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y AN (DEPENDENT !V,f HE. DAILY. NEWSPAPER '? r !a. .V'.Vi
AND TO SAO PAULO -,
w Si li V: 'RIO,- ;buenos aires
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r -Lcf th9 peoph know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln." ' V wa C
" PANAMA, R. TUESDAY, DECEMBER tl. 1957
' f FIVE CENT I
"l TRAFFIC' CRAWLED ; through
the 'streets of Panama City today
as mousanas oi istnmians nurrieu
a bout doing their last minute
Christmas shopping. .' ,'
Ik.'" i y
"News about Christmas parties
for the poor dominated the newspa
pers, but some politics, crime and
other happenings were : still in tv
idertce. i 1 i
Biggest political news was: the
report that Panama would consult
with the other 20 American repurj.
lies on the feasibility of the Or-
famzation of American "states
seeking an understanding with the
North AUanUc Treaty Auiance.
The report quoted Foreign Mln
ister Aquiiino Boyd.
A (roup of close fnonds of
Presirfont Ernesto do la Guardia
Jr. will olvo him a 71 -volume
collection of British classics and
literature as a Christmas Ir- f
Mr. de la Guardia, who plans to
soend Christmas at home with his
family, 'will also be feted by ihls
cabinet ministers some time to
day. , .;;
Yesterday the President gave- a
Christmas Party for newsmen
and pubhc relations officers of
Panama and the Canal Zone.
This afternon he has scheduled
a, party for the Presidencia staff
and tonight he will attend a uirist-
jnas Party of the do la Guardia
Ma-, . :
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V tlt 11 I ti,!!1
0) &H:'li Ill' X-'
s c 5 c Ayl If 1 1 1
V r I 1
Pilf ID 1 1:
Mf Abandons I?
Plan To LaiiifthW
Satellite Here ft
' i ;
lorry c'hri.'an1 ; ri. i.ing i.oiu niia
.uux on hs ront la ui has attracted
, .4; pa,-
.i uov. "..ni "..ni-j'sMtv
j'sMtv "..ni-j'sMtv to stop ana
: Hindi Diamond)
Most Isthmians Off :For; Sunlit Holiday,
But Postal Workers earliamedyfticcs
Isthmians besan welc'ominff, the4 sunlit Qhrjstnias holiday early today.'
, v Offices thrpughout the Canal Zone; were busy closing feh,Sp byjioon. ',But firsl
they shared in that'good jolct traditional custom" of the. "Office JParty.T. -
. Peopje were cheery -iid' in, good spirit? by the lime midday rolled around, signal-1
. big the closing of the ,workday until. Thursiay .morning, t f ; r' ;
' The hustle and bustle of last minute "Merry Chrjstmases" was most apparent
at the Administration Building at,' Balboa Heights .where Cpvl WNTietn E. Potter.J dres?
e-l as usual in an immaculate white suit; walked through the hallways,jWi'shing""'alJ the
itnployes a happy holiday season.;- r.Vfc c tv ., tI
4 - .' This oersonalized touch"as in addition t6 ei official-circular distribu yeiier-
" d-y by tha Governor to all of bis worfcere.'jt was signed by members piMs staff.'; r-
lion to the employes or tne xaoau to an tno mMrt of the Caribi
' Tlirou shout the military installa-i
tims also it was a: gay morning
,j, of delebratin?, j exchanging gifts
. nd good wishes among muhtary
anl civilian employes. ; : a
It.:-Gen.' Robert M. Montague,
Commander in Chief of the -Canh-'
b -.iit Command, sent special boli-
-..l;v 'greetings to ; those in Jiis
'I onicht most, h o u s e w i ves
I'm oudhout the Isthmus, will put
t'- finishing touches to sumptuous
1. key. dinners and "declare' open
hi se to 'relatives and friends.
H-rantic last-minule shoppers In
Pjnama Citv today were bucking
b? crowds to buy-those presents
they'd been putting of getting un-
now. rarking spaces, were at a
inium.-' and :. tfsffjc Was so
vy throughout the day that!
Zone Government and ;the Pana
ma Canal Comnany here on the
Isthmus, at Haiti,, New York and
Washington for your vj outstanding
record during I the j. past 12. very
important months in- the life -of
our organization.' ; You have built
.. j -. j i i t : n k
ana wiinesacu a jcluiu uif i nil vr
felt for years to corner
v"The staff joins mo In thank thanking
ing thanking yoo for your, fine-spirit oml
the magnificent way. in which
you have m the challenges of
the vaar and I, as Governor am
gratevul to you all for a reward-;
ing association v ',
"It-Is on behalf of every 'mem
ber of the organization that I ex
tend in the true spirrt of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas our warmest wishes to mem
bers of the Armed Forces, to rep-
I J,. wa,tlng.for resentatives and employes of auxi
iliary agencies in the Canal. Zone,
(orekeopers in order lo acCom-. friends atld nei?hborg
nln" ,,iri f.V .1 J" RepubUc of Panama,
ninir open unltl lat. tonight. .i j ..
i, "n il,, i Tn- Tor you. and for your farai
IM 1 1 1 A.-
loolkids in the Zone,-. whose 4fcf ui:j. : u J
3.iy started Monday, will e"',..mnA h'vaa. ,u,h mnc
frfe to enjoy ,n their Christmas! JS
I Caribbean Command personhel
Mm k- cf.io. ':itoday received thisspecUI holiday
........ o y..v? "-"- rppt n! frnm .f,n. Rnhert M
vmg in riroves during the Iastu,
. ".."It it with great plwr that
I extend the season's greetings
"..days. These Isthmians who
h year flock back to their
uetown were being feted at hoi-
" parties tonipht.
'. '. e only peop'e not relaxing
s-e postal emrioyes. Their har-
ri looks were ce'.ting almost
psunt as they looked forward to
rne more whole: afternoon plus
rvfr;im. hc.'cre they put up the
i 1 ChnmAS card tonich.
rj a "Happy Season" bv a
n'rr one clerk grin-
;Tie cf t
it rot," he id,
-', my happiest
,-. Tourrti of July
tl Po'tcr's ni-
Monsignor Gives A:
Tip On Races y ff
In Weekly Letter V-
LONDON'. Dec. 2 (UP) Mser.
Anthony Keynolris today gave his
paristiioners a Christmas tip on a
hrrse from his "racing correspond correspondent."
In his wec'K'y news letier from
the Church cf the Most Precious
-d in 5i'i.::iwark. the pastor
s-:d c'rr"rr w?s a j: "J brt to wir
, -e i c,fn (;.: :; en the day a::er
boan.Comiwar'd and -fhoir fa ml.
iiet, Withrhe warmest wishes
for a Very merry Christmas and
a happy, and successful New
Year,, i V r
"To all at you,' who. are servin?
in defense of the Western Hemi
sphere, ther should be much sat
isfaction m the knowledge that
yout, devotion to duty and service
to your country is. making a Very
significant. .'.contribution to the
preservation of the peace we hold
so dear. ,- i
May U iof ,you find the great
est success in accomplishment of
the difficult -tusks 'that' lie ahead.
inspired by the ideals expressed
in the snint of these holidsv
Peace on Earth and Good Will to
Tivo Ccn:rc$$rr;a; 5
Arriv:3 FriJr ':
Two members of the U.S.. House
of Representative. Iris. JPV Blitch,
fD-Qa.), and Hubert B. 'Scudder,
R-Cal. are arriving 'Friday on the
Panama liner Cristobal. The Cali California
fornia California v legislator is accompanied
ty Mrs. Scudder.
r- Mrs. Blitch ls' now serving her
.second term in Congress. She is a
resident of Homerville,' Ga.. and
has been prominent in state poli
tics for many years. She is i mem member
ber member of the Public Works Commit
tee and ha been a member of the
Democratic National Committee
for almose ten years. .'
' i ,,.ij. ivi'f ;':V''?-S;::i'J5:.''
Scudder, also a member Of the
Public Works Committee, has serv served
ed served in Congress since 1948. He has
visited the Canal Zone on several
previous occasions. .
Hfs home Is In Sebastopol, Cat.
and he represents the First Cali California
fornia California District. He served with the
U.S. Army Coast Artillery during
World War II. He had held both
city and : state positions for: many
years before the war including 17
years in the California State Le Legislature.',
gislature.', Legislature.', t ;
s He and Mrs. Scudder and Blitch
are planning to return to the States:
Friday aboard th? S & Cristobal;!
FineH $1 For v v
PTtESENTn vitfi the hope of making Chrfstmas a little
1"f 4 ,-.--1,1 T,tl, f, Cnv w E potter,
i i t, f f i c . I 1 dv ;ava t
I j 1 i of the Salvation-
i.iny.' 1. A. tic K 'nis iuikets' Association also re received
ceived received a t. eck lor their lull budget amount of 42750 for their
Christmas a s'-ef program as part of the first allocations of
1957 Unite. r'i id campaifi funds. The presentation was ob-"
served byJTp M. RunneiU-.nd, execiltlve director of, United
Fund and I lp L. Steers, United Fund campaign chairman.
t ,' (fanama Canal Company Photo)
First United Fund Money
Given Mn. Time For Xmas
WASHINGTON. Dec.'x24 fUPl Th .--l
nal Zone has missed out as the site of an Army attempt
v iuuiii.ii iijc ujs rirsr sareiure. rf
. '.The Armv had .heen seek inn tnmulira a
publicity buildup such as preceded the failure of the
Navy s Vanguard satellite attempt. V
A launchiag at the Canal Zone would hare had a
further advantaqe it would be
000 mph ipeed needed to get into orbit. The nearer the
equaror you go the more you can take advantage of the
earth s rotation. ;
Informed sources todav sairi th
j ... ; .. .- ...., HMMviivnj were
advanced within Ihe Army to conduct the launching ct
However, tar .rw'f"rf-? c-t ;
to lift IU atmf iU.Uli irM an orr, will U
of the Air, Force missile test center ct C.pe Cc..-,Jh
Jhisis where Vonjuard Flopniked. 1
, Hooihgeto .make -It a happier
nonaay season, for tne needy, the
Canal Zone United Fund yester yesterday
day yesterday made its first allocation of
1957 campaign funds to the Sal
vation Army and the Atlantic
Religious Workers'. Association.
Planned so that It' would be ill
time for Christmas; $2750; was
given, to the Atlantic Religious
workers for their Christmas bas
kets and a $1900 check was Pre
sented to Major jonn A suna-
berg of the Salvation Army by
Governor, W. E. Potter, .'.United
una presiueiit. T
The $1900 fialvation Army
check was approximately one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth of their approved United
jp-una Allocation or 57aoo,pot ul ultimately
timately ultimately the Salvation Army will
receive over $18,000 from United
Fund for their 195S program due
to a heavy over-designation of
contributions to this popular
cnantame organizawon.- ::;
The Atlantic -Religious Work-
era' Association $2750 heck was
the full amount of their United
Fund allocation.', The executive
committee of the fund voted to
make the full amount, available
to them before Christmas so that
their Christmas basket urogram,
coma oeLcarriea vuu
United Fund as of .yesterday
naa received over $iai,uoa in
contributions for its' 1S57 cam
paign and even more money Is
expected. Fund officials, pleased
wren the almost 100 ner cent re
sponse, have plans to begin allow
cation of 'this' money to the 18
particlpatlne; agencies,' following
uoara or Trustee approval.
v In makins the check nresehta
tioft to Major Sundberg, Govern Governor
or Governor Potter, said. "The successful
completion of our :first United
Fund campaign leaves' us the
task of. allocating funds to uar uar-ticipating
ticipating uar-ticipating agencies,; and It is a
happy .task because we will be
able to1 finance 100 per cent f
the f budgeted needs requested
and justified." -. i.-''v,-::
"I am very pleased," he toldj
the Maior.-na cive you this first
payment-, and i know It will helD
mane a iot or jess tortunate pep-
pie happier this Christmas."
'.- tONDON, ; .Dec. -24 i;iP)-Tht
Normally- onlv one-fourth of rAjittmv uauy bketcD todsy gave
A $i'flne was'lmoosed tbdavny agency budget amount can it., "Soldier of The ;year" award
on .nhn ff Schmidt : ntnrinntl be allocated By committee action io a messouicer wno wm pro"uc
.... . 4-. iT, T TT.U. J n Phvipfm n A irtnmt m Ann nf if
nere on a visit ironi the Btates.iDor.-,io- uic : lauuwy mmtu
... r .' -. ir-i 3 i rr .l.
or failing to pass another car
7n the left on Balboa Road.
The 20-year-old American was
ound ttutlty today in, Balboa
lagistrate's Court. -N
Fund Board of Trustees meet
ing to agencies In the fund who
need money for specific projects
at this time Paul M. Rurine Rurine-'trand..:
'trand..: Rurine-'trand..: United Fund Executive
r)i-vt0r. exnlained. .', ......
a Christmas dinner 'menu of 43
items at Woolwich army barracks.
The' menu includefboar's head,
suckling pig, toast turkey, chicken,
be?f pork and ham, -seven vege
tables and assorted frills includ- -ing
a 150-pound cake. "'
Back To Let
BETHLEHEM, Jorfian, Dec. 24
(UP)-J-The barrier of hate divid
ing the Holy Land lifted at dawn
today as Christian pilgrims fol followed
lowed followed the road' to the birthplace
oi the Wince of Peace,T'"
For' 36 hours Israeli and Jor
danian border guards will,; stand
asiae io enaDie tnnstian;' Arabs
living in Israel and pilgrim from
throughout the world, to cross thei
no-man's-Jand between ; the two
countries and pass through the
Mandelbaum Gate, i -,
Some IJOO people were expCctr
ed to cross into Jordan. 't
A Roman Catholic 4 patriarch Al-
Serto Gori headed the, traditional
procession of the clergy from Je
rusalem to .Bethlehem (scheduled
at noon) to begin services in a
cavern beneath the Church of Ma
tivity,. where Christ iwas" borili
The. procfession's route after
passing through the Mandelbaum
Gate wound, dowri the- Valley of
Cedron,; past the Gardcd of Gcth-4
semane and the Mount of Olives.
and then along .the winding -road
to Bethlehem. 1
lis passage Is watched by shep
herds, who watch their flocks to-,
day-much as they did in the itime
of Christ. -' .
".Consuls-general of seven nations.
including the United. States, were
scheduled:, to attend a pontifical
midnieht mass tonight to high
light tne celebrations., v :
Israeli Labor M:n
One at thft inn Tflfcvf. UnJt
Israel, Zeev Haring, Is in Pana.
m iur a uiree-aay visit here.
, Hanng, .one of- tTnim nt fn
men that control the vast acivi acivi-ties
ties acivi-ties Of the- Hisdarlrtif Tc.-i.
national labor organization, which
consists of 600,000 members, ha
just completed a six-week tour of
LDI T 1Stat.es duru, which
1ScSir!d MverI cities
and attended the national
toon of the.AFL-Cia in Atlantic
The Israeli 'nFfiiiiT uiir r.-
Canal during his stay here, ac ac-comDamed'
comDamed' ac-comDamed' hv RiKhi M.tk.. n:,
kin, and Isaae Eisen Trai.
Consul in Panama,.
He is the tiiest n-.vAf m-
KJi i.' uorensteln of Pana-
", wuwni ne naa not seen
Haring expects to leave fomor fomor-row
row fomor-row for IsraeL
r ir ii i a in j ... "r IftSfl'"'.'
ON THE BEACH
Based on tfie BestrSsllin'n Novet1 fav, Nevil Shute
s p tiir.g n the
s s t' e season of
"Dad Mom wre '-
. doi im bed. wtnt v
j raaaa' h my
I girL Sh was 4a4.
No dogs or cata or
birds. Apart from
tlit, fefything it r
pretty WHch rle woy
- tt .
ComJr. Toweri peeftd through tha L'SS 5C0RPiON"S
Kopc. TK mo m the boat vat deserter Svot. Tkrevgk
tpeaker, Teweri atked. "WKat en riiiitot like m tkore?"
- 7 ; i Vf' i
- The Health Bureau announced
today that a full-time optome optometrist
trist optometrist Is now working at Coco Sola
hospital ,while the regular eyt
;.pecialiat la on leave,
. ';u.i. :p-" '. -:
. The replacement Is Robert t
Ronollo, a graduate of the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania State coJUeee of opto
metry. He is a licensed optilr.e-
tristin New Jersey and Permnl Permnl-vania.
vania. Permnl-vania. He also has served as
Honorarv Vice Consul for Pana
ma in' Philadelphia. ...
Speokma ef tin tote, dco n trem radiation, a i, "I d
rethef rte it thu r--, n mj a: wii ton, I. ton hae it i
it p fember m Awtralia." Tfwen wuked biM luck. The otomic otomic-eovered
eovered otomic-eovered tub departed. w 11-lt
52. Political ;
From Cyprus Jell:
NICOSIA. Cyprus, Dec. 24 (UF)
Gov. Sir Hugh Foot todav or
dered the release of 52 politic? 1
prisoner from Cyprus pr!'cr
a pre-Chnstmaa amncJ' j
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENUENT DAILX NEWSPAPEk
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, I95s
-THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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PMStaN BPIf MTATIVM. JOinUA -Uana,
? all MONTH,
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IN lUMKMNTATIVMt JOSHUA P"OWBI
S4B MMIIW Av. NIW VOBR. MT N,T
W ADVANCt ,. ,.; JO
It YOUR FORUM TNI RIAOIM OWN COtUMH
n. u.u ik aa m kfaa fa taaliia a Tha "animj Amihll
UffaU w ractivH nttfaHy d an toedbjl. J wallv mIMmUI
"TiI". mMw. a tartar daa't a tmftHM II 4m1 th
atlJ.i. lima am B.ualilkaa' lha MM! rCiVY
.,. IUm rrv la kaa tha lHrs UmitU fa aa hafta,
ier- Mtn wrlM-j to MM la ttrfcr eaaifaaae
t This Mwsar mwmm aa rMe-esiMRy laitr-a-r er esbtl
espritse' ia lr fraa. ftUn.
THE MAIL BOX
MERRY CHRISTMAS, GOVERNOR JOTTER
At a College Club luncheon held recently, the Governor was the
s.lTi i .ni h. nrtamnted to tell the guests that conditions
In the Canal Zone have changed for the better'in the past ew years.
:. , ... ... ; "u:u .... .;rfa rohan nra tilra 'mir vaca
te menuonea uie snips tm r :
tionfthe attractive things that we now buy in the commissaries ana
the Inodern houses in which we can now liye.A
He was so right. When I came down to the Isthmus about 20
years ago, the ships resembled the Staten Island ferries, and now
they seem to be the favorite ships for all tourists going toward the
r..ikk..n u navar thniirht nf huvine dresses in the Commissary.
udW i cantJsuy one in New York that IdpnXcvr UMiU
In the Zone ana at a cneaper price.
As to the houses, they were aU stray and allergic to paint, and
only the Key Men on the. Isthmus rated hot water. TheV Good )ld
Days, as some oi we residents cau uirm, are suncv Unu i..
nrifk .ii r tha chinni thm Rnvemors. are eettinc better. We
now( lnve tone-whose smile is infectious t MdJios JUll
warinr- nn. who calls vor by vour first name and iiwillinlcrar weauae newrww; lust hew
a punching bag at a "tree lor au meeung, woere uironwuitu pw
pie an give their problems to him; one, who studies the problems
and. make justifiable attempts to alleviate them.
Und come to think about It, the Governor's wives are getting
U'hffir in ft. hiitorv of tni Fimmt Canal
hasMme ever had so many teas for so many women In order to get
better acquainted with them?
If this doesn't come s too great a shock to Governor Potter, I
want to say that 1 like the Canal Zone. , ; ;
II like the opportunity of learning Spanish and of undejrstandinK,
annthar Aiintrv hettr. .21 &
I like the vacations, with the pleasant boat trips and I like the
IdesTthat if something goetr wrong with-the lights or plumbing, it Is
corrected that day.
By VICTOR RIESEL
Push aside the tinsel. Let'
face it Ihere are more than live
uiiuiou 01 our neighoors .who need
more than carols. They need word
of guaranteed a nn-u a 1 casn
tnrougnout 'on. Unless tnere's
crash program to. atop crash,
these live muiion f plus will be
unemnloyed by .February.
'ittai brines a depression close,
For that figure is far nlore tha'n
half of those who soup-kucnened it
in the Tnirfies. That depression
won t, go away or be niuaen- by
au toe taney wrappings;
If we're uard oft, economically
here at home, it aywrc- make any
aiaerence now nara we can't nit
ine enemy abroad. The Kussians
whose propaganda already mocks
us tor tailing to get a bputnik up,
now derides us tor also failing to
get our economy ou ine ground.
xi, our, prosperity crashes, our
lntercontintntai missile might i
weu. too. lor we U lose ; our ai
lies abroad. Make no mistake
bout that. They need our money
as mucn as tney. neea our, mis
M you n4 straws in- the
wind, there'4" wholeThay lead
In Datreit. It's in the uncertain
ty VYaltap Rauthar and his
technical experts te.iwlviini ;ln
Mclsien is as unnatural, as
grass skirts In an igloa clasat.
The report la that thy have
net yet dacldad lut what ta
respereus It will ba r hew
h am sure that all of us, who came to the Isthmus to live, could
have benefited greatly, if we had tried, From the location in which
We Jive, we should, have become more world conscious and more in
teresting people. v
!A very Merry Christmas to Gov. and Mrs. Potter. They de-
. Ci I've, lived in Ancon, Curundu Heights nd Panama; in a small
; city and a big cijy inhe S4tata8B;D nonre t we, x visu people living
g (The Canal has the complainingestemployes anywhere.
' S Ever since I came here there ha been .huffing and puffing at the
Panama Canal housing System. At first,witk great justification, em em-pjoyes
pjoyes em-pjoyes howled about having to live In rickety termite-ridden buildings,
p i" We'd be willing to pay more ? ent f or better housing,' they said.
' oe Zonian also cried, and how often have 1 heard it: "Why cant
- we have nice duarters-uke .those the Navjf Au Wto soior-
f fSo the Canil turned in with a bie permanent housing1 program
.. a 'Somethine was "always wrong. The layout -didn't suit mother-in-
" law). Many people found their old frame houses ''cooler." Houses
flat on the ground gave the Missus arthritis. And so on.
ti Granted that the rents lor the new houses are high, they look
pretty good when I drop in. Coco Solo looked Jike an almost ideal
i Pfaae m live ine lasi ume x was mere. -. "P j r
. J jThere will be a few inconveniences, just as therere in the States
tor (most people in. the middle salary range? witn mm kios.
j. But tot it up, people. H V: J-
.You, and those aheai or you, wanted td get out oi new unsto unsto-ball
ball unsto-ball You've been complaining, oh, so rightly, that the high rate of
burslaries and other petty crimes perpetrated in, the
Panama was such that Vou wanted to live in US-aurisdicUOnr
' jso the government makes long-term plans;' and goes to' a lot of
expense to get you out of there, xne cristooai scnooi and au tnoso
buildings are: being transferred tq Panama at millions of dollars loss
ie tne united Mates.
l ': ,4-. 'j. Vf,-. -.
1 rfh trnvarntfilTtnt hai Inns-lnrtn dans tS huild 'frtu new ouarters.
.Bulla better deal comes up. Whether yob; ar a; TJaJhocrat ot a .Re
publican you Know were s a nowi in uongrew lor conomy. ahq ii
conies from you, and you, and you. It's the way you feel 'when you
sigij your income-tax check.
" feut you don't want the government to take advantage of what Is
supposed to be good bargain on quarters (Though? I never knew
anybody to get a bargain with the Navy). Anyway, the Canal thinks
it's; a bargain. Moreover you can move' out of New -Cristobal right
lYes. it's a disappointment not to look forward to lovely new
quarters? but top ones you're being offered franofccrummy.;, 5 t
. You had art perfect right to complain, and -express yourselves.
Bull wasn't it childish of you to be so vituperative. Nasty? i- y, ;
agree with .Capt. Campbell, whom I have never seen, that it's
mu$h better to stand up and express yourself than to impersonate
a mob.... j:,tMr;P:. .'.;'
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Hear a lot of oeonle from down vour av'jre iovtrrtt'around
through Texajfc-Heard Mrs. MonnicnejwM. Ra awing "I-!. ine
sights of Austin.- T3. don't like me since Morgan put in his
littli paper in David that Mr. Monnlche was such a valuable
marl that the Canal was paying him a bite retainer to hold
himl around and I corrected it by saylns; T3. was a foreigner
'and it would take an Act of Congress for him to get a cent
out pf the U 5. .Treasury. Sometimes tbe truth hurts. ,,
Cres and traffic are taking a heavy toll and a few tor tor-s
s tor-s over the country have accounted lor many. 'Hit. Texas,
. therl moved East, and is now moving on Texas and the, Caro-,
linai v:- -j: J v m.
From the way people are spending, this Is folna; to be
Chrstmas to be remembered. Stores are crowdedvand it's bard
ts get waited on. Made a trip with Frank to the Kill Top
Modkl Market, and was surprised to find what they have. Mov Moving
ing Moving but to tbe-customers so you don't hare to go down town to
get frhat you want. , ,
ust heard a man named Smith so much static, couldnt
t well ef Austin, Tex, was killed at Arlington. Texas. I
f eaf it was Ramsev Smith who sold out to the US in Panama
andinoved to Austin, Tex. He has a married daughter living
to Arlington. ' -;:t;,
jThank so many of my trlends in Panama for rememberrnf
me.- But dont know wbafs the matter with Sam Davis at Bo-
juee unless he is too busy txainlns; his twin sons.
ifv cards that reoulred no writing went S4 strong I haif to
'. get bore and a 4w more will go out soon. a; 5
ry wished for a Merry Christmas, sukT a Kappy Kew-Year
to il - :
W. J. (Pf Wright
The Auto Workers' Union excu excu-tive
tive excu-tive hoard meets Jan. 4. It will
talk for a weik about whether to
push for the four-day week or
demand heavy cash increase. Then
the problem will go to a steering
committee made up of. three or
four members .from the union's
19 regions.'r.Thefiiithis Vsrouw1 will
Hnaxe its wage xecommenoauons
tor a iuii puouc aeoate at toe u-
Dion's special national convention
in Detroit, on Jan. 21. That will
bring the UAW up to the econo
mic deadline of Feb. 1, when to
day's 3.500JW9', jobless are epext-
ed to spar ,tf4,w,.
Just how we rolled into this
near-depression will be the news
of the new year and the air
waves will be filled with expert
voices. One thing is certain, how however
ever however the. labor leaders will put
the blame on retrenchment. They
will say that the avalanche was
started by the first curtailments
in defense plants. They will spin
their arguments around these fig figure's.
ure's. figure's. ;
Jt least 17 per cent of the air
craft and missile program was
slashed by the Pentagon and
still is being trimmed despite all
talk to the contrary.
At the beginning of the missile
program there were 909,000 work
er-sin the defense field, which
draws 00 the auto, steel, electro electronics,
nics, electronics, glass, rubber, metal, and
other vital industries for supplies.
That was 1 wo years ago. At the
last full count, there were1 864,000
workers in the missile and air aircraft
craft aircraft plants. The estimate for this
month is below 850,000. The lay layoffs
offs layoffs are still coming at this ve very
ry very minute. By January, there will
be less than 800,000 working.
Therefore,-from the high point
in May to the iirst of the year,
there will have been lost to the
industry at least? 109,000 skilled
workers, on whom depend ; much
of the economy of many cities
and on whose skills depends the
almost tender assembly of the tev
enty foot missile
' Last April, the work week was
42 hours. Suddenly this was
slashed. As of Sept it was 40
hours. Now the work week and
I mean now is still being cut
by two hours by Pentagon dollar
watchers.. This means that the
unions find their members work working
ing working a 38-hour week, v i v t
Therefore.' about 1 one-sixth less
labor is going into our aircraft
. : 1 m 1
ana guiaea. rn issues pgoram. 1013
means that there have been cut cut-bakes
bakes cut-bakes In: all the allied feeder in industries,
dustries, industries, .especially- steel and e-
So, one of the first drives vpy
Outshines Them AIL
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nuuflsotun. Morocco. Mnn urmer. u ne jives oir ;,nstn"
American soldier's abihtv -to -ad- m will have to Dsv''orilv.7n,mK.(a!"'
just mm sen 10 nis .-surroiinaings ir mat dinner, it ne lives on tne
No Man s Ah Island
By BOB RUARK
continues to be the most modern
miracle of aa, age 'which'- may
send rockets to the moon.
Here in Africa, three fo five
thousand miles from Washington
or Wichita, Shreveporf or Shn
Bernardino, you'l, see- Christmas
decorations and Christmas prepa preparations
rations preparations just as beautiful and just
as homelike as any in- the- above
oase, he gets it free.
1 ,tuil H
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' It malra. M "'trfaMrtA -fca iBUUO,
' aiasaa.'v-y iiu wiuwicIVW 1Idt U1V LyJ
, OF FRIENDSHIP
Ana,, secause ine American ni. .'.m
dier, whether he reads tne' Bihie -a.
ur not, nas an inherent sense r-of '!
Ldii gone out m iui wav in tnn,-
l lertBiir ran1 i. . 'i
- W faUB 1 UHIIUIgl'
American GI is thousands offrev,-m,m It, t .,1.,.
miles lrom home or that he's Sur LiatSiiTS Aalr Ptr&
m,n)a k . m.' i. "oujsseuT nas been nun n lsT
nas neen puttini
luuiiuou ur mum tsiii uiiimiHiif.iT j. t.t.
that does not pay homage "to J1 basa romm.nerjr0n frod
in ui ocean ornnanuifas '. ...
rur mnnrnu iNav'h.iiA'i. 'iiiwi
; fv 4iaw uecn but l
The business of civil defense, in
time of any sort of war, wheth
er it was Inluns with arrows or
the possibility of bombs in the
last one, has alwaya been of a
confusing -nature. But I think that
the most recent' idea of spending
some 20 buuon Duels on sneiiers
gainst potential atomic fallout, in
tha event the Russians start to
nlav rough, is kind of nonsensic
al. Better they took the dough
and blew it on offensive and
If for the sake of argument,
theV could build enough shelters
to hold every man, woman and
child in sreater New York City,
lust how long could you feed
them, provide medical attention,
and kn them waterea? witn
your water and foot supplies pol
luted irom ine isiioui, ana jour
transportation virtually nil, what's
the point? i
No man is an island. .If you
have lived in any large city,, you
know that a fine film of rain can
hopelessly snarl traffic, and an
inch of snow creates pandemoni pandemonium.
um. pandemonium. It'll take you a couple rof
hours to fight clear of vNew -York
on a summer Friday, and the
Bumper-to-bumper brigade, even
on the big throughways. moves by
Inches on Sunday evenings.: One
small accident, one. flat' tire, -can
snarl up the superest' superhigh superhighway.
way. superhighway. j 14 "i
A coal striker s milk strike, a
delivery truck strike, can para-
a - . '
ilyze a city in days. The life of
the city comes xrom wiwout,
which is to say that it depends
upon the farmer and the trans transport
port transport people for its daily .b r e a d
and beans. Even its drinking wa water
ter water comes from out of town.
If floods or droughts without
can suddenly shift the price of
beef and bread and cotton for
clothes if a squall of storm or
strike can speedily heat a great
city to its knees I fail to see
how the construction of elaborate
shelters against the' pall of atom atomic
ic atomic fallout would provide much
more than expensive tombs.
Thts is assuming, of y course,
that everything above ground.
such as reservoirs, fields of food,
warehouses and cattle corrals, sre
made mordantly,; radioactive by
I think hv now the average' A'
mencan has a pretty fair idea of
what will happen to his land if
enemy bombs in quantity' are al
lowed : to fau. The ininal expio.
Fions" tould be weathered' and
the rubble cleared, but an tom-
ic- among from a tremendous
number of bomhs is undefenda
ble. Neville' Shute, in his .recent
book, "On the Beach," makes
the point terruyingly clear.
it seems to me to oe too late
to worry about passive defense,
which in these days would be tr
matter of head-hiding, at best. If
we do get smacked goo, whether
mas exists another week or
is largely unimportant-
and. no matter where ho. is., he's
celebrating it.: i
wiwaiu. Aii. f. -Ria-' v'rvir.ii.B' .coUang oio toys:, renaintina
you'll see each barrack; competing tr ;tC;r""! J"" w cmidrea,;
nr tha hint rhrioim.. rfonrii., uou-ujr iuur ocean imirn, ..
. .W wu VHAIUUItMO.., UV,U.UII Ithfl. .!!.. ...11. . T-
as a vim v anaomeumcs" more
u,cvwtvi'.iiii ) iauj ...vumiuuiucjf
oacx nome. , r
Over the recreation center at
Nousseur Air Base : you : will' see
reindeer leaning toward ithriAfri
can horizon, and over the vehicle
maintenance snop 'you will sea a
silhouette of va' .- wrecker 's- truck
rescuing banta CJaus
The truck has nicked im Ru
dolph the RedJVosed Reindeer and
is towing Santa's sleigh-with oth
er reindeer inside -r- a mute re
minder mat v JNouasseur's vehicle
maintenance corai can rMma a,
Col. Bob Haneestrom of Hnho-
Ken, W.J and Walt Hvzer of Phi-
ladelpbia are a long way from
horn, but they even make the
wneeia of the wrecker truck re
volve snd the electric-heht road
under Santa's: sleigh twinkles here
in Atrics as etiectively as any e
lectrical extravsganza illuminat
ing Times Square.
AZORES CIT ARCTIC TOUCH1
" 7 V "''f V. 'wi(-.,;.-iri,. &"m
To mt Chrlstraai doesn't Wm
Call it an arms race if you f M m Greeniand la8t jSc
will because that Is what it is tii tim
uuv aceiiia- jogiwai .uiai xnere's no snow, ho Ice. ho 30-
uiujr uvj St Dsiuw temperature or other touch-
wita our Russian friends and to es of winter usual nKiatarf
top (them we can. There has to ,vith Christmas 3
be some sort of profit motive in I To be sure, Harmon Air Force
we noouium nusmess, wcai or in-1 ase in iNewioundland gave an
ternational, and I can't see the '.irctic touch to the Azores by
Russians inviting co destruction sending 800 Christmas trees and
10 maae an laeoiosicai point, u iu. jcusene Kcnavar r 'rhfam
I 1..,- J j v ..i.l.i .. .. : .
everjoouj h ueau, who gen ui
speaq the loot, 'and on what?
The Consahdned Edison peo
ple tearing up a street in New
York to fix a leaky pipe, can sue
cuessfully immobilize a whole sec
m.iu.u;. uuTnvci, Aifc;,. waa iu
palm-studded desert country quite
similar to this in Africa j. that
,nrist was porn, v so Christmss
tor o itown. Txyuig to get trom "e anouio come much- nearer
West to East or other w a y reproducing the physical sur
round 4uri -1 the theater rush "unaings ot mat day whe Jo
DoSnital W an "' :
can orphan, by "the TM..""
hurly sergeant led a httlafi''
2159 f!S hne and""
piate with rhrf.-.--
fioouiaa. i-r. .T-7i, r-"""fn
o to ttTESl or the chiS sur'""
eon ss he lad 5. ,ur- i
mess halt ,rT;
A rVeSTn airmai. I.J
. mi eyes bulging.
Another hnv hHr.naA i
than .,JlJ''LiW.,', motner-.
uT.T'S"', r c os-
. uavaaw aiai watea ' jv
crowdec Mptl .children too exefted
Wei00 bm t0 &k
w over andrtha
hy to receive the present SrfS
vuaocu ior afh :
of them. "uu weiT
thPnL"t00d ba,Uul Bd timid tfrV
tte presence of such tmaceustori?
nines ann tha
Wndly Americans actin .. .Ti;?
samehow managed to pack all ft Americans acting as Santa y
800 into one plane, t ?''Mk1r"ua' .
Actually, however, at was 1n
hour lsywe.i nigh impossible.
A visitation of fog and' smoke
and fumes make a semi lethal
smog, which may or may not
sepn and Mrv ravt ld ta K1 .l
hem nearhr 2000 vear a en.
juonxeys similar to Joseph's are
still one of the most important
carriers in Africa, and not far
saaavey erauvaar aaaea Vfa i: JUtmj i ,svi, i -
contribute to lung cancer. So tf from here is a camel mart where
you multiply the disruption by
million add. panic, plus undrink-,
able water; inedible food, and un-
breathable air, I think we might
another respected beast nf hnrrien
u traded like old cars at home.
in contrast, hlobemasters come
swooping down on the modern
as well save our 20 billion bucks f T.yoClA?eric"a ,tagenu1'
for shplter v v i. 1,48 Pced .in the desert, carry-
tor sneiters. , 1)g everything- jeeps'to aiJ..
To my mind we might all have
more fun if we declared a divl divl-dent
dent divl-dent on the potential tax increase
and spent the dough on w i n e.
women and race horses while
we're still here to enjoy them,
the usion people in '58 will be
a campaign for heavy' government
spending to match the early Thir
ties. This Is how one. of labors
top policy' makers, put it the oth
er day: V --
I . : t
H'We'-will alert the country to
the fact that we are beaded for
a depression. We will yell that
we need our strength if we are
to be a force on the internauon
al front. From, the start, the Com
munists have said we'd be in a
depression. So we will ask for
more missile production, .more
schools, mors roads and more pub
lic works to keep our economy go
ing. .- .
To bes of good cheer we have
to help those who want to return
to the Thirties. : v
I NaT I
i ,wjiy" i i to
it a-L' t( ii,
Th iintfllhit follitVof the hol
iday la best expressed by the
laughter, of. children, : their en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for a new toy, and their
sllverv voices lend lug enchant
ment to carols, Of course, the
nicest people in the world are
kiqs. rnev are-not r iuc, uuir
verv. verv wise..ruR once con
ceded 'that his young hephew
gave him tne most- memoraoie
lesson inishrewd diplomacy. The
vouncrster had : delayed until
March to thank his. uncle for a
Chrlstma gift.) His note stressed
his delight with the present and
rnnclilriafl with a W11V aDOlOKV.
"I'm sorry I dirffl't ttianx you ior
mv nraanf. hfore: It 'would serve
me right if you forgot my birth-
The traditional amicable rela
tlong between Mister and Miss
Smallfry and. Mister jouy Hono-
hn era the insDlrauon for count
lax whimsical Ules. The follow
in? la a samDllna- of chuckle-
worthy missives hopeful tots
have dlsnatched to Santa An
8-year-old doUwr6tet "t have
,.;re k mm : -..I,
ani' i r Mil ri i i
I f I imiiMAII I a LilVlalM atMI
UU IIKIICII I I IMCW I UI U
rtna (Inter and raV doz dowtiatalssi f
had twelve puppies, oive mm a
horse. I have a cat upstairs and
hate you sometime for the cat.
We need people for the Christ
mas tree. I can speii constant!
Another darling v relayed a
breathless confession to tne
North Pole: "I'm a fairly rood
girl I am very good for Motrrer
and Daddy sometimes, im going
to try and be yery .good until
Christmas. PA Please hurry.H
A candid voung correspondent
sent this communique: "All our
family's money is going tnis year
buv anotner sister to pi ay
with, Mt brother and me like
toy better" ; 4 ":
We live by our imagination as
well as our intellect The scope
of a ehild's vision has a touching
slmplicty snd thouehtful signifi
cance ; 4 During world w ar u.
Londoner endured tne most
dreary Yuletidein their history
it wm we time wnen tne city
was ripped and burned by the
blitz. In one air-raid shelter a
youngster said her prayers,
words inspired misty-eyes among
those who listened. After repeat repeating
ing repeating ttMTcustomary "Now I lay me
down to sleepy she added: "And
God, please protect Mummy and
Daddv -from, those German
bombs. And do,' dear God, take
care of Yourself because if
anything happens to You, we're
.".Ironleatly," th elders who are
responsible tor the education of
children have so mucn to learn
from them. YOunester are Inti
mately-acquainted with the
meanlnff bf love and communi
cate it long before they master
the ability to speaK. Tney per perform
form perform the miracle of seeing Para Paradise
dise Paradise bv looking Into their hearts.
. The foreeolna- is delightfully
exemplified by the story of, the
Sunday t school teacher who
sousfht to impress, her. students
with the precepts symbouzed by
the holiday. Later .the pupils
were requested to fill out a rout
ine v Questionnaire. One query:
"Who will always know where
you are?' 41
A little boy answered it by
writing simply: "God.", ;
I'd father be beautiful and
" The poignancy of a child's sim-
nle faith Is always encnantmg.
Another tiny sweetheart once se
renely Informed her teacher:
"I'm drawlnor a nlcture of God.
It will be my Christmas present
for you" . Tne teacner asxeo:
"But how do you know what God
looks like?" . The youngster
logically explained: fThat is why
T am drawing Him. I want to
Ta a gayer and more irrever
ent mood there's the classic
about Miss Cutiepie who was lec
tured by a Sunday school teach
er that beine good was more im
portant thin being beautiful.
Confident that her message hd
Denetrstfd. the teacher turned to
one bright, uplifted face and In Inquired:
quired: Inquired: "Mary, what would vou
rather he beautiful or good?"
mere were no aouc-ts in Ma
ry's mind. She promptly respond-
The encounters between de
partment store Santas and r.hll
dren have resulted in some mer merry
ry merry Moments'. Mlstet3Ctfngle once
listened to a lerlgthy Recital of
renuests oy an amDiuous tot ano
assured her he would do his best
to fulfill her requirements." Be
fore she departed Santa handed
her a bright red apple . "What
do .you want Santa to do now?"
ner mother inquired.
: Tlie moppet snapped; "Peel It!'
1 undoubtedly, the most amsz
lng reouest experienced bv a de.
partment store Santa took place
m Macy's last year The Incident
definitely estaoiisned the, tre
mendous influence of the nff
clear age. :A.; tot toddled over,
perched himself on Santa's knee
and proceeded to tell him what
he, desired most for Christmas:
A Geiger counter. V
And this year they're probably
' ; ''.
Mary Martin writes In McCall's
that her most exciting Christmas
hnpeed when she was 8-vears-old.
- She received the tfft she
wanted r Boxing gloves. She im-
mediatery culled on the cloves.
walked up to the nearest Kttle
boy (her weight) and belted him
'n the mouth. Mary knocked out
two front teeth and her parents
compelled her to hang up her
eloves .forever. However, she
prew no to be a champion. As a
stir, she's a knockout ; ,
bf course, kids derive more de
light from toys than misers find
in gold. There have been some
unusual repercussions when the
Bia- Day arrives. One youngster
found, a nln cushion amonr her
other triftx on Christmas morn
ing. The IHtle gin then nlaced
the followlr"' note next to tne
fireplace; "Dear Santa: Thank
you very much for your presents
And I alwav wanted a pin cush
ion, although not very much."
, In contrast, ; also, jet bombers
and f lghtersf roar out at dawn for
target practice not far from the
rea where the, Wise Men hailed
tne mrtn of Jesus with the hope
as. a . a a ar
uiai peace on eartn nad come to
The American soldier who is
maintaining and operating these
weapons of (war in enntradiotinn
i tne nope that Christ cherished
for mankind wnuld nrafai- itnt n
lie oomg wnat ne is doing. He
would rather be hdm& w. a
However, as rftitfld "afwur ha
has an amazing ability to adjust
muiseu io any surrounomgs and
this Christmas he will ha hl t
participate in community pagents,
church services, and entertainment
as whole-hearted as any b a c k
He Will nartalra nf a 'turban
dinner, as gooii,, as ny at, home.
...tar nf 1870. a man
was oui iw a ......
iT St Paul nd PacMe JU flroad.
.described at in f
atreaks of rust and th right of
'wav." Thirty years later, that
WI. t Tames J. Hill, COB-
f r YZJ": areat railways
;rh..NorweVt: the Great J-V-Northern
(the JL n n-'
' n-' the St. Paul and i ..m (
c Northern Pacific nd.t.i. L.
i-cago, Burlington and Quincy,!,,
w He gav himself the title "Ern-
-pire Builder.,-,, :0
C Britannic Jr. SneyeJopoia4jff:
Ourr'alneere good vtrishos to
1 iti'all our friends and Patrons!..
for a joyous Christmas-"
; I tnd-. .h8.ith, happiriesf
: i jan roiperity throughout tha
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, '1937 '. i) -Jit . X'rr
TH TANAAU AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSfAfER
PARIS, ; Dec, 24 ,(UP)-Technt-;ians
in France'! nationajired ra ra-lift
lift ra-lift and television' itations threat
ened an almost' comDlete halt td'
Way; to their hojiday broadcasting
fccneauifr in a new. demonstration
f serums domestic problems: tats.
n Premier f. eli Gaillard'a, gov
' Stace Hanas ur fans', live auie
bupporled theaters a ready are out
ion stnxe lor pe noaaay season.
Jalthough three o '. the theaters are
(continuing performances -J w 1 1 n
naKesniu arrangements, ,, ip. :
I -ri-p ra(ji0: and television' work
ers planned to limit their ji daily
jbroadCrfsts to three; short- Jiews
Summaries and. recorded music
prom :U?0 p.m tcday unul a.m.
f Uniol- tepresentatives met, untif
law last nignt: wun minisiry oi
inforntstipn 1 oJicials 'to discuss
iheir demands for increasedages
and better working conditions, i v
, A final decision was postponed
until (his, morntog.;.7n;.f -g.,.
GaillSrd's government has een
resisting new wag? demands by
civil servants on groundsthat the
nation-cut-to-the-bone bud e e t
Icannot, atqrd any additional ex-,
!pense.-.-;;,;(.v-ut i ir" V
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Jif To Slaiid Trial
WIS'C&NSLN RAPIDS WIS. (UP )
Circiiit'sJudge Herbert J Bunde
sam .today psycmatne experts at
Centra State Hospital have' found
that coo essed ikil er and butcher
of women Edward Gein, 51, is not
mentally, competent to stand trial
for his crimes.
The judge extended the commit
ment of the 'butcher of Plain Plain-iield'it
iield'it Plain-iield'it the, hosprtal for further
observation until a date is 1 set
it Jil. 'J . ma' .1 ..II.
wumo a ween or iu aays lor
a summary court Inquiry into Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin s most bizarre crime case,
Bunde said' "after 'careful rpa fl
ing and study." of the hospital re
port, lie concluded Gein "is not
iuiiy capable of fully realizing the
consequence of any acts, and he
is not competent or fully capable
o' acting in .hi: own behalf in con consultation
sultation consultation with his attorney."
Gein, who kept a "house of hor horrors"
rors" horrors" for years at his farm four
miles west of Plainfield,; has ad admitted
mitted admitted slaying two, women .and
robbing nossiblv a' dozen craves
to build jm grisly collection of hu human
man human rmflins ... .y ":,-,'
. toj,,, a-ojfcjav.
It Is believed he will be com
mitted permanently to the hospl.
tal for criminally inaan at Wan,
sun, wnere ne was sent Nov. 23
THE ANNUAL tOMMlO tfi vi mwmisciuwi. iWv
Cristobal Y.M.CX was held recently in the- Brazos pelghts
Country Ciub on the Atlantic Side.- This was also a recognl recognl-tion
tion recognl-tion dinner fo" Judge-E. I. Tatelman who hair been a memT
'SJt toe committed for the past 25 years.At thlsnner
Tatelmfiri received certificafe of commendation "dhe
vma Kev. Tatelmin Is seen receiving the certificate jof f.
commendation" from :w,. P. Humphreys, chairman pi me
... '- committee. -(U.S. Army Photo)'
Cbuii$e)li For Graham Crusade :SS
mm ""l' 'A ' I viV -"W- v f 7V
s.ieei un uotn biaes ui ismmus
Th& nrst class sessions j, for
counsellors to assist in BUlv Ora
ham's Panama Crusade were
held last week on both sides of
the Isthmus with a-total of over
450 voluntary church workers.
Last Tflesday,n the Atlantic
side. Rev. Reginald Whextley. T,
rrankland and Esilda M'kaluna-
her conducted, the meetina1 that
included 50 Spanish and Si Fnv-
Ush, oeaking connsellora. i The
sessions were held at the New
cristooai Metnooist cnurcn at
7 ,p.m.. 'i' : ;
mmainB at the Tivou crossing.
o5 counsellors gathered -last
Thursday niht for the first
classes to be held on the Pacific
side of the Isthmus. Rev. Robert
Oussick of the. Redeemer Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran ChurcKinstructed 115 Eng English
lish English speakine workers with Rev
Robert, iAeuirre of : the Four
Square Church teachings 150
Spanish speaking workers. At a
rerjeit meeting on Sunday after
noon, 1 4:30. another 100 coun
sellors tnet ror instruction witn
the ame teacher. .. '-
' The Pacific meeting included
readingof scriptures bv Rev. pe-
drp Barberto of the PanAmeri-r
can institute. Barberto stressed
trt the workers. "TltriM' Vinnir
bus men are the same in regards
to $nj nfWj, ijOr aivawon.
" The groups Were given, encour encouragement
agement encouragement iln their-work; by Revs
I.eland Edwards, chairman of the
Billy Graham Panama. Crusade
and .director of the Four Square
Churches in Panama. J; -.,; ;
, ,-f --' y v '.V.
The next meetings are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for the Atlantic aide this
evening at V1n the New Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Methodist Church and at the
old commissary bulldln' at the
Tivolt crossing on the- Pacific
side, next Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
and Sunday at 4 p.m. The Sun Sunday
day Sunday meeting was set at 4 Instead
of 4:30 as originally announced.
To You all
, from us
'English'.- dU'di American Fabric
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SEOtJT.- T)p i 94 TTP1 Tho
troops lot the U. S. ,1st Cavalry
Divisidn strung out alone the bleak
&orean truce line naq one con con-solatiop.
solatiop. con-solatiop. today, ..tljeir. Christmas
win pe-wmt?.- c, ,
A tresh blanket. of snow added
sparkle to the. scene for the men
who cannot relax, eyen for Christ-
Throughout the .Republic'-Of Ko
rea, ;50,000 .Ametican 'soldiers
maae tne oest of he holiday sea
son; aay from home and Put fin-
isning loucnes 10 wnristmas trees
and decorations k
Mess sergeants w6rtt the hislisK
The- Army orders were 'td- "lay
it on." Printed menus have been
aismomea. . i r ...
,The men will sit down sto roast
trtm turkey," surrounded by fresh
shrimp ocktaiJ. dressing, rranher
ry sauee,. .eiblet eravv. snowflake
uuiamss, giazea sweet potatoes,
ici LHte sajau. rensnpt nnr rn c
fruit fake, egg nog ice, cream,'
xi -in-, tiuib, canay, jconea. uea and
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v .iianyo ui s planned to give
Christmas parties for war orphans
inc'u'line one bie clehration in
Tgu for 1.100 homeless chUHren:
,Kacft- Armv unit has a f!hrii.
mai,fi!ee imnorted from Japan.
i.uura onr "-.aj ls torbidden in
wood-ihort Korea. ;
Scia1 relioMx sprvippn will "K
hl(. France Carriin.il Snpllman
Nefr. York. roVinu his sith
Christies visit, will arrive In Se Seoul
oul Seoul onXhristmas eve and will hoH
speciar- services in the city and
rear me truce ine. ; .,
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CHATEAURO0X. x-CHATEAURO0X. France. Dec.
24 (VP) V, S. Air Force planes
based in Trinoli anA Rftlian Air
Kp.-vrua. unita urarhiHi Iftdav or a 1 1 t T
USAF-jet trainer which 'eft here 2 TVV-'.
yestefdaymorning and Then dis-t.f "'- ".
Only the nilnf hnu mm I"
. withhrld, was aboard the T33 train trainer
er trainer when it took oft from head-
aarfpr central sip tnaturlrl frtr
Eiie air'irid yesterday at USAFJ A
FIRST CANADIAN FIRM IN THE COLON FREE 3??-,
the first shipment of drugs of Charles E. Frosst r Col. of Mon Montreal.
treal. Montreal. Canada arriving in the warehouse oi the Colon Export St
Ajerrclas' Towas' Arias, Mario Julio, Everardo Xhique, Manacr
Of tn,:ree lone,' VJlllora D. ;nauuru, juaimsw ;- vuivu
m Jmport, Tonus Arias and Eduardo Lanuza. .H !tl 'y
; "'Felixl, Branch Store will remain. OenL f
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our aislotners and jnenls I'ii
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TVUSa!Air Force "it ibeelusl. J llLilZA S Tocumen r
fir-: h Tri-oi is roorr-;--Hng the v v ---Ij' Hotel "El Panama"
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TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER J4, I957
Ji mil L cJ y UUJmut ym 10 J 40 3-074I Hmm 9:00 d W :m.mlf.
MISS MARIE LOUISE CICERO, whose engagement to Mr.
1 James W. Morris is announced. Miss Cicero is the daughter
l of Mr arid M. Joseph J. Cicero of Balboa.
(GOVERNOR AND 1 MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER, DAUGHTERS
WILL ENTERTAIN WITH PATIO PARTY ON FRIDAY
1 p" Governor and Mrt. William E. Pottet "and. Misses Joann
r and Susan Ptter will entertain with a patio party at the
r Governor's residence at S p.m. on Friday.
of Balboa announce .the forthcom
ing marriage of their daughter Ma
tie '.Louise to Mr.-James W, Mor
ris of ialboa. The' ceremony will
take place -on lt.ti:-rm;:.
Hoih bride-to-be and prospective
groom are attending Canal Zone
schools. Mtf Morns 11 empipyeo
withthe postal division. I
No invitations nave been issued,
but friends of both families are
invited to attend the: wedding and
reception. The time ana piact.wiu
be announced later.
Mr and Mrs.- F. R Jehnsen
Will Entertain i.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Johnson will
entertain group of their friends
tomorrow evening- with Christmas
dinner at their KaJboa weigntr
nome. 1 s
Heme From 0.C.S,, A
Far Chrixtmas Leave !& j
Frank R Clavcomb Jr.of Of
ficers Candidate School Ft. en
nine, Xlt. sorttoi Mr, and Mrs,
Charles E, Ramirez tf $1 Coco,
Panama, has arrived to spend his
Christmas -ieavewub his parents.
It is believed that this is the
first time that a candidate of the
Officers v Trains School, at Ft
during his stay at Officers Train
ClaycomB Jr;Tenfisted from ;the
Canal Zone 4 Fehruary 1957 while
attending Ms Uoiieee, ans was sent
to ort ua( New Jersey. While
there he met the requirements for
admittance to Officers Candidate
School and was sent to Fort Den
ning Ga., where he is expected to
complete nig training in July.
Y MRS. MURIEL. LAWRENCE
''; '.''r'v;.',Vvv-i'','f'i":l' v
'OUR 'daughter's best friend has
been given one of '.the new syn synthetic
thetic synthetic fur'toats, '
Next Saturday we'll go shopT
ping with Doreeh for her new win winter,
ter, winter, H'lothes. From the- rack of
simulated beaver v coats, she'll
Lseize one. put it on and run back
to us. crying. it's mst like is.-
die'sl 1 Vantitl It .will wear for-
.!. IJU. .lk COII."
' Nervously. we'll say. "I told
you we can't afford it. Please
take u off, dear, and try on this
nice, wool one.-t
,.,1)oreensl face will irbwn in re
sentment as the ; sa wsltdy nejps
her into vthe.; cheaper coat. With
false pheeifulness, we 11 say, "Now
isn't.' Ihat berowiinr-''. Just look.
at ydurself in the. mirroci
-But our Jaoghtar"wftJJit look in
the mirror. With her face set
stonily against the image of her herself
self herself in the wool -coat, she'll say
sullenly,' JU Edie's parents can
give her coa ?Tke she got, I
don't jee why you cap't give one
tome."- : -I
ALL out; pleasure' in providing
winter warmth: for JDoreen will
drain dut of '-utV-In- a Silence as
discouraged as hers we'll go
home together with the good, gtur-f
dr. unwanted wool eoat.
This young varlwayf asking
us to (compete with other, p ar ar-ents.
ents. ar-ents. 'v '
, We do 1 not have to -compete.
Though competition r may be i th
like of trade, it can be death to
parents' sell-respect. -r
When we allow Doreen to rate
our coat buying performance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst that of Edith's mother, we
prove only that we are j children
oui selves. : 1 1
The need to match the perform performance
ance performance of Edith's mother ,11 hang hangover
over hangover from our need a s a child to
match the successes "of "our broth brothers"
ers" brothers" and' sisters.' '
WHEN Doreen reproaches us for
not giving' her the same privilege
Mrs. Jones nas given r-aun, me
discoilraeement we' feel is the
same discouragement ; we felt
when pur 4 ;. parents, saidi, "Why
can't you-be as truthful as i yur
brother? Why can't you bring
home an A .in spelling Jike your
Doreen has taken over the role
of parental authority and is dic
tating .the-value -of our perform
ance ;'to US, .. ...J;';,..
The momentum -of our childish
need to match the successes of
brothers and sister- manipulates
our grownup action in a thousand
waya :untifc we gefr on ,to : it! It's
what puts the, -ating in criticism,
not only from our' children .but
from- fmployer: relatives? and
Holiday Candy Recces
OUR zrandmothers alwavs vin-
' Cllldprl hllXilniit In IIiaI hnliHav
When you have djrop-in callers lnj4men"s't?ut,, hazelnuts were only
Z .nJf!.irn t& the" TV set1 the "native" cousin to day's com-
the- evening,- turn off the TV set
when you welcome them. Ana wai
doesn't imean Just turn I it down;
and try to talk above itv To seem
hospitable you must act as 'though
mereially grown filberts. larcer
ana more distinctive in flavor.
Filberts are sold usually In. the
shell.: One pound In the shell
yields about ,. V4
Feature Tasty j-pcrts
fey GAYNOR MEDDOX ir,
NEA Food and Markets Editor ''
flour ahd salt with .ground f 1 V
Derts and dttes. Jtoii into Dalll,
Rot in additional chopped filberts
to coat balls. Bake at 350 d
grees X. tot 5 minutes
irlerida than .watch TV. miZf"1?: ny.hme
CaMj,M.nn.r. d.m.nd that' VOU .'"s". cfoos l? D"lncn
u..f hi wiv- raKl! oy rweaaing inem to a
. iJ v1 shaUow pan and tostmg in a 275
n If vow donr. Irfro v f .k on
.mi 'i m. . f- .. . t
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DarAnfc DamnAr TAAii.AnArc
I l,J.swiis a wiasHws ivvh ihhvi
Then Complain Of Behavior
Chief Justice y.'
Tie Chieipstice of the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese SupreritefCourt Sehiano Te Te-naho
naho Te-naho arid his wife will arrive for a
brief visit tomorrow.
They will be escorted by the Di Director
rector Director of Protocol Lie. Camilo Le Le-vy;
vy; Le-vy; Salcedo during their stay in
Minister of Agriculture
Htt at Buffet Luncheon
The; jMinister of Agriculture,
Commerce and Public Works, Vic Victor
tor Victor Navas, was the host at a buf buffet
fet buffet luncheon given at the Union
Wedding on Jan. 3
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph J.
' t n v 1 1 i
brands to remembi
Jwo branaA 10 rememi
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Pittas llittjsom HOUSE OF LORDS
William i 4
FINEST SCOTCH WHISKIES
Sold at your favorite Canteen and Bodega
Panama R. P. t-
A," I 1M'i''a'"if
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At Jack Sutherland!
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sutherland
of Balboa are entertaining at a
Christmas Fve dinner this evening
at their Balboa home. The party
is also in observance of Mr. Suth Sutherland's
erland's Sutherland's birthday.
Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert B. Owen, Captain and Mrs.
Eugene S. Shipley and their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Julia; Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
McGriff, Miss Gefaldine McGrlff,
Janet, Marshal and Owen Suther
land, and torbin and Ctfne Mc McGriff.
Griff. McGriff. u v
Miss Linda Jacobs
Heme For Holidays
J MisftLinA Jacob?' daugMof
KlaptaiB n Mrs.' 'Volkert'F. Ja-
coos 01 isamo arrived on Mon Monday
day Monday to spend the holidays wi'h her
parents. miss Jacobs is a. fresh
man at Duke University.
By Churchill. 1
NEW YORK. Dec. 2 fTIP i
$100,000 collection of 35 paintings
by Sir Winston Churchill was
tiown to the U. S. today for an
The collection Include land
scapes, ateascapeSi-'-atiH 'lifes, -and-
interiors nainted from 1916 to 1951.
The earliest is a street scene.
,iU Jflttm. jflCte J9C JliO
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Ay kGI A";
UlPERB SOAP KlO; IPAISI t ;
Old World tradition i wrapped lUpr ini thus
elegant soap..." long a favorite in European
h6mes. Us olive oil richness is a-beneficence ;
' to your skin; its exciting fragrance of perfume
intensity: its oackaaing exotically foreign, its
..-name, a tenger opamsn yanauuy.
4 : unique gin of your owji inauigence.
v "Maia" means beautiful woman". i -.
Iii hath, haaal. fjaeni slsr -i
r atTtat rtirtr.TriS nrl
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; Representative J. RUIZ ALVAREZ :
nucn aren t on tne nest oi term
Al the (While-Fop la, handin
tunior as much money to spend m. ri i
evening ai Pop, at the MIOC III f 101103
age, had to spend in a """ ", 1 iv,UB
i .DOES today's Hee.n-ager really
Uav it n- eood.. !:V-'.-'". :".'
A lot of i adults aeem to think
so. Thev are always talking a-
bout how easy Me-is for today's
teen-ager, with, iew chores to do
irnund the jmodern house, with
plenty pf; spending 'money in his
pockets,- with? top. priority, on me
family car or a car oi ms uwu
to drive, with... clothes designed
for teen-age appeal, with some something
thing something doing all the time, with
more freedom than kids that age
have ever? 4
They havlti'eaay aff r 1 g h t.
iBut that doesn't necessarily mean
that -thev have it so good.
The adults jvho have pampered
and spoiled them and are re responsible
sponsible responsible for their having so
much aren't on the oest oi terms
with! thehf teen-a'fS.': t
Junior as much money' to spend
month, he is reminding his son
of the fact. "And when Junior
seems bored -with the comparison.
Pop gets irritated. Clr
Then, though- Junior has' his
pocket full of money, he also has
the distinct Impression that his
father has a pretty low opinion
of him. t?
THKY'RI CATERED TO
STS haa rlnnf-t full n( nrtfv
clothes, far mora than she needs.
But Mom dcesnt let her forget
that they cost m more than the
family can afford. So Sis ds made
to feel olfish and demanding, e
ven while her selfishness is being
catered to. c v
Sure. Mom and Pop-:, do the
work around the house and yard
while the kids are off having a
good time. But they do it resent resent-lully.
lully. resent-lully. They haven't' the backbone
to say, ?'Yoji stay home and do
your share of. the work,' But that
doesn't keep them from blaming
the kids for 'being Jaiy and irre
And every time a teen ager
gets in trouble,- these same par
ents who are letting their own
kids run wild look at them like
strangers and wonder what they're
doing when they are away from
home. tThe kids sense the d 1 s-
trust, and they resent it. .' :
,So,we.have two worlds the
teen age world and the adult
And while the teen-aeer mav
seem to, te having a high 4 old
time in his own 'tittle world, ; un underneath
derneath underneath he i is often lonely and
'frightened. He senses the antago
nism of adults and doesn't know
that ther are really mad at
themselves for turning him loose
in an irresponsible teen age world,
instead of making him a contri
buting member of the family,'?
Mrs. Irene Calvit. well known
former resident, of the Canal Zone
iiu vviiQ Luii ico u,. vatvjii it re retired
tired retired employe of the Mechanical
Ulvlson, died Monday, morning in
St, Petersburg, Fla after a long
mness. sne was. 63 years old.f
A member of a well-known Can
al Zone family. Mrs. Calvit came
to the Isthmus with her family
as a child in 1908. She was mar married
ried married in the Canal Zone ahd liver
in Balboa until 1945 when Calvig
was retired. Since that time.: thev
have been 'making their home in
M. feiersourg. s
i She was 'a member of the Orchid
tnapter of the ? Eastern Star in
Balboa and during her residence
on tne Isthmus-was active in.
number of community and civic
In addition to her husband, she
is survived oy a daughter, Mrs.
Harry Pearl, of Diablo Heights; 2
sons, nouen uaivn, ot Bslboa; and
iaul Calvit, a member of the U.S.
Air Forcel her steDmothpr -Mrt
I. H. White, of Rubidoux; Califor
nia; two nau-sisters and a half half-brother,,;
brother,,; half-brother,,; and eight grandchildren.
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US Railroads Ask
ICC To Okay Higher
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)
The nation's railroads pleading
need of money to offset increased
weees and other costs, asked the
Interstate Commerce Commission
today to approve -increased freight
rates- on hundreds of commodities.
Railroad officials said the pro proposed
posed proposed rates would show an overall
increase of less, than 3 per cent.
'The, rates would not, be put into
effect until Feb 1 because of the
holiday season Under1 the law the
railroads could have been given
an effective "date of Jan. 22.
The railroads requested that the
rates and charges be placed in
effect without suspension but with
pro visiohvlor, f unds in event any
rate or charge" is found to be un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable after Investigation.
The" increases sought are in
varying' amounts on certain com commodities.
modities. commodities. Some commodities are
exempted. "Class rates and com commodity
modity commodity rates not -specifibally listed
would be increased 2' per cent.
The carriers, comprising all the
major roads in the-United States,
Dolnteti out( that they are exper
iencing ""substantial"- increases in
COSIS. xney saia xnai in uie.iani
freieht'1 rate' -decision in August,
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion stated) that the record is am amply
ply amply clear that the lines would be
faced with other increased costs
bv the end of 1957. because of
increases in wages, payroll taxes,
and in prices of matenal and aup-
degrees F, oven for about 20 min-
uies. ine sKins can then be easi easily
ly easily removed :by merely rijibhing
between the hands qr i rough
cloth. Th'a blanching alsb produc
es a richer, toasted flavor in the
nut, 'VYI- ,' 'T..'..-"
"Baked Filbert ..Cartdy Bells
filberts; cup ground ates, 1
cup coconut cup brown Sugar,
2 eggs, Vt cup sifted? : flour. Vt
t.aspoon salt. -Mix
coconut, brown sgg.v, eggs,
Cherried Filbert Pral)nettRt
(Jt patties) i v-
One and one-half cups toasted
filbert halves, 2 packages butter
scotch pudding, 1 cup hrown uj
eaiL IVi cup sugar. 2-3 cud ev
porated milk (small can). 1-3 tuA
cherry or 1-3 cup water w.th- 4
teaspoon sherry extract, 2 tab!$
spoons butter, 'lix r
In heavy. saucepan combineihe
butterscotch pudding sugar, eva
porated milk,' sherry-' and blflftfi
Cook over low heatit stirrina un
til sugars are' dissolved. XoaJc
slowly vuntil eandv- reaches utoft
nan stage (234 degrees F.h Add
One cup ground; toasted Oregon fjust begins,, to thicken. Ir
quickly from tablespoon onto webV
greased cookie sheet, spreadking
at once fwith sooon to form af-
ties about i two inches in diame'
ter. Let stand until firm.-1!
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Libby Awards Auslin Counlrynicn To
Winner In Big Chrislrnas Conlesf
The commission told the tail
roads, in August that when the
cost increases became certain the
carriers could petition for an in
crease to cover, additional' increas
es -in expenses. ; -'
' The railroads said the -tariffs
now before the ; commission rep
resent the lines' efforts to offset
additional wage increases of Nov,
1 and other increases In expenses,
and" "to achieve some relief 'from
the precarious.-situation in which
they now find themselves."
Helps H im: Again
BOGOTA, N.J., Dec. 24 (UPV-
It was just 9j year ago that Walter
Wi 'i Dunker, '.comptroller of the
Moore McCormack Steamship
Line-v sponsored a Germ a n refu refugee'
gee' refugee' banker's entry to the U. S.
Today; Dunker had an unexoec unexoec-ted
ted unexoec-ted opportunity io help the banker,
Alfred Brathe of Bogota again.
Punker, who also lives in Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, was hurrying to catch his -com
muter train this morning when he
found a -bank moneybag contain
ing $35. There was no identifica identification
tion identification on the bag, so Dunker stuffed
it into his coat pocket and went
to work. v
He telephoned his bank in IBogo-
and asked for help in tracing
the owner of the money.- A bank
official said he 'had called the
right place. The bag had been lost
by none other than Alfred Brathe.
It will indeed be a merrv
Christmas in the home, of Ovidio
vergara, tne nappy winner of a
1958 Austin Countryman in the
LiDDy, unrjstmas ; contest. Mr
Vereara found it difficult to be
lieve that he had actually won
when- he swas notified that he
was the winner of the Austin
which was being awarded by In
ternational Famous : Foods; the
distributors of Llbby Products in
Panama.- HS '- hart-' entered the
contest with the -hoper of
nine a Riant size doll for hit
aauancer never uresuninir mat
ne couia or would possibly win
the 1958 Austin, -
Mr. Vergara; a salesman for
servicio continental de Pubitca-
ciones. is married and the father
of two childrerh He has never
owned a car before, and is ex
tremely happy because of the
immeasurable help it will be in
his work. Famous Foods Interna
tional and Libby Products are
extremely nappy that a person
wno can jso weu use the car, was
-The Libby Christmas Contest,
which reauired the contestants
to write in 25 words or less why
they like Llbby products, was the
first contest ever to be held in
Panama by Famous Foods Inter
national on behalf of LI bby
Products, and was unique lor
food products in the annate of
contests In Panama.: The unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented response to the contest
has convinced the management
of Libbv of the desirability of of-planning
planning of-planning future promotions a a-long
long a-long the same lines for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the consumers of Libbv
The Judges for the Llbby
Christmas Contest were some
of Panama a most noted
journalists and radio person-
ah ties: Mr. Rlcardo Llnce. of
year's award winner for the best
news story: Mr. Luis Carlos Noll.
of The Star is Herald; Mr. Oui-
uermo Roaoiio vaiaes. of La Ho-
ra Mr. David Constable, of The
Panama American and your 5
Community Network; and Mr. Mr.-Harry
Harry Mr.-Harry Ieleslas, oonular radio art-
1st of Radio Panamerlcana.
Rosalia -1. Panama's Carnival
Queen, 'presenting Mr. ovidio
yergara with the keys of his new
1958 Austin Countryman In front
of the offices of International
uuuv rivaucti' n: rniiamaw
hown in the photograph are: ;
Miss Rosalia Barraza, Panama"
Carnival oueen; Mr. Ovidio Ver-
gara, winner of the car: and MT.
Robert C. Tomanelli, vice Presi
dent, of Famous Foods Interna-;
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Israeli Cabinet Averts' Showdown
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final showdown today in a gov
ernment'. crisis that threatened to
result in the- resignation of Pre Premier
mier Premier David Ben-Cfurion. S W
Ben-yunon was Teporceo reaay
to quit in a dispute with left-wing
memberi of hiav government over
a leak of 'cabinet : information to
thevpress; A" i 5,,.
The Premier' accused members
of the leftwing Ahudt Avoda party
ot responsiDinty lor tne leak con concerning
cerning concerning Ben-Gurion's plan to "send
a top-level Israeli mission to -West
Germany. ; ':
The Ahdut 'Avoda is opposed to
Ben-Gurion's desire to seek closer unanimously deplored the Ahdut
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The Israeli : cabinet postponed
and -more formal ties with the
West. The Premier has-- made It
clear he feels he cannot continue
to head a : coalition government
which includes ministers who
have broken security about cab
net discussions :.lt M, v
Ben-Gurion'was said to have of.
fered io : resign stwice ; within the
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Hut a communique issued after
the meeting said W ministers had
discussed, last week's behavior by
Ahdut Avoda members and added
"the discussion will be cncluded
Tuesday." ", 1
Observers here said the delav
in the final decision -will enable
the- moderate members of Ben
Gurion s ruling Mapai nartv to
seek a compromise.
I hey saw a possibility for com
promise in persuading the Pre Premier
mier Premier to soften his stand, on the
one hand and persuading the two
S Gay Crooners
The Gay Crooners singing group
will presenst a "Christmas Day
ivy League. Dance" tomorrow eve
mng at the Gamhoa Service Cen
Henry Marcell and his orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, rated as Colon's leading mu musical
sical musical aggregation, will provide mu music
sic music for the dance .which will also
feature- a ham as a door prize, v
ine aance win negin at p.m.
and continue until I a.m,
Adhut Avoda cabinet members
Transport Minister Moshe Carmel
snd Interior Minister Israel Bar
t) resign without having their par
ty itself leave the cabinet. v
If the two ministers accented
personal, rather than party, re-
sponsimuty tot tnt leak it would
enable Ahdut Avoda to- remain
in the cabinet and leave the coali
tion intact. i i
The major crisis came to a head
last night when i Ben-gurion I met
with his party-secretariat and par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary grou p. Informed
sourees said the party granted the
Premier a free hand to deal with
the issue as he v deemed fit.
me j sources said the meeting
Avoda action in leakins to the
press details of a cabinet .discus
sion on senamg a leaaing israeu
personauts on a mission to Bonn,
By Argentine Cops
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. XUP)
Federal police broke up the an annual
nual annual convention of the Jehova's
Witnesses religious organization at
Les Ambassadeurs' large open air
restaurant in suburban Palermo
The American-inspired organiza organization
tion organization was charged with failing to
register with the Foreign Ministry
here as a non-Catholic religious
chit , i .-,
About 1,000 people attending ihe.
convention had sat down to lunch
when police entered and announc
ed that the meeting was dissolved.
Four leading delegates were ar
rested: Herman Stegelfen, Argen Argentine;
tine; Argentine; Karl Ott, German; Oscar
Reynoso, Argentine, and L u i g i
Aratta, Italian. ....
Regulations subjecting. non ca
tholic sects to registraton by the
Foreign Ministry were issued in
may 1950 by the Peron dictator dictatorship.
ship. dictatorship. The Jehova's witnesses were
denied registraton at that time.
They now maintain that the re
gistraton at that time.
. They now maintain that the re
gistraton is unconstitutional, since
the Liberal constitution of 1853 has
been restored in Argentina and
, Peron's constitution repealed.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER ti, 1957
Sociai and Oti
W H.nar At Luncheon
Mrs. Rohert M. Montague, wife
f tha Commander in Chief, Carle
ean Command, was guest of hon hon-r
r hon-r at 'the Christmas luncheon held
y t&6 Albrook Officers' Wive
Thtf raain lounge and dining
tfinmlof the Officers Club glisten-
td with holiday lights. At one end
tt the room a realistic lire giow giow-id
id giow-id in a large red brick fireplace.
Itockings hung from the mantel
ind A fat wreath of Christmas
preens" set the theme for the lunch lunch-ton
ton lunch-ton An Old Fashioned Christ Christ-nas.".
nas.". Christ-nas.". The luncheon tables were
defluwith evergreen boughs and
Committee chairman of the wives
CJub were ceramic Christmas bells
with each Recipient's name and
the date inscribed on .them. The
bells, as well as the heauttful cer ceramic
amic ceramic door, prizes, were the work
of Mrs. Donald T. Jones. The door
prizes were won by Mrs. Joseph
P. Leonelli, Mrs. Eugene M. Ma Ma-loney,
loney, Ma-loney, Mrs. James R. Markette
and Mrs. William P. McCarthy.
The luncheon program was a sa
lection of seasonal sones present
y the Choral Group 01 the 776th
Air Force (Band under the direc-
tion of Sat. Raphael J. Amato
The program concluded with
community sing 01 lavonta Christ
The beautiful club and table
decorations were accomplished by
Mrs. Donald T, Jones withe the as
sistance of Mrs. Truman H, Lan
don, Mrs. P. A, Zartman, Mn
Arthur P. Hurr, Mrs. Edward J,
Sass, Jr., Mrs. Thurlo M. Ashlon,
Mrs. Mark j, Hooty, Mrs. fean
E. Mansfield. Mrs.. Rita Nils son.
and a group ef hard working and
artistic husbands and wives,
Mr. and Mrs. -P, Brady V-
Welcome Daughters 4
Here Per Christmas
The Misses Sis and Doodles Bra-,
dy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brady' of Balboa,' have: ar arrived
rived arrived from Inctrnate Word College,
San Antonio, Texas, and Mount-
MALINITZ. Austria. Dec. 23-
(UP) Police today investigated a
mysteriouse xplosion that wrecked
the mail car of the Balkan Express
and ruined a large number of
Christmas packages for Yugo
The train was en route from
Austria to Yugoslavia when the
explosion, followed by fire, rocked
the train Saturday night in the
station of this Parinthlan province
deSalas School, Macon, Georgia,
respectively, to spend the holidays
at their hme.
Exchange Gifts :
At Christmas Party
The Atlantic Area Newcomers
Club met at the borne of Mrs. Har
old Jones in Fort Gulick. Christ
mas gifts were exchanged by the
members. Mrs. w, ti. tioggms ana
Mrs. James Hagen, co hostesses,
assisted in serving pumpkin pie
with whipped cream and coffe,
Mr. John Surany gave an inter-
eating talk on foods in Europe and
tail dining experience were,
.Members present were the Mel-
dames: Anthony BBarsi, Charles
Williams, Lionel Miller, John wul
A requiem mass will be sung
at St, Paul's Church Saturday
mprnlng at fer the repose ef
the soul ef the late Mrs. Des Desmond
mond Desmond Louisa Meynard who died
on Dec. 28, lSe.
George Pulliam, Kenneth Bukows-
ki, Jay Kussell, K. a. ujesi, ay ay-mond
mond ay-mond Wilson, Rogar Daugherty,
S. R. Chichester, J. R. Hagen, Gor Gordon
don Gordon Chaphe, William Froeschner,
Ralph Stevens, Laverne Scharp,
W. H Rose-ins. Lee Douglas, Al
ton Crawley,' George Magazin, Ar
thur May,, pen vaiaez, ruuon ue ue-soVsky,
soVsky, ue-soVsky, H. R. Young, Roy Barber,
Eleanor Rowell and Miss Audrea
Dance At VFW Post
; There will Je Christmas Eve
Dance at Lt. Garyyn HMoum HMoum-blow
blow HMoum-blow Memorial Posf No: 3871 from
a tit 11 n.m.' Admission is free for
members, social members, and
guests. Gus Tryra will provide the
music -for dancing at (ha ;P 0
Horn in Cristobal.
Patricia, Brack Hattler
Arrive Per, Holidays
Miss Patricia HatUer,. wbo is a
student at Smith Collaga, .North .Northampton,
ampton, .Northampton, Mass.; and her brother
Brack,, who attends Cornell Memc
al School, ara' here-for the Christ
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m.. hniM.vi with their parents
Mr. and Mra, racit nwrw
uou neiznis, .,
Uxim I'm- Holidays
Joseph Pustls.f who Is a fresh
man at tne wassacnuiw
tute of Technology, Cambridge,
f... irvlved on Saturday to
soend the holidays with his par-
nti. Mr. ana mil. o. J. ruaua
On WednesdayT the members oi
Shangri-La Pup Tent 1 and the La Ladies
dies Ladies Auxiliary VFW, combined to
provide a Christmas psrty for the
patients at Gorgas Hospital as part
of the schedule of activitie coor coordinated
dinated coordinated by the Christmas P 1 a n n-mng
mng n-mng Committee.
Host arid hostesses for the eve evening
ning evening were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A,
Brett, Mrs. Louise Witzig, Mr. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert J. Marcum S-S,'Mr. Fred O.
Greenwood B-B, Mr. Vernon B.
Koch and Mr. Edmund S. Coe.
They provided refreshments of
punch, cookies and fruit cakes and
presented ch patient with an as assortment
sortment assortment of candy, cigarettes and
other sweets. Wards visited were
12 and 14, after which they jreturn
ed to the Red Cross lounge and
provided a party for the patients
The Margarita Union Ga ur, h
will hold a special Watch Nicht
service on New Year' Eva at
11.30 p.m. The service will cons
lit of prayer and mediation.
Rufus. C. O'Neal, chairman of
the Church Council, slated, today
that the annual congregational
meeting w the Margarita Union
Church will be held Monday eve
ning, Jan. 13. Officers for the
coming year will b elected, re reports
ports reports given 'and pertinets items of
business acted upon during the
This Sunday, the emphasis at
the 'morning service will center
about. the post-Christmas and N$w
The choir, 'under the direction
of Harrold Splckna l and accom
panied by Mrs. C. J. Cenia. will
sing a Spanish choral ballad en-
tinea -ne nree Kings." t Rev.
Franklin., the pastor, has entitled
his sermon "Jesus the Exile," us
ing as fill scriptural background
the flight of the infant Jesus into
Egypt. v -: s
The first major project of the
church. ior 15 will be an Insti
tute of Christian Education, inn
institute will be held the first
six i weeks of 1958 with the excep
tion of 'Feb. I when the church
cooperates with the Billy Graham
Among the various authorities
who have been scheduled to speak
are Dr. Walker Alderton of Uam-
boa. Mrs. Reeinald Wheatley of
New Cristobal and Rev. J, W,
Limkemann of Cristobal. Lecture,
and discussions will include cub
goals; teaching methods; worship
procedures; eflectlve and available
1 and child psycolqgy.
meetings are to convehe at 7:30
p.m. Interested adults in the com
m unity are invited to register for
Visiting Auditor Recalls Boyhood
Here During Construction Period
Few- people would welcome a
tough assignment of work thou
sands of miles away from home
during the Christmas season, but
this Is not the case with Thomas
Morris, Internal Auditor of the
Otis Elevator Company, who is
presently on the Isthmus. ;
Morns was given the added as
signment of an audit. of his firm's
offices in Central America after a
swing around South America and
welcomed the assignment.
His cause for happiness came
from the fact that it made possi
ble for him to see the Panama
Canal and scenes of his boyhood
when he went to school st Empire
and at Balboa high school around
the time when the Cni was be-
Morris father was employed
here for seversl years during the
construction period and just after,
Since the family left in 1910, he
had never returned to visit the
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. Luke's Lists
Yule Feast Days
For Coming Weeks
The -Cathedral of St. Luke in
Ancon has announced the follow following
ing following program for the remainder pf
the Christmas Season; j
Tonight 11:00 p.m, Seryt
ice of Carols with Blessing of the
Creche. 11;45 p.m. Christmas
Christmas Day, Dae. 25 T:J0
a.m. Holy" Communion. 10:00
a.m. Family Communion Serv
St. Stephen's Day, Dee. 26
6:00 and 1:30 a,m. Holy Comma
st. John the Evangelist. Dee,
V 6:00, and 6:30 a.m, Haly
Holy Innocents. Dae, 21 6:00
and 8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
Sunday after Christmas, Da;. 26
m, 7:au a.m, Holy communion,
7:141 a.m. Church 0chol Famr
ily Service. 11:00 a.m, Morning
i-rayer ana sermon. i:w p.m.
Evening Prayer with Carpi Con Concert
cert Concert by the Choir Guild,
Feast of the Circuncuion, Jan.
1, f;30 a.m. n Holy Communion.
friday, Jan, 1:00 and :J0
a.m- Holy Ommunion,
Feast of the Epiphany, Jan. 6.
1:00 and 1:30 $.m. Holy Com Communion.
munion. Communion. 7:00 p.m. Feist of Lithli
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Beside Panama Railroad Station
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Tels.3 CrisloLal 1207 Colon 741
scenes he members very vivid
The present visit for the auditor
has an added significance for it
comes eduring the 25th wedding
anniversary year, so he made ar
rangements for Mrs. Moms and
their young son, Kenneth, to meet
him here after his trio throueh
aoum America was completed,
So, the Morris family will T)e
seeing Panama and the Canal
xone during this Yuletide season
with an enthusiastic guide. They
were maxing arrangements today
ior a trip through the waterway.
Morris still has many piemen-
me m ms jue-m we tanai zone
over 40 jyears ago.. These include
count, pictures, a ieiter trom i;.
A. Mcflvains, former Executive
Secretary, regarding his employ employment
ment employment during school vacations, an'J
one ot me nw oriver a licenses
issued in the Canal Zone. The li license
cense license is numbered .645 and was
signed by Captain. H, I. Cone, then
Marine Superintendent,' ivho had
the responsibility for issuing
chauffeurs' licenses at the time,
Morris and his family are being
shown the various sites of the
Isthmus bv Mr. '.and Mn Rnhort
Warner Warner is the Otis Ele
vator Company manager of the
Apparent tow Bid
. An apparent low offer of $100,830
was made bv Vf. A. Roeen tn th
important work of replacing the
pumping ana electrical aystemi if
ocks caisson No. 1 whirh
tor unwatering the locks. The bids
were openeo wonoay aiternoon in
the Administration Building t Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
r A Wd of f itr.652 was recfived
from U B Sommer and an offer
of 1242,460' ws received from Sil Sil-don,
don, Sil-don, Incorpwatdf
Tha work, which will include
conversion of tha freauencv-senti-
tiv equipment t 60-cyele current
consists maimy pi replacing the
bilge pump, unwatering pump u u-nits
nits u-nits and primary and secondary
electrical switohgear and associat associat-td
td associat-td wiring, and the installation of
6 Ventilation system.
It is estimated that tha nrnfart
will take approwmately a year te
' by Erskina Johnson
If m mw ff l ff l ll Lr m w aaa
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA)-r Be
hind the Screen: .George Rait
surprised a lot of peoplo 'will)
those honest and courageous
"Opt of My : Past" memolra
about himself but today haa
the man wearing the surprised
look, Hollywood up to ita film
sprocKets in teu-ftit nd ahocK
er nims, hasn t made move
to buy the film rights to Raft's
dox onice-ioaaeci coniessions.
The ;''For Sftla" sign Is there
ano Baft would like to olav
himself MJn my last shot' But
no one is buying, w tol4 me,
and for the second time in
,wo year he's -wondering out
"What happened to -me?"-';
Sure, ho was "bom- in a
Rang neighborhood, i Brought
up with gangsters And 'given a
movie career by friends In the
untJerworJd'' bqt;- .". ,
"I TtfEVER DID ariythlne real
ly wrong and since" tollintf ?fnv
story I've never had so many
wonderful i letters a n d tele
phone calls. I said I was the
loneliest man in Hollywood but
I cant say that today. Every
one wants to be mv friend, v
The people the masses
are on my side. But I don't
know about the film industry;
Some of the town s bief?est ex
ecutives called me and said.
Tint was a great story.
ueorge, dui no one nas offer
ed me anything,
''It isn't a question of. mo
ney. Or even of buying s my
story for that matter, it's time
time on my hands. I'm an
actor and I want to act. But
there are no offers. There
haven't been any, except TV.
for two years.' (He's p-uestine
on tuseie MacKenzle's show
.) Maybe I was wrong ln'al
ways saying I was a oerson.
MJty and not an actor, go
what was I doina- on the
screeh for 25 vf.a.is7 What hap
pened to mey,.
Why did he brush off the
women m his life In the series?
"What do I say about them?"
Raft shrugs off the question
with the reminder that he's
never been free. There's still a
Mrs, George Raft, !ona-' aeoa
rated but never divorced from
tno star, s
ADULT WESTERNS? Jimmy
" Jimmy is nJayina
San Ifftncisco police1 detective!
now vi an- AJfrad Hitchcock;'
suspense murder t h; r Ml ? re :
'From Among tha Dead." Kinf
Novak Is the sexy jfemme fatajsi'
and the whole plot hinges wr ;
Jimmy'i ear ef heights. VwJ
the wild blue yonder til dnr1
ing World War II and in twt:
big postwar air film, "Strategiff
Ajr Command- and "The epiri
Pf Qt. lOUlS." V .f
Jody of son Christopher. iiqw
five, when she divorce Jef-
frey Hunter.. But ihe's lettinl
the -lad live with. Hunter while
she goes tov Europe f or a!
movie with Btewrt Ornger..' s
Early, -bird prdicUon on,, the) '"
Oscar-winning sons: "Tammv.J v
bv the same "authors (Jajr -Livlnaratfln
mvt Wa. winv l
Jat year's winner,, f Que Sera, -,
Carojyn Jones, is -the top
candidate for the Lauren B;
fall role in the remake of "To
Have and Have '-JJoVT. which h
will sta Audie Murphy Intjif :
Clay, that still retains that f4t C'
I'.IAlia lil "Tf vtmi attsinf 1
DICK "POWELL. Is weakening-;
on Jiis "I'll never act tartln? ;
theme. He may- not be able te
resist the lettuce beine: of fere f
him to tar-.in -"Wlllle Darti
te" telefilm series... Debra
Paget Js the happiest t:al in'
town. She finally won herrp?
lease from a 2Dth Centurv-Fos
contract, . Groucho -' Mant'a
Mary's adult western idear;
"xaii ip tne satellite J'
And. George GobeLls oreeTlct-
ing 'that Christmas' lovers will J
he kissing, under the guided
misunTioa mia year, -, ;
Sudden thoughts No Matter
what kind Of aJ dress1 jayne1
Mansfield Is In aha'4 lways"
just about half way out. i
Liberace 'is going it albnt
with his Piano and his candles.
Brother George. Is ...taking a
separate carer PHth .as band '.
leader and posiioit atart. of hit
own TV show..
LONDON ,( UP) Home" Srere--
tary R. A. Butler has warned lhat ',
he made in 1948. It.wal called l"PPropriata action", would-be" 1
The Naked. Bppr"( &l Kii&tMK
good reason to rememher Jhe ',1 JS"
"Tp r Htt.n ln, persons. The letters, purport-
"by .two fellows in 3r07klyn bwn reported received here tare-.
who had never eyen been west tint months. Ail bay pommented
o fw w-y, i racii matters,
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ait. in FUN An 'honorary 'Jungle Expert Badge was presented tp Ted Haworth (second Jrotri
lert) iJte locator for the neS ol t9 "NHed- and the Dead," y To military personnel the
SS badi Une PPtained through vigorous training followed by a demonstration ( of skills
In thtjungfii but;to;Ted Haworth, 4t Is a to Ken of friendshiD presented on behalf of th;
Sficers and mtn of the 20th infantry. Present at the presentation we 0 to r) I..-Col.
C BrinkfHaworth;) Rotert-W. Owrtt CO, I Battle Group, 20th infantry, U. Col. Ralph
S' Rose' 'executive 'officer 1st Battle Gup, 2(hh Infantry, and movie dlreetoraeul Wlh.
" (U.S. Army photo by SpS Temko)
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: NEW YORK f UP )-.? Jfathy
1 Birr, BCA -Voter's newst mg mg-jng
jng mg-jng star, sometimes has beeh re referred
ferred referred to Is "the Turkish Delight."
That's a .understatement, Katny
is a delight in any language
. Ot Turkish- ancestry, Kathy grew
up ifl Manhattan and in her rly
'tasns- aiiPht th eva of the late
movie producer. Low P. M
HfU. nunmnHtf 'airtnart Viot
whi DroHiDtls sisned her; .to-: s
rnntrapt Brit. Kathv
beinfi a 'starlet'" be-
piiiu' hi t (imrt'fv have tnvtnins
' to do.o she left Holjywbpd.'
She got irtto tht record' bulrii
when Marl Lent j hard i a fast
- raead at a friand'a home- and rf
mmandad har ta KCA-Vieror.
' Kathy has become the most un un-'
' un-' usual and moat sensual singer
- sine Yma Samac. She has wide
'range '-and "enough" impishness to
n delight a listener looking for
- 'pleasant surprise. 1 1
"Follow Me" contains 13 songs
The first number alonej "Tipoe
' Through the Tulips," is worth the
5iTiiii of thm T.P.' It'a a son? that
Nick.. Lucas made famous before
Kathy was born. Kathy may send
it ofi 4o new heights.
Christmas Chatter A number
released recently. Among the best
are "Wane wngs -nrjsimas ws
(Vanguard).? "Hi-Fi 'Christmas
Party"' by Domanicer Savuio and
hi Orchestra (ftCA-Csmqen) "A
joW Christmas from Frank Sina Sina-tra"
tra" Sina-tra" (Capitol) and "Now is the
CarnHno ,SeKnn' hv Fred Warina
and His Peijnsylvaniasn (Capjtol).
' "An' J8th CepturV', Christmas",
(Vanguard), teajurmg tne mpsic
of Corelit, Haydn, Ba6h and To To-reUi;
reUi; To-reUi; "There'll -Always Be .a
Christmas" by the AmeS 3rothers"
(RCA-Victor) and .'jubilee's
"Christmas a Festiyal'V. backed by
"Sleigh Ride." 4
Tehn there are LP of the Week
-"Hl Ft -Harmonica" be Leo
Diamond (Roulette). Here is some
real musical : wizardry with Dia
mond getting a variety of harmo harmonica
nica harmonica sounds on 12 numbers.
"'SelecW singles f-i, f Annie" Ty
60b" Jtitterbush ( Decca ). This is
one of the nicest folk-type songs
"FliD' Flon." real rock'n'roll by
The Teenagers (Gee)-..; "I Get
Alorig Withou: you Very Well" by
Tony Mitchell (Liberty). -Turntable
Tins "The Four
T.aris Sins -Frank Loesser' is, a
-worthwhile Columbia collection of
Loesser's show music sung by
one of the country's pest groups..
SHE'S FlRST-rirst woman
to be named ..ta a nostwar Ger-
, man cabipel, Dr. CabrieU
or state lordamily and youth,
problems in, the Gentian, min ministry.
istry. ministry. Now widowed. Dr. Wuel Wuel-lier
lier Wuel-lier js mother of three children.
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Dan Dailey's" talents as a singer
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NTWSPAPEK ,"
" TUESDAY, DECEMBER JM, J95T
I till 1 "' ' I'' ill. i ii .1, ,. Hi ,, I, m i. i I
Beermen Whm Chesterfield ;
6-3 Behind i Winston Brown
- 'uHw-rr- Vt -1 r.-.':V 9 ;'';; r .'Vei
, PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEACUE U-V-f I ilteST ( I I1
: Crviza Balboa .... x 3 3 6 5, .545 W 'Cf s' 1 '.v't :
Chesterfield 3 x 2 5 5 -.500 : I, f '' A, S ,'4 J ;r
XA Vieja ........ 2 2 x 4 5 .444 ,1 .. ; ffO J
. FRIDAY NIGHTS CAME f ?&C
; e; -At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa (Spencer 0-0) , 1 LWLmum ihiJMSi
1 vs. Carta Vieia f Davie 2-2). i- .m ....
Came time 7:30. DUCK SOUP Baeeed before II CHICO DE ORO. STANDARDS (Left to right) Do'uit Priest, Leo behltnger: Terry Byrne,
' breakfast, these black ducks manager Dick Dehlinger, Peter Dehlinger, Arc hie Byrne, ; Johnny Pdgarty, Jbe Byrne ; and
are proudly displayed by Billy Scooter J. Mercer. 1
LAST NIGHTS RESULT Brown. The teenager shot ,-..t--
down the. limit in the Nags 1 f1 "' iiiMMiiiB)iypyitpyjBwij X''u
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I rs,'3ob McGrath Jr.; manager Bob iMcUratn, Hart McGrath.-Billy'Sana Plster MCGrs.th;
I and Baby, Aleman, h - '
i" By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The Cerveia Balboa.1 Beermen,' who are today
one-half ame in .the league lead, were assured o
undisputed 'possesioiti bf lop'spot in'the standings
until Friday night at leastrwhen activity Ls resumed
after a threeday f hristmas holiday. "M r'. v
lDeweermen moved m front by defeating thev
Chesterfield Smokers, last night 6-3. behind wild 1
Winston Brown three-hit pitching. The righthand-
er, who struck out nine batters and walked seven, ;
three of them in the ninti, got relief help from Car- f..
los Thortie, who snuffed out a Smoker threat in the v
last frame. Brown picked upus second! win against
two setbacks. ;
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The first annual Christmas El
Coco soft ball game'tetween the
Boh McGrath El Coco Beachcom-
ers and Dick Dehlinger's Campo
Alegre Chide Opo Standrds,,. play
ed Saturday morning.
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M Ano announces the .naucura- r: r XNJI iV i l
! TiOff ofTthe new season be.1' I v -x. X: :'V' '.'v-Wi ;'
j EXTRAORDINARY SCH EDULE 1 CFi?" I TXTpV- jT''w 6r-
rii anu momtinq bulls, t' "v T : 'W;
ElmCoco Beachcombers. .Edge
Chicoide Oro Standards 4-3
The game was won by the
Beachcomers after a hard fought
battle. After five innings, the
HilltOppers were out in front 3 to
1 in the last of the fifth. The
Beachcomers tied it up at 3 Vail
after a wild decision by jmpire-in-chief
Frank 6Never Miss A
Call; Raymond. The Beachcomers
finally wob out 4 to 3 in extra
'One of the stars of the Game.
was,- Peter McGrath who pitched
the first 5 innings for the win
ners, only to be relieved when lie
ran out of faces and was unabled
to scare the opposing team any
longer. He was Relieved by Jac Jackie
kie Jackie McGrath who retired the side
in. order in the 6th. Peter Dehlin Dehlinger
ger Dehlinger pitched a fine game for the
losers. -.. .. -;r-vr:
mi.- .. '.".i-
ine star oi tne game qas
Scooter Jack Mercer who went
far to his right and far to hi 1p
thenAifar to his rear to finally
iiaui nuwn a 'sure nome run. The
last he was seen he was still run.
ning through Old; Panama. Come
DacjJackWe hav;another game
scheduled. .l 4 V (X
Panama Nationar Assembly man
"aaDy" Aleman a so 'starred" for
the winners. -
This morning finds Cerveza
IBaJboa on the top rung of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Pro League ladder, thanks to
some masterful pitching from
Winston Brown, Bocae-born right
Although he failed to finish.
needing relief help from Carlos
Thorne in the ninth when the
Smokers rallied .to score three
times, the 6to-3 win ; scored v J)y
Brown for a while appeared to te
one of the outstanding pitching
gems of the young season. A t
the. shortstop position, -with Alonso
Brathwaite shifting over to the
keystone sack and A Charles at
third. Lopez was charged with
the only Beerman miscue of the
Given a 2-to-0 advantage when
the opposition's defense faltered
in the second inning, the pride of
Almirante pitched perfect ball un-
1 til the sixtti inning, with two out.
Iwhen Smoker rightfielder :Eddie
I Napoleon slammed a close line
I single into leftfield for Chester
field's first hit of the game.
Brown still had a shutout going
into the ninth,, but another Napo
leon, single and three walks forced
I in a run to ruin lis bid for a shut
out. ;. ;
At this point manager Leon
KeUman called upon his ace re
liefer Carlos Thorne, who after
I walking Hours doo, to force in the
second Smoker run of the inning.
got Al Osorio to bounce out to first
land threw' a .third strike past
1 Johnny Reed to end the game.
The win evened' Brown s record
r Brown in the eight and one-third
innings he worked, gave up three
hits, walked seven and fanned
nine..' His strikeouts were as fol
lows: Mitchell and Napoleon in the
first, Lisondro m the third. E. Oso
rio m the fourth, Houradon in the
fifth, Reed and Mitchell in the
sixth, Heron in the seventh and
Mitchell for the third time in the
eighth. Brown now' has a total of
22 strikeouts, one less than league
leader Humberto Robinson.
Hector Lopei registered his sec second
ond second home run of the season in the
eighth inning when she greeted
Smoker reliefer Al Osorio wi.'h a
terrific drive which cleared the
center field fence at the 384 ft
mark. It was Hector's only hit of
the game in four at bats. v
The Beermeri ;- play the Carta
Vieia Yankees Friday night at 7:
30 in the next scheduled game. ;
eiehth. it was a .6-0 ball' came.
Rookie righthander Jose Lison-
drormaking his first Pro League
start, dropped his first decision,
giving up five of the Smokers', tal tallies,
lies, tallies, and six hits. ,"'
Mamavila Osorio Y worked'' the
two last' stanzas and was tagged
for one run, a line shot off the bat
of Hector Lopes .which went over
the fence in the deepest spot in
eenterfield. .The ,homer was (the
only hit allowed by Osorld.'
Throwing error by third bate-,
man Carles Heron and secend
baseman' ManWo Bernard, plus
singles by Herman Charles and ;
Harold Cordon,, eavo Brown a
two-run lead inr the- secend 1h-
Three more tallies in the sixth,
featured by t two-bagger by
Charles, made the score 5-0, and
after Lopez' four-ply blast in the
eiefitn-. it was. a 60 Dan came.
In the ninth the Smokers threat
ened. Eddie Napoleon led off and
got his second, hit. of the game, a
single to left. Elias Osorio walked
and Manito Bernard flied out.
Bases on balls to Marcos Cobos
and pinchhittet Gerry morne rorc
ed in the firsr Smoker' mrkef, and
that was all for the tiring Brownl
Thorne came in with, the bases
loaded and walked Eugenio Hour
adou to bring the second run.-
, Mamavila, Osorio then .ground .grounded
ed .grounded out to f irs't una ssisted a s the
tr a. i .i i.-" w "' .'L ; ?. v. I,
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third, Smoker tally- crossed the
plate ant Johnny .' Reed took a
called third strike to end the
fame. ',' 1 ) i
Three'of Brown's sWikeouts were ;
at the expense of Hammerin' Hank
Mitchell.' who ffrnanded Mit- niteH..
er t6 firsV in his other at4at. -
SIumDine Qvde Parris and Bon-
by. Bresdott were absent from the .. .'
Smoker' starting lineup last night.
The ,Reermen's Clarence Moore
also was, a oenchwarmer.
A lte-mnlng"lher fe the 4
Beermen' dugout was lerLBat f
toy, seeend-atring catcher ef the
Chicago Wfilto Sex whe passed'
through here en hit way te Von-
exueUi where he i playing win-' I
tor ball with Valencia ef- the
Venekoelan Asseclatlen.." i
The 22-year-old receiver wis re returning,
turning, returning, from' his home in Los An-'
geles where he traveled to a week
ago to attend the s funeral of' his
father.'' ,'-'- ,
Battey chatted with' Lopei," Billy
Shields, Floyd Rotihson, 'Carlos v
Thorne and Humberto ; Robinson,
friends of hir in the U.S.-; The -hef
ty, cigar-smoking backstop left 'for
Caracas early this morning. r
Another spectator, was Chester
field outfielder VRodman Nunez,
who fractured an instep while slid- ;
inglnto third base in the season'
opener Dec. 1.- j--
The fleet flyhawk, who still has
the-injured instep in. a cast, hopes
to play before the campaign -ends
early in February. V x A ,i
B League J i 'aVThe'C" League eompeition : waK,
,( f J a, bit tighter witn 9ine,ama?ing-
After going through tne regular
basketball season without defeat,
the Celtics ran into trouble in
large doses when they piayea ine
All-Stars and came out on the
short end of a 34 to 13 score
Pared bv 1umo shooting of Dick
Ns who rans uo nine points, the
AJl-Stars went into an immediate
lead and were never, in uouDie.
; Holding a comfortable 16t5 half
time lead, the Stars went on ;'
the second half to widen the gap
all their ma vers got into ine
aenrincr action with one exception
Tiefensivelv-Raloh Blevins made
life miserable for the usually high
scoring Archie Carroll ot tne uei-
tics. Blevins was so euecuve mm
he limited his opponent to seven
Activities wffl-be resumed -, en
JFriday -'wheti Cerveza Balboa tac tackles
kles tackles J the- Carta Vieja Yankees in
a siniIer game.' For the Beermen
2 and 2.
Herman -Charles, after father
ing pine splinters in the seat of
this pants for several games, 'was
( inserted into tne lineup last night
and Justified Manager Kellman s
confidence in pounding out two
hits, one a double in four trips to
the plate. The two-base hit drove
I in the third Cerveza Balboa run f
it wilt. tv Lev Spencer-or Dave
Benedict, while for the Yankees it
will be Jerry Davie. For Spencer
it will b bis first start,' -while Da Davie
vie Davie has broken even in four deci decisions..
sions.. decisions.. .. .'Vr ..
The Dukes aiid the .Brains fin
ished the season all tied up and
in the nlavoff same for the cham
nionshin. the Bruins won a thrill
ing overtime contest 25-23 to take
home the blue ribbons.
Bill Eneelke accounted for 15
points to set the pace for the
Bruins while team captain- Jack
DeVore was scoring -six.
Paul Morgan got an important
two points for the winners, ana
young Bui Wilkinson of tne -Junes
got confused, at the start of the
second naif and dropped -a iieia
goal in the wrong bucket to add
another brace of points to. tne
Wilkinson also scored eight for
his team, and he .was assisted in
the point production department
bv Fred Chase with six. vSam Bet
sak and Al Osborne-lour eacn ana
Sol Odenz with one.
The same was close a'l tHeway
with the half time scored being
knoted at-twelve all. Throughout
the second half the lead' changed
hands repeatedly ,- but-4r the first
time this year-lift-Dukes were
having trouble getting rebounds,
as Engelke and usbora fougnt
for them, with Engelke getting
the best of it --f
The sudden death overtime went
for only 34 seconds, for that, is
all the time-Engelke needed to
control the junto, take a pass
from Roger Williams,' and r drop
in the winning baskets
lv. consistent approaches shown.
Out of eight shots, Lincoln got six
of them on .the -green, his -b e s tA
qualifying one being S ft 11 inch
es outst a t f v.f
In the finals, he Improved this
on his next to last showt with one
only 3 ft. 7Va inches away, which
won him the title. Just as con-
sistent was diminutive Jim Ram-
bo who had his best ball only 5 gr grit.
it. grit. 5 Inches away, whilf third,
place went to Ed fldol j with a
ball H ft. I inches from the cup.
Brown Goes To Town
. V. 4::
Reed, If ...
Napoleon, rf ....... 4
E. "Osorio, lb 3
Bernard, 2b .-4
Cobos, c ........... 2
Heron, 3b -... .... 3
b-o. Thorne S.-9
Houradou, ss ...... 2
Lisopdro, p ..... 1
a -Prescott ...... ...1
A., Osorio, p ....... 1
R WO A
28 t 124 17
Shields, -rf i........ 4
Brathwaite, 2b ....-3
Lopez, ss ... ........ 4
Robinson,' rf. ....... 3
Charles, 3b ..4
C. Thorne, p i.'.uOf 0
: Twenty-eight CLeaguers and 18
B League boys teed off' in the
hole-in-one tournament and. after
the dust, bits of turf, and stray
folf balls had all settled back on
the ground Sob' Dilfer had rwon
the B event and. Bob Lincoln the
c. 5 v r-" r
Diner dropped his very first
ball within C ft T in. of the -tup
and this stood up all afternooa to
Brew-naffer takes' this opportu- give him the title. Jim BaaseU
aity in, wishing the readers of th'Sisot his first ball within seven feet
column anabundance of mirthiand this was food for seeondiord:
Totals ? ' 30 7 27 J
a -Hit into double play for- Lison
dro in 8th, i
b-Walked for Heron in 9th. :
e-Ran for G. Thorne in 9tht
'. Score -By Innings A
Chesterfield 000 000 003-3.1 2
Cerveza Balboa 020 030 Olx-.. 7, 1
SUMMARY" -r- Errors: Bernard,
Heron, Lopez. Runs batted in:
Gordon, Kellman, Charles;- McCol
lins 2, Lopez, G. Thorne,; Houra Houradou,
dou, Houradou, A. Osone. Earned runs:. Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa 4, Chesterfield 2. Two
Base Hits: Charles.' Home Run:
Lopez.' 1 Doubleplays: Houradetu
Bernard, E. Osorie; Bernard.
Hourdou," E. Osone; Lopez,
Brathwaite, : Gordon. Sacrifice
Hits: Brathwaite.' Wild Pitch:
Brows. Struckout By: Lisondro X
Brown 9, Thorne L.Base on Balls
Off: Lisondro 2, Brown 7. Thome
1. Left n Base: Chesterfield 7,
Ceneta Bstlxia 3. Pitchers Rec
Slumping Clem Moore was given
a-much needed rest and Bie to tho Learuo
; Leaguer Hector Lopez took ver in days.
and 'happiness during the Yuletide
season and hopes that the fans
will give a little more cooperation
following the hoa-
plice, and Vt'oodj- French scored innings;
with is final qualifying shot at IS
ft. 8'i inches for thid. None of
the hoys could improve ia the finals.
Lisondro S runt,- 6 hit
Erown 3 runs 3
hit in t
1-3 innings. inning p-.'rer:-Brown
(2-2).- Losing p:tr!ir: Ii
anndre (01). I'mpire: T!-nrntn,
H;nds, MoortTimt of C- : i.Zi.
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nni 9 tt
Destello Chief Xontender
In $5000 Added -MileKace
lit'' v J n .I m v . e
1 The'Eleta brother entry of Estebah and Ro-
i mancero are almost unanimous choices to grab, the
' maior share of the $5,000 added purse offered for
1 tomorrow annual running' oi me. ivnnsimas vias vias-c
c vias-c at the President Remqn racetrack. V
, .? Xhe,vent Is Pto:w.7t?Thi!P, and
t this yearonty six choicely br(edaniirtals will dispute
the juicyjuirseind expensive silvetrtr(i)hy that will
, lo tne owner qi iw "ti,'.'
Race Track Graded Entries
P.P. JUrse -w Jockey, S'., Commtiil
" 1st Ract'l 4th Strict Imp. i Pjs.vPurse $400.
M.rfit1ftrf .'tw-mnJose the .Jorml-,! riding Ruben Vasquez aboard, has-.
liable entry. V,$'V?r
kan. Apache' an Hrtcb.
Esteban; wlnnefr tot 14; of ,613 16
atarts, will W 'eguUr rirte
Ttr.niin -Raeza in the .laadle. This
diataiic-loviflf chestnut son ii
tive- record of. 1:4 for the '.mile
1 tive-record, of 1:4 for the mile
and could ImtroveAin 'ft If the
track is fast enough.
' Stablemate Romancero, unbeat-
' en in ighf starts, will -be a King
hi first real test hr thir one., Tr-
' k nando Alvarei will guide ihe tfrev-
Sing chestnut offsonng of .Key-aven-Jam
Roll. 1 Many- "experts"
are of; the opinion-that.JRomancero
. ', is not bred for-distance, Lik,Es-
r iteDan,-"omancer ra .umx. iy
years' old but-.wUI j'ofOIalHt he a
thrpp-TPur-olti on .New Year'g'-.Dayv
, three-year-old by) Jacha-Hoping s
ratea tne omyivaanerous nrem
, to victory for the Eleta entry
v Destellot?- whick; willtr have tsuooth
hppn comDefine successfully ? a
ffiahist Imoortfed horses in his most
fecent outings.. This long-striding
brown colt has. had an unusually
productive years1 having scored '14
victories tms year same as ine
brilliant Esteban. N
' Sandokkti,' a good and (Consistent
sprinter; 'is,surei to oeAnanaicap
ned bv i the distance. This t wo-
yeat-old chestnut son of Keyhav"
enPblar Maid will De rjaaen ny
Hector, Ruiz.1' ''"
Apache, winner of last' year s
Christmas Classic,' wiD be shoot
ing for "repeat performance. Bias
Atrnirre will ride"' the stretch-
burning;; thijee-yearJd offspring
01 t.Dano-uwn rower.
ri Henco. a front-running two-year
old chestnut colt by, Count 'Curley
mav una. me aisiance 100 mucn 10
coise with. Heliddoro Gustines will
do the bootingaboard the Stud Los
Syle star. -Fnr'
imanv face Tans the hizh
Hgrjt of the'.da will be drawing
ior uie ijou iu uuur uiiies wii'.wn
will be' distributed in the various
sections yof the' raceU:ack, k
VlftCT BA.B.K TU nAI t ft I
1 Camberwcll Rodriguez 113 Post position hamperi
ti n PiirilA ). r 1 Ha rin lift Tmnrnvinff 1nw1v
P.K Hon f Jockty- $, Cemmtnt Odd
Peel Closes T:00 7th Raca, 4th Series Imp. t fgt. fur $400 : v..'. Peel Closes 4:10
f ICQND RAvi Or THK DOUBI.I
4 Rublante ''
5- Edith Piaf
: B. Baeza 102 Should be close up
F. Alvarez 104 Could go all the way
i A. Vcaza 113 -Depends on start -B.
Aguirre 113 Can score again i.
"R. Cristian 08 Nothing to indicate
8 Julio Verne H. Gustines 115 Mutuels favorite
2nd Race. '"Special" 4mp. S Ft Purse $450 Pool Closes 1:30
, h i SECOND RACK OP THE DOUBLE
'1 Jack Otanterii B.' Baeza 105 Good early speed
2 Colmado v R.' Cristian 113 Form indicates
Puesto C. Bovil ion --Has shown notiung
4 Red Label V. Castillo US Can make.lt here
5 Valdina Jeep ;i G.: Rivera 110 -8alzing early speed
6 Voltage," -t 'B. Aguirre ,108 Reportedly improved
Peel Closes' 2:00
3rd Rae, Natives I Fa- ''" $W5
' una i ww
1 lSideral" JVTalavert 109x Fractious, unpredictable
2 Brae Val '" B. -Aguirre 110 Winner if he starts 1
3 Golden Wonder J. Phillips 'US Will be close up
4 Carmelita j J. Rivera 110 Fastest at getaway
5 tfapa R. Vasquez tl5 -roniistent performer
6 OlimplcD H. Ruiz 113 Could be upettT
7 Folletito v,.' H. Gustines 110 Not against these
S-Nacho 1 A. Gonzales 108 Worse each time out
1 Mezereum v
3 Le Matelot
4 Febrero II.
' : 8th Race, 1 Mile
:.: i H.. Ruiz 112 Good early speed ,,, 10-1
B. Baeza 110 -Begging for rest ; ; 3-1
B. Aguirre 115 Was never better 7 ; 3-2
J. Phillips 108 Must go lower .- ; ,10-1
R. Vasquez 115 in fight to finish ' 8-2
' .,- J '.
Purse $5000 Pool Closes 4:4S
R. Vasquez 118 Weight htndicaps ( "i 3-1
1 H. Ruiz 100 Doesn't seem likely ,; ," 30-1
B. Aguirre 118- Not against these 10-1
H. GusUnes 100 Not good enough.. 20-1
F. Alvarez 103 Gets first stiff test' 1-5
B, Baeza 100 Seems ','sure ;thing": ; ; 1-5
Peel Closes 5:15
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
22 v 14
20 1 16
J fy CONRADO
1-rThe -i? t (t -i Julie Verne
1 Colnistfq valdina Jeep
3 Brae Val ( Golden Wonder
4 Daniel Mayrita
5 Rabiblance i Julie
4 Cervecerp 1 Jo'selite
rrrefu'dr ji'.,') t- a'w
, 4th Raee, "E", Natives 4 Pfi. Purse $37$
' , '- QUINIELA j"
Pel Closes 1:30
1 Don' Grau '?
2 Mr. Ttvoli
F. Alvarez 112 Could eet un here 2-1
B. Baeza 105 Stumbled in last 4-1
1 V. Hldaliro 110 Way' off form 30-1
A. Ycaza 112 Hard to catch here 3-1
H. .Gustines 104 .Rates good chance 5-2
R. Cristian 113 Form indicates 3-2
5th Race, "F" Natives Pgs. Purse $375
Pool Closes 3:00
B. Aguirre110 Mutuels favorite EVEN
'A.j Vasquez 112 Racing to best form 3-1
JfCadogan 103 Returns from layoff 10-1
' Aii Reyes 112 Best early foot 4-1
B. Baeza 112 Should make it now 1 -3-2
4th Raee, 4th $erlas 4 Fjs. impt Purse $400
i FIRST RACE OP THE DOUBLE
1 Miss Patience A. 'Yeaza liQ Post -position hampers
2 Cartillero H. Gustines 113 --Horse to beat here
3 Celestial Fire B. Aguirre 110 Usually close up
4 Cerveceroj,. v R. Cristian 115 Razor sharp form 1
5 Introduction?? tiy VllSjNot good enough-
6 Concrete Pipe-1 BT. Ruiz 108 Hoepelessly outclassed
7 Joselita A. Vasquez 115 Improved, can repeat
Peel Closes 3:40
9th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purti $500
1 Empire Cross Fi Alvarez 103 Post.. posstioh hampers." '.. 8-1
2 i-My Friend B. Baeza HQ Enjoying good form 4-1
3 King H. Gustines 110 Usually disappoints 2-1
4 Oliver A.Mena 115 Returns from layoff ' -8-1
5 Chivilingo - C. Bovil 108 Nothing in months1 -' 30-1
8 Don Dani E. Dario 100 Early speed only-;'"' v 10-1
7 Mikel A. Gonzales 103 Poor recent races 10-1
8 Picudo R. Cristian-108 Dangerous this time '31
9 Greco'. H. Ruiz 112 Always dangerous- t 5-2
Pool Closes 5:45
lOth -Raee, 4th Series Imp. 7 Fa. Puns $400
1 Blakemere F. Hidalgo 113 Returns in good shape 5-1
2 Manandoagua 105 Doesn't seem" likely 8-1
3 Trirreme V. Ortega 108 Not against these 10-1
4 Germanio F. Alvarez 108 Hard to beat here f 5-2
5 Batallon J." Rodriguez 115 Form indicates EVEN
6 Fieltro A. Gonzales 102 Would pay off 15-1
7 Singful 1 V. 'Castillo 113 Back in good form 2-1
" 5 -2
t l 15-1
iiiiV FILL YdllR WEEDS!
Icaza and Cia
Tivoli travel Agents
Martinin Vermouth 18 1 20
Blue Star Milk '':"15 21
Duran Coffee 15 21
Balboa Beer 15 21
Canada Dry 12 24
Hillman Cars 11 25
Five leading averages Coffey
179, Pahl 173,' Luttenberger 168,
Hassier ie, tieie is.
Icaza Scott Atwiter Motors 3
Crawford Zenith T. V. 'a
.1 J -.1 'a
The outboard motors of Scott
Atwater, out of lead of lead for
one weex naa sufficient norsepow
er to' scoot over the Zenith ,TV's
and regain first place from the
same TV s.
In the first two Kames the mot
ors operating at high speed took
the games quite easily. The Zenith
TV's just could not tune in tne
strike and spare channel. Howev
er, in the last game the motors
developed engine trouble in th
early stages and the TV's were
comma through aliright.
The Motors did cause chough
static,, but thd, Zeniths' just man managed
aged managed to Win by three pins. Ray A A-mato
mato A-mato and Jimmy Bowen were the
high speed models with '511 and
506. The Deluxe console model TV
was Al Hele's 464. 4 L
This was battle between two dif
ferent soft drink quintets, but as
events turned, out it was just as
work out for the Red White and
iBlue Pepsia, who took all four
pooints frqm the Canada Dry um
The five in a pack of Kenta fil filtered
tered filtered to two easy wins from the
last place Hillman Cars. But the
Hillmans did, manage to clean un untile
tile untile fuel lice which produces the
flow of strike and spares, and as a
result took the night cap by five
pins. ""H;- -sv', ,.;,',',.'. ; v.
- Livingston out rolled his teach teaches
es teaches Bill Coffey, 484, o 466. Bill is :
having a rough time' on the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lanes for the basement dwel-
lers. Ridenour raked in 450 for the
Dunlop Rubber 3 Duran Ceffe I
The Dunlon Ruhbermen sunonrfc.
ed by an organized rooting section
vulcanized three of the four nointa.
but in he mid game, he Duran
uorree sippers percolated a 18 pin
Win. Les Pahl produced a tastr
cup of a score for Duran with 555.
but two Navy Chiefs, Lehman and
Kelly in the Dunlop Ranks rough
ed up the Durins with 534, and
Tivell Travelers 3 '
Martini Vermouth 1
The Tivoli Travel Asents were
really traveling, the rolled tha
highest team game of the year
with 932, they also added to theirs
laurels the team series of 2537. A
gainst this onslaught the Martini
Vermouth were lucky to escape'
with their skin.
The Tivolis were traveling 10
fast in the first two games, that?
they stopped to rest and when'
they did the Martinis were re ady,
to grab the last game by two pins.
Mel Leidner 524, B. Good 570 B.J
Kahne 545 were the best Travelers
1 1- 4,. ft- 4 : m 1 m
ana voss aner iussuijj dd,
for the Martinis departed these'
shores for Florida.
Bslb.i Beer 3 Blue Star Milk 1 I
The sud chasers of Balboa Seer 1
and breweed out a 3 to l mareini
This clean aweep put the Pepsi
Colas near the top shelf only one
i4 VVi(n1 4Vit 1 a n (Tn 1a a r1ttai
T..tt.nk.. 1,1. w over the Blue Star dairymen. The
handed slants to a 506 series tor "lc
the Pepsi and Joe Sullivan socked Manny Ternandez of -the
463 for the Canart, Crown. Brewers botUed a 523 set but Hof-;
Kant ClgareHes 3 Hillman Cars 1 er P"t up a creamy series of 538.,
j ju 1 1 1 ,.,' r m : 1 : v : .,, h, ... .
i: sirs. -t- ""-" . A t 4 s r"i' wJ I ... 1 h 3Swr.11U!
'Mi VW-'- .' s
rUrilMalgnriir I -.- r
w 1 s
lt aii our1 aood iriends
opportunity to wid
, ani patrond a very, tf-oyoud
1 t vf!t - -I- i-'w1.
8th Race 1 Mile (Quihiela) Pool Closes 4:40 p.m.
Purse $ 5,000.00
V- iv r SANDOKAN ;.'..n':.(3) H.ulz;;:v; 100
M : -3 APACHE ...,,,.(4) B. Aguirre ....118
ti ncuuu . . ... . ... ...w n. wuaiinti ..... . xuu
9 -vk. I
'i 11 U
15 n i .
. S.-: (ROMANCERO, ... '.-::.(!) F. Alvarez 103
6." (ESTEBAN ..,.: .'..11.(6) -; B. Baeza ;.-...;'..' 100
COLO: ' ' f p v J 1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
For the convenience ; J ' Children Are Not DOUBLES
of our paWns We ire QUIMELAS, Allotted At The 3rd and 9th RACES
now operating both at Ak fierce Tracc ki c -r u r
UieSAVCtY. i 4th and 8th Races O N E T-W O
. '' ... ".. i.' 11 Vs V
First Prize ; : . . . .$100.00
Second Prize .1; ; . : 50,00
V '. rtESEnyED seat
Only Otic Prizel $ 50.00
fjrsl :f Prize V;li........$ 75.00
Second Prize.' . ..... . 50,00
Third Prize L . 25.00
TOTAL .J..;.,....... ?350.C0
t. w r mt
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Nasser Reports Plot
By Farouk-Era Stall
T Replace Regime
PORT SAID, Egypt, Dec. 24
(UP) President G a m a I Abdei
Nasser announced today the dis discovery
covery discovery of an "imperialist" plot led
by Farouk-era officials to over overthrow
throw overthrow his regime. He said the
plot was frustrated and its seer.,
The Egyptian leader disclosed
the plot, which he said took place
recently. In a speech to a wildly
cheering "Victory Day" crowd cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating the first anniversary of
the Anglo-French troop withdrawal
from Port Said.
Npr identified the clot leader
as Mortada el Maraghi, minister
of interior in the Egyptian govern government
ment government overthrow by the military
coup that ousted King Farouk in
1952, El Maraghi is in Beirut, Leb Lebanon.
anon. Lebanon. He charged that El Maraghi'
was aided by Hussein Khairy, a
family and another man whom ha
identified only ai 'NamotuV a
member of the Ottoman dynasty."
Nasser, who hinted the conspir
acy was British-inspired, said tha
'alleged plotter! approached a loyal
Egyptian officer who informed the
' H said tho officer Issameldln
Mahmoud Khalifl of the Air Force
Intelligence was sent $455,000 by
El Maraghi to finance the plot.
Khalrfl. turned over the tunas to
IL. L IT- .... I A
vne govcrniuem, iiasaei bbiu, auu
the plot money had been allocated
for industrial projects in Port
"We nationalized the conspira conspiracy."
cy." conspiracy." Nasser added.
said the loyal air force, of officer
ficer officer was awarded a medal of
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War Bride Arrives
In MY To Find
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 UP) -A
young French bride who was
looking forward eagerly to sharing
her first Christmas with her
American husband learned today
that he would be buried tomorrow.
Mrs. Nicole Mendez Wilson, 25,
who was married to George M.
Wilson, 24, in France last June,
was met when the liner Liberie
docked here by his aunt, Mrs.
"Where's George?1' Mrs. Wilson
"There has been an accident,"
Mrs. Harding answered,
Wilson was killed last Saturday
in a head-on auto collision near
Albany, N; Y. He was en Toute
to the apartment he was prepar preparing
ing preparing for his bride. The driver of
the other car also was killed
Wilson was an Army lieutenant
in France when he met his bride.
He returned to the United States
alter his discharge and made ar-
ra n gementr for; Iter t(T fMlowfr 1
funeral services will be Held
tomorrow in St. Paul's Episcopal
Church in his hometown of Yonk Yonk-ers,
ers, Yonk-ers, N. Y. Mrs. Wilson, whose
status is a dependent wife was
changed by the death, will be ner.
mitted to attend the funeral uncjajr,
o BpcuM yiuuui&iauoa -4uapgssa"
Air Force Orders
Of Radical Bomber
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)
tha Air Force today ordered test
production of a rocket-age, radi radically
cally radically new Intercontinental bomber
capable of flying three times the
speed of sound.
Tha bomber, named the WS-
110A, will be powered by ao-called
"exotic" fuels. ,
No date was; announced for com
pletion or the first test models
and no indication was given on
now soon operational WSllOA's
can be added to the nation's Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command. But it was
said that ft will take at least three
years, probably more, to get the
new bombers into the air.
The Air Force today ordered test
production contract to North
American Avi .tion, Inc., The
amount of money to be spent was
The WS110A Is designed to rtixh
speeds of 2,200 miles an hour and
to climb as. high as about 100,000
feet. Its exact range was. not re revealed
vealed revealed but it will be capable of
transcontinental bomber runs and
return without refueling.
This would permit it to fly from
Chicago to London and return, in
a few minutes more than three
hours. It could reach Moscow
from Alask in about hm ho,,. 1
Research on the oint bmiJ
""wen under way since 1955.
. euAlr,orce Plans l substi substitute
tute substitute the WSU0A for the H-bomb
carrying B52, a suhsonie bomber
with a 6,000-mile range and now
the mainstay of the nation's re-
lajiaiory iorce in event of alack.
The Official innniiiiinu
the WS110A would h ..,wr-f
C.V 1. Ui
-kcu, TO n,ore xnaa 2,000 miles
liiL'' uiuaes-above ,70,000
ii. mese ngures are believed
to be conservative. . t
Crews to fly the new olane will
require special training anrf nnin.
4s Four Off Havy
Radar Plane Saved
ounuLULU, Dec 24 (UP) A
Marine Corps rescue boat early
today picked up four men who
survived the crash of a big Navy
radar plane off Oahu island with
23 aboard, spurring hopes of a
search armada that
vivors couia be found.
The skipper of the crash boat
NO. 22 KDOrted that h ent an.
other Marine Corps boat in the
area had also nicked no two bod.
les In the choppy waters.
Crash boat No. 22 headed tor
Kaneohe Marine Air Station with
he four exhn-ted nrvivorg and
xi tor'r it fourd.
TT'e re-.-re of the four, men
to-jci off renewed effort by i
the sh'ps and planes takln n-rtloulpment that could facilitate
In the ail-out search ordered, the eeVrch..
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Prexy To Head
Civil Rights Body
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP-
President Eisenhower today des
ignated President John A. Hannah
of Michigan State College to be
trie new chairman of the recently recently-created
created recently-created Civil Rights Commission.
The President also named form former
er former Florida Gov. Doyle Elam Carl Carlton
ton Carlton to be a member of the six six-member
member six-member commission.
Both appointments must be con confirmed
firmed confirmed by the Senate. ;
Hannah, who has been serving
as committee vice chairman, suc
ceeds former Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Stanley F. Reed. Reed first
accepted the, chairmanship but lat later
er later withdrew because he said he
felt his duties would conflict with
nls Job as a jurist n
Although he has retired from, the
high court, he is subieet trt iwn
for special service in the lower
White House Press Secretin,
James C. Hagerty aaid in an-
nouncing the appointments that he
expected the President will Wot
with the committee for tho first
ume in we near luture. .
The meeting expected to coin coincide
cide coincide with the new group's, first
organizational session had been
postponed because of Reed's res
ignation. ; v
congress created the Civil
Rights Commission as part of its
compromise civil riehts bill which
was enacted in the closing days of
wie iasi cession. ",,- -?. :;
The commission was set Bp to
investigaba reported civil 'rights
violations and make recommenda
tions to the President
The new 55year-oM chairman
his been president of Michiga
State since 1ML He served os aa
assistant defense secretary for
manpower and personnel l from
1853 to 1954. f. v i
Carlton ia a 70-year-oid Tampa
Fla., lawyer.. He is a Democrat
after the plane vanished yester
day while on a routine training
Seas In the area were high and
visibility waa poor, hampering
tne aearcn oy ocean. "However,
the search by air was easier.
since the celling waa 2000 feet
and there were scattered cloud.
Taking part in the search ear early
ly early today were the d eat rover-es
cort Lansing, the Coast Guard
cutter Bering strait and the Ma
rine crasn Doat. The coast
Guard cutter Blaekhawk was due
mom en tartly and the destroyers
Carpenter and Fletcher were due
The Carpenter and Fletcher
were said to be radar equipped
and bristlina- with electronic
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HOUKRHOI.d rxCHANSE-J Pa. da
Central A vena t II, IBS TL 431
j I ;! Dogs
FOR SALE: Wira Foa Terrier
tPuppiet, A.K.C. rcgistarcd, do
not ah'ed hair. Ideal Chriitmas
gift for children. Houta 2249
Car St., Balbaa.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppy A.K.
C, regiitarad, house broken,
-ear clipped all shot. Navy
3706. ; ;
Bid For Passport
to Moscow Denied
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 23 (UP)-
p.rtent;tod.; in eTiMr. ; Ket informing ..hinvat; if
feet rejected artist Rockwell
Vant'm m,OIl Ini. Iimnnr
passport to attend, a Moscow cere
atuw tci c
mony on Friday
It told Kent he would have to
take a non-Communist oath before
he could get a passport. Kent jn
the oast has refused to take the
oath on the grounds the depart
ment does not nave the right to
demand it. He is now fighting in
federal court to require Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles to
grant him an unrestricted pass
Kent has denied elsewnere tnat
"Sanla Paula" Launching Scheduled For
Jan. 9lh; Mrs. Nixon To Be jhe Sponsor
Grace Line's new "Santa Pau Paula'
la' Paula' will be launched at 12 noon
on January 9th at the yards of
the? builder, the Newport News
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Com Com-panyk
panyk Com-panyk Newport News, Virginia, it
was announced today..
The new shio will be christen christened
ed christened by Mrs. Richard M. Nixon,
wife of the Vice president of the
United States. Acting, as Maids
eKSoiior will ; be" the Sponsor's
two young daughters, the Misses
Trici'a and Julie Nixon. The pro program
gram program for the ceremonies will be
designed to highlight Grace
Line's more than 100 years of
service between the Americas
which makes it appropriate that
the "Santa Paula" Sponsor ia one
whose charm and graciousness Is
particularly well-known and ap appreciated
preciated appreciated in Latin America.
'Sick' Strikes Of Conductors, Agents
Gives NY's Commuters Extra Holiday
NEW YORK, Dec, 24 .(UP)
A "sick" strike cut service today
on the- Long Island Railroad, the
world's largest commuter line,
eivine thousands of workers an
unscheduled holiday and snarling
Christmas plans for thousands of
others who had planned to noe
the trains to join family and
friends for Christmas celebrations.
A spokesman for the road said
185 conductors and ticket takers
had called in sick between mid midnight
night midnight and 6:30 a.m., apparently as
the result of a dispute over holi holiday
day holiday train crew schedules,
v Up to 8:30 a.m.. 45 of 230 sched
uled trains had been cancelled.
Service was suspended entirely on
the Port Jefferson and the Oys
ter Bay branches.
The road normally .carries about
275,000 passengers daily. A spokes
man saia it naa piannea lor so,-
000 commuters during the morning
SEASON'S GREETINGS The worlds largest man-made
Christmas tree, 400 feet hit h wittf a trunk of stoet, this year
features animation. Located on the grounds of General Elec Elec-trie's
trie's Elec-trie's Nel Park in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, the fiant tree as
. hooked up to en electro-mechanical' cycling device and lights
op in five sequenres to provide the animation effect. Giant,
t lighted toys. are scattered unaer the tree and more than 7,000
bulbs in bluish (rccn and pinK are strung over its huge frame.
Nearby hundred ef lar.ps sll out a cordial Merry Christmas
in greeting to the haI million s4hUcers ho annually vUU
t display. f "
la OtM Ava. Nn. 41 IOTO nOMY-Junla
I atraM FARMAC1A "SAS-Vla PonM III nuvurjtvu mn ri -v
FOR SALE 2 1 -Inch RCA Vic Victor
tor Victor table model TV, 25-60 ey eyelet.
elet. eyelet. CaM Fort Clayton 87-6186.
hs Is 6r,ever was a' Communist.
The artist asked the department
fir a temporary passport so he
could accept a 'Russian invitation
t attend- the 200th anniversary
celebration of the v founding of the
Russian Academy Of Fine Arts' on
Dec '27. ' ')-i't'":'!J-'" .''f
Kent said he wanted it "provid "provid-ei
ei "provid-ei it would not predice his uit
U secure a permanent .passport .passport-He
He .passport-He alao asked that' hia wife be
included in the temporary s pass--port.
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State Department spokesman Jo Jo-mih
mih Jo-mih W. Reao said the department
, sent Kent, a ekgranv today;-,.
-.3 e oeparimem uaa
Be completes an
DaSSDOrt. niB CaSB. WU1 US
DaSSDOrt. hlS Case WUi oe Kivcu
'mnslrtoratinhr'' ReSO Said.. K
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Asked whether Kent wouia oe
..unhui1 in answer Questions on
Communist affiliations, Reap said
Me annlication "would not, Pe
onmninte" if he didn't
? The department asks three ques questions
tions questions on applications for passports
dealing with communist parijr
membership:, whether tne appu
pnt ia a member of the Commuiv
it nartv: whether he ever nas
been, and if so, : what wero th
dates Of membership, ,v :;
The 20,000-ton, 300-passenger
liner is being launched lust nine
months to the day after her April
oth Voev. lavlnar. i After the
launching she wiU-join her sister
launched on August 28th, at the
plera where they will be outfit outfitted.
ted. outfitted. They both will enter service
between New ; Yom uie
heart and South America in'1958
-i-theJ'Santa Rosa" in early sum-
meri he ''Santa" PauU":iri the
early fall. Designed and built es-
peciaily ror. iropicai--ctuiiiii.i
they will renlace for the first
time In maritime history two fa
mous ships with the same names
which will pa on to mem i
enviable postwar record of taore
t.hnn anri vnvaees and two and a
half million miles in Inter-Amer
ican service. (Aavt.)
rush hour -instead of the normal
75.000. because many businesses
had declared a pre-Christmas ho
liday. Extra sections were scnea
uled for later in the day to car
ry Christmas travelers. .
Heaviest, hit x next to the two
shut down lines was the Babylon
line, a heavilv traveled toute a
Ions? Lone Island's south shore
which reoorted service about 50
rr rJent of normal. ;"
Traffic on Long Island park-wava-.
was. heavy but apparently
less congested tnan u tne i snut snut-down
down snut-down Miad occurred on a normal
wnrkinff daV. -".' n'
.Manv commuters who would
have worked only haU a day any
way apparently decided the i trip
wasn't worth the effort.
' Congestion was expected later in
the day with thousands of families
traveling in both directions to
pRTOIADA-t tlrMt Wo.. IS
- ISJ I. Cat.a.qullla ARM ACM LO
ArMrmri.a Av. ind M l O
FOR SALE: One wln .very
cheap. 45 straat; No. 26 and
Juste Aroiemena-. Ava. ;'.
BUDGET HI FL ZenitK cembi-
, nation AM and FM radio and
automatic record changer. Four-
ipeed controlled by, built-in
, stroboscope Hondo arm-chair
console with leather top. Oriel-.
nally $350. Will eell for $1J0.'
Also an inexpensive tape recor recor-er
er recor-er for'fun at parties, an4 many'
serious '' uses. Originally .$125.
Sacrificing for S5Q, Telephone
3-6794V. &(W.ti?h '-'..:;
FOR SALE: Christmas records.
Also, classical and popular! en
33 13 RPM. AGENCIAS DIAZ.
37th Street He, 6-A. open nitei.
Ingrid And Kids
Trim Tree. Expect
Rosselrii ; taier : i v
ROMEk TJee.'. 24dp)-Inprld
Bergrnan and her three children
trimmed i Christmas tree today
in preparation- for a brief family
reunion with Roberto Rossellini.
-'iMisa1 Bergman and the Italian
producer, legally separated last
month, arranged the get-together
to give their children what might
be a final Christmas with all of
them under one roof.
Miss Bergman told a' reporter
she expected Rossellini later in
the day. v .... ; .;'
We are trlmminc the tree
right now and Roberto is arriving
here this afternoon .to stay over
Christmas,'.'", she said.
rTheii actress arrived yesterday
looking relaxed and happy, to be
returning to. her "children after
movie-making in London, She ap appeared
peared appeared a different, persons from
the strained woman who left Rome
last month in the glare of publicl
tty iovjer-Jief breakup with Rossel-.
; -" .'
sue pleaded for a peaceful boll-
day withput reporters and photog photographers.
raphers. photographers. Dozens of photographers
had taken up the vigil outside the
apartment. i w
"I've come back to spend
Christmas with my family," ahe
said. "I don't want to talk to the
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.Miscellaneous., 'SERVICES ;;
DRAWER "A," DIABLO ;
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL CXVi,
High Prices Balk
Sale Of Farou
Family's Fur oafs
. CAIRO. Dec. 24 TUP)" Wish
prices frustrated atteninta tonpll
furs Of ex-Kinir Farouk'a wive
ana rmg aown the curtain here
toaay on the sale of the playboy
The sales have been coiner on
for several davs and aivh thnic
items aa oversize bar stools and
Farouk's favorite .tapestry of
nudes gallivanting with animals
came- 4 under,, the auctioneer's
Today the fur's ot Queen Farl
aa ananer daughter Ferial, and
Butthe scrambling crowd of
wwmcn were uname to reacn the
reserve prices of : the minks,
chinchillas and ermines. ;
The nearest was when ; one
woman bid $224016 onej of Nar-s.
A fur coat which belonged 'to
Prihcess Ferial "when she was
two, went for $280.
press. I don't want any more pic pictures.:
tures.: pictures.: I just want to be with my
f Offers JtneiitaU property known a tne
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O P E N 1 N G
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PJionographa, Same day aorylce'-'
: If call hi recieved by 7iOO p.m.
Wa htva, transistors for 1957
and 58 automobile radios. Phono
f Panama, 3-7607, U, S. TeleW-
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Krushchev Hints v;
Ill JUTIGI lUllC)
LONDON. DeC. 24 mvL-Anv1-
et Communist chieftain Nikita
Khrushchev hinted t-today that
Russia is preparing to cuts In
thef armed forces ,uhilaterally In V
eW ;6f NATO's latest declara
tion against use of force.
ispeaklng to the Ukrainian Re Republic's
public's Republic's 1 Parliament in K 1 e
Khrushchev said the: Sunrftma
Soviet had recommended a study V
of such cuts last week.
; He added that "development of
science and en elneerinsr In our
country, makes reductions In
armed forces possible.
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The gift Were parachuted brought by.' helicopter; to; IsorateduVoi '1'
which 15 rebels were killed,' was
reported yesterday in Algeria.
In Algiers itself, the:; army an
nounced it will lift, for Christmas
and .New Year's, the strict mill-
ury curiew mat nas Dene tn ef effect
fect effect for, more than two years.
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marked drop in the amount of na
tionalist violence in Algiers with
in the last few" months. v
, But tw Metlent girls, aged H
and 20 today faced death en the
gulllotirM far bombing twe foot.
Mil "stadiums last February.
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Pn: Pope's Message
i LONDON, Dec. 24 UP)Radio
Moscow today reported without
comment details ol the Christmas
speech of Pope Pius XII appealing
for disarmament and peace -'
.Broadcast a Tass news agency
Report,; the radio said,' "in his
messageithe Pope 'referred to the
question of p;ace and international
security." t : : . -i
persons, night for the 'support their rnnn.i
ue gave 10 rTance jn: the United
Nations debate ort Alsefu
Pineau spoke at a lavish dinnet'
party at the Quai ,D5Qfsay given
especially : ior xne-v ambassadors.
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an aner-tunner addresSL ial
affirmed the- close- ties -which- tr.
aitionaiiy nave -united Franco
wiin uie- Latin American nations;
Abelardo. Saenz., amhassndnr nt
vi uguay 10 r ranee, spoKe ; after-
wara in tne name of all. the guests.
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ship toward France cohstitutes al
ways, even in diplomacy, the
strong lever which can ;piv-. form
results," Saenr saiinv
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British Leader Gaitskell Says Java
Will Be Over-run By Communism Soon
, ) f LONDON, DecJ 24-UP)-Brit-ish
Socialist leader Hugh Gaitskell
" today returned by plane from a
' Tar Eastern tour during which he
i got the impression that Java will
ba over-run by Communism "be
Gaitskell told reporters the sig-
WfUbince of developments in indo
' esLi was the most important im
.r mmiah Via ffainH Awmmf an 11.
day trin to Calcutta. Dacca, Ran
goon, Singapore, Malaya, Ceylon
, "The : implication that Java
witl be over-ron by Communism
5 Before long Ttry strong,", he
' "You can't help being impressed
with them When you are so near, last month. Sukarno himself was
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raise India's standard of living,
friandly rolations : v existing be-,
tween the British .paoplo.j and
people of other countries, and
the need for the Kashmir dis dispute
pute dispute to be settled "as quickly as
Meanwhile a former high army
officer, and fanatical Moslem
terrorist Organization Wef e abus abused
ed abused in Jakarta today of carrying
out the bloody attempt to assas assassinate
sinate assassinate President Sukarno last
Lt. Col. Achmed Sukendro, the
army's intelligence chief, placed
the blame on LtColViZukifli .Lu
bis, a one-time deputy army chief
of staff, and the Darul Islam or
He also disclosed that k. plot to
slay other high Indonesian leaders
had been uncovered with the ar
rest of 60 persons linked to the at
tempted assassination f Sukarno.
Eleven persons were killed
and 146 injured- when hand gre grenades
nades grenades were thrown into a crowd
of persons, mostly, woman and
children, outside a school build building
ing building which Sukarno was visiting
Sukendro, directoF of military
a 1 1 m i re
intelligence ior uie general siau
said the suspects include a neph
ew of army chief of staff Ma
Gen. Abdul Harris Nasution and a
nephew of the Moslem Masjumi
party chairman,. Mohamme$. Nat
sir. v j
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Acting n Opera
: NEW YORK, Dec. 24 (UP) Mel
ropolitan Opera Mar Blanche The The-bom
bom The-bom returned from Moscow today
l l: il.i i . is i i
uuasung uiai ner Amencan-siyie
love-making in "Carmen" had ihe
Russians in a dither.
The soprano said that when she
embraced her stage lover, Don
Jose, a buzz of excited murmura
filled the opera house. Don Jose
was so disconcerted, she said, thai
ne forgot Jus lines.
The story was the same when whenever
ever whenever she .went on her three-week
tour, she said. The same thing
happened in Moscow, Leningrad
"They were absolutely broken
up' she said. "These audiences
had never seen an absolutely real realistic
istic realistic acting performance' as well
as a singing performance.
,, Russian "audiences are
want the dramatic role
Sukendro gave newsmen the in
formation at a rare 2Vi hour
briefing at army headquarters.
He said Lubis "cooperated"
with the Darul Islam outlaws who
have vowed to set up a Moslem
state in Indonesia. r
Othen involved in the plot in
clude some army officer? ,anq
youth organizations affiliated with
the Darul Islem, he said.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,1
In prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographies
Branch ef the Panama Canal
5-,, .Balboa CristobaJ
High 90 85
low .. .... 75 81
High ........ 93 88
Low 62 82
(max. mphr NW-14 NE-24
RAIN (inches) T .02
(inner harbors) 81 82
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:' f V ; $ffijSayj HARRISON REPORT.
i n i a.. a i t m i i t-.'caUed.
A slieht-drop in the number of;
commercial ocean-going vessels I
using the Panama Canal .during
November was shown in the offi official
cial official transit figures "released at
Balboa Heights this week
During November, 79 oceangoing
commerq'al vessels passed through
the Canal.1 This was 34 less ihfm
total transiting during the month
of October but 125 more than the
number using the Canal during
November 1956. L
foils oh commercial vessel; dur during
ing during November totaled $3,526,484
ascompared1to JS3.684.260 for; the
month, of October. In addition.
tolls amounting to $32,993 were
credited from the 25 ocean-Rom?
government-ownea snips wmui
naaRed: throueh the Canal last
Car co carried through the Canal
mi hnlh pnmmercial and COVCm-
Hment shiPs in November toUled
4,061.838 tons as compared to 4, 4,-373,253
373,253 4,-373,253 tons during the .previous
month, ' "?
Ships Vshig the Canal during, th
first five months of the fiscal year
earied 21.305.839 tons of i ca'go
which represents an increase of
more than 2,ooo.oo tons over iup
hroueht through the Canal
during a similar penoa issi, jtw.
MIAMI, Dec. 24 (UP)-"Wolly;'
a hite sheep without any Chnst'
mas spirit, wa corralled today 12
hours after he skipped out on his
job of standing in a nativity scene
at a cnurcn.
The rebellious sheep led young-,
lr it h Miami Shores Presbyr
teriah Church a merry chase for
nAr Dim an hour last nieht. He
ran up and down the streets of
the T exclusive residential suburb
fe-Ftpp hi nrnae out 01 nis oauviu
scene sUlivThe youn;sters finally
gave up when "Woolly reacnea
the ereener pastures of the Miami
Shores golf courses 4 . (
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rented Tor the church Display; was
rmiBht 'hVi "resident ot XNorm
Miami, 43 blocks away from the
Gl On Furlough
BEAUMONT. Tex.. Dec. 24
UPWA soldier who got a quick
furloueh to try and save bis mar
riage after his wife wrote him
a "Dear ; John" letter confessed
today he strangled her with his
GI necktie. '... '-W:0
Donald. McCollum, stationed at
Fort Riley, Kan., was charged
with murder, before Justice of the
Peace Mrs. Bermce Seals at
The victim was Hazel Jane Mc
Collum.1- 20. McCollum returned
from a drive ia neighboring Hard Hardin
in Hardin County with his wife's body
sprawled in the back of the. car,
the necktie still around her neck.
McCollum drove the body to the
home of his1 brother. J. W. Mc
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