The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02082

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
AN INDEPENDENT iHll

DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people knew the truth and the country 1$ safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Sted TEAS
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1956
f HI CENTS

IBBADIABl WHIfKYcapSB

To: PanCanal Employes

From: The Brass

tanks for the Billionth Ton

Congratulations from George H. Roderh. chairman
of the Panama Canaf Company board of directors, and a
salute to the entire Canal organization from the Pacific
American Steamship Association were among the mes messages
sages messages received by Gov. W. E. Potter on the occasion of
the transit of the one billionth ton of cargo through the
Panama Canal.
On behalf of Wilber M. Brucker, secretary of the
Army and Panama Canal Company Stockholder and the
members of the Panama Canal Company board of di directors,
rectors, directors, Roderick congratulated Potter and his organiza organization
tion organization for "the operating achievement represented by the

passage of a billion tons or cargo tnrougn tne uanai.

The historic occasion was also
noted by Robert E. Mayer, presi president,
dent, president, and Ralph B, Dewey, vice
president of the Pacific American
Steamship Association, who sent
Potter the following message:

DOGFIGHT
IN GAMBOA
(BUT NO DOG)

Jasper Wilmoth's doc had been

killed in an accident, and he was

feeling pretty badly about it.

I SO when fie came aown me
stairs of House 324 in Gamboa he
aid to fellow tenant William H.
Allen something like:

"Well Bow that my dog's dtad,
I suppose you can win in the lot

Nry."

The Allen famirf naa nao no no-hint
hint no-hint to do with the doc's death.

But while the animal was still a-

lv thev had remarked to its own

er that it brought bad luck with

Ithe numbers. m

Wilmoth, 55, is a Bntisn west

Indian; Allen, 62, is a Panaman

ian

One word led to another but maM

lers hardly became neaiea unui
M Rnsp Allen. 36. Panamanian,

land Mrs. Joshephine Pinion de Wil-

oth. 39. Panamanian, aescennea

Idle stairs and began to take a ver

bal and physical hand.

Th Affon couDle's daughter,

IRose Letticia, 16, Panamanian also

"Wo know wo express the sen sentiment
timent sentiment of the entire American
shipping industry as wo salute
you and the entire Canal organi organization
zation organization on the occasion of the
transiting of the one billionth ton
of cargo since the Canal opened.
"As Americans, we share your

organization's pride in this monu

mental achievement and pledge
our continued cooperation in assur assuring
ing assuring that the next billion tons will
move as smoothly and as efficient efficiently
ly efficiently as the first. Sincerest best wish wishes
es wishes for the future."
A "thank-you" to everyone who
contributed to the Billion Ton Pro Program
gram Program also was expressed by Capt.
W. E. Rodimon, Marine Director in
a special memorandum to the em employes
ployes employes of the Canal organization.

Special mention was mads by

the Marine Director of the mem

bers of the Architectural Branch

of the Engineering Division', the
Panama Canal printing plant the
Canal Zone Postal employes tor
their handling of the; special cachet
stamping the personnel at Gatun
Locks; members of the Cristobal
High School Band, which furnish furnished
ed furnished music for the ceremony at Gat-

Hungarians Still Fighting

Probation
Paying Off
In GZ Court

The probation policy used in the

canal zone is paying off. It's help helping
ing helping probationers to go straight:

and it doesn't seem to be raising

me incidence oi serious crimes.
That was the gist of an an

nouncement made yesterday by
Guthrie F. Crowe, judge of the
U. S. District Court for the Canal

Zone.

The evaluation was made in
connection with figures released by
the Judge on probations granted
and revoked during the past four

years.

"These figures show the proba probation
tion probation system has been successful,"

the jurist observed.

Judge Crowe said" he felt the
record particularly good in view

of the fact there is no parole sys system
tem system with a paid staff fof the Zone.
The parole officer is a court at

tache appointed by the Judge to

nandie tne work in addition to ms
other duties.
Statistically, the Judge pointed
out, it would seem that more than
two-thirds of those whose criminal

sentences were suspended, and who

were put on probation, have not

committed acts which cause their

probation to be revoked.
He explained that 'probations
granted and revoked in any given
year do not necessarily apply to
the same offenders. Revocations
are most often for those who have
been put on probation in previous
years.
Crimes tried in U. S. District
Court are almost all felonies, i.e.
Serious offenses. There are a few

als of convictions of such

s as drunken driving, or

ing.

jHwarBBiMaoj
B Em Lm
jm
iff
mr M Ibb a. .J ftB7

CHASED FROM BORDER Two Hungarian sentries at the Austria-Hungary border, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a dog. Chase three womn who tried to shout information arross to the Austrian
side. The women were not arrested, but were ordered to go home.

CFN To Have
Daily Xmas
Programs

Others squared off in

' round-rumpus.

end Judge Jbhn B. Dem Dem-I
I Dem-I Wilmoth and Mrs. Allen

ich. Mrs. Wilmoth was fined
,.f w fln was susnended

I she was put on probation.

and his daughter were iouna
guilty.

Will Santa Forget!

No, Hopes Elton
In Christinas Note

Bven in the beauty of the

Shrlsttmas story there some

times has to be a note of sor-

ow.
of the many letters address-

. to Santa Claus received at

Caribbean Forces Network at

Fort Clayton, none have keen
as unhappy as that from

nine-year-old Elton pnaaie in
Trinidad and Tobago. He
wrote:

Helto Santa:

"I might be a little late in
lting because I did not know

you before.

"My father had an operation
Reentry and my grandfather

lied last week which means that

have no money for toys.
"I am nrne years old and I

have two brothers and one 1

sister whose ages are 7 yrs 6
yrt and 5 yrs. Will you kindly
send us some toys please.

"A doll for my sneer a bugle

me and a plane and a ear
my brothers.
Please do not disappoint us

re are looking so much to act

ing some toys for Xmas."
Elton lives in Teachier village,

it Fortin, Trinidad and To-

To Hold Review

Wednesday Homing
The Balboa High School ROTC
unit will hold its fourth review of
the year on Wednesday at 10:20
a.m. The ceremony win honor Lt.
Gen. William K. Harrison,, com commanding
manding commanding general of Caribbean
Command, and will be held in the
area immediately in front of the
Fastlich little league baseball park.
Parking facilities are available
next to the Little League stadium
Off Gaillard Highway.

wjs net reflected in the number of
Cases to reach his court.
Thnueh the number has risen

somewhat since a low of 82 in

1953, he observed, it is still under
such, years as 1946 and 1048.
Tie breakdown of case filed in
the last 10 years is:

nse

crane ,- rate

thee Judge

Daily presentation of pro programs
grams programs with a Christmas theme

has been scheduled by Carib

bean Forces Network radio ana
television stations beginning- to today
day today and lasting through Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Day.
Members of GFN haveused a

moination or locai isaem; aim

Panama's merchant fleet ton

nage eained 3.000 tons this past

year, but it didn't do the nation

any good they dropped in woria
standings from last year's fifth
place to ninth position in 1956.

The report or now principal

shipping nations stand, com

piled annually by Lloyd's Regis Register
ter Register of shipping, showed that

Panama slipped four notches

despite S.926,000 tons of mer-

said this

Year
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

1055

B.I.
110
95
111
84
72
70
68
29
54
75

1956 (1st 9 mos.) 81

Cris.
48
4S
61
51
47
30
29
53
33
33
55

Total
158
140
172
135
119
100
97
82
87
108
136

Diablo Students

To Give Annual

mas Program

Th rhristmas stnrv in sons

rtll be tee' highlight of the an

nual Christmas musical pro-

nan bomg given tomorrow
aoming at 10:30 by the pupils

tne Diablo Hetgnts Eiemen Eiemen-ry
ry Eiemen-ry School.

This part of the program will

I sung by tne pupils or tne
aird, fourth and fifth grades
tth the members of the sixth

tade classes presenting the ta

bleaux which accompanies the

llUBlC.

Each of the grades in the Dia

blo school have special musical

lumbers prepared for the prcr-

im wnicn is to be heia in tne

so Height Gymnasium.

PROBATIONS GRANTED AND REVOKED IN U.S.
DISTRICT COURT

Balboa Division Cristobal Division

Years
1953 .
1954
1955 .
1st 9 Mos
1956 .

Granted Revoked
.33 7
.33 6
. 39 12

33

10

Granted Revoked
13 3
22 2
15 5
24 S

Percentage
Revoked
20
14
31
33

hh&, "mTftMmmtillRi

programs produced in the Unit- inf' for Panama, in 1954 they

ed States w ormg to uanaone smpoq lourtn,

The U.S., as last year, stayed

number one with a total of 26, 26,-146.000
146.000 26,-146.000 tons, despite a 277,000-

of the Christmas ton loss last year. The British

Commonwealth was a close sec second
ond second with 23,556,000 tons, an in increase
crease increase of 325,000.

Lloyd's report noted the
most outstanding gains of the
past shipping year were made
by Liberia, which Jumped I, I,-587,000
587,000 I,-587,000 tons, and Norway,
which continued to expand.
The other leaders:
Norway, 8,035,000; Liberia, 5, 5,-584.000:
584.000: 5,-584.000: Italy. 4,197.000: Japan,

4,076,000; Netherlands, 4,006,000;
France, 3,943,000; Panama, 3 3-926,060;
926,060; 3-926,060; Germany, 3,206,000;
Sweden, 2,922,000; Russia, 2,636,-

000; Denmark, 1,1,695,000;

Spain, 1,438,000; Greece, 1.307, 1.307,-000;
000; 1.307,-000; and Argentina, 1,050,000.

The world's total tonnage was

raised from last year's 100,668, 100,668,-000
000 100,668,-000 to a 1956 total of 10500,000.

Lloyd's said the wartime build

ing program still is reflected in
world tonnage by a preponder preponderance
ance preponderance of the size group 6000-8000
tons. Of ships built during the
past five years, by far the larg

est amount of tonnage ialis in
the sise group 10,000-15,000 tons,
83 per cent of which are oil
tankers. Ships of between 15,000
and 20,000 tons under five years

of age are similarly

WINS CUSTODY OF DAUGHTER Mrs. Helen Diaczok, of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, kisses her daughter, Tanya, outside the U.S. Embassy in
London after obtaining a passport to return to the United
States. Mrs. Diaczok was awarded custody of her two-year-

old child by a British court to prevent the girl from being

taken to Russia by her turncoat Russian refugee father, Alexis
Chwastov. t

residents the well-known hide-

lights of the Christmas season
and to reemphasize the religious

importance

season.

On Christmas Eve at mldnient,

CFN television will present a
film of a Catholic high mass. At

the same time. CFN ratuo win

be. alrine the midnight Catholic

mass which will be conducted atj

Fort Kobbe.
Jim Pattison. program director

of CFN, said all major radio pro

grams from U.S. networks win

have a Christmas theme during

the neriod. In addition, from

7:30 to 8 p.m., each day there
will b locally produced pro programs
grams programs aired simultaneously over
radio and television.

Scheduled programs mciuae

tonight, a dancing show featur featuring
ing featuring Harnett and Dunn; tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, the Air Force Band from
Albrook AFB featuring Christ Christmas
mas Christmas music; Wednesday, the
Catholic chapel choir from Co Coco
co Coco Solo; Thursday, the 60th and
79th Army bands combined in a
program of Christmas music:
Friday, the choir of the Fort
Kobbe Protestant chapel; Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 60th Armv band and

Sunday, the choir from tne Al

brook AFB chapel.

At 6:30 p.m. today, tne Ut Bo

ca choir will appear on Panora

ma.
On the Trader Dick show. Ca

nal Zone children will present a

variety show. The Fort Kobbe

Junior Choir will appear on the
show oh Dec. 19.

A half -hour film will be shown

on Christmas Eve on CFN-TV

featuring the united States Ar

my band in a program of Christ-

music. SWmm

Weather permitting, local

shows over the TV station will
be televised from the front lawn

of the CMF station at Fort Clay

ton.
On Christmas Eve. the station
has olanned from 7 to 8 n m.. an

old-fashioned Christmas enrol

sing on its front lawn with the
60th Army band.
fO.
Admiral's Better

At Gorgas Hospital today Rear
Adm. Clarence L. C. Atkeson was
reported feeling much better.
The commandant of the 15th
Naval District was rushed to the
VIP suite Saturday night after
it was discovered he was bleed bleeding
ing bleeding internally.
Identity Error
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 17 -(UP)
- Grocer Franklin lllns
turned over to police without
hesitation a note demanding $100
"or your wife won't liye long."
. FBI agents arrested Roy Wayne
Jackson, 17, at a theater where
Collins was told to leave the mon money.
ey. money. Collins isn't married.

Tonnage Of Panamas Fleet
Drops To 9th Despite Gain

chant

walheBitf Ins-.. (4Jrft

year of dropping in the staaa-

oil tankers, excluding a number
of ore and oil carriers. The more
recent trend to still larger tank tankers
ers tankers is shown by a considerable
Increase in ships over 20,000 tons
since last year, Lloyd's reported.
At the end of June, 1956, the
number of merchant ships en?
tered in the Register Book to

Lloyd's classlf

10,627 and their

Shortage of Coal
Threatens Disaster
For Puppet Regime

VIENNA, Dec. 17 (UP) Russia said today the Hun Hun-garian
garian Hun-garian revolution had ended, but reports from Budapest
said Russian tanks, troops and possibly planes were still
fighting rebel guerrillas in the wild mountains north of
the capital.
The Budapest government was reported sending
Hungarian strikers to the coal mines today as forced la labor
bor labor in an effort to avert economic disaster, and a Budapest
broadcast today said 654 went to work in the Matra moun.
tain mines today.
Reports from Hungary said a Soviet "mopping up"
Campaign was in progress in the Beuku mountains near
the industrial cities of Eger and Miskolc, scene of larae larae-scale
scale larae-scale clashes.
lt was in this area the Communist government an announced
nounced announced the first execution of a oartv lenrier rhi w.-t.

end.

Moscow radio broadcast renorls

today life had returned to "nor "normal"
mal" "normal" in Hungary and renorts tn

the contrary were "slanderous

from beginning to end."

But Radio Budapest itself ad

mitted communist police were caryf

rvinff nut a mlibinnnH ron.ih

naiAM Ul j .. : 1

RHi ths) hitffi 4hiakY-,,M .u

Thonx For

To Haig Fu

Contributions from thfl

community in PananfK

their friends to Halg's

British disabled ex-Sen

totalled $280.20.

A tetter of thanks has Men re

ceived from the Director I

peals, British Legion, Lorj

represent

fective world total

excluding the United States re

serve fleet which is estimated at
14 million gross tons.

Drop Recorded
In Commissary
-1 Customer

Battery was the charge in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Mrs. Alejandrina Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, 26, Panamanian.
Last Friday Mrs. Rodriguez hit
another shopper so hard that
the victim was laid out "stone
cold" in the market Paraiso
market.
Mrs. Rodriguez was fined $25
and was given a 10-diy jail term
for using force and violence on
the person of Mrs. Dora Chen.
However, the Jail term Was sus suspended
pended suspended and she was put on pro probation
bation probation for one year.
The defendant has two small
children and is expecting anoth another
er another soon.
Testimony aired in court indi indicated
cated indicated the two women fell into

argument over charges that

s. Rodriguez nursery school

ren were taking merchan merchan-from
from merchan-from the shelves.

A broadcast said workers still
were unable to carry out their
jobs because of a coal shortage.
,Lieast,half. tte country's
10(M00 coal miners disappeared
during the Hungarian uprising.

believed to have et

West.

killed or ioinrf th

orces in the Bakonv anrf

ountains.

Top Reefs Shepilov, Zhukov
Seek Troop Deal witli Poles

WARSAW, Dec. 17 (UP1 So Soviet
viet Soviet -foreign minister Dmitri
Shepilov and defense minister
Oeorgi Zhukov arrived here to today
day today from Moscow to discuss Lhe
status of Russian troops in Po Poland.
land. Poland. They were met at the airport
by a top government delegation
Including foreign minister Adam
Rapackl and defense minister
Marian Spychalski.
Other Polish generals and se senior
nior senior officials of the ministry of
foreign affairs also were on
hand.
The first public announcement
of their impending arrival was
from the official Soviet Tass
news agency, which announced
in Moscow the two Soviet lead leaders
ers leaders left there early today.
Tass said tne purpose of the
visit was to negotiate the legal
status of the Soviet troops in
Poland, as agreed during the re recent
cent recent top-level talks in Moscow.
It was the first visit by top So Soviet
viet Soviet authorities here since party
secretary Nikita Khrushchev and
other Soviet leaders flew Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly to Warsaw on Oct. U. the
day party secretary Wladyslaw
Gomulka was restored to power.
The fact that both Shepilov
and Zhukov were sent here re reflected
flected reflected the importance top Rus Russian
sian Russian leaders attached to both
talk and to Oomulka's position
as head of an independent Poland.

Gomulka agreed during his

and Premier Nikolai Bulgsnia
that Soviet troops should remain
in Poland.
The Soviets use Poland as a
communications link to their
forces in East Germany.
Lawyers Donate
Services
To Hungarians
LONDON, Dec. 17 (UP)-Three
former attorneys general of BriU
ain today offered to defend Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian rebel leaders in the
"purge" trials now being staged
by the puppet Budapest govern government.
ment. government. They applied for Hungarian
visas under a joint program or
ganized by lawyers from the Con Conservative,
servative, Conservative, Labor and Liberal par parties
ties parties to defend "by every legirt
mate means within our power"
those charged with political
crimes in Hungary.
The three former Cabinet min ministers,
isters, ministers, Laborites Sir Hartley
Shawcross and Sir Fran Soskice
and Conservative Sir Lionel HraM
asked the Hungarian legation hers
for the necessary visas.

KNOXV1LLE, Term., Dec. 17 -(UP)-Richard
White of Rockford
told police today he was robbed
of $10 by a knife-wielding Footpad
who held him up again an hour

Moscow talks with Khrushchev fater and took $20 more.

0

rTWm mm

HMWrs. Chen turned away and as
I did so the other woman hit
SH in the arlr at ih nrlr tvith

side of her hand. The victim and Zhukov were sent here re- D l,

and fell unconscious and had to be fleeted the importance too Rus- ncucui

MMftitalized briefly.

KM noon today. Mrs. Rodriguez'

and. a locks worker, was

iHlookine for $25 to Dav his

m fine.

Pipssi i i iaaaa aa

EMPLOYES throughout the

members, representing the la

Many offices are preparing

who prepared their ballots a

Andrew c. Naay. Mrs. Jean

employes to' serve on the Groi

BOT OHM

. Cor iasaBlin

tion are now balloting for members of the Group Health Insurance Board. Four
Council groups, have been appointed and six are being elected by popular vote.

iormai voting as snown aoove. This is the personnel oi the Payroll. Branch

t. Left to right are: Alfredo E. Gibbs. Mrs. Eva M. Grassau, Juan A. Cedeno,

Walker and Richard S. Brogie. The votes for the six representatives from

urance Board will ba counted Wednesday night



I TWO

m Panama American ah iwiEriwM.ii

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
aaa tne Munn ar tmc mhmh amwican mm me.
MWM t NUPN BJOUHStVSU. in IfU
UlHIflfllA IMU. IIM

7. H TftT P. O.
TlLIPMONt
. h

CHILI ICBwH .-..r... .mm.. ........ i-nnww
I8.17 CCNTNAL AVCNUI IfTWHN ISrH A NO fTN STAtfTS

348 MAWN A.
Mm MONTN. M ADVANCI
Sn NOATN8. IN AOVANCC
NC YA. IN AQVANC1

9 TOW 0tVM THt U0H OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX

IteMMlar
tonim
aad
ant
sev Utran art
fNMM Iff ta kta
lattata
-A A lAA.
is MM
If

tefttn Aft 1Hi ntrirf

;ai m Mtass Htm warn,

LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL TEACHERS
!!tr:
This Is the tragic story of a valiant group of Canal Zone
employes and worse still, a body of supposedly professional
toeoole It's the tragic story of the plight of teachers of the
canal Zone Latin American Schools. And it is my sincere hope
! that this story will come to the attention of Governor Potter.
J! Teachers of the Latin American Schools have been made to
become an unhappy group of employes, and are presently worn worn-'Ing
'Ing worn-'Ing under newly-created pressure, brought on as a result of a
"recent meeting held in the music room of the high school at
Paralso, when they felt the security of their jobs to have been
threatened in no uncertain terms by a prominent official of
the "Schools Division, who on many previous occasions and
Kvn up to recently had given the teachers definite, firm
assurances that their jobs were now secure, and that they have
"earned the right to remain in their jobs by having successfully
!! brought the Latin American Schools through the crisis of the
Spanish conversion program.
i. Only recently when the school system was faced with an
evaluation program, this same official personally went, as a
"forerunner to the evaluation committee, from school to school
I! giving teachers "pep talks" and expressing his unshaken con confidence
fidence confidence in them. .,
These were his very words: "You are all good teachers
and if yoU weren't, you wouldn't be holding your jobs now. You
"have nothing to fear from the evaluation program. Just go
"head and do your jobs, and let me do the worrying. And I
know that you are good teachers, so I'm not Worried.'
But, on the afternoon of Dec. 3 when the Pacific side
teachers assembled in the music room of the Paralso High
;Schcol to hear an announcement by mis same official, it was
;ia shocked group of teachers who listened in amazed disbelief
as the gentleman who had taken so many pains to build up in
"the teachers a feeling of confidence and of job security now
shattered their morale with the impact of his words, and set
"teachers' brains reeling In a thousand directions, in a dazed
"search for something they could have faith in, some aspiration
they could really acquire, a different type of work they could
"really enjoy doing, and feel secure In.
'., This points to poor administrative technique in dealing with
people and especially a group of thinking people. Or could
lit be that the official in question believes that teachers are so
stupid, and that he can forever continue to push them around
'like a bunch of dumb driven cattle?
I happen to know that most of the teachers are fed up
with the treatment of the Schools Division, and It really is
'.about time that they were. More than almost any other group
bf employes, they have silently endured a great deal more than
the general public will ever know, and I suggest that the Latin
"American Civic Councils and Governor Potter take a serious
look into the bad conditions now existing In the Latin American

OCIJUUiS.
CHRISTMAS
I would like vou to nuhllsh

the answer to some 01 ay questions tWjiivlet ace know. I
wduld like to know how Is It possible for 'He 'to give my maid a
Christmas giftMpurchase in the comftilssary? You see she lives
in Colon and k very afraid that she-may be fined if the in inspectors
spectors inspectors of Panama find her with it.
) I would like to know if it is legal, and If the Panama gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment is not losing money, when the goon people of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone donate Christmas food and toys to the poor people
of Panama?
; I? It legal for the, Panama officials to be entertained on
the Canal Zone so often, getting tax-free food and liquor while
the poorer class is not able to do the same
' iHln?' Is it legal for people to be arrested for just
?S the streets; Maybe we are in Hungary. I have known
onSSuri !D lng a certftln buslnessmftn payment
A U.S. Observer

NOW
2 times per Week
(only 4V hours)
Non

PANAMA and PUERTO RICO

Leave Tocumen
Monday and Friday
m

LINEAJB AEREAS C 0 8 T A R R I C E N S E S 8. A.l
For further information consult your Travel Agent
or call our Office Tel. 3-7011
Justo Arosemena flefween 3st. and 32nd. Sts.

BOX 134. Panama, n or P

1-070 '5 LIN
. u u ni lu ......
WW YoK. (17) N. Y.
L.OCAL IT HIL
I 1.70 3.3
9.80 13 00
19.99 S4.Q0
rw mean The Paoasaa
or handlaa m vkoHy
aa haaaHut m
hatitai la aaa aaaa tanata.
m itnctast caahasaca.
Local Rate Employe
!
QUESTIONS
thte so that If anvnne Irnmuc

II. II La A J

lllliTSflif -. 1 asjs

- Stop Flights between

m m um

StRVCS THE HURT Of THE AMERICAS

Iahor News
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIISIL
Adlai Stevenson appears to be
a born loser. Hp dropped two pres presidential
idential presidential elections and now is a
brave general without an army
which has cut away from him too.
He has just lost his labor batta battalions.
lions. battalions. This is -evident from a confiden
tial memorandum quietly distribut
ed by labor's political high com
mand. It is an eight-page docu
ment mspaicned on Nov. 28 and
it writes both Adlai Stevenson and
most of the Democratic city ma machines
chines machines off its books.
Without saying so in the blunt,
hard words labor men find so
bandy, they do admit, however,
that they backed a man for whom
their people had "no enthusiasm."
In ether words they not only mis
judged their candidate, but knew
not the will of their people.
This apparently is what they
meant when they wrote in their
confidential report to their col colleagues
leagues colleagues across the land:
"There was no great enthusiasm
in the labor wards for Adlai Stev Stevenson.
enson. Stevenson. This lack of enthusiasm
was expressed in terms of a failure
to vote in the presidential race
rather than in terms of a vote for
his opponent.
This report says that actually
Mr. Stevenson's vote dipped in vir virtually
tually virtually all labor districts all but
pne. That was Detroit, where Wal Walter
ter Walter Reuther's political machine
rolled like a panzer division over
most of those his union opposed.
There Is no groat sighing for
Adlai Stevenson. Nor for the
Democratic machine. There is
just the realism of man wha
know that only victories pay off.
Their confidential report said
that the Democratic Party, which
thoy refer to as the "tradition "traditional"
al" "traditional" outfit, had lost control of the
majorities In the large cities and
could recoup only if the labor
people aided thorn.
The labor strategists looking at
the returns tell their people that
there are now only three cities
where the Democrats can be count counted
ed counted on Detroit, St. Louis and
Philadelphia, and there only be because
cause because they arc based on the u u-Jjlons.
Jjlons. u-Jjlons. i You may want the specific word
ing of this epilogue on the great
effort of so. Here it is:
"The major dependable political
organizations remaining in the
country are those based on effec effective
tive effective trade union political action (De
troit, Philadelphia, St. Louis). In Increased
creased Increased and mure effective trade
union political action is necessary
in order to offset (a) the break-up
of traditional organization in such
areas as Jersey City, Memphis,
Chicago, New York City and (bi
the decline of dependable majori majorities
ties majorities in the large cities."
This.! no mighty code need needing
ing needing Unscrambling, It seams to
meWhat ma Washington labor
roaefrahara and strategists are
Avina f Ihalr oeoole across the
country is that they had better gat
busy and begin replacing -the
aid Democratic machinal which
as memory serves, ware known
by such ancient passwords as
Tammany, Hague, Crump and
Arvay if future election are
to bo won.
These words to the politically
wise have not been lost on labor
men who have now spent million
in two campaigns on a futile candidate.

Leave Puerto Rico
Tuesday and Saturday

Passenger and Cargo Service
PAA Affiliate

ITS ALL TOO. TOO MUCH "Oh, my gosh!" shrieks three-year-old Peter Breitstone, of Mew Mew-York
York Mew-York City. "Do I HAVE to tall all these Santas what I want for Christmas?" Peter Just
happened to walk in during the annual pre-season briefing of the Volunteer of America
Santa Clauses and was considerably confused by all the Kris Kringlea he saw.

I was out in the bush when
our little battery radio inform informed
ed informed me that the Russians had
pulled ahead of the Americans
in the Olympic Games in Mel
bourne, Australia.
They had accruea a hock oi
gold medals for winning the
Greco-Roman wrestles, dandruff-scratching,
and physical
jerks and had rolled up a size sizeable
able sizeable advantage, as I heard It
through the squawks, whistles
and hoots of our noble little set.
I do not believe that the Rus
sians' medals included any for
shoplifting, although well they
might because that beefy broad,
shotputter Nina sometning, was
arrested In London for pincning
ladies hats and created a mar
velous scandal.
The Dooular s u s oiclon In
England was that this lady shot-putter-cum-thief
was not a lady
at all but a gentleman In cheap
ciotnmg. Tne men or tne nats
was broadly explained by the
supposition that the burly shot shot-putter
putter shot-putter was stealing them to take
home to his wife. Such is life in
the Soviets these days. You can't
even tell the players with' a
scorecard.
This was possibly the silliest
of ail the Olympiads, startin
with the tact mat the Aussie;
didn't really know how to run it
and forbade all the equestrian
events for fear of hoof-and-
mouth disease.
Various nation got hurt feel-
-

Silly Olympiad
By BOB RUARK

r
ings due to wars and stuff and
dropped out.
' The radio said, though, that
the Hungarians whipped the
Russians in the swimming and
that it was a very rough event.
I am really surprised that no nobody
body nobody introduced a spirited con conflict
flict conflict between unarmed civilians
and Russian tanks. They have
had a lot of practice at that
sport lately.
One of me chief reasons an
Olympiad is silly is that in the
case of the Russians, at least,
the men that aren't women and
the women-that aren't men are
all pros anyhow and haye done
nothing but practice athlete's
foot to rifle-shooting since they
were tots.
I believe they get special food
coupons or a tree snot at a Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian for proficiency In these
matters.
It seems to me that the
Olympics lost a lot of luster
when crossing the broad waters
was no longer an adventure due
to cheap plane fares.
I can still remember Jesse
Owens making bums out of the
Nazis. I can remember "Little
Nell" Holm's fracas that they
took poor old Jim Thorpe's med med-Sls
Sls med-Sls away from him for being a
ro.
This hardly seems fair when
you consider that all amateur
athletes are pros anyhow, wheth whether
er whether they t.ke their loot under the
table via expense accounts or in

ATMOS

THE CLOCK THAT LIVES ON AIR

SWiaa&K LANDS LEADING LUXURY

hockable watches.
The only strictly amateur per performance
formance performance I can recall was when
Paul Galileo, an owl-eyed sports
writer, fell off an Alp in the

middle 1930s and won the invol involuntary
untary involuntary skiihg championship. Ac According
cording According to a Mr. Westbrook Peg Peg-ler,
ler, Peg-ler, Galileo's previous skiing
had been confined to the begin beginners'
ners' beginners' ramp at' Abercrombie and
Pitch.
And the only sports I consid consider
er consider duller than Greco-Roman
rassles and competitive calisthe calisthenics
nics calisthenics are swimming, running,
jumping, puiting the shot, hurl hurling
ing hurling the javelin, diving, target target-shooting,
shooting, target-shooting, archery, hopscotcn
and squat tag, all of which
seem to be performed in short
! pants and count points.
I I always enjoyed the eques equestrian
trian equestrian events because occasional occasionally
ly occasionally a rider fell off and broke his
neck. And then I think of all the
I horse shos I covered and smite.
I always liked hurdles for
more or less the same reason.
The sound of snapping shins on
a clear day Is distinctly pleas
ant.
The only thing I wish is that
somebody would invent a point
system for the Olympics by
which everybody would lose.
We could save a lot of useful
newsprint that way and devote
it to fuller coverage of all the
private wars that the. friendly
competitors are now fighting
outside Australia.
CLOCK & WATHMAKERS SINCE

Merry-Go

f IH
WASHINGTON-- Vitally impor important
tant important puns tor the President's com coming
ing coming "State of the Union" and inau inaugural
gural inaugural addresses are now being
formed in Augusta and Washing
to.
Thev indicate a break with the
gate. Darticularly a oraak with
the isolationist wing of the Repub Republican
lican Republican Party, as drastic as anytnmg
that has happened in Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's four years in office.
The President plans a huge glob
al program to recapture American
prestige and power in the Near
at, the f ar East, and Europe.
It will take the form of spend spending
ing spending program more expansive than
anything the Eisenhower Admin Administration
istration Administration has ever dreamed of,
greater probably than the original
Marshall Plan under Truman. It
will also include guarantees to
Near Eastern states against at
tack.
The plan is to fill in the econo
mic vacuum in the Near East and
Asia caused by the adjustments cf
nutmixioH xninniAlitm Thk wi I
mean a lot of money.!
It will be spent on irrigation and,
various improvements to raise the
living standards of Asiatic-African
peoples.
At the same time, the President
plans to revive tarnished ties with
our old allies, France and Britain.
He plans to put this whole pro program
gram program under Governor Christian
Herter of Massachusetts who is
being brought into the State De
partment in January. John Foster
Dulles will be given utue or no
chance to meddle with it.
MEMORIES OF GLOBALONIY
...
.. r T . . . r ..V
'TV. n.on.r fnr Tho nrnoram
tne v resident nas aireaay orougnt
Gen Bobby Cutler, former secret-
ary of the National Security toun
cil, back from Boston to the Whit
House.
He had originally tried to draft
his former chief of staff, Gen. W,
"Beetle" Smith, who served as,
head of Central Intelligence and
Undersecretary of State for Tru
man. Cutler is now holding meet meetings
ings meetings in the State Department, pre preparing
paring preparing the big new foreign af affairs
fairs affairs offensive.
Also helping is Vice President
Nixon. As a former isolationist
his job is to win over the isolation
ist wing of the Republican Party.
White House advisers are not
unaware of the fact that a huge
spending program will be viewet
as Henry Wallace. "GlobaIoney."i
They recall the derisive speech rf

mps. uare nootne Luce, in wnicn """1,u wmis-
She excoriated Roosevelt-Wallace iwyn Lloyd and tne Ausuau Ausuau-Truman
Truman Ausuau-Truman foreign aid and coined 11 Minister,. Hicnard
the phrase "Globaloney." Hfy.i s'ttnca lnend, oi

They also recall the derisive
"milk for every Hottentot" crit
cism that was hurled at Wallace.
However, they believs that the
Democrats will have to go along
with tne President s spending pro program
gram program and that Nixon will be able
to swing the right-wingers.
Nixon himself has seen what is
happening to the rieht-wins Repub
licans. first with the gradual de
mise of Joe McCarthy second with
1S33
T1V0LI AVENUE

Washington

-Round
MAM0K
the defeat of Senator Welker in I-
IKI'S CRUCIAL POUR YEARS
What brought President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower around to his present think thinking,
ing, thinking, according to his friends, art
.two things:
1. Dulles' illness, during which
Ike realized for the first time the
badly deteriorated state of our for foreign
eign foreign policy.
2. The last days of the campaign,
when the President listened to the
speeches of Adlai Stevenson. The
criticism got under his skin.
He realizes, partly as a result
of that criticism, partly as a re-
8uito( two near-escapes with death
1st his place in history will be
decided m the next tour years
and that he has a lot to do in
taose year.
He got one of the worst shocks
of his term as t-reskdent wnen uul uul-les
les uul-les became iM and for the first
time he took over the active ad-
ministration of foreien noiiev
. Not w"- -then had he realized
""w wreiga prooienis had
been swept under the rue iut ta
get them out of the way.
He then began to realize that
whue we nao untiermured me bru bru-ish
ish bru-ish and French in the Near and
Midule East, we had simultaneous simultaneous-ly
ly simultaneous-ly faued to do anything about fill filling
ing filling the vacuum ieft ui them as
tney were undermined.
Tuus tne rfussiaus nad moved
into the vacuum as the French
auu nruisn miwea out.
ine r-reswent, according to
frenus, aiso oean to sinai. wheu
newspapers wnicn hau sieadfasny
support mm tne pas,. sucu as
V nrlr TimA. t E
' v "uso auu new I un
HPrAm i riKuna Vw... 1 ........ :IW
auucwua;
mm. ior aemig uie r rencn aud
driusn.
By the time he got to August,
he oegan to reaiae tui, tie uad
nocxea the snots out of th two
nations he nau iung oeen cioscy
menouea witn, the French and
rfrinsn, ana found mmseif uned up
Witn aie Russians ana taeir swu6e
oionei Nasser.
IKE'S AGONIZING
KbmtTrtAttAb
" Accordingly, the President has
bfccu tA-Lcuug nis own "aiua
mg ieavpiaAsa.1.",
'this leappiaisal has not been
wimout oLuerence oropuiioB and
runner mistakes.
During tne days just prior to hit
Augusta trip, auiennimer. reined
m" omhi.
ftimitltftnAii(liV Umt daiio 1iinWl
eons for or received the Prims
HAimfli.AI rvt ilrAJSKrtA tha l.. .m m
.A.wAtvui;. v Has w iWIVW
.r...Wvw VAWWVV) WV 4 1MUC 1'AAU
iflbci iii i yii xs-in mini S7 m nil i.
f rime Mimster of tunilia.
Technical reason for
portant countries as r-ngiana
foreign muusters. However.
White House also discouraged
visit, with Prima Minictnr FW
wiiu waiiLeu lu suaj f.n ruute iru
Jamaica.
- -1.1 i : i. i. i i
uav-t uu Luc a i cbiuciiL was wi
A-J UUKlflS I71IIIMI Il.t MIIIUaKMIl
i....l i-v:.i a ... i i
rn H runno urh tunc a Hiatu
frinnHHhin that, ha flow fn AusTtiats
would not transmit hu cab eeran
er' m history had the French
for holding up the sale of oil.
inis was a uuuas noiiev wit.
which Eisenhower had concurred.
La Boca Alumni
Cbonn To Sing
AfJWB
Tonight
mmmm, w-'a. 1SAUAAIAIA fllUl lift
will be presented tonight in a
concert of Christmas carols at
the U80-JWB Armed Porcel
seme center at 8:15 D.m.
Presented as a public service,
the chorus, under the direction
of Miss Emily Butcher, and hu
been nerforminir frm iint.i
Hwlthin the past few weeks, be
ing warmiy receivea wnerever
they have appeared.
Servicemen, their (fenenrlitnta.
and the general public of tha
tjanai zone and Panama are in invited.
vited. invited. There are
unlimited
usee for
PLYWOOD.
Wa stock a. wide
range of sizes for
your convenience,
from as small as
1 aquare foot to
5' x ?' sheets for
ping pong tables.
We also have all
grades, from economy
to the finest quality
in a large selection
of rare and beautiful
woods from the forests
of Panama.
tGEO, F. NOVEY, INC

99A rantral tv Tl. Am



OVDAT, DECEMBER 17, 1M

page mn

IS

ffl

SHOP SEARS THRSE STORES TILL 9 EVERY NiTE

i

JrJL. mW

V IPfl' iM'iimWTf Ti r I 1i 4.'rt t-l.' M 'U J I f j (Tl I"7 T'l

Silvertone Hi-Fi
24-INCH CONSOLE
Photo-sharp picture reception
Super fringe area tuner
Smart, handy till top tunning

$ 366.00

Down $37.00 Monthly $18.00

17-inch

table model

1

I

I

24 inch
table model

mm

$99.oo i 5J55.0O
Down $10.00 J own 16-00
Monthly $5.00 I Monthlv ftR.nn

Monthly $8.00

a

Rotating Top Black
Mated TV Stand

$ 9.95

. J T-wzLi. J sriJ2i4, ; jw ii5i - J teiua
15 c.f. Coldspot Freezer holds 525 lbs. of frozen food i 28" gas range" " T "colds

I
I

1

Deluxe, 4-speed
Portable Phono
$ 89.95

I

Hi-Fi Sound With Compact (IAQqc
labia Radio-Phono Combo ZI7.W
Designed for .mall apartment,, bedroom., dint Dual 6-inch
speakers give futt. rich, livina r u :J 7.'

laonhir. n AU. P .j Vi 7. nas dual

cr -j.--- vwwrui Q-ruoe radio. Mahogany finish.

Hi j Hlli

:.-AB B Jen" ,.,... ..... .m M V. -. .

I

J 139.95

Hi-Fi Tapa Recorder For

Fine Reproduction

(.nt...u t J : L l i i .

h.tv.w. i.uivi.i ivpv.iv w"7 rmai nignvr pricea ten. LAKH
speeds, 3 for voice, 'i for music Records from mike, phono,

radio. Special monitor plays back recording. Automatic brake.

I
I

Silvertone Da Ivxa
Clock Radio

I

Autotaotically tumi on

Down $48.00 Monthly $23.00

I

1

I

I I

i

$ 39.95

mrtMMNkaNy hirm en tcmmmmm
owWoppwaK.TUdicodeifcipdi
oniM. unr iound or radio itorta.

COLDSPOT REFRIGERATOR

U c.f.

Dl IIC trAAA UfADTU fr rnppvpn PAinnuriiT r-ni-r

ri.uj ,uu nunm ur rnLULR LyuirniE.nl rwet
oo mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm n mm mm

s Wmm$ fl" TRANSISTHMIAN ROAD OPEN 8:30 a.m. to 12 1:30 to 9:00 p.m. Tel 3-1955

Budget priced siiace Savin?

Easy to clean porcelain enameled cooktop.
Oven has thermostat for even heat control
For only
J 139.95

I
I
I
I

I

Frepzer compartment stores up to 26 lbs.

- ouutr compartments
Temperature control

$ 279

PANAMA: Tivoli Avenue Telephone 2-0931

Down SI 4 JO Monthly UM j Down $28.00 Monthly $13.00

orEN: 8:30 a.m. to 12 1:30 to 8:00 p.m. SERVICE DEPARTMENTS 3-1956

COLON: Bolivar Avenue Telephone 1137 uFEN: 8:30 a.m. 12 1:30 to 9:00 p.m.



PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DART VEWSPAPE
MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. 15

YMffOd

T

I A LA VILLA DE CARACAS

(opposite the public market)
Tels. 2-2031 2-3451
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME
few-

for the coming Holidays
Attractive and varied assortment

of finest materials for dresses

ALSO

Cretonne

XfiW V I

Damask I
for curtains and upholstery

I Nylon for your car
Upholstery material TrS itl!

I f jHHkaii :; Ml III w

Social and Otlt

By Staff

erwide

Box 134, Pc

anama

or

Box 5037, Jl

neon

fmm mf fitfUfmml), WffifM, Birtki, fZviui tul !Lt 4 mmilU pnmptky It UrmmmLtH ihtm
Ji miff L if UfLmmt mm Pmnmmm 3-0740 m 2-0741 Ummm 9:00 mJ 10 mum. mxlf

Hp jjmt J si VJk jjr Br
HIB Xk .j I : m

7ie fta&te fktmt

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE he burst into the hII. veiling, 'Ma,,
Where's that half bottle of coke I
CHUCK'S favorite comic involv-left in the ref ngerator :
es him in things like the watery Into the telephone, his mother
atmosphere of Venus and the said, "I'll call you back.'' Then,
dreaded "space madness" that banging up, she said to Chuck:
can attack even so intrepid a hero ".now look here. Last night when
as his beloved captain of the Inter-you were reading your comic, I.
Gametic Patrol. was careful to let you finish it in-
One evening he was reading its stead of making you aUend to what
latest issue on the sun porch. Set- I wanted. 1 realized thai finishing
tied comfortably against terrestri-! it was more important to you than

al cushions, he was circling a

strange asteroid with his captain
when his mother interrupted. "I
want that trash taken out to the

incinerator right now," she said.

Chuck closed his eyes. Then ne
said with agonized self-pity, 'Can't
you leave me alone for a minute?
Cripes, can't I ever have a min minute
ute minute to myself?'
AFTER a pause, his mother
said, "All right, darling. When
you get back to earth."
The next evening, her favorite
friend telephoned her. She was a a-bout
bout a-bout to start the sweater she'd bee
promising to make for the moth mother
er mother of Chuck. Torn between the ad

vantages of a cardigan and sllp-

geumg me irasn ouu was to me.
I want the same politeness from
you. When you see I'm busy on
the phone, don't interrupt me un unless
less unless you have something really im important
portant important to say."
CHUCK began to make a real
effort to control his interrupting
habit. Because his mother had
timed her demand for courtesy'
from him to his recent experience
of it from her, he got a true lei-'
son in manners.
What was bad in the old method
of teaching politeness to children
was the way It was forced on them
from the outside. They were forc forced
ed forced to give consideration to others

before they'd learned to prize it

on, Chuck's mother was deeply! themselves. That was all that was

concentrated on her decision when bad in the old method.

SPECTATORS watch the "Skyes Regulars" march by the reviewing stand. Highlight of the
Ft. Kobbe review was the presentation of a scroll and regimental crest, signiiying member membership
ship membership in the regiment, to Maj. Celestino A. Camarena of the Panama National Guard. Shown
here from left are: Lt. Col. Raul Arias, aide to President of Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr.; Col. J. R. Russ, G-8, USARCARIB Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold; Mrs. Sera Draper; Mrs.
Frank D. Miller; Panama's minister of government and justice, Max Heurtematte; and Brig.
Gen. Louis V. High tower, deputy commanding general, USARCARIB. The parade set off the
yuletide season for the 80th Infantrymen. (US Army Photo)

THEATRE GUILD ANNUAL PARTY PLAYS

TO PACKED AND APPRECIATIVE HOUSE

Actors and audience alike enjoyed the carefree gaiety
of the Theatre Guild party, which was held at the Work Workshop
shop Workshop last night. Edmund Mc Vittie headed the committee
responsible for organizing the affair. He was assisted by
Mrs. Me Vittie, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mullarkey, Bart J. Ehlich,
Max W. Fin ley, Mrs. Marlon Taylor and Martin J. Hayes
Some 180 guests attended including such prominent
Zone figures as Col. and Mrs.' Hugh Arnold, Col. and Mrs.
Charles O. Bruce. Capt. and. Mrs. C. Payne and Mr. and
Mrs. William N- Taylor. jjjk

Mrs. Martin Hayes
Entertains For
Mrs. Barber
Mrs. Martin Hayes of Curundu
Heights gave a bridge party and
luncheon at her home last week in
honor of Mrs. Henry Barber, who
left Sunday for a trip to Europe.
The guest of honor won the first
prize at bridge; the second was
won by Mrs. Henry Finn and Mrs.
Theodore Arias won third prize.

Mrs. James McNainara won the

low prize.

Beautiful Creak Ceramics!

m

Italian Porcelain!

Lovely Hats!
Latest Style Purses
and Handbags!
Fancy Jewelry!
Modern Elegant
and AIR CONDITIONED

Beside the Bella Vista Theatre

Consular Association
Elects Officers

Elections of officers for the Con

sular Association were held at the
home of the Australian Consul Gen

eral in Panama Luis Martinz last

Thursday.

Armando Leiva (Colombia) ws

elected president, Marcel Tarrisse

Daioutoura (Brazil) vice-president,
Alfonso Estrada Berg (Mexico)

counsellor Miss Margarita Quinta
na (Cuba), secretary, Viggio L,
sen (Denmark), treasurer, trusu.
Terrence Ford (Norway) and Pi
neo Farias (Venezuela).

Daughter Will Join
Col. And Mrs. Wilson
For Christmas
Miss Jacqueline Wilson will join
her parents Col. and Mrs. L. F.

Wilson of Ft. Clayton for the

Christmas holidays.
She is expected to arrive from
William and Mary College at Wil Williamsburg,
liamsburg, Williamsburg, Va., Dec, 21.
Her brother Fritz, who is a stu

dent at Baylor Medical College will
I ".i. .: ....

spend i nrisimas wiin triends in

rnitadeiphia.

lllAlfVVsfVV (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

Remember that there are only
a few days left and

you only have to say

"CHARGE IT"

For your convenience we will be open
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
ALA VILLA DE CARACAS
Tels. 2-2031 2-3451

GRAND OPENING!

"CRO

RESTAURANT & CAFE
THE OWNER MR. FRANCISCO FRAGOMENI
INVITES
HIS PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL FRIENDS
TO A

"Cocktail pajdy"

DECEMBER 19, 1956
' t
Hours t 5 to 6 p.m. Informal Dress
DO NOT FORGET THE

XIRO"

Specialized

TO BIST FIT YOUR

CHILD'S NEEDS SlJOSfm
Each tablet contains Vi grains of pure ASPlfffM
aspirin the preferred standard of accu- fun -:."

rate dosage measure. Children like its f Jj Mil nDt II
on i flavor. Accept no substitute La l,C I

get St. Jo; ,ih Aspirin For Children,

WOM.O SLA PUIS T MLUNS ASPIRIN MS CHILDMM

Alluring New Beauty Carol Ohmari
Bows In "The Scarlet Hour"

The miu-n-hei aided and eaarerlv awaited first film ap

pearance of Carol Ohmart, screendom's newest "find," will
take place locally on DECEMBER 19 when Paramount "THE
SCARLET HOLE" OPENS AT THE CENTRAL. Achieving
full-fledged stardom with her very first role. Miss Ohmart
has not only received widespread attention in national pub publications
lications publications for the exciting quality of her unusual face and
breathtaking figure, but prevlewers have called her per performance
formance performance in the suspense-drama one of exceptional power
and maturity. Academv Award-winner Michael Curtis, producer-director
of "THE SCARLET HOUR" and famed fo
his discovery of a dozen top stars, has referred to the start -lingly
beautiful Miss Ohmart as potentially the greatest of
his finds.

"daaiaaa!
ma uf
jpj jj, djr

DISTRIBUTORS
J. RUIZ ALVAREZ
P.O. Box 196 Panama

COLON

11th St. & Melendez Ave.



MONDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1954

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
-

GRAND

Jafl UK

A brand new store takes the stage and
warmly invites you to attend its GRAND
OPENING on Dec. 18, 1956.
Meet the store that we hope will play
a happy part in your future.
Everything is as modern as tomorrow. .
except our old-fashioned spirit of hospital hospitality
ity hospitality and friendly helpfulness.
NOTE: Free orchids to the ladies on our
. OPENING DAY.
Exclusively Yours

aaaVam M M J

D.A.R. Holds Gala

Christmas Lunchawi

The Panama Canal Chapter. Na

tional Society of the Daughters of

the American Revolution, held a
gala Christmas luncheon Saturday
In the Garden Room of the Tivoli
Guest House. Twenty-two ladies at

tended the affair.

The luncheon table was decorat

ed in the traditional Yuletide spir-

tree.

Following the luncheon a busi

ness meeting was held, preceded
by recitation of the Collect, the

it, and the setting was made gay
with a fully trimmed Christmas

Sledge of allegiance to the flag of
M United States and the reading

oi tne American creed.

Special guest of the Regent. Mrs.

Jens Nilsen, was Mrs. E. E. Cam

eron of Texas who is visiting with

her son-in-law and daughter, Capt.

ana Mrs. Ben t smith of Los
Rios. Other guests included Mrs.
R. A. Koch. Jr.. of Ft. Kobbe

Mrs. Leo A. Ronan of Los Rios.

Mrs. Arthur J. O'Leary of Ancon,
Mrs. N. C. Farnsworth. who was

fashion

I
CAMPO ALECRE BUILDING
Via Espafia Across from tho
"CI DtH.mi" Unol

i-1 r ai iai i to. i ivwti
... .... .... .... ..... J-rjl

ririT i iMim atiam CAir

VlKCAl LIUIUAMUN JALC

This Week

PRODUCTS af
COST PRICE

-
IJMPrl v

241. so

jj

Philco Refrigerator No. JW2
8 cu. ft. Colder for less cur current.
rent. current. Economic. Enamel oi
superior quality.
5 years guarantee.

$ 249.95

SSSjjgsjMaaaTT"'"' "Bf ASsWKKfm-
1 anaa IK ananT I

PHILCO WASHER

It's Two washers in one. A big tub of clean hygienic

. clothes. Oil one side it washes, and tne outer sine

wrings simultaneously.

$ 207

Air conditioned unit for the
home, for the office 34 h.p
Automatic control nukes

iresn air circulate constantly, i set
earn flsagassssB Bassassai mr hnn essssssssBSt Jmsbb awn mmmm

TV-set 21" in 85 & 60
cycles Powered by trans transformer.
former. transformer. New magnetic ring
new system. Easy handle
control buttons in front oi

NUEBLERIQ
ft aflat 'H

139."

a t fcl,CLga
of
i

Philco washer. Washes clothes
completely clean. Large, cap capacity.
acity. capacity. Consumes less current.

$ 22.50

ftS

Mod. 5921 band, 5 tubes.
The elegance of e b b n y
Budget priced. "Powertone"
radio.

We accept your
Christmas Saving
Accounts
Members of "Cuentas
Comerciales"

I Centra! Ave. b 21st St. UE" Tels. 2-1830 -2-1833

Open till 9 p.m.

Social and Otli

erwiSe
ContinutJ

Racist John Kasper

Appeals Conviction

On Contempt Charge

CINCINNATI. Ohm fUP) Sa.

regationist John Kasper, convicted
of contempt of court in connection
with the Clinton. TVnn int.P0rat.inn

disturbaces, has filed an appeal

wun me u.b. urcuit Wurt of Appeals.

Kasper. who wai sentpn rH f.n

one year in prison by Federal
Judge Robert L. Taylor at Knox Knox-ville.
ville. Knox-ville. is free under m nnn hnnH

- vw,www mm
pending outcome of the appeal.

me government cnarged the 27-year-old
White Citizen. f minnil 1

ficial violated a fed Aral nMiuf

, , vvuiv in-
junction prohibiting interference
utirh mriiai..iiiU. l nxz.i

ujrejmuun at UUUOn High
School.

Kasner. Af Waahinstna T r

mittenlv snimht in .in. u i

-- w wwov vuv BUIKKM
wgi" teen- and adult

a T -i. j n .wrnes wer

aunuuea at tne Beginning of this
trm.

At a later trial nn ihU .1......

. --www iinivo
Of SedllOn and inritina ifx

v iiu ia
Clinton, he denied he advocated
violence or force to prevent de

segregation of the school An all-

wniit jury acquitted him.
Santa, Gloitsf art

LOS ANr.ffT.FS TW it m

Pn lrp rpnnrtprf tnHou 1hi

one stole Saata Claus from a
Christmas display in the front yard
of Howard Clouse. nronnuneaH

uiaus.

the guest of Mrs. W. C. Grimes,

and Mrs. Wilhelmina Galloway

wno was tne guest of Mrs. wuiiam

Hitchcock of Curundu.

Others attending the gathering

were: Mrs. William B. Allen, Mre

Albert F. Daniel, Mrs. Grimes,

Mrs. Edward W. Hatcbett, Mrs.
Hitchcock, Mrs. Frederick H.

Hodges, Mrs. Maenner B. Huff,

Mrs. Samuel E. Johnson, Mrs. Don

w. Journeay, Mrs. Robert Lessiak,

Mrs. John W. Muller, Mrs. Nilsen,

Mrs. Rufolph W. Rubelli. Mrs

Smith, Mrs. William N. Taylor

and Mrs. Austin F. Yoder.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)

Man Who Killed
Lodge Brother
Freed By Jury
BARTOW, Fla. (UP) A six

man jury took only one hour to today
day today to free Robert E. Gil more of
second degree murder charges in
the pistol slaying of a lodge broth brother
er brother he found in bed with his wif.
The thin-faced, 46-year old auto
dealer took the stand Friday as
the only defense witness and testi testified
fied testified tearfully he killed Odell Poole,
42-year-old Winter Haven Elks
Lodge manager and long-time
friend, in self defense on the night
of May 30.
Gilmore claimed the stocky
Poole came toward him like "a
lion" when he returned home un unexpectedly
expectedly unexpectedly from an out of town

I

Creeks Reject

Proposed Charter
For Cypras

ATHENS, Dec. 17-OJP) Tht
Greek government has rejected
Britain's proposed constitution
for Cyprus, but has refrained
from official comment "as a
matter of courtesy," It wa
learned today.
The decision to withhold im immediate
mediate immediate comment was appar apparently
ently apparently made after urgent repre representations
sentations representations by U.S. Ambassador
George Allen.

trip and found Pools in bad withv
Mrs. Gilmore. 1
The defendant's 28-year old wU
also wss wounded in the fray but?;
recovered. She did not Utify. M

WW
mm,!

at tKe WO for ONE STORE Wliere you Buy ONE fc Win ONE
in our FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE

i
i

?

Earl Christiansen

e Robert C. Heald
Myron W. Fhihr
a Juan B. Benoit
C. de loaza
Teresita de Cuardia

Didgenes Escobar

Anastasio Ruiz
e Alejandro Ramb'ot
Julio F. Barba
e N. de Ramirez

aH BJi
Tropicana
4th of July Ave. At the Sign of the Clock Tel. 2-2181

Be sure of

the Wa.eN
You give for

.aaaataLaaaW

""saajjajji

There is more to a watch than meets
the eye! We have all the famous
watches: Omega, Movado Kolex,
Longines, Universal, Cyma etc., you
want to choose from!
But equally if not more important,
WE KNOW WHAT GOES ON
INSIDE the watch! Use our expert
knowledge of watch making to help
you choose the RIGHT watch to give!

JuTvCaa faUtah

WATCH CENTER

STORE! 161 CENTRAL AVINUI. PANAMA



TUB FAit'AMA AMERICA AN 1KB EP INDENT DAILY NIWIfAFn
MONDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1951

FACE SB

Social and Otft

erwiSe

Continued

La Bergman Scores
Christian Dior's
Long 'New Look'

Dan the Yo Yo Man will enter

.tain. Highlights of the evening wil PARIS (UP) Ingrid Bergman
be a Swim Suit Fashion Show of scored Christian Dior's long "new
latest Jantzen styles for men and look." nreferring to show h r

Medica Association
Injoys Anniversary
Party At Amador
Members of the Medical Associa

tion of the Isthmian Canal Zone women. The barbecue and bar will; graceful legs ia old fashioned short!

and their wives turned out in tun serve refreshments at moderate skirts

force for Golden Anniversary par- prices. Admission is $1.00 per per
which was held at Amador Of-; son.

licers' Club, Saturday night.

CL fV J TL- D

congratulations on the decorations! JtlG lIU I nC DUp,
which she had designed for the oc-, r CI II
casion. A centerpiece of small goll-IOUV S Ull jlCKCGll
en bells And golden candles was

particularly attractive, me insig-- CHICAGOi Dec 17 (UP)Vmie;

Oia oi ine ieu.i. rssv..wu., .v L(?e R s gai(j jhe fe d u&
been painted m black on a glded driver Huber SUMOn acrQss
background by Dr. Martm Plaut nose wlth her umbrella todty be be-nd
nd be-nd golden bells were u s e d cause sne .jUst got mad" when
throughout to carry out the ann- ne wouidn-t iet her off the bus

In her first frivolous fashion out

ing aince her play "Tea and Sym Sympathy"
pathy" Sympathy" opened this week, the
beautiful Miss Bergman doub.Wly
watched Dior's high fashion collec collection
tion collection parade by.

tersary theme

Dr. Eric Osterberg was respon
ible for organizing the party.

busy Lake Shore

Splash Party
At EI Panama
Tomorrow Night
The Cabana Club of Hotel

Panama, and the El Panama Skin; with

on Chicago's

Drive.

I The 44-year-old woman demand demanded
ed demanded that Stinson halt the bus be between
tween between stops, passengers told po police,
lice, police, Stinson refused, they said,
I and then pulled the emergency
El brake when the woman interfered

his driving.

Diving Club and their guests will The angry passenger then swung
hold a Splash Party on Tuesday; her umbrella across Sanson's
Bight at 7 p.m. at the pool of Ho-jnose, knocking him out. Police Police-tl
tl Police-tl El Panama. George Godoy'sjman Raymond Skawaki hauled
Trio will play for dancing. There Willie Lee to the police station

will be water games and prizes, 'and took Stinson to a hospital with;

dance contests and prizes, a broken nose

As most of the designer's crea creations
tions creations are for short gala tall In Ingrid
grid Ingrid was out of luck.
"I thought I might get a taU taU-leur
leur taU-leur (suit)" she said, "but all the
things are so small and I am bo
big."
As for the "new look" almost
ankle length skits which Dior
launched in August, Miss Berg Bergman
man Bergman said, "I hate them. How can
people wear them?"
"Of course, I always buy m j
clothes in Italy, she said.
"Clothes are so eccentric in Par Paris."
is." Paris." QuPstinneH as to the truth of ru

mors of a separation of her and
husband Roberto Reesellini, she
siahed wearily, "there is no truth

in any of the rumors. How I wisn
people would stop asking me."

m k I'm mtm H mm Lm.

MM wL m M I
I 1 I 1 II

m m m i
Mh-; m

Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight

BALBOA 6:15 8:30

Alr-Conditloned

Br
MARTIN JM BK.
Ami Rk
Mm?

III mm

DIABLO HTS. 7:N
Joan Crawford
"AUTUMN LEAVES'
Tnes. "Tribute te a Badman'

MARGARITA S:15 1.05
Jane Russell
"Revolt of Mamie Stover
Tnes. "Btowing ftfJd
CRISTOBAL
Air-Conditioned
John Wayne
"THE SEARCHERS"

Color!

arejusf

what he wants for

Christmas

&&&&

1 L'i :)

5 e fZnm
mmmmi 'mX J i

m aai pal sssa mm

1 A

V

Wide Array j
of Fabrics,
COLORS

v !iat man wouldn't
welcome one or more
new pairs of slacks
for b "change of

in hia casual

wardrobe? Reward
YOUR man's wish-f-nl
thinking by i
chooaing from onr
winning line-up!

WORTHWHILE CHRISTMAS PROJECT At present the Hogar de Nuestra Seiiora is sltuat-.
ed at 27 Street, in the Chorrlllo district and provides a home. ;'or 97 children. The- Institu Institution
tion Institution has no recreational facilities, since it has no playgrounds, and 'hey are taken to outings
only when private orjanizatlons provide transportation. The pupils have, however, a TV set
which was given to them by the Interamerican Women's Club. Story books, constructive toys
and materials for dresses would bring Christ mas cheer to these children.

2),

tit

ormauon denier

l& LhridtmaS

tree

By GEORGINA DE YOUNG
You will remember that last
year one of the offices of the
Department of Social Welfare
helped as the "Information
Center of the North Pole."
The Department of Social
Welfare with the help of the As Association
sociation Association of the International
House from Panama, received
many telephone calls from civic
organizations in Panama nd
the Canal Zone asking for In Information
formation Information about children insti institutions,
tutions, institutions, home for the aged, and
other centers of social assis assistance
tance assistance in our community. We

0 fU Pole
(Larilied J4ere

7 mm
B

Just say:

CHARGE IT"

I

J

NO. 25 CENTRAL AVE

PANAMA HOTEL PANAMA

PLAZA 5 DE MAYO

ACROSS RAILROAD STATION

COLON

were very pleased to see tnat
the majority of these Institutions
received gifts and money during
Christmas.

We had in mind to try to a-

SOLOIST Rafael Nash, (a (a-bove),
bove), (a-bove), concert master of th
Balboa High School' Orchestra,
will play the "Meditation"
from "Thala" by Massenet on
the 36th annual Balboa High
School Christmas concert to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night In the Balboa
Theater. The evening concert
is for adults only. Those wish wishing
ing wishing to take their children are
invited to attend the morning
concert which will begin at
10:10. Admission to both con concerts
certs concerts is free.

void that some institutions

that were better known would
receive more gifts or parties
than other institutions which
nobody knows exist.

This year we are eotne to maKe

a series of publications so that
you will know in a general way
what several of these institu

tions do. In case "vou have not

yet decided the group or institu

tion to wnicn you are going to
bring happiness during the
Christmas season you can call
the Director of Social Welfare,
telephone 3-0480 or Mrs. Geor Geor-gina
gina Geor-gina de Young Social Welfare
Consultant of the "Servicio Co Cooperative
operative Cooperative de Salud Publica" tel telephone
ephone telephone 3-6454 and they will give

you all. the information yoit
might ned and will give jrou 1

neeaea, me necessary transpor transportation
tation transportation to the institution you are
going to help.-
The Institutions that will be

helped so far are listed below
with the help they will receive
and the name of the organiza

tion which will help them.

Seccion de Asistencia Fami Familiar,
liar, Familiar, party and toys for 165 Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Field, children, "Opera "Operation
tion "Operation Christmas," toys, National National-Red
Red National-Red Cross.
Preventorio de penonome $100,
Opat, Pictures and books, Hijas
de la Acacia, toys, Damas Civi Civi-cas.
cas. Civi-cas. r,"' a jS i :
Hogar del Buen pastor, Party
and gifts, Nurses Association,
Canal Zone.
Escuela Profesional de Nues Nues-tra
tra Nues-tra Sefiora, party and toys, In Interamerican
teramerican Interamerican Women's Club.

Wed. 'The Prisoner" Tnes, "Abdallah's Harem"
PARAISO 8:30i SANTA CRUZ6:15 t:ZS
"PICNIC" "DIANE""
.ii J I i I 4 i.l ,

CAMP BIERP :15 8:2a 'THUNDER BAT"

9

mm

WEEKEND
2:50 4:05 S:45 -7i25
-. 9:05 0.75 0.49
mmmmmmmmmmmM: umwmmr-m
. . Two devoted com companions
panions companions ... A' boy and
his horse. . In an un unusual
usual unusual movie of excite excite-ment
ment excite-ment Ond snsnense

Hogar del Nino Panamefio,

party and toys, Fort Amador Of

ficers Wives Club.
Escuela Vocacional JustO Aro-

semena, play equipment, Albrook

(juicers wives (jiuu.
TB Children and pregnant j

motners, ciotning ior me enn enn-dren
dren enn-dren of the Dispensarlo Nacio Nacio-nal,
nal, Nacio-nal, and toys, Opat.
Asilo Bolivar, party Interamer Interamerican
ican Interamerican women's Club.
Escuela Maria Auxiliadora de
Chi ire. party, Club de Coopera Coopera-iocn
iocn Coopera-iocn Social.

60c.
30c

DRIVE-IN

TODAY S

THE
BAD

SEED"

with NANCY KELLY

i l "Wf"

C API TO LI O
35c. 20c.
B A N D I D O
- Also:
STAR OF
INDIA

T IVOLI
35c. 20c.
RAW EDGE
- Also: -BEHIND
THE
HIGH WALL

CECILIA
great double feature real!
Jeff Chandler in
PILLARS OF THE SKY
- Also:
John Agar In
THE MOLE PEOPLE

35c.

20c.

In Cinemascope!

AWAY ALL BOATS
with Jeff Chandler
- Also:
SHOWDOWN AT
ABILENE

VICTORIA
25c. 15c.
BACKLASH
- Also: -THE
PRICE OF
FEAR

IjJKpTIRfiS

Up and down! Busy at playl
Children burn up energy all
the time. ROYAL GELATIN
helps replace It. 4 big serv servings
ings servings in each package.
ROYAL GELATIN
in 7 glorious flavors!

"THE IITUEST
OUTLAW"

I
I
I

I
l
I
l

JOSE TREVOR j
FERRER HQWARDi

RELEAbt. b!
1:05, 2:10. 4:38. 6:38, 8:48
m 8.75 0.40
DESPERATE

ADVENTURE!
Thm incredible t rue story
of ffto "Cane Commandos "T

II
Hi

I

L

c. TECHNICOLOR

Cinemascope

neaiMauncniM

TECHNICOLOR!

iai s 3t 'qp n

I

4rs. a. r

M- mf w -May mr W W StV BV W 8K Si

2 Mn flrough his to New Vt

No change ol plan on Ithar luxurious
"BL INTER AMERICANO" or "EL RACIEICO"( tourist ) services

On "EL INTER AMERICANO" service you
fly at 380 m.p.h. in radar equipped DC-7B's
via Miami and Washington. "EL PACIFICO"

tourist service saves you 25 en your
through flight via Miami in DC-6B's with
air conditioned and pressurized cabins.

Ask your travel agent about PAA't "Pay later Plan" or call

In eooptntion

with HtftoMt AlrthiesI

Panamai L Street No. 5, Tel. 2-0670; Colon: Solas Bldg., Tel. 1097

tMh notice fer inclusion ill this
column should be submitted ill
type-written farm uii mailed to en
f the bos numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," er deliver
ed by "hand te the office. Notices el
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Atlantic Side Music Club
Meets Tonight
The Atlantic Side Music Club
will hold Its regular monthly
meeting at the home of Mrs. C
J. Genfs, No. 8203-A, 8th Street,
Margarita, Canal Zone, at 7:30

tonight.
Mrs. John Brown, from the
Pacific Side, together with Mrs.
Burt Watson and Mrs. O. E. Jor Jor-stad,
stad, Jor-stad, will present a program of

Christmas music entitled "First
Christmas." This is a trio can cantata
tata cantata written by Cordelia Brooks
Penno, and Lewis Adolphe Coer Coer-ne.
ne. Coer-ne. There will also be an ex exchange
change exchange of Christmas gifts.

I.A.W.C. Committee
Asilo de la lafancia
Meets Tomorrow Morning
The Asilo de la Infancia commit committee
tee committee of the Inter-American Women's

Club will meet tomorrow morning

at s u-ciock. All interested mem
bers are asked to attend.

mmS

S3

J

KSBiKSeJ

m

WSrj.

mw a i mmwm 1 1 i -i

mmWmmtXMS.

Bandit Turns Tail
Leaving Farm Girl

MADISON, Wis., Dec. 17 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A rurar Madison woman complete completely
ly completely befuddled a would be bandit

witn her spirit.

Police said the woman, who was

not identified, agreed to give a

lift In her autp to a man when
car had stalled. But when the man
tried to grab her purse, the wo woman
man woman resisted and fought for

It, even under threat of a gun.
Perplexed, the bandit apologized
before fleeing: "I'm sorry. I was
destitute for Christmaamoney. 1
won't do it again."

take a tmv

from me

rub AKKID in...
rob ODOR out

new cream deodoranf
keeps underarms dry
and odorless

yon con get e N kind of

protection from perspiretioe on
Odor. . nibhod in prelection. Ink
AMID in reb penplronee mmt
dor out. Uid doily AMID it odwe
i I 'A tines oi effective et any other
Seeding deodorant in keeping under

mi dry and o'dorlets. Safe for
ekin end toorks.

world ever ete
AHPiDmon any

" ARR1D

BROWNIE iWuL
FLASH OUTFIT 0
Amazingly low-cost outfit
for indoor-outdoor snaps
Here's everything needed for
round the clock snapshot fun.
Kodak's easy-to-use Brownie
Holiday Flash Camera, film,
ftasholder, bulbs, batteries, and
full instructions all in a hand handsome
some handsome gift box. A wonderful gift
even for very young snapsheot snapsheot-rs
rs snapsheot-rs . a wonderful buy, tool
All for $ 9.95

BROWNIlWakt
FLASH OUTFIT 0
e
Featuring the world s most
popular snapshot camera!
There's everything needed to
launch a photo career in this
handsomely packaged gift outfit
from camera and Aim right on
dawn to bulbs and batteries for
the flasholder. And talk obout
values) The camera is Kodak'
8rownie Hawkeye the most

' camera ever built!
All for $ 13.95

m

KODAK OuAdJ eROWNIEgMit
U CI ACU AIITCIT O

FLASH OUTFIT

Imagine! A reftex camera
in this low-cost outfit
Great buy! 'rice includes Kodet Kodet-modal
modal Kodet-modal Duoflex IV Camera, Mm,
ftasholder, and everything else
needed for indoor-outdoor pic picture
ture picture taking. And it t the surest
snapshooting aver. There's no
guesswork you saa your picture
in the big "preview'1 finder be before
fore before you press the button.
All for $ 22.50

FLASH OUTFIT

With the most versatile
Brownie camera ever built!
Traditional Brownie ease, econo economy
my economy but the camera in this gift gift-boxed
boxed gift-boxed outfit is a super-Brownie
with a cooted, focusing lens that
even takes close-up pictures,
and a double-exposure prevent preventer.
er. preventer. Outfit includes Bull's-lye
Camera, film, flashelder, bulbs,
batteries, and full inflections.
All for $ 19.75

KODAK PANAMA LTD.
PANAMA e COLON



MONDAY. DECEMBER IT. 1956

PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DADLT NEWSPAPER
PAGE

ITS (SOD NEARLY TIME TO THINK OF THAT (OUCH) INCOME TAX FORM

WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 (UP) figuring their income tar. Interest Interest payments vary from
Now is a food time for home own-'payments on the mortgage, real month to month and most be cat caters
ers caters to gather up all those receipts, estate taxes and property damage culated carefully -to determine the
check stubs and other household are among the most important de- year's total payment. Real estate
records in preparation for the an- ductions that apply especially to taxes normally are assessed an.
nual tussle with income tax forms, home owners. 'nually and are not difficult to de-

iiuiuc uwucrs, especially muse oimpieM ui uifse are mommy (ermine.

paying on their homes, have many interest payments, and real estate
special items to keep track of in 'taxes.

Home owners also should consid

er the desirability of taking deduc-

fcynstfi&Dfi TV SETS

A GIFT YOUR FAMILY
WILL ENJOY

$145,000.00 in Cash

For each B.2U.00 PURCHASE in CASH or
CREDIT, you are entitled to a free ticket
of the EXTRAORDINARY NATIONAL LOT LOTTERY
TERY LOTTERY drawing which will take place on

r Z3, 1956 : or z tickets of the reg reg-ery
ery reg-ery drawing on Decern-

WW

oer sum.

J:
I

1

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Easy payment plan. You set the terms!
Additional discounts on Cash Sales.
We'll receive your "Caja de Ahorww"
Christmas Savings Account in payment cm I
account of any purchase.

BsMaBBJl

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL
9:00 P.M. TILL XMAS.

(D1STR1BVIDORA ELECTMCA, S.A.)
6th (Peru) Ave. No. 39-1 16 Telephone 3-1650

tions for state income taxes, city
payroll taxes or pell tar.es, al although
though although other taxpayers may not
find these useful as deductions.
Another provision of the law al allows
lows allows deductions for any losses
from fire, theft or storm not cov covered
ered covered by insurance. The law allows

a taxpayer to claim only the dif

ference in the value of the prop property
erty property immediately before and im

mediately after the damage. This
should be determined by compe competent
tent competent appraisal. The cost of repairs
may be used as a measure of loss
only when the repairs simply re restore
store restore the property to its former
condition.
There is no maximum on dam damage
age damage deductions. If the loss is great greater
er greater than 1956 Income the balance
ma ybe applied against 1954 in income.
come. income. Any toss still remaining
may be applied against 1955 in income.
come. income. Any further loss may be
applied against income in future

years beginning with 1957.

This carry back and carry
over" provision is particularly val valuable
uable valuable to home owners In years
like 1954 and 1955 when hurricanes

did heavy damage along the Kast

Coast.

Another tax problem arises from

sale of a home. If proceeds from

a sale, after deducting commis

sions and other expenses exceed
the cost to the seller plus perma

nent improvements, the difference

is considered profit and is taxed

as a eapital gam. This is at a max

imum of 25 per cent.

However, if the seller buys an

other home within one year or has

one built and ocucpies it within 18
months no tax is assessed cn the

profit. He must report the sale in

any case.
The advantage from itemized de

ductions is gamed if they exceed
the flat 10 per cent allowable for
11 deductions including medical

expenses, interest payments and

state and local taxes.
If deductible outfays connected

with homes plus otner ueoucnons
do not exceed 10 per cent of the
"adjusted gross income," there Is

no gain in listing mem. nowevw,
In most cases the extra trouble
pays off for home owners.

IKE SINGS: HOLD THAT TIGER;
2 FARMERS TALK THINGS OVER

JACOfT ON BfrfPSt

yOSWALD JACOBY
Written far NEA Service

NORTH (D)
AQ6S
VKQ7
AQJ74

WEST
4KJ874
PA4
QI742

K

AST

AJ1053

192

SOUTH
A
VJ109I53

K

1098J

North-South vul.

North East South West

1 Pass J 1
2 V 2 4
Pus .Pass .8 9 Pass
Pass Past
Opening lead K

The auit nreference signal

ahnuift nmrt.irallv never be used

on the first trick of a hand. To

day's hand shows an exception to

the rule.
wt led the kins of clubs, and

dummy won with the ace. It was

obvious that West nan iea a
sincleton. and it was equally ob

vious that East could not want to

signal either encouragement or

discouragement. In other words,
East could not want to signal
West to lead another club: nor

could he want to signal West to

refrain from leading anotner ciun.
The road was therefore clear for
East to use a signal for a dif

ferent purpose. He could play a
higher club than necessary to
Indicate that his side entry was

h CH. CASE

...

KAYSER'S Fleur.de.Lii Satin cast in bright
robin blue. What a wonderful gift idea when
you tuck in three pairs of Jubilee 75's world's
sheerest and finest stocking so perfect for
holiday festivities. Makes an outstanding gift.

JlSoJ&M dU leading stores in the Republic

GETTYSBURG. Pa.. De. 17 -(UP)
Backstairs at the Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg White House.

When Prime Minister Nehru of
India came to town here Dec. 17
with President Eisenhower, he
could see a town ablaze with
Christmas cheer.
Lincoln Square is a mass of col colored
ored colored lights and Yuletide decora decorations
tions decorations and most of the streets are
banded by electrical displays ap appropriate
propriate appropriate to the season.
But chances are that the Presi President
dent President and his distinguished guest
will stick to the farm and talk
about world problems instead of
looking at Christmas decorations.

Nehru is much interested in ani animals,
mals, animals, but his tastes ro tnnwmhit

different from those of the Presi

dent, menru has a tiger for a pei,
but Mr. Eisenhower prefers cat cattle,
tle, cattle, sheep and hogs.
The neighboring farmers will be

ppy w unow mat me prime min minister
ister minister did not bring his tiger along.
Many neoole here

that Nehru is but the Urct t

number of high-ranking visitors to

tumer wiin uie resident at his
farm.
Before too long, a meeting is ex expected
pected expected to be arranged in Washing,
ton for the President, Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Sir Anthnnv ITHan nf r.-f

--.7 v.v. ui vjicavu
Britain and Premier Guy Mollet of

r ranee, some of the Eisenhower
neighbors have come to the quite
natural conclusion that they will
see Eden and Mollet, too.

A number of extra state police

are here in ease crowds develop
around the farm in an effort to see

Nehru. But if the weather isnt
materially better than it was over

the weekend, crowds won t be
much of a problem.
It was cold, drizzly and foggy
for several days. The President
probably will have to lend the
prime minister some galoshes if
they do much walking in the mud muddy
dy muddy areas of the farm.

in a high suit; and he could sig-
nal hv nlaiinfr Itf i i 7

Zj r-j" ma wc9i CIUI) in
order to indicate that his side
entry was in a low suit.
In this case, East played the
deuce nf r 1 ii h o k.. 11

. i ""us signaling
that East could gain the lead in
mam nnAr, u ii .

""""7 i""jr .nan m spades.

" was important. West
got the lead by taking t he first
trump trick wih his ace and then
led a diamnmt P..t ti,

. n wiin
w.,f,C "tamed a club.
West was able to ruff, thus de-

ine contract. If West had
led the spades instead of dia diamonds
monds diamonds South would have won
the trick and drawn trumps The
contract of five hearts would then
have been fulfilled.

WURLITZER

ELECTRONIC PIANO

Tm'h.ihi H ff virion i
IWvo toovo! ft M Hw radio .
Now you con Soo it Har fr frond
ond frond 'Uy it yourtorf t our
Iter. Compact . Vortotilo
. Economic.! . idoolly
Mitts' for imoll compict living
quorten perfoct for) muicol
ntertoinmont onywhero ni
to 'cIUnt instrument for
starting your child's muileol
oducotion ...

RADIO CENTER
7110 Bolivar Col6n 40

LA MASCOTA
SHADE 44 GREEN
DRESS BLUES
WOOL UNIFORMS FOR STATES
SIDE WEAR
Colors and all detail? absolutely
guaranteed regulation.
COISIEMEIST PAY PLANS

To CANAL ZONE POLICE
Orders being taken for the new
regulation Police Uniforms for
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Tailoring as of which only
La Mascota is capable.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING.
TILL 9 P.M.
From Sot. Dec. 15 till Dec. 24 ;

Never has the hthmus seen such
a Galaxy of Sport Shirts and Slax
for the Holidays.
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN Inc.
Opp. Ancon Post Office

TAHITI'S

Tbudget terms

llll

$19.50
Man's 10 k. Gold Rinf
bis initial set in Onyx.

$14.00
1 Jewel Swiss
Watch with Expansion
Band.

THIS WEEK'S
FREE WINNERS:
Rafael Guerrero
Joseph IV. Sealey
Laura Pardo
Berta de Aleman
Blanca Garcia
' Catherine Garrett
F. de de Leon
Sylvia Carpenter
Elsa Cordero
Ralph Pierre

3 Ring Bride and Groom Set

ah xnree
$46.50

Jr. -ifUV kPfl.ffrW!(l

f y V .ft '! If-' .)

' Ricardo Pino V.
v u, tern. i

Alicia Gonzalez

' Adolfo Schraeder

Roger Johnson
Manuela Castaneda
Mrs. J. Ridge Jr.
L. Bauckus
Mrt. Wayne Hattin
Carmelina Jimenez

And They Won For FREE!
TAHITI
18-47 (137) Central

A

OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M.



MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. IBM
II eiarr
Unbeaten Santamaria Clouts
A hniar Smashes Thru SIod
To Impressive Feature Win
7th Straight Victory

;w
TBI PANAMA AMERICAS All WDEPeNDtWT DAILY NEWS7APER

Way to

US Earns Right To Meet
Australia For Davis Cup

lrPTH Australia. Dec. 17

Btp The United States earned

toe right to challenge Australia for
the Davis Cup today when Its new

U..klc lm nf VIC seixas m"

was i steadying influence on his
youthful partner, who was appear appearing
ing appearing in his first interzone final.
Ciammalva Amuses Crowd

Glammalva. extremely nervous

was brilliant

aouoies ie..u ,t the outset, also w

Sim r.iammaiva oeieai,eu .. . f,.,

2SLr ,rfi rr4 t0 cunch't tne Royal Kins Tennis Clul
of India, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 to cnncii,jth his good.natured ntics.

The husky Texan with the legs
of a fullback roared when he hit

the interzone final

The Yanks' victory gave them

n unsurmountabie 3-u ieaa in uw ,, t called or foot

best-of-five series and set up ine committed three f00t-

13th straight meeting between the

U. S. and Australia in ine cnai cnai-lenge
lenge cnai-lenge round matches starting Dec.
26 at Adelaide, Australia.
Seixas, a 33-year-old battle-tested
cup veteran from Philadelphia,
and 22-year old Glammalva from
Houston, Tex., teamed together re remarkably
markably remarkably welf against India's gal gallant
lant gallant but outmanned tandem. Sei Seixas
xas Seixas was all over the court, mak making
ing making almost impossible returns, and

Tax Tale Of Joe;
They Want Dough,
Causing More Woe

CHICAGO. Dec. 17 (UP) An

attorney for Joe Louis, former hea

vyweight boxing champ, said the
V-S. Tax Court in Washington has

approved lea era i seizure oi a $65. $65.-WO
WO $65.-WO trust fund set up for Louis' two
Children.
The lawyer, Aaron Payne, said
he was planning an appeal.
The government plans to attach
the fund set up for Joe Jr. and
Jacqueline aa part payment on the
ex-fighter's back income ta. esti estimated
mated estimated at more than a million dollars.

Payne said Louis had paid $124, $124,-MO
MO $124,-MO on the back tax this year while
working as a professional wrestler.
Ha was forced however, to quit
S cause of a reported hear); con con-tion,
tion, con-tion, before he could make much
of a dent in the amount he owes

the government.

;The government charged that

Louis set up the fund after he

new he had become insolvent and

Was going to be billed for back

taxes.

faults and after one such call
turned his racquet as if it were
a gun and pointed it at the ref referee.
eree. referee. He even had Seixas hollering
with him. And when Glammalva

was upset, especially in the fourth

set when ne aroppea ms service
twice, Vic always would go up to
him and pat him on the back.
U.S. Team Dominate
Actually the match was not as
close as the score indicates. Id

both the third and fourth sets, the

Indians got off to 2-0 leads only

to have the U.S. pair overtake

them.

In the second set, Seixas and
Giammalva obviously let down
once thev dmoDed behind. Several

times instead of going for balls

they could have returned, they

gambled on them going out only

to see them hit the line

But after the second set, the

Yanks buckled down to business

atain and in one hour and 45

minutes they had wrapped it up

By BILL BILL
Jesus Santamaria, who's got a
name like a saint and fights like
the devil, last night clubbed and
danced his way to a unanimous de decision
cision decision over Calidonia's Byron Cum-

berbatch at the National Gymna Gymnasium.
sium. Gymnasium. A large crowd, a "$1,000
house" someone said, saw the four four-event
event four-event card.
Santamaria, a Colon ridnt,
wasted no time in seeking out his
seventh straight win since turn turning
ing turning professional. He hit Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch almost at will and pushed
the action all the way. Byron
looks a mita old for the business.
However, the loser showed a lit little
tle little flash of 11 years of ring expe

rience, too. In the second, fifth ana

ninth rounds, he tagged Santama

ria hard; but never hard enough

to slow his switch-hitting stalking.

Cumberbatch was in real trou

ble twice. In the second found, his
opponent drove him with a cross

to the whiskers into the ropes and

bashed him for a full 30 seconds.

Cumberbatch lasted, though, and

then weathered a fourth round bat

tering of the same type.

The judges all gave it to Santa

maria handily. So did The Pana

ma American, which saw it six

rounds for the winner, one for the

loser and three even.

The best fight of the night prob

ably was the semi-final, a blisterer

between Tito Marshall and Enri

que Perea, two quick-moving, jolt

ing featherweights. Marshall won
in a close, furious fight that kept
the customers howling.

Marshall knocked Perea down
for two 8-countt, in the second
and third rounds. One round lat later,
er, later, Perea sent Marshall down
for no-count knockdown. The
six-rounder ended with both boys
hammering away at each other's
heads, something they did a
night.

In another six-rounder, Black

Bill disappointed the action seek

ers and his own management. He

dropped a unanimous decision to

Roberto Murillo, returning to box

ing after a year's forced lay off,

the result of a previous boxing

match.
Bill had his left eye opened in
the first round and it bled the rest
of the way. He was hanging on
for dear life several times, too, as
Murillo moved in and hit away
with heavy lefts and rights,
Another unanimous decision was
the one tacked up by Ernesto
Campbell in the curtain raising
four-rounder. He beat San Bias In Indian
dian Indian Arias Mendez, a daf mute,
in a rough .bout.

-'ii!! alafcafe. V
bK
.WM Wbl jB
dS(r rf JL.
3BbP1-,- ..W jm .m BMa -Jtt- jbP HbIII
HHHffisai

BATTLE CARB Kerby Farrell puts the stamp of approval
on the new Cleveland uniform. The Indians' new manager
comes out of the rhain after winning pennant in Indianapoli.

VFW Teener Baseball League
Elects Officers For 1957

Jose Malnlerl's hard-running

four-year-old Chilean colt Alha-

jar yesterday iouna conaiuona
admirably suited to bis atyle

and raced to an impressive iww-

length victory in the. featurea
six furlong sprint at the Presi

dent Remon race wax.

The bla brown son or Honoiu-

lu-Astilla took to the aloppy go going
ing going like a duck and, after chas chasing
ing chasing sprinters Oonetino and Erie
to the homestretch, raced down
the straightaway to score going
away. Oonetino barely lasted -o
nose out Eric for the place while
the latter was a neck in front
of fast closing Town's Wall and
Opulento a half length further

back. Paquiro, Biaicemere ana

Kadlr trailed.

Alhajar received a good nae

from Alejandro Ycaza and re

turned $7.60 per win ducat. Fa

vorites again dominated the
card with Rina -Rot's $14 being

the best win dividend.
Fvancitcn Ciatra who won

with Don pastor and Tinela, was
the only rider to score more than
once.

Another feature of yesterday's

card was the abundance of
close finishes.

The dividends;

The organization of the V.F.W.
Teener Baseball League for 19a7

got off to a good start with an e-

lectlon of officers anq uiscusbiuu w
those items which require early

action.

The League was fortunate in e e-lecting
lecting e-lecting Noel Gibson Sr. for Presi President.
dent. President. Gibson, who hails from Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, teaches in Cristobal High
Kr.hi.nl and is nrominent in civic af

fairs on the Gold Coast, especially

youth activities. He currently is
manager of the MRA team in the
Atlantic Teen-age League, in which
he has been an outstanding workr

er for several vears. A graduate

of Bradley University and as three

letter man there, ne nas piayea
professional ball and tried out for
the St. Louis Cardinals. A broken
shoulder at that time curtailed a
promising career. He has been a
driving force in the V.F.W. Teen Teener
er Teener League since its inception.
Peter Corrlgan of Balboa receiv received
ed received the vice presidency without se serious
rious serious opposition. "Pete" is well
known on the Pacific side in teen teenage
age teenage baseball and as an umpire in

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1971, Sunday, December 16, 1956
whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two serlw "A" and "B"

First Prize
Second Prize

Third Prize

3954
2283
7119

$ 44,000.00

$ 13,200 00

$ 6,600 00

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

No.

154
254
354
454
S54
854
754
854
MM

Prim
t
132.M
132.M
132.00
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
2,200.00

Na
1054
11M
1254
1354
1454
1554
1M
1754
1854
MM

Prlxu
132.M
132.00
132.00
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.00
132.00
2,200.00

No
MM
21M
22M
2354
2454
1M4
2854
2754
2854
MM

Prizes
t
13200
132.M
132.M
132.00
132.M
132.00
I32.M
1.1200
132.M
2,200.00

No.
3054
3154
32M
3354
34M
3554
3854
1754

3854

Prizes
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.00
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.00

132.1

3954 44,000.00

No
454
4154
4254
4354
M54
4554
4854
4754
4854
4854

PrliM
t
132.M
132M
132.80
132.00
132.80
132 00
132.00
132.00
132 00
2,200.00

No.
5054
5154
5254
5354
5454
5554
5654
57M
5854

5954

Prtam
a
132.00
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.00
132.00
132.M
2,200.00

No.
MM
6154
6254
6354
6454
6554
66M
6754
68M
MM

PriiM
I
132.M
132.00
132 00
132.00
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
132.M
2.200 00

No
7054
7154
7254
7354
7454
7554
7654
7754
7854
7954

I
132.00
132.00
132.00
13200
132.M
132.00
132.0(1
132.M
132.M
2,200.00

No
MM
8154
82M
8334
8454
8554
8654
8754
88M
8954

S
13200
132.00
132 00
132.M
132.00
132.00
132.M
132.00
132.00
2.200 00

No
M54
9154
9254
93M
9454
9554
9854
9754
9854
MM

132.00
132.M
132.M
132JM
132.00
132.M
132.00
132.00
132.M
2,200.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

IMS 440.00 3947 440.00 1
S94S 440 00 I 3948 440.00 1

1949
MM

440.00 1 M51 440 00 I MM 440 00 I MM 440.00 I 19M 440 00 I 3960 440.00 I 3962 440.00 I
440.00 1 3952 4M.M I 3955 4M.M I MST 4M.M I 3959 4M.M I 1M1 4M.M I 3963 440.00 I

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

O, MOM H MMnSHlMOOlOOIIMHMOMBlHHHHHHMHMMHHMHiMHOMMBMMnoMI'
MM MOM 1283 tUM MM 1MM 4283 120.M MM 228 M SMS IM.M TIM 220.00 8283 220.00 9283 220.00
MT4 1M.M M78 110.00 1278 110.M 2280 110.60 2M1 1M.M 2285 llt.M 1M7 110.00 2289 116.00 B91 U800
gu now im 1M.M art 110.00 nsi h.m mm mo 00 aut ham mm ham mm 110.00 imi ham

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

Mil 1M.M ill! 132.00 1111 132.00 1119 132,00 4119 132.00 5119 13100 fill 132.00 8111 132.60 Mil 132.00
711 M M 1111 88 00 1114 M.M 711 MM 711S MM Till 88.M 71M S8.M 7125 MM 7127 88 00
Till S8.M 7111 88.00 7115 M.M 7117 M.M 71M M.M 7122 88.00 71M 88.00 71M M.M 71M 8S.M
-

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at 1st and 2nd in Colon. 3rd in Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 4 and not included In the above list win Forty-Four Dollars ($44.00 each.
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each.

Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative Of The Treasury, JOSE GUILLERMO AIZPU

.' WITNESSES: Nicolas Costarangos, Ced. No. 47-83965,
I Egberto Eduardo P., CeU No. 47-86703

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public Panama

PABLO A. PINEL M.,
Secretary

1 MATC- Th winning tickets with the last cipher and with tho two UM
' WW I t. ciphers apply only to tho First Prize.
iThc First Prize end the 2nd and 3rd Prizes ere drawn separately. The p p-,
, p-, proximetions are calculated on tho First, Second and Third Prizes. In use
Im ticket should carry tho numbers of each prize, the holder if entitled to
claim payment (or each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, December 16, 1956

Drawing Number 672
Fraction

iFint Prize.

. .

.Second Prize
Third Ifrize

54
83
19

$11.00
3.00
2.00

Ticket
$220.00
60.00
40.00

Plan of Extraordinary Drawing No. 1172 which
wiU take place December 23, 1956
J Tho whole Ticket has M pieces
FIRST PRIZE

1 First Prize of , 1100,000 00

1 Second Prize of

1 Third Prize of
18 Approximation of 11M0.M each
9 Prizes of 5,000.00 each
M Prize of 300.00 each
900 Prize of 100 00 each
SECOND PRIZE
18 Approximation of 250.00 each
Prize of 500.00 each

30,000.00

15,000.00
18.000 00
45.000 00
27.000 00
M.000.00

4.500 00
4.500.00

THIRD PRIZE
IS Approximation 2M.M each ..MMWMXSO0.M
I Prize of 300.00 each ........ 1,700.00
1.074 Prize Total 1340,300 00
f Price of a whole ticket $50.00
Price of one-fiftieth part 1.01

senior circuits. He manages the
Macaws of the Fastiich League,
champions of 1956. He also piloted

the V.r'.W. Teener All Stars of

1956, who reached the semi-finals

of ihe V.F.W. National Teener

lournament at Hershey. Pa. last

August.

Stanley Bolek continues as trea

surer. Under the league Constitu

tion, the V.F.W. Department Guar

terraaster is automatically the

treasurer. The position is bonded

ana suoject to inspection and au
dit by the Department.

The office of secretary was not
filled. Mrs. Jean De La Pena of

Balboa, who has done such an nut

standing job in this capacity for

two years, declined re-election for

another year due to pressure of

otner responsibilities. She consent

ed to continue, however, until a

successor is elected at the next

meeting in mid-January.
All other offices are annoimivp

Gibson, the new president, madp

only one appointment to date, Don

minnes. wno succeeds h mw f c

business manager. The remainder

vi. me appuimments Will De i
nounced at the next meeting

Tentative plans call for an exhi-

di iion tour Dy tne V.F;W. Teener

Ail itars prior to the National
Tournament at Hershey. Experi Experience
ence Experience in the oast two vears tnrli.

cates that a pre-tournev tour- ii

juiue advantageous tMn.one fol-

ipwing ine mg show. It- is antici anticipated
pated anticipated that this tour wlll do much
to condition the boys and weld

Uiem into hard fighting unit, rath rather
er rather than a group of individual stars.
The team should arrive at tj'

shey keyed ud and sham Th

will probably start in Florida and

"P eastern seaboard to

uie jLuurnamem. V

College Cage
Scores

Rett

Navy 88 Rutgers 71
Yale 88 Penn 72

Duquesne 65 Geneva 52
Vermont 92 New Hampshire-67
Rensselaer Poly 71 St. Lawr. 67
Pittsburgh 89 Carnegie Tech 56

r urunam oo rrovidence 47
Bucknell 63 Colgate 51

Amherst 90 Holy Cross 74

South

Duke 89 Albania 78
Furman 75 Davidson 61

W. Vir. 105 Miss. Southern 69

Stetson 93 Western Carolina 77

McNeese 95 Southern State 88
Tampa 76 Georgia Tchrs 73

Memphis St. 77 Texas Western 46

Morneaa St. 85 Tenn. Tech 82 ot

Emory & Henry 94 Concord St. 80

Randolph-Macon 73 Gauaudet 57

Midwest

Wehaton 72 Aran 65

Ohio Wesleyan 87 Heidelberg 84

San Francisco 67 Loyola (Iff.) 48

Creighton 66 Drake 40
U.S. Olympic 97 Santa Clara 57

Phillips U. 80 Emporia 79

Southwest

Oklahoma A&M 73 Utah 59

Oklahoma City 73 Wyoming 8

Iowa St. 63 Texas Tech 62

Hardin-S. 67 McMurry St. 60

Oklahoma 58 Baylor 56

West

Montana 66 Washington St.

Kansas 76 Washington 63

UCLA 74 Brigham Young 69
Idaho State 70 Coll Pacific 58
Kansas 77 Washington 63

48

Sports Briefs

m.nOMINGTON. Ind. (UP)

Phil Dickens, head coach of Wy

oming's unbeaten football team, is

"on the list oi coacnes pemg con

sidered to replace Bernie Grim-

mine resigned recetly after a sue

mins at Indiana University. Crim-

mins resigned recently after a suc succession
cession succession of losing seasons.

Olympics Almost Forgotten,

Australians Go Tennis Crazy

FIRST RACE

1-Don Paator $4.40, 3.

2 Rahiblanco $4.

SECOND RACE

1 Dona Beatrix $8.80, 5.20.
2 Master Molody $5.40.

First Double: $19.60
THIRD RACE
Rina Roi $14, 4.60.

2-Jachalin $3.80.

One-Two: $47.80
FOURTH RACE

1- Mr. Tlvoll $5.20, 3.
2 Dr. Bi ll $2.40.

Qulniela: $5.20
FIFTH RACE

1- Solito $4.40, 2.60.
2- Chlto $2.80.

SIXTH RACE

1- Kiroga $3.40, 2.20.
2 Royal Stream $2.20.

SEVENTH RACE

1 Lucky Test $8.80, 4.40.
2 Little Fool $4.20.

Second Double: $12.80
EIGHTH RACE

1 Tinela $2.80, 2.20.

2 Avispa $2,40.

Quiniela: $4.20.
NINTH RACE

1- Alhajar $7.60, 3.60.
2 Oonetino $2.40.

One-Two: $25.60
TENTH RACE

1 Apache $5.60, 3.20.

2 Don Brigido $3.

Fumble-Plagued

West Team Nips

East JC Grid 11

JACKSON, Miss. (UP) Fum

By OSCAR F HALEY
SYDNEY, Australia, Dec.

(UP) Fearless Fraley's
and figures.

17 -facts

Sportsmen quite frequently
bump noggins with political offi officials
cials officials while trying to get new stadi stadiums
ums stadiums in which to complete. It is the
same in Australia where one rug

by official arguing with poHticos

angrily described them as six ta-

ajtd

The Olvmnic Games are just1

about forgotten except by those bor men, two independents,

waiting for planes home and Aus- four fruit salads,
tralia has gone tennis crazy with!

orofessionals putting on a tour and Worked In Bank

the Davis Cup going into its final!
phases. j Pat Crennan, a Sydney horse

I owner, once worked in a nans
If vouve ever wondered why which explains why he has named

Australia has such a stranglehold his horses with handles as Inter-

on the amateur game, here is one est, Compound, and foreign Ex-

answer. In Sydney alone there are change. Eddie Arcaro, the Ameri-

30,000 courts and 50,000 registered can jockey who gets such a bad

tournament players the laun

dries must love em, Anyhow,
Pancho Gonzales, the world cham champion
pion champion of the tennis pros, doesn't
much care which of the two top
Australian amateurs Lew Hoad
or Ken Rosewall turns pro.

lat Them Alive
"I personally think I can eat
either one of them alive," he said.

"I've taken the best of the ama

teurs before and I'v got a hunch

I can take 'em again."

time from the bettors when he

blows the deuce with an odds-on
favorite could sympathize with
Aussie booter Jack Thompson. An
Australian, Thompson has been
able to win with only four of 24
straight favorites. It is a dead heat
as to whether he or the worried
wagerers go out of their minds
first. v

You'd believe hi-a, too,

could see how gaunt and hungry
looking Tony Trabert has become,

Frank Sedgman and Red Hart Hart-wig
wig Hart-wig flew in from South Africa for
the Australian professional tennis
tour. The plane stopped one day at
the remote island of Mauritius in

if you the Indian Ocean. While the rest

01 tne people anoara me aircran
were busy buying souvenirs, the

knocking his head against the Gon- two pros picked up $100 each play play-zales
zales play-zales stonewall. ing an exhibition.

OUT OF DOORS with

OLDTIMERS ARI STILL GOOD
By WARREN PAGE
Shooting Editor
THERE'S been great hullabaloo
about bow hunting in the. past few
years, with more skilled press a a-gentry
gentry a-gentry and build-up given the slay slaying
ing slaying of deer with arrows than is
leeded to launch a film star.

so extreme, but this affection for
the antique was certainly part of
their philosophy. The .45-90 cart

ridge had been off the loading

lists for years, and the Colt-made

slide-action Express rifle, canoer
.38-55, hasn't been made since
Gramps was a boy, but such
combinations were the pick of this
group.

One .45-70 ; collector from Way

I , , , V M V 11UU IHT WUirw VU V. u ......

ine dow nuniers nave a m oi ezTy Colt rifles, fitting it with g
l in, no doubt about it, and snare, barrel-from a Gatlins Bun.

more rifle hunters stalked with of aU thinBS to handle his
equal patience and skill the na- canridge. With it he was set to

uonai mvm average on bucks Wow down alI the shrubbery be-

would be higher. But in all this

sound and fury little has been

laid about another group of deer-

si a ers, those who take their ven venison
ison venison with a rifle that is obsolete.

tween him and a buck.

Might well have done so, too,,
since for the short-range brushy
style of hunting we ran into. 400-
nrirl drains nf lenH uamhlintr dinner

Abandoning only the cobnskui at 0W speed had ample punch to

cap for a red pate-cover in the

interests of personal safety, a
considerable group of throwbacks
to D. Boone and D. Crockett sally
fjrlh with black powder muzzle

loaders. They tote everything from

ble-plagued West team came to beautifully-made Kentucky-s ty 1 e
life in the fourth period to nip the 'squirrel rifles to fat-caliber Civil

East 7-6 in the first A -America '. ar muskets

junior college game played in fog

and mud here Friday night.

They have a fine time, too, deer

Coach S a m m V Baugh's West r not. because there's a definite

team drove 66 yards in the final lersonal satisfaction in setting off
civ mtnutoc with fnllhark T)nn Fel- ",n n. an man. nf urur 'ki..i.

ler of El Dorado, Kans., College

hiillintr 12 vards for the score.

Quarterback Jerry Flemmons of
Tarlton, Tex., State kicked the de decisive
cisive decisive conversion.
A meager crowd of 2,0D0
watched the East take an early
lead after guard Russell Massey
of Southwest Miss., JC hopped on
a first period West fumble on the
West 29. Quarterback Jerry Halll
of East Central Miss., JC

sneaked over from tne one lor ine
score.
Yankees List 35
Exhibition Games;
Six With Dodgers

NEW YORK. Dec. 17 (UP)-The

world champion New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees today announced a 35-game
1957 spring training schedule fea featured
tured featured by six exhibition games with
the National League champion
Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Yankees also revealed that

they will pay only four games en
mute north from their St. Peters

burg, Fla., base the shortest
barnstorming trip in th club's hls-

ory. The Yankees won't break
camp in Florida until April 9 and
play the Dodgers in Brooklyn on

April 13.
Paul Hornung's
Grid Future Still
Hanging In Midair
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 17

(UP) The football future of Paul
Hornung still hung in midair today
while the former Notre Dame star

pondered pro offers.
Hornung held conferences with

Green Bay Packer officials Fri Friday
day Friday but refused to discuss the out

come of the talks with the team
that holds Ma NFL draft ritfhts.

CLEVELAND (UP)-The Cleve- it was noted, however, that Hor-

lanri Indians Wll n av 31 niirni nunc rtiA nnt sn inv rnntrart

. IT 4 i O- HWI UV, wu
games 'te' 1W mcludhh? six eacm Hornune i bettered to tie law

:.u tu M... i tr 11.. i..Jt.

wiin uic nuuu ciiBuiiuii ityt aering oners irom uie vnuiunu
York Yankees and the Baltimore Football Leaeue. principally Van-

Orioles. The Indians star their couver, which won Canadian draft

afterdark schedule on April 20 rights to the All American quarter
against the Detroit Tigers. bac i.

10 or 80 Brans of FFFG Mark to

blow a lead marble at a deer.

The gang I was running with in

Maine this past fall weren't quite

down a deer and undoubted)"
would slide through a maze of
maple with less deflection than a

speedier pill.
That he didn't bob a buck with
his black powder cannon, and I
did with a hot-shot small-caliber
wildcat, was neither the fault of
the man nor of his weapon the
buck just came my way. But for
all the Satisfaction I got out of
tagging meat slain With a wild wildcat
cat wildcat cartridge of my own devising
I think he might well have gained
more from one unhinged by hit
punkin balls, at that.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

GRACE LINE

N modern "Santa" ships suiting the
Americas with fast and frequent

service.
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA OLIVIA' Due Cristobal. C. Z., Dec. 17
S.S. "SANTA OLIVIA" Due Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 18
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA RITA" Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 20
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ..Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Dec. 25
FROM U.S. PACIFIC WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL. C. Z.
S.S. "SANTA ANITA" ,.Djie Balboa, C. Z., Dec. 25
S.S. "SANTA CRUZ' Due Balboa, C. Z., Jan. 25
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA & U. S. PACIFIC
S.S. "SANTA ANITA" ....Sails Cristobal, C. Z., Jan. 2
BALBOA ONLY
"ALSO LOADS FOR CENTRAL AMERICA
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL: 2131 21S5 PANAMA: 2-0556 0557

BALBOA: 1507 2159 M



THE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DA IT T NEWSPAPER
PAGE NTNB
BHS, CHS Battle For Basketball Runnerup Spot

MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1956

aaaaa

wEADSTAND J.'A. Rolan was caught in this unusual posi posi-Itionaduring
Itionaduring posi-Itionaduring his; Olympic Games wrestling match with Sam
IKasahara.The Japanese kept the Argentine tied up to winj
yhetlightweight event in Meibourncr

by
JOE WILLIAMS

CLIPPING PENALTY: This has been a galling season all a a-.
. a-. i w Pam Rmwn who trhiles in brass as general manager;

.,.h and nraeticine eenius of the Cleveland grid pros. Among oth

er miseries, the box office is down $80,000 plus from last season,
and since Brown participates in club earnings on a bonus basis, his
take home pay is clipped proportionately. But don't sell the intense,

Withdrawn young man snon. injuries ana umei iwim w
cost him two or three games this season. And he's going to be a a-round
round a-round a long time.-His contract calls for five more years.

AI Weill's in Liverpool today completing legal arrangements

y whicn ne Becomes manager ui me E.iuytu
amateur champion. Before leaving New York he informed this de department
partment department he also hoped to do some business for Rocky Marciano,
his own retired heavyweight champion "Personal appearances,
referee assignments, things like that, in Italy where he is an idol.
Weill Insists Marciano is "eager" to make such a trip. But doesn t
this contradict the Brockton muscle man's explanation that he re retired
tired retired because he wanted to stay home with his family?
WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST: When the Pittsburgh Panth Panthers
ers Panthers exploded against unbeaten Miami Saturday repercussions were
felt by the Cotton Bowl, the national rankings and the all pickers.
Texas Christian, host team, had already been shut out by Miami,
and was, in tha Bowl only because, Texas A&M-ls ethically uoaccent-

bla by NCAA standards. An earlier defeat by Pittsburgh impugn impugned,
ed, impugned, the credentials of Syracuse, the guest team, and obviously the
Panthers' smash win over, hitherto unbeaten Miami could add no nothing
thing nothing to the Orangemen's prestige. Miami was ranked as the sixth
best, team in the nation by coaches and writers, Pitt 12th in one poll
no higher than 13th in another. Thus the Panthers either have made
Eastern football-look very good, or the rankings vary bad.
The AP named Miami's Don Bosseler fullback on its All-America
team and then apologized for his inconspicuous performance:
"Pitt had set its defense to point for Bosseler.so Coach Gustafson used
him sparingly." Why would a coach in a losing enterprise refuse
to make the most of his best man? The Panthers have a way of
embarrassing headline heroes. They held Syracuse's vaunted Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Brown to four yards a carry in a game which decided the East Eastern
ern Eastern championship in our book. The answer is simple ... Pitt had
the best line in the East, excepting, of course, Bob and Bay, who,
incidentally, were plain wonderful at our high school dinner.
PALMS AND PUGS: Floyd Patterson's first defense of his new newly
ly newly won heavyweight title may be in Miami come February. Prob

able foe: Willie Fastrano. mcs Jim worns ana Pattersons man manager
ager manager huddle on the matter today. Norris wants to hold Hurricane
Jackson for outdoors in June. Boxing's boss isn't optimistic that
Marciano will fight again ... "I was asked if I would guarantee him
4400,000 to meet Patterson," Norris revealed. "Certainly I would,
but Rocky knows how to figure. His end from such a fight would

greatly exceed $400,000, and he needs no one to spell that out for

him. Norris estimates a ratterson-Marciano fight, including re returns
turns returns from theater, or closed circuit TV, wpuld do $2 million, with
the gladiators splitting 60 percent down the middle.
Whatever Became Of ..." is a regular Page One feature in the
Chicago Dally News. Last night Sherman Billingsley greeted Dave
Jones, president of the Browns, as the man who did the most for
New York football this year .... "You kept Otto Graham retired,"
explained Mr. Stork. Marciano got $65,000, Weill $11,000 out of the
SEP series.
Resurfacing operation may force Belmont to suspend turf and
the world is still spinning.

Teams Play
Final 1956
Game Tonight

The climax to one of the fast fastest
est fastest basketball seasons on record
will come tonight at the Balboa
Gym whenRal&oa and Cristobal
play. At least it will be the cli climax
max climax for these two teams. J.C.
has already salted away the 1956
title, so the Bulldogs and the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers will fight it out for second
place. The main attraction be between
tween between the two varsities will be
preceded by a game featuring
the junior varsity quintets from
the high schools. The prelim
will start at 6:30.
Fans are cautioned not to
be misled by the fact that
nothing more than second
place In a three team league
is at stake tonight. Normally
this would be a rather slim
bill of fare, but it is pretty well
recognised that these two
teams rank a victory over the
ether almost as highly as they
do the championship.
This will be 'the last time this
season the Tigers and Bulldogs
will meet on the basketball floor.
Each team has won from the

other once so tonight's contest

will decide which of the hign
schools has a better basketball
team.
Balboa will rate a slight edge
to take this one, but a Cristobal
victory won't be in the upset
class. The biggest, surprise of any
would be to have either team
dominate the game as complete completely
ly completely as Balboa did in the last game
with JC when they walked off
the floor with an 86 to 56 win.
It will be the Tigers quick quickness
ness quickness and experience against
the Balboa Heights and team
scor ng potential. Team scor scoring
ing scoring potential means that the
Bulldogs have a starting five,
anyone of which might take
high point honors. This means
the Tigers are going to have
to keep a balance in their de defenses
fenses defenses and not concentrate on
one player, namely Danny
WOnklosky, as was possible in
the other two games.
. For the Bulldogs this will be
the last interscholastic League

basketball for Dan Winklosky,
Jack winklosky, and Ritchie

More the only seniors on the
team, it might be that coach
Jim Hurln will decide to eo a

long with his seniors for part of
the game, and then give his next
year's varsity the change to play

a quarter or so.
If this is the ease fans can
look for lots of playing from
boys like Alex Ruiz, freshmen,
John Morris, Lem Kirkland
sophomores, and George Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, AI Nahmad, Raul Barba Barbara,
ra, Barbara, and George Barbier jun junior.
ior. junior. The only thing this group
really tacks is height, with
George Kirkland being the on only
ly only boy over six feet.
So much for the future, to

night-is the present and it will
be a battle for second place in

me league and lor supremacy
between the two high schools.

Cleveland Toyshop

Fund Gels $61000
From Fight Card
CLEVELAND. Dec. 17 (UP)

Joey Giarlello of Philadelphia an-1

Yama Bahama of Bimini slands
have scored unanimous decision!

but the real winner was the Cleve
land Toyshop Fund.
The 9,031 fans who poured $61, $61,-750
750 $61,-750 into the benefit coffers saw a

dead-game and dead-tired Charley

liung) oiton oi Toledo fail to
push through bis plans to "come

strong" in the final four rounds,
and lose unanimously to Giardello.

whom he had beaten twice before

and bowed to once.
Bahama was "disamwinted

that he "couldn't get a fight out of
Jimmy Martinez" of Glendale.

Am., in the televised second main

event, a bout which drew catcalls

from the Arena crowd.

put up with

slow hand figuring
when you can have

Eg. fast, easy machine figuring
at no extra cost

With the new Burroughs 5ml-
motlc all your accounting can be
done quicker, easier, more accu accurately.
rately. accurately. Ie will do so much work
so fast it will pay for itself.

Ask your urrough$ Mai to show you how-)

V
BOYD BROTHERS, INC.

Along The Foirwoys
The Rodman Naval Station
Golf club is scheduling a medal medalist
ist medalist tournament on Saturday,
Dec. 29. canal zone navy per personnel
sonnel personnel with a handicap of four four-teen
teen four-teen (14 or better are eligible
to participate. Naval Station,
Rodman, plans to sponsor the
two (2 lowest qualifying med medalists
alists medalists in the Panama Open.
Data on Medalist Tournament:
(a) play will commence at
0900, Saturday, Dec. 22.
(b) USGA and Local Course
Rules will apply.
(c) Players will compete In
threesomes; the tournament will
consist of eighteen (18) holes of
medal play.
The tournament committee
will appreciate your cooperation
in publicizing the Information
enclosed, in your newspaper.

Today Encanto .35 .20
Paul Newman in
"SOMEBODY CP THERE
LIKES ME"
Bette Davis in
"WEDDING PARTY"
Today IDEAL .20 JO
John Ericson en
"RETURN OF JACK SLADE"
Bill Elliott in
"SUDDEN DANGER"

TIVOLI MOTORS REGAINS
LEAD IN COSMOPOLITAN

MIKED LEAGUE

With the season one-half com completed
pleted completed this looks like one of the
closest fights for the league
championship in the history of
the league. Right now Tivoli
Motors is in first place by one
game over the Atlas Club and
three games ahead of Tasco
Batteries and Seymour Agencies.
Braniff Airways, now In the
cellar, is only eight games, be behind
hind behind the leaders.
Bill Coffey of Tivoli Motors
roiled the only 600 series of the
evening as new pins made it
pretty tough for most of the
bowlers. Bill's 618 was followed
by Tasco's Bud Balcer With 597
and Chuck McGarvey of Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agencies with 578. NHigh
game of the evening went to
Chuck McGarvey with 222. He
was closely followed by Frarrtc
Melnick of Pepsi Cola with 221
and Harry Colbert and Bill Cof Coffey
fey Coffey with 217's.
The girls also found the alleys
pretty tough as most of the
scores were much lower than
usual. Thelma Camby of Sey Seymour
mour Seymour had the high game of 169
and teammate Marge Hicks had
a 161. Lillian Gunn had the high
series with 476 and also second
high game of 164.
Tivoli Motors 3, Braniff Air. 0
Tivoli moved into first place
and knocked Braniff into the
cellar with their three game
win. Bill Coffey, wiih his new
ball, and a 618 series led the
Tivoli gang. None of the rest hit
over 500 but that was enough as
Braniff continued their disas disastrous
trous disastrous slump that caused them to
fall from first to last place In
seven short weeks. Swede Nelson
had a 513 and that was high for
the team. Betty Coleman with a
443 was the only other to bowl
her average.
Atlas Club 2, APA 1
The Atlas Club five dropped
one game out of first place al although
though although they won two points

from APA. This was another case
of no Outstanding scores for ei
ther team but just enough to
win. Atlas won the first game by
the ,narrow margin of two pin
and the third game by only 24
pins. Dlek Soyster, subbing for

MacLane, was high for Atlas
with, a 197 game and a 547 se series.
ries. series. For APA it was Earl Best
and Bob Bowen with series of
545 and 524 and games of 205
and 203. Phyllis Best rolled her
best series of the season a nice
412.
Pepsi-Cola 2, Colonial Ins. 1
Pepsi cola climbed out of the
cellar with their Two point win.
The first game was won by Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi by two pins when Jim Riley
got a lousy spilt in the loth
frame and brother George
spared in a real exciting match.
For the Pepsi kids it was Frank
Melnick and George Riley with
games of 554 and 540 and games
of 221 and 211. Wilma Rilev al

so rolled her best of the year
with a 435 series. For the In-

suranceme.n it was AI Minor

with a 533 series.

Seymour Agencies 3, Tasco B.t
Seymour Agencies, led bv

Chuck McGarvey and Bill Jaml Jaml-son,
son, Jaml-son, made a big jump back into

ine wijck or tne battle with a
three game win over Tasco.
Chuck had a 576 series and a
222 game while Jaime had 524
including a 196 came. Maree

Hicks with a 461 led the girls.
Tasco lost their seventh straight
game and dropped from first
place to a third place tie with
Seymour. Bud Balcer and Har Harry
ry Harry Colbert led the run-down
Batteries with 595 and 574. Bud
had a 217 and Harry Colbert led
the run-down Batteries with 595
and 574. Bud had a 217 and
Harry had games of 206 and
203.
Standings at the end of the
15th week:

BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE

Won
Lobos 43
Splits 36' 2
Panthers '.. 31
H. R. Knapp 31 '2
Vespa . . . . 28
Ebonites 2H2

Lost
21 j

27

32'A

32' 2
36 ;
42

Sports Briefs
BOSTON (UP) Don LenharHtJ
former outfielder with the Boston
Red Sox, St. Louis Browns. Deirou
Tigers and Chicago White Sox, has
been signed by the Red Sox as a
scout in the St. Louis area. Len Len-hardt
hardt Len-hardt was with San Franci co in
the Pacific Coast League last season.

Lobos

SAN MATEO. Calif. (UP

j Jockey James Broomfield started

a 10-day suspension today for
"careless riding" at Bay Meadows
on Dec. 12, Broomfield also was
fined $100 by the board of stew stewards.
ards. stewards. I

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Satina...

th BIG inning
aid In the Utile box

Blind .... 140 140 140 420
Blind .... 142 142 142 426
lIHrtMtiiaf VtfO 1 A O nn 4 enrt

rviumuoi , iuo IIO 5Ut DiM ;
Ubben ... 189 146 181 516

v 639 576 667 1873
Splits
Klumpp ... 179 129 197 505
LaBeau ... 113 169 178 460
Walker . 188 173 166 S2S

Luttenberger 178 147 188 493

' 656 618 709 1983

Panthers
Banks .... 180 152 148 480
Patterson . 130 125 142 397

. 177 186 139 502
. 161 134 159 454
648 597 588 1633

Pope

Irwin

Schneider
Piletsky
Wickham
Turner

H. R. Knapp

137 155 189 481
186 151 150 487
130 128 150 408
169 181 160 510
622 615 649 1886

Now PAN AGRA brings
the most picturesque cities of
SOUTH AMERICA

the reach of your budget

Vespa

Garrido
Voss .
Folger
Pahl

. 125 125 165 415
, 156 152 146 454
. 178 174 142 492
. 195 182 169 546
652 633 622 1907
Ebonites

Amato . 157 200 166 523
Barbee ... 140 178 161 479
Deveau ... 118 119 154 391
Blind .... 153 153 153 459

PLAN NOW -FLY PAN AGRA AGRA-PAY
PAY AGRA-PAY LATER!
El Pacifico DC-6B
' Pnct .1 Pay
Nclrat only 10
Ponamo-CAU-IOGO-
TA-MEMlUN-PteosM I. 90-00 9.00
PoMma-CAU-QUITO-
UMA-Posoma B. 210.0,. 21.00
Pwwmo-C All-OUl TO-
UMA-M PAZ-SAN.
TUGO-IIANOS AIRES
-MONTEVIDEO SAN
PAB10 RIO LIMA
Hmm 61140 69.25

NIW RATES!
With its New Excursion Fares, Fanagrt
cuts the cost of air travel bringing it within
the reach of even more people.
NIW PLAN I
Now within the reach of every budget!
Pay only 10 in advance, Ealance m up
to 20 months.
Call Ponogro er your Trovel Agent tor further
information en Ponogro' 14 DC-7B one'
OC-61 flight! weekly.
PAH AMftlCJM jt.cf M4rt
Panama Aganelti Co. Coll "I" N 1
tal. 2036 '20317 Panama, a. f.

Team

Tivoli Motors 27

Atlas Club 26
Seymour Aeencies .... 24

Tasco Batteries ...... 24
APA 20

Colonial Insurance ... 20

Pepsi Cola 20

Braniff Airways 19

Won Lost

18
19
21
21
25
25
25
26

Mm
Ofaa NlthH from jf
S:SS mm. XUV

Raulatte
21 (Hack Jack i
Crae Table
Pakar
Slat Macbinei
Sar Service
AJr-Cnaeittaaaa
SalM

.. 56B fisn im iv 1

QM imo . difisLAsuti!! Woy rml
ill "llHherfyoT f ' W flp ft Ca"
KM I t park I Jam AkuuU, ihxMl sk. PW 1

H VllJ)ilalU3)t Christmas Trees, Ornaments, Decorations
(cP Lareart aalaatiea I
- u jSa a fiA LONG PLAYING RECORDS

M r -can. WMl

"WW are VML CM 1
it I la fltT aodUiM Control T -" I W ?'J!wLm Mercury

S N THE WHOLE S- VflT if Z
family rtcrttr n I wk

rn i ... 1 1 ii t a i in ..

E WILL ENJOY PP
FOR YOUR PLEASURE. ALL YEAR ROUND WARING Uflf cVatioV'SS'
, jmWaSMk Blendor Uln
mm ifer Iran LL

j From $93.00 ((
BR ...the home of UoiJUldo fn.a na
AIR CONDITIONERS and AIR CIRCULATORS PANAMA 3-0;p

I
it

H.



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, DECEMRER 17,
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
inexpensive Want Ads Bring Quick Results!
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
N
LIBRERIA PRECIADO
I Street No. U
Agenoiat Internal, de PublicacionM
No. 3 Lottery PUa
CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 44
LOURDES PHARMACY
1S2 La CvTUHQiUa
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. U "V Street
MORRISON
4th of ini Ave. J St
LEWIS SERVICE
Am TJvotl No
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Central Are.
FARMACIA LUX
114 Central Avenue
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. Fee. a la Oeu Ave. No. U
FOTO DOMY
Jmto Aiesesaena Ave. ana H St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
H Street No.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parque LofcTto 7 Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
Via Porras 111
NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via EspaSa Ave.
MINIMUM
FOR
12 WORDS
MINIMUM
FOR
12 WORDS

PAGE TRW

COMMERCIAL b

PROFESSIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A.
Packen Shipptra Movers
Phone, 2-2451 2-""
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes eW
3 lo 5 a.m. Phone 2-2451
Of 'by appointment
HI-FI RECORDS
Christmas, classic and
popular records
AGENDAS DIAZ
37th St. No. 6-A Tel. 3-1596
Open until 9:30 p.m.
PREPARE FOR HOLIDAYS
LEARN KEY STEPS TO
5 DANCES $12
Bop, Cha Cha Cha, Mambo,
Merengue, Tamhorito & etc.
Good until Jan. 15-57
d a i an a 2-4239
lARNETTaDUNN
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2959
for U.S. personnel and tneu
familiea only.
C&TJPJ3.
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
1. 1. Mllll II.
Panama
N. York Colon
T1V0LI BEAUTY SHOP
Is opened from 6:00 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday for
the convenience of our
C. Z. patrons.
Please call
for appointment 2-3377.
CANAL ZONE LADIES
The -Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
wishes to thank you once a a-gain
gain a-gain for your riatronage dur during
ing during the past yesr.
"HAPPIEST HOLIDAY"
Velma, Fran, Ida & Maria
BE TALLER
Increase Height 2 to fj Inches
with our brand New Course.
Suitable for both sexes. Re Results
sults Results guaranteed. Details free.
Address Activities (D 29 )
Kingsway, Delhi-9, India.
Expert TV Engineers
at your Service
As Close as Your
TELEPHONE
, 2-2374
SERVICE & CALLS
as late as 10:00 p.m.
SPEEDY
DEPENDABLE
All Work Guaranteed.
TELE RAD
CORNER H & DARIEN
i :

aa- ar a m

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE:- 1 refrigerator f
ft. Good condition reasonable
prico, 2nd street opposite the
Gallon, Rio Abajo, House No.
12, Brown.
FOR SALE: Misc. household
ITEMS, motors, refrigerator,
2-4131, 5712-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: -One rug, 9 x12'
color gray, $20.00, Tel. 3-7251
3 1933.
Mahogany doublo bod, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood typo, with box spring and
innorspring mattress. Call 87 87-3265
3265 87-3265 or Panama 3-S852.
Help Wanted
WANTED: COOK for commer commercial
cial commercial establishment, malo or
fomalo. Answer with reference
to "Interior competent only"
Box 433, Panarrt.
WANTED:- Laundress with
references. 47th Street No. 3
Apt. 5.
WANTED: Housekeeper-cook
experienced. Must bring refer references.
ences. references. No. 11 Jose Gabriel Du Du-que.
que. Du-que. La Cresta.
Scout News
A New Look, And Security,
For Girl Scout House
Have you ever seen any girls
In the brown and green uni
forms? Also the teen-agers in
the green skirts and white
blouses or blue sailor dresses? D6
you know who they are? They
are the Girl Scouts: Brownies,
Girl Scouts, Senior S e r v ice
Scouts, and Mariners.
Most any afternoon In the
"Little House," tucked back al almost
most almost under Ancon Hill, behind
the nlavoeround area of the
Balboa Elementary School, you
can see one or more or tnese
girls in uniform gathered with
their leaders, having a meeting.
These meetings not only keep
the girls off the streets but also
prepare them for doing good in
the future towards some less
fortunate than they are.
Isn't it nice to trunk these
girls have a place to get togeth
er; but wnen they leave any anything
thing anything not under lock and key It
just disappears just like grem gremlins.
lins. gremlins. Too, there has been dam damage
age damage done to chairs, tables,
stools, etc., writing on walls, arid
improprieties taken.
Because of this and there
are about 185 girl scouts in Bal Balboathe
boathe Balboathe basement of the "Lit "Little
tle "Little House" is absolutely necessa necessary
ry necessary for holding meetings for the
10 troops involved.
Therefore, for security and
cleanliness reasons, the Balboa
Neighborhood has cont acted
Chain Singh to put a cyclone
fence around the basement, so
that some of the troops can use
the downstairs at the same time
the upstairs is in use.
The contractor is doing this
work and painting the roof for a
bare minimum charge; and
work has already begun.
Because of this expense, par parents
ents parents of Balboa Girl Scouts will
be solicited in the next two or
three days by letter for a small
donation.
Questions on the above under
taking will be answered by call call-ling
ling call-ling Mrs. Richard C. Sergeant or
Mrs. R. W. Perkins.
Met Baritone Gels
Fired; Blames It
On Soprano Callas
NEW YORK (UP)-A young
Italian baritone, recently dis discharged
charged discharged by the- Metropolitan Op Opera,
era, Opera, blamed his unemployment
today on Maria Meneghina Cal Callas.
las. Callas. Enzo Sordello, who was to have
been the villian, Lord Enrico Ash Ash-ton,
ton, Ash-ton, in Friday night's "Lucia de
Lammermoor," said he had been
discharged because "the prima don donna
na donna was jealous of his sustained
high notes.
The baritone said he had re received
ceived received a special delivery regis registered
tered registered letter from the Met Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night informing him that he
was not to sing in the remaining
two performances of "Lucia."
He said Miss Callas had caused
his discharge because he held his
high note longer than she did in
a duet in the opera last Saturday.
He said the s o p r a n o's voice
"cracked."
Rudolph Bing, the Mel's general
manager called the assertion non nonsense.
sense. nonsense. He said Sordello, who made
his Met debut last month, was
fired for insubordination.
Under The Nose
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 17 (UP)
Police today sought a thief
took a purse containing $42 from
a desk in the Safety Buklding and
then discarded it on a stairway
near the police chief's office.

i-OK SALE
Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Girls' bicycle 26
inch. Like new. Phone, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE: Good used tiros
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: Monkeys, Mynah
birds, budgies, goldfishes, tro tropical
pical tropical fishes, discus, black an
gels. Acuario Tropical Pet
Shop.
FOR SALE: New must sell
7x50 Japanese kogaku binocol binocol-ar
ar binocol-ar coated lenslarge field glass
size leather case, $40.00. 2nd
St. Perejil. Temistocles Diaz
St. House 773 Apt. 9.
FOR SALE: Largest assortment
of Italian swim fins in Central
America. All sixes for ages S to
90. El Panama Skin Diving Shop,
pooliide, open every day 9 to 6.
FOR SALE: Stamp collection,
Mint & Used. Approx. 20,000
different. Best offer. Call Pescod,
83-3176, working' hours.
FOR SALE: Christmas trees
in all sizes on sale now. Choice
selection of .US. and European
Christmas tree ornaments. Al Also
so Also Christmas decorations and
lights for homes, stores, dub
and organizations. Amesicon
supply Co., "J" St. No. 13-06.
FOR SALB: Blonde RCA
consolette 2T in. T.V. five
months old. $250.00. House 1550
Apt. I Cavilan Rd.
FOR SALE:- 60 Cyc. Hi-Fi
record player 3 speed excellent
condition. $125.00. Balboa 6362.
FOR SALE: Pretty state size
maternity dresses, size 9-10.
Cheap. Call Panama 3-6608.
FOR SALE: Office furniture,
desks, tables, chairs, fans and
flourescent lamps. Stempel A
Sons Phone: 3-0368.
FOR SALE:- New portable
17" 60 cycle "Silvertone" TV
with moveable TV table $1300
5649-A Diablo. Tel. 2-1805.
Just arrived hundreds of base baseball
ball baseball Gloves, mjtts, balls bats,
etc., underwater equipment.
Rubbers for Arbalets guns,
treilers, hitches, tractors and
bumper c 1 a m p s and Trailers
Calcutta r a d s, ALBERNATY
SPORTING GOODS.
Cuban Rebel's Son
Kidnapped by Cuba
Embassy on Orders
MEXICO CTV rw it niv
The 7-year-old son oif Cuban re
volutionary leader Fidel Castro
was Icirinanori fmm t .. k.. u
... -j. "win a iai uv L n 1 t: t
gunmen Here today, the child's
auius reported.
The Women. Emma nt Ammo.
tina Castro, told secret service
agents meir car was forced to the
curb and three armprl mm coitoH
the bov. Fidel Castrn Ttai anA
dragged him into a black sedan
wmcn spea away.
Thev said thev wer "r-prfsin"
the child was seized on orders of
the Cuban emhassv in an atlnmnt
to force his father to stop his up uprising
rising uprising in Cuba against' the govern
ment or rresioent Fulgenclo Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. The rebel chieftain had been re-
siriinp hero hpfnro hie Mnv "M vs.
r, iuu u i. i
vuh. Aiuiuugn ine uprising iaiieo
to ovennrow me government, re rebel
bel rebel bands were reported holding
out in the mountains of southern
Cuba.
The 30-year-old Castro was be believed
lieved believed to have landed on the Cu
ban coast near Niquero Dec. 2,
two days after his followers at attacked
tacked attacked police in the city of San Santiago.
tiago. Santiago. FOR HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
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
PARTICULARS TO:
"Future For Right
Party1
Box 134, Panama.

4.

FOR SALE FOR RENT
Automobiles Apartment
ATTENTION, 6. I.I Jest built
Sale of used cars. Prices below modern furnished apartments, I,
competition. Pay us a visit 2 kedreoms, hot, cold water.
and be convinced. 1951 Chevre- Phone Paeasea 3-44l.
lets 4 door, new paint, good FOR RENTi-2-bedreoei .part .part-tire,,
tire,, .part-tire,, excellent mecbenleal ton ,,. 5)rt N, 42H For
dition. Autos Eisenman, S.A. furth,r ,rttilt M 3.3337
beside Coca-Cola Plant. Tele- 3-1 602
phone 2-2616. 2-466.
, FOR RENT: From Janury
FOR SALE- ieu t.rj -.,. T'rtt ,W7- Modern one bed-
.odTr,1! & ss a sasa visa
miles. Standard Transmission V, e'enoret MM T.l.h..
and7 Radio. Phon. offii. hour. rA'
- FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet m,nt' P01""' Mr'Or-dining-
Bel Air, Two tone, ws tires, T.b!d?mM'kiteV'rV,
radio, power glide. Excellent d- TJ'f- epply No. 112
condition. 51690. Navy 317 ( Res) B,'i"ri forrai, near
Balboa 1500 (office). Roosevelt Theatre.
( """: FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart-
FOR SALE: 1955 Rambler au- m,nt' dining-sitting room,
tomatic transmission air con- screened. $60.00. Bellsario Po-
dition continental kit. Phone La- rra No- s KV apartment 2.
cone 3855, business 86-3257 S- Informotlon 2-2316; 3-0234.
Sgt. Evans. FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart-
ment, 2 bathrooms, dining room,
... . spacious kitchen, laundry room.
Wanted Position s!otl,,,t ind mi4't ,oom-
V ltU 1 WfMWI Cangrejo. Phone 3-4641 Pana-
ma.
Secretarial position wanted:- f,R "NT -Apartments
Young lady, bilingual, U.S. col- J"on El Cangrejo furn-
lege graduate, 2 years experi- Sl!d or Phone 3-
ence, available Jan. 1. Expo-
iidivU.n,!jtb0';h00d Jp?,,rrd- POR RENT: furnished epart-
tfu p. inUrv,,w d,t b ""t independent. House 27-43
eiey, Panama. ltrMtf g,,,, vitU

Mars Is Dusty. But
Chicago University

HA!J?eC' (Up)-JhHscientists' conclusions that the old
re no canals on Mars hut. t.hpUtni- .k,.i u.

..,v,. '. t
Jart?.sine'J!bor P1?" ls ? Ped
UnltPd 'EKFa i 1 iISV
Un ted Stales dust bowl" look
wet.
tt: mi
n umveiMiy or unicago astron-
nnrtpH th GerarKd -P ?uiper' "'
ported these observations a f tor
k. jT:: "u ocucju-
ber doing little but starp at hp
plane. (
Klfinpp On A ntlia nn4MA.A

..u uuiu asiiiuuumers : spxiug was exira-
subjected Mars to a searchingrrd,narilr arv. Kuiper said, and

- waling
scrutiny during the comparatively
brief period when it ant in within
35 million miles of the earth.
Mars won't be that close again
U11M1 1911,
The astronomer confirmed other
Sabotaged Trains
Collide, Kl!! 19;
Switch is Thrown
TAGUASCO. Cuh Dpp 17 fliP
Two speeding passenger trains
cuniaea neaa-on near tnis central
Cuban provincial town early today
in a wreck that killed 19 nersons
and injured 18. Officials susnpripri
sabotage.
A wrongly-set switch believed
to nave Been thrown by anti-government
saboteurs threw an ex
press, train headed for Havana in
to the path of a passenger train
on me way to the eastern pro
vincial capital of Santiago.
The wreck occurred at 9:40
a.m., between Taguasco and Ja Ja-tibonico.
tibonico. Ja-tibonico. All of the victims were
believed to be Cuban.
The locomotive of the Santiago Santiago-bound
bound Santiago-bound train smashed into the first
passenger coach of the express,
causing most of the casualties.
Wounded survivors of the wreck
were being treated in the towns
of Jatlbonico, Sancti Spiritus and
Cieeo de Avila. air in Camamipv
Province southeast of the Cuban
capital.
minorities oraerea an investi-
gation to determine whether the
4 I i. .
Authorities ordered an Investi
ii,inis were wreciteu aeiiDerateiy
oy enemies of President Fulgenclo
Batista
If the wreck proves to be the
work of saboteurs, it will be the
latest of a daily series of attempts
to damage and destroy property
reported in various parts of Cuba
since a revolt started in Santiago
late in November. The revolt was
crushed last week.
Although there have been nu numerous
merous numerous instances of damage to
rallrnsds and othpr enmmunira.
tion facilities, today's wreck was
the first case in which destruc destruction
tion destruction blamed on saboteurs caused
a heavy los sof human life.
r
0 Where you nark

tmsm

,v l
J ot the door!

Has No Canals,
Astronomer Says

uvv Lnuais un mars isio
simply a myth The surf.e
M?5S "l00ks entire,y nfc"al,"
said.
"ra, lie hiu, in
vncvci, lie smu, tne asironom
ers d rl see sion. nt n.,.!ki.
Primitive form of planPlife And
Who,, ,.,,ti,j j. ...
aiurm ana a "summer" snow
storm on the planet.
The Martian spring was extra-
On AllE 30 fficrantip WJ
dust Storm. 3.000 mllpi: Inns UH
250 miles wile, sprang up from
wie uianei s aeserts.
The storm snreari ncrncc 4 Via
- -r- woo v(t v
planet. By Sept. 9, Mars had re
taiea and the astronomers, watch
ing through the 82-inch telescope
at the Universiy of Texas' Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald Observatory, could see the
dust sweep across the planet's
other side.
Then, Kuiper said, an "extra
ordinary event" took place on
Mars' polar cap.

i ana Dore a aaugnier. ine oaugn-
The vast area of snow and ice ter now nas seven cnildren- a11
had shrunk during Julv and mid I whom "re quite impressed with a
August. But on Sept 5 durine;grandmother who stiU believes
Mars' early summer, a "b'rilliantlviSant Claus
white cloud" measurina 800 mil

across formed over the pole. It
was gone by Sent 14 leavino
blizzard's snowfall behind
. iv
It was the first time astrnnnm.r.
had been able to watch a polar!
snow siorm on Mars, Kuiper said'l
However, they were puzzled whv
it came in "summer." Their best
it J it .
SUSS. KUlDer said ua. II.. t tu
- illicit, til
mammotft dust storm had lowered
th Martian temperature below its
chilly average of 65 degrees below
As for signs of plant life, Kuiper
m, it is possioie that vegeta vegetation
tion vegetation is present, and is in fact re responsible
sponsible responsible ft the minute color dif differences
ferences differences in the dark areas
However, there were only
loucnes ot green on Mars this
yar, compared to splotches of
blue-green noted by previous as-
r J"
i"(!rae"' KuIPer said
This in a ic,i,nnm..
Thls, the astronomer said, indi
k, "humici saia, mai-
r, "was a mighty dry
spring" on Mars.
Fuss Stop
,.1I,,ZAB.ETH' N J- D- w
(UP) Petrol-men Howard
Frankel says he actually saw
this happen: Two cers stopped
at a traffic light. A woman got
out of one and throw e wedding
ring at the second car. loth au au-tos
tos au-tos then drove off. The ring was
held by police in hte event the
impulsive woman has a change
of heart.
the
. . Christmas Store

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIARLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
INVESTORS: We have a limit limited
ed limited amount of stock for sale of
the following companies:
Panama Coca Cola Se.00.
Dry Ice Inc. 9.75
Panama Tabacco 11.25
AUERBACH, POLLAK A
RICHARDSON
Panama 2-0074, Ave. Tivoli 14.
SKINDIVE for fun or profit.
Largest selection of equipment
and spare parts in Central A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. See me before you
dive! El Panema Skin Diver-poolside-
open 9 to 4 every
dey.

Virginia, Now A Grand ma Near 70,

Still Believes In Old Saint Nick

NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)
Yes, Santa Claus, there is a Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. The little girl who inspired an
immortal newspaper editorial 59
years ago by writing to ask if
there was a Santa is a spry grand grandmother
mother grandmother nearing 70. She believes
as strongly in the spirit of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas today as she did in 1897.
"I certainly do believe in Santa
Claus." declared 67-year-old Vir
ginia O'Hanlon Douglas. "W.h a t
would the world be like without
him." i
She was 8 year old Virginia
O'Hanlon and on the verge of
tears when she sat down in Sep September,
tember, September, 1897, and scrawled a note,
to the New York Sun.
"Dear editor," she wrote, "I am
. u
- years om.
Some o v mtle riends
there is no Santa Claus.
..Papa says -u you see it in the
oun it s so.
"Please tell me the truth, is
there a Santa Claus?"
Francis P. Church sat right
down and wrote an editorial that
has been reprinted nearly every
year since, first by the bun and
now by the New YorK World World-Telegram
Telegram World-Telegram and Sun.
The editorial reassured Virginia
and children everywhere with- the
words:
"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa
Claus. He exists as certainly as
love and generosity and devotion
exist, and you know that they
abound and give to your life its
highest beauty and joy."
Vir8inia 8rew ,nto womanhool
cherishing that reply. She married
Virginia grew into womanhool
.:uiM u, ...i.. pl. : j

aiic cuiuniai lies cuiiliicu iiiy;nui uumiueu w wie: uiu aim unci

ai"lc M,e 5a,a' 11 nas maae 11
j fuller and more interesting. I nev
i i, i i
er trre of talking about it."
' DonIas nas Deen a teach-
ahw u
yJrs as asslstant principal of
P X 1 nr. thn .iiiam ITnnt
r i un ijlic. JJOOU IJlUC,
this year she became principal of
Need a
used
BEST MJYS
EASIEST TERMS
Our stock of
LATE MODELS
consists of cars
that have been
traded for
'57 FORDS
'57 MIRCUftYS
'57 LINCOLNS
Visit Our
ULTRA-MODERN
SHOWLOT
tGeVPiin
AUTO ROW
Panama 2-0625 Colon 446

'8

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chelet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th Street, Golf
Heights. Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
FOR RENT: House furnish furnished
ed furnished or unfurnished, four bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms large enclosed garden.
Belle Vista, Tel. 3-1146
FOR RENT: Nice furnished
one bedroom chalet. 41 St. No.
2SB. Bella Vista, &7S.00. Phone
3-72S1, 3-1933.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished large home in El Car Carmen,
men, Carmen, lots of grounds. Call 2 2-2102.
2102. 2-2102. a unit that teaches more than 400
child patients in 11 hospitals.
Speeds Cheer
; Mrs. Douglas travels from hos hospital
pital hospital to hospital, spreading cheer
among her. sick pupils as a sort
of everyday Santa's helper.
She knows the words of the
famous editorial almost entirely by
heart, and recites it to children,
when she is ,asked. Her own grand grandchildren
children grandchildren hav heard the words
every Christmas.
"I don't read it to mvself much"
she said, "but I think of it very
otteu. mere are certain parts I
like very much. There is that line
about 'the eternal light with which
childhood fills the world would be

Florida Hits Solid Goldmine
As Tourists Come Pnurina In

NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP)-The
rush for golden sunshine has turn turned
ed turned into the bieee.it stamuede for
Florida in history:
Twenty thousand "commuters"
a day are pouring out of the icy
cities of the North with tennis
rackets sticking out of their bags
and sports shirts flowering under
their overcoats.
"It's the biggest ever," said an
Eastern Air Lines spokesman.
"Twenty per cent above 1 a s t
year."
Railroads, bus lines and travel
I agenda dii saug uic aaiuc iiiuma.
They are booked solid into early
v i
They are booked solid into early
January. The boqm, which pours

an estimated 1 million dollars a i uie greatest ainni in comraer-
day into Miami alone, has hit a'cial aviation hitsory," it will ferry
new record. 1 2 million persons between New
'York ancl Florida in wmter
This Cnristmas rush- which season,
reaches its peak next weekend, isi

i ...
ncn longer, iuuhr men nc
going South with their families.;
Workers have put down their tools!
to "soak up a little sun.

Gene Nelson and Faith Domergue
team to solve a mystery in thriller
picture. .
"THE ATOMIC MAN"
released next Thursday at the
"LUX" Theatre

I eeeeeelllliamJaaB BaLB

Gene Nelson, playing the role of a sceate w..vcr lor an
English news magasine, exposes a well-contrived plot to do
away with famous laboratory technician and have his
place taken by a man of almost identical manner and ap appearance
pearance appearance in Allied Artists' thrilling film, "The Atomic Man,"
release at the "LUX" Theatre, next Thursday. In it Nelson
is co-starred with Joseph Tomelty and with Faith Domer Domergue
gue Domergue as a photographer for a magazine, and the girl with
whom he is in leve. She works with him in solving the case,
and in the end is kidnapped by the criminals and is taken
to the historic Thames-side docks of London, where much
of the picture was actually filmed. At.

If

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca-
sino.
fkene Balboa 1866.
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
THING?
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOSE INN
Address: San Jose Ine, San Jose,
Costa Rica.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
San. Clara. Box 4J5, Balboa.
Phone Panansa 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: 2S-cycle 3-speed
record player. Ancon. Phone 2 2-6386.
6386. 2-6386. c -v jx"iu vinuo
And I tlrn tkn 1 I
The editorial's final paragraph
says:
. ril ml
lives, and he lives forever, a' thou-
viu JVHIU A i U 111 IIU W V 11 IH.
nayten times ten thousand years
from now, he will continue to
III h k P p an ins heart f hi H
nooa."
...i. : 4. Ll J i r: : : rtm i
wnite iiaueu Virginia u nanion
- v. ft .1 own I v 1 O HO UVttiil
milO QC flfl II fttolc no aha. rAnre
me age oi retirement.
-.J7 Mfgrm. Wily UJll I
nf T)n n Tot'i nlic m mm liAnaiiAiiTJ Vi.a
Russia will never dominate the
worm, snp sain. ir up pwjuh
4k. - r .Ill I j
iorever.
P' w m m m
Trips Elswhr Canctltd
Trnninnllv t.Ini MitHrllo TT.ocf
Clr MM frMl flirt ofemnBreA CtAnm
snip tines had to cancel tnei
Mprliterranean prnisps Th rlne
st.rikp whirh nnspt. sailinc srhpri
llirTK lllll'fl II lil I r W K II .III I.IIWMIII
Florida.
Theri ar nt.hr reasons arpnrrl
ing to New York travel officials.
More people have more money.
Train and plane rates are within
the reach of the average working
man. Low-price summer package
tours to Florida whetted appetites
to come back.
Eastern Air Lines, the biggest
north-south carrier, reported that
in the "greatest airlift in commer-
-rj .-- -"-w
,
The airline has added 30 planet
with 4,200 seats to ns i mraa serv
ice.



PACT
THE STOEY OF MARTHA WAIN MiMf
In the Tower
Br WILSON S( Ki i
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
chuck yairaKDncM
iNOTWHS-BBTNOW WOOPUCWftPUN
MPLWtDTm torn) sr$eo soim
ANprw sons to bse- nifrffirrT
row
C3
Li

Tire PANAMA AMFF1CAN AW NDrTENDEN'I DAUT NEWSPAPER

,1

flBBjL

PwrSEm tSxJSmSi starntwmippie ) neepw AwtoN.r-TrfisooN A5 I've J4

mi mi m sirsBmi; kwmiiw ....w- fvxaiuiii mbm na;f sir: a ,i Bwrv.'4iiiBiwur-

" w iri im Hi mm.

nUSCILLA'S POP

Guest Appearance

Ay AL VERMEKB

BUGS BUNNT.

JOH.YESX lPv5ijR L.TELLING POLKS WE HAD 1 1 '""YOUv"
pE ATA EE
1

Super-Brain Un VkM?

IA33?" I jfV0U'(?E SUPPOSED T0&4V 1 I ( NOW LET'S TRY IT jl

FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS

DAILri FORTUNE FINDER
To tain your "Portune" for tocUy from tho stars, write in the lettm
of tho alphabet cor ropondinc to tho numoroto on tho lino of tho astro astro-lofic.l
lofic.l astro-lofic.l poriod in which you wore horn. You will Had it fun.
I 2 5 4 $ 7 I 101UaiUUlel7 1lloMllMMMMM

A C 0 i f 0 H I It IMHOfi t m i

JAN. 22 22-HI.
HI. 22-HI. 10

rtt.21-
MAI. JO

MAIL 11

AH. JO

aTHT
MAY 20

JUtY 14
AUO.tt

unu-

ocr.w

'6d.it-

NOV.JJ

noV.

DEC. 32

WtsV

JAN. 21

1 19 8 15 14 IS 8 15 25 22 9 19 9 20

30 31 18 14 80 15 15 U 1 22 1 8 18

1 8 5 1 4 15 1 4 5 1 4 12 14 5

2 1,12 1 14 8 5 9 14 8 18 5 1 U 5 4

111522 5 18514 17 21 9 8 11 12 25

15 21 71 1 18 2 12 5 16 M 12 15 22 5

18 5 12 1 20 9 22 5 19 IT 81 1 18 18 5 12

23 15 18 20 8 25 14 6 23 8 8 1-18 8 20 25

28 1 12 11 2 18 0 14 7 19 20 8 18 9 12 12

23 1 20 3 8 14 5 23 5 24 18 5 14 18 5 18

8 1 16 18 9 5 18 8 15 21 18 5 8 15 12 4

1 3 1 18 4 12 9 18 20 8 8 1 14 7 5 18

w e umu

9

0 10-81

(iki&toBfs True Life Adventures

tIKPS L.BARN THAT EKTAIN KSSCX6

ARE EITHER TOU6H OR BAP-TASTlNg

Ae5 ITEMS OP CT5T.

CEO

Tfas VJCBROV BUTTERPLY,

A.I uxst 1 ikirn-rikifii iuu tsie rwMj vim f . 1

MX1ABHJ 1KI At7PC&t7A.Me unoBcii! -fi

. , .. rrwf nnrrorw IW DC I V
MORSEL FOR B1RP6. BUT THBV LEAVE BOTH 6TWOTLV
ALONE A VkJTORV IN WaOTBOTlVg MIMkJRYftJg THE VlOBKOVC
OinibMri br Kin, Fwn Stkm

SIDE GLANCES

By Calbraith

bsseTs jhTtVi

ALUMINUM RIFLE At the Army'. Aberdeen, Md., proving
ground, RicharoVBoutelle displays a radically new infantry rifle
being teated there. Designated AR-10, and popularly called the
"Armalite," It is made of lightweight aluminum alloy and plas plastics.
tics. plastics. It weighs only 6.8 pounds against the Garand's 9.5 pounds.
FuUy automatic, the AR-10 fires a .3 08 -caliber bullet It was
invented by George Sullivan, Lockheed Aircraft Corp. patent
attorney of Los Angeles, whose hobby is guns. Test models are
being manufactured by Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corp.,

of which Bou telle is president

(Emm

EXECUTIVE
DUET
EiMntiol to good grooming
Heotnnr SHo'va lotion . met metalline,
alline, metalline, invigorating. Freito
Mbwto Snavn ... ultimate in
hevmg convenioneo . e!6
month j of luxury ihOvov

HI

11-7
TM. H- ?

Slip into your old clothes, dear, and I'll give you my
free course in physical culture!"

Faltering Philip
bJitrs Ufa I OUed with bruises
Sepatn would leave his bone tike new.
A Classifieds wart the Hrht e la'

Can't Escape

By MERRILL BLOSSEE

ITS BEtM AfiES SINCE SINCE-JUNE
JUNE SINCE-JUNE AND I HAVE

60NE ON A DATE WITH

OUT LARP AND HILDA

I IT'lL BE SUPER It) 60 B3R A DRIVE I I dSSA J0jl I
AFTER-THE SHOW AND MOT HAVE JAW N(G TOkl.T LLUCKIESr x
TO LISTEN 10 TMHR CONSTANT 1 lt)J''T bsj AB8K8E9B8fl

SST 1 J I C HM WA t,. 1. T M. IMg. U . on.

ALLEY OOP

Where's Harold?

BY V. T. HAMLIN

WELL, NO. I

AWtV SAY... X DOMT THINK

t vvaknt are you a so..smjs

MV K TU K L. L7II-K 111 It

. I I I'll 1 lU Ml I ML. NL

raaruiv

BrSSo' Y?r MY NUTHlN V FBEfND OF HABOLD?

lM .Lt. WEBT! MUTHlA HACntDtP A.

HE'S THE HERO, Vffl n BUT I THINK YOU'RE $H
MY FIANCEE ANCJ iUJ ( EVERY BIT AS CUTE Wfm
SWORN ENEMY fflL-X AS HAROLD.'

BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

Wrong Crack

By EDGAR MARTIN

TOR
ME.

OiCSf A ViTTLt
?OWETWKGI

WtST

IBS Bi nram, r

. I I IH m 1 .IMf 1 S.

SOi'V.WER-

1 GMCn

tiCCEPT TV.

1 MWHTVt

SUPPOSE. fT'O

M
m
3

CAPTAIN EASE

Joe's Excited

By LESLIE TURNER

BBW,l",SBjrHrAC:ePTfD AAV IMUITATiON. 1 1 HE NOT 6tIN' STEAPV, OLD MAN1. YOU'RE 1 1 JOE, CO BE CAREFUL! ANP PONT WIJJP6E 1
P. A SHE P5wt W TO 00 &TH6RI NOT alM06T 5TANPlMfl.. V0U CAPTA.N AY! CLANCV "&ll
MsjMBJBjBjHHM E9BflEBB3 I TTffWPeV tn. hvoyjWBBeBBB
MORTY MEEBLE Old Habit By DICE clALU
I InNCNOTBWTOfiCTuSCPTOl IwOP. IZOOtLOCkT, 'j IHOPE
HOWDCCerrfTCL AT FIRST ThOtldH. LWTTIMC v TIME FOR LUNCH p f VOUtLCTAy A
TOKRETIRCDAfTK J MAflTBAIHAjn71DH?CAK; yrr :Flt uA I ANPHAVCA

OUR BOARDING HOUSE

MAJOR H00PLE0UT OUR WAI

By J. R. WILLIAM!

TONY, WHAT ABYSMAL 3?Ke

lt lHit f A ckW CUT.'

SAMSON'ivbu'LL PAY

THl6-YOU WONT

HANE A PAIR OP
CLIPPERS IN THE

1 ?HOP WHENAW
V 1 &ulrr

yOUASK-A AAE.TOMV

REW CUT, AN' X 6lV

7W uisjfe KCKf-fcCT

JUB-- X 3UST-A

like to be nice.

0UT VOU SED WRi

LAWYER AN
WHAT HE 6ETS

IS A CLIP

lYOU'

LOOK

LIKE

COLLE0E
MA30R

-KEEP

IT

1

Kb

rr? what

I 1 NOW DON'T GO ) f OH, VEAH WELL, SOUR FACE
. STARTIN'ANY YOUR MISFORTUNE.' VOUVE j f
! ARGUMENT.' I I flOT MORE STUFFED IW VOUR J I
? ( MEASURED WHAT V MOUTH RI6HT NOW THAN L
? V WAS LEFT OF TH' I ( IS LEFT IN THIS PAW FOR J
pie an cut rr J Mg OH, MA

T It
" ri

Good Grooming Begins with

5

IT f for MEN
1 ELSE CAN HE
DO WITH IT?
-

1-17



onignf
H5-bn$ basKQTDOU rinaie
Read story on page 9

m m JPkk M m ssf m Mm mm ww M

Ike (West),

For Private
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17-(UP
jjfresident Eisenhower, leader
C the anti-Russian west, and
Ef Minuter Jawaharlal Neh Neh-9
9 Neh-9 leader of the neutralist east,
began private talks on world
problems today in the quiet ol
the Pennsylvania countryside.
hey wUl leave Washington
and drive to Gettysburg, pa.,
Sf 54 hours of seclusion at Mr.
Senhower s farm.
Theee, away from the pres pressures
sures pressures and pomp which custom custom-aril
aril custom-aril surround a Tisitofttie
' taad of a foreign government
to Washington, they will ex ex-'
' ex-' eange views on such subjects
as the Hangarian crisis, the
Middle East dlapate, U.S. rec rec-egnHson
egnHson rec-egnHson of Red China, U.S.
Mdlltarv alliances, colonialism
and disarmament.
Diplomat of both countries
hope that the president and
Nehru, heads pf the world's two
t .democracies, can nWrow
tome of the differences that
have separated their nation, on
number of international is is-Some
Some is-Some look for a new
gtlcan-lndlan unde "tanding.
hru. his visit to- the United
illness of last .summer
arrived in Washington aboard
th. president's personal piano
yesterday afternoon,
In setting
Seven Hen Indicted
In Alleged Fraud
At Signal Depot
. .Miumii t. nipt A fed
M-aL erand iu'ry. investigating al-
iSttd fraud in the construction m
TT"". mt.. AiiHar Armv Signal
.torps depot at Tobyhanna, Pa,
ii-t-H iven men includ-
S"U.S RepT William J Green
K and lormer Rep. Herbert J.
Scunchey. both Philadelphia
Democrats. ..
.y-Green. chairman of the Phiia-
JMnhia Democratic committee,
Tl: .....mH nf using his congres
sional office and his Armed Serv Services.
ices. Services. Committee membership to
"promote the interests, ends and
Jl-i". r ti, rlafndants in r-
gwds to contracts pending before
Sjrnment agencies."
McGlinchey was accused of act-j-
. A.htween for the col
lecting and delivery" of sums a -looting
and delivery" of sums al alleged
leged alleged passed between defendants
SSTro consoirators. It was alw
charged by the jury that Mc Mc-GHnchey,
GHnchey, Mc-GHnchey, through various trade
names, received payments for
services lie did not render,
Sblons Say Drive
To Gut Payroll
Runs In Reverse
WASHINGTON (UP)-Congress-
men are eomplaining that the ad administration's
ministration's administration's four-year old drive
to trim the federal payrou is run
nine backwards.
The government has added 50,-OOO-
employes to its payroll since
last January.
But Democratic and GOP con
grossmen complained Friday to
Assistant Budget Bureau Director
Robert E. Merriam. He appeared
before a House subcommittee
studying the government's use of
the manpower on its uo ouiion
annual payroll.
Merriam testified that the num
ber of civilian employes has
dropped 240,000 since the Eisen
hower administration took office
and on Oct. 1 stood at 2,383,000,
g. TP mt fftm -y aBMj
If the best rMngi tn Ufa are free,
'we ore paying pier for trie see see-:edbest.
:edbest. see-:edbest. Weather Or Not
Thia wtithtr report the 24
henri ending 8 a.m. today, it r r-aree
aree r-aree by th Meteorological and
Hyarsflnphic Branch nf the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
palps
(;'.
79
72
78
74
84
WI6
.68
7
7
15
) NWll
(inch!) .45
R TIM.
batten)
10
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18
SJ i
HIGH
LOW
10:05 a.m
10:26 a.m.

WINP

3C

Nehru (East) Huddle

Talk On World Problems

foot on American soil for only
the second time, he said that he
considered It a privilege to con confer'
fer' confer' with Mr. Elsenhower "at this
rather important and event,
perhaps, critical moment In his history."
tory." history." It was tne Iirst iace-io-iace
meeitfnff between the two leaders
since 199 when Nehru received
an honorary dgree at Columbia
University, which Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower then headed.
He will return to wasmngton
God's Dramatic Irony
Sees Preacher Expire
01 Disease he 'Cured'
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 17 (UP)
The Rev. Jack Coe, 38-year oia
fiery evangelist who preached faith
healing throughout the south, died
yesterday of bulbar pouo at raw
land Hospital.
A Federal Court suit for $150, $150,-000
000 $150,-000 against Coe for ordering
braces taken off the leg ef
young polio victim In Florida was
dismissed only eight days before
his death.
Coe was taken to Parkland Nov.
m nffarino (rum hulhar nnlin and
later developed pneumonia. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors performed a tracheotomy on
him shortly after he was taken to
the hospital when he developed a
serious breathing difficulty.
Ceo operated the Dallas vevival
center in Dallas and the Herald of
Healing at Waxahachie, Tex., He
also published Jack Coe's interna
tional healing magazine and refer
red to himself as' an inter-denomi
national preacher.
Church Fires Fanned
Over Trenton; Four
Set, 'Bug' Suspected
TRENTON, N. J., Dec. 17 (UP)
Fires causing more than 300;-
500 damage broke out in tour
Trenton churches today, virtually
destroying one of them. Police
said the fires apparently were set
by a "fanatic firebug."
The block-long stone First Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Church, built in 1894, was
burned out and part of its root
caved in befdre firemen could
bring the flames under control.
Records of the congregation dat dating
ing dating back to 1772 were destroyed,
Deacon Samuel Funny said.
The fire apparently broke out in
a basement stairway, nremen
said, sending flames shooting up
ward through the building.
No deaths or injunes were re
ported in any of the fires.
Fires in the three other churches
were minor. Two ot tnem were
put out by the church sextons
Without fire department aid.
The fires came only a week aft
er the fourth in a series of church
fires in the Boston area destroyed
a large Roman Catholic church in
Cambridge, Mass.
Last March, a fire burned out
St. Mary's Roman Catholic ca cathedral
thedral cathedral here, killing a church of
ficial and two housekeepers. Ar
son was suspected.
The other churches ignited to
nearly three hours to quell the
Bible, the State Street Methodist
Church and the Church of the
First Born. It took 150 firemen
nearly three hours to queell the
flames at the First Methodist
Church. Damage there was esti
mated at $300,000. Firemen said
damage to the other churches was
neelgible.
"The causes of all four fires are
of a highly suspicious nature,"
said Fire Chief Walter Stiack-
house.
He said a half -gallon wine jug
that had contained a liquid smell smelling
ing smelling like kerosene was found in
the State Street Methodist Church.
I

MINISTERS GET TOGETHER IN PARIS Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (left) chats
with French Foreign Monister Christian Plneau (center) and British Foreign Secretary Sel Sel-wyn
wyn Sel-wyn Lloyd during a reception for NATO ministers in Paris. The ministers agreed to a Un Unsupported
supported Unsupported atomic army which would ease the strain on faltering European economies and
meet the increased risk of war brought on by "Soviet miscalculation." American troops are
the only NATO forces presently armed with atomic tactical weapons,

from Gettysburg tomorrow and

make a nationwide radio-TV
address at 11:15 p.m. He will go
to New York on Thursday and
to Canada, on Friday.
Lovelady is Prexy
Of Employe Group;
Egolf, Gandy Win
Results of the recent election
oi Lodge No. 14, American Fed Federal
eral Federal of Government Employes,
have been announced. They in include
clude include the following:
Legal Ballots: 178
Illegal Ballots: 0
BALLOTS FOR
Pres. R. M. Lovelady 171.
1st Vice. Pres. H. C. Egolf 169.
3rd Vice Pres. C. J. Oaus 158.
Sec.-Treas. A. C Nagy 174.
Sgt.-at-Arms, Chris Skele 170
Guide, R. D. Kelly 169.
TRUSTEES
H. D. Raymond 152.
Otito Helmerlchs 121.
Leo Krzlza 114.,
Jack DeGrummond 114.
LeRoy Koontz 81.
Bill Kflgallen 73.
J. c. Wallace 73.
The above-named candidates
having received a plurality of
the votes cast are declared to be
duly elected to' the offices indi indicated
cated indicated in accordance with Arti Article
cle Article V of the Lodge Constitution.

No Lame Duck on Labor Union Menu
As Unionaires Reseat E. W. Hatchett

Streamlining Its voting proce
dure, the Central Labor Union
eleoted new officers yesterday
and eliminated the "lame duck
session" it has had in previous
years.
Incumbent president was re
elected, E. W. Hatchett to suc
ceed himself. He Is a delegate
from Teachers Local 227 of the
Pacific Side. This is his 25th
year in the CLU.
Forty-three delegates and five
alternates were present at yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's elections In the board
room at Balboa Heights.
president Hascnett win nave
the following labor team be
hind him:
1st Vice president, J. a. F.
Trlmple, Electrical Workers 397
(Pacific side),
2nd Vice President, J. H. Pfau,
Teachers 228 (Pacific Side).
Legislative Representative L.
S. Damianl, Operating Engineers
595.
Alternate Legislative Repre
sentative, J. M. Purvis, printers.
Wage Board Member, T. W.
Womble, Electrical w o rk e rs
397.
1st Alternate Wage Board
Member, Sam Oarrlel, plumbers
606.
2nd Alternate Wage Board
Member, W.' E. Thrift, Electrical
Workers 397.
Secretary, J. H. Elliott, Teach Teachers
ers Teachers 227.
Treasurer W.M.O. Fischer, In Incumbent,
cumbent, Incumbent, Teachers 227.
Trustees E. BreakfleJd, Incum Incumbent
bent Incumbent Postal Employes; R. F.
Oeddes, Operating Engineers
595 and B Spangler, carpenters
913 (Pacific side).
Sergeant at Arms, R. M.
Quinn, Incumbent, Electrical
Workers 677 (Atlantic side).
Two new ideas were tried out
at this meeting with success.
For the first time a single bal
lot was used. The nominating
committee consisting of E. An-
germuller, F. Baumbach and B
Spangler distributed one ballot
listing' all candidates. The elec
tion was successful on the first
ballot.
The second Item was the res
ignation of several outgoing of

I

Wm i m mm

SENTENCED Manacled An An-gelo
gelo An-gelo LaMarca leaves Nassau
Country Court In Mineola, N.
Y., after being sentenced to
die In the electric chair for
th kidhap-murder of month month-old
old month-old Peter Weinberger. .Judge
Mario Plttoni set the week of
Jan. 28 for LaMarca'S' execu execution,
tion, execution, but that that date pro probably
bably probably will be postponed since
an. appeal from the death sen sentence
tence sentence is automatic.
fleers and the election of the
new officers Co complete the
term for the year 1956.
Normally the newly 'elected
officers would be installed and
take office the third Sunday in
January. This will permit the
new officers to start work im im-medlaitely
medlaitely im-medlaitely on such important
things as the Legislative pro
gram ior 1957.
A meeting of the new officers
was held immediately following
tne regular meeting. The pro program
gram program for the coming year was
outlined by Hatchett.
. .trior to ine tmeewng, tnree
labor wheelhorses Walter
Wagner, Howard Munro and
Curtis coate had announced
they were not standing for re reelection.
election. reelection. Burning, Ambush
Marks Fighting;
Algerians Guilty
ALGIERS, Dec. 17 (UP)-AIger-an
rebels burned eight women
and children alive and killed at
least 11 French soldiers in an am
bush during a 24-hour bloodbath,
French authorities said today.
Officials said the rebels, fearing
the Moslem women would tell the
French of their presence in the
village, herded the women and
children into a hay -filled barn and
set it afire at Medrissa, 231 miles
soulheast of Algiers.
Another rebel band ambushed
60-man French patrol last night
near Tablat, 33 miles south of Al Algiers.
giers. Algiers. They killed 11 French sol
diers, including an officer, and
kidnaped a captain.
Santa Wants Spirit
CLINTON, 111.; Dec. 17 (UP) -Santa
Clans was a bit peeved to today
day today at the Clinton Police Depart
ment s tack of Christmas spirit.
r.n warn reuocK, wno dressed as
Santa and listens to children's re
quests in a small mobile hut, was
fined $2.50 for parking the hut in
a metered pariang 101.

ism

ti

AN

Mama

Let the people
22nd YEAR

Anglo-French
Of Port Said

PORT SAID, Egypt, Dec. 17
(UP) Britain and France slow
ed their evacuation of Port Said
today to recover from a week
end of violence in which a "mer
ciless" attack on Egyptian sui
cide commandos killed at least
100 persons.
The United Nations Emergen
cy forces (UNEF) took over
most of Port Said but some 5000
heavily-armed Britons and 2000
French troops held strong posi
tlons in the debarkation area In
fear of new reprisal attacks by
tne Egyptians.
The British reported a series
of 26 raids by Egyptian 'com 'commandos
mandos 'commandos during the past few
days, climaxed by the ambush
slaying of a British major. The
attack by British tanks and in
fantrymen Saturday night and
early Sunday followed the latest
incident.
A new crisis loomed tonight, th
deadline for U.N. acceptance of
Anglo-French salvage fleets with
their crew.
Egypt has agreed to the use of
the British and French salvage
ves&els but only if they are man manned
ned manned by other nations. Britain
and France have refused and
gave the United Nations until
midnight tonight, local time, to
decide.
Gripes to be Aired
By France Britain
And Israel at U.N.
UNITED NATIONS, Dec. 17
(UP) -The U.N. General Assem
bly meets today to discuss pro proposals
posals proposals for enlarging the, Securi Security
ty Security Council, indications were
France would use the opportuni
ty to protest Egyptian treatment
of French nationals.
The French delegation said
8 000 of its nationals have been
ordered out of Egypt by tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Britain and Israel have
made similar complaints to Sec
retary General Dag HammarsK HammarsK-j'old
j'old HammarsK-j'old about the treatment of
their nationals.
a French spokesman said the
Paris government was "increas "increasingly
ingly "increasingly concerned about reports
Egyptian authorities were jail
ing, beating and expelling
France's nationals."
Yesterday, 34 clergymen, in
an open letter to President Eis Eisenhower,
enhower, Eisenhower, requested that the
United States ask the U.N. to
condemn Egypt for its "mass
deportation of Jews." An Amer American
ican American snokesman said the ques
tion also may be introduced to
day.
Housebreaker
Tries Chimney
WEST POINT, Miss. (UP) A
woman who identified herself as
Katie May Edwards called police
to report someone was trying to
break into her house by coming
down the chimney.
"It's only Santa Claus," the desk
sergeant said, thinking it was a
prank.
"Well, I've got a gun and 'he's
going to be dead if be comes
down." the woman said.
Police hurried to the house to
find an intruder had torn up the
chimney top but fled before they
arrived.

Dixie Faces Facts of Postal Department Life;
They'll Post Equality Posters on Mail Trucks

ATLANTA, Dec. 17 (UP) -Fed-ATLANTA,
Dec. 15 (UP)-Fed-
eral postmasters in segregation segregation-conscious
conscious segregation-conscious Dixie said today they
had no recourse but to follow in instructions
structions instructions from Washington and
display p o s t e r s on department
trucks urging equal job opportun
ities and depicting Negroes and
whites together.
"H the Post Office Department
requests it, we will put them up,"
said Burl Sanders, postmaster of
Atlanta's big office, and he was
echoed by other postal officials
throughout the South. v
Post Office headquarters in
Washington sent out the nosters
for display during the Christmas
season and local post offices are
required to use them on trucks.
The three-color panel shows the
faces of whites and a Negro. Also
m the poster is comic strip char character
acter character Joe Palooka who is saying,
'Our way of rite means equal 10b
opportunity for everyone, regard
less of race, religion, color or na
tional origin,"

Tfflf

INDEPENDENT 1
know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1956

Sol ms mBffW JBiB
Br :MsW H

KEEPING A SHARP LOOKOUT Yugoslav soldiers of the United Nations Expeditionary Forces
watch movements of Israeli troop's from atop an armored car near a U.N. outpost in the Sinai
Desert. Official sources in Jerusalem reported that Israel would not withdraw any further
from the Sinai Desert until It received United Nations guarantees that Egyptian forces would
not re-occupy the area. In left background is U.N. flag.
Barbed Questions Await Sir Anthony
As He Returns To Active Leadership

LONDON, Dec. 17
(UP)
Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden returned today to the
House of Commons to take up
active leadership of the country.
hGnrflft Rnvnlnn
Ex-PRR Conductor,
Dies In California
George C. Boynton, retired
Panama Railroad conductor and
well known resident of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone for many years, died
last Thursday morning in Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Hill.'Cal where he and his
family have been making their
home. He was 66 years old.
News of his death was receiv received
ed received in the Canal Zone Monday
by a nephew, Capt. B. A. Dar Dar-den,
den, Dar-den, commander of the Balboa
Police District.
Mr. Boynton was a native of
Princeton, Ky. He came to the
Isthmus in 1929 and was em employed
ployed employed in December of that year
hj the Municipal Engineering
Division. He transferred to the
Panama Railroad two years later
and served continuously until
his retirement in October 1952.
Most of his service was as a con conductor
ductor conductor although he also served
about four years as motorman
and conductor on the Panama
Railroad motor car.
He is survived by his wife, Ma Maria;
ria; Maria; four daughters, Niza, Rena,
My ma, and Edna; and two sons,
George, Jr., a senior student at
San Jose College, and Rudl, all
or whom now live in the United
States. In addition to Darden,
he also has another nephew, in
the Canal Zone, Curtis B. Dar Darden,
den, Darden, who is employed in the
Customs Division.
The posters were shipped to hun hun-Hrpds
Hrpds hun-Hrpds nf cities throughout the na-'
tion, including numerous strong
holds of segregation sentiment in
the South.
A list nnhlished in Washington
did not, however, include Clinton,
Tenn., where racial tension over
the integration high school has
prnnteri intn violence more than
once, bringing an intensive federal
investigation and the arrest ot to
persons accused of trying to block
mixed classrooms.
Sanders said the Atlanta Post
Office operates about 240 trucks
and the posters would presumably
go up on each one.
He said "We havent had any anything
thing anything like this before" but he
pointed out that the Post Office
Department has been integrated
for a number of years.
In Baton Rouge La., Postmaster
Alton L. Lea said he hopes "there
will be no kickbacks" but the
posters will go up on his trucks.
"It's a Post Office order and

tiE V, DAILY NcWtfAPH

American

country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Sow Down Evacuation
To Recover From Raids

He faced barbed questions on
ihe Suez adventure and a storm
of protest against gasoline ra rationing.
tioning. rationing. Party whips (disciplinarians)
worked throughout the weekend
to assure Eden of receiving a
rousing and "spontaneous" cheer
from the Conservative party to
mark his first appearance ip
Parliament since he took a
three-week rest cure in Jamaica.
One of his first questions in
commons was the barbed in inquiry
quiry inquiry from Laborite Emrys
Hughes ask ng him "what pro proposals
posals proposals he has to appoint an
official historian to write the
history of the armed conflict
with Egypt."
Other members of Parliament
asked 44 questions about gaso gasoline
line gasoline rationing which started to today
day today for three months as result
of blocking of the Suez canal
and halting of the flow of oil
from the Middle East.
Under the rationing scheme,
first since the end of World
War II, each Briton will be
limited to six gallons of gaso
line a month.
B,,r roHrmia- nnnnnriepd
ralLwaf
three weeks ago and the chief
criticism by Britons was at the
slowness of the United Nations
in getting the canal cleared
again.
But Britain was not amused.
Eden faced grumbling within
his own party and the possibili possibility
ty possibility of yet another rightwlng re revolt
volt revolt If clearance of the canal Is
not started Immediately. A new
group of rebels was forming to
the left, headed by Sir Edward
Boyle, a junior minister who
resigned In protest over Suez.
Eden and the government's
future was the big question, but
it was overshadowed by Britain's
economic difficulties. The econ-
that's what I go by. We follow
all department rules," Lea said.
He said the nosters were twine
distributed by President Eisen-
nower s committee on government
contracts which has as one of its
aims the elimination nf inh H.
crimination.
Postmaster George E. Wilson Jr.
at Charlotte, N. C, said he hadn't
received the panels but "we, of
course, will display them. We have
to do 'what the postmaster general
says, you know."
Fergus McRee, postmaster at
Richmond, Va.. reported receipt of
the posters and quoted an accom accompanying
panying accompanying letter as saying they "will
be displayed."
"We plan to carry out our in instructions,"
structions," instructions," McRee added. "I
don't tee how any postmaster can
bo otherwise."
Postmasters P. M Catchings at
Jackson, Miss., J. Roy Moncus,
Birmingham, Ala., and A. L.
Moreland at Memphis, Tenn.,
agreed.

FIYt CENTS

omy already has been so hard
hit Britain has been forced to
ask Canada and the United
States to pass up the interest
payments on Britain's huge
loans.
Eden met this morning with
his cabinet to discuss the situa situation
tion situation before appearing In parlia parliament
ment parliament and to. prepare for "a ma major
jor major debate Thursday on the eco economic
nomic economic effects of Suez. During
the weekend Eden consulted
with government leaders.
Illness Suspends
VA Service
For Cristobal
The semimonthly itinerant ser service
vice service rendered in Cristobal by the
Veterans Administration will be
temporarily suspended due to the
til wj i m TT J L
luiienit ui Ciuwaru i. narren, vet veterans
erans veterans Administration representa representative.
tive. representative. The Balboa VA Office located on
the second floor 01 the Ba"a Ser
I vice Center will remain open with
pen with
regular hours from Monday through
Friday.
LAST DAY! .75 .40
3:00 4:45 6:40 9:00 p.m.
MTMK UKI IT SMCC
"TH CAME MUTINY"!
THEHRACK
:8SmMski rail
. :i, i'i;:&:?stg;
STARRING
WMRPn-EOMONDOMN
I IHFMIBSHSMUim
1MI emiix....iriii m tmmm
ALSO:
6 TOM & JERRY
SHORTS!

ERNEST IMCKINE Mm mm
SNEMEt HOflTH m& tttm 20th
M cunomot

D't mS

Wt-m
JB
Ml

rift