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PAITILLA AIRPORT TO GO,
HOUSING AREA PLANNED
A luce housing area patterned after the Exposition dis district
trict district is being; planned by the Panama government on PaitiNa
Point, formerly used as a defense site by the U.S. armed forces.
The plan will go into effect as soon as the U.S. Congress
approves the return of Paitilla and other areas agreed upon
in the new Panama -U.S. treaty to Panama's jurisdiction.
The plan contemplates equipping the area with all mod modern
ern modern conveniences, aimed at taking full advantage of the cool
J I ..... L..t Km -.1.3.
also heine rontemDlated la
he construction of a hotel
overlooking the sea at paitilla
Point alter tne nousing areas
lave been assigned.
The' nroDosed housing area
ill extend from Paitilla Point
the section now occupied by
the Marcos oelabert Airport,
vhlch will be closed down.
Another project on wnicn
imrlr will start, as soon as Con-
tress aerees to the return of
E ..in . m . u
paiuiia to panama, wui oe vuo
xtension of Avenida Balboa,
think nnw ends Inst, at. the
Street adjoining the U.S. Embas
f ilh Top Leaders
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Dec.
15 (UP) Provisional President
RTiaenh Nommirc Pierre I .nil is
hrmcultarf tnn UafH lpftHprs tnriflV
In an effort to form a new coali coalition
tion coalition cabinet.
Pierre Louis, who assumed
power after President raw e.
Magloire resigned and went into
fexlle, said he planned to with withdraw
draw withdraw armed soldiers from the
hanit.nl streets now that the
trouble was ended. He said the
tiny country was back to nor-
' Stores shnm trasnline sta-
ilons, newspapers and other con-
nation-wide strike against Ma-
noire resumea normal auuvity
Eden Back to Work,
Remains Under Fire
Bui's Rested for It
LONDON. Die 15 CTTPV Si.
Anthonv Eden, vnwins tn mutiny
on as British prime minister de-
spue attacks from within and with without
out without his own party, plunged quick quickly
ly quickly into official work todav in order
to maintain firm control of the
Eden flew in ve.sterdav frnm
three weeks rest in Jamaica,
wnere ne was recovering from "se
He IS SDendine the weekend at
his country home at Chenners
Where he will be orrunied with nf
ficial papers. His first appearance
in the House of Commons is sched
uled for next Monday or Tuesday
Last mgnt ne saw his Cabinet
colleagues, including conservative
maiontv leader R A Rutler and
Lord Salisbury, government lead
er in the House of Lords and one
of Eden's closest advisors.
Eden said yesterday be was
convinced that history would nrovA
Britain right in its policy of inter intervention.
vention. intervention. He also said the govern
ment had been united "in all these
months' and would "stay united
in the difficulties ahead."
With Mother, Sails
For United States
New Suez Plan
Zonians to Eat
Less Red Tape,
guuai uuiwnmxco raw. w
ejdie and Dr. Francois Duval
per 10 assist in tne ibsk in .uw
rtg a coalition caoinei
Pierre Louis, who assumed
leadership as Chief Justice of
the Supreme court, pledged
Inuutlf and his aovernment to
restore nonulttr confidence in
governmental authority and
promised to noia iair ana tree
presidential elections next April
Snow, Sleet, Rains
Endanger New York
Ind Claim 8 Lites
Boston, dec. 15 (UP) A balky
rinPthoQctnr turripH tfi step! find
ain today after dumping up to 10
mm ...... ir Tn.! -i i
inches ot snow on new iMigianu.
f'olice reported a rash of auto ac ac-idents.
idents. ac-idents. including several fatali-
The (term, which alio reached
I inta unne r New York Stat
l.-l.ime t lu,t .inht iliiu
Two men died at Bristol, Conn.
others died in a head-on acci
t at Raynham, Mass., and one
l was killed on the Mernt rark-
v near Stamford
The storm also made drivincr hi
larrinns in nnner New York State
; least tnree upstate auto deaths
ma men on slippery mgn
.asuallies On Rebels
ALGIERS. Dec. 15 (UP) Afr-
lupported French colonial in
fantrymen cut off a heavily
armed rebel band and inflicted
heavy" casualties near the Algerian-Tunisian
litary officials reported to-
The engagement, described as
In "lmnortant" one raced all
Lfternon and into the night in
ruggeo eastern Algerian
untains near Tebessa. ins
lies south of Bone.
Officials said the exact ea-
lualties figures were not. vet. a.
m . r I trim ucrouiis :
rauawe. But tney cl&lmed rebel activities.
. - r
sia. will leave
M States where her mt
ised her "the biggest
Tne tWO-veir old oir w re
united with her mother, Mrs. He
lena uiaczok of Detroit, m a se
cret rendezvous Thursdav nieht it
was announced today.
She was taken tn her mother
from the Soviet, emhaaav whore
she was kept for two months with
ner latner, Russian-born Alexis
Chwastov. nendinir a rnstndv hear.
ing in a British court.
A friend at the home at which
Mrs. Diaczok was stavinc con
firmed that mother and daughter
were reunited. They last saw each
other in a Philadelphia bus station
Mrs. DiaPTnlr smntharsrl tier
daughter with kisses and dance
witn joy at the reunion. "I began
to think T would never Dat her
back, she said "hut nnw uun.
, ., .. j-
uimx is wonaeriui."
Justice Sir Henrv Wvnn.Pi
Thursdiy night ordered Tanya's
turncoat Russian refugee father to
return tne cnud to her 24-year old
mother. Chwastov m hia
to Russia two .months ago with the
cmia wnen tne British courts inter inter-vened
vened inter-vened at the request of the Church
Grime Don't Pay
CHICAGO. Tier, is firm
Laurie Saviano. 23. thinks a
purse snatcher gypped himself
when he returned her nor.itet-
Miss Saviano said it, cost, the
remorseful bandit m rent. n
postage and baggage check fee
to return the bag. The only cash
in the purse, 20 cents, was not
Civic Council nffMals haw
been told that those issues which
most vitally concern the Zonian
his eatine. housing and travel
will he, in the future, made
more easily understood with less
Gov. William IS. Potter In
meeting with the Council presi presidents,
dents, presidents, past presidents and other
representatives of both U.S.-cit-
izen and nori-cltizen councils,
Vesterdav outlined a nrnpram nn
the affairs of commissary prices
and stocks, housing and trans
At the same time, he sug suggested
gested suggested the Councils set up a
watchdog committee on pric pricing
ing pricing and commissary goods.
The Potter suggestion was fa favorably
vorably favorably received.
The meeting which took the
place of the regular monthly
town meeting, was held in the
Board Room of the Administra
Another proposal made by the
governor was that more action
and less channelled red tape
would De made If the town meet meetings
ings meetings Were alternated with
monthly sessions similar to the
one yesterday. This, too, was met
with general favor.
Under the nlstn. one month
Potter would meet with Council
representatives and t
The watchdog committee
would keep tabs on the prices
and stock of commissaries. The
administration is currently
working, Potter told the group,
on a price inden which will re replace
place replace the now-used "market
n m mm m u
VACATION'S OVER President Eiaanhower gestures as he
boards his plane in Augusta, Ga., for a flight to Washington
The Chief Executive has Just ended 17 days of work and golf
. at the Augusta National Golf Club.
FOR IKE TALK;
Pistol, Yes; Presley, No; as
The new standard would he is
sued monthly and would he haa.
ed on the Department of Labor's
cost oi living index. The first
Index is expected to be ready in
The other committees on hom
ing, civic beautification and
'transportation re not new; but
they were discussed at the meeting.
The Margarita housine prolect
program has been made avail available
able available to the Margarita Council
for comment and study.
In transportation, the problem
of better buses and better bus
schedules is beine worked nn:
and the administration, Potter
said, would welcome any and all
suggestions on the subjects.
Admiral At Goraas
After Rushed Trip
But Resting 'Well'
Rear Adm. Clarence L. C. Atke-
son. commandant of the ist.h Na
val District, was rushed to Gorgas
hnxnital last niffht. It ia under.
stand he was bleeding internallv
w.ri.. ti.;. -ft- : ....
ed from the VIP suite where he is
a patient that the admiral was
An elderly gentleman, oossiblv better. There were two and
iye codcea to the luture, went lor 50centg or less, a
iwo duvs note on &one spetetv
ontaining two boxes of r
-11 .. LA -:UL
Per ten cents he bouohti
complete set of false teem, and
for another stvtnty-five 20 plugs
of Panamanian made chewing
He chuckled haoDilv after each
buy, and sent his grandson (a
snit in' imaec vnn micht wvt in
the desk where his newiy-purchas-
ea merchandise was waiting.
Those two items were nart nf
some three dozen unclaimed arti
cles sold according to law, with
the money realized from the bid bidding
ding bidding going eventually to the na
Fred ("Slickl Sntithnrland a mem
ber of the Canal Znnp notice force
served as auctioneer at the Ralhna
police classroom. He had fun.
or tnose wno arrived early e
nough, there were chairs. For
those a mite slothful, there was
Bv 9 o'clock, when the hammer
first fell, the room was tilled to o
verilowing with would-be bidders
lining the floor ""'id the walls
and backed up to the stairway
There was aViiisa anything you
could want and some items nobo
dy could want. But everything was
The lowest price was for a black.
slinky-looking bathing suit, about
size 36-24-34. A little girl paid
nickel for it.
the highest .price $15.50 was
forked over for a workable .38 .38-criiber
criiber .38-criiber automatic pistol.
Two souvenirs of Panama, a pho
to aiDum and a aavlv nainted m
low cover, went for $1.10 and 25
Then came the teeth used only,
apparently, for opening sardine
cans. The elderlv cent, was the on
ly bidder, and even his voice was
Wedding bands didn't fare much
Wartime Measures Imposed
Ireland; Customs Attacked
BELFAST. Northern Treland. attacked nnlico ctol.An. niv i
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TV -i r i,n rt j at n
uvc. ia iun uunmen opencu ure sia nations ana rauo transmitters
Dsses were "heavv."
Fignter-nombers made repeat-
t attaexs on tne rebel band as
scrambled for cover behind
Cks and trees. The rehela mere
reported seeking to escape into
uiusiB wnen cut on.
In the Nementcha Mountain
Lhout 60 miles to the southwest,
helicopter-lifted troops "crush-
.cr a strongiy-iortified band of
errerlsts, officials also reported.
Saratroopers were back by
ig fighter, planes.
on a Republic of Ireland borden
customs nost vesterdav in annar-
ent retaliation for a wave of Irish
Republican Army attacks on
At the same. time, the North
Ireland cabinet imposed emergen emergency
cy emergency wartime measures permitting
police to arrest and hold without
trial persons suspected of Guer-
as a 'result of a
raids by the
outlawed TRA 1
Gunmen believed to be from the
North attacked the Republic of
Ireland's customs nost at Clones.
County Monaghan, firing from a
railroad track across the bonier.
Neither of the policemen on duty
at the post was injured.
It was the first recorded in.
stance of an attack on Renublican
The IRA. banned hv the Ranuh.
lie as well as by Worth Ireland,
in its renewed campaign to "lib
erat" the six northern counties
under British rule.
The IRA attacked police
barracks and blew ud two hriricea
early today in its latest assault.
The IRA has admitted responsi
bility for the hit-and-run raids.
To combat the sudden outburst
of guerrilla warfare, the northern
cabinet dusted off regulations tha
last were used during World War
II when more than 500 men sus
pected of IRA connections were
Interned in Belfast's Londonderry
prison or on prison ships.
Raiders armed with machine
guns and explosives attacked po police
lice police stations at Lisnaskea and
Derrylin near the border of the
Four land mines or bombs blew
ooen the deer
t tne Lisnaskea them in an
ad the 'raiders 1 battle.
fired on it with a machineeun
from a hill overlooking the town.
A Police SDokesman said the 15.
man garrison fired 1,000 rounds of
ammunition in the 30-minute bat
tle. Two raiders were believed
Wounded and one nnliceman
injured by flying glass.
Screaming sirens alerted all no-
lice and reserve forces in the
asea. They set up roadblocks and
patrolled roads throughout the
Lisnaekea district. Two British
army units were alerted hut no-
lice said they were not needed.
Police said the m.m inula nttanl-
in Derrylin caused minor damage
to tne ponce station and two near nearby
by nearby homes.
The raiding gang was believed
tc include about 20 men.
Police said a patrol intercepted
the fleeing nationalists 4 miles
from the border and eneaced
I minute running gun-
iello mix a onart, nf salad oil and
10 tall, wax candles ware knocked
tor 75 cents.
Two Armv faliene can liners
went for 15-cents and. ven. a Gl
A complete baseball uniform,
including rusty spikes and a
sweatshirt saying Giants, went
for a dime to an army captain.
A aaclr nf laiinrlrv enntaininff a.
. I' w mumj iu i.iuiu
hmit i$ tahle snreads I some nisi v.
some soiled, some mildewed, some
with cigarette holes) was worth
$4.50 to someone.
A nair nf twn.tnned nvlOn shoes.
not blue, brought another quarter
A manila rope, 185-feet long,'w?s
hrmtfhf fm. 1 A Ku a memher
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the fishing and boating set.
Other items finding new home
included a Dale Evans wristwatch.
an intercom speaker, a hydraulic
jack, a pair of bifocals, a camera,
and a flower hnmh
Bidding was spirited among the
young set when a model. 75mm
French cannon that shoots rice was
put on the block. A smiling, snag-
gly-toothed boy got it for six bits.
one little boy in a Davy Croc Crockett
kett Crockett suit and butch haircut kept
interrupting action by piping, "I
bid three dollars." He was hush hushed
ed hushed hurriedly by his parents each
When two pairs of men s sox
were introduced Snntherland was
asked "What size?" The sox dind't
sav. but the dav was saved When
gentleman with tape measure step stepped
ped stepped from the crowd and measured
Size eleven and nne.half. he said
Two bits, someone else said and
had two more pairs of sox.
Deserted bicycles alto were
sold, along with a foot-powered
scooter and a couple of truck
tiros, downstairs after the odd odd-item
item odd-item buying.
LONDON Tie 1K rm
Qian Prime lirini.t.. t i .
Nehru said td. v." JJ ""."".V"
there is any "serius danger" of
aoviet interference in the Mii-
Nehru arrived h t.j... ..'.: SS
from New Delhi on hia LJ tZ.
talks With Pro.Mn( IT..."''.- T
JkmUPt lm ,n9ry eri,i''s
wllit in """live press
which also had some harsh
wvrua ror rno united States,
Asked about British fa... -J e-
. vv ...ul, jvo 0 j oU"
"I don't think thttM -hl
nous dangers of any kind if so-
iroacnes are made peacefully
rather than with fear ; ZZ 1:JT
A ... "v" muius.
solution w 11 ho f..k. Li ,.
Nehru a. r..... ,1"1"- ...
triir mi """'a meet with
rrime Minister In hn.., n j
, iiii.iiwii ciuen De De-fore
fore De-fore he takes off for New York to-
from a three-weeks rest in Jamai
ca. Was at f hennerc Ik-
i ni.. we luuiiu y
residence of Britain's Prime Min-
During His stopover in Istanbul,
TUrkev. veaterdav w.k. i LT
I,.' "cum siu ne
has no plans to meet with Eden
umu nis return from Washington.
Asked 11 he would "make peace"
with Eden, Nehru said "there i.
no question of havins' mi,
"We have nnt n n i j -i
. ... r-- u n i i ci c u al
though we certainly have been cri critical.
tical. critical. Naturallv we inm.lim'.i Ait
Icr. But OUr haaic attitude
JI J -.w.v.u U,
Wpfe said the Suez situa
more hnnefid than it ......
- J wanu ,v waa.
But there re still some obvious
difficulties," he added. "I hope
they will soon be solved."
Nehru said he did not know
what subjects he would discuss
with PrecJdent Eisenhower. But
he said he was not going as a
'mediator" between Communist
China end America.
On the question of relations be
tween Petmnir and whmi,inn
, -r m n.niiii.Mii,
Nehru would aav nnlv "I hni
bevery glad if tension is relaxed
Scheduled here Rut he miA i T.
tanbulyesterday that he hoped to
meet JMien on his return from
talks with President Eisenhower.
ine ngnt wing Daily Telegraph
aiu mis morning mat ir Eden and
Nehru had anything to say to one
another now "it would surely have
It coupled this- with a com complaint
plaint complaint against the United States.
"We cannot feel very happy at
President Eisenhower's determi determination
nation determination to give a neutralist prio priority
rity priority over the spokesman of Brit
ain and Prance," it said
World Bank Aid
PARIS, DeC. 15 (UP) A HAW settlement u.
is under active considerntinn n
The plan, the source said, envisions the followina
three major points:
1. Egyptian sovereignty and operation of the Canal:
2. The World Bank tn finnm-. tko Am- -i -L
.w .....wv WTIWWtllCIIl or
3. The Suez Cpnal users to cooperate with the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian administration of the Canal in the Canal area.
This arranaement would" h nAmr iu:.j kii:..
tutelage, the source said.
niine.u tnwarric eh lk i
ui LI J
The new annmarh tn a tattle
ment of the 8ue2 conflict was
discussed here behind closed
doors in the nast few tfsv. k.
tweenxthe United States, Britain
and Prance and in consultation
with other interested Canal
Yesterday US serretarv nf
state John Poster Dulles, before
leavlne for Wnshintrtnn .et
with E. Bartels, chairman 'of the
Buez canai users Association
(SCUA) for an exchange of
source said a settlement
f mex eon filet will ke
sought without undue delay,
probably early in the New year,
after the withdrawal of all An-glo-Prench
forces from Port
Said and the start nf Mearino-
operations in the Canal.
xne united States was stat stated
ed stated to have pledged to urge a
speedy settlement through the
United Nations and to assist
as far as possible.
So far onlv the hmad nntlln..
- J 1- 111. 11(11 V.O
of the new phn for a Suez set-
ucmeni nave emerged.
There was no .indleatlnn ef
- -..ivv .1. 1. JCU
Whether F.pvntinn Prealdent Hi
mal Abdel Nasser would consid
er it an acceptable basis for dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. The nlan in effect a.i
drops the Idea of outright in-
KciiiauuuaiizBuon ,oi we Canal
and substitutes "cooperation"
between the Ee-vnthin aiit.hnritlea
and SCUA, the source aaid.
j nieaaare" of internation internationalization
alization internationalization would be sought "in
principle" by a mutual eora eora-,tln.c"t
,tln.c"t eora-,tln.c"t t0 Cnal out
UI DOIIl'CB Of ana AIM aai
If the plan proves acceptable,
it is envisioned SCUA would
have a representative in the Ca Canal
nal Canal area who would cooperate
with the Egyptian onemtlnn
of the cithal.
In the event of violations
SCUA would go to tlie UnJto
Natlons, the source said.
TO meet the demand tnr
- 'iimiiu S.VA
broader representation of the
canal users, SCUA might be en en-laraed
laraed en-laraed to include more nikf
" n I1IVII1UV1.
than the 18 nations which cons-
uiute ii at, present.
11 Arab Nations
Accuse Israel Of
Demolition! in Sinai
UNITED NATTftKS W V n
15 (UP) Eleven Arah nat.inn. A
manded todav that PPlotlr.rnn
" a-vw vmi-ucir
eral Dag Hammarskjold investi investi-gate
gate investi-gate reports that Israel is apply applying
ing applying the "Hitler method nf
earth" in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
The Arabs took their ease In (Ki
- v.ov W IUC
secretary-General as Britain.
r ranee and Israel pressed for
U. N. action on alleced mistreat
ment and expulsion of French,
Three enterurisiiw Balhoa HiP',lS"un ana Jew,sn residents in
School bovs Da id for and tnni-l U." .
home, six of the bikes Top price'ad' of the"1 h.u Jamta !i
here waa fnr a W. WW. Kll.-nMd 0f the Iral delegation, told
- K.ii il... u. "ii wmen mat
US Takes 'Hands Off' View
Of Egypt's Damages Claim
WASHINGTON. Dec. IS tUPl
the United States is takine a
"hands off" attitude toward
Eevnt s demand for damaoea suf
fered durinff the Israeli Freneh-
British invasion of Suez, officials
Eevotian Fnrelffn Minister Mah.
moud Fawii renewed the demand
rnursday. He told the National
Press Club there has been a lot
of talk about "helnine the a owes.
sors" from their plight but "hard "hardly
ly "hardly anything" has been said about
repairing the wrongs suffered by
"Those great losses which
Import Bank to bolster Britain's
shaky dollar position.
The United States also is expect-'
ed to waive an $81 million interest
payment due soon on U. S. loans
to Britain. All the moves are nart
or a siuaiea administration drive
to soft-peddle ill feelings which dft
veloped when Anglo French
forces invaded Egypt without tell telling
ing telling this country in advance.
On the other hand, the United
States feels that Egypt is hewing
too close to the Moscow line.
Officials said, however, that
With a baseball clove hanoincr nn
one handlebar and a iuncle water
canteen suspended from the other,
Midway through the anrtinn a
feminine voice asked,
have any Elvis Presley
there," There werenone
SMITH S HE1PERS SUV:
- --v.. ..u.. iu VI,
aRypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon
Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia,
Sudan, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen
CallfH nn UammavabiAM 4 J
v. via iiniiiuiai onjuiu IJC-
Do yoiimand an investigation and report
pictures, to the General Assemblv.
. They asked Hammarskiold to
investigate reports that Arabs had
been killed in Tarael and that
Arabs are being forced to flee
irom the Gaza Strip to the Sinai
Peninsula and Jordan.
The 11 Arah delematea alan
called Hammarskiold's atten
tion to Israel's "delay" in with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing from Egypt.
Jamali said the Israelis have
demolished roads. railroads.
Communication lines hridses
water tanks, wells and villa 00a in
their slow withdrawal from
Israel la annlvinu the Hitler
method Of Scorched earth hpfnre
its withdrawal, he said, "this is
a Clear Violation of the cease-fire
order bv the General Assemhlv
arid means the continuation nf
Egypt and the Eevotian nennl .1 i. i .:t I-
have suffered, should, in equity Western Europe also will help the
and in right, as well as in decen-, Arab states. They said the plan
cy, be compensated," he said. 1 calls for finding substitute ways
American officials aaid this t ,.;i uuji. c...
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prtimrri! ha. m.mI . ..... ....
' uemneu uons until ine Suel canal
stuuy oi me compensation issue
so far. They added that the Unit-
.1 M.l . ..-
vu siaies naa nn nart in the as
sault on Egypt and could not be
neld responsible for damages.
State Denartment Press offiee.-
Joseph W. Reap was asked about
the matter at hia. reeular hrief.
ing for reporters. He replied that
"that is something that win be
dealt with at New York" by the
This would have the effect
getting oil revenues flowing once
more into the treasuries of toe
Slow Mary Arrival
NEW YORK. Dec IS rtJPU-Th.
Cunard liner Queen Mary arrived
it nours late today thanks to hea heavy
vy heavy weather and a nosebleed.
rpu. 11 x -
Reao said this rountrv heli.ve.L ?LB" m
a. c," r.-.T u- Tj V cvurse luesaay nigni 10 pica up a
ireatSUAe teCitSh2"W. jfrter captam who radioed that
first. After that, he said, "there
will be a number of problems to
be worked Out." He dirt nnt elah.
So far. Rean aaid "there
nothing being done" in the U.S.
government about relief or aid for
cgypL nui ne sata ne did not
mean to rule out the possibility
of such help at a later date.
Fawzi did not en into detail
about aid to "aggressors." But he
presumably referred to recent
moves by the International Mone
he was unable to stop a nasal
Caotain C. Taichlis, of the Liber
tan freighter Santa Ana, had re
covered when the Mary arrived.
No Sooner Said. .
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)
Reporters asked to test a new
"practically indestructible" sub
way seat proved that practical practically"
ly" practically" was the rlaht word. Thev
nnirklv fnnnd wiv tn ruin thai
tary Fund and the V. S. Export- seat by jabbing it with a knife.
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4 TREATY TREATISE
I had planned cm "Time Out" from the Mall Box until the
treaty had had tune to prove ltseli; prooably aooui Marcn, oy
jthicn time, unaouotealy some of my countrymen wouia be
eying the garbage cans in tne better residential areas.
I find it necessary to again express myself betore the end
Ju this year. To Old Timer in your issue of Dec. 11, my
steepest sympathy. However he Is fortunate in mat. he is able
to pack, up and return to a country where the man in the
-street is tne law and the dignity of being a citizen actually
exists, if he so desires. I unfortunately, have not this privilege.
To "Ooserver," also of Dec. 11, a great deal of what you
write Is fact. You, however, have omitted to note that the
jfanOanal Company, for all purposes, is a company like any
other, and must either show a profit or a loss. Regarding the
low salaries paid by Panama Merchants, if you have been here
longer than two years, you should know by now that this pol policy
icy policy of these merchants is not to pay. a living wage, but to keep
their employes on the brink of starvation and financial em embarrassment.
barrassment. embarrassment. This has been the practice for the past fifty
years, and this hew treaty will now add the Zone employes to
After reading the above few lines don't you honestly con con-aider
aider con-aider yourself fortunate?
To "One Who Believes in Justice" the same date. By all
means write your congressman and I sincerely hope you get
the desired results. But, remember that your privileges as a
retired employe wee withdrawn by request of the Panamanian
government and through no desire of your own government.
Can you imagine me writing my Congressman? Ha, Ha.
Now, finally to "Satisfied" with this new treaty. You, my
friend, must be a moron. I had expected some of our friends
across the tracks to answer your letter, hut apparently none of
them thought it was worth while.
I have in the past taken to task these same friends when whenever
ever whenever they have made unjust or biased accusations. They In Include,
clude, Include, Col. Blimp, Darn Mad Yankee, Fed Up, Dixie Joe and
Viva Lovelady I and II. So it's only fair that you, a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian like myself, should get your quota.
You accuse the U.S. Government of taking money out of
Panama. For your information, the amount of money that has
been poured, into this country by. the U.S. A is of such great
volume that our standards of living should be second to none.
It is due to the few well-dressed ladies and gentlemen driv driving
ing driving those large black limousines that Panama's economic stand standards
ards standards are as low as they are, and if you, in your ignorance, can
see any Improvement in this standard by penalizing approxim approximately
ately approximately 16,000 wage earners, then you snould reserve your bed at
Build 1000 post office boxes In Colon, for whom? The peo people
ple people in Colon are in the worst financial state in the Republic.
They like myself, will have enough trouble keeping up with
their fish heads and rice, to be worrlsd with renting post of office
fice office boxes.
Get our Assemblymen to make Ironclad laws. With excep exception
tion exception of probably seven members of .laid assembly, these men
make only laws that benefit themselves, or their immediate
family and friends. suel,s granting themselves a $350 month monthly
ly monthly pay raiae. Til checr'with you again about March of next
year on how Satisfied you are with the treaty.
As this is my final letter this year, I will take this oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of wishing my friends of the Mail Box all the customary
good wishes and although I find it difficult to include "Satisfi "Satisfied
ed "Satisfied wltlv the Treaty," will do so anyway.
Whbt the hell it's Christmas, i
Damn Tired (but not mad) Panameno
OLDTIMERS' COMMY RIGHTS
m Here is a plan I would like for President De la Ouardia to
study, and give it some thought. In regards to the retired peo people
ple people living in Panama losing their Commissary privileges, I
Would like to see some adjustment made in this matter.
'., Say if a person is allowed $75 a month to spend in the
Commissary, the Panamanian Government collect 10 of this
amount every month. It would amount to quite a bit in a
year's time. It could be handled by the Internal Revenue on
both aides of the Isthmus, or anyone else that the Government
Let's not kick the people down who. helped build the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, and who have sons and daughters now working
who may want to retire in Panama some day.
lv Let's give these retired people a chance to live out their
emAlhlng years (most of them aren't very well), but who like
t go to the Commissaries and visit with their old cronies. It's
i only place a lot of them go, so how about giving them a
break, by paying a surcharge., to Panama. I think most of
Stem would agree to it.
AS YOU CHEWS
Re "Some Like It Clean's" letter about the proprietor eat-
the sandwich which had been retrieved from the floor or
lis "clean-looking" eating place in Panama, not far from the
Bone line: i
In my opinion that was a subtle demonstration tnat nis
or it clean enough to eat off.
Li'l Annie (Canal Zone)
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1M)
PAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "PIZARRO" Dec. 1
M.Y. "SANTANDER" Dec. 16
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAlRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA,
SPAIN AND FRANCE.
.M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (1S.OO0 Tom) Jan. 10
M.V. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons) Feb. 27
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "CUZCO" .' Dec. 28
SJ. "KENUTA" ; .Jan. 5
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0L1AND"
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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and Juste Arosemena Ave. Tel. 3-12578
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Don't Get CookirV Like That Up North
By VICTOR RIESEL
This is the story of a town
which was dexterous enough to
stab itself in the back.
This is the tale of the big ci city,
ty, city, New York, where a bargain
can be spotted in a basement a
mile off. but which couldn't
sense its chance for the biggest
bargain of all. For $100,000 tnis
town could have aved Itself a
billion dollars, a million heart heartaches
aches heartaches and a thousand nights of
For want of $100,000 a year,
the New York City Anti-Crime
Committee is going out of busi business
ness business this week. The news came
at the very hour that a Federal
court sentenced three hoods for
complicity in an attempt to si silence
lence silence the press by blinding a
newsman in the very heart of
the town's bright lights section.
For a year now the famed
New York City Ant' Crime
Committee has literally begged
pennies in a city abounding
with rackets. Some $2,000 a
week would have kept It go going.
ing. going. Yet no one was riving.
And the two grand Is so mea meager
ger meager in a jity where waterfront,
food, garment, trucking and
other straight shake-down rack rackets
ets rackets put the bite on the city's
merchants and families for over
a billion dollars annually. Lest
any family think it is not taxed
by Terror, inc., let me quote FBI
director; J. Edgar Hoover. About
a month ago he disclosed that
the cost of crime across the
land, in losses and prevention,
is some $20,000,000,000 a year.
paying this bill costs an average
of $467 eacn year per American
For every dollar spent on ed education,
ucation, education, $1.29 is spent on
crime, Mr. Hoover revealed.
For every dollar donated to
churches of the land, $12 is
lost on crime.
Yet no one would give to keep
this crime-fighting committee
alive. Here were men who nave
helped the network of citizens'
anti-crime commitiees every everywhere,
where, everywhere, a bold group whose brains
and files we newsmen as well
as government probers, mer merchants
chants merchants and unions alike pick picked
ed picked regularly.
This, then, is the reward or
virtue, if vou will permit me to
sound bitter about one of our
American staples, since May of
1951, this crusading committee
spent far less than a million
For the first five years the
probers were led by the slim,
scholarly ex-FBI agent, John
O'Mara, whose salary for cru crusading
sading crusading would hardly make
him on If Don and Brad Brad-streefs
streefs Brad-streefs favorite lads. Along
with him was a coal miner's
son, a former union official,
who symbolized the fighting
Ir sh as much as the I.R.A.
It was they who made the land
waterfront conscious. It was
they who stirred and poked the
consciences of the authorities by
tearing the lid off a score of pi pirate
rate pirate coves. And out of that came
the famed New York-New Jersey
Waterfront Commission to po-J
lice an industry which handles
$16,000,000,000 worth of foreign
It was this little band of men
who came up with the nefarious
behind-the-scenes meetings and
lootings of welfare and pension
funds and much of it helped
the senate "Douglas commit committee"
tee" committee" in its probe. This, in turn,
has given the AFL-CIO Ethical
Practices Committee the evi evidence
dence evidence of looting of union funds
on which it must move within
It was this Anti-Crime Com Committee
mittee Committee which traced the secret
trail to the sing Sing cell of Joe
Fay and thus shook up cor
rupt politics in New York and
It was this committee which
came up with the material for
exposure of the Operating Engi Engineers
neers Engineers Union, the rackets in some
construction unions and the dir
ty use of wire-tapping by so so-called
called so-called private detective agencies.
It was also this committee
which exposed the trucking and
garment rackets and proved
that the ladies of the land pay
a tax on tneir finery which goes
straight into the hands of mil million
lion million dollar mobs.
It was this band of crusaders
which first began wondering
what had happened to a man
named Johnny Dlo who had
not been heard from since he
left Sing Sing prison some years
back. They looked into him and
found he was a union official, in
something called the United Au Auto
to Auto Workers-AFL (not the CIO's
Auto Union) and the owner of
non-union dress shops at the
A year ago John O'Mara left
and Bill Keating took a five-day
prison ran rather than betray
his confidential sources. Keat Keating
ing Keating has since returned to pri private
vate private law practice.
And now the Anti -Crime Com Committee
mittee Committee is in limbo because the
city wouldn't give support to
those who gave their hearts and
much of their careers to fighting
Vi rV'RK '.
Walter Winchell In flew Yorn
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The late Tommy Dorsey's wi
dow (ex-Copa-gal Janie New) has
the miseries, according to chums.
bne was, they report, "verv
much in love with him"... When
Marie Doro (legit stage star) died
recently, she left all her gems plus
$25,000 in cash to Mrs. Ward More Morehouse,
house, Morehouse, wife of the drama critic ...
Shelley Winters' show, "Girls of
Summer" (Longacre Theatre), ev
en had standees at last Wedzdee's
matinee! This week that sexy show
has $12,000 in theater-poddys, a a-lone.
lone. a-lone. (End of cast's last iaff at the
critics) ... The Koko Club (Phoe (Phoenix,
nix, (Phoenix, Arizona), which has only 200
chairs, offers Roberta Sherwood
$4,000 per week .. Frances Faye's
crayzee like maaaddd song-styling
is the most at Ciro's, Hwood. Her
crew of bongo-beaters is chief d by
Jack Costanzo, a personable and
talented chap. Frances (who got
her first boosting here in speakea speakeasy
sy speakeasy days) creates the New Year's
Eve spirit every night ... Louella
Parson's Jine: "When I drink just
one martini I am very charming to
the people I loathe and perfectly
horrible to those I love!"
Walda (Eileen) Winchell, dghtr
of the newspaperman and Mrs. W W-W,
W, W-W, becomes a convert to Catholi Catholicism
cism Catholicism today ... Does a network exec
know that his wife is having his
very innocent redhead tailed?
(You're welcome) ... Since the N.
Y. Supreme Court ruled gambling
debts can be legal obligations (and
must be paid) many Latin-American
hotels are suing local welshers
whose chex bounced. Attorney W.
Hofer is one barrister on the cas cases
es cases ... From the files: "Dear War Warier,"
ier," Warier," scolds Dore Schary, ex-MG-M
chief, "who's giving you all
those false items about me and
MGM divorclng?"...Variety head headline:
line: headline: "Dore Schary and MGM
Part!" ... Sandi Stevens of "Girls
of Summer" wants to change her
name. Not via any husband. An Another
other Another gal with that name is getting
Sandl's mail ... We lust found out
why some doctors are knocking mil-
cowns, tne tranquilizers. Tney are
putting too many analysts outta
Denise Darcel's ex (Pietro Cros Crosby)
by) Crosby) and Babs Beckwith ducking
the mob at the Chardas ... Wot's all
this nonsense a bunt Eddie Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Jimmy Durante tiffing at
tne copa? ... "My .Fair Lady"
landlord (H. Levin) didden even
have a "lil-bit-o-Iuck" at Pimlico.
Lost all 8 races plus a bundle. (Ea (Easy
sy (Easy come, easy go-go-go!) ... Mrs.
Frank Loesser, divorcing the 'Most
Happy Fella' chief, is seeing scads
of Conley Graves, the Embers pia pia-notable.
notable. pia-notable. He looks like Van Heflin.
Sudden Thawt: Lisa's act is a Krk
of Art ... Vic Damone and bis Uncle
Samuel are clashing over a 6-fig-ger
tax bill ... Leo Carrilio and
Duncan Renaldo (of "Cisco Kid'.'
fame) may start using real bul bullets.
lets. bullets. Violent feud ... Nat (King)
Cole's appearance (with WW) will
be prefaced by deefinitions of Car Carrying
rying Carrying the Torch ... Marlene Die Dietrich's
trich's Dietrich's album (Columbia), "Cafe
de Paris" (recorded a year ago)
is in big demand in MovietoWn ...
Sylvia .Sims is packing the Inter Interlude,
lude, Interlude, H'wood. Turned away 100s
last night:. .Norma Douglas, whose
new (Unique) album, "The Dyna Dynamic
mic Dynamic Miss Douglas" is so oof 'ly en entertaining,
tertaining, entertaining, TWA's to H'wood afcor afcor-row
row afcor-row to meet the West Coast disc disc-Jox
Jox disc-Jox and Joanne Gilbert's fadder,
Ray Gilbert, whose forte is writing
night club acts for youngsters mit
telegram from Don Whitehead
twice a Pulitzer prize winner),
the author of "The FBI Story" a a-bout
bout a-bout the G-Men: "Many thanks for
boost of my book over 189 teevee
stations. Only lack of space pre prevented
vented prevented my telling of the many con contributions
tributions contributions you made to the FBI's
development over the years.' (Don
mention it, Don)... Elaine Malbin's
line: "Nothing is harder on a wom woman's
an's woman's clothes than another woman"
... "Dear WW," writes indignant
tviewer, "Can't you do something
about all those baseball players
(who come into our parlors over
the teevee screens) who keep wear
ing their hats?" ... Overheard in
Hollywood: "The rice thing. about
movies is that you do not have to
take a rating every week to find
out if you re still a star" ... Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Lang, the bridegroom of Mo Monica
nica Monica Lewis, reports her hefty click
on the coast. They'll be wed a year
New Year's ... Add definitions of
an Ingrate: A guy whose friends
look better without him.
Thanks to the Masquers for the
thrilling night ... The dais was
crowded with celebs. Bob Hope,
Dick Powell, Jaf:k Benny, Harry
Joe Brown, Pat O'Brjen, Jack Ha Haley,
ley, Haley, Joe Frisco, Allan Jones, Tony
Martin, Vincent Price ... Most im
portant person out front (for me)
was Norman Frescott. who ar
ranged my first job on a newspa newspaper
per newspaper in 1924 and never asked for a
favor or a pufflicity break since ...
('(ninsoli'or S. Rosenblatt memos:
"I didn't say Bishop Sheen would
testify. I said he'd be good as a
witness heenuse in his book last
year he goest into the question of
ratings, etc" ... The raw Meaaer
Jrs., (Patty Rockefeller) and their
imaffp ihnrn at Austin. Texas) ar
rive this week. To holiday with the
H. Rockefellers of Bronxville) ...
Att'n Miami Herald City desk:
Thanks to Tim J. SulKvan for his
report in the Jan. Reader's Digest
(due Dec. 27th) on my most twil twilling
ling twilling broadcast flash ... Erskine
Caldwell', the author-playr i g h t,
weds for the 4th time in Reno on
New Year's Eve.
y BalW PIAISOB
Tk roasnn IThrtichphpv and Bul-
ganin" travel together (abroad) is
tnat tney ao not trust, icavm
k. UmA ,i,;th ths rath remitter.
UlltCl UUIlJt --a
Tina Louise and Julie Newmar (of
"Abner ) are looKing ior me
"planter" who said they had a
fight at the Little Club. "We
haven't been there this season! ...
It's a boy at the Russell Stonehams
Dn'c r tho "Climax" staff
Wonder if the judge who reduced
those juvenile aeiunaucs uau uu
$25,000 each to $1,000 (after they
sent 3 news pnotogs to a nospnaw
T ,r .lnn turn nf tho
can sleep wen-.siuw
hoods were caught armed in mid-
town on a oreaKing anu c"iitis
h.,,., ,0 I'm more miffed With
the N Y. papers which failed to
carry on tne ngni agamst
heels ... The girls in Movietown
who don't use raxe-up are me .-ncf
ncf .-ncf Tho Tnrrh Is Really Over
when your phone stops staring at
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 15 (UP)
The manager of a housing
Droleet told nolice he didn't
mind when a man broke into a
model home and spent the night
roasting hot dogs, smoking cl clears
ears clears and marrinc th new fur
nishings with chewing gum.
But, William j. xtioesmg toia
police, when the man built a
fire on the living room floor to
roast the hot dogs that was too
WASHINGTON The sorest man
in America today agai..sc uie Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower Administration is Adam
Clayton Poweu, the isegro Con Congressman
gressman Congressman irom Hariem, who bolt bolted
ed bolted tne Democrats to piug lor lte
and now finds himseif oefore a
grana jury lor income-tax evasion.
The inside story is illuminating.
tarly last summer, rtweu learn learned
ed learned that he faced an income tax
probe. Three of his assistants hau
oeen indicted for tax violations.
He went to see Vice fresiaent
Nixon. Just what happened be between
tween between them is not, kiiui, but Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, as reported in this column
Aug. lit, wrote Nixon that ae was
"ready and willing" to campaign
Foweil then went abroad, duck
ing out on tne crucial part, 01 me
congressional fight for schools and
From Italy he telephoned his as assistant,
sistant, assistant, Vvuiiam baiupton, now un under
der under indictment, and dictated anoth another
er another Icier to iNixon, plus a leaer to
Max Rabb, the White House assist assistant
ant assistant in cnarge of minorities, ex expressing
pressing expressing his willingness to cam campaign
paign campaign tor rJisenhower-nixon.
'inls was quite a switch for the
Negro Congressman from hariem.
He had been severe in his cassa cassation
tion cassation of Eisenhower in the past.
HOW TROUBLE BEGAN
Earlier, however, Powell's 1954
campaign manager, Joseph Ford,
hau Droaen with him and taken
wnn him some of the Congress
man's financial records.
Ford got together with Powell's
primary opponent, Herbert Bruce.
A letter was written to the Justice
Department which led to the in
come tax investigation of Powell
and the indictment oi his tnree sec secretaries.
retaries. secretaries. Among the financial transactions
investigated was the manner in
which Fowell's staff, while work working
ing working for him in Washington and paid
by. the taxpayer, also worxea for
his various private interests in
Two of Powell's congressional
secretaries, Acy Lennon, now con
victed, and William Hampton, now
indicted, were each paid $8,000 a
year in addition to their congres congressional
sional congressional salaries from the Dorie Mil Miller
ler Miller Houses on Long Island. This
was an interracial housing cooper cooperative
ative cooperative project in which Powell was
Its promoter, David Kent, loaned
Powell $3000 to buy an imported
European sports car, and Internal
Revenue agents have been investi investigating
gating investigating to see whether the $3000
was ever paid back, and, if not,
whether he paid taxes on it.
This writer has unearthed evi
dence on three Congressmen for
taking kickbacks from their secre secretaries,
taries, secretaries, which led to their convic convictions.
tions. convictions. But in the case of Represen Representative
tative Representative Powell, it was his secreta secretaries
ries secretaries who went to jail or were in
dicted, not he who presumably
benefitted from the alleged kick kickbacks.
backs. kickbacks. The attorney who handled the 0-
riginal grand jury investigation of
Powell and his staff last spring
was Sam Pierce, Jr., a Negro at attorney
torney attorney with a fine record, then as assistant
sistant assistant U.S. Attorney in New York.
He either indicted or helped pre
pare the indictments of Powell's
Then suddenly he was transfer transferred
red transferred to Washington, first to the La Labor
bor Labor Department, then to a job with
the House Judiciary Committee un
der GOP Congressman Keating of
New York. Later he took leave to
campaign for the Republican Na
WHITE HOUSE PREPARATIONS
During all this investigation, an
ultra-secret meeting was arranged
between Congressman Powell,
Democrat, and Max Rabb, White
House aide, now an official of the
Grace Steamship Company.
Nixon had turned Powell's letter
over to Willis to arrange for the
switch to Eisenhower in a manner
ST. JOSEPH. Mic. Dec. 15 (UP
Dan Mathers thanked his
lucky stars that he reads the
Mathers found an ad, seeking
bids to tear down a house, which
incorrectly listed the Mather
home as the site of the proposed
Christmas sparkle forever after .
beautiful Rings from
Elegance everyone loves
...a fine ring $et with
precious or semi pre precious
cious precious stones. We've
beautiful rings for men
and women and every
stone from which to
choose. Prices to fit the
most pinched budget.
161 CENTRAL AVINUI, PANAMA
OPEN TILL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS
which would swing the most votes.
For some time during the cam
paign this fail, the cniei jo i at
Charley Willis was to chaperon
Poweh and maae sure m-uiing
went wrong witn nis switch to ik.
The Powell declaration was con considered
sidered considered so important that Max
Rabb went to New York personal personally
ly personally to bring him to Washington to
meet the President.
In Washington Powell met sep separately
arately separately with Chairman Len Hau;
Val Washington, Hall's Negro as assistant;
sistant; assistant; Sherman Adams; and fi finally
nally finally with Eisenhower himself. Aft
erward Jim Hagerty called a spe special
cial special press conference for Poweh to
make his announcement.
So you can see why the Con Congressman
gressman Congressman from Harlem, after get-
tng all this attention, is now sore
at finding himself before a grand
However, this was not all. Char Charley
ley Charley Willis and Max Rabb went
back to New York where the Con Congressman
gressman Congressman held another press con conference
ference conference in Harlem. John Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, youngest son of the late Pres President,
ident, President, was also present.
TERMS OF THE DEAL
Here is the deal made with Pow Powell
ell Powell in return for his "throw" ta
1. Powell's faithful secretary,
Hattie Dodson, who refused to tes testify
tify testify against him in court, was to
be released in the middle of a seven-month
sentence. This was done
2. Another Powell friend, Fred
Weaver, assistant housing commis commissioner
sioner commissioner in New York, to be given
a Federal job.
During the course of a conversa conversation
tion conversation in New York, Weaver denied
to Jack Anderson of this column
that he had been offered a Federal
job, but Congressman Powell In Interrupted
terrupted Interrupted to say: "I'm going to
see that he gets one. I'm going to
talk to Max Rabb about it right
now. Fred owes me money and
that's the only way I'll get it."
3. Powell to appoint eight to ten
Federal jobs In the New York a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. 4. Willis' father-in-law, Harvey
Firestone of Firestone Rubber, to
help raise a large campaign fund
by which Powell was to swing Ne Negro
gro Negro votes. This fund was mention mentioned
ed mentioned as around $150,000.
Ironically the late Harvey Fire Firestone,
stone, Firestone, Sr., was once cited by the
League of Nations and excorv -d
by the late Secretary of State -Ta-ry
L. Stimson for using Negro
slaves in Liberia on the Firestone
Finallv it was lumxuseri nrpnm.
ea, ana relieved that part of the
deal was that the Justice Depart-
iiipin un n tnroAr run r a v 1 t
nui is watenmg to see wnat Hap Happens
pens Happens before the eranri inrv
Note: Powell has called at tho
White House twice since the elec
tion to straighten out his tax trou
bles. He was unable, however, to
quasn tne case.
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Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
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We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
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25c. 50c $1.00 and $5.00
deposits ore accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
101 Central Ave. at
eomer of "I" Street
Front St. at earner
of 7th st
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. Manager Sub-Manacet
From t:M a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1955
THE PANAMA AMERICAN Alf INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Search For Writer
George S. Perry
GUILFORD. Conn. (UP)-More
than 100 police, firemen and vol
unteers searched today lor maga magazine
zine magazine writer George Sessions Perry
who authorities said may have be
come lost while looking for a lost
The search was being made in
dense woodlands near Perry's
home. The 46-year-old author was
reported missing-by his wife late
The search was conducted for
eight hours and called off, tem temporarily
porarily temporarily early today as snow and
freezing rain began falling. It re resumed
sumed resumed at daybreak.
Police Chief Joseph Quinlan said
Perry's pet spaniel Mutt disap disappeared
peared disappeared two days ago' and he may
have been looking for it. "It would
be very easy to get lost in the
, woods around his home," the chief
A neighbor and fellow magatnze
writer.iMilton MacKaye, suggest suggested
ed suggested that Perry may have famed
while hunting for the dog. "George
has been very M tne pasi iew
years with arthritis, ne saw.
Quinlan also said there was a
chance the author became caught
in a hunter's trap.
Workers Cu! Bodies
Out 01 Concrete
At Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH (UP)-Workers
using air hammers cut the lasi
of four bodies out of concrete late
Thursday night, many hours after
a 32-ton concrete-mixer trucK
flipped over and pinned them into
Tho nf t.h(? screaming men
died quickly, but the -fourth, Al
fred Barnes, 40, siayea auve w
three hours and 25 minutes. All
four were Negroes.
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i Tne t ruCK unver, muco
Greer. 47. escaped without injury
but was shaken by the experience.
"T heard the men screaming
When the truck went over," he
The lower two-thirds of Barnes'
hody was pmned beneatn tne
truck. While two hospital internes
administered blood plasma, oxy-
gen ana pain-siuing uijecuuiia,
Barnes sang snatches of hymns.
He aDDarentlv believed to the last
that he would be rescued.
But as the physicians wonted
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over mm, me concrete spmeu
rom the truck hardened arouna
'It took four huge cranes and
tome 75 worttmen neany nve
hours to "lift the big truck out of
the nine-foot deep storm se,wer ex
Charge At High
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP) The
Soviet Communist party newma
per Pravda today charged that
Americans, Including "highly "highly-placed
placed "highly-placed statesmen" are trying
to stir up a new rebellion in Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Although it reported the Oct. 23
uprising has been "fully liquidat liquidated,"
ed," liquidated," it wasl the Americans were
trying to incite "the remnants of
the Fascist underground to fresh
Events in Hungary prove that
the United Mates is pursuing an
extensive policy of gross interfer interference"
ence" interference" in Hungary and the other
satellite countries, Pravda said
Stymied in Bid
For More Influence
CAB Rules On Loans
By Aircraft Owners
WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautic Administra
tion announced today that flight
school and air service operators
now may borrow money from the
Small Business Administration to
build hangars, shops and class-
A c t i n tf CAA Administrator
James T. Pyle said industry re
ports indicate there is a potential
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mmai aemana ior aoour jao mil
lion of construction and a continu
log demand for some $10 million
t year thereafter.
He said the Aircraft owners and
Pilots Association has reported
there are more than 40,000 air aircraft
craft aircraft owners who need hangar
Pyle said local banks have been
I reluctant to lend money for hang
ar construction because the build
ings would be erected on leased
St. Peter's Women
To Hold Annual
Festivities for the Christmas
season in the parish of St. Pet Peter's,
er's, Peter's, La Boca, will start off with
the annual Xmas party of the
Woman's Auxiliary and exchange
of gifts on Monday night.
The party will be held in
Gamboa at the home of the
secretary, Mrs. Carol Spear. An
entertaining program Is plan planned
ned planned In connection with the
On Friday night the choir
guild will hold their party and
a carol sing in the parish hall,
during which there will be an
exchange of gifts.
An announcement has been
made by the Rev. John Spear,
priest in charge of St. Peter's
church, that Bishop R. Heber
Gooden will be celebrant and
preacher at the Feast of the
Nativity oh Christmas eve night.
Services will be held this Sun Sunday
day Sunday according to the usual
schedule, with choral Commu Communion
nion Communion alt 10:30 a.m. as the princi principal
pal principal service.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP)
Northern liberal Democrats found
themselves stymied today in their
drive to win an enlarged voice in
planning the party program in Con
The Democratic leadership of
the Senate appeared to be lining
up with that of the House in de
dining membership on a national
advisory committee set up by the
Democratic National Committee to
advance "Democratic programs
Senate Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson joined Speaker Sam
Rayburn and other party leaders
in the House Thursday in declin
ing appointment to the proposed
A similar move was expected
today from Sen. George A. Smath-
ers (Fla), chairman of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Senatorial Campaign Com
Democratic headquarters has
not yet received replies from Sen.
Mike Mansfield (Mont), who is in
line for the job of party whip, and
Sen. John F. Kennedy (Mass).
Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey (Minn)
and Estes Kefauver (Tenn) have
agreed to serve.
The national committee's execu
tive committee had proposed crea creation
tion creation of the advisory group in an
apparent attempt to give Northern
Democrats greater influence in
framing the legislative program in
the Democratic-led Congress next
Rayburn wrote Chairman Paul
M. Butler of the national commit committee
tee committee last weekend, however, that it
would be- a mistake for the con congressional
gressional congressional leadership to agree to
work with "an outside committee."
He said three other House Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders appointed by Butler
agreed with him.
Johnson's letter Thursday said
he had consulted most of the mem
bers of the Senate Democratic
Policy Committee and that they
recommended that he decline the
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WASHINGTON. Dep. IS.fTTP
President Eisenhower todav ae-
Icepted the resignation of Unler-
secreiary 01 interior uamce a.
Davis, one of the more controver controversial
sial controversial officials of the administration.
Davis, a 63-vear-old Nehraskan.
sked 'to be relieved of his duties
Jan. 4. He said "personal con considerations",
siderations", considerations", would not permit "in
definite continuance" of his aov-
I crnment service.
Mr. Eisenhower tnlrl Tin vis in a
letter that "your leadership in the
preparation of the administration
policy for the wise use and con
servation of our water resources
is especially noteworthy."
Davis and former interior sec
retary Douglas McKay were the
subjects of intensive Democratic
criticism in connection with so so-called
called so-called "give-away" cases.
TWO Vears a l Davie snl
mining patents in Oregon s Rouge
River National Forest to the Al
Sarena Co. of Mnhil Ala
crats charged that' the mining
claims were a ciiim t.n 01-. m n.
able timber onthe land.
When McKay resigned for his
unsuccessful attempt to unseat
Iaen. wayne L. Morse (D-Ore) in
the recent election, there was con considerable
siderable considerable speculation that Davis
would succeed him as interior sec secretary.
retary. secretary. But Mr. Eisenhower chose
Instead Fred A. Seaton, a Nebras Nebraska
ka Nebraska publisher.
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Innocent In Court
WASHINGTON n. n cttp
Two New York newspapermen
and a former New Orleas tele television
vision television Official nleariwi i nnrtpnf in
federal court today to contempt
ui congress cnarges.
They were released under $1,000
bond each. The charges arose
from their failure to answer ques questions
tions questions about Communism bfore
the Senate Internal Security sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee earlier this year.
, e defendants were Alden
Whitman. New York Time. AAntr.
reader; William A. Price, who
was discharged a
0 ivjwjk! uy
the New York Daily News after
ne tesimea, and Herman Live Live-right,
right, Live-right, former program director of
station wusu, New Orleans.
,Tnal ws tentatively set for
n unman rerj. 11, rnce Feb. 18,
uu uvengni, r eo. 4
Rich Geologist Commits Suicide
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 15 (UP)
Everett Lee Deeolver. 70-vear-old
millionaire geologist, committed
snicide yesterday apparently over
ill health, according to authorities.
Deeolver was found slumneri ri
ver his desk at his office. There
was a bullet wound in his head
and a 38 caliber Distal hetween
his feet. Justice of the Peace Glenn
Byrd ruled his death a suicide.
Deeolver considered hv mmii
the foremost geologist in the pe petroleum
troleum petroleum industry, had been in ill
health for some time and received
daily blood transfusions to stay a a-live.
live. a-live. Degolyer's fame was established
in international oil circles as early
as 1910 when he staked a location
in Mexico for the Petrero No. 4
well which came in for 100,000
The well.owned by the Mexican
Eagle Oil Co., flowed wild for 60
days and ultimately produced 130
million barrels nf nil and still i
niong the world's largest oil wells
Funeral services will be held to
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WOOL UNIFORMS FOR STATES
Colors and all details absolutely
CONVENIENT PAY PLANS
To CANAL ZONE POLICE
Orders being taken for the new
regulation Police Uniforms for
Tailoring as of which only
La Mascot a is capable.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING
TILL 9 P.M.
From Sot. Dec. 15 till Dec. 24
Never has the Isthmus seen such
a Galaxy of Sport Shirts and Slax
for the Holidays.
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN Inc.
Opp. Ancon Post Office
THE TROPICAL RADIO
aMd io dmwums
THE OPENING TO THE PUBLIC OF ITS NEW
OFFICE LOCATED AT SAMUEL LEWIS AVE
(Opposite the Santuario del Corazon de Maria)
ON MONDAY DECEMBER 17
Radiograms and International Radio Telephone
II Calls Accepted as usual at our downtown Office
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GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Johan S.
van der Hans celebrate their golden wedding anniversary today.
Mr. van der Hans is a prominent druggist in Panama City, and
they are both popular members ot Panama society.
GOVERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER
GIVE COCKTAIL PARTY FOR CONGRESSMEN
Governor of the Canal. Zone and Mrs. William E. Potter
entertained last night with a cocktail party at their resi residence
dence residence In honor of the congressmen and their wives who
are visiting from Washington.
Mrs. Matilde Kay Sexton of Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mr. William Rohrbach
of Curundu were married yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the Union Church,
Balboa, Rev. Oscar Olsen perform performed
ed performed the ceremony.
The bride wore a cocktail length
dress of deep blue satin with, black
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The matron of honor, Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Schapow, wore a pink dress
flecked with silver, with pink hat
and shoes. She wore, an orchid cor corsage.
sage. corsage. Mr. Roger William acted as
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The couple will spend their hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon in Santa Clara.
Mr. And Mrs. Hench
Hera For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hersch, for
mer Zonians, arrived early Friday
morning by plane from Florida, to
spend the Christmas holidays here.
They will be the guests of their
two daughters and sons-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Crook and
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hollowell.
Mr. Hersch was formerly Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Engineer for the Canal orga
nization. He and Mrs. Hersch now
make their home in St. Petersburg
Gala Xmas Show i
Miss Sara Romberg, Director of
Red Cross Gorgas hospital, an
nounces a gala Christmas show for
Gorgas patients Dec. 18. These
performances will take place on
the wards so that the bed patients
may benefit from it.
Harnett and Dunn ballroom in instructors
structors instructors and exhibition dancers
will be donating their services a-
long with other fine artists on the
Isthmus, which will mclude popu popular
lar popular singer and Carl Martin who
will do a modernistic number and
also a tap dance.
Students of Harnett and Dunn
who will also perform will be Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Parker, Valerie S o e n c e r,
Marion Badley and Arthur Bly Bly-stone.
stone. Bly-stone. Gaye Maples, who is a new
addition to the Harnett and Dunn
show, will do a Tango. Gaye was
instructed personally by Mr. Dunn
who also did the choreography for,
Al Martin, well known orchestra
leader in the Canal Zone and Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, will also contribute h i s
services for this worthy occasion.
Jackpot In States
Former Panama resident Hele
na Borda Gude and her husband
former Naval Lieutenant James
Gude, have been appearing on the
Edgar Bergen TV Show called "Do
you Trust Your Wife." The first
week they appeared on the show
they were awarded $100 per week
for one year. They have continued
on this show for thirteen weeks,
and accordinc to word heard from
them, they have now won $100 per
week for twelve years, making a
total of $64,000. Mrs. Gude was a
popular member of the young set
until she married and left Panama
three years ago. Her father Lea Lea-poldo
poldo Lea-poldo Borda Roldan was Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador from Colombia. She return return-el
el return-el last year for a visit with her
father just before he was transfer transferred
red transferred to Japan.
On the first radio program she
told how her fiancee flew to. Pana
ma to marry her after he n a rn rn-ed
ed rn-ed from Korea, and how they had
dinner together at Hotel El Pana-
lack notice far taclmtoa in this
column itiould be lubmitted in
type-written farm and mailed te aaa
af the baa numbers litted daily la
"Social and Otherwise," ar deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the of rice. Notieei af
meetings cmnot be accepted by
In celebration of the 50th Anni
versary of the founding of the Med
ical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone, the December meet
ing will be held at 7:00 p.m. eve
ning on the south patio of he Fort
Amador Officers Open Mess.
In honor of the occasion, and in
place of the usual professional pro
gram, the entertainment commit
tee has arranged an anniversary
cocktail buffet, to which all mem
bers and their ladies are cordially
invited. A short business meeting
will precede the festivities of the
Background music will be pro
vided by the Dixielanders of Al
brook Air Force Base.
St. Christopher's Men
To Meet Wednesday
A meeting of the men of St.
Christopher's Church will be
held on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
This will be the second of a
series of meetings and activities
sponsored by the men of the
mission. The following men
comprise the committee which
has charge of the meeting: Eus Eustace
tace Eustace H. Clarke, Lloyd L. Sealey,
Osmond V. Nugent, Benjamin
Williams and Stanley Lindo.
Their Sole Object!
In Kitchen's Ovens
ATHENS, Ga., Dec. 15 Thir Thirteen
teen Thirteen states, the federal govern government,
ment, government, Puerto Rico and private in industry
dustry industry are hard at work on a co cooperative
operative cooperative project with one objec objectiveto
tiveto objectiveto put a plumper, tastier,
tenderer broiler into your oven.
The southern regional poultry
breeding project, now in its third
vear. is co-ordinated on a so-acrp
tract at the University of Georgia
Experiment stations In Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi,
North Carolina, Oklahoma, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and Puerto Rice are chan
neling individual research infor information
mation information to the Georgia station.
The result is an information poof
that some day will come up with
a breeding system that will pro produce
duce produce the best broilers at the .low .lowest
est .lowest cost.
The state and federal govern government
ment government and the poultry industry
have joined forces and funds in
Recently, Dr. Carl W. Hess, a
poultry geneticist with the U. S.
Department of Agriculture at
Beltsville, Md., was named co coordinator
ordinator coordinator of the project.
"The breeder of commercial
broilers wants to produce the best
broiler, but he doesn't have the
time or money to test all possible
systems, and neither does the in individual
dividual individual state," Hess said.
"But by pooling, the states and
inrlueti-v can avoid duplication.
develop a more co-ordinated pro
gram, reduce expenses ana nna
the answer more quickly than they
ma's Bella Vista Salon.
Jules Dubois, Chicago Tribune
Press Service representative in
Miami heard the show and wrote
Joe Cunningham, about it. The
manager of Hotel 1 ranama tnen
wired to Edgar Bergen in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood offering the couple a "second
honeymoon" at El Panama.
Mrs. Gude has just written Mr.
Cunningham to thank him and that
they think they can accept his in invitation
vitation invitation in a few months, when
they find someone reliable to stay
with their three small children ag aged
ed aged one, two and three.
Miss Edna Harta
Makes 'Who's Wha
Miss Edna Hart of Balboa
Heights, a junior in the speech ed education
ucation education curriculum at the State
University Teachers' College at
Fredonia, is named in the 1956-57
elition of Who's Who Among Stu
dents in American Universities and
Miss Hart, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Hart, No. 362, Balboa
Heights, is active in Women's
Club and is president of Kappa
Delta Pi, a national honorary
scholastic fraternity in education.
She is a graduate of Balboa High
The Rebekah Club card group
will meet at Win Memorial on
Monday at 12:30 p.m. foia Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party. A Potluck luncheon will
be served. Guests are welcome.
Ike's Sore Finger
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower appeared
in public today with a small plas plastic
tic plastic bandage on the fourth finger
of his right hand.
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said the Presi President
dent President developed a "rough spot" on
the finger playing golf during his
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Side Pilot's Wives last Saturday. Fom left to right, Capt. William Reid, Capt. William Hearon, Capt. Howard Wentworth
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
SAM'S Aunt Jo isn't his real
aunt. He gives her this title be because
cause because she's his mother's best
friend. He looks forward to her
visits, not just because she always
brings him a present, but because
he likes her veiy much.
lhe last time she visited, he
didn't wait to be given the present.
When Aunt Jo, still wearing her
coat and hat, kissed him and told
him how he'd grown, he asked ea eagerly,
gerly, eagerly, "What did you bring me?
The horn for my tricycle?"
barn's mother realized that this
question expressed trust in Aunt
Jo as wll as interest in her gift.
So instead of rebuking it, she just
said gently. Better wait a.id find
Later, however, she fold him
why he must not ask visitors for
SHE said, "Aunt Jo doesn't
mind vour askine her for a nres-
ent because she knows how; much
you want her here, But all the
grownups who visit us are hot so
sure 'you' like them. So if you a'sl?
them for presents, they think,
That boy wants my present more
than he wants me.' Their feelings
are hurt. The next thing, they de
cide that you're rude. As you don't
want that, it s best not to ask vis visitors
itors visitors for presents again."
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With little boys and girls it's sen sensible
sible sensible to present good manners as
obligation to themselves rather
than to others.
With little boys and girls, it's
sensible to present good manners
as obligation to themselves rather
than to others.
We adults are supposed to pos
sess good manners out of consider
ation for the other fellow's feel
ings. Little boys and girls are too
young to have developed this con consideration.
sideration. consideration. We therefore have no
right to demand it of them.
AS WE must still demand good
manners, this presents us with a
real problem. How can we teach
good manners to a little boy or
girl without also teaching them to
falsify their natural and p a r a a-mount
mount a-mount interest in themselves? Is
a courteous child to be had only
at the cost of turning him into an
I think nqt. I think that the an answer
swer answer is explaining good manners
to children's self-protective. Wet
are on trlithful ground when we
warn Sam that he arouses resent resentment
ment resentment in guests by demanding pres presents
ents presents from them. We are being rea
listic when we tell Babsy to get up
and surrender her chair to Grand
ma to avoid criticism by Grandma,
her aunts and uncles.
By thus making self-protection
3v Remit o.
their motive for good manners in
the place of "consideration for oth others,"
ers," others," we preserve their right to
honest interest In themselves.
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othamood, Tutadays ......
yer Servioea, vveanwj
I.TJ. lit & 3rd rriaay
jHt PACIHC SIDE
Captain & MW, R. Grajrt
18 JeBtUrV Sirt. Phona: to-IOOM
ll:00 Holiness Meeting.
3. 00 bkhday Scheol.
7,30 Salvation Meeting
LA (M'tV. L.t.
Liinni Peat? CaalpoeU
ii ho. lueti, roni -ac.
i n.iiinesa Meeting.
7 JO Sanation Matting.
P A8A1SU, CZ.
tnvoy ft Mrs. C L. Mosl
:0o St nday School.
' u:M Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School
7:40 Solvation Maatina.
COliOiS IHUtb STREET
S Captain Syslin Taylor
11. UU IJoltaess Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY C3.
Invoy J. GIU.
it KHtf and Jamaica Street
11:00 harness Meeting.
?:0O 5t.nday School.
:30 Salvation Meeting
U Protestant covperate with
tm ATLANTIC MSB
Her. Ray Blakelp. Paator
45 Church Schodt
11 :M Worship Service.
1:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Followsrajp.
49 pm. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
The Rev Paul B. O lander. Paator.
:3U Bible School.
W:4S Womhip aarvlea and Churah-tln
TBI PACIFIC MSB
for N unary. Kindergarten
ana juntnr uants.
time Numerv tor ch'Jdren
7:00 Sehior-Higb rallowohla,
Kev. Walker M. Alderton, MMWtr
Otf : S-470 Res.: 6-1M
:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worthip )
OWlcial meeting! and weak-day actl-
vmta aa announced.
OU MbTHUUBU CBUBtM
Bar. William H Armatroag
Uth St., Panama Qty
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayat and Sanaaaj
100 a.m. Sunday Sehoo)
fits Cvontq Prayer an Seraaah
PBIMTY MCTHODIS1 criUBCN
7th Strew and Melendat Aaaaiaa,
Bay. Samuel Waldaa. utniM.
.m.-llarnlnt Senrlea aM i
1 p a. Sunday School
TWW lywrnt Sarv.et
Oaoar W. OUea. Paator
Church 'school tViJfnvKt
Mm ft fwagagej anal Cataai, RSBMM. BBMMi aMMMW
t aM Haaaa ro aaawi aad eaM at rho anawej aarykaa. m4 H aryilaaa
BajfifckO) JP(Madta OtttOl OtMMWatOaTaV
aarvapa, Hm Tao
a BAM at
A aMcial Uariam aMlaaW ra. aawaaaa 1 Aim, amata.-
Ala ti Mt m M m LmAaBaat mmm mmmkSmM aftaatRaBBhai
tpVv ttww vfRWjw smj r"jffji wmpn.
ak M frititf by Wedaeeder aaan at Ha tataat at aar
IkA auae. taiak aaaaaaaBiMaa A
IM CtMilf MIH'IlT
CBKMCZfJl MKTBODIST CMIMUl
alBtiaw Otr. CI
Bay. Samuel waiaan,
day Barrteaa t am ana auk pm
ySchool ft all agea pt t-M bob
CHKiallMS SCUMUt vMUeU
t'lrat Church ot CttfipL Scitntim.
MS Aoeao Boultyara
Sunday ii:oo, Wadnaadat M
Sunday School fM aja
Shirrt.v otmu :' aja
11 W a.m. wednaaaay a:w i
St. MABY'S CHJJBCB-Balhea
Sunday Maataa: 7:00. 1.00. 10:00 and
1ZKoVy Maataa: 1:55. 1:00, 11 M am
and 7:00 to 1:00 p m. ThuMday, baiere
Krit Friday : 7:00 to 1:00 pjb.
Hiracuioua aaaaai navana. i w
"rilSJJhum eltMi after the S:B man
High School aiuoy uu
SACKED HEABT Ancoa
, .EE 1 -M .. A.M IM
Holyuajr maaaaa:JiM iat- anJ 5:M
Confaasloni: Satwaayj:ll0 to 5:00 and
7:15 ta b:bu p.m. iMi
c: Ju t .AA m am
r l lUal I W i.iai.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 pm a
Catechism Clan: 3:15 to 4:46 pJa. an
OU LADY OP FATIMA Curundo
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at S:30 p.m.
Confaasloni: :w to -w p m on
Saturday 1-30 ta M
Sunday Maaaaa at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Msss at i.00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ,.:00 am.
Confaaaions: Saturday 1:30 to 4 :30 and
:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday s:uu w w
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:0u p.m
on Friday. ...
Convert inairuroonai inuruj iw
ST. VINCENTS-Panam City
Sunday Masses: COO and Ji0 ajat.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
( It It fans on Saturday the Mama are
:00 and I'M m )
, KHiaB 9 'Oft trt :ft0 Bfld
7:00 to 80 pa. Thuraday bafore first
Miraculous jjadal jjovena and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 7:00 pm,
?rhim Class: After 1:30 mass en
Convert Claas: :S0 p.m: Tueaday and
St. THIRESA S-CoeoB
Sunday Mass: 1:30 a m. .A .
Holy Day Mass: 6.00 a.m. (It it falls
on Saturday 830 a.m.)
CatachtsM Class: 3:0 to s:uu om mm
Conieaaiona-. a:vv u .jv
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DC LA BALLS
Sunday Masses: d:30 and s:W a.m
'li. r,.... a IS Man. ThUfS
Frl. and Sat. Ftret Frldayraass: .80 a.m
HSU Bay aussaa:
rnnfasslons: 3:30 to 4:30 and 1:06 ta
Catechism uni: a:a p Y"
Convert Classi Monday 7 'JO p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mast: 6:30 pjn.
ronfaaalons: Saturoay f:M ta 7jM P
Catecniam uiaas: o-um -Sarred
Heart Novena: 7:00 ota. art
Convert iiam w
Sunday Masses: 5:45. SibVajd am
HolpDay Hum- : and S:00 em.
ana o:t pm . -M a
Confessions: saturaay w v
o0 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Noma: Wednesday
:15 ana v:oo pm. ,,.
Sacred Heart Novena : .Friday : 7 :15 pm
f dunda 10:15 a.m. ta
11:40 a.m. ;vv p-m. iv .v ....
First Friday JExposlti on of Moat Bleat-
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at (IN
.m. Saturday morning.
of Eaama-The Holy Rewry-SflO a.tn.
First Communion tnattuctlorts for W1 W1-dren
dren W1-dren Mondays and Thursdaya H to
Sunday Masses: 7 M. 8 00 and 10 30 a m
Hobr Day Masses: :00. :00 ajn and
' Coaaslont: Saturday K ta 0 and
740 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve-
Iracuioua Medal Movent 8:15 and
7:00 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Claas: After 8:00 Mass da
First Friday Exposition an day durbb
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mam at 8:00 am
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 8:30. 11:30 am.
Mrat featirrdav Mass: :00 a.m.
Weekday Mattes: :00 a.m.
Saturday ... 7:00 Jn. to :oo p.m.
Miraaulout Medal Novena 7:00 B.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. S:18 p.m.
Confession ... 3:48 p.m. to 8 46 pat
Parish Family Rotary and
Benediction T:00 p.m,
Discussion Inquiry Group t'M p m.
lat Friday Derottona ... 70 pm.
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 70 p av
ST VINCBNTS-Ralnbow City
Sunday Masses : 6 30
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 a.m. and 8:80
Confessions: 4:00 to 140 and 1:00 to
8.00 p.m. Saturday.
uatecnism mess: io:a a.m. on Sunday.
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:08
Miraculous Medal novena i 7:00 era
Sacred Heart Novena i 1:08 njn. on
Sunday Man: 8:15 a m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 o m.
Confessions- 6:30 tn 7:M nm tut.
lea "0Ha. Charchaa And
are aafeoa H
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Maaaes: 7:09 and 8:80 am.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 a.m and :
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 p.m ant)
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment. .
Miraculous Medal Novena: IM pJt
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m oh
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class far Chll
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instrucuon for adults (Cob (Cob-ducted
ducted (Cob-ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m en Hon
Convert Instruction .bv aoDolntmtit
The Rt Bay R. Heber Gaedea. S.T.D,
The Very Bay, MeBMrt i Peiersoa,
S.T.B, Deaa .
THs CATHEDRAL OF 8T LUKB
:30 am tiojj Communion
SiM am Santd Communion lata Sua
M a m. Church School,
s 4b tm. ttcuala Dominical.
11 M am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). Pm 1VWENl5AY8"d Stn
6:00 a m hoiy Communion.
8 30 a at Holy Communion
1:15 a at. Moming Prayer
lliW Mi, da Missionary Prayera
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third street. New CrtttOba
The Bv. Jesse K. Renew.
W'y Cwnmunion 8:30 am
Church School ;,. ;3o a.m
"my commotion 6:30 am
Chair Rehearsal 7:30 pm.
A Haute at Prayer tar all people
Family Ptavar nrt Oit,...k a-L-t
MarBlnsryer and Sermon U tJB
H C first Sunday in Month)
Evening Prayer 7:80 p.m
W eekday Prayer SiM a.m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(K.C first Friday each Month).
St Simon s Chouh
Thl Rev. John Spear. Priatt in- Charge
Choral Euoharttt and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon I'M tm
Church School 3:'oo p m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 1:00 p.m.
Mofning prayer and Holy
Communion :oo am.
Evening Prayer 7:00 am
WonuuTt Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays '. ... 7:30 pm
WEDNESDAYS ft THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 70 a m
Morning Prayer 8:00 a.m
Family Eucharist 8:30 am
Office of Compline 6:00 p.m
Jehat Snear. Priest In Chart
Morning Prayer and Church
School 8:00 a m
Confirmation Cltss 6:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser
mon 160 a.m,
6:30 an. Hi
12 00 noon
Evensong and Address
Woman's Auxiliary 7 30 p.m
THURSDAYS ar FEAST DATS
Holy Communion 8:60 6 88
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Bra ret Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K Renew,
Priest la Charge
6:00 pm. Vespers and Young People
Ve0VL. Shirley. Priest M Charge
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
:45 a m Churcti scnooi
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month,
St. Alhtn's Chareji
lay, DavM A oskorae
Jm la i.,M,
Tha Ra. Allan R. Waatt. Assistant
6:00 .in. Choral Eucntnsi m
8:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
Jje-iTt. Church School
(Hold Butlfllng 131)
. -Ml m Viultk Pall aarkhlfi
7:06 EVaOson and :k
tnd and 4th WIDNE8DAYB
7.30 pm. woman Auxiliary sun
tar Ouild Meeting.
St Paol'S Chtrrch
rna yen Lemuel a. eniney, tirnnw
The Rat Fttt R Atwell near
6:00 a.m. Holy communion
6 00 ajn. Sung Eucharist ft Sermon
10:45 o m Morning Pravar and Church
12:00 nor Rely Saptti
7:00 r,.m Solemn VeM
8:30 a.m Holy Communion
6:60 tat. Holy Communion
7:00 tiJti. lVentna Pravar
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8.30 r m. Holy Communion
00 a m. Heiy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Opposite Moifl Washfhton)
Tha Rev. Jamas peter Fantar, Racier
The Rev. Henry A. Make, Asalitaai
6:60.8 m. Rely Communion.
8 40 a m. Merning Prayer.
8 00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sana nr.
10 30 a.m. Church Schael.
7 .30 p.m. Solemn Evenaeng end Sty.
6:00 t m.
7 30 p.m.
Evening Prayer aad MediU-
a m Chlidraari.,
1 10 00 a.m Junior Confirmation CU.
Chart at SL Man. the Virata
The Rev. John A. SpaiMshg.
VEti.i la ra..
Buna- luchariat 70 a.tt
Chur a. School I dia
.Rvtsil'-i.' and Sermon k... last am
Holy Ciimmualon 7:ou t m
St Georte's Church
The Bey. dene A. SpaUlag.
Prlett In Charge
Ut AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy 1 1 mmunion P JO s.m
and ANO 4th SUNDAYS
Mor... r Paver
ahd SaTcPh 8:30 a m
6-00 a m Holy Communion
Church School, each Bam 100 a.m
lpth Street. Parque LefeVr
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest IB Charge
. The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwell.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:80 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 ajn. Morning prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.,.
6:30 p.m. Evensoni and Sermon.
7:30 pjn. 1st and 3rd, Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30 p m. Junior Daughters of the
8:00 am. Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and .Religious
6:00 pm. Qirls- FMandlv Society.
80 cm. 1st and 3rd. Sinatletona.
P:S0 a m, Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OF THE NAEARENR
Ancon. C Z
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 58. Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2M1
.Sunday School 8:45 a m
Morning Worship ., 16:30 a m
Youth Service 6:45 p.m
Evening Service 7 :30 p.m
N.F.M.S. Service 7:00 p m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 1:30 pjn
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ., 23rd Street East
Be. B. N. Brawn. Minister
Divine worthip a:ju a.m
Sundsy School tp pm
Sunday Maataa 1. 7:45 UM
u nOajv '- Sun oat cuiioj a.
JVHOVAH'S WITNESSES (
' Meetinns Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays tt 4:00 om Wtra Memorial
MS BalUa Road. Balboa.
CHUBCH Ot JSSUS CHRIST
Ot LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon I
Sunday raeatinat In the LDS Cha'pei
on Balboa Ropd.
Sunday School :uu a.m
Priesthood Meeting ....... 10 30 s m
Sacrament Meeting 6:00 p.m
Primary: Thurtday 2:00 p.m.
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200, Schoolhous Road.
(Tatiin. Canal Zona.
relephon. Gatun 364 or C't0bal 2881
Meetine 8:30 nm. Wednesday Prmary
6:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet
ing as announced.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
-A Warm Hearted Otoarch"
Mlllon K. Leidlg, Minleter
Phone Ret. 83-7116 Of. 83-5108
Sunday School :30 m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellewship 6:00 p.m.
Eevening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer tnd Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey it provided for your
OLD CArHOLIt CHURCH
St Raphael rh Archanael
ISth St West No )
Holy Eucharist Sunday a 130 am
ruetday Wednadav end rburdv
'Aaaramani at unction IHaalltta Rat'
let) 8Bt Sunday Of each month at
T .me D. D
Mornina davotjn a 01 aJh
Jivina Service at 78 pja
B AHaVs C WEB
54 First Street
Urbanluelon El Carmen. Panamd City
intormal Talks and Oiscumlont
Colon. Mb A Frool Streets
(a a Kirs
....Thursday. 16 pjb
BETHEL MISSION CITURCB
Espalaba St.. Psralso. CZ.
liar Waldaba H Stewarj, Paster
Sunday: tljio a.m. Worship Sarvics.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School,
7 lit p.m. Gospel Service
lyt 70 YO
ouns People'e Soaltty
Wednesday: 7 JO
.nj.aaaj. w.vy v'.w
Fridav: 7:80 Woman' Missionary 8s-
THE CHURCH Off GOO
7836 Eighth Strett Celea
Rev. OTW, Graadison. Patter
Sunday Schei 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 106 a m
Night 3crvie 76 pat
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. Q. W. Grandison. Paster
Morning WarthiD 9:00 .m.
Sunday School 10:30 a as.
Night Service 7:30 PJB.
THE CHURCH Off GOD
Mr. Mead Rlast, Paster
10 -00 t.m
11 00 a.m.
7:30 P M.
ICH Off GOO
Sunday School 1:36 a m
Morning WOrania j 10:30 am
Ntgni service ,,,, i jupm
aw. itm. i. 4
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
C (Rsv and
hoai. Rio Abaja
lea Haynesi. and
ana an. uumn uiaywf.
Sunday gad weekday tervtee at all
Spatial Engineers BIdg., Diablo Heights
ocnooi ., ;s a.m,
7. aiay aaaaT"
Youth Servlc 7:00 pm
Posts and Bases
Sunday School 9 0C
Morning Worship i 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 10:00
Sundev School (Buildlna No.
Morning Worship 10:1k
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Claas S JO
Daily Mass 6:15
Saturday Mast 8:00
Sunday School 9:00 a m
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses .8:00 & 11:45
Monday Npvena' Devotions ... 7:30
Confessions-Saturday .. 6 00 ft 7:30
Sunday Family Hour 6:30 p m-
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 6:3A
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8 30
Morning Worship 8:30 ft 10:45
Youth Fellowship 60
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School '. 9:30
Morning Worship u oo
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 8:00
noiy communion First Sunday
of Month i
Daily Mass ... 6:30
Sunday Masses 8:30 ft t:M
Confessions. Saturday . 6:30 & 7:30
Sunday-.. 8:30 & 6:00
Daily Matt 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 ft 80
Confessions. Saturday ...7:30 A 80
Sunday Mas iojo
Saturday Mas 8:00
Sunday Maataa 7:00 & 9 00
Dsiiy Mast 3
No. 711) 7:00 ft 8:30
Confessing. Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 6:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 ft 12:00
Novena Services -Tuesday 7:0S
Confessions-Saturday 7 :00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Dally Mass 40
Sunday, Masa 60
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
louin seiiowamn, Sunday .....
o.s. naval Station. Coco Sole
munion First Sunday
Sunday Mass' '.
Confessions. Saturday .. 8 00 ft
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Weekly Services la all Churche. as
SaHbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth't Matting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and Praye
Service' 7:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 28:3 3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. da la Osse Ne.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St between 3rd
ana tin sts.
Rio Abaio Uth St. No. 27
Balboa Chape) 0844 Gavilan Rd. ai
ooa tsaturaay oniy).
SpanisB Church P.nam aad
Pastor Ruben Ruiz
Panami, Call Darlen No. 3
Cristobal, 16th ft Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa ft Frijoles.
District Pastor A. A. Gristle
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frijoles.
Atlantic Bide Colon aad (
PattOT Neblett Tel. 38:826
Colon 3rd St. ft Central Ave. Crista-
bal 16th ft Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Road Tel. t
Jawtti welfare Board Bid 792-X La
jc Road. Balboa, cx RsBDI Nathan
Service Friday. 10 om Saturday.
oee va listing oi jewisn services
under Peat Bate and Station).
CondrelHtioh Kol Shearlth Israel Ave
nida Cb and 36th Street, Bella Vista.
Psnam City Service 6:00 p.m
REEOEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Read at Wlghl Street
Rev. Robert F GussTck, Paste
P O. Box 666, Balboa
Sunday School, Bible elan 9:00 aja.
Divine Service 10:16 e.m.
"Divine Service at Margarita (in St.
Mrgaft's Episcopal Church) Sunday
SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. (UP)
This Adirondack Mountain com community
munity community hss acquired Parisian
flavor with the installation ot six
book stalls which formerly stood
by the Seme River in Paris
t6 a skjborrk stattt are the (tjrft of "t
der.tified" friends of Saranac Lake
teams Death Dale
M1N0LA, N.Y., Dec. 15 (UP)
Angeio John Lairuuca, con convicted
victed convicted kiclhap murderer of
nioniti-old Peter Weinuerner.
was sentenced yesterday to die in
Sin,? Sine, Prison's electric cnair
sometime during the week or
Jan. 8-28, 1957,
The date of the mandatory
execution was set by Nassau
County Judge Mario Pittoni liv
a court session that lasted less
than four minutes. An anneal,
also mandatory, probably wl'l
defer the electrocution until a
The 31-year-old Plalnvlew. N.
Y.. mechanic who said he
snatched the Weinberger baby
July 4 for ransom to pay Dress Dressing
ing Dressing debts stood like an automa automaton
ton automaton before Pittoni to hearthe
execution date. He kept his head
lowered and showed absolutely
The dead child's Darents. Mr
nd Mrs. Morris Weinberger of
Westbutv, N.Y.. did not attend
th sPntewcinK, but Lsmarca's
wife, father, mother and sister-in-law
sat in the first row of the
Courtroom. They made no out outburst.
burst. outburst. Lama-ca had attempted to
nrove his iiinrWnee on the
wounds of i"senUv, but a Nas Nas-pu
pu Nas-pu Cduntv Court jury onvirt"d
bim 1p st Saturday ?nd f?'ied to
recommend mercy. Thus, bv lnw,
b was doomed to the electric
To Observe Their
"Cscf A "rsivprCAfv
The Kn'thts.of st. PruI will
osarve their first annlvwry
with a corporat communion to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow pt, the 9 a.m. service of
Folv Eucharist at St. Paul's
Other services in observance
of the Third Sunday in Advnt
will include a service of, Holy
Communion at 8 a.m. and Even Evensong
song Evensong and Sermon at 7 p.m.
Acolytes will gather in the
vestrv at 5 o.m. for a special
meetlnf and on Wednesday
nloht at 8 o'clock, the Kn'qthts
will meet for the election of new
To Bid Forewell
The acting. sectional officer of
the Salvation Army. BrkadiPi BrkadiPi-Deborah
Deborah BrkadiPi-Deborah Rice will bid farewell
tomorrow morninr at the colon
Central Corps, Colon,
The service will be conducted
by the commanding officer, local
officers 'and comrades will ex express
press express words of farewell. A spe special
cial special address will he delivered bv
the 'Rev. J. W. Linkemann, of
the. American Bible Society in
The younr nsonle's sction of
the corns and the Son?ste,r Prt Prt-e;ade
e;ade Prt-e;ade will render songs for this
m -A f mm m'm flttJaaa.
PftjBnaaT Bjrr wtvBJVBBr wwwww
WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (UP) -Piesident
Eisenhower todav nrn-
noted his White House Staff Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Col. Andrew J. Good pas ir
Jr to Brigadier General
ihe President also elevated I wc
other- Army officers: Brig. Gen.
Stanley W. Jones to Mainr am.
eral and Assistant Judge Advo
cate tienerai, and Col. John I..
Person to Brigadier General.
The Dromotions. all
rsry rank, must be confirmed by
me senate wnen it convenes next
FOLLOW THE MEN
GOING TO THE
Jim Hawkins, Class President
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
C0C0LI BAPTIST CHURCH
(Southern Baptist Convention. Home Mission,
4 MB) Board.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, MARGARITA
Margarita Avenue at Fifth Street
Pastor Rev. Fred S. Roth
10:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1KI
Sports Writers To Honor Hector Lopez Tomorrow
Major League Player
To Receive MVP Plaque
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
IT Hector Headley Lopez, a local boy who made the
big step from the "Big Ditch" to the big leagues, will
be honored tomorrow at Colon Stadium, where he
wiil be presented the Panama Pro League's Most
Valuable Player award for the 1955-56 baseball sea-
Presentation of the award, a bronze plaque en engraved
graved engraved with a likeness of Lopez, will be made by
Bernardo Nunez B., president of the Panama Base Base-M
M Base-M Writers Association who sponsored the idea.
The "Hector Lopez Day," cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies will be held before the
same between chesterfield and
jtopez' Cerveza Balboa team
'which will get underway at 10
""contributions by prominent
Panama sports figures financed
the manufacture of the hand handsome
some handsome plaque.
It will be the first time n the
history of the league that such
award is given, ana coum
to no more tmmg a p-
bpez, who was born in Bocas
From 9.4 vears aeo. but grew
.Un in Panama City and Colon,
Wnere ne now resmes,
ord 13 home runs last season for
the now defunct Spur Cola club
which lost the championship to
"Chesterfield in a sudden-death
playoff game after the two
'teams finished the regular cam campaign
paign campaign in a tie.
The slugging lnfielder started
Ws professional career in 1950 1950-51
51 1950-51 with Spur Cola and in 1951-52
he won the batting champion championship
ship championship with a .345 average.
Ve spring of 1951 saw him in
his first stint in foreign leagues
when playing as a short stop
and third baseman, he batted
.ate in 89 games, for St. Hya Hya-clthe,
clthe, Hya-clthe, Class C Provincial
League. He hit four homefs and
had an RBI total of 31.
Back at St. Hyacinthe the fol following
lowing following year, the improved Lo Lo-pea
pea Lo-pea played 128 games at short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, hit .329, blasted eight
raundtrlppers, and drove in 75
In 1953 the younr shortstop
was promoted to Williamsport,
Class A Eastern League, where
he played 147 games at that
position, finishing with a .270
BA, six homers, and 51 RBI's.
Jfome Runs Feature Twinbill
is Yankees, Smokers Split
y VICTOR GRAY
lcrro League activities will shift
:to the Atlantic Side tomorrow when
;the Chesterfield Smokers take on
the Cerveza Balboa at the Colon
Park. For the Smokers it will be
lighthander Jerry Davie, while
Raaale Sheetz will be Manager
Oman's selection to try and halt
the? geermen's two game losing
Carta Vleja Yankees and Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield Smokers divided their
scheduled twin-bill last night; the
Yankees with Eli Grba turning in
a three-hit shutout to take the first
game by a 5 to 0 score and tne
Smokers retaliating with Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Osorio successfully scattering
four hits to even things with a 4
to 1 Chesterfield triumph.
The Yankee powerhouse as asserted
serted asserted itself in tht first game,
when in th upper half of the
third inning Chesterfield starter
and loser Tom Flanigan was
touched for two circuit wallops.
Outfielder Johnny Kroph and
Pitcher Eli Grba, eighth and ninth
the Yankee batting order were
authors, Kropf's homer com coming
ing coming with Manager Shantz on first
base as a result of a single. Short Shortstop
stop Shortstop Spider Wilhelm also homered
in (he fourth to account for anoth
er run. while Second Baseman
Oaea Mshtfy trw
tl (BLACK JACK)
C A PI TOLIO
Pi J I A
Continuing his steady climb to
the top, Lopez joined Ottawa,
Class AAA International League
in i954 and used at second, short
and third he played in 131
games, he pounded the ball at a
.316 clip, crashing eight circuit
clouts, and pushing 53 tallies a a-cross
cross a-cross the plate.
He started the 1955 season
with Columbus, class AAA In International
ternational International League, where in 21
games, all at second base, he
nelted the aDDle at a .321 pace
had five four-ply smashes, and
knocked in 17 runs.
That was the cue for Hector
to be called up to the Kansas
City Athletics, where he re.
mained for the rest of the sea season.
son. season. In 128 oames the rookie major
leaguer, holding down the hot
corner, hit a more-tnan-aeoeru
.290, connected for 15 home runs
and pushed across 68 tallies.
He finished third, behind lefty
Herb Score of the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians and Elston Howard of the
New York Yankees in rookie-of-the-year
Last summer saw him back at
Kansas City where he was tried
in the outfield and at second by
manager Lou Boudreau, but Lo Lopez
pez Lopez ended up on third his fa favorite
vorite favorite position now and at the
end of the season his BA in 151
games was .273, his homerun to total
tal total was 18, and he drove in 70
Other Panamanian stars of
the future mav crash the majors
some day and outshine Lopez'
outstanding feats on the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. But if there is ever a
baseball Hall of Fame instituted
in Panama, there'll be a sure
nir-.h for Hector, as the man
who was this country's first rep-,
resentative in the major leagues.
Dave Jacobs double in the fifth off
reliefer Marcelo Gordon w h i c h
scored Kropf who had waiKea ana
was sacrificed to second ended the
scoring for the Yanks.
Grba in beating Chesterfield e-
veneri his season's mark with one
victory against one setback. It was
the third shutout to be registered
by a Carta Vieja pitcher for the
young season. Six smoKers were
set down on strikes wmie two re received
ceived received free tickets. Tom Flanigan,
Chesterfield southpaw, appeared to
be just what the doctor ordered
for the homer-happy Yankees. Dur During
ing During the four innings he worked he
was belted for five hits, three of
them round trippers. Marcelo Gor
i 1L i A j t J :..! MUUU tliat rf OJ until
don whom the Yankees defeated in g id wilhelm unloaded his sec sec-their
their sec-their first ; meeting with Chser d homer of the night to tie
neia iimsnea up tilings, giving u
one run on two hits in the three in
nings he worked.
With veteran Frank Austin
loading a 10-hit parade with a
homer and two singles in four
times at bat, Chesterfield evened
up things in the second game.
Osorio, who this year seems to
have found his former self under
the guidance of manager Andy Co Cohen,
hen, Cohen, was in fine fettle, and only
a Spider Wilhelm homer in the
sixth deprived him of a shutout,
The lad from Chitre in obtaining
his second victory walked three,
- Also: -BEHIND
A great double feature real!
Jeff Chandler in
PILLARS OF THE SKY
John Agar in.
THE MOLE PEOPLE
NEW YORK, (UP)-The youth youth-minded
minded youth-minded Brooklyn Dodgers, having
taken the first plunge by dealing
away 37-year-old Jackie Robinson,
are expected to cause more trade
ripples shortly to make room for
Even before Robinson was trad traded
ed traded to the New York Giants Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for left-handed pitcheV-Dick
Littlefield and an estimated $50, $50,-000,
000, $50,-000, Vice President E. J. (Buzzy)
Bavasi of the Dodgers admitted,
"I've got to get rid oi one or two
of our older players so that the
youngsters Will set a chance to
Right fielder Carl Furillp, who
will be 35 before the Dodgers open
defense of their National League
championship next spring, may be
the next Flatbush "graybeard
sacrificed for younger blood.
Although Bavasi admits that
"only the future wilr tell how
much we'll miss Robinson."
Jackie's shipment across the East
River at least will give Manager
Walt Alston a chance to test such
promising youngsters as outfielder
Don Demeter and infielders Char Charley
ley Charley Neal and Chico Fernandez.
Robinson, meanwhile, will play
first oase for me Giants next sea season.
son. season. That's the same position he
played in 1947 when he broke the
game's color line as a' Dodger
When he learned of the trade,
Robinson said, "I have no hard
feelings with the Dodger manage management,
ment, management, but now I'm a member of a
different team and 111 be out to
beat the Dodgers as best I can."
He will get his first chance "to
beat the Dodgers" next April 24
when the Giants invade Ebbets
Field for their first 1957 meeting.
St. Josephs 71 Albright 55
Georgetown 76 NYU 7 (ot)
Ithaca 84 St. Lawrence 69
Allegheny 74 Edinboro St. Tchr 63
Seton Hall 78 Western Ky. St
Fordham 85 Rhode Island 71
Clark 90 Utica 88
LaSalle 87 Bradley 77
Hobert 49 Buffalo 47
Aid. Broadus 78 Fairmont St. 74
Texas A&M 83 Florida State 74
Rollins 96 Western Carolina 78
Virginia St. 82 Maryland State 80
Bel.-Abbey 99 Emory & Henry 87
Fisk 75 Morris Brown 70
Millersville 110 Davis-Elkins 63
Johns Hopkins 87 Delaware 81
T.a St 81 Snurhwestern (Tnn 77
Ky. Wesleyan 70 N. Nex. A&M 64
w. Vir. Wesleyan 94 Marietta 76
DePauw 73 Indiana State 55
j St. Louis 90 Tex. Christian 81
Wichita 93 Xavier (Ohio) 86 (d.-ot)
i How. Payne 77 AMI. Christian 65
Arizona 74 new Mexico ao
Montana state it uunzaga c
while striking out a like number.
Marcos Cobos another Cohen pro
tege, put Chesterfield out in front
in the fourth canto when he blast blast-ed
ed blast-ed a Romberger offering high o-
ver the left Held Darner, mings
stood that way until the sixth when
Tho Smokers came back in the
lower half of the same sixth to
move ahead by one run. Ellas 0 0-sorio
sorio 0-sorio led off with a single and
was sacrificed to second by Pres Pres-cott.
cott. Pres-cott. Cobos' long hoist to left was
pulled in by Mayling, but Phil Phillips
lips Phillips allowed Napoleon's ground grounder
er grounder to go through his legs for an
error, Osorio scoring all tho way
from second on tho mitcue.
They put the frosting on the cake
in the seventh when Alberto Osorio
beat out an infield hit. He moved
to second on a Bernard sacrifice
from whence he registered on
Frank Austin's first home-run of
the season. It was a line shot that
cleared the left field fence with
dentv to snare
Last night's doubleheader left
things in the identical fashion in
which they were before game time.
The Smokers can take command
bv half a game in the event that
they take the measure of Cerveza
Balboa Balboa at tne uoion sta
dium tomorrow. 1
Editor: CONRADO 8ARGEANT
BOTTOM OTP THE
- Also: -BENEATH
Ready For Sunday s Battle
Featherweights Jesus Santama Santamaria
ria Santamaria and Byron Cumberbatch wound
up their training yesterday for
their ten-round feature bout at the
National Gym Sunday night.
Veteran Cumberbatch and
young, unbeaten Santamaria,
who will meet for the first time,
are expected to weigh in tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 11 a.m., at around 125
pounds, one pound under the
Santamaria. who has ambitions
of wresing the 126 pound crown
from Isidro Martinez next year, is
gunning for a kayo victory.
But- Cumberbatch, who Is cagey
and as toueh as they come, claims
he is hi the "best shape'' of his
career and is confident of an upset
presentation of priies to the
winners of the Tasco Battery
Tournament which was conclud concluded
ed concluded Friday will be made at the
buffet supper Sunday evening at
Fort Amador. Angus O. Metfieny
of the Auto Service Company of
Panama, the sponsors of the
tournament, will be on hand to
make the awards.
The winners of the champion
ship flight of the tournament
was Cal Riggs who put together
four consistent rounds of golf to
win handily. Cal had 69-69-66-67
for a 271 and, four stroke margin
over Joe Kincald. Kincaid's two
fine final rounds 65 and 65 en enabled
abled enabled him to take second place.
Paul, Moran and J. K. Lally were
tied wun 2 s ior tnirui timy uu
a nice net 63 In 'the last round
to put himself among1 the prize
The two way fight for the
First Flight was won by Fred
weade who held onto his stroke
lead over Walter Grow. Both
men had 68s to wind up with
270 and 271 respectively. Roger
Williams (276) and Andre Kosik
(281) were third and fourth in
Cris Castaneda outplayed the
field in the 2nd flight to win bv
1 vfestrokes with a 284. A net 57
in the last round by Castaneda
looked mighty impressive until
Kenneth Binder posted a 56.
Binder's outstanding effort
vaulted him into a tie for third
with Rudy Oangle at 270. Sam
Johnson also got into the spirit
of things and posted a 62 good
enough to take secnd.
Bill Dickens will be given the
award for low gross in the
championship flight and Bill
Akers was low gross in the third
flight. Players who received oth other
er other awards were ineligible to
compete for low gross honors.
The flight winners will receive
Goodyear Tubeless Tires, runner
ups will be given two Goodyear
Air Foam Mattresses, arid other
winners will be awarded Tasco
Here are the top finishers in
C. Riggs (4) 69-69-66-67 271
J. Kincald (7) 72-72-65-66 275
P. Moran (7 ) 75-66-89-89 279
J. Lall (8) 69-75-72-63 279
H. Donovan (6) 72-87-70-71 280
B. Dickens (4) 68-69-76-69 282
Vinnie Drake Gets
M. V. P. Army
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP)
Vinnie Drake, a former Fordham
quarterback now an Army lieuten
ant in Germany, was named
"Most Valuable Army Player" to today
day today in the sixth annual All-Army
football poll conducted by the Ar
The Times also announced a 22 22-man
man 22-man 1956 All-Army football team,
chosen by Army coaches, sports
. i i t. ,
writers, ana soiaiers. u inciuaes
Jim Greer, Elizabeth City College.
N.C.: Joe Mehalic, Virginia; Jack
son Brumfield, Mississippi Sou
thern; Dick Shipley, Maryland;
Malcolm Hammack, rionaa.
Perils of the Wilder
5 AGAINST THE
Santamaria is only 21 years old.
Cumberbatch is 28.
Two six-round semifinals are
listed on- Sunday's card, drawn up
by caras Muevas, s. A., Panama
Tito Marshall and Enrique Po Pores
res Pores meet in one secondary fea feature
ture feature and Black Bill and Roberto
Murrillo tangle in the other.
These two bouts have created as
much interest among fight fans as
the mam event.
In the curtain raiser Ernesto
Campbell, who scored a smashing
knockout victory in his only pro ap
pearance, will try for a repeat per.
formance against tougn san Bias
Indian Anas Mendez, in a four
The boxing show gets underway
at a p.m.
F. Weade (14) 70-67-65-;68 270
W. Grow (13) 63-70-70-68 271
R. Williams, (11) 71 64-72-69 276
A. Kosik 1 (11) 71-67-75-68 281
T. Spencer (14 ) 69-70-83-65 287
C. Bell (13) 69-74-81-88 290
Castaneda (18) 71-63-71-57 264
S. Johnson (18) 67-69-71-62 289
R. Gangle (18) 69-72-66-63 270
K. Binder (22) 70-70-74-56 270
R. peralta (20) 70-67-78-62 277
W. Akers (17 ) 73-70-87-59 278
BHS, Cristobal Cagers
In 3rd Meeting Monday
Balboa and Cristobal Hlrh
Schools will play the third and
deciding game or tneir tnree tnree-game
game tnree-game series this Monday night
on the Balboa Gym basketball
floor. The first time the two
'teams tangled the Bulldogs won
48-44 and the next time the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers took the honors with a 50
to 49 victory.
Inasmuch as College has al
ready taken the championship,
this .game will be strictly for
honors between the two high
schools. The two Junior Varsity
fives are in the same position,
each having won and lost to the
other, so it will be a double
header from every angle. The
J.V. boys will get things started
at 6:30 and tne varsity game
This is the final Interscholas-
tic Leaeue same for Balboa col
lege Tourriament to play before
their season is complete. Balboa
has a bit the better of the sea season's
son's season's won-lost record than the
Tigers, for Balboa has a wlfl
over the champs. Tms fact, cou coupled
pled coupled with the game being played
on the Bulldog's home court, will
make them a slight favorite to
take Monday's game.
Cristobal has had a rough
year on the basketball floor, and
they will probably be working
extra hard to win this game and
the one later in the week against
J.C. By doing this they will fin
ish the league with a .500 sea season,
son, season, which is far from poor.
Coach Jim Hurin of the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs will probably start the same
team that pasted the 88 to 56
defeat on J.C. last week. This
will find Jack Wlnklosky at pi
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:8t
"HELEN OF TROY"
Sunday "D-Day, The Sixth
MARGARITA 6:15 8:25
"TO HELL AND BACK"
Sunday "Helen of Troy"
h A h A
$ r L U J r
Mth WILLIAM WOFIELD Proejw by vVUBojm errg Wrirfew lor th Sctttn
ALSO SHOWING 8UNDAY AND MONDAY!
PARAISO 6:15 8:55
CAMP BIERD 6:15 ti?35
Big Raise; New
CINCINNATI, Dec. 15 (UE) -3irdie
ebbets, called "the out outstanding
standing outstanding manager in baseball" by
his boss, aimed to show his appre appreciation
ciation appreciation or a new three-year con
tract today by guidin? the Cincin
nati neaiegs mi a yeimam iicav sea season..
son.. season.. In announcing ebbetts' new
contract which was estimated at
$40,000 a year, Cincinnati General
Manager Gabe Paul said. "Birdie
is the outstanding manager in base
ball. He has done a wonderful" job
here the past three seasons and
this new contract expresses our
The- 45-year-old Tebbetts, who
led the Redlegs to a surprising
third place fmish and was in pen
nant contention until the last 72
hours, said he had reason-to be
lieve his new contract made him
the second highest paid manager
Yankee Manager Casey Stengel
reportedly receives $75,000 plus an
attendance bonus which could
raise his pay to $90,000 and Paul
Richards gets an estimated $55,000
but he serves as both general
manager and field manager of the
vot, George Kirkland and Dan
Winklosky at the forwards, and
Raul Barbara and Lem Kirkland
bringing the ball down the court.
Some of Hurln's reserves have
come along In real style and give
him enough bench to make it
possible to spell in eood enough
fashion to give him a bench so
ne can spell the regulars now
and then. Alex Ruiz and John
Morris, a brace of youngsters up
from the J.V. have played good
ball i in the last two Bulldog
games, while Al Nahmad, Ritch
ie More, and George Barbier
can be used in spots.
Cristobal has a group that is
vastly superior to the team that
played the first game against
the Bulldogs. The development
of Ross" Tobin gives the Tigers
some much needed height, and
if Bob ixiwe has the range on
any given night, he is hard to
stop. Eddie Smith is a fine team
man and gives the club needed
confidence, while Dan Concep Concep-clon
clon Concep-clon and Dave Hawthorne are
veterans in the Cristobal style
of play. Both of these boys can
score, and score well, so the de defense
fense defense can never afford to give
them an inch.
The 1956 Tigers are a quick
team. They have fast reactions,
and can move the ball well. Even
with Tobin in the lineup, how however,
ever, however, they lack overall height.
The Bulldogs, on the other hand,
while not quite as quick as the
Tigers, do have height. Both
teams have shown good defen
sive ball all season, and it might
be that the game will develop
into another defensive game
like the CHS-JC game of last
Center Theatres Today!
"Twinkle In GodS Eye"
San. "Meet Me in Las Vegas"
Sun. "I Died a 1000 Times"
o Joanne Dru
"HELL ON FRISCO BAY"
Sunday "The Searchers"
2:00 AAS 6:30 8:45
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:30.
"Rebel Without A Cause''
r" ""i!aillM3feiai i
HECTOR LOPEZ .
Holiday Sports Tourney
Planned At Fort Kobbe
An extensive holiday sports pro program,
gram, program, to include such sports as
swimming bowling, basketball,
softball, volleyball and tennis, is
on tap for the men at Fort Kobbe
commencing December lvth, it
was announced this week.
Charles Gihn is in chargo of
the program. Assisting him is
"Wo hope that every man on
post will enter at least one of
those events," Ginn stated in
explaining tho forthcoming pro program.
gram. program. "Tho tournament presents
a fine opportunity for men who
did not make the post teams to
take part in full-fledged, post post-wide
wide post-wide competition," he added.
An officials' clinic has been run running
ning running from Dec. 10 to Dec. 14, in
order that a high calibre of offi officiating
ciating officiating might prevail throught the
competition. Allowances have been
made, of course, for the usual pro
test committee. It will consistent
Ginn, who will act as the non-voting
chairman, as well as Anthony
Deluca, George Bennett, Harold
Lascola, Merline Noggle, and the
The program itself, paralleling
the holiday schedule being pur
sued throughout Army installations
on the Isthmus, will run from Dec.
17 to Jan., and will feature both
inter-company and inter-battalion
Points will be awarded not only
for finishing in the money in each
event, but also for participation.
since it is towards this goal, pri
marily, that the program is aim
ed. In' attempting to get as many
men as possible interested in com
Screaming New Excitement From WARNER BROS. I
EDMOND O'BRIEN NATALIE WOOD
BRIAN DONLEVY in
A CRY IN THE NIGHT
A GREAT WEEKEND RELEASE.
to be Honored tomorrow
peting, it was pointed out that "er "er-ents
ents "er-ents will not be postponed to al allow
low allow outstanding players to com compete
pete compete in more than one sport."
Furthermore, it was added, that
"no notice will be given to the
versatility of any player or players
in the scheduling of events."
All enlisted personnel are el eligible
igible eligible to compete with units to
which they are assigned. In ad addition,
dition, addition, personnel on temporary
duty assignments may compote)
with the units where duties are
The competition itself is expect expected
ed expected to be very strong. .Personnel
who have participated, of are par participating,
ticipating, participating, on post-level teams art
allowed, under the rules of the pro pro-gram,
gram, pro-gram, to compel m the Hobday
Sports Tournament. They may
compete with the unit to which
they are assigned, provided per permission
mission permission is obtained from the coach
or manager of the post team in involved.
volved. involved. Thus, in basketball, for example,
the comnetition will im vetwini
of the championship "Sykes Regul Regulars"
ars" Regulars" quintet such as first string
all-star guard Ron Slaymager; and
one of the club's best rebounders,
Joe Bellizzi back in action once
again, this time attempting to win
laurels for their individual compa companies.
nies. companies. The Holiday Sports Tournament
is open to officers as well as enlist enlisted
ed enlisted personnel, it was pointed out.
All events postponed by incle inclement
ment inclement weather, or by other unfor unfor-seen
seen unfor-seen circumstances, will be re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled by the Special Servicea
GINGER ROGERS in
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PANAMA AMERICAN AS LNUETEWJEIfr DAILY NEWSPAPER
Gamble On Pittsburgh Pays Of f For Gator Bowl
SATTJBDAT. DECEMBER 15, 195S
ROCKER PLAY-iJtiehard Bisset of Canada falls between
Olympic Games basketball in Melbourne. Frrnce won 79-2. 1
y HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK, (NEA) Pittsburgh's
smashing victory over Miami set
up the Gator as perhaps the more
attractive of the post-season Bowl
With Georgia Tech on the other
aide, the big show in Jacksonville
didn't have to jump the gun to
Dec. 29 to obtain national atten
The Susar Bowl birl for what
would have been the most magne
tic card of all a rematch be between
tween between Tennessee and r.nroii
Tech on New Year's Day but
one inp a season against the cur current
rent current Volunteers was nuiu
for Coach Bobbv Dodri Sn Now
Orleans landed the next best av
ailable opponent for the all-conquer
ing Vols in the Baylor Bears.
The Oranep Rnwl
frankly wanted home-developed
Miami, but the Coral Gables
school's suspension for bringing
recruiting down to too fine an art
was not quite up, and then there
was me contract with the At At-lanic
lanic At-lanic Coast and Bip Seven Con-
The Gator Bowl, in the mean
time, took a gamble on Pitt
Miami would have been unde
feated had1 not Pittsburgh sprung
a nair' of unheralrierf fiillhaolr
Ralph JeUc and Tom .Tenk-int in
iunction witn Corny Salvaterra
and Joe Walton, the All-America
end, and the rest. Just as a
Miami fictory would have gum gummed
med gummed the glitter of the Georgia
Tech-Pitt match, the Panthers'
finest effort. mib ft n
brighter. Meanwhile, the Orange
nowi nas lo settle for C em son
When the Dodgers traded Don Hoak (3B) and Walter Moryn
(OF) to the Cubs for third baseman Randy Jackson about this time
last hot-stove season, the experts exclaimed:
"That does it. The Dodgers are in. Jackson will hit 3b home
runs in the Ebbets Field rumpus room."
Jack&on hit eight against 21 in the more spacious Chicago. park.
He was supposed to bench Jackie Robinson. He didn't. In fact, he
had a hard time breaking into the lineup and never attained the
status of regular. His .273 BA with 53 RBI made him a valuable re reserve,
serve, reserve, yet he was hardly the difference between victory and defeat.
Certainly not in the sense that, say, Sal Maglie, a furtive, almost
apologetic, pick up was.
The addition of Maury McDermott to the Yank pitching staff In
a winter deal with Washington evoked mixed reaction. Casey
Stengel, taking the long way home from Japan, following a mis missionary
sionary missionary series with the Nipponese, erupted in Paris:
"What do we want with that fella. Every time I looked up they
ya. taking him out of the box last season." ... Bob Porterfleld, ex ex-Yank,
Yank, ex-Yank, was the Washington pitcher Stengel wanted,
lou (uuiu ue imcijueieu uiu; as a rap ai ueyige ytci, nun.
GM, who negotiated the deal. But from Miami, where Ted WiDiams
tunc Ammunlnd iirif h hi a foimrita f rann a fifth inrl nnnrltHvninrr hie
contempt for newspapermen by playing spit-in-the-occan, came
"McDermott's good for at least 15 wins in the Stadium. The Yanks
can i iusc nuw.
Williams had played with and against McDermott. He spoke as
MUST FIT THE PARK
McDermott won two, lost six and had an unprepossessing-ERA
of 4.19, He gave up 85 hits in 88 innings. The Yanks won the pennant
by nine, breezing. They won in spite of McDermott.
, The Red Sox got Porterfleld. Washington also dealt them Mic Mickey
key Mickey Vernon (IB), Johnny Schmitz (P) and Tom Umphlett (OF).
Since the Red Sox had been in contention until mid-September the
season before, now, with added pitching and added hitting strength,
they might go all the way.
This was another of those deals' that looked better on paper
than on grass. Porterfield, though working with a club that averag averaged
ed averaged better than five runs a game, was an infrequent, unimpressive
winner. Vernon, nothwithstanding his 38 years, hit well... BA .310,
HR 15, RBI 84.
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iuc, i-au j;"" iiomers over ine wail.
A primary requisite to a Boston championship is a batting ord order
er order packed with right-hand belters. Last time the Red Sox won was
in '48. And that year they had Rudy York and Bobby Doerr picking
on the short-fence cripple. Even Dom DiMaggio, a Tom Thumb in
the muscle set, was being passed intentionally. They won 61 and
lost only 16 at home for .792 and galloped by 12.
With Vernon's power curbed and Porterfield's fastball too aer aer-dom
dom aer-dom on display, the deal was just so much waste motion. In fact,
the Red Sox lost one more game less last season than the season
Convincing most people that it
was the most formidable team in
the East. Pitt further hit thu
Orange Bowl and the Cotton as
well. Miami shut out Clemson
and Texas Christian, the latter
paired with Syracuse in the Cot Cotton.
ton. Cotton. Syracuse lost only to Pitt
and you know why. The Panthers
alone contained Jim Brown.
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1 P1-0.?"0 Slapsy Maxie Rosenbloom puts up his dukes to show Goldie Ahorn, next to
; him that former boxing champions are still thoroughly capable of taking care of themselves.
Kx-champs gathered in Washington for dinner celebrating Promoter Ahern's 40 years in the
.business. That t Tony Canzonen who wore the feather, lightweight and welter crowns en the
Heft Next is Bob Ohn, who took the light-heaTjeadership from Rosenbloom.
How To Stop Georgia Tech
Bothers Pitt's Michelosen
Less Than Wintry Weather
By NORM BRAUN JCost, Bugs Bagamery, Ray W-
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 15 (UP) But Pitt s shining glory is an
North Carolina State Isn't
Basketball Kingpin Anymore
By JOHN GRIFFIN
bby Dodd says that thjii Is
me strongest Georgia Tech varsi
ty he has drilled, and the Tennes
see kids readily acree
"One Georgia Tech team was
as SOOd as th nt.her iaiA RnH4
t "-.-V MUUUJ
Cruze, the stickout Tennessee end,
in New York for the All-America
party. "Tech is loaded with seni seniors.
ors. seniors. "We won in Atlanta
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naa to De two touchdowns better
io ao so. we won on two passes
thrown to me bv .Tnhnnv Msnro
fr 17. On the weak end inside,
wrew ihej oaii .no more
than 10 VSnil llwrT ran K f. ik.
six-men line. Watching the block
er, i never saw tne guy who got
me, luuuacK Aen uwen.
"That was the greatest football
victory of the year," remarked
"We believe it was," replied
the six-foot-four, 205-pound Cruze,
who will be the new slot man
With the Chicaeo Bean
ing Bill McColl, who having com
pleted his medicine, is quitting
football to practictw
The 147-pound Johnny Major.
in street clothes look 1ib lib
a name football player than any
that graybeards have seen. He
makes Albie Booth look like a
Younar Maiori. vnt.erf r.h tt
back of the vear. was heart-hrr'
en and cannot understand whv
wasn't picked in the first four
rounds or the professional draft.
"You gotta have heart," com
mented teammate Buddy Cruze.
TsTRW VfirMT 1W 1.1 CTTP
It looks as if it's true what they
said about Dixie North Carolina
State isn't kingpin any more.
For nine of the last 10 years,
Coach Everett Case guided State's
Wolfpack to a conference cham championship
pionship championship and a high national rat ratine.
ine. ratine. That's whv nre-season whis
pers from the Southland that State
t- i a t
wasn i up to par were nara io De
Rut ( Ipmsnn mrnrised bv tinsat
tinp the 'Pack QA.91 fnr thp first
time in 15 years and Wednesday
night came the real shocker
South Carolina's runaway 75 61
victory over State, the first Game
cock win in Case's reien.
In contrast to the Clemson
nuanlrar" Smith Parnlina .lofi'all
the way after the first 10 minutes
with a 34-24 halftime margin,
fought off State rally that cut
the margin to 38-34 early in the
sprnnd half and thrn hr7.ri
home. Sophs Fred Lentz and Ray
rnncoie naa is ana is -points, re respectively,
spectively, respectively, to lead South Carolina.
Actiiallv fnula onst, N C State
the game, which was played at
Charlotte. N.C South Carolina had
40 tries from the charitv line and
sank 27; State had only 14 tries
and sank five, wiping out State's
four-basket edge from the floor.
me already groggy experts
were iolted aflain Wednesday nisht
wnen Niagara, tied for the No. 18
national ranking, suffered an 82-79
Notre Dame Prexy
Says There'll Be No
NEW. YORK,-Dec. 15 (UP) -Paul
Hornung's acceptance of the
seemed on its way up in the na CXPfiV" n dny
tionsi rankinirs by the President of Nqtre Dame,
But fSrVer high-ranked' JSta w' b,e
teams came through with victor JS Be emPhs football at South
Wednesday night to defy the early
season upset wave. w ThanAnro HDchri.
North Caro!ma ranked Mn 9 na rr"w
setback bv twice-beaten Svracure
Niagara was fresh from an ea
victory over Seton Hall ; w
Pittshurvh ( nspn .Inhnnv Ml(haln
sen is giving more thought to the
wrampr inpsp nivs man rnp nrnn-
lem of hnw to ston tonfh Oeorsia Pnlnlr
Tech in the Gator Bowl at Jack
sonville, Ffa., Dec. 29.
"A heavy snow will ruin us,"
said the pessimistic Michelosen.
We'll havp a hard timp nrart.ir-
ing indoors because our fieldhouse
has been turned over to the Steel
Bowl basketball tournament and
the hardwood already has been set
up. u we get nice weather the
next week or so, we'll practice
outside. If not. we're sunk."
The oonderous Panthers nroha-
bly began the practice grind yes-
. I i : t i
u-ruay wnn Heavier worn scneoui scneoui-ed
ed scneoui-ed for "later this week, maybe to today
day today or Saturday," said the coach.
"They'll get a Christmas vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, but I don't know how loni? it
will be," he said. Michelosen ex expressed
pressed expressed surprise at learning
Georgia Tech will pass up most
of its time for practicing in favor
of a long Yule vacation.
armor-olated line anohorpd h Ail-
America end Joe Walton, hefty
e-emer cnaney urueckman and
Says Tech On Of Best
"It's odd, but I guess it won't
hurt them," he said. "They're one
of the. best teams in tha rnimtrv
They beat us in the Sugar Bowl
last incw Year s Dav and arp as
good as they'll ever be. We need
the practice not them."
Michelosen. more .nessimistic
than a coach without athletic
scholarshins. said All-East tarklo
Bob Pollock and substitute quart-
ti na y" and berr-apparent to NC 'Dfame ccl
State's" clJ1 during, a in- with, leg injuries suffered in Pitt's
championship, rolled on with an
82-55 rout of George Washington
at Norfolk, Va.
Dayton Bounces Back
Dayton, ranked 10th, bounced
ner at which the 20-vear old Hnr.
nung, Notre Dame's All-America
quarteroack, received the coveted
"Anyone who would think of de-
sport, it first must be out of pro
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to nin Miami nf flhm 7R.75- it.h rv-l.- -u-"u lj
url.7 r. j i ua,Ile snouia nave nis neaa ex
iauncu i? c.il vugiuia ruiiipeu over
renn Mate, 81-66; and Temple,
which shares the 18th rankinit with
Niaeara. sank 51 wr rent, nf its
shots in defeating. Princeton, 67-58
In other leading games Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night: Purdue led all the way
in beating De Paul: 83.78 desnlte
29 points'by De Paul's Dick Heis
Looia of unicago tuned up for a
Friday date With San Franc
national champions by drubbing
oo-oi; rexas eagett1.. ,, ,
Oklahoma, 68-62;, VMI downed 0au0 Cnr Unmft UnJ
LVUIW I VI I Jwi I IVIUI IU
amined." said Rev. Heshiiroh
. -.. i,iC jtjh i-uai-n Bala Lnprp nn
uetore you can de-emphasize a-joubt" the players wUl be "up"
snort it, first must, ha nut nt nn Ij rp..t ".. "v UK
with leg injuries suffered in Pitt's
14-7 victorv over Mismi last Sat.
uraay in tne orange Bowl
-I guess they'll be ready to go
auainsi ueorcia lecn. hp conrpri-
ed, "but they won't be able to do
mucn good unless they can get in
some practice beforehand-."
ine fiu coach said "there's no
Center Ray Felix
$25 Poorer But Bit
Wiser Knidi; Hope
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UpY (UpY-Center
Center (UpY-Center Ray Felix was $25.00
poorer today, and. the New York
Knickerbockers honprf a hit
matic fine foul when in anger he
batted the hall mil nf V
Frank Hoerst's hands after bBin
margea wim nis sixtn foul t, a
Up until that point early In
the final oeriod the KnirVc U7AFA
in the game, but the Minneapolis
Lakers opened up and breezed to
a 121-103 victory. Big Clyde Lovel Lovel-lette
lette Lovel-lette scored 29 points, 15 of them
in the last -Session to lead th.
The Rochester Royals, rumored
to be headed for a new home he-
cause of poor fan support, length lengthened
ened lengthened their lead In the Western Di
vision or the National Basketball
nssuciauon io a tun game by beat beating
ing beating the Boston Celtics, 103-93, and
the Philadelphia Warriors moved
into a second place tie with the
Knicks in the Eastern rare hv de
feating the St. Louis Hawks, 115-99
ui uuht games.
Athletes Visit US;
Randoloh Macon.' R1-RA- Harvart
beat Tufts, 71-59; Providence de
tested Brown, 73-61; and Western
Michigan edged Toledo, 81-75.
By HERBERT MOISE
THE RBDS GRT LUCKY
The Indians trailed the Yanks by three in '55. They couldn't
make the double play. The White Sox, third, had missed by only
five. They needed power. A trade that would "help both clubs" was
consummated. Doby for Carrasquel.
Judged by the standings at the end of the '56 season," the deal
failed to he!p either club. The Indians finished nine back, the White
Sox 12. Frank Lane, who had shifted from the White Sox front of office
fice office to the Cards, traded on the hour, by the hour, in his frenzy to
vrm right off. Naturally, he goofed on some.
lir Virdon was onc- He shipped the Rookie of the Year. ('55) to
the Pirates for a couple of characters whose names we don't even
remember. Virdon then proceeded to run second in the race for the
NL batting championship.
Brooks Lawrence was another Lane goof. He sent' the-pitcher
ad one Sonny Senerchia to the Reds in exchange for Jack Collum
Bo a pitcher. Lawrence, with a 19-10 record, was responsible in no
small way for the Reds' surprising showing this year. Inasmuch as
this has been a record of endless frustration, it would be nice if we
could salute the Reds on their remarkable perspicacity .... But the
2?VS et Reds dldl,,t know ,nv mor "bout Lawrence thnn Lane
(lid. aenerchia was the hahv thev wanted inA in ,n -j- i
who uninin was oarK ir. we nusnes.
Baseball's Dsvid Harums are back in action. We thought you
might be interested in a rerun of their activities a year ago.
St. Petersburg (NEA) The
March of Dimes has arranged an
old-time hasphall nlavprs' name
for Jan. 19, It will be played, suit
ably, m St. Petersburg.
tilended with Geniut
& Mellowed with Age
join the fun at the
most popular night spot
Fridays & Saturdays
-ewidnit to 4:30 a.m.
(Nightcap on-the-house at
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
playing your favorite tunes in the
air-conditioned BALBOA BAR
George also pj.y, the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun.,
Tuea., Wed. & Thurs.
iwiniib wrtito. mk
FINEST SCOTCH WHISKY
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AVINIOA SOUVAS 710. COLOM
Kleven tn nnthtnor wn the fi
nal score. Carta Vieia had lust
avenged an earlier defeat and
also moved into a first place tie
with Chesterfield. This disas disastrous
trous disastrous defeat drnnned the Orve-
za Balboa team into last place
py one ana one-naif games in
the young season.
The situation aa It 1 now Is not.
as gloomy as many figure it to
be unless the iiauallv Rtrores.ive
Colonites remain in that pro-
lounn stare or letnargy mat naa
affeVid their mnst effertlve
hitters. A run-down of the three three-game
game three-game figures shows that the
hapless Beermen have scored
onlv four run In their three
games ao far. In the opener they
naa one in a losing enort, m
their second outing they squeez squeezed
ed squeezed hv to a sensational victorv nn
daring baserunning with three
runs ana last nigni tney went
St.ranae If. mnv sound the
team has a couple of guys who
are always on base but for some
reason or another can never
bunch the hits andor bases-on-balls
or other "breaks" to a a-mount
mount a-mount to any serious threat for
On the either hand, the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees have taken every advantage
offered them and converted
them into runs or very serious
threat Tn their nnener Rimnn
Mendez' Yankees scored behind
a COlinle nf hnses-nn.hn lis then
in their second outing a losing
enon naa tne Balboa team
down by two runs after the
Beermen nitchino- niinwed walks
and their Infield had a tough
time handling the ball cleanly
This la nnt. tn Vie nnnslmPrf as
an insinuation that Carta Vieja
Is getting the breaks because in
their three came t.wn have heen
shutout victories. Billy Shantz
has gathered a bunch of guys
who field almost Impeccably and
and are anrwrantlv awaitina-
the chance to start 'hitting.
Currently the club is being
carried by the peppery pint pint-sized
sized pint-sized first sacker Tony Bartl Bartl-rome
rome Bartl-rome who had hit safely until last
night. Billy as receiver-manager
is getting the maximum from his
pitchers as judged by the fact that
only, three runs have been scored scored-against
against scored-against them those coming in one
came, last Sundav versus Cerveza
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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 15 (UP)
iMgnteen Kussians homeward
hound from the Dlvmnir tramea
lest here early today by plane fof
tneir native country after substi substituting
tuting substituting a hasty bus tour of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and Disney-land for their
proposed cross-country tour of the
The Russians had planned to
make a tour from Los Angeles to
New York following their arrival
here Wednesday from Honolulu
aboard a Pan American Airways
plane. The tour, however, was
cancelled bv immieration officials
for "security reasons."
The group spent less than 18
for Tech because "they really
want revenge for that 7-0 defeat"
in uie sugar uowi last Jan. 2.
Ne Pep Talka Needed
"I won't have to give them any
pep talks. I think they want to
win this came more than T An
They've been talking about noth
ing eise since ueorgia Tech was
picnea 10 meet us.
The Panthers chalked nn a 7.9.1
record this season, best Pitt mark
since 1938. Pitt beat West Virgin Virginia,
ia, Virginia, Notre Dame, Army, Duke, Ore Oregon,
gon, Oregon, Syracuse, and Miami, tied
renn aiaie ana lost to Minnesota
Pitt scored 142 noints while a-iv.
ing up only 98. No team scored
more man two touchdowns against
The Panthers onerata nut nf a
SDlit-T. but fiivp more emnhaci tn
power than quick openers. Corny
Salvaterra, first-string quarter quarterback
back quarterback who leads the team in rush rushing,
ing, rushing, is a master on the option
play and is an adequate passer.
Tom Jenkins and Ralph Jelic al alternate
ternate alternate at fullback. Michelosen
frequently "staggers" his half
Pro, Amateur Net
Stars Plan Benefit
For Injured Larsen
NEW YORK Tie. 1 mvt 2
Professional and amateiio n
stars alike banded together, today
for a special benefit tennins com competition
petition competition to aid former national sin singles
gles singles champion Art Larsen of San
ieanaro, iaui., wno is blind in one
eye and partially paralyzed.
Don Budee. former, "srand
slam" champion and chairman of
the Larsen beheflt committee, an an-n
n an-n 0 u n c e d last night that a
special tennis benefit -will be held
here Jan. 11 with all proceeds
going to Larsen, who wag serious seriously
ly seriously injured in a highway accident
ine giuup spent lean man n omtoj ins Man-
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Almost Lock Up;
So Driver Claims
SOUTH BOSTON, Va., Dec. 15
(UP) A truck driver whose trac
tor trailer crashed into a tree near
here, insists he was trying to dodge
a low flying airplane when the ac accident
cident accident occurred.
John Lee Brinson Jr., 32, of
Winston-Salem, N.C., was hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized for shock and minor injuries
after being pinned In the truck for
three hours yesterday following
the wreck just south of Clover,
Va., near Clover airport.
Beginning his story with "you
won't believe it," he told police
that lights from an oncoming
airplane caused him to lose con
trol of his truck.
He said he was rounding a curve
about 1 a.m. when he noticed a
bright light coming at him through
the trees. Suddenly, he said, it ap appeared
peared appeared they were the two landing
lights of a plane coming at tree
top lever or lower.
"I thought that plane might be
in trouble and trying to land, so
T mAvail iwiw nrt tho chnilMar fit
A iUU.ViU V T VI V 1 1 liiv .iiiuuiuii wx i
the road and then lost control," hei
Brinson was freed from the
wreckage about 3:30 a.m. by a
lite saving crew using cutting
torches and prying tools.'
Another driver, J. H. Harrington
of Kannapolis, N.C., was asleep in
the compartment behind the, cab
but was unhurt.
"I hope someone will find that
plane, Brinson said trom ms nos
Damage to the McLean Truck
ing Lines truck was estimated at
$3,000 to $4,000.
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.
182 La Canasqutlla
No. "B-- Street
4th ot Jul Ave. A J Bt
FOR SALE: Light weight Eng
lish motor bike. Only driven
1900 miles. Like new, $150.00.
Will sell on terms. Phone 83 83-3208.
3208. 83-3208. FOR SALE:- Birds, canary A
Australian parakeets, various
colors, good singers 39 St. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista Bldg. 4-14, Panama.
FOR SALE:- Original drift driftwood
wood driftwood Christmas decorations
for homes and shops. Tel. 3 3-6561
6561 3-6561 and 3-4529.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred dal dal-matian
matian dal-matian pups, Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Call 6355.
FOR SALE: Ascot wall gas
water heater almost new $75.00
Tel. 3-6740. Panama.
FOR SALE: New portable
)T' 60 cycle "Silvertone" TV
with moveable TV table $130.
5469A Diablo. Tel. 2-1805.
FOR SALE: Girls' bicycle 26
inch. Liko new. Phone, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0098.
Why not buy her a new "Nil "Nil-fisk"
fisk" "Nil-fisk" vacuum cleaner for
Christmas? Agendas Escoffe Escoffe-ry,
ry, Escoffe-ry, S.A. Agents: Phone Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, 2-1452, Calle 25 & Avenida
FOR SALE: Good used tires
All sizes. Reasonable prices.
Autos Eisenman, S.A. beside
Coca-Cola Plant. Telephone 2 2-2616,
2616, 2-2616, 2-4966.
FISH FANCIERS, BIND LOV LOVERS,
ERS, LOVERS, ANIMAL OWNERS: Buy
your fishes, birds and pet sup supplies
plies supplies from the only legitimate
pet shop in Panama. We stand
by our merchandise. ACUARIO
TROPICAL PET SHOPS, 49
Via Espana, Phone 3-5411.
LEGITIMATE GERMAN CAN CANARIES,"
ARIES," CANARIES," excellent singers $12. $12.-50
50 $12.-50 ea. Available after Dec. 21st.
now in quarantine. ACUARIO
TROPICAL PET SHOP.
FOR SALE: Stenotypo ma-
chine, new condition, set of in instructions.
structions. instructions. Phone Balboa 4474.
House 22S6-B Carr St.
FOR SALE:- 26 inch bicycle.
Complete overhaul, new paint
job, and tires. Call Balboa 30 30-40.
40. 30-40. Sewing machine, electric. $20.
881 Morgan Ave. Balboa 2 2-2738.
2738. 2-2738. FOR SALE: -Guitar A Case
new strings excellent condition
$20. Phone 2-2349. Balboa.
FOR SALE:- Girls bicycle,
standard size, equipped with
basket, reflectors, wonderful
condition, $20. Phone 2-1721.
FOR SALE: Monkeys, Myneh
birds, budgies, goldfishes, tro
pical fishes, discus, black an angels.
gels. angels. Acuario Tropical Pat
FOR SALE:- Now must sell
7x50 Japanese kogaku binocol binocol-ar
ar binocol-ar coated lenslarge field glass
siie leather case, $40.00. 2nd
St. Perejil. Temistocles Diai
St. House 773 Apt. 9.
FOR SALE: Zundopp motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, used one month. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2682.
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ris Day, Errol Flynn, John Garfield, Alexis Smith Eleanor
Parker, Ann Blyth, Paul Henreid, Will Rogers Jr., Peggy
Lee and now Carol Ohmart easily the best batting aver -aee
in the majors. The startllngly beautiful Miss Ohmart
is cast In "THE SCARLET HOUR," Paramount, as a seduc seductive,
tive, seductive, unhappily married young wife whose plot to shed her
husband and steal get-away money ends in murder. Co Co-.
. Co-. starred with another exceptional newcomer, Tom Tryon,
and with lovely Jodv Lawrence, her performance has been
applauded as the dramatic punch of the year. "THE SCAR SCARLET
LET SCARLET HOUR" OPENS ON DECEMBER 19 AT THE CENTRAL.
At. Tivoll No 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
1M Central Avenua
FOR SALE:- Duty Paid Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac Station wagon 1955 VI.
Ftflly equipped. Exceptional
condition. Reasonable. Phono
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air Sport Coupe two-tone,
radio, E-Z glass, W-S tires, ve very
ry very low mileage, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1900. Tel. Balboa 4352.
FOR SALE:- $1,800 letter 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. FOR SALE: Plymouth 4-door
Sedan 1955. 6 cylinder. Auto Automatic
matic Automatic shift. Looks like new
$1,775 also 1947 Ford 2 door
good transportation $22540 tele
phone Balboa 4474. House 2256 2256-B
B 2256-B Carr St.
Sale of used cars. Prices below
competition. Pay us a visit
and bo convinced. 1951 Chevro Chevro-lets
lets Chevro-lets 4 door, new paint, good
tiros, excellent mechanical con
dition. Autos Eisenman, S.A.
beside Coca-Cola Plant. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2616. 2-4966.
WANTED: COOK for commer commercial
cial commercial establishment, male or
female. Answer with reference
to "Interior-competent only"
Box 433, Panama.
Superior Oil Co.,
WASHINGTON,, Dec. 15 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Superior Oif Co. and two of
its attorneys pleaded guilty yester yesterday
day yesterday to violating the lobbying law
wnen they offered Sen, Francis
Case (R-S. D.) a $2,500 campaign
Federal Judge Joseph C Mc-
Garraghy fined Superior Oil $10, $10,-000.
000. $10,-000. He fined John M. Neff and
Elmer Patman, the two attorneys,
$2,500 each and gave them each
a suspended 12-month sentence,
dropped more serious charges of
attempted bribery. A special Sen Senate
ate Senate subcommittee which Investi Investigated
gated Investigated the case accused Neff and
Patman of "galloping irresponsi
bility" butt said "there was nei neither
ther neither a bribe nor an attempt to
The case involved efforts by a
segment of the oil industry to ob
tain passage of a bill earlier this
year to exempt independent na
turaf gas producers from direct
Neff. who was hired for Super
lor by Patman, offered a campagn
worker for Case a ,500 comriou-
tion during debate on tne dui.
Case disclosed the Offer m a hen-
ate speech and then voted against
the legislation. s
The Senate passed the bill, how-
or President Eisenhower ve
toed It with a blast at the "ar "arrogant
rogant "arrogant tactics" of some of its sup supporters.
porters. supporters. Tho enorlai Senate subcommit
too fnnnd that Howard B. Keck,
nf Sutierior Oil. "dele-
oatpH his iudaement and respon-
ihiiirv" over camoaign contribu
tions to Patman, an Austin, Tex
luminaries as: Do-
WANTED: COOK for commer commercial
cial commercial establishment, male or
female. Answer with reference
to "Interior competent only"
Box 433, Panarrw.
WANTED: Experienced cook,
Good salary. Bring references.
Must sleep 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: Chalet, rotldential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th St root. Golf
Heights. Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedrooms chalet. AH conveni conveniences
ences conveniences (garage.) 161 Via Bali Bali-sario
sario Bali-sario Porras.
WANTED: Dog Boxer type up
to 3 months old, 40th street No.
2-54 or call Tel. 3-4317.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
$5.00 and $6.00 weekly. Ernesto
Lefevro Avenue No. 32,. Par Par-quo
quo Par-quo Lefevre.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
American bachelor or Euro European.
pean. European. Estudiante street No.
14-29 Apt. 3.
Patman hirejd Neff, of Leaing
wt wno was active in Iowa
rveoraska, Montana, Wyjming
ana aoutn Dakota in support of
the gas bill.
Neff also contributed $2,500 to
the Nebraska State Republican
campaign fund, but this later was
Attorneys for Neff and Patman
argued before McGarraghy that
tneir clients should only be fined
because they "were caueht in the
aragnei ot some incomprehensible
language ot a "loosely drawn"
The federal judge agreed that
the statute was difficult to un understand."
derstand." understand." But he noted that both
wett and Patman are lawyers,
should have known the law and
Denavea accordingly. He imposed
the suspended one-year sentence
to serve as a "deterrent" to siml
lar action in the future.
In a separate statement. Suner-
lor Oil said It pleaded suiltv he-
cause wen ana Patman "have ac
knowledged that they have 'been
technically guilty of violating the
Superior said it was "legally
and technically responsible" for
the acts of Neff and Patman
"even though no official or direct director
or director of the company uea aything
about these actions, and even
though they are contrary to com company
pany company policy."
Aunt Ellen Takes
Annual Xmas Party
To Boys' School
Aunt Ellen Club will close the
year's activities with their an
nual Xmas party to the Boys
Vocational School of Panama to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3.
A program will be presented
during which a speaker will ad address
dress address the boys and Christmas
gifts will be distributed.
Tonight the members of the
club and several guests will
gather at the home of Mrs.
Catherine Smith in Rio Abajo
for a pre-season celebration.
The party will also honor ftw
of the members in observance of
their natal anniversaries.
Mrs. Lvdia Warren
Monday At Corozal
Mrs. Lydia Warren, a Jamai
can resident of Santa Cruz. Hied
i nursaay nignt in oorgas Hos Hos-ptial
ptial Hos-ptial after a long illness. She
was 77 years old.
Funeral services will be held
Monday at l p.m. at the Coro Corozal
zal Corozal Chapel, followed by burial In
the Corozal cemetery.
A member of the Edith Cavell
Society, Mrs. Warren Is survived
by her daughter, Mrs. Iona
Brathwaite, and her 80 Ruben,
J. r. da U Ow Ava. No. 41
Justs Arosemana Ave. and S3 SL
M Street No. St
ATTENTION. G. 1.1 Jm built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono 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 Ave. Peru
38-14. Information Phone 3 0088.
FOR RENT: Apartment, build building
ing building recently built: 2 bedrooms,
all modern conveniences, El
Cangrejo. fcusebio A. Morales
No. 5. $125.00. Phone 3 0579,
FOR RENT: From January
first 1957. Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments in buidling
being constructed. "J" street
El Cangrejo. $80.00. Telephone
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom ,kitchen screen
ed. Tiled. $55.00 apply No. 112
Via Bolisario Porras, near
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, dining-sitting room,
screened. $60.00. Bolisario Po Porras
rras Porras No. 56, Key apartment 2.
Information 2-2316; 3-0234.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment at "El Cangrejo" near
Panama Hotel. Living-dining
room, bathroom, kitchen, hot
water, maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, lovely lawn. For inform information
ation information call 3-6796, Panama Ci City.
ty. City. FOR RENT: One bedroom un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, resident residential
ial residential section to couple without
children. Telephone 3-2667.
Boats & Motors
FOR c SALE: THIS CHRIST CHRISTMAS
MAS CHRISTMAS give sklndiving equipment
Large selection of dive tested
gear at El Panama Skin Div
ing (hop. Open every day 9 to 6.
Rev. Ellis To Be
At Diablo Church
Rev. William Ellis, actinc su
perintendertt of the Church of
God in Panama, will be the
guest minister, tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at the Diablo Heights Com Community
munity Community church, when he will
bring the message for the wor worship
ship worship hour. Mrs. Katherine Ellis
will bring special vocal selections
In the same service.
Rev. and Mrs. Ellis have been
In the Panama area for the past
six months, acting in the capa-
clt yas overseers of the congre
gations of the Church of God,
Anderson, Ind., In the absence
of the Rev. Wm. Livingstones
who are on furlough In the
States. This youne couple has
enjoyed a very fruitful ministry
already since their graduation
irom seminary work.
The morning worship hour
begins at 11 a.m. preceded by
the Sunday School session at 10
o'clock. Youith services are con conducted
ducted conducted at 7 p.m. followed by the
evangelistic hour at 7:30 p.m.
Services are held in the Special
Engineering A d m 1 n 1 stratlon
Building of Diablo Heights. Rev.
Carl V. Thompson Is the local
pastor. The public is invited.
Ike. Mamie Attend
WASHIGTON, Dec. 15 (UP)
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
attended funeral services yester
day for Charles F. Tompkins,
Washington builder who remodeled
the Eisenhowers Gettysburgh,
I ine rresiaent servea as nonor nonor-ary
ary nonor-ary pall bearer at the brief serv
ices in bt. John s Episcopal
Church across Lafayette Square
from the White House.
He stood bareheaded in the rain
when the casket was carried from
the church to the hearse after the
Tompkins, a close friend of the
Eisenhowers, died Wednesday.
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP) A
Trans-Canada Airlines super super-constellation
constellation super-constellation airliner which de developed
veloped developed engine trouble over the
Atlantic landed safely on three
engines at the London airport
The plane carried 58 passen-
gers and eight crewmen.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Paraue Latent 7 Street
Via Facial 111
NOVEDADES A THIS
Via Espana Ave.
FOR SALE:- Lots in El Coco
del Mar in front of ocean. 3 lots
each approximately 500 square
meter or all 3 lots can be sold
as one lot. Price $4.75 per met-,
er. Write Box 1757, Panama
for appointment or call 3-1566.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: A medium sized white
Tom cat with orangey tan
markings and a white "zig zag
flash" on his tan forehead. Re Reward,
ward, Reward, call Balboa 3630 or bring
to 761, Barneby St. Kathy Casey
Wanted to Buy
WANTED; Spinet piano of
quality in good condition. Tel.
Fairchild Panama 3-5320.
To Unions, Says
MIAMI BEACH (UP)-The pow
erful American Farm Bureau Fed Federation
eration Federation has called on the govern
ment to apply anti-trust laws to
Some 6,000 delegates to the fed
eration's convention adopted a res resolution
olution resolution at the closing session late
Thursday, declaring, "Concentra
tion of economic power in labor
unions has progressed to the point
where it may be considered a mo
Operating under exemption from
federal anti-trust laws, the federa
tion said, "labor unions are resort
ing to measures, which if used by
any other economic group, would
result in drastic action.
"Union endeavors to dictate
prices, control production, prevent
or hinder the adootiori of techno
logical Improvements or restrict
sales territories "or outlets should
be subject to anti-trust statues,"
he resolution said.
New members elected to the
board of director were Herbert
W. Voorhes, Trenton, N.J.; Sta
cey Cole, West Swanzey, N.H.
J. L. Morton, Hancock, Minn.
Walt Wightman, Fennville, Mich.;
R. Flake Shaw, Greensboro, N.C.;
E. H. Finlayson Greenville, Fla.;
J. Walter Hammond, Tye, Tex.
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his horse.,. In an un unusual
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ment excitement and suspense 1
Spend your week ends at Rie
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOSE INN
Address: San Jose Inn, San Jose,
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Delmar Roberts, Anthony, N.M.,
and Arthur Henderson, Ault, Colo.
ine board met today with orders
from the convention to see if it
can get federal authorities to re restore
store restore complete inspection of all
baggage entering the United
States from foreign lands and ter territories
ritories territories including all military bag baggage.
gage. baggage. Such inspections are needed
to keep plant pests,' such as the
Mediterranean fruit fly, out of tho
country, the convention delegates
The organization closed out its
convention by candlelight as a
construction accident nearby,
which cost the lives of four Ne
gro workmen, plunged the modern
Miami Beach Auditorium into,
The convention passed a hulk
list of resolutions dealing with la-1
bor, economics, natural resources!
and foreign affairs as well at
Chief of these was one resolution
calling for support of the admin administration's
istration's administration's soil bank program and
another stating the federation's ob objective
jective objective of "gradually eliminating
government regulations of individ individual
ual individual farming operations as rapidly
vsw -sv asr "sat- m
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OWENSBQR0, Ky., Dec. 15 -(UPl
A federal court wai giv given
en given two school boards involved last
fall in racial disturbances until
February to file integration plans.
Judge Henry L. Brooks passed
until further court orders the
cases involving eight Negro stu students
dents students denied admission to the
Sturgis high school and four pu pupils
pils pupils refused admission to the Clay,
. The judge directed the Union
and Webster county school boards
to file plans for integration in
their school systems.
Eagle Quits Home;
Prefers Wild Blue
SALT LAKE CITY (UP) A
golden eagle that crashed safely
though the windshield of James
0. Rhead's truck as he drove 70
miles an hour over the Nevada
desert later took fate into its own
wings and flew the coop.
Rheau brought the giant bird
wing span 80 inches to his
home here, offered publicly to
give it away, then debated wheth whether
er whether the eagle might be happier
back on the desert. He haq de de-dd
dd de-dd to drive the bird back to Ne Nevada
vada Nevada when it snapped the slim
chain around one leg and took to
RELAX AND ENJOY
The ROYALTY of RADIO and TV
2:00 Md. Wizard
2:30 Around The Isthmus
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Encore. Amateur
5 : 30 Championship
7:00 Arthur Murray
7:10 Stage Show
8:00 Caeser's Hour
9:00 Higtway Patrol
9:30 Peoples Choice
10:06 George Gobel
11:05 Red Skelton
11:30 Russ Morgan
11:30 Vic Damone
MJ" St. No, 13-A-30 Tela. 3-2386 2-8142 2-3265
Tivoll Ave. 18-20.
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3bS Treaty Organization ministers in Paris.
NATO Committed To Nuclear Reply
! To Major Military Attack-Spaak
p apts n. 15 (UP) Belgian
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Ik, newly appointed naiv
Secretary general, saw toaay
JJjt NATO is committed to a
nuclear response to any major
i MUtary attack, whether by con conventional
ventional conventional on nuclear arms.
Spaak said that decision was
Inade in 1654 and reinforced this
week by the Increasing emphasis
NATO placed on its atomic arm armaments.
aments. armaments. Spaak said he found no con con-flile
flile con-flile in U.S. Secretary of 8tate
John Foster Dulles' warnlnn that
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the United States might have to
act first and talk with Its NATO
allies later in emergencies, and
NATO's resolve to bind tne alli
ance together in tighter politi political
cal political consultations.
"After all Spaak said, "you
couldn't expect a country tne
size of the United States with
its worldwide commitments to.
promise to consult a little coun country
try country like Belgium before taking
action on every promem posea
to it any place in the worltl
"We all understood tne spirit,
of that declaration, there was no
misinterpretation nor misappre misapprehension
hension misapprehension because of It.
"What Is important Is that
Dulles participated in the spirit
of the tnree wise mens report,
and indicated his willingness to
try to live up to that spirit." The
thmn wise men are NATO's key
consultants the Foreign Minis
ters of Italy, Norway and uan-
World War II GI,
Missing Since '45
located By FBI
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 15 (UP)
The FBI announced yesterday they
had located a World war 11 vet
eran who disappeared in 1945 and
s declared, legally aeaa tour
Chris Kusupios, an, son oi mi.
arid Mrs. Andrew .J Kusupios oi
Lancaster, Pa., was found m tne
Philadelphia State Hospital where
he had been admittid two weeks
after his disappearance, under tne
nsme n Antnonv mcnouans.
Kusunlos had served in the
Armv twice, once under the Nich
o tans name and once unaer me
name of Anthonv A. Nicolinos. He
is at Pearl Harbor during tne
Japanese attack in 1941, and
served on Guadalcanal.
In September, 1944, Kttsttplos
was admitted to tne veterans nus nus-r.ital
r.ital nus-r.ital at Coastesville. Pa., a neuro-
Dlvchiatric hospital, tuider the
Nk-olinos alias, the FBI said, lie
went home on leave in July, 1945,
attended a movie and vanished.
Kusupios was reported missing
bv his family and he was declared
dead by the Lancaster County Or
phans Court in 1952 after an in
vestigation failed to turn u pany
clues as to his whereabouts.
When his parents filed a claim
for benefits under his army life
insurance policy in January, the
Veterans Administration called in
the FBI which located the missing
man after an extensive search of
VA Moves To Stop
Rates On Homes
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UP)
The Veterans Administration
moved today to prevent increased
interest rates by the Federal
Housing Administration from
hurting the GI home mortgage
The VA notified lenders that
they may commit themselves to
lend 'future funds without specify-1
ing tne raw oi interest, untu tne
loan is closed u the borrowing
It pointed out that the maxi maximum
mum maximum GI loan Interest is fixed at
4V& per cent and cannot be
changed except by Congress. The
FHA recently raised interest
rates on mortgages it insures
from 4"-i to 5 per cent.
VA officials said their action
was designed to "keep lenders in"
the VA program and prevent
them from moving over entirely
into the FHA program where they
can earn more money.
They insisted the move was not
preliminary to an administration
appeal to Congress to increase VA
rates from the present 4V4 per
cent. This is expected, however,
in order to keep the program on
qual terms with that of the FHA.
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Dulles Flies Home From Paris NATO Meeting
Amid Cristicism from Both Sides of Atlantic
WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (5UP)'
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, flew home from the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization in
Paris today to report to the
President on his attempt to re reunite
unite reunite the. Western alliance.
Dulles faced criticism on both
sides of the Atlantic, despite re-,
ports he had done much to heal
the rift among the Western pow
He was scheduled to arrive at
National Airport this afternoon
and report immediately to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower:
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-
Ark.) said the U.S. offer at the
NATO meeting to share atomic-
type weapons with its allies may
ereate a "very dangerous" situa situation.
tion. situation. Dulles also came under lire
from French newspapers on both
the left and the right.
Blast Set To Kill
Gas Plant Worker
NORWALK, Conn., Dec. H
(UP) A gas company -employe
who escaped death in a pre-dawn
home explosion he allegedly: set
off to kill his family and himself
was charged today with the mur-
aer of his wife, the only fatality.
Police Capt. Joseph Beers said
George Nadin, 39, admitted touch touching
ing touching off the blast. He was injured
when he was blown into the back
yard with his 2 sons, George Jr.,
16. and Glena. 7. None of the 3
was in serious condition. Mrs. Na-
din's body was found in the. cellar
under the wreckage.
Mrs. Nadin and the boys were
asleep when the explosion oc
etifred. Nadin apparently was in
the house, too, although he could
not be questioned for details as
he was in Norwalk Hospital under
Beers said Nadin had sought to
kill himself as well as his family.
The police captain described the
rums as a heap of lumber. There
was no fire.
Nadin had been em ployed bv
the Connecticut Light and Power
Co., for the past 9 years. His duty
was to check gas mains.
ROCK HILL, S. C. (UP) -blonde
housewife who robbed
North Carolina grocery store with
the help of a Negro, will fight ex
tradition to North Carolina.
Mrs. Dora Jane Yazel of Rock
Hill, recently released from
mental hospital, has admitted that
she got Tommy Miller to help her
hold up a grocery store at Pine-
ville, N. C. Miller is serving
seven to 10-year sentence.
wnen sne was first placed en
trial at Charlott. N. C. a nav
hehiatnst testified that Mrs. Yazel
was mentally ill.
She was released far treatment
at the South Carolina State Hos
pital at Columbia. When she was
released, a judge at Charlotte
signed an order for her return.
Ends : 9 Year Term
MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 15 (UP)
A 19-year-oW Negro girl, accused
of getting "her shoplifting done
early," began a nine-year and-nine-day
prison sentence today on
nine counts of grand larceny.
Lula Coleman, described by de detectives
tectives detectives as this city's "champion
shoplifter," pleaded guilty to
charges of stealing a phonograph phonograph-radio
radio phonograph-radio combination, a duster, a
house coat, two slips, perfume,
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two sweaters, mink stole, camera
six watches, two portable radios
and two electric irons.
TOKYO, Dec. 15 (UP) An 'In
fluenza epidemic spreading
tnrougn loxyo lorcea tne closing
of 166 schools yesterday.
Authorities estimated that about
300,000 children were suffering ei either
ther either from colds or Influenza.
Newspaper reports said at least
130 persons have died in the epi
demic wnicn threatened to be become
come become one of the worst in recent
years. In 1953,
there were 19,942
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1956
They criticized him for having
refused at the NATO meeting to
bind the United States to "pribr
consultation" with Jts allies be before
fore before taking military or diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic action under terms of its
NAACP Agrees To Produce Records
er Georgia Judge Jails President
ATLANTA, Dec. 15 (UP)- The
National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People
bowed to a court order last night
and agreed to open its books to
the ($late Qf Georgia after the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta NAACP head spent several
SAOplchaoter President J. H.
Calhoun Was escorted to the head
quarters of the Atlanta branch by
two deputies and state revenue
agents began going over the state
records of the Negro organization.
Calhoun was the first official of
the NAACP to be jailed since
southern states began cracking
down on tne organization several
He was led away to tne lockup
by -2 deputies without a second
chance to talk to bis lawyers in
what may be an almost unpre
cedented case since Judge Dur-
wood Pye said he was continuing
jurisdiction which meant Calhoun
could not appeal his imprison
ment to a higher court.
But later, the NAACP agreed to
disclose its records to the state
which had previously announced
that it wishes to determine the
NAACP's tax liability in Georgia.
D. L. Hollowell, one of several
Negro attorneys for Calhoun, said
Calhoun was released "about 4
hours after he was committed' to
"He is out tor tne purpose ot
permitting the Inspection of the
disbursements and income of the
corporation, if he does have any,"
The attorney said that Calhoun
"presumably" would be released
from his sentence since he is com
plying with the state's demand.
He said Pye had ordered reven
ue agents to intorm mm u lai-
houn had abided by the court or
der to produce the required docU
Calhoun also was sentenced to
12 months in jail for "repeated"
contempt of court in his refusal to
open up NAACP records for state
agents to determine tax liability.
But-this sentence was suspended
"so long as he behaves," as Judge
Pye put It.
Judge Pye further fined the
NAACP $25,000 to cover expenses
incurred by the state in its quest
ot tne records out said this pen
alty might be lessened if and
when the books are produced. He
set a 35-day time limit for this.
Both the 12-months sentence and
the fine were opened for appeal
wnen rye granted motions for
supersedeas. But he denied such
a. motion as it affected Calhoun's
immediate jailing faying that
would defeat the purpose of hav
ing mm locked up.
It was after this denial that two
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NIXON VISITS U.N. Vice President Richard Nixon (left)
confers with Austrian Ambassador Dr. Franz Matsch (right)
at the United Nations in New York as U.S. Ambassador Henry
Cabot Lodge looks on. Nixon will go to Austria on Dec. 18
for a four-day inspection trip to seek ways to ease the
Hungarian refugee problem.
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country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
However, Belgian foreign min minister
ister minister Paul Henri Spaak, newly newly-appointed
appointed newly-appointed NATO secretary gen general,
eral, general, said Dulles took the correct
stand on the issue.
"After all, you couldn't expect
a country the size of the United
burly deputies led Calhoun out of
court to ruiton Tower, tne county
jail. He tried in vain to speak
again with his attorneys.
Judge Pye directed that no
photographs he taken of the pris
oner in or out of court as he was
Validity of Decision
Calhoun's lawyers argued that
denial of a supersedeas refused
the defendant a chance to test the
validity of the judge's decision.
"He holds the key to the jail
in his hands," Pye replied, mean meaning
ing meaning that Calhoun could gain his
freedom by producing the
NAACP's membership and other
records from the Atlanta office.
Judge Pye, a former assistant
to State Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook,
ordered Calhoun to jail after a
5-day trial of 5 NAACP officials
on charges of contempt of court.
The charges grew out of their al
leged refusal to obey Pye's order
of Nov. 21 to open the NAACP
records to state agents.
Manuel P. Arruda
Dies At Home;
Manuel Peter Arruda. 63-year
old American resident of Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa died at his home in Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa at 4 a.m. today. He had been
in ill health for some time, and
had been treated by his doctor
yesterday for a heart ailment.
Mr. Arruda retired from the
Mechanical Division of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Co. in 1944. He was
a machinist at the time of re retirement.
tirement. retirement. He is survived by his wife Ade Ade-la
la Ade-la Arruda of Gamboa and by
two daughters Mrs. Emma Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds and Mrs. Elsie Blystone both
of Los Rios.
Graveside funeral services will
be held at 10:45 Tuesday morn morning
ing morning at Corozal Cemetery.
Mrs. A. Rinaldo
Dies At Gorgas
Mrs. Antonla Rinaldo, wife of
Salvatore Rinaldo of the Cus Customs
toms Customs Division in Balboa, died at
1:45 a.m. today at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital following a long illness.
She was 44 years old and a
native of El Salvador.
The funeral mass will be said
at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning at
the Sacred Heart chapel in
Ancon. It will be conducted by
Rev. Michael Wye.
Burial will follow at Corozal
States with Its world-wide com commitments
mitments commitments to promise to consult a
little country like Belgium be before
fore before taking action on every
problem posed to it any place In
the world," Spaak said.
Two defendants, Eunie Cooper
and V. W. Hodges, were acquitted
outright when Pye found that they
had no pertinent records under
Two others, Ruby Hurley and
L. D. Milton, were not sentenced
but were ordered to produce all
records they have access to. A
sixth defendant, attorney Hollo
well, was exonerated at the re
quest of the state.
The move against the NAACP
was instigated Dy state revenue
and legal agents who contended
most of the organization's south southern
ern southern records were transferred to
Atlanta after Alabama banned the
NAACP in that state and fined it
SOLOIST Grace Lombana,
above, soprano soloist of the
Balboa High School Glee Club,
chorus and the Troubadour
Singers, will be the featured
singer Tuesday evening on the
36th annual BHS concert of
Christmas music. Tickets for
the concert are available at
the BHS office from 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. until Monday.
In New York For
lap Entry Into UN
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)
Japanese Foreign Minister Ma Mamoru
moru Mamoru Shigemitsu arrived here
today to take part in next week's
formal admission of Japan to
the United Nations.
Shigemitsu said on his arrival
at Newark Airport that he would
meet Monday with Prince Wan
of Thailand, president of the
U.N. General Assembly. Daa
Hammarskjold, secretary gener
al ana nenry cabot Lodge Jr.,
head of the VS. delegation.
New Time, Life
Home Is Planned
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP) -Rockefeller
Center. Inc. and Tim
Inc., jointly announced nlans to
day for construction of a 47-story,
70 million dollar skyscraper which
will be ready for occupancy in
Rockefeller Center within two
The air-conditioned building wU
contain more than 1,400,000 square
feet of rentable space and will be
known as the Time & Life build building.
ing. building. Time Inc., the major tenant,
Will lease about 600,000 square
feet in the building, including 20
The building, which will be the
city's largest single shaft tower,
will be constructed opposite the
Radio City Music Hall. It will oc occupy
cupy occupy the entire block-front from
50th to 51st streets on the west of
the Avenue of the Americas and
extend west 410 feet to thn Rnxv
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Collier s, 'Companion' Fold;
Both Among Oldest in Field
NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)-Two
of the nation's oldest magazines,
Collier's and Woman's Home Com Companion,
panion, Companion, are going out of business.
Heavy financial losses were cited
as the reason for the suspension,
announced last night by Paul C.
smith, president and chairman of
the board of the Crowell-Collier
Publishing Co., which publishes
The decision was made at
meeting of the company's board of
directors wnicn had been called to
decide the fate of Cro well-Collier's
last two magazines.
Collier's, founded. in 1888, will
bo suspended after the Jan. 4 is issue.
sue. issue. Woman's Heme Companion,
started in 1173, will cease publi publication
cation publication with the January issue.
US Consent Needed
Moscow Radio Says
LONDON. Dec. 15 (UP) Mo.
cow Radio said today only Wash
ington s consent is needed to get
disarmament under way.
The broadcast to North Ameri America
ca America said the Soviet Union has a a-greed
greed a-greed to all "serious business
like" proposals on disarmament
made by the western powers, in including
cluding including ceilings on the size of
armed forces and aerial inspec inspection
tion inspection "within certain limits."
It said it was "doubtful" if the
American people will "support
Washington on this obstinate
stand it has taken."
Negro Wins Post
In KKK Hometown
r ulaskj, Tenn., Dec. 15 (UP)
Dr. W. A. Lewis, a Negro has
been elected president of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Society of Giles County, where
me urigmat a.u Kiux Klan report-
cuijr was iormea.
Lewis, about 80. was elentorl
week ago but the news wac mH
i public only today.
: fhe medical society is composed
w wiihc aociors ana the two Ne
j gro aociors in the county, Lewis
ana ur. u. m. Spottswood.
Dr. J. A. Hite Jr, white,
A history of Giles Cnnntv stiDc
that the Ku Klux Klan was formed
on West Madison Street here in
into, six confederate veterans or
ganized the klan, the history said
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PEPE ORTIZ IN HIS MOST DARING
A Spanish Dialogue Picture
YO-YO Exhibition by the World's Champion
MR. DAN-DAN at tht 3:00 Show.
Outstanding Performance. . Amazing.
Don't Mm it!
Smith said the magazines lost
"over $7.5 million" this year. Tho
company, a successful book pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, will have a loss of about
$2.5 million," he said.
Gardner Cowles, president of
Cowles Magazines, Inc., which
publishes Look magazine, said
an agreement had been reached
with Crowell-Collier to take over
obligation for unfilled subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions for Collier's.
In addition, he said, his firm it
acquiring the magazine title "Col "Collier's."
lier's." "Collier's." Each subscriber to "Col "Col-lier's"
lier's" "Col-lier's" will be offered the choice
of Look or any one of several oth other
er other magazines.
"Any subscriber requesting a
cash refund for the unexpired po potion
tion potion of his Collier's subscription
will receive a refund c h e c k,"
Crowell-Collier is making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with other publishers
for the fulfillment of unexpired
subscriptions to Woman's Home
Companion, Cowles said.
Over JC Tigers
The honeymoon's over for Jun Junior
ior Junior College.
The Devils, unbeaten until last
night, took an 8rJ-5t beating from a
fired-up, quick-moving bunch of
Balboa High School bulldogs. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa grabbed an early lead and
wound up almost running the JC JC-ers
ers JC-ers who've already clinched the
interscholastic title out rjf the
The Wlnkloskys and Lem Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land did the big potshotting. Jack
Winklosky had a Bulldog high of
17, Kirkland 16 and Dan Winklosky
13. However, the total points
champ was College's Ramon Que Que-zada,
zada, Que-zada, who had 26.
One of the College's aces, Pat
Lincoln, was benched by the Books.
Poor grades made him ineligible
and cost Coach Stu Brown more
than Brown thought he would.
Gil Smith had another 12 points
for the losers. And George Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland and George Barbier had 9
each for the victors.
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