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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT THS DAILY NEWSPAPER
Janatna American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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Streetfight Rocks
Hungarian Capital
VIENNA, Dec. 12 (UP). Savage street fighting
broke out today in Budapest and the Hungarian provinces.

Reports reaching Vienna indi indicated
cated indicated the Soviet army was at attacking
tacking attacking the rebel patriots in a
massive effort to end Hungary's
nationwide strike against the
puppet government.
The Hungarians had prayed
for a miracle to save them from
another round of bloodletting in
their struggle for freedom, but
the miracle did not come and
lighting resumed today.
Soviet armed forces and Red
Hungarian milltarymen had
been alerted for instant duty
and needed only a word of com command
mand command to launch a new massa massacre.
cre. massacre. Reports filtering through to
Vienna from silenced Budapest
said bloody clashes were taking
place wherever the new Red po police
lice police of puppet Premier Janos
Site-Ill 'Quake
Shakes 3 Cities
North of Panama
An earthquake classified as III
on the modified Mercali scale
was recorded early today by the
seismographs at the Balboa
Heights Administration Build-
in
vaa
:16 a.m.. i
The center
about 85 mites
.from Balboa.
Jt 'ouake shook Divisa. San Santa
ta Santa Maria and Cafiazas. three cit cities
ies cities north of Panama. Apparently
the tremor was strongest in that
area.
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shopping
days to
CHRISTMAS
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Kadar attempted to make the
strikers return to work.
But the reports indicated the
fighting had not yet reached the
scale of another all out upris uprising.
ing. uprising. You May Shop
At Police Station
And Avoid Crowds
Anvnnp in need of one set of
false teeth, uppers and lowers,
has a bidding chance if he
shows up at Balboa Police Sta Station
tion Station at 9 a.m. Saturday. Or you
can buv vour kid a Christmas
bicycle.
Cops were posting today at
Balboa Post Office, and several
servipp ppnters a. list of Several
score items that will go to the
nignest biaaer.
All are lost or aoanaonea items
that have 'accumulated in the
past six months.
Romantically inclined swains
will find one wedding ring,
silver, up for bidding, and
several other rings besides.
Five wrist watches, a Philco
inter-com unit, eyeglasses, a
Duaflex Kodak, 185 feet of
Siamese Diaceici
wagon
-mayoe.
iet will on tfhdef
the hammer., and there are as
sorted lots of clothing, sports
uniforms, sports, equipment and
one bundle of laundry con contents
tents contents unknown.
Veterans Schedule
Christmas Pickups
The General jeo. W. Goethals
and Capt. Starr c. Wardrop vet vet-erahg
erahg vet-erahg of Foreign Wars posts are
conducting their annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas drive on the west bank of
the canal. Towns to be visited
are Cocoli, Rodman, Rousseau,
Ft. Kobbe and Farfan Cub
Scouts of Pack 1 Cocoli, and
boy scouts of Troop 19, Ft. Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe will assist in tne collections
Dec. 15, beginning at 9.
Items to be colected are non non-perishable
perishable non-perishable foods, toys, clothes.
If you are not at home during
the drive, drop off your dona donations
tions donations at the post home (building
1049 cocom or can 2-2912 and
your donations will be picked i
up.
aboard the Luckenbach lined
Canal going and the pilots who

men rone, a

are among inr urted bv tl

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RIDING LOW Somewhere in the hold of the heavily laden Edward Luckenbach there is
stowed a ton of cotton the Canal's billionth cargo-ton. The ship is carrying 10,621 other
tons of general cargo, including phosphate, scrap metal, beans and other foodstuffs.' The ship
itself checks in at 7870 tons, has a 69-ft. beam and draws 30 feet. Built in 1943, the C-3
type vessel is the rormer Sea Snipe

Get Your Gifts
Soon As Possible
Canal Zone residents are be
lt Postal Di
from ISS lUt offices as st
as they rec!v notice of arrif-
al.
Heavy Christmas mail shjp shjp-metns
metns shjp-metns have been arriving dur during
ing during the past week and more Is
expected before Christmas. If
the packages are removed as
soon as possible, the work of
handling and distributing the
incoming ma 1 will be greatly
facilitated.
Not Even 'Nuf
For A Cupacawfee
JERSEY CITY, N.J., Dec. 12
(UP) Westlnghouse Electric
Corp. employe Philip Madison
won nominal damages of six
cents Monday in his suit against
a union worker who allegedly
called him a "jailbird"'during a
strike. Madison had sought $50. $50.-000.
000. $50.-000. Defense Attorney Jesse Mos Mos-kowltz'
kowltz' Mos-kowltz' told the Jury "nominal
damages could mean an little as
six cents." The jury took him at
his word.

the rail today as Gov. Potter lauded the shipping agents who
steer the ships through "tricky channels." The ship carried

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proud today when he received
Gov. W. E. Potter on the flag
but the master couldn't

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the "billionth-ton scroll" from
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STILL ON THE FIRST MULE Dow Walker, 75, right, was at the controls of the first mule
back in August 1914 when the old SS Ancon made her first Canal transit. Today, as guest
of operator John Gallagher, he was again on the first mule as the Edward Luckenbach was
locked through Gatun with the Canal's billionth ton of cargo. In the years between, Walker
manned another first mule, the one that led off when the old Ancon transited again on the
Canal's 25th anniversary. Mrs. Walker returned with her husband from their home In Ashe Ashe-viJle,
viJle, Ashe-viJle, N. c, for another look at those mules.

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Edward (Lucky) Luckenbach
Totes Today s Ton-of-honor

Under sunnyskies, the freighter Edward Luckenbach
was locked through Catun today with the Canal's first bil billionth
lionth billionth ton of cargo aboard.
It was a ton of cotton bound from New York to Los Angeles.
Her master, Capt. R. A. Carhart, received a framed scroll from Gov
W.E.Potter.
The honor of carrvina the billionth ton fell to the Lurkenhnrh thmnnh fw i..rtu

accidents.
Another freiahter. the
or business yesterday. But

n ore snip, rne jonrore, would rnen have had the fortunate South Four transit
but she was riding in ballast.
So the 7870 aross-ton Luckenbach moved un from "Snnfh Five" f fL L. l-

.
or. She is carrying general
sums.
But that billionth ton,
Am the heavily laden flag
dressed Luckenbach inched into
the lower chamber at Gatun she
was met by an estimated 2000
people who were strung out on
all lock levels. Almost everyone
had a camera; many people had
Hoisted under the direction
of wck pnm JWrmaBghter,
big flag of the major mari-
ttrrie nations anf the shipping
lues using the canal were fly fly-ihg
ihg fly-ihg from the lock walls and
the enclosure.
The control house was deco decorated
rated decorated in red-white-and blue
blue bunting. Each lock mule
flew a big American flag.
On the lock walls, Perry Pran Pran-cey
cey Pran-cey of Payne .and Wardlaw, a a-gent
gent a-gent for the billionth ton (and
all other tons aboard the Luck Luckenbach)
enbach) Luckenbach) was wai'cinK with the
official party.
J. H. Gesinte of Wilford and
McKay, agents for the ship, was
also on hand, mopping his brow.
The honor had come so sudden
ly, Gesink could remember few
details about the vessel which
had spent last night discharg discharging
ing discharging cargo in Cristobal.
He'd lost a $20 bet, he add added,
ed, added, thinking the Slxaola, a
United Fruit ship, would get
the nod.
After Canal pilpt Capt. Ken
neth Koscoe had eased the Luc Luckenbach
kenbach Luckenbach 'to the center of the
locks, capt. Carhart stepped off
and was welcomed by Potter to
bunting draped platform
where the Marine Director,
Capt. Warner 8. Rod iman,
chairman of the event, opened
;ne ceremonies.
Rodiman told the crowd It
had taken the transits of more
than a quarter of a million ships
to bring the total cargo up to
the billionth ton. Each ship, he
said, brings an average cargo of
2800 tons, enough for 85 freight
cars.

Youna America, looked like

she came in four hours late,
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cargo, including phosphates,
Capt. Carhart said, is cotton
If loaded In railroad ears, ha
said the cargo that has tran transited
sited transited would girdle the earth at
the equator more than seven
times.
Rodiman then introduced in individual
dividual individual men who typify those
who perform the direct duties of
putting tn snips wrougn. 0ei

ed near tha platform, each rrtaUrr Then "tfi

roje to cknowledge his intro
auwion, Tney were:
For Marine Traffic ContiWIW
Thorwald Forstrom.
For Signalmen Rlc h a t d
Thompson. (He Is a Jamaican
who came here In early timet;
has 28 years service with the
Canal, now lives In Colon).
For Lockmtsters Thomas
Lutro.
For Control House Operators Operators-Arthur
Arthur Operators-Arthur Crusey.
For Towing Locomotive Oper
ators Norman McLaren.
For Aids To Navigation
jesse Tate, who is acting chief
of the section.
For Boardinar Officers Lio
nel Ewlng.
For pilots Capt. Harold
Longmore.
For Tugboat Masters John
Wheaton, Master, of the tug
Cardenas.
Rodiman also recognl zed
Charles Thomas, a former tow tow-ine
ine tow-ine locomotive operator, later a
foreman at Gatun. Retiree
Thomas, who represented the
old timers, had 38 years service.
KOftiman introduced rotter
who addressed his speech in
part to the representatives of
foreign g o v e rnments. This
group was headed by Foreign
Minister Aqullino Boyd, repre represent
sent represent ng Panama.
Potter stressed that when the
locks opened every facility the
crowd saw there toriav was In
place and in operation.
He praised the farsightedness
of the Hanal nlanner nnH sairi
he hoped decisions being made

the frnnt cnilr f fit Ure

so was put on a later schedule.
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beans and lots of other food-
today would prove as wise In ttf
ugnt oi time.
The Governor also had a 'spe 'special
cial 'special word for the shipping agents
who "put cash on the barrel
head" for transits.
Tall, slender, modest-lookin
cuun, muacsi-ioownt
dajong voice to
IMTffefSHR re!osrded
whHe tWI 'crond broke
uainart found strong volcayjL
uisnii pott
his shim
ranks.
Everybody just stood around,
taktaf pictures, greetlag oUR
tr ends nd saying what
fine dav it ,mi. k. i ... j
kenbach was lifted to the next
level and aimed for the close
lock ;ates Vhere Potter stood
ready to cot a big red ribbon
tied from rate to gate. J
Meanwhile the losing SantqWl
had overtaken the Luckenbach
and was transiting through the
west chamber. "n
Potter got a cheer from the
crowd as he rut rh riKKr..
Mothers lifted babies high over
uicir neaas, teuing them:
can sav you saw it
As Potter came back to
lock wall he was besieged
irenarers and others
wanien a but of ribbon. Us
the hi of final eh....
snipped off pieces for a doieS
or more youngsters.
As the crowd frnnnorf mu
mules tugged at the twn china
which in a matter of mlmiMi
were out in Gatun Lake bound
for Balboa. ,TT
A visitor from Ashoviil
Carolina, had a big time 'at the
ceremony. "'IB,
He is Dow Walker who han
dled the first mule that pulled
me fliicun uirougn oatun
the Canal's opening dav i;
KUu 1311.
Walker also was on th
mule that nailed the Ai
through again on the Canal's
om anniversary.
With Mrs. walker, he's back
here visiting friends.
It was also recalled today
that another Luckenbach ship,
the Pleiades, made the Canal'
first commercial transit north northbound
bound northbound on Ausr. 18. 1914 ,2T
Among the most active photo
snappers were a group of tour tourists
ists tourists sent from the Pacific Sid
by Boyd Brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wood on
their way home to Long Beach,
Calif., from Lima were fascin fascinated
ated fascinated by the unexpected event on
their tour. Another interestedi
tourist was Mrs. Frances Young
of Aberdeen, South Dakoti.
The losing Young America had
as her master. Capt. William
Tell.
Wa'ierfront wugs were won
dering whether he could have
produced apples for the bil billionth
lionth billionth ton. had he out on more'.
speed yesterday.
Representatives
Coon, Stead
Arrive On Isthmus
U.S. Reps. Sam Coon, (R-Qre.
and Tom steea, (D-Okla.)
among the passengers ar
in Cristobal today from
York aboard the Panama
Panama.
Accompanied by their y
they will visit the Canal

during the stop-over of the i



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THE MAIL BOX

FLOORED

1 i A. i.li T'm iMat tn aniieamlxh ftbOllt

jwme Panama irjonos ri-T'Sr.tarf..

sanitation or lack 01 it in ranamas niwm u
tfow what do you think of this?
there's a rather clean-looking place not far : from the Zqne
, lin which has a good snack trade from "over, the border and
amdhg the American colony in Panama. . .:
; 1 ordered a grilled cheese sandwich and a cuplwfee.
. -As the cook handed my foodstuff to the prtflttotor, the
sleek sandwich shd off and landed whole on the floor.
1 The proprietor told the cook to fix me a fresh one. Nice
fcanttation, think I. But the sandwich didn't go into the gar.
J The proprietor picked it up and. put it on a plate just
J inside the kitchen door.
In a few momenta, my waitress came by, scooped up the
j sandwich and was about to serve it to me. The proprietor re-
j Tnen the proprietor retrieved the floorbome sandwich and
'brought it out to the counter.
At that moment, one of better-known saleswomen beggars
of the town arrived. Poor soul, I thdught, she'll get the sand sand-J
J sand-J wich. But all, I thought it's probably cleaner than some of
' h'l?ftU"e fftrwoman l00ked the sltuation cver, Mked for
M Just then "my fresh sandwich arrived, luscious and tasty.
As I bit Into It the proprietor cut the discarded sandwich in
5 half, drew a cup of coffee to go with it and started nibbling

away. We enjoyed lunch togetner, you mignt say.
i Am I overly suspicious in thinking that if I had not hap-
Sperfcd to see the first sandwich hit the floor, I would have
been eating it Instead of the proprietor?
J Munching, I recalled another scene In this same place a
J few years ago, when it was under different management.
f As I drank a glass of tomato juice, I was startled to see
J the nurse in charge of the proprietor's grandson start hosing
i the little boy down in the sink of the soda fountain lnstalla-
I' tioii where most cafes wash their glasses.
When I demonstrated with grandpop, he said, "Oh, but the
glasses are not washed there. They are washed in the. kitchen.
Afrr that. T drank the i nice Out Of the call.

W Some Like It Clean

Labor News
And
Comment

"Let's Be Foir-What's Your Side of the Story?"

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TREATY BLUES

and
lose

I am a US citizen working for the Armed services.

married to a Panama businessman. After Dec. 31 will I

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:.. t mav m ab n r t t ham ram u s

1) Panama uanai commissary pnvueRcs,
2) Unlimited post exchange privileges;

if J) Duty-free liquor and gasoline; i
4) A CZ post office box.
Heretofore I have listed my children as income tax exemp exemp-5
5 exemp-5 tlons. Will this be another luxury I have to forfeit?
j incidentally, this letter was not Written on government
time. I used a typewriter I bought at US Army salvage, along
with a refrigerator (for a friend) some months ago.
Maybe I should have been smart like a friend of mine who,
in anticipation of the coming event, has hoarded enough Com Com-1
1 Com-1 missary goods to start a store of her own.
If things get too bad, I can always quit. I'll have plenty
ef time to enjpy my beautiful swimming pool, my home In Bella
Vista, and consume my duty free liquor that I did manage to

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y VICTOR RIESIL
Nobody has asked me, but if I
were an internationally famous la labor
bor labor leader. I would walk out of my

modernistic private office some
with cvmnisium or telephone-e

quipped private bathrooms attach

ed ana run, not waut, w uie neat neatest
est neatest international' airport.

I would fly to the Austrian-Hungarian
border hot only to prove
that I meant what I had been say

ing for years about the solidarity

of free world labor, Dut to give
courage to the street fighters of
Budapest. For those street fighters

the man sow being blown to bits

or tnrown ,imo muqay-oouomea

cells, are worfef and workers'
leaders.
They are the chiefs of the Work

ers Councils. They are the strike

leaders only this time the strike
is against the most brutal and

toughest employer of all, the Soviet

Union, surely a trust and monopo monopoly.
ly. monopoly. This IS a strike for better living
conditions, higher wages, better
pensions and the right to hold one's
nead high. This is the ultimate
slrike of all. Only the other day I
earned first hand why it is that
men strike with their lives and
why they must chance dyint to
win. They cannot live longer, or
they wouid not be men, just beasts
of borden.

I sat in a small mom with an

intelligence officer sent into the
free world by the Hungarian revol revol-utionaries.
utionaries. revol-utionaries. 1 could not see his face;

yet ne wore a mask.
He told me What slarvati.in ,,f

the spirit as well as the stomach
meant. I listened and one strangei
ludicrous note kept running

mrcugn my mind, despite the horl
ror of greater denrivatinn I in

told me how the Communist state
stole the workers' ivacrs it. pvn

had a spy to pick up the tips left

ior waiters in Budapest restaur restaurants.
ants. restaurants. We talked of wages. A top Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian executive earns a maxim maximum
um maximum of $12.50 a week. An average
factory worker makes $7.70 week weekly.
ly. weekly.

A skilled worker picks up a pay
envelope stuffed with all nt tin a

week.

The minimum factory wage is
little over six dollars each pay
day. There are long 12 and 14 hour
speeded up days in between. And

me cost oi living is higher than in

me u.o.

A faiililv nf four incnrAinn t

. -I vwiuiu8 uj
the official Hun ffflriS n Onvprnm ant

statistics shown me, must spend
at least $10 each Week to keep bo body
dy body and tortured soul together.
This means, that the wife and
kids must wok too or starve.

Want to buv sFuft-. in Riirfanct

just an inexpensive, poor quality

sun, wnicn mey ii let you wear
oven if it doesn't fit? That will cost

you uuie over the equivalent of
$21 or about three weeks pay. An
inexpensive shirt will tiro i nk

,. .

nan a ween s worx. A pair of shoes
removes $8 from the worker's kit kitty
ty kitty or better than an avro.

week's pay.

Thus these t,hrP mmna iio.n..

will eat up more than a month's
wages. And a suit of good quality
would cost six week's oav Re.

member all ye who go into this
holiday season complaining, an av average
erage average American working Joe can
buy a good suit, a good shirt and
a good pair of shoes for less than
one week's wages, if we take, for
example, the average steel or auto
worker s rates.

L ?r
As for food, the average Hungar Hungar-tan
tan Hungar-tan diet consists nf UmA iw.t.

peas and beans. These are cheap.
Mill if thm U. ,.. 1

v.v mc Hungarian. worKcr IS
lucky, h,e might, just might, get a
meat dish once a week. It takes
seven hours of work to buy : 2
pounds of pork. For five hours work
he can get two pounds of beef. An
American worker can buy the
same amount but better quality
food for an hour's pay.

Yet professional Communist pro propagandists
pagandists propagandists were assigned to bo

trom ooor to door saying that the
VYtst and its caDitalism wr ni.

lapsing. We are supposedly starv-

m?. American laoor leaders could
disprove that they could stroll
the border and shout across it that
the outside world has not yet giv given
en given up trying to help.

I H i &TrBJBHBBBH,

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Merry-Go-Round

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WASHINGTON It isn't featur- necoomic straws In the wind which

Corky Ruarky
B BOB RUARK

T.nnni tanhanyika. East

iv1a Th reason t am here

is my wife Is in the cork busi

ness. Tne corK wanppr du du-ness,
ness, du-ness, thajt is. And I can't stand
it any longer, so I ran away.

Taoora am i mucn. na uu""
A hi a Air onH t.h tsetse flies

cu M.vn
have reduced my weight about

two stone, as tne miwu ojr.
Butt it's better than the cork
wallpaper business. Anything is
better than the cork wallpaper
business.
Mother told me not to marry
an interior decorator, but ho, I
was a wise guy and wouldn't 11s 11s-6en.
6en. 11s-6en. It wasn't until I caught

Mrs; Virginia Webb Ruaric plant

ing phliodenaron in my ems
that I decided mother might
have had a point and when

this cork paper business came

up, I Knew tne oia iaay wa uu

right. ... .r

Let me tea you BDout mis
business. First you buy, .rent, or

biacka cork Mtory m Faiairu

tell, spam, xnis is expeni

and guess wno pays ior out

nis ege; moneyr
Then you corral a lot of seedy
niH onrV full nf holes not eood

enonirh even to filter smoke

through the cigarette ends. Then
hir the DnPontS. or some-

feody, ito Invent a plastic process

thot ivl nw VOI IO SUCK U1C

mnrm .holed cork on a base that

won't fall off except when the

dogs eat it.
bv this if.im t have written

two books and a movie, just to

break even, ano me coon smi
burns the toast.
Now, a man's home is suppos supposed
ed supposed to be his castle, but don't you
believe it. My home is not a cas castle.
tle. castle. It is a warehouse for the
cork industry.

Vufee.nt.ives who couldn't make

a living in a pudding factory sit
around drinking my booze and
talking cork.
It sounds like this: Widths,
feet, color fas, sound qualities,
decorative value, Louis Bowen
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ENVOY? General Douglas
MacArthur may be appointed
U.S. ambassador to the Philip Philippines
pines Philippines on request of President
Ramon Magsaysay, according
to a report from Manila. Mac Mac-Arthur,
Arthur, Mac-Arthur, with many years of ex experience
perience experience in Filipino affairs,
would succeed Albert Nufer,
who died recently.

wholesale-retail export permits,
contracts, saleability, and, dar-

line, we've run out of gin again,

would you mind?

Tney have papered tne oatn oatn-room
room oatn-room in cork; my typewriter Is
upholstered In cork. There is
cork on the floor, cork samples

hung on the walls, cork on the

animals, and cork in bed.
The only cork I care for Is in
bottles, and we don't even per permit
mit permit that word mentioned any

more. "Stopper" is what I call

it.
The cook ruined the fis,h a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. Mama was over in Palafru Palafru-gell
gell Palafru-gell counting holes In the cork.
We had to get new passports
lately, and when we filled out.
the forms you can belt she didn't
put down "Housewife." "Fabrl "Fabrl-cahte"
cahte" "Fabrl-cahte" Is what she wrote. "Man "Manufacturer"
ufacturer" "Manufacturer" of something called
Panel de Corcho.
The Cubans edt a sohg called

"Caslta de Papel," and that is

what I am iMntm, a biooay
cork-hOWse.

It ht wgen-wree years in
time, lb years off my life, and a
century off my disposition for
the old lady to become a manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer of Papel. de Cdrchq.
It is hand-woven, or some something,
thing, something, and between the labor
and the gin that has been con consumed
sumed consumed in the executive confer conferences,
ences, conferences, nobody but a Rockefeller
can afford it. Up to now her on only
ly only market is me, and I am about
tapped out.
I got a favor to ask. If you

happen to run Into this product,
please ,please, don't buy any.
Bankruptcy is the onlv way I
can get out of Tanganyika, and
the sooner the better.
It is awful lonesome down
here with the tseise flies and the
hyenas, and I don't even try to
tell the loud-mouthed birda to
cork their beaks.
I have come to hate the wqrd.

ed i.n th headhnes. but fcisen

bower advisers are just about as
much worried over domestic fis fiscal
cal fiscal policy as they are about inter international
national international war jitters.
IT S covernment bonds have

now dropped to the lowest point
since the collapse ef World War I
Liberty Bonds in the Harding Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration. Simultaneously, the government
is now paying the highest interest
rate since the bank holiday at the
end of the Hoover Administration

in 19333.3.174 per cent.
This- has had several serious e
rnnnmic effects:

1. A mistrust of government

credit which could become danger
ous.

2. Curtailment of credit to small

business. The Eisenhower Aamis Aamis-tration
tration Aamis-tration has beep, receiving such a
HphiBft of complaints that the Of

fice of Small Business of the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department, afte,r three
years of hand-sitting, is finally go-

ing OUl W Dig CH1B5 W Jiuiu t'

al meetings.
3. The big banks are making
more money than ever, thanks to
high interest rates. On the last is is-iue
iue is-iue of government paper at 3.174
per cent, the banks wer able to

r.orrow at the t eaerai neserve ioi
3 ner cent. i,hen turn around and

use this money to buy government
paper for a profit of one-sixth of
1 per cent.
4. The little investor who bought

government bonds in good faith is
now stuck.
INFLATION HITS
LITTLE BILLOW

Here's what's happened to the
small investor. He bought Series
E bonds after listening to the Trea Treasury's
sury's Treasury's appeal of patriotism, and
he must keep tham "locked in"

for 10 years in, order to get the 3

per cent interest rate. They are not

negotiable. Also, t'tey are taxaoie.

Meanwhile the market has drop dropped
ped dropped on some bonds and he is left

holding the bag.

Municipal bonds which are tax
exempt are generally higher. They
pay interest rates of as high as
4-V4 per cent,

At the same time, prices oi 1000,
clothing, almost everything else
has gone up, while the value of
some government bonds has gone
down.
So the patriotic citizen who an answered
swered answered his country's call to help
finance the wir and defense spend spending
ing spending is now twice hit: (1) by infla inflation.
tion. inflation. (2) by the tight money policy

which 1ias raised interest rates to

about 50 per cent more than he
sate from his IS bonds.

The drop in some government

bond values to $89, the lowest

since the Hardine Administration,

results, of course, from the sale of

new government bones at a hign
er interest rate.

Some advisers blame this on the
high discount rate of'the Federal
eserve Board which they point

out is independent tf th Treasury
However. Secretary of the Trea

sury Humphrey, 'hough at first

skeptical of the high discount rate,

has now endorsed it as a neces

sary brake on inflation.
On the other hand, Dr. Arthur
Burns, Eisenhower's chief econo economic
mic economic adviser, resigned because of
his opposition to the continued high
rediscount rate. ,,mm
The depressed stock market, the
slowing rate of plant expansion,
plus lessened auto production were

worried him.

Note Congressman Wright Pat Pat-man
man Pat-man of Texas, most faithful friend
of small business, plans a full full-scale
scale full-scale probe of government fiscal
policy when Congress gets back to
Washington.
Ml R RY-CO- ROUND
Sir Charles Taylor, a London ho hotel
tel hotel executive, feared the British
Empire had fallen apart while he
was in Washington attending the
recent International Hotel Conven Convention.
tion. Convention. As Taylor wa sending a cable
home, a young Tady clerk in a
Washington telegraph office asked
him in wide-eyed innocence: 'Eng 'England?
land? 'England? Do you mind, telling me,
sir, if that is a separate country?'
Assistant Secretary of Commerce
Mueller, holding a Small Business
Opportunity conference in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland last week, promised plenty of
business to Ohio small business in
the future. ... Joseph P. Adams is

the only active pilot on the Civil

Aeronautics Board and one of the
few government officials, outside

oi tne military services, who ean

fly a jjet plane. Adams can-also
fly a helicopter. He is a former

U.S. Marine Corps, pilot ... Mas Massachusetts'
sachusetts' Massachusetts' two Senators Salton Salton-stall,
stall, Salton-stall, Republican; and Kennedy,
Democrat will get more power
in the next Congress, Saltonstall
as chairman of the Senate Repub Republican
lican Republican Conference, Kennedy as a
member of the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committee.... The Repub Republican
lican Republican National Committee will
send field representatives to build
up GOP strength in districts they
lost in th: November election.
Reed Benson, son of Ok Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of Agriculture, has jtlready been
sent to Pennsylvania Hmd New
York. Young Benson made more
political speeches during the camp camp-aign
aign camp-aign than any other Republican
except Vice President Nixon. Oth Other
er Other field representatives will be as as-sighed
sighed as-sighed their fence-building jobs
next month ... The House Ways

and Means committee will call
tax boss Russell Harrington on the
carpet to oxplain why he isn't col collecting
lecting collecting as much taxes. The Cong Congressmen
ressmen Congressmen will charge that decen decentralization
tralization decentralization of the Internal Revenue
Service has caused a drop in tax
collection.

j bHEAFFERS g '"A
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reis just one pipeline still
carrying oil from the Arab conn conn-tris
tris conn-tris to the Mediterranean. The
others, originally laid to circum circumvent
vent circumvent tanker transportation through
the Suez Canal, have been chop chopped
ped chopped off by the Arab cpuntries
through which they flow.

e one pipeline still flowing is

at owned by the Arabiea-AmBr.

ican Oil Company from Saudi 'A 'A-rabia
rabia 'A-rabia to Sidon on the eastlrn Me Mediterranean.
diterranean. Mediterranean. It carries 320,M0 bar bar-rels
rels bar-rels a day and is running to capa capacity.
city. capacity. Inside reason why It Is operating
when all other lines have been cut
is a pledge given by Aranfco that
not a drop of this oil shall reach
the British and French, j
The Saudi Arabia Government
threatened to blow up the iipehne,
dynamite oil facilities, andTdesiroy
oil wells in Saudi Arabia ii any- of
this oil got to the French and Brit British.
ish. British. So Aramco agreed.
Aramco Is owned 30 per fcent by
Standard. of New Jersey, 30 per
cent by Standard of California, 30
per cent by the Texas Company
and 10 per cent by Socony Mobil.
The interesting thing is that two
American ambassadors to England
and France have been intimately
connected with these same big oil
companies which are not boycot boycotting
ting boycotting the countries tn which

diplomats are accredited.

Winthrop Aldrich, ambassador to
Ldndon, is the brother-in-law of
the Rockefeller family, which con-
tr Hlndrt ot N J- wl Stand Stand-ardNrfalifornia.
ardNrfalifornia. Stand-ardNrfalifornia. Douglas( Dillon, ambassador; to
Frarice, was .part of the Dillon
Reed, investment firm which help helped
ed helped puJ;tbeJ,Arablan-American oil
combine tegtther.

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Sports, Politics
Hit Peru Papers
LIMA, Peru, Dec. 12 (UP) One
political ami one sports scandal
icade big newt in Peru today.

Bethel Church To
Receive 8 Members
On Sunday at 11 a.m. the
Bethel Mission Church In Parai
so will receive Into its fold eight
new members. Ttoese converts
-who were baptised last Sndv
night by the pastor, Rev. W. H.
Stewart, will receive their frst
communion from the pastor aft after
er after taking the church covenant.
Other scheduled activities are
Sunday school at 3 pm.; Gospel
service at 7:15 p.m.; Young peo people's
ple's people's Society Monday at 7:30
pm-: Mid-week Christian Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship on Wednesday at 7:30

Thursday at 8:30 n.m a rordial of bribery -and fraud in

invitation is extended to the connection with betting on games
general public. Iplayed by their teams.

Dr. Miguel Cmiquipiondo, direc director
tor director general of prisons, was din din-missed
missed din-missed by the government, and

Jorge Donate Pastor, warden of

the Central Men's Prison hare was
arrested en charges of permitting
the sale of narcotics to inmates.
At the same time, the presidents
of five first division professional
soccer clubs were arrested on

Electric Conversion
For Navy is Awarded
To Panama Business

For Your Shopping Convenience

our

BRANCH STORE
Will remain open until 9:00 p.m.
every night until Christmas

No.

MAIN STORE
22-M Central Ave.
Phone a-1773

BRANCH STORE
No. 18-80 Tivoli Ave.
Phone 2-2126

The District Public Works Of

ficer, 15th Naval District, has

awarded a contract for the elec electrical
trical electrical conversion of the Navv's

Pacific terminal activities from
36 to 60 cycle.
The successful bidder was L.
R. Sommer, whose bid of $828 -110
was the lowest of three re received.
ceived. received. Other bidders for the
work were Electric Service Co.
of Panama, $842,762 and the Y
A. Jones construction Co. of
Charlotte, n.C, $1,019,535.
The work involves the conver conversion
sion conversion of the Navy's electrical fre frequency
quency frequency sensitive apparatus in
the Pacific Terminal area, in
eluding electrical distribution
systems, substations, standby

power plants, as well as domes

tic and industrial equipment.

Approximately two years will lie

required to complete the work

with the first cut over to 60 cy

cle power scheduled for May
1957 at the Naval Radio Station

Summit.

This is the second and final
contract covering the electrical

conversion of Naval activities in
the Canal Zone. Conversion of
the Atlantic terminal activities
is also being accomplished by

proximately 40 per oent com com-uplete.
uplete. com-uplete. Completion of the Navy's

conversion at the Atlantic Ter

l minar is anticipated by
J 1957.

t Lint

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Sailings

Sen. Mike J. Mansfield, (D (D-Mont.),
Mont.), (D-Mont.), Rep. Sam Coon, (R-Ore.)
and Rep. Tom Steed, (D-Okla.)
head the list of 45 passengers
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday aboard the Panama lin

er Panama. They will be accom
panied by their wives.
Mansfield arrived on the Isth

mus yesterday while both Coon
and Steed were due in Cristobal
today from New York aboard the

Panama.

Two passengers are booked for
Port-au-Prince. Haiti. They are
Mrs. Btasena M. De Pina and Ge-

rardo Jimenez.

The complete advance passenger
i; r t is

usi ior new lorn ionows:
Mrs. Minerva Abeles; Mrs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Applebaum: Mr. and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Baggott; Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Bieeard; Mr. and Mrs. John R.

Blandford; Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon

Coblentz; Margaret js. con ion ion-Rep,
Rep, ion-Rep, and Mrs. Sam Coon; Mr. ana
Mrs. Robert W. Disque; Mrs.
Heatley Dulles; Mr. and Mrs. Rene

G. Estrmeaut and 2 children ana

maid; Roger Haker; Martin Hes Hes-sion;
sion; Hes-sion; Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Hill;
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Hus Husbands.
bands. Husbands. Mr- and Mrs. Newton Johnson;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lee; Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Levine; Senator and Mrs. Mike

Mansfield; Mr. ana Mrs. u. u. ran
uvc T.nnisc Peters: David M

Rosenfeld; Orvel Sebring; Rep. and
Mrs. Tom Steed; Francis R.;

Mav Glenn A. Walker; Alexander ana

Hilda B. Wrotzlau.

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West can defeat the contract in
today's hand by a very sinmle

play. An expert would make this
play in his sleep, which shows

how easy it is once the situation
is recognized.
West opened the three of

spades, and East wins the first
trick with the king. East returns
the nine of spades, and South

piays tne queen.

if west is stampeded into

mg ms ne win never

iaKe another trick. The defenders

win get the king of clubs in ari

dition to these two spade tricks,
but South will easily make the

rest.

is cot cu ueieai me contract by
refusing to take the second trick

wnn nis ace or spades! South
must go after the clubs, and East
will win a trick with his king.
When East returns his remaining

spade, West can take the ace of

spaaes ana men can continue with
two more established spades The
contract is thus defeated with four
spade tricks and the king of clubs
How does West kaow that he
should refuse the s e c o n d spade
trick? His partner, East, is sup-
Sd t0 .Lead .back his hihst
spade In this situation. East has
ed back the nine of pades, thus
indicating that South must still
hold the queen and jack. This
gives West the whole picture
though all the cards were face up
on the table.

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GOVERNOR GREETS AMBASSADOR Governor and Mrs. W. E. Potter and Lt. General and
Mrs. William K. Harrison, greet Rafael Fuentcs, Mexican Ambassador to Panama upon his
arrival at a reception Riven by Governor and Mrs. Potter in honor of General and Mrs. Har Harrison
rison Harrison at the Governor's residence in Balboa HeiRhts. Prom left to right are Mrs. Potter, Mrs.
Hajrison, General Harrison, Governor Potter and Ambassador Fuentes.

FRENCH AMBASSADOR AND MRS. LIONEL VASSE
WILL FETE THE HARRISONS AT DINNER TONIGHT

i i The French Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse will give
f dinner tonight in honor of Lt. General William K. Harrf.
' in and Mrs. Harrison, who will be leaving the Isthmus
i (Won.

Gen. Harrison is the Commanding oenerai oi uie Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Command.

8 Net's Wives
iv Sundowner Party
)The Pacific Sido Pilots' Wives
gave a Sundowner Party in the
a sin lounge of Albrook Officers'
ufion Saturday.
Tw ldungc was decorated in a
Chfiftmas rootu'. An arrangement
oi piiowy whitt driftwood .and
pfltts with blue tinsel .stars,' form,
efl we centerpiece for the buffet
table.
1 1
jle punch bowl table was decor-
nmnn tanpre in nnn rah.

nmr pvuu vv. a .... unu vu.-
djeftbrum; the other with a 5 point-

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ed Christmas tree candelabrum.

The object of the party was w

show the pilots the charity work

their wives had accomplished. On On-display
display On-display were tHree complete ward wardrobes
robes wardrobes for three little orphans girls.
Each wardrobe was complete with
shoes, dresses, underwear, shirts,
jeans, shorts raincoats, cotton
sweaters and even pocketbooks

and costume jewelry. The children
will receive their gifts for Christ

mas.
Those who attended the party
were Mrs. John, T. Barrett, Capt.

and Mrs. Kenneth L. Bivin, Capt

and Mrs. Peter Bolton; with Miss
Marjorie Monje and her mother,

Mrs. Lilian Monje oi Ann Arbor,

Michigan, house guests of Capt.
and Mrs. Bolton, Capt. and Mrs.

Robert F. -Boyd, Capt. and MM,
Walter C. Cole, Mrs. John L. Con

nard, Mrs. Evan G. Evans, Capt.
and Mrs. Gilbert L. Fritts Mrs.

Frank J. Harrington, Capt. and
Mrs. Leonard S. Hart Capt. and

Mrs. Irving G. Hay, Capt. and
Mrs. William C. Hearon Capt. and
Mrs. Mortimer C. Hill Mrs. Geo.
F, Hudson, Capt. and Mrs. H. R.
Johnson, and Mrs Bjpss Babbidge,
mother of Mrs. Johnson, Capt. and
Mrs. S. E. Johnson Mrs. Harold T.
Longmore, Mrs. Hugh, Maloney,
Capt. and Mrs. Jens Nilsen, Capt.

and Mrs. Sidney W. Peterson

Capt. and Mrs. William W. Reid,

Mrs. Howard J. Schwartzman. and

her mother, Mrs. Ruth Elders,

MEETINGS

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Each notice for inclusion in this
column should bo lubmitted in
typo -written term and mailed to on
oi the box numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telephone.

Collet Club

Study Group

Meott Tomorrow

Members of the Canal Zone Col

lege Club are invited to attend the
Study Group which will meet to

morrow morning at 9:30 o clock at

the home of Mrs. bdward A. uoa-

lan, No. 205, Cashew Place, Balboa
Heifihts. The discussion at this
meeting, which is the fourth in a

series of talks on money manage

ment for women, will be Banking

and Bank Services. Mrs. r red J.

Gerhardt will assist Mrs. Doolan

as co-hostess.

Bertram T. Clayton
Loaion Post No. 7

Will Moot Tonight

The newly reorganized. Bertram

T. Clayton American Legion rosi

number 7 will hold a special meet-
w at 7-an tnnishf. commander

Harold Wright has announced.
The special meeting is being call called
ed called to nominate officers for the

cbming year, Wright sar rne post
was reorganized last week after
bout a year of inactivity.

An oiioihio veterans are urged to

iw rnooHnu tonieht. The

post is located above the Corozal

industrial area nre iiauuu.
Raval Kino George

Lodge No. 17

Moots Tomorrow
. i-i n nf he rival

A special iiiccmi6
King George Lodge :No 17 win bel

held rnursaay nigm i
place of business.
f m 1L. H.nn inr, Will

The purpose oi me iumuih
be the nomination and election of
officers. .r ,.,ft

The meeting win oem v

Bartenders, Walters

And Cooks union

Ine BBiieiiuvi",
Cooks Union will hold an impor-

tant meeting w i''
at the new meeting hall CaUe Mon-
teserin No. 17-71.

Waiters, Darienoers nu
, u- iintoi v.i Panama are es-

irom mo wv.
peclany asked to attend.

MANY FOODS PLENTIFUL
FO RCHRISTMAS SEASON
By GAYNOR MADDOX

NIA Food and Markets IdiUr
American agriculture hangs ma many
ny many good foods on the tree of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas plenty. Heading the list arc
broilers and fryers and canned
sweet corn.
The complete national list, as re reported
ported reported by the United States De Department
partment Department of Agriculture, includes
turkey, beef and pork, too. Here
are the othe Items of the Decem December
ber December plentiful list:
Potatoes, eggs, milk and dairy

products, lard, peanut butter, cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, onions, winter pears dates

dried prunes canned purple
plums.
Using the plentiful corn this
casserole goes handsomely with
meat.
Scalloped Corn and Onions
(o servings)
Two tablespoons butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, 1 minced green pepper, 2
tablespoons flour, cup juice
from No.. 3Q3 can whole kernel
corn, 1 No. 303 can whole kernel
corn, drained; 1 '4-ounce" can
sliced mushrooms, 1 No. 303, can
whole onions, drained, Vi teaspoon
salt, Vi teaspoon pepper, 1 cup
crushed cracker crumbs.
In skillet, saute green pepper
in fat until tender. Sprinkle on
flour. Stir in: cream and juice

drained from corn. Cook, stirring

until smooth and thickened, Add
drfined corn, sliced mushrooms,

enu

onions, salt and pepper. Turn into
I0x6x2-i n c h greased casserole.
Sprinkle with crumbs. Bake 30
minutes or until bubbly.
MONDAY'S DINNER: Pan Pan-broiled
broiled Pan-broiled hamburgers, French fried
potatoes, scalloped corn and on onions,
ions, onions, soft rolls, butter or marga margarine,
rine, margarine, 'spiced applesauce, nut
cookies, coffee, tea, milk.

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Mrs. William e. """'":vi7;h
.nri Mrs. Howard L. Wentwqrth

Capt and Mrs. Vernon t. white whitehead
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(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Priest is Defrocked
Cast into Darkness,
Then Comes a Prayer

CHESTER, SaHJtand", Dee. Mff

(VV) A church court toaay un

frocked the Rev. Philip SUonn
isherl white swim-

iiing and turned up months later

With a woman irom nis pouau.
Ti,. TtUknn nt Chester sen

tenced Ross to bo "removed, de de-nnerl
nnerl de-nnerl anrl rlecraded" after he

pleaded guilty in absentia to
charges including adultery and
abandonment of his church.
Pneo was nresnmed dead in Au

gust, 1955, after his clothes were

found on a urmsn Deacn. ne was
lotoH trafprl tn Switzerland.

in u.mvwm w -'

The 52-year-old churchman was
cited for trial before the Consis Consis-Tmipt.
Tmipt. Consis-Tmipt. nf Chester Cathedral.

which is empowered to deal with

religious cases under ine tinusn
constitution.
Rishnn Herald Ellison nresided

over the court in a lofty stone

room of the old cathedral. Ross
did not attend but submitted a
written admission of the charges
and consent to the jrocecdinas.

Ellion conducted the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings ;n 11 minutes ami closed the

hearing with a prayer alter order ordering
ing ordering Ross dismissed from the
priesthood.

Better Check
Th' Stub
DETROIT, Dec. 12 (UP) -Blindfolded,
Rosalyn Depaulis
reached into a jar containing
about 1,000 names to draw the
name of a raffle winner. She
pulled out her own name and
won a 'toaster.

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CARD O

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Mr., John C. Wallace and family with to express
sincere "appreciation to their friends for the
kindness shown during their recent bereavement.
Colon, December 12th, 1956.

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Douglas. Madam
Announce Birth
at Diuahttr

Mr. and Mrs. Douglai Maduro
announce the birth of a daughter

on Dec. 5 at the San Fernando
Clinic. Mr i. Maduro and infant, Gi Gins,
ns, Gins, returned to thr hone in Co Colon
lon Colon today.
Materrtal m-andDWents are Mr.

nd Mrs. E. A. Fidanque of Great

Neck, New York aid th nateraaU Jack Coflman, Mrs. F. J

arananareutt are Mi. and

Clifford Maduro of Colon.

Mrs

Mrs. James B. Nichols
Wins Blue Ribbon
Mrs. James B. Nichols, wife of
Col. James B. Nichols, USAKCA USAKCA-RIB
RIB USAKCA-RIB veterinarian, was awarded

first prize blue ribbon for her cut

tiower arrangement at mo no ay
night's flower show at the YMCA-
JW.
Her arrangement of torch ginger
admired by many of the 500 spec spectators
tators spectators who attended the show.
Mrs. Nichols exhibited two oil
paintings in the recent Canal Zone
Art league show, which was hung
at the Hotel Tivoli.
Miss Mary Alice Hlcka
Arrives From States
Miss Mary Alice Hicks, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Hicks of Balboa arrived on the
Isthmus Friday from Chicago, Il Illinois
linois Illinois where she his recently com completed
pleted completed nurse's training at West
Suburban Hospital, Oak Park, Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, c
Miss Hicks' wedding to Mr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth D. Kelley of Coleman, Texas
will take place Dec. 20 at the First
Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights. All friends of the young
ouple are cordially invited.
liar. Keiley will arrive on the
Isthmus Friday, Dec. 14 from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Ilinois. He will be the house
guest of i)r. and Mrs. Robert A.
Chapmao, of Ancon.
Am,, i W Ellis will arrive
on the li.iiwus Saturday, from
Houston, iexas to attend the wed-
ing. During her visit of two weeks
she will be the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hicks.
Miss Carer Newh.rd
Pledges Sorority
Miss Carol bean Newhard,
daagncer of Mr. and; Mrs. Fie.
Jvewiiard of Gatur was Wcm
pledged to Iota Vhapier of Sigma
Sigma Sigma socia sorority on tiie
Coorado State College of Educa Education
tion Education Campus at Greely, Colorado.
Miss Newhard u a sophomore
this year, and is majoring in Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary Education.
Carol s older sister. Ann is also
a member of Sigm Sigma Sigma.
She graduated from Colorado Stale
College of Education in '62.
Carol, is one of the twelve pew
pledges initiated into the sorority
this quarter. She was elected

chairman of the sneaks.

Club held their regular monthly

luncheon at the Fort Kobbe Offi

cers' Cub. Mrs. Jack Slager

Mrs. Raymond Banks, hostesses

for the occasion, decorated the ta

mes in a colorful Christmas mo

tif. The following new officers

were installed at this meeting.

Honorary President, Mrs. W. E.

Potter, Chairman, Mrs. J. L. Ma-

honey, Steering Committee, Mrs

R. Johnson, Mrs. Jack Slager, enrf, Mr

Mrs. Gilbert Fish, Mrs. Raymond.Mr. Herbert

Banks, Mrs. J. L. K -Honey, Mrs.
F. J. Tate, Mrs. James Fretz,
Mrs H. R. Eder, Mrs. R M. Un

derwood, Mrs W. K. Hunkler,

Mrs. Fred FiUiams, Mrs. R. .G
Higgins, Mrs. D. T. Larsen, -Mrs.
Webber, Mrs. B. Lincoln, Mrs.
Jack Thompson, Mrs. Carl Niel Nielsen,
sen, Nielsen, Mrs. Andre Levino. Mrs. Jo-

andlseph Gay hart an dMrs. J. R. Con

nor.

Mrs. Raymond

Dave Smith.

Hill, and

Also present at the luncheon

were: Mrs. B. Jennings, Mrs
Dave Smith, Mrs. Walter Moller

Ml. Walter Tiedoken. Mrs. Leslie

Bridge Winners
On Atlantic ne
At the regular weekly bridge
games playeu on Monday evening

at the Margarita Clubhouse, the
frill ft Win fit uLro UlinnPC lInrin anrl

tM x J v U15 tiwv wuuiMO, 11UW BUU
11 J Smith tirct Mr In lino T rtaw

"IMr. Waily Gibson; second. Major

Hassoud with Mr. David Bell and

third, Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Hart

man. East and West, tied for first;

were Mrs. Hayden Jones and Mrs,

Julius Loeb with Mrs. Stanley

Grow, Mrs. Sam Rainey, Mrs. Ss Guest and Mrs. G. Bonzoumet;

AufTvsto Kara with
Delsado and third.

Mr. and Mrs. George Tuliy.

These games are opened to the
public and anyone wao wishes to

attend and enjoy a aood same of

bridge is most cordially welcome
to come out any Monday evening

at 7:15. For further information.

call Mrs. Hayden Jones after 9

a.m. at 8-1892.

&a ma

Navy Wives
Will HoM Luncheon
Next Tuesday
The regular, monthly luncheon
of the Naval Officers' Wives Club
will be held at the Quarry Heights
Officers' Club on Tuesday Dec. 18
at 12:30.
Mrs. Winfield Fearn of Mercurio
Jewellers will give a talk on the
history of silver elate and answer
questions the ladies may pose re relating
lating relating to uses for silver and silver silversmiths'
smiths' silversmiths' identifying hallmarks.
Luncheon cancellations must be
made by noon, Monday, Dee. 17 by
calling Navy number 3578.

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piece of diamond jewelry from our unusually fine collection!
We have diamond rings, cuff links, fraternal emblem jewel jewel-ry.
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NEWARK, NJ., Dec. IS (TJP) (TJP)-"Emergency
"Emergency (TJP)-"Emergency obstetrics" is one
of the courses in a police acade academy
my academy session begun Monday by 135
rookie patrolmen, police Direc Director
tor Director Joseph B. Sugrue said the
course was included in view of
64 emergency maternity calls
this year during which Newark
police have delivered 23 babies,
including two sets of twins.

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lingerie

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e ties
socks

DIPLOMACY IS A
REQUIREMENT FOR A
SUCCESSFUL WIFE
On any list of qualities that
make a woman a successful wife,
diplomacy ought to be right up
near the top,
A wife with diplomacy can sell
her husband an idea. Not only
that, she can manage to do it in
such a way that in no time at all,

u it is successful, he is taking the
bows for it.

A wife with enough diplomacy

gets along with her in-laws with

out ever letting them actually in
terfere with the marriage.

a diplomatic wife sets alone

with all her neighbors, even

though she may not be on a
"best friend" basis with anv of

them.

A wife who has diplomacy can.

with a gentle word or two or a
laugh at the right instant, soothe
an irritable husband. She can

focus the attention of a discour

aged husbadd on the bright side of
a gloomy picture. She will find a

better way than nagging for get

ting a husband to do a task he

would rather put off indefinitely
She Can Even Improve
Her Husband

A wife with enough diplomacy

can even improve the man she
has married. Of course, being
diplomatic, she doesn't let him
suspect he needs any improve

ment and she is willing to go at

11 in easy stages.

Cther things being equal, a man
with a diplomatic wife finds it
easier to get ahead thaa a man

with a wife who hasn't ss much

tact.

In fact, there is no job 'in life
that requires as much diplomacy

as oemg a woe and mother.

And the most successful women
keep growing in diplomacy

through the years.

We are very jratdnl for the expressions of
SYMPATHY
from our many friends, as well as their attendance
at ths Memorial Services in memory of
Jefferson Reynolds Robinette
Mrs. J. R. ROBINETTE
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Phone 2-2126

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PRfcblUtNl AUWIKCi .ven Momja n. .t atthe YiMCA- are from ,eft to right Mrs. Aqu.l.no sBoyd,
EXOTIC EXHIBIT President Ernesto de ia Cuardia, Mrs. Ernesto de la Cuardia and Mrs. PaMor-
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AND GUESTS OF HONOR Charlotte Nichols, (cut flowers). President d. la ardia, Mrs. de la Cairtia,

Mrs. Pat Morgan. Mrs. Marta L Chanis (fruit, and vegeiame.,, rv.

Lane (winner of the dried and exoxic arrangomuuv.

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FETED AT BRUNCH nor Edwards, who was here on a brief vacation from Puerto Rico. From left to right
are shown Zoe Apostilides, Patricia Markun, Catsy Taylor and Peggy Miller.

ELLEN CUTS
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CAKE
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FOR GENERAL HARKIjUN Lt. General and Mrs. William K. Harrison by Governor and Mrs. W. E. Potter
at the Gpvernor's residence at Balboa Heights. From left to right are Mrs. Potter; Mrs. Harrison; General Har Harrison;
rison; Harrison; Governor Potter; Mrs. Vallarino; Major David H. Smith, Military Assistant to the GovernoV, and Colonel
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We have a few shop-worn trains and American Flyer accessories
that are all in excellent working order and fully guaranteed for
ONE YEAR.
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These trains will be sold Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning
at discounts ranging from 25 to 50.

ERECTOR SETS
MICROSCOPE SETS
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Wmmu MR! VJWlilvj 8een her mother getting them ready for mailing. Col. Peter Peca and Peter Jr.
complete this family group. Col. Peoa is commanding officer Of Ft. Clayton. (Photo by Jean Bailey),

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DECORATIONS
COME OUT AGAIN
Capt. Peter Bolton, his wife
Emily and their two chil children
dren children Mary and John dig
into storage boxes to find
baubles for their Christmas
tree, which will arrive to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Capt. Bolton, who
is a pilot with the Panama
Canal Co. came here from
Guam.

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TO YOUR HOUSt and Kevin in a makeshift bohio. (Photo by Jean Bailey).



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Hasten Cheap, Safe Atomic Power

Lewis L. Stratus of toe

Energy Commission today

new 8-point program

the day when America

ive cheap and afe nuclear

aid the new riromm,

with progress already

during Uw pan 2l years,

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animous unanimous support of other A E C
members and of the House-Senate
Atomic Energy Committee.
Strauss has been engaged in a
running feud with Democratic
members of the congressional
committee who claim the United
States is lagging behind Britain
and other countries in develop development
ment development of commercial atomic
power. They have urged a large large-scale
scale large-scale government development
program.
The ABC chief said five new re reactors
actors reactors would be in addition to 18
plants already scheduled to come

into operation by 1962. He said the
government and private industry

liter than June 30, 1962, of at v an investment of rqore than

scale p"" .ffiuun m toese is plants.

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tional small-sell -Jfrivate indussry alone, he add

all for the pur- invested upwards of $300

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Hd. toe ABC should "build

reactors on its own

luss read the- society a letter

President Eisenhower ex-

to attend the meeting.

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country," the President said.

thr. creator Marmnaihiliti-

our progress and technical

of this great scientific dis-

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lifetime."

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million in seven plants which will

have a total capacity of 900,000 to
1,000, kilowatts of atomic pow power.
er. power. The first, scheduled for com;,
pletion next year, is at Shipping Shipping-port,
port, Shipping-port, Pa.
Strauss said the aim of his pro program
gram program "is to develop the technolo-

lnitia-iy .w "uciear power reactors of

various types and sizes to the
point where they will be economic
in completion with kilowatts pro produced
duced produced from conventional fual

He called for:

1. A new round of proposals un under
der under the government's power dem demonstration
onstration demonstration program, with each
project considered individuaiiv

Ljo project would be considered

if completion by June 30, 1962
were not assured.
2. No limitation on the size or
type of any proposed nuclear
plant except that each must
promise "a significant contribu contribution
tion contribution toward achieving cheap, s s-bundant
bundant s-bundant and safe nuclear power."
3. Priority to reactors fueled
with natural uranium and using
heavy water as a moderator, or
small-scale reactors of varying
new designs.
4. Industry to undertake the
projects. But the AEC would un un-aertak
aertak un-aertak them if satisfactory pro pro-posals
posals pro-posals were not forthcoming.
5. More government assistance
m the cost of research and devel development,
opment, development, as distinct from actual
construction costs.
A,Th? waivar or "duction of
AEC charges for the lease of nu nuclear
clear nuclear fuels for commercial reac reactors.
tors. reactors. 7. Early action by the commis commission
sion commission to establish charges for the
chemical processing a ni,i...

Ifuel elera ents in government

plants.
8. More research in the use of
nuclear power for auch things as

space nesting or the chemical
processing or treatment of pks-

U.S. POLICY SENDS YANK OUT
OF FLAT, BUT HE FINDS NEW'UN

Employment 'Lures'
Doubted by Colonel

LONDON, Dec. 12 (UP) -Ma j-1 newspapers continued critics j WASHINGTON. Dec. 12 (VP)

Eugene babatini, of Bristol, said he! comments

Ave.) Bristol, Pa., said today he Agriculture

Minister Derek H

I A military spokesman doubted to

day the government pays its con-

has been evicted trom his London Amory told a political meeting tractors for trying to lure federal
horns by a landlord angered by j Monday night tnat be is "P-; workers to their private payrolls.

This view was given by Col.
Albert Fregosi, chairman of the
Armed Services Procurement
Regulation Committee, in testi testimony
mony testimony before a House Post Office
subcommittee.

U.S. opposition to the Anglo plexed and saddened by the U.S.
French attack on Egypt. attitude on the Middle East,

Sabatini, who is assistant ir which he said "encouraged both
attache at the U.S. Embess. Russia and Colonel (Egyptian
here, said landlord Henry ho t president Gamsl Abdel) Nasser
ordered him to get out of the w their aggressive aims."
house in a letter denouncing what; "Before and since the seizure
he called America's "despicable 0f the canal, we tried our hardest

conduct in the Suez crisis. I to et our American friends to Rep. James C. Davis (D-Gs.)
The maor moved to An apart-! face up to the challenges in that said the government was setting
ment, after satisfying himself that area (the Middle East)," Amory up "impossible competition" for
his new landlord has no anti-)Stid. "i m afraid we failed." li s workers by accepting cost-plus
American feelings. Today's Times of London also contracts that cover costs of re-
The eviction of Sabatini is the commented on "the apparent lack cruiting workers. A cost-plus con con-first
first con-first case of its kind resulting of a constructive American policy tract is one in which the govera govera-from
from govera-from the current wave of ami in the Middle East." The com-Iment pays all the costs of produc
Americaniam in Britain, although ment referred specifically to re- tion plus a fixed fee agreed on in

other Americans nave oeen cow- ports that Secretary of State aovance.

shouldered by shopkeepers and John Foster Dulles, in Paris for
gasoline station attendants. an Atlantic pact meeting, brought
The major's former neighbors no new proposals with him.

were shocked by Hon s conduct,

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Alexander Effinger,
, Dies in New York
Whil on VacaUon in the
United States, Alexander Ettln Ettln-ger
ger Ettln-ger died suddenly of a heart at attack
tack attack on Nov. 27 In New York. Mr.
Ettmger, who was 61 years of
age, had held a position as a fis fiscal
cal fiscal accountant at the UJS. Naval
Station at Rodman. He had ar arrived
rived arrived in New York on Nov. 21 to
join his wife, Mrs. Elsie Ettin Ettin-ger,
ger, Ettin-ger, who had gone to the States

in September.
Me. Ettmger, who had been a
resident of the Canal Zone for:
eleven years, had been in gov

ernment service since world

War I. He also had served in A A-laska
laska A-laska and In the Bahamas.

in his Immediate family, he is
survived by his wife, Elsie. Bur Burial
ial Burial was in New York.

i.e said, and one ot mem gave
him a box of candy as a going going-away
away going-away present. Sabatini said he
also has received letters of apolo apology
gy apology from a score of British friends.
London newspapers gave promi prominent
nent prominent play to the eviction story
today, and the Evening Standard
a leading critic of U.S. policy policy-protested
protested policy-protested the idea of retaliating
against individual Americans.
The Marquess of Salisbury,
chief government spokesman in
the House of Lords, -appealed to
day for efforts to heal the breach
between Britain and the United
States, but other officials and

Fergosi said under such con contract
tract contract the government oavs

Observers here were left to-' reasonable costs" of advertising

night with tiie impression that r recruiting workers. But it said
Mr. Dulles crossed the Atlantic! 14 w his understanding it will
more to be a listener than a ot P" up the tab for advertising
talker, and that he had not tht competes witb civil service

brought with him manv nnsit.ivp nesflS

new ideas for solving the Pales

tine problem, the Syrian menace
or the long-terra future of the

canal. the Times said

3 Smuggling Guards
At Prison are Fired
RAIFORD, Fla. (UP) Three
Raiford prison guards have been
fired in the "past several months"
for attempting to smuggle whisky,
benzedrine and playing cards to
Inmates, Supt. DeWitt Sincair said
today.
But Sinclair labeled the firings

"isolated" incidents that, in eacii

Six-Stale Vice Ring
Broken up by Police
As One Han Arrested

WILMINGTON, Del., Dec. 1
(UP) A six-state vice ring which
allegedly recruited women for mi migratory
gratory migratory laborers was broken up

yesterday when eight charges of

compulsory prostitution were filed
against a man held by Ihe FBI in

South Bend, Ind.
Under arrest was Douglas Wa
ren Dailey, 26, of Pound. Vs.

Federal authorities said the ring
supplied women on an inter-racial
basis, recruiting them from the

mountain sections of Virginia and

case, involved only the guard who! Kentucky and supplying them to

was fired. He declined to identify
the guards by name sayind "any "anyone
one "anyone who wants the names woiud
have to go to Tallahassee for
them. ..I won't give them out."
Sinclair said two guards were
fired last month, one for trying
to smuggle cards into the prison,
the other for attempting to deliver
a bottle of whisky to an inmate.
He said a guard placed several
decks of. cards in a prison trash
can so a "trusty could pick them
up. But we were tipped that tills
would happen and we intercepted
the cards before they got into tilt

ing to try to get it in.'

migratoy abhor camps' in New
Jersey, Pennsylvania and Dela

ware.
Dailey will be returned to Wil

mington for prosecution. Seven,
both Negro and white, were
named in the charges but were

not arrested

Federal authorities said the ring
used an airplane at one point to
circle an area in Delaware to

search for labor camp markets

for the women.

Ohe of the Wilmington vice dens

alegedly supplied by the ring was

the notorious "Hanch House' here.

said, anotner guard was fired
when a search turned up benze benzedrine
drine benzedrine on his person after "we got
some information that he was go-

was burned to the ground last

Sept. 1 by order of Atty. Gen. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph D. Craven following a raid

that resulted In the arrest of 125

persons

For Your Shopping Convenience

our

BRANCH STORE
Will remain open until 9:00 p.m.
very night until Christmas

No.

MAIN STORE
22-06 Central Ave.
Phone 2-1773

BRANCH STORE
No. 18-60 Tlvoli Ave.
Phone 2-2126

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military officials present to get
him more facts on the' subject.

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ELECTR,C SERVCE I
Will be off in ti iSfiJ
1. The sector between 17 West M 4
Street, 16 West Street, C Street gflsg
and "A" Avenue. l3E?n
2. 15 West Street between "C I Til
Street and Prospero Pinel
from 12:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. I 1
on Thursday, December 13, 1956. m

We are increasing the size of the electrical cablet In this section to
take care of Increased electrical loads and trust that this Interruption
won't greatly inconvenience the customers affected.
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FISH im POULTRY

VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES

BIRDS EYE quick-frozen foods are farm
fresh and (lavorsome. Grown exclusively
for Birds Eye, these rcady-to-scrve
quick-frozen Birds Eye foods are care
fully selected, cleaned and packed to
meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables,
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of season.

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f. r a of renewing family ties and old friendships at the 1
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visit the Capitol during their tour as junior ambassadors to the U. S: Senator
Mike Mansfield escorts them around Washington to see the government at work.
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palms bend over the water and sister islands are visible. Air passengert from
Hawaii land at Bora Bora and then shuttle to this lovely island by seaplane..

NO ANNIE OAKLEYPistol-packin' Dee Stigers
helps to dress' up desert country arpund Tucson,
Ariz., and though she's not a crackf shot, who cares?

AN 'ARRESTING' HORN
PEDESTRIANS and motorists will hear a new traffic noise soon that sounds
like "WhooOOOoooOOO." It will be the newest auto horn designed to con con-form
form con-form with national trend to anti-noise laws. Chicago electronics engineers ay
that this new rise-and-fall warble is highly arresting and is at level heard most
readily by the human ear. The horn, which uses tiny new transistors, made
school kids giggle, policemen cock their ears and some pedestrians stop on the
curb in surprise when it was tried recently. Included here are old-stvle horns.

BIG-TIME ROCK 'N' ROLl This mountain top on the shores of the Great Salt
lake, near Lakeside, Ut., is blown sky-high by 600,000 pounds of dynamite to
get rock for a railroad causeway across the lake. The explosion was one of
the largest non-atomic blasts in the nation's history. Here's aerial view of it.

IT'S FITTING Actress Terry Moore says TV has in introduced
troduced introduced the "family neckline" high enough to
make it fit viewing for children, but low enough to
intrigue father. This one she has on is tnal type.
King Features Syndicate

Old time horn on left went "Ah-oo-GAH!" and one on right played tune on pipes.



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FACT CTiFVSW
'Zip' Fuel Future:
Sen. Eastland Warns
Soviet Union Still
Cannot Be Trusted
Falter and Stronger
Missiles, Airplanes

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Turv oni I Prt TMFIR OWN Residents, of Halsey Ave. In SedamsviUe, a suburban section

or Cincinnati, Ohio, put their dedicated, aching backs into spreading the last of five tons .of
: self-purchased black-top on their undedicated portion of the street, Although maintained by),
the city for yeiri, a recent ruling put Halsey Ave. out-of-bounds for city repair crews. So the
, tret deterioiited. So the residents formed their do-it-yourself read gang and pavsd it.

SIXTH SENATOR ANTI-FILLI BUSTER
LAW VOTED INTO CONGRESS GAMES

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP) .then and it was not appropriate to

Sen. Charles E. hotter uneo P

today behind a drive to aeprive
sou diem senators of their cniet
weapon against civil rights legis-la.-on
the Mb.uster.

The Michigan Republican vm

reporters. tre is "very uuie
hope" any civil rights bills can
clear the incoming 85th congress

The mere threat of a Dixie fin-
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P w ruffaed North Carolina

v .. t i

Pete.tfflteau:! two seater went

itw 11 1 m 0 aii TOnr nKn,.-

evel, d Steau said he "just

waled" from there tn a rrpek

l.- mk :.. j. 1 . r -

UIIM IB Was ilPSArron hut I rniJ

jeen aoout twn mi p Hnun

HH,

'It had a radio in it," Suteau,
said. "I was titkled nink

found I could receive the tna.

MIQ flsflr 1 I t ,L

-

I managed to get inside where
found ssome matches and sugar,
made k fireand had sunar and

"vi iw sscu lilt" vuiii w

-1 fount, a 1833 man of the

orest in the house, .matted Ha?!

oniana uim. ao went hack tn

he radio in the jeep and took

111 r liifih inn Tinaiiv onr n a i n

uarteri."

This time the rangers told Su-

a iaie M ontana ) where 1 wo

piued up.

"I waited two houra at the lake,
was glad to see that raneer

oming in his put-put boat."
Suteau Ws returned to Mc-

n ambulance. The plane, in which
oteau had set tut for Florida,

as owned by a fellow airman.

risk a time-consuming filibuster
on the proposed new rule. The sit situation
uation situation is quite different now, he
said.
In light of decisions on segre segregation
gation segregation by the Supreme Court and
in view of the mandate the Amer American
ican American people gave last month to
the principles for which Republi Republicans
cans Republicans stand," Potter said, "our
party bears the responsibility of
initiating and supporting legisla legislation
tion legislation to strengthen the basic rights
of all Americans.
"I firmly believe that a majori majority
ty majority vote of the Senate should be
the deciding factor in adopting

rules for debate. Certainly a sim simple
ple simple majority of the body which

has been freely elected by 60 mil million
lion million American voters is capable
of intelligent, forthright action on
legislation.
"For too long," he declared,
"under the cloak of free and un unlimited
limited unlimited debate, the advocates of

the filibuster have violated the

Invitation Is Sent
Duke of Edinburgh
To Visit Deepfreeze

MCMURDO SOUND, Antarcti

ca, Dec. 12 (UP) U.S. officials
today invited the Duke of Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh to visit the 300 Americans

stationed here at the heaaquar
ters of Operation Deepfreeze.

Reports from Chile said the

Duke, husband of Queen Eliza

beth, planned to visit Antarctic

territory claimed by Britain,

i Chile and Argentina early next

month.

Rear Adm. George J. Dufek,
commander of the U.S. Expedi Expedition,
tion, Expedition, invited him to stop off

earlier at the American base. He

sent the invitation to the chief

nf staff of the New Zealand Rov

al Navy, Who will visit McMurdo

sound later this month.

"We would like very much to

have vou brine the Duke of

dignity of the Senate and thwart- Edinburgh with you to the An
ed the public interest." 'tare tic," Dufek s message said.

Atomifc-Powtf For Latin

(PA-O Three nuclear react reactors
ors reactors for civilian use in Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica are planned for manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in the United States
for American & Foreign Power
Co., Inc., the parent firm of
Compania Panamefla de Fuerza
y Luz, according to the latest
tabulation issued by the Atomic
Energy Commission.
Plans for AFP'a atomic energy
plants for Latin America have
been in the making; for months.
Last May, T. E. Oglesby, Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President and General Manager

of Fuerza y Luz, announced that

the parent Company had receiv received
ed received bids for the manufacture of

4he nuclear reactors.

The AEC's newest list Issued
as of October 1st, did not indi indicate
cate indicate the countries where the
atomic eneriry plants will oper operate.
ate. operate. But on November 5th, Hen Henry
ry Henry B. Sargent, President of A A-merican
merican A-merican St Foreign Power, dis disclosed
closed disclosed in a speech at Phoenix,
Arizdna, tha.t the Company

planned to locate the new in

stallations m Brazil, cuc-a and
possibly Mexico.
The tabulation of planned nu nuclear
clear nuclear reactors for foreitfn loca locations
tions locations listed six. including the
three that have been ordered by
AFP for Latin America. The oth others
ers others are golne to Belgium, the
Dominican Republic and the

Phillrihtnes The AV.C listed three

ILLE, Tenn. Dec. 12 (UP) reactors under construction fnr

Air Ftrc j sergeant today Utateside locations, ten of which

fire planned and three more
which are under consideration.

Start-up dates for the proposed

plants in the United States loca
tions range from 1957 to 1962.

The atomic power : plants or

dered by AFP are of the boiling

water type, with an estimated

output of 10.000 kilowatts each.

The nuclear element will consist

of uranium oxide rods in stain
less steel bars.

The manufacturers are Gen General
eral General Electric Company and the
International. Atomic Division of

the North American Aviation,

Inc.

Fuerza y Luz officials said that

the civilian use of atomic power

in any location is closely linked

with the question of cost the
cost of electricity produced bv

splitting the atoms against ths

cost of electricity produced from

present sources of coal, oil. gas

or water.

Many difficult problems still
have to be met and solved to
make electricity from the atom
as cheaply as it is made now
from present sources and experts
have repeatedly cautioned that

it will take many more years be
fore atomic power generally be

comes practical, economical and

within the reach of all.

A Fuerza y Luz spokesman
pointed out, however, that when

Panama is ready for atomic
power plants, this country will
benefit from the experience

which American Sr. Foreign Pow

er is acquiring from its early

start in the atomic power new

in Latin America.

BOSTON, Dec. 12 (UP) Adm.

Arleigh A. Burke, chief of U. S.
naval operations, said today new
chemicar "zip" fuels being de developed
veloped developed by the military will result
in a 40 per cent increase in power
for the missiles and airplanes ot

the' future.

Burke also disclosed that a new

high explosive has been developed j

which produces a 25 per cent in increase
crease increase in the blast effect of con- j

ventional bombs.

Another scientific advance, he

said, has brought about a 50 per

cent energy increase in the effec

tiveness of mines and torpedoes

for undersea warfare.

In a speech before the American

Institute of Chemical Engineers,
Burke listed these developments
as indicative of the "sizeable

gains" that have been made bv

the military in the search for

lighter and more effective Weapons.

Burke stripped awav soma of

the secrecy that has surrounded
the military's project to develop
chemical or "exotic" fuels for

future war planes and missiles.
He said these new "hieh-enerov

fuels" will yield 40 per cent more

energy than the same volume of

cunvenuonai tueis.

This energy increase natural.

ly(. carries with it corresponding
speed and range increases," he
said.

As a result of these fuel develon-

ments, Burke said, "the future of
air-breathing motors is a promis promising
ing promising one."

The military hag revealed little
abOUt its "ziD" fuel nrnieet evnenr

to say that chemical fuels are un

uer aeyeiopment. The fuels are
believed to use tishf

drides, such as boron or linthium
m ivAn J.. l i .

"u"u " nyurocarDon fuel base.
Beware of Felines,
And a Cat Scratch
CHICAGO, Dec. It (UP) A
new disease known as "cat scratch

disease' is spreading throughout

1,1 wuuu, scientists were told to today.
day. today. The ailment, carried by felines,

is cnaractenzed by an enlarge
ment of a lymph node, general

sympions oi uizecuon and usually

Dr. Ruth R. Rpuschkolb, assis assistant
tant assistant professor of dermatology at
Western Reserve University
Cleveland, report1 on the disee

at the 15th annual meeting of the

American Academy of Dermatolo

gy ana sypnilology.
She laid the disease wai rilnenv.

ered about 20 years ago bv rev

fXJSFW? nd P,ri
f. :'" stntts found vic

tims of the disease all had one

uung in common-a cat scratch.
The disease in 1950 began
spreading eastward from Pans

through Europe, and since then
hundreds of cases have been re-

" "u paris 01 tn world.
The role of the house cat seems
to be unquestionable," Dr. Rausch-

kolb said, "yet the cat seems to
be only a passive transmitter of

me miectious agent and that only
for a relatively short time.
The Cat theselveg are not af afflicted
flicted afflicted with the disease."

ALL FOR FUN

Most amusing list of movie ingredients yet announced
are promised as actual features of "THE FIRST TRAVEL TRAVELING
ING TRAVELING SALESLADY," Technicolor comedy drama, starting on
DECEMBER 13 AT THE LUX. Items to be seen in the new
film include one of the very first horseless carriages, a
Teddy Roosevelt impersonation, "Gay 90's" chorus girl wear wearing
ing wearing decorative corsets, stampeding cattle urged on by irate
housewives, and a facsimile of tbe Victorian Prince of
Wales. Stars and co-stars in the picture are Ginger Rogers,
Barry Nelson. Carol Cbanning, David Brian and James Ar-ness.

WASHINGTON. Dec. 12 (UP)
Sen. James O. Eastland Z Z-Mlss.i
Mlss.i Z-Mlss.i warned today the Soviet
Union still can not be trusted to
abide by international agree agreements.
ments. agreements. Eastland said in a foreword to
a revised staff study from his
Senate Internal Security Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee that the Russian
signer of an agreement must
have, no more regard for honor
than a forger. The study cover covered
ed covered the' Russian record on international-
agreements.
"As far as the Communists
were concerned," the 'Spirit of
Geneva' was just as fraudulent
as. the spirit of Yalta or Tehran
or any other international meet meeting
ing meeting attended by Red conspira conspirators,"
tors," conspirators," he said.
"We Trill never come to erins

with historic reality until those
who hold the levers of western
power have the moral and intel intellectual
lectual intellectual courage to confront this
single, monstrous fact."

In a separate statement. East

land questioned whether Japan

wouia gam anytnmg from her
recently negotiated peace treaty
with Russia. He said Russia
keeps her promise only when it
is to her advantage.

Eastland said the current.

Russian repression in Hungary
emphasizes "that nothing has

cnangea about the soviet regime
in the past year except its leadership."

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fact that each year it tokes less
time to cross the ocean by plane
and more time to drive to work,

ARMY OF FEDERALLY EMPLOYED Newsmap shows distribution of the nation's approxi approximately
mately approximately 2,193,106 federal employes at midyear,, according to a report jut released by the U. S.fj
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232,706,. Metropolitan Washington includes the District of Columbia plus the cities of Alexan-S
dria and Falls Church in Virginia; Arlington and Fairfax Counties in Virginia; and Prince George
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' 1 I .1 1 J
iYaHkele8, Evans Killeen To Make Debut Tonight

Lords-Kings Kartso m Tourney
Enters 3rd Round at Panama
2 Semifinals On Santamariq
Vs. Cumberbatch Fight Card
Glenn's Double Spoils
Robinson's No-Hit Bid

A

hamMnh

km QUiSTION is going
round the Pro League today.

"What size spikes does Cerveza

Balboa outfielder-catcher ai rwk

He was asked.

st ain't ssyirr.

whole complicated matter,

has now become a deep,
mystery, started because

scrivener, in a. by-lined story

Maidav. mentioned that Pinky

ctoofl six-foot-si, weighed: 240

pouids, and wore a size 14 and
nalhalf snikes.

i Tie point In the detailed descrip descrip-,
, descrip-, Hon was, that despite Pinky's e e-normous
normous e-normous dimensions,, which are not

altogether conducive to bunding
speed, he figured prominently in a
key) situation in Sunday's game
orftkrartn vipia when he stole

SSarffTK' nibth mnlngnd

scampered home later .with the
Will ling marker on catcher-man-age
Leon Kellman's single.
P sky's theft, a well-timed per per-fec
fec per-fec y executed job. came as pitch pitcher
er pitcher eter Taylor "dozed off' on
the mound in the cool of an eve-
nin to make Pinky one of the big
her es in the Beermen's 3 to 2
vid )ry.
i DimVv Bthn twill ha found

utfis a stickle foij accuracy;, es-

pectally when" It concerns nis own-
. f . ., TT J

pny iicai proportions, ne ru m
piei i several times, and the more
6 ead, the more ho decided he
Udi 't like it at all.
Ii fact, Pinky found it so chock
full of inaccuracies that' it made
bird mad. And being a man of ac action
tion action when Pinky gets mad he just
doesn't just sit there and fume. No
lirek he does something about it.

uiuBki TUiCnmrtv ant in the

Olyiipic Stadium 15 minutes be before
fore before the game between Ceveza Bal

boa and CheSterfieia issi nigni,
Pinky already knew what he was
going to do.
His scribe was saying a few

mui to bis aood friend, the gen

Heiianly KeUman, when Pinky

' 4 1.1 A A J At--. .MlUll

Stth otherffe

fm squad looking on expectantly,
in y sUred daggers at the writer
ltd the following dialogue; ensued.
TP nky: "Hey, do you know me?"
J, J.;. "Sure, you're Pinkston,
are it you?"
P aky: "What you know about
tie'
J. J.: "Well, not too much."
P aky: "How come jrp. know
rm six-foot-six?"
J. J.: "Seems you're about that
i
Pi iky: "Well, I ain't. How come
m know I weigh 240?"

j. J.: "Because you told me so,

after the game Sunday."
A Mhnwri had eathered by this

Ume, and Kellman put in soothing-

"Who told you I wear size 14 and

one-half?!' pimky finally blurted

out i
"Well, what's really your aim

v., i'ask Pinky?" the scribe, who hac

ut tne learned nis lesson in getting nis

facts straight, ask-d eagerly.

But Pinky refused to .answer. In Instead
stead Instead he set down some rules he
wanted the writer to follow, which,
included never mentioning h i s

name in the paper again. Under

penalty of what, he didn't say.
THE BESPECTACLED reporter,
who compared to Pinky is a mere
midget, what with his five-foot-nine
frame and a fat, er. . stout
170 pounds, told Pinky he could
not comply.
'After all, Pinky was told, he

(Pinky) was no rookie. He was a

grown man who had been in the

game a long time and should know
that newspapermen also have a

job to do.

Pinky was informed that ball

players are news and news is the

reporter s business, u ne naa a
gripe with a writer he should seek

him out and have his beef, but

without being -so hot-tempered, a-

bout it j ; ,j

y. I'What's the matter, Pinky.

take it easy."
But Pinky was taking nothing
y Ha continued to voice his dis

pleasure in increasingy loud tones.
The crowd grew thicker.
"Tell the Buy what part of the

story really annoyed you," prompt prompt-td
td prompt-td Kellman, but Pinky refused to
tome to the point.
"Go on, tell him," prodded Kell Kellman,
man, Kellman, "and you both may coma to
an understanding."

Kellman agreed" heartily, and

Pinky appeared to cool down

somewhat.

UP IN THE nressbox all the

scribblers wanted to know what

the fuss was about.
When thev were told, snorts cast

er-wrlter 'Tommy Cupas was able

to make two corrections.

i. Pinkv does not weigh 140

pounds. He tips the scales at only

238, and ,

2. He is not six-foot-six. His
height is only six-foot-five.
But Tommy stopped there and
somebody asked, "What about his

spikes?"

The honest Cupas confessed he

had never checked, ana, one ongnt

feftow tame out wttn tin :
"J., J. has been near correcx a
bout Pinky's measurements. He

said he wears a size 14 and one-

half. Well let's settle for the num number
ber number on the guy's uniform.
"What's the number?" came
the chorus.
"It's 141" deadpanned the wag.
Martin Tournament
Banquet Set Friday
At Am. Legion Kail

The Panama Martin Club wffl
hold its Tournament Banquet at

the American Legion Hall Friday

Ito 14 ......

Prizes.for wmneraof the reeeni

Martin Olub Tourritraent will be ?
warded on this occasion.

Tickets tor the banquet may be

purchased from any of the follow following
ing following Theodore Schmidt, Co., Paul
C. Davis, Col. Harry Wheaton, J.
McConaghy and Chubby M.
Wright.

T

Play in the House of Lords-Kines

Ransom Tournament at the Pana

ma Goii uub. was resumed over
the last weekend with the feature
match seeing Al Saarinen down

ing Club President Luis Chandeck
by a narrow margin of 1 up after

an overtime match which went 36
holes.,
Other matches In the, champion championship
ship championship flight bracket resulted in Ray
Valdes side-lining Dr. Massot by
4 and 3; the "Las Cumbres Rifle"
Dalton coming in 1 up over Mike

LMoreno; Jim "Gibraltar" Ridge

getting a default from Max Heur Heur-tematte,
tematte, Heur-tematte, Tony Jenkins catching
Luis Martinet: in an off-day to ad advance
vance advance by a 3 and 2 score: Col.

"VP" Sehull over Bob Ship Mea Measurer"
surer" Measurer" Medinger 1 up; Jimmy
"Oilways" Plaia over. Col. "Pa "Padre"
dre" "Padre" Donovan 3 and 2, and Jim

"Secreto" Hinkle sending Ed Mac-

Vittie back of the ropes by a 21

margin.
The 1st flight results were fea

tured by George Boyd's 1 up vic

tory over 0. R. NCR Nelson.

Frank Brannan showed no mercy

to J. Sibauste winning 6 and 5, Ne

gro "Doc" Anas over L. Moses 3

and Z. Jfi. de la ussa taking capi.

Harrington 2 and 1, Roy Glicken-

haus knocking out R. Ortega Vieto

1 up, Harry Willis too much lor u
Holman by 5 and 4, R. Aleman ad

vancing with a 4 and 3 win over

A. Carrizo and the paint contrac

tor Bill Coffey out-doing the plaint
maker M. Banks 1 up.
The ladies were also busy as
Kay Purdy came In 2 and 1 up o o-ver
ver o-ver Louise Jones, Wilma Banks
kept the Banks name in competi competition
tion competition by downing Mrs. Helen Sehull
3 and 2, while Alice French dis displayed
played displayed a "good brand of golf to
take M. Biggs by a ft and 5 count.
Lee Knuth advanced on a default

from Carol Glickenhcus.
Third round matches must be

completed by 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec
18 and are as follows:
Championship Plight
Rey Valdes vs G. Dalton
Jim Ridge vs T. Jankins
Col. Sehull vs J. Plaia
j, Hinkle vs A. Saarinen

Teams-

Won Lost

Chesterfield ....... .. .. 2
Carta Vieja 1
Cerveza Balboa 1

1
1
2

Pet.
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TONIGHT'S .GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Yankees (Killeen) vs. Beermen (Brown 0-1)
Game Time: 7:30 p.m.

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The Pro League has another game scheduled for
tonight in which the Carta Vieja Yankees try to
move into a tie for the league lead with the Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield Smokers, and Cerveza Balboa goes all out
to take over second spot from the Yankees.
But the fans are still talking about a slim side side-arming
arming side-arming righthander named Humberto Robinson,
who last night pitched the Smokers to a one-hit 3
to 0 win over Cerveza Balboa and to the top in the
standings although he "wasn't feeling too sharp out
there."

1st Flight
G. Boyd vs F. Brsnchan
N. Arias vs ,E. de la Ossa
R.Glickenhaus vs H. Willis
R. Aleman vs W. Coffey
(gjfo Plight
L. Knuth K. Purdy
W. Banks vs A. French

Here's Hot Tip
For Hungry
Horse Players

CHICAGO, D.u TtS
ence today came up with a hot tip

for horse players.
According to an Abbott Labora

tories Dublicatlon, how a sri;

runs may depend a lot on his red
blood cell count. J
The theory was botfie out in
tests conducted on 2tt thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds at Hollywood Park
Every horse with a red cell
count below ,300,000 cells per cu cubic
bic cubic munmeter of bWod either ran
out of the money or was not racet)
during the test period, the publica

tion said.

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Thursday "Rhapsody"

GAMBOA 7:00

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Friday "Revolt of Mamie
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MARGARITA 6:15 :00

Robert Taylor ..
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PARAISO 6:15 7:55
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LA BOCA 7:00
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SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:00
JOHNNY CONCHO"

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:20
"MAN, WHO NEVER WAS"

Red-Sited Winners

Evans Killeen, a six-foot, 190 190-pound
pound 190-pound right hander, who won
17 and lost 13 for Abilene, Class
B Big State League, last sum summer,
mer, summer, will be on the mound for
the Yankees.
The Beermen will counter with
right hander Winston Brown,
who was the losing hurler in the
openine came last Wednesday

when the Beermen hut 4 to 1.

Now back to Robinson and his
one-hitter.
The Smoker ace, who lust

last week suggested he
was an unwanted man because

"nobody offered me a contract,"

was everybody's lair-naired boy

last night after he came nigh

pitching a no-hicter.
John Glenn, an unsympa unsympathetic
thetic unsympathetic guy who refused to co cooperate
operate cooperate in Bobby's no-hit bid,
hit a solid double to left off a
"bad" Robinson pitch in the
fifth toning with two outs.
Glenn died on second how however,
ever, however, when Al Pinkston ground grounded
ed grounded out, first baseman to Robin Robinson
son Robinson covering.
"It was a bad inside pitch that
Glenn hit," said Robinson after
the game.
"The count was Jihree and one
and I came In, but he gotta hold
onto it Just the same."
Asked how he felt after
Glenn's blow,; Robby replied,
"Oh, I felt lousy. I certainly had
mv heart set on the no-hltter,

although I didn't feel too sharp
out there tonight."

"Had you been sharp, you
might have pitched perfect
game, then," commented a lis listener.
tener. listener. Robby just laughed.
Off to a. 2 to 0 lead in the sec second,
ond, second, when starter and loser Geo.
Brunet suffered a streak of wild wild-ness
ness wild-ness which was his undoing, the
Smokers scored a single run in
the fifth and the fans settled
back to watch the master on the
mound.

There was some excitement in

the fifth, when Hector Lopez.

the Beerman's star second base

man who was nursing a slight slightly
ly slightly injured ankle, came to the
plate as a pinch hifter with a
runner on first and two outs.
Lopez, who Is an Inseparable
buddy of Robby's, when the two
are not playing against each
other; fouled off two pitches,
took a ball, fouled off another
offering, took a ball, and then
took a vicious swing at an out outside
side outside pitch.
But he only fanned the breeze
for the third out.
Catcher Leon Kellman was
shaken up in the seventh in inning
ning inning when he had a collision
with third baseman Herman
Charles as they both tried
vainly to take a foul fly off
Bobby Prescott's bat, hit high
into the air near home plate.
But Kelly's Injury, a bruised

and swollen Jaw, proved one
thing. Pinkston is also a catch

er.

The slant outfielder took over

behind the plate in the eighth
and did a cood job at backstop-

NEW YORK (UP) WUiam ping, It was revealed later that

Ward Foshay of New York has pinky had done some catcning

been named to lui we unexpired on ana orr over tne years.

term of the laW Fraser M. Hon

Sports Briefs

as general counsel of the United

States Golf Association.

NEW YORK (UP)-Steeplechase

and hurdle racing will not be held
at Belmont Park during the 1957

spring meeting because of con

struction now underway to provide

the infield (grass) course with

banked turns. The orolect is ex

pected to b ecomnleted before Bel

mont s autumn meeting next year.

SEATTLE. Wash. (UP)- Quart

erback Al Ferguson of the Univer University
sity University of Washington football tarn

led the' Huskies in total offense

this year with 506 yards gained.

' Th alx Donies with the best win,

place and show records all h a d

red cell counts iar arove uic

aroun's average mean normal

count of 6,800,000 cells.
All of which could have some

far-reaching effects on the sport
of kinis. For example, racing

forms may have to include hematology.

Along with tne customary reea

box dope, the horse player may
have to check the erythrocyte

count and the hemoglobin concen

tration before putting a bundle on
a nag's nose.

The Hollywood Park tests were

conducted by the Brenon Labora Laboratory
tory Laboratory of Inglewood, Calif. H. C.
Brenon, author of the paper ab abstracted
stracted abstracted in the Abbott publication,

performs the clinical lab work for
veterinarians licensed to practice
at California tracks.

It may sound like gibberish to

horse players, but Brenon report reported
ed reported that:

The Went Way
"The hemoglobin was evaluated

by the 30 minute acid hematin

method on a Klett Summerson

CLEVELAND (UP) Middle

weight Charley (King) Cotton of

Toledo, Ohio, was signed today as
a substitute to fight contender
Joey Giardello of Philadelphia in a
lo-rounder on the Christmas fund

show at the Cleveland Arena Fri
day night.
SAN FRANCIS, Dec. 12 (UP)

James (Spider Roche, a one

time sparring partner for Benny

Leonard, died Monday at the age
of 63. Roche coached boxing at the
San Francisco Olympic Club for

28 years and was credited with de

veloping forner middleweight

champion Fred Apostoli.

Smoker third baseman Carlos
Heron continued to look good at
the hot corner, turning In three
sparkling plays.

One-Hitter

Chesterfield Ab
Bernard, ss 4
Heron, 3b 3
Austin, 2b 4
E. Osorlo, lb .... S
Prescott, lb 2
Grote, cf 4
Cobos, c ...v 3

Napoleon, rf 3
Robinson, p 4

H Po
1 0
0 1
0 1
1 11
0 4
1 2

photocolori meter calibrated by the
Wong method for iron content and
standardized to 15 am. as 100 ner

cent."

The bettot who doesn't dig this

crazy talk had best stay away

from the $10 window.

In more understandable terms,

Brenon said the high blood count
is at least "an index of the stam

ina and physical condition of the

animal during the time of study.

and should be of great use to the
owner or trainer if he is at tempt

ing to race his horse only when it
is at its physical peak."

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Cerveza Balboa

Moore, ss 4
Charles, 3b 4
Glenn, cf 2
Pinkston, rf-c ... 4
Kellman, c 3
P. Osorio, rf ...... U
Grenald, If 0

Gordon, lb

Brathwaite,
Brunet, p .
Lopez
Arthurs, p
Hardy, rf .
Franklin, p
Brown

2b

2
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5
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Boxing fans who take in the By

ron Cumberbatch-Jesus Santama-

ria. feature bout at the National
Gym Sunday night, will be treated

to two six-round semifinals.

In one of the six rounders,
promising featherweights Tito
Marshall and Enrique Perce
clash, end in the ether, crowd crowd-pleasing
pleasing crowd-pleasing veteran Black Bill takes
on Roberto Murillo, a kid who at
one time appeared to bo going
placet before he f jffered an eye
injury m a match he lost to Cum Cumberbatch.
berbatch. Cumberbatch. Marshall, who was an amateur
champ in his division before turn turning
ing turning pro nearly a year ago, has
dropped only one decision a ver

dict to Black Bill.

Peres, was a loser in his two
last appearances, but he was up a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a guy that completely out outclassed
classed outclassed him Santamarid.
In the curtain raiser, which
has all the earmarks of a poten potential
tial potential thriller, Ernesto Campbell,
who has a kayo victory to his
credit in his only pro outing, en
gages deaf-mute San Bias Indian
Aria Mtndtz, in a four-rounder.
It should be interesting to watch

how Mendez, who does not know
to take a backward step in a
fight, makes out against the slug-

gin? Campbell.
Fight time is 8 o'clock.
Majors Execs
Hear Minor
Loop Problems

CHICAGO, Dec. 12 (UP) Execu Execu-Hvs
Hvs Execu-Hvs nf maior eadue baseball

turned toward minor league prob

lems in a joint session of Ameri American
can American and National League mag magnates.
nates. magnates. They ,were expected to approve
a proposal by the minor leagues to

force major league teams to cut

their rosters to 28 players by me

opening day of the season, thus es

tablishing the minor league line

ups a month earner man usuai.

They also were expected to ac

cept a suggestion by the minor

leagues that the annual major

league meetings in the tuture oe
held in alternate years in a minor

eague city.
One Trade Made
O one trade resulted Monday

fro dozens of conversations by

the major league clubs during the
only day in which the two big

leagues held separate business
meetings.

The Chicago Cubs and St. Louis

Cardinals exchanged 10 players in
an "even" deal under which left
hander Jackie Collum and right

hander Tom Poholsky replace left

hander Jim Davis and right hand

er Sam Jones on the Cubs roster.

In addition, catcher Nobie Lan-

drith and infielder outfielder Ed Eddie
die Eddie Miksis shift to the Cardinals in
return for catcher Ray Kitt. The
Cubs also obtained Willie Lam Lam-mers,
mers, Lam-mers, a shortstop second base baseman,
man, baseman, for the Los Angeles farm
club, and two AAA players to be

selected before March 1.

Rule Changes Made
Both leagues made rules

changes in their meetings. The

American League voted to author

ne a tnree game playoff, in case

of a pennant tie, instead of the

current one-game regulation.

ine league, however, got no

chance to vote after a long discus discussion
sion discussion of inter-1 eague games, to
count in the standings, during the

summer wnen sponsor Hank

Greenbere of Cleveland withdrew

ins proposal.

The National League chanced its

ruies to provide that in the future

all suspended, postponed or tie

games be played in the city in

which originally scheduled. They

aiso votea mat the second game
of Sunday doubleheaders can be

started under lichts after 6 n.m

local time, if permitted by law.

Pacific Farm League News

Last Friday evening, after the
Pacific Little League finished
their player selections, the Farm
League managers made their
selections and announced prac practice
tice practice sessions.
All players who were mem members
bers members of the Farm League still re remain
main remain as members of the teams
for which they played last year,
except those players promoted
to the Little League. The promot
ed players will be contacted by
the Little League managers.
All the following players
should report for practice on
date and at the place indicated:
KIWIS: Manatter. Mr. Mc-

Glade; practice Wednesday, 4:30

at Balboa Railroad Station

Field.

Players: George Black, Steve

Diamond, Bruce Hill, Douglas

ana KODert Morse, Rlcnard

Morse, Nell Compton, James
Bowen, M6rris Maduro, Louis
Adams, John Anderson, Billy

roster, Frea ana George Fox

Peter Kelly, Nile ostenso, Jeff

Post, peter Young, Robert Mohl,
Walter Monroe.
CYRNOS: Manager, Mr. Sear;
practice Friday, 4:30, Balboa
Railroad Station Field.
Players: J. Anguizola, F. Bald
win, J. canavaggio, G. Dohvn, R.
Dunlop, G. Thompson, David
Zeemer, Richard Keighley, Jeff
Sears, P. Morgan, K. Darlington,
Halbet Allen, Billy Daubin, Ed
and Frank Derau. Henrv oam-

watowskl, Larry and Richard
HewRt, Allen Husney, Jon Jar-

vis, james jenner, Henry Kin Kin-caid,
caid, Kin-caid, John McGrath, Daniel Nel

son, Dennis prafthro, Peter Ren Ren-nert,
nert, Ren-nert, Philip Rogers, Michael
Wallace, Gary Zambito.
POLICE JRS. (formerly Ham Ham-adan
adan Ham-adan Grotto). Manager, Mr.
Hughson; practice, Thurs. 4:00
p.m. Balboa R.R. station Field.
Players: Malcolm Wheeler; Ju Julius
lius Julius Lushy, Glenn Evans, John
Bundy, James stalllngs, John
Fisher, Bob Bower, Jim Braden,

Mart

Br uc

otf Ka-

My-

NewelL Richard

Jhyne, Fjfed Wells.

OMAHA: Mgr.

practice ;4;M p.m.

ition

1 Herring.

John Cooper, Edward'

Glazer, Brian Harring

Homa, George Hudson,

ford, Larian Lesslak, ji

ers, Alfri

Patton, Glen

MUTUAL

Mr. Hummel

Balboa R.R

Players: Brice Loveli

uei witkln, Michael
Wm. Schmldti David

Harry Foster," Michae

Lewis Fontaine. Richard Wil

liams, Norman Allen, Dominic
and Raymond AquilaJ? Jimmy
Cherielson, Bill Dougherty, Rog Roger
er Roger Hamilton, Robert Johnson,
Greg Meisenhelder, GeO,.Rosa GeO,.Rosa-les,
les, GeO,.Rosa-les, james Vanpyke.
SEYMOUR AGENCY (former (formerly
ly (formerly Tobloranes): Mgr. Mr. Spen Spencer;
cer; Spencer; Practice Saturday morning
at 9:00 a.m. at Balboa R.R. sta

tion Field.

Players: Lebrurt Robert Wheel Wheeler,
er, Wheeler, Bruce Yuznejr, Andy Jacob Jacob-son,
son, Jacob-son, David Stewart, John Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, Iran Arnljo, Robert Chand Chand-ler,
ler, Chand-ler, Michael Hallej, Bill Satting,
Gus Johns, Colin McCly, John Johnnie
nie Johnnie Parker, John Reynolds, Al Albert
bert Albert Schonert, Miltpn Sehorfe
LIFE SAVERS: Mcrr. Mr. Rel-

den, practice, Thursday 4:00

p.m. Baiboa r.r. station Field.
Players: Robert Burgener, James
earner. Mike Corrifiran. ftohnv

Francis, Edwin Hansen, James
Hudglns, Walter Lfenneville,
Brace Papcum, Jimmy. Slover,
John Lincoln, Richard Levee,
Robert Knox, John ftttke, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Cooke, Keith Glickenhaus,
Scott Gllckenhaus, Bruce Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Charles Belden. m McCov.

Alfred Osboume. Mike Hallen.

Any boy who has filed an an-

plication, but has not been as

signed to one of the 12 teams,
should contact any Little League
official and will be assigned for
practice, with hundreds of ap applications,
plications, applications, It is possible, that an
applicant may have been over-

looked in error.

Aussies Still Pay Homage
To incomparable Phar Lap

Totals

36 0 1 27 8

Lopez struck out for Brunet In
8th.
Hardy grounded out for Ar

thurs in 8th.
Brown fanned for Franklin
9th.

in

Score By Innings
Chesterfield 020 010 000-3
Cerveza Bal. 000 000 0000

SUMMARY Errors: Ber Bernard,
nard, Bernard, Brathwaite 2. RBI's: Na Napoleon,
poleon, Napoleon, E. Osorio. Earned runs:

Chesterfield 3. Two-base hits: E E-Osorlo,
Osorlo, E-Osorlo, Glenn. Sacrifice hit: He Heron.
ron. Heron. Wild pitch: Brunet. Struck-

out by Brunet 8, Arthurs 3,
Franklin 2, Robinson 6. Base on
bails off Brunet 5. Arthur 4,

Franklin 1, Robinson 3. Left on

base: Chesterfield 13, Cerveza

Balboa 5. Pitchers' record: Bru

net 3 runs, 4 hits in 5 innings;
Arthurs 0 runs, 1 hit in 3 In Innings.
nings. Innings. Winning pitcher: Robin Robinson
son Robinson (1-0). Losing pitcher: Bru

net (0-1). Umpires: Thornton,
Hinds, Roberts. Time of game:
3:10,

Two Catchers Added
To Cubs' Roster In
Less Than 24 Hours

CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago

Cubs added a second catcher in
less than 24 hours to their roster
today, buying Charlie Silvers from
the New York Yankees for cash
and two minor league players to

be delivered later.
Silvers, 32, was waived out. of
the American League in order for

the deal to go through. He had

been with the Yankees for eight
years, and has a lifetime major
league batting average of .291. But
in 1956, he appeared in only seven
games and hit .222 in nine times
at bat.

Fight Results
ODESSA, Texas Buddy Tur-

man, 185, Dallas, knocked out

Ponce de Leon 215, Forth Worth
(4).

MELBOURNE, Dec. 12 (UP) -stood
there haughtily, ears pricked

forward and thoroughbred nostrils
The magnificent golden chestnut

flaring aristocratically.

"A fair dinkUm (reliable)
horse," somebody breathed softly,
the words echoeing on tip toe

through the hushed hall.

For this was Phar Lap, the
greatest race horse ever to come

out of Australia.
And even today almost a quar

ter of a century since he died in
California crowds gather around
a gleaming glass stall in a Mel Melbourne
bourne Melbourne museum to stare in won

der at his symmetric beauty.
He was a lot of horse, this

Phar Lap. A big and racy gelding

with the look of those who won't
be beaten capture'! in the glassy

eyes which stare unwaveringly
down the museum corridor at an

aboriginal family tableau.
A Taxidermist's Pride

Only a stuffed horse now, stand standing
ing standing eternally bridled as if ready

to be led ino the paddock. But

they did a grand job on him. The
veins stand out in his once-flying
legs, the mahogany red tail
sweeps almost to the floor and the
auburn mane lies carefully
combed against the glistening
beauty of his silken hide.
One look at him and you can
understand the resentment still
carried in some Australian hearts

because he died mysteriously on

his American invasion.
This was the Man O'War from

Down Under, the racing pride of
a tremendously sports-minded na nation.
tion. nation.

Back in the early thirties he

cleaned up everything in the land
under the Southern Cross. He won
the coveted Melbourne Cun. the

Victoria Derby and just about

everything else he entered. The
big horse won close to $25,000,

which, in those days, was a con
siderable bundle of hay.

Shipped To North America

So they gave him his chance and

shipped him to North America to

make his bid for International
greatness. He won one race and
then, Jrou can get a lot of different
stories as to what happened. He
died of poisoning. Some say it was
intentional. Others contend that it
wasn't.
Phar Lap was foaled in New
Zealand. And an old timer who
had made the pilgrimage to his
shrine observed:
"Do you know, the Australian
newspapers had two headlines
maHv fnr him aluii k m .J. k:

. nirau jiv .inuc mum
first American race? One said
'Great Australia fhimnU Win.

The other said 'New Zealand

horse Fails.'
It is hard to imaeinp aa mi

look at his class's lineal that if

he hadn't eaten grass tainted with
arsenic that April afternoon of
1932 in California, he could have

ever been beaten.

As. the man said, turning awav

Wrom the huge glass case in which

rnar Lap stands:

He was. indeed a "fair Hi-.

kum" horse!

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Coast basketball fans figured they
bad seen it all when BUI Russelt
showed his full repertoire with the
University of San Francisco last
season.
But when the Kansas squad
moves Into Seattle to play Wash-
' H.. UK than tol-ot r-

, . 1 T 1 1 4 L. a

i. aiiicrma m Dereiey t u i c v
nights later, Russell may wind up
a forgotten young man.
The Kansas outfit carries a so sophomore
phomore sophomore from Philadelphia who
will take care of the maicer. That
would be Wilt the Stilt Chamber-

tain, of course. The seven-foot kid

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) BeltiBg

Johnny Summerlin in Syracuse,

Eddie Machen further set up the
next big fight. This should find the

remarkable young man from Red Redding
ding Redding bidding heavily for Floyd Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's newly -acquired heavy heavy-wcight
wcight heavy-wcight championship at Yankee
Stadium in June.
Archie Moore kept the breath of
life in prize fighting the past two
years. With his weight-making, A A-bnrigine
bnrigine A-bnrigine style, and Tasmanian el elixir
ixir elixir pills, goatee and wives, plus a
punch that knocked Rocky Marcia Marcia-no
no Marcia-no down, the antiquated ring gyp

y kept the game alive. He per

sonally conducted a mail and mes message
sage message campaign to land the crack
at Marciano. He would aay any anything
thing anything to break into print. He made
astounding charges, riled foes.
But he brought customers Into the
arena or park and save for his fall

ing apart in the Patterson debacle,

who can do everything on a court jdn't let them 4own

has demonstrated conclusively that

he is one of the few sure things

the sports world has known.

Then was no question about
Chamberlain from the start. In
high school, he was regarded as

good enough to be a professional

star. When be entered Kansas last

year, everybody was ready to con

cede the national title to the Jay Jay-hawks
hawks Jay-hawks the day The Stilt, who
weighs 240, became eligible.
A pre-season poll of the nation's
coaches showed Kansas was picked
to win the national championship.
The normally strong Big Seven
Conference is taken for granted to
be Kansas' parade ground for the
next three seasons.
Wilt the Stilt moves better than
most players a full foot shorter.
He has speed, drive, jumping abili
ty, shooting eye, quick hands, bas basketball
ketball basketball smartness. The Stilt does
it naturally.
In hit first outing this season,
Chamberlain broke records. He
slammed in 52 points and came
down with 39 rebounds against a
Northwestern team which arrived
at Kansas with the specific plan
of containing him.
The total obliterated a record
established by Clyde LovelKVite,
who led Kansas to a national title
in 1952. Lovellette was a com commanding
manding commanding figure. If Chamberlain is
so much better, basketball people
&sk, how can Kansas be beaten?
Looking at Chamberlain in

Hon, the prospects seem bleak.

rie Stilt can score from snv

place. He has a line-drive iumn

shot from around the kevhola

which is a big p o i n t-getter. In
the pivot, he prefers turn-aroimd

jump shots over the sweeping
hook shot which most big men

use.
Russell's forte was a negr-fan-taslic
shot blocking motion and a
broom-like ability to sweep re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds. Most of his points were
scored on tap-in As a- shooter.
Russell wasn't much.
The Stilt can An avarvthins

which made Russell an All-Amari.

ca and gave San Francisco a mod modern
ern modern consecutive victory string.

Two years ago, Red Auerbach
of the Boston Celtics was chomp chomping
ing chomping on a cigar as he watched
Chamberlain in a workout at
Kutsher's, a Catskllls Mountain re re-ort.
ort. re-ort. '.!.;
"He is nrettv eood ln't h.9

a bystander said.
Auerbach chewed a little harder

ii wie cigar, put on his best lour
face as he glanced at the guy.
Chamberlain kept playing and
the bystander nagged Auerbarh

gain.
"How would he rate with your
Easy Ed Macaulev?" h- ..i,.V

Auerbach twisted hl w

red knot.

"Macaulev?" ha t

turred and walked away1: H

y doubt that thnv h.,

to Wilt the Smaimberia'lr,r

For the first time in years, the

situation is bright for a genuine
heavyweight championship fight,
neither Patterson nor Machen has
to resort to tali tales. Here are a
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disappointed person in New York

iue nigni narness racing closed for
the season was an elderly woman
who was standing, her back to the
track, as the last race went off,
She studied a form chart with
complete concentration. When a
bystander asked her why she
wasn't watching the race-the an announcer
nouncer announcer was giving the call, "Tne
horses are in motwn''--ahe snorted.

ieave me aione. I have to get
out for the whole season on the
eighth."
"The eighth race?" the bystand bystander
er bystander yelled. "They're running it
now."
i fbe woman jumped.
"I have the winner all figured
out right here," she screamed
then raced to a mutuel window
It was closed. She argued with
the clerk, to no avail. Disgusted
she went out to watch the r a c e
The race run, she turned toward
the exit.
"My pick lost,'' she snapped.
"You saved some doueh. Mm

bystander told her.

She nearly jumped on him.
"What do you mean?" she roar

ed. "If I would've bet, he was a
cinch to win. Get away from me,
you bum."

AGGIES' BIO KICK
STILLWATER, Okla. (NEA

Coach Bud Wilkinson of Oklaho

ma says that Jim Wood, Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma A. $nd M.'s big sophomore

end, it the most powerful punter

the booners have faced in years.

THIS WOULD BE heavyweight
boxing at its best. There would be
no old man to suddenly decide at
the weighing in that his future was
some distance behind him. Patter Patterson
son Patterson and Machen provide a natural
match with no questions involved.
They couldn't miss drawing a mil million
lion million dollars at the gate.
No other heavyweight ever hit
the highest echelon as quickly as
the pugged-nosed Machen with the
classic moves which belie his in inexperience.
experience. inexperience. Machen is almost un unbelievably
believably unbelievably good for a lad who has
been boxing professionally for no
more than 21 months. His record,

14 knockouts and 19 straight vic victories,
tories, victories, is astounding in view of his
almost total lack of amateur back background.
ground. background. He appeared in no more
than three bouts as a simon-pure-It's
amusing to hear Johnny-Come-Latelys
say that Machen
isn't as yet ready for Patterson.
It actually could be the other way

around. It is quite possible that

Patterson isn t ready for Machen

MACHEN IN THE PAST 10

months has been battle tested to a
greater extent than has Patterson
in the four years since he won the
n the four years since he won the
gold medal in the Olympic Games
at Helsinki. Machen has been
brought along properly, and the
fact that he got there so quickly is
a tremendous recommendation.
Machen, who only has to im improve
prove improve his way of dishing it out in
close, has fought four ranking hea

vyweights this year. He twice went

10 with Julio Mederos, an establish established
ed established whacker. He knocked Nino Val Val-des
des Val-des around for 10 and them left
the gigantic Cubanola for seriously
dead with a single punch in eight.
Johnny Holman was dropped like
a load of dead meat in seven.
Boxing men held Machen in even
higher regard after the thorough
going over he gave the tough and

ringwise Johnny Summerlin.

A match with Hurricane Tommy

Jackson would give the trade a
comparison between Eddie Machen

and Floyd Patterson.

And then the International Box

ing Club would be in business
big business.

Thin-Skinned Ballplayers

Should Ride Race Horses

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Lon Chaney Jr. in

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Alma Roaa Agulrre in
"SIETE MUJERES"
Ninon Sevilla in i
"A VENTURA EN RIO"

FORTUNATELY FOR THE thin

skinned ballplayer, The Thorough

bred Record points out, weight

precludes his having aspirations of
becoming a jockey.

Whit the cantankerous Williams
and other noble athletes in base-'
ball knickers consider mistreat-!
ment by the trade would be deem deemed
ed deemed extreme flattery by star jocks
such as Eddie Arcaro and Willie
Shoemaker. They are accustomed
to hearing the boo birds right out
loud when their performance is
merely outstanding instead of su superhuman.
perhuman. superhuman. The stickouts hear the
Bronx cheer oftenc than the oth others
ers others because they draw the supe
rior mounts and necessarily are
frequently on beaten favorites.

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Bill Russell Has
Boston Celtics
Running Scared
NEW YORK (NEA) -The Bos
ton Celtics put on a fine early
splurge as the National Basketball
Association season opened and. ex experts
perts experts busy trying to find out
why.
"Tommy Heinsohn is a big rea reason,"
son," reason," Coach Red Auerbach noted.
Heinsohn, a recruit from Holy

Gross, has been a surprise.

Hiensohn helps, a Boston
player said, "but he is nothing

like Bill Russell. We expect to get
him here and that means somebo

dy's going to get out. This club is

playing cause they're afraid.
Big Bill Russell, the San Fran

cisco ace, is expected to sign a

Boston contract upon his return
from the Olympic Games in Mel

bourne.

Jfu TftudkAia faux Spahbn,
is pleased to announce its occupancy of its new
store situated at No. 26-109 Central Ave. at
only 20 meters from the old location.
The management will continue to give effi efficient
cient efficient and courteous service to its distingushed
clientele beginning from today, Dec. 10.
Formal inauguration will take place during
the month of May, 1957, when the 10th ahiriter
sary of the founding Casa Spar ton will be cele

brated.

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Kuwait Explosion
Doesn't Slow Oil
Output-Not Much
LONDON, Dec. 12, (UP) A I
foreign office spokesman said
today that sabotage of Kuwait
OH Company installations had
not affected the overall produc products
ts products in Britain's biggest oil sup supplier.
plier. supplier. The spokesman confirmed that
one well in the fabulously rich
OH Sheikdom had been fired and
was at last reports burning fu furiously.
riously. furiously. But he said there were
no reports of demonstrations or
other distaurbances.
Some 80 per cent of Britain's
oil comes from the Kuwait Oil
Company which Is Anglo-American
owned.
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: T.l.vision, RCA
21", $250.00. Phone Curimdu,
4ial WtIE, afttr 4 p.m.
Eloctric Stryal refrigerator. A A-pertment
pertment A-pertment file sas stovt. Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom suite: dresiing table with
tool, chest of drawers, doubt
rubber foam mattreu. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4274, Panama.
FOR SALE:- Stool buf f tt,
child's chiffonitr, China closet,
metal standi, 25 cycle clock,
25 cycle fan 12 inch. Tel. Bal.
2571.
FOR SALE: Double 14 foot
now Kolvinator $995.00, now
$580.00. Now automatic Ropor
gas rang, 5530, now $270.00.
Now glass gas heater $159 now
90.00. 24" Hi Fl Magna vox
Television.
costs $500.00 now $370. Fomol
building No. 4 .Ricardo Arias
and 52 street. Campo Alegre.
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
set: tofe, two chairs, coffee
table and nest of tables. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Telephone 3-58-45.
FOR SALE: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished luxury apartment "brand
new" have to sell fest $1,450.
Call E. Krikl 2-0931, Panama.
Hope for Sixty-Two
Dimming in Canada;
Bui Search Still On
VANCOUVER, B.C., Dec. 12
tun Air force searcners were
stalled by the weather today as
hope gtew slim that any of 62
persons aboard a trans-Canada
plane missing in the mountains
oi British Colombia could be a a-live.
live. a-live. As the sun rose on the third
day of the search for the air airliner
liner airliner that vanished Sunday
night in a snowstorm, the
mountains about 100 miles east
of here remained wreathed In.
clouds, as they had bean almost
since the bunt began.
Nothing more was kftlwn Of
the plane's fate than when the
searcn got underway, but the
searchmaster, squadron George
Sheehan, was confident that
some sign of the airliner could
be found If the weather cleared.
"Given one hour of unlimit unlimited
ed unlimited visibility, we would be al almost
most almost certain to find some
trace of the plane," he said.
More than 50 planes were on
call. But all the would-be res rescuers
cuers rescuers could do was wait.
The North Star tour'st plane
carrying 16 women and 46 men
disappeared in a snowstorm,
with one engine gone and Ice
building up on its wings.
It was not known ff the Diane
crashed, crash-landed or. maoe
a forced landing. Search planes
skimmed over mountain Heaks
and threaded their wav down
narrow valleys Monday and
Tuesday, but the clouds blinded
them at almost every turn.
Its Closed Court
For Ex-Veep,
Freedom Fighter
BELGRADE, Dec. 12 (UP)
Belgrade circuit court tortny bar
red newsmen and the public from
the trial of forme'" vice-prudent
and ex-partisan fighter Milovan
Djilas.
Djilas went on trial this morning
on charge of fomenting propagan propaganda
da propaganda against the state and people
of Yugoslavia in his uninhibited
writings for western journals.
The court was closed after the
public prosecutor read' the indict indictment
ment indictment against the tous'e-haired one
time favorite of President Tito.
The public prosecutor, Aleksand-
ar Atanoqkovic, won agreement of
me live .nidges lor secret sessions
on the grounds that evidence will
deal mostly with Yugoslavia's for
eign policy and its relations with
some foreign countries.
Djilas has been outspoken in his
criticism of Soviet Russia and its
strong hand in eastern European
satellites.
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
rOK SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Why take anoth another
er another cold shower Buy a TRO TRO-P
P TRO-P IK-SHOWER, a water heater
for the shower only. Full price
$27.50 ,-ompletely installed. 7
day frei trial. One year guar guar-rantee.
rantee. guar-rantee. Cell Panama 37357.
FOR SALE: Lionel O gange
train, accessories. Excellent
condition. Cost $200. Will tail
for $50.00. Balboa 2-4294.
FOR SALE:- Gas hot water
heater, $90.00. Panama: 3-4871.
House 1 12-A, Via Espana.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi record play
or, 40 cycle. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 25 cycle refrigerator, 9 cu
Ft., good condition. Balboa
4342.
FOR SALE:- "Gloria", talk talking
ing talking parrot. A lifelong Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gift. Amusing companion,
$50.00 with cage. Balboa 2-3480.
FOR SALE: Banjo, single bed
and mattress, electric train,
bloxing gloves, football, helmet
end shoulder pads, Balboa 2 2-3492.
3492. 2-3492. FOR SALE: Sohmer upright
piano. Excellent condition. 5507
B) Diablo Hgts. Tel. 2-4478.
FOR SALE: 9 foot General
Electric refrigerator, good con condition.
dition. condition. Beginner's violins. Tel.
3-1815, Panama, 44 street No.
34.
FOR SALE: Milliard radio, five
bands, 5 tubes. Used slightly
$60.00. Philips radio-phonograph,
4 bands, brand new and
in perfect condition $140.00,
Amateur transmitter 1 00W
complete with modulator and
VFO $200.00. High-fidelity
"Hcathkit" record player in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Original price
$194.50, now $94.50. Used
"Hoover" Electric Washing Ma Machine;
chine; Machine; very good condition $35. $35.-00.,
00., $35.-00., "Whirlpool" gas dryer.
Shopworn. Originally $385.00,
new $230.00 'Leonard'' 7 cubic
foot freezer. Used for about a
year, in very good condition. Ori Original
ginal Original value $395.00, now $195. $195.-00.
00. $195.-00. Philco radio phonograph
console. Radio has five bands
and five tubes Three speed
record player. Mahogany. Very
good condition $75.00. "Olym "Olympic"
pic" "Olympic" Television Set, 17" screen
used for very, little time $190. $190.-00.
00. $190.-00. Zenith radio-phonograph
console. Has twelve-inch speak speaker
er speaker and three-speed record player.
Mahogany finish. Very cjood
condition $95.00. "RCA" Table
Model Radio. Q44, seven
tubes, seven bands, perfect con condition
dition condition $50.00 "Rheem" kero kerosene
sene kerosene stove. 3 burners; originally
$22.50, now $9.95. "Leonard"
automatic defrosting refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 9 cubic foot in very pood
condition. Original price $525. $525.-00,
00, $525.-00, now $250.00. Zenith table
model radio-phonograph, four
sleeds, almost new $70 00.
"Sylvania" Hi Fi consolerta,
three speakers, tabla modal or
with stand; Mahogany, very
slightly ued. Originally $198. $198.-00.
00. $198.-00. now $128.00. Elertro-Voiee
Soeaker, Model SP 128 12",
with mahogany cabinet $75.00.
"Toa;tmaster" automatic toast toaster.
er. toaster. Model IB 16 in perfect con condition,
dition, condition, very little use $15: Mo Motor
tor Motor GF 20 HP 3 Phase 50 Cy Cycles.
cles. Cycles. 720 RPM $150.00. Motor
Delco V HP AC 60 Cy. 1725
RPM (small) $30.00. Motor
"Ritter" 2S cvcles, AC 115V 1
amp. $15.00. Halman, S.A., Vis
Espana No. 1
Miqhty Purty
Words, Neighbor
BAY SPRINGS, Miss., Dec. 12-
(UP) Ex-prisoner A. D. (Bob)
Cilbreathe left this poem behind in
his empty cell for Sheriff W. P.
Tally:
I cussed and prayed... I
cheated and lied. . I couldn't zt
out of jail. . no matter now i
tried.
"So I made a key.. to fit my
door. .I'm Bone good buddy.
you'll see me no more. (I hone)
"Tmeftngiv yours, boo . mer merry
ry merry Christmas and a happy New
Year."
Panama 3-0383

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1949 Fordor
Kaiser, overdri -e, four new
tires. Good condi'ion. Duty paid
$200.00 cash or best offer. Rea Reason
son Reason for selling: need car giving
ever 18 miles per gallon. Phono
Chenalloy, Albroek 7147 7 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Duty paid 1950
Buick Super 4-door, radio, di direction
rection direction lights, 3 new tires. $425.
83-7141, 2054-H Curundu.
1956 Pontiac Station Wagon
chieftain V8. 'passenger 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, excellent condition. Best
offer over $2,600. 8215-A Mar Margarita
garita Margarita 3-2352.
FOR SALE: 1951 Olds 98, 1st
class condition, all extras. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3 6871 or (office) Albrok
5148.
FOR SALE: -BARGAIN 1951
Chrysler, New Yorker, 33.000
miles, power drive, brake, dir directional
ectional directional signals, back-up lights,
radio end other extres. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition, 8450. Duty paid
0906, Amador Road. Balboa
3060.
FOR SALE: 1949
convertible. $300.
Balboa 2593.
Chevrolet
Telephone

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Beware Of Carbon Monoxidel F0R RENT: Apartment, build build-Equip
Equip build-Equip your car with a new inS recently built: 2 bedrooms,
Maremont Muffler and Tail- ail modern conveniences, El
pipe todeyl Autoac 15th St. A Cangrejo. Eusobio A. Morales
Melendez Ave., Colon. No. 5. $125.00. Phone 3-0579,
Panama.
FOR RENT: Apartments L
deal location EI Cangrejo furn- FOR RENT: Apartment, con-
ished or unfurnished. Phone 3- crete house, living-dining room
5692. bedroom, kitchen, yard, park
' Ing space. $50.00. "Urbaniia-
FOR SALE: -1949 Ford I cyl. cion "La Predera," facing "La
4 door, recently painted, new Garantia." furniture factory,
SK1,0 iUry' n,w tirM' Sabants. Telephone 3-2796.
$325.00. Tel. Panama 3-5S49 af-
LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE: 1955 Nash ramb-
lor air-conditioned, automatic LOST-.-A medium sized white
transmission, continental kit Tom cat with orangey tan
$1,700. Call Lacona 3855. Busi- markings and a white "zig zeg
ness 86-3257. flash" on his tan foreheed. Re-
iocc .!.: -l 7"7 i W4rd U Balboa 3630 or bring
!5 fHon Swer 761, Barney St. Kathy Casey.
glide, redio. Re : Navy 3178;
jLL! Wonted Position
Position Offered Secretarial position wanted:
i Young lady, bilingual, U.S. eol-
WANTED: Bilingual secrete- lege graduate, 2 years export-
ry, competent accountant with once, available January It.
pleasant personality. Send pho- Exposition neighborhood pre-
to and all particulars to Box ferred. Advise interview date
433, Panama. box 4149, Panama.
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Giant Steel Firm
Schedules Merger,
Faces Trust Suit
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP)
Both Bethlehem Steel Corp.
and the Justice Department to today
day today hoped for a oulck decision
ing their coming court fight over
Betnienems proposed merger
with Youngstown Sheet arid
Tube Co.
Bethlehem the world's second
bitjgedt steel company an
nounced in New York yesterday
it will go ahead with plans to
merge Youngstown despite pre
vious Justice Department warn
ings the merger will violate an
ti-trust laws.
Attorney General Herbert
Browned Jr. announced im immediately
mediately immediately that the Justice De Department
partment Department will file a civil anti antitrust
trust antitrust surt in an effort to block
the merger.
The merger would be one of
the biggest in American history,
creating a corporation with as assets
sets assets totalling more than $2 bil billion
lion billion and annual steel output of
24 8 million tons.
However, the enlarged Beth
lehem still would rank well be below
low below the nation's and the world's
largest steel company the giant
U.S. Steel corp. U.S. Steel's an
nual output is 39.1 minion tons.
Bethlehem currently nas a
rated steel-making capacity of
191 million tons a year. Youngs Youngstown
town Youngstown the nation's sixth rank ranking
ing ranking steel firm has a capacity
of 5.75 million tons a year.
Brownell contends that the
merger would bring about a re restraint
straint restraint of trade and would tend
to create a monopoly. He said
the anti-trust laws directed the
department to oppose
mergers
which tend "to create a
mono
poly."
Bethlehem officials countered
that contrary to the govern
ment's position the merger ac actually
tually actually would tend to stimulate
trade in sine industry.
First Argentine
Saint An Indian?

VATICAN CITY, Dec. 12 (UP) (UP)-An
An (UP)-An Indian boy who died when h
me ir vears old may, become

Argentina's first saint, it

was

parnprl todav.

The Roman Catholic Church's
Holy Congregation of Rites at its
regular meeting today began dis discussing
cussing discussing the possible beatification

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 1st Street No. 42. For
further details call 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 master
ter master bedrooms containing both
shower and tub, hot and cold
water throughout. Large com
bination sitting-dining room,
large kitchen, beautifully fin finished,
ished, finished, liberal-sized closets. Al Also
so Also separate maids room and
laundry aree. Golf putting
green and lovely garden. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: 34437 during office
hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment good location Ave. Peru
38-14. Information Phone 3 0088.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, hot water, maid's
room. El Cangrejo. 2nd. floor.
$115.00. Telephone 3-6523.
Com mo Strike Cuts
UN Cops And Cities
ROME, Italy, Dec. 12 (UP)
A sudden 24-hour telecommuni
cations strike cut Italian cities
off from each other todav and
isolated the Naples headouarters
of the United Nations emergen
cy iorce.
Naples is the advance hase
for troops joining the U.N. po
nce iorce in Egypt.
The str'ke was suddenly call called
ed called by telephone and telegraph
workers unions at 9 p.m. to
enforce demands for wage in increases.
creases. increases. The government's ministry of
communications opened nego-j
nations with union leaders im-
mediately after the walkout be-'
gan.
16 Bombs Exploded
As Outbreak Flares
LONDON, Dec. 12 (UP) Sabo
teurs exoloded 16 bombs early yes
terday in the Anglo-American oil oilfields
fields oilfields at Kuwait, setting fire to one
oilwell and damaging pipelines'
disDatches from Bahrain reported

toaay.
It was the first serious outbreak

against the west since end of

the

Suez fighting. Kuwait police be
gan an investigation but said no
arrests had been made.
utner attacks on ollwells, gas

pipelines, nower station and a wa water
ter water distillation plant was unsuc-

cessiui. out tanker loadings were
suspended and strict security pre precautions
cautions precautions were set up.
A foreign office spokesman said

the sabotage had not affected

the

- 'overall production in Kuwait big
igest oil suppliers. Kuwait is an in

dependent Arab nation under Brit'
ish protection and is located at the
head of the Persian Gulf. It sup

plies 60 per cent of Britain s oil.

Hungary Hombre
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Dec.
12 (UP) The thief who broke
into the Henry Johnson home
apparently was just hungry. The
only thing taken was a piece of
apple pie.

rf Zeferino Manuncura. member

of the Arauca Indian tribe
Argentina.
Ku died in Rome in 1905 after
intensely spiritual life.

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etc. $175 Phone Graham Cristo Cristobal
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Just arrived treilers, hitches,
and bumper clomps, also sev several
eral several used treilers, reasonable.
ABERNATHY, Telephone 3 02-
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Three lots in El
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each lot approximately 500
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meter, desire quick sale for
appointment to see call Hotel
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nama. Pa-nama. Missile Runs Amock,
Gone in Death Valley
After Jet Chases It
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE,
Calif., Dec. 12 (UP A Naw
regulus guided missile slipped free
oi us electronic controls yesterday
and outraced a pursuing jet plane
before crashing on the eastern
edge of Death Valley.
Navy officials said the 33-foot
craft's guiding mechanism failed
shortly after it was launched on a
routine test flight. The jet plane
was sent to bring the missile back
under electronic control.
Officials said the missile out outdistanced
distanced outdistanced the jet plane and crash
ed in a nonpopulated resion near
Furnace Creek about 130 miles
from here. The missile reportedly
streaked out of control over the
test ranee here before heading in into
to into the desert.
The Navy said the missile is cap capable
able capable of reaching the speed of
sound and can be fired from the
ground or aboard a ship. Officials
said hundreds, of preif"s tests of
reeulus missiles had been held
without mishap.
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1 Want the Electric
After Shooting
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 12 (UP)
An office building manager who
confessed shooting and stabbing
his wife and daughter to death
waited today for a chance to "ask
for the electric chair,' saying he
meant to kill himself but mislaid
the gun.
Arthur J. Cory, 57, told news
men after his arrest Monday. "I
want them to send me to the
electric chair the sooner the bet
ter. I'll ask them for it. I'm not
going to offer one of those 'crazy'
defenses."
Sheriff Etf Reeves said Cory,
manager of a downtown skyscrap skyscraper,
er, skyscraper, apparently was driven by wor
ry over impending loss of his job
148 Bases Outlets
For Whiskey to Go
Including Oklahoma
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UP)
Packaged liquor is sold to service
men at 148 military installations in
this country.
The Defense Department reluc reluctantly
tantly reluctantly disclosed this when the Unit United
ed United Press asked for the nams of
bases where whisky can be pur purchased
chased purchased by military personnel.
Assistant Defence Secretary
Robert Tripp Ross made available
a list of the installations. He com commented
mented commented that the department had
not "initiated" release of the data
but said it was available to any
reporter seeking it.
a aistiuer recently oompiainea-
w a nouse suDcommiuee on gov
ernment mtormation tnat the tie
fense Department would not
mm see me list
Subcommittee Chairman John
E. Moss (D-Calif) asked Ross for
an explanation. The congressman
said "there certainly tan be no
military security involved."
A staff member of the Moss
subcommittee had said Ross
feared that if the list Were publi publicized,
cized, publicized, the Women's Christian
Temperance Union would demand
that the liquor sales be stopped.
Ross told the United Press this
was pot correct.
The department apparently
feared that publication of the list
might lead to complaints from
liases not having the right to sell
packaged liquor and also arouse
opposition among retail liquor out
lets.
The Defense Department permits
sale of packaged liquor at so
called "remote" bases. One e

ample is Oklahoma, a "dry" state.

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WANTED: Experienced cook.
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.
Chair,' He Says

Wife and Dattghtei

to slaughter his wife) Dorothy,
and his daughter Letitia, in the
sleep two nights ago.
Cory slashed hisij&wn wrist b
a hospital reportef hf was r
seriously hurt. t f
"It was the only way out," C
said. "My wife wis a uroud
man and I didn't want the stign
ir Demg uie daughter of a suicid
on r,ne child. She was a shv el
ana children are cruel.
i naa planned to Kin mvs
at nrst out ended up like this.
couldn't remember what I h a
done with the gun.'?
Reeves quoted a maid. M a
McKinney, 56, as saying she
rived Monday, found Cory sittii
nude in one bedroom. She said
told her, "I lost my mind."
"I asked. 'Where's Mrs. Col
and 'Title?'
" 'They're in yonder dead.'
The maid said Cory then "askJ
me to get him a glass of ml
and some cake."
"I said, 'oh, Mr. Cory, this
awful. Why did you do it?'
She then ran to summon
Officers found a sham
carving knife, apparently use
tory, on me noor.
Marine Guard Shoot
Two Other Jarheads
Claims Tampering'
CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C, De
12 (UP) Marine Corps off icia
today pressed an investigation
the shoot in e of t wo Marines hvl
sentry who claimed J cu1
- them tampering with a parkl
- Car.
let! The base Information o f f i c i
here revealed Monday that oi
I Marine had been wounded critic!
ly and the other wounded in
leg in the Sunday nignt shootin
He auoted the sentri as sa
he saw two men tarnlering
the car which was parked :
the headquarters of the 2nd
rine Division. He said another mi
was sitting in a nearby car
the motor running.
The sentry challenged the
and they ran. toward the wa
car. When they ignored his or
to halt he fired one shot at
rear of the car; The bullet
parently broke into fragmenl
wounding both.
About 20 minutes later, two
rines, one with a bullet wound
his leg, reported to the camp
pensary. They told doctor the
was another injured man outsiq
The wounded men were ad
to the naval hospital here
The names of the wouitded m
their companion and the sent!
were withheld pending completil
of the investigation.
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about in the form of a pair of pets who just flew in the win window.
dow. window. Baited by a shiny half-dollar, the crows were persuaded
to'stay a while. But one made off with the money and the
wner had to chase up to the roof to recover it. Above, the
other crow seems aboGt toswipe Ann Lawrin's pencil. Other
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Batwma American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

'Twill Really be Jolly Season
For Hungarians Going to States

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER It, 1956

PTY CENTS

Integrated Clinton High Incidentless
For 2 Days In a Row; Principal Beams

Outlaw Irish Army Attacks
Again At Police, None Die

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CLINTON STUDENTS BACK AT SCHOOL Two Negro students sit among white students and
teachers as an injunction is read to the student body of Clinton, Tenn., High School forbid forbidding
ding forbidding misconduct against Negro students. The school, which was Closed Dec. 4 after demon-
strations against integration, was reopened with police and FBI agents standing by.

ir

I Didn't Say Helk Baby He Claims;
Kidnap, Assualt Trial of 7 Continued

BUSHNELL, Fla., Dec. 12 (UP)
A Negro farmhand has denied
yelling "Hello, baby" at an attrac attractive
tive attractive white school teacher before he
was allegedly flogged and abduct abducted
ed abducted by seven white men.
"Jesse Woods, 39, testifying dur during
ing during the trial of the seven men,
said yesterday he did not make

the remark to the teacher, Mary

Evelyn Hill, nor to any other white

woman Oct. 28, the day of .his

aMuction.
The dark-haired teacher, wear wearing
ing wearing a tight-fitting corset, appeared

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Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
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High
Low

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ROIN (inches)
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13

HIGH
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LOW
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5:58 p.m.

in the courtroom but did not testi testify
fy testify during the cpening session.
The seven Central Florida men

are facing charges of false im

prisonment and aggravated as
sault. They are accused of ahduc

ting Woods from a jail cell, where

he had gone for protection, and

assaulting him.

Woods had returned to jail fol-

l'wing arraignment on drunken

ness and disorderly charges after
noticing that he and his father

were being followed by several

cars on their way home. His fa

ther had put up his bail.

Shortly after being accommodat

ed by police, Woods said, "The

boys shined a light in the jail and

said, 'There he is.'
"I laid down under a cot in an another
other another cell.. .they came into the jail
and hit me on the nose and face,"
he testified.
His assailants, Woods said, car carried
ried carried him into a car, drove off and
then abandoned him.
"I didn't see anybody well
enough to recognize them."
After he was abandoned, Woods
disappeared and was feared dead.
FBI officials found him staying

viith a blind Negro preacher in
Andalusia, Ala.
The defendants are George Alt Alt-man,
man, Alt-man, Max Stumborg and Ezekial
Alderman, all of Wildwood; Ro Robert
bert Robert J. Nesmith and Leaman Lun Lun-dy
dy Lun-dy of Belleview; Doyle Charles
Polk of Oxford 'and Keith Sands,
who has moved from Wildwood to
Jacksonville since his arrest.

CLINTON, Term., Dec. 11
(UP) Principal D. J. Brittaln

Jr., of Clinton Hioh School said
today ho "couldnt ask tor two
mora successful" days than
thoo at tht integrated school
Monday and Tuesday.
Attendance rose to 609 yester

day, including seven Negro stu students.
dents. students. Total enrollment is approxi

mately 700.

Brittain said during the past two

days there have been no incidents

of any sort. School opened orderly
and was dismissed with the same
results.

The Negro students came and

left unescorted yesterday, as they
did Monday after 16 persons were

arrested over the weekend for
their alleged part in provoking new

outbreaks of violence at the school

Trial for the 14 men and

women has been set for Jan.

Their attorneys have until Jan

to file briefs on their pleas to drop
charges of contempt of court in

violating a federal injunction pro

hibiting interference in Clinton
school integration.

Give Up or Die
Is Cuban Offer
To Rebel Bands

HAVANA, Dec. 12 (UP) The
government of President Fulsen Fulsen-cio
cio Fulsen-cio Batista yesterday gave the bro.
ken remnants of a revolutionary
movement in eastern Cuba 48
hours to surrender or face extinc1
tion.
The ultimatum became effec effective
tive effective at noon yesterday and will
end at noon tomorrow. It was an announced
nounced announced in a proclamation issued
at the town of Niquero, base of o o-perations
perations o-perations for the army's mopping mopping-un
un mopping-un activities against the rebels.

The proclamation said that

army liaison aircraft equipped

with loudspeakers will advise the

where to present them-

for the surrender.

two rebel

28.
12

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FBI is 'Meddling
Says Mississippian

Over Clinton Issue

JACKSON, Miss.. Dec. 12 (UP)

State Rep. Jimmy Morrow today

urged strong measures to curb the
use of FBI agents by Attorney
General Herbert Brownell Jr. to
enforce integration at Clinton,

Tenn.
Morrow said in a statement yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Mississippi's Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen should "look into the possibi possibility
lity possibility of curtailing the powers" of

the Justice department.
Morrow said he was "alarmed"
over reports that the FBI warned
high school students about mis

conduct toward Negroes in the

Clinton High School.
"It must be terribly embarrass embarrassing.
ing. embarrassing. . to the fine upright young
men and women in the BI to be
ordered to spy on little boys and
girls in a school room," he said.
Morrow said he would like mem members
bers members of Congress to take steps "e "e-ven
ven "e-ven to cutting off appropriations to
that branch of government or a a-bolishing
bolishing a-bolishing it, then setting up i new
office with rlwcrs. . set out in
the statute whereby it could not
assume authority by a court de decree."
cree." decree." "If something is not done quick

and fast we are headed into a po police
lice police state that will make Hitler,

Mussolini and Stalin look like ama

teurs," said Morrow.
In Louisiana, State Attorney

General Jack GremUJion announc announcer!
er! announcer! his state will send a Citizens'

Council official t6 join other south southern
ern southern states in defending 16 persons
chareed with interfering w i t h

school Integration at uinion.

U.S.'s Xmas Girl
In Critical Shape

selves

It instructed the

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SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 12 -arp)
A 16-vear-old cancer vie

tim whose appeal for mail brought

an estimated W.uuu leuers

Christmas cards took a turn for

the worse yestenday and was plac

ed on the critical list.
Irene Jaroncky, daughter of i

bus driver, was told by her doctor
last week that sh; had only two

weeks at the most to live. She has

been suffering from cancer for

several years.
The eirl made a nationwide ap

peal last week for Christmas
cards "from any one if there is
still time." Her appeal carried by

United Press brought an ava
lanche of cards ai d letters.

Irene, despite being cheered by
thousands of "new friends, be

came weaker Sunday.

The Negro students had com
plained of being stoned and mo molested
lested molested by white students, and last
week, a white minister was
ganged and beaten after oscort oscort-ina
ina oscort-ina the Negroes safely to school.

The school was closed until this
past Monday.
R. G. Crossno, chairman of the

Anderson County school board,

said members would hold their
regular quarterly meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to consider "rules and proce procedures
dures procedures in hearing cases for expell expelling
ing expelling students."
Crnasno said the board hopes to

adopt a measure of expulsion
uiir-h would sdoIv to all county

schools, as well as for specific use

in Clinton.
Meanwhile. Brittain said two

members of the Tennessee Feder Federation
ation Federation for Constitutional Govern Government
ment Government had aDnroached him about

outlining to students their rights

under the U.S. constitution.

Rr ttn n said he (linn I rem em

w ther names. DUt tnai mey

,ere from Nashville. Crossno said

he wax informed of a request by

the Federation members to ad address
dress address the student body, but that
the request could not be granted

without the board's approval.

Baked Dumplings,
Meal Win Annual

Baking Contest

NEW YORK D.ec. 12 (UP) A

California housewite s main aisn
of meat and baked dumplings in
gravy yesterday edged a teenag teenager's
er's teenager's hoot owl cookies for top prize
iii the eighth annual Grand Na National
tional National Recipe and Baking Contest.

MM. HUdreth n. name way,

wife of a Santa Baroara, cam.,

government trapper, won ws.imo
and a free trip to Europe for her herself
self herself and her husband for her entry
of meat and dumplings which she
called a California casserole.

It was the seventh year that
Mrs. Hatheway had entered the

two-day national bakeoff, spon

sored by Pillsbury muis, ano n
.. i a t i

was tne tirst time inai a main
dish ever has taken the top prize.
Mrs. Hatheway said she would use

the monev to buy a home.

The hoot owl cookies submitted
by Natalie R. Biggin, 15, of
Olympia, Wash., won the second
grand prize of $5,000. Chocolate
drops form the owl eyes in the
butter type cookie.
There were 100, finalists, includ

ing four teen-aged boys and a col college
lege college professor, competing in the

bakeoff.

rebels to ap

in groups of not more than

five persons each, and with inter

vals of one hour between each
group. The proclamation was

signed by Col. Ramon Cruz Vidal,

chief of operations in the "war

zone."
Col. Cruz Vidal said the pur

pose ot the surrender offer was

to "avoid any useless bloodshed

He called on the rebels to lay

aown tneir arms and "give up

your useless suicidal attitude."

At Santiago, in Cuba's eastern

tip, the Army released an Ameri

can yachtsman, Lloyd T. Dorsey,
of Jacksonville, Fla., whose yacht

Aumoana was seized Dec. 6, off
Baracoa, because it was suspect suspected
ed suspected of carrying revolutionaries.
President Batista pledged that

any rebels who surrender will
have full guarantees for their

lives.

By H. D. QUIGG With him are his mother, Juli

MUNICH, Dec. 12 (UP) They're!5S; his wife, Magdalna; his
going home for Christmas t h i s janos, 12, and his daughters

from communist horror in nuaga- 4.

BELFAST, Northern Ireland,

Dec. 12 (UP) Irish National Nationalists
ists Nationalists attacked army, police and
government installations across
Northern Ireland today hi gun gun-blazing
blazing gun-blazing attempt to seize a fort fortress
ress fortress full of arms.

Sentries and police patrols
foiled the main assault on a
British Army Regimental Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters at Armagh. But the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists succeeded in seizing
200 pounds of dynamite in an another
other another of 12 lightning raids with within
in within three hours.
Northern Ireland mobilized its
emergency force of 12,000 sieel sieel-hejfneted
hejfneted sieel-hejfneted police and police re reserves.
serves. reserves. In Britain itself, the Home
Office alerted police and ar army
my army posts through out the
country against any attempt
to spread the anti-British v o o-lence.
lence. o-lence. Under the cover of a batterine

northern gale the Nationalists
unleashed their biggest single
campaign since the war 34 years
ago. A dozen separate attacks or
clashes were reported.
Terrorists operated with mili military
tary military precision succeeded in de destroying
stroying destroying the British Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting Co. transmitter station at
Londonderry, and a courthouse
at Magherafelt and damaged
two bridges in Fermanagh coun-
,
Top O' Irish
Poet Comm'
COBH, Ireland, Dec. 12' (UP)
Patrick Kavanagh, Ireland's best
known contemporary poet, leaves

nere tomorrow morning for Amer America
ica America "to see the nlace for myself."

ne is scheduled to sail on the

Cunard liner "Corinthia" for New
York. Kavanagh said he would

stay in the U.S. "as long as I am

welcome." He proposes also to

visit South America.

ry.
Happy? You should see their

faces. This is the season of joy to

the world, and deep joy shines in
the faces of this group of half
hundred mea, women, and chil children.
dren. children. Home, now, is America. And
that's where we're bound. We'll
be taking off in a few minutes in
the first flight of "Operation Safe
Haven" in which 15.000 Hungarian
refugees wil) be taken by air and
sea to the United States.
They've said goodbye to the
fatherland. These refugees now
are looking forward toward new
free lives in a free country. They'll
be home for Christmas new
homes, but nonetheless real ones,
friendly ones, in a land that is
opening its doors to them in a way
that says, "Come on in and share
our bounty and respect."
We're taking off on a 23-hour
aerial journey to McGuire Air
Force Base, N. .J This is the first
military air transport plane in a
massive airlift, sparked by the
White House, that aims to move
R.500 refugees from Munich to the
United States by the end of this
month.
The other 5,500 wi)l be taken by

snip trom bremerhaven.

Our first plane should arrive in

America loqay. men will come
the first look as the land of hope

ior sucn as Anna, a 19 vear

old redhead from Budapest.

Anna, wno worked as a hair

dresser, is wearing a red sweater

and wool slacks. She has only one

skirt with her. Her overcoat got

so dirty when she lay in a mud

dy field one night near the Aus

trian border that she is ashamed
to wear it.

'I am very happy, and I am

eating so much" she says in her

high-school-taught English. 'T am
hoping for a better and nicer fu

ture:"
Why did she flee? Simple, she

says, it was fear the Russians

would molest her. Her parents

were afraid to come with her

Afraid of getting caught. She
doesn't want her full name pub published
lished published because of possible repris reprisals
als reprisals against them.
She came out of Budapest in a
students.

It was "a terrible thins" t h

happened on Oct. 28 in front
AVH headquarters in Miskolc,

I'll v ni iki ihri i.rufM, sain I

to Budapest to help the peop
fight." The police stopped the

and took SO men to jail.
Next day, between 300 and

jiii.il a(iiwui munis va uiprpn n

shouted: "Let those men out."

police told the students to go horn

ine students refused to bo.

rules and threw erenades. ki

15.

Onlookers phoned workers fro

nearby mines, who were on strik

open the back doors of the hea

quarters. Entering, the mine

1L.... A. r tt i

in re w ruies out oi me windows

aoout 50 citizens who entered

front doors. A mob of 3,000 gat

and kicked to death.

"i.'jMt uvcuu n

armed citizens Went from floor
r i i f i .' :

Between 20 and 25 AVtt men w
shot.

U. S. Speeds Up
Flying Carpet

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for Hungarian refugees today.

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press on in their homeland

me in the new world.
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planes were droning steadily

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November Rainfall
Heavier This Year;
Cooler Weather Too

November went out like a Hon
this year with above average
rains and some of the coolest
weather on record, according to
the monthly report of the Me Meteorological
teorological Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch.
The monthly mean tempera temperature
ture temperature at Balboa Heights was 77.6
degrees, the lowest recorded at
that station since 1909. Balboa
Heights also reported a low of
68 degrees on Nov. 23, which was
the lowest November minimum
at 'that station since 1911.
November rainfall at most
stations was above normal with
nearly 30 inches recorded by At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side stations.
Although showers occurred al almost
most almost dally, the stormiest weath weather
er weather came during the last- part of
the month when a norther hit
the Atlantic entrance of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Nov. 23, accompanied by
heavy rain and strong northerly
winds reaching an extreme vel velocity
ocity velocity of 38 miles per hour.
The general rains of Nov. 23
caused flood conditions over the
Gatun Lake Basin. The drum
gates at Madden Dam were low lowered
ered lowered for 29 hours and six spill spillway
way spillway gates were open at Gatun
Spillway for 12 hours as a flood

control measure.
Two earthquakes were record recorded
ed recorded in the Canal Zone during the
month. The stronger one, rated
Force IV, occurred on the morn morning
ing morning of November 1 and was felt
generally. It originated about 75
miles northwest of Balboa. The
second, rated Force III, came on
November 19 and originated a a-bout
bout a-bout 50 miles from Balboa.

Un-O. Henrysh Christmas Story
In Twist Ending of Twin Larceny

Why does on actress work hord
to become well known and then
wear dork glasses to keep from

being recognizee

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DURHAMM, N. C, Dec. 12 -(UP)
A woman laundry worker
cashed an insurance check here
Monday, payment for painful

burns received when she caught

her hand in a steam presser.
Rosa Lee Wilson, 36, took the

$110 in $5, $10 and $20 bills and
tucked it carefully in a purse.

It was a nice windfall at Christ

mas time.

She walked into a store and

bought a bag of Candy. She bought

an inexpensive snawi and ntst
looked at the glittering Christmas

wares.
A polite man walked up and
asked if she would help him pick
out a gift, something i very nice for
an old lady who had cared for his
mother.

Then another man joined the
two and explained he had just
found a billfold containing a large

amount of money ind some

bonds. He flashed a billfold with
the edge of some bills showing.

He said his boss, an "ell com-

oanv man." could cash the bonds,

but would need some cash to com-

nlete the transaction. The way he

evolained it. each of the three

would cet $400 if they could raise

enough between them to swing the
deal.
The woman handed over her
$110 and made arrangements to
meet the men a little later to di divide
vide divide the money.
She waited and waited while the
Christmas crowds streamed by.

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