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'let fte people know the truth and the country is $mfe' Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1956
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As British, French Quit Port Said .
Hails Egyptian Cops
PORT SAID, Dec. 18 (UP) More than 1000 Egypt Egypt-jan
jan Egypt-jan civilians staged an enthusiastic nationalist demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration today when a detachment of 350 Egyptian policemen
arrived in this trigger-happy city to help United Nations
forces keep order.
The demonstrators shouted, cheered and waved Egypt Egypt-fan
fan Egypt-fan flags- in a demonstration at the railroad station in the
Arab quarter, which is now under control of the U.N.
The 350 Egyptian policemen
were allowed Into Port Said by
Gen. Sir Hugh Stockwell, the
Anglo-French commander, to
help local authorities preserve
order during the final phases of
the allied withdrawal. Another
S50 will be allowed into the city
The policemen reached Port
Bald only a few hours after Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Maj. Gen. E. L. Burns,
Unless Egypt Returns Missing Officer
British'll Keep 200 Egyptians Held
PORT SAID, Dec. 18 (UP)-The
Anglo French occupation com commander
mander commander hinted today that his
forces may take some 200 Egyp Egyp-they
they Egyp-they evacuate Port Said unless
Egypt returns a kidnaped British
tian prisoners with them when
Gen. Sir Hugh Stockwell
mime the implied threat as a
tense calm returned to occupied
Port Said following a bloody week
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OI Ugnung oeiwecn onusa
ids and Eaypuan euerrnias.
ockwell sam 27 Egyptians were
nut the number of dead and
wounded on both sides at 100.
Seek Smith Officer
The allied commander said Port
Said's Egyptian governor, Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Riad, informed him
missing 2nd Lt. A. G. Moorhouse
was taken to the Egyptian main mainland
land mainland after he was kidnaped by un underground
derground underground commandos last Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. DesDite a search that touched
off numerous attacks on British
troops, no trace has been found
of the missing officer.
Stockwell said he told the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian governor he wanted Moor Moorhouse
house Moorhouse returned if he is alive.
Asked if there was anything the
Top Soil due Feb.,
Owners, Order Now
Top soil for canal Zone gar gardens
dens gardens will be delivered again this
year during the dry season, it
has been announced by the
Housing and Grounds Division.
Amateur gardeners, who a a-bou't
bou't a-bou't this time of the year, be begin
gin begin to view with alarm thin
patches of soil appearing in
their carefully-kept yards, may
call the Housing and Grounds
Division and list their names
for a load of dirt any time after
Weather permitting, the top
oil will be lellvererf di"'n
the month of February. Spe Special
cial Special efforts will be made to
complete the list of requests,
it was announced.
Residents on the Pacific Side
ay place their orders by tele telephoning
phoning telephoning Blboa 2121. On the
Atlantic side, residents have
been asked to call Cristobal 2373.
This HounDoq Not
Crvin' AMa Time
RED BANK, N.J.. Dec. 18 (UP)
A gunman added Insult to in injury
jury injury when he robbed a dry
cleaning store of $250. police
aid the gunman fled in the pro proprietor's
prietor's proprietor's car with the store's
watchdog in the back seat.
snnnrs helpers sr
commander of thj6 U. N. force
supervising the withdrawal, ar arrived
rived arrived here with retired U. 8. Lt.
Gen. Raymond Wheeler, chief of
the U. N. salvage, forces set up to
clear the Suez Canal.
Burns and Wheeler started
discussions with the local Brit British
ish British and French commanders on
the future of the Anglo-French
salvage fleet now anchored In
Port Said harbor.
British could do if the officer were
not returned by time the last
Anglo French troops departed,
Stockwell replied: "Quite a lot."
He said the British hold 17
Egyptian army officers, 62 sol soldiers
diers soldiers and 150 civilians, of which
six are considered "better class."
This was taken as an indication
they may be Important under underground
ground underground leaders.
When askprt if Mia Rritieh umiU
me general replied, "I don't
Stockwell also praised the 1,800
Si phase of the Anglo French
withdrawalw ould be carried out
without interruption now that re-
maimng allied occupation trooos
have been pulled back behind
barbed wire barriers along the
Port Said dock area.
Stockwell also praised the 1.8000
Said from the allied forces. "They
have proven their worth immedi-
'Wen t Be Leng'
He said he could not disclose
the withdrawal date for last of
the 7,000 allied trjips still here,
but he added "It won't be long
Stockwell said his only objective,
was to "take away my troops as
intact as possible.
While the evacuation moved to
its close, new complications arose
on salvage work to clear the
blocked Sues Canal.
Informed sources in Paris said
Britain and France would move
their IS salvage ships from the
Port Said area unless they get a
public U. N. guarantee the ships
will be protected by U. N. troops.
Ain't Nobody Here,
Officer But Us
L'i! 01' Lawbujlers
Lawbreakers are no rare sleht
lin the U.S. District Court ln An-
But Elias Amaranto Vega, 25,
Panamanian, showed up at an
hour when there were no cases
set for trial.
Canal Zone police found Am
aranto on the second floor of the
courthouse at 11:30 p.m. yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He was carryina a rope and
This morning la Balboa Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court he was charged
Judge John E. Demino took his
case under advisement.
Ball was set at $25
Amaranto is understood wlburglar had torn up the chimney
have several aliases. top but fled when they arrived.
Tanya Awaits Santa Claus, Watches Her Television Avidly;
She's 2-112, But Has Seen More World Than Most Of Us
DETROIT, Dec. 18 (UP) Lit
tie Tanya, who has done more
traveling in her brief Vh years
than most persons do in a life lifetime,
time, lifetime, settled back happily in her
new nome today to await the ar arrival
rival arrival of Christmas.
Tanya, the daughter of Mrs.
Elena Dieczok, returned home
with her mother lat vcsterdiv
and spent her first evening avid-
iy loonng at television. r
For Tanya, the trip to Detroit
Hurt at David
US Air Force chanlain Mat
Voight M. Sink suffered nm
cracked ribs when caught be between
tween between a truck and a plane while
unloading toys at David today.
Sink had flown to David on
"Operation Christmas," an air airlift
lift airlift of 8000 lbs. of toys, candy,
food beds and cots from Albrook
Field to the orphanages of Da David.
vid. David. While opening the door of a
C-47 plane at Davrd airport,
Sink was crushed as a truck
backed up to unload the plane,'
rolled back and trapped the
chaplain against the aircraft.
He was taken to Jose nomin.
go de Obaldia Hospital, David,
where his condition was diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed as not grave.
Then he was returned to the
airport, and flown back to Al Albrook
brook Albrook in a C-54 that was taklna-
part in the toy lift.
With him from Jose Dominirn
de Obaldia Hospital came Dr.
Jose Alonso Jurado and nurses
Anarea de Ospino and Julie
Sink was taken to Gorgas
hospital. He is not expected to
be out of action for long
"Operation Christmas," an Al-brook-Davld
fixture for some
years, continued as planned.
With (Z Burglary
A second man was charged
yesterday in connection with the
ourgiary of Victor M. Solano's
wamooa quarters early last week.
Solano was rahharf nf oniA
belt buckle bearing hla name
and i.p. identification number.
e also last watches. cathn,
new sPecf is Wilfred
Ethelbert Brathwaite, 26, Pan Panamanian.
amanian. Panamanian. A former member of
the UJS. Army, he resides with
his parents in Rio Abajo. He
is charged with having robbed
Room 6, House 403 in Gamboa.
Ball was set for Brathwaite at
$500 and the hearing of his case
was continued until Thursday
morning in Balboa Magistrate's
Probable cause was found last
week for Brathwalte's alleged
accomplice, A r m a n d David
George, 21, Panamanian, also a
former member of the U.8.
Georcr was hnnnH
ln u-a District Court.
Expelled By Swiss
BERNE, Switzerland, Dec. 18 18-(UP)
(UP) 18-(UP) The Swiss government ex expelled
pelled expelled a Hungarian diplomat on
Monday for espionage, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
The diplomat, whose name was
not released, was ordered expell expelled
ed expelled immediately when he returned
to Switzerland after several
Federal prosecutor Rene Dubois
said the diplomat haH been a for former
mer former member of the Hungarian le legation
gation legation in Berne. His alledged es espionage
pionage espionage was discovered shortly
after he left Switzerland in Sep September,
tember, September, Dubois said.
Santa's Close Call
V.ST POINT, Miss., Dec. 18 -O)
When Katie May Edwards
cr ed police to say someone was
trying to climb down her chimney
the desk sergeant said "It's only
Santa (Tans," thinking the call a
"Well, I've got a gun and he's
going to be dead if he comes
down," the woman said. Police
went to the house and found a
LtJ Liirr mil
was a long, roundabout one.
The girl was spirited to Lon London
don London from Philadelphia by her
father, Alexis Shwastov, about
two months ago. The father took
Tanya to New York where they
boarded a Russian vessel which
took them to London. Chwastov
wanted to return to his native
land and hp wanted to take Tan-
ya with him
Rirl and her father were
ready to leave England for Rus
To Be Sacked
The Christmas rush in the
Canal Zone post offices Is
showing no signs of slacking
off this week. A total of 3,102
sacks of mail are expected to
arrive today and tomorrow
from New York and New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, Postal officials an announced.
nounced. announced. Mail shipments from New
York will arrive today on the
Grace Liner Santa Olivia and
tomorrow on the Panama liner
Ancon. The Grace liner will
bring in 1,116 sacks and the An Ancon
con Ancon 296 sacks.
Another big shipment of 1,690
sacks of mail is due tomorrow
from New Orleans on the SS Cl Cl-bao
bao Cl-bao of the United Fruit compa company.
ny. company. In order to take care of the
annual holiday rush, mail will
be worked in all Canal Zone
post offices all day Monday, Dec.
24. Post office windows, however,
will be open only until noon on
that day for the sale of stamps
and the delivery of mail.
Canal Zone residents are a a-gam
gam a-gam being reminded by postal
officials to take delivery of pack packages
ages packages as soon as they receive the
notice of arrival.
Brazil To Lei US
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 1
(UP) Brazil has agreed to let
the United States bulla a guided
missile tracking station on Fer
nando de Noronha island m tne
south Atlantic, it was reported
The Brazilian government was
exnected to make a formal an
nouncement today, although
terms of the agreement still
must be ratified by Washington.
- The rocky island 150 miles off
the northeast coast of Brazil
served as a defense outpost dur during
ing during World War II. Under the
new program, it will become the
southernmost point ln the chain
of guided missile observation
stations beginning to the nortn
at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.,
and extending thousands of
miles through the Caribbean.
U.S. negotiations with Brazil
began more than a year ago. Al
though Brazilian President jus-
cellno Kubltscnex iavorea uie
program as a major step in de
fense of tne western nemispnerc,
mutual agreement was delayed
by strong objections by Brazil Brazilian
ian Brazilian Nationalist elements and
A reckless driver and a speed
er were unea toaay in muuua
Clarence AtneiDen raw, oo,
Panamanian, paid $15 after hav having
ing having driven a truck recklessly on
Carlos Hernandez Castillo, 56,
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
driving 35 mph in a 25-mile
TOLEDO, Ohio, Dec. 18 (UP)
Police raced to the scene when
a 14-foot mechanical Saiua Claus
began to cry for help. Inside,
they found a Toledo University
student who had been locked in
sia but were stopped by the Brit British
ish British courts at the pleas of Mrs.
Dieczok who went to England
herself to fight for the custody
of Tanya. The legal battle ended
last week and the girl was turn turned
ed turned over to her mother.
Mrs. Dieczok. 24, lived with
Chwastov in Philadelphia
where she gave birth to Tan Tan-lia.
lia. Tan-lia. She came to Detroit to
marry George Dieczok, 29, by
of Forces, I nto PX
IKE AND MAMIE'S CHRISTMAS CARD This Is a copy of
the Christmas card which the President and Mrs. Eisenhower
will send to Congressmen, Cabinet members and other VIPs.
Xmas Legend of Fir Tree is Born:
Canadian Boy Will Celebrate, Too
A little Canadian boy who
tied a note to the branch of a
Or tree in New Brunswick, Can
ada, asking tor a toy ipr uiiiua-
mas win get mucn more
he had hoped for by the time
Christmas Day roiis arvuuu.
tw note written by Lucien
Losier was found yesterday in a
Christmas tree bougra ny mb.
nnro r.tmldez at a Panama City
store, as she prepared to put up
the tree in her home in tne wu wu-raf
raf wu-raf lores development just off
the Trans-ls-tnmian mgnway
Th nntp read!
'Dear friend, I am a poor lit
tle boy of 11 years old and l
irlad to have a
toy for Christmas. My address is-
Lucien Losier, uracauic, xt
Canada, Box 284."
Mrs. Giraldet, who is em employed
ployed employed by the Engineer Supply
Division, took the note to work
with her this morning and
showed It to her fellow em employes,
ployes, employes, who Immediately start started
ed started a collection to buy, not one,
but as many toys as possible
for the 1'ttle boy.
Mrs. Giraldez and her co-
Was To Be Diana
DORCHESTER, England, Dec.
1 mv The Rev. Edward
Brooks, vicar of St. George's An
glican Church, admiitea uray
made a mistake publishing a pin pinup
up pinup picture of Marilyn Monroe m
his parish magazine.
It should have Deen a pin-up m
bosomy British actress Diana
Dors, he said.
Brooks said he wanted a snap
py photo to illustrate a line in an
article wmcn saia -uocinne can cannot
not cannot be dull because it affects ev ev-erybody...the
erybody...the ev-erybody...the pin-up girl as well
as the parson." t
Sarchmo Puts Chill
On Rock V Roll
LONDON, Dec. 18 (UP)-Louis
"S a t c h m o' Armstrong arrived
from New York yesterday and put
the chill on rock 'n roll music.
'It's only cold soup warmed
up. the jazz musician sam.
Armstrong, who will play at a
concert today to raise money
for Hungarian relief said rock 'n
roll is a revival of a "form of
music played in American
churches many years ago."
whom she had had a son in a
refugee camp in Germany in
1950 and left Tanya with
Chwastov. She said Chwastov
had promised to give her the
girl if he ever decided to re-
turn to his native land,
Mrs. Dieczok, whose maiden
name is Romanov, said she and
her husband planned to adopt
the girl "and then she will be
workers are not sure how they
are going to ge,t the toys to Lu Lucien
cien Lucien by Christmas, but they are
going ahead with the drive with
fiie hope that they will be able
to send the toys by air frejfnV
1 id- p
Man Says Association
Hired Him Into South
NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UP)-The
National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People to today
day today denied it sent a Negro ex-
convict into the South to flaunt
William C. Earle, 31, arrested
Sunday on an auto theft charge
near Columbia, S.C., told news newsmen
men newsmen he was hired by the NAACP
to encourage Negroes to oppose
soutn Carolina's segregation laws.
He said he was an NAACP field
representative and was told to
take front seats on buses and to
eat in white restaurants.
Thurgood Marshall, chief legal
ounsel for the NAACP, flatly de denied
nied denied the charge.
"We do not and never had any anyone
one anyone on our staff bv the name of
William C. Earle." he said.
Marshall said the president of
the South Carolina branch of the
NAACP termed Earle's entire
Esrle told his story to newsmen
who were summoned at his re request
quest request to his jail cell.
Police said he previously served
two terms in the South Carolina
penitentiary for auto theft. He
was to be arraigned today on the
auto theft charges.
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GUARDHOUSE DEMOLISHED Rebecca Siefs surveys the
wreckage of an Israeli guardhouse located in her orange in
Tel Aviv after a bomb-throwing attack allegedly caused by
raiders from Jordan. Israeli officials reported one of their
border guards was killed in the attack.
GIs May Retain
Retired American military officers and enlisted per personnel
sonnel personnel may retain post exchange and sales store privileges
regardless of their place of residence on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, it was reported today.
When asked to clarify what the purchase status of
retired military personnel living in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama will be after Dec. 31, a spokesman for the tri-services
Caribbean Command at Quarry Heights said he had no
comment to make.
From another source it was learned that long-standing
Army regulations permit the issuance of post exchange
and sales store cards to retired officers and GIs at all
Army installations throughout the continental United
States and overseas.
Such cards permit the retir
ed officer or enlisted man or
woman to purchase articles for
their own use and the use of
their dependents. Abuse of the
privilege may result in its re revocation,
vocation, revocation, The purchasing status ef re
tired soldiers, sailors and air airmen
men airmen has been the subject of
considerable speculation In re recent'
cent' recent' weeks In connection with
the withdrawal of Canal Zone
commissary privileges from other
groups of active or retired em employes
ployes employes or members of the arm armed
ed armed services who live In Panama.
Since the Canal commissaries
are operated by the Panama
Canal Company, a federal cor corporation,
poration, corporation, they are not affected
Turning his automobile to the
left at the wrong intersection
cost Royce Ray Baugh, 24, an
American soldier, $25 when his
case was heard yesterday ln Bal-
ooa Magistrate's Court.
Imposition of sentence was
suepended for two bus drivers.
Rufus Alexander Graves ,35,
Panamanian, had parked his bus
at a point other than a bus ter terminal.
minal. terminal. Stephen Augustus Car Car-rlngton,
rlngton, Car-rlngton, 38, Panamanian, had
parked his bns on a highway.
The sentencing of Cleveland
Alfonso Gooding, 19, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was also suspended after
ne was found asleep under house
915 in La Boca. He was found
guilty of loitering.
by the military regulations re regarding
garding regarding privileges.
Heretofore retired soldiers,
sailors and airmen have enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed Canal commissary privileges
at the request of the military
authorities, but it is understood
this will not be continued.
Jim Ridge Reeled
Panama Golf Club
President For '57
James G. Ridge of Panama
was elected president of the
Panama Golf Club at the last
meeting of the board of direc directors.
tors. directors. Ridge Is the local represents
tlves of the Gibraltar Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Company and is well
known locally, being a resident
of the isthmus for a great num number
ber number of years. He succeeds Luis
Chandeck In this capacity.
Other officers elected Include
George Boyd, who will serve as
vice president; Roberto Torres
as secretary and John Westman
as treasurer. Westman has been
Treasurer of the Panama Golf
Club for many years and once
again succeeds himself ln this
Boyd and Torres have served
in the past as members of the
The new officers and Board
members are planning many
Improvements for the club be beside
side beside a very active social calen calendar.
dar. calendar. Their first big job will be
the Panama Open annual tour tournament
nament tournament which Is scheduled for
Jan. 18 through Jan. 13.
Clare Booth Luce
To Be Santa Claus
For Italian Kids
ROME, Dec. 18 (TJP U.S.
Ambassador to Italy Clare
Boothe Luce will play Santa
Claus to several hundred or orphans
phans orphans of the San Giusep In
stitute on Christmas Daf
She will distribute presents
for children ranging in age
from three to 18Xn behalf of
the U S. government which aids
in supporting the institution
through ly's school lunch
Mrs. Luce is scheduled to re return
turn return to the U S. on Dec. 27 or
Owner Fined $10
Permitting an unlicensed per
son to drive nis car on oarin
Road resulted in a S10 fine to
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
for Rolando Miguel Hurtado. 32,
The unlicensed driver, Sergw
Olivares, 27, Mexican, caused an
accident. He failed to appear to
answer a charse of driving; with
out a license. His ball was for
Another driver Edward Sam
uel Taylor. 32. an American sol,
dier, was fined $10 for failure tf
report an accident.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 195t
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ORCHIDS FOR GORGAS
God's love working through men! I wish to thank and compli compliment
ment compliment the Doctors Arosemena and Stewart and another doctor whose
ame I do not remember, and their staif of nurses who so ably
ind courteously attended me while I was a patient in Ward 14 of
iGorgas hospital two weeks ago. They are efficient in their profes professions,
sions, professions, and are also fine people, God bless them.
T Ivans W. Herbert
IREMENT IN PANAMA
5 Every country in this world has problems and big troubles. Pa Panama
nama Panama is not the only one. ..
v To spend one-third of your pension in the Canal Zone privileg privileges
es privileges will not ruin the government or the merchants of Panama.
Mybe I'm wrong. But in the treaty it mentioned non-citizens
f the U.S. Still there Is a mis-interpretation. There are only a few
jretired employes in the Republic.
f I thought there were very good relations between the U.S. and
Manama. It seems that drastic revenge is taken towards the u..
retirees. I was planning, like many others, to retire in the future to
itay down here- where I love this country, their peoples, where
3 came to live from my youth. But now that I can not cross the
boundary to meet my friends, or spend one-third of my pension in
my own government stores, when I could spend the rest in rana rana-ta
ta rana-ta in rent, gas, hospitals, etc., I'm not sure.
I have changed plans. No land. No house. The government of
Panama can't stop all of the foreign diplomats now residing in the
"Republic from buying articles from their own countries. Customs
ver interferes with diplomatic affairs.
I know for sure that the poor people of Panama will nevsr
-forget the Americans in the Canal Zone, especially now around
Xhxistm as time. .
T Also some of the wealthy famiUes of today will never forget
'that in the Canal Zone have supported their private concerns, whose
children came to the Zone to study with our children and now are
itt the present government of Panama.
Justice for All
HOUSING AND COMMISSARIES
This directed to Governor Potter and the officials who make make-the
the make-the rules and operate the Canal Zone. I am not speaking for my myself
self myself alone, but for a lot of people in the Zone.
First have the officials ever considered the rules and regula regulations
tions regulations which have never been changed for the assignments of quart quarters?
ers? quarters? They consider the Old Timers with the service first. There
art a number of couples who do not hve children or whose children
do not live at home, who have two and three bedroom houses. We
appreciate what these people have done for the Zone and that they
have spent years of their life here. But we do not feel it is fair to
newcomers with families to have to live in batchelor quarters with
The number of families that must live in these places is ridicul ridiculous.
ous. ridiculous. Most of us ars willing to pay the price for a better place but
do not have the service to obtain same.
Also I would like to ask who ever heard of a rule a boy and girl
must both be 12 years to age before they can get separate bedrooms.
Nowadays I would like to see you keep two children of opposite
sex in the same bedroom. That is certainly no way to raise chil children
dren children in this day and age. That is one of your old time rules.
Also if the newcomers were considered a little for housing and
other things, the turnover in personnel woulan't be so great. Right
now it costs the Canal Zone Government thousands of dollars.
Now let's discuss the Commissary, which has been discussed
many times, but nothing seems to be done about the problems. The
prices on food are outrageous. Every time you go in the Commy
some items have gone up in price. If the good prices keep going up
we will all have to eat native food beans and rice which has
also gone up in price, or start a relief line for food. The service in
the Commy is terrible. I stood for 20 minutes this past week at one
counter which was lined with people, while two girls sat checking
merchandise and only one girl to wait on thep eople. It does seem,
specially at the rush season, this checking could be done at an another
other another time and the customers taken care of first.
Also I have ask in the men's section at different times for oth other
er other sizes of merchandise which were not out. I was informed they
had same and to wait, they would get them. I am still waiting.
And the selection of dresses most of them look like they were
brought here by Columbus. And the shoe styles and prices are ter terrible.
rible. terrible. We aU thought when the new section was made for the shoes,
you would stock a larger variety and styles. We havent seen that
This could go on, but I am afraid we would run out of space.
All we want to know is what is going to be done about these situations.
Just a Housewife trying to get al
SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE
TO Damn Tired (But Not Mad) Panamefto:
In your Dec. 11 replies to various letters In the Mail Box,
your comment on Old Timer's views included "not that the
Canal authorities approved of the measure."
I disagree with you. The powers-that-be on the hill could
have helped us if they so desired. Did they oh, no. At the
meeting with Gov. Potter (were you there?) we were told that
hla hands were tied, and that nothing could be done about It.
You are right about us spending SMI a month in Panama.
I have for mf.ny years been buying my clothes, shoes, etc., in
Panama where they were cheaper than "Robblssary" prices, and
lust as good.
I have no congressman, no money, no commlsstfy privileges
(as of Dec. 3D In fact, no nothing. I spend more in Panama
than in the Canal Zone.
In the winter of 1917 in France I was detailed to secure
supplies for our outfit. We went to Paris to the Red Cross
headquarters, a big nice office. I was asked, "Where are your
headquarters?" My answer was, "The front." I was told, "We
cannot sell you anything." All I wanted to buy was milk, cigar cigarettes,
ettes, cigarettes, etc. The answer was still no.
On our way back from Paris we stopped at a village where
the Salvation Army were serving hot coffee and doughnuts near
the front lines for free. Before me reached there we had paid
10 cents to the Red Cross for a cup of coffee.
When we left this village, we had supplies for our outfit.
A few hours later we entered another village which had been
almost destroyed. Out truck gave out, frozen, and so were we.
The three of us left our truck and' started walking. We ran
into an MP (time midnight). He took us to the Salvation
Army shack, what was left of it.
vi P1 g6t out of bed- Prepared us a hot meal, gave us
blankets and cots. In the morning, more food. We asked how
much we owed. The answer: "Nothing. We were glad to help
you. They did not know till we got our truck moving, and
tney removed their tablecloth, of the many francs there.
No Mors Commissar- Privileges
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By VICTOR RIESEL
America's Communists are sim simply
ply simply annoyed with those stubborn
Hungarian worsers whu insist on
creating traffic jams by piling up
their bodies in Budapest streets. It
gets so the Soviet tanks can't make
more than a traffic light or two
It's all very embarrassing and
the American Politburo is busy
trying to wash Hungarian blood
from its Communist program and
politics. But the stulf just won't
wash out and this meant the Com Communists
munists Communists will have to camouflage
themselves once again.
First the Communist Party will
avsn erase ths words "Marxism "Marxism-Leninism"
Leninism" "Marxism-Leninism" from ths preamble ts
ths Party constitution. When
torn naivs Communists hoard
this and asked how you can run
a Communist movement and be
a Marxist without this- phrase,
thsy wsrs told not ts be idiots.
Karl Marx himself, thsy wsrs
advised, ones was faced by some
young fsllowwsrs whs were asked
to camouflage ihslr sctivity.
And Marx crisd out that when
it's expedient, "I am not a
The Communist Party will ac actually
tually actually stop acting as a regular po
liticai party and become a politic political
al political action association under some
new Twentieth Century American
phrase which will sound as paa
triotic as Yankee Doodle and be as
hollow as a wind tunnel. This
change will be made at the 16th
Pnmmnnict Part.v natinal nnnvpr
tion in New York, Feb. 11 throug t
This will by no means take them
out of politics. It will get them
deeper into politics Republican
and Democratic. Tipoff came, for
example, when the Communists
New York legislative represents
tive, Si Gerson, registered as a
Democrat in the last election. The
irritated Democrats are now a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting official publication of the
registration lists so they can go
into the courts to throw him off
The new Communist political as association
sociation association will simply throw its;
weight around, offering money
and manpower to candidates of'
other parties. Before you shout out!
that no one will take this support,!
lot me report that these are bright
rwys, me comrades. They know it.
They'll first try to capture or in infiltrate
filtrate infiltrate civic, political, cultural
and labor organizations. Then with
these as fronts, the Commies will
offer support so that no candidate
need be embarrassed by taking
long green from the Reds. This
happened in many Congressional
campaigns last selection.
"Slnst thsy have only 10,000 ac active,
tive, active, disciplined members, ths
Party has had ts rttirt some of
Its previous lines, at thsy ssy in
ths garment industry. Ths Par Party
ty Party hat shut down its schools, its
labor publications and its sing singing
ing singing societies. H Is out looking
tor now chowdsrhsadt who will
enough to join its now
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Aussies Like Immigrants
The admission of aliens, espe especially
cially especially involuntary refugees from
battered countries, is forever a
I am not thinking now so much
about the stepped-up admission of
Hungarians to America as about
the experiment conducted over the
last half-dozen years by the Au Australians.
stralians. Australians. Well past its millionth
Bv BOB RUARK
recognize from ths Australia of
two years before or three years
At the end ol the war Australia
was a stultified country, living in
the British 19th Century. It has
jumped forward in the last 10
years to where it resembles Cana
da and America more than a colo-
admission, Australia has proved ny so dreadfully far behind in the
that you can't have too much new fields of invention, of business
blood in a country. 1 modernization, of skills and crafts.
I made two trips on Immigrant
ships to Australia and the passeng passenger
er passenger list listed about 19 differing
Dassoorts. plus some stateless peo
ple. There have been problems, of sy to come by
coursei but Australia nas oeen Da-
sicauy well sausnea witn its new
Statistically, crime has been less
among the newcomers than among
the old-timers. Sociality and eco
nomically as well scientifically, the
new Aussie has proved himself to
be as valuallc as was the new A A-merican.
merican. A-merican. Even hidebound opponents of
wholesale Immigration are forc forced
ed forced to admit that the influx of
strangers has aldsd businsss,
food, clothing, commerce, sci science,
ence, science, art and social progress. I
do not have ths statistics at hand.
but I was in Australia a year ago
The new Aussie has helped to
make a brave new world of old
Australia. I do not mean that house
help or baby-sitters are more ea
I mean that the skilled scien
tists and engineers have man;
to forge ahead In the, nation's c
nomy, free, as it were, to breauie
a free air once again.
Huge building projects such as
the Snowy River elecUjc.. power
scheme have been implemented' by
the manpower of the newcomers..
Everything from hotels to hot-dog
stands have shot up.
A man now can buy a decently
cut suit or a non-poisonous meal
in Sydney or Melbourne, and the
gardener you hire might even be
a European surgeon making a liv living
ing living with his hand while qualyi
fying himself for radical practice
this month and found it hard ts under new house rules.
Nor do they seem to mind a bit
of apprenticeship to a new life in
the timber countries In the North
you -..ill find doctors working cheer
fully as mill hands or in the cities
as medical assistants in hospitals
although their actual qualifications
might outweigh those of the surge
on whom they assist. There is a
cheerfulness about Australia's new
comers we might do well to consld
ty DIIW MAMOM
WASHINGTON A great deal
of backstage diplomatic jockey jockeying
ing jockeying too place befort the United
States finally agreed to furnish
oil to our long-time allies, Brit
ain and France.
The exterit of this jockeying
is important as an indication of
how far the State Department
has drifted away from Western
Europe and how enraptured it
has become of Its new-found
friends in the Asian-African
It took hot warnings by U.S.
Ambassador Douglas Dillon in
France, by General Gruenther,
former head of NATO, plus a table-pounding
session with Sen.
Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota
to log the State Department out
of Its oil boycott of western Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The Humphrey session was es especially
pecially especially significant. The Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota Democrat is now serving as
a member of the American del delegation
egation delegation to the United Nations In
New York. He came to Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, asked to see acting secre secretary
tary secretary Herbert Hoover Jr., but was
Hoover, a former executive of
Union. Oil, closely affiliated with
Gulf Oil which gets most of its
product from the Near East, has
leaned heavily toward the Arab
In the old days, a U.S. Sena Senator
tor Senator could always see the Presi President
dent President of the United States, to say
nothing of the Secretary of
But Humphrey was noft even
able to see the Undersecretary
of state. Instead he saw deputy
Undersecretary Robert Murphy,
Robert Hill, assistant secretary
for congressional Relations, and
Francis Wilcox, assistant secre secretary
tary secretary for International Organ!
They listened as the Minneso Minnesota
ta Minnesota Senator warned that the
State Department's oil boycott
or England and France was
splitting NATO and the defense
of Europe rignt down the mid middle.
dle. middle. "We put too much Into the
NATO alliance," Humphrey
warned, "to behave like miffed
er when we attempt to clamp dowi. children .award our old allies."
.The State Department offi
cials argued that the United
States had made so many new
friends among the Arab coun countries
tries countries that they didn't want to
antagonize them by selling oil
to England and France.
too much on the refugees from
I was heartily amused at the
ukase issusd by Archibalo Rooss
volt, son of Tsddy, who wants
a stricture on immigration ts
Amsrics so that ths U.S. may not
be mads a polygot boarding
house for refugees. You could
call Roosevelt a star boarder,
perhaps, in this boarding house,
but Dutch hs it, at was Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Roosevelt.
A mistake that Australia made
which we mightn't necessarily
make is not to give the newcom newcomers
ers newcomers a chance to employ all their
skills. Qualified scientists might be
allowed to practice science, farm farmers
ers farmers might be employed on farms.
There is no real reason for them
all to cluster in already overcrowd overcrowded
ed overcrowded cities.
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"Yes," replied Humphrey, "but
your new friends will Judge you
oy ine way you treat your old
friends, if we push our old
friends, the French and British
around lust because they made
a mistake and now admit It,
what makes you think our new
friends arent goffig to judge us
In the end, Senator Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey threatened to resien from
the American delegation to the
UN if oil was not sent to Eng England
land England and France.
Other factors influenced the
situation, such as the British
promise to the State Department
mat tney would announce with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal from Suez, bt't the fur furnishing
nishing furnishing of oil on credit was an announced
nounced announced four days lalter.
A tip to Joe De Silva of the
-re wn cierKs in Los Angeles:
waterfront goons are out to do
to von what was none to wnrrv
Bridges near San Francisco or
w victor Riesei in New York.
Look out. . .Scott McLeod, Joe
McCarthy's old nnl nn In thp
State Department is the man
wno nas put blocks in front of
Hungarian refugees' entry into
me unitea acates. At first Mc McLeod
Leod McLeod was for admitting refugees
but now he's fearful there mirrht
be a Communist in the lot
There are now 100,000 refugees
in Vienna sleeping in tents, on
the floor or In ithe open as their
reward for battling Communism
....Georgia Republicans have
been feuding over the soil-bank
program. When GOP National
Committeeman Robert. Snod-
?rass criticized the soil bank in
Georgia it so infuriated GOP
Chairman Bill Shartaer that hi
demanded Snodgrass be fired. .
sn T.vndon Johnson of Texas.
the Democrat leader, has cabled
all Dems traveling abroad to get
home by Jan. 1. Otherwise a loss
nf nn vote could unset the Dem
ocratic margin in the Senate
and of course lose Lynaon nls
Before Vice President Nixon
made his recent speech pledging
aid to Western Europe, newsmen
were called in for a so-called
This means they were told for
background" that the Nixon
ipeech was to be a great speech,
another wav of advisine that it
be given headlines.
Tnere nave been two impor
tant- a t termt.hu of the Ntonn
speech. Upon them will depend
whether it lives up to the ad advance
vance advance "background5' billing.
Aftermath No. 1 Secretary
of the Treasury George Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey said there would be no
aid for Western Europe other
than through the Export-Import
Bank and the International
This was In direct contradic
tion to Nixon, and on financial
matters George H u m p h r ey
usually knows what he's talking
Furthermore, the confidential
budget figures, which already
are made up, bear Humphrey
foreign aid, which is less than
They call for $4,200,000,000 of
the $4,700,000,000 requested last
year, and more than the $3,900, $3,900,-000
000 $3,900,-000 which Congress voted last
Tti the present budget no mon money
ey money is included for France or
England. The average annual
expenditure on foreign aid dur
ing the Truman years from 1948
to 1952 was $6,400,000,000.
Aftermath No. t Is specula
tion as to whether young Mr.
Nixon can change his political
spats. All during the Suez crisis
he was the champion of the Afro Afro-Asian
Asian Afro-Asian bloc. Now he's for France
and England. jfc
During most of his Senate ca career
reer career he was opposed to foreign
am ana votea with the isolation isolationists.
ists. isolationists. Latterly he has been Wl
Young Mr. tflxon may be able
to put increased foreign fid a a-cross
cross a-cross with his isolationist col colleagues
leagues colleagues in the Senate. But to do
so he'll haye to convince them
un several mings, including tne
question of whether a political
leopard can change his spots.
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TUT. PANAMA AMWICAU At MDEMNDBNT DAflT HlWSPWPtl
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The
Laugh Parade: A telefilm pro producer
ducer producer making films on a shoe shoestring
string shoestring telephoned Central Casting
tbe other day and said he wanted
an Indian for a bit role at the
cheapest salary possible.
"And if India rs are too expen expensive,"
sive," expensive," he said, "I'll take a half half-breed."
breed." half-breed." When Samuel Goldwyn's Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian discovery, Sigrid G u r i e,
was exposed as a born-in-Brooklyrf
doll. Sam's comment was a clas classic
sic classic still repeated in Hollywood
today. Said the producer:
"I don't care what part of
America my stars are born in as
long as they are foreigners."
.Hollywood acting note:
A story is going about, probably
slanderously, that a certain ac actress
tress actress has to have her feet
tickled so that she can "smile
' through her tears" while inhaling
a slice of onion clutched inside her
First movie fan: "Let's go to
the Bijou tonight. The movie is
about a mother who leaves her
husband and later on raises her
daughter but her daughter
doesn t know she is her mother
Second movie fan: "But we
saw a plot like that just last
First m.f.: "I know, but this one
is in technicolor.
Talking about an actor who ah
. ways muffs his lines, Red Skelten
"He's the eighth dwarf
Talking about a certain acJ;or,
Sheree North said: "He thinks
appreciation is something he
every time he sees himself on the
At a tit.W.ll00sfina -'
- -aev"bllB twiuci dice
for a new film with a Warrin-China
uacAgruuna, someone suggested-
"All the TNT in China."
Jean BlonH.ll mnA h.. -i.t.
Gloria, who are look alikes, were
moping in a Hollywood depart department
ment department Store A tnnrict innlJ fU
wm. .0V dyVVkCU LIIC1H
and said to a friend: "Is that Joan
..u'Tu5'" epIM the friend,
"both of them,"
J 0Wi re-making the rounds:
'Hollywood is a place where a
tirl may. quarrel with her hus husband
band husband and an hum, I.
only to find that her mother has
gene heme to her mother."
someone asked a prolucerj
why he was standing outside the
theater while his latest film was
being previewed. "I'm afraid to
go in," he said. '"The last time I
went in, I got twice as tn a n y
hisses as the villain in the picture."
Maxie Rosenbloom, Joe Frisco
and some friends were eating in
a Chinese restaurant the other
night. When the waiter placed a
plate of rice cakes on the table,
Frisco turned to one of the diners
"Please pass me one of Maxie
Darryl Zanuck's recent trip to
Europe reminds me 01 a ainerem
one he made in 1938. It was his
vaction a polo-playing vacation
and he took 22 polo ponies with
him. Which cued a fellow named named-Manny
Manny named-Manny Manheim to say:
"I understand all the horses in
Hollywood are sore because they
couldn't make the trip to Europe
Victor McLaglen's favorite de description
scription description of himself:
"The bsrroom floor on the
A declining motion pktire
tar was trying to justify his loss
of popularity. "Look," he said
to a studio boss. "A lotta people
who wanna write me fan letters
have just never learned to write."
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PIE FACE Gary Bamberg, 19, captain of the winning fresh freshman
man freshman pie-eating contest team at the University of California in
Los Angeles, enjoys a victor's privilege. He'sgiving the works
to Lew Weitzman, 19. president of the UCLA sophomore class.
Discussing a Hollywood agent,
Charles Bickford said:
"He always puts his cards on
the table face down."
La Boca Civic
The newly elected officers of
the La Boca Civic Council will be
installed Thursday night at 7:30
in the La Boca study hall.
Albert E; Osborne, supervisor
of instruction, Latin American
Elementary Schools will be the
master of ceremonies and Judge
Guithrie F. Crowe will be the In Installing
stalling Installing master.
The Fine Arts choral group
under the direction of Maurice
E. Heywood will be featured on
a short program now in the fi final
nal final stagesgpreparatton.
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o'clock under the direction of music master Victor A. Herr. The concert will follow a preludeof Christmas carols by Troubadour Singers, Troubador Band
and the Orchestra at 7.30. More than 250 musicians will take part In this concert. Among the organizations, which will be featured tonight, is the Balboa
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TEA FOR LADIES OF DIPLOMATIC CORPS WILL
BE GIVEN BY. WIFE OF VENEZUELAN AMBASSADOR
Mrs. Aleaia de Chaubaad Cardona, wife of the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador of Venezuela will be hostess at a tea to be given for
the ladies of the Diplomatic Corps at the Venezuelan Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, Thursday at 4.30 p.m.
At Ft. Kobbe
Honors Gen. Harrold
Col. Frank D. Miller, com
manding officer of the 20th in infantry
fantry infantry together with Mrs. Mil Miller
ler Miller and the officers of the regi regiment
ment regiment and their ladies played
host Saturday evening to Ma.
Gn. Thomas L. Harrold com commanding
manding commanding general of USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB and Mrs. Harrold at a for.
mai Christmas ball held in the
Ft. Kobbe gymnasium.
The Twelve Days of Christ Christmas,"
mas," Christmas," perhaps the quaintest of
all carols, was the theme adopt adopted
ed adopted for the ball. A simple but
striking shadow box treatment
of silhouettes depicted figures
from the carol. From "the plain plaintive
tive plaintive turtle dove" to the graceful
"lo a-leaplng," each figure was
a conversation piece.
A beautiful Cnnstmas tree
trimmed in silver and blue dom dominated
inated dominated the center of the ball ballroom
room ballroom floor contrasting effective effectively
ly effectively with the gracious simplicity
of the archway that led to tha
On the floor itself guests danc danced
ed danced to the music of Lucho Azcar Azcar-raga
raga Azcar-raga and his combo.
The officers and ladles of the
1st Battalion sponsored the
SHUSHER The muzzle-like
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onstrator demonstrator in Vienna, Austria, is
not s gadget to restrain yak yak-yaklng
yaklng yak-yaklng women. It's a device to
stop snoring, invented by a
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"Faradole" from "L'Arlesienne
Suite No. 2" by Bizet.
The mixed chorus and Glee
Club will perform "Three Kings,"
a French carol, "The Christmas
Song" by Torme, "Behold That
Star" by Talley, "Lo, How A Rose
E'es Blooming" by Praetorious,
"And the Glory of The Lord" from
"The Messiah" by Handel.
The Symphonic Band will play
Handel's Overture to yThe Mes Messiah,"
siah," Messiah," "Sleepers, Awake" by Bach,
"March of the Little Tin Soldiers"
by Pierne and Sleigh Ride" by
decorations, and the. wonderful n. V" .u"
food were Mrs. De Blase, Mrs,, r :h": u." ri..
Joyce, Mrs. Clemmons, Mrs. Am- "!, TtTSLuHm "" ThT
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tet "Exultate, JubilatV Med Meditation"
itation" Meditation" from "Thais" by Masse Masse-ne
ne Masse-ne with Rafael Nash, violin coloist
and Leon Odenz, piano accompan accompanist,
ist, accompanist, "T'was the Night Before
Christmas" by Darby, "YuleUde
at Yorkshire," a medley, of Eng English
lish English carols and "Silent Night" by
Mr. and Mrs. Cupertino Miran Miranda
da Miranda gave a party at their home in
Bethania Saturday to celebrate the
engagement of their daugher Miss
Esher Miranda to Mr. Lester L.
Wiles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Wiles of Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Roland DectjreJ Back
From School In Paris, France
Roland Decatrel, son of the Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador of Haiti in Panama
Louis Decatrel and Mrs. Decatrel,
has returned home after complet completing
ing completing his studies in Paris, France.
Hold Christmas Party
Court Santa Maria. No. 447, Ca
tholic Daughters of America, held
its annual Christmas party last
night in St. Mary's Hall, Balboa.
About 40 members and their
guests attended and spent an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable evening exchanging gifts,
listening to Christmas music, and
playiag games. Refreshments were
The entertainment was
Fred P. Sill Bringing
Horn For Holidays
Student Fred P. Sill, now in his
senior ftar at Trinity CeHege, Hart
ford, Conn., is due home for a
Christmas vacation with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred de V. Sill
of Balboa Heights.
This will be his first visit home
in about 18 months, as he spent
his junior year in Spain, attending
the University of Madrid.
Fred's guest for the holidays will
be a fellow-student at Trinity, Pe
ter Wilson, whose home is in Clin
by Mrs. De Armas, Miss Grace
Lombana, Miss Melinda Marshall,
and Miss Patty Best. Hostesses
responsible for the delightful par party,
ty, party, the lovely center pieces and
Balboa High School Program
Hat Wide Range
The program for the Balboa High
School Christmas concert winch
will be performed tonight at the
'Balboa Theater ranges from an-
providdi cient to modern music, Victor A
Herr will conduct.
The Orchestra will begin with
Chorale-Fugue by Bach, followed
by "In Church" from "Album for
the Young" by Tschaikowsky and
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Social and Otli
Cristobal f mWw Club
U.U Cxi Taniaht
Cristobal Embfem Club No. 52
will hold Christmas social m
evening at the Elks' Home in Bm Bm-os
os Bm-os Height; Members are remind reminded
ed reminded to bring a smaE gift and one
for scto15est they msy bring.
Colon I.A.W.C. Glvo Christmas
Party free Orphan
An Eggnog Party war ffven by
il. rinn unit nf tha Tnter-Amer-
ican Women's Club at the Fort
Gulick Officers' Club rTiaay. me
Club Was decorated m an anrac
i.hi. mntif with fttten
tion focused on a beatiful fruit
cake made by Mrs. Joanne aaeye
On Sunday morning, the Club
gave a 'Christmas party for the
nf St Vicente de Paul.
Sixty girls were present and each
received, in adaiuon to Dreajui.,
a toy, fruit, cookies and candy. The
wMan fnmmittee is in charge of
th. annual affair. Mrs. LUlSa IX
..ri Mrs oiea Sanfitinoi were
co-chairmen. Members of the Wom
en's Club donated tne toys given
to the orphans..
Rosary Altar Society Will Hold
Annual Christmas Party
The Rosary Altar Society of tne
Caprnri Heart Chanel will hold its
annual Christmas party tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m. m tne bacreo rtean
Chapel hall at Ancon.
All members are asked to at attend.
tend. attend. Newcomers Hear Talks
An Mnnnarv. Sweden
The Newcomers met in the home
of Mrs. Alton Crowley, quarters
42-A, Fort Gulick. Mrs. W. G.
vni,na Mr assisted as hostess.
After a short business meeting
talks were given on the Christmas
ructntnc in various countries. Mrs.
J. H. Boyd spoke on Hungary and
Mrs. N. R. Fuller on Sweden. Mrs.
Luis Barrera of Colombia who
ahlp to attend sent in a
Christmas story which was read by
Mrs. W. H. Harris,
r.iftc uipro exchanged bv the
mamtwrc and Mrs. Jack Seibert
won the door prise, a beautiful
white embroiderer guest towei.
Momhorc nrpspnt were mesdams
lit ksxa. 0 a -
Thnmac s Diihe. Harold Jones.
John Hulka, Alton Crowiey, Bruno
Risen A. N. Guiltot r'. K. uooies,
W. H. Goggans, Fred S. Roth, W
a Vnnnir Jr. R. C. Wilson. W
H. Harrisi J. H. Boyd, Roy M
Barber, Jack Seibert, JN. K. f ui
W M M. Hart man. J. S. Tanner
Aida Miller, Ralph Dials, Harry
McGmnis, and C. w. Langaon.
Members leaving the newcom
era are: Mesdames Leroy W. Gil
bert, L. F. Gerspach and J. M
Baby Doll' Irks NY Archbishop,
He Urges Catholics to Miss It
DR. RICARDO MARCIAQ D.
NEW DOCTOR Dr. Ricardo
Marciacq D- (above) son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ricardo Marciacq of
Panama City, returns home
today after graduating from
the Central University of Ma Madrid,
drid, Madrid, Spain. Young Marciacq
is a graduate of the National
Institute. He received his
bachelor of arts degree from
Ripon College, Ripon, Wis.,
where he majored in biology
And psychology. He intends to
serve his internship here as
Acquired by law before going
into private practice.
'Pleasures Of Possession'
Caikia.- nf Talk
Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
held its December meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening in the sorority room
nf the Curundu Clubhouse with
secretarv. Elaine Payne presiding
if urai rpnnrt.pd Maraeem Bran
ham nresident. was recovering
from sureerv in the Panama Hos-
mtal. Plans were compietea tor
nur hnliHav nartv nee. SI.
Following the business meeting
Mm nrneram 'Pleasures of pos
session' was given oy margarei
Members nresent were rreiaa
Allen, Betty Boyer, Margaret
Capps, Evelyn Danley, tleanor
Holmberg, Ann Maloney, Elaine
Pavnp Pauline Zon. Kutn Hoke.
Evelyn Horn, and Francine Ken
Refreshments were served bv co-
hostesses Freida Allen and Pauline
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NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (UP) --Francis
Cardinal Spellman, arch archbishop
bishop archbishop of New York, made an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented attack on a motion
picture from the pulpit of St. Pat Pat-trick's
trick's Pat-trick's Cathedral yesterday He
branded "Baby. Doll" an "evil"
and "immoral"? movie and for forbade
bade forbade Catholics M see it "under
pain of sin." J
The movie, scheduled to have
its world premier hare today,
nrnvntt-pi tnp inn ranKine i ..v no-
man Catholic prelate into making
his first speecn from tne puipit in
nearly eight years, rne last sucn
statement was an attack in Feb
ruary 1949, on the Communists for-
jailing Hungarian Joseph Cardinal
SnVllman t.hrpw hie ennnnrf hp.
hind the Catholic Legion of De Decency
cency Decency which condemned the Ten
nessee Williams story as "morally
rpnpilpnt." and "tmpvnnslv nffpn.
sive to Christian ... standards of
A snnkexman fnr Kna Kaiin Hi.
rector of the movie, said he was
"absolutely certain" t.hp cardinal
had not seen the movie. A mem
ber of apeuman s staff said he did
not know whether the cardinal had
ppn it. anff rnn ri nnf find nur
Kazan said the Cardinal s state
ment uc an at.tpmnt "to dictate"
to the entire movie industry, not
just an attack: on one mm.
He denied here was anymng
in t.hp nicture and Mint
ed out there is only one kiss in
the entire two-hour film, rne kiss
comes one hour and 36 minutes
after the start of the movie, Ka
Pasted By Censor
"Baby Doll" has received the
seal of approval oi tne muwuu
Picture Assn. of America, the
tnnuip industry's self-censorship
organization. This marks the first
time the Legion oi uecency nas
over cnnHpmned a maior Holly
wood movie that has received as-
The association and Warner
Brothers, distributors of "Baby
nnnii hnth declined comment on
Spellman's statement. They
referred all questions to tvazan,
two-time winner of the Academy
award for directing.
It was nninted out. however.
that "Baby Doll" was approved
by the association Deiore re
vispd its movie code last week
The single kiss in '"Baby Doll"
violates the new code, which has
placed a ban o- "open-mouth kiss kissing."
ing." kissing." Spellman, wearing his scarlet
Opening lead A Q
How should you bid when you
discover a fine distributional fit
with vrihr nartner? Should vou bid
the maximum at once, or should
yob bid gradually, allowing tne
opponents to push you?
The answer depends on wheth whether
er whether the opponents have found their
own fit. If they have already
made that discovery, you will
have trouble shutting them out.
Your best tactic then is to bid
The principle is. illustrated in
today's hand. North might have
jumped to four hearts at his first
turn, attempting o shut the ene enemy
my enemy ou before they discovered
their fit. North chose instead, to
bid the clubs first. By the t ime
North's next turn came, East had
doubled and West had responded
in spades. It was now too late to
make a jump bid in hearts.
North bid as gradual! as pos possible
sible possible from this point on. As a re result,
sult, result, South was able to get the
hand at the excellent contract of
six hearts. No skill was needed
to make this contract. South
simply drew trumps and estab established
lished established dummy's; clubs.
When the hand was 'played in
a team match, the bidding was
different at the other table. North
made some unwise jump bids and
West eventually made a sacrifice
bid of six spades. North led a
heart, and South, won with the
oeen. South knew nothing about
s partner s vo'd; in d'amonds.
'and he therefore made the mis
take of returning a club. This
gave West time to draw trumps,
and the fortunate location of the
diamonds allowed West to make
his contract of six spades. The
winning team made a vulueiable
slam at each of the two tables
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TEENAGERS & PRE-TEENS
REGISTRATION FOR DANCES CLASSES
Jan. 3rd, Cristobal Y.M.C.A. 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Jan. 5th, Balboa Y.M.C.A. 9:00 to 12 noon
BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATE ft ADVANCID COURSES IN
Walti, Foxtrot, Jitterbug. Bop, Rock V Roll, Sluctoot, Polka, Che
Cha Cha, Mambo, Rumba, Samba, Tango, Tamborito, Ballroom
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Offer good until Jan, 15, 1957, 24$ hour lessons $1 O.
HARNETT & DUNN
robes and biretta, departed from
his practice of merely presiding
over the 10 a.m. solemn high mass
at St. Patrick's to step up the the
puipit and read a nvc-murave
"The revoltins theme of this nic
ture, 'Baby Doll,' and the brazen
advertising- nrnmntinir it. ronati-
tiita a rnntpmntnniit riefianre nf
the natural law, the observance
of which has been the source of
strength in our national life.
"Tha (-nnsrioncolect mil at.t.i
tude of the sponsors 'of this pic
ture ana oi an immoral pictures
constitutes a definite corruptive
moral infhiii ha caiH "fiinaa
these degrading pictures stimulate
; tx i t .am X
immorality ana crime iney must
be condemned and, therefore, in
1L . i
ine nerrnrmanr m mv niiLV as
archbishop of Nw York, in solid-
tuae ror tne weuare oi sows en-
traatari tn mv car and tha wet
fare of my country, I exhort Cath
ftlic nennla tn refrain from natrnn
. T M, 1 I t.
lxinff r.nic t m nnnnr nam nr sin.
Williams, winner of two Pulitzer
nrixaa in drama waa in Kov West.
Fla hut a annkexman tar New
town pictures, tne inaepenoeni
movie company that produced
"Baby Doll." issued a statement
in his behalf, saying:
"The artist stares at life to tne
point of glaring at it, so fierce is
his will to see it and understand it
a Maarlv a a ha la ahlp hilt a
censor covers his eyes with his
hands, peeps between his fingers
at l S IS
ana cries sname.
Rainbow Girls Will Held
Balboa Assembly No. 1 Order
of Rainbow for Girls will hold its
monthly initiation tomorrow eve
ning at 7 o clock.
Refreshments will be served.
Unit 3, American'
The regular meeting of Unit 3,
American Legion Auxiliary will he
held Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Nathaniel J. Owen Post, Ratun.
After the meeting, a Christmas
Party will be held.
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TUESDAY. DECEMBER II. 195
Social and Otli
Wri. Josephine Demit
Jttvrot For Visit
Former resident of the Canal
Eone, Mrs. Josephine be s ai ai-rivtd
rivtd ai-rivtd here last week on the S. S.
'Panama" to stay for three months
with her son-in-law and daughter
!r. and Mrs. Robert Douglas cf
Mrs. Dennis, whise permanent
Jiome is now 'in Princeton, New,
Jersey, is looking forward to set-,
ting many of her old friends dur during
ing during her stay. Her host's telephone
dumber is Coco Solo 583, and she
jnav be contacted there while she
.is on the Isthmus.
Hot Dog Roast
I The Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club will have a hot dog roast at
the Baiboa Rollerdrome at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Club memoers and
guests are invited and reminded to
bring their own hot dogi and rolls.
There will be free seating Christ Christmas
mas Christmas day from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Winners of the bridge touma touma-Tivoli
Tivoli touma-Tivoli were first Mrs. A. Davis
and Mrs. V. Pollack; second Mr.!
and Mrs. Kascher; third Mr. P.1
Hodgson and Mr. Rene Wolf. I
The tournament director calls
the attention of all .members and
friends of the Association to the
fact that Monday Dec. 24 and Mor-
day Dec, 31 no tournament will be
. . at Christmas
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For First Time
.4 .... I n J mAMin nl fV,
Cassiopeia Lodge No. 2888, L.O.
A.S.. recently, nomination arid'
lection of officers for the Jan January
uary January to December 1857 term was
Miss Edna Samuels who served
as Deputy Mistress for the 1956
term was unanimously elected
to 'the office of Worthy Mistress
for the ensuing term. This will
be the first time in the history
of this 18-year-old lodge that a
female number will head its ad administration.
ministration. administration. Other officers elected to serve
in the administration are Leon,
V. Deterville paymaster, Miss
Lucy M. Todd, deputy mistress,
Ernest P. Jarrect, secretary, Wil
fred S. Scott, minute secretary,
Dennis Grant, treasurer, Mrs.
Saint V. C. peterkln, chaplain,
Miss Cacllda Greens and Miss
Ida McLean, right and left min minstrels,
strels, minstrels, respectively; Mrs. Louise
Blackwood and Mrs. R. D. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, righ; and left sick visi
tors, respectively; Esteban Bian Bian-chard,
chard, Bian-chard, Fergus Bell, Cyril Davis,
Norman H. Ambursley and Miss
cacllda Greene, trustees, Mrs.
St. V. C. Peterkln, Mist Naomi
Steele and Miss Lucy M. Todd,
auditors. E. P. jarrett ana Cyril
Davis were re-elected superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and guardian of the ju
venile section, "The Light of
The new administration will
be installed on Jan. 14 by Nor Norman
man Norman H. Ambursley, past-master.
On Deo. 24 the juveniles will
be host to their adult members
and friends at a program com commencing
mencing commencing at 8 p.m. at the Court
Brock Lodge hall, they will also
install the following officers:
CarmerV-Gayle, worthy mistress,
Osmond Lindo, depu'iy master,
Aminta Samuels, past mistress,
Diana' Bruno and Annette Sam Samuels,
uels, Samuels, right and left minstrels,
Gary M. Shirley, guardian, Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Boyce and Jdseflna Davis,
Ike Plans To Invite Tito
For Visit To US Next Year
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 that the time might be ripe for a
President Eisenhower, now host to visit.
Jtwaharlm Nehru at neutralist.
India, plans to invite Marshal Tito
of communist Yugoslavia for a
visit sometime next year, it was
A diplomatic source said the
Tito invitation might be interpret interpreted
ed interpreted as a gesiure to encuU.uwt sat satellite
ellite satellite independence from Moscow.
Tito has oeen a symbol of Com Communist
munist Communist independence since his 1948
break with the Kremlin.
Tito Wants Visit
'i uo has been outspoken in his
criticism of Russia's tyrannical
treatment of Hungarian itvoiu itvoiu-tipnaries.
tipnaries. itvoiu-tipnaries. 'A U.S. invitation now
would be viewed as a Free World
pat on the back for him.
Revolts Cool Ties
Tito had a reconciliation with
the Kremlin last year after
Stalin's death. There was some
concern here at that time that he
might be moving back into the
Congress even enacted legisla
te State Department ahl White 'ti'nn rut-tin ,a t v.i..,i.
House aides refused to discuss theiunies Mr. Eisenhowpr fonnH that.
matter. But diplomatic sources
said a formal invitation may be
Tito has been eager to visit the
United States ever since Mr.
Eisenhower became President. An
continued help to Tito would be in
the best interest of the United
States. The President permitted
continued eoonore'e aid but cut
off arms shipments.
However, the Tito-Kremhn re-
Itvltation would be issed nnfvl
, 1 vvn nppvai a iu nave tuiJr
after all arrangements hal been ed since the uprisings in Hungary
quietly worked out behind trfc
Mindful that many Americans
dislike the way Tito runs his Com
munist nation, the President's
aides at first ignored th
marshal's bid to come here. How However,
ever, However, they apparently feel now
Thursday At 1 :30
Mrs. Ena Da Costa Callender
of Paralso, died In Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital yesterday.
Interment will take place at
Corozal Cemetery Thursdav ait
1:30 p.m. services will best'in at
La Boca Methodist church at
Mrs. callender Is survived by
her husband, Howard, her
daughter, Patricia, her sisters,
Winifred, Isolina, Enid and her
brothers, Winston, Kenneth and
Claude Da Costa.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP)
The administration may ask the
new Democratic steered Con Congress
gress Congress to overhaut the ''national
emrrgency" section of the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley law providing 80-day anti anti-strike
strike anti-strike ii'uictions, i- was disclosed
An informed source suggested
that Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell feels the current proced procedure
ure procedure may be too rigid to achieve
its dual 3lm of protec.ing ths na nation
tion nation and encouraging settlement
This source said tne aominisira-
Hon is particularly concerned over
the probability that the East and
Gulf Coast longshoremen's striite
will erupt anew once the present
Books, Candy, Stationery, Hobby Items, Paint Sett, Pens, Costume
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BE SURE TO VISIT
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE
"J" Street and 4th of July Ave. 18-52 Tivoli Ave.
Officials said a visit by Tito
would give Mr. Eisenhower a
chance to find out more about
what is going on in the satellite
countries and even in Russia.
Tito is considered an expert on
Taff Hartley Overhaul Eyed;
SO'Day Item Seen as 'Rigid
For 2 Hungarians
1TRB4KA Til). Dec 18 (UP)
Wedding bells rang today for a
Hungarian retugee couuie, wuu
a,i rnmmimist rule ot ttieir
Ll l ,1 uviu...
homeland together, and came to
the United States to una a new
fb$ bride and groom, Grabieiia.
91 snH Tst.ven. 23. were marriea
in St. Patrick's Catholic Church
They gave only their first
names to nrotect relatives still liv
ing in Hungary from reprisals.
GarprieUa wore a weaaing aress
loaned to her by a member of
Colleagues of Istvan in his new
job with the Illinois Geological
Snrtrov tlivicinii Have the cOUDle
a wedding breakfast and reception
at the pansii nan
Voth.r PMuiarH O'Rnurk rpfir-
mintflamant. director for the
Cathohc diocese of Peoria, mar
ried the coupie.
ut.van a rhemica pnemepr and
flahrialla had known eaph other
for about a year in Budapest. Ist
van took part in tne reneuion
aciainot the Russians and for a
time had to hide out in Gabriella's
The couple then decided to es es-rane
rane es-rane Hunearv and come to the
Bhey left Budapest by train, and
walked Dart of the wav to Ahc
Austrian border which they
cossed at night to avoid detec
COOUn? oft" nerinrl evnirAc 1,:
February. The strike nas been
halted by the injunction procedure
since Thanksgiving weekend.
Mitchell told reporters tnriav
that President Eisenhower will
send a special message to Con Congress
gress Congress early next year on the ad administration's
ministration's administration's proposals to amend
me xait-Hariey act.
But he Herlinerl In eiahnrsfo nn
his earlier statements, that they
proDawy will consist of the
aarninisrrauons 1954 proposals,
Which never have hrm ennrlurl
rnd perhaps, some new ones.
umer lmorman's emphasized
that the administration has not
et dratted any concrete propos proposes
es proposes for revising the natinn.il emer.
gency provision of the act.
It now permits the government
to seek an 80-day iniunciton
against a strike which threatens
the national health or safetv. If
the dispute is still unsettled at
me ena 01 bu aays, tne workers
are free, to strike again. There is
nothing more the government can
do, other than ask Congress for
One suggestion being consid
ered, it was said, would give the
administration discretion to seek
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Christmas is really creeping
up, but the school la ready. This
week the show cases were judg judged
ed judged and the sophomore class won
again. Cm the mainloor of the
school we have four built-in
show cases. Each case represents
a class. The classes complete
with their themes for first
place. The themes for Christmas
were excellent ana mere is a iot
of K work put into them and the
committees are to be congratu
lated. This year we have a big
beautiful Christmas tree in the
center of the main flow. There
is a creche coming along right
alongside of the office which
has hints of being a veTy beau beau-.lful
.lful beau-.lful one. Anyone is welcome
anytime to stop in and see what
we are doing.
. The freshman and sophomore
frolic queens have been elected.
Betty Lou Wheaton and Carol
Dimpfl are the two lucky and
very pretty girls. The two class classes
es classes ffghi: it out In a well-loved
frolic. Each class fights to have
their queen reign over the fro frolic.
lic. frolic. May the best class win!
This week the seniors took
what is called the Informative
xams. The exams are based on
the same level work of a fresh freshman
man freshman In college, it consists of
two scores. The L score or Un
guis and the O score or the
Charge on Red Scientists
Denied by Scientist Band
The Federation of American Scn-inorant of Iwstory, pputical teienct
. e: i i 1. -hi7 mT iHwn am prunumica.
iisis nreu ut iww my i-"r : . VM
Judee Alexander Holtioff for his Price, m a letter to Holtioff
h,r that "the vounaer genera
lion'' of research physicists ap ap-Ipears
Ipears ap-Ipears to have "succumbed to
I Federation Chairman Charles C.
prio ihnnorl Holtzoif either
'to substantiate his charges with
"facts" or "properly quamy
them. He said the federation be-
"th i.etn do not SUDPOrt
'your brsad indictment of a whole
general of research physicists.
Judge Makes Charge
Holtzoff made the charge yes yes-terdav
terdav yes-terdav in sentencing Bernhard
Deutch, 27. a fellowship phvsies
student at the University of Penn-
Isvlvania. to 90 days in jail for
said it was "appalling to leaTn
that Holtziitf thoufht a larce num.
ber of young scientists had fallen
victim to Communist propaganaa.
He said at least i.uw researcn
phvsicists and teachers had been
"indicted" by the jurist.
Hits Sreed Indictment
"While there have been in-
stances of a few scientists, in
cluding physicists, whose thinking
led to their association with the
Communist cause at some time in
their lives," Price said, "we of the
federation strongly believe that
the facts do- not support your
hroad indictment of a whole gen
eration of research physicists
The federation is an organna-
SMvaiua. iw 9v uja v i ....w m
rontempt of Congress. Deutch, anltion of more, than 2,100 scientists
admitted former Communist, re
fused on "moral grounds" to
name his party associates for the
House Committee on un-American
"From evidence admitted in oth other
er other eases that have come before
the court," Holtidff said, "the
court has gleaned the inference
that the younger generation of
pure scientists speriflrsllv en'.'1? en'.'1?-ed
ed en'.'1?-ed in research in physics has suc succumbed
cumbed succumbed to Communistic propa propaganda."
ganda." propaganda." He suggested this might be "due
to the fact that our educational
methods have so changed in re
ouantative. Representing Eng-1 t tK,t M ,i-4M,tiltftlvnu referred
ltsh and' math, it is determined J
by your scores, approximately,
what grade of work you will do
in college. It is one of the ways
the eounssllor.s at the school
determine whether to advise
college for you or not.
and engineers, "concerned with
the iate""e'at-'ns of science and
Price, head of the chemistry de department
partment department at the University of
Pennsylvania, told Holtzoff his
charges "poorly serve our nation national
al national efforts to encourage young
eop!e to seek careers in sicence."
He said they also have "serious"
imitations regarding educators.
"They give little recognition to
the outstanding contribution to our
standard of living and national de
fense which have been and are
being made by this 'younger gen generation
eration generation of pure scientists' to which
Ms. Blanche Bowen
Dies; Burial To Be
Tomorrow Al 4 p.m.
Mrs. Blanche lowen. a Vin Vin-cenUan
cenUan Vin-cenUan resident of Panama Ci City,
ty, City, died yesterday in ganto To To-mas
mas To-mas Hospital. She was 84 years
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 3 In the
Nazarene Church, followed by
burial in the Herrera cemetery
at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Bowen is survived by
her children, George and Clarice
Bowen, Mrs. Llta Eastmond and
APturo Robinson, in addition to
Forest Wise Is in our spoilsht
this week. Forest is a busy girl
but seems to find time to have
a long string- of friends. She was
borh in passalc, New Jersey, on
NOV. 30, 1939. She moved to Pan Panama
ama Panama when she was l'fc and has
lived here ever since. She is one
of the SA secretaries for 1957.
Forest has had quite a bit of
In the way of dances she was
In the Sadie Hawkins and the
Valentine courts. She is the
RtoTC sponsor of Co. "B She
has been on quite a few com committees
mittees committees among these are the in inaugural
augural inaugural dance, both in her
freshman and senior years. The
Singing Valentine and being
chairman of the Senior Ring
committee are some otners. 1
i v. v
She Is -chairman of the SA
ticket sales and the decorations
for th ROTC Halloween dance.
Forest has a lovely voice and has
been In the Glee Club lor two
years. She is very interested in
nursini and was vice president
of the nurses club in her junior
year. She plans to have nursing
as her career and wouia nice to
attend Chapel Hill in North i
Carolina. Forest if one of those
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ro League OflprFirst Ladies Night Tonight
Pole Vault Champ Richards
in Bad With Aussie Public
Junior College, Athletic Club
Basketball Contest Tonight
Humberto Robinson Vs.
Evans Killeen on Mound
Lew Burdette Earned Run
Leader In National League
1' NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UP) -Lew
Burdette, who's generally
rated the Milwaukee Braves o.
nitrher. was credited today with
an earned run average that enti
les him to claim he's tne o. i
Sfecher in the National League,
if Tht ex-New York Y a n k t
wfarmhand from Nitro, W.Va.,
4$pppd all other pitchers in the
Circuit with a 2.71 earned run
avenge and embellished that
performance fay also loading in
shutouts with six. Burdette fin finished
ished finished the season with a 19-10 rec record
ord record and H complete games in
Warren Spahn, 35-year-old ace of
the Milwaukee staff, ranked sec-ond-to
Burdette with a 2.79 E.R.A.
the sixth time in his career that
ife has compiled a rating below
ItkiwhUe Johnny Antonelli of the
Mew York Giants wag third at 2. 2.-86.
86. 2.-86. Sal Maglie and Don Newcombe
of the Brooklyn Dodgers rounded
t the too five at 2.87 and 3.06,
jittsburgh 59 Duquesne 50
Rradley 66 Canisius 64
Dartmouth 89 Yale 57
Brown 72 Penn 66
Villanova 81 William & Mary 73
ton Hall 83 Loyola (Md) 68
Bon. 79 St. Francis (N.Y.) 57
John's (N.Y.) 115 Rhode Isl. 70
nn State 51 Colgate 44
na 50 Iona 49
rvard 45 Cornell 44
oston Col. 87 Connecticut 81
Princeton 77 Navy 67
LaSalle 83 Niagara 74
lumbia 76 Army 57
yracuse 72 Manhattan 69
Citadel 71 Clemson 66
iss. St. 83 Miss CoL 7
rid a 89 Miami (Fla) 65
as 68 Tulane 65
Alabama 81 Miss. Southern 63
Furman 91 Virginia Poly Tech 88
W&L 76 Virginia 62
Georgia Tech 76 Texas A&M 89'
Kentucky 76 Maryland 55
Tennessee 79 Sewanee 48
N. Car. St. 76 G. Washington 62
Wst Virginia 89 Duke 82
Mississippi 82 Austin Peay 68
N Carolina '90 S. Carolina 86 ot
U.S. Olympic 83 San Francisco 52
Cincinnati 65 Dayton 53
ciuta 95 Texas Christian 76
issouri 72 Arkansas 52
-Detroit 89 Western Ontario 48
TJouisville 75 Marquette 68
Hjrron 88 Western Reserve 37
St. Louis 86 Louisiana St. 52
Bowling Green 87 DePaul 81
Kansas St. 84 Indiana 77
Illinois 83 Loyola (La) 72
urdue 85 Notre Dame 72
ichigan 84 Butler 77
isconsin 41 Washingtor (Mo) 38
Suva St. 72 Tulsa 52
flMU 92 Xavier (Ohio) 71
pew Mexico 79 Murray St. 72
Brigham Young 59 UCLA 58
Idaho St. 75 Col. of Pacific 63
tah 59 Idaho 53
nsas 92 Washington 78
nzagr 86 Montana St. 79
lahoma A&M 65 Wyoming 55
F Academy 86 Colorado Mines 83
ipepperdine 81 Tempe St. 78
California 59 St. Marys 47
lqrado 79 Southern Calif. 76
"Banford 65 Rice 64
!Puth Dakota St. 74 Nevada 64
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"The Constant Husband"
Thursday "Revolt of Mamie
PAR A1SO 6:15 7:55
CAMP BIERD 6:y5 8:10
Rnh Riihl usually rated the
Rraves' No. 2 Ditcher benina
Snahn. wound uo ninth in the E.
R.A. table at 3.32, according to the
official fieures complied by tne
Elias Baseball Bureau.
Newcombe. major league pitch
er of the year and the JN.L. s most
valuable player, led In victories
and his 27-7 record also gave him
a league-leading .794 percentage.
Newcombe, who had an .800 per percentage
centage percentage in 1955, is only the fifth
pitcher in the league's history to
rank first in percentage for two
Spahn, at 20-11, and Antonelli,
at 20-13, ware the only other 20 20-game
game 20-game winners in 1954. Missing
for the first time since 14 was
Robin Roberts of the Philadel
phia Phillies, who finished with
a 19-11 slate. Brooks Lawrence,
who won his first 13 decisions for
the Cincinnati Redlegs, also fin finished
ished finished with 19 victories.
Spain's 20-win season was his
seventh, extending his own record
for the league and moving him to
within one of the major league
mark for a southpaw held by Ed Eddie
die Eddie Plank of the old Philadelphia
Bob Friend of the Pittsburgh
Pirates pitched the most innings,
314; Sam Jones, recently traded
to the St. Louis Cardinals, led in
strikeouts with 176, and Elroy Face
of the Pirates appeared In 68
games for the leadership in that
department. Koberts had an un-
l':" whe yitrallaTocTer natch "in Sytaey fart
mmic iuUi.- majur league rec-
Aaron 2nd Youngest
Player To Capture
H. L Batting Title
NEW, YORK, Dec. 18 (UP) -Hank
Aaron of the Milwaukee
Braves was officially crowned the
National League's new batting
champion today despite a 328 av average
erage average that was the lowest to win
the title in 37 years. x
The Braves' 22-year-old batting
stylist, who also topped the cir circuit
cuit circuit with 200 hits and 34 doubles,
thus became the second youngest
champion in the circuit's historv.
He is a month and 14 days older
than Pete Reiser, who won the
crown as a 22-year old Brooklyn
Dodger outfielder in 1941.
Aaron's winning mark was the
lowest since 1919 when Eddie
Roush was crowned champion with
a .aei average.
Bill Virdon, who started the sea
son with the St. Louis Cardinals
and finished it with the Pittsburgh
Pirates, ranked second to Aaroi
with .319, followed by Roberto
Clemente of the Pirates at Ml and
Stan Musial of the Cardinals at
MOBILE, NEA) The Senior
Bowl, which will be played at Mo Mobile's
bile's Mobile's Ladd Stadium, Jan. 5, makes
its purpose crystal clear.
It matches squads from the North
and South. Players on the winning
team get paid more than those on
he losers' side. Professional coach coaches
es coaches run the show. Cleveland's Paul
Brown will coach the South, Joe
Kuharich of Washington the North.
There will be two dozen or more
professional coaches and scouts a-
mong the 36,000 spectators.
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO UTS. 7:00
"Tribute To A Bad Man"
Wed. "Invades From Mars"
Wed. "Invaders from Mars"
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Gregory Ratoff Kay Kendall
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T IV OL l
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Plus: Three Nudism Shorts!
By OSCAR FRALEY
SYDNEY, Australia, Dec. 18
(UP) The Rev. Bob Richards.
America's Olympic pole vaulting
champion, is in bad with the Aus Australian
tralian Australian sporting public.
After successfully defending the
nigh nying title m the mternatlon
al games at Melbourne, the vault
ing vicar put the rap on Aussie
crowds. He did it on television and
his remarks were carried is every
newspaper in the land.
"The Australian fans are one
eyes," sermonized the reverend.
"They are too intent on saving
their cheers for Australians and
we felt rather badly about it."
British Share Opinion
The California sky pilot seems
from this, corner to have been bad
ly off base. The British also made
this charge but they were miffed
because the Americans drew so
Sitting in the Melbourne Cricket
Grounds as Richards retained the
vaulting crown, it seemed to me
that the reverend got one of the
finest hands of the entire week. At
the basketball final, they almost
tore down the house when the
Americans received their medals,
with particularly thunderous ova
tions for Bill Russell and K. C.
Jones, who were stickouts against
Most of the other athletes ex
cent the harried Russians en
thusiastically praised the recep
tion they received irom tne aus
And the Aussie fans were quick
to "get on" their own guys when
they got out of line.
Boo Aussie Booteri
As an example, in an India-Aus-
weet the crowd practically ran
the Aussie Diavers out of the sta
dium when the home lads got mad
because thev were taking a shel
Seems that India Is about as
good as they come in soccer and
the Aussles had boasted tney couia
"take" the Bengal hooters.
But the Indians, who had beaten
Australia, 4-2, m the Olympics,
ran uo a fast three-goal lead and
the Aussies began to use their
fists as well as their feet and
heads. The crowd really gave it to
them and rooted solidly for tne In Indians.
dians. Indians. I don't know what games Rich Richards
ards Richards was watching, but at those I
saw the crowd was about as im impartial
partial impartial as it could be. You couldn't
blame 'em for showering down
when one of the home lads broke
through, but from this spectator's
seat, they were great.
There will be a meeting of tht
Atlantic Twilight League tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow niqht at 7 p.m. at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Ceritar. All man managers
agers managers are- requested to be pres present
ent present as this wUl possibly will be
the last meeting before the open opening
ing opening of the league and there be being
ing being some very important Items
to be brought up.
TOKYO (UP) Masaru Furu-
kawa, the Japanese star who won
the 200-meter breaststroke at the
..t Olvmplcs, said today the
Olympic Committee's, decision to
d-i submerged swimming from
the 1960 games would help this
country's swimmers rather than
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I, THE JURY
witr Anthony Quinn
- Also: :.
with Jock Mahonev
By J. J. Harrison Jr.
The Panama Pro League offers the season's first
Ladies Night tonight at the
tied-up Chesterfield Smokers
kees fighting tor undisputed
Humberto Robinson, the Smoker
right hander who fashioned a one one-hitter
hitter one-hitter as he beat Cerveza Balboa
3 to 0 in his only start this sea season,
son, season, and Evans Killeen, a right
handed thrower who defeated Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa 11 to 0 on five hits in
his loop debut, are the mound op
Tonight's will be the first same
since last Friday when the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers and Yanks split a twin bill to
remain locked in the standings.
A game scheduled for Sunday at
Colon in which the Beermen were
to have met the Smokers was rain rained
ed rained out.
Hector Lopez, sta infielder of
the Beermen, was to have receiv received
ed received the 1955-56 MVP plaque from
baseball writers before the game.
Chesterfield manager Andy Co Cohen
hen Cohen was glowing today about the
performances of two of his prote proteges
ges proteges who played for him with (Den (Denver,
ver, (Denver, Class A Western League, sev several
eral several years ago.
Bulldogs Sweep Basketball
Doubleheader From Tigers
Team Won Lost Pet.
Junior College ... 4 1 .800
Junior High 3 3 .500
Cristobal High ... 1 4 .200
These two play the final
league game Friday night at
Balboa took both ends of tthe
doubleheader Monday night a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst the Cristobal basketball
teams. The Bulldogs won the
varsity game 51-39, thus assur assuring
ing assuring themselves of second place
In the InterscholastlQ League.
Just to make the evening a com
pletely Red and White anair,
the Bullpups downed the Tiger
Cubs 48-46 in the preliminary
This finishes the league play
for the Bulldogs, but they still
have a game with the AC
Rams this Thursday and then
the JC Tournament on the 3rd
4th and 5th of January.
Dannv Winklosky paced the
Bulldogs to their second win out
of three games with the Tigers
this year. Dan netted 15 points
besides heading up the defenses
that held the Tigers to lour
points in the third quarter, in
the scoring department he got
ample help from George Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land and Jack Winklosky, each
with 11 points. This was Kirk Kirk-land's
land's Kirk-land's best game of tthe year, not
only in scoring, but also' in gen general
eral general floor play and rebounds in
Eddie Smith was the high
scorer for the Tigers with 11
points, followed by Wendy Sas Sas-so
so Sas-so with seven.
The Tigers took an early lead
on Bob Lowe's bucket and held
this edge until the middle of the
first Quarter when the Bulldogs
took a temporary lead. By the
end of the quarter baskets by
Dave Hawthorne, Ross Tobin,
and two by Eddie Smith put the
Tigers out in front 17-14.
At naif time tne Buuaogs naa
forged into a four point advan advantage,
tage, advantage, 30-26. The Bulldogs scored
16 points In this quarter while
cutting the Cristobal point pro-
Skin Diving Club
Holds Splash Party
Ai 'Panama' Toniohl
The Cabana Club of Hotel El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and the El Panama Sk:n
Diving Club and their guests will
hold a Splash Party tonight at 7
o'clock at the pool of Hotol El Pa
Gtorgt Godoy's Trio will play
for dancing. There will bo water
games and prizes, dance contests
and prizes. Dan the Yo Yo Man
Highlights of the ovoning will b
a Swim Suit Fashion Show of lat latest
est latest Jantzon styles for men and
The birbecut and bar will serve
rafreshments at moderate prices.
Admission u 51 par person
VIC TO R I A
Olympic Stadium with the
and the Carta Vieja Yan
possession of first place.
(Denver is now in the Class
AAA American Association.)
The players are right hander
Alberto "Mamavila" Osorio who
many thought was washed up aft after
er after several poor seasons in the Pro
League and in the U.S., and catch catcher
er catcher Marcos Cobos who was consi
dered in some quarters as not
yet ready to do the Smokers' first
Both Osorio and Cobos have
come through with flying colors
up to now and Cohen has been
having a hard time to keep
from saying, "I told you so."
Osorio has gone the route in his
two starts to hand the Beermen
and the Yankees identical 4 to 1
setbacks, and Cobos, apart from
being superb behind the plate, has
been effective also at the plate
Another Cohen "boy," who the
manager expects to get his batting
eye soon, is outfielder Bobby Pres
cott, who did some fly chasing for
mm at Denver.
duction to nine. Danny win winklosky
klosky winklosky picked up six of these as
the BHS team wen tout in front
to stay for the rest of the game.
It was the third quarter that
saw the game put on ice, how however.
ever. however. Lem Kirkland dropped in
a basket to start the parade and
it wasn't until the Bulldogs had
racked up 12 points to add to
their 30 that Smith finally hit
for Cristobal. From that time
on the closest the Tigers could
get was within seven points of
the front running Bulldogs.
Dan Concepcion entered the
game late in the third quarter
and in no time at all he had
dropped in a couple of baskets.
Mainly by his effort, the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal boys pulled up to a 39-44
count, bu't that was as close as
the Bulldogs would let them set.
Jack Winklosky started it with
a charity toss, then George Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland scored two points, Dan
Winklosky a field goal, and Jack
came back to tip in the final
The box score:
fg ft pf t
.. ,. 6 3 4 15
J. Winklosky 5
L. Kirkland 2
Tobin .. ..
Sasso .. ..
21 9 12 51
15 9 12 39
Indians Can Win
Flag If They Hit
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Dec. 18 fUP
Kerby Farrell predicted today
that the Cleveland Indians can win
the 1957 American League pennant
a we get some hits to support
the best pitching staff in baseball."
Farrell, who succeeded Al Lo Lopez
pez Lopez two weeks ago, rated the world
cnampion New York Yankees "the
team to beat" but added, "Don't
sell the Chicago White Sox or the
Detroit Tigers short either
Farrell. who lives at Henriennn
Tenn.. Pointed OUt that the. Indians
lost 18 games last season in which
Cleveland pitchers limited the op opposition
position opposition to three or less earned
"If we can get some hasp hit
and the pitching continues as in
recent seasons, we can win the
pennant in 1957," he reasoned.
Farrell added that Herb Score
is the best pitcher in baseball al although
though although he still hasnt' reached full
CHICAGO (UPi The Chiton
Bears' victory over the Detroit
Lions Sunday gave them their
ninth Western Division title since
the National Football League be began
gan began its playoff system in 1933.
TOKYO OJP) The Air Fore.
defeated the Marines. 29-7. Sundav
in the Sukiyaki Bowl and qualified
to meet the Army All-Stars in the
Rice Bowl game Dec. 30 for the
U.S. service football championship
of the Far East.
y A. A. NOBOA
The last JC encounter is now in
the books. Ripley's books it was
the game in which the basketball
champions for the first time were
defeated in interscholastic compe competition.
tition. competition. It was the game with the
most fouls, the longest, and the
uue mai Droae tne 90 point bar barrier.
rier. barrier. Although considered the most
disorganized game of the season,
a coupl? uf star performances
were seea as far as seorin is
concerned Sharpshooter Ramon
Quezada netted 26 points while
Jack Wmkksky from Balboa toi-
wwea mm with 17.
Apparently the Bulldogs kept up
the drive acquired last Friday to
take CHS last night and thus fin
ish with a good 3-3 for the season.
The Tigers again will be host id
tne jc Ueviis Friday for their fi final
nal final game of the season. JC won
both previous games by th small
margin of 5 points each time. Fri Friday's
day's Friday's game will then give CHS an
opportunity to folUow BHS's foot footsteps
steps footsteps arid pin another loss on the
Tonight's game at seven will be
tne third and J: pal game between
JC and AC. Both teams nave won
one game, this then leaes to
night's game to decide who will
be the. victor of their thre; game
AC has ?jt a steady wim.irg
pace snd many are inclined to be believe
lieve believe that they win be one of the
Hardest opponent to meet at the
tournament, such players as Bar
kowitz and Nesbitt, who seem to
be constantly scoring from any
spot on the court, will be called
upon tonight to hand JC its second
defeat. Corbln, Mc Arthur Sim
mom, ana Welsh will combine with
the above mentioned to make
this win a reality.
JC on the other hand, after last
Friday's game, is more determin
ed than ever not only to take to
night's game but also Friday's.
Coach Stu Brown s boys are at
their peak in each's individual a-
bility. Fred Raybourne, starting
with the youngest, as always mas
ter of both baskets. Gil Smith's
timely foul shooting as well as his
ball handling are a threat on any
court. Captain Bob Fogel's ball
handling and Al Blackall's con constant
stant constant team performance wilt add
to the team's efforts to defeat the
AC quintet. JC's ace Quezada will
try to duplicate the 26 points that
he scored against BHS.
The forthcoming Invitational
Basketball Tournament is being
carefully planned so as to provide
the best entertainment on the Isth Isth-iv
iv Isth-iv us on Jan. 3, 4, and 5.
Probable line up:
A GREAT PICTURE!
Lana Turner in
Shows start at 1:00 p.m.
Daring Film of Sex
"BOB AND SALLY"
Plus: A hot French film
For Adults Only!
o'-i-io-l Tn-Al Bold!
First nd Only
Films of the
tun or LOST PIOPUI
2nd BIO NEW HIT!
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1 ne riying juueers
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams w 1 tw
Chesterfield 3 ?
Carta Vieje 3
Cervesa Balboa 1 I JU
a TONIGHT'S GAME
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja (Killeen 1-0) Chesterfield
(Robtaaon 1-0) Game Time; 7:30 p.m.
The Green Wave lost an oppor-
tunny 10 weaKea win aamisn uoid
on iusi place vacu mtJ tu
uuivicnt payers on nana to
uicie uie isaue uei, ua ui
to loneu to uie adiuisn in
uaiuua umnor oemur nigh inti-
.Later m uie week the Marlins
anu oaunsn piayeu prooauiy uie
ueai, fed me 01 uie aeaauu as tut
utueu evemy unuufeuoui, lour
quarters 01 pioy wiui uie aaiuisa
nuaiiy wiiiee!!! OU a Win. it
loo&eu tor a uute as uiougu tne
inaruns wouiu unu tne mu Lui Lui-lUis
lUis Lui-lUis ;ibfertsauuu uicir utit, setOu
ui tne aeatuii out turowuig cauuoa
to tne winu in uie imai minute of
piay nun uie inaruu cause.
Uie iXiaruu lust tutur onnnr.
tunity to even uu the score wiien
iney ioijiut auout ueir ueteases
anu went on au all out attacit to
save uie feauie. tmt uiey conu
iiueu ui jlrty tae same type oi
game wmcii uiey useu zor ueany
uie enure game, possuiiy iney
uumu uve puiieu even w,bh uie
itolando Chanis with three
points, will heie with one. and Joe
BlackDurn with two did the scor scoring
ing scoring for the losers. Larry Siesel
with four, Linfors with two, and
Bob Laatz with one point account
ed for the winners score.
the B Leaeue water nnln All
Stars had too much power for
the league champion Dolphins
team in the game played to wind
up the B Leaeue season Th. an
Stars played aggressiv offensive
uii amine tne goal ten times
while the Dolphins were held to
the All Star nicked
score in the first quarters, three
in the second, two in the third and
four m the fourth while he Dol Dolphins
phins Dolphins had to be content with one
in the first, one in the second, and
their final tally in the fourth
Joe Behar and riir Unr;. ...:n.
tnree goals each were hih Ait
men for the winners. Joe Garcia
playing goalie, for the All Stars
was outstanding. His fine playing
"'Jnd time and gain depriv deprived
ed deprived the Dolphins of what looked to
be sure scores.
pj, Reynolds, Ralph Parker,
Ralph Perkins, anu Tom Sheppard
fl yn ,aJme "torsive game for
ie Dolphins with Dale Clarke
rperteHThlbot?eau. nd Taylor Hun
M St.?gosre t0 StCm
The box score:
'All Stars 10
Rudge RB (
Ti.11. j Dolphins 3
C League ba.lrtkii i
Ssh,Jlth ,thi U StVtkingl Ve
measure of Fred Chase's chanv
S Th?F vT' the Flyers, 54 to
15. The Flyers never did get start started
ed started while the All stars jumped off
to a commandine leari -irh
the beginning. The outcome was
never m doubt as Bill Eneelke
and Bob Rathgeber began UuX?
n the points for th Stars while
the usually high scoring Chase
was held comoletelv in hpk
As it was Ohase scored nine of
uis teams points, but he didn't get
on the books until late in the first
quarter. By that time the outcome
was pretty obvious. The AH Stars
conrolled the game in every re re-spec.
spec. re-spec. They took the hall off both
boards, intercepted many passes,
and pressed the Flyers so tight
they had trouble getting the ball
over the mid court line through
the game. Rathgeber scored 28
points for the winners and Engelke
The Box score:
PP PC PT PT
cnase 2 '4 1
cnassin v ft
Frauenhelm 0 l
Barnes 1 1
Frauenheim 0 l
Barnes 1 1
7 6 3 15
All Stars 54
P PT TP
0 7 0 14
U 26 2 54
Knickerbockers, was high point
scorer for the season- with 216
points eight games or an average
of 27 ponts a game. Bob Ratn-
fLi Chieft WM nex
"8 n eight games for 22 points
game and Roy Bettis with the
Dukes was third with 123 mint.
Fred Chase with 102 points in 8
games was fourth and the only
other boy in the League who scor-
or xw points for the season.
While the A League is finishing
tL u T te.r pol competition,
he B and C leagues have moved
into ping pona. Thi vr th
petition is on a team basis. Each
team has four boys, and the t...
ngs are kept on a won-lost per-
u V. 8 f", tney were for foot.
"?d ""ketball. Each team
will play the other earns in he
league one game, he am win.
ning the most individual matches
lu wnner of that game.
In the C League the following
boys are the cantain. r.i t
Jim Potter, ChareRager S
Frauenheim, Luis Lombano, Lar Lar-Py
Py Lar-Py Cn;igan, Frank Aseron, and
Paul Underwood. The B Leaeue
or"allyA axnd "B combination
ior some A Leaguers are Dlayinir
Joe Barr, Benito Salas, George A.
teman, Leroy Vaughan Mike Nor
A LeastiM Wu. u.i.
- - vio
C Laaatu d; B
A- League Ping Peng
0.60 -TODAY!- 0.40
Great Fortune Night!
J J 5fl OA IN CASH
of these cash prises!
1st Prize $100.00
ON THE SCREEN;
GREAT DOUBLE FEATURE!
Virginia Mayo in
"GREAT DAY IN
Wendell Corey in
'THE BOLD AND
THE ? RAVE"
THS PANAMA AMERICA ... AN INDEPENDENT DAD Y NEWSPAPER
Mnthipsnn.Sltiroiririlf Tn Mi tin Mulfifnri Wi rials
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 18. 19M
Meet Galindo-Cross Team
Don Mathieson and Fred Stirewalt swamped Jim
Hoverson and Al Nordstrom by a score of 6 and 5 in
their semifinal match of the Mido Multifort watch
tournament at the Brazos Brook Country Club.
Scotfy Miihieson, probably the
most consistent golfer at Dra Dra-yo
yo Dra-yo Brook, has a smooth but un un-mommon
mommon un-mommon sway, especially with
his wood shot, but perfect coor coordination
dination coordination attained by frequent
practice finds his tee shot split splitting
ting splitting the faiiway monotonously
to the discomfiture of his opponents.
By HERBERT MOISE
COLON Despite the fact
that the Cerma Balboa team is
in last place, it has commanded
th eattention of the statisticians
as well as the fans. Not only be because
cause because of their consplcious posi position,
tion, position, but alao because, believe it
or not, there is a bitter fight on
for first place. The situation pi pivots
vots pivots on the Beermen's perform performance
ance performance as both Carta Vieia and
Chesterfield are presently tied
and are judged from the way
the attention of the statisticians
die the Mailmen.
Tonight's clash for first place
temporary though it be looms
as a battle of pitching titans.
Humberto Robinson, the league's
leading pitcher of last season,
came up with a brilliant one-hit
ter against Balboa Beer alter ne
finally signed a chesterfield
contract, and the following eve evening,
ning, evening, Evans Kileen of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees turned in a one-aided 11-0
five-hit shutout job against the
same club. Had this been enough
to use as criterion, then Bobby
and Evans should battle it down
to the wire but judging from the
i teams' run-scoring eblWty, Rob Rob-by
by Rob-by should lose by a "double-or-nothing''
We will define, our "dou.ble.-or-nothing"
idiom, chesterfield and
Carta vieja are tiea wiw wiree
wins and two defeats each but
Stirewalt, his less experienced
partner, has been a tower of
strength in all their matches to
the final which will be played
this weekend against Anibal Ga Ga-lindo
lindo Ga-lindo and Harold cross.
The Navy has to win and lose
because Stirewalt and Cross are
two of the better golfers station
ed at Coco Solo.
The ODDOsine sides have much
in common as the low handicap
members of the teams spent
several weeks scouting the high higher
er higher handicap players before ar
riving at a decision as to wno
would help them the most.
Galindo, for this event, had as
many offers as Eddie Arcaro and
eventually came up with cross
who has proven to be a real dark
horse and so far has given the
crafty Galindo some very com comfortable
fortable comfortable rides.
There has been considerable
betting as to the final outcome
of this tournament but the
writer picks Mathieson and
Stirewalt to win.
Hill Gilford Lead Nominees For Jim Thorpe Trophy
in runs scored. Carta Vieia has
twice plus two the amount the
Chesterfield Smokers have scor
ed and in run yielding tne
Smoker have o-lven nn two less
than twice what the C VYankees
have yielded. To put that in rig rig-ures
ures rig-ures it would show thait chester chesterfield
field chesterfield in five games has scdred 11
runs to Carta Viejas 24 wrme
Carlos Eleta's Smokers have
been scored upon 12 times the
opposition has scored only 7 runs
against Ramon Menaez-Fencia-no
a an inst Mih ot her the Yan
kees have defeated their tonight
rivals by two snutout scores ana
lost a 4-1 decision to them mak
ing it a .687 won and lost per
centage on the young season.
Despite the tell-tale and gos gos-sipping
sipping gos-sipping figures which are favor favoring
ing favoring a CV win, tonight's Robin-son-Kileen
duel should be a long
remembered pitching battle.
i & a
Word from Chicago is that the baseball poobahs are readying
a new contract for Etord Christopher Frick. This substantiates
symposium conducted by the column several months ago. Owners,
players and sports writers participated.
There wasn't one negative voice among the owners contacted.
Most of the players weren't too sure about him. They wanted to
wait and see how he allocated the money from the new World Series
TV-radio contract, soon to be signed.
Presumably the players now love him, since he promptly ear earmarked
marked earmarked 60 percent of the milions for their pension fund, as he had
agreed, and about which action there never was the slightest doubt.
r..t -i ... i,mK tht guv Thou lito to spp it on the line.
The sports writers had two raps, (1) he spend too much time
romancing the owners, w ne lacaea anve, iorce, uccisuw. n iuh-
a... Z;, ti..i. kUeiinn nnintina nut that tx owners, after all.
1 1 y KM K 111111 men ywMi.iuB v - -
do have some rights, and (b) the quiet, firm efficiency of his rule
was a pleasant contrast to nis lrameaiaie :piw.-mi uaiw
Chandler. .. .
u.:i, I. ofinitoiu MimuM man ui thp sense that he does
not, go out of his way to discourage the profit motive, bull, if he
has ever discnrainaieo against me piayers 10 we uwus uvaut uvaut-age,
age, uvaut-age, we know of no such instance. He cringes at the world "dicta
tor," regards "commissioner" as stuffy, explains the functions of
his office, correspond to those of a chairman of the board.
In line with this conception, Frick has streamlined the executive
machinery, where the owners formerly met with the commissioner
... excuse it, please ... the chairman of the board, .only once a year,
now it's four. In this way discussions can be limited to the prob problem
lem problem of the moment.
OIT IT QUICK BOYS
wht onntrihutions has Frick made to the game We are a
Frick man, yet admission must be made that once past the fool-
woof nension set up ... an acmevemeni oi no smaii propuruons, qy
the we recall no other of great consequence.
When the chairman says baseball is more popular today than
ver. elaboration is in order. There are more fans, thanks to TV,
hut feujov riistnmers. The chairman adds that baseball is more
h..ithirtnn,iiv than ever, but how can that be with the minors living
a hand- to-mouth existence, and the majors only, recently finding it
necessary to subsidize them to me extern oi vw,vw
The minors box-omce anemia traces uirecuy io oroaacasis
and weekly TV images with which the majors blanket their terri territory.
tory. territory. On the one hand, is the spectacle of the majors strangling
the minors, and on the hand, we seee them trying to keep the
m)nnr alive with n unrjrecedented dole. Real daffy, eh
The problem is too complex to go into here. Our understanding
is that the majors have no choice and that refusal to make the games
avatiahl to the air would render baseball liable to anti-trust
We can't heln but feel though that if the majors hadn't made a
wild, mass, riuttonous play, for the rich air revenue in the begin-
ing their position would be more tenaoie toaay ana me minors pngni
less nopeiesa. v iuu uvut ucouc c
again be resuscitated in such once-upon-a-time strongholds as New Newark,
ark, Newark, Louisville, Jersey City, Toledo and Oakland, (Jo you?)
Frick keeps trying to resolve the issue but complains that no nobody
body nobody in Washington will lead an ear. Maybe he looks too hungry.
TIGHTEN THE RULES
: .AniMlaaa In An AfivMtltf aViAllt linl iltl it oA air Aootf
and from all we can learn he is, at least, for the time, there are oth-
.a h riinn Mm Vianr) it lirfth nrnfit in t Vio ennrt
One' is the present regulation which restricts the selection by
j r. -t' -i.. ni',vnf from a minnr league team' rhihc woalthv
(II a 1 L Jl VUIV U11C pmjvi w." -o vtw.jvuj
in man power make a mockery of this by putting all their choice
eligibles on the same club.
The chairman deplores the loophole and the misuse it invites,
but has taken no steps to plug it.
Same with the waiver system by which a player can be passed
from dub to club, and league to league, before and after the trad trading
ing trading deadline. A slick operator can do more with this gimmick than
a monkey with a banana.
"A kingsize headache," the chairman admits.
But to get rid it, more than Bufferin is needed.
Est 9 H BHL v BE
REPLACEMENT Art Day. 6, gets between opponents and
the basket when the forward isn't sinking shots for the Uni University
versity University of San Francisco. Day, junior college transfer, is
shown preventing Seattle center, Elgin Baylor. 22. from
scoring in San Francisco. The player in the background is
USF's Dave I.illevand, 10. The Dons extend .their record
consecutive victory string despite the loss of. Bill Kussell
and K. C. Jones. Opponents can't see any difference in team.
-Name The Winner
By MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEW YORK (NEA) The tall,
trim end stood in the middle of the
Los Angeles Coliseum, his sure
bands clutching a football.
The time was January, 1956,
and the occasion the Pro Bowl
It should have been a familiar
sight Harlon Hill of the Chicago
Bears alone, no pass defender
Within yards. But this was no ordi ordinary
nary ordinary football he held. It was made
of bronze, mounted un a base and
across it was inscribed :
Th Jim Thorpt Memorial
"The first trophy I ever receiv
ed in my life," said the lithe kid
from Florence State Teachers of
Alabama when he was proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed the outstanding player in pro professional
fessional professional football.
"The greatest thing I eve eve-dreamed
dreamed eve-dreamed could happen. To have
it come from the players them
selves just about floors me."
KEEP IT COOL SAYS SYRACUSE
AS HOT COTTOli BOWL IS
svRArnsE. N.Y.. Dec. 18 (UP)
-Coach Ben Schwartzwalder, who
takes his Syracuse team into the
Southwest for Cotton Bowl work work-nnr
nnr work-nnr fioures he mav need ice
pack's to keep a cool head against
Fearful that his boys will wilt
under the Texas sun, Schwartzwal
der hopes the weather on iew
Year's Day "will be as cold as it
can get. If it's over a:ftegrees,
we'll be 'cooked."
Plaeued bv bad weather nere,
Schwartzwalder and his staff will
move 48 nlayers to the Oklahoma
campus at Norman for practices
until Dec. 30 when they will fly t
Little Offensive Tricks
"We're fussin' with all the little
offensive tricks we didnt have
time to throw in during the regu
lar season and by the ume we
reach Dallas we ought to have a
lot of cute tricks," he said.
By cute tricks, Ben probably re refers
fers refers to an improved passing attack
against an expected strong TCU
Syracuse didn't need an excep exceptional
tional exceptional passing attack during the
regular season because no one was
very successful stopping All-America
halfback Jim Brown.
The 212-pound Brown gained 986
yards rushing in 168 carries. Add
that to the 153 yards he gained re receiving
ceiving receiving passes and it isn't hard to
understand how he scored 106
points, second highest in the na nation.
tion. nation. He rolled up 43 of those
points against Colgate for an all all-time
time all-time intercollegiate record.
Brown A Target
Schwartzwalder figures the
Horned Frogs will ge gunning for
Brown and had halfback Jim Rid Rid-lon
lon Rid-lon throwing passes this week. His
sophomore quarterback, Chuck
Zimmerman, is a good passer but
doesn't get the ball away quickly.
Schwartzwalder describes h i s
team as the "best I ve ever-
coached." They won the Lambert
Trophy, symbol of Eastern supre supremacy,
macy, supremacy, and lost only to Pitt in an
But Schwartzwalder doesn't ex expect
pect expect to win at Dallas on past per
formances. His 1952 team also won
the Lambert Trophy but was hu humiliated,
miliated, humiliated, 61-6, by Alabama in the
1953 Orange Bowl. It was the only
previous bowl appearance fox Sy
It's the guys who know, the
players of the National Footbail
League, who decide by ballot on
the. No. 1 man.
Named to perpetuate the mem memory
ory memory of the sport's greatest figure,
there can be no greater recogni recogni-ion
ion recogni-ion in football than the award
instituted last year by NEA Serv Service
ice Service and The Panama American.
From the 33-man rosters on the
12 teams spread from New York
to Los Angeles the balloting has
begun, wno will !t be?
Hill is a strong contender again.
tne most dangerous receiver of
thrown ball since Don Hutson was
outrunning secondaries for Green
But the New York Giants offer
just as strong a nominee in Frank
Giffor'd, football's most versatile
performer. He runs, receives,
blocks, throws passes and there
was a time this halfback out of
Southea California played defense
"drtor; CONRADO SARCEANT
RC'NEHI TAKES LEAD IN
MAJOR BOWLING LEAD AS
LUCKY STRIKE DROPS THREE;
LYONS HITS 417
The RC-Nehi keglers went inti
first place in the MAJOR Bowlin
League last Tuesday night atDia
bio when they knocked over th
summit, Hills Golfers for feu
points. Lyons racked up his big
rii nf the vcar with 201, 161
and 256 for 627, while Tony Lut
tenherser did the same while scor
ing 202, 233 and 19Ufor 626. Char Char-t.r
t.r Char-t.r was third with 566. Summit
Hills had a really bad night, witU
only Riley scoring 500 or more.
Meanwhile, the Lucky Strike
team, using a blind in place of
Woodcock, dropped two games an4
pinfall to the Ei Rancho Garden
Keglers to fall Into a second place
tie with the Seymour Agency team,
three points out of first place.
Miner led for Luphy Strike with
550. For El Rancho, Boy Boyer had
a fine 595 with games of 216, 188
and 191, following by Schmidt with
556. El Rancho stayed in fourta
place with their win.
Bud Balcer and hL high-scorinj
Homa tilesettefa dropped three
ooints to the Seymour Agency oj
alleys 7 and 8, permitting the in
surance men to to into a second
lace tie in the league standings,
Ubben led the insurance team wiu
The present team standing after
15 weeks of the 28-week season:
Team W L
RC-Nehi 41 19
Seymour Agency 38
Lucky Strike 38
El Rancho Garden 32
Summit Hills Golf Club 27
H.I. Homa Co. 25
Fuerza y Luz 20
Jflax R. Stempel h Sons, 19
The 10 high league averages are
Grabs First Place
In Am. Hockey Loop
In tha Eastern Division, Gifford
is challenged for individual supre
macy only by Olhe Matson, the
phantom of the Chicago Cardinals
Football glamor still runs to the
boys who throw the ball, however
and the Western Division offers a
couple of literal old pros, Bobby
Layne at tne uons and Tobin Role
of the Packers.
Before the season, General Man
ager Nick Kerbawy of Detroit
pointed to his right shoulder and
summed up his team's prospects
Could Layne come back from a
lame 1955 campaign and throw the
Lions to the top again? The stand
ings provide the answer. What's
more, he added a foot, too. With
Doak Walker retired, Bobby be
came the kicking specialist.
The Jim Thorpe Trophy
Virginian Earned $40,000 Racing :
Stock Cars; That's a New Record
RALEIGH, N. C, Dec. 18 (UP)ifor a living," the 32-vear-old fa fa-Curtis
Curtis fa-Curtis Turner of Roanoke, Va. be-jther of two admits. "But I can
came the biggest single season Certainly use the money. I'm def--money
winner in the history ofjinitely not a millionaire."
stock car racing during 1956, a Turner races for the Ford fac-
United Press tabulation showed tory team. Althoueh none of tha
factories makes public its deala
with drivers, it is generally ao
cepted in the trade that they give
from 90 to 100 per cent of the wiri wiri-nings
nings wiri-nings to the pilots.
Turner's nearest contender in
the money making department
during the 1956 season was Elzie
That bettered the former record, (Buck) Baker of Charlotte, N.C.,
$35,000 which Tim Flock of Atlan-iwho won $29,970 taking the grand
ta, Ga., won in 1955 while taking national championship with 14 Wie Wiethe
the Wiethe point championship of theories in 48 starts for the indeoew.
The lumber broker -sportsman
earned more than $40,000, accord according
ing according to a compiling of official re results
sults results released by the National As Association
sociation Association for Stock Car Auto Ra Racing
cing Racing (NASCAR) on its individual
Grand National Circuit
Turner won no national point
championships. But he ended six
years of frustration by winning the
sport's biggest event the Labor
Day Southern 500 at Darlington, S.
C. After leading every previous
staging of the classic only to fall
out before the finish, he finally
lasted the distance and made off
with $11,750 from the race's record
His other major victories came
on NASCAR's circuit for l&te mod model
el model convertibles, where his activities
were concentrated. He entered 42
of that division's 47 races and
scored 3 victories. Only seven
times in the 42 outings was he
running at the finish without being
The convertibles earned him
about $25,000. Exact figures are
not available because NASCAR of official
ficial official tabufations do not show pur purses
ses purses .for preliminary heat races,
which pay moderate cash prizes.
Frequently labeled a millionaire,
he denies that status emphatically.
"I don't have to depend on racing
dent Carl Kiekhaefer team. Wi,
consin industrialist Kretf
haefer gives his drivers 90 per percent
cent percent of their winnings.
Flock, who was driving for the
Kiekhaefer crew when he won thft.
1955 title, quit that team in 1956
and fell out of the limelight. He
finished ninth in the national"
standings with earnings of $15,000"
winning only four races.
Today Encanto .25
Neville Brand In
"Bobby Ware Is Missing"
Richard Conte In
"THE BIG TIPP OF"
Today IDEAL .20 .70
"Mystery of The Riverboat"
Chaps. 11 12
SUPER INSTANT LATHERS
Rote, the one-man show of the
Packers, draws praise in face of
a transparent weakness the
Packers just can't give him ade adequate
quate adequate offensive support. Tobin
provides his own. On a hot streak,
he can fire bis team up to beat
The winner of the seebnd annual
Jim Thorpe Trophy, donated by
A. G. Spalding Bros., Inc., will be
announced on these pages Dec. 21.
The presentation ceremony will
be nationally televised by CBS
Dec. 23 during the halftime inter intermission
mission intermission of the Baltimore-Wastii 13 13-ton
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NEW YORK, Dec. 18 (UP) -Tt
tnok seven davs for Provi-
aaa m baI, itc tfnal in the
582. F01 Homa it was Balcer with'Am(rican Hockev LeagUC un.
. J r J .... u in 1---
557. and Lowande with 549.
In the final match, the Max R.
Stemoel insurancemen and the
disputed possession of first place!
Blasting tr Cleveland Barons,
111-4. Sundav. the New York Rang
Fuerza y Luz teams split the fouruP fBrm tPm culminated its week-
points, the latter team taking he iong itive tor the AHL's top slot
final ame and pinfall, and staying1 in gj.and style During the week
in iiu piatc ivi awuijiw unvj Mhey had trounced tiersney iwice,
had a strong 591 and Leo Pilachow- 7.4 anj 6.i. And Sunday when the
ski was .second with 576, his high-Bears boWe)j to Rochester, 9-1,
est of the season. Captain Leo providence swooped into first.,
'blew his cork' in tne second gamei Gary Collins, scoring once and
with a big 267 game, high for the feedins four other times figured in
evening. A split In the 8th frame; fiv, of Rochester s nine goals as
kept him from winning a La Mas-lthev beat Hershey, 9-1. Buffalo on
cota suit for a 275 or over while scores by Ken Wharram and Bar Bar-wearing
wearing Bar-wearing a La Masceta bowling ry Ross elged last place Spring-
hut. ,fjeld, 2-1,
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. Dr. R. Elsenmann
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TlvoU (4 of July) Ave. I1A.4
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Ridinq fr jumping Classes daily
j t, 5pim. Phone 2-2451
ei by appointment.
Christmas, classic and
37th St. No. 6-A Tel. 3-1596
Open until 9:30 p.m.
"Slim Your fliure down"
McUvy Machines, M"
Steam Bath male and female
41 Av. Justo Arosemena 3-2211
Or. SCHOIX trained Chiropodist
TIV0LI 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.
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 patronage dur during
ing during the past year.
Velma, Fran, Ida & Maria
School To Give
The Sunday School Christmas
Dro?r?m at the Cm-bdndu Pro-i
tcstant Church will be held tomor-j
rw at p.m. i nis service is one,aFH'vcu uy mc siaie icgiaiaiutc,
of the annual observances of the he said, "the Dearborn Center will
church. I De open no later than 1959 and
possibly by the fall of 1958."
The committee under the direc The money would be used to
tion of John Gough will present the
program at the Curundu Pro Pro-the
the Pro-the classes from the nursery
through high school will share and
participate in this program of ca-1
rols, recitations, Scripture read-'
ims, poems and other items.
Three attendance goals have
been broken at the Curundu Pro-1
testant Church in the past few!
months. Again the Sunday School I
is working to break the top attend-i
ance record of 187 reached just a
fw weeks ago. On Dec. 23 thei
Sunday Schoor is hoping to go over'
On Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. the choir
of the church will present their
Christmas cantata under the di-
rection of Mrs. Ben Kiclzman,
Iheir director of the church choir,
On Murder Charoe
GAINESVILLE, Fla., Dec. 18 -(UP)
A quick-temocred deaf-
In. rYfwr SEl
..h.ro. rnriv fr ik. onn ah,
of the Awachua
Ph;,llp Singer was charged with
"T and killing Mrs. Osee Fa-
n ho- home because
her husband played a part in sing singer's
er's singer's 15-day jail sentence for tres-
The rand jury indicted Singer
Sasser, manager of the country
club from which Singer was fired,
e' -""'e with trespassing.
On Aug. 23 Mrs. Sasser was shot
A fcreen door by a
an. A few minutes later Mrs. Fa
1 i ol to death
disappeared after t
- muuuiiUL. rn arm i nnanian an.
jSSSt iTmonth. W'nnlpeg'
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Ceiur.l An. 44 ot Jul Ave. J St 144 Central Avenue M Street No. Via Espana Arc
. . r-, w rn r r- k. fnr I 1 iriri 1 k r-r I ir r- a .
FOR SALE:- Misc. household
ITEMS, motors, refrigerator,
2-4131, 5712-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: -One rug, 9'xl2'
color gray, $20.00, Tol. 3-7251
Mahogany double bed, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood type, with box spring and
innerspring mittress. Call 87 87-3265
3265 87-3265 or Panama 3-5(52.
FOR SALE: Cushman motor
scooter, in good condition, new
fires, complataly overhauled.
SI 00. Call Cristobal 2815.
FOR SALE: Let in Betania. 561
square meters, high land, near
school, $4 meter. Phone 3-5380
Panama, Sfa. Arjona, 8 to 1 p.m.
Students To Cive
On Poraiso Campus
The annual Christmas nro nro-aram
aram nro-aram Riven by students of the
Latin American High School at
Paraiso will bp. presented at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow on the school
The program will Consist of
several numbers by the school
chorus. di!'e"tfi hv Miss Blr "df "df-na
na "df-na Waterman. The hteh school
"orchestra will he directed bv
Gilberto A. Perez.
The program will conclude
with a four-scene tableau based
on the Nativity.
Ford Gift to U. of Michigan
Is $6.5 Million, 210 Acres
DETROIT, Dec. 18 (UP) A
Ford Motor Co. offer of 210 acres
and $6.5 million to the University
of Michigan to establish a Dear Dearborn
born Dearborn Branch has been tentatively
accepted by the university's Board
The offer was made yesterday
by the Ford Motor Co. fund which
will give the money and the com company
pany company which will give the land.
Dr. Harlan H. Hatcher, Univer
sity president, said the, Offer had
been accepter! by the Regents
"contingent on the state's willing willingness.
ness. willingness. He said they would "do much to
help meet an impending emergen
Icy in higher education in Michi
"If adequate appropriations are
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build classroom buildings to hold
2,700 students and the universi university
ty university would have the use of Fair
Lane, Henry Ford's former
home and now the home of the
Hatch -r said the company was
"JNUUIN, uec. is ,ur, -oomt
body stole all the prize ribbon
LONDON, Dec. 18 (UP) -Some
Itroin tne cages oi winning caii
at the annual National Cat Show
1 M.l I r-4- Chn...
The culprit was easily found,
i Officials spotted one cage so
plastered with ribbons they could
! not see the cat.
When the officials complained
the owner, whose cat had failed
to win a prize, dumped a can of
eat food over the head of one of
I the judges.
Knew Nags'd Win
LONDON, Dec. 18 (UP)-Brew
ers who have been using their
may nuiatrs Hiuaiij iwi
nnmnses t.n advertise their prod
ucts put them back in harness to
day because of gasoline rationing,
FOR SALE: New mutt tell
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: Stamp collection.
Mint fir Used Appro. 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 decoretions and
lights for homes, stores, clubs
and organizations. Amesican
supply Co., "J" St. No. 13 0.
FOR SALE: Blonde RCA
consolette 21 in. T.V. five
months old. $250.00. House 1550
Apt. I Gavilan Rd.
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, mitts, bells bats,
etc., underwater equipment.
Rubbers for Arbaleti guns,
trailers, hitches, tractors and
bumper clamps and Trailers
Calcutta rad's, ALBERNATY
SPORTING GOODS. Open till
FOR SALE: Boy's and girl's
bike. Call 2-3272 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Ninjo and case,
electric train, boy's boxing gloves,
football helmet and shoulder
pads. Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE : Boy's 26" bicycle,
completely reconditioned and
painted, $25. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: Large Lionel train,
3 engines recently overhauled at
factory. Many pieces special e e-quipment.
quipment. e-quipment. Cheap 791 -D Taver Taver-nilla
nilla Taver-nilla St., Balboa. Phone 2-3210.
asked for help in setting up the
center after "studies indicated
Dearborn as a logical location for
a new center to meet the need for
more college-trained graduates in
Henry Ford I, President of Ford
Motor, said "the University's far-
sighted proposal to establish a
center offers our company a
means for expressing positively
our .belief in industry's responsibi responsibility
lity responsibility to education.
"Ford feels fortunate in being
able to join In this practical attack
on the problem of a more ade adequate
quate adequate system of higher education.
We confidently expect that other
private sources will join forces In
making this new college one of the
finest educational centers in the
Records Were Taken
After Patient Died
lury Wonders 'Why'
SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Dec. 18
tUPl A arand jury will inves
tigate the death by infection of a
hospital patient whose medical
A coroner's jury ruled Saturday
nirht that, James C. Sampers, 55,
Storm Lake, Iowa, "met hi? death
under unusual circumstances."
"There is evidence of negligence
i rffi i t t warrant" ar invest!
gation by the grand jury, the
three-man group said.
The juey was told some of the
medical records of the patient
were stolen between his operation
on Dec. 3 and his death Dec. 8.
A police official testified that
Sioux City Osteopathic Hospital
authorities informed him of the
theft the day of Sampers' death
The missing items included
nurses' notes, hospitalization his
tory. an operation procedures
r-hart and a progress sheet
Police said inquest testimony In Indicated
dicated Indicated "that infection was pres pres-en
en pres-en three or four days and shoult
readily ascertainable (UP) The Pennsylvania Rall Rall-who
who Rall-who knew anything; road will offer movies to pa pa-Itrons
Itrons pa-Itrons on two of its commuter
trains this week. A 16-minute
- J by anyone
.the finest gifts are
FOR SALE:- 1955 Chevrolet
Bel Air, Two tone, wt tires,
radio, power glide. Excellent
condition. $1690. Navy 3171 (Res.)
Balboa 1500 (office).
FOR SALE: 1955 Rambler au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission air con condition
dition condition continental kit. Phone La La-cona
cona La-cona 3855, business 86-3257 S S-Sgt.
Sgt. S-Sgt. Evans.
FOR SALE. 1948 Studebaker
Coupe, $125. Call Balboa 1840
between 5:30 aed 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker
President Hardtop "Skyhawk,"
6000 miles, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, wsw tires, radio, etc.
Phone Balboa 1716.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Sacrifice 15' boat
'with trailer, excellent condition.
5712-A, Diabloi 2-4131.
Schedule Set For
US Schools Xmas
The schedule for the annual
programs of Christmas carols at
U.S. elementary schools In the
Canal Zone tomorrow, Thursday
ana Friday, was released yester yesterday
day yesterday by Sigurd E. Esser, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of schools.
Tomorrow's schedule Is:
Ancon, grades 1-8 at 2:30 p.m..
North Margarita kindergarten
at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. South Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, grades 1-6 at 10 a.m. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Elementary, grades 1-3 at
8:30 a.m. Cristobal Elementary,
grades Kg-6 at 10 a.m.
Thursday : Pedro Miguel,
grades Kg-2 at 9:15 a.m. Gatun,
grades Kg-6 at 10 a.m.
Friday: Gamboa, grades Kg-6
at 10:30 a.m. In the Civic Cen Center.
ter. Center. Esles Thinks Demo
Can Still Work
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kefauver said today he
thinks a proposed National Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Advisory Committee can
sun perform valuable service'
even though Democratic congres
sionai leaders nave refused to
serve on it.
The Tennessee Democrat, his
party's 1956 vice presidential nom nominee,
inee, nominee, has accepted appointment to
the proposed 20-member group.
Only seven others, including for former
mer former President Truman and Adlai
E.' ftevenson, the party's presiden
tial nominee In 1952 and 1956,
have also agreed to serve.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon 3. ohnson and Speaker Sam
Rayburn and other Democratic
house leaders have refused invita invitations
tions invitations to be on the committee.
Chairmah Paul M. Butler of the
Democratic National Committee,
who named the 20, scheduled a
new conference for today to dis
cuss tne luture of the group in the
ugnt oi me reouiis irom Congress.
The executive committee of the
national committee proposed set
ting up the advisory group. It was
Intended, at least in part, to press
for a liberal program in Congress
I 1 Li 1 ... i
wnere unservauve ana miaaie-01-the
road Southerners have a dom dominant
inant dominant voice.
No Tom Collins,
BATON ROUGE, La Dec. 18
(UP) Tom Collins was charged
today with clouting his drinking
partner, Arthur Matthews, on the
neaa witn a naif-lined wine jug
"because Matthews hit me six
rr's 16 mm
JERSEY CITY. N.J.. Dec
film will be shown to about 650
commuters explaining why the
railroad wants to consolidate the
two trains Into one.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARNETT & DUNN
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedfoeM apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51tt- Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 er
FOR RENT: From January
first 1957. Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments in buidling
being constructed. "J" street
El Cangrejo. $80.00. Telephone
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, dining room,
spacious kitchen, laundry room,
clothes lines and maid's room.
Cangrejo. Phone 3-4641 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment independent. House 27-43
street, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedrooms chalet. All conveni conveniences
ences conveniences (garage.) 148 Via Beii Beii-sario
sario Beii-sario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 166 Via Belisarie Porras.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Hot water, maid's room.
"L" Street No. 23, second floor.
El Cangrejo. Phone 2 0487, 3 3-6523.
6523. 3-6523. FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartments: living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. 4th of July Ave. No. Tl-3-52,
facing entrance to Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights. Inquire same build building
ing building 1 1 to 1 2 and 5 to 6 p.m. or
Visit Panama Plant
Nineteen members of the Diablo
camera Club enjoyed a wrototfra
phic field trip to the Coca Cola
bottling plant in Panama Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The visit was one in a series
of trips to manufacturing plants in
Panama to afford the photograph photographers
ers photographers the chance to view and photo
graph local activities. Jack Stich
and Hector Harrison conducted the
group through the plant.
The Club's monthly color slide
meeting will be held Thursday at
the meeting room at 5030 Hains
Street in Diablo Heights. Competi Competition
tion Competition subject for members in the
monthly slide competition will be
"Portraits and Closeups." The fea
ture of the evening's program will
be a piesentation of color slides
by Norma and Neil Belland of Cris
The show will cover ageneral
panorama of Panama, and the sec second
ond second portion will feature plant life.
Guests are cordially invited to
the meeting which commences at
A field trip is planned for Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Dec. 29 to Madden dam,
and a three-day trip to Quito, E E-cuador,
cuador, E-cuador, on Feb. 22, 23, ami 24.
Negro Challenges Color Bar
At U of Georgid Law School
ATLANTA, Dec. 18 (UP) I holds degrees from two Negro
Attorneys lor Horace wara, who
is cnauenging ueorgia s par a-
galnst admitting Negroes to tne
state University Law School,
called more witnesses today in
an aittempt to prove discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination against him.
It opened yesterday with tes testimony
timony testimony by Georgia education of officials
ficials officials that Ward had not met
entrance requirements of the
all-white school when he applied
six years ago.
State lawyers including At Attorney
torney Attorney General Eugene Cook, an
outspoken segregationist, will
seek to defend Georgia's Uni University
versity University color barrier against the
legal afttack by Ward, a 29-year-
old school teacher.
The existence of the Univer University
sity University of Georgia and the Law
School as state-supported in institutions
stitutions institutions were technically at
stake. Under a law passed aft after
er after Ward's ease arose, state
funds would be cut off if he
Dr. J. L. Hosch, law school
dean and chairman of a com committee
mittee committee formed to cons ider
Ward's application, maintained
the Negro did not display the
personal qualities considered de desirable
sirable desirable in prospective law stu students.
dents. students. Hosch said that Ward gave
evasive answers about his finan financial
cial financial status and employment dur-
!ing a two-hour appearance be before
fore before the examining committee.
Hosch admitted the commit committee
tee committee paid little attention to
i Ward's scholastic record. He
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ATLANTA, Dec. 18 (UP) State
Revenue asents were scheduler to
day to examine with court permis
sion tne nnanciai records of the
NAACP s Georgia operations.
The examination beean Fridav
following a sensational day in
court during which the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People was ordered by
fulton Superior Judge Durwood
Pye to divulge its records to state
Agents were interested todav in
financial records held by the Cit
izens Trust Bank, a Negro finan
cial institution of which L. D. Mil
ton, treasurer of the Atlanta
NAACP branch, Is president.
Judge Pye fined the NAACP
$25,000 Friday and ordered John
H. Calhoun, president of the
branch, to jail immediately for
failing to produce records. Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun was released after several
hours when agents began their ex examination.
amination. examination. Both Milton and Mrs. Ruby
Hurley, southeastern director,
were ordered to produce addition
al documents. Mrs. Hurley has
until tomorrow to comply.
Calhoun was released temporar temporarily
ily temporarily after W. E. Strickland, head
of the Revenue Department's de
linquent tax unit, said it would
be a physical impossibility to
examine all records in the head
quarters Friday night.
Judge Pye indicated he would
reduce the $25,000 fine if all the
documents were produced satis
Calhoun was released on an or
der signed by the judge late Fri
day with the stipulation that he
would be brought back to the
county jail if the records are not
satisfactory to revenue agents.
A. T. Walden, veteran Atlanta
NAACP attorney, said he would
file appeals to the Georgia Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court to stay the $25,000
fine and the order to produce re records
cords records of MiltOn and Mrs. Hurley.
An appeal will also be filed on
the 12-month suspended jair sen sentence
tence sentence given to Calhoun, Walden
institutions, Morehouse college
and Atlanta University. The law
school's minimum requirement is
two years of undergraduate
Federal Judge Frank Hooper
said the only issue in the case,
considered one of the toughest
segregation tests in the Sooth,
was whether Ward's applica applica-t
t applica-t on was denied in a "discrim "discriminatory
inatory "discriminatory manner."
University 'president O. C
Aderhold acknowledged that
Ward's application was handled
"differently," and chairman
Robert O. Arnold of the state
university system's board of re-.
gents testified he would abide'
by the state's segregation law.
Hooper Indicated that If Ward
can prove he was denied admis-!
sion solely because of race he j
will order university officials to
reconsider his application on a!
basis of merit alone.
Admission requirements have
been raised since Ward first ap applied.
plied. applied. Transfer
TOLEDO, Ohio, Dec. 18 (UP)
Herbert Watson was arrested for
colliding with an automobile.
Police said Watson, 23, ignored
red light while running tor a
bus and bumped Into a car,
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Five JPs Accused Of Fixing
Traffic tickets Quit Jobs
RIVERHEAD, N.Y., Dec, 18
(UP) Five Suffolk County Jus Justices
tices Justices of the Peace accused of fix fixing
ing fixing traffic tickets for politicians
quit yesterday in face of an ex expected
pected expected court ruling on their be-
It was the "greatest mass res resignation
ignation resignation of justices in the whole
judicial history of this state,"
state investigation commission commissioner
er commissioner J. Irwin Shapiro said.
The justices had been among
165 Suffolk Counlty officials,
politicians and police named as
participants In a traffic ticket
fixing conspiracy Feb. 20.
Shapiro had taken charges of
corruption against the justices
to the Appellate Division of Su Su-nreme
nreme Su-nreme nourt. which has turls-
diAion over behavior of Justices
i of the Peace
The appellate division was ex
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"Coming on the eve of a deci decision
sion decision by the Appellate Division,"
Shapiro said, "these resigna resignations
tions resignations are merely a bow to .the
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Davis, H-Davis, Broo,k haven; Moses
Drake, Isllp; Clarence Duffleld,
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COLLEGE PARK, Md., Dec. 18
(UP) Two bandits tricked their
way into a bank cashier's apart apartment
ment apartment last night, watched a cops
and robbers movie on television
and then forced him to help rob
his own bank. .,..
The cashier, Donald Bishoff, 34.
told police he and hJwf1e,
Blanche, 27, were tied up and hew
at gun point for five hours. Tne
bandits then made him hand oyer
"thousands of dollars" from the
night depository of, the College
Park branch of the SuburDan
FSBIAgent Robert Lally esti estimated
mated estimated the loot at about $44,000.
Bank Manager William R. Read Reading
ing Reading explained that the night depos depository
itory depository wai swollen with Christmas
Lots Bandit In
Bishoff told police a tall, well well-dressed
dressed well-dressed man knocked on his apart apartment
ment apartment door at t:30 p.m. and said
he had rammed into Bishoff's car
which was parked outside. Bishoff
let the man in. The bandit drew a
gun and admitted a short, masked
ccomplice. The two men tied up
the. Bishoffs, who were clad in
The tall robber then switched on
the Bishoff's television set, ex explaining
plaining explaining that he wanted to watch
a "cops and robbers" movie.
The movie over, the two men
questioned Bishoff closely about
the layout of the bank and about
its burglar alarm systems. At one
point, the short bandit went out
for three cartons of coffee.
Police said the two roboers ap apparently
parently apparently wanted to postpone the
actual robbery until they were
sure the streets would be deserted.
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At about 2:30 a.m. Bishoff told
th tall bandit ordered
him to get dressed. He escorted
Bishoff to tne Danx, wnerc,
hoff said, he was forced to hand
over 25 money bags.
The short bandit stood guard
over Bishoffs wife. At one pohrt,
she said, her daughter, Dianne,
who was sleeping in tne nexi
room, cried out. She said the man
untied her and told her to talk the
child back to sleep.
The tall bandit ana uisnon re returned
turned returned to the apartment after the
rnhherv. The two men tied the
Bishoffs back to back with a fish
ing line, and then ripped the tele
phone from the wall.
The two bandits escaped in Bis
hoff's car. It was found abandoned
nearby a short while later.
Bishoff managed to work him
self partly free and to summon a
neighbor by banging on a wall
The neighbor called police.
Tony Steele Driving
While Drank, Picked
Up, Anita Goes Bail
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 18 (UP)
British actor Anthony Steele was
arrested on a misdemeanor drunk
driving charge early today and
spent four pre dawn hours in jail
before his wife, glamour queea
Anita Ekberg, bailed him out.
The statuesque Swedish actress,
sleepy, hair disheveled and wear wearing
ing wearing dark glasses, slacks and hid hiding
ing hiding her famous curves with what
one officer described as a "horse
blanket with sleeves," arrived at
the station at 5 a.m., following a
call by police.
West Los Angeles officers laid
Steele, 38, flunked a sobriety test
after they stopped him at 2:40
a. m. for allegedly driving nil
wife's Jaguar sport car at 50
mites an hour throuph thicx fog
that had cut visibility to 100 feet.
Miss Ekberg finally managed to
get her husband out on $263 bail
at 6:40 a.m. She was obviously
"unhappy" about the whole thing,
Officers said Steele admitted
having a icotch and soda at a
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP) (UP)-Pfesident
Pfesident (UP)-Pfesident Eisenhower wis re reelected
elected reelected to a second term today.
OH stuff? Not so.
The voters may win mey m m-ereced
ereced m-ereced Mr. Eisenhower and Rich Rich-a
a Rich-a u Mitnn nn Nov. 6. Actually
they merely chose 531 presidential
electors WnO met in Siaie tptw
today to cast their billots.
Eisenhower-Nixon, 457 electoral
Stevenson-Kefauver, 74 electoral
At custom dictates, the electors
voted the way the majority of peo people
ple people dM in their respective states
in the general election. Actually,
they could vote any way they
thy could vote any way they
wanted. However, there are few
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Let the people know the truth and the country is afe' Abraham Lincolr.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1956
Voted for Herm'n
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec. 18
4UP)A presidential elector
who signed the Democratic loy loyalty
alty loyalty oath bolted the party yes yesterday
terday yesterday and voted Instead for an
Alabama circuit judge and
Georgia's Sen. -elect Herman
W. F. Turner, IS, a Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery accountant, stirred
momentary consternation by
refusing to support Adlai Stev Stev-sttn
sttn Stev-sttn and gen. Estes Kefaaver
when the Alabama electoral
college mot to ratify the Nov.
Chairman Ben F. Ray com commented
mented commented that "this is just a rou routine
tine routine meeting," and Turner
thought to himself, he said later,-
"Yeah, that's what you
Turner then crossed out the
names of Stevenson and Kefau Kefau-ver
ver Kefau-ver on the prepared voting slips
and wrote the names of circuit
judge Walter B. Jones and Tal Talmadge
madge Talmadge for president and vice
"I didn't like the ticket there
because I felt that these two
men (Stevenson and Kefauver)
wore hell bent on stirring up
trouble. .even to using guns
and bayonets to enforce the anti-segregation
law," he said.
Another elector, H Tom Coch Cochran
ran Cochran of Mobile, reminded Turner
of the loyalty pledge he signed
in the Democratic primary last
spring but Ray supported Tur Tur-ner's
ner's Tur-ner's night to vote for whomever
The Alabam" Supreme Court
ruled in a 1949 case that a
presidential elector fa a free
agent despite being on a par party
ty party ticket and having signed a
Turner said he admired Judce
Jones, who presided over .the
fOpied cleanup trials at the one onetime
time onetime sin town of Phenix City, for
his record of upholding the law
"without fear or favor."
Russia laughs at U.N., Says French
Leader; Reds Told to Abandon Hungary
PARIS, Dec. 18 (UP)-French
Foreign Minister Christian Pl Pl-neau
neau Pl-neau urged today that Russia
get out of Hungary and let her
be a neutral country like Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. "Who could cla'm that Aus Austria
tria Austria threatens anyone? Yet
this country has re-discovered
the joy of living."
Pineau spoke at the opening
of a three-day foreign affairs
debate that opened with strong
criticism by everyone but the
communists of Russian action
and United Nations inaction in
Pineau said the UN was
"laughed at" by the Russians
and "proves that there exist two
weights and two measures
depending on whether its rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations are addressed to
democrats or dictators."
Christian Democrat Georges
Bidault, who was premier and
foreign minister early m the
postwar era, called for a re reform
form reform of the United Nations
and said "right now it is
nothing but a maker of collec collective
tive collective insecurity."
Once debate gets going on the
Middle East the French govern government
ment government and the United States are
expected to get plenty of lumps.
But the opening subject was
"The U.N. showed more inter interest
est interest for the difficulties of an
Egyptian dictator than for the
martyrdom of a whole people,"
"The North Atlantic Treaty
Organization in its turn brought
up the Hungarian problem but
without proposing a new solution
likely to end in anything.
"The French government feels
it is not necessary to abandon
the struggle, however, sterling it
MANCHESTER, N.H., Dec. 18
rUP) Air Force Set. Roy Bax
ter, 65, began a new six-year hitch
today. Baxter, the second oldest
enlisted man in the armed forces,
said, "I live the Air Force and I
won't say this is my last hitch."
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NEHRU WELCOMED TO WHITE HOUSE India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, who is
in Washington for a four day visit, is greeted by President Elsenhower outside the White
House. At left is Nehru's daughter, Mrs. Indira Oandi, and Mrs. Eisenhower.
NEHRU ARRIVES FOR VISIT -, Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru of India talks with Vke President "Richard Nixon (left)
after Nehru's arrival in Washington for four days of consulta consultation
tion consultation with President Eisenhower.
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But Don't Get the Hope Up High
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 18, fUP) -Setting
up a new tax-free state of
"Shasta" in the mountains of
northern California is easier said
The idea originated with resi
dents of the remote and thinly -populated
area who protest that
southerners in control of the Leg
islature are treating their region
uke a colony.
They want their eight counties
to secede from California and es establish
tablish establish a 49th state of Shasta.
There would be no income or
sales taxes and all revenue would
come from legalized gambling.
Such dreams are not new. New
states have been proposed by se secession
cession secession before but accomplished
only once. That was when West
Virginia split off from Virginia in
the turmoil of the Civil War peri period.
od. period. Barring open warfare, California
prooabiy will stay in one piece.
Under the U. S. Constitution a
new stte can't be formed out ot
an old one unless Congress and
the state Legislature approve.
There apparently isn't any way to
by pass this restriction.
In the case of West Virginia the
circumstances were unusual. A
convention appointed by the Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Legislature in Richmond
voted earlv in 1861 to secede and
ioin the Confederacy The issue
was out uo to the voters
But befone the votes could be
cast, the governor jumped the gun
and wined arms witn me reoeis.
This gave anti-slavry forces in
the western part ot the state an
excuse to set up tneir own govern government
ment government of "Kanawha" in protest.
President Abraham Lincoln re
roved the creation of the state of
est Virginia, and Lincoln pro
claimed its existence on April 20,
Texas presumably could split
four ways and form as many ad additional
ditional additional states. Congress okayed
the idea when it approved the ad admission
mission admission of Texas into the Union
in 1845. But it would require the
same procedure as a split of any
other state principally approval
of the Texas Legislature.
Let Sleeping Joe
Lie, Says Russia
MOSCOW, Dec. 18 (UP) -The
newspapei Evening Moscow
today squelched speculation that
that the mummified body of Stalin
may be removed from the Lenin Lenin-Stalin
Stalin Lenin-Stalin tomb in Red Square.
The paper said both Lenin and
Statin will continue to share the
tomb which is a major tourist
When the tomb was closed for
repairs two weeks ago, specula
tion rose that Stalin's body might
be removed in light of the cur
rent de-stalhtization program.
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Dec. 18
(UP) President Elsenhower and
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh Nehru
ru Nehru of India concluded their pri private
vate private talks at Mr. Eisenhower's
farm today and drove back to
The two-hour drive in a White
House limousine gave them a fi final
nal final opportunity for man-to-man
conversation on world problems.
They left the Eisenhower farm
Immediately after breakfast, at
Nehru will address the nation
by radio and television at 11:16
Nehru headed for a new round
of official functions starting
with a lunch to be irlven bv Vice
President Richard M. Nixon and
Mrs. Nixon. No further Eisenhower-Nehru
scheduled, but Presidential press
secretary James C. Hagerty said
more were quite possible beiore
Nehru leaves Thursday for New
Indian sources said Nehru
often a sharp critic of western
policies in the cold war was
"very pleased" with the infor informal
mal informal talks at the farm.
Neither Mr. Elsenhower nor
Nehru would say what they dis discussed
cussed discussed as they sat for hours in
the comfortable Eisenhower
country home or toured the his historic
toric historic Pennsylvania countryside.
They authorized their press sec
retaries to say only that tne
talks covered "many things in
the international field."
However., the leaders of the
world's two largest democracies
had included tne Middle East,
Eastern Europe, communist Chi
na, military pacts, disarmament
and colonialism in their talks.
I Army Cutting Division Strength by u;
No Regiments, Combat Units Instead
WASHINGTN, Dec. IS (UP)
Tne Army in the coming two
years will cut the size of most
oi its divisions by one-fourth as
part of an atomic age streamlin streamlining
ing streamlining program, Army sources dis
The reorganization plan, which
is still classified "secret," will re result
sult result in about 60,000 troops being
removed from the combat forces
of the Army. The Army feels,
however, that this reduction will
be more than offset by the
greater firepower of new wea
pons and the increased mobility
of tne reorganized divisions.
Under the reorganization,
the size of the 12 infantry div-
Poles Can Order
To Respect Them
WAR8AW, Dec. 18 (UP)-Rus-
sia's defense and foreign minis
ters were expected to fly back to
Moscow today after giving rebel
lious Poland a virtual veto pow power
er power over Soviet troops stationed
in that country.
The key phrase in the long a a-greement
greement a-greement read: "The movement
of Soviet troops outside their
bases will in every case require
the consent of the government
of the Polish peoples republic or
of Polish authorities with pow powers
ers powers vested in them by the government."
The agreement specified that
Soviet troops in Poland "must
respect and observe the regu regulations
lations regulations laid down by the Polish
It all added up to as iron-clad
a set of written guarantees of
Soviet non-interference as Po
land's new leader Wladyslaw Go Go-mulka
mulka Go-mulka could ask.
80th UN Member
isions wia be cut from the
present 17,000-man strength tt
about 13,500. The two airborne
divisions, now numbering 17, 17,-500
500 17,-500 men, will be cut even
sharper 4o about 11J500 men.
The three armored divisions
with 14,500 men apiece, will be
only slightly reduced in
The overhaul will start with
Army divisions stationed In this
country so as not to reduce the
combat readiness of the Army
too greatly during the reshuffle.
The streamlining Is scheduled to
be completed by mid-1958.
The streamlining is desljmed
to giVe Army divisions a mobili mobility
ty mobility and flexibility necessary for
combat on an atomic battlefield.
As viewed by Army planners,
ground warfare in the atomic
age will be widely dispersed and
fought by small units that quick
ly assemble for a break breakthrough
through breakthrough and then scatter arain
so as not to present a profitable
Instead of the traditional
division organization of three
regiments, the division will be
made up of five combat groups,
each a self-contained force di directly
rectly directly responsible to the divi division
sion division commander.
While the reorganization calls
for about a 60,000-man cut in
the combat forces, Army sources
cautioned this does not mean
there will be a corresponding re reduction
duction reduction in overall Army strength.
Some of the reduction will be
May Set Off Race
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 18 (UP)
Qualified Argentine sources
said today Brazil's purchase of a
British aircraft carrier may
touch off a mild armaments
race between the leading South
Purchase of the aircraft car carrier
rier carrier Vengeance was announced
" 'daily by Brazil lasit Friday,
Argentine Vice President
r Adm. Isaac F. Rojas said
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Dec.
18 (UP) The general assembly
adds Japan to its list of membe
nations today, bringing 90 milliot "'B .nrn
S.. Ti;-j v i earlier the Argentine govern
Uons ment had decided to, purchase
More than two-thirds of the 79 thil hl l oWaff
members, including the United. has sought an aircraft
States and the Soviet U n i o n, i J smftf navv for
sponsored the resolution formal! Slma Ri-aail and Chile
calling oh the assembly to make Ig5"' PtudPi:l.'
Japan the United Nation's 80th, I
mimhor in nmaluii v sacnrino "" J u
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carriers have replaced
offset by greater strength in
corps service troops that will
supply the streamlined divisions.
In addition, the Army has an
ever increasing demand for anti-aircraft
missile men for air
defense of the nation's key tar targets.
gets. targets. The Army has been under
pressure for several North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Alliance countries to make
up its mind about the reorgani reorganization,
zation, reorganization, which has been under
study for a number of years. Tne
NATO countries wanted to reor reorganize
ganize reorganize their own divisions but
first wanted the U.S. Army to
chart the course. The streamlin streamlining
ing streamlining plans were laid before the
WesterlMftirope countries at the
NATO council meeting last week.
Boys 7, Girls 2
Seven boys and two girls were
born at Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the week which ended at
midnight last Wednesday. Dur During
ing During the same period, 63 patients
were admitted to the hospital
and 69 discharged.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following parents of United states
Lt. and Mrs. Douglas Farr, of
Fort Davis, son; ET-1 and Mrs.
Robert Gupton, of Coco Solito,
daughter; SP-3 and Mrs. Robert
Parker, of Coco Solito, daughter;
and SFC and Mrs. Leland Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, of Fort Davis, son.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following Panamanian parents:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alfred,
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Cockburn, of Rainbow City, son;
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cumber-
batch, of Rainbow City, son; Mr.
and Mrs. George Pascal, of Co
lon, son; and Mr .and Mrs. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Agard, of Rainbow City,
Dutch Luxury Liner
Towed Info Harbor
After Near Disaster
The security council unanimous
ly recommended Japan's member
ship last week.
The Soviet' Union, which block
ed Japan's entry for four years,
withdrew its opposition this fa'l
with the signing of an end of war
agreement which normalized rela
tions between the two countries for
the first time since World War II.
No Castles In Air
But Hero's Home
CAVAN, Ireland. Dec. 18 (UP)
Irish on who claim the father of
the U.S. Ni.vy as their own areued
today about the birthplace of Gen.
Tht Cavan County Council ask
ed the United States statue to the
Civil War hero.
But there's the rub. East Cavan
said he was born near Virginia.
Ireland. West Cavan said he was
born in a place called Stramorth.
Actually, says the Encyclopedia
Britannica, he was born March 6,
1831 in Albany, N.Y. of parents
who recently had immigrated
HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 18 (UP)
City officials will have to use can
dles if they want the Christmas
trees along Hollywood Blvd. to
glow this year. After the giant
bulb-laden trees were put up, it
was discovered that workmen, in
paving the boulevard, had covered
up the lighting system..
Louis. Up for the Count, is Feeling
Knockout Wallops of Tax Bureau
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18, (UP)
A driver training school has
had its license revoked because
it gave students too much serv service.
ice. service. The department of motor
vehicles said the school gave the
eegetoed the new government andi&tudents pencils with answers to (
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP)
The U.S. tax cturt has ruled that
trust funds set up for the two chil
dren of ex-Heavyweight Champion
Joe Louis must be used to pay
part of the $1,199,437 he owes in
back income taxes.
The court said the funds were
established at a time when Louis
already was deeply in debt to the
internal revenue service.
Judge AUin H. Pierce, in an opi opinion
nion opinion handed down yesterday, trac traced
ed traced the financial rise and fall of
the popular former champion.
Tht judo et'inated that dur during
ing during Louis' long reign as cham champion
pion champion from 137 to 1948 he made
mere than $4.6 million. But when
Louis retired, the judge said, he
was half a million dollars in debt.
Judge Pierce included in his opi-
it was permitted to send senators' the driver's tests printed on j nion letter from one of Louis' at-
to Congress. Later, Congress ap-thern.
terneys and a statement oa the I
Brown Bomber's financial status.
The letter said in part:
"He has made large sums and
he has spent them. Where and
how wi do not completely know
because Louis himself d o e s n't
have this knowledge.
"At en early age he wat school schooled
ed schooled in profligacy Instead of thrift.
From the age of If en, ho was
surrounded by men of wealth
who made money quickly and
easily and spent H rho same
"During his championship peri period,
od, period, no brakes wer applied to his
While the government frequent frequently
ly frequently makes compromise settlements
with delinquent taxpayers, Louis
has failed in five attempts to reach
some sort of agreement with the
Internal Revenue service.
ships in importance in modern
The 19,000-ton 'Vengeance will
be renamed Minas Gerais by
Brazil. News of Its purchase and
pictures of the carrier with its
35 planes were prominently dis displayed
played displayed on the front pages of
most Buenos Aires dailies yesterday.
Van Found Dead
ROTTERDAM, Dec. 18 (UP) -The
15.8 million dollar Dutch liner
Staiendam, which came near dis disaster
aster disaster yesterday when its engines
failed their performance tests,
moved into harbor today at the
end of a towline.
The tugs that rescued the 500 500-foot
foot 500-foot liner from the gale-whipped
North Sea last night toWed it, to
the shipyard in nearby Schiedam,
where it was built.
It was not certain whether the
ship would be ready to enter the
North Atlantic service on Feb. 6,
the date scheduled for its maiden
"J.C.A. Van Galen, a director of
the Schiedam hsipyards who was
aboard the Statendam on its trial
run, said the trouble that cripo'ed
JERUSALEM, Israel, Dec. 18 'the ship was not in the enp'nes
oui in me transmission
(UP) University students yester yesterday
day yesterday found the bones of a 50,000-year-old
Paleolithic man in a pre
historic cave south of Haifa on
encased in the jawbone.
They said some teeth still were
encased in the jawbone.
The cave also contained animal
bones and fireplaces. Samples of
the find will be sent to the United
States for age-determinatlon tests.
"When the gearing trouble was
discovered by a humming sound in
the engine room, we thought it
wiser to slow down the engines
and call for assistance," he said.
"There was no danger at all.
Outside the engine room, nobody
noticed anything wrong. The ship
remained very steady despite
New Triumphs JfltdjSmv e
for JraM W" C'rcu' Centro
As our fresidenle, Mr. Al Dalf, recently declared,
UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL has continued to excel each
year, and 1957 will be, without doubt, one of the most bril brilliant
liant brilliant in our history. We will have pictures of great artistic
quality which will delight the public, and expect to release
shortly WRlTTkN ON THE WIND with Rock Hudson, Lau Lauren
ren Lauren Bacall, Robert Stactt, Dorothy Mslone, UNGUARDED
MOMENT with Esther Williams, George Nader, John Scxon,
THE GREAT MAN with Jose Ferrer, Julie London, and BAT BATTLE
TLE BATTLE HYMN with Rock Hudson, Martha Hyer and Dan Dur Dur-yea.
yea. Dur-yea. It is promising and pleasing to be able to announce the
exhibition of pictures of such high value and quality as
that which he CIRCUITO CENTRAL will present this year.
In assorted n wi th UNIVERSAL FILMS. The year 1957
will brine new triumphs for hath.. 1 .: : .;