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"Lei the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY. DECEMBER S3. 1957
FIVE CENT I
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HERE'S PEEKING AT YOU, SANTA... .- Two 11 ttle Balboa girls, Deborah BleaWey (left) and
- Allegro Woodruff are playing It cagey with St.7Nick sa tropteal version of Santa decked put
in a lanamanian montuno which graces a la wn on Santa Claus Lane in Balboa.;
The tabloid daily La Hora pre predicted
dicted predicted today that Ruben O. Mi Mi-ro;
ro; Mi-ro; who beat a, murder rap on
Dec. 6, will not be able to. spend
the ChVistmas holidays rth his
fnmllv because he has not yet
put up the ,$700Q. ball fixed by
two ludEes on two separate
counts, of forging public docu
ments.f i - ,ls.
i A handbill ?narging tnai uic
Jurors of the Remon assassina--tion
trial had been bribe is be
ting lnvestigatea py uismw
torney Cesar A. Quintero. j
. The charges appeared over
the name.of Alejandro Cuellar
1 Aro&emena.. one of the men
" who shared the $50,000 reward
paid by the government for
information leadinq to trial
! and acquittal 'of Ruben, Miro
t ThV Panama Balesclerks Union
protested, today that some em employers
ployers employers are insisting- that they
work as usual on the day after
fchristmas although the Labor
Department has decreed that ail
8'Ores- wmcn' openea yeaieiujr
should close -Thursday in order
to give their employes their reg
ular weefciy aay on
i' The Panama Red Cross has
"Histributed 10,000 toys to .poor
Children in Panama Citv during
the last few days, according to
rL official release today.
ikVOn Dec. 15, 500 xld people who
receive monthly food packages
from the Red,, Cross, got extra
amounts of soap, sugar and oth other
er other Jltemr as Christmas gifts.-
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New Lock Mules t
Slaved Bu StillS
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"The 8.B.. Genevieve tykes
?hlch la carrying two experi experimental
mental experimental towing locomotives lor
the Canal from Texas, is- due to
arfive here tomorrow afternoon,
several hours later than expect expected:
ed: expected: -vV--'';. -r
- The new' towing devices, from
the R- O. LeTourneau, inc. firm
f Longview, Tex, weigh about
B0 tons each. nd are being
brought to the Zone a deckload
PQ the Lykes ship. t
i 'They wUi: be placed. On the
deck (! i floating crane Or a'
targe and be moved to Oatun
tt the end of. the week. There
thev will be unloaded onto the
tenter wall at Oatun Locks for
awembly. s .,",'-
H sioo ; V
f.-Twe- Americans were brought
into the Balboa Magistrate's Court
Jtoday on charges of drunken driv driving
ing driving over the weekend. r .-".
t'One f them, SUnley D. Sudron,
49, wt found guilty 'and fwed
$100. Be waa picked up en Haina
Street at 8:25 p.m. Saturday.
The secoad defendant, Andres
R. Borrco, 34, was apprehrttded
on a Curunda road last ni;ht at
S.55 p.m. "His cae was continued
ontil this a'lernooa.
3,'-l I I -. J f
was suddenly reminded of another
Yule, 18 Chnstmases ago." My hus husband
band husband was a pilot-in-training then,
andhis Balary was $3,500 A year
a 'fraction of "wh(t he previously
earned as .a ship master, I was
jobless. 'j' a
But it was a lovalyV happy dty. dty.-At
At dty.-At toast w wart tegaitlwr. tor
nr first Xhrittmata ley which
probably would not havo btn
our wera he ftill floing to
' With wrv self-disaDproval I re
member tiie mixed emotions of
delight and consternation I felt
when Fred Sill and his lovely la
dy popped ia on us just as I was
wrestling with the dishes.
The pleasures of course, came
from the fact that they were kind
enough to come' by. "The embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment was; an ignoble thing.
To go back a bit owning to rath rather
er rather expensive Stateside family com commitments
mitments commitments and Pop's reduced in income
come income not to mention my way wayward
ward wayward habits, with the family bud budget
get budget in respect to Xmas gift-buy-
uig we were, that pre-ennstmas
week, as poor as Jon s turKey, ana
didn't have one. ..t ;
In lieu of same we dined on fil
et of sole, -and very tasty it was,
even u,i snouian i say sucn.
My misbegotten humiliation
stemmed from : the childish
thought that our visitors would
inhale the. distinctive odor of fish
In our house, rathorthan .tho
aromwtie small, of a roastod tur tur-key.
key. tur-key. f I -r
I know now, as I should have
kno'W then, these nice people
would not have been concerned
one way or another if they "had
caught us devouring frankfurts and
canned heaOs, S
xnings are anogeiner. auierem
now.. Thanks to tne trend to nign-
er wages (wmcn even me' ran-
Canal can't buck V plus costly liti litigation,
gation, litigation, our financial status is con considerably
siderably considerably strengthened. I have a
gobh'er defrosting at this, writing,
and it promises to. be a succulent
, But ctospite tho thonntan ox ox-choquor,
choquor, ox-choquor, I look back upon that
year of 1W with a king i sizo sizo-mmk
mmk sizo-mmk of nostalgia.
I miss, those friendly smiling
clerks at the Ancon Commissary
who stood behind shining counter
and. gladly reached for a tin of
cranberry sauce so you could make
sore it was the solid, not the mix-
ed-up, type of garnish.
Believe it or not. I. didn t even
Cringe when he tore off yards and
ON THE BEACH
At San fa Mono b- S
oay bee fi'
tor Iremtrtee, L
Weik.. the USSf
I aioo oiiiofO -to fine' f
. oat if fcenei wore I
5 seaJiiig tk
book to pay for my $10 grocery
I remember the then manager
or such, Charlie Latham; who was
gracious enough to pass the time
of day and ascertain if all was well
with my shopping. He didn't have
tot," putledid- V V
' And I recall the beaming smile
of Crede Calhoun, at that time
postal bigwig, takina time -out to
grin and wish me a Merry Christ
mas rhe. a brash, newcomer he
had barely met.
jAls 1 recollect handsome Char
lie De Young, at that time a po
llceman, leaping from bis chestnut
steed yes, it was a horse) to help
me pick up some scattered pack
ages I d. drilled on the pavement
en route rrom the Ancon Post Of Of-fice.
fice. Of-fice. He, like the other Charies,' Fred
and spouse and Crede, are still
here praise Allah but it's not
quite the same.iAV..? ,
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1 roalizo things must chango.
Mostfy for tho better thoy havo
dorn so. But f hop you will
boar with mo for thoso memories
, of yester-year.
I haven't much time left to spend
here, but I've enjoyed almost eve
ry minute of it. I shan't be unhap
py to go, though except for the
loss of the many friends on both
sides of the border we shall have
to leave, behind. You see, I m a
nasey New Englander at heart.
To All On The Isthmus
Coracs, Coco Solo
Clinics To Close
For Xmas Holidays
The Out Patient Clinics at Gor-
gas "and" Coco Solo Hospital .? win
close at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday
morning for the Christmas holiday,
it has been announced by the
Health Bureau. '...:'
In 'addition to the Out Patient
Qlini'cs, 11 aid stations in the va various
rious various Canal Zone communities and
the Animal Hospital and Quaran
tine Station at Coronal will close
at ll:3t.-m. .
From 11:30 a.m. Tuesday untu
Thursday morning. Canal Zone
medical facilities will operate on a.
Sunday and holiday schedule,
RP Students Want
Th Panama Students
clear today that the nationalization of the Panama Canal
it the ultimate aim of ''"Panama students and the people."
A communique issued by
Castillo and press secretary
negotiations aimed at getting
of thflrevenues derived from Panama Canal tolls is only
their immediate aim."
The communique further stated that the FEP would
continue to fight for a revision of existing Panama-U. S.
treaties until "pur glorious n&ional emblem flies with all
its sovereign majesty over the
Today's communique was the
aftermath of a resolution approved
by an FEP congress, asking the
President and the' Foreign Minister
to neeotiate a 50-50 division of
Panama Canal income.
The resolution was presented and
nnnrnvMl, immediately after a
closing address by deputy Foreign
Minister; Ernesto uasuuero,
former student leader, who said
he would not be surprised if a
inwards neeotlatingf a 50
per cent sare in Canal profits
should gam iorce.
The Idea was later branded as
Cam TftlM riAVAr'
m:i ia lickci
Imposition, of sentence was sus-
naMHAii trwiav in tne case m
Ii ....nt uihn fell asleep on
i.nimi Railroad Train ana
then f aUed to pay for his ticket
Defendant Marklin Lauire, 31 31-ir.nlH
ir.nlH 31-ir.nlH Panamanian, was also
placed on one year probation by
?h Walboa Magistrate who found
him guilty -of loitering.
A conductor testified to
day that he found Laurie asleep
in one of the cars on a north
hound train. He kept shaking. the
passenger and finally managed to
rouse mm, ne saiu.
wh.n ho asked for Laurie s
:w the defendant' claimed he
had not ticket and no money to buy
0nvnn can't, ride here free," the
conductor told Laurie, and then
raiisH the notice to take him off
Tho defendant said today:
"When I woke up I didn't know
what was happening, l guess i
just wasn't thinking right."
Just before the' train reached
Pedro Miguel station another pas passenger
senger passenger volunteered to pay Lau
rie s tare. However, us wuuui. wuuui.-tor
tor wuuui.-tor said today in court that it
was too late.
New Pedro Miquel
Annual Yiile Tree
As there used to be in earlier
vears, there u Dt a community
Christmas tree at Pedro Miguel
The community, just geiung
back on its feet a ter the arrival
of families from La Boca, will
gather around its Yule tree at a
There u oe a aania uaus mr
the kids. He'll drive around in an
open car for everyone to see.
Carols nave a'reaay Deen sung
in rearo Miguel, ana a singing
group will take its program from
house to house in the revived
fo4 Hot oiMionws, ftw oil mewt4.
rMMf, md that o erratic kreue. mum ot M foo e wio wio-iam
iam wio-iam hmmm Woacoi oo oorrte, hod feoea toppmf O tfOM tfOM-Mrhof
Mrhof tfOM-Mrhof tm. 11-27
Federation (FEP) made, it
FEP president Andres E.
Humberto A. Brugiati said
Panama a 50 per cent share
"unrealistic" by a spokesmnn
for President Ernesto de la
Well, Bui Profifs
Slipped This Year
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP)
The government reported today
that Americans throughout mucjj
of 1957 bought, saved and invested
more than in the same period last
However, the reports for the
most part covered only the first
six to nine months of the year
nor tne last three in wmcs signs
of 'possible recession have appear
ed,!., w" i f
The Commerce Department said
Americans 'in the first half of 1957
acquired liquid assets savings,
securities and insurance at an
annual rate of $26,500,000,000, a 13
per cent increase over 1956.
Moreover, it said personal sav
ings were "generally well main
tained" during the second half of
the year despite declines in per
At the same time, the Federal
Trade and. Securities ; 4 Exchange
Commissions reported that manu manufacturers'
facturers' manufacturers' sales for the first nine
months of the year rose 6 per cent
over the same period of 1956.
However, the report said rising
costs cut profits after taxes to 4.7
cents of each sales dollar, this
was, a three-year low.
In recent weeks the government
has : issued other reports showing
declines in personal income along
with increased unemployment and
higher living costs. Previously the
Federal Reserve Board reversed
its i tiaht-moncy policy, indicating
it believed the big busness boom
had at least temporarily halted.
The FTC-SEC report said manu
facturers' sales in the third quart
er of 1957 totalled $79,600,000,000
the same as in the first quarter
and 2 per cent less than in the
The-third-quarter loss nit -aur-
ah'e goods manufacturers. Their
sales- declined 5 per cent while
non-durable manufacturers sales
increased 3 per cent.
Adventurer Plies Angry Main In Puny
By DOC QUIGG
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 (UPWThe
age of high adventure of the seas
may -be gone with 'the windjam
mers, and Me' west says ne
doesn't give a hoot whether it is
or isn't he is no adventurer;
he's just trying to prove some
What, then, is hejtioing out
there in the stormy North Atlan
tic in a 15-foot open boat witn an
outboard motor? Does he ply the
the Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute
Isttr, ot tfce tub tp4 tewoid eoea see, the eaeeoKto efflcaf
collW Coaidr. Tewefi H rkesentcooo. "OoriooH' owtorooot
koi, sir. One penea ia Hn -
45 Of Employes
Riffed Year Ago
Back On PC Rolls
Of tho 741 employes who re received
ceived received rtdoctlon-in-foree notices
from the Panama Canal Compa Company,
ny, Company, resulting from tho Implemen Implementation
tation Implementation of the US-RP Treaty In
January, 1957, 204 people have
been re-employed in regular po positions.
sitions. positions. In addition, 13S wore hired In
temporary jobs, some of which
are only for the holiday season,
a Canal spokesman said today.
This makes a total of 339 per persons
sons persons rehired by tho Canal or a a-bout
bout a-bout 45 per cent of those laid off.
First Negro U.S.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 (UP)-
A 25-year-old Negro nuse who
"wouldn't give up" her ambition
to become the nation's first Ne
gro airline stewardess will report
to work with Mohawk Airlines
The employment of Ruth Carol
Taylor o New York by Mohawk
was announced yesterday by
was announced yesterday by
Charles Abrams, chairman of the
State Commission Against Discn
Gov. Averell Hartiman added
his personal congratulations, say
ing, he was glad a New York air
line was 'Mthe first in the a-
Mis- Ta.vl J-'Xj Uiatu!
was" "fliseouragetr" lasi summer
when shepplied for a" steward stewardess
ess stewardess joh with Trans-World Airiines,
had three interviews, then waited
six weeks for a letter which said
she was not being employed be
cause of "intangible factors. She
filed a complaint against TWA
with the State Discrimination Com Commission.
mission. Commission. -"I
didn't give up though," she
said. "I thought I would make a
good flight hostess. I am a nurse
and I like people."
With the commission and the
urban league behind her, Miss
Taylor applied to the Mohawk
Line. She as hired almost im
mediately- after interviews at the
company headquarters in Utica,
Flyina To Italy
LONDON, Dec. 23 (UP) Movie
actress Ingrid Bergman flew to
Rome today with suitcases full
of toys and presents to spend
Christmas with her children and
Roberto Rosselllni, the husband
from whom she is separated.
The ehrlstmas get-together
will be Ingrid's first meeting
with Roberto since their official
parting some time ago.
Thev agreed then to spend
Christmas together in Italy for
the sake of the children.
raging main in a puny putt-putt
lob just as the climber said of
Mt. Everet-because it's there
And if he's get to choom a
boat for Open ocean-going, why
dsn't he slip into something T
. That's just it, says West, the
thing is seaworthy "it can be
maneuvered safely in any body of
water, even in the ocean provid
ed there is the proper care, plan
ning, and common sense." That's
what he's trying to prove. It
takes a heap of proving.
Symbol of US's
Hopes For Peace;
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP) President Eisert.
hower planned to take time off from official duties this
afternoon to light a giant Christmas tree symbolic of tht -nation's
hope for peace. 1j
The President was scheduled to throw a switch illii-
minating the huge "National Christmas Tree" set up fn
a park behind the' White House as part of the capital's
annual "Pageant of Peace." 'J
The Chief Executive was also scheduled to deliver a
brief Christmas message to the nation and the wOrld.j
The President's plans for touching off the capital's
traditional Yuletide observance were fitted into a day of
urgent appointments. ?
His schedule will be climaxed tonight when. he" and.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles report tcthe Amer American
ican American people oyer nationwide radio and television on results V
of the recent Paris meeting of Allied chiefs of state.
Eisenhower presided today over
a meeting of the National Security
It was the council's first meet
ing since the President returned
from the NATQ ."summit", confer-
ence la ,Pam, -u m a
The meelinj -War Oxpoetad-
tonslder making public parts of
the top-secret Caithor report,
which Is reported to havo drawn
a frightening: picture of the lag
in U.S. military preparedness.
Before opening the council meet
ing, the president met orieuy wnn
He also had an appointment with
Raymond J. Saulnier, chairman of
his council of economic advisers.
The President also scheduled a
morning visit with Burmese' Presi
dent U Win Maung, m this country
on an unofficial visit.
In his radio-TV address tonight,
the President is expected to
stand firmly behind proposal by
the NATO conference for disarm disarmament
ament disarmament talks with Russia either
In a special 25-nation United Na Nations
tions Nations committee or a foreign min ministers
isters ministers conference.
Russia apparently has rejected
But hieh U.S. officials beueve tne
Soviet Union has left the door open
to possible eventual participation
in the 25-nation U.N. disarmament
The United States is standing
firm on dealing through the 25-na
tion group rather than a special
meeting of the full U.N. General
Assembly as Russia has counter counter-promised.
promised. counter-promised. LONDON Soviet Sputnik II
completed 694 eartti-circling trips
yesterday. Moscow radio said it
would oass over Pallas at 6:06 p.
m., Chicago at 6:08 p.m. and Los
Angeles at 7:47 p.m. today.
PAltlS Gen. Lauris Norstad,
Last October, he proposed to
take a 15-foot open runabout a
board motor, the type of thing
used for ivers and lakes and not
for ocean going on a 613 mile
jaunt from North Carolina to Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. The proposal left a few
mouths agape in Morehead City,
N.C., his home town. The mouths
belong to the Coast who had spent
a lifetime at sea.
"Nobody gave me a chance,"
says West. Bt be had put in 10
months of planning weather,
load ration with power, weight,
and fuel consumption. He started
uut one morning on what was sup supposed
posed supposed to be a three-day run to
Bermuda. Eleven days later when
a Coast Guard plane sighted him,
he was 160 miles from destination,
out of gas.
He had run Into stormy
woatner, high wind end wevos
thot cut Ms speed to throe
knots. At tirroa. In tKe. wove
trough!, ho waa rooking, up at
Croats M to 23 foot above him.
Ho did a W of soiling we
swomtrd four times b ut hod
enough tank capacity to enable
him to bH fast enough to sur-
vhre V - ....
On the sixth aught, a five-gallon
auxiliary gasoline can broke
mooring and pounded against his
maia fuel tank feed hue, breaking
it. He bailed half a tank of gaso gasoline
line gasoline from the bilge and ran the
rest of the night from a miliary
cans. Next morning, be was out
of gat. - -. . .- i
Allied commander in Europ"ssid
NATO countries will get U.S. .med .medium
ium .medium range ballistic missiles Iwwm Iwwm-ple
ple Iwwm-ple time to assure continuous pro-
tectfoX gainst a Soviet attack.
CAIRO -,,Dr."Ali Abdel-Gslil.
Rad- physics rf rfessor-at
A'iTi tt:j.,.....:. .1.1.:
today he has been in communica
tion with the spirit of Laika, the
Sputnik dog. But he said he can-
not pass Laika's message on to the
world because it was delivered in
Morse code which no one at his se
ance could understand.
Tod Road Menaces
CHICAGO, Dec. 23 (UP) -Social
drinkers and middle of the
roaders are the chief highway
killers during the Christmas hol holidays,
idays, holidays, a National Safety Council -survey
The survey showed thai social
drinkers responsible for 30 per
cent of tratfic fatalities during
off-holiday periods--are the
cause of 55 per cent of the -Christmas
Almost four out of five victims
were men, the survey showed, ?
and these were mostlv drivers.
Most common driver action
that proved fatal was driving on
the wrons: side of the road-or in -'
the middle of the road;-failure
to observe signal or stop algne 1
But the Council, leading with
a warning, followed uo with a
message of hope. Traffic fleatha
decreased 3 per cent in tne Iim
nine months of the year, offi
"If that had been moored prop properly,
erly, properly, I'd have been in Bermuda, ...
he says. "What I'm trying .to
prove is that it is not unsafe if
you take the proper care and pra pra-p!
p! pra-p! ''."
And so, he says, he's g61nf
bc.i out, on an endurance test.
This time in a 17-foot open run run-about,
about, run-about, unassisted in mid-winter
"just lose myself, with proper
food and equipment, for at least
10 days and as long thereafter at
I can stand it. They cant atop
me. I'm a licensed pilot." 1 i
West, a slight, crew-cut man of
28, married, with three ehMdrcn, ;,
has been "on the ocean all; rr
life." A former radio disk jockp
he expects eventually -to tai
over his father's fishing pier at
home. This small-boat vent-.
he says, is unsponsored w-"juj,t
my own money.". r
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SEMANTICS AND STATISTICS
There are so many nasty names that could be applied to a
like AH For wow imu dux, jjcu. mi
' Teally no use golnc Into them now.
S imagine he is either a sixth grade graduate, or
?r v.tv. hnni nr. the bottom of his class, or is I
jMuate with ftRalnst the average Negro because he
ifaars some Negro can lane on w-
Se tried to establish in the minds of all Mail Box readers
W'ldea that all Negroes are the wont of all people He would
JStc bring about a Little Rock here in the Canal Zone, with
WWt?.Zi-ZrT-cmttoto Mall Box letters
Tt.. fi. f wnfriisvi in which thev were written is
UT T TTTTTT L11C DVT IV m--n
By VICTOR RIESIt
Some background music, 'profes 'professor,
sor, 'professor, please. And start with
''Temptation." For; there conies
now a reports from some consci
entious report makers that at
least $620,000,000 i paid in an
nual dues to the nation's unions.
Since this is an increase of
$162,000,000 in the two years
since the AFL-CIO first marged,
I presume the, researchers won't
lance me with their pencils if I
figure that the dues income will
reach a billion dollars in anoth another
er another few years. The boys who got
up these figures are James J.
Bamhrick, Jr., and his colleagues
at the National Industrial Confer Conference
ence Conference Board.
They worked hard and covered
191 national and iniernational u u-nions
nions u-nions with headquarters in tha
U.S. They dso discovered that
there are 17,400,000 unionists in
the U.S. A
the Beautiful' Is a Wonderful
rt its a sname. i io nave rcu nic
1 .iilkilfit nan
ii5oort of Negroes. Though i am no Deiicr n
!StS better-written letters than the average American produces.
1 I am not dealing with race now, mu wun imuuimuy. "t v
oir Now's" English is good enough to. distinguish between these
wo ,VrX..: ,m'a ..v-nkM," write such letters. Does "All For
"ijSwr think all Yankees are such miserable idiots as himself?
ha think all the people in the world go round bearing
fudges,, and with chips on their shoulders, as he does?
2tf any. person, Negro or otherwise, Is not given a decent
f.m,hct, and rmas odsibcibs pm ij
.Lu urn w Mnm" rviinv nph a. nerson is going to try v&ri-
flZTf-.phievino- what he considers to be his goal?
"What's where the thieving, lying and murdering come in
!n V. xt, 4. mxh ft talented statistician, with his pre
, nil r ui nun o ouvu i . .
dentition or the proportion of Negroes among the prisoners in
' Panamanian and Canal Zone .Jails, that he might try his. ta ta-XffitiMet.
XffitiMet. ta-XffitiMet. population, r Ha Would findSO
ercent of the prisoners to-be .white, for 9ff percent oi in.
-'SSSattoB i white, On the canal Zone and in Panama. Ne
f It is for this same reason that Panama has more Negroes
.aihan white jobless: In the states it wou o ne vic-v.
The Negro has accomplished a great deal, despite the ob obstacles
stacles obstacles placed in his, way. He has added a lot to American
.. tnrv Tittle or no eratitude has been expressed to him.
Br" mi. f tn. wnriH r liDoti the United States, as a
tandardbearer of Democracy. The enemies of Democracy are
o6ttng for the bad in America, as "All For Now" looks for the
SaiTir? Negres. By his letter, "All For Now" qualified himself
' for the attention of Democracy's enemies. -5
A country is known by its people. What others think of
Vman's country depends on that man. :
it RR1 C
NAMES, EVAsjPoiftr AND
& t .hniilri like to commend Capt. John P. Campbell for1 ,fiis
rmfitw in amero-inir from the bushes of anonymity and Mat
iViv.hl rase (Mail Box, Dec. 22). I wish I felt I could do the
. r, T3
Ti?aam. r,n,nkii fnrtrpt, one thina. There are more rea-
f th.tt n fn- a contributor to keen his identity secret. To
fOA.it n pxamnle. there, are nersons who simply loathe having
Uiatf-naniM in Drint. INhave a husband like that; with him it
m a vertitable fetish. .-
If ni,t thr i another, and more frequent reluctant. That
tha iruv or doll who is afraid. Guess you know of what -r
jear of reprisal: This may cost me my (or my husbands) lob.
iScan't take a chance on that but let the country the truth,
'iZm at least my version of it.
' Jf! We who talk through the Mail Box are not all craven, hit-rljelow-the
belt, malicious enemies to mankind. I doubt if the
VMail Box could survive were not the anonymous cloak honored.
Kl I'm in no position, since I could not attend, to Judge the
rmeritg of Sefior Campbell's case. But I carefully read The Pan Pan-2jwna
2jwna Pan-2jwna American reporter's version of the celebrated Town Meet Meet-lng,
lng, Meet-lng, "and while the item was heavily laden with pro-Governor
eentlmehts, I failed to discern a single instance in which Gen.
J Potter offered a solid answer to people who had a real. -or ima imaginative
ginative imaginative grievance. a -A"
j. Evasive? I m inclined to say yes. bui i wury-aonr oiame
the centleman. He has some bosses, too. He can't always do
rwhat, possibly, his sentiments dictate-. There are very definite
-; arnunfi ruies atba,ciica tu uui juciai.u.y nic. a v i-
S when atmroached bv the representative of a small but im
!"Tortant group of men here, the Guv responded' approximately
5 "I can't possibly grant you higher wages. It would be un-
iTheard of for you to earn more than our Bureau heads.
S. What kind of an answer was that? In my opinion, simply
Win admlsison that what was good enough for grampa is good
enough for you.
S I think I have bored your readers sufficiently. Merry
Tcbristmas to Capt. Campbell and Gov. Potter.
r if w Onlooker
Out of the total dues collected,
$8,663,355 goes into the central
AFL-CIO treasury guarded by
George Meany and William- Schnit Schnit-zler.
zler. Schnit-zler. There can be no doubt a a-bout
bout a-bout the. sanctity of those funds.
However, the rest of this vast
fund is split up between the na
tional unions and their locals.
The Board reports that the na
tional union headquarters take
some $250,000,000. The local out
fits take tht rest or some
$366,000,000 a, year at least.
This is all figured on the mini
mum, rhere can be no full count.
From Illinois' Sen. Paul Doug-
last who once tried to unstench
some pension and welfare funds
comes word that at least $7, $7,-000,000,000
000,000,000 $7,-000,000,000 that's right, billion
are being .contributed annually
to central funds on which the
sick, the infirm and aged among
our laboring folk depend for sur surcease
cease surcease from economic pain.
All these are the latest figures.
There's heart's i blood in these
statistics. Everv dollar cornea out
of a workingman's pay in some
fashion. For the most part, these
funds are safeguarded. But these
figures were disclosed on the ve very
ry very day when the courts and the
federals revealed that Dave Beck
year. And that one it the com com-qine,i
qine,i com-qine,i knowri: as Jitfunle James,
who unuT teeently cteaosfed -was
guardian of the Lundh Workers'
funds,', was' indicted bnr charges of
eyaaing smr uy taxes.
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If OIIW IIAIION
Walter Winched h New York
THI BROADWAY ORBIT
This deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ernesto castillero,
r "5 who wants Panama to get a 50-50 share of all Canal tolls be-
cause there is oil in Venezuela I think that's the reason he
if,ve is a piker. There's oil in Saudi Arabia too,, and a Jap Jap-anese
anese Jap-anese outfit, has just made a 56-44 deal with that country, the
' Wehort end going to the oil company which does all the work.
f Until Castillero comes out unequivocally for a 56-44 split of the
,- Canal take. Including the gross revenue from the Commlsartes,
rtne Dingo games, and tne united Fund, there will be grave
aoubu concerning the quality of his patriotism.
Experts accountant reckon that
i,.By!i?'' tiifoughija .teci
tetKyrjfiN,tii he JieBtviftothe
en W'tm6$-J$l,faM6'-'--lt "four
Brother James rolled up this
business from a small loan of
s-J3,ooo irom Jim Hpffa and
friends. With that, James bought
a imau iaunary worKert local.
He Was an imaginative :, fellow.
He was paid $78,000 fori) einv
sumeraing caiiea a "welfare de
puty.' He opened a bank account
in wnicn ne out S250O a month
iw expenses, ne couwn't y-
plain now he got aome ts? nnn
under his guidance ai wlfar
deputy, over $900,000 was embei-
wnen tne AKL-CIO MrkH nut
the Laundrv Worker it rharffAl
41.-. 1 .. . B
mai mere was "a wftole variety
of evil practices exceedingly
high commissions, kickback, an.
cial expense Tavmnt mvm.ni.
ui premiums to someone nth
than the insurance carrier, failure
io inquire about dividends, or a a-bout
bout a-bout receipt of claim checks. ."
The AFL-CIO Ethical Practices
committee called it "incredible."
However, all this did go on for
over five years.
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There was another Laundry
Workers brother unionist. Charlna
Maddeo. He had five union jobs.
He was vice president of the
Laundry Workers International:
He was vice-president of Local
10 of that union at 110,400 a
He was also welfare deoutv for
Local 10. f o which sacrifica h
received five per cent of tie pre premium,
mium, premium, whicL came to $17,486 in
less than two years. He was sec
retary-treasurer of the Can Work
ers Union No. 22623. Philadelphia.
for which overwork ha received
$13,000 a year.
And he was vice-president of
Local 85 of. the Cleaners and Dy
er for which he really sacri
ficed. He said he got no salary.
Just a labor of love. He found
little appreciation in the AFL-CIO.
The convention ousted him., But
he did business for a long time.
And he still is an officer of the
Laundry Workers Union, ousted
though, it is. t
There are others who count
and .pocket the people's money.
Some will be exposed in McClel McClel-lan
lan McClel-lan Committee probes of welfare
and pension funds which Counse Counselor
lor Counselor Bob Kennedy already hit
scheduled. Unless there are lawa
to wipe out this mulcting of mil.
lions, all labor will suffer from
exposures, as it has in tha past. I
Tha June Allyson sariat in a
national magazine "tells all," ac according
cording according to the newspaper ads,
which say: 'Even her husband
doesn't know unti. he reads it".
As Will Rogers said (when an
editorial panned him): "It's get
ting rough lor us comedians
when we get competition from
the editorial page". : .It's get
ting rougher for the chatter col columnists
umnists columnists when celebs peddle the
lowdown on. themselves that thev
threaten to sue about if syndicat
ed. .In fact, many high class
jttiv jiiaalAluca $ u a lu JH
ing eye-raisers and "inside stuff!'
tnat tabloid lawyers delete. .'.A
recent "Climax" episode by Shirl
Hendrix dealth with a gossip
writer, who went daffy from an
onymous threatening letters. It
was almost a carbon copy of a
TV program (seen a few weeks
earlier) in which the villain was
a dramatic critic. The avenger
was a playwright. .In the "Cli "Climax"
max" "Climax" echo, the writer keot tell-
"Jg nis aggrieved- targets
was the truth, wasn't it ". .The I. .MGM turned down the fable
grim boomerang: scandal maga- years oeiore. .une or its concoc
zine editor was reminded of the ters is reported mending from an
star's skeleton closet and plans
an: essay titled: "Its the Truth,
"Sweat Smell oi Success," a
movie dealing with gossip col
umnists and sinlul press-agents.
enjoyed a good press earlier this
year; .It ran at Loew's State
in New York for 8 weeks, despite
weekly losses. .We mentioned
Daily Variety's prediction that it
would wma up being tne in m
firm's first failure. .Tony C,ur C,ur-tit
tit C,ur-tit Cof the cast) planted a denial
in oftY'Oi the gazettes. J .Heeht,
Hill and Lancaster, the sponsor,
Wilt lose a half million dollars' oil
it. .The firm will alibi that the
sum was lost on "Sme 1" and an another
other another picture, "Bachelor Party,"1
to make it taste a little sweeter..
. .They've had many shocks oven
their initial defeat at the box-office.
One of the most agonizing'
is that co-partner Burt Lancaster.
plus star Tony Curtis are not
"It strong enough to "bring them in'
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A London g zatto claims Louis
Armstrong was nicknamed "Satch
mo" by tne British press in the
early 30 s. . ,B e b b e s o, but
"Satchmo" is pure Am'ericanese
the abbreviation for "satchel-
mouth meaning huge like
satchel or valise. .The copycats
never weary ot luting ideas.
rocknroll ditty is titled, "On the
Gloomy v Side o the Avenue
(Jimmy McHugh's long ago hit,
"On tha Sunny Side v of i the
Street"), and another is named
"Day' and'. Niirht". '.Insoired. no
doubt, by Vole Poiter's 'N i g h f
mu u.uy ... .latest juck oi me
bop set straigh-, Pernod. The
new snori-cui 10 a straitiacKet j
.New fad over at the Cafooev,
aocieiy set: "ino turniture par
ties, iney remove all (urniture
and sit on the floor. This is con
sidered tres chic. .Latest lad
among the hipsters: "Kexies"
fuzzy fedoras in checks and
plaids made popular by the
chappo Rex Harmon wore in
Not only did "Las Girls" bor borrow
row borrow tha method of tailing i 1 1
tale from "Raahomon," it got
it title (and mere) fram tha
lata Robert E. Sherwood's stage
hit, "Idiot's Delight." Thot play
told tha story ot an American
long-and-daneo ,mn, who tour tour-ad
ad tour-ad Yorrep with a dance r act
namod "Lot Girls". . .Alfred
Lunt played the role an the
stage, Gable did it en tha
screen. .Lota Naldi, latest I-
talian cinema star, was born
in the Brownsville t a t a r of
Brooklyn. .Now Yorker ara
chuckling over tha ads far 1i
Brooklyn hotel which read:
"You'll, take pride in your af affair
fair affair at tha St. Gaarga".Ovar Gaarga".Ovar-haard
haard Gaarga".Ovar-haard about Bing Crosby:
"What a ttrange guy. Whenever
you aaa him with a wife she's
Another landmark fading from
the Broadway scene the" mag mag-writer.
writer. mag-writer. .One of the topnotchers
( witn no comics to write for ) is
sorting mail at the Post Office.
. .Many otoers are working in
other Jines. .Don't invite Mitch
Miller .and his discovery Johnny
Mathiv, the recording star, to
your party. .H'wood fears that
another 3000 movie theatres will
be closed by New Year's.-'. .Ben
Blue's new spot near Santa Mo
nica (on tne site o. the iormer
Macayo): is attracting tha H'wood
lun-siarvea. .Joshua Losran. the
top-Mght stare and the H'wood
fun-starved. .Joshua Logan, the
hobby". .He's almost 50. X
An American actress named Jac
queline McKenzie, who has done
many TV commershills. lost tenia
of bookings (she alleges) because
an r-ngiisn gin witn the i same
name recently appeared on a
midnight show and was Dinned
hard by the -criUcs. JJext day
the U.S. actress, who was un for
a $25,000 eommershil) aeries, was
brushed. .The ad lads thawt
she waa the one who iras roast roasted.
ed. roasted. .She is takina tha matter tn
Uwyers to see if she has a law lawsuit
suit lawsuit against those responsible for
viousing ypr her career..
Tallulah' reaaan far (MWllnn
har eawntry mansa: "I warked
all Summer in atock ta pay
tha swimming pael. But by tha
time I gat arauna ta atlng It it
was eoverad with leal".'. .-,'
Jack Damptay, withaut fanfare
or are is agents, aftea visits St.
Clare'a Hat pit a I in New York
ta chaar tha petiantt. Champa
are like that. .It's a ho Jar
tha Bdward Cieffi. Dad'a arr
tha N.Y. Mlrrer, the mama ia
a farmar Raxyatta.Tha Klan
recently ahanad a aaoking (fen
WASHINGTON w An extremely
hush-hush dinner was lield at the
borne of WiUiam Foster; J former
deputy undersecretary of defense
now chief sparkplug of: Olin-Ma
It was held not so much in hori
or of Vice-president Nixnn. r.
ported, but .was inspired by Nixon
ui oruer io pry. loose the suppress
cu uaiiner rr -trt.
This report.; one of -the most im
portant -in the history of the na
tion, concludes1 that the iTnitoH
States is on the way" to. becoming
a. aecuna-ciass power because of
me ussie Jag. 1
o It also hints In guarded terms
tnt trie united Stares may have
ta desert it traditional policy
of naver going) ta war unless aK
The first attack in modern
tomievwar would be so-massive
tha report points but. '. that 1 the
country, which; makes 'the attack
would probably win. And with the
arms race going against the u
miea states, tne lnierenee is: we
can t afford to wait.
.' ThiSj in blunt language, is prey
entive war.- .-- .v,
: Though the: White House wants
the tenort suppressed, Vice-presi
dent Nixon and the business exe
cutives who wrote the report want
tne American people alerted re
Warding the danger facing the na
EDUCATE THE PUBLIC
( Because of the importance
the report, this column has been
able to secure the main highlights
na tney are published below
1. The report stronely urees ed
ucating the public on national de-
tense, l-ne security of the "nation
it points out. deoends uoon the un
derstanding of the oeoole.
. xne LfSSR nrobablv win have
operational ICBM's-with megaton
warheads by the end of 1959.. By
tnis time, soviet military supre
macy over-the U-;S. should :- be
3. Russia was stronser than Am
erica following our disarmament
after V-J nay. but wi caucht ud
ana jumped ahead of Russia dur
ing the Korean war. Recently we
have dropped back. Though our
strength today js abpyt parallel,
the Soviet is swooping ahead so ra
pidly that it will be well ahead of
us m the next 1$ months.
4. Thr report urgently calls for
stepping un the "initial operation
al; aapatvnty" of our iRJBM'i .(in
termediate-ranee missile) four
times', the 'present aoaL- j E v. e n
moreTrital, itTecommends increas i
... T..U J T-T .'-A
finentat missile), capability.' almost
5; The : report sketches a five-
year" woifram that would boost
defense spending almost-; $20
billion. It recommend a S bu
tton increase in 1959. 4 b'Hidn in;
lfl60. Jt5 billion, fn 191 M bllon
m 1962, and $3 billion in 1963.
... ( '-.
8. 'I he report declares solemnly
that the fate of the U.S. and its
population today rests on the Stra
tegic Air Command. The- report
urgently recommends wider dis dispersal
persal dispersal of SAC'i striking power
and quicker reaction to an alert.
SAC can now get' one-third "of its
bombers; into the air. f within 19
minutes after an alert. The report
urges increasing this capability
by at least one-half. also calls
for improving the. warning- : net-(
-7. The report recommends-'hardening,
of our bombsr and missile
baser either by building concrete
shelters or putting (hem under underground.
..Note Assistant defense aert.
ary Mansfield Sprague fought in inside
side inside the committee foe an even
stronger report. This is significant
since he is an Administration man."
He argued for a stronger recom
mendaton on the oueshon of lut.u
ting, the enemv hitrn first nA
though not advocating" preventive
war, he made1 the point "that if
war appears inevitahl. ahn tim
in tba future, it would be disas disastrous
trous disastrous for US to wait until tha
tvremun strikes the first blow.
John L. Lewis Won't hnnlr ti
with the ousted Teamatera w
feels he has enough problems, what
With COmoetinS: fuela and hnnlrin
col woduction. ..';:.-',.''.
Lewis also IS Planning; annthr
safety campaign. in Congress, to
make every coal min in the coim coim-ry
ry coim-ry subiect to the Federal Min.
Insoction ect. Several hundred
smaller cosl min. j wfth is n
feWAr mnln,ra. .4911 .... A
... most farmer and Vixa.nr.ol.
dent Nixon mav h Aoain.f
culture secretary -Ezra- Benson,
but Benson's -boss. President Ei-
.AnhM.n.w ill, ... TZT
scuuvwci, is ?uu xuu per cent for
him. This was why Benson con confidently
fidently confidently told th- rvr...
tnat he had no mtention of resian.
ing., White House iptimates say
Eisenhower thanks in part to
brother Milton- is closef to tha
farm secretary than anv i h k 1
memh?r of his cabinet, so close
that there is an unwritten rule a--mong
White Housa aides not to
criticize Benson to the President
! Nixon ever 3ets into tha
White House -it wiH be ahother sto story.
ry. story. He has already been maneuv.
ermg to get Benson out..'.' r
The American MpijiVal i.oA.UL
tion is already lohhvino-
bill,, due -to come up- in Congress
next year, which would provide
hospitalization and iiriri.i Vm..
fits to reeipienU of Social Sectirl-
iy. ama acobyists are now mak-
ing the rounds on Canitm nni
M though mot- Congressen won't
be baeV1tiU'Jahuary" ... Budget
Boss Percy -Bmndae It InnVin-
into the Agriculture Department, r
aei vices Administrations
and Veterans Administration fnr
most of the money to give toihe
missile program). $900,000,000 Will
come out of farm price suppprti
and soil bank payments: lion nnn .'
000 by reducing purchases for 4he
strategic stockpile; $,000,0(K by
cutting down in V.A. hospitals and
tightening the requirements f;0t
Welfare products and the Labor
Department will get nicked hard.
cy asking for soma entertain
ers for an affaii in Alabama.
They sent Negre dancer.The
Kluxers haven't s t a a a a A
seraamlng Soumi-a4ikes: "My
apaciai axnoei" ana -too
Young." ','' : N
Two vo rs in advanc lrum-
front "the New York Papers of
Nov. 25, 1957: London. N0v, 24
(Special): Princess Marearet." still
neaa over neeis m !ove with Pe Peter
ter Peter Townsend, has made a tear
ui appeal to her family or nr-
missioii to marry the divorced
commoner, friends said today. .
They .' have corresponded regular regularly,
ly, regularly, and they hold 'ast to a vow
exchanged that neither would niar-
ry sunless they are permitted to
wed 'each other.'"
From tha Winchell-Mirror- fil
of Nov. 14., 1955: "Londoners tell
U.S. friends Mec and Ptr
made a Pact never, tn mim-l
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SANTA ARRIVES w.. ,h vi hv hellcotiter at the Albrook flight line.
fancla orphanage in Panama
lvWaCnd the Holy
ry Season Trek For Boquete Highlands
tUnder Way; Hotel Panamonte
It The annual trek to the dry dry-season
season dry-season capital of Boquete In the
chlriaui mountains is starting
"early, this year.
Some families have already
f4eft : by; plane and car; others
rUA start toward the end of the
Plane. service has been expand expand-v
v expand-v ed: and the Pan American High Highway
way Highway to chlriaui is better than
''it's ever beenMany Canal zoit-
lafts and residents of Colon ana
""the capital city arte planning to
" take advantage of the good
" transport to enjoy weekends ana
winter vacations in the bracing,
"cool air of Boquete's 4000-it, eli eliminate.
minate. eliminate. tn To accommodate those who
neither own nor rent their own
homes, Hotel panamonte is re-,
opening Its ddors Jan. 1. (Each
t year it", closes during the rainy
months of autumn).
t The 40-guest Panamonte is on
- the Caldera River, only a few
-vMiinutes walk from the center of
' the cattle-and-coff ee town..
.- Almost 10 years ago, Mrs. Hans
-Elliot bought- ,th -home -otpld-
L wrighti'who tben V.movditpSa
Antonio,; pow ? of ten contributes
vtjietters to the Mail,Box of The
-Panama American.. r.
wl MrsfjElliot converted the slm slm-ffple
ffple slm-ffple farm-type house into a dis dis-',riinctive,
',riinctive, dis-',riinctive, luxurious mountain inn
l ''with such comforts as hot water
and electric lights around the
- lock. She also added a modern
" kitchen, laundry, a garden patio,
i-fe library, gift shop and a large
? game room and bar where guests
gather for recreatioa around a
" ireat open fireplace. -'"
Freshly repainted from roof-
. iiocohnorHs thp hfltpl is
g-ffurnished. largely with Swedish
a and Panamanian furniture.
Spamsn coiuiiiai pauiiiiisa
Indian artifacts have been used
Rates have not gone up since
the hotel opened. They .stui
X stand afc $20 per day, double, $12,
slrtgle,,: for,,.xoom' with, private
5 onle Ciobrhs ?lth a I shared
8 bftth are available at $18 double,
S m elnerln 1 ACrOKa the TO&d in
I the annex, prices are $15 double,
$8.50 single,-; :
S ,; AU rates incmae tnree,meia
daily of a cuisine that combines
2 'continental a n d" Panamanian
u rflcho. TVio Tint-pl crrnws manv Of
its own fresh vegetables, and
moire mavlmiim use of :the
C fruits and garden1 truck that
S flourish in the temperate altl
m f (h r'V.irlnut highlands.
Mg VUUC Vll 13
smorgasbord brings restaurant
pnt bar guestSvirom pavia ana
otner nearpy towns, oomeumca
here is dancing in the game
There is no formal nrogram of
entertainment at Panamonte.
Guests go hiking or on trips to
nearby commercial nower-gar
dens and mountain coffee fin
cas. Fishing, hunting and horse
back riding may usually .be; ar
1 COORDINATOR MaJ. Gen.
f Donald J. Keinv Air Force
J atomic expert, baa been named
v th Defense DcDartment to
' head a new office to direct de
' Telopment of., nuclear power
'tat airplanes and missile in
1 coordination with the Atomic
'' Energy Commission. "-
i t a western movie; food.
-; ."" yrr
Name Vclety of Albroolc Air
The hotel has a jeep and sta-
tlon wagon available with driver
at reasonable cost lor guesis wno
mlch tn makp nn nlcnlc DartiCS to
the higher slopes of El ,Votcan
Baru. One ot, the most popular
is a day's trip that takes the vis-
in hi'mich rVmrterminn. and El
Hato, arl up the distant slope
Of the ll,uoo-M. exiuiqi crarer vo
i-Um nnAfin Minn nt (Tprm
Purlta. This i the highest town,
reached by road in the area
known as The voican. t
HnltaVil. mnnntain clothlne
does much to make Boquete en-
joyabie;?sturay waiwng snoes
are m o r e comfortable than
open-toed sandals. 1
Slacks or 'j wool skirts and
tors ro Almost. must. Most
women enjoy topcoats at night;
and men find leather Jackets
Someiguesw preier to cnange
Into business suits and afternoon
dresses for dinner.; n 1
Boquete is far more accessi accessible
ble accessible by car than It was last year.
Additional units or me "an-A-merican
Highway In the Penono-
WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
RADIOS APPLIANCES RECORDS
HI-FI SYSTEMS RECORD PUYERS
and "IRISH' TAPE
31 Automobile Bow
OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M.,
5 BOTH quR i
1 STORES OPEN v
UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
Mfrenta and to bv the:
Force. Baae. vOJSAP Photo),
Opens Jan. I
me-Anton area have been open
ed. There is also a considerable
paved stretch as tne roaa up
The unpavea gap oetween v
being maintained at a pener
standard, but should not be tat
An of faaf enppril
the road swines over to- the
coast. It. is a; winding road with
Hlinrt iirn. hitt dmmatic
mountain and vseascope views
developed French or itauan Riv
With an earlv start, the trip
from the Canal banks to Boque
te can now be maae m a aay
without undue nushlns;. The
road from David up Into the
mountains is paved. 'Buses piy
tJoolrfoo t Via 'rtailxr 7-afl a.m.
COPA Diane flights to David,
there is now a special weekend
flight, "El Baru," which goes up
i!Tluay aiteniouu, reuixB im
mlHHav Htnncr flunrlnv.
Reservations may be made by
mall,. : teiepnone, teiegram or
through local.travel agents. -t
. of he Traditional Cbmimas Raffle
Mrs. Luisa de lasso
No. 18, 52nd St
Mrs, Louis Martinz
Mr. Charles L. Senkier
' Fort Amador, C. Z.
81 APPROXIMATIONS OF $10.00
with the FIRBT, SECOND and THIRD PRIZE
CONGkATVLATWNS TO THE WINNERS
No: 22-06 Central Are.
Phone 2-1773 :
i Airconditioned Stores
Ooen Tomorrow Toesday from 80 to 9.-00 p.m.
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWtPAPEB'
'Hold For Release'
Ntroi Vnuir ti n vttbs m.
flvr Vnrk fiailv Nwi nrlntf to
day the obituary of a veteran re reporter,
porter, reporter, Lowell Limpus, Llmpus
wrote it nimseu.
"This is the last of the 8,700 or
mnn atniHua T'v wHHn in an.
pear in the News," the obit be
an. "It must he the Tinai one
Aaifu T AimA vmlmtrAmv Tt'av an
xclusive. too marked 'hold for
Iim.DUt Ml wu found dead of
in his apartment a block from the
News b u 1 1 d i n g. The obituary,
dated Feb. 23, 1955,, Was in a
'T uMift thin mv Awn nhihiarv.
because I know more about the
nhiAit tfian invhAHv anH VA
rather have it honest than flow
ery, tne obituary said. 1 m not
entitled to much praise. I was just
a' fairly honest, well-meanins sort
I.lmniu Mitlined hit 33-vear ca
reer with the News as reporter,
copy eoitor, mgni cuy eoor, wa wa-ture
ture wa-ture writer, military correspon correspondent
dent correspondent and organizer of the news news-luiiwr'i
luiiwr'i news-luiiwr'i ITnitH Natlnna bureau.
He was also a Nieman Fellow at
Harvard university ana tne au
thor of several books including a
biography of Mayor Fiorello H.
. ."I wrote half a dozen pretty
fair hnnlra anri nnn ffnnrt nn. ex
posing pacifism, for which I never
found a publisher," ne commentea
"f mil marripH twice. Mv first
wife was Ann Aitkin. It was no
fault of hers that our marriage
collapsed. I am survivea Dy my
second wife, the former Frances
Holmes, of Mamaroneck, and one
mall rerihaaHed beautiful daUCh-
ter wlo was tne appie ot ner
daddy's eye.-Her name is iurei.-;
English and American Fabric
"J" Street No. 7-92
For Mrs. Campbell
Funeral Services will be held
tomorrow morning for Mrs. Lets
Campbell, a 68-year-old Jamaican
resident of Panama City who died
in Gorgas Hospital yesterday.
Tke services will be conducted
at 9:30 a.m. in the Corozal Chapel
followed by burial in the Corozal
Mrs. Campbell,- a member of
the Bible Truth Society, is surviv survived
ed survived by her children Gladstone, By Byron;
ron; Byron; Audrey and Mrs. Lola Cob Cob-ham,
ham, Cob-ham, and four grandchildren.
Says Dulles Being
Pushed To Resign
I AtmAl, M SVtnV T 1
Itaavftrhrnnk'a Sundav Exoreia re
ported .today that some U.S. Re
publican leaders are pressing tor
the retirement of Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles.
The newspaper carried the re report
port report from its Washington corres
pondent, reter uacre, unaer tne
front-page banner headline: "Dul
les To f Quit.
"All Washington is now specu speculating
lating speculating whether Dulles, back from
the NATO talks, will soon retire.'
The Washington dispatch said
tha "reiectinn" nf Dullea' noliciex
by the European nations was re regarded
garded regarded s the bifcgest setback of
It claimed that Republican lead
ers, including mom as uewey,
were pressing President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to encourage Dulles to go be because
cause because he was a "liability the ad administration
ministration administration no longer could af afford."
ford." afford." nir anaiMilateri. however, that
it was unlikely that Eisenhower
would ask Dulles to quit,
selected by the
selected by the
selected by the
No. 11-60 T'iyoI'i Ave.
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EVERY BUY WILL BE WRAPPED WITH PRESENT PAPER
7if - w---
Jusi Tonile and
Tomorrow 1o Complete
your Christmas Shopping!
f OPEN fONITE
i UNTIL 9:00 P.M.VX
i f.ii :
& i Mml
ihPfl lift i:
H Foldina Round
Bridge Tables & Chairs
$ Aluminum Chairs
Patio and Garden
9 Igloo Cooler Chests
AND REMEMBER NO DOWN
Mr. COMFT 4th of July Are. A H. St.
AMPLE PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE
W know xactly what men like in aport
hirt. .. and thafa the. kind we hava... K;
in a selection so wide that you can gw jff
your choice to your particular man's fet
taita... and win
The Store With The Tempting
a v a wua ui r w v "J
Practical (jift terii
Sfurnlturt and Kom dTumisfung
his warm annrovul. iV
... r r . ..
131 Central Ave.
O Table W
O Room DividenW
Classic, Figurine, etc. j
Cannon Towel Pressure Cookers i K
Gift Sets Kitchen Tools j)
Bath Room Cooking Utensils.
Accessories Fine China
Stainless and Crystal
Tableware Cake Sets
Gift boxed Dessert Sets
from Solingt Sterling Silver? W
Throw Rugs & 14 Kt. Gold$
Bath. Mat Sets Covered
TDK FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAJLI NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, DECEMBER XV15T
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UNION CLUB SITE FOR MANY GALA PARTIES
SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT AND CHRISTMA8 EVE
A spate of gala parties will take place at Panama's
Union Club this evening and Christmas Eve. Minister of
Arriculture, Commerce and Industry Victor Navas will be
host tonight at a cocktail buffet starting at five o'clock.
Beginning at 7 p.m. tomorrow, the directors of the club
will give a children's party, followed by a teenage ball last lasting'
ing' lasting' from 8 p.m. until midnight.
Capt. And Mrs. Bavorstock
Vacation In The Bahamas
A facial mask may be a coat of
vanishing cream for a minute or
a 30-minute round with buttermilk
oatmeal or egg. But whatever the
mixture, a mask will leave your
complexion with more color from
improved circulation. Your skin
also should be softer and smooth
er. A person with dry skin may
wish to try a mask made for dry
Although your hair may
Cant, and Mrs. Clinton Baver- 7J '.CT;. j" nu
Military Mitiion Chief
T Host Christmas
Supper Party Tomorrow
The-Venezuelan Military Mission
Chief: Lt. Col. Perfecto Cabrice
Beltrin, and Mrs. Beltran will en entertain
tertain entertain tomorrow evening at a
sapper party to be held at their
residence In Panama for a group
of their friends.
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Si HAPPY NEW YEAR S
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Mir. And Mrs. David Markun
Entertain For Nevilles
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Markun
entertained at their Balboa Heights
hnm last nieht in honor of Mr
and Mrs. Sydney Nevil'e, of Calif
ornia who are visiting nere.
Mr. and .Mrs. Neville, former
Canal Zone residents, are the
house guests of their son-in law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John
C. Fawcett oi tnaDio neignis.
red MG to distribute presents
J6r ar oor "W ""XT
Herrick Road Residents
HnlH Christmas Party
The residents of Herrick Road
in Ancon cave a Christmas com
munity nartv yesterday evening,
held on the grounds of the quar
ters of Dr. and Mrs. irank f
Smith. Santa Claus arrived in a
I the children.
Give a BOOK for CHRISTMAS
i. COME TO
4th of July and "J" St
SPECIAL SALE OF SAMPLES AND
We are offering at tremendous discounts a small
quantity of GILBERT "AMERICAN FLYER" trains
'; and accessories. Erector Sets, Chemistry Sets,
Puzzles. Tool Chests, etc.
; ALL ARE GUARANTEED just the boxes are
' Shopworn the Contents are Perfect
CANAL AGENCIES, S. A.
CATHEDRAL PLAZA PHONE 2-0324
iTmn. .r. XnHin Vh. toP down, this does little for its
S& B,ilb0KJ S&?net:b"th. Brush .up on the top and
uuuu.fi ""U, back hair, and out on tne awes,
home on Elbow Cay, Hopetown,
unusn Panamas, iney expect w, DuIlf mtu hlir may rMult
return in February. from poor shampooing and gen-
r- c tu cr1 h,ir cre- Usually, though, it
P!" v 1 a sign of not enough of the rights
Visits Panam.1 . f,yu .nd tnn littln uleeD.
Miss Diane Savitt of Miami,,
Florida, has arrived on the Istn
mus to spend the holidays as a
guest of Miss Sheila Faroman oi
Panama. She is staying at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Farb-
man during her visit here.
A small, soft brush, perhaps like
Baby has, is an aid in your make
up kit. Use it to Drusn powaer ana
make-up away from the hairline
once your facial routine is complete.
Hald At USO-JWB
A party celebrating Chanukkah
the festival of the lights was
held last night at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on
La Boca Road.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin explained
the meaning of the holiday to the
children at tne party wmcn in
eluded the lighting of the Chi
I Using a little lemon juice or
will do away witn stams or tus tus-colorations.
colorations. tus-colorations. Probably the most lo logical
gical logical time to do this is when wash
ing your nanus wine gwus iu
Women who wear glasses may
want to try a hand at eye shad shadow
ow shadow for evening wear. If applied
correctly, eye shadow will bring
nukkah candles, a short musical w the color of the eyes more
program and refreshments. And instead of making the eyes
look hard, the effect is one of
softness, behind the glasses.
The George McKibbons
ViiHina In Curnndu
Mr. and Mrs. george McKib-
bon and family, well known for
mer residents of Panama, have
arrived here from Honduras for
a visit with Mr. McKibbon's
mother-in-law in Curundu.
Lt.. Mrs. Rimminaton
Arrive Far Holiday
Lt. John. B. Rimmington, oi tne
U.S. Marine Corps, and- Mrs.
Rimmington arrived on the Isth
mus Saturday to spend tne cnrist-
mas holidays with it. mmming-
ton's parents, Mr: and Mrs. A. t.
B. Rimmington of El cangrejo.
Charge A' Affaires
Returns Prom Peru
Dr. Jose Alvarado Sanchez,
Charge d'Affaires of Peru, return
ed to Panama recently auer a
short'trip to Lima.
Richard Grassao Here
Visiting With Parents
Richard Grassau, son or ain
and Mrs. Ralph Grassau of Bal
boa, arrived by planed Saturday
from South Bend, Indiana, to
spend the holidays with his par-
ents. Mr. Grassau is a freshman
at Notre Dame University.
Mr. and Mrs. Stelner
Have House Guest
Miss Mitzi Siegel arrived on
the Isthmus recently from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C., for a three-week vis visit
it visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Steiner of Balboa.
Here For Holiday
Miss Eugenia Isabel Cattaruzzo,
who attends school in Canada, is
here to spend a vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Cat Cattaruzzo
taruzzo Cattaruzzo of Panama.
Juanlta N. Jones
Arrives For Visit
Miss Juanita N. Jones arrived
today from Duke University in
Durham, N.C., where she is a
junior, -to spend the Christmas
holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Russell J. Jones of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. (Continued on Page i
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i ... i i i n I,- i..i.MiiwyiasiiMmBsLiLtGOWieiineaWaisp)wiietiiiiirir':rii'n iiniiiiiinnnniiiiiitnrTTninW1
trackward are Aidita Paredes, Anabella del
To Ibid Jcricc
THE THREE LOVELY LADIES gazing happily
Pilar Vallarino and Mona Lisa Vallarino.
. and a
r, m g
. everyone ;
With the approach of Christmas, our thoughts
revert gratefully to those whose good will and
confidence we have learned to treasure through throughout
out throughout the years. It is to these old friends and our
many new ones that we wish to extend our warm warmest
est warmest wishes for a cheerful and joyous Christmas!
DiSTILADORA NACIONAL, S. A.
(THE W03IACK AMERICAN WHISKEY CO.)
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THIS PJLEASED QUARTET Is made up of Manolo Vergara, Joanne Greene, Isabel R. de Ale Ale-man,
man, Ale-man, Tania Zubieta and Robert Greene, i w
All 'arrangements are eomplet-IS
ed for -a Watch. Night service to
be sponsored by the Cassiopeia
Lodge wo. Z88B, Loyal order of An-
cient Shepherds, tomorrow at the
Court Brock TiOdge HaU. ,1
This was made 'possible through )
the cooperation of the Unity Lodger
ao. a, a, v, j. ra., wnicn is in pos
session of the use of the hail otf V
that night and has. granted the
same to the Cassiopeia Lodge on
The program will commence at
10 p.m. and win consist of recita
tions by juveniles, vocal and mu
sical renditions and' singing s oi
Christmas carols by the choir of?
the Bethany Baptist Church ot
Rainbow City,' headed by Mrs.
nid Moodey. s
The sermon "Unto us a Child tiZ
born" will be deuveredi by:
Rev. D. A. Morgan J.- P.., pasti
of the same church, which will he-
followed with a dramatic tastray
al of the birth of Christ. 1
make foauB :
A charming woman never makes'
the mistake of disagreeing when
someone is praising another worn
an's looks. ,T
i ne minur one woman Begin t
low-rate another, her eharirn
gin to drop to a near sere rating.
Killed In Auto
Wreck In Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 23 (UP)
Ray Sprigle, who won a Pulitzer 7,
Prize in 1938 for: exposing"' then
U. S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo,,,
Black as a member of the Ku j
Klux Klan, died today from in
juries suffered in a traffic accK A
dent. r 't'
Spnale., 71, followed un his Ful
ltzer, success 10 years 1 t e H.'Ji
darkening- hi features, with dye,
and posing .as a-. Negro to gain.
first-hand information for a series;,
of articles entitled VI Was a Negro,
in The South For 30 Days." The-
series won him and his paper, tne
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, national.
Always keen on pretense, and S
distniise. h once nosed as a butch. 2
vp tn haln rrrk a black market
meat racket here during World
YOUTH STANDS UP to be counted among the spectators at the racetrack. He Is William ;
Adams who went alona for the fun with Doha Id Adams,' Cecilia Adams, Maude : Adams and
Mrs. Mary Hazzard.
Sprigle died in Allegheny Gen-
1 TT "i A A. J ft11.A
erai jnospuai ai a.m. mi m
hospital attributed death to a cer-
ebral hemorrhage after first re S
porting he suffered only a minor
hand cut in the accident 3
However, a post mortem per m
formed by the coroner's office re Q
vealed death was due to a head
injury and crushed chest.
City police sam ne'suaerea me H
iniuries last nignt wnea a taxi d
kab in-which he was a bassenger j
was rammed broadside by an au- a
tomobile that ran a stop sign in i
the city's downtoyn secuon. s.
Earlier yesterday. Sprigle aad
cone to New Castle, Pa., about
60 mile north of here,: to cover
trial involving' conspiracy
charges against the district attor attorney
ney attorney in Lawrence County. He was
returning home, at the time of the
Always a colorful character.
Sprigle s trademarks were his
wide-brimmed bat and corn cob
pipe. He wined the Pittsburgh
newspaper fraternity in 1911 as
a reporter for the old Pittsburgh Z
Post, now the Post-Gazette. In the
1920's, he served as city editor, g
He also worked for newspapers
in Columbus and Akron, Ohio, St.
Louis,-Little Rock, Ark., Lansing,
Mich., and Memphis, Tenn.
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NAKED AND THE 'DEAD team- member John Rlenler takes time from. RKO film busi business
ness business to have look ft Panama's ponies. The smilinf lady it raith Foster,
Now . fAe gnateit nam im
' j deodorant bringt yon
. Slkk DeodorUBf
S mvt aaiealL Tfea
. fciady nrirtl ease givea ye
. eaore deedoraat far your mooey
'...it' easy to bm ep U the
, very end. Witk est quick atrok
ODO-RO-NO wipe away
pleasant odor end ebeck perapt
raboti aO day! Try ODO-RO-NO
in the lymat new swivel east
. aa kastdy as yow hpstkk.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 23.1357
THE fANAMA AMKR1CAN. w AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER'
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COME ALL YE FAITHFUL --i Pupils or the third and fourth grades of Ancon Elementary School raise their Toites foy foy-ous
ous foy-ous carolling at the annual Christmas concert given in -the sc hool grounds last weejts (Photo: Jean' f alley)
V(hen Is Failure A Success?
.'GREAT ttECK, tf.Y.1 via! 2J-t-'
(UP) spientisus recently deljb deljb-'
' deljb-' erately bley a long-range missile
to bits in the final phase of a
flight from Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
in a test to determine the accu
racy, ;0f an electronic guidance
" ystemr it was Qisciosea today.
..The Snerrv Ovrosnorifi Co. in
fiicated in its disclosure that at
least, some tests that have been
labeled failures because of mis missile
sile missile -explosions an -f Ught actually
were' sucCessesi aS fan as sclen-r
tlsts were- concerned.
'Destructive'" tests are necessa necessary
ry necessary to reveal weaknesses!" said
Dr. Vincent E.Learned, a Spefry
research and development direc--tor.
.," .-, ':
"Missiles can't be developed
' without hem'."-
The. company did not disclose
4 the name of the'mlssile it cited,
' but 1t said at'was a ldftg-Tange
rocket, "thuk' Indicating it m2y
have been one of 'the two Atlas
' Intercontinental ballistic missiles
, th at. weref exploded In flight. ..
Hi' .the instance- mentioned,
Sperry said, an electronic oscil1 oscil1-lator,
lator, oscil1-lator, known as a Klystron, os oscillator,
cillator, oscillator, fell a mile and a half
into the sea and was dredged
from the bottom for careful ex examination,
amination, examination, ; 1
The oscillator, was developed
for, a critical guidance and data
system produced for several mis missiles.
siles. missiles. -iy:. ',' ;k
. It was; returneu to Sperry's
electronic laboratories- for study
by shock and vibration experts.
.' Sperry. said its scientists deter determined
mined determined that the gadget had with-
stood, shocks greater than that
of 100, times gravity when the
mlwile blew apart..1 t
It smacke,d against the ocean's
surface at a 'speed of several
hundred miles an hour, the firm
s "At that speed, water acts Tike
a solid wall of concrete Learned
said, j t V i,
The- scientists based their -cal
culations,, he said, on a slight de deformation
formation deformation In the Klvstron. unit's
heavy -cooling fins.
PAPERS FOR CHRISTMAS
NEW YORK (UP) Howard
Pitsch asked tday.that som'c be-
nevolent feanta Claus Cive Hub the
fruits of almost a year's work for
Christmas. He said that .was the
amnnnt ni timo. h nnf intn r-
searcn notes and part, of a thesis
on the late Fiorello Laguardia
while working for his master's de
gree at New York v.Universlty. He
le't the papers in a taxi and has
been unable to trace them.
V ,;'' J.I
"Like the detective reading one foot thick.
clues, he said, "we measure
scratches and dents of severely
tested components to find out
how mucn punishment each can
stand before failing.. This indi
cates how well a. component can
be relied upon a tthe critical mo moment
ment moment of Its mission"
The oscillator proved to be
precise within .01 per cent of Its
"1 d a'l" j operating frequency,
Scientist said that valuable
technical information yielded by
a single long-range missile test
flight could fill a book at least
Of Ex-Kind Farouk
Auctioned In Cairo
CAIRO, Dec, 23 (UP) Auction
eers today tarted selling personal
ueiongwgs or ex-King Farouk
ranging from a tapeslxy of frolick frolicking
ing frolicking nudes to barstools built to the
portly royal ineasure.
A throng of prospective buyers
and curious onlookers filled the
Queen's quarters of the one-time
royal palace at the start of th
four-day sale held under auspice
of the government which ousted
the King in 1952.
Sales were exnected to riih
$36,000. Other auctions in Alexin
drla, Zamalek and Cairo have net
ted the government f 250,000;
The bar stools wert a sneciat
attraction large and oft al I
madn tit the royal Proportion i.
A huge wall tspestrr e aunt and"
dancino nudes was reputed, to be
Farouk's favorite.' Itent quickly
for $1,000. ...
WHAT BETTER OR MORE PRACTICAL
v GIFT THAN FURNITURE!
For Oil In Sahara Desert
LONDON. Dec. 23 U(BIS)-1
Throughout all but the hottest
months wnen tne temperature
leaps to 120 degrees, Fahrenheit
In the shade If it is possible to
find any snaae engineer? and
scientists from many, countries,
including Britain, are searching
the depths of the Sahara Desert
for the oil wealth that could
bring prosperity and progress to
a large section of North Africa
as It Is doing to Middle East
countries v-whlch employ wisely
their revenue from the "llouid
sometimes they travel by air.
sometimes by camel or on foot,
but v the-; greatei? part of the
movement by exploration teams
is carried out in the toueh. a-
daptable Land Rovers, which
now go out from the United
Kingdom to every corner of the
globe where there is need for a
venicie tnat will f go anywhere
and serve as a mobile power
plant when it arrives.:,;
Since;. 1953. one of the. compa companies
nies companies engaged in the search, the
Comnaenie des Petroles d'Alee-
rie (CPA), has spent 'some $39, $39,-000,000
000,000 $39,-000,000 in what the Arabs, call
the "desert within a; desert." This
is the vast area of shifting' sand
dunes divided by the rock-strewn
Foiiowmir the initial aerial sur
vey, the j geological parties px px-plored
plored px-plored the terrain collecting sur surface
face surface data. Two tvDes of eeoDhv-
slcal survey are now In hand;
survey teams mav oomorlse un
iu wi tecnnoiogists, plus assist assistants,
ants, assistants, mechanics and drivers, and
up to 100 local laborers. They
uavei Dy air, i,ana Rover, camel
or on foot. For the most part,
they must live in tents which are
movea irom site to site as neces
sary, together with all the scien.
Ufic equipment, supplies and the
very large quantities of water
which are essential to life in that
in tne wake of the survey par
ties come tne exnioration drill
ing crews, who have already
suhk z'fi weua witn no more suc success
cess success than a few traces of dry gas
in one Or two of the nermlt areas
ine anning crews, lead a more
settled life than the survey par
ties ana are provided witn air,
conditioned living accommode
Hon and properly established
kitchens and messes. Thev work.
however,, all round the year, do-,
ing their eight-hour shift on the
rig, even In the full heat of sum-
The administrative difficulties
of mounting an operation em
ploying many huhcredS of men
in this empty quarter where no
civilized amenities previously ex existed,
isted, existed, are tremendous: 1100 miles
of new roads and tracks have
had to be constructed to move
the heavy drilling equipment
from site to site, and existing
roads have had to be repaired.
No fewer than 28 airstrips have
been created at the well sites
and at the main administrative
centers so that equipment and
supplies can be flown in regu regularly.
larly. regularly. As suftace water does not
exist in the oasis, and, as a drill drilling
ing drilling rig may well t se some 17.500
gallons a day, the early geologi geological
cal geological wells have had to be convert converted
ed converted into water wells or new water
wells sunk, and tank lorries pro provide
vide provide a regular supply of the drill drilling
ing drilling sites.
NEED FOR CAREFUL
Those regular trips and the
less predictable wanderings of
the exploration parties in their
Land Rovers cannot -take place
without careful plannlne and su supervision,
pervision, supervision, as serious break-down
In the desert wastes might oth otherwise
erwise otherwise mean rapid starvation
and death by thirst. AlHourneys
are routed and scheduled, and
every party is In short-wave ra radio
dio radio communication with head headquarters.
To the Northeast, French in-
The Canal Zone Boy Scout office
in Balboa will join the government'
and military agencies in the Ion
in closing at nom on Christmas and '
New Year s Eve. v.
The regular schedule of the of
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te rests have made a promising
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Edjole and Tlguentourlne. Mean.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER tS, 1S51
a( and Otfi
Balkea Hloh Schol
Preves Calt Event
' The Balboa High School Christ Christ-Mis
Mis Christ-Mis "Formal," sponsored by the
junior c'vs, took place Friday
evening m the Ft. Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess. Theme of the
evening was starlight and en entrance
trance entrance to the room was over a
taridee from which the dancers
stepped o f into a star studded
sky. Music for dancing was fur furnished
nished furnished by the Empires.
Members of the faculty who
acted as patrons and patronesses,
rvere Mr. and Mrs.
lots, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
en, Mr. and Mrs.
liVIiss Eloise Monroe.
Betty Joyce Boatwrlqht
Honors Girls' Auxiliary
"Since our baby was born," showed themselves shocked, out
writes Mrs. P.. "our little girl has need or hurt when we exploded
Theodore t.eveloped temper tantrums. Her tjme childish rage at them,
old Zier-tursery school psychologist thinks By their recoil from it. they
Walter Mi-1 icy are caused oy jealousy, uui uid ut that anger was a most as
and tilling her I love her as much as tjunding-thing. Until we .correct
tie baby isn't working. Could there tils false impressin, we are un-o
1 a another cause of these tant-sble ttii treat anger in our own
tuns? cuid as the old acquaintance H
I don t know why this little girl s.iouldi be. ve will ream as scar
The June Young Girls' Auxilla- rets angry. I'm not interested in el of it as the toddler is of the
rv of the First Baptist, Church in Liowina. i vacuum, cleaner.
Balboa Heights was entertained i .But I am awfully interested in I We don't solve our problem by
by Betty Joyce Boatwjrlght at her knowing why ner anger so .upsets seeking the "cause of tne young
hnmi in 1'ja Hint. FriHnv v m. Iu,r mnther Tt'a nritttv enmmon. aler'a tantrum
Miss Laroi tumpii, cnosen as ru,g. ; Di,ce emotion. Why does Mrs.
queen to reign over the affair, i p, tind jt so peculis in her child?
was crowned by the junior class A large Merry Christmas cake, adults are not supposed to re re-president,
president, re-president, John Morris. Miss ('ecorated in gold, green and 8?0nd to anger the way toddlers
Dtrapfl was also chairman of the vhite, the Girls' Auxiliary colors, r oond to the sudden noise of a
dance committee. Escorting the and punch were served. The vacuum cleaner. Her mother lacks the time and
Queen was warren floyeue. mem-guests played games ana sangj jt should not be filled with my- training to match the right 'cause'
Dfrs oi ner cuuri aim men cs-icaruis w me attumpaiunieiii tu e'ery tntj threat tor OS. We tO every explosion.
cut u were onaruu ievuic auu lie uianu auu uuici musical m- snOUldn t nave to run to Some
Mrs. P.'s little girl will feel an
ger at her mother for a thousand
reasons in the course of their lives
Pete Corrigan; Manuela Moses siruments,
and John Snodgrass; Ronnie Dah Dah-loft
loft Dah-loft and Joseph Reynolds and Ann
Haskell and William Kirkland
The Queen's gown was of white
and two of the members of her
court wore red, and two, blue
gowns. During the coronation a
play was presented for the
Queen's pleasure in which Miss
Karen Magnuson, talented young
ballet dancer, performed. 1
The Girls' Counsellor, "Mrs. Clay
Randel, was a guest. Members of
tie group and their guests were
Joyce Whaler, Sherry Fouth, Ka Ka-tiy
tiy Ka-tiy Kashcher, Martha Hollings Hollings-worth,
worth, Hollings-worth, Florence Ann Birbou r,
firnlvn rtftvi fiallv Randal TIaa
Able and J-Ella Jenkins. Also
psychologist, over a child's- tant
rums like the toddler flies to Mom
my for safety from the vacuum
A child's rage should be a fami
liar, ordinary thing to us, not the
Dave Jenkins. Dickey and Billv i" J41-
Why is it the awsome unknown
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Open Tomorrow Tues. Dec. 24th
from 8:30 lo 9:00 p.m. and
during noon hours
No. 2J-06 Central Ave.
No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave.
Keigley, Don Barger, Danny A-
ble. Bobby Boatwnght and Don
Atlantic Sid Visiters
Arrive For Festivities
Mr. James Ramsey, a student
at Case Institute of Technology in
Cleveland, Ohio,, and his brother,
Mr. Dan Bamsey of Stewart Air
Force Base in Nashville. Tennes
see, arrived by plane on Satur
day evening to spend the holidays
witn tneir parents, nir. ana Mrs
If she wants the practical an
swer, she'll forget all about the
"why" of these tantrums and
concentrate on the "why"' of her
own troubled response to them.
she'll start asking herself, 'Why
does human rage strike me as
so astonishing? In what Never-
Never Land do I live that I can't
recognize this child's rage as the
same thing that .often makes me
want to yell and strike and kick?'
Even the toddler gets cozy with
the vacuum cleaner after he s in
vestigated its operations.
' ,. 5
TOKYO. Dec. 23 (UP)-Commu-
nist China said today its coastal
anti-aircraft guns chased off four
nationalist iet fiehters trying to
Erwin F. Ramsey of Margarita, strafe a British ship off the maln-
The gift of beauty at Christmas Is one that every woman
welcomes. This trio of eau de toilette hand lotion and
round cake of soap Is budget-priced. 7 w
They will also be here for the
wedding of their sister Miss Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Ramsey to Mr. Rollin W.
Waite of Cleveland which will
take place on Saturday, Dee. 28
at the Holy Family Church in
Margarita. The Ramsey brothers
will return to the States on Jan.
Lt. Robb Stewart, USMC AITH
Mrs. Stewart and two children
arived yesterday by plane from
Miami. Florida to spend the holi
days with Mrs. Stewart's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. ferry francey oi
Mr. and4Mrs. Thomas Eno of
Tampa, Florida are visiting with
his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Hsrry
nooi colon, during tne cnrist cnrist-mis
mis cnrist-mis holidays.
land. It said one of. the planes
The official New China news
agency said in a broadcast that
four F84 Nationalist air force lets
swooped down on the British Ves
sel as it approached the Min River
estuary. The agency said tne
planes apparently were based on
The ship was not Identified snd
the broadcast did not say whether
the plane allegedly hit managed
to escape. ,:.' r-'
The broadcast said" the ship sail sailed
ed sailed safely into the river.
Nationalist China maintains an
air and sea blockade of the Chins
coast. Britain has recognized Red
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She would orobablv rather have
Ki't of beauty than anvthihe
e se you mignt thins: up. And ev
An If unn'ro cnAnrlinrr nin mnnav
you can find packaged .gifts of
beauty for Christmas eivine that
iook as u they re in- the luxury
They'll create a feeline of
luxury, too. She'll feel pampered
if you. give her a set that contains
eau de toilette, hand lotion and a
round cake of mermaid bath soap.
And your Christmas budget won't
even be dented.
For a stocking gtuffer, you
might .give her -a doll sized red
velvet stocking that encloses a
dram o? perlume,. Or put a set
which includes a box of dusting
powaer witn scent matcned co
logne under her tree.
A pair of twin bottles in flame
shape ho' d eau de toilette and
hand lotion. They would nretty un
her dressing table for very little
A brocade-covered kit' contain.
ing cleanser, skis lotion, hand lo.
tion, lipstick and flowing cream
will cost you a bit 'more but it's
wortn every penny.
Thrilled By PI
WINDSOR. Enaland.'nec. 2S
(UP) Princess Margaret joined
the royaUamily today for a train
trip to Sandrinaham for the
annual Christmas catherina. All
reporU Of a rift between the
royai sisters were, spiked by the
trip ana weir inenoiineii at a
party for the Windsor Castle staff
Princess Anne. Prince rhrU
and Queen Mother1 Elizabeth also
Request To 'Adopt'
l!el$ 25C3 Replies
fit TTMWAATi ; Taw : 1 Ti
(UP) A letter today brought the
spirit of enrsumas to a chud in
a mental y retarded school and a
Officials of, the institution f had
urged Iowans to"!"adopt" some 800
rorgotten" patients at the school.
The response was tremendous.
some 2,500v letters and Christmas
packages,, among them a letter
irom a woman to a little girl,
The letter said:
"live nicest thins it
happened to me this
gives your shoes the
TROPICAL RADIO TELEGRAPH COMPANY
In the world
I. morninir' I
got word I am going to be your
Aunt Edna. Won't that be fun. Vim
see, noney, rn alone In the world
without any relatives .and I wrote
ana wanted them to find me
lltue girl Who WOU'd like in oat
some man every twice in a while,
am very busy this morning.
You see I work .in a radio sta station.
tion. station. But I could nnt waif t tall
you hello and find this little card
and paper doll for you. I under understand,
stand, understand, you love dolls, so you see
oomecmng in common. I
"When I was a Kttle girl about
jwur age, i naa a ao.i named
MaDie i ranees, and a pony named
Black Beautv. I think It ia r. t,iM
if I found you just before Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. For now I, won't havJ ,to
envy other people when I start
out to shop for little girls, You
a lime vuc now uiinK, aoout
aviA 4 a T 1 f 1 ...
iiu m luve.- x wm oe writing you
real soon again. In the meantime,
be a good little eirl and ha vi.H
you have me, for -I am glad o
have you." 1
Lumbago Sends Tito
To Adriatic Island;;
Trouble Is Painful i
BELGRADE. Dec. 2S w tIP
President Tito wili SDend the rt
01 me winter at nis Adriatic island
retreat undergoing a cure for lunv
Dago, it was learned, today.
Sources said the indeneitdent
Communist leader would, remain
at the island of Brionl at least
until spring and will restrict his
.social duties to 'receiving auesta
and new diplomats. ? r.
The sources 1 said' hi rtmermx
thus far. hasf been satisfactory. A
teanl of physicians has, been treat-
KIWI protects your shoes
I makes them last longer
made the trlp to the royal prlVa
residence' a Norfolk, where the :
Queen, will make her first Christ Christ-mas
mas Christ-mas Day television broscast. -"
Before leaving Windsor fh
Queen personally distributed soma
Christmas gifts to the staff, "n
Observers said both-the Queen
uw wuiuobi. wvib in areas
form-" at the household party 'last
They said the sisters tat Wxrk.
er and laughd. cheered and-e
changed joket throughout the v.
ning. v -fy ; 5''"
They said the Buckincham- Pa.
lace announcenent yesterday that
Margaret would visit Canada
the centenary celebrations of Brit-
"thrlUed" the Princess.
Renorta of a nnnihi. rift JAA.
the ueen,: spread across Britain
during. the p. few weeka.aftpr
Margaret missed mrt rnr.th.
staff at; Buckingham. Place-i4
the) wedding of a royal relaUv.a -However,
,t palace ; Sources wt wt-plained
plained wt-plained that ti-, Prin ki.j
the, royal engagements because 0
previous; plans, .-v 1 ?
ine wggest laugh at last nlght'g
;arty ame when ventriloquist
eter Broueh nmHn.4
dressed as student ate C h a tm,
Charies00 ,ttended by p I if
The. dummy began to weep
saying. "I'm sorrv mv emf :
report was such a shocker, 'but
I did jolly well at sports,, didn't
Bandleader. Billy Cotton starred
scramble bv throwin rfti
snowballs at the tov.i
fronithe stage. r''V T?Zrj
. Margaret thre one back and
"!.' lh? QUMn Joined the fun.
Elizabeth hit bandleader;Cottos
in the eve with one anil imu.
giied .between tears c laugW'p.
After the entertainment; "the i
Queen and Martrarets uai.
the senior members of the stsic
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mV archib ea imo cba and dynohub 17
ing hint for the 'painful -ailment
First word that Tito wait ut.
fering from lumbago came shortly
belore thfe .' Bolshe vikv'a nni versa r v
ceremonies in Moscow last month.
ine ueigraoe government an
nounced that Tito had suffered an
attack of acute lumbago and was
forced to cancel dans to attend
tne festivities in the Soviet cap capital.
ital. capital. -M;
At the time, it was widely be
lieved his illness was "diDlomat.
ic" and that he used it as an
excuse; to avoid a meeting with
But sources said today there
was no doubt of i-Tito's Ulness.
They said he has been; in consid
erable pam for weeks
Trumans To Spend
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by.the Canal Zona library.
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INDEPENDENCE, VMo.( Dee. 23
(UP) Former President and Mrs.
Harry S. Truman left: Independ Independence
ence Independence by train today for New York
City to spend their first Christmas
with, their only irandchild. Cllftnn
Truman DanieL son of. Mr. and
vu.iuu Aaiiici. -'
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1957, the ; prelab
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'" WASHINGTON. Dec. 23. (UP)
nn and original designs for
pre-fabricated houses are n. the
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Iab pre-Iab Offerings is included in the
December, issue of "Bouse and
Mnm" mamzlne. '. 1
"Topping th'e Jlst ef newcom-
im are pllt levels,- tne maga magazine
zine magazine reports in its annual .prefab
rgdillon. Whereas twq years ago
tmly a few manufacturers offer offered
ed offered split-level prefabs, In 1958
' "they will be available: from more
thaW a third of the industry.;
""Also on tap for the coming'
yfiat are more two-story designs,
istory and a half models, L L-shaped
shaped L-shaped and T-shaped houses and
more, deslens for hillside sites,
Frank tioyd Wright and other
weUknown architects nave oeen
commissioned to design themr
. But modernistic designs for
orefabs are ; not shutting out
traditional styling, the magazine
-It reports that the prefab mak
ers Xouna tramuonai moo.es naa
wide appeal in 1957 'and that
more than tialf the manufactur
ers Jiave added .tnem in tneir
lines." .' :y,''.!
The magazine said that a sur
vey it conducted among 100 pre-'
fab makers indicated that they
fared relatively better this year
than the home buiiamg inuusiry
It. said that rirefab production
for the year -will total 62,700
units a drop of 10 per cent from
1956 romparea to a siump oi io
fCdst of Living Hits New Peak
Spurred By Higher Car': Prices
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23, (UP)
The cost of living rose to anotner
newr record peak last month, spur-
Ted by higher price tags on new
ifl58 automobiles: clothing and
hospital Care, the government an
nounced today, ,
The Bureau of labor Statistics
said its ponsumer price index in
mid-November stood at 121.6 per
eest ; of 1947-49 a vera ge prices-rider
tenth of 1 per cent higher
than in October,
3Ihe price rise cut the purchasing
power of -millions of Americans
and brought automatic pay raises
to one million workers whose sal salaries'
aries' salaries' are geared to the government
e tost of living now. has -t set
records in 14 out. of the past
onthj, iThe'only- exception was
ber when prices remained
Steady sthe September level.
5 m Ewm Clagua, commissioner of
Bureau of Labor Statistics,
itedicrad, howwvar; j that; prices
jjoold remain; steady again this
(moflth pd thew drop in January,
'Electing the cutback tn busi business
ness business activity.' i
(iising prices have cut about five
cents out Of the purchasing power
f h'er jfioUaf since' March,. 1956.
before Then,1 prie'es'.'pa.d teinainea
? afcout fevel for two years ,
T,he ef Jump means a five-cent
hourjy pay increase for about 780,-
iipOj,typrkers in the steel, and alum alum-JWh
JWh alum-JWh lndurte..t ,v h , ,
Four-cent raises will go to about
120.000 workers in the meat pack-
in industry. About 100,000 aircraft
and other workers will receive one-cent-an-hour
The Labor Department said in
another report that the purchasing
power of the average factory work worker's
er's worker's take-home pay fell seven seven-tenths
tenths seven-tenths of 1 per cent last month be
cause of the new boost in the cost
Shorter work weaks .chopped
anothtr 20 cents wtak out of
the takehome pay of 13 million
manufacturing workers, with the
I result that their effective pur
chasing power was 3.3 per cent
below November, 1756.
The department said a factory
worker with three dependents took
home $74.91 a week last month and
worked 39.2 hours a week.
Food prices fell three-tenths of 1
per cent in November, with the
heaviest cuts in prices of bacon,
pork chops and frankfurters. There
were lesser drops in prices for
other meats, poultry,, fish, fresh
fruits and eggs. Overall food pric
es. however, were 2.7 per cent
higher than a year a go c
The bureau attributed most
the Novemoert rise in-the'Jcost if
living to an 11 per cent increase in
the price of new 1958 model auto
mobiles. The cost of -other hard
goods, such as refrigerators, fell
one-fifth of 1. per cent
per cent in overall single family
WASHINGTON" 1 William R.
Ming Jr., national chairman ol
the- American veterans Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, offering a charter to a Negre
American Legion post in Jackson.
Miss which had its legion char-
ina tms aeveiopmeni. tne "uu' -
maraTln rennrt ,. i .mltrht 106 legion TCCOrQ OO CIVU
from government-backed mort- f ht U dismal.? Since iU Incep Incep-gages
gages Incep-gages to conventional financing t.on, it has been a wholly segre segre-and
and segre-and a related shift to ; larger, pt organization except m a te,
higher priced houses. :' related places, .v ;:y
Also contributing was a step-J .,
up ; in- .prefab -manUfacturere'V WASHINGTON-Democratlc Na Na-merchandising
merchandising Na-merchandising programs in rec t onal Chairman Paul M.. ; Butler
ognitlon of the fact that some 'predicting the Eisenhower adrnui adrnui-indlviduar
indlviduar adrnui-indlviduar dealers do .not have J Nation will neglect national wel wel-the
the wel-the manpower or money for such iJ.re Project" t0 oIvert und t0
efforts. - v missues:
t.rwe wiu una uie very people
who created our defense mess
lhg and staffing model
and direct advertising.
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six real estate firms to build six
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NEW YORK U.S. attorney
Paul Wi'liams announcing he will
sales centers, each of which will Jring Teamster Union boss James
display-model prefabs. I. Hoffa, 44, to trial again after
Tne magazine reports. the for-. ir,ai on c',a Ul t"u
lowing figures to illustrate the .'Py, nls own umon
wide variety, in size and price ades with telephone wire taps
of prefabs now on the market! eided m a hung jury.. y
42 models of less than ;: 900. A "" ""
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149 models between lioo ana :
1200 sauare feet. r .. n libertyvillis, iu. Joseph
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Among the features of prerabs tusanwAiiiB, i-ia. rrencn
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LIBERTYVILT.E. III., Dec. 23,
(UP) ;Joseph E. Young, 41, learn learned
ed learned today that he can stop living
"from paycheck to paycheck." His
aunt left him $1,300,000.
The giant Christmas present for
. oung, a proaucuon, engineer
1 me irom the state of an Sunt
..irs. Hernribtti Lea, Detroit. Mich,
who died Dec. 6 in a convalescent
. Younff and his wife. Catherline
who live in remodeled farm house,
learned of Mrs. Lea's will a year
ago. But. they didn't expect he
would be named sole heir.
"It was certainly a surprisi,"
Mrs. Young said. "It's just some something
thing something you would never in this
world exoect to happen to you.
She said that although they
"live from paycheck to paycheck"
Young receives from a Chicago
knitting firm, his windfall will not
change their lives.
They decided inmediately to set
uo a trust fund lor tneir inree
daughters, she said.
The couple had little inkling of
t ieir coming good fortune, she
said, because Mrs. Lea appeared
to have little Interest in thm.
Once. she refused to let them
enter her Detroit aparatment and
left a chain on the door while she
talked to them.
After her husband's death, the
aunt's health declined and she en entered
tered entered the home suffering from
malnutrition. She had been found
alone in the apartment with a
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1 1 HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-
j i woodites Ar- Talking About:
t The "expanding public impres-
I 4 sion" that all motion pictures
: I will oe shown on. TV in the near
I future, credited by surveys as
' J responsible for 22.3 per cent of
' 1 the drop in movie theater at-
' tendance. Exhibitors are urging a
' big Hollywood campaign to as-
! sure movie-goers that certain
' films will not be telecast fof ma-
; j ny years. .The life story of Lu-
' pe Velez, onetime- movie hot ta-
male, making the studio rounds.
She was tht girl in Gary Coo-
nr'i early rioiiywooa iiic
Ernie Kovac's wordage about a a-;
; a-; dult westerns:
'They're getting so adult the
Yood guy, instead of killing the
bad guy, tries to understand
v Earner Bros. Studio's announce-
' ment that it will soon double its
"'output of telefilms. The tvg mo-
",vi plant now produces two and
half hours of home screen en
tertainment every week. "Che
-...n. 'Maverick" and "Sugar
' foot" are current Warner shows-
i .l "Pnlt i now
A IOUI lll sci ica,
on the sound stages.,
' nam HOPE'S crack at. the
Make-Up Artists and Hair Styl
"ists fifth annual deb star ball:
Palance's make-up man
"has an easy job. He just runs a
'bulldozer over him and thats
v A movie trade paper report a-
bout the under-oath testimony of
Louis Manchon, former presi president
dent president of the New Frontier Hotel
- in Las Vegas, in bankruptcy
Vourt: He said he tore up a $7. $7.-'000
'000 $7.-'000 marker (gambling casino I.
4 O.U.) signed by Victor Borge
"because it was customary for a
'strip hotel to give thousands of
a dollars to stars like Borge, Margin-
and Lewis and other big
'names to play with. Win or lose,
the stars derived no benefit fi financially,
nancially, financially, but were used as shills
v'to induce play by onlookers."
FILM BOSS Eric Johnston's
coldrful explanation of the sud-
sden decision to cancel Holly Holly-wood's
wood's Holly-wood's coast-to-coast Golden Ju-
h'lee celebration: 'Some people"
& felt it wasn't wise to stress the
-3Mh birthday aspect of the new
Celebration on the grounds that
the industry had wrinkles undpr
golden greasepaint and in our.
W Com to think of it, own tho
"joldoh" grtasopainuUn't, hid-
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Robert Vaughn in
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THE BLFE DAHILA
v itb Alan ladtf
ing ith wrinkles on tho face
of soma malo stars i lowing it
up with tho t scroon't young
Bing Crosby's sprout, Gary,
due for release from the Army
in March, iie'Il then resume his
singing career. . .Emily kim-
brough s story of her most amus amusing
ing amusing experience on the lecture
platform.' (Before being introduced
at a woman's club, she saw a doll
walk on the stage with a screw
driver. As she started tinkering
with the microphone, she turned
to the audience and said:
"Sorry for the delay, b u t
there s a screw loose in our
Survey reports that nighttime
TV viewing was 5 per cent high higher
er higher In October than a year ago..
No mention, though, of audience
comparisons over the "past five
years. .Sputnik's influence on
Tin Pan Alley: "Once Upon a
Moon" and "Somewhere in Outer
Space" are making the rounds
of, music publishers.
JAN CLAYTON retiring from
the "Lassie" telefilm show but
not from show business. She's
working up a night club act in
her old role of singer. .Variety
coining up a new word for pay pay-TV
TV pay-TV "Feevee." ., .Earl HqM HqM-man
man HqM-man and Ann Blyth teaming up
for a proposed new TV series,
"Claudia and David." If a spon sponsor
sor sponsor likes the idea, a pilot reel
will be made. .Maureen O'Hara
and her brother, Charles Fitz Fitz-simmons,
simmons, Fitz-simmons, forming an independ independent
ent independent film company to produce a
Elvis Presley's latest record,
Jailhouse Rock," selling 1,600,-
000 copies in the first two weeKs.
It's the title song of his new
Hollywood rewriting the ending
of ..the best seller, "Kings Go
Forth." In the novel, Author Jo
David Brown killed off his hero-
; an American girl, raised in
France, whose father was a Ne
gro. She wilV 'ivi in tne movie
though separated from he lover.
Frank Sinatra and Natalie Wood
are the costars.
In Rhode Island
FAST GREENWICH, R. I.
(UP) The police department
and the Chamber of Commerce
played Santa Clius this year to
the Christmas shopper who tra travels
vels travels by car.
Instead of the usual blue tick
et for overtime parking, police
substituted one more in keeping
with the Yule spirit. The. red
ticket had likeness of Santa
Clans and read:
"Merry Christmas. Your park parking
ing parking time had been extended
through the courtesy of the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce, retail mer merchant's
chant's merchant's division, and the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the Police Department."
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5 Million Bulgars
Vole In Red-Style
LONDON, Dec. 23 (UP) Five
million Bulgarians voted Satur
day and Sunday In a Commu
nlst-style general election In
which the result was known be
fore the first ballot was marked.
There were only communist can
dldatea, one from each constitu
The candidates were selected
by the "Fatherland Front," the
Communist organisation which
embraces what Is left of the old
political parties exterminated
when the Communists seized
Bulgarian reports said tabula
tions would not be complete for
several days. But in the last elec
tion the government claimed the
support of 99.8 per cent of the
electorate and the percentage
was expected to be abQut the
In theory, voters can vote dis disapproval
approval disapproval of the Communist se selected
lected selected candidate but the voting
is public and if someone voted
against the Communists the
Communists would know It.
Adopt 'War State'
Asked By President
JAKARTA. Dec. 23 (UP) Par
liament today adopted a "state of
war" decree requested by acting
President Djuanda who said he
had evidence the "country ist re-
atened with violation."
The Dowerful Masjuml Party
(Indonesian Moslem Council) ab ab-sfainpri
sfainpri ab-sfainpri It reminded more discus
sion of the decree which replaces
the oreviouslv decreed state of
war and siege.
Parliament acted after Djuanda
told the legislators the old dutch
inherted proclamation contained
Djuanda. who also is Indonesian
Defense Minister, had asked im
mediate action oHhe decree which
vests the highest authority in the
chiefs of staff of the armed forces
wnd the cabinet;
Parliament recessed until Jan.
12 after taking the action.
Keep It Safe
BOSTON (UP) Rules for a
fire-safe Christmas, as posted by
the National Fire Protection As
Cut a growing tree or buy one
that hasn't dried from prolonged
Stand the tree in water or snow
outdoors until you are. ready to
use it Indoor. 1 y
Bring the tree indoors just be before
fore before Christmas and take it out as
soon afterward as possible.
Place the freshly cut tree trunk
in water and keep level of water
above the cut the entire time the
tree is indoors.
Don't use candles on the tree.
Check lighting sets each year
before using for frayed wires,
loose connnections and broken
Be sure the fuse on the electri electrical
cal electrical circuit you use is not over IS
Pon't plug too many cords into
Don't plug too many cords into
Don't let Christmas wrappings
accumulate in the home.
Use non combustible materials
that have been flame-proofed.
Untreated cotton batting, paper
and certain cloth costuming will
ignite easily and burn with great
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Camp. The photo above shows
behind a swarm of sweet smiles, are Robert Hatch, Braniff's
Fabrega. Sales Manager. (Advt.) i
Ted Steele Still
NEW YORK NEA) Ted
Steele is well off, but doesnt know
it. Not that he's excessively weal wealthy
thy wealthy or anything like that. It's just
that, after seven years on the
road with bands, "lie's been able
to live at home lately since he's
a highly successful New York
But now he a tnrow au uiai o-
ver and so back on the road
"I'd even taka my wife and the
baby along' he says.
The reason? Well, he .thinks
the band business could come
back. i somebody helped it out.
And he sees himself as the cru crusader
sader crusader to do just that.
I love the band business so
much," says Ted, "that I'd glad gladly
ly gladly fio out on the road full time to
help it. I could still do my shows
from the road, so la nave ipat,
As the first move in his cam campaign,
paign, campaign, he's organized a:.band nd
plans to play around the Nfew
York area. Ted's also musical di-
rirector of Bethlehem Records and
in January there'll be an album
out, "Let s Go Dancing witn lea
Steele and the Big Sound," fea
turing this hand.
He wants to do a Dig Dana
show on TV, too. This would fea feature
ture feature his band, and each man in
it is a personality, a performer,
a soloist in his own right.
"It would be a show like Law
rence Welk's," Steele says, "only
featuring a big dance band."
Steele, you see, is full of ideas.
His first album .on Bethlehem
found him introducing the tre
mendously talented Teal Joy, a
coming star. Then will come the
band album and his plans after
that are big and old.
"I'd like to do an alnum or poe
try," he says. "And my real
dream is to go to Denmark and
record an album of pops with a
Danish symphony in that wonder
iui nan in uopennageu. j. uuju u
would be trementious."
And, always in the hack of his
mind, there's that old feeling a
yen to chuck all this comfortable
living and hit the road.
If lightning can strike twice on
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"CERRO BATEA" The children
a very gay part)) held at the Lions Club's Children! Sumn.er
some of the kids happily holding their toys and, at the rear,
the same singer, watch for a big
hit for Felicia Sanders. Some
years ago, this fascinating g a 1
with the rich voice sang the lyrics
on Percy Faith's biggest hit, "The
Song From Moulin Rouge."
Although she s a solid hit in sup supper
per supper clubs, she hasn't had a big
selling record since. Now, though
she's going to. record "The Sons
of Gervaise," based on the theme
from Maria Schell's prize-winning
movie, "liervaise." a
Iti was written by Georges Au
ric, who wrote the "Moultt
Daan Jones reports .ha's .aor
the acting bug now, but good.
He s the handsome singer for
MGM records, who's never sung
yet in the MGM movies he's
done. But he's happy with this
"1 had more fun and plea
sure,' he says, "out of acting in
'Handle With Care' thaw I ever
had sineine and that's a lot af
fun to start with. But' in acting,
you. run the whole gamut of. hu
man emotions, in singing, all you
taji say is i love you.'."
DICK'S PICKJ Bu :d dy Knox
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lah Be-lah Saba" (The Four S,p i c e s
mum); "Lgena Of the Lost1
tjoe vanno, united Artists)- "You
are My Everything" (The 'Rover
If you still have need of Christ
mas music, a late arrival that is
one of the finest is the Jack Hal-
uran singers, on Dot, with
Christmas is a-Comin';" other
good new vocal albums include
Jiue Andrews, apDrooriatelv hill
ed as "The Las With the Delicate
ir on kla; The Four Lads.
singing too hits by Frank Loo Looser
ser Looser on Columbia; Ella Fitzgerald
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Someone In Love" on Verve; and
SnyA, ,I, ner Dillesy best on
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jOf Navv Brothers
i,YLnim'fciU. N. J., Dec. 23
i r iwo young brothers, ooth
in the Navy and home on Christ-
:" leave, smashed into a tree
,in their auto on a road near here
today. One was killed and the
other was critically injured
James M. McCarthv iq aa
instantly when the car his brother
inomas, zi. was driving ran
across Washinfton Road in West
Windsor township and hit the trpe.
Thomas was taken to the
" DEPLETING AFFECTION
WEST UNION, low a L'P)
James Lyons. 70. told authorities
why be gave large sums of money.
including his last $10. to Vir?H
Dunn who told pun "hard lucv
stories." -"I kinda like him"
mmm mmmmmm, I Iji. MriJLnxWJi
Ljonj aaid. " V
of Cerro Batea, t small com-
Manager in Panama, and Camilt
Spellman On Plane
Unding In Tokyo
On Three Engines
TOKYO. Dec. 23 (UP) A criU
Died Northwest airliner brought
Francis Cardinal Spellman of
New York into Tokyo 45 minutes
late vesterdav on the beginning
of his annual Christmas tour or
American troops in the Far East,
The Cardinal didn't even no
tice when the DC-7 flying in
from Shemya was forced to
feather its No. 4 engine three
hours out of Tokyo because of a
malfunctioning propeller govern governor,
or, governor, an airline spokesman said.
He added that when a crew crewman
man crewman informed the Cardinal the
propeller had been feathered,
and the plane was then flying on
only three engines, the Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal showed little c6ncern.
"The plane was 45.mmutes late
but otherwise the trip was rout routine,"
ine," routine," Northwest said.
The spokesman explained that
Capt. G. Smith of Seattle, Wash.,
ordered the propeller feathered
when the engine began acting
up. The plane was later exam examined,
ined, examined, he said, and it was sus
pected that overspeecung or one
propeller had caused tne trou
bl and no maintenance was ne
, The cardinal siid after the
flight the spokesman related,
that he felt none of the. other
passengers were concerned for
their safety because of the enJ
Cardinal Spellman, the mllita mllita-rv
rv mllita-rv vicar of the U.S. armed forces
and United Nations, has piled up
thousands of hours in ahe air in
all- kinds of planes ;
The New York nrelate is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave for Korea tomorrow
to spend his sixth Christmas
with American servicemen there
In Alabama Leaves
Free Rider Legless
OZARK, Alabama, Dec. 23 (UP)
Thirtv-three freight cars piled
up in a flaming wreck here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, cutting off the legs of a
man who had hopped a ride.
Assistant Fire Chief E. f oro
Matthews said he found William
Hanks ofrMount Airy, N.C., a-
longside the tracks with Bom nis
less severed. Hanks was report reported
ed reported in critical condition at a hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Hanks' companion was serious seriously
ly seriously hurt. He said he and Hanks
had boarded tne tram at muui
to look for jobs. ...
Wrpmfn fmint -tne Diaze lor
about an hour and b-ought it
under control before it couia
ov. f-, .mn, tank cars 1
a M thl wreck "itadr
DArt. ,.S it ''imrteii'llke f
etxiiwEO de' i
ways and then everything piled
J -i Konon tnl
smoke and then flames shot up
lin I IIP WlCk&BKC UF,l w
pi) were twisted Into giant
ops nd freight was scattered
ong a quarter-mile stretch of
f Via wiarihpri
Conductor F. M- Mltcneu saiu
vr ... ... U
he believed a wheel plit on one
of the cars "and it sagged down
on the track and the other cars
just piled into it, telescoping mw
a twisted mess."
Care Is Advised
In Gifts Of Pets
'WSIUNGTON (UP) -make
marvelous Christmas guts
but only if they are wanted.
The American Humane Associa Association
tion Association warned in the Christmas is
sue of the magazine, Humane
Review, tbat many a unnaimn
has been spoiled by the arrival of ;
"an unwanted an unsuitable gift.";
"Too often," it said, "this gift1
is a living thing a pet that de deserves
serves deserves love and affection but re-'
ceives only horrified acceptions.
' The association offered this ad- j
vice in giving a kitten. puppy,
chinchilla, or even a white mouse
as a -gi.t: ;
The pet should" be healthy, and
should be sent along with the gift.
Most important of all, a child;
ihould never be given a pet with-i
out first determining if tho par
ents also wia welcome n.
. SAmporos (ab.)
- 7 Vendor '-
f School group .,,
7 Sh aets on
tho silver m
) 1$ Armed forces
14 "Lily maid
talMsuro of -'
) 1 Scroen ',
10 "Emerald IalMT
isuarnnfv, ji Bird's homa
,.. i ' Arabian caliph 10 Royal Italian
J"" ""I'Jl Joined v family nam nam-i;yn!"t,?ni
i;yn!"t,?ni nam-i;yn!"t,?ni 22 Shops tl Emliaarios
Wl(T : -J3ColorlMi V Scottish aide
34 Plant part
36 River in ;
3a Set el
V British school
28 Smell ;
82 Standards '
37 Dinner course
Official For East-West
WASHINGTON. Dec. .23 UP)-
The State Department is consider considering
ing considering appointment of a top official
to handle East-West cultural ex ex-lations,
lations, ex-lations, it was disclosed today.
Rep. Frank Thompson Jr. (D-
NJ) said in a newsletter to con
stituents that the department plan
ned shortly to create the post of
assistant secreary of sate lor in-
ernational cultural relations.
.The department confirmed it
was consider! g appointment of a
high-ranking official to handle the
job. But it said he would be an
assistant to the secretary of state
not an assistant secretary.
American and Soviet officials
opened negotiations in October en
a wide range of possible exchange
visits covering scientific, artiste
and teebneal fields, so lar the
talks have reached no agreement
. ine laiKg nave oeen conaucieu
The talks have been conducted
Ambasador Georgi Zaroubin and 'ff iJ2f 1AS r??d' V'
WUliam S. B. lcy, tpwial-rig
sistant to Secretary of State John ZJJt f!
Foster jDullei. ycy ':
: In the past there have ljbeen
'some U.S. 'Soviet exchanges at
times when the Soviet foreign pol
icy toward the United States; bad
' However, the Russians maintain
ed for years that a major roaa
block ;in the way of more; ; ex-'ind kissed, his -wife, Zena,' good good-changes
changes good-changes was the U.Sv law reo;uir-lye taround a.m. last Sunday.'
in? that non-official visitors be A man fitting hi dAirrintinn
fingerprinted. The .Rustians laid
fingerprinting was k process that
ahnnlri be reserved for criminals
The United States earlier this
year, through an act of Congress,
HftnH th finffemrint regulation for
visitors from all nations wmcn oo
not require fingerprints off U.S. search was begun for him immed immed-visitors.
visitors. immed-visitors. Some officials said re- i tely, Several days of mild tern tern-mnvinir
mnvinir tern-mnvinir th reouirement wouli Terattrre thawed the icn nn tha
show whether the Russians had J ke making-if possible to eon eon-been
been eon-been serious or only Complaining ruct dragging operations. ;;
for propaganda reasons
Thompson has been calling for
more cultural and technical ex-
changes between the Western
2 Buses Filled
Collide In Chile
SANTIAGO. Chile. Dec. 23 (UP)
-Two buses fil'ed with bathers en
, ; twisted ateel
ciusing heavy casuaiues.
n i j
roiice saia- ursi aispaicnes irom
te scene 50 miles west of San-
t igo reported 10 to 12 persons
- S. dea'S. and 30 were injured,
Both husea wer en route to
' irtagena a beach resort 75 miles
' est of Santiago. Yesterday was
tie first day of summer in South'
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in mn oatlaw .
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V MONDAY, DECEMBER 3,,15T.,,
Antvor to Pravloui PunNi
47 Dan, at of
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41 Toward thf
tree small Ulana
SUv'. ; llRlverin
41 Utopian Scotland
43 Portable chair 83 latetnoloay
. 43 In addition (ab.),
May Name Hlh
world and Russia. H said tha re recent
cent recent NATO conference confined
his stand that the "offer on. a
the major solutions- to the present
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UAW Sleuth Found
Floating In River
DETROm Dee. 23 (UP'i -Tha
body of the chief investigator! f
the still unsolved shootina of Unit
ed Auto Workers. chier Walter
Reuther wa found by a SuAdiy
stroller today floating on ice-cold
St. Clair about four bloeka (froni
the lakefront home from which he
Ralph Wlnstead, 64; was last teen
ahve only a, few hiuTs beforeJil'
was to have te ttif t in .
. Knn ------ t
r When J Winxtcaif -. itiiitviuMt
KAW-oflficials 'said ne could ;hav
been the victim of foul play. Pa-'
Ice said today the caus of death
would be listed at accidental until
t le results of a post mortem. In-
vesugauon were Known.
wmstead donned fishing clothes
a;n walking on the ice coated
like St. Qair a short time later.)
Wlff Notified Pellet i
When Winstead failed "to return
i me. nis wife notified police. A
ine aragging oegan on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and Michigan Stat PobVa
s'nn divers also went down in' tha
'like in suburban -Detroit to .looti
' lit i.mr n nra ar fMimA t 'hiaf
Harvey Champin waa 'directinf
dragging ooerationa todav in front
ef 1 the Winstead home when" A.G.
t. ." ( ... . . ..'..
srice iouna mi ooay BODDing
against a sea wall in front of the
home of Mr. and Mrs. i Theodora
H. Stensen at 12:02 n.m.
He was rieht on mv dfwirsf.n N
Jlrs. Stensen said. .;
The body of the union invest!-
tie private beach-at Eala Pita
, --- - .,
(subdivision of St. Clair Shores
i took police three hours tairlcn.
4"r Ik. IuiA. 41 .
i : yu uetue me icf was
oated with dirt and oil and jad
Hen bruised beyond recognition
repeated bumpinr atainst .the
- .. ; y ::t. r
- . v
Tatrifia) in lull -J
Winstead was to hare testified
i a suit filed by Carjl Renda;
t oit scrap dealer, who was;ar.
ted with his father-in-law, 'Sinx.
Winstead was to hare testified
Perrone. after Donald Jtichia. ; a"
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Canadian itinerant, allegedly 'con 'con-f
f 'con-f ssed in the Reuther shootings,
j. Richie later returned to Canada
and repudiated his confession.
Both Renda and Perrone were re
Renda named Winstead and fpur
,UAW officials as 'defendants in the
i suit. Detroit and Michigan Stat
Police also were accused. -i
When Winstead disappeared, Us
attorney,: Joseph .W, Louise", said
le might have gone, to Mexico,,!
avoid testifying. s.
Macomb' County coroner T,Bfl
Kaymond Markla said Winstead'
body had been in the water dor
several days. Mrs." Stensen said
s'le thought phe- taw the bdy
floating on the lake yesterday
about 100, feet from short.. Her
husband assured her it was .Just
a bundle pf clothes, aowevti, aha
said. V'.. i v 1 '-
; Emil Matey, secretary treasurer
of the UAW, expressed shock tt
Winstead's death. He praised Win
kstead's service to the UAW and
then withheld further comment on.
til the cause of death had been -cetermined.
UAW officials rejected the Idea
Win-tead may have eommitte4
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ilONDAT,, DECEMBER 23. 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT BAIL NEWSFAPEI
Republican Congressman Oppose
, Ikes Space-Age School f Project
' WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP) l increased enrollments in scien
Twouhigh-rankinu Republicans tific studies.
"HUMBER" English Bicycle!
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MOVING GANG Equipment gets shoved around as the Pacific Side Teen Club gets the benefit of a lot of amateur help,
and' professional 'coaching. Carpenter foreman Frank Shanno n (white shirt, foreground) leads the team of (left to right
around 'fountain) Eugene White,' Danny Hatcher, Ralph Glazer.Ray Caldwell Jr., Steve Gorham, David Jenkins, Pete Thi Thi-bodeau
bodeau Thi-bodeau and Rocky Evans lri' shifting equipment but of the way so that work can start orr framing the exterior walls.
on the House Education Commit- Gwlnn said he1 is against the
tee today opposed President El
senhower's new oian for Federal
am ror scientific education.
in separate interviews. Ren,
Ralph W. Gwlnn (N.Y.) and
Clare E. Hoffman (Mich.) con
tended the project would give
tne government too much con con-tgojL
tgojL con-tgojL over the nation's school sys-
Gwinri Is senior Republican
and Hoffman thlrd-ranklne GOP
memoer or tne eaucation com
mittee- which handles school le
Last-July both opposed the ad
ministration's Federal aid for
school construction bill which
was defeated by a narrow mar
The White House now is con considering
sidering considering a $300,000,000-a-year
program for Federal suDDort for
science education to put the na nation
tion nation ahead of Russia lri develop develop-in
in develop-in young scientists.
It would include collece schol
arships for science students
grants to states for expanding
science courses In the nubile
schools, and grants to colleges
and universities" to help handle
government'mlxing in school
He added that the United
States "ought not to Imitate the
"Get the government off our
backs and let us educate our own
kids," he said.
Hoffman said the plan would
lead to Federal control over the
"I don't go along with the ideal
of changing our system of edu education,"
cation," education," he said. VWe've done'
pretty well up to date." ,
Meantime leaders of the Na
tional Education Assn. (NEA)
predicted Congress will anm-ove
at leasr part or tneir sweeping
snace age Drosram Tor Federal
OUUUUlb UI PUDUC JCIWU1S. i f
The five-point legislative pro
gram, which the nation's largest
education organization will lay
oeiore congress wnen.it recon
venes next month, carries an lm
mediate price tag of $1,100,000,-
uou a year.
It calls for a steady Increase
in Federal contributions over the
next five years, levelling off at
f,ouu,uuu,uuu a year,
25;b00 Sputniks Orbit Under East German Christmas Trees
MUNICH. Dec. 23 (UP) Twen
ty-five thousand little Sputniks
t WUJ circle unaer uirisunas treps
in Communist East Germany
IMS year. .. -v
East German factories have
"been just as busy turning out
Nativitr scenes and wooden fig figures
ures figures of Santa Claus. But they are
for export to the West only.,,
Throughout the Communist
world, the propaganda machines
are working hard to oDscure tne
Christian origin of the holiday
and turn it into a day of ,pagan
praise, to communism.
Christmas toys are an impor important
tant important part of this campaign.
The earth satellite current
trump card In Communist prop propaganda;
aganda; propaganda; Is being produced by
East German toy factories on a
rush basis. -More
Snutniks doubtless would
be on the market in the other
Soviet bloc, nations but ror du du-reaucratic
reaucratic du-reaucratic production tangles In
the state toy shops.
In Czechoslovakia, toy produc
tlon is subject to strict govern.
ment controls and is planned a
year in advance. v ,v-
The fictober launchinir of tin
Sputnik -apparently caught the
nlanners bv surprise ana mere
was no jame to sniit gears ana
have Sputniks ready lor cnnsi-
PoUsh children will also be
Sputnik-less. The traditional
teddy bears and doiis are tne
most nonular tovs there. Mech-
anh:al tovs are also mucn in de
mand but are hard to get.
Communist Yugoslavia, well well-armed
armed well-armed neighbor of the Soviet
I bloc, reflects its aeiense-mma-edness
in it selection of toys.
There are tov rifles, tanks
armored cars, fighter planes, and
drums. There are more toys than
ever in Belgrade shop windows
this season, and more win oe
sold. The government has prom promised
ised promised an extra month's salary as
a Christmas bonus to all state
- East. Oermanv also has its
share of lead soldiers and their
weapons, after banning "mimar
istlc". toys for more than a dec decade
ade decade after World War II.;
Hungarian and Romanian toys.
are simple carvings that care carefully
fully carefully avoid the Christmas theme.
East Germany. Romania and
Bulgaria place great empnasis on
children's books as Christmas
presents, but the rairy taies
must follow the party line.
The sleeping beauty in ine
East German version, for exam-
pie, is rescued by a nanosome
voung party activist rather than
j How NOT to decorate your tree is sureested, aboife. Tree it
ejjincu m iivHcu uvaius, no naicr is auppuca. ine piaceo
right in way of traffic throufh arch. Tree Is located too near
radiator. Light strings have bared wires, worn Insulation.
Lights are plugged into an overloaded circuit. The unhandy
man trimming the tree is smoking, something that he should
never do near anything so combustible as a Christmas tree.
The Aristocrat of all
Cash, Club or
Mueblena CASA SPARTON
. No. 26109 (Calldonia)
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Over 100 Styles and Finishe
Your Credit is Good
7 1 10 BOLIVAR AVE. COLON 40 i sf
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OFFICIAL LIST OF ffll NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Extraordinary Drawing No. 2024, Sunday December 22, 1957
The whole Ticket has 80 pieces
First Prize 1296
Second Prize 6386
Third Prize 7284
CERVECERIA NACIONAL, S. A.
10M 300 00
206 1 00.000.00
Approximations Derived From First Prize
Informs all its customers and the
public in general, that from Saturday,
December 21st onward, the Principal
Offices of the Balboa Plant, Avenida
Eloy Alfaro, No. 18 -17, will operate at
I;; the Pasadena Plant, Trans-Isthmian
Highway, and Manuel Espinosa B.
Avenue Telephone No. 37400
m i'oooo I JmJ h,2 Si I'JJJ JS VL i-2S2-22 'Si W2M 1298 im 1-MH
"" 1.M8.M 1292 1,000.00 1294 1,000.00 1207 1.000.M 129 1,00.M 1301 l.OM.M 133 1,M.M 13M 1,00. M
' Approximations derived From Second Prize
t S '' a
5W.0 136 50 00 2366 500.0 3386 500.00 438 500.00 536 SOf.M 73M SM.M UU 5M.M S3M SM.M
377 25.M 637 250.M 6381 250.00 .,. 38J 250.M 3M 250 JM 38t 25. M 3M IS M 4.T02 25 M CIM U M
37' 2M.M 38 250 M 6382 25Q.M 6384 2).M 6387 M.W 38 2M.M im' uIm Kl 2M.M m nHSj
' Approximations Derived From Third Prize x
: : ..
' S S I S l S t '-"-- m
tUt 3M.M 1284 300.0 1284 300.00 3284 300 M 4284 SM.M 5264 300.M 8284 3M.M S2S4 )M.M 0284 M.M
TITS 2M.M 7277 10 M T279 2.00 7281 20. I 7283 1M.M I 728 2M.M 728 -20' TV) Ma M TMI r M
727 200.0 7275 2M.M 728 2M 7282 200.M 725 3M.M 1 T28T 200.00 72CTv 2! M 7291 I! 7293 2M.M
Prlxe-winnint; Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawta; were sold at: The 1st in Panama, 2nd Exterolr, 3rd In Veraguas
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 6 and not included in the aWe list win One Hundred Dollars($100.00) each
Sifned by: ALBERTO ALEMAN, GoTernor of the Province of Panama. Ced.: 47-11155
.'r The Representative of the Treasury LUIS A. CHANDECK
Jose de la cru Villsiweva, CM. 47-7128 t ALBERTO J. BAKSALLO
Notary Pnblie, Panama
Santlafo Dominfues, Ced. 34-9083
PABLO A. PIXEL St fl
pJOTF 175 Unnm tlekW with th last etphi
'lv' plphtn tnrly only to tht Tint Prize
or and arltk ttfo two loot
fho Pint Prizo and tl) 2nd and Srri BViiM arc mn unini.i. Tk. ...
prortmaUon or calcinated on tho rirrt. Second and Third Prim. In case
ticket ahoutd eiir. numberp of each prizo, the bolder 1 entitled to
claim oavmant for oncn. , ,. .,
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, December 22, 1957
Drawing Number 725
i v-- '- j-'. Fraction
Hrit Prize. ... 96
Second Prize. ... 86
,3.00 A 60.00
tka Htao wtn ko potd t aeeordaae) wHk fk Official Lfcrt of PamaaW to
tho trlfO of the W.rtwwl owefkowl Lottery aatoot on CoWI n j
Plan of Ordinary Drawinr No. 8025 which will teke
'. x Place December 29. 1957 JI
DlTldod Is two terle of St fraetlona each denanlnatoit "A" and "B",'
. j rnisT peizk r-;- '' ?
l rim Prize. Serlea A and B. of 12S.0M.M oaeh Oerlea
Second Prize. Seriet A end B. of 7.800 M aacn oeriea
Third Prize, Serie A and B, of S.O.S0 ooch aerlea
It Approximation, Serlea A and B. of 20.00 each eerieo
Prize. Serlea A and B. of ljao.M each aerlea
. Prizeav Serlea A and B. of .V 78. aech aerieo
00 Prizea. Seriea A and B. of 24 0 each aeriaa
. ; scco.vd PBiZK .-,
IS Approximation. Berle A and B. of S 0 ooch oeriea
t Pnzea. Seriea A and B. of 130.M oodl oeriea
IS Approximation, Serie A and U, of $
t Prize. Soriea A and B. of
O N cl
- 7.000 Oj
84 '2.00 40.00
PRIZES AKE PAID WITHOUT DISCOCNTsVOK TAXES
...... .426.00 :;
Price of a whole ticket .
Price of a fifty-second part ..,..!.$. .50
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.'.'.v.fv'"" ' MONDAY, DECEMBER iJ, M5'4
THE PANAMA AMERICAN w'AN INDEPENDENT D AItT NEWSPApEI iT : V??
Chesterfield To Defend League Lead
Two Admissions For Price
Of One To Be Xmas Feature
K' ' ; r:?.'tditor CONRADO 6ARCitANJ.u--;''? vV'
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Santa Claus, in the guise of Panama Pro League
officials, today promised a Christmas presentto
fans who attend tonight's game between the Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield Smokers and the Cerveza Balboa Beermen
at the Olimpic Stadium at 7:30.
Every person buying a ticket for the covered
stand or the bleachers, will be allowed to take a a-nother
nother a-nother in free.
The" Smokers, who. moved to a one-half game
lead over the Beermen by beating them 3-2 yester-
dav afternoon, are only one game ahead of the last I
place Carta Vieja Yankees.
L T icnrtm an 18-vear-old, I Floyd smacked his four-cornered
175-pound rookie righthander from
thrfChiriqui province who had a
ib rnrH with Duhuaue. Class D
uiiiatt T.papnp this year, will
make his debut as a starter for
Winston Brown (1-2), the wild
trot effective righthander, from Bo-J
fcas.3el Toro, will open on the
mound for the Beermen.
Managers Stanford Graham and
Leon Kellman of the Smokers and
the Beermen, respectively, both
said they would use their entire
furling staffs if necessary, since
tonight's will be the last game be before
fore before the teams take a three-day
yesterday, homeruns by John Johnny1
ny1 Johnny1 Rod, Manite Bernard and
Hank Mitchell gave righthander
Humbert ''Robinson, who hurled
.'six-hitter, hie second victory
ageinst one setback.
, Biped, who hails from the little
Jov of Silver City, Miss., (pop.
fSOJi gave Robinson an early one one-JunJI
JunJI one-JunJI lead when he hit his.leadoff
roundtripper in' the. first. The
horfter was Reed's second hit since
hisjpro League debut with the
SmMcers two weeks after the sea
The 24-year-old outfielder hit .30?
orlJBinghamton, Class A Eastern
.eaieue. in 1955 before entering the
iriwed services. He received his re-
lea$h from the Army on Sept. 1.
- Eirrors by shortstop Bernard and
thiiM baseman Carlos Heron pro pro-diinirl
diinirl pro-diinirl an unearned run for the
Bearmen in the second tde
Mitchell will rejwrt to Denver,
- Class AAA American Association
in the spring. His boss Will be re recently
cently recently named manager Andy Co Cohen,
hen, Cohen, under whom Hank played
here last season. Denver is a
Yankee farm team.
Robinson struck out eight enemy
batters, including Billy Shields
twice, and walked two.
Dave Benedict gave up all the
Smoker runs, which were the first
homers to be hit off Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa pitching this season. The
southpaw now has a 3-1 slate.
Stanley Arthur worked the last two
frames for the losers.
-Rain held up the game twice in
the second inning for a total of 15
1 v V iis1f iWiWv;;.r.Jvtv-2 "5'' 4;;v'.556 V
114 I". r Ceryzt. Balboa .;,''.'". 2 x '3 a 5 .500p'f
l ft :f ; kVry i) W .. Lost ,.4 5 5 14.14 "y"
I 1T f V At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield (Llsondro 0) vi. :
, 1V t, Cervezaf Balboa (Brown 1-2)..- .. X; v.;-,'
I "'. yy Cami time 7:30." '. 4, ',VS
j "V IwI ; I '-' 1 YESTERDAY'S RESULT
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TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS This is the bhamplonshlp Tj;. 8. Army Garrison touch football team which won the Army
Atlantic touch football crown. They are1 from left to right, squatting: Jim Taylbr ahd Gasper Barragan; standing are (left
to right): Francis1 Maneth, Noel Hansen, Coii DoonatiiBob Gould, Gordon Koel, If by McLane, John Foster, Elliot Lauber,
(U.S. Army Photo)
Chester Grys, Don Mayers, J. B. Smith and; Marr Keaclle,
Gulick Clinches Army Touch
Championship Wifh 7th
I T..1 -Dnnr-A Ktk .iV aiS.'
Wtaoth paking vuWlefehind at Ulinoiis
11 ': .. y ,S .Jt.hwodimaainof rpnrA rt 151 wins
the 'left field fence in ;ie fifth to
mafce the score 2-1. Mant Wm
to tfet'a single four-master during
the ,1955-56 season.
Mitchell's drive over the left
field fenbe in the fifth made it 3-1
andi. Floyd Robinson drove in the
Jast!'run of the game when he
blamed an Humberto pitch over the
' fright field fence in the eighth with
Mitchell, who hit .336 and 19
Jionlers for Modesto, Class C Cali Cali-forma
forma Cali-forma League this summer, made
another of his tumbling, shoestring
catches in the eighth off the bat of
Alonso Brathwaite for the first out, J
Robinson then fanned Hector Lopei
swinging on a two-two pitch before
Blpl!3?:es,Nachio Pleased Over Ruling
NEW YORK. Dec. 23 (UP)
By Pro Loop Commissioner;
Angry Graham May Protest
El Panama Hilton
Carta Vieja i
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 (UP)
The man who steered the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois football shlb lor 29 years is
Bob Zuppke, who retired in
1941, died yesterday morning in
Champaign, Illinois, at the- age
of 78, he had entered the hospi hospital
tal hospital two weeks ago to have a
deadlock Bland condition treated.
thrrnazing record of 131 wins
seven Big 10 Conference cham championships
pionships championships and1 four national ti titles.
tles. titles. One of Zunpke's favorite
stars was the all-time great, Red
. By J. Jf HARRISON Jr.
A decision by Panama Pro League Commissioner
tduardo AKaro which settled a squabble between the Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja Yankees and the Chesterfield Smokers, today
brought' diverse comments from "pleased" Yankee general
The Berlin-born Zuppke was
credited with developing the
huddle. the double huddle, the
spiral pass from center and the
manager Joe Nachio
and "dissatisfied" Smoker pilot
The commissioner ruled late Sat-
five'-man line. It waS ZuPPke '..-Hav niirhf fnllowintr a fnrmal
Who perfected the use Of a lat- nrntPsf lnHpprl hv Narhin hat ftiP
eral to start end sweeps.
Zuppke had many philosophies.
One he used to josh the higher
ups was: "tr you can't, do any
one tning well, you try to be
come an executive."
protest lodged by Nachio, that the
second game of Friday nights .dou .dou-bleheader
bleheader .dou-bleheader which Chesterfield won
over Carta Vieja 3-2 on a reverse
call by umpire Winston William Williamson,
son, Williamson, should revert to a 2-2 dead deadlock
lock deadlock in the ninth inning, with the
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teams involved completing
contest at a later date.
Williamson motioned Smoker
third baseman Carlos Heron out at
first in the bottom of the ninth
frame in the game, to retire the
side. But he changed his call some
ten minutes later when the Smok Smoker
er Smoker players gave him a going-over.
Before reversing the call how
ever, the arbiter requested the
opinion of home plate umpire Lew
Hilzinger, who said he saw Heron
safe at first." v
Through the change, a run.
which had come in from third base
on the play became valid, thus giv
ing the Smokers the came. A riot
;was narrowly averted by the police
! after players streamed onto the
field hollering for Williamson's
Nachio argued that the umpire
was intimidated into changing his
original decision and maintained
that serious consequences would
occur if players felt they could get
away with pressuring umpires into
The CV general manager, v who
was plea sett as punch today, said
the commissioner showed his
"usual good judgment" in handing
down the ruling.
He said that the only way an
umpire can maintain the respect of
teams and fans Is to stand his
ground under fire. "If the Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield players did not threaten to
lynch Williamson he would never
have changed his first call," Na Nachio
chio Nachio added.
Graham, who was "very dissat dissatisfied"
isfied" dissatisfied" with the ruling, insisted
that an umpire has the perfect
richt to change a call if he is con
vinced that he has made a mistake.
The Smoker skipper declared
that Williamson only followed the,
dictates of his conscience when he
reversed his decision aftpr consult-!
inp with his umpire-in-chief.
Graham also hinted
that he may appeal the comm's
sioner's decision to Georw R.
Trautman, president of the Nation
al Association of Minor Leagues of
which the Panama Professional
League is an affiliate.
Cerveza Balboa Ab R H 0
Shields, rf 4 0 11
Brathwaite, 3b 3 0 0 0
Lopez, 2b 4 0 1 2
F. Robinson, cf 4 2 11
Grenald, If 3 0 '2 1
McCollins. If .1 0 0 1
Gordon, lb 4 0 1 11
Kellman; c ...v....; 4 0- oinT
Moore, ss 3 0 0 0
b-P. Osorio 1 0 0 0
Benedict, p 2 0 Q 0
a-Charles 1 u 6 6
Arthur, p 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 2 6 24 11
a-Struck out for Benedicr-in 7th.
b-Struck out for Moore in 9tlu
Mitchell, cf ...
Houradou, ss ..
Prescot, rf .
E. Osorio, lb .
H. Robinson, p
30 3 6 27 91
Score By Innings
Cerveza Balboa 010 000 010 2 R
Chesterfield 101 110 OOx 3 6
SUMMARY Errors: Bernard,
Heron, Moore. Runs hatred in:
Reed, Rernard, Mitchell, F. Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Earned runs: Chesterfield 3,
Cerveza Balboa 1. Two-base hit:
Grenald. Home runs: Reed, Ber
nard, Mitchell, F. Robinson. Dou Dou-bleplays:
bleplays: Dou-bleplays: Mitchell, E. Osorio;
Moore, Lopez, Gordon: Robinson.
Houradou. E. Osorio. Struck out
by Benedict 4, H. Robinson Ar Arthur
thur Arthur 2. Base on balls off Arthur
1, Robinson 2. Left on base: Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa 6, Chesterfield 2.
Pitchers record: Benedict 3 runs.
6 hits in 6 innings. Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Robinson (2-l). Losing pitcher:
Benedict (3-1). Umpires: Moore
Thornton, Helsinger. Time of
Fort Gulick'g U. S. Army Gar
rison clinched' their claim to the
first touch footbaU, championship
nere last weeK wnen tney rallied
in the second half' of the rough,
tough football game with C Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st (Battle Group, Othlnfan-
try, to win by a 38-8 score.
lhe first quarter was a score
less affair, bogged down by mud
and heavy rain. The first tally
came early in the second quar
ter 'when the Garrison's "B i g"
John Foster tossed the hall to end
Marv Keadle on a pitchout plax
on the infantry g six-yard line.
Keadle scampered across for' the
id and the extra point.
ine next series Of plays saw
the Garrison regain possession of
the ball from the Infantry team
on its own 10-yard line. After two
unsuccessful pass attempts by the
Garrison, the Infantry's defensive
halfback, John Crumpton, rushed
in to tag Foster behind the goal
line for a safety. Spurred on by
this success C Company scored
a touchdown with only three sec seconds
onds seconds left in the half on a 46-yard
pass from tailback Rupert Odonf
to end Marion Harris. The half
ended with the Infantry in com command
mand command of an 8-7 score.
Early in the third period the
Garrison's Foster got off 'a 30 30-yard
yard 30-yard pass to end Don Myers wno
snagged it in the clear to cross
the goal line unmolested. That
touchdown proved to be the turn turning
ing turning point as the Garrison conti continued
nued continued to roll up the score until
the final whistle blew.
In the first game that evening,
A Battery, 764th AAA Brf., drop-
pea us points to JWTC and came
up on the hosrt end of 38-13 score
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield 3,'Corveza Balboa 2.
Leading averages t Balcer, 194,
Coffey 193, Cascio ;J93, Toland
The Classic League Keglers did.
not make out so weJJ this week weekend.
end. weekend. Seven of this, boys went un under
der under 500 and onljK four hit over
El Panama Hi It or) 4
Carta Vieia 0
El Panama Hilton took on the
top team in circuit, Carta Vieja,
and then proceeded to knock' the
Carta Vieia duartet down to third
nlacef and occupy the top notcn
themselves. For the Yankee Rum
Runners it Was their worst night
of the year' "averaging tonly ? 166
and for the new league leaders
th averse 'was 183. The Hotel
men also registered their fifth
whitewash victory. Bill Coffey al
though ousted as the highest av
erage bowler had the oest series
with 595 for the Panama Hilton
and Al Todd pinch hitting in Car Carta
ta Carta Vieia lineup had a 526 pinfall
as that team's topnotch perform
through again with a good series
In the first two games the Sey Seymours
mours Seymours averaged at the rate ,of
205, but when they dropped down
to 182, they had their ears pin
ned backed by the Cardoze Evin Evin-rudes
rudes Evin-rudes for their solo loss. The 2371
total for Seymour was their- oest
effort for ..the 1957 season,-
791"666 i 751 2208
; 537 537-644"
644" 537-644" '603
' Agewood ,4 "Awtin P v
beating, this time at the bands
of Agewood by 341 pins, and they,
only averaged 159, which, is way -below
par for a classic, league.
Bud Balcer of the Agewood team
with his 636 series took" over as
the leading average bowler of the
league. He now tons twn. nt th.
highest ranking leagues on the
Isthmus. For the Austins, Lei
Pahl and his 493 was the highest.
Austin Cars ''
Pahl : : 166 157 170 493"
Thomas (Blind) 150 450
Us. army Gar.
C Co. 20th Inf.
549th MP Co.
A Btry 764th AAA Bn.
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Seymour Agents recslried their
winning touch, and are out first
place by only one point.-Two" air airmen
men airmen in the V Seymour quartet
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Mike Nunes scored' 644, and Car Carmen
men Carmen Cascio a 603. and for the E E-vinrude
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Christmas message to all bowl bowlers
ers bowlers on the Isthmus; may Santa
Claus fill not your stocking but
that 27 inch ball with plenty of
strikes and spares, and spare
each and every one of your from
that dreaded disease of splits ahd
misses, and keep you out of that
had habit of cherry picking,! dur during
ing during the 1958 Season. Wt) T V 7r
Santa Claus showed up 'fat the
Olympic Stadium yesterday afteK
noon in the' person of Dave Bene Benedict,
dict, Benedict, Beermen Southpaw, and the
Smokers took advantage of his of
ferings to power three boundary
blasts for a 3-to-2 Victory. 1
Johnny Reed in the first, Pablo
Bernard in the fourth and Hank
Mitchell in the. fifth were the spoil spoilers.
ers. spoilers. For Reed artd Bernard it was
their first, for Mitchell his second.
bargain night at the Stadium with
two fans being admitted for the
price' of one. Chesterfield meets
Cerveza Balboa in a return en engagement
gagement engagement with Winston Brown on
the hill for the Beermen and Jose
Lisondro for the Smokers.
Benedict's gopher ball pitches
cost him his first defeat of the
season as all the three Smoker runs:
were the result of homers. They;
- 1 "1 T r i i
aiso were reswusioie ror DreaKine
his string of r scoreless : inmngs,
which before game-time stood at
16, and the doubtful distinction of
being the hurler allowing the most
homers, three. -i
Manager Stanford Grahant of the
Smokers has made known his in-'
tention of not a c c e ptine the
league's decision about Friday
night's game with hirarms fold
ed. He has1 served-notice that he
is appealing the ruling to George
Trautmann. president of the Asso
ciation of Minor League Baseball.
The league officials decided the
nrotest 'in fvor o' rrs vieja, or
dering, the. game' replayed.
The three Smoker boundary belts
and one by Floyd Robinson of the
Beermen in the eighth, brought the
season s total for home runs to 14,
the Smokers being responsible for
exactly half of the amount Prior
to vesterdav's ? gw.' no CerVer.a
Balboa pitcher had allowed a round
tripper. , -' ij
Humberto Robinson.-whV in our
opinion, rates as one -of the five
best pitchers in the minor leagues
this year, took credit for Ajs second
triumph as be set down the Beer Beermen
men Beermen with six hits, walking two and
striking out eight His lone defeat
came at the hands of the Beermen
last Wednesday when Carlos
Thome in relief turned' in a bril brilliant
liant brilliant one-hit, seven-inning stint
Floyd Robinson's homer In the",
eighth was his first as a Paha ma.
Pro, Leaguer. The diminutive peer peer-man
man peer-man fly-ha wk has been doing an J
excellent bib in centerfield. and his
taolo blast credited him'with his
fifth RBI of the young season. His
partner Billy' Shields apparently
had, shook off the Humberto Robin-
son jinx, hitting safely in last
Wednesday night's; contest n&
opening yesterday wth -another
'caught up with him in the latter
Tonight will be the league's turn
U act si Santa Claus. It will be
the game, inu..m uiut
Shields has now been struck out
on eight occasions, six of these
coming from Humberto Robinson.
He leads the league in this de department,
partment, department, ; r -. j -. 7
After .tonight's game there will
be a recess for the Yuletide season.
Play will be resumed on Fri4ay
when the Beermen tackle the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in a twin-bill.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER tS, ?957
TWS PANAMA AMERICAN 'AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE ELEVEN Z,,
ere To Win Pros
Jim Thorpe Trophf
By MURRAY OLDIRMAtf
NEW YORK (NEA) A lean
shanked iandlo4 graduate who was
turned down by two universities
and one professional team -and
overlooked by 10 others has been
acclaimed professional football s
.' Player-of-the Year.
The third ;. annuaM Jin MTh.orpe
Trophy, presented hy A. G.. Spal
ding Bros., has been awarded to
John ITjilUs, quarterback of the
' Baltimore' Colts. WJ'IJ
in a poll taken by NEA Service
of the players oT the National Foot Football
ball Football League, Unitas received 244
points to beat out Y. A. Tittle,
the guiding genius of the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco 49ers and his closest com
petitpr at 185 points) Jim Brown,
Cleveland's recruit lullback, was
third with 118 'v
Unitas, the first quarterback to
receive the trophy perpetuating
the name of professional football s
irt orat oerformer. is a bona
fide Cinderella boy who drove the
Colts to their fjrst winning season
in history and had them in con contention
tention contention until the last day of the
Twe Years age he was dodging
rocks on a skinned Pittsburgh
field, picking up a few bucks every
Sunday playing semi pro ball
h had hsen turned loose by .his,
home town Seelers without ever J
getting into a single play of an
A eraduate of St. Justin High
in PittehnrffW.V Unitas .wanted to
n tA iira Dame but was thumb
ed down for-, lack of1 size. He next
tried Indiana and again got the
cold shoulder. So he settled for the
University of Louisville;, played
four years of varsity quarterback
.nrnnfen to fi-1 and 190 Dounds.
He might have been through
with football aft:i"his abortive
lass trial with the Steelers if
Don- Kellett, the- general namager
of the COtts, naan t Deen leaxiug
througH some ow waiver Duueuns.
"Hmmm, Unitas," he mussed.
'Wasnt he a No. 9 draft pick?"
Uhilaa' first awlyad in Baltimore
m a dismal spring day in isae ior
the Colts' annual audition open to
n.rnmM- Even in the murk, he
threw the ball well enough to
pique' the brass. ;
when the 1956 season- began, he
was still around with a well-
grooved spot on the bench. George
Shaw, the brilliant' Rookie-of-the-Year
in 1955, ran the show with without
out without help until a big Chicago
Bear landed on his knee in the
fourth game. tA,
Tn score then was Baltimore
20, Chicag H Unitas's first pass
was ihtert;epted, by J. C. Caroline
to move thj Bears into the lead.
After the kick-off, Unitas bumped
into fullback AJan Ameche on .sj
hand-off, the- Bears 'matched the
bulF-arid nioved toTknother TO,
After r ensuing Jdck-Wf; v he
fumbled a hand-off to L. Q. Dupre,
the Bears recovered and went on
to score. The total rout: 58-27.
P But Unites was launched be because
cause because Coach Weeb Ewbank had no
one else. By the end of the season,
Ti threw tH nass that undoubted
ly saved Weeb's' Job; a 55-yarded
to Jim Mutscheller on the last
game which upset the Washington
The; season.; jort' concluded can
be gauged 1 the1 figures. He
completed' mot passes (72) for
more-yards (2,250) for more touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns (4V than any other quar
terback. A deceptive runner who's I
: Ifophy rife
tm "T, S. ij i till
r ir ri'iX-"'
"...to John Umta$
by acciamaiion ol
hi fellow men
ot ihd National
Let It Snow, Let It Snow;
Bad Weather Brows' Ally
ed 171 yards in 42 groiin4 carries. .to catch Bob Waterfield's passes,
aireaay linens unnas io me oia
Ouiet. earnest and hard working
Vi iari hv .xamnle. He's master
ed the complex art of checking off
that is, changing the play on the
line of scrimmage after, the team
has broken out ot the miacue. tie
mwn tieht tussle With -the
iBears by checking off -oa fourth
mi nne situation and toss
ing pass to' Lenny Moore that
went for a touchdown, v
a a fhrawar. savs John Stead-
mn ViB Colt front office.' ?He
has more pitches than Eddie Lo Lo-pat.
pat. Lo-pat. He lobs them long; rifles them
short, N shovels underhanded in a
im. and aeainst the Rams he
even threw a pop fly forta com
pletion when rushed nara.
The brush haired blond is of
t itii.i.nUn Attraction, married and
the father Of an infant son and
a little girl, Z.
Like them, he's just beginning
n crow, as -a tootDau- piy
And at 24, he has a half-dozen
' By HARRY GRAYSON
CLEVELAND (NEA)- Working
his Browns at old League Park
here for their seventh National
Football League championship
game in eight years, Paul Brown
talked- though he wished it would
freeze up and snow.
Brown, the poach with the fan fantastic
tastic fantastic record, even turns miserable
weather into an advantage for
"When we played Los Angeles
in the play off two years ago.'
he recalls, "the Ra ns front office
wanted us to come out were some
day belore we did. But we said
we'd rather work in the snow
around her.. Our guys worked
in stocking caps and bundled up
the hest way they could. And all
it did was ram, sleet ana snow.
'W flew out the day before
the game, and when our guys start
ed to run on tne lasi tun oi ine
Tsm Aneeles Coliseum, it was like
taking a fat man off the back of
each one of mem. xoai was uuo
Graham's last game,.' ana we Deal
the Rams, 38-14."
Another reason why Brown e-
lected d-ill for two more weeks
In Cleveland is that the title game
would be played in identical wea weather
ther weather should the Detroit Lions knock
the 49ers out of the Western Divi Division
sion Division championship.
"It, wouldn't do us any gooa to
have a preference so why have
one?" he explained.
"And judging by tne way tney
tnnrkwl one mother off in that
division it doesnt make a bit ot
difference who we play. We are
well acquainted with both, and
one is as good as the other- The
only edge we could. possibly have
in San Francisco would be weather
wise. Out there, our guys might
get tnat weight off their backs
as they did in Los Angelest two
"Each year is different. The
next game is the only one that
counts," replied Brown, when
asked to explain his tremendous
sustained success in high school,
college, the service and with the
Brown pointed out that the
game was much looser than it
used to be, but that the basic
years to outdistance comparisons, plays remain about the same
"The difference is in the block
ing and the change from game
to game and play to play, he
"Brown teats you with execu execution
tion execution and influence blocking," said
Vince Lombard!, tne Giants' of'
fensive coach after the Browns
shaded the 1956 champions in the
finale at Yankee Stadium, "He
gets the defensive guards outside
conscious and then goes over them.
'He'll pulpitis left guard to the
right. The quarterback will fake
giving the hall to Jimmy Brown
over the left guard position. Jim-
'Caliche Rides Mel end ez, .
King s Pdrk To Feature Wns : :
Jockey 'Culiches Vasquez 'upperi
his record for victories in one year
to 150V4 by scoring In both ends o
yesterday's main events at the
President Remon racetrack.
Vasquez first piloted the classy
Jung's Park to an easy six-length
win in the one-mile seventh race,
then closed out the program with
a nose victory aboard Melendez in
Melendez also won over a mile,
but hia time for the distance 1:40
was slower than King's Park's
1:39 4-5. King's Park paid $6.80
while Melendez returned only $3.80.
King's Park had virtually no op opposition
position opposition in his race. Vasquez
quickly put .the handsome four-year-old
chestnut son of Tenerani Tenerani-Queen's
Queen's Tenerani-Queen's Jest in front and easily
staved off the repeated challenges
of Sculptor, although running in
hand. When Vasquez gave him his
head he easily raced off to win go
However, Melendez' backers had
their anxious moments. Speedy Ba-
cancito, second choice in the bet
ting, set a sizzling pace and seem
ed a sure winner when he veered
towards the slower inside, about
midway down the homestretch.
The strong-closing Melendez took
advantage of this and barely got
up to win in a photo. Gavilan,
which was prominent to the final
quarter, faded in the homestretch.
Melendez, the mutuels choice, paid
Favorites dominated the card
with only Filon ($21.80) and Yosi-
my 'Brown blocks the defending
right guard. The ball goes to
Lew Carpenter, the left halfback,
who goes off tackle behind the
pulled guard's block.
"Once Paul Brown gets the
defensive guard following the play,
the quarterback gives the ball to
Jimmy Brown with no block on
that guard at all."
Head Coach Jim Lee Howell of
the Giants picked the Browns to
beat either the Lions or the Rams.
Paul Brown no doubt is of the
same opinion, but he'd like more
sleet and snow.
That might get the weight oft
his guys' backs. (
terDacic. a oecepuve runner wnosi m r;; ,v, ,...a
not afraid to bang heads, he add-End coach Bob Shaw, who used
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ito ($21.40) registering upsets
asquez was the only rider to score
iore than once.
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1 Aguador S3, $3.60
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Big League Executives Making
Joke Of Rule On 'Tampering'
With Players On Other Clubs
By STEVE; SNIDER
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 (UP) -Several
major league executives,
led by Frank Lane on the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, are making a joke
of baseball's old rule on tamper tampering"
ing" tampering" with p.ayers on other clubs
in defiance of Commissioner Ford
Technically, it's tampering when
XD official of one club says oui
i-.-j h ,ontc tr make a deal for
1UUU IIC j
a player on another team and
names names, me geucii '""r
that a player involved in public
talk might become dissatisfied
with his old club if the deal falls
"Frankly," says Lane, "I think
it's a bad rule. Trade talk is the
best publicity you can get for
Right or wrong, Lane and most
of the others continue to flout the
rule interpretation made originally
by the late Judge Landis.
If Lane wants to make a deal,
he talks about it. His latest, out
of Havana, 'indicated iiCf hot aft after
er after Bobby Richardson of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees ind-or Harvey Kuenn of the
Stengel Likes Narlaskl
During the recent baseball meet meetings
ings meetings at Colorado Springs, Colo.,
names were tossed around by club,
spokesmen with considerable
abandon. Even Casey Stengel of
the Yankees got into the act, ad admitting
mitting admitting the Yankees were ex extremely
tremely extremely interested in grabbing
pitcher Ray Narleski from the In Indians.
dians. Indians. .
The tampering rule originally
was written to tighten restrictions
preventing one club from making
a talent raid on another. Judge
Landis added his interpretation
against "loose talk" some time
later to protect the morale of the
. This is a rugged time of year
for all big leaguers who like the
Clubs they played with in '57. They
go about their off-season chores
dreading the sound of a telephone
bell, an unexpected telegram or a
sports news broadcast that might
bring news of a trade.
It's that much worse when a
club official tosses a name into
the official rumor mill.
Wyrtn Wearied by Rumors
"When pitcher Early Wynn was
with the Washington Senators
yean ago, he said, "I'm sink and
tired of hearing these trade ru-
4 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
1 Balboa Division
ln the Matter of the Estate of An Antonio
tonio Antonio Manuel Arias Guardia, deceased.
Ro. MSI Probate. Notice to Creditors
NOTICE is hereby given that al! per persons
sons persons having any claims against the
Estate of Antonio Manuel Arias Guar Guar-flia.
flia. Guar-flia. deceased, are required to file their
claim, supported by vouchers, and pro properly
perly properly verified, with the Clerk of the
United States District Court for the Dis--ict
of the Canal Zone, Balboa Divi Division,
sion, Division, at the Courthouse, Ancon, Canal
Zone, or with the Administrator, Archi Archibald
bald Archibald P. Turner, c o DE CASTRO A BO BO-BLES.
BLES. BO-BLES. P.O. Box 452. Balboa, Canal Zone,
on or before the 21st day of April,
195. or they will forever be barred.
DATED at Ancon. Canal Zone this
16th day of December, 19S7.
Archibald p. Turner
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mors about me."
He said the same thing while
he was with the Indians. Now he's
with the White Sox and, presum presumably,
ably, presumably, safe from the rumor annoy annoyance
ance annoyance for awhile.
The player on a contender like
the world champion Braves or
Yankees isn't going to be dissat dissatisfied
isfied dissatisfied with his lot if, despite all
the trade talk, he's back at his
old stand the following year.
But a guy with the Cubs or Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, for whom an official offer
was made and rejected, is likely
to feel let down.
That, at least, was the way
Landis felt and he acted swiftly
to curb the talk. Once, in far
he cracked down on owner Phil
Wrigley of the Cubs, who said in
answer to a direct question one
day, "sure I'd like to get short shortstop
stop shortstop Eddie Miller from Boston.
Lane admits he has been warned
by Frick. But he has his own
ideas on the subject and he's
Judge Signs Order
Wapi To New Owner
The $3,650 sale of a 60-ft. auxi auxiliary
liary auxiliary ketch Wapi was approved
today by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
Crowe signed the order of sale
of the Wapi to Carl A. Rutherford,
a San Francisco yacht hroker.
Rut'.erford was hi eh bidder for
the yacht at a public auction
held in U. S. District Court at
Ancon on Dec. 16.
There was no opposition to the
sale. Five bidders, including Ruth Rutherford
erford Rutherford had been on hand for the
The Wapi is involved in claims
against the old owner, filed bv
the skipper, Clement Sarel, and
his wife Mariorie who was sign signed
ed signed on as cook at Southampton.
The Judge said todiv the
claims, which total $2,660 will be
settled before Rutherford can take
over possession of the Wapi,
Rear Of Waaon,
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Dec. 23
(UP) One person was killed and
25 were injured last night when
a car smashed into the rear of a
tractor -driven wagon carrying
some 60 teen-agers on a holiday
"Kids and hay were scattered
all over the Dlace." said Deputy
Sheriff (Bob Woosley. "Some of the
children had to he fi.hed from
ditches on both sides of the road
where water stoOS two and three
Jose Angel Martinez, 23. of Se-
s"n. Tex., was killed instantly
when his car struck the wagon on
n isolated road between here and
RonHolnh Air Force Base.
The teen-agers were children of
, ;,-, uonsfon military oer-
sonnel. The hayride was part of
their youth ilubV Christmii ai
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in seiui vma iian luuini
FOR SALE: A station wagon in
excellent, condition $2300.00.
FOR SALE: 1953 Willis
station wagon, four wheal drive,
motor in excellent condition,
good tires, duty paid. Call 2-
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile
Super 88, Hydramatic radio,
sun glass, two-tone color. Phona
Balboa 3767. After 3:30.
1. 1. mill n.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
155 Central Ave.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
Congress To Study
In Federal Courts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP)
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R (R-N.Y.)
N.Y.) (R-N.Y.) has called for a congres congressional
sional congressional study aimed at "modern "modernizing
izing "modernizing and humanizing" laws and
procedures for handling Insane
defendants in federal court
Keating, top Republican mem-
per or tne House Judiciary Com
mittee, said he will urge the
committee to make a broad stu study
dy study next year of recent advances
in knowledge and treatment of
mental illness that "compel" a
new lpok at the subject.
He suggested in a statement,
that the study include: tests used
to determine the criminal re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of a mentally ill de-
ienaant, commitment and treat treatment
ment treatment of such persons and wavs
to standardize court practices re relating
lating relating to mentally 111 persons.
He said most federal courts use
ability to distinguish between
right and wrong as the test for
determining a mentally ill de
fendants responsibility. But he
said recent decisions In the Dis District
trict District of Columbia departed sub
stantially from this century-old
"Justice requires that defend
ants charged with federal crimes
be tried under the same stand
ards and procedures in all fed
eral Jurisdictions," he said.
Boo Doi's, Wife's
Property To Be
Seized By Govt.
SAIGON, Dec. 23 (UP) South
Viet Nam has legalized its seizure
of property of deposed playboy
emperor Bao Dai, his wife and
President Ngo Dinh Diem signed
a National Assembly bill authoriz
ing state confiscation of the royal
property, including huntinf estates
The 44-year-ofd Bao Dai now
lives in France. He was ousted as
Viet Nam's chief of state in a 1955
referendum that endorsed Presi President
dent President Diem by a M per cent ma majority,
jority, majority, Alv's Stable Tops
PARIS. Dee. 23 UP) Prince
Aly Khan's stable was the top
money winner in French horse
racing it was disclosed in- official
figures published here today.
The prince's horses won 6s races
wiUi purses totaling $183,255.
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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.
FOR SALE: Wira Fox Terrier
puppies, A.K.C. registered, do
not shed hair. Ideal Christmas
gift for children. House 2249
Car St., Balboa.
Egypt, Red China
Sign Trade Pact
TOKYO. Dec. 28 fUP EsvDt
and Communist China have sien-
ed a trade agreement for the ex
change of 72 million dollars worth
of goods "next vear. it wm an
-The Communist New China news
agency, in a broadcast from Peip Peip-ing,
ing, Peip-ing, said the pact was signed in
the Chinese capital yesterday "fol "following
lowing "following friendly negotiations."
' 1 t' I
ROBERT E. WEISE, the United States Consul In Colon re received
ceived received a certificate of commendation from W. F. Humphreys,
chairman of committee of management, Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
Weise Is leaving the Canal for reassignment to Washington.
(U.S. Army Photq)
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GOURD COSH! Gardening experts will be hard put to top
Mrs. C. M. McDaniel f Memphis. Ten. who displays the
results of "just planting" a few seeds in her yard. One vina
sprang up, spreading over the garage" and nearby trees, and
bearing 60 giant gourds, some 40 inches Jong. Unfortunately
they aren't good to eat, so Mrs. McDaniel plans to use mm n
j our da for ornaments, bird bouses, planters, dippers, etc etc.
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masonry chalet on 1800 square
meters, fenced, all utilities, te television
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Boats Cr Motors
BARGAIN FOR 0UICK SALE:
Outboard Speedboat, .10 h.p.
Evinrude. Sea at Abamathy's or
MANILA. Dec. 23 UP) The
Philippines has refused to partici
pate in the Dec. 26 Afro-Asian con conferences
ferences conferences in Cairo. Foreign Affairs
Secretary ienxberto Serrano saia
Serrano made an empnatic
statement after Indian and Egyp
tian lawmakers arrived in Manila
with appeals for Philippine partici
The Philippines' refusal ,to join
in the conference, it was unaer
stood, was based on belief that
the parley ; was Communist-
mCIADA-T ftreet 4 P1!?.
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ArflMlMtil AS. eUta SJ K
500 color bateas celombine d ea easing
sing easing 400 far decoration In, dinig
and living roams arts af the
Americans Ave. Nacional Na.
CONTRACTORS, IULIDERS Far
septic tanks : and water outlets
in general Insist an Clayca terra
cofta pipes, specially made far
such pusposes, and resistant fa
compression and acid action. 4"b
12" plpaa af 12 cantt each.
FOR SALE: One swing vary
cheap. 45 street No. 26 and
Justa Arosemena Ave.
BUDGET HI Fl. Zenith combi combination
nation combination AM and FM raolo and
automatic record changer. Fear
speeds controlled by built-in
stroboscope. Blonde arm-chair
console with 'leather top. Origi Originally
nally Originally $350. Will sell for $150.
Also an inexpensive rape near nearer
er nearer for fun at parties, and many
serious uses.. Originally $125.
Sacrificing for $50. Telephone
FOR SALE : Christmas records.
Also classical and populars en
33 13 RPM. AGENCIAS DIAZ.
37th Street No. 6-A. open nites.
Navy Will Bolster
ABOARD THE USS TICON-
DEROGA, -Dec. 23 (UP) Vice
Adm. Wallace M. Beakley, com commander
mander commander of the massive U. S. 7th
Fleet, disclosed today that the Na
vy will bolster' its Far East strik
ing for-ce witn nuclear powerea
submarines "in the Jiear future."
Beakley also said that his 125-
vessel fleet the largest integ
rated naval force in the world
will be strengthened next year
with the new Regulus II guided
missile. The Regulus II can carry
an atomic warhead a distance of
1,000 miles at speed 01300
miles per hour; .ji"Wi .ji"Wi-The
The .ji"Wi-The 54-year.pld kFar East naval
chief, in an exclusive interview
aboard this attack carrier in the
Philippine Sea, warned the Com
munists his fleet will be at sea
during the holidays, ready for any
trouble. ; .-.
"Christmas is notorious as a
period of let down for the Amer American
ican American armed services," Beakley
said. "But this year we will be
carrying out extensive pperations
and we will be ready on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and on New -Year's."
The admiral warned that if the
Communists "have any idea of
starting trouble during the holi holiday,
day, holiday, then they re going to be
The undersea s streneth of his
watchdog 7th Fleet will be in
creased soon with atomic-powered c
submarines. Beaklev said, hut h
declined to specify when or to
name tne subs.
The United States haa fiv nn
clear-powered submarines either
operaung or under construction.
Asked if he exnecta trnnhU
the Communists in this are dur
ing the coming vear. ReabUv
i : j
The military xtrencrth nf ah
side poses such a trinwnrimi
mreai mat it has had a sober n
effort, nn finvist TJ tlesiiai mm A d-l.
Chinese Communists, as well as
the United States."
The admiral said h mniH.j
it a good sign that "verw fw in.
cidents have occurred this vear
o tumparea io previous years
when the Russians and the flhi.
nese Communists have shot down
BUILDING OWNER SENTENCED
CAIRO (UP) The owner f
building which collapsed last
month, killing 26 persons, has been
sentenced to two years imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment and a $27,000 fin. A Cairo
court Thursday ruled Imam Enani
responsible for faulty construction
of the seven-story structure. His
fine will be paid to survivors of
All Work Guaranteed
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ASUTE AS 10:00 PJ
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Thorough professional cleaning
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WANTED: Maid for cooking
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3 Killed As Train
Crashes Into Car
At Grade Crossing
HOME. Dec. 99 TTPa- -r--
iram crassed into a car at
a grade crosinc
killing three persons in the' sec second
ond second rail tragedy in Italy in less
than 12 hours.
Last night, a Genoa
rammed a standine train in tho
yards at Arenzano, killing one
person and injuring scores jf
se"i estimated fin naim.
were injured, 10 of1 them seriously
crossing accident were in the car.
Govt. To Begin
Checks, Jan. 1
WASHINGTON. Dep.. 23 rTTP
xue government' announced today
that it will begin Jan. 1 to forward
veterans Administration benefit
checks to persons who have filed
regular change of address notices
with their local post offices.
A 1936 law prohibiting forward forwarding
ing forwarding of VA benefit checks was -re-jfently
replaced by new legislation.
checks har been banned since 1912.
Last trip, Heads
For Strap Pile
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Dec.
23 (UP) The Cunard liner Scyth Scyth-ia
ia Scyth-ia ended her 36-year trans-Atlantic
career on her arrival here today
from New York. .The 19,930-ton
ship will be. broken up for scrap.
SPINSTER WRITES MEMOIRS
GOOCHLAND. Va. (UP)-Miss
Minnie C. Maneum. soinster who
emDezziea nearly three million
dollars from a Norfo'k, Vs., loan
nrm. is tynwz her memoir at
"ignt and 1 working "in the library
me state industrial farm for
during the daytime while
ner 20-year-prison. sen
JETPROP SCORES' FIRST
JERUSALEM, Israel (UP)-An
El Al Israel Airlines-Bristol Bri
tannia airliner arrived here Thurs
day night to complete ? the first
non-stop 6.000-mile flieht from
New York to Israel. The plane,
operated by an Israeli crew, made
the trio from New York's Inter
national Airport to Lod Airport
here in 14 hours, 57 minutes. I
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MUEBLERIA CAiA SPARI0:i
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S -minute car wash $1. tteem
cleaning af motor $5. waxing af
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-lsth.
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FREE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY t
n T. V., HI-FI. Radio and
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Wa have transistors for 1957
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jy Backlog Floods
1200 Left Homeless
BEAUCEVILLE, Que., Dec. 21 1
vtry 5ioiers guarded against
looting and bulldozers p u s h e d I
aside huge cakes of ice in this I
uttie French Canadian town today
in the aftermath of a river ram
page that left 1,200 persons home-1
less lor nristmas.
All roads leading into the com
munity, 65 miles southeast of Que-1
bed City, were blocked. Only relief I
convoys were allowed to enter the I
Beauceville, a community of!
about 3,000 population, is situatedl
on the Chaudiere River at a point!
where it winds through thel
countryside in 'a sharp S shapedl
curve. A rock lormation is thel
center of the S holds back ice I
floes floating down the river. Thel
backlog, unleashed by an unsea
sonable thaw, caused the river
The river rose almost 20 feetl
above normal and swept cakes ofl
ice up to 17 feet high into -the
main street, mere were no casH
ualties, but officials estimated to
tal damage at more than two tnil-l
liArt Allare I
Heliconters flew over the to
this morning to check on damagi
ana report any new ice accumu
lationsThere were fears the Meg
tie Damv1. $2 miles upstream,
would burst, but' army engineers.
saia Wert was no immediate dan
The flood water began receding
last night and the river dropped
a sharp 13 feetl It left;1 behind 25q
neavuy aamagea nomes in low
lying sections. Mayor Pau
Giguere said some of the houses
would have to be demolished beJ
cause their foundations had been
None Hurt As Fire
DUNCAN, Okla., Dec. 23 UP)-I
Fire swept the Lindley Hospita
here today but' all patients were
evacuated without injury.
A refrigerator explosion in tha
basement of the south wing of the
35-bed hospital jcaused the fire.;
Nurses quickly removed the lit
patients,,,, including two babes
without panic. They were taken tol
andother hospital and privatd
The hospital was declared a to!
tal loss with damages estimated
at $00,000. v
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CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY this year lor Roger who is cele celebrating
brating celebrating his very first Christmas since he was born six years
ago in Japan. Hugging one of his presents under the Comp Comp-ton
ton Comp-ton tree, the newly adopted youngster was proudest of all of
his new baby sister which arrived Saturday afternoon.
SEOUL, Korea, Dec. (UP)
The Seoul Police Bureau today
asked shopkeepers to impose a
han on the sale of toy pistols be because
cause because too many robberies were
being committed with the false
TODAY! .75 .40
At: 2:40, 6:00, 9:45 p.m.
Ill the untold excite
ment OF THE SOUTH-
Sensational story of
"TO HELL AND BACK"
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Pvt. Ted E. Bear
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP) (UP)-Pvt.
Pvt. (UP)-Pvt. Ted E. Bear of the U.S. Ar Ar-my
my Ar-my 6th Regiment will report of
ficially tomorrow for permanent
duty at the National Zoo
At least two generals and sev several
eral several top government officials plan
to attend the ceremony at Ted's
splashy new quarters.
The one-year old European
hrown beai serial No. ER17 ER17-441781
441781 ER17-441781 has been serving as the
mascot of the 6th Regiment in
Germany since last May. The city
of Berlin presented him to the
regiment as a symbol of U.S. U.S.German
German U.S.German friendship.
He only weighed 33 pounds then.
After six months of distinguishing
himself at the dinner table, he
weighed 170. The Army decided to
give him a new. assignment where
"his special abilities could best be
Ted's Army career has been
spotty at best. Twice he rose to
the rank of private first class.
Twice he was busted back to pri private.
vate. private. The first time he was busted
for snapping at a sergeant. The
second time he left his post dur during
ing during night maneuvers. MP's arrest arrested
ed arrested him near a subway station.
(But the army gave him a "cita "citation
tion "citation for achievement" anyway.
"His devotion to duty and un untiring
tiring untiring efforts to outwit his keeper
have helped keep the entire regi
ment on its toes," it said, "when
marching with his company his
military bearing and smartnes
were an inspiration to the regi
"His faithful and meritorious
conduct reflects great credit on
all European brown bears."
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A HAPPY LITTLE BOY arriving from Japan to Join his
family here. Shown with the PAA steward who cared for
him on part of his three-day journey Roger is surrounded by
daddy SSgt. Ballard, Compton, his wife June, and two
new brothers and a sister.
HERE'S A PRESENT for you, says Mommy. :Five minutes after
this picture was taken Mrs. Compton was rushed to Gorgas
and gave birth to- a 7 lb. 1 oz. baby girl named Mary Lucille.
"This really gives us a full house," she said Joyfully when it
-r was all over.
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Christmas on the Isthmus
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little Japanese boy wno
Just last year Tetsuo Sato was
starvintr because his Japanese
nnt siiDDort him
' Today, he is the legally adopted
Son of a loving American family.
Not only that, but he is the oldest
in a gang of four other kids, an
honor not to be bandied about
This has been a truly exciting
var for the dark-haired child, now
christened Roger Compton., It all
happened because S-Sgt. and Mrs.
Ballard Compton waniea 10 auopi
a child, rney maae mquuies ui a
missionary priest while tney were
stationed at Itazuke Air Force
Base, and that was when little Tet
suo, an underfed, undernourished,
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without snowj may seem stranje
condition, wiH be ,ulte aove.ty
big-eyed youngster firrt came to
After a six-month "trial" period,
both parties decided they were
"made for ach other,',' and soon
Roger was chatting away in Eng English
lish English with the rest of the Compton
kids, Daniel, 4, Patricia, 3, and
youngest of the brood, Mike, 14
H vtn called prttty Jun
Compton "Mommy" thrill
sht sayt shi can navar forget,
btcaus $h had baan hoping for
months tha ha would raally faal
part of tha family.
Unfortunately, when the Comp Comp-tons
tons Comp-tons found they were transferred
to the Canal Zone little Roger
couldn't come with them. A bill
permitting Jap children who wereL)Ut agftinst New York leaders of
adopted by Americans to return to
the States had been passed, but
had not been signed by President
The Comptons' oldest son bade a
tearful farewell to his new-found
family and waited in Japan with
friends until his visa came through.
Then, through an arrangement
with Pan-American Airways, Rog Roger
er Roger made the three-day trip down
to the Zone alone.
As soon as he arrived, the quick-
smiling youngster made friends
here. He became the first Comp Compton
ton Compton child to attend school when he
was enrolled at St. Mary's in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa where he is already considered
"one of the gang."
Sometimes Roger is called up upon
on upon to perform such deeds of he heroism
roism heroism at punching a bully in the
nose when little brother Daniel
calls for help.
Occasionally he rescues toddler
Mike from dangerous places like
the top of the stairs in their Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook quarters.
But above all, Roger is com
pletely at ease in his new sur
roundings, with his new way of
life, and his new-found wonderful
holiday of Christmas.'
As a real special present, besides
the fishing pole he craves, he was
on hand yesterday to welcome a
brand-new addition to the Compton
family, new sister Mary Lucille.
This is the iob he is really look
ing forward to. 1
"Don't you worry mommy," ha
fells her, "I'm going to take care
of tha baby while you just lie and
And theComptons feel that with
such a loyal young man around,
who could ask for anything, more?
On Rescue Mission
Sinks In North Sea
Iands, Dec. 23 (UP) The 1,191 1,191-ton
ton 1,191-ton British coastal freighter Nar Nar-va
va Nar-va carrying a 30-man crew, dis disappeared
appeared disappeared and was believed sunk
in the storm-tossesd North Sea to today
day today while anwering an SOS from
another foundering British ship.
All of the Narva's crewmen were
RAF planes and ships of four
nations searched for the missing
crews believed tossing in small
life boats in heavy swells and
high winds between Scotland and
The Scottish-owned Narva dis disappeared
appeared disappeared while searching for the
865-ton vessel Bosworth which re reported
ported reported it was wallowing in mas massive
sive massive waves that broke a hole in
its side. The Bosworth later was
abandoned ind all its 14 crewmen
picked up in "good" condition by
But the Narva began sending
out its own SOS signals early to today,
day, today, giving its position as about
200 miles east of Aberdeen, Scot Scotland
land Scotland and 240 miles southwest of I
Norwegian, British, German and
Dutch vessels rushed to the area
but rough seas frustrated rescue
The Norwegian passenger ves vessel
sel vessel Leda got the closest and vainly
sent a lifeboat to the. distressed
vessel, which was listing and toss tossing
ing tossing wildly.
'The Leda s lifeboat was unable
to come alongside the Narva be
cause of the. rough sea and .just
managed to get back to its own
The Leda alerted '-shore stations
to the Narva's position and con
dit ion. After standing by for three
hours, it made for port in Norway,
ring lor its own saiety.
By WALT SCOTT
BOSTbN. Dec. 23 (UP) De
tectives today investigated 1 ru rumors
mors rumors that former boxer Tommy
Sullivan was' gunned down- by
hired killers because ha opposed
a New York gang which was try trying
ing trying to move In on Boston's wa waterfront.
The 39-year-old former light lightweight
weight lightweight contender, was shot to
death last night in a gangland
style killing as he was walking
to hi 4ob as a longshoreman.
Sullivan's body was found In a
gutter about 200 feet: from his
home, his head lying in a pool of
Within minutes of his death
police began hearing reports that
New York killers had, -been Im
ported to get"; Sullivan for his
Dart In a dock labor war. one in
vestiga tor said he may have been
killed in retaliation for speaking
the International Longshore
Police said there had been ru
mors on the waterfront for
Nasser On Arrival
In Port Said1
PORT SAID, Dec. 23 (UP)
Hundreds of thousands of Egyp
tian;, greeted President Gamal Ab Ab-del
del Ab-del Nasser with a thunderous
roar today when he arrived ifor a
"victory day" celebratiod of the
Suez. i i
Nasser is to make a speech this
afternoon on the first anniversary
of the withdrawal. Aides said it
would be a major policy speech.
The huge throngs stood for hours
in a drizzling rain to cheer Nasser
as the 'victorious hero' of the Sue
Guns boomed a salute while
packed crowds outside the rail railroad
road railroad station cheered and shouted
"Port Said greets-' its victorious
hero." It was Nasser's first visit
to Port Sajd since the invasion.
There also were large crowds a-
long the line from Cairo to Port
Said, cheering and calling for the
president. A ;
Immediately on arrival lief' e
President Nasser went to the mar
tyrs cemetery to pay home to E-
gyptians who died in the Port Said
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"FLOOD TIDE,'" a" one-of-a-kind picture, successfully
combines a murder mystery, a supremely satisfying romance,
and the character study of a strangely frustrated boy crip cripple
ple cripple who, in turn, may be wistfully appealing, monstrously
deceitful and downright manant. See "FLOOD TIDE" ON
WEDNESDAY 25 AT THE LUX, in Cinemascope, starring
George Nader, Cornell Borchers and Michel Ray.
going to be killed.
Sullivan went down In a fusil fusillade
lade fusillade of bullets fired from a black
sedan carrying four men. Police
Lt. Joseph F. Doyle said the gun gunmen
men gunmen apparently hailed him as he
wis crossing the street. ;
1: The popular boxer, who was an
idol of neighborhood kids, was
struck : by three bullets which
nearly ripped off his face, Doyle
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The shooting occurred seconds
after he left his first floor apart
ment at 660 East Fifth St. after
having supper with his 83-year-old
widowed mother, Mrs. Mary
Sullivan Members of his family
heard the shots, but thought
they came from a western that
Sullivan's nieces and nephewe
were watching on television,
However the boxer's brother-in-law,
Joseph Maher, who lived
with his family on the second
floor of the Sullivan house, went
to investigate and saw neighbors
rushing out of Christmas-decor
"I pushed through the crowed
arid saw the body of a man lying
on ms oacK in me screen, Ma Maher
her Maher said. "There was blood all
over his face, but I knew it was
Fellow workmen and friends of
Sullivan said he was an outspok outspoken
en outspoken enemy of a gang of hoodlums
who were trying to muscle in on
the waterfront but the leading
longshoremen's union official in
New England denied it.
Who Made A-Bombs
Demand Wage Hike
LONDON, Dec. 23 (UP)-Scien-
tists who made British atom and
hydrogen bombs called today for
an immediate increase in salary.
The Institute of Professional Ci
vil Servants announced it plans
to ask the Atomic Energy Author
ity to grant immeidate raises to
4,000 too scientists whose current
annual salaries range between $2,-
800 and $8,400. , f
" Amount at the requested raises
was not1 revealed. ''"
.Stanley Msyne, general secre secretary
tary secretary of the institute, said the
raises are needed to Keep scien
tists from drifting into private in industry
dustry industry where salaries are greater.
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nresldent, also i said there had
been no trouble among the Bos
ton longshoremen,. fv. (.
Police said a teen-age girl wit
nessed the snooting but withheld
her name. She was quoted as
saying the llqense plate on the
killers' car began with the lettenr
Sullivan became' a longshore
man after retiring from the ring
in 1949. He lost only two fights ai
a professional and. as an ama amateur,
teur, amateur, was once New England
lightweight champion,; and had
won the Massachusetts final, the,
Golden Gloyes and the Diamond
Bine finals. 1
The famous John L. Sullivan
was his father's first cousin.
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