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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT Wf HEX
DAILY MfcWSPAPtt
Mama American
"Let the people know the truth and the couittry is safe ibraham Lincoln,
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J2nd TEAS
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1956
rrvE Cl.fTS

VjCANADIAN WHISKY

NOT EVEN DAMP Two commercial pilots who ditched their
cargo plane off Rey Island late yesterday tell South American
Airways (ASA) regional manager C. J. O'Brien (left) of the
Incident and rescue by the C-Air-C Resque Squadron from
Albrook Air Force Base. The two pilots. Lewis Laymann (cen (center),
ter), (center), co-pilot, and Everest Francis (righ), pilot, turned, back
toward Panama's Tocumen Airport when they developed
mechanical trouble in their C-46 freight plane, but didn't
make it. (U.S. Air Force Photo)

Billionth-Ton
Backwash Bits;
ffi'-Day Plus I
"Have a heart, captain, couldn't
it have been a su.p wim a shorter
name

howled i- -volunteer paint-Wn

er at Gatun Locks when he heard
the bUlionth-ton ship was the Ed-
ward Luckenbaeh
The news reached him about
o:ia in a pnone can irom cnsiuuai
f viv vayvaiu
IEISJeJ X
u "6 m J? rT:
mine wniph shin would carrV Off l
the day's honors.
The Gatun volunteer had already
painted in the word "Welcome" on
the big sign to hand ground the
control tower. But he hadn't left
room for a ship Mtlh a 16-lctter
double name. Resourcefully, he set-
ton the
ome
wee dry, but the rest was still wet
when the ceremonies began.
Anyone with an accountant's eye
could count 160 house flags of
world (hipping lines flapping on
the Gatun locks esplanade yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. One fourth of the total 40
flags were provided by 6. B.
Fenton tt Company whose Gil Mor Mor-land
land Mor-land had sent letters all over the
six continents as soon as he heard
the bilHonth-ton-day was coming
up. Morland was going to make
sure that if a ship for which ms
firm was agent was the lucky one
its house flag would be flying.
Waterfront people, like firemen,
reacted to the bell at Tivoli Guest
House last night when a launch
wnistle sounded. The noises which
followed mystified some. Squeak Squeak-ings,
ings, Squeak-ings, grindings, gurglings arid
sloshing noise sounded through Ti Ti-von
von Ti-von ballroom as Gov. William E.
Potter pulled aside a curtain over
the big decorative motif of a ship
in the locks. The noises were
sound track made by the Army
yesterday of the noises made by
mules, lines and rushing water in
the locks. A touch of smoke com coming
ing coming from the funnel of the ship
was realistic.
Shipping men's wives and others
sighed last night over the absence
ot the day's honor guest, Capt. R.
A. Carhart. He was far out in the
pacific aboard his winning ship.
Loitering: $15
Loitering in front of Tivoli
Commissary netted a $15 fine
and a 10-day suspended jail
sentence today for Candida Ro Rosa
sa Rosa Mastinez, 28, Panamanian.
A previous charge in istoich
she was accused of committing
battery on Susan Mariela Nieto
was dismissed in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court on request of the
government before the lesser
charge of loitering was filed.

Buddy Was Burglar, Claims Ex-GI;
But Door Splintered, Stuff Gone

A gold belt buckle valued at $80
was among the things Canal jani janitor
tor janitor Victor M. Solano found missing
from his bachelor room in Gamboa
when he returned home from work
Tuesday afternoon.
Solano also found the hasp to
which the padfock on his door had

been affixed was pried from the.ed in Panama's main market. All

wall. The door itsetf was bashed
in, and part of it was lying on the
floor.
Besides the buckle, two watches
and a radio were missing, also
almost all of Solano's suits, trous
ers and other clothing.
Next morning as Armand David
George, 21, Panamanian, was re returning
turning returning to his parents' Gamboa
borne on a bus he was arrested and
later charged with the burglary
George, who states that he is a
former soldier in the U. S. Army,
was picked up after he sold the
buckle in Panama
There isn't another buckle like
It, anywhere.
Solano's initials are worked into!

Pilots Of Dilcbed
Cargo Plane Return
Safely To Panama
Turn pnmmsKolsl .iut. ...v. j. u
!'
when tholr t..! jfrV.
the Perl,. Isiands were back in
Panama today unscratched
The tw mm
Everest Francis
oi Manama and
lewis Lvmann of
St- Petersburg, Fl,., both Amerl
cans- smacked ther C-46 freight
- i j : C:,,L
plane down near Rey Island late
yesterday afternoon, broke out life
rafts, then were picked up by an
uuiueuuiiea sanooat. Later thev
transferred to a motor boat and
awaited their rescuers.
Answerifcg a -Panama tower re re-din
din re-din rail fat holn tha f' Ai. r uiu
Air Rescue So. at Alhrook Air
- -it- .'.'. uiv ; 1 1 1 v z,nii.
Force Base sent sn H-19 helionni-
puoieq oy uep. entries DuPont
ana a c-47 piloted bp Maj. Faye
mams w me lsiancc
Use fescue planes,?with Francis
and Lyman, returned to Albrook
less than two hours later.
Francis and Lymann were the
only two persons aboard the car cargo
go cargo plane, which developed engine
trouble 66 minutes after taking off
from Tocumen Airport en route to
Bogota, Colombia.
Francis, the pilot, radioed Pan Panama
ama Panama tower and said it was turn turning
ing turning back to Panama City, its posi position
tion position then being 40 miles east of
La Palm a in Darlen Province.
Cash Relief Checks
Available Dec. 31
; Cash relief checks for the month
of December for retired non-United
States citizens of the Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government will be distributed
through the Canal Zone pest of offices
fices offices Dec. 31, it has been announc announced
ed announced by the Office of the Comptroller.
All persons who receive these
checks have been advised that the
check will be available to them
at the same post office at which
they have been received during
the last several months.
As soon as arrangements can
be made, all cash relief checks
will be issued from central loca locations
tions locations on the Pacific and Atlantic
sides. The change is to be made
as a result of the restriction of
Canal Zone postal service effective
January 1.
These checks are normally is issued
sued issued on the first of each month
but it is established procedure to
mail them on the last work day
of the month when the Jirst of
the following month falls dh a Sat
urday, Sunday or a holiday.
the elaborate scrollwork typical of
the artistry of Panama Jewelers.
On the back, Solano's" name and
his I. P. identification number with
the Canal are engraved.
Besides the buckle, some of So Solano's
lano's Solano's clothing was retrieved from
second hand vendors who cooperat
j told, $135.75 worth of missing pro-
perty was recovered.
After a hearing in Balboa Magis
trate's Court yesterday, George-
was bound over to U. S. District
Court for trial.
Bail was set at $500 which has
not been posted.
In talking with investigators
George reportedly said he was just
aiding another man who brought
hjm into the raid on the bachelor
quarters.
He admitted that one man stood
guard outside when they found
they were m?kin? o mv n-
battering the door that they feared
neighbors wound sound an alarm,

Hungarian Leaders

300 Russian
Troops Slain
In Hungary
VIENNA, Dec. 13 (UP) Re
ports reaching Vienna said "at
least 300" Russian soldiers have
been killed in almost continuous
fighting around the Pecs coal
mines, in southern Hungary.
The reports said other hundreds
of Russian tankmen and infantry
soldiers were wounded. The fight fighting
ing fighting reached its peak when 4,000
freedom fighters rushed down from
the Pecs hills after Hungary's pup puppet
pet puppet government declared martial
(aw.
(The situation in Pecs was not
clear in Budapest. The govern government
ment government severed all contact between
the capital and the mining town
"for military reasons.")
Earlier reports from Budapest
quoted workers from the Pecs area
as saying armed partisans killed
the local Soviet commander, three
weeks ago as he stepped from an
armored car in a rebel-infested re
gion.
Even Budapest Radio admitted
there were repeated disturbances
in the Pecs area.
The traveller who brought the
reports was a Hungarian doctor
who left Budapest this morning.
He said the "total" strike was
still in force in all towns and vil
lages he passed on the way to the
frontier. He said in the village of
Almasfueiitos, midway between
Budapest and the border, he saw
500 workers demonstrating violent
ly against police this morning.
arres
of their leaders
bv the AVH secret police.
They attacked the town jail and
tried to liberate the arrested men.
There was a bitter clash with
police, but there was no shooting
by the time the traveller left the
scene.
The doctor also said that scores
of demonstrators were wounded In
scattered clashes with Russian
tanks and police all over the capi
tal.
Yesterday ambulances were rush rushing
ing rushing about the Budapest streets all
day, he said.
snnrn s helpers srv
showing
day a to
CHRISTMAS

Th worku-i mere

Nixon is Flying to Austria;
Nehru Visiting Ike on Sunday

AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec. 13 (UP)
President Eisenhower flies
back to Washington this after afternoon
noon afternoon to receive a visit by Indian
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh Nehru
ru Nehru Sunday and to launch a dra dramatic
matic dramatic new phase of Hungarian
relief.
The vacation White House
headquarters announced late
yesterday that Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower is sending Vice President
Richard M. Nixon to Austra
immediately after Nehru's vis visit
it visit in Washington.
The President and Mrs. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower are expected to depart
here at about 3:30 p.m. on the
Presidential plane Columblns
III, which he plans to dispatch
Saturday to pick up Nehru In
London.
Mr. Eisenhower late in the
last full day of his pre-Christmas
vacation announced he is send sending
ing sending Nixon as his personal repre representative
sentative representative to Austria to help that
beset country with its Hungarian
relief problems.
The White House said Nixon
will make a brief trip, leaving
Dec. 18 and returning Dec. 23, to
consult with American, Austrian
and international officials about
helping and resettling Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian refugees.
The Vice president also will
"visit while there as many as
possible of those who have re-
cently escaped from oppression"

Rolling Russian Divisions
Openly Defy United Nations

VIENNA, Dee. 13 (UP) Freeh Soviet divisions rolled into
Hungary today in open defiance of the United Nations, and
a Stalin-type blood purge of Hungarian rebel leaders ap appeared
peared appeared inevitable.
th enadow the gallows failed to stifle the
nearly hopeless fight for freedom against Impossible odds.

Tne desperate strike of protest
against the Kremlin-imposed gov government
ernment government went on past its midnight
deadline though Soviet tanks ring ringed
ed ringed the factories and the hated sec
ret police began rounding up strike
leaders.
Budapest Radio broadcast today
a report in tne communist news
paper Nep Szabadsag that the
country's losses from the strike
and rebellion exceeded $1.36 bil billion.
lion. billion. It said all reserves of the coun country's
try's country's economy were shot and that
the disastrous situation in coal pro production
duction production would prevent all other ac activities
tivities activities even if the workers ended
the strike.
The U. N. General Assembly last
night condemned Soviet interven intervention
tion intervention and demanded it withdraw its
troops, but Russia was reported
rushing new troops into Hungary
as fast as a single track Carpa-tho-Ukraine
railway can carry
them.
Few details were available, but
best estimates in Vienna were that
up to three new Soviet divisions
had been ordered to bolster the
12 to IS divisions already in Hun
gary.
Fears were expressed here that
Russia no longer was treating the
revolt as a minor rebellion but was
Of Xmas Trees
Gels Under Way
One of the best earlv reminders
of Christmas in the Canal Zone
the delivery of Christmas trees.
started today.
A shipment of approximately 5.-
500 trees arrived yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon on the Panama liner Panama.
Home deliveries began this morn morning
ing morning and the remainder to fill
"will-call" orders were available
for delivery beginning at noon at
the various commissaries.
A second shipment of Christmas
trees is scheduled to arrive on the
Panama Line ship next week and
deliveries of those will be made
the following day. A car load of
about 1,400 trees failed to arrive
in New York in time to be ship
ped on the Panama. Because Of
this delay, no further orders are
being taken by the Commissary
Division until all deliveries of pres present
ent present orders are assured.
The trees this year are double double-needle
needle double-needle Canadian balsam fir. The
family-size trees are from seven
to nine feet high. A limited num number
ber number of trees, 14 feet high, have
been ordered for organizations or
public buildings.
by the Russians, the white House
said.
The President also set up a
special committee to become a
"focal poirifl'' of American aid to
the Hungarian refugees, by co coordinating
ordinating coordinating work of government
agencies and of private endeav endeavors
ors endeavors such as fund raising drives.

Distribution

Wave Of Unrest Increases In Poland;
Reds Heap Praise On Czechoslovakia

LONDON,, Dec. 13 (UP) Po Polish
lish Polish steelworkers in Poznan
starting point for the wave of
unrest sweeping the satellites satellites-appealed
appealed satellites-appealed to workers throughout
the nation today to join them in
condemning Soviet intervention
in Hungary.
Representatives of 30,000 Po Polish
lish Polish steelworkers met in Poznan
last night and climaxed a week
of anti-Russian demonstrations
In Poland with a demand the
Russian troops in Hungary he
replaced by United Nations or
Warsaw Pact forces.
They forwarded their appeals
today to other Polish workers
and said they would send di directly
rectly directly to V.N. gexretaru Gen General
eral General Daa Hammarskiold their
appeal for replacement of the

ready to launch an all-out military
campaign to wipe out the Freedom
Figluers and break the general
strike.
There were no signs that it nH-

ed last night after a violence filled
day in which strikers hurled eren-
ades against Soviet tanks and Hun
garian Communist police.
Scores of dead and injured were
added to the thousands who have
died for freedom.
One report from Belgrade said
more than 3000 persons had been
arrested in Hungry during the
past three days. Most of them were
intellectuals and members of work
ers councils.
Paraiso Council
Installation Set
for Tomorrow Nioht
Officers of the newly-elected Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso Civic Council will be installed
tomorrow night at the Paraiso
Gymnasium with Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court Judge John E. Dent
ing making the princinle address.
President Ellis E. Fawcett and
other officers and committee chair
men elected in the Nov. 0 election
TheMtttsWrtl be C w
the public.
Master of ceremonies will be
Herman C. Bayne and in charge of
installing will be Claude L. walker
Rev. A. Rudolph Wentt of the St
Alban's Episcopal ChurcH will give
the invocation and benediction.
Miss Julia Senper will also
sneak, the King's Tour quartette
will sine, and Eric S. Oakiev will
aive the officers' response. Christ
mas carols will also be sung
Loyal Irish Girding
for freedom' Wan
Against Outlaw Irish
BELFAST, Northern Ireland,
Dec. 13 (UP) The six Irish
counties loyal to Britain girded
today against a "war of : liber liberation"
ation" liberation" waged by the outlawed
Irish Republican army.
Steel helmetea ponce ana
auxiliaries armed with sten guns
patroled the fcorder between
northern IraJa and the Irish
Republic astfMpt an eye on all
major roadir
About 1O0 men attacked Brit British
ish British installations, bridges and
police patrols In 11 widely-scattered
areas in northern Ireland
yesterday. Two men were wound wounded
ed wounded by gunfire and damage was
estimated at $140,000.
Late lsist night the Irish Re Republican
publican Republican army admitted its units
were responsible for the attacks
and said a "decisive stage" has
been reached in the struggle to
wrest the six northern counties
from British rule.
The British government also
faced a new nationalist threat
in Scotland. The Scottish na
tional party decided last night
to give official support to "radio
free Scotland," a pirate trans transmitter
mitter transmitter whfch often breaks into
broadcasts by the British Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to deliver
propaganda speeches.
Russians by an international
police force.
Moscow Radio almost Ignored
the wave of unrest today and
smothered Czechoslovakia wit h
glowing slogans of fternal
friendship.
Moscow Radio broadcast a dis dispatch
patch dispatch in the official Communist
newspaper Pravda praising C7e C7e-choslovakia
choslovakia C7e-choslovakia on the 13th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Soviet-Czech friend friendship
ship friendship and alliance treaty. The
flowing praise was. notable in
view of Czechoslovakia's de denouncing
nouncing denouncing of the Hungarian re revolution.
volution. revolution. The Warsaw correspondent of
Pravda reported the "Polish
oublie" had condemned "nrovo "nrovo-cateurs
cateurs "nrovo-cateurs and adventurers" who
rioted Monday in Stettin. Po

Enraged Workers Widen Strike,
Fear Death Awaits Nabbed Chiefs

BUDAPEST, Dec. 13 (UP) .Hungary's worker, partially extend extended
ed extended their nationwide general strike today in reprisal for the arrest and
threatened execution of two top labor leaders.
The 48-hour general strike was scheduled to end at midnight last
night. There was a brief return to work in several Budapest factories.
But almost immediately the workers stormed out of the plants again
in protest against the arrest of San dor Racz and Sandor Bari, two of

the strikers' top leaders.
Racz, president of the
Council which called the

right-hand man on the council, were arrested yesterday.

The arrests were announced in a police communique

broadcast by Budapest radio

The same broadcast announced an addition to the

martial law decree under which all offenders were liable
to the death penalty.

Throughout Hungary it

would be the first to be hanaed as "counter-revolution-

ones
under the martial law
Workers who went back to
their Jobs at Budapest factories
this morning after the strike
technically ended promptly
walked out again when they
heard details of the police be betrayal
trayal betrayal of the workers council
leaders.
ad been aaie-
summoned them to th Wrlla-
ment building to "negotiate."
Despite warnings Irom their
followers, the two men went to
Parliament in hopes the pnv pnv-frnfnenjt
frnfnenjt pnv-frnfnenjt o1 Premier Janos Ka Ka-dor
dor Ka-dor was relenting on its tough
police state policy.
But as soon as the two men
entered the Parliament building,
police placed them under arrest.
Despite the new industrial
walkout, there were no further
reports of renewed violence in
Budapest as of 2 p.m.
Sporadic tank and machine machine-gun
gun machine-gun fire which had kept the ca capital
pital capital tense for the, past four
days no longer was audible.
Buses and streetcars were
running again. Shops ipere
Open: Post office worker went
back to their jobs with in instructions
structions instructions to reopen communi communications
cations communications with the outside world.
It was this move which per permitted
mitted permitted western correspondents
to begin getting calls out again
this morning.
Although the Industrial work workers
ers workers stalked from their lob in an anger,
ger, anger, Budapest outwardly appear appeared
ed appeared calm. But there still was an
undrlyln? air of tension.
The touah Kadar police and
armv militia natrolled the
streets in force. Scores ot Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks staved on guard at
the Danube bridges and in the
trouble wrnckd industrial
centers ot suburban Csepel is island
land island and Vjpest.
The situation 'n th province
"'ss not clear, but It nner',',
that prov'ncisl worker hd,
drifted bck to their jobs in
pc-t. at least.
However. pwvliirHon remained
at a stnd!Hil in kev cente
ich a pecs in the nnth nrirt at.
rh TMahenya coal mines west
of Wiidape.
There tlll wa no rmwer to
orernf the provincial mines and
factories.
jfmnnrtu from wnWtr
mW there wr b'oorfjy fl'ifh.0n
fifoen no"" Wfcr
yesterday at tier, Miskolc and
land, but it did not mention the
attack on the Soviet consulate.
It also failed to. report the
Poznan steelworkers action.
The Poznan action followed
a day of demonstrations tor
Hungary and against the So Soviet
viet Soviet Unionfrom other ctteis in
Polnnd. m Limno 200 persons
attacked a police sguad haul-
' ing two men to fail and freed
the prisoners in a running
battle.
At Ornet 400 demonstrators
stormed a police station and
badlv beat one policeman. Re
ports reaching Warsaw told of
anti Russian demonstrations
and clashes in other towns, in including
cluding including a 15-mlnute "strike" at
Wroclaw (formerlv Breslau) by
pro-Hungarian high school stu
dents.

Betrayed

Central Budapest Workers
general strike, and Bari, his
last night.
was believed Racz and Bari
decree.
Kaposvar, but there was no re reliable
liable reliable estimate of how many
were killed or wounded.
The worst of several bitter
clashes in Budapest took place
yesterday on Zsigomond Moricz
Square, where demonstrators
tnrew hand grenadea.at Hun-
ganan militia and Russian tank-
a
to
WOT A
Best available reports said two
of the demonstrators were kill killed,
ed, killed, but the number might well
have been higher.
Just before the shootine start
ed, the crowd tore uo a codv of
the Communist Party newspaper
Nep Szabadsag as a gesture of
aenance.
Correspondents here knew
nothing concrete about possible
changes in the government, but
speculation was rampant that
the Russians planned to eet rid
of Kadar.
Western newsmen agreed
that a suggestion reported
outside Hungary that Soviet
secret poVce chief Ivan Sernv
was about to take over the
government was "plainly ridi ridiculous."
culous." ridiculous." Serov was rumored to
be in the capital a month ago,
but the rumors never were
confirmed.
It also was unknown in Buda
pest whether former Stalin'st
Communist Party secretary Er-
noe Geroe had been brought
back to Hungary by the Rus
sians.
Oeroe's whereabouts never
have been known, although he
has been variously reported as
killed by the Freedom Flshters
and taken to Moscow by the
Russians.
Meanwhile. Vienna reports
said that fresh Soviet, armv divi divisions
sions divisions rolled into Hnearv In
onen defiance of the Unittd Na Na-tstHk.
tstHk. Na-tstHk. lx-hht Counsel
Beats Backlax Rans
NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (UP)
William Power Maloney, former
chief total counsel for the De Department
partment Department of Justice, was found
innocent last night of failing to
file his 1052 and 1953 income
taxes.
Maloney had conceded his
tardiness in tiling the returns,
but said he was short of funds
and didn't believe, he could file
unless he paid the tax. He paid
them in full with late fines last
June, he sale
His attorney said tne govern government
ment government was "making a mountain
out of a molehill."
The government claimed Ma
loney, a former special assist
ant to the united stales attor attor-nev
nev attor-nev eeneral. had assets of 175,-
000 during the period he claim
ed financial ditncuiues ana was
occupying a $400a-month hotel
suite.
Panama Golf Club
Stockholders
To Meet Tonight
There will be a general meet meeting
ing meeting of the stockholders of the
Panama Golf Club tonight at
g o'clock in the clubhouse.
The board of directors will
meet at 7:30 p.m. and the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders will follow at S p.m.

Mongolians,
Reds Clash

Near Budapest
VIENNA, Dec. 13 (UP) The
Vienna afternoon nwsnani- n.,,.
Kuner reported today tnat Soviet
Mongolian troop units and Byelo Byelorussian
russian Byelorussian troops have dashed in
Hungary.
The jurw.soaner. auntintr rrfi.o...
who crossed, the Aiutro-Hungarian
uoiiier i,
fighting
been going
koel airfield Head Budapest
Finally, the Mongolian troops
succeeded to get the airfield un under,
der, under, conaol aein, wii e tie o o-Russians
Russians o-Russians escaped and joined Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian partisan units, ieuer Kur Kur-ler
ler Kur-ler said.
The refugees did not give any
explanation for the cause of the
clashes between ie units.
Neuer Kurier did not give any
more oe.r s on us repo .
is no confirmation on the report
available here.
Britons are Targets
For Egyptian Firing;
No Casualties Given
PORT SAID, Dec. 13 (UP)
Gunmci, hc'c.eJ to h? E?v inn,
opened fire on a British patrol on
Inc borrlcr of the Arah sc. icj IT- e
today. No casualties were report
ed.
It was the second attack on a
Brills i natrot in lour days.
Today's patrol of Argyll and
Sutherland -"H an' w sr re i i-ing
ing i-ing for a British officer kidnapped
by Eavptisns on lue 'Ipv,
As the patrol proceeded down a
srcet, nv c'-i)"- n f -e wn dswv-
ed at them from the cover of a
hi' t ng. The patrol sprinted, for
shelter.
A British 2nd lieutenant was
kidnapped in the same area en
'Jit "y. There has tr n no lyfce
of his whereabouts since.
Winter Wins
Race in Search
For Victims
VANCOUVER, B.C., Dec. 13
(UP) The air fore fought a
race with winter today In
search for 62 persons lost in a
trans-Canada airliner in British
Columbia's coast range moun
tains.
Thirteen crews were ordered
to report to Sea Island Base
near Vancouver this morning on
the chance the search could b
resumed. But the weaiher situa situation
tion situation was described by meteoro meteorological
logical meteorological officials as "indefinite,
and it was far from certain tha
the fliers would get out of th
briefing-room and ln;o the skyV
3 Entered Commie,
Weren't S'pose To
Three commissary trespasser!
were each fined $10 in Balbdi
Magistrate's Court today. I
They were Luis Carlos Moran
les, 37, Panamanian. Sara Mori
les, 21. Panamanian, and Ida
Romero. 26. Panamanian.

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Sir;
Dee. 6 the poor and aged retired Pan Canal employes
received the news from the Governor that they would lose their
commy and gas privileges as of Dec. 31.
It was a body blow that could be classified as foul and
unjustified as all parties to the 1955 treaty between the U.S.A.
and Panama sgined and agreed that the privileges above refer referred
red referred to would be continued. This action on the part of Panama
not to live up to their agreement and deprive these old people
some of whom have been here more thun 50 years of the commy
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omen and will make it necessary for them, to seek haven in
ome other more friendly country.
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e Panama customs continuing the prviileges far into 1957,

ever, notice has been received from Panama to the Heights

these will not be honored.

About 95 of the retired employes are located in. the Rep.

anama and have used their life savings to build homes.

f pay taxes promptly and employ local labor lor the upkeep
heir homes, etc. Who could possibly gain by chasing these

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3E IHORT STORY
aS -f
35ir:
"Kindly allow me to express my appreciation nf the story "The
Slave Train" appearing in the Sunday American, Dec. 9. For hum humor,
or, humor, It is really good. Piease let us have some more such short stori stori-tt
tt stori-tt in your widely read newspaper.

A Reader

Sir:

MAIL ORDER TOY SALE

V BLtii

and

This here protest about that Christmas toy sale brings to mind

little storv about my home town, which I think you ought to know

about before this mail order fad comes to pass.
This here friend of mine, likewise came to town, fulf of the joy-

ftjjfitpirH of No. 2 corn and Christmas, and somehow he happens

jf to one of those wife by mail ads yesslr.

'By Crackey! This la JpTjine, he says. Nofie of these local dolls,

has been handled and unsanitary, tor me. Im a gettin a

lw one by mail. m. A
VeW;mt 1 say. we wlWWl ihlereWed' sndMedip the calendar.

,sure enough, twarn't long before she gets fficrer AH Wrapped up

and lace, rial sanitary like. Looked too good, pretty as a

picture, and a buzzom that out-buzzomed every local project.

mttu, the ladies didn t go for this foreign competition and na

turally it created quite a ruckus in the ranks. They all tried to find
something wrong with Bessie. Not a thing! Nosirce. When we ask
a; 'friend, he don't pear too happy but he ain't talking. And you
know we might to have never found out except for one thing. The
Christmas Party. Somebody spiked the punch.
Well like I say, every one comes to the doings and Bessie was
there, bustier than ever. In fact, as things got on, and everything
wtrmed up, she got Rustier and Bustier. Then it haDDened. Bessie
leaned over the lighted lamp chimney for another smidgin of punch,
ijtid things being like they was lingered a mite too long. Wham, the
Btes goes out. Someone says "the Coys," and then and there the
party broke up.
Well, we probably would never have known what happened if
in cleaning up the shambles we hadn't found the remains of this
gadget of Bessie's. It seems like you could blow this thing up, and
things would probably have been different if Bessie hadn't been
drinking the punch. As the evening wore on, Bessie sprung a leak
and she kept ablewin this thing uo wal, you guessed it.
4iowsum aver, every thing bad has some good. The local eal

MgMttt survived, and this on-coming fad of ) A 1 order slipood into

ran, as we found out. Even the things is well wrapped there

sun dc pieces missing

it,

Hill William

SKATING SHOW

-The wonderful skating show put on by members of the Balboa
rollerdrome Friday evening was most enjoyable and entertaining.
The director deserves much of the credit, of course, but the skaters
who make up the show deserve a big round of applause.
c Although we were reminded that most of them are only begin beginners
ners beginners on skates and new at this type of entertainment, we believe
tveryone was impressed with their determination to do their ut utmost
most utmost to make the show the grand success it was.
We from the Atlantic side hope that in the near future a roller
rink will be organized- for our recreational needs. Skating is some something
thing something everyone can benefit by grown-ups and children. The Bal Balboa
boa Balboa skating show was well worth the trip across the Isthmus.
Skatt Inthutlattt from Margarita

By VICTOR RIESEL

The music was low and the spir

its were nign in uwight Eisenhow Eisenhowers
ers Eisenhowers pnvaie aen. tne aay aner e e-lection.
lection. e-lection. His hi-fi set filled the

room wun lining tunes and tne

only off-beat note was the scratch scratching
ing scratching ot tne r resident s pen as he
signed the first batch of 500 let letters.
ters. letters. Those letters had a theme as
basic as any oeing poured out by
the President's favorite recordings.
Ike was telling the "egg-heads"
they had, a place inside the Re Re-puuiican
puuiican Re-puuiican Parly, he cnose his first

free moments after the election

count was in to teil them so. And
they were the first he wrote to
wun personal tnanks for having
campaigned for him.
Presidents have dona mora his historic
toric historic things with their pent than
personally signing 500 letters.
But put together the time, the
place and tne turbulanea of the
moment and you find enough
history in those signatures- to a
niche in the steady recording of
the times. These wara net all

ferm notes. Many had personal
rc.ereuces.
But through them all ran Ike's

observation that:

"I feel great admiration for men

and women of achievement in in

tellectual, scientific and cultural

wrsuns ... your help will be con

stantly needed in the future, even

it on a somewhat less Intense bas

is."
Vhe President was writing to
the 500 active charter members
oi the Co.umiitee oi the Arts and
Sciences and Education (CASE).
this was the first "egg-head"
group launched by the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and the President was
telling them not to dissolve now
that the election had been won
and not to give up their national
headquarters. He wants them as
a base inside the GOP from which
to woo the intellectuals, the liber liberals
als liberals and the labor people.
He lost no time in letting his

supporters in CASE know that he
was counting on them.

From the point of view of those
in the White House who knew that

there are many in the GOP who

wouid prefer to scramble the egg

heads rather than coddle them,
the timing was perfect.

Less than a month after the soo
Republican cultural and scientific

leaders received their personal

notes from the President, Adlai

Stevenson practically removed
himself from the- public wars.
True, he is not taking himself off
to a monastery. True, he is,consid is,consid-erlng
erlng is,consid-erlng writing a daily column with
which to sling his barbs. But Stev Stevenson;
enson; Stevenson; is eliminating himself as
ttnMUlkine symbol of intellectual intellectual-ism
ism intellectual-ism m politics. j jL
wflfour Mr. inteltectifcr him him-self,
self, him-self, the Democrat ara with without
out without a figure attractive to so ma many
ny many out of the old New Deal camp.
Without such a symbol t h a
Democrats have no one around
whom the New Dail labor lead leaders,
ers, leaders, for example, can crowd
and dream nostalgically of the
days whan Franklin Roosevelt
would cail them in and flattar
them. They enjoyed that mora
perhaps than lust having poli political
tical political power and influence in the
Whita Housa.
Without the support o: this type
of labor chief, there would have
been virtually no national Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic campaign for it was the
laborite front man attached to
each Stevenson caravan and on
each Steyerison flying visit who
got out the crowds- )y notifying re regional
gional regional union headquarters that Ad Adlai
lai Adlai was coming to town.
All this President Eisenhower
and his White House' staff know
full well. Ike's aide-in-charge of
tabor, Jim Mitchell, tried mighty
hard to neutralize at least his good
friends inside the CIO, But there
was no neutralizing their condi conditioned
tioned conditioned reflexes not until the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans began, developing this
kind of intellectual symbolism on
their own. Mr. Eisenhower, it is
said, has been angered by the
slick phrase artists who lampoon lampooned
ed lampooned the GOP as a place in which
no intellectual could survive.
But the President wants to do
more than disprove that. He's a
practical political leader, too. With
Stevenson gone, Ike would like to
leave the Dtmocrats with the
hard-boiled crowd and draw the
eggheads, with their millions of
votes, into the Republican camp.

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Ironic Note: Lynn Loeittr
(Broadway wags once clowned
"the Loesser of two evils") is co co-producer
producer co-producer of "The Most Happy Fel Fella,"
la," Fella," written by her hu s b a n d
(Frank) whom she is abrogating...
Lynn will make more money per
month (from that hit) than from
the $5,000 per month she seeks in
the divorce application. "Fella"
nets her about $6,000 per ... Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Winters reports her show,
"Girls of Summer" (Longacre The
ater), had a rough first week ($16, ($16,-000)
000) ($16,-000) but after a few pattycakes
(from the column) the 2nd week
gate was over $28,000... "Thanks,"
says one of Adlai's best rooters,
"forVimtng ow defett Into victo victory"
ry" victory" ... Some knucklehead started
an untrumhr that the Commandant
of the Marine Corps (Gen. Rand Randolph
olph Randolph Pate) would resign by New
Year's. Marine brass blames the
legend on a newsweekly's oops ...
Thi new drug firm,; which says it
dropped our newscasts because we
were rude to a politician, told us
(when hiring us): "We want the
old Winchein No strings attached!
Use a baseball bat on all you think
rate it" ... It is Interesting to note
that its sales (in July) were about
$35,000 ... After our mentions of
its product sales jumped to $229, $229,-000
000 $229,-000 in Oct.
Jill Corey's "I Love My Baby"
(Columbia platter) by Green &
Warren is another zinger bound
for the Hit Parade ... Art Mooncy's
wire just in: "Interested in Norma
Douglas regarding an idea for
our bend" ... Karen Chandler (on
the J. Durante bilf at the Copa)
held our ears opening night. The
druncee-set in the rear pews (anal
the imbecilebs) yakkitty-yak'd all
through her entertaining songs.
But she kept singing and smiling
like a pro ... Hooray for her... Ann
Theodore is the attractive blonde,
who does "character-r e a d i n g"
there. She's been at the Copa 15
years. Former member of a dance dance-team
team dance-team on the major circuits.. .Sister
Agnes of St. Vincents (in-a photo
with us in a recent Collier's) is
now 'a celebrity. Lindy's displays
ihst nhoto in its windows along

with such pipple as Ike, G-Man
Hoover and scads of stars.

Letter from Evelyn Crane of
H'wood: "I kaap haarinq about
soma 'lew-blew' you allegedly
flung at Stevenson after ha con conceded
ceded conceded defeat Election Night. I
missed it, but it searcaly could
have bean at low as the one I
hoard him fire at Ike Election
Eve- Mil'ions of us slckenad as
Adlai (like a voodoo man) cast
his r-?ell (about death within 4
years) etc. Thanks for returning
the compliment" ... Larry Pas Pas-kow
kow Pas-kow (ha loomed Rybutol and
Pink Ice into the zillions) starts
new haalth resort at Miami
Beach in Jan. The Harbor Island
Spa, naa Isle Da Capri. Ha will
manage it far Wilbur Clark and
his Desert Inn (Vegas) group ...
On Broadway, friends are paopla
who ara on your side til' you ara
on your back.

er ... One detective impressed me
with his human manner..."You've

never been arrested before, so why

start now? Your e a man, not a
boy, anymore. Why drink if you
get into trouble?" ... "I am sor sorry,"
ry," sorry," said the chap more scared
than polite ... The detective let
him go home ... So what's the
punchline, Walter? ... It is in the
detective's last name ... Detective
Human.

The Torch is Like This: Whan
some Romeo's stolen your Juliet
... When you wonder what she
sees in him that she used to see
in you. ( H'a over when you wond wonder
er wonder what he seas in her) ... The
Torch is a Blaze older than Fire.
Tha Torch Is when she becomes
a Bad Habit you can't break ...
It i over whan you stop Playing
Garbo and start Playing Cable.
Among other excellent enter entertainer
tainer entertainer I neglected to mention. (in
my haste to make the midnight midnight-sleeper
sleeper midnight-sleeper to Hollywood) is Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Piazza at the Pierre's Cotillion
Room ... Her lon, shapely fa fa-hems)
hems) fa-hems) are alone worth the couvert
charge ... Reminder to stars: Nev Never
er Never mind your imitators. Every one
of them makes one less competi competitor
tor competitor ... Recommended: Alan Dale's
"I Cry More" from his initial Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia film, "Don't Knock the
Rock" ... Then there's Percy
Faith's album of "My Fair La Lady."
dy." Lady." A darling ... The late James
Dean's merciless truth: "Keep a
distance between yourself and oth other
er other folks or they will hurt you." He
musta meant Ingrats.

El Morocco." The most requested
danceable ditties ... Harry Rich Rich-man
man Rich-man and Sophie Tucker are among
top stars booked for Key West's
Casa Marina ... tribute written by
me to a pal ... M-- name is now
omitted ... Over a long-ago argu argument
ment argument about "Ankles Oy-vay!" .
Keep the plaque, .-hump. But re remove
move remove my poetry. I want it where
Mark's many friends can love it
at Toots Shor's ... Broadway Con Confucius:
fucius: Confucius: One disease nearly every everyone
one everyone along Broadway suffers from
is enemeasles.

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WASHINGTON The new
Administration trend toward
lining up with the Afro-Asian
axis and letting western allies,
if necessary, go down the drain,
has caused serious debate not

only in inner Administration

circles but in diplomatic circles.
Opposition inside Eisenhower's
official family has come from

Secretary of the Treasury Hum

phrey and Gen. Al Gruenther,

now head of the Red Cross, twp
of Ike's closest advisers.

Gruenther, as military leader

of NATO, has always been a

stauncn supporter of western
Europe, has differed drastically,
though privately, with John Fos

ter Dulles over erratic moves by

the Secretary of State which
weakened the Atlantic alliance.

Secretary Humphrey has also

interposed some quiet but firm
advice that to upset the econo economy
my economy of England and France
would mean unemployment in

the United States.
There have also been some
unpleasant memories of what
brought the Hoover depression
in 1931 namely, the col collapse
lapse collapse of European economy,
first in the Credit Anstalt In
Vienna, then in the capitals
of western Europe, until it
swept across the Atlantic to
send stocks crashing in Wall
Street.
No one In Administration cir circles
cles circles wants to risk any repeat
perfoafciance. That's one reason

why there will be no argument
about waiving the $70,000,000
Interest on Britain's postwar
loan.

KEFAUVER'S ENERGY
Regardless of the outcome of

the recent election, both Repub

licans and Democrats probably

agree that the hardest cam

paigner on either ticket was Sen.
Estes Kefauver. Though Nixon
also campaigned tirelessly, he.
did not have to face advance
primary elections. Kefauver, on;

the other hand, began cam

paigning last January, and kept
going through the snows of
Minnesota and the heat of Ca California
lifornia California until the very end. He
probably walked more city
blocks, shook more hands than
any candidate in history.

When he took his tltian-hair-

ed wife Nancy and their four
children for a holiday in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, therefore, most people ex expected
pected expected him to relax. Mrs. Ke

fauver and the children, how

ever, knew better

"How are we. eolm to keep

daddy busy?" the children ask asked
ed asked their mother. "He won't be
able to sit still on an island."

Young David solved the
problem. He got his father up
every morning at 5 to go
hunting. They were vacation vacationing
ing vacationing on the island owned by
Dick Reynolds of Reynolds
Aluminum, off the coast of
Georgia, it abounds in game,
so the two Kefauver males
shot wild turkeys while the
rest of the family slept. Once
they caught two raccoons, put
one of them, a baby, in the
Senator's coat by ty'ng the
sleeves together. Finally they
let it go.
The restless Senator a-ot back

Ito Washington this week, imme

diately flew back to Tennessee,
started another round of speech speeches.
es. speeches. GOOD NEIGHBORS WORRY
Latin-American diplomats, ac accustomed
customed accustomed to being the tail on
the North American kite and
sometimes a bit bitter about it,
are scrutinizing the Administra Administration's
tion's Administration's lean toward the Afro-

Aian axis witn concern.
Africa and Asia hanre keen
IJie top competitors of South
America for years. They have
been the ch ef disrupters of
the good-ne jhbor policy, al already
ready already badly tarnished. So if
the United States now lines up
sol with Asia and Africa,
Latin-American diplomats see
the good-neighbor policy pret pretty
ty pretty much com'ng to an end.
.iP01"1 out that John Fos Fos-anrfD,U,iles:
anrfD,U,iles: Fos-anrfD,U,iles: Vice Preslent Nixon,
w tU? Ambassador Henry Ca Cabot
bot Cabot Lodge seem to forget in ad ad-luJi
luJi ad-luJi an Aroerlcan-Afro-Asian
pJH thai iJPPened after
Pearl Harbor. After Dec. 7, 1941
the American public walked be because
cause because it had no rubber, it saved
cans and toothpaste tubes be because
cause because it had no tin. it frantical-
plantations in central America
limp no quinine or
Never was the economic deba debacle
cle debacle of the united states so great
La.Vn"A,meiican diplomats re-'
lti? e?ms the united
frti had turned to Asia and
ArH?0r fhe cheaP tropical
products raised by the cheap la la-system
system la-system an lmperlllst coInial
They also point out that dis distances
tances distances between. Africa ad Asia
are just as long today as they
were in 1941-45; In fact, the
isJ,ven more difficult, as
indicated by the closing of the
Suez canal and the huW Rus Russian
sian Russian submarine fleet.
' '
Some diplomats are even dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable enough to ask wheth whether
er whether Administration leaders have
forgotten why Russin is hnilriini

such a huge submarine fleet and

wny Buiganin and Khruschcv
tOOk SUCh Dains to visit, the AiHH.

die East personally and invite
every Asiatic-African leader of

iiy importance to Moscow.

If you look down the lfst of
commodities mi h i j. Itln

. 1 " 141111

I "eru ?.el,a HB USA, you

, can n

fly

the diplomats are concerned.

i nief competitor of LatJn LatJn-American
American LatJn-American ooffee is African and
Asiatic coffee. Cocoa, the l!fe l!fe-blood
blood l!fe-blood of Ecuador, now gets
stiff competition from Africa.
On the price of cocoa fre

quently depends revolution in
Ecuador. Bolivian presidents
come and go, depending on the
price of tin. Braa'l's mangan manganese
ese manganese has to compete with In Indian
dian Indian manganese.
That's why the new Dulles-Nixon-Lodge
plan of lining up
with Asia and Africa is not go going
ing going to win us many friends a a-mong
mong a-mong our so-called "good," but
sometimes forgotten "neighbors."

Just a second, please. I have to
turn over Norma Douglas' exciting
(Unique) album, "The Dynamic
Miss Douglas" ... Norma is Vt:
22-year-old coming-up star spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted for me by Roberta Sher
wood ... And, of course, by the
people who recognized her excep
tional talent long before Roberta
and WW met It ... At any rate, she
is now getting NBC's mikes and
cameras for a national buildup ...
We encountered this entertaining
small-town gal in Buffalo (she lives
25 miles from there) at the Town
Casino where w emceed a bill

for The Runyon Cancer Fund ...
We brought aloni; a show of Bway
and,teevee experts, but the man management
agement management said: "Put this girl on.
They love her around here "... She
flplivprort biff ... But it wasn't until

days later that I learned she had

her first album ... the never men mentioned
tioned mentioned it ... A refreshing relief to a
syndicated paragraphcr, whose 24
hours are crowded with people
"wanting something."

16th Precinct Vignette: It hap happened
pened happened in the 40s the other 4 a.m....
A sassy fellow (age 21) bothered
a woman old enough to be his
mother in a restaurant. Tried to

pick her up ... The juvenile deluna

SaMie Blair (another of tha
columis pats) it held over .at
Charles Morrison's Mocambo, H'
wood. Her first large plug ap appeared
peared appeared hare last Spring ... My
fair Lisa Kirk it booked for tha
naw Americana Hotel at Miami
Beach in Fab... Paul Whiteman's
iw album is another mus(-get.
Epics for hit 50th ann'y... Over
heard at Fisherman's Net: "Ha
hat the first dollar she ever
earned" ... Nat (King) Cola's
newast earful is Capitol's "Take
Me Back U Toy land" ... Hermi Hermi-ona
ona Hermi-ona Gingold's performance in the
Wast Coast 'The Sleeping Prince
wrs embraced with sugary not notices.
ices. notices. Top-flight comedienne. Nice
girl, too ...The word from the
Whita House correspondents is
that Jimmb Williams "is one of

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tic (no brains at all) even sasscd! night club singer, of
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the police. So they took him in

The 16th squid detectives took ov

Back Home
WORCESTER.Mass. (UP) (UP)-Five
Five (UP)-Five years after she lost a wallet
in Boston, Mrs. Michael Kud Kud-ravetz
ravetz Kud-ravetz received it anonymously
through the mail. Its contents
when lost a dollar bill, two nick

els and a Social Security card-

ra St. i-ouis ... Dina Doronne
(playing Susan Slrasberg's stsr
role in "The Diary of Anna
Frank") has talent scouts ex excited.
cited. excited. She plays refugee from
Nasi persecution and terror. She
comes from Israel, the refuge for
so many of them.
!o get 'Tom an-'. Dan,' 14 sides
of old-time favorites in havc-a ball
style. El Morocco'" Charles Hold Hold-en
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La Boca Choristers

Sing Monday

If U50-JWB Center

On Monday, Dec. 17, at 8:15
.m., tiie Christmas spirit will
'eceive a boost when the La Bo Boss
ss Boss Alumni Chorus presents a
Program of Christmas music at

he USO-JWB Armed Forces

Service Center.

Presented as a public service
to aid In capturing the spirit of
he holiday season, the program
jromlses to be an outstanding

tne. The yearly program, which
las been given usually during

'he Thanksgiving holiday, is

mce again directed by Miss Em

ly Butcher, supervisor of music

n the Latin American Schools
The accompanist is Hugh Ad-ims.

The La Boca Alumni Chorus
Originated six years ago and
omprises graduates of the La
Soca Schools high schools,
lunior colleges, and normal

Ichools. Very few of the mem members
bers members have had formal musical
Iraining. The 30-strong group
kas, however, a natural love and
knack for harmony and blend
that spell musical entertain entertain-nent.
nent. entertain-nent. The Chorus has sung, to date,
in every Army post on the Isth Isth-nus
nus Isth-nus and for many Canal Zone
immunities oh the Pacific and
Atlantic sides.
A cordial invitation is extend extended
ed extended to servicemen and their de dependents
pendents dependents and to the general
public o fthe Canal Zone and
the Republic of Panama to
lhare the hbliday spirit in song
frith the USO-JWB and the La
Boca Alumni chorus.

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rick Patrick Air. Force Base, Fla. The
Navy's Viking 13 rocket set a
new speed record' of 4,000
miles per hour as It soared to
height of 125 miles before
ditching in the Atlantic. The
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tions Nations forces.

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SPANISH SAILING vessel Juan Sebastian Elcano arrived at the Navy Piers at Coco Solo Na Naval
val Naval Station Tuesday. The vessel which is on a training cruise has 56 midshipnaen, 200 men
and 22 officers embarked. She will leave Cristobal tomorrow.
(Official U.S. Navy photograph)
Romantic Spanish 4-Mast Square Rigger
Docked at Coco Solo; You are Invited

boats, from fishing craft to a man

of -war, but few have ever been a-

board a Spanish four mast square
rigger. Tuesday the Spanish vessel
Juan Sebastian El Cano sailed into
the Cristobal harbor and tied up

at pier 2 at the U. S. Naval Station,

Coco Solo, on the Atlantic side of

the Panama Canal.

This romantic appearing vessel Is

used by the Spanish government
to train their future Naval officers

It's hull is of steel and the ship dis displaces
places displaces 3,687 tons. Presently she car

ries aboard 56 midshipmen (there

is space for 70) in their fourth year
of training and 222 officers and 260
men.

Under the command of Com Commander
mander Commander Don Jose Ramon Gonzalez-Lopez,
the Juan Sebastian El Elcano,
cano, Elcano, remains under the powers of
her tails while at sea unless hea heavy
vy heavy weather it encountered and
then the revertt to her auxiliary
M0 horse power dittel engine
Which averages tlx knots.

The shm contains special lnstal-

ations for the marine trtiard school.

The majority of Spanish Naval of

ficers have obtained their practical

sel was placed in commission on
August 17 1928. Though it has a a-tuaally
tuaally a-tuaally made only three trips ar-

round the world it has traveled

550,000 mites or equal to 27 times

around the world.

The training ship hat already
vitited Dakar, Rio- do Janeiro,
Pernambuco and Puerto Espana.
From Crittobal the chip will viiit
Honolulu, San Francisco, San Die Diego,
go, Diego, Balboa, Jacksonville and New
York City. The ship will return to
Marin, Spain where the Spanish
Nava Academy it located en 10
July 1957.
An interesting item that you no

tice almost immediately when you

go aboard the sailing ship is the
inscription above the ships bell
which reads, "Primus Circundedisti
Me" meaning in English, "you

were tne first to circle me. Jims

all dates back to the man for
Whom the vessel is named-Juan S.

Elcano; who was named mas master
ter master of the Concepcion, one of five
vessels that made up the Magallan
expedition for India. Magallan 'pass
ed away while the expedition was
in the Mariannas and Elcano end

ed up as commander-in-chief of the
voyage. Elcano and the expedition
reached Spanish land again on Sept?.
4 1522 and on Sept, 8 the 18 remain
ing men who were the first to no
around the world were honored by
the Spanish emperor, Charles I. He
made Elcano a knight, titling him,
"Primus Circumdeaisti Me," a n a
the ship now tied up at the Coco
Solo Navy Piers still carries El El-canos'
canos' El-canos' title, "you were the first to
circle me."
The ship will transit from Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal on Friday, Dec. 14 returning
to the Pacific side of the Canal
Zone at Balboa on April 7 1957. The
ships executive officer is Don Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Romero Moreno and its' third
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CHICAGO (UP The house
of the future will be built around

the new concept of prefabricated
service "cores," according to Jay

Doblih, director of the Institute

of Design at Illinois Institute of
Technology. He expects this to

happen in 10 to 15 years.
Doblin said service "cores' are
the "mechanical centers around
which every house is built."
Every house, he said, has the
equivalent of a food or kitchen
core, power core, bath core, en entertainment
tertainment entertainment core and communica communications
tions communications core. At present most of
these mechanical parts are la laboriously
boriously laboriously and expensively assem assembled
bled assembled at the home site.
"These cores should and will be
available as complete units which
can be installed easily at reason reasonable
able reasonable cost," he said.
In a prototyp hous Doblin has
d e si g n e d, al ducts, conduit,
plumbing and th Ilk ar placet
in a trough around the perimeter
of th house.
New Kitchen
The "cores" where all mechan mechanical
ical mechanical equipment is, located are
plugged into the trough, providing
an extremely simple mechanical
setup.
The bath core could be installed
with only one electrical and one
water connection. The most lux luxurious
urious luxurious section in the bath unit is
the "bathing and health center,"
equipped with a reclining chair
instead rf a bathtub or empty
shower space.
This sjfction can be filled with
water for a bath or used as a sit sit-down
down sit-down shower. In the ceiling are
health lamps and oil sprays

me lutcnen design noints nn

Dobhn's belief that present kitch kitchen
en kitchen appliances are designed for an
obsolete method of food prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. He believes preprocessd
foods ar,e going te dominate the
market.
So Doblin's food core plan en envisions
visions envisions the housewife using pre pre-processed
processed pre-processed foods that need no mix mixing,
ing, mixing, peeling and blending.
The house would have a heat
pump, ventilating equipment, an
air purifier and odor and germi
cidal controls.

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER IS. 15 8

TBI PANAMA AMERICA AH
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Kitchen Sink In Lewistown
Marks Center Of Montana

LEWISTOWN, Mont. (UP) -The
high, brick home of Mr. and

juts, nay uocaery sr. 01 ww
town hat a unique niche in Mon
tana tradition.

The two-itory house at the head
at Lewistown's Main Street
narks, according to government

surveyors, we exact gcugi

center of Montana.

Lewistown residents carry the

atetrv even further.

The precise center, they insist,

is right to the Dockeryt' kitchen

Front the Dockery sink to the

Canadian border rorth of Chinook,

Mont., is 13S miles. Equidistant
to the south is the Wyoming state

line near Red Lodge.

East and west, 246 miles in each

direction, are the North Dakota
line cast of Glendive. Mont., and

the Idaho boundary west of Mis

soula, Mont.

The western state line of Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, the nation's third largest
state with a land area of 147,000

square miles, wanders along the

Continental Divide. So m deter
Brown finds time to stitch up i
new quiver or armguard.

Bow and Arrows
Is the Business
And It's Jolly

ALBANY. N.Y.. Dec. 13 (UP)-A

state office worker and a bacterio bacteriologist
logist bacteriologist have gone into the bow and

arrow business for fun.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown

have turned one room of their

home into an "arsenal" for mak

ing their own archery equipment
ht-t the state worker, she's the
b.-.cteriolo2ist.

Long intersted is hunting, fish J

lag nd caping wiin a special
love for the sound of a whistling

arrow they belong to a new
archers elub, an organization of
hunters and target shooters.
Archerv isn't an expensive

sDort. esnecially if you "do it

yourself," Brown said.
The workshop is filled with sup
nlies of lemon wood, specially or

dered for the bows, and cedar for

the arrows, along with an array
of hoe-made gadgets to make the
work easier. Vapors of the various
lacquers are more pleasing than
French perfumes, according to
Mrs. Brown.
Brown usually mskes a dozen
arrows at a time, on an assembly
line basis. He first cuts round
sticks, or shafts, into proper
length, then dips them twice in
clear lacquer.

A modified pencil sharpener
shapes the ends which next are

fitted with arrow heads and nocks
for the bow string to fit in.
Then, Brown begins the crest

ing, or deeorauve painting; w

nersonalize the arrows.-For the fi

nal step of fletching putting the

feathers on the arrow he has a
special clamp which holds the se
lected turkey feathers in place
while the glue sets, and a home homemade
made homemade electric device trims thm
into shape.
Whil the paint is drying, Mrs.

Building a bow is more involved
than arrow-making, but Brown
has a closet full of them. His
newest model is made of lami

nated wood and fibreglass.
mining that Lewistown and par
ticularly the Doclerys' house

was in the center, the surveyors

took an average of the line's dis distance
tance distance from here.
The "Montana Center" home
was built in 1912 by Hal and Lou Louise
ise Louise Akins, parents of Mrs. Bond a
Dockery. Akins, a pioneer Lewis Lewis-town
town Lewis-town merchant, moved out of the

home in 1927 and turned it over

to their daughter, her husband

an attorney and their family.
The brick house, towering over
Main Street and connected to the
sidewalk by a set of steep stais,
has 10 rooms, plus a sleeping
porch and a basement. Three lofty
pine trees shade the home from
the west.
In an interview with United
Press, Dockery said that shortly
after the Akins moved into their
new residence, a party of govern government
ment government surveyors working in the
area came to them voluntarily
and reported this was Montana's
exact center.
"We've never measured it and

have never attempted to push this

as a claim to fame," Dorkery
said with a smile, "but the sur surveyors'
veyors' surveyors' report is now generally
accepted."
He admitted that since the cen central
tral central location report became gen generally
erally generally known in the area, many
people have paused to look at the
house, but Dockery said it doesn't
bother him or his wife.
"When we moved in there," he
added, "the house stood practical practically
ly practically alone on the hill. But now, as

Lewistown has grown, we're right

in the middle of town.
"Visiting farmers used to tether

their horses on long ropes near
the house while they went about
their business, but they can't do

that any more.

Horse Thief Croup
Still In Business
RAITSTTlN SPA. N. Y. CUP)

The Saratoga County Society for

the Detectioh or Horse inieves
was 138 years old on Oct. 28.
Whiln horses aren't as plentiful

as they were, when the society

was tounaea, me orgaiuzauuu it itself
self itself is "going strong."
The nrcranizatinn maintains its

active Membership, although

there's little need tor norse inier
detecting these days.

I.
Mighty Confusing
LINCOLN. Neb, (UP) Bus

driver Joe Scolaro of Lincoln,

Nab., went to vist bus driver Joe

Scolaro of Tampa, Fia.
Both have the same name, type

of work, and work for the same
bus company National City
Lines.

Lincoln's Scolaro began writing

his "twin" when the latter won a

recent national Bus Driver of the
Month" award and his picture ap appeared
peared appeared on national place cards.

The men are not reiaiea.

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YOU'RE ROCKING THE BOAT -A young Russian bear
resists attempts to be put off a ship at Copenhagen, Denmark.
The animal, "Mitga," had been presentdd to the Danish Navy
when the frigate Esbern Snare paid a walk's visit to Leningrad,
U.S.S.R. On the ship's return to Denmark, the crew lined up for
what was to have been a ceremonial debarkation for Mitga. The
bear had other ideas and pounced on a sailor loosening her
chain. The sailors finally gave up after two hours of trying,
during which one gob nearly lost an ear. At last report, Bruin
was still on board.

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Russia Turns Loose
19 Nippon Hostages
micro Dec. IS (DP) Rus

sia released 19 captive Japanese
fishermen lust as JaDan and

Russia resumed diplomatic re

lations, it was reported toaay.

Dispatches from Hokkaido,

Japan's northern island, said
fishtaff boats carrying: six fish

ermen arrived in Hanasaku yes yesterday
terday yesterday io minutes before the
start of ceremonies in Tokyo ex

changing peace agreement ra ratifications.
tifications. ratifications. Another'boat arrived

shortly thereafter. The men had
been captured by Soviet gun gunboats
boats gunboats and held on the Kurile is island
land island of shiboXsu.

Cops Help Nervous
Flier Get Married
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -(UP)
Airman Second Class Edwin

Corbin appeared to be driving
"nervously" so a state police pa patrol
trol patrol car stopped him.

Corbin told Troopers Edward

Hill and Konald Behrensl he was

nervous because he was to be
married in a short time but
couldn't find a justice of Dears nr

Lst man.

The trooners took Cnrhin tn

Justice Charles Mahn of Traverse

City and then witnessed the mar marriage
riage marriage of the nervous airman and
Ritha Bersh of Traverse Citv.

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Dr. tod Mrs. Michelsen are a
popular young couple who have
many friends on both Pnama and
the Canal Zone.

. (Ig ) AND MRS. C. B. CALDWELL shown at their weddnig,
ich took place recently in St. James Episcopal Church.

ton Rouge, La. Mrs. Caldwell is the former Mlsa Joan Marie

is, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carter C. Curtis of Coco Solo.

,JLTI-COLORED FLAGS DECORATED TIVOLI LAST NIGHT
jSf BILLIONTH-TON ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Jf fi, Flags of all shipping companies which use the Canal,
decorated the Hotel Tivoll from port to bow last night at
Jk; the celebration of the Billionth Ton of cargo to pass
through the Panama Canal.

f Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter led large and
distinguished group of guests which included official! of
the Panama Canal Company and representatives of all the
, shipping companies on the Isthmus.
k A brilliantly colored sign, which had been painted for
Jhe occasion listed the nationality of ships and the amount
of cargo that each had carried through the Canal since
August 19 H to make up the billion tons.

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south America.

They went to Colombia, Bolivia,

Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
I They had old friends to visit in

Bach country, and made many new

ne,; on tneir trip.

Most of their travelling done by

plane, but. tamv Axme they

caught a freighter back to Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Since they were the passen

gers1 aboard, they had a marvel

lous time and found this a fitting

conclusion to a fabulous trip.

Balboa Woman's
Club Enjoy
Christmas Biuach
A delightful Christmas brunch was

enjoyed by menbers and guests

of the Balboa Woman's Club yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the Fern Boom of the
Tivoli Guest House. The table was
appropriately decorated by Louise
Merchant. Patsy Ryan and Leona
Saarinen presided at the coffee
service.
Mary Ruppel, program chair chairman,
man, chairman, presented Emily Price, of
the Canal Zone Library, who spoke

on Books about Christmas, old

and new. She reviewed briefly two

new books, Merry Christmas, Mr.

Baxter, by Edward Streeter and

Christmas fo Tad, by Helen Top

ing Miller. Aizie Holgerson favor

ed the group with several Christ Christmas
mas Christmas carols accompanied by Au Audrey
drey Audrey Kincaid at the piano.

Those attending were, Marilyn

Angus, Nancy Schroff W n a d e
Mann, Erika Burkhalter. Louise
Merchant, Helen Wentworth, Mary
Ruppel, Marge Coffey, Martha
Basham Peggy Parker, Annie Zits Zits-man.
man. Zits-man. Jo Hughes, Catherine Pear),

Anna Kernan, Avelyn de Castro,

Amelie de Castro, Co Joustra, Az Az-zie
zie Az-zie Holgerson, Emily Price, Ev

elyn Harrington. Teresa Luce, Bett
Forbes, Thyra Shiebley, Mildrei

Bierman. Isabclle Medline. Phy.

lis Turner, Ruth Jenkins, Billie
Llndsey. Florence Waldman, Ag-
ne Hparnn Pnllv Trail' Roatripii

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Schilling, Phil Euper, Doris Young,
Edna Ho werth, Mary W or ley,
Kathryn Meissner, Alice Bryan,
Rae Ebdon, Celeste Powell, Reba
Slotkin, Ruby Beard, Leona Saari

nen, Maja Nordeng, Mary Aane-

sen, Ruth Bourgeois, Grattice Ot

ter., Kay Daniels, Marion Wilcox J

Kuth Batbman. Ruth Hahley. Hil-

degarde Epperson, Crete Bokn,

nmn rvongame, fjarrie b r o w n,
Thelma Kruse, Claire Irwin, Pat

sy Ryan, Dorothy Allen, Flora

Hack, Mary Cunard, Jo Cole, Emi

ly Bolton and Helen Adler.

Unity Lwdpa
Of I.I.P.O. Elks

Meat Saturday

Unity Lodge No. 10M of tbe i.s.
P.O. Erks of W. will convene a
special session at the Paraiio
Lodge Hall on Saturday, Decem December
ber December 15th, for the Initiation of Can Candidates.
didates. Candidates. All Bills are urged to attend and
be on time:
Pn-American
Festival Chrus
The Pan-American Festival
Chorus will meet this evening ai
the U.S.O.-J.W.B. Building, La Bo Bo-ca
ca Bo-ca Rd., Balboa at 7:30 p.m. AU
members are urged to attend as
this will be a rehearsal of. Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Music for the TV Broadcast.
Participation in this group is open
to all members of the Armed Serv

ices and their adult dependents,

residents of the Canal Zone and of
the Republic of Panama.

Bridal Shower
Foilews Meetina
The Minnie Reeder Circle of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
First Baptist Church, Balboa

Heights, met at 7:30 p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday lor their monthly meeting Pro Program
gram Program Chairman, Mrs. William H.
Beeby presented the Lottie Moon
program of prayer for foreign mis missionaries.
sionaries. missionaries. Mrs. Elizabeth Keigle
gsve a chalk drawing while the
group sang Christmas carols. Fi Final
nal Final Christmas plans were made
made for gifts for the members of
the Salvation Army Blind School.
Following the meeting the group
adjourned to the home of Mrs.
Lloyd W. Peterson to enjoy a
shower that she and her daughter
Jayne were giving for Miss Carrie
Sharpenstein who will be married

at the First Baptist Church, Balboa

Heights Dec. 21.

Those attending the circle meet

ing were Mesdames: Beedy, Van
Royen, Snyder, Casswell, Forbes,
Kelly, Terry, Davis Robinson,
Keigley Barbour Luyks, Keenan,
Cargle, Morris, Buechler and Cotton.

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Mrs. Idith Michelsen
Visiting Hera
From Denmark

Mrs. Edith Michelsen is here

from Denmark visiting her son

REQUIEM MASS
will be said on Saturday, December 15th at 6 and 8
a.m at St. Mary's Church In Balboa for the eternal
repose of the soul of
R0QELI0 and MARTA OSEGUEDA de ALVAREZ
(R. t P.)

The employes of the First National City Branch of

Balboa deeply appreciate the assistance to this
religious act.
Panama, December 13, 19S6.

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Hey all you girls! Have you
heard about the girl's water polo
sessions v If you iove spora and
can swim, this is the game for
you. H also keeps that oi' worry worry-weight
weight worry-weight down where it should be.
iue juniors are naving tneir an

nual Christmas formal on Dec. 21

at the Amador Army and Navy

uub from, 7-11 This is coins to be

one of the best formals we have

ever bad, so come on boys get
yoursea a date and come for a

real "Christmas" ball!

The Zonian staff has announced

the year book's hall of fame. It

is quits an honor to be selected

to be in the Zonian s hall of fame.

You have to be exceptionally good

in a subject to be picked. Here

are the very well deserved seni

ors who are in the 1957 hall of

lame: best dancer. Bill Sears and

Lynn Jones; best looking: Suzie

rotter and Jim Watson: most tal

ented: Jim Dorian and Grace La La-bona;
bona; La-bona; most all around: Gerl Mc Mc-Griff
Griff Mc-Griff and Owen Sutherland; most

likely to suceed: Linda Jacobs am

Ciins Hearon; most intelectual:

Diane Jacobs and Joe Pustis ; most

athletic: Dan Winkloskl and Eda
A I tun a: most popular: Ken Mor

ris snd Virginia Reynolds, most

friendly: Peggy Foiles and Joe
Galloway; most witty: Bob Wills

and Kleth Roberts.

Another six weeks gone. The sec

ond grading period ended Friday,

Dec. 7. Before we know it the

semester exams will be UDon us.

Let us hope everybody will be

prepared; There is oi cours, a

hard and an easy way of doing

everything. The easiest and most

successful way to be prepared for

the semester or final exams is to
do your work steadily and when

it does come ail you have to do

Is review over, "down pat" ma

terial, instead of cramming to a

point where your mind is one big
distorted jumble of information. U
is never too early to start review

ing.

SPOTLIGHT
We have the senior class secrets

rv, Virginia Reynolds in our spot"

flight this week.

Virginia was brought into this

world on Oct, 2. lt)3. She has

lived here almost three years and

during that time she has really

gone places. In her sophomore

yesr she Was in badie Hawkins

dance. court. In her junior year

she was selected to reign over the

annual junior Christmas formal

and was elected to the position of
Governor at Girl's State. This

year she is the senior class sec

retary and was chosen ine most

popular girl or b.h.s. rm sure
Virginia deserved every bit of it.
She is chairman of the drives-com

mittees this year and would like

. a. i 4,1. sL.u;

to remina everyone oi me nusi-

mas drive for the orphans, virgi

nia participated in the water bal

let last year and is quit a ball

room dancer. She is one ot those

people who, when they dance make
it look as if they were light as cot

ton and there is just noining to

It! Virginia out auite a bit of

stress on Girl's State. Receiving

the position of Governor of Girl s

. A 1

State and Being ame to auena
fcirl'i Nation was certainly the

most honorable position she has
ever received. Girl's State real-

lv teaches aovernment and con

stitution. and. of course, it Is just

one week long ball. She feels that

she knew more about the const!

tution than any other candidate in

Girl's Nation.

Madison Papers

To be Printed.
Seen In Total

CHICAGO. Dec. 13 (CP) The

widely scattered personal papers
of James Madison, the nation's
fourth president, will be collected
and published in their entirety for

the first time through the coop

erative efforts of the Universities

of Virginia and Chicago.

The publication will close the
last gap in the basic historical
sources of the nation's founding
fathers. The documents of George
Washington, Thoma: Jefferson,
John Adams, Benjamin Franklin
and Alexander Hamilton already

nave been published or are in
work.
The work on Madison's papers
will require about 12 years. They
will he published by the Univer

sity of Chicago Press at a rate

of about two volumes a year, be

ginning in 1960. The papers will

require about 22 large volumes.
All of Madison's papers, which
hsve survived in a curious history,
hsve been documented.
Same Were Last
Shortly after his death, Con Con-grass
grass Con-grass appropriated $30,000 to buy
the "Notes of Debates in the Fed Federal
eral Federal Convention of 1787" nA a

collection Vf letters relating to the

iununeniai congress from his
widow, Dolly Madison.
Congress lster authorized nav-

ment of $25,000 for the larger re remainder
mainder remainder of the collection, setting

up a u-usi iuna so that Mrs.

Madison's wavward son .Tnhn

rayne load, could not gamble

wie money away.

However, before possession u

obtained, Todd sold a thousand of
the letters to John C. McGuire,
wh edited selections from Madi Madison's
son's Madison's papers.

I his segment of nanere re.

mained in the McGuire family
until 1892 when it was purchased
by Marshall Field, Chicago nwr'
chant. Field presented the papers
to the Chicago H;storical Society
where they remained until 1910
whei they were turned over to
th Library of Congress.

me wprary of Congress in 1935

retrieved a large segment of the
papers which Congress originally
had purchased but which later

were lost.
Ta Cast $400,000
1 aaavti

en- wimam Cabell Rives of
Virginia had borrowed the entire

Limecuon irom the library to write

" ana umes of James Mad

T "mcn n iaiieo to com complete.
plete. complete. He returned some of the
material to the library, but hun hun-oreds
oreds hun-oreds of items later

a trunk mixed with Rives' own
papers.
Otlw collections of Madison's
papers are at the University of
Virginia, the Virginia State Li Library
brary Library and in historical societies
of several states.
Publication of these papers in
one uniform work. will make avail-
JL time t
record of Madison's contributions
to the nation. He has been de described
scribed described ss "the architect of the

i CI na tne Bill of

The iob of edit.

- w...vi iutuoii'
tag the more than 12,000 Madi

son papers will cost about tann

000, with most of the cost borne

by grants from the Ford and the
Rockefeller Foundations.

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sion, Division, Quartermaster, Corozal, presents a suggestion award ta
Robert H. Johnson (center), store manager of the Fort Kobbt
commissary, as Maj. James Van Ernst (right), commissary
officer, Army commissary, Corozal, looks on. Johnson suggest suggested
ed suggested that the produce section la the Army commissary at Fort
Kobbe be converted from counter service to self service. This
system is already In use at the Coroial Army commissary.
(U.S. Army Photo)

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 195

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

jocial an I Oik

i Mr. And Mn. Grimlich
Will 8 Honored at retirement
party, which will be held at the
Gamboa Golf Club on Saturday.
Mr. uramlich, who is master of
the clipper dredge, Cascades, nas
been employed by the Panama Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' nal Co. since 1911. He will retire
Dee,. 31.
Reservations may be made at
the Gamboa Golf Club.
; Col. And Mrs. Walton
-Glve Christmas Party
Christmas decorations of r exl
and green were used through out
the Foj:t Clayton Officers: Chjjo
for the delightful. dinner dance grs-
en by Col. and Mrs. Joseph a
Walton Saturday.
I Col, Walton, who is Provost Ma -Jshal
USARCARIB, has a subpeni
t awaiting each of his guest, requii
J ing each to appear at a specifie
table for dinner. Cocktails wer
a r tkA hnffot
ible and dancing continued unti
af in thp ovninff 5 Y
g Among those attending were
SJlai. Gen., and Mrs. Thomas
rold, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Lout
Bwer, Col. and; Mrs. L
Wilson, Col. and Mrs. H. T. Has
ing, Col and Mrs. C. L. Earl, Col
and Mrs. I. B. Washburn, Col. and
Mrs. K. H. Tando, Col. and Mrs
g perez, Col. and Mrs. A. A.
Greene, Col, and Mrs. Peter S. Pe Pe-ca,
ca, Pe-ca, Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frink, Col.
and Mrs. J. R. Russ, Col. 9ml Mrs.
J. H Wiechmann, Col and Mrs
N. MS Cox, Col. and Mrs. F. D.
Miller, Col Donovan, Col. D. A.
King, Col. and Mrs. R A Jones
Jr., Col. and Mrs. K. C. DeGon,
Col. and Mrs. Willard Seymour,
Col. and Mrs. T. J. Henderson, Col
and Mrs. R. W. Garrett, Col. and
Mrs. H. C. L Adams, Lt Col and
Mrs W. E. Cheatham, Lt. Col. and
.Mrs. George Heck, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Leslie Gross,, Lt. Col, and
, Mrs. C. A. Rowan, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Ralph Wells, Lt. Col. and
.Mrs. C. G. Kaiser, Lt Cel and
Mrs Owens, Lt. Col. and Mrs. W.
P. Knowles, Lt. Col. and Mrs. J A
AppeK Lt Col. and Mrs. J. N.
Herndon, Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. G
Kilfren, Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. E.
,'Lord, Lt. Col and Mrs. .R M.
Lovelace, Maj. and Mrs. A. E. We.
; ber, Maj. and Mrs ..J. P Morris-
ey, Maj. and Mrs1; H. W. Von
iNessen, Maj and Mrs. F. B. Schoo-
maker, Capt. and Mrs. B. B. Mc Mc-'
' Mc-' Clung, Capt and Mrs. J. F. Cerri Cerri-aty,
aty, Cerri-aty, Capt, and Mrs. M. G. Patton,
.Capt. and Mrs. J. N. Tenhet, Maj.
and Mrs. J C. Seabury, Maj. and
Mrs. M. G Tomaneng, Col and
Mrs T.J. Tiedeken, Col. and 'Mrs.
-J. B. Nichols, Lt. Col. and Mrs J
B Naudts, t. Col. and Mrs D. M.
; Ramsey, Lt Col. and Mrs. C W
'Sauser, Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. .B
ITrevathan, Capt. and Mrs. Eldon
D. Pence Jr.. Capt. and Mrs. W.
IE. McHugh, Capt. and Mrs. Rob
art D Henke. Maj. and Mrs. Don
land W Hern. Capt. and Mrs.
James Boyd, Opt. and Mrs. John
amiin, lapt. ana mn. ucuigv
Hiceins. Lt. and Mrs. Arnold
Phelps, Cmdr. and Mrs. Gilbert
.Fish, LtU. antt Mrs. a. jonnson,
Col. and Mrs. Rose and Capt. and
iMrs. D. 0. Barger
I Cristobal Woman's t
Club Held Gala
Christmas Meeting
! Members of the Cristqbal Wom Wom-'an's
'an's Wom-'an's Club and tneir guests enjoyed
la gala Christmas program last
'Wednesday against a background
of Christmas decorations and mu mu-!sic
!sic mu-!sic Mrs. Henry Sommerfreund of
Mercurios explained the ways by
which an expert &eino.w0 .. t-.i
distinguish between genuine, syn synthetic
thetic synthetic and imitation geni stones.
To help the Christmas philan philanthropy
thropy philanthropy program of the club, Mr.
Sommerfreund donated a genuine
amethyst, Mrs. Julius Dietz was
the winner of. the lovely stone.
Mrs. Julia Leignadier won the
door prize, a fruit cake baked by
Mrs. A. J. McClean.
A white Christmas tree bedeck
ed with ornaments was in the cen
ter of the tea table flanked by red
candles.
Presiding at the tea table were
Mrs. W. R. McNamee, Mrs. Julius
Dietz and Mrs. Perry Francy.
The holiday tea was arranged by
Mrs. McClean and her committee.
At the business meeting preced preceding
ing preceding the tea, Mrs. A. L. Logan,
president, Introduced new mem members,
bers, members, accompanied by Mrs. C. J.
Gems at the piano.
Cocktail Party?"
At Ft. Clayton
Capt. and JMrsj J. R. Gerrity and
C.W.O. and Mrs.' R. L. Dalke gave
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BEANS and PORK
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Continued

a eoekUit party at the Clayton
Club on Friday. Pink Carnation,
pink Hibiscus aad Baby's Breath
with silver hurricane lamps made
a lovely hoc$ d'oeuvre table.
Those enjoying this party were
Brig.! Gen. L. V. Hightower, Col.
and firs. Peter Peca, Col. and
Mis. J .R. Walton, Col. and Mrs.
R Hs Tando, Lt. Col. Swan, Lt.
CoL and Mrs. C
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Rowan,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. E.
G.
Owens,
Col. and Mrs. J. G AppeL Lt
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Col. and Mrs. .J N. Herndon, Lt
Col and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Lt
and Mrs L. A. Brown, Lt Col
and Mrs W. P. Knowles, Lt Col
Mrs. F B Schoomaker, Maj. and
Mrs. A. L. Munson, Maj. and
Mrs. M. G. Tomaneng, Capt and
Mrs. W. C. McHugh, Capt and
Mrs R G. Friar, Capt. and Mr"
V M. Brazier, Lt. and Mrs. T E
Crawford, Lt and Mrs. R j Le-y'W-
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Union Nixes Railroad Offer;
Mediators May Call On Ike

CHICAGO, Dec. 13 (UP ft
National Mediation Board has
indicated it may seek presiden presidential
tial presidential intervention in a dispute
between the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen and 140 car carriers.
riers. carriers. Negotiations collapsed yester yesterday
day yesterday when the Brotherhood re rejected
jected rejected a contract and wage of offer
fer offer by the nation's railroads and
refused to arbitrate the dispute.
Spokesmen said the Mediation
Board is expected to inform
President Eisenhower that an
emergency exists in an effort to
avert a possible strike.
However, Vernon W. Satter Satter-white,
white, Satter-white, assistant to BRT presi president
dent president William P. Kennedy, said
no strike vote has been taken as
yet.
Union negotiators, represent represent-injr
injr represent-injr 135,000 operating trainmen,
turned down an offer of a 26&:
cent hourly pay boost 'over a
three-year period.
The un on said it rejected
the offer because the railroads
failed to include clauses reduc reducing
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number ef paid holidays to
seven.
The union had demanded a
$3-a-day pay increase for dining
car stewards, yardmasters, yard
and roads service workers and
other smaller groups. The Tinion
also sought an extra $2.50 per
day for employes on short turn turnaround
around turnaround service.

Under the Railway Labor Act,
President Eisenhower could de
clare an emergency and appoint
a fact-finding board to investi investigate
gate investigate the dispute. The act also
provides for a delay of 60 days
or longer on any strike action.
Meanwhile, the Federal Media Mediation
tion Mediation Service reported progress
in its efforts to settle a six-week-old
bus strike in the popu populous
lous populous -Gary-Hammond, Ind., area.
Mediators met yesterday with
representatives of the street
Electric Railway and Motor
Coach Employes Union and the
Gary Transit and Shore Line Bus
Companies.
About 450 drivers and mechan mechanics
ics mechanics walked out Nov. 1 to back
demands for wage increases and
other benefits.
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WASHINGTON. Dec. lS(TJP)

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more than double the level at
the end of World War it
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tal total debt of state government
June 30 was $13.1 hjllion, about
$11 billion hle-her than in iQac
Cities, towns and municipalities
totaled $34.9 billion. $23.1 billion
greater than 10 years ago.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol
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haven't been going so well at a
certain film studio and the other
day someone put a sign on the
lawn outside the executive bund bunding.
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Elvis Preslev now has three
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titrt reac-titrt Canal Zone Junior College Community Chorus presented Handel's oratorio, The Messiah. A large audience, which overflowed the seating space,
turned out for the program which was conducted by Nell V. Branstetter. The Chojus will give a repeat performance of The Messiah Sunday night at the

turned out for the program
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68 Years On Job
TOMPKINS COVE, N. Y.-(UP)

John J. Eagen, 83, is believed to
have set something of an employ

ment record during bis long life

Eagan has been working at the
same plant for the past 68 years.
He is a compressor operator at the

Tompkins Cove Quarry of the New
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6n top of the long employment
record, Eagan has gone through

the entire 68 years of employment

REVERSE TWIST
NORTH HAVERHILL, N. H H-(UP)
(UP) H-(UP) Now the worm has
turned. A Southern mill is mov moving
ing moving north! The Southern Dowel
Co. of Hickory, N.C., is building
a plant here to produce hardwood
squares. Chief reason for the
move is to tap extensive hard

wood resources of New Hamp

smre's tor

without suffering a lost-time acci accident
dent accident on the job. He started as a
water boy in the quarry back dur during
ing during the days of the blizzard of '88.

Returned To Adam:
Seal Of America's
.QTJINCY, Mass. (UP) A

symbol of independence has re-
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sent two of its sons, John Adams
and John Quincy Adams, to the
White House.
The Great .Seal of America.

which sealed the tWo treaties of
peace with Great Britain iri 1782
and 1783, has been returned to

the Adams mansion here. Those
treaties recognized the independ independence
ence independence of the United States.

A recently married star tele telephoned
phoned telephoned for tickets to a Los
Angeles theater and said, dramat
ically:
"Send mt t i c k e t s for myself,
and my wife my iwtothtart, my
inspiration."
Next day four tickets arrived in
the mail.

Records hitting the million
mark in sales are common in the
U.S. but unknown in England.
Frankie Laine's "I Believe" holds
the best selling disc record in
England at 800,000 copies.

There's a s i g n pester with a
sense of humor on the sot of Jack

Webb's telefilm series, "Noah's
Ark.' Noah, the veterinarian,
lives at the corner of Burbtnk

Blvd. and DARWIK Ave.

Romantic dialog a la Hollywood

science fiction in U-I's "The Land

Unknown": Geophysiclst Jack
Mahoney whispers to Shawn
Smith:

women
with a
metals

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a

effect

"I know that basically

consist mostly of water,
few pinches of salt and
thrown in. But you have
unsaltlike, non-metallic

on me."

Jerry Lewis is giving pals a

photo of himself and wife Pattl
both at the age of 5, standing on

the front porch of their home. An
eyebrow lifter until you realize

it s clever superimposed photography.

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"The audience believes me as an anther."

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It's 50 years in show business

this winter for Producer Sol Les

ser. His first job: Candy butcher
in a San Francisco theater,

y DICK KLEINER
NEA Staff Correspondent

NEW YORK (NEA) At last
comes scientific evidence of the
difference in bobby-sox reaction to

Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.

Robert Russell Bennett, who or

chestrated "My Fair Lady" and
NBC-TV-TV's Project 20 produc

tion. "The Great War." brings to

the study of fan reaction a highly-

trained ear.

"Elvis Presley," says Bennett
"I've noticed that the girls scream

four tones higher for him than

they used to for Sinatra. It used to
be a low. delighted moan for Si

natra; now it's a high soprano for

Presley.
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flies, sweeping over multi-laned
highways which will take them
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Massachusetts Turnpike author authorities
ities authorities predict that, in 1958, the
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enabling travelers to go virtually
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The super-speed roads will cut
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costs alone,

Crew members on the Ava
Gardner-Stewart Granger picture
"Thu Little Hut," thought up a
spechl name for the fake desert
island built in the middle of the
Cinecitta Studio just outside
Rome. They called it "Ava-Ava'

The Witnct: An actor wearing a
bandage on his head walked into
the Mocambo the other night and
someone whispered, "What hap happened
pened happened to him?" 1
Steve Cochran's reply: "He
got caught in a revolving blonde."

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Ever wonder what' happened
to Bruce Cabot, who is showing
up in all those old movies on TV?
He's making films in Italy and
staying out of tho .U S. to avoid
old alimony payments.

Three convicts in an eastern
prison, it's being told, sold a
story to a film studio Executives
were so impressed with the yarn
that they asked the men to write
another and suggested they hire
a Hollywood story agent.
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story," replied tho convicts, "but

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Gypsy Rose Loo, says Gypsy
Rose ee, is an institution. And be being
ing being an institution has its draw draw-backs.
backs. draw-backs. "Producers don't think of an in

stitution except in certain kinds of

parts, she said sadly. "And audi audiences
ences audiences pigeon-hole you in their
minds. Being an institution has
been a definite drawback in my
career."
She has finally done her first

dramatic role on television play

ing the part of an author on a U.S.
Steel Theater show.
"The audience believes me as

an author," she says, "because I
am an author. But what else could

I play? I sit hom and watch a
lot of TV and each time I see an
actress I wonder whether I could
play that part. Most of the. time,
the answer is no.
"Physically, I'm limited. I'm
so tall. I couldn't play an Inge-,
nuo or tho girl next door or a
secretary. I couldn't oven play
strip teaser I don't look or
sould like what tho public
thinks a strip teaser looks or
sounds like. I could play a club
woman of sorts but it would
have to bo a mighty peculiar
king of club."
All this doesn t depress her.

She's a hard gal to depress she's
generally a happy sort. And she

has other irons in the stew her
night club act ("I'm- ttill going the

same act i ma zo years ago ) and

ner wnung.
She is currently putting the fin

ishing touches to her autobi autobi-graphy,
graphy, autobi-graphy, as yet untitled. There is a
good chance this will be made into

a movie. She is Surprisingly un

concerned with the question of

who will play Gypsy Rose Lee in

this epic, but there is one casting

prooiem worring ner.

"Who will play Mother?" she

wondens. "She's the star of the

book. My mother is no longes liv

mg I couldn't have written the
book while she was alive. Every
time I used to say anything about
her while she was alive, bless ner

heart, she'd sue mV
The Broadway season has open
ed with a bang and with a bust

The first play, "The Loud Red

Patrick," is a gay and delightful
comedy. David Wayne slapsticks
his way through another of his

wonderful characterizations, and

Arthur Kennedy and Peggy aiai.
rer and' James Obngdon are other!
whd please. :
Then comes "Harbor Lights," a
gloomy bit of business which offerg
the lovely Linda Darnell and noth nothing
ing nothing much else. The lights should
go out soon.
Now that Jackie Oloason's back
live-and everybody's happy that
he ditcred film in favor of talent
oyVH be seeing that odd look looking
ing looking stooge of his again. This Is
tbe peculiar looking chap with the)
slicked-out hair and the expres expression
sion expression of a brooding spaniel.
His name is Stanley Ross and
his main stock' In trade is as a
dress' salesman peddling "rags"
(the dress business term for worn
en's clothirig) for the manufacture
irig firm of G. W, Cohen in No
Xork.
Ross" odd hair style was devel.
oped accidentally. He'd washed hit;
hair at the studio, then was called

xo practice a scent. He had t

bend a lot and th combination or
the wet hair and the exercise did
that to hisT hair. The director,- rec recognizing
ognizing recognizing a funny coiffure when ha
saw one, had Rots keep it in.
He's been with Gleason, of and
on, since the round one started on
DuMont, five years ago. Of the o o-riginal
riginal o-riginal cast, only Art Carney and
Ross remain. And Ross, is only
part-time. The rest of the time ht
sells rags, not gags.
Two vital things to remember,
the sage comments of Valentin
Sarra, who produces many TV
commercials These are two of hit
guiding principles:
"Avoid selling spaghetti after
mealtime.6 ..... .. ...
"Avoid selling beer in the mom
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roitrh a. contract of six snades

today's hand. He could make
this bid with the! slightest luck:

in spades, hearts,1 or ciamonas,
and actually succeeded even
though all three suits broke
badly.
Not so reasonable was East's
decision to pass at six spades,
last hoped to defeat the spade
slam, but could nk be sure ot
doing so. it wouldliave been far
aafer to take t sacrifice at'
seven clubs, givifg up a small
inunt Instead or risking a big
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monds. diamonds. The slam was thus assured.

X mas Sale Ante:
$193 Million in 56
And Ms Record

Washington, Dec. is (up
The. U.S. Chamber of Commerce

predicts mat Christmas buying
will push up retail sales to i rec record
ord record total "of at least" $183 billion

salei resulted "from a consumer

period in 1955

Retail Kales for tho Christmas

buyhg months of November and
December, auto sales excluded,
willfclimb to $31 1 billion J3 1 nil.

lion' more than the total for the
same two months last, vear th

chamber predicted. Sales for the

same period, auto sales included,
wiH total $371 billion, up $1.9 bil billion
lion billion over 1855. it said.
The chamber said that iU1856
buying is healthier than last
year's, "reflecting a more normal
expansion in popu'ation and per personal
sonal personal income." In 1855, record
sales resulted "from a' consum
buying spree, particularly for
autos," it said.
1954 Forecast
The chamber also -said, that 1956
sales volume reflects, to some ex ex-ttnt,
ttnt, ex-ttnt, "scattered" price increases.
The chamber's forecast of over overall
all overall 1956 sales volume in other cat

egories:
General merchandise, apparel, I
and furniture and

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billion, up $2.5 billion over 1955.
Gasoline service stations Sales
up about 12 per cent from last

year.
Drug and Dron-ietarv tnr

Sales up about 11 per cent over

leap.
Food stores Sales more than
five per cent ahead of w v..-

Eating and drinking ectahliahl

ments Safes up six per cent over
last year.
Automobiles The onlv dark
spot. Sales down about 5.8 per
cent but during the last quarter
expected to equal those tor the
same period i nl955.

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PITTSBURGH (UP) Mi Michael
chael Michael Day O'Donnell, a freshman
at Carnegie Institute of Technolo Technology,
gy, Technology, received eight mailed invita invitations
tions invitations to consider joining campus
fraternities but had to turn them
down. Michael is a girl

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Great Britain.

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Yankees Win
1st Place Tie

By VICTOR GRAY
Evans Killeen last night made an auspicious
Panama Pro League debut by whitewashing the
Cerveza Balboa team on five hits while his team teammates,
mates, teammates, sparked by Dave Jacobs' three-run homer,
pushed over eleven runs in a one-sided contest.

Play in the Pro League will be
resumed tomorrow night when
the two leaders meet in a twin twin-bill
bill twin-bill beginning at 6:00. There will
' be no game tonight.
Last Night's Gams
The Carta Vieja Ywixees more
than avenged their 3 to 2 defeat
of last Sunday when they white
washed the Brewers to the tune
Of 11 to 0 behind the five-hit
Bitching of Killeen.
Two big innings, one of five
runs and the other of six gave
- the. victoirs all their runs. Start Starter
er Starter and loser Winston Brown got
by for the first three frames but
had to give way to "Cowboy
Cartas Thome in the fourth
when his control left him.
In this frame the Yankees
tallied five times. Thome pitch pitched
ed pitched well enough until the seventh
when the Yank offense got roll rolling.
ing. rolling. Eddie Phillips took a third
.strike to open the inning, Rudy
Mayling singled, advanced to
second when Spider Wilhelm
rolled out to Harold Gordon.
Billy Shantz walked, but John Johnny
ny Johnny Kropf dropped a Texas
Leaguer into center to let in
Mayling. Killeen drew a pass
and Tony Bartirome's single
cored shantz and Kropf.
Jacobs Homers
The stage was then set for
Dave Jacobs who blasted a one
and one pitch high and lar over
the left field barrier for the
first home run of the season,
scoring Killeen and Bartirome
ahead of him. Kern filed to-Hardy
in right to end the inning.
Beet men Shorthanded
Injuries to key players Hector
Lopez and manager Leon Keli Keli-man
man Keli-man forced the Brewers to make
changes In their lineup. Behind
the plate, lmportee At plnkston
STANDI
Teams
Chesterfield
Carta Vieja
Cerveza Bal.
W t Pet. GB
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2 1 .667
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Tomorrow Night's Games (2)
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja (Grba (0-1) and Romberger
(10) Vs. ChesterOeld Flanigan
(0-0) and Osorio (1-0)
Game Time: 6 p.m.
Last Night's Result
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja 11, Cerveza Balboa 0

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BALBOA:

11-0 To Gain
With Smokers

filled in for the injured manag manager,
er, manager, while Alonso Brathwalte, a
fair fielder but a poor hitter,
subbed for Lopez at the middle
cushion.
Killeen In Top Form
Killeen, who won 17 and lost
13 with Abilene in the Big State
League, was in rare form. He
gave up five hits, all of them
singles, walked four and struck
out one.
Brown, who lost his second
cramp was attar nimhlp tn
weather the storm. After pitch
ing three scoreless innings ne
retired with the bases full in the
fourth Thome his successor.
put out the fire but not before
me Yanits naa tauiea nve urnes.
In the five cantos pitched by
Thome, he fanned five and
walked four. He was touched for
four hits, including Jacobs'
homer and gave up six runs.
Miguel Tunon Gonzalez pitch pitched
ed pitched the last inning for the losers
and narrowly escaped being
scored upon when Killeen watch watched
ed watched a three and two pitch go over
for a called strike with the bas bases
es bases jammed to end the inning.
Balboa Yacht Club
Elects Officers
For Annual Term
The annual election of 1957 club
officers for the Balboa Yacht Club
was held Tuesday evening, Dec; 11,
during the club's annual member membership
ship membership meeting in the Club Rooms.
Russ Meissher was elected to the
office of commodore; Virg. Camby
was elected Vice-Commodore; B1U
Wymer, secretary-treasurer; Jack
Carlsop, mooring masicr; W a 1 1 v
Pearson, railways master, and
George Edginton, house officer.
The. retiring commodore, Horace
FiteSfc, thartked the club members
present for, their cooperation durlngj
IsitepMt var as ne handed bis nav
el of office to Commodore-elect
Meissner.
Melssner discussed briefly the
present nlans for the eo'irtul an annual
nual annual club party to be held in Jan January,
uary, January, thf Balboa Vac1'' Club's cel
ebrated Beachcombers' Brawl.
The retiring officers for 195fi were
Horace Pires, commodore; Archie
Turner, vicc-eommodore; Bill Ha'-
vosa, secretary-treasurer; Jack
Carlson, mooring master; Bill.. TV
tie, railways master; and "HP.
Burchett, house officer.
All nf tho neu'lv olnpfpri illih nf-
hi.iii'L mill I'll... iitTW'n nn Tominrvl
1st, 1957; however, Commodore Pir Pires
es Pires will return to the hoard of gov gov-ernors,
ernors, gov-ernors, which consists of the elect elected
ed elected club officers and 'he past ciiti ciiti-modore,
modore, ciiti-modore, as the ex-officio member
of the board.
ONE ROUND BURKE
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Pat Burke, Michigan State 1957
football Capt, is nicknamed "One
Round" because of his boxing prow prowess.
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CERVEZA BALBOA
Ab R H Po A
Gordon, lb 3 0 1 5 1
Charles, 3b .4 0 1 0 2
Glenn, cf 3 0 0 4 0
Pinkston, c 4 00 9 0
Moore, ss 4 0 1 1 1
Grenald, If 2 0 0 1 0
Brathwalte, 2b ... 3 0 0 2 1
Hardy, rf 4 0 1 2 0
Brown, p f.l 0 1 0 1
Thome, p ....... 1 0 0 0 0
Lopez 1 0 0 0 0
Gonzalez, p 0 0 0 0 0
Total 30 0 5 24 5

CARTA VIEJA
Bartirome, lb .... 3 1 1 12 0
Jacobs, 2b, 3 1 1 3 2
Kern, ri u u i u
Phillips, 3b 4 0 0 1 1
Mayling, If 4 2 1 3 0
Wilhelm, ss 5 1 1 3 6
Shantz, c 3 2 1 1 1
Kropf, rf 3 2 1 3 0
Killeen, p 3 2 1 0 1
Total
32 11 7 27 11
Lopez grounded out for Thome
in 8th.
Score By Innings
Cerveza B. 000 000 000 0 5 5
Carta Vieja 000 500 60x 11 7 1
SUMMARY Errors: Killeen,
Brathwalte, Charles 2, Hardy.
Runs batted in: Kropf, Killeen,
Bartirome 3, Jacobs 3. Earned
runs: Carta Vieja 11. Home Run:
Jacobs. Doubleplays: Wilhelm,
Jacobs, Bartirome. stolen base:
Bartirome. Sacrifice hits :
Shantz, Jacobs. Hit batter: Kil Killeen
leen Killeen (Grenald). Wild pitch:
Thome. Struck out by: Brown 2,
Thome 5, Killeen 1. Base, on
balls off: Brown 6, Thorhe 4,
Killeen 4. Left on base: carta
Vieja 10. Cerveza Balboa 8.
Pitchers' record: Brown 5 runs,
2 hits in 3 innings (none out in
4th), Thome 6 runs 4 hits in 4
innings, winning pitcher: Kil Killeen
leen Killeen (1-0). Losing pitcher:
Brown (0-2). Umpires: Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, Hinds, Williamson. Time of
game: 2:47.
V.F.W. Teener
57 Competition
Plans Underway
Plans Ivt 1957 V.F.W.
Teener All-Star competition will
be discussed at a meeting of the
league tomorrow evening.
The meeting, to be held at the
home of V.F.W. Post 3835, Coco Coco-lia't
lia't Coco-lia't 7:30 p.m., will be open to
the public and will include elec election
tion election of officers for the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming year. Any adult resident of
the Canal zone is eligible for all
offices in the league, except
those specifically limited by the
constitution.
The V.FW. Teener Baseball
League conducts a post season
competition of the cream of the
teen-aoe ball nlayers of the Ca
nal Zone. Twelve outstanding
players from each side of the
Isthmus play and from this
group are selected the fifteen
boys who make up the V.F.W.
Teener All Stars. Selection is
made by judges from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic and Pacific sides and a coor coordinator
dinator coordinator from the league.
After a series of exhibition
games in the Zone and the Re
public, the All-Stars travel to
Hershey, Pa. for competition a a-cainst
cainst a-cainst the best in the Unled
States in the Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars National Teener Base Baseball
ball Baseball Tournament. A series of ex exhibition
hibition exhibition games are also played,
either before or after the tour tournament,
nament, tournament, in the East and South.
The general public is invitea
and urged to attend the meet
ing Frida to have a pare in wis
youth program.
Gift To Crying
Towel Business
nmn.nwn fNF.A Colorado's
basketball coach, Sox Walseth
has marie s miehtv bid in this
v-Miinci season t,n become kins of
J o -
criers
In his opening salt-tinged salvoj
waisetn aescrioea a uiurauu gamu
like this:
"We can't run, can't jump 1
well, have no depth and didn't sir i
well."
Colorado won the game.
Paul Arizin Crabs
NBA Scoring Lead
NEW YORK (UP) Pitchin'
Paul Arizin, the ex-Marine scoring
star, if the Philadelphia Warriors,
took over the undisputed scoring
Irad in the National Basketball As
sociation today on the strength of
58 points in his last two games.
Arizin, the 1952 scoring champ,
strted the week deadlocked with
teammate Neil Johnston, also a
former scoring champion, for the
top rung.
But now A.-izin is alohe on top
with a total of 489 points to 477 for
Johnston. Defending champion
Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks
stood third with 459, nipping Clyde
Lovellette of the Minneapolis Lak Lakers
ers Lakers who had 458.

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HE'S SAFE In apre-season exhibition game played at Fort Clayton last Sunday, Cavalier
Leon Ayars slides safely under the glove of trooper third sacker Jim Belluomini. Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately after this play Ayars scored one of the six second Inning runs that led to Clayton's
8-2 victory over Fort Amador. (U.S. Army Photo )

Cumber batch Will Make Santa
Know He's In A Fight Perez

Donald Dewar Dehydrates
Doughboys During Dogfest

After being shackled and chok
ed off for seven weeks by cactus
thorns planted by evil blood thirs thirsty
ty thirsty demons of superior bowling ac accomplishments,
complishments, accomplishments, the fruits of glori
ous victory finally branches out in into
to into full bloom when a deeply root
ed seed of shaken morale sudden suddenly
ly suddenly exploded and erupted like a vol
cano, spreading a devastating
bombardment of pins, beer bottles,
cans, razzberries, dogfaces, Grin
gos and flashlight attraction all
being crushed, pounded and .disin .disin-tegrated
tegrated .disin-tegrated with' the lethal deathdeal-
mg accuracy of a carpenter ham hammering
mering hammering spikes with a sledge ham
mer.
The high and mighty destruc destructive
tive destructive conquest wit an awe-inspiring
display of marksmanship
and control skillfully J s m o n n-strated
strated n-strated by a dttirminod civilian
Signal Corp trooptr who was
christened Donald James Dewar
Junior a ftw decades ago.
Sweeping all three games from
nine other hungry hawks
Don "War" had attained
Mister
the d is
tinction of possessing the record
for individual effort in a revival if,
the expanded private bowling feu 1
staged in Curundu a few nignts a'
go.
During the process of steari
pressuring and dehydrating the
stubborn envious beasts wno refus refused
ed refused to give an inch, Don's hee-hawing
finally routed the sensitive cul
prits with the burning agony of hu-
miliating and tormenting abuse cf
pins ana advice to get more prac-
use-wipers," these boastful an
tics forcing the enemy to flee for
shelter witn the two Missouri Mules'
outrunning the pack. The Texas
Crumpler escaped this massacre
(the lucky varmint) when guard
duties prevented his presence
ine dazzling performance ex excelled
celled excelled previous meets and flaten flaten-ed
ed flaten-ed the bitter wolves who refused
to concde or suffer defeat, spe specially
cially specially when Seiior Don announced
he wouldn't have to bowl the last

four frames of the final game" The remaining bewildered vie vie-since
since vie-since it became evident that he tims who were floored and confus confus-had
had confus-had ill but made a shambles of ed by the mvstifvine exhitinn nf

the gruelling grind that lasted
three hours and four minutes tru truly
ly truly a trying experience that tests
heart, lung, stomach, nerves and
equilibrium.
Participants have a week to re,
cuperate from the pains that wreck
pride and ability when heckling
dominates the personal will to win
and friendship during the struggle
and well-deserved congrats to the
one wno emerges victorious.
After the demolition of all foes
became a reality, DOn expressed
silent sympathy to the Minnesota
Specialist who lost the first game!
by twa pointy, Ronald Michael 1
umijer. men won snea a ier,
tears for another Minnesota Spe I
cialist who was rpfnerup in the!
second and third gamesrthis!
Dutch lad being the perfect picture
of rinorse when Don said, "Let
me offer my regrets to your hard
luck tonight. I'm sorry you lost by
only five and six points in those
ir ; r-" ". wiuac
last two games. But you snouldn't
feel as bad as I do. I played wit'i

a swouen arm that was out of or- 8:30 a.m., only cost $1.00.
der. You were lucky my arm was You may win a 12 pound eviscer eviscer-not
not eviscer-not broken-" iated turkey, you don't have to be
The loser boasted, "Baus a mal1 good to win, second place reserves
ouf-ich haup trei brooda," mean-, a bottle of rum for consolation
ing 'Watch out a bit, I hav three prize. Guns will be available for
brothers.' So Arthur Allen Kunze shooters not having their own.

win De one elephant in the feud
who will never forget this event.

Tht hot breezy air was blow blowing
ing blowing across tho Blue Horixon and
Hawaii must havo boon calling
for Army Specialist Ronald Jo Jo-soph
soph Jo-soph Amoral whtn ho want into
hippy hula danct at ho waltz waltzed
ed waltzed up to tho foul lino twico in
IvvH
.1. ..

on frame whistling 'Two to
Tango' and did a slow motion
manbo version of roll and rock
as ho rolled twico and rocked
the gutter with both the musical
swing of a windmill windup and
the offpitched bang of rocks e e-choing
choing e-choing their thunderous roll
through a hollowed subway
clearing.

The pickup of a spare (7-9) by
Specialist William Raymond Pal
matory brought the wornout vocal
cnoras ot an viewers into earner
cop harmony when the right edge
of the number nine pin was tapped
barely hard enough to inch it over
into the position where number
eight normally stands, the nine
pin remaining upright until it had
assumed possession ot the eighth
slot; then as it swayed left and
right while standing and spinning,
the off-balanced leaning top edge
of the pin fell toward the bottom
half of the number seven pin graz-
ing the back end of it enough to
push it over into the end of the
gutter
The rare shot was typical of a
drunk whirling toward a lamp
post that wasn't close enough to
hold him up, but slopped hi s
swinging arm enough to havo
him.
A Jet-propelled rocket ran out
of gas and took a nose dive after
a pressure filled turkey swoop was
muffed by Specialist J. E. D. who
then was deflated to the lower
depths of a sunken spirit and had
to settle for a fourth place tie with
the wriggling rigor mortise eel of
all vulturous heckling snakes, F.
J. K.
New Joisey's nativf son had the
friendly atmosphere of South
A
merica's Mamboland but the pin
boys feared this new palefaced
stranger until he gave the secret
passwords: 'Honorable Gringo.
Carbone."
Dewar's night to howl were R. R
S. and E. E. H. who have the
ominous opinion that "Xmas trees
might not be the only standing
targets that will be fully trimmed
before the year is out."
ihe photographer or hand has
not relinquished any pictures yet
so it is only proper not to relin relinquish
quish relinquish the identity of same, al although
though although this attitude may seem
rude and ungentlemanly to read readers
ers readers who are not fr.miliar with
those involved. Circumstances pre
vent the possiblity of a gentle
man's agreement on any man-to
ntn basis.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
rHBItTMK TtlDlfBV cunnr
a rhrictm..: T.,ri,.., cu.t .:n
. ?"-" '"" oiiuuk Wll
ne held at the Gamboa Gun Club
on Saturday, De?. 15, starting at
tome out and have fun. and
win
your Christmas dinner too.
SUGAR BOWL TRACK
New Orleans (NEA) Bobb
Morrew and Tom Courtney, O'- 1
pic track champions, will cor
in the Sugar Bowl meet, Dec. .).

Jesus Santamaria will know he
is in a fight when he meets By

ron Cumberbatch Sunday night
at the National Gym, Alfredo
Perez, Cumberbatch's trainer
promised today.
Cumberbatch and Santama
ria, who are training for a ten ten-round
round ten-round feature bout, will tangle
for the first time.
Cumberbatch, whose 10 years
as a professional has taught htm
all the tricks of the trade, will
use his vast experience as he
tries to give Santamaria the
first setback of his career.
The 21-year-old Colon feather featherweight
weight featherweight has been unbeaten In six
outings.
BYRON CUMBERBATCH
According to Perez, his con confidence
fidence confidence in the Calidonia bat battler
tler battler stems from the fact that
he has shown great stamina
and punching ability in work workouts
outs workouts since he dec ded to keep
his weight up to a strong 124
pounds.
Perez says that Cumberbatch,
- 'no eais a Dig juicy steak every
day, nas seemed snarper, And
more enthusiastic during train training
ing training that he has been over the
past year when he had to reduce
to fight bantams.
"Cumberbatch is a natural
featherweight," says p e r e z,
"From now on he will stick to
his class."
Perez declared that Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch will keep close to his op opponent
ponent opponent in the coming bout, so
as not to allow the long-armed
Santamaria to take advantage
of his superior reach.
"we'll right him. close ail the
way," he said.
This morning, Cumberbatch,
who at 124 pounds is two
pounds away from Sunday's
126-pound limit, took a br'sk
five mile walk and wll put on
the gloves for six rounds this
evening at the Marahon Gym
where ne Is training. j
There will be no more hard
workouts for him after today.
The card, which carries two
six-round semifinals between Ti Tito
to Tito Marshall and Enrique perea,
and Roberto Murlllo and Black
Bill, will get underway at 8 p.m.
with a four-rounder, when slug-
gine Ernesto Campbell
clashes
-ut e tJl. T
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rlas Menaez
San Bias Indian A-
Flyer Squad To Host
Charleston Quintet
Tho Albrook Air Force Bate
'Flyers' basketball quintet will
host a Charloston Air Forco Base
squad Friday, Doc. 14 and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Dec. 15.
Starting time for both games
will bo 7:30 p.m. at the Albrook
baia Gym.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.

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Upset Wave Rolls On Through
Collegiate Basketball Ranks

NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (UP)
The upset wave rolled on
through the college basketball
ranks today, adding Kentucky,
Notre Dame, and Cincinnati to the:
list of surprise victims and piling
more woe on the "ex perts",'
heads.
St. Louis, rudely bounced out oi
the national rankings itself by Ohio
State only last Saturday, came
right back Monday night to nip
Kentucky, 71-70 only the third
home-court loss that Kentucky has!
suffered in the last 13 years.
Northwestern, beaten twice in a
row, turned on Notre Dame, 75-60,
at souin uend, ind. Nortnwest-
ern's first win over the Irish since
1849.
76-68 the second loss in three
games in a poor start for a Cin
cinnati club figured to be among
the strongest of Midwest independ independents.
ents. independents. Kentucky Fades
Kentucky, elevated to the No. 7
national ranking this week on the
strength of its easy conquest of
Temple last week, shot out to a
six-point lead in the first four min minutes
utes minutes against St. Louis. It looked
like a runaway, but that was as
far as the Wildcats could go.
Kentucky led 68-67 with two min
utes left when Jack Mimlitz hit a
basket for St. Louis and Harold
Alcorn boosted the Billikens' mar-
gin to 71-68 with a pair of free
throws. Kentucky nabbed one last

Gossip About
SPORTS
By WALTER C- WATSON j

The fans are buzzing over the
excellent pitching performance cf
Humberto Robinson, the first home,
run of the season by Dave Jacobs
of Carta Vieja, the steady play at
short of Clarence Moore, the effort
of young Heron to displace Parris
at third, Carta Vieja finding anoth another
er another ball hawk like Johnny Kropf in
the person of Kearns, and Tony
Bartirome's slick fielding at the
first base sack and his timely hit hitting.
ting. hitting. We would like to add to all
of this the observation that Marcos
Cobos .s undoubtedly the most im
proved player in the loop. His
handling of pitchers has been su superb
perb superb and three who erred in try trying
ing trying to pilfer second found the bad
awaiting them as he rifled it to
second for the out j
Neither time nor space will per permit
mit permit a detailed analysis of the three
clubs, as we see them this year,
so briefly here is the picture in
our mind:
We believe that the champions
(Chesterfield) will -eneat this vear
because they have awtll balanced
ball club wherein may be found ex excellent
cellent excellent defensive ability, good
pitching, quite a few potential long
ball hitters, good reserves and top
flight management.
For the number two spot we
pick Carta Vieja and do not hesi hesitate
tate hesitate to mention that this team
might well pick up all the marbles
because it has impressed us as be being
ing being the type of team that the 1949 1949-1950
1950 1949-1950 Carta Vieja ball club. was. A
team of fighting spirit which can cannot
not cannot be counted out until after the
final out is made. A team of this
sort, composed of no individual
star but instead of a closely knit
group who know how to Dlav to
gether, was the 1949-50 team that
took the Caribbean Series in Puer
to Rico. With Billy ShantzVat the
neim of this year's team, replac replacing
ing replacing Al Kubski whose impeccable
record on the Isthmus was of the
highest order, the club will eel
good direction and being a catcher
ne win be hi good position to de decide
cide decide on mound changes.
We believe, from the little tha
we have seen, that Carta Vieja's
oniy weakness is its ack nf Inn
Bal' hitters. However, it might be
too early to tell. All of the pitchers
havo shown that they are way

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Highland

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SCOTCH WHISKY

HACDONALD ft MUM UMIT1D, OMMore, Ulth.

-(basket, but then St. Louis stalled
out the clock. Mimlitu had a

points and Alcorn 24.
J he upset wave failed to touch
two other high-ranked teams play playing
ing playing Monday night. Western Ken
tucky, ranked 12th nationally,
pushed its record to 3-0 with a 95 95-74
74 95-74 romp over New Mexico A&M
and Indiana, ranked 17th, scored
seveB points) in the last two min minutes
utes minutes to beat Butler, 73-68, although
Butler ace Ted Guzek outscored
big Hoosier center Archie Dees,
85-24.
Maryland Whips Deacons
In other leading games Monday
night: Maryland took the lead aft after
er after 11 minutes and held it thereaft-
ter to beat Wake Forest, 59-53, in
an Atlantic C o a -s t Conference
game; Nebraska added a third Big
Ten scalp to its belt with a 53-51
decision over Wisconsin with Don
Smidt's field goal the deciding
margin; Loyola of the South
nipped Texas A&M, 71-68, as Pete
Gaudin scored 26 points;
nice trounced Louisiana State,
87-7?, as 6VID Temple Tucker
scored 23 pouts and 6-9 Tom RobL
taille added 20;' Duquesne downed
LSt. Francis (Pa.), 73-61; Navy beat
Koanoke, 76-51; Texas Tech edged
Tulsa, 66-62; Oklahoma A&M
stopped Arkansas, 59-50; Texas
Christian crushed McMurry, 97-50;
uayior beat florth Texas State, 71.
58; and Colorado downed Colorado
A&M, 70-49.
held nf tho Viatttrc n -fir hut. with
more games unoer their belt and
good weather foi regular practice
sessions the big guns may soon
find the range aid our impression
would go down us drain.
We pick Cervezi Balboa for tho
cellar position but with the reserv reservation
ation reservation that this position won't bo
very far froin tht top. We firmly
believe, that Ms gear's leagu has
(he characteristic of being the
league with the best matched clubs
in history. Far from being the
these team? seem pretty much tho
same caliber. That this is true can
be seen in the close games played
so ftfr. I
Outside of last night's disastrous
11-0 score, which could happen to
anybody,, the games have been
rather cfose and It is our guess
that witk the bie man Mr Ma.
jor Leaguer Lop back in tho
iine-up next weei, t,eon Kellman
working masterfully back of tho
plate again, Clarence Moore team,
ing up with Loptz for a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent double play combination, one
of our' favorite ballplayers, John
Glenn, playing his usual peerless
game and a pitching staff that will
get better as they go along, this
ball club will make its bid for the
pennant to the entire satisfaction
of their many fans.
The disturbing factor, so far
this season, in our mind, is the
lacklof fan interest. We know that'
baseball is the most popular past past-time
time past-time of the Isthmian sporting world
and yet, despite the fact that ad ad-mission
mission ad-mission to the Panama Leagut
ganles is much lower than any
plate else, baseball, equal to Class
A (f better stateside, cannot draw
the) crowds thai it should. The fans
ow it to the league to give their
full support. Tie sponsors of the
three teams will not forever will will-inay
inay will-inay lose moniy.
Ihe day will me when the mo mo-guh
guh mo-guh will decide that thv h"
hail enough and the local baseball
public will be deprived ot tneir i i-vohte
vohte i-vohte dry season pastime and
have only themselves to blame.
The cost of operating a good ball
club' here is extremely high ami on
Fan support hang; success or fail-
ire of the league! Mow is the time.
rupport your fav
rite baseball
earn by coming
them in action.
out and seeing
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ncurbed. Pav Plan Can
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CKSDAY. DECEMBER 13, m

y HARRY GRAYSON

w tiink i nip.i i i .iit it-aen
i,ii as 1 1 uivc-uul. air: ucwwuiuur
e National uuiemie Ainieuc
because of the lack of schedule
inre-wise dv commeiciti i
have major eollegee having
en one mediocre campaign. At-
n uis nff 55 npr rent.
he jnuaa resxncieo vioeo pian
lr rararrlnH the Ha ma op Attend-
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no at. thp 400 footbalUolaving
paps in ivoo was more uiu
when 15.675.000 paid to see
kick. Thii despite the tremen-
.
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npni, c i mucin. uwijwiiHR
nose LUiiLtmeu auuui vuuviv
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free hand, four highly success-
power football schools could
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lairim. one ui uuee icikc vu
sting systems that work. All are
, Tt -J. 1- 1L kit.
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Federal Communications corrr
ssmn.
mere are now w,uw,ww ieie-
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i n 1 VT.lt tlt.lL A .11 Tlf
in i diiii 1 1 nil. mbii luu a
ns of thes sets will be hooked
ai vqfiaik Qvet.oTnv thai', will en
le the viewer, for a modest fee,
get programs of his choice. A
i -I i 1 1 i -in "7 Aft
set owners pay $1 each for the
college football game of the
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ii.:.- ... i ;r
incniauiuiaii tu ukuic uui inni u
two teams playing got all of
revenue, they would have mil-
n mm 4k. rtimiilm fam urinnmn
'Anybody knows that this would
deadly destruction to college
iL 11 It 11L1.11. 1-v t a.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Paul Brown, the Cleveland
use in snp.fi v. saiz Lear, mat il

It is to be hoped that Mr. Brown recognizes this lor what it is

ersonal charm. (In the past 10
r J U..
A l A. 1
As long as he was winning,
im. If they did, they played to
- It J 1 A .
ame ior snipers.
It could be that Mr. Brown

HO to uuui vunv.il ouu. gvuu ai luaunajvi uu' v-v v v. v v t iuvn mm

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e is ui luuiuicir tiiai jte ux u tiuu

iipr n nis wasn l. nr n is fioiim nut u .n i f akcaiuaL luui luai.

lime, flniwn nnw vain mip f
Then there is the business of
am probably knows fully as much
e nriiuan auanernacK was. iui
11 LS n H HIV Bl III IllllM

Singularly, the more experienced, and presumably wiser, fcra-

am cot. tne less Mr. Brown aDoearea lo trust nis luoimcni. t a

..... . . ii.
im.

Graham, a man of normal pride, must have resented the knot-

tkmA imnllatinn thntioh h yooiclAreH no nilhlie nhirtinn

How well did Mr. Brown call
in la vi ic nil uk j i mm. iiiiiik a uui i
ook the playoff from the L. A.
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IV lie I.U1I1 uiDitu j. Udacs ivi

SILVER THREADS, ITC.

r.nhim will nnl ho amimrl
ami lar nas made il stick",
i a a i ti i. S t t
Now Mr. Browa stood starkly
m.:11 u.h.ll' f iinU w n ni4'(
.J Wm.rt k.m I a irtMo nnl ft 1 1 I
anut last season? -And this vctr
t (U -finot tin ftlTO
Partially, let s lay. Naturally
hn t eive awav nm kmrt as floor
it . im r j
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produced. And il'stjust possible

nd Harrry Piel coild call the plays and they would click.

Other things have been hanpoenmg to tne crowns. Notaniy, too
any of them are Growing old together Eight of Mr. Brown's two

jlatoOns are 30 or pore, and only live arc 2j or lower. His veterans
ian't be counted on for full length, quality service and more; they
ire inconsistent and are prone to yield wnen inflexibility is the su supreme
preme supreme demand.

Maybe mr. Brown waited a
common mistake among the
never make.
FAMILIAR
Mr. Brown apparently dees

tourse. Perhaps this is due to lack 01 experience, in oraer to oe a
sod loser a man must first have had considerable practice...
. .. i a -i v a. fj

Mr. Brown, wnue aamiuing

ers tne orait procedure (wnercin tne low-sianqmg emus get nrsi
shot at the choice material) as the main reason for the team's skid.
He calls the drift the "great equalizer." Still, the selective pro processes
cesses processes continue for over 30 rounds, and other clubs manage to do

a.l right on later picks. The Clevelander seems to preier to trade,
anyway.

Another thing that distresses Mr. Brown is tne mcomoctcnce ot
the officials, most of whom are the same who worked while his ath athletes
letes athletes were Winning 10 titles in a row.

Rlph Furey of Columbia. "Tele "Tele-vision
vision "Tele-vision doesn't hurt the hot teams,

m l iuiuuuu tiiuca duvu
and Navy arm Harvard ana xaie.
But, when you take weather into
consideration, it murders the
school having a ao-ao-year."
Toll TV can result in unprece
dented additional revenue for ev
erv member of the NCAA.
Without intelligent control con control
trol control that must be mapped out and
agreed upon in advance toll TV
can turn into a commercial mon
ster which could destroy college
football as it is today.
U P. College
Cage Ratings
NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (UP)-The
United Press college basketnali
ratings (first place votes in paren parentheses):
theses): parentheses): TEAM
1. Kansas (30)
2. North Carolina
POINTS
325
227
"()
3. Illinois
4. Southern Methodist (1)
5. San Francisco (1)
6. Louisville
7. Kentucky
8. Ohio State
9. Kansas State
10. Dayton
206
194
177
140
104
78
63
56
Second 10 teams: 11, Canlsius,
50; 12(tie), Iowa State, North Car Carolina
olina Carolina State and Western Kentucky,
32 each; 15, UCLA, 27; 16, West
Virginia, 23; 17, Indiana, 18; 18
(tie), Niagara, St. John's (N.Y.)
and Temple, 15 each.
Others: St. Louis, 14; Rice, 13;
Xavier (0.), 12; Oklahoma A&M,
10; Utah, 8; Washington, 7; Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State, 6; Oklahoma City,5;
Southern California, 4; Colorado
and Miami (O.), 3 each; Notre
Dame, Duke, California and Van
derbilt 2 each; Sjton Hall, Purdue
and Minnesota, 1 each.
SUICIDI SCHEDULE
Philadelphia (NEA) La Sa Salle's
lle's Salle's basketball" schedule includes
eight teams that last season ad
vanced to post-season tournaments
and the perennial powers, Indiana
and North Carolina State.
maestro, is having his first losing
luuiuii i uavc utuueuc:u iu a muic
years, four in the defunct All-Amer-
A. Ti-l 1 I 1L. I
t
Mr. Brown s brethren couldn't fault
an empty house, now mat he only
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asked for it. When he took over, it
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calling the play himself. Otto Gra-
foptball as Mr. Brown does. Yet
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the plays last year It seems to us
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field
Iieia
Rams, with Graham having a
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inil wtto mH ttiin t All nH Alimt

whpn the Browns move into thfl.iww.

witnout mm tne Browns aroppea
iL..;u n At, 4 .!v
exposed, his genius
all along had
ka K i in cJpf rlnuin nn Klc L-nooc
I'rt IT fr 1 V h n ihlntC (itQI'fnf 1 1 Oft
without him... Well, wouldn't that
a uranam nas 10 oe missea. iney
unzes. ine crowns sureiy coura
v. i .: l ii a.1.
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that, with. Gtaham in there, Bert
year too tang to Degin reounninc.
peasants, but one, the gods should
COMPLAINT
not adjust to defeat as a matter f
tne departure 01 uranain nun, ring

SCHODLB(

)Y ROBINSON
-year-old National

the Reds' 20

is taking courses at Xavier University bf Cincinnati. Denny
Davis, the football tackle, rot natch over eye against Kentucky

RC-NEHI AND LUCKY STRIKE
KEGLERS RETAIN LEAD IN
MAJOR BOWLING LEAGUE
The RC-NEHI and Lucky Strike
bowlers retained their lead in a
tie in the Major Bowling League
last week as they both won three
points. Seymour Agency picked up
one point winning lour, but there
was no change in league standings.
RC-Nehi won three points from
El Rancho, taking two games and
pintail. Charters had his high night
of the season with a terrific ,652
series composed of games of 215,
236 and 2Q1 to lead RC-Nehi, with
Lvons coming through with a big
570 to helo. For Er Rancho, Ted
Schmidt had his first 600 series of
the season with 605, with games of
218,183, and 204, with Bob Boyer
knocking out a good 568 to aid the
Ranchers to take one game.
Meanwhile, th.iea,-S-t r 1 k e
bovs were winning the latter two
games and the point for pinfall a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst Bud Balcer and his Homa
tilesetters. Woodcock led for the
Smokers with 584, followed by Min Miner
er Miner and Lane, each of whom had
583. For Horn, Eddie Lowandc
punched out one more pin than
Balcer (the only time this season)
to lead the tilesettcrs with 577,
Balcer having 576.
The Summit Golf Club boys
knocked out enough pins to score
a three point victory over the Fuer
za y Lui powermen as Howard
Tofand scored a whopping Z5b
game to start the series, winaing
up with 256, 200 and 177 for
snipnriiri 633 series, leading his
team. Bill Jamison gave him ter,-
rific competition wltn tnree evenly-paced
games of 203, 214 and 214
for an equally splendid 631 series
Harry Colbert came in third with
ri74 For Fuerza v Luz, substitute
Samaniego led with 597. The re remainder
mainder remainder of the team had below
550. The lonely point, however,
pushed Fuerza y Luz out of last
place into seventh, leaving the slot
open for the Stempel insurance-
mmv CnHtv finally received his
. Kn;iinff hall. For thirteen
weeks the Max R. Stempel & Sons
to.m which for seven years has
been either the champion or sec
ond-place team, nas oeen wu..
iu i eivth nr seventh place be
JIIK iia w-
cause Coffey has been about
s-4. in.i than his entrance
20
av-
erase, and with the advent of the
new bait, Billy says he's going to
rick up a bunch of 70O's to make
up for the bad nights he's had. In
the match iast week nwrever,
mil knocked out 555, which, while
! tne Stempeleers was not
iT j iku lnt four ooints
mm mm -
.. ik. cumuir ineurancemec. ti(x-
n tha Sevmour team
!Si s7i followed by Easter with
t MARGARITA
MENT AT
The first annual Atlantic Side
Holiday Bowling Tournament
"ill be held atlhe Margarita
Bowling Alleys on Dec. 18, oe oe-crinnlne
crinnlne oe-crinnlne at 7: p.m.
g All ABC and WIBC members
are invited to attend this mixed
singles event. First prize for
high handicap score will be a 20
lb turkey, with a delicious ham
as a second prize.
Entries must be In not later
than Dec, 14. For entry blanks
call M. W. Brown at CrlMobal
2471 Entire cost to you, only
$1.70.
MIXED LEAGUE UNDERWAY
AT CURUNDU
Wednesday evening marked the
beginning i another mixed bewling
league which is composed of eight
turns with five bowlers to each
tparr
thei teams are all filled and to a
casual observer it as though they
are evenly matched. However, on-
:y time win ten wnicn team wiu nn
ish in first place. i
While watching the bowlers roll
strikbs, spares and once-in-a-whi'e
-lt.. Hall eAiYin nnnnln urniA
erheard planning lo purchase a ball;

ps wSr mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaLmi.
mw

Frankit Robinson, foreground,
Leaeue Rookie-of-the-Year.
of their own. By doing so they may
change the picture of which team
will be first.
As this was the first night of the
league, no standings were avail
able. The teams' standings will be
published next week.
CLASSIC LEAGUE
14th Week
New Pins cause splits and splits
mount tin. ilniiiiil'ili rit A I
A..ct;., iODt pviiio.. u
nKi..M.. a nannn A7 A..ei.,
u; ai Manama, 4; Agewood, 0
The defeat of Agewood put Sey
mour Agency back in the league

lead and enabled El' Panama 'to "i..yOTJK1 J'ZZ
move into a tie for second place. 11'" t thi
Billy Coffey led El Panama anl W'cfhl 3. Tnolc 1 A
ZlZSilS. 2WLS fi Rn"dM S mention any
. 'ttet Z h.i?H .ll'Jr salarv committments to Owen nor
S, far' ilZ wirP-pHifhn ; did he sPcify wnen would
" SlT'lofficially take over as manager.

anu bod loiana. f rom now
v"
Bob Boyer will be known
"Split."
AGEWOOD
Glelchman
Boyer
160
146
19S
168
224
893
161
186
213
201
181
942
204
136
173
180
199
ff.
Toland
Lane
549
Balcer
604
892 2727
EL PANAMA
Wilber 187 167 177
Woodcock 182 220 190
Lowande 163 224 168
531
...
0,M
552
633
Bdwen 180 198 174
Coffey 196 237 200
908 1046 909 2863
. Harry Colbert and Pat Casch
with aid from Chuck McGrarvey
scored highest for Seymour Agen Agency
cy Agency in their victory over Austin Austin-The
The Austin-The whole Austin team had a
rough night.
SEYMOUR AGENCY
Cascio
211
203
170
189
209
202
973
191
171
144
206
215
605
520
498
571
642
Nunes
Soystcr
McGarvey
Colbert
179
165
156
225
936
927 2836
AUSTIN
181 205
Almcda
Thomas
Snellbaker
Knoll
Best
149
154
192
183
18?
535
525
479
500
536
189
153
191
179
182
134
I2R
19
816
893
866 2575
are car-
me highest, averages
ried by Balcer, 200; Coffey, 200;
Cascio, 198; Best, 193; Colbert.
192; Almeda, 192; and Kunkc!, 190.
In the first of a series of warm warm-up
up warm-up matches for the Service All All-Stars,
Stars, All-Stars, they challenged Woodcock's
All-Stars, and met defeat by 45
pins. The Service All-Stars won
the first game by 96 pins and
were donated the second game by
2 pins when Bud Balcer missed
spares in the last two frames, but
Balcer more than made up for his
errors by starting the last game
with seven strikes ir. row to score
277 and lead Woodcock's All-Stars
to a terrific 1122 game to win pin pin-fall
fall pin-fall and the match. Balcer totaled
681 to lead Woodcock's AU-Stars
and wis followed by Billy Coffey
and Harry Colbert,
Chuck Almeda and Chuck Mc McGarvey
Garvey McGarvey scored over 600 to lead the
Service AU-Stars.
WOODCOCK'S ALL-STARS
Coffey
Colbert
Toland
Boyer
Balcer
196
167
167
169
205
904
214
181
188
177
224
236
193
192
277
624
584
548
538
681
959 1122 2985
- SERVICE
Cascio
McGarvey
Falcigno
Nunes"
Almeda
ALL-STARS
199 112 172
553
639
547
540
658
203
193
190
215
1000
198
159
175
247
961
238
195
175
196
976 2937
are car-
The highest averages
rd Dy tsaiccr, zoo;
Coffcy, 220;
Ctscio, 198; Best
193; Colbert,
192: Almeda, 192; and Kunkel, 190

y JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) The Browns
had fourth down and needed two
yards against the Redskins, so
George Ratterman decided to
sneak it.

The Cleveland quarterback disap
peared into a pile and when they
untangled it, the Browns had a first
down and Ratterman s knee was
wrecked. He was out for the sea
son.
Babe Parilli, his replace-whacked
on the shoulder against Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. That was a month ago. He
hasn't been able to throw a foot foot-hall
hall foot-hall more than 10 yards since.
Tommy O'Connell, acquired as
an emergency measure, lacks the
experience to make it the way the
Browns require.
So, in the midst, of his first los losing
ing losing season in Paul Brown's memo
ry, his club plays out the string in
the National Football League.
Mickey Owen
New Manager
At Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE,Dec. 13 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Jacksonville Braves have a
new manager today former major
league catcher Mickey Owen.
Braves' Business Manager Spec
Richardson announced late Mon Monday
day Monday night that he and Owen had
"come to terms" during a long -distance
call from Puerto Rico
where Owen is managing Maya Maya-guez
guez Maya-guez in the Puerto Rican Winter
League.
The 40-year-old Owen who has
played for the Brooklyn Dodgers,
St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs
and Boston Red Sox succeeds Ben
Guraghty. Geraghty led Jackson
i ville to three pennants and a sec-
ond place finish in the last four
years.
Geraghty was promoted in the
n r : I i al-ii. i. i i. .ki.
In addition to manaeine (hp
as PliarA PlABl aIiiK rinran nuaaeinrlit
kv aiAvnu viuw, vnc;u jilociiii
is a scout for the St. Louis Cardin
als. His only stint as manager pri-
cr to this time was in 1953 when
hp niintnA the Nnrfnllr tna m nt th
Class B Piedmont League to a
pennant.
For the past three years. Owen
was a coach for the Red Sox and
also had limited duty as a catcher
In 1954.
According to Richardson, the
veteran backstop, in addition to
Ms mnfl0rial rltiff "elv It la
.....ftv.. u, uuv.O, .viu iic o
ready to play if we need him.
Unbeaten Argentine
Heavy Alex Miteff
Scores 8th In Row
NEW YORK (UP)-Alex Miteff,
the unbeaten young Argentine
heavyweight and prosoective
bridegroom who achieved h i s
eighth straight victory Monday
night, may have another TV 10 10-rounder
rounder 10-rounder at S. Nicholas Arena in
February with Wi'li Besmanoff of
Germany.
Manwhile, there'll be a trip
Meanwhile, there'll be a trip
horn- to Argentina and a marriage
to Diana Tommasi for 2i-year-oid
Alex. wh, won a split decision
over veteran Archie McBride of
Trenton, N. J., at St. Nick's Mon
day night.

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Instead of continuously sending
out those five-man receiving pat
terns which ruined opposition fo;
years, the Browns try to make it
overland. Preston Carpenter, the
halfback, averages 28 carries per
gae. Maurice Bassett, the full fullback,
back, fullback, probes the middle. Wit'r
Ed Modzelewski, the big fullback,
out for good with a broken leg

suffered aga.nst the Eagles, this
is the best ground punch the
Browns can muster.
Three and four times a game
n.nl. T o i nr Pair Ronfrn n.
Darrell Brewster cut past defend.
ers and run alone but the pass
never gets to them. They make the
same moves they always made.
But the man who hits them so easi
ly Otto Graham Is a TV broad broadcaster
caster broadcaster now.
Where does this leave Coach
Brown? A fanatic on winning,
the slim, cold little man has been
famous for the lashing he gave
Cleveland clubs which were roll rolling
ing rolling over the opposition. What's he
like now that the losses are rolling
in?
"He always is roughest on you
when game movies are run off,"
players say, "but this year he

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Brown is of the opinion he would
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juries had hot cropped up.
"But we've had so much happen,
to us," he says, "that 1 don't think
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John Kissell, Bob Gain, Len Ford,
Walt Michaels they have made
us the second best defensive team
in the league.
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LOURDES PHARMACY
1S2 La CarratnUla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Mo. tt "IT Sued
MORRISON
4th of Jut Ave. A J St
LEWIS SERVICE
Ave. TItoU No 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
iU Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
A' Foe. de la Oaaa Ave. No. 41
FOTO DOMY
Jaata Arenas eua Ave. and 33 St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
Sa Street No. St
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
ParM Leievre I Street
FARMACIA "SAS
Via Porras 111
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FOR
12 WORDS
MINIMUM
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COMMERCIAL &

PROFESSIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar I ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 1-0551
TRAN5PORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippe ".M!!'I
Phones 2.2451 2z25"
Learn Riding
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping twin "J
I to
5 a.m. "none
or by appointment.
HI-FI RECORDS
Christmas, classic and
'popular records
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. 6-A Tel. 3-1596
Open until 9:30 p.m.
PREPARE FOR HOLIDAYS
LEARN KEY STEPS TO
5 DANCES $12
Bop, Ch Cha Cha, Mambo,
Merengue, Tamborlto etc.
Good until Jan 16-37
BALBOA 2-3
hARNEHiDUNN
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S. personnel and then
families only.
canon
' CAMIMAO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
U.
Panama
N. York
Colon
TIVOLI BEAUTY SHOP
Is opened from 6:00 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday for
the convenience of our
C. Z. patrons.
Please call
for appointment 2-3377.
CANAL ZONE LADIES
The Y.M.CA. Beauty Salon
wishes to thank you onee a a-gain
gain a-gain for your patronage dur during
ing during the past year.
"HAPPIEST HOLIDAY"
Velma, Fran. Ida Si Maria
Farmers Ask Gradual
loosening Of U. S.
Government Strings

I THE
NEW

at
ffrJuufjn

i MIAMI BEACH, Dec. 13 (UP) (UP)-I"
I" (UP)-I" The American Farm Bureau Fed-

eration was asked today to approve
resolutions calling for gradual eli elimination
mination elimination of government regulation
of individual farmins nneratinns

nd for continued support of the' AUBURN, N.Y. -(UP)- Sue
Administration's soil bank pro-icess came late in life to 72-year

ram.

in The Federation Resolutions Com Committee
mittee Committee presented a report re com commending
mending commending basic policy on the farm
m front and in labor, economics, na na-Y
Y na-Y tura) resources and toreign afiairs.
Some 6,000 delegates, attending the
1 38th annual convention, will vote
! on the recommendations today.

The Resolutions Committee re
commended a "comprehensive re-
View' of the present national farm
program by the AFBF Board of
Directors.
Tbe resolution asks the directors
w stuay enanges necessary to a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve our objective of gradually
eliminating government regulation
of individual farming operations as
rapidly as possible'
A study of "more equitable"
trc'tinem for farmers under fed federal,
eral, federal, state and lo cal tax laws also
; as suggested.
y The committee also called for
continued support by farmers of
' the soil bank program as a means
. ot adjusting agricultural produc production
tion production to effective market demand
but it added, "We do not consider
it the responsibility of the govern govern-mr.ii
mr.ii govern-mr.ii io guarantee profitable prices
to any group."

Tor sale

Household
Electric Servtl refrigerator. A A-partmant
partmant A-partmant alia gas iteve. Bad Bad-room
room Bad-room suite: dressing table with
stool, chest of drawers, double
rubber foam mattress. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4274, Panama.
FOR SALE: Double la foot
new Kelvinator $995.00, now
S580.0O. New automatic Ropar
gas range, $530, now $270.00.
New glass gas heater $159 now
90.00. 24" Hi Fl Magna vox
Television.
costs $500.00 now $370. Fomol
building Ne. 4 .Ricardo Arias,
and 52 street. Campe, Alegre.
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
set: sofa, two chairs, coffee
table and neat 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 fast.
Leaving country, $1,600, call E.
Krikl 2-0931, Panama till 5:30
p.m.
FOR SALE: Sewing machine
in Mahogany desk. $100.00.
Call Navy 2367 after 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bamboo A Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany dining table $40.00, 60
cycle Kenmore washing ma machine
chine machine $25.00. Phona Panama
3-3744.
FOR SALE: TV Weatinghouse
17 in table model and stand
$60.00. Phono Albrook 7189.
T.V. CBS 21", and whirlpool
9 lb. washer used ninety days.
Selling immediately because of
Gl evacuation. Both appliances
oparate 25 or 60 cycle. Best
offer over $100.00 and $80.00.
Respectively see anytime Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli 2397-C.
FOR SALE: General Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator 8 ft. Good
condition. $75.00. Tel. 3 1863.
Via Perrat 64.
FOR SALE: 1 Admiral refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. Reasonable' price on
Central Ave. 2243, Apse. Ne. 9.
CHECKS MANPOWER Ed Edwin
win Edwin D. Canham, editor-in-chief
of the Christian Science Moni Monitor,
tor, Monitor, has been named chairman
of the National Manpower
Council. He succeeds James D.
Zellerbach, recently appointed
ambassador to Italy. President
Eisenhower established the
council when he was president
of Columbia University to pro provide
vide provide "a continuing appraisal of
America's resources in a pe period
riod period of enduring emergency."
Successes At 72
Don't Faze Gent
With Late Start
I0'u Herbert A. Cook.
Twelve years ago he started
with little capital and bought
garage which he turned into a
manufacturing plant for plastic
tubing.
Recently Cook announced a
S1 01,000 expansion program for
Genesee Laboratory Inc. which
1 employs 14 persons,
i Cook, president and treasurer
of the firm, said he decided when
he was 60 years old he had "too
i much experience to hop on the
she', and relax."
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until 9
3 1 Via Espana
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C Z.
i-QR SALE
Miscellaneous
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: Sohmer upright
piano. Excellent condition. 5507
(B) Diablo Hgts. Tel. 2-4478.
FOR SALE: Milliard radio, five
bands, 5 tubas. 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
"Heathkit" racord player in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Original price
$194.50, now $94.50. Used
"Hoover" Electric Washing Ma Machine;
chine; Machine; vary good condition $35. $35.-00.
00. $35.-00. "Whirlpool" gas dryer.
Shopworn. Originally $385.00,
now $230.00 'Leonard" 7 cubic
foot freexar. 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
racord player. Mahogany. Vary
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 racord player.
Mahogany finish. Very good
condition $95.00. "RCA" Table
Modal 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 good
condition. Oriqinal price $525. $525.-00,
00, $525.-00, now $250.00. Zenith table
model radio-phonograph, four
speeds, almost new $70.00.
"Sylvania" Hi Fi eonsolette.
three speakers, table model or
with stand; mahogany, very
alightly used. Originally $198. $198.-00,
00, $198.-00, now $128.00. Electro-Voice
Speaker, Modal SP-128 12",
with mahogany cabinet $75.00.
"Teastmastar" automatic toast toaster,
er, toaster, Modal IB-16 in perfect con condition,
dition, condition, very little use $15. Mo Motor
tor Motor GE 20 HP 3 Phase 50 Cy Cycles,
cles, Cycles, 720 RPM $150.00. Motor
Delco r4 HP AC 60 Cy. 1725
RPM (small) $30.00. Motor
"Ritter" 25 cycles, AC 115V 1
amp. $15.00. Halman, S.A., Via
Espana No. 1
Outstanding selection of choice
U.S. and European Christmas or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, decorations and lights
for homes, stores, clubs and or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. American Supply
Co., "J" Street 13-06.
FOR SALE: Wall lockers met met-al
al met-al $2.00 and $2.50, othera dam damaged
aged damaged repairable or for using
metal $1.00. No. 90, Calle Es Es-tudiante.
tudiante. Es-tudiante. FOR SALE: Smith-Wesson
K22 new, target grips and
spur hammer, $70.00. Bal.
4455.
FOR SALE
11 ah motor
1900 miles.
Light weight Eng
bike. Only driven
Like new, $150.00.
Will sell on terms
3208.
Phone 83-
1
FOR SALE: OFFICERS' O O-PEN
PEN O-PEN MESS: The Fort Kobbe
Officers' Club will accept bids
on a Roliflex Camera and oth other
er other aasorted Club equipment 15
December 1956. Items will be
exhibited from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
the 15th of December 1956, all
bids will .be submitted at that
time. The Officers' Club re reserves
serves reserves the right to reject any
and all bids received.
FOR SALE: Boys American
26" bycyde. Good condition
$15.00. Phone 2-2963, Balboa.
One thing about the U.S. tax taxpayer.
payer. taxpayer. He has complete control of
how he should poy his taxes taxes-check,
check, taxes-check, cash or money order, onsai
0l7.fftt
A
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P.M.
Panama 3-0383
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FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Olds 98, 1st
class condition, all extras. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6871 or (office) Albrok
5148.
FOR SALE: 1955 Nash ramb rambler
ler rambler air-conditioned, automatic
transmission, continental kit
$1,700. Call Lacona 3855. Busi Business
ness Business 86-3257.
1955 Belaire Chevrolet, excel excellent
lent excellent condition wsw, power
glide, radio. Re : Navy 3178;
office: Balboa 1500.
Have Your Car In Top Condi Condition
tion Condition for The Dry Season I We
have all the pasta you need. Au Au-toac
toac Au-toac 15th St. A Melendez Ave.,
Colon.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman Du Duty
ty Duty Paid 20 gallon gas water
heater buy the car take the
heater free. Cristobal 2302 or
2161 Rudolf.
FOR SALE: 1951, Ford 6 state stateside
side stateside car $250.00. American fore
ad to sell, day, Panama
2-2142, night 3-6057.
FOR SALE:- Duty Paid Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac Station wagon 1955 VS.
Fully equipped. Exceptional
condition. Reasonable. Phone
Panama 3-2937.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac, 4
doors, radio, w-s-w tires.
Good condition. $575.00. Call
7:00 to 9:00 a.m. 3-4511. 10:00
to 5:00 p.m. Balboa 1778.
FOR SALE: -1953 Willya Ov Overland
erland Overland duty paid. Excellent
condition. Tel. Panama 3-6740.
After 5:00 p.m.

DE-STALINIZATION TO GET RE-HEARING
AT COMMUNIST COG GET-TOGETHER SOON

MOSCOW, Dc,13-(UP) The
powerful Central Committee of
the Sovtet Comnjunist party will
meet early next week to review
dc-Stalinization in the face of
developments in Hungary and
Poland, it was learned today.
It will be the first plenary ses session
sion session of the Central committee
since last March when the body
put into effect the decision to
purge Communist life and gov government
ernment government of the "cult of the per personality."
sonality." personality." The much-delayed meeting is
expected to open Monday. Many
of the 133 full members and 122
alternates already have arrived
in the capital and are holding
preliminary conferences.
The Central Committee, top
policy-makine body of the Com
munist Party, is barely meeting
within the deadline set by the
party constitution, which pro provides
vides provides for at least two plenary
sesions a year.
The rest meeting, early in
March, implemented the his historic
toric historic decisions of the 20th par party
ty party congress in the previous
month de-Stalinizatlon, indi individual
vidual individual paths to socialism by
foreign countries, the non-in-
evitabilny of war, achieve achievement
ment achievement of social sm by parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary methods and the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union's five-year plan.
The new sesion is expected to

THEY'LL BE PAINTING TOWN,
BIDS GIVEN FOR PAINT JOBS

Servicio Brouwer, Fabrica Pa-
namena de Pinturas and the
Tropical Paint Company and
Anthony Legglere entered low
bids totaling; $86,742 on the 14
schedules included in the Pan
ama Canal Company mainten maintenance
ance maintenance paint work for the third
quarter of this fiscal year. Bids
were opened Wednesday morn morning
ing morning by Colonel Hugh M. Arnold,
Engineering; and Construction
Director In the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The Brouwer Company made
a total low offer of $50,070 on
eight of the 14 schedules. Tropi Tropical
cal Tropical paint was low with a total
bid of $21,400 on four of the
schedules and Fabrica Paname Paname-na
na Paname-na de Pinturas made a low bid
of $7,872 on one schedule which
includes the interior painting of
62 houses in Paraiso. Mr. Leg Leg-giere
giere Leg-giere was low with an offer of
$7,400 for painting cyclone fenc fencing
ing fencing around Mirafiores and pe pe-dro
dro pe-dro Miguel Locks areas.
The low bid made by. the
Brouwer Company covers the ex exterior
terior exterior painting and maintenance
paint work on 63 houses in
Margarita; the painting qf ex exteriors
teriors exteriors and roofs of 10 houses in
Diablo Heights and Balboa; the
exterior painting of 78 houses in
Rainbow City; and several company-Government
office, indus industrial
trial industrial and public buildings.
The Tropical Paint Company
bid also included maintenance
paint work on a number of

Help Wanted

WANTED: Cook with refer references.
ences. references. Familiar with American
food. Cocoli Clubhouse, Cocoli.
C.Z.
WANTED: COOK for commer commercial
cial commercial establishment, male or
female. Answer with reference
to "Interior competent only"
Box 433, Pananu.
Troubadors Star In
Prelude To BHS
Christmas Concert
Free tickets for the Christmas
concert to be presented by the
Balboa High School Music De Department
partment Department on Dec. 18 will be a a-vallable
vallable a-vallable at the Balboa High
School office through Dec. 17
between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The concert will start at 8
p.m., and from 7:30 until 8 a
prelude will be presented by the
Troubador Band and Singers.
These groups will set the mood
for the concert with Christmas
carols sung in the area of the
post office, clubhouse and park parking
ing parking lot.
Members of the Troubador
Band include: Leader Art O' O'-Leary,
Leary, O'-Leary, trumpet; Columbus Cal Calvert,
vert, Calvert, trumpet; Frank Townsent,
horn; Dan Roberts, trombone;
Mike Napier, baritone; Stan
Watts, sousa.
Troubador singers are Leader
Don Rangel, accordian, bass;
Orlando Nunez, bass; Eric Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, bass; Grace Lombana, so soprano;
prano; soprano; Marifrancis Tucker, so soprano;
prano; soprano; Vena Bennett, soprano;
Chris Hearon, tenor; Frank
Bright, tenor; Chuck Denton,
tenor; Nisa Pasamante, alto,
and Sue Mable, alto.
review these decisions in the I
light of subsequent fateful de-
.a. -iW
veiopments in Poland, Hungary
and Yugoslavia.
A widespread debate on the
consequences of de-Stalinization
or the foreign Communist par parties
ties parties and internal Russian econ economic
omic economic problems also is likely.
lniormea sources suggested
there would be a three-point
agenda:
1. intensification of ideolo ideological
gical ideological education along classical
"Marxist-Leninist" lines.
2. Adjustment of the Soviet
Union's economic plan with
stepped-up production of con
sumer gooas.
3. Review of foreign poli policy,
cy, policy, particularly the develop developments
ments developments concerning the M'ddle
East, Hungary and Poland,
and Japan.
The latter point would include
measures to cope with the re-1
sumea com war.
Despite events since the last
sesion in March, the Central
Committee is fully expected to
confirm the entire top leader leadership
ship leadership from first secretary Nikita
Khrushchev on down.
Russians insist that the col collective
lective collective leadership works smooth smoothly
ly smoothly and scoff at foreign reports
alleging a split in the presidium
between hardcore Stalinists and
non-Stalinists.
Company Government indus industrial
trial industrial and office buildings.
According to
tions, buildings
the specifica
scheduled for
exterior paintJtog will, when it Is
suitable, receive a coat of bright
pastel paint, in most cases the
colors to be used will blend or
be similar to those already used
on Panama canal quarters.
The third quarter mainten maintenance
ance maintenance paint work will be carried
out during the coming dry sea
son montns.
Horseshoeing Class
Tauaht Once Again
ITHACA N. Y.-(UP)-Cornell
University's veterinary college
has resumed a course it dropped
more than 30 y e a r s ago as de defunct.
funct. defunct. The course, in farriery horse horseshoeing
shoeing horseshoeing was resumed a couple of
years ago by popular demand. The
growth of thoroughbred and har
ness racing created a need for the
ancient skill. And the college now
trains one-man each semester in
the craft as part of its extension
program.
The course includes study of

the

anatomy of a horse's foot, hoof
trimming, fitting the shoe and
forging it. But U takes years to be become
come become an expert.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION. G. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hat, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
TOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment good location Ave. Peru
38-14. Information Phone 3-0088.
FOR RENT: Apartment, build building
ing building recently built: 2 bedrooms,
all modern conveniences, El
Cangrejo. Eusebio A. Morales
No. 5. $125.00. Phone 3-0579,
Panama.
FOR RENT: Apartment, con concrete
crete concrete house, living-dining room
bedroom, kitchen, yard, park parking
ing parking apace. $50.00. "Urbanixa "Urbanixa-eion
eion "Urbanixa-eion "La Pradera," facing "La
Garantia." furniture faetory,
Sabanrs. Telephone 3-2794.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroo. apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main room has air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar with
stools, dining room, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrace, atorage
room maid'a room with bath,
garage, all screened. For fur
thor, information call 3-0615,
Panama.
FOR RENT:- Furnished Apt.
all conveniences. Inspected,
screened. Via Espana, house
before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furn-lahed
lahed furn-lahed one bedroom basement
apartment. Private reaidanca.
Suitable one child enclosed
garden. 46-47, 48th St.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2
bedrooms, living room; dining
room, bathroom, kitchen,
porch $65.00. Via Porras No. 64
Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment at "El Cangrejo" near
Panama Hotel. Living-dining
room, bathroom, kitchen, hot
water, maid'a room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, loy.ly l.wn. For inform information
ation information ea.ll 3-6796, Panama Ci City.
ty. City. a- ? ,.f,NT:- From J""ry
firat 1957. Modern one bad bad-room
room bad-room apartments in buidling
being constructed. "J" street
9 wuT''0' W0'00- T'Phone
2-2718. Quiano.
FOLD-UP SPARE-Good for
what ails motorists with tire
troubles rests on the conven conventional
tional conventional spore tire in front of
Mrs. Delores Sturgis, of Den Denver,
ver, Denver, Colo. It's a new type, fold fold-up
up fold-up spare which is inflated from
cartridge seen in Mrs Sturgis'
right hand. Weighing but 10
pounds as compared to 25
pounds for a conventional
spare, the new tire is good for
about 1,000 miles of emergency
travel. It's a development of
the Gates Rubber Co.
FOLLOWS CLARE? -James
D.Zellerbach, San Francisco
paper products manufacturer, is
prominently mentioned as suc successor
cessor successor to Dare Boo the Luce,
who resigned as U.S. ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to Italy. He was U.S. for foreign
eign foreign aid director in Italy in 1948
and 1950.

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FOR RENT

Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bad rooms, hot water
fenced. 7th Street, Golf
Heights. Phone 2-2407 or 3-36-41.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished 1
bedroom chalet for married
couple $75.00, 48th Street No.
25-B, Bella Vista. Phone 3-1933.
3-7251.
FOR RENT: Furnished 4 bod bod-room,
room, bod-room, semi-private house.
Largo enclosed garden, espe especially
cially especially for children. Tel. 3-1146.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Lots in El Coco
del Mar in front of ocean. 3 lots
each approximately 500 square
motors or all 3 lots can bo aold
as one lot. Price $4.75 per met-,
or. Write Box 1757, Panama
for appointment or call 3-1566.
Wanted Position
Secretarial position wanted:
Young lady, bilingual, U.S. col college
lege college graduate, 2 years experi experience,
ence, experience, available January It.
Exposition neighborhood pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Advise intorviow date
box 4149, Panama.
Wonted to Buy
WANTED:- Police dog pup.
plea. Call Tom Lindo, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-1641, during office hours.
WANTED TO BUY: 3oT4 bod bod-oom
oom bod-oom house Cangrejo, Campo
Alogro or Golf Heights. Sand
details to "apartado" 4710, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Guaranteed 12 Months
1st Line 100 Level
Site
600 x 16
670 x 15
710 x 15
'760 x 15
800 x 15
820 x 15

Black White Wall She

1750
17.95
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20.95
25.95
26.95
20.50
20.95
21.95
24.95
27.95
28.95

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES mmd Urn
beach home. One mile past Ca
sino. mono Balboa 1866.
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
THING?
You'll enjoy a vacation at the!
SAN JOSE INN
Address; San Josa Inn, San jeedj
Costa Rica.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
tying vacations Santa Cla
Beach. Shrapnel's furnisha
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal
boa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottaae:
Santa Clara. Bos 435. Balboa
Phona Panama 3-1877, Crista
bal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished a n a
ments at Santa Clara Raar
Telephone Smith, Balboa 368
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FORiSALE: Sailboat 15 fe
cantarboard complete w i
sails and all necessary equijj
mant including oars iifeiackel
etc. $175 Phono Graham Crisfl
oai it or too.
Just arrived trailers, hitchel
e-al used trailers, reasonabM
ABERNATHY, Telephone 3-9
Lets go fishing $5.00 par pal
son on 40, ft. bort fully equil
pad, radio and insurance. Othi
boats $35.00 a day and. up. D
ponding on accommodation.
BERNATHY, Panama 3-1

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MAJ. ALVIN E. WEBER (right), Corozal Exchange Office
Caribbean Army and Air Force Exchange Service (Panama
presents new Exchange Group Insurance policies to Miss Vi
leta C. Landry, Albrook AFB Excnange and Felix Ellis, Centr:
Exchange office. It is believed that this is the first exchangi
sponsored group Insurance plan available to resident employe
of any overseas exchange. Recognizing the need for moi
adequate insurance coverage, the Caribbean Army and A
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If Revolt is Begun

PARIS, Dec. 13 (BP) -West
Germany Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Heinrich Von Brentano

told his NATO antes woay
Hungarian style revolt in
Communist east Germany
could touch off World Wr III.

Brentano said Russia has
massed 22 cracjc divisions in
East Germany against such a
threat and said this huge force

is backed up by anomer au io iu
divisions in the satellite coun

tries.

nntmn tnnlr the floor SOOn

after the second session of the

4-day meeting of Norm Atlan

tic Treaty organiruou iuiciSn
ministers began.

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uniilr wa horn 29 vears ago in

Hindenburg, Germany, and was
drafted into the Wehrmacht in
1940. Four years later he was cap
tured by the British on D-Day. He
. than allnwed to ioin a Polish

unit in Great Britain because he
could speak the language. In 1946,
the British drafted him into the
Royal Army as soon as he got his
Polish discharge.
U.S. Citiion Now
With his European military
commitments out of the way,
Unlilr onrl hie wifp mflVPfi to Buf-

f.in N Y., where he remained a

civilian until 1951. In that year
he joined a U.S. Army reserve
unit which went on active duty
for the Korean' War just one ween

later. He Decame an abibicm
citizen in 1952.
"The American Army 'is the
best," Holik said. "In the otherr,
if you are a, private, you only
talk to privates, atl the disci discipline
pline discipline is a lof. stlffer."'
His Dresent military status may

be a permanent one.
"I think I'll slay in this time
he told United Press, "especially

He posed blunt challenge
to the 15-member NATO coun council:
cil: council: What will the alliance de
if a anti-Communist revolu revolution
tion revolution breaks out in East Ger Germany
many Germany simlar to the bloody re

volt in Hungary7 win i
help oppressed East Germans,
or will It sit by and watch the
SovieCBttlon again use its
armed mgt to crush anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist rebels?
Germany sources here said
Brentano hoped to drive home
"as strongly as possible tne
gravity of the situation in ;8t

Germany, wnere
crushed a bloody workers' revolt

three years ago.

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Near-Quiet Restored in Haiti
Following Magloire's Bow-Out
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Dec. 13 (UP) Consti Constitutional
tutional Constitutional rule returned today to Haiti where an unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented display of popular resentment forced Gen. Paul
E. Magloire to resign as provisional chief of state.
Moaimro rpsionwi vesterdav. bowine to the pres-

sure of a nation-wide three-day
against his assumption of
suspended the Constitution

position political leaoers.
The government was turned
over to chief Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Joseph Pierre Louis, in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the constitutional
line of succession since there is
no vice president. Ml political
prisoners were reported released,
Included the chief opposition
Presidential candidate Loul de
joie.
Magloire handed his resig resignation
nation resignation to Army Chief of Staff,
Gen. Antoine tevelt, In the
national palace. Levelt imme-
d'ately announced he would
take orders from Pierre Louis.
The 56-year-old justice ac accepted
cepted accepted the post as interim chief
of state after the Army's pledge
of support. He said he would
turn over the government to the
Winner of next April's presiden presidential
tial presidential elections.
USAF Missilemen
To Start Training
For Ballistic War
WASHINGTON, Dec 18 (UP)
The Air Force next month will
Start training airmen In how to
fire the city-wrecking ballistic
missiles which are destined to
revolutionize air-atomic warfare.
. it probably will be several
years, however, before the air airmen
men airmen will have the actual weap weapon
on weapon In hand.
th air Force announced late
esterday that It will establish a
ralnin base on ine wesi
base on the west coast
for ballistic missile units
Tne
tminlne- center will be locatea
at camp Cooke, Lompoc, calif.,
an inactive Army base which
will be transferred to Air Force
control.
, The Air Force will start occu occupying
pying occupying the base January 1 and
gradually build up to a 3,000-4,-000
man-strength. The contem contemplated
plated contemplated manpower is an Indica Indication
tion Indication that the base will be the
Air Force's principal center for
training the ballistic missile missile-men
men missile-men of the future.
J Weather Or Notj
Thii wtptber report for the 24
houn tnding 8 a.m. today, il pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographie Branch oi the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TIMPIRATRE:
Hi(h 85 87
Low 71 JS
HUMIDITY:
High 96 99
ttw S 87
WIND:
(max mph) .NW12 N22
RAIN (inchta) .04 .17
WATIR TIMP.:
(inner harbor. 81 80
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HIGH LOW
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12:46 p.m
6:59 p.m.
TODAY! .75 .40
1:08, 2:45, 4:35, 6:50, 9:10 p.m
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general strike m protest
dictatorial powers. He had
and arrested numerous op

Magliore gave no clue to his
future Dlans in his speech of re
signation. There were reports he
planned to go Into exile, proba probably
bly probably In France.
Batista Suspends
Army Operations
Against Insurgents
HAVANA, Dec. 13 (UP) -President
Fulgencio Batista an announced
nounced announced today suspension of
further military operations a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the revolutionary forces
in the Niquero area of aouth-eastern-
Cuba.
A communique issued by the
presidential palace said opera operations
tions operations were suspended because
the Cuban armed force? had at attained
tained attained their objective crushing
of the revolt.
La'test army estimates placed
at around 60 the number of reb rebels
els rebels trapped in the Sierra Maesra
mountains in Oriente province.
The revolutionary force "invad "invaded"
ed" "invaded" Cuba 10 days ago but was
almost immediately intercepted
by warplanes and troops.
The government gave the reb rebels
els rebels holed up In the Sierra Maes Maes-tra
tra Maes-tra until noon today to surren
der with "full guarantees" of
their lives. Only five known re revolutionaries
volutionaries revolutionaries had surrendered
before the deadline. However, a
government communique noted
the ruggedness of the region
and said troops were instructed
to maintain present positions
and accept late-comers.
The government
transmitted to the
offer was
rebels by
loudspeaker and
leaflets.
air dropped
FEARFUL EARFUL Gerard
Hoffnung, British cartoonist and
bassoon player, prepares to push
a,note through this sub-contrabass
tuba, at the risk of blasting
bis wife, Anita, to the ceiling.
The six-foot, wheel-mounted
monster is one of the instru instruments
ments instruments used in Hoflnung's Car Cartoon
toon Cartoon Concert in London. The
concert blew off with a "Grand,
Grand Overture" for orchestra,
organ, rifles, three vacuum
cleaners and a a floor polisher.
There'll be
Youthful
Youthful carol singers and
their teachers were busy this
week putting the finishing
touches on a series of Christmas
music programs which will be
held next week in most of the
Canal Zone schools.
With the exception of the pro program
gram program planned for Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clock by the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High School in the
school gymnasium, the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas music program will start
next Tuesday and will continue
through Friday.
Programs planned by the sec secondary
ondary secondary school students are
scheduled as follows: Balboa
High School, Tuesday at 8 p.m.
In the Balboa Theater; Par also
High School, Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. on the school campus: Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School, Thursday at
7:30 in the school auditorium;
and Rainbow City High School,
Friday at 7:30 p.m. In the school
gymnasium.
Pageants, carol slnginr and

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"let th people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincol.

32nd TEAR

Second Marine Shooting of Week Fatal;
Investigations Continuing on 2 Cases

SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 13
(UP) A Marine Corps court of
inquiry scheduled an investiga
tion today into the fatal shoot shooting
ing shooting yesterday of a Marine pris prisoner
oner prisoner who broke from his guards
and filled to halt when order-
The names of the prisoner and
the guards who shot him were
not released Immediately.
Marine Corps officials at the
recruit deDot here scheduled a
court of Inquiry immediately fol
lowing the shooting.
A Marine spokesman said the
prisoner broke away from two
suards while being returned to
the brig after having undergone
a medical examination to deter
mine his fitness for confinement.

Freedom's Charter

W. Germany.
PARIS, Dec 13 (UP) West
Germany today proposea a
"charter of freedom" for eastern
European nations to win Inde Independence
pendence Independence from Soviet rule. The
move had strong U.S. backing.
The German proposal was
made by Foreign Minister Heln Heln-rlch
rlch Heln-rlch Von Brentano at today's
secret NATO council meeting
and won immediate and full
backing by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles.
Dulles urged the council to
write this "declaration of inde independence"
pendence" independence" into the final com
munique OI tne NKIX) meewns
as a solemn resolve of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic community. -'i
The NATO ministers prompx prompx-v
v prompx-v eave the German proposal
their Implicit endorsement by
agreeing to the Dulles sugges suggestion.
tion. suggestion. The NATO ministers also a-
dopted a three-nation proposal
today that would weld the seven-year-old
alliance into a compact
political unit capable of com common
mon common action Inside the outside
NATO's geographical boundar boundaries.
ies. boundaries. The "freedom charter" snouia
call for peace and freedom for
all European nations and all
countries under foreign domlna-
tion and promise everyone a me
in freedom, Brentano sam.
But he warned that ireeaom
for the nations behind the Iron
Curtain should not be sought by
economic, political, or military
pressure or force. The pressure
should be moral, he said, reflect
ing a point made earlier this
week by Dulles.
Brentano told the 15 toreign
ministers not to give into spec specular
ular specular and possibly risk actions
with regard to eastern Europe
because they might well cause a
chain reaction by the Kremlin
and its still-powerful Stalinist
guard.
Brentano, representing a coun
try whose eastern
der Soviet contK
nortion is
un-
der Soviet control, urged the
NATO powers to come out with

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Christmas Music in Canal Zone Air;
Carol Singers Prep for Holiday Airs

Christmas music programs will
feature the holiday celebrations
planned by the pupils in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone elementary schools.
The programs will be staged
during school hours and will be
mainly for parents and Interest Interested
ed Interested friends.
Four of the elementary schools
have scheduled their programs
for Tuesday. They are: Diablo,
Cocoli. Fort Kobbe and North
Margarita Elementary Schools.
Programs at these schools are
to be held as follows: Diablo.
10:30 a.m. In the Diablo School
gymnasium; Cocoli. at 10:45 a.m.
in the Cocoli gymnasium; Fort
Kobbe at 1:45 p.m. In the audi auditorium;
torium; auditorium; and North Margarita at
9 a.m. under the school build building.
ing. building. On Wednesday, Christmas
music will be sung at Ancon.
South Margarita. Balboa, and
Cristobal elementary schools and
the Margarita kindergarten at
the foflowtng hours: Ancon at

INDEPENDENT

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PANAMA, It. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1958

The spokesman said the pris prisoner
oner prisoner ignored repeated warnings
"to halt" and the guard took aim
and fined, fellintt the victim
with a single shot. The prisoner
died instantly.
Marine officials wouldn't dis disclose,
close, disclose, the nature of the prison prisoner's
er's prisoner's offense or how long he had
been confined to the brig. They
said the prisoner had been caus causing
ing causing "serious trouble" in the brig
and the medical examination
was ordered.
Public Information Officer,
1st Lt. John Avignone, said it
is a standard operating proce procedure
dure procedure to have two guards ac accompany
company accompany a prisoner to keev
medical and dental appoint appointments
ments appointments on the post. He said the
Proposed for

With U.S. Backing, Presents It

a strong resolution demanding
Independence for the eastern
European nations.
The west German declaration
of principles included these five
basic points:
1. All Deace-Jovmsr peoples
shall support the rights of the
eastern European nations to
self-determination and self self-government
government self-government in full freedom
2. The noliticai order in tne
countries of eastern Europe shall
be based on national indepen independence,
dence, independence, sovereignty and the bar

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LESS WORK FOR BETTER LIVING The average U. S.
production worker in manufacturing doesn't have to work as
long as he did Bve years ago to buy most of the key consumer
items illustrated on Newschart above. It shows goods and
services in terms of hours of labor. Of the 18 items, only two
bread and gasoline require the same amount of worktime
they did in 1951. And haircuts and potatoes are the only ones
showing an increase over the five-year period. To buy a 10 10-pound
pound 10-pound sack of potatoes in 1951, a man had to work 19 minutes.
Now he must work 28 minutes 36 per cent longer. Data from
National Industrial Conference Board.

2:30 p.m. in the playground area
behind the school; South Mar
garita at 10 a.m. in the school
patio; Balboa at 8:30 a.m. in the
school patio: and Cristobal at 10
a.m. in the school hallway. Mar Margarita
garita Margarita kindergarten pupils will
hold two programs, one at 10
a.m. and the other at 2 p.m. in
the kindergarten room.
Gatun and Pedro Miguel ele elementary
mentary elementary schools will present
their programs Thursday morn morning,
ing, morning, with the Gatun school pro program
gram program scheduled for 10 a.m. on
the school patio or lawn depend depending
ing depending on the weather. The Pedro
Miguel program will be held at
9:15 a.m. In the patio of the
school.
The students of the Gamboa
Elementary School will hold the
final Christmas Friday morning
at 10:30 in the Gamboa Civic
Center with all pupils, from kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten to sixth grade, taking
part.
Christmas c&roi

DAILY NEWSPAPER

guards carry loaded rifles and
have instructions to shoot if a
prisoner breaks away and re refuses
fuses refuses repeated warnings to
halt.
Avignone said the prisoner re refused
fused refused to obey orders of his two
guards as they left the medical
examiner's office. He said one of
the guards called for help as the
prisoner broke out running and
the other guard fired the fatal
shot.
At Camp Lejeune, N.C., Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps officials also were
investigating the wounding of
two Marines by a sentry there
Sunday night.
Cpl. Melvin G. Howard. Mus Muskegon,
kegon, Muskegon, Mich., was wounded in
the neck by four fragments t a
E. Europe
ring of imperialistic subjugation
of small nations.
3. All nations of eastern Eu Europe
rope Europe shall have the right to
decide for themselves :n full
freedom the social order in
their territories.
4. The Internal development of
the countries of eastern Europe
shall not be Influenced by mili military,
tary, military, force or threats or by eco economic
nomic economic and political pressure.
5. The human rights of the
countries of eastern Europe shall
be Inviolable.
are scheduled for the Latin
American elementary schools
as follows: La Boca, all grades
on Wednesday 19th at 1:30
p.m. in school basement: Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso Elementary and Junior
High, primary grades at 10:15
a.m., Wednesday 19th in gym gymnasium.
nasium. gymnasium. Intermediate grades
at 1:30 p.m., same day, same
place. Junior High at 7:30 p.m.
on Friday 21st in gymnasium;
Santa Cruz, all grades on
Thursday 20th at 1:30 p.m. in
school corridor; Rainbow City
Elementary, primary grades
on Tuesday 18th at 1:30 p.m.
in school basement. Interme Intermediate
diate Intermediate grades on Tuesday ltth
at 1:30 p.m. in school base basement.
ment. basement. Intermediate grades on
Thursday 20th at 1:30 p.m. in
school basement; Chagres, all
grades at 10 a.m. on Friday
21st at the school
The general public is Invited
to attend the above

FITS CENT!

bullet fired by the sentry. The
second man. Pfc. John P.. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, Gainesville, Ga., was re released
leased released from the hospital yester yesterday
day yesterday after treatment for a leg
wound.
The sentry, whose name was
not revealed, claimed he caught
the two men tampering with a
parked car and fired when they
ran away. A bullet' hit the rim
of a spare tire and fragments
wounded the two fleeing Ma Marines.
rines. Marines. Little League
Boys 14, Girls 10
Ten girls, including a set of
twins, and 14 boys were born at
Gorgas Hospital during the week
endimr at midnight Monday, ac
cording to the regular hospital
report. The twin gins were porn
December 4 to Mr. and Mrs. H.
H, McLean, of Panama City.
During the same period, 188
patients were admitted and 186
were dischargee-.
The names and addresses of
the parents of the girl babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. J. Watson,
of La Boca; Mr. and Mrs. E. G
Wilson, of paraisp; Capt. and
Mrs. R. J. Salz, of Aibrook; Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Nemard, of
Panama City; Capt. and Mrs. C
Llcha. of Fort Kobbe; and Mr
and Mrs. J. R. Arnet, of Pana
ma City; Mr. and Mrs. E. Moll-
no, of Panama City; and Cpt
and Mrs. David Lftowsky, of
Fort Kobbe.
Boys were born to the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Scales,
oi paraiso; Mr. ana Mrs. p. e.
Jarvls, of Panama city; Mr. and
Mrs. s. A. Neblett, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs, G. Danzlne,
of Paraiso; S-Sgt. and Mrs. L.
Centifanto, of Cocoli; Capt. and
Mrs. W. B. Peel, of Albrook; Mr.
and Mrs. D. I Harrison, of Cu-
rundu; S-Sgt. and Mrs. B. R.
Maham, of Pedro Miguel; M-
Sgt. and Mrs. R. J. Amato, of
Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pin Pin-nock,
nock, Pin-nock, of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
R. R. Fedalfl, of Locona; Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Gray, of Pana
ma; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gary, of
Diablo; and S-Sgt. and Mrs. R.
R. Barrera, of Quarry Heights.
6,500 General Motor
Workers Threalenlno
To Remain on Strike
PONTIAC, Mich., Dec. IS
(UP) Company and union of
ficials we scheduled to meet
today (to renew efforts to end a
labor dispute which has idled 8,-
500 General Motors Corp. work workers.
ers. workers. -.
The negotiators met for seven
hours yesterday but failed to
settle a strike by Fisher Body
Division workers. Some 4,300
Fisher workers struck Tuesday
to protest alleged speedups.
AND ANOTHER, MARC1A
Marcia Valibus, who's this
year's "Miss Miami Beach," has
a bushel basketful of newspa newspaper
per newspaper clippings to attest to her ;
photogenic qualities. You guess j
where picture was taken

Pay $50,006 Plus Pitcher
For 36-Year-Old Veteran

NEW YORK, Dee. 13 (UP) Jackie Robinson, one of th
greatest heroes in Brooklyn Dodgers history, was traded to
the New York Giants today for pitcher Dick Littlefield and
an undisclosed sum fer cash estimated at $50,000.

Giant manager Bill Rlgney
said the greying 36-year-old
Robinson will play first base for
the Giants next season.
A Giants sDokesman revealed
that president Horace Stoneham
of the Giants ana Walter O'Mal-
ley of the Dodgers "closed the
deal" at the recent major league
meeting in Chicago but the an announcement
nouncement announcement was withheld be because
cause because the executives wanted to
reveal the news to the players
first.
Robinson, first of his race to
play major league baseball, thus
will bring his fiery talents to
the team against which he bat battled
tled battled hardest during his specta spectacular
cular spectacular career, a star performer
for the Dodgers since 1947, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson carried on a constant feud
with-former Giant manager Leo
Durocher and always seemed to
play his best against the Giants.
"We always regarded Robin Robinson
son Robinson as the 'heart' of the Dodg Dodgers,"
ers," Dodgers," the Giant spokesman
said. "We're delighted te have
him."
Robinson played In 117 games
for the Dodgers last season and
compiled a .275 batting average.
His value was somewhat decep
tive wnen juaged by those fig
ures, however, because he had
only 357 official at bats, collect
ed just 10 home runs and drove
in only 43 runs.
Robinson, a brilliant all all-around
around all-around athlete at U.C.L.A., broke
the majors' "unwritten color
line" with the Dodgers in 1947.
He was named rookie of the year
that season and reached the
peak of his career in 1949 when
he led the league in batting with
a .342 mark and also was named
US 'White Collar'
Workers Ripening
For Unionization
WASHINGTON. Dee. 13 (UP1
.... w ".v.. m
wiiue conai winners are las-
ging behind their "blue collar"
brothers economically and ripening
ior union organization.
aianiey ri. nuuenDerg, Arx.-ciu,
ic3c..ii uiiciuu, (jicumeu ai mc
opening session of a two-day cob
ference on "the problems of the
white collar workers" that even eventually
tually eventually they will be "the largest
single organized group of workers
in America."
He told delegates from 72 in
dustrial unions that white collar
workers represent more than one
of every three wage and salary
workers and total perhaps 18 mil million
lion million persons. He said they are the
fastest growing portion of the labor
force and are made up mostly of
clerical, sales and professional em employes.
ployes. employes. But, he said, the economic super superiority
iority superiority of the white collar worker
is a dying myth.
."During years past, the teller at
the local bank was often consider
ed a person to whom the manual
worker paid deference, he said.
But he said the average bank
teller today earns less than the
average factorv worker. He said
the average factory production
worker earns 82 a week white the
average wage in the retail trade
is S61 nd m eeherarmerchanw,
ing and department stores less
than J45 a week.

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ZDAVID BRIi
JAMES ARNESS
i

the circuit's most valuable play-

er.
DAhinenn nlauftW 1m tit nA
ocuca wini mc uuugcFs ana UN
participated in six All-Star
games against the American
League. He has a lifetime bat
ting average of well over .300
and topped that figure for stat
straight seasons, 1949 to 1954 in
clusive.
Robinson's play fell off bad badly
ly badly in 1955 when he hit only
.256 in 105 games, and the
Dodgers obtained Ransom
Jackson from the Chicago
Cobs with the idea that he
would take over the veteran
Negro star's job. But Robinson
responded to the challenge by
playing tremendous early sea season
son season ball as he outdid Jackson.
Robinson was a potent factor
as the Dodgers battled the
front-running Milwaukee Braves
down tne homestretch this sea
son, once again demonstrating
a magnificent determination to
win.
In the World Series, he ena
bled the Dodgers to send the an
nual cias&ic into seven games
when he blasted a single to
drive in the winning run from
second base in the 10th inning
of the sixth game that gave
Brooklyn a 1-0 victory over the
x ansees.
New Military Budget
Battle Seen Coming;
Services May Gain
MUlNTliUMEKY, Ala., Feb. 13 -(UP)
Sen. Dennis Chavez (D-N..
M.) said today it looks as though
another fight is shaping up between
Congress and the administration ov over
er over the size of the military budget.
He predicted that Congress would
want to vote more money for the
armea torces.
Chavez, chairman of the Senate
Annrnnristmnc 6i,tjinm.l41u Uik
mc Armea services, said io a
JDPPch nrpnarert fnr tho r maw
r.niw 1, iwvmr. ai" r"D.
i iudErpNsinnai puts m innrnnri 9.
tinns tnr th armorf nrnt ,l
I most negligible when comnarerf
with the reductions made by the
executive branch."
He also cited ; recent esses In
wmcn uongresj has voted more
recommended for specific military
Items.
Ana now in this coming year
shaping up," he said.
CussiiV Cap'n
Faces Fine,
Maybe Jail
TiMvi wi tw 1 mr
day was the first victim of a gov government
ernment government crackdown against the use
oi onseene language over raaio-
telephones at sea.
ljudolph Turner, 3U faces up to
two years m jail or a $10,000 fine
after being arrested yesterday on
a federal charge of using obscene
language over a radio telephone
while in the Gull of Mexico.
Asst. U. S. D"tnct Attorney Ro
bert Nunez said Turner's arrest
marked the beginning of the crackdown.

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