The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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&;;E; eve,- Canal W. Cpv. j William- E. -Potter re re-.inl
.inl re-.inl -l and even-tempered ai Marnaritt last mgbt .1 ihe WsMI.

gariTO service v-enrer wus men sit -
Ldma the Cristobal school who ore teing ottackedby

-Atlqntic-siders learned yesterday that Coco io was siaa u
community on the Gold Coast, with the main commissary .located there, and com-
plete facilitfeHo make it o "real Canal Zone town. '.,.j.t '?
j tJ!oi children. !. iiUS .roops wi.l U -.d
out to pro' t them. I will 1 bring uj th. entire situotjon, which ,$ rnor. unci
fhan 1 thooaht. before the. President of Panania.A 1

Nobody seemed happy about the
' mass evacuation tOu Coco SoloV f
Cristobal families, whichj is now
et to begin on January 15,,mainly
because they, seemed U steel they
wera leaving comfortable, single single-type
type single-type 'dwellings, to move into-four-family
quarters. '.
Hie, Margarita Service Center,
prepared to accommodate 200 seat seated
ed seated people,, was packed tight with
ipectator Many lined up along
th wsllfi and over 100 people re-

1.jnained taHding- throughout, ,.the
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f i Ona" aptefafor eommtrrttd, at
tha and of tha two-hour hot eroi eroi-"
" eroi-" fire af '4uations and an$wart
that Governor Pottar w a
prava matt ta stand vp artd take
. it that way.:
l. this iutt damoeraey Irt e-:
jtlon i i don't know what is,"
tha said. V "1 Jv
In limni rizing the facts
brouaht .out at the meeting? Potter
told th Catherine that "although
this hasn't been, the. most mencuy

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f AND STILL THET CAME-;.DespIte a lfinitation by the Fire' Department official, almost. 300 Atlantic-aiders Jammed into the Margarita Service Center Jast night, some to
only, to hear a discussion of the-mass evacuation of Cristobal itea to the "tiew housing development urned over to the Canal,, by the Jlavy at Coco Solo. t It .was a record
. "Tosra Meeting ever held on the Zone., V-1 .-''.:' ';if'v wt-"- ".'--1:? j-':.. .' -- ;-. -'v--

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feawlr ia Wast Mrftw, Cmml Shoren m4 tha two tfcrt tfcrt-4tm
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and information

or -" a-v
Ins ill hurled at him
tv f n,PPtinff. we feel we have
been given lots ot mtormairon
whirh w Hidn't know before. Now
twe will' boil yoflr statements and
feelings down and, get we tacis.
' Ha said that although ha didn't
want to pradiet publicly, ha was.
convinead that when tha move ttf
Coca Sola Is completed, soma soma-time
time soma-time by tha and of March or A
pril, the community as whola
will ba "vary happy with It."
-Prefaeing Ms., remarket,
ilathetini: Potter remarked: ?.
v know why you're all her to
night. 1 read (he newspaper Sun Sunday
day Sunday too." r-, y 1 K
' After hearing" questions jrom the
floor which he answered calmly,.
despite insinuations from the
speakers Potter admitted that he
had not realized how serious" the
situation1 concerning r. the school
childrens safety was1
He said. he will see that the
school is fenced ; in, ', guarded' by
people on the inside, and that the
bus service 'Will be in operation ttf
take children to and from school

4Iel ti people

lrom persisiem necKicrt
- Ai rlfti
hood urn gangs of Colon
untu the cnooi ai cocq oouW
is
completed..
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- On woman who aikedf ta ba'
heard stated that; her hoyt hacT
hetn attacked raeantly without
provocation by a group af kids
from tha Abal Brava College.
"This problem Is making us all
hystarical," tha said, "I'd rather,
kaap my ehildron homo than,
hav tham hurt"' (f- v
pie matter up wim me jrirajm.
of Panamtriwho. i ,ibi, personal

friend i i v- u 1,-4,,,. rpnd for between $24 and
-"Don't forget, he toht the peJ4-. tL-v V v.
pie, "we are Uving.J the vicinity M .,
of a. friendly republic that J admire ooniNr. '

greatly."- , -r'
Many askad Pottar why ;fha
Coca Sola mava had ta ba made
in January Instead af waiting for
school to ha aver in June. They
felt their' children will b left in
a building completely ; Isolated
from Americana.
"There are many reasons,' Pot Potter
ter Potter replied.! i 4 1
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fain hfitl awlkoat a I'm aoaia 00 aw art la.
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knotc the truth and the

thr nnvFRNOR TALKS QUARTERS Left to right at last night's moetlng at Margarita are. Robert Thomas, outgoing president of the Gatun Council;'
sfrnnPi Roe Jr new vice-president of the Pacific Council; Constant W. Chase, new .Pacific president; Harry Townsend, outgoing Pacific president; Will'
n Arpv PanCanal Public Relations Chief; Gov. W. E. Potter; Henry earpeft ter, outgoing President of the Cristobal-Margarita Council; T. L. Sellers, Its
newpresident- peter' V Foster its tewJ vice-president and Felix Karpinski, Its new representative to the Governor's office; H. F. jennef, outgoing Gain Gain-boa
boa Gain-boa president and JrD. MacLean, new president," '

H iaid' that although th mass
evacuation wiu start Jan. io, wiw
between three and six families be being
ing being moved a day it would not be
completed until the end of March.'
He said quarters could not stand
Idle, tod long in the tropics be
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cause they deteriorate rapioiy.
COCO SOLO
Via nlainprl that although they
had been Interested in Coco Solo
(nr nvr i vesr. it wasn't up tin-
til a month-and-a-half ago that Co
co Solo was' fin ally made avauaoie
to the Canal Company, v r
Naw, eSrtain -repairs' must ba
made ta tha cjuartars. .Ha said
tha kitchens will ba modernised
and maters installed after tha
families move In,, although nusr-;
tr fnust ba painted and fixed?
up first. , '( "Si
Concerning rentals, Potter eit eit-pliined
pliined eit-pliined that If the Canal hadgOne
thrnuerh with n Anriniiil plaa of
bullding-'lBO 'Jiousea in-Margarita:;
nrf anm in Catun. whit ma in"
creased building costs, these would
.BOOING
The Coco Solo houses will be $6
a week cheaper, he said,, adding;
. ".You don't know how lucky you
are." Some in the audience laugh laughed
ed laughed at this, while a few boos were
heard. ,
He said that the rental have
been calculated on the formula re-

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MoH-a vat saleMt, Ihwvhhj that Dwight'l tomiry wo Ocoe.
kMawMf that m .Sprambr tfcay, tea, woalt h aaa.
Dwight breka tii sitvoct, "I shMmm roa Hi ink I'm aiirv
but that's tha way I mo if, aaa I Coat saaai ta tkak
boat it. aay athar way." - i-

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country is safe" l-r Abraham Lincoln,

fluired by the Burea,u of the Budg-,
.j i iL. rt a kn nAH ah th A nnet
et and the GAO, based on th cost
nf the housing when put into serv-!
ice ilus Interest, investment, and
maintenance or- grounas.
' Th rentals, Pottar stated, whan
eollactad, will ba turned .over ta
tha jNavy. Ha said Coco Solo was
now- on a licensed basis, but
might soma day be turned Over
to the Canal, Company on. a par
manent basis.
advantace;s
VfAirr aid he knew there mav
h inme unfavorable aspect of
the" move.' but pointed out that
there were1 -many advantage:
We can police this commu-
fnitymuch better than your 'old
onef
'91 Tt trots vou Out of Cristobal
two years earlier 'than ; we expect-
' Once the community Is set'
iiKjiUim ionvinocd .youMrilLWl
ba venf happr-wlth Coca SoU-,
. ' V"
fled,,' as happened -, teore m t-os
V ., MAJOR CflMMY
Tbe Governor admitted that Jt
may be a little farther, away Wr Wr-hbusawivas
hbusawivas Wr-hbusawivas ta shop, and three-and-a-half
tfliles i fo 1 wark, but
pointed Out -that within aeveral
months tha major commissary of
the Atlantic sida will ba. estab established
lished established there, as well as a school.
Noticing early .the trend in the
mirlipnre to make loud comments
and remarks Potter, calmly asked
the gathering to control their tem
pers

aaa-ep aaea

"I would like an orderly meet-

ing, wlth no shouting or yalllng,"
i araaa uiif n ma anniirinii nr waai I inn
ha said, "because that won t help
you gat tha answers.'
LIGHT AND AIRY
When one employe accused the
Governor, of treating the matters
facetious manner, he said that 11
now up before, the council in a fa father
ther father had attended previous civic
council meetings, they would '-understand'
that it was just his man manner,
ner, manner, but that he was certainly giv
ing the situation very serious
study.
, "I ust try to keep the meetings
light and airy' he remarked.
"Hot airy" shouted a heckler.
Unruffled by nasty remarks,
Potter proceeded to answer each
.l-aisad .hand in tha audience for
almost a two-hour session.
r LARGE FAMILIES "-.
-,.CkiaWrtpt4MistIf4tt
the -Governor thmk eriisly-bout
housing large families at Coco So-
lot After he .assured her the prob
lem. would be .given serious con
sideration, she asked:; .".
''Put will you seriously think a
bout this again and again, the
mattM- of our laree families?"
"Yes," the Governor replied, "I
WIU Oinn ,Ol u, (Oiiuauuj.
.When asked about the possibility
of adding maids' quarters to the
apartments in Coco Solo which now
do not have these, the Governor
said: "Let me think that one over."
standing ':m
crowd for any
READ. THE ADS

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"Any tru-i to the rumor that we
an't make any personal improve-
mania tA fka rti'kArlr7,V oclraiH itnsft
white-collar worker.
"No," said the Governor, "it will
be a Canal Zone community. You
will carry on as before. After all,
you won't be under military rule."
HIGH SCHOOL
"Is the permanent Atiantic-sidti
high school going to be at Coco
Solo?" a mother asked.
"There is a good chance it will
be," said the Governor.' r 1
"What about the major com com-misry,'
misry,' com-misry,' will that ba at Coca So
la- she persisted. . ':'
"There Is a good chance It will
ba too," ha said.'.;-;
Potter explained that It would
cost the government $3,900,000 to
build's new school. He said the
government was saving almost
S2.OO0.0O0 by renovating the-school
1 hmicuni. iwnr-at wa;M:;&m;'-
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srVELL NG r
tMb H'''? ; i
'Hovfc much loneer do you intend
to leave, the hieh school children
there, (in New Cristobal) without
American families uvmg arouna
it'"
"The school has a fence," the
Governor said, but whan the au audience
dience audience yelled It did not,, he con conferred
ferred conferred With several staff man
and learned that there was a
fence only around a small area,
not en the entire school.
f'Well, whft would you suggest?"
he asked.
, "Get'fthe children out first be before
fore before you move us to Coco Solo," a
few. yelled.
One man who comes from North
Carolina, 'stood up and declared
that he had a solution to the school
problem:
"Brine down .Governor 1 Faubus.
and he'll straighten everything
out." There were several snickers
in the audience.
.. A pilot who said ha recently
came hare from a small town In
many town meetings there,
Massachusetts and has attended
branded tha Gevarnar as a "mas "mas-tar
tar "mas-tar of evasion."
He said that tomorrow morning
be was going to take a super-tank
er through the.' Canal, but that
meanwhile he was going to look;
for another job, because of the
housing situation.
.-.RESENTMENT,;
, Replied "the. Governor:
"I resent your statement entire entirely.
ly. entirely. I have treated these meetings
fairly, and there is no evasion in
anything I'm saying. So far, as a
result of these meetings; you Peo People
ple People have gotten almost .everything
you have asked for."
"But you haven't given too many
direct answers this evening," he
per8ted.
"What direct answer do you
want?" the Governor askad, to
which the man sat down and kept
quiet.
One man defended the move. He
said hrifelt basically, the Zone
people- were getting "more than
ever before" for the housing dol dollar.
lar. dollar. He said he felt the switch .to
Coco' Solo was a "great thing."
'UNAMERICAN
Another woman stood urv to a a-gree.
gree. a-gree. She ssid that she felt the
residents should take the fact that
they have to move "graciously."
r "We're all being childish." she
:added, "this is the mast tin.
American thing I've, ever saan.
Why dent we all work together
like a real American cam m uni unity?"
ty?" unity?" Her remarks brought a
warm response from the audi-

After one heckler called the Gov Governor
ernor Governor insincere, an employe came
to the microphone and declared
that be resented those remarks.
He told the gathering that the
Governor waa contacted sume
time ago te help a group of resi residents
dents residents who wanted to. get citwen citwen-ship
ship citwen-ship for their adopted children.
"He tuned ever the complete

facilities of the Canal' legal force
to help us. And yesterday 1 got a ;
iener irom sen wayne Mot se teii.,
ing me that we now have it,
"Thanks to the Govs rnor 'a V
forts about 200 af Us wha have
dopted children get citizenship
for tham, So don't tall me that,
tha Governor's not sincere,'?, ha
said, "and I'm not trying to make
points either," ha added. 1
, DEMONSTRATION
Rar-"
There had been rumors cireu-t
lating on the Atlan Side that1 a,
large demonstration was beinj
planned by the Abel Brsvo College"
to protest the Canal Zone's pres-
nrB' rin PAnomAtvittn 'tai.iAwf'
f

where the Cristobal school stands. r

kids out of Colon worried par-
ent told the Governor.?
"Fat lot of, good that wilf 'dw
Wh7! Be replied r n,
SSeWwUl be takVn cia
ffenl 11 f f k?B cm
CUARAMTPF
thatjaAWihaUhe problem has Jbf
of.
GUARANTEE
"Is that a personal guarantee of.
yours?" he was asked. i L
"Well, replied the Governor,"-"
"I'm not here -every day, and
if someone throws a rock Is wilt
try te. preclude it from happen
ing again, and I will certainly
take it up with the authorities at
Panama." f
Other topics touched upon 'last
night included the question of 11
censes which may have to be pur-.;
chased for automobiles from Panj
ama by residents who will remain
in Cristobal after the iu-st of th)
year.
"If you have to buy HP license'
plates before you move," the
Governor premised, "wa will sell K
Canal Zone plates for half the
price.
He also said that he would ienf
a letter to the Panama Fq'eiga .,
Ministry explaining the situation
for this group of employes.
Potter congratulated the gftup
for the "remarkably fine suppert
given to the United Fund Kjjlcli
has to date collected $129,0O0-i
He said that each agency wilt '
got the full a mount raauestecTeit
its budgotf am that five ware-1
oversubscribed 100 per cant... -n
He touched briefly on the ei'vitf", 1
council elections which were still
not up to the levels that Mr Woe- -burgh
(a CZ English teacher who
testified before a recent congresv
sional committee! would like to
see." An average of 29 per cent of ;
the population voted, Potter Said.
"Which means that about onev
third of you people have the right;
to speak tonight," he added with?
a chuckle. t f
Before opening the meeting ior
business, Potter thanked the audi-
ence for "giving up your bingejtc':
night." m
"Most of you would have, lost. -anyway,
so you're saving money a
by not playing. We'll add .that
money to your rent." (loud laugh
ter). 1
A request to change the Satur Saturday
day Saturday hours of the Balboa Com,
mlssarv was discussed. The Gov-, j
ernor said it has been proposed
tnat tney keep Balboa open trora
9:30 to 4:30 straight throu? the
lunch hour Instead of c'ong Jo;
two nours at lunchtime.-
"If you wont them epeti'lonear
we'll have te pay overtime
which will make the cast of the ;
-Hs ga up," he told the raaot
ing. ;
But rates are going up rfth
out overtime," (loud applause );
"So are wages'," said the Gov ;
ernor (more applause). -
.... ,sr',i
of joy two month, ago aiguing
for the craft. .- ...
Everything ta going up lust
like in the states. We're a good
American communitv 't K
Chase suggested that voting an
tha ju.3i to.rti..- y iaur
iwstpened until the Pacific Civi t
Council nteetine tonight.
"Will this raise the price ust
k Balboa V askad one ahapper
(taughterj. .

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THIS IS YOUR tORUM THl RtADERS OWN COLUMN

" The Mil ei an apt- terum tot reader' of Th "" """"
, fetter ere leeaiveo tnnfulW and hdl.d in a woll corfiderlai
.' """if' rou contribute letter don't b impatient It doetn't appear the
' awl day latttrt ere published in Mia erdei receive.-
- Pleasi try to keep 'he fatten limited to on page Ian
2 Identity o lettM writeri h held in ttritfetf ronHdanee
Tbit new.paper uiumn no reipenibilltv for ttatemanN or eplnloai
ireiied n lattert from rtadera, 7 ,:
i TH E MAIL EtOX
BORDERLINE CASES
Sir: V
I feel I have the definite obligation of enlightening I.C.U
"rrirlo orrnsi tho horder."

tM It is true'that we have very many native girls whu'llso
It is true mat tIs. condition exists ev-r

With any sioo wnn ci "u "ivj; :;ri.mio-- rt'
erv place where troops are stationed, American or etherwUe. JX
wuld do I.C.U. well to take special note of-the kind ol.W,
woum uu .v that are seen with sucn

mat ao mis una u ih

girls.
Maybe I C.U. doesn't know that there are girls in ;?'
who feel the same way about Gis as tlMfMm
border" Good breeding, refinement -jui cuItureQA,Jittt.
T. nor5."- onrt hv no means the sole property

of the American people, much

' The Gis who are well-bred and refined and tney are 'cruw
wU? not associate here or elsewhere with certain tyw
gSThe well-bred and refined Panamanian girl and they. too.
Wleeion will not associate with certain types of Gis
When they do associate with Gis, you ckn bet your life on
' ft tpu that thev have been properlv introduced and have ob-
servedll tne formtfUties that etiquette and good breeding de de-3.
3. de-3. It is quite obvious that I.C.U. has never been afforded
T, the honor and pleasure of meeting any of the nice Ws
Panama or I'm sure she wouldn't write such nonsense as she

f r s ia. tu. wriP tptt. there's aulte a bit

W It in the Canal ZonT Lots and lots 'or it'' comes down from
vfne SUtes to this "Gringo Heaven" and they never had Ar, so

IJifhehSwarmaybe a bottle
Many Panamaniaps nave
ave ben. schooled there and
TrM,

4 aMe slightest bit of good old-fashioned home training can reexii reexii-'
' reexii-' JparaS those people from the truly well-bred CanabZoner
' XL they do Wheat from chaM, and thank Heavens there are a
,'eat manv well-bred Americans to offset the other kind.
A cultivated person is the product of years of arduous train train-&"i
&"i train-&"i t? rrariie on ud One simply can't put on this air at
WUTnSenCotldcee 'Au'mmj

affitwiw no fooling
nrougn iu iu .nutsf.

' Danish CTitoSS ribd traditions, she would know that the Pan Pan-'iS.Priran
'iS.Priran Pan-'iS.Priran rSStea for dating any boy are much more rigid as
MSffKrtandJrdBlV. not sufficient for th, boy
be neat and have good manners and personality. Any nice
merkan boy" married to any "nice Panamanian alrP will
- -'4iadlv tell you he had to go to that girl's doom ault;a-few
V'ime? before" going out on a date so that her folks d make
'T.u. ,n h wasn't, ust another wolf in sheep s doming.

, it's neoDle like I.C.U. who help to strain some mme ;
ifffl'onafS.tloM ot t.0 people, who must necexarll, U. in a

i. aid iivjiifi

i Slr:

A?' Tn rpcrard tn dear, sweet uttie i.u.u. wno wok
..fealulbleTmJ Eo help you out with your lox cohin lat
?hJ M&trom across the border, the only
KdthaWzone girls are a little more truth-
. JMSScent wife, I.C.U.. states that the Panaman-

fan cirls will date any slob with a car or money, weui j
2T nSlrnt the hafd way that most of the Canal Zone girls date

&lv GIs who have a car and money. It is amusing w .
' X Sh.Atii hnv these eirls a few drinks, then listen to them-con-'itantiy
running down meV parents and discussing the nabits
vtDthatga!'ey are always complaining about how

Why is it th;
J a.WAtt MOfAntt

K.t toW'ttiiy Vre anything but

D-
uiliif 4-VtAtr orP
.fnlMn, introduced to
.. ".C.V. .ta.it ok easv as

1 tote 1 an found the girls flvlng on our own base,
'heasy YoTbecause thev understand this

2'mucn more .my

..lem that exists, wnen wwv thev are in for a
. selves as such queens ever get ,to the States tnej are in
lrJZL, look at it. I'm one of those slobs I;C.U. was

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rmy mouier. wuu.a
Xdown nere, as snc
Ac frtr tnp sweet niLie
As lor me fwi 1 e

2wi

orrv about ineir moui
niwKoi u u.

abits Of US GIS. DO their motners Know u ...c -v. ------

i -thrown aii-er iuuu;u
" VVnd of comDanv they keep?
2? .frmStL i.,,ta k.L

. Ad iTrSSSo:- And the"things I've hearc 1 these B,rlS
discuss openly would make GI talk seem mild in. comparison
What abbut the thrill-crazy girls who hane "round wit 1 a
ifbunch of grubby motorcycle guys who call themselves the Dirty
NSDozen? Also I'm prettv sure many canal Zone glr s are familiar
'.'.rtth a road called K-9. Would any of them like to deny this?
v as I said before, the only reason the majority of thess girls
date a GI is because he has a car and money, or because her
; T. folks forbid it all the girls seem to enjoy going over their
tp7parents' heads. Or, as in I.C.U.'s case, perhaps it is the only
wiway of finding someone to marry them.
. ."ST so I might be a slob who frequents the border placss wit
".'vhM n-pallert eheaD women of Panama, but at least I admit

1 Mlt. As for the Canal Zone Eirls,

u 1 anvone else.

.w I'm-sure this is not just my opinion, because .we nerC at
"EAlbrook have alreadv formed a Slobs Club, after having first
experienced a few sessions with Balboa's sweet little innocent

BURIAL OF
flrr

' The column written 1y Nacho

burial of a nerson of Panamanian nauonamy in me mourn nonr

' trmtrv and hi comment thai

i.fl I : . .

. lenca of heme ounea unaer we

iC-s tne mouthings u an extremely ignorant and bigoted person.
' I can assure Valdes that the unfortunate young person in que que-Ytion
Ytion que-Ytion does not care at all where she is buried cor do. the Yankees bur
tod thpr ohiect at all to a Panamanian resting among Uiem. r

Too many Yankees are resting for all eternity among tbe French.
Germans, Philippines, Koreans, Italians and in the islands of the
South Pacific, foreign lands under foreign flags, where Uiey gave up
all their vouthful hones and Jives to ficht the hatred and pre.iudire

that this unfortunate individual tries so hard, and o unsuccessfully,
i to foster.
'' . A Yankee. ..
I :'. (Who doesn't care particularly where he)f buried just
rt.-.. ao long as it is among friends); - V '. "; t

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14 00
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less those to the Canal Zone.-
K and tne truth the cnly
pi l"
i:d"Le"make.
aren t ewuy x-.- u,-
The person with
anybody .yoursejves,
hit of our broud heritage oi
Girl Across The Border
the nicer. Canal Zone girls (if
meeting me t-resiaent -ji w
. iri. ,.,v,n ward them
with the girls from
dou.-v.
uoirMe 10 my mother
;", h h a, i.c.U. obvious! is.
;V .rTc thv had h-tter
.uuc 5" -i.,,
t. hbit.i and not the
---- -1. art.iP
thp erirls .co and what
v. Ir j 7 "hai
I've noticed quite a few ot Me
n,itv, the influence of alcohol a4
they frnow what .they are. Who,-
The Slob Club
A PANAMANIAN
Valdes in La Hora eoncerninc the
she had to "suffer the inconven-
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ATLANTIC CITY 'A half-cen
tury reign Of power and fre frequently
quently frequently terror too of labor's
"high society,'' otherwise known as
the mighty Construction grades un unions,
ions, unions, is ending at this second AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO convention.
These are the unions which for
50 years decided who could work
at their trades, whrvt firms could
get skilled workers, how speedily
a project could go up, or whether
it should 0 up at all, and what
should be the cost Of- building
America's homes, factories, high
ways and bridges.
Labor's blua bloods are baing
routad by coalition of Gaorqa
Maany and hi prograttiva AFL
bloc, plu tha old CIO unions....
It began with the fight on the
rackets. The eud has been sharp
ened by the inability of the icon icon-struction
struction icon-struction unions to keep the Team"
l
sters .prdtherhood in
Kiar firfding up wiU
..
me At ji;tu,
with George Mea
nyls determination not only W rid
labor of the racket network, but to
wipe, out all the old arrogant ta
boos which have angered the pun
lie- steer: the: iiieh utton'Tjhoes
days and the throw-the-reporter
downtlje-tau-s fype of labor pub
.lit 'relatibnsV ..
Meany has Jeryed notice that the
"drop dead" attitude towards the
world is gone forevpr. He laid it
on the line .and declared! open war
on the elders when he told them
Wf in -strong words.
For years the Cons truction
Trades unions were closed unions.
They refused to take in new mem members.
bers. members. They had closed shop agree agreements
ments agreements with closed associations of
employers. This meant that they
froze out workers and businessmen
they didn't like or were trying to
drive from competition, the AFL-
CIO chief bluntly charged.
we went so far that we wouldn't
even take clearance cards," Meany
said scathingly. We shut the un
ion to other union members of our
own crafts from other cities. I am
not bragging about it. I am not
proud of it. I am telling you that
this is what we did 35 or 40 years
ago.';
This, of course, is what still is
being done in hundreds of cities
and on thousands of construction
projects even today There still are
closed unions in all construction
trades and in some of the theatri theatrical
cal theatrical crafts, too.
What it baing lost in all tha ax ax-citamant
citamant ax-citamant over tho oustar of tha
Taamttart is tha fact that no
: othar AFL laidar hat ovar man man-tionad
tionad man-tionad thasai taboos in public.
much last attacked tham. What
it baing obiourad by tha main'
bout it tho: fact that tha fight on
tho old power bloc it following
the pattern of tho fight on tho
rackati.
Once Meany publicly assailed the
mob some years ago, he made good
his promise that they'd have to go.
Now he's doing the same thing
with the costly gimmicks, of the
old craft union clan, which held
power in a union sometimes by in insisting
sisting insisting that new members must be
blood relatives of old duespayers
or that they -could only get cards
if they passed some weird mumbo
jumbo exams. This has cost indus industry
try industry and the public millions of dol dollars
lars dollars more each year than the
rackets ever have.
As the power of labor's high so society
ciety society tarnishes on its golden anni
versary, the basic strength passes
from the construction unions unions-Teamsters
Teamsters unions-Teamsters combine to the new In
dustrial Union Department headed
oy waiter Keutner always re
membering, of course that there is
only one central powerful leader
who can keep the AFL-CIO from
flying apart, and that is George
Meany.
. Thtra are 71 affiliated unions
in thit department, of tho AFL
CIO. II hat nearly $3,000,000. If
will become the banker of tho
AFL-CIO if the Taamttart de declare
clare declare war en the labor federa federation,
tion, federation, 'aide4 quietly by the Con
ttmction Tradet unions from -within.
' '-.- a
The staff of the Industrial Union
Deot. is being heavily increased
with some of the nation bright brightest
est brightest technicians and economists.
The Industrial Union Dept. may
soon take over the radio broadcast
ing functions of the AFL-OO'and
the department's leaders ay they
have the money for national TV
honkuns next vear.
If there is revolt by the,- con-
striicrioa unions in the- states arid
cities across the land, the Tnd'.is
trial Union Dept. has the right, the
power and the money to set up its
own re?ional units for politics and
any other figfit. .
It will be seen toon enough lh:it
i.t of this second convention of
ti.e merged AFL-CIO wUl come
fr.inJ philosophy of Ameripan
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Walter Winchellinlew York

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Mrs. ban Topping estranged
.1. ,vf th N. Y. Yankees' land
lord, and nroducer Joseph Fields'
boy Ralph are swapping-v tw
germs, .Soma Hemes i?";
Hosp for alterations. . .veneua
Stevenson, wno mvorceu ner uuj uuj-husband,
husband, uuj-husband, rejects reconciliation
pleas. Says she's become sour on
all males. (She's 18.). . Ai d 0
Ray's face is that long (in H H-wood)
wood) H-wood) blcause Tina Louise must
wing back to the bib iawn
Grover Whales, Jr. (son of the
famed New Yorker) and realty
heiress Jo Ann Le naca ao men
hand-holding at "21". .- .Elsa's ye-
ry-scloosuff set have a new nick
named for her: "Slenderella,
Some of Elsa's Jack Paar tar targets
gets targets think it should be 1 spelled
Slanderella. .Victor Near in g,
mate of Quiz Queen Vlytenne
Nearing, confirmed the columns
fniittiatinn comment by
moving Irom their Greenwich Vil Village
lage Village home to a B'kiyn bachelor
it. .Hear about the cheap
,olf? Tries to get his ate
skwiffft on beer.
The Madlton Avenue ad agen agencies
cies agencies a.- breathlessly wailing tor
a new, perfected TV rating sys system
tem system that insiders believe will
make all rating services obsolete
overnight. It instantaneous.
You can tell, immediately how
many sets are tuned into your cli client's
ent's client's program No decimal
points. . -No myth-matics .No
phone calls. The gadget a
wire (courtesy the iocal pnone
company) attached to at leasHiOO
sets id New York City . .And,
of course, in as many cities ( as.
you order. . This attaenment
Ilashes a light over the seyenm
Y. channels as each individual
set is dialed on or off American
Electronics on the 'stock ticker)
has the gadget
Cnmitta Windsor, .who mar
ried two millionaires, will be re
united with her 7-year-oiu mew mew-can
can mew-can son whom she last saw when
ko wait a vpar and 3 months old.
The late Manuel Beach! won the
boy's custouy 2 yeirs ago. .
vui.d Chasen. of HOHywooa s
famed Chasen's Restaurant, is 0-
kay following serious surgery.
Desi-Lucy celebrating their 17th
wedding ana'y. i .Query:.Is Pau Pau-iin
iin Pau-iin irr Jionrki the newscaster.
nimnmo a meraer with one 01
,hi. McCall's brass?. .Songstress
Bethe Douglas married a State
Dept. foreign attacne a lew we
ago. .' .The Scott Shptts have a
iitti ahoot ta girlu Pop's tha
NRf! lvealite. .Time mse's Sa
U.h Wini and -Carroll. Davis of
Tnm Dewev'a law stair wui oe
sputnik'd Jan. 4.
Arthur Godf rev's tour com menf
about the McGuire Sitters' wry
pointed Italian-made sheet (tho
other TV morning) had Italian
thee Importeri in tcart. They re report
port report "sales foil off Immediately
in 5th Ave. salont". . Roberta
Sherwood now owns her home
ia Miami --part of which is call called:
ed: called: "The Winehell Wing". .If t
okay now to Invito Vivian Blaine
and Pinky Le to th samo pod poddy.
dy. poddy. They utt kitted and made
up after a large foud tatting i
yrs. It started when they eo-star-red
in TVs "These Two". .The
abevt "II in 1 bod swing
unlucky" is In the film "Pol Jo Joey"
ey" Joey" end Noel Coward's "Nad
With Violin." (Which cam 1st?
tho chicken or tho egg). .
The Slato Brothers' popular place
in H'weed features "Pat" Morris
ays' sinful songt and her ynu ynu-twal
twal ynu-twal derriero specialty. 'v
Intide the Communist Party:
Red leaders from 'Penn,, N. J.,
Delaware and Maryland will hold
a "secret" conference fop labor
matters) within these atatea on
Ja -. Sth, 135(. top par.y
fo-- on the party's
district board at Washington y tM
fcroup ot comreCs" ib the Ca pi

y "I

tal: "I am convinced tha only
way Communists can; win in
this country is through the shed shedding
ding shedding of blood". .N. Y. Commu
h
nist Party ; members held a "se
cret" youth, convention at Brook Brooklyn's
lyn's Brooklyn's Parkway Plaza on the
night of Nov. 22nd. (Nyet, com-1
rade ) . The Commies are
making wiz us ziss joke: "The,
ingredients of the Sputnik cock
tail: Equal parts vodka and sour
grapes plus a dash of bitters."
Tho ex-Mrs. Carlton Palmer (the
incomparable Tom Johnson) is di divorcing
vorcing divorcing H. F. Lensing in Palm
Beach this week. He gave her a
fabulous new home there as part
of -the Settlemint. .Cathy Carr,
the. singer, canceled her middle-
aisle walk: with Carl Kocn prac practically
tically practically at the altar. '. . .Dorothy
Knapp, one of the most beautiful
of the Earl Carroll "Vanities?
girls, is v decorating jewelify
counter at Magnin's Los Angeles.
She dwells with ., former movie
star Anna Mae Wong . Society
suspects the hot rumors are
true: That the TJeorge Vanderbilts
may decide things with legal
fireworks. .' .Very ii' watchman
Ardie Bulova and wife decided a-
part is better. She's in a hotel
under a nom de plume. 1. .ine
Tom Roddys Roxannt o TV and
the stage) broke all our hearts
bv Boine nack to their home
town. Minneapolis, away out mere
with all them cowboys and In
dians. ,-
Boston socialite EH in Bently, III
It uh huh tbout Irtgrid's daugh
ter Pla. .The Thomas Flemings
are paranticiptlng about Christ
mas. .She's tht great-grandghtr
hot Woolworth, the S and 10 store
launder. .Anna Stan (imported
by Samuel Gold wyn to challenge
Oarbo) came out of retirement
to be leading lady in this'wtRk's
Winchell File'' ahow...The now
shop in tha Hotel Park-Sheraton
(next door to where Mr. Anatta-
tia Swat rat-a4at-tarted) faaturet
health foodt. .Broadway' larg larg-ett
ett larg-ett spot had exactly three cutto.
mart at tha bar and not a tout
(at any table) for its s o c 0 n d
show a few midnights A90a0 Tax-
it may seen start 'charge ac account
count account systems here. .Win, Shel Sheldon,
don, Sheldon, proxy of tfi film firm that
just wen a big censorship war In
Chicago (over t homevat ."came
of Love"), ltn't talking center center-ship
ship center-ship with Swiss model Francine
Brandt.

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No. 31-40 JUSTO AROSEMENA AVE. between 31

Lanvln Prsxy Idouard Cour-

nand advises milady to wear
pertume on earlobes, the neck,
tha wrists asd bahind the knees.'
We dongeddet, eithw). v .Wm.
Syinons (Vikki Dougas's ex) and
wine Ricky (the Power beaut)
exoect their miniature in Jan.
. .Aly Khan got his kix at a joint
on 2nd m the 20s;. The Burg's
newest spot for the gels-will-be
boys crowd. .Gall wliitney of
the solid-gold yo-yo set, is get
ting crank letters ripping her fi
ance. '. .Another first: One of the
President s brilliant new speech.
writing aides is a Isegro. . .The
latest big advance in cancer re
search was made with your do
nations to 'he Runyon Fund. See
last Wednesday's N. Yt Times.
. .Fancy-Meeting-You-here Dept:
Honey Merrill, eyeful with Jackie
Gleason around town; flew to
Yurrop where, he sjeks peace,
Kitws Item: "Tommy Manville
divorced by 10th wife. (He los
es more wives that way). .Tern-
dus FUiitS Dent. Patricia Pear.
don (she was little girl Fluffy in
"Junior Miss") presented husband
Richard Horner with a 2nd dgh dgh-tr.
tr. dgh-tr. .Heads are toppling at RKO
theatres. Many vips, too. . .Le
nore Lemmon is mending from
major surgery in a Florence, I
taly hosp.. Due back here Yule-
time. .Ex Collier's ace 'Peter
Maas is doing: a book for Har
per's on lawyer Edward Bennett
Williams, who defended F. Cos-
tello, J, Hoffa and Co. .The Ab
sinthe House crowd are convinced
Franchot Tone and actress Dolo Dolores
res Dolores Dorn-Heft are not secretly
sealel. as intimate thawt. Dot
nize, don't fight.). .Add p i-c k.
me-ups: Tall galss, good slug
cognac, dash rum with ice cold
milk. (Milk???). Jia, ha to
Demse Darcel's biography mem
os: "like all. French women she
is noted for her cooking."
HIT BRITISH INACTION
LONDON (UPV-Lord iBeaver
brook's Sunday Express has rec
ommended here that v Britonr
launch their own earth satellite in
stead of criticizing. the U.S. Jail
ure. "Do not waste", your synv
pathy on the Americans," the Ex
nress said. "Their disappointment
is only temporary. Reflect, instead
on Britain's position in the apace
race. .Britain has no position at
all. We are not even in the race."
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ivatrtt whata aoiha ou at- the
White House today? you tatf't'
cape comparing w ma nu.v
stand of great, over age box boxing
ing boxing champ, eg8 by -his ma
nagers to go in were auo aim
vi naarindf the last round. Jhfc
Chamo ha xaken tfcee had falls.
But each time, the manager are,
m there- splashing water; on his.
face, rubbing his arms, massaging
the biceps; telling him he has to
get back-in the rlng.J: The box box-oiiice
oiiice box-oiiice receipt depend on it; They
are .out. of lucic, out l jod u
he doesn't perfprm. He goe back
slugging.' jt yt v' j V V.
' He ''knoWrthat the life "insurance
tables are -against him, that his
wife ha Implored him to retire
from the ring, that hi son wanti
him to live the rest of his life
in peace,.. -But the box office,; tne
managers their, position and
prestige the grand old party de demand
mand demand another round. Game to the
end, he fights on.
Jim -.Haiecty. chiei coach of
the. management, team, rushes
back from Pans. Before ne taxes
over, his assistant, Mrs. -Anne
Wheatonromits -the Madison Ave Avenue
nue Avenue nep talk, the adiesiiver,. lets
the, doctors', bulletin sneak. . for
themselves... But Jrm vis an old
hand, with the megaphoned .4
Twice before he got the Champ
ud from the mat, helped persuade
him. he ws better than tefore,
in one :ase sent him offto Pana
ma from a sickbed to prove it.
It made no -difference that ., the
Champ, at Panama, told the Pre
sident of Brazil, hiintelf a doctor:
"I feel ick and tired, all ; the
flme.''. The wobbly knees;s?ha
tired feeling made no difference.
The manager were in there to
murmur of protest .from .tne
Champ.,. He even lrowned out
the new story of veteran United
Press newsman Merriman Smith
when Smith quoted the Champ!
"I had to jsay yes because: they
101a me Miney aits, t nave ume to
build up another candidate.'...
They had also told lnm he would
n't have to do much wosk, they
would handle thingr for him. But
he had found out different.
FIGHT GOES ON
On the third fall, the managers
had known the history of strokes.
known the likelihood of recurrence
when .a champ ia old, when he's
under stress and strain, when he
has to sweart over tough decison.
But the managers threw water
in hi face: massaged the muscles.
told-Atrrf to iget bacbf in there and
fight just the same... Jim Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty knew all too weL how diffi
cult it was to aet the Chamn to
tackle major problems. He!d been
with him at Newport when the
uiamp didn't want to tackle Lit
tie Rock, almost had to be haul hauled
ed hauled off the golf course to. tackle
it... Jim will deny this, of court.
And he has the megaphone, But
it' true... The -managers also
knew how the Champ vas finding
it difficult to concentrate. They
knew, the medical history- of older
people when less blood flows to
the brain; now .their mental func
tions decline, how K's difficult
for an older man to make deci
sions under stress and strain"
which is why the military iervjee
insists on retiring men shortly "af "after
ter "after m...
Th managers knew how the
Champ wanted all report brought
him in .capsule form, how he sel
dom wanted to -study proh'mi
more than 20 or 30 minutei..Thej
knew too cf the testimony of Dr1.
John W. Gofman, the University
of California specialist: "Arterios "Arteriosclerosis
clerosis "Arteriosclerosis of the brain, that, is, nar
rowing of ""the Wood vessel of
the brain, it definitely related to
arteriosclerosis of the heart. When
the blood vessels of the heart' are
narrowed, so on TJie average are
the blood vessels of the. brain,

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"Thi take' -an-anorrtou toll :

of lives, 'and mor than that it,
affects usefulnets. It h' not only(
a problem In-that its victims c-?
cupy our mental hospitals in old-.'
er -age, but-of much -mora vatt
importance is the loss;' of effect
ivenes ,due 4o duuinUhing; t blood
supply to the, brain in large num numbers
bers numbers of crucUl individuals 1 1
their most .eftective, yr.M; ':
' Finally,: the' Champ' manager
knew how distressed lie hid been
over the neadacnes anft ; heart
aches of the past year ova
Little Rock, the missile failures.

ana tne- picxering. insiae nia own
Cabinet...- He had' been, accustom accustomed
ed accustomed to tougn body-blows in?Ai war
time,, but. he' .writhed in apprise
and inward hurt when hi A good -friend
and Secretary of the. Trea Treasury,
sury, Treasury, George Humphrey, publicly
lambated hi budget. ?
An attack on the budget 1y a1
member of the -Cabinet ..was -: un unprecedented.
precedented. unprecedented. Jt Jiad never happen happened
ed happened before in history. Butf tht tht-Champ
Champ tht-Champ drdn't;fire his?critic,! a -his
preicessprs Vouid have done;
He went Instead tb visit at Humph- -rey'
Georgia plantation, ereby
adding to the budget confusion jjt
Washington... There'wls; 4 mora
confusion when th -Secretary" of
Commerce publicly- blasted" wage

ina price controls one day after
the Champ had OK'd wage and
price controls to stop infiation.i
Publicly slapping the: Champ now v
seemea 10 oe contagious.
" Charlie Wilson was the 5next to
slap.back .when he and tha r.hamn
differed over federaiizing the Na National
tional National Guard. Charlje, visiting' -thg
White House, told newsmen;
- im isn't, my; duttghill.";., t.Tha
newsmen had to clean up his re-
marx... t.ater mrv Wilson slap slapped
ped slapped the; Champ hardj as: only a
woman can slap and vget 'ay
with it. She wa rewarded by a
special trio south In th rhi
private' plane.
.These things were not ,' what
the manager promised th -Chamn
when they urged him, after- two
kail mUI . 1
mu sjjiu4, iu aiay on in me ring;
when they told him they would
handle things for him, not to wor worry,,.
ry,,. worry,,. He did worry. '
He especially worried over th
missile satellite failures. Anil
this contributed to hi third fall...
dw., once, again the managers
rushed in with the bucket of wat water,
er, water, the quick massaae. the mesa.
phone, Hagerty telling the public
vvrvrnins via rtina
better' or Mr worsen once tgaiiii
theChamp fought j
O-Cedar'a exclnsiva
vwonder-Workinf
Angle", lets the sponge
crab out stubborn dirt
faster... soak" up spills -easier...
damp mop
floors in juat minutes.
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Agriculture secretary ,i
Benson unveiled an experimental
U scheme today to bring- e n t i r e
a -JarraS into the soih bank, program
n i and grow only grass land trees on
;) the land... .;
,t Benson said the plan would be
tried experimentally in Illinois,
Maine, Netsrs ska and-Tenness.ee.
If it succeeds in these areasp he
v said, there is a good chance the
if .administration will push for a tft-
5able expansion- ef the system.
. t The plan woufcUbe an extension
, of the current program under
, ;whicht farmers are paid to -stop
. growing (surplus crops and use the
landfor conseCTation purposes'
"H & t it iBewson indicated t a news cqn cqn-LJJ
LJJ cqn-LJJ ference that the ovsuneni.woiae
be willing to increase the size of
..th8 nanents, if .formers would

' "put all of their land into the soif

7 bank. v r- v;:!4j
He said they' V6uld Invited
.to submit jbids ; for, government
t contraqk offering:;, toUake their
I farms out 6f crop production for a
', eertain price.. ..
ft Bensorf 1 iaid 'In reply- to ques-
lions that the. plan was not esped-'
; illy designed to g'et smalL farmers
of$,the land : and into .towns. But
he .aid ii might encourage them
to- BO this
fle s-vsugBested that thev depart-vv-ment'f
x, rural ji development .pro-
wgrflttxopet'ating.i -in i some areas
h cojuld help farmers make the
V transition by providing vocational
v irainintf and aiding them in find
'iAg vfjsn 'Jobs.-'-' ''-" ...
About ; 12.0W f aymers already
have put their entire farm Into
the soil bank although the present
program has hd special provision
for such action.-'
The hank has two sections. The
short-range .acreage. reserve is de designed
signed designed to seduce production of
corn, cotton, wheat, rice and to tobacco:
bacco: tobacco: Under the Ions-range con con-,
, con-, eervation reserve f a rmers are
paid to shift crop land into grass

or trees for contract periods rang ranging
ing ranging from three to 10 years. 1 ,;
The "whole' farm" plan would
require deposits of land in the
- conservation reserve for at least
five years.
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BRILLION, Wis: (UP)- The
town ef- BrilliOB has given taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers a Christmas present. Officials

""saltr ri' 'audit showed me town
treasury, had so much money that
no towijship taxes will be levied
next year.

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.v'tbvt- july 'and- "J''::!s(.. v m,- ...

GIFT itidPPIIIGJS NO PROBLEM . I

On Admlnisirallon ;
ROM.. Dec. irwUPv-The

Communists asked Italy today to

deny use of her. territory for A-

merican missile bases, "Negoti

ate" -withdrawal of U.S. forces
in Italy, abandon the Eurepean
Common Market project, and cut

defense, expenditure by "at least
20 per cent."

The requests, which non-Com

munist circles shrugged off as

deserving' no consideration, were
contained in the party's tentative

electoral platform. It was outlin outlined
ed outlined to. the central committee yes yesterday
terday yesterday by"1 party number two
man Giancarlo Pajetta and pube
lished today, in the party organ
Lunita.-!';;. -XA'L ...

Paietta indicated In his report

that i the Communists hoped for
an unwritten' alliance with other

arties against the governing
Ihristian Democrats in next

snrinss general elections. But he

J carefully. -regained from using
Ithe dis.ctedited 'tertn; ;;Pe op le s

",We are asking all Italians to
help- work ou$ pur program," P'
jetta' said'.-" v-4-
"We, are offeruig the results
of our experience and of our work,

and we want to produce a pro program
gram program that is the program of all

ItaUanw)rKers;.".,-
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i ) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11,. 195? V O
TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY, NEWSFATTft
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LUnrcglsIsrcd Agent
For Trujillo Vill
I
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 J (UP)
Former FBI aeent John J. Frank
prepared .today to appeal his
conviction lor serving as an un
registered agent of the Domini.
can Republic and Its "strong
man- jeaaer Kaiaei iTujuio.'

-raM-. . i ....... I. Mi.niHimiMMHilWlllWlillllld HllMnrU Mn '- J """"'" AIIPIWH HiaHHS I I

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l .: t.iJs I ll t ..Z.,.. I itdf...'! fc.r.i..!'. ; 1,1

tr fnli stment These 11 men from Fort Kobbe were sworn In for a total of 63 years by MaJ. John J. Harth, adjutant of the 1st Battle Group, 20th
TrtfMtrv in ceremonies during the past week. Responsible for these new Regular Army members is poso recruiting sergeantTSf a James A. Alger, who; m:,
m SSbj i to T torcanal Zone has recruited nearly 700 men. Besides signing for another hitch in the U.S. Army, the men received nearly $15jjD00 in-bo-
Ss They are left to right, Sp3 James Bodle of Hq. and Hq. Co.. Sp3 Fra nk Lafayette. Hq. 2nd Provisional Battalion. Sgt. Ray-Wilfong of cTcompaiiy.A
r?i James Patterson of B Company. Sp3 George O'Leary of C Company and Sgt. Steve Hall of the. 518th Engineer Company. In the back row are Sgt.
Ogl. James raiierson OI D u vuiy J c? nnr n nt r rnmnanv fiirt. Willi fltrlnnpr nt T rnmiwnv anA Sn9 .TimmiB

Richard Lllla or D company,
Williams of C Company.

France Averts Crisis When Pflimlin
Yields to 10 Federal Wage Demand
'
f
PXRIS Dec. 11 (UP) France (expected to burst Into the open
breithed' easier today with the'fgain once the NATO conference
passing of another crisis scare. s over.
FJnanace minister Pierre Pflim J
lin' yielded at a stormy cabine. The greatest danger to the life
session, last night to Socialist de- of the cabinet is the long-standing
... ,-ivii sM-viees waee faUd between championr of un-

: niauuo iyi w w
increases.
Socialist Ministers of Felix Fail Fail-lard's
lard's Fail-lard's Coalition Cabinet were rea ready
dy ready to walk oat if-the increases
were not .orthcoming.
It was a complete retreat for
the har i headed Finance Minist Minister,
er, Minister, j last week he fold civil
servai;. that the government s
cotiei'a were empty, and that no
'wage increases could possible be
granted.
Goaded by Gailard, Pflimlin fi finally
nally finally agreed to find the moneys
$178 milion.
' He, said he would cut govern government
ment government spending, but he did not
specify where.
'The crisis was averted mainly
bjecause of fear that France would
be without a government for next
week's NATO summit conference
here.. j
But chronic dissension within
the ; live week-old Cabinet is
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This antioathv was at the root
nf the tioaf. crisis iust averted.

The Socialists wanted hignenoressea in cowDoy sciovne picsea

salaries for government employes,
and were ready to walk out in
support of their demands. Ihe
Conservatives were ready, to walk
out if money lor the wage raises
was obtained by additional taxes
Pflimlin said that the raises
would become effective in two
stages: Jan, 1 and Aug. 1.
Informed sources said be was
deeply disturbed by the size of
the raise which comes to 10 per
cent of the current wage. Increases
recently granted to workers in
the nationalized gas, electricity
and transportation industries were
in the range or 5 per cent... .
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Geld Prise S5M.N
Highway Dragnet
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USAF Investigates
ales Of Orgies
LONDON. Dec. 11 (UP) The
U. S. Air Force launched a full
investieation today into charges
American airmen- and British girls
-were holding orgies in country
churchyard. .
An 18-year-old girl described the
aliened narties to newsmen, say
linf that -about 90 U. S. airmen
up girls in bars m .;Nottfnghsm
and -took them to the .f'fancbln
the churchyard in nearby 'Rud-
oingion. , .',."..
She said the couoles sang bar
rack room songs, drank plenty of
Mississippi moonshine and tnen
shared sleeping bags through the
night.
The Rev. Clive Shrimnton. Ane
lican vicar of Ruddington,' said he
had heard no complaints regard
ins auch miscAiduct.
"I think I would have heard If
anyone had complained to the po
lice," he said.
The police said the girl's state.
mnts rnnlrt not be confirmed.
Thev said they were investigating
but had turned up no evidence of
any orgies.
U. S. 3rd Air Force healquar-
ters in London issued an official
statement saying it was lnvestigst lnvestigst-ine
ine lnvestigst-ine the charges.
The cirl. who was not identified.
said about 50 airmen from Scul Scul-thorpe
thorpe Scul-thorpe and Alconbury Air Force
bases donned cowboy clothes and
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Annual BHS Xmas Concert
To Feature Balanced Program

The 37th annual' Balboa High
School Christmas concert will be
presented Dec. 17 at the Balboa
Theater beginning at 8 p.m.
Am in rarsnt veart. fh nrn-
fgram will again be Characterized
by the balance of familiar Christ-!
mas music and ideologies an d
those that are less familiar
Don Randel. associate-conductor
and organist; and Arthur O'Leary,
director of the Troubadour Band,
will set the mood of the occasion
with their presentation of Christ
mas carols at the organ and with
the band.
Randel will perform inside the
theater while O Leary's group will
perform at the Balboa theater
entrance. Their prelude will begin
at, 7:45,
Promotlv at 8 n.m. Vi ct or
Herr, director of. music at .Bal
boa High, will conduct the or
etiestra in various Christmas se
lections ranging from a chorale
from the pen of Mende'ssohn to
the "Cradle Song" of H. Adams.
The orchestra will be followed
by the mixed, .chorus, glee club
and symphonic band.
Their offerings Will range from
an eighth Century Gregorian chant
to "White Christmas." The band
will sound the final chord on
the first half of the program with
"March: of the Three Kings"
which they recorded, three years
ago .tor a nationwide C.B.S.
broadcast

rounded up Willing girls, in bars1!1? .JEZSS. w
and saloon, in Npttingham. ll!! hu SSt "nd "upportlnt

She said the airmen called them
selves the "ranch hands" and that
they called the churchyard the
rsncn."
She 'showed reporters what was
described as a membership card,
a blue card with the printed words
"The Ranch Ltd.." and a snace
for the irr "partner for the
weekend.".
Riddleberger
Is New US Envoy
To Greece
WASHINGTON. Dee.' If (TP-
President Eisenhower today
named james W. Riddleberger as
new ambassador to Greece.
ing him from the currently touchy i
pw m xugusisvia.
. ... . I
Kiddleberger-. a- esrwr nf icr
at- tne Mate Departmest sine

aHU , lWMO. lilt. UUOUM1.U n WO, OV-11
1929, has been ambassador to Yu- 'stumbling into his home, mum mum-goslavia
goslavia mum-goslavia since 1953. : I Mine dark comments to nn an. in

fcm greece. Riddleberger will
succeed f e r m r Ambassadnr
! George V. Allen, who has been
named new director of the United
States Informstion agency.
T0DAY.ENaNT0O5-.20
. Cary Grant
' Deborah Kerr In
"An Affair Te Kemember"
In Cinemascope and Color!
Marshall Thorn Don In
XCBE or THE SWAMP
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; SPANISH DOUBLE!
Ormen Mopteio In
;"LA PEQUESA ENEMIGA
. --Abel Sa'star-ln
VJUSTICIA del COYOTE"
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The second half of this year's
program will be a, medieval-type
mystery play, "The Coming1 of
Christ," directed and staged -by
Donald E. Musselmsn with music
per.ormed bv. the B.H.S. Glee
Club, ithis play by j John iMaSei
field, will- music by Gustav
Hoist, was inspiredby the mys
Tick'eu'fvmiraKi
available-free of charge at the
uaiDoa. mg scnooi ; pmce.
Amateur Woodsman
'Holds Thai Tree'
Until Firemen Come
DULUTH. Minn. Dec. 11 A
householder rose to the occasion
yesterday afternoon when a 30-
foot tree threatened to crush his
home.
The man, about 55 and of me medium
dium medium size, lost sight of where he
was chopping and the tree, about
iour ieet ,m. circumierence, Degan
toppling onto his house.
The modern-day Paul Bunvanl
who refused to allow use of his
name, stepped into the breach and
held the tree up at arm's length
for about an hour, getting angri angrier
er angrier and weaker by the. min minute.
ute. minute. First of all, he called to his wife
for more than 10 minutes before
she heard him. She rushed outside
j i . j
above his head.
"What shall I do?" she cried;
"Call my brother," the despert
ate woodsmen shouted. ;
she was unable to find th e
brother and returned.;
"What shall I do P" she asked
again.
. "Rouse the neighbors," her
spouse called, .
She ran to neighboring homes.
but -no one was in. However, she
found two small boys passing by
on the street and enlisted their
aid. They were too small to hep:
and were dismissed. r:
"What shall I do now?" she
wailed.
Call a service station." th e
rapidly weakening husband mut
tered between clenched teeth.
Off went the wife again on a
tour of service stations, but. they
were too busy to send help. She
"Call the fire department,", the
husband whispered.
Firemen came to the rescue,
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7.-00 TODAY! 9.00
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Ut per CAB!
DANA ANDREWS In
"COMANCHE"
la TECHNICOLORl
.: Tomorrow!
- WILLIAM LESLIE
KiTHERINE GRANT tn
'The Night The World
Collapsed'

A federal court iurv of nine

women and three men, after 19
noars or aeiiDerations, found
Frank guilty Monday on four
counts. On each count Frank
laces a maximum possible een een-tence
tence een-tence of five vears In orison and
m,ouu in lines.
The defense contended Frank
was a victim of government "en "entrapment.".
trapment.". "entrapment.". It said the KOvern-
ment had full knowledge of his
acuviues as a security bdvuer to
irujiiio.
v Frank. 42. now a- lawyer in
Wasmngton, showed no apparent
sign ot emotion when the ver
dict -was announced. Shortly be before
fore before the lurv filed Into the courts
room he appeared to be utterinsr
a brief .prayer.
CopjChaiialubb
Into Suicide Shot
QUINCE- Mass.! Dee. 11 UP
A 28-year-old man was1 accused of
murder today on the charee that
he goaded his wife into commit
ting suictde by calling her "chick
en ue aiso was accused of sug
gesting she trip the rifle trigger
witn ner toe because she could not
reach it with her finger. :t
liano rsrsampieri pleaded in
nocent to the charge. He was or
dred held without ,banY a; i
District Attorney Mvron Lane
said Persampieri was accused in
the death of his 24 year-old. wife
Grace h3cause he was "respon
sible." Lane referred to a Jaw
which says anyone who -"advises,
aids or counsels' suicide may be
cnargea witn murder. .
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Police said that Persampieri
taunted nis wife mto shooting her
self after an argument -in. which
he said, he wanted a divorce.':
They said she threatened to
commit Suicide and Persampieri
told' her she was "chicken Po
lice said he admitted he loaded
the : rifle for her, .4
Biliv Graham Film
a .! V' 'f'
Hi. MHlllletllevI
Baptist
The religious film, ."Battle
ground vEurope,M depicting some
of Billy Graham's ministerial
work in Europe, will be shown to
night at the Emmanuel baptist
Church of Pueblo Nuevo.
Christmas activities slated for
this month are as follows:
At 2:30 p.m Dec. 2, the Sun
day School department will be
presenting a play entitled: "No
Hoom in The. inn."
. Tuesday, Dec. 24, will be known
as: "Fun Time. Treat and Devo
tion Day when over 150 children
of the Sunday School will gather
to snare in una annual .affair,
wntcn commences at 4 p.m.
Christmas baskets will be dis
tributed. and special events will
be neld for- the children of the
Sunday School and other under
privileged children, who. will be
invited by the Pastor. Rev. David
Christmas morning service will
begin at 8 p.m.. with Rev. D. Jem-
moil, Dnnging m unnstmas mes
sage. -v.-. f
PRESIDENTE
TODAY
LAST TIME!
In memory, of the greatest
Star discovery of the decade:
JAMES DEAN
f HI9 TWO IMMORTAL
I MOTION PICTURES :
i "EAST OF EDEN"
and '.-. r--' -:
"REBEL WITHOUT A
CAUSE'' V ;-
Both In CINEMASCOPE St
TECHNICOLOR! ;
A, Gigantle Double Feature!
TOMORROW!
ktrigv wik fid m4
van JOHNSON
KARTWE CAROL
HERBERT ID!.!
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ci31 inn
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spr nnMALD w: JOHNSON renter, la nreiented a certificate of

achievement for exceptionally meritorious service while assigned.
a personnel management specialist in the Adjutant Generaya
Office, Fort Amador, during the period Nov,: 10, 1956 to J3ec. ; ;
1957. At the right is Maj. Jack E. Compton, chief of the military -rh
personnel management branchj and looking on at the left is Capt,
Edward Mack, assistant chief of the branch, r Johnson was re- s.,.hL

. sponsible for the administrative

ubicqi personnel jeiurnuig w mo vjhjuhcuwi vnuc.oifn 10t
son left the command Sundsy for his home Pasa-A-GrilL : Florida.
He plans to. enroll in Columbia University soon after separation :,st
v v-r from the Army this month, j .w
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MOmS-TCLEVISION
. by Erakine Johnson :
? ; N4 Stftt Corrtspondini

HOLLYWOOD fNEA)- Close
ups and Longshots:r I can't say
for"s.ureol:;couretv-lnitV;.zsa;.Z.
uaDor's alwavs relentless, out re
cently-, stepped ; up bid .for publi
city may nave sometnmg to oo
with younger lister i Eva's new newfound
found newfound movie, glory,, H frequently
itallarl f4,th ft.intf '' IsKaW c Hit ia
Eva has been in lour big lilms this
year and lor the first time in the
headline crowded Gabor family
history her acting career, at least,
may, overshadow Zsa Zsa's.
Eva. moving like Gangbusters.
is in "My Man Godfrey,'! Don't
tio mear tne water," "uigi" and
"The., truth about Women." and
I bet if we knew the' truth about
the Rnhord- Zsa Zsa ia crrindlnff
ner teeth- or her -diamonds about
little Eva's dash across the shaky
Hollywood career Ice.' :
The dolls practice 'sisterly' love,
they say; but I-vcan remember, the
time ,Eva gave -Mama; Jolie ,'one
of her think coats. '"Dahling;; you-
Mter, Eya explained';
Jerfuj because, i meantjl had
one less mink.!?
Eva plays a -uniformed, war cor
respondent in -"Don't Go Near the
water" but naturally there's a Ga Gabor
bor Gabor tough to the role blck lace
peeking out around her GI blouse.
In "Gigt", she plays the role of a
girl .who tries to kill, herself when
Louisf Jourdan decided he loves
Leslie Caron. But that's not -according
to the Gabor recipe for
love, goulash and headlines.
Gabors, savs Eva. "do not
die tor men we live for them."
IF HOLLYWOOD wants tae'sri-
swer to the box office jitters, Viri Viri-cent
cent Viri-cent Price should be called in
to give a depositfon about his, art
lectures to club women and col college
lege college students here, there and
everywhere, he told ine on : the
Playhouse 90 set that the No. J
question he's asked about Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood movies is:
1 "Why do ; they" cast .people we
-don't want to see in, today's mo
vies?" ..;..,, y...:, .. w -'J;'
They'resUfl ialking,- too he
says,- about, the make-up-covered
monr ne piayea- m Hoiiyeood s
most successful 3-D movie, "House
of Wax.". He's been telling audi-
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SOMETHING ABOUT A SHOULDER "Hold That Tir-
it th theme son, of Ale, Kerr, but it mM The f
year-old animal trainer is shown toting "Begut- his two-VearA
old Benga! tiger during a circus rrsaTAoV !teKtondV

processing of officer and W
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ences: "I fainted one on that set
but nbbody knew it because I had V
no.,expre8sion-on my acif
t;- That ;chisie adventure, "Swiss
Family Robinson," is the: basis J
for a new telefilm series jdue' for j
shooting on an island off the coast'
Of Mexico. Ex-movie man Edgar J
Ulmer is the producer,; It may be 5
the t oad to' reunion for Bing Cros- I
by and Bob Hope.' They're plotting t
to revive their iamoui "?'Roadr'
films as an independent production.

HOLLYWOOD'S turned the big
switch, I just discovered, for -the
film version of Diana Barrmore's
sordid confessions; "Too .much.
Too Soon." The movie, with Errol
Flynn as the-, late Great Profile,
and Oscar winner. Dorothy MaWne
as Diana, js nwre about papa then
daughter.---y c ; f ..
It's still 'Diana's life bui' the
bl role 'in thefilni is .fjynn's
as onetim 'movie idol Barrymore
And that -should explain why-' Ann
Blyth, ..Carroll Baker -5 and; Anne
Baxter all nixed the rofr6f Diana.
Pinky Lee does his last kiddie
TV show in New York this month
and returns to the saloon circuit.
Yup, he'll revive Ws! famed strip
tease satire... Marilyn Monroe re returns
turns returns to Haollvwood in' December
to discuss "Blue Angel" at Fox.
It's a remake of Martens Die
trich's1 first film ; hit, with three
songs slated for Miss Wiggle Hips.
THIS IS Hollywood Jrs. Janes.
Ann Miller's contract for 11 years
at mum prohibited her from ap-
pearing -on television: Now that
she's no longer under contract to
the studio; she's being iaged there
for an MGM-VT comedy series,
-',' 888
Bob Crosby- tells it on himself,
when he arrived at the NBC
studios for Gisele MacKenzie ? s
"This Is "jrour Life" surprise, a
woman In the crowd Outside look looked
ed looked up and Said, "Oh, i know whose
life it is .tonight there's, his Blro-
ther.f.s.-g-- ; ..
Ros Rogers is-hitUngthr trial 1
back to big screen movies next
year. He also' has -writers ..work
ing on a film he's just the -type
for "The Roy rogera Life story.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1957

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NCO Wivea
Hald MMtilM

Th Ft. Calvton NCO ;W i v e

Club held their regular' monthly

Rnxlneii Meeting Tuesday eve

ning Dec. S in the Ft. Clayton

Mm flnen Meia.

The election of hew officer for

th coming six-months term was

held. The following members were
elected as new officers president,

Mrs. ..Either Moore, vice presi
rlnt. Mrs. Julia Browning; secre

tary. Mrs. Virginia Mosley, and

triirr. Mrs.. Margaret Blais.

These officers will be installed at
the next Business meeting Jan 7,
in the Ft. Clayton NCO Open

Mess.

A gu.est who was welcomed to
the NCO. Wives' Club at this

meeting was Mrs. Ila Jean

Schwegman. New members who
also were welcomed were Mrs.

Jean Johes. Mrs. Mabel Hughes,

and Mrs. Pat Swanson. Hostesses

for the evening were Mrs. Peggy
Berge, Shirley Taylor. Doris Reel,
and Martha Anderson.

Mrs. Edith IBurch, chairman of

Entertainment Committee, an

nounced that the Husband and

Wife Social will be :a Dinner-

Dance ana Christmas Party. All
members attd their husbands are
cordially, invited, and may call
Mrs. BurcMin regard vto reserva reservations
tions reservations and, for Jurther information
It is recquested .that two gifts be
brought to this party, by each
member ne for lady and one
for a gehUeman- price not to
exceed 50 cents fdr, each.
All members were reminded the
next social function on the calen calendar
dar calendar for the NCO Wives' Club

will be the reguisr monthly

held 10 Dec. from 30 to llrOO

a.m. in the Ft. Clayton NCO cor
dially Invited to attend.
Christmas Carol
Sing At Clayton
A post-wide candlelight Christ

mas carol sing will be held a

cross the street from the CFN

hnilrtinff sb Ft. Clavton next Sun

day at 7 p.m. Santa Claus will

be present and candy will be dis
tributed to all the children.

The Ft. Clayton Choir and the
USARCARIB Band wU) participate

m the caroling. Following the ca

rol sing, refreshments will be
served to enlisted personnel at

the Service Club.
Carnival Dance
Class At USO-JWB

Carnival Dance Class has start started
ed started again at the USO-JWB. Those

who wish to learn ranamaman
dances or to get ready for the
Carnival season, should enroll for
this course. There is no fee. Capt.
Luis Tivar is instructing the
class.

Dr. Arthur Pats
Will Spaak
On Marriage
Mrs. Joan Cartotto, Mrs. Maria

de'la Guardia, Mrs., Bernice

Deming. and Mrs.. Irene Donovan

will.be the hostesses at tne De

cember meeting of the Altar-Ro-

sarv Society, tomorrow night at

7:30 p.m. m the social hall of Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart Chanel in Ancon. Doc

tor Arthur Petz, post surgeon at

Fort Clavton, will speaK on a

Catholic Doctor Looks at Mar

riage." All women of the com community
munity community interested in this, subject

Welnesday Morning Coffee to be are cordially invited to attend.

bus. ...

Atlantic Bridge
Club Wlniwrr
Thn Mnurpll Movement was Dlav-

ed at the regular weekly, bridge

game held at me Margarita
srvirn renter with the follow

ing winners: tied lor first place

tvora Mr inn airs. w oliui-

paugh with Mr. Armitage and
Mrs, Johnson; second, Mrs. Ju Julius
lius Julius Loeb with Mrs H a y 1 c it
Jones; third, Mr, Hubert Delgado
with Mr. Augusto Kam; fourth,
Mrs. Irl Sanders with Mr. Julius
Tstoh- fifth Mr. and Mrs. George

A. Tully and sixth, Mrs. Myra

Brown with Mrs. wooaruu.
Dinner Dance
Marks Opening
Of Kobbo Club
Special ceremonies and a formal
dinner-dance are scheluled for the
Fort Kobbe Officers' club Friday

night, Dec. J3 to mark the open opening
ing opening of the newly renovated build

ing.
At 7 o'clock post commander
Col. Robert W. Garrett will offi

ciate at a ribbon cutting, after

which the clubhouse will be open
for inspection by the guests. Din Dinner
ner Dinner is to be served from 8 p.m.

and there will be dancing until

12:30 a.m.

Reservations are needed and can
be made with club secretary

Capt. Johnnie Price
The clubhouse has been under,
going face lifting and renovations

for three months. Part oi tne con-
atrnotinn an modernization work

was performed by the 158th Engi

neer company (womDaij, unaer
rh rMrertinn of 1st Lt. David P.

Larsen, the commanding officer.

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MINISTER OF FOREIGN RELATIONS AQU1LINO BOYD
S SlVES LUNCHEON FOR DEPARTING AMBASSADOR
? The Minister of Foreign Relations Aquilino Boyd gave a
V luncheon today at the Union Club in honor of the Ambu-
Jador of Costa Rica, Carlos de la Espriella, who has been
transferred to Mexico by his Government.

Capt. And Mrs. Abbott
Entertain
Capt. and Mrs. Elmer G. Ab Abbott
bott Abbott entertained last evening at
their home in Diablo Heights with
a bienenidalespedida supper
party.
Honored guests were Mr. and
Mrs. I. F. Mcllhenny and Mr.
and Mrs. David Yerkes, all of

Diablo Heights, who returned
It Monday from a vacation in the
i United States, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Palmer Smith oi Balboa
Heights who are leaving Dec. 15
V for a Stateside holiday.

Ft. ClayUn Wivos
Held Gala
Christmas Lunchto
Holiday spirit ran high last
Wednesday noon at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Officers' Club as the Fort
Clayton Officers' Wives Club held
their annual Christmas luncheon.
Each guest and club member
was presented a pair of earrings
made of Christmas ornaments.
Providing music during the sher sherry
ry sherry hour was Mrs. Nora Davies
of Fort Amador, Guest pianist.
Additional musical entertainment
later in the program was furnish furnished
ed furnished By Dick Massey and his Cot Cot-tonpickers.
tonpickers. Cot-tonpickers. H6stesses for the sherry hour

T- Vita vA iYia tlMVA

foHce Corps. They incluled chair

Mrs. Joseph Walton, and

committee members Mesdames
Turner, Templeton, Black, H i g g-gins,
gins, g-gins, Barger, llobt-rts and Mc Mc-Clung.
Clung. Mc-Clung. Mrs. Spurgeon Messner,
club president, introduced guests
which included Mesdames Arias,
Halsinger, Velasquez, and Davies.
Upcoming January elections
were discussed in the business
portion of the luncheon, with Mrs.
F. J. Tate presenting the slate oi
candidates. Highlight of the affair
was the drawing for the ame amethyst
thyst amethyst presented to the club as a
iff nm rim aso. Winner of

the gem was Mrs. F. M. Wells.
Mrs. (Jeorae Heck was awarded

the door prize. Proceeds from
the sale of the amethyst chance
tickets will go to charity.
Michael Witkln
Joint Honorary
Fraternity
Michael Witkm, second year stu student
dent student at Washington anl Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, has been invited to join
the Chemistry honorary fraterni fraternity,
ty, fraternity, Chi Epsilon Mu, based on his
scholastic record m chemistry. He
has also been the recipient of the
Kappa Freshman Scholarship a a-ward
ward a-ward made by the local Chapter
of Phi Beta Kappa, for his schol scholastic
astic scholastic record in his first year at

college.
Michael, the son of Rabbi and

Mrs. Nathan Witkin of Balboa, is

a graduate of the 1956
Balboa High Scnool.

class at

Mr. And Mrs. Ytrkws
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Yerkes
of Diablo Heights arrived Monday
on the Manama Line Cristobal an an-er
er an-er a vacation in the United
States.
With them came their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Yerkes ol Palo Alto, Calif California,
ornia, California, who will be houseguescs
of the senior Yerkes ior approxi approximately
mately approximately one month.

IAWC Christmas
Party Tomorrow

The Inter American Women's

Christmas Party will be given in

honor of all new I embers this

year and will be htio at the Pa

nama Golf Club tomoirow, at

10:30 a.m. Brunch will be served

and members are aeked to bring

a package ot food or a top with

the age and sex of the child it is

intended for indicated Uub mem

bers are asked to call the Club

office before noon tolay for res
ervations.

SPECIAL SALE OF SAMPLES AND
J DEMONSTRATORS
We are offering at tremendous discounts a small
'I quantity of GILBERT "AMERICAN FLYER" trains
jj and accessories. Erector Sets, Chemistry Sets,
Puzzles, Tool Chests, etc.
ALL ARE GUARANTEED just the boxes are
Shopworn the Contents are Perfect
CANAL ACENCIES, S. A.
CATHEDRAL PLAZA PHONE 2-0324

Annlvnrtary
Cookbook
QH The Prtis
The Anniversary Cook Book
containing long held secret reci

pes of Panama hostesses, is now

coming off the press. Mrs. Gloria

Halman, president of the Sister

hood of Kil Sheanth Israel and

(-chairman of the Editorial commit

tee announced that the book, a

hard cover edition of 78 pages,
will shortly be placed on sale at

$2.50.
This edition, a limited one, is
being published in celebration of
the 5th anniversary of the found founding
ing founding of the Sisterhood. The hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of recipes are the favored
ones of the members and friends
of this well-known Panama wom woman's
an's woman's oranization.
Included among the recipes are

those of Mercedes G. de la Guar-

dia, wife of the President of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and those of wives of Am Ambassadors
bassadors Ambassadors now resident here. A

recipe, bearing the unsual title

of "Country Captain, was contri contributed
buted contributed by Ruth Potter, wife of the
Governor of the Canal Zone.

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Indonesians Told Struggle For New Guiriqp

LEAVING ELKS' PARTY Mrs. Mary Arnold and Lt. Gov-

. ernor Hugh Arnold, of B.P.O.E. lodge 476, Yuma, Arizona, leav

ing the Cocktail party given by B.P.O.E. lodge 1414 on Sunday
afternoon in honor of visiting Elk Representative John Al'.en,
Jr. Left to right: Mrs. Mary Arnold; James L. Dalton, GE.R.
B.P.O.E. 1414; and Lt Governor Hugh Arnold.
(Photo by Ernest SRva)

(Continued on Pag 7)

MEETINGS

Each notice for inclusion in this
column should bo submitted in
type-written form and mailed eo
the box number listed daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Gen. Georcu W. Goethals
Post No. 3835 VFW
Mtts Friday
The Gen. George W. Goethals

Post No. 3835, Veterans of For

eign Wars of the U.S. will hold

their next regular meeting this

Friday at "i:30 p.m., at the Post

Home In Cocoli. All members are

asked to attend, if possible.

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Mortar Shell
Explodes; Kills 3
At Cuernavaca
CUERNAVACA. Mexico. Dec. 11

(UP) The annual war games
held near this resort city as part
of Mexico's Military Colleee final

examinations were ordered sus sus-pendel
pendel sus-pendel today after three officers
were killed and six others wound wounded
ed wounded hy the explosion of a mortar

sneii.

The tragedy was attributed to

a defective shell which exploded

before being fired durinir expr.

cises yesterday. ;

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Will Mean Sacrifice; 54 Dutch Flown Out
DJAKARTA, Dec, 11 (UP)- President Sukarno told Indonesian today they muit
be prepared to make sacrifices if the hope of "wresting control of western New Guinea
frorn the Netherlands. :'-': i ;;
The President, speaking before a cheer irig ''Liberate West Irian" rally .crowd 'In
Surabaya, East Java, also declared that Indonesia was the place to carry out the
"struggle.". :
. The address, which .observers predicted would constitute a major policy, state statement,,
ment,, statement,, marked the President's first appearance at a major public gathering sinci &n
attempt .was made on his life a week and a half ago.
The President called for a "national struggle for the return of West Irian .'
, ; He Warned that the nation would face shortages of food, clothing and other; vital
goods. vj, ,,

An iniUal translation of the. doctor.

President's remarks further quot-l The British chartered air

ed him, as saying "Too many peo- dner"was the first of our planes
pie seek to concentrate their to be flown here from Singapore
hdbes on. the United Nations" to to evacuate Dutch citizens. The
bring about a settlement of Indo- others were scheduled to arrive

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nesia's critical relations with the

Netherlands.

"The struggle can not be re

solved! n Washington. Moscow or

Peioine but in Indonesia."

Reoorts from Surabaya said hea

vv security precautions were in

force-

President's Sukarno s tour of

T.ntln American and Eurooean

countries has been cancelled. It

was announced today.

A cabinet communique said tne

cancellation was prompted out of

consideration for the President'

health.

A Foreign Office spokesman said

however, that as far as he knew

the President was in "excellent

health" but that the 'present si

tuation' would made it necessa

rv for him to stay here.

inform auon minister auiuoyu

said ships of the K.P.M. Royal

Dutch Interinsular Snipping Coin

pany held in Indonesian harbors
would not be permitted to. sail

for the time being.

Sudibvo. chairman of the of

ficial Liberate West Irian action

commitee. which launched

series of stern reprisals against

JDutcn interests, saia means iu
overcome "difficulties" created by
the stagnation of shipping were
being sought.
From tne port of Den Helder,
Holland sent another warship to
Dutch New Guinea tooay to
strencthen her naval forces in

the U'ubled area.

The modern 36-knot submarine

destroyer Drenthe left his morn

ing.
The Drenthe, like the frigate E

vertsen which sailed lor the area

yesterday, one month ahead ol

schedule, will steam the Panama

Canal route.

The Evertsen and Drenthe are
expected to join the frigate Jyphan

maurus van rsassau ai tiouanuid

naval base, Dutch iNew Guinea,

in about three weeks time.
Tile Drenthe'a sister ship Gron

ingen is also in South East Asia

waters, not far from Hollandia

Jakarta sources said scores of

wives and children of Dutch busi
nessmen left Indonesia tonight a a-board
board a-board the first special airlift ope

ration since the beginning of the

anti-Dutch campaign.

The Indonesian government had

at first refused to let the plane

load of Dutch famines leave. But

it relented at the last minute and

permitted the chartered British

Overseas Airways airliner to take

off for Singapore with 54 persons

aboard.

The airlift plane landed in Sing

apore tonight and most of the

Dutch refugees transferred to

Britannia aircraft to continue
their homeward journey. Singa

pore dispatches said tne plane
carried 17 Dutch women. 36 chil

dren including six infants and

one man.

Many of those aboard the plane

were dependents of Dutch busi

nessmen whose firms have been

taken over by Indonesians in a

campaign growing out of failure

of Indonesia s demands for con

trol of Dutch West New Guinea.

The passengers gathered at Ker-

majorean airport several hours be

fore flight time carrying with
them only the limited luggage al

lowance permitted air travelers.

The lone male passenger was a

here Thursday through Saturday.

spokesman said the airlines prop property
erty property here including offices, com company
pany company homes and a Jakarta hotel

were given over to the Garudi

Indonesian Airways which', was to

act as "caretaker," H?

The spokesman said that two

In the HaSUA. Netherlnnr l KT.M hantrsra with nahtahla annliv.

rixme iumisier wwen iirees to-i ment including airplane yengines,

day issued a personal appeal to
Indonesian Premier Djuanda "to
take all measures making pos possible
sible possible an: orderly departure of all
Dutchmen wishing to leave indo
nesia."
Among the first to leave were
families of employes of the KLM
Royal Dutch Airlines. A KLM

was taken over by the Indonesian
air force, ':"'fr"i
Others in the first' i&up.. of
evacuees include personnel r and

families of the Dutch KPM ship

ping, line, seized by the indonesi
ans along with three Dutch owned
banks. Dutch plantations and oth

er large business enterprises.

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PRINCESS AT THE BALL Wearlncr a loir-cut. atranleas Mua

satin gowm, Princess Margaret Is caught by the camera: as she
attended students' ball at the University of North Stafford Staffordshire,
shire, Staffordshire, Stafford, England, the Princess danced waltzes, rumbas
and did a modified jlye. ; .-.

Special Red Cross Cards Being

Given To Local Auto Club Members

by

T A K D L T

St OLD BON D S t-Jt SET

t O N D ON

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Greal White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrlvet
Cristobal
"MORAZAN" Dec. 14
"YAQUE" Dec. 21
"CIBAO" Dec. Z8
"HIBTJERAS" Jan. 4, 1958
"YAQUE" Jan. 11, 1958
"CIBAO" Jan. 18, 1958
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service ctobal
"LIMON" Dee.
."PARlSMINA" ..Dec. 16
"COMAYAGUA" Dec U
"FRA BERLANGA" Dec S
"SAN JOSE" Jan. 6, 1985
"JUNIOR" Jan. 1J, 1958
"ESPARTA" Jan. 0, 1951
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES rftOM
CRISTOBAL ANDOB BALBOA:
Te Mew Terk and Retara U4I.H :
Te Lot Angelee and Baa Praneisee and
Returning from Let Angeles ... ITJI.M
Te 8eattkt an Retara KtSM
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

Members of the Panama and

Canal Zone Auto Club are receiv

ing a special pocket card together

with their 1958 membership cards

Prepared by the American Red

Cross in cooperation with the A-

merican Automobile Association,

tnis card is distributed by the
local auto club to help reduce se severity
verity severity ofe injuries.
Eight rules are given for basic

urst aid in automobile accidents. accidents.-1.
1. accidents.-1. Do not move an injured per person,
son, person, unless there is immediate
danger. If you must move him,
pull him by the shoulders or feet
while others support trunk and
head. Do not roll or twist body.
2. Stop bleeding by pressing a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst wound with clean cloth.
Hold until bleeding stops.
3. If victim is unconscious, even
temporarily, suspect head injury.
Keep him quiet. If you must move
him, keep him horizontal.
4. Shock is present in most
injuries. Keep victim lying down

and comfortable. Carefully watch
those who insist on walking about.
5. Burns are wounds. Exclude
air to relieve pain. Cover with
Clean cloths. Treat for shock.
6. Stoppage of breathing Try
to compress and expand the sides
of the chest alternately. Clear
mouth and throat, and keep them
clear. u.
;"
T. Chest injuries Limit mo
tion of chest by placing wide strip
of cloth snugly around lower ribs.
Do not tighten.
8. Fractures Keep broken
bone ends from moving. Keep
joints above and below broken
ends from moving.
On the card, there is space for

the member to enter his blood
type.

Further information about these
cards may be had from Mrs. Mild

red K. Turner, secretary of the
Panama and Canal Zone Auto
Club, phone Balboa 1615.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Prophetic Missions
Parley To Begin
At First Bapiisf

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Dr. CAVIN HAMILTON

FIRST MACHETE WIELDER of the day was Lester Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson (right), Director of Supply and Services Bureau who
pitched In for Lt Gov. Hugh Arnold, who couldn't come.
JJere -he get a machete from Cleveland Koberts, president
- ,df fi4 Pedro Miguel-Clvic Councir which sponsored the af--riair.
They're hoping It will set an example to other commu-
f i xiities jto help clean up their pwn towns.
K .,, . r k .i ...

Newfoundland

Answer to Previous Puzzi

AcHossr DOWN

I Newfoundland 1 Names (Ft.)

became th

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pnoA'ihce
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eastern
13 Speaker
14 Beast ..
15 Term in solo
, whut;

l6He gave Jesus

.. up to be

2 Silkworm

3 Stinging
insect
4 Summer (Fr.)
9 Rail birds
30 (Fr.)
7 Saint John
is its i

8 Aromatic
plant
9 Nothing

10 Wine cups

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21 Landed.

properties
23 Ending of

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sseferate

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36 Containers
37 One who
suffix)
38 Route (ab.)
CORoM Italiah
family name

41 Ocean vessel

44 Be indebted
for -47Ren6vato
48 Health resort
81 Wickerwork
rnaterial
S3 Mend
SS Lure
96 Sculptured
57 Jumped
38 Compound
ethers

23 Exclamation 39 Come out
of sorrow 42 Vestige 1
24 Coin 43 Pitchers
25 Grafted (her.) 44 Soviet city

45 Decrease

...28 Feminine

appellation
29 Church fast
season
30 Gaelic
35 Dressed
feathers

46 Girl's name
48 Rescue
49 Wharf
50 Scottish alders
52 Point
54 Light toucn

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New Safety Poster
Warns Of Danger
From Turning Cars
" Children must be taught to look
5'more than "both ways" before
' crossing streets, T. E. Burrow,
president of the Panama and Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' nal Zone Auto Club warned today.
' He said, "One very important
safety rule that youngsters and
adults, too often forget is to look
around for cars turning into the
street they are crossing."
Burrow explained that as soon
as a pedestrian steps off the curb
at an intersection, a car making a
- right turn into the street he is
I crossing is coming in from behind
; the pedestrian.

Two internationally known

speakers open a prophetic and

missions conference at the first
'Baptist Church of Balboa Heights
today.
The meetings will continue every
night at 7 p.m. through Monday,
Dec. 16.
Dr. Gavin Hamilton and Dr. Oswald-J.
Smith will be the speak-,
ers.
Dr. Hamilton, prophetic teacher
and evangelist, will open the
meetings today. This is
his iourth visit to the Isthmus in
the past nine years. Hamilton's
messages will be. on prophetic
subjects, and are said to be espe especially
cially especially vital with the world situa situation
tion situation as it is today.

The meeting tonight

will begin with a mission film on
Korea. Hamilton's message will

be "After Sputnik, What?" This

deals with the Bible prophecy on
Russia's buildup of strength until
she will be found with another
power that will end in Russia's fi final
nal final defeat in the mountains of
Palestine. According to the writ writings
ings writings in Ezekiel, Jeremiah, and I
saiah, the world can expect fur further
ther further advances by Russia for a
short while, but these advances

will force her to war from which
she will not recover, a spokes

man said.
Everyone is invited to the meet

ings nurseries will be provided.
The subjects folio wing to to-ni?'it
ni?'it to-ni?'it will he: "Syria The So-

vi-' Union's Leading Satellite,"
"y Israel will Stirvive the War
with Russia." "The RaDture and

the Great Tribulation."

On Friday night Dr. Smith of

Toronto, Canada, will join the

conference. A world traveler, au author,
thor, author, hymn writer, evangelist, and
missionary statesman, he comes
from the pastorate of the leading
missionary church in the world.
He Is returning from evangelis

tic services in South America. In

two weeks at Rosario, Argentina,

there were 1700 converts in his
meetings. He will present mission

ary and evangelistic messages.

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Written for NEA Service

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Mancu Princess, Japanese
Sweetheart Commit Suicide

SHIMODA, Japan Dec. 11 (UP

-Bodies of a 19-year-old Mancu

princess and her Japanese swee,
leart were found today on a moun
lainside where they committee
tuicide because her titled famil
orbade their marriage.

The use of an artificial conven

tion sometimes produces most un
usual results. Here is a hand play

ed by Harry Johnson of Harris-

burg, Pa., in one of the open games

at the nationals.

He opened one heart and rebid

two clubs over his partner's spade
response. His partner's leap to

four no-trump shocked him but he
dutifully bid five diamonds and his
partner promptly went to six dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. He did not know just what

was going on but decided to pass
anyway.

West opened the ten of diamonds

and East's ace won the trick. A
low diamond return went to his
nine.

He laid down the ace of hearts

and discarded dummy's ace of
clubs. Two low spades went on the
king and queen of clubs and a
third spade on the king Of hearts.
West dropped the queen of hearts
and Mr. Johnson had a slight prob problem.
lem. problem. Should he try the spade fi finesse
nesse finesse or play East for the one re remaining
maining remaining diamond and discard
dummy's last spade on the jack of
hearts?
He decided on the second play
and made the hand.
The interesting feature about this
hand was that the bidding went a a-long
long a-long sanely at every other tab!e
onH Nnrth hprm declarer at six

diamonds. East invariably opened

the ace and anotner aiamonu.
North could never get into the
South hand at all and had to go
down.

Ordination Service
An ordination service will be

held tomorrow night at 7:30 at
the Christian Mission of Panama

Church.
Deacon Ulrich Smith, of San

Andres, Colombia, an officer of
the Mission's branch station there,
has been sent into headquarters

to be ordained to the ministry.

New Orleans Starts
$95 Million Ditch
To Mexican Gulf

NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 11 (UP)
Construction of a 95-milllon

dollar ditch to the sea began to today
day today near the spot where 143
years ago this month British

warships scraped bottom while

carrying troops to the battle of
New Orleans.

A dynamite blast set off by

Sen. Ellender (D-La.) and other
dignitaries yesterday opened

"Operation Outlet." The project

is the Mississippi Rlver-Oulf
outlet which will produce In 5 to
10 years a deep-draft tidewater
channel from New Orleans to the
Gulf of Mexico.
The outlet will give this south southern
ern southern port currently doing a 2
billion dollar annual foreign
trade a second passage to the
sea about 40 miles shorter than
the Mississippi River route.
The project was authorized in
1956 by Congress, which appro appropriated
priated appropriated $625,000 this year to be begin
gin begin work.
The tidewater channel, to be
built east and southeast of New
Orleans, will allow shippers to
reach the Gulf of Mexico after a

76-mile journey. New Orleans is
120 miles upstream by way of the
meandering Mississippi.
The channel, with a minimum
depth of 36 feet and a bottom
width of 500 feet, will be a land
cut except for 26 miles of open
water.
In Its straight path to the
Gulf it will pass to the west of
T,air- Borgne where British ships
anchored during the battle of
New Orleans in 1814 and to the
east of Chalmette, where the
great American victory was won.

i The Princess was Pu Hul-Sheng,
i vivacious coed and the niece of
lenry Pu Yi, once the Japanese
uippet emperor of Manchukuo.
Janchuria. Her lover was Take Take-nichi
nichi Take-nichi Okubo, son of a Japanese
ailway executive and a man her
relatives said was "not a proper
erson to associate with you."
They were found shot to death,
he pistol still in Okubo's hand, on only
ly only a few hours after Hui-sheng's
mother relented and gave them

permission to wed.
The couple .disappeared Dec.

after the taciturn Okubo began

speaking of dying and Hui-Sheng

wrote her mother a letter saying
"I cannot let him die alone." They
told friends they had been saving

their allowances for a wedding

fund.
The couple followed the tradi

tional way of solving an unhappy

love affair in Japan. But it shock

ed their families and the exclusive

Gakushuin University where they

were enrolled with Prince Yoshi

and Princess Suga, children of Em

peror Hirohito.

Police believe they went to the
peninsula by train and taxi the
night of Dec. 4, climbed through
thick brush and tangled weeds to

a spot in a forest 2,500 feet up Mt.

Amagi, and killed themselves the

same night.
That meant they were already

dead when the mother called in
police the next day. Police kept
hopes of the two families alive by

optimistic statements they were
hiding out in one of the small ho

tels in the area.

The discouraged search parties

were ready to give up Monday
night when Hui-Sheng's mother re relented
lented relented and said they could be mar married.
ried. married. The promise was broadcast
repeatedly throughout Japan but
there was no response.

WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED
PITTSBURGH (UP) Detective
George Weidl always gets his
man. Weidl, hospitalized for a
checkup, spotted a visitor pass his
room Monday. He leaned out of
bed and arrested William E
Swindell Jr., 28, of Etna, Pa. a
suspected check forger who Weidl
had sought for several months.

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PANTS
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SLACKS
TIES SUITS
SOCKS
HANDKERCHIEFS

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Just write in 25 words or lefs

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ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED
NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 20.
Prominent Panama Journalists and radio men who
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Guillermo Rodolfo Valdis
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' Although the pedestrian usually
; has the right-of-way in this situa-
ttnn th nrin nn fnnt shnlllri rn-

1 operate with motorists, and at the
same time .protect himself, by
' looking back over his shoulder be
fore stepping" into the street
I The warning "Watch for Ttirning
Cars," the slogan being carried
into Canal Zone classrooms as dis dis-;
; dis-; tribution of the fourth of a series
I of monthly traffic safety posters,
is made to schools by the Panama
and Canal Zone Auto Club. That
; is the Isthmian affiliate of the well well-j
j well-j known AAA.
; During December, school chil-
dren will be instructed to heed the
! message on the colorful poster.

which was a first prize winner in,
J the 1957 AAA National Traffic
Safety Poster Contest Creator of
the poster is nine-year-old John W.
Schumaker. a fourth rrade stndml i

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CONGRESSMAN

Congressman and Mrs. John

Allen Jr., arrive at a cocktail-

buffet held in their honor on
Sunday afternoon. Left to

right in the reception line
are James Dalton, G. E. R.

Lodge 1414, Mrs. Nathan

Ashton, wife of the Canal

Zone District Deputy, Rep.

Rep. and Mrs. Allen, and
Nathan Ashton, Canal Zone
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Panama Canal pilots and their wives came from both 'Atlantic and Pacific sides to
their annual Christmas party, which was held at El Panama Hilton on Saturday
..;.ui c ,:u ron Patar Rnitnn riant. Jon Christian. Cant. Jack

FROM BOTH SIDES Hearn- Mrs Hear" Mr8, L F' Donahue' Capt. Donahue, Capt. William Calcutt and
i. Mrs. Joe Christian.

PILOTS, WIVES

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CONGRESSMEN
MEET PILOTS
In the receiving line at the
Pilots' Annual Christmas
Party, which was held at El
Panama Hilton on Saturday
night, are Congressman Rob Robert
ert Robert Mcintosh, Congressman
and Mrs. John J. yAllen Jr.
and Capt. and Mrs. Clinton
Baverstock.

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mMPFCWnMAN ,0t8' Annual Christmas Party at El Panama Hilton on Saturday night. Left to right
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER-!!, 1957
PAGE TEN
Carta Vieja Whips Chesterfield To Create Triple De
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Yankees
In First

Play Cerveza
Ladies Night

A come-from-bohind 8-5 victory by the Carta
Vieja Yankees over the Chesterfield Smokers last
ni?ht had the Panama Professional League back in
a tie today.
Hut the situation will definitely change again
tonight, after the game between the Smokers and the
Cerveza Balboa Beermen, scheduled to begin at 8
o'clock. .,. r 4U
Members of the fair sex will be guests of the
loop during the first ladies night of the season.

The team which wins tonight will
first Dlace by a half
came over Carta Vieja and the los loser
er loser "will drop to last place, a lull
tame behind.
? Humberto Robinson, who was in
uniform last night but. still "hadn't
signed" his contract after the
gapie. wi" toe tne mound ton'gn(
for Chesterfield.
His opponent will be Roosevelt
Evans, who was with Knoxville,
Class A Sally League this year.
There was a possibility that Rob Robinson
inson Robinson would come to terms with
the Smoker front office some timo
before game time tonight, but the
lanky righthander said that re regardless
gardless regardless of whether the matter was
settled or not he expected to start
tonight's contest.
It will be recalled that Cerveza
Balboa infielder Hector Lopez
played on opening night, then sit
out his club's next game while
contract problems were being
worked out.
Robby revealed ht has been
working out daily in Colon and is
ready to pitch. He laughingly
said that one of the main reasons
he is anxious to go to work is be because
cause because he needs money to buy
gasoline for his new 1958 Ford.
The sidearmer won' 18 games for
Toronto, Class AAA International
League last summer.
The Yankees, for the first time
this season, put on a power dis display
play display last night as they swamped
the Smokers with an 11-hit barrage,
including
homer
Whitey
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Balboa

Game
JIM UMBRICHT
Schmidt, a triple by Tony
rome and doubles by Chet
Barli Barli-Boak
Boak Barli-Boak and Johnny Kropf.
Jim Umbricht, who was lifted for
a pinchhitter in the seventh, made
his debut a successful one in bring
credited with the win. Bob Ayl Ayl-mer
mer Ayl-mer worked the last two frames
for the winners.
Alberto Osorio started for the
Smokers but left in the seventh in inning
ning inning with Chesterfield in front 5 to
3. Jim DePalo, who followed Oso Osorio
rio Osorio to the mound, worked one in-
ning in wmcn ne permiueu nve mis
and five runs to be charged with
The loss
jose i.isunuru, inc uuiu ouiuiv-
er pitcher, finished up.
I The Smokers took a three-run
-r X! I 1L. U: 1 C ..1
lead in the fourth and the Yanks
i tied it up in the sixth, the big blow
of the frame being a two-run hom-j
j er by Whitey fccnmiat.
A roundtripper Dy tuias usorio
in the seventh gave Chesterfield
the lead again by a 5-3 score but
the Yankees' big five-run spree in!
the bottom of the same stanza put
them in front to stay.
SPORTS WRITER ADAMS DIES
MANHASSET, N.Y. (UP) .Cas
well (Cas) Adams, a sports writer
for the New York Herald Tribune
and the Nw York Journal-Ameri
can, riiea ncre Monday. Adams
started his sports writing career
with the Herald Tribune in 1927
land moved over to the Journal-
American in 1953. He was 50.

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Chesterfield
AbRHO
Aloysius, ss 4
Heron, 3b 5
Parris, 2b
E. Osorio, lb 5
Prescott. rf 4
Austin, If 2 0
Napoleon, If 2 0
Mitchell, cf 4 1
Cobos, c 1 1
A. Osorio, p 3 0
DePalo, p 0 0
Thome 1 u
Houradou 0 0
Lisondro, p 0 0
Totals
35 5 8 24 9
Thorne singled for DePalo in 8th.
Houradou ran for Thorne in 8th.
Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb 4 1
Kropf, cf ..- 5 1
Barron, ss ..3 1
DeGroote, If 4 1
Boak, 2b 3 2
Schmidt, rf
Wilhelm, 3b .'. 4
Shantz, c 4
Umbricht, p 2
Hendricks . . ...... I
Aylmer, p 1
Totals
35 8 11 27 13
Hendricks grounded out for Um
bricht in 7th.
Chesterfield
Carta Vieja
000 300 2005 8
000 003 50x 8 11
SUMMARY Errors: Heron,
Barron 2, Aloysius, Mitchell. Runs
batted in: Aloysius 2, Bartirome,
Barron, Wilhelm. Earned runs runs-Chesterfield
Chesterfield runs-Chesterfield 4, Carta Vieja 3. Two.
base hits: Prescott 2, Boak, Kropf.
Three-base hit: Bartirome. Home
runs: Schmidt, E. Osorio. Double Double-plays:
plays: Double-plays: Boak, Barron, Bartirome;
Aylmer, Barron, Bartirome; Co Cobos,
bos, Cobos, Aloysius. Struckout by A.
Osorio 4, Umbricht 3, DePalo 1,
Lisondro 1. Base on balls off Oso Osorio
rio Osorio 1, Umbricht 4, DePalo 1, Li Lisondro
sondro Lisondro 1, Aylmer 1. Left dn base:
Chesterfield 9, Carta Vieja 6. Pitch Pitchers
ers Pitchers record: A. Osorio 3 runs, 6 hits
in 7 innings; DePalo 5 runs, 5 hits
in 1 inning. Winning pitcher: Um Umbricht
bricht Umbricht (1-0). Losing pitcher: DePa DePalo
lo DePalo (1-1). Umpires: Thornton, Wil Williamson,
liamson, Williamson, Helsinger. Time of game.
2:29.
Whatever
Happened to .
LONG JOHN WOODRUFF
John Woodruff had little if any
ninriine stvle but who cared?
While just a freshman at the Uni University
versity University of Pittsburgh, Long John
won the Olympic 800-meter cham championship
pionship championship at Berlir. in 1936. In his
three varsity seasons as Pitt he
won the NCAA half-mile crowns
three straight years and virtually
was unbeatable at his favorite dis distance
tance distance in any sort of competition.
Whatever happened to John
Woodruffe? Today, 39, he is a lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army
serving as professor o' military
science and tactics at West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia State College.
up to
CLUB
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King's Ransom-House

Tourney 1st Round

Play in the Al Reynolds "Kings'
Hansom House of Lorus" annual
golf tournament will start this
week at the Panama course when
the 75 men and women golfers
who remained within the qualify
ing mark will play their tirst
round matches.
Eighty-eight members of the
Panama Golf Club sought quali
fication. The cut-oif in the men's
1st flight was 78, compared to 82
in the 1956 tourneys; the cut-off
in the men's 2nd flight was 84
compared to 87 in the 1956 toru-
ney. Both cut-off marks indicate
a considerably higher grade of
golf in this years' qualifying.
In the 1st flight of the men's
tourney, Bill LeBrun, Roberto To Torres
rres Torres and Dr. Massot all tied for
the medalist, award a net of 70.
The winner will be determined in
an 18-hole playoff. Dr Massot was
the- medalist in the 1956 tourney
with a net oj 66.

HOOFBEAJS
By Conrado Sargeant

Nominations for the $3,000 added
one-mile cjnnstmas ;,nssic ior na natives
tives natives has attracted eight entries.
The group is headed by the Ele-
la brothers brilliant trio ot two-
year olds Janina Esteban and
Romaiieero. Also entered are me
Stud La Pomarada's entry .of Co Co-rat
rat Co-rat and Destello, Apache, Sando Sando-kan
kan Sando-kan and Henco.
This weight-for-age race shapes
up on paper as Dame rew'-uu
Janina and Esteban. The unbeaten
Janina has dazzled local fans with
her blinding speed. Esteban, on the
other hnnd,' is potoiunlly the best
r.ative router of all time.
Many (including this writer)
believe that Jsniiia can hold hir
speed long enough to outlast Es Esteban
teban Esteban at one mile. If both start
in the race the answer may bn
had. Romancero, also unbeaten,
has rot impressed the expert as
being good enough 'o oeat either
Esteban or Janina.
-oOo
Panama National Guard Maj.
Tiraotoo MelendeZj last week 'ie-
quesiuu uiai. mi- 'juuirijau uljivj v v-.ng
.ng v-.ng firm give him two-year-old
English colt Pepin in place of (lis
original choice Jump Quick. Gri-
maluo made the change.
Apparently Pepin's s u p e rior
bipod lines were the cause of 1he
decision. Also the fact that Pepin,
which will not be three years old
until New Year's Day, raced in
England at distances up to a mile
and one-sixteenth vhile Jump
Quick, also a two year-old, s'.arted
only in short sprints
oCV--
No jockey was suspended over
the past weekend. Several horses,
however, were penalized because
of fractiousness or lameness.
Camargo and Dainty Duchess
headed the list with indefinite sus suspensions.
pensions. suspensions. Camargo, a hard run running
ning running three-year-old native colt, is
an habitual bad breaker and re refused
fused refused at the start in Saturday's
third race for the third consecutive
time.
The stewards have referred Ca Ca-margo's
margo's Ca-margo's case to the Panama Gsm
bling Board for a final ruling. They
also recommended that Dainty
Duchess be retired because she
continually finishes far behind the
worst bunch of imported horses
now racing in the so-called "Hos "Hospital
pital "Hospital Class."
El Fakir, a trailer In Saturday's
second race, drew an eight meet

Musial's Seventh Batting
Title Shares Honors With
Ail-Around Performances

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UP) Stan Mu Musial's
sial's Musial's seventh National League
batting title shared honors today
; with splendid all-round perform-
ances by two o. the circuit's
(younger stars Hank Aaron and
(Willie Mays.
i Final official figure released
Sunday by the Elias Baseball bu-
, reau confirmed Musial, of Donor a.
Pa., as the NL batting' champion
with a .351 mark that was his best
since 1951. The St. Louis Cardi Cardinals'
nals' Cardinals' 37-year-old star batted .500
in a September spurt that broke
up a five-player battle for the
crown and put him far ahead of
Mays' .333 second-place figure.
Musial's seventh championship
leaves him one short of the league
mark he'd by Honus Wagrfer and
his 17 hits raised his career total
to 2.957 only 43 shy o' the 3.000 3.000-mark
mark 3.000-mark which has ben achieved by
only six players in modern base baseball
ball baseball history.
Aaron, Mays Stand Out
But, great at Musial's perform performance
ance performance was, it could not completely
overshadow the steady day-to-day
batting exploits of Aaron or the
i all-around skil's of the ever-a mal
um Mays. r -I
. Aaron, the world champion Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves' most Valuable
71Wn IWilU WIIIOCl, ICV ll-Uim
impoiuii ueparuiram- runs iu,
home runs. 44. and runs baited in.,
132. His J22 average 'tied CSucin-

In the men's second flight, Ro Robert
bert Robert Aleman was the medalist

with a net oi 69, and Pat Waring,
who missed out on the medal in
196 5garnered the award with a
net oi 69, closely '.followed by
Svlva Carpenter with 70..
Competition in all three flights
was keen and the maich play our
ing this and the following vweks,
culminating in tne tinai matcnes
by January 19th, is expected o
produce some excellent golf. The
course is last becoming excellent;
the grass is now luxuriant and the
fairways are being cut daily. The
greens are expected to be in top
condition by the end ol December.
The results of the qualifying
rounds and the pairings for the
first round in each flight follow.
All contestants are reminded that
these first round matches must be
completed by 6 p.m. Sunday, De December
cember December 15. Full differences in
handicaps will be allowed for all
suspension. Jose Talavera rode the
hapless El Fakir.
Camberwell (F. Justiniani) net netted
ted netted a 15-day- penalty for finishing
lame in Saturday's fifth race.
Edith Piaf (B. Baeia) got two
meets for refusing to break with
the rest of the field in Saturday's
sixth race. It was the second
straight time that this filly has
refused.
Cachafaz, which wound up Tame
after winning Saturday's sixth
race, was placed under the veter veterinarian's
inarian's veterinarian's care.
Black Gold (G. Prescottt) was
set down 15 days for winding up
lame after Saturday's eighth race.
Rory (J. Talavera) was suspend suspended
ed suspended for 15 days for being lame aft after
er after Sunday's ninth race.
oOo
President Remon racetrack man manager
ager manager Pablo A. Thayer has acquir acquired
ed acquired two more two-year-olds fn Ar Argentina.
gentina. Argentina. This increases the num number
ber number of young thoroughbreds bought
by the track to 26.
The last two bought are Tatin
and Reyido. Tatin is by Ptcaptei
tos-Tolumba while Revidoli an
offspring of Reno-Hondura.
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Two two-year-old sons of former
Juan Franco track championship
candidate The Bath Road
arrived yesterday. The
pair was imported from Chile,
where The Bath Road is a success
ful sire, by, turf man Sergio Kohon
Local fans may recall that Kohon
also brought the hard-running trio
of Sedur, Dejelo Solo and Vedette
from Chile a few years ago.
oOo--
Kohon recently sold a highly
rated Chilean t h o r o u ghbred
named Tenacio to Panama Na National
tional National Assembly deputy Alfredo
Aleman Jr. To.nacio will race
under the colors of the Stud Bue Bue-na
na Bue-na Fe and will be trained by
Luis Humberto Farrugia.
r,Oo
The colors of Chilean horse own
er Gabriel Ossa Vicuna that are
being so successfully defended by by-Louvre,
Louvre, by-Louvre, Batallon and Polo Magt e e-tico
tico e-tico will soon be carried by anoth another
er another half dozen Chilean thorough
breds.
The sextet is expected to ar
rive on the Isthmus soon. They
were shipped from Chile by Al
berto Vicuna, a part-owner of the
horses.
Salvador Jimenez will train rll
the animals.
nati's Frank Robinson for third
and his 369 total bases beat out
Mays' total by three.
Mays Extra base Le der
Mays, the 26-year-old center center-fieWer
fieWer center-fieWer of the New York (San
Francisco) Giants; was the 4irst
player In 2f years to hit 20 or
more homers, triples n.i doubles
in the same season. Willie, who'll
replace the Golden Gate as 'Fris 'Frisco's
co's 'Frisco's most spectacular landmark in
'58, numbered 35 homers, 20 tri triples
ples triples and 26 doubles among his 195
hits and also led the circuit with
38 tolen bases.
The pennant-w inning Braves
trailed the Cardinals In team bat batting,
ting, batting, .269 to .274, but they scored
the most runs, 772, and hit the
most homers,' 199. The hard-hitting
Braves scored 100 runs more than
four other teams the Giants,
Phillies, Cubs and Pirates.
Shortstop Dick Groat of the Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, at J15. and second-baseman
Red Schoendienst of the Giants
and Braves, at .309, were the only
other .300 hitters in a league
which averaged .260. Schoendienst
also led the league in hits; with
200. for the first time in his ca career.
reer. career. Richie Ashburn of the Phillies
had the most sing'es. 152; Johnny
Temple of the Redlegs the most
sacrifice bunts, 16, and Wally
Moon Of the- cardinals the: longest
batting streak,, 24 fames xrom
May i to May SL

of

Lords

This Week
match play. All matches will be
18 holes. In the event of ties at
the end of 18 holes, in all flights
under a new ruling,! if the handi handicaps
caps handicaps are the same, play will be
on a 'sudden death basis' (the
winner of the first hole after 18
wins the match. If the handicaps
are not even, 18 additional holes
must be played.
1st Flight
W. Le Brun
J. Massot
K. Torres
R. C. Walker
M. Moreno
C. ArOsemena
M. E. MuJler
G. Dalton
C. A. Arman
P. Moran
Rey Valo.es
Art. Hurr
L. Chanieck
Brack Hattler
V. Kline
C. A. Babb
H. Beall
C. B. Kade
F. Baldwin
Al Saarinen
J. Ridiege
J. B. Hinkle
H. F. Donovan
Ed Mac Vitte
Doc E. Gerrans
E. De la Guardia Jr.
Al Corsale
R. Dehlinger
Negro Ariar
M. Espinosa
L. Martinz
P. Abad
A. Martheney
70
70
70
72
72
72
72
73
73
73
73
74
74
74
74
7
75
75
75
7
75
76
76
77
77
77
77
78
78
78
78
78
78
2nd
Aleman
Flight
R.
T.
R.
E.
R.
H.
W.
69
73
73
73
73
73
74
74
74
75
75
75
76
76
76
77
77
77
77
77
77
77
78
78
78
79
80
80
80
80
81
84
69
70
74
76
78
78
78
80
80
82
89
Woolciruff
De Mena
De la Ossa
H. Rupp
M. Kascher
H .Bass
Miguel Monzo
Cp. Harrington
J. E. Sibauste
John Westman
T. J. Wilber
J. Cardenes
F. Robinson
M. A. DeJanon
H. B. Willis
C. Sosa
A. Tapia
M. Kaplan
Julito Valdes
E. Filancjue
A. de Mena
R. Gleichman
Rog. Boyd
W. C. Swenson
P. Duran
Richardson
D. Haman
B. Carpenter
W. H, Does
J. M. Boyd
P. Baungardner
Women's
Pat Waring
S. Carpenter
M. Dalton
H. Owens
Kay Purdy
Irene Robinson
Yvonne Bass
Peggy Porter
L. Jones
Ch. Hunter
Alice French
Flight
1st Round Pairings
Men's 1st Flight
Uppr Bracket
Le Brun vs Harvey Beall
Arman vs Dr. Gerrans
Muller vs J. Ridge
L. CBandeck vs 'Negro' Arias
R. Torres vs Baldwin
Rey Valles vs Al Corsale
C. Arosemena vs Padre Dono Donovan
van Donovan P. Abad vs L. Martini
Lower Brarst
Dr. Massot vs B. Kade
P. Moran vs E. de la Guardia
Jr.
M. Moreno vs Jim Hinkle
B. Hattler vs M. Espinosa
R. Walker vs Al Saarinen
R. Hurr vs R. Dehlinger
G. Dalton vs E. MacVittie
iBabb vs A. Matheney
2nd Flight
Upper Bracket
R. Aleman vs C. Sosa
Cant. Harrington vS e. Fidan Fidan-oue
oue Fidan-oue Rupo vs Swenson
J. Cardenas vs Carpenter
R. de Mena vs Kaplan
J. Westman vs Richardson
Bass vs Gleichman
M. de Janon vs J. M. Boyl
2nd Flight (Men's)
Lower Bracket'
TV'Woodruff vs A, Tapia
Sibanste vs P, Duran
Kascher vs A. ri Mena
Robinson vs Doel
AOaesIs. cmf
A. de la 0?a vs J Valdes
Wilber vs D. Hal man
M. i Monzo vs R. Boyd
WUlis vs C. Kline
Women's Flight
Upper Bracket
Pat Waring vs L. Jones
Fiy Purdy (Bye)
r'ggie Dalton rt Alice French
Yvonne Bass (Bye
Lower Bracket
S. Carpenter vs C Hunter
I. Robinson (Bye
ielen Owen (Bye) ."
Peggy Porter (Bye)
AD players are reminded that
hanlicips have been reassigned.
and are listed ia the scoreboard in
the tee bouse. All players should
check their new handicaps before
play to insure correct scoring.
Play snail be in accordance with
U.S.G.A. rules as modified by lo
cal rules. Cards should be turned
in upon completion of play. .wit
nessed and dated.

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams CV
Chesterfield x 1
Cerveza Balboa 1 x
Carta Vieja 1 1
Lost

TONIGHT'S CAME
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield (Robinson 0-0) v.

Cerveza Balboa (Evans O-0).

Game time 8:00 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Carta. Vieja 8, Chesterfield 5.

Pairings For Third Round
Of Clayton Open Tourney

The second round of the Fort
Clayton Open was played Sunday:
Dec. 8. Play was characterized by
most of the players getting back to
form after a shaky start. The day's
highlights were a one under par
67 turned in by Major Tom Con
nor of the three-way tie in the
first flight between Col. Wood,
Major Knoll and Major Coniski. At
the half way mark, each has post
ed a 159.
The third round will be played
Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Fort Clay
ton Course. Flight alignments and
starting times are as follows: Fig'
ures following the names represent
scores posted in the first two
rounds.
1st FLIGHT
Binder, 82-87 Barger, 82-89 Tur-
ko, 86-87, 0800.
Strom, 90-83 Cheney, 87-86 Mas-
SOUa, 89-84, 0810.
Bishop, 89-89 Dooley, 90-89, 0820.
Along The Fairways
Amador Women's Golf News
Last week the women of the Am
ador Golf Club held a turkey shoot.
Low gross in this tournament was
won by Ethel Perantie with an 80.
Playing the back nine first, Ethel
shot a mediocre 43. but managed
io lour me tront mm in a snappy
one over par 37 to win one of the
turkeys.
First low net prize went to La
Nelle Logan with a net score of
69. Irene Robinson placed second
with a net 70. Marga Sewell and
Bev Dilfer tied for third place but
Marge won the roll-off with the
dice oil the 19th hqle.
A gala luncheon was held after
the morning's tournament and
prizes were awarded for the tur
key shoot, the Ringer tournament
and the Club Championship. For
those who did not win turkeys, oth
er prizes were awarded with the
choice going according to the net
scores. After the luncheon, new
committee members wera elected.
Zel Batchellor was elected presi president
dent president and Jean Sullivan was elected
vice-president.
The tournament for this neek
will be Match Play against Par. I

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CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Connor, 75-67 Hearne, 79-74 Jaf
gers, 80-76, 0830.
Jacks, 81-77, Kirkley, 81-77, Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, 879, 0840. i
Brown, 77-84, Errhalt, 85-83, By.
ers, 85-79, 0850.
Shank, 87-82, GOodnough, 89-84,
Vintes, 82-92, 0900.
4th FLIGHT
Kelley, 83-85, Turner, 95-84, Ja.
cobsen, 90-97, 0910.
Slager, 101-94, Jansen, 102-99,
Walton, 108-96, 0920.
Leheny, 108-98, Hanlen, 111-98,
Savage, 103-109, 0930.
Watson, 114-108.
Knoll, 82-77, Wood, 78-80, Conis Coniski,
ki, Coniski, 79-80, 0940.
3RD FLIGHT
Taffe, 87-89, Matasicj. 98-93,, Al Al-medaP88
medaP88 Al-medaP88 -93 1300. v
Hill, 95-103, Williams, 108-92,
Simpson, 102-100, 1310.
Mansfield, 89-83,- Vdth, 90-83, La Laming,
ming, Laming, 89-90, 1320.
Oleen, 90-93, Messner, 92-93,
Stevenson, 96-85, 1330.
Reish, 98-90, Travis, 96-94, Hawfo
inson, 99-105, 1340.
The second round in the Ladies
Division will be played tomorrow.
Weinschelbaum, 101-Ramsey, 9S
Schrekengast, 102, 0730.
Johnson, 105-Twombley, 112-Rog.
ers, 111, 0745.
Morrissey, 101-Laming, 92-David-son,
112, 0800.
Weir, 113-Walton, 129-Harrison,
97, 0815.
Hill, 104-Barger, 92-Turner, 107,
0830.
Pacific Divisional
Softball League
To Hold Meeting
The Pacific Divisional Softball
League will hold a meeting soon
to start the coming season. Any
team that is desirous of entering
the league, should write to Alfred
iBowen, League President, Box
1357 Balboa Canal Zone. All games
this year will be played at the
Paraiso diamond.
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EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1957
,... - "THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENTv D AILT NEWSPAFEB
PAGE EUVEA

JOE WILLIAMS-

Are' 'football coaches more tm
portant than college presidents?
Thtiv must DC. ttaicifc py umi
schools always censer on the mas
ter of the mousetrap, never : me
curator of brains. Maybe this ex explains
plains explains Red gkelton's high TrlndeX
- rating.
Paul (Bear) Bryant has just re repudiated
pudiated repudiated a contract with Texas
' A and M that bad seven years to
go, to takr over the football pori
tofolio at Alabama Dr. -M.;'T.
; Harrington ; A and ; M ,?, president,
'.' expressed regret.' ;'
Undoubtedly the educator Is dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished in academic circles, and
it is a mark of our Ignorance that
we' never 'heard of him bfore. This
is One- useful service the constant
shifting of ootball coaches serve,
'. .we get i fleeting introduction
to the college presidents
Ask the man in the street who
is Terrv Brennanv and chances
.... nii1f nrnmntlv Bet the COf
rect answer Notw Dame football
coach. Who's the president? Few
would know. It was the same at
Columbia during Lou Little
inn a- machina career. $ To most
ixnU 'ha. wn Columbia
The president of Alabama Uni University
versity University also got hie name in the
papers via the national: wire serv-
ices. J-a. v i ani aw ----
acquisition of Bryant with superla-
:.. i "XJa. lo tha orontost enach
uvea.. o ,o
in football We are most; Jortunate
to get him.' : .,
Exuberance may be characterls-
!. nt Hie doctor and is so we
may assume a similar acquisition
in hiochemistrr. foreign languages
i or medieval history would elicit
tributes no less warming, r we a
have to doubt, though, that edi editors
tors editors would find them 1 strikingly
newsworthy.- u.
One year Professor William Ly Lyons
ons Lyons Phelps got almost as much
publicity as the Yale football
coach, and this circumstance was
only distantly relate to his aca academic
demic academic attainments. He persuaded
Gene Tunney to address his class
on Shakespeare. It was a., page
one feature.
The sanctity of contracts be between
tween between football coaches and their
college employer? has long been
a coarse Jest. In -application, all
too often, it is merely a contract
between the coach and himself,
an obligation which binds the
school yet leaves the coach free
ARMED FORCES' LITTLE
...(.( LEAGUE c
Th Armed Forces Little
T as ernsft
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four-team league ua year, aue
, to the formation of separate
leagues at Albrook and Curundu;
two of the team were associated
with the league "from the time

of its inception.
The teams comprising the
Armed Forces Little League for
the 1958 season are Clayton, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Coiiimand Kobbe and
West: Rank.
Th lea true has been holding
organizational meetings for the
past three or lour monins ana
the foliowint! are ine new om
cers: r '; ':' r;
Capt. E. Moore (USN),: presi
dent.
Maj. E. M. Wells, vlcerpresi'
dent.
MaJ R. A. Banks, secretary secretary-treasurer.
treasurer. secretary-treasurer. ''
MSgU Charles Bowers, player
agent. .:.
Mr. Walter C. Watson, publici publicity.
ty. publicity. ."
All of the" four teams will have
new managers this year and they
naturally are officers of ; the
leaene. Kobbe will have at its
helm Lt. John M. Hanna who
coached the Clayton team last
year.- .tv -
Caribbean Command will have
as its pilot Lt. Col. Harry W. Post,
a familiar figure, in little league
activities vho umpired in ithe
Pacific Little League and man managed
aged managed the Seymour team during
the last few weeks of the 1957
season.:
Managing: West Bank In place
nt Rnh Tntit-will be Robert K.
Bureess. HMC. USN who ,. has
had trevl6us'llttie' league expert
ence -as manager, of. a teanr at
the Marine Base at Camp Le Le-Jeune,"i
Jeune,"i Le-Jeune,"i North. .Carolina,
Managing Clayton will be Sp3
David Sampson,. a- .hard worker
Tho will, have his boys hustling
jail the- way,"
Saturday morning at 8 o clock
MSgt. Moore president of the;
Canal Zone Umpires Association,!
will conduct an umpires school
at the Fort Kobbe. Little League
Ball Park. Anyone interested in
participating or just observing Is
welcome.
The opening date-for the 1958
season Is scheduled for 4 Janu January
ary January 1958 at Curundu. Elaborate
oneniner da ceremonies are be
ing planned with all little
leagues sponsored by any armea;
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- i to accept a more attractive offer
at will, v
Contract Junkers
Not many coaches get 10 year
contracts, ana tne assurance oi
security -in a profesMoiy which is
constantly plagued oy aiumm nys nys-teria
teria nys-teria and undergraduate clamor.
Presumably this is, precisely the
protection a I coach seeks; in nego
tiating such a contract. s.
Football coaches appear to be
a restless breed. Few of the long
termers remain but Until their
contracts have expired.: Bryant is
a conspicuous example. He sign
ed with Kentucky tor ao years
served one. then lumped to lex
n A iinri M, Now he moved to A
labama with seven years oi .an
nthpr '10 vear contract unfilled. ....
ti. imnlipatinns here are not
complimentary to Uie mutuality of
respect and trust. Still,., as the
man savs. it takes tWO tO tango,
And if Alabama didn't actively
encourage Bryant to breach his
contract, no one had noted that
the school president swooned ., at
the thought of iu c -.- v
A point has been reached where
the colleges must protect inem
selves from one another,. A; f sug sug-eestion
eestion sug-eestion bv Blackie Shrrod, emi
nent Ft. Forth sport commenta
tor 'comes to mind, ror e a e a
un'"Vd contract year the-bidding
college must pay a stipulated
sum. ethical fractures oftjen re
spond to monetary halm, especial
ly in college football.
Who Said Ethics?
rvf course the one simple way
rnlleffes can Dut a positive -.and
to the raiding of coaches, and re
store meaning to tne language ot
a contract is to taKe a reiresner
course in ethics. To be had, a
coach must first be courted.
A roach can hardly be expect
ed to view contract as a sacred
obligation when a rival vcollege
presidents y, in effect, "Oh that
thintr. It's.iust a acrao of paper.
Here, sign this one. And t hat
new Caddy on front. Taka it
home to the. missus.'' ., ..'
If the' conduct of college foot
ball is still somewhat short of i i-ideal,
ideal, i-ideal, don't blame the coach,' the
athletic director or the hire-for-play
youngster, blame the, head
man. u be doesn't Know wnat s
going on, he's, incompetent; if he
does and. approves, he's, unfit,.,
forces activity participating.
It is antlclDated that General
Montague -will throw out the first
ball and that Generals Harold
and Landon and Admiral Wales
will also participate in the cere
monies. ; . v V I ;
All teams of the four little
leagues and eight minor league
teams from the Armed Forces
Little League will be on,' hand
The ceremonies are scheduled to
get under way at 2 p.m.y t i
CANAL ZONE ARMED FORCES
. LITTLE LEAGUE SCHEDULE
FIRST HALF. :
Jan. 6 West Bank Kobbe -Carlb
CmdJ--Clayton
9 West Bank-r-Carib Cmd.
Kobbe Clayton j
13 Clayton West Bank
Carih Cmd. Kobbe :
16 Kobbe West Bank
V Claytop Carlb Cmd.
, 20 Clayton--Kobbe
- Carib Cmd. West Bank
. 23-West Bank Clayton
, Kobbe Carlb Cmd.
27 West Bank Kobbe
. Carib Cmd. Clayton ;
30 Kobbe Clayton
- West Bank Carib Cmd.
Feb. 3 Clayton West Bank
. Carib cma. Koobe y
SECOND HALF
Feb. 17 Kobbe West Bank
. Clayton Carlb cmd.
20 Clayton Kobbe v
j Carlb Cmd-West Bank
24 West Bahk Clayton
- KODbe-r-cano cma.
1 27 West Bank Kobbe v
? -: Carib CmcL-idlayton
Mar. 3 Kobbe Clayton
- West Bank Carlb Cmd,
' .r- 'ft--Clayton West Bank
" Carlb Cmd-Kobbe r
JO Kobbe West Bank
'.; '' v Clayton Carth' Cmd.
yi 13 Clayton-Kobbe- i,
IT West Bank Clayton 4
i k) r. ,- KobbeT-cartb cmd.
1 FIRST HALF PLAVOFFEf Feb.
. 10. 13.,
SECOND HALF FIAYO r S
Mar. 20, 244 27, ; s ;
PLAYOFF FIRST AND SEC
OND HALF Mar. 31. Apr. 3. 7.
Note-t-ln event second nan
playoff is unnecessary, the play
off between the first ana second
half winners will be played on
dates set for the .second half
nlavof f r- -
.Caribbean Command playoff
to be announced. Games will be
played on Wednesdays and Sat
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AND AWAY WE COI Sqtiaw Valley, "Calif, opened the season a little early this year.' Jot
Marillac. the skTschool director, leads his instructors 1n trying the, snow atop, the downhill 1

course. J ne urey Arupiiy
B LEAGUE. BASKETBALL
The Globe .Trotters and the Cel
tics kept their record untarnished
to ratam tneir ieaa w me pauie
for the championship of the "B"
lasketball leaeue in : the Balboa
Junior Senior High Intramural
sports program." v -; 1
Tne Celtics KnocKeq over-uie
Beavers 3-22 on the strength of
Archie Carroll's ir points and the
8 contributed by i Curt Schwarz'
rni-lr. Thu Reavers. ivhO fullered
from point production trouble all
season.- found the range in this
game with Dick Ness ; scoring
and 5 other teammates tutting tor
points. Steve McDoniel's ? gang is
certain to spell troupie tor some
of the leaders before the season
closes.
The second win of the week" for
the Celtics was a 34-15 conquest of
the Eagles. It was a ;case "bf too
much Carroll and scnwarzrocK
again as they scored 12 and 10
Eagles' weren't ,able- to 'put up a
points, respectively. ; Dick Morris
Eaelea weren't able to put up a
defense that could contain these
two nartirularlv In the first fall,
The Trotters found things rough
in their game with, the ; Capterpilr
lars and just did manage to come
off the floor with a 21-26 win. Lead
ing at half time by a -scant 13
10 margin, it was a last tnira
quarter that won game for' the
Trotters with 16. r
Ralph Blevm's Dons stayed with
in range of tne leaders witn a
brace of victories, defeating the,
19. Against the Eagles Bob, Rath-
geber had a big afternoon racking
up 22 points as he continually
broke into the clear to drive in
for his specialty, a layup 2 point
er. Fred Roe got 9 for- the Eagles.
The Coyotes and the JJons play
ed one of the best games of the
season and except for a slow start,
the. Coyotes just might have been
the winners. Woody French has
his team up for this one but in
their eagerness, their timing was
off and the ball just wouldn't go
in the basket the first half, get getting
ting getting only, 3 points during this time.
Blevins and Rathgeher consistent consistently
ly consistently picked v up points and had a
confutable 11-3 halftime lead. The
Coyotes played a terrific second
half, but the flamage had beep do
and insjlite of the Franch, Lew
Franch, and Walter Brown they
couldn't close the gap completely.
The Beavers and Pistons went
into the game both winlefcs, andi t
was a nip and tucK cattle right
down to the wire with the Beavers
finally winning 27-26. Ness again
headed the offense of the Beavers,
and he 'got nice support from Tony
Franklin with 8 points while Ness
was dumping m 12. The (Beavers
started fast and were able to hold
off a last half rally by the Pistons
td win: Fred Huddleston scored
10 for the Pistons.
In a low scoring game the Co

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9. Bob Fortune was the high scor scorer
er scorer in this game with his 5 points
tor we cats oi jack woods. 1
, Standings.
Team W L Pet.
Globe Trotters ' 5 o l.ooo
Celtics 4 0 1.000
Don1 . 4 1 .800
Coyotes 3 2 .600
Caterpillars u 1 8 i250
Beavers , ., 1 4 .200
Eagles 0 4 .000
Pistons 0 4 .000
C LEAGUE BASKETBALL
Lou LombahoV Cats' took ever
undisputed first place by winning
both their games during the week,
The big one was their' win over
the Bruins, of Jack DeVore, 'who
has to play minus the services of
their big scorer, BUI Engleke. E-
ven with Engleke. however, the
Bruins would had found it a tight
ball game, as the Cats racked up
35 points to 19 for the Bruins. Lom-
tvano accounted for 15 of these
and the rest were-divided among
5 other players, jack Lie yore scor
ed all but 2 of his teams points
witn MS 17. 4
In : th rfr other game the' Cats
took the-measure of the Flyers
32-23, largely on the fine scoring
of Lombano with 12 and Warren
Ashton with 11.- Bob Brandon play
US Davis Cup Team
Improving Accordin!
To Plan-Says Talberf
BRISBANE. Australia (UP)-
Captain Billy Talbert of the U.S.
Davis Cup Team today, discounted
hia olavers' defeats in early tour
naments in this country and said
so far hi ssauad is progressing ac
cording "to plan." ',
Before sweeping the Philllpples,
5-0. in. the cub interzone semi
finals last week, the U.S. players
showed poorly in ootn tne incw
South wales ana soutn austrauan
championships.
"When we suffered arly rever reversals
sals reversals in both of these; there was
widespread alarm about our cup
chances," said Talbert. "I feel
sure those ideas are radically
changed now." ;
The U.S. team was scheduled
for a workout today at the Milton
Courts where it will meet Belgium
in the interzone finals this, Thurs
day, Friday, and Saturday.
Talbert said he will rely on the
same' squad that was named
against the Philippines Vic Sei Sei-xas
xas Sei-xas of Philadelphia. Herb Flam of
Beverly Hills, Calif., Gardnar Mut Mutiny
iny Mutiny of Dencer, Colo., and young
Ron Holmherg of Brooklyn.
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ed- a trememdous game for the
losers,- racking up 17 points and
constantly getting rebounds or in intercepting
tercepting intercepting Cat passes ": :
The Bruins, although. losing the
big, one to the Cats, are still very
much, in the race, and proved this
by a. 44-24 win over the Hawks.
Engelke, back in action, scored
21 points and DeVore 12 as they
moved out of range of the. Hawks
right from the first jump ball. Da David
vid David Zapp. was the backbone of the
Hawks game; both offensively and
defensively m he scored 14 points.
The Dukes. Jead by TBill Wildin-
son,; Fred Chase and Al Osborne,
are the most improved team i
the- league, and must he figured
when trying to predict the final
standings. They lost their ppening
game to the Bruins, but 1 haven't
been, defeated since then and the 2
recent victories were accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished in convincing manner. They up upset
set upset the previously undefeated
Chiefs 39-25 and then the Mustangs
38-25. Wilkinson, Chase, and Os
borne give tne Dun-es scoring bow
er,' defensive stat'jiy, and good
rebound control. Gene Brewer and
Af Alt man were effective for the
Chiefs, but they could not mat.ch
mis trio in all aroupd play:
Tom Perantie matched Wilkin Wilkinson
son Wilkinson point for point as the Mustang
and Dukes played.- with each bov
scoring 18. The difference again
was in the support inese lads got
from their teammates as the Dukes
won 38-25. Chase, Osborne, Sam
Bettsak, and Sol Odnnz all scored
for., the Dukes to aid the cause,
while George Casira was the only
other Mustang able to hit for point
and he got 7,
The Mustangs won their first
game of ihe season when the iin-
ended the Flyers 34-22. Perantie
scored 23 in this game while
Jim Barnes added the other 11. B
Bowen was high, for the Flyers
with 9. points.
Charlie Rager'l Warriors split
their two games, winning fromthe
Hawks 31-13 and then dropping a
low scoring fame to the Chiefs 14-
10. The big difference in the War-
rios two games was Rager. Against
tne Hawks ne scored 25 points and
against the Chiefs Gene iBrewer
had his defenses set to stop Rager
and they held him to a 10 points,
all his team scored in the game.
Even so, he Warriors .lead until
the last zmmutes of play when
the Chiefs took the lead on Tom
Santeli's basket, and cinched it a
minute and half later when 'San 'San-tell
tell 'San-tell dropped in another 2 pointer.
Standings
Team
W L Pet.
Cats
Bruins
Duke 1
Chiefs
Warriors
Mustangs
Flyers'
Hawks

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f NOTES ;
Cristobal v' ":
Avid Gold Coast wing-shots verl

fled their devotion to the sweet
science at the Sunday morning
and Wednesday afternoon Cristobal
dun Club sessions of last week.
making up in enthusiasm 'what
seemed lacking in skill and num
bers. High gun over both days1
shoots is left o opinion, as Bill
Brandl broke 23 birds at 16 yard
trap, "Wonder Boy"' Lpga Jeyfully
ruined 24. Skeets, and' few., gun gunners
ners gunners are entirely agreed in their
own minds concerning the rela-
uve aimcuiues.
' All, however, are unanimous that
no other place on the Isthmus
can match the pleasantness in
shooting arrangements of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Gun Club, equipped admira admirable
ble admirable to provide a good course of
skeet, trap and small arms prac practice
tice practice along with immediately avail available
able available facilities for food, drink, and
entertainment of n o n shooting
fiuests of aficionados, the inffaht
Leo always diligent at bar and ta-
oie. iwone out shooters are allow allowed
ed allowed on tjie field during actual fir firing,
ing, firing, but the "box" is kept open to
all hopefuls.)
In addition in BronHV. Tr. mA
Loga's Skeet scores, other lead
ers;
V Traa (Sinj(es)
Loga (19 yd 21
R. Casanoza (20 vd) in
Lee Carr (19 yd) sn
F. Chollar (20 yd) is
Art Sutton 20 yd) is
au eiwrts at trap doub es ex-
Cept Art Sutton's 18 place the ner.
formers under a cloud of tempor
ary disgrace.
Skeet
"Buck" Lastinger
Casanoza
Sutton
George Lopp
Brandt (.10)
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Pbirit-Blank To Settle

Feucl With
By JACK CUDDY N
tniif . r ir.ti, mL!. i.
xl,vi xvaa. lurj inis writer.
friendly to both Cua D'Amato and
Jim Norris, tried over the week
end to arrange a forget-the-past
conference that might settle their
feud and result in a big heavy-
weignt tme lights ;
Promoter Norris was willing. He
said: "As far as I'm concerned
the ieud is one-sided. I'll be glad
to sit down with Cus. any time and
make a iresn start in talks about
title bout."
But D'Amato. manaeer of rham
pion Floyd Patterson, refused
point-blank to have any dealings
with Norris. "because I have no
confidence the man."
D Amato's refusal wai an hlfti.
lynnai mere seems no hope o
a ranprochement. And the situs.
uon could cause much trouble in
1958. Not only does D'Amato re refuse
fuse refuse to Jet young" Patterson fight
mm tiuina ana ; ms ; inierpauonai
ooxing uiuo. nut ne refusea a rin.
fense against any contender who
jin u Amato s opmionl i 'friend 'friendly"
ly" 'friendly" with the IBC. .
In his weekend atatemenfa f!n
hinted that the barred "friendly"
isioup migm inciuae every con contender
tender contender listed among the top 10 by
the Ring magazine, although he.
did not come right out and say it.
Saeks English Opponent
He repeated that heis negoti negotiating
ating negotiating for a spring title defense in
England against ah undesignated
opponent. He added, "and we have
four of'ers for title fights in the
United States from independent
promoters."
Meanwhi'e, Norris stressed his
willingness to confer with D'Ama D'Amato.
to. D'Amato. He said, "if Cus doesn't want
to meet me in New York now, I
could fly up from Miami in 3Vi
hours or from Chicago in two
hours and 40 minutes, any time
he wants to sit down and talk it
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uver.
But the world's best known pro-
moter added: "If he r'oesu'r want

Patterson to fight' under our prov
motion, I'm sure he won't pui us
out ol business. The government
m.ght put us out, but D'Amato
won't.",
Norris' "government" mention
referred to the .monopoly decision
now be ore the United States Suv
preme Court lor con irmationo r
reversal.
Last summer Federal Judse Syl
vester Rvan found the IRC miiitv
of violating the anti-trust laws an an-ordered
ordered an-ordered the IBC broken up. But
his verdict was appealed to the.'
Supreme Court.
Fears IBC "Control"
friends of D'Amato sav he feara
the IBC will try to "control" Pat Patterson
terson Patterson if he defends under IBC
promotion.
But Norrix emnhasberf- "W
don't control any fighters or have'
any pieces of them, and we don't
want. any. We're perfectly satis satisfied
fied satisfied with the promoter's share of
fights."
Among the many other reasons
for D'Amato's feud is his charge"
mat tne iuu refused to Use his
preliminary boxers after Patter-
Son had won the vacant title hv
knocking out Archie Moore, Nov.
30, 1956. He said the IBC had
promised faithfully to do so.
But Norris said, "we used some
preliminary lighters suggested to
us by Charley Black and Vinnie
Cirola, whom D'Amato had riven '.
us to understandwould represent
him."
Since he won the title. Patterson
defended twice for independent
promoters and knocked out Hurri-
cane Jackson (10) and Pete Rade
macher. The champion's nurses,.,
were large enough in those bouts
to put him in the 90 per cent
bracket, said D'Amato.
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Walter 0'Malley
Says Dodgers Are
In LA. To Stay
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.,
Dec. 10 (UP) As far as Walter
O'Malley la concerned, the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers are In Los Angeles to st.ay.
come referendums or high wa water.
ter. water. O'Malley. the Dodger presi president,
dent, president, scoffed today at reports
that he might take the team
back to Brooklyn because of the
referendum that will hold up
start of construction of a 50.000 50.000-seat
seat 50.000-seat ball park in Chavez Ravine.
"That was a 'run away' story
that it newspaperman put out in
trying to find out what the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities were of another team
going to New York," said O'Mal O'Malley.
ley. O'Malley. "Sure, there always is the pos possibility
sibility possibility of the Dodgers going
back. But we have absolutely no
Intention of doing so. We are
auite happy in'Los Angeles and
are hopeful of playing there."
The Dodgers plan to plav in
Wrlgley Field andor the Colise Coliseum
um Coliseum in 1958. while they await the
result of a ballot that will decide
if it is okay for the city of Los
Angeles to furnish some land on
which to build.
Asked what he will go if the
dral for Chavez Ravine is turn turned
ed turned r'nwn bv the voters, he said:
"We'll gross that bridge when
we come to it."
1 Via Espafia
Tel. 3-0383

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ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modem furnished) apartmeate, I,
2 bedrooms, bat. cold vratar.
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Elegant luxurious
apartments, modern construction,
all conveniences, residential sec sector,
tor, sector, two bedroom, sliding glass
doors, elevator service. Mutt be
seen to ba appreciated. Reason
able prices. Tall. 3-1107.
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 rooms
apartments. Near Ancon Bus
Stop, convenient for all .Military'
Personal. Phona 2-5 174" Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. 7
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, hot water, ana
bedroom. Second street No. 1 1
Perryhill. Phona 3-2694 or 3 3-0533.
0533. 3-0533. FOR RENT: Apartment, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette-kitchen. Darien
street No. 14-21, next street
front 4th of July Avenue.
FOR RENT: $50.00, furnished
apartment, North American
neighbors, frequent transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, wash-tubs parking apace
and yard. Tel. 3-0471.
FOR RENT: 2 apartments one
bedroom. One furnished. Via
Porras No. 64. Key in last
v department. Tel 3-0311 3'
6887.
Sports Briefs
PEACOCK COPS BANTAM TITLE
LOS ANGLES (UP) Billy
(Sweetpea) Peacock, 117, won
the vacant California bantam
weight championship Saturday
night when he was awarded a
technical knockout triumph over
Frankie Campos, 118, in the eighth
round of their scheduled 12-round
bout. Both boxers are from Los
Angeles.
GIANTS SELL EXTRA SEATS
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York Giants will put 10,000 bleach bleacher
er bleacher seats and 4,000 tickets foi
standing room in the grandstand
Browns. Ail nseiwoa and box
seats have been sold.
ROSEWALL, SEDGMAN WIN
SYDNEY, Australia (UP) Ken
.iivocniu m ( U I .J til
wry over iew tioaa ana rranK
Sedgman defeated Pancho Segura
6-4, 6-0, Sunday in professional
tennis matches.
LANDY'S MARK FALLS
MELBOURNE, Australia (UP) (UP)-Albert
Albert (UP)-Albert Thomas, 22, of Sydney, bet bettered
tered bettered John Landy's Australian
three-mile record by 1.5 seconds
Sunday when he was clocked in
13 minutes, 25.9 seconds in a dual
meet. His time was 11.7 seconds
off the world mark held by Sandor
lharos of Hungary.
VANGUARDS WIN CROWN
JOHNSON AIR BASE, Japan
(UP) Quarterback John Owens
ran 65 yards in the final period
with an intercepted pass Sunday
to give the Johnson Air Force
Base Vanguards a 6-0 victory over
the Marine Corps' Sukiran jStreaks
in the Rice Bowl game and the
Far east U.S. service team cham championship.
pionship. championship. ..,
REFUGEE WINS TITLE
CHICAGO (UP)- John Macy,
26-year-o'd Polish refugee who at
tends the University of Houston,
won the senior AAU 10,000-meter
cross-country title Satufv ; .i
time of 31 minutes, 12 seconds.
The New York Athloli.
the team title in the race for the
eighth straightt ime.
COLON STOK
;Zth St. and Amador
Guerrero Ave.
Tel. 1087-L
TIRES
o With Old Tires
e No Mounting Charge
o Credit if Desired
TUBELESS
Siie Black White Wall
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Automobiles
FOR SALI-1952 Willy's Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 2 door, radio, overdrive,
spoked hub caps, good condition,
call 3369 U. S. Naval Radio
Station, Farfan, Cocoli 2396-0.
Attar 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1947 Kaiser, good
body, good running' condition.
. Call Balboa" 2-3419, bast 0er.
FOR ALIupof Bu(ck 194
excellent condition, new tirei."
radio. Bargain, General Elactrif;V
Frigitfaira, two compartaments,
9 cubic feet, excellent condition.
Call 3-070i or 2-2466.
FOR SALE: Chrysler Sedan Sa Saratoga,
ratoga, Saratoga, 1952. Good condition
$750.00, Pontiac 1950, good
condition, $250.00. Cadillac,
hard-top 1953, with radio, white
tires, 'in good condition, $1,200.
Rodelag, Ave. Justo Arosomena,
Sr. Azcirraga.
FOR SALE. 1947 Chrysler. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Phona 2-2644.
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevJ way. Body Massaire,
Excercislnf Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
tnd erttlemen. Get results. results.-MASSAGE
MASSAGE results.-MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S
Products
J. Amemena Ave. 13-48
TeL 1-2217
new canon
.CAMS!;
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
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Panama N.. fork Colon
LIFE INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 1-0352
HAUELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
C AM ERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Are.
IMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
TeL 2-1661
High School Chorus
Vill6iY? Program
Af Rainbow Cifv
The Rainbow City Hilfh School
Chorus and Band will hold their
annual program ofi Christmas
music at the Rainbow City. Qym
nasium on Friday,. Pec. ,13 at 8
p.m. v --Under
Under --Under the direction of Reel
nald T. Prescott, the chorus and
band will sponsor popular and
classical numbers, in addition,
live popular carols have been se
lected for "Community Sine,"
The complete program follows:
7:45 p.m. Villanclcos por la
Sanaa del coiegio.
8 p.m. Entrada del Coro del
Coiegio
"Gloria En Excelsls Deo Vil Vil-lanclco
lanclco Vil-lanclco FraneeA.
Marcha: "Jingle Bells, Kef Kef-pont
pont Kef-pont (la Banda).
Canclones:
a) "Noche Sagrada," Adam
b) "Alegre Canclbn de Navl Navl-dad,'Y
dad,'Y Navl-dad,'Y Oevaert el Coro).
Duo: "Coronad al Salvador,"
Nevin. (Sollstas: C. Blackman, O.
Cancldn:
"NoeL.- Arreglo de Flaher (el
Coro).
Cantos para Todos (Communi (Community
ty (Community 8ing):
a) "It Came Upon the Mld Mld-.
. Mld-. nirht Clear Wini.
b) "Angels, From the Realms
of Glory," smart.
Duo: "Estrella de Naridad,"
Land on. (Sollstas: C. Clackman,
T. Morgan). t
Solo ie Saxofono:
"SerenaU de log Angeles,"
Broga. So list: Edwin Joseph
Fondo .Coral: "Song of the
Christmas Angels."-
Alegrias de Kavldad...Arreelo
de Prescott (la Bands).
Potpourri d Naridad. ..Arre-

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Miscellaneous
FOR' SALE By great popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until 15th December. 30 off.
Av. Nacionat (Auto Raw).
FOR SALE: Young native Stal Stallion.
lion. Stallion. Approximately 1 1 hands,
saddle and bridle. Also available.
Balboa 6361 aftar 5:00.
FOR SALE: Hot Point fully fully-automatic
automatic fully-automatic washer, 60-cycle, good
buy. Starling Silvr Flatware,
Kirk "Repousse Pattern, Phena
Curundu 4141 afternoon.
CONTRACTORS. BULIDEHS For
septic tanks and water outlets
in general insist en Clayce terra
cotta pipe, 'specially made for
such pusposes, and resistant to
compression and acid action. 4"x
12" pipe at 12 cants each.
FOR SALE: rSavo money 1 Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x 12"
xl 2". They are econortrical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayce t Alfareria, S.
A.. Via Espafla No. 17-40.
Phone 3-01 60.
FOR SALE: Train Set-Ho-track.
, Horse r Saddle outfit.
Phone Curundu 5104, House
22I1-D, Se. A. at.
FOR SALE: Bicycle, beyt 20
inch, balloon tires, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Panama 3-6288. 1
FOR SALE: 1 set dishes, 56
pes,, Neritake China. I Brown
checked, sport coat siie 40,
mert's. House Ne. 6425. Dot Bd Bd-cas,
cas, Bd-cas, Los Riot, C. Z.
FOR SALE Duncan Phyeo ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dining auite, $195;
Louis XIV bed with newly rev
upholstered innenpring ane? mat mattress,
tress, mattress, $85; 25 cycle Westing.
house1 porcelain refrigerator, $40;
metal library table, $10; 6 foot
ladder, $4; wheary wardrobe
trunk,1 $5; beginners, bicycle,
$10; wicker chairs, etc: Balboa
4250; house 5155 Diablo; 4-
P.m.
FOR SALE; Kenmore semi semiautomatic
automatic semiautomatic washar. Phone Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook 864240 Qrts. 109-A. :
FOR SALE: 1 girls 24" bike
end 1 26 boy's bike. Call BaU
I 1TI1 .8, j
boa 2718.
FOR $ALI."0" Gauge Lionel
train; track!,' X transformers;
equipment; train boara". Tal.
IS3S talboa.
Auction Sale
Of Peron, Eva'sy
Jewels Fizzes
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 11 (UP)
The much-advertised auction
sale of the jewels and art treas
ured of deposed dictator Juan D.
Peron and his late wife Eva was
a fizzle so far today.
Despite an elaborate display of
police armed with sub machine
guns and rifles around the mon monumental
umental monumental Automobile Club, little in
terest aas shown for the first 35
lots offered.
Most of the bids were so low
they were rejected by the govern government
ment government committee in charge of re recovering
covering recovering the value of the treas
ures for the national patrimony.
Nor did the expected foreien
Duyers materialize although some
of. the lots offered came originally
from such firms as Tiffany of
New York, Cartier of Paris and
Van Cleff & Arpela of Amsterdam,
glo de Prescott (el Coroh
Cantos para Todos (Communl
ty Sine):
a) "Hark! The Herald Angels
Sing," Mendelssohn.
b) "Deck ,the Hall," VUlanvlco
oaio,
e) "Silent Night," Gruber.
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"PABCO Linoleum"
by Yards and Rug v
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P. C. Employment,
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Home Articles
rOH SALIi Mahagany living,
ream sets, upholstered, from
$98.00. Wrought iron livingroom
set,; $150.00. Beautiful sofa sofa-M.
M. sofa-M. Damask upholstered, $125.
' Mahogany dlningroom tata, $65.
Modem China closets, $85.00
DINITTk JETS, pastels colors,
.$74.95. Carved double bads wfth
now niatttata, $69.00. Holly
wood' : bads, complete, $50.00.
Bunk-bads, $39.00. Canapes,
complete, $29.50. Mahagany
wardrobe, from $35.00. Modern
couch-bad, $59.00. Modern van-
ley,' $38.00. Basket chairs, $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. Small wrought iron and fiber
fables, $12.00. Wa accept Ins Installment
tallment Installment plan, easy payments.
Horn delivery. HOUSEHOLD
'EXCHANGE. National Ave. No.
41. Tel. 3-49113-7348.
FOR SALES Beautiful 4-bumer
Tappan stove with light and
window, good condition, .-low
priced. Call 3-1789.
FOR SALE; Simmons hire-a
bed couch, double bed aisca). $60.
Qtrs. 577-A. Talaphena 83-
2128, Curundu.
The Atlantic Little League will
hold a .meeting tonight, at ,, 7:30
p.m.. at me Margania oei v;e
Center.
The main purpose of the meet-
iitc will be to explain the. work-
mgs of the League its;?atJa,Xae-'
corapushments ana us proatems.
Trvouts. player auction, financial
set-up, umpiring ana scoring- sys systems
tems systems and a history of the league
will be among the topics discuss
ed.'
The officers for the 1958 sea
son will, be en hand to answer a-
nv ano-.an quesuons ou. unk
League baseball. These Include
Josenh L. Hickey. president;. Mr
waU Wiberg, vice president;; Mr.,
ana mts nenry vmi""""
treas.; James j. murfay, Busi Business
ness Business agent; Henry J. McElhone,
player a,gent; .an George Tully,
chief umpire. ,
All persons interested in Lame
League are invited. The evening
should prove to be- entenaimng
as well as educational, -V S v 'Zt$
Released with the announcement
of the meeting; was a roster of
all six of the Leaue's teams as
compiled by Player Agent Mc
Elhone.; The parents of ne ooys
named on the teams are especial
ly urged to attend the wednes
day evening meeting.
The roster of the teams is as
follows: Mutual of Omaha, soon
sored by the Insurance Co. of the
same name, lists Mike Burza s
manager, with- Gordon Kelt tne
coach. The players are Dougie
Billison. Wally Brians, Tommy
Burrow. Mixe tuurza, narry moc
kery, George Evans, Bob Hauser,
Les Highley, Mario Julio, Lei
Leon. Bernard Mans, Billy Reif,
Ronald Riefkohl. Ken banders,
Wayne Seeley, and Joe wrrght.
The Police Pals sponsored oy
the Atlantic Police Association has
Howard Will back again as man
aeer with Joe Watson as his
coach. Plavers are Dervck Bar
her, Ken iBernstein,jStuart Bern
stein. Ken Carden, Richard Car
penter, Hank Clancy, Ronald Coo
per, Ronaid crump, Howard f a avorite,
vorite, avorite, Kenny Karpinskr, Jim Las Las-tinger,
tinger, Las-tinger, Rocky Mason, Mickey Mc
Elhone. Phil owen, aj rare,
Woody -Smith. Will. Will.
The Pirates sponsored by Gil
Morland have Ken Shelley as
manager with Cris Haas serving
as coach. Their flayers are Dou
gie Alberga, Larry Christoph, Jim
my Ebdon, Hermie Hennquez,
Tommy. Hickey,. Stan Motta, Har
ry Murray, Mike Nunley, Tommy
Robertson. Bob Sanders, Ken Shel
ley, ob Smith, Frank Tortorici,
EverSrlo Umola,. and Ewald Wi
berg.- y.ir't .;vVl-
The Bottlers sponsored or, the
Coca Cola -Co. have the Wilder
brothers. Art and Al as manager
asd coach. Players are Ralph
Bender. George Campbell. Terry
Conley, Allen Cotton, Walter

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Real Estate
FOR SALt S93SM2 In Carra
Campana lot No. 517 at and Ca Calls
lls Calls Cordillera. Closa to tha Jan.
Tal. 3-375. y '. i
Florida's finest Trailer Site
beautifully wooden 80 by
100 faat. Payable $20 Cash and
$20 monthly. Famous Panama
: City Gulf Resort Area. Exeellant
hunting, fishing, all sports.' Alsa
. Lovely Wooden Homeiites low
pricas, easy terms. Booklet FREE,
; David Wood, Fountains, Florida
Boats & Motors
FOR SALEs Best offer MVS ft.,
boat w7Vi b-P. motor. Must tell
by the 15th. Qits 585-A Kobbe.
LOST: Hunting dog lest, at
Cascados, C. Z. Light brown
color with white neck and fact.
v.' Please tall phona 3-3421.
Crouch, Bobby Griffon,. Bob Hutc
ings, Charles McClelland, Tommy
McLean, Keith McLeod, Richard
Roscoe, Dick Sanchez, Terry lo lo-bin,
bin, lo-bin, Dave Wilder, and Mike Willi Willi-ford.
ford. Willi-ford. j .j,
The-i'ElkSi'ohe of the two hew hew-cdmers
cdmers hew-cdmers tp the league and spon sponsored
sored sponsored By Cristobal Lodge : No.
1542 ts managed by mm banders
with JJm Colbert as his coach.
Their players are Billy Acheson,
ueorge neus worm, r ran srooais,
Nickey Brooks, Dick (Brooks, Jim
Colbert!' Ralph DeBoyrie, Carl Eh-
der, Bill Hdpkins Matt-Manning,
Pancho Motta, Jerry Pabon, Bub-
by Pennock, Jack Sanders, John
Sanders and ob Will
The Legion is the other new newcomer
comer newcomer anl is sponsored by the
Nathaniel J. Owen Post No. S,
American Legion with Cash Paul Paulson
son Paulson as manager and W. G. Mc Mc-Bride
Bride Mc-Bride as coach. The players are
Frank iBorcellino, Jack Blair, Ro Ronald
nald Ronald Clavtor. Orrin Clement. Tom
Coffin, Carl Compton, Dave Go-
guen, Greg Hakanson, Danny Hol Hol-comb.
comb. Hol-comb. Pete McBride. Leo Paul
Shirks Robby Thomas and Jim
son, VWardie Redman, H e A r y
Shirk,. Robby Thomas : and Jim.
Wood.
Beck's Attorney
SEATTLE, Dec. 11 (UP) De Defense
fense Defense Attorney' Charles S, Burdell
may finish presentation of his rase
today in the grand larceny trial of
teamster president Dave Beck.
Beck is accused of keeping for
himself the $1,900 realized from
the sale of a union-owned1 Cadillac.
Burdell won an important victo
ry yesterday when Judge George
H Revellev ruled Beck's private
secretary could not be cross-exam
ined on why she, invoked the
Fifth Amendment last summer
when she appeared before a King
County Grand yury.
It was tnis grand lury wmcn
indicted Beck on the charge of
grand .larceny by embezzlement
Burdell objected when deputy
Prosecutor Laurence Regal asked
Mrs. Marcella Guiry. Beck's sec
retary, if' the answers she ave
from the witness stand yesterday
were the stme as those she gave
to the grand jury.
Burdell claimed tne question was
immaterial.
'The court knows and the prose-
cutW knows she cave no answers
before the grand jury.'Vhe said.
Revelle ruled that' Regal could
not ask the question because "in
my opinion it would be unconsu-
tutional." t fc ; ) ". .-Vr
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$1,200.00
f 1,200.00
.1100.00,
1,000.00;
500.00'
COSMOS
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Miscellaneous
; .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A," DIABLO
ox Ian. Cristobal! cx
WANTID Tw. ;2 used 60
cycle "refrigerator good condi condition..
tion.. condition.. Cell Balboa 3180 or 2865.
Domestic Employment
; WANTIDj day weak maid,
f Family has 4 children. Call Crjs Crjs-tobal
tobal Crjs-tobal 2914, anytlma.
WANTED K-Mald for cooking
and ; general housework, Must
live in. Phona 6-226.
Little Rockers Have
Flo Plans to Fefe
Negro Grid SJars
LITTLE ROCK: Ark:.. Dec. 11
(UP) Report thatr little Rock
planned a civic celebration to
honor 'three Negro football- stars
were received with surprise to
day In this clty, cene of recent
segregation fights;;. r
anuusci tiiai race ui me uni
T, M 'Al. h
versity Of Michigan said he had
"learned" that he and teammate
Willie Smith, a n d Wisconsin
quarterback Sid Williams would
be honored with a reception, pa-
raoe ana panquex, : Kt.
He said the' "committee tn-
cluded Gov. Orval Faubus. whose
sending of Arkansas soldiers to
keep Negroes out of Little Rock's
Central High School brought the
segregation issue to a head
But. Faubus. "interviewed" in
nis Datn this moraine via Mrs.
Faubus. said he was on .no such
committee and knew of no Dres
ent plans for. such a celebration;
"I'm sure there will1 be some
recognition ot Pace's AilTAmeri
ca honor; htit I,;don't know-what
iorm it wlli take." Mrs. 'FftttbTB
quoted ner Husband as saying.
7? Lee HarvllP'Shairman tlftri
Chamber' of Commerce athletic
authorized 'to make arrange
ments ror recognition" of Pace's
acmevement but that he defined
this as "obtaining a suitable
watch or plaque," not arranging
ior a civic reception,
?We'd like to recognlze-Mmp as
in All-America .football player
and we will recognize him, but
all the chamber has authorized
me to do is to appoint a commit
tee to arrange for an appropri appropriate
ate appropriate tokens Harvill said.
Wilson ,; Matthews, coach i of
Central Hieh's football team
which. Pace- said would be invit-i
ed to the banquet, said he knew I
nothing about any such arrange
ments,

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SERVICES
S-mlnuta car- wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing af
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near1 Sears, r
Janitorial SERVICE, for tha
cleaning of private homes,' of
ficos, public buildings, churches,
honfe apartments.-Rug shampoo shampoo-ing
ing shampoo-ing and general upholstery right
on the spot. Calf Moderns. S. A.
Tel., 2-4782. Patio KODAK No.
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especially for Christmas. Call
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7846, 3-7846, for lawn mowning, prun pruning
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BudgetfSurplus
Off
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WASmNGTON1, Dec. U-(UP)-The
Treasuryt said in a final re report
port report .yesterday -that the federal
budget surplus,, for fiscal 1957 was
nearly 49. million dollars less than
previously estimated.
xne excess of revenue over ex expenditures
penditures expenditures from July 1, 1956, to
June 30. 1957." Hwas Sl.595.571.550.
This is earmarlfled for reduction of
the-national debt. Last July 19 the
treasury estimated the surplus at
$1,644,549,367. r
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Crisis; Shoppers Stay Home

NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (UP) New York City," .heavily crippled by a three-day-old subway strike, faced a new
transport crisis today in the threatened breakdown of city bus operations.
1 The first incident of underground violence was reported in Brooklyn arly today. A two-foot length of pipe
"was hurled at the motormen's cab of a BMT train as it passed through an open cut on the Canarsia line, transit
polio reported.
The .pipe broke a window, missed the motorjpan and struck a passenger, on the elbow. He refused medical
treatment.
A Transit Authority spokesman said 600 bus maintenance workers were off the job in sympathy with 2600

striking subway motormen.
Buses were fueled to last through the morning rush
fjjt estim&ed the normal breakdown rate would lay up
f the shop workers get back on the job.

' There was no sign of a break,
meanwhile, in the strike begun
Mnndav morning bv the small
Motormen's Benevolent Associa Association
tion Association to protest its domination by
the giant Transport Workers Un Un-lofl'.
lofl'. Un-lofl'. '
Six other small subway unions,
'one of which also includes the
'bus maintenance workers, have
joined the walkout.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
84 hours ending a.m. today.
y prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro graphic
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
. High :.
Low .' ;.,
HUMIDITY:
8ft
82
74
91
77
N-27
.20
71
94
60
High
Low
WIND:
(mat. mph) NW-17
RAJfN (inches) T
WXTER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80
81
THURSDAY, DEC. 12
High
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Low
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1:20 p.m.
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PRICES: .75 .40
3:10 4:45 6:50 9:00 p.m
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The 50 to '60 Der cent shutdown

of subwav service snarled the
citv in a fantastic traffic lam
reaching miles into the commut
ing suburbs.
Normal commerce has been
crippledbv the absence of an es-
uiiiBieu iu per wn ui iuc uij j
business force. A survey showed
department store losses of more
than two million dollars a day in
the Christmas Shopping week
which should have been one of
the year's biggest.
The motormen's acting strike
leader, secretary-treasurer Frank
Zelano, was ordered to appear in
State Supreme Court today to
show cause why he should not
be Jailed for contempt of court
in continuing the strike in face
of a court inl unction. He has.al-
ready designated a substitute
strike leader. Joseph Carlin. an
MBA shop steward.
The union s president, Tneo
dore Loos, and three other offi officers
cers officers were jailed one hour before
the strike began on suspended
10-day contempt sentences given
them as a result or a scnice
threat a year ago.
The city has fired some, atrik atrik-ine
ine atrik-ine motormen in an effort to end
the transit turmoil created by
the subway walkout branded il illegal
legal illegal by the courts and Mayor
Robert F. Wagner.
The motormen, whose strike
climaxed a battle for collective
bargaining rights, clamped a
stranglehold on the 200-mile
subway system, the country's
largest municipally owned trans
portation network.
The Transit Authority decided
vesterdav to fire strikers who
had been due at work at 3 p.m.
They will be replaced with per
sons who have passed civn serw
ice. tests and are awaiting mo motormen's
tormen's motormen's appointments.
Officials hoped that by firing
men on this shift, the rest of the
strikers would be persuaded to
return to worit rather than face
a similar crackdown.
Wagner and Gov. Averell Har
riman issued public appeals to
the strikers to go back to worK
and end what he termed an ille illegal
gal illegal walkout that is jeopardizing
the city's economy and the strik strikers'
ers' strikers' own income and security.
Six major underground arter arteries
ies arteries linking Manhattan with
Brooklyn. Queens and the Bronx
were shut down completely.
Seven were" limited to one train
an nour. Fourteen ran trains
every 30 minutes. Only 13 were
running almost on time.
Every train that was operat
ing traveled with a policeman
standing guard by the motor-
man. The Transit Autnority ran
short of its own policemen to as
sign to the job and drew on the
citv police force lor reinjorce-
ments.
An 1800-man force of traffic
DOlicemen. twice the usual num
ber, also was ordered to duty to
try to unsnarl the traffic jams
that developed throughout the
city.
Fewer than naif the usual
number of trains that, run dur during
ing during the morning rush hour pe period
riod period from 7 to 9 a.m. were in
service. They were Jammed tight
with passengers, some of whom
thronged to subway station as
early as 6 a.m.
Auto traffic from Long island.
New Jersey and the Bronx Grept
bumper-to-bumper into Manhat
tan. Authorities appealed to the
public to try to use subways only
Cam boa Swimming
Pool Closed
For Cleaning
The Ganboa Swimming Poo'
will be closed to the public ali
day today .or cleaning, it ha
been announced bv the Division
of Schools.
The pool will be reopened to
morrow and will continue to o
Derate on its regular schedule.
THE MUSIC BOX

HE IS WITHOUT A DOUST TUC MEANEST

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hour only, he said. Even if re-gassing can be accomplished,
between five and 10 per cent of the bus fleet a day until

t if it was absolutely essential to
do so. Every available bus was
thrown into service,
The Long Island Railroad and
the New York Central Railroad
added special cars to short haul
commuter trains to pick up
stranded New York City dwellers
in Queens and the Bronx.
"This is a real roueh sltua
tion," an official said. ''It's like
trying to put Lake Michigan into
Even Police Commissioner
Stephen P. Kennedy was hard
pressed in efforts to get through
traffic. He finally was forced to
abandon his car near the Tribor
ough Bridge and travel to Man
hattan down the East River by
police boat to keep a date with
the mayor.
A musician who had a date to
play in New Jersey tried to cram
not only himself but a tuba onto
an already jammed subway train
in Brooklyn. Neither got on the
train.
A few persons used ingenuity
to get to work when they dis
covered traffic backed up 1 as
much as three miles on the Long
Island side of the tunnel under
the East River to Manhattan.
They took the ferryboat from
Brooklyn to Staten Island and
then traveled on another ferry
to the foot of Manhattan.
The Commerce and Industry
Association reported considera considerable
ble considerable absenteeism among workers
in various businesses and indus industries.
tries. industries. Department stores reported
deep inroads into the Christmas
buving rush and said The busi
ness thev lost could never be
made up.
Stores, theaters and business
es reported they had been hit by
the strike.
A number of large employers
set up private bus service for
their workers for the duration of
the strike. But the chartered
buses got lammed in traffic
long with autos, taxis, trucks
and nublicl operated buses.
Airline departures were delay delayed
ed delayed up to an hour because air
Dassenger buses were stuck in
traffic en route to the airports.
A SDOtcheck of large New York
hotels showed that those with
moderate rates were getting a
surge of reservations from com commuters
muters commuters who decided to stay in
town overnight rather than
fight the rush hour crush to get
home.
Members of the Motormen's
Benevolent Association went on
strike at 5 a.m. yesterday to en
force demands for recognition of
their union as bargaining agent
for the more than 3000 motor motor-men
men motor-men employed on the subways.
Six smaller independent un
ions also voted to join in tne
strike,- but the two principal
Cyprus Cops Charge
Slone Throwers
n Kyrenia Ricl'ng
NICOSIA, Dec. ll-(UP)-Riot
police today baton-charged stone stone-throwing
throwing stone-throwing students demonstrating at
Kyrenia in support of CreCce's
claim-to the island now before the
United Nations.
It was thethird straight day of
anti-British riots which started last
Sunday on the eve of the U.N. de debate.
bate. debate. The outbreak started when the
students stoned a police patrol. The
students were dispersed by :jie
baton charge and 15 were arrested.
Meanwhile, in Nicosia, the cur cur-'ew
'ew cur-'ew imposed after yesterday's ri rioting
oting rioting was lifted this morning, but
British troops maintained guard in

he no-man's-land separating the; All others will receive paychecks;
"reek and Turkish sectors of the ion normal pavdavs which fall on1

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A Christmas Story

iMCAKhWiLcHTf LETS CAU.OM OPCPUgSE!
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ones, the signalmen and tower

men, reported for work this
morning.
The craft unions are opposed
to a system-wide bargaining
election (or the 39,000-employe
transit system ordered for Dec.
16. They feel the AFL-CIO
Transport Workers Union Is
bound to win and thev charge
mat tne 'itvu puts the cause oi
the crafts at the bottom of the
list.
Report On Dilweg's
Visit To fie Made
Al UKA Meeting
J.! Winter Collins, president,
United States Citizens' Assn
nounced today that a general
membership meeting of the Asso Association
ciation Association has been called for Sun
day, Dec. 15, at 4 p.m., in the
Diablo Service Center, second
floor.
Members of the organization are
urgently requested to be present
at this general session in 'which
they will have the privileges of
the floor and a vote. In addition,
complete representation by dele
gates and alternate delegates is
expected. I
Discussion and action will be
taken on the- financial budget for
the next six months. On the a-
genda also is a resume of the
status of legislation effecting the
Canal Zone and its employes. A
report will be made to the mem
bership of the visit of La Vera, R
Dilweg, Washington represents
tive. An open discussion of re
cent Congressional hearings and
other items of general concern
will be of interest to all members
and those desiring to become af
filiated with the Association.
"All memhers and delegates of
the Atlantic Sector are urged to
attend. Their presence and assist
ance at this session will be high
ly appreciated by officers of the
Association.
Admission is by membership
card, but for the convenience of
those desiring to join or re new
memoership, cards may be -pur
chased at the door.
Pier Employe Tried
For Petit Larceny
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
today, a pier employe of the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's Terminals Division was tried
for petit 'arceny involving 66
cents worth of merchandise which
was part of a shipment in the
terminal s custody.
The merchandise consisted of
two bars of Zest soap value at
17 cents each, and a .jar of Men
tholatum valued at 32 cents.
ine aeienaant in tne case was
Juan Antonio Sanchez, 32, Pasa-
manian, who wag represented by
attorney uavw ponies.
After hearing the testimony,
Judge John E. Demmg took the
case under advisement until this
afternoon. Bail of $25 was fixed
for Sanchez.
All PC Employes
Will Be Paid
Before Christmas
Everyone In the Canal organi organization
zation organization will he paid before Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Day, which this year falls
on Wednesday, the Payroll Branch
has announced.
Arrangements have been made
to dtliver all paychecks on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for those units which- nor
mally are paid on Wednesday,
Monday and Tuesday. '

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ouiiamg lor ww a jr i avi..iC1 duu.u, Mmiunig ia ucu.g rcmoaeiea wtn aluminum windows on all sldes accoustiiial
drop ceilings, fluorescent lighting and the construction of a n ew waiting shelter and covered passageway between tha mam
building and the annex.

WE PULSE
OF PANAMA
THE IMPORTATION of '60,000
pounds of prime beef from New
Zealand bv tne u.o. Army wuu wuu-bean
bean wuu-bean brought a formal protest
yesterday from the Panama For-
1; a '!
1 a statement from the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office said the purchase
tvas a new violation of the
spirit and letter of agreements
between Panama and the Unit
ed States -and if continued
could 'bring about fatal conse consequences"
quences" consequences" for Panamanians
The protest was filed, with the.
U.S. Embassy here, dui. accru accruing
ing accruing to' United Press up to noon
today VS. officials in. Washing Washington
ton Washington had no knowledge of the
Panama protest.
2
Evidence of the failing health
of Justice Jose. Maria vasquez
Diaz was seen yesterday by the
scores of spectators wno witness witnessed
ed witnessed the signing of the order to re-
ntp tho conviction of former
President Jose Ramon Guizado
Vasquez Diaz, whose name was
kmentioned prominently by tne
defense in the trial of Kupen u.
Miro, is said to have suffered a
stroke. '
Persons who sa.w him yester yesterday
day yesterday said he spoke incoherently,
moved laboriously ana naa au-
ficnit.v in coordinating tne muve
ments of his body and limbs.
Another murder trial Is re
oortedlv scheduled for next week
in Panama City.
The defendant) are Ameri American
can American soldier Harold F. -Rose,
who is accused of being re responsible
sponsible responsible for the death of lit little
tle little Eduar do Castillo, and Blcm Blcm-ca
ca Blcm-ca Maria k Castillo, the boy's
mother, who will stand ttial as
an accessory. i i-Rose
Rose i-Rose married the boy's moth
er in civil ceremony while in jail
awaiting .trial.
Trial Judge win be Justice Pe
dro Fernandez Parilla. with Dis
trict Attorney -Francisco. Alvara-J
do Jr. as prosecutor and Jose M
Faundes and Demostenes Vargas
as defense lawyers.
By WALT SCOTT

THAT NkSHT. TMRC CAROLERS
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Guizado Enjoying Freedom, Says He Harbors
No Rancor; In Jail Wrote Book; On 'Infamy'

Former President Jose Ramon
Guizado was enjoying his freedom
today alter almost J5 months in
the Carcel Modelo.
The sentence imposed "on Guiza
ao Dy tne national Assembly in
March, 1955, was rescinded yester
day by the Supreme Court at the
request of Atty. Gen. Hermoge
nes de la Rosa, who argued that
the sentence was contradictory m
the light of the acquittal of the
man who had been charged with
committing the crime to which
Guizado was said to have been
an accessory,
Da la Rosa's contentions wtr
upheld by the Suprema Court
which acted swiftly and order order-ad
ad order-ad Guizado released within sav
en hours after the attorney
general presented his petition, j
Guizado's 'first words after
his release from prison were that
he harbored no hate or i rancor
for those who had unjustly jailed
mm on trumped up charges.
Kegardina Ruben O. Miro. had
implicated Guizado in ,aT confes
sion which he later retracted.
Guizado said Miro was only the
instrument of "very powerful in interests"
terests" interests" which induced him to
implicate and inncfent man.
Last Friday, Miro and six oth
ers were found hot guilty of charg-
Little League
Girls 16, Boys 9
Sixteen girls and nine boys
were Dorn at uorgas lioital
during the week: endinsr at mid
night Monday, according to the
regular Jtioppitaij report. During
the same period, 220 patients
were aamutea ana zuq were dls
cnargea.
- The names and addresses of
the parents of the girl babies
lonow: Mr.- ana Mrs. M. J. Faw
cett, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. iw. H. Kemp, of Curundu
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Long, of Gam-
boa; Mr. and Mrs. John Francis,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. C Holnefs. oL Panama Ci
ty; Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Rosales
of Buenos. Aires:-Sfc. and Mrs. J
P. Hendricks, of Quarry Heights:
Mr. ana Mrs. J. jpaige, or cocoU:
Mr. and Mrs, Walter, Stirling, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. Kun
Chen, of Panama City; Spa and
Mrs. a. B. Greene, of Gamboa;
Cpl. -and.Mrs. ,T. N. McGee, -of
Gamboa; Mr. and ? Mrs. C. V.
Greene., of Panama City: Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Welsh, of Gam
boa;- Mr, and Mrs. R- O. Horne, of
Cocoli; and SSgt and -Mrs, R.
W. Morrow, of Rousseau.
Boys were born to the follow
ing: Sp2 and Mrs. D. u Smith,
Of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Alas, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs..L. S. Morrison, of Panama
City: Tsgt. ana Mrs. r. a. bu
kowski. of Panama City: Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Roth-Roffy. of Balboa
Sgt. and Mrs. I. RSanchex, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mr, j. c.
Quintana,-of Arraljan; Dr. and
Mrs. E. J. Tanquist, of Balboa;

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es of having killed and plotted to
kill President Jose A. Remon
and others at the Jaun Franco
racetrack on Jan. 2, 1955.
The not-Builty verdicts handed
down by the jury brought Ui Ui-mediatem
mediatem Ui-mediatem eves ti fne Guiiedo.
Yesterday, while the Supreme
court studied the, petition submit
ted by the attorney general,? Gui Guizado's
zado's Guizado's lawyer, Felipe J. Escorbar,
presented a similar petition- to
the National Assembly requesting
a revision of the case and the re release
lease release of the former President.
However, the' Assembly: dallied
until there twasC some indication
as to what the Supreme Court
would decide; and when the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon session was finally-called,
and, Escobar's petition was read,
the solons rejected the request
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for a review of the case on the
grounds that it was a matter
whtch the Supreme Court was
embowered lo hani. --
There wa n' discussion
the -request for: o Guizado's m
lease, because" word came be.
fere it could take place t h a t
the high court had revekeff
the conviction eOhit f e r m er
President. j ;
Guizado: revealerP that h had
Written two books during his stay
in au .;-jnan m the cosmos and
"History of the World's Greatest,
Infamy," whieh 'is rWhat Guizadot
has rallprt tho pharcca ui h i h
brought his conviction,.
He said would dedicate a few
days to his family and friends
before deciding whether1 he would
return to politics. ,.,
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and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. CRorke,
of Curundu s- (