The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:02441

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Khrushchev Wants

r MOSCOW,' Dec, JL' (UP)' Nikita Khrushchev and
Foreign Minister Andrei Cromyko today rejected the NATO
call for a foreign minister's, conference and said world prob problems
lems problems would only be solved, with arv East-West "summit''

coherence w.m rrwuwi
.The call for a top-level

chevf jthe leader of the Cwnmunist Part-ty, whe tad such
a meeting 'could aolv all utstandingj' problems includ including
ing including disarmament in this age of missiles and sputniks

" .Gromyko spoke lirst at I Joint
session of the Supreme Soviet (Par
iTiampnH.
In a 40-minute speech he -accused
thP West esoecialy B r i tain.
' France, the United States and Can-

! ada ofL hampering msarmamem

f -hv linkine it with suctt : "extran

eOUS SUDjeciS 5' ucniiaiij'.
He spoke of the just-ended NATO
session in Paris and aaid Den
mark. Norway and lfrance urgea

' action on the peace proposals put

, forward by Soviet Premier MiKoiai
- Bulganin and declared that Den Denmark
mark Denmark and Norwaipido not "Want
American missile bases.

Girard Blames Reds
For $lirrin(ilp
Jap Public Opinion
" OTTAWA, HI Dec. 21 ?UP -.
.AVilUam S. Girard, who as a GI in
Japan received a i four-year; sus sus-pended
pended sus-pended sentence from a Japanese
coart in the firing range death of
a Japanese womai today warned
t Communists for stirring1 up Japan Japanese
ese Japanese public opinion in his ease.
Girard, in an Interview with ra radio
dio radio station WCMY? said, he wasn't
able to'talk freely' .jiboutKhis
. "Every serviceman ( a e sed
overseas should be tried in this
country's courts," he said. He said
he thought that agitation in his be-
, half in the United States during the
furor over his trial "definitely
helped me." 'V-T
"Who do you think stirred up the
Japanese in the ease?" he was
asked. . A-'.i--''
. The Communists. Jn Japan,!j
1 Girard. said. ; w:
"Do you think you were "turned
over to a' Japanese -court as a sort

' of political .PPeanementT" he wtW Sd bX govnt

"Yes 1 was." he replied.
- Girard said that ; most of the
statements issued in his name at
news conferences while he was in
- Japan were "supplied by .the-Ar-my."-:'-.--'
v'--"-f
He said he hoped to stay in Ot Ottawa
tawa Ottawa and never wants "to be in the
.limelight again," : l .'j -?
"1 just want to settle down," he
jaid. At present, Girard and his
Japanese wife "Candy"? are living
with his brother, Louis. v,
Bomb Exolosion ;
In Plane Washroom
- LYONS, France, Dee. 21 (UP) -French
police today investigated
the explosion of a bomb in the
washroom of an airliner i flying
from Oran, Algeria, to Paris last
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The exrs'osion ripped a hole In
I' Fide of the plane and forced it
nifxe an emerepney landing

Hrc. Nonp of the

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conference came Tronj -Khrush-U.t

The arming of West Germany
with missiles would be a "danger
to Europe?? Gromvko said.
'i Gromyko's bluntly worded speech
appeared to be an outright re rejection
jection rejection of the NATO conference's
invitation to Russia to resume dis
armament talks at the United Na
tions, or. to discuss arms in a for
eien ministers conference.
"It would not be hard to guess
what would happen if we sat down
for talks under conditions that can
bring no solution on disarmament,"
the foreign minister said.
Civil Airline Pad
Soviet
By
LONDON, Dec. 21 (UP)-Brltaln
and the Soviet Union signed a
civil airline pact today providing
for Moscow London flights by
planed of both countries,
' The treaty specified "agreement
in principle'', only and details of
the prdjected service were left for
future consultations
Informed sources said, however,
that the service would provide for
two British and two Soviet flights
between the two capitals via Cope Cope-hagen
hagen Cope-hagen each week beginsing next
summer. 1 iv. v-.
The' sources said the treaty was
the first, step in a Russian cam campaign
paign campaign to win passenger routes into
North and South America. v
' The Soviets will-use the TU1M
jet, nly passenger jetliner now in
commercial service, the sources
said. The Soviets have offered the
Ministry of Civil Aviation a TU-
102 to test against Western Stand-
dards for safety andnwse, they
added. .: ---i 1
The tritish flights to Moscow will
owned British European' Airways
BEA, using turboprop Vicounts.
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Groucho Malevolent Bump
In Christmas Swampwter

, By WILLIAM EWALD
Air:"
NEW YORK, Dec. 21(UP)-In
this Christmas season when TV is
so full of synthetic good will, Grou
cho Marx is a refrshing study in
ill-will.
Now listen, lady you can stop
. right-mVf
gay disliked Christmas
like It. I love it
What I don't like Is the phony,
cuddlv-bunnv. treaclyi mush-heart:
edness that seems to ooze out of
each channel like warm egg, yoke
at this time of year.
Jn the middle of all this emotion
al swampwater, Marx stands like a
malevolent bump.
" He operates with cheerful mal malice
ice malice and takes no apins to hide it.
He scoffs at the guests on his
show, he baits them, he makes
jokes about their jobs, their ap
pearance and what they sometimes
offer up as their ideas.
He is TV's foremost balloon
pricker and hot air-chiller and J
am grateful to him for it.
Let's not have any illusions about
his NBC-TV show,
The contestants are a pretty
trumped up bunch and most of
them seem to have drifted out of
trees.
The auiz part of his auiz show is
just so much parsley. Nobody takes
it seriously and not much money
is involved.
That's all to the good. I'm get getting
ting getting pretty tired of experts on Per Persian
sian Persian mushrooms and Bulwer-Lyt-ton,
" ;
The stuff out of which Groucho's
show this week was manufactured
Juries Nowadays
Are Too Smart,
Judge Complain
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 21
(UP) Juries, Judge Richard
Dews said today, are often too
smart to get their Jobs done
nowadays.
"In the old days," Dews said.
"we didn't nave a much intel
ligence on juries and they were
aiwayr not lor a verdict.". But
he said today's juries are of a
"fine caliber and we gest
to many hung juries."
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miniature Santa
;
was typical-; Marxian dial-hectic
tsic).
He had a gentleman on his
show who said he could chew wood
and he did. He had a lady who
was married to a gentleman who
owned five liquor stores.
: "Would you have married him
if he had five grocery stores?"
asked Marx, '-." -';
-tfl would .have married him"' if
he had five. banks," replied the
lady in what may have been the
year's" tastiest non-sequitur,
There was a professional wres
tier and another lady who bad a
barber-drummer for a husband.
i She sang "I Don't Care" for rea reasons
sons reasons 1 didn't sufficiently compre
hend and Marx commented:
"There's not a dry eye left in the!
house. In fact, I'm afraid there
isn't anybody left in the house.
Well, that's not much of a joke
actualy, but it was sufficiently
sourbau to maxe my night.
Billy Graham's NY
Crusade Yields
$217,618 Profit
New Vork; Dec; 21 on?)
Evangelist Billy Graham's cru crusade
sade crusade to save New York netted a
profit of $217,618 on a $3,000,000
budget, it was announced today.
Graham's organization, the
Billy Graham Evangelistic Assn.
in Minneapolis, received a totpl
or $337,483.81 from the grofi
crusade receipts of $3,130,521.66.
Edwin F. Chinlund, treasurer of
the. Graham New York crusade,
revealed in a final report.
In addition, the New York ex
penses of Graham and his team
were paid lor by the ew York
crusade group.
Graham drew audiences total
ing more than two million dur during
ing during his 16-week crusade. He held
nightly meetings in Madison
Sauare Garden and giant ral
lies at Yankees Stadium and the
PoJo Grounds.
Of the money received dur
ing the crusade. $3,097,961.79
came from contributions receiv
ed at the meetings, : rallies.
through the mail and as .a result
of Graham's Saturday night
television broadcasts. -.
Graham, who receives a sal salary
ary salary of $20,000 a year from the
Billy Graham Evangelistic
Assn., did not personally receive
a share of the New York crusade
receipts.
Based on
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I have always thought that Christmas Is not only a time for pres presents,
ents, presents, but for giving recognition and thanks to those who in our life
have given us so much of themselves. "I have received such supreme supremely
ly supremely precious gifts as friendship, understanding, interest, and unselfish
aid that no amount of material or spiritual worth will be, enough to
repay .them. .- v 1 1
Sitting here in a cool Boqutte night and looking at the
' glistening letters of my typewriter, I. think f all that I have ..
received from my grandfather, Crtde Calhoun.
In .history one reads of great men, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham
Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt. I have known all these men through my
grandfather. He is to me all the brave men who believe in truth,
freedom, and personal integrity, and who unhesitantly champion and
fight for these ideals. ;
, Grandfather has taught me, not with just one example or one les lesson,
son, lesson, but with his life, that bravery and courage are not involved in
strength and physical prowess, but that they are the belief, the mind,
and character that make a man withstand everything for his con conviction,
viction, conviction, ;
All the lessons of life that Grandfather has taught me have been
by example, by a tiny hint, a nudge in the right direction. He used
to give me for every birthday until my tenth as many dollars as my
years.
But on my tenth-birthday I was amazed,' and not a little chag chagrined,
rined, chagrined, instead to receive a thank you note from CARE for a $10 don donation
ation donation sent in my name for a package for a Greek widow with four
; little daughters. This was just after the war,,
Later the widow wrote me a pitifully grateful letter and a sad
description of her family's plight, and what the help I sent to (them

meant, i remember her name

never torogiten ner, or ner cmidren, or those Jn need. That was a
good lesson, Grandfather."
And remember tbi two huge and gloriottl orchids you sent me on
my fifteenth birthday? I thought to myself that day, "What a thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful and real gentleman" my. grandfather' is."
In Low Memorial Library at Columbia University on Oct. 2,
1953, I saw Grandfather ; receive thev Maria Moors Cabot award. I

nave the program with me here

me moment wncn i saw solemn men, dressed in black caps and
gowns trimmed, with crimson; blue,r yellow and Orange satin walk
down the aisle, mtrf of great learning,, and saw my grandfather
walk down with them.. .. r
l,( t4 ',' J would have cried had I net been to terribly proud wherif
v. tw him presented with an award for ''advancing frienaV-7'-;
ship end knowledge among the peoples of the Western Hem. -'- -,,;
Isphere.", I thought: ,f To knit friendship and understanding,-

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pvspiai, can man ao merer j .-.-
I wish I had better Qualities af a writer whii t thiv r .n m.

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help, encouragement, and tireless
me with my writing. ,
Almost everything I've written
composition about the animal,
SV!, E 7hU2Z 7 Jr
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; nc iian never 101a me anyuung
was poor writing, instead he helped to make It better. ..
rcannot tell all I've received from my generous Grandfather.
And there are many here in Panama who can tell a better tale of
this man's qualities.
I just wanted him to know in this Christmas of 1957 when I am
married, and with a baby daughter that I still look up to him and
that I hope he will help me to give my daughter his values and his
courage.
. Brittmarie Janson Pedetchi

Arab Love Potion
Racket In Cannes
Involves US Tars
CAMNES. Dec. 21 (UP Po
lice said today they have : un uncovered
covered uncovered a "love potion" rult.
involving u. s. sailors.
The Tollce said American in
vestigators asked them to track
down the source of a yellow
powaer some crewmen were buy buying
ing buying as a love potion while In
POrt.. ,., .:., ..--'.
They discovered Arab ped
dlers were selling the BOwder
wnicn was only ground coco
nut used as a dusting powder
for babies. ;-
The sailors were pavlne- a dol
lar for-a tube of the powder
worth five cents, police said.
IS It Worth It;;
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 21 (UP)
Gabriel German Perez com
plained to police today that mu
nicipal authorities in his home
town of Tuiancingo nave t a
vefy rude" system for dealing
with drunkards.
First they jail them, then
they whip them, next they fine
them, and finally they have
them sweep the streets. f ,-

the Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute

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A,t4 Tewarser-A,t4 fka USS
H SCORPION to Uoi
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earca iakl4
radi aigaoto tit
(tiaa
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on the table. It takes me back to
Tnr Btrwflfln two res, two
r wiuin etas uic
effort that Grandpa has given
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beeinninff with mV:r,t hnni
vegetable, and mineral worlds, and
7 .Boamtnep abeth telling her
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Nod To Statute
For Atomic Peace
IrAtila. Dee. 21 YUP1 Th.
ministers-., council of the 17
nation ooay prganization for
European Economic Cooperation
auupiea a statute for the nro-
jcticu Aurupean-Atomic Energy
Agency yesterday which will
promote tecnnicai cooperation
among OEEC member countries
in the field of peaceful use of
atomic energy,
'This new body is not identical
with the euratom pool but will
closely cooperate with Jt.
Sixteen of the 17 member
states also signed a converta converta-tlon
tlon converta-tlon concerning safety control
in the field of nue'ear energy.
Ireland's representative did not
yet put his name to that con convention
vention convention because, he was still
lacking Instructions .; from his
government A .-.
J BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, ( DEd 13
Wh. r' Low
4:58 a.nt 11:09 a.m.
5:32 p.m. 11:29 p.m.

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Flo., Dec. 21 (UP) A strin strin-genf
genf strin-genf crack-down on security reaulations at the Air Fores

missile test center has cost two government employes :i
their jobs and resulted in penalties for four otherj.- j
Gen. Donald N. Yates, commander of the missile test 1

center, warned base personnel yesterday that publicity

given the unsuccessful vanguard launching did not signal
the lifting of security barriers on other missiles. r- j
The firings followed an order barring cameramen j
from photographing missile firing from vantage points on
surrounding sand dunes near the tip of Cape Cqnaveraf "I
and was another step in' ihe clamping of stricter security !'
regulations at the base. I f

It was reported that two gov
ernment employes were dis
charged,; a contractor was -sua
pended, a visiting contractor's
security was revoked and
two ;
other persons resigned
Lt. Col.. Sam Bruno, -provost
marshal at the center, said most
or tne base personnel observed
security regulations:
"However, there 1 f.Hr vi
dence that an undisciplined and
Immature minority' persist itf an
utter (disregard for security reg'
ulations." he said,;
- Yates said it -had been brougfht
xo ms attention mat an appar apparent
ent apparent misunderstanding exists
that security restrictions on the
release of information concern concerning
ing concerning missiles and missile testing
has been greatly relaxed. This Is
not so.' ,
The Air Force reported today
it has tightened secrecy' sur surrounding
rounding surrounding u.Ss rocket firings by
banning the use of cameras and
telescopes' near here.?. 1 i
It said it barred theni" from
nearby beaches because "the use
of &uch equipment in observation
of missile tests at Cape Canave Canaveral
ral Canaveral would be prejudicial to the
interests of national security."
Reporters and photographers,
equipped with telescopes and
cameras
with telescopic : lenses,
'nave siaupnea inemseives on
the beach several miles across
o Inlet frnm flia' Mans'. IftunnK.
ing pads to witness recent
Dig
rocket, firings
It was from this site that
newsmen watched the failure of

tne iNavys vanguara roctei to .a. military space scientists sal
launch an -earth satellite. ; today a maximum effort couldi
After the abortive firing the'pUt a manned American space
Defense Department public in-! station 600 miles above the eaithj
formation office was accused of by 1962. ...

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GOING rr At ;ape Canaveral. Fla, the Atlas lntero
tinental ballistic missile Wast off U and is airbror.-
The missile emerges from the smoke 3, and roars sk)
over the Vtlaxtlc 4). It was the first successful, trial lot

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permitting too much? publicity a-,
bout the attempt.
Assistant Defense 1 Secretary
Murray Snvder ha. salrt it, was
useless to try to keep the launch-
tiUK secret wnen as many as zuu
newsmen and others gathered ort 1
the beach to observe them. Ha
also said it was his job to givo
the people the news. -- i
j ; f t .-'
i Snyder? has been defer. -' i by
cnalrman John E. Rose I)-r?l.)
of the House Government mrir--mation
subcommittee.
Indications were tii.it the i
satellite launching effort u, ...... 1
be conducted in 'utmost secrery
and an announcement made a;t a;t-erwards.
erwards. a;t-erwards. i
Earlier this week the Air Force
launched its Atlas intercontinen
tal missile, an event witneci
by the beach watchers.
. But the Air Force said it has
now posted a sign acrosx a road
leading to the site warning; that
cameras and telescopes cannot
be taken to the beach.
This will apply 4o- latmchInj
attempts by all th services.
The beach in tint nar of t.h
Air Force's Cape Canaveral teft,
center. But uie Air Force said iti
action -was permitted Tinder "re "restrictive
strictive "restrictive oroo ertv easement
clauses" on some of the sur-i
sounding property it holds.
ii nas oeen reported that van,
ous Florida motels in-the area;
have been posting launching;
times for their guests.
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Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

- At a recent Town Meeting I stood up and was among the-counted.
' I have no apologies for what was said, but in retrospect, and if feel feel-tags
tags feel-tags were hurt, then, of course, I wish I had chosen better words in
fpplines.

. I make that statement not to soothe the feelings of some in the
tDWmunity because their feelings, in such matters, do not concern

ime The feelings 01 tnose persons ai wnom mjr.imu ic
&o concern me, be they kings or peasants. I do not like intentionally
t -Surting the feelings of another. There is enough Of "man's inhumani-
tW to man" afoot without my furthering that unjust abuse.
''' In the recent Town Meeting It must -be understood that there was
"4 multitude of disappointed people in attendance. It had not been too
Inn fleo that the blueprints for new homes, civic center and high

School had been unrolled on the same platform. I was one, among
ihany who felt this bitter disappointment. Any nerson who under underlies
lies underlies 'the task of being a moderator at a Town Meeting, especially

, ith the feelings prevailing that nignt, couia expect aimosi anyuung.
I was not elected to bring before the moderator the feelings or
"file opinions of others. We have a Civic Council for that purpose. I
'jieard no voice from that quarter, other than an introduction and the
massing out of some certificates. No sound arguments came forty
'from that group. It was every citizen for himself.'
- I am still of the opinion that the moderator of the Town Meeting
as evasive on many points. That, after all, is my opinion and noth nothing
ing nothing more. Little did I realize that reprobation, in the form of anony anonymous
mous anonymous letters, would ever follow an American Town Meeting. Such re reprobation
probation reprobation directed at a citizen who attends an American town meet-

ti is certainly noi iianermg to we i-iuzbub ui u oiunwu. luwuiu luwuiu-ity.
ity. luwuiu-ity. In fact giving it a little thought, considering all of the aspects,
am sure such censure directed against a citizen is not only ironic,

mf ctriirintriv pmharrassine. After an American Town Meeting is

Over, the haranguing is usually left at the Town Hall.
zf I have, as a result of my actions at a Town Meeting, been called
'i task anonymously by one who has lost his perspective. It is in in-'fleed
'fleed in-'fleed irony that one who calls himself "proper" should ever put me,
r any citizen, "in the position where he should have to defend his
'Conduct at what he refers to as a Town Meeting. "Proper Bostonian"
'fiwoii Rnv nr. 151 loeic is not sound: his venomous style is superb;

3us facts are erroneous; he hints at reprisal; he writes anonymously;
Srat ic nvi hp is "DroDer."

X His criticism of my actions are not resented, but as he has lost
Sig perspective, he needs guidance. I do not intend that he leave the
,anks of straight thinking citizens without some attempt on my part
Jta set him right. . ,. j
SL History may find it fantastic that a citizen was required to de-

"fand or even explain nis actions ai a lown xueeung. ijcsl u ue iui-

JJbtten. the aays wnen sam rtuams mu w wme uv me uuui uc
mxm&jai Joyce Jr. are past. The days, of the anonymous pamphleteer
Jms lo past. Their place instead have seemingly been taken by the
. rtv' ahrf rieadlv anonymous writer, who we find weaving his way

fhrnnoh ihe nresent dav. NothinE can upset his aplomb or dignity

because he remains anonymous. He lives in the past of' organized

Aecret mobs, the tar an dfeathers, effigies and illuminated obelisks

J? Let us not lose our perspective. Anonymous names appearing in

('jjjewspapers, placecards ana oroaasiaes nave no piace in me auairs

, fn the present aay. iei us uuueeu ue yiuper ami um uyhv uv. w
;-rti mth r.pnturv wav of doine things; let us not take to task too harsh-

' '-ri men that must, because of non-existing fears, remain among the

ranonymous. Let us instead guide them tut of the darkness and into

V ttfl light. Let those who refuse to be guided or wno insist in remain-

lBg JimOng Hie UUUJ'IUUUS IUXUA UWC W "P

' "penfc Let tnose wno must remain anonymous ueuueiaie ubcjjij', aim
,'j.ihroughly examine their own ways, thoughts, and their own way. of

Z. The men of anonymity have probably regressed too far back in a

. t 'tof minri and hpinff that nrecludea all but the Deraistent in ren

" "derina them aid. Their non-existent fears must be supdued it they.

"r to rank amone citizens: they must be taught to stand up and be

, "bunted; they must come out from behind their cloaks. : They are in
fact a danger to be reckoned with. They "Mushroom" something into
what it is Bot They must be taught that opinions, whether correct or
'mistaken, should be allowed free expression and should not be curbed
- -when such opinions and expressions are not cloaked in the shroud

' rjnf anonymity.
Assumine that the recent meeting was a Town Meeting, my con

i3uct was above reproach. In fact my conduct was, in my considered

.pinion, far above that of those who booed, yelled out uncouth re
t marks, or those who sat there with problems and said nothing.

' r It is seldom that the citizens are given a chance to express their

.''Opinions. When the moderator said snoot" thats what he meant.
. JIe must have been as surprised as I was, instead of a big boom all
that was' heard was a fizzle. Yes, a great big dud.

j if The flintlock was up, ball and wad rammed home, the pan was
rimed. but no one wanted to pull the trigger. Instead of a spray of

Head he got hisses, boos and uncouth remarks shouted at him. There
r'vasalk of maid's rooms, boats and numerous other silly remarks

iong wun ue doos ana msses.
Pray tell, how was the moderator to intelligently evaluate such
f Remarks? He wanted some meat to chew on; he wanted some good

Jound arguments; he needed convincing. The moderator was there
to sell something that was unpopular. The proposal was, in my opin opin-ion,
ion, opin-ion, regression.

1' IF IS alii I IHIHI IHII III 11IK llllllltf Ml Iir MX ItfTIIIlT rVflfllVE 41 III!

sat down. I will admit to doing just that, but had good reasons for

, doing so.
As memories are seemingly short it will be remembered that be-
t'ton I sat down I said, "Well maybe my thoughts are singular." I
Vaused and looked about the hall, looking naively I suppose, for some
"Jkind of support. None was to be found, so indeed my thinking must
vs.4ave been singular. Being beaten I went down.
T w 06 recaUed that the moderator was backed up by a large
fltaff, selectmen if you like, that he could and did call upon for ad ad-TTice
TTice ad-TTice and assistance. Who was I to stand alone against that staff?

tAt't as simple as this I was beaten and I went down. That is not an

l never

f

uncommon haDDenine and will happen aeain. but not to me

J .WfU again attend such a Town Meeting.
.Taking the country as a whole, and even the Canal Zone itself
JNvhera it is said at one time some had to live in box cars, there have
i Jpeen many improvements. If the new proposal is a step backward

-"t My shortcoming was that I did not want to wait for the inevita

ble. Most are still sitting around the coffee cups complaining about
'the new proposal. There will undoubtedly be more anonymous letters
written about this new proposal, but remember no one can evaluate
toos, anonymous letters or the thoughts of those who remain meekly
-.Uilent
-".' I want neither abuse nor praise for what I said. Neither do I
" .fejika the remarks of reprisal or the inferences of reprisal that are
doe in g directed at this family. v
Those that have written anonymously have had their say and I
,ifeel I am entitled to my rebuttal. I feel, also, that I am in a unique
imposition.' I stood up and was among the counted. I can look the
".moderator straight in the eyes and say, yes, I said that
' What about those that boo and write anonymous letters? What
".-tan they say?
a. If-the meeting was a Town Meeting nothing will ever convince
-tae that my conduct was other than proper. Those who call them them-:"A
:"A them-:"A lelvse citizens and "proper" ma fire away at will with their anonv-

ymoui jeners. rooming wm aeier me in my tniniung.

y If on the other hand it was not a Town Meeting, but instead a
..meeting between superiors and subordinates...

;-But enough of this, I am defending my rights to express myself

By CRCDI CALHOUN
V.P. NIXON AND
THI NOSK CON I

Vice President Nixon has been

lecturine the American people a

bout supporting the scientists. It is
good advise, but it has .been the
Eisenhower Administration that

has not supported the scientists.

It came to power with one of the

main issues as ridicule of eggheads.

Nixon and his how discarded

friend Murray Chotiner can claim

credit for the policies and methods

that spawned the Mcuartnyism

that warred on eggheads and su
spected Communists.

One of their victims was Dr,

Edward U. Condon, who was run
out of the government largely "be

cause his wlie was gossipy and

they had gone to a Yugoslav cock cocktail
tail cocktail party." Possibly Mrs. Condon

said things that were not compii

mentary to the Nixons and the

McCarthys

Now- for the cone that President
Eisenhower used as a prop in his
television assurance that the sput sput-nick
nick sput-nick is no more than a fancy

piece of f ourth of July fireworks.
Why he did not tell more about

the nose cone is a mystery, un

iess it was because Dr. Condon

produced the first one and gave it

to the Navy

Although no credit was given to

nr. London, in a speech Col. John
H. Swenson, one of the numerous
assistant secretaries of defense,
gave more details of the first ob

ject (the nose cone) known to have

been regained from outer soace.

He said that during its descent
through the atmosphere it had

glowed with the intensity of

second-class star. At a precisely
calculated moment it had slowed

itseit by ejecting a Darachute

without burning it on the red-hot

metal, men it had put out a bal

loon ana inflated it. a iitti miii.

lotine next severed the inflated

tube, and the balloon was let out
on a tether above the parachute.
Just before it hit the water, it
fired several small bombs so that
the Navy could locate its position
with listening devices. In the wa water
ter water the cone put out an' antenna
and began broadcasting beeps. It
also flashed light signals, put out
a dye marker, and spread repel repellent
lent repellent so that those who came to
fetch it would not be attacked by
sharks.
Now let me remind those who
read and inform those who did not1
read Drew Pearson's column last
Sunday that it was on tho basis
of Nixon's charges that Dr. Con-i
don s security clearance was can cancelled,
celled, cancelled, and that after a long inves inves-Tff
Tff inves-Tff tiott.n whch he was cleared;

"" kuwcao, during k me 1954

The. Squatter

Iws ADJOURNED t
mm F-F
ffih$P'i V SS NK Service, toe. 1

retary of, the NaVy, one Charles

Thomas, to revoke Condon s sec security
urity security clearance.
It was only a few days later

that, despite the treatment he had
received, Dr. Condon offered the
nose cone to the Navy which na

turally refused, because it con contained
tained contained secrets that Dr. Condon was

not supposed to know without top

security clearance.

Sounds silly, when ne invented
and nroduced the cone, but it isn't

much sillier than the candelling

of his clearance to fit in with a
political- speech Nixon was mak
ing in Montana.

The Navy later relented and ac

cepted from Dr. Condon the cone.
Don't blame the Navy as it is not

Supposed to make decisions based
on political expediency instead of
national security. But the Navy is
subject to the orders of the civil civilians
ians civilians in the high executive posi positions
tions positions in the Federal government
and unfortunately too often the

latter are politicians or are sub

ject to pressure from other

politicians high in the' party and

Flmiu km X-12 r

t"uci purposes ue government. ;-

a Perjuaaeaw 'orced the See- Until recently, next to golf and

HOME DELIVERY SERVICE
8:00 a.m. to 2 midnight

BEER
LIQUOURS

WINE
MIXES

bridge, the favorite sports of the
Eisenhower -Nixon administration
has been the breaking of egg eggheads
heads eggheads like Dr. Oppenneimer, ui.
Condon and Col. Nickerson.

The American Legion is right
in asking President Eisenhower to
reconsider the case of Colonel
Nickerson, now in exile at Fort

Clayton.

Much as I should like to see
his Sentence revoked I am ex extremely
tremely extremely doubtful that any action
will result. It seems to me that
Col. Nickerson has the independ independence
ence independence and courage that' are great greatly
ly greatly needed in the Federal govern government
ment government today. I am convinced that
he is being unjustly punished.
But the Legion should remem remember
ber remember that not all of the charges a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Col. Nickerson were plac placed
ed placed on the record at his court
martial. Charges of which he was
patently guilty Undoubtedly Coi.
Nickerson qualifies as an g g g-head,
head, g-head, but, that is not what I have
in mind. .k,
Remember that- this is-a busi businessman's
nessman's businessman's administration to which

TEL. 3-7674
UP AN A
PACKAGE STORE
Calle "55" El Canjtrejo
Across from Hotel EI Panama

' at what a "Proper Bostonian

- :

called a Town Meeting.

John F. Campboll
Pilot Panama Canal

SAUNA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

V

thi BIO inning ;

cid in the litih box.

Have you got what it takes
to earn 520,000.00 annually?
We are looking for an executive
Type Salesman for the South
American Division of a U.S
Management Consultant firm.
Our man must be at least 35,
full of zip and convincing
sales ability.
He must have, sufficient experience
to correctly analyze business
problems on top executive levels.
He will be based in Caracas and
will have an opportunity to earn
$20,000.00 to $30,000.00 annually
based on salary, commissions and
incentives.
- -j . '.
TraveLrequirecL
Send complete personal Resume with
photograph, address and telephone to
Apartado 819 for interview in Panama..
-:. S 1 V. H ... -,
AH replies confidential. -

the President says he has called

the best business Drains in me
United States. And the former
Secretary of Defense as. one of
the best of the best business

brains in the cabinet and one ot

the closest to the President.
Certainly in his factual report
that may have reflected un.avor un.avor-ably
ably un.avor-ably on Secretary Wilson, C o 1.
Nickerson was not showing proper
reverence lor the 'best business
brains. However, personallyi v I'm
beginning Xo doubt that the best
business brains are good enough.
Furthermore the report-ijiade by
Col. Nickerson reflected Unfavora

bly, not py specific citation, on
the General Motors Company,
which has been' almost an inte integrated
grated integrated part of the present govern government,
ment, government, and therefore, not; Showing
properN respect, to that: great or organization,
ganization, organization, the report ;: did not
show proper respect for the gov government.
ernment. government. -'
s k',- m
vTo get personal' again," Tm" not
so sorry for Col. Nickerson as, 1
am for that government, and 1,'ra
plenty sorry for, CoL Nickerson.!

TOOK

- YOU DISFIGURING BLOTCHES on tha' happy-eounte
ance of Christmas, saccharine seasonal sweetness obliges
me today. to overlook briefly the. mare gruesome aspects'
of your continued existence. At you would have heard; If
you ever lurched out of that eantina or kicked the jukebox
into silence, we are passing through a' season -of peace on;

, opumiKt in oroit, uuiies in contusion, and good--

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It i a Subject of solemn comment-throughout the

halls of contemporary, literature, among the stacks of the
noblest libraries o,f the English-speaking world,'' and In aV
couple of the crummiest cantinas in? J;Stre,et,that this H
department specialized In the dissemination of sweetness
&nd light, with particular' attention to th,e"' Christmas -voltage.
v 1 '.T ', """
. No question here of; sending the wachinel oyer tb 'tht
Industrial Division while the city remains Jn 'darkness.'"

uncertain whether it Is Santa. Claus or Jack- the Ripper
trying to squeeze through the bathroom window. ,7
The luminous Yuletide spirit in this quarter, is strictly,. 'J
60-cycle. For, the sympathetic seasonal -word.-, the ;ruff

dui Kinaiy no no no, and .manifestations of like nature,,
turn, to this space. Guaranteed: by Good Housekeeping, f
Accept po substitute. ,' "t,. K
, ; Each year I become a little more uncertain as to -whether;
Christmas originated in Bethlehem r at a1 special
committee meeting- of, the Chamber' of ommerde. Now

una year inero mo t-'jueu conrusion ot now many 'rein -deer
are towing the Sputniks.'- ' t - -, 4
Vd like to let you all look over my Christmas shop shopping
ping shopping list, but it isn't rawn up yet. ,1 find it more simple, v
to do my Christmas shopping some time after New Year.
The shops are not so crowded, and there's mighty little 1
left in them to buy. This is a patriotic economy, move, as
it leaves more money for taxes which someone can use
to build rockets with.
.. Noticedhow life these d&ys is getting to b one long
Fourth of July.
- Though do not have my own shopping list available
my services 'have been much in demand ass a clearing
station. Sort of organizing gifts from one persons to some someone
one someone else. A cpnsequence of my genial and .helpful reputa reputation
tion reputation never an unkind thought for any man. This rule
applies from noon till 12:05 p.m. Christmas day, and' I
adhere to the. rule like scotch tape. -'
, Herewith a rougli draft of the fist, asfit stands im
to, now. t , , ) ,
From an unnamed Atlantic-side civic council to Can&l
Zone Gov. William E. ("Slugger") Potter; A tiew arrange arrange-nnt
nnt arrange-nnt whereby Canal, Zone Town Meetings are henceforth
limited to the communities ofjvldnte Lirio and.FrijoJes.
From columnist Drew Peafsonlo the Canal Zone's
most celebrated inspector of drains,' Col. John C Nicker Nicker-son:,
son:, Nicker-son:, A considerable supply 6fChristmas greeting 'cards, j
adorned by a tea'nrf of reindeer drawing a Sputnik, and
bearingthe seasonal tidings, VI told you sd.'Theseare.
prepared for rapid trSnsmissibn to officials in the 'Penta-i
gon and elsewhere, except maybe Huntsville,' Ala. '' '.
From Ruben, O. Miro to the officers and men of the
Balboa police station: A sealed envelope. I know nothing
of the contents, but in the top left corner arejthe prirHed
instruction: "If undelivered within 14 days, please don't
return the sender." : ,,,..;
' From the'PanSma Chamber of Commerce to the of of-.ficials
.ficials of-.ficials in charge of the Balboa commissary!; A charming,
well-illustrated brochure on how to set up and operate
a gift shop stocking only essential items. Codfish, Chanel,
pork and beans, pearl necklaces and stuff like that. 1
From the various Canal hands who will spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve unloading the new-type mules for Gatun Locks,
while everyone else is having the half day off OK'd by
Ike, to muleteer R. G. LeTourneau: A calendar.
From several Christmas shoppers to the, Panama mer merchants,
chants, merchants, whose prices they compared with those for equival equivalent
ent equivalent articles in the Commissaries or Stateside: A corteous

nquiry as to what sort 'of economy it is that pays an

average employe 50 cents an hour or less, then charges"
prices double those in effect where wages 1 are $2 an
hour or more. The inquiry is signed "goodbye."
From the general direction of the Canal Zone to the
recent advocates of a 50-50 US-Panama splitbf the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal's gross revenues: An invitation not to let this
admirable 5050 plan stop so short of its magnificent'
potential. The invitation contains assurances that few
problems indeed would be encountered In permitting P&n-
ama also to go 50-50 in the interim -Canal improvement
I Ian lighting and widening the Cut, building a mooring
dt Pedro Miguel, and so forth. Minimum difficulty will be
encountered in arranging matters so that Panama makes
up a 50-50 share of the deficit any year the Canal finishes
in the red. Scant trouble is to be expected in persuading
the Pentagon in accepting a 50-50 Panamanian contribu contribution
tion contribution jn rrien, money or munitions toward the cost of the
defense of the vital international waterway, All in all, it
can' safely be said that the 5050 idea has, in such
respects, caught on faster in the Canal Zone tha nin Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The Zonians have also mentioned to me, with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm that Panama is by no means dragging Its heels
on the measure, either. Often in the past there has, been
criticism, so my sources inform me, of. Laftin American
countries being full of talk on big projects, and empty of
action on same. Not so in this case. Even as unofficial but
highly-placed feelers are put out about th half 'and half'
split, Panama is paying in certain circumstances almost
half the rate paid for the same job in the Zone. This is
evidence of good 50-50 faith, if ever.' my Zone correspond-
ents saw it. 'l- --Vv-V'.- -'
"r'Frbm me to all who feel so sorry'and Uhamerican. for
themselves in the Canal Zone;;- One silent, .dehydrated
tear. - -y:;i ; -"'- 1-f-r-': r
From the shade of the late Sen. Bilbos to all who
esteem the CZs local-rate Negroes to have reached the
maximum of their potential: Greetings.
From me to such of you as fcave plodded this far
down, the column, with all the joy and cheer of Christmas
abroad in the land as an .alternative: Thanks, a Merry
Christmas, and" I'm sorry it wasn't more worth the effort.
" 1 PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT was bom on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Dec. 18, when 55 persons showed up at the police
lodge on the Chiva Chiva Trail to ance more put to th
test the astonishing fact that the Canal Zone's Finest are
just a good cooks as they are cops. In the stuffed shrimp
section, for Instances, y '"''ii'
1855 .-. ' -'-,,-
- was a winner, and why, shouldn't It be in other bue
equally, succulent fields of endeavor, such as the happy
.cabbage.-.-; '



. 1 1.

fctTNDAY, DECEMBER M, 1957

. tm tTNDAT AMEBICA

A OS THREf

pit of Britain

WW

a;

Sjx,V,01K :2t While we ibr'auons.

er admit to being set
never a year sUpa by

in ttte VnttoenUUf Calculating Machines" at the
S ..lSr'Stoi by wThout C 3arby Northampton Polytechnic.

was

living

mpiaDhorical tear,

. "oV:Ye evenjit fup"
Insignificant numerals. a JMV mi
.U our- companion or. ;W
months; nowu we are d to
drop It for this upstart
Tne odd thing is that we have
vy no means -tinished ..wi,M07.
The job of stocktaking
just beginningT .it takes
Vout a year, which is why 1956
suddenly holds -the
and, as tiie bell ring, in 1958, we
tind ourselvestfroUcking inya sea
Of statistics l Jasap Year.
4" SURPRISING 'REVELATIONS
ffv:jv.'i. '., "''.''.;
; -The year 1951 wUl have its flo flo-rioushour
rioushour flo-rioushour in due course, when
thl 95th Annual Abstract of Sta Statistics
tistics Statistics ; is' issued1 irom the Central
fflMc.F0fflce-mth8elncg
now we are ideeft W tne n
stocWakingfpr 1956 and
not a lew surprising revelations.
For Instance, although it wa
LaaplYaar -marriages dropped
"to 406334. or 43M fewar than in
,1955, ,Whethw,.or,( not P
Year,, mad., ny differenet,
there werV' alto 554 fewer
divorces. Births roekattd up up-:
: up-: wards t 823,000, an incraaf
34.000 on ,1955., The number

perambulators mad
313,000:
D.nniA in' Britain are

longer. It is estimated that the
country's 3,711,000 over-70s in a
population of 51,430,000 will have
crown to 5,741,000 in a tolal po-
..l,tlnn-nf 55 574.000 bv 1996.

T.iilrHv! thp nation's output is.

growing 'correspondingly. Accord According
ing According to these 348 tables of -lg-ures
the gross national, product
in 1956 scaled '$50-7 billion, a diz diz-iy
iy diz-iy Record which, in turn, is like likely
ly likely to be broken by 1957. Person Personal
al Personal incomes rose to the unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented tigure 'of $47.7 billion
beating 1955 by more than 3.4 bil billion.
lion. billion. .
Forty people had an annual income-
exceeding $280,000.
.There were 405 registered unions
in the United Kingdom in 1956
with a membership of 8,517,000
and funds totalling $214.2 million.
No details have been overlook overlooked
ed overlooked in the. stock-taking, from the
$3.5 million worth of golf balls
manufactured, to the 9 million
nrnriurtion fiEure "for oil driven

road-rollers.
AAor popl' wr rea ding
v mor book. Ooapite th Inroad
of tlvlion, with, M rly 4,000,-000-
licensed vtawers and a
. consequent drop in inma at--tndane,r
loading librenos,
flourished,; N earl 4,000,000
' books swre borrowed, compar compared
ed compared withMittl more than 3,000,
MAtuiiWuri.aaoiiv f.t: V

Majbe ,televisiPWvstimulatea
reading end. the general thirst .for
knowledge.
..-It is significant that well-known
v television personalities will be a a-mong
mong a-mong those .drawing crowds of
young people; to debates and lec lectures
tures lectures in London during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays.
- One of the first to make popular,-impact!
through television
round-table (Conferences was the
hard-hitting f Lord Hailsham, now
Lord President of the Council.
Dec, 31, he is to open f uf
days of free-for-all debates by
schoolchildren at the Westminster
Central Hall; "Britain's Place in
a Changing World" is the theme
of this verbal contest organized
by the Council, for Education m
World Citizenship.
OUTER SPACE ..
ThU is onlv one among hun

dred! of young people's events in
the holidays which will earn the
blessings of countless mothers for
whom the Christmas vacation, aft after
er after the main festivities are over,
"used to be a continual battle a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst juvenile boredom.
Learned institutions have come
to the rescue.
famous television personality
Peter Scott, son of the renowned
Scott of the Antarctic, entices
children to the Royal Geographic Geographical
al Geographical society for- a yarning session
on his recent Pacixic Journey.
At the royal Commonwealth So Society,
ciety, Society, Alan Villiers; skipper of
Mayflower II, will regale young youngsters
sters youngsters with his sea'- adventures.
At the Royal Society of Arts
the .television astronomer Patrick
Moore will waft, his young hear hearers
ers hearers into outer space.
"Canada's Dinosaurs," a Natur Natural
al Natural History Museum lexture by
Dr. W. E. Swinton,at the end o.
December, starts off a trail of
fauna that will keep young folk
engrossed till school opens again.
"Australian Animals," "Animals
of Asia," and "Catching Wi'd A A-nials"
nials" A-nials" the very titles will lure
hundreds to this' famous museum
in South Kensington.
The whole mammal kingdom is
traversed in lectures at the Lon Lon-lon
lon Lon-lon Zoo.!
At London's' Royal Veterinary
College the theme is animals'
eyesight.
On the technical side few par parents
ents parents will be able to match up to
offspring who. have listened to

"The Prow-ess of Plastics" at I

London University, "Wave and

Bread Can Be Used
fn (hristoas Decor,
Woman Finds
i DENVER1 (UP) Decorating
the home at Christmas time nee
not be an additiona' pxoense. if
you need the advice of Mrs. Lor Lorraine
raine Lorraine Quarve, who serves as foods
instructor at Emily Griffith Op Opportunity
portunity Opportunity School.

And who knows what will be .... A ,in.

going on behind closed garage ner ll!ri"f hiid (loaves
doeri after A. J. Barrett's Batter- mpatd 0f,rethd. Siy
sea College lecture, "Ufa Design bird get it after the family
an Aircrat?" ,,res 0 tne sccneT-

project

at Sir John Cas' Col-

ne :ae in me uiy oi lxmaon, ana

All these lectures, and scores

of others like them, are address addressed
ed addressed to children between the ages
of ten and 18. It looks aa if we

are advancing fast towards that
intellectual ideal the era or
the "egghead" envisaged the
other day by Lord Hailsham when
proposing the toast of the Roya'
Society at its anniversary din dinner.
ner. dinner.
"Eggheads of the world unite,"
he said. "It is the popular i fash fashion
ion fashion to ridicule what the Ameri Americans
cans Americans call the egghead, but I am
an egghead by conviction and I
hope by practice. A country ne neglects
glects neglects its eggheads at its peril,
for it is the egghead who i the
greatest realist." :'

Mrs Ouarve .said the

goes over big in her home where
her hmhnnrl and voune son and

NY Keeps Close
Tab On Its Trees
ALBANY. N. Y. (UP -Christ-mas
trees nave to paas inspection
before they get far in New York
State.
The state's Agriculture Depart Department
ment Department said roadblocks stopped
truckloads of incoming Christmas
trees to be sure they were free
of the gypsy moth, an infection
destructive to shrubs and forests.
The state sprayed some 2,540,000
acres in southeastern New York
to kill the infection last spring.
"We aren't going to deprive a a-ny
ny a-ny family of its Christmas tree,"
an official said, "but neither are
we going to permit a load with
one or more Infested trees to

oo the remarkable accomDlish

daughter serve as builders. Here's merns or tne spraying program."
. . Hp neurit a A nut that rAnn JUn..

r-v.u vui in at in a ii v LI cca

Holiday Sched jle
Of Commissaries
Changes Tuesdays
KENT, Q. -r- (UP) A palm
tree may have bee" the first
"Christmas tree."
Five thousand years ago in E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt the palm was considered a
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among the first to include a tree
as part of their holiday festivites.
The holiday commemorated the
winter solstice, observing the turn turning
ing turning of the sun to the south and
the lengthening of the days and
the shortening of the poorly light lighted
ed lighted nights.

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hroaH loaves, making each loaf

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attach to the rectangular

Mrs. Ouarve frosts the house

with icing made from one egg
white and two cups o' powdered

sugar, and uses a pastry tuDe to

decorate the roo'. She says tne
chimney should be frosted red,
with the doors and windows out outlined
lined outlined with the same color as the

roof. Christmas trees or wreaths

can be drawn ir
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WASHINGTON (UP)-President
and Mrs. Eisenhower may make
Christmas the occasion for a long
holiday wee'- end divided hHween
the White House and their Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg farm.
That was the unofficial talk
around the White House today.
Their plans have not yet been an announced.
nounced. announced. The; President's doctors may
have a voice In the decision, de depending
pending depending on how they think he
stood the strain of the Paris
NATO meeting.
Their prescription of rest at ev every
ery every opportunity in Eisenhower's
recovery from the Nov. 25 mild
stroke probably will rule out an another
other another long trin suh as to Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga. at this time.

HIGHLAND PARK. Calif. (UP)

Police cars raced Thursday with

J ghts Hashing and sirens screech screeching
ing screeching to answer a riot call. The first
of icer to arrive at the scene of

the report radioed headquarter
i ,u I"0 additional help was needed. The
spent Christ- inht ..... u

mil In 1QM anrl 10 In tholr ..

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Augusta gou course cottage. The

The Eisenhowers

past two years they presided over
big family gatherings at the White
House.
They have never spent a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas at their Pennsylvania farm,
where a little snow can turn the
landscape into a classic Yuletide
scene.
For their Thanksgiving holiday.

immediately after the President's plans

mna stroKe, tne Eisenhowers, haa

mas time.
The President will formally light
the national Christmas tree on
the ellipse just south of the White'
House Monday afternoon. The
televised ceremony will key simi similar
lar similar rites in many other cities.

The first family's Christmas

almost certainly will in in-the
the in-the -"-andchildren Mai.

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Mrs. Reed cuts from discarded

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ers, snowmen, angels and the.
like. With scissors, she cuts an

oval opening in the front of each
eggshell. The shells are daubed

mannsgiving oinner at ine wnite John's son David, and daugh-iwith a brilliant paint, "glitter" is

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Talk around the White House
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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rf'Rf ISHFR OF PAT MARKUN S NEW BOOK
SSSSlGOT GUEST AT EL PANAMA HILTON
" iir 4-ranklin Watts, president of Franklin Watts Puh-V-
v1 r r ived from New York yesterday mornins lor
;SltSt vfsit l"th MrfrandMrS. Dayid J. Markun of Baiboa
fCi Mr!" Watts will be the publisher of f .Ma.k"nil!,e
1 Joflk "The First Book of the Panama Canal," which will be
If ItterSest of the Hotel El Panama Hilton, Mr.
; 'n4ifs left ea?ly this morninK for Surinam, where ke w.U

Spend the hoimays wun ms uu6....

rived from Michigan State Univer University
sity University yesterday to spend Christmas
at home.

Visitors Fettd
At Cocktail-Buffet
At Quarry Heights
Capt. and Mrs. Harry L. Bach
of Balboa and Capt. and Mrs.
Howard R. Johnson of Diablo
I Heights were co-hosts at a cock cock-tiil
tiil cock-tiil buffet held at Quarry Heights
I Officers' Club last night.

Mlk. Arey'a

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Holidays
fMr. Jack G. Craft ot Anderson, i
i.S Carolina arrived last night to ink Scott
inSnd (he holidays with Mr. and Home For Holidays
lit William G Arey Jr. at1 Ted (Tink) Scott of Balboa ar

'their home in Balboa Heights. The guests of honor were Capt.

. tu if A.,. HTo Doit TnhncAn nf Can P

Mr lrall IS IVIHS. nicj a ni" aiiu mis, ua; """"o v w..
dro. California. Capt. Ray John-
. 1 ft J. TT-. TAl.Mnnn

son' and Capt. Howard Johnson

are Drotners.

(Continued on Pace 8.

Hung Jury Brings
Mlorney's Pledge
For Hoffa Retrial
NEW YORk. Dec. 21 UP)

U. S. Attorney Paul W. Williams
today promised to prosecute
Teamsters Union Presidenth-elect
James R. Hoffa again on a charge

of wiretap conspiracy.
"1 shall retry this case at the

'earliest practicable time," he ojiu.
I The trial o' Hoffa and t-vo al al-I
I al-I leged Confederates Owen B. Bren Bren-nart,
nart, Bren-nart, president of Detroit Teamster
Locaf 337, and Bernard Spindc
professional wiretapper ended
I yesterday in a hung jury. The
i lone holdout on the jury was Eari
IT MacHardy, a sugar broker, of
Yonkers, N. Y.
Doubts Consiiracy
I Hardy said that he felt the gov government
ernment government failed to prove its con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy case against Hoffa and
one other defendant, whom he
would not identify. He said Feder Federal
al Federal Judge Frederick Van Pelt Bry Bryan
an Bryan had instructed the jury that

two defendants would have to be
involved to prove a conspiracy.
He said he had not received any
threats in connection with the case
and had "no fear of anyone or
any organization."
Mrs. Lillian Doren, foreman of
the jury, said that there had been
no doubt in her mind that Hoffa
and the other two were guilty af after
ter after the evidence had been pre presented.
sented. presented. She said the only times
the jury went to the judge for
instructions was at the request of
MacHardy.
Says Others Tried
Another juror,' Mrs. Florence
Wolff, said those for conviction
were unab'e to sway MacHardy
although they "worked over him."
Those for conviction, she said,
were "conscientious and honest
and didn't come there to hang
Hoffa."
MacHardy was singled out as
the holdout last night when the
jurors came in for instructions.
After Bryan asked what they

wanted explained, Mrs. Doren
pointed to MacHardy and said
"He wants the clarification."
Defertse attorney Sol Gelb im immediately
mediately immediately attacked the identifica

tion as "unprecedented" and the
"open fingering of a juror."
Hoffa, who could have been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to a year in prison and
fined $10,000 if convicted, had no

comment. on the trial.

arw jru. jr. jTm- jOj. jfr

MERRY XMAS
and
HAPPY NEW YEAR

2 HARNETT DUNX

Man Seized in Raid On Underworld

Claims To Be Friendly With Nixon

1 (.

ALIBANY. N. Y.. Deo. 21 (UP)-

John C, Montana, a Buffalo, N. Y.,

businessman who was seized dur

ing a police raid on an underworld
gathering at Apalachinf N. Yt last

inonin, saia loaay inai ne was a
"personal friend" of -Vice Presi
dent Richard M. Nixon. .Montana
also said he had been a guest of

New York's Gov. Averell Harri

man.
Montana rolled out a roster o'
prominent acquaintances in testi testimony
mony testimony before a legislative watch
dog committee investigating the
congress of crime that took place
at the palatial hilKop home of
beer distributor Joseph Barbara.
Committee investigators sought
to link Montana, former Buffalo
Republican councilman, to a num number
ber number of the nation's top hoodlums
who attended the meeting.
Montana admitted that he knew
Barbara, but he said the only

reason he stopped at his home on

Nov. 14 was because he was hav having
ing having trouble aith the brakes of his
car while on a business trip.
Montana, grey-haired and distin distinguished
guished distinguished looking, told the commit committee
tee committee that the Erie Club of Buffalo,
a police organization, named him
"man of the year" in 1956.
"I know Governor Harriman,
and my wife and I have been a
guest at his home in New York

Ciy," he said. "I als am a per

sonal mend of Richard Nixon.
Walter Mordaun, a Harriman
aide, said at the governor's office

that Montana had been a guest in

Harriman s home during a recep reception
tion reception for an Italian dignitary on
April 2, 1955. Other guests includ included
ed included Francis Cardinal Siiellman and,

former Ambassador to Italy Clare

Botne Luce. Mordaunt Said that
was the only ime to his knowl

edge that Montana had been a
guest in the governor's home.
Mnntana who owns a fleet of

taxi cabs and a liquor distributing

firm in nuitaio, aiso.ciairaea per personal
sonal personal acuuaintance with a 'number
of New York Supreme Court jus justices
tices justices and federal judges.
Montana said he hao stopped at
Barbara's home for 2a minutes
after his new Cadillac developed
brake trouble. He said he had
been well acquainted with fear fear-bara
bara fear-bara because the latter had been
a distributor for a defunct brew brewery
ery brewery in which he was interested.
Montana said he heard a "com "commotion"
motion" "commotion" outside the house when a
state police raid started. Two state
troopers nabbed" him as he fled
down the hill on foot. Montana
said he had left his own car at
the house because it was too dan dangerous
gerous dangerous to drive it down the hill.
He said he had not called a me mechanic.
chanic. mechanic.
Some 65 persons, including some
of the nation's most notorious
gangsters, were seized in the raid.
They were released after question questioning.
ing. questioning. Montana, former chairman ; of
the Buffalo zoning board1 and" one onetime
time onetime candidate for Congress, de denied
nied denied that he had told -ne state
trooper that he knew 'mportant
people who would help him if he
let him go.
Montana said he had visited
Barbara's home frequently. The
only thing he could remember
talking to him about, he said, was
his "health" and the "weather."
Barbara had been suffering from
a heart condition. Some of- the
gangland figures said when they
were seized that they merely had
been paying a call on a "sick
friend."

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER K,
British : Peteriminecl Their tpmriveii'; Shipl

Will Ply For Profit Rcjther Than Prestige

'i LONDON Dec. 21 (BIS) British Is determined to- m ke W om wor ,M nara, ana m promaDiy, an hi u m
. .. .- it.. rea aMu Hill atnmlji cliifrlritv ctatioil. for ezamole. v :,;': !'.

a -j. . onmniti amnlv .lllnstrata this. vr v.'::,., :-t. J!,

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D..tijL.. ... i.h. rinninr nut the foundations of a land-based anzine test unit for the Royal Navy's first atom

submarine. The new faculty Is bein built next door to the st eel ball breeder reactor at United Kjtafdom Atomic Enerry

: ArtthoritT'a site at Dounreay. In caitnnegs, ecouana. i f i , t t ; ...
" -The British ShiubuUdlnr Research Association recent Iy annouaeed the formation of a separate section to deal with
atomic nerfy studies. At Its head:. Dr. E. Richards, leader -of thf Association's researcR team at he Harwell, Berkshire,.
..(.(Jftot Harwell, each costing 5.8mUBon' ono now In useone ready In a few weeks Will
i. nX & rreat deal to set knowledfe of the likely behavior of brand-new experlmentat reactors for A-ship propulsion.
,oe useu c1m;eJ,1 Lairdr8 the famed Birkenhead ahipbuUders, announced in April that plans were In hand for them to design
'.fni'ni.Mii tankers for Interested clients.. "I

. ni.itl i..'n1 A.cViln alraadv aalpd with the Clldr Th lbtot T.1nrd' RoolatM n.

jpon put) a w a nuisaeu. u c .

"The Ur.ted Kindom, which
leads thY world in the use of nu-

program will get a big boost with
. -tkat nAvh fpw months, r

in possession l the fjrst detailed
reporti prepared by a ';brain s

-...' i tnn.rnnkinf experts

. u. .ktr.ln ehln-hnlldin and set

' entific worlds, recently iven the
task of advlstay the' Government

' of. the lines on wmcn u uu
' commercial A-sbJp projects shoyld

run.
And a toft member f ;thl
Vr.in. twiAl'ls the Royal Navy'

: first Atomjct Admiral, He is 50-

years-old Adm. luy wuson
, man with.la reat reputation for
t .. -.j A -fl fhA TAaTat

usiening" qmBuy A"
-, KafnrA .him. -makin up i nls

minrf and jmnvine heaven and

koffth n met results. 1 Jt'"

Shinoin xoerts ; who have Jak

en part in "brains trust" sessions
indicate that, the, advice likely to
be civen the Cabinet will be

hrnnrtlv an follows:

i iRnitoin chould resist the tempta

.inn t Ana nnff inR i u i h c u

statpa and the Soviet Union in

the raco td be ithe firtt nation to

have an atom-powerea mercnani

ship at sea.
Rritaii bait btt is to eon

ctntrat all her energiss onde

signing and builclig the woria s

first wtom-poworM snip inn can
ADsrata at a orofit.

; The Americans, for example, ate
, tri huifri 12.000-ton. nassenger-cargo

; Ship, capable; of 21 knots; that

Shoulu Do at lea in vne cv

. k The Russians are building a 18,

000-ton atom-powered ice-DreaKer,
. caoable of 18 knots.

But neither the American nor

: Soviet ships are likely to operate

on s pay-thelr-way oasis. .... ,t
Prestige', yes:! Profit, no.
. SUPERTANKER LIKELY

;i Hence Britain's most-' likely

course, the experts forecast, will
be the building of a atom-pow

ered oil supertanker of about the
size of the Queen Mary and

Oueen Elizabeth liners. Its ton

nage will be 80,000. to 100,000 tons,
its sneed 30 knots, its cost be

tween $28 million and $34 million-.
An Wji cSreo of oil could be us

ed as part Of the shielding for
the A-reactorSthis- would make
possible some economy in the use

tL As ordinary tankars us up.
Kibstsntial cjuantities of the
Thl thy carry for heli1 o ,w n
propulsion snd n ? atomit
tanker would cut out this hoc
ostity this would make an A
tanker art attraetlva proposition.

. And such a iship could be at
sea, the experts estimate, earning
revenue and profits,-plus prestige,
in iix- to seveh .years- time, pos'
sibljr within a couple of years of
the i maiden voyage ,of ihe JJnited

States, and Soviet A-ships, -How
would the cost of. such

hiff A-shin nrniect b borne.

The cabinet, it is believed, would

De preparea to consiaer an ar arrangement
rangement arrangement whereby t Government

money was providea for tne v A

shin engines in whole or part

while shipping and shipbuilding
firms shared the expense of build-

in the hull.
CHOI CI OF REACTOR

What sort of an enginfc would

the atom tanker have

There are several promising pos

sibilities under review at Harwell,

both by the Atomic Energy AU'
thority and the British Shipbuild

ing Research Association. T h t y
are

1. A graphits moderated gas-

cooled reactor that has be.an

"summed down", m size:

2. A heavy-water-moderated gas-

cooled reactor;
i.i, A presMiraed-water reactor:

4.. An organic moderatedre-

actorr r t,
Britain has "A great deal of ex experience
perience experience in the design, and a
growing amount of experience in
handling, a 'graphite moderated
gas-cooled reactor.
This is the type used in the Cal Cal-der
der Cal-der .Hall atomic electricity station,
now' feeding supplies into the na national
tional national "GrkL"
. The man- behind this typo of
A -pi ant, dasignor Richard Valon
tine Moor, is scaling down tho
reactor for ship us, Knowlodo

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Advises Pay Boost
For US Scisnllsls
WASHINGTON,' Dec. a CUP)-

.scientists warned today that any
- delay in boosting the pay of gov government
ernment government research scientists -will
hasten this nation's "present rate
- of relative deterioration in scien scientific
tific scientific prop-e-"
. Dr. John F. Victory, 4 executive
. secretary of the National Adviso Adviso-:
: Adviso-: Committee on Aeronautics NA NA-J
J NA-J made the warning in answer
ries9ons submitted by-the U U-a
a U-a Press.- .-;'-

r denl" the' admimslration and

- rr?s wvl rs'ss tne saianes ra
i resesrch scientists "at
-J-is." etough so that NACA and
similar agencies will be able to

rciruit their fair sn?re oi young
scientists and keep thrir present
Wrreplaceabl leaaers." ',

Hall roactor would cut out tho

mod to build a land-based pro prototype
totype prototype for a ship,
; A her y water moderated gas gas-cooled
cooled gas-cooled reactor,; in which several
nations, includine the Russians.

are" interested would have as its
main advantaee the fact that the

Weiirht of moderator used could

be reduced considerably. Harwell

studies of this type are weu ad advanced.
vanced. advanced. ' 1

Pressurised water reactors, as

used in the United States subma

rine 5 Nautilus, obviously q a v e

much to commend them.. And
Britain is getting full details of

this type of reactorvfrom the u u-nited
nited u-nited States under a two deal
handing over, in exchange,
"know-how'.' of the Calder Hall
type reactors that form the back

bone of the Dig A-power program
LONG-TERM STUDY

Some scientists favor the organic-moderated
reactor's chances

of winning the ,t ship. propulsion
race. In this' type of .reactor, cer certain
tain certain petroleum oil compounds, the

oolVDhenvls. are used, iney stano.

up well to radiation bombardment.!

' Tne latest report ot liioya s .tw .twister
ister .twister of Shipping said. "Long-term

study and experiment to aeter-

mlne tne pracucaDinty, oi an organic-moderated
reactor for use

m snips is uemg pursuea at Har Harwell,
well, Harwell, in conjunction with the Brit

ish Shipbuilding Research Associa

tion. 1 t i

'It is honed that the study

Will result in building a land-

based prototype, and that experi-

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nuclear reactor suitable for ship

propulsion. ( :

But it warnea: "aeverai years
must elapse before this goal is

reached.

Whatever tho typ of roactor
chosen, on, thing Is clear.
Britain Is determined to be to
the fore ir at m ship rtseersh
and dovelopmunt. v'

clear reactors for the. generation

of electdciti," it says, "may not few years."

be far behind in applying atomic
enerev, to marine nropulsidn.

"If is likelv it adds, "that

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The Quarry Heights children's
Christmas party will be held to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, afternoon at 4.
There will be a party with gifts,
refreshments and a carol sing for
infants, and children through eight
years of age.

Children from nine years

through the teens

threatre party at
tre.

win attend a
the post Ihel-

Lindsays Give

Open Hoiwe

Per Daughter, Friend
Mr nri Mr Waltei t.lnitaau

of Bafboa Heights will give an o-

pen House this afternoon in hon honor,
or, honor, of their daughter Judith and
her1 friend Janet Stockham,' who
are both home for the holidays!
Judith arrived on Monday from
Whitworth College : in- Spokane,
Washington.
Lions Club v
Cocktail Party.
At Union Club -x
The Lions Club will give a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party at the Union Club this

evening tor memoers ana weir

families.

Mr. rnd Mr. Motta
Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
gavea dinner party for a
of their friends last night.

Motta

group

Union Club Will
Have Egg-Nog
Party Oh Xmii Day i

The directors of the Union club

will give an egg nog party for

members and their families from
11 a.m. until i -p.m. on Christmas

iJay.

Sf. Andrew's Lists
Christmas Services

Christ mas tide services at Saint

Andrew's Episcopal Church, Coco'

li were announced yesterday by

wis nev. wimam w. Baldwin.

A Christmas pa gent, presented

Dy tne unuaren of the Church

School, will start at 6:30 p.m. toda
A midnight choral eucharist will

t held at 11:45 p.m. Tuesdav.

Rev. Baldwin will sing the service,

ana tne choir will be under the di

rection of Miss J. Sue Mable.

Christmas Day the Rev. Henry

l-. ciuver, wanai zone cross fled

director, will officiate and preach

at a :30 a.m. Holy communion
Father Cluver customarily offi

ciates at the Christmas Diy Holy

Communion at St. Andrew's. He w
be Sssited at the altar' by Father

Holy Communion at 9:30 a.m.
on St. Joha'l Dav.Dec. 27. rhiv be

observed as. Christmas, Communion
for those who will be unable to

"ttend any of the other communion
services in the Christmas octave.
V-.'
The regular schedule of services
will follow fof the Sunday sfter
Christmas, Dec. 29, commencing

with 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.

At :30 .m. there will be family

morning prayer. Parents are en

couraged to accompany their chil children
dren children to Church and then join, in
the adult discussion and instruc instruction
tion instruction group which meets in the
church. The children meet in grad graded
ed graded classes in the Parin Hall
following this service. Morning
Prayer and Sermon will be at 11

a.m. and the day will close with

Evening Prayer by layreaders.

i Jan. 1, 1958, the Feast of the
Holy Name will be celebrated
with 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion

and 7:30 Evening Prayer.

Isthmliina Leave
On Vacation Trips

: While each, Diane brings stu

dents, home nd other visitors

from the States, many residents

of Panama and the Canaf Zone

are talking trips over the Christ
mas holidays. ii

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donovan

le't this week to spend Christmas

with their daughter? Mary Ann oi

St. Marys ot noire uame,

Miaa Sandra da la Fena has

cone' to Mexico to visit relatives.

MisS Ruth Rickarby left for the

States where she will visit reia
tlves Over the holidays.
Dr. Dorothy i Moody. ,Dean ol

Women of the Canal Zone Junior

College, .is visiting fosmer lsth

mian friends in riortda

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morning to the children of the

Bella Vista Children's Home. Pq Pq-F.
F. Pq-F. Reif. is inviting all member

tentate of the local group, waiter
of the oShrlne and interested

friends to' meet with the commit

tee at 7 a.m. on Dec. 25 at the
Children's Home. Noble and Mrs,
James Hunter of Gamboa are

heading the committee that is ar

ranging this annual affair.
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Dolls, skirts, Skates, games, and
wallets are among the gifts that
will be given out with fruits and
candy by Santa Claus. Also pro

vided by the Shrine for Christ

mas dinner are-severs! large
turkeys with all the trimmings:
with ice cream for desert. Aj
Christmas tree has been provided

to help add to the gaiety of the

Home at this time of the vear.

.The activities that Mn Shrine

members will participate In will
last about one and one ha If hours,
and as many rnembei) who can

attend are invited.'

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To iSe Celebrated

With Open House

Mr., and Mrs, Herbert Wolf f

will ceienrate tneir ssuter wedding
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Vtoutt current s ; anti'Dutch ;iam-

Prime Minister DJuanda said the.

"Liberate West Irian Action Com-1

mittee," which has been direcung
moves t against ; the Dutch in "the
drive to obtain 'West New Guinea

from The Netherlands, has bean
dissolved and that the National Se Security
curity Security Council has taken over Its

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ranks af tha NATO mambar.'
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tween .between the ; United States and
France as a result of American
policy toward Tunisia." ;
The Dutch continued their rfiDa-

triation from Indonesia today with
nearly 1,100 persons leaving tor
Holland aboard the British liner

vapiain toon.
(More than 900 Other Dutch frnm

Surabaya disembarked from the
Steamer Waterman at Sincaoore

today. They; were taken to two

transit camps prepared for v them

Dy me Singapore government).

nesia since the eoverirment re

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nationals to leave

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forthar aetions to ba taken In tha ..; biggest single group to leave Indo-

i campaign ignnii vuitn ruiv
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not a West Irian still in Dutch co colonial
lonial colonial hands which will guarantee

Australia's) security, but rather

that the whole of Indonesia forms

the first defense line for Austra

lia." . ;

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prt(d by Secretary of Stat

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;$1000 Purse In MUe Race

Three of the best horses now in training at the

President Remon racetrack are scheduled starters

in the $J,000 mile "Special' this afternoon.
j' The only entries in the day's main event are Ba-
krancito, frlelendez and Gavilan.

" Bicancito was second to Dotible
' Foujr last week while Melendez
brought up the rear in another
three-horse contest. The week be before
fore before that, Melendez whipped Ba Ba-eancito
eancito Ba-eancito by three lengths in a mile.
Double Four's victory was scored
over seven furlongs. c
Gavilan was fourth in the race
won; by Melendex but figures to
improve on that performance be
cause he met .interference on the
first turn in that event.
u Hiliedoro Guitines has the lfl
W en Bacancite, Ruben Vas Vas-'
' Vas-' 'quM will rid Melendex and, Jor---Phillipi
will guide Gavilan.
The "experts" figure that Gavi-'lan-will
battle Bacancito for the
leai during the first six furlongs of
the "'race with Melendez coming up
to Join them in the homestretch
then win going away as he did
the last time they met over a mile.
Gavilan, however, can't be un underrated
derrated underrated here because most of his
twelve local victories have-, been
icofed over a mile. Phillips has
been getting good results lately out
,of the once-fractious Argentine
'horse.
The secondary attraction could
turn out to be a better race than
the feature. Six hopefuls all en entered
tered entered for the $3,000 added New
Year's Day Classic will match
Strides in a $750 one mile "spe "spe-cit"
cit" "spe-cit" King's Park and Sculptor, two
expensive sons of the great sire
Teijerani, will get their first real
local tests since rounding into top
form here. They will go against
higjjly rated Geyser, a disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment thus far; Play Boy, a classy
racer in his native Peru; distance
bvpg Contralor and the promising
brews Hill. v
- Stx of the track's best riders will
be cBttipeting In this race. Lead Leading
ing Leading jockey Braulio Baeza will guide
Crews ,Hill, Guillermo Rivera has
.the' leg up on Play Boy Cristian
ReboHedo back from a lengthy

visit to Chile will be aboard Gey
aer, record-breaking Ruben Vas Vas-auez
auez Vas-auez has the lee up on King'i

Park, veteran Bias Aguirre has the

assignment on Sculptor ana rer

nando Alvarez will do the booting

on Contralor.
Yeterday second choice
Town's Wall was in fine form
and held on gamely in the
homestretch to outlast mutuels
favorite Kadir by a full length
in the featured $760 seven fur furlong
long furlong sprint.
Gramilla was third. Embassy

four and early pacesetter Louv

re finished last. The time was a
creditable 1:28 15 over a some somewhat
what somewhat slow track.
tuvre rut a sizzlinz pace

with Gramilla in hot pursuit,
the latter 'took command when
the pacesetter shot his bolt but

could not cope witn streicn drive
of winner Town's Wall and

weakened to finish third two

lengths back of the late start starting
ing starting kadir.
The latter trailed to the final

furlong where he unleashed a

formidable but much belated
finishing kick.
Town's Wall received a cre creditable
ditable creditable ride from Alejandro
Ycaza..It waa Ycaza's second
victory of the afternoon. He also
won the secondary attraction a a-board
board a-board stretch burning Michiripa.
Bias Aguirre, Cristian Rebolledo
and leading rider Braulio Baeza
shared saddle honors with Yca Yca-za
za Yca-za with two wins apiece.
Rebolledo had the leg tp on
two winners trained by Luis H.
Farrugia, Cervecero and Platea Platea-do.
do. Platea-do. The latter returned the day's
best wm odds, $17.80, after
scoring an easy repeat victory
in the second race. He contri contributed
buted contributed the biggest half of a $160. $160.-60
60 $160.-60 double tops for the' day.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hait

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1st Rac. 4th $ris Imp. 7 Pil. Purse

FIRST P. AC I OP TH1 DOUBU1,
1- Arrabalero J. Phillips 110 -Nothing in months
2- Amat A. Valdivia 115 Wide open contest
3- Ocala Miss A. Reyes 165 Track's worst horses
4- Grimilda S. Hernandez 10?x Could make it here
5- Violin Vlejo A. Mena 113 Could go all the way
6- The Gipsy B. Aguirre 113 Depends on start

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Pool Closes 1:00

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4-1
10-1

2-1

5-2

2-1

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im. 4 Wm. Purt S450 PmI Closes 1:30

SECOND RACI OTHkVDOUBLI

1-Ouadalcanal G. Rivera 11$ Unknown quantity
2 King John B. Baeza 106 Big disappointment
3- Recif e K. Cristian 112 Good ; recent races
4- Aguador J. RodrigueS 115 Reportedly classy
5- Vergineux F. Alvarez 110 WiU fight it out

10-1
3-1
32
3-1
2-1

3rd Roe, "Special" Natives S Pot. Purrt $371

una inu ;
1 Guarare A- Vazquez 114 -Form indicates
2Filon C. Ruiz 115 Hopeless cas
3- Stelita G. Montero 105 Must improve more
4- Big Sarge J. Shaik 102x-Not with thir rider
5- Golden Bound Hernandez 103x-Distance to Ukinf
-Guacamaya A. Gonzales 112 Will fight it out
7-Okiland B. Baeza 105 Has early speed
8-Cohete A. Ycaza 110 -Still plenty green

Pool Closes 1:00

EVEN
4-1

104,

3-1

2-1

3-2
50-1

4th Rac, "E'

1 Mayrita
2 Mr. Tivoli
3 Don Grau
4 Black Bee
5 Riqui
6 Damadura

7 Daniel

Nativ 5 Pgs. Purs $37$

QUINIELA

A. Ycaza 113 -Hard to catch here
B. Baeza 108 Ran well In last
R. Vasquez 115 Usually close up
H. Ruiz 108 Could surprise
A. Mena 118 Wide .open race
S. Hernandez I05x Rates chance too

R. Cristian 110 uistance wjuun

Pel Clot 2:30

8- (Pancho Lopez G. Rivera 113 In fight to finish
9- (Toxic J. Talavera 107x0 goo'' enough

3-1

5-2

2-1

8-1

5-1
4-1
3-1

5-2

5-2

1 Golden Corn B. Baeza 105

5th Rac, Sth Sris Imp. fs.

1- Golden Corn H B. Baeza 105 -Wouid. pay ,off
2- Gouvernant A. Vasquez 113 -Form indicates
3- Eric H. Gustines 106 WU1 fight it out
4- Singful S. Hernandez 9x Suddenly gone sour

10-1
4-5
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4-1

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FIRST RACE OF. THE DOUBLE
1- Cartillero H. Gustines 113 fixcellent effort last
2- Celestial Fir B. Aguirre 113 -Will fight it out
3- Fenix B. Baeza 110 Quits badly in streatch
4- Miss Patience A. Ycaza 115 Could make it her
5- Almiriar J. Talavera 110 Not against these
6A-Kaa J. Rodriguez 115 -tEarly speed only
7- Concrete Pipe H. Ruiz 106 -Would pay' off here
8- Panzaretta A. Gonzales 110--Could go all th way

Pel Cletos 3:40

5-2
3- 2
4- 1
4-1
15-1
10-1
10-1
3-1

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SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

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1 Crews Hill y B. Baeza 110 -Rates' good chance 1 3-1
2 Play Boy G. River. 115 Not real sharp yet ..... ,' 5-1
3 Geyser R. Cristian 110 Sharpejifid for this ; .5-2
4 King's Park R. Vasquez 115 Gets real test her -'. (J 2-1
5 Sculntor v- B. Aeuirre 115 --In fight to finish 2-1

Contralor F. Alvarez 105 Distance to liking - 4-t

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1 Ocean Star
2 Takeaway ;
3 Yosikito
4 Soberan
5 Chito
6 Linda Susy
7 Tinela ; :
8 Frijolito

GL Rivera 112 Must Improve more"
, : B. Baeza 115 Usually- beats these
A. Reyes 113 Could score again
V. Castillo 110 Enjoying best form
B. Aguirre 112 Form indicates
H Ruiz 110 Could get up here -,
F. Alvarez 106 Has good early speed
H. Gustines 103 Would surprise

V"4-l
3-1
5-1
i 2.1
10-1
V 5-1
4-l

tth Rac, t)h Series lmp.,7 Fgs. Purs $400

,1-Le Mateldt B." Aguirre 115 -VasUy improved

-Jo's Fiddling G. Hidalgo 110 Jtieiurns irom layou

Pool Close S; 15

3 Introduction,

4 Dawn Song
5 Silver Heels
6 Elko i
7 Distingo '' '--r
8 Cypress Bull
9 Febrero II

A. Alfaro U2x Apparently a lemon

J. Phillips 115 Has strong finish o
A. Ycaza 112 Could score again
B; Baeza 110 Usually quits
F. Alvarez 108 Would pay juicy odds
H. Ruiz 112 Has strong finish
A. Vasquez 115 Has beaten better

3-2
15-1
15-1
5-1
3- 1
4- 1
10-1
10-1
'3-1

10th Rac. "Special" Imp. $ Fgs. Port $1000

1 Bacancitb H. Gustines 102 -Could gd all the way
2 Melendez R. Vasquez! 113 Should beat these.
3 Gavilan-, J. Phillips 113 -Rates good chance

Pool Closoa 5:45

-EVEN
EVEN
: 2-1

The Dividends

First Race
1-LEdith Plaf $9.00, $5.40
2 Bradomin $4.60
Second Race
1 Plateado. $17.80, $5.00
2 Thuriderstreak $3 80
, First Double: $160.60
Third Race
1 Kalalu $5.40, $3.20
2 Julie $5.20
One-Two: $46.60
' Fourth Race
liBrac Val $7.00, $4.80
2 San Cristobal $2.40
Qulnlela: $10.40
; Fifth Race
l'jLRadical'$13.40; $6.00
2-rRapa $4.60
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,' Sixth Rac
1--Cervecero $4.00, $2.80'
3 Camberweir $2.80
( i 1 Seventh Rac
1 MlcbJrlpa $5.40, $2.60
2 Sunfair $2.60 .-Second
Second .-Second Double: $14.20
Eight Race
1-JoseUto $5.80, $2.80
$ Colmado $2.40
Qulnlela: $4.80
Ninth Rao
1 Manandoagua $6.00, $3.40
2 Greco $6.00
One-Two: $50.60
'Tenth Rac 1
1 Town's Wall $7.00, $3.20
2 Kadir $3.40

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Atlantic Twiloop 9
. Th Eeeer Brothers, populaf A

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mil r.nlif rnnst renresentatives

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announced this week that tney wiu

nick uo the franchise for one .of

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The team that the Egger bro

thers chose to sponsor is the Pacin
sou eh t entry into the Atlantic Side

sought entre into tne Atlantic sioe

loop after the 'Pacific Baseball

League had announced mat tney

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In acquiring the team, tne Mer

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took on one of the powerful con

tenders for the 1958 championship;
for theirs will be a team selected
from among the top player' that

performed for three teams last

year is uaiDoa. 1

The Atlantic Twilight League has
scheduled their opening, date for

Jan. 7, and with the Mercury out outfit
fit outfit now definitely behind the Bal Balboa'
boa' Balboa' yearn, the schedule' will be

prepared for publication sometime

next week.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER It, 1857
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In the second game of Fri Friday
day Friday night's twlnblll.
the easy-going and passive
arbiter worked at first base on
the night of the rumpus, and was
the night of the rumpus, and he
lust did not seem able to do any anything
thing anything right., .
nriiK.'. iinu hotran In the seC-

Pct. CB
556
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.400 J l
ond inning, when with
W IUIC X YVVVO

and a Wta vieja tumw
tnVinnv Krnnf connected

...in, nn nf t pn Fereuson's
balls for what wokm uite
r. .ffioiHsx Wpnrv
vin va blast, oniy u
-11 ob-o a miraculous

the ball. Mitchell's throw to Ber Ber-..
.. Ber-.. -i .n.rlni uprnnd doubled

up Schmidt the CV runner who

It was claimea leu seuuuu
...4- fnwrn nn after the catCn.

for the night as Manager shantz
vonVvH nionc with tnree

or four of his teammates

ed the ump, and alter a noi vci-L-i
k.noi ahoiit?. was told

oai cAtuft"6"i
that he could have the
the night off.
Mitchell airatn figured
nin-vit'i rhnhn.rb when
i
in racing at top speed
TTmkflnht'B hlri Tfr A niL
1
ing. tumbling, effort. The
n trrlv IT fflvitlff
LP. I 50

signal, and the ever-alerLTan.:

kees toOK aavaiitaBc ui
put up another howl.
The straw that ibroke the cam,
el's vertebrae came In the ninth,
when with one out and the has hassocks
socks hassocks loaded -with smokers, Carj
los Heron hit-what looked like a
sure bingle through the box and
to the left of second baafe. ( ;
shni-tstnn Barron made

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2-6
ban and from a prostrate

tion threw to Boa w uuc
,kt, narttrome lueeled Boak s

relay, which, although

most of tne lans preset, um umpire
pire umpire Williamson on making the
-nii connnH wn unable to see.

Bartirome, CV'first baseman in

apparent disgust tnrew u.
into the stands thinking that
the game was ended.
TV. tho enrnrlse of the Crowd,

and even the Carta Vie

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lers, the ump Williamson came
up with the out signal, which al-
i. net (mmoritatelu hsrl the entire

Chesternew team out on
diamond protesting for all they
were worth. Williamson in his
onnfused condition referred to
limolre-in-chief Lou Hilzinger
orfmltted neeinar Bartirome
juggling the ball, therefore the
runner rvM'K tu iuou wuoc
safe. Thereupon, Williamson re
versed his decision ana it was
now Carta Vieja's time to put on
a show.
one out,
nen Mar. Joe Nacchio in a
mnmfflt nf race announced to
L11C Uivoa u.kuu w.u r.
der protest and if the Carta Vie-
. fvat tho otnme was un
fast
smc
1a team was not iavorea ay
league's decision he would have
It withdrawn from competition
and the players sent back home
Mitch
nve
BfraD 01
to the States.
Tn mir ranacltv as neutral ob
servers, we are forced to admit
bimv urn y ,
in not rectifying his decision
earlier was a rather serious of-
xensc, uut u" tiiio :k
strict adherence to the regula regulations
tions regulations in' the Umpire's Manual
no runner can be called out at
first base or any other base on a
. if thp hasp man fails to re
charg
-
rest 01
tain the ball In his glove to com
in the
plete said force
he came
j"iVi4-A.ft0iri rf iinir other r.lub.
to snare
should not be penalized through
111 U U"
arbiter
tnC OUv
the failure 01 an arDiter to ma,
the right decision, and it is, our
firm opinion that if our umpires
should take senousiy tne
of presenting themselves for
,. I rnnoy nVlVstCfll COndl-
WUIK. Ill MIU1-' "
Tt o lnt nf these hraWlS
uuii, nu'w ij j
would have Deen avuiueu.
- We are hoping that hereafter,
umpires working the bases fol follow
low follow flv balls to the point where
they can positively ascertain
that the fielder has caught a fly
ball cleanly, and without the
slightest delay signal the out,
thereby avoiding a recurrence of
last Friday night's tumultuous
tran the
posi
seen by
affair.
CHAMPS' ADDRESS
HIALEAH, Fla. (NEA)- Stall
45 Barn A, Hialeah, it the winter
address of champions. Above the
stall is written, "Stall of the Stars.
Nashua Slept Here. Now IBold Rul Ruler."
er." Ruler." a play-
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On CV Protest

During Week
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The tied-up Chesterfield Smokers
and the Cerveza Balboa Beermen
who lead the Panama Professional
League by one and oneAalf games
over the Carta Vieja Yankees,
meet this afternon at s:ju at u.c
Panama Olympic Stadium.
Both teams play again loniunu
night at 7:30 in the .."fe"
nf a two-eame series, mcic
no aSvity after that until Friday
Dec. 27, when the Yanks tangle
with the-Bermeft-in a nign k
Righthander tiumo.no
,on, who in two starts this tea tea-,ori
,ori tea-,ori both .gainst th. Barmen.
unb..t.n lofty Da ..
wh ha. boatort th Yenkeee
throo timos In thro. Pro League
If!!t" i T..i't triutriDhs have
i wn oi jocistvsi-" w
1-tr.huWuta. This Will be his first
- .o!n:i rhesterfield.
ape --"- f VDttprrfav to
League oiitisu ui j-,
f inHopH bv Carta
consider a piui-c"- -- Mi,i(.
Vieja general manager Joe Nachio
on umpire nnw'
verse call which gave the Smokers
,in nver Carta Vieia Friday
night at the Stadium
reached until next week -when
SlUQies a wu'v". .r :
liamson and plate umpire Lew H I-'
Zinger nave
I hADn insti ulicu m
turn in i" miii.
Present at the meeting were
president Raul Arango and the um um-Hi..
Hi.. um-Hi.. j oom rpnresentatives
who were involved in thebig rhu rhu-barbsT
barbsT rhu-barbsT which followed Williamson's
calls Friday nignt.
Those who spoke' their piece
were Nachio, manager Billy
Shantx and co-owner Erie Delva Delva-He'
He' Delva-He' of the Yankees; -manager
Stanford Graham and owner
Carlos Eleta of the Smokers,- and
umpires Williamson and Lew
Hilzinger, who was plate umpire
I
during the hectic gn. t.
Williamson cauea amuiwci
baseman Carlos Heron out
S-ending doubleplay .Friday
night, and then changed his cal to
safe some 10 minuteS i-
he sought Hilzinger's opinion on
.l. Minunnir violent protests
of the entire nestemciu
The umpire was neariy
by the Yankees in one of the big biggest
gest biggest donnybro.oks in:the league s
history, following hia-WWMU.
Unofficial sources aid that it
was most likely that he Yankee
be honored with
the game reverting ti the safh
b.ses-loaded-one-out s 1 1 uation
that existed before the trouble
started and replayed from thSt
j!-'.. a. namo'nptWeen the
since uic ui fio...
Yanks and the Smokers is. sched
uled for Sunday, Dec. 29, tne
sources predicted that tne coiiuu-
versial inning wouia De reF.j-
h start nf th regularly
scheduled game of that date.
5
sir st LADY Going into the
tournament at the Chicago Coli Coliseum,
seum, Coliseum, Marion Ladewig" held a
crowned globe emblematic of the
World's Invitational Match Game
Bowling Champ ionship. The
Grand Rapids, Mich sharpshoot sharpshooter
er sharpshooter won tlje women!s national ti title
tle title six times., .
CANADIAN WINNER
.'CORAL GABLES. Fla. (NEAJ
Jockey Alphonso Coy joined the
Tropical Park riding colony. He
rode more than 100 winners on
the Canadian circuit last summer.
STEADY WORKMAN
ilANOVER, N.H. (NEA) Gaurd
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i
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SERVICE
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TODAY
BALBOA
I:M 4:10 :? 1:30
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"A HATFUL Or
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Joan Collins
Dan Dalley
"THE WAYWARD
BUS"
DIABLO Z:M A 7:00
J affray Hunter
Share North
"THE WAT TO
THE GOLD"
GAMBOA
7:0
Joan Colllne
Richard Burton
"SEA WIFE"
0ATUN S:S A I
Henry Fonda
Lee J. Cobb
"II ANGRT MEN"
MARGARITA
1:M CIS :
Cary Grant
Deborah Kerr
"AN AFFAIR TO
REMEMBER"
PASAISO
:1S A S:2I
Reck Hudson
"RATTLE
HYMN"
LA BOCA 7:00,
Dean Martin
"Ten Thousand
Bedrooms"
SANTA CRUZ
CIS A S:1S
Henry Fonda
Lee J. Cobb
"II ANGRY
MEN"
CAMP BTERD
1:1 S:1S
June Allyaon
Jack Lemmon
"You Can't Run
Away From It"

AUTO BAND, S. A.
Box 546 Panama, R. P. Tel. 3-7437
Has for sale the following slock
6,000 shares of common slock
at $10.00 per share

to -complete financing of the "3 minute car
wagbv' drive-in restaurant and shopping
center on 50th Street across the street from

8 4he "El Baturro" supermarket in Panama
1 ritv

I
For completa information and for ths. buying of

aj.
a thfta shares kindly contact Mr. Phillip Harman,
e)
J Prttident of Auto-Bafio, S. A. and the Foreign Vice-
!f Prtsi'dent of The American Auto Laundry Association,
Bt the present Auto-Bano (3-minute car wash) on
the Traneisthmian Highway near Sears. Mr. Harman
is there 1rn9 in the morning until 6 at night
-
! YOr CAN BUY EITHER ONE (1) OR
5 AS MANY SHARES AS YOU WISH

Aportments

ATTENTION, 0. I.I Jos
mni furnish! apartment. I,
2 beelrooma, bat. cold watar.
Phana Panama 1-4941.
POR RENT: -Furnished one
bedroom, modern apartment,
garage. All conveniences. 16S
Via Belitario Porrai.
FOR RENT: Niea apartment
married couple or bachelor. Ap Ap-pli.
pli. Ap-pli. Perejil Ave. Call J. A. li limine,
mine, limine, home 7 Apt. No. I.
Tel. 3-4812.
FOR RENT: Living room, din dining
ing dining room, dinette-kitchen. Pa Parian
rian Parian street No. 14-21, next
ttreet from 4th of July. Accei Accei-lible
lible Accei-lible to Canal Zone bus service.
the Canal Zone at Fort Kobbe thea theater
ter theater Dec. 30, at 7:30 p.m. The mi military
litary military show also will be presented
at Gorgas and Coco Solo hospitals,
the 15th Naval District, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Fort Gulick and Albrook Air
Force Base.
Outstanding soldier talent is the
presentation includes Pvt. Clarence
Gulliam, of U.S. Army Europe,
a calypso singer, and Pvt. Alan
Kohan of Fort Die, N.J., a come comedian
dian comedian who is also a composer and
lyricist. Kohan is teamed in a
comedy act with another Fort Dix
soldier. Pvt. Konert m. uisny, who
is being groomed by a New-Year
agency as one of the theatrical
stars of tomorrow.
The IBirk twins John Edward
and Edward John of Fort Car Carson,
son, Carson, Colo., are acrobatic dancers
who studied with Gene Kelly and
Lou Wills before playing in some
of the country's leading night clubs.
Sp-3 Carl Manulkin of U.S. Ar Army
my Army Europe is a singer who took
first place in the All-Army Enter Entertainment
tainment Entertainment Contest vocal soloist
class.
The act presented by Pvt. Charle
D. Robertson of Fort Carson, Colo,
combines several talents. This
young man is a juggler and plays
a fine flamenco guitar. An Alaska
soldier, Pfc Car) C. Wright of Fort
Richardson, hasf a background as
a dancer and comic and his "Roll "Rolling
ing "Rolling Along" act features tap danc dancing
ing dancing specialities.
"The Cavaliers," and outstand outstanding
ing outstanding vocal group, is made up of
Privates Rodney E. Carooll and
Earl Davis of Fort Devens, Mass.,
and James H. Mosby of Fort Boli
var, Va. All have extensive musi musical
cal musical backgrounds including choral
work and Special Services soldier
show.
AMERICANA FOR REDS
MOSCOW (UP) Russia's man-on-the-sreet
will get his iirst
glimpse of what Americans wear
and eat next August when a giant
exhibition is scheduled to open in
Moscow, it was reported today.
The newspaper Sovietskaya Ros Ros-siya
siya Ros-siya reported the fair had been
organized by an American firm firm-International
International firm-International Trade Shows which
has been negotiating with Soviet
authorities since last year. The
fair will include clothes, toys, in industrial
dustrial industrial equipment and an Amer
ican style cafeteria, me news
paper said.

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VAN-DEB-JIB M Stmt N SI FAHMAt IA EL BATIIRRO gn lefevT t
tba Balls Vlsta Theatre. COLON) Central Avenu IUS5 Tel. 431

Automobiles
FOR SALE: A itation waoon in
excellent condition $2300.00.
Call 3-3069.
FOR SALE : Oldsmobile '49
DeLuxe, 2 door. 545-A Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Heights 5295.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge cus custom
tom custom Rouxr hard top sedan W
S W tires, power streering. $2. $2.-600
600 $2.-600 cash. Phone Pedro Miguel
333 or see at 2624-8. Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1953 Willis ieep
itation wagon, four wheel drive,
motor in excellent condition,
good tires, duty paid. Call 2 2-3160.
3160. 2-3160. FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury
Monterrey hardtop with Merco Merco-matic.
matic. Merco-matic. Excellent1 condition. TeL
2-3665 Balboa.
FOR SALE: "53" Merc. 2 door
hard Top Conv, 28.500 original
miles, no rust on bod'v. For fur further
ther further information call Cristobal
3-1463.
FOR SALE: 1 956 English Ford
2 door Sedan, low mileage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. S700.00 cash.
No duty paid. BMSoa 2-4149
or house 24-09, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile
Super 88. Hydramatic, radio,
sun glass, two-tone color. Phone
Balboa 3767. After 3:30.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callnns callnns-ses,
ses, callnns-ses, Ingrown toe nails, font mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"'
Products
J. Armemena Ave. 33-48
Tel 3-2217
YASHICA
"AIRES"
Cameras
l i. linn n. s
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
Oenerai Agent
Gibraltar f.tfe Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-05S3
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
SANTA TOO HU.RRIED
DOTH AN, Ala. (UP) S a n t a
Claus, portrayed by Art Creamer,
was late for the Malvern Baptist
Church Christmas party. A police policeman
man policeman stopped him for speeding.
TODAY ENCANT0 -,.?5-.20
Ronald Reagan In
"HELLCATS OF THE NAVY"
Robert Vaughn In
"NO TIME TO BE YOCN.G'
TODAY IDEAL .30 -.20
Double in Cinemascope!
Sophia Loren Alan Ladd In
"BOY ON A DOLPHIN"
Forrest Tucker In
"QUIET GUN"
CAPITOLIO
35c. 1 ZOo.
THE BUSTER
KXATON STORY
with D. O'Connor
- Also:
THE BLUE DABTLA
with Alan Ladd
S5e.

AtiBNTS OR UUR OmCDI AT U-81

HOUSEHOLD KXCHANiR J d
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Living room set,
tables, couch, chairs, $40.00,
4 burner apartment stov $20,
beauty rest bed with mahogany
frame $60.00.
Must sell. Im-
mediately. Call
Balboa 2-1446.
FOR SALE: I dining table, 4
chairs. I dreser-set, I buffet.
Very cheap. Phone 4-292, Pa Pa-raiso.
raiso. Pa-raiso. C. Z. Bldg. No. 103. Apt.
No. 3.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1954 VINCENT
motorcycle 1000 cc. Perfect
condition, recent overhaul. Will
trade for 500 cc motorcycle or
car. Inquire at Taller Pasadena
on the Trans-Isthmian highway.
Ask for Cundi Garrido.

AROUND TOWN
BY TOM

The steady stream of hustling,
bustling humans in the city cer certainly
tainly certainly accentuates the immedia immediacy
cy immediacy of Christmas, which would
have been "laid to rest" when
this column again make its ap appearance,
pearance, appearance, come next Sunday.
But. during this period of ca carols,
rols, carols, giving, receiving and as assorted
sorted assorted activities, it would not be
amiss that in deference to the
existing troubled times, the
world over that we ponder seri
ously the time-honored saying of
"Peace on earth, goodwill to towards
wards towards men," that we grasp the
full significance of these half
dozen words, and attempt In the
i weeks and months ahead, to con
tribute in some measure to help help-ins
ins help-ins others live fuller, happier
life".
So, on this Sabbath, almost 72
hours before the "big day,'1 we
extend to all readers of this col
umn Christmas greetings in this
year of missiles, sputniks and
flopnicks. .
The way that deaths as a re
sult of traffic accidents are oc
curring these days, there seems
to be an urgent need for more
vigilance and sterner measures
in order to curb this alarming
situation, which so far has
reached a total of 49, five of
which occurred during the
course of the week.
We are not, however, recom recommending
mending recommending action as drastic as
this:
"In Saudi Arabia If an auto automobile
mobile automobile accident occurs which
does not result in death, the op operator
erator operator is imprisoned for one year
and hfs driver's license if revok revoked.
ed. revoked. If the accident results in the
death of any passenger and the
driver is proved to be at fault,
he Is executed, no matter who
he is."
We do maintain, however, that
something should be done.
In our column of Nov. 17, we
dedicated almost six inches of
space to a situation at El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hilton, which we said was
one "tacitly concerned with hu human
man human relations, and as such a re review
view review of the action which was
nothing short of drastic should
be undertaken."
During that same week we
learned also through published
reports that only 49 persons were
affected up to then by a reshuf reshuffling
fling reshuffling of personnel.
The report also stated that In
addition to certain factors of re reorganization,
organization, reorganization, customers would
be benefited by reduced prices.
Therefore, when he hotel's GM
last week took issue with a
squawk about the manifest ab
sence of these reduced prices, it
become somewhat disturbing,
because, we could not conceive
in the least that bad faith exist existed
ed existed in the general management's
statement of the "lower price
policy."
However, we are not yet re reconciled
conciled reconciled to the fact that the es estimable
timable estimable GM would have made
such a categoric statement with without
out without first ascertaining the pres present
ent present purchasing power of the dol dollar.
lar. dollar. On the other hand. It is the
duty of management to encour encourage
age encourage trade, by sifting complaints
thoroughly, in order to harmon harmonize
ize harmonize opinions or conditions which
are adverse, because in a good
many Instances, squawks are in inspired
spired inspired by "traditional hardtim-
VOL
R I O
:c.
35c.

SWAMP WOMEN
TAJtZASi AND
THE HTJNTEK
- Also: -Another
Picture!

MAN or THE
- Also: -THOUSAND
FACES
INTERLUDE

"II" BTHMT. PANAMA- MRRKPIA rr.KC ADO-7 Btreei "JJi"

la Osm Ave. N 41 IfwTOnoMV
llml r ABMAvIA -Aa- VI rorr.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Hills Cottage at
Coronado Beach, 2 bedrooms,
modarn improvements, 2 power
plants and wall an property.
Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
25-3024.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom chalet
In Las Cumbres. Call 7 No.
700. TelepVne 2032. Informa Information
tion Information Panama City. Telephone 2 2-1718.
1718. 2-1718. FOR SALE: Three bedroom
masonry chalet on 1800 square
maters, fenced, all utilities, te television
levision television and telephone. Mead,
304 3rd St., Phone 2044 Las
Cumbres. ;
Boats & Motors
World's largest 100 fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass cabin crusier, on display
at ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
side street Panama Hotel.
,ers." But, when management un
dertakes to answer in such a
vein as the Dec. 18 missive in
the Mail Box, the effects may be
harmful.
Several Yuletide concerts will
be given today. On the pacific
side music supervisor Miss Emilv
Butcher, will lead the Alumni
Glee Club at La Boca; in Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City the Poro Club presents
the Rockwell Glee Club under
the direction of Percival Thomas
and at the Fifth of November
Park the Colon Fire Department
band under the baton of Prof.
Lt. Reginald F-"cott will per perform.
form. perform. The recently organized Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side Health Bureau Social
and Sporting club, will be mak making
ing making its nubile debut bv taklnz a
troupe to the Coco Solo Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital to entertain the patients
there today. Our congrats to you
ior a aeea wen done.'
Officers of the group are: Roy
Clarke, president; Alfred Hib Hib-bert,
bert, Hib-bert, vice-president; Norma Ver Vernon,
non, Vernon, secretary; Gilbert Donnv,
asst. secretary; Zetta Stamp,
treasurer; Winston Thomas,
business manager; Barbara Bry Bryan,
an, Bryan, fiscal; Vernon McCalla, asst.
business manager; Allan Smith,
propaganda manager a" Norma
Laing, chaplain.
Federico Murray Jr. was this
week receiving encomiums for
his victory scored in the "Moth "Mother's
er's "Mother's Day Essay" contest spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Panama Lions Club,
for primary school children.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Fede Federico
rico Federico Murray of Parque Lefevre,
Junior was feted by the Lions
along with other contestants and
their parents at the Union Club.
Belated congrats are extended
to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brent of
house 385, Paraiso, who on Dec.
11 quietly observed their 14th
wedding anniversary.
Of the many couples listed to
come in for their share of anni anniversary
versary anniversary felicitations on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Day are friend Victor Gray
and the missus. The duo resides
at 2375-A, Fourth Street, Rio A A-bajo,
bajo, A-bajo, and of course in celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating their ninth the Grays will be
at home to friends.
The same greetings and, no
doubt type of celebration, is in
order lor the Jack Jamiesons,
who also complete nine years of
marital bliss come Xmas Day.
The lusty singing of the "hap "happy
py "happy birthday" cnorus set tne pace
last Friaay for a surprise party
tendered in honor oi Kenneay
Donaldson of Phoenix building
on Melendez Avenue in Colon.
The get-together, arranged by
tne popular ice venders cnarm
lng better hall. Verna, was well
enjoyed by those who attended.
Birthday greetings during the
course ol the week also went out
to Mrs. Norma Stamp, wife of
Lloyd Stamp of the capital and
on Monday 23rd, Martha Thomas
oi Rio Abajo will be in line ior
hers.
Mrs. Una Genore and Miss Iris
Charleston are scheduled to
leave for Jamaica today. Both
well-known Colon residents plan
to spend the Yuletide season In
VICTORIA
20c
lie 15c
MIDNIGHT STORY
with Tony Curtis
- Alao: -QUANTE2
with Fred Ma 'Murray

Znvmn tmto MMt

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Miscellaneous
Just received largest stock ever
shown in Panama, Fishjng tack tackles,
les, tackles, cypress garden 'water skis,
baseball and under water equip-
ment. Hundreds of sports items
to select from. A guarantee of.
satisfaction with every sale.
ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
side street Panama Hotel. Phone
3-6895 or 3-0264. Open until
9:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:
ming pool
-4 by 6 nylon swim swim-for
for swim-for children, It is
brand new, and will sell for
$20.00. Call Panama 3-0683.
FOR SALE: Xmae Special.
Come early and select from the
new crop of woodroses. Plenty
of long stemmed ones are now
available. Excellent for Xmas
gifts. For your convenience w
are open from 8 a.m. until 8
p.m. Ancon Greenhouse, Mor Morgan's
gan's Morgan's Garden Ceroxal, C. Z.
Phone 2-2390.
FOR SALE: Small portable bat battery
tery battery tape recorder. Price $125.
Call Panama 2-3937.
FOR SALE: Dinette set 4 chairs
and table one 6x9 grey rug. All
porcelan Wastinghous Ref. For
further information. Call Crirto Crirto-bal
bal Crirto-bal 3-146J.
FOR SALE: Wastinghous re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, mahogany living room
io. Sinner sewing machine,
chrome dinette set, double bed.
House 6C8 De' esseps Second St.
Phone 3-2934.
SPECIAL SALES
500 color bateas colombino des des-sinq
sinq des-sinq 400 for decoration in, dinig
and living rooms arts of the
Americans Ave, Nacional No.
FOR SALE: Dining table table-chairs;
chairs; table-chairs; piano; radio-phonograph;
horse; toys; miscellaneous.
2308-B. Balboa 3715.
fche beautiful and scenic Isle of
Springs.
Incapacitated since last Mon Monday
day Monday has been Alfred B. Warner,
veteran fraternalite and civic
worker.
The genial sefior may be visit visited
ed visited in ward 13, and hopes are en entertained
tertained entertained for his speedy and
complete recovery.
MINUTE COMPLIMENT: Miss
Blandina Waterman, Prof. Gil Gil-berto
berto Gil-berto Perez and principal Ellis
Fawcett are being patted on the
back for the rich program pre presented
sented presented last Monday at the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso gym, featuring the school's
orchestra and choral group.
Lest we forget, last Friday Miss
Maria Elena Abbott, daughter of
our good friend Vicente Abbott
and his comely wife Emilia, ob observed
served observed her 15th birthday. She is
a student of the Instituto Ist Ist-meno.
meno. Ist-meno. Many happy returns al although
though although somewhat late.
Shortly after Christmas, that
Is, next' Saturday, Dec. 29, the
V e n. Archdeacon Lemuel B.
Shirley will enplane for New
York from where he will leave by
ship for England, to enter St.
Augustine's College, Canterbury,
England.
The reverend gentleman is ex expected
pected expected to be away for about nine
months. Bon voyage, Padre.
A baby boy was born recently
to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter
at Gorgas Hospital obstetrical
section.
Mama, the former Elaine Elli Elliot,
ot, Elliot, is coming along nicely, while
Daddy, who is a member of the
U.S. Navy, Is on sea duty.
GRIN AND BEAR: A somewhat
superstitious fellow head that
in order to have luck in the lot lottery,
tery, lottery, you should go to the cem cemetery
etery cemetery and cry over the grave of
some dead relative. Having a
brother who died recently, he
went to the cemetery one .day,
and after about 50 minute he
was satisfied that all was set for
Sunday's lottery drawing.
However, to his surprise, noth nothing
ing nothing happened that Sunday. So,
the following day ne returned to
the cemetery and this time he
cried harder and longer, only to
realize that he was performing
his gymnastics at the wrong
grave.
Explaining his plight to the
grave keeper, he was asked what
his brother looked like. To which
he replied: "Sir, he is the spit spitting
ting spitting image of me." Surprised, the
grave keeper queried further as
to how long he had been dead.
"Only six months," replied the
weeper. "Impossible," said the
grave keeper, "because anyone
looking like you must be dead
for more than six months."
THOUGHT FOR TODAY: The
small courtesies sweeten life, the
greater ones ennoble lt. Bot'ee.
WINDOW SHOWS
NEW YORK (UP) This city'a
famed department store window
decorations have devoted them them-aelvea
aelvea them-aelvea during the Christmas tea tea-son
son tea-son to entertauuEf the children,
meetly with rocal, prancing, danc dancing
ing dancing displays. Aitjong hundreds oi
window shows are a live two-ring
circus, animated, a aim all c avert averting
ing averting is. cofturrre, perfermiag faif
tale characters and elfin animals
tatiriziDg television shows with
one window labeled This Is Your
Past,"

Mlscellonepus'
ALCOHOLICS, ANONYMOUS
, DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
WANTED: Chihuaha Pupa not
hairless. Phone. Panama 3-0614
between 12:15 and 2 p.m.
WANTED: Boat akaiit IC.f.nt Ms
motor and trailer. 87-5140.
FOR SALE: Wire Fox Terrier
puppies, A.K.C, registered, do
not shed hair. Ideal Christmas,
gift for children. House 2249 1
Carr St., Balboa.
Army Hospital
May Arrive
In Small Packet
OMAHA (UP) The Air Force
has come up 'with a way to load
a complete 36-bed hospital into a
package the size of a bathroom.
The, packaged hospital, a brain brainchild
child brainchild of the Strategic Air Com Command,
mand, Command, takes up only 500 cubic
feet, yet has complete w a r d
woom, laboratory operating table
and X-ray facilities.
Brig. Gen. Lloyd E. Griffis,
SAC air surgeon, said the pack packaged
aged packaged hospital was necessary be because
cause because SAC bombers and combat
crews are continua'ly poised for
rapid deployment to advanced
I bases overseas.

i ..W i.il

Cerveceria Nacional,
Se As, ';.
" (NATlOKAL!sBREWERV!liC)
Offers in rental its property known as the
"Milwaukee Plant," located on Avenue Jose
Francisco de la Ossa, Panama Gty, For in
formation, please visit the General Management.

To3ay b
60c.
30c.

DRIVE-IN

GREAT WEEKEND RELEASE!

Ambush

Five desperate
men and one
desirable
woman ...
all marked
for death by
the murderous
Cheyennes!
GDaCiffa

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UNDA DARNELL DALE ROBERTSON

JOHN LUND
t eritt) REGIS TOOMEY SKIr
jorrn pouctTTE
WrfttsM by FREDERIC LOUIS FOX
; Wrctd by LEWIS (J. FOSTER

WANTEDf v Offic MMagar.
Apply to Box 93 Colon, giying
dataili and including photo.

SERVICES
3 -minute ear wash $ 1 steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
ears $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway hear Soars. ..,
FREE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY t
on( T. V HI-FI, Radra. and
Phonographs,. Sam day 'service -it
call Is recieved hi 7:00 p.m.
We have transistors tor 1957
; i4 58 automobile radios, Phen
PanamtC J-7607 U. SViTalavt.
'"-&'i&M';'
; Th best dinner and'- drinks
are served In Tour, modetn' air-conditioned
cafeteria grifTuend ..
bar. Hotel" lnternacional Pla Pla-ja'
ja' Pla-ja' 5"d Mayo.
Chu7ch: Bells-Toll"
istmas
For Italian Town
MUSIO, Italy, Dec? 20 UP)
Church bolls today'tolled the last
Christmas for the mountain Ijam.
let of Musio, It will, Aie before the
New Year.
No hand rang the tells. They
tolled by themselves iii the church
steeple tilted by a slide of earth
beneath the, buUdin&sEach move movement
ment movement of the earth toward an 80 80-foot
foot 80-foot cliff .overlooking v, beautiful
Lake Garda, caused them to clang.
For 10 years, the: earth has ben
slipping from under Musio. Houses
have crumbled. Families have
moved away, only 14 villagers re remaining.
maining. remaining. They were told this week
that their homes no longer -were
safe. They all must leave by Dec.
28.
The hamlet and the steeply' ter terraced
raced terraced farmland around it eventual eventually
ly eventually will Slither over the cliff into
the lake.
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Holiday decoration lit the Scandinavian manner, a wooden tree
decorated with fruit, cookie 'and tiny packarea, blendi per perfectly
fectly perfectly with inexpensive, weathervane-patterned chin

by KAY SHERWOOD

LET your tableware add to the

holiday-atmosphere by using it in
clever and easy-to-njake Christ Christ-mat
mat Christ-mat decorations. Patterns and
shapes suggest specific arrange-

mpnt.4. ..

For example: a provincial
weather vane motif on an inex

pensive, new, dinnerware can be
paired on a holiday table with a
1 wooden "tree" hung with fruit

;and cookies in the Scandinavian

'tradition

use with plain, white, contempo contemporary
rary contemporary dinnerware.

Chocolate, Candy Treats

Makp Fine Xmas Gifts

DELICIOUS Christmas candy rift treats like these are simvit

U make. They require only chocolate, Cvu siui ana wcr.

By CAYNOR MEDDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

We never set so modern that Uod with red cinnamon candies oi

the urge to make Christmas xan- t iditional semi-sweet morsels;

dy guts leaves us. But, of course, i

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we do prefer modern shortcuts to

old-fashioned candy treats.

Here are two really delightful

candies. Only three ingredients

Nut-Mallow Fudge
(Yield: 1 J -4 pounds) no
Three quarters pound marshi

mallows (48), 1-4 cup butter. .1

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wrapped,

For something novel, pile mod modern,
ern, modern, square and triangular shape
co'ored oil ornaments in contem-

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standard use of conventional glass
ornaments for this purpose.

needed semi-sweet chocolate tablespoon water, 1-8 teaspoon sa t

morse s, corn syrup and water.

Packaged attractively ; and festive-

CHRISTMAS IN DIABLO Bill Hollowell (at far right) gets ready to launch his sleigh on one of Its many trips through
the Zohe. The Jingling of bells on the Hollowell sleiga bring3 Christmas magic to the small Isthmians.

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With the traditional silverolate

hollow ware shined up for the ho

liday parties, take advantage of

The tree Is made of four dowe's is sparkle for off-duty use in dec-

of graduated length, run dowels orations,
through holes drilled in a slender I
center post that is nailed to a I A silver platter with a wood well
wood base' ,nd tree carving block can double
. s the base for a gleaming Christ-
It maybe painted red or white, nas nlaaue set on a buffet or

oranges ana apples are stuck on console table.

ends of the dowels and cookies snraved with.

they

gift.

are an ideal

Chocolate Tiny Treats
(Yield: 100 candies)
One 6-ounce package (1 cup)

semi-sweet chocolate morsels, 3
tablespoons light corn, syrup, 2
tablespoon water, 1 cup' finely

chopped nuts. Vi cup tinted but

ter irosting.

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.'- By JEAN BAILEY v;

,Jh first Christmas in Panama is ofteri a shock to North Americans. Accustomed to associating Yujetide
with brisk, cold air and snow on tht ground, the balmy Trade Winds that rustle th palm fronds as they
herald the dryseasonjc seem a poor substitute. -...',
l omattejt Jhow well the? commissaries ijost,. exchanges andPanama stores stock, upi. ,.thi last .week of
c.tnopgMVunAPfr&siratiort.VAff th little ; things tliat on imagines' wjll mean so much" to the children, and
the special gift for one's husband just can't be found. At this stage it is grimly consoling to remember that
; he has never used those "career" cuff links that you shopped all over for in the states, and the children
broken everything except a sturdy construction, toy before Christmas Day was over-, last year.
A diawback for newcomers is that they keep waiting to get the Christmas Christmas spirit, while longer longer-established
established longer-established residents rush off to the Toy Sale when it opens in October and buy up everything, letting the
competitive spirit take the place of subtler emotions.

an

are tied td the "branches" with
ribbons (bake or buy cookies

witft holes in them). The dinner-

ware: weather vane pattern is in

shades of ocher, bronze and black

against wnue.

It shows up well with a white

tree against a dark green cloth

Put semi-sweet chocolate mors

els in tOD of doable boiler with

.Greens, lightly iiight corn syrup and water. Place

snow, form a ever hot, not boiling, water, stir1

This type of setting is adaptable 'horizntally as

o uwer provincial pattern or to piece.

graceful little tree when boughs ring occasionally, until chocolate
are taped along the grooves of the j? melted. Remove from water;
tree-patterned block. s.ir in chopped nuts'. Drop semi-
.veet mixture by scant iialf-tea-,
Make a base from a flat, red- sioonfuls on waxed Daner lined

wrapped box; add a few silvery cDokie sheet. Chill until firm.

rrnaments and prop against the Spread tops of about 2-3 of the
wall on a braided mat, or use it iiiniatures with small amount but-

table center tir frostine. Din in shredded ca-

'conut or finely chopped nutsf or walls and furniture.

1 b-ounce package (1 cup) semi
sweet chocolate morsels, 1 tablo
spoon vanilla, 1 cup chopped nutsj'
optional.
Combine marshmallows, butter,'
water and salt in saucepan; Brinx',
to a boil over moderate heat, sti-n
ring constantly. Boil 1 t minul,'
stirring constantly. Remove frou
heat and stir in semi-sweet cho
olate morsels and vanilla untjll
smooth. Add nuts, if desired. Tunl'!.

into 2 greased 5 l-4x4-inch alumW

num foil pans. Chill until firm."'

Decorate with butter irosting
desired. m

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A small blackboard in a child's t

room or in the family recreation;

room may save wear and tear on.:

walmaDer. Encouraue younsstersx

to plant their scribblings and pic-;;

tures on tne ooara rainr xna r

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But those who make forays into
Panama City during the Christ Christmas'
mas' Christmas' season, find themselves re returning
turning returning with a miniature manger
and a sackful of. tiny figurine to
vert up their ifirst Jnacimiento. Ji
family gathered aaroqjdli ,naci ,naci-miento
miento ,naci-miento while the older children ex explain
plain explain the story of Christ's birthday

io tne, little tones, maKes oania
idausiake ai back seat and ;causes
Sarents to look at each other with
ear humility and love.

f Christmas- decorations take on

new meaning here". Newcomers
are generally delighted that the
fragrant spruce, trees arrive in
such good condiion. and if it does
make one feel; a trifle regiment regimented,
ed, regimented, to have them al dehvered-ton
one day, it Saves: many : a sniall
heartache.
vThe gleeful cfy "I've got a
Christmas tree" is answered by
an equally happy,; 'So have I," as
the children comparnotes.

After the Christmas tree is trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, Isthmians often start work working
ing working on original decorations. Some
of the big tropical leaves look won

derful-painted silver or gold; piec pieces
es pieces of fan coral and shells won by

skin divers become glamorous

with a little dusting of gilt, and
the daintiest, miniature trees are

made from the seed bearing

branched of the palm trees.,
Let a newcomer start tinkering
with these props and he'll never
miss his" fir cones.
Holiday parties abound. Hospit Hospitable
able Hospitable Isthmians, always ready to
throw a party, find Christmas the
best excuse and every club church

or school has itsrelebration large

or small. x.j.

r. Outside i decorations have be

come more spectacular in recent
years. Old timers say that it is
due to the fresh interest Zonians

have in their homes, since they

have new, attractive houses, Sanr;

ta Claus Lane has been a show The Hallowells are also leaders

place at Christmas for many years in the tree-burning party, which

and other displays which show a lis become the traditional way

staggering amount of imagination, j ena uiristmas nere.

tkill and effort can be found on

Curundu Heights. A really home homesick
sick homesick Isthmian can find a roof cov-

After New Year's Day. boys

nd girls go around to collect the

ered with snow, icicles driDDine i.'ees mat nave already Deen "pro'

realistically and Santa and hisimised," and they drag them by

reindeer atop it all in Curundu. rind or Denmd Dicycies to the site

Santa Claus himself makes on- n. tne miming.

ly a brief appearance at the com

missaries, but he shows up at
children's parties on the Army

posts, and at many private and

charity parties.
One of Santa's most enthusias

tic helpers is Bill Hallowell of
Diablo. Bill, his family and friends
have made an elaborate sleigh

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Smooth it freely on your neck or wrisb

A welcome treat on tltro-hoi doyf
well ot e friction mosoge ofter
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your both or shower, i

Sometimes a "burn" is a block

affair, and sometimes it is a priv

ate pany. it is generally accom

panied by hot dogs and pop for
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ne cniiuren, ana a Deer dusi lor
he adults.
The big children throw the trees

which is towed, by a red truck on the fire, while an -adult su su-mounted
mounted su-mounted with reindeer. AH through tervises and a couple more stand
the holidays the Hallowell sleigh ly with hoses. The "little children

carries hundreds of happy chit J ok on with amazement as the
dren on joy rides. They are issued t ee flares up in a glory of red
red caps and bells to jingle as they cid eold and the erovn-upi chat

board, and they make a merry ii the glow of the fire, contented
sight as they sing "Jingle Bells" tiat Christmas has passed so plea plea-en
en plea-en routeV aantly, and ready to enjoy, anoth anoth-This
This anoth-This year Bill has added a local er year in the tropics.
note by suspending a cayuco be-
tween the truck and the sleigh. In Remove- an old scent from a
the cayuco sits a Panamanian San- oerfume atomizer before refilling

ta rigged out in a montuno and a tie container. Do this by filling

ranama hat. tie container with rubbing alco-

When Zone children hear the hoi. Let stand an hour, then re-

iinglefof bells, and see the Hal Hallowell
lowell Hallowell sleigh going by loaded with
heir buddies, they know that
Christmas is here.

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both dry before filling with aew

perfume-

make your reserygiions now for

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CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER
from noon Balboa -Room
from 7 pjnyBell Vista Room

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: V with X orchestras for continuous music

, Recnlar dinner serrei la Balboa Rooms.
SPECIAL GOURMETS DINNER XI 12. per person) also
will be served in Balboa Room for a limited number.
Anyone ordering Gonrmeta Dinner will receive a
complimentary entrance to patio party.
Please reserro early. .. v.. 1-
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i THE STORY: Sarah Gillespie realizes that hfr hus hus-J)qnd
J)qnd hus-J)qnd Tom is a liar and a bold one. She is shocked when
she remembers that Dennert had been killed with a blud bludgeon
geon bludgeon of some sort and that her husband had been carry carrying
ing carrying a shotgun the Saturday afternoon the man was mur murdered.
dered. murdered. She walks away from Tom, cold all over.
i. XXI recognized, nobody could do that;
i was his bcaten-up hat.
KIOTTA couldn't contain her Carlota exclaimed at that. "You

curiosity as to how Sarah nad -iea tor me Diograpny too. sne
been able to identify the dead boked arch. "That's where you
man how she knew who he was. people met. Sarah, you wretch,
Sarah told the story Tom hadiwhy didn't you tell meP"
"instructed her to tell. Someone Sarah smiled faintly. "I didn't

"had introduced her to Dennernmiow mat you a De particularly
somewhere and she had seen bim interested."
-later around the Village and fi- Steven was hungry, said they'd
,al'v in the Melville house. It I all feel better with some food,

wasn't the man nimseu sne naa uiuve vanoua uown io

me siuie. vvinie uiey were gone
Sarah told Steven about his
senbbed note she'd found in her
apartment, and asked when he'd
been there and was freshly star startled.
tled. startled. He said slowly, "Will you do
something for me, Sarah? Will

ou forget about the note, forget

was in your apartment that

tlay?"
The poison injected into her
veins by Tom distorted her vi vision.
sion. vision. If Tom could lie anvbodv

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could lie. .Steven looked differ different,
ent, different, strange. .What harm was

there in Steven s dropping into

her apartment? He and Carlot

ta had a key, one or both of

them had done it before. . .She

had only found the note last Fri-

I day night, because wind had
iblown papers to the floor, but .it

I! couid nave been there a long
. time. .She was convinced that

I the day to which Steven alluded
Iwas the day of Grant Melville's

death. Tom warning her to keep

quiei aooui tnings, and now

oieven was acting as if some something
thing something were wrong.
"All right, I'll forget about it."
Then at once he was himself
again. He patted her shoulder.
"Good girl. . .I'll tell you about
it some day. I can't now."

Just About Everyorie;ls Santa Cltius ctiAMook

Hundreds of Underprivileged Kids and Orphans

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Of Panama City and David Get Big No-Snow Job

Trw Story of
Fobulou jimmy Wolker
...Moyor of New York
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UNTOLD
STORY!

WHEN' Carnev finished with

the stone house that evening he
stopped in at the Tasks. Florrie
Brown and Diana Satterlee were
both there.

The lieutenant put his Question

to the room mildlv and without

explanation "Would vou mind tefl-

ing us where you people were in-

I dividually on oct. 3."
Remembering back weeks to a

particular day was usually diffi difficult;
cult; difficult; but Sarah observed that
Carlotta and Stevpn niana st.

tavlaa nnrl ITln;A Ti 1 1

niiu i-iuuie .Diuwn naa no

(trouble, they knew instantly the
day to which the lieutenant re-

i-wcu. one tuuiun l ueciue wnein wnein-er
er wnein-er Steven would have denied be being
ing being in New York or not, he didn't
get the chance. Internecine war warfare
fare warfare broke out between Florrie
and Diana Satterlee. Florrie spoke
first. "The third. .1 can't recall,
but you were in New 'York then,
you and Felix, Di."
Di Satterlee gave Florrie a look
out of her haggard eyes, and said
in a freezing tone. "I remember

the day very well indeed. It was

the day Grant died" and then
she exploded. Turning to Carney
she said furiously. "Ask that lit

tle tart what she was doing hav

ing cocKtans with Grant in the

Longchamps at Twelfth Street at
around two o'clock that afternoon."

It was Florries turn then. She,
jumped up irom the couch spill spilling
ing spilling her drink. "You old bag. You
" Epithets poured out of her.

COLUMBIA PICTURES it J. J
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' Sensational story of
"TO HELL AND BACK"
'THE GUNS OF

FORT PETTICOAT"

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Most U. S. Air Force personnel

stationed in the Isthmus are do

mg two jobi these days to prepare

for the coming holiday season.

With St. Nick just around ihe

corner and the Spirit of Christma

gradually overcoming even the

most pessimists or "you've got to

have snow on Christmas tninKers

Air Force personnel, their wives
and children "have been and are

eoina to do a lot about Santa Claus

for the underprivileged children in

the Republic.
Satrtiha on Dec. 7, the Albrook

Protestant ChaDel Guild teamed

with the wives of the 25th Naval

District to have the fist Christ

mas nartv of the season;

Picking up 106 Spanisn spai
no children at trw Guachapali Mic

sion in Panama, they wtra taln

to the Basa Nursery where the two

organizations preaentea pro-

oram for the children.

After numerous hot dogs, soda

non. ice cream ana cane, oauw

took over and distributed gifts, to

each child present.

Dec. 14, a second group of 136

Fnelish srieakine children from

the Guachaoali Mission were givn

a similar party by the same two
organizations. ,;
, Aoso. bh Dec. 14, the Catholic

Sodality of Albrook teamed with

the-Holy Name society ana gave

a party for 90 boys trom tne asi.
lo de la Infancia orphanage in Pa
nama.
Ater heine shown a typical West-

pm afternoon cowboy movie' the

group proceeded to the Albrook

flight line to waicn oama arrive
by helicopter (no snow for sleight,
remember) and o to the Albrook
Officers' Club where the children

were served sandwiches, drinKs,

ice cream and cake, and Santa
distributed presents.

j THE story came out, of course,
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u nas iu. aieven, t;ariotta. Bob

land florrie Brown had all been

in jew York that day. After a

quarrel with her husband the
evening before, Florrie had dash

ed on in their car at around eight
p.m., leaving a note saying she
was going to stay with her aunt
in New Jersey and Bob could ex expect
pect expect her back when he saw her.
He went to Carlotta with his tale
of woe, and Carlotta, who shared
his worry about Florrie and what
she might do, had gone after her
with .Bob Brown. Stevpn

home an hour or so after she and
Bob Brown started. He read the

message Carlotta had left for

mm, waited for a while in the
hope they'd return, and whpn

they didn't appear by two a.m.
borrowed Sproul's car and went
a ter them he didn't want Car Carlotta
lotta Carlotta mixed up in the Brown's

fights.

In New York, were he arrived

at around nine on the mornine of

the third, Steven went to t h e

Morns, the hotel at "which he
generally stayed when in town,

Thi 2 oreanizations also gave the

sisters of the Sacred Heart worn
the orphanage clothing for each
of the children.
On Dec. 19 Caribbean Air Com.
personnel held their 14th consecu consecutive
tive consecutive "Operation Christmas" for
the underprivileged and orphan
children in David.
Approximately 8,000 pounds of
toys, clothing, foodstuffs and oth other
er other gifts together with Santa and
many of his helpers flew to David
and held Christmas4arties at the
Medalla Milagrosa orphanage, Pa Panama
nama Panama Red Cross' day nursery and
the children's ward ot the San

Jose de Obaldia Hospital.

Over 400 yards of cloth was

also distributed among the orphans

of tne Medalla Milagrosa together

With two sewing machines-, so the

sisters in the orphanage could

make the little girls' dresses.

The sewing machine will also be
used in the domestic course where

instructions are given in sewing,
cookisg and other skills needed in

housekeeping. v
For over a month, Air Force per personnel
sonnel personnel have been donating the tovs.

clothing and canned foods that
were distributed among the orga

nizations.

As usual "Operation Chrittrnas"

was climaxed by a grand parade

through the streets of David with

Santa riding a ieep and hundreds of
children standing on the- streets

to greet the "old man with tho
white beard' as he made his an.

nual pilgrimage.

Yerterdav mornintr. :th AlhrnnTr

Officers' Wives Club through bro

fits f their Thrift. Shop, gave a

Christmas p.arty lor over 200 chil- ganizations

dren selected by the Ministerio de
Prevision Social in Panama.
The party started at 10 o'clock
at the Base Service Club with the
776 Air Force Band providing
Christmas music The program con
sisted mainly of food; refreshments
an the distribution of gifts by
Santa.

Today the Albrook Protestant
Chapel Guild and the Navy; wives
of the 15th, Naval District- are a a-gain
gain a-gain teaming up td present v 300
Christmas stockings to the children
at the Guachapali Mission.;
The stockings, have feeen tmade.

by .the Navy wives and filled with

canned, goods donated by the chil

dren ot the Albrook Protestant Sun

day School-

Stockings will also contain' small

toys, canned goods and candy pro

viuea oy ine uuna. ,

All told, this Christmasv apnroxi

mately 1,0,00 children will be Biven

a "bit of Christmas" through Air

force wives and their sister -or-

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'THE STRANGE ONE'

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BEN : S 1

got a room and telephoned a a-round.
round. a-round. Steven tried half a dozen

people, among them Sarah, try trying
ing trying to find Carlotta, who finally
turned up at the hotel at a quar quarter
ter quarter of six that evening.
She and Bob Brown had been

equally unsuccessful in catching
up with Florrie. Bob Brown start

ed for Fiorrie s aunt in Jersey,

sure that she would go there
:When she ran out of funds. He
was still there when Steven got
hold of him after 10 that night.
Steven had bad the bright idea
0" calling Cornwall and Florrie
was home.
Lieutenant Carney had taken ev everything
erything everything down in his methodical

way. lie said, "You leit New

York at what time that day, the
third, Mrs. Brown?"
"Fivish, maybe nearer six."
"Where were you in the mean-

line, if -you le't Mr. Melville at I
a little a ter three?" I

She had been shopping at Dukt

Pope Pius Listens
To Advent Message
in Throne Hall
VATICAN CITY. Dec. 21 tlHM

Pius XII, hid to sigm oy i.ium,
listened to an Advent, sermon in
the wide throne hall of the Vati Vatican
can Vatican palace today in the .i?t pre pre-Christmas
Christmas pre-Christmas rite before delivering his
appeal for peace in the world to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Scarlet -robed Cardinals, Archbi

shops, Bishops and prelates of the

Papal Court listened intenMy to
the sprmon. delivered by the Pa

pal preacher. Capuchin Father Lie Lie-mente
mente Lie-mente de Santa Maria in Punta.
The Pope sat in a corner, ebneear ebneear-ed
ed ebneear-ed by the screen so his sight would
not divert attention from tne
preacher.
The ceremony, which followed

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GIRL SCOUTS of Troop 83 from AlbrookA are presenting a .Christmas prograrft ftver CTN-TV
tomorrow at. 6:30 p.m. The group has been rehearsing Christmas: Carols for several weeks.
Besides the television program, the girls will .go", caroling nightly between now anc Christ

mas in the quarters area of Albrook. Scoujks are, (first row). Sandra lalngin, 'Carole. LopezK
Martha Ann Wrzesriiewski; (second row), Pa trlc,ia .Anthoh, Priscllla piishlfe, .Terry Marti

nez, Sharon McFall, .GaiTLott; (third row) ReWca Bennett, Sandra 'Fall,' isii Johnson,
and 'Darlene Cardlri. April Gomez and Diane LaGrange are also members-of the roup but

are not pictured above. .,; ' i .f

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SOME OZ THE 140 CHILDREN from the GuadhapaH- Mission
are shown above, as Santa distributed presents to the them,
earlier this month at Albrook Jlir Force Basa The' Albrook
Protestant Chapel Guild joined with the wives of the 15th
Naval District to present two parties tor the 'children- on
Albrook. ;

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Cyprus Governor
Meels Red Chief
Amid Hew Tension

NICOSIA. Cyprus, Dec. 21 (UP)

Governor Sir Hugh Foot met with

Huai wai-Bca -..;, t.j ;

at the beginning of this month,! ease new tension

Pope and his court were attending

in preparation for Christmas.

Tomorrow morning, the Pope
receives the Christnwi greetings

of the College of Cardinals, Rom

an prelates and officials of tne ft-

Dal Court in a guttering ceremony
before delivering his Christmas

speech to the world at S a.m. snarp.

and Carmine's. "And Bob-Bever

even noticed my new things.) .

Florrie threw out an' arm and

pointed at Carlotta. "He doesn't

care anything about me," she
sobbed. "He's in love with her.
He is, he is I know he is.".
(TO Bf CONTINUED -," j
NiXT WEEK)

which has gripped the island since

his arrivat
Foot, who, has drawn plaudits

from Greek Cypriots by the fear
lessness with which he walks a-

lone and unarmed through the

streets, called on Costa s Partissi-

des, mayor of Limassol and a
known Communist,'

Thev snoke together for 90 min

utes. An official source said after afterwards
wards afterwards their talk was unconnected
with polities.

Foot bas been meeting represen representees
tees representees of all shades of Cyprito po

litical opinion Since he arrived
hereVmonth ago. Bis term aa gov governor
ernor governor has been marked by almost
daily rioting by Greek Cypriots in
support of thVir demands for Enos Enos-Js
Js Enos-Js union with Greece.

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mil rr t fWWw rrTn -mrtr that ws h-ild yes..un a moos u.eaier. -inese wo.uen wiappea sver.w

presenti. and filled an encal number otatociclngi to be presen ted, by Santa to Xtt children, yesterday morning.

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one minute.
' Lucy Lackwltzt while ton her
way out of a department store,
found '$2 bill. Luiy Jen had
five 'timea a nuch a e
would have had had. aha Kt
two dollars. v
How much dlfl.whe havebe havebe-fort
fort havebe-fort finding the'bil)T

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VOU cart have1 aome fun chang-
wN lng the --shape' of one of
, Santa's imitators -right before
,ytur.eyes. Cuf out tUe cartoon
, above and fold along white lines.
.Then .telescope figure along' folds
to make as many different shapes
and sUes as you can.

Test Packaging

i Pie-Eyed Poetry
rLlERE'i a fihristmaspoem,''but
. rl "each Word la pied, or acram-.
bled. See If you Can straighten
Out the words to ftake a aenaible
rhyme,. ., :
URO MASCHRIST TDTGREEQ
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GINGRRIN fWF OYD. (
As a starter we'll tell you that
the ftrst word in the poem is
"Our." Tou take, It frtm there.
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TASTY FIGURE

Emma C. Mi KcAN

MARSHMALLOWS and match match-sticks
sticks match-sticks are what little dears
are made of, If you please. Head

and tall are provided at, right."'
Two toasted coconut marshmal-
.lows form the body, "wooden
matchsticks serve as legs and a
paper matchstlck as antlers.
V Cut head and tall from thin :
cardboard to begin. Insert these:
in coupled marshmallowa (dia (diagram
gram (diagram shows assembly details).'

Further adornment is left to you.

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THIS Is a poser Junior readers can solve
1 with their Christmas crayons or pen pencils.
cils. pencils. Six colors are needed to turn the
"canvas" above Into an amusing holiday
scene. Numbers in the various segments

of the drawing Indicate colors to be In Inserted.
serted. Inserted. Apply colors as follows: 1 bine;
2 green; 3 red; 4 brown; 6 black;
6 pink. If you do not have pink, use red
lightly. How quickly can you add colors?

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TPHIS bit of foolishness seldom
' fails to amuse.

Place three emotv rlasaea m

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CACH circle at

w. .rrmmrrrnAnvoATrCT I" right contains

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if :.. the, top half of the drawing -,and. for

"T'HUSiii persons

TFTEEN Christmas tree orna-

ments are packed In the man

ner shown bove. Let tis suppose
; that each has a irnmber painted
on Its underside. Numbers run 1
througb 15.
. .Now, these balls have been, po positioned
sitioned positioned so that the suin of the
X numbers of the three center oma-.
menta and of those in each row

of five is 34. Also, the sum of

fOW quickly can you form a

cross from tyie four segments

provided above? v
Tou'H find them easier to han handle!
dle! handle! if you aste them 'to thin
' cardboard and then cot them out
V' A solution is given, elsewhere
in the page, if you need it.
v Family .Reunions
MANY family -names which
hav come down through the
yeara were originally designa designations
tions designations of -the family trade.' See if
yoil can pick out each of these:
SL'John'M ancestor ground wheatr
Miner Muller Sillier
2. Tom's ancestor made sjrrows;
Purser Fletcher JBarker
, 3. Jim's ancestor repaired barrels:
Hooper Hatcher Hasher
4. Etf's "ancestor converted skins

form a Turnover Table

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of fourallsisiS. --; . "Hif Xtakwr Tper Uf

Ca you determine each ona

men's, number ? j j -.-j
a va 'rlup iinnii havii been

patlntd.'on sueof pa 'ornaments
'arid these bea the numbers 15, 7
8, 12, 14 and 15. T
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table,

made Into a "chimney" by

' racing it with cardboard and red
brick crepe paper, makes an at attractive
tractive attractive repository for grab bag
gifts. If placed in a come only
two aides of the table need facing.
, For an amusing twist to party
gift-swaps have ach guest bring
a gift-wrapped white elephant
, that is, something for -which he
lk. nn'iu. a hnmtf RnAflffV that

& Frank's ancestor cut timber: nr.nh.ia natisfled with his

, Sailor Sawyer Stripper lf t ma keep lt; t,' he, ,t
i? -Ma.fawf'a mint Mdom ...., if a .,on jtn:

A with complete
1 "mirror Image"
that is, those who
aVe able to sea
things in reverse,
i should find this
easy.
Set up a pocket
or purse tilrror
. behind the raw raw-ing.
ing. raw-ing. Place a iece
of paper, between
the. drawing and
ytiur eyes so that
you can see tha

s reflected image of the wreath, but not the wreath
itself. Then take a pencil and try to draw a circle
within the outline. ,, -x
Especially steady nerves and concentration are
required to make ends' meet.

What, When and Why Riddles
TVHAT kind of Iron la in the blood of a fize fize-W
W fize-W fighter?
When la It most difficult to prepare a square
meal ? i
Why is food that does noi agree with one like a
cook's apron?
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WHO, ARE THE GIRLS?

lop nair or ine orating for pa-t of

above. (That is, one upright, m j., Bame.
center; two Inverted at ends). They ire fairly
What you are asked to do is common naoies.
to. turn over the glasses from and when you

this position two at, a time -so helve guessed the
that they will all stand mouth object you H11

up at tht end of threp moves.
To, aeoomplish this, first turn
the center glass and either of the
others. Do this a second time,
tdrnlnga month up with a mouth
dpwn; then turn the two that are
mouth down to mouth op,
When someone else wants to
try, arrange the glasa-ao that the
center on is mouth down and
the end glasses, mouth up. This
tnakes it iniposisifble to do.

probably gueas aba rest of th name qulekly. Fo?
instance, the first name at top left is Carol or
Caroline-the Object, Of course, is a car.
'How quickly can-you name the rest?
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What Do You Say About This?
IF 10 INCHES is shorter than a foot, say "wrong,"
1 unless 13 is pot shorter, than a foot, in which case,
say "right." Right or wrong? yi
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UPHILL TASK CONFRONTS HIM

Dig AmverC'

rt", rr' takes- seven rnen,seven
i days to dig seven" holes, how

iBtig .will it,take an man to dig

half a Jiole?'

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This." s how
the i four, seg-
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'else where -.in
the ""p"age can
- Its' assembled.

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HILK the

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left aeems to be
eyeing the mouse,
and vice Versa,
there Is a distrac distraction
tion distraction for each in
the Immediate
vicinity.
, To complete
the d raw i n g s,
drawi a continu continuous
ous continuous line from dot
1 to dot 2, etc.,
to the highest
numbered dot In
each section.
Where two num numbers
bers numbers are beside
onedot, use the
dot for both.
Afterwards, you
may add colors.

AVpOpBMAN
recalls Hav Having
ing Having aeen the most
perfect tree in
the forest at the
top of a long,
steep hill. For
the life of him,
however, he can't
remember which
trail he took to
reach it. Sup Suppose
pose Suppose you were in
this man's shoes
could you find
the trail first try,
without crossing
lines or retracing
steps?
He begins at
the drawing's
lower left hand
corner; his Jour Journey
ney Journey takes him to
the uppermost
tree.
Cover the dia diagram
gram diagram with tissue
paper if someone
else is to try.
TWIST-UpS
WHAT has a
face but no
head? :
What has a
head but no
face?
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i IT'S not surpcising' If everyone,
I including Santa, has a sur surprised
prised surprised look tn the drawtaf above.
Plainly, a great, many things in
this scene are not what taeyaeem.;
Can you, aa a teat of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and observation, find th'25
or more errors in the drawing?
If competition Is at hand, place
the drawing in "plain sight and
see who can list 25 errors fastest..
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.twelfth one-.twelfth to A, jone-aixth to B,.
one-eixth to C, eee-fourtli to D,
and one-third to E, what would -you
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HORIZONTAL ; I
1 Locusts and wild honey were
this for John the Baptist (Mat.
8:4), u i
5 A son of Micah (1 Chr. 8:35) :
10 Who was Saul'a father? (1
. Sain. 14:5 '
14 A kttler whale. V A ; f K f
15 Unruly mobs.. 1 ; t
18 New York canal
17 On the briny ieep. . yJ
18 Mental concepts. t .4'".
1 Prong.
20 She accompanied Agrippa to
salute Festus at Caesara. (Acts
25:13). .
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24 Noah's ship ; f i
25 Composer Franck.
2ft One of the pearls found by
the merchant roan was of
" areat what? Mat 13:46)
29 Abyssinian prince. x
30 Parts of churches,
J4 What, type man shall' "fade
away in nil ways"? (Jas. 1:11)
25 DUtress signal. ., -36
David dwelt with -him In Gath
(1 Sam. 27:3)
17 Equal; comb. form.
38 After conquering thia place.
. Joshua went oa to Egloa
(Joth. 10:34) ; ; i
40 Greek letter. i
41 Of the teth. ;
43 Writina fiuiA. v ; .,
44 Maturina aent i,
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47 Wheel parf ' V 1
48 Brook by which some Of
David's men stayed U Sam.
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59 Tilt . f -
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54 Who was fiebekahl nurse?
(Gen. 35.8)
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Jordan was fen Important Bib-
lical toe (Mark 1:5) 1
61 -Son of Cush (Gen. 10:7) ""
62 Lepidopterous Insect.-
63 Blood vessels.
64 Auditory organs.
65 Space.
66 CanceL ; !t" V :

67 Small quarreL a 4
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1 Biblical plains (Num. 12:1) , v
, 2 Gaelic. ; ;-,;"
3--Genus of maples.
- 4 Place from which Manasseh
did not drive out the inhabi
.. tanU (Judg. 1:27)
' 5 -Stratagem.
' 6 Military assistant
7 Fish eggs.
8 Public warehouses.
9 Beasts of burden.
10 A wife of Abraham (Gen. 25:1)
! 11 Showy flower.
' 12 Function in trigonometry. x
13 A wicked doar giveth this to
. false hps (Pr. 17:4)
21 Anger. ;
23 Large farm.1
25 Bank official.
. 24 This goeth before destruction
(Pr. 18:18)
27 Ascends. ' .-.
' 28 Sacred pictures. .
. 29 Legendary bird. t
31 Sign of the zodiac. s :
. 32 Father of Warn (1 Chr. 8:39
33 The coast -,
35 Salt -. j
38 Inquire. -' x
38 Stratum. '..
39 Those in office..
- 42 This name by interpretation is
Dorcas (Acts 8:36)
O 157. S-iif Wtuw 8ra4ia.

'44--Places opposite.
' -46 Brighter;
' fJ'l-Kinsman.
49 No 'man can do this to two
- ; masters (Mat 6:24)
'50 Concise.
' 51 Feminine" name.

52 To what did Jesus liken him himself?
self? himself? (John 10:9)
53 Minute particle. i
54 Lairs.
55 Harvest
56 Mouth of a canyon.
57 Have (poet)
60 By way of.

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rvmrrK'S enjoying this game
W so much ha feels like skip skipping.
ping. skipping. And when White skips, it's
In grand style. White takes the
game on his third move when he
skips Over five Black pieces.
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EVER LOVELY EVERGLADES Once the hiding-place' bf Indians, 'Florida's Ever., j .'
glades give Visitors' a chance .to explore the haunts of such birds as the water

turkey, heron, egret and-ibis. The National Audubon society conducts-tours there.! ; i ,: -1,1'; .-Ai ; I

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A CASE OF FOWL WEATHER A, farm woman in Itafy's Po delta "sands of .persons and animals were' evacuated to" higher ground as
ti4n tfia Aafio Wntd Viaiujps isnlatpfl in .hBplrtfround.

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1 four other members pf her family along wither..'?
. home when Hurricane Audry hit last "June. Red,, '. 5

s Cross donations totaling more than four thousand v

,5 v dollars are helping er get back' on firm'ground, t y

Zf y BEAUTY IN THf SWAMPS This is a typical' iection it Tlorida swamp wliere

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-'-honor ruard fit the Korean bowl in-Arichorace.

I:C'JSEW1FE HUNTER Mrs. Rachel YT at kins 01 atamng, vi, aownea t Alaska. Bowl is dedicated to all 23rd Infantry he-

5,610 silvef Combat Infantry medals. J

pound, seven peint buck in the woods of .West Windsor. It was the first ever lor re who died in battle since the Civil War. It is

Cs JubUantJjcuiewiffc.TM deer is ne of heaviest shot so.lar la the county. 'a, .0j

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Wrap-oround bvmpersreduce shock with-moferiol between bumpers and plates 1

' 1 me, injc.vtc.oi au lumupiix, gn tne American scene js one inai can t. De pur-
'A chased at theneighborhood new car dealer. It is called the Cornell-Liberty
1 1 Safety Car. Cornell university and Liberty "Mutual Insurance comDany co-od- '.V w.' ;

. erated in designing and building What they call "'the' world's first automobile with 4
the safety of the, occupants as the sole objective." Basic plan behind the car is to :. K s ;

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of th steering wheel: The driver sits in a protected, 'center position,' flanked by Tv t
Vi' passengers Whose bucket Seats are three inches behind his and three inches low-' r ." -irt s- "'
' 1 er. U-shaped webbing yokes hold the driver and front passengef in their seats. A,, i

, ; pull-up-hadigest protects against head injuries., case of collision: The-designers ; rjyj ; -'f
'i 'are'' read v! to. share the results m theii'r five years, of research with Detroit.' '

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CAKE CUTTING AT TEEN CLUB Seems as if every-

thing about the Teen Club is well built. The girls brought

the lunches and here at lu.ich time are (I. to r.) Vic Herr,

Larry Siegel, Bill Hunnicut, Ralph Shuey and Karin Mag-

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SUNDAY s

Supplement

Se ttory and pictures,' Pages 2 & 3)

PANAMA, K. r, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1957



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FUTURE CLUB Shown as it would be viewed from the In strument Repair Shop (Rendering by Mrs. Ellen Kurwnan).

THE CHIEFS hold a conference, left to right Ray Caldwell,
reneral foreman; Harvey Smith, carpenter foreman; Vie Herr,
"Slave Labor" foreman.

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CARPINTEROS Fred Roe, Dale Dombrowsky and Steve
Gorham (making with the feawl.

Story by G. A. BLACK Jr.
Photos by G. A. O'CONNELL
Tli la mtnrv ahnut a T(n

Age Club that got its start' be-
cause ne Teenager' said, ''all we

nrcii is a lximu au ih. uur uwu w

discuss our own problems.''

1119 Viiiiutc icuiaia uiwjcu v.

an open meeting of the Canal J&one
fiuio rVinnril hfU at thn Ameri

can Legion's Boy and Girls State
session, set in -notion a series of
events that had as its goal toe
construction and operation of the -n

jsaiboa Teen viuo.
Probah'y the table that the Teen Teenager
ager Teenager had in mind was hypotheti hypothetical,
cal, hypothetical, but some of the Canal Zone
residents who were present at the
meeting suddenly realized that -although
many forms of recreation
and activities are provided for the
youth of the community, they have
no place they can gather- and call
their own. Why, Should the Teen-'
ager be denied 4he enjoyment and
pleasure that can be found in be belonging
longing belonging to their "own club", as ma many
ny many adults do This Was the ques

tion, and the solution to we. prob problem
lem problem at that time seemed enorm

ous.
It wasn't long before a com- .
mittee was. formed, including se select
lect select graduates of the Boy and Girl
State Programs as well as, inter-,,

ested adults to iook into wis pim-

lem. ,.

What thev found was very cus-

couraging. Of all the Teenage
clubs in the civilian communities
formed in the'past, not, one re

mained ta existence.
Bwwn! la fc of facilities desir-

A Kv tKo Toonaffpr and notnoueb.

responsibility for the p club's oper operation
ation operation given to the Teenage mem

bers.
Clonclusion: let's so to the kids

and find out what they want.

This unusual approacn was nvei
with distrust and susDicion by the

Teenagers who figured at first

that this was just anotner oeai
that would end the same as many
others.

rammittee convinced some of the

Teeners that this was a new dealt

one in which their wishes and
nl urruiM hf eivpn paramount

interest. And so began the noble

experiment.
By this time the committee rea realized,
lized, realized, that it would be necessary
to expand and bring into" the pic picture
ture picture all the civic, fraternal, social'
and patriotic organizations in the
Canal Zone. Letters of invitations
were sent out. Approximately 30
Organizations replied favorably. .
, A meeting was held in the board
room in late July to explain the
scope and purpose of the Teen

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this meeting, witn a rapid how ox ,:
ideas and suggestions being made

a few basic ground rules were

The committee agreed 'in prin-

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Tom Sheppard.

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cipla that all Teenagers residing
in the Pacific Area of the Canal
1 Zone and attending U. S. Rate
High Schools would be eligible for
! membership; also that member membership
ship membership in the parent organization
should not be restricted to or.
Iganizationg and that interested in individuals
dividuals individuals should bo encouraged to.
Join.
As In all things that affect the
iwplfaro nf th community. ; the

Governor of the Panama Canal

J Zone, William E. Potter, was in informed
formed informed of the 'plans afoot. Potter
I was not only receptive to ,the i i-ldea,
ldea, i-ldea, but "offered to help the com committee'
mittee' committee' in any way that he could,
j .. Result: the Pacific Youth Spons Sponsors
ors Sponsors had theniselves a building. All
.they had to do was fix it up. "'
Fixing tip proved to be the
'most formidable tash, 'Guesstim 'Guesstimates'':
ates'': 'Guesstimates'': to cover the remodeling job
necessary ranged in ,the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of $5,000. Plans were
'made to raise that amount,'
It wasn't easy, and it wasn't
done, but cufficijnt funds .wet e
smade through the highly success
ful "Teeno Ball" to bring the fin financial,
ancial, financial, goal within sight,,.,'
F Approximately. $2500 was realiz realized
ed realized from the dance and with many
Contributions being received, the
lommittee felt that they had a
afe margin to begin work on the
building.
I In addition to the cash received,
(the merchants of Panama and Con
tractors in the Canal Zone donat donated
ed donated building supplies. They are, to
Hate, Clay Products Ca. glazed
brick; Best Key and Lock Co., fin finish
ish finish hardware and transportation;
Panamp Plywood Corp. cash; Bil Bil-don,
don, Bil-don, Inc., blocks' steel and, trans transportation;
portation; transportation; Chain Singh, lumber,
conduit and fixtures; Esso Stand Standard;
ard; Standard; I paint; H. Homa, tile; E. .O.
Hauke, plywood and masonite;
rsthmian Constructors, lumber and

fixtures. j4 .. -"

t' r l'fV. 'V tl'ftr i.-'l" j11.
without, thps : much-needed' do

nations, '. the ;. original estimate

vould have been mucn mgner.

As this was to De a xeenage

So help in rehabilitating the build build-Urfv
Urfv build-Urfv Mfhir-li TKrtnlrt iv(ntuallv be

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Saturday, Nov. 2, work -on the

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Colciasure, Richard Morse, Tom Sheppard, David Jenkins. Lower rows Walter Brown Ray Caldwell, Frank Bright,. Steye
norham. Eutrene White. v ' '' '. '' 1

mnrori darlinffsn and

liTarH"" from

Balboa High School did not live

up to their reputation.
they unloaded and moved 90 tons
e rt- hWkc in a manner

which brought high praises from

all of the men wno were uieic m.u

watcnea ineir wui.
a. AlHHm At- nut .It. Any-

time these kids want to -go to work

for me, I'm an tor-u. -During
the next seven weeks
and others

have come ,put every Saturday to

help in building tneir uud., vucei
ing the teenagers on and prepar

t fTk am n rrn.v-0

-These gins, wnue uui d
yet to oifer actual assistance in

the .work Deing aone on uie wuu

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Til REE CHRISTMAS POEMS
' By Anita McAndrews

r (Editor's JUote: Anita 'McAndrews lives In Gamboa." She
' grew up in Rhode Island, attended schools there and in Ari Arizona,
zona, Arizona, and later studied at Ogontz Junior College in Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. Winning first prize money and a plane ride 'a in a
contest sponsored by the Arizona Poetry Society encouraged,
ier to keep' on putting words, together in rhythmJc order..,
She came to the Zone two years ago with her husband, tow-.,
loat master T j'-. McAndrews, makes a career of looking after
their two girls, ages 18 and 8, and boys, 2. and 1. Mrs. Mc Mc-.
. Mc-. Andrews wrote today's poem's specially for The Sunday Amer American.
ican. American. She hopes fo welcome another child around. New Year's)."
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Give nc thismoment, Joseph i
Now to be wholly mine! -J$hut
out the shejriierd's voices ;
And, the bright star-shine.
Bolt the door swiftly, husband,
Then bring mq my own dear child
yearn to rock and to warm Him; v
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Oh, mtiny, the storms that are coming;
They wilJ take Him away so sooni
;t ; And the baby's sweet, dependence

" will hai'nen In manhood's bloom. t
The hands w't'.ie voices of kings are rough,
x 'J hsar them beyond our door
''Ah, husband, I am still so young,
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'ma- -i ih a ntnkahn h.iwn Franirftirt : and lWannheiitii oucht to siTe-passing drivers pause for ;

thought. This particular section of the road has been called the -Highway-of Death,'.' because
' more than 200 persons have been killed on it in the last five, years. It Stretches for miles straight

as an arrow, tempting drivers to excessive speeds.

Walter Winchell

Look at his curls, and sleeping mouth,
Come gaze upon our son.
Stand strong before us, Joseph dear,
4, Our pain has. Just begun.
v- Now" hark ye,. herald angels,
Go! Still your wings and song
Let me bless my son with tenderness
To last his whole life long.

THE BIRTH

falling

Strange

Snow falling'
In the storm

' a bright star flowers
Camels luinch forward
crossing a crystal plain
Time has begun.
In the eyes of rough-siding men
Angels singing singing
"- Harps
And ihe wind tossing
Pollen from heaven's bloom,
.The sandals of shepherds
making a new trail
And the barefoot boy on the mountain
Watching
. Bleeds froiri his climb.

Quietness and dark
In an o'd barn.
An'mals, first in the great Beginning
Animals, now,
gazing with ancient piety
On "a new Babe.
A blue mantle gent'y' gently .,
. ; Joseph .v
Arid an old pain.
Light on the Child's head j
as a candle
- as a 'star
Light to lift shadows , -v
Make shadows of cross and beams on the fat wall.

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NOTES OF NEWSPAPERMAN

A newspaperman gets paid

for one thing. To report the facts

He rea'ly, earns his living, how however,
ever, however, by .taking the abuse that goes

with it. A reporter otten aDsorDs

a nine round battering Deiore
truth wins in -the tenth. And the
bruises are pain.ut even after a

knockout 'victory... in me ioi-

lowing case, we derive no satis

faction whatsoever irom comounu

ins our critics. And. in a very

real sense, this reporter is deject

ed even horriliea to learn

the melancholy' ramifications of

the facts he made public.

Several years ago. on the advice

and urging of medical authorities

in. Michigan, we reported mat se several
veral several batches ol the new poiio vac vaccine
cine vaccine (submitted for testing at the
United States Publit; Healh Ser Service)
vice) Service) kiled many, many monkeys.
In addiion,' We stressed; that the

injected virus was live when it

should have been aeao. we argea

tit conerned to take extreme pre

cautions. Consequently this re

porter' became the target for a

torrent of vilification trom eauon eauon-alists..
alists.. eauon-alists.. The denunciaions : were

constant and vicious. It required I

one long year ro comirm our

story .lAnd now that confirmation
has been made" even more force-

rul,-dramatic and tragic.

Th followina is for the record

And for any historians who might

ba interested. On December itn,

1957: the Associated Press report

ed: "All of the six drug houses

which were licensed to produce

polio vaccine two. years ago turn

ed out batches containing 'ive virus

strains, a government of icial has
reported.-The statement was read
yesterday; from the sworn depo deposition
sition deposition of Dr. William G. Workman,
former chief' of the Laboratory of
Biologies Control1 at Bethesda,
Maryland... 'AU I knew at the
timei,Dr. Workman testified was
that certain children had developed
a paralysis in such a way as to
indicate that injection of the vac

cine was the xcause.

durad if w halpad save tvan symbol."

en child from the drtad afflic

tion.

In other words' a 2.000-vear-old

story still hasn't been confirmed.
Truth t virtu is 1 pure a nd
simp.e. Unfortunately, the hard
facts eMLe very often are neither.
It is one thing to report the facts.
It is quite another to have them
acted upon with wisdom and ala alacrity...
crity... alacrity... Several days after the
initial Sputnik was launched and
shocked official Washington
this reporter disclosed that HRus.

Th poli vaccin is now safe
and e fective, o. course. It ranks
as one of history's ire at medical
miracles. We trust the part we
played in alerting the nation help helped
ed helped make the vaccine safe. Such
knowledge gives us deeper satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction than the explanations or
apologies of those who attacked.
We neither desire nor exDect apol

ogies. Nevertheless, those edito-'sian progress in the missile roc roc-rialists
rialists roc-rialists owe an apology and expla- ket field wasn't news. All the facts
nation to the American people, ."about -Russian progress '. in $ this
It is a private citizen's pub'ici area had, been nublished viar

duty to demand the truth. For a( ago in hooks, newspapers and

truth is a crime.. v iprobe. has confirmed the foregoing
.v ...ill .. a f, ... r. j ..

v j moreover, uen w. uuues (Oirec
This, reporter has frequently en-t tor Of the Central Intellieence A

dured the frustrating experience) gencvl has testified that "the In-

of -waiting and .. waiting and wait-, tel.ifience communitv had estimat-

ing 10 nave nis stories conurmea ea some time ago that the Soviets
after they are denied and denied.; would nave he capabiliy of or or-The
The or-The other-colyum we noted that biting earth satellites during the

a siory aDout timer required ai-.year 1357,"-.

most a quarter' century to con:t- ; w

U"m. ...;. '.rv - . Now lhr ar recriminations

i tAS- from the past. Such partisan dif-

In the competitive ferocity-r of ferences, however, will not enable

news hunting, the opposition may

strive to force denials.- Washing-

tor.' correspondents (who are

us to make our future 'more se secure.
cure. secure. This nation has endured de defeats
feats defeats In the past General Wash

scooped) have been known to;ington lost more battles than he

The fact that youngsters dv-

pd p.iralysi aa a -ratult f th

,liv virus doIio shot is hartbrak hartbrak-in
in hartbrak-in and inaxcusabl tine
highly" reputable medical leaders
communicated, their fars nd
warnings through us bfer. th

tests bgn. It was our vary un-

call the Source of the news' and
pressure him into denying the

story,. In journalism, dog-eat-dog

occasionally replaces man bites-

dog. ,. A n va I editor once denied
an exclusive story in ,. Joseph
Pulitzer's paper and coupled his
denial with1 an abusive attack a-

won... The Soviet'a Sputnik-breakthrough
has been compared to -Pear.
Harbor. Yes, the Pearl Har Harbor
bor Harbor attack was a major defeat for
the U.S. In the final analysis how however,
ever, however, it was just one battle in a
was lost by Japan aud her Axis
partners.

The only time you lose a fight is

gainst the publisher.-instructing

his editor on the strateeie method vhui vmi nnit riohtino

in respoiidin to the attack,. Puliz-( . ..
er shrewdly counseled: "Treat-. In th history of denials s ind
the attacker with exquisite polite-j confirmations, thr has been en
ness, assuming he did not inten-1 incredibly; daffy incident. It hap.
tionally mislead his readers but.jnd som years ago. A Prasi-

was, probably' misled hfmse'f.

As we have warned for years:
Never deny- the other fellow's
story. Jt might i be true!

dential press secretary raqutstad
reporters to deny a rprt that
th Chief Exccutiv was attmpt attmpt-ing
ing attmpt-ing to cantor reporters. Following

publication of th denials, t th

Editor T. S. Matthew (in the pros secre t rv one again call-

current Atlantic magazine) offers d in recwrtars 'and roatd hi

a provocative observation: "The: danial f th censorship and

only big news, private and puD-lthan asked that thy rafrain from
lie, that human beings are really 'publishing his original rqust or
concerned about is news of life hit denial. '

and death. There has been no new

on either subject for some time
AAA t ITLi

nearly s,uuu years, in iacu me
Resurrection was tremendous good

news, rf true; the best news ever

reported.' But though it has been

told wherever Christian missiona missionaries
ries missionaries have gone, and a large pro pro-nortinn
nortinn pro-nortinn of f hp earth must have

as w. r. nearst nc ooserv
ed: "Truth is nt only stranger

spct, w can only conclude that lor mystical sense, as an honorable, than fiction. It is much more m-

nooular duty as .a niwuintrmin hear A it it is ati'l widp.lv disbe-

to cn mir .warning.- in Trr-iuevea or Deuevea omy in a poeuc

Incidentally, th danialt during

World War II inspired th quip
about th Ministry of Inform'
tioit carrier pigeon th, t was
laiururaly Hying t its destination

when it as iostlad by a scnd

pigeon which shouted: "Cat .-
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one o. constant activity. He was
rancher in the days when the East
L was really wild. He was a prolific
' vnter, with 24 books to Jus credit
- in additon to eight volumes of his
: letters. He was a voracious read-
' er of historyind literature, Amer?
ican, English, French, German,
- Italian, Latin and Greek. He was
- a naturalist, a big; game hunter,
an 1 explorer. - )
Jut the great love o." his life was
po .iics. He started, at 23, as a
member of" the New, York -State
Assembly, served two terms as
President and remained in active
politics until. after his defeat as
the v Progressive party candidate
in 1912. it
Had Roosevelt been In office dur during
ing during ji great war, he would have oc occupied
cupied occupied a larger part in history-As
it is, he is high on the list at great
presidents. '
Hermann Hagedorn recalls viv-.
idly the life of Roosevelt in? The,
Theodora Roosevelt Treasury
(Putnam). r
Hagedorn brings out, from Roo-
. sevclt's own writings, the perso
nality of a man who loved life
'and above all who loved a good
fight. Roosevelt, hated corruption!
In the first weeks or his first term
in the legislature he had the au audacity
dacity audacity to denounce an eminent
judge. He fought corruption as
president of the New York City,
police board, as a civil service com-
missioner and as President He
hated "malefactors of great
'7 wealth,'? as' much as he did a po po-.
. po-. lice patrolman; who accepted a-
bribe from a saloon keeper.
In fact, that 'trait made him
President.1 He was put up for vice

Live Shows X)n Broadway

By JACK GAVER
NEW YORK (UP) The first
dramatic -work of the noted
French author, Marcel Ayme, to
be seen here has been presented
at the off-Broadway Rooftop Thea-.
ter with French star Clrude Dau Dauphin
phin Dauphin in the leading role.
"Cierambard'V has been a big
success abroad, according to re reports,
ports, reports, but it is likely to have on only
ly only modest appeal nere, even with
so skilled a player as Dauphin,
Vwho is backed up by a first-rate
cast of Broadway-quality.
The play is t study in spiri spiritual.
tual. spiritual. Social and moral values
don with what obviously Is In Intended
tended Intended to pe-w devastating sa sa-k,
k, sa-k, tiric twist. .- r .-.
The satire, howevcr'ls mud muddied
died muddied and, so frequently obscured
by layers of outrignt nur.esque,
especially in the direction and
playing, that it is not as elfective
' as it shou d be.
in seekinz the mocking, semi
' flamboyant style called for by
the nlav., director Ira Cirker has
vastly Overplayed his hand, and
one suspects that part of the
baffle for this also should go to
Dauphin, who has been a leading
" iigure in getting this drama pro produced.'.
duced.'. produced.'.
-Cerambard (Dauphin) is a
mjin, semi-tmproverished French
count of the 1910 period who
changes overnight because he
thinks he's participated in a mir
acle. He wants to give away an
of his Dronerty;-marry off his
weakling son to the town prosti
' lute instead of, to the town prosti-
to" show further the family s hu hu-mility
mility hu-mility and love for all mankind,
and take the whole tribe wander wander-,
, wander-, ing the earth as beggars la St.
, ; Francis p" Assisi.
Than he discovers there waa
- no miracis at all and then ov ov-ry
ry ov-ry body except a quite practi practical
cal practical priest sees a vision in the
, Noel Coward, 'the ,f dramatist,
' may be his own worst enemy.
the British theatrical-man of
' allwork has written so many
brittle, brash, sophisticated come-
- dies over a long period, tnat
when a new one comes -along
there is a tendency on the part
' ef both critics and playgoers to
say, "Oh it's Coward all right,
,but not the best Coward".
1 0 kllC m J UVW Mlt MIL
JBelasco Theater where the
au-F
thor himself is starring in his

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president because some machine
politicians .thought: that would be

a good way to sidetrack him.
v Then McKjnley died, arid few
mourned him so keenly as those
Who had i'-sidetracked'' TR.- -Hagedorn
has portrayed Roose
ve t as he'really. was, one of the
most .engaging and. forceful 1 men
in, American history...,.
f i
j For more than a century., the re
lationship, of Charles Dickens; his
wite Catherine and her sister Geor Georgia
gia Georgia has remained ; as -linsouble
as Dickens s ; Mystery t o Edwin
Drood" which remained unfinished
t hie flodth
Dickens and 'Catherine': married
in 1836. In 1842, when -Dickens
came to,, visit the' United States,
Georgina then 15, moved into the
household to help take care o- the
children.-She remained there 'intil
Dickens's death dn 1870.
. When Catherine and Charles be-i
came estranged, Georgina took
over the household, r apparently
with Catherine's full approval.
Dickens smade Georgina co-execu
tor of his will. .T
Dr. Arthur A. Adrian,, associate
pro.essor of ; English at Western
Reserve University has written in
Georgia 1 Hogartn and the Dick
tns Circlt (Oxford) what apparent
ly is the first fu'l -biography of
Georgina ever undertaken. It is
an admirable book. Adrian con
eludes that Georgina was just.
what Dickens said of her: The
best and truest friend man ever
had." Catherine was dun and com complacent
placent complacent -Georgina was wrapped
up in admiration for Dickens and
love for fits children. Ana uicxens
was wrapped up. in himself.
new "Nude With Violin." At the
risk of further entrenching the
cliche, it must be reported here
that this isn t the best cow coward."
ard." coward." But neither is anything else
around, so matters could be
worse. ; ;.,.v
"Nude With Vilin" suffers
from having a plot gimmick that
has to be repeated three or four
times, so the freshness naturally
disappears after a whie.
. However, there ara plenty of
th rp exchanges in. the Coward
manner, there are ; several hila hilarious
rious hilarious little scenes within scenes
played by wonderful people and
Coward is in impeccable form
. ai an 'actor.' Z.
So, generally speaking, it adds
up to entertainment Watching
Coward work .is worth-the price
of admission. v
Coward lias the role oL a suave,
rascally valet whose master, one
of the great modern painters, Has
just died. There is the matter of
tidying up the "rich estatef ;
The a Pinter's long-ago deserted
wife and two grown children are
involved,, -to say -nothing of the
eminent art dea'er whose career
has been tied so closely to this
artist.
There is ho will, but the valet
has a signed letter from the ar artist
tist artist which, completely plows the
lid off Jus career.
BEST SELLERS
BY LOVE POSSESSED James
uouio uroKens."
RALLY ROUND. THE FLAG
BOYS! Max Shulman. :
ON THE BEACH Nevil Shute.
ATLAS SHRUGGED Ayn Ran
BELOW THE SAM Thomas
B. Costain. . i
PEYTON PLA-;E Grace Meta-
lipus. ' ..
THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG
Richard Mason.- .:
Non-Fictlon-
'BARUCH: MY OWN 'STORY
Bernard M. Baruch.
THE HIDDEN PERSUADERS
Vance Packard. i- --
THE NEW CLASS M i 1 o T
PJilas.--'--:--?-..-..-- : s--'
WHERfc DID YOU GO? OUT.
WHAT DID YOU DO, NOTHING
Robert Paul Smith. :
.THE AGE OF REVOLUTION
Sir Winston Churchill.

WASHINGTON- The biggest
backstage story in Washington to today
day today ;.is Ihe Struggled tor power
betwee.i Vice President Nixon, the
man who is almost certain to end
up in' the "White 'Houser and as assistant
sistant assistant president Sherman Adams,

the -man who Jias hitherto r u n
the White -House.' ;
It involves the future of our
missile prog'ram, the future of the
Presidency and the future of the
United States. i
-In the middle is ( Dwight D.
Eisenhower. 1 """
In the oppCsite Wings on Adams'
side are astute Jim Iagerty and
the White House itaff; on Nixon's
side,Lppwerful Republican leaders
iiiciuuuiK Auouiev xenerat- mok-
ers and to 0me extent Secretary
Of State Dulles." n-
No harsh words are being ex exchanged.
changed. exchanged. Both -sides are discreet
and.circuraspect.'Nixon 4s careful
not -to appear ,ia the. trying to step
into Eisenhower's .shoes. Nonethe
less,- the, battle Ja very reel- ahd
bitterness, crops out in unguared
moments.
Here are .the details of the strug-
- v..-
Lone bofore Sputnik. Nixon was
battling' backstage to 'meet the So
viet challenge, and to heck with
the cost. He knew? as did everyone
else in the Administration, despite
the strict secrecy ban on informa information
tion information to the public, that': the' So
viet jyas forging far head in mis-
SI,
NEW" V0R5 (UP) The 'jifet'--ropolitan
Museum o Art" has on
view an exhibiton of American art
and a large token show of those
great .collections that have Made
the Metropolitan one ;' oft the
world s greatest museums.
The .visitor passes, through .the
Rembrandt room, in' order to be
confronted with present day Amer
ican art.-This s an anticlimax, of
course oui it nugni prove -jo oe
a shot, in the srm, a ;.
The courageous juxtaposition of
Rembrandt and PoEook might-indeed"
make us realize dramatical
ly how high u A me r i e a n art
must aim if 1t is to remain in
the runniue;ior centuries. 1
r The second exhibition, called
"Collector Choice," is a jlorifica"
tion of the Amnr ican collector, the
new type, of humans .the mer
chant or industrialist who collects
in order to h3 able to give the
American people the realization of
his dream.
IHOULQ 6ERMANT'
Wk-C x''-.r-:ri"-'r
Not one vwork' of "art in an A-
merican museum has been, acquir
ed by. conquest., inese great collec collections
tions collections were gathered hy- bankers,
merchants and manufacturers to
whom collecting was romance, by
persons such-, as,.X Piertont Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, who's 'greatest "thrill was to
outbid :ali ,rivsis; William H. Kig
who travelled on horseback with
a string of "mules to carry.; his
pui Vila ova?: j-ju vv ai u kt iiaiaiKBOi
who -gaye money to buy the Earl
of Carnarvon's collection os some
1,400 of the .most exquisite Egyp
tian objects ever assembled by
one-man; Theolore M. Davis, who
cheological expeditions in Egypt.
financed and led his own ar-
cheologicat expeditions ;'fav Egypt.
' PICASSO IN THE U.S.
A few years ago the sub-director
of thejPrado Museum. of Ma Madrid.:
drid.: Madrid.: told "this reporter that- "in
order to study the work of Picas;
so the greatest Spanish -painter
of this century. -'future art histe histe-rian,will
rian,will histe-rian,will have to go to America"
This is the (ruth, (.but- there is
more. -'-r,':'-A'."
Thanks' to the Heveimyer co collection,
llection, collection, painter sttch as Manet,
Dogaa and Ceurkut also- f cai
now bo teen bettor In the .Met-,
ropolitah Muieum than In their,
native France. '' ,:
One wishes that "ColleeorV
Choice" could remain on view for
good to serve as a reminder to
present and future tycoons of what
money can- do for-the good of a
nation if it is spent the right way
by men of cultured minds -: and
generous neans. r .- :
ram Mectenyi
lifi ihf -il'l : Shi

siles, satellites, and almost every
modern weapon.'
X NIXON BLOCKS ADAMS
His opponents .were Secretary
of me Treasury Humphrey, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense Wilson, and A-

dams. ".''te..: r.;:t
i. It was .Humphrey and Adams
who, two years beforei-aftcr; Ike's
heart attack' in Denver, had block
ed Nixon's quiet movo to assume
Unore authority. They let him pre
side at cabinet meetings and Na National
tional National Security Council meetings,
but that was all.
Humphrey and Wilson, however,
have now dropped out of the cabi cabinet,
net, cabinet, 1
; Sherman Adams remains ef efficient,
ficient, efficient, tight lipped, devoted to
Eisenhower, determined to block
Nixon from assuming too much au authority,
thority, authority, and still anxious to balance
the budget.- ''.,.:'..'. -. 'v ., ,v
! On the day the President suf suffered
fered suffered his stroke, Nixon and Rog Rogers
ers Rogers moved into the White House.
Rogers is the able' young man at
whose home Nixon conferred most
of the night immediately after Ike
suffered-his heart attack. This
time they remained at the' White
House, all day. Nothing- was said.
There were no. arguments, no
harsh words. But Nixon politely
made sure that he would hi on
deck -in case of serious develop developments.
ments. developments. :v '
: Simultaneously, Dulles lined up
on his side by sending unofficial
word to Paris that' Nixon would
probably substitute for Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower at the NATO meeting. ,
' Also simultaneously, Nixon let
it be known that he, not Adams,
would preside at the White House
meeting of Congressional leaders
if 'the President was not able to
attend.. ....
NEW HAMPSHIRE REUD
A- FLARES
While this vas going on, Sen.
Styles Bridges of New Hampshire
one of the most powerful Repub Republicans
licans Republicans on Capitol Hill, publicly call
ed for Nixon to take over as act
ing president.
Bridges is a friend Of Nixon's.
He is not. a- friend of Adams s.
Both once served as governor of
New Hampshire, both are powers
in New England politics, and in
Washington,, But neither likes the
other, "' x
Brigdes ven sent word to the
White House that he would stay
away from' the meeting to Con
gressional leaders unless Nixon,
not Sherman Adams, presided. It
'-'NEW YORK (UP)'- A New
York watch repairman named
Car: Dosha v became a big man
iq the phonograph) record business
because ne wanted 10 Decome a
.California rancher.- -L
Doshav had sold his watch re
pair business and gone West, but
legal red taperjieia up, nis pur
has of the ranch and as time
Went by1 he found himself almost
penniless.
. One dav Dosha? hitched, a ride
with a truck, driver on his Way to
thiJLos Angeles dump; Doshay no
ticed that the driver was carting
a load of phonograph records that
had been discarded by Juke box
operators. j T ''
vThat --.gaye- ,Doshy an idea.
Hcpicked Up'a number of used
phonograph records and : planted
tnem in a supermarket, n o u a e e-Wives
Wives e-Wives bought every t one at his
bargain price..;V;vV.-
From then ; oil Doshay Teddled
used recrods in I xrocenea s ano
soon was prosperous". Why not sell
ne long-plays to shoppers at a
bargain nrice? ha asked.-"-
He had enough- money to start
bis project and that s now i ops
Records, whose long-play pop rec-
urus retail lur x.t. imiij
way to a multi-mHIlon-doUar busi-
esi.. f .,'..''' ;
i Turntable Tips r-Stan Frebefg's
"Wonnerful,' Wonnerful" (Cap lol)
is a hilarious takeoff an Lawrence
Welk and his champagne mi tic.
,Ork Leader Tony Pastor'a son

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ks- ;ni..ifli. UlifotJ f

was Intimated that he also spoke'
for Sen. Lyndon Johnson of 'icxas,
and the Democrats. -1
Significantly, when the Co.igrcs-j
sional leaders met at the Whitei
House, 'Sherman Adams was, not' -present.
Usyallyt.,he sits In the.
front row, but not this time.'!

covered sufficiently to preside part Z
0 me tnu-- .-,
UtlUlG ill9t .JIUWVTV1) P1IU 'TV III IV.
Eisenhower, was still in his bcd-n
room, Jim Hagerty "had -. comea
charging back- from faris. .
Hagerty has never' eared-much,
DnfnKn tktV'L- tiAtiiAunK nn1 aihila
for Nvton, and it was 'apparent,!.
following nis return, tnat- Jim sj
sentiments had not changed. p
HAGERTY GETS MAD
. Hagerty persuaded Dulles to,
made no, final decision on wlistherj
Nixon should attend the -, Paris
meeting, bu'. keep it open' until!
later,, when Eisenhower himself"
could personally approve the ap-j

pointment. r ; ,; :
! This .'account's 'for the, fact that;
the : State. Department has. sent
one set, of instructions to the A
merican Embassy in Paris that;
Nixon W coming, while the Whitet
House : was 'giving outva contfaryS
statement that Eisenhower might' ,i
come,- '' -,-: !- "", jj r'
To reassure the nation and be-:
cause! Njxon' Insisted, Hagerty a-; i
greed to let Nixon use thes White1
House fof h unprecendented news
eonfereace?:v. 4: : J
As far as newsmei. can remem-;
ber, no vice 'president -has ever
held a press conference in the
White House; hefore,-Nixon then,
announced that he would preside,'
at cabinet meetings- and at the- -meeting
with legislative leaders. i

- He also :oId. reporters that the:
President wae having difficulty!
finding words to express fhimsclf J
This infuriited Hagerty.' For Ha Hagerty
gerty Hagerty had told the press that thej
President was having difficulty;
pnly in pronouncing certain .long;
words. "l
It was immediately after this!

that Hagerty retaliated against
Wixon by announcing that Eisen-j
howcr might go to Paris. ,1
' Later Eisenhower presided over ;.'
both the cabinet meeting and the
Congressional conference, even- -though
hctalked quite slowly and -was
tired. .This boxed off-Nixon.'
The1 President, i however, took no
part in the struggle, did not even v
know wharwas goinB on. x i u
Thus continues the silent, hnck hnck-satege
satege hnck-satege "battle for power in 'WaslF
ington.- .y v -'

3

Guy has teamed up witn rop on,
a Roulette, LP, ".'Let's' Dance"
With Tony; Pastor," that should'
give him- a nush toward the big
time, i .Dinah Washington's Mer-'
cury revival of "Everybody Loves
My Baby V: is worth many spin
nings. N ;
' Selected' Singles "tonight" by ',
Rosemary Clooney' (Columbia),
"Witchcraft" by Patience a n d J
Prudence (Liberty), "My Last
Goodbye'.' by Marsha ; Winter (
(Stepheny). j
For 'reminiscing '-"-"Hits of the!
40's" is an RCA-Camden remake;
of some of the top songs of the the-last
last the-last decade played by orchestras'
led by Buddy, Morrow, Wayne;
King, Freddy Martin, Vaughn:
Moroe, Sammy. Kaye and other!
greats of the big-band days. A
"Tba Roaring Twerfties in Hi-Fi"
is even mouldier and contains 12!
topsides from that era by Lionel i
Newman and His Orchestra (Lib-;
erty),
-Albums of the Week "Rooms,"
a musical story, of a big. city room
ing house' composed h. the jazz'
idiom byKenyon Hopkins "who;
conducts the orchestra. ."riava
You- Heard?" j a fine dance al
bum by LewJJouglas and his 'Or-1
ehestra HBally)vSHis version : of;
"Tumbling Turn ble weed is among;
the best of 12 numbers, .. ."The i
Beat!"; by Red Prysock and .his;
Orchestra (Mercury) is top rock
'n' roll music : r-

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ARCHITECT for the'bulldiny renovations, Gerald A. Doyle, Jr,

, .-: checks over the job.

Pacific Side Teenage Glub

4 ,vhere they can do he most good.
,tAcfivity n the Teen Club is not
jonfiued to Saturdays only. Al Almost
most Almost every evening members of
he Plumbers and Electrical JJ-

- Siions can be found installing pipes

sf nd electrical fixtures. This work

is all being done' at no charge to

fie Teen Club.
The Teen Club, which was form formerly
erly formerly storage shed, will be one
1 1 the most unusual-designed build build-I
I build-I 3g in the Canal Zone. Gerald
j .. Doyle, Jr., chief architect of
t tie Panama Canal Company was
I charge, of the building design.
I lis design met with immediate
Approval o' the Teenagers and
. nil undoubtedly receive -much
raise from the community when
f ie building is completed,
t; Working with Doyle was Rubi-
!o Quintero, who made the elec-

j.icai uesigus.

The future Teen Cluh measures

lb feet wide and 150 feet long,
present plans call for the inclu inclu--
- inclu-- l lion of a club room, which will
:ave a- small dance "floor, juke
'ox, snack bar, soda fountain and
punge.
..The balance of the building will
f !e available for large dances or
. 'ther types of student programs
hich may be held.
- j Tha building committee is hop-
ig for an early opening date.
. fowever, itrhas been pointed out

that the opening date will depend

largely on how-.fast "the necessa
ly building materials are acquir

ed.

In this respect, the residents of

the community are asked to give

whatever building materials they

can spare. Most urgently needed

now are celotex and lumber, but

the commitce will accept any type

of hardware or material that any

one wishes to dispose of.

This would include nails, screws',

paint brushes, paint: etc., etc., etc

etc 'Call Balboa 2341 if you have

any of these items.

One interesting sidelight of the

Teen Club 4S the "Learning While

Doing" phase...

These .Teenagers, through their

elforts, are receiving valuah'e in

formation in many trades. While

the Teeners are doing all the work.

on hand to assist them are the

members of the various trades and

crafts in the Canal Zone.

Bill Bright: chairman ot the Pa

cific Youth Sponsors Association,

declared tnat no- project tn the
Canal Zone has received such gen generous
erous generous support as that of the Teen

L-1UD.
All of the members of the.P.Y.

S.A. are grateful for this support

and invite every member of the
Pacific Side to .- come out on a

Saturday morning and watch thi

worthwhile "community, project

grow.

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18 Brown or animal
' green 65 Splendor
4 mineral 59 Largw
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84 3oler 4 62---Arrican
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t. 70 Island of.
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86 Toothed
irregu-
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90 Moham-
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93 Article of
feminine
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98 Equips
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Valley J 81 Lift v 115 Shelter

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14 Period
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cloth.
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mass f
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SPORTS

ROGERS HORNSBY, seven times the National
League batting champion with a Uf etime batting
average of .358, lias signed as chief hitting Jnatrae--tor
nd coach with the Chicago Cubs, Vice President
John Holland announced Thursday.
Ted Williams beat Mickey Mantle again in the ;
fielding department, of all places. ; ,
Williams wound up the 1957 season a .995 defensive
average, committing only one error in 218 total
chances according to official American League field fielding
ing fielding averages released by the Howe News Bureau, while
MfntVhad i a .979 mark, with seven errors in 337
Only two regular AL outfielders post better fielding
averages than Williams. They were Char ie Maxwell
of Detroit with a .997 mark and Al Pilarcik of Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore with .996.
The British Boxing Board of Control has banned a
scheduled bout between Willie Pastrana of New Or Orleans
leans Orleans and Britain's Randy Turpin. :
Pastrano is ranked fourth in the heavyweight divi division,
sion, division, urpin, a former world's middleweight champion,
now fights in the light heavyweight division but is
unranked. The Boxing Board said the scheduled 10 10-rounderwas
rounderwas 10-rounderwas banned because it was "not kv the in interest
terest interest of boxing." The action followed protests in
British newspapers saying that Turpin faced serious
Injury if allowed to fight Pastrana The one-time mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight king has lost four bouts since losing to
Carl "Bobo" Olson four years ago.
The National Boxing Association lost a member this
week. i
The Massachusetts State Boxing Commission an announced
nounced announced its resignation from the NBA because of what
it termed an "outright attempt to undermine and
hinder boxing in the Commonwealth. It is believed
that the action stemmed from the welterweight
"championship" bout staged in Massachusetts last
October between former champion Tony De Marco
and Virgil Akins of St. Louis. At that time, the NBA
refused to recognize the fight and has since set up an
elimination series for the vacated welterweight crown.
. The son of one of racing's all-time greats won a
come-from-behind victory in the feature at Tropical
Park Tuesday.
"Fabius" an off-spring of "Citation" showed
good speed in the six-furlong sprint to beat out "Lit "Little
tle "Little Hermit" and five others. The four-year old Fabius,
winner of the 1956 Preakness, now has won five of 12
starts this year and expects one more prep before the
$50,000 added Tropical Handicap in mid-January.
Former catcher Ralph Houk has, been named a New
York Yankee coach to replace the ailing Bill Dickey.
The 37-year-old Houk has piloted Denver of the
American Association. for the past three years. The
Bears finished third in 1955 and second in 1958 and
1957, capturing the little World Series against Buffalo
of die International League this past season. Houk
played, with the Yankees for eight seasons.
In announcing the appointment, general manager
George Weiss said that Dickey "will be welcomed back
into the "Yankee organization when he ready to
resume work." The 50-year-old Dickey suffered an at attack
tack attack of nervous exhaustion last spring and was not
with the Yankees all season.
Southpaw Harvey Haddix has signed his 1958 con contract
tract contract with Cincinnati for an estimated $20,000.
Haddix is figured as a key man in manager Birdie
Tebbetts' plan to rebuild the Redlegs pitching staff.
He was obtained from Philadelphia earlier this month
for outfielder Wally Post. Haddix sported a 10-13 re record
cord record with the Phils last year but is regarded as one
of the top left-handers in the league.
The founder of the National Amputee Golf Asso Association
ciation Association Dale Bourisseau has been named winner
of the Ben Hogan Trophy for 1957.
The trophy Is awarded annual by the Golf Writers
Association of America to the man who has been an
Inspiration to golfers by continuing to play despite a
physical handicap of ailment. Bourisseau is a world
war two amputee, previous winners of the award were
President Eisenhower, the late Babe Didriksen Zaha Zaha-rias,
rias, Zaha-rias, Ed Furgol and Clinton Russell.

RUSSIA'S CHIEF SCIENTISTS yesterday demand demanded
ed demanded more' money to equip a corps of technicians
that la increasing by 250,000 experts a year in the So Soviet
viet Soviet drive "to surpass the United States on all scien scientific
tific scientific fronts." x 0
Alexander Nesmeyanov, president of the u. s. s. R.
Academy of Science, told the Economic Council, of the
Supreme Soviet (Parliament) that Russian science
could not afford to rest on its Sputniks, despite the
great accomplishment of launching the first space
satellites and firing the first intercontinental ballis ballistic
tic ballistic missile.
He said: "Great efforts still are needed to surpass
the United States on all scientific fronts."
Russia now has 240,000 full-fledged scientists and is
turning out a quarter million more annually, News News-meyanov
meyanov News-meyanov reported. .?:
But, he said,, funds for scientific equipment, were
not keeping pace with the outlay for scientific train training.
ing. training. New scientists and technicians were forced to
work with antiquated equipment, resulting in a loss
of efficiency.
A Bristol Britannia "Whispering Giant" lifted Into
the air from London airport Thursday inaugurating
a new transatlantic service and with it hopes for a
jet-ager comeback in the British air industry.
The 78-ton turbo-prop plane may cut the New York
to London flight to eight hours. But the initial sched schedule
ule schedule called for a 12-hour westbound flight against
headwinds and a nine hours, 50 minutes return.
The Bristol Britannia, the biggest of the turbo-prop
airliners, is Britain's successor to the ill-fated pioneer
Comet jetliner.
There were 42 passengers aboard Thursday's flight,
including reporters, television and newsreel camera cameramen
men cameramen and photographers.
Regular flights will carry 52 passengers.
The service will operate once a week in each direc direction.
tion. direction. But BOAC plans to extend operations to Canada
and to other parts of the United States next spring.
Senate Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.)
said that "the American people did not expect much
out of the NATO conference, and, to date, they have
not been disappointed."
Mansfied, who also is a key member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, demanded "a reorien reorientation
tation reorientation and reappraisal in the field of American for foreign
eign foreign policy."
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala.), another committee
member, said the Paris meeting was instrumental in
serving notice on this country that its European al allies
lies allies want further efforts toward East-West disarma disarmament
ment disarmament before they are supplied with missiles.
"What they are saving is let's make another try
at disarmament first,' and I favor that," Sparkman
said.
He added that "we must find some way of curtail curtailing"
ing" curtailing" arms If the world is to have permanent peace.
Mansfield said he was "not at all surorised" bv the
objections of som NATO members to the establish establishment
ment establishment of U.S. missile bases within their boundaries.
"I am surprised." he said, "that the American del del-esration
esration del-esration was cauerbt unaware bv that reaction and an an-parer'v
parer'v an-parer'v had made no soundings beforehand among
our allie's."
Several Democratic Senators called on President
Eisenhower yesterday to make available to key Con Con-pressJonal
pressJonal Con-pressJonal committees a super-secret report warning
that this counrv was faced with "catastraDhe."
Sens. A. S. Mi Monronv fD-Okla and Wnr T.
Humphrey (D-Mlnn said the American .people also
sr""ild be told tb fnll story.
Monronev said if the renort was not published its
authors might be caHM before the Senate Prepared Preparedness
ness Preparedness subcommittee which is investigating the U.S.
missile program.
Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-Ohlo) charsred that the re report
port report had been "suppressed because of its devastating
exposure of. America's weakness in the face of the
mammoth Soviet threat and the absence of a plan
for national action to overcome that weakness."
Humhorev said the people should be given a full
renort by the President and that a cony be sent to
the aoDronriate Conerressionnl committees. He said
the report "reauires thouerhtful and responsible study
and a program of action."

lia next-week. Flam was shelved recently after suf suffering
fering suffering a bad case of nerves.
Non-pIayinr Captain Bill Talbert continues to ex experiment
periment experiment with his donbles combinations. Vic Selxas
has teamed with both Mackay and Gardnar Mulloy In
practice sessions. j

Trainer Toney Wieberg has been suspended by the
board of stewards of Los Angeles, California race
track. The 39-year-old trainer was suspended after
tests on "Little Joe Dan" showed the presence of nar narcotics
cotics narcotics following a winning race.

Manager Ralph Houk. of Denver of the American -
Association has been named a coach of the New York
Yankees. The 37-year-old Houk, who piloted Denver
to the Little World Series championship this year, re replaces
places replaces the ailing Bill Dickey,
The new manager for the' Denver Bears farm club
of the New York Yankees Is Andy Cohen.
The 49-year-old Cohen left as manager of Indiana-
ffihWe Y SsdayHUk SvMtf&OjCfy fojad&
Cohen manager Denver from 1951 through 1954...
Winning two pennants and finishing second the two
other seasons.
The manager of the Australian Davis' Cup tennis -team
thinks America will be stronger now that Herb
Flam Is dropped.
Barry Mackay and Ron Holmberg give the U. S.
more depth for, the neng rmwH ngnin Actr.-

THE POSSIBILITY OF Panama eventually seekj
ing 50 er cent of the Income derived from Panama
Canal tools was voiced early in toe week by deputy
Foreign Minister Ernesto Castillero and Immediately
drafted into a resolution by a student congress before
which Castillero voiced the opinion.
The resolution, which brought immediate reaction
from Washington sources, requested President de la
Guardia and. his Foreign. Minister to begin negotia negotiations
tions negotiations toward getting a 50-50 split of income derived
from the operation of the Panama Canal.
' A spokesman for the President branded the request
as "unrealistic" and -there were unconfirmed rumors
that both Castillero and Foreign Minister Aquiiino
Boyd, who was present when Castillero voice the
opinion In address, had both submitted their resigna resignations,
tions, resignations, but that the resignations were rejected;
.. However, in New York en route to his post in Lon London,
don, London, Panamanian ambassador fir. Roberto Arias tali
reporters the fact that the-50-50 idea had been offi official
cial official termed "unrealistic did not mean that Pana Panama
ma Panama ha3 renounced the idea of getting a greater share,
of the benefits derived from the operation of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal by. the United States.
Arias pointed out that 50 per.cent of Canal tools
would amount to about $23,000,000 and that at present
nars'revenu'e0 lng ICSS th&n 4 per.cent 01 the a-
nJlflH&t010tan- 2- W55 assassina assassina-l
l assassina-l President Jose" A. Remoh was opened by Atty.
Gn; ermoKenes de la Rosa on the basis of new evf
dence presented by attorney Felipe J. Escobar, counsel
KnmwL?e2 V086 Z?6 uteado.-whose coni
yicuon was rescinded on Dec. n
Ko! !? f084 ordered ve witnesses suboenaed on the
HSi5 new evidence and requested that a detec detective
tive detective be assigned to his office for duty.
DUbfinrar,Mlr' 5 wcquitted by a Jury on'"
out i"SStw35 nths m lail, managed to
siJht Sfii J.aU durIn? the week fcy keeping out of
?r,Ljhill,sJre,uests for baU. on two charges of
'onrlne public documents, were being considered
otheV. WaS SCt 68 12000 111 caw and 1 $500(1 Mta the
ovIrXtheriudrW6o s"" beeflrTg as the week ended
Jntam. fnr i1?&$2 mcrease Jn the cost of the pre pre-miumsfor
miumsfor pre-miumsfor obligatory property damage vehicle insur-
v;1?6 P,remlm. which had been It $10 for several
years, has been increased to $12 for 1958 several
tiff4by tht, taxl drlvers brought Immediate ac action
tion action from Assemblyman Juan B. Arias, an insurant
?&t0r'h0 Presented a bill to revoke the law which
enforces the property damage insurance for all vehi-
r,t move was regarded as an Indication that local
sgsssssns the law' because
j Thirt-0,1 divisIon of the U S- District Court.
- Lthree"daT 41-1111 was heard by a Jurv composed
&fenE tfV1 men' a11 Panama clnS empfoyes.
2S i ? the ase was Nachman Elsenmann, a
r?a?MST Clty- HC WM d'-ded'by
bJeVwcfSsdt wtfthKs'
being paid his share. In addition the plaintiff aile?ed
"H111 a 60'000 sale to the Frederick Snlre
hu?;was l0st b-ecause Ekenmann Mid the tori?? &
his father Jacobo Eisenmann of Costa Rica T&?d
fendant claimed he still is the legal omf thl
barges which are under attachment
'SiSJfrJn' of its
thFncaln r?0" SS walls, transited
route to Chile. lte southbound transit en

board the ffgS&SSi
has been declared a legal holiday on the Zone

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Otf.NO-T PONT, AMD UP. THESE FANCY PISHES

FOR jaVEUWriENr.SHES HOWE SUCH AM ARTISTIC;;

TALENTED, -J-HILP; she has the PAINIY-

APPETITE CP A BlRP

ganaat-'w .sstgoily, miss

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K( T,IP n AN ELEPHANT.

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CWM APPETITE HAS PICKEP UP A HEAP SINCE I

HAVE SOMEONE TO SIT AND EAT WITH ME IN

TOEJflTCHEN IT'S NOT MUCH FUN

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yeah

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WHY PONT VtXJ EAT IN THE

PININ ROOM WITH YOUR

COUSIN MISS JUUA?

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THAT COUSIN JUUA

ALWAYS PRESSES FOR

PINNER-ECCXJLPNT

PO THAT AND SERVE

THE POOP HOT-

NOW I KNOW WHAT "POOR RELATIVE MEANS, ZERO.'
IN THIS OLP MANSION tT MEANS COUSIN RELPA POES

ALU THE WORK, BUT AlNTALLOWEP TO EAT IN THE

PINING ROOM WITH HER RICH COUSIN JULIA

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LITTLE GIRL IN THE HOUSE WHEN I CAME If WOULDN'T EVER
HOME, BUT AS LON6 AS YOU DON'T SMOOP 7 SNOOP ALL ORPHAN
NTO MY AFFAIRS 1 THINK WE'LL SET 'KS KNOW IT AIN'T
"sL ALOM3 Bss!r J SMART TO STICK THEIR
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HE'S A SEA CAPTAIN SQ IFVOUH-,

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