prepare
pare prepare them in many ways so the
family will like the foods and will
eat enough to be of benefit to their
health.
In teaching the use of fan nJ.
"I i i-reaie a market or to sell
the products and thereby is contri contributing
buting contributing to the money income of the
family.
Now let's think of health. In
speaking of foods we have been al also
so also speaking of health. We know
what a balanced ration means to
animals for we can seethe results
of good or proper rations,. Isri't it
even more important for humans?
Of course it is! The home agent
in her teaching of nutrition or food
C contributes to the
me lamuy.
In teachine to wash tfhhes in
hot water end te prepare food in
MOMflPPn Tkm,. TP U..
ray, of the Atomic Energy Com Commission,
mission, Commission, has been given the
1956 peace award of the Catho Catholic
lic Catholic Association for International
Peace. He was cited as ene who
has insisted "warfare is subject
to moral law." Murray, a Dem Democrat,
ocrat, Democrat, has urged the U.S. halt
tests of hydrogen weapons and
limit their size and number hi
the weapons stockpile.

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Agricultural extension service

a sanitary manner so as te help
to control internal parasites and
tther sickness transmitted oa
dishes and in feed she alee con contributed
tributed contributed to health. We can see
the results of Interna parasites
and disttsts due te unclean
feeding in animals. Isn't it even
more important to control this
cause, of sickness in humans?
We now come to the family's
I need for clothing. To supply the:
families need for clothing, the fam-

I uy must have some money. Tnei house is to teach good poultry pro pro-The
The pro-The Agricultural Agent works withiduction practices which-means the

tne family in increasing the mon chickens are enclosed and there there-!
! there-! ey income. The family uses somr fore cannot enter the house,
of this money for clothing. The1 We can sura all this up by say say-home
home say-home agent Works with the familv ; ins that the agricultural agents

in teaching how to make ciochins.
now ro qress well and tastefully,
bow to Clean and to take par nf
clothes so they last a long time

and remain nice looking, etc. Implements the other thus causing

helping the family by teaching!
better clothing practices the home
agent can help the family be much
1 which can be spent for house im-
provements or for fertilizer on bet-
ter seeds which will increase the
income still more.
We next come to the house in
which thf family lives. The better betterment
ment betterment of the housing condition of
the family is certainly a joint en endeavor
deavor endeavor of both agricultural agent
and home acent. The home agent
can contribute to the well being of
the family by teaching the plan planning
ning planning of the house and itj furniture

ior neaitn, comfort and beauty andistudy, this new organisation will
by showing how to make furniture hold its first general meeting to to-for
for to-for health, comfort and beauty morrow evening at 8 in the
and by showing how to make fur-1 Alumnae clubroom: All members
aiture,aod other things which im- are urged to be present,
prove living. The teaching of the I immediately after the meet' meet'-actual
actual meet'-actual construction of the house is, ing, the association will start
of course, the role of the Agricul- receiving applications for loans.

Braniff Inaugurates
(PA-O Ulises Castrelldn. Asst.

nepuDiic ok ranama, was present at locumen airpurt ins'

night as personal representative for Foreign Affairs Minister.
Mr. Aquilino Boyd, on arrival of the inaugural flight of the
new "El Conquistador." The photo shows Mr. Castrellori, Rob Robert
ert Robert C. Booth, Braniff's Manager for Panama, and Walter M.
Henshel, Vice-President for Public Relations, who presents an
electrically lighted new world globe as a, souvenir of the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. During his brief stay in Panama, Mr. Henshel made in in-terestinr
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Saleslady" at RKO studios had more than a casual senti sentimental
mental sentimental aspect. The vivacious star of the new comedy drama
coming on DECEMBER 13 AT THE LUX, identifies many
of her career high-lights with the famed and busy picture picture-making
making picture-making institution. Fans will recall that Ginger's talents
paced such all-time RKO successes as "Flying Down to
Rio," "Top Hat," "The Gay Divorce," and numerous others.
It was also at RKO that the star proved her versatility by
winning the Academy Award for her dramatic portrayal
of the title role in "Kitty Foyle." Hollywood observers indi indicate
cate indicate that Miss Rogers may well have another outstanding,
screen hit In 'THE FIRST TRAVELING SALESLADY."

rural Agent and he also shows how
to make furniture, etc. for the
house.
So many. practices making for
the bettering of housing and condi conditions
tions conditions of living can he better done
with both agents working together
with a family. For example, the

home agent works with the family
to improve the sanitation ot tne
home. One of the problems is that
of chickens in the house. The easi-
est way to get chickens out of the
teach better methods of production
i ana tne nome agents teacn oetter
i methods of using the oroduction
for best living. Each agent com-
heater results from the teaching of
eacn and therefore contributing to
the improvement of living of fami-
ue? m ranama wnicn as we nave
said tne poal of the Servicio de
Divulgacion Agricola de Pana-
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New Credit Union
Gets Charter
A Credit Union sponsored by
the St. Mary's Academy Alumnae
Association has been granted Its
charter by the Panama Depart Depart-men;
men; Depart-men; of cooperatives. After.
mont.ha of nrenn ration anH
New 'El Conquistador'
Director of Protocol for tha
4a Damsms nH nihr T tilt
countries. j
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDCTENDENT DAILT NCWfFAFOL
From Nuts To Bolts
Thot's Army's Sale
IF WE DONT HAVE
We Win Get It For You
CANAL ZONE PHARMACY
(Arrocha's No. 4
4th of July Ave. OpnoMte Ancon Post Office
Tel. 2-M21.
The Property Disposal office an announces
nounces announces the sale of automotive
parts, solid rubber tires, and ma many
ny many other miscellaneous items in including
cluding including levers, gaskets, tanks,
pumps, coils, bolts, gages, springs
seals screws washers etc. on
Dec. 17 at 9:00 a.m. in Building
7o.; Corozal. the Property Disposal
office will open the sale of desks,
straight chairs, and spare p-Tts
for sewing machines, ranges, dish dishwashers,
washers, dishwashers, calculators, adding ma machines
chines machines and many other items.
1 For further information contact
the Property Disposal officer, tele telephone
phone telephone Corozal 4149.
MCOfTON MffXg
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written ter NIA Service

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MOST KftNOMICAt
SILENT VOICE OF EXPERIENCE Eleven-year-old George
Klassen, a deaf boy from Irwin, Pa., learns to drive his' own
little car by watching his grandfather, George H. Rose, operate
the one-cylinder vehicle. Rose purchased the miniature car
to teach highway awareness early to the afflicted boy. George's
six-year-old sister, Karen, happily rides behind in the trailer.

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"Did we hear you tay it was a man's world?"

Russia Making Headway Faster
Than U.S.; May Continue Thus

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11' (TJP) (TJP)-A
A (TJP)-A congressional subcommittee
was told today that Russia's econ economy
omy economy has been expanding faster
than this country's and that it
may continue to do so.
The group also was told the
Soviet Union could pass the free
world in the production race, pos possibly
sibly possibly within 10 years, if the Reds
should reduce their arms burden.
The testimony was given by a
pane! of experts to a joint House
Senate subcommittee studying
America's foreign economic poli policy.
cy. policy. The group is headed by Rep.
Richard Boiling (D-Mo).
Comparisons Misleading
While the experts were bullish
about Russia's economic capabili capabilities,
ties, capabilities, one said the Kremlin is fac facing
ing facing a popular demand for more
butter and less guns. Another cau cautioned
tioned cautioned that economic comparisons
. between nations may be mislead misleading.
ing. misleading. Among the witnesses at the
opening subcommittee hearing
vas Gregory Grossman, Russian
expert and assistant professcr of
economics at the University of
California. He estimated that Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's eross national product had
jumped 6 to 7 per cent annually
for the past 5 years a total of
ftm 30 to 42 pafjent, H
flan economy despite some slow slowdown
down slowdown due to farm difficulties.
National Product Rot
Dexter M. Keezer, vice vice-president
president vice-president of McGraw-Hill Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co. and director of its depart department
ment department of economics, said this
country's gross national product
rose about 11 per cent in the past
5 years and may go up another
per cent, in the next five.
Grossman said the limiting fsc fsc-'
' fsc-' i?r I! ,Rus8i's economy is the
Kremlin s heavy emphasis on mil military
itary military output.
"Thus, we mav. well expect that
any major disarmament on the
part of the Soviets would sub-
stantially boost the speed of in-
) ostrial development and the rate
fovh of the national pro product,
duct, product, he said.
Ite&h??1 ? mvth ot So Soviet
viet Soviet industrial output and crow
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hence." aecBQe or

Martin R. Gainsburgh, chief
economist for the National Indus Indus-trial
trial Indus-trial Conference Board, said such
comparisons may be considered
with some reservations. V
For one thing, he said, available
information about countries like
Russia is sketchy. He also ooinied
out that Russia started her eco

nomic climb from a lower point

ana mus nas turtner to go.

Countess Sentenced
For Currency Fraud
MUNICH, Germany, Dec. 11

(UP) The Countess of Wrbna Wrbna-freudenthal
freudenthal Wrbna-freudenthal was sentenced to two

years in prison and a fine of

$47,730 today for currency mani
pulations.

The, countess was administrator
of the finances of the Adalbert

line of the Bavarian royaUfamily.
A ourt found the 60-year-old

noblewoman guilty of buying Ger

man currency from blocked ac

counts in Switzerland- and illeeal.

ly bringing the money into
Germany.
The court held that the countess
not only violated the; law but also
committed a grave ; breach of
trust with iter family.

There are so many first-class
players today that nobody can
recognize them all. It's a great

mistake to underestimate your op opponent
ponent opponent in a tournament just be

cause you ve never seen mm oe

fore. An amusing illustration of

this nrincime comes to me in a

letter from a distinguished Ra
leigh, N.C., player.

"My partner .and V writes
Cbanes A. Poe, "received a top
score on the accompanying hand

in the summer national tourna tournament
ment tournament in New York last August.

Nevertheless, we were somewhat

embarrassed over the result.

"My partner opened the eight

of clubs. I took the ace and re
turned a club to declarer's king

When South next led out three

top trumps, I saw that declarer

could surely Cake a successful

finesse in spades or diamonds

unless he were given something

else to think about. 1 thereiore

pitched my nine of diamonds!

"Declarer regarded this with

much suspicion .As he continued

to run trumps. I could see him

trying to size me up out of the

corner of his eye. Finally he con

eluded, evidently, that I looked
dumb enough to be trying to sig signal
nal signal my partner that I had the king
of diamonds. He led to dummy's
ace of diamonds, and returned

the queen. When I played low, he

discarded a small spade.

"It was a pleasure to defeat the

contract, but it was also embar

rassing. It was necessary to per

suade the declarer that I was a

very bad player. The result

helped my s c 0 x e but hurt my

pride:

so

SmolM4;kTe!nen
(Jetting Rooked,
Cloims Senators
WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 (UP)
The Senate Small Business Com Committee
mittee Committee charged todav that the
government has evaded its re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility to users, of small
amounts of nickel in the plating
industry.
In a report which Chairman

John J. Sparkraap (D-Ala) said

was unanimous, the committee
said niajor manufacturers who do
their own plating apparently have
boen able to get adequate supplies
during a period of shortage.
But it said that independent
platers have had to "limp along"
with 30 per cent or less of what
they could obtain before the
Korean War.
The government preempts 40
per cent of the total supply Of
the metal, the report said, and
has a "firm responsibility" to
assure that shortages are borne
equally by all users. It added that
the office of Defense Mobilization
should take "aearessive art.inns"

to develop new sources of supply

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MARTES, DECEMBER
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)binson Can Hurl Club Into First Place Tonight

Chastened Righthander Coes WAKTED : 1 Giambra Whips Castellani;

From Doghouse' To Dugout;
Brunet Is Mound Opponent

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
A chastened Humberto Robinson, who got him him-elf
elf him-elf out of Smoker manager Andy Cohen's doghouse
by "attending practice sessions regularly," will get
a chance to pitch Chesterfield to the Pro League lead
tonight when the Smokers meet Cerveza Balboa
witk George Brunet on the mound.

The Smokers beat the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men 4 to 1 on opening night last
WedfaMday, but lost to the Car Carta
ta Carta Vjeja Yankees 5 to 0, Friday.
Cerveza Balboa scored a 3 to 2
wl never the Yanks Sunday, to
place the loop in a triple tie.
COften, who had been annoyed
at Robinson's missing several
pre-aeason workouts, said today
"all was forgiven" after he had
talk with Robby and the slim
aidearmer began coming out to
practice every day.
' 'Humberto explained that liv living
ing living in Colon was the main rea reason
son reason he did not come out as he
should," said Cohen, "and I
could see his point clearly, but I
still didn't want it to appear I
was playing any favorites. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, everything's fixed now, and
well settle down to work."

Cohen also revealed that ln ln-ftelder
ftelder ln-ftelder Clyde Parris, who finally
came to salary terms with the
club, worked out with the squad
yesterday but It was unlikely he
would be in tonight's starting
lineup because of a bad cold.
Old pro Prank Austin, who has
ftein on the sidelines while Eu Eu-genlo
genlo Eu-genlo Houradeau was being giv given
en given a chance at short, will start
tonight's game at second base,
with Mamto Bernard moving
Over to short.

Any of three youngsters, Rod Rodman
man Rodman Nunez, Copa Diaz, or Ed
Napoleon, will be in right field,
Where according to Cohen, his
main problem lies.
"If Heron (Carlos) continues
to hit, I contemplate giving him
a shot at the right field job
When parris can play regularly,"
declared Cohen. Heron, a 22-year-old
lnfieider who has play-

ry

Keen,

ed third in both Smoker games,
has come through with two dou doubles,
bles, doubles, and has looked great a-
eld- .
With the, arrival of right
hander Jim Michalec, the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers have finally completed its
roster. Michalec is a 26-year-old,
five-foot-eleven, 188 pounder
who has pitched for Columbus,
Class AAA American Associa Association,
tion, Association, and Omaha, Class AAA
American Association League.
His specialties are the curve ball
and slider.
Cerveza Balboa's Brunet spent
most of last summer with Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, Class AA Texas League,
and his good work with that
club gave him a late-season pro promotion
motion promotion to the Kansas City Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, where in six relief ap appearances,
pearances, appearances, he had no decisions.
Only 20 years old, the left

"handed throw stands six-foot-one
and weighs 195 pounds.
NC Stale Officials
Study ACC Report
On Moreland Case
RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. ll-(UP)
Officials of North Carolina
State College today studied an
Atlantic Coast conference re report
port report on the Moreland recruiting
case before deciding on their
next step.
A. C. C Commissioner James
H. Weaver conferred for three

hours Monday with College
Chancellor Carey H. Bostian and
other officials of the school.
Bostian said after Idle meeting'

that matters discussed are "now
under consideration bv the coK

lege administration."

it was reported mat a.c.c.

faculty chairmen have refused
to conduct a further investiga

tion into the case of basketball

player Jackie Moreland unless
the college insists.

Bostian indicated he wished to

discuss the report with Presi President
dent President William C Friday of the
consolidated University of North
Carolina and with members of
the Atlantic staff before making
a decision.

Friday was in New York Mon

day and Bostian was expected

to confer with him by telephone
last night or in person today.
"Just as soon as we come to a
decision as to our next step we
will announce it," Bostian said.

"The matter requires further
study. We just don't know what
will be done."

A spokesman for the college

said the decision of the next
step probably will be announced
later this week.

Men In Blue

The Fastllch teenage baseball
club is in need of men in blue
and it is urgently requested that
men interested in umpiring con contact
tact contact Boyd Bevington, business
manager at 2-1600 or 2-1531 not
later than one week from this
date. Qualifications and com compensation
pensation compensation for umpires for the 60
games of the 1957 season will be
handled by the business mana manager
ger manager on contact.
It is essential that the roster
of umpires be complete and as assignments
signments assignments made well in advance
of the opening date on Jan. 2. It
is requested that anyone inter interested
ested interested report to the business
manager of the Fastllch teenage
club, even though their time
will be restricted and limited.
There is always need for replace replacements
ments replacements and assistance.
Games are scheduled Monday
through Friday with starting
time at 4:30 p.m. and games will
be called promptly at 6 p.m. if
incomplete. The season will close
with the last game scheduled
for March 28, 1957.
Atlantic Twilight
League Meeting
There will be a meeting of the
Atlantic Twilight League
Wednesday, Dec. 19, 1956, at 7:00
p.m. At the Margarita Service
Center.
It is requested that all man managers
agers managers be present as this will pos possibly
sibly possibly be the lasjt meeting before
the opening of the league, and
there being some very Important
items to be brought up.

Calls For 160-lb Title Shot

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

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BATTLIN' BYRON Byron Cumberbatch, the Calldonla battler
who claims he has found a "new lease on life" since he aban abandoned
doned abandoned the. bantamweight class to fight as a full-fledged feath featherweight,
erweight, featherweight, Is confident of victory in his ten-round feature bout
against unbeaten Jesus Santamaria which will take place at
the National Gym Sunday night. Cumoerbatch says that tak taking
ing taking off weight to meet classy 118-pounders like Claudio Marti Martinez
nez Martinez and Toto Ibarra during the past year left him weak and
Ineffective in his most recent bouts with the smaller men. His
trainer, Alfredo Perez, plans to bring him into the ring at a
"strong" 125 pounds.

Cristobal
For First

Defeats Balboa

Basl

ketball Win

DARING YOUNG MAN He
flies through the air with the
greatest of ease at Snow Snow-Ridge
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dack. Adirondack. N. Y ski i-enter in fa famous
mous famous for the reliability of its
snow cover, and machines
now make needed white stuff.)

ELECTRIC SERVICE
'Will be off in the following sectors:
1. 16th and 17th West Street from
"H" Street to Central Avenue.
2. "I" Street from Calle Estudiante
to 17 West Street.
3. Central Avenue from Fuerza y
Luz' main office to Casa Salomon.
From 00:30 A.M. to 7:30 A.M. on
Wednesday, December 12, 1956.

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gain on December 21, a Friday
night, against the Junior College.

Cristobal
Lowe
Concepcion
Hawthorne
Tobin .. ..
Smith . .
Sasso .. ..

f g ft f m tp

Totals

19 22 12 50

Friday night, at the Margari

ta Gym the Cristobal Tigers
won their first basketball game,
at the expense of the Balboa

Bulldogs by 50 to 49 score

Cristobal, led In all periods of
play. The first quarter score, the
Tigers led 11 to 9, and Increased
the score by taking a 23 to 19
half time lead, in the third
quarter Balboa reduced the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers lead by 39 to 37. The final
period of play was so fast with
score, and foul shooting even a
foul was shot, because of six

time outs.
Dan Winklosky, Balboa's
scorer, again proved to be
ithorn in Cristobal's spotty

fense. Winklosky, rebounded for

most of his points, and with the

neip of nis Drotner jacK, tney
scored 25 points; Dan, scored 17
points, and jack Winklosky
scored 8 points.' Kirkland, Bar

bara and G. Kirkland all con contributed
tributed contributed 8 points. Balboa, miss missed
ed missed 13 shots from the foul line,

which meant the difference be between
tween between a win and a loss.

Cristobal, for the first time

this year, had a "on" night. The'

shnntino' of Pnhirt-. Tnwi nrnverl

t obe the difference in the ball L V.M1VAt,, UM- VVP T, a'

game. Lowe, hit every possible1' soicai evmence oi micney man-

nuns rip shnr. in r,n nook nnoK.

one handed, and

ace

the

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SAN FRANCISC, Dee. 11 -(UP)
Joey Giambra called for
a dish of spaghetti and a shot at
the world middleweight title, while
Rocky Castellani, beaten again by
the handsome boxer, hollered rob

bery.
"The first thing I want how is
some spaghetti," Giambra said a

few hours after he had scored a
unanimous 10-round decision, over
Castellani last night for his second
straight victory over the Atlantic
City fighter.
"Then I think I deserve a world
title fight with whoever wins be

tween Ray Robinson and Gene

Fullmer," he added.
Mike Scanlan, Giambra't man manager,
ager, manager, said he think Joy do
not need any intermedial bout
before meeting either Sugar Ray
or the Utah slugger, wha fight
for the title on Jan. 2.
Castellani, who has fought three
times here and lost on every occa

sion, claimed he was 'robbed and

that he should have won the deci decision.
sion. decision. All the ballots went to Giambra
this way: judge Frankie Carter,
97-93; judge' Vern Bybee, 9S-93;
and referee Jack Downey, 96-94.

The United Press saw it for the
winner, 97-94.

uiamora, who scaled 157V4

pounds to Rocky's 160, suddenly a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned his customary left hook
during the fifth round and started
scoring with right-left combi combinations
nations combinations to the face.
Tht strategy paid off, espe especially
cially especially in the ninth round when
he dropped Castellani with a
right to the head in a neutral
corner for the count of throe.
Giambra, who won a closer de decision
cision decision over Castellani in New York
early last August, got off to a slow
start and was nuzzled mm no th

first three rounds as Rocky stayed
on his bicycle. But Castellani mnH.

Joey look bad bv nftpn

from long ranee with left hnni

and occasional sneak rights to the
head.

Giambra began to catch him in
the fourth with at lst tu

. vnu ftvuu
leu nooks to the jaw. thtm

ed to the right leads in the follow

ing round to Dreak up Castellani's

ouaiegy.
The charitv fight

522 50 and netted 127,3181

John Sauer Resigns
As Football Coach
Al 'The Citadel'
CHARLESTON, S.C., ec. M
wiTJn,,E- Sauer- hlred as
head football coach and athletic
director at The Citadel to build
the Bulldogs into a Southern
Conference power, ha5 resigned
effective Dec. 31. "for nersonal

reasons."

Balboa
Barbara 3
Kirkland, L 4

j-Kirkland, G. .. .. .. 3

Winklosky, D 7
Winklosky, J 3
Nahmad 0

Sauer requested and received
a release from a five-year con-
,H,?lh.,ugned m 1955 which
sum nad three more vnr tn r

Citadel President Gen. Mark W."

accepted the resignation

8
8
8

Clark

O ll

Totals

20 22 9 49

0 1 o n Tel yesterday and told

r,"" "c ws maxing a mistake."

Statistics Prove
Mantle's One-Man
AL Wrecking Job

one-man wrecking crew job

twn-hnnrlfH 'on American League pitchers was

jump shot. Lowe shot 20 times Pvide. tpy- .

from the field and hit for ,,'" T, it ,u
plus two for two on the foul line'e AL and. compiled by the Howe
fnr n nnniit. (Bureau, confirmed the young New

Tohn and Smith both hit for iu,n- w

a nninr ainn it.h some verv inpie crown winner in tne circuit

pood defense and rebound work.lin 10 ye"- In addition, they

p 7 ,a .u. hj;.i,,. tu

.piiuwcu iiiau miLivi.,y leu Mir

I league's sluggers in no fewer than

live departments.

Sasso and concepcion also play played
ed played some fine basketball.

Cristobal, will play at home a-

We are increasing the size of the electrical cables in this section to
take care of increased electrical loads and trust that this interruption
won't greatly inconvenience the customers affected.
ia. Panamek de Juerza y Cuz

All-America Tubbs
Named United Press
lineman-Of-Year'

NEW YRK, Dec. 11 (UP) -All-America
center Jerry Tubbs,
whom klahoma Coach Bud Wil Wilkinson
kinson Wilkinson calls "a player far more
concerned with the success of the
team as a whole, than in any per personal
sonal personal glory," today was named
the United Press Lineman of the
Year for the 1956 college football
season.

The likeable, 205-pound leader.

mainstay of Oklahoma's national
champion team, missed by an eye eyelash
lash eyelash of getting one-half of the bal ballots
lots ballots cast by the 235 sports writers
and radio and television broadcast

Mantle won the triple crown by

takmg the. batting championship

with a .353 figure, leading in horn

ers with 52 and driving in 130 runs

for the top mark in that depart department.
ment. department. Mantlevis the first Ameri

can leaguer to win the triple

crown since 1947 when Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams of the Boston Red Sox hit

.342, cracked 32 homers and drove
in 114 runs.
Mantle also led the circuit this
year in runs scored, with 132, and
ii total bases, with 376.

Grace Comiskey,
WSox President,
Dies w Chicago

CHICAGO, Dec. 11 fUP) Mrs

Grace R. Comiskey, president of

me uucago wmte Sox, was found
dead at home early today.
Her son Charles, vice president
of the American Leacue ball club.

ers wno voted tor tne united rressiwas caneo out of a meeting of the

All-America team.

Tubbs, who already has been
drafted by the Chicago Cardinals

of the National Football League J home

receifed 112 votes, more than Mrs.

twice as many as his nearest rival
guard Jim Parker of Ohio Sta'
who got 45. Ron Kramer, an A.i

America end from Michigan, was

third, followed by tackle Lou Mi

chaels of Kentucky and end Joe

Walton of Pittsbur

league board of directors, of which

he is a member, and told the

news. He went immediately to her

Comiskey was the first

woman to become a club presi president
dent president in the league. She was the
widow of J. Louis Comiskey, who
was the club's second president.
After his death July 18, 138, she

was elected to the top executive

Sauer, a

Point who

graduate of West

Intramural Sports

C League basketball and B went on a scoring spree that ae-

League water polo completed
their- schedules during the past
week in the Balboa Junior-Senior
High intramural program,
but the A League water pool Is
still very much In progress.
The Sailfish, under the lead leadership
ership leadership of Nils Linfors, continued
to set the pace in this league
with an 18 to 5 thumping hand handed
ed handed Joe Trowers' Marlins. Larry
Siegel, Ken Morris, and Linfors
on the attack proved to be too
much for the Marlin aggrega aggregation,
tion, aggregation, inspite of the strong play
of Rolando Chanis and Don Ry Ry-ter
ter Ry-ter the. Marlin couldn't dent the
Sailfish defenses consistently
enough to be a real threat.
Later in the week, however,
the Marlin showed they were
. ired of taking it 0n the chin as
they lowered the boom on the
College Green Wave to the tune
of 5 points, 11 to 6. Up until the
fourth quarter it was anyone's
ball game, but in the final pe period
riod period the work of Chanis, Don
Ryter, Mike Crook, and Luis
Prosperl paid off as they salted
away the win with a Whirlwind
attack. The defenses of the
Green Wave, usually very strong,
fell completely apart and the
Marlin scored 5 points in the
fourth quarter.
Jim Reynolds' Dolphins took
the championship in the B
League, but It wasn't until the
final week that they sewed it up.'
Henry Barker's Sharks pressed

tne uoipnin to tne limit m a
very well played water polo
game before dropping a 7 to 5
game. The Sharks held the lead

gfoins; into tne fourth quarter

wnen Reynolds came to life
with a vengeance and tossed in
four eoals to cinch the win and
the title. Aside from the play of
Reynolds the champs got good
work from Tom Sheppard, Tay

lor Hunter, and Ralph Parker

For the losers Barker, Joe Gar

cia, Bill Miller and Frank Town

shend were standouts.

, During the same week the
Dolphins also blasted any hopes
the Barracuda had for the title
by defeating them 6 to 1. This

loss to Luis MastellarJ's team
coupled with a win by the Eels,

8 to 0, over the Wahoo enabled

the, Eels of Mike Bettsak to fin

ish the season tied for second

with the Barracuda.
C League basketball found the
Flyers, with Fred Chase as cap captain,
tain, captain, taking the championship
(n the final week of play. Chase
led his team to a perfect season

wKh a record of seven wins and
no losses. They actually won the

title witn a 42 to 61 win over tne
Celtics, and then made it a per

fect season when the Globe

Trotters were forced to forfeit

their game with the Flyers. The
Celtics were no match for the

Flyers as Chase dropped in 18

points and Leo Dehlinger scored
10 to outstrip anything the Cel

tics could oner. Bill Wilkinson

scored 8 for the Celtics but he
wasn't eettlne the support in

the point production depart department
ment department that he needed to make it
a game. j

The real battle revolved a-

round second spot. The Warriors

uifiveu on m't ...t.i..i : mi ,

ereat team ni m L : u'f""eB' P nu

v.. ioiij-ij, tame

nere irom tne professional Los

Angeies Rams to build The Cl
tadel's sports nroaram.

During his two year stint, the

Hunoogs won eight, lost nine

ano tied one. However, during

"is mai season, oi 1955, Sauer
led The Citadel to a 5-4 mark to

give the Bulldom their firm-.

winning year since 1942. This

year, The Citadel record drop dropped
ped dropped off to a 3-5-1 mark.

Clark did not indicate anv

preference for a successor and

C . JU i .i a

oauer um not aisciose nis imme immediate
diate immediate plans.
Clark told Sauer yesterday the
resignation was accepted "be "because
cause "because I realize there are person personal
al personal and private reasons which

have caused you to take this

step." i

However, Clark said "I have
told you I thought you were

making a mistake and we

wanted you to remain at The

Citadel."

Sauer was Clark's choice to
succeed John McMillan after
the Bulldogs finished the 1954

season with two wins in 10

games. Clark wants The citadel
ullt into at least a conference

power instead of the league's an annual
nual annual door mat in football as well

as other sports.
No Parachutes

So Floyd Drivers

NEW YORK (NEA) -When Floyd
Patterson was scheduled to fly to
Chicago for a bout with Cheser
Mieszala in 1953, his girl friend-

now his wife Sandra Hicks, start

ed a search of Army-Navy outlet

stores in Brooklyn.

"She wanted to buy me a para

chute," Floyd says. "She was a-

fraid the plane might crash. But it
wouldn't have helped. They don't
let you wear them."

This explains why the new

champion stepped in a car at I
a.m. and drove the 18 hours rath

eone alone in second snot, most

of the season and they looked
like a cinch for the red ribbons.
Maurice Nahmad and the Chiefs
had different Ideas, however,
and in a really hard fought ball
game-the chiefs edged past the
Warriors 34-27, Boh Rathgeber

counted for 29 of the Warrior

points.
This combined with the fact
that Jim Slice had an off night
for his Warriors, proved to be
too much of a handicap to over overcome.
come. overcome. Later in the week the
Warriors returned to the hard hardwoods
woods hardwoods and assured themselves
of at least a tie for second by
defeating the Knickerbockers 45
to 30. Slice was back In form for
this one and netted 16 points
while his mate, Jim Hadley scor scored
ed scored 15. Bill Engeike had to bear
the brunt of the scoring for the
Knicks, but even his 28 points
weren't enough tb turn, the
trick.
The chiefs had been tabbed
by many to win the champion championship,
ship, championship, but they suffered a couple
of mid season setbacks that
eliminated them from the title
chase. They did recover from
this slump sufficiently to tie
the Warriors for second by win winning
ning winning their final three games in
the last week of the season. Once
again they were paced by Boh
Rathgeber with 38 points to lead
the Chiefs to a 54 to 26 win over
the Dukes. Paul Underwood
played his best game of the
year for the Dukes and scored 14
points in the process. Roy Bet Bet-tls
tls Bet-tls scored 12, but between the
two of them they couldn't match
Rathgeber's output and that was
the difference in the teams. The
final Chief win was a forfeit
venture over the haDless oinha

Trotters.

The Chiefs' win from th

Dukes eliminated Fred Snyder's

leum irom tne lop Miree spots,
but they came back to take
fourth position in a thrill packed
2? to 20 win against the Dons.
Art Altizer was high man for the
Dukes with 11 points and Bettis
accounted for nine. Al Muller,
captain df the Dons, was the big
scorer for his team with 12
points. Lack of consistent team
play probably cdst the Dons this
ball game.
After this loss to the Dukes,
the Dons got a forfeit win over
the Globe Trotters then took a
onesided 26 to 16 win from the
Celtics. This was the game in
which the Dons showed good
team play Scoring was pretty
evenly distributed -Between Al
Muller with 9, Gdrdy Boswell
with 8; Jack DeVore with o, and
Charlie Bradshaw with 4.
League Standings
A League Water Polo

Team

sailfish 4
Green wave 2
Marlin 2
Tiger Sharks .. .. 0

Won Lost Pet.

0 1.000

2
3
3

500
400
000

Final Standings
B League Water Polo

Dolphins 7

Barracuda 5
Eels 5
Sharks 3
Wahoo 0

1,
3
3
5

Final Standings
C League Basketball

Flyers. .. ., .. ..,7

Warriors 5

Chiefs

Dukes
Knickerbockers
Dons

Celtics ....
Globe Trotters

5
4
3
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By HERBERT MOISE
COLON The 1956-57 season
of the Panama professional
Baseball League has opened
without the loose-playing that
is usually expected of players
just coming into playing shape.
So far in the three games that
we have seen, pitching and good
defense have played their part
in keeping the scores low and
close.
The opener ended 4-1 Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield over Cerveza Balboa, the

second game went to carta Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja 5-0 and Sunday's thriller went
3-2 to Cerveza Balboa and, thus,

has created a three-way, all-

team perfect tie for first place.

This Is the fourth time that such

a situation has confronted the

league standings where all
teams were tied for (you name

your position) m its eleven eleven-year
year eleven-year history.

This situation will be tempor

arily dissolved tonight as Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield eoes against cerveza

Balboa in the second go-around

in the young season's play. The

Smokers will be at full strength
tonight as their holdouts Parris
and Robinson have signed their

contracts and will probably see
action tonight.
Looking here and there in the
record book of the league (unof

ficial, yet unquestionable) we

have come up with several in- MANILA, Dec. 11 fUP) Billy

teresting facts mat we believe Ford. American woman Bullfight-

many fans would like to read er, arrived here today to show her

aoout. under tne section for xrowess to Filipino audiences.

Miss f ord scneouied six per-

short history of the league. This
section also reveals when Wayne
Blackburn with a .667 average
and Quincy Barbee with .000 are
the highest and lowest Won and
lost average managers, it should
be noted here, too, that Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn of Carta Vieja is the only
manager to win a Caribbean
champion for the PPL. Al Kub Kub-ski
ski Kub-ski and Standford Graham are
the winningest managers pennant-wise
each with three ban banners.
ners. banners. Leon Kellman is the long longevity
evity longevity manager with nine sea seasons
sons seasons at' the' helm of the same
club now named Cerveza Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Opening day revelations are
that Osorio's participation was

record making in that as a
pitcher, has participated in the
most openers six games. An Another
other Another opening day record tam tampered
pered tampered with, was the "five as assists"
sists" assists" by a catcher by Leon Kell Kellman.
man. Kellman. This tied the mark set by
the late Robert "Bob" Ganss
when he played for the Cervece Cervece-ria
ria Cervece-ria Nacional against carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja on Dec. 30, 1951.
Working in collaboration with
Astor Lewis, we will be present presenting
ing presenting very often many of these in interesting
teresting interesting tidbits on the Profes Professional
sional Professional Baseball league.

Bully Show

formances at the

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Galindo-Cross Enter Mido Mill li fori Finals

TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11, INI

by
JOE WILLIAMS

The fastest-growing sport in the U.S.A., sans betting ma machines,
chines, machines, is pro football. For the sixth straight year, the league
is on its way to a new attendance record. Underlining ihe
booming business are the Giants, who are playing to their first
11 million gate.
All, however, is not beer and skittle for the owners. The
enchanting melody of the whirring turnstiles has not been lost
on the players. They want in, and have taken steps.
Creighton Miller, Cleveland barrister and former Notre
Dame halfback, reveals he has been asked to represent the
players in pressing for certain benefit and that he plans to
meet with league executives in mid-January in Philadelphia.
These benefits would Include (1) uniform allowance for ex exhibition
hibition exhibition games, (2) severance pay, or pension, starting with
five-year men, (3) voice in playing rules and selection of equip equipment,
ment, equipment, (4) and, as a long-range hope, bonus for signing.
The Giants' Kyle Rote admits Miller has been contacted. .
"I don't know what sort of program we will agree upon until
we meet, but whatever we do will set up uniform standards.
We do not seek to dictate. We simply want to express our
views through an authority of our choice."
Rote emphasized he was speaking in general term and
without pointed reference to the Giants where apparently con conditions
ditions conditions are satisfactory.
IN SHORT, A UNION
The pros' decision to organize seems to have been sparked
by an incident last summer when the Los Angeles Rams threat threatened
ened threatened to walk out on an exhibition game with the Cleveland
Browns, unless the front office agreed to pay for such labors.
Specifically, the Rams demanded $75 a week for veterans
and $50 for rookies during the exhibition season. The walkout
was averted by Bert Bell, league president, who promised the
team's spokesman, via long distance, he would force a decision
on the issue at the Philadelphia meeting.
With a number of the clubs, the exhibition schedule calls
for nearly as many games as ihe regular season. The pro3
have built exhibitions into big business with crowds ranging
from 30,000 to 90,000. In some instances local charities share
in the gate. Mostly, though, the clubs split 50-50.
By the terms of their contract, the players have a right to
expect no more than expenses. They agree to play X number
of league games, plus X number of exhibitions for X amount
of money. This is practically a carbon copy of the baseball
package contract, except that ballplayers do receive a stated

nominal sum each week during me exnioiuoo season

Favorites

Barely Nip
Hause-Nunez

Auibal Cross and Harold Cross,
the team picked by the experts
to win the Mido-taultuort watch
tournament at the Brazos Brook
Country Club, just squeaked
through their semifinal match to
defeat Don riause and Dr. Juan
Nunez one-up.
When is seemed as though tht
winners were going to pot by
comfortably, House and Nu'

rallied sad it required a 11-foot
downhill putt by Cross to pre

serve the victory.
Three down with three to play,
the eventual losers won Nos. 16
and IT to become only one down

with the last hole to play. Hause

and .Minez bad an easy par four
at the 18th aad things looked black
for Galindo-Cross before the latter
made his decisive putt.
The other semifinal m a t c h,
which features Mthieon-Stire-wslt
against Hoverson Nord Nordstrom
strom Nordstrom had to be postponed for
on week duo to an injury sus sustained
tained sustained by Jim Hoverson. Some Something
thing Something like the dog biting the
man Jim was hit by a golf ball.

JC Wins Basketball Title
With 36-31 Win Over CHS

Top-Rated Kansas, Frisco
Look Stronger Than Ever
In Wave Of Cage Upsets

By A. A. NOBOA

Hungarian Olympic
Athletes To Go To
North rSo. America

MELBURNE, Dec. 11 (UP)

Thirty-eight of the 4fi Hungarian
I v m nip tpam mpmhorc whn ro

Rnmo fnnthaii owners mftnftnimously ignore contract re-
fllC)H i rt SA hnma in Uiinoora null

wm ii.iii u few huhii, vvj liun&sil y vaas

attaints ana aeai in mor piaycis mi wv nj i go to Nortn or soutn America, a

swag. with, tne uianis it was. . uu w iu
week The Green Bay Packers go as high as $25 but there s
a catch in it; If a player makes the team the money becomes
an advance and is deducted from salary. And, of course, there
are other teams that don't get up a dime.
Uniform pay for exhibitions is .in demand the owners
must grant if they are, to prove deserving of the esteem and
support with which the public has greeted the game.

THE FISCAL PICTURE
' Here in round numbers, is the league's '56 fiscal expecta expecta-tiov:
tiov: expecta-tiov: (intake, gate: $6,250,000. TV-radio: $1,800,000. -Exhib -t
on games: $600,000. Total: $8,350,000. (Outgo) players' aal aal-:..'.
:..'. aal-:..'. ruin nneh staffs- iflOO.OOO. Park rentals: $1,-

000,000, Operational (office, transportation, iuranc etc.) $i.-

200(11)0 Total" SB.WU.UUU. vr.eoib uuitiiw. ,,w.
Ahd $J Womrelally, V rt beginning to i$r
In at least two particulars the owners couldn't posalMy have it
better. The colleges serve them as farms and for ire. Theirs
is the only wheel la town, so they pay no bonuses.
Canada football offers but limited opposition. If a Jimmy
Brown, a Joe Walton, a Paul Lopata, a Jonnny Majors or a
Paul Hornung wants to play in this country he plays with the
team to which he is arbitrarily assigned, or he doesnt play at
all The owners claim title to some 2000 players, none of whom
cost them a dime since the other league folded.
StilTfor all their faults, It's a fact that no owner has ever
been charged with pampering a player to death.

AC Rams Meet BHS Bulldogs
Tomorrow; Hand JC First Loss

Unofficial League Standing
Team' Won Loot Pet.
Junior College .... 4 1 -800
Balboa A. C 3 1 -750
Cristobal High .... 1 3 .250
Balboa High 2 3 .200
The blue-dad Athletic Club
Rams ended Junior college's
hopes for an undefeated season
by sending them down to defeat
for the first time this season by
a score of 33-31 last Thursday

night at the Balboa pymnasium

Pro Grid
Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE

W
New York 7
Wash'n 6
Chicago
Cleve'd S
Pitts'gh 4
Phila. 3

In one of the lowest-scoring
games played this season, the
Balboa Athletic Club extended
their winning fraak to three
straight wins and ended J.C.'s
four-game winning skein. The
highly -favored J.C. Oreenwave,
displaying a fatal confidence
from their previous 59-44 easy
win over the Rams three weeks
ago, went down to their first de defeat
feat defeat in five games under the
fast-break offense and close
guarding of the Ram five.
The score attests to the close

"guarding displayed by both

sides. It was tne tniro ana iourm
quarters, when the A.C. Rams
displayed their fast-break of offense
fense offense that has already sent Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High and Cristobal down to
defeat, that "told the tale" of
the game.

spokesman said today.

The other eight will remain in
Australia, according to the Free
Hungarian Association in Austral Austral-a.
a. Austral-a. But for the time being, all 46
are being given tight protection by
Australian federal security agents.

The 46, and three others who
have not yet decided whether they
will go back to Hungary, are liv liv-ng
ng liv-ng either in the Olympic Village
or with Australian friends. In
either case, officials said they
would be given protection until the
Russian Olympic ship Cruzia sails
from .the; harbor.

Expert Rifleman
Medal Awarded To
Linda J. Cunningham
WASHINGTON. D C The

Expert Rifleman Medal, second
highest award in American Jun Junior
ior Junior shooting has been won by

jjinaa jane cunningnam, zee 17,
Gatun, Canal Zone the National
Rifle Association announced
here today.
Bhootine several hundred tar

gets in the last few months the

new expert marksman fired her

way through 13 lower NRA qual qualifications
ifications qualifications to achieve her new
high rating. With one more set
of targets to fire the new expert
will up her rating to Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished Rifleman, the select ton

rating for the Junior shooters of
the nation.
The new junior expert attends
Cristobal High School and is a
member of the Cristobal junior
Rifle Club.

JC is now breathing around

mucn easier aKoi wiiwing iat
Monday's game, 34-31. Cristobal's
loss assureu the Devus oi the uile
that they all along had been pre

paring lor.

WiUi four straight wins behind
them, tne JC laus once again!

I snowed their superiority on the;
0 hardwoods. Altnough a ciosc game
NEW YRK, Dec. 11 (UP) 'over NYU on the strength of re- from the beginning, JC's scoring.

An early season wave of upsets ;bound control; Washington's 49 44 ;epi inem me acsirea marg.n

that tumbled five of the nation's! win over tue UKianoma Aggies: ve uctcmuneu nsers w;

highest ranked basketball teams; after a 70-43 beating by the same,wm game,
left top-rated Kansas and national team Friday; Yale's 75-70 win i he game started off very slow slow-champion
champion slow-champion San Francisco untouch-over Fordham as Johnny Lee V with neither team scoimg in the
ed today and looking stronger thaa scored 28 on Fordham's courc; ""t minute of play. Cristobal's
before 'and Lehigh's 63-60 win over'Army, Wendell basso broKe the scoreless
Louisville (No. 2), Dayton (No. I as a Cadet "freeze" backfired. Same d a little later JC's Fred
6), Temple (No. 7), St. Louis (No But Kansas and San Francisco rtayoourne scored after receiving
9) and Oregon Slate (No. 13) ail! had company as winning favor- a volleyball tap from Gil Smith,
were jolted by surprise defeats oa' ilea, too. North Carolina (No. 3
Saturday night and tbey were nationally) drubbed Clemson. 94- ,n lh f"" writr both
joined in mourning by a large, 75; Illinois (No. 4) rallied to beat hald their action to 4 min-
number of losing teams unplaced I Oklahoma, 69-56; SMU (No. ai ,mum- ybournt too it.va.uaa.
in the ntional rankings but favor-pulled out in the last five min- ?' f" !" p, p0,nU
ites to win their games. i utes to beat Minnesota, 91-84, de-j n' t,m- As the o.cer joys
Kansas .however, kept right on'spite 24 points by Rick herrscher;: J""1 lollypops at the half,
rolling with a 78-61 romD oven and Western Kentucky (No. 1C' e.or,b?.,r? hwl upr,s-

Marduette and Sen Francisco ral- crushed Kentucky Wesleyan, 90-72 '"' ,ww lo-ll to their favor.

lied in the last four minutes tr among other high-rankei. teams.
beat Seattle, 57-52, and etend its
record winning streak to 5 9game;. If A J LM
Wilt THe Stilt Chamberlair, II IdKGS PIGre inaU
Kansas' wonder seven-foot sophc-
more, was "held" to 39 points bj fAHDiirriAH Ta Daii
his opening game against Nortl LOIICll J jlUli 10 Deal

western. Jim McCoy fired 27

points in a futile effort for Mar Marquette.
quette. Marquette. To Meet Olympic Team
San Francisco next meets Loyo
la of Chicago in a Chicago Sta-U
urn tournament Friday night ( am
probably will clash with the 'win

ning U.S. Olympic team, including

Goalie Sawchuk

At the start of ihc

boch teams showed a little more
desire to piay and soon tue score score-board
board score-board changed its slow pace to a
slightly faster one. Eddie Smith
and Danny Concepcion scored b
points each for CHS while Bob
roget from JC added three field
goals to even things up.
As the ending minule3 of the
fourth quarter came around, botn
teams deperately played to gain
the leading position, ismuh's tmie tmie-ly
ly tmie-ly foul shots kept JC ahead of CHS
while Raybourne's and Al tflaeK tflaeK-all's
all's tflaeK-all's constant fight for the ball

maae tne JL victory ohat mueh

SCORING SPREE

(NEA Telephtfto

Kansas' basketball sensation Wilt

NEW YR.K Dec. 11 (UP) -It
takes a lot more than a con concussion
cussion concussion to beat goalie Terry Sa"
chuk of the first place Bost-i
Bruins.

JnZ,SUorBatnrHRaUvSeU "i8'0" whM StrUck in the head 'eMiw- Whi,e Eddie toil .cored
ch.:T"' "WI-ii. J8 Puck in the fLrst Period against. 8 points. JC's aging Rajuaurnc

Tt '".cu u;r the Montrea Canadiens Sunday, scored a total of 12
upset by Canisius. 76-74, in Buf-L:u. k.,t k- -it nt .n i ir .w...

falo. N Y navton. nmner-nn to Xls'riT . ZZ' "t noioar, still

t t -r -"inpinpn i,n n i ns w a l-l lie iiiul

increased their National Hockey
League lead to three points.
The Boston goalie made 28 saves
and blanked the Canadiens until
Henri (Pocket Rocket) Richart
scoret on a sireenet 35-footer with
less than three minutes remaining

(That

Stilt) Chamberlain goes high in the air as he scores two pohtU pohtU-in
in pohtU-in the game between Kansas and Northwestern at Lawrence;,,'
Kan. Chamberlain, who is seven feet tall, scored 52 points in"
sparking his team to an 87-69 victory. Chamberlain's point
total shattered the school record of 44 points held joinJAg!.',
by Clyde Lovellette and B. H. Born, former Kansas .University

centers.

Louisville in last year's National
Invitation Tournament, dropped a
67-59 decision to De Paul in Chi

cago as Ron Lakin led De Pauj1

Willi 0 (HIIQIB.
Temple took a 73-58 beating

from Kentucky at Philadelphia.
Temple ace Guy Rodgers took

scoring honors with 27 points, but
sank only nine of 35 shots to do it.

St. Louis, never ahead after the
first 10 minutes, took a solid 74-51
beating from Ohio State in Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ohio, despite a height advant advantage
age advantage as Frank Howard led Ohio

State with 22 points.
Blow 11 -Point Load

Oregon State blew an 1 1 point

lead in losing to Portland, 56-55,
at Eugene Ore., then soph Jim

Armstrong's jump shot With 44

seconds left gave Portland its win

ning margin.

Saturday s surprises also includ-

ec: Niagara's 83-63 romp over Se-

ton Hall despite Charley Lorenzo'land took a freak bounce into the,

29 points; Lafayette's 88-79 win net.

has two more games to play be before
fore before ending the season. Next Fri Friday
day Friday they play BHS at Balboa for
their third and las encounter.
The following week they will wind
up tho season by p aying CHS
at Margarita.

The CHS JV team defeated the

in the game. Real Chevrefils! JC JV jcs JV lackine a
notihed the Bruins' goal in the few of the players u d 8th

TfW iUr previous-P.ast h to

I 2 a., un a mucn improved ofe Wood and
son the New York Rangers de l p! we,.p J(J sX
feated Detroit, 4-2. Broce Cline r-ir Dvan p.rh n whi. "Ji?
broke a 2-2 tie when he slammel k ed in his own wav ti thf rl v"
in Loo Fontinanto's second periol 10 ms own way to the Jv 8
reboond and Andy Bathgate sdded

an msuance goal in the tnird
period.

IVl 1 M" :VKIllllK. JUSl, UJI UU III I. finllir
Rochester of the American League t""' ,r t-0,leKe

The box score:

scored

a freak third period go?l n,fLJ '

u.i. w o i. wucidua i

tnni gave juiuiiwj a c-i iiiuuijii Qmith ,1 a
over Chicago. Nykoluk's shot hit Sm.rn.' I
Chicago goalie Al Rollins' pads f,an.,",ne 5

fg fs tp
3 0 6
1 2 4 i
3 4 10 1

0 12
1 4 ;

Cr'stobal

Sports Briefs

LAKE WOOD, N. J. (UP)-John

Serafin of West Pittston, Pa., pick picked
ed picked up $1,000 for his victorv in the

Lakewood Invitational Onn ffnlf

Tomorrow night around 7:30tournament Sunday. Serafin mad a
at the Balboa Gym, the -A.C. ,1o-under-par 89 in his final round

Rams will meet the Balboa High

Bulldogs for their second official
meeting of the season. In their
first meeting, the Rams defeat defeated
ed defeated the Bulldogs in a closely-

fought affair. The Bulldogs de

I T Pet. Pts. Op.
3 1 .700 243 190
4 0 .600 166 183
5 0 .544 216 175

2 A oli Toj osn atd the Rams" In a pre-season
7 0 .364 194 -40U orrimmmre onme hut, thU result

7 1 .300 136 194 nM ,nf th. nnfficifl

for a 54-hole total of 213.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

does not go into the unofficial!

league standings

Detroit,
Chicago
Balt're
San F'co
Or'n Bay
Los An's

The box score:

0 .818 279 150!

I 225 1 a.C. Rams 33, J.C. 31
0 .400 234 275 A. r. ,m.

1 .400 203 267

0 .364 243 293
0 .273 242 286

SATURDAY'S RESULT
San Francisco 38, Green Bay 20
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 45, Pittsburgh
Chicago Bears 10, Chicago Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals 3
Cleveland 24, New York 7
Washington 19, Philadelphia 17
Los Angeles 31, Baltimore 7
NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, DEC. 15
New York at Philadelphia
SUNDAY, DEC. 16
Detroit at Chicago Bears
Pit:sburgh at Washington
Baltimore at San Francisco

Green Bay at Los Angeles

ft ft pt

J. Welch 10 2

R. Nesbitt .. .. ..339
B. Joyce 3 0 6
B. Carlin 3 2 8
BarkowRz 2 1 5
C. MacArthur 0 0 0
A. Lombana 10 2
C. Simons 0 1 1
G. Kourany 0 0"0

Total 13

Junior College
R. Quezada 2
F. Raybourne s
G. Smith S

MIAMI. Fla. (UP)-Bill Barnes
of Wake Forest, the Atlantic Coast
Conference's leading around earn

er, has agreed to nlav for the

South team in its annual Shrine
game against the North, Dec. 36

in tne urange Bowl.

WASHINGTON (UP) -Halfback

sain Maker, whose held goal in the
last 25 seconds gave the Washing,
ton Redskins a 19-17 victory over
the Philadelphia Earies SnnHv

didn't want to learn place-kicking
when the season began "because
they might fire me if I miss."

NTGOYA, Japan ftTP

Yamada, a mining company clerk
and winner of the Boston Mara Marathon
thon Marathon m 1953, won the Asahi Mara Marathon
thon Marathon Sunday in 25 minute is

ends.

Aussie Sportscasters
Have Growing Pains
As They Move Into TV

Smith,,!',. 4 0 8
Tobln ; 2 0 4
Hawthorne 2 0 4
Sasso 0 0 0
Concepcion 4 0 8
Lowe 2 0 8
Pabon 1 1 3

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAI CHIRTKR IMIl)
FAST PRE I G HI AND PASSlNUtK SfcK VICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
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KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA,
SPAIN AND FRANCE.
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO'' (18,000 Tons) Jan. 19
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AIR-CONDITIONED

TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT,

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Dec. 18
Jan. 5

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By OSCAR FRALEY

MELBOURNE. Dec

Australian sportscasters really are
havma" vocal growing pains as

they move into the brand new me medium
dium medium of television,

P. Lincoln
Blackall ..

7 33
2 6
0 8
4 14
1 3
0 2

Total

12 7 31

SAM HAS KICK
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
i NEA) Sam Snead, celebrated
tournament golfer, has an ambi ambition
tion ambition to work out with the West

Virginia football team to show his

Chicago cardinals at Cleveland, ability as passer and kicker.

Todoy f ncanto .25 .75
WAHOO! $115.00
Jon Hall in
"BRAVE WARRIOR"
Humphrey Bogart in
"IN A LONELY PLACE"

Today IDiAL .20 -.
"MYSTERY OF THE
RIVER BOAT"
Chaps. 7 8
"TOMAHAWK"
"Redhead From Wyoming

10

Our guys had their troubles,
too, a few ytr back. They
talked too much for some of the
customers and not enough to
suit Other. They had to find a
"format."
But it's been even more difficult

for the Aussie larynx brigade.

They were mostly horserace call callers
ers callers who had to move into the mad

lympics where they were faced

With a brand new and often quite
strange sport almost every day.

HERE'S NEW APPROACH
Thus a "bloke" named Cyril Ea Ea-gels
gels Ea-gels laid 'em in the aisles Down
Under when he used his race track
vocabulary to call the running rac

es in the track and field games.

It went something like this:
"Well, they're going to the post
now and Tom Courtney of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States is on the rail. By iov)e.

he's about two lengths behind the

man in the second stall as they go
into the starting gate."
Another convoked racs callr
namod Eric Wolsy titillated the
sense of humor of tho Yankee
delegation when he worked tho
video' at tho bicycle races.

I "Oh, by the way," byt-he-wayed
Eric, "the Duke of Edinburgh is

11 (UP) i supposed to be here tonight, but in

the crowd I can't seem to pick j
him out. Apparently he is here be-!

cause I see a commotion down!

there. Oh, no, it's an American:

naval officer."

As the cyclists began bulletins j
around the saucer in their journey
to nowhere, Eric's observations

went something like this:
"That blokt is giving it a Liir
ride, I'd say. But it's nothing
bettor than you'd see on the road

.on a Sundey afternoon.'

And:

"By jove, that's a good try. He's

a willing rider and is putting some

beef into it, now isn't he? But his

Lead l bobbing now and it looks I

like he s had it. He s pushing his

heart out, but I m afraid to no pur-;
pese. Hello, something's cone

wrong.

The time of the raCe was an-

rouoced and Eric gave it hearts

and flowers.
"I say," he intoned effervescent-

ly, "that was good time, now

wasn t it?

REBUILDING JB
Durham, N.C. (NEA) Harold
Bradley, starting his seventh sea

son as Duke's head basketball

coach, faced a tremendous re

building job. Seven lettermen are
missing.

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t ao vwrtAR. Nev. Dec. 11 (UP)
that read: "De-
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nrinv hv Lt. Bill O'Reilley.
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this message," O'Reilley asked
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that's the name of the prison
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LEGAL NOTICE
Critdbal Division
Vicente Eugenic Glgnoux end Irrto
Uneaio C. Libelant!, v. M. V. Gobeie Gobeie-dor
dor Gobeie-dor DoriDario. her tackle, eng.ne.
boUeet.. and N.vlcier. 1"
na, S.A.. Respondents. No. 2096, In AO
mlnltv Monition and Libel.
WHDtEAS. on the 3rd day of Decem Decem-b
b Decem-b lS7Vicente Eugenic Gignoux and
Irrio IkUutlo C. tiled a libel in Hem and
nwooruw In the United States District
CouTta the District ot the Canal Zone.
Cristobal Division, against the M. v.
Gobeledor, er Don Dario. her boats.
Uckirpparel and furniture, in a cause
CWil and MariUme;
vurnrAc: hv virtue of process
In due fornTof law. to me directed, re -tarnable
on the 20th day of December.
IBS I have seized and taken the aaid
II. v. Gobeledor, ex von -have
her in my custody:
NOTICE IS M.M&oi
-.Ir.ll-.... ,m k. h.lH in the Jnit-
ed
States DUtnci i.mm
m of Crist6bal. Canal Zone, on tjie
town of
vk a.v nt rwember. IW. ior ine um
WW j n
of said premises, ana uw..
owner., and all persons who may have
data any nso5
to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid, to show cause, if any they
have, why a final decree should not
PM, as prayed. josraH f KINCAID
United States Marshal
Van Slclen, Ramirez & De Castro
Paulas, for Libelant
By Woodrow de Castro
of Proctors.'

l-OR SALE rOK SALE
Household Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1 Chinese rug 9 1M, Chev DeLux 4D. New tir
x 11 Telephone II, Colon. battery, brakes and teat
covert. Uses no oil $35. Phono
FOR SALE: Television, RCA 33-7162.
21", $250.00. Phono Curundw,
4183, house 578E, after 4 p.m. FOR SALB: 14 Fordor
. Kaiser, overdri e, four now
Electric Servel refrigerator. A- tires. Good condition. Duty paid
partmont tixo pat stove. Bod- $200.00 cash or best offer. Rea-
room suite: dressing table with son for selling: need car giving
stool, chest of drawers, double over II miles per gallon. Phono
rubber foam mattress. Tele- Chenalloy, Albrook 7147 7 a.m.
phono 3-4274, Panama. to 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Table lamp end FOR SALE:- Duty paid 1950
floor lamp $8.00. Quarter mast- Buick Super 4-door, radio, di-
or couch and covered cushions roction lights, 3 new tiros. $425.
$1200.00. Metal twivel chair $4. $3-7141, 2054-H Curundu.
Phone 2-3132. -
1954 Pontiac Station Wagon
FOR SALE: 25 cycle West- chieftain V8. 9 passenger 4 4-inghouse
inghouse 4-inghouse refrigerator porce. door, excellent condition. Best
lain inside and out, 7 cubic feet. offer ever $2,600. 8215 A Mar Mar-Balboa,
Balboa, Mar-Balboa, 2-3171. gerita 3-2352.
... FOR SALE:- 1951 Olds 98, 1st
?;,J(S J:!;-. StMl b u f ' cUl "nditlon, all extras. Pa Pa-child
child Pa-child s chiffonier, China closet, noma 3-6871 or (office) Albrok
metal stands, 25 cycle clock, 5148.
25 cycle fan 12 inch. Tel. Bel.
2571. Good brakes may save your
litel. We have quality brake
FOR SALE: Double 16 foot ,inin9 ,nd eomPle assort-
new Kelvinator $995.00, now m,nt ef hvdrulie brake parts.
$580.00. New automatic Roper Autoai, 15th St. & Melendex
ges range, $530, now $270.00. Ave., Colon.
MM "m" 9i hVU,M,1S' "0W F0R SALE: BARGAIN 1951
TehViln Megn.vox Chrysler, New Yorker, 33.M0
costs MOO M now UTn e . Power drive, brakes, dir.
MMhTto Frcl eti0Ml '"'' '"P lights,
and 52 .Sat SSPaP" r'di lnd oth,r ,xtr"
end 52 street. Campo A'egire. tnt condition, 8650. Duty paid
FOR SALE: Carved chjnese ffin! Am,dor Ro,d- Ba,bM
set: sofa, two chairs, coffee
lent condition. Telephone 3-58- convertible. $300. Telephone
Balboa 2593.

CZ's Billion to One Shot

(Continued From Pace FIVE)
waterway nearly a half century
ago.
Capt. .Warner S. iHodimon.
marine director, has servet as
chairman' of the' billionth ton
celebration committee appoint appointed
ed appointed by the governor to make
plans for the day's program. The
marine director will also act as
master-of-ceremonles at the
Qatun Locks program.
The ship bearing the billionth
ton of cargo will tie up in Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun locks for the ceremony. The
ship's captain will leave the ves vessel
sel vessel to receive the special scroll
and the brief program which
follows.
Immediately uDon the r-nnclu-
sion of the program. Potter will
cut a ribbon stretched across
the lock gate to permit the ship
to continue its transit.
Much interest has been arous
ed in the billionth ton celebra
tion and many papers throueh-
out the United States have pub publicized
licized publicized the prospective transit.
The Canal Zone Postal Service
will mark all outgoing first-class
ana air man leaving the canal
Zone tomorrow with a special
cachet.
The cachet, which will not be
used as a cancellation, will be
printed in red ink. The design,
made by Paul Colby, Panama
Canal architect, pictures the big
gates at Miraflores locks open opening
ing opening to permit an ocean liner to
transit.
Nine representatives from as
many Panama Canal units hav
ing direct responsibility in the
transit of ships through the wa waterway
terway waterway and a retired employe
representing the men and wom
en who built the Canal have
been selected to participate in
the ceremony..
The representatives selected
for the various Canal units and
type of work involved in putting
ships through the Canal have
been announced as follows:
Pilots Capt. Harold Long Long-more:
more: Long-more: boarding officers Lio
nel Ewing; tugboat masters
John Wheaton; marine traffic

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controllers Thorwalri Fnru.

tetrom; signalmen Richard
Tnompson; lockmasters Thom Thomas
as Thomas Lutro; control house operat
ors Arthur CriiWy; towihg lo locomotive
comotive locomotive operators Norman
McLaren; and aids to navigation
Jesse Tate.
The old timer of the ran? or
ganization who will represent
the builders of the nanal win hp
Charles Thomas, former employe
su uaiun iocks.
The various representatives
will be introduced to the audi audience
ence audience by Capt. Rodimon.
As he introduces the various
individuals, he will also describe
briefly the role the various
groups play in handling ships
from the time they enter canal
waters until they complete their
transit.
Photographers, both amateur
and professional, will have an
excellent opportunity to record
tne historic transit. Color pho photographers,
tographers, photographers, especially, will be af afforded
forded afforded an opportunity for good
pictures, uatun iocks have been
decorated for the occasion with
flags and bunting.
Of special interest to photog photographers
raphers photographers will be a large banner
to be placed on the port side of
the ship bearing the billionth
ton.
The large banner will permit
the ship to be identified in pic pictures
tures pictures from a distance. In addi addition,
tion, addition, the ship will also be dress dressed
ed dressed for the occasion which will
add to its photographic inter interest.
est. interest. New York Official:
Ike by Greatest
Margin Ever
ALBANY, N.Y., Dec. ll-(UP)
Final tabulation showed today
that President Eisenhower car carried
ried carried New York state last month
by 1,589,571 votes, the greatest
majority ever rolled up by any
presidential candidate.
The figures, released yester yesterday
day yesterday after certification by the
state board of canvassers,
showed that Mr. Eisenhower
and Vice President Nixon
overwhelmed Adla: E. Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and Ills running mate,
Sen. Estes Kefauver by 4,340, 4,340,-340
340 4,340,-340 to 2,750,769. The Steven-son-Kefauver
total Included
292.557 votes on the Liberal
t ticket. Blank, void and scat scattered
tered scattered Totes numbered 6,229.
The total vote for president in
the state amounted to 7,187, 7,187,-408.
408. 7,187,-408. State Atty. Gen. Jacob K. Ja Ja-vits
vits Ja-vits was elected United states
Senator with a Republican vote
of 3,723,933 as against New York
nitv Mavor Robert F. Wagner's
Democratic and Liberal total of
3.265.159. Javits majority was
458,774, less than one-third of
Mr. Elsenhower's.
The final figures showed that
Stevenson dropped much of the
Liberal party support he was a a-ble
ble a-ble to attract in his 1952 cam campaign
paign campaign when he lost the state to
Mr. Eisenhower by 848,214. Stev
enson reewvefl 4i.ii vow on
the Liberal party line that year,
compared to 392,557 this year.

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.I.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Why take anoth anoth-or
or anoth-or cold shower? Buy a TRO TRO-P
P TRO-P IK-SHOWER, a water heeter
for the shower only. Full price
$27.50 .-ompletely installed. 7
day fret trial. One year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Call Panama 3-7357.
FOR SALE: Lionel O gange
train, accessories. Excellent
condition. Cost $200. Will sell
for $50.00. Balboa 2-4294.
FOR SALE: 12GA. Fox double
NEW Ideal Xmas gift. $60.00.
Payments Bal. 4455
FOR SALE: Gas hot water
heater, $90.00. Panama: 3-6871.
House 112-A, Via Espana.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi record play
or, 60 cycle. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 25 cycle refrigerator, 9 u
Ft., good condition. Balboa
6362.
Herler Appointment
OKed by Democrats,
Bui There's Knock
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP)
Americans for Democratic Ac Action
tion Action has praised the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Christian A. Herter as
under Secretary of state but
questioned whether he will be
allowed to speak for the admin
lstratlon.
Prsident Eisenhower appoint appointed
ed appointed the Massachusetts governor
Saturday to succeed under Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Herbert Hoover
Jr., who is returning to private
business.
ADA said jresteiday Herter's
aprwlntmenlff'is rn line With the
administration's announced for foreign
eign foreign policy." But lt expressed
doubt that Herter "will be al allowed
lowed allowed to implement the Ameri
can foreign policy" outlined in
the republican niatform.
ADA also Questioned whether
treasury Secretary George M
Humphrey speaks for the ad
ministration "when he belittles

Tourist Bureau Offers Trip
To Bogota through USO-JWB

A four-day guided, all-expense
tour to Bogota, Colombia, has
been arranged by the Panama
Tourist Bureau of Panama in
cooperation with the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.
The tour will begin at 6 a.m.
on Friday, Dec. ana ena on
Monday Dec. 31. at 12:30 p.m.
in time for the travelers to spend
the New Year's Eve' with their
families. The all-expense tour is
priced at $95 and includes plane
fare, hotel accommodations,
meals, and all tours.
A 45-passenger airplane has
been chartered for the trip
which will begin at Tocumen
airport at 6 a.m. Transportation
will be furnished to the Hotel
San Francisco from which point
A sightseeing tour of the city is
planned.
Four sightseeing tours, at no
extra cost, have been arranged
in and around the city in which
is housed the National Archaeo
logical Museum as well as the
Gold Museum of the Banco de la
Republlca. where there is a val valuable
uable valuable collection of gold works
made before the time of Colom
bia and gathered from all over
the country.
The first tour wijl take in tne
new and old citv; ana me sec
ond one on Sundav, covers
Montserrat, where there is a
cathedral on the summit or tne
mountain, reached by nerne"di-
cular railway. The ascent is a
breathtaking one.
The third trio planned "'11
take sightseers through La Sab-
Missing nark'
May Have Reached
Guiana Jungles
PARAMARIB, Surinam, Dec. 11
-(UP) The runaway U.S. guid
ed missile launched in Florida
Friday may have fallen some somewhere
where somewhere in the jungles of the
French or Dutch Guiana in north northern
ern northern South America, it was report reported
ed reported today.
Several persons living along the
Maroni river which separates
Surinam (Dutch Guiana) and
French Guiana reported they saw
a flying object explode last week.
At first they thought an air airplane
plane airplane had crashed in the area but
later heard reports that the
' Snark" guided missile fired in
Florida lost and suggested it

could have been the object they
saw explode above the jungle.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION, G. I.I Jest built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, ceM water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 -bed room apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st $treet No. 42. For
further details caH 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Available Jan January
uary January 1st, 1957, two bedrooms
apartment in exclusive build building
ing building situate El Cangrejo. Includ Includes
es Includes two bathrooms with mas mas-tor
tor mas-tor bedrooms containing both
shower and tub, hot and cold
water throughout. Large -combination
sitting-dining room,
large kitchen, beautifully fin finished,
ished, finished, liberat-siied closets. Al Also
so Also separate maids room and
laundry area. Golf putting
green and lovely gerden. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: 3-0437 during office
hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment good location Xve.' Peru
38-14. Information Phone 3-0088.
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, terrace, storage
room maid's room with bat,i,
garage, all screened. For fur further
ther further information call 3-0615,
Panama.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom a a-partmont,
partmont, a-partmont, hot water, maid's
room. El Cangrejo. 2d. tloor.
$115.00. Telephone 3-6523.
FOR RENT: Apartment, build building
ing building recently built: 2 bedrooms)
all modern conveniences, El
Cangrejo. Eusebio A. Morales
No. 5. $125.00. Phone 3-059,
Panama.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, con concrete
crete concrete house, living-dining room
bedroom, kitchen, yard, park parking
ing parking space. $50.00. "Urbanise'
cion "La Pradere," facing "La
GarantU," furniture factory,
Sabanas. Telephone 3 27H.
the dire need of our free Euro European
pean European allies, as he did Saturday
nie-ht in New York."
Humphrey said in a speech
that some estimates of western
Europe's need for dollars atf a
result of the Suez crisis have
been "greatly exaggerated."
ana plateau to the Zipaautra
Salt Mines and on a tour of the
underground salt church, a
cathedral carved in the solid
salt rock.
Tour No. 4 will cover the legend-haunted
Terjuendama Falls
where the Bogota River leaves
the Sabana and splashes down
568 feet to the Magdalena River
valley.
Must-Take Insurance
For Car Owners Up
As Accident Stopper
nuTOntT Tier. 11 TP)
iporrner judge Robert S. Marx of
Cincinnati, O., urged Micnigan
authorities yesterday to make
automobile insurance compulso
ry.
Marx told the Detroit Econ Economic
omic Economic Club Michigan's finan financial
cial financial responsibility act for driv drivers
ers drivers was "obsolete and ineffec ineffective"
tive" ineffective" and pointed, out that
driver managed to avoid pay
ing damage claims for 600 of
the 2,004 traffic deaths re recorded
corded recorded In the state last year.
"The law provides neither
safety nor responsibility," Marx
said.
Vestal Lemmon, Chicago gen
eral manager of the National
Association of independent in-
surers. opposed Marx's demand
and said compulsory insurance
would "add to costs, lure ambu ambulance
lance ambulance chasers and generally re require
quire require the careful drivers to bear
tne burdens resulting from the
recklessness of others."
"The Michigan law," Lemmon
said, "goes far enough."
Bum (?) Steer
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 11 (UP)
The University of Southern
California chapter of Sigma Nu
Fraternity today had its own
version of the bull in the china
shop tale. In retaliation for the

rigors of "pledging," new mem-1
hers hst a voun steer in thej

living room of the fraternity
'house.
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FOR SALE
Boats & Motors

12 foot plywood boat with SVa
Evinrude outboard $130. Phone
Gamboa 713.
FOR SALE: Sailboat 15 feet
conterbeard complete with
sails and all necessary equip equipment
ment equipment including oars lifejackeu
etc. $175 Phone Graham Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1972 or 1652.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT; Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent
for one person. Between 7-9 d.
m. Phone 3-6046. 2nd Street, Pe-
reil (Te-nistocles Diax Street)
No. 7-189, upstairs.
FOR RENT: Rooms $20.M,'
$25.00. Three reem apartment,
$30.00. Telephone 3-0850, 2-1508.
ALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Three lots in El
Coco Del Mar in front of ocean
each let approximately 500
square motors or all throe can
be- sold at one lot. Price $4.75
meter, desire quick sale for
appointment to see call Hotel
El Panama, room 210.
AWOL US Soldier
Confesses To Arson
Of Boston Church
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 11
(UP) An AWOL soldier, who
tcld police he set a $2 million dot
lar church fire in anger over be
ing unable to open a poor box, will
ne arraigned today on arson
charges.
Pfc: Rebeft Whelan. 18. of Som
ervuie, Mass., also wait being
questioned about other church
fires in the Boston Metropolitan a
rea in recent weeks.
Whelan, who is absent without
leave from Fort Devens, Mass.,
was arrested yesterday on charg
es he set fire which destroyed St.
John The Evangelist Catholic
Church here Saturday.
Police quoted Whelan as saying:
I did it because I was mad." He
admitted taking $1 from a poor
dox, but said he couldn't open
second box to rob it, police said.
His arrest was credited to an a a-lerl
lerl a-lerl sexton who discovered the
youth in m. btenhen s Church sa
cristy Sunday after mass and took
the soldier s name because he was
acting suspiciously. His tip led po police
lice police to Whelan.
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FOR RENT:- Nice furnished 1
bedroom chalet for married
couple $75.00, 48th Street No.
25-B, Bella Vista. Phono 3-1933.
3-7251.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced cook,
must sleep in. Good sala salary.
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Soviet Submarines Suspected
Of Prowling Atlantic Waters

LNDN, Dec. 11 (UP) Rus Russian
sian Russian submarines are believed to
be prowling Atlantic waters, U.S.
Adm. Jerauld Wright, the NAT
commander said today.
His report coincided with previ previous
ous previous dispatches that Societ subma submarine
rine submarine activity has increased and
that Russian craft were operating
in the Medirranean.
Russia has more than 400 sub submarines,
marines, submarines, twice as many as the
United States, according to the
authoritative naval encyclopedia
Wright., that" we have had so
contacts in the Atlantic which we
marines." They are always a
source of great interest to the
nations of NAT.
However, Wright said, "we have
noc determined any specific pat pattern
tern pattern (of operation) in them."
He added that there is no reason
why Soviet submarines should not
be in the Atlantic.
Earlier this month, Vice Adm.
Charles Brown, commander of
the U.S. Sixth Fleet on maneuvers
in the Mediterranean, reported
that Soviet submarines were a
"grave threat" to western supply
lines through the Mediterranean.
Buildup In Albania
Sources have reported a Soviet
submarine base buildup in Com Communist
munist Communist Albania, the only Soviet
satellite with shores on the
Mediterranean.
A U.S. "hunter killer" task
force composed of the aircraft
carrier Antietam and six destroy

ers has been practicing within
radar range of the Albanian
coast.
Wright said Russia is concen concentrating
trating concentrating all of its naval efforts on
submarines.
"They have perhaps more sub
marines than the other nations of
the world combined," he said.
"It is a very sizeable threat
to the security of our alliance and
the principle task of NAT is to be

bble to cope with this threat and
keep the sea lanes open.
. ..Kiit said Russia is adding
submarines to its fleet at the iae

of 80 a year, but he said he
thought NAT forces could give
them a "pretty rough time."
he said he did not believe the
Russians have atomic submarines
at present although they may be
vorxing on them.

Liz Taylor Resting,
Mike Is 'Near1 Her
NEW YRK, Dec. 11 (UP) -Actress
Elizabeth Taylor, who under underwent
went underwent a delicate spinal operation
Saturday, was reported "resting
comfortably" today by a hospital
spokesman.
Doctors performed a five-hour

emergency operation to remove a
crushed suinal disc. The finnrat.inn

originally scheduled for today,

was performed early because the
actress was in intense pain.

The 24-vear-old artrpss pntprwl

Harkness Pavilion uf Presbyterian
Hospital nine days ago for surg surgery
ery surgery to correct a spinal condition
doctors said she atina.pnt.lv hH

been afflicted with since birth.

Producer Mike Todd wns the
only person permitted to visit the

cane nairea actress after the oper operation.
ation. operation. Todd, whom Miss Taylor
plans to marry as soon as her di divorce
vorce divorce from actor Michael Wilding
is final, moved into a room at the

nospitai to oe near ner.

PROFIT
COLUMBIA, Conn. (UP) -An
unidentified man used better

judgment than several house ivcs:
when he bid 75 cents for an old'
tin bread box at a Lions Cj o
auction. Inside the box were
some books, and inside one of the'
books was $25.

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Clinches Inferschool Cage Title

School Segregation In Major Tests

Among Hills of Eastern Tennessee
" CLINTON, Tenn., Dec. 11 (UP).-The campaign for racial, integration in Southern schools headed today
ftw x. maior test' on two fronts in the hills of eaatern Tennessee.
to the tense city of Clinton, officials of the integrated high school again started integrated operations
after almost three and one half months of strife Over the racial issue.
eight Negroes in the 700-member student h ody attended yesterday and were back in class this

Read story on page 8

Folic plsnned to keep 1 close test from ttudeBti or orgsnfced
weUh on the situation indefinitely, segregationists. Tbe school I h ad
Jiwrby Kaexville became the been closed since i week ago to-
Z&JttX L SS FBI a
enforcam.nl g.tlon ef the Clint
u. tMregstiofl cen- gents were observing the daily
jjfcrt, j the aegroga en eUmMmt
they were yesterday.
s&pfcs. 5 y---?s s as
ntS"HiBh School-the fir.it dents to catch up. State law may
.tSSoorted lubUc school in posh the school year at Clinton in in-vSSSX
vSSSX in-vSSSX .mil the races re- to the middle of June or later.
,umd regular classes without pro-
3p TT, No Burning In Fire
Bementary Holmes HELL Callf Dec n (IjP)
me mo IT Dec 11 (UP) The Riverside County Pittas;
mSSaL dime's and five others commission's permission for jp jp-SS
SS jp-SS wrested in connec- eratlon of junk and auto
twtn$20 prsnaUing. wrecking yard 1 w" bed
S rJT. hi wisoclate were on one condition. Namely, tnai
bv ooUctorS after there will be no Burning in Hell
IXvaKeck 39, report without the permission of the
RjSbA" Air Pollution
MVS. 1 '. 1

The legal fight shaping up at

Knoxville has drawn an impos'

ing line-up of legal talent, includ including
ing including some officials of Southern
states.
. Defense attorneys listed the a-tarnayi-general
ef Georgia, Tex Texas
as Texas .end Lewsiene as consultants
in the case ef the 14 men and
two women charged with eon eon-tempt
tempt eon-tempt of a federal aiM-bwerter.
pnce injunction.

CamDamis were begun by seg-

relation leaders to collect a size

able defense fund for the trials

scheduled to begin Jan. 28.
Defense attorneys were pre pre-poring
poring pre-poring formal motions to o. nits
the contempt cherges en grounds
they are "so indefinite thet we
don't knew hew to defend the
case."

Defense attorney Thomas Gore

of Nashville and Robert L. Dobbs

of Memnhis indicated the commn

L - .... 4sr

ed legal talents or as many w

nr 20 attorneys may be useo in

defending the accused troublemak

ers.

Atlanta Teachers
Quit Federation

ATLANTA, Dec. 11 (UP) The

Atlanta Public School Teachers
Assn. has voted unanimously today

to withdraw from the American

Federation of Teachers rather man
accept an ultimatum to desegregate-
Rogr H. Derthick, association

president and a brother of Law

rence U. oennicK oi nunw,

Tenn., who was recently appoint appointed
ed appointed U. S. Commissioner of Educa

tion, said the vote at a mass meet meet-lag
lag meet-lag of the teachers' local yesterday
was unanimous. The all-white local

has 1853 members.

Derthick said the teacnersaaopi teacnersaaopi-ed
ed teacnersaaopi-ed tke resolution "because the fed federation
eration federation during recent years had
changed its constitution to declare
any local charter void which per permitted
mitted permitted segregation of any rece.

SuDreme Court's Outlawing of Segregation on
. c..m a. ex nnn tna

Buses

WASHINGTN, DEC 11 (UP) -The
Federal Government today be began
gan began mapping a drive for enforc enforcing
ing enforcing the U. S. Supreme Court deci deci-,ion
,ion deci-,ion which outlawed racial segre segregation
gation segregation on intrastate buses.
Atty..Gen. Herbert Browncll Jr.
called federal district attorneys
from M southern and border states

conference to pian ui

Winn

to- h aid that disregard of

the court's decision, handed down
ton Nov. 13, would constitute a
crime against the United States.
fneials in several affected
aouthern states have insisted; how how-17
17 how-17 there "'will be no compliance
with the decision and that segre segregation
gation segregation in local transportation will
continue regardless of any action
Brownell and the government
prosecutors might take.
Alebsma Lew Voided
Brownell called today's confer

lS Observer Joins
Soviet Geophysical
Year Expedition

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (U?)-

The United States with Rus
sia's approval wlil send an ob
earner to loin Russia's Interna

tldftal Geophysical Year expedi expedition
tion expedition In Antarctica, it has been

learned.
Th American observer, me

teeroloelst Gordon Cartwriaht,

was scheduled to leave from New

York by plane today tor uonaon,

ence shortly after the Supreme ,fccme!1lu 'it.!!?.. JSH

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AN INDEPENDENT g 1 tUH DAILY HEW5PAPH
Mama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1956

FIVE CENT

Haitian General Strike
Magloire's Political

Protests
Maneuvers'

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Dec.
11 fUPl A general strike to pro

test Gen. Paul E. Magloire's sus

pension of constitutional rights and

the arrests of opposition party

leaders tied up Port-Au-frmce today.

rniirt atruck down as unconstitu

tional an Alabama law requiring

segregation on buses operanng
within -that state. The case grew
out of the 11-month boycott by Ne

groes of segregated ouses in Mont

gomery.

Tit a letter to federal attorneys

attending today's meeting, Brown Brownell
ell Brownell said it was clear from this de decision
cision decision that similar laws in a n y

other state would have to be re-

girded as a dead letter." H

In addition to aiaoama, msr.
states have laws requiring segre

gation on buses operating wiuun

their borders:

Arkansas, Florida, Georgia,

Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
Mississippi, Nortl Carolina, kla kla-homa,
homa, kla-homa, South Carolina, Tennessee,

Texas and Virginia.

Segregation laws and their en

forcement vary from state to state

and city to city. In Maryland, lor

instance, there is virtually no en-

enforced.

Hew to Ihferce
In some states. Negroes are re

quired to sit in a partitioned area
on buses and trains, thers re

quire only that white persons ne ne-gin
gin ne-gin seating from the front, Negro
passengers from the rear.
The Supreme Cjourt previously
outlawed segregation in interstate,

as contrasted with intrastate,
transportation that is, on trains,
buses and planes crossing state
lines and moving into or across

aojouung iMikea.
ne of the main questions be

fore today's conference was how

to proceed with enforcement of the
court's decision on intrastate
transportation. Prosecution appar apparently
ently apparently would be most likely under

one of two federal laws:

A statute making it a crime to

conspire to deprive citizens ot

rights guaranteed by the Constitu

tion. Maximum penalty would be

$5,000 fine and 10 year's im

prisonment. u.

A statute provioing iwumiwo
against anyone acting "under col color
or color of law" to deprive persons of
privileges and immunities protect protected
ed protected by the Constitution. Maximum
penalties would be a $1,000 fine or

a year in prison, or ootn.

In either instance, a violation of

these statutes would have to be
tried in the district where the
crime was committed. Grand and
trial juries would, be composed of
local citizens who might be more
m sympathy with local laws than

with federal aaws mvoiveo. a
change of venue in such cases
would not be available to the gov

ernment.

He will take another plane im immediately
mediately immediately to South Africa en
route to Antarctica.
U.S. scientific parties in An Antarctica
tarctica Antarctica have been in touch with
Mm soviet expedition durine the

year, bui ariwiiBi wi f f f.

Irst American to estaons-i n unnif nnnsilin

SBS J Vlivvnnyr

Just the Address.
Please, Say Folks
Totting Xmas Cards

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP)

Postal clerks appealed to the pun
lie todav to restrain from decorat

tng the address side of Christmas
rrriV

The idea seemed to be that it

is hard enough for the clerks to
read some of the writing they get.

tional Federation of Post Office

tional Federation of Post ffice

Clerks (AFL-CI). It joined the
Post ffice Department in aug aug-gestine:
gestine: aug-gestine: Mail early, write (or

print) clearly and wrap firmly

et personal contact.

IP

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r their wedding, it's the lost time

, ejPT JM on anything.

feather Or Not

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1 Men are Murdered

Nif'SlA. CvDrus. Dec. 11 (UP)

r.unmen last night shot and kill

ed two Greek Cypnots at a vuiage

near Famagusta m tbe eastern
part of the" island, ne of the vic

tims was shot in his bed.

Both shootings occurred at men

arcs village.

The man was shot m a conee

shop. Gunmen bust into the bed

room of a house and Kiueo tne
second victim in his bed.

The gunmen escaped, abandon

ing a pistol.

Security officials benevod tne
underground EKA organization
killed the Cypriots either for al alleged
leged alleged (-operation with the British
or lack of cooperation with EKA.

Reverse Tourism
Maybe Necessary
To Find Garlics
MEXIC CITY, Dec. 11 (UP)

Mexican housewives complained
today that soon they will be
forced to go to the United States

to taste garlic soup.
Most of Mexico's garlic crop is

sold in the United States because

demand for the product is high
and good prices are paid there.
As a result, local retail prices
have gone up, there is a shortage
and housewives refuse to pay the
prices charged.
One of them said she would not
pay the 6 cents charged for "one

little head of garlic" and that if

prices continue to go up "we may

have to go to the United States

to taste our delicious Mexican

garlic soup."

Eight babies were born at Co

co Solo Hosoitai during tne

week ending at midnight Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, according to the regular
hosnital report. During: the same

period 67 patient were admitted

and 78 were oucnargea.

Babies were bom to tne ioi

lowing American citizens: SP-3

and Mrs. Julian Negrete, Jr., of

Coco Solito, son; SN and Mrs
Joseph Petty, of Coco Solito

son; Pvt. and Mrs. Ernest Cza

piewski, of Coco Solito, daueh

ter; and ADC and Mrs. Francis

OXauffhlin, of Coco Solo. son.

Babies were born to tne ioi

lowing parents of Panamanian

nationality: Mr. and Mrs. sa
muel Brathwalte, of Col6n, son
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Areote, of Co

ldn, son; Mr. and Mrs. Serafin

Zaoata. of Colon, son: and Mr.

and Mrs. Greville Brown, of

Rainbow City, son.

Negro Leader Tells
NAACP Parley Vote

Is Powerful Weapon

CLUMBUS. Ga., Dec. 11 (UP)

A Nearo leader of the racial bus

boybott of Tallahassee, Fia., says
his race wlH not ride the buses un until
til until they are run in "a fair, equit

able and democratic manner."

The Rev. Charles K. Steele told
175 delegates to a Georgia con convention
vention convention of the National Association

for the Advancement of Colored

People that the ballot Is the most

powerful weapon tne negro nas in
obtaining his rights.
"It took Negroes just 33 days
to put the (Tallahassee) bus com

pany out of business, he said, it
took just 33 days to show the
world that we have been keeping
alive a bus company that had no
appreciation of our patronage."

But Steele added, "There is
nothing the white politicians fear
more than tbe ballot." He said the

Negro's weapons against race

prejudice must be the "techniques

of non-violence in their heads and
ballots in their hands."
"A better day is coming for the
Negro in spite of 'Talmadge and
Eastland, in spite of the Ku Klux
Klan and the White Citizens Coun Council,"
cil," Council," he said, "They can defer it

but they can't stop it."

Troop Carrier Wings
Are Getting 62-ton
Prep-jet Planes
ARDMRE, kla. Dec. 11 (UP)
Troop carrier wings at three u.
S. airbases as well as those in
Europe and the Far East will be
converted to the new C130 prop-jet
cargo plane by the end of next
year Gen. P. Weyland, chief of
the Tactical Air Command, has
announced.
The first of five 62-ton Lockheed
Hercules was delivered to the
463rd Troop Carrier Wing at1 Ard Ard-inore
inore Ard-inore Sunday from the Marietta,

G&., plant.
Weyland said 48 of the planes
will be delivered here by next

spring. Then TAC wings at Sewart

Air rorce Base, Smyrna, ienn.,
and Pope Air Force Base, Fayette Fayette-vilie,
vilie, Fayette-vilie, N.C., will be converted to
CI 30s. v

Medium troop carrier wings in

Europe and the Far East will ex

change their Cl23s for Cl30s. me
Hercules also is replacing the CH9

Flying Boxcar, a bulky twin-boomed,
two-engine transport used fur

airlift and paratrooper operations.
Its four 3,750-horsepower Allison
engines give the plane a cruising
speed of more than 400 miles per

hour. It can take off and land in
as little as 800 feet, and its wide

low-pressure tires permit landings
on rough ground that would shake

many planes apart.

An air of tense expectancy hung

over the capital city, awaiting the

government's reaction to tne mass

protest demonstration.

The strike began yesterday.
Virtually every shop in the city
closed down. The usuaUy-feeming
market place was deserted. A
few foreing-owned or operated
stores remained open. Govern Government
ment Government employes stayed on the job.

Floods Leave 40
Dead In Jakarta
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 11
(UP) A typhoon and heavy rains
which swept the Javanese islands

during the last five days have
killed 40 persons and left 200

others missing, officials said

today.

The 200 missing all were fisher

men trapped offshore in a fleet of

70 boats when typhoon winds
struck Wednesday and Thursday.

Landslides triggered by the tor

rential rains wrecked 7,500 homes

in the Benjuwanji Regency, the
officials reported.
In Tjamis, three flooded rivers
swept away another 400 homes.
De-Staliflization
Scheduled For
Armenian Anthem
MSCW, Dec. 11 tUP) The
government of the Soviet Republic
of Armenia has announced a
contest for a new Armenian
anthem. ,.
The old one glorifies -Stalin. The
other 14 Soviet republics are
expected to follow suit.

Employment Piracy
Irks Salon, Probe
Asked Committees

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP)

A Congressional investigator nas
accused firms holding defense con

tracts of spending taxpayers mon money
ey money to "pirate" engineers and scien-

tists from the government ana

from each other.
Chairman James C. Davis (D

Ga.) of the House Civil Service

Committee made the cnarge yes yesterday
terday yesterday as the committee opened
public hearings on government

manpower and personnel policies.

The committee cauea mues w
Defense Secretary Charles E, Wil

son for questioning today.

navis said he is concerned over

the extent To which firms holding

"r.nct.nin contracts' or govern

ment research and development
allowed to charge the

government with the cost of "pirat

ing" employes.
He said that of 110 advertise

ments carried in one magazine re recently
cently recently 40 sought engineers and
.niontut of these, he said, 90 per

cent referred directly to defense
research work.
He urged action "to stop the use
of tax money for excess advertis advertising
ing advertising and other recruiting practices
leading to pirating by holders of
defense contracts."
S Americans Get
Nobel Prize Awards

from King Gustav
STCKHLM, Sweden, Dec. 11
(UP) King Gustav Adolf pre pre-..nti
..nti pre-..nti Nnhoi nrizes yesterday to

this year's nine winners of the a-

ward at weii-attenaea wcu.v
. Gu.lrhnma Cancer Hall.

Five of the nine winners of the
tie avi nwarH were Americans,

anH a Puerto mean euutom

"stood in" for the literature prize-

winner, who was unable to atteno.
The physics prize was shared
by three Americans Profs, Wil William
liam William Shockley, John Bardeen and
Walter H. Brattain. Two of the
three medicine winners, Drs. An Andre
dre Andre Cournand and Dickinson W.

Richards came from tne univeu
States

Jaime Benitez, rector ofPuerto
Bi-n University, accepted the lit

erature prize on behalf of Spanish
poet Juan R. Jimenez.
The third prize winner in medi medicine
cine medicine was a German, Dr. Werner
Forssman. The chemistry prize
was snared by an Englishman
and a Russian Sir Cyril Hinshel Hinshel-wood
wood Hinshel-wood and Nikolai N. Semenov.

A tight censorship was imposed

on all outgoing cables and overseas

telephone calls. No references to

the political or economic situation

were permitted.

The work stoppage was called to

protest the actions taken by Mag Mag-loire,
loire, Mag-loire, now provisional president of
Haiti. Magloire stepped down as
president Dec. 6 after completing
a six-year term. He immediately

resumed authority as eniet oi tne

armed forces and executive de

partment.
The constitution forbids a sec second
ond second consecutive term for the chief
executive. Opposition leaders
charged Magloire was seeking to
perpetuate himself in power by
hit moves.

Spokesman for Magloire said the
moves were necessary to prevent
violence by opposition parties in

connection with the campaign tor

nresidential and senatorial eiec

tinna nxt Mav. Thev said the

measures are only temporary.
Maploire suspended the constitu

tion last week after several small

bombs were explode in tne mar

Negro 'Forced Out'
Ot USAF To Get
Honorable Dischrage
WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 (UP)

Air Force Secretary Donald A.

Quarles yesterday ordered an
honorable discharge for a Negro
officer who was forced to resign
from the Air Force after being
convicted of drunken driving

charges in Mississippi.

The airman. 25-year old Lt.

Titus A. Saunders. orlgjnaHy re
celved a dischariie "urkle'r hon

orable conditions," a step below
an honorable discharge.
Quarles ordered the change in

approving the findings of the Air

Force discharge review Doara.
Saunders' resignation from the
service was effective Dec. 1.
Saunders' former chaplain, the

Rev. Benjamin Adams of Bask Basking
ing Basking Ridge, N.J., charged that the
airman was convicted on a
"trumped up" drunken driving
charge in Mississippi and was "a
victim of circumstance and ra racial
cial racial prejudice."
Saunders' conviction grew out
of an accident in which his au auto,
to, auto, driven by a woman compan companion,
ion, companion, hilt the car of a white wom woman.
an. woman. Saunders, who comes from
Megis. Ga., was found guilty be because
cause because he moved the car out of
the line of traffic after the ac accident.
cident. accident. Saunders had charged that he
was forced into resigning after
Sen. John Stennis (D-Miss.) a
member nf the Senate Armed

Services Committee, began pres pressuring
suring pressuring the Air Force for his dismissal.

ket place and other sections of the
capital.
Opposition leader Louis Dejoie
was jailed last Thursday and other
opposition leaders also were said

to have been taken into custody.
The ooDOsition contended the

bombs were planned by Magloire

adherents to provide jusuncauon
for suspension of the constitution.
Unemployment Up,
Largest In 10 Years;
Farms Drop 931,000 1
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP)
The government reported today
that unemployment rose "sharp "sharply"
ly" "sharply" in November due chiefly to
seasonal lay-offs among farm and
other outdoor workers.
The Labor and Commerce De Departments
partments Departments said 2,463,000 persons

were looking for wont last raunm,

an increase of 554,ww over cio cio-ber.
ber. cio-ber. It was the largest October.
to-November increase in at least
10 years.
The report also showed that the
total number of employed per persons
sons persons dropped by 906,000 from Oc October
tober October to November. This
also was the largest fcr at least
a decade.
The employment total dropped
more than unemployment rose bo bo-cause
cause bo-cause some of those laid off, such

as toe farm workers, did not go
cut looking for other jobs. Only
those jobless persons actively

looking for work are classed as

unemployed.

The government said nouse nouse-wives
wives nouse-wives and students seeking holi holiday
day holiday season work normally boost
the jobless total at this time of
year. But they, added that the
number involved this year is

"considerably larger" than in any
previous year since World War II.
The November jobless total was
65.000 above the comparable fig figure
ure figure for November, 1955.
Farm employment dropped by

931,000 last month to 6,192,000
persons. This was 728,000 losa
than in November, 1955. Non-farm
employment stood at 59 078,000
76,000 more than in ctober and
1,189,000 more than in November,
1955.
The departments said factory
employment declined about the
usual amount for this time of
year. The drop was offset by em employment
ployment employment rises in other non-frm
industries, particularly retail
trade.
Among factory workers em employment
ployment employment increased sharply in
automobile plants, which are now
producing 1957 models. It also
rose in fabricated metals, elec electrical
trical electrical equipment and .auto sup supplier
plier supplier plants. Employment declined
in food processing, furniture, tex

tiles and apparel plants.

Ike's Campaign-Promised Taxcut Pigeon-Holed?; I
CaDitol Hill Suspects So After Tax Testimony

i

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UP)
Thar was graving kalitf
Capital HID tedar th PmMent
linhowtr his eiiieriy ien-Kl-d
a plan for clttttna taaes ta small
creMMt. though ha all
hyt andontd inch a during
the elactien campaign.
Some congressional taxwrlters
drew that conclusion from the
disclosure yesterday that tne
treasury Is opposed to any tax tax-cutting
cutting tax-cutting proposal that would re result
sult result in a net loss of federal rev revenue.
enue. revenue. The treasury's stand was out

lined by Dan T. Smltn in tesu tesu-monv
monv tesu-monv before a Hons Ways and

Means subcommittee considering

changes in excise taxes, omun
lx treasury secretary George M.

Humphrey's special assistant in

charge of tax policy.
Congressmen concluded that
the new spending budget which
the administration will submit
next month must be higher than

anticipated last August, mat

was when a special cabinet com

mittee advanced a rour-pomt
nlan for reducin taxes on small
business $600 million per year.
Mr. Elsenhower, during tbe
election camoaijm called nubile
attention to th tax cutting pro

gram recommended by his cab

inet committee on smau dusi dusi-ness.
ness. dusi-ness. He said the administration
was giving lt favorable consid consideration
eration consideration and "moving ahead"
with it, but final action would
have to await Congress' return.
Smith'i tetHmoev coincided with

reports that tht total ipanding pro
posed ter the next fiscal year, an
which the administration reached
secret agreement Sunday, would
equal or exceed $70 billion, run running
ning running possibly as much as $2-$3
billion higher than the current fis fiscal
cal fiscal year.

Even If Uteres No Tax Relief,
Small Businessmen Won't Suffer

CHICAGO, Dec. 11 (UP)
Most business analyists pre pre-d'et
d'et pre-d'et a five to six per cent
climb in the total output of
the American economy next
year, the federal reserve bank
said today.
In its monthly review, the
bank said that only a few ex experts
perts experts foresee an economic slump
for 1957. It reported that both
government outlays and busi business
ness business capital expenditures, are
expected to rise moderately.
The banking firm said that
even the lagging spending on
housing may climb slightly.

It reported that personal
savings during the first three
quarters of 1056 topped the
same periods for 1955 by more
than 30 per cent. It attributed
the savings increase to sharp
gains IP security holdings and
a decline 'n auto buying.
The bank also reported a large

Increase in the irrigation of
farm land in the midwest. It re reported
ported reported that irrigated acreage in
Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and
Wisconsin has climbed about 90
per cent from 1949 to 1954 and
that the increase has continued
at about an equal pace.

Although congressional tax-tm-iters
fieure that President El

senhower still might recommend

some kind of modest tax reiiei
program for small business
sometime next year, most of
them believe that the cabinet
committee's chief tax cutting
proposal definitely has been
shelved.
. This proposal called for re

ducing to 20 per cent the pres

ent 30 per cent tax on tne nrsi
$25,000 in earnings of corpora corporations.
tions. corporations. This would cause the
treasury to lose about s4O0 mil million
lion million per year In revenue, with
all corporations getting tax cuts
ranging up to $2500 a year.
The proposal already had run
into opposition from two key
members of the House Ways and
Means Committee which ini initiates
tiates initiates all talx legislation. Reos.
Daniel A. Reed (N.Y.), senior

D. Mills (Ark.).thesecond-rank-

Republican member, and wuour

ing Democrat, nave contended
that Congress could not Justifi Justifiably
ably Justifiably cut taxes for small corpo

rations without providing some
relief for the majority of small

businesses which are not incor
porated.

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