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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POLICE LT. STEWART TRAIL was pushed along with the
crowd today while he and other police officers tried to clear
ah exit for shoppers leaving La Boca Commissary. The crowd
was orderly but determined to make last minutes purchases.

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Spread Fear
NEW YORK, Dec, 31 (UP) -A
bomb scare epidemic which has
plagued New York for the past
week appeared to be spreading na nationally
tionally nationally today. New York pottpe
stepped up their huge manhunt for
the "mad bomber" who has plant planted
ed planted 32 lethal calling catai since
1940. M&L.
Crank calls which snowballed in
the wake of the bomber's two for forays
ays forays last week diminished, over the
weekend after reaching peak Fri Friday
day Friday when 40 false bomb alarms
were reported.
A bomb hoax forced the emer-
gp- v lanJing in Kansas yesterday
if t iree airborne continental air airline
line airline planes en route to Denver.
Other dwtocalls sent police on
wild goose chases in Hartford,
Conn, and South Orange N.J.
In Hartford, Conn., the police to today
day today searched for a man they de de-srrihad
srrihad de-srrihad as a "screwball." who
told litem he planted a "bomb" in
the Strand Theater to "blow up
'Baby Doll.'
Police said the anonymous
mala caller Sunday night told the
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Ah unexpected demand for lami

1 nation of Identification Privilege

icards nearly double the requests
of last year has swamped the Per
sonnel Bureau omces pnmutug
this service.
This rush of work added to the
large number of personnel actions
fern will delay the delivery of
forde. will delay the delivery of
Sime-of the laminated cards which
hva been requested.
Tha lamination of the cards is
being dam fret of charge by the
Control Leber Office branch for
employ ot of Canal units and
unusually largo number of re requests
quests requests was received.
ft tunc avnaniaA that flll Pflfrlc
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Monday afternoon, and all others
will be delivered shortly after the
New Year holiday.
Temporary eards will be issued
on request to any persons requir requiring
ing requiring teem, pending delivery of the
regular laminated cards. Such re request!
quest! request! should be telephoned to
Balboa 2143.
Back Wednesday
The Panama American, like
everyone else (prac
win c taking tomorrow off to
celebrate and r e c uperate
from New Year's Eve.
We will be back Wednesday.

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Ruth Bernard, "I've planted a
bomb to blow up 'Baby Doll,'
a controversial fill showing at
tha theater.
He hung up before, the call could
be traced.
Police ordered the 1,500 theater theatergoers
goers theatergoers evacuated and searched for
nearly an hour and one-half for
the "bomb." No bomb was found
and the theater was reopened.
But there was no rest for har harried
ried harried police and-bomb squad de detective.
tective. detective. Twenty-five hoax cal's
were received Saturday and 12
yestorday, the last one pinpoint pinpointing
ing pinpointing the huge Paramount Theater
in Times Square as a bomb tar tar-got.
got. tar-got. After a preliminary search,
made without disturbing movie pa patrons,
trons, patrons, police returned to the thea theater
ter theater for a row-by-row check early
today. The Paramount has twice
been thet arget of the "mad bomb
er including his most recent for
ay last Thursday. On those occa
sions, the bombs, both lethal, were
detected before weir detonation.
Police also combed the Roxy
Theater in midtown Manhattan aft
en a caller said a bomb had been
planted there last night.
The theater "scare" brought to
109 the number of bomb threats
made by phone since Christmas
Eve when a device, ascribed to
the mad bomber, was found in a
telephone booth at the New York
Public .Library. During this period,
10 "bombs" have been found in
public places, eight of their, duds.

Contus

LOONEY LARCENY

When Thieves
By MEADER G. PATTINGTON
NEA Specal Correspondent
The police hlotters across
I -.111, l.n.h I
Aineuca. were spuibcu wimi iicou
evidence, this year that thieves,
by and large, are a home-loving
lot.
In fact, there was at least one
caae of a thief stealing a home.
The building, in Springfield,
Ohio, vanished from its lot. Po Police
lice Police found it a day later on an another
other another lot, across town. Nobody
seems to know how it got from
lot to lot.
Another larcenous lad put $3, $3,-000
000 $3,-000 down for a new home on
Easy street in Hanford, Calif.
But his $3,000 check was a
bouncer, it turned out to be a
quick trip from Easy Street up
the river.
Then there was the home-and-fireside-type
robber ,who
broke Into a Salem, Ore., home
and proceeded to rip out the
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AN INDEPENDENT T HNDAILY NEWSPAPER
Jattama American
Let the people know the truth and the country h $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

PanCanal
Sets New
Ship Mark
With today's transits still
uncounted,' Canal business hit
an all time high yesterday on
commercial ships during; a
single month.
When the transit started
late yesterday, a total of 731
ocean-going commercial ves vessels
sels vessels of more than 300 tons had
used the waterway during De December.
cember. December. Th's topped by four ships
the previous commercial rec record
ord record of 727 ships set in July
1955.
With about a score of ships
lined up for transit today, Ca Canal
nal Canal officials see the December
total at around 750 commer commercial
cial commercial ships from the seven seas.
Traffic Deaths
Of Christmara
CHfayOO. Doc. Jl (UP) -Trafflesdoath
for the Haw Year's
hoHdeyi period today wore run running
ning running ar about half the rate of
the recent Christmas holiday,
which set an all-time record.
A telly by tha United Press at
11:30 eji. listed 215 parsons dead
in traffic accidents since 7 p.m.
Friday, During the recant "black
Christmas," 411 wore killed dun
ing the first 44 hours.
Since Friday, an additional 25
persons had lost their lives in
fires, four wore killed in plan plan-crashes
crashes plan-crashes and 45 in miscellaneous
accidents for; an overall Ntw
Year's holiday total of 209.
Pennsylvania and Texas led
the nation with II traffic deaths
each. California had 14, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan 13 aid Ohio 10.
SS Panama Slowed
By Stormy Weather
Heavy weather in fte Atlantic
has delayed the arrival of the Pa
nama Line's SS Panama, now on its
last trip southbound under the Pa
nama Line flag. (
A message received Monday
morning reported that the Panama
would reach the Cristobal break
water about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday
about nine hours behind schedule.
The- Panama sailed from New
York last Friday, She is not stop stopping
ping stopping at Port-au-Prince on the south southbound
bound southbound trip but will make the Hai Haiti
ti Haiti stop on her northbound voyage.
She has 90 passengers aboard, a
majority of them tourists.

Took Kitchen Sink In '56, They Stole

and walk out stealing
10-inch pie plate.
only a
There is also the dirty crook
in Tulsa, Okla., who regularly
breaks into one particular
home. The only thing the dir dirty
ty dirty crook takes is a bath they
can tell by the ring around the
tub.
And a Hamilton, Ohio, burglar
crashed into a partly disman dismantled
tled dismantled home and crashed out again
with the kitchen sink, plus
drainboard. Another thief with
home furnishings on his mind
operated successfully in a Dan Dan-vers,
vers, Dan-vers, Mass., hotel. He checked
out and the management discov discovered
ered discovered he had taken with him two
lamps, a night table, an ashtray
stand, four sheets, two pillow
cases, two pillows, two blankets,
two bedspreads, four towels, two
ashtrays, two glasses and a
shower curtain. m
But there were some robbers
in business in '56 who were out
for other than home-style loot,
Ok m .Wfcrsorttown. Ky.. op-
erator who filched a 300-pound

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Defying Government To Honor its Dead

VIENNA, Dec. 31 (UP) Allspect of being, coerced to work in
work in Hungary was reported attne labor-short coal mines.

a standstill loaay on me eve ox
.... ... ii
that shattered country's "black
New Year."
By government decree the last
day of the year was being treat
ed as a Sunday. It was the pre-
udc to a general lay-off of hun
dreds of thousands of workers in
factories and state administration
Offices all over the country.
As of today some 32,ooo civil
servants were dismissed in con connection
nection connection with Preniier Janos Rad Radar's
ar's Radar's drastic reorganization of the
largely idle state bureaucracy.
The full number of factory
workers to bo laid off starting
JMrrow was expected to run
into hundreds of thousands.
Most of those dismissed were to
go on half-pay for a preliminary
neriod after which they will be de
pendent on government handouts.
But the main government inten
tion was to transfer as many oi
the uneployed workers and civil
servants as possible into the labor labor-short
short labor-short mines.
A nation famed for the Abandon
of its New Year's Eve celebra
tions planned to go to bed early
in silence, the only form of pro protest
test protest open to the Hungarians.
Only a fragment of the nation's
workers expect to, have jobs and
full wages after this New Year's
Eve. The hundreds of thousands
to be laid off at factories and in
the ministries faced only the pro-
brass locomotive bell. And the
Denver dodger who swiped two
100-pound tombstones.
There was a beer truck, loaded
with 40,800 bottles, that was
Sjlen in Oakland, calif. The
lef must have gotten a jolt
when he found every bottle was
in empty one. He's making a
fortune in returns.
A firetruck was another odd
bit of booty. A Boston crook got
that, while the firemen were
battling a blaze. He crashed it a
few blocks away, so he didn't get
Very far with his ,, hot car.
A Chicago crook walked off
with nine metal light posts posts-each
each posts-each wa ghinr 1,500 pounds.
He probably didn't walk off
very fast. In Providence, R.I.,
a thief broke in'.o a butcher
shop and stole 15 turkeys, plus
a handy meat cutter's knife.
i fouce in Buney, iaano. are
Police
i lookiBa for an extra laree crook.
He stripped a dummy outside a
clothing store of a nair of
'seWftot-Iong rjaTO
i Larclnists of '56 showed a

unsigned leariers scarrerea in
the streets of Budapest called for
a "black" New Year's Eve of
mourning, similar gesrures or
defiance in the past have botn
widely followed.
In any event the regime of Prer
mier Kadar has ordered the cur curfew
few curfew to remain at 10 p.m., even on
the eve of the New Year. It wis
lifted only on Christmas Eve.
The underground leaflets also
pointed out that any celebration
would be out of place because Hun
gary is still in mourning for the
thousands who died in the vain
struggle for fredom.
(Hungarian newspapers reported
"1,800 to 2,000" citizens were kill killed
ed killed in the street fighting against
sian tanks in Budapest. Indian
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
estimated 25,000 Hungarians and
7,000 Russians died.)
Production was at a standstill
throughout the country. Factory
production depends on the coal
mines, and the miners were mak making
ing making less effort as day. followed day.
The Soviet Union promised 150
million n aid which Hungary
could use to buy supplies in the
West, and was bringing pressure
on other east European nations
to come through in turn. Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary has estimated its immediate
needs at least $400 million.
But such outside financial aid
high degree of nerve. Many of
their crooked operations involv involved
ed involved policemen in close proximity.
Like the New York thief who
swiped eight policemen's pay
checks, with a face value of
$1,294.
And, In Phoenix, Ariz., a rob robber
ber robber invaded the county sheriff's
pistol range and made off with
a pistol, ammunition, a telesco telescopic
pic telescopic gunsight and a box of pistol
grips; Even in Australia, the po policemen's
licemen's policemen's lot wag unhappy a
Melbourne thief stole 10,000 co copies
pies copies oi a booklet on crime pre prevention
vention prevention from the police printing
plant, j
In Toronto, a woman thief
was freed on a charge of steal stealing
ing stealing $1,300 from her employer.
When the lawyer's bill came In,
she stole $908 and this time got
a year in the pokey for her trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Some crooks had all kinds of
trouble. In paducah, Ky., a bank
robber made cajreful plans for
I crashing "a bank after cl
: hours. But he actually got there

Cops

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cannot help Hungary back to nor
mal unless the Mew Year brings
some radical changes in political
conditions along the lines demand
ed by the balky miners.
Automatically out Of wont to
day were raost of the 32,000 civil
servants the government was fir firing
ing firing in its drastic slashing of the
state bureaucracy. Hundreds of
thousands in the factories are to
follow the white collar workers in into
to into unemployment.
No. Ireland Cops
Grab 3 IRA Men,
Capture Firearms
BELFAST. Dec. 31 (UP)-North
er:i Ireland police seized three
men in a raid on an abandoned
farm house today in their drive
against the outlawed Irish Repub
lican Armv.
The police surrounded the build building
ing building at Dunamoe, County Tyrone,
and demanded that three men in
side surrender.
When, the police theatened to.
open fire, the men tossed out re
volvers and marched out with
thir hands up. They were taken
to Rplfasf. orison.
A search netted seven rifles,
i five automatic weapons and a
Quantity of ammunition, police
said.
House, Too
an hour early and found the
place crawling with customers,
some o whom grabbed him. it
was just as well police discov discovered
ered discovered his pistol was loaded with
the wrong-size amn&unition and
wouldn't have fired and his get getaway
away getaway car, parked neiffcy, would
not start.
And another chap, trying to
stick-up a Phoenix, Ariz., dance
hall, ran into a blackjack
(wielded by the owner), a base
ball bat (by a waitress), a steel
chair (another waitress), a
punch in the jaw (owner's
brother), a well-tossed beer bot bottle
tle bottle (patron) and, to top it off,
got arrested when he tried to
stagger away.
When caught, thieves, as
usual, presentedhighly involved
alibis and excuses, a Rio ae Ja Janeiro
neiro Janeiro man, arrested for practic practicing
ing practicing medicine without a license,
explained that he had previous previously
ly previously been a drug thief. And he was
so successful ana bum up sucn
a vast supply of dnigs trnrt he
had to become a fake doctor to

CANADIAN I fZM M

Jostled

La Boca Scene
Of Near-Riots
In Food Foray

Near-riot conditions developed at La Boca Commis Commissary
sary Commissary this mornina when crowds outside who were twins

to buy salad oil blocked the

isnea rneir shopping.
Similar jams were reported from Paraiso, and from
Camp Bierd. The latter commissary is closina for a nod to.

. j
night.
Balboa commissary was
all day Saturday. Cristobal
At jam-packed Tivoli,
day, employes bought a huge
wvvt lUl

who live in Panama. Some 406frteTired workers, mfiuB

a few hundred U.S. citizin "old-timers" lose their limited

commy cards toft, as a result of the Remon-Eisenhower

Treaty signed two years ago.
within minutes after buying
started at La Boca today, hordes
of customers poured in with the
last rrdnute hope they could
find something on the already
depleted shelves. Officials soon
closed the doors.
At least 500 men, women and
children lined up outside with
empty bottles, of all sizes to get
refills at the salad oil window.
Some 200 carrying cans up to 5 5-gallon
gallon 5-gallon capacity were queued up
outside for kerosene.
When the shoppers inside had
boufrTt all they could, they were
unable to leave because of the
crush outside.
Canal Zone police formed a
three-man phalanx from the in inside
side inside to try to run s, path through
the clot of neople on the porch.
They made slow heidway.
Now and again a perspiring,
disheveled ma nor woman got
through with a sack of grocer groceries
ies groceries and escaped through the
melee. Those aming for the
salad oil window gave way for
a minute to let neople out. But
the mass held firm.
Assistant Balboa Police Dis District
trict District Commander Stewart P.
Trail entered the maelstrom to
try to meet the police phalanx.
He was buffeted back and forth
in the Jam,
Trail departed, was soon join joined
ed joined by Police Chief r. w. Grif Griffith,
fith, Griffith, district commander B. A.
Darden and, detective chief Gad Gad-dls
dls Gad-dls Wallv
They wormed their way into
the commissary and hoped to
get rid of them before they
spoiled.
But the fanciest story of all
came from a Chicago man, ar arrested
rested arrested in a car loaded with a re revolver,
volver, revolver, 100 bullets, 11 daggers,
three switch-blade knives, lock
picking tools and a tear-gas gun.
"My hobby is shooting," the
man explained. "I throw dag daggers
gers daggers and knives to amuse my
self. I once studied locksmith-
mg.
And I like to see people
cry."
Next case.

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exist for those who had fin.
-
reported as a "subway crush?
was packed, too.
which closed for good! Satur
wreath and
establish some method by which
customers who had bought their
armload could leave by the back-
Plate glass show-windows cm
the porch aide were swavin
with "population pressure." N-
ooay expected tnem to last tf
uay.
Buses for Panama, ready fa
nome-bound shoppers, move
on only now and again
loaded-down shoppers strug struggled
gled struggled out of the mass.
Meanwhile, La Boca resi resident,
dent, resident, who are not losing thMr
commissary privileges, steed
around on the big lawn to see
the excitement and greet
friends.
For all its determination to
buy salad oil and other food
stuff, the dense crowd Wiir
deny. ,B
"Buy and let buy." was the
Idea. A few Individuals snarled
and struggled, but nobody pitch pitched
ed pitched in to join the fray.
The crowds at the La Boca
Commissary were swelled by old old-timers
timers old-timers who received their pen pension
sion pension checks at the post office
this morning, then went to do
some last-minute shopping be-
lopping b b-thflr
thflr b-thflr prlvi-
rore tney, too, lose
leges.
Some patrons reportedly took
buses to the commissary as
many as four times on Saturday
buying until their money or
their commissary orivllege cards
were exhausted.
, Salad oil was the product
everyone wanted meet Next
came powdered and canned
milk, salt, tomato products,
toilet paper and other prod products
ucts products on wh'eh Panama has
protective tariffs.
Closing their doors today fof
good also are the Pacific and
the Camp Bierd Service Cen Centers.
ters. Centers. Tivoli will be torn down.
Ancon Commissary will be
converted into an office for the
Canal's personnel staff.
Tivoli commissary may be become
come become a freight house for the
Panama Railroad.
Thg Canal has announced
that with the changes in com commissary
missary commissary privileges all existing
contraband control measures
will be continued in full force.
Hour Change Said
For Inoculations
New hours for the administration
of yellow fever inoculations, which
are given each Wednesday at tat
Gorgas Hospital out-patient clinic,
were announced today by the Qfe
vision of Preventive Medicine and
Quarantine.
The inoculations will now be j
en each Wednesday afl
tween 1 and 3 o'clock.
they were given during the mo
j sejh i ii i i i a, ii ii mm
There is a nominal charge.

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' Its not that the Canal Zone library is a bad place to go on
the contrary, its got a wonderful periodical section, a good list 01
bjnh action ana non-fiction, and a swell Zone and Panama file.
How "in the name of heaven, If you don't have an automobile
or paratrooper walking habits, are you going to get there?
. I don't Know if there is a bus stop there, I've never seen either
af. place to catch a ius, a bus, nor a schedule. And the nearest
stfch is At the Tivoli (r.i.p.) commissary, easily a half-mile away.
On the other side, there's the stop at Balboa. And, my what a
Anyway! isn't there something we can do? No community
would put one of its most valuable possessions as inaccessible as
has the Zone its library. It discourages use by being unavailable.
The alternative, I guesi, is to go down K Street and take part In
ofher, more spirited, education.
, A couple of suggestions. One would be to re-route a busline
nit only to take care of library visitors, but those having business
?t police headquarters, license bureau fire stat on the spools,
and several other important places (not counting, either, the
Sacheauteso that even If a bus does go by there
hourly (asTve heard), people will know when to go out and
CatCh It. iv,. .tv-or.

Who knows, the norary may seep mc lc o-.

Fallen Archers.

FOR PRESIDENTIAL REVIEW Architect's sketch shows
Se reviewing stand erected in from of the White House for
inaugural parade in January, president Eisenhower, Vice
President Nixen and their jrivei 11 be seated front center,
with Cabinet Members and othet hjgh government officials in
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Sternly the voice of the church

reached into the house of lahor

one aay not too long before Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. Itr-was not the voice of one
church, but of many, speaking out
for men who were breaking their
hearts as well as their backs earn earn-in?
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shop Bishop t Com mission which had

"devoted a great deal of its time

mailing at ail hours, day and
night," to look into just one loc loc-al
al loc-al union, a small one by today's
meacures ef man and his activity-
But this union is a thing called
the Operating Engineers ef Loc Local
al Local HI on Long Island, where men
have gone hungry fighting fer
their rights.
The words of the Bishop's Com Commission,
mission, Commission, read during the Dec. 17-

18 sessions of the AFL-CIO Ethical
Practices Committee, were:
"We have taken into considera consideration
tion consideration every fact presented to us.
Conditions (in the union) aro re revealed
vealed revealed which are an affront to the

dignity of man. It indicates that

the rank-and-file members o this

union have been regarded by the

union leaders as objects to be man manipulated,
ipulated, manipulated, and not as children of
God, to be respected.
"All men are created in the 1 1-mage
mage 1-mage of God with freedom and e-

quaiity. The community and its
responsible leaders and agencies
should right these wrongs to be

the end that this union will be re restored
stored restored to the rank-and-file mem

bers."
The Ethical Practices Commit Committee
tee Committee of five members of the AFL-

CIO's high command then voted to
investigate Local 138 of the dynas dynasty
ty dynasty known as the Operating En

gineers. The committee authorized

its special counsel, Arthur Gold
berg, to use AFL-CIO staff re

searchers to dig into the union
which has, for years now been un under
der under siege by every crusading news

man, magazine and radio and tele television
vision television network.
The committee moved, not only
because a handful of reform mem-

b.rs have gone practically broke

fighting for the right to belong to
a union as free and un-abused men.

but because the Bishop's Commis

sion nan also pointed out tnat:
. "We are concerned basically
with a social and economic situa situation
tion situation which from the moral stand standpoint
point standpoint affects the entire communi community.
ty. community. A sufficient amount of testimo testimony
ny testimony has been presented to us to
indicate that the conditions which
ii .Li. : i

exisi in mis union require audi audition.
tion. audition. If these conditions are per permitted
mitted permitted to continue and spread,
moral and spiritual values and our
entire System ef free enterprise
and collective bargaining not only
in this area, in which this union

finds jurisdiction, but throughout

Our country, can and wil be de destroyed."
stroyed." destroyed." What brought men bitter wards
from a group of clergy clergy-men
men clergy-men ef different faiths? Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps we should report first what
had brought them together. Loc

al 131 is the union which has de defied
fied defied everyone and which was
handed down te its present chief,
William DeKohlng, as though
if were the personal property ef
a small hand ef men.
After all had f riled Including

we of the press the men of God

joined together to protect those

who toil in their community. They
found many abuses. They found,
for example, that the union chiefs
truly disdained the Bishop's Com Commission
mission Commission inquiry.

The union stated that it was a

fraternal organization just as the
Odd Fellows, the Elks, the Knights

of Columbus and the Masons, and

that the engineers In the union
have the right to accept into their

ranks any member they see fit

and It was made clear that the u
nion was clannish," said the Bi
shop's Commission.

"The rank-and-file mem b e r s

were never given copies of the
working agreements nor were they

ever given information, when such

agreements came into existence.
The method of negotiating the u u-nion
nion u-nion contract with employers was

never revealed to the rank-and-

file membership, nor was the rank

ami-file membership ever given

the opportunity to express us at attitude
titude attitude concerning the terms and

conditions of the working agree

ment."
Let's remember that these con

tracts are the ones which decide

how a man shall work and what
he shall be paid for his labor. If
all men .are born equal, you
couldn't orove it by this union. And

now the leaders of labor are ask asking
ing asking why? Why, indeed?

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Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,.
The flying cloud, the frosty light:
The year is dying in the night;
Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
Ring out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
The year is going, let him go;
Ring oat the false, ring in the true.
Ring our tne grief that saps the mind,
For those that here we see no more;
Ring out the feud of rich and poor,
Ring in redress to all mankind.
Ring out a slowly dying cause,
And ancient forms of party strife;
Ring in the nobler modes oi life,
With sweeter manners, purer laws.

Ring out false pride in place and blood,
The civic slander and the spite;
Ring in the love of truth and right,
Ring in the common love of good.
Alfred Lord Tennyson

mwWashington

Merry-Go -Round

tW MAIS0N

WASHINGTON Inside fact a

bout the exit of Herbert noovcr,

Jr., from the Eisenhower Adminis- ation

trauon is that he didn't want to

retire. His father, the ex-President,
even made a special appeal o he
White House on behalf of his son,
without success.
The man young Hoover blames

irrigation wells. Previously

rauiwaer nas OtA lost

ously thig
by eviips.

Refilling of underground Water
sources has neen done beiore but
never for irrigation. Areas on-Long
Island, for example, have seen
their once rich water table sink se
t.ui tk.t ..14. r ..

in waner irom toe o-

for axing him wuh Kiswh..w is Ce n has thrtni T.

William Jackson, the WhKe House 1 1 result. over gn.oon.non ..io;vS

J '

Gold Mine
By PETER EDSON

expert on security affairs. To some
extent, Hoover is right. Jackson

considered Hoover a bad influence
on foreign affairs, did his best to
get him out of the Sta.c Depart Department.
ment. Department. The man Hoover should really
blame, however, Is Vice Pres. Pres.-dent
dent Pres.-dent Nixon, who made a deal
with Gov. Chris Herter of Mes Mes-sachusetts
sachusetts Mes-sachusetts last August that if he
vetoed the Stassen drivt to nom nominate
inate nominate him, then he, Herter,
would he made Undersecretary
of State. That was why this col column
umn column was able te report en Aug.
21 that 'Herbert Hoover will re retire
tire retire next year and be replaced
by. Chris Herter ef Messachu Messachu-setts."
setts." Messachu-setts." Hoover will not leave the gov

ernment until February. He's stay staying
ing staying on until alter Herter re'n as
Governor of Massachusetts in Jan January,
uary, January, then takes a vacation. Hoover
has already receievd an offer from
Dictator Franco to be his petro petroleum
leum petroleum adviser, has turned it down.
Hoover says he'll accept no re

tainers from foreign governments.

Note White House aide Jackson,
one of the abler staff members, is

also resigning. A member of the
John Hay Whitney stock broker brokerage
age brokerage firm, he will not go back to
Wall Sireet, will -etlre to Prince Princeton,
ton, Princeton, N.J., to write fiction. Jackson
served in the Roosevelt Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, married the secretary of

Gen. Omar Bradley, Mary Pit-

cairn, whose father was chairman
of the board of the Wabash Rail Railroad.
road. Railroad. WASHINGTON PIPELINE

CARACAS. Venezuela (NEA) born ex-prince who escaped the

Venezuela is today the principal Bolsheviks. Since the war he hes
mecca for volunteer immigrants headed the Siuch American work
from the oW world to the new. The' of the Intergovernmental Commit Commit-country
country Commit-country has only six million inha-Uec i on Migration from Europe -bltants'
and needs 10 million to lLlh-

a gooa woriter nere can earn tne

month.

there

it's a lot of money. A postmaster
in Italy gets only 30,000 lira a

iU pronomv BUUU ,,clr t" ca'
he most liberal immigratioi ... mnno

develop its economy.

That

on of the

policies of any Western Hemis

phere country. Almost any Aryan
white who is under 40, has no po

lice record and can get a health

certificate, can get a visa.
And that is why the unloading
of an immigration ship at La Guai-

ra the Caribbean port half an
hour away from this capital city
by superhighway is a sight to

see.
They come from all bver western

Europe with little more than the

clothes on their backs. Principal
ly they come from Italy, Portugal
Spain and the Canary Islands. Ve

nezuela is now preparing to take

its full quota hf Hungarian refu

gees,
SPANISH SPEAKING Immi

grants get almost immediate citiz,

month.

Also, the newly arrived Italian
immigrant in Venezuela will write
home, "I eat two bananas for lunch
every day."
NOW, BECAUSE the Italian gov government
ernment government has to absorb the banana
crop of Eritrea, it runs a banana
monopoly and the prices are so
high that few Italian peasants can
afford two bananas a day.
The word gets around. And pret pretty
ty pretty soon the young bucks start ask asking
ing asking their government for transport

ation subsidies which they give to
encourage the emigration of their

surplus population.
There are stories all over Ven.

zuela of European immigrants who

nave got rich auick. Those that

enship. Others have to wait long fstick, pool their savings and open

er. But the main end of this immi I a. restaurant, buy an apartment

grauon arive wui De to cnange tne nouse, or become contractors.

character of the population. But when some of the immigrant
Venezuela's net immigration has have saved as much $i nnn

doubled and redoubled in the pas i which is half a million lira in Italy
l 1 -ill I 1 1 : t iii i ii

iu years ana is sun snowoaiimg. -iney go nacK nome, buy a busi-
. .. J 4 A AAA 1 njr 1.1 ...

was unuer iu,wu in va, ove,ness oi wieir own and settle down

50,000 m 1955 and will pass the 55, where the vino costs less

000 mark this year. Approximately 30 per cent of Ve-

me reasons aren t nartt to una nezueia s immigrants return where

says Ivan Viazemsky, a Russian i they came from after they have

m; de a small pile. And this is rais raising
ing raising a serious problem for the gov
ernmeni here.
UP UNTIL Last year, Venezue

la had no government policy on

trying to keep its immigrants. It

followed the line of natural selec

tiou by competition, which was the

way the U.S. got its start.
Venezuela allowed in almost a

nyone who wanted to come. And

it allowed and still allows anyone
to go home who wants to. Trying
to shape a policy that will keep
immigrants is something new on
the International landscape.

The government here has made a

Adiai Stevenson may become a
oolitical columnist. He )s consider considering
ing considering several offers to write a dally
column. . Labor leader George
Meany accepted an invitation to a
dinner honoring Indian Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Nehru, but threatened to tell
Nehru to his face that the latter
was a friend of the Reds. When
word of Meanv'.s private threat
resched the White House, anxious
aides almost dropped the AFL-CIO
boss from the guest list. At the

underground water consumed dai daily
ly daily in Brooklyn and Queens is by
law pumped back into the earth
after use. This is not drinking wa wa-ter,
ter, wa-ter, but water used for air cooling
anu industrial p rposes.
WATER FOR WASHINGON J
Meanwhile, the Nation's Capital
has been so victimized by neigh neighboring
boring neighboring politicians that it may lose
part of its future water supply
the Potomac River. Twenty years
go, the Army engineers devised
a comprehensive plan for water
storage on the upper Potomac so
as to care for the water and pow power
er power needs of Washington for yean
to come. The plan called ft- a se series
ries series of dame, plus the development

oi tne upper fotorr.ac as a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful park.
However, some o' the tributaries
of the Potomac, under the plan-,
would back up onto the farm land
of Sen. Harry Byrd's Viriginla
friends, and he protested vigorous vigorously.
ly. vigorously. The plan was sidetracked.
More recently, the Chesapeake a'nd
Ohio Railroad and the Potomac E E-ectric
ectric E-ectric Co. acquired large tracts
on the Potomac to start industrial
development 20 miles above Jthe
Capital. When Army engineers
warned this would endanger Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's water supply, the Potomac
Electric Company moved its plant.
But the C and 0 Railroad issUU
threatening to pollute the ilpper
Potomac wtih industrial develop develop-ment
ment develop-ment on 951 acres in exaetTy the
same area the v Army engineers
say a reservjir is essential.
Meanwhile, also, Congressman
Howard Smith o Virginia, Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Czar of the House Rules
Committee, has blocked a bill per permitting
mitting permitting the Potomac Electric Co.
to develop an acceptable Monaca Monaca-cy
cy Monaca-cy River site in Maryland instead
of Virginia. Smith wants to see
Virginia industrialized, apparently
doesn't worry about Washington's
future water supply.
If the uoper Potomac is indus industrialized,
trialized, industrialized, it probably means that
the area will have to be acquired

-vw, lactones ar.a an, at tremen-

last minute, they received assur- "us cost to the tarpayer in order
ances Meany wouldn't carry out,to. store water. Because the Dis-

his threat. . The AFL-CIO high

command is violently split over

the question of Nehru. Meaftv be

start on this through ils National! P.nc W"" 1 Pa T ?
Agrarian Institute planW setting! levs Indian leader Is definite-

iv yi u-vuinniuiii.lt oub TV 1 1
Reuther, No. 2 man in the labor
organization, is sold on Nehru. .
Incidentally, Reuther ii urging la labor
bor labor chiefs to keep up their politi political
cal political activity al the year round. .
The Senate Foreign Relations Com Committee
mittee Committee has 19 teams scattered a a-round
round a-round the world quietly investigat investigating
ing investigating foreign aid. ... The team
that was upposed to survey Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia was denied admittance.
Reason :It was headed by William
Randolph Hearst, Jr., and astute
newsman, but the Yugoslavs don't
like him. Hearst was accompanied
by Senate GOP leader Bill Know Know-land's
land's Know-land's chief assistant, James Clea-son.

higher standards on immigrants

and hand-picking .people to settle
on the big farm developments it ii
trying to carve out of the jungle.
There's one already in operation
at Turen, in western Venezuela,
where 500 farm families frim 60 dif

ferent countries have been settled!

in the past six years. Another big
one for 600 families on 400-acre ir irrigated
rigated irrigated tracts has just been open opened
ed opened at the recently dedicated 67 67-mil
mil 67-mil I ion-dollar Guarico dam.
These are part of a 10-year, two-million-acre
farm development pro program.
gram. program. Venezuela brought in 7,000
European farmers- for this project
last year and hopes to step it up in
1957.
But the problem here again is
how to keep the farm immigrants
from drifting Into the cities, where
the chances of making a fast for fortune
tune fortune in the inflationary boom still
look better.

Walter Winchell In New York

OUR TORE
WILL BE CLOSE
FOR INVENTORY ON
VEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd

mercuno
Jewellers

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THE INGRID BERGMAN STORY
Life is full of magic again for
Ingrid Bergman. Her magnificent
performance in "Anastasia" and
her glowing beauty which seems
carved out of moonlight have in inspired
spired inspired the enthusiasm of critics.
Moreover, her emoting in "Tea &
Sympathy" (in Paris) is an im
mense personal triumph. Her ful

fillment as an actress is exceed

ed only by the happiness she en

joys as a wife and mother. Jtnd
so. after so many years of thun

der, there is music, in tne quiet

hours. Ingrid must wonder about

the vagaries of her personal nisto

ry. The irony and contrast, tne ju
bilant peaks and depths of despair,
Frequently tormeated, never em

bittered. she must derive deep sat

isfaction from the knowledge that

her faith endured

Ingrid Bergman was a beautiful.

talented queen who was serenadea
by the populace. An none could
hear the thunder of the future.
One critic gushed: "She is not
just a beautiful woman; she is a
Work of Art." Another recorded

the following valentine: "No tarn

FOR POLIO FIGHTERS
Pictured above is the new
three-cent, polio commemora commemorative
tive commemorative stamp to be placed on
first-day sale In Washington,
D.C., op Jan. 15. It honors the
American people and the medi medical
cal medical and scientific professions
for bringing forth an effective
vaccine to prevent polio.

book. "I don't knew where it all
began. Who knows where any anything
thing anything really begins? I'd been
restless in Hollywood for a long
time. It's not that I disliked Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. I don't. It gave me a
wonderful career and lots ef
money and I'm grateful. But all
they ever talked about out there,
was this producer or that one,
or how taxes were killing them,
or what picture this parson was
doing. It was so dull. Often, aft after
er after I'd finished a movie and stay stayed
ed stayed around the house for a while,
I'd want te toe some playi and
hear a few concerts, and I'd sort
of run away to Now York. I like
that city. It's alive.
"My restlessness in Hollywood
kept getting stronger. I was tir

ed of making the same kind ef

picture. I wanted to be in a mo movie
vie movie about real people in a real
world. But in Hollywood they all
said that, when the housewife is
through washing dishes, the
doesn't go to the movies te see
someone elt washing dishes. I
thought maybe they were right."

mire him very much as a direc director
tor director but he is very hard to work

with. He is not patient and he

asks so much of you."

As so often happens, fate creat-
oA ilv little rnnsnirarirs . .One

ish to her glamour, but rather an!rajny afternoon in New York, In-

auriDuie to ner cnai iii 'a j witnessed an iianan incxer
erhood. Married to a Swedish med- Erected bv Rossellini. She was

ical student early in her career, prof0undly impressed by his ar ar-her
her ar-her marriage ami their daughter.Ujgtry and sent him an ordinary
.T I fAnfncl CMlA - r. i L 1 BA

na, comprise ner giMw """ fan letter, several montns laier,
cess." Ingrid and her husband met Ros-

An interviewer expressed his a-seflini and casually discussed do-

rtnr.tinn in ivrii-al stvle: "Hatng ing a film togetner. ingnas nus

liinrhpon with.Inerid Bergman isjband encouraged the idea

like sitting down to an hour or so

Several months after Ingrid ar

rived in Italy, the storm broke

And the furies came. . She was

haunted and hounded by reporters

and photographers. Day and night
Every intimate detail became pub.

lie property. She was condemned

by editorialists and shunned by

false friends. This reporter was a

mong the lonely few who urged

compassion. She was denounced by

community leaders. Ami a Senator
bitterly blasted her on the floor of
Congress. A personal problem had
become an international calamity.

Ingrid now confesses that dur during
ing during that turbulent period she was
on the brink ef nervous collapio.
"I didnt' knew hew much mere
ef it I could take,' she later
confetsod. "If they had been de deliberately
liberately deliberately trying te drive me
eraiy, they couldn't have done
a better job."
Clearly, Ingrid's life was reck recked
ed recked by turmoil and the monstrous
abuse of critics had the sounds
of nightmares.

, WATER FOR TEXAS
Interior Department engineers

have dicovere' a unique way of

irrigating the parched Texas Pan

handle. It may be a godsend for

the future.

Today Texans b the Pahandle
raise cotton, grain, and potatoes
by Irrigating wit hundergreund
water pumped from wall. But
'ator Is being pumped out IM
timet fitter than rainfall re replenishes
plenishes replenishes it, so that ths water
table has been filling rapidly. As
a result, forming is timid tnd

doemid within a master ef years

However, engineers Edward A.

Moulder and Donald R. Frazor of

the U.S. Geological Survey has now

developed a plan to collect the

rainwater that falls in the Fan

handle region in ponds, them pump
it underground ijt storage in old

u.li. v4 LAiminoia, mougn it can
live wihout politicians, cannot live

wiinout water.

"WHO, ME?" El even-month-old
Linda Ackles has a
somewhat indignant look on her
face as she faces the news cam camera
era camera upon her arrival at Idle Idle-wild
wild Idle-wild Airport, New York, from
Norway. Maybe the photogra photographer
pher photographer asked her to pose for a
"cheesecake" shot. Linda and
her mother flew a United Air Airliner
liner Airliner to Valley City, 111., where
they joined Mr. Ackles in set setting
ting setting up a new home.

Incredibly, a beautiful ahd talent talented
ed talented actress a movie queen who
was worshipped several years, a-

go had reached the point of des desperation
peration desperation as a result of reckless

of conversation with a charming

and highly intelligent orcnia.
As no ether performer Mlsa
Bergman can testify that Star Stardust
dust Stardust has shadows as well at
sparkle. The darkness began
with a vague restlettnoti which
i rTilmiibBialhi tiltrt''n
came a mirage as Ingrid reeent-

I ly detailed the process in Red-

pi.blic condemnation. Ironically,

and in- she might have avoided the heart-

vited Roberto Rossellini to visit aches if she nad been steatnast in
rhoir Hollywood mansion. He! her original resolution. After be

came saw and conquered. Whilu coming Mrs. Rossellini she inform

Rossellini was their guest, Ingrid
agreed to star in a film directed
bv him. A short time later, she

left the United States. In a way

ed the press: "I have no plans to

fo back to movie wort, I have
given up all artistic ambitions. I

just want to play the passive par

she was saying goodbye to one oi motner ana wire,
world and embracing another. .
That was seven years ago. Ingrid An actress can be a mother and
madtfive films with Roberto. Flvcj wife but she can never stop be be-flops.
flops. be-flops. . She now declares: "I ad liitg an actress.

liyn-t? SsN H

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1956

IB PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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MEMBERS OF the staff of the Comptroller of the Panama Canal Company are shown here
in conference with the two authorities on accounting and auditing who ars new on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for a series of lectures to employes in the Canal organization engaged in this type of
work. The two visitors are Dr. Frank P. Smith, director of the bureau of business research of
the School of Business Administration at the University of Michigan, arid Dr. J. Marvin Sipe,
who taught business administration and accounting in various universities of the United
tates for 28 years. Dr. Sipe now operates his own public accounting office in Houston, Texas.
The series of lectures are being given for a ten-day period at the Balboa high school and at
the Tivoli Guest House and will continued through Jan. 3 for a selected group of employes
in the office of the Comptroller. Shown above left co right are: Philip L. Steers, Comptroller;
Floyd H. Baldwin, general auditor; Dr. Smith; George F. Girard, chief of internal audit
branch- Dr. Sipe; and Thomas H. Scott, chief of the accounting policies and procedures staff.

No Sour Grapes
In Norma's Song

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By DICK KLEINER
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK (NEA) Upper
ew York State is a pretty good
jlace for growing things. There's
I farm near Brant, which is 25
niles south of Buffalo, where the
armer grows berries, vegetables,
grapes and a bumper crop of nine
ion: and daughters.
One of the daughers is the love love-y
y love-y arid talented singer-pianist Nor Norma
ma Norma Douglas, billed with some jus jus-ification
ification jus-ification as "The Dynamic Miss
Douglas" on her new album on the
Unique label. Norma was not long
igo discovered by Walter Winchell
tnd her career seem, headed for.
the heights.
Like her brothers and' sisters,
ihe grew up helping around her
father'-$& eres. She started driv driv-ng1.
ng1. driv-ng1. V trpt&r "it was illegal but
un"-Wt p
"Wis gffiWtrawherries, raspber-iee-rea
and black green beans,
vatf beans and grapes. Don't let
:altforniar kid you they import
Vew Yorjt grapes for color and fla flavor
vor flavor in their Wine."
Besides being an expert en
grapes, the farmer's daughter daughter-early
early daughter-early leerned about music. She's
the youngest of the brood and
one of her older sitters, Phyllis",
was c-rudying education at col college,
lege, college, hoping to be -a music teach
er. She'd come home week ends
and practice her pieces. Little
Norma would listen. Come Sun Sunday
day Sunday night, Phyllis would go back
to school and Norma would sit
down at fte piano and play Phil Phil-lis"
lis" Phil-lis" music.
"Pve always had a good ear for
mitiia," she says. ''People ask
lie Where I gut my rhythm style
indf honestly don't know. I gues
herd it on the radio and stsfrt stsfrt-sd
sd stsfrt-sd iltatrag it. I always imitate imitate-svenifornfek
svenifornfek imitate-svenifornfek languages. I met this
said the" few words of Spanish I
mow. He wouldn't believe me
when I said I wasn't from Hava Hava-la."
la." Hava-la." She played and sang with Fred
Varing, won an Arthur Godfrey
ralent Scouts show, had her own
rv show in Buffalo for two years,
rhen Winchell spotted her at a
Darrion Runyon Cancer Fund par par-y
y par-y in Buffalo and now she's about
jo be big time.
She's one farms r's daughter
who's no joke.
Charlotte Rae fans, of which
here are many, are delighted with
ler hew album, "Songs I Taught
y Mother," on Vanguard. And
hey flocked to get ticket to her
lew show, "Li'l Abner," in which
ihe plays Mammy Yokum.
But they're doomed to disappoint disappointment;
ment; disappointment; She doesn't sing a note in
the musical.
Arthur Tracy, the famed
"Street Singer" of the 1930s is try-

ng a comeback, He nas a new

wSL SeV

Charlotte Rae

I Norma Dour las

contract with RCA. Looking around
at t,he musical scene of today, Tra Tracy
cy Tracy sees ope big dfiference from
the days 'when was so popular.
"There were just as many sing

ers in those days,"'' he says, ''but

yOu didn't hear them so often."
DICK'S PICKS: "The Banana
Boat Song," a modernized ver version
sion version of a real calypso, could be
big. Setve Lawrence (Coral) and

Sarah Vaughan (Mercury) h a v e
eood versions. Others: "Slow

Walk" (Ocie Smith, Cadence);
"Ballad of Roger Boom" (Voices
of Walter Schumann, RCA); "E "E-ternallv"
ternallv" "E-ternallv" (The Twilighters, Dot);

"Broken Heart Goodbye" (The

Soarrows. Remsen); "Pa-Pa Ma

Ma Cha-Cha" .(Don Cornel and
Lawrence Welk, Coral); "Rock and
Roll Guitar" (The New Blockbus

ters. Antler): "Young Love" (The

Crew-Cuts. Mercury); "Little Blue

Wren" (Connie Frances, MGM);
"Say It to My Heart" (Joe Alle
gro, Mohawk).
Christmas albums a-plenty and
a-good: choral music by St. Paul's
Cathedral Choir (Angel), the Nor Norman
man Norman Luboff Choir (Columbia) and
Fred Waring's group (D e c c a).
There's also the DePaur Chorus

(Columbia) singing "Calypso

Christmas," West Indies Christ Christ-ma's
ma's Christ-ma's music. For the carols and oth other
er other popular Christmas songs done
by a variety of artists, there's "X "X-mas
mas "X-mas Spectacular" (Spike Jones
and his orchestra and vocalists,
Verve); "A Christmas Sing With
Bing" (Decca taken from the
lovely radio t,how on CBS last
From Lawerence Welk" (Coral),
year); and "Merry Christmas
From Lawerence Welk" (Coral).
For instrumental Christmas mu music,
sic, music, there's "Christmas in Hi-Fi"
(Hank Sylvern, organ, with bells
ant chimes, ABC Paramount);
"Christmas on the Siena Piano Pianoforte"
forte" Pianoforte" (Grace Castagnetta playing
the fohuinus instrument. Esoteric):

"Ring! Christmas Bells" (belfmas-

ter Arthur Lynds uigeiow, Colum Columbia).
bia). Columbia). And a good combination is
"The Coming of the Kuig," a Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia record which has one isde
of carols sung by the Colombia Ca Carolers
rolers Carolers and the other side a story
of the nativity, written by Norman
Vincent Peale and narrated by Da David
vid David Wayne.

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Lithuanian Jews Seek Refuge
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VIENNA, Dec 31 (-Thousands
of Lithuanian Jews are ap applying
plying applying for Polish citizenship in a
desperate attempt to avoid being
deported to Siberia, diplomatic
sources said here today.
The sources said Polish consul consulates
ates consulates in Lithuania, a Soviet repub republic
lic republic since 1943, have been flooded
in recent weeks by Jewish ap applications
plications applications for Polish passports.

Reports reaching here via War Warsaw
saw Warsaw eid the Polish consulate
in VUna and Kaunae have re re-reived
reived re-reived at least 15,000 applica applications.
tions. applications. The Jew were claiming
Polish citizenship on the basis
that they were living in districts
of Lithuania which belonged to
Poland before World War Two.
The sources said the Lithuanian
Jews apparently see Polish citiz citizenship
enship citizenship as their only hope of avoid avoiding
ing avoiding deportation.

Red China Reaffirms
Faith is Communism,
Oks Hungary, Poland

MOSCOW. Dec. 30 fUP) -Prav.

da today published the full text of
an article in the Chinese Commu Communist
nist Communist newspaper "Peoples Daily"
which reaffirmed Chinese support

iur nussia as me mam centre of
the Communist world.
The "Peoples Daily" also voiced
approval of Soviet policy in Hun Hungary
gary Hungary and Poland.
Published in Pelping, Dec. 29,
the 14,000 word article covers
practically the entire field of
Communism's current problems
including the reason for Stalin's
mistakes, "Tlteism," Communist
ideology, Hungary and Poland.
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According to some observers,
the most significant statement in
the article is the reaffirmation of
Russia as the main centre of world
Communism.
"We must in the future strf.no-

then the solidarity of the interna international
tional international proletariat, with the Soviet

union as the centre, m the inter interest
est interest of the common cause of the
proletariat of different countries.

and jointly rebuff imperialist at-

iacKs neaaea oy the United States
against the socialist cause."

How ian you make sure of win winning
ning winning a spade trick with the com combination
bination combination of cards shown in today's
hand? There is a way, provided
ihat you make proper prepa preparation.
ration. preparation. West leads the jack of clubs,
and East takes the ace and re returns
turns returns a club. You draw two
rounds of trumps and can now
plan your play in spades.
Planning is not the same as
playing. If you lead spades at
this moment, East will be able
to top anything that dummy plays
and wll be abe to get out safey
with a diamond. You will then
have to lose two more spade
tricks. The correct play is to
cash all three diamonds before
touching the spades. Only then
can you afford to lead spade
from your hand.
If West plays a low spade, you
finesse tht ten from the dummy.
If West nlays the queen of spades,

you intend to put up dummy's
kine. In any case, East is obliged

to win the trick and must then re

turn a spade. (If East returns
anvthina but a spade, you can

ruff in dummy and discard a los

ing spade from, your hand.) II tne
spades are played in this way,
dummy is sure to win a trick with
either -the king or the ten.

Real Fires Show
Fighters The How
MILWAUKEE (UP) The
plant fire brigade of the Inland
Products Co. is getting its training.
Mock-ups of fire hazards likely

to be found in the company's plant
are constructed and ignited- Then
each of the 110 men In the firms

volunteer fire brigade is given an
onoortunitv to put out the fire,

using equipment that would be

available in the plant.
The new program was the Idea

of Ray E. Winter, Inland's safety"

director and fire cniei. tie oecioea
ort the real thing because he didn't

feel "paperwork" instruction was
adequate.
The training In actual fire-fighting
is a follow-up to about six
months of bi-weekly lectures and

movies on techniques.

OH, SHOE, SHOE! Actress Marie Windsor isn't just,horsing
around for a publicity picture aha really knows how to shoe
a horse. And she can tune up a car like a garage mechanic.
She picked up the skills when she lived on her parents' ranch
at Marysvale. Utah.

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U. S. Newsmen Face

Government's Ire
On Curtain-Climb
WASHINGTON. Dec. 29 fUp)

The Treasury Department to-

aay considered taxing still dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary action against three
American newsmen who slipped
into Communist China illegally.
The Treasury Department is
empowered under the trading
with the enemy act to block at
least temDorarllv the hank nnri

other financial accounts of the

newsmen In the United States.
The State Department said
last night in a formal statement
tha the cases are "belmr called

to the attention of the Treasury
Department In view of the rele relevant
vant relevant provisions of the trading
with the enemy act." The State

iiepanment also said the news newsmen's
men's newsmen's passports "will be made
valid only for return to the
United states."
Earlier, Editor and Publisher
Magazine, trade magazine of
the newspaper industry, at at-tacked
tacked at-tacked government attempts
to exercise control over the
news gathering activities of
American newsmen in foreign
countries.
"Are the news gathering ac activities
tivities activities of the American press
subject to control by our gov government
ernment government according to what its
foreign policy might be at any
given moment?," the newspaper
trade magazine asked.
The State Department listed
the thtee newsmen no William

Worthy. Negro correspondent for
the Baltimore Afro American,
and Edmund Stevens and Phil

lip Houinfton, Doth of Look
Magazine. Holllngton Is a Photographer.

( Western experts here said they
estimate that some 40,000 Jews in
Lithuania have survived such de deportations
portations deportations since the war and have

been permitted to- return to their
former residences.
Unconfirmed reports said panic
broke out among the Jewish min minority
ority minority in Lithuania and the two oth other
er other Baltic states annexed by the
Soviets when news of deportations
of Jews from Kiev and other
Ukrainian cities were sent to cen central
tral central Asia or Siberia.
These reports said the Jews,
most of them employed in various
Ukrainian plants, were unformed
by their management that they
have been transferred to a Siberi Siberian
an Siberian branch of the factory.
They said the Lithuanian Jews
fear that a wave of deportation
would soon spread to the Baltic
states. They believed their only
hope is to be recognized as Polish

citizens.

NEW YEAR'S WATCH NIGHT SERVICE
TONIGHT 9:00 12:00
Skit 1956 in Review
Gospel Film 'Time and Eternity''
Fellowship Church Providing Food
Testimony Time Song and Praise
NEW YEAR'S SERVICE 1 1 :00 12:00
Closing with New Year Prayer Meeting
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Poland Agrees With
Tito On Primrose
Paths To Socialism

WARSAW, Dec. 31 (UP) Po Poland
land Poland lined up with Yugoslavia to today
day today on the principle that there
are many different roads to So Socialism,
cialism, Socialism, only two days after Red
China blasted Tito and shortly be before
fore before Chou En-Lai's visit here.
An official communique publish published
ed published following the return to Belgrade
of the Yugoslav Communist Par Party
ty Party delegation which spent 10 days
conferring with Polish Communist
leaders spoke of "complete agree agreement"
ment" agreement" between the twi parties.
"Both delegations are of the be belief
lief belief that the road to Socialism can
take many ways and forms," the
communique said.
It called for "many and close
contacts between the two parties,"
which Poles took as a hint that
Marshal Tito might visit here in
the new year.
The communique aTso said that
both parties agreed they should
develop "the best possible rela relations
tions relations with Socialist and other par parties
ties parties without, of course, in any way
interfering in the internal affairs
of those parties.".
The communique said that both
sides agreed on the extreme im importance
portance importance of the Soviet 20th Party
Congress and showed deep com comprehension
prehension comprehension of each other's prob problems.
lems. problems. B,..,
The party newspaper "Trybune
Ludu" nublished the eammiinlnn

on its front page while two inside

pages were devoted to the com complete
plete complete text of the Chinese attack on
Titoism.

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MONDAY, DECEMBER SI, ISSf

Social and Otkerwide

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AT MRS. ARNOLD'S LUNCHEON Some of the guests who attended a luncheon given last
Thursday by Mrs. Hugh M, Arnold at Albrook Officers' Clug are shown at the table. Guests
Sf honor were Mrs. William K. Harrison, wiie of the Caribbean Commandr-ln-Chief, who will
e leaving the Isthmus Friday, and Miss Jo An Potter, daughter of the Governor of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Zone. Miss Potter is here for the holidays from school In the States.

ISTHMUS GETS READY TO LAUNCH NEW YEAR
WITH PARTIES AND DANCES AT ALL THE BRIGHT SPOTS
As 1956 winds to a finish, people all over the Isthmus are netting ready to have a final fling
before making their New Year Resolutions. .
Especially popular sites tor fun will be the Hotel El Panama, where Clarence Martin will al alternate
ternate alternate with Lucho Aicarraga to provide music from 8 p.m. until morning; the Union Club, which
will bold its traditional New Tear's Dance and the Ft. Amador Officers' Open Mess, which will
tart dinner at 7 p.m. and dancing from p.m.
Many private parties have been planned throughout both Panama and the Zone, and there
is every Indication that the New Year will be welcome here with traditional falety.

French Ambassador
Will fnteirtaln
For New Year
The French Ambassador and
Mrs! Lionel Vasse will receive
members of the French Colony at
the Embassy residence at La Cres Crests
ts Crests tomorrow from 5:30 p.m. until
7 p.m. to celebrate New Year's
Day1.
Settfct
For Diolomatk LtftJM
Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs will
give a tea for the ladies of the
diplomatic corps at the golf Club,
next Monday.
Dinner Given
Te Pete
Ambassador Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Airman
gave a dinner party Saturday night
in honor of the Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Cuba Alberto Boyd and
Mrs. Boyd, who are visiting here
for the holidays.
Now Year
Will e Welcomed
By Shriners
JAmong the events planned for
New Year's Eve will be a dinner
tnce sponsored by Abou Saad
rlnt Temple at the Ancon Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple. The affair, for
Jmriners and their Ladies only, will
start at 6 30 with dinner at 7:30.
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Dancing to the Sonoramic Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra of Fort Clayton will be from
9 to 1. Reservations are necessary,
but tickets may be purchased at
the door.
This gala affair will be semi-formal
and soarvenir hats and noise
makers will be furnished.
Mr. And Mrs. Eleta
rtajn
aeaadar And Mrs. Boyd
and Mrs. Carlos Eleta, ah
rtatned Panama's Ambassador lo
Cuba Alberto Boyd and Mrs. Boyd
at their home yesterday.
Mr, Harry Casler's
Mother Is Here
For Holidays
Mrs. George Pslomm is here
from Ridgewood, New Jersey to
spend the holidays with her son
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs
Harry Casler of Golf Heights.
Pink Elephants
At Kebbe Party
Guests at a cocktail party giv
en by Major and Mrs. Albert G
Hume at the Kobbe Officers' Club
Saturday were greeted by pink ele elephants,
phants, elephants, which were part of the de decor.
cor. decor. Guests at the party were Col.
and Mrs. Frank Miller, Col. and
Mrs. Noel M. Cox, Col. and Mrs.
James Frank, Cof. and Mrs. Jo
seph Russ, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jack

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to Box 134 Panama. Since this
will reouire ntra time for
Zone mailing, it is suggested
that contributors mal their
entributions early.
Contributions will, of course,
be accepted at the Panama
American Office No. 57 "H"
Street, Panama City or at the
advertising sub-office at 12. 12.-179
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Plane Gears Locked,
But II Lands Safely
HONG KONG, Dec. 31 (UP)
A Thai Airways plane with 24 pas passengers
sengers passengers and crewmen aboard land landed
ed landed with its wheels locked today
when a check showed the brakes
were not operating properly.
Cap. Chet Brown circled his DC DC-4
4 DC-4 plane above Hong Kong when be
found hfssbrakes were inet function functioning
ing functioning properly.
Brown then"applied emergency
air pressure on the wheels, lock locking
ing locking them.
The plane, with its nose up, roll rolled
ed rolled along the airpori. runway on
landing blowing up a stream of
smoke from the locked wheels
tires.
None of the 14' passengers and
10 crewmembers were injured.
Spain's Answer
To Mad Bomber?
BARCELONA, Spain, Dec. 31
(UP) A home ma He hnmh n.
ploded today at the foot of a
siaiue a me main Barcelona
street Avenida del Generalissimo
t ranco.
No casualties were reported.
The blast damaged the base of
the monument and shattered win windows
dows windows in nearby buildings.
Police said they suspect the
bomb was planted by a criminal
because several of his henchmen
were arrested recently.
Icebound Russians
Blast Out Of Trap
LONDON. Dec. 31 (IIP) A Sn.
vlet exploration ship carrying a
party ot scientists to Russia s Ant Antarctic
arctic Antarctic expedition base had to blast
its way through pack ice with ex explosives,
plosives, explosives, radio Moscow reported
loaay.
The broadcast saiH thp vessel
Ob, battuaf life way, through vio
lent storms as welt, as ice, was
expected to reach the Soviet base
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THE MAN WITH THE MAGIC TOUCH Lucho Azcarraga,
who will celebrate Us birthday tomorrow plays a strain from
his new composition "Panama Fiesta," which has recently
been released in a long-play record.

Ike's MidEast Plan Scoffed, Hit
By British Press as Late, Phony

LONDON, Dec. 31 (UP)-The Con
servative British press today
greeted the proposed "Eisenhower
doctrine" for the Middle East
with petulance and sarcasm.
The Washington disclosure that
the United States plans to throw
a protective shield around the
Middle East against Russian pen
etration caught the government
away from its desks for the long
holiday weekend. But the
press headlined the plan and gen
erally took lt as vindication ol tne
British invasion of Suez.
France Studies Plan
In Paris, the French Foreign Of Office
fice Office said it was studying the plan,
with particular emphasis on the
new American tendency to con
sider the Middle East a zone of
vital interest to the United States.
The only Sunday papers of all
political affiliations headlined the
plan. Consensus was that this is
exactly what Prime Minister An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden, "begged" President
Eisenhower to do last January at
talks in Washington.
The Independent-Conservative
Sunday Times called the plan
"better late than never."
"Belated reversal" said the
Conservative Sunday Express.
"Suddenly America's Intentions
in the Middle East have taken on
a creative, independent and posi positive
tive positive air," said the independent Ob
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ent. correspondent. 'What Eden Did'
Noting the President's apparent
determination ;o take independ independent
ent independent action if necessary, the Con Conservative
servative Conservative Sunday Graphic asked
"Isn't that what Sir Anthony Eden
did?" in Suez.
Britain has been particularly bit

ter over American opposition to
its venture in the Suez Canal zone
which it said uncovered a vast
plan of Russian Mideast penetra penetration.
tion. penetration. Express Editor John Gordon, in
a signed column, charged that
Mr. Eisenhower is "bewudered.
"As things are shaping, we may
have him ordering us back into
Eevot. Wouldn't that be the day
"I hoDe the thought of it isn't
spoiling his gume this weekend
on the Augusta Golf Course where
America's givetnment now seems
to be permanently estaousned.
Meetings
Curundu Woman's Club
Will Meet Wednesday
The monthly business meeting of
the Curundu Woman s Club will be
held Wednesday at 9 a.m. in. the
Community Building.
There will be a discussion of ac activities
tivities activities for the coming year. All
members are urged to attend.
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HOLLYWQ OD (NBA)
Hollywood 1956 Quotes to Re
member: Frank Love joy: "I
guess I'm a failure. I don't owe
a cent to the income tax depart-
ment." ... Maurice Chevalier:
"Durinj the last 15 years I have
done everything In moderation,
That includes drlnkine. eatlnsr
and raving about blondes."
, t r
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aays tne U.S. government aue
nun ior non-support.
stang: "The reason I look the
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ed In show business 17 years a-
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tique antique even then." . Lana Tur
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I take off?'
Anita Ekberg: "Being Swed Swedish,
ish, Swedish, it does not come natural fnr
me to expose my emotions. So I
i, i. .-

fil.?l?n ab?uta novte cCfiight parts." ... Joan ilondell

ph IVLuLlJr1 or m.e-VW. becu! trot u th

tie: "She's sweet after fashinn
even sweeter after an old-
rasnioned."
ELVIS PRESLEY- t AiAn't
kopy my style from anyone. I
jump arouna 'cause it's the way
I feel. My stuff's got a beat and
I Just can't listen to lt an' stand
still." ... Marilyn Monroe: ,fAs
for my mouth being open all the
time, I even sleep with it open."
Sam Goldwyn: "The script Is
the foundation of all good en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Without a story a
picture falls flat. In the new
wide-screen age, a bad story is
twice as bad."
Karl Maiden, one of the stars
of the controversial "Baby
Doll": "It's honest. If honesty
is dirty, then it's d'rty."
Edith Terry about a Hollywood
cocktail party: "People 1 were
spilling drinks and secrets."
Eddie Cantor about his first dra dramatic
matic dramatic acting on TV: "An old
oog OAJN warn new tricks." ...
Kim Novak- "The first tVitn o
it in
man notices about a woman is
ho cm All f hat, f Ti. .l
the smell of her perfume. It sets
oir me Deus in the male belfry
CARY GRANT:
'Tf All mV
- ...
aawo "v.c nuiirii uuwn uvcr
a period of years, they'd be the
biggest mess of contradictions
afNpP
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:25
Air-Conditioned
From That Warm,
Witty, Wonderful
Broadway Play!

Nope

Tuesday "High Society"
PARAISO 6:15 8:05
"KISS BEFORE DYING"

CAMP BIERD 6:15 1:20 "SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD"

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Bill Holden, worried about
many of Hollywood's vounc
would-be-stairs: sThey make tha
mistake of complexin them,
selves into sometnlne thevrei
not." ... Ji.dv nri.rf. wL-
(MOM fired me I was broke I
I went to work for the studio
w,,en a w iz, was ther 18
years, but left with no money
becausp what t
I r V uvu W d UWX
ly handled, it was my own fault.
x muu v mow now to count. But
I know hpftpr tnrinv r
learn everything: the hard way."
Two-Ton Tony Galento, the
prizefighter whw played a mov movie
ie movie comedy role:
"Lerirt' I can do all the time,
but my faee don't eall for it."
iL"c CM w gni oaris aim-
On Whv She's nartVnla
jminuwi nimui
nerTV appearances: "in 20 min
utes you can mane a looi or your yourself."
self." yourself." . Phyllis Kirk about her
career In MGM musicals: "I wa
always the girls who didn't sine
or dance."
ZSA ZSA GABOR after a one one-hour
hour one-hour TV show: "I loved it but it
was really hard work. Why, I
bet I aged an hour during th
show." . Shirley MacLaine ex explaining
plaining explaining how she reduced her
size from 14 to 9 without losing
weight: "I just rearranged the
muscles."
Vic Mature looking at himself:
"I don't mind if it's a small role
as long as the picture is good.
Really, I'm not much of an ac actor."
tor." actor." Veteran actor Allyn Joalyn,
after being cast in his first
western: "Already I bet I can
outdraw such stars as Noel Cow Coward
ard Coward and Alec Guinness."
oina Lollobrigida, about the
' ..... ..n i.u
: nuu; oca. nn men arc uio
same. They all think the same
, 1 ...
ana want tne same tnings. Lan Language
guage Language makes no difference whero
men are ennrerneri nsnnit
fla iknnf Vtic f1nM . mr
a-"-t auuvev 11.0 ,.vy ao m V lfu
sy: j. was always seen as tnt
schnook. I played straight man
to an old guy with a beard."
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:H
Kathryn Grayson
Josd Iturbl
"THAT MIDNIGHT KISS"
Tuesday "The Prisoner
MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
Robert Taylor
Ava Gardner
"RIDE, VAQUERO!"
Color!
o
Tuesday "Green Buddha"
CRISTOBAL 7:11
Alr-Conditioned
Mario Lanza
Joan Fontaine
"SERENADE"
Color!
o
Tues. "That Certain Feelinf"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 I:
"VALENTINO"
20
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RICHARD W I DM ARK
JANE GREER
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12:50, 2:27, 4:27, 6:27, 1:45 I



MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1956

THE PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY RIWVAPB
PAGE Rfl

Social and Otli

erwide

Dtsfcdlds Give

Af tambo For
Mr. ami Mrs. Swllty
Mr. nd Mrs. Marion Herring
and Mr. and Mrs David Ellis en en-tertaised
tertaised en-tertaised jointly on Thursday eve evening'
ning' evening' the Herring residence in
Gamboa. The party was planned
fs a farewell for Mr. and Mrs.
cancis Suiley who, after a three
year residence in Gamboa, left for
Washington. D. C. where Mr. Sui Suiley
ley Suiley will be in the Legal Depart Department
ment Department of the Panama Canal Co.
Also honored at the party were
Stephen A. Herring and David El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, Jr. Stephen, a Cadet Midship Midshipman
man Midshipman at the U. S. Merchant Marine
Academy at Kings Point, N. Y. ar arrived
rived arrived on Dec. 20 and will remain
win his parents until today. Da David,
vid, David, also home for the Christmas
vacation, is attending the Univerr
sity of North Carolina.
fclt-Noe Party
Tomorrow For
Cabana Club Members
Tomorrow at noon, an egg-nog
party will be given by the Hoter

!E1 Panama for members of the
! Cabana Club. The parry will start

at 11 a.m. near the pool.

Badly Burned Cindy
Clinging To Life
With Grafted Skin

German-Speakers in Italy Oppose.
Again. Italiamzation Measures

BOLZANO, Italy. Dec. 31 (UP J Bolzano in the Italian Trent pro-
Aoitotinn far oroa-er nnlitical inivinCE.

dependence in the German-speak The council, in which 12 of the
ins Rnivann nrovinr nf Italv e-il9 members side with the south

rupted a new last night when the Tyrolean Peoples Party (SVP) vot vot-provincial
provincial vot-provincial council asked Italy's' ed to appeal the bill which the

Svf charged wowtt tayor me im immigration
migration immigration of Italian workers into
the Bolzano area.
1 The regional -aw was first re-

provincial

constitutional court to outlaw a so
called "Itallanization" measure.
The move was the latest in a

campaign by he German-speaking

Flood Devastation

Brings Mindanao
To Calamity Status
MANILA, Dec. 31 (UP) Pres-

idet Ramon Magsavsay proclaim-

ot-i ed-floor-devastated Mindanao Is

land under a sat.- of calamity last
night to ra.tt the threat of famine
and epidemics in the Philippines'

second largest island.

Soviets List Dead
In Hungary, 1800
VIENNA, Dec. 31 (UP) The
Hungarian government newspaper
today claimed that only "1.800 to
2,000" citizens were killled in the
fighting against Russian tanks in
Budapest

The newspaper Nep Szabadsag

said 12.971 persons were hospital

it said tne cas

Evans, 3, Decatur, III., remameo
in M-itiral condition today bu; was

becoming more .esponsive to doc doctors
tors doctors and nurses since her skin skin-graft
graft skin-graft operation.
Doctor said there was "no

c'-ange" in tre condition of the

little glfl. Cindy was ourneo irum
her chin to her knees last Novem November
ber November when her diess caught fire as
she reached for a box of crackers
on a gas stove at' her home.
Friday surgeons grafted the
skin of a dead boy -to Cindy dur during
ing during a five-hour operation. The skin
graft provided a temporary cov covering
ering covering for the birned area of her
body, and' was expected to, peel
off in a few weeks. Medical men,
however, said the skin graft would
give Cindy's body a better chance
to develop new skin.

population of the upper Ad ig e! jeet?i by Ae Boizano council last
(south Tvroli resion of Italv a'lJuly but the provincial council of

! gainst Italian rule in the Bolzani' Trento approved it.

itauan interior minister reman
do Tramhroui. -cook immediate
measures to run the bill thrsugh

by using article 73 of the statue of

the Trentine-Alo Adige region, au

council

Italian extreme rightist have al
so charged Austria with attempt

ttox rtiing to incorporate the area into

,V.W "7.;ti uSit country in spite of an agree

lZeO Willi WUUllUB. Al. a am wic TIT 9
ualties occurred between Oct. 23, j Parents of Gilbert Case III, 3,

the date of the uprising, and Chicago latally injured in a
Dec. 1. Christmas Eve traffic mishap
pl.S CSr!S aseShigraha!oered his skin to Cindy to give
25 000. I her a chance for me.
Wanted: More Teachers,
More Classroom Spaces,
Less Education Tussles

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (UP) This was achieved, he said, des-

ment reached after World War II

The new dispuie flared over an
Italian Government-backed bill' to

allocate 200 million lire to aid

small and medium industries in
the German-speaking province of

Military Plane Down,
23 ol 41 Said Alive

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (UP)--The
Air Force reoorted earlv to

day that a mili try air transport

piane carrying 41 persons crashed
near Dharan, Saudi Arabia. It said
there were 23 "known survivors"
An Air Force spokesman said
the plane was on a scheduled flight
from Tripoli, Libya, to Dharan. He
said the plane crashed one mile
from the air field In Dharan.
There were 29 passengers and
12 crewmen aboard the C-121
transport.
The spokesman said no other de details
tails details were immediately available.

thorizing him to make a final de de-cison
cison de-cison on any financial measures
on which the Trenton and Bolzano
provincial councils cannot agree.

Marion B. Folsom, secretary of

health, education and welfare,
said tonight that a record 62,600
new classrooms were built in 1956
but added that the shortage "is
still grave."
Folsom included the figures in
a year-end statement which said
that 1956 was "ayear of notable
achievement by the American
people in their steady progress to toward
ward toward better health, improved edu education
cation education and stronger economic security."

He credited the new record in
classroom construction to the
"strenuous efforts by state and lo local
cal local authorities" in some areas to
overcome the current shortage.
But Folsom added that "with
enrollment continuing to increase
rapidly, all indications are that

the shortages will retrain acute
in the coming years unless federal
assistance is provided."
President Eisenhower, whose
1.25 billion dollar school aid bill
'et Congress, has put
the measure near the top of the
egislation he wilf
suoit to the session which con convenes
venes convenes Thursday.
Sen. H. Alexander Smith
(R-jN) said today that he will
offer a speeded-up version of the
proposal. Smith said he will keep
the same figure but spread the
grants over only four years in instead
stead instead of five to make up for the
lack of action last session.
Cut Teacher Shortage
Folsom said the shortage of
qualified teachers was cut from
about 140,000 to 120,000 in 1956.

Dite a snurt in public school en

rollment from 30.5 million to 31.5

million.
He added that this year also
marked the first time that federal
funds have been used for coopera cooperative
tive cooperative research by colleges, univer

sities and state school agencies in

to major educational problems.
They included studies in meth

ods of improving the education of
mentally-retarded children, the
reasons why many able high

school students do not go on to

college, how schools can help pre prevent
vent prevent 'lutenfle "dCllutiUBnVy tt& the

essentials for qualified teachers,"

Folsom said.
He noted these other 1956 ac

complishments which he said are
"fundamental in strengthening our
national security, in expand

ing our prosperity and in main
taining our freedom":
Research Reaches Peak

Research, into the major killing
and crippling diseases reached the

hiehest level m history

The National Institute! of
Health was granted more than 180
million dollars" for its vork in the

current year.
Some 3,000 research grants to

taling 39.5 million dollars were
awarded to independent scientists
workine in universities and other

medical centers throjghout the

nation.

New legislation started federal

grants to help build researcn ia

cilities, aid in training more
nurses and more public health

personnel, and a continuing iea iea-eral
eral iea-eral survey of the extent and na nature
ture nature of illness and disability
among the population.

505,000 Gl Loans

Received in 1956

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (UPV-

The Veterans Administration re reported
ported reported today that 505,000 veterans
received GI home loans totaling

5.8 rjuiion during J956.
It was the third highest year In
the 12 and one-half year program,
the VA said.

The 1956 volume was 22 per cent

below the all-lime record set in
1955 when 649,600 home loans to

taling $7.1 billion were guaranteed.
The second best year was 1947.
During 1956 the VA received a-

bout 510,000 GI home loan applica applications
tions applications '24 per cent less than the

1955 record of 669,000.

Walchnighf Service
A! Curundu Church
Also Marks Birthday

The Curundu Protestant Church
win nave iieu' annual v uuiiu.gut.
service tonignt, oeginning at n.'io

p.m.

xuis celebration not only will be

for tne uaaiuonai vvacuuigut, erv
ice heid torougnout tne wunu, out
it aiso mams me Diruiday u tne

Curundu cnurch. 'fomgnvs service

will mark tne mntn anniversary.

ine liTst wawainiguo service in

1947 was held wniie uie cnurcn wa.
unaer construction. A pari of uie

roof had not been put on and just

ax uie conaresauoa was navm

uieir i'im communion service me

moon rose in ail is beamy, lms

scene is rememojred by those woo

were tnere inat iirsi night.

since then tne Cnurcn was serv

ed by he chaplains of the armed

lorces until almost two years ago
At tnat time the Rev. l aul Haiio

way was called from he Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Union Church to serve as ihe

first civilian pastor. Rev. Holloway
gave up the pulpit here in June

1956. The Rev. Milton n.. Leung
was called from an Ohio pastorate

to succeed the former pastor.
The service will begin tonight at

9:30 with open house. Later in the
evening a religious film in color,

"Time and Eternity" win oe
shown. The service will conclude

wiih the serving of Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion in a candlelight service.

(

The death toll stood officially at

21 dead and scores of o:hers were
missing. But press reports said
five more had diet since the Phi

lippine National Bed Cross releas

ed the official figure late Saturday

night.
Oldlimers said the flood, trig

gered by rains that began falling

Christmas Eve, was the worst to

hit Mindanao in 26 years.

The Red Cross today began bat

tling the spectre of famine in six

of eight provinces drenched by the

unceasing ram.

Bed Cross and social welfare

workers, rushed to the stricken a

reas by ship and air, distributed

food to some 4,350 persons of an

estimated total of 30,000 left home

less by the Hoods.
The Philippine News Service re reported
ported reported last night thai land-slides
in northern Mindanao prevented

the seinding of relief to that area

by social welfare administration
teams.
President Magsaysay and his
aides stood by at flalacanang Pa Pa-lac
lac Pa-lac to act swiftly on developments
as they occur in the devastated a-

reas. Damage to public and pri

vate property was estimated at
$15,000,000.

A DOG'S BEST FRIEND Spots, left, looks up wearily as he keep stubborn vigU with kit
friend Bltckfe, killed by an automobile on a Washington, D.C., street. Spots remained beside
Blackies body all through the night. He wouldn't respond to his 13-year-old master's plead-
ing to return home and finally had to be pulled, whimpering, away from the death scene.

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Cocktail Lounge, wishes you a very Happy New Yaar, and invite you to
join in the celebrations beginning from New Years Eve.
Dance to the rhythm of the
BRISETT QUARTET

and listen to fajnous Panamanian pianist
DOLORES

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Call now at Tel. 3-6225
Reservations will be held
till 10:30 p.m.
Noise makers, horns and hats
will be. distributed to all.

Rhee Appoints Cho

As Foreign Envoy

SEOUL, Dec. 31 (UP) Presi

dent Synpjnan?Rheetoday appoint

ed Actinf Foreign Minister Cho
Chung Whan as full foreign minis minister.
ter. minister. Cho had been acting foreien min minister
ister minister since July 1955, after Foreign
Minister Pyun Yung Tai resigned
to go into retirement.

Russians Appoint

Envoy To Nippon
RUSSIANS APPOINT INSIDE

TOKYO, Dec. 31 (UP) Russia
has appointed Deputy Premier I-

van Fyodorovich Tevosyan as the
Soviet's first-postwav Ambassador
o Japan, it was reported here to today.
day. today. The 54-year-old mining engineer
is expected to arrive here about
the same time Vice Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Suemitsu Kadowaki takes up
his post as Japanese Ambassador
to Moscow.

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swimming non-swimming starring role of her career is the enticing Aim
fare offered bv "TIIE UNGUARDED MOMENT," suspense
drama in Technicolor which OPENS AT THE tUX ON
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY tod, with George Nader end a
sensational young newcomer named John Saxon in the
other starring spots. Alto in this tale of a beautiful young
high school teacher menaced by one of her pupils and hit
woman -hating lather are sdeb top- flight actors as Edward
Andrews, Les frentavne and Dani Crayne.

Alfred Hitchcock's famed techniques for creating the
ultimate in movie tension, by banding the most ingenious
plot situations tn the most unusual settings, will he given
their most dramatic presentation in "THE MAN WHO KNEW
TOO MUCH,"" which OPENS TOMORROW AT THE CEN CENTRAL
TRAL CENTRAL with James Stewart and Doris Day starred.

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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC Of PANAMA
Complete Prize-winninfs Numbers iit the Ordinary Drawing No. 1973, Sunday, December 30,1956
The whole ticket has 44 ple6es which comprises the two seriw "A" and ''

First Prize
Second Pmt
Third Prize

5765
4313
4650

$ 44,000.00
$ 13.200 00
$ 6.600 00

rRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 5 and not included in the above Ust win PortyFonr Dollars ($44.4) each.
The whole ticket hat 44 pieces which comprises the two series "A" ani "B'V ''4wi

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by? ALBERTO ALEMAN. tiOTernor or tne rrormce 01 ranama veo. -isto

The Representative Of The Treasury. JOSE OUTLLERMO AIZPU

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Chesterfield To Start Robinson Against Cerveza Balboa Tomorrow

PAGE SIX

Beermen Blank Carta Vieja
To Move Into Second Place

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
, The loop-leading Chesterfield Smokers will send
femberto Robinson (2-1) against Stanley Arthur
fiOil) of the surging Cerveza Balboa Beermen at the
Olympic Stadium tomorrow night at 7:30.
Yesterday afternoon at the Stadium, the Beer Beermen
men Beermen blanked the Carta Vieja Yankees 7 to 0, as left left-Milder
Milder left-Milder George Brunet spun a neat five-hitter in
posting his second whitewashing job of the season,
ana his mates backed him up with a total of ten base
knocks which included solo homers by John Glenn
and Al Pinkston and aiwo-run roundtripper by Pe Pepe
pe Pepe Osorio. The win put the Beermen in second place

two games behind the Smokers.

have his best pitching days far

haWnA him allowed two runs

and three hits in one and one
third frames.

Robinson, who has divided his
two victories this season at the
expense of the Beermen and the
Yankees, is well rested for to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's game.
Robby beat Carta Vieja 7 to 3
at Colon Stadium two Sundays
ago and got a tuneup Friday
night when he retired font men
In the last two frames of the
seven-inning game when Jim
Michalec and the Smokers de defeated
feated defeated the Yankees 1 to 0.
Robinson, in his other win,
shut out the Beermen 3 (to 0
Dec 11. The only hit off the
sidearmer that night was a
ilith-lnning two-base blow by
' Arthur, a diminutive right
hinder whose lack of stature
belies his great courage s and
competitive ability, made his
list start, Dec. 20 when he suf suffered
fered suffered a heart-breaking 4 to 1 loss
to Jerry Davie of the Smokers.
The gamt went into the tenth
Inning all tied up one-all until
the game llttie curve-baller
weakened and gave "P,,00,
runs to Ellas Osorio and Hai
in that contest Arthur fanned
theilangerous Frank Austin in
the first and third Innings,
each time with a nner on
base, but Frank finally got a
safety in the fifth frame.
Tomorrow's will be Arthur's

first start In 11 days.
Yesterday the first run came
in the fourth on Glenn's 4th
homer oi the season to put

Beermen out m ir

er yanaee
gate Sirojr and Brunet had
feiWllown to whgfwas until
8a to that time a pl&hers duel.
Brunet was given a nice cush cushion
ion cushion to work on in the fifth when
pinKston's prodigious poke over
the concrete wall in right field
featured a four-run splurge to
make the score 5 to 0.
The two final markers came
In the sixth whn Pepe pushed
one over the left field Mnwith
pinkston, who had been hit by
a pitch, on base.
Taylor, who failed again to
notch his first pro league win,
gave up five runs and seven hits
frt the four and two-thirds in innings
nings innings he worked.
pete Nicolis, a one time fire fire-balling
balling fire-balling iefty wheo now seems to

Andres Alonsb, who made his

f rst appearance for uarca,
Vieja after beta signed up
late last week, was the second
reliever.
Andy, after getting a great
ovation from the crowd on his
way to the hill, pitched scoreless
ball in the last two innings.
The fans went wild when the
former "Thin Man" of the Pro
League fanned Leon Kellman on
three straight pitches for the
last Beerman out, in the bottom
of the eighth.
After the game baseball writ writers
ers writers covering the league were
guests of loop .president Rani
Arango and secretary-treasurer
Carlos Delvalle, who threw a
buffet "New Year" party for the
scribes.

Big Regatta
Tomorrow
At Cristobal

Tomorrow at 1:30 n.m. the

Cristobal Yacht Club hosts the
outboarders for the annual New

Year's Day Regatta. Starting
time for the first race is at 1:30
pm.

The Cristobal Yacht Club an

nounces free admission and
plenty of parking space for the
afternoon's events. The after

noon's program lists three out outboard
board outboard classes, plus a "free-for-all."
A "surprise" race is to be

announced for all contestants
following the free-for-all.
First to get the starter's flag
will be the tiny buzzing Class A
hydroplanes. These 8-ft. speed speedsters
sters speedsters provide the spills and
thrills commonly associated
with outboard racing.

Class C Runabout. There are

three starters listed in the C
runabout class old reliable

'Winky" Wlnkes, his Inveterate

adversary Jim Hudjlns, and the
new renovated "bomb" of the
class of Don Trumble and crew.

Class D Runabout. The 13-ft.

runabouts sporting the 30 and
40 horsepower motors, with five

entrants listed Frank Benson,
Les Croft, B. Medsky, Fred Hirt,
and Bob Daniels.

Trying to retain his free for
all crown will be Panama's ace
driver, Ed Abbot, driving his D
hydroplane. Ready to give him
competition, besides the drivers
listed above, will be a new B hy hydro
dro hydro driver, Domingo Hines, who
threatens to give Abbott a run
for the trophy.
Admission to the races are
free and refreshment will be a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable by the Cristobal Yacht
Club.

350,000 Fans To Flock
To Seven Bowls Tomorrow

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (UP) -An

estimated 359,000 fans will flock

to seven bowls tomorrow in col

lege football's annual salute to the
new year.

The top crowd of about 100,000

is expected in the Rose Bowl where

Iowa is an eight point favorite to

whip Oregon State. Tennessee, the
nation's second-ranked team, is a
6'A-point choice over Baylor in the
Sugar Bowl, Colorado is a three three-point
point three-point pick over. Clemson in the Or

ange Bowl and T.C.U. a two-to-three
point favorite over Syracuse

in the Cotton Bowl.
The four major bowl fames
will be carried en national radio
and television networks which
should give ever American with
enough strength to get out of bed
a chance to there in the fun.
The experts are predicting low
scoring games with the exception
of the Cotton Bowl, where T.C.U.
and Syracuse feature high-octane
offenses.
Iowa, which compiled an 8-1 rec record
ord record during the regular season, is
a solid choice to beat Oregon State
(7-2-1) despite the fact It won by
only 14-13 last October. The Hawk-

Milan Lends Soccer
Player To Udinese
Club For $16,000

MILAN. Italy, Dec. 31 (UP)

The Milan soccer club lent Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine centerforward Francis Francisco
co Francisco Lolicono to the Udinese club
for a Aported 10,000,000 lira (tt
000 dollars) yesterday.
' Lojacono, a former star of the
Argentine San Lorenzo team,
arrived here two days ago under
contract with Milan. Enthusias Enthusiastic
tic Enthusiastic Udinese officials concluded
the deal after seeing him score
four goals in a training game of
Milan reserves yesterday.
Under the deal, Lojacono be becomes
comes becomes the joint "property" of
Milan and Udinese. Milan could
not use him in the present sea season
son season because it has already filled
the quota of foreign players al allotted
lotted allotted to it under Italian League
regulations.

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Orange Bowl
To Have Many

Empty Seats

MIAMI, Dec. 31 (UP) There
will be a few thousand seats va

cant in the Orange Bowl New

Year's Day. but Colorado and

Clemson will be on the field to

fight for prestige and $200,000
each.
The odds makers figure the out outcome
come outcome will be close. They pick
Colorado by three, points.
Nevertheless, some 5,000 tickets
remain unsold in the 76,000 seat
stadium and the prospect of cold,
windy weather rrobably will turn
back any last minute surge. Not
since 1941, when the Orange Bowl
let 5,000 servicemen in free, has

the annual football classic failed to

be a sell-out.
With only some 69,000 paid ad admissions
missions admissions this tim", Clemson and

Colorado figure to "lose" about

$20,000 each, bowl officials said.

Last January. Oklahoma and

Mtryland each collected $225,000
for the Big Seven and Atlantic

Coast Conferences who have the

Orange Bowl tied up in a pact

through the 1958 game.

Despite winning the Atlantic

Coast title, Cler son's Tigers have

not been accepted as big-time. To

Miami fans, they are just big

"country boys." Only three on the

squad were raised near what

might be called a city.

The "country gentlemen" failed

to help matters by playing their

worst game of the season against

he Miami Hurr canes here, sufl

fering a 21-0 seback.

And it was that loss, only one of

the season, that rankles Coach

Frank Howard, who has found

himself the tart et of many jibes

since his arrival. Growling, "We'll

show 'em where Clemson is.

Howard put his Tigers through

two long scrimmages here, not a

usual practice in last minute prep

arations for a bowf game.

The Tiger coach was so dis

pleased with the result, he an announced
nounced announced a shakcup in his starting
lineup today. Moved up to the first'
unit were halfback Charlie Home

and fullback Bob Spooner, reolac

ing Jim Coleman and Rudy Haves.

"My country boys haven't look looked
ed looked good in practice all season, but
they usually seem to come around

in a ball game," Howard mused.
Neither team practiced vester

day and scheduled only light work workouts
outs workouts Monday as final preparation

for the game.

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SURE POP With Ken Ploen holding, Bob Prescott is ready
to kick points after touchdown and attempt field goals fol follow
low follow a against Oregon State in the Pasadena Rose Bowl, Jan. 1.

Beer Suds

eyes yielded an average of only
one touchdown a aame and shut

out four oDDonents. A feature of

the game is expected to be the

play of rival tackles John Wittle of
Oregon State and Al Karras of Io

wa.

A crowd of about 81,000 at New-

Orleans will see Tennessee (10-0)

and Baylor (8-2) in a rugged de

fensive test. The Volunteers also
feature brilliant tailback Johnny
Majors but Baylor's powerful line
has held opponents to a mere 6.6
points a game. Bobby Jones and
Doyle Traylor run the Bears' of offensewith
fensewith offensewith Travlor of doubtful
physical condition.

At Miami, the crowd is expected

to fall 5,000 to 8,0CJ short of capa

city reflecting fan protest of a

mach between raher unglamour-

ous teams. Colorado (7-2-1) attract

ed national respect this year most

ly as a result of a loss 27-19 to

Oklahoma while Clemson s record
wss 7-1-2 and the Tigers were

soundly walloped by Miami, Fla.

It could turn out to be a whale of
a game if only because both teams
are so eager to prove they really

belong in a bowl u. the first place.
lastern prestige will be at
stake at Dallas, lex., where Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse )7-1) turns the brilliant
Jimmy Brown, loon against T.
C.U., (7-3), a team which was
strong enough to employ hard hard-running
running hard-running Jim Swink as a decoy
this year. Syracuse is still smart smarting
ing smarting ever that 41-6 Orange Bowl
loss ta Alabama in 1953 and
wants to take it out ea the Horn Horn-Frogs.
Frogs. Horn-Frogs. In three lesser Bowls, George
Washington (7-1-1) opposes Texas

Western (9-1) in the Sun Bowl at

El Paso, Tex., West Texas (7-2)
meets Mississippi Southern (7-1-1)
in the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando,
Fla., and Texas Southern (8-1)

plays Prairie View A.&M. (4-5) in

the Fraine View Bowl at Houston
Tex.
The "long weekend'.' got under

way Saturday when Georgia Tech
defeated Pittsburgh, 21-14, in the

liator Howl, the North toDoed the

scum, 14-u, in ne Blue-Gray game

bourn, 14-0, in the Blue-Gray game

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George Brunet, Beerman portsid portsid-er
er portsid-er hurled the ninth shutout of the
seisbn when he turned in a bril

liant five-hiitter to white wash the

Carta Vieia Yankees 7 to 0. This

is the third shoutout to be register

ed by a Cerveza Balboa hurler,

the same Brunet shutting out Ches
torfiolrl in the first name of a doll

bleheader, played on Friday nigh?

Dec. 21, 9 to 0 and Ronnie isneetz
turning ithe trick against Carta Vie

ja, Wednesday night, Dec. 19.
The workout the Beermen stag staged
ed staged in Colon Saturday morning
produced quick results. Manager
Leon Kellman had his charges
taking batting practice in the Co Colon
lon Colon Stadium for nearly two hours
and yesterday, the team respond responded
ed responded with a 10-hit splurge at the
expense of three Carta Vieja
moundsmen.

field Tuesday night, and from all
apparances it will be Ronnie

Sheetz for the Beermen against

Humberto Robinson for -the Smok Smokers:
ers: Smokers: These two clubs have met, on
six previous occasions, the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers being victorious in five.

Brewmasier Brunei

In the big sixth when the Beer Beermen
men Beermen tallied four times to ice the
contest there were hits of all di dimensions.
mensions. dimensions. It started off with Al
Pinkston's king-sized home run, a

solid clout that went over the right

field wall, all the way into toe
street, Pepe Osorio's double Kcfl Kcfl-man's
man's Kcfl-man's single andGrenald's triple,
also singles by Charles and Glenn.

Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb
Shantz, c ;.!.;
Wilhelm, ss .
Phillips, If
Jacobs, 2b
Kropf, rf
Tuminelli, 3b
Kern, cf
Taylor, p
Nicolis, p .....
Mayling

Alonso, p .

Totals

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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John Glenn. Beermen centerfield

er is fast establishing himself as

the best, middle gardener of the

league. His home run m the Itftj

inning, his fourth oi tne season in
creased leadership in that depart

ment. He also had a busy day a

field, making five putouts, some

of them of the difficult type.

Hector Lopei and Brunet were
the only two Beermen who fail failed
ed failed to hit safely. Pepe Osorio,
with a homer and a double, a a-long
long a-long with Ktllman and Glenn
who also collected a brace of
Jits, were the batting atars of
he centos.

31 0 5 24 13

Mayline fouled out for Nicolis

in seventh.

Cerveza Balboa

Moore, ss

Charles, 3b

Glenn, cf 3

Lopez, 2b

Pinkston, rf
P. Osorio, lb
Kellman, c .

Grenald, if

Brunet, p 3

Blamed Yankee

Whup Suthners
Fo'teen Nuthin

Teams- Won Lost Pet. GB
Chesterfield 8 5 .615
Cerveza Balboa. 5 6 .454 2
Carta Vieja 5 7 .417 2
TOMORROW'S GAME At Panama
Chesterfield (Robinson 2-1) vs. Cerveza Balboa
(Arthur 0-1)
Game Time: 7:30 p.m.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 7, Carta Vieja 0.

Giants Wallop Bears
To Grab Grid Crown

NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (UP)

The New York Giants repaid a
10-year old debt with interest yes yesterday
terday yesterday by hammering, out a 47-7

upset triumph over the Chicago

Bears for their first National r oot oot-ball
ball oot-ball League championship in 18

years.

Capitalizing on every conceiv conceivable
able conceivable type of break on the frozen

Yankee Stadium turf, the Giants

gained a long-awaited revenge

for the physical beating the Bears

handed them while scoring a 24-14
victory in the 1946 title game. The

Bears seni; two Giants to the hos-j

pital in that game.
New York turned two futile Chir
cago gambles, a recovered fum fumble
ble fumble and an interception into a 34-7
half time lead and coasted to vic victory
tory victory before crowd of 56,836.
Nothing seemed to work for the
Bears. They reached their low
point in the third oeriod when

Harlon Hill, the league's deadliest

pass receiver, dropped Ed Brown's
short pas n the end tone on
what would have been a touch-

highest scoring team

the league this year and a

in

three-point favorite to win the title
for the sirth time, suffered the
worst defeat it ever has, absorbed
in a championship playoff. Be

cause of the frozen condition of

the field, resulting from 2Megree

temperature, tne wants wore

basketball sneakess today to im

prove their footing.
Savage Line Play

Totals

32 7 10 27 8

Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 000 000 000-0 5
C. Balboa 000 142 OOx 7 10

Yeserday's victory lifted the
Beermen into sicond place, two

games behind leading Chesterfield,

with Carta Vieja in the cellar, two
and one-half games behind the

leaders. Dyed-in-the -wool Beer Beermen
men Beermen supporters are still pulling for
their charges to cop the .bunting
and if yesterday's victory could
be considered the yard-stick for
improvement, leader Chesterfield
may have another guess coming.

Cerveza Balboa meets Chester-

SUMMARY RBI's: Glenn,
Pinkston, Kellman, Grenald,
Charles, P. osorio. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 7. Two-base hits:
Wilhelm, P. Osorio. Three-base
hit: Grenald. Home runs: Glenn,
Pinkston, P. Osorio. Doubleplays:
Phlllros. Bartarome: Lopez. P.

Osorio, Moore. Stolen base: Wil

helm. Hit batter: nicohs (Finn
ston). Struck out by Taylor 2

Alohso 1 ; Brunet 4. Base on balls
off Alonso 1; Brunet 3. Left on
base: Carta Vieja 7. Cerveza

Balboa 3. Pitchers' record: Tay Taylor
lor Taylor 5 runs, 7 hits in 4 2-3 innings;
Nicolis 2 runs. 3 hits in 1 1-3 in

nings. Winning pitcher: Brunet

(2-1). Losing pitcner: rayior iu iu-2).
2). iu-2). Umpires: Thornton, William Williamson
son Williamson and Moore. Time of game:
2:02.

MONTGOMERY. Ala., Dec. 31

(UP) Northern football players
celebrated a 14-0 win yesterday o o-ver
ver o-ver their Rebel foes in the annual
Blue-Gray football classic and the
man who coached them through
their sixth win in the 19 game
series retirw after 30 years in
the profession.
Missouri Coach Don Faurot,

North head mentor and inventor

of the famous split-T formation,
won his second game in three
starts as Yankee head coach in
oh- post-season classic which pits
the best of the North against the
top stars of the South.
Faurot stepped down as coach

a Missouri where be- will take
over as athletic director.

Neither team save the 20,000

partisan fans much to cheer about

in the first quarter but a big Ohio

Sate fullback, Don View, DroKe
the contest wide open in the sec second
ond second period, capping a 96 yard

drive with a two-yard plunge for

the TD.

Vicic rippei the South line for

15 yards on his initial spurt up
the middle and then crunched the
Rebel line with bull-dozing drives

of 10 and 12 yards.

Missouri quarterback Jimmy
Hunter, who was named the
game's outstanding back, handed
Vicic the ball and he crashed
through a gating hole in the Gray

line.

Jim Podoley, a star at little little-known
known little-known Central Michigan College,
put some spark in the desultory

contest with an 80-yard touchdown
romp less than four minutes after
Vicic had scored.
Mackie Prickett, South Carolina
quarterback and Jack Pardee, a
big fullback off this year's Texas

Aggies powerrouse, supplied what

little offense the South was able
to muster.

Savage line play, bom on of

fense and defense, was largely

responsible as the Giants humih

ated Coach Paddy Driscoll's West

ern Division champions.

Alex Webster scored two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns while M Triplett, Henry
koore, Kyle Rote and Frank Gil

ford got one for the Giants. Rick

Casares scored the only Chicago

touchdown on a nine-yard dash

through center in the second per
iod after tackle John Mellekas re

covered Ernlen Tunnel's fumble of

a punt on the New York 25.

A record gross gate of .$517,385
enabled each of the victoroius
New York players to win a record
share of $3,779.19. The Bears re

ceived record losers shares of

$2,485.16 er.ch. The previous re
spective winning and losing rec

ords of $3,508.21 and $2,316.26 were

sec last yea. by the Cleveland

Browns and the Los Angeles

Rams. The previous record gross
gate of $504,257 also was set in

the 1955 title same.

The Bears started 30 minutes

of futility that was to prove their

downfall when hey won the toss

for the opening kickoff and chose

to kick off although they led the
league this season in offense. Gene

Filipski carried the kickoff 53
vards to the Bear 39 and the

Giants scored from there on four
Plays.

Don Heinrich passed to Frank

Gifford for 22 y irds to the 17 and
Triplett smashid the rest of the
way on the next play. Ben Aga-

janian booted the first of five

extra points.

Casares fumbled on the second

play after the next kickoff and

Andy RobusteLU recovered for
New York on the Bear li. Tha
Giants couldn't gain but Agajan Agajan-ian
ian Agajan-ian booted a 17-yard field goal to
mcke it 10-0 oefore the came was

five minutes old.

Agajanian Kicks Again
After an exchange of punts. Jim

Pabton intercepted an Ed Brown
pass and raced 28 yards to the
Bear 37. The.Bear again held but
Agajanian, who made only five of
13 field goal tries during the rag-,
ular season, then booted one from
the Bear 43 to mak it 13-0 as the
first quarter ended.

The Bean than ,mHA uU

lost again. J. C. Caroline failed

to get the yards they, needd for
a first down when Tunnel! Hrn.

ped him for a loss on the Chicago
43 Charley Conerly replaced Hefe

;u at quariernacfc and guided
the Giants for a touchdowik In

seven plays.. The big gainer was
Cw.erly's 24-yard pass ta Webster

pui tne oaii on tne near four.
Webster then hit the line for two
yards to make it 20-0.

casares then got Chicago's only,
touchdown but the Giant, wop

just getting started. Filipski ran
ihe kickoff to the New York- 28

and two olavs later fWriw hit

Webster with a quick pass.in 4kV

flav and he went 50 to the Bear

. rripieti nil center for 20
yards to the two. Ht tot on

more yard and Webster hit over

rignt guard to make it 27-7.
A tricky kickoff by Don Chand Chandler
ler Chandler gave the Bears the ball on
their 10 but Brown was smothered
by Roosevelt Grier and Wait Yo Yo-warsky
warsky Yo-warsky on the Bear two. Ray
Beck blocker5 an attempted end
aone punt by Brown and Mbore
fell on it there to make the r

S4-7 at the hal'.

After that the Gians simply
rubbed sat in the Chicago wounds.
Conerly shot a nine-yard pass to
Rote in the third period and a

14-yarder to Gifford in the final

period for the last New York
touchdown.
The New York defensive unit
limited Chicago to less than 10
points for the first time in 1956.
The Giants hadn't won the title
since they, scored a 23-17 victory
over Green Bay in 1938.
Scare by Periods:
New York 13 21 6 7-47

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Track's Best Horses Go In New Year's Classic
Pappa Flynn Favorite
To Win $2000 Feature
Tomorrow's
Racing Card
RES

MONDAY. DECEMBER 31, 19S

Seven of the best imported thoroughbreds will
match strides in the $2000 added one mile New
Year's Day Classic at the President Remon race
track.
pu. ..k.kio m.itmli i.hir. U (nr finishing first with 70 victories

1MB U1UU1UW UIWIUV.B x...... 1 t
fh Stud La Enea's consistent rout-1 Alfredo has now won three of last

er Papoa Flynn which will be rid- four jockey contests

den by the competent Ruben Vas Vasquez.
quez. Vasquez. Melendez and the Mossadeq Mossadeq-Opulento
Opulento Mossadeq-Opulento entry are also expected
to be heavily backed in the mu-
4...1. .ful. Wall llhaiar and

Paquiro complete the list of sched-2 Merry Slipper $5.40

uiea starters. ..
SECOND RACE

Husllini Francisco Gatica will! 1 Merry Mason $12, 4.40.

The dividends:
FIRST RACE

-Curale $15.20, 6.20.

be aboard Melendez. Mossadeq will
have Fernando Alvarez in the sad
die while Julio Rodriguez will guide
entrymate Opulento. Bias Aguirre
will handle Town's Wail's reins,
Alfredo Vasquez will do the boot-
Mha-iar nrl Aieiandro Yca-

za gets the assignment on Paqui -J

ID.
The expert figure ht Alha Alha-ar,
ar, Alha-ar, Opulento and Town's Wall
will cot out fait early pact
witS Meltndti and Paquire close
up. Pappa Flynn and Mottadoq
should get into the thick of the
battle tome two or three furlongs
out with the former drawing out
in the homestretch because of
hit Wtef form.
Nine other interesting races are

Inchiaed on the card, one oi mem
is-a seven furlong aprint test in
which track championship candi candi-date
date candi-date Rosier returns to competition
after a prolonged Tayoff following
a leg iniury. Eric and Gonetino are
expected to stage a virtual match
raee in this event.
Yesterday the hlghlr rated Brit British
ish British colt Chiroke galloped to ridi ridiculously
culously ridiculously easy victory in the featur featured
ed featured $650 seven furlong Third Series
sprint. Chiroke raced under the
wire some eight lengths ahead of
Trirreme, Elko, Begonia, Kadir
and Tony while chalking up the
fast time of 1: 4-5-only four four-fifths
fifths four-fifths of a second off Paquiros
track record.
Favorites predominated again
except in three races. Curale
($15.20)" aud Merry Mason ($12)
($5.20 and. Merry Maaon ($12)
got the program off with a bang
as several lucky ticket holders col collected
lected collected $4120 per winning double
combination.
The other upsetter was Camber Camber-well
well Camber-well ($34.80) which combined with
another outsider, second place fin finisher
isher finisher Topocalma, for a $261 one one-two
two one-two payoff in the eighth race,
Aieiandro Yca and Guiiler Guiiler-me
me Guiiler-me Sanchti each won twice to
share saddle honors. Ycaxa't two
wins enabled him to edge Idle Idle-Ruben
Ruben Idle-Ruben Vasquez for $100 second
place money in hhe tecond sem semester
ester semester jockey contest SI to 57.
Alredo Vasquez, no kin to Ru Ruben,
ben, Ruben, picked up another $325 check

2 Rarana $3.20.

First Double: $418.60
THIRD RACE
1 Solito $5.60, 2.20.
2 Tnela $2.20.
One-Two: $13.20
FOURTH RACE

1 Liboria $4-40, 2.80.
2 Golden Pick $3.
Quiniela: $8.60
FIFTH RACE
1 Jachalin $4,. 2.60.
2 Dr. BUI $3.80.
' SIXTH RACE
1 Don Goyo $4.20, 2.20.
2 Ocean Star $2.40.
SEVENTH RACE

1 Vedette $6.20, 3.60.
2 Socorrito $3.
Second Double: $11.40
EIGHTH RACE
1 Camberwell 34.80, 9At
2 Topocalma $10.20.
One-Two: $261
NINTH RACE
1 Chiroke $2.40, 2.20.
2 Trirreme $2.20.
Quiniela: $3.20.

1 Certamen
2 Chito
3 Gurar6
4 Avlspa
4 Fllon
6 Tap Lady

j r

5th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fga.

Purse $600 Pool Closes 2:55

1 Ornamental St. F. Oa. 110

2 Hablando F. Alvarez 108

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO
1 Oro purlto Greco
2 Soft Note Bright Blade II
3 Dona Perica Golden Patrick

4 Certamen

5 Abrami
6 Starwlck
'7 Volcanic o
8 Patan
9 Pappa Flynn
10 Eric

Guarare

Panicus
Picudo (e)
Cartillero
Kiroga
Paqoiro
Gonetino

TIPS BY "78"

1 Amin Dial
2 Soft Note
3 Dona Perica
4 Avhpa
5 Abrami
6 Srarwick
7 Votcaniee
8 Kiroga
9 Pappa Flynn
10 Eric

Greco
right Blade II
Full Moon
Guarare
Ornamental Star
Fifito
Garramuna
Patan
Meler.de.
Rotier

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1st Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse 8400 Pool Closes 12:45

1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Amin Did! J. Phillips 115

F. Sanchez 102x
B. Baeza ,110
A. Ycaza 115
F. Gatica 103
A. Vasquez 118

2 Reflector

3 Greco
4 Fieltro
5 Incaica
6 Oro Purito

2nd Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OP THE DOUBLE
1 Bright Blade R. L. Gil 108
2 Dun F. Hidalgo 113
3 Amat B. Aguirre 110
4 Remiroh J. Phillips 105
5 Single Slipper A. Vas. 115
6 Matruh F. Sanchez lOOx
7 Soft Note G. Sanchez 112

rd Race "Non Winners" Natives
4 Furlongs

Purse $250 Pool Closes 1:45

ONE TWO
1 La Fula 8. Carvajal 105
2 Dona Perica A. Gonza. 112
3 Golden Patrick E. Dario 100
4 Angelita B. Baeza 104
5 Full Moon C. Ruiz 112

6 (Transaction G. Vas. J.03

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8?5-E"PAZLET,wa. th Oregon State will ask, "Who's got the ball?" in the
3ffS 'If sharply you'll see that Bill Happef right has the leaC
on a hand-off from Ken Ploen. Fred Harnsleft, and Don Dobrino turn in a good faking job.

THREE WAT TIE FOR FIRST

PLACE IN FT. CLAYTON MIX-

I D BOWLING LEAGUE
As the league approaches the
fourth week there are three
teams tied for first place. The
Honey Bears, Connectors, and
the BMB Wildcats. The Honey
Bears have the highest pin fall
followed by the Connectors and
the BMB Wildcats are less than
200 pins behind.
Second place is held by the
Dud's who have a 6 won 6 loss
record. The River Rats and Al Alley
ley Alley Cats are tied for third place.
The Red Cats and Matadors are
holding down fourth place.
At this time the standings are
as follows:

Team 2 River aRts
S. Campbell ... 9 1080 120
S. Serees 6 789 121
M. A. Wieczorek 6 439 73
Q Campbell ... 9 1311 145
L. Wisczorek ... 1237 137

Team 3 BMB Wildcats

B. Moore 8 874 109
M. Moore 9 1080 130
E. Blevins 9 1217 135
.J. Baugh 9 1150 127
V. Vaugh 9 1258 139
Team 4 Alley Cats

4th Race "G" Natives 6 Fgs.

Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:20

QUINIELA

B. Aguirre 108

A. Vasquez 114
J. Phillips 111
G. Sanchez 115
A. Vergara 107
A. Gonzales 113

3 Andes
4 Resuelto
5 Hincapie
6 Panicus
7 Abrami

B. Baeza 110

J. Jimenez HOx
A. Vergara 115
A. Ycaza 110
R. Vasquez 120

6th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 3:35

1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Fifito B. Baeza 110
2 Love's Girdle J. Rodrl. 110
3 Nogalino F. Hdalgo 112
4 Fenlx A. Vasquez 115
5 Moon Beam G Vasquez 112x
8 starwlck BAguirre 118
7 Lucho 8. Carvajal 108
8 (Welma Jimmey G. Al. 110
9 (Picudo R. Vasquez 115

7th Race 4th Sfrie, Imp. 7 Fa.
Purse 600 i 'f oOl Closes 4:05

2ND RACE OF THE 1 DOUBLE
1 Dona Beatriz G. Vas. 107x

2 Mezereum S. Carvajal 102

3 Garramufto
4 Tlburon
5 Bonifacio
6 Lucky Test
7 Volcanico
8 Cachafaz
9 Cartillero

V. Ortega 110

106
V. Castillo 115
E. Dario 106
A. Ycaza 115
110
J. Phillips 113

8th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $600 Pool Closes 4:40

QUINIELA

1 Plateado

2 Embrujada
3 Patan
4 Persiflage
5 Kiroea

6 (Empire Honey
7 (Albatross F.

F. Sanchez 105x

B. Baeza 108
F. Alvare2 112
G. Vasquez 102x
A. Vasquez 126

J. RO. 115
Gatica 105

9th Race Imp. 1 Mile
NEW YEAR'S CLASSIC

Parse $2000 Pool Closes 5:15

ONE TWO
1 Melonde F. Gatica 116
2 Town's Wall B. Aguirre 116
3 Alha jar A. Vasquez 116
4 Paqulro A. Ycaza 116
5 Pappa Flynn R. Vas. 116
6 (Opulento J. Rodrl 116
7 (Mossadeq F. Alvarez 118

18th Race 1st and 2nd

Imported 7 Fgs.

Series

Purse $1000

1 Eric
2 Gonetino
3 Rosier
4 Blakemere

Pool Closes 5:40

G Sanchez 115
F. Alvarez 113
C. Iglesias 108
G. Vasquez 102x

Field & Stream

THI RIGHT APPROACH
TO DOGS
By JOE STETSON
Doo Editor
THOSE trying too hard to make
friends with children invariably
find ihem hiding behind their moth
ers' skirts and so it is with dogs.
The affable individual who be believes
lieves believes that his bubbling enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm should be returned in kind
will find only the boldest tnd most
uninhibited of dogs ready to ac accept
cept accept his forwardness.
The more sensitive animal will
retire from the scene to consider
further the explosive sounds of
snapped fingers and slapped
thighs, 1
I am reluctant to hurt the feel feelings
ings feelings of folks who are friendly and
wish to express their affection for
dogs. Their intentions are good good-Bat
Bat good-Bat so misdirected.
If they would only do a turn turnabout
about turnabout and put themselves in the
plice of the dogs.
How uncertain they would feel
were they suddenly exposed to a
strange, explosive voice. Would
they quickly duck out from under

,a suddenly descending paw, or
stand to be patted by the creature

towering above them?
The mystery is how so many
dogs emerge from the ordeal of
first contacts with strangers to be become
come become friendly and unafraid.
Most people like dogs, and all
of these would like to be liked by
them.
Attracting dogs as with children,
is best accomplished by playing a
passive part and letting them
come to you. Snapping of fingers
and other sharp sounds and quick
movements should be avoided.
Don't rush a dog. Give him time
to come to you and then don't
push your luck too far.
Old-timers offer the back of their
ope., hand brought up from be below
low below rather than down from above,
because the hand is obviously not
an offensive weapon to strike or
grasp when offered in this man manner.
ner. manner. The approach is made slowly,
and the dog given time to sniff
and identify the individual.

An important consideration when
entering a dog's home is the wish wishes
es wishes of the owner as to how the doe

which, after all, belongs to him

is to be treated.
If the dog should be uncertain

or sensitive, the over-exuberant ap

proach would hardly add to the

dog's feeling of security and add

to its adjustment.
If the dog should be bold and
boisterous, allowing it to jump a-

bout or plant its forefeet on one's

ANY football professional will
tell you off the record that
they do go out to get certain men men-like
like men-like the Giants caught up with the
Eagles' Bucko Kilroy after two
years for crippling one of their
quarterbacks, .
Atah Ameche's due for a six
months stretch in the Army after
proving to the Baltimore Colts
this year that he could block as
well as run ..

On the a.t.. owner Carroll Ros-

nhlnnm nf Raltimorp has been

working on an insurance pension

plan tor ms grwaers ... wnicn
prnlains his svmoathv to the

players' union movement.. .Rosen .Rosen-bloom
bloom .Rosen-bloom would buy the baseball Ori Orioles
oles Orioles if he could acquire a con controlling
trolling controlling interest ...
A prominent goli pro was fired
from his plush club job ... and
can't latch on to another since the
reason's got around. . that he ro romanced
manced romanced the wrong gal the club
president's wife ...
Sugar Ray Robinson has a yen
for the big payoff early in his
career.. .as bossman George Gain Gain-ford
ford Gain-ford of his retinue was telling it:
"Not long after he turn pro, man
come to me with offer to fight Frit Frit-zie
zie Frit-zie Zivic ... I don't want to fight
that man then. He too tough .
Man say $10,000 ... Sugar, I don t
know he's in next room, hear
him and come jumping through
the door .... 'Get him, he say, 1 11
fight John L. Sullivan for $10,000.
The Redskins' Joe Scudero has
same idea as Frank Gifford
wants to take serious fling at Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood acting career ...
A friend lined up television ap appearances
pearances appearances for Gifford and Quar Quarterback
terback Quarterback Charley Conerly of the
';.-i. The, nnvnff was SI. 000

for one, $250 for the other ....Un ....Un-1
1 ....Un-1 in niffarrf Cnnorlv was siat-

ed for the grand showing .. He

volunteered me price m riw,
suggested (and was turned down)
1.1 th- craw rinwn the miO-

mey oput
die .. which is one reason you
can't talk down Conerly ...
George Shaw, one of the bright
quarterbacks in football, may need
an operation on the knee damaged
by the Chicago Bears in early sea-

Team W
Honey Bears 8
Connectors 8
BMB Wildcats. . 8
Duds 6
River Rats 5
Alley Cats 5
Red Cats 4
Matadors 4

tpf
5912
5876
5674
5554
5012
4883
50S7
4337

Pb

Charpentier ... 9 1113
Moreno 9 1075
Brown 9 1194
Jackson 6 815
Williams 6 654

123
119
132
135
109

Team 5 Connectors

G. Crump 9 1274 141
M. McCoy 9 1169 129
J. Uucr 9 1013 112
G. Lauer 9 988 109

Skclstaitis 3 492 164

Results Dec. 19
Red Cats 0, Honey Bears 4
River Rats 4, Matadors 0
Connectors 3, Alley Cats 1
BMB Wildcats 1, Duds 3

Team 6 Matadors

Frank Gifford

son ... The first football injury he
ever suffered
The aftermath: Coach Chuck
Taylor of Stanford has been going
around California savinu mnia.

passer John Brodie won't make it
as a pro because he' not hungry
enough ... Brolie's been saying he

can 1 understand wny Stanford had
such a disastrous campaign be because
cause because the Indians had great ma material
terial material ... Was all serene? ...
It's not generally known that
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson has already kayoed at least
a couple of his top 10 would-be
challengers ... in training camp
sessions ...

Top Five Average (Men)
Skeistaitis 3164

Llndenbero 9156 K. Calbat

R. Calbat 9 156 T. Donelson

H. Hill 3-153
V. Burnette 9150

R. Ford 9 1328
Dot Ford 9 903
V. Burnette ... 9 1356
H. F. Hill 3 '"O
E. Hill 3 283

Top Five Average (Women)

M. McCoy 9129

Team 7 Duds

9 1104
9 1212

D. Bass 9 1310
R. Calbat 9 1404
I. Bass 6 520

147
100
150
J S3
94

122
134
145
151
87

Team 8 Honey Bears

B. Thomas 6 128 E. Foster 9

!88

881

J. Baugh 9 127 iB. Pate 9

K. Calbat 9122 M. Foster 9 1314

M. Moore 9 i?fl J. Pate 9 1321
S. Campbell 9120 Lindenberg .... 9 1410

109
98
146
146
156

High Game (Men)
Burnette
High Series (Men)
Burnette .,X
R'gh Game (Women)
S. Camobell
High Series (Women)
Moreno
500 Club
None

203
554
177
440

chest is hardly the training to a-
dapt it to the reception of small
children, elderly female guests or
people who have an inherenfe fear

of dogs.

Among erstwhile football play players
ers players raking it in: Riley Smith, the
old 'Bama quarterback, with tre tremendous
mendous tremendous holdings down south. ...
Marshall Goldberg, Sid Luckman
and Solly Sherman, all Chicago
business entrepeneurs ... Bobby
Grayson, a beverage tycoon in the
Pacific northwest ... Don Hutson,
well set in Green Bay ... and the
Packer's Tobin Rote could afford
to retire any moment ...
Note from Lenny Mqore of Penn
State and the Colts to Roosevelt
Grier of Penn State and the Giants:
"Man, they really love this cat In
Baltimore." ...
Between you'n'me, we know pro professional
fessional professional football is booming, but
don't most of the clubs on the
NFL pad their attendance figures?

Red Cats
Team 1 g tpf au he
C. Griner .,..-3 394 M ;33
M, Griner ..... 3 294 98 54
B. Thomas ..... 6 770 128 35
J. Thomas .... 9 1090 121 39

J. Bryant 9 884 109 47 1

Today Encanto .35 20
Double in Cinemascope I
Ava Gardner in
"BHOWANI JUNCTION"
Kirk Douglas In ;
"LUST FOR LIFE"

Twfey IDEAL .20 JJ

Guy Madison in
"CHARGE, OF FEATHER
RIVER"
Jack.'Webb in
"DRAGNET"

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For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
the "COPACABANA"
and "SAVOY."

The "PRESIDENT REMON" RACE TRACK

ed a vera Juddu and frodperou5 Iflew Uear to ail

110 s

NEW YEAR S CLASSIC

TOMORROW

DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd sod 9th RACES

CHILDREN ARE NOT
ALLOWED AT THE
RACE TRACK

1 MILE

PURSE $2,000 POOL CLOSES 5:15

QUINIELAS
4th and 8th Races

2. TOWNS WALL

4. PAQUIRO (6)

7. (MOSSADEQ (5)

(1) F. Gatica 116
(2) B. Aguirre 116
(4) A. Vasquez 116
(6) A. Ycaza 116
(7) R. Vasquez 116
(3) J. Rodriguez 11(
(5) F.Alvarez jjfii I riii. i 1 16

ENTRANCE
Clubhouse ......$1.00
Reserved Seats . 0.50
General Admission 0.25

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More Trouble Looms For '5 7

MONTGOMERY. Ala., Dec. 31
(UP)-A holiday calm soothed the
South's segregation troubles yes yesterday
terday yesterday but officials feared that the
New Year might nring on new vio violence.
lence. violence. All was quiet in Dixie's trouble
snots today. wifh most buses run
ning abbreviated schedule, and of officials
ficials officials said that the calm would
probably remain over the holiday
weekend until weanesaay.
Nieht-time bus service here was
susnended for the holidays after
snipers fired on three buses and
wounded a young Negro woman.
Police in Birmingham, Ala., re
ported that a bus was fired on
there last night, but they believe
the sniper was a youth witn a
air gun. No one was injured.
Officers said he bus, carrying
only three Negroes, was In south southwest
west southwest Birmingham shortly after
midnight when a pellet hit a back
window, about three feet from a
Negro passenger, Charles Carpen-
er.
Carpenter sale, he didn't hear
ahv explosion and the bus driver,
PonaidlFalkner, said he saw two
ys run away from in iront
rby store alter tne snot
hit the window.
f Friday night, snipers took two
shots at a Montgomery bus and
one Negro woman, Mrs. Rosa
Joidan, 22, eight n, o n t h s preg pregnant,
nant, pregnant, was struck in both legs by
a bullet that pierced the side of
he bus.
Police said the s h o o t i n g and
three others all occured in Negro
sections of (town after dark.
Give Up Drive
For the most part, Negroes in
Birmingham gave up their drive
for mixed seating to await the
outcome of a federal court test
of Birmingham'. Jim Crow bus
laws.
However, one Negro minister
The Rev. Theodore Nelson, was
arrested for a second time for rid riding
ing riding in the white section of Bir
mingham buses yesterday.
Earlier In the week, 23 Negroes,
including Nelson, were arrested
and Negro leaders called off their
mass move for mixed seating. The
Price Is Hiked
On Home Items
WARSAW, Dec. 31 (UP) The
government today announced
price increases for building ma
terials, furniture and paper.
The Increases range as high as
40 per cent for furniture. No rea
sons were given.
However, the Polish economy
has suffered a series of shocks.
The government yesterday re
ported that the Hungarian revolt
and the Suez crisis have cut off
vital oil imports from the Middle
East and Romania, and that there
would be shortages as a result.

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MARYLEE (Dorothy Malone) "Once upon time there
was a poor little rich boy"
KYLE (Robert Stack) "Kyle Hadley by name."
MARYLEE "Who pickled his tiny brain with gin and
bourbon 'till he got so stinking blind he couldn't see what
was going on right under his big, red nose!"
. KYLE "But his charming, righteous little sister did."
MARYLEE "Yes, she saw the end of a marriage and
the beginning nf a love affair."
KYLE "You're a filthy Mar!"
MARYLEE "I'm filthy period!"
Dialogue and scene from Universal-International's
Technicolor production "WRITTEN ON THE WIND," star starring
ring starring Rock Hudson, Lauren Bacall, Robert Stack and Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Malone, which OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: Duty paid '49 Ca Cadillac
dillac Cadillac Convertible, '53 Harley
Davidson motorcycle, Hi-Fi rec record
ord record player. Phone Balboa 2706
from 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
Convertible, $300. Call 2-2593
or saa at 2259-A, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Jaap with excellent
motor, double transmission. Call
Panama 3-1781. Ask for Man Man-mi.
mi. Man-mi. Soofhes Dixie;
Negro leaders said they had suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in setting up a test of the
city's segregation laws and would
wait for a federal court to throw
out the segregation ordinances.
Negro leaders in Tallahassee,
Fla. were riding in white sections
of buses without incident, but
most of the city's Negro popula population
tion population were waiting along with eJty
officials for the outcome of sev several
eral several cour tests of local segrega segregation
tion segregation laws.
In Jackson, Miss., where Ne Negroes
groes Negroes make up 50 per cent of the
population, Negro leader Arnng
ton High said he will file a suit
in federal court to desegregate
buses and waiting rooms unless
the city does it voluntarily.
Social Security Pay
Begins for Gl Today
(Other Hikes, Also)
WASHINGTON, Dec.-31 (UPV-
Social Security taxes are going up
tomorrow ior more man 55 mil million
lion million jobholders and about five mil
lion employers.
At th same time, the armed
forces will begin deducting So Social
cial Social Security taxes for the first
time from the pay of 2.8 million
servicemen.
Congress earlier this year In
separate actions:
Raised payroll taxes, effective
Jan. 1, to finance the new disabili
ty insurance benefit which it add
ed to the Social Security program
About nine out of 10 of the coun country's
try's country's 65.3 million jobs are covered
by Social Security and will be hit
by the tax boost,
Brought servicemen permanently
into the Social Security program
as part of a program of provid providing
ing providing broader military survivor and
retirement benefits,
Starting tomorrow, the govern government
ment government will begin collecting from
workers 2ii per cent of the first
$4,200 of annual earnings, or a
maxim of $94.50 a year.
The present rate is two per cent,
or a maximum of $84. Employers,
who must watch contributions of
their employes, will also have to
pay the higher rate. So will mili military
tary military personnel.
An estimated 7 million self-employed
persons covered by the pro program
gram program will pay e? per cent, or a
maximum of $126.
We'll Buy That
LONDON, Dec. 31 (UP) Sun Sunday
day Sunday Express film critic Logan
Gourlay today announced his "saf "safest"
est" "safest" predictions for 1957:
"Ava Gardner will marry. Noel
Coard will not."

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
rOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Five double alumi aluminum
num aluminum blinds mads to fit Typa 333
house. Phone Balboa 2-3790.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Dal Dalmatians,
matians, Dalmatians, available immediately.
Males $30. females $20. Call
Gambea 355
LESSONS
ATTENTION! Intermediate
course in Ballroom Dancing for
Junior High School students
starting Jan. 9th. DORESI
WAITES SCHOOL OF DANC DANCING,
ING, DANCING, Columbua Club, Balboa.
Phono 2-2363.
E, German Students
Who Aided Hungary
Rebs Fee To West
BERLIN. Dec. 31 (UP) All 15
boys in the senior class of a Com
munist East German high school
have fled to the West to escape
reprisals tor supporting the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian rebellion, it was learned
today. .
The touchy Stalinists in the East
German regime were cracking
down hard. Sources said they vir virtually
tually virtually sealed the border with Po Poland
land Poland to prevent independent here heresy
sy heresy from seeping in.
The 15 youths who fled all were
17 or 18 years old. They said thev
and the five girls In their class
at the school in Storkow, 35 mile
from Berlin, were expelled before
Christmas because they held two
silent demonstrations in svmnathv
...UU 4V. II .
wnu uie ujigarian treeaom figh-
ers.
ine 15 boys arrived in wt
Berlin between Christma Dav
and Friday ioinine snm issnnn
others who fled
to the West in
1956.
The number
than in 1955.
was 12,000 more
The students' flight reflected the
growing struggle in East Ger
many oetween the old line Sa Sa-linists
linists Sa-linists and the younger generation
encduraged by tie events in Po
land and aroused by the gallant
rebel stand in Hungary.
East German Cnmmnnw
Walter Ulbricht warned today that
students and imtellM-t.tini. k.j
?evolt',infeCted" b'" the Hunarin
Ulbricht warnpH tw
, UCUUUQS
for democracy could lead to
counter-revolution as it diri in
Hungary.
There is no third way," he
said in a denunciation of attempts
to steer a middle course between
western democracy and Soviet
communism. vec
Uruguay, Italy
Half Poet's Prize
TAORMINA, Sicily, Dec. 31
(Ufl Urusuavan.hnm V- l
TCtal?mlcianl(ules Supervise and
"" v,amino :Darbaro shared
the 2,000,000 lire (3,200-dollar) Ta
lars?n?ghtnternati0nal Petry pHze
Superyielle, born in Montevi Montevideo
deo Montevideo but long a resident of
France, won his sha f
ward for his collection of poem
"L'esealier' published In lrSs!
Supervielle, seriously ill in p..
rlt, was represented by publish publisher
er publisher Gellimard.
Attending the cerfmnnv wan
French girl poetess Minou 'DrmiM
invited by Sicilian tourist authori
ties m order to fulfill her old de desire
sire desire to see the Mt. Etna volcano,
to which she devoted one of her
first poems.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Cristobal Division
Panama AgencitK Company. Libelant,
against S. S. Albacora, her engines,
tackle,, boilers, etc., Respondent. In Ad Admiralty
miralty Admiralty No. 2099 Libel In Rem.
Whereas, on the 26th day of Decem December,
ber, December, 1956, Panama Agencies Company
filed a Libel in Rem in the nktrirt
fcourt of the United States for the Cris
tobal District of the Canal Zone, against
the Steam Ship Albacora, her engines,
tackle, boilers, etc., in a cause of Con Contract,
tract, Contract, Civil and Maritime:
And whereas, by virtue of process In
due form of law to me directed, return returnable
able returnable on the 19th day of January, 1957,
I have seized and taken the said S. S.
Albacora and have her In my custody:
Notice is hereby given, that a District
Court will be held in the United States
Court Room, In the town of Crist6bal.
Canal one. on the 15th day of January.
1957, for the trial of said premises, and
the owner, or owners, and all persons
who may have or claim any interest,
are hereby cited to show cause, If any
Uiey have, wny a iinai aeccee snouia
not pass as praved.
Jasepn i. nincaia
United States Marshal.
Crisldbal, Canal Zone
December 26, 1956.

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Vincenlian Mission
Band To Visit Here
Rer. T. V. HILL, CM
The Vlnfeentian Father's Mis
sion Band from Philadelphia,
Pa., will arrive on the isthmus
this week. Members of the Mis Mission
sion Mission Band are the Rev. Thomas
V. Hill, director, who will be as assisted
sisted assisted by the Fathers Francis JS.
Keyes, Joseph M. Keefe, and
Vincent J. Ryan.
The missloners will conduct a
mission in each of the churches
under the care of the Vlncentian
Fathers on the Canal Zone and
in the cities of Panama and Co Colon
lon Colon from Jan. 6 to Feb. 16.
The object of tho mission Is
to offer extraordinary opportu
nities for hearing the Word of
Goa ana for worthily receiving
the Sacrements.
The mission is scheduled to be
given at St. Mary's Church. Bal
boa, for the women of the par-
isn Beginning aunaay evening
promptly at 7 o'clock and will
continue each evening through
Saturday of that week. The date
of the men and children's mis mission
sion mission will be announced later.
Baptists Will Hold
Watchnighl Service
The First Baptist Church of Bal
boa Heights is holding its annual
watchnigt service by providing an
enjoyable evening of fellowship
and inspiration tonight from 9p.m.
to 12 midnight. Dr. John Woods
will be in charge of a skit review
ing the church life of 1956: remin
iscing and humor will be. at a high
pint during this period of the eve
ning.
A special showing of the latest
Moody Institute of Setence film
"Time and Eternity" wUl feature
lapse time photography of the Pa
nama Canalt aken by Ed Udey of
California, while he was a guest of
the church about two years ago.
At the close of the showing the
church will provide refreshments
for everydne."
The testimony and praise hour
will lead into a special program
of music provided by the church
singers and designed for radio
broadcasting over station HOXO
at 11. A devotional message will
be included at the end of the pro program
gram program and introduce the prayer
meeting which will go through the
New Year hour.
Bob ,-iydcr is in charge of the
arrangements for the evening;
Paul Westlund for thw showing of
the film; and Dr. Woods for the co coordination
ordination coordination of the radio broadcast.
Everyone is cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Another Killed
NICOSIA, Dec. 31 (UP) Un Unknown
known Unknown gunmen today shot dead a
member of the British security
forces in a suburb of this capital
city of Cyprus today. (

Ike to Face Tough, Anti-Ike Congress;

Will Need All Influence to

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (UP)-
House Democratic Whip Carl Al-
oert (i)-Okia) setived notice today
that President Eisenhower must
provide "better leadership" if he
wants to get his legislative pro
gram through by the new Con Congress.
gress. Congress.
He said 'he ouaBty of Mr. Ei
senhower's leadership could de
termine the fate of at least two
top issues to be considered by the
85th Congress which convenes
Thursday. He cited these as for
eign aid and federal aid for school
building.
Albert said he.hadlin mind the
oracttce of .th". tafe President
Roosevelt 'Who' used Iftdio fireside
chats to get the people behind his
programs. Mr. Roosevelt, he said,
'"didn't iust get a few congres
sional leaders down to the White
House and then go off to a golf
fame.
Albert spoke out in an interview
as Mr. Elsenhower wound up a
weekend of golf at Augusta, Ga.
and returned to Washington for
conferences today and tomorrow
with congressional leaders of both
parties.!
The President meets tomorrow
with GOP leaders for a preview
of the legislation he will ask Con Congress
gress Congress to enact next year. Key
Democrats, including Albert, will
join them at the White House
Tuesday for a foreign policy brief briefing.
ing. briefing. crtn, in tu snitoi n-1
QCUfllC OU1VCU All Uiv; twHbaa iwi
tV.A nA, .ateinf. .irij1 irtinpH
U1C OCOOlUUi C-VSH jvi'svu
Albert in serving notice that Mr.
Eisenhower may have to use ail
the influence he has to get key
parts of his program through the
Democratic-controlled Congress.
Two critics of the administra
tion's "hard money" policy, Sen.
Hubert H. .Humphrey (D-Minn)
and Rep. Wright Patman (D-Tex),
announced they will sponsor legis
lation to hold the present 4Vi' per
cent ceiling on Glhome loan in interest
terest interest rates.
This would clash with the ad administration's
ministration's administration's recent action in
boosting FHA interest rates from
4V4 to 5 per cent, Mr. Eisenhower
is expected to ask Congress for
a similar increase in the rates on
veteran loans.
On another top issue, Humphrey
proposed that like-minded Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and Democrats in Congress
form a "liberal coalition" as a
counterweight to' the "con "conservative
servative "conservative bloc' which he said has
functioned for years.
He cited a meeting tomorrow of
Republican and Democratic sena
tors whn intend tn nress for adon
tion of a tighter anti-filibuster rule
the first day of Congress. He said
joint strategy could be planned on
other Issues.
Other Developments
There were these other pre pre-session
session pre-session developments on key prob problems
lems problems facing the lawmakers:
Tax write-offs Chairman Harry
F. Byrd (D-Va) of the Senate Fi
nance Committee called for tight
ening up "fast tax write-offs" for
plants "allegedly essential to the
national defense." He said special
benefits should go only to plants
''directly connected" with the de defense
fense defense effort.
Farm The administration plans
to ask Congress for at least four
new farm laws. But it will try to
fight off any tinkering with the
flexible price support system.
Heading the lis. Is a new corn
price support program, extension
of the agricultural trade develop development
ment development act, amendment oft he same
act to let the government barter
farm surpluses to Iron Curtain
countries for strategic goods, and
amendment of wheat control leg legislation
islation legislation to lift marketing quota
controls from farmers who use
their entire crop on their own
farms;
Aid to schools Marion B. Fol Fol-soms
soms Fol-soms secretary of health, educa
tion and welfare, said m a year year-end
end year-end report that a record 62,600
new classrooms were built in 1956,
but he added that the shortage
"is still grave,"

U.S. BUSINESS Ifi 1957?,
TWILL BE GOOD ITS SAIR

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The government predicted today
that the business boom will con continue
tinue continue into 1957 with a "good pro pro-ducion
ducion pro-ducion and sales rate" at least
for the first sir months of the
New Year.
The Commerce Deparmtnt's
ministration added, however, that
"This prospect will depend upon
the availability of production ma ma-trials,
trials, ma-trials, particularly certain forms
and shapes of steel for which de demand
mand demand exceeds production capa capacity."
city." capacity." It said 'the tight supply outlook
applies particularly to big steel
users such as shipbuilders, ma
cninery makers and freight car
builders.
The report said Homebuilding is
expected to slip further in 195T
to about one nillion units, off
about 100,000 from 1956. A "fcaper "fcaper-ing
ing "fcaper-ing off" also is anticipated in new
orders for machine tool makers
The 1957 textile industry outlook
also appears gloomy except for
two bright spots" woolens and
worsietj.
D.if tk
DUl C0
report said new car

Spain Holding Papers Proving
Reds Keeping Fortune In Gold

MADRID, Dec. 31 (UP) Snan-
ish officials were confident todav
that documents now in possession
of the government would enable
Spain to recover nearly a billion
dollars worth of gold from Russia
and give the national economy a
much needed boost.
The Spanish Foreign Office an4
nounced last night that the govern
ment ns,d recovered the receipt for
the gold which wartime Socialist
Premier Juan Negrin sent to Mos
cow for safekeeping in February
1937. Y
The gold in Moscow was valued
at $722,080,000 in 1950, according
to the official Spanish organ Arri
ba today. It added "the relative
value today is much greater.
Spanish gold was sent to Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, France, Britain and Mexico
during th 1934-39 civil war by
n i i tl.
x'no HcpuDiicon jonrnmcm. im
greater part, tleast 585 tens,
went to Moscow.
Britain and France returned the
gold deposited in their vaults. But
Mexico and Russia have not yet
done so, despite constant pressure
from the Spanish government.
American legion Ha
Dance, Show Tonih?
Members and guest o the Amer.
lean Legion Club at Fort mador
will welcome the new year tonight
to the music of a combo led by
crooner Danny Bishop.
The dance will get underway at
9 o'clock tonight, the only interrup interruption
tion interruption nrior to the exit of Old Man
1956 being a show headlined by the
Sparky and Pluggy dance team
and emceed by Dave Constable.
The voung Panamanian pop vo
iiot noonnmho will fsn hp

a feature of the show, which will 145 p.m. in the sanctuary. A cordial
include Constable's interpretation invitation is extended to all who
of "The Night After Christmas." A Wish to attend.

Swing Bills

sales are expected to total some
6.5 million units, an increase of
nearly 700,000 ove- this year.
The department anticipated a
"modest increase" in farm ma machinery
chinery machinery output and a 15 per cent
rfS'e in" oil iield machinery and
equipment sales. It said the air air-craft
craft air-craft industry is hWMIfirintO 1957
with a 19 billion dollar backlog
of orders. This is a third bigger
than a year ago and the, greatest
pile up of future business since
the World War II peak.
Overall construction is expect expected
ed expected to top this year's record 46,5
billion dollar level by about five
per cent despite the skid in home
building. Contributing to the rise

will be bigger outlays for new and I

EA.puucu yuunc uwitues, industri industrial
al industrial plants and a rise in construc construction
tion construction by federal, sta(te and local
governments.
Further slight increases are ex expected
pected expected the first six months of 1957
in shipbuilding especially tank tankersto
ersto tankersto further expand the peace peace-time
time peace-time record backlog. However,
th report cautioned that ship shipbuilding
building shipbuilding and inland waterways
barge making Vis hampered by
lagging steel deliveries."

The newspaper Arriba said toda'y I
that lack oi the missing funds had I
handicapped Spain's post war re- I
covery. I
"National reconstruction wag I
substantially slowed and many dif- I
ficulties arose out of this lack of I
gold which is it had been transfer- I
red into hard currency and used I
to guarantee our money would I
have avoided many difficulties and I
aided the development and stabili- I
zation of the Spanish economy.
"Now thanks to this recovery of I
formal documents proving our I
rights (documentos acreditativos I
de nuestro derecho), actions to re- I
cover what Is ours can go forward I
without legal difficulties.
This can no longer be denied us 1
without shamelessly violating the I

mosi elementary principles of In- I
ternational law."
Spain i sbadly in need of the I
gold at the present moment to 1
help stave o ffon economic cri. 1
sis. Spanish reserves have been
shrinking below the safety mar margin
gin margin due to an increasing gap in
its- import-export balances.
Reserves in gold and hard for- J
eign currencies are reliably re 1
ported to be below 250,0000,000 dol- I
tars' at present. I

Nazarenes To Hold
Watchnight Service
Rev. Bill Ellis from the Church
of God will be the guest speaker
in a Watchnight sefvice conduct conducted
ed conducted tonight at 9:45 p.m. in the
Church of the Nazarene, at Ancon.
During the hour, there will be a
time of praise and worship, with
congreg: tional hymns and testimo
nies, after which the guest speak speaker
er speaker will bring the message.
Beginning at 10:45 p.m. there
will be an hour of fellowship in
the social room. The activities, of
the evening will close with a pray-
er meeting which will begin at IT:



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New Parachute
Method Enables
Man to Survive
90,000-Ft Fall

EL CENTRO, Calif. Wfr
Air Force parachute test jumpers
r'r!Z ... trvino nut a new

near nei ...
Chute which may enable fher to
escape aircraft at 90,000 teei,
t"lcc the present record lUtade
The four jumpers are testing a
,ix-foot-wide parachute which
slows the "Oman's descent until
he can safely open his regular 30 30-foot
foot 30-foot chute at 10,000 feet
The Imperial County tests marK
the first time jumpers have used
an auxiliary parachute to itt itt-bliiie
bliiie itt-bliiie their drop through high,

thin air.

i 4 it flirr must. PSCaDC

t high alUtude, the first part of
his descent is a bullct-fast plum plum-me
me plum-me through hin air. During his
"free fall" he body spins and
tpirals violently enough to cause
blackout or death.
a tiur .nnnr. nncn his standard

n iirei v i
ehule at high altitudes because, at

the speed he lans in ye
the jolt of the chute opening might
rik. .,, n inin the man.

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The tests nere nave uc -8tabltiing
parachute The minia miniature
ture miniature chute is intended to slow the
fall enough to eliminate violent
Equipped with the multl stage
psrachuet, the Air Force test
jumpers have bailed out from as
high as 20,000 feet al a site nor h h-west
west h-west of the Naval Auxiliary Air
Station here. They will tiietch
their jumps to 30,000 feet and in
January will move to Holloman
Air Force Base, N.M., to continue
tk.:. ;Mnc frnm n hfllloon alT-

craft. The New Mexico leaps will

be from 58,000 tr.en vb.ow anq n n-nally
nally n-nally from 90,000 feet-17 miles
above the earth.
Among the jumpers is Capt.
itsnk Niclspn. 31. Danish-born,

Who shares the world record for

Life Copies Art,

Year-Old Present
Will go lo Mom

HOLT, Mich. (UP) Life s
imitating art here, and as a result
strange tulips will be blooming in
a 'ucky girl's garden.
Tact iri piuht-vear-old Mar-

gucrite Shaft saw a movie short

called A Gift i?rom uira. am

,UilH in imitatf Ihp VOUnC hrTO,

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who gave his mother a firebird
tnlin a a hirthrlav fiift.

Marguerite wrote to the bulb
growers in Holbnd explaining:.
"In school my 0001 said f'nat

you grow tulips. Loura i "y one

from you please? How mucn no
the firebird cost I would like it
for my momma's birthday."
As rho uttr rparheri Holland.

the Dutch wer getting ready to
chin snmo 3rM.0O0.000 tulio bulbs

to the United States. So a package
of the firebird bulbs to1 the Mich Michigan
igan Michigan schoolgirl was included at no

charge.
Next spring Marguerite will
have a present for her mother
that had to be picked out a full

year in advance.

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SIDE GLANCES

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Bees Declining
In New York?
ALBANY, N.Y. (UP) -New
York state's bee population seems
to be on the decline.
New York's crop reporting serv service
ice service reports that the 9.000 colo-
ni nf hrns in ctata aniaripc ae

oi last Juiy i, were iour per cent
less than a vpar affn It. was thi

second successive year that the

aecnne was notea.
Experts blamed the decrease on
a long winter which was exces excessively
sively excessively cold in soire sections, and a
late, wet spring. Under these con conditions,
ditions, conditions, the experts said, colonies
did not build up as rapidly a
normal.

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not sensible to think marrying nowbut when
we're together w 4 how sensibi -"'

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of a B-47 at 45,200 feet at Elgin
Air Force Base. Fla.

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Tomorrow

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1956

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In Eightieth Year, Pope Pius XII
Is One of World's Most Busy Men

VATICAN CITY, Dec. 31 (UP)
Pope Pius XII serenely ended a
year which marked his 80th birth birthday
day birthday with undaunted spirit char characterized
acterized characterized by his Christmas mes message
sage message which was considered here
as one of the most outspoken ones
delivered in recent years.
During the past year, the Pon Pontiff
tiff Pontiff received in mass, private and
special audiences an estimated 1, 1,-000,000
000,000 1,-000,000 persons, including nine lead
ing statesmen and four presidents
who visited Rome on state visits.
They were: Joteelino Kubis-

ehtJc of iraiil. Dr. Sukarne ef
Indonesia, William V. S. Tub.
man of Liboria and Costa RUa'o
Jota Figuarai. during the past
12 months the Pope also received
in the apostolic palace of the Va Vatican
tican Vatican and at Villa Cybo at his
summer residence at Castelgin Castelgin-dolfo
dolfo Castelgin-dolfo former U.S. President Har
ry $. Truman, U.N. Secretary
Dag Hammarikjold, Wort Ger German
man German Chancellor Konrad Adenau Adenauer
er Adenauer and many other notables.

The Pooe delivered over' 200

soeeches. messages and broad-

Elvis to Opera, Jayne to Farm,
Is Sex Replacing Night Ball?

HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 31 (UP)

Irrepressible Jerry Lewis wiggled

his ears wisely, looKeo. cross-eyeu
into this crystal ball presdicted to today
day today that In 1957 Jayne Mansfield
will atar in a re-make of "Rebec "Rebecca
ca "Rebecca of Synnybrook Farm."
The comedian gleefully prattled
elf this prank item in his annual
roundup of new year's predictions.
Lewis also foresaw these mis mis-happening
happening mis-happening in the coming year:
I predict that henceforth the
Israeli army will be known as the
Bagel Lancers.

Howard Hughes will .augment

Bb income by growing rico in the

shallQW, ttd ofhjaiwimminproi.
Seven-up Music
Tilt WCTU will launch a cam campaign
paign campaign to have Lawrence Welk
change hit theme to "seven up
music."
Elvis Presley will become a
soloist with the Philharmonic Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra and appear in Hollywood
Bowl.
Gary Cooper will continue to
have his "yups' and downs.
"The Sleeping Prince" will turn
ou t to be Rip Van Winkle.
Roeky Marciano will open a
lady's lingere shop.

Sonny Tofts will do "Hamlet" on

Broadwav.

Sammy Davis will be named the

new editor of confidential.
Mary Martin will be given

pilot's license for her 10,000 hours

in the air as "Peter Pan."
Harry on the Kays
Harry Truman will record "Kit

ten on the Keys" with the

proceeds going to the Republican

National Committee.

Jane Russell will become the

star "end" for the Los Angeles

Rams.

Esther Williams will be exposed
for having used water wings in

her last 10 pictures.

Sons and daughters of the Texas
republic will present Estes Ke-

fauver with a handsomely emboa

sed 11 by 14 aerial view of the

Alamo.

Darryl Zanucfcx wiH star as the
"Man on the Flying Trapeze" on

arv.

Debbie Reynolds and Eddie
Fisher will take over the "Ma and

fa Kettle series.

Anita Eckberg will write a book
entitled, "Is Sex Replacing Night
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casts which are now being collect

ed in a volume which will be pre presented
sented presented to him on March 1. 1957.

when he celebrates his 18th year

of pontificate.
The past year was the third

which concluded without the hold

ing of a consistory to fill, the vac
ancies in the aacred college.

There now are 10 vacancies in
the Sacred College of Cardinals
those 60 members comprise 21 I-

talian and 39 non-ltauan princes
of the church.
During 1957 the supreme head
of the Roman Catholic church cel celebrates
ebrates celebrates the 40th anniversary of his
episcopal consecration which took
place on May 14, 1917, when he wis
named apostolic nuncio to Munich,
Bavaria, by Pope Benedict XV.
The speeches of the Pope dur during
ing during the past year were delivered
in French, Italian, Spanish, Oar Oar-man,
man, Oar-man, English, Latin and Portu Portuguese.
guese. Portuguese. Thirteen -new ambassadors and

five new minister plenipotentiaries

accredited to the holy see present

ed credentials to the Pope during

1957. They included Argentina am

bassador Manuel Rio and Leo
Thomas McCauley, ambassador of

Ireland.

There are presently 47 nations

accredited to the Vatican with a
total of 37 ambassador, 17 minis ministers
ters ministers while the remainder are held
by charge d'affaires.
Pope1 Pius named five cardinals

as his legates on various occasions

during the past year. They in

cluded Francis Cardinal Spellman,

archbishop o." New York, who was

named papal legate at tne nation national
al national Eucharistic Congress held in

the Philippine Islands on August

15th.
The Pope issued five encyclical
letters during the past VI months
of which two were dedicated to the
Hungarian revolt and one to peace
in general. These last three were

written within the space of nine

days

FORT SAID, Egypt. Dec. 31

(UP) The United Nations salv

age fleet took up positions along

tne auez canal today to clear it
at "full speed." Ships are expect expected
ed expected to begin moving through it by
early March.

Mohammed Younis, ge n e r a 1
manager of the Egyptian Suez Car

nal Authority, gave the .Egyptian
government's go ahead yesterday

tor lull operations along the canal.
U.S. Lt. Gen. Raymond A. Whee

ler, in charge of the U.N. slavage

operation, ordered his ships into

operation. Preliminary work was

begun Saturday when a Dutch div
er began the initial survey work

The United Nations announced
that ships up to 10,000 tons will be
able to get through the canal by
March. These would include small

tankers, medium sized cargo lin
ers and tramp steamers.

By next May, according: to the

U.N. estimate, the canal will be
open to all shipping that normally
uses it.

Cambodia Leader
Resigns, Returns
PNOMPENH, Dec. 31 (UP)

The King of Cambodia accepted
the resignation of Prime Minister
San Yun today, and then imme immediately
diately immediately asked him to form a new
government.
The national assembly voted a

In the same period he also ad-tmotion of censure against two of

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QUESTIONED IN WOMAN'S DEATH Bradley Hammond, 58-year-old
retired detective, covers his face as he leaves a New
York police station after being questioned in the death of
. Mrs. Vera King Krame? (right), 52 former showgirl and di divorced
vorced divorced wife of hotel tycoon Milton J. Kramer. Hammond re reported
ported reported Mrs. Kramer's death to police and stated that he and
Mrs. Kramer had been drinking in her apartment and that
she fell.

dressed two apostolic letters, one
on the Polish situation and another
to the people of Europe suffering
persecution inn Red-domin a t e d

countries behind the Iron Curtain

Moscow Blasts

Criticizes1 Papa

LONDON, Dec. 31 (UP)- Ra

dio Moscow said last night events
in Hungary were "complicated"
by the Catholic church and parti

cularly Josef cardinal Muumemy,

who "intervened secular af

fairs" and aided with "industrial

ists."
The broadcast scathingly attack

ed Pope Pius Twelfth's Christmas

message and claimed ine i-aino-lic
church sanctioned with her authority-
the reprisals against Com Communists
munists Communists in Hungary and Other ex ex-cpssps."
cpssps." ex-cpssps." The radio Moscow com

mentary was beamed to Italy m tne

Italian language.
It declared the Catholic church

was inspired ry me pnncjuic

blessed be the rich."
"It should be noted that ev-

nt in Hunearv were complicated

by the fact that the uatnouc cnurcn

and paritcularly Cardinal Minos Minos-7Pnv
7Pnv Minos-7Pnv enerseticallv intervened in

cppnlar iff airs, siding With car

tain classes, such as the Cardi

nal's friend. Count Eszterhazy ana

the industrialists," Moscow K

din laid.

Cardinal Mmdszenty, noman

Catholic Primate of Hungary, ia

nrpspntlv livini at the U.S. Lega

finn in Budaoest. Released from

years of internment, Mindszenty

sought refuge in me i.egauon -lowing
the second massive Russian

attack on Budapest-

Catholi

ICS,

Messag

Horde Of Tourists
Roaming Out 1956

Some 450 tourists are roaming

tne Old Year out on tne isthmus

today.

They came in early this morn

ing aboard the cruise ship Nas Nassau.
sau. Nassau. Many of them crossed the
Isthmus.

All are summed to be aboard

in time for an 8 p.m. sailing
from Cristobal.

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BING CROSBY
GRACE KELLY
FRANK SINATRA
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"HIGH
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ca-tUiring
CELESTE HOLM JOHN LUND
LOUIS CALHERM SIDNEY BLACKMER
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"The church called for the re restoration
storation restoration of the old regime and the
restitution of its own privileges
and of those of the rich. The re representatives
presentatives representatives of these classes guid guided
ed guided the movement and appealed
for armed insurrection," the
broadcast said.
"It seems to us that such a mes message
sage message from the Pone was oarticu-

lary untimely at a moment when

events in Hungary and aggression
against Egypt embittered interna international
tional international relations and brought the
world to the brink of war.
"There were not a few reproach reproaches
es reproaches when the U.S.S.R. intervened
to stop the manhunt in the streets
of Budapest', Prayers were organia
ed in every church in Italy, but
did any exponent of the church
pray for hte innocent victims of
the British gangs or of the French
guns?"

Ancon Will Put
Letter In Boxes
During Changeover
Mall-drop at Ancon post
Office will be plugged tonight.
Windows will bang down for the
last time.
(When the; building next opens
lt won't be a post office).
Boxholders who have not giv given
en given forwarding addresses would
continue to inspect their boxes
for a few days, however.
This does not mean, a Balboa
Heights source said today, that
there has been any change in
the plan to close the post office.
But a few days time will be
needed for postal clerks to check
over the boxes becoming avail available
able available at other post offices to per personnel
sonnel personnel who are authorized to
rent them.
Rather than cause delay dur during
ing during this period or create over over-congestion
congestion over-congestion at general windows,
Ancon clerks will continue to
put mail in the old boxes for a
few days.
All postal patrons are remind reminded
ed reminded that they will get much bet better
ter better mall service if they, immedi immediately
ately immediately inform their correspon correspondents
dents correspondents of their new malllne- ad

dresses, either in the Zone or
Panama.

Maeazin subscriptions in par

ticular should be changed
promptly.

Otherwise there is sure to be

a delay in forwarding this class

of mail.

his ministers 10 days ago.

The two ministers involved, Sam
Ath, minister finance and Koch
San, minister of commerce, have
resigned. But Yun apparently felt
it was necessary that he had in
his resignation as well.

The King accepted his resigna resignation
tion resignation with regret, then asked Yun
to form a new government. Yun is
expected to get assembly support
for his new team.

First, Invent;
Then, Peddle

LISBON, Dec. 30 (UP) A na nationwide
tionwide nationwide search is on for three over-ingenious
confidence men who
created a job for themselves sell selling
ing selling advertisement space and col collecting
lecting collecting subscriptions for numerous
publicationa of their invention.
With false letterheads, forged
signatures and bogus rubber

siamps, me luguive trio ran a
irosperious business for a time
on a system that hoaxed a con

siderable number of victims. Some
of their associates are already un under
der under arrest.

Red Chinese Visit
Burma, Why Unsaid
LONDON, Dec. 31 (UP) A
military goodwill mission left Pei Pei-ping
ping Pei-ping today for a visit to Burma,
the new China news agency re reported.
ported. reported. No further details were given.
Chinese Communist Pre m i e r
Chou En-Lai recently visited Bur

ma and had talka with Burmese

premier, u ua Swe.
The Chinese premier said dur-

ing his visit to Pakistan that he
would make no military alliances
with other eastern nations as none
was necessary.

MALIBU, Calif., Dec. 31 (UP)
Moisture put a damper on fires

"''s's mjs Angeles.

me weatner burear reported
;sea breezes, bringing high humid humid-"y,
"y, humid-"y, and cool temperatures, were
rising up the mountains and can.
&bJackenefl y th More than

w.uwacre wave of fire.

nee main fires of south.
f Cornl's four-day, 60 mfl-
Vd0"r Mocaust, the Zuma,
Malibu Beach and Lake Sherwood
blazes, were reported 95 per cent

vvuuuucu. Anomer 1,000-acre
brush fir t Pin, f,.v

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was reported contained.
Los Angeles County fire inspec inspectors
tors inspectors and sheriff's arson detail of of-fleers
fleers of-fleers continued investigations in-

iw me mam coastal blazes i
three other flresj

Ventura County fire officials in-

uiaieu mat me two northern

"latcs were arnnonin Thn r;

fire was believed tn hav tmti

in an apricot pitting shed in Piru

wuiiyun rive mi es nnrth nf

oil-producing center.

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firemen was trapped in Sycamore

Hiiyun, sue oi me actors 1100,000
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ties. casualties. "If this doesn't make a Chris Christian
tian Christian out of you, nothing will," Re-

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