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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02426

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T: On December 59,' which by coincidence is his birth birth-'"(fayrthe
'"(fayrthe birth-'"(fayrthe Canal Zone Police Department official gets his
promotion to next to top m&n on the force--District Police
Commander '' in Balboa. k
"'V" Ori thit date, two other 2p"ne officers get jumped in
vgrade.";They 'are It. Stewart Pr'-Trail who is being upped
lo captain." and the post of Assistant District Police Cony.
rtiandeand, Detective Sergeant Harvey C. Rhyne, who is
slated ior a promotion to lieutenant and the title of Senior

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c5m mi n A naroen. tnc
? CiinaL Zone' Police Chief:
' t"These 'a,Hhrfe xeally Ita
, The combined police work ol
Ithe trlO equal more than hall a
Tcentury of service with the f owe.
New District Commander WaU
TSSanWeven-tempered sntlimR la la-f
f la-f dividual who constantlv.seeks to
Wove- himself. Not content
vJ:-,- mm About many
he knows "it all." ;
; When he t&jW&&
wiitmg ana nnRi'-".
made sure he did such thor thor-4h
4h thor-4h thnt. h soon became
.'SEW the experts in tt. MW-
, He. been an u w ; ;
, ponce science .'., r"v.""T.
, : While he vas still a detective
'. I-.v s th A'Tit,le side -m
the Crtoual oiin.tr helL,id
- h"J.,: i irp.hftnt seaman
howardistrib7togcounterfea
'bills in Colon while hi snip w
siitv ta the possibla counterfeit
rzlvs nHn nhn received ft
trail ii uiii m -..u
Eita that she had turned up such
4. hill' ' '
I7Th rminterfeltet, BamTiappa-
i,ort confessed to Wall, and as a
nit miii nf 20 each were
picked up in tM mans
Referred to later-as the Big
Counterfeit Case, it
I r!t.-I,,rti develoDed x a a i
kTppwort was part of
i,v eh had successiuuv
lover $1,000,000,000 in Chicago oe-
li "i. Mnn the coun-
i Down ncx c w m nr
JSrfeiter who was put away; lor
alter dcihb t-
Snprisonment, .He later hahW
Himself in his cell,, but .not be be-tore
tore be-tore the secret serviceman was
.tbie to get gc.ci
."frio tor people
also seems j p i o
ia a matter or three days W w
able to; v Dreas: xne i."""rftiri
Sforder case in Cristobal. This
involved the fatal beating
5? it- tniMnn caretaker of the
tMCA by two young soldier; i
Because he haS many friends
3 n many walks oi me
Kutatf a witness g one out of
the dirt,! as they say in police
parlance, whwe miormauonu
mnt. f the murderers.
'wv n(i some luck he says ol
, -the-ease toaaj, duv ,T;,
' Ration in his file from then-Oov-mortr.
K. Newcomer,, speaks
differently.
A said the Governor: rThe case
.;'was sv perplexing one and it is
' tery eertain that in the process
if solving it- there were many
doubtful moments. 8uccess such
' as yoti have achieved, come;
from the dilligent work of a good
. arood team.
: t And talking of teamwork, It
' was wall wno nrsi tnsui-uica
pt.nr nf invltine po-
-icemen, from Panama to Join 'n

, the Zone ops unnsimaa jwu

' The s all-time high la good re re-vtions
vtions re-vtions maintained by law en enforcers
forcers enforcers from both sides of pe
' border 1 evidenced by the fuU
tcooperation recently given oy
-the Zone rn examining the al al-'Uffed
'Uffed al-'Uffed murder weapon bullels

ponders Messiah'
Will Be Performed
itTuesday Evening j
T .A program for Ihe production
. of Handel's "Messiah," which will
,. b held at SrOO pm. Dee. 10, in
. tte patio of the Balboa. High School
.'bit been an.vranced by the College
. &mmunfty 'Chorus.
'i- The prod;trtioii widei the di di-rection
rection di-rection of Neil V. Branstetter. nd
.Earl Keenly will act as' organisl
r4oloi'sts will be Mrs.' Dorothy Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, Alto; Lt CoL Franklin B
.Simmons. Jr., tenor; Robert
5rhultz, bass: and Mrs. Sylvia S.
'Keitiman, soprano.

your convenience:

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Detectivii Capt. Caddit Wall
Rslhnii District. ,'
presented in the Remon assassi
nation trial.
Public-relations minded'. Cant.
Wall is a firm believer in letting
the people know as much as pos-
sibie of police worK on xne Z9ne
"for, community interest.'
1 A native of Noble, Louisiana,
Wall has served in almost all
the lobs entailed in. nOHce. worK
and has run- the gamut from ser sergeant
geant sergeant to captain in the Cristobal
district. In 195& ne was trans transferred
ferred transferred : to Balboa to succeed. De
tective Captj Maeon Turner who
retired.';!. 'i.-..,.
Wall's amttteur interest m
nhotoerarjhv developed through
serious study into one, of the
drivine' interests Of-his Of e. Be
sides instructing other "police
men in -the essential? -or ponce
photography he has set up a
streamlined. r' r' rn photo lab
in Lalboa uhli ii has caused vis
itixiEt police ol flcials from the
States to comment that it is one
of the finest police Jabs they
have ever seen,
Pursuing his conviction that a
color pnotograpn is worm a mil million
lion million "black nd white pictures'.
Wall Jha impressed "hourt and
police of ficialff with hisseries of
color slides presented last Sep-
temper to prove now efiective
this new toot can be in crime de
tection.
The difficult task of color pro
cessing in the tropics has also
been conquered by the persistent
police officer who has taught his
staff the principles of color de
veloplng In order
to avoid the
delay of sending film to the
States.
Extremely popular with the
men on the force the voung
looking District Commander feels
he a never too busy to listen' to
"their side of the story" in any
argument that mav arise. From
comments made by the .force,
this is a virtue greatly appreci appreciated
ated appreciated by the boys, i, t
Married half his 40 years to an
Atlanta gal. Byrle, Wall has an
1A-vr-n1l ? trtn . W,im m nnit
studying commerce and law at
usm and one ooy..nme-year-oid
Randy at home. , v
- The second in line to win a
promotion come Dec. 29. is Lt.
Trail who has chalked up more
than Zl years of service with the
Police Division.
A native of Lexington. Missou
ri. Trail joined the force In 1935,
and has been a police lieutenant
at Balboa since 1951. ?
Before he went out of hand
writing analysis recently,- the
new Assistant District police
Commander had hung up an im impressive
pressive impressive record of never having
lost handwriting case in court
of the hundreds he has pres-:
ented.'vv!-: -;i...r'vH..,''-t. ; i
Trail has been in charge of
investigating a variety f mur murder
der murder cases on the :t Pacifie side.
Once on a Navy tanker tied up
at the west Bans, he worked in incessantly
cessantly incessantly on a case involving the
murder of one of the crewmen
on board, finally tracking down
the murderer as a 18-year-old
cabin boy. ww-.- t...v-
He still recalls vlvidiv another
case which ha become known as
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i-:i4Let the people

THREE'-'WAt.lIANjOSnAKEW'TliJstrio has, good, reason ,to smile-, they nav Just been JiotilK
ed of promotions, ew District Police Comma nder in-Balboa is DetetIve'Capt. Gaddls Wall Wall-(eenter)
(eenter) Wall-(eenter) flanked by hisujw asisstant, Lt Stewart P. Trail (left)., who will become -captain,
and -Detective Sgt, Harvey G, Rhyne (right) who gets his promotion to lieutenant and the Job
of senior detective-in-Balboa.-AU three promotions, which; become effective Dec. 29, were an announced
nounced announced yesterday by Police Chief B,A. Darden. (Photo: Hindi Diamond)
VFWs Cooties Asb Both New Gifts,
!Paks;Alon Chprrera Patients

Thi llitarv Order- of "-th
Cootie,-Veteran of Foreign Wars
of the .U.S., made a recent com combined
bined combined Cootie visitation to t, the
Panama government's .Nicolas
do eoiano tuoercuiar nasyw w
Chorrera.
Th. Ablect of the visit was to
bring: small gifts and entertain
ment v ton the patients,, ana to
learn what will e most appre-
tion Santa Claus" at Christmas.
: The director of the hospital
informed -the Cooties that the
following-Items are greatly
needed:. .Tooth brushes f and
paste soap, shaving articles, lip lipstick
stick lipstick and face powder (for- mo morale
rale morale purposes) powders tface
and body for children f and
grown-ups), Kleenex, KOtefc, etc.
In addition the following' old
or used, items are also urgent
ly needed f magazines ana poors
k(Spanish)5, electric wire, sockets
and colored bulbs, newspapers,
paper bags, lumber and torn
rubber Inner tubes (for making
sandals), bottles and Jars of all
sizes that have a screw-type cov-'
er attached, glasses, dishes, cups,
battered silverware, metal pitch
ers, children's toys, children's
chairs and roc King enairs as
well as high chairs, clothing tor
persons or au ages, pamisana
brushes, ragged sheets, pillows,
towels. emptv Jars fronf peanut
butter or Jams, nails, screws- and
clothes pins (snap-type).
-. Residents ol tne r acuta Sine
of the Canal Zone may have,
their donations picked mp. at
their residences by telephon

know the truth and.the

PANAMA. R. P., FRIDAY,
jauMSK4fK4MOw
ing: the following numbers be between
tween between -9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.;
Army 84-8170, Balboa 2-2911
or Balboa 2-3540.
' v Callers should give name, ad-
Zone Red Cross
Needs Clothing.
Shoes For Men ;
1 i- '''"..?":'.
: There Is a great heed for
clothiner of all kinds. vpttte-espe
cially men's clothing for the
Volunteer Services of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the. American
Red Cross, it was announced.
Most essential is the lack of
men's shoes. -v.-
The Red Cross, is a general
plea to the public for clothing
which is no loneer needed at
home, stresses that there is ab
solutely no stocK or oia ciotnes
for the needy on hand.' :
Anyone who has any clothing
they wish to donate to tne cnap cnap-ter,
ter, cnap-ter, may "either drop It-off at
the Chapter Headquarters next
to the Civil Affairs Building on
Gaillard Highway, or telephone
Balboa. 3362 and the clothing
will be picked up. :, k
The Red Cross also requests
that all magazines both in Eng English,
lish, English, or in amy foreign language
be saved for distribution by the
chapter.' These may be left at
any of the several depositories
about, the Zone or the Chapter
will be glad toend for them If
advised by telephone.
Based on
1 tt

- ill

country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

DECEMBER J957
dress and telephone number (if
available) to arranee Pickups
In addition, persons may leave
their contributions at the fol
lowing fire stations where con containers
tainers containers have been provided for
that purpose: Ft. Kobbe, Rod
man, Cocoli, and Balboa, when
firemen' have generously grant granted
ed granted permission and cooperation
in this worthy cause.
Cub Pack 13 and Boy Scout
Troop 13 of Cocoli will start
making pickups at residences on
the "West Bank" starting at 9:00
a.m. tomorrow.
Although the main pickup will
i be made on that date (to al allow
low allow time for mending, painting
and sewing) the drive for Op Operation
eration Operation Santa Claus wilt con continue
tinue continue through Saturday,' Dee.
21, when the caravan of trucks
and cars will leave for the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Since these needy patients re require
quire require help all year. It has been
suggested that people 'continue
to save the things ordinarily
thrown out. Pickups will contin continue
ue continue to be made if the telephone
numbers mentioned herein are
called, or contributions may al always
ways always be dropped off at the Post
Home located in the suburbs of
Cocoli. '
The Chairman of. Operation
Santa Claus has asked. that ev everyone
eryone everyone make a "Spring Clean.
ing"..to make more room avail available
able available for themselves and avoid
dust and mold accumulating on
unneeded items, which are of
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the Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute

Ruben O. Miro an

of the Jan. 2, 1955 assassination of President Jose A. Remon.

The jury of five men

retirement of four hours 25 minutes.

The defendants were

read the jury's verdict.
Remon's sister Julieta cried "Bandits!" at

tears.

Relatives of the defendants also burst into

Only relatives, reporters
as the verdict was read.

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The jury stood in the glaring lights of newsreel cameras in a dramatic pose as
ds Gracia read their verdict. .' .-"i
Crowds poured into the streets in the area near the court. Relatives of the de

fendants were applauded.
The trial had lasted 47
so Castro' had been in jail
fsentencrvof 35
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'1 4rt oidditiohtolielt-assurcd-waiVina flnorneyrsAr'fwerBusijiessmaf

Rocfolfo'St.Molo x-cadets;Joee EdgardotTejada, Luis

Gonzalez and chauffeur-mechanic Alfonso Fedtrico Hyams, and Mrs. Castro.

iPeittMi .t. -ir.tr.ohar .the last of
the three prosecution ana eigni
rtpfne lawvera in the case, took
less than an hour this morning
to conclude his final address to
the Jury. ;
Escobar asxea acquniai ior ms
clients, auto mechanic Alfonso F.
Hyams and Mrs. .Teresa Castro
and urged the Jury .to bring back
an "impartial veraici in
case of all the deienaanis -so
that there will be no guilt on
your consciences,"
The courtroom was cleared of
all spectators except newsmen,
photograohers, radio announcers
and relatives of the defendant
immediately alter tne jury ue
gan deliberating.
vrirn nrii the other male de
fendants were taken back to the
Carcel Moaeio. Mrs. uasi.ru, uui,
one of the deienaanis on.w,
No violence was reporiea
n-ght, as helmeted members of
t,. vatu.nni ouaid turned out
In full force to taxe an
in fh area surrounding uc
.Anrf KiillHInff.
a rnmmnniaue issued last
night bv the Public Relations Of Of-fi.o
fi.o Of-fi.o warned that the National
Guard would take drastic action
against all groups attempting to
create disturbances In regard w
the trial. ..
Quiet action by the National
Guard Tuesaay ana wcuiimunj
nights averted possible wiae wiae-spread
spread wiae-spread disorders when groups
favoring conviction of Miro and
the other deienaanis armpu
homcoive. with: rocks, oiacx-
Jacks and iron bars and threat
ened groups oi pru-x"u u
strators with violence.
' Four persons were injurea
Wednesday night by flying rocks
and one newsman was saved
from an attack the National
Guard and one photographer
who took flash pictures of the
attackers was pelted with stones
and rotten e?s.
Escobar, who toox up amiusi
all of yesterday's session with .his
final address, conienaea u
leant four nersons flrea guns
from four different directions on
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all his co-ile fendantg were

and two women returned their verdict after :

not present as Judge

cameramen and a big squad of police was in the court

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days. The defendants with

almost three. years. They" could have received maximum

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the' night of tne assassinationof
President pjose A. Remon at tne
Juan Francq racetracic.1
He Quoted the autopsy reports
on the four victims of the assas assassination
sination assassination to substantiate' his con
tention that one' of them was
shot both from in ront and from
behind, while others were hit by
shots coming from different di
rections.
Using a mural-sized color
drawing of the racetrack's club club-Louse
Louse club-Louse with the presidential box
in the foreground. Escobar ouot
ed testimony bv eyewitnesses to
show possible places from wmcn
the asasllants mav have fired:
one from midwav along a hedge
row adjoining ,the presidential
box: one from alone- a cvclone
fence at the other end of the
hedgerow; one from inside the
c.'ubhouse. and one from the en
trance of the clubhouse.
Don'! Slep In Front
Of Cars You'll Be
Fined II You Live
Despite frequent announce
ments on the subject, many mo
torists in the Canal Zone do not
understand how they are to act
when they come to a red trai-
fic signal light.
The patient Canal Zone Police
have announced again tnat mo
torists may turn right on a red
signal light. If it is a flashing
light, such as they used at the
intersection of Diablo Road and
Walker Avenue on the Pacific
side, motorists must come to a
full stoo before turning right.
Motorisxs'v may turn ngm
without stopping at Intersections
with a steady red signal ngnt.
hut they are required to proceed
with caution and to yield the
right of way to ears proceeding
on a green ugnt signal on me
intersecting street.
In announcing again the traf traffic
fic traffic rules about turning right on
a red-light, the Police Division
also issued a warning about lay-
walking. Pedestrians should use
the marked crosswalks at all
street Intersections where they
are located, and should cross aU
streets at right angles to traffic,
at intersections. -"
J
While motorists are required
to yield the right of way to pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians in crosswalks and at
street Intersections, pedestrians
have the responsibility for not
stepping into a street In the
face of oncoming cars. Aside
from the menace to their own
safety., pedestrians are subject
to fines when they step -directly
from a sidewalk Into a street.
including 1 marked crosswalks,
when traffic is approaching at
aa unsafe distance. j

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found not guilty toJay A
Angel Vitelio de Gracia
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the jury and burst into
tears, but of joy.
the exception of Mrs. Tere
Carlo! Hernandez, Camilo
Escobar charred nnllrn ati.'
thorities and V Remon's body bodyguards
guards bodyguards with responsibility for tpe
President's assassination, -because
the existence of a plot to
kill him was known months be-
fore the killing.
He contended that the a&sas
sination was a daring and well well-conceived
conceived well-conceived plot, which took into
consideration that Remon's bod--yguards
would not be exercising
any vigilance and that the Na National
tional National Guard's radio patrol per personnel
sonnel personnel would be changing shifts
at police headquarters at the
time set for the assassination.
Escobar argued that it was im impossible
possible impossible for Miro ahdronvicted
ex-President Jose Ramld Giriza Giriza-do
do Giriza-do to have "nonchalantly" plan planned
ned planned the assassination, as 4he
prosecution contends, during a
ten-minute interview allegedly
held at the Foreign Office In De-
cember, 1954.
He asked the iury to consider
Mrs. Castro's position as a for foreigner
eigner foreigner in the ligjit of the "k act
that sne had previously $een
made to understand bv Miroihat
there was a plot to overthrow
Remon with the help ol the'Na the'Na-tional
tional the'Na-tional Guard. f,vt
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The Jurors are: Teresa Lopez,
Imelda Sagel, Efrain Campos Te Te-lada.
lada. Te-lada. Efrain P. Ramos. Adan
Garcia and Alberto Maggiori
Defendants are: Miro, Rodolfo
de St. Malo, Jose E. Tejada.rtuls
C. Hernandez. Camilo GonzaleJL
Hyams and Mrs. CastrO. :
All but Mr. Castro haVe been
iharged with homicide- However,
the prosecution asked for convic conviction
tion conviction Of Miro as th ml. num.
sin. the acouittal of Mrs, CastrB
and Gonzalez and the conviction
of Tejada. St. Malo. Hvams and
Hernandez as accessories.
Rainbow City
Swimming Pool
Closed Saturday :!i
The swimming pool at R a into"
City will remain closed all ( it
Saturday, it has been announe
ed by the Canl Zone Schools.
The pool will be closed due to
he shut down in electric cur ent
by the Electrical Division during
much, or ine day. Pool opera Hon
will be continued on a regular
schedule the following day, it was
announced. . ,VV

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Tail newspaper atiumai ae responsibility lor etetemeirtt erelileii
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THE MAIL BOX

TENDERLY-TREATED U.S. RATERS

Member of the Congressional subcommittee at present on
ie isthmu" listening to" the gripes of US citizens, should be
formed that:
1. Those US citizens in the Canal Zone are like spoiled chil-
2 Their gripes and fears are based on falsehoods and lies;
8 They create Little Rock-type situation towards as n-

tive Panamanians. .
2 unlike the testimony the schoolteacher gave the, subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee toe American, on the Canal Zone enjoy beneflta un un-Jnown
Jnown un-Jnown to anV group of Americans anywhere else, least of all
' the US At the expense of Panamanian employes the US US-32te
32te US-32te family normally owns at least two high-priced automobi es
ind a $500 TV set. while many own motor boats and even air-
lRnifS eauSUcyanalCZone employes would testify truly they
Jivnnlrt tell the subcommittee that:
1 Their average take-home pay is $300 every two weeks;
2 2 Normally two in the family are on the Government pay-
roll giving, them a total take-home pay. of about $!0C
S. Becasf'thelr living costs are lower than Panamanian
living costs they can easily save $200 monthly.
t Theii blB Wipe is that we Panamanians may, earn a UtUe

. u. a result or ine' ireavy, uui oyvi5

a iu.-. a tVinTiB-Vi

i.i.nf is sn cents an hour, or every mo "' j
jWv?ust cause to gripe to the subcommittee,.. we are barred

dpornooing so -mDioves of the Canal

lonrwere aU perm ted to makepurchasev in the Canal 2ohe:
,Bne re r., t... nprcent lowr than in Pani

Then we DOUgni auiy-iiee -uuimo,

commissaries

Scense plates it lower cost, bought low-priced gasoline ana pur
ZtVtl Vv ffoods and hardware at a ridiculously low cost

As a

ith the

jnasea nr "he treaty our purchasing power has gone

wind because we are. barred -fronv buying m cana.

Tml Cr rentals in Panama are double Ahose which Ub em em-r,fSd!S
r,fSd!S em-r,fSd!S ST& i!n.i.y .ring, Mnet Nj

9 we are not enwrea otcnn, "" 7 Vu. t?4 tAva If
S nr-roualltv treatrrterit hetween us and the -""5!;' .;
n2. equ.-.-.. r- niant. store or service center we

produce : wh l. on the job n weewve expenseg

our iooo, icu ative Of Panama

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

fiir:

inniBUBu u """ t,.nncr warnum and Bauey s

it. wn.a iviiiittt1'!)

thing. They

with Thanks

bll TV "

giving off our hands

Ctreat
tircurf.

less Of ine coin, wjnuy .t iAat moo cars. Tnai

111

Hu.. m ccrn n

i" i .. am ii'a it n in iti v vvuiiK aj

oreatesi snow uu .am a thine, m

ill A. IreaM IT. 11 Tl 1 1 i 1 li licrri Pn

tircus. bu Vm ind had a 'arge attendance regara--were
here for three days, ana naa a coiosseum

" ..... mv

-rmlnutes. inter underwear, and its

w.ll mv whooping crane simj " f hmitht

" a m i riTT nn mv iiiaiii o a o--

xne tu. ".r- will h

3hnd three on

350 lor a unnsmms ""f- ----lntins, s0 I only have io

JH fill Ilk J M
greeting card will be out of

rlll t them. Burm. my

f dne of my reasons .for " he" raised foreign
"tmaster Geral. To toomeWn Jjg,

gposiane, iru .D,V? Thankseivine by Miss Sises oi
.rruK .day? on the Canal

r A.;nnn a lot of visitors droppea n w -r;

.atmi how large was tneir ucu,

Luhoiy INevvh

And

( lomment

By VICTOR RIISKL
Soon there will Oh tne kuiglns
Ol L.iUIS Alid IMlK.Wl U0U WUl.
uut siiunly diUr inn nuiiUAy. ci ci-6uii
6uii ci-6uii tiius, series ui uiigat

eiashes'Oii ine iauui froiu wui

maiK lHou. i ue liiau iu whom

uu pucneu i' juoeua riuuegau,

jrieaiueiu iiaeuuuw's utuuiuu

pence iiiK.ei, jjutcior ui iae

reueiai xueuiatiou kuu wouciaa-

U011S 1 1UI 10 UUlekAll

oou. luuae coining evems. nau ntre

re ins answer, i
ion! wyei't ou sil, wnat uoei

the touecuve urKMuung picture
iOi laao iook lute as Oi uo" i

asiteu.
'''I'm auaid it looks line a pretty

rugcu year oil me mum uiahi-un-.it
iioat, ciuacAau lepaco.
"im iulci. to iawOi anu ma-

nakemeai ropieseauiuVea uU'Ougu-

uuv uie .tfu.t a wen a vo uiy

owa nieuia.ois, auu xay ityuituu

is paiuaiiy aseu uu iucse iaiam.
ia Ultf aOacutti Oi uuici1 xwo&a,
we ia uie aeinte vvouiu looK to-
Vaiu l.J a' a ibtllt Oue UwCAfat;
oi me touu-aci tiiuon ill toe

airtian, iaiiu inacuuitiy auu auio-

mooue iiuusu iJav AUb,,1 tame aie

otner major coutract uiwuou

anu rt up-ai;rs in uio giaaa, man man-nine,
nine, man-nine, eicCiiitai ana itxaie iuuus iuuus-uit.
uit. iuuus-uit. iu ox tuese WU aucCv iiuii-

uieuS oi tuousauuS Oi IWIimu.

inost ivt lueuiioaeu vvuuiu
6e i'iore tnaa enoogu to Keep us
iioppiuk, "Jtii auu tit ints tne cui-

reui umon aoiDieS, euouomu: cun cun-anions,
anions, cun-anions, isoor uut ooul a aiiort aiiort-er
er aiiort-er wo.k weeK, mauagemem's siu

lening alUtude aha ooier speculat

ive lectors, ana h: iouas hm a

My nexi question was; tDor s
eoaia ior next year, uch as tne

snoi ter woric weeK, nave oeen- wen

puulicizeu. wnai wui manage

ment poiiiiou oe
xiauegan repueu: "iae UAW
announced tnat n will sees a snort snorter
er snorter work wee, mcreaeo pay, im improvements
provements improvements ui Irmge beneins ana
clauses cu..i omag. iiani relocation

o r guaranteeing jurisuicuou

wnere enanges are maue. inow,
unless our em economic situa situation
tion situation improves, 1 tninK, such de demands
mands demands are' tang io oe met 0y in increased
creased increased eniiJijyer resistance. One

states management position on

this was: "lius (snorter worn
week), coupled with an increase
in pay, is economic nonsense."
"mrrowuig proti margins, fal falling
ling falling sales ano the money situa situation
tion situation inuica;e to me that employeis
aren't going to be m a very recept
ive mouu waen laced with uemanus
that win ceriaimyfap costs of pro production.
duction. production. While economists diner
aooui the Uie ot the nation's pre present
sent present and Mure economic health
there is general,, agreement that
it is not as good aj it has been
for the past few years.

"1 thmk employer wm oe ap

proaching the bargaining

Another Brik

nd one

insVered. there were 28,000 acres

with the cotton seed,

h didn't know now mucu i families on it-

9 ,vfseyonn the ZonT but she Is still Mis.

5 Opened the boys- eyes on ""HividVd up and, she owns
Hikes and the Sikes ranch is soia po
Kikes.

Jew apartment houses toni, ano is ..pop" Wright

T 1

-" I Iflflercurio G

A V S V Giceherthu
N ) Christmas

IS
2

. 1? Oltt llhrra Christmas Slort

tabie

in a different frame of mind and
definitely a moie cautious and
conservative one."
Question: "Wnat are. you, in the
Feaeral Mediation and Conciliation
Service, doing to prepare for the
coming year?"
Answer: "For the past year we
have undertaken several steps to
improve our staff and render the
best possible type service to labor,
management nd the public. FOR
management and f public. For
instance, labor and management
took the 'ead some lime ago in
conducting training and develop development
ment development programs fro their bargain bargainers.
ers. bargainers. W have been using this ap approach
proach approach with lespect to our media-.
tors. ,L
"We have set up an intensive,
training program in the couse of
which our mediators attend semi seminars
nars seminars designed to strenghen and
improve tne tools and techniques
of.nediaton. We have enlisted the
cooperation of some of the top
universities in the country to as assist
sist assist us in conducting these semi seminars.
nars. seminars. "We are '.rying to sharpen tne

villi nf our mediators so mey

:an stay several jumps ahead of

labor ana managrineiu !-Iv
Iv !-Iv make a substantial contribution

to negotiation sessions.

' "in .Hrfrtnn we have taken a

close look at the geographical dis distribution
tribution distribution of our mediators and,
..r- arfil evaluation, nave

made some necessary shifts. Men

k .... v.. raixifaned to tne po-

ii .

tential conflict areas w oraer m

be more easily aceessime w wnere

they will b needed, hi many us usances
ances usances this has meant the ertahusn

ment of offices wnere, nereu

"All in all, within ouagei rea rea-trictions,
trictions, rea-trictions, we have done everything
possible to be prepared tor a

hvipr workload ana rocreawu

""""

iithmioh are iookiuk iur a

tough year I belieye tnai m
anri management, over the past

.,.,.i vr have demonstrated

.1.. nf pniUetive bargain-

ing and I think the maturity of
both factions will be demostrated

once again in tins fomini
That's why the MediaUon and
Cenciliation -ts are
watching this week's AFW30 Con

vention ia Auannc

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BROADWAY DIGEST
NbaI Coward, the sophisticate,

rinA.n't drink, dislikes ioynts and

rarely stays awake past midnight.

.Four years 01 enort went into

the production of "the Rope

Dancers, tne new nrama at me
Cort. .As if there isn't enough

trouble Holiday mag has declared

war against J ayne juansiieia. .

Wait'lhyou hear the gee wnu

dialog in the Restoration era

spool, "Tne uountry vme. n
brought-Julie Harris, back to

Broadway, j ..Vera Lvnn a piatter

of "Tonight" (from the VW e t
Side Story" score)' is a dreamy
dandy. .Motion Picture Daily ads
on "Peyton Place", don't mention
the book or the author's name.

Seen aire.!, s .In an attempt to

save Wsrmarriage;ritlL Esther
Williams, lien Gage went thru

the agony of dieting on zu ids. ...
Cathv Carr ilaSf year's' Cinderel

la), who went from a Blooming-

dale's counter to ner msc 1 ciick

'Ivory Tower" (14 weeks no. i

nn Th Hit Parade), has lilted us

all to wed Carl Koch, rich Mia-

mian. "(' ;

Lea Girls" offers 1 different

versions of one story-.- The same
format utilized in VRashomon," the
old Japanese flicker .Type cast casting:
ing: casting: Brigitte Bardot; who always

demonstrates tne l nooy nuaiiui,
portrays a slripleasei m her lat latest
est latest film. . Tony Perkins, who is

co-starring (with Jo Von Fleet) m

'Look Homeward, Angel," fasci

nates movie msg interviewers. He
informed 'one that he drinks only
out of yellow cups and confided
to another that he enjoys walking
on pavements barefoot. .The top

fee for a Metopera performance

is $1500. .Is there a plot against
Miss Mansfield? The Saturday Re

view describes her as "an inept

female impersonator.

'Dark at the Top of the Stain

now collecting golden notices in

the hinterlands, is puywnght Wil

liam Inge's fourth drama. H i s
other three were major clicks:
"Come Back, Little Sheba," "Pic

nic" and "Bus Stop." vjuite a

record. . .Mickey Shaughnessy,

who plays tht tattooed sailor in

"Don't GO Near the Water."

should convulse those who enjoy

laughing. .Thurber's "Alarms and

Diversions" includes a brewery

slogan for Madison Avenue illiter

ates: 'We ill brew good like we

used to could"; ."The Lichten-

stein Polka" leaves many listeners

cold. Sung by a Geiman vocalist.

Many deejays reportedly w o n't

spin it. F-aywrign: Tenn. wu

$600 weekly; Fifteen hours

week at S40 per hour. r
Howard Teiehmann, whe wrote
the recent 'Mies. Lonolyhearts"
flap rates the Chl-lip '.Trophy. Au
thored an amusing Sabbath Times
assay about thn tribulations ef a
playwright oordanad with a fai failure.
lure. failure. Laughing-with-Ufra -In'my-eyes
stuff. Julie London's "Sad "Sad-die
die "Sad-die the Wind" disc has, her r pa patented
tented patented creamy ejuaihyv 'O e e s
tempting sounds. .Gad, Marga Margaret
ret Margaret O'Brien will soon b 20...Brit 20...Brit-ain
ain 20...Brit-ain spends about $840,000a-year te
subsidise its Reyal Opera .and
Royal Ballet. Comment from U.S.
taxpayers: Seeeekkkkkl. .One
advert for a Brigitte Bardat me'
vie shrieks "Paiion-drivenl 'She
married the father to. seduce the
senl' Sexy, eh?
Wotta Come Down Dept.! News

caster John ;K. M. McL;aaery
launched his career as an Eng English
lish English teacher;. .L erne r and

Loewe, the "My Fall L.aoy

words-and-masic-mancrs, win pro produce
duce produce Jean Anuuilh's ''Ornitle". .
Esquire's big scandal item: Mae

West sleeps in a nuge Den, anu iu

the ceiling ixve is a huge mir mirror.
ror. mirror. 'Magide!. . .Judy Lewis,

the loveiy young lady wno ap

pears in TV' dramas, is Loreua

Young s neiress. nrauuo a m--

jor worry : A receding nairiine. .

How do you oecome a, sonwru-

er? Well, Oscar Hammerstein

went to law school. . .there is
only a sinxie word carved on Eu Eugene
gene Eugene O'Neill's tombstone: O'Neill.

Comic Bert Lahr'a definition of

the good-old-days: "The money

came easy, no taxes: We wasn t

quite so difficult. 1 headlined the

Palace three times a year-ai o,-

nnn a wkic. That's, like S25.uuu

now". .Mr Sinatra is fuu ofma-

Hen talent. Didia know F'ank Can

tootle the flme expertly?. .Joan

Crawford's txolanation for "the

lnneeat carter-in Hollywood' : i

had an arlv start and good

health". . Joanne woouwara

should" be a major Star after

."The Long Hot -Summer" Is re

leased. Based on a wittiam raiK-

ner yarn. The quote of the week
i Ava riirrinor'ar "I'm willine to

bet that 9 men but of iOO are go

ing to cheatv sometime." (Down,

Girl! .? "'

Milv twa vaar age Kim Nevak

was touring the country 'model 'modeling
ing 'modeling washing machines end ratfri ratfri-garatars.
garatars. ratfri-garatars. Kim presented an ice
box. Hal. Variety reports that
N. Coward geta tt par -cent ef
the gross ef "Nude With Vielm

Teen-agers represent me ma

a whe calls himself modestly "Li

ne Joe. ine Ku.ar". v .a:ariy in

her career ineiley Winters was
draped by a turn studio .with the
admamtiani "Give lie ''e c t i no

Y eo' re net photogenic ? ana you

cant act . ine company ,i,ar

sails the Mar Ivn Meitree. nude

calender h.ts netted ever S80Q.00U

and promt ere star relhng in.
Miss. r).enra was, paid $a0 to

maae ,'ii.j,, ve.

He in Hayes' ptorinance -in
ITiniA'' DAiViAmAnron'1 ( .ancimmii

itllC :UCU1CIUWDI.U liU AAA aa

a tneatre tmo itmpleof Aii.

. ,1 will be .interesting i j

how th'; turn vpl-mori r,tit V'Cili On

a i!wt'iw','HOOT,,iinu.'''De': launoer-

ed. UNoveust Frantoise aagan s

puilosopny :;oitt poiipie are ; al

waa BAani.ai. j-. .j WAS.es us
time.'Tbat'a what youtb is"v. V

ine TV saiute to r;tnei many-

hams has to keep writing hit.ierlty ef meviegears New
shows. His U.b at the analyst's is 'there's e yedaler making records

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oui'ii s trioute: "sne an 'm o r e
trienor than : anyone M icnow,' s but
she's not n dear, geaue aoui. Jiar Jiar-ry
ry Jiar-ry mores don t coma like that, jsne

nas a. trencnav wit;! sue. W re

nuxe siupiowy or iniwef anpe;. wim
silence Better than v jpe j.Luw
could do it, with his lists.-
i no laiast young t.ch author authoress
ess authoress is. very young; indeed, side's
14. v -A net Jugmynouieu sauna sauna-ra"
ra" sauna-ra" Jicxer. is a loonngg one, jtuns
147' mlnUiesv'r' ;Jacit, raar'f'piuy ."
"1 pi agamst psycniauy.l haven't
aof- any U'ouoies I. can't .teli

standing up". .btsan; Sirasberg

will someuay fc"lve. a memorapie

pertormance oi Juliet; .wait ano

see. .ingna Bergman s conies
sion: "1 have always been "timid.
Even todav when 1 go into a res

taurant, my greatest ; tbrment is

walking- tnrougn tne-room uhh i
reach my tabie in the farthest
corner. I only ieel secure- wnen
I'm playing be pkrt ol another
person". The season's top nra nrama,
ma, nrama, "Look Back in Anger,Jl cost
only $40,000 to produce. One' min min-ute
ute min-ute TV commershitls sometimes
cost, more. . ' .'
"Rumpte"' it -actually E d d i,e
Foy's initial major' Sttfting role
on Broadway. He launcheo his
show" bis career 48 years ago. .
The aforementioned William Inge
began writing "Dark -at 4he; Top
of the Stairs'? ten ywirs ago. .
Judy Holliday will be ding-donging
id "Bells Are Ringing"- until
October 1958. .Critics for t h e
morning daUies have about 80
iri utes in t which to i write their
nuiawa -.The iukebbx -carousel

-;n ha ulvjin many r, rides to

u;k.n snnni Starts Again." a

Tony Perkins disc ;Roi Russell
is in the happy position jf striv striv-i..
i.. striv-i.. 4. .Hrf nnnnHaee. Constantly

nibbling en bon-hons. ... .Talu i
comment on the T-sbirts school ef
aetorsr- "They're just wastoni their
Ume. They're just learning. to be
a hunch of apes."

Braadway: A nice, little street
when you're Big, aiM?.an awfly
Big Street whee you're Little.

WASHINGTON In the ooinion

ol ) this writer, who. baa observed

many presidents -in oilice, tne Dest
irfterests of .the nation, .would ,'. e
served If 'presiaenv Eisenhower re retired.
tired. retired. ;in;iyort, of jVice -Preidenf
Nuoiu ? lf.i-;7 -py,x
1 wnte tnis not in criticism of,
riwtakf: tfeanllAiuAi. .' 1'

praise-. of Kichard ( Nixon, but

Because- of tne dangerous -crisis
now facing the f ftiied' Stafes.Jjv j
it is a crisis ljust a ierious s
that, which we, faced It years ago
when, on i"eci. 7.. 94l. the

nese Navy sent the: backbone of

our 1 racitic fleet to the bottom

of Pearl Harbor; ;:lea vug the West
Coast 'completely defenseless.

' Had Japan followed up at : that;

tame, she could have -taken over
and occupied the entire r Pacific
coast,-- from Canada U- Mexico. ..
: Likewise. :jday our strength in
missileS; submarines, 'and air pow power
er power has 'so- slumped eomnared with

Russia' that she could wipe out

our,: major cities, lay ; waste r our,,
iiiuustryi'rld ,x;ripp!e ui asJ a n-

uon. ,;;-- v
: Oiirlong; ? rang nombers could

knock out some ituseian ernes in
retaliatiop,,V'Wt not many, The
odds are heavily n favor of Rus-
gxa.- t! '-' '''Is--',:5.'"5''?'-'
This, Is a crisis ,which-a (drift.
m". tram bad to worse. .

It has been fully known 5 to1 the

White Housc-j ror some nme
i When the Gaither Report, pre

pared- by- top businensmen;-, econ economists,
omists, economists, and scientists was given

the. Write iouse,-pointing our ma
of these same alarming facts,
White House reaction. was: to. hu$b,
it up, For fear, of a leak, the com committee
mittee committee 'was told to prepare only
two copies; (;- ;-,i,t ;.v .V -X

NIXON'S ViGOROllS STAND
Nixon bnkthe other "hand," has

seen the danger; has been vigorous-

and vocal in aierung ine puouc.
He has been even more vocal in

backstaje conference.

Thia writer nas not teen an aa-

mirer of Nixon' political. opera-J
tions, particularly his unfair,, un-

demanded ,an;aciis -on vunlcSB
woman Helen Gahagan Douglas

and on such scientists as Dr.

Ed waru Condon ; m;.
It was Nion whoctually ini initiated
tiated initiated McCarthyism four years a a-head
head a-head of the late Senalo- from Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. It wasihe who iirst drove
out of government some of the
scientists -We heed' todays
However, the United Stater now
faces a crisis requiring quick,
from decisions.' If Russia, shouid
go into Near Easl, which .seems
more, than likely ; we face the dif'
ficult, crucial, decision of whether
to back up -the' .Eisenhower Doc Doc-irine.
irine. Doc-irine. iThirlL-ourd fcm-h mtfi

If. Red China should now necrae
to .fire oh i Quemoy or Matsu,
we would hsvt; to decide whether
to ateiwar asainst JRed.China., Un

der the- Eisenhower. Jipctrine. we

The Comnumst world now has
the trump -cards in Its hands. It

can maite tne nex. jnoves. -We
have; t decideriwbat we wjl

do to counter these moves.- ,.

This will require a tirm, .ciear .ciear-thinkiag
thinkiag .ciear-thinkiag lrain in the White House.
Nivnn has been. firm, clear, and

right of late in international poli-;

cies. psennowtsFfc tor au nis aina aina-linaca
linaca aina-linaca Anil Bond tnientiohs. has

been, slow, vacillaU.ig. timid. ..4-.

If the President listens ..to t nis
own' good conscience and his-" own
realization oi the serious trend of
world events, he will carry out his
own nledse of March 7. 1956: ;

"Unless I felt, -absolutely up to
the performance of the duties of
the Presidant, the second that I

didnt, I would no kmger be on
the job.- I've promWer't' hem (the
American peoole) that."

td close f rieuds that' he .would like
to be like tae president ui. France
-htellyi a cereinuni. officer, i J
This' Is what Eisenhower does

bstr NoVpresident in jeafl- haa;

ries feel at home, being. 'pnotOm
graphed witn- the truck oriVef of

ine er ur, wnu a winning nign
schboj oratorical team,), 4
J-V5fv--t;' ,l 't- V i' '?
'4oiF-tie'Sfte', EisdtmoweV-ai
first elected.: the ''date Sen. ; fidb.

Tafrjof Ohio took legislative pro

uicnja uu .i&vuuuwci" usiiiua, biiiu

Ikfe ;.:wii -' able to pfertc om
...U;V.Afc.a:tKA'UanNA M.A UJ D.aT

sideht.of fssiet.-M
' Of ;later" noweve''j aSnrobien

after' problem thas -pressed down

upon him from the Little RoclC
crisis to our setbacks' On- satellites,
and :miSsiles 4, the President ba
become more' worried rid. talked
more enyious ty'ia nput Ythe soft'
snap enjoyed, by Queen Elizabeth.
'. ;"'-: r?s i?!.f-,v ",KJ
'i The lile Rocki is)s discuuraf
ed him. He felt keenly the critU
cism. leveled against hihv in thr
Sourth. He: hites to : t critjeiteda

He felt even .rrfor v depresseet
by the t criticism; s re&ultinfc'. ; front;
our- missile-satellite- failures. One
urban : ka ..... n,Ut' 4 C.

uwi 1. . a vuioi vi uaAl vii,
was. i critwited in :the. tSenate f o
advocating drastic; defense econl
nmv(, r"ts w the 1950 military hudA
get just before the' Korean .War5
ue was iso upset that n suffer
ed sn MHs attack slid had to gf
to Key West .for a month; to re to
perate. ;
V ka the above ied tt,'tBt am nf

tne wnite House sn. ; jaior t
the recent ''troke, tha. Eisenhowei

might retire next iyear Jn favof
of NTixon., -.

PHiLippiNis tir Coin 2
. S. :. -- .J
ANILA U?- The Inteniai
tioial Cooperation Administrating.

announced today a new 10-million
dollar American aid program foi

the Philippines. Paul Summer;

ICA director for the PbrhoninAt

said four million dollars would ,bf
for technical ttj istance tnd siji
million, dollars ; for defense sur
port. ,V,,r" ':;l;"''w.' i

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the' 19th-century: novelist,' Na-;
,thaniel Hawthorne. ,v auppned t
plenty of .material from which j 3
to weave his fascinating sto-i m
riei Among Wacestbrs there 3
was? one; who persecuted h; m
tjuakers. 'Another dealt with ',3
the so-called witches Of pfcw
Mass.; the town where Haw;;
thorne was born.; Both his fa- :
ther and his grandfather were 3
world sailors. Hawthorne's fa fa-ther
ther fa-ther died on a voyage to India 3
when Nathaniel was four.
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during World War II, ia hon honored
ored honored on this new stamp issued
aw tk. a,IM a,-. a riffl -v.

stamp is me of several issued J

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1 For some time prior' to the Pre- ;
Sident's 1 a t,e-sj' mess he had it
been talking enviously about the I

yueen i i,ukiiiu aim j iwui iwui-ly
ly iwui-ly easv dutlee of laying corner cornerstones,,
stones,, cornerstones,, opening- Parh a ment, and
holding, court.,,. -
Wistfully, he exbre&sed the wish
that the Job of being -President
of the United States, could be as
simple es that, j - 1
Long before this, at -about the
time he was elected to his first
term, Eisenhower had suggested

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Cartridge v with two' sap--.
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j $' burners: X special sim
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199.95
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MISS' RUTH E. COPPENHAVER of Curundu whose engagement
.to Mr. Geraid T. Blackburn is announced.

(GOVERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER GIVE
E(jEPTION FOR PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDIA

I Governor of the Canal Zone, Brig. Gen. Will am E. Pot Pot-f
f Pot-f ter and Mrs. Potter will give a reception at their WiienM
5 tonlkht In honor of the President of Panama and Mrs. Er-

'"nesto de la ouaram, jr.
W&Smm "AK How
ftil Honor
Mr. And Mrs. Harris
fc m- Tiyi Mn Dnvlp Snvrier and

itr:)ind Mrs. Fred A. Newhard

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friends at Mr. and Mrs. Howard

t urrU nn th evenine 01 uec.

1A frnm aiffht O'clOCK Until eie-

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Always FRESH!

Purer
Richer
Finer

CLOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

held at the Newhard residence,
265-A, Barro Colorado Place.

Mr. and Mrs. Hams are sail

ing aboard the S.S. Cristobal on
Dec. 11 to make their home in

the United States after thirty
years residence on the Canal
Zone.
Italian Ambassador

Dr. Mario Ma on ...

Arrives In Panama

Th now Ambassador 01 Italy

in Panama, -Or. Mario Majoli, ar

rived by piano yesterday afternoon
to assume his duties. Ambassador

M.-tnii rama from uniffiiav wnere

h attended Conference of the

Italian Representatives in Latin

America which was presdided o o-ver
ver o-ver by the Italian Minister of For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations, Giuseppe Pella.
Copptnhavtr-Blackburn

Ingagmtnt Arineuncacr
Mr. r M ConDcnhaver of Cu

rundu announces the engagement
of her daughter Ruth E. Coppen Coppen-haver
haver Coppen-haver to Mr. Gerald T. Black-

burn, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Aivin
Rlarkhurn ol Wellington, Utah. No

date has been set for the wedding.

Mrs. Alfaro
Guest Of Honor
At Embassy Tea
Mrs. Francisco de Miranda, wife
of the Charge d'Affaires of Cuba
in Panama, is entertaining at a
tea this afternoon at her resi residence
dence residence in honor of Mrs. Ricardo J.

Alfaro, founder of the D a m a s

Guadalupanar, ana a group ui
her friends,

"Moraanland" Themo
For St. LokVs

Spring Festival
Morgan's Gardens will be trans

formed into a "wonderland of

fun and play for cnuaren ana a-

dus on r cn. v fl l"c
"kick-off meeting of the St.
Luke's Cathedral Spring Festival

Committee, neia on uec. o,
were laid out for a whole new
concept of this Annual O.u ting.
"Morganian4!V wfll fce a fabulous
and whimsieaf place where the
in hoirt will meet then

old friends from storybooks and

nursery tales. ...
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden,
Bishop of the Missionary District
of the. Panama Canal Zone ap appointed
pointed appointed Col. and MM. Frank D.
Miller to be co-chairmen of this
enterprise. They.with the support
of all of the organizations con-
-t-3 tu .ttom rthp.nral of St.

Luke, are planning Jo present m m-riy
riy m-riy ne w attractions, with g?m
and rides for the children. F 6 r

.Huh. the (Bobio will be

stocked Tvkh unusual items from

Latin America. Tne Morgammm
Trading Post will feature hand handmade
made handmade articles donated by gifted
seamstresses in the community. A
home-cooked barhecue and other
refreshments will be offered so
that the whole family can make

an outing of the enure oay in
this "Fantasy-land." The hours of
operation on Feb. 1 will be
from ten in the morning to tun tun-down.
down. tun-down. ..
The St. Luke's Spring Festival
is a yearly event, and is the sole
fund raising event for all of the
Cathedral organizations.

Capt. And Mrs. Hearen

Give CocKTaii-Doiw
..J Mn Williim C. Hea-

.nfartsinari OrOUB Of friend S

t a cocktail-buffet given at their

home in Balboa last nigni.

iBniiT Tucm This little East Ger-

SOMEBODY .to Weit Berlin 'with her brother and
man refugee, now sale m vv American who
par-nta. shows, 'ht aplenty to rep y Thanklsglving
tSSffomS ood Croa.de ask.
to Christmas. uu packages of U.S. farm surplus,
Americans to send tnuum pac fl other needy
at $ per P?$gue:'e.eoygurop"Asi the Middle East and
Laun America Sena your conSionS to CARE Food Crusade,
WO FlinvtNYorlc.W. N.Y, or to local office of agency.

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The Yuletide season shows that
man can; too, make a tree.

tin'. vwnnimrirv rn.av nv i.iie

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millions an vuo luiw.ut
mas decorations for home, ; of

fice, store, bank and beauty

Shop. -? .p.:, i
The man-made ones are com-

'fecial d11s4 "vlsca htlt that is

only a start when some' Imagin

ative decorators cut loose, tve

seen them decked with every-
thing from sequined Icicles to
ermine, tails.' :' U i. i-V-'.;

Rnmn manufacturers this vear

show half-trees, for the woman

who wants to lit mem on a
mantelpiece, -. You can buj' one

lor "BaDys nrst cnristmas at

, , 1 lUi 0GIUJ a 1U0 ViLWiunn
parative newcomerr to th es0 a'plnk and Diue number, with
Christmas tree tradition, which rattles and 0ther small toys as
began In 1737 In Germanx- But decoratlons Its bBse ls a music
thp op fo.nnlr arh vear. Prtc- ki.v. in0k j

es range from $1.08 to il98, de depending
pending depending on size and amount of
decoration. They range In height

from 10 Inches to 10 feet and

the -manufacturers pay little at-
tonMnn t.n nat.nrp'R Hlftates in

coloring them. This year, you can

buy the trees in white, pale pink,
paie olue; gold, silver, grteri, tir
in various comblantions of col

ors. : ',

Sales In Millions
Alfred Grleco. sales manager
for Premier decorations, esti estimated
mated estimated retail sales now at five
million dollars a year and pre predicted
dicted predicted a steady increase.
"For a couple of good reasons,"

saw Gneco. "Tney are name re-
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box wmcn ways & rouaoy.

Pink Trees For Kids
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' Lord and Taylor In New York,
this season displayed a children's
t.roo 9a 1nr.hp hluh .nd cnlnrpd

in shades of pms: and greea.Or-

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naments are tiny, hand-carve)
dolls and doll house accessories.

Tne store also onerea a 10-
fnnt cnllnlnsp "ftr" In orlnu

color combinations, one on dis

play was goia ana wnite, wan

old fashioned Christmas tree

balls. In cold, green and whits.

iPrlce, $195.ov. 'fejfvv- $ :

"One woman came into ti
department, spotted -the tree,
and said she wanted it just as
It was, bulbs and all," said a
store official. "Her. total bill v?5
close to $275.! :
(My own favorite tree isn't. .1 .1-round
round .1-round this year, it was a' small,
ermine covered one with dia diamond
mond diamond and emerald Jewelry drap

ed around it. like popcota

st.rinsrs Tlf fanv's offered It last

Christmas f pr pne million dol-

CHRIST CHURCH-BY-SEA
N Colon ,v
l?ni conn a lians On the Atlantic

tardedand to vlslMrSm
taraea ana tney can ne re usea. i Gooden: S.

W T 'WIlllftTnH OTt PVPMltiVB nf

Noma Lites, Inc.', said there is a

cial tree already decorated and

reaay to plug into tne nearest
socket. These electrically w'red
ones are eood for at. least five

years, he said.
But Williams called the arti artificial
ficial artificial tree market still just a
small branch of overall sales:
"no more than 3 per cent of all
trees sold are artificial,'' he
said. ' ""V J vt.
We will decorate .30 .million
trees nature-made 'this year, the
toy manufacturers of the US.A.
predicted. -. r
Most of the artificial trees
are. basically of a synthetic ma-

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T.; D.' Bishon of the Panama t

cese. on Sunday evening, at

o ClOCK

He is 'scheduled to administer terned around the theme of tho

joioie aim tue wura. oi uhs Ainer-

tv. cnA.mnfit nf T-Tnhr Pnnflfma

tion and preach at Christ Church ican Bible Society

prising of a class of children, wi'i At the first, of these services,
k. tA fho ntchnn htf ih 111:0(1 a.m. iunaav. mormue. A a

the ChUrCn. "; icauiun, luiuioiieu uj ui ovufif,

,At the 9 a.m. Choral Eucharist wiu oe useo,

on Sunday the Rector will preach

on ounuay me nww mm wtstu
the second in his series of Advent as its basis present -day insight
eoTmnni n "Th Tnnr t. t into Biblical scholarshio and is

entitled: "The1 wote w Autnenu-

Christ city." W.&fc ir'A-M

At tne otner-service, to ee ne.a

sermons on

Things."

Church will include a service of

"THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL"

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Laurence 'Olivier has Dlayed rogues and kings," thieves

and lovers, he has waged wars wooed beautiful women
and murdered his way to a throne. . 'but he has never
before been made love to by the one and only Marilyn Mon Monroe.
roe. Monroe. This comes to pass in Warmer Bros', forthcoming
Technicolor presentation, "THE PRINCE AND THE SHOW SHOWGIRL,"
GIRL," SHOWGIRL," In colors, OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 11 AT" THE. LUX.

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MOTHER'S DAY
SPECIAL
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(Mother's Day In Panama is December 8th) -ORIENTAL
CHINAWARE :

Before

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.14.98
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Coffee and Tea Sets
Coffee and Tea Sets

Coffee and Tea Sets
57-piece Dinner Sets

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T.V. Snack Sets -9S
T.V. Snack Sets ..: .V.T.V. ."9.95
T.V. Snack Sets i . .13.95
Nylon Stockings I ........ .C ..... . 1 .00
Nylon Stockina (seamless) ........ 1 .75

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1 MANICURE SETS, VASES, FLOWER POTS,'
- FIGURINES, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,' :
TABLE1 LAMPS and MANY MORE.
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MORRISON'S

Henry A. Blake will assist in con.

ducting the services for tne day.

GATUN UNION CHURCH

The Gatun Union

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m. 1 ThA Gatun Union Church will

7:30 1 observe Universal Bible Sunday,

thk Sunday, with two services pat-
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The sermon by the minister has

V. II ill V.1 1 wui iUMUUC.a awTivo ux -" r '
Hnlv Communion at 6:00 a.m. and at 5:45 p.m. Sunday, the regular

morning prayer at 8:30. The Rev. Youth Fellowship time,- the. :;ltev.

the American Bible Society in Cen-

Wai America, wiu vtcsm e e-!.
!. e-!. nf : slirtos "Sirttf rpnfral

America," in which.some of the

wort of tne society in uug area
will be presented.?:-'Jr.''-:? :
At the morning 'service a spe special
cial special offering for the work of ; the
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CI Die auKiKiy win oe .ictciycu.'
At the 'Aduitr Bible Class; which
meets at 9:45 each- Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, the-subject, VThe Power '.of
Forgiveness," will be discussed.
This class is taught by the miniter.
Pannla tit all HAnnminatinnal

backgrounds are Welcomed at ill

services os me uaiuu 7 union
Church. ;

MARGARITA UNION CHURCH ''
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The combined Youfth. societies ;of V,
ho M.roorlt. fTninn fhiirrh r

planning aunique presentation1; ot
the Christmas story under (the "di "direction
rection "direction of Harold Spicknall. 1

A speech cnoir nas neen organu-
ed by Spicknall to present the bi-
Klinat narraiinn 4nniArn1nff . thm

prophecy and birth of Jesus. An

orchestra nas been organized 10
render snecial Christmas, music

for the occasion. r M

The- Sunday School will hold Its
annual Christmas program On Fri Friday
day Friday evening, Dec. 20. A special
children's choir is rehearsing for
this service. i
' On l Christmas Eve, theJ- youth
groups will conduct a carolling at
the, Coco Solo hospital At 11:00
p.m.. Christmas Eve, there will

be a candlelight csrol service

at the church. The service will
consist primarily of Christmas mu music.
sic. music. The pastor.jvill .give a short
message..-, ;. w
This coming Sunday, being uni universal
versal universal Bible Sunday, special em emphasis
phasis emphasis will be given to that theme.
The castor's subject has been en-

HH.A UTk. WaJ t T il.ll A m In.

Llbtcu .iu, fTUJiw w uttc nu u-
terestlng display of Bibles and bi-

Ducai material nas Been arranged.

Church Council will meet on Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:00 p.m. for its final meet meeting
ing meeting of the year.

fin Waiino.n'.ir A-1K m th

Deaconesses will hold their inonth
ly meeting. Mrs. J. L.; Gwimv
chairman, will be in charge.

tack Mtlce for iacliMio ta tbM
coIum fculd be tubmlHti m.
tyea-writtaa Htm ami bmM
tkm k aaanbw list1 daily ia S S-iat
iat S-iat mm4 Otberwtoe," dettvafod
fe bead ta tba affkc Neticat at -BMatina
.canaat ba acceate4 by
taWaboar4,;V;'.1 UX7'

Card Grawp -t rf f;t

Will Meet .:. .. ..& ;'.

On Thursday J -.' f -,. ;'
. Th Hard Grouo of the Balboa

Woman's Club will held Its bi-.

monthly meeting at at n. Ama Ama-rtnr.
rtnr. Ama-rtnr. fhTiMrs' Ooen Mesa on Thurs

day, Dec W at 12:30 p.m.

Hostesses ni ine croup -win oa

Mrs. Etta Hcma, Mrs. Dorothy

Allen and Mrs. Hazel Zimmerman.

Toose planning 10 aiiena mi m
xkitrf tA call Mrs. Zimmerman 2-

3373 before next Wednesday. :

visit our ak-conditioned book dept.

4i HmulitMtlHtlli

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i Z Union Church Youth
.Kj -f I A" Day Sa,urday
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, SYdAlioiElE, 111., Dec. 6 V?U V?U-Authorities
Authorities V?U-Authorities said today that curly curly-haired
haired curly-haired Maria Rldolph, a 7-y earmold
tot, who normally feared strang strangers,
ers, strangers, apparently had beer kidnaped
and killed by a sex fiend who won
her confidn"e by offering to play
games with her. ',
More than I,w0 lawmen and vol volunteers
unteers volunteers searched an area within
an eight mi'e radius of this farm
town without iinding a srace of
the girlho Vamshed Jwhile play playing
ing playing near her home Tuesday night.
The mass ; search was called off
last night. w
," ."We're looking fbr ,,Dody now,"
said Sheriff Al Diesz. "There's
little chance she's still alive."
FBI Entr CaM

A team -of FBI agents roamed

ry, where he was believed to have
been employed.
Maria's mother, Mrs. Mike Rl Rldolph,
dolph, Rldolph, said she was certain that
whoever had aken her daughter
was a stranger in the town.,
"There aren't many people
around here so that someone
wouldn't know almost onyone that
kids played with," she said. "I
don't think they wiil find her
alive.' At least she's not in this
community, I havenit given up my
faith in God. I know he'll take
care of her."
Father Exhausted'
Her husband, a workman at the
Diamond Wire and Cable Co., sat

exhausted from a night of hunting
over the fog-shrouded hills, fields
of corn stubble and frozen creeks.

the town looking for c ues. The 1 rivers and lakes o' DaKalb

'H? ? :. t mAM..M.A ?.mntHnir Hnnrff ft.1l thA

as

tPhneyTan for ttSS 3Sb huil, which they.hope to opei

The youth of the Union C.urches

of iiaiboa, uamnoa, uaiun, ana

Margarita Union will hold an all

day conference tomorrow, in the

Margarita cnurch.
Youth representatives and their
counseici have planned an in

teresting program The theme for
the day will be ."It's My Life-

Is It?"
A. special feature will fas the
making and repairing of toys to
be given at Christmas to needy
children of Colon and vicinity.
There will be discussion groups

for the youth which will be led

bv Rev. Kay m. BiaKeiy oi ia-

tun. Chaolin. William D. Fresch-H

ner of Ft. Davis. Rev. J. W,

limkeman of the, American Bible.

Society, and RevUscar ,W.. Uisen
of Balboa. : -.V, V,:; -.;

. Dr.AWalker M. Alderton of Gam-

boa will lead an adult' group, Tne
keynote address of the morning
will be given by Rev.. Theodore
Franklin of Margarita. Counselor

nf the vouth activities is Mis

Thelihi Tschabole, director of

Pacific siders will leave on the

7-1S a.m. train for 8:30 rezistra

Hon followed by .9:00 worship led

by Gamboa youth, and keynote aa
dress. 9:45 discussion groups plan
ned bv Balboa vouth. 10:30 Chris

tmas toys in charge of Gatun

youth, 12:00 clean-up, 12:30 lunch,
1 hvmn-sine. 2:00 o.m. discus

sion groups, 2:30 toys, 3:30 elec

tion of Union Churcn youtn coun coun-ciL
ciL coun-ciL officers followed by snack

from host church, 4:00 consecra

tion service led by iBaiboa youtn,
and 4:30 close of conference.
NUN BURIED IN UGANDA
KAMPALA, Uanda (UP)
Franciscan nun "Mama Kevin,"

who died recently in Boston,

Mass.. has been huned near

Kampala in the grounds of the
convent she founded.;- Baanda
triWmn who loved the eentle

nun, raised a fund to bring her

hnriv from Boston where she re

tird after 50 years of work

among Uganda Africans.

FBI entered the case last night

after the 24 -hcr waiting period

required by the Lindbergh kidnap
law. Known sex offenders and per persons
sons persons with police records were

brought' in for questioning.
No trace had been found of a

blond man in his early 20' s named

Johnny. ':. who had stopped to

play with Maria and Cathie Sig-

man, B. Cathie said the man of

fered them a "ride in a car, a

bus or a piggy back." Cathie
didn't KO with the man because

she had forgotten her mittens.
Among those sought for oues oues-tioning
tioning oues-tioning was a 21-year-old Syca Sycamore
more Sycamore man known as "Com "Commando,":
mando,": "Commando,": who was discrarged re recently
cently recently .'rom the Air Force. Police
said he and another man left
town yesterday on a trip by car
to Miami, Fla. "Commando," po police
lice police said, was known around town
for his habit of Offering to play
piggy-back with chi'dren.

county. His breath came in thick
sighs.
Mrs. Ride'ph, her eyes red from
crying, said. Maria was a nervous
child and shied away from
strangers "even the boy .'riends
her sisters bripg home after
school.
"Whoever took her away hither
weak spot he played with her."
Police said the Ridolphs had
not received a ransom note.

Indonesia Orders Dutch To Go;

Closes Consuiats As Starter

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 6
(UP) The Indonesian government
today orgeied the closure of all
Dutch consulates and the explul
sion I the 50,000 to 60,000 Dutch
nalotials in Indonesia.
The orders climaxed a week week-long
long week-long anti-Dutch campaign touch touched
ed touched off after Indonesia lost a battle
in the United Nations for debate
on possession of western New Gui Guinea,
nea, Guinea, now held by the Dutch.
(In Paris, 'vhere Indonesian Fo
reign Minister Dr. Raden Suban Suban-drio
drio Suban-drio arrived from Nw York, au authoritative
thoritative authoritative sources said Indonesia
was seriously thinking 'of breaking
off diplomaiic relations with the
Netherlands. Closinc, the consul consulates
ates consulates appeared to be the first step
in this direction.)
The expulsion order was an announced
nounced announced by the Ministry of Jus Justice.
tice. Justice. The Central Immigration Servce
announced a "three phase plan"
had been 'formulated for the ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion of !H'lch n'iiens from In In-finnnsia.
finnnsia. In-finnnsia. First the "ioWess" Dutch

would leave: next the "middle

class" Dutch in the second phase

In the final phase, the remainder

of the Dutch citizens in me isianas
would go.
Justice Minister Gustaff Adolph

Maengkom said the action was
part of Indonesia current MLi-r
berate Weut Irian" eompaign; ln
donesia claims the Dutch held
territory on the island of New

Guinea.
The anti-Uutth campaign was,
inaugurated Monday with a ban
on Dutch publications, cancelli cancelli-tion
tion cancelli-tion of landing rights of the KLM
Royal Dutch Airline and 24-hwr
strike agams" all Dutch comme--al
enterprise.

Leaking Qqs Lind

Explodes,. Kills 9$,
BOCHUM, Germany, Dec-,,
(UP) An explosion ripped through.
a two story apartment house tb-'
day, killing at least nine ofhe
sleeping residents. ''. ?
Police said 15 persons were-ta-jured.
Rescue nquads reeovrjd
nine bodies from the debris.
The explosion from a faulty
line turned the house into a 'sn.t
of fame and blasted Out windpMjs
in nearby buildings. JiZi

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13 Toward the

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6 Soft

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Given Another Lead
Police were given another lead

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said that a blond man answering

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.CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.
Herschel Schooley, Defense De Department
partment Department information director, on
the cancellation of the Vanguard
firing:
"It was a disheartening thing
for these crews which worked so
hard to get the Vanguard firing
tonight. It mi a matter of getting
out one;. bug after another."
lATlJVNTICjCITy, AFL-CIO
President Kleorge Meany, saying
thi Teamsteri' Union can avoid
expulsion tonIy-If James R. Hoffa
quits his post as president-elect.
J "The entire question of the
teamsters at the moment bangs
on one man."

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Avalanches, Wolves
Harry Rescuers
In Italian Hills I
ROME, Dec. 6 (UP) A rescue
patrol reported today it had to
fight avalanches and starving
wolves in carrying help to moun
tain villages isolated by heavy
snow in Italy's- week-old cold
wave.
The eight man police patrol,
traveling in two jeeps, said it took
15 hours to make the 30-mile drive
and return rom Matera to the
hamlet of Gorgoglione, isolated for
four days.
They said an avalanche b'ocked
the road on their return and they
had to hold o ffattacking wolves
with machinegun bursts vhi1'! irt irt-gin?
gin? irt-gin? through the snow to clear a

path.

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Chicago Mrs. Norah Hughes, on
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nervousness by a five-day hypnotic
trance:
"I don't shout at .the children

like 'I used to, and little things

don't disturb me any more. I used
to have what I guess you'd call

an inferiority complex. I'd worry

about my appearaape and clothes.
Nov T feel I'm just ss good as
anybody."
NEW YORK A committee of
the American Rocket Society in a
statement asking the President to
set up a program to put a man
on the moon by 1983:
"It is the considered opinion bf
the American Rocket Society that
rather extensive flight through
space is practicable, useful, and
economically feasible in the im
mediate future."

3. 26-109 (Calidoma) I

, SYCAMORE, 111. Mrs. Mike
Ridolph, mother of a 7-year old
girl believed kidnaped:
"She must he deadi She would
be too frightened to stay out all

night by herself."

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SoroptimUts Will

Hold Luncheon
On Saturday
The Soropiimist CJub of Panama
will hold rts regular luncheon at
the Hotel El Panama Hilton on
Saturday at 12:15 p.m. Members
are asked to call Mrs. Audrey
Kline if they plan to attend.
Curundu Woman's Club
Plan Christmas Party
The Curundu Women's Club is
holding its annual Christmas lunch

eon at EI flancho" on Dec. 11

at 12:30 sharp. Reservations will

be taken until Sunday. Dec. 8 by

Mrs. Hattie Laird at 5177 or by

Mrs. aciiy Shemeld at 5224.

There Will da an PYrh.inpp of nrOK

ents between members and guests.

On. Wednesday. Dec. 5 the club

held its monthly meeting. Mem

bers and guents attending the cot-

re and business meeting were the

Mesdames Connie. Reichart, Eliza
beth Benson. Mad. Redding. Lor

raine Zent, Annaberta Leap, Ceci

lia Metcalf. Thelma Guibert. Eva

Lee, Celina Flfer, Gloria Brown,
Ellen Moudy, Beatriz Mills, Betty

Your DEJTIIADORA IJACIOIJAl, 5, A.

desires to compliment
Miss MARY McDERMOTT

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REP. LEONOR K. SULLIVAN (D-Mo.), who heads the house M erchant Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee now vlsltlnt ths
Isthmus, .Is shown discussing hospital problems, with Col. Norman H. Wiley, Gorgas Hospital Director. 'Facing the camera
in the back row are MaJ. Robert L. Hughes, training officer at Gorgas; Rep. John T. Allen, Jr.;- Rep. Alfred E. Santangelo;
Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold; Rep. William S. Mailliard; and That cher A Cllsbee, of the executive planning staff. The Congres Congressional
sional Congressional group spent all of Wednesday morning visiting Coroza; and Gorgas Hospitals. At Gorgas they .visited most 1 thi'
special services and several wards. : V .',

Sheffield, Margaret Johnston, Pol

iy Hamilton. Thelma Valentine

Jean Brady and Lucy Saxton.

K was announced that the

Christmas luncheon will be the

last meeting until Jan. 8.

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Feted Wuth Cocktail Party

Mrs. Alia A. Talley gave a

cocktail party at her home in San

Francisco recently in honor of

Mrs. Helen Birthright, president

of the Ladies Auxiliary, Fleet
Resers Association Unit 77.

Mrs. Birthright will leave by
plane for Miami, Florida tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to spend Christmas with her
family.
Los Vefitranos

Observe Mothers' Day

With-Banquet, Dance

Panama's cultural r'ub "Los Ve-

teranos' will celebr f$ Mother's

Day with a banquet and formal

dance to be held at "O.K. Ami Ami-go"
go" Ami-go" tomorrow.

Los Veteranos hold dances in

cluding waltzes, pasillos. two-step.

polkas, quadrille and lancers, aft

er the fasnion of the Twenties.

The bannutt will start at 6:00

p.m. and the dance will begin at

7:30 jl.m.... a?..

Closed Monday Dec. 9th
(Having been declared a legal Holiday)
Get now your books and magazines, greeting cards,
stationery, novelties, artist and office supply ,GIFX
ITEMS or any other article you may need during the
long weekend. Come to
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Iloncom Who Served

In 3 Wars Retires

To Live In Panama

A veteran of World War t

World II and the Korean Conflict,
M-Sgt. Maurice A. Schultz of
Headquarters USARCARIB was re

tired in ceremoniei on CFN

dio last week.

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KIDS' HERO Actor Peter
Graves appears on NBC-TV as
the star of "Fury," a non-Violent,
"non-adult" western series.
He could pass as Joel MeCrea's
brother; actually, he's the
brother of Jim Arness, TV's
Matt Dillon."

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He was one of the few remain.

ing enlisted men left ii the Ar Army
my Army who had served in all thre

campaigns.

On April 18. 1914 the sereeaht

enlisted in the New Jersey Na National.
tional. National. Guarit" and served until

1016. On Sept. 71917 he enlisted
as .a private in D Comoanv. 3rd

Infantry, Pennsylvania National

uuard and was mustered into the
federal service on the sam day
tp serve in World War I.
M During World War I Schultz saw
action m Europe and served in
the .Meuse-ArgonneyDefense Sec Sector,
tor, Sector,
Between World. War I and
World War II the sergeant serv served
ed served in Reserve and National Guard

units. j '.

In 1942 he reentered the active

service as a master sergeant
and served overseas from August

1944 to July 1945 in the Pacific

xneatrer oi operations.
When the Korean Conflict broke

out Schultz again went overseas, i

this time as an interpreter. Here-1
mained there from December 1950
to November 1952.
He -arrived in U. S. Arm Ca

ribbean in December 1955. ;'
A native of Poland, Schultz ar arrived
rived arrived in the United States in 1906
at the age of 12 with his parents.
In 1918 he became naturalized.
Capt. Richard P. Taf.". x.

cutive officer, USARCARIB Infor Information
mation Information Office, retired the sergean
Schultz is making his horn ia
the Republic of Panama.

Sgt. Graham Sent

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"-Army. Sgt. Julius Graham, 2tV

nuusc wue, verciia, lives In UO-
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Thet division, previously in Ja-
PSn. has ahosnrhiwi all ,lt. -m

the 24th Infantry Division in K.

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. -Jlu', formcrly a member of
the 24th, is a squad leader Hn
Company A of the division's iota
Infantry. He has been in Korea
since last November.
The sergeant, son of Mrs. Syl Syl-u!
u! Syl-u! ?ham.' ?.Gamboa,. entered

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'members ''of the House Merchant' Marine and Fisheries subcommittee on Panama Canal affairs, listen to a discussion of the
ScwaX at Diablo Heights. Rep; Leonor K. Sullivan (D-Mo.)(;who heads the subcommittee
Shown seated lnPthe front" row. The visit to the mode) room at Diablo where scale models of the existing Canal and .the
:SSd waSwel waterway at on display came at the end of day-long sessions with Gov. E. Potter on a wide range of
SSpS&wUM administration TlvmSs were held ir i the jwgw
tionBuildine and 'were attended by the principal members of the Governor's staff. The discussion of the canal capacity
Droblem wa led by Ltf Gov H. M? Arnold, back to camera, who is chairman of the committee preparing material for the
board of directors on the subject. Potter Is shown at the extreme left.

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Air Forces received diplomas yes yes-g
g yes-g terday from Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, Commander of the Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, ribbean Air Command, as the
USAFlSctfool for Latin America
af.Albrook AFB graduated its
26th censecutive, class.
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Taking place in the base thea theater,
ter, theater, the ceremony honored the 227

students that had completed the
five months intensifuvl course de de-f'tned
f'tned de-f'tned to train airmen of the La-

SE FRIENDS

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than protesting: "This old thing.
I've had it for ages."

BOOKS GINNED

MC' KNOXVILLK, Tenn. (UP )-The

best selling novels "Peyton

Place" and "The Revolt of

Mamie Stover" were banned

today by the city Board of Re-

, view.! Both books, written by

Grace Metalous and William

Bradford Huie, were ruled ob obscene
scene obscene and unfit for sale here by
the board.

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tin Americas in technical and pro professional
fessional professional subjects. -.
The School, in operation since
1945 has trained 3,761 students in
such' fields as armament, jet

engines, 'weatner and aircraft

traffic control, to name but a- few
of the 18 subjects contained in Its
curriculum.
Col. Epifanio Ovando, Chief of
thft Paraeuavan Air Force. was

the honored guest at yesterday's

activities and congratulated each

Paraguayan student on successful

ly completing his training.
Yesterday's ceremony start

ed with the introduction of diplo

matic representatives of the 17
countries comprising the student
body.
After Dlavinn the National An-

Ihem. Chaolain F. E. Zigan of

Albrook delivered the invocation.
Gen. Landon delivered the Bra

duation address in Spanish follow followed
ed followed by Lt. Colonel Frank B. Rinn,
school Commandant, who gave a

departing message to the students.
Oen. Landon. and a representat

ive of each country, presented per

sonally, the 227 diplomas to the
students as thev filed on stage in

alDhahetical order by country.

Col.i Rinn .thijn, presented,. athle athletic
tic athletic 'trophies to. team captains for

outstanding competitive sports.
Sudents Alvaro Capos of Costa
Rica ; and Ataulfo Tobar Paredes
of Ecuador delivered the students'
responses in English and Spanish,
thanking the school and its' instrue-

tors lor ine training uie ciubs it
cnived. 1

After the student body had sung
flu traditional '"Hvmn of the A-

mericas." Monslgnor Francisco

Beckman. Archbishop of Panama

delivered the Benediction.
Thfi craduatine diss was com

nnsfld of students from the follow-

ini countries' Argentina 43, Boli

via -6, Colombia 10. Costa Rica 3,
Cuba 20. Chile 12. Dominican Re

public 17; Ecuador 28. El Salva

dor 6. Guatemala 11, H6nduras

t. Mexico 1. Nicaraaua 10. Pana

ma 8, Peril 21, Praguty 6, and Ve

nezuela 18. r&XJ.

More Power -More Boom
-More M-RG,
- and Greater Safety l

Albert Schweitzer

Off Again At 82

For Africa Mission

(BORDEAUX, France, Dec. 6

(VP) Medical missionary Dr. Al

bert Schweitzer, 82, said today be

fore he sailed fur Africa that he

did not expect to return to fcurcpe
for at least two years.

'At my age it's difficult to make

KNOXVILLE, Teiin. (UP) Ger German
man German Labor leader Willi Richter

visited the Oak Ridge National

Laboratory today to see how the

Atomic Energy Commission deals

with labor problems. Richter, head
of the German Trade Federation,

toured installations of the Tennes
see Valley Authority yesterday.

plans," the
said with a
case I don't
two years."

Nobel Prize winner

smile, but in any
expect to return for

Visiting Nazarene Churchmen
Plan Series Of Services Here

The Church of the Nazarene has
announced' the impendin arrival

of two officials who will direct
work in this area.

Rev. G. B. Williamson of Kan

sas uty, is me uenerai superin superintendent
tendent superintendent oC the Church of the Naza Nazarene..
rene.. Nazarene.. He has served in this capa capacity
city capacity since 1946. s

He is accomoaniea oy ur. no-

norato Reia. Nazarene Spanish ra

dio minister for the program heard

locally, La Hora Nazarena.

The churcn oinciais are to stop

in Panama after a visit to Naza
rene foreign missions in Central

and South America.

Dr. Williamson will be assuming

jurisdiction of the work in the
Canal Zone.

Williamson was born at New

Florence, Mo., on Nov. 26, 1898.

He was converted as a youth and
joined' the Nazarene church in
1919. He graduated from John
Fletcher College, Oskaloosa, Iowa,
in 1924, and pursued graduate stu

dy at Mccormick ineo ogicai sem seminary
inary seminary and Northern Baptist Semi

nary, botn in cnicago.

He was a pastor for 16 years,

serving Nazarene churcrei at Far-

mington, Iowa, Chicago, Cleveland
and Kansas City.
In 1932, he was elected president
of the general young people's so society,
ciety, society, and was re-elected four
years later. In 1939, he represent represented
ed represented Nazarene youth at a world
conference at Amsterdam, Holland
His pastoral duties were inter interrupted
rupted interrupted in 1936 by a cal1 to the
presidency of Eastern Nazarene

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Rev. G. B. Williamson

Wollaslon, Mass.-, where he re

mained for nine years, until ne

became pastor of the Kansas City

First Church in 1943.

He is a gifted writer, the au

thor of "Overseers of the Flock,"

a textbook in pastoral ineoiogy,

The Labor of Love dealing

with evangelism. "Roy T. Wil

liams. Servant of God," and

"Preaching Scriptural Holiness.

In 1953. Rev. and Mrs. William

son visited Hawaii, Japan and the
Philippine islands. In 1950-51 they
were on a world missionary tour.

Honorary doctoral degrees have

been conferred upon him by Be

thany Nazarene College and East Eastern
ern Eastern Nazarene College.

The following scheduled is plan

ned for the visitors:

ned for the visitors:

Tonight at 7:30, Dr. Williamson

at Margarita Gymnasium; 7:00
p.m. tomorrow, Dr. Williamson at

the Church ol the Nazarene, An-

con; 10:45 a.m. bunday, Dr. Wil

liamson at Ancon; 11 a.m. Dr.

Reza at Margarita gymnasium;
7:30 p.m. Dr. Reza at Ancon.

The Ancon Church hopes to

break all Sunday School records
in a great rally at 9:45 a.m. Sun

day.

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special meetings.

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Troop 8, iiuernauo.1u Joy ScOum

of Hie Canal .one. hem ui me

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iy. ll attracted a large gatnennti.

was a snot in the win or irofu

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icugc ui tne kiiiu oi naming iney

are receiving and the immeasur

able good the organization is lo lo-mg
mg lo-mg in the development ot good
citizenship among the, boys of ihe

community.

Highlights of the program includ

ed the Hag ceremony, a first aid

stunt by a gioup oi scouts, songs
by 'jrlh Angels" and "Sun

beams" quintets, song by Cub

Scout Bobby Smith and the can

dlelight ceremony by Troop 8.
The investiture ceremony was

conducted by Pacific district Com

missioner Pearl E. Ford who in invested
vested invested the deserving officers and
scouts with merit award badges,
earned for efficient advancement
in scoutcraft.
Officials of the Local Council at

tending the program were: Vice
president and Pacific district
chairman Cyril D. Atherley, scout

executive Raymond George, chair chairman
man chairman troop committee Thomas U.
Sawyers of Troop 7, Paralso, and

Claud L. Walter, clerk of the Lo Local
cal Local Council; who were introduced

to the midience by Scoutmaster
Philip K"K of Troon 8. The en

joyable program, sponsored by

Troop Committee Chairman John

R. Small, Sioutmast King and
his assistants of Troop 8, was pre presided
sided presided over by William Dunn, mem

ber of the Troop Committee with

the Rev. John Spear- of the St.

Simon's Episcopal Church, of

fering the invocation and benedic

tion.

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UP) -A
former truck driver peeled off
his shirt at a Senate rackets hear
ing today to show where he was

(4 wounded in a roadside ambush in

Tennessee afier he refused to join

a Teamster union xtrike.
The. wittieAS, Roy Byrd-of Ba
tavia, Ohio, a Cincinnati suburb,
displayed "-ed, welted scars on the
right shoulder and forearm the
evidence-of gunshot wounds which
left him partially disabled.
He testified as the Senate Rack

ets Committee opened an investi

gation into whut it described as
a pattern oi violence stemming

trom. Teamster organizing drives

in the South.

Another sri:ck driver. A. D

McKinney of York. S. C, rolled
up his left ihirt sleeve and showed

the committee where his heavily

tattooed arm' had been hit with i

shotgun blast on North Carolina

highway in i955. lie said he now

carries a gun in his truck.

"GOON SQUADS" IN SOUTH

Chairman John L. McClellan

(D-Ark) charged in opening the

hearings that law enforcement of

ficials had faiied to crack down

on the "goon squad" activities in
Tennessee and four neighboring
states.

CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UP)
Mrs. Ruth Wilson, 39, said she is
innocent of forgery charges but
pleaded guilty in order to be trans transferred
ferred transferred to Indiana women's prison.

The state prison has a bathtub.

Byrd, 30, now manager of the

Newman Pemberton Co. terminal
in Cincinnati, had some trouble re
moving his coat and shirt because
of stiffness in the &rm and shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. McClellan asked him to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit his wounds so they could be
photographed for the committee's
files.
Byrd testified that on the night
of Aug. 8, 1956, as his truck was
climbing a hill near LaFollette
Tenn., assailants opened fire from
an embankment. He said 14 or 16
bullets hit the truck one of them
going completely through his right
shoulder. His relief driver was
asleep and was not hurt.
Byrd's employer, J. R. Pember Pemberton,
ton, Pemberton, told the committee that Team Teamster
ster Teamster Local 621 in Knoxville, Tenn.,

called a strike again?! his firm

in 1956 while trying to organize
long-haul drivers.
MANY ACTS OF VIOLENCE

Pemberton said

she said, the county jail doesn't, about a dozen acts

there were
of violence,

including three shootings and two

dynamitings, d ur t n fc the five
month organizing drive. V !',
A committee investigator, La-

vert Duffy, said tho staff had
checked out 173 such incidents in
the area. He estimated they caused

at Heast two million dollars worth

of damage and Joss of business.
Byrd said no one ever was ar arrested
rested arrested for the amburfh ol his truck

or of an earlier shouting in which
its tires were damaged.,

"You'll lave to crry that dis

ability all your life, all- because

your employer wouldn't sign a
blackjack contract with the union,"
McClellan told him., "It's the pen penalty
alty penalty you paid for standing up for
your rights as an American to
earn a living for your family."

"That's the way I look at it"

J3yrd replied.

Bible-Wise Nigerian
IV Winner Slill Has
To Placate Ex-wife

NEW YORK Dec. ft fUPi-Theo'

philus Adepoju Aderonmu. the Bi

ble-quoting Nigerian who has won

$80,000 in TV quiz money." slill has

to answer to his ex wife on charg

es to non support despite' their

courtroom "reconciliation."

Mrs. Fay Aderonmu of Louis

ville, Ky., returned to Bronx do

mestic relations court this week

to ask for a non support sum

mons against her 30-year-old hus husband
band husband in behalf of herself and their

daughter, Sheila, 2. Less than 24
hours before., the Aderonmus hsd

kissed, and made up in the same

courtroom.

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3rd Klansman Guilly
Of (aslraling Negro
Gels 20-Year Term

BIRMINGHAM. Ala. Dec.

(UP) A third Ku Klux, KWns KWns-man
man KWns-man has been found guilty of cas

trating a Negro handyman and

which "set rare relations back for
for the crime, described as one

wheih 'set race relations- bake for
50 years."

A jury deliberated only 50 min

utes before returning a verdict of

guilty against Jesse W. Mabry. 45

of Birmingham, identified as the
secretary treasurer of the Ku

Klux Klans of the Confederacy.

Mabry was given the maximum

penalty of 20 years lor the charges

of mayhem and assault with in

tent to kill by Judge Alta L. King.

The judge said the castration oi

Negro Judge Aaron has "set race
relations back for perhaps 50
years as well as the friendly re relations
lations relations which have existed betwe

en the North and South. You have

drawn the attention of Jhe en entire
tire entire world to Alabama and the

South in a most unfavorable light."

Mabry admitted that a klan

meeting was held In his house at
which it was decided to kidnap

and emasculate a Negro. He also

"What happened?', Justice

Charles Horowitz asked Mrs. A-

deronmu, a 23-year-oid clerk at

Louisville Army Base.
"I was under nervous strain and
tension yesterday your honor," she
replied. "An important question
like this can't be decided in one
afternoon, 've thought it all over,
and 1 do not want to remarry
Theophilus."
Horowitz, who originally advisei
the Aderonmus to oVe their mar marital
ital marital problems- amicabIe;Tssued the

6; summons, returnable next Mon-

uaj.
Aderonmu, son of the chief of
the Nigerian Yoruba ; tribe, .- met
his. wife in 1950 when he came

here to study at the University

of Louisville. They were divorce

last year. Mrs. Aderonmu learned
that her husband was in the mo money
ney money be watching OBS TV's $64,-

000 question program Nov. 28.
The Nigerian won the $64,000

jackpot and decided to go on for

the $128,000 plateau. Last Tuesday
he raised his winnnings to $80,000

He said he would uso the money

to finish his studies at the Univer

sity of Chicago's School of Biolo

gical Sciences. Mrs. Aderonmu

contends that she and her child
should share the winnings.

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Wash.), above, has stated that
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the Uncle Sam's Project Van-
guardf and urges that a parallel
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Benson Likes Ideas
Of Wage Freeze, Cut
In Price Supports
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Benson 1 3.n i h t applauded as
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leader's proposal that labor accept
a one-year freeze on wages to help
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W. Wilson While
Appointed To Nevf
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W. Wilson White was formally
appointed by President; Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower today to- be the nC w
assistant attorney general for civil
rights: 4 .
White," 51,' is an assistant at at-torneygeneral
torneygeneral at-torneygeneral nowrbut the White
House said his appointment to the
new- post vwould be submitted to

th Senate tor continuation.

The White House previously naa
announced the President's inten intention
tion intention of moving White from the
Justice Department's legal office
to ;the controversial civil rights
division.
Since White already had been
confirmed by the Senate, the ad administration
ministration administration could have bypassed
a new test by simply transferring

him to the new post. But the

White House said the Senate
should have a chance to pass on
his qualifications anew.

The justfce 'Department said

White already had submitted his

resignation as an assistant attor

ney general. me president win

accept it," officials 1 said, shortly
before Whitei is sworn in to his

new tost. tnerenv canceume ins

previous benate connrmation.

! White House Press Secretary

James C. Haeertv said the Presi

dent felt that since Whitei would

ber deahnc with the civil nehts

controefMi ht-wanted'the' Senate
to haver"the t right 'of confirma

tion in nhe new nost. 5

Officials said that White agreed

with the President tftit th Mm

imttea, should have thp neht tn

explore fully his views on civil
rights.

Former 'Ganabusfer'

juuuc trauii vi ni

Becomes Deputy AG
-ASHINQTOl, Dec. S (UP)

Walsh. Of New York, a prariuatn

OF i former Oriv. T h a m c -V.

Dewey's gangbusters. was named

by .President Eisenhower tnrlAv as

the new deDUtv attorney eeneraf

AppaintmeJit- of the 45-vear-old

judge means that the two toD

posts in the Justice DeDartmenf

will; remalhtlJn ithfeS hand of

former Dewey-associates. Walh

will fill ithe vacancy created bv

the Dromotion ,of William p-

Koers, another former Dewey

tme. to I attorney Beneral.

Rogers; moved up after Herbert

Brownelr Jr. resiened from the

cabinet to resume nnvate law

practiced Roers told newsmen

Walsh probably ould undertake

his new duties some time next

week. I

The refess "appointment is sub-

Ject'to Senate confirmation when
Congress returns next month. No

Church Council Asks
Americans To Rise
To Space Challenge
RT T mirrR Mo ffJee. 6(UP1

The National! Council of Churches
Aillul nn Americans- tndav to rise

tn tha- haiienc nf "the new era

of space penetration .,wiui wns wns-tian
tian wns-tian courage and a determination
to work harder than ever for

Peace. . ....

A resolution aaopiea Dy me
nniinnii'e tricnninl Heneral Assem

bly acknowledged soberly that

"the accelerating a r m s mce
which now grips our world may
IpoH Hireetlw to a war which will

destroy civilization." ; ; :

It appealed.; to tne nation 10
...nnnll in th rlanr with "confl-

dent action" rather than "panic."

And it warned mat Dunning di&ski
and faster missiles ol our own
is not the only kind Of action that

is needed. : i .

. America "should seize tne pres present
ent present crisis as an .opportunity : to
give increased moral and spiritual
leadership lo the world," the res resolution
olution resolution declared. It urged a "re "redoubled"
doubled" "redoubled" effort to negotiate a
"workable" agreement for world
disarmament, and "new diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic intiative" to achieve con constructive
structive constructive settlement" of other

international issues.
. Above all, it said, Americans
u..TJ ..ntvinrnlwir that "find IS

still sovereign" over men and

nations-on earin aim m
opening vistas of outer space.
"Recent events, faro from ret
ducing the reality and role of
Christian, faith, emphasize both
its f meaning and its necessity,
.u-. Kl fTrl this faith.

we welcome such, new potential-
iiina no YnvV onhannO. 1)11111811 life

i civ. .J no i t-
under God and we rededicate

ourselves to worK wim aim ju
changing those things which
threaten destruction of human life
and. its highest values."

REDS SEE LEGAL ABORTION
VIENNA (UP) The Health

Committee of the Communist

Czech Parliament has approved a
draft permitting abortions 'in
Czechoslovakia, was reported to today,
day, today, Prague Radio said the draft,
still subject to parliamentary ap approval,
proval, approval, provides that abortions
"for medical and other reasons
will be allowed by special com committees
mittees committees which will examine each
indiyidual case." The draft states
that the abortions- must be per performed
formed performed in state hospitals.

difficulty was expected; however.

The Senate confirmed Walsh as

a judge less than a month after

he was appointed in. 1954.

Rogers, who if highly regarded ;

on Capitol Hill, was expected- to-;

use his own influence to smooth i

the way for Walsh's confirmation.

Roers and Valsh served to

gether on Dewey's staff from 1938
to "1941 when Dewey was making i
a name for himself as a young I

eangbusting district attorney, in

Mew V one. Roger;, then was the

assistant district attorney and

Walsh was his deputy.

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- SUrrlng Bart LANCASTER and Kirk DOUGLAS, the
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SUNDAY BARBECUEI
Join the crowd from noon Sunday in the
Cabana Club area to enjoy this informal,
outdoor way of dining.

Bella Vista Room
open nightly except Monday, providing
the finest in cuisine with the music of of-Clarence
Clarence of-Clarence Martin's Orchestra

Balboa Room
. for breakfast and luncheons
Balboa Bar for the best in drinks

Coffee Shop your round-the-clock
service for drinks, snacks
and meals

"ft m ni iRpnsnn taid

in a speech prepared for an all-

agriculture banquet sponsored Dy
Iowa State College here.
Airother members of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower -cabinet. Labor Secretary
James P. Mitchell, had said pre previously
viously previously that the idea deserved
fi.Minn. .inclrinrfitinn

The wage freeze was proposed
bv Richard J. Gray president of

the building trades department of
the AFL-CIO. It has drawn sharp
fire from other union leaders, in

cluding AFL-CIO President ueorge
Meany who urged further wage
hi'-s. ;
For several years, Benson said,
a "consideraWe part". of increased

industrial profits and higher wages
"have been siphoned from the ec economic
onomic economic bloodstream of the nation

a i. tne expense of agriculture.
Benson noted that farm machin machinery
ery machinery prices ose again recently.
Gray's proposal, he added, "is
sound economic policy in this per period
iod period of inflation."
Daninn 1n tnlri hi porn helt

audience that federal farm price
nnrmrta ronnlpri with their in

evitable production curbs, have

cost tne Midwest us natural lead leadership
ership leadership in fed grain production.
He said this lead now is held by
the West, South, and Northeast.
Thp affripiiitiire 'secretary said

he hoped Congress would accept

nis proposal to eliminate corn
acreage controls, beginning in 1959
and authorize him to reduce corn
price supports below the present 75
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT OAltT NEW8P4PER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER H,
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Armed Forces, R.P.
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Panama Minor Loop
(age Champus Play
In Colon Tonight
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5-1 Win for 3-Way Deoi

Amateur

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tomorrow night at Fort

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Plenty of boxing Is In store for
," r. fiarht fans in a star stud
ied 12-bout program featuring
outstanding boxers from tne
Panama AAO and recent Pana

Vina Armed Forces participants

.'.from Fort Kobbe and Fort Clay
-:tbn.
..k Th nroeram is belne nresent

,.' d for the benefit of the Canal

.fZone united f-una campaign

, In eleven of the bouts Armed

WjForces stars are matched against
opponents from the Panama
AAU. Th lone allservice con-
v test nits Fort Kobbe's William

,' Pelcher against Fort Clayton's
Willie Hipps. Four recently
,1' crowned PAAF champions are
included in the program: Steve
VTnmmore. Robert Brooks, and

"'Booker Crosby of Fort Kobbe

' and Plummet Dinsmore of Fort

Clayton.
The program will get under under-!
! under-! way at 7:00 p.m. Approximately
J 2,500 choice seats will be avail -able.
The public is cordially in in-!
! in-! fited to attend. Donations will
U ht accepted for the Canal Zone
j iJnlted Fund campaign.
:Zi Following is a list of matches

tp the card:
!j !j; Fliweight
! if, Felix Jimenez (Panama)

vs

I Kls!tacion Caseres (Panama).

:?j Constantino Diaz (Panama)
Hitt Jerome Dawson (Fort Kobbe)
Antonio Morgan (Panama) vs
teonley Ashbury (Fort Clayton).
1 Jose Pacheco (Panama) vs
Jlummer Dinsmore (Fort Clay Clay-ion).
ion). Clay-ion). t
Featherweight
,'Salvatore Melendez (Panama)
ps Steve Dunmore (Fort Kobbe).
' Lightweight
t Humberto Herman (Panama)
L"W Donald Hopper (Fort Kobbe)
Antonio Morris
(Panama) vs
Arthur Johnson (Fort
Kobbe).

All sales and delivery of our BEERS and
CANADA DRY Products will be
suspended at all our plants on Monday,
December 9 since Sunday, December 8
has been officially designated as

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CERVECERIA NACIONAL, S. A.

Panama

the local sports spotlight
Clayton's Reeder Gymna

Welterweight
Francisco Gutierrez (Panama)
vs Robert Brooks (Fort Kobbe).
Middleweight!
William Belcher (Fort Kobbe)
vs Willie Hipps (Fort Clayton).
Oval Eastman (Panama) vs
Odi Fort (Fort Clayton).
Daniel vaneeas (Panama) vs
Booker T. Crosby (Fort Kobbe).
Heavyweight
Alberto Baynes (Panama) vs
Lester Powell (Fort Clayton).
Navy's Reifsnvder
Unanimous Choice
For Maxwell Award
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Navy
tackle Bob Reifsnyder, voted to
the United Press All American
second team, 'was a unanimous
choice today for the Maxwell Me Memorial
morial Memorial Football award as college
player of the -year.
The 20-year-old native of Rock-
ville Centre N. Y.. who played
perhaps the he A game of his ca
reer against Army last Saturday,
will receive the award at a din dinner
ner dinner here Jan. 14.
Others who were in the running
for the award were Walt Kowal Kowal-czyk
czyk Kowal-czyk of Michigan State and Lee
Grosscup of Utah. Kowalczyk was
named to the U. P. All-America
first team backfield and Grosscup
to the second team.
NEW CRUSADER CAPTAIN
WORCESTER, Mass., (UP)-
Jim Healey of Arlington, Va., a
five-foot, 11-inch guard who weighs
210 pounds, has been elected to
captain the 1958 Holy Cross foot
ball team. He succeeds Die Sur
rette of Leo ninister, Mass.
n
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The TAT-Bridgestone team,

champions of the Panama Pro Provincial
vincial Provincial Minor League basketbail
tournament, will take on the
champions of the Colon League,
the Viceroy Cigarette quintet, in
the Abel Bravo Gym in colon to tonight
night tonight at 8:00.
This eame is the second of the
series. The Viceroy smokers, un under
der under the direction of Francisco
Gilkes, d e f e a ted the Tat-
Brldgestone five in the Panama
City National Gym 42-41 in a
spectacular thriller in their first
meeting.
Admission to this game will be
free for everyone. There will al
so be a preliminary game, com
mencing at 7:oo p.m. Derween
the runners-uo of the Panama
League, the European Furni
ture Store five, and the blue and
gold of the St. Joseph's College,
A large throne of fans from
both terminal cities is expected
to attend this sports event.
Half A Bob Cousy
Better Than Some
NBA Baskefballers
Boston Celtics Coach Red Auer Auer-bach
bach Auer-bach once said "half a Bob Cousy
is better than somp player? in the
National Basketball Association,"
and thut statement never was any
truer than today.
Cousy, hampered by a thigh In
jury and limited to spot perfor
mances in recent games, came off
the bench in the waning minutes
Wednesday night and scored nine
noints to lead the Celtics tn a 108 108-98
98 108-98 win over the Minneapolis Lak Lakers.
ers. Lakers. The game was the only one
played after a doubleheader at
Philadelphia pitting D e troit
against Cincinnati and St. Louis
against the Warriors was post postponed
poned postponed untilt onight because of a
snow storm.
orders on
Colon 600

MARGARITA
BOWLING LEAGUE
Twelfth Wk
Casa Yohi'os continued to press
ih loaoup trading Elks by taking
four noints from the cellar dwell
ing Pepsi Cola, while the Elkmen
were taking three from Grants
standfast. This moves Yohros to
iiMnthin nn nnint of the leaders
Yohros Brown and Oesterle rolled
512 each and took Class B prize
this week.
The F.Iks were rolling some
close ones with Giants, losing
the first by six pins and winning
the second by tw. ana tne uura
with enough margin for total pin
fall.
The Aces continued their win winning
ning winning ways by taking three points
from the Police Assn. This mov moved
ed moved them from seventh into sixth
place. It seems they waited too
long to finish well in the money.
But watch out next half. H o p p e
led the Aces with a 553 series
and took Class A money this
week.
Even using a blin-l Wright Bros
managed to take three from the
Shriners to hold theii fifth posi position.
tion. position. Butz 467 series didn't lead
the the Wright plumbers hut it
was high enough to take Class L-
prize.
STANDINGS
W
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31
25
25
22
21
21
IS
Elks No. 1542
Casa Yohros
Grants Standfast
Police Assn
Wright Bros.
Aces
Shriners
Pepsi-Colt

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TOP TEN
Hogan
Sanders
Finnegan
Colbert
Hoppe
Spinney
Robinson
St. John
Guest
Stilson
177-13
176-22
173-7
170-34
170-15
168-21
168-1
167-15
166-27
164-10
CASA YOHROS

Robinson 175 185 157 517
Oesterle 180 146 186 512
Brown 219 1,47 146 512
Finnegan 176 198 135 509
Hogan 157 178 210 545
907 854 834 2595
vt. Ptpsi-Cola
Corro 154 147 119 420
Chuljak 133 190 134 457
Yee 118 131 129 378
Tom 156 114 127 397
Tagaropulos 136 134 135 405
697 716 644 2057
94 94 94 282
791 810 738 2239
Grants Standfast
DeVollx 168 142 159 469
Brooks 126 155 157 438
Graham 133 137 167 437
Johnson 146 156 145 447
St. John 167 180 134 481
740 770 762 2272
21 11 17 49
761 781 779 2321
vt. Elki No. 1542
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Benson 158 195 183 536
Stone 153 81 234
Bartram 106 149 255
Colbert 179 162 167 508
Sanders 159 199 183 541
Crawford 146 142 288
755 783 824 C364
Aces
Hulka 167 133 124 424
Stilson 146 158 197 501
Moorman 211 128 159 498
Hoppe 210 166 177 553
Spinney 170 1 164 166 500
904 749 823 2476
vs. Pallet An.
Gibson 166 143 182 491
Tully 143 153 149 445
Collins 197 129 133 459
Guest 156 167 157 480
Martin 158 137 146 441
820 729 767 2316
33 33 33 99
853 762 800 2415
Wright Bros.
Watson 135 125 178 438
Hicks 157 135 148 440
Wright 190 119 176 485
Butz 160 152 155 467
(Blind) 144 144 144 432
786 675 801 2262
vt. Shrinert
Blakely 95 160 124 379
Reed 104 108 148 360
Carpenter 139 180 137 456
Jeffriet 137 150 159 448
Judge 134 159 154 447

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659 80S 770 2232
Road Tour Sunday
Monthly Event 01
Isthmian Car Club
A road tour is planned as the
monthly event by the Isthmian
Sports Car Club. It will take place
Sunday, Dec. 8.
The group will meet at Diablo
Clubhouse at J: 00 a.m They plan
to leave. at 9:30 a.m. sharp, going
straight to the limits, where they
will be joined by a Guardia Na National
tional National escort, who will lead the
group to many of Panama City's
interesting and historical x sites.
Then on southward along the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Highway to it's sourth sourth-era
era sourth-era terminus at La Capitana.
A representative of the Darien
tub-committee on the Pan-American.
Highway will be on hand to
meet them. He has arranged some'
interesting entertainment, and re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. If you're intersted in swimming
bring your swimming togs. Any Anyone
one Anyone interested in pbotograpy has
a wonderful opportunity on a tour
of this kind to get some real
pictures, so bring your cameras.
Gordon. Theii, of the activities
commitUe.hat made all the 1 ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, and hat done aa ex excellent
cellent excellent good job. He hat only one
request. Please be at Dablo and
ready to go on time at the event
it running on time schedule. That
should insure our visiting the most
interesting places.
One short note about the club's
monthly meeting, it has normal normally
ly normally been held the second Friday

Smoker rooters who were dis disappointed
appointed disappointed and worried over their
club's 7-2 loss to Cerveza Balboa
on opening night breathed eas easier'
ier' easier' today in the wake of Ches Chesterfield's
terfield's Chesterfield's 5-1 victory over the
Carta Vie a Yankees last night
which created a triple tie in
the Pro League standings.
A three-run homerun blast
over the right field fence In
the first Inning after Nicho Nicholas
las Nicholas Aloysius and Carlos Heron
had walked gave the Smokers
and southpaw Jim O'Reilly a
three run lead.

It was a 5-0 game in the sec
ond on Henry Mitchell's leadoff
double, an infield out wnicn
moved Mitchell to third. O'Reil
ly's sacrifice fly, Aloysius" "single
which (ihased loser Bill Franco,
a balk- by reliever Bob Aylmer
and a double by Carlos Heron.
Aylmer blanked the smokers
the rest of the way, giving up
three hits, one of them a triple
by Aloysius in the seventh. The
shortstop was the leading bat batter
ter batter of the contest with two-for-three.
O'Reillyv who gave up the
Smokers' lone tally permitted
three safeties and worked six
complete innings. Mamavlla Oso Oso-rio
rio Oso-rio pitched one-hit ball over the
last three frames.
Carta Vleja's marker crossed
the plate in the third on a base
on balls to Tony Bartirome. a
wild pitch and a single by Bob
Barron.
O'Reilly committed two balks,
which added to Aylmer's, made
a total of three in the game
that got underway 43 minutes
late because of a power failure.
With outfielder Eddie Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon still a holdout, and fly fly-chaser
chaser fly-chaser Rodman Nunez injured,
veteran infielder Frank Austin,
played left field for the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers last night.
No game will be played to tonight,
night, tonight, cerveza Balboa, with Win Winston
ston Winston Brown on the mound, will
engage the smokers tomorrow
Jim DePalo "I. .ed' to
night.
start :
Electrifying Ellas
Carta Vieja
Ab R H Pa
5 0 0 2
Kropf, cf
Bartirome, lb .... 3
Barron, ss 4
Boak, 2b 3
Schmidt, rf 4
Wilhelm, 3b 4
DeGroote, if ..... 2
Shantz, c 2
Panco, p 1
Aylmer, p 2
1
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1
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1
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0
0
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Hendrick 1
31 14 24 B
fanned for Aylmer
Hendrick
in 9th.
Chesterfield
Aloysius, ss 3 2 2 2 0
Heron, 3b 2 1 12 11
Parris, 2b ........ 4 0 0 1 3,
E. Osorio. lb ..... 3 1 1 9 0
Prescott, rf ...... 4 0 0 1 0;
Austin, it 4 0 0 1 0
Mitchell, cf 4 1 2 3 0'
Cobos, c 3 0 0 7 0
OTJielly, p 1 0 0 0 2
A. Osorio, p 1 0 0 2 0
29 5 6 27 6
Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 001 000 0001 4 0
Chesterfield 320 000 00x 5 6 0
SUMMARY Runs batted in:
E. Osorio 3, CRlelly, Heron, Bar Barron.
ron. Barron. Earned runs: Chesterfield
5, carta Vieja 1. Two base hits:
Mitchell, Heron. Three base hits:
AloyslusA. HR: E. Osorio. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice hits: CRlelly. Wild pitch:
O'Rielly. Balk: O'RieUy 2, Ayl Aylmer.
mer. Aylmer. Struckoutly: Franco 1, O' O'Rielly
Rielly O'Rielly 4, Osorio 3. Base on balls
off: Panco 2, O'Rielly 6, Aylmer
1, Osorio 1. Left on base: Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 5, Carta Vieja 10. pitch pitchers
ers pitchers record: Franco 5 runs, 3 hits
in 6 innings. Winning pitcher:
O'Rielly (1-0). Losing pitcher:
Franco (0-1). Umpires: Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, Moore, Hinds. Time of
game: 2:05. A
PASTRANO IN, LONDON
NEW ORLEANS, (UP-Heavy-weight
title contender Joe Pas-
trano, who trrived Aere lor a 10-
uay vacation Wednesday, said he
will fight next in London, probably
against Jos Krskine on Jan. 20.
of every month. With the change
of management at El Panama Panama-Hilton
Hilton Panama-Hilton came a request from the
new manager, Pierre Jacquillard.
who it taid to be aa avid sports
car fan, to change the club's meet
ings. Such fane cooperation has
been received from the Hotel in
the past snd all .agree that it is
a tine place to meet, club officials
readily s greed..
This month's meeting will be
held oa Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 7:30
p.m. in the Salon Washington, of
1 Panama Hilton.
Members sre reminded that the
nominations for club officers will
he opened at this- meeting.
Hope to see you all at tbt meet meeting,
ing, meeting, if not at the event Sunday.
' JODEE

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams x
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Carta Vieja t.J..
Cerveza Balboa .....
Chesterfield . . . .
TOMORROW
At Olympic Stadium:
Cerveza Balboa (Brown 1-0)

Game time: 8 o'clock. : r" ;
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT:
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield 5 Carta Vieja Jji

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Summer Party, a reportedly
speedy British-bred two-year-old
bay colt, is scheduled to breaK
into the local racing picture in
Sunday's second race for import
ed lion-winners. This promising
English newcomer is owned by
the Stud Buena Fe.and trained
by Luis H. Farruela.
ouo
Speedy Rutilante, fresh from
a victory last week, will race
for a new owner on Sunday.
Rutilante, a prospective favo favorite
rite favorite in the first race, was ac acquired
quired acquired by the Stud Rio Gran Grande
de Grande and is being trained by Eus Eus-tacio
tacio Eus-tacio Garcia de Paredes.
oOo
After Me, a five-year-old Eng
lish-bred horse owned by the
Stud La Pomarada, died Wedne
day night after suffering an
attack of colic. The once-promising
bay son of After Mldnlght-
Larchlace failed to live up to
expectations locally. He was
hampered by weak ; underpin
nings.
oOo
Unbeaten Argentine colt San
? J
this week revealed that the win
ner of his seven local starts is
being prepared to be shipped to
Miami soon. He will prooaoiy
see- action during the forthcom
ing meeting at Gulfstream Park.
Six newcomers, most or tnem
two-year-olds, will fill the gap
left in the Silvio Lazzarin string
of racers here. It Is hoped that
J: one or two of the expected ar-
veiop into topnotchers.
ooo
Sensational Panamanian Jock
ey Manuel Ycaza, now starring
at the Golden Gate Fields race racetrack
track racetrack in California, has the high highest
est highest rating of all jockeys in the
entire United States in the Turf
and Sport Digest's monthly rat
ings. Ycaza, who failed to im-
press this writer as being some
thing extra-special while riding
at the Juan Franco oval, must

Suddenly Active White Sox
Say They Have Two More
Baseball Trades Cooking

By MILTON RICHMAN
i
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.,
(UP) "We've got two more deals
cooking," claim the suddenly ac active
tive active Chicago White Sox, who now
are trying to get back some of
the batting power they gave up
to produce "the best pitching staff
in the American League."
Within the pan two days, the
White Sox have added pitchers
Early Wynn and Ray Moore to
their staff o separate deals with
Cleveland and Baltimore.
To get Wynn and Al Smith
from the Indians Wednesday, the
White Sox were forced to give up
their big stiek man, Minnie Mi Mi-noso,
noso, Mi-noso, along with utility infielder
Fred Hatfield And in the Moore
deal with the Orioles they gave up
slugging Larry DoDy.
Great Pitching 5ta
Frank Lane of Cleveland, who
made Wednesday's deal with the
White Sox, said Chicago now has
a pitching staff quite capable of
winning the pennant.
"I hope this deal alerts the
Yankees," said Lane, who is still
trying to do business with them
for a second baseman, preferably
Bobby Richardson.
Wednesday's deal was the first
one Lane, made since taking over
as Cleveland general manager
three weeks ago,. Like the Whits
Sox, he uid he,, too, was trying
to swing ji pair of deals on two
other fronts.
SMkiitf Several Deals',
One of his projected deals is
with Washington, presumably for
second baseman Pete Runnels,
and the other is the one be still
has hopes for with the Yanks. The
Yankees want Ray Narleski and
Lane would like either Don (Per-
fect Game) Larsen or Johnny
Kurks along with Richardson.
Meanwhile, major league play player
er player representatives are asking that.
the present major league salary
minimum be increased te $7,000
per season and that bonus players

w
1
1
1
L
1
1
1
Pet,,
CB
.500'
.500,:
NIGHT'S- GAME .r.'vW
Chesterfield (DePalo 0-0) vt.
have improved a great deal ,'ti
account for the prodigious feat
ne nas accomplished abroadt
oOo .(&.;
Nine more youngsters th
brilliant Irish stallion KeyhaVed
are scheduled to arrive at ith
President Remon racetrack fronj
the Eleta brothers' Haras Sa
Miguel brood farm some rami
this month.
Seven are colts and the othe
two fillies. They will all be two
year-olds come New Year's Daw
official birthday of. au rao
horses bom in the Northern
hemisphere.
OOO-r-
Tbe first shipment of the
group of 20 Argentine two-year-olds
recently purchased
by President Remon racetrack
manager P a b 1 o Arosemena
Thayer were scheduled to ar-l
rive on the isthmus today
Nine -of the; animals wera ex
pected to arrive in this ship
ment. They will all be placed oil
sale immediately alter tneir ar
rival. -W- At ,'
)". oOo
Chilean veterinarian Dr.' Et
uardo Gonzalez has offered $
obtain seven Chilean-bred twi
yearrolds for sale to local own
era through the track manage
ment that he will personally sel
p.t. Tf the transaction boei
through, the rivalry between
the Argentine and Chilean colt:
should be interesting, i i.,: : ."
Dr. Gonzalez made his of fei
while visiting the Isthmus earls
tms weeK.
oOo -Donald
Vincent. the race
track's official workout clocked
won the monthly tipsters con
test for November. The Panama
American's selector was second
and El Panama America third
Vincent also holds a comfor-l
table lead, in the trimestral con-l
test. He leads The Panama AmerJ
lean and El Panama America
which are deadlocked in second
place, by eight winners,
should not be counted in the 25-
piayer umit.
ine representative, headed by
National League SDokesman Rnhm
Roberts of the Phillies and Amer
ican League spokesman Eddie
Yost, discussed the subjects at
meeting here Wednesday.
Collon Bowl Game
May be Navy's Last
Post-Season CohfesI
NEW YORK (UP ) Cant Sl.ria
Cutter, director of athletics at the
u. a. wavai Academy, taid today
that the Cotton Bowl meeting with
Rice next Jan. 1 "probably will
be our last appearance in a post postseason
season postseason howl for some time."
Capt Cutter said "special cir circumstances"
cumstances" circumstances" caused Navy te ac accept
cept accept bowl bids in 1954 and this
year but pointed to a "long-standing
policy at the Academy not to
narticipate in post-season garnet."
He : said such aDDearances inter
fere with the heavy aeademie
schedule at Annapolis.
Capt Cutter said he learned
after assuming his duties last
August that the Navy players had
oeen promised tney could ;oto i
bowl game' if they had a credit creditable
able creditable record id beat Armv this
yeaf. Navy complied with- both
conditions by compiling an 1 1 1
record and "'eating Army, 14-0.
THAT'S THAT' :
TOPEKA,'" Kan. (UP-LMrs. Lee
Schrelner refuses to pay city gar garbage
bage garbage col'ection fees because she
gets rid of her waste by feeding
it. to chickens. When told a city
ordinance prohibits chickens, she
had a ready answer. Her bark-
yard chicken pea is ia anotad

C
0
1

township, b said.



PAGE ELEVEN

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
RIDAY, DECEMBER 1957

Card:

. o... .

Fourth

Series

SWB-IB . : III! 11 ..

Thoroughbreds Mat(h;Strides
InSo&Seven Furlong &rint
1 CA. l,i-4 'nl f mirth series imported thorough

bredr; twl to th $650 seven, lurlon,! main
"Stta seven Scheduled starters .reexpected
tlg.dk Grmnio,M.ch.rJP

,4 DIABLO WOMEN'S
v BUSINESS LEAGUE

Teams

Maxim's V- 1 r
Glidden Paints ;

Ancon Grille Bar

Balboa Beer
Mountain Dew ;
Piaff

Copa

Transportes Baxter

W L
25W
23Vi 15i
22 IT

22
18
17
16
12

17
21
22
.23
27

nnA ;hUnre.Only Rosier appears

,f V. ' i' i '"" . in rulfi and

Bias Aguirre win ---

Hector Ruiz wuj "u
,t t.h imDOsslble" on Rosier,

-

ibovementloned

-Any ,o -r. : t,i-

sextet. couia goo" A-:

s victory over Hosugaaui
OramUlii Michirlpa and Ger Ger-SSSSivrbeeii
SSSSivrbeeii Ger-SSSSivrbeeii racing apinst
Sr competition. Delta-,
tarns nfter brief rest follow-tae-
a second place finish- to
Zsy Horaciof In that same
race, Embassy was third ana
Hostigador fourth. 1

TAst week leading Jockey

Braullo Baeza pUoted Embassy
to his- .Impressive victory. He
turned a Tniile In 1:40 1-5 over a
sloppy track while defeating
Hostigador by a length and one one-haM?'
haM?' one-haM?' 'Fernando Alvarez rode
Hostigador. This week Baeza will
be aboard Hostigador while- Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Vasquea will handle tne
reins on Embassy.; .;
smooth riding :Chilean jockey
Gulllermo Rivera will, do the
booting on aeramnio while Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Ycaza will guide Michiri Michiri-oa.
oa. Michiri-oa. Ruben .Vasauez, has the leg

up on .speedy Qramilla. Hustling rtiv.e program.

ftfrnro mat Lira

mUlt ffigador and Deltaill
cutout a sizzling pace wltii Bm Bm-bassy,lGerman!o
bassy,lGerman!o Bm-bassy,lGerman!o and Mlcwripa
joining them in the J"JJ
for a rousing- stretch battle. Ros Rosier
ier Rosier figures to be close up tor the
first half of the race, then fade.
An added attraction on the
program will be, the return to
action of native thoroughbred

Fctphan This Classy jwu-j-
S StnKn of KeyhVen KeyhVen-Utuana
Utuana KeyhVen-Utuana has tort two of 15 starts
but already is being hailed by
some knowing horsemen as the

best native since me my..

The track's handicapper opines
that Esteban. Is so superior to
oamViArnrAll T.anftrn and Con-

.at. rir. that the native is

being excluded from the betting

althougn n wiu De nu ucUuu
gainst imported competition.
Eight other, prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are Included on an attrac-

Race Track Graded Entries
f.P.- Hrt . . Jockty St. Commtn s Odds
1st Race,' 6th Series Imp. 7 FgS.PurSe 400 Pool Closes 1;0Q
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE ;

1 Celestial Fire JY Tala. 105x ; -Could score at price
2 Grey Juan G. Rivera 110 iJockey may help
3Le Matelot B Aguirre 113 Form indicates
4 Mrs. Halligan' A: Reyes 107 -Reportedly, read
.. - ,VVul fight it out

5-1
3-1
EVEN
3-2
. 2-1
',

tnd Race,Vh Sertes'imp. 1 Fgs-Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:30
. ot 2ND RACE OF THE DOtJBLfi.,,

l-Mis'sMe Agliifre llS'ar'd 'tV beat lifer'
ShPlateado- V.' CasOllo 115 -Has good workouts s
3-Uluiescence Justinianl lOOx r-Gopd early Peed
. 4 Fenlx B. Baeza 110 -Returns m good shape
, 6 Coronation Day Reyes 105x Usually disappoints -i
.fil Fakir J. Talavera 107x -r-Nothing to recommend,
-7-X!ypress Bull H. Ruiz' U0 Has strongest finish

f "3-2
ft 3-1
8-1
"2-1
5-2
154
4-1

Pool Closes 2:00

'ird Race, "G" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $375

ONE TWO
i .. i ... ...
1 Nacho A. Reyes 105x Nothing to indicate
2 Moonshiner J. Talavera 107x Rates even less chance
3 Camargo B. Aguirre 108 Usually refuses
4 Jini Japa A. Ycaza 112 Better this week
5 Kalalu B. Baeza 115 Shouldn't miss here

10-1
15-1
101
3-2
1-2

Pool Closes 2:30

4th Race, Hia." Natives 4 -Fgs. Purse $375

lilSan' Cristobal J. Plul. 108 -Not much good
2 Full Moon G.-Montero 106 -Could surprise
3- E1 Pequeno B. Baeza 110 -Was never better

4 Folletltd, H. Gustinea io" e8"" :. "1U"'

A Vasquez' 116 Will fight it out
Gj Prescott 110 Not with this rider

5 Bagdad
6 Pichoto

. 7 Avispa

5-1
10-1
3-2
3-1
' 4-1
2-1
10-1

Feel Closes 3:00

sth Race. 6th Series Imp. T Fgs. Purse $400

1- iCamberwelL: Jiisttniani 97x -Lightweight. may ; help
2 Lanero J. Jimenez 112 -Form indicates

3Concrete fipe a. xvuiz iuo -uu .u.F...
4Esteban ( B. Baeza 113 -Excluded irom betting

3- 2
4- 5

2-1
XX XX

.u. --. eh srii lmn.8 Fis.Purse $400

vn -FIRS1, race OF THE DOUBLE
iViolln Viejo A.' Ycaza 115 Best early speed
' 2 1 Vanidad -R. Va6quez 115 Depends on start
Icach.tai J. Phillips 110 -Rte good chance
4Orimilda C. Quiros 103x -Would pay off
'5 Edith Piaf s B. Baeza 113 Usually gets left
6 Ocala Miss M. Guerrero 105 Not against these
,7Bradomln G. Rivera 115 Dangerous this time
g Cambrioleur V.. Castillo 11 Won in good time

Pool Closes 3:40

4- 1
2-1
5- 2
25-1
2- 1
50-1
3- 1
4- 1

ItH JUce, 5th ,Serle mp. Fgs. Purse $500 Pool Closes 4U0
lia JiK. 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

. lContralor J B. Baeza 113 Distance to liking
' 2-Serabuene R. Vasquez 110 -Better this week
'3Ezcasay A. Vasquez 110 Returns in good shape
i 4 Batallon "J. Rodriguez 118 -In fight te finish
' 5-i-Erlc H. Gustines 113 Could score in return
. Maria Stuardo Rivera 115 -Partial t distance -7
Golden Corn II Reyes 105x Seems eutclassed here

3-1
3- 2
4- 1
3-2
5- 1
8-1
10-1

w Kh Race. -F Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $S7 ;

.;,,f-,;;. : .v ... QULNIELA
1- loolden Wonder Vasquea 112 Post position hampers:
2 Julie -? A. Mena 115x A ways dangerous
; 3OUmpico C. BovU 110 -Best early foot t
"a mniiAu pm 107 Impressive wui last

5 pancno Lopez o. Kivera xiu loosea ooa m un

? 7 Black Gold G. Prescott 110 Nothing m monuis
t"i 8 Rapa jC. Quiroa 100x-Jiot against these

ool Closes 4:45

5-2
0-l
10-1
4-1
EVEN
31
: 25-1

SO-1

Sth Race, 3rd and 4th Series 7 F. Purse $651
.. v ONE TWO

Pool Hoses 1:15

' 1 Rosier
2 Delta J
" S-i-Embassy
? 4 Hostigador
5 Oermanio
- --Mlchiripa
7 Gramilla

7

H. Ruiz 103 'Doesn't seem possible
B. Aguirre 115 -Could jnake it here -:
A. Vasquez 115 to wide opea battle
- B. Baeza 108 Handicap in laver
G. Rivera 113 Excellent dassie rate T.
A. Ycaza 113 A-CouM bet up here
R. Vasquea-115 Fastest at geUway ...

100-1
5-2
V-l
' 5-2
2-1
7-2
31

10th Race, -SpeciaP Imp. t Fgs- Purse S45I

Pool Closes 5:45

1 Tbunderstreak A. oon. 100
2 Recife V: CastUlo 110
S Red Label B. Baeza 104
4 Sculptor R. Vasquez 116

5 Kinir John .B. Aguirre 108

Has improved workouts - 10-1
Ran well in debut ; 4-1
Weak effort in last 4-1
Shou d beat these EVEN

Usual ? disappoints ; ,'31

Maxim's 2 Mountain Daw 1
... .,: ''-if j :. ''
r Maxim's Cocktail Cuties conti conti-nueu
nueu conti-nueu keeping championship pace
in the Diablo ladies .eague, when
they dropped the Mountain Dew Dew-drops."
drops." Dew-drops." However, the Cocktailers
were hard pressed all the way. in
fact so hard pressed that they lost
the middle ,tgame by 17 pins,
The two gar pals, Alice Pierce
anC JLil Gunn, teamed up .or
Maxim's with 524 and 534, sets.
In her set Alice rolled a 182
scratch." For' the Mountain Dew
drinkers only Eva Stinson went fl flyer
yer flyer the 500 mark.
Glidden' Paints 3 Copa 0
The five shades of G.lidden
Painis were so ..veil suired anu
mixea that they painted a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful scene on the score sneeis, anu
painteu out completely their uc-

lonunate opponents, copa Airlines.

Every Glidden Paint glistened
with a 500 series. Marge Jacob-

son jarred toose i a 522, Loretta

Varies parked a 519, Grace Mos-

kowitz marked a 584, Anita tier -na
summeu a 565 and Kitty Van
Kmsi emptied an even 500., With
mis' type ot lolling uie Copa Air Airlines
lines Airlines were practicauy onlookers
they were so heipless. Oniy Bet Betty
ty Betty Brown brought on any resist resistance
ance resistance with a 535. This week's success-put'
the Glidden Paints in
the runner .up spot.
Ancon Grille -and Bar 3
Balboa Ber 0

The Grille Bar maids; put a

mickey in the Balboa JJeers, and
upset them by a whitewash job.
Tne Barmaids were tough,, espe

cially Vi Rudy s rousing 521
scratch series which gave her a
569 handicap, set., But it was Bet

ty Coleman that captured the

honors with a 577 Handicap .set;
which included a 201 scratch
camp. i i

Polly Blaney banked a 551 with
the league secretary and Liz Bus-:
ton broke 531. This shutout shov.

ed the ,Balboa. Beers' out of sec

ond place down to a lie tor me
third peg of the league standings.
Ruby Lehman lambasted 509, Ka Ka-thy
thy Ka-thy Nichols nicked 524 and the i i-mtial
mtial i-mtial gal B. J. Nelson nailed
down a 503.
Baxter 2 Pfaff 1:
Three measly pins in the last
game prevented the Transportes
Baxter from sweeping the series.
The transporters did move enough
pins of the lane to win the first
engagement by 21 pins, then in
the second they really mo,ved
when they delivered a 905 game

and trounced the Pfaff seamstress-the Pabst Blue Ribbon, beer. So

-.n tallied a 523. Joe Burfioon

so8, ana Cuny Bates a 3n. The

uoumtes kepi up wiin me league
leaueis and are only W point out.
For tfte "make-mme" Pabst Biue
Kioboii. Stmson stacked a 475.

Tne best woman series was cred credited
ited credited to: Mrs. Uallanair,C

';. L.)savers 2 Shaws Gift 1
: Paced by Dick La Beau, Life Life-savers
savers Life-savers captain, nis team took tne
oad point out pt three and now
have the same number oi wins
as josses, ror the nvoli Avenue
tinaw Gilt Shop, Bob Carlin snew snew-eu
eu snew-eu me way iur his quintet, and
tus team captain Gert Garni ga-

tnereu tne nonors xor the .emaie

specied of bowlers in this month.
Glllete 3 Grecha Music Shop 0

Rollins two weeks in a row on

one anu two alleys, piayed havue
with the central Avenue 1 Grecha

Music otore, and they just could

not put out any sweet music,

wnen tney dropped all three points
to the Gillete razors, who were
really sharp.
. ,'.
The only game that was close
if you call m pins close was in

the tirst game. The other two

were landslides for the Gillete

Blades. Jimmy Bowen shaved off

the highest, man series, and Dot Dot-tie
tie Dot-tie Williams took the high scor scoring
ing scoring honors for the damsels, Both
roll for Gilhte who are in third
slot of the loop.

es by 113 pins.

Tex Wray wrapped up a 522
scratch ana .o9 nauditap, and
Ann bimraK smackeu iW craicn
anu 5oi Handicap, ana nelen iiu iiu-gm
gm iiu-gm maMgea ,t6 join this duo wiin
Mi lunuicap. 'Tnree oi tne Fiau
maciunes were working smootdiy.

reaii oimms seat down m,.

Marge-ttougers roiled 534 and Mi-

mt jnetzger mastered a 602.

BALBOA MIXED League
A new league made its presence
ien in moil bowlm circles
wuen iguv ietms swung into uieu'
sticoiiu wee& at me ua uoa bom-a-reua
Vveutiesuay uigui. mere are
stiu' a iew openings remaining to
mae tins a urn team loop.
' This handicap Jeague embodies
naauy uewcouici's wuu nave no
ristauiisueu league aveiages.
iiieie idie at uie, end ot nine
games. uie picvious weed's scuies
vvin oe lauuiaieu ana nanuicaps
given out, men reviseu team
stauuings win oe issued, ine pres present
ent present standings are subject to
cnange.
Dottie Williams is'., the prexy,
anu Curly dates, secretary.
STANDINGS

Teams W L
Ttirco -5
Ebonies 5 1
Gillette 4 2
Shaws Gift 3 3
Lifesavers 3 3
Vaux Hall 2 4
Pabst Blue Ribbon 1 5
Grecha Music V4 5V4
Turco 3 Vaux Hall 0

, Turco products protected their
first place standing by fouling up
the Vaux Hall autos. The pro products
ducts products were lucky in the first
game winning by 13 pins, and in
the next pne the Lady Luck stay stayed
ed stayed with them, when they won by
two pins. In the last game, the

Vaux Halls were really stalled

and lost out by 74 pins.
Mel Leidner led his Turco Prod Products
ucts Products with 493m and Ray Walker
was the Vaux Hall best model
with 518. Helen Glud won the la lady
dy lady honors in this match.

Ebonites 3 Pabst Blue Ribbon 0
With the three males banging

away at the pins with vengeance,
the Ebonites broke the bottles-of

Racetrack Tips;

By CQNRADO

1-Le Matelot
2 Fenix .,

3 Kalulu
4 El Pequeno
5 Lanero'
6 Cachafas
7 Contralor
8 Pancho Lopes
9 Embassy
10 Sculptor

Cervecero
Coronation Day

Jipi Japa
Pichoto

Camberwcll

Edith Piaf

Batallon

Rabiblanco
Germanio

Narcotico

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maiiL 1

WHISTLE BLOWER Joe
Graboski of the Warriors
hacked Dolph Schayes at the
Municipal Auditorium in Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. The Syracuse forward
meshed the two foul hots en en-route
route en-route to breaking George Mi Mi-kan's
kan's Mi-kan's lifetime scoring record.

. like a cigarette

4-
lint!
11111

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Schoolboy Sports

BASEBALL TIMI IN LATIN
AMERICAN SCHOOL IN ZONI
. ..'. ... 1 -. : t V
The signal for baseball was giv

en Wednesday in the. Latin Amer American
ican American schools on the Canal Zone.
The occasion brought out hundreds
of fans at La Boca and Paraiso

where rival schools visited for
the opening of the 1957 campaign.

The day 8 activities proved inter

esting as could be attested by the

great enthusiasm displayed by the
large gatherings at both encoun encounters.
ters. encounters. At Paraiso where Santa Cruz
played, tans were treated to an
exciting siugfest between junior
high. boys. The engagement end

ed in a 10-10 deadlock as darkness

set in. However, the, Santa Cruz
firls' team ran roughshod over
araiso 16 to 2.
Rainbow City stole the show La
Boca, blanking the Pacific Side
male squad 6 to 0 while the las lassies
sies lassies squeezed a 3 to 1 verdict for
a clean sweep.
The fireworks featuring the sen senior
ior senior boys and girls representing
Rainbow City and Paraiso will
give bri liance to the latter'i dia diamond
mond diamond Friday afternoon. The lead leading
ing leading players in the high schools
will take the field for the initial
tussle.

Eduardo Morrell's Mentirosos
nine have taken over undisputed
leadership in the intramural soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball league being conducted for
senior boys attending the Paraiso
educational center.
The squad to date has won its
three assignments, dropping Los
Cardinales twice and the Yankees
once. They still have to prove
their undisputed claim against the
Braves, whom they have not met
as yet, their initial meeting being
postponed duet 0 wet gounds.
The opening ol the seventh
grade intramural so.tball league
ior girls took the spotlight this
week in Paraiso when Lana East-

monds Mariposas nine snanked

the Golondrinas captained by Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Dixon 12 to 9. The tussle was
a hard fought one with both as-

gregations pressing tenaciously all
the way.

Whatever
Happened to...
BYRON (WHIZZER) WHITI
In the days when Colorado was

struggling ior football recognition,
Byron 4Wh r) White provided a
tremendous boost by winning All All-America
America All-America honors in 1937 and set setting
ting setting a national rushing record of
1,121 yards in '38. He was bril brilliant
liant brilliant in the class room, too, and
became a Rhodes scholar. Later.

he played three season m the
tough National Football League

with Pittsburgh and Detroit, win winning
ning winning more acclai-.

Whatever happened to Whizzer
White? Tod.iy he's a successful at

torney in Denver, married and the

father of a 10-year-old future half halfback.
back. halfback.

Sports Briefs

TWO 1?5 HARNESS EVENTS
YONKERS, N. Y.. (UP) Yon

kers Raceway offers harness Tac

ing's two richest two year old I

events next year a? part of Us

1958 schedule. They are the $50.-

000 added Hilltop Trot and the
$50,000 added Empire Pace, both
to be run off sometime in Septem September.
ber. September. The track opem on Aug. 1.

CIGAR BOWL OUT
TAMPA. Fla. (UP)-The' Ciear

Bowl post season game scheduled

for Dec. 28 has been cancelled be

cause officials could not attract

satisfactory opponents. Morton An-

nis. president of the Ugar bowi

Assn. announced the cancellation
after several teams includin Tex Texas
as Texas Christian and Mississippi State

turned down bids.

SNOW CANCELS PIMLICO
BALTIMORE. Md. (UP-Snow.
which blanketed most of the East Eastern
ern Eastern seaho- 3 a forced postpone postponement
ment postponement of Wednesday's racing pro program
gram program at Phnlico, alru was resnon
sibile for calling off today's pro program.
gram. program. The two dav will tw made
up at the end of th cnrr"t sea season,
son, season, which runs to Dec. 14.

Panama Golf Club
To Elect 1958

Board ol Directors

The annual election of members
of the board of iirectors of the
Panama Golf Club will be held
at the club Saturday afternoon,
Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec. (. Polls
wiI open Saturday at 12 noon un until
til until 6 p.m., and Sunday from '10
a.m. until 4 p.m. ...
In accordance with the by-laws',
the following nominations have
been made, of which seven will
be elected to serve for a term
of two years: ;
1 Miguel J. Moreno Jr., Jorge
Boyd, John Westman, Felipe Cle Clement,
ment, Clement, Dick Dehlinger, Louis Mar.
tinz, Julio Va'des, Dr. Earl Ger
rans, Pedro A. Diaz, Manuel Es.
pinosa, Charles Powell, Agustin-dt
Mena, Thomas Oglesby," A. "G.
Robins, Louis Simpson, Dr. Artu Artu-ro
ro Artu-ro Tapia, A. A. Saarinen, Stanley
Fidanque, Dr. A. de la Torre.
The general meeting of the club
will be held on Thursday, Dec, 12,'
at 8 p.m., at which time there there-suits
suits there-suits of the erection will be an an-nounced.
nounced. an-nounced. AH stockholding members
are urged, to attend the meeting
in order that a voting quorum will
be present. Refreshments willbe
served.

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Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Larte
Beach Houm. On mil past the
Caiino. Phena Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OceensJde Cottage
Santa Clara. Boa 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877. Criatebal 3-1673.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homa. en
btach. Phona Thopmion. Balboa
1772.
Houses
FOR
RENT: Small homo. 3
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raomi witn auu
runnina pipa water at Maria lu lu-gania,
gania, lu-gania, Chilibra, $10 monthly.
Apply No. 1l2Via Baliaarlo Po Point.
int. Point. Phone 3-2474.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor or lady. Argentina Ave.
No. 75 Apartment 2. Beside 55
Street Cangrejo.
COPA Plane
Lands At Albrook;
Engine Trouble
v A COPA plane today made an
unscheduled landing at Albrook Air
Force Base at 7:49 this morning.
Bound for David in the interior
f Panama, he local airline plane
lost an engine and was forced to
land at Albrook.
This was the first instant of a
COPA plane landing at the U. S.
Air Force airfield.
Another COPA plane was prompt promptly
ly promptly dispatched to pick up the
stranded passengers and proceed
to David. ..
Repairmen were working on the
damaged plane at Aibrook today.
SOCIALIZED BOOGIE WOOGIE
tj.1i; mtpi The East German
Communists today announced the
ion of boogie woogie. The Soviet
zone newspaper National Zeitung
reported that the Communist re re-h.
h. re-h. lifted its ban on any
dance livelier than waltz or fox
trot.' East uermans now ijr
dance, such western imports as
the mambo, cha-cha, "jyP8"
boogie woogie. if danced rhyth rhythmically
mically rhythmically and aesthetically" with
'capitalist" features discarded.
U. S. EXPORTS UP
WASHINGTON (UP) The Cen Census
sus Census Bureau reported yesterday
that U.S. exports during October
totaled $1,672,000,000, nine per
cent higher than September but
about the same as the previous
October. Exports from January
through October totaled $17,488, $17,488,-700,000,
700,000, $17,488,-700,000, 13 per cent more than in
the. same period in 1956.
DIABLO BEAUTY
SHOP
For Your Holiday
Permanent
Tity Ours
$7.50 to $12.50
Phone 2-1322
Diablo Service Center
Upstairs
T
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Service
CALL
2
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3
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Tel. 3-0383

Apartments

ATTENTION, O. 1.1 Jut belli
modern famished apartment!, I,
2 bedroom, bet. cold watar.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with extra large living and
dining room, terraces, modern
cloieti, maid'a quarters, hot wat water,
er, water, all screenned in "Niievo
Campo Alagre". clot to 50th
street. Phone 3-3273, Panama.
FOR RENT: Beautifully all fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista,
Ave. Mexico 69 near 43rd St.
Phona 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable one bedroom apartment
suitable for small family In St.
Regis, building Calle Darien for
details call: Panama 2-1455
During office hours.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive residental section. Bella
Vista. Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Elegant luxurious
apartments, modern construction,
ad conveniences, residential sec sector,
tor, sector, two bedroom, sliding glass
doors, elevator service. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices. Tell. 3-l 1 07.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, living, dining, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's quarters, elevator,
garage, wonderful view of the
bay on the 4th and 5th floors
or a brand new 5 story apartment
building in Campe Alegre, 50th
St., corner of Manuel d'e Icaxa.
Call office hours 3-4994 for ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment, maid's room,
garage, near Hotel El Panama.
Call 3-5024.
VFW's Cooties
(Continued from Pace 1)
such, high value to needy
pa-
tients.
"Let's make it Operation San Santa
ta Santa Claus and not Operation T.B."
he said.
Pup Tent No. 1, Shangri-La.
of VFW Post 3822, Curundu, was
represented at the hospital visit
by the following member: E.
Coe, R. H. Bryan. C. Brltt. C.
Hill and F. Greenwood. Pup Tent
No. 2, Una Via, of VJF.W. Post
3835, Cocoli, had the following
attending members: Seam Squir Squirrel
rel Squirrel F. L. Blankenshlp, Hospital
Chairman G. W. Alexander,
News Hound Sol J. Kaplan, who
is also the Custodian of the
Crummy Duffle Bag, Blanket
Bum L. G. Allen, W. G. Monroe,
D. Harrison Provost. Marshall F
C. Wagner and post member!
Charles Baguet.
The hospital fund of Pup Tent
No. 2 was used towards purchasing-
candy, magazines, chewing
gum, a high chair and toys for
the children.
Cootie Monroe played his
electric Hawaiian guitar to
lead the Cooties and the pa patients
tients patients in songs, as well as fur furnishing
nishing furnishing the music for dancing
the tamborito. The Cooties
took turns at this with the su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of the nurses as
well as with a few of the pa patients.
tients. patients. The most hilarity was shown
in the ward of the incurable
cases. Visits were also made to
each ward for the patients' en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Magazines were al also
so also donated bv the Servicio Con Continental
tinental Continental de Publlcaciones.
Cootie Sky Pilot Ed Coe, who
is proficient in Spanish, led the
patients of each ward in prayer
before leaving. The cooties left
each ward singing "Vamonos"
with a promise "To Return," as
MacArthur did. And they will
when Operation Santa Claus oc occurs
curs occurs in the hospital on Dec. 21
at 2:00 p.m.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Pedro Miguel
Sunday coming, there will be a
Phil Miller handicap shoot in two
25-target events, with the usual
percentage purses. y
Following this a few session of
protection miss and out are plan planned.
ned. planned. This will be the Olympic
double-barrel style where you pro protect
tect protect yourself with a second shot
at the same target.
The shoot starts at 9:30. Come
early and enjoy a few practice
rounds. Th new electric trap is
doing a "bang up" job with ev
eryone pleased with its perform
ance.
I IITTLE "O
It tokes some people oil yeor
to poy for their poid vocations.

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the
Automobiles
FOR SALE 1 951 Ford Custom
2 door, $325. Good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Phone Curundu 2248 or
Qtrs. 2230.
FOR SALE: 53 Oldsmobile 98
Holiday equipped, $900. Qtrs.
7II-C Lacona.
FOR SALE: 1957 Fiat, 1100,
tour door sedan, 2700 miles.
$1295 cash. Phona Quarry
Heights 2278 quarters 18.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlane
"500" Victoria, two 4oor, hard
top, automatic transmission,
transmission power steering,
radio, padded dash, waw, two
tone, like new. $2300.00. Al Albrook
brook Albrook 7242.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
2 door Champion, now tires,
overdrive, R & H, hillhold'er.
44.000 miles, St. Carter Navy
2295.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge in ex excellent
cellent excellent shape. $395 but will ac accept
cept accept best offer. Call 85-3293 or
82-4173.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
convertible. Excellent condition
$500.00. Call 82-4144 or 82-
5303 after 4:00.
FOR SALE
Buick Sedan, 1950, property of
Alfred L. Castine, deceased, car
may ba Inspected in the parking
lot outside Civil Affairs Building,
(old airport terminal), Ancon,
Canal Zone. Keys in possesion of
Mr. Dalton, Civil Aeronautic
Office. It is not duty paid.
Bids will ba accepted by mail by
the undersigned administrator
through December 6, 1957 at
the below address.
Terms cash. Sale 'to be confirmed
by United States District Court.
W. I. Sheridan, Jr.,
Administrator,
Post Office Box No. 98
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Mode "A" Ford
$75.00. 2524 A Cocoli J077.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
wagon. Excellent condition $350
down. Phone Navy 3519.
"GETi STREAMLINED
the McLevy way. Body Maseaxe,
Excereisinf Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladiea
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE 8ALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 13-41
. TeL 3-2217
NIKON
Cameras
St
I I.SUIM
(Across Banco. Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM XID0E
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 8-0593
HA5SELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAM E R A S
International Jewelry
155 Central Are.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$19Q,00
Fidanque Travel Service
TeL 2-1651
Globemasters End
Season's Mission
To Antarctic Posts
MC MURDO. Antarctica. Dec. C
(UP) Eight .C124 Globemaster
ransport planes of the U.S. Air
Force 53rd Troop earner Squad Squadron
ron Squadron today completed their season's
mission supplying the Antarctic
outposts of Operation Deep Freeze
and the U.S. Geophysical Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. -The
planes made 56 flights from
Deep Freeze headquarters here to
drop 740 tons of equipment at the
bouir f oie, eyra station ana uuer
American scientific stations.
Capt. Kenneth S!an, of Green-.
vita. S C., piloted the la st mission,
dropping a deep-core ice drilling
rig to the Byrd Station.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Horses. Panama
Riding School, Chiva Chiva trail,
C. Z. Phone Ft. Clayton 2282.
FOR SALE; By treat popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until 15th December. 30 off.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco buildina blocks, 4"xl2"
x!2". They are economical, lifht
and do not erack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco r Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espana No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: 2 Girl's bicycles,
boy's bicycle. Chain driven
tractor. One accordion Italian
made. House 8455 Alcora St.
Margarita.
FOR SALE: 75 sacks of Keen's
Cement. Call Max Delvalla, 3-
1690.
FOR SALE: 24" bicycle; small
piano; blackboard with stand;
other items. 2308-B. Las Crucaa
Balboa.
Kobbe Boxers

Contest Against Panama

Fighters For
Fort Kobbe's Hangar 4 was the
scene of a nine card boxing match
Wedneday night, with proceeds go going
ing going to the United Fund Drive.
The match, featuring eight Koo-
be boxers, got underway with a
bantamweight bout between two
Panamanian fighters Felix Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez and Bisitacion Caseres. Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez showed caution at first,
but stepped out for a split deci
sion win over his opponent.
Top of the list for the Ft. Kob-
be fighters was Jerome Dawson,
119Vi-pound bantamweight, who
lost a split decision to Constan Constantino
tino Constantino Diaz. Diaz began his force
ful punches from the first round
and held his opponent against the
ropes with persistent and hard
hitting body punches.
m, the match between Jose Pa
checo and the 1957 PAAF fly
weight champion Plummer Dins Dins-more,
more, Dins-more, the latter demonstrated ring
know-how and technique. Dins
more went right to his opponent
in the first round and although he
met harsh defensive and offensive
blows, he edged out with supe
rior maneuvers. The second and
third rounds showed the fighters
to be well matched but emphasiz
ed the champion's greater experi experience
ence experience and better judgment as he
walked away with the first unani
mous decision of the evening.
Beginning the lightweight series,
Antonio Morris, Panama got the
jump on Thurman Jetferson, Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, from the very first round, and
sent his opponent to the mat
three times during the opening
round. The second and third
rounds seemed to indicate Jeffer
son was still a bit groggy from
the first round as he showed too
much caution which cost him a
unanimous decision.
A bout between Humberto Her Herman,
man, Herman, Panama, and Donald Hop Hopper,
per, Hopper, Kobbe, got underway with
the first two rounds showing each
fighter to be saving for a climax
third round which opened and
closed with a mass exchange of
punches and made a fine dis
play of sportsmanship. Hopper to
a decision.
The fight between Jose Perez,
Panama, and Steve Dunmore,
Kobbe, was fought mostly against
the ropes with Dunmore, back to
the ropes, seemingly fighting de defensively
fensively defensively but edging out to take
each round and walk away with
a unanimous decision. 8
Initiating the middle weaght bouts
were Daniel Vanegas, Panama.
and Clarence James, Kobbe.
James was held at bay during
the first round of this bout b u t

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HIELO SECO, 8. A. i DRY ICE INC.
There will be a general meeting of STOCKHOLDERS
-on Wednesday, December ,17, 1957 at 4 p.m.
at the plant.
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AGENCIAS
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le On Ave. We. 41 FOTO DOMY-Jutte
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 Sea Babe 2
motor and Cantrolea with trailer
$950.00; Call Cristobal 2420.
FOR SALE: Outboard motor,
1956 22 H.P. sea kin( food
condition, 2 gas tanks. $225.00.
217 Apt. S Gatun 5-507.
FOR' SALE: BOAT 12', motor
IVi EVINRU0E, trailer, motor
Carter ft" Cover, fire extinguish extinguisher,
er, extinguisher, all excellent condition. $250.
First come first served. Call
3662.
Beautiful ft. Cabin Crusiar,
fully equipped. Also used Evin Evin-rude
rude Evin-rude 25 and 30 h.p. motors. 15
ft. Fiberglass boat for immediate
delivery. ABERNATHY SPORTS
GOODS S. A. Phone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: 26 feet modified
piragua, with trailer and 12 H.P.
Etto motor. Fully equipped and
freshly painted. Registered for
6 passengers. Not a water ski
outfit but for exploring lakes and
streams. $400.00. Tel. 2-3040.
Win 5 Of 7
United Fund
scored through close fighting and
body punches, and scored a una unanimous
nimous unanimous win..
i
Final bout for the evening and
bv far the most exciting was that
of Onel Eastman, Panama, and
1957 PAAF middleweight c h a m m-pion
pion m-pion Robert Young. From the o o-pening
pening o-pening round, Young showed his
superiority in the ring and down
ed his opponent in the first round
for a count of eight. The third
round, filled with much excitement
and an array of punches, saw
Eastman down for a second eight
count, and he lost on a TKO in
2:58 of the final round.
Army Atlantic
Touch Football
First Half Ends
The first half of the Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic touch football league end ended
ed ended last week with Fort Gulick's
U.S. Army Garrison In possession
of a perfect record of four wins
and no defeats, second olace is
held down by C Company, 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry.
Action Monday night saw A
Battery of the 764th 'AAA" Bn.
hold C Comnany scoreless for
the first half. In the third cmar-
ter the Infantry team scored, a
safety to march on to an 8-0 vic victory.
tory. victory. ;
Tn the second came of the
Monday night doubleheader the
549th MP Company took a 12-7
verdict from the JWTC eleven.
A 40-yard pass from Fred Brown
to Dan Griffin set up the MP's
first TD earlv In the first period.
JWTC roared 'back with a tally
of Its own In the same quarter
and picked up the extra point
to grab a 7-6 lead. Late In the
third period Larry Moore of the
MP's grabbed a pass on the 50
vard line and scampered off the
remaining yards to score tne ii-
nai TD ortne game o givn me
MP's their winning margin.
1 STANDINGS
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U.S. Army uar 4 0
C Co., 20th inf 3 1
549th Mp Co. 2 2
JWTC ;..v...;.,. ......l
Btry. A, 764th AAA Bn. o
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FOR SALE: Only two Spex
washing machines 25 cycle.
Priced right. Tropelce 45th St.
and Via Espana. ;,'
FOR SALE i Peruvian leather leather-topped
topped leather-topped table. 2 end table $15,
each. I coffee table $25. I Sofa-bed
$25. 1502-A Gavilan
Road. Tel. 2-1291.
FOR SALE: Double tad. Holly Holly-wood
wood Holly-wood style, excellent condition,
41 street No. 2-54 Apt. II
Bella Vlata.
FOR SALE: Mahogany chif.
fonler with mirror, wicker chair,
armchair with riclining back.
Bargain. Tel. 3-0617.
FOR SALE Kenmore automatic
washer. Phone Albrook 2134 No.
332 A. i
FOR SALE. Mahogany living living-room
room living-room sets, upholstered, from
$98.00. Wrought Iron livingroom
set, $150.00. Beautiful sofa sofa-bed.
bed. sofa-bed. Damask upholstered,. $125."
Mahogany diningroem sets, $65.
Modem China closets. $85.00
DINETTE SETS, pastel colon,
$74.95. Carved double beds with
new mattress, $69.00. Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood bad, complete, $50.00.
Bunk-beds, 839.00. Canapes,
complete, $29.50. Mahogany
wardrobe, from $35,00. Modern
couch-bed, $59.00. Modern van vanity,
ity, vanity, $38.00. Basket chairs, $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. Small wrought iron and fiber
table, $12.00. We accept ins installment
tallment installment plan, easy payments.
Home delivery. HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE. National Ave. No.
41. Tel. 3-49113-7348.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bed bedroom
room bedroom et $75.00. I Mr. & Mr,
dresser, double bed with 4 inch
foam rubber mattress and iprings
0257 A Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Tappan stovo 4 4-buraers,
buraers, 4-buraers, electric lights and wln:
dow. Manual Icaxa Street 7 -A,
CaH 3-1789, $65.00.
Wall, Trail k,:
f (ContJnnetl trott t4 I) -h
the Trunk Murder. It all started
wherw a Panamanian, Carlos
Montenegro.i was picked ud for
drunken driving in a Pedro Ml-
euel. A search of his Plymouth
coupe revealed the body of a
woman .hidden In the 'trunk.: It
was later established that he was
rent collector for a wealthy
real estate owner, Leonor Palma,
from whom he had stolen about
$6000 in collections. Rather than
face detection, he murdered her.
Now Montenegro is now serv
ing a 26 y2 year sentence In
Coiba.
In his off hours. Trail is con
tent to try his hand at modeling
planes and cars In his i wood
working shop, together with his
The third in line to get his
promotion, Detective Sergeant
Harvey G. -Rhyne, joined tne
forc irf 1940. and mot of his
work has Jbeen as a detective, j
Rhyne., who : speaks fluent
Spanish,- is considered, i "P-
notch" Investigator: by his sa
periors, and is widely known as
a "polished gentleman
; His police work once called for
mm to maice a snort trip to cos
ta Rica where he carried on an
Investigation for the District
Attorney's office concerning the
Illegal departure of a Ship, the
Ariana. The vessel Is the only
known ship, to slip out of Canal
Zone waters while under court
attachment.
Rhyne gathered Information
for the purpose of possible ex
tradition of the ship, and the
case was later disposed of after
charges of $20,000 were paid to
the ship's agent.
Also an expert in handwriting
and fingerprinting, Rhynes own
comment about his work is lllu
mlnatins:
, "The least has always been as
Important as the biggest case.
CFN Radio, TV
Sports Schedule
: The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following
sports radio and tele vision
schedule for the weekend.
radio 7 ';
December 7: New York Giants
vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at 1 p.m.,
followed by ; Notre Dame vs.
Southern Methodist University,
v December ft Green Bay pack packers
ers packers vs. Chicago Bears at J:50
TY
December 7r Iowa ts. Mlchi
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. December S: Cleveland Browns
vs. Baltimore Colts at 8:50 pJB.
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PARIS (UP) France has a new
self-tiltug railroad car which of officials
ficials officials claim can whip around
curves at 80 miles an hour without
Vunf food in the diner or bota-
e.uif passengers with sensitiye
stomachs. Unveiled in a test run
yesterday the 32-passenger ex experimental
perimental experimental model tilts automatic
ally to offset exaetly the centrif
ugal forces that generally throws
passengers .toward, the outside 0 0-the
the 0-the curve.

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' Motorcycles
JO SALIrl$4 Cuihm.n
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aluminum sideaadeHai, eicaUent
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tallnik
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The English-language newspaper.
wio irewi wusy nma me united
States satellite in this headline:
oiaunus: stymied".
GERMANS SEEK AGREEMENT
BONN. Germanv riTPW ..t
German authorities have submit
ted new proposals to seven NATO
powers in an attempt to conclude
a status of forces agreement
wrich has been in negotiation for
more than twn vun fnjn
r - v aw.,&u
ministry spokesman said today.
me sposesman said the proposals
were given to the ambassadors of
... vuucu sulci, oniaiu ,r ranee,
Canada, ( Belgium,- Denmark and
ine iMemenanos.- He said the pro proposal
posal proposal were intended to speed
conclusion nf in
will regulates the legal and finan financial
cial financial position of NATO troops sta stationed
tioned stationed on German soil.
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50 street Bella Vista; suitable tor
residence or business, far mere
informations call Tel, 2-2854
from 9 a.m. to 6 gum. j
FORSALl-:DU. t. Mp, trter.
concrete house, 3 hectare. For
information tea Paul Lucchinl,
Second street No; 5010. Phone
149 Colon.
SERVICES
, 8 -minute ear wash $1, steam
cleanina of motor 15. whIm mt
ear $6. Auto-Bino, Trans-lstl
mian Highway hear Sears.
The best rJtanan aiwt Jrlnba
" erp sefvod In our modern alr-i
conditioned eeteteria, grill and
nar. siorei intornaclonal "Pig.
(a a do Maya.
WANTED Four door Sedan or
station wa9en 1956 or 1957.
Call Mr. Stress Colon Tel. 971
duriho office hours.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel A.
' K. C. female, 1 9 month, 8110.
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S film makers have produced a movie, "The Ro ad to the stars," which depicts the conquest of
. pace. This still from the Soviet film shows a space ship after landing on the moon, with
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, estimated orbit (solid line) of the baby satellite the U.3. will
launch from Cape Canaveral, Fla. A 72-foot, three-stage Van Van-'fuard
'fuard Van-'fuard rocket will attempt to snoot the tiny aluminum sphere
filto orbit to meet the Russian challenge of Sputniks I and II
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US Military's
BjflTo Germans
I7 Million
' fiONN, Germany, Dec. 6 (UP)
The United States has presented
West Germany with a bill for
$75,380,944 to pay for the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of American military forces
in Germany, the government an announced
nounced announced today.
.
A West German spokesman said
C.S- Minister William C. Trimble
presented the request for payment
.to Wilhelm Grewe, head of the
foreign Ministry political depart
ment at a meeting (yesterday.
He said Trimble's request cov covered
ered covered the upkeep of five divisions
ef pound forces and the Air Force
which the United States maintains
In West Germany.
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Plant Layoffs
Went Up, Hiring
Fell In October
' WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UP)
Layoffs of factory employes rose
in October more than the custo customary
mary customary seasonal amount to a total
of 23 for every 1,000 workers, the
Labor Department has reported
At the same time, it said, the
October hiring rate dropped more
than usual from the September
level, dipping from 33 per 1,000
workers to 28.
Voluntary job resignations de declined
clined declined as expected, from 22 .to 13
per 1,000 workers.
Layoff rates rose by more than
seasonal amounts in the furniture,
primary metals, miscellaneous
manufacturing and machinery in
dustries. Hiring rates dropped
seasonally or more in nearly all
major manufacturing lines.
Postal Rate Raise
Hearings Resumed
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6 (UP)
Chairman Olin D. Johnston (D-
SC) announced today that the
Senate Postoffice Committee
would resume hearings Dec. 11 on
postal rate increase legislation.
The committee held several
days of hearings in the closing
stretch of the last Congress but
took no action on a' House House-approved
approved House-approved bill. The administration
has served notice that it will push
again next year for some form of
rate hike.
Johnston, who has opposed the
bill so far, said it was "impera "imperative
tive "imperative that we conclude these hear hearings
ings hearings as soon as possible" o the
committee can act early in the
next session.
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DUKE BACK IN LONDON The Duke of Windsor talki with
Lady Alexandra Metcalfe after memorial service In Loudon
for Maj. D. E. Metcalfe, her former husband. The Duke came
home alone for hia first public social engagement in Britain
since his abdication 21 years ago for "the woman I lore." Re Reports
ports Reports immediately sprang up of a reconciliation between the
v Duke and hla niece, Queen Elizabeth u, -.

Hammarskjold Flies
To Syria To Mediate
In Border Strife

DAMASCUS, Syria, Dec. 6 (UP)
U. N. Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold flew here today in
an effort to ease Israeli-Syrian
border tensions following his suc
cessful mediation of Israel's dis
pute with Jordan over Mount
Scopu.
(The first convoy carrying sup
plies to the Israeli Mount Scopus
enclave in Jordan passed through
the Mandelbaum gate in Jerusa
lem without incident today.)
Hammarskjold was met by For-
eigh Minister Salah Bitar, who
told newsmen the U.N. chief's
visit would be confined to Syrian-
Israeli border tensions.
Diplomatic observers said Bi-
tar's remark indicated Hammar Hammarskjold
skjold Hammarskjold would not discuss the wider
issue of the recent Syrian-Turkish
crisis and Western allegations
that Syria was entering the Com
munist orbit.
The most recent Syrian-Israeli
border incidents have occurred
near the Sea of Galilee where Is
rael is engaged in a flood control
and reclamation project in the de demilitarized
militarized demilitarized zone.
The problem seemed to have
been solved by a U.N. negotiated
agreement between the two na nations
tions nations in which Syria said it would
allow constructive projects in the
area.
Hammarskjold, who refused to
speak to reporters on his arrival
here, left Jerusalem aboard a
U. N. plane after two days of in intensive
tensive intensive talks wit,h Israeli Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion.
His meetings there, together
with those in Amman with Jordan Jordanian
ian Jordanian Foreign Ministe; Samir Rifai
and Premier Ibrahim Hashim,
won agreement on an end of the
Jordanian blockade of the Israeli
enclave at Mount Scopus.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hvdrnrranhi
Branch of the Panama Canal
company
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

, High 87 85
Low 74 75
HUMIDITY:
High 92 91
Low 59 72
WIND:
max. mph) N-18 NE-2S
RAIN (inches) .03 .76
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 81
t SATURDAY, DEC. 7
High Low
3:17 a.m. 9:51 a.m.
3:50 p.m. '. 10:07 p.m.

HAVANA. Dec. 6 (UP) -Cuban

rebels last Thursday sabotaged
oower lines leadine into the U. s.
government's giant Nicaro nickel
plant in Oriente province, the
United Press' 'earned today.
Informed sources said the reo
els, in an apparent attempt to
knock out production in the multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar Droiect. dynamited
power feedej lines to the model
piant.
Sources in Santiago saia mai
one man was Kiuea ana several
others injured in three explosions
which rioDed the area. It was
understood that material damage
was noi greai.
Officers of the nickel processing
corporation which operates t"e
plant disclaimed any knowledge
of the attacis out saia production
was in no way aneciea.
Questioned U.S. Engineers
Cuban authorities detained
American engineers and plant
workers for more than 24 hours
pending an investigation but they
were subsequently released. It
was understood hat plant oper operators
ators operators had reported the incident to
the General Services Administra Administration
tion Administration in Washington.
It wai the rebels' second incur incursion
sion incursion on an American government
installation in Cuba. Some months
ago a sizeaDie suppiy oi arms um
ammunition was pilfered from
the giant U. S. Navy Dase at
nsnfannmn.
Thm ruhan rshel nlot to SabO'
tage Cuba's sugar crop continued
nnahatprt. meanwnue. auu uic
government authorized mills in
Hon nor areas to sian ki uiuuik
thoir cane .mmediately, a momn
ahead of schedule.
Twe Rebels Killed
Th. rnhsn armv reported two
rebels killed ind several wounded
in fresh encounters in three sec-
Icebreaker 'Lenin
1st APowered Ship
Launched By Soviet
' MOSCOW, Dec. 6 (UP) The So Soviet
viet Soviet Union launched the world s
first atomic-powered surface ship
today;
The official Soviet news agency
tasr said the 16,000-ton icebreaker
Lenin was put into the water at
Leningrad.
Tass said the ship' engine pow
oo ux,. estimated at 44.000 horSe
power. It will have a top speed of
about 20 knots and will be capable
of hreakine ice six feet thick.
The Lenin is the first atomic sur
face ship, but the united Mates
has two atomic-powered subma submarines,
rines, submarines, the Nautilus and the Sea
Wolf.
(The United States expects to
launch its first atomic powered
vessel, the merchant ship Savan
nah, in 1960 and its nrst nuclear
warship, the cruiser Long Beach,
in 1961. The keel for the cruiser
was laid last Monday at Quincy,
Mass. Work on the Savannah will
start next spring.)
Tass gave this description of the
Lenin's operation:
"In the steam generating section
water will be turned into super
heated steam, controlled under
very high pressures. This steam
will energize the turoo-generators.
The electric power produced in the
icebreaker will drive the propeller
shaft."
"The trans-Arctic atomic ice icebreaker
breaker icebreaker will be able to remain at
sea for several months. In 24 hours
it will use only a few tens of
grams of its atomic fuel.
"Those in control of the reactor
will determine the. heat generated
by the reactor and this will auto automatically
matically automatically be maintained by spec special
ial special instruments.
"The captain will be able to
steer the srip, control its sped
and direct its revolutions auto automatically
matically automatically either from the bridge
or the control cabin. This will con considerably
siderably considerably increase the ship's abil ability
ity ability to navigate in difficult waters.
"The designers and buildecs of
this ship have incorporated an ab
solutely reliable protective system
against radiation effects."
West Point Plans
To Train More
Officers For Army
WASHINGTON. Dec ( (UP
The Army said today the U.S.
Military Academy is considering
plans to expand the Cadet corps
to provide a higher percentage of
West Point graduates among reg regular
ular regular Army officers.
The authorized Cadet strength
would be raised from 2.498 tn
4,500.' The number of academy
graduates entering the regular
Army each year would increase
from about 50t to around 800.
The present officer itrentrth of
the regular Army is 25.679 of
whom 6,999 are West Pointers.
The Army needs about 1.600 reg
ular officers each year to reach
and maintain an authorized com commissioned
missioned commissioned strength oi 39,600 by
1963.
The academT expansion plan
also calls for. five new campuses
in a 10-mile radios of the main
West Point ; buildings. RegimenU
of 1.200 eadeis. including .all four
classes, would spend one year at
one of the new campuses and
three yean on the main post.
The Army said it had not yet
submitted the nlaa U Cotuzreu for
approval, ? -. -. 1

tions of Oriente province where
troops fought off efforts to set
cane fields fire. J

One of Cuba's 161. sugar mills
will be unable to gnud this year
-Decause oi a snort age oi cane,"
Agriculture Minister Wdel Bar Bar-reto
reto Bar-reto said today.. He refused to
identify the mill, or it operators.
However, informed sources identi identified
fied identified it as the Puon suear mill.
in Oriente, owned by Julio Lobo,
worms largest sugar broker.
Pilon is located in the heart of
the rebel territory, in. the Sierra
Maestra foothills.
Trade sources said three quar
ters of the cane plant at Pilon
had been burned by rebels as long
as two weeks ago. The mill pro produces
duces produces from 150,000 to, 200,000 bags
of sugar a year, or an estimated
20,000 tons. 1
Sugar mills located in Oriente,
most suscept'ble to rebel attack,
produce an estimated 20 per cent
of the nation's sugar crop valued
at more than 500 million dollars.
Thomas McNeill
Dies In Vermonl
Affer Long Illness
News of the death of' Thomas
McNeill, retired employe ;f the
Locks Drvisi m in Vermont;; on
Nov, 29 has been received by
friends on the Isthmus; He' wis 56
years old. ; -r.U:l v :'.,
Mr. McNeill has been ill for a
long time and had been in hos hospital
pital hospital in Rutland, Vermont, for the
past two months. Funeral services
and interment took place in Pitts Pitts-ford,
ford, Pitts-ford, Vermont, where he and Mrs.
McNeill made their home since
his retirement in July 1955.
Mr. McNeill had. a wide circle
of friends on the Isthmus. Ho was
well' known is a hunter and was
a member of the Balboa Gun Club,
serving two terms as president of
that Club. ;!?
A native of Belfast. Ireland; Mr.
McNeill was a naturalized Amer American
ican American citizen. He entered the Canal
service in 1940 as Principal Fore Foreman
man Foreman in the Industrial Division. He
transferred to the Locks Division
the following year. He was made
Carpenter Foreman in the Locks
Division in 1949 and held that po position
sition position until bis retirement.
In addition to his wife, he It
survived byVtwo sisters v and a
brother who live m Ireland.

Filming 'Naked And Dead'
Spots US Troops In RP

President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr., yesterday gave permission
for U.S. troops to enter Panama
to take part in the filming of
scenes for RKO Radio's "The
Naked and the Dead,"
This was the go signal for the
Hollywood picture makers, and ac actual
tual actual camera work will now begin
next Wednesday.
President de la euardia said
that the picture would stimulate
interest in Panama's scenic at attractions
tractions attractions and bunefits the coun
try's tourist business.
The U.S. Embassy several weeks
ago requested permission for the
troops to enter Panama for the
screen production.
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general of the United
States Army Caribbean, has au
thored the use of soldiers from
tort AODDe to appeat in scenes
for the Cinemascope-Warner color
drama of World War II. Alii the
film's exterior sequences about
80 per cent of the picture Will
be shot in Panama territory.
Joseph Behm, RKO's production
manager, lias been holding meet meetings,
ings, meetings, for the past 10 days with,For with,For-eisn
eisn with,For-eisn Minister AquUino Boyd, Fi
nance Minister Guberto Arias and
Minister of Government and Jus Justice
tice Justice Max Heurtematte to explain
plans for the big screen effort and
work out the cooperative arrange arrangement.
ment. arrangement.
Panama workmen will be em employed
ployed employed in construction ef serfs
and on other job connected
v"S the mev'n making Behm
said.
...ding men Aldo Ray and Cliff
Robertson and 10 other actors are
due to arrive here by Pan Amer American
ican American tomorrow. Additional tech
nicians are tlso flying in then,
swelling the number from Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood to 50. '
Raoul Walsh, director of "Battle
Cry" and other oustanding screen
dramas, is already here to direct.
Paul Gregory, the producer, has

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Ferguson Qutlii.es Plans For

Deferred Payment For Large

Improvements being made, or
in the of fine, in mercnanaise
and merchandising methods of
the Commissarv Branch were
outlined to a large group of rep
resentatives oi emmove organi
zations Wednesday nieht bv L, A
Ferguson, Supply and; Employe
Service Director. :',', '.
The forum,; ;f lrst to' be held
since Ferguson sassumeams pres present
ent present position, was one of the best
attended since this means of
communication between seller
and customer was adopted a few
vears atoi Renresentatwesi' from
all United States towns in the
canal Zone and most of the
nrincinal organizations attended
These included women's clubs,
Civic Councils, and labor groups
li The Supply nd Employe Sery-
been completing plans in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and is due here Monday,
"The Naked and the Dead,"
based on Norman Mailer's clas
sic novel of South Pacific jungle
battling, is the first Hollywood
feature to be made in Panama
with fars and a full crew in ma many
ny many years. t -.
About 60 ions of motion picture
equipment and two generators, to
provide power for lighting the
sets will be unloaded in Balboa
this weekend from "the -freighters
Lock Avon and Dmteldyke. -y
RKO will spend six weeks in
actual shooting here. The picture
is to be distributed jointly by RKO
and Warner Brothers.
Severity Of Flu,
Pneumonia Rising
In States' Winter
WASHINGTON. Dec. fUP)
The U.S.V Public Health Service
said today that the number of
flu-like diseases reached a peak
in mid-October "at least for the
present. But it also reported that
the severity of upper respiratory
diseases had increased.
The diseases covered by the
report included, colds, influenza.
pneumonia and similar attacks.
The service estimated that the
number of such eases ior the
week ended Nov. 9 dropped to
8.241,000. from 9.308 000 for the
previous week and 11,033,000 for
the week ended Oct. 26.
Despite the numerical drop, the
service said that the "apparent
severity, measuring in terms of
days in bed per case, gradually
nas oeen increasing." ; (:-

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ice Director briefly outlined, at
tne opening oi tne xorum, some
of the plans of operation which
are being adopted and under
consideration. The meeting this
month, he said, was intedded as
a get- acquainted affair.
Ferguson announced the adop adoption
tion adoption of a deferred payment plan
for certain articles of $50 value
or more which la now available
to all United States citizen em-
of Inloyes of the Canal organization
and said consideration is, being
given to an extension of j charge
accounts. He also called attention
to recent Improvements made at
the Tivoll Guest House designed
to make it a community center
ior zone residents.
Much of the time Wednesday
night was devoted to a round-ta
ble discussion of store hours.
particularly at -Balboa, and to
problems of employe training
and supervision. -
A reouest that the Balboa
Commissary be keot open all day
on Saturdays was made by rep
resentatives from GaTmboa and
was suDDOrteo dv Atlantic siae
residents who said the two-hour
noon closing: was inconvenient
for residents who come- to the
Pacific side for shopping on
weekends. ..- ;.
This Question has been under
discussion at previous forums
and Ferguson promised repre
sentatives he would look into the
possibility of changing the oner
attar hours.'.',' -'V A
Of sneclal Interest to Atlantic
side residents was Ferguson's an announcement
nouncement announcement on clans for a store
at Coco solo, while plans are
still in the formative stage, he
said that he expects the Coco
soio unit to be one of the best
retail outlet of the commissary
svstem.
The Supply ana Employe servi
Ice3 Director said an extensive
emnlove tralninK nrogram is be
ing initiated and that he feels I
confident tnis will materially
improve service and help relieve
the current need for more super supervisory
visory supervisory perslnnel. He said that the
outlet in Balboa is badly cram
med for space but plans are un
der way to alleviate this situa
tion to some extent- x
Work On Canal X
Halts Ooeration
Of Artillery Range
Construction work on the "Pana
ma Canal above the Pedro Mieuel
Locks, has put temporary halt
to the operation of a portion of
Empire Ranges, Headquarters U.
S. Army Caribbean . announced
this week. ; i'
The artillery range, used by
the USARCARIB School for train training
ing training Latin American officers will
he closed for a minimum of six
months. .-.
' The construction work does hot
interfere with the firing on the
range, however, spoils taken from
the work site are being unloaded
in an area within the limits of the
t range. .-, ... -w-.-.-
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Commissaries,
Items Adopted
At the -close of the meeting;
erguson asxeo :tne.; representa
uves to say: what stype of forum,
they desire In the future. It waj
unanimously decided, to hold th
forums quarterly with two bemi
devoted to discussions from th-
customer 'viewpoint and the oth
er two each year from, the selle
viewpoint. t
Attending Wednesday night
forum with ;Ferguson were R. q
Tneriftult, Assistant to the Di
.vvn..,.Hiiu .IH .ill M K. Mil," pW i.
erai Manager of the Supply Divi
sion. is
Org anlzation' representative
and invited individuals attend!
ing were:- Atlantic side Mr. ami
Mrs- HX-Carpenter, Virgil Rec
Mrs. C. L.. Coate, and Mrs. c.
Scheidegg. Gamboa MrS.'R. J
Sellens, Mrs. John Spear, and
D. MacLean. Pacific iside com
munities Mrs. Frank Cunning!
ham,, Mrs. Albert .Saarinen, Mrs,
Peter Bolton, Mrs. li.-L. oeiqoi
Mrs. Thomas J. Dee, Mrs. G.
Parker Mrs. Marv Becker, R.
Daniel, C.- W." Chase, Mrs. Pat Le
Brun. Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott. Mr;
Mack Bailey. Mrs. Donald Scot'
Mr. ana Mrs. E. w: Hatcnect, m:
and Mrs. T. W. Wbmble, and Mn
LO. A, Ferguson ; ,.
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