The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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Santa Claus after the Chief Executive pressed a button, lighting up the National Community
Christmas tree on the Whtte House grounds. l.

In Prison: Concert

JOLIET, 111., Dec. 24 (UP) -An

inmate of Stateville penitentiary
near here will give a Christmas
dav accordion recital for his par

ents to prove he could do "some

thing worthwhile.

Theodore R. Heflin, 25, was

granted permission by Warden ito show his parents that "you can
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP) Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon said today Hungary's fight for freedom
has handed international Communism a blow "fr
it cannot recover."
The Vice-President's statement was made at the air airport
port airport on his return from Austria where he personally in inspected
spected inspected the plight of Hungarian refugees.
He returned convinced that America "must do mora"
to help the refugees.
Nixon's plane landed at 8:55 a.m. Mrs. Nixon and
their two daughters were on hand to give him a joyous
Christmas Eve "welcome home."

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The Pope, who took office short

ly before Hitler's panzer divisions
rumbled into Poland to start

World War II, made it clear that
he believes peace can be saved

if the Free World acts in concert

But he criticized the western ac activities
tivities activities in the Middle East in re recent
cent recent weeks and he c hided the

weak western approach to the

Hungarian crisis in the faee of so
viet aggression,
U. N. Police Fore

He said the United Nations
should have a right to send an

effective police force to any coun

try invaded by a foreign army.

Any nation refusing to admit U.N.

observers, as the puppet Hungar

ian government has done, should
be "denied the exercise of thlr

rights as U. N, members."

. A Vatican sourc said later that

the Pope meant by this that both
Russia and Hungary should be

punished by United Nations sane

tions for refusing to permit world

representatives to visit Budapest

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make her annual Christmas ad

dress to the British Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth today from Sandringham

where she is spending the holidays

wuh her family.
Th Duke of Edinburgh, en
root homo from the Olympic
games in Melbourne, was to
spook to the family of nations
from the royal yacht just before
th,t Queen made her annual
spoech.

Prince Charles, suffering from a

slight eold. was being kept inside

He staved home yesterday while

the royal family, including his sis

ter Princess Anne, attended

church services.

The Royal Family gathers to-

nieht around the great tree at

Sandringham there, servants of
the country house will receive

eifts along with Charles and Anne

On Christmas morning the family

will attend church services again.

Israeli Christians Cross Border
To Jerusalem For Annual Pilgrimage

JERUSALEM, Dec. 24 (UP) (UP)-The
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tians Christians began crossinn the border
of thta divided city today for
their annual 36-hour pilgrimage
to Christ's birthplace in the

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ance alliance of free nations which would

prove a deterrent to Russian tanks

and atomic weapons while at the
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SAIGON, Viotnem, Doc. 24
(UP) President Ngo Dlnh
Diem expressed hope today that
Christmas will foreshadow the
"coming liberation" of all the
Vietnamese people from Com Communism.
munism. Communism. Diem, the Roman Catholic oresi-

dent of the non-Communisst half of

Vietnam, said in his Yule mes message,
sage, message, "in heart and in spirit I am
with all those less favored than
ourselves who are enslaved by
Communism.
"They suffer daily, physically
and spiritually, and yet have not
given up the fight for liberty.
"May the Christmas message
hold for all of them the promise
of coming liberation."

Diem, in this country where

thousands of Frenchmen still live
and hundreds of Americans are

serving on military and economic

missions, also addressed "friendly
wishes to all those foreigners, who,
sharing our hopes and destiny,
came to help us build free and

peaceful Vietnam.

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THE WONDER OF CHRISTMAS Albert Co bo looks at the glittering Christmas tree orna ornaments
ments ornaments with awe. He is one of some 140 children of ton Guachapalt Mission, who were given
Christmas parties by the Naval Officers' Wives Club.

Church of the Nativity in Beth

lenem.

The crosslne was made

through the Mandelbaum gate
which marks the 100-yard strip
of no-man's land between Israel
and Jordan territory. Barbed

wire and shell-shattered build buildings
ings buildings line the route between the
two border posts.

Each pilgrim was allowed one

Jordan pound ($2.80) by the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli government as a forelen

currency allocation for the trip.

Memuers or the consular eorm

will not make their annual pil pilgrimage
grimage pilgrimage to Bethlehem this vear

for the first time since the

state of Israel was founded in

1948 because of Jordanian re refusal
fusal refusal to allow British and French

diplomats to enter.

In protest other members of
the consular corps have boycot boycotted
ted boycotted the procession.
Instead they will take part In
Protestant services at the YMCA
In the Israeli-held new cltv and
attend midnight mass at the

Church of Dormition on Mount

Zion.
They will be joined by a num

ber of Israeli Christians who

have been refused entry visas for
Bethlehem by the Jordanian au

thorities. It is believed they were
barred because they are relatives

or Arab members of the Israeli
parliament and civil service.

in Israel the main center of

Christmas festivities Is in Naz Nazareth
areth Nazareth which is now largely an
Arab town.
A number of British and
French soldiers from Cyon
have arrived to spend their
Christmas leave in the Nazareth
district where Jesus spent his
childhood, preached and per performed
formed performed many miracles.
Old Man'll See;
Film Crew Here,
To Spin Cameras
It's a tuna boat and it's load loaded.
ed. loaded. But the cargo isn't fish.
It's cameras. And there are
also 11 cameramen aboard the
fisher Paramount now tied up
at a Balboa pier.
The lensmen are going to

shoot a lot of footage on the

Isthmus.
One of the actors they

brought with them gives a hint

of what they're about.
He's Spencer Tracy's double.

" we hear a great deal of talk
tnnav to the effect that m the

Hungarian refugees pose a aim aim-cult
cult aim-cult problem for the United
States and the free world, Nlx Nlx-r
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TamUvlnced, as a reenU
of a first-hand study of tne
situation that the courageous
opt. who fought for .free .free-dom
dom .free-dom in Hungary

considered a prooiem v.u,

International Comwwf ""
suffered a mor-
which it cannot recover.
"It has been exposed as a gi gigantic
gantic gigantic failure. For 10 years the
Communists had complete con con-trol
trol con-trol of Hungary. They concen concentrated
trated concentrated their efforts on the Intel Intellectuals,
lectuals, Intellectuals, students and the work work-era
era work-era "However, It was these three
groups who led the revolt against

them."

N'xon flew to Austria last
Tuesday at President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's direction to make a
first-hand inspection of the
refugee situation and to deter determine
mine determine whether the United
States should make a greater
effort to help those who fled
from Communist brutality.

1. That this country admit a

shamlv increased number of

Hungarian refugees.
2. That it overhaul its immi immigration
gration immigration lawg to simplify admis admission
sion admission procedures should there be
future revolutions in other sa satellite
tellite satellite nations creating a simi similar
lar similar refugee problem.
Nixon plans to convene the
Presidential commission on

Hungarian refugee problems lat later
er later this week. The United States
so far has agreed to accept 21, 21,-500
500 21,-500 escaped Hungarians.
Nixon's four-day trip to Aus Austria
tria Austria dramatized this country's
concern over the plight of the
refugees. During his tr p, he
inspected refugee campa, talk talked
ed talked with refugees, entertained
refugee children at a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party and on Friday made
a secret, pre-dawn visit to the
border area where many of
the Hungarians have fled in into
to into Austria.
. He also conferred with Aus Austrian
trian Austrian chancellor Julius Raab and
other Austr an officials

Hungarian Family
With II Kids Make
It On Second Try

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LAUSANNE, Dec. 24 (UP) A
45-year-old Swiss tuvchnW.
riLiiefthu ,un,cs th won
t0 ,hlt aU thermonu thermonuclear
clear thermonuclear experiments.
Prof. Alfred Nahon said he
will begin his "limitless Vnd to total
tal total fast" tonight to awaken "the
conscience of all religious, mo moral
ral moral philosophic and sclentlfle
leaders."
Nahon is president of the In International
ternational International Anti-Atomic League
for the Protection of Life, exe executive
cutive executive member of the republie
of world citizens and president
of the world Interplanetary as association.
sociation. association. He had attracted attention
earlier with his demand for "a
dignified reception" of visitors
from Mars reaching the earth in
flying saucers.

VIENNA, Dec. 24 (UP) A Bu

dapest radio last night read a
batch of Christmas messages from
refugees which it claimed were
addressed originally to Radio Free
Europe.
The first message read:
"We are happy to tell you that
we have arrived safely in the free
world. . we shall b leaving in

two days for Canada."

The government-controlled radio
said that the family greetings from

Hungarians who "chose freedom"

reached Budapest apparently be because
cause because of some mistake by the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian post office. It said they were
originally ad .tressed to Radio Free
Europe, the American operated
radio station which beams news
of the free world behind the Iron
Curtain.
T o radio said it decided to
road the messages anyway "bo "bo-cause
cause "bo-cause it is Christmas- and fami

lies in Hungary warn to knew a
bout their relatives."

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Off-the-Sboulder
Shot Changed
LONDON, Dec. 24 (UP) The
Duchess of Kent ordered a dress
painted on the bare shoulders of
her daughter Princess Alexandra
in birthday pictures released to today.
day. today. The pictures made the prin princess
cess princess look as if she was in her
birthday suit.
The princess, who will be 30
years old on Christmas day, wore a
perfectly proper strapless, off-the-shoulder
evening gown when the
official pictures were taken. But
one picture was cropped off at the
shoulder and there was no sign ot
a dress in that shot.
The London Daily Herald pub published
lished published both the original and tha re

touched version today.



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PETITION TO THE PRESIDENT
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In connection with the recent cancellation of commissary,
poet office, gas station, and other privileges to retired U.S. clti clti-n
n clti-n employes, there has been a lot of wailing, wetping ahd
cussing, Which will get all of you nowhere. Action can be se secured
cured secured only if you organic and petition the Government for
relief. t
Article I of the Constitution grants you the privilege of
petitioning the Government. By Executive Agreement with the
President of the Republic of Panama, which can be performed
without congressional action and further red tape our presl presl-.dunt
.dunt presl-.dunt ..n .aiiiiv ana Permanently grant you the relief you re

quest, if the evidence presented convinces his Staff or the need
for same.
Congress is just, but is too slow and complicated. I be believe
lieve believe most of us have finally wised up to the feelings of our
State Department for the VJB. citizens of this area, and I sug suggest
gest suggest that we entirely circumvent their office.
Approval of our request for relief, by the Army, Navy, Air
force and Panama Canal Company, all of which I am sure will
approve, will carry much more weight than the State Depart Department.
ment. Department. As e hafe no right to question I country's actions Against
Its Own citizens, and ih view of Panama s derision to refuse
these nrlvlieges to its own citizens, we should confine ourselves
to relief fOf "retired U.S. citizen employes, andOr their benefit
claries." I suggest either of two methods:
1. Have a legallyworded petition drawn up, by One or
more Of the loe&lly-retired attorneys. Have retired per
sonnel Station themselves ih every clubhouse, garage,
gas station, theater, commissary Or office, in the canal
Zone and request signatures from every adult U.B. clti
ten employe Or resident M this area, Or
I Prepare a legally-worded petition, in the form of a two two-part
part two-part postcard to be mailed to every post office box in
the Zone. One part of the card to explain the relief
desired, Its need, etc., and the other part to be filled
in and signed by the party concerned and returned to
the committee. This second Procedure however will
probably Involve an outlay Of arOund 800 for printlhg,
postage, etc.
I am not sure that the military personnel would be inter interested.
ested. interested. However their are at least MOO U.S. citizen civilian em em-eioves
eioves em-eioves or residents in the Zone. I am rure that a petition with

6600 Signatures, pushed by the local labor unions, and t

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Labor News

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Comment

rhe Real Suez Salvage Problem

Congressmen, would secure fast results in Presidential

While on the subject of labor union support, l. would not
blame the labOr unions if they failed to be fhthuSlaStlt i over
our project, estimate that not over 200 retired toertonnll in
Jm. ?' 0. vor heiniMPri tn .i '.oral U.S. labor union.

sdtmei but o of tne pteli!ft woriing personnel.

If in the past you haven't been willing to fight for your
own rights, I wouldn't blame a union fbr not now fighting for
yU. Vou had "millions for Cadillacs, but not One cftnt for the
union."
Accordingly, now you are in trouble and probably Will have
to do your fighting mostly by yourselves.
As I Stated before, wailing, weepin? and cussing, will git
you nowhere. Ih this present day and age, organization and
petition itt a matt, is your ohiy recour.. I sure hope you ao.
Get Organized

PANAMA PRICKS

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A good example of the way 1ft which Panama merchants
cause ill-Will IS Shown By the prices Charged fOr a certain US-
mAi PanamfXt alvextises this kit at $49.. The same day
the very same movie camera was advertised in the Satur
day Evening Post for $34.90.
I agree there mould be some difference in price due to
import duties, but I think everyone Will agree with me that
this merchant Is downright grfeedy. No customer would willing willingly
ly willingly trade with such an operator. -I am sending his ad to the
camera manufacturer ih the States, and also to my senator,
One Who Will Not Shop In Panama

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Lucky Luciano finally is wiling
to turn In bit nickname for a vist.
He has been trying to sell wheat
in Italy isstsui st running rye
back here, and now the only thing
the ex-vice king wants to proem
is a passport out of exile. So he
and some of his boys a smooth
dozen deported racketeers having
heard of this civil liberties thing

in me u.t., nave aispaicnei a pe petition
tition petition to President Eisenhower to

let them come back home.
I don't quite know who in the

Wnite House decided to keep the

petition as a souvenir of these
quixotic days but the document
never did get to the Justice Dept.
So the old mobsters will just have
to toil the rest of their days is the
salt mines, the cafes and night
spots of Capri, Naples and Rome.
This may not be durance vile
but ws can understand tholr eag eagerness
erness eagerness to got homo. Never were
things so wide open In the U.S.
as they are today. Never were
the crime fighters to hamstrung.
The other day we chronicled

here that the New York City Anti-

crime Committee passed quietly
into history because the Big Town
couldn't raise the equivalent of

some two pennies a day per citiz citizen
en citizen a year. Now we find that While

we re not ready to sing requiem
for another investigating agency,

we may have to shortly after the

new Congress convenes.
For over a year now a sub-com

mittee of the Senate Government
Operations Committee has been

dispatching investigators all over

the U.S. This is the group direct-

ed by Boston's Robert Kennedy,
who is its chief counsel. There's
hardly a big city in which Kenne Kennedy's
dy's Kennedy's corporal's guard didn't un

cover monetary mayhem commit

ted on union treasuries, private
business and even government

operations.
Mr. Kennedy's committee Is
said to have hit pay dirt on espe

cially one secretary-treasurer of

national union and plans to teu it
to the nation, perhaps in January

under television Kieig lights if

possible. Kennedys suh committee

has enough money tor that and

probably enough to run into the

early part of the year. But alter
that it is as bankrupt as the mor morals
als morals of A French picture postcard
producer.
Washington circles, to use a

term meaning a handful of men

who find the time to interest them themselves
selves themselves in these things, are noW
organizing to make certain that
money is forthcoming. Let me add
that several of these are impor important
tant important labor leaders.
Thesa labor chiefs are also let

ting it bo known that the Sonsto

man, John Mc-

l bo eoneernod eoneernod-labor's
labor's eoneernod-labor's national

adership on this score. Tho top

AFL-CIO men are aware that
their new federation can be bad badly
ly badly smeared unless there Is an o
pen battle against the easy-mc-
oy crowd which pushed too hard
and grabbed too much and stir stirred
red stirred too rtitny scandals.
There is a general impression,

for example, that the looters oper

ate only in the big cities, mat s not
so.TJhly the other day in Scranton,
Pa., for example, a Federal Grand

Jury moved in on some business

and union men who htd their mitts

on a $33,000,000 Army Signal Corps
Depot construction JOb In the
western Poeones. The Federals in

dicted six meh. These included
three officers of the General Driv

ers Vnion, Local 229.

Tho chat-ups were extortion, brli

Bery and conspiracy to defraud the
government St the TObyhanfta pro project.
ject. project. There are at least so other
labor men being investigated now
bv Federei agents. Maybe th

Sbund ih each neighborhood IS

heard 'round the political world

But the collective noise could stir

tha npr.nle sooner or later.

This was realizeo by some of tn

labor chief: who gathered in wasn

ington last week for a meeting of

the FL-CIO Ethical Practices Com

mittee. they put together Sbme

minhtv tnuth reDorts On racke

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passed them on to the Jan. 28 ses
sion of the Executive Council.

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ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE
The triumph of talent over re rebuffs
buffs rebuffs appeals to romanticists, it
is a happy notion which has
beeii nourished by stagestruck
historians. The truth is, of

Sourse, that every neio oi en en-eavor
eavor en-eavor includes numerous indi

viduals endowed with skill wno
never rean the rewards they de

serve. Nevertheless, the theatri

cal success story constantly en enriches
riches enriches the folklore Of the arts. .
Back In 1936 a young man began
Writing plays, one of his Efforts
closed out of town in 1939. it was

not until 1943 that he autnorea

his initial Click: Tennessee Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' "The Glass Menagerie."
Never give tip, darnglY The
progression of Success is gener generally
ally generally more molaaSes thito.; light-

this tragedy between himself
and his mother and father."

ning.

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Amonr the theater's radiant

talents is Julie Harris. Not so
long ago, however, Julie had a
minor role (Very minor) in the
Old VIC'S version of "Oedipus.''
Her entire role consisted of
walking onstage and moaning.
Ofte evening she neglected to re

move her wnstwaicn during ner
big scene. Since the Greeks did
hot have wristwatches, Sir Lau
rence Olivier later admonished

ler. in his most elegant manner,
;ir Laurence informed JUlle:

"Well, my dear, you certainly

bitched tnat up." (Raman

Captur'ng an Instant of
beauty on canvas, transform transforming
ing transforming fragments of sound Into
enduring music, putting wings
on words and sending ideas
soaring these are the strange
and wonderful aspects of the
creative process. Occasionally,
something tragic and glowing
springs from darkness and a a-gony.
gony. a-gony. Mrs. Eugene 0'Nefll re recently
cently recently detailed the profound
personal experience which re resulted
sulted resulted in the playwright's
"Long Day's Journey Into
Night." She recalled: "He ex explained
plained explained to me that he had to
Write this play about his youth
and his family. It was a thing
AD WDALTER Winchell
that hannted him. He was be bedevilled
devilled bedevilled nto writing it. It was
something that came front
whatever It was that caused

First-nights are social events
for audiences. For performers
they represent an intense per personal
sonal personal crisis. Judy Garland re recently
cently recently described the emotional
turmoil that comes with pre premieres:
mieres: premieres: "80 you Work; work, work
to polish it up again and you try
and go on trying. On opening

nlgnt you are sure you are cra cra-v.
v. cra-v. YOu suffer and you writhe.

You know you are not going to

be able to sing a note, you Know,
nobody is going to like you. The
curtain goes up and you totter
oust age, haif-stupifiea with
nerves. You barely know what
you are doing. It isn't until that
first burst of applause cOmes

craShine-un that yodW-ktry re

lief. THey g5 On clapping aflfl
you're so happy you want to cry
and hug everyone down there.

Oddly, many actresses are

shy. When Judy Holliday pre

pared for her singing role in
"Bells Are Ringing" she insist insisted
ed insisted Oh singling for one person
at a time (she standing in a
corner), with her back toward
the listener. .NOW she Is
chanting and e n c h a ntlng
thousands.

The development of talent is a

fascinating plOt replete with
the suspenseful expectancy Of
unforeseen events, intensified
by countless dramatic incidents

...Eva Marie Saint was pain painfully
fully painfully shy, tens"e and self-cOh
scious when she joined the Ac Actors'
tors' Actors' gtucllo. "Showing any emo emo-tloh
tloh emo-tloh Was something to be asham ashamed
ed ashamed of for Ine," she has confessed.

Consequently, Lee Strasberg (the
Studio's chief) had her doing
silly thing-s. She was told to pick
mt favorite tree. Then she nad
to be that tree on stage, in front
of everybody. "It was just Silly
enough," Miss Saint declares, "to

shake me out of my dread of ap appearing
pearing appearing ridiculous in public."

What compels a performer to
endure the heartbreak and
frustration of the theater? It
is love usually a lifelong ro romance
mance romance with the audience.
As Shelley Winters (starring
Ih "Girls of Summer") has ex explained:
plained: explained: "Audience sound
sums up the difference between
acting in the theater and act acting
ing acting fn other mediums. It isn't
the demands that are so dif different.
ferent. different. It's the rewards. Every
now and then, when you're on
stage, you hear the best sound
a player can hear. It's a sound
of a wonderful, deep silence
that means you've hit then
where they live."

GOOSE BAY, Labrador -Arrived
at p.m. and almost immedi immediately
ately immediately began to wis.i I hadn't. Tem Temperature
perature Temperature was 20 degrees below se sere,
re, sere, which is not bad because we
were dressed for it. But inside a
big hangar where we staged our
first show it was 15 degrees above
and seemed colder than outside.
Men had been standing in the
hangar for three hours waiting for
us. (Our plane had been delated
u. New York, got into Goose Bay
three hours late.)
Somehow the girls were sble to
look nonchanlant parading across
stage with low-necked dresses. I
nearly froze watching them. I had
sneaked into a latrine long enough

to put on some long underwear. I
didn't tell anyone about this. It
made me ashamed to watch Lisa
Ferraday looking as if She were

in the tropics in a low-cut gown
I was wearing an overcoat back

stage. Our orchestra, The Jumping

jacks, were on the stage beside
her wearing parkas. Len Berge at
the piano put on gloves between

numbers. I ruled out the Arlene
Dahl nightgowns for the Hartford

models. But they did wear evening
gowns as if strolling down Park
Avenue in June.
Finally the Air Force brought up

a big gasoline heater used to warm

up engines and started it back backstage.
stage. backstage. It helped. You could come
back occasionally and warm your
hands. The audience, however,
didn't sit on its hands. The GI's
seemed to appreciate our coming
that distance. I was a lousy mas master
ter master of ceremonies. Couldn't really
blame it on the cold, felt foolish
introducing a lot of beautifu wom women.
en. women. In the middle, Clara Cedrone,
shivering in a flimsy dress, came
up and said: "Why did you ever
leave your nice farm in Mary Maryland?"
land?" Maryland?" I wondered myself.
EXPENSIVE INOW

Later, I felt ashamed. I learned

that Gen. Jim Knapp, commander

at Goose Bay, had been maroon

ed Considerably farther north, at

Frobisher. He had been up drop

ping Christmas trees and presents
on small isolated weather stations

where the men can't get away un

til spring. One of his engines conk conked
ed conked out. He finally got back just
before we left. General Knapp is
the kind of young officer who takes
his job seriously, so seriously that
he volunteered for an extra year

of duty in the Arctic.
After freezing in the hangar,
th cast had a beefsteak dinner
and felt better. It snowed a bit
outside beautiful against ths
Canadian pines, but expensive.
Col. William C. Armstrong, depu deputy
ty deputy commander, told mo that It
would cost about $1,250 to cloar
one inch of snow off the runways.
And it snSwl a total of about
125 inches every winter at Goose
bay, so you can figure out tho
east lo Undo Sam.

Men get groggy alter running
snowplows too long, the Colonel
explained. A sixhour shift is about
all they Can work. They get sort
of snow blind, and begin to pile
dp theif bulldozers. After two or
three weeks of snow, so much is
piled up that a bulldozer can't

push it out of the Way. All you

cab do is shovel it up and removal

it hy truck. I

Most people think that the chief I

expense of war or the defense

galdSt war Is in battleships,!

planes, or tanks; but it creeps into!
everything. For instance, when 111

isn i snowing, uoose nay nas a
other problem sand. The base

built on sand, and the sand starts!

blowing as soon as the ground!

maws, iney are now planting ryea

grass tc keep the sand in place.

The weather, however, is the!

greatest expense of all. Man's bat-l

the against the elements is oroba-

bly more severe than man's battle!

against other men. We passed

huge pile of sand. It was shoveled!
there, not blown there, to be used!
to sand the runways in case of ice J

colonel Armstrong explained thai

the sand hau to be heated. Heatl
ing pipes run all through the big!
pile so it won't freeze in advance!

of being scattered over the run-l

ways.

When we landed at the hangar!
I noticed fire trucks waiting lor!

us. They were not to welcome

or Because anyone inoucnt wa

were going to crash, but because

the fire sprinkler system in one

hanger had gone out of whack.

Fire is the greatest of all ha-

xards in the Arctic. If serious
fire gets started, there Isn't

much you caa do about it. Wa Water
ter Water freeies fast. At Seme bases

water is limited. It has to be

fireproof, reach a point Where

they ge up like magnesium. If
airplanes are ns-ido, several mil mil-Hon
Hon mil-Hon dollars worth of property
can go up In smoke.

That's why the fire engines werl

nanging around, also why even!
building is lined with little bucket

of water lor cigarette butts. Srhokl

ing in bed is one of the curses

me Arctic and nas caused mors

fires than almost anything else.

Left a 5:30 a.m. call for fhd

cast so we Could get off earhr foJ

Sondestrom in southern Greenland!

We didn't get to bed until 1 a.r
but everyone was a good sport i

bout the early call. Got to break!

fast right on time and down to thJ

plane and inside it right Oh time

Then we sat, and sat and sat. TwJ

engines wouldn't start. Again, Old

man weather!

New is
tho time
to forgot
about
business

and wish you all
the blessings
of CHRISTMAS
and
may the NEW YEAR
be as rich and full
as you have made
1956 for us.

GEO. F. NOVEY, INC

279 central Ave. a tel. s-eilo

Stardom represents the pinna pinnacle
cle pinnacle for performers. What does it
mean when aspirations are ful fulfilled?
filled? fulfilled? What happens when
dreams become reality?. Ohe
Week after Audrey Hepburn
opened in "Glgl" she was ele elevated
vated elevated to stardom. The day her
name autographed the marquee
she dashed across the street to
witness the magical moment.
When her name glowed, she
turned to a friend and sighed:
"Oh, dear, and I've still gOt to
learn how to act."

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France
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queen. East returned the king of
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Declarer next finessed the

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MAJOR SUNDBERG, WIFE AND DAUGHTER

New Salvation Army Leaders
Arrive, Take Over Command

The new Isthmian leaders of

The Salvation Army, Major and
Mrs. John A. Sundberg and
daughter arrived last week on
the Reina del pacifico to take
over the duties of The Salvation
Army Sectional Headquarters for

Panama. (
The major has spent many
years in the B.W.I, and Central
American territory, having work worked
ed worked in Cuba, British Honduras
and Bahamas. His last appoint appointment
ment appointment was in the Bahamas as
sectional officer where he
showed great interest in the
work among the blind. During

tne visit or princess Margaret to
Bahamas, her majesty com-

Colonel Who Took
Indonesian Govt.
Ignores Order

DJAKARTA, Dec, 24 (UP)-Col.
Maludin Simbolon, who rebelled
agaiast the Indonesian government
and seized control of north Suma Sumatra,
tra, Sumatra, refused today to obey an ord order
er order from Premier Ali Sastroamid Sastroamid-Jo
Jo Sastroamid-Jo to give up his army command.
The cabinet order said he was
discharged but Radio Medan, con controlled
trolled controlled by Simbolon, said today it
would have "no influence" on the
rebel government. v
Simbolon commands the First
Territorial Division in north and
central Sumatra.

mended him on his work at the
Blind School..
A public welcome for the Ma Major
jor Major and his family will be held
at The salvation Army Panama

Corps headquarters tomorrow at

H a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The Sundbergs also served in
the eastern United States from
1947 to 1950 after nine years of
missionary work in the Far East.

Polish Primate
Definitely Plans

To Visit Rome

ROME, Dec. 24 (UP)- An Itali Italian
an Italian newsman today quoted Polish
Primate Stefan Cardinal Wvszvns

ki as saying he definitely plans

to come to itome, nut has not yet

aeciaea on a dale.

The independent Rome newsoa-

per li lempe reported a brief con conversation
versation conversation of its Warsaw corres correspondent
pondent correspondent Arnaldo Vacchieri with
the Cardinal. Wyszynski refused to
grant a full-fledged interview, but
informally answered a question
when approached outside his pa palace.
lace. palace. Asked about his reported plan
to visit Rome, the Cardinal smil smil-ingafy
ingafy smil-ingafy told the Italian newsman:
"I will come. I still dont know
when. Maybe a bit later. But I
wifl come."

GOP To Keep Labor
Division Working
Between Campaigns

WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)

itepuDiican national headquarters
is keeping its labor division func

tloning between campaigns in a

eon'.inuing effort to court the lab

or vote, it was disclosed todav.

The GOP national committee's

i labor desk will be- manned by

Robert J. Gormley of Niagara
Falls, N.Y., a plumbers' union
member who was on the head headquarters
quarters headquarters staff curing the 1956
campaign.
He replaces Roy James, direc director
tor director of labor activities during the
campaign, who has returned to
his job as a Republican staff em employe
ploye employe of the senate labor commit committee.
tee. committee. Gormley's rssignn ent will be to

keep a skeleton GOP labor organiz organization
ation organization alive until the 1958 congres congressional
sional congressional campaign and to serve as

liaison between that organization!

and the national committee.

Although detailed studies have

not vet been made. GOP manag

ers believe they increased their

sharv; of the labor vote in the 1956

elections. President Eisenhower

Dolled larger mawriues than In

1952 In the industrial eastern states

The Republicans also picked up

House seats in the eastern states
while losing 10 in the states west

of the Mississippi river.

With most labor leaders com committed
mitted committed to the Democratic Party,

the GOP undertook an extensive

.mn on this vear to WOO me

rank and file labor vote.
'Bowled' Her Over

So She Killed Him

iVTTr.n Wis.. Dec. 24 (UP)-A

57-year-old woman tola autnonues
she fatally stahbed her husband

fter he struck iher witn a Dowung

pin, police said today.

Mrs. Vergie Adkins was held in
Lsngtand County Memorial Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital here under guard.
Sheriff John Gray said the wom woman
an woman stabbed her husband, Norman,
58, Saturday night after a fight
in their home. During the argu argument.
ment. argument. Mrs. Adkins said, her hus

band picked up a howling pin and
hit her on the head.

Adkins, an employe of the Vul Vulcan
can Vulcan COro. bowling pin division,

died almost immediately from a
deep wound inflicted in hs neck

by knife, Gray said.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU Lt. Col. William 0. Dougherty, his wife Bene and his son
Billy epitomize the family Christmas spirit as they gather in front of their tree at their
home in Ancon. Billy Is holding a door-stop per, which he made in Cub Scouts as a rift
for his parents. (Phoio by Jean Bailey)

COLLEGE LADS AND LASSES REUNITE WITH FAMILIES
TO MAKE ISTHMIAN CHRISTMAS GAYER TH AN EVER
A crop of crew-cut handsome young men and fresh-faced pretty girls are brightening
the landscape here these days. They have co me from college to spend Christmas with their
families In the Zone.
's Among those who are here making the Season especially attractive for their folks are
Carol Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Chase of Ancon, who is attending William
and Mary. Peggy Ann Donovan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Donovan, a freshman
at St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, James Re ece, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Reece of Diablo
Heights, a freshman at Dartmouth, Katherine Cross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. K Cross
of Balboa, who Is here from the University of Maryland and Marilyn Bevington, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Bevington who has brought home a classmate Richards Gayer
from Grant College, Providence. Jacqueline Wilson, daughter of Col. and Mrs. L. F. Wilson

of Ft Clayton is also here from William and Mary.

Dr. And Mrs. Samuel f, Irvm

Guests of Honor
At Welcome- Party
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Balboa
gavt a party ct her home Satur-

fdiy nigbt'in honor of her parents

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel s. irvm, who
arrived Friday to spend 2-3 weeks
before leaving to go to the Canal
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 24 -(UP)
mm President Juscelino Ku Ku-xitschek
xitschek Ku-xitschek today cited Russi's "ma "major
jor "major violence, brutality and injus injustice"
tice" injustice" in Hungary as further evi evidence
dence evidence of the need for collective de defense
fense defense preparations in the Americas.

Addressing a superior war school

audience, Kubitschek reaffirmed
Brazil's policy of collaboration in
hemisphere defense measures with
countries holding ideas of govern government
ment government similar to its own.

The president did not refer spe

cifically to the pending deal with

the Washington government for

leasing Brazil's Fernando de No No-ronha
ronha No-ronha Island to the. United States
for a guided missile observation

station, but he left little doubt that

the matter had prompted his

speech.
"In the difficult times in which

we live, the security of nations
has attained absolute priority in

importance, he said. Those

whose most earnest desire is to

live and to work in peace, cannot

let down their vigilance, but must
collaborate in providing an inte

grated (defense) system.

"We Brazilians sre part of a
certain system that of the free
world and democracy" . but "no
alliance or international solidarity
undertaken by Brazil would mean
abdicating brazilian sovereignty."
Semi-officiat sources meanwhile
told newsmen that Brazil's de demands
mands demands to protect its sovereignity
on Fernando de Noronha Included
the following points:
1. Only the Brazilian flag will
fly over all installations on the is island.
land. island. 2. Only U.S. technicians, and
no military personnel, will work
on the construction and operation
of the observation station. 3. A

Brazilian official will be in com

mand of the base 4. American

technical personnel will be replac

ed gradually by Brazilians; and 5
The United States will finance con

struction and operations of the sta

tion.
The Brazilian government has
voiced its readiness to let the U U-nited
nited U-nited States have the station on
those terms but official announce announcement
ment announcement of the deal still awaited for formal
mal formal acceptance of the Brazilian
terms by the United States.

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Card Group
Moots Thursday

The Card Group of the Balboa

woman s Club will meet on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon fo, cards and re

freshments at 12:30 in the Card
Room of the Tivofi Guest House.

! Please mike reservations by

Wednesday with Mrs. Phil Euper
Balboa 4443 or Mrs. Juanda Pen Pennington
nington Pennington at Balboa 4428.

Balboa Woman's Club
Board To Meet
Ther will he a reeular Board

meeting of the Balboa Woman's
riuh nn Thnrsriav afternoon at

12:30 in the Art Room of the Ti Ti-mll
mll Ti-mll r..i,ct Uauca This is a nnst-

poneraent of the regular, Wednes

day meeting.

f
New Products

- FROM GARMENTS TO GAMES -Hand trucks, ordinarily
used to transport racks of dresses throuah New York's ear-

the lunch hour. As seen above, the trucks become supports

for checker boards.

Satina will carry you smoothly
thru the ironing hour

Eliminates sticking,
pulling, bunching.
Ys)t( Satina makes your iron fly -cuts down iron ironing
ing ironing time on every starched item in your basket.
Mix Satina with your hot, ready-to-iron starch and
iee just how delightfully easy it is to iron the
Satina way. Your clothes will leek and stay crisp and
clean longer, end smell divinely fresh I

Gef your box of Satina today tho
BIG ironing aid in tho little package I

Zonians of long standing, and ma

ny old timers who attended their
"Welcome-Back" party enjoyed
reminiscences of the "good old
days."
Many parties have been planned
for the Irvins during their visit
here.
Dr. And Mrs. J. i. Vallarbte
Give Chri 4mai Party
Dr. and Mrs. Jj J. Vallarino en entertained
tertained entertained with a Christmas party
at their home in Bella Vista last
night. Dr. Vallarino is the former
Panamanian Ambassador to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Capt. And Mrs. Boyd
Entertain
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Boyd of
Diablo Heights entertained a few
of their friends with a cocktail but but-fet
fet but-fet at their heme last night.
Herrera-Graw $
Engagement
Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Herrera of
Colon announce the engagement
of their daughter Hercilla to Lt.
John Grow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Grow fror.. Alabama, pres presently
ently presently living in Maracaibo, Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela. Lt. Grow is with the U. S.
Army stationed at Ft. Davis.
The wedding will be solemnized
at tht Miraculous Meria' Church in
Colon, Jan. 26.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

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CAROLS and CANDLELIGHTING
11:30 p.m.

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may find fellowship"

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"LEMPA" Dec. 31
"MORAZAN" .V Jan. 2, 1957
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"TELDE" Jan. 15
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A STEAMER Jan. 23
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"PAR1SMINA"' Dec. 31
A STEAMER Jan. 7, 1957
"MARNA" Jan. 14
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"HEREDIA" Jan. 21
"ESPARTA" Jan.2
"FRA BERLANGA" Feb. 4
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
- and Seattle.
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To Los Annies and San Francisco and
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y CLYDE H. MRNSWORTH
NEW YORK (UP) Anyone

for "sno-skceting" a new winter
sport that's a combination of ski

ing, skating and snow-snoemg.
Besides the all-important snow,

you need a pair of bowlshaped
gadgets that fit over your ahoes.
They're made of light metal,
mesure 18 liiches by seven inches
and come each with a keel and
two speed grooves. By means of

special harness the "skeetera

can be adjusted to fit any sue

CHRISTMAS BABY Margie Alexis Oiler, second grade honor
student of St. Mary's Parish School in Balboa will have a
double celebration tomorrow, since her birthday falls on
Christmas Day. Margie, the daughter of Mr. James L. Oiler
and Prof. Olga Oiler of Panama City will be eight years old.

7 Die in Christmas
Blaze at Hospital

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Dec. 24
(UP) Fire spawned in a gaily gaily-riArnrated
riArnrated gaily-riArnrated Christmas tree spread

tmoke and flames through doctor's

Memorial Hospital here early to-

shoes. (Bilwin Co., Inc., Briarcliff fay, killing seven patients, mclud-
. 9 i i l. . Imiipliid rlinrl

lanor, N.Y.)

Nearlv everything has a DOita

ble .lodel these days, even motels. 'catch fire.

A New Jersey motel manufacturer

has come out with a 40-by-12-foot

unit that can be moved on a low

bed trailer. The motel contains
two fullsized bedrooms and com complete
plete complete modern bathrooms, the corn-

par' says. (Mahony Diners, Inc.,

South Kearney, N.J.)

ing a baby, ana injuring more

than a score. .

Authorities said defective wiring
apparently caused the tree in the

lobby of the nve-noor nospnai w

patients with five hook -and -ladder
trucks.
Twenty-seven of the rescued pa patients,
tients, patients, including the baby who lat later
er later died, were taken to .Minneapolis
General Hospital and a scattering
went to other hospitals in the city.
Some were well enough to be tak taken
en taken to their homes, authorities said.

At least six persons remained

in critical condition at Minneapo Minneapolis
lis Minneapolis General Hospital late today,
one a nurse and the others pa patients.
tients. patients. ;
Most Patients Sayed

A pharmaceutical company,
mindful nf rnlri wvathnr nnnrnach.

ing, has introduced a new cougIil"nd Mrs

The fire broke out. at 3 a.m.
while a freezing drizzle and light
snow were failing. Able-bodied
men and hospital attendants were
able to move most of the 79 pa patients
tients patients out of the building without
iujyry.
At 'least .one of the victims was
traction and was Imable to gef
dut of his bed before being over over-tome
tome over-tome by the dense smoke.
The dead were identified as
Mrs. Sarah Stone, Mrs. Barry
Ballit, Miss Ella Mullins, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Green, Miss Caroline Vale

Lydia Becker, all Of

syrup which it says is non-narco

tic, nonalooholic and sugarfree.

The new T.H.&M. syrup is maple

flavored and designed primarily
for children. (Upjohn Co., Kalama Kalamazoo,
zoo, Kalamazoo, Mick.).

A new drug fights muscular
aches and pains through an ab absorption
sorption absorption process that's been used
in European medicine but is new

to American pain-killing drugs

The maker says "Intracel" can be

applied over women's stockings

without damaging them. (Vitamin
Corp. of America, Los Angeles
Calif.)

You can now dial the amount of
light you want from an electric
lamp with a new dimming device

Minneapolis, and the baby son of
Mr: and Mrs. Robert Rasmussen,

Excelsior, Minn.

Fire Chief Reynold Malmquist
said mos't of the victims were in
third floor rooms of the hospital.
He said damage was confined
Jargely to the first three floors.
. Malmquist estimated damage at
$50,000 to $100,000.
Blames Wiring
The fire chief said the blaze
apparently started in a Christmas
tree in the lobby and quickly
spread smoke and flames through
. ii IT. !J

ine lower vnree uoors. n saiu
defective wiring 4apparently
caused the tree to catch fire.
The tree stood in a bucket of
sand near the front entrance of
the building. Flames spread

through nearby open fire, doors

Mrs. Alice Daxon
Dies In Gorgas;
Funeral Later

Mrs. Alice Daxon. wefl-lrnowti

local matron, died in Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital last Sunday afternoon. She

was 74 years old.
She arrived on the Isthmus dur during
ing during construction of the Panama
Canal ami has been a resident of
Panama City, Red Tank, Paraiw (
and.Chllibre. She was a member:
of the Cabo Verde Seventh Day a
Adventist Church.
Survivors include her husband,
John, retired Miraflores Locks
employe; Mrs. Edna Bell and Mrs.
Muriel Robinson, daughters; Louit
G. Pryce and Clifford Daxon, sons;
Mrs. Emeline Austin and Miss Es Es-telle
telle Es-telle Robinson, sisters, and others
relatives on the Isthmus, in Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica and in the United States.
Due to the holidays, funeral ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have not been com completed.
pleted. completed. Announcement will be made
at a later date.

that plugs into any convenient out-down one wing of the building

JWOSl OI Uie victims were asp.v.-
iated by smoke which pured up a

stairway at the end of the wing

let. The manufacturer says the
new lamp control offers possibili possibilities
ties possibilities in interior dicorating and is

also ideal for the nursery and sick and up an elevator shaft off the

room. Each control mechanism is Jobhy.
rated at 125 watts. (Superior Elec- The blaze was classified as a
trie Co., Bristol, Conn.) Ifour-alarm fire. Firemen removed

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Fer Accommodations
On Trip To Bocrota

There Is still a little time
left for Isthmians to narticinate in

the four-day tour to Bogota, Co Colombia
lombia Colombia a j-ip of the Panama
National Tourist Bureau under

the auspices of the USO-JWB Ar Armed
med Armed Forces Service Center.
The all-expense tour of 1056 In-

eludes airplane fare, transporta transportation
tion transportation in Bogota and surroundings,
hotel and meals, and four exicit-

mg touts in and out of the city.
The trip will begin on Friday,
and terminate on Monday, in time

for the vacationists to prepare

themselves to celebrate New
Year's eve with family and friends.
Interested parties should to call
NOW, the USO-JWB, Balboa 1072.

for information or reservation.

km

Pines, Firs. Cedar
Do Best Decorating

EAST LANSING. Mich.-(U..P)-.
Pines, firs and cedars make the

best evergreens for indoor Christ

mas decorations, says an exten extension
sion extension specialist in landscape archi

tecture at Michigan Mate University.

Joseph T. Cox explained trt
hemlock and spruces make ?ooo

outdoor decorations, but they lose
their needles within a. week when
brought indoors Juniper proviqos
excellent decorative material, wit
it is hard to use realise ct its
very sharp pointed, seaie lka
leaves.
White pine is the easiest to work
with, Cox Mrid, because 'the stems
are thin and the foliage is soft
and bushy.
Do-lt-Yourselfers
Do-It Themselves
WATERFORD, Wis... -(UPj-Several
women of the local art

class here nooW) their talents to

produce "do-it-yourself Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards on' a laree scale. 1

The women met once a month

before Christmas to make the I

cards, which picture Iir trees, na I

tivity scenes, candles and hoUdPT
messages. Their technique inchjd
ed silk screen printing, ah eject

ing procedure.



MONDAY, MCEMBER 24. 1951

fli PANAMA AMERICAN AN CNDEPENDElW OAJLT NKWSrAfW
page mm

Social and Otlieruide
don f! nut J

Many parties are being given for

a ni .limn iiP npxpr u hick

re lor a brief visit,, lapt. Leu-

v mBAa man.r tMAnne in ml

m while h was stationed here.

And Mrs. J. Cook

tain For Houseguetts

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cooke of

B IUKUI Ul UUUUI Ul Oil.

UV. Mm .hJ k.AthA n Tan.

t .la Brlutard Rrnwflir

o nonoiom
Lt. Jg. Edward Browder USN

here to spend the holidays with

t parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward

v n i t -r r:.ui- T T 4 u. ..

i.i iiwuri .ii. in ..mi.ii. iiriciii.i.

Lt. Browder is on his way to a

Comdr. and Mrs. James A. East-

gave the first of two Christ-

Bit LULhinii un i Li. i i iua i w.

e r quarters ai r i. muauui.

Guests included Lt. Comdr. and

r .-i i. T i. J

rs. Ray Gunn, Ensign and Mrs.

nvirn sti rpr. i.nmnr a n virs.

ay, ui. us uu mis. uaviu
T t J., i UM. Tni.J

ay, ui. auu mn.

amawav. ui. ana mis. nrinur

ai. and Mrs. Walter Landis,

. i l if ii7i4 ii l t

Mrs. Grant Dial, Lt. ana Mrs.

unam mien, li. ana Mrs. jonn

am, Vtuui. uu mi a. naiwvc
it, Cmdr. and Mrs. John Holl-

IgSWUl Ul, JUl. V1HUI. ttUU a
nAvrtA Viwtt Jtw on1 Ktb T miim

Give Party
Part Kobbe

On Friday evening at the Fort

nnnn iirncpr.v t, tin. marar ana

vmnhan 1 1 nnvoe ininun with

otain ana Mrs. unaries r.

ith in a cocktail party of their

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m. ttamn niise. 1.1. iui. a u ana.

n. lion lieorce. maior ana mrs.

nur r-HniiKiiv. iviaiiii miiii ii i s.

McMillan, Major and Mrs.

Lee. Major and Mrs, Ro-

-i l 3 ir. iru

a. -m 1 y-i X J maT.. 15 a.

1 nam a -r itti n i .1. anil ivi 1 n.

imdMi rot at i.r mrt Mn rati.

Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. xnur-

Brown, and Mr. ana Mrs.

Lnriai wnu ai anil smt,ii a uw-

ents, and are visiting from the
States,
Rotarians Hold
Christmai Party
At Strangers' Club
Atlantic side Rotarians held their

Christmas party at the Strangers

Club on Thursday mgn: last and
in a departure from precedent in
this annual event invited their
wives to join in the fun. As usual,
each Rotarian, and on this occa occasion
sion occasion each Rotary Ann, brought a
sift for the orohan children of Co

lon. The addition of the Rotary

Anns to toe party naturauy means
that many youngsters who other other-wisp,
wisp, other-wisp, mieht not have had' a visit

from Santa Claus on Christmas

Day will now find 'hat he had not
forgotten them.

Rntarian Mrflpllan led the 8T0UD

in Parnl sinffinff and music was al

so provided for dancing after din

ner.
President Joe Harrington an an-nnnnppd
nnnnppd an-nnnnppd that nlans were welf under

way for the club to act as host
for the presidents and secretaries,
.11 1 : j u iu;.

wno Will DC accompaiueu men
nistrlct 110 Rotarv Inter

national in February next. Com

mittees are being formed to nan nan-die
die nan-die all phases of the convention
and no effort will be too much to
anciirp that when the time comes

for our visitors to return home

they will have no cause to regrei
that the Cristobal Colon Club was
given the honor of acting as their
hosts for the convention.

fW MAKE fBIENOS

If a friend offers you some
thing you can't use you don't
l ...anf if Vnil aon hP

nave w i;i;civ iv. vw v.-.. .--
gracious in showing your appre

ciation ana men explain wuy
you can't use it.
That is much better than ac accepting
cepting accepting the gift and then not
using It.

MERRY CHRISTMAS

HAPPY NIW YEAR

HARNETT & DUNN

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Hams & Picnics
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TURKEYS, GEESE & DUCKLINGS
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iristmas

IJear
(fa. Cyrnos, S.A.

FRONT ST. 5005 PHONE 149
"ft COLON

Dulles Sees Peace, War Vistas;
More Leaders Mar y in Ideas

WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)

Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles said today that the
difficulties now besetting Soviet
rulers may lead them to take
risks and that this is "a vista
of danger" to the free world.

But Dulles said in a copy

righted interview in U.S. News
and World Report that the free
world also has entered the sec second
ond second postwar decade with "a vis vista
ta vista of hope for peace.

Both alternative possibilities

stem from the same circum circumstanceconditions
stanceconditions circumstanceconditions in Russia nnd
its satellites, Dulles said.

"When a despotic regime, pos.

sessed of great military and ma

terial power ana subject to no

normal inhibitions, encounters
such difficulties as now beset

the Soviet rulers, they may take

risks in hope of gaining external

successes. .to onset their frus

trations," Dulles said.

This is the threat that may

make the next decade "another
decade of danger," Dulles said.

On the other band, Dulles
said, greater demands for
more personal security, intel intellectual
lectual intellectual freedom and better
living within the Soviet Union
and rising rebelliousness in the
satellites have opened up "a
vista of hope."
If the United States and its

allies maintain their "moral of

fensive" and "military defensive,

the promise of peace. .will, I
am convinced, become reality,"
Dulles said.

Other world leaders also were

included in the copyrighted in interview
terview interview by U.S. News and World
Report. Here are the views of
some of them on the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities for peace:

President Syngman Rhee of

the Republic of Korea "The

situation is more dangerous

than ever before. The Commu Communists
nists Communists know that the free world
is alerted to the danger of their
conquest of weak nations. Nev

ertheless, for reasons both of
internal problems and of special
external opportunities, the Com Communists'
munists' Communists' pressure for expansion
is not less but greater."

French Foreign Minister
Christian Pineau "If the

West, which is la the process
of reinforcing its unity, be behaves
haves behaves with realism and com
posure, and if the Sovfet Un Union
ion Union Is given no reason to doubt
our resolution, war will be a a-voided."
voided." a-voided." Prime Minister David Ben Ben-Gurion
Gurion Ben-Gurion of Israel "1 believe that
. .the peace of mankind can be
maintained if the free forces of
the world effectively unite and
organize themselves. ,"
Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary
General of the united Nations
"We (the US ) are seeking to
cope with world issues of great
difficulty but equally of high
challenge. The hope of finding
peaceful, just and constructive
solutions of these issues rests
upon our ability to foster the
growth of understanding, co op operation
eration operation and mutual accommo accommodation
dation accommodation of interests among all the
nations."
Ngo Dlnh Diem, President of
Smith Vlf Vim "WViathar

UI"II WV I II, I111VHIV. I
Deace will nrevail In 1957 rie-

pends on how strong and watch watchful
ful watchful the free world will be in re regard
gard regard to the Communist bloc."
Heinrich von Brentano, For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister of West Germa Germany
ny Germany "I think the International
tension as it existed during the
last weeks has relaxed." But "as
long as there are still states
which ignore" the rights of oth others
ers others and believe "that political
and military force can be pitted
against the will for freedom...
There Is a need for a close un union
ion union of all those who stand for
freedom and world peace."
Mamoru Shigemitsu, Japan Japanese
ese Japanese Minister of Foreign Af Affairs"!
fairs"! Affairs"! regret to note that
the world situation is not as
bright as I wish, but I do not
believe that a major war will
come In the near future."
Prince wan, foreign Minister
of Thailand and President of
the U.N. General Assembly "I
feel that the chances for peace
have Improved."
Ramon Magsaysay, president
of the Philippines "While there
are signs that the Communists
are having trouble maintaining
their strangle hold on peoples
who already have been subju

gated, there's treat danger that
n seeking to divert the minds of

their own people from tnese
troubles they might precipitate
war."
Marquess of Salisbury, Lord

President of Council and Lead

er of the English House of Lords

"Throughout the last years, as

a result of the inaction of the
western powers, the Middle East

has been slowly and steadily

sliding away into the abyss of
Communism. Now a new chance
has been given fox the United
Nations and the United states,
for all of us who believe in free freedom,
dom, freedom, to preserve lt from that
disaster."

W Bsc M
LuaWPai Jfl Luuw Ba

CASHING IN This bride in
Messina, Sicily, gets a quick
nestegg through the custom ot
pinning money on her brida)
gown as a "fee" for dancini
with her. Chap in photo gav
the most, so he got first dance,

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SMOKE SIGNALS VIA RADIO The nation's first full full-blooded
blooded full-blooded Indian volunteer fire department has installed a two two-way
way two-way radio system to achieve the speedy communication once
'accomplished with smoke signals by their forebears. The fire
department is composed of residents of the Onondaga Ret
ervation, near Syracuse, N.Y.

JUST
ARRIVED

AFTERNOON DRESSES
;v
Slacks, Shortg and Blouses
Cocktail Dresses
J 957 Swimsuits
Gala Evening Dresses
Luxite by Kayser Lingerie
Pringle Cashmere Sweaters

European A-Experfs
Will Visit America
For Nuclear Study

WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)
Three European exnerts on. a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic energy will visit the Unit

ed States next month to study
American nuclear progress.
The Stat Department an announced
nounced announced yesterday that the ex experts
perts experts are Interested in finding
out how American nuclear tech techniques
niques techniques might be applied in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The experts are attempting to
establish nuclear energy pro production
duction production targets for the Euro European
pean European atomic energy pool.
They are studying the rate at
which nuclear power stations
can be constructed as well as
the resources needed for a a-chievement
chievement a-chievement of a common nu nuclear
clear nuclear energy program by France,
Italy, West Germany, Belgium,
the Netherlands and Luxem Luxembourg.
bourg. Luxembourg. The invitation to come to the
United States was communicat communicated
ed communicated to Paul-Henri Soaak of Bel Belgium
gium Belgium by Secretary or State John
Foster Dulles.
Dulles pointed out that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower had indicated
American support for the so so-called
called so-called euratom project.
The European visitors to the
United States will be Franz Et Et-zel
zel Et-zel of Germany, vice-president
of the European Coal and Steel
Community, Francesco Giordan!

of Italia, a nuclear scientist,
and Louis Armand, chairman of
the Industrial Equipment Sec Section
tion Section of the French Atomic E E-nergy
nergy E-nergy Commission, j
Home For Xmas
BELFAST; Maine, Dec. 24 (UP)
A harbor pilot who was "shang "shanghaied"
haied" "shanghaied" to France by the weather,
will be home for Christmas after
all.
4eorge H. Jennings piloted a
ship out of Searsport harbor Dec.
11 but could not leave because of
heavy seaSi He reached I French
port Friday and boarded a plane
for New York.

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PRESENTS

Today, Monday, Dee. 24
P.M.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What s Your Favorite (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
till 3:00)
S: 30 News
5:35 What's Your F a v o r i t
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary 6:15 BLuE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly We Hail
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till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 25

BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 18 (UP)- (It was disclosed in Milan, Italy
Vittorio Mussolini, son of the late that Mdssolini arrived secretly in
Italian Duce, slipped out of But that city last week. He immedi immedi-nos
nos immedi-nos Aires four days before a court lately went into hiding, but Italia
ordered police to arrest him, it, writer Duilio Susmel, who accoa accoa-was
was accoa-was disclosed today. panied Mussolini, quoted kirn as

Judge Arturo lampo of La Pla- saying that the charges against

ta criminal court ordered Mussoli Mussolini
ni Mussolini and several others arrested on

charges of receiving sums of mon

him were 'completely ground

less.")

Mussolini came ta Argentina aft-

ey illegally on behalf of certain er the collapse of his father's Fas

publications from the Buenos Aires cist en pire. He made some mon mon-province
province mon-province Jockey Club. ey in road-building contracts in
Judge Campo's court has been! Cordoba province and later enter enter-investigating
investigating enter-investigating the club's operations jed into partnership with another
for the period 1948-52, when vast Italian in a large men's outfitting
sums of money from racetracks store. He is understood to be a

in Buenos Aires province were

siphoned off for sundry projects
of the Peron dictatorship.

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-
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(your host)

A.M.
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Club (requests taken
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7:30 Morning Salon Concert
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8:30 Musical Reveille
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12:30 Sweet And Hot

1:00 News
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2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3 : 15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
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4:3d What' ur Favorite

(r e q u ests taken by

phone till 3:00)
5:30 News
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(cont'd)
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6:30 On 8tag America
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7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN SCI SCIENCE
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Billboards Remind
Visitors Of Canada
MASSENA N.Y. -(UP)- Th Th-Canadian
Canadian Th-Canadian government is making it
to reach various points of interest
along the Canadian side.
Two huge billboard size maps
easy for visitors to th St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence seaway and powi;r project
have been, erected one at the cast
end of the protect about two infes
from Cornwall, and one on the
west end near Prescott.
The maps are situated en turn turn-offs
offs turn-offs from the math highways so a
visitor may halt his car, study
them and decide where to go and
what to see.
During the first 10 months of
this vear. sorm 300.000 oersons

visited the project and 107.500' had
been taken on conducted tours to
the main power site and around
the development.
Candlelight

Service Tonight
At St. Andrews
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
of Cocoli is holding a special
Christmas Eve candlelight service
at 11:30 tonight.
Holy Communion will be given,

and Father William W. Baldwin

will be the priest in charge.

The choir will sing Gounad s
Mass.

fairly wealthy man.

The Jockey Club's books show
that millions were squandered on
such things as a $10,000 donation
to the Peronist Party; 825,000 to an
advertising agency in Uruguay,
and repairs to the club president's
yacht.

Police Search For Group Of Boys
Who May Have Started 4-Death Fire

East German Reds
Reject Adenauer's
Ideas on UN Vole

BERLIN, Dec 24 (UP) Ea.'t
German Communists today tt tt-jected
jected tt-jected West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's suggestioi
to put the German question be before
fore before the United Nations and
said it was still a matter for the
big four.
Adenauer last week said He is
considering having the problem
of German unification put be before
fore before the U.N.
The Communist party paper
"Neueg Deutschland" said the
United Nations "under the Post Post-dam
dam Post-dam agreement are not respon responsible
sible responsible for Germany." The paper
said German unification was a
matter for the Germans them themselves.
selves. themselves. Wtlhelm Girnus, secretary of
the Communist-Front East 7oni
"committee for German unity"
said in a radio comment "the
German problem according to
international law still comes un under
der under the responsibility of the Big
Four and nobody else."
"We are of the opinion that
the gentlemen from Honduras.
Cuba and Venezuela have very
little interest for the reunifica reunification
tion reunification of Germany," he said:

MnRIDEN, Conn., Dec. 24 (UP)!

Police searched today for a
group of boys believed to have
started a tenement fir which kill killed
ed killed a mother and four of her chil children
dren children all from Tuerto Rico.
FLe officials said neighbors re reported
ported reported they chased the youngsters
out of the basement of the four four-story
story four-story brick building where they
had been playing with matches.
The general alarm fire broke
out late last night, suffocating the
five victims and sending four
other n embers of the family to a
hospital. One was in critical con condition.
dition. condition. Th gaily-deeonte Christmas
trt In the victims apartment
and the gifts beneath it wer un un-teuched
teuched un-teuched by th flames.
Two hundred perions were fjK
vacua! frm an ad j i n i n g
theater.
Dead were Mrs. Eulalia Rios,
39, and her children, Gladys, 17,

Eddie 3, Eddie Nelson 4, and Isa Isa-belle.
belle. Isa-belle. 6.

Hospitrlized in poor condition
was Edward, 5.
The father, Luis, 41, another
son, Jose, 19, and a brother of
Mrs. Rios, Alberto Morales, 23,
were listed in "fairly good" con condition.
dition. condition. Asst. Fire Chief Walter Sadows Sadows-ki
ki Sadows-ki said firemen were delayed by
a train. "It was less than a minute
because it was a fast passenger
train," he said, "But it could have
been serious if it had been a
freight." There are eight grade
crossings in the heart of this city

which is en a main New York-t

Boston line.

Sau)wja reported th fire "had

a terrific start." It began in

OHMI n A o(n. a nil .u,a..i,tU

had been burning for some time.
Flames raced up winding stair
ways and through hallways, fore

ing most of the 60 occupants n

escape out windows, most of tan

down ladders.

Thar'j Salt in Them
Thar Hills of Dakota

BISMARCK, N. D. -(UP)-Or-

amary salt, known to the chemist

as sodium chloride and to the

housewife as an essential inirredi

ent in food, is now being produced

in iNorni uanoia.

Salt beds underlie hundreds of

square miles of western North
Dakota between 6,000 and 8,500
feet below the surface, Alex C
Burr, research director of th

North Dakota Research Founoa-

tion, laid.
Preliminary estimates place the
State's salt reserves in tha hi'

lions of tons. The salt comes to
the surface in the water numnpri

with oil in the Williston Basin oil

fields.
When fackties are not avail avail-abe
abe avail-abe for recovering the salt t.h

sal., water is returned to the
prminrl tn nrvnf pnntimin.fiiui

m -w frw.vuv VVmflllilUMVlUll
of soil and surface water sources,

Burr said.

He laid the present North Da Dakota
kota Dakota market for salt is about 32. 32.-000,000
000,000 32.-000,000 pounds a year with about
1,250,000 pounds going into North
Dakota butter production each
year.
If all the salt in the water were
recovered, it would more than
supply the state's needs, he
added.

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"THE BIRDS AND THE BEES"

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And the Water Flaw
-Til Ceps Got 'im
MADISON, Wis. (UP) Wis Wisconsin's
consin's Wisconsin's conservation deoartment

reported that a man having some
"fun" in his boat powered by two
30-horsepower motors got a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. The boatmaa made several
passes at another boat in Dodge
County's Fox Lake one midnight,
shining his spotlight on the otaer
craft.
"So you don't like it," shouted

the fast boater when he saw two
mAn in his snntlitfht heam "sn

I'll give it to you a little closer."

The boat driver wound up pay paying
ing paying a $50 fine for reckess opera operation
tion operation of a motor boat and $10 for
lacking a stern light.
The men in the other boat were
Conservation Warden Ken Boghin

ami a uepuiy aucmi.

atrelman George fteer, whel

spene the aleie frem acres

the street end turned in the e-

ing frem windtwi when I gel

there. Many wanted t jump.

We managed t quiet them down
until firemen arrived with lad

ders. Everyone did e geed jefe

of keeping dawn panic."

Police obtained a high platforr

. . i il. -r i l. .

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ter tnd reached a low roof, iron

which they rescued about 25

cupants. Officer Walter France ci

hie n a vis4 omncninff nrfmi4rti wWil

bringing out 13 or 14. "It was hoi

rible," be said.
The Rios family wai trapped

a third floor apartment where the

apparently suffocated. It had

scarcely touched by flames.

am sn in innari s

at the scene all night.
Authorities said aa many as

wn nn waa si 1 1 1 siinninv war

luckv as many lot out as did.

bccict ant priAt in n r ine

ikafr the -uri watVa frinH frtr

ties nrn inn t nnr was un-iiui

by ihe S. and H. Stan.p Co., wh
considerable merchandise for i
stamp-trading customers was ta
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From Sat Dec. 15 till Dec. 24

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Nixon Plays Santa To US
Kids At Base In Scotland

PRESTWICK, Scotland, Dec. 24 Charlaw Main, i, of Greenfield,
(UP) Vice President Richard J. I lad. Karen Leinbach. 9 of Potts Potts-Nixon
Nixon Potts-Nixon played Santa Claus for Mjtown, Pa., and Michael Byers g,

American youngsters here yester

day.
Nixon, en route home from his
live-day tour of Hungarian refuge
centers in Austria and West Ger

many, stopped over at the U. S.
Air Force base here just as chil
tfren of airmen were holding
Christmas party at Sunday school.
Smiling, Nixon agreed to hand
tout the presents.
An hour later, he took off again
aboard an Air Force plane for
Washington via Iceland.
He was expected to land in
Washington at 9 a.m. today.
Nixon had to play Santa in
plain clothes because no costume
was available for him. The chil children
dren children did not seem to mind.

Nixon entered the base services
elub while the children were pre presenting
senting presenting a nativity play.
Nixon applauded loudly when
the play ended, then went forward
to band out the gifts.
On Prom Texas
Pointing to a group of "angels"
in the background, he said,
"There's bound to be one from
texas there there always is.
Billy Morris, 9, son of Ma.
Charles Morris of Victoria, Tex.,
piped up, "I'm from Texas, sir."
Nixon waved to him.
Nixon also spoke to Deborah
O'DeU and her sister, Heather",
t, duaghters of Capt. Paul
. O'DeU of Danbury, Conn.,

of Belton Tex.

In a brief speech after playing
Santa, Nixon said "This trip of
mine has helped remind me that
people are much the same every,
where. All over the world they are
telling the same stories from the
Bible."

Process Refugees

A few hundred yards away. Air

Force officers and volunteers were
processing Hungarian refugees for

a flight to the United States

Pfestwick is a stopover point for

the refugees being ferried from

camps in Austria and West Ger

many to Camp Kilmer, N..J

He was greeted at the airport
by civic officials and said Presi

dent Eisenhower bad asked hm

to deliver Christmas greetings to

the people of Scotland.

In turn, Robert Damson, chief

constable of Ayrshire, asked Nix

on to relay Christmas greetings
to Mr. Eisenhower and remind

mm that he has a bome at Cul
zean Castle in Ayrshire.

The President was presented an
apartment in the castle after

World War n.

Nixon planned to convene the
presidential commission on Hun'

earian refugee problems later

this week after his return

Nixon said he was convinced

the administration and Congress
should review U. S. immigration

laws in view of.the "whole refu

gee problem.

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J&iSl bai" F-We the pig nurses from bis fostar-(m,1M-lw.'lsMad
by hi, own m 5Wwh!
otn1 Piglets to nurse, Pee-Wee follows Bitsy to pasture on
the John Ingle farm near Collierville, Tenn., staying with her
and nursing whenever he's hungry. It's okay with Bitsy, bift she

f mat jtj io muscie in on tne tree (how,

Ishitasht Forms
Cabinet; Invested
By Jap Emperor

TOKYO. Dec. 24 fUP -Japanese
Prime Minister Tanza Ishibashi
formed his Cabinet last night and
was invested into office by Em Emperor
peror Emperor HirohiU).
Ishibashi announced completion

of his government following a

three-day delay caused by wrang wrangling
ling wrangling over Cabinet posts within his
Liberal-Democratic party.

The Prime Minister was elected

by the national legislature Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to succeed Ichiro Hatoyama,
who resigned.
Ishibashi's new government was
sworn in at an imperial palace
ceremony tonight.

Named to the important post of
foreign minister was Nobosuke
Kishi. defeated by Ishibashi in
balloting for the presidency of the
Liberal-Democratic party last
wcjk.

Kisni and his taction were main mainly
ly mainly responsible for the delay in

forming the Cabinet
Ishibashi gav the finance min

ister's post to Hayato Ikeda, 57,
who bad held the same job in the

postwar Cabinet of Shigeru Yosiu-da.

The new iustic: minister is

Umekichi Nakamura. 55. former

Liberal-Democratic policy com committee
mittee committee chairman inParliamont

The Prime Minister kent thra

posts for himself the postal I

services, state minister in charse

of the defense asencv and state

minister in chirm nf tha WnirVaiJ

ao development board.

US Gospel Trio

To Sing Wednesday

Ai Baptist Church

Tht First Rnntisf. rhnru a

w VH4V1
Balboa Heights will be the host
to a visiting? eosoel trin from wa.

pies, New York, The Wigden
Trio, on Wednesday night at

I JU.

Lawrence. Rnh and m4

r Mmmjm I
Wigden are a celebrated radio

ino or networic fame. They are
known as lntrnrafar nt itiaoM

spirituals and C o n temnnrarv

1 I. r

Suopri music.
Known throughout Canada
and the United States, they art
nOW On a Caribbean t.nnr an4

win arrive m Panama from San,

jose on tne weanesaay after-

iiuuii i Tien (, or Lars

Their nroeram of mini. ..in

; Include trios, duets and sold;

wj MfWM jjianist, bob tne

sungieaacr, ana Lawrence tne

preacner. aii inree are accom-

piisnea singers.

Escaped Convicts Rounded Up After Robbing Cafe In Dover

DOVER, Term., bee. 24 rUP) rUP)-"
" rUP)-" convicts who broke out of a
Texas jail kidnaped and wounded
a Tennessee hisrhwav natrolman

today after robbing a eafs but
were rounded up several hours
ilefcr by a posse of some 1U0
rffieers.
! The convicts Who escaped from
a jail at Georgetown. Tex. Friday
and drove here in a stolen car
were later transferred to a jail
a. Nash villa Term

(southeast of this small city, lo-
'f atari near t.h Vf ,,1... V J

- -". wit noutuvHy UUJUcr.

None offered any
when recaptured.

Sheriff Charlie Croc karri said
tbt convicts invaded a roadside
cafe near her about 1 a.m., made

off with $2004300. a pistol and sev several
eral several shotguns, then headed" for
Dover.
They were stopped by Slate
Trooper Jamos W. Bilbrey, 32, the
only patrol officer on duty here,
a short while later but one of the
convicts pulled out a gun and

resis lance forced Bilbrey back into his car.
Then two of tha rcnvicU nilart

I in the patrol car with Bilbrey. one'

iin the rear seat with the trooper

and the other in the driver's seat.

The other four convicts foil: wed
in the stolen car.
Patrol Sgt. John Hancock saij
Bilbrey started to. grapple mM
ihe convict in the rear seat and
was shot by the driver through,

the hand. But on attempting to
rt another shot at he from.
he driver ran the patrol car into

he county courthouse

The convicts then split up wtoj

fr.w.ps oi i wo ana neo, leaving
Bilbrey in the car.
Two of them stole another ear
but were spotted by one of two
o t taoin taoi hrdl hrdl r rdl
Army helicopters pressed into thi
hunt and captured at a road-

Hock Two others were found hud huddled
dled huddled in a cave on the banks of;
the 'Cumberland River while the'
ik: i : j .

umu pair were picKea up on I30i
not far from the town.

Falls From Auto,
Only Minor Hurt!
SOUTH B5ND. Ir.'d Dec. 24 -M
UP -A three-year-old child will

t"mWft out of a csr traveliaJf
60 miles an hau escaped win
cut. and- bruises last ni?h:. I
Lynda Rae Hathaway, daughter
of Mr: and Mrs Robert Hatha Hathaway
way Hathaway Cuyahoga Palls, Ohio wag
treated for siirasions at a hospital
awt released.
Hathaway was traveling about
60- miles an hour when the chili
apna'e-ily orced the bac1: doof
and fell out She raided flat eajf
her fare but got up almost im
mediately.

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IB f AN A MA AMERICAN AN UHIMUnWIMWT DAILY NEWiPAFKE
MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1951
Best Native Nags In $5,000 Christmas Classic
'

run non

Coral, Tully Bar, Apache
ftfctch Strides Over Mile
m
O
, urn
Six of the best native thoroughbreds in training
M match strides tomorrow afternoon in the annual
$5&00-added one-mile Christmas Classic for local-
horses at the President Remon race track.

Ruben Vasquez will guide Cora),
Jose M. Bravo will be aboard A
pache, Francisco Gatica will
handle Tully Bar's reins, Guiller Guiller-mn
mn Guiller-mn Sanchez has the leg up on Don

Brigido, Alejandro Ycaza will do

the booting on ucean aiar ana
Bias Aguirre has the assignment
on Lady Edna.

Three of the six scheduled start startlers
lers startlers re rated about even by the
"eirperts" and should go off at 2
to 1 oddz in the mutuels. They
are native champion Coral, un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Tully Bar and stout-hearted
Uttle Apache.
The other three entries are clas clas-y
y clas-y Ocean Star, speedy Don Brigi Brigido
do Brigido and strong finishing Lady Ed Edna.
na. Edna. Any one of this trio could pro pro-ductan
ductan pro-ductan upset.

wite

and Ocean Star are top-

tited at 126 pounds because

of the weight-for-age handicap
scale while two-year-olds Tully

Bar and Apache will get in under
the feather of 100 pounds,
jfe Tully Bar will be seeking his
ev.enth consecutive victory.

Ex-Amateur Champ
to Meet Waif Hafer

TORONTO, Dec. 24 (UP)
Osorge Chuvalo, former Cana Canadian
dian Canadian amateur h e a v y w eight
champion, will meet Walter Ha Hafer
fer Hafer of Boston here Jan. 7 in a
scheduled eight round bout,
matchmaker Deacon Allen an announced
nounced announced last night.
..Chuvalo will make his fifth

pro start as a co-feature with

vmce Martinez and Spanish

tampion Pedro Jimenez mid

dleweight tussle at Maple Leaf

ardens

Hafer began his professional
career in 1943 while in the U.S.
Marines. He knocked out five
consecutive opponents in 1944.
Ms luck changed when he was
Knocked out by Ezzard Charles,
Joe Louis, Earl Walls and other
prominent boxers.
Chuvalo has won three of his

tour professional starts. He beat

to Biehler, Bobby Evans and

nny Arthur, and lost to How

King,

This race has the makings of a
thriller from start to finish.
Yesterday Isaac Gustines' con consistent
sistent consistent Chilean colt Eric took ad advantage
vantage advantage of his light impost of 105
pounds to speed to a post-to-post
victory in near record time.
Gilberto Vasquez was taken a a-round
round a-round the mile oval in 1:38 1-5 one one-fifih
fifih one-fifih of a second shy of the track's
mile mark. Paquiro finished strong strongly
ly strongly to be the runnerup while Me Me-lendez
lendez Me-lendez finished a poor third.

Town's Wall, Opulento, Alhajar and

Mossadeq trailed in that order.

The form players took drubbing

as -only three favorites register registered
ed registered in the ten races. Rina Roi, a
winner last week, repeated at odds
of $27.20 to lead the upset para ir.
Feature race winner Eric return returned
ed returned $15.80.
The highly rated sprinter Chl Chl-roke
roke Chl-roke easily won his fifth race in
six starts when he took the night

cap by six lengths. Alejandro Y Y-caza,
caza, Y-caza, who scored aboard Proud

I carl and Chiroke, was the only
rider to win more than one race.

Tomorrow s Racing Card

lit Ract 8th Striti Imp. 8 Fi.
Purit $400.00 Paal Clam 12:45
FIRST RACI OF THE DOUILI

1 J. Duchess

2 M. Crlstlna

3 Tilama

4 Panzaretta
5 Dev. Club
6 (Bacana

7 (Amat
8 Ciprodal

J. Rodriguez 118
F. Hidalgo 120
F. Alvarez 110
J. M. Bravo 108
A. Vasquez 118
G. Vasquez 102x
B. Aguirre 115
R. Gomez 120

2nd Rica 6th Serial Imp. 6 Fat.
Pint: $400.00 PmI Clam 1:15
StCOND RACI OF THE DOUBLE

1 Soft Note O. Vasquez 100

2 Remiron B. Aguirre 108
3 P. de Gales J. M. Bravo 110
4 Bright Blade K. Flores 112
5 Pont6n V. Castillo 118
6 Oro Purlto A. Vasquez 110
7 L, Girdle G. Sanchez 118
8 Matruh F. Hidalgo 113

3ra Rica "G" Native! 5 Ft.
Punt: $27500 Paal Clam 1 :45
ONE-TWO

1 Ebony F. Sanchez 97x
2 Bull Flea. G. Vasquez 107x

3 Conquistador B. Baeza 104
4 KalalA J. M. Bravo 112
5 Avlspa B. Aguirre lis
8 Guarare J. 'Phillips 111

4th Raca "HI A" Natl

Punt $275 00 Paal Clam 2:20

QUINIELA
1 Que Llndo J. Phillips 108
2 Tap Lady A. Gonzalez 110
3 Blue Moon C. Igleslas 105

4 Don Manuel G. Montero 107x

5 Liboria G. Sanchez 114
6 Chito B. Aguirre 111

nra or 10

TIPS FOR REVISTA "18"
FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25

1 -Mirit Criitlnt
2 Lava's Gird It
3 Avitai
4 Chita
5 Wimaba
6 Ftnix
7 Mtlrott
8 Eicarial
9 Caral
10 T,

Amat ()
Oro Pnrita
Kalilii
, Llbaria
Man
Siaflt Sl.ipatr
Vtdtttt
Lyrical
Aaicha

Gavili1

1th Rie "HI A" Nitlvai 8 F.
Puna $279.00 Paal Clam 2:55
1 Pnsreida B. Baeza 100
2 Fllon J. RorMiruez 111
3 Winsabs A. Vasquez 112
4 Arranouin C. Meslas 108
5 HoMen Pick J. PhllUns 1"8
8 El Pasha. R. L. Gil 105

8th Rica 8th Strits Imp. Fan.
PurM M00.0O Paal Clam 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUILI
1 Reflector V. Orteea 110
1 -"Dun F. Alvarez m
3 Two 'Colours ' -ill-

4 Greco

5 Fenlx
8 a. Slipper
7 Incaica
8 Amln Didl

R. VAsouez HO

A. vquez-118
G. Vasquez 107x
F. Gatica 110
B. Aguirre 118

7th Race 5th Sarin Imp. 6 Fat.
Puna $500.00 Pool Clam 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Te Gano
2 Vedette
3 After Me
4 My Friend
5 S. Windsor
8 Melrose
7 Oyster
8 (R. Emblem
9 (Arrabalero
10 Fellac)
11 Socorrlto

D. Cortez 110
F. Hidalgo 108
F. Sanchez lOOx
R. Vasquez 115
A. Gonzalez 103
B. Aguirre 118
C. Ruiz 128
G. Vasquez 102x
G. Montero 105x
J. Phillips 112
G. Sanchez 115

8th Race 5th Siriti Imp. 8 Fa.
Puna $500.00 Paal Claitt 4:40

QUINIELA

1 Lyrical
2 Topocalma
3 Escorlal
4 Camberwell
5 Gay Spot
6 Persiflage
7 Nogalina

R. Vasquez 118
G. Vasquez 102x
B. Baeza 106
J. M. Bravo 105
A. Vasquez 113
D. Cortez 110
F. Alvarez 115

9th Raca "Christmas Clanic" NatWai
I Mtla Pun $5,000.00
Paal Clatet 5:15 ONE-TWO

1 Don Brigido G. Sanchez US
2 Tully Bar F. Gatica 100

3 Apache

Coral
5 Ocean Star
8 Lady Edna

J. M. Bravo 100
R. Vasquez 128
A. Ycaza 126
B. Aguirre 115

10th Raca 3rd Serial Imp. 7 Fat.
Pun. $650.00 Paal Clout 5:40

1 Chivilingo
2 Bacanclto
3 Gavilan
4 Tony
5 Elko

F. Hidalgo 110
A. Valdivla 110
A. Vasquez 115
G. Sanchez 115
G. Montero 112x

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Amat (e)
2 Love's Girdle
3 Avlspa
4 Chlto
5 Winsaba
6 Reflector
7 Melrose
8 Lyrical
9 Apache
18 Gavilan

Bacana (e)
Oro Purlto
Kalaln
Llborto
FJlon
Single Slipper
Vedette
Nogalftko
Coral
Tony

by
JOE WILLIAMS

At the ead of a ten rounder between two class B heavies at an antiquated
tiquated antiquated St. Nick's the other evening, the referee, having complet completed
ed completed his exercises in simple arithmetic, stood in a corner of he ring,
awaiting announcement of the official decision.
As he stood there a voice called to him from the floor ... "who'd

you have winning?"

The referee shook his head ... "damned if I can say now. l was
too busy handing in those round slips to remember."
This is a new system we have around here. Instead of one all all-conclusive
conclusive all-conclusive slip at the finish, there must be one from each of the
three officials, the referee and the two judges, at the end of each
round.
The slips are then worked into a master score card by a deputy

commissioner at ringside, but since the gentleman does not imme

diately share this information with customers or boxing writers,

what purpose Is it supposed to serve?

In boxing everybody is deemed guilty until proved innocent

and the check-after-each-round policy is simply another admirable

manifestation of the low esteem in which the assorted practitioners

are held.

Some weeks back our commission chairman ruled out lead pen
cils in scoring. Ink would have to be used. This would preclude era

sure, if for one reason or another, an official, on rechecking, de

cided to change his credits.
Overlooked was a large loop hole, temptingly inviting to any

body- who happened to be interested. An official could score with a
paint brush and still make the round, or point totals, fit his design
ATI he had to do was to leave a couple of rounds blank and fill them
in later. Inasmuch as the score card would be in his possession

from start to finish, who would ever know the difference
THfY MUST LOVi IT.

The next corrective step was the obvious one. Collect the slips
after each round. The loophole eliminated, the officials would be
and, in fact, are irretractable committed to their first call. It does
not follow, however, that the first call will be correct, or., and this
is what the regulation is primarily aimed at ... honest. If it were

possible to guarantee' capability and character by such a simple

contrivance, the ring would have had fool proof fight decisions cen centuries
turies centuries ago.
Whether the by-round check will be productive of more satis

factory decisions around here, we must wait and see. We'd have to
doubt it. As we'd observed so often, no system is going to make an
incompetent official, competent, an inefficient one efficient. And

the same men will continue to officiate. Only the conditions won't
be the same.

And that's the surprising thing. We mean, that these men will

continue to officiate in the face of slanderous implications, none too
thinly veiled, either. We do not know all the men on the staff, but
the ones we do know, are of excellent reputation. Moreover, they
are men of sound crltiial judgment as regards boxing values.

They certainly do not expose themselves to the abuse of The

customers, the' taunts of the press row ... and worst of all ... the

dubious respect of the commission, for the money they are paid.

Even for the big fights, the money is comparatively paltry, and to
some It is a negligible consideration.

The answer? They are nuts about the sport. You're right.

They'd have to be.

THE GOOD AND THE BAND

Jimmy Cannon refers to prize fighting as "the red light district
of sports." Appropriately enough. For not even the oldest old timer
can remember when the ring was free of immorality and corrup-

Mutuel Dividends

FIRST RACE

1 Rina Roi $27.28, 7.88.
2 Jaohaiin $7.88.

SECOND RACE
1 Proud Pearl $22.48, 7.46.
2 Teloreo $6.
First Double: $240.46
THIRD' RACE
1 Dr. Bill $6.40, 2.68.
2 Justina $2.86.
One-Two: $18.88
FOURTH RACE
L-o Galllto $3, 2.28.
2 Dona Perica $2.20.
Qunveta: S3
FIFTH RACE
1 Plateado $6.26, 2.80.
2 Bonifacio $2.60.
SIXTH RACE
1 Dawn Song $16.66, 5.88.
2 Ornamental Star $5.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Persian Countess $15.20, 6 26.
2 Mesereum $8.26.
Second Double: $123
EIGHTH RACE
1- Escasav $7.60, 3.40.
2 Starwcik $3.
Quiniela: $11.46
NINTH, race
1 Eric $15.80, 7. r
2 Paquiro $6.86.
One-Two: $49.;V
TENTH RACE

1 Chiroke $3.88, 3.

2 Pavinetto $3.20,

Along The Fairways

Colonel Gines Perez, TJSARCA-

RD3, School commandant, was
awarded the top trophy for win-

rung me Fort Davis oou Cnio
Match Play Tournament last
week.
Col. Perez copped the top tro trophy
phy trophy with a l up, W hole victory
over Sp3 Don Cameron of the
Fort Gulick Dispensary. It was
a tight match between the fwo
golfers, for at no time during
the match did either opponent
hold more than a two hole lead.
The back nine was a dramatis
see-saw affair with Cameron
rallying from behind to bring
the match to a tie on the last
two holes and push the match
into extra hole. On the 18th
hole, Col. Perez was on the
green in two while Cameron s
second shot was off to the right
of the green and was forced to
use a third stroke to chip or).
Col. Perez played the hold

safely by putting close to the
pin and finished up with a short
putt to par the hole. Cameron
was forced to try a long putt
since he was a stroke behind,
posting a 151 total for 36 holes.
The trophy presentation cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies were held Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Fort Davis Golf
Club. Winners and runners-up
were awarded trophies and mer merchandise
chandise merchandise certificates from the
Golf Club Pro Shop.
Besides winning the top tro trophy,
phy, trophy, Col. Perez won a $30 mer merchandise
chandise merchandise certificate and Sp3
Cameron received the second
place trophy, and $28 worth of
pro-shop certificates.

tion. And yet it must have something. No other sport has survived
i. a.! 1 v nfnpmAra

so many attacxs, oumveu so man;

uur commission cutuuuu u. v. w IC
precaution against official malfeasance. His decision to apply the
! ...... i "i- i l.- Jl.a.i.f.tinn if nnt artiv His.

Dy-rouna cnec piauuy ucjicaa uuoi.t..,
trust. s

We have to wonder, thougn, U it was necessary 10 lumpen
j.mnn.titi nrnhitv and nroficiencv with the greater number.

uuuwom t" r
who may be deficient on both counts.
If it was, then Little Julie Helfand has got a real problem oh his

hands.

SPOPTS

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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AFTER THE 5th RACE
OF THE CLUBHOUSE

FIRST PRIZE

$100.00

SECOND PRIZE . . ..-w . ... 50.00

OF THE RESERVED SEATS
FIRST PRIZE trt ... r .- ...... $ 50.00
OF THE GRANDSTAND
FIRST PRIZE ....". .$ 75.00
SECOND PRIZE ...... 50.00
THIRD PRIZE 25.00

1 DON BRIGIDO
2 TULLY BAR
3 APACHE
4 CORAL
5 OCEAN STAR
6 LADY EDNA

G. SANCHEZ 118
F, GATICA 100
J. M. BRAVO 100
R. VASQUEZ 126
A. YCAZA 126
B. AGUIRRE 115

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of onr patrons we are
now operating both at
the "COPACABANA"
and "SAVOY."

CHILDREN ARE NOT
ALLOWED AT THE
RACE TRACK

QUINIEUS
4th and 8th Races

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DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 'ffli, 7th RACES
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THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWWAPtt
PAGE NIN
Arnold Palmer To Defend Panama Open Crownt

MONDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1956

1956 Winner Notifies
Committee He'll Return
Arnold Palmer; winner of last year's Panama
Open golf tournament, will be among the partici participants
pants participants in the 1957 edition of the $7500 pro-amateur
tournament, which gets under way at the Panama
Golf Club Jan. 10.
Word was received from Palmer by the tour tour-lament
lament tour-lament committee today.

This young U.S. pro, who will j
aain carry the sponsorship of Ches

terfield cigarettes, put in his firs;

appearance here during the l5
Open, leas than one year after he
waa crowned amateur champ of
the U. S.. and immediately pro

ceeded to show the local gallery, his lie on the edge
that he knew what the game cf beyond the pin and

could ever hope for.
For five straight holes neither
Sam or Arnold could penetrate 'hu
others game but it was at the tough
No. 6, par four hole with Snead
down in par that the popular Pal

mer took a bead on the hole from

of the green
ran his shot

Teams
Chesterfield. ..
Carta Vieja
Cerveza Balboa

Won Lost Pet. GB
6 4 .600
4 4 .500 1
3 5 .375 2

WEDNESDAY'S GAME At Panama
Carta Vieja (Killeen 2-0) vs. Cerveza Balboa
(Brunet 1-1)
Game Time: 7:30 p.m.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT At Colon Stadium
Chesterfield 7, Carta Vieja 3.

golf was all about. straight into the cup for a bridie

His spectacular and steady play 3. the 12,000 first prize money and
brought him into the last hole a- the crown as 1956 Panama Open
long with Antonio Cerda and Ro- Golf champ,
berto de Vicenzo as possible win-! It is with great pride that the

ners, Tony sank a breaui-takiug local agents lor Chesterfield ciga-

nutt to put the pressure on tiu. rettes are bringing 'Palmer back

seasoned don Roberto and Ar- to these shores to defend his title

nold after fighting an uphill bat- and player and fan alike will wel

tie all the way. Di Vicenzo was come this young gentleman and

Rookie Nunez Stars
Before Hometown Fans

unable to can his putt which then
left the young Palmer with a cur curling,
ling, curling, downhill eight to ten foot putt
to sink for a tie with Cerda.
Palmer showed nerves of steel
in lining-up for the attempt but
his hall ran up to the cup only to.
break away in the last inch of
distance and he had to settle for a
second place tie with the Gauch

whii'e Roberto's countryman from

Argentina, Antonio Cerda took the

first place money.

Last years' tournament was a
different story however, for the
now more seasoned Palmer return returned
ed returned for his revenge and once aga'ti
captured the appeal of the local
fans. He and the great Sam Snead
fought it out over the 72 hole grind
only to finish up on No. 72 in a tie

when Palmer was equal to Sneads'i

great putt.
A sudden-death play-off was in

order and as Palmer and Snead

stood on No. 1. tee, the course
Marshall battled for about a half half-hour
hour half-hour to get the inmense gallery
over to the side-lines. Play was
finally started and the fans were
treated to as fine a show of golf,

teei nerves and thrills as one
a t

great golfer with anticipation.
The 1957 Open will again provide
the tops in golf entertainment for
the fans of Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone and the Committee is ex expecting
pecting expecting the largest turn-out ev ever
er ever for this event.
The complete list of profession professionals
als professionals and their sponsors, as released I

today by Dick Dehlinger, Chair- L chesterfield is now in first
man of the Tournament is as fol-'nlace hv one full eame over the

Gossip About
SPORTS
By WALTER C. WATSON

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
4 Ace righthander Humberto Robinson toattersd seven

hits in hurline the Chesterfield Smokers to a 7 to 3 win

over the Carta Vieja Yankees at Colon Stadium yesterday,
but it was Rodman Nunez, a rookie who "didn't even
know he was going to play,1' who drew the loudest cheers
from the packed stands at the sun-bathed ball park.

already

Today's column is dedicated to

wishing everybody a real Merry

and Safe Christmas. We nope that

Santa Glaus will be most generous

to you all and below list a few of
the- things we have asked for.

For Joe Nacchio, Kansas City's

Latin American Scout, the dis

covery of a star from Panama in
the same mold as Hector Lopez.

For Dick Dehlinger and the Pa

nama Open committee as much

success in the 57 Open as in the

previous tournaments.

v ....

For Ramon Mendez and the

Sports Syndicate of Colon, the ap appreciation
preciation appreciation and support of isthmian
baseball fans for keeping the game
alive. For Don Neco De La Guar Guar-dia,
dia, Guar-dia, Panama's most beloved sports
man,, many mora years of good
health and happiness,
i For Owen Sutherland, one of
Balboa High's most able athletes,
complete recovery from his foot football
ball football injury and the best year ever
in 1957.
For Winston Brown, who Is hav hav-inl
inl hav-inl a rough time, the ability to

find home plate and get roiling to
help his Cerveza Balboa team.
For all the players in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Professional and Amateur

lows:

Arnold Palmer, Chesterfield; Ro

berto de Vicenzo, Viceroy; Anto

nio Cerda, GIBCO; Dow Fins Fins-terwarld,
terwarld, Fins-terwarld, Panama Insurance Co.

Doug Ford, National Brewery;
George Bayer, Panama Fisheries;

Yankees.

Nunez, a Colon youngster who
was Smoker maanger Cohen's
choice yesterday to fill in for the
slumping Bobby Prescott in left
field, was not told by his sklp-

Der tnat ne was in me imcuy

Baseball Leagues base hits when
they count most and for the pitch

ers, shutouts when they hurt most.

t or the great Adalbert Fastlich.

father, benefactor and sponsor of

Teen Age baseball, the gratitude of
all the boys who have and are par participating
ticipating participating in his league and the

sincere appreciation of the com

munity for his assistance in build building
ing building better citizens for tomorrow.
For Lou Glud, the man who

gave us Little League baseball,
the realization of Ms fondest hope
a Little League Caribbean Seri

es.
For Panama's Little League base baseball,
ball, baseball, the opportunity--to work out
its problems and become a part of
the Caribbean District.
Fot, our "colegas," the efficient
Conrado Sargeant, J. J. Htrrison
Jr. and Victor Gray and to all the
other fine sportswriters, many op opportunities
portunities opportunities to attend their favorite
pastime prss conferences with
refreshments on the side.
And to complete the list we ask

Ifor ourselves the replacement of a

vitally important article, lost un under
der under unusual circumstances last
Friday.

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ess

. x ii T.i i t. i j ...

nn man, nacienaa nnaaque; Art until just before game una. -s
Doering, Cemento Panama; Mike! "I like to keep the young norj-

tetchik Chinqui Land Company;
Jim Feree, George Novey and E-

lectrlc Service; Joe Conrad, ES-

au; uoug santters, El Panama

Hotel and Henry Castillo, Commit
tee.

Admission tickets are on sale

at the Banks in Balboa at the Pa

nama Golf Club. Starting Thurs

day, tickets will also be available
at all Post Exchanges and Service

U1DS.

Army

Atlantic

11 edthei
manager
with

Optimistic About This
Season's Baseball Team

rcffulara in the dark as to whetlv

er they'll start or not because I
believe that keeps the pressure
off them," explained Cohen.
Looks like that theory paid
off in full yesterday for Nunei
for he had himself three hits
and a base on balls in four
trips to the plate. One of his
base knocks was a load off in-side-the-park
homer to right
centerfield in the fourth in inning,
ning, inning, v.
Another of his hits that thrill-

crowd as he snowea oiw-

eri in settlniz down ro

r-:amr in the fit th I ramei

with runners on first and sec

ond Nunei hit a grounder to the
right side on the diamond. Tony
Bartirome fielded the ball bat
by the time he could get it to
relief pitcher Pete Nicholls who
had slow poked it over to cover,

Robby Raps Em

Army Atlantic baseball manager
Frank Pennucci said recently, "It
looks very good for the "Bushmas "Bushmas-ters'
ters' "Bushmas-ters' this year." With but two re returnees
turnees returnees from last year's fourth
place nine, Pennucci seems to have
molded a group of newcomers in into
to into an aggregation that will certain certainly
ly certainly put up a strong fight for this
year's PAAF baseball crown.
. According to Pennucci, the
"Bushmasters" are two deep at ev every
ery every position, and have six starting
pitchers that can go nine innings
right now. Outfielder Tucker, from
San Diego, Calif., and infielder
Clayton Mitchell of Atlanta, Ga
are the two returning veterans.
Tucker, a 5 8', 170 pound speed speedster,
ster, speedster, compiled a .276 batting aver average
age average last year, and led the league
in stolen bases with 34. Mitchell,
5'U", and 170 pounds, played very
little, banging out three hits in ten
times at bat for a .300 batting average-Leading
the infield candidates
are long ball hitters, Rolando Pe Perez,
rez, Perez, a stout 5 7", 190 pounder
from San Juan, P. R., and Larry
Moore from Chicago, 111. Moore a
,5 10", 176 pounder was once a
member of the Kansas City Mo Monarch.
narch. Monarch. Adding depth to the infield are
Cotto Erazo, a 5' 3", 150 pounder
from Bayaman, P.R.; Alex Hun Hunter
ter Hunter of Kingsley, Pa.; and John Ke Ke-ros,
ros, Ke-ros, a 6' 1", 200 pounder from De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Michigan.
Hunter, a V, 160 pounder played
four years of Army ball, and Ke-

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I Carta Vieja

Ab
4

Patton, c
Wilhelm, ss 4
Phillips, 3b
Jacobs, 2b
Kern, cf 4
Kropf, rf 4
Mayling, If 4
Tavlor. d 1

Leftridge 1 0

Nicolls, p u v

l u

Totals

ros played at the University of
Michigan.

Lloyd Hess, r 6' 175 pounder and Bartirome. lb
Frank RnWnlnh s' T J ion MIM Uiume, 1U

battling it out for the first string
catchers berth. Hess, of Selby,
Tex., seems to have the inside
track for the Jan. 2 starting assign assignment.
ment. assignment. Rudolph comes from Forrest
City, Pa.
Alongside Tucker in the outfield
will be Jimmy Brown from San
Diego, Calif., and Al Simoes from
Plvmonth Moss Ttrnsvn ic a hue

ky.6' 3", 190 pounder, and Simoes RomDerer' P

is 5 9", 140 pounder.
Giving manage Pennucci some
outfield depth will be Julio Rami Ramirez,
rez, Ramirez, a 5' 11", 164 pounder from Ve Vega
ga Vega Alta, P.:i., and Wayne Corne Cornelius
lius Cornelius of Green Bay, Wis., Cornelius
is a 6' 186 pounder with two years
semi-pro experience.
Leading the men on the mound mound-staff
staff mound-staff win be Art Fowler of Lo
hart, S.C. Fowler, a 168 pound
right-hander, pitched "AAA" ball
in Nashville: Tenn.
Johnnie Shirley, from New York
City, and Jim Daley, from Mingo
Junction, Ohio, are expected to
form the nucleus of the pitching
staff, along with Fowler. Both are
right-handers.

Giving manager Pennucci bull

pen strength will be Al Diaz of
San Juan, P.R., and Connie Drum,
of Lenoir, N. C. Diaz is 5' 6" and
158 pounds while Drum is 5' 10"
and 160 pounds.
In their first pre-season exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition game against PAAF compe

tition, the Bushmasters

slightly bombed by Amador's

Troopers, 12-3. Although the score
was lopsided, a few bright spots
put manager Pennucci's mind at
ease. Third baseman Rolando Pe Perez
rez Perez proved himself to be a long
ball hitter, when he clouted a tri triple
ple triple over the left fielder's head.
Second sacker Larry Moore also
starred in a losing cause. Moore
a smooth fielding second sacker,
seems sure to be up with the
league leaders in hitting and field fielding.
ing. fielding.
Pennucci hopes that his team
will, give the men on the Atlantic
side something to shout about this
year. Everyone i spulling for him
to pull his team out of the doldrums.

h ro
2 5

the speedy Nuftej had

stepped on the sack.
Nuftez, who was a track star
at Colon's Abel Bravo college up
to a couple of years ago when
the 400 meter run was his spe specialty,
cialty, specialty, played first base and the
outfield for Orlando, Class D

Florida state League, last sum summer,
mer, summer, hitting .338.

This is his first season in the

Panama Pro League.

Robinson, who pitched -fine
fame, and could have had a
shutout had the breaks been
more in his favor, struck out
seven batters and did not issue
a single free pass, in pickng
up his second win against one
defeat.
Starter Pete Taylor dropped

his first decision against no

wins. He was followed to the
mound by Nlcolis and Dutch

Romberger.

Nufler perfect three-for-three

was tops for the eame's batters.

TBtrtfrome and-Eddie Phillips

witri two-for-Iour each were the
leading hitters for the. losers.

Old pro Frankle Austin and

catcher Marcos Cobos, both of
the Smokers, knocked in three

ana two runs respectively.

The fans were treated to an

unusual sight for the Pro Loop

when plate umprie Dan Rit-go
worked the game, under a broil broiling
ing broiling sun, with a coat on.
Pro League arbiters have been

coatless on the field down

through the years.
Ritzgo, an Army major sta stationed
tioned stationed on the Pacific Side
(PAD ares) who has worked in
the Class B Carolina League,
is a recent addtion to urn-pire-in-chlef
Dal Thornton's
staff.
"I guess the major did show
us (the umpires) up as poor
dressers," commented ThornliOn
after the game.

35 3 7 24 8

Leftridge popped out for Tay Taylor
lor Taylor in fifth.

Chesterfield

Napoleon, rf 4

Bernard, ss 5

parrls, 3b ...
E. Osorio, lb
Austin, 2b ...
Grote, cf ....
Nunez, If ....
Cobos, c
Robinson, p

1
2
0
12
I'
2
1
8
0

Totals

34 7 11 27 10

Score By Innings

Carta Vieja
Chesterfield

000 001 002 002-012
012 002-012 112 OOx-

3 7
-7 11

SUMMARY Errors: Wil Wilhelm
helm Wilhelm 2. Kern. Bernard. RBI's:

iw'c I Phillips, Kropf 2, Austin 3, Grote,

Nunez, Cobos 2. Earned runs:
Chesterfield 5, Carta Vieja 1.
Two base hits: Bartirome, E.
Osorio, Wilhelm, Grote. Home
runs: Nunez. Double plays: Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, Jacobs, Bartirome; Phillips,
Jacobs, sacrifice hit: Cobos.
Struckout by Taylor 2, Romber Romberger
ger Romberger 2, Robinson 7. Base on balls
off Taylor 2, Nicolis 4. Left on
base: Chesterfield 10, Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja 5. Pitchers' record: Taylor 4
runs, 8 hits in 4 innings; Nicolis
3 runs, 5 hits in 1 2-3 innings.
Winning pitcher: Robinson (2 (2-1).
1). (2-1). Losing pitcher TSylor (0-1).
Umpires: Ritzgo, Thornton, Wat Watson
son Watson and Williamson. Time of
game: 2:28.

Panama Golf Club

Stockholders Meet

Thursday Evening
The general meeting of the
stockholders of the Panama
Golf Club will be held on
Thursday, Dec. 27, at 8:00 p.m.
in the Clubhouse.
This meeting was originally
scheduled for December 13 but
dne to unforeseen circumstan circumstances,
ces, circumstances, had to be postponed untl
Dec. 27. The club officers wish
it to be announced that many
very important matters are on
the agenda for this meeting
and the attendance of all
member stockholders is ur urgently
gently urgently requested.
A buffet, beer, and surprise
entertainment will follow the
general meeting to cap off the
evening's event.

REPEATER? Panama Open champion Arnold Palmer re receives
ceives receives the congratulations of former President Ricardn AnAgp
at the conclusion of last year's tournament. Palmer, who w.H.
again represent Chesterfield, today notitted the tournament
committee that he will return to defend his championship,
next month.

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE:
PANAMA. REPUBLIC Of PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Extraordinary Drawing No. 1972, Sunday, December 23, 1956
THE WHOLE TICKET HAS 50 PIECES

First Prize
I ... i
Second Prize

Prize

5402 $100,000.00
4968 $ 30,000.00
2318 '$ rf,6t)d.oo

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAKES

No
0002
0102
0202
ono2
0402
0M2
OM2
0702
002
M2

Mm
I
300.00
300.00
.100.00
300.00
wtwi.no
inn nn
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00

1002
1102
1202
1302
1402
1502
1002
1702
1S02
1902

300 00
300.00
300.00
3N.00
5.000.00
300.00
30000
300.00
300.00
300.00

So
mt
2102
2202
2302
2402
2502
2602
2702
2802
2902

Print
I
300 00
300.00
300.00
300.00
5.000.00
300.00
300.00
300 00
300.00
300.00

Nn.
3002
3102
3202
3302
3402
3502
3602
3702
3802
3912

rrtlM
300.00
300 00
.100.00
300.00
5,000.00
300.00
300.00
300.M
300.00
300 00

So
4002
4102
4202
4302
4402'
4602
4602
4702
4802
4902

Maw
I
.100.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
5.000.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300 00

No.

Primo

5002 300.00
5102 300.00
5202 300.00
5.102 300.00
6402 100,000.00
3502 300.00
3002 .100.00
5702 30000
5802 .100.00
5902 300.00

No.
0002
6102
6202
6302
6402
6502
6602
6702
6802
6902

300.00
300 00
300.00
300 00
5.000.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300 00

NO.
7002
7102
7202
7301
7402
7502
7602
7702
1802
7002

Prill
I
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
5.000.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00

Na PrttOf INr Mt
8002 100 00 9002 300.00
ltt 300.00 9102 300.00
8202 3OO.00 9202 200 00
8302 300.00 1(302 300.00
8402 3.000.00 1 040(1 5,000.10
8502 300.10 1 0802 300.00
8602 300.00 1602 300.00
8702 30.00 1701 30.00
8801 301.00 ( 982 300.00
8102 300.00 1 WW 300 W

Approximations Derived From First Prize

(nn i.ooo.on I wis i.ono.00 1 5397 i,ow.m 539 t ,000.00 I moi l.tw.w I mm 1,000.00 I
S394 1,000.00 I 5396 1,60.00 53W 1,000.00 I 5400 1.000.00 5403 1,000.00 I 5415 1,000.00 I

5406
5407

. i
1,000.00
1.100 00

5409

I
1.090.00
1,000.1.0

541
5411

. I
1.000 09
1,000.00

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

B9 800,00 1968 500.M 2968 5 W W 39W 5W W 8WS W. WW 1W.M ttW W W WW WS.W j 9968 500.W
459 250.0 4W11 250.W 4963 TsiiM 4965 2M.M 4M1 250.W 4970 IM.M. 4972 25J.O 4974 25 W I 497 250 0
49W 2W.W 491 250.00 494 2W.W 496 2M.W 4969 2M.W 4971 250.00 4973 2WW 475 2W.W 4977 250,00

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

ti l t i i 'i 1 lii
0318 3W.W 1311 3W.W 3311 3W.W 4311 30 N WIS 300.00 6318 SOO.W 73U 3W.W S31S 360.00 j 931S 31SW.
230 200.00 I 2311 2W.W 2313 2w"!i 2315 200 00 I 2317 20.00 2321 2W.W 2322 2W.W 2324 200. j 232 2W.W
231 200 00 1 2312 200.00 2314 2W.W 231 2W.W I 2311 2W.W 2121 2W.W 2323 2W.W 2325 2W W 2327 200.0

Prize-winning Numpers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing was sold at: Panama 1st and 2nd; Colon 3rd
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 2 and not included in the above list win Forty Four Dollars (100.00) each.

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

WITNESSES: Lorenio Muftoz. Ced. No. 18-5017
Remo I. Zappi, Ced. No. 15-2925

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public Panama

PABLO

A. PINEL M
Secretary

fciYTC. Th wlmlnS ticket with th lt cipher and with th two lt
INU I C. eiphtr appTv only to th Pint Priz.
Th first Prl7e and the 2nd and 3rd Prlzm r drawn eparately Th ap ap-arnximation
arnximation ap-arnximation are calculated on the First. Second and Third PTize. in ca

a timet nouia carry ine numoen 01 cu pnzv.
aiaim payment (or each.

the holder 1 entitled to

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

First Prize. .
Second Prize.
Third Prize.

Sunday, December 23, 1956
Drawing Number 67S
Fraction

$11.00
3.00
2.00

02
68
18

Ticket
$220.00
60.00
40.00

The prima will be paid In eeotdiie wHh th Official LIM of Pinam
the alfirea of the National BnMeent Lattery floated a Ctatral Avn

h.

Avenue

Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1073 which will take
place December 30. 1056
Divided bi two rte of 21 traction each denominated "A" and ""

FIRST PHIZ

1 PI rut Prlre. Serte A and B, at
1 Second Priic. Series A and B. oi
1 Third Prize. Series A nd B, of
It Approximations, Series A and B. at
Prb.es. Series A and B of
tfl Prlzea. Series A and B. of
NO Prize.. Series A and H. ef

S22 DOO.OOO each aeries

noo each series
S .3O0.o each aeries
220 no each serlee
1. 100.00 each serie
06.00 each series
22 00 each series

SECOND PRIZE
IS Approximation. Series A and B of I S5.00 each series
Prizes Serial A and B. of 1100 each serie

llApproxiaiitlon

( Prlzea, Seri

THIRD PRIZ
Serte A and B of t

A and E of

44.0 each serlea
U 00 each serie

44.lWOOi
13 200.00
800 0
7 920 00
1Q.WO 00
II USD 00
S4M0.M

I KM mi
i.oto fo
I 1.5M J
1.1MQ0

1074 Prlzea

TOTAL 1147221

Price ota whole Hckef $2200
Price of o forty-fourth part .50

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Wednesday for Maj. Norman C.
McCardell, U.8. Army Caribbean
Special Services sports officer,
who died Saturday at Gorgas
Hospital.
Full military funeral services
will be conducted at 11 a.m. at
the Fort Kobbe chapel with the
2d Battalion of the 20th Infan Infantry
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Chaplains Roy A. Morden and
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will fly to the States Thursday.
Maj. McCardell's body will be
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Woods, also of Special Services,
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Record Budget Seen,
Guessed 72 Billion;
But II WIN Balance
WASHINGTON. Dee. 34 (UP)
President Eisenhower's fiscal
1858 Budget is expected to call
for more than 672 billion of fed
eral spending, an increase of
possiDty S3 winon over this
year.
The budget will balance for
the third straight year, inform informed
ed informed sources said.
But substantial tax cuts are
out for the time being. This in includes
cludes includes the small business tax re relief
lief relief proposed by a presidential
cabinet committee last summer.
Exact details of the budget are
under secrecy wraps until pres president
ident president Eisenhower submits it to
Congress In mid-January. But it
is certain to include bigger fig figures
ures figures for defense, atomic energy,
far programs and interest on
the public debt.
The projected increase for de defense
fense defense is roughly 62 billion.
Congress will again be asked
to increase revenues by raising
postal rates,
The budget is for the IX
months starting next July 1.
It will be the largest in peace peacetime
time peacetime history.
In the current year the gov
ernment Is spending almost 670
billion and taking in about 671
billion in taxes and other re revenues.
venues. revenues. The economic boom may
further swell tax income. The
latest official figures published
In August estimated expendi expenditures
tures expenditures at 600.1 billion and income
at 609.8 billion. This would have
rniant a 6700 mimon surplus.
t Well quanneo analysis now
Uiese totals are ioo low.
U.S. Newsman Going
To Rod China io be
'Test' Banning Case
HONG KONG, Dec. S4-(UP)
American newsman William
Worthy defied a State Depart
ment ban today and boaraea a
train for communist China im
mediately upon his arrival from
the United States.
Worthy, who said he was a
correspondent of the Afro-American
Weekly News magazine
published in Baltimore, told
newsmen he was going to Chi
na lor a month's tour.
He said if the State Depart
ment tried to take action after
he comes, out he is willing to
make himself a test case.
Worthy said he aot permission
to visit Red China long ago. He
said whie a nleman fellow at
Harvard he wrote a letter to the
Communist government saying
he would visit China by Christ Christmas
mas Christmas time and got a cable of ap
proval last sunoay.
The Chinese Communist gov
ernment recently issued entrance
visas to a 'number of American
newsmen but they decided not
to go to Peiping because of
strong state department pres pressure
sure pressure and disapproval by Presi President
dent President Elsenhower.
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able adaptable to freezer storage than al almost
most almost any other kind of cake,
Frances O. Van Duyne, of the Uni
versity of Illinois foods research
staff reports.
Fruitcake remains moist during
freezer storage because of the
fruit and fat in It.
In tests comparing fruitcakes
stored in a freezer and at room
temperature, both were rated
about the same for flavor after
one month of storage. But after
three months' storage, the frozen
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Europe Oil Scene
BrigMens in Jan.
Says Cabinet Head
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)
Interior Secretary Fred A.
Seaton thinks free Europe's oil
supply will be "much brighter"
in January.
Seaton said yesterday that
this opinion is based on fieures
supplied by the Middle East e-
mergency committee. The com committee
mittee committee is made ud of 15 maior
American oil companies which
are pooling their resources to
help meet western Europe's
pressing oil needs.
Hugh a. Stewart, the Interior
Department's director for oil,
estimated that Europe's January
supplies will be only about 20
per cent less than its pre-Suez
crisis supply.
The committee estimated that
western Europe and Mediterra Mediterranean
nean Mediterranean countries will receive an
average of 2,070,000 barrels of oil
a day during January, compar compared
ed compared with the 1,908,000 barrel av average
erage average this month.
The oil moving into Europe is
coming from the Middle East
(despite the blocking of the Suez
an ddamaged Middle East pipe
lines), the U.S. Gulf Coast, and.
South America. No breakdown
was given dn the amount to
come from East area, although
Seaton has said he hopes this
country can average shipments
or 500,000 barrets aJSiy to west
ern Europe.
Syria Asks Lebannon
To Return Plotters,
47 on 'Wanted' List
DAMASCUS. Svria. Dae. dTP.
Syria plans to ask Lebanon to re-
iurn memoers ot a group oi alleg alleged
ed alleged nlottftra spninst that state tn Sy
rian soil to face trial, informed
sources said today.
A ffovernment official revealed
yesterday that 47 persons, includ
ing former "strong man" Col. A-
deeb Shishakly had been charged
with treason and conspiring to o-
verthrow the government. Some
fled to Lebanon when they rcafn-
pH thov uroraa ahnilt In Ho nnm,elr.
ed, and the Syrian government now
pians to asK tor tneir extradition,
! J j A 'i
tniormea sources sam loaay.
At least 10 of the alleged plot plotters
ters plotters are believed to be now in
neighboring Lebanon, including
three members, of parliament and
three army officers, including Mo Mo-hamed
hamed Mo-hamed Safe, formerly Syrian mili
tary attache in Washington.
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Offered Some Advice
HOT SPRINGS, S.D.-(UP)-A
United Press dispatch brought
plenty of advice to a Hot Springs,
5.d editor.
The dispatch told of the city's
skunk troubles. The animals came
into town from the woods at night
A local taxpayer wrote the editor
that the town might well be nick
named "Skunk Hollow" and ad
vertised as the "stinkingest town
in the United States.
"The American sense of humor
is known universally," he wrote
the editor, "and such a claim
might be just the ticket to bring
the curious and interested people
of this fun-loving country into Hot
Springs.
A Tulsa, Okla., man noted that
deodorized skunks are worth as
much as $35 each, and said that
without realizing it, your city
may have a 'bonanza' and with ft
the oossibilitv of becoming the No.
1 'skunk hollow" of the U.S."
A York, Pa., man suggested the
nuisance could be abated by scat
tering mothballs around town.
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Russia Says Tanya
Was Tool Of War
MOSCOW, Dec, 14 (UP) -The
Communist party newspaper
fravda charged today that west western
ern western authorities forced the return
of little Tanya Chwastov to the
United States in an attempt to "in
cite a cold war" with Russia.
The official Soviet newspaper
also said the return of the l-
7 ear-old girl to her mother in De Detroit
troit Detroit was .ordered, to prevent her.
father, Alexis Chwastov, from go
ing to the Svoiet Union.
The Russian-born. Chwastov
slipped Tanya out of the United
States last Oct. 3. On their arrival
in England, however. British au
thorities made Tanya a ward of
the British court.
On Dec. 13. a British court ruled
that the child's mother. Mrs. Hel
ena Diaezok, should have custody.
xanya was flown back te tha
United States with her mother,
A Pravda dispatch from
London, recounting the case today
sam uritisn authorities separated
Tanya from her father in order
"to oblige American investi
gators."
This was an attempt to play
on the paternal feelings of Chwas
tov to force him to renounce his
motherland," Pravda said.
Death Toll Soars
Pasl 400-Mark
On US Highways
CHICAGO, Dec. i(UP)
The death toll on the nation's
highways soared past 'the 400-
mark today and climbed toward
a new Christmas holiday record.
Ned H. Dearborn, president of
me National saiety council,
said the toll was running ahead
of estimates and it was "In "Increasingly
creasingly "Increasingly evident" the council's
forecast of 000 dead would be
exceeded.
A United Press survey at 1L
a.m. EST showed 411 persons
killed in traffic. Another 23 were
killed in fires. 7 died In plann
crashes and 44 died in miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous mishaps, for ah overall
accident death toll of 485.
Traffic deaths occurred on an
average of one every 10 min
utes.
California continued to show
the worst highway safety re re-Rnrri.
Rnrri. re-Rnrri. with 41 deaths. Illinois
followed with 33, and Texas was
third with 27.
Three teen-agers were killed
in a train-auto collision near
Louisville, Ky., last night. The
car smashed into the side of a
locomotive, was dragged 100'feet
and hurled into a ditcn.
Two fires claimed the lives of
13 persons in Minneapolis and
Merlden, Con. Eight persons
perished In a fire touched off by
defective wiring on a Christmas
trn at. Doctors Memorial Hos
mtal in Minneapolis. A mother
and four children died In a Me
rlden tenement maze.
Baby Doll is:
So's Mother
N. Y. Dec. 24 (UP)-'BPby Doll
cave birth to a baby at 11:30 p.m.
yesterday in Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Carol Baker, 22, star, of the.con the.con-troversial
troversial the.con-troversial film "Baby DoU" and
her own 8 lb. 4 oz. bany, Biancno
were doing very wen ai me nps-
pital, a spokesman said.
In the mm miss uaKer is cas
as voung bride of an older man.
In real life she is the wife of Jack
Garfein, stage and screen director

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Chou

En-lai To Visit Poland

During Election
WARSAW, Poland; Dec. 24 -(
UP ) Communist Chinese Pre Premier
mier Premier -Chou En-lai will visit Po
land next month in hurriedly-announced
, visit apparently
coinciding with Poland's .first
elections under the liberal new
regime, it was announced today.
The government news agency
announced that Chou, who is to
travel to Moscow shortly after
New Year's Day, will arrive here
"in the middle of January."
National elections for a new
SEJM (parliament) are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Jan. 20. Chou amjarent-
ly would be here during the
windup of the campaign or on
polling day itself.
Observers said thtt.Chou's de decision
cision decision to pay a "friendly visitto
Poland right after his Moscow
mission gave new significance to
his original decision, announced
yesterday, to visit Russia.
The trip mean that Chou will
be extending his already long
BERKELEY, Calif. -(UP)-Tke
"Dr. Kinsey" of the rattlesnake
world is a heavy-set 72-year-old
engineer from San Diego named
Laurence M. Klauber.
Klauber. who has been studying
the snakes as a hobby for more
than 30 years, has set down his
observations and research results
in a definitive work, published by
the University of California .Press.
The work, entitled "Battle
snakes," and sub-titled "Their
Habits, Life Histories and Influ
ence on Mankind," fills two heavy
volumes of 1,476 pages and in includes
cludes includes 58 tables and 245 : itlustra
tions. '
me dook is mtenaeo to oe an
encyclopedia, of the rattlesnake
and it is hard to think of a bet
about rattlers that Klauber's book
would not settle including the
mos' intimate details.
Conversation Pic i
Despite th... scholarly detail with
which the subject is treated, (ft
pages and 20 illustrations on t,
rattle, 87 pages and 27 illustra
trons on the snake's ooisnn mns
ratus), the books are written with
a keen sense of humor and an eye
for the points of interest to the"
average reader.
"Rattlers, despite or maybe be
cause of-4heir sinister reputa
tions, will always bridae a. dul
spot in a dinner conversation," the
author observes.
And the volumes are dedicated
to Mis wife, "who not only endure
a basement full of rattlesnake, for
more than 30 years., but also
fered the annoying imposition o
austerity that goes with research
in the home."
Wrono Idea.
Klauber blasts the misconcen
tions that, humans have built uo

Rattlesnakes

Kinsey

th-v' .TL ii ri4"nK trtac There were Indications that the
!L"fes:?"vel in ?ai (therjeonferences between Chou and

uu uson a one snaKe is killed
11. .. .-Ill 1. -A .. f
. : W.U Seen oui ana one the
xuier (the snakes are nowhere
nearly that intelligent), that moth
er snakes swallow their young in
times of danger (rattlers have ai
most no maternal instinct and the
reat is anatomically impossible).
He discusses the function of the
rattle, the food of the snake, its

hibernation habits, swimming ahilMsits to neutral India and Burma,

any, repruaucuon, locomotion aqd
meuious on securing prey, as .wei
as treatment of snakebite, co" ro
of rattlesnakes, the relationshii
between Indian tribes and th
snakes and how to keep from be
ing bitten by a rattler.
His conclusions are contained in
two paragraphs at the end of the
second volume. He admits th'
snake is dangerous and should bt,

uevsvjieu, uuu inHuicuiar ucuimjarfa

x v..l ...
that the rattler has any espeeia
enmity lor manKintj.
"It could not, through the ages
ha" developed any espe- en
ma fiir man, sin-e theXaCW
man being any rattlesnake ina
encounter is usually the 'last.'
Klauber concludes. t

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absence from PeiDinar after a
monthvlong tour of southeast
Asia and in fact cutting off the
tail-end of that long-scheduled
tour.
Tne official announcement nf
Chou's acceptance of an invita invitation
tion invitation to Warsaw was couched in
the same language of the Soviet
announcement regardlnjr Mos
cow yesterday. Neither gave any
clue to the exact purpose of the
consultations which are bound
to take place.
In Warsaw, observers wern
particularly struck by the tim timing
ing timing of an official visit tn onlrw.
clde with the national elections;
This will be the first voting since
Pbllsh Titoite leader Wladyslaw
Gomulka- came to power here.

Atomic-Armed Missle To Knock Out Whole Fleets,
To Take Place In US Arsenal In About Two Years

WASHmOTMCI. SMOTH
Mm.DMM n to,
Ha w an aiumir-Hi mtui missile ran:
i-SJ?l
of enemy bomb Will take 1
nlan in thai nation a arsenal m
avr
about two years
The missile is the Army's nik
B or Nike-Hercules, a more lethal
model of the Nike missile which
is now guarding 19 of the nation's
principal cities against air attack
Nike B has been several years
in development and is now near
ing the operational stage. It is
capable of carrying atomic war
heads and has range enough no
take Over the functions ot a short short-range
range short-range interceptor plane.
Rear Adm. J. L Sides, deputy
to Defense Department missile
czar Eger Murphree, said in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Thursday that Nike B "will
soon' take its place alongside the
Nike missiles in defense of the
continental United States."
Sides said Nike B "will reach
oui into the snort-range intercep
tor regime" and be capable of
"carrying either normal high ex
plosive warheads or warhead
wrtn sumcient power to sweep e.,
tire close formations of airplan
from the sky.
Red Chinese Premier
Going to See Moscow
And Strengthen Ties
MOSCOW. Dec. 24 (UP)-Com-
ninnist Chinese Premier Chou En-
ai, iresn iruin a luur in ueuviai
and pro-western Asian countries,
..: 1 1 .1U 1(a. ... ...I MAMrlt f n
IjjVIH V1MI 1UUBCUW IICAl uu
fXelp "strengthen peace," the
Kremlin announced today.
The announcement said Russia
extended th invitation. It gave
no, indication of just when or how
long Chou woyld stay in Moscow.
Cnou was last here in February
when he and Mao Tse-tung,
tl. Chinese chief of state, signed
a Chinese-Soviet mutual aid pact.
The Soviet announcement said
Chou would pay a "friendly visit"
for the purpose of "strengthening
peace."
..WW t..Hr. wmiM hr.M im
tortant
international develop
meats
Observers pointed to tWo facts:
l.The Soviet .central Commu Communist
nist Communist party committee held, meet
ings last week. None of its deci
sions has been disclosed.
2. Chou now is concluding a
tour of Southeast Asia, including
and pro-wester Pakistan.
(Sources in Karchi, where Chou
wound up talks with Pakistan
cavers today said he will move
a release the 10 American civu civu-ans
ans civu-ans still held prisoner in China
.m an attempt to better Chinese-
-American relations.)
(Western sources have predict-
a a major communist diplomatic
offensive ihanina up for the Asian
(It was recalled that Chou con
ferred with Indian Premier Jawa Jawaharlal
harlal Jawaharlal Nehru just before Nehru
left for his current visit to the
United StatesrNehru. is hellewsd
to have relayed to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower Chou's stand on various
international matters.)

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Imlia's Nehru Arrives lit London
ForXmas Eve Luncheon With Eden

LONDON. Derv ?i rrmi
Indian Premier Jawaharlal
Nehru arrived here today by air
irorn Canada for a Christmas
re.llmcl.eon wlth Brit1h Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Etfen and
muks on ine Suez crisis.
Their meeting, followino- w,
ru s consultations with Presi
Efsenhwer last week, was
i nequers, Eden's coun country
try country residence.
Smiling and wearing a
ros? in his scarf Nehru told re reporters
porters reporters at the airport :
i mink this Christmas sea season
son season more particularly should
enthuse us to thoik in terms
of peace and settling our-prob-
" peaceiui way."
k'2 d0 P1unk Jherc are ,ndica ,ndica-"5
"5 ,ndica-"5 and hopefnl signs that we
the difficulties we have had to
face.
After his. lunch with Eden the
ipdian Premier was to drive to
SSISW1 sPend Christmas
HHia,ri Mouatbattcn- th last
British Viceroy of India before
it became independent.
A Defense Dep,rtt
man ied how im
spokes
'eftftn'
chkinftyh Sides'
office, he said "This usually
1
miaht k. :
" ' fiuuui i wo
years, mor or
less.
The spokesman added that Nike
d a now m "an advanced state
trf testing" and that "decisions
nave been made to put'Hhe missile
into operational use."
Nike B. however he.
petitor which may push it to the
sidelines before ft can become
erational.
The Air Force is pushing for in-
aiiauo of the Navy-eveloped
ifu IIs 1 1 e m Preference to
ike B The Defense Department
is now studying the relative mer
.ft? te two missiles, with the
iitiruuuuu mat a
combination wll
Rochester Seeking
To Aid Alcoholics
uuniiSTER. N Y ttp
Health leaders here expect to be
ready by the first of the V.-'Jf with
plansvfor a "halfway house" to
rescue alcoholics caught in the
Skd Row-to-jail cycle.
. Dr. John L. Noriris, chairman of
the Alcoholism Committee of the
Health Association of Rochester
and Monroe County said 70 per
cent of offenders sent tn the
county penitentiary each year arc
ciaairgea wiin pupiic intoxication.
wnen they get out of jail, he
saw, they return to Skid Row
where their "f;eds" are. Before
long they are back in jail.
morris ana nis associates envi envision
sion envision a small Institution where the
alcoholic can break the cycle and
find his way back to society.
m ine center the program of Al-
coholics Amnymous' can be
rought to the victims "tn digest!
Die ooses," moms added.
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STiSST' 3"!"7' Cri-
Nehru will return to New Del-
Thursday.. Accompanied by
his daughter Indira Gandhi he
was met at the airport bypeter
222? yf presldent
M.l0,ratle'D'K' Krishna
M" Vila's roving minister,
Ambassador in London.
ri ?0m, 0ttawa ln a spe.
nit SAir Force Constellation
Placted at his disposal by Presi Presi-ffil
ffil Presi-ffil senhower after their
talks in Washington.
Nehru and Eden are expected
to discuss Britain's intervention
haWn8016'
latlons commonwealth re-
f,? y?s bltterly opposed to
the British action, but Nehru in-
?tted.w! ltawa last W
farmed commonwealth ties it
nas not done permanent dam-
age. -.'"'a'."
Eden is expected to ask Neh Nehru
ru Nehru s help as a benevolent neu-
arfi nt ?ect,lnS sPdy clear clearance
ance clearance of the blocked Suez canal.
jbe used
in the nnllnn'a air J.
fenses.
Nike B ha one advantage over
uuu, Ifc can oe installed
m the present Nike sites after
some modification of the ground
equipment. Talso would require
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Oden Defense Plan
Makes Life Sad For
Bad Check Artists
OGDEN, Utah tVT) It's get get-tmg
tmg get-tmg so. a bad check artist
even make a fast buck ln this city
w iu.vuu.
The Chamber of Commerce, co cooperating
operating cooperating with the city's detecHve
bureau and department stores hal
come up with this plan.
When police learn, a person sus suspected
pected suspected of passing bad checks is
headed for Ogden they call warn warnings
ings warnings to 10 downtown raerchanls
with store switchboards. Each
switchboard operator then notifies
10 other stores, giving a descrip description
tion description of the offender, his methods
and other pertinent information.
All data is passed on to employes.
Clerks, in turn, notify police im immediately
mediately immediately if they suspect someone
of attempting to cash a rubber
check.
The city, having tried the sys system
tem system with success during past holi holiday
day holiday seasons, now is planning to
use it all year,
Norman Anda. chairman of the
chamber's retail merchants divi division
sion division estimates the warning plan
"can save V merchant!
thousands of dollars per year."
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US Economists Work Out New

Food Plan For US Housewives side ounces BvCoibroith

WASHINGTON, Dec M -(UP
Home economists the Agrteul
tare Deprtfflent hVe JWtWd oU6
a new daily ft6d ptCB tg
housewile rouAd out an adequate
fTh?5ln distributes essentltl
foods into fur groups mU,
Selt, vegetlble-fruiLand

cereals, li i mF tL i

8el wJaA in

tionai joon uumc, -. r
1148, Some department ofllcW

predict me new iny"
uperside nd eventualfy replaci
the food guide ia popultnty-
UAder the basic seven food
groups, the department recom recommended
mended recommended this foundation diet (1,
Leafy, green, and yellow vW
tables, one or more servings daily.
(2) Citrus fruit, tomatoes, ra

caooage, oh m
(t) Petatoes and other vegetables
and fruits, two or more servings,

to lour cup n "":,;r-
j nr mnn runs for aflUltS,

Vint inv v
.u.M.f. nf milk enuivalent in

cheese and ice cream; () Meat,
poultry, fish, eggr, dried peAs
Teans, one to tw sewings; (6)
Bread, flour, ceieals whole-grain
enriched or restored, some every
day; and (7) Butter end fortified
margarine, some daily.
The four-group plan draws an
adequate toulldion diet Into this
orbit! (1) Mult group -r children,
threAto ftur cups daily; teen teen-agers,
agers, teen-agers, four or more cups; adults
two tr pore cups; pregnant worn'
en, four or more cups; nursing
mothers, six or mor cups.

part of the milk; (2) Meat group-
-... am oarutntfa At" hppf

jVrtl VI uivi : ovt
veal, pork, lamb, poultry, fish, or
eggs, with dry beans and peas and
nuts as alternates; (3) Vegetable Vegetable-fruit
fruit Vegetable-fruit group four or more servings,.-including
a darK green or
yellow green vegetables important
for vitamin A at toast every other
day; citrus ftuit or Other fruit Ot
rere table important for vitamin

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tables i n C 1 u d i n g potatoes; (4)

Bread-cereals group four or
more servings, whole grain, ei-

riched, restored.
Th minimum number of sefv

lags listed forms a foundation for
a good diet the department said
To round out meals and to satisfy

the appetite many persons will ust
more of these foods and everyone

will use foods not specified but butter,
ter, butter, margarine, other fats, dill,

sugars, and unenriched refined
grain products. The department

SSid these "Other" foods fr

quently are combined with the
suisested foods in mixed dishes.

baked goods, desserts, and other

reope dishes.

House economists Louise Page

and Esther F. Pbioard of the de

partment's Agricultural Rtsearch

Service worked out the four iroup

plan. They based it on intricate
and detailed measurements of food

Quantities and values and research

based surveys of consumption pat patterns
terns patterns and supplies. They came up

with a simplified food p'an m

which only calcium, protein, and
vitamins A and C values need be

rated.

John Sentenced
To Fpur Years;
Double Maximum
KARLSRUHE, Germany, Dee.
S8--(UP)-The West German
Supreme Court todav sentenced
former counter-intelligence chtef
Dr. Otto John to four years im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment for treasonable con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy while In communist Bast
Germany.
. The court doubled the maxi maximum,
mum, maximum, sentence demanded by the
federal prosecutor. John, Who
spent 17 hours in Red-ruled East
Germany, was found, guilty of
treasonous disclosure of "false"
State secret! And treasonable

conspiracy.

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1M by Nf A fcntoa. M.

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doesn't even write about boys in her diary!"

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for CoNm, Entire Republic
1500 Jobs, Economic Boost
Seen By RP Refinery Boss
A lubstantial boost In the economy of Colon and the entire Republic of Panama, with employment op opportunities
portunities opportunities for hundreds of workers, appeared in the making today.
Details of the immediate and long-range plans of Refineria Panama, S.A., were outlined last week by the
firms' general manager, Capt. J. K. Galleher.
' In a speech sponsored by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club, Oalleher revealed that the target date for

completion of construction specifications ior ine reiinery

' Expected to be accomplished
luting the upcoming dry season
tre"! Construction of an access
road; erection of service buildings;
Clearing of land areas; movement
fiiearth in plant sites, grading
and back-filling of low areas, and
possibly the construction of some
of the refinery foundations before
the end of dry weather,
j For the dry season of 1958, Gal Galleher
leher Galleher gave as the plant's goals:
Construction of the refinery pro proper;
per; proper; construction of the tankage
area; building of the plant residen residential
tial residential area; dredging, and construc construction
tion construction of docks and harbor facilities,
.estimated that construction
and completion of chemical pro-
ctag facilities would De carried
ver a span of five years dat dat-rom
rom dat-rom May of this year.
f "Curing constructor it is eon eon-tervatively
tervatively eon-tervatively tstimated that wo
wil(tmploy about ISM local poo poo-p
p poo-p o,r Gallohor declared. "If the
laownmont of Panama implo implo-Mns
Mns implo-Mns the deck that wo shall
furnish to thorn by constructing
o rood to it, warehouses, parking
.areas, customs, immigration and
pubic health facilities, the em em-;ploment
;ploment em-;ploment rolls will be further
swelled."
I GaSeher told his audience that
ff'e finery should operate on a
il-niftr basis with approximately
140 people of all classes. He added
Eatwhen the chemical plants are
deration, employment rolls
'ioird go up to about 200.
"We are committed by our con contract
tract contract to spend $33,000,000 in this
venture." Galleher asserted. "We
estimate it will be closer to $50,-
Weather Or Not
this woathor report (or the 24
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BALIOA CRISTOIAL
TIMPERATRi:
High
low
HUMIDITY:
High
Low .x
WIND:
m. mph) .
RAIN (inches)
WAT TMP.:
(inner harbors)

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000,000 before we are through. In
the very short time we have been

working in Panama we nave a
cash investment of about half a
million dollars."
Outlining the benefits to Pana
ma, Galleher listed the following:
1. Petroleum products should be
cheaper.
2. Chemical products used in a-
griculture will be produced on the
spot in Panama readily available
at reasonable cost to the people
of the Republic in Agrarian pur pursuits.
suits. pursuits. Agriculture in Panama
should be stimulated.
3. The products of the chemical
plants should give rise to the es establishment
tablishment establishment (most likely in Co Colon's
lon's Colon's Free Zone) to many fabri fabricating
cating fabricating plants for the manufac manufacture
ture manufacture of plastic items of all de descriptionsfor
scriptionsfor descriptionsfor example automo automobile
bile automobile and truck tires could be ma manufactured
nufactured manufactured hart.
4. Las Minas Bay will become a
seaport of large proportions. For
the first time in Panama's history
it will have its own deep-water,
fully protected, all weather har har-hnr
hnr har-hnr It will have the same depth
of water as presently prevails in
the waters unaer me jurwuicuuu
of the Panama Canal and should
he full of ships all the time, both
cargo vessels and tankers. All car cargo
go cargo destined for Panama or from
trans-shipment from Panama
should come into Las Minas Bay.
Components of the plant were
outlined by the speaker as follows:
1 The refinery, with a capacity
of 70,000 barrels of refined prod
ucts per day.
7 Th tank farm, with a capacity
to store 2,000 barrels of oil, In ad
dition to those tanxs mere wiu oe
the smaller tank's used m tne pro processing
cessing processing refinery and chemical by
products and the storage of them.
3. The chemical plants.
4 The docks, which win accom
Father Strikes Back
LISBON, Dec. 24 (UP) Father
in., tit ramp into his own here.
Portuguese mothers have their
special day on Dec. 8 for repaying
the tokens of filial love so why
should father be left out ia the
cold?
A large group known as the Jose
association "os Joses de Portu Portugal"
gal" Portugal" wiH present a petition to
the president of the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly next March 19, asking that
in the future the feast of St. Jo-
hiliday in honor of papa.
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modate a Liberty ship and which
will be large enough to serve e-
ven larger vessels such as a T-2
tanker.
5. The channel of 35 feet which
will exactly match the controlling
depths in Cristobal Harbor and in
the Panama Canal.
6. Sea loading and discharge ter
minalAbout 1.7 miles out in the
ocean of Las Minas By will be es
tablished a submarine loading and
discharge terminal in some 65 feet
of water. This terminal will ac
commodate the largest ships afloat,
Including Ludwing's 84,000 and
103.000-ton class ships. Under wa
ter pipelines of large capacity will
connect the submarine terminal
with the refinery.
Manufactured products of the
refinery were listed as gasoline
(any octane, including aviation
gas of any octane), dlesel oil,
kerosene, bunker "C" for ships
and industrial plants, and the
distribution of water for local de demand.
mand. demand. What already has been done on
the refinery project was outlined
by Galleher as follows:
"The contract with the Panama
government was signed on May
of this year. We began operations
on May 10. First we made quick
surveys of Porto Belle Buenaven

tura Bay the area between theStates.'

(NEA Telephoto)
SEGREGATION ENDS ON MONTGOMERY BUSES Rev.
Martin King (left), one of the leaders of the year-long boy boycott
cott boycott against city buses in Montgomery, Ala., rides a bus from
his home as desegregated city buses roll through Montgomery's
streets for the first time in history. Seated beside Rev. King
is Rev. Qlenn Smiley. Leaders urged Negroes to seat them themselves
selves themselves on a "completely non-segregated basis that Includes
sitting next to whites" but to act with "calm dignity and
wise restraint."

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Desegregated
1. Tallahassee
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.', Dec 2
(UP) Negro leaders mingled
with white passengers on near near-empty
empty near-empty city buses today and Ig Ignored
nored Ignored a formal request from
each driver to "kindly take seats
at the rear of the bus."
Police chief Frank gtoutamlre
and city officials met in closed
session through the morning
and gave no immediate indica indication
tion indication whether they would chal challenge
lenge challenge this second mass desegre desegregation
gation desegregation of a city bus line in the
Deep South.
Montgomery, Ala., buses were
desegregated last week.
The Negro lnter-civlc council,
which led a seven-month boycott
of the transit line this year, be began
gan began the Christmas Ere attempt
at full integration without ben benefit
efit benefit of a court decree.
Council leaders began riding
the bases shortly after 8 a.m.,
taking seats in the front, but
other Negro passengers contin continued
ued continued to sit in the rear.
The Rev. C K. Steele, local
NAACP president and head of
the council, rode one bus through
a white residential area.
The Rev. J. Metz Rollins,
council treasurer, and Negro
grocer Dan Speed took front
seats for four bus rides through
the swank white suburb of Bet Bet-ton
ton Bet-ton Hills.
Th only incident reported
was refusal of- bus company
manager Charles Carter to al allow
low allow news cameramen to take
pictures aboard the buses, car carter
ter carter ordered one television cam cameraman
eraman cameraman to leave his camera
with the driver during his ride.

u 01 next year.

Naranja Islands and the shoreline,
and at Lai Minas.
"By May 20, ten days later, Las
Minas Bay was definitely selected
as the best location for our pro-
Dosed facilities.
"Detailed surveys of the harbor
were started. We began extensive
testing of the soil in the land a a-reas
reas a-reas to determine the bearing ca capacity
pacity capacity of the soil and sub-strata,
testing was also made of the land
under water to determine just
what dredging difficulties we
might encounter.
"Somewhere in the neighborhood
of eight to 900 individual holes
were bored and samples taken in
this testing program. Steps were
taken to acquire the necessary
land the plant sites were survey surveyed
ed surveyed and topographical maps made.
Several routes for the access road
from the Transisthmian Highway
Into the plant were surveyed be before
fore before one was selected.
"The actual design of the refine refinery
ry refinery and chemical plants was start start-Mi
Mi start-Mi on June 1. and the design phase
was comnleted Sept. 29. CoMtruc-
tion specifications are now being
prepared. A shop building,
warehouse building and office
building have been designed. The
steel work for this construction is
expected shortly from tne united
soiasbarfo
Buses in...
2. Montgomery
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec 24
(UP1) The fourth day of bus
integration began smoothly here
today and Negroes were caution cautioned
ed cautioned to remain calm "in case there
should be any violence."
The Rev. M. L. King, Negro
minister who led the year yearlong
long yearlong boycott by Negroes of the
eity transit system, disclosed
from his pulpit yesterday that
a shotgun blast ripped
through a window of his home
early Sunday morning. Police
wer investigating.
King said the blast tore a
small hole in a front window of
his home.
Police Capt. E. O. Brown said
the blast was "blrdshot" which
did very little damage.
King said he did not report
the incident to police because "it
might encourage those elements
in the community who would
perpetrate such things."
A crude bomb was exploded on
the lawn of the 27-year-old min minister's
ister's minister's home soon after a boycott
of the city transit system began
in December 1955.
King told a mass audience last
night that the Montgomery Im-
Srovement Association, a group
lat sponsored the boycott,
would press for improved condi conditions
tions conditions in other segregated areas.
He name deducation and vot voting
ing voting as the problems needing at attention
tention attention now.
He also urged "all Negroes" to
return to the city buses and ask asked
ed asked riders to remain calm "In
case there should be any vio
lence."

AN

Panama

"Let the people
52nd YEAR
Hollywood

In Wrangle Over Baby Doll The 10 Commandments

NEW YORK, Dec. 24 (UP)-One
of the nation's leading Protestant
clergymen defended the controver
sial movie "Baby DolU" vesterdav
as less sexy and sensual than Cecil
B. de Mille s Bibllcay inspired
"Ten Commandments."
He criticized the de Mile eDic
for scenes showing cheese-cake.
dancing, bathing beauties and
a drunken orgy during the nearly
four hours before the 10 com
mandments are ready.
Sermon In Reply
The very Rev. Dr. James A.
Pike, dean of the Protestant Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal New York Cathedral of St.
John the Divine, devoted his en
tire advent sermon to a reolv to
an attack on "Baby Doll-" made
last Sunday by Francis Cardinal
Spellman, Romai. Catholic arch archbishop
bishop archbishop of New York.
Spellman branded "Baby Doll"
as immoral and told Catholics
they would be committing a sin
a iney saw it. pike, who attended
the world premier of the movie
last Tuesday, told his communi communicants:
cants: communicants: "I don't think that I sinned in
seeing it.
Those who do not want the sex
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Uai aspect Of life included in tha
had better burn their Bibles as
pviwavaj ui a rea -iir irnat,nM
well as abstain from the movies,"
i me sam.
About Young Wife
"Baby Doll"
Wife Who SDUrns her hiichnrl.
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Chinese Ignoring;
Orders to Change
Citizenship Back
SAIGON, Dec. 24 (UP cm.
nese virtually are ignoring South
Vietnam's order that they regis regis-nL"
nL" regis-nL" Vletnme8e citizens, official
uiiieae sources reported today.
Less than one percent of Vietnam-born
Chinese livinc in th
Saigon area have complied with
the citizen ship degree, an official
at the nationalist Chinese legation
cm imaien.
The legation believes, this offi official
cial official said, that about 500 of the af affected
fected affected 250,000 Chinese living in the
metropolitan canital area have
dopted Vietnamese cltizenshin
since registration opened Oct. 8.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1956

Happy as Churches Become Ensna rled

attentions but encourages those of
a Sicilian seeking revenge against
the husband for burning down the
Sicilian's cotton gin. There is dis disagreement
agreement disagreement among those who have
seen the movie as to whether the
stranger actually seduces the wife.
Pike joined Spellman in criti criticizing
cizing criticizing advertising of "Baby Doll"
as "brazen" for depicting the
leading character snuggled scan scan-ily
ily scan-ily clad in a crib and sucking her
thumb. He said the ads constitut constituted
ed constituted a "crude misrepresentation of
the auuthor's work and an insult
to the public."
"But the movie is not porno pornographic,"
graphic," pornographic," Pike said, "sensuality
is not portrayed for its .own sake.
And it is portrayed in much less
abundance than in 'The Ten
Commandments,' which a leading
New York prelate has labelled
'excellent' and which his oposite
number in Boston has said every
parochial school child should see."
Divided Opinion
Pike did not name the church churchmen.
men. churchmen. The Catholic Legion of De Decency
cency Decency has approved the de Mllle
extravaganza while condemning
"Baby Doll." Catholic film advis-
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arc in Rpifsin innmuiul "Dak,,
Doll" with "certain reservations,"
but said it was "degrading." The
Motion Picture Association of
America has given its seal of ap approval
proval approval to the film.
Persons seeking sex in a movie
would be "well advised" to see
"Ten Commandments," Pike said,
instead of "Baby Doll," written by
Tennessee Williams, directed by
Elia Kazan and distributed by
Warner Brothers.
"Mr. Kazan comes out a very
poor second in this regard," Pike
said. 'Baby doll does not ,match
(Queen) Nefretiti in sensual in intent,
tent, intent, and there is nothing in 'Baby
Doll' to match the bacchanalian
celebration at Sinai.
No Cheesecake
"There is no score of beauties
in white bathing suits frolicking in
the water. The cheese-cake in Mr.
de Mille's presentation is supposed
to be all right because we hear
the Ten Commandments in the
last few minutes of the almost
ofur-hour show."
On the other hand, Pike said,
anyone familiar with the Ten
Commandments as set down in
the Old Testament may see their
application throughout, "Baby

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Doll
Evil is judged, he said, and
every one of the seven deadly
sins is aispiayea.
"AH in all," he said, "we see
a portrayal of what the theolo theologians
gians theologians call 'original sin.'
Pike said the church today often
is less successful Is grasping and
portraying the real questions of
life than are psychiatrists, poets,
playwrights and novelists.
Movie In Trouble
"The church's job is hot to con condemn
demn condemn portrayals of real life." he
said. "Its job is to provide the

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NEW LP ALBUM Organist Luis (Lucho) Azcarraga (left)
looks on as Joe Cunningham, manager of Hotel El Panama,
and Dick Dehlinger, Azcarraga's representative, smile happily
as the first copy the organist's new long-play album of typical
Panamanian tunes, including a few of other countries. Lucho
and his organ melodies are featured twice daily (12:30 and
7 p.m.) over Red Panamericana. Entitled "El Panama Fiesta,"
the album is the second by the well-known Panamanian
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iney raise," h said.
A spokesman for Kazan said
"Baby Doll" had run into difficul difficulties
ties difficulties since Spellman condemned it,
The film has been banned in Jer Jersey
sey Jersey City, ,N.J., and Memphis,
Tenn., he said. Atlanta, Ga., au authorities
thorities authorities have refused to license
it, the archbishop of Philadelphia
has asked Catholics in his area
not to see it and an Indianapolis
theater has cancelled a booking of
the film.
In New York and Miami, Fla.,
record audiences have attended,
the spokesman said.
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