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"It tJW people know the truth and the country is safe' ibraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. p., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1956
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REFUGEES ARRIVE IN U.S. An unidentified sailorf greets
two Hungarian refugee children after their arrival at McGuire
Air Force Base, N.J. Four planes, carrying 199 Hungarians,
landed at McGuire field to open the massive airlift which will
bring 9,500 refugees to the United States before, the end of the
year. Another 5,500 will be brought by ship.
GIs, Isthmians Can Give
For Hungarian Refugees
The American National Red
Cross has launched a $5,000,000
emergency appeal for Hungarian
The Red Cross action was nec nec-tesBary
tesBary nec-tesBary to meet the overwhelming
Kd for emergency relief in
Ktgary and among the refu refu-5
5 refu-5 who have fled their home homeland.
land. homeland. MThese needs include funds
for a huge International Red,
Cross Committee feeding av av-eration
eration av-eration in Hungary which ioiU
mproviding daily meals to
200,000 persons by January:
food, clothing, shelter, and
tiBWMical care omr a long v-
rivinto irt?-thl Vm'ed States
approved the, recommendation
M the tlnitedVFOnd Council to
donate $500 from the general
welre fund for this mirpoe.
The Canal 7,ne Red Crow
chanters on both the Atlantic
and Pacific tides, are accenting
The Embassador of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain to Panama. Tan Leslie Hen Hen-pwson,
pwson, Hen-pwson, has a'"! issued a call and
wi'i accent HfR
ynv seTVicmen desiring to
maVf a contribution for tM
pnrnose mnv do so In a fwif'c1
envelone contnU" tt don don-tion.
tion. don-tion. the individual's name, or
m j sum sum siim msisisish ish
Budapest Radio Admits Uptempo
In Rebel-Soviet Army Fighting
VIENNA. Dec. 14 (UP) Com
munist-controlled Budapest ra
dio todav reported new anti-So
viet riots and a major armed
clash between Hungarian pa
triots and Soviet troops in East Eastern
ern Eastern Hungary.
A broadcast said the battle
took place yesterday at Miskolc,
capital of Borsod province. It
Over 61 Home Loans
Program Coming Up
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP)
The veterans administration
moved today to keep the raising
of Federal Housing Administra Administration
tion Administration interest rates from hurting
the GI home mortgage program.
The VA notified lenders that
they may commit themselves to
lend future funds without spe specifying
cifying specifying the rate of iriterest un until
til until the loan is closed if the bor borrowing
rowing borrowing veteran agrees.
The VA pointed out that the
maximum GI loan interest is
fixed at 4y2 per cent and can cannot
not cannot be banged except by Con Congress.
gress. Congress. The FHA recently raised
the rates on mortgages it insures
form 41$ to five per cent.
The move, VA. officials said, lsihattle. returned to her mother in
designed to "keep lenders In'
tne VA program ana prevent
them from moving over entirely
into the FHA program where
they can earn morj money
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP)
Five subway workers serenaded! The custody cat came to lieht
rush hour crowds with Christ-.last Oct. 3 when the child's Rus Rus-mas
mas Rus-mas carols Wednesday in a burst siar father, Alexis Chwastov with
un.t j j
m uuuci81Uuuu Bcaaunni spiru.
liner omi tti m A ; e-t I
-Central Statmn "ph ir h, nne
SiS? K Lni
good lights and clean trains I
not this kind of baloney.1
' HI f mtfffllgWHlli
ganization, and the amount of
the contribution on the inside
flap of the envelope.
The envelope mav be turned
over to any chaplain of U8AR-
t'AKiB, who will, in turn, tor tor-ward
ward tor-ward the envelope to the U3AR U3AR-CARIB
CARIB U3AR-CARIB Chaplain for transmittal
to the American Red Cross rep representative
resentative representative at CINCARIB, toge together
ther together with the $500 check.
Contributions will be received
during the porioa Dec. 17 to 21.
Personnel cTeflirms to contri contribute
bute contribute directly to the Red Cross
may do 50 through Red Cross
field directors- at, each post.
RED GROSS APPEAL
for HUNGARIAN RELIEF
erupted when Red army troops
moved in to break up anti -Soviet
demonstrations. Casualties were
It was a rare admission by the
Janos Kadar puppet regime of
bitter fighting i the provinces.
A later broadcast said anti anti-Soviet
Soviet anti-Soviet riot! flared Mondav nd
Tuesday in' the city of Eer, be between
tween between Miskolc and Budapest.
"Counter revolutionary ele elements'Red
ments'Red elements'Red terminology for
the partisans attacked the pro provincial
vincial provincial government building and
caused serious damage with
The Eger rioters distributed
anti-Soviet and anti-Communist
leaflets, the broadcast said.
Radio Budapest listed a num number
ber number of persons arrested in vari
ous parts of Huneary for dis
tributing anti-Communist leaf leaflets
lets leaflets or possession of arms. The
latter offense under the mar
tial law decree imposed this
week IS punishable by death.
LONDON, Dec. 14 (UP)-A Brit
ish judge yesterday ordered American-born
Tanya Chwastov, the
pawn in an international custorv
The ruling by Justice Sir Henry
Wynn Parry in the chancery divis-
ion of High Court ended the tue-of
war over whether the girl' should
be sent back to the United States
or taken to Russia by her father.
tne rreip 01 Kussian ofnoials eva''
, ;wr." ct.
v '""n :"m' a,,tnor 'ie 1
AL .fc "EL
Her mother m
m, flew here to seek custody of i
Poliomyelitis vaccine injec injections
tions injections will be available effective
Dec. 17 to all adults over 20
years of age. who are eligible for
medical care at Canal Zone
medical facilities, it has been
announced by the Canal Zone
The inoculations may be ob obtained
tained obtained during regular office
hours at the out-patient clinics
or Gorgas and Coco Solo Hospi Hospitals
tals Hospitals or at any of the first-aid
stations located in the various
Canal Zone communities.
The administration of the no
liomyelitis vaccine to adults is
separate from the free immunl
zation program sponsored by
the Poliomyelitis Vaccination
Assistance Act of 1955.
This program of free vaccina
tion for eligible individuals un
der 20 years of age and for ex
pectant mothers, has been in ef
feet in the Canal Zone for the
past year and one-half.
Cnarges ranging from 50 cents
to $2 will be made for each no-
o vaccine Injection given elie
'Ml OH lilt AVA f Via rr n A
ars. The payment for the vac vac-c'nations
c'nations vac-c'nations is to be made in cash
at the hospital or first-aid sta
tion at the time of the inocula
Coll is Added
To the Auction:
Get There Early
One Colt automatic pistol has
been added to the Dile of lost.
property going un for auction at
At 9 a.m. policeman F. f
southerland will bang his anc
tioneer's gavel and ask:
"What am I offeredT"
There'll be no pegged or re
served prices when the lot of
several Hundred items iroes nn
No bid will be too small for
auctioneer Southerland to recog
The object of the sale Is not
to maKe money. It's just to satis satisfy
fy satisfy the legal requirements of the
canal zone Code as to the dis
posal of lost property.
Fond parents who feel the belt
tightening this year have a
cnance at about If) bicycles
many quite usable, a few in good
There's a scooter some kid
would like, jewelry, watches, a
Kodak, c'othlng to fit almost
evprvbody and even a few groc groceries.
eries. groceries. The sale will take dIpc In the
"o"ce training center at the sta
.Anyone at the station will di
rect protective bidders to the
' 5-1 U
Stay With U.S. Mother, Court Rules;
- of War Ended Under British Bylaws
the child after a British court nr.
der prevented Chwastov from tak
ing ner to Russia aboard a Soviet
Wynn-Parry ruled after a three.
day hearing that according to
British law Chwastov has no right
10 ine cnim Decause sht was born
out of wedlock. Mrs. Dieczok met
Chwastov m 1952 when she arrived
in the United States as a dis
placed person from Russia. She
later married her present hus husband.
band. husband. Soviet Envoy Ousted'
i ti rtl 1 m uit
nuer vnwagtov Ilea W1M Me
the Church World Service of
beeir forced to return to the Soviet
Jubilant Haitians Dance
MAGLOIRE FLIES TO JAMAICAN EXILE
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Dec. 14 UP).- Termer Haitian
President Paul E. Maglolre flew into fxile last nlfht and his
departure touched off jubilant demonstrations throughout this
Maglolre's departure signaled a complete victory for the
people over military dictatorship.
Haitians danced in the street and ripped down posters pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming "Long live Magloire."
Magloire bowed toe press pressure
ure pressure of a nationwide general
strike Wednesday aid stepped
down as chief of state, a post he
assumed Immediately after re resigning
signing resigning as president.
But Haitians were net satis satisfied
fied satisfied and yesterday he surren surrendered
dered surrendered control of the armed forc forces
es forces by resigning as commander-in-chief.
Tension ran high from the
time Magloire's decision to go
into exile became known and
his actual departure some
hours later, Author ties frank frankly
ly frankly feared an attempt on Ma Magloire's
gloire's Magloire's life.
A heavy guard protected Ma Magloire
gloire Magloire when he left the Dessa Dessa-lines
lines Dessa-lines army barracks, where he
took refuge after resigning as
president, for. the airhort. A
military transport waited with
Its engines running.
A strong patrol of armed
troops dispersed crowds; waiting
at the airport and set up road
blocks on all Incoming roads.
A crowa 01 nearly 10,000 had
massed at the airport to see Ma Magloire
gloire Magloire leave.
Mallofre S?Jifiy WfC
lowers boarded th e transport!
At 6:47 p.m., it took off for
Jamaica in the British West
It was Mot immediately
known whether he intended
to take up residence in Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica or continue on to some oth other
er other country.
Magloire's departure is by-
pected to bring an end to the
four-day general strike which
had paralyzed all normal activi activities
ties activities on the island.
RP Bill Requires
Tax Receipt Proof
For '57 Car Plales
President Ernesto it la r.mr.
dia yesterday tightened Panama's
tax collecting system when he
signed into law a bill which re requires
quires requires presentation of income t
recepts when buying 1957 license
piates tor privately owned auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. At the same time, the President
announced that the deadline for
issuance of plates had been push pushed
ed pushed forward until Jan. 15, 1957. In Instructions
structions Instructions to that effect have
oeen issued to mumci p a 1 1 1 i e s
mrougnout the Republic.
To accommodate the anticinat-
ed rush for the tax recepts call called
ed called "paz y salvo" the issuing of offices
fices offices in the Ministry of Finance
and the tax collecting office for
Panamanians Working in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone will be open until 5:00 p.
in. uany until Jan. 1.
Until the signing of the new law
the "paz y Salvo" was required
of all persons leaving the coun country.
try. country. Now, however, the certificate
must be Dresented to collect bills
from the gpvernnent, to claim
goods from customs, to register
deeds and other public documents,
and to enter into contracts with
any government agency.
Union by threats to harm relatives
still living in Russia.
Konstantin P. Ekimov, second
secretary of the Soviet delegation
to the nited Nations, was ac accused
cused accused by Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.,
chief U.S. delegate, of helping to
smuggle the girl out of the coun country.
try. country. Ekimov left the U.S. Nov. 28
after the U.S. government de declared
clared declared him unwelcome.
The Senate Internal Security
subcommittee held hearings into
the departure of the Chwastovs
which, testimony indicated, was in
the nature of a "kidnaping."
In Soviet Embassy
unwasiov ana ms daughter have
been living in the Russian em-
bassy here since Tanya was de
..... . 1
tiarra a wara oi me Briton court,
x tan uvv neio naving consia-i
s Hiring Policy
The strike was a popular dem demonstration
onstration demonstration against Magloire's
Magloire suspended all consti constitutional
tutional constitutional rights and arrested op opposition
position opposition political leaders after
pulling what amounted to a
bloodless coup Dec. 6.
He resigned as president that
day at the completion of the
constitutional six year term but
immediately regained power aa
chief of state with the support
of the army.
The army now has pledged
support to chief justice of the
supreme court, Joseph Pierre
Louis, who assumed power as
provisional president in compli compliance
ance compliance with the constitution when
Magllore finally bowed out.
Magloire's last day in power
was marked by bloodshed. Two
army officers and one soldier
were killed and six soldiers
wounded in one incident.
One soldier was shot and kill killed
ed killed during a skirmish with a
crowd moving on the city prison
to release political prisoners.
A military nosse was ambush
ermont to arrest him in con
nection with the shooting.
Ctermont, a decorated sharp sharpshooter,
shooter, sharpshooter, and n's relatives al allegedly
legedly allegedly shot and killed the
two of flows and wounded six
soldiers. The Clermont home
was burned to the ground. It
was not ktaown whether Cler Clermont
mont Clermont and the others escaped.
Pierre Louis promised full po political
litical political freedom and said he
would set up a coalition provi provisional
sional provisional government to assure fair
presidential elections next April.
Among Pierre Louis' first offi official
cial official actions was the release of
all political prisoners and lift lifting
ing lifting of press censorship.
Labor Union to Vole
On Officers Sunday;
There'll be Changes
Members of the Central Labor
Union will nominate and elect
officers for the coming year at
a meeting scheduled for 8:30 a.
m. Sunday in the Balboa Heights
Some changes are certain
among the officers to be chos chosen
en chosen for the 1,000-employe body
composed of a number of in individual
dividual individual unions.
Walter Wagner, presently
secretary of the CLU, and a
longtime past president, has an announced
nounced announced he will not be a candi candidate
date candidate for reelection.
Howard E. Munro, who as leg legislative
islative legislative representative has put
tne CLU's views before Wash
ington solons, has also said
will not be available again.
Curtis L. Coate, wage board
member, will not replace him himself.
self. himself. It has been rumored that one
or more other officers may not
run in Sunday's elections.
erabie sympathy with the father
Decause it was made quite clear iem ,s pan ot a Defense Depart Depart-that
that Depart-that he is extremely fond of the ment m.ove to put ; he military's
enna, wynn-Farry said.
The judge orderer" that Mrs.
Dieczok be permitted to return
with the child to the United States
and that when she "reaches that
country she (Tanya) is to cease to
be a ward of this court."
Wynn-Parry imp'ied that there
may be reprisal attempts by So Soviet
viet Soviet officials because of the rul ruling.
ing. ruling. "If I allow the Infant to go back
to America and if there has been
any intention to intervene in re regard
gard regard to anv mpmhpr nf this dm
ny, 1 am happy to know I am
sending the infant to a country
where that protection without
" --- -----
doubt would be furnuhod," he
75 Young Hoo
Held by Police
In Crime Fight
Purse-snatchlngs and thefts
from automobiles are hitting a
seasonal high in Panama City,
to judge from the rash of re re-ports
ports re-ports reaching the press.
Panama National Gnards Gnards-men
men Gnards-men and detectives of the Se Secret
cret Secret Police have rounded up 75
hoodlums and some have been
convicted of offenses.
Mayor Jose Cajar Escala of
Panama has launched a cam campaign
paign campaign to stop the robberies.
Earlier this week, col. Bolivar
Vallarlno, commandant of the
National Guard, called a special
meeting of officials from various
city districts and barrios to
combat the wave of thefts.
Two newspaperwomen have
been among the robbery vic victims.
tims. victims. '" ;
Substantiated cases include
Last Friday, on H Street, be between
tween between Darien Street and fh nf
jury Avenue, a sno
stolen from a ne
1 ftnW l-l... .......
, it was a
bg from Chlrlqui. She thought
it was removed hv nriin nn
a rear window and inserting'
stick, perhaps with a hook on
the end By this means the bag
wa pulled out through a nar narrow
row narrow opening, it contained a
copper-and-brass buckle, value
$1.90, and a child's book about
Panama, value i, Both were
Christmas presents for mailing
to the States.
Another newsnanpru;nman int
her portable typewriter. Her
lui-nca car was broken into at 11
a.m. on Deme'trio Brid street
n rourisi crewman off the
yacht Vankee had his travelers
A A i" 1
cuccks sioien from his hip pock pocket
et pocket when the "round the world"
cruiser spent two days 'here.
The purse of another tourist
was snatched from her hand
by a boy on Darien Street as
wa,kfd ,ro her hotel
after dusk to get dinner n
Sh Mt F out outcry,
cry, outcry, other boys on the street
janged up on the thief; took
the purse away from him and
handed it back to the lady.
an stopped her car on National
Avenue just beyond Tivoli
p.m. while she leaned from the
car to converse nrttv. o f.i.H j
her purse disappeared from the
seat beside her. It contained
money and documents she val valued.
ued. valued. Army Will Pick
- .ir r Li uiiiiiniu irisnuwt inv.i mn
lTabs for GIs Under New Rule
WASHINGTON IW ia no
The Defense Department is estab establishing
lishing establishing a new pay-as-you-go sys system
tem system for travel aboard military
air transports. Just about every everyone
one everyone will receive a bill except jun junketing
keting junketing Congressmen.
The Congressmen will continue
to travel free to any spot in the
world with the Air Force picking
up the bill.
And it is doubtful that the Air
Force, will ever disclose the size
01 tne Din.
the new cost accounting sys-
global airlift operations on a hsi-
nessiwe basis and eliminate du duplication
plication duplication and waste.
The department announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that an expanded Military
Air Transport Service (MATS), un under
der under control of the Air Force sec secretary,
retary, secretary, wllf be responsible in the
future for all military airlift of
cargo and personnel.
The new airlift agency will use
an "industrial fund" to finance its
Under this system, the users of
the airlift service will pay into a
MATS revolving fund the cost of
the services rendered.
That means that any service,
Including the Air Force, will have
to pay MATS when it moves men
or cargo by ate""""11"
But when it comes to transport
Get First Option
After Jan. 1
Employes in the Canal organization who lose their
jobs in the force reductions to take place during the neicr
few weeks will be given priority consideration for ofy
vacancies occuring after Jan. 1 which they are qualified
TJ following notice on this subject has been issued
by E, A. Doolan, personnel director, to all employing units
of the Canal organization:
"Effective Jan. 1, 1957, selections for all employ employments
ments employments for filling of locality rate oositions mav h mnA
only after consideration of names from reemployment
priority lists maintained in this office.
The lists will be comprised of all local-rate person
nel who have received reductions in force and who have
been recommended by their supervisors for
"If no qualified.
ersons can be
j, be us-
de after Jan
1, 1957, in the regular manner.
"BPthje werim jeriod, and ef-
iecuve upon receipt ot tnis memo memorandum,
randum, memorandum, formal transfers and re-
assignments of locality rate em
ployes will be suspended in catego
ries or occupations in which Re
duction-In-Fqrce or Reassignment
nonces have been issued as a re
suit of the Treaty reductions in the
Commissary and Service Center
"In case of any doubt as to eli eligibility
gibility eligibility of any employe for promo promotion
tion promotion or transfer, please check with
our Employment and Utilization
Division, telephone 2-2143, for
To Free Jop POWs
MOSCOW, Dec. 14 (UPWRus
sis announced today it will free
all Japanese prisoners of war
from Soviet prison camps and
send them home.
A decree of the Presidium of
the Supreme Soviet (Parliament)
explained the Japanese were be being
ing being released under terms of. the
peace agreement with Japaa and
also "for humane reasons."
The decree appeared to be Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's response to a plea from Ja
panese Premier Ichiro Hatoyama
that immediate steps be taken to
facilitate repatriation of Pnw
uy me ena ot tne year.
Up all MATS
ing congressmen and government
onicials, the Defense Deoartm
wllf follow a little different ac-
Earl B. Smith, director of tran transportation
sportation transportation in the Defense Depart Department,
ment, Department, explained to a news con-
k rfU.hat.a reCOTd wil1 kept
by MATS of the cost of congres congressional
sional congressional travel..
But the Air Force will pay the
bill out of its funds because it is
the Air Force's responsibility to
fly the congressmen wbe r e v e r
they want to go, Smith said.
Negro Singer Gets
Dixie 'Hate1 Notes
LONDON, Dec. 14 (UP) Sing Singer
er Singer Harry Belafonte said today he
has received dozens of "hate,r let letters
ters letters from the Deeo South ho,!..
of a scene in the movie "island
in the Sun" in which h
love to a white woman.
He said he turned the letters
over to the FBI. One of them
said, "Nigger Commie, you have
overstepped the mark. Your time
Join Fontaine has the leading
role in the firm, which Is being
aisigrrmems wrcmn a tm
division may be ma
,JJhis P;ocedur ?l ln accordant
rigKsof emplSwho' ha $ hrr
ami mils'- "P snnntori.' is f i i nmr
Wee and reassignment actions'
Now, Good Drivers,
Too, Gel Plaudits
From Watchful MPs
Many a traffic violator hat
glanced nervously in his rear view
mirror, wondering if the police had
observed his violation, i
But what of the courteous driv driver?
er? driver? What of the driver who al always
ways always obeys all traffic signs and
gives the other man a chance on
Commencing this week! at Fort
Kobbe he will have reason to look
for the poiice-the military police,
that is through his rear view mir-
ror, too, '..
The November meeting ofesSho
post safety council, held in tb of office
fice office of the post commander, direct directed
ed directed the Fort Kobbe provost mar marshal,
shal, marshal, Capt. John L. Smith, td pre present
sent present a plan for "citing outstanding
Included in the olan will hi Mo
dal consideration given to "cUr.
tesy to pedestrians, particitfily
children; observing speed regula regulations;
tions; regulations; and other acts of driver
courtesy," the minutes of too
Military Police patrols have been
directed to constantly observe all
drivers. When one is s.potted,
whose actions on the road coincide
with the principles set forth aboye,
his name will be submitted to
headquarters. The driver will then
be eligible for one of the courtesy
The new plan, effective imme immediately,
diately, immediately, is another in Fort Kobbe's
attempts, as coordinated through
post safety director Roland ArWil ArWil-liams,
liams, ArWil-liams, provost marshal Smiti and
post commander Colonel Fraak D.
Miller, for continued curtailment
Fines Given Three
Speeding 55 mph in a 40 mile
zone on Gaillard Highway result resulted
ed resulted in a $15 fine in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for Jerry Bart
Eakins; 19, an American soldier.
Backing a vehicle without cau caution
tion caution netted a $10 fine for Manuel
Antonio de la Rosa, 34, Panama-
Ira N. C. Read, 49,. American,
was given a small fine for a stop stop-sign
sign stop-sign violation.
The Usual .$100
For Drunk Driving
Fred Oliver Greenwood. 43. A.
merican, pleaded guiltv in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday to a
charge of driving an automobile
while Intoxicated. He was fined
The offense occurred on Gait
lard Highway at 11:30 p.m. Tuef-
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Tan RaMiaaa.f bwbbmh a leiaaaaiailiry far taraateatt at
a Mtari treat r.i.r.
i The following letter was mailed to an memoers 01 me ranama
1 Jlarlin Ciub board of judges on Dec. 5, l5ej. To date no answers
k have oeen received. I would like the. letter published so that the gen
eral public and all persons interested m uiniug may m uuiuww
as to th scope of this so-called disqualification.
The totar runs pretty high 25 percent of prize money,, the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's Trophy, the Marlin Club trophy, the Virginia Spencer tro trophy
phy trophy and all three Esso trophies. That is a total of 10 prizes that ac ac-tua'llv
tua'llv ac-tua'llv were taken by the Fishing Service Wives. '
For the benefit af the inquirer in the Mall Box I did not collect
the private poo), nor have I heard anything further about it. To
the best of my knowledge no one that was in it took a marlin other
than myself. ,....
Copies of' the following letter were mailed to John Schmidt,
chairman of the board of judges, Robert Adams, Don Spencer, Neil
Doherty and Mr, Ochletree.
Space was provided for the judges' comments on each fish list listed.
ed. listed. .Dear Sirs:
In the Interests of future fishing tournaments and for our
personal information will each of you be kind enough to list
the reasons for disqualification of the following fish. We have
received no official notification as to their being, disqualified.
They just weren't listed among the prize winners.
It is assumed that a violation of one particular rule or rules
was the basis for disqualification of each fish. We hereby re request
quest request that the violation or violations on each fish be noted In
the space allowed and this letter be returned as soon as pos possible
sible possible to Mrs. John D. Andrew Box 109 Ft. Amador C.Z. The
enclosed addressed and stamped envelope is for your conveni convenience.
ence. convenience. By listing individual violations you will help us to avoid sim similar
ilar similar errors 1b the future. To further assist we would
appeciate having a copy or the rules on which you base your
., decisions, since as yet none of us has ever seen any rules oth other
er other than IGFA rules which we observed at all times.
To assist you in identification of each fish we are listing
them not only by kind and size, but also as to the prizes each
was eligible tor.
First prize, largest for tour
14 per cent of prize money
Esso Trophy, first largest a
fish caugm y a worn- ,vmmm
John D. Andrew
"I Can See Your Country Better From Up Here"
By VICTOR RIISIL
"Madison Ave." aave us The
Man in the, Gray Flannel Suit.
And now Missouri, wwen go
us the waltz, the mule and Har Harry
ry Harry Truman, is about to give us
The Man in The Black Velvet
Collar and Homburg. He'll be
half Investment banker and hau
Sensitivities being what they
are, let me rush to explain that
this Is reported In the best of
spirits. James R. Hoffa Is the
man I refer to, and he doesn't
wear a hat or a Cnesterfield coat
yet so the idea may sound
strange to him.
mmm nri1ia Spenr TTophy.
r laroaif flan can am nv a
jil2 lbs. 5th largest for tournament, Mrs. Otto Felrleln
Black Marlin 6 per cent of prize money.
esso rropny ior ma largest
fiah taught by a wom
Tie for 4th place, r
3 per cent of prize, money.
Esso Trophy for 3rd largest
fish caught by a wom woman.
an. woman. sth place in tournament.
2 per cent of prize money.
Mrs. James Eastwood
Mrs. D. Cllnley
Thank you for your cooperation.
Mrs. John D. Andrew,
Fishing Service Wives Representative.
The Most Striking Watch
w w w
Yet Hoffa might as well get
used to the togas f modern
leadership, especially since
some of his lieutenant drop dropped
ped dropped in on a Missouri bank the
other day and deposited a
check for $1,000,000. This came
out of the pension rands of
the Central, Southeast and
Southwest Teamsters and is
one of 12 similar depos'ts Hof-
fa's men are going to make in
banks within a 25-state area.
The On Million Dollar Ac Account
count Account was ODened by Harold J.
Gibbons, president of Teamsters
Z i 1 1 n iH Bl Tinll
joint uouncu u, i si.
Brother Gibbons is a lanky in intellectual
tellectual intellectual Whoa doubles as one of
Hoffa's right hand men, his of official
ficial official title being Secretary Secretary-Treasurer
Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer of the Central Coun Council
cil Council of Teamsters, which James
The money was placed in tne
Mutual Rank and Trust Co. of
Sc. Louis, and if all develops as
It promises, the site should be
presrved for An eventual bronze
plaque where posterity can read
tha tit all began here.
The million dollars will be In Invested
vested Invested by the bank in the St.
Louis area to help build a more
prosperous community and a
stronger union management
pension fund. The money to be
banked in 12 other cities will
also be invested locally. I don't
want to sound so over-enthused,
however, that I forget the role role-the
the role-the management trustees played
in all 'this.
Nor do I want to fail to re report
port report that the millions come
out of employers' payrolls
at the rate of two dollars per
man i weea ior more
200,0 I imstera in the 25
stale lis means some $21, $21,-000,08
000,08 $21,-000,08 i year, or $210,000,0(h
in a rlecade. which 4s just ex-
actly-4e amount of time that
has elapsed sine fne iir"
such welfare and pension fund
However, ..jiou won't lose a two
dollar bet it you wager that
Hoffa and Gibbons and the
Teamos conceived the Idea of
investing in local communities
through local banks.
To pub it in the trustees' own
words, they hop "ch invest investments
ments investments will enhance the compan
iri the various cities having un
ion, members covered by tne
fund, and help to ouuo Deuer
communities. It will diversify
invoatmant, of the fund and thus
afford better protection."
Readers of this column know
well that there Is no great cer
tainty in this corner that all of
the money In the $35,000,000,000
worth of welfare and pension
funds Is adequately protected
The $12,000,000 which the Cen Central
tral Central states Teamsters are plac
ing in 12 banks for investment
bv bankers of repute and expen
ence is. lust a bestinning. But a
a ood bee inn ins.
If thousands of other union
chiefs put hundreds of millions
of dollars Into similar accounts,
it could popularize the fad
started by John L. Lewis of be being
ing being half banker-half labor lead leader,
er, leader, which might be worth chanc chancing,
ing, chancing, at that.
This could well start us on
the way to solving a problem
which the AFL-CIO Ethical
practices Committee must tussle
with when next it gathers in
Washington on Dec. 17. At that
time it will be faced with evi evidence
dence evidence of the mishandling of
millions of dollars In welfare
and pension funds some of
the loot having been lifted in
A Negative Vote
By BOB RUARK
k constituent, obviously af
flicted with offspring, is quoting
some doubledome as saying that
the public school year is six
weeks too short and should be
increased from nine to 10 and a
Our constituent heartily ap
proves of these treasonous state statements,
ments, statements, and suggests we endorse
them as well. We will not only
NOT endorse them, we will decry
It lust goes to, show you can't
trust adults. Give 'em an inch
and the first thing you know
they got you sentenced to 12
months of penal servitude, with
pp time off!jor ood pehavior.
Talk about your creeping social socialism!
ism! socialism! My correspondent Is beefing
that, In addition to U weeks'
free time in summer, the sprouts
get 10 days off for Christmas, a
week for Easter, two days ior
Thanksgiving, and one each for
Was hington's and Lincoln's
birthdays, Election Day, Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Day and Memorial Day.
You'd think this bum had a
clear title to the calendar and
it was hurting him personally to
parcel out a day off from alge algebra.
bra. algebra. We had a six-month-a-year
school system in my neck of the
woods when I was a youngster,
and it seemed too much time in
the cell. Then they started to
gain on us seven months,
then eight, then nine, and if
you weren't careful, they clap
ped you into a six-week sum summer
mer summer school.
This left practically no time
for deviltry, unless you cut class classes
es classes to practice it. Cutting classes
was a deplorable habit, leading
to rorgery, since teacners were
unreasonable about written ex excuses.
cuses. excuses. Sometimes I still absent absent-mindedly
mindedly absent-mindedly use my father's signa
The most important part of
school, I always thought, was
getting out 01 it so that a fellow
could develop his intellect un
hampered by geometry, geogra geography,
phy, geography, English grammar, Latin
and other sub ects designed to
stulUfy.jthe .thought praceaaes.
a enna s mma is a very aen aen-cate
cate aen-cate mechanism and must not
be overstrained in early youth.
It should be let free to caper
and kick up is heels, not broken
Our constituent says that in incarceration
carceration incarceration of the young for
most of the, year would serve as
a strong deterrent to juvenile
delinquency. I think this is sheer
rubish. I learned more bad hab habits
its habits and met more undesirable
characters in school than I ever
did out of It. As a matter of
fact, 1 practiced inhaling in the
boys' room at New Hanover
. In a slightly more serious vein,
I think that a vountr- person's
capacity for knowledge is limit-
chunks of half a million dollars homburgs, too.
at a clip. No one has been pun punished
ished punished yet for all this.
But what matters punishment
after the money has been taken
out of the pockets of men who
toi for their dally bread? mere
is too much here reminiscent of
the prisoner who had just been
acquitted of- charges of huge
thefts ana tnen turned to ine
judge and asked:
"Does this mean 1 nave 10
rive it all back now, your hon honor?"
or?" honor?" The Ethical Practices Com Committee
mittee Committee will have some drafts for
a code of ethics to govern the
handling of the billions in such
funds. But much better would
be the development of a person personal
al personal rode hv the new crop of labor
men In black velvet collars and
ed by time spent in its acquisi acquisition.
tion. acquisition. Overextension of that time
results in absentmindedness, re resentment,
sentment, resentment, and an active rejec rejection
tion rejection of effort to teach him.
No kid learns much for the
first two weeks after the sum summer
mer summer holiday. No kid learns any anything
thing anything for the last three weeks
before summer vacation. His
mind is out of the window.
Childhood is a precious thing.
It is not a business, it is not
supposed to be entirely practi practical,
cal, practical, it is not supposed to be en engineered
gineered engineered according to the pre precept
cept precept that adults know best, be because
cause because a lot of the time adults
don't know best. Just read the
box scores on politics, wars, di divorces,
vorces, divorces, nervous breakdowns,
psychiatric treatment, alcoholism-and
Anything a kid ean't learn in
nine months you aren't likely to
teach him in 10 or 11. Any oth other
er other justification for extended ed education
ucation education is a flimsy excuse to
get the moppet out of the house
and out of your hair.
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WASHINGTON,- NoW that first
reactions to the election are over,
some cautious doubt is being ex expressed
pressed expressed among Democrats as to
whether they should organize the
Senate come January.
What prompts these doubts are:
1. Republican Senators are sure
to cause Ike plenty of trouble, and
Democratic leaders, if they control
the Senate, will get blamed for
part of it.
2. The margin of leadership is
so thin that it couid be changed in
the middle of the year by death,
or from week to week by devia deviation.
tion. deviation. Seldom can the Democrats
control such Senators, as Byrd 01
Virginia, Holland of Florida and
Daniel of Texas on crucial econo economic
mic economic votes.
3. Some Democrats figure that
the chief glory for organizing a
Democratic Senate goes to tneir
Texas leader, Lynlon Johnson,
who did not exert himself for the
Stevenson-Kefauver ticket and ev even
en even failed to carry his home state.
They see no reason for accepting
a lot of political headaches in ord order
er order to further Lyndon's ambition to
become President in 1960.
Some Democrats also figure that
this is going to be a wild and
woolly Congress as far as party
loyalties are concerned.
Ike is barred by the Constitution,
if not by age, from running again.
His popularity will probably re remain
main remain high with the public but not
with the Congress; Republicans
who disagree with his ideology, will
be opposing him on foreign aid, a
school bill, and civil rights, while
the Democrats will have to carry
the legislative ball on these dynamite-laden
THE ANTI-IKE SENATORS
Here is the lineup of anti-Ike
Senators who would be in charge
of important committees if the
Democrats did not organize the
JOE MCCARTHY of Wisconsin
Chairman of the Senate Inves
tigating Committee. It was McCar McCarthy's
thy's McCarthy's battle, with a Republican Republican-led
led Republican-led Army that contributed to the
Democraic sweep in the 1954 con congressional
gressional congressional elections.
GEORGE MALONE of Nevada
Chairman of the Interior Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Eisenhower singled out Ma
lone by name in a press confer conference
ence conference in October as one Senator
who would be against his policies.
JOHN BRICKER of Ohio-Chairman
of the Interstate ami Foreign
Commerce Committee. Rricker has
been bitter ip his opposition to Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower on Foreign policy.
BILL LANGFR of North" Dako Dakota
ta Dakota Chairman of the Judiciary
Committee. Langer votes with the
Democrats about as much as he
does with the Republicans.
WILLIAM JENNER of Indiana
ChairmaiTof the Rules Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, is another of the Senators Ike
mentioned by name as being im impossible
possible impossible for him to work with.
Another factor giving pause to
Democrats is the Administration's
ooiigation to pass some kind of
civil rights bill in order to appease
new pro-Republican Negro voters.
This is an issue on which th
Democrats are split wide open
puouciy. 11 s an issue on which
itepuMicans are also split but
Republican dissension was kept
out of the limelight in the last
Congress because they were not in
All of this is whv some Demo
crats won't be too sorry if either
aenaior Lausche of Ohio votes Re
publican, or Texas elects 'a Rc
publican Senator, or Father Time
swncnes political control to the
BATTLE OVER AIRWAYS
Since President Eisenhower took
office in 1952 he has made it a po policy
licy policy not to reappoint hold-over
Democrats to top government jobs,
chiefly on the advice of the Re Republican
publican Republican National Committee.
As a result, many able Dmo Dmo-crats
crats Dmo-crats nave been forced to retire
from government service. Some
notable examples were ex-Sui.
Josh Lee of Oklahoma, former
mmber of the Civil Aeronautics
Board, and ex-Sen. Jim Mead of
New York, who was eased out as
a Democratic member of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Trade Commission.
Eisenhower will soon have to
make another decision on whether
to reappoint or not to reappoint a
top-ranking Democrat in the Fed Federal
eral Federal service when the six-yar term
of Joseph Adams of Seattle to the
Civil Aeronautics Board expires
Adams has been a strong crus crusader
ader crusader for the little airlines, for the
flying public, and is the man re re-sponsible
sponsible re-sponsible for the institution of
cheaper, air-coach travel, which
most of the big airlines fought
In addition to battling for low lower
er lower fares for airline passengers A A-dams
dams A-dams nas battled for lower air.
mail rates and has been a con con-stant
stant con-stant crusader for civilian avia avia-tior
tior avia-tior In short, he has done an out-
tnJ ?dmgJob CAB member
ndt richly deserves reappoint-
eloHnPdTa,bitterfight has dv.
nation age over his Tenomk
Most of the big airlines, led by
lan American, are furiously op op-posed
posed op-posed to Adams' reappoltilmenl
dai;swssary of comerce Sin"
CnJS A0t!lur hand- Postmaster
?aid tn1faArthuLSummerficW i
trank-and-file of the a
is1h0aShehraCtOr faV?rin Ad
cratic ?p SwUPPrted Dera Dera-wa
wa Dera-wa hinaf Wuarrcn Magnuson 0r
Washington, chairman of the Sen.
ate Interstate Commerce Comm
la't'on handieS aviatl? "S
Actually whether Joe Adams wtfl
be reappointed may j,oil down to
two questions: 1, who is the real
boss at the White House over poli poli-tical
tical poli-tical appointments, the President
r h' tog business aovisers; and
wiiemer me Dig airlines will
wuue 10 aominate the CAB.
HELP FOR HUNGARY I
Though many smaller organfeta-
tions are wonting equally hard,
it s the Red Cross wnich oear oear-ing
ing oear-ing the brunt ol the Hungarian re relief
lief relief operation.
Except for CARE, wnich recent recently
ly recently gdt live! Ve'p.-esenfativcs admit admitted
ted admitted to Hungary to distribute food,
the International Committee oi me
Red Cross is he only group per permitted
mitted permitted to cross the riunganan
border with supplies.
Most shipments go by truck,
with both cargoes and drivers care care-fully
fully care-fully searchea by Communist bor border
der border guards. In addition, the Inter International
national International Committee has been Si Si-lowed
lowed Si-lowed to dispatch a few trains,
plus some barges loades with ur urgently
gently urgently needed coal.
Until Nov. 3. ail relief organiza organizations
tions organizations could send supplies freely
into Hungary ''because the rebeis
were in controlf On Nov. 3, howev however,
er, however, the Russians began tbeir iron iron-fisted
fisted iron-fisted crackdown. They permitted
no shipments until Nov. J2.
On that date the International
Committee of the Red Cross final finally
ly finally received an okay from the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Government to resume re relief
lief relief shipments.
Supplies sent by the American
National Red Cross and other priv private
ate private agencies, both in this country
and elsewhere, are being pooled in
Austria under the auspices of the
League of Red Cross Societies.
The League is a federation of
more than 70 national societies of
the Red Cross, which in some coun
tries is called the Red Crescent,
the Red Lion, or the Red Sun. Its
headquarters are in Geneva.
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Civilians are Ahead
Of Military in Test
At Nazarene Church
The contest between the Ci Civilians
vilians Civilians and the Military got off
to a good start on Dee. 2. The
enthusiasm is rising as both
teams are diligently striving to
win. The Civilians, with team
captain Pedersen, are in the
lead with 174 points to the Mill Mill-t
t Mill-t ary's 122. The captain of the
Military team, SP3 Holte, is de determined
termined determined his team will take the
lead before the contest closes.
The interest of this contest is
Indicated in the fact that there
has been an increase of 23 peo people,
ple, people, over the average weekly at attendance,
tendance, attendance, in the first two Sun Sundays
days Sundays of the seven week drive.
Sunday School Superintendent,
Sf c Thornton, extends a welcome
to all who are interested, to
come and support your team.
Automation Could Cost Jobs,
Force Re-location, Hit Wages
equipment introduced as soon as
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP) possibie But he caHed for advance
AFL-CIO President George Meany nUnniae to meet the problems a-
said today automation may causeirjsmg trom automation,
industries to relocate in different u. j.y worker whose iebt
parts of the country possibly creat
ing "distressed areas.
He asked a House-Senate sub
committee studying automation to
look into the problem.
In a statement prepared for the
subcommittee, Meany said it will
be cheaper in many cases for in
dustries to build new automated
plants in new locations than to re
build old plants to handle new
types of equipment.
He said this poses the critical
question" of whether there will
be sufficient jobs in older estab
lished factory communities.
Meany said organized labor
"welcomes the new advances in
technology" and wants to see new
n Indonesia City
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 14
(UP) Film representatives said
today that the Indonesian govern
ment's censorship committee has
banned American news reels
snowing Hungarians in revolt or
fighting Russian troops and tanks
A spokesman for 20th Century
Fox, distributor of Movietone
News, said the censoring commit committee
tee committee gave no reason for barring
the newsreels in neutralist Indo
Paramount Films of Indonesia,
Inc., said the committee "object
ed to the commentary accompany
ing the news reels on Hungary.'
The government also has cen
sored all western news reels or
the Anglo French attack ir
Eevot and films of refugees flee
ins Huneary or arriving in the
United States, a film represents
Put To The Torch
DETROIT. Dec. 14 (UP) Two
once-proud sidewheelers were put
to the torch Wednesday nigm, ena
ing an era in Great Lakes trans
f As thousands watched from the
hore, the Greater Detroit and the
Eastern States were maneuvered
into position on Lake St. Clair
drenched with gasoline and lg
Huge flames shot up from the
doomed ships, racing hundreds of
are eliminated must be flivwi
priority for mwk-mn new equip equipment
ment equipment and should bo trained at
company expense to develop now
tkills if cossarv.
Meany said automation also will
require adjustments in wage rates
Rocco C. Siciliano, assistant Sec
retary of Labor, told the subcom
mittee that "fragmentary e v i
dence" available so far does not
reveal any large scale layoffs of
workers in plants introducing auto
But. he said, it will require a
"very considerable increase in the
amount and quality of training
and retraining throughout the la
Trip For Isthmians
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
announces a four-day, all ex expense
pense expense tour to Bogota, Colombia,
Dec. 28, 29, 30 and 31. The trip,
which has been planned by the
National Tourist Bureau of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Is $95.
A 45-passenger COPA plane
has been chartered for the ex
cursion which has been sched
uled to depart from Tocumen
Airport, Friday, Dec. 28, for Bo
gota at 6 a.m., arriving at 8:30
a.m. Transportation wil be lur
nlshed to the hotel, where the
group will spend the nights, m
Bogota, four sightseeing trips
have been scheduled:
No. 1 A trip of the new and
No. 2 A trip to Monserrate
via the Furticular Railway.
No. 3 A trip through the La
Sabana plateau to the Zipaquira
Salt Mines, also touring the un un-dergound
dergound un-dergound Salt Church.
No. 4 A trip to the Tequen Tequen-dama
dama Tequen-dama Falls where the Bogota
River splashes down 568 feet.
The return trip to. Panama
will depart from Bogota, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Dec. 31, at 10 a.m. and will
arrive at Tocumen Airport at
For further information and
reservations, contact the USO USO-JWB,
JWB, USO-JWB, Balboa 1072.
There's New 46'er
In Climbing Clan;
Its Little Monica
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. (UP)
Ten-year-old Monica Schaefer
has become a member of a highly
exclusive club the "8'ers."
Monica qualified for the honor
by climbing the 46 highest peaks'
in the Adirondack Mountains, all
above 4,000 feet. She tarted
climbing at the age of five by I
crambling to the tip of Mt.
Marcy, the Adirondacks's highest1
peak at 5,344 feet.
Monica's mother, Mrs. Paul
Schaefer, and her 20-year-old sis-
ter, Mary, also are "46'ers."
national teaching ex- Dad? He trails badly, having
i climbed only m peaxs
Mops For Teaching
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP)
Worcester School Department is
giving one of its janitors a crack
Joseph J. Hastings, 44, laid
aside his broom and received a
three-month leave of absence from
the custodian force to try his hand
as a substitute teacher. He hopes
later to be appointed a regular.
Hastings, a graduate of Holy
Cross College,- gave up a prior
teaching job at Fort Kent, Me.,
because it was 500 miles from
He took an intensive elementary
teaching course this summer and
Ruled Real Spouse
RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 14 (UP)-
A husband who lived with his wife
26 years without knowing they
were divorced was still the worn
an s legal husband when she died
earlier this year.
The State Supreme Court ruled
Wednesday that the divorce which
the woman had obtained 27 years
ago was not valid and that the
husband was the legal adminis
trator of the woman's estate.
The husband did not find out
about the divorce until he filed
a petition asking to be named ad
James and Susie Patrick were
married in Philadelphia in 1907
and lived there until 1917 when
they moved to Kinston, N.C. In
1923, Patrick moved back to Phil
adelphia to work, leaving his wue
in Kinston wnere ne visuea ner
In 1929, Mrs. Patrick obtained
a divorce on the grounds of de desertion
sertion desertion and a five-year separation.
Notice of the divorce was pub published
lished published in a weekly newspaper at
Mrs. Patrick returned to Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia in 1930 and lived with
her husband. They later returned
to Kinston where they lived as
man and wife until her death Feb.
A superior court judge held that
the divorce was void because Mrs.
Patrick had "perpetrated fraud."
The Supreme Court upheld his de.
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TULARE,, Calif., Dec. 14 (UP)
i A highway patrolman finally offer offered
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I day when William Glad, of Belle
ville, 111., almost got into trouble
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TAIPEI. Formeea.Dec .14 (UP)
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received Sen. -elect Jacob K.
Javits (R-NY) at his Sun Moon
Lake retreat in central Formosa.
10 Die, 400 Hurt
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 14 (UP)-
I Ten persons were killed and about
400 others were injured during the
I den stop at a signal light in Tip-, annual pilgrimage to the shrine
ton. south of here. f the Virgin of Guadalupe, police
When he realiieJ there wasn't' reported today.
J muoh 3oubt as to who. was at I :
'fault, Glad stepped over to Prado I Prado replied angrily:
and said: 1 "you're glad? You mash in my
Jiow do you do? I'm Gfad." nice car, and you're glad?"
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 14 (UP) -Actress
Ginger Rogers today de denied
nied denied reports she and her actor actor-husband,
husband, actor-husband, Jacques Bergerac, had
separated and ...were contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating a divorce.
"We had a disagreement but
neither of us has moved out,"
said the actress.
The dancing star said she will
travel to Alaska Dec. 19 with Bob
Hope with his Christmas show for
servicemen but will return home
to spend Christmas with her hus husband.
band. husband. The actress and Bergerac, 16
years her junior, were married
Feb. 7, 1953.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 14, (UP) -Congressional
leaders were consi considering
dering considering anti-merger proposals to today
day today in light of defiance by two
major steel companies ofgovern ofgovern-ment
ment ofgovern-ment action to halt their merger.
The Justice Department moved
Wednesday in Federal Court here
to block the merger of Bethlehem
Steel Corp. with Youngslown Sheet
and lube Co. It :Ued a civil anti
trust suit against the two firms
and asked that they be restrained
from merging while the suit Is be
Bethlehem and Youngstown bad
announced Tuesday tbey would
proceed with the proposed merger
in spite of the announced govern government
ment government intention of fUing the anti
Deny Government Contentions
The government claimed the two
companies are "active competi competitors"
tors" competitors" and that the merger woukl
"substantially lessen competition
or tend to create a monopoly."
The orotosal of Bethlenem, sec
ond lareest steel producer, to take
' w ...
nver Younastown. sixth largest,
would create a steel giant wun
both tales and assets of about ft 5
Bethlehem Chairman EugemvG.
Grace and Youngs own Chairman
J. L. Mauthe have vigorously de
nied tne government s contentions.
They claim the merger would
"stimulate" competition and
strengthen national defense.
Stock Prices Drop
The defiance of the two compa companies
nies companies of the government action
caused their stock prices on the
New York Stock Exchange to de decline
cline decline $3.25 for Bethlehem and
$7.l2Vi for Youngstown in trading
In Washington, congressional
leaders said they would press for
anti-merger legislation when the
85th Congress convenes next
Sen-. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala),
chairman of the Senate Small Bus Business
iness Business Committee, called the merg merger
er merger the most serious threat to the
nation's free enterprise economy
in a decade.
Rep. Emanuel Celler fD-NT)
was- expected to take-up the anti anti-merger
merger anti-merger move in the House.
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A $15,000-a-ycar doctor arrested as
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community said today he "be "became
came "became unglued" because of over overwork.
work. overwork. Dr. John Francis Riordan, 35,
anesthetist at San Mateo's com community
munity community hospital, was arrested
yesterday as he stepped out of sur surgery.
gery. surgery. Police gave no details of the
burglary with which he was
However, Riordan admitted he
had entered one home in his
neighborhood, jimmying a rear
door with a metal rod. After he
got inside, he said, he heard the
radio playing, realized someone
was at home and fled.
Belmont police refused to say
if thev believe Riordan is the
prowler who has entered a dozen
or more homes in recent months.
Some articles disappeared.
Riordan himslf announced his
arrest at an extraordinary press
conference. Present were county
authorities and Dr. Harold Chope,
county health director and Riord
an s superior.
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ther of a seven-year-ora daughter,
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an "obsessive compulsion neuros
is Riordan astonished newsmen
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ple people to fear jumping off a high
building or to wonaer wnai wouia
happen if they swerved off the
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IT. COL. F. G. LANG (left,) chief of the Field Service Divi Division,
sion, Division, Quartermaster, Corozal, presents a suggestion award to
Marco Guizado in ceremonies held recently at Corozal Army
commissary. Guizado's suggestion was lor a training program
to Instruct civilian volunteers in the use of various types of
fire extinguishers. Looking on are (left to right) Ernest L.
Lecky, Juan Gonzalez, Raul JUvera, Ferdinand James and
(U.S. Army Photo)
Candidacy In '60;
Blasts Paul Butler
CHICAfJO. Dec. 14 (UP) Gov.
A. B. (Happy) Chandler of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky saitl he will be a presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate in 1960 if he keep.1:
his health. But he wants to get
rfd of Democratic National
Chairman Paul Butler.
hotel room news conference be before
fore before delivering a speech on road
problems last night before the
Illinois Road Builders Associa Association.
tion. Association. Although Chandler did not set
far with hLs bid for the Demo
cratic presidential nomination
this year he said he is a "poten "potential
tial "potential candidate" for the 1960 race.
"If I continue in eood health
and good strength, I intend to
go into the primaries," he said,
"and if vou see me 1 t.hp raop
I'm going to win I'm not run
ning tor exercise.
uianpier. ciafl in bathrobe I Meanwhile, the 58-year-old
and pajamas, held an informal governor said he will vote for
New Jersey Heads Toward Mothballs;
Conversion To Missile Ship Hinted
AT SEA, Aboard The USS New
Jersey, Dec. 14 (UP) The
mighty battleship New Jersey,
scarred by the combat of two
wars, surged sadly northward
through Atlantic waters today
to what may well be her final
The 45,000 ton warship, nearly
three football fields long and
boasting as much fire power as
any ship in the world, steamed
out of the naval base at Norfolk,
Va, early yesterday and headed
for Bayonne, NX, where she
will be returned to the mothball
fleet from which she was called
six years ago to help the United
Nations fight the Communists
The officers and men aboard,
about 1.200 of them, shared
the common feeling that "the
Jersey has been a good ship,"
and indicated they were not
happy she was being placed In
But do not count the valiant
lady out. Rumors aboard the ship
say the Jersey may return to the
fleet within the next few years
decked out as a ions range guid guided
ed guided missile ship. And Capt. chas.
B. Brooks, Jr., of Memphis,
Term., the ship's commanding
officer, echoes this belief.
The ship's officers discussed
this possibility while at lunch in
me New jerseys wardroom.
Commander Francis E. Rich, of
Ridgewood, N.J., the battleship's
operations officer, pointed out
that a warship the size of the
New Jersey might be the only
thing big enough to handle
large Intercontinental missiles.
But, he indicated that this was
only his speculation.
Commander Fred Bating, of
Norfolk, engineering officer
and a veteran of 29 years na naval
val naval service, added the dav of
the battlesh'p as the central
force of a fleet has passed.
The arrival of air power, he
said, has turned this role over
to the aircraft carrier and left
the battleship in a supporting
Rich and Bitting agreed that
the New jersey has become al almost
most almost obsolete and that it needs
extensive m o d e r nization to
bring her up to current stand standards.
ards. standards. They also agreed that the
big ship was too expensive to
operate during peacetime operation.
someone else to replace Butler
whenever a meeting of the De
mocratic National Committee is
'There's so manv reasons T
want Butler replaced it would
take me too long to tell you,"
Chandler added, however, that
when he was running for gov governor
ernor governor of Kentucky in 1955, But Butler
ler Butler offered him no help from the
"We couldn't even get -him to
come across the river and at attend
tend attend a meeting of ours," Chan Chandler
dler Chandler said.
An interwoven pageant of
stories of the great westward
drive, which in a few decades,
settled a contingent, is created
by Irving Stone in "Men to
Match my Mountains," one of
the books placed In circulation
wis ween by tne Canal Zone Li Library.
brary. Library. Stone, who has been collect
lng material for this book most
or his life, presents a colorful
gallery of characters: heroes
and rascals, adventurers and
plodders, men who invaded and
'tamed or were tamed by what
tne geographers call the true
Far West California. Nevada.
uian, and Colorado.
The titles and authors of the
books announced by the Library
mis weeK lonow:
Non-fiction; Military Customs
and Traditions, Boatner; How to
Run a Club, Simmons; Founda
tions of Philately. Bozes: Indus
trial Organization and Manage
ment, Betnei; com Collectors'
Handbook, Relnfeld: Walter
Skiing for All, Prince; Les Girls,
Tomunson; Gaillpoll, Moore
head;. Frogman; Commander
Crabb's Story, Push; American
pontics in a Revolutionary
World, Bowles; and Men to
Match My Mountains, Stone.
Fiction: A Dram of Poison,
Armstrong; The Great World
and Timothy Colt, Auchlncloss;
King of Paris, Endore; The For Forgotten
gotten Forgotten Place, Fores; Riddle of a
Lady, Malleson; Homecoming,
Snow; Captain Little Ax. Street;
and Anglo-Saxon Attitudes, Wil
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From Army School,
All Ecuador Pupils
A special Armorer's class of
Ecuadorian students M-adnated
today from the USARCARIB
School at Fort Gulick, It was an
nounced todav. The-course is a
six-week studv covering main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, repair and famlHrUa famlHrUa-tion
tion famlHrUa-tion of all different Infantry
weapons used by the United
Twelve Fcuadorean officers
and enlisted men will receive
diplomas from Colonel olnes
Peres. USARCARIB School Com
Those graduating are:
S"i-lieutenant Joree Oswal Oswal-dn
dn Oswal-dn Tenet Arwtret; ub -lieutenant
Manuel Rene Mora Orte Ortega;
ga; Ortega; sub-Hsutenant Cesar Gon Gon-talo
talo Gon-talo Campana Larrea: ser sergeants,
geants, sergeants, 2nd daas, Lns Alberto
Martinet Burba no; ,ni Hnm Hnm-berto
berto Hnm-berto Martinet Qnichimbo;
cornorpis, Ind elass, Jaini Os Os-waldn
waldn Os-waldn Hernandez OWla; Vic Victor
tor Victor German. San Lander; sol sol-diers
diers sol-diers Vicente Nelson Montene Montenegro
gro Montenegro Vega; Manuel Alejandro
GftlTes Helguero; Jaime Rigo Rigo-berte
berte Rigo-berte AvMes Teran; Vicente
Arturo Velntlmllla and Victor
A week ago 301 students rep representing
resenting representing 16 Latin American
countries received diplomas from
All Kentucky Water
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (UP)
Kentiirkv hnc nnHAturir n ,,lnk
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The Slirvev to kaina m.J. v..
George Land Jr., an assistant pro-
yersity of Kentucky, in coopera-
wmu uic siate s conservation
rienartment Tf ..ill
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ter, Land said. "Almost all our
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uncontrolled water, and this study
will supplement Federal water
control programs now in ex ex-lstence,
lstence, ex-lstence, by serving as a guide for
design of ftihir.
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Lt. Gen. and Mrs. William K. Harrison wre ruests of honor at a dinner dance given
at the United States Embassy last night by Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington.
Colorful Japanese lanterns decorated the (rounds, and couples danced on the terraee
to the music of Lucho Ascarraga. A sumptuous buffet was enjoyed by more than 150 guests.
J At" Union Club
The Ambassador of Agentina
Samuel Alperin gave a luncheon
j St the Union Club yesterday in
'lienor of the officials of the Minis Ministry
try Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
iJTea At French
f mb ssy Honors
'JMrs. Isabel Vallarino
.t Mrs. Julienne Vasse, wife of the
french Ambassador, gave a tea
this afternoon at the Embassy res residence
idence residence in honor of Mrs. Isabel Vallarino.
Consul General for the Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands and Mrs. Julio A. Salas serv served
ed served a cocktail buffet party at their
residence on Roosevelt Avenue Co
lon on Wednesday evening honor
ing Henry W. R. de Waal, Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands Charge d'Affaires for Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Over 120 guests included Gov Governor
ernor Governor and Mrs. J. M. Gonzalez, H-.
E. Arturo Gonzalez., Panama Min Minister
ister Minister to The Hague; Mr. Jenaro
Lince, Chief of the Diplomatic and
Consular Department of the Minis
try of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Elbert
Sasso, Netherlands Consul Gener
al to Panama, military and civil'
authorities of Colon and the Atlan
tic Side, members of the Colon
Consulsr Association and a small
group of personal friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Salas, an with their
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meetttflt be accosted by
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The Caribbean stamp Club will
hold a regular meeting on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tivoli
The attention of all members is
called to the election of Officers
which will oe held on Jan lis.
There wilf be no meeting Jan. l.
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At Win Memorial Tonight
'Man's Obligation to God and
Man" win be the subject offered
for discussion at the regular week
ly meeting to be presented to-
Inight at 8 p.m. at win Memorial
Hall in Balboa, the Baha'i Group
of the Canal Zone announced to today.
day. today. The meeting will open with a
short talk on the subject by one
of the local members of the group.
Aft the talk, there wilf be ample
oonortunitv for questions and dis
cussion on this theme, as well as
anv other subiect of interest to
These meetings are presented by
th. Baha' World raitn ana are
aimed toward a better understand understanding
ing understanding of the numerous problems that
confront humanity in this crucial
epoch. People of all races, creeds
arid nationalities are cordially in invited
vited invited to participate in these dis discussion
cussion discussion groups.
There is no admission, charge
and no collections are taken. The
Wirz Hall is located across from
the .Statuette of Liberty on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Road.
TJie ffakte fkmt
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWERENIE
"I'm the divorced mother of
Jane anu Aeuneu, "aieti eigfli ana
five,' writes Mrs. L.
"We've been sharing a two-family
house with my parents to make
it easier for my mother to look
after the children while I work
Gradually, she has taken complete
hope of retaining his children's by
agreeing wan mem. AJsu, we feel
gamy iur creating up their homes j
and are betrayed by it-into ap
peasing treatment that seens 10
convince Jane and Reuben of our
In these times of moral weak weakness
ness weakness ami seu-uoubt, We are vtiV
apt to make arrangements that
authority over them, always cnangj delegate our parenthoooo. to some-
ins anvthine I want them to An
The other oay when we disagreed
over ounishine Reuben, she crah-
bed him awav fmm ma nA
-auu oimy- ".'v wc am
ped him. I don't know how to re- wonderful doesn't
gam control 01 me cnuaren with- wwuienui iuesn t
body eise to nursery and board board-mg
mg board-mg schools, hired nurses, parents,
Because we suddenly see these
mean we are
man we are
out appearing unerrtefut to mvl sinners, it mst mtans W. '! Ms At
brother. ..." tiring respect tor what we caft give
i uuiik mai mrs. i. s tear ot ap. our cnuaren again ourselves.
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Tinriiie- the nartr. Mr. de Waal
presented Mr. Salas and Mr. sas sas-so,
so, sas-so, with Royal appointments made
tantlv hv Her Maiesty Juliana,
Queen f the Netnenanas, as ton-
aula General lor oion ana
Both Mr. Salas and Mr, Sasso
have been Netherlands Consuls for
quite a number of years m Colon
(CONTINUED ON PAGI
1956 Scrooge Adds
Grenade To Gifts
TEMPLE CITY, Calif., TJec. IS
(UP) A modern Scrooge with a
twisted Christmas spirit planted
a hand grenade today in a barrel
used- for collecting Yuletide gifts
for needy children.
TlJn ta ITemoved
from the ftenatfe so mat it wouM
not explode, but sheriff's deputies
said the unidentified giver appar apparently
ently apparently wanted to frighten children.
The grenade, wrapped lh color colorful
ful colorful paper, was left in a "toys for
tots" collection barrel at a service
station. But the plot to frighten
AViiiriron was foiled by station at
tendant Richard Robinson.
Robinson, an ex-serviceman, re recognized
cognized recognized the "gift" by its shape
and called deputies who disposed
of the package.
pearins uneratefui for her mm,,
er s hem with the children is fear
oi losing tne neip.
If Im right, she'd better admit
this dependence, not Dretend it
doesn't exist. For she's besinnine
to resent it. That s line, it's nrn.
sress a cause for iov. But if she's
going to pretend that her depend dependence
ence dependence doesn't exist, then her health healthful,
ful, healthful, developing resentment of it
can't be real to her, either.
There's nothing to be ashamed
of- in her dependence.
After divorce we often lose some
aumoriiy over cnuaren. For one
i n rejoice in Mrs. t, s "un "ungratefulness''
gratefulness'' "ungratefulness'' to her mother. Soon Sooner
er Sooner or later, she'u know she has
more to otfer Jane and Reuben
than her mother. The minute ch.'a
sure of this, she'll be able tn n
sure her authority without hnrtino
anyone. That is tne minute to wait
for, not in discouragement hut in
A child displaced bv a ha hv will
solve the strain of new ariinct-
ments oy reverting to thumbsuek
ing. Like Mrs. L., you and I may
soive tne strain of a divorce's
new adjustments by reverting to
thing, were nervous at the idea of childish dependence on other peo peo-disagreemg
disagreemg peo-disagreemg with anyone. Having pie. Our solution, like the thumb-
wv .umuawun oy ois- sucxing cnud's, is only prolonged
agreeing with him, we express our if we're made ashamed of it.
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EAST GREENWICH, R.I. Dec
14 (UP) Vola Witt was fined
$30 Wednesday after she plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to negligently driving
an automobile, she admitted she
"allowed her male companion to
have both arms around her
neck" while she was driving.
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The President's committee on
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Vice President Hiphsrd iw Nnrnn
said the trucks will carry on their
siaes posters quotmg Joe Palooka,
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Majer General and Mrs. Thom Thom-4$
4$ Thom-4$ L. larrold entertained the Post
Commanders and their wives at a
buffet dinner given at their quar quarters
ters quarters eartier this week in honor of
JU. Gen. and Mrs. William K. Harrison.
Among the Tnany distinguished
J fuest who enjoyed the party were
me Ambassador of the United
. States and Mrs. Julian Fiske Har-
ringtn, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. L. V.
tttftwer, Mrs. J. P. Keylor and
Ir. Harrold's mother Mrs. Drap-
ternar grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. F.-C. Rose of Diablo
Lt. Race, who graduated from
the Unrsity of Colorado this
summer, is serving with the Ar Army
my Army Engineers at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia.
he Director of the Inter-Ameri
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I Mrs. F. J. Tate, were host and
hostess to a large group of visitors
and friends at a dinner held at the
Fort Clayton Officers' Club on
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were the Minister of Public Works,
Panama, Roberto Lopez Fabreea:
the Commanding General. United
States Army Caribbean, Major
General and Mrs. Thomas L. Har-
fold the Charge d Affaires of the
Guatemalan Embassy, Professor
and Mrs. Enrique Pellecer; the De Deputy
puty Deputy Commanding General, Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, United States Army Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, Brigadier General L. V.
Hightwer; the Director of the Di-
' reccion General de Cartografia of
Guatemala, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo
Obiols; the Chief of Cartographic
Department, Ministry of Public
Works, Panama, Mr. and Mrs.
Tomas Guardia, Jr.; the Fort
"Clayton Post Commander, Colonel
and Mrs. P. S. Peca; the Deputy
Director, Inter-American Geodetic
Survey, Col. and Mrs. T. W. Tie Tie-deken;
deken; Tie-deken; the Chief, Operations Divi Division,
sion, Division, Inter-American Geodetic Sur Survey,
vey, Survey, Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. M. Un Underwood;
derwood; Underwood; the Chief, Cartographic
Section of the Guatemalan Army,
Lt. Col. Enrigue Pineda; the Offi Officer
cer Officer in Charge', Panama .Project
Inter-American Geodetic burvey,
Major and Mrs. Dallas L. Knoll,
Jr.; and the Chief, Cartographic
School, Inter-American Geodetic
Survey, Major and Mrs. James A.
WOMAN WITH THE STEELY
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You may see her anywhere
the woman with the steely eyes.
She may look right through j ou
without a smile or a nod when
ybu stop to hold a door for her
because her arms are laden with
bundles, or when you make room
for her to sit beside you in a
crowded waiting room.
She may take your money in a
store or your order in a restau
rant, those steely eyes saying
quite plainly that for her you don't
exist as a person.
She may be a receptionist in a
fancy office. And she may act as
though her job were to scare you
out instead of to invite you in.
bhe may be a guest who is busy
looking for bigger game. Anyone
lesj than a celebrity or the guest
of honor, she looks through like a
wall of glass.
She may be the woman to whom
you have just acknowledged an
introduction. Because your name
doesn't ring a bell in her mind
she scarcely seems to see you at
She may be a guest in your
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MONTE CARLO, Monaco, Dec
14 (UP) Princess Grace of Mona
co has chosen Pario flBpUAn:.t
tne tiiree room suite that ,iii
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heir to the throne ?
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tor to finish his work by Jan. 5.
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and birds, which are her favorite
Mr. And Mrs. F. J. Rose
Announce Birth of Son
Lt. and Mrs. Frederick J. Rose
announce the birth of a son, John
Frederick, born Dec. Y, at Alexan Alexandria,
dria, Alexandria, Virginia. The maternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.
jorstad of Margarita, and the pa-
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US Aid To Austria A-Power Installation
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WASHINGTON. Dee. U (UP)
Sen. A. S. Hike Monroney (D-Ok-
la.) said today that U. S. econo
mic aid should be provided to Aus
tria to help care for refugees who
have fled from Communist oppres oppression
sion oppression in Hungary.
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He proposed that the United States
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Monronev described Austria as
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al parliamentary union at Bang
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ca Africa as a result of the Soviet sup
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LONDON, Dec. 14 (UP) The
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struction construction in Scotland of the
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tion. station. The installation w'l be '"oated
at Hunterston. 35 miles southwest
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Each opera-Each reactor with its eight
steam raising units will weigh
about 80-.000 tons. The total charge
of uranium in the two reactors
will be 500 tons, the announce announcement
ment announcement said.
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It: 30 Cavalcade Of America
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:Q0-Sign On Alarm Clock
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7:30 Jazz Salon
1: 18 The Chrletophere
1:30 Musical Reveille
:15 Bonjour Mesdames
1:30 Paris Star Time
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12:05 Luncheoji Music
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1:16 Serenade In Blue
1:10 Wayne King Serenade
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Sy IRSKINI JOHNSON
MEXICO CITY (NLA) It's
piedra-y-rodar here, too.
That's south of the border for
roci- 'n' rofl and there's no escape
from it even in Mexico City, the
gay "Parte" of tie Americas. E
vis Presley's voice mixes wi
Mexican and South American
singers on the radio; one of the
town's leading medics, Dr. Jose
Alvarez Ierena, quoted me the ly lyrics
rics lyrics of "Blue Suede Shoes" and
Maxine Smith, public relations di director
rector director for the Hotel Reforms,
couldn't think of a better Mexico
City night club attraction than
"He'd kill 'am," said Maxiae,
one-time Hollywood rtporttr end
I hopped down here from Los
Angeles in a mere five hours on
Mexicana de Aviacion PAA's
daily luxury DC-6 "Tequila
Flight." All the comforts and safe safety
ty safety of U.S. air travel with a seno seno-rita
rita seno-rita hostess who looked just like
uoiores aei mo.
Mexico Cltv'i nodern airnort
with its polished tile and tropical
plantings is an eye opener for
firsttime visitors arriving by air.
Then it's continued wide eyed
amazement everywhere. I'll leave
the historical and tourist sights of
old Mexico to the travel folders.
U. S. Sound Money
Problem of '50s
NBW YOUK, Doc. 14 (UP)
Treasury undersecretary W.
Randolph Burgesi said today
the government's current ef efforts
forts efforts to maintain "sound
money" is one of the "critical
struggles" in the country's
He said it is "perhaps as sig significant
nificant significant as the gold and silver
argument of the middle 90 s or
the discussions 20 years later
which resulted In the establish
ment of the Federal Reserve
At (the bottom of the current
"tight money market" is a lack
of savings, Burgess said In a
speech prepared for the fiftieth
anniversary meeting of the Life
insurance Association of Amer
ica. However, he said "individ
uals are now saving about 7.5
per cent of their incomes after
taxes, as against she per cent
last year and less than five per
cent. .during the years between
World War II and Korea."
e's policy ft'itfrifl interest 1
1 rates to slowdown borrowing and
the expansion of credit during
the past 18 months. He said the
policy "has been helpful in
keeping the pressures toward
inflation within bounds."
Rep. Wright Patman (D-
Tex.). chairman of a House-Sen
ate subcommittee which held
hearings on the "tight money"
policy earner tms week, cnarg cnarg-ed
ed cnarg-ed that the policy is causing in inflation
flation inflation instead of preventing it.
A BIO ONE
YARMOUTH, Mass. (UP) -475-pound
ocean sunfish, rarely
found in northern waters, was
caught recently off Cape Cod.
I was there only 11 hours, en my
way to Acapuico, and had little
time for concentrated sight-seeing.
But seeing the new University
of Mexico is a must. It's a city
of multicolored buildings so mod
em architecturally they could be
used as sets for a science-fiction
movie about another planet.
A new Hilton hotel is addiae
another super-modern building to
mcxjco uny s sxyune. it s already
being called the Tiltin Hilton be because
cause because of the city's old refutation
for buildings that aink or tilt in
the Oiled ground of what long
ago was a lake bed.
Modern foundations, though,
make it unlikely that the Hilton
will be Ultin '.
Despite Nine TV stations, film
theaters showing U.S., South
American. Spanish and Mexican
movies are crowded. But in all of
Mexico City, with its pleasant cli climate
mate climate and population of four mil million,
lion, million, there is only one drive-in
movie theater. The explanation
is simple enough. Only the rich
own automobiles in Mexico.
The towns' bettor restaurants
and night dubs are in the bar
gain class compared t U.S.
prices. The beautiful Jacf and
with Its waterfall and dance mu music
sic music that never stops it typical of
Mexico City restaurant in the
Dinner is a la carte with such
delicacies as caviar Romanoff,
avocado stuffed with shredded
eel, Danish trout with bacon, sir-
ioia steah -'jrer.cn style and
good old filet mignon. A complete
ainner at tne Jacaranda costs
about $5, not counting cocktails
at about 50 cents each.
The Capri is in the top class of
night clubs. The entertainment us usually
ually usually features well-known Mexi Mexican,
can, Mexican, Spanish or South American
singers and an eightpiece dance
band. It's a small room with a
mirrored ceiling over the dance
There's a $4.80 minimum per
person and every drink, at 80
cents, is served on an individual
silver platter the size of a dinner
plate. Radio and TV singer Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Valdez, husky and in his 50's,
was starring at the Capri and the
deportment of his cheering audi audience
ence audience would have made, a U.S.
night club warbler jump for joy.
There was no loud talking or
dish rattling and even a whisper
by one patron cued several soft soft-spoken
spoken soft-spoken "Quiet" orders. A drunk
or a heckler at the Capri or any
other high-class Mexico City night
club. I was told by a long-time
tesident, would be tossed out
In Mexico City people ao to
night clubs to dance and to bo
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U. S. Uranium Is Dug the Most,
At Least So During This Year
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP) The decision in HUrr lh
The government disclosed today I production-reserve figures result result-that
that result-that U. S. production of uranium led from approval of a. new declas declas-concentrate
concentrate declas-concentrate more than doubled sification auide bv the United
this year, jumping from 4.000 to States', Britain and Canada. Brit Brit-8,000
8,000 Brit-8,000 tons annually. Uranium con-iain does not produce anv apnreci-
centrate Is the raw material of ab! amounts of uranium ore.
atomic bombs and nuclear fuels.
Tearing the secrecy fid from! ARC Chairman Lewis L
Couldn't Be Tinier, ; Spiritual Talks
'Less Cents Halved i Planned By School
AKRON. O. (UP) Myron! TIFFIN, O. -(UP Heidel Heidel-B.
B. Heidel-B. Brown has what mxy be the berg CoUeje has initiated a plan
J!""'1" i.cl!eck ever ,ssued by H'to elevate the spiritual character
Cnited States government. 0f the college family" by regular
Brown, ar reared Government talks and seminars with leaders in
v-orKer. roceivca a cnecK in 1947, the various curriculum
for one cent. It was a refund for,
an over-deduction from his pay
on a savings bond.
Brown produced the chock re
cently after reading in a newspa-
An unusual defensive play is
shown in today's hand, contrib
uted by Harry Goldwater, better
known as a great tournament
director rather than as a player.
West opened the deuce of
hearts, and declarer played the
ten from dummy. Goldwater
played the four of hearts instead
or covering dummy's ten wun
his jack. This seemingly Inno Innocent
cent Innocent play had a far-reaching ef effect.
fect. effect. South liked the idea, of win winning
ning winning the first trick cheaply, so
he let dummy's ten of hearts
hold. This was exactly what
GoMwaier had in mind when he
refused to cover the ten of
When diamonds were led,
Goldwater refused the first two
tricks. He took the third dia diamond
mond diamond trick and returned a
South could get one further
heart trick with his ace, but he
couldn't get to dummy for the
rest of the diamonds. South
therefore wound up with only
eight tricks, losing his game
There would be a different
story to tell if East covered the
ten of heart with the jack at
the first trick, south would win
with the aee of hearts and go
after the diamonds. Declarer
would eventually have to lead
one of the small hearts to dum dummy,
my, dummy, and he would surely get to
dummy with the oueen and thus
be able to cash
rest of the
& P fa tf 4 s
more nuclear data, the Atomic a'rauss saw last nigni mat ais-iyn uuui, mrcc-ccnt cnec
Energy Commission also reported closure of the information would; which cost the government about
for the first time that U. S. urani- KPeed development of n u c 1 ee r S100 in paper work TV three-
um ore reserves were estimated i power dcui nere ann aoroaa m ceni cih-ck was. nescnoen as pram,
at 60 million tons on Nov. 1. One-lsupport of President Eisenhower's! "probably the smallest in thejnanceu
fourth of one uer cent consists of atoms -for-peace program. I government s history."
uranium concentrate, or uramum
Canada disclosed that its urani uranium
um uranium production rate will hit 3,300
tons "of nigh-grade concentrate a
year" by Jan. 1. Canadian output
will increase sharply next year
until It reaches an estimated
14,000-15,000 tons a year in mid mid-1958.
1958. mid-1958. Canada estimated its uranium
ore reserves at 225 million tons,
nearly four times the U.S. esti estimate.
mate. estimate. The Canadian ore also is of
a better grade. Atomic Energy,
Ltd., of Canada said its deposits
have a uranium oxide content of
some 237,000 tons.
The American' figures showed
that New Mexico has more known
uranium than all the rest of the
United States combined. Its re reserves
serves reserves are 41 million tons, 68.4
per cent of the total. Utah is sec second
ond second with 7.5 million tons and Colo Colorado
rado Colorado third with 4.1 million.
Both the United States and
Canada made public information
only on production and reserves
since June 30, 1955. Before that
nearly all uranium was used for
Canadian officials said in Otta Ottawa
wa Ottawa that Russia might be sur surprised
prised surprised if all western countries
made public their uranium fig figures.
ures. figures. They said the West has
enough reserves and production
for "large-scale nuclear power
programs" for the next 50 years.
CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) -ftocco
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empty liquor bottle is not a safe
dime bank. He told police that
somebody took the bottle he had
In a cupboard of his barber shop.
It has $760 worth of dimes he'd
been saving for Christmas purchases.
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Cloutin' Clyde Parris To See Action Tonight
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Third Baseman Ready';
To Get Underway At 6
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Cloutin' Clyde Parris, the hard-hittin, fancy fancy-fieldine
fieldine fancy-fieldine third baseman of the Chesterfield Smokers,
will be seen in action for the first time this season,
when the Smokers clash tonight with the Carta Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja Yankees, in the first twin-bill of the young cam-
Pai?The Smokers and the Yankees are all tied up
for the loop lead with two.wins and one loss apiece.
The first contest, a seven-inning affair, gets under
wav at 6 D.m. at the Olympic Stadium.
.onnnt he kept Oil
Lions, Browns Jwjn
Prove Pro Grid
Scheduled to toe the mound
for the smokers in the first
came is Tom Flanigan, a tall
left hander who as a re ef spe specialist
cialist specialist with Memphis, Class AA
Southern last, summer, won
nine and lost five.
Flanigan was moved up to tne
roster of the Chicago White Sox
at the end of the season.
EM Grba, a righthander who
was the losing hurler 'n the
Yanks' 3 to 2 setback to Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa Sunday, will be
Flaniaans opponent on the
bRight hander Alberto Osorio,
who beat Cerveza Balboa 4 to 1,
on opening night will ace
Dutch Romberber, ajso a right
hand thrower, who blanked tne
Smokers 5 to 0 last Friday
The doubleheader will be in
honor of the visiting delegates
of th Third inter-American
Radio : Announcers Con gress,
which ot underway here yester yesterday.
Jose Alberto Iftiquez, of Cuba,
president of the Congress, will
throw ut the first ball.
The- Yankees will field' the
ame team as usual but there
will bt changes in the smoker
Parrfs, who did not sign his
contract until after the sea season
son season started, and then picked
up a bad head cold which
kept him out of Tuesday's
game In which Humberto Rob-lnsoi;ne-hitted
5 to o, is "ieeiang guuu "'
and 1U be in Ms oia
mihstitute. to rieht field where
manager Andy Cohen says he
has been "working out well."
-Tin i-i-t C
third base," said me o
skipper, "and I don't want to go
wtihout Heron either, so out to
right he goes.''
Conen aiso reveaieu
baseman Ellas usono, wb wM
hit on the elbow by a pitched
ball in batting practice early
this week, was anxious to play
tonight, but if the elbow was
still badly swouen at game gi
he would be replaced with rook rookie
ie rookie Rodman Nufiez.
"I would hate to nave
take out Ellas, though," sa-d
Cohen. "We want to field the
team with the strongest bat batting
ting batting potential In every game
from here on in.
"With such a short schedule
ahead, we want to start roiling
Loop Meels Tuesday
The Pacific Softball League
will meet next Tuesday, Dee. 18,
at 7 p.m. in the Elks Home on
Boca Road in Balboa for final
planning of the 1957 toftball tea tea-ion.
ion. tea-ion. It is requested that all inter interested
ested interested persons and team repre representatives
sentatives representatives be present at this eve-ing.
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP)
The records of-the Detroit Lions
and Cleveland Browns during the
past two seasons show-how weU weU-balanced
balanced weU-balanced the competition has be become
come become in the National Football
The Lions, now leading the
Western Division with a 9-2 rec record,
ord, record, finished last in 1955 with a
3-9 mark. The Browns (5-6) prob probably
ably probably will finish third or fourth in
the Eastern Division this year
after winning the league champion
ship the last two seasons.
Detroit, Western champion from
1952 through 1954, was described
as the best last-place team in
league history last season when it
suffered five of its nine losses by
seven points or less, this season
the Lions zoomed back to the top
because they won the close ones,
registering four of their triumphs
by four points or less. Their two
losses were by margins of one and
While Detroit bids to become the
first NFL club ever to bounce
from last to first, Cleveland's un
precedented string of division
titles in two leagues finally has
been snapped at 10. The Browns
lost two games in the final seconds
but also won two by a total of
seven points while compiling their
current 5-6 record.
The Lions play the Bears (8-2-1)
at Chicago Sunday with the West Western
ern Western title going to the winner. The
Bears are tough at Wrigley Field
but the Lions ari picked to win
because of their strong defensive
The other weekend selections:
Saturday Eagles (3-7-1) over
Giants (7-3-1) at Philadelphia.
Sunday Redskins (6-4) over
Steelers (4-7) at Washington;
Browns (5-6) over Cardinals (6-5)
at Cleveland; Rams (3-8) over
Packers (4-7) at Los Angeles;
Colts (4-6) over Forty Niners (4-6-1)
at San Francisco, n
To Be Crowd Pleasers Sunday
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
0" or -i
Carta Vieja. 2
Cerveza Balboa 1
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) at Olympic Stadium
Carta Vieja: Grba (0-1) and Romberger (1-0)
Chesterfield: Flanigan (0-0) and Osorio (1-0).
Game Time: 6 p.m.
The novel idea of having two
attractive on paper six six-round
round six-round semifinals on the Jesus
card Sunday at the National
Gym has been met favorably by
Isthmian boxing fans.
In one semi-windup, Roberto
Murillo, in a comeback effort,
tangles with Black B 11 and in
the other Tito Marshall takes
on Enrique Perea.
A.C. Rams Defeat BHS
50-42 To Extend Win
Streak To Four Games
Unofficial League Standings
Balboa A. C.
GROSSaGEft N. Y. (UP) -Middleweight
Fullmer resumes training for his
Jan. 2 title bout with champion
Rav (sufar) KODinson lupay iui-
fobwW a weet layoff. Thertoutt
originally had been scheduled for, Muhlenberg 97 Moravian
uec. is,, out was ii uvcu uj uv uv-cause
cause uv-cause of illness to the champion.
By UNITED PRESS
Rucknell 72 Lehigh 65
Mass.' 72 Boston U, 62
Marshall 101 ,St. Francis (Pa.)
uosion' uou. j Northeastern 49
Colgate B0 Alfred 67
West Virginia 81 Penn State fifi
Harvard 71 Tufts 59
Syracuse 82 Niagara 79
Temple 67 Princeton 58
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 4:30, 6:15, 7:50
"Prord and Profane"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"Twinkle In God's Eye"
Late show 16:30 p.m.
Saturday "Helen of Troy"
"Revolt of Mamie Stover"
Sat. "Twinkle in God's Eye"
"The Trouble with Harry"
Saturday "Red Sundown"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
late show 10:30 p.m.
S DON'T CARE GIRL"
gat. 'To Hell and Back"
"Seven Men from Now"
Sat. "Hell On Frisco Bay"
Aussie Bookies Post
Down-Under Stars 10-1
Over U.S. In Davis Cup
BethanyffS Wheeling Cdll. 50
High POint 111 East f arnlina P4
VMI 81 Rahol'dph Macon 66 1
Morhe'ad St. 95 BeUarmine 72
North Carolina 82 GW 55
Catawba 89 Davidson 87
South Carolina 75 N Car. St
By OSCAR FRALEY
SIDNEY, Australia, Dec. 14
(UP) Australian bookies have
posted their stars at 10 to 1 of-bet-
ter as lavomes 10 wnip tne umieu
States in the Davis Cup challenge
round and pro tennis promoter
Jack Kramer heartily concurred
today with the one-sided odds.
"It is a shame but our fellows
haven't got a prayer against the
Australians," Kramer said as he
sat in his hotel room directing his
Australian pro tour.
"Our stars of the moment are
very dim ones and there are no
new ones glittering on the horizon.
Vic Seixas, our top man, is over
the hill and he certainly doesn't
figure to win any matches
Then, man by man, he went
over the weakness of the United
States team which is playing India
at Perth this weekend for the
right to meet Australia in the
No Grass Gam
"Our No. 2 man. Herbie Flam.
has no grass court game, Kram
er said. He would be tougher on
hard courts but his serve isn't
Dayton 76 Miami (O.) 75
Rockhurst 71 Texas. Southern 70
Youngstown 98 Alliance 48
John Carroll 102 west. Reserve 79
Case Tech 73 Wooster 72
Western Mich. 81 Toledo 75
Wayne 86 Eastern Mick. 71
PARAISO 6:15 8:00
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LAND OF FIJI"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 -9:05
"Drums Along The Amazon"
CAMP KIERD 6:15 7:55
"WINGS OF THE HAWK"
Air Force Adad. 80 Chardon 54
Seattle 69 St. MaryS (Calif.) 59
m am i i a m a 1
7.00 TODAY 9.00
$1.10 per Car!
Julia Adams in
"Mike Green's game simply has
come along too slowly while he
doesn't have a good second serv
ice and lacks speed. As for Mike
Franks, he has more shots and
better equipment but he just does
not seem to get his game up."
Nor. according to Kramer, are
the approaching years likely to be
much kinder to the U.S. amateur
"There are very few kids with
real potential," he contends. "Ron
Holburg of Brooklyn and Earl
Buchholtz of St. Louis have the
best potential but they don't get
the competition they need.
Want to Wrong Schools
"They should have gone to
school in California where the
can get the' opposition they need.'
Australia is "loaded" with
young hopefuls and the land down
under should rule amateur ranks
for years, Kramer continued.
Meanwhile, 'the U.S. is going to
have to "get mad" about its ten tennis
nis tennis much like the alumni when a
college football team goes back
according to Big Jack.
"Baseball and football spend a
lot of money in promotion to get
the kids' interest in the samp" ho
hard enough for, grass. S a m m y said. "Tennis is doing the same
Giammalva is a good cpmpetit6r thing but it has a long way to go
out ne aoesn i nave me equipment aad until it sells the sport we're
to be a player of Davis Cup cal-1 going to be in bad international
Murillo, a promising feather featherweight
weight featherweight up to a year ago before
he ran into the buzzsaw-like
fists of Cumberbatch and suffer suffered
ed suffered an eye injury, has beaten
gladiators like Rafael (The Bull)
Brathwaite, Al Hostin and Kid
Murillo who had been taking
treatment for the Injury, was
given the green light recently
to resume fighting by the Pan Panama
ama Panama Boxing Commission medico.
Wednesday night at the
Gymnasium, the Balboa
-uu exicnuea ineir winning
streak to four straight by downing
a determined Balboa High five by
a score of 50-42. The A. C. Rams
are now only .033 percentage
points behind the league leading
Junior Colleee Greenwav in tho
unofficial league standings.
The Rams will meet the J. C.
Greenwave Tuesday night for the
Unofficial League Championship,
hhould the Rams win, they will be
Crowned the chamns .Tiininr
lege has already copped the Inter Inter-scholastic
scholastic Inter-scholastic Basketball Champion-
mhi ana is wotting lorward to add adding
ing adding another "championship'' to
Tk t i i i
.me iasi-DreaK ottense again
proved effective for the Athletic
Club as they completely out-cjass-ed
the fighting Balboa High School
cunungem. with Ram center "Si
oarKowitz leading the wav &id
controlling the backboards, the A.
C. five pulled ahead to a half-time
score oi 20-15.
In the third Deriod. Himinntivp
Bulldog guard Ruiz hit on three
straight lay-ups to pulr Balboa
High to within 3-points of the
Rams. It was then that the A. C
Rams rallied their forces and uti
lizing the fast break, pulled ahead
of the Bulldogs to stay for the
rest of the evening.
With Nesbltt. Welch and Jovce
fast-breaking, and MacArthur,
Carlin and Barkowitz getting the
ball down the court quickly the
more experienced Rains ran 1
l-8-point lead in the final tWd-mln-"
uies of play to put the game saie-
ly on ice tor the Athitiir i'mh.
.800' iJ ne bt guarding of Simons, Lorn?
.333 a ,u lvourany was a aland-
200;oui reature ot the second half
jpiay ior me Rams.
Baiboak Barkwitz and forward "Mossf
Athletic I Nesbltt led the Rams in the scor
ing coiuran. iNesoiu had 12 poiMW
iur ine evening. Barfcowitz in
"Bozo" Carlin c 10 s e 1 v fnllmJTrt
these two. witn 8 poinjs. ytie Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High Bulldogs we're paced y
the 10 points oi Ruiz who was
closely followed by Kirkland and
Winkiosky with 8 apiece.
The A. C. Rams encounter with
Junior College on Dec. 18 at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gymnasium should be quitt a
tussle. Both teams have defeated
each other once. This game ViU
not only be a determination' of
the best-out-of three games, but it
will also be for the league s Uaof
The box score:
BALBOA A. C.
fg ft Pts.
S.. Barkowitz 5 !ff 10
G. Welch 2 0 4
R. Nesbitt 5 2 12
C. MacArthur 3 0 16
B. Carlin 4 0 8
B. Joyce 2 0 4
C. Simons 3 0 6
G. Kourany 0 0 0
A. Lombana 0 0 0
Total: 24 2 50
fa ft Pts.
Barbara l l 3 M
L. Kirkland 3 2 vx'J
J. Winkiosky 3 2 8
Ruiz ,5 0 10 '&
G. Kirkland 2 3 7
Morris 3 0 6
Totaf: 17 8 42
Gun Club Notes
The Balboa Gun Club will hold by the National Brewery will be a a-it's
it's a-it's Overall Club Championship warded to the high gun for on
match on Dec. 15 and 16 1956. Fir- year or until the next "over all
ing will begin at 9 a.m. Shooters, champion for the club has been
must'be registered and present to declared. This trophy must be woa
lire oy 8:50 Saturday, uec. is.
The firing will be National
twice before it can be retired.
All 1956 and 1957 members are
Match Course With pistol or revol-' eligible to fire in these matches
ver at 9 a.m. Approximately at 10; Distinguished juniors of the Jun
the Smallbore match will start. It ior Division of the Balboa Gun
will be 10 shots standing, 10 set-Ciub are also eligible to compete;
ting or kneeling, 10 prone. At 1:30 Competitor-may fire any or all of
p.m. the trap will start, followei the matches as they choose,
by he skeet. (25 trap and 25 On Sunday at 9 a.m. the Big
skeet). NRA rules will govern the Bore will be fired 10 shots stand-
Black Bill, always a crowd
pleaser with his advancing, two two-fisted
fisted two-fisted style, has victories over
Vicente Worrell, Tito Marshall
and Alfredo Marshall.
He has dropped decisions to
Sammy Medina and santama-ria.
Pacific Little League
Season To Open Jan. 7
I "A CRY IN THE
Natalie Wood in
Opening this year's Pacific L
League aspirants is over and we
have come up wita what is believ believed
ed believed a fairly well balanced league
for the coming 1957 season. Follow
ing is a complete list of the rosters
of the six Pacific Little League
teams with the names and tele telephone
phone telephone numbers of the manager
following each roster. Practice
sessions for each Warn are also
noted and further practice dates
and places will be handled by the
Elks 1414: Peter Berger, Larry
Berger, Michael Hummel, Mark
McGrath. Bob McGrath, Louis
Seldon. Angus Matheney, Alfred
Quiros, Billy Quiros, Sammy Bett Bett-siak,
siak, Bett-siak, Tommy Burrow,, Steward
Brown, Russel Poore, Leo Perk
ins, Robert Berganer, Robert Lin Lincoln.
coln. Lincoln. Earl Mullins and Miohaef
Burton. Manager, E. J. Kunkel
tel. 83-4226, Coach, D. J. Roberto.
Practice at Little League Park on
Seymour Agency: Bobby Blaney,
Peter Smith, John Malone, Thom Thomas
as Thomas Herrins. Lou Helzinger, Pat
Kenealv. Harry Kenealy, Paul
Robinson. Philip Spencer, John
Carlson. Fred Perra. Robert Far-
reli, Ronald Pearl, Mario Calleja,
d'A PI TO HO I 7 V O
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Jeff Chandler In
PILLARS OF THE SKY
John Agar in
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THE CASE OF THE
- Also: -HIAWATHA
- Also: -SEMINOLE
Collin Corriean. Perrv Ravmnnil
Robert Boatwrieht. Charlev Moses
Kenneth Anderson. Man a g e r,
Lou Helzinger tel. 2-2413. Pract
ice at Little League Park on
Gibraltar Life: Charles Onshv
William Fall. Richard Frank
Glbree Orgeron. Robert Thnmnenn
Allen Altman, Billy Bouehner.
Randy Wall. Robert Lawver John
Rathgaber, George Carny, Joe
Hunt, Gene Fraunhelm, Gene Her-
manny, Jim Wilson, Dick Ebdon.
Hilly hnyder, Dave Zapp, Tommy
Hanna and Richard Eisman. Man-
ager-joe Cicero, tel. 2-4398; Coach
- Al Hermanny. Tel. 2-m Prant.
ice at Little League Park on Mon-
Lincoln Life: Georse Case TW
nis Deming, Billy Deming, Robert
uuran, uoug Marue, Bobby Eng
elke, Charley Joyner, Johnny Joyn
co, scott Gordon, James Stallings,
Donard Adams, David Forbes,
George Turner, Gene Beck, Bobby
Bowman, Louis French. Louis Fntr-
elke, Charly Joyner, Johnny Joyn
er, rrea rernanuez and Jimmy
Farnsworth.' Manager, Howard
Engelke. tel. 2-1366: Coach. Noel
Farnsworth, tel. 2-1851. Practice at
Little League Park on Saturdays
ai a:uo a.m.
Spur Cola: Fred Arnold, Mike
Arnold, Robert Walker, Neil Do-
herty, carl Mable, Paul Helton.
Lorln Edwards, Danny Hele, Paul
z;eimcK, jonn zeuuek. Ted Albrit
ton, Robert Bowen, Peter Whitney,
Douglas Feeney, Garth Feeney,
William Mounts, Tommy Perantie,
Colin Bradshaw, Roger Hoenke,
Robert Mucuucn, Charles Aberna
thy and Bernard Stankernberger.
Manager Bob Medinger, tel. Z
1368. Practice at Little League
Police: Billy Catron, Jommy Ril
ey, Fred Weade, Robert Askew,
Jerry Brennen, Bently Jenkins,
Charles Blystone, Zeev Magueris
Perea and Marshall each
have had five pro bouts in
their young careers, and al although
though although Sunday's will be their
first meeting, they are consid- i
end evenly matched.
Perea's wins came at the ex
pense of Juan Lezama, Arias
Mendez and he has lost twice to
Thny Shaw, Kiel jamieson, Jo
se Watson ana Eawm syKes
have all lost to Marshall. His on
ly setback has been at the hands
of Black BUI.
All the participants in Sun
day's program finish their
CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago
Cubs have purchased farmhand
K. C. Wise, an infielder, from
their Los Angeles affiliate in the
Pacific Coast League and have
sent catcher Joe Hannah to the
Angeles in exchange. Wise, the
PCC all-star shortstop in 1956 with
a .287 batting average, is 24-years
old. Hannah played with the same
team last season and batted .272.
pistol smallbore and big bore, wea
pons and firing. The Skeet and trap
rules will govern the firing of those
events and the weapons to' be us used.
ed. used. The scoring will be as follows:
There will be a value of 600 points
a,w yio iwi c v u vd i ui v. v ci i to ouu
the shot-gun events. The score op
the pistol will be doubled, the
smallbore score will be used as
fired, the big bore score will be
doubled, the skeet will have a val
ue of 300 points and the trap will
have a value of 300 points or a to
tal of 1800 points possible.
There will be awards given for
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for each e e-vent
vent e-vent (trophy for 1st) and awards
for the high five in the aggregate.
In addition, anew trophy donated
ing 10 minutes, 10 setting or kneel-
ing in 10 minutes, 10 shots stand standing
ing standing to prone in 70 seconds. Any 30
caliber rifle wthin NRA specfica specfica-tion
tion specfica-tion may be used.
Following the firing of the rifle
match all ranges will be closed for
the day and a chicken dinner will
be served to all Balboa Gun Club
members, their families and
guests. There will be a $1 (one dol dollar)
lar) dollar) charge for each male adult
for the dinner. There will be a
$1.00 challenge ior protest fee.
AH club menfbers are requested
to submit constructive suggestion
to the secretary of the club on
completion of the match. Thesa
suggestion are to be in writing
and signed. This will give the next
year committee bases for improv improving
ing improving the next match.
h jfjcs. 41 4 3t Ks 3 4B
I fM 1 MIMMI Ill
NEW YORK (UP) Federal
Judge Sidney Sugarman has re refused
fused refused to dismiss a $1 million
damage suit against the National
Basketball Association filed by a
Washington group, ruling that the
group has a claim for which relief
can be granted and can sue. The
Washington Professional Basket
ball Corp., Inc. filed the action
in 1955, charging the NBA had
conspired to prevent it from buy buying
ing buying the franchise of the bankrupt
ky, G. Kenneth Phillips, Glen Ev Evans,
ans, Evans, John Steiner, Tommy Alves,
Florencio Arosemena, Warren Ash
ton, Donald Darden, He r s c h e 1
Dcmpsey, Douglas Priester, Russel
Potter. Donald Sebastian and Ed Eddie
die Eddie Wilder. Manager James W.
Riley, tel. 2-4211. Practice at Lit Little
tle Little League Park on Fridays.
She's headin' for the
JOSE TREVOR I
1:05, 2:40. 4:38, 6:36, 8:48
The incredible Hv story
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AT, DECEMBER 14. 1956
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are holding their third annual
ess m Panama City this
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furnish the main competition
Chiroke. Alfredo Vasquez will
Cartillero, which returned from
a lavoff in excellent form last
week, could be an upset, winner
again. -Cartillero, which scored by
eight long lengths, will be ridden
this time by Jorge Phillips instead
of Braulio Baez.'. The latter will
be aboard longshot Maria Stuardo'
Pavinetto (Guillermo Sanchez)
and Tiburon (Alejandro Ycaza)
like Patan, are Peruvian breds who
make this a victorious effort too'
Pavinetto is racing to good form
while Tiburon is fresh frbm an im impressive
pressive impressive victory.
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 1 Mile
Pane $400 00 Pool Closes 12;45
FIRST RACS OF THE DOUBLE
1 Matruh B. Aguirre 108
2 S. Slipper G. Vasquez lQ7x
3 Love's Girdle J.M. Bravo 106
4 Socorrlto A. Vasquez 115
5 P. de Gales A. Ycaza 110
6 Reflector V. Ortega 110
7 Ponton B. Baeza 108
2nd Rice 4th Series Imp. 7 Fas.
Purse $600.00 Peel Closet 1:15
SECONP RACE OF THE DOUBLF
1 El Fakir
2 M. Beam
4 Febrero II
3rd Rece Elimination Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $600.00 Peel Closes 1 i5
1 Pugilist G. Vasquez lOOx
2 Henry Lee F. Alvarez 105
3 Lazy Brook B. Baeza 1U6
4 Nessciifle R. Vasquez 122
5 NewDrighton J. Phillips 110
6 D. Maioen B. Aguiire 115
7 Copatiora A. Vasquez 114
Distingo, an impressive winner
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Ills lasi time, win ue uuucii uy mi n
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regular jocKey, rernsnuu Aivarez.
Cachafaz completes the eight horse
field. He will have hustling Virgi Virgi-lio
lio Virgi-lio Castillo in the saddle.
Distingo. Cachafaz and Maria
Stuardo are the outsiders in
4th Race, Non-Winners Net., 4 Fgs.
Purse $250.00 Peel Closes 2:20
e Champion JC Devils
Meet Bulldogs Tonight
By A. A. NOBOA
1956 basketball champions
be host, to Balboa High tonight
tnmi' t niwn o nn l iiimm v hi.
'he Dpviis although champions
two more games to play oe-
onHWio thpir snrpp.sslul sea-
The last game will be played
21 at the Margarita uym.
g thru several dusty records
tnat it was inai way-i
in 1949 that JC had won its
tiaxkethall i chammonship. To-
anvAn vears later and sever
i .... vtnrt sr inn
Coach Stewart Brown. A lor lor-coach
coach lor-coach of the Bulldogs, he
to JC in 1955 to guide me
hp men through the many
Hi that they; compete in.
the 1956 basketball season
kked in between football quar-
, a group of talented players
mbled at JC to make this
pionship team. Brown iQuna
ater Palo Team
unched at Kobbe
e of the bloodiest matches in
nip historv came in the re-
iv rime iiiikii vmiicn. 11 wail in
water polo unai octween wun-
and Russia. f
fir I f I II II It I S 111 IMP III I Hi IM
muff ire Atwn lira tot nn n raam
though no bloodshed is antici antici-4,
4, antici-4, the team intends to be a
;h group to beat. Twi) practice
ions have been helcf; to date,
Sp3 Angel Ffrnandtz, player-
lh is hnninlf thst manv more
will show an interest in join join-during
during join-during the next wtk.
lans for this seasonlinclude an-
star aggregation from Bal Bal-High
High Bal-High School. "We need many
ST it J
e men, nowever, r ernanaei
kted out, "before we can sen-
launch a season of compeu-
aet Clayton is apparently the
other post bn the 1 s t h m u s
being made to, gel other posts
, thic ,nnn
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beginning, at six o ciock. me
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ade of outstanding jockey per-
noonng nome inree winners on
wuht-race caw. wicnoias. wno
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tv v ii i hi l abiivu uii fi,.va,w
himself in the midst of several
players with long established fame
around Isthmian basbetball ca
des. From Cristobal came Gilbert
Smith and Ramon Quezada and
from Balboa Frederick Kaj bourne,
team captain Robert Fpgel, and
Alfonso Blackall. From the timber timber-lands
lands timber-lands of the state of Washington
we have Patrick Lincoln. Through
their efforts JC today car. proud proudly
ly proudly call Itself basketball champion.
Turning, now to the game to tonight,
night, tonight, we find that both teams are
very eager to play one another a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. Balboa would probabiy like
to put the first loss in JC's per perfect
fect perfect scoreboard. JC on the other
hand is out to win its fifth victory
of the season.
Reports from Balboa Indicate
that their ace, Dan Winklosky, will
be out for this game against JC.
No doubt looking at the future,
Coach Jim Huring plans to see
what the boys that have been
cheering for their team mates all
season can do once on the hard
woods. However, old timers like
Lem Kirkland, Jack Winklosky,
and Raul Barbara will be called
on to start things off on the right
A possible starter is big George
Kirkland who in the last Cristobal
game showed a lot of ability.
George Barbier, Delgado, and Nan Nan-mad
mad Nan-mad have been seen by the fans
but not enough to draw any con conclusions.
clusions. conclusions. Their opportunity as well
as their long awaited change will
then be tonight.
JC as usually counts with the
fine ball handling of Fogel, Smith,
and Quezada. Excellent rebound rebounding
ing rebounding by Raybourne and Blackall is
as always expected. Arango, Wood,
Nahmad, and Silvestre have seen
their last days f JV and are now
backing the first five full time.
With no preliminary before the
event of the night, starting time
will be at seven.
OFFICIAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Chicago While Sox
Club In AL In '56
CHICAGO, Dec. 14 (UP) The
Chicago White Sox officially were
crowned the American League's
best defensive club for 1956 today
and placed four players on the
circuit's all-star fielding team.
The White Sox not only had the
highest fielding average of any
team in tne league. .979, but also
came up with individual fielding
leaders in first baseman Walt Dro Dro-po,
po, Dro-po, second baseman Nellie Fox,
catcher Shewn Lollar and pitcher
Other fielding leaders included
George Kell, Orioles; Harvey
Kuenn, Tigers; Jim Piersall, Red
Sox; Mickey Mantle, Yankees, and
Karl Olson, Senators.
1 La Rubia
6 O. Patrick
7 Dona Perica A. Gonzalez
R. L. Gil
S. Carvajal 108
B. Afruirre 110
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SWAPS GOES HOME Reed Ellsworth, brother of co-owner Rex Ellsworth, stands with the
racehorse Swaps in Philadelphia as they prepare to board a plane for a flight to California.
Swaps, who aggravated an old leg Injury on Oct. 9, was supported by a harness during the
5th Race "Hi A" Natives 5 Fgs.
Purse $275.00 Peel Closes 2:55
1 Kalalii A. Ycaza 116
2 Engreida G. Montero 104x
3t-S. Time G. Vasquez 102x
4 Que Undo B. Baeza 105
5 Tap Lady G. Sanchez 112
6 El Pasha M. Guerrero 108
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 1
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes
FIRST RACI OF THE DOUBLE
2 Rio Negro
3 D. Duchess
6 Ma. Crlstina
8 (Dev. Club.
A. VisQuez 112
B. Aguirre 110
7th Rate 5th Series Imp 6 Fgs.
Pune $500.00 Peel Closes 4:05
SECOND RACI OF THE DOUBLE
3 My Friend
4 R. Emblem
7 Supper Girl)
J. Phillips 110
B. Aguirre 115
K. Flores 113
8th Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fes.
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 4:40
4 Very Good
B. Baeza 113
A. Vergara 115
R. Vasquez 115
J. Gongora 115
G. Vasquez 112x
F. Alvarez 113
C. Ruiz 120
A. Vasquez 115
V. Castillo 115
9th Race III Inter! American Cone, of
Announcers' Congress Heap. 4th Series
imp. rgs. rurse souu.uu
Pool Closes 5:15 ON -TWO
1 Chiroke R. VasaueE 118
2 Ma. Stuardo B. Baeza 106
J. Phillips 110
F. Alvarez 112
y-. Castillo 122
G. Sanchez 113
A. Vasquez 115
A. Ycaza 118
I Oth Race 3rd Series Imp 7 Fgs.
Purse $650.00 Peel Closes 5:40
1 W'ma JimmeyF. Alvarez 108
2 Pappa Flynn R. Vasouea 136
11th Race 6th Series Imp. 1
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes.
1 Tom Collins H. Ruiz
The 11 0 defeat suffered by the
Brewers at the hands of the Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja, although one of the big biggest
gest biggest shutout victories to be regis registered
tered registered In the Pro League, should not
dishearten the followers of the
Kellman clan. Big scoring games
occur everywhere and Panama is
no exception. Santurce of Puerto
Rico some time this year scored a
22 0 win over Mya8i"?z, and
recently Cienfuegos took the mea measure
sure measure of Havana by a 11-0 score.
third baseman is sporting a .375
average as a result of six hits in
sixteen official trips to the plate.
. Things should be better for the
Brewers whenever Grenald and
Pinkston get their eyes on the ball.
The giant Pinkston rates an acco accolade
lade accolade for the handy manner in
which he has soived the club's
catching problem with the sidelin sidelining
ing sidelining of Kellman. "This is quite a
sight, seeing the big fellow out
there crouching and calling for
pitches. A fan remarked that thei
cnest protector used by the huge
I one resembles a vest. He is the
Cerveza Balboa has been greatly (tallest receiver ever to prform in
handicapped by iniuries. At pres-j the Panama League, and he wears
ent Manager Leon Kel'man is niirr-lsize fourtec shoes.
ingn swollen iaw as the result oE
a collision with HM9i Charlei Making his debut in the Pro cir cir-over
over cir-over a foul fly in Wednesday, des Tuesday nigh, was southpaw
night's game and Big League;, Glenville Frank iyn of the Brewers
Hector Lopez will be out for annth-j Although very much on the smali
ef game or two on account of ? side, he gave a very good account
swol'pn knee. Latest Brewer on tH 0f himself in the inning he worked
1. L. 1 I 11. f n -am!A ail A I 1 i CT ..
h'osnital list is Penc Osorio, who
while chasing a foul fly in right
field, ran into the fence and stuck
his leg with one of th protruding
nails on the canvas.
Winston Brown, the B o c a t
beauty again failed Wednesday
night to last. However, ha looked
much better than he did in the
first outing. In the three frames
he pitched he allowed onlv one
hit, and. struck out two. Hie six
bases on balls contributed in
large way to his undoing. His
record now is no wins and two
Oliver Hardy, after an absence
of several years reappeared with with-the
the with-the Brewers. Playing rightfield, he
was charged with an error, and
made a couDle of putouts. At the
plate he had one four. In the
other three trips, he met the ball
solidly but it went straight to a
Against the leasue-lcadins Smok
ers, he struck out Elias Osorio and
Bobby Prescott, two dangerous
batsmen, walked Hal Grote and
forced Marcos Cpbos to ground out.
The Brewers management see in
Thome ad Franklyh potential
1 Principe de Gales Love's Girdle
2 Suntonner Mezereum
3 Nesscliffe Copadora
4 Certaraerf No Galiito
5 Kalalu Que Lindo
6 Devonshire Club (e) Incaica
7 Lyrical (e) Fellac (e)
8 Kmbrujada Plateado (e)
9 Chiroke Patan
10 Pappa Flynn Cpmatose
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
ROCK N ROLL CONTEST!
Also: 2 PICTURES!
Today IDEAU- .20 .10
''Mystery of The Elver Boat"
Chaps. 9 10
By HIM1RT MOISI roan. John Glenn, champion batter
o' Jst season told ui that-for thsT
COLON Humberto Robinson,! first time this season he "hud fac fac-slim
slim fac-slim and deceptively fast right-: d man wh0 really made me
hander, seems to be pitching him- work at the plate. His changes of
self right into the forefront of the pitches really made me battle it
hall-of-faraers in local baseball his-1 out with him.'' Incidentally Gienn
tory. Robby's las' effort was a was the onlv hitter tn solve Rnhin.
cool, calculated and methodictr son at he hit a cl an solid double
one-nmer against cerveza Balboa.
The victory was as cold and sadis
tic as a criminal hewing down in
nocent victims. Despite the fact
down the left field foul line.
Watching Humberto tt work and
knowing thai he lives in Colon.
mai nuuuy was nui as siiiiru a? we Decan. to Mink i h n n I nnr
he customarily is, he held the re- sportswise forgotten city. Anyhow.
thanks to Ramon Mendez and
his "go-get-'em" enthusiasm, Colon
will once again be enjoying Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning baseball. Ramon it
puted heavy artillery of the Beer
men ;n harmless abeyance.
This display of pitching which
held the attentioi of a regular the present GM of the current edl edl-sized
sized edl-sized crowd for over three hours lion of the Carta Vieja Yankees
was termed a magnificent and and he is the mouthpiece of a Co Co-courageous
courageous Co-courageous job by several close U Ion syndicate, purchasers and co
me unesteniem migoui. noooy nai sponsors of the Yanks, known offi
oeen pucning wun two mistered
fingers from as earlv as the fourth.
After the game this writer saw the
blisters which wer red and raw
where the epidermis was peeled
off. Even later in talking to us.
he mentioned (just casually) that
the blisters had bothered h i m
somewhat and perhaps was the
reason for the ma-athon playing
Pitching acumen, stout hearted-
ness and just plain pitching abili ability
ty ability went into one of the best pitch pitching
ing pitching stints witnessed here in a long
while. Talking to the opposition
after the game, one would be mis
led into believing that Robinson
was on their side. The praise and
"good things" said about Robby in
the Cerveza Balboa dressing room
cially as Sindicato Deportes, S.A.
Colon's gift from the Panama
Professional League of three three-games
games three-games to be played on consecutive
Sundays beginning this week Dec.
16, seems to us a meager return
for the contribution that Colon is
directly making toward the upkeep
and success of the game tn the"
Isthmus. With the Sindicato, S.A.
with Feliciano Segura as president
co-sponsoring t CV Yanks, th
almost wholly Colon loster of Cer Cer-vexa
vexa Cer-vexa Balboa and the hundred of
fans who cross the Isthmus, It It-would
would It-would lead one to belitve that this
forgotten city deserves more. So
for Mendez, Segura and the Sindi
cato, we extend our c ngratulation
was really a tribute to a good thinfor Colon's three upcoming games.
tfagfa 09k0 0HtJfa 0&ik
Newest" Models just arrived
Manager Kellman and shortstop
Clarence Moore ar the only regu regulars
lars regulars who have not struck out since
the season began. Receiving their
first "K's" Wednesday night were
the Rummies Tony Bartirome, Bill
Kearn and Eddie Phillips, while
the Brewers' Al Pinkston joined
the ranks of the fanned. "Cowboy"
Thorne was responsible for the
Rummies, while a sneaking curve
from the Yankees' Evans Kiileen
caught Pinkston looking.
Herman Charles continue to
pace the hitters on the Cerveza
Balboa team. To date the husky
2 Proud Pearl
4 M. Slioper
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It opened from 6:00 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday for
the convenience ofour
C. Z. patrons, i
for appointment 2-3377.
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galn a-galn for your patronage dur during
ing during the past year.
Velma, Fran, Ida & Maria
Rep. Morgan M. Moulder, (D (D-Mo.
Mo. (D-Mo. ) is among; the 59 passengers
who sailed from New York yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for Cristobal
aboard the Panama liner Ancon.
He is accompanied by his wife
Fifty-nine pasengers are book booked
ed booked to sail on the Ancon for
The complete advance pas passenger
senger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
R. Austin Ackly; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur L. Berry; Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Cardlnale and three chil children;
dren; children; Mrs. Mary E. Campbell;
james unineieison; miss vera
Daley; Miss Mary A. Dillon; Mrs.
Mary Donovan; Miss Katherlne
irt .. a Mrs-
noiici, mis. Ague:, run, wiuiu-
ny Frost; Miss Evelyn Hartley;
jwrs. Neine Hyae;
Miss Kathryn Justlev; Dr. Ja Jacob
cob Jacob and Mrs. A. Kahn; Alex
King; Mrs. Vivian H. King; Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Knowles;
Miss Elizabeth McCabe; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward s. McLean; Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph G. Miller; Rep.
and Mrs. Morgan M.' Moulder
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Mulcahey. Sr.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Mulcahey and 3 children;
Mr. and Mrs. Morris D. Op Op-penheim;
penheim; Op-penheim; Col. and Mrs. E. M.
Peddrick; Mr. 'and Mrs. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin perse; W. M. Price; Mrs.
Enriqueta Solano; Miss Enrlque Enrlque-ta
ta Enrlque-ta Solano; Miss Gloria Solano;
Mrs. George B. H. Stalings; Mrs.
Louise B. Thomas; Dr. Bernard
L. Willeth; Mrs. Willett; Miss
Loueila Z. Wilson; and Dr. and
Mrs. Ernesto Zubleta.
We have 25 cycle motors
for Garrard RC-80 record record-changers,
changers, record-changers, now at the greatly
reduced price of
FOR SALE: Sawing machine
in Mahogany desk. $100.00.
Call Navy 2367 after 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bamboo & Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany dining tabla 540.00, 40
cycle Kenmore washing ma ma-china
china ma-china 525.00. Phona Panama
FOR SALE: TV Westinghouse
17 in tabla modal and stand
$60.00. Phone Albrook 7119.
FOR SALE: Ganaral Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator 8 ft. Good
condition. $75.00. Tel. 3-1863.
Via Porrai 44.
FOR SALE:- Television, RCA
21", $250.00. Phone Curundu,
4183, house 578E, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Dining room
sat. Call Panama 2-0124, from
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 3 3-0112
0112 3-0112 from 6:00 p.m. on.
FOR SALE:- Will exchange
25 cycle Westinghouse clothes
drier, 2 years old, and 25 cycle
Westinghouse refrigerator, 11
cu. Ft., with freeiar compart compartment,
ment, compartment, 2 years old, for similar
60 cycle items in equally good
condition. For sale: 25 cycle
Westinghouse refrigerator, six
years old and 25 cycle Easy
spindriar wishing machine,
both in good condition. Phona
SACRIFICING: New Swedish
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chiffonier and matching bad,
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BANVILLE, 111., Dec. 14 (UP)
ChanuteAir Force base today
placed several blocks of Danville
off limits toiairmenion grtfrfcds
that bawtjy Houses aie so wide
open that householders have to
put signs 01 their homes telling
pleasure seekers to stay out.
Brig. Gen. A. M. Minton, com commander
mander commander of the big Air Force base
30 miles from Danville, climaxed
a year-lone war with Danville
authorities by placing (he area off
limits because of continued com
A Danville minister told United
Press that the off-limits area is
so full of bawdy houses that inno innocent
cent innocent homeowners hung sighs on
their houses reading: "This is a
Danville Mayor Girth :Hick
Lwho first branded Minton's chf
U. tr. xft.1." Vi.i ....
ira auuut ins viiy laai suiuru as
the doings of a "publicity "publicity-seeking"
seeking" "publicity-seeking" general, had no com com-ment
ment com-ment "at this time" op the off off-limits
limits off-limits order.
There are about 15,000 men sta stationed
tioned stationed at Chanute field and they
have long made Danville, a city
of 40,000 persons near the Indiana
line, a favorite liberty spot.
So have students at the Univer University
sity University of Illinois, also 30 miles away.
Hicks has quoted scripture to de defend
fend defend the bawdy houses, saying
"The good book recognized com community
munity community trouble with harlots" and
"Let him who is without sin cast
the first stone."
The Rev. Leonard Oliver said
he knows of at? least nine brothels
CHICAGO, Dec. 14 (UP) The
assistant warden at Cook Coun-
ty .fail. Hans W. Mattrick. added
a new key to his collection to today.
day. today. He was awarded a Phi Be Beta
ta Beta Kappa key by the Illinois
chapter of the nation's top scho scholastic
lastic scholastic society.
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DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
INVESTORS: Wo have a limit-'
ad amount of stock for sale of
the following companies:
Panama Coca Cola $4.00.
Dry Ice Inc. 9.75
Panama Tobacco 11.25
AUERBACH, POLLAK A
Panama 2-0074, Avo. Tivoli 14.
Stud service required. AKC
registered Doberman Pinschor,
Telephone Panama 3-0327.
FOR SALE: Sohmor upright
piano. Excellent condition. 5507
(B) Diablo Hgts. Tel. 2-4478.
FOR SALE: Mullard radio, five
bands, 5 tubes. Used slightly
$60.00. Philips radio-phonograph,
4 bands, brand new and
in perfect condition $140.00.
Amateur transmitter 100W
complete with modulator and
VFO $200.00. High-fidelity
"Heathkit" record player in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Original price
$194.50, now $94.50. Used
"Hoover" Electric Washing Ma Machine;
chine; Machine; very good condition $35. $35.-00.
00. $35.-00. "Whirlpool" gas dryer.
Shopworn. Originally $385-00,
now $230.00 'Leonard" 7 cubic
foot f reeter. Used for about a
year, in very good condition. Ori Original
ginal Original value $395.00, now $195. $195.-00.
00. $195.-00. Phllco radio phonograph,
console. Radio has five hands
and five tubes Three speed
record player. Mahogany. Very
good condition $75.00. "Olym "Olympic"
pic" "Olympic" Television Set, 17" screen
used for very little time $190 -00.
console. Has twelve-inch speak speaker
er speaker and three-speed record player.
Mahogany finish. Very good
condition $95.00. "RCA" Table
Model Radio. Q44, seven
tubes, seven bands; perfect con condition
dition condition $50.00 "Rheem" kero kerosene
sene kerosene stove. 3 burners; originally
$22.50, new $9.95. "Leonard"
autematic defrosting refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 9 cubic, foot in very ood
eondrrioljfle.inal price $525. $525.-00,
00, $525.-00, now 250 00. Zenith table
model radio-phonograph, four
sneeds, almot new $70.00.
"Sylvania" Hi-Fi consolette,
three speakers, table model or,
with stand; mahogany, very
slightly used. Originally $198. $198.-00.
00. $198.-00. now $128.00. Electro-Voice
Sneaker, Model SP 128 12",
wih mahogany cabinet $75.00.
"Toastmaster" automatic toast toaster,
er, toaster, Model IB 16 in perfnrt con condition,
dition, condition, very littfa ue $15. Mo Motor
tor Motor G -20 HP 3 Pr.J 50 Cv Cv-cles,
cles, Cv-cles, 720 RPM $150.00. Motor
Delco W HP AC 60 Cy. 1725
RPM lsrin $30.00, Motor
"Hitre-" 25 evcles, AC 115V 1
amp. $1 5.00. Halman, S.A., Via
FOR SALE:- Smith Wesson
KM now, tercet "rins arid ;
sour hammer, $70.00. Bal.
FOR SALE: Light weight Eng
lUh motor bike. Only driven
1900 mi'es. Like now. $150.00.
Will soil on terms. Phono 83 83-3208.
3208. 83-3208. FOR SALE: Gas hot wW
heater, $90.00. Panama: 3 6871.
House 112-A, Via Espana.
FOR SALE: Birds, canary &
Australian parakeets, various
colors, good sinners 39 St. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista Bldg. 4-14, Panama.
FOR SALE: New portable
17" 40 cycle "Stlvertone" TV
with moveable TV table $130.
5469A Diablo. Tel. 2-1805.
FOR SALE:- Original drift driftwood
wood driftwood Christmas decorations
for homes and shops. Tel. 3 3-4541
4541 3-4541 and 3-4529.
FOR SALE:- Lionel train ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, stainless staol
track. Call Balboa 1423.
FOR SALE: Young singing
canarios and young pot, ra racoon.
coon. racoon. Call 87-7140.
FOR SALE: -Admiral refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator 8 Ft. good condition
$90.00 Central Ave. 2243 Apto.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred del.
matian pups, Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Call 4355.
FOR SALE: Ascot wall gas
water heater almost new $75.00
Tel. 3-6740. Panama.
Couple or single person
with integrity and back background
ground background capable of run running
ning running smaller fine estab establishment.
lishment. establishment. ANSWER WITH FULL
"Future For Right
Box 134, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1955 Nash ramb rambler
ler rambler air-conditioned, automatic
transmission, continental kit
$1,700. Call Lacona 3855. Busi Business
ness Business 84-3257.
1955 Beiairo Chevrolet, excel excellent
lent excellent condition wsw, power
glide, radio. Re : Navy 3178;
Office: Balboa 1500.
FOR SALE:- Dut Paid Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac Station wagon 1955 VS.
Fully equipped. Exceptional
condition. Reasonable. Phono
FOR SALE:- 1950 Pontiae, 4
doors, radio, w-s-w tiros.
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 Willys Ov Overland
erland Overland duty paid. Excellent
condition. Tel. Panama 3-4740.
After 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air Sport Coupe two-tone,
radio, E-Z glass, W-S tiros, ve very
ry very low mileage, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1900. Tel. Balboa 4352.
FOR SALE:- $1,800 latter of
credit on a 1957 Ford product,
for $1,650. One automatic 25
cycle record player, 78 RPM.
Very good. Phono Bal. 2-3069.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman Du Duty
ty Duty paid first reasonable offer
accepted. Cristobal 2302, Rud Rudolf.
olf. Rudolf. Coast Guard Cheeks
Pink After Losing
Seaman lo US Navy
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Coast Guard was embarrass embarrassed
ed embarrassed todav bv a Snafu in which
one of its men transferred himself
to the wavy and Jgot away with it
for two months.
During his "naval career." Seii
man Paul Hudson,1 19, of Biloxi.
Miss., promoted himself to boat-
swain first class and assienerl
himself to the New York Naval
smipyard, Brooklyn, to be near his
A spokesman for the Coast
Guard said "officials are investi investigating
gating investigating the case and it will be a
few days before we know whether
or not charges will (be filed."
The Navy said any action is up
to me uiasi uuara.
According to the Coast Guard!
Hudson began his double military
lite bept. 25, when he appeared at
the Navy Yard with a set of
altered papers identifying him as
a Navy boatswain's mate. No one
questioned the papers, and for al almost
most almost two months he posed as a
Navy superiors thought so much
of Hudson they assigned him to.
escort prisoners to the Navy yard
trom upstate new xorx cities, un
aware he nao Deen nsiea as a
Coast Guard deserter since Oct. 25
after failing to report for duty at
New London, Conn.
Hudson's masauerade ended ab
ruptly Sunday when his identifica identification
tion identification card, which he forgot to alter,
"THE SCARLET HOUR" NEXT
AT CENTRAL THEATRE
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The next attraction at the Central will be the suspense suspense-drama,
drama, suspense-drama, Paramount, "THE SCARLET HOUR." Carol Ohmart,
called the most sensational find of recent years, stars along
with Tom Tryon, Jody Lawrence. Nat "King" Cole guest guest-stars.
stars. guest-stars. The taut tale of love and murder, produced and di directed
rected directed by Michael Curtii. wag filmed in a revolutionary new
Vista Vision process. Miss Ohmart, whose unusual face and
breathtaking figure have graced a doien pages of Life,
"Pageant" and other national publications recently, will oe
seen as a seductive, unhappily married young wife in love
with her husband's employe. James Gregory and Elaine
Stritch of Broadwav are featured. "THE SCARLET HOUR
OPENS AT THE CENTRAL ON DECEMBER 19.
WANTED: Cook with refer references.
ences. references. Familiar With American
food. Cocoli Clubhouse, Cocoli.
WANTED: COOK for commer commercial
cial commercial establishment, mala or
female. Answer with reference
to "Interior, competent only"
Box 433, Panami.
WANTED: Experienced cook,
Good salary. Bring references.
Must sloop in. For further in information
formation information apply Sterling's Gar Garage,
age, Garage, 14th Street A Bolivar Ave,
house No. 13,200, Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished cholot
2 bedrooms, 7th street No, 24
Golf Heights. Tel. 3-4244.
FOR RENT: Cholot, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th Street, Golf
Heights. Phono 2-2407 or 3-3441.
WANTED: Dog Boxor typo up
to 3 months old, 40th street No.
2-54 or call Tel. 3-4387.
FOR RENT: Attractive room,
furnished, cleaning service. Es Es-tudiante
tudiante Es-tudiante street No. 2247, Apt A,
above "Panaderi Ancon."
FOR RENT: Furnished room
$5.00 and $4.00 weekly. Ernesto
Lofevre Avenue No, 32, Par Par-quo
quo Par-quo Lefevro.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
American bachelor or Euro European.
pean. European. Estudiante street No.
14-29 Apt. 3.
Stalemated In GM,
PONTIAC. Mich. Dec. 14 (UP)
Company and union officials
were scneauiea 10 renew enoris
today to end a strike which alrea already
dy already has Idled 6,500 workers and will
idle 10,000 more if it is npt settled
Some 4,300 workers at the Fish Fisher
er Fisher Body Division of General Mot Motors
ors Motors Corp. left their jobs Tuesday
to protest alleged speedups. The
Fisher plant is the sole source of
aut bodies for the Pontiae Motor
Division and the lack of bodies
1 11 .1 . 1 r
caused 2,200 workers at that plant
to be laid-off. Company officials
said 10,000 other Pontiae workers
will be laid-off Monday if the strike
is not settled by then.
Negotiations between GM and U-
nited Auto Workers officials broke
off late last night when no settle settlement
ment settlement was reached but the bargain bargainers
ers bargainers said they planned to meet a a-gain
gain a-gain today.
KARACHI, Pakistan (UP)
Princ Gholam R e z a Pahlevi,
brother of the Shah of Iran, suffer suffered
ed suffered minor bruises today when he
was thrown from an elephant.
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment good location Avo. Peru
38-14. Information Phone 3-0088.
FOR RENT: Apartment, build building
ing building recently built: 2 bedrooms,
oil modern conveniences. El
Cangrejo. Eusobio A. Morales
No. 5. $125.00. Phono 3-0579,
FOR RENT: 2-btdroo apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main room has air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar with
stools, dining room, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrace, storage
room maid's room with bath,
garage, all screened. For fur further,
ther, further, information call 3-0415,
FOR RENT:- Furnished Apt.
all conveniences. Inspected,
aereonod. Via Espana, house
before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, 2
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, bathroom, kitchen,
porch $45.00. Via Porras No. 44
FOR RENT: From January
first 1957. Modern one bod bod-room
room bod-room apartments in buidling
being constructed. "J" street
El Cangrejo. $80.00. Telephone
FOR RENT: Apartments I I-deal
deal I-deal location El Cangrejo furn furnished
ished furnished or unfurnished. Phono 3 3-5692.
5692. 3-5692. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom .kitchen screen
ed. Tiled. $55.00 apply No. 112
Via Belisario Porras, near
FOR RENT:- Furnished or
unfurnished apartment, living
room, dining room, 2 bedrooms
stove refrigerator. Bella Vista
43rd stroet No. 44.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining-sitting room,
screened. $40.00. Belisario Po Porras
rras Porras No. 54, Key apartment 2.
Information 2-2316; 3-0234.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED:- Police dog pup puppies.
pies. puppies. Call Tom Lindo, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-1441, during office hours.
WANTED: Spinet piano of
quality in good condition. Tel.
Fairchild Panama 3-5320.
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FOR SALE.:- Lots in El Coco
del Mar in front of ocean. 3 lots
each approximately 500 square
meters or all 3 lots ean be sold
s one lot. Price $4.75 per met met-r.
r. met-r. Write Box 1757, Panama
for appointment or call 3-1544.
Soerotaria! position wanted:
Young lady, bilingual, U.S. col col-go
go col-go greduate, 2 years experi experience,
ence, experience, available January It.
Exposition neighborhood pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Advise interview date
box 4149, P.n.m,.
Featured rti 1 1
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On exhibit at th nan.rara
Armed Forces Service Center to today
day today Is the ceramic art as Inter Interpreted
preted Interpreted by R. K. Morris. The ex exhibit
hibit exhibit will, continue until Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Dec. 29.
Morris is well known to resi
dents of Panama and the canal
Zone. His art, which becomes
increasingly more Interesting
each year due to a greater depth
oi undemanding of his subject,
needs but a comment, and that
in praise of his work.
On display are ceramics that
won praise and ribbons for their
creator recently In the 15th
Annual isthmian Community
Art Show held last month at
the Tivoli Quest House ball
room, in addition, there has
been added to the exhibit cop
per and basket weaving de designs.
An interesting note of ae dis display
play display fls that Some of',the objects
were made from clay gathered
in the back yard of the home of
the artist, whose success an be
attributed to his knowledge of
color blends. A richness of con
trasting shades elves to the ob
jects a greater luster ana a more
pronounced and distinctive fine
that worK iorcmiy on me ima-
Swiss Croup Namos
Two New Off icers
BERN. Switzerland, Dec. 14
(UP) The Swiss Parliament to
day elected Dr. Hans Streuil, 64
year-old finance minister, as pres president
ident president of the Swiss Confederation
A joint meeting of the Federal
Assembly also named Dr. ThOm ThOm-ic
ic ThOm-ic Hnlrnst.pin fiO. to be vice oresi-
dent. Holenstein is head of the
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WHAT BtAVTliS . WHAT BARGAINS .
and tho easiest terms you've tver seen!
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Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
firvina viatiA.. C.
houses. Phone Thompson,
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mar; use Dost bathing beach
tnces Moderate cheat
new management is anxious
rrlfLLIPS Orm.m.lJ. f.
Clara. Bex 435,
mono Panim 1-1071 f.
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for Nellie Teresa Morgan,
She was also charged
nnnfealinrr hpr itfpntit.v anrl
of the property Involved in
When her case was first
ed, she" pleaded not guilty
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IN INDEPENDENT tHE. DAIIY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people
nri.KSTINO A. CAMA-
'iw' of the Panama Nation-
-l nnarri received an honorary
membership In the 20th W W-Sntry
Sntry W-Sntry Regiment's Sykes' Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars this morning. During
the 20th infantry's regimental
JHarade at Fort Kobbe. Maj.
Camarena received the mem membership
bership membership for "his aid to and co cooperation
operation cooperation with the regimental
units at Rio Hato." (U.S. Ar Army
my Army Photo).
Joins US Army
At Fort Kobbe
The 20th infantry Regiment
held a regimental parade this
morning at 9:30 at Fort Kobbe.
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general of USAR USAR-CARIB,
CARIB, USAR-CARIB, reviewed the parade and
Maj. Celestino A- Camarena of
the Panama National Guard was
made an honorary member of
participating troops Included
all personnel assigned and at attached
tached attached to the 20th Infantry with
the exception of those units
performing vital operational and
security missions. In adition to
units stationed at Fort Kobbe,
detachments Uoui oi t
:of the 7th Ar
an an aertai in
fey two H-fts and three L-19s,
trailing red, white and blue
DENVER, Dec. 14 (UP) Del Del-tner
tner Del-tner Roubideaux, 43, received a
check for three cents as his
share of profits from Sioux tri tribal
bal tribal land enterprises on the Rose
bud Reservation in outh Dako-
11 cost, nuuDiaeaux a aime to
h the check.
Iveather Or Not
5w Tit. .1... l.. 4L. 1A
urj ending 8 a m. today, u sr-
rd by the Meteorological and
ydrographic Branch of the Pan-
mg Canal Company:
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know the truth and the country it $afeu Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY,
Eden Comes Out
LONDON, Dec. 14 (UP)
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
returns today from a three three-week
week three-week rest in Jamaica fit,
sun-tanned and in trouble again
over British and American rela relations.
tions. relations. The latest tempest swirled
around the refusal of U.S. Lt.
Gen. Raymond Wheeler, the
United Natfons salvage chief,
to use French and British sal salvage
vage salvage crews in clearing the
The flareup overshadowed
Israel Refuses to Leave Sinai
If Egyptians Reoccupy Area
LONDON. Dec. 14 (UP)-Offi-
cial Israeli sources said today in
Jerusalem that Israel would not
withdraw further from the Sinai
peninsula until it received Unit-
ed Nations guarantees' Egypt
would not reoccupy the area.
The unprecedented Israel offi official
cial official comment came as British
and French troops virtually
completed their withdrawal from
The United Nations Emergen Emergency
cy Emergency Force (UNEF) moved into a
buffer zone to prevent new anti anti-Allied
Allied anti-Allied outbreaks in the tense
Isratli officials said they
would make it clear to Mai.
Qen: E. I. M. Burns, head of
the UNEF. that Israel had a a-greed
greed a-greed to, withdraw from the
Sinai only in favor of the U.N.
forces and not Egyptians.
The sources said continued
withdrawal may be hinged on
this condition which they said
was not being carried out.
The officials said Egyptian
troops had been advancing with
a Yugoslav motorized regiment.
Dies In Hew Jersey
Francis J. Moumblow. who re
tired from Canal Service last
Auaust. died last night in Mom
clair. New Jersey, where he had
gone to make his home. He was
37 vears old.
News of Mr. Moumoiow s aeain
was received by friends on the
Isthmus and no details were re received
ceived received of his illness. So far as
was known among friends on
the Isthmus, he had been in ex excellent
cellent excellent health.
At the time of his retirement.
Mr. Moumblow was control house
supervisor at Gatun Locks where
he had been employed for over
25 years. A native of South Pea Pea-body,
body, Pea-body, Massachusetts, he came to
the Isthmus in June 1927 when
he was employed as wireman in
the Electrical Division.
He was transferred to the
Locks Division within a year af after
ter after joining the Canal organiza organization
tion organization and all of his service until
his retirement was at Gatun
Locks where he was promoted
successively to towine locomotive
operator, junior control house
operator, lockmaster, and control
Before his employment by the
Canal, Mr. Moumblow had serv served
ed served 11 years in the United States
During his residence in the
Canal Zone, he and his wife, who
died about two years ago. took
an active part in community ac activities
tivities activities on the Atlantic side.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post at Oatun is named in hon
or of his son. Lt. Garvvn H.
Moumhlnw. who was killed while
sc-vlntr in the TT S. Atr Fnrre.
Mr. MrmmMow Is survived bv
one son. Keith, a sen'r Htn"nt
ef Oklahoma A. and M. Univer University.
sity. University. Hare-Rizer
FTLI er)ALK, Mich. Dec. 14
CUB Alan Davis eave two
hnners permission to hunt on
h)s farm while he was away.
When he retrnert he fond a
rabbit, dressed nd r'adv for
cooking, in a kettle on Ms stove.
No one needs worry obout lock
of democracy in higher educo educo-Hoa
Hoa educo-Hoa Even the best-paid fullbacks
ai en i snotx, m,.
DECEMBER 14, 1958
of Jamaican Corner to Fight
With International Buzzsaw
other serious problems facing
Eden and threatened a new re
volt in his own Conservative
One Conservative Member of
Parliament even offered a mo motion
tion motion of "no confidence" in
However a compromise report reported
ed reported from the Paris NATO meet meeting
ing meeting on the use of Anglo-French
salvage may ease the situation.
High diplomatic sources in
Paris said a plan had been work worked
ed worked out whereby six Anglo-French
repairing the roads and clearing
The Israeli statement follow
ed a mass meeting last night of
the Nationalist HeVut Labor Fe
deration demanded retention of
the Gaza Strip and a halt to the
The semi-official Jerusalem
Post, which usually mirrors gov
ernment thinking, said the Is
rael agreement with the United
Nations on withdrawal does not
provide for the return of the E E-gyptians
gyptians E-gyptians and that such action
will introduce a "new factor."
Children Will Sing
For Hiss Jacobs
The annual Christmas music
program to be given Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock by the pu
pils of the Ancon Elementary
School will be dedicated to Miss
Florence Jacobs, former princi
pal of the school,
Miss Jacobs, who retired from
service about two years ago, ar arrived
rived arrived on the Isthmus recently to
spend the holidays with frier s.
All of the pupils from grades
one to six will take part in the
Ancon program which will be
held in the playground directly
back of the school. The sinn!ig
will be accompanied by Mrs. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Peterson.
The complete program follows:
"Here We Come A-Carolintt."
grades 5 & 6: "O Come All Ye
Faithful," all carolers; "The
First Noel." all carolers: "Under
the Stars." all carolers: "AwaV in
a Manger." grades 1 and 2;
"Winds Through J; he Olive
Trees," grades 1 and 2; "In Beth Bethlehem."
lehem." Bethlehem." grades 2; "The Candle
Song." grades 2: "Mary and Jo Joseph,"
seph," Joseph," grades 3 and 4; "Son of
Praise," grades 3 and 4: "The
Birthday of a King," grades S
and 6: "Cantioue de Noel,"
erades 5 and 6: "Angels We
Have Heard On H1h." grade? 5
and 6,- "Silent Nieht," all chil children;
dren; children; "We W'sh You A Merry
Christmas,'' all children.
Ne- Fn Route
To DC Conference
NEW DELHI. Dec. 14 (UP)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh Nehru
ru Nehru left today by plane for Wash
ington and talks with President
Eisenhower that India hopes
will bring about an immediate
and closer understanding be
tween the two countries.
Nehru, who arrives in Wash
ington Sunday for a three-dav
visit, was expected to discuss
with the President the whole
ranse of world affairs, with par particular
ticular particular emnhasls of Hungary and
the Mid East.
They Can Communicate, And To Hell With Spelling
Snorts Critic of American Youngsters' Education
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP)
Sen. Ralph E. Flanders (R-Vt)
complained ftoday that progres progressive
sive progressive education in the public
schools is equipping American
youngsters for life in an ant hiU.
Admitting rueflly that the edu educational
cational educational system was developed by
a Vermonter, John Dewey, the
senator said it is based on the
theory: "They can communicate,
anc" to hell with the spelling."
"Our -educational system is a
shambles," Flanders moaned.
"It's in the hands of professors of
a pseudo science of education
(who believe that) it's not import important
ant important that the student understand
mathematics, jus so long as he
is working hard at it."
Flanders delivered his "little
speech" at a House-Senate sub-
salvage craft would be used with
their crews but without the
usual escorting naval vessels.
The crews of the Aed ves vessels
sels vessels would wear United Na Nations
tions Nations badges and operate un under
der under the overall responsibility
of the United Nations.
There was no immediate re reaction
action reaction in London to the reports.
Sir Anthony and Lady Eden
left Montego Bay by plane yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon with a dec declaration
laration declaration he intended to stay
as prme minister and see the
country through its darkest
hour since World War II.
Eden had weathered one par party
ty party crisis while on vacation when
the Conservative's Suez rebels
balked at Britain's decision to
pull their invasion troops out of
the Canal Zone.
Anglo American relations
reached a low at the time.
Saucers are Real,
Says Song, Pilot;
II Ziq-Zagged by
MIAMI, Dec. 14 (UP) Those
flying saucers are back again.
A radar expert for Pan Ameri
can Airways here reported that he
spotted an unidentified flying ob object
ject object on his screen Nov. S which
zipped over boutn Florida at an
estimated 4,000 miles per hour.
The radar man, Donald Free
stone, said the object was "four
or five times larger" than any
aircraft observed in the past
Freestone said six other Pan
American radar experts confirmed
his observation. They watched the
object zig-zag through the sky for
He described the object as egg egg-shaped
shaped egg-shaped or oval-shaped and said it
first appeared 65 miles southwest
of Miami at ah altitude of 7,000
to 8,000 feet, going about 600 miles
"I didn't believe in such things
before," Freestone said. "But aft after
er after this happened I got some books
and read u on it. Now I'm con convinced
vinced convinced it was something that is
out of our experience, as far as
aircraft is concerned.
Giant rockets, such as the Vik Viking
ing Viking which was fired last week at
the guided missile test center at
Cane Canaveral, 200 miles north
of Miami, are believed capable of
attaining speeds up to 4,000 miles
So's Who, Will,
BRUNSWICK, Me., Dec. 14 -People
shouldn't worry sq much a a-bout
bout a-bout their grammar, says a college
. "If you say "I" when you should
say "me," or vice versa,, forget
about it. That's the advice of Dr.
Ellsworth Barnard of Bowdoin Col College.
lege. College. Barnard proposed that high
schools throughout the country re revamp
vamp revamp their English courses to
teach rules "that conform to ac actual
tual actual usage." She suggested that
ancient rules and the finer points
of English grammar be ditched.
"Anything is all right if it fits
the occasion and expresses the in
tended thought. Any large group
of people sets its own standards.
Factory workers, speaking gener generally,
ally, generally, don't talk like college pro professors.
fessors. professors. And, frankly, there is no
reason why they should pay any
attention to the fine points of
He said it makes no difference
whether a person uses "who"
when he should have said
"whom," or "will" when "shall"
committee hearing on foreign ec economic
onomic economic policy. Present as witnes witnesses
ses witnesses was an expert panel of three
university professors, an econo economist,
mist, economist, and a banker.
Dr. Milton Katz of the Harvard
University law school set Flan Flanders
ders Flanders off with a plea for improved
education to improve this coun country's
try's country's position in its struggle with
"If you get first-rate people in
the teaching profession, this eye eyewashthis
washthis eyewashthis garbage will be elim eliminated"
inated" eliminated" he told Flanders. "But
don't get me stirred up."
Flankers machinist, drafts draftsman,
man, draftsman, designer, editor, engineer,
executive and banker before his
appointment to the senate in
1946 needed no further
AGGRESSOR FORCE from JWTC stands with hands against
they tried unsuccessfully to break through
Pity the Army
Climaxing five weeks of train training
ing training at the Jungle Warfare
Training Center at Fort Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, the second battalion wound
up a six day exercise and the
training cycle Saturday morn morning,
ing, morning, with an all-out assault on
Commanded by Lt. Col. John
H. Campbell, the battalion cov covered
ered covered an area of fjfty-five miles
on foot. Patrol activity included
an aditlonal fifty square miles.
The problem began at Fort Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, cut through the jungle a a-cross
cross a-cross the Chagres River and in inland
land inland to Gatun Lake.
The course of the maneuver
led the battalion through dense
jungle and consequently most
of ithe movement was on foot.
'Casualties" were taken to the
rear to Fort Sherman where,
after a four hour waiting period
and proper processing, wiey
served as repiacemeute af affront
front affront line, Ammunition was re requisitioned
quisitioned requisitioned from front line posi positions
tions positions and transported over the
rough terrain without benefit
of motorization, adding realism
to the problem.
New Sun Tan Pills
Can Induce Cancer,
Skin Doctor Warns
CHICAGO, Dec. 14(UP-A
New York physician has charg charged
ed charged that indiscriminate use of
newly-developed sun tan pills
can induce skin cancer in sus susceptible
ceptible susceptible persons.
nr Korman B. Kanof of New
York University's post graduate
medical school saia ine piu,
sold to promote quick sun tans,
contain an agent known s 8 8-mop
mop 8-mop which is dangerous to some
Kanof spoke yesterday at the
final session of the American
Academy of Dermatology and
Spyhilology meeting here.
He said the pills are bought
by persons to hasten and perpe perpetuate
tuate perpetuate their -banker's tan" dur during
ing during quick winter vacations in
He said the agent 8-mop is de derived
rived derived from a plant found in
Egypt and was used thousands
of years ago to treat vitiligo, a
skin disease characteried by
He said the compound sensi sensitizes
tizes sensitizes the skin to sunlight
through photochemical reaction.
Indiscriminate use of the pills
however, could 'result in over overexposure
exposure overexposure and lead to skin can can-cre,
cre, can-cre, Kanof said.
Another speaker, Dr. A. Har Harvey
vey Harvey Neidorff of Altoona, Pa.,
said cases of dermatitis that
break out at Christmas time
might be due to trimming the
Neidorff said some persons are
allergic to trees as well as weeds,
and break out Into various kinds
of skin ailments upon touching
He assailed Teachers College of
Columbia University as the foun
tainhead from which he said the
tide of progressive education has
flowed out to schools all over the
He said the theory, as he gets
it, is that schooling must be
"student based", rather thao
This means, he said, that the
educational process is geared to
communal living (nothing to do
with comunism, he emphasized)
where decisions are arrived at hy
a consensus and without any par
ticular reference to fact.
"In other words our children
are bc'ng trained to live in ant
hills, he said.
roadblock set up
Aggressor! He's Lost Again at JWTC;
Second Battalion Regulars Turn War Trick
One of the highlights of the
battalion's advance was the
crossing of the Chagres River.
On the morning of the third day
of the problem, Dec. 5th, assault
boats threaded 'their way past
submerged and floating logs
down the narrow Rio CoAgo to
the Chagres. Under the cover of
heavy fire the men of the Sec Second
ond Second Battalion were quickly fer ferried
ried ferried across to the cover of the
jungle on the far bank of the
Chagr.es where they overpower overpowered
ed overpowered an agressor installation. From
there they moved down to the
beach and captured a detach
ment of aggressors left behind
as beach guards, cutting of the
line of supply of the aggressor
Solons Will Probe
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP) -The
Senate Interna! Security Sub
committee will hold a hearing next
Monday on alleged Communist ac activity
tivity activity by Americans employed by
the United Nations Educ a t i o n
Scientific, and Cultural Organiza
tion (UNESCO) and other interna
The subcomiitee said it is try
ing to determine whether legisla
tion Is necessary "to cope with the
problem of disloyalty by Amerl
cans employed by International or
Representatives from the State
Department and the Civil Service
Commission's International Em Employes,
ployes, Employes, Loyalty Board are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to testify.
The subcommittee said it invit invited
ed invited seven former UNESCO employ employes
es employes to attend. They were dismissed
after refusing to testify before the
Teen-Agers Find Con Games
Fo Their Tastes, Sftrfes Keef
NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 14 Juvei
niles are becoming increasingly in involved
volved involved in confidence rackets, vice
and other crimes, Sen. Estes Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver (D-Tenn) said on the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of two days of hearings
Kefauver said after his three three-man
man three-man subcommittee has studied
testimony of the hearing, it prob probably
ably probably will recommend legislation
to give federal authorities juris
diction in confidence game cases.
The Tennessee snator also snt
hearing tfanscripts to heads of
three federal banking agencies in
Washington for study and possible
action to protct savings accounts
from confidence predators.
Kefauver suggested providing a
waiting period of 24 hours before
action to protect savings accounts
could be withdrawn.
The hearing, which had heard
from victims and former "con"
operators how a nationwide ring
fleeces millions yearly from gulli gullible
ble gullible persons, concluded with testi testimony
mony testimony by Harry DuPree, former
New York State parole supervisor.
DuPree called for a federal law
to permit the FBI to enter con confidence
fidence confidence cases.
Philadelphia Dist. Atty Victor
Blanc told the subcommittee
adults and parents must take a
major share of the responsibility
for a recent vice scandal in his
city. A series of arrests exposed
teen-age prostitution, nude night
swimming parties and a heavy
traffic in pronographic pictures.
Ernest A. Mitlet, counsel, for
the subcommittee, said' an esti estimate
mate estimate of a 5-million dollar annual
harvest by the, nationwide swindle
ring was bated on the fleecings
reported to police, and that "the
take probably is larger."
Mitler said "con -game" king kingpins
pins kingpins were Moses Stevens of Los
ARgeles; John Freeman, New
York; Charles Burnett, Cleveland;
wire after being captured. These
by G Company under the command of Capt. Robert S. Me-
It was not solely with rivers
and aggressor forces that the
men of the Second Battalion
met resistance. At one point
G Company found it their re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility to lay three and
one-half miles of telephone
wire. Coming upon two horses
in a field the men of G Com Company
pany Company tried fastening the rolls
of wire on the backs of the an animals,
imals, animals, hoping to facilitate
their problem. But after a
struggle of an hour and a half
without proper equipment for
such an operation and with
horses untutored in the ways
of jungle warfare the men re removed
moved removed the rolls of wire from
the backs of the bucking hors horses
es horses and the horses retired to
their feld wondering at the
strange Ways of men
Other noteworthy adventures
with the animal world included
encounters with alligators and a
seven foot snake. No one was a a-ble
ble a-ble to identify the species to
which the snake belonged since
none like It had been seen be before.
fore. before. However, lt was examined
and found to be nonpoisonous.
The final assault found an
augmented aggressdr force of
250 men with their backs a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the. Gatun Dam and no
D.A. Asks Arrest
Of Ann Sheridan
MEXICO CITY, Dec. $4 (UP) -The
district attorney's office is
sued a warrant for the arrest of
actress Ann Sheridan Wednesday
in connection with an adultery
charge lodged against her by the
estranged wife df Mexican actor
In formal charges filed more
than a month ago, Jeanine Cohen
Acosta asserted her husband and
Miss Sheridan shared a "love
nest" in a swank Mexico City
William (Bunky) Wilson, Pitts
burgh, and the late Harvey Cald-
well, of Cleveland and Los
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aggressors were captured at
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mpnns nf excanp fvc pnt: thrruiS
sors made three aesDjjate
but all three failed, due to
Second Battalion's command
the routes of escape. The eriti
aggressor force was elthet
ed" or captured.
50 Detectives Silt
Clues in Gangland
Slaying of NY'er
NEW YORK Dec. 14 (UP)
l ii f hi v i hc ,umx a
questioned business associates
Mpvr MPfitpr r.nnnv mr as
1 1 1 1.1 1 I II A XWI1K iHUU'AL V IK III
lac yesterday. He had been t
four times In the back of
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ivtesiers ooav was iou
slumped on the right side of
front seat. His wallet was in
left hand. It contained $65
An expensive watch and
links were not disturbed.
motive for the shooting and
His brother, president of
oil company was reported
leads on tough characters
highly competitive business.
v ",iir uu. wn.n t n.fr i ir.Mu
lv. He lived In a 140.000 home
Woodmere, a wealthy Long
his body at, the icene of
shooting. He was a granrifatr.
"nd hs-d two children. Charll
29, and a daughter, Mrs. Ja
OF THE MOREMMA'