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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1957
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1 f A FUND of $60,000 collected a
r!wrd for inforfaation leading
to the aolviUon of the assassination
of President Jose A; Remon will
,be returned to the donors .Monday,
minus $S,400.!'- in.-- ;
. The ciVic committee, headed py
Fire Chief Haul Arango, made the
announcement, yesterday, with the
lexplanation that $5000 wa spent
tin legal fees in a' suit filed against
'the committee by our persons -who
'had divided the $50,000 reward of-
Another$223 went for accounting
fees and $175for the i printing and
n be picWd up Monday by the
'donors at the Banca NacionaL
The possibility of the National
, Patriotic Coalitioi (CPN) ajid
the- National Liberal Party, arriv arriv-'
' arriv-' ing at an agreement en a single
! presidential candidate for ; the.
I960 election! bat been advance
ed by former opposition preslr,
I dential candidate Victor, F, Goy
j tier. i;.;!,;:i,?''vf J
' Possible, candidates mentioned
by Goytia are ex-President Daniel
iChanis (Liberal) and Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Aauilino Boyd CPN) who
bolted the Liberal Party in the 1952
elections.. , ,-
- Rumors that' president Ernesto
1p la Gnardia Jr. and his Vice
- Presidents were going to step down
in favor of either of two. of JiiS
nrexent cabinet Jofficers were de
nied today by both, the Minister of
Govt, and Justice ano; tne oretgn
HiTinit.r. . ; ., .i,...-
According to the reportf jeither
. the Finance Minister or the For-
' eign Minister was to take over
from President de 1$ Guarditt and
would call for new elections witn
. in four months. ,.
i-v .Fnrpi en .Minister Bovd Was quot
C i H bv La Hora as- saying the report
?T,. was o ridiculous .that it Was-.joot
Cristobal High School, which fig figured
ured figured prominently in the mews,, this
week.'will be used as another high
school for the province of Colon
when it i turned over Ao, Panama
on "the -Slst of May, 1958,", one
newspaper reported, today.
1 The government will close out
the year with' a deficit of approxi approximately
mately approximately $1,000,000, Comptroller
General Roberto Heurtematte an announced
nounced announced yesterday. .,,
The .1958 budget now being stud studied
ied studied by the National Assembly will
be about $55,800,000, Heurtematte
was. quoted as saying.
To Pe Discussed
At USCA Meetinq
! Proposed legislation affecting
I tile jrcviauia BLiai avis
.ployes will be one of the main
items on tne asrenaa or a Renet-
;ai meeting SCIicuuicQ lur mui" ein th Innr-h-
ocffif l-f problem has already been inves-
f IS fa for discussion at lXt
the meeting are, the future fi- a?.rngd1tlon which
financial budget of the assocla- ate r the crowded condit on. which
ition and a report on tb Coh- nFes .! Jffiini to
im-essional heartnes attended byrecent shift of population to
i&SCA Washington representatlye
Lavern R. Dilfeg,
ON THE BEACH
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Followiag two rest-. j.p.'.'
i fl doys with ft p( ,T :
I 7 Mixro DoTidsaa (, :. J1 1
' 5. ond kef parents on U ,M STTw P:
j J I k sir farm. Co I ,i f J
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j Hart Yard outside W t ,NT 1 &
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Commissary Clerks Manners
Representatives of the
hav' complained to Supplyand ;EmplCye Service Director
I. A- Ferguson that some
iclerks disDlav an indifferent
wards customers. The complaints came at this week's
Commissary Forum' r
Ferguson told the representative as he h&d told US US-Rate
Rate US-Rate representatives earlier, that a concerted effort" is be being
ing being made- to improve .serviced with aii; inrservlce training
program - t 1 ' ''
He alsc promisecj to") consider extending the recently recently-adopted
adopted recently-adopted deferred r payment plan to Local-Rate commis-
i The Commissary Forum was
well attended with several men
and women representatives trom
each of the four principal i,aun
Th meetine was devoted chief
ly to round-table 'discussion, of
problems faced by" the commis
sar: ymanagement ana cusi-ui-ers
The1 meeting, rheld in the
Board Room of the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building. lasted for r almost
three hours and the general con consensus
sensus consensus was that it. was one of the
most successful yet held.,,.,: :
.Ferguson announced plans for
improved '-stock controls after
representatives of several com-:
tnimltipe -ir p. nort'e d recurring
shortages in various stock -items',
"Wer xpect to come up wun
hotter cvst.pm Krt t.hat a least ba
sic Item will be. available at all
times," he said. it
, in opening ifte jorum, wgu-.
rum tnis niunia wa ,9M.eituctt
somewhat as a "get acquainted"
won nwi nit bis ooenlnflr state
ment and a general invitation to
thp croun to voice" anv sugges
tions they- might 'have to offer;
he brieily reviewea suDjecis ma ma-cussed
cussed ma-cussed at the 'previous forums
and what actions had been tak
en on eacn. -
a rpnTipst. ,wa voicea eany an
fbp mftftttha t.hat'the santa Cruz
Service Center oe openea. a o.ou
nvinp.ir in ,th momine instead
of the present opening hour of 6
o'clock. It was agreed to; adopt
thft earlier ooemna nour on a
month's trial and an announce
ment will be made later as to xne
date of 4ts adoption.
Santa Cruz representatives re
ported frequent shortages of ke
rosene Stove- pans, ana iu u
general discussion which follow followed,
ed, followed, it developed that representa representatives
tives representatives of other Communities had
They, were promised that this
matter would be.' promptly aa
justed. '."iS; ':( "" 'y,'''
In this connection, considera.
hio riiscMsaion was held concern.
iriflf imtirovements in the aales
facilities of kerosene, and salad
oils at all stores: ;
Rainbow City residents asea
voiced bv ParalsO residents, Fer
guson: stated that: the lack of
space Is hampering bperations at
most of ; the. commissaries and
service v centers. He explained
that such Improvements require
advance planning and approval
before they can be undertaken. ;
Other requests or suggestions
discussed at the meeting includ included:'
ed:' included:' A request that pre-packaged
meats and other such items have
the weight unit price, and total
price shown on price tags; tne
addition of phonograph1 records
and other soecialtv items for
sale at the Rainbow CKy Service.
.Center; a butcher assigned at
CZ's Local-Rate communities
Panama Canaf commissary
or antagonistic attitude to-
Paralso Commissary; and the re
placement of a cooler for the
sale of soft drinks in the Rain
bow Citv Commissary ..
When Ferguson asked the rep representatives
resentatives representatives what type of forums
they wanted In the future, it was
voted to hold meetings quarterly
witn two eacn year bemer devot
ed principally to discussions or
commissary operations from the
customer viewpoint, and the Oth
er two each year to be devoted
1 omtly to ; presentation of new,
lines of mercnanaise ana round
table, discussions. s.
Representatives of the Supply
and Employe Service Bureau at attending
tending attending this week's forum were
R. O. Theriault, assistant to the
director; R. L. Sullivan, general
manager or tne supply Division;
and MLa Marv.Orr.Jsecretarv.
representatives from tne van-
Councif' members ere J
' PARAISO! Thomas SawvetS.
Alfonso Alexis, Ellis Fawcett, Cy
ril Atneriey, Mrs. Mildred Saw.
yers. Mrs. Ruth Smith, and Mrs.
inez McKenzie. :
LA BOCA-PEDRO ) MIGUEL
Mrs. Joseph B- Soley, Mrs. Maud
Powell, Mrs. Clarissa Flemroings,
Mrs. wiineimina Layne; Mm ai-
S. Walrond, and C. G. Callender.
SANTA CRUZ: Gordon Small
Elisha Bennett, Harold Spencer,
jose French, miss violet Henry
Mrs; Etelca Inniss, Mrs. Beulah
Small. Mrs. Ometa Millet, Mrs.
Ruby. Wilson, Mrs. Marcela 'Holt
ness, and Mrs. Leonora Prince.
RAINBOW CITY: Mrs; Doro
thy Whitei Mrs. Rita Anderson.
Mrs; ivy ciarK., Kenneth weeRs,
Holden L. Cockburn. Stanley
Spence. Astor t Lewis. Jefferson
Joseph, and Keith Bowed.
More Asiatic Flu
For Use By Army
The second shipment of Asia.
tic flu vaccine arrived in the Ca
nal Zone last week and was dis.
tributed to all Army dispensaries
lit the Panama area.
The shipment arrived some somewhat
what somewhat earlier than the Dec. 15
date announced previously. The
first batch was unloaded on Dec.
5 and the second on Dec. A, US-
ARCARIB medical officials said
Branch dispensaries began giv
ing shots to military personnel
last .weekly It was expected -to
take about 10 days to inoculate
all men and this should be com
pleted early next week.-
Dependents were also remind reminded
ed reminded of their second shots. These
may be received as soon as mili
tary personnel have had theirs.
In addition, any deoendents who
have not received their first shot
may still do so According to
Surgeon's Office, approximately
20 per cent have received
Sealed orders avoired Tovers. Tke draft opera opera-tKMi
tKMi opera-tKMi order directed rhe USS SCOtriON to meta
on Htipecfioii tour of Hie vest coast of nie U.S.
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A physical Inventory of -. all
household frequency sensitive, e-
lectrical equipment covered hv
the Canal Zone Pacific ..area con conversion
version conversion contract will be started
Monday by representatives of the
Consolidated International E 1 e c-
tric Co.j contractor for this work.
The purpose of this inventory
is to bring lists prepared by the
Panama Canal Co. up to date in
preparation for ordering conver conversion
sion conversion parts or replacements equip equipment
ment equipment by the contractor, ; r
The inventory will begin Mon
day on Ancon Boulevard near
the Administration Building and
will progress into the Ancon A A-rea.
rea. A-rea. Later announcements will be
made "on the areas to be check'
ed by 5 the contractors' represen representatives.
tatives. representatives. ;
The complete inventory is ex expected
pected expected to take about six months,
inventories being made from two
to three months ahaed of conver conversion.
sion. conversion. The towns included in the
Pacific area conversion contract
are Ancon, Balboa, Balboa
Heights, Diablo HeightSi.Land Los
Rios. ; u f
i- Householders are beings request requested
ed requested to cooperate with the contrac contractor's
tor's contractor's representatives by pointing
out all equipment listed in ? the
Canal Company's Inventory and
any frequency sensitive equip
ment which may nave Been ac
quired since then.
-Lihi.i shftthj iinst" oppai'tv.
nfty toaild litems to the eonvet''
sion list." and the dav of the new
inventor) will be ; used as the
cut-off date. Actual conversion
work will take place about W to
90 days after the cut-off dat,
and announcements will be made
later for the various areas.
Employes of Consolidated Elec
tric will carry Identification cards
or letters, and : occupants of all
quarters ire being requrested to
cooperate fully "with property i i-dentified
dentified i-dentified 1 representatives so that
the inventory may be expedited.
COPENHAGEN. Dec. 14 (UP)
Convict Bjarne Simonsen, 27, who
escaped in only, a short nightshirt.
remained at large today, probably
wearing a good Samaritan's coat.
'Aman. returning from a party
gave Simonsen his coat oecause,
he said, he-thought the fugitive
was '"just a little bit intoxicated
as I was myself."
Army Gets Five New Houses in Fort Amador
As Replacement For Old Los Rios Quarters
Five sets of new one family
masonry houses at Fort Amador
are to be formally transferred to
the Army Tuesday afternoon at
a brief ceremony at which .Gov .Governor
ernor .Governor W. E. Potter will present
keys to the new buildings to Maj.
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, Com Commanding
manding Commanding General, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean..
ribbean.. Caribbean.. :-'
The five houses, located on a
knoll nearjhe Fort Amador Offi Officers
cers Officers Open Mess, were built by
the Panama Canal Company as
replacement, for a group of quar
ters transferred to tne company company-Governmentwith
Governmentwith company-Governmentwith the Los Rios
townsite in 1953. As a part of
that transfer agreement, the Ca
nal Company undertook to re-
olace the masonry quarters of
he Army at Corozal located in
the land area returned to the Ca
nal for the Los Rios "Townsite.
Since that time permanent type
tha Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute
Smwmoned ts tie NowT Deoartmeat th
ranted by Itaisea efticer rater Hoinos. Commarxier Tewers keard ftie
it mmml aiMaber m .'Hat oa'd ketrtf know wfcat tkis is aJroboat."
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SMILING as they finish counting the ballots at the Balboa
Service Center today are Dan Rudge and Ellen Shirer.. Mrs.
Lucille Flenniken was the third
tabulate results of the elections for new officers of Lodge 14
for the coming year,
Lovelady Reelected To Head AFGE;
Taylor, Egolf, and Genis Are Vls
Ruf us M. Loveladv was elected
president of Lodge 14 of the A-
mencan feaerawon oi uovern uovern-ment
ment uovern-ment Emnlaves todav marking
his llth consecutive year In that
Lovelady polled186 votes out
of a -total of. 189 ballots whicn
wftre' counted- today, "making iti
:. rjniam Taylor was elected 1st
vice-president with 173 votes in
his favor, and Herry Egolf won
the DOsitioA of 2nd vice-presi
dent over Herschel Ganoy.
Competing, for the position of
3rd vice-president was Clement
Genfs who emerged as victor
over-J. C. Wallace.
Other officers elected today
were A. Nagy as secretary-
trep surer. Glenn' Burdick, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Robert D D-.eny
.eny D-.eny as guide,
' Out of 13 candidates listed on
the ballot' for trustees, the fol following
lowing following seven were chosen:
H. D. Raymond, 155 votes;
Margaret Brenneman, 112:
Dave Kelleher, 112;
Jack DeGrummond, 143;
Edward G. Colye, 104;
B. J. Hackett, 100;
Daile Keigley, 97.
Installation of new officers
will take place on Dec. 18.
Canal quarters in IBlaboa have
been reserved for Army personnel
occupancy until the' replacement
quarters were built under condi conditions
tions conditions mutually agreed upon by
the Army and Canal administra administrations.
tions. administrations. : ii
The transfer ceremony is to
be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Among those atending the
ceremony from the Canal organi organization
zation organization will be Lt. Gov. Hugh M.
Arnold, and Lt. Col. Robert ;D.
Brown, Jr., engineering and Con
struction director; from the Ar Army,
my, Army, Col. Raymond L. Hill USAR USAR-CAR1B
CAR1B USAR-CAR1B Engineer, and Col. t,3. D.
Coney, Fort Amador Post Com-,
Also present' will be a repre
sentative of Isthmian Construc Constructors,
tors, Constructors, Inc., the contracting firm
which built the quarter under
Canal contract ; 1
All five houses are of the same
member qf AFGE who helped-''
lo US Armed Forces
President Elsenhower se
Christmas message to members 'of
the' Armed Forces' today, pledg
ing anew' to work "unceasingly
for a; Just Slid enduring peace,
; The President Said:
!Many of you are far .from
home, but you are never beyond
the reach of our hearts and
minds," At this, time of yeai1 we
are especially mindf ul of our
gratitude for the vigilance of
those who stand watch upon the
ramparts' of America.
"Because of your service, your
fellow; citizens celebrate the joys
of the Christmas season in the
warmth and security of their
And for our part, strengthened
by the support of goodwill, we at
home reaffirm tq you our pledge
to work unceasing'y foe an endur
ing peace witn justice among na nations.
tions. nations. "Mrs. Eisenhower- joins me in
sending you our personal best
wishes for Christmas and the
type, being three-bedroom, o i f-the-ground
cottages. Several inno innovations
vations innovations have been adopted in
their design. Notable among these
is the use, for the first time in
quarters in the Canal, Zone, of
floor-to-ceiling glass fronts on the
fview. sida' of the houses. These
fronts consist of lass jalousies.
AH of the houses are oriented
to the view,, with three facing
Panama City and the other two
facing the Island; of Taboga
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"WHITE HOUSE CONFEKENCE President Elsenhower (left) A Secretary of Stat John
Foster Dulles meet at the White House to study and possibly draft a rejection of Russia's
surprise move Jot new East-West peace U'ks, and to prepare lor Vx current NATO meet meeting
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Cold Wind Causes
Him To Wear Haf
PARIS, Dec. U (UP) President Eisenhower stepped
briskly off his plane today for the NATt) summit confer conference
ence conference and said he believed the Atlantic Pact nations would
meet the challenge of Russia "effectively" and "in unity."
The President's plane landed at Orly Field at 2:53
p.m. and-he comedown the
right on schedule. I
The President stood Jat attention while the United
States and the French national anthems were played and
then inspected the French guard of honor that met his
plane. ' .. f .'''''
French Premier Felix Gaillard greeted Eisenhower
with a formal welcoming address. V
The President then delivered a formal statement in''
a voice that was firm and clear.
The President-Baid he believed
the 15-membe NATO .nations were
meetine in-Pari to: analyze the
challenged Russia .and to meet it,
effectively. i i ,-'.
' "It is for us, together, de
termine whether men will tontin-
nty or -wnarntr my ymrm r
cam nri vassals of an all
powerful state," Else nhowtr
"We all know that fear alone has
neither the nower nor the nobility
to fulfill the ultimate destiny of tne
Atlantic community," he said.
In referring to the NATO meet
ine. he said:
'we Shan be striving not oniy to
strengthen the' NATO shield but
we shall also addressv ourselves to
other aspects of the alliance."
As a precaution against a strong
cold wind, the President kept h'
hat on while the two national an anthems
thems anthems were played.
All NATO allies now are pre.
nared to sanction the use of Amer
ican intermediate range missiles
for the defense of the NATO alli
anceinformed sources said today.
However, some of the smaller
nations, it was said, are still draw drawing
ing drawing a line between the use of mis missiles
siles missiles for the common defense and
the stationing of American mis missile
sile missile platforms on their soil.
The sourest said the NATO
summit conference now is ex ex-poctod
poctod ex-poctod to wind up with an over overall
all overall agreement on th inclusion of
rockets In the NATO defense
shield as soon as possible.
In the months following the con
ference, the United States will
negotiate with individual members
of the alliance on the establish-1
ment of the actual bases, the
sources said. ;
The United States reached
agreement in principles earlier
this week on the establishment
of four missile bases in Britain.
NATO nations which oppose such
bases on their territory will not be
pressed by the United States or bylix Faure (1895-99).
plane's gangplank at 3 p.m-;
NATO military leaders, the soure-
es said. :
Of the smaller nations, Denmark
and Norway almost certainly will
maintain their opposition to bases
for American-made and' operated
Fmupp biiK tnM ftie TInitfid Statpd
tioning of American gmaea mis
siles on her soil,,
France's conditional readiness
was made known after a lengthy5
meeting last night between Gail
lard, foreign minister Christian Pi-
neau and U.S. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles.'
The French price was believed
to include a demand for partick -pation
In tha- control of the
American missiles and' their nu ',,
clear' warheads and recognition
by the U.S. and Britain of her -own
West Germany has not com-
mitted herself so far. For political
reasons she wants to delay a dei
cision as lone as nossible.. But she4
has not rejected the idea.
Thanks to the shrewd business,
sense of a former American am
bassador, President Eisenhower
will be able to walk to work while
he is in Paris. t'
The President will be staying at
the official residence of the Amer
jean ambassador only a few.
yards from the Palais de Chaillob"
This is the headquarters of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -and
where the summit conference,
will take place.
The three-story mansion, was
purchased in 1921 by the then't i
American ambassador Myron T. :
Herrick, one of the most famous
envoys the United States has ever
sent to Paris.
He was ambassador front 1921 to
Herrick was as much a part of
local color as were the American
The residence, at 2 Avenue d
Iena, was ots i nrirt h"e'
of a former French president, Fe
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If vou contribute a latter don't ba Impatient If H doesn't appee tha
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Thie newspaper lurnnct no responsibility, for statements or epfnloni
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; THE MAIL BOX
t i.-,,. Mid with much interest thp article that Canal Zone Brat I
(Mail Box, Dec. 3) had the guts to put into print. First, I would like But
ff- him mu cvmnathv anri v him did his mother have anVchil-i count
;dren that lived? I pity this poor, unfortunate person who is so bunded
;by his own shortcomings that he is not able to see anything but hate
in anyone else.
Canal Zone Brat's mind is obviously so warped with bigotry and
hate that it is a good thing he only signed his pseudonym. That way
his friends who have helped to weaken the race of people he finds so
distasteful won't recognize him.
He and his kind have contributed to everything he finds So bad
and untrustworthy in these second-generation people. People don't
By VICTOR RIESEL
ATLANTIC CITY As the anti
climax reached its climax and the
Teamsters' delegation followed its
intellectual pied piper through
side door and out of the A1l,-;I0
organ music filled the hall with
"Anything Goes'.'.."On the Board
walk in Atlantic City."
Well, from now on anything
does go across the land. In a few
months there will be war inside
labor. Make no mistake about that.
The Tea; ster leaders who follow
ed Jim Hoffa's chief-of-staff. Ha
rold Gibbons, up the boardwalk
spent the next hour conferine with
"the man" and positively mapping
f.uns tor a new labor federation
to be launched as soon as Hoffa
is out of the federal trenches. That
won't be by Christmas.
. .l.i i ii i:i 1 I ry
normally steal, rney nave to iearn uiai irum ue vi uuiu uuc
Brat. People who have spent all their lives in semi-slavery -.aren't
lazy. This too is the result of their lowering their standards by being
forced to work for the likes of this Brat, and of letting their women womenfolk
folk womenfolk satisfy the lust of Bilbo-minded individuals like Canal Zone Brat.
As for white people taking orders from Panamanians of West In Indian
dian Indian descent, I have known many casejj4njvhich this, has occurred
on a harmonious plane. The averaaB?!outherner resentsvthii so much
that it is my opinion that Canal jjpne Brat could not have come into
being above the Mason uixorrxine.
As for abilities, I know that Canal Zone Brat, educated in his
small way, nuist realize chat the masters of all the mechanical trades
were black, men among them. King Solomon, "The Square Man"
I agree with Canal Zone Brat that w should have -segregated
schools and facilities. Personally I don't 'want to associate with the
; likes of him, and I don't wish my children to attend school with chil chil-dren
dren chil-dren as narrow-minded as his must be.
j I think some of the congressmen in the area would do well to
look around and talk to the small people of the Canal Zone, not just
'the heads of divisions and the post commanders. In this, way they
would learn a lot more of what they would like to know.
i Canal Zone Brat meanwhile should stay here. Nowhere else could
'he be so happy, except behind the Cotton Curtain in the USA.
GATE-CRASHERS AND MOOCHERS
This is the second letter I have written tojthe Mail Box during
''my two years duty in the Canal Zone. Since the first wasn't printed
Ha blast at the Panama American was the subject) I thought I would
try again. This second attempt was prompted by "Let's do something
about it's" letter. (Mail Box. Dec. 10) concerning the bingo players
and their manners, morals, etc.
Granted that, all iwnnlp resardlesi of nationality, are somewhat
Jgreedy and grasping, it is my considered opinion that morals, man manners,
ners, manners, etc. are not the case in point. The point to consider, and rem remedy,
edy, remedy, is the presence of multitudes of Panamanians in -the various
.clubs, commies, PX's and other U.S. Government-sponsored func func-tions.
tions. func-tions. Since I am a serviceman, I am not very familiar with the
clubs and functions of the Canal Zone Government, so I will speak
Jonlv from what I have observed in the military .clubs.
It would appear that Albrook AFB Officer! SClub is the official
r r ij i i i e r : r . i : r
Bile ior a cousiueraoie uumoer oi rauaiuaniau iuucuons m siaie, so social
cial social dubs, and the like. It is my understanding also that an officers
club is designated as such for commissioned officers of the U.S. mil
;;itary service and their guests. The club has regular dues paid by
'the members which is the primary source of the clubs operating
Judging by the number oi Panamanian taces seen in that ciud,
it is obvious that some members have a copious quantity of Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian guests or, yes, you guessed it, certain people there are
.the well-known "gate crashers." What, may 1 ask, is wrong with
; these illustrious Panamanian dignitaries holding their functions, par
ties and bingo in their own clubs the Panama Country Club, Union.
Club or even the fcl Hancho? Certainly the reason couldn't be duty-
tree liquor, no check-padding, ad infintum.
The same "taking over" process is in evidence at the Army-Navy
Club at Ft. Amador. It may be presumed from this that the same
nhing is happening at the NCO Clubs and PanCanal clubs. It should
,be obvious that those uninvited "moochers" are like a creeping par-
'alysis that will eventually take over unless the bonafide, dues-paying
'members put their feet on certain necks. The govarnment of Pana Panama
ma Panama and all Panamanians are the first to cry when they feel that
;their "rights" are being tampered with, Suppose we do the same to
the club officers of our clubs and put ao-immediate stop to this un unmitigated
mitigated unmitigated gall. 'iJViX. iti
It certainly would be interesting to sea what-size crowd would be
present at bingo at Ft. Amador if a check of club- cards were made
at the door! Boy, would there be some red (and embarrassed) faces.
How about it shall we do something? ;
To Each His Own
I ART, TRAVEL AND CAsIh
The tour people are getting smarter and smarter. They are
bringing within the reach of many of us certain trips that we have
wanted to take, but never before could afford. The recent trip to Bo Bogota,
gota, Bogota, and now the Christmas trip to Lima, are good examples. And
it all boils down to something like this: There's more monev to be
.made from 100 persons at $20 per person than from 25 persons at $50'
-per person. j
While we're on that subject, there might be a Word for local ar-
jbats along the same line. We have some mighty good local artists.
and our community rightly is proud of them. Aren't they hiding
heir lights under, a bushel to some extent, though by pricing their
.paintings so high that we ol moderate means just can't afford them?
At least some have numerous paintings stored awSy in studios
,pr aiucs; ana pernaps tney do not care, from a financial standpoint,
whether they sell them or not. From the artist's -SUndDoint how-
Hever, hadn't they rather have their community enjoying the fruits of
.weir lanor man i or it to be collecting mold and mildew, stored away?
If they agree with this thinking, Christmas time affords the ideal
(opportunity to make some of these paintings available.' ?
'h Many of us are hoping that art, as well as travel can pe brought
V: ;, Art Lever
THATCHER FERRY '-' ;
When are the terrible conditions of the Thatcher Femr taint ft,
fbe improved? The service is terrible. During the day you wait two
and three trips to get aboard, and really roast in the hot sun. In
the evening you are eaten up by sandflies and mosquitos. There is
i room for lots more ears on the ferry if therwere teaded. correctly. -f
The present placing of the cars is foolish. They let all the rickety
trucks and chivas off first and then all the passenger cars have to
: pass them on curves and hills. If they would unload the cars first
. this danger would be avoided.
Seems to me someone had better start using some common sense
; in the ferry department -.
j Still Weitinfl
under any circumstances
on the new federation for
1958. ihe new outlit will be a Team
sters Brotherhood with autonomous
departments. At first it will be
made up omy oi the outfits dump
fa Dy he ajtl-cio at this con
vention. This will give tne Team
sters i,7sou,uou members. Jim
Hoffa will be their president, un
less the federal government pro
vides him with a different official
residence. But the Teamsters ex
pect another 1,000,000 members to
be ousted from the AFL-CIO in
a year oi two. Within minutes af
ter the ouster of t heHoffa-ites,
tne one man shadow cabinet. Ha
rold Gibbons, rt ned it this way:
"Now George Meany can't stop
and the AFL-CIO cant' stop. It's
too late. There will have to be
other expulsion as the Senate
committee summons other union
leaders to the witness stand. The
explusions may not come until
the next convention, two years
from now, but theyl'l come now
that this precedent has been- set."
The Teamsters will be waiting
(or them, all set up in federated
As I think back to the gum
gnashing debate over expulsion,
I think it's fair to report that,
despite the oratory which must
have bruised considerable bridge-
work, there were some serious
threats by the Teamster spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen and their friends implying
that they might dig up some
business for the McClellan com committee.
mittee. committee. Teamster Secretary-Treasurer
Johnny English, who recent recently
ly recently told a federal official that he
had to go along with Jim Hoffa
or lose his sugary pension after
46 years as a union official, pitch
ed some real brimstone.
"...Let me tell you," he roared,'
'you'll cry before we do, and you
can take that -any way you want
to... The Teamsters-union will get
along, we won t forget our friends.
As far -s our enemies are concern-
aA 4hav tati all tfn atvai rfht 4a
CAa UI&J V"U aiA KV 0fc-A CI IrV'
"...We're on the chopping block
now, but who is going to follow
us? When you do, be judged by
what you do here today, and do
not come crying on our shoulders."
The departing Teamsters, who
saw no one checking back tears.
have other strategy. They have
allies, still in the AFL-CIO, with
important mutual ssistai.ee pacts.
The trucking union official spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, Einar Mohn, "the clean
Teamster," reminded the labor
leaders that such pacts were a a-round.
round. a-round. Few will be broken al although
though although the AFL-CIO constitution
says that they must be slashed.
In these ententes cordiale, the
teamsters are tied to unions with
over 3,000,000 jiembers. Obvious Obviously,
ly, Obviously, they can't all be' expelled for
working with the ousted. Teamsters.
There is only one answer to this,
many of the high command be
The AFL-CIO chiefs now have
no alternative but to launch a
new Teamsters Brotherhood ; of
thoir own, if Hoffa, beats, all the
federal raps. It seemed to me
that was what Meany meant by
"...we have got to free them (the
nations truck drivers) from
this dictatorship..." It seems to
me that is what the AFL-CIO Ap
peals Committee said when it
wrote for the conention't ;: ap approval:
proval: approval: t?
"We make this recommendation
(for expulsion V. R.) fully con confident
fident confident that, if it it accepted by
the convention, the Exec. Coun Council
cil Council will take all measures neces
sary or appropriate in connection
with this matter to safeguard the
interest of the workers in the in industry..."
dustry..." industry..." .. ,. ;'
This language has been used
before. It takes no semantic sci scientist
entist scientist to read it to mean that there
is only one way to safeguard he
workers in the trucking Industry.
Nor can the powerful leaders of
the all powerfull AFL-CIO permit
the precedent to be set which per permit
mit permit one man,' or even a combine,
to move jnillKMr of members out
every time an official is caught
taking money and is ousted from
the society of workingmen.
It Cdme U Cledr-rAnd Icy
., I, ,n, i. i nil. I in hm, T r.m ii i ". SV
1cili..iivlilf a r iiiVf hr a'i
Actress Kim Stanley tells inter
viewers that "The Goddess" film
is not about Marilyn Monroe,
which we said it was. .In the
first place, says Miss Stanley,
"Joan Copeland, Marilyn's sister?
in-law, is in it, so it is naroiy
likely that Joan would appear in
so-called expose of her broth
er s wife . .it isn t an expose
It's about MM. .Steve Alien's
parody of the "Tell the Truth"
panel program the other night
will long be remembered over at
our house. Crayzee, clever, com
ical. .Street- corner Santas are
thinner this season. One at Ma Madison
dison Madison and 54th sports an Ivy
League 4 buttoner mit Italian
shoes yet. .Jackie Gleason's
filmed programs (The Honeymoon Honeymoon-ers)
ers) Honeymoon-ers) are attracting better ratings
with the re-runs than when they
premiered. .The lowdown on
why Sinatra didn't want to do his
programs "live" but on film.
. .He had assigned the residual
rights to his children so they'd
have scads of annuities. . .Now
that's out. .The Sinatra-Bacall
"romance" is back to the "dear
friends'" plateau, i.
One of the ps ragraphers dis discussed
cussed discussed romances among (road
company) performers .and how a
train conductor always concluded
the" run with; "Jersey City!
Change sweethearts!". .In vau vaudeville
deville vaudeville we used to keep it down
to one line, to wit: "He loved
her, but the season closed". .
Amazing, isn't it? The Russians
are coming up with new wea weapons
pons weapons even faster than the juve juvenile
nile juvenile dellnpunks., .Some of our
experts think we will never catch
up. with Russia in the missile
race. .Oh, we!l. Some of them
never thawt the Russians would
catch up with us. .Overheard a a-bout
bout a-bout Desi and Lucy Arnaz's $6, $6,-150,000
150,000 $6,-150,000 purchase of both RKO
studios; "Everything they touch
turns to gold". ."Yes, talent is
a wonderful magic wand."
a special film
of Outer Space, a lecture pre
sented by' Wernher von Brauu to
the Armed Forces Staff College
about rockets, missiles and space
travel. It was fumed in 1955,
The two-year-old lilm closed with
an o.ficer saying, with uninten unintentional
tional unintentional foresight,' '. Well, gentlemen,
I think that time has run but on
us". .In the newspaper adverts
for the fine TV production of
"Annie Get Your Gun" the lads
who prepared the copy overlook overlooked
ed overlooked one minor detail: That. Irving
Berlin merely wrote the exciting
score. ."Dear Matilda" is the
title of an attractive miniature
book by Violette Saunders will il illustrations
lustrations illustrations by Dustry Negelesco.
Letters from a boy dawg to a
girl, da wg. .Darling gift, for chil children
dren children of all ages.
New York City has two people
turned Motnick in tha phone
book.. Joseph Mutnick dwells at
585 W. 204th and L. B. .Mutnick
at 91 Centr.l Park West. .Both
citizens took a lot of kidding
when the Russian muttnik hogged,
headlines. .When watching a'
dance team I always have the
suspicion that if the g.al makes a
mistake the goy holts he hel
outta her. .The royal maid for
Queen Elizabeth starts af $435
and goes up to $523 a yean Or
as much as a middle class A A-mericin
mericin A-mericin family i ys maid in
less than 3 months J trdm
Bontlsy's deft thesping, in "The
Tunnel of Love" with Tom E E-well)
well) E-well) is party-cakey. .. Harlem
ministers are concerned about the
trend to Voodoo worship catching
on witn tne aooiescom saps.
"The Conquest and when the
Interesting sight: -Null Cahd '-"'I
Sav There'lng" the Briddish 5eoru
tigent in Sahddles. .. .It happen-;
ed t the Viennese Lantern. The
dumb HoUywoodoll ; swept her
dazzling curves, through the front
door. .A producer nudged his
friend 'and quipped: "A fine time
to be caught without some stage
money I" "'M''"-,"-.
Lloyd Shearer's description of
D. O. Selinick: "He gives the
Imnniiiall that he 1 '"a man
The ether dav in Washington, who has stormed threugh'llfe
D.C., station WTOP-TV displayed demanding to see the manager;
mtal gar presents
hands him a
50-page memo announcing his ban
isoment to Elba". .Litia Piazza
(widow of popular Ben Piazza,
ex Hollywood studio giant) is
carte In pictures. In upcoming
"Winchell File'V".' ..Robert Q.
Lewis' alternate title for "The
Dark at the Top of the Stairs"
vThe last row in the balcony".
, .Charles Laughton's comeay in
tne movie, "Witness for the Pro
secution," is elegant. A terrific
picture. .Louis of France and
i-ouii (a now restaurant 1 1 48 E.
SJrd) got his apprenticeship in
rne cub Room. .Al Trace is
making a nation-wide tour plug
gmg the album, "Concert in the
Ky . .oood spot, across from
tha Belatco: Rancho Grande. j
naruear oo ar vns: The poor
suy wno nas to cie.n Ed Mur Mur-row's
row's Mur-row's ashtrays.
Glynis Johns, the. English movie
star, says she's no longer inter interested
ested interested in bping a star. "It is ot
a, pleasant way of earning a liv-
tni, k. .JJ.J i -.
6, oub auueu, ano rve nad
enough. I have not enjoyed heina
a star. It has made m i av.
hausted and unhappy. It was- at
least partly responsible for break breaking
ing breaking up my last marriage". .
Art- Carney a click in "The Rope
Dancers," started his career on
a weekly radiopus cal'ed "Report
to the Nation," in which he mim-
i Jhf v?icit ot "FDR- Church Churchill,
ill, Churchill, Hitler, et al. . '.Encouraging
note for childless women: Novel-
i ?aJP'aywright Peggy BarweU
just had her first baby. Mama is
only48.. .No wonder people get
-fat. In 24 hour they eajt 3V4 lbs.
of food. .The purchaser of a
car pays 206 different taxes. .
We hear Mike Todd netted a a-round
round a-round $90,000 on his Madison- Sq.
Garden Jioolee. .Don't invite
Gov. Faubug and WW to the
same party. .After we queried:
Is- actress Do'ores Dora Heft
secretly;" married to Franchot
Tone?." severs ames, we quot quoted"
ed" quoted" intimates as reporting "they
WASHINGTON Senator Bridi
es of New Ha mpshire, Repubr
lican ,policy chairman, has
forced Eisenhower io abandon his
plan to share our atomic secrets
with our nato ames.!.
Bridges warned Eisenhower- at
a recent breakfast that Ike's own
GOP. Senate leaders would oppose
any attempt to revise the Atom
ir F.nersv Act., ',i ?
Bridges said they did not trust
the Labor Party which might be
running the untisn governmeni
after the next election, u inis
happened, Aneurin Bevan would
probably become Foreign Secreta
ry, and Bridges oeciarea iiauy
Hn considered mevan more iriena-
ly to Russia than tbasUnltedl
States. '." -; ''
After, the Senator's warning, .the
administration decided not"- to
nrps for i change in the law,
Dulles sun intends to sw(Kpue
atomic missiles in Jfiurope ana
teach our allies bow to, ore mem.
But the actual atomic explosives
will h kent a so called Ameri
can f'secret." leven though Russia
is ahpad of hs in those secrets,
and evpn thoueh Eneland. Italy
and Israel either We. or W 1 1
have, their own atomic know-now.
BLOW-TOP 1 KMUW
Th British politely denied last
week' that they are ahead of us
in building atomic reactors t-.hut
it. was a diplomatic denial in
order to placate Atomic Energy
Chairman Lewis Strauss.
Earlier,1 Dr.. T. V. uunwonn,
Britain's, reactor research cmei,
tnld a nress conference tha, Brit
ish were, ahaed of America, This
But Strauss Diew, nis top aiier
reading Dunworth's statement and
demanded a denwi. inv.oraer w
soothe Striuss's ruffled feelings,
the British duTfully agreed to is
sue a Joint statement claiming
that both Britain and America
had made equal progress on; re
actor research, v ,''V
Note Strauss, the Kuhn-Lbeb
investment banker, is the man
who drove Dr. Robert Oppenhei Oppenhei-mer
mer Oppenhei-mer out of government
NEW FLOOD 3URST
ppnnvlvania's fierv Congress
man Dsn Flood stormed out : of
a secret House Appropriations
hearing the other day in the mid.
riio nf pmss-pramininff defense or
ficials about our ratellite-missile
laa r ,' ',..;y
Flood drew an admission irom
Ma4 ripri .Tnhn Dalev: the Ar
my's Special Weapons Chief, that
the Pentagon had ample advance
warning of Russia's missile pro-
8rEven after learning Russia had
successfully fired an intercontinen-
rai hall stc missile, uaiey admit
ted, the Defense Department cut
buck our own missiles production.
Twice, Chairman George Mahon
of Texas hinted that t;me was
running short and tiooa ougm xo
let someone else 8SK questions.
The second crack brought Flood
to his feet, his waxed .mustacne
"oh hell." h f stormed. mvYm
not really interested anywayi
without further comment ne
charged but of the hearing room.
After Flood's aDrupt aeoarture
Lieut, Gen. Clarence Irvine, the
Air Force Deputy Chief, claime
that interservice rivalry may- have
spurred, rather than hindered, our
missile program. ,; vv
"We wouldn't M maiung a
much nroeress on the Thor. and
the Army probably wouldn't be
as far along on the Juoiter if it
weren't for the rivalry," he de declared,
clared, declared, referring to the Army-Air
Force feud over medium range
Both Army and Air Fore
are not married". . Next day's
mail included two missives shout
ing: "Then why does she sign
checks Dolores Tonef"
lermeaiaie missues : neea more -testing.
Tbey admitted neither tha ':
I'hnr nhr Jurlitep had hpn frrad
intact, inougn au paru baa oeen
successfully tested separat Jj A
At one point, Mahon asked Ir-
vlnjt. fnr hir nrannal nninlnn' n
to whether the Defense Depart-
ment should scrap the Thor or
Jupiter or produce, both ot them,
"l can plainly- see," smiled Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, "that I should have retired
1 If ..
nine years ago.
Rear Adm. William. Raborn, the
wavys special rrojectg'- umcer, umcer,-gave
gave umcer,-gave an optimistic report on the
1200-mile Polaris which will be
carried by atomic sub. knd fired
from Under the ocean.
' Mahon noted that Raborn's
named sounded similar to that
"The ;Rayburn name," Mahon
remarked drily, "Is not unknown unknown-oh
oh unknown-oh Capitol. Hill." v
In the end, the Committee a-
g'reed that all three medium
range missiles are coming along
as fast as can he expected.
v. CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
MEN (INSIDE MISSILES-The
Alt Fore is studying the possibi possibility
lity possibility of putting pilots Inside-ballis
tic missiles. The pilots could
guide thu missile and aim the
warheads at. enemy targets with
greater accuracy,, Then they could
drop out of the missile in a pellet,-and
fall into the ocean at a
rendezvous point to be picked up
by a waiting sub. .. .Sounds fan
tastic but,; they are taJking; about
it. .Boththe Army and j,;Air
Force are also; studyinr the pos
sibility4 oi using missiles as car
go carriers to, aever supplies at
superscinic speeds to. pur .(tverseas
bases : '' ""'
NIXON CRASHES Vice Pres
ident Nixon is using his full in
fluence behind the scenes to pi't
the missile program on a crash
basis. He has offered to take full
charge of the program personal
ly.. Unless the United states
catches up with Russia's missile
lead by 1960, Nixon warned, the
Republicans will lose the White
BREAKING UP HURRICANES
Research into how to h-eak up
and divert hurricanes is going to
continue after all.,
The Air Fores, hard .hit" by
Budget Bureau economizing, had
chopped off the three airplanes
loaded with delicate electronic, e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment by' whiclj the Weather t
Bureau was studying how hurri hurricanes
canes hurricanes are formed.
It notified 4he V'eatber Bureau
that ii couldn't spare the neces necessary
sary necessary $750000. to continue sresearc.h,t
into the storms that do millions
of dollars worth of damage an annually
nually annually in the South, despite the
fact that National Harricane Re-F
search had made a good start to toward
ward toward getting the data needed tor.
After this column reported this
penny-pinching and pointed out
that the United States could win
a propaganada victory greater
than Sputniks' if we could con control
trol control hurricanes, the Air Force re relented.
Congressman Paul Rogers (D
Fla.) has nbw been advised by
Maj. Gen. Joe W. Keey that Air
Force planes will be kept flying
"The hurricane research proj
ect has been thoroughly reviewed
by the Department of Defense,"
Kelly wired Rogers. "Due to the
importance of hurricane research
to the nation, the Air Force will
continue to provide flight service
for an additional, year; that is,
through October 1958.
"The Department of Defense
will finance the out-of-pocket cost
for this flight service. If addition
al hurricane flight exploration is
required after that date, other
funding arrangements will be nec
essary. ', ; r ;
WOODSMAN, SPARE THAT POEM
The coconut trees that fall in Old Cristobal
Though lovely and fruitful for 50 years
Are till but weak today.
So lest they fell you or me. my dears,
Better the trees be laid away.
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INITIAL DEPOSIT $5lOC
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deposits are accepted thru a period
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Individual safety deposit boxes, fcr f ewe try and
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Sicily Soldiers Dig 29, Kids Alive
From Wind-Criimbled School; 11 Die
"GEE 'THANKS!"' Lt. Joseph R., Qayhart of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,-and
scoutmaster of Troop i, Fort KoDbe; welcom es young John Todd, age 14, as a newlv, en enrolled
rolled enrolled explorer scout. At left Js.t. Marvin L. Foster, advisor for Post 16. (U.S. Army Photo)
Troop U Holds
The boy scouts and explorer
scouts of Troop and Post 16, cel
ebrated this montn, n years ql
scouting with the annual father
arid son banquet. The troop was
originally chartered in December,
1946, at Fort Kobbe, and Post 16,
the explorer 'unit, was chartered
as a; separate unit in' Janury .o.
this year. ' '" ", !" -:S"
Highlighting the evening's' en en-irtainment
irtainment en-irtainment was magician Arturo
iSopez of Panama City. His feats
of m agic thoroughly mystified the
audience, -both young and old.
One youngster was, surprised to,
be the recipient of a mysterious mysteriously
ly mysteriously produced pigeon, which due to
its unusually large size and the
boy's" small size, a'most flew a
way with the scout. t ',
Not only did Fort Kobbe scout
ing celebrate a birthday, but, as
well, Scout John Todd entered
exploring this date, his 14th
birthday. Young Rodd received
from his troop the trappings
symbolic of exploring, presented
by his new.leader, Lt. Marvin L.
Foster, advisor of the post.
Extending congratulations to the
Troop and P t were thp .follow
ing guests: Russell M. Jones,
council presJde'ntj ,Lt. Colv Ralph
Er Rose, institutional 'representar
tive; Dan Daniels,, council 801's
new scout executive, and a. re recent
cent recent arrival to the Canal Zone.
Brando Won't Talk
About Private Ufe;
Anna Denies Split
' HOLLYWOOD. (UP) Marlon
Brando still wasn't talking to today
day today about reports that; he and
his 23-year-old bride-had part parted,
ed, parted, but she wasn't so reluctant.
The pretty Miss Anna Kashfi,
subject of a "is-she-or-isn't-
she-Indian" debate after 'sur
prise marriage to Brando in
October was quick to deny sep
aration reports. V '
"Marlon and I are not sepa
rated," she said. "I'm waiting to
have my baby in July. I can't
understand how such reports
- : "; V. i"
' PALERMO, Sicily, Deo. M-(UP)
n snaip Ov wiiiu jr.umoiea
. n rnminti kindcrcatea f'ool
In the nearby Altofonte yesterday,
DurV...2 40 .ulldre.:- ana tncir nun
teachers in the debris.
Italian artillcry-aeu on maneu-
vora nniirnv fluff iriDiiciiii
thrauah the Wreckage and found
nine children, U V .moincr superior
end another woman, aecn. mey
hr.meht out the oth:t. children a-
live, although some wtre Injured.
The old scnooj Duiung, wine"
had p new roof built only last
year, collapsed like a house of
s'.raw t. unusuauy suong gdit gdit-uinrfs
uinrfs gdit-uinrfs kup rit across the mountains
behind Palermo, capital of the
Island o Sicily off the toe of the
Italian boot in the Mediterranean.
Ths rnnf eavpd In.' plunging the
whole second sFory of the building
down os the screaming youngsters
and their six ; teachers. -Sister
OuiseDDina Giordino, 42
the kinderganten's principal, died
while uy-iS to shield some of her
young chat :es from the falling
debris. Eight tf the youngsters,
aged four to Six, .were crushed
to death along with a 13-year-old
"i v, as helping the nuns ir
the school. .. j
The other woman .vho died was
mf"-cr mhiV v f r:. to 'he
school' to take her child home be
e-use of the gale. &ne was causm
in the classroom when the roof
fell in. ...,
The children tyere, Duriea in a
jumble of roof tiles, masonry, tim-
rs and tiny chairs and desks.
.Survivor ran, screaming to
a battery of the 42na Artillery
(regiment nearby and a lieutenant
leo' 40 of his men to the disaster
scene to dig through the wreck
When word of the disaster spread
throuch this mountain village, fa
milies of the youngsters rushed
to the school and frantically
sought out their, children.
The Sicilian Parliament here
adjourned in a gesture of mourn
In nearby Palermo harbor, the
gale that collapsed the kindergar
ten building same six nsning dosis
and badly damaged inree omers
One 34-ton vessel was badly da
maged, in the south southeast
gale that still was howling down
through the mountains and across
the coast at midday, tfter raging
for 24 hours previously.
LONDON. Dec. 14 (UP) -The
British Navy announced yesterday
it would' retire 2,000 officers, in including
cluding including several admirals, prema
tnrelv. The move followed De
fense Minister Duncan Sandys'
order to "this out the over overgrowth
growth overgrowth and make way for young
the council for custody, they sadly
So if anyone knows where Coun Council
cil Council 801's flag is, they are request requested
ed requested to call Daniels 'at' the Scout
Office in the Diablo .Clubhouse
(phone 2-3711) and give a happy Brando's attitude--as express
ending to "the great flag mys-;ed through a spokesman was
. .P V.:.. U Uin
It was reported that the
brooding actor had moved out
of the couple's Laurel Canyon
home, but even close friends
wouldn't or couldn't confirm
"The great flag mystery" is not
the title of a new library thriller!
but a real-life puzzle for Council
801 of the Boy Scouts of America,
who are looking for their council
flag missing for .the past several
months. i.i:V!i -fk :
"We know someone; .must have
It," DaasPahfel8;new scout exec executive,
utive, executive, saM 1oday&"hiitaS "Jof now
we don't know, who.".'
"The council members have ex exhausted
hausted exhausted fcvery1 tead' and "dartf now now-making
making now-making public .appeal.?; t)anieif
said, "in the hope that someone
knows where' th missing flag is."
Accordirtg to the council records,
when last; seen "'it was. waving in
the breeze-aj.' the' National Jambo Jamboree
ree Jamboree at VaDeyForge Jist summerj
but apparently-was not jeturned to
An explanation of the ways by
which scientists attack problems
and a contradiction of the popu popular
lar popular notation that science involves
special kinds of reasonig, is con con-taied
taied con-taied in "Science in the Mak Making,"
ing," Making," a book by Dr. Joel H. Hil Hil-debrand,
debrand, Hil-debrand, which was placed in cir circulation
culation circulation thid week by the Canal
i Dr. Hi'debrand, professor emer emeritus
itus emeritus of chemistry at the Univer University
sity University of California advocated that
scientific criteria be applied to
everyday matters of personal
Choice and belie and in public
The list of new books and theis
authors announced by the library.
this week iollows:
Non-fiction .Last on the Great
Outlaws, 'Croy;. Husbands and
Pregnancy,- Gennne; Science in the
Making, Hildebrand; Around the
World in Wanderer III, Hiscdckr
The Process of .Creative Writing,
Hogreiet Justice Oliver Wendell
Ho rties, Howe; The Code Break Breaker1
er1 Breaker1 of Room 40, James; The, His History
tory History of Japan, Latourettte; Byron;
a. Biography, marchand; Rad s
Plays of Famous Stories, Olfson;
Four Keys to Ely Salvador... Os Osborne;
borne; Osborne; Beerbohm .Tree, Pearson;
The Colonial Merchant" and the
American Revolution, 1763 1776,
that his private life was his
own business which he did not
propose to discuss 1 with anyone.
Miss Kashfi said: "He has his
own philosophy about privacy
and I respect it."
Schlesinger; Transistors and Oth
er Crystal valves, &cotu; n.iij,;
His Lettters' to Charles Baxter,
Stevenson; soviet Russia today,
Fiction The Night of the Good
Children, Carieton; Something A A-bout
bout A-bout a So'dier, Harris; Rogers'
Folly, Idell; Sullivan, Macken;
The Gracious Lily Affair,- Mason;
The Lovely Day, Smith; Weep
no More, Stevenson; Angel, Tay Taylor;
lor; Taylor; The Truth about Claire Ve Ve-ryan,
ryan, Ve-ryan, Truss; ManUela, Woods; The
Passionate Shepherd, Yellen.
(Jo ottend the services in this
friendly church .
Jo join in reverent worship and
Bible study ...
Ho find Peace of Mind in Christ,
whom to know is Life.
V SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
"Our teaching Is Bible centered Pupils study and com
plete their workbooks during the week. All week long
you study the, lesson, We would like to enroll your fam-
1 0' WV CHRIST CAME THE FIRST TIME"
Christ came the first time to make a sacrifice for the
Shi ef the world. Bethlehem was God's answer to the.
world's Baals. You need not live in sin, Jesus is your
OSlETAOETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
Be present to get. information on the youth camp.
7-00 "WHY CHRIST MUST COME AGAIN"
"Prophecy was literally fulfilled at the first coming.
' Prouhecv will be fulfilled at His coming again. Why
Wrne Israel for not accepting ; .their Messiah if youji
not accept God's prophecy that Christ is coming again?
NURSERY FRIENDLY MISSIONARY
PREACHING THE WORD
Billy Graham Rim
To Be Shown
Al Baplisl Parley
Billy Graham's film "Battle "Battleground
ground "Battleground of Europe", will be shown
tonight at the 7 o'clock conference
at the First Baptist Church.
Dr. Gavin Haml'ton will preach
oo the subject. "The Rapture of
the Church and the Great Tribu Tribulation".
lation". Tribulation". Such questions as how
long will the tribulation last, who
wull go through it, how will it
end, and many other questions
will be answered.
Tomorrow at the 8:20 and 10:40
services, Dr. Hamilton will
speak on the subject of eternal
judgment of sinners; 'HviH God
Punish Forever Any of His Crea Creatures".
tures". Creatures". At the 7:30 p.m. Sunday
service Dr. Smith will speak on
the subject, "Are We Winning Toe
Battle Against Heathenism?"
Special music will feature Dr.
Smith's own hymns from the se selection
lection selection of over 600 he has written.
The closing day of the confer conference
ence conference is Monday; both Dr. Smith
and Dr. Hamilton wi'l speak. There
are free nurseries for every service.
Ths Church of tho lord Jut
Christ U lb Only InititvNort
that OfUn You
, Poato of Mind .
, Etornal Security
Par tonal Salvation
(JUST ACROSS MOM IALSOA STATION)
William H. looby, Pastor
Mwo ounn hoxo, ;m kc
W Preach Chrtit
Crucified Rlaea Comlnf Agaia
Nehru Praises Ike
As 'Man Of Peace'
NEW DELHI. India. IW ii
UP) Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Neh praised P-esident Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower as a "man at peace"
today. He said he hoped the
President "will be wholly well
again" for the good of humanity.
"It will be most unfortunate for
humanity if at this stage his
great force was not available for
the purpose of world peace,"
Nehru told the Indian Parliament.
Nehru brought a cheer w(ien he
said that even Eisenhower's op opponents
ponents opponents admitted he was a man I
LAST THREE DAYS FOR CONFERENCE
Dr. Oswald Smith Dr. Gavin Hamilton
"THE RAPTURE AND GREAT TRIBULATION"
Dr. Gavin Hamilton
BILLY GRAHAM FILM
. "BATTLEGROUND OF EUROPE"
9 :30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
In a confused world, never before has lt been as
necessary to know God's word. You can learn lt
here in confidence.
8:30 TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"WILL GOD PUNISH ANY OF
HIS r!REATITRE FOREVER?"
Dr. Gavin Hamilton
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30Dr. Oswald J. Smith
"ARE WE WINNING THE BATTLE
MONDAY GREAT CLOSING SERVICE
Dr. Hamilton "The Challenge of Christ's Return"
Dr. Smith "Result of Neglect".
EVEYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
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a shipment of
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THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN 1WPEPENPENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
W. W. urrew. Evanaelle. j
, Telephone t-3e03
it hui nasi. Balboa ROM.
"Varices Sunday M.W
ff'OBAL: Amerlcsn ton Hall,
vices rBundav to.uo ajn. U a.m
ABAJC: House No. 3024 15th St.
" jn Biuia a
Drawer 3. ,lD
3:44 a m
.viidy """I." ll;UO a
Mor&iug "W""' :m p.m
Traind-a, hni" '' 1 V-"1
, Bpmei'hooa-4tb. oi W;(W 1JU
tOXt BAPTIST CHUBCB
Balboa HaigUU, C.Z.
S27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
'pnone Balboa 1737
William H. Beeby. Pastor
n ..,.t Trainine 1
10:45 a m
7:00 p m
; W.M.& Bibla t t:w am
S BVo&erhood -"(iiai
Monday in month I
MaraariU Avanua at 5th Straai
Margarita. Canal Zone
tev. wind.ll C. Pkr, '"
a.innu. Scnuol .f -JT
' Morning W orihip
IBaptitt rraining Onion
Rrothsrhood. Tuaadaya ......
IWMU lt & 3rd Frldaya
OX.' H.A.. Sunbaanu,
" Salvation knar
. iNn-Otn0mtnaMoiial Evangellttta
.in & Mra. B. Grant
U rabi.ur Street, Phone
. ll!-!ioJiner. Maatlng.
I.-OO i fctnday School.
7 :J0 Salvation Matting
LA BOCA C.2.
Lltutcnaut Tansy Campbell
Buildlnit no. luau, rnw
U:0" iionneiw otmuh.
'i:00 Sunday School.
TTio Sn-'vation Meeting
Envoy Mra. C. L. Mosele
:00 Svi.day School.
11:00 Hinek Meeting
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
(Sealer (apt. and Mra. C. Moonuwmy.
-44th Street Phone: 38-743.
;OLOiM 1H1K1. STREET
7 :30 Skivation Meeting.
The Rev. Otcar W. Olaea, Paalor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1486 Church OHice 2-3236
. 1:.10 a.m. Church School Free aw
tervice. Clasaea ior all a cm.
i 10 30 ajn. Worihip Service The
Expanded Session for Nuraery, Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Deptt. Church
lime Nursery lor children under 3 yr.
:0O p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship.
7:00 pjn. Senior High Fellowship.
' 7:30 p.m. Xvening Service.
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
. Service of Worship. 11:00.
. Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
" Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore R. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2M2. Res. 3-1493
a),- .y Services:
45 .m. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
' 11 00 a.m. Morning Worahlp.
' NMrrer- foi infants and email cnll
:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary ac
tivlties and official meetings as an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
Rev. Walker M. Alderlen, Pastor
. Of : -470 Baa -130
. t f nm. Sunday School
. 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
. Official meetings and week-day "etl.
eitiee aa announced.
! J ft
Churches a( tha many Ultht In the Canal Xere, and tha terminal clttaa
of Panama Colon, Kanblte af Panama, oatend a welcoma af all
timet ta man ana waman al tha armad aarvicts, and la civilian aiih aiih-beri,
beri, aiih-beri, friendt and atrangtri.
At a public service, Thi Panama American lists pelow, denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices af kaurt af warship and ether reaular ertivitiee.
Liatinoa ara rotalad from time f tima. Denominations hevine anly
ana ar two cana raj rtiaM ara littad fndar "Otfcer Churckat oV Sarvicat."
A special lilting ii included far atrVkes at Army pests, Air Farca kaiaa
and Naval atatlent.
Ministers, church secretariat and chaplaint ara asked ta Inform tha
nwi desk in writing "hy Wadnaiday naan at tka latait af any akangaa
for tka earning Saturday') ckurck page.
f aaaova rHIitrti Balbaa
Sunday Masaaa: 7:00. 3 UK), 10:00 and
Hoiy Day Masaee: 1:55, 3 :00. il a m
ni an n m
Confesaiorui: Saturday. 3:30 to 5:00
and 7:00 to 8 00 p.m. Thursday, before
First rrlday: 7:u 10 a:oo p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
Catechism olasai after the 3:00 mass
High School atuoy v.ju p.. v
SACRED HEART Aaron
Sundav Maaaet: 3:55, 7:30 t:3fl a m
Holy Day maaaet; i:35 am. anj 3:00
" rAnfaulnna! Saturda 3:30 to S:00 and
7:15 to 3:00 p.m. Thuraday before Firsl
Friday 7:00 p m.
sacraa Hears ustouwi w
Catechism Clas.! 3:15 to 4:44 pm on
OUR LADY OP FAT1MA Cnrandn
Sunday Mast at 3:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m. I
Confessions: :00 to (:tt prn'on Sat
Catechism Class: Saturday 3:30 to
ST. JOSEPH Paralae
Sunday Massea at 7:00 and 8:13 a.m.
Hoiy Day Mam at 3:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
-.in in 7 so
Catechism Clam: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
Miraculous Medal Novena I 7:00 p.m
nn y r i il a v
Convert mtirucuonai jnunoaj i.w
ST. VINCENTS Panam City
Sunday Masaea: 3:00 and 3:30 a.m.
Mnlv hav Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 o.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Maasea are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 3:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
Hons of the. Croat: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mam on
Convert Clasa. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday ano
ST. THERESA'S CoeeU
Sunday Mass: 8 JO a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 ajn. (It It tails
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3.3V to s:w p.m. on
Confessions: i:ou 10 a:io a.m. sunaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thura.
av l nH Sat first Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. to e:uu
Confesaionat 3:30 to 4 JO and 7:00 to
8:00 pm. on Saturday.
Miraculous aieaai rioyena ; nu j .w
P m-. . .... ....-
Catecniam uiass: :v p.m. j
ST. THKRESrS La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mam: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam: 5:30 P.m.
Confessions: Saturday t:30 to 7:30 P m
Th..,H.v h.fnr rirst Friday 6:30 p.m.
Catechism Class: a:i p.m. n
Sacred Heart Noyena! 7:00 p.m. on
Convert Class: :ou p.. j
ST JOSKPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses : 5 :45. 8:00 and :13a.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m
contessions: oaiuraay .vw
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal novena! Bwntmj
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: tnaay i:ia p.m
Kunri.v Rvenine Servlcee 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:1 pm. oo Mondays
Catechism Clasa: Sunday iu:i a.m. w
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to :u p.m.
first frldav Exnosition or MOSl Dien
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at :3ti
a.m. Saturday morning. M
First Saturday Devolione to our uoj
of Fatlma Tno neiy notary a ".m.
first Communion instructions inr cnu-
dren Mondays -and Thursdays :00 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunriav Maasea: 7:00.8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
Confessions: Saturday 4-00 to 5-00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
Miraculous nieaai novenai a:ia ano
7:00 n.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After a:oo Mast on
First Friday Exposition all day during
he School Year.
Fjrtt Saturday: Mam at 3:00 em.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
Siindav Masses: 7 30. 1:30. ll:5u an.
FT.st Saturday Mass:
Sa.urday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 am
Confession .. 3:45 p.m. to
Parish Family Rosary, and
Discussion Inquiry Group
1st. Friday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
7 40 p.m
7 KM p m
ST. VINCENTS Ratokew City
Sunday Mavess: 6:30 am and 360
Hoiy Day Masseat C-tO am. and 60
Confessions: M to IB and 140 to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
catecnism Class: 10:44 a.m. an Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 740
Mlraculoue Medal novena 1 7 rOO oja
sacred Heart novenai T rot aa. am
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatan
Sunday Ma' 8:15 em
Holy Day Mass: 5-00 u.
Cenfeesleiu: 6:30 to 7-00 a rrn. en Set-
caieniTs. class- 4 -on h n m. Monday
OUB LADI OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7.-00 end I M am.
Holy Day Majaes: au am. and 5:60
Coafoaione Saturda at 7 ao rm mnri
aner ail evening devotlona.
Baptisms by appointment
Miracukua Medal Novena: T -OS ta
Sacred Heart Novenai IM p.as 01
Sunday Bctieol: 3:3 p m. en Sunday
Reiitmus litstruction Clasa in r-b.il.
dren : 4 04) p.m nn Thursday
Relilinua Inatrurtkm for adulta iPmL
ducted tn BnanJsfe): 7 HO njo em Man
Irastructiana by appointment.
The Rt. Rev. R. Hiker Geeden. LT D
The Very Rev. Malnerl J. Petersen,
' S.T.R. Dean
THE CATHEDRAL OF IT. LUKE
7:30 a.m. .Holy Communion.
t:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Com Com-munion
munion Com-munion 3rd Sunday.
:30 a m. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. 3:30 a.m. Escuela Dominica!.
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Hoiy communion jsi unu,j.
7:00 p.m. JCvening aervice.
30 a n,. Holy Communion.
7:00 pra Evening Prayer.
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8-30 am Holy Communion.
1:13 a.m. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mic-da Missionary Prayers.
Church et St. Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Fries! le Ckarga
Holy Communion 7 JO a m
Family Prayer and
Church School 3:30 a jn
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
Holy Communion a.w ajn.
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarenre W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
at aiaeon'a Chutth
Tha Rev. John Spear, Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7:00 a.m.
Church School 3:00 p.m
Episcopal Voung Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon ..... 7:00 pjn
Morning Prayer ano noiy
Communion :00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and.
Holy Communion i.w
Morning Prayer J:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Family Eucharist s:j a.m
Office of Compline ; :00 p.m.
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer and cnurcn
School a m
Confirmation Class :30 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon 10:30 a.m
Evensona and Addreta
, 7:30 p.m
, 7 JO pjn.
Woman a Auxiliary ...
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ......... .yv
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
Church af St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
3:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
6:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Weatt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
3:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A termer
3:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
3. uo -u. Cnurch School
(heia tn Building 131)
5,00 p.m Youth Fellowship
7 no 1 m. Evensong and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 pin Woman a Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
St Paal'a Chprch
The Ven Lemuel B. Shirley. Recto
The Re Fits kV Alwell. Deaeaai
6:00 a.m. Holy comm-.anion
3 00 ajn Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a ni Morning Prayer and Churcr
12:00 mvrr Hoiy Baptism
7-00 Km. Solemn Veapera
8:30 a.m Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
t:0t am Holy Communion
7:00 pjt. Evening Prayer
fHURSOAYB AND FRIDAYS
1 :3a 1 m Hoiy Cocnmunleai
6 -Of a.m. Holy Cosnm union
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-gEA
Colon, A P.
(Opposite' Hotel "Washington)
The Re. Jamee Peter Farmer, Recta
Tha Rev. tfenry A. Blake, Amietaan
6:00 a m. Holy Communleat
8:30 a.m Morning Prayer.
IB ajn. Choral Urhartat and Sermon.
10:30 ajn. Church School.
7 M p.m. Solemn Evensong and Be,
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
60 a.m. Holy Communism.
7:00 t.m. Morning Prayer.
5.-06 pjn. Evening Prayer. ;
66 ajn. Holy Communioav,
7:00 ajn. Mem in g Prayer.
7 JO pm. Xvening Prayer and Sermon
76 am. Morning Prayer,
t at am. ChiMren'a EurhartsL
3:06 pjn. Xvening Prayer.
6 at ajn. Holy Communieaa.
10 am. Morning Prayer.
50 p.m. Evening Prayer.
1 30 pjn. Compline and Meditation.
Rt. Chrlalophew'a Cbnrck
10th Street, Parque Ltfevre
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Print In Charg
Tha Rev. Clarence A. Crag-wall
6:00 a m. Holy Communion.
J:ao a m Sune Eucharist and Sv rmon
10:30 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m Evensong and Sermon.
7:ao p.m isi ana ara, woman a sub
6:30 p.m Junto Daughter! of the
7 :30 n.m. Youth Fellowshln.
3:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
3:00 cm. 1st and 3rd. Sinaletona.
f :80 a.m. Junior Confirmation Clss
CHURCH OF THE MAZARENE
443 Frangipanl St. Ancon, C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, Pastor
Box 207 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2802
Sunday School 9:45 a.m'
Worship Service 10:43 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7:30 p.m
CHURCH JOf THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnaaium
Paster Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 501 Margarita, C.Z.
Sunday School 3:45 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 23rd Street East
Ue m. V Brown. Minister
Divine Worahlp :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00-p.m
Sunday Masaea 7, 7:45 11:45
Rio' Aba Jo, HP.
Meetings Thursdays at l p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
80S Balboa Road. Balboa,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balbaa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday 8:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m,
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa iit.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday scnooi; sunaay a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a.m
tURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A,Wrm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Rea. 83-7116 Of. 33-5103
Sunday School 3:30 ajn.
(A data for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevenina Worshln 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey m provides.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St Went No 1
Hoi Eucharist: Sunday at 7:30 a.m
Tuesdays, Wednesdaya and Thursday
SAO a.aa. .. '-v
sm-.mn or rm Ml on (HeaJIna Ser.
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO pm.
Meant BaHbet. Christian Chareh
Panama. B. P.
Rt Rev. T. ameo, D. D. Bishop
Morning devotion 6:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Divine Service 7:30 p.m.
Si first Street
Urbanization Si Carmen, Panaroi City
informal Talk ano, uiscuaaiona
Thursdaya 3:60 pm
Celen, Ith A Proal Streets
faaaialee Aaaertaen Bazaar)
Study Clasaea Thursdays. 7:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Paralso. CI.
Bev Waldaba H Stewart; Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: a:oo fcnoii nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mra. Maada Hlaee, Paator
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 110 a.m
Night Service 7 JO p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.
Balahew City, Canal Zene
Rev. Wat. Livingston, Paster
THE CHURCH OF GOD
733 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Graadlsen, Paator
Morning Worahlp ...
7 JO pjn
10:30 a m
7 JO p.m
Morning Worship M
Sunday School ......
THE CHURCH OP GOD Ble Abate
Monle Otcaro Rd. 16th St
Rev. Was. J. Johnson, Peaiar
Sunday Scboo :30 a m
Morning woramp iu:w a.m
Night Service 7 JO p.m
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson. Overseer
Phone -428. Box 253. Gamboa
Church, at Paralso, C.Z. (Rev ann
Mrs. Herman a Whyte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Aba)
1 Rev. and Mra. Charles Haynea). am
Catlvd (Re, and Mra. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday eervicea at all
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Dia.Mo school)
Rev. Carl V. Themptte. Mlaliter
Box 33, Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Heme. Gamboa 117
Chareh BaHna 4271
Sunday Scnooi 100 e m
W orship Set-rice 11 -00 e.m
Youth Service 10 p.m.
Evangelistic Service TJP pm
Wednesday: BiMo Study
and Prayer Serviea T JO pm
RFEDEMEB LUTHERAN CrTURCB
Balkan Beed at WlrM fttreet
Bee. Bevbert r. Gaaaich. Fatleo
P O Box CA Palbee
Sunday Scneot. Bible eleaa g-SS aai
Divine Service 10:15 am.
Holy Communiosi. first Sunday of the
Former chapel ef Our Sav1oura Koie-
eepai cnepei 3ra Bs. ana at claws so Ave.
srv s. runonei.
Mr. Faceoo 31. Dissit, Vkar
Simday Sclmul, Bible Clasa t tat aaa.
Divme Service 1:13 am.
Holy Cetanvunieav seat go-day of She
Jewlsi Welfare Board Bid 732-X La
Boca Soail, Balboa. C.Z. Ribbl Nathan
tVllkln U J act or.
Servie a Friday. 1 M DJn, aturoay
(Sea ait-o listings of Jewish service
under Posta. Basts and Stations 1.
Congrectmon Kol Shaarlth Israel Ave
nlda Cubs and 36th Street Bella Vista
Psnama City Service 8:00 n.m
CUstlttTlAJ eUknla lUOttCHeA
ilrat Church 01 Christ. Sciential. Ann
360' Ancon Boulevard
Sunday ll:OU. vVednasdat 8-w o-m
Sundav School 8 JO a.m
Irst Church 01 Christ, Mienusl. crisuibi
13th Street A Bolivai Hiahwa
Sundat 'trnnoi : ajn
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday M p.m
Posts and Bases
Church -time Nursery School..
Sunday School (Building No.
Thursday Evening MidWeek
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
Sunday School 3:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evenina Worship '. J :l
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Halo 8:15
Christian Houxfr Fellowship 6:00
soldier s jeiiowsnipt-inurs. . i:w
Officer's Christian Union Thura. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 3:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 0:30
Morning Wqrshlp 8:30 A 10:4i
Youth Fellowship 6:3V
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 8:30
Morning Worship 11410'
Holy Communion First Sunday
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Morning Worship 8:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 6:00
Daily Mas- 6:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8:30
Confessions. Saturday ...6:30 A f:30
Sunday 8:00 & 8:25
Daily Mast 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 8:00
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 A 8:001
Daily Maaa 6:15
Saturday Maasea 9:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 A 7:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASE
Dally Mass 6:00
Saturday Maaa 7:00
Sunday Massea 7:45 A 12:00
Snanish 7 -.Ml
. Novena Services.Tnesday ........ ;f:0i
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
FORT DAVIS V
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
KYBB Wednesday Post' Chapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study. Wednesday
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thura.
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 3:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Daily Mass ...
7:45 A 10:15
.- 6:00 fe 7:00
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Greek Orthodox services are conduct
ed at the Church' of the AnuncIaUoi
Via Belisario Porras. San Francisco c,
i Caleta. Panama City. RJ.. and t
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenio
.Melendez, Colon, RP-, on alternate Sun
day a at 3:30. For further information
call the Office of tha Army Chaplain
Weekly Services In all churehea
. aa follows:
School 3:30 am.
Divine Service 4140 mja.
Youth s Meeting 4 JO pjn.
and Prayer Service
T -to p.m.
Pacffle Side Psaami
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 24-3-3506
Cabe Verde. Ave. J. F de ia Oaaa
No. 13 Chorrillo Sth No. 37 Pue
blo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Bio Afao)a 11th He, 27 Gamboa
Patter G. D. Wllliaaaa Tel. 6 1
Pastor A. A. Oinie ,TeL 6-103
Spoadafe Ckwrchee Partrie Side Paaaaad
Paator Norherto (fuirea
Panama, Calte Darien No. S '.
Pedresap NPcve Curare.
Paetor Q. A. Mfriee-TaL S3 8ML
Colon - ...
Criatobet Cnfllsh -18th A Bolivar Ave.
Crsstobal Spenlsh lth A Botltmr Ave.
8M4 Carluna Bd Tea. 3-18S A 13331
Mrs. Otelia lYjeiri of Panama
City will 1 duress Hie Isthmian TJ-
nitanan society gs guest speaker
at their Sunday mornlns' servic
tomorrow on. "The Philosophy of
muin, it.'. .. I
Mrg. lejeira, wno heads tne
phychoiogy department of tne v v-niversity
niversity v-niversity of : Panama, is a gradu graduate
ate graduate in psychology of Columbia U U-niversity.
niversity. U-niversity. Deeply interested in the
problems of her own country, xsne
has also served Panama on an
international scale. In her capa capacity
city capacity as Panamanian secretary for
UNESCO, she has traveled in
var.ious countries abroad, includ-
ins India and Greece
The time is 10:30 a.m., the lo location,
cation, location, 36? Ancon Boulevard.-The
meeting will .be, followed by a cof coffee
fee coffee and Fellowship hour,
The newly organized Junior
choir of the Curundu Protestant
Church will sing in the morning
service at 11 o'clock tomorrow,
under the direction of Mrs. Da,
Other services for tomorrow
and the coming week are: Sun
day School, at 9:30 a.m. with J
church nursery opens at 9:15
church nursery opens m 9:15
a.m. and remains open until the
close of the morning worship
service. At ir o'clock the pastor
will bring the message on "Why
(Jurist Came The First Time."
The anthem by the Senior Choir
will be "Glory and Praise Unto
uoa on -High
1 r f
Talks On Prisoners
GENEVA, Switzerland. Dec. 14
(uri The marathon S no-
Ameripan talks here on the issue
of U.S. prisoners'' held in China
became deadlocked over a new
issue, today and for the first time
in two and one-half years were
adjourned without a date for a
U.S. Ambassador U. Alexis
Johnson and Communist China's
Wang Ping-nan refused to exDlain
whesher the breakoff was perma permanent
nent permanent or merely a routine recess.
The talks, which began Aug. 1,
1955, represented the onlv direct
diplomatic contact between the,
An agreement on the repatri
ation of civilian nationals was
reached on Sept. 10, 1955, and the
negotiations turned to a U.S.
proposal for a "joint renunciation
of force 'ir th" Formosa area."
No agreement ha been reached
on that subject.
The deadlock today developed
when the United States rejected
a new Communist proposal for a
"judicial, assistance" agreement
Diplomatic experts speculated
that aiter nearly 29 months of
little or no progress, the two
ambassadors might have decided
to ask liieir governments whether
the almost-forgotten negotiations
were worth continuing. continuing.-All
All continuing.-All previous sessions have
ended wih an announcement
stating when the talks would
be. resumed, but today's meeting!
ended with only this. .statement:
"An. announcement will subse
quently be made concerning the
The new daadlock developed
over an American request to
interview Chinese in China who
were wanted as defense witnesses
in the California sedition case of
John W. Powell, former editor of
an English-language newspaper in
The Peiping goverhmnt turned
down a court request matter
because it had not been trans
mitted through diplomatic chan channels.
nels. channels. There are no such diplomat
ic channels because the United
States does not recognize China.
. v Bait iia 1 I
' WINBPNOBP UMTt -lit
.. BRADFORD,, PA.
At 6 p.m. the youth groups will Tor tomorrow. the third Sua Sua-nieet
nieet Sua-nieet to get details on the youth day in Advent, the Rev. Jo ha
camp at El Valie. I Spear, priest in charge, wUl ofi-
The Evening Gospel Hour will cute at the choral communion
begin at 7 o'clock. The senior 10;30 a.m., alter conducting con con-choir
choir con-choir wiU sing a special arrange- firmatlon class. Morning .prayer
ment of "Silent Night, Holy Vid.be aaid a.m.; Tby one of
Night." The sermon by the pas- the layreaders. ; ... -;v
tor is "Why Christ Must Come ,. ,. 5
A The' Women's Auxiliary meetsj Z StfltC COYerilOrS
in the honte of Mrs. Glenn Fi-er. r
on Tuesday evening at 7:39. Mrs.i
mi ton, a. Lreiding wiu give t n e
topic on Christmas. All women of
the church are urged to be pres present.
ent. present. The congregation has been urg
- take clothing, food, snd toys
ior missions in Panama City.
La soca v
In lieu of the annual Xmas par
ty of he Woman's AtixiHary of tot civil rights laxity squarely
St. Peter'g church in La Boc, 0n the shoulders of Vlciv-Presl-the
various parish organizations dent Richard M. Nixon and the
will- combine, in having a party
next Friday night.
This Christmas party will take
place in the parish hall and will
be featured by an exchange of
gifts. Listed In addition is a ca
Parish organizations holding the
party are the Woman's Auxiliary,
Choir Guild, Order of Saint Vin Vincent,
cent, Vincent, Vestry Committee and Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Young Churchmen. The Par Parish
ish Parish Wei are Council, representa representative
tive representative of these bodies, will help in
carrying out the plans.
The Feast of the Nativity will
be celebrated Christmas eve at
11:30 with a guest preacher and
- life, rJ7Sl ?T
EASY TERMS ARRANGED
HERE ARE SOME
TO HELP YOU IN YOUR XMAS
Select Quality Articles Frojn
Our Newly Arrived Stock; Fine
Gifts Are Always Appreciated:
French Evening Bags 1
Artistic Fans Cr Compacts
Costume Jewelry from Paris
Danish Xmas Plates
. w .
o norennne Leathet Bags.
6 Musical Powder Boxes
The Most Talked-About Gift' Store
x JUAN PAL
NEW YORK. UP)-The one one-day
day one-day meeting of A 12-state gov
ernors' conference on lvll lib liberties
erties liberties chareed the federal gov government
ernment government with laxity. In fighting
discrimination In employment
The meeting, called Gov.
Averell Harrlraan of New Yorlr
and Gov: n Msnmn' Wlniam.
- ;0f Mlr-hlo-an nlr.rt th. Kt.m.
rresiaeni a committee on gov gov-ernmental'conlracts,
ernmental'conlracts, gov-ernmental'conlracts, which Nix--
on neaas. ; ,;, r .
1 The governors' group aid the
committee was too limited In
its objectives, understaffed arid
budgeted too low.
Williams, elected chairman of
.t-. . j
ut group, sum ne irapea in
governors of all 48 states even eventually
tually eventually would join the confer conference
ence conference at future meetings.
He satd the group's objectives
were to win broader state guar guarantees
antees guarantees of civil liberties and
greater cooperation amorig a a-gencles
gencles a-gencles working along thest
. hint, a a
lATTJRDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1957
THU FANAJVIA AMERICAN AN JNDETTObiSNl! DAILT NEWSPAPpV.
AMBASSADOR AND MRS.- JtJLIAN F. HARRINGTON
HONOR VISITING BANKER WITH DINNER-PARTY
-V' i 'TlW iAiabMsUor';of 'tli United States of America and
,Mni. Julian Fiske Harrlnj-toji are flfint a '-dinner at the
s Embawy reildence-at L'Cresta this eveninf In honor of of-tha
tha of-tha vice president of the First National Bank of New York,
Mr. Boyce Nourse and Mr. Nourse.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Payne
Te Maka Their- Heme
:;Mr and Mm. Philip Payne,
kmu ra.triante nf Paltillia. who
hivs hMn livinc in Buenos Aires
for the nast several' years, will
move with their children to Rome,
! 'ii1 in 195. ..
.Mr., Payne, who ha been cor
respondent wr iime, u ijuc
marines in "Argentina' will be as assistant
sistant assistant bureau chief In Italy,
The family will spend their
Christmas i holidays with ; Mrs.
Payne's parents in Missoula, Mon Mon-tana.
Tafcrtt Statas Vacation v
Mr. Dwight "A. Mc KaDney of
thPanama,Canal General Coun
ael'a office, sailed on the. SS Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal this week for a vacation in
the States. ; .. ... r
Pacific Navy Wives
Hold Benefit Dance
Christmas season started off
early last Friday evening at the
rnhn v v r Post 3835 when the
Pacific Nvy Wives, held a Benefit
Dance for the Bella Vista Girls
Home. Members, guests and tic-
i- L.1J a ....... AntA .. all
evening to the music of the Cotton
Pickers who piayeo as raeir Dona Donation
tion Donation to the (nance. 'Mesdames Ka Ka-.The)
.The) Ka-.The) ma Terrell.
who were in charge, did a wonder-
ful joh of planning we events ior
Tha fnilnwine list are the
donors who donated all types of
haantifni nrizei for the people
holding the lucky stubs: Kaplan
Issuance Brokers,. Atlas Gar Gardens,
dens, Gardens, Arts of the Americas, The
Tropicana, Auto eano, rauama
Auto, Alligator Farm, -Cervecena
National,, Zig Zag, N.C.O. dub,
Ft. Kohhe. Chiefs Club. Summit
Radio Station, Louis F. Glud,
171 Dannma Hiltntl JlltlCle Jim.
.i.nsr PairUtsn. Casa Salomon
Morri6on Novedaaej, Aimacen a
I AttTfllrnG AIIUC Mill LilUUUlDi
and four others
line at a enemies)
,J 7 -1 ij.i Hh Plant nere -wmcn manuiaciures
utifl nv nnrK. nuniev naiiiiiiuaa ... u j i ti
. ST 7.i ivU Mr.. p.r: missue ana rocaet r p.a
Jwo- v; A "i. the eovemment
a1 w n lit mrd i-.jiri.iar luuRr .
lit V. ----- --- were kiue(j
.r mtftB in tha i iifi aim icw .
wUhV" H.; t. k was illustrated aTea-
hv Mrs. ,-Hamiiton. Mrs, rieuiei w-- t,,,!-- the nrn-
iiiv. fi'.hondas season in ."Trr """X
BvuB - ... aucuon une wb uuscti
switzemna, wrs. jnw u tensively.
.,ti.k in Mn co and Mrs. ieni,lv iy
Tamm atouts thpsfe-in Scandma- wr,nk XS McKi'nney, assistant
via, ''$rf'-i.m$ iW the i general- meager of the
'; f,i J 't Thiokof 1 Chemical-' Corp., said the
Woman's Club, of Rio de Jnef- peilant was being manufactured.
hi-.tII Krniicrht pason s ereet- iu...! in the
xw Aa.aaatMa v HiviUa uauiia tvwi
bgs from her club to the ladies 1 building at the time, he said.
Af ua nna a inn Hmuin Lilts uliii
greetedvby Airs. AiDen aaarmeu, tne dea1 an(J injured nenomg
club president, were: Abi Williams notificatiOIl 0f their families. He
NancyiPfelffer, 'EmilrCB61ton, Jtj,j of the injured were in
Waada Mann,' Marilyn Angus, seriou, condition and the fourth
stana Nita. Marina asnam,
Mares Coffesr. Tlbrenfcfe ', Pfker,
Josephine Hidalgo, Anfle Zitzman,
Catherina Pearl, Jo Hughes, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Spencer, Anna Kiernan, An An-nietr
nietr An-nietr ReUandv1 A vHenckv t ; Carrie
(Brown, Marguerite Bouche,- Mary
Boyd Evelyn Harrington, Mary
Worley. Betha .Pate, Avelyn ,S t ne,
Castro, Amelia de Castro, Cap.
LI Rhodes, Gertrude Smouse, Xlsa
Tamm, Houy uaiy, iiazei ney uy
rolds, Peggy barker, Molly John-
son, U)is van nora, juur
flinr. iDretta V Snodgrass, JEtta Sfi
Homa, Kay Daniels, Katherine
Winquist, Mary Carter, Helen
Wentwortlw. Marie Wetzel, Helen
Adler, Doni Poore,' Betty Skelton,
Mary Aanesen, Lelia Freund, Va Va-da
da Va-da Pence, SarailsonPolly Trail,
Mary Jane Weade.-'Agnei.Hearoft,
Jan Hill, Phyl Turner, Edna
Munro, Dot Allen, Geneva Shrap Shrapnel
nel Shrapnel Genell Blss, PhyUis Euper,
Flora Hack, ruuj jeniuns,. raargei M
Johnson, Audrey Kincaid, Teresa Sft
Luce, Estelle Luskey, Leona iBo iBo-donsky,
donsky, iBo-donsky, Jeanette M C.K i b b o n.
Louise Merchant, Cork Welch and tJf v S
Martha HamUton. ; SJj
Miss Ceraldfna Mc GriW
Arrives Ta Spend,
Christmas Holidays i ;
Miss Geraldine Mc Griff will ar arrive
rive arrive from Auburn, Alabama : to tonight
night tonight te spead the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays with nef parents Mr. and
Mrs. E. C Me Griff of CocoK.
merican Supply Co., Bazaar Ka
rachi, Johnny's New India, Cahal
a i mt-lAi T.in'A Una
Zone rnarmacy, xamu
Sol de La India, "No Mi Diga"
Salon, International Jewelry, Inc.,
Bazaar Hindustan, Mercurio Jew Jewelers,
elers, Jewelers, Modern India, Agewood Dis Distilleries,
tilleries, Distilleries, O.K. Amigo, Nueva In-.
dia, Buropea store. JNoveaaaes
Balbaa Woman's Club
Enjoys Christmas ',
Brunch At Tivoli
"Christmas Around the World
was th theteeof the Christmas
vmin-h aniovpd bv the ladies of
the Balboa Woman's Club and
their guests in we i rnt rvwm
the. Tivoli Guest-"House recently,
-r.. cA.r Trail was -reSDOns-
iblefor the beautiful decorations.J
The' refreshment taoue! wni
presided over by Mrs: WiUiam
u..rM Mn Howard Wentworth
and Mrs., GerrttrJDOT r ma, J3arp r:
centeroiece ot itrignv rpu-PHifsci- manes, ai: vi """"'i
tai ana reu iapcx. ab ak vci, ... : :
craxis aisptay uwie kuu" wl nv.
many lovely andf tttractiv things The clubaskfi tbaM the person
" f V.' .y.ktl mi hava' h.Ui.A 4iiVaf 1atlin 1R7 who WOn
4h. rhrictmaa season. I an allioatir hae and compact, con-
KS-rPk3:rm.i nli.k.;r"M" tc.thv wuson 84-5268.
ACJVt piMWO eaaava I i t-w y
(or wwen iflii group flM ucwp aays.
famAiii Th eritt tan WfUCH -UUiT: 1
the many gifts whicUrflub.mem-i
kaka hUMl ttM 4i& tVtii rtltftAtltR OI 1
the Salvation Army avnoot ror w 4 r j 4 1 n rpfi
(Blind, also gifts of good, wiU be UeOtl, t iniUICU
SS-S 'lAs Firfe Phages
Mts. Af Holgersbh -cjanld"on ; lkT0N) Md Dec. 14 (UP)
the piano ny wrs. uui":::? UfeFire broke out yesterday on the
alter vrutwii ui6im j.T nrnrinrrion
tach Notice far iecluuaa ia this
column should be' submittod m,
tyoc-wrjttta fetm and aiailod 00
tho oa number liatod daily ia "So "Social
cial "Social and OtharwiM," at dolivorod
a acid re tha afHct. Noticos 0
Mcciiaas cannot bo accepted hi
Star Of Chorrille Lodae
' Members tt tho Star of Chorri
llo Lodge, Nov 635. Improved In
ccpendent' Order of Oddfellows,
London Unit, will hold a special
meeting tonight at 7:30 for the
nomination and election of dffi
cers for the year 1958.
Secretary C. A. -Hurley, who
has Just returned from a visit
Barbados, will give a brief talk
of his trip and the various lodg
es of the order he visited.
Af lend Funeral
For Mrs. Lazarus
taa liataJ a, rritic 1. The 1 mured
were .taken ,'tq Union Hospital
jiVU.' -rifta. J9k J4Qa. JTja. JjTi
k a A. fa eh at
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In the presence tof a laree sa
therlrut' of relatives- and friends,
the mortal remains of Mrs. Mer Mer-celina
celina Mer-celina (Mamie) Lazarus was laid
to rest at the Mount Hope Cem
etery last Wednesday.
Having suffe'redt 4 paralytic
stroke on Dec. 4, she entered the
Samaritan Hospital in Colon
where she breathed her last on
Dec. 10 at 2:10 a.m. surrounded
by her children and other rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr T.aTntMia Hvrt; nn 4th fit.
near Melendez Ave. for a period
of over 30 years and due to her
mnthprlw Hlsnffclt.lon wtia well
liked by both young and old.
Born on me xsiana or Jamaica
78 years ago-, Mrs. Lazarus first
travaipH tn t.hp Tst.hmus durlne
the 1890s, and in 1913 maid the
City of colon ner permanent res
The body laid in state at the
Trinity Methodtet Church short shortly
ly shortly after noon on Wednesday
hanicpri bv mnv wreaths. The
funeral service was conducted by"!
the Rev. Watson. At the ceme
tery. Jnterment was held up ft
few mlnutea penaing tne arrival
of one son (Kenneth) from Al Al-mirante.
mirante. Al-mirante. Survivor are her husband
Charles A, and four sons, Ml-
f hae! nouaai.. Artnur ana Ken-r
neth; one daughter, Mrs. Dorrls
DaCosta, of Rainbow city; sev several
eral several grandchildren and great
Wmthi nrpra spnt from EVrle
Tsmn a Mn ahii Aurora. Louce inu
523, Employes Coco Cola Bot
tling UO. JByne iwugc nvc
taff nffirpr nf the eiand dis
trict deputy, Wilfred Scott f am-
Taun nA 'rpmniP ran. a.i. riiii-
plo'yes of Samaritan Hospital
Dickie. Maggie anq oauaia, jhbi
nfv Miit.it a 1 Aid Assn.
Corozal, her sons, daughter ana
two umdentmea sprays.
jFHSinv rrry' N. J.. Dec. 13
(UP) Parking .was free through through-nut
nut through-nut .Taraav citv todav. Subfreezinc
temperatures froze parking meter
mechanisms leaving pquce no
choica but to suspend regulations
for the day.
Roach-Powder Gravy Kills Helpful
Neighbor, Boy; Two Girls Critical
CHICAGO, Dec. 14 (UP)-Doc-tors
tried today to save the lives
of two little sisters who ate chicle
en gravy containing roach pow powder
der powder instead, of flour. Their broth brother
er brother and a neighbor died of the
One of the sisters, Deborah Van
Horn, 3, was in improved con condition
dition condition at St. Mary's hospital. But
her sister, Susan, IS months, was
close to death.
The fight to keep the children
alive was' hampered, from the
start because doctors did Bat
know the exact nature of the
poison contained in the lethal
The deadly chicken dinner was
prepared yesterday evening in the
Van Horn home by a helpful
neighbor, Finis Kitinger, 54.
Kitinger, ..a factory parts in in-soector.
soector. in-soector. came tn thn Vaiv TWn
home, to visit Mrs. Van Horn's
mot ner, Mrs, Florence Gronke, 50,
Who Wat ill With tha flna Uri
Darlene Van Horn.' 2a wh. u
separated from her husband, was
! When dinnertime came, Kit
tineer offered tn rf. tha
After frying a chicken he then
looked around for the flour with
wnicn to make gravy.
On the top, pantry shelf, K 1 1 1-tlnger
tlnger 1-tlnger found a brown paper bag
containing a white powder. He
Los Armeies Man
'Wakes UiV Af ter
LOS AHavt.vK n im
An insuranrn c,lnim
- M.oiiiii W11U
Wacked out four months ago and
woke ud in New nriPon. u.,j
m vaa, HUa UUB6Ctl
and kissed his pretty wife today
i.((a icanui airporr reunion.
'Don't WOrrv avarvthina ...ill
e all right," Harry Gallon, 31,
iuiir ins soDDing wue.'
Gallon said they planned to
return tn thnii
- a iuui ill,
game near San Francisco. It was
in Burlingame. while-en route to
see a client, that he blacked out
"1 want to SPA IT) V fum tmimn.
sters," Gallon said.
Gallon carried with him
minder of his bn'pf
of travel as "Larry Desmond."
nanoKercnier witn tne initials
"L. D." showed from the pocket
oi ins sports coat. ...
Gallon said he "wolrn nn" tint.
denlv while sitting nn a ramant
form at a construction site where
no nad been working in New
Orleans. He took his problent 6f
lost identify to the RBH Crns a sI
nevaspapers --which- managed" to
1 CUII11CU UIC IUUJJ1B.
mixed the substance .with the
chicken drippings,- poured it over
tne cntcKen,. ana cauea .tne cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren to eat,
Kittlnger, the sisters, and their
2 year-o'd brother, Roger, were in
the middle of; their meal when
Mrs. Van Horn returned home,
and discovered Kittlnger had used
roach powder she had bought
from a door-to-door salesman six
month a ago.. She called the fire
Kittlnger and the children al
ready were suffering the pangs
of the arsenic and flourine poi poisons
sons poisons which formed the powder's
Mrs. Van Horn and her hus husband,
band, husband, Duane, -29, bad a tragic
reunion at the hospital where
Roger and Klttinger died as the
Struggle to. save the sisters
'1 was .wrapping Christmas
presents, for"; the children a teddy
bear for Roger when they called
me from the hospital that he was
dead," Van Horn said.
Set For Two-Day
The Panama Typographers U U-nion
nion U-nion will celebrate its 39th anni anniversary
versary anniversary with -a two-day program,
starting at 7:30 this evening with
the coronation of Queen Isabel 1,
by outgoing secretary general Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Lopez, at the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon Polyclinic auditorium.
A dance wUl follow the brief
coronation ceremony. Music will
be furnished by Jarvis and his
A requiem high mass will be
sung at the Santa Aana Roman
Catholic Church at 8 a.m. tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for deceased members.;
Other activities are: 9 a.m.
Matinee at the CeciUa Theater
for members' children. 10 a.m.
First game of 1958 season
Printers Softball League. 4. p.m.
Running of Handicap "Dia de
Tipografos" handicap at the Pres President
ident President Remon Racetrack. Queen
Isabel will present the cup em emblematic
blematic emblematic of victory ,to the owner
of the winning horse. Lopez will
award a pair of Elevator shoes,
donated by Sion Bassan,, tf t"
victorious jockey. 8 p.m. Instal Installation
lation Installation of officers.
Secretary General, Jose Rivera;
secretary of organization, Rober Roberto
to Roberto Silvestre; secretary of finance,
Claudio Gibbs; press and radio
secretary Harmodio Taylor a n, d
secretary of correspondence, Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Abbott.
Assistant secretaries of organi organization,
zation, organization, finance, press and radio
and correspondence are: Roberto
Linares, Francisco Urriofa. Mario
Ramos arid Santiago SaHcnea "Ar?
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Gels Record Score
Men fit A battery, 764th AAA
Battalion, Fort Davi. achieved the
highest score on record in the Pa Panama
nama Panama Area by a 90mm gun unit
during their recent senii annual
service practice firing at McKen McKen-zie
zie McKen-zie Range. Theyy chalked up an
Upon their return to the battery
site members of the unit' were read
a letter of commendation from
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB deputy commanding gene general,
ral, general, on the outstanding manner in
which the practice firing was con conducted.
ducted. conducted. Battery commanding officer
Capt. Joseph P. P Bednarz fur further
ther further congratulated the men for the
efective state of training, they
achieved to accomplish the supe superior
rior superior rating. Sgt.. William Thomas,
battery radar mechanic, was given
special mention for maintaining
the radar set at its high state of
In 'charge 'of the firing were
Lapt. Bednarz, 1st. Lt. Lawrence
P., Stamps, gun platoon leader; leader;-1st.
1st. leader;-1st. Lt; Ronald H. Nieman, range
platoon leader; CWO James Eler,
assistant range officer; M Sgt.4l
Thomas Pecot, gun platoon ser sergeant
geant sergeant and M Sgt. John McPhaul,
range platoon -sergeant.
Another unit of the 764th, D bat battery,
tery, battery, recently ran up the highest
recorded score for 120 mm firing
during their service practice.
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i SATURDAY, DECEMBER liC?li5jt
35 matches In King's Ransom
In Dunlop Finals
In Children's Day Game
Golf Tourney This Weekend
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; ; bailors CONRAUO bAKOtMNl -
f -' y.: ..0 ,.: ;: ,
: I 1 Chesterfield manager Stanford Graham today nam
ed lefty Jim O'Reilly to start on the mound against tte,
I'S.t Carta Vieja Yankees at the Olympic Stadium tomorrow
' afternoon at 3:30. Right hander Jim Umbricht will be on
p the hill for the Yankees.
At the same time Graham predicted that the Yanks,
who have been beaten by southpaws in the three contests
they have lost this season, will be seeing a lot of portside
pitchers before the young campaign ends early in Feb
Last night Dave Benedict spun a All of the Beermen s runs came
. ..neat five-hitter as he shut out the in the first frame. A leadoff single
'Yankees 4-0, besting Jerry Davieiby Clarence Moore, a throwing er
awno was me vicum 01 mree un
' ; Benedict, who became the first
Khurler to do a white-washing job
;tnis season, did not allow a Yan-
CiJtee runner to reach second base in
.chalking up his second triumph,'
- both it the cost of Carta Vieja
' .Davie, who was also trying for
victory No. 2, now has a record of
. one win and two losses. He gave,
u$ four of Cerveza Balboa's six
safeties in the seven innings he
.'worked and was relieved by Bob
ror by Davie on what should have
been a doubleplay, an infield hit
by Hector Lopez and a sacrifice
fly by Floyd Robinson brought in
the first tally.
Walks to Billy Shields and Pepe
Osorio forced in the second run
the third came on a forceout and
the fina marker crossed the plate
when a doubleplay try was unsuc
Strangely enough, three of the
five hits, all singles, allowed by
Benedict last night were to left
Don DeGroote got two, one in
the second and the other in the
ninth; and one went to Whitev
Schmidt in the second. Right hand
hitters Bob Barron, in the fourth,
and Spider Wilhelm, in the fifth,
were the two other Yanks who
solved the lefty's offerings.
Benedict struck out six, walked
three, and was aided by two dou
Chesterfield is now one-half
game ahead of .the: Beermen in the
standings' with Carta Vieja a full
A Yankee win tomorrow would
place the teams in a three-way tie,
with three wins and three losses
There was noticeable improve improvement
ment improvement in attendance last night,
which was hailed as encouraging
by loop officials. Children will be
admitted free to all Sunday after
The final matches of the 1957
Dunlop Golf tournament now be being
ing being completed at the Panama
Golf Club will be played this
weekend when Jim Hinkle plays
Gordon Dalton in the 1st flight
final match, and Rollie Gleichman
plays George Dilfer in the' final
match of the ..2nd flight.
The first match above promis
es to be very close, with Hinkle
giving up one stroke to Dalton
on Mo. 5 hole. Both golfers have
been shooting within four or five
strokes of par during their
matches in the past week, and
with the present condition of the
course, a sub-par round can easi
ly be expected.
Rollie Gleichman advanced to
the final round by defeating R
de Mena 4 and 2 last Saturday
De Mena was not up to his usual
game and Gleichman had a rath
er easy time of it. Both were
Dlaving with a handicap of 15.
Dilfer took over the medalist cf
the 2nd flight, Jorge Boyd, by
score of 3 and 2, although Jorge
had a handicap advantage of
Int he second final match, with
Gleichman meeting Dilfer, George
will be giving his opponent two
handicao strokes, one on No
and one on No. 14. Despite this,
Gleichman can give Dilfer a
real battle if both are playing to
Both of the final matches in
the men's flights will be 36-hole
match Dlav contests.
Arrangements arebeing made
to present the trophy awards to
the medalists, winners and run-
ners-up in each of the two men s
flights and the women's flight,
the latter already having been
played off and won by Irene LRob LRob-inson.
inson. LRob-inson. The date of the vrd
presentation will be announced later.
TO GET PLAGUE
CHICAGO (UP) .Stan Musial,
who won his seventh 'National
League batting championship this
year, will De presentea wun a
plaque for long and meritorious
service to baseball" by the Chi
cago Baseball Writers at tneir an
nal dinner oh Jlnljl;
Cerveza Balboa's Dave Benedict
scattered five Yankee
singles last night;" to
score the first shutout of the young
season. The 27-year-ojd portsider
was in complete control of the sit situation
uation situation as he chalked up his second
victory in as many starts. Not a
single Yankee runner reached
second. He gave up three Annie
Oakley's while fanning six.
The Btrmn cam up with
three fast twin killings and per performed
formed performed flawlessly afield. Field Fielding
ing Fielding gem of the night was Floyd
Robinson's catch of Johnnie
Kropf's sinking liner in center
field in 'the eighth inning. The
fleet Cerveza Balboa middle
gardner took that one right off
his ahoe, tops and received a
thunderous applause from the
good crowd in attendance.
Benedict's performance was the
second complete job to be turned
in by a Cerveza Balboa pitcher,
the first being Winston Brown's
six-hitter against the Smoker on
opening night, Dec. 1.
Attendance showed a boost at
last night's game, and if thing
continue to improve and the
team maintain the present cali calibre
bre calibre of ball they are now playing,
the prolongation of. professional
baseball in Panama can be con considered
sidered considered assured.
Carta Vieja's 'starter Jerrv Da
vie dropped his second decision in
three starts, his own wild throw
in the first inning paving the way
for his defeat. After Clarence
Moore had singled to open Me
game, Alonso Btathwaite hit back
to the box. Davie in his hurry to
start the DP threw the ball into
centerfield, Moore going to third
on the error and Brathwaite to sec
Last night's game was played in
the fast time of one hour and 58
minutes. Aside from a couple of
beefs about calls, on first base, the
umpires did a good job, and with
a little more urging from them the
players undoubtedly will step up
the tempo and games will be com
pleted within reasonable time.
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The Battle of The
R I O
Drums of Fu Manchu
SEA OF THE LOST
- Also: -ARIZONA
VICTOR I A
ESCAPE IN THE
THE RING CIRCUS
Lewis and Martin
TT 1 i
necior lonez men tannert nn
down the line that was allowed to
roll. It wound up hitting the tlyrd
base bag for a scratch hit. both
runners holding. Floyd Robinson's
long fly to center scored Moore.
Walks to Billy Shields and Pepe
Osorio forced home another tallv
and when the Yankee infield tried
unsuccessfully for a double play on
trrenaia s grounder, Lopez and
isnieids registered the final Beer
men tallies for the nieht.
Davie got himself together and
retired Kellman, But the damage
was already done as the four runs
proved to be all Cerveza Balboa
needed to win.
Carta Vitja Ab R H O
Bartirome, lb ...... 4 0 0 12
Kropf cf 3 0 0 3
Barron, ss 4 0 l l
DeGroote, If 4 0 2 2
Boak, 2b 3 0 0 2
Schmidt, rf 4 0 1 1
Wilhelm, 3b 3 0 1 1
Shantz, c . 3 0 0 2
Davie, p 2 0 0 0
Glamp 0 0 0 0
Aylmer, p ..,0 0 0 0
30 0 5 24' 16
Alonso Brathwaite finally had a
"K" placed beside .his name on
the books when he swung lustily
ana missed at a Davie three and
two pitch in the seventh inning.
Glamp walked for Davie in 8th.
Moore, ss ...... 4 1 1 1 3
Brathwaite, 3b 4 1 0 1 3
Lopez, 2b 4 1 1 5 4
Robinson, cf 3 0 1 1 0
Shields, rf 3 1 1 2 0
P. Osorio, lb 3 0 1 7 0
Grenald, If 4 0 0 4 0
Kellman, c 3 0 1 6 0
Benedict, p .. 3 0 0 0 0
Seventy golfers will take off on
the 6,433-yard course of the Pana
ma Golf Club course today and
tomorrow to complete their ched
uled matches in the first round
of play in the 1957 1958 A- G
Reynolds "King's Ransom House
of Lords golf tournament. With
35 matches scheduled, the course
promises to be laden with golf
ers, caddies, spectators a the
two men's flights and the one
women's flights start the tourney
in tne mens 1st flight, sever several
al several of Vie matches, are scheduled
to be hard-fought, with Bill Le
Brun meeting Haryey Beall, Mau
rice Muller meeting Jim Ridge.
Dr. Massot (1957 medalist) meet meeting
ing meeting Kade, Luis Chandeck meeting
Negro" Arias, and several oth'
ers. The 'low handicap players
will be fighting to retain their
place in the' tourney as the play
in all flights will be with the full
difference in handicaps.
Players are reminded to check
the schedule lists before play to
assure application of proper num
ber of strokes with the revised
handicaps which were adjusted as
of Dec. 8. Players are also re reminded
minded reminded that in the event of a tie
at the end of 18 holes of match
piay, that all matches where
handicaps of the two players
will continue only until one play
er wins the following hole. If the
handicaps ofthe the two players
are different, 18 additional holes
must be played with application
of the full difference in handicap.
This applies to the ladies' flight
The matches scheduled for com completion
pletion completion by 6 p.m. Sunday e v e e-ning
ning e-ning are as. follow:
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Summary Errors: Davie, Boak,
Barron.- Runs batted in: Robinson,
P. Osorio, Grenald 2. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 1. Two base hits:
Shields. Doubleplay s: Brathwaite,
Lopez, P. Osorio; Wilhelm, Barron,
Bartirome; Moore, Lopez, P. Oso
rio. Sacrifice hits: Robinson.
Struck out by: Davie 2, Benedict 6
Base on balls off: Davie 2, Bene
dict 3. Left on base: Carta Vieja 6;
Cerveza Balboa 6. Pitchers record
Da vie. 4 runs, 4 hits in 7 innings.
Winning pitcher: (Benedict 2-0).
Losing pitcher Davie (1-2). Um Umpires
pires Umpires Thornton, Holsinger, William
son. Time of game: 1:59.
CALENTO TO WRESTLE
NEWARK, N.J. (UP) Willie
Gilzenberg, manager of two-ton
Tony Galento, one-time h e a v y y-weight
weight y-weight challenger, is negotiating
with Promoter Emile Czaja for
Galento to make a tour of South Southeast
east Southeast Asia wrestling rings, Czaja
has offered a guarantee of $10,-
REDS BEAT SWEDEN
STOCKHOLM UP) Russia's
hockey team scored two goals in
the second period Thursda4 night
to edge out Sweden, 2-1, before a
crowd of 5,800 at Olympic stadi
um. The Swedrsh goal came in tne
third period. r--
1st Flight, Upper Bracket
Le Brun vs Beall
Arman vs Dr. Gerrans
M. Muller vs. J. Ridge
L. Chandeck vs "Negro" Arias
R. Torres vs. Baldwin
Rey Valdes vs. Al Corsale
Carlos Arosemana vs Padre
P. Abad vs Luis Martini
Dr. Massot vs B. Kade
P. Moran vs E. de la Guardja
M. Moreno vs Jim Hinkle
. IB. battler vs.. M. Espinosa
R. Walker vs Al Saarinen
R. Hurr vs R. Dehlinger
G. Dalton vs E. MacVittie
Babb vs A. Matheney
2nd Flight, Upper Bracket
'R. Aleman vs C. Sosa
Capt. Harrington vs E. Fidan
Rupp vs Swenson
J. Cardenas vs Carpenter
R. de Mena vs Kaplan
J. Westman vs Richardson
Bass vs Gleichman
M. de Janon vs,J. M. Boyd
Woodruff vs A. Tapia
Sihauste vs P. Duran
Kascher vs A. de Mena
Robinson vs Doel
A. de 'la Ossa vs J. Valdes
Ted Wilber vs D. Halman
M. Monzo vs R. Boyd
Willis vs C. Kline
Women's Flight, Upper Bracket
Pat Waring vs L. Jones
Kay Purdy (Bye)
Maggie Dalton vs Alice French
Yvonne Bass (Bye)
Sylva Carpenter vs C. Hunter
Irene Robinson (Bye)
Helen Owen Bye)
Peggy Porter. (Bye)
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
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Lost M ,v.4' 2
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield fO'Rillv
Carta Vieia ( Umbricht 1-0,
Came time 3:30 p.m., ,-
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT iX.
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa 4, Carta Vieja O,
Another Weekend Of Decision
In National Football League
By HARRY WISMER
NEW YORK (UP) It's armthor
weekend of decision in the West
ern Division of the National Foot
oaii league, and when thmgsare
all over, there can he anv nno
of thnee situations.
Threi teams can still be tied fnr
the lead, necessitatins a two-cram
playoff. Two teams can be on top,
maiung one piayoir game a must;
or, one team can be riding the
crest all hy itself, ready for the
championship game with the
It will be a weekend with a pre
mium on forward passing, espe
cially on the West Coast. And
those three teams concerned, the
ban Francisco 49 ers. the Balti.
more Colts and the Detroit Lions
Loulswille 89, Iona 65
Princeton 72, Upsala 56
Colgate 83, Florida Southern 63
St. John's Washington and Lee 73
Dartmough 84, Houston 64
urandeis 88, Suffolk 59
N. Carolina 91, Furman 74
Richmond 70, Texas A and M
VMI 82, Roanoke 77
Alabama St. 93. Alabama A and
Loyola La. 92, Tampa 53
Bowling Green 78, Canisius 65
Eastern 111. 87, Quincy 80
Oklahoma 66, SMU 58
Texas Western 63, McMurray 52
Iowa St. 54, Brigham Young 4t
Utah 71, Los Angeles St. 59
Oregon St. 63, Seattle 55
Sou. Cal. 79, Loyola Ca. 60
allrely on the air' route for1 most
01 their scoring and ground gain-
that all three contenders will win.
He picks the 49'ers to defeat the
Green Bay Packers at Kezar Sta Sta-At
At Sta-At Los Angeles, the
S?2f m from. the Rams,
28-24. And. at Ch can. r.,i-
weather is predicted.- th T.inn
Without Bobbv Lavna will ufo. th V
Chicago Bears, 21-14, in a sizzler.
one thing is certain. There'll be
sellouts at Chicago and San Fran-
Cisco, and more than 90,000 pen-1
pie at Los Angeles.
As the leaeue winds
lar season of big weekends.we
have another Saturday contest. Al
Philadelphia the Eagles meet the
Chicago Cardinals and we nirk th
Cards, 21-17. On Sunday at Wash.
ington, the Redskina will beat tha
Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-21 and in
New York, the Eastern champion
Cleveland Browns will lose to the
New York. Giants.. 2717. nrmciDal.
ly because Paul Brown will want
to keep his team from crippling
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aeVBobbTHu Bat cheior Connie Bl.hop and Bev Pilfer. (U.S. Army Photo)
The fast thin vestige ofthe care carefully
fully carefully nurtured fiction that big
league tlub owners are in baseball
for sport ha? been ripped away
by the shoddy disclosures at the
policy meeting in Colorado.
Their plan to pipe their games
into minor leaeue territories 6n
Sunday in direct conflict with Ioc-L
-1 ll.ylUb. liM'''1H(rWrt1x, HthH
off, for the sabbath is the only
day the smaller fellows, even now
c&se to insolvency because of
radio and TV invasions on other
days, can hope to earn a quarter.
Frank Shaughnessey, president
of the. international League; has
the right work for them, greedy."
He could have added hypocritical.
On the one hand they profess to
sympathize wth the minor's plight,
on the oilier;? they proceed with
callous deliberation make it
intolerable , v
How eaifanysclub owner who
participates in this $1 million grab
even pretend that' his concern for
the genieral welfare of what he
likeaXtte'call' the reat national
pas0me;3 r'not completely: soverJ
shadowed By a far greater concern
for-the siie- of his bank roll:, t y
1 capitalistic country, it is
surely 'flo crim Joimake a buck,
but to f.ke it in the bogus guise
of civics-spirits and sportmanship
is throroughly indecent. ; Even so,
this, latest manifestation does serve
a useful purpose.- From now on
there can be no1 doubts,, whatever:
There is also .significance, in the
fact that Shaughnessey and his fel fellow
low fellow protestant turned to Congress
for relief. In other days they would
have turned to the commissioner's
office; (But the commissioner no
tlended with Genitu
. Mr Mi I
M WMlMtk V f I
Wu wvtr wren f'V I
longer runs baseball. T'he big
league club owners do.
Ford Frick, present incumbent,
rules from the book. It's the cluu
owners book. When old Judge Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis died they rewrote it. Under
the all embracing clause "con "conduct
duct "conduct detrimental to baseball" Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis had unlimited authority. The
thib owners got rid of that one
Baseball is without leadership
today because the club owners
want it that way. They've sub substituted
stituted substituted followship for leadership.
They lead, the commissioner fol follows.
lows. follows. Frick says he's on the side
of the minors in this hassle but
claims he can't act because of
Department of Justice warnings
There is no reason to disbelieve
him. Efforts to get Washington
to foitaulate policy which base
ball can practice with legal bless
ings have been fruitless.
Sn even, if Frick had the autho
rity to act, he'd have no way of
knowing whether the government
would approve; or not.
Because it is patent that there
can be no collusion in indepnedent
action...' though we do not ignore
the possibility that one can be
made -td look like the other... the
risk of federal intervention.
Ostensibly this is a program a
club owner may accept or reject,
depending on how itchy his palms
are. Reportedly, five clubs have
already signed on the dotted line.
The Yankees Indianas, Reds, Phil Phillies
lies Phillies and White Sox.
, This is a stituation that can be
explained only and solely on the
basis of money hunger. All the
club owners had to do was to tell
the network they weren't interest interested,
ed, interested, a preposterously romantic
thought if there ever was one.
What makes the club owners'
attitude all the more indefensible
is that they are, fully aware of
the minors' desperate, struggle to
stay afloat. Yet to meet the emer emergency
gency emergency they would scuttle the ship
Each club owner lias within
arm's reach a factual account of
what has happened to the minors
since the majors began to blanket
their areas with radio and TV.
In '49, with on such competition,
the minors drew a record 41 mil
lion attendance. This year the ae
irreeate had dindled to 17 mil
The (minors are totally at the
mercy of the 'majors. Any time
a major league franchise is shifted
a top minor league is put out of
business, or critically cnopled, e.
the Pacific Coast1 League, now
reduced to tliFh ttus, because
the Giants and Dodgers wanted
in. : A cot throat competition in
which only the neckr of the little
fellows ever how blood.
' SIGNS FIRSf PLAYER
ST. LOUIS UP Woe Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, reserve first-baseman whose
spectacular pinch-hitting played a
major role In the St. Louis Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal bid for-the National Lea en
nennant. si fried Thursday for 19."8.
lie ist he first player signed by
Win" Devine. who succeeded
Frak "iane general manager
oft be Cardinals, f
Star Gridder John David Crow
Became A Man At Early Age
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) John David
Crow became a man at an eariy
age, which may help to account
for the fact that today that blond
Texas Aggie grid star is every everybody's
body's everybody's All-America and the Back
of the Year. . .'
. John David.- he is eauea, w
a 215 pound- halfback who hits
like a bulldozer. The only phase
of football where he is better than
as an offensive threat Is when he
clobbers a -guy on defense.
It's all part and parcel of his
Because when John David was
born the forceps slipped and since
then the left side of his face has
been paralyzed. The left eye
never closes. not even when the
violence of his "play" ouries it
into the sod. When he smues ms
face is lop-sided, for the inert
left side of his mouth stays where
it is as the right side raises. -J
"He would be a very handsome
lad," somebody once said t o
Coach Bear Bryant, "if it wasn't
for that affliction."
Fits "Nice" Deseriptloiv '
Bryant stared the fellow in the
eye and said:
."When he carries the ball, he's
the most handsome lad I've ever
Underneath that lop-sided smile,
John David Crow is a handsome
young man of 22 who fit the de description
scription description "nice." He is easy-going,
down-to earth, modest and yet,
with it all, a very selfpossessed
young man who stands a tall,
straight 6 feet 2.
Youngsters can be very acid
and unkind. They were to John
David when he was- growing up
with lop-sided smile and the ,eye
which never closes. So through
grammar school and through high
school he had to learnt o "take it"
with the grin which grows on you
the more' you see it.
, RecivM Heisman : Trophy
Proof of bow far be came with
that early maturity and ; recipro
cal dnve is the fact that Crow
got his start in the iny paper
mill own Springhill, La a
hamlet up in the northwest cor
ner near Arkansas, lie tried for
West Point but never rird from
the Academy after they 'received
his transcript. They probably
made a mistake, bseause Jonn
David carried a B average In
math through Texas A&M where
t : -.
he majored in business adminis administration.
Today he is the toast of the
football world, having received
the Heisman Memorial Trophy
award Wednesday night as the
Player of the Year. Next, after
an appearance in the Gator Bowl
against Tennessee and the All All-Star
Star All-Star game-arHonftufti," lie'll ap appear
pear appear in the livery of the Chicago
Trvouts will be held at Mount
Hope stadium next Wednesday and
Friday at 3:30 p.m.
AH1 bova over Little League age
and who are not 16 prior to April
1, 1958, are eligible to play, if they
are attending U.S.-rate schools.
Players will be selected at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the managers on the date of
the final try-outs.
The League will be comprised oi
four teams. They are, last year's
chammons. Mottas. sponsored by
Colon's businessman Albert Motta,
and favorite to repeat; Buick, for former
mer former champions, sponsored by Jack
Kerr, of Smoot and Hunnicutt;
M.R.A., sponsored by Margarita
Recreation Association and the
Jets. This team replaces tire old
C.P.O. and is sponsored by base-.
ball booster Gil Morland, of the v.
B. Fenton and Co. Anyone who is
interested, and has a bit of experi experience
ence experience with boys and baseball, may
contact Morland at 3-1278, as a
good manager is needed.
This year the league is making
a concerted effort to raise oper operating
ating operating funds. In the past only a few
firms and individuals were con contacted,
tacted, contacted, due in part to the great
helu rendered by the U.S. Navy.
Needless to say, the Navy is no
longer with us, so we shall be
seeking others to take up me siacK.
All donations to the Atlantic Teen Teenage
age Teenage League will be acknowledged.
Happened to ..
Harry Jeffra, a tough little man
out of Baltimore, won the world
ban smweight championship from
Sixto Escobar in 1837 ana me
featherweight crown from Joey
Archibald in 1940. Later he lost
both titles back to the original
owners. But he still was a key
figure among the little men until
1942 when Chalky Wright flattened
him in 10 rounds, in his, own home
to7n of Baltimore, in an unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful effort to regain the feath feather
er feather title.
Whatever happened to Harry
Jeffrae Today, he is 43, out of
the fight game but very definitely
to "rating" He's "a jockeys' Igenf
with apprentices Tom Lee and
George Crbss as clients.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, IM? v
f'Xhi i:v-:TH'JS; SPACE- ISFOR SALE Y"
r- FOR INFORMATION ;TELEPHONE 2-040
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. On mil past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHM.LIPS Oceansld Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1 67 J.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homai. on
beach. Phona Thopmson, Balboa
I FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedroom.
; $85.00. San Francisco. Tel. 3 3-'
' 3-' 6089.
j FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
garage, ate. $50.00. San Fran Fran-cisco
cisco Fran-cisco 6th Ave. Wtt. 67.
FOR RENT: Bedroom with
porch; independent service and
entrance, to gentleman. Above
chalet 2020, Via Espana, El
Winds Hit Japan
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iso nublic fJrure in history
than the controversial James J. Walker, mayor of New
York during; the Roaring Twenties, and although not all
the names were intended to be complimentary, their num number
ber number is a measure of the attention he garnered and the
mark he made on an era. swarming with colorful person personalities.
alities. personalities. Walker, whose turbulent story is told in the Vista -Visten-Technicolor
"Beau James" OPENS ON THURSDAY
19 AT THE LUX, starring Bob Hope as the songwriting
playboy-politician, earned for himself the sobriquets: the
Night Mayor; Jimmy the Jester; the Fashion-plate Mayor;
Dapper Jimmy; Jimmy the Boy Mayor j the Jazy-Age Mayor.
To the teeming millions of the great city, however, he was
just, plain Jimmy Walker, and that's the name they, voted
for in droves to the rage and consternation of his po political
litical political detractors and Republican opponents.
AUTO MM, S. A.
Box 546 Panama, R. P. --.Tel. 3-7437
Has for sale the following slock
6,000 shares of common slock
af $10.00 per share
.to complete finanemg of the "3 minute car
wash,' drive-in restaurant and shopping
center on 50th Street across the street from
th "EI Baturro"' supermarket in Panama
For complete inform?.ion and for the buying of
these shares kindly contact Mr. Phillip Hartnan,
President of Auto-Bano, S. A. and the Foreign Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President of The American Auto Laundry Association,
at the present Auto-Bano (3 minute car wash) on
the Transisthmian Highway mtis Sears. Mr. Harman
it there from 9 in the morning until 6 at night
YOU CAN BUY EITHER' OIF. OR
ATTENTION. 0. I.I iut kuitt
modam furnished apartments, I,
2 badroonu. hot. cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Wilcox Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. Park's Front. New Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Garage facilities. P. 0. Box
630 Tel. 877. Colon. v
FOR RENTFurnished one
bedroom, modern aparment, ga garage.
rage. garage. All conveniences. 168 Via
FOR RENT: A decorater's own
apartment, completely furnished
3 bedrooms with our condition. -television,
water heater freezer
and beautiful decorative orna ornaments.
ments. ornaments. Call 5 to 7 p.m. 3-0581.
FOR RENT: $50.00 -furnished
apartment, North American
neighbors, frequent transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, little yard. Tel. 3-0471.
Bureau, wash tubs.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, new house. Perfect for
bachelor or couple alone. Call
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, Gl Inspected, $50.00 and
$55.00. Phone 3-2068. Via
Porras No. 99.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, Living-dining room, 2
bedrooms, stove, refrigerator,
43rd street No. 64, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, tea view, unfurnished, in
52nd, Street No. 1-22. Formerly
ever had more nicknames
I.T.AVE YOV AO WITH ONE Of OUK
INTERNAL. Dt PUBI-ICACIONKS-No S
DAnutk no, u srreei muKKiSfinu-ain or Jul Ave. at J Hi. j
PARMACIA LUX"IM Central Avenue HOURKHOI.D RXCHANUE J
VAN-DRR-JIS M 8treet No M FARMACIA FX BATURRO Pevan
the Bella Vltta Taeatre. COLON:
FOR SALE: 1940 Buick Sedan Sedan-ette,
ette, Sedan-ette, radio, good tires. Engine
and brakes recently overhauled.
$80.00 cash. Reliable transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Quarters 2546 Cocoli.
Phone Navy 3138.
FOR SALE: 1957 MGA,
feet condition. Must sell.
Call per-Call FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet,
power glide, duty paid. Phone
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysltr
Windsor 4 door Sedan. Radio,
heater, new battery, good con condition
dition condition $925.00. 886 Morgan
Place. Phone 2-1496.
FOU SALE: 1954 Hillman. 2 2-door
door 2-door Sedan, duty paid, new bat battery.
tery. battery. Excellent condition, 36
miles per gallon. Call Panama 3 3-6526.
6526. 3-6526. FOR SALE: Morris convertible
in good condition, new top, very
economical and practical, leather
upholsterv. Tel 3-6075.
Gibraltar Ufe Lna. Co.
lor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
155 Central Av.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
Rainboy City Will
The members of the C a n a t
Zone Civil Defense Volunteer
corns of the town of Rainbow Ci
ty, will have their installation of
officers at their meeting tonight.
The regular Wednesday meet meeting
ing meeting for this month has been
canceled and this joing Christ
mas Party and installation
of officers wilt be held at
7:30 p.m. at the Rainbow City
schooi music room on Saturday.
The oficers who will be instal instal-ed
ed instal-ed or the year 1958 are: Mrs.
Mabel Anderson, zone warden;
Mrs. Verona McDonald, asst. zone
warden; Mrs. Idalia Richard, first
aid warden and Miss Beverly
for Pronot Service and
II-!-'-' 1 ,U '" 1.1
Central. Avenue 12.1SS Tel. 432
FOR SALE: Simmons hire -a
bed couch, double bed lixe. $60.
Otrs. 577-A. Telephone 83 83-2128,
2128, 83-2128, Curundu..
FOR SALE: '57 RCA Whirl Whirlpool
pool Whirlpool Supreme automatic washer
with suds-saver. Make offer. Call
FOR SALE: Electric Range
Zenith, like new. Calle 50 No.
, 49 downstairs.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse Re Refrigerator
frigerator Refrigerator "25 cycle, porcelain,
good condition. $60.00. .777 H
. Williamson Place Balboa. Tel,
FOR SALE : Eight niece, of
eight-strand bamboo living room
furniture in excellent condition.
Half price. Phona Panama 3 3-0526.
0526. 3-0526. FOR SALE: RCA 21 "Console
Television" 60 cycle, 2560 cy cycle
cle cycle record changer. Phone 2 2-4316,
4316, 2-4316, house 6404-A. Lot Rios,
FOR SALE Kenmore automatic
washer, good condition. Call 86 86-6104.
6104. 86-6104. FOR SALE: Two single beds,
very cheap. Phone 3-7755.
FOR SALE: Hot Point fully fully-automatie
automatie fully-automatie washer, 60-cycle, good
buy. Sterling Silver Flatware,
Kirk "Repousse" Pattern. Phona
Curundu 4141 afternoon.
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture
repaired and finished. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed workmahshio, completely
new, wrappings, home delivery.
Also repairs made at home.
Reoair and refinish mafmaany
and metal furniture. Taller
"Jimm"" oooir Hotel Rooser
velt. Tel. 2-0386 Panama.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 4 bur burner
ner burner Tappan stove with light
and window, good condition,
very low priced. Call 3-1789.
FOR SALE: heap. 1 bed, 2
cribs, 1 youth bed, 2 chest of
Drwers. France Field 08-756.
FOR SALE: 4 piaca bamboo
set., $80.00. Maple dinette set,
$50.00. Phone Balboa 2896.
House 2317-A, Las Cruces.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
ftwoio jet, like naw, $ 1 00.00.
FOR SALE: Furnishings for'
three room apartment including
stove and refrigerator (60 cy cycle)
cle) cycle) will sell separately. Call
FOR SALE: 3 piece living room
suite 268-D Gamboa Tel, 6 6-147.
147. 6-147. FOR SALE: Sewing machine
Singer, portable electric, $30.00.
FOR SALE: Automatic May Maytag
tag Maytag washer. Excellent condition
$100.00. Phone Albrook 86-4282.
AGENTS 0 OUK Oricra AT H- "IT itTKEBT,, PANAMA LIBREttlA
Utter, PI.. CASA ZAI.DO-.C.tr.l Ave. 45 LOURDM .PHARMACY
I nil III.. liUMifrrJTTH
?&?WMAtu!ZuSrZ9 rVa. Ul NQVKDADE1 ATOM Bid.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Bert offer 11 Vl H.
boat w7VJ h.p. motor. Must tall
by the 1 5th. Qrts 585-A Kobba.
Will trade I Yi h.p., tingle Phase
25 cycle 1)5 volt motor for
more compact iV or VI h-P-motor.
Phone Navy 3138.
FOR SALE: f nfirali ri ri-tauranr
tauranr ri-tauranr and toda fountain busi business
ness business catering to American, clien clientele,
tele, clientele, situated close to the Canal
Zone.' Leaving the country.
Phone 2-0035 Panama.
FOR SALE: Apartment house
in Sanford Florida. 1 3 rooms, 2
apartments, large corner lot near
ichool and 4 blocks from center
of town $9000.00. Telephone 2-
FOR SALE: Chalet with or
' without furniture 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maidsroom, garden
with large porch and children's
swimming-pool. 7th Street No.
700 Telephone LAS CUMBRES
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN,
nice level lot, total price:
$936.00, half cash, 10th. St.
Rio Abaio. 312 meters. PAT PATTERSON,
TERSON, PATTERSON, No. 15 36th. St.,
facing Finance Ministry, 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. FOR SALE: NOW OR NEVER,
only $544 down payment, one
bedrbom cement block house,
$28.00 monthly. 1 0th. St. Rio
ASajo, city water and light,
RUSH. PATTERSON. 36th St.
No. 15, faeinq Ministry of
FOR SALE: 8 weeks old. Black
Springer Spaniel. A beauty, call
FOR SALE: Dacshund male
thoroughbred, fine watch dog,,
$40.00. Panama 3,1892.
FOR SALE: Dslmation puppies
Call .Navy 3772.
FOR SALE: Crucianelli accor accordion
dion accordion in perfect condition., Phone
FOR, SALE: Girl's bicycle 24
inch wheels, bargain. $20.00.
Telephone Balboa 1462.
Leaving fof Washington, D. C.,;
last night via .Pn American Airways-
were EnvojS and Mrs. Ear Ear-lene
lene Ear-lene Scale of the Salvation Army
Citv Corps 1 who will enter full
time service .at Central Corps in
Scale, who ior the last seven
years worked' as, guard with the
Canal Zone Police Department is
one of the Panamanian members of
the Salvation Army who has pre
viously served full time with this
Mrs.'-.Scale,, a native of Barba Barbados
dos Barbados who grew up in Panama is
able, to play several musical in instruments
struments instruments and has been an out
standing young peoples worker in
the Army. A
A large gathering filled the hall
on V 15 de Febrero : street last I
Wednesday evening to bid farewell
to thei couple. Maj. W. A. Bishop
pfesided over the program. Head Heading
ing Heading the list of speakers was sec sectional
tional sectional officer Maj. J. Sundberg.
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E;CIADO-T itreej P3,
182 I- C""
FOR SALE: By great popular
demand Lum's tale extended
until 15th December. 30 Iff.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: Train Ser-Ho-track.
Horse & Saddle outfit.
Phone Curundu 5104, House
22T1-D, So. A. tt.
FOR SALE Duncan Phyee mi mi-,
, mi-, hogany dining suite, $195;
Louis JCIV bed with newly re re-upholstered
upholstered re-upholstered innerspring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, $85; 25 cycle Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house porcelain refrigerator, $40;
metal library table, $ 1 0; 6 foot
ladder, $4; wheary .wardrobe
trunk, $5; beginners bicycle,
$10; wicker chain, etc. Balboa
4250; house 5155 Diablo; 4-6
FOR SALE: Until Dec. 28,
1957 $$$$$$ Radio Spare Parts,
Xformers, Coils Output Xformess,
Condensers, 400 Misc. tubes.
Three Communications Recievers.
Misc. Amature and Ham Equip Equipment;
ment; Equipment; Will sell Complete Lot
' $500.00 or individual items at a
very small percentage of cost
price. If i interested call at
Quarters to examine, or inspect.
Do not telephone estimates or
oiscription of items will not be
qiven by telephone. See at
Quarters: Ernest B. Curling;
5183-A Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
low mileage. G. E. refrigerator,
gas range, water header, all new.
Anytime, Panama 3-7599.
FOR SALE-$ave; fnoney! Buy
Clavco building blocks. 4"x12"
x12". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco & Alfereria. S.
A.. Via EsoaSa No. -37-40.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1949
Deluxe 2 door 98, new paint,
tires, accessories. $290.00. Tape
recorder, 75.00. 545-A Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu HeWs.
FOR SALE:; Woman's ring. Star
ruby with 2 diamonds. Half price.
$60. Call Gamboi 6-379.
JFOR SALE: Small gelding
"Horse;' small pfano; ratfio-phono-'
graph combination; blackboard;
miscellaneous. Balboa 3715.
FOR SALE: Christmas Records.
Big assortment. Also classical and
popular on 33 13 r.p.m. Aaen Aaen-cias
cias Aaen-cias Diaz. 37th St. No. 6-A,
Open nites until 10 p.m.
FOR SALE: West Coast iaxx
records. Shelly Manne, Bud
Shank, etc. Aqencias Diax 37th
St. No. 6-A. Open nites.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, radio, 6 ply tires, new bat-,
tery. muffler and tailpipe. Me Mechanically
chanically Mechanically perfect, $250.00. Ad Adding
ding Adding machine, typewriter, record
plaver, 2 radios, 500 poket
books, qood condition. All talk talking
ing talking Hill-Mynah. world's best
tankinq birds $75.00 a pair; Kit
foxes, live snakes, animals and
snakes' skins. After 4:30 -week
day. All day Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday 885 Morgan PI. Phone Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. 3169. :
FOR S ALE Low mileage 1951
Chevrolet coupe automatic,
"Roto Broil" electric barbecue,
ladies winter clothes, linens,
FOR SALE: Christmas trees Iri
all sixes, on sale now. Choice
solection of U. S. and European
Christmas tree ornaments. Also
Chrntmas decorations and lights
fat homes, stores, clubs and or or-e.'nix'tions.
e.'nix'tions. or-e.'nix'tions. American Supply
Co.. "J" St. No. 13-06.
FOR SALE: 24" Hercules boy's
bike. Excellent condition. Lionel
FOR SALE: 2 Enqlisch bicycle
(oirl's), excellent condition,
$30.00 each. Phone Balboa
2896. House 2317-A Us Cru-
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WANTED Young 'male book,
keper with knowledge of short
hand In English and Spanish,
' Pleas refer to Cia. Petrolera
; California. Lid.; Room 204 Port
- Captain. Building, Balboa C. Z.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ;
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI-
"The People of Panama" at $5. $5.-50
50 $5.-50 and "Costa Rken Life" at ;
$3.25, autographed by John and
Mavis Biesanx, gift wrapped, and
sent anywhere.' Send cheek or
money order to Marwil Book Co.,
33 West Warren, Detroit 1
WA NTED :- Girl, Must be good,
took. Good salary. Pa not apply
without references. 51st street
No. 4, on the hill,
WANTED ? Pfap-pen and Stro Stro-ler.
ler. Stro-ler. Tel. 32291.
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PFC. JOHN T. PARKER, right,
Company, Fort Amador, receives a Certificate of Achievement"
from his unit commander, Capt. Victor Jil. Fernandez, for
outstanding service, during his assignment with the unit.
Parker Ji as been a driver with the company since Its activa activation
tion activation in April 1946, and is now returning stateside for separa
tion from the service. His home
Fidanque htermanos e Hijos
Announces that ;
Juan Antonio Narvaez is-no longer an employe of
our firm and is therefore not authorized to make col col-lections
lections col-lections or transact, any other business on our be behalf.
half. behalf. v 1
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, December 12, 1957
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new car dealer, Must- have 15
years experience as mechanic
' also' able to spsak English and
Spanish. State, age, experience,
reference ana salary expected.
3 -minute car wash $1.7 steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars. $6. Auto-Bane. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
The best dinner; and drinks
are served in our modern air
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bar Hotel Intornacional "Pla "Pla-ri
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WASHINGTON, Dec. (UP) -The Air Force will build a new base in Maine for the nation's first icheduled
operational-intercontinental missite Capable of striking deeii Into Russia, j' '' ;
The Air Force said the 12 million dollar facility would be built at the Presque Isle Mrfore Base to handle Its
5000-mile Snark guided missile. "v V, '''.
"; The service said it would begin acquiring additional land to start cotistmction at Presque Isle, next month; ;
Snark units assigned to the base wiH be under the Strategic Air Command's E,igbth Air Force. The announce--ment
said a Snark unit normally would number.740 men. &"'.". 7- ,( VV''r
The snark, which is armed with nuclear warheads, is a pilotless bomber -which travels through the ctmo-'
epnere at speeds slower thwi that. of sounds 'lf'-Cii:$&.&r
About 50 of the 'birds" have i make more rockets available "at
keen test flown Irora tne cape ua- an eany aaie.
laveral, Fla.raissile test center
tnd the last twd' were reported to
lave gone tne mil sow-mue iengw
They landed In the South At At-tanrie
tanrie At-tanrie only few miles from the
tarsal canter. '
More than 100 airmen have been
undergoing training on the. missile
at the Hawthorne, Calif., plant of
Northroo Aircraft Inc.. where the
Snarks are built.
They will be graduated next
Tuesday and be assigned to Patrick
Air Force Base, the parent base
for' the Cape Canaveral test cen-
Jer,, where tney wm ne orgamzea
flito the nation's first Snark .outfit.
The Ait Force aaid the unit at
Patrick "will have an operational
capability" and will be transferred
to the Presque Isle base when it
; Meanwhile William M. Holaday,
the Defense Department' missile
hief, disclosed that the United
States plans te launch a thou
sand-pound earth satellite and
, probibly.has the rockets to do it
, now. -THe
also revealed -that Defense
Secretary Neil H. McElroy had or
dered an immediate speedup in
the Atlas intercontinental ballistic
missile program. He 'said it would
Of Its Officers
Holaday- made the disclosures
before 1 the Senate Preparedness
subcommittee 1 as It opened hew
hearings Into the U.S. missile-satellite
Chairman Lyndon B. Johnson
called for a missile speedup' to
cancel Russia's props ganda
"blaclcmall." v f i.VV
7 he suocommittee received a
series of criticisms Of the v.b.
programs from men inside and
Holaday agreed with a number
of complaints and suggestions but
defended the overall rocket program.-'
He said the United States had
progressed at a rapid fate in the
rocket field iind has not been han handicapped
dicapped handicapped by "a lack of thrust," He
was asked' whether this country
has ''the thrust" to launch a thou
sand-pound satellite, roughly equal
to Russia's dog-carrying Sputnik
"I believe iwe have this same a-
bility,'! he replied. "We're plan planning
ning planning that. I would not like toldis-
.1 .1 J .a i 1- I
ujuse uie uaie i uus uroe.
Russia's second Sputnik weighed'
1120 pounds, including the final
stage of the launching rocket f
Theusatellite; wfuch thii coun
try oxpacts to launch next March
in .'connection with the Interna International
tional International Geophysical Year will
weigh 21 pounds.
Holaday refused to retract a
statement he madfr in a speech
last weelfe that the United States
could launch large s a t e 1 lites
"whenever we want them."
But he said he did not mean to
morrow because it. would take time
"to put the material together,"
Holaday disclosed the Atlas
speedup after subcommittee coun counsel
sel counsel Edwin L. Weisl read a warn warning
ing warning from James R. Dempsey, gen general
eral general manager of Convair Corp.,
manufacturer of the Atlas. Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey said Russia would increase its
missile lead under present U.S.
planning. - --
Holaday countered that the Atlas
program was "being accelerated to
make more wings available at an
He declined to say in public ses session
sion session how great a speed-up had
been ordered or how much it
Johnson then asked a seritt ef
questions aimed at the possibili possibility
ty possibility that the speedup was ordered
as a result of tho subcommittee's
investigation. Holaday said the
decision was mado seme time a a-go
go a-go but confirmed only yeaterday
bv lattor to tha Air Pnrca.
Holaday's defense of the rocket (.needed,
letter the subcommittee received
from Dr. Ernest Stuhlinger of the
Army's Jupiter missile project.
uStohlinger. ws one of three men
who said the Armyt could;' have
launched a satellite in'1956. '. r;
Holadav ? thought the' date "was
probably a little -bit earlier." But
he conceded that the government
made a "mistake", in 1955 when it
turned satellite development oyer
to the Navy rather than using the
The Navy had to start from
He Insisted, however, es he had
; in a OoC. 1 1 speech, the day be be-fore
fore be-fore the ill-fated Florida eatellite
launching attempt, that this eoun eoun-try
try eoun-try could put, a satalllte in orbit
'any time. J -:- v
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Girl Affer Jilt
The ; Army announced, today
f,hat it will- mot maKft any aaai aaai-Itional
Itional aaai-Itional forced separations of offi officers
cers officers In achieving. its year-end
strength for liscal year 1959. H-
' First half of fiscal, year 1958
'Involuntary releases remain uh uh-changed.'
changed.' uh-changed.' These' releases will be
eompletea as maicaiea Dy oraers
received by tnamauais cunccnir
ed. All have already been noti-
U?The reduceJsjtrepKth tor. flscal
year 1959 will be reached with
but forced separation by a com combination
bination combination of reduced procurement,
normal attrition,, and .other Dorr
mal administrative, procedures.
Weather Or Not
r,This weather report for the
t4s hours ending a.m. today.
U oreoared b the MeteorolOr
sricai and H t d r o if r a p h I c
Branch of the Panama Canal
- - Balboa Cristobal
lafnd Ddc. 31
(max. mph) NW-17
RAIN (Inches) 0
.(!lnner harbors) 80
Owners of commercial vehicles
in the CariarZone have been re
minded by the Motor Transpor
tation pivision tnat they only
have until Dec. 31 to obtain an
nual inspections prior tc obtain
ing 1958 licenses.
Vehicle are cneciced for con
dition of their vehicle. lights;
and Other "operating 'parts in
compliance with Canal Zone
traffic regulations. Thev are
marked with stickers when they
pass inspection;' i ..
inspection -of commercial ve
hicles licensed in the Republic o!
Panama but operating id the ca
nal Zone, started Dec. 2. and will
continue until the end Of Janu
ary, it was announced. .The an
nual inspection ,of private veni
eles licensed in the Canal Zone
win begin Jan. 2 and v-m conti-r
nue to the end of February.
Vehicles to be inspected should
be taken Into the Motor Trans-
oortatlon earaees at Ancoh and
LCristoba.1 for irSpectlon ctunng
regular wonting nuura.
All vehicle owners' have been
urged to bring their vehicles to
the garages for inspection at an
early date in order to avoid last
LONDON, Dec.' 14 (UP)
Farrell, 3Q, said today she jilted
Henry Ferri. 38. because he
i snowed up on ner doorstep wltn
a butterfly tattooed on his nose,
a coiled snake on his cheek, a
tree on his forehead arid jthe
words "Cut Here" on his throat.
Ferrl, a former seaman, ex
"I quit my job as a boilerman
at a restaurant and that caused
a tiff with Tilly," he said. "W
argued and I recalled words
spoke to her years ago.
"I said then; 'Tilly, if you ever
leave me, I'll have my whole
face' tattooed so that ho other
woman will ever look at me.
He made good his threat. Now,
,no woman will look, and certain
ty i niy aid not,
Not at the butterfly that flap flapped
ped flapped its wings wheri he grinned.
Not at the tree on ihjs fore-'
head. Not at the flying dragon
and coiled snake on each cheek.
Not even at the bold "Cut
Here" tattooed across his throat
AVhen he refused to'jdiscuss de-
ll It Jj' t S J
tans ma puduc, jonnson aemanaea
wny a cioseo-aoor nearmg was
- Johnsbn asked whether Holaday
would have to discuss military de'
velopments "The Russians don't
After, hesitating a moment, Hol
aday said: "I .don't know all the
Kusslans may know. But I consid
er it would help Russia if I dis
closed details publicly."
Air Force Trying
THIS U.S. ARMY CRANE Tylth an air "hammer attachment' is
driving a fifty-foot pile which will be used by the 518th Com Combat
bat Combat Engineer Company to build a bridge acioss the: old French
Canal at.Mindi Farms. .The! riew brldge;";when completed, will
.allow the engineers to dredge out the old anal In that area
so that drainage water during heavy ram storms will run out
to sea rather than flood the area. (U.S. Army .Photo)
SUNDAY, DEC 15
Scientist Killed In
H Bomb Research
l:gS 3:52 :?2 8:5? p.m.
TWO OP THE WORLD'S
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LONDON,' Dec. 14 (UP) A nu nuclear
clear nuclear scientist was killed and
three other mei were Injured
ciaent bv urwoe-g nyarogen
Bomb Research Station, it was
. The announcement said radia
tion was not involved.
The Atomic Energy Authority
said a fire broke- out in a fur
nace at one of the laboratories
the top-secret establishment,
111 OIUCIUIMWII, DClMUliC, SU
II miles northwest of London.
I! Douglas Whittaker. 39. seniori
II experimental officer, was In In-lured
lured In-lured fatally. vThe other three
. victims received only "superfi
A speciaj board is investigat investigating
ing investigating the accident.
Rocket Nol In US
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The National Academy of Scienc Sciences
es Sciences called Upon Russian scientists
today to explain why they tjiink
fragments of the Sputnik I rock
et teu on u.s. territory. w
The Russians have demanded
return of the fragments, claim
ing that according to "available
data" some -not entirely burnt
remnants of the rocket came
down along the west coast -of A.
Dr. Detlev Bronk. president of
the U.S. Academy, notified the
Russian Academy- of Sciences
yesterday that no trace of the
fragments had been found.
But. he told Russian Academy
president A. N. Neaneyaoov that
this country would keen lookine.
iBronk said it would helD the
search if the Russians provided
the "available data." -"Our
review thus far of sifiht-
ings and tracking ef satellite and
investigations of reports of ob
jects sighted do not indicate
rocket or remnants fell in Unit
ed States or Its territories. We
have no report of finding any
such bodies," Bronk said in a ca
In his wire,' Nesneyanov told
Bronk the Russians wsnted the
rocket remnants because they
would provide "valuable data con-
venng phenomena eecuring when
satellites enter the denser atmo
Record Freeze-Costs; Florida
$25 Million Vegetable Crop
To Grab Limelidhl
Jays Missiles Chief
WASHINGTON, nee. 14 (Upl
ine Air Force today put on ice
Its plan to establish a disputed
Space Projects Agency until De
fenae Secretary -Neil H. McElroy
returns irom Europe.
Defense officials said McElroy
wno is attending the NATO
meeting, in Paris next week,
wohablyi woldjSrightie'o,ut a
arrSl bvM thi :' 'agency! hich
nas nared between Pentagon
brass and the" Air Force.'
Air Force Secretary James H.
Douglas yesterday set aside the
order .that started theurisdic theurisdic-oonai
oonai theurisdic-oonai .hftttlp tivft-Vtriace
He said the order was issued
"prematurely" last Tuesday as
tne "result of a misunderstand misunderstanding"
ing" misunderstanding" between Air Force officers
and defense officials.:
-'Douglas saldvhe had assured
the Defense- Department that no
action would be taken to estab establish
lish establish the contemplated "dlrecto-;
rata n winauflil tvn41 t
could be coordinated with the pomorrow. .,..
specific nlan for a new SDace ucaia- W norvn ceuirai riouun, f t
. . A 41.. hAMlH... .inif. M 1 V -V'
agency in tne Department 01 rje-,uu "w wuiciiisinusc ,y-
fense. -ange and grapefruit ben, reponeo;
, an official 4,2 degrees this morning
with the 'outskirts recording a low
of 10 degrees.. That is the, coldest
Florida weather Since 1899 '-,
"It will' he several days before
,, we can determine4:the damage to
i citrus." said -Homer Hooks, gen-
IV IIVUIH WV lUIIUII
MIAMI, Dec. 14 (UP-A told
wave, plunging tnermometers tne
lowest' in almost 60, years, dealt
Florida a 25 million dollar loss in
winter vegetables today and spread
serious damage through the- citrus
While tne southern prong or me
freeze burned itself out in Florida
sunshine, the nation as a whole
counted 73 weather connected
deaths. Of the total, 39 were from
fires, ..mostly in the southland
where seldom used neaung equrp equrp-ment
ment equrp-ment wax overtaxed.
This-wasiithe most disastfioas colCWtn.,xhe .orth but Sthe
blow to Florida growers sinCe'the death tttlr TOhuntedL" Twp persons
cold wave of Dec. 11. 1934,- and died in Cleveland from heart at
the temperatures generally were tacks suffered while shoveling
much lower than, were recorded snow. (
that year. ' I Two to seven inches of snow fell
The frigid air left the state about.in pari oi new angiana wiu lows
: -l-l7Z - 4 . J :M .... j, til. OH. mnf "llrthf ma...
as quiCKiy it inuveu lu iwu uaj
value of the late (all crops harvest harvested
ed harvested last year, the1 losses will ap
proximate 25 million dollars or
more, according to agriculture of
' two Florida deaths blamed; on
the arctic weather were Mrs. Ag Agnes
nes Agnes Haliett of Miami killed when
a heater exploded in her home this
morning and Julia Robinson. 79-
lyear-Ojd JJegro, who was killed in
j iire caused iy an over-heated
stove in her Jacksonville home.
A band f warming air moved
across the Plains states to ease the
Quake Buries 11001
Survivors Freeze I
TEHERAN.: Iran. Dec. 14 (CP).--The governor Of Hamadan
province telegraphed today that earthquakes buried 1100 per persons
sons persons in a single village and the toll was still rising anions;
homeless survivors caught ln. a 'subser freeze. ;;! ;
The disaster rebort came from rarsani, naraest-nit of do
zens of northwest Iranian settlements rocked by violent earth
quakes before dawn -yesterdayi;:" ;'?-'-i" ''-vy''s':'' V'v:"
v A ; brier messare from tne provincial goyeraor. to .. mierior
minister All Jalali Indicated most victims were crushed under
the remalna of their tumbled homes, 't ;" : T
hi'ltard'boei hadVphe 'would take days to
been recovered.' ,'
(. Another 250 persons were esti estimated
mated estimated dead' in other areas but
with '.communications shattered
no accurate toil could be- esti-l
mated, :'"-av.'..'.:''' -': -. y
FarsanJ, the governor tele
graphed, was levelled a field of
tumbled masonrywhere several
thousand farmers and villagers
had lived until the pre-dawn
tremors. ,. y .:
Sub-zero weather added to the
disaster.5 Relief was far away for
widespread areas in the lonely
nuis country stretchine between
uie capital anq iran s ironuers
witn irao and Turkey.,
The British air" attache here
Group Capt. J. Pelly-Fry, survey
ed the disaster zone from1 the air
in an embassy plane.
Two Iranian Air Forte planes
airlifted s -tents,4 blankets and
medical supplies Into Kerman
Local Red Cross officials esti
mated as manv as 75(7 persons
It was the second such disaster
in Iran this year. An estimated
lauo persons were Kiuect in
quakes that rocked the Elburz
mountains last August
The auakes yesterday appar
ently were, part of a widespread
upneavai under the eartn s crust.
A severe tremor also loiteo
Athens. Gfeectf, cutting electri
city m tne oiyraoa suouro. am
no casualties were reported.
The -quakes struck in remote
and mountainous northwestern
Iran Just as the people, including
600,000 Kurdish tribesmen, were
urine to cope with a biting win
try blast that blanketed the re restart
start restart with snow and sent tempe
ratures bejow the zero mark.
The area encompassed' tnree
provinces Kurdistan, Hamadan
and .Kermanshah and the
shocks were so widespread that
no accurate casualty or damage
estimates were immediately pos
Because of the terrain and
road blocks caused by the earth's
get relief supplies into some vil
lages. v-"-'' V -a,
; lt was fes(red that the bitter
weather wquld add, to the quake
tOll-'Sv- t-:..i' i'.rw ,':c.'is'
Relief teams with picks and
shovels started hacking through
some of the debris last night to
ciear paths and dig out the vic victims;
tims; victims; cv'''.' -u:. A
" A' v; -1-1 ?r', ,'4'f-' ;
Dies In Florida
ago. Temperatures ranged between
50 to 65 during the afternoon and
warmer weather was predicted, for
in the '20's and light snow
Brings Bad Luck
NEW YORK. Dec. 13 (UP) All
Bernard Jackson wanted for
Christmas was $50,000 -but he
picked Friday the lt3h to try and
Jackson. 27. a Nearo. strolled
Into the Chemical Corn Exchange
Bank at Broadway -and 54th
Street, bypassed the payday
crowds at the tellers' windows and
Vat down at the desk of John
Croninr assistant manager.
. vi don't want to create confu confusion
sion confusion in this Christmas rush," Jack Jackson
son Jackson said softly, "but I have a sun
in my pocket and I want $50,000
in -15 bills." v.---j; f -v.v
U-onin went to a cage, sot the
money and whispered to the teller
that he was being held up. Patrol Patrolman
man Patrolman Robert Tennant, standing in
plain clothes outside the cage,
overheard. Drawing t pistol, he
walked over and nabbed Jackson.
it turned out that most
of the men in the payroll lines
were off-duty policemen. The po
lice station is just around the
LI. V. A. Garlow,
Former C. Z. OHicer,
Dibs 'In Tampa Al 71
Lt. s William A. Garlow, former
memBer of the Canal .1 Zone Pq Pq-Jice,
Jice, Pq-Jice, died Dec 10 in, T a m p i,
F16rlda.i according to news re received
ceived received be friends en the Isthmus.
He was 71 years old. ;
' A native of West Haileton, Penn-
niKrnnif j. T t : HfltilAiii..- aima wa
that suffered by vegetable th. Ca Zone durinr con.
powers. yXhe 3,300 hboxesbfj ptruction days and- joined. the po.
irut.,ii, m .w, nee rorce in isiu. except tor -a
were tbelieved -. damaged seyerely j three-year ?break' from r19l5 to
because of the thin skins jA that. jg i service was continuous
, r rnmMia.t'AH
The. damage to. the $300 millionj
citrus, crop may tun even higher
fruit. There were an estimated 26.
000,000 boxes of grapefruit most
With the Police Division tunul his
retirement in. 1945., For, many
of it tipestill on the trees when years he was Station Commander
uie cwu uie..' oumc vi v, waa iw m adcou. 1 f
lieved -to have- been hurt badly.
The orange crop still on the trees
included an estimated 45,000,000
boxes of rine earlv and mid-sea
son fruit and 43,000,000 boxes ofjiieior
oranges that will not be npe until j-'
"If we have an unusually long
period of warm weather, damage
to frost-bitten oranges and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit will be even greater," Hooks
said, referring to the chemical re reaction
action reaction that occurs in fruit that has
been frozen. ---.
' J. B. Owen of. the U.S. Agricul-(
rare juepanment a vegeiaoie in inspection
spection inspection division at Orlando, said
tender vegetables were wiped out
ax far south as the Everglades.
" Comparing the damage to the
He is survived by his wife; a
son, William, Jr.; and one daugh
Funeral 'services were to be
in 1 Drums, Pennsylania
Sdi'lor- Dives Into
n Heroic Rescue
LISBONDec?i 14 if UP1 An
American sailor dived into 60-foot
high waves in a -raging: Atlantic
gale : yesterday to save another
seaman swept off the U.S. De Destroyer
stroyer Destroyer Gearing it was disclosed
The U.S. Navy here Identified
the heroic sailor as Gunner's
Mate 2C: L, W. Beckhaus of the
tanaer. saiamonie. his nome aa
oress, ano, tne name d the man
he saved. were sot known because
the ships still were at sea Jf&':
The Gearing, : desperately short
of fuel, was ,trying tOi. take on
fuel from v: the .tanker. when -the
seaman went overboard,:' the Navy
said. .ty., '-i.-'M-,
.Towering waves, prevented both
ships from getting a line to him.
But Beckhaus, an. expert swim'
mer, dived without hesitation into
the turbulent sea. He reached the
struggling seaman and held him
up until both could be hauled back
aboard the s tanker an hour after
the man went overboard.
The Gearing and the destroyers
Mtfilav fnrfa) en a ttn mnA PnVtat
H.tMcCard, were enroute to Lis
bon before Joining the U.S. 6th
Fleet when they were diverted to
search for a U.S. Air Force jet
pilot Who parachuted over the
Atlantic in yesterday's storms.
He still was missing.. ,J
A giant wave smashed ;the
Manleys superstructir yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, killing -one seaman and
injuring several others.
The Navy today identified the
man killed as Thomas R. Mann.
32. commissaryman 1C, whose
wife, Mrs.' Helen Mann. lives in
Norman D. Glayeili, retired
Panama Canal employe died
early yesterday morning at a
hotel t in St; Petersburg, Fla.,
where he and Mrs. Giavelli were
visiting. News of his death was
received bv relatives on the Isth
mus. He was 63 years old.
Mr.-and Mrs.. Gia vein left the
Canai Zone six months ago and
had. ,since visited relatives and
f riendsj on the east coast. 'AI 'AI-though'
though' 'AI-though' Mr.' Giavelli was.tetired
from service in July 1944, Mrs;
Giavelli continued hef employ
ment as a nurse with the'.Health
Bureau and was retired Mast
June. She had been employed for
the nast several rears at Corozal
He was bornr In Bermuda and
came to the Isthmus with his
family during the earhr canal
construction period. He was first
employed in 1908 as a messen
ger; Later he entered apprentice
training and alter completion of
that training In 1919, he was emT
ployed as a -machinist in; the
Mechanical (now Industrial) Di-
vision. ' i
During the last few years of
his employment he served as
layerout machinist, leadingman
mafchinist, and as planner and
estimater in the Mechanical Di, Di,-vision.
vision. Di,-vision. x ) 0
In addition to his wif 6, Annev-
he is survived by two married
daughters,. Nora and Elizabeth,
who live In the States; a son,
Martin, of California; a brot?f,
Leon Giavelli, & Arraij an; a Sis Sister,
ter, Sister, Mrs. Madeline Shore, of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla.; and a nephew. Al- i
bert A Shore, of Gamboa,
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