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AN INDEPENDENT SS 1 MIS DAILY NEWSPAPER
tAe people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R, P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1956
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rrittsh VIEW OF ANGLO-AMERICAN RELATIONS This cartoon which apeared in the
nHv ttcoress on Nov 28 expresses one English view of current U.S.-British relations;
iffSS5untatPrty. leader Nikita Khrushchev saving to President
ElMniwwer, You see !Now you can understand what it means to have satellite trouble."
Briton-Yank Love Affair On Again
As U. S. Wins Pais By Warning Reds
The independent Paris news newspaper
paper newspaper ComMn said that in
France, "the disappointment. .is
simply added to that of numerous
other disappointments accumu accumulated
lated accumulated over a long period of
LONDON, Dec. 1 (UP) r
American prestige in Britain
bounced back from a near au au-time
time au-time low today because of the
Jtern U.S. warning to Russia to
stay out of the Middle East.
But anti-American feeling still
smoldered in France over the
American vote in the United
Nations for immediate withdrawal
of British and French troops from
The U.S. warning to Russia to
atop its arms build-up in Syria
was headlined in ail London news news-papers
papers news-papers In such a way as to make
it clear that the United States is
back on "our side" again.
"Ike swings behind us," the
Dally Mail declared in a banner
...in., it orpHitpri the American
2 W tt?ck on the
RBhdad Pact powers tor smwi
,TagaStfti Minister An
thony Eoena s
mi.. fr; .treuMl the need for
ine juiw ." i ii
Anfilo American cooperauuu.
V "i.i.. aoo(prl that Britain u TVmni T aMarra tstifipri at
would do better to lay emphasis her husband's kidnap-murder trial;
cnrh COODeraUOn nuici
PC Tank Farms
Now Being Handled
By Storehouse Div.
The operation and mainten
ance of Panama Canal tank
In France. anti-American feel
ina still was strong and ranged
from high Jovernment circles to ls transferred from
the man on the street Observers the storehouse D1vision to the
said the French feeling was more TerrmnalSj effectlve today,
deep-rooted than that in Britain. v to ye8terday. all marine
bunkering was handled by the
In Tensions Face
Turkey Plans Call
For Larger Forces
ISTANBUL Turkev. Dec. 1
(UP) Turkey announced today it
will beam "routine" army maneu
vr shortly and call up more
men into the armed forces.
The National Defense Depart Department
ment Department made the moves against a
background of growing tension
between Turkey and it southern
A communique said the Turkish
Army maneuvers would begin in
both eastern and western Turkey
within the next two weeks.
The communique also said that
"some men had been called up
into the army" in the '.'frame
work of this year's defense tram,
Syria Asks Protection
Are Ganging Up
On Her, UN Told
Britain Hails Decision
To Send US Oil To Europe
LONDON, Dec. 1 (UP) Bri, I number one story of the day in
tain today hailed the news that
American oil would flow to Europe
as being the first sign that the
Anglo-American rift is being patch
- ... v
And Britons and Europeans alike
hailed the decision for another and
more vital reason t- they need the
President Eisenhower's decision
to launch the emergency plan to
meet Europe's oil shortage was the
today-that her husband's behavior
became "very unnatural" several
weeks before the time he is ac accused
cused accused of kidnaping adtf killing lit little
tle little Peter Weinberger.
Terminals Division and the
change, in effect, will place all
operations of the tank farms in
one division. The transfer is pri primarily
marily primarily administrative and per
sonnel engaged in that type of
work in the Storehouse Division
will transfer to the Terminals
The Division of Storehouse will
continue to handle the procure procurement,'
ment,' procurement,' storage, and issue of Cer Certain
tain Certain petroleum products for the
company-government units, In
cluding Panama Line ships. It
The communique said
Recent Dock Strikes
Extended 70 Days
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP)
Federal Judge Frederick Van
the British press, and throughout
Diplomatic circles both here and
m Paris claimed that the action
was nroof that Britain and France
were stepping up their withdrawal
Both Britain and France, facing
a winter of acute petroleum short
ages, are in no position to jeopar
dize the flow of American fuel by
balking at the Suez evacuation.
Two British newspapers, the La-
borite Daily Herald and the Liberal
were all "normal measures. avmren Bryan today approved a
it added that it also is "normal government request for a 70-day
and natural to accent that Turkish' extension of a Taft-Hartley in-
forces have taken vigilant meas- junction against the recent East
ui 11 i ..it a. j t t
in accordance witn me nu uuu coasi oock sirwe.
nresent circumstances." Bryan said he would sign a new
c j. .,.. I , j.
The announcement was mane astuun uruer uy luesaay, wnen me
AMarca testified j
needed for storage from the Ter
mnsals Dijpsion. at hter-eacy
Two Nations Hurry
In Rescue Efforts
T r i i!
today that he tried to borrow mon- Q Jg 4 Airmen
ey several weens uciuie me juij
4 klanaping to buy her a wedding
anniversary present. He couldn't
i-oico tho mnnpv shr said and then
rh. liailv Telegraph reported ,ctin- .'very unnatural,"
on sucn coonci -----on
any insistence on conditions for
urithdrawing us "vF
hopefully from Washington that nouting t the children and going
r. r iirii'in nft over
tne Anw-m 1 iBt.H
c..-.. mac nn r.ne aecuue. v
au". v.. futttorial page T.., .i,--rtv has twitified
a n limn 1111 im, uniunita 011 v n v
headed: "Americans Look Beyond he was deepiv in debt at the time
$10M For People
Following her testimony, the
trial was adjourned until Monday
when Dr. Thomas Cusack, a psy psychiatrist,
chiatrist, psychiatrist, will testify for the de defense.
fense. defense. Defense attorney David
Markowitz asked for the recess. 1
Mrs. LaMarca also testified that
when she was taken to her hus husband
band husband during his questioning black
acting Turkish Foreign Minister
Ethem Menderes conferred on the
Middle East crisis with British
and French leaders in London.
(Informed sources in London
said Menderes told British For Foreign
eign Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd that
Will lease for this purpose tanks. Iraq may be forced to resort to
military action to prevent ayna
from becoming an outright Soviet
satellite. Tne sources saw Men Menderes
deres Menderes added that Turkey woulfefo
bound under the Baghdad Pact to
Calls Army Powerful
The Turkish communique said
that "our army is powerful
enough to do any job which will
be given it."
The communique discounted
foreign press reports that Turkey
was massing troops on the bor borders.
ders. borders. Turkey has a 500-mile fron frontier
tier frontier with Syria and a 300-mile bor border
der border to the east with Russia.
There was no official comment
here on Moscow charges that
Turkeyand Iraq were planning
military action against Syria.
Turkish newspapers reiterated
charges that Russia was smuggl
ing arms into Syria from the
Black Sea, through the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles and into the Mediterranean.
DAMASCUS,, Dec. 1 (UP) Th Syrian Government
Daily Herald and the Liberal l .l. :.j Kl-H. T
News Chronicle, both used thei"" .... vm .vi piviwiwn uyumi a
same banner headline on the story threat of armed attack by Britain. France, Israel and
-"Ike Rolls Out The Barrels." Jiirlf.w
PORT ARTHUR, Ont. Dec. 1
(UP) An International rescue
operation swung into action to today
day today to save four U.S. Air Force
fliers who parachuted from their
crippled jet bomber into the
snow-covered Ontario wilder wilderness.
ness. wilderness. Woodswien from a vulp and
paper comvany slashed, a path
throufth the scragaly buth in
driving snow to a point about
SO miles northeast of here,
where the men parachuted
from their flamina tl,900.000
B-47 Stratojet bomber last
Canadian and U.S. Air Force
onH Ki'no murks on her arms were
wfw vnnir Dee. i (UP) U,m tK strana nf a lie detector
AmM-irin have spent $10 miUion thjlt Fdt afinis had used to test !......,.. tm frnm Trpn
on Hungarian relief, a United her LaMarca had charged that ton 0nt and an American air-
Press purvey tnoweo toaay. nis wife was beaten Dy quesuou
The U.S. Government, American ing agenta.
Red Cross, religious organiiations
of all denominations, ana priva e -.i r u
relief groups have combined in -fS I UU JUppiy
the giant campaign to aw
tims of Communist terrorism,
with the total expected to reach
Italians Will Fly
In the midst of some confusion
between the various organizations
over the relief project, President
Eisenhower named supply expert
Tracy S. Voorhees to coordinate
the drive. Mr. Eisenhower earlier
allocated $20 million in govern
ment aid for Hungarian relief.
About $15 million of the alloca allocation
tion allocation is in the form of surplus food.
Other funds will be spent on blan blankets,
kets, blankets, cots, mattress covers and
field kitchens for the thousands of
Hungarians who fled into Austria
Was It Brando,
Or Lady Godiva
OAKLAND, Calif.. Dae. 1 (UP)
Police wer en the lookout to today
day today for a mechanized mile "LacV"
Godiva. A waitreit told police (be
taw a man on a motorcycle cruii cruii-btf
btf cruii-btf at dawn Thursday, woarinf on only
ly only a board and a white crash hel-
Since Suez Crisis
Arrives In Naples
NAPLES, Italy, Dec. 1 (UP)
The oil tanker" Waneta arrived
here today, the first ship with
a supply of oil from the Middle
East since the Suez canal block blockade.
ade. blockade. The waneta, flying the Pana Panama
ma Panama flag, sailed the Cape of
Good Hope from the Persian
Gulf. Di left on Oct. 30 with 28, 28,-000
000 28,-000 tons of petroleum taking a
month to arrive here instead of
the normal 12 days through the
SMITH S HELPERS SRV:
Om -r-L 1
base near the U.S. border flew
to the scene with orders to Jump
at daybreak with medical supplies.
Employes of the Great Lakes
Pulp and Paper Companv, guid
ed bv a fire one of the four
downed airmen kindled after
dryinsr wet underbrush, expected
to reach the remote scene be before
fore before the airborne rescuers.
Plaes circled the marooned
men throughout the nleht. wnlt-
in? to guide rescue plxnes and
helicopter to them after sunup.
The pilot of one "spotter" plrn
radioed the Port Artnur Civil
Airport tower that the four men
marked thlr portion with the
"re and flashlights carried as
They keot mov)n to euard a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst frostbite In the 17-aBove-7ro
'ERUSALEM, Israel, Dec. 1
But the first jubiliation that the
long delayed American decision
had been made a delay which
has caused great bitterness in Bri Britain
tain Britain was tempered by the Min Ministry
istry Ministry of Supply which said that it
was much too early to talk about
ending fuel restrictions and ration rationing.
ing. rationing. Pan-Am Highway
Bottleneck To Be
Removed By June
ANTIGUA. Guatemala, Dec. 1
(UP) The bottleneck in the
Pan American Highway on this
side of the Mexico-Guatemala
border will be eliminated by nest
June, a qua-Ufled Guatemala!
official said this week:
Communications Minister Juan
Luis Lizarwlae told the First
Regional Conference on the Pan
American Highway that the dif
ficult mountain tretch south of
the Mexican border will be open
to traffic next summer although
it would not be fully paved.
Lizarralrie also told the con
The warning followed charges ference Guatemala ls arranrine
by the Mew YorK Shipping Associ- with the four other Central A
ation that dock workers herew ere merlcan republics for the adop
tion of a "single visa" for trav
elers motoring on the Pan A
merlcan Highway, saving them
from the annoyance of having
to obtain five separate visas.
The official said Guatemala is
ready to abolish any restrictions
which might hamper free tran
sit on the highway through Gua
temalan territory. "Free transit
all along the highway ls inevit
able and Guatemala wants to
set the example;" Lizarralde
The conference, attended by
some 200 delegates from all the
21 American republics, adjourn
10-day temporary injunction ob
tained by the government last
Saturday expires. The 70 day
extension will go into effect at
5 p.m. est Tuesday
President Elsenhower moved
last week to halt the strike by
60,000 members of the Inter International
national International Longshoremen's Associ
ation under the national emer emergency
gency emergency provisiona of the Tfft
Hartley law. Hie nine-day walk walkout
out walkout that tied up porta from Maine
to Texas cost about $180 minion.
Bryan warned ILA representa
tives that any concerted attempt
to organize or encourage what
could be called a slowdown would
be considered a violation" of the
restraining order now in effect.
Foreign minister Salah Birar has cabled UN Secre
tary-general Dag Hammarskiold about the situation.
charging it is "a direct threat to peace."
Bitar s cable said news agency reports Drove that
British, France, Israeli, Turkish and other leading officials
are planning an armed attack on Syria."
This state or attairs constitutes a direct threat to
peace, Bitar was quoted as saying.
The foreign minister told Hammarskiold that Svria
is "loyal to the UN charter and desirous of peace," but
would repel an attack from any source, the broadcast
engaged in a slowdown that has
delayed ship schedules. The slow slowdown
down slowdown was attributed to resent resentment
ment resentment over the National Labor
Relations Board injunction that
stopped the ILA from attempting
to negotiate a single contract
covering all East and Gulf ports.
The trouble appeared to center
around West side piers worked by
members of Local 824. One docker
was observed using a hand truck
to unload one water ski at a time
from the Swedish American liner
Kungsholm. As many as five
workers grappled with one bag in
loading the Queen Mary
Bryan reserved decision on a edjyesterday
request by the Shipping Associ Association
ation Association to include the word "slow-
) Italian nlanes will flv 27 down" in the new court order. He
Jiided Egyptian prisoners of ld there had been no evidence
war from Israel to Cairo Sunday, presented at the hearing to indi indi-t
t indi-t was announced here today. cate that the ILA had not com-
A fore en office source said the Puea wnn me earner oraer
prisoners would be flown directly banning work stoppage.
b new session of The Unit! m
Meanwhile in Baghdad, young
King Feisal of Iraq said today
that Iraq had been forced to de declare
clare declare martial law "to protect the
rear of the Irai
ned in J
IiV a speec
opening the th
parliament, tne Arab monarcn
recounted the "sad, regrettable
events which befell sister Egypt"
in the Anglo-French and Israeli
aggression which he said threat threatened
ened threatened all other Arab countries.
The action against Egypt,
he sa- d .prompted Iraq to send
its army units into neighbor neighboring
ing neighboring Jordan under a joint Iraqi-Jordanian
command "to de defend
fend defend Arabdom."
Meanwhile the United States
today counted on an early
wtihdrawal of British and
French military forces from
the Suez canal.
Diplomats indicated that Lon London
don London and Paris gave Washington
"satisfactory" word on the troop
Issue before the United states
set in motion its emergency oil
program for oil-starved western
Diplomatic sources said they
expected the strained relations
n the Western alliance to he he-gin
gin he-gin improving immediately.
Evidence of new assurances on
plans for Angjo-French troop
withdrawals was seen in th
sudden American decision yes-
r en pra-
.tes had nn.
ned to dehy action until nir
week pending a more "defini
uve- British statement on troop
The United States announc announced
ed announced plans to provide the Euro Europeans
peans Europeans with at least 500,000
barrels of oil a day within a
The Middle East emergency
committee, a group of 15 majof
U.S. oil companies, will meet
Monday in New York to get th
program under way.
The emergency oil move raisji
ed the problem of financing In,
creased oil purchases in thf
Western hemisphere by Westeri
Europe. Estimates of the cosf
have ranged as high as $2 bil billion
lion billion if the Suez Canal remains
closed a year.
U.S. officials said the Euro
peans are expected to meet the
dollar drain themselves "for
some initial periods."
.Some nations may borrow front
the U.S. Export-Import Bank.
from Tel Aviv to Cairo in two
planes chartered by the Interna International
tional International Red Cross. The flight plan
has been approved by the Egyp
tian government, the source said.
If Oats Rationed
He's Had It
BIRMINGHAM England, Dec.
1 (Tjp) Businessman Eric
Donpvan said today he has de developed
veloped developed a scheme to save three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of a gallon of rationed
gasoline daily. He rides his horse
Cars, Bistros, Phones, Ballgames, Stage
Ask Tax Relief (And Pleas Maybe honored)
Men, Boys To Take
t Saint Paul's
Men and ,boys of St. Paul's
Church Will 'make their annual
Advent corporate communion at
the Holy Eucharist servle Sun
day at 9 a.m.
It is expected that all the male
members of the parish will attend.
U. S. to Send Oil for the Lamps of Europe;
Production Hike Seen; Stock Market Reacts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP) -President
assured of British-French plans to
withdraw their troops from Suez,
today set in motion emergency
measures to rush extra U.S. oil to
. Officials said the speedup in
shipments will not result in oil oil-gasoline
gasoline oil-gasoline rationing in this country.
But household fuel oil prices may
rise over the next few months and
gasoline prices may go up a half-
cent a gallon.
Oil stocks rose on the New York
Stock Exchange following the of
ficial announcement. The United
States is expected to send West
ern Europe enough oil to boost its
supplies to 70-80 per cent of nor normal.
mal. normal. The long awaited U.S. move,
which may help heal the rift be between
tween between this country and its British
and French allies, was announced
simultaneously here and at the
temporary White House in Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, 6a.
Talked With Dulles
Presidential News Secretary
James C. Hagerty said Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower gave a go-ahead to the
The union blamed, 10 per cent tax on their business
James F. Reilly, executive di director
rector director of the National Association
of the Legitimate Theater, Inc.,
and of the League of New York
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 (UP) nightclubbing
Congress was urged today to cut, the tax. ....
excise taxes on autos, mgni cium lmuui icguc ncuw v..
telephone service, minor league George M. Trautman told the sub sub-baseball
baseball sub-baseball games, the legitimate; committee minor league baseball
thtor nri automatic oens ana may De on me vay out Decause
p.ncj, of declining attendance. He urgedi Theaters, Inc., said most stage
Spokesmen for the various en- that teams in the lower leagues! productions fail to show any prof-
terprises testified before a House! be exempted from the 10 per cent: it. Only 6 of the 20 shows now on
Ways k Means subcommittee! federal admissions tax. i Broadway, he said, "show any
nrhirh is consider ne anneals for Sen. Charles E. Potter (R-Mich) sign of recouping their invest-
relief form federal sales taxes, it urgea me suDcommittee to nn tne menis.
agreed tentatively earlier this
ear to scaie mem uown, men de decided
cided decided on further hearings.
Orchestra leaders Guy Lombar Lombar-do
do Lombar-do and Meyer Davis supported an
appeal by the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Musicians to end the 20 per
cent tax on cabaret entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. They said "name bands"
have all but gone out of business
excise tax on passenger automo-
eiles for 6 months to relieve un
employment in his state. He said
u employment in the auto indus
try has swelled Michigan's jobless
total to 176,000.
Potter questioned in a state statement
ment statement whether automobiles should
be classified as luxuries. He said
three-quarters of the average per
son s driving is connected wu i
because of the tax.
The musicians union said many rjrning a living,
of its members are unemployed,! Spokesmen for the legitimate
Chiefly because the average wage theater apd the Bell Telephone
earner no longer can afford to go system called for relief from the
A Bell Telephone spokesman
said the 10 per cent tax on tele
phone service should be repealed.
This would benefit telephone us users
ers users rather than the companies, he
The Fountain Pen k Mechanical
Pencil Manufacturers' Associa
tion, Inc., said students and house
wives are paying $3.5 million
yearly in "discriminatory" excise
taxes on their writing equipment.
mere is a 10 per cent tax on
fountain pens, ballpoints and
EH BeeHHsiKlH Ht
JET BOMBERS MAKE RECORD FLIGHTS Six-year-old Karen McWilliams looks at on! of
the two Strategic Air Command B-52 jet bombers which landed near Baltimore after taking
part with six other bombers in record-breaking flights of from 13,500 miles to 17,000 miles.
The planes, which ware aloft from 26 to 31 hours, circled the U.S. and Canada with the
North Pole as a turning point, more than twice th appionliaU 5,000-mile distance to Rus Russia
sia Russia from U.S. air bases.
emergency oil program after con consulting
sulting consulting with Secretsry of Stat
John Foster Dulles in Key West,
ana Acting secretary of
State Herbert Hoover Jr. lit
While the White House did not
say so, Washington officials indi indi-cated
cated indi-cated this country has received
private assurances the British-
French withdrawal from Egypt
will take place in comnlianra
with United Nations resolutions.
Todays action will bring to together
gether together in New York Monday th
Middle East Emergency Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, a froup of 15 major U.S. oil
companies recruited to supply
Europe's emergency oil needs af after
ter after Egypt nationalized the Sues
Canal. First goal of the committe
will be to pool oil tankers to speed
the flow of alreidy-available U.S.
oi to Europe.
Production To Rise
Officials said the oil firms, act acting
ing acting separately, have increased
daily oil shipments from the Gulf
Coast to Western Europe by 300 300-000
000 300-000 barrels a day. They expect the
government-backed plan to boost
the figure to 500.000 extra barrels
dally waiun a month.
U.S. oil production, now 7,100, 7,100,-000
000 7,100,-000 barrels a day, is expected to
be boosted by 800,000 to 850,000
barrels daily to meet the in increased
creased increased need.
Officials said 39 government government-owned
owned government-owned oil tankers are being taken
out of "mothballs" and recondl recondl-tnned
tnned recondl-tnned to help meet a tanker tanker-shortage.
shortage. tanker-shortage. The government also is expected
to consider financial aid to help
European nations pay for the oil.
Loans from the U. S. Import Bans:
are a possibility. Some congrea
sional sources have indicated it
wuuio laxe sew million to tj
the extra oil needed by Euroo.
SA TTRDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1951
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CANAL ZONE CIVIL DEFENSE
,Dea Thanks' for your recent plus for Civil Defense. It was a
great assist inasmuch as Civil Defense should be brought to
'the attention of our people and kept there. But It must not
be based nelc,cannot msCussed-with the American peo people
ple people on the basis of fear although for the first time in our
!hatlon's history, the threat of a devastating war shadows the
'door of every home in America.
This possibility of destruction 1 something we are going
Ito have to lice with as long as now can be seen At one time
we were relatively secure and invulunerable against attack but
the spVctacuiar development of high-speed long-range bombers
and other weapons has provided the Soviets with a method of
Quickly achieving domination of the world If the United
Stated be caught off guard. And the history of communism
?" SSSTku said there are three basic elements to
"achieve lasting peace: 1, to be strong enough in military de-
0 .,. 2 the world must know that
-we have a ereat retaliatory puei, mm '"v 7
l-owledge on the part of the enemy that this nation cannot
Ibe Smograllzed. that it cannot be panicked, that It cannot be
TdhaWaSVredeiT where we come in. This type of
warfa?? Xffnv&n SS&SSI
! of us refuse to even think about It "It can t happen ana n
F Wew? knowUSit"can happen and If It does, most of us
canurviv 1 : ale prepared. I do not intend to repeat
sloaans and platitudes but some things are basically true -CivU
Defense means self defense to help to save the in in-Iiiviriual
Iiiviriual in-Iiiviriual first and our resources for recovery second.
PrSlJeS sMower said: "Unless the people themselves
Sh V of StidSSWt should." "A good Civil De De-'ieiAse
'ieiAse De-'ieiAse corps like a good bombing squadron, lessens the chances
STar and might well mean the difference between victory and
;de'eTne7atemlnrwe must accept and we must play our
rt Th rknal Zone Civil Defense Corps, both official and
?.Llhe h. Trln and f vlnllant. This means training,
"Come to Think of It It's Our Lifeline, Too"
Sm-tS&lm so that everyone Is con con-;5lSonS
;5lSonS con-;5lSonS !to do whit he must do, properly, even though under
reat stress LleUtenan(. aovemor are both firmly be-
Wand I supporting hi every way the civu a p
wnat, i iirmiy dcucvb w
tiA fha nanal Zone
i.r,watinn is fast rieveloDine into
r Wtt'untHr Corps which we
JW will be eiMSed during the coming year For them as
ffial" Lr&1Xm!mv.novernment personnel new training
ire4" !ui. w-,. and riaveloned.
must be so since our responsibility is greater Decause o,
lltrateglc focation and our trained and ski led personne!
I I too hope that Civil Defense against the effects of
fare will never be needed. But Crede, here is where I
dtalX with you in the Tvent of such a war, most of us will
;XX weare prepared ana trained to helpjaotor.
4 SALVA'l'lOfl AiUl
jDear Friends. m-aPo nf confidence that I approach
you through this medium, on behalf of our Christmas Dole for
jyou imouBu Armv WpM. As vou are
.E0" ?rn0hn" look tr into" the hands of
The Salvation Army for comfort and cheer, and as our work
is that ol an ambulance which passes no one by 11 e s highway,
I -Bftin anneal to you for your help In adult's clothing, chll chll-drenl
drenl chll-drenl garK, donaUon? and children's toys which wlU keep
the wheel of tne amouiance wovu.8. .... ,oH.f)11,
I know that you have been greatly blessed and satisfied in
Seeing what your past donations have helped to accompUsh
and I know too, that this year when there Is even a greater
need you will be much more' satisfied in helping a very worthy
cause in bringing cheer to the less fortunate at this Christ-
maSIlhave confidence that we can again count on your gener generous
ous generous suppoVand therefore beg to thank you In anticipation for
pfewfcontact the Salvation Army Colon 3rd Street. BuU4 BuU4-jing
jing BuU4-jing 30307 P. O. Box 14, Cristobal, C. Telephone.
The Salvation Army
y VICTOR RIIIIL
The bv-Dlay Is the thing. If
you look closely, you will note
that the new Senate will be
looking into schools for scanaai.
Estes Kefauver, who once put
the show' on the road with a
traveling television troupe, has
switched from crime to wayward
girls. Now a young David, better
known as Bob Kennedy, brother
of John and son of josepn, i&
taking on a Goliath known as
Slim, tousled-haired Bob Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy has had his advance men
out for months now and his
show will open soon, under the
aegis of the senate committee
on Government Operations.
Youmr Kennedy is chief coun
sel of a subcommittee which has
carved itself quite a jurisaicuon.
ti says that any wrong-doing
crossing state lines Is within Its
As Kennedy has explained it
to friends, there has been Inter Interference
ference Interference with government con contracts
tracts contracts and with over-the-road
transporting of govern m e n t
goods. His committee will probe
that. But it will look into more
than that, too.
Young Kennedy has said
that any interference with any
private businessman or cor corporation
poration corporation oDcrat'nr across the
state lines affects profits.
Profits affect the economy of
the land. The economy of the
land is the nation's business.
The nation's business is the
Senate's business, for it af affects
fects affects the rovernment's opera
tions. And that's the name of
Chief Counsel Kennedy's com committee
mittee committee Government Oper Oper-at'ons.
at'ons. Oper-at'ons. This committee can investi investigate
gate investigate all things moving act ess
state lines which affect the na nation's
tion's nation's economy even trucks
and those who operate and drive
them. So Bob Kennedy has
been examining the Teamsters
Union activity from New York
to Los Angeles and back.
Kennedy's point is that there
is wrong-doing in some areas
though not in all areas of the
Teamsters or its national head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Whatever and wher wherever
ever wherever it is, he wants to know, so
all through the presidential
campaign his nine investigators
have been dropping quietly Into
the bie cities, talkinsr to author
ities, examining books and ask
They have been takins "sound
ings" in New York. Lot Anaeles.
una ana si. lows. But soon
y will hit "most of the major
By the end of December they
will have knowledgeable knowl
edge of what has been happen
ing and who is aggrieved. Then,
by 'the end of January or early
February, they hope to hold open
hearings, just who will be sum summoned
moned summoned when the curtain goes
up, no one yet knows.
W EBBBBBtsNEA Service, Hi
y BMW MA1I0N
WASHINGTON This column
has already reported on the emer emergency
gency emergency White House meetings the
night before elections when high
Administration officials feared
Russia was going to precipitate
World War III.
On that, night, Nov. 5, Herbert
Hoover. Jr., the acting Secretary
of State, was so worried that
Dwight D. Eisenhower running as
the peace President might become
a war President that all U.S. atom
ic vessels were ordered to sea, the
Strategic Air Command was alert alerted,
ed, alerted, and various other military pre
caution, were taken.
Allen Dulles, head of Central In
telligence, had iust flown into New
York from Europe and was about
to sit down for a drink at tne r ip
in;; Rock Club on Long Island with
bis old partner Arthur Dean whet
Peter Edson In Washington
summoned to Washing ton. He jin masters
fight tanks with Molotov cocktails.
When Russian tanks entered Buda Budapest,
pest, Budapest, this knowledge was turned a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Russian teachers.
These are some of the yeung-
sters now being deported in lone,
sealed trains of boxcars. Despite
their Soviet training, these youth
organizations turned out to be the
suongest rrceuom Fignters.
The Hungarians actually receiv receiv-el
el receiv-el most of their tanks and guns
from the Soviet Army. During the
early stages of the fighting in Bu Budapest,
dapest, Budapest, seven Russian colonels, a a-mong
mong a-mong them three commanders of
tank units, as well as hundreds, of
other lesser officers went over to
the Freedom Fighters.
Had they seen the s lightest
chance of help from the west, a
good part of the Soviet Army
might have deserted their Krem-
cairaed White House nerves, ar
gued that a Soviet attack was high
For not only are the Bulgarian,
Czechoslovak, East German, Pol-
isn, Rumanian components of the
un mat nignt tne iresmeni sent rh Armv now hiH nnii9hi.
emphatic notes to Prime Ministers but seme of the fiercest enemies
Eden and Mollet demanding Sf th Krpmlin r rnnrten insin
WASHINGTON (NEA) Tho
elections won't settle everything everything-Perhaps
Perhaps everything-Perhaps the most important issue
not solved by the voting return;
is tie matter of creeping inflation.
3ethlehtm Steel Corporation'?
the consumers price index for
Wno.-.no r. Rrarn admitted 10 Sentemper snoveu an increase ui
dys before the election that his 1.9 per cent in the last year to a
comoanv was stuoying the neei new all-time high of 117.1 per cent
over 1947-49 averages.
In an obvious effort to offset
any bad effect this might have,
Secy, of Labor Jame P. Mitchell
issued a statement at the same
time. It said that in the past year
thero had heen an increase of
about two per cent in the average
industrial worker's take'home pay
-just as thmlgh t&at made, e,y
,'ything all right.
all other kinds, oi machinery, autobiographical series in
prices. That means that the things Magazine: .
iU. m n nhinno mfilrA OA All fftt i. I "The waee once soiral that nas
more. And pretty soon you have b-sen going on since 1946 should
u, ,knu .not liuina mi tho risp I give union leaders some pause for
The lust nre-election retwrt on thought. A real increase in tne Union.
ceasefire in Egypt.
Since then the Administration
still jittery over possible Russian
"volunteer attacks on Suez, has
persuaded, pressured, badgered
the British and French to get out.
Likewise UN Ambassador Henry
Cabot Lodge at first leaned toward
Russian appeasement in the UN
debates on Hungary, while Voice
of America employes were in
structed they could not donate per
sonally to Hungarian Freedom
RUSSIA'S ACHILLES' HEEL
It is now possible to take a good
look whether Administration panic
has been justified.
It should be remembered that
the Kremlin organized part of the
Red Army from the Hungarians,
Poles, Czechs, Rumanians and
Other members of the Red Ar Armv
mv Armv are not onlv from Russia nro-
Lifi per but from Armenia, the Uk
raine, the Caucasus, White Russia,
Turkestan, and areas not always
sympathetic with having their na
tionalism merged under the Soviet
for nother increase in the price
"It has to come," he was quot quoted
ed quoted as .aylng.
This increase would be on top
of the $8.50 per ton increase on
the average steel price announced
just after the new labor contracti
was alined with United Steel
Workers union Jury 2T..It proyid
ed for wage increases of 20 13
and then another 13 cents an hour
over the next three years.
standard of living can come oniy, The Hungarian freedom fight
from increased productivity. Wage brought all this latent nationalism
raises that 80 beyond this have r,i the surface has made the Red
to come out of somebody's hide Army one of the least reallble
usually out. ot :ne nines oi peup.j forces politically in the world.
with (:xed incomes. Just once I
would like to hear a union leader
say that it might be better foi
our nation the working man in
eluded in wages, prices and' ev
erything else stayed put for a
Thorn i hf ennrse a warnin
herti for the steel masrs Who set
prices as well as for the umoi
domana wage in
leaders who demand wage
The fieures iriver. were that after, creases if th wage increase)
Here is what happened:
The Hungarian Red Army went
over to the freedom forces almost
en masse. The officers had been
Communist Party members only
on paper. In the showdown they
chose to line up with the Hunga Hunga-rj
rj Hunga-rj peppK
As a result, four divisions 6f the
Red Army nearby Rumania
were rushed into Hungary. The
the Russian Army itself.
That is why the MVD secret po
lice components of the Red Army
are more alert than ever namely,
to keep the regular army under
This oasic weakness of the Rus Russian
sian Russian military is not new. It was
graphically revealed when U. S.
Army officers interrogated Rus Russian
sian Russian prisoners after the war and
found that the amazing total of 3, 3,-600,000
600,000 3,-600,000 had surrendered to Hitler,
most of them hoping to overthrow
the regime in Moscow.
This, not the might of the Ger German
man German Army, was the real reason
for the lightning Nazi advance o o-ver
ver o-ver Russia. In five months Germa Germany
ny Germany conquered 40 per cent of the
Russian population, all because of
mass Russian surrenders.
, Prisoner" interrogation reports
hurried in U.S. Army filed show
case after case of Russian officers
who surrendered to the Germans
hoping for a change of government
Greatest mistake Hitler made
was to treat these prisoners with
such cruelty that eventually word
leaked back to the Red Army and
There seems definite evidence
that the same Red Army resent resentment
ment resentment against their Communist
masters in the Kremlin exists to
That is why some advisers in the
Eisenhower Administration d i s -gree
with the panic policies of the
State Department. It is also why a
great potential turning-point in his
tory may have been lost.
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n; v ... ..... ...t..f aeeia aeciirnv. uie aveiage uiuua
rruiAeiS wwu a yiiv-j;u tuiiwaii, , .
for a package increase of 30 cents' inai unmamw wiwuju
an hour the largest increase m home pay of $66 a week whi le
John L, Lewis' history, 5J?
I, I 1 I I B" M I I.tT I I I I1L 1
minntp thnv Irft, Rumania Tints
deductiom; for income taxes and; granted in recent contracts dj started there. The troops had to be
i -l.. 4k- Anten ft A i nrln c Xaa n it nf innfAeee.1 nrrsriiip t.lu i .
prices began to cUmb. This is or, come after taxes if, $J4 a week
of the factors increased cost c'.Bott) figwes are said to be about
L.. 11 1
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r.el n ?URPRIRF The unexoected. unseasonal snowstorm
that hit Utah recently didn't chill the spirits of Connie Wilson,
left, and Carol Kandt. They got an early start on their snow snow-bail
bail snow-bail making.
VAN SICLEN & RAMIREZ
6 Tlvoll Avenue
Procters In Admiralty
P.O. Box ss Balboa, C. t.
Cable Address: "VANBO"
Balboa, Canal Zone
CHARLES E. RAMIREZ, begs
December 1st. 1956. the firm
MIREZ, will continue the practice of law
BWHitliee, as htreiedere at the above address.
to announce that as of
of VAN SICLEN & RA-
in all its
WILLIAM VAN SICLEN
CHARLES E. RAMIREZ
Kennedy doesn't want to per persecute
secute persecute anyone, nor can he
prosecute. That's for the gov government
ernment government domain outside the
klelg lhts. Kennedy, l!ke so
many others, puts his faith in
tne Justice Dept. and the FBI.
And the score shows that this
faith is well-founded.
Newest figures show that
since the Elsenhower Adminis
tration took over at the White
House, about 3,500 criminals
have been deported. Some of
these have been operating Inside
Among those who have been
inside labor but have not been
In the deportable class,' there
have been 75 indictments in involving
volving involving 44 men who used unions
as a private racketeering busi busi-victer
victer busi-victer to date under the Taft-
Hartley law which prohibits un
ion men from getting money for
nomine. Thus, ol tne 209 indict
ed, some 106 have been convicted
bv the Federals.
These figures do not include
such imaginative operators as
two officers of the New jersey
Bricklayers and Common Labor
We referred to these the other
dav. but now the FBI has re
leased the details of this pair of
easy money lads.
A Federal Grand Jury indict
ed these men on charges of fore
ing a Pittsburgn firm to main maintain
tain maintain a padded payroll.
Tbey allegedly threatened to
st'r up labor trouble if they
were net paid a sunt equal to
the pay which two imaginary
bricklayers would have got gotten.
ten. gotten. Now V you have enough
ghosts on enough payrolls,
this can get to be qu te a busi
Tnis is but one of at least 50
other cases now being probed, or
already out of the hands of
Grand Juries around the coun countryside.
tryside. countryside. Apparently the government
offensive Is rolling. For a top all
this are Labor Secretary James
Mitchell; warren Olney, head of
the Justice Dept.'s Criminal Di Division,
vision, Division, and Attorney General
Herbert Brownell, who rather
regularly. It should be an inter interesting
esting interesting season.
MADISON, Wis. -(UP) -Bsw
and gun hunters have killed 180
deer in the past two years en lit little
tle little Rocky Island in Lake Superi Superior,
or, Superior, according to the Wisconsin
Conservation Bulletin. The island
covers only two sqsiare miles. So
the average kill has been 45 deer
bmubha mi a nor vpar Ann
there are still deer ien, me pun-
raw materials -- said to be re
sponsible for a further increase ir
$2.60 a week higher than a year
This may look like prosperity,
but is it?
There you have a perfect ex ex-amnle
amnle ex-amnle nf haw one vicious little
circle of inflation eets closed. board cnairmr.n ot u.a. aieci new congress, as me acwve pu
Higher steel prices mean highe!Corp. pointed up this question inlicemen on the beat is to stop
automobile, washing machine and1 one short paragraph of his recent it before it ge' J out of hand.
Benjamin F. Fairless, retire 1
coe out of increased productiv
ty, as Mr. Fairless says the;
President Eisenhower cam
j.aigned with "the stable dollar'
as his number one issue. Gov. Ad-
lai Stevensoa campaigned with
huavy critical emphasis on the
rise in the cost of living. He callet
inflation "silent robbery," whici
is as good a name for it as any
One of the most important job
of the .icw administration and the
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Meanwhile. Russian troops In
side Hungary have been apologiz apologizing
ing apologizing to the Hungarians for having
had to carry out orders against
them. Some Russians have desert desert-ted.
ted. desert-ted. In the mountain chain north of
Hungary and in the Bakony For Forest
est Forest in West Hungary Russian Offi Officers
cers Officers and men have joined Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian guerrillas.
At the former Nasi concentra
tion camp of Gerany near Storal-
jaujkely on the Czechoslovak bor border,
der, border, Soviet troops, demobilized be
cause of their unreliability, are a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting transportation to Siberian
Other camps have been hastily
fenced in with barbed wire, and
renegade Russian soldiers are now
guarded Dy mvu secret ponce ana
Some of the Red Army used in
Hungary came from the Ukraine.
Word of what happened trickling
back to the Ukraine has caused
The Communists had trained
Hungarian boys and girls how to
COOKEVILLE, Tenn.. -(UPl
-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wallace be
lieve in doing things alike. At the
end of a fishing trip they found
that each had caught 12 fish, the
strings ot fish weighed the same
and they had used the same
amount of bait.
WOPTH ITS WEIOHT IN MISSILES A lethal load of four interceptor rocket packages,
combined with two external fuel tanks, helps emphasize the load-carrying abilities of the Navy's
new F3H-2N Demon, above. The Demon is the Navy's fastest all-weather fighter and serves
both as a missile-bearing interceptor and an atomic bomb-carrying aircraft Production of the
plane, under current contract held by McDonnell Aircraft Corporation of St. Louis, Mo., is
scheduled through March, 1958. t.
Look in the
en display In our- store
At Your Own Risk.
It tells the whole troth
But King Size.
(Emotions thus far registered
run from open admiration to
downright disbeUef and from
acute shock te sheer
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 195
TBS PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAIT T NEWsrArui
Church of Christ
W. W. Burrow, Evangelist
Services Sunday MM
Services Sunday 100 fivU?,.
10 ABA JO: Houm No. MM 15th St.
Sunday J0 tun
COIOU lATTtfl CUURO
cin.rtAV School ...
... 9:45 a.m
... 11:00 a.m.
7 JO pjn.
Motiday each month 1:60 pjn,
Spanish joioie ocuuw
riRST BAPT1S1 CHUKCB
Balboa Heights. CZ.
627 Aneon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Hfiglrta
Phone Balboa IW
William & Booby. Pastor
Sunday School M
Mornine Worship W:
BapUat Training Union .... o.m
Cvanselistic Servtca 140 p m
Prayer Meeting Wednes-
WJiA Bible Study Tnure-
i daya ........ .!
Man's Brotherhood tbeea
Monday to month)
FIRST BAPTIST CMWBCB
Margarita Avenue at Mh Street
Maraaritt. Canal Zone
Rav. fred a Both, fester
Baptist Training Union,
Brotherhood, Tuesdiyt ......
Prayer Servicea, Wedneadayj
W.M.U., Ut 3rd rridaye
7 :00 o.m.
. 7:00 pm
OA, R A, m sunoeama,
H at. -llaae l
Ciptaln & Mm. OrtM
U Febrtary Street, Phone: M-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting,
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOC CZ.
Lieutenant Pansy CampbeD
Building No. 10M, Phone: 2-285:
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Envoy Mj C. L. Moaeley
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting,
COLON THIRD STREET
SCapUln Syalln Taylor
11:00 i.oliness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 30 Saivation Meetina
BA1NBUW CITY CZ.
Envoy J. Gin.
St Kids and Jamaica Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Fvnday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting.
Senior 'apt and Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
14th' Street. Phone: 38-743.
Where all Protestanta cooperate win
aaity. In eesentiais, liberty In non nonessentials
essentials nonessentials end charity to all thtogs
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Bev. Ray Buvkety, Pastor
(:4S Church School.
11:10 Worship Service.
1:43 p.m. Sr. Youth Followship,
:00 p.m. Jr. 'Youth Fellowahlp.
The Rev. Paul B. W. O lander, Pastor.
0 30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship aervtee aad Church-umi
8:30 Youth r allowable
TBI PACUT1C SIDE
The He. Oscar W. Olsen Pattee
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 2-32M.
0:30 Church School Free bus service
Personate Dlsnisaton Grmro.
M30 Worship Service The Expanded
session ror Nursery. Kindergarten
Primary and Junior Denta.
Church-tune Nursery for children
8:00 Junior-High fellowship.
:00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship.
Rev. Walker M. Alderten, Minister
Off.: 6-470 Res.: 1-130
9 30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 m. Morning Worship
Official meetings and week-day acti activities
vities activities as. announced.
rah. MCTHWOUt'l CHURCH
Rev. William H. Armstrong
loth St.. Panama City
I 140 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 o.m Sunda Schnnl
7:1 om Evenine pravet and
TRINITY. METHODISI CHI am
I 7th Street and Melendei Avenn.
I Colon BP
Rev. Samu. Walden, Minister
130 em Mornlnt Service end Holy
p.m Sunday School
7:U om Evening Service.
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atonaay, iam pm prayer
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BMNKXKH MRTHOUWI CHUkCH
Rainbow City. CZ
a. Samuel Walden. Minister
Sunday Service 8 a m and a is aja
.unday School tor all age at 9.30 pm
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tint Church at Christ Scientist. Anon
MO Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00, Wednesday 8:06 P
Sunday School 9:30 jb
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Sunns. Srnooi aaa am
Sunday U:M a.m. Wadneeday 1:00 pm
IT. MARY'S CHURCH-Balboa
Sunday Maaws: 7:00. tM. 10:00 and
12:00 am mM
Holy Day Maases: a:. w
"" s.turd.. 3:30 to 1:00
and 7:00 to :00 pm Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:00 to SH pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena:, 1M pm
Catechism class: after the 8:00 maw
High School Study Club 0:30 p.m. an
a a rani heart Ancoa
c.h.v u,ta S S5. 7:30 A 11:30 a m
Holy Day masses: 8:55 a.m. and 5:00
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 840 and
7:15 to 8:00 pm Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 pm on
Catechism Class: 3:15 to 4:45 pm on
OUR LADY OF FATIMA Cnrnado
Sunday Mass at 8:00 am
Hni f) v Mass at 8 JO nm
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 pm 00 Sat-
Catechism uaas: awniraay a. v
ST. JOSEPH Paralse
Sunday Manes at 740 and 8:15 am
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 pm
wkrlv Masses: . :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
Catechism Class: aunoay aw is im
Miraculous Medal Novena i 740 p.m
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ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Masses: 640 and 8:30 am
n.i, n lianaa- 8:30 and 540 O.m
(It it .falls an Saturday the Miami are
6:00 ana :su a.m.)
Cnnf-ulMM! Saturdav 140 to 5:00 and
700 to 840 p.m. Thursdaya before First
Friday 7: pm ;
tCTX Crrr5daTT40 pm"-"
Catechism Class: Alter s:sw snaas wa
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ST. THERESA'S CeoeS
Sunday Maw: 8:10 am
Holv Day Mass: 6:00 am (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 pm. on
conresnons ;w m w
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Sunday Masses: 6:30 end 8:30 am
ar-.v n.v. Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs
Fri. and Sat First Friday mass: 40 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: s:w am w .v
rnnfaaaiona: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
S:po pm on Saturday;
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Sunday Mass: 740 s.m.
Holv Day Mass: 5:30 pm
P2SJif.- Satnrdav 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First ftlday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism uiass: P-i- YJ,
Sacred Heart Novena: 740 p.m. on
Convert uieaei eo p-v j
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:45. 8:00 nd S m
Holy Day Masses: -"
1 c.jc nm
Confessions: Saturday 440 to 640 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. M
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
5:15 nd 740 p.m.
r-rf Hnrt Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Sunday Evening Servicea 7:00 pm
Convert Class: 7:16 pm en Mondays
raterhlsm Class: Sunday 10:13 am to
H:4S..m. s:oo p.m. to ;o p.m.
rit avidav Rxnosltlon of Most Bl
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 540
a.m. Saturday morning.
Sfirrt Ratnrdav Devotions to OUT Lady
of Fatlma-The Holy Rosary 540 a.m.
iriMt nnmmunion insu-ucuons ror urn-
dren Mondays and Thursdaya 5:00 to
e.inrlav Mmsm: 7:00. 8:00 end 10:30 a m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 am and
Confessions: Saturday 440 to 5:00 snd
7:00 to 340 pm. Alter Rosary eecn eve
nculous Medal N ovens: 5:15 and
7:00 o.m. or. Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass en
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 840 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 830. 11:30 a.m
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 s.m.
Weekday Masses: 8:00 s.m.
Saturday 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m.
Confession ... 3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m.
1st Friday Devotions ... 7:00 p.m.
1st Saturday Devotions .. 740 p.m.
ST VINCENTS Ratahow City
Sunday Massesa: (40 a.m. and 8:00
Holy Day Miami 040 am and (40
P Confessions: 440 to 640 and 740 to
8:00 n.m. Saturdav.
Catechism dam: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 140 o.m
sacred Heart novena: law om on
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION GaMa
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 540 om
Confessions: 640 to 7:00 om an Sat.
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday.
RaMfcftc af Naiga, aat at a whiai
vvhmhi ef Hm fWavi Mnfion. &w4 lv civilitt
Orbe. Churches Aaa
aad chaplain at aakaa re
' ckarck aaga.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Ituo: 740 and i .in as.
Holy Day lfaaaai: 8:00 a.m. and S:0C
Contaaloni Saturday at 1M p at and
uwr iu evening oevouons.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 70 I
aacreo nean novena: 7:00 p.m en
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Chi)
dren: 4:00 o.m on Thurariav
Religious Instruction for adulta (Con
uucito in opanisnj: 7 :uo p.m on mod
Convert butruetiafi bv aDpolntment.
The St Bev S Heket Geeaea, 8.T.D
The Very Bev. Malnert J Peterson,
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
7 40 am holy Communion,
a 30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sun
:30 a.m. Church School.
9:45 sm. Escuela Dominical.
11 .00 a ni. Morning Prayer and Sermon
noiv communion. (First Sun
740 pm. Evening Prayer and
840 an. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8 30 am Holy Communion.
8:13 am. Morning Prayer
1240 Mi. -daj Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUB SAVIOUB
Third Street New Cristobal
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew,
Priest to Cham
Holy communion 840 am
Church School 8:30 a .m
Holy Communion 8:30 am
Chair Rehearsal 7:Jo am
A House of Prayer for all people.
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Print la Char..
Family Prayer and Church aVh-Al
ssorrung Prayer and Sermon U em
(H C. first Sunday In Month)
Evening Prayer 7:30 p.m
nccu.jr rrayer s:uu a m
Chanel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Print In rkiff.
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
The Ktv. 3U9m:fSStL Chart.
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7:00 a m
Church School 3:00 pm.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 540 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 nm.
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7:30 n.m
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
5:00 a m
Office of Compline
The Slav. John Spear. Priest to Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School 8:00 am.
Confirmation Class 640 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon .-. 1640 a.m.
3:30 am. Holy communion.
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 740 p.m
Woman's Auxlllsrv 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 s.m
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K.
Priest to Charge
6:00 p.m. Vespers and YoUng People
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest hi Charge
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
7:30 am. Holy Communion
8:45 a.m. Church School
1 1 '00 a.m. Mnrnine Prayer
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com
St. Alban'e Charch
I. Bev. David A. Osborne.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt Asslstsnt
8:00 a.m. Choral Cucnsrist sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism
3:00 vra. Church School
(heid to Building 131)
540 pm. Youth Fellowship
7 00 im Evensong- and Address
2nd snd 4th WEDNESDAYS ..
7 .30 n 10 Woman Auxiliary ana Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
St. Paul's Charch
The V. n Lemuel B. Shirley. Rector
The Rpv Fits R Atwefl. Deacea
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
8-00 a..m Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:43 a m Morning Prayer end Church
12:00 mcr Holy Baptism
7:00 ..m Solemn Vespers
8:30 a m Holy Communion
6:00 ni Holy Communion
7:00 n.m. Even In a Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 i m Holv Communion
oo a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TBE-BEA
Colon, IV P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Fafaser, Reefer
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7 JO p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
8:30 pm. Adult Confirmation Class.
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer snd Medita Meditation.
tion. Meditation. FRIDAY
8:00 i n. Children's Eucharist.
10:00 a.m. Jun
ilor Confirmation Class.
7 JO p.m. Compline and MediUrUon.
Chan, at St Mary, the Vtrgto
The Rev. John A. SpaMtag.
Priest to Chsrsa
Sung Eucharist 7 40 am
Chur ai School 1 46 a.m
Evens' J. and Sermon IB am
Holy Communion. 7:00 a m
t George's Church
The Rev. John A. Spa Whig,
Priest' to Charge
1st AND Sid SUNDAYS
Holy Itmmunion 140 am
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
and Semen 6:30 a m
6 00 a.m Holy Communion
Church School, each Sua 10:30 a.m
St Christopher's Charch
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest to Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwett.
6:W am Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
1040 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
1140 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 pm Evensone and Sermon.
7:50 p.m. 1st and 3rd, Woman's Auxi-
6:30 pm. Junior Daughters of the
7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowahla.
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
840 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
8:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OK THE NAZABENB
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 58. Ancon. CZ. Balboa MM
Prayer Meeting, Wed. ....
8 :45 a.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 23rd Street East
Bev. S N
ku, Abait. MP
.... ...... .WV W.M.
1. 7:45 11:45
Sunday acnooi ai
Meetlnas Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays st 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
806 Balboa Road, Balboa,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAI SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings to the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School pan a.m.
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 a.m
Sacrament Meeting 640 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 140 pm
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4237.
Building 200. Sehoolhouse Road.
Gatiin. Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2887
sunoav acnooi iu:w a.m. aunuay ce
rement Meeting 6:30 pm rriesnoeo
tarn ao' anaotupjaa.
CVBVNDD PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 33-5105
Sunday School 540 am
(A class for everv aea)
Morning Worship 11:00 s.m.
Youth Fellowship :00 p.m
Eevening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:oo p.m.
A church nursey Is provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 140 am
Tueedava Wednesdava and fhursdavs
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing
vice) Firat Sunday of each month at
T ja-nes D. D BlanoB
Mornlna devotlo e ........ 8;0U a.ss
IT.llnnhtc Wnrahia at 11:00 a jn
Sunday School at : oaa
Jlvine Service at i!M pan
M First Street
Urbanludon E3 Carmen. Panama City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 140 am
Colon. Mh Front Streets
(upstairs American stataar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 7:30 o.m
ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eipalaba St., Psraiso, CZ.
Rev Waldaha H. Stewart, Paste
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 pm. Sunday School.
7:13 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 140 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7838 Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Grandlson. Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF OOP
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sat.
Ratahow City, ( anal Zene
Rev. O. W. Grsndlson. Pastor
Morning Worship 8:00 a.m
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7 JO p.m
THE CHURCH OE GOD
Mrs. Maude nines. Paster
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. "N"' and Mariano Aresemena Sta
Rev. Wat J. Johnson. Psstor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Night Service 7 JO om
THE CHURCH OF GOD RIs Abaje
Monte Oscnro Rd. ISth St.
Rev. Was, J. Johnson, Pestor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service 7 JO p.m
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. R. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone (-428. Box 253. Gsmboa
Churches: at Psraiso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs Herman G Whyte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence). Rio Abafo
I Bev. and Mrs. ourln Hivnai. and
Cativa (Rev and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdavs services at all
Diablo Heights, C.I
(Full Gospel I
Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 275, Gsmboa, CZ
Special Engineers Bldg.. Diablo Heights
aunoay acnooi 1:4s a.m.
Worship Service J0:45 a.m.
Wed. Bihje Study Prayer 7:30 o.m
Posts and Bases
Sunday School 84C
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School.,.. 10:00
Sunday School (Building No.
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class 640
Daily Mass g;is
Saturday Mass 8:00
aunoay school t oo a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Masses 840 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions-Saturday 6:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour 6 30 p.m.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School o-sn
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club).. 9 30
Morning Worship 8:30 10:45
Youth Fellowship i;3o
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 1:30!
Morning Worship U:00
Holy Communion First Sundsy
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 5:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Sunday Masses ,...8:30 A 9:00
confessions. Saturday ...6:30 A 7:30
Sunday .8:30 A 0:00
Wjnday Masses 7:45 A 1:00
Loniessions, Saturday ...7:30 A 840
aunoay Mass 10:30
No. 711) 740 A
Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass TT.....
Saturday Mass 740
Sunday Msssee 7:46 A 1240
Novena Servlces-Tuesdsy 7:00
V S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday
Sunday School ...
Youth fellowship. Sunday".'.'.'.
OA NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Sunday School 3:30
Dally Mass 7.. T! "So
Morning Worship lM
noiv communion nrst Sunday
wany Mass i-nci
Sundsy Mass iig
Spanish ... its
vwumoni, aamroay ...6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
uiiuj man ....
1 Seventh Day
Weekly Servian n -11 r-i. w
Sabbath School 6:30 s.m.
Divine Service ll:00 a.m.
Youth's Maatine i'.tn nn
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
m viter g .dig D.m.
Pacific Side Panami A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tei. 21:3 3506
Cebo Verde, Ave. J. F. de la Oasa No.
Chorrlllo ISth No. 17
Pueblo Nuevo t.A st h.i.,.-
snd 4th Sts.
Jllo Abajo llth St. No. 17
Balboa Chanel 0841 GavllSa a a.i
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Churches Panama aad
Pastor Ruben Ruiz
Panama, Calle Darlen No. I
Cristobal, 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gam boa & FrHoln.
District Pastor A. A. firMs
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway Frljoles.
Atlantic Side Colon and
Pastor Neblett Tel. 38:8M
Colon 3rd St. A Centra) Ave. Crista,
bsl 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavtlan Road Tel. 3 3-1859
1859 3-1859 Jewish
Jawlen Welfare Board Rid na. 1
Boca 3oa.l. Balboa. CZ Rsbbl Nathan
Servlcn Fridav. 7 JO o.m aatimi
3:30 p m
(See a listings of Jewish services
under Posts Bases and Stations).
f nnOi aoilmn afn'1 GpiaM-lfk l.-i A
nida Cih and 36th Street Bella Viata.
rTim Lily aarvice" w n.m
REEDEMER LUTHERAN t HVRCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gussick, Paster
P.O. Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible class 8:00 aja
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
"Divine Service at Margarita (In St
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
LAND 0' LAKES, Wis. -(UP)
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-
Wis.) bagged a H point buck near
l'ere before the deer season of f i
cially opened. But authorities said
it wasn't against the law. Mc
Carthy's car struck the animal
whisrfc htft' afMi his wiiB were driv-ing.
On Short Vacation
Charles (Bin Shot) Linton, in inspector
spector inspector tt Tocumen Airport, pnd
his wife. Andrea will ha l:,vlno
the Isthmus Monday for a short
vacation In Colombia, Curacao
ana Jamaica, where they will
attend the graduation nf hetr
son at "the West Indian Univer University.
sity. University. SHIFTY
PROVIDENCE. R. I. -fUPW
Under Rhode Island law, a per person
son person who obtain a driver's license
after taking a test on a car with
automatic shift cannot drive a
car wit'' the regular shift.
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The Property Disposal office
announces the sale of 20,000 lbs.
of miscellaneous scrap lumber
and glass including doors,
frames, windows, etc. on De December
cember December 17 at 10:30 a.m. in Build Building
ing Building 706, Coro2al.
For further information con contact
tact contact J. R. Henderson or R. w.
Zacharey, Post Maintenance Of Office,
fice, Office, Building 178, Fort Clayton;
or telephone Fort Clayton 4141.
I nNfJwc c A. SAM m
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ii mmr "ik""",bb i
To Confirm Class
At Rainbow City
Bishon Reginald H. Goodcn
will nf ficiallv visit, at Uirt i
Church in Rainbow City tomor
row for Confirmation rites.
This to t Ho eAs-rtn-1 alnc. nM
A aaaw m tut, Ot.VVllU tlOOA LJI w"
SPTYlpH tn rhA niche,.- thU naiv
by Fr. John A. Spalding.
The newly-confirmed will al also
so also make their first communion
Rt this service.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, UN
Box 134, Pc
Box 5037, -J
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FRENCH AMBASSADOR WILL GIVE DINNER
In honor of governor wan am e. potter
! Tb i Prtnck Ambassador Lionel Vasse and Mr. Vasse
will fir a dinner party at the Embassy residence in La
Cmtt In honor of the Governor of the Canal Zone and
The party it planned for Monday night.
IB PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I ... 1
f rest Party
0 French Imbasty
9 The French Ambassador Lionel
I esse will entertain with a cock cock-lil
lil cock-lil party this evening from 5 to 7
tar member of the Press. The
irty will be held at the French
f njejement Announced
Mr. and Mis Thomas Carlisle
Brooks of Rocksboro, North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina announce the engagement of
their daughter Ann Wharton
Brooks to U. John D. Rimming-
' tea, ion of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. B.
Rimmington of Panama. City.
. Lt. Rimmington is taking a
flight training course at Whiting
Field Naval Air Station.
The wedding will take place ear early
ly early next year, but no definite date
has been set.
I AGS Wives Enjoy
Wivei of members of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Geodetic Survey and
their guests gathered at Albrook
Officers' Club Thursday morning
Mrs. F. J. Tate wife of the Di-!
rector of IAGS and honorary chair chair-man
man chair-man of the group together with
Mr. Lee Ainsworth Curundu Area
chairman greeted arrivals.
Mrs. Lee Ainsworth and her
committee had organized the par i
ty. Her committee consisted of
Mesdames Naomi Frangioni, Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Benson, Dana Hinely, Mar-:
jorie Redding, and Betty Sheffield,!
who is also secretary treasurer
of the IAGS Wives' Club.
Mrs. Theodore J. W. Tiedeken,
Chairman of the Club, introduced
her houseguest, Mrs. Oliver Pash,
who arrived recently from Lima,!
Peru, and welcomed newcomer j
Mrs. Emil Weber as a member.
Plans were made for the group to
have their next, meeting in Janua January
ry January with Mrs. Jack Thompson and
the Fort Kobbe C o m m i f t e e in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
lark ncti for tnclmion in ikil
column should b submitted in
tyse -written term and Mailed to one
of tho 'oox numbtri littod daily m
"Social and Otherwise" or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notice ef
meetings cannot be accepted by
Pen Women Will
The Canal Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen
Wnmtn urilr nippt at the n c Tl-
,? -j. 1 tr I I All1
von ai t:w pun. weuuesuav. nu
members are asked to attend.
Club Moots Tuesday
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold a reeular meeting on Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. at the Tivoli Guest
House. There will be an exchange
of stamps. Any adult stamp collec
tors are invited to attend oegin
ners as well as advanced adult col
lectors are welcome.
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
ON the subject of toddlers, Mrs.:
Dailey's child guidance expert was
clear. Hit book hold her to remove'
all breakables from baby Peter's j
It urged her to remove all
grownup books and magazines
from the bookcase's lower shelves:
lest Pater descend on them to rip, j
tear and strew, It promised that
by thus stripping their home of;
much property that belonged!
there, ah could save herself much
inconvenience during Peter s told- j
Mrs. Bailey never questioned
this counsel. She did as she was
But this obedience, though it's;
preervediher aeftras and mag-
nience. For the terribly short short-aighted
aighted short-aighted training principle urged on
her by the expert was this:
Let your toddler to nothing
ho can't have.
AND Mrs. Bailey, swallowing it
because of its sugar-coating of in
terest in her convenience, has
been paying for its unrealism in
the undisciplined acquisitiveness of
her little boy,
With no experience in saying
"No that is not yours" to Peter
during his toddlerhood, she puts no
oonviclion in it now that he's be become
come become a forceful three-year-old. As
her expert skipped her over a step
in her development of maternal
authority, she's as uncertain of it
as a fourth grade student trying to
do sixth grade work.
So today when Peter reaches for
a banana or cookie box on th
grocer s shelves, she cannot, ac
with decision. Indoctrinated w
fatal principle, let your todd
see nothing he can't have, she can cannot
not cannot remove the grocer's property
from Peter with firmness but has
Lt. Oarvyn H. Moumblow
Tho i t r:rvvn H. Moumblow
Memorial Auxiliary will hold their
regular business meeting wionaay
at the Post Home Cristobal. Mem Members
bers Members are asked to attend.
Ulbricht Calls For
To Prevent Revolt
UWtJTTKT TW(C 1 (ITM East
German Communist leader wai
ter Ulbricht toaay cauea ior
"energetic fight" against "ene "ene-my
my "ene-my conceptions" to prevent a
Ulbricht told party leaders an
'enemy" movement existed that
aimed at whipping up sentiment
against the party and govern government
ment government and making "criminal at attacks"
tacks" attacks" on the government.
He said this movement was
rtlcularly Strong in schools
- llillssioU i alt i i .MmMMkl.z
Release or uiuncnrs warning-
'allowed the arrest of four Tlto-
sts changed with plotting to
overthrow the government
Leader of the group was Wolf Wolfgang
gang Wolfgang Harlch, 32-year-old lectur lecturer
er lecturer on Marxism at East Berlin's
Humboldt University, center of
NAVAL OFFICERS' WIVES ENJOY LUNCHEON Members of the Naval Officers" Wives Club shown at a luncheon held
recently in the Salon Balboa of Hotel El Panama. In this group are: Mrs; C. 0. Fields, Mrs. F. F. Seay, Mrs. J. A Kennedy,
Mrs C. H Williams, Mrs. L. Austin, Mrs. H. C. Pope, Mrs. R. A. Barker, Mrs. W. P. Bradley, Mrs. G. Madrid, Mrs. H. C.
Hardt, Mrs J. D. McAdams, Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. A. P. Ross, Mrs. J. H. Wowler, Mrs. R. E. Emory, Mrs. R; H.
Ritter, Mrs. W. E. Garrison, Mrs. E. A. Cook, Mrs. Mary B. Harrell, Mrs. D. W. Harrell, Mrs. S. Lucefo, Mrs. B. Conley,
Mrs. R. E. Adams. x
Four Army Tech Services Deadlock
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. At a. meeting of the Technical
Services Awards committee re recently
cently recently the USARCARIB Chemi Chemical
cal Chemical Ordnance, Quartermaster
and Signal Sections were tied as
winners of the "Operation safe safety"
ty" safety" plaque for the months of
July, August, and September.
The lour winners tied for
first place with 111 points
while Transportation scored
88, Medical 82, and the Engi Engi-needc
needc Engi-needc 79.
The plaque is awarded on the
degree of qualification of the
various technical service units
on standards of proficiency In
their accident prevention pr
1; An organired and compre
henslve accident prevention ef effort
fort effort conforming in all jnajor re respects
spects respects with regulations.
2) The degtee of personal in interest
terest interest and participation by the
technical service chief and his
3) The number, qualifications
and organizational placement of
safety personnel (military and
civilian) and their assignment
of duties with respect to the
provisions of the current USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB safety regulations.
4) The functioning of each
technical service safety committee.
to beg or bribe him to give it up.
NOW the grocer does not share
the expert's relaxed view toward
the privacy of property. Because
of Peter's contempt for it, he's
grown to hate the sight of him,
often cursing him wordlessly as a
"brat" a kind of nasty experi experience
ence experience which three-year-old people
are much too young to be exposed
So I quote Dr. Milton M. Berger,
a pshychiatrie expert who disap disapproves
proves disapproves of training a toddler to re respect
spect respect private property by depriv depriving
ing depriving ourselves of any that could in interest
terest interest him.
Says he: "Stripping the house
for action once the baby begins to
crawl and clutch is just another o o-verprotective
verprotective o-verprotective technioue. It may
take more patience but It is bet better
ter better for the child to learn from the
begging that he's a member, not
a ruler of the family; that, some
things are for baby and some are
Yes, much better for the child.
But best of aH for his mother.
blended with Genius
& Mellowed with Ag
uallty of promotion-
t o) Completeness of accident
reporting, thoroughness of in
vestigations, adequacy of analy-
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plans of your husband's friends
and co-workers. Never bootllck
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with them and fit into things
no matter how hard ft may be
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lems. problems. You may not understand
air about what he's telling you
about what he knows, loves,
hates bu; just sit and listen.
A ITnnm A little in Int: if h
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rememDer 'someunies it s smart
to be stupid. '
7. Do not probe your husband
for highly classified- informa information,
tion, information, if you do hear something
secret, keep your mouth shut.
8. Share your husband's tastes.
If he likes beer, try to drink ;it.
At least keep a carton on ice.
This will keep him in your liv living
ing living room Instead of a bar, or
someone else's living room.
9. Share your monthly allot allotment
ment allotment check with your husband.
This will help keep family fi finances
nances finances on an even keel.
10. Live and let live. You'll run
into all kinds in the service, so
help when you can. Offer no un unwanted
wanted unwanted advice. Go easy.
11. If you have to gossip, don't
hurt anyone with It. Remember,
there is always a reason for the
things people do.
12. Step neither too far to the
right nor to the left. Either way
will break your husband's chanc chances
es chances for success. Whaft you do
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W PANAMA .AMERICAN 45 rT)EFEM)EVT DAILT NEW SPAM
Social and Otli
Russia Reverts To Cold War Tactics
Over Shooting In Hungary, Mid East
, t-i-. : a.
!t the Balboa YMCA-USO on Moo
day, at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
vutienis aie requested to brine'
Th. tual sassion oi ine course; maiaxuus lor masia tnrutmas ar
in Flower Arrangement will matt, rangemenu to inis session, me
beat arrangements will be chosen
lor special aispiay at tfte Fiower
Show Dm. 10.
A special feature at this session
wtti be a demostration ef the art
along corsages by Mrs. Fat
Si Luke's Skeds
The congregation of the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon will
celebrate Lealty Sunday thi
Sunday. At the 11:00 o'clock
Service of Holy Communion, the
parishioners will present their
pledges end promises of loyalty
lor the coming year In the life
erf the church This Sunday is
especially appropriate, for U is
also Advent Sunday,, which ia
the beginning of the Church
Year. Special intentions will he
offered at all-services during the
The Rev. Dr. Townsend, the
Executive Secretary of the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone, was scheduled to be
the preacher for this service, hut
he was admitted into Gorgas
Hospital on Thursday for obser observation.
vation. observation. Dean Peterson will be
both the celebrant and preach preacher,
er, preacher, and his sermon will be on
the subject "The Needs of God.
The choir will present the
beautiful chorale "Wake, Awake"
by Bach. The other services of
the day will include Holy com communion
munion communion at 7:30 a.m.; Church
School at 9:15 a.m., Dean's Bible
Class at 9:45 a.m.; and Evening
JNroyerrit 7:00 p.m. The Dean
, sjm preach on "Our Approach to
the Altar" and will lecture on
"Our Bounden Duty" to the con confirmation
firmation confirmation class after the eve evening
ning evening service.
None Badly Hurt
XOENIGSTEIN. Germany, Dec
I '.(DP) A TJ. S. Air Force
C119 Flying Boxcar sideswiped a
mountain pean near nere yester-
TertfKr At Albreek
meet and Dunn will soonsor
theircond in a series of teenage
jamborees at the Albrook AFB Of
ficers' Club, tonight beginning st
7:30 p.m. Games, dances, prises
and refreshments will be special
features planned by this team for
the enjoyment of the participating
members of their dancing classes,
To Be Held Sunday
t St. George's
Another chapter in the histo history
ry history of the Panama Canal will be
closed when Bishop Reginald H.
Gooden visits the historic St.
George's Church in Gatun for
the last time tomorrow.
There will he a solemn even even-soar
soar even-soar and sermon by Bishop
Gooden, to mark the closing of
Atlantic side clergy have been
invited to take part m the cer ceremony
emony ceremony ending with the signing
of The last entry in the services
St. George's was built in 1914
to continue the. work of the
former St. Stephen's which was
transferred to La Boca. In 1931
the present building was con constructed
structed constructed under the supervision
of the Ven. Archdeacon J. L.
Fr. John Spalding is inviting
all former members and friend
of the church to attend the clos closing
ing closing service.
Mine men HaliMi nut fi
--'' v. IIHSV1,'
when the huge plane was gunned
unwara irom me tree 'ids on
Taunus Mountain. The Pitot, Lt.
James L. Jarrett. of Memoh.
Teen., stayed with his badly
namagea snip ana manajfrt to
laad it at Frankfurt's Rhine Rhine-Main
Main Rhine-Main airport.
Search parties located, all nine
crevGnert igho itch-blaclt foreat
-The twin-tailed plane was en
route from its base in fturt on on-weed,
weed, on-weed, England, to Wiesbaden,
Germany when it scraped across
the tree tops of the 2,600-foot
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Wood row de Castro
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announce the opening of their office for the general
practice of law In the Canal Zone and the Republic
of Panama at No. ls-St Tivoll Avenue abive Sears,
Panama City as,
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(U.S. Army Photo)
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LONDON, Dec. 1 (UP) -Russia of hte Greek claims to the island
reverted to cold war tactics vester- of C vprus.
day ar a resntt of the SllOS,",l1ff ml Overall Middt Eastern ooHev
Hungary and the Middle East. uenaed 't ame:a ttacks on
soviet diplomats, the press and "aggressors" and efforts to infil infil-Radio
Radio infil-Radio Moscow clen.:ocef thea through syra-now tnat
United States, Britain, France, Egjpt appears to have lost many
Iraoi and 'liukey for provoca- oi us diplomatic and strategic ad ad-Uve"
Uve" ad-Uve" acts in Austria, Syria, and vantages.
the entire Mediterranean area.
Big aeare headlines ia Soviet Chen tehees Red Line
newspapers ehgrrng a "consoT-i
acy of aggressors" were reminis.; Communist Chinese Premier
cent of the bitter days before to 'Thou En-Lai echoed the Soviet
Soviet "peaceful co existence" line in a speech today at New
campaini. -9.ni in wb;ch he charged that if
The United State ua nwni A ,i-;tt,Hro,
I "vvuatu Algicasuia l tluc lu nmiui.n
Mf'tfclAlt tk. 1, . .... 1
u uuu( uaniiuitauun oi nun-irrnm Eg'Oi ll aprjcars uni
garian refugees from neutral Aus- will ultimately have to drive them
tria as a pretext of reestablish 'out."
air bases in the country. 1
The Soviet Navy magarne So-i Sovetskaya Rossia provided the
viet Fleet accused the U.S. 6th stiffest ani Western attitude with
Fieet of minepverinn m the Me1i- a charge that the presence of the
terraBeanrfor "provecative"e dds. vurk'-h faren rn ni'-tcr in Lon-
SoveUkaya Rossia. publication don for talks -"goes hahd-in-hand
of the Russian Repub''c s Bvreaui with 'diolomatic ?nd Dolitical man
or ine Ltnirai uommntee of the euvers" against Syria.
w,,ii"u""1 v "fra -ni: ii saia vesiern imnenausi i
the Western Big Three, Iran and nnw.r rnmhlneH with Iran and
Turkey planned "intervention" inl-furkev -both members of the
pro-Cpmmumst Syria. anti-Communist Baghdad Pact-
Observers m Jxndon said that.!ari ''SPiiemin to s'trt an inter inter-at
at inter-at first sight, it appeared that vention" against Syria.
Moscow has been a?sra"atd. n.win iirmn tm-HeH the Tini.
enough by condemnation of its ed States for asking Austrian" per per-actions
actions per-actions In Hnngary and the pos.imis:;pn to lanri military planes on
to return to the tough Molotov-
The propaganda barrage came
Austrian territory to evacuate
Moscow called this a "shrewd
KENNY BROWN receives his graduation certificate from Chief
Akela during Webeios ceremonies held recently in the Cab
Scout room at the Fort Amador Chapel Behind Kenny are
1st Lt. R. J. LeCroy, Boy Scbut Master; and" Kenny's father,
Maj. K. B. Brown, miscellaneous division. O-l, USARCARJB
Headquarters. Bv the way. Chief Akela is really Sgt. Julius
Roluffs of the Inspector General's office.) :
(U.S. Army Photo)
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diplomatic Middle1 5ast offensive
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ditional unconditional financial aid and support
remain in Aus'ria for a lo tin,,
Austria may become a U.S. air
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Heavyweight King Says
He ll Be Fighting Champ
Charles Hangs 1p Gloves
Due to Poor Recent Showing
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
fly JACK CUDDY
CHICAGO,. Dec. 1 (UP) Pqntherish young Floyd
Patterson, who won the vacant world heavyweight cham championship
pionship championship "with the Lord in my corner," last night by knock knocking
ing knocking out old, washed-up Archie Moore in the fifth round,
announced today, "I'll be ready to defend within three
And promoter Jim Norris. who
waged the historic age-vs.-yu.uwi
fight before 14,000 at Chicago
Stadium, said, Til try to have
this eager youngster make his
first defense against an out outstanding
standing outstanding opponent at Miami
Beach in February."
Patterson, almost as elated at
being a father for the first time
as being the youngest heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight ruler in ring history,
flew home today to Brooklyn to
greet his six-pound, two ounce
daughter, born less than four
hours before his triumph over
"They never torn me aooui we
baby until after the fight," said
DOker-faced Floyd wun tne sem
hianro of erin. "And It was
urely good news. I guess we'll
name her Seneca."
Highest Paid Hurler
In Brooklyn History
BROOKLYN, N.Y., Dec. 1 (UP)
S-Don Newcombe, about $30,000
ticher, and Roy Campanella, mi
nus a few bone chips, looKea ior ior-ward
ward ior-ward today to a 1957 season which
they hope will bring another Na National
tional National League pennant for 5 be
Newcombe, voted the National
Leagues' most valuable player and
the top pitcher in the majors for
1966 because of his 27-7 record,
signed his 1957 contract Thursday
fot an estimated $30,000. The
Dadgers said the contract made
the huge right-hander the highest
para pnener in ta khpb Htaw
While NeWeombe came t
wfrh Virp President Busily
in.about 20 mintdfls. the ether
f'Hrnnkvn's No 1 flatiery un
went an operation forremoval of
fce chips from his 'right thumb
tfLpng Island City Hospital. Cam Cam-tajiella,
tajiella, Cam-tajiella, three times Most Valua Valuable
ble Valuable Player in the National League,
wis troubled by the thumb all sea season
son season and batted only .219.
Campanella won one of his Most
Valuable awards in 1955 following
a .similar operation.
f Dr. Herbert Fott, who perform performed
ed performed Thursday's operation on the
chubby Dodger etcher, said it
wis a success and predicted "ev "everything
erything "everything will be okay by next
The rangy, 21 -year-old Ne Negro,
gro, Negro, son of tbe driver of a
Brooklyn garbage disposal
truck, said, "I'm go'ng to be
a fighting champion."
His impressive performance in
swarming over light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion Moore and
flooring the blood-smeared vet veteran
eran veteran twice in the fifth round in indicated
dicated indicated he probably will be a
fighting champion for a long
time. Also thalt he has revived
the heavy division, from which
Rocky Marciano retired as
champion last April.
His speed and power, featured
by lightnine left jabs and thun
dering left hooks as well as
smashing rights apparently
makes him superior to any of
the current contenders, headed
by Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson,
Willie Pastrano, Bob Baker,
Harold Carter and Eddie Ma
Last night he generally forced
the fighting. He took the best
punches thrown at him by
Moore, who had floored the great
Marciano in their heavyweight
title fight in September. 1955
and he finished Archie much
more oulckly than .Rocky did
with a ninth-round kayo in '55
Patterson had to be rugged
to weather body and head
blows he rece'ved in ancient
Archies best round, the
fourth, last night. In that ses session,
sion, session, the light heavyweight"
ruler who had been missing
badly in the first three frames,
found the range and did some
blasting of bis own. But Floyd
was giving him a terr'fic bat battering
tering battering against the ropes when
the round ended.
Moore, bleeding profusely from
a deep cut surrered at the in inside
side inside corner of his left brow in
the third round, was still game
iy trying to maite a ngnt or it
n the fir-h when Che roof feu
in, on him. A left hook smashed
im his chin and dropped him
flat on his face. He managed to
lurch to his feet at the count of
nine, and still game tried
IO carry on. But the cat-like for-,
mer Olympic m 1 d d 1 ewelght
champion tore into him with a
barrage of head blows that
dropped him again.
Archie was tryine to regain
his feet as referee Frank Sikora
counted him out. But in the
dressing room Moore complained
that he had reached his fert at
the count of eight and that Si
kora never counted to ten.
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THE EDDY DUCHfN STOP ft
IT IS A $
DIES IN CRASH Promising
center fielder Charles Peete,
shown above during a brief so sojourn
journ sojourn with the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals lasit July, was one of 25
persons killed when a New
York to cararas Venezuelan
LAV Constellation crashed in into
to into a mountain near Caracas.
Killed along with Peete were
his wife, their two young
daughters, and their four-momth-old
US Wins Two Gold Medals
In Olympic Boxing Finals
MELBOURNE. Dec. 1 (UP)
The United States won two box boxing
ing boxing gold medals last night when
Jimmy Boyd outpointed Gheor
ghe Negrea of Romania in the
light heavyweight final and Pe Peter
ter Peter Rademacher captured the
However, Laszlo Papp of Hun
gary defeated Jose Torres of the
United States in the light mid
dleweight final which meant A-
merica won only two boxing gold
medals here against five at Hel
sinki in 1952.
America won its first boxine
gold medal of these Olympic
games last night when Boyd but-
pointed Negrea in the roughest,
toughest fight of the competi competition.
tion. competition. Boyd and Negrea both absorb absorbed
ed absorbed punishment as they hammer hammered
ed hammered each other throughout the
Boyd's main weapon was
right cross which he used with
devastating effect to floor Ne Negrea
grea Negrea five times during the
Both boxers started cagily
tout, rapidly brought roars
from the spectators as they
hammered each other around
In the second round Neerea
was down on the floor briefly
Lucky. Strike. 1956 runner-up
in the Pacific Twilight League,
will open spring training in
preparation for the 1957 season
with a workout at the Balboa
Stadium at 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Manager Larry Jones has is
sued the call for all of the fol
lowing members of last year's
squad to be on hand: Jerry Hal Hal-man,
man, Hal-man, Webb Hearne, Lem Kirk-
land, Bob Rowley, Bob Ridge,
Bill carlin, Lou Charles, Bud
Curdts, Bill Sullivan, Charles
Chase, Bud Huldquist, Gus Ko-
sik, Jim Dunbar, Bill Herbert,
Nick Frankhouser and John
Any ball player interested in
trying out for the team should
report to the workout or contact
In case of rain the work out
will be held at Balboa Stadium
on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
At a meeting held earlier this
wee kat the Balboa Gym, plans
for the 1957 season were discuss discussed
ed discussed among representatives of the
Balboa High School, Junior Col College,
lege, College, American Legion and Luc
ky Strike teams. Application for
franchise from the Navy
Wesfi Bank team was made by
two members of the1 team who
attended the meeting.
Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
A reminder to all PWGA
members!! This month's Christ
mas tourney and party has been
set a week early. It will be held
at the Panama Golf Club on
Saturday, December 8.
It is to be a "White Elephant"
tournament. Everyone is to
bring an unwrapped gift not ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding $1.50. Be sure to check
the date on your calendars.
This is the one-time in the year
where everyone goes home with
a prize, so don't miss it.
Also, Knowing the girls at
Panama, they will probably
make a big splash for us. The
line-up will follow next week.
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To Begin Thursday
At Baiboa Pool
Coaching periods for all stu students
dents students in pacific Side U.S. schools
who are interested in competi competitive
tive competitive swimming will be held at the
uaiooa i-ooi starting on Thurs
day, Dec. 6.
The sessions will be held on
Tuesdays', Thursdays' and Frl-
aays' afternoon from 3:30 n.m
to 5:30 p.m. These periods will
oe aevojeo to coaching and in instruction
struction instruction on starts, turns, stroke
necnnique and improvement.
and conditioning work. There
will be no restrictions as to age.
Both boys and girls are invited
to auena tnese workouts.
The work for th crnnn win h
directed to those Interested in
competitive swimming and will
oe piannea and conducted to a
considerable extent on an indi individual
vidual individual basis. There will be no
charge for the instruction nor
iur aamission to the pool for
mose atteding the workouts
The coaching sesions are being
offered as another nart of thS
swlming program offered by the
uivuiuu oi Hcnoois. Reglstra
tions can be made at t.h nnoi
when the individual reports for
the first session. No prior regis registration
tration registration is reaulred. Tt. 1 hnnpH
'ihat there will be a large turn
out to take advantage of these
after one of Boyd's smashing
ngnt hand punches to the head
The Romanian came back
strongly and had Boyd in trou
We on the ropes but Boyd es
caped Negrea's punishing right
nana, ine reieree cautioned
both men during the second
round and often broke them
irom long clinches.
At one stage near the end of
the fight Negrea was half way
through the ropes and Boyd was
on top or him. The fleht ended
with a flurry of punches as the
capacity crowd, including the
Duke bt Edinburgh applauded.
iron man 20-year-old Rade Rademacher
macher Rademacher won a first round TKO
over Leev Koukhine of Russia.
As he trundled from his cor
ner at the first bell to meet the
Russian his expression shnwpri
Rademacher meant business. His
right was well from a defensive
position and cocked readv to
rake Moukhine when the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity arose. It came thirty sec seconds
onds seconds later and the first of Rad Rademacher
emacher Rademacher dynamite rights took
its toll on the Soviet boxer.
Then followed a series nf
atom-packed left and right
swings that crashed into Mouk Moukhine
hine Moukhine about the head and body.
The Russian aroggily began
leading up with over-hand
punches. They were wide of
their mark however and sec seconds
onds seconds later he had crashed to
the canvas from a right-left-right
He took a comnulsorv count nf
eight but three seconds later he
was down again.
He rose shakllv and Rari-
macher set him un in the
but before he could land anoth
er diow the referee stopped the
CHICAGO, Dec. 1 (UP) For Former
mer Former heavyweight champion Ex-
zara cnaries added a somewhat
pathetic note today to Floyd
Patterson's triumph over Archie
Moore for the world heavyweight
boxing championship, announc announcing
ing announcing his retirement "due to my
poor snowing m the ring."
Charles, who also won the
heavyweight title in Chicago
with a 15-round decision over
Jersey Joe Walcott, June 22,
1949, telegraphed his decision
to retire from his home in Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati to his manager, Tom
Tannas, who attended the
"Tom, due to my poor show
ing in the ring the past few
months. I have decided to dis
continue boxing." Charles mes
saged. "If I continue in the same
vein, I would be a fraud to the
people who. like competitive
sports, so I'm hanging them up."
Lnaries, 35, successrully de defended
fended defended the heavyweight crown
8 times before he wan knocked
out by Walcott July IS, 1951 in
7 rounds to lose the crown. A
year later, he lost to Walcott
on a 15-round decision in his
attempt to regain the title.
GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y.
wr) Sugar Ray Robinson,
rapia.iv roundme intn shano fr-
his middleweight title d e f e n s e
against; uene Fullmer on Dec. 12,
has boxed a total nf AS mmtH
He worked two rounds each with
Kinzl Nocero and Gil Turner on
GROSSINGER, N.Y., (UP)
Gene Fullmer, who meets cham champion
pion champion Ray Robinson for the middle middleweight
weight middleweight title Dec. 12, scaled four
pounds under the 160 oound limit
today. Fullmer, who did not box
weanesaay, has been concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on improving his wind. He ran
nve mues instead.
RALEIGH, Dec. 1 (UP)-The At
lanuc coast conference will act
iec. 7 on a request for a full
scale investigation of charges of
illicit "high pressure" basketball
recruiting brought by the NCAA
against -North Carolina State College.
In askinethe ACC to lnvestiMte' a?",ie
the pass. NT. State f!hni.olW; msH
Carey H. Bostian said it is felt
the school s "best avenue of ap appeal"
peal" appeal" is through the conference.
Acting on evidence originally
discovered by a private detective
irom Atlanta, the NCAA suspend suspended
ed suspended N.C. State for four years be
cause of its recruiting of high
school basketball sensation Jack
Moreland of Minden, La.
Texas A & M Gets
Crown In 15 Years
AUSTIN, Tex., Dec. 1 (UP)
Texas A & M. College today wore
the Southwest Conference football
championship crown for the first
time, in 15 years, but the Aggies
are barred by the NCAA from
playing in the Cotton Bowl New
Year s classic.
The Aggies completed their firs
undefeated season since 1939 by
smasning Texas 34-zi m their an annua
nua annua "Turkey Day" clash. Thurs
day officially was Thanksgiving
uay in Texas.
lexas cnnstian, the runner-up
in the conference this season, will
be host in the Cotton Bowl be because
cause because the Aggies are barred by the
Krr a a : a i ....
n.nn ior recruiting violations.
Navy wag the strongest contend
er to meet TCU in the Cotton
Bowl, provided the Middies defeat
Army today, as the experts expect
tlicill w uu.
Fort Wayne Finally
Win At Syracuse
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UPT
The Fort Wayne Pistons finally
won a game at Syracuse and that
means anything can happen now
in the National Basketball Associa
The Pistons cracked the pro cir
cuit's biggest jinx Thursday night
wnen they defeated the National
at the War Memorial Auditorium
92-87. It was the first time Fort
Wayne had won at Syracuse in 27
On March 13. 1948; Fort Wavne
Deat Syracuse at the old State
Fair Ground court in the upper
New York state city, but that was
m a National Basketball League
game before the two clubs joined
Fort Wayne plays Boston and
New York meets Philadelphia in a
double header at Philadelphia to-
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with Pedro Infante
Richard Burton Fredrlc
March and Claire Bloom in
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
in Cinemascope I
Howard Duff Lita Baron la
THE BROKEN STAR
LOTTERY NIGHT I
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BIG TIP OFF
with Richard Conte
PERILS OF THE
STORM OVER TIBET
Speed Is A
MELBOURNE, Dec. 1 (UP)
The talented United States
basketball team gave the Rus Russians
sians Russians a lesson in the game
Americans invented when it
handed ithe Soviets a humiliat humiliating
ing humiliating 89-55 trouncins- last nieh o
win the Olympic championship.
K. C. Jones and Bll Russell,
the two former University of
San Francisco All America
stars, were the standouts as
the U.S. swept the Olympic ti title
tle title for the fourth straight time
since the sport was made part
of the program in 1938. Jones
scored 17 points and six-foot-10
Russell gave the Americans
almost perpetual control of
he ball win his rebounding
and brilliant all-around play.
This repeat meeting of the fi finalists
nalists finalists in the 1952 tournamenlt
at Helsinki was "strictly no con
test." so comnlete was the
American rout that several So
viet athletes from other sports
wno had come to watch the
game, left the packed arena in
emDarrassment at halftime.
Among other things, the
Yanks cut seven-foot-four Jan
Kruminsh down to the sise of
a basketball pygmy. The Sov'et
giant, dubbed "the Prlmo Car Car-nera"
nera" Car-nera" of basketball, entered
the game with four minutes
left to play in the first half
and his team trailing badly by
a 19-40 score.
Kruminsh sank four free
throws before (the half ended
but his deficiencies were appar apparent
ent apparent from his first moves on the
court. Despite his overwhelming
height, he was outmaneuvered
for rebounds, and as the Yanks
took off on their fast breaks
down court, they left the Rus Russian
sian Russian giant far behind them, as
a result, he was of little help to
wie ouvieu on me oriensive
Kerby Farrell Signs
Wright Bros, held onto their
slim two point lead when they
split with third place Police
Assn. All the Cops, with one ex
ception, Stewart's 451. had over
a 500 series being led by DeRaps
533 followed closely by Guest
ano Martin with a 523 each.
Kirkendall paced Wright Bros.
with a 552 series.
Agencia sam moved up into
second place when they cleaned
the Navy for four points. Stepp,
who last week dropped into
Class B after a poor showing,
led Kam with a 584 series to
take class B series this week.
Don Rudy, increasinor hi hlirh
average lead to 177 plus, took
High class A with a 570 series.
Kam's 2750 scratch series when!
aaaed wi;h their handicap took
j"gn icam series ior we season
with a 3161 series. Onlv two
weeks left to beat that, fellows.
Willie Stilson's Aces, still trvina
w ma&e uie iop took three
points from Butler to hold
fourth place only three points
away irom me top.
Casa Yohros. Powells and Na
vy are all tied for th cellar nim.
points from the top. These three
teams can't possibly win this
nan put wno will be on the bot
tom wnen mis half end? You
Agencia Kam ........ 2
Police Assn 27
Naval Station 20
Casa Yohros 20
CLEVELAND. Ohio (UP) Her.
by Farrell was named manager of
the Cleveland Indians for 1957
Wednesday night but he didn't get
around to making it official until
Thursday when he signed for an
Hank Greenberg, the club's gen general
eral general manager, said he "goofed" in
iauing io get r arreu s signature
on the ocntract before announcing
ne was tne ciud s new field leader
Farrell replaces Al Looez. who
win manage tne Uhlcaeo White
Sox next year. Like Lopez. Far
rell comes to Cleveland after man
aging the Indianapolis Indians of
the American Association for three
years. Lopez won one pennant
mere ana finished second twice
while Farrell won two pennants
wun Indianapolis and finished sev
enth in 1955.
NEW YORK (NEA) Ronnie
Shavlik and Gary Bergen are the
lastcst testimonials to the marked
step-up in competition a college
layer finds when he enters the
National Basketball Association.
Shavlik and Bergen came to the
New York Knickerbockers with
All-America backgrounds. Bergen
6-8, was a big gun at Utah and
the 6-10 Shavlik was North Caroli
na State's top scorer.
Tbe NBA proved too fast foi
Bergen, who returned home. Shav
liklxa bench warmer, is in danger
of being dropped
"It's a matter of speed," Coach
Viae Boryla says. "Up here m .l ;l
vot man can't stand around. He M lANITUU CO. NEWPORT 1 114
has to run like everybody else." I
Hi wi ilk IMS
St. John i7n-25
iiogan 169- 3
Martin 157- 4
811 889 843 2543
J u skowski
739 767 823 2329
72 824 778 2474
W 760 754 2413
785 816 796 2397
798 791 778 2367
Indiana Eyes Pihos
As Football Coach
BLOOMTNfJTfW InA w. m
Police Assn. (UP) Speculation on a renin..
ment for Indiana University foot foot-ball
ball foot-ball Coach Berriie Crimmins today
centered former Indiana and prc prc-fessioal
fessioal prc-fessioal football star Pete Pihos.
However. Athletic Dirtt
Frank Allen said he had no one in
mind for the post yet because
Crimmins' resignation came as a
surprise. Crimmins resigned
Wednesday for what he celled "the
eood of the football team and of
Pihos was reoorted interested in
the head football coachinc iob.
530 Pihos, formerly of Chicago and
- now a Philadelphia businessman.
939 2532 He was one of the greatest ends
19 57 in National Football League his-
tory before he retired from the
809 822 958 2589 Philadelphia Eagles last season.
showing at Your Service Confer Theatres Today!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"THE KING AND V f
Son. "To Hell and Back"
Sun. "Trouble with Harry"
"GUYS AND DOLLS"
MARGARITA 0:15 8:10
Brandon de Wilde
"GOODBYE, MY LADY"
Sun. "The King and I"
"I DIED A 1000 TIMES"
Sun.-M.on. "Helen of Troy"
A BAD MAN
DON STEPHEN VIC
DUBBINS McN ALLY' MORROW
(Tilmttd NmcmmtI) (f "Btacklxard Jimfb"0
and Introducing Irene PAPAS
Sunday and Monday "MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS
PARAISO 6:15 7:20
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:30
"Benny Goodman Story"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:35 "ROYAL AFRICAN RIFLES" I
Ttm PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NCW9PAPER
Sportswriters Have Their Problems Too At Olympic Garni
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1956
Who's going to be named the Scripps-Howard coach of the
year for '5? Well, if the judges run to form it will be the
coach whose teams has been consistently on top, or close to it,
in the weekly rankings.
The coaches, balloting In secrecy, do their own judging,
and as the eminent Mr. Dooley remarked of the Supreme Court,
a great majority of them tend to follow the election returns.
Tennessee and Oklahoma, master minded respectively by
Bowden Wyatt and Bud Wilkinson, have been playing catch
with the No. 1 spot for weeks and obviously are outstanding
There hasn't been a repeater since the competition started,
with Lynn Waldorf winning in 1935. Either the brethren Jike
to spread the glory or else no prior winner has been impressive
enough to swing the electorate a second time.- As a reminder,
Wilkinson was the '49 winner, also, nis Sooners were ranked
No. 1 last year.
If Wyatt makes it, he will have achieved an honor that
ironically. . and curiously. . never came to the man for
whom he works and for whom he used to play,, . Gen. Bob
Neyland, former Tennessee coach who functions chiefly now
as athletic director.
Close but no cigar was Neyland's experience in the voting.
In '51 he ran second to Chuck Taylor despite the fact that he
drove the Volunteers through an undefeated, untied campaign.
How the brethren could habitually bypass Neyland was al always
ways always difficult to understand. . and still is, for that matter.
In anybody's all-time list a conspicuous place must be reserved
lor West Point's old heavyweight boxing champion.
As an exponent of the single-wing attack, Robert Reese
Neyland was privileged to walk with the Pop Warners and the
Jock Sutherlands. We once persuaded Jock to accompany us
to Krioxville to watch a Ney land-coached team in action.
"Beautiful," purred Jock. "Perfectly beautiful."
Not all people see beauty In the same things. Jock was
beaming over the blocking that cleared the way for Tennessee
hall carriers. Give a single-wing coach crisp, well-timed block blocking
ing blocking and heaven can wait. V
STRING OF SHUTOUTS
i Nevlarid has said: "If a player can't block, he can't play
for me. .. and I don't care if he's a Red Grange." j
Ymi needn't be told that Bowden Wyatt could block. He 1
played end and captained the '38 team which was also unbeat unbeaten
en unbeaten and untied. Moreover, the defense permitted no scoring in
seven games and only one TD in each of two others.
That year Bill Kern of Carnegie Tech, beaten only by Notre
Dame in a close one, was named Coach of the Year. Wyatt
got a better break than his coach. He was named All-America.
The '39 team must have exemplified the Neyland block and
tackle technique in a most compelling manner. In 10 regular
wason games the opposition didn't score a single point. If this
wasn't Neyland's masterpiece, it undoubtedly was one that he
till remembers with a great deal of satisfaction. Among other
things, it enabled him to challenge the enduring axiom. .
"The best defense is a good offense."
' Nevertheless, his coachly brethren remained unmoved. The
accolade went to Eddie Anderson, who had a spectacular fresh freshman
man freshman year at Iowa. The General's long row of shutouts placed
him no higher than fourth.
By OSCAR FRALE Y
Pro Football Players
Organize Along Lines
Of Baseball Brethern
By JOB SARGIS
! they don't deserve any recognition
from me." Marsnail sain, ..niier
NEW YORK. Dec. 1 (UP) is expected to present the mav-
mft RrtTTovr- n The owners don't like it but it ers' demands to Bell snd the oai-
FnPM h,Ti' 1 (UP) -,f?oks as if the players in the Na ers at their annual meeting in
un-itir. ..Vm u- j uonai football League are going mid-January.
Si,?1 aroJundthe va to go ahead with tneir man to or- The New York Giants and the
"I:?, 7? ""V.1 guue!gamze along the lines of their Philadelphia Eagles, who alone
vnT. Ei "nes mey Bave.oasebaM brethren. with the Redskins are believed to
Nation. uniiea creighton Miller, former Notre arry the most weieht in most
muons. Dame naliback and currently an NFL discussions, preferred to hide
J. frenchman who bor-! attorney in Cleveland, revealed behind "no comment" cloaks for
automobile and began to, wedrtesday that the piayers had the present, as did the Baltimore
1 a Spaniard and a j swede, decided to organize and had asked Corts, Chicago Bears and Commis Commis-away
away Commis-away from the track stadium in 'him to represent them in negotia- sioner Bell,
the early evening dusk jtioDS witn the league commission
Lookout, said the Spaniard, er and the ciub owners. Rooney Favorable
who ro his excitement spoke in While neither Bert Bell, NFL
AiA -.. i j ... i commissioner, nor the 12 ciub Art Rooney of the Pittsburgh
pJLhm... ? y? as. the.l owners had been notified officially Steelers said such an organization1
him v-w"s iwi wine piayers nad organised, tney would "give the players a proper;
nim' knew about the planned associa- right to present their views. I'm
it was the wronsr move. The ihih nn.Mniiu ,in h .,m u. .iu i
-. uv,,u, lo1 tuuwcujuar 10 mat wnicn, nas proviaea consideration to the players' side,
into a pole and smashed up the; solid benefits for major league he added, i
whole front of the car as well as; baseball players. A pension plan Edwin W. Pauley, one of the co-
Di r Li ,7 'and compensation for preseason owners of the Los Angeles Rams,
:.r Twn,r exhibition games are believed to said he believed an organization
u i V. c?mmfned the, owner.be high on the list of demands, representing the players would be
r K.wV( invBC good for the pro circuit.
tu -.u iL ,A -, marsnail uuiikm iwovt raui brown, coach, part owner
x iicu ? i- and general manager of the Cleve
u ure ueorge rresion fliarsnau, tne iana crowns, saia ne oion t antici i mpum nm r. 1
women s nuraies race winner, .ik.K m,.r th w..i,mtn .n .,.in ,.,;ti. u.' YLLnnu, uci. i
There was just one difficulty. The Redskins, snarmed Pit riff i mMuhrfftoI !2B?W ...
Ittl eight rnin-i ious" before droomne the whol rainine and exhibition a ma Ha m,"aer mZ ? nus"eJ?-J'"
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"n BHWBjiBH Bs&V sBpa BfltfsSBj BBi jSkSuBtBh&'ShBj
oBJ BBJf : :jSBJ jjaiJB S j BB9L al H-9ML.&
t'hr111!6011?, foola11 season brought out many extraordinary pictures and this
-elll Wri Eiy.erybody- C.anal, 84. Rutgers end, is down or in me thick
of thmgs in the Columbia game at New Brunswick as a Scarlet back fumbles in midfield
Indians Will Have
'Dusty, Torn Pants'
TOPS IN THREE LEAGUES
Tennessee ends Its season against Vanderbilt today and If
Nevland's -protege is. to remain a forceful contender in tne
CoacTof ffie Yiar sweepstakes; the Vols must win.
Apparently victory wll make them sure-pop for the Sugar
owl in New Orleans. There is at a hand a etter from Fred
Wgby' tho general manager, in which he extolls the merits of
team and coach, an obvious tip off.
"Here's Tan angle about Wyatt that may Interest you," he
writes "He won the Skyline Championship at Wyoming, the
Southwestern Championship at Arkansasand is on the i verge
of winning the Southeastern at Tennessee. Three champion champion-Wps
Wps champion-Wps in three different leagues in eight years must be some
sort of rceord. What do you say?"
' We're speechless.
r LEGALLY BOURNI DID NOT
C0ilMlT "BRIACH Of
i By HBRBSRT MOISE
COLON : The hearing of the
"breach of contract" charge pre presented
sented presented to the Panama Boxing
Commission by Victor Bell against
Melvin Bourne will prove tha
Bourne did not commit any breach
because there wa no legal contract.
Bell and Bourne drafted a set of
elauses sometime in July and
clause G states that the "contract
would not be vauo unm appiuvcu
by tha Panama Boxing Commis Commission."
sion." Commission." This turns out to be the key
clause in the dispute insofar as le legality
gality legality of the document in con concerned.
cerned. concerned. Sometime in July, Bell Bourne
and veteran trainer Aubrey "Co
jo" Woodruff got 'ogether and
drafted the contract wherein Bel
id Woodruff would be co-manag
ers, with Woodruff doubling a
trainer. According to Woodruff, h
decided to break with Bell very
soon after this as he noticed that
Bell was ignorant of the responsi
bilities and duties of a manager
Bourne and Bell then continued
their bond. Bourne "empioyeu'
the Cojo as bis trainer.
Thereafter the Bourne-Bell tie-up
loved at snail's pace and Bourne
finding himself without any bouts
asked Bell to get him a match
Bell told the bantam champ he in
tended to import fighters to box
mm and that he should take it ea
sy. In the meantime, promoter
Craig approached the trio for a
bout with Jesus Santamaria, but
ea refused to sign with Cran
claiming among outer inings ina
' he did not want to have his "bov
fight in Colon because they will
rob him." But Bourne went ahead
and signed the contract with Craie
when it became apparent that Bell
was not displaying enough interest
Six days before the scheduled
date, Bell presented his contrac
with Bourne to the Colon Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. At this meeting uamei uei
gado explained to Bell the intri intricate
cate intricate wording of the contract and
promised to have matters straight
ened out. In the meantime, Bel
protested to the Panama board
which published a report in one of
its meeting m a morning aaily
tiiat Bournt had created a contrac
4ipucc v lib fidi. A compict-p re
port on the situation was sent by
the Colon commission, out not on
word of it was printed.
The situation boils down to this:
Bourne and Bell agreed on a con
tract in July.
A clause in the contract state
that it would not be valid unles1
approved by the Panama Com
n.ission. Bourne's signed contrac
with Craig was presented to the
Colon board for approval on Oct'
16, but was refused because one
fight on the card did not meet the
On Oct. 29 the card was finally
eiven the srrren lieht Thsn m Nnv
12 (six days before the fight), Bell
presented bis contract with
Bourne to the Colon board. The ap
proval necessary to vmake thi
contract valid was given on th
same date of presentation Nov
12. Now we leave it up to thos
judging Bourne. Did he legall
break a contract? As we1 see it he
ji st committed a moral breach.
race didn't go off until eight
utes later, nut the Mim was a
neio. He gave 'em the right name.
Another fellow wasn't so lucky.
He carried a long story full of real
good quotes from an Irish high
jumper. Seems that, according to
the story, the Irishman failed to
qualify in the high jump because
of the wind and the dust in his
eyes. Well, that's what the man
But, as it turned out, the high
jumper had never left Ireland.
Sleep A Problem
With deadlines popping up con constantly
stantly constantly around the world, sleep is
a problem if you happen to room
with somebody from another part
lous" before dropping the whol
training and exhibition games.
patient man," today promised that
mauer mio oeu s lap. i saw ne aireaay naa come to an t.j ... ..,in v,3., Mntv
"The proposals sound ridiculous I agreement with his players to the: "i,.!" ."j f;m
and from a practical standpoint1 satisfaction of all. ESP"J "uu
Indicating that current members
of the Cleveland team will have
to hustle arid produce to keep
their jobs, Farrell said that from
now on the Indians never known
for their daring on the base paUis
will be "fast aggressive and in interesting."
Outdated Standup Boxing Style
Big Handicap to US Olympians
By OSCAR FRALIY
uerreotype of fighters of th
of the world. Just about the time! MELBOURNE, Dec. 1 (UP)-The
vnil want in an tn claon IKa nh.,r. KaII .1 on r. liHT. T ,,ie VI nli n
scter has tn start hammnrin a the tioMino Marine frnm Sn in8 the course Of the
typewriter to catch a deadline. Jose, Calif., swarmed
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x wm van hmv. iiiuic jiciu Liicx l wo i i 1 1 1 1: aim in nv wuu am iwumiuk ...
Them U th usual mint. nfi.a5Trw.lr 1 COmpetttOM Can't
course, of those who have forgot-;
tPH t hpir uivi' hirthHavc nr anni. IT1 Annnnanr olnnrlnr Anoirol
"We'll do a lot of running," he
added, "and we'll bring back from
spring training only the best and
Tn mi one' s rnri.se General
This happened twice more dur- Manager Hank Grcenbera of the
oout-nrov-Indians named Farrell as field
across the on?e a8ain that when it comes! manager succeeding AI Lopez, at
with a looping IJ UOXH, m me uiympic Games a dinner for newsmen Wednesday
i "iB UJiiiiii'iuurs Can I nan V win nioht ITarrell cionnri a nno.voar
I0r lOSine. I prtntro.
TUn mM wt. - ai
i i ix hi rt wiiii vi im in rnara . . a
vprtaripo nH now wnnrfer nrK.thor ion urA th ki, ,nH r.n,,i ,oo. i. u.vui l.., "v ureenDerg revealed selection ot
it wnu'H ha safe tn remain in5HrnnnH inn ,rt Anh ..liifcahi t uf.,rj 5 the man who "hates to lose" was
Australia. he started punching to the body referee's decision. Yet so wide-
iriiH r pnsn t in x mil p rpnain i na romroA a rrannnman ipn. ..it-nnn m tha md.....
that he wuf remain he ',X7t TwrntaT.1 ISlx Farrell was chosen "because we
He wrote one letter to his wife finger in little Louis's face. jpicture boxer draws the wrath of
"ivo, no, na warned, i, i k e tne fans.
not made because "he deserved it
was in line tor it. He said
and one to a woman friend
got the envelopes mixed up
C'est la vie?
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Cleveland Browns have lost
a pro football division title for the
first time in their history but they
may decide who will replace them
as the National Football League's
Both the New York Giants, cling-
Btcomlng Mere Apparent
It is becoming ever more an
parent, from the great number of
Molina, shrugged helplessly and
assumed the classic pose demand
ed in Olympic boxing. But in
stinct swiftly took over and Louis
again dropped naturally into
weave and bob.
Steps In Again
Once more the referee, irrita-
Then the referee assumed a
stance which would have been a
credit to John L. Sullivan, shook
anotner cautioning linger mine boxers who crowl "We 7 mh
Uaai hAaMflA CjlaM fac of American lightweight bed," that the Olympic boxing of of-FlOf
FlOf of-FlOf lUtlUV Caiiem nd motioned the two bos ,0" ficials are going to have to clean
srether fleam. hnnas in iho mia .n..t.-
m r v"v. i uiva UCM.l llllCIlt.
They're still judging by Gentle Gentleman
man Gentleman Jim Corbett standards while
every amateur, In the world is try trying
ing trying to fight like Henry Armstrong.
There's a eonA reaenn nr thi.
ii ; v mho
Wi transition. Americans hold everv
world professional boxlne cham
pionship except those in the two
lightest divisions, bantamweight
and flyweight. You can't hardly
beat that for nrcluetinn.
inff tn a hflff-eame laaH in tha tion showing plainly on his tare. I This Droductive American atvla
division, and the runnerup Chic a eo' stepped in and aeparated the two has ended the day of the classic!
Cardinals have another game with boxers. standuD fighter. It's just that the I
the Browns. I No, no, no, he stormed at Olympic officials haven't heard
New York entertains Cleveland Molina. "L dox, le oox. uae.the news
Dec. 9 and the Browns are at home, this.
felt that he was the best man to
do the job."
Farrell led the Indianapolis In Indians
dians Indians to an American Association
pennant and Little World Series
title last season. The junior Indi Indians
ans Indians also won the pennant in 1954
Today Encanto .35 .20
"CRASHING LAS VEGAS"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Don Barry in
"THE DALTON GANG"
Cesar Romero in
to the Cardinals Dec. 16. A victory
by Cleveland in either of those
games could decide the division
.ae Chicago Bears (7-1-1) and
Detroit Lions (7-2) clash for the
Western lead in Sunday's feature
game. The Bears are favored by
five points for the game at De
Sunday's other selections with
won-lost-tied records in parenthe parentheses:
ses: parentheses: Redskins (5-3) over Giants
(6-2-1) at New York; Cardinals
(6-3) over Packers (3-6) at Chica Chicago;
go; Chicago; Colts' (4-4) over Forty-Nlners
(2-6-1) at Baltimore; Rams (2-7)
over Steelers (3-6) at Pittsburgh;'
Browns (3-6) over Eagles (3-5-1)
Again he assumed the slsndup
pose you can see in any old bag-
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
(NEA) The Air Force Academy
is having altitude trouble-with its
basketball team. The tallest Fal
con i only 6-4.
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Rev. Hugh Tucker
Dies In 100th Year
One of the great Christian
servants of humanity, the Rev.
Dr. Hugh C Tucker, formerly
secretary of the Brazil agency of
the American Bible Society, died
on Nov. 4 in his 100th year at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
L. A. Estes, In Media, pa., it was
Dr. Tucker, a young clrcult clrcult-rider
rider clrcult-rider preacher from the hills of
Tennessee, began his foreign ca career
reer career in 1885 as pastor of the
American Church in Rio de Jan Janeiro,
eiro, Janeiro, when that country was
ruled by an emperor. Gifted
with a warm, sanguine and
friendly temperament, cl e a r
thought, and practical vision, he
had an astonishing record of
service to the country. It was his
alertness that brought to Rio
the first effective efforts to con control
trol control the scourge of yellow fever.
This was followed by stimulation
of the treatment of tuberculosis
and of leprosy.
The Seamen's Home, the Peo People's
ple's People's central institute, the first,
public playground, the American
Lending Library, the Rio Young
Men's Christian Association, the
Evangelical Confederation of
Churches, the Sunday School As Association,
sociation, Association, the Brazil United
States Institute all owed in large
measure their origin to his Ini Initiative
tiative Initiative and support.
He gave himself liberally to
the interests of his church, the
Methodist, in Brazil. Even after
'oijs retirement he was engaged
in some 10 enterprises and kept
active participation in some
even int ohls nineties.
These multiplied activities
meant no reduction in his work
for the Bible cause. His early
years saw pioneering distribu distribution
tion distribution journeys by canoe and
muleback, facing both hardship
and danger. During his long
term of 47 years of service he
saw the circulation of Scriptures
multiply by 20. At his inspira inspira-i
i inspira-i tion a handsome and serviceable
Bible House was erected in Rio
in 1933. In 1934 he was awarded
by the Brazilian government the
Order of the Southern cross.
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 1 (UP) -Milton
Laughrey, 32, complain complaining
ing complaining to police yesterday that a
pickpocket had stolen his wal wallet
let wallet containing n"rly 4R0 cane
a cropper himself when he let
slip thai; he had. stolen the
money from his boss a few
i i j.
UBRERIA PRECIADO LOURDES PHARMACY
1 Street No. U 182 U CarranioUia
Agendas Internal, da PuDlicacionaa FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. Utter Plii No. H 'V Street
CASA ZALDO MORRISON
Central Ave. it 4th of Jul Ave. A J St
FOR SALE: North Americans
moving. Roper automatic (as
stovo one ton, airtomp air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, oloctric water heater,
two door Foodarama freezer
and Refrigerator, Mognavox 24
inch Tolovision, all used 5
months. Phono Panama 3-6901.
"Fomol" apartment 4, Ricardo
FOR SALE:- Rofrigorotor, 25
cycle 7 cu ft., porcelain inside.
Cube Avenue 2724 Apt. 26
from 4:00 p.m. on.
FOR SALE: 1 Hollywood bod
, 125.00. West 24th Street,
house 1-47, room 31, after 3:30
FOR SALE: Sowing machine
Gorman, now, reasonable price
Camilo A. Porras. Call 29, 3 3-23,
23, 3-23, Bella Vista.
MUST SELL Baby crib with
new mattress. Best offer Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2762.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator,
Phllco, I cubic feet, deep
freeze compartment, 60 cycle,
1 year old, 4 year guarantee
loft, call Balboa, 3562, attar
FOR SALE: Now harmony
(Japanese) field glasses, 7x50,
leather carrying case, $24; of officer's
ficer's officer's worsted blouso, size 37R,
15.00; German Kundo 400-day
clock with glass globe, needs
repair, $2.00; dark mahogany
serving table with silverware
drawer, 510.00; Simmons lounge
choir, needs upholstering and
painting, $2.00; Tal. Balboa 35 35-2.
2. 35-2. FOR SALE:- Whirlpool auto automatic
matic automatic washer, bed foam rub rubber
ber rubber r. attren, sectional couches
nylon covered foam rubber, 15
small appliances clothe. Tel.
FOR SAW:- Cottage at San San-ta
ta San-ta Clara, toner te with tile
floors, carport. 4 lots, 2 land landscaped
scaped landscaped with fruit and shade
tree. Inquire in Casino. Vom Vomer.
er. Vomer. FOR SALE: Chalet, Via Po Porras,
rras, Porras, 7th street. 2 bedrooms,
living, dining rooms, kitchen,
bathroom, porch back of house,
front terrace entiroly fenced.
FOR SALE: Ariel Motorcycle,
model VHA-SMcc. Excellent
condition. One owner. Screnton
1109 Margarita, Phone 3-2502.
FOR SALE:- 1 Motor scooter
cashman Delux year 1954
$175.00, 125 cycle washing ma machine
chine machine $90.00. Phone Navy 321S.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: -Clarinet in a brown
and white check .a so, made by
Bundy Solmor. Reward for re return.
turn. return. Call 2-1330, 2-3322.
THE SCREEN'S FIRST
GREAT ROCK'N ROLL
Here's the jet-rhythm-and-romance
story that you'll dig
with deUght! The Rock'n Roll
songs -and -dances that are
rocking the nation! "ROCK
AROUND THE CLOCK" in
SuperScope, starring The Plat Platters
ters Platters (Ernie Freeman Combo),
Tony Martinez and his band,
Freddie Bell and his Bellboys,
Alan Freed, Johnny Johnston,
Lisa Gave, Earl Barton, Henry
Salte, and John Archer which
OPENS ON DECEMBER 5th
AT THE LUX.
oaa bob ',: : ,r: S9S!$
FOR SALE: '950 Mercury
convertible 43,000 miles, all the
extros, one owner. Excellent
condition. $450.00. Phono Na Navy
vy Navy 3544.
FOR SALE:- 1952 4 door
Chevrolet. Office 2 2719. Homo
2-3214. After 5, 514 Ancon.
FOR SALE: BY ORIGINAL
owner 1951 Oldsmobile hard
top convertible coupe. Automa Automatic
tic Automatic transmission, radio, wind windshield
shield windshield washer, back up lights,
turn signals. Duty paid. $ 700.
."'hone Panama 3-6960 during
day. 3-1711 on Sunday.
FOR SALE: 194S Chevrolet,
4-door 6 eyl 2-tono, flootline,
new tiros, call Paraiso, 4-361.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Chevrolet
sedan. Powerglido, power
brakes,. radio, hooter, excellent
condition. A bargain. $1,095.
Phono Claytr 2160.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Chevrolet
4dr soden DeLuxe, excellent
condition, standard transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, brand new tiros and bat battery
tery battery $575.00, also military jep
with 4 wheel drive, end gate
and aluminum top $325.00. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1949 Do Soto
custom coupe. New tires, trans transmission,
mission, transmission, battery, paint job, un underrating.
derrating. underrating. $350. Balboa 2762.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford VI
sunlinor hard top, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, defroster, under coating,
turn signals, back up lights,
white wall tires, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1,225 no trades. Phone
Drive Safely Install now hosd hosd-light
light hosd-light bulbs or sealed bsams In
your carl AUTOAC 15th St. Me Me-londez,
londez, Me-londez, Ave. Colon.
FOR SALE: Ford Gaunus 15
MiWnqU,rW St,m'' S,l:
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-door Bel Air 2-tono paint.
White wall tires. Phono Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 2-4417.
FOR SALE: 1949 Studobakor
Fordor Duty paid $200.00, 758 758-B
B 758-B BarnQby St. Tel. 2-3698.
FOR SALE: Late 1953 Do So Soto
to Soto Visodom V-8, 4 door, sedan
excellent condition. Phono Pe-nam-
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, $175.00. Call Charles pis pistole,
tole, pistole, Balboa 3079 or Balboa 27-
FOR SALE:- 1948 Lincoln car,
fair condition, $100.00. Tel. 2 2-2677,
2677, 2-2677, Balboa, House 829, Em Empire
pire Empire St.
"THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER"
Lilting Comedy Set In Spicy,
Saucy, Sexy Paris
Love in its natural habitat Paris provides the cat cataclysm
aclysm cataclysm for the funny and sometimes naughty episodes that
comprise the new comedy, "THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGH DAUGHTER."
TER." DAUGHTER." The title role is played by Olivia de Havilland, hap happily
pily happily returning to comedy after a long series of heavily dra dramatic
matic dramatic roles. Also starred In "THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGH DAUGHTER"
TER" DAUGHTER" are John Forsythe, Myrna Loy and Adolphe Menjou.
See the most scandalous "Foreign Affair" in laugh history!
"THE AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER" in ClnemaSeope and
Technicolor which OPENS ON DECEMBER 5th AT THE
At. Tivoli Ne
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Central Ave.
14 Central Atom
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE:- Man's suit, size
36, end 2 winter coats, sizs 31.
Telophono 3-5024. Panama.
FOR SALE: Royal portable
Spanish typewriter. Excellent
condition $45.00 Call Fort Da Davis
vis Davis 572.
FOR SALE: Lady's fur coat
and winter suit, size 12. Cilia
Estudiante No. 1429, Apt. 3.
FOR SALE: Savage Fox 12 12-gauge
gauge 12-gauge double shotgun, now
$ 64.00. Diving helmet, long
hose, pump, plastic window.
$ 10.00. Phone 2-4455.
FOR SALE: Golf clubs, 4
woods and 9 irons. Bast offer.
Office, 2-2719. Homo 2-3214. 516
FOR SALE: Lester piano "Bet "Bet-sy
sy "Bet-sy Ross Spinet" Price $550.00
FOR SALE: Inverter, 4 volts
DC to 120 volts 60 cycle, 125
wotts, like new $50.00. Marga Margarita
rita Margarita 8217A phono 3-2372.
FOR SALE: Speed graphic
camera, 2 x 3Vi Rangefinder,
filters, flashgun. 8109 Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Phono 3-2502.
FOR SALE: Lionel electric
trein with accessories, trans transformer.
former. transformer. Excellent condition. 08
30 Balboa, Telephone 2-3632.
FOR SALE: Pure bred dal dal-mation
mation dal-mation puos, '30.00 A U. P. A A-vellable
vellable A-vellable 15 Doc. Phone 3-1786
House 612 Doiossops.
FOR SALE: G.E. Radio, 5
bands, RCA record player. An Ancon.
con. Ancon. Phono 2-4367.
FOR SALE: -&an's pocket
watch, Hamilton iie 12 with
gold chain. Phono 2-4174.
FOR SALE: Piano excellent
condition $200.00, Knabo-Angel-us
upright. Owner music teach teacher
er teacher returning U.S. Phono, Navy
FOR SALE: Waihar Easv
spin Rinse excellent condition
$150.00 or best offer. Piano
Schumann Baby Grand $400.00
or best offer, Albrook 6203.
WANT ED TO BUY: 1935 or
1956 Chevrolet, Plymouth or
Dodgo, autometic change.
Reasonable price, Tel. 2-1558
from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modem famished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, living-dining room, bod bod-room,
room, bod-room, bath and kitchen. Corner
Via Espana and Altamlra.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Military inspected.
$55.00. Tel. 3-2068, Panama Via
Porras No. 99.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to couple without chil children.
dren. children. On Via Porras, overlook-
tl eommi"Yr $45.00.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment down stairs, fresh,
independent, inspected. Furn Furn-ishod
ishod Furn-ishod $70.00 unfurnished $55.00
No. 16 Ave Jose de Fabrega
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main room has elr condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar with
tools, dining room,, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrace, storage
room, maid's room with bath,
rage, all screened. For fur fur-fner
fner fur-fner information call 3-0615
bathroom, maids-room apart apartment
ment apartment in 2-apartment house 46
St.Jo. 34,, T... 3-6221, office
FOR RENT: Vacation quart quarters,
ers, quarters, comfortable furnished cha cha-let
let cha-let in San Francisco with all
machine, call 3-1789.
As A Correspondent
In Divorce Complaint
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 (UP) --Former
Sen. Harry P. Cain
(K-Wash) has been named co corespondent
respondent corespondent 111 a rnCe AAniHlei.
for divorce filed by a prominent
"vu -cn, ain., physician.
Dr. Karl tfminnal ll.JJ r
charged yesterday in Superior
-uui t mac ain was one of 10
men wno neld clandestine meet meetings
ings meetings with the doctor's wife, Alice
Thursd.-.y night said:
"I'm not denvincr anvthins t
think it would be
even acknowloHep anvrhint ihm
o- --j v.i-.iej iirv
that. Anyone who knows Mrs.
Madden would know any such
charges by her husband were just
Dr. Madden claimed in the nit
the 10 men consorted with Mrs.
Madden between Feb. 16, 1943,
and Oct. 14, 1955. He charged that
his wife and the 50-year-old for former
mer former senator were intimate June
26 and 27, 1955.
Cain was a member of the
Senate from 1946 until 1952 Ha
recentiy resigned as a member of
tne -udversive Control Board. He
currently is living in Tacoma,
Wash., with his wife and two
Ex-Senator !$ Named
Strong drama... With stirring... Thrilling action!
I HOW cam rou
Bh siiueo -iSinM
EEflBs lee via ajfu war
I jj I. ANVTrNNO
MACDONALD CAREY PATRICIA MEDINA sk.phomeiee
trre 11 M p.m.
J. Fee. do la Oan Ave. No. 41
Jarta Area ia Ave. and 33 SL
M Stmt Na. S3
, RES0RTS FOR RENT FOR SALE
Organisations or large parties ae- Boats & Motnro
commodated at Shrapnel's Santa Houses " 1T1lOr
Clara leach Houses. Phono Lot's go fishing, $5.00 per per
Thompson, Balboa 1772. son. Large comfortable boot.
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD '? MNTs New chalet, fur- Contact ABERNATHY. Tele-
THING? You'll enjoy a vaca- W : Th' "h 3-0244 day,. 3-2145 night,,
tion at the SAN JOSE INN AD- SUT '" M' rAD Pit-
s rT. Jom ,nn' Un Jom' 5i Sir's F0R RENT
vesta an.. 7fh A aKgM(t. Rll0m,
MVnYr FOR RENT Fjimishod room
mar, the best bathing beach in haw ---- jIu
l'- 'S F0R RENT! July Avenue! "
onees Moderate prices. The new sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
management H aoxioiis to serve fenced. 7th S t r o o t. Golf FOR RENT: Room with serv-
Heights. Phone 2-2407 or 3-36- kitchen, other one for bach-
Rosorv. NOW. In.sp.nsiv. sat- 4K f" m?n
ufylni vacations Santa Clara
ho..h pi,IPTl.,l', 'UrBi,.h,I- F0R "NT:- Modern chalet, FOR FREE
bo. 1771 Th,m""' '" furnished. 2 bedrooms, terrace; TAMFA, Fla.-(UP)-The city
yard, maid's room. Golf Park's department holds an annual
Heights. Telephone 3-6243, 3- "'ve away" day here in an at-
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo 4567. tempt to encourage Tampa res-
beaeh house. One mile past Ca- 1 udents to b e a u t i f y their lawns
ino. Phone Balboa 1866. Each person lining up at a city
PH.LUPS Oc.ae.id. Cottars, FitiSrSrLSZ rn VSW
bal 3-1673 turned out for this ye"' "give
5?? SCOTJT GAIN Boy Scout Troop No. 2 of Balboa became, exactly $120 richer this week
when, Walter E. Colclasure, president of Zone Council 801, accepted the profi s of a benefit
revolver and turkey ihoot conducted by the Canal Zone Police Association Trecento. Poles
Sergeant Jack F. Morris does the presenting honors here, while (1 to r) Set James Hatch Hatcher,
er, Hatcher, president of the CZ Police Association, and Franklyn Chase, scout executive Ko"
" ; (Photo by Tom Thompson)
Held At Miami U
(UP) Some 1,000 University of
Florida male students milled a-
round the girl's dormitories here
early this morning in a half-hearted
panty raid. I
The boys marched to the dor dormitories
mitories dormitories en masse after attending
a pep rally for Saturday's football
game against arch rival Miami,
The shouted .cat calls and
howled at the cpeds who obliging obligingly
ly obligingly flung underclothing from their
windows and tried to eg? them
on. The boys built fires and threw
firecrackers but never tried to
storm the buildings as they did
Asst. Dean of Men, A. W. Boldt,
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parqoa Lefevre 1 Street
Via Porrai ill
NOVEDADES A THIS
Via Esp.ni Ave.
To Preach Tomorrow
Al Ft. Davis Chapel
Rudolf A. Renfer, professor of
church history and missions at
Dallas Theological Seminary.
Dallas, Tex., will be the guest
speaker at the 10:30 a.m. serv services
ices services tomorrow in the Fort Davis
Renfer, a former Army chap chaplain
lain chaplain who served In the European
Theater during World War II, Is
visiting mission stations of the
Central American countries. In
addition to his present teaching
assisted by n o I i and photog photographers,
raphers, photographers, talked the mob into
breaking ur after an hour and a
half of milling and shouting.
A university official explained
the photographers were on hand
to take pictures of students, to be
used against them -in case of dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary action.
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MELBOURNE, Dac. 1 (UP) Tha powerful U. S. Olympic team rang up eight more gold medals in the Olympic
Games today Including a runaway victory over Russia for the basketball championship and two world records
on the final day of track and field competition.
In addition, American-trained Ron Delany of Ireland, a student at Villanova, romped home a winner over three
other four-minute milers in the classic 1,500 meter championship with a new Olympic record of 3:41.2.
When the talented American basketball team routed the Russians, 89-55, it brought the U. S. its 28th gold
modal of the current games and padded the American point lead in the unofficial teahi race so that it may be big
nough to withstand a rally by Russia in the minor events coming up next week.
The U. S. clinched the men's track and field title in the afternoon with its 14th and 15th gold medals against
nine for all other competing nations in the greatest display of power ever seen in the modern Olympics. v
The gold medal parade ran
The men's 400-meter relay
team of I' Murchlson, Lea Lea-mon
mon Lea-mon Mm, Thane Baker and
double-winner Bobby Morrow
won by four yards over Rus Russia
sia Russia in the world record time of
The men's 1,600-meter relay
team ncKea r
yards and Mildred McDanlel of
Atlanta, Oa., won the women s
nigh jump oy
world record with a leap of five
feet, 9 V Inches.
Bob Clotworthy of Mountain Mountainside,
side, Mountainside, N.J., former Ohio State
star, won the springboard div diving
ing diving championship.
Bill Yorzyk of Northampton,
Mass., the world record holder
continued his domination of the
SOO-me'ier butterfly swimming
event with a victory by six feet
over his nearest rival.
in the boxing hall tonight,
Pete Rademacher of Grandview,
Wash., won the heavyweight ti title
tle title by stopping Russia's Lev
Moukhlne in the first round and
Jimmy Boyd of Rocky Mount
N C won the light heavyweight
medal with a decision over
Gheorghe Negrea of Romania
Delany, 21-year-old student
at Philadelphia's Villanova
College, ran the equivalent of
a 3:58 mile as he clipped four
full seconds off the Olympic
record wth a 1,500-meter
clocking of 3:41.2, but fast as
he was he couldn't touch the
world record of 3:40.6.
The only world mark In men s
track fell to the U.S. 400-meter
team as It clipped three-tenths
of a second off the 20-year-old
mark set at Berlin by Jesse Ow Owens
ens Owens and company.
It might have been even
faster than that but for a
sluggish baton exchange be between
tween between Baker and King when
King nearly ran past his man
on the pickup. Morrow, how-
MELBOURNE. Dtc. 1 (UP)
Rush, and the United State con continued
tinued continued their own private scramble
for peinti in the Melbourne Olym Olympics
pics Olympics today with the Americana out
in front by 72V points after a
torrid day of competition.
Paints ara awardad on a 10-5-4-1-2-1
basil. The point table:
United State 463
Australia 1 59 Vk
Rumania 66 Vl
Ireland 25 Va
Rule aril 21
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New Zealand 12
Yufoslavia 1 1
South Africa 9
Mexico .. 7
Switzerland .............. 5
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the tape to win the 400-meter run In the Olympics at Melbourne, Australia. Germany's Karl
Haas (left) placed second and Zoitto Hellsteln (93), of Finland, and Ardallon Ignatiev (right),
of Russia, tied for third. Jenkins covered the distance in 46.7 seconds.
ever, ran a tremendous ancnor
leg and beat the second place
Russian by four yards.
Lou Jones of New Rochelle,
N.Y., Jessie Mashburn of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City, Charley Jenkins of
Cambridge, Mass., and Tom
Courtney of Livingston, N.J., ran
the 1,600-meter relay in 3:04.8
for a 15-yard victory over the
nearest team, Australia.
In the other two events on the
windup day before the custom
ary packed nouse 01 nu.uuu,
Australia's team led by Betty
Cuthbei: won the women's 400-
meter relay crown by lowering
its one-day-old world record to
44.5 seconds, and lumbering
Alain Mimoun, a mustachioed
French African, won the mara
thon of 26 miles, 385 yards.
Delany. awkward In style but
loaded with competitive fire,
laid far back in the field during
the early going in the 1,500, In
which miracle milers John Lan Lan-dy
dy Lan-dy of Australia, Brian Hewson
of Britain and Laszlo Tabori of
Hungary were the leading con contenders.
tenders. contenders. AH three, plus Delaney, had
shattered the four-minute bar barrier
rier barrier in previous mile runs.
But Delany had it today In
the stretch. The six-foot Irish Irishman
man Irishman simply overpowered li s
foes as he swung to the out outside,
side, outside, making his move from
seventh place as he turned for
Klaus Richtzenhaln of Ger Germany
many Germany was second. Landy was
third, though he tried mightily
in the last few leaps to overtake
the German. Tabori was fourth,
Hewson fifth, and Stanislaus
Jungwirth, a Czech' was sixth.
Mimoun, an outsider, crossed
the finish line In the marathon
after two hours, 25 minutes and
before his nearest rival entered
the stadium for the final lap.
Franjo Mihalic of Yugoslavia
was second while Emil Zatopek,
the Czech who won three med medals
als medals at Helsinki, was sixth even
though he had refused to enter
other events and saved himself
for the marathon.
A total of 36 gold medals
went up for grabs today with
many champions crowned In
several sports, Including box boxing,
ing, boxing, wrestling, swimming and
Russia, hopeful of winning the
unofficial team title from the
U.S. with successes In the so
called minor sports, won one ri rifle
fle rifle shooting title and one In ca canoeing
noeing canoeing with several second
placing: for its paddlers. The
U.8. was shutout In both sports.
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 1 (UP)
Arlie L. Larmb, 42, and his wife.
Jean, 32, have agreed to share
Diablo pendine trial of her di divorce
vorce divorce suit. A Superior Court
Thursday approved the agree agreement
ment agreement under which Mrs. Lnmb
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WINS DISPUTED RACE Britain's Chris Brasher clears the
last water jump on the way to the finish line in the 3,000 3,000-meter
meter 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Olympic Games. Brasher was dis disqualified
qualified disqualified for Interference and Sandor Rozsnyol, of Hungary,
was declared the winner. The judges reinstated Brasher as
winner after an appeal by officials of the British team.
Brasher was credited with a new Olympic record of 8:41.2.
GOV. W. E. POTTER wearing a plaid sport shirt, chats with members of the Canal Zone Police Association at an Informal
reception' given In his honor at the Police Lodge at Chiva Chlva Thursday night. Seated from left to right are: Cato May,
second vice president of the Police Association; Potter; James L. Hatcher, president of the Association; Lt. Gov. H. W.
Schull, Jr.; and Charles C. Fears, first vice president. Standing, from left to right, are: Paul Rumestrand, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the Panama Canal; MaJ. Roger W. Grlfith, chief of the Police Division; Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Director;
Robert C. Walker, chief of Internal Security Office; Henry L. Donovan, Civil Affairs Director; and William G. Arey, Jr.,
Information Officer. Other guests- invited to the reception were: Capt. Anthony C. Roessler, Balboa Port Captain; G. M.
Frick, Panama Canal Labor Liaison Officer; Judge J. E. Deming, Balboa Magistrate; 'Judge Charles A. Garcia; Martin
Hayes; Maj. David H. Smith, militarv assistant to the Governor; and E. W. Bierbaum, chairman of the Police Lodge. Other
officers of the Police Association present were: Morton L. LeVee, recorder; Charles N. Little, vice chairman of the Balboa
Branch; Fred E. Perra, secretary-treasurer of the Balboa Branch; Rlcahrd Edmonson, secretary-treasurer of the Cristobal
Branch; and Robert W. Lawyer, aerteanVat-armet e4 tte Brsnrh ,,.,.., .,. l,llili.
"Let the people know the truth and, the
Canal Zone Red Cross Issues Appeal
For Funds to Help Hungarian People
An appeal for funds to, aid the
tragic suffering in Hungary is
being made by the American Red
Cross and the Canal Zone chap
ter will accept and forward any
contributions received from Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian residents.
An announcement of the na
tional appeal for funds and for
assistance from Isthmian con
tributors was made Friday at
Balboa Heights by Carl J.
Browne, chairman of the chap chapter.
ter. chapter. He has lust received a long
message from the national head
quarters announcing the need
for funds to help in Hungary s
Contributions by local resi
dents may be made at the Red
Cross chapter headquarters In
Ancon or Cristobal. Contribu
tions may also be mailed to the
Red Cross Chapter, Box 322, Bal
The following message from E.
Roland Harriman, chairman of
the National Red Cross, con concerning
cerning concerning the assistance the Red
Cross is already giving to allevi alleviate
ate alleviate suffering In Hungary and in
assisting the thousands of refu refugees
gees refugees who have fled from their
homeland to escape oppression:
"The tranic suffering of the
peovle ol Hunoarv has caused
every American to want to
send help. This help has none
from the American Red Crois
and we have teen joined by
other Red Cross societies
throughout the world in rush rushing
ing rushing medical supplies, food.
23 Rescued From
Fire In Indiana
MUNCIE, Ind., Dec. 1 (UP)
Twenty-three patients were i
ried to safety when fire broke out
in a nursing home today. No one
The flames damaged the 11 -room
two-story Morgan Nichols
Convalescent Home before dawn
whife patients rangine in age from
38 to the 70s were asleep.
July 26' Revolutionaries Raid 3 Cuban Cities
But are Chased by Batista's Strong Policearms
SANTIAGO, Cuba, Dec. 1 (UP)
SANTIAGO, Cuba, Nov. 30 (UP)
Groups of armed civilians raid raided
ed raided police headquarters, an army
arsenal and a jail yesterday in a
series of revolutionary attacks in
three eastern Cuban cities.
At least five were killed and 13
Pent-up agitation against the
government of President Fulgen Fulgen-cio
cio Fulgen-cio Batista exploded into blood
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1956
blankets, and other necessities
to the' stricken area.
"The Red Cross Is the interna international
tional international agency that Is now mov moving
ing moving supplies into Hungary and
supervising their distribution. As
refugees poured into Austria by
the thousands the Austrian gov
ernment turned to the Red Cross
CLINTON, Tenn., Dec. 1 (UP) (UP)-All
All (UP)-All nine Negro students skipped
classes at integrated Clinton High
School yesterday for the third day
in a row. One of them said he
was tnreateneu wim Doauy narm
if ho attended school yesterday.
None of the Negroes indicated
any desire to take the Anderson
County school board up on its of offer
fer offer to transfer them to a segre segregated
gated segregated school if they would with withdraw
draw withdraw from racially-troubled Clin Clinton
ton Clinton High.
One of the students, Bobby Cam,
said he received a telephone call
Thursday night front an unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified man who threatened him with
harm if he showed up for classes
Some of the Negro students
said they had "just decided be between
tween between ourselves we weren't going
back today." Two said they plan
to return Monday or when "con "conditions
ditions "conditions improve" at the school.
Quit in Protest
White boys hurled stones and
eggs at Negroes Monday and
Tuesday, prompting a "spontane "spontaneous"
ous" "spontaneous" protest of mistreatment at
the integrated school. The children
went home Tuesday and refused
to come back.
The school board declined to ex express
press express support of any disciplinary
measures that might be taken by
Principal D. J. Brittain to main
tain order at the school.
But one board member indicat indicated
ed indicated he preferred that the colored
children stick it out.
"Frankly, I hope they (the Ne Negro
gro Negro students) stand pat," a school
official who asked to remain un
identified told United Press.
"We need local support," he
shed here and in Holguin and
Boniato. The government said the
attacks were repulsed and that it
was in full control of the situation.
July 26" revolutionary movement
which is headed by Fidel Castro,
a young lawyer and student who
has vowed that he ind his follow followers
ers followers will be either "heroes or
country is safe Abraham tincolr
to assume responsibility for the
refugees. It is reported that
more than 83,000 refugees have
already crossed over the Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian border and dally additional
numbers pour into Austria.
"The needs continue to mount
in Hungary as well as among the
refugees who have escaped. The
STILL SKIP CLASSES
said. "We have the feeling that a
majority of the people want to
obey what is law, but this needs
to be brought out."
The board's proposal was
brought up in a resolution passed
before five members, and Supt.
Frank E. Irwin,
Member Ralph Shinlever said
he doubted that the racial integra
tion of Clinton High, ordered by
a U.S. district court last August,
would work. "However, if they
leave now, we may be faced with
another similar situation at a lat later
er later date," he said.
Member J. M. Burkhart felt
much the same way. "If they
leave now," he said, "they will
certainly be back later and we
will have this same problem all
Wants it Unanimous
Gail Epps. 16, a junior, said "I
don't think I will transfer." But
she Said if the others should de decide
cide decide to transfer to Austin High
School in Knoxville, "I would be
"No youth organization or any
other organization has any busi
ness coming in and trying to run
Clinton High School," Burkhart
said. He referred to reports that
many of the students accused of
the attacks against the Negroes
were members of a segregationist
"Tennessee Whit Youth Orgamza
tlon," an auxiliary of the White
Once a Negro leaves, said Burk
hart, the youth group will see
we are weakening and won't let
any colored student attend Clinton
martyrs" this year in the struggle
Believed In Cuba
Reports from Mexico
where Castro bad been in
said he had disappeared and was
believed to be In Cuba.
The rebels' main commando-
style attacks took place here, in
Cuba's second largest city.
Clad m olive drab uniforms and
carrying armbands with the in inscription
scription inscription "July 26." thev struck
by surprise at the National Police
and Maritime Police Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters a nd the Customs building
here, the arsenal at Holguin and
the city jail at Boniato.
The National Police Headquart
ers, a wooden building, was set
afire from the exchange of auto automatic
matic automatic fire and burned to the
Most of the casualties were gov government
ernment government personnel. But one was
reported to be a revolutionist.
The attacks in Santiago were
preceded by an assault on the
small army, arsenal in the city of
Holguin, about 125 miles from
Santiago. There the attackers
overpowered and wounded the
lone sentry snd escaped with
arms and munitions.
At Boniato, in the outskirts of
Santiago, more than 200 prisoners
escaped from jail after the rebels
stormed the building and handed
arms to the' prisoners. Some of
these were said to have joined the
rebels while others fled to the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding hills.
Reports of a rebel attack on the
small army garrison in Pinar del
Rio province, in the opposite end
of the island, were denied offici officially
ally officially and there was no confirma confirmation
tion confirmation from other sources.
Dig These Squares
PORT HURON, Mich.. Dec. 1
(UP) The student council at
Port Huron high school has
launched a drive against Elvis
Presley haircuts, tight blue
jeans, boots and leather jackets.
"Dressing crazy," council mem members
bers members saw. "J kid stuif
Red Cross must have additional
funds to help meet the increas increasing
ing increasing need for food, medical sup supplies,
plies, supplies, clothing, and other essen
"Chapters are requested to
launch immediately a campaign
for five million dollars. I urge
all chapters to take all possible
steps in putting this appeal be
fore the people of their commu communities.
nities. communities. "Americans everywhere will
want to play their part through
ine Ken cross m assisting Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian refugees. Everv sten will
be taken at the national level to
inform the people of the needs
and what the Red Cross Is do doing.
ing. doing. I sincerely hope that all will
participate to the fullest ex
Overtaking a vehicle on the
left and Interfering with an on oncoming
coming oncoming car resulted in a fine of
$10 for Placldo Alberto Garcia.
Teresa Chial de Cedefio. 24.
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
commissary trespass. Corina
Cordero, 18, Panamanian, paid
the same fine.
Donald Renault Forsvth. 57.
American, jras found guilty of
reckiless drlvinsr but imnosition
of sentence was suspended.
mo vana driver's license for op operating
erating operating a taxi resulted In a $10
fine far Clarence A. Grant. 34.
Fines of $5 each for commis
sary trespass were meted out to
two Ecuaaoreans, Albert Vivar
and Ramon Camposano.
The guy who Is satisfied with
himself is seldom satisfactory to
AN ARTISTIC EVENT?
STORY OF A MAN
JAMES DONALD PAMELA BROWN