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dilRISTMAS' tIGHTl,l shine in
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Mr. suia MisTheacioj fechmidt fi 'Balba, rf
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,' ,CrtsV helmets have heen oderr
'" ea By itnf anai ione iium:e iui
all traffic officers it was leatned
' JEach op who rides a motorcycle
has been fitted fof headsize And
the police will also have -a lew
The type helmet, approved by
fetal police,; officials costs ,'$40
ach. It will be part of the rag
'liUr police "aquipmant furnished
av tha Zona to its force. ', f 1
decision to adopt crash helmets
for the traffic cops was reached
after some months of study", plus
ap; intensive test of two models by
f local officers. 7
.JVhether to adopt crash helmets,
' and which ones to select has been
lunder study by Canal Zone law,
lenfdrceroent. otticers tor at ieasi a
- Me van Ih 4ha States. It-was learn
ed crash hahnats are stilt in the
test stage, axcapt in a few cities
whtra thay have become ragula-'
Mnt cities both laree'T and!
feraall have mot yet, adopted the
I One California police thief Jcon Jcon-suited
suited Jcon-suited iy Zonians said several
v types of helmets had been found
' f'liot too effective." He recommend
-ed the one finally chosen for the
S Zone. '
rigorous States tests. To see how
much protection it. actually gives,
Hit was strapped on the heads of
(cadavers, and then bodies then
dropped on their heads to simulate
the impact of a bad traffic crash.
-Test skulls fitted with this. helm helm-t
t helm-t were not fractured. - :.
s Local matorcyda cops w h
i I have been trying out the pair of
ON THE BEACH
While rha USS SCOKPIOH woi being maiaj for her cruise to
the U S, shipper Dwtghr Tevert fhoppti far areseiits for his
family ia West Mftti Cn. He brovaht a ni one" reel for
10-year-old Dwight Jr.
Teddv Schmidt as
j irni: waAoiic
f a" Photn ?eafl
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hairnets sent hare have felt slig
' Iv lf-Consious. Tha white toi
padstael "bubbles" have a spacer
man look.' Seeing himself in the
mirror, the ;yearar feels; ''reed
s for a trip to. the moon." f
Below the bubble. 'the topper ha
a1 shiny black steel border, and
black patent leather visor, adorn
ed with a bright -metal aecorauy
There are a pair of perforate
black-leather earcoyers, withsmali
cheek pads, plus a black business;
chinstrap sturdy --enough to noia
the helmet tightly in place. 1 4
Inside, the bubble is lined with
an insulated fiber material split
across the top: to absorb impact.
Besides a leather sweatband at
tached to a plastic band, there are
adjustable crossed straps of cotton
so that the wearer can prevent the
lining from resting directly on his
Some wearers : have remarked
that the crash helmet Is a lineal
descendant of the hard-frame black
derbies by mounted hunters and
steeplechase riders.c ii-
Police insist they have only
two crash helmets on tha Zone,
But third black and white -helmet
was being worn today by
a man lean raking grass outside
the Balboa station,' and later
sanding the. woodwork .inside.
'Asked what was so dangerous a-
bout this work that he required a
tin hat, 'the man said it was an old
Army helmet, he had repainted according-
to his own ideas. He just
likes to wear it, indoors or out.
His present address cell block,
Balboa 'Jail. ; K
As the grinning prisoner explain explained
ed explained his headgear, a cop remarked:
, "It might be useful at that In
the mango season.'".
the ees of
. .'.- ''iH' IKDEPENDEMT::'HE. DAIIY NiWSPAKR
"Let the people
v . ., t A'A e to airute over-an unannouncea
' "" 1 f, 1 1 1 '1 1 i! .. . $2 increase in obligatory property
A source elos to president Ernest de la Guardla today refrdea ,the-idea of Panamt damaBe insUrance premiums for
nefotiatinf a 50-59 split of the Panama Canal'a revenue with the US a 1'notvery reallstie," 19M
The source waj refetrinr to i Students Congress resolution f frskini the Preddent andj
tk foreign minister to negotiate ah equal rtjflsioa between Panama and the United States 1 The premius which were $7 each
of the income derived from thr"fticra!rar-: ofitb -Pnmi'-;.CnU' WMlm when the law first went into ef-
!afhe resolution was drafted And approve immediately, aftei1 i'losldg address delivered tect 1944 ateP were increased
by deputy Foreign Minister Erndsto Castilleror who had declared It would not be surprising ifitog2S and then to sio which has
trend to have the U.Si split the.Canal's Income wth Panama gained enoug strength ito-j '"n effect for the' last few
force he government lorattempt Jta negotiaW such division. ? V years Applicants for 1958 policies
, xws morning, uastuiero;
AOUliino 1 uoya ana onier ckdiuci nunisicr, cidmukii imi ii
ome about it should be based
In Fiscal tear 1957 this would have meant Panama receiving $25,387,249 half of the
Canal's $59,774,498 gross 'revenues from shipping operations instead of the $1,930,000 annuity
which the VS currently pays for the use of the Canal Zone:
The Presidenci'a .'spokesman
a&la he considered trie proposal
unrealistic because since the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone government Is the one
which 'establishes the cost of op operation
eration operation and- Congress is the one
which sets the toll fates, pana
ma would'be faced 'with a situa situation
tion situation -whereby the operation -of
the Canal ''would produce noth
ing-" v ' r
The cpoketman pointed euf
that Panama it no saaking bat
tar salaries for Panamanian em
Gatun; Madden Lakes".
Set .Fpr Dry- Season
..wtth the drv-jasort chanee
I nr' "ifrys, ay-whapfcrJtJei
canal nas doui it. ousiaess iase s
"caught -fuir against jthe.artf.
. For some iveeksk tne water
problem has; been ?ausinn lew
furrows oh executive foreheads;.1
- The Madden reservoir haa been
full to everflowinff with 'a pow powerful
erful powerful fall pouring over the drum drum-gates.atun
gates.atun drum-gates.atun Lake, too was with within
in within Inhes of Jts rated 'ft ull" mark
of 8T feet above sea level.
." yesterday Gatun took a big
When water reached 87.16, or orders
ders orders wete'sjiven to open three of
the 14 floodgates at Gatun Dam.
Sitting pretty now, Carfal of officials
ficials officials expect both- lakes to keep
spilling until the dry season real really
ly really arrives and." the runoffs into
the Jakes shrink, to a technical
trickle. ; ;
Xmas Toys Needed
Fpr Ocu Children f
Small toys are needed to make
a, Christmas Party for 150 chil
i -t a r i : i : J r in....
uren vi ia jaiiuiics iu uvu. iucbo
families have, been settled by the
Institute of Economic .Develop .Development)
ment) .Development) (IFE). and they are build
ing! their own homes, and paying
IS aim itmi hv nrnsFfarinff ffti fria Tn
stitute two days a week.
Sociologist Sara L. Geneteau of
lF is trying to collect enough
tovs to fiivt the children a Christ
mas surprise, -since their parents
have no money for gifts. Those
who w'h rr ay send packages to
Oeu Children' c-o Knights of
Columbus Club,. Balboa.
READ THE ADS
- -vi .-: ft - iMesaw
f -u I V. i I Me ko4 set Ims
wife Shoroa, h bouekt e cosrly eaefM Bracelet, J
otter hears last ii a fytilc saarch far a aoge stick, for MeseB,
his S'-retl equghter. '
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. ?., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1957
wnoneitverea.n soaress m
on 50 per cent of the Canal's
ployas in tha Canal Zone "and It
would aseane no one that an in
crease in salaries is an additional
expenditure which1 would neces-1
st'dly affect tha profits which
are derived from Canai traffic."
At the same time, rumors that
Castillero had submitted i his re
signation this morning as a re result'
sult' result' of Washington1 reaction to
his statements, were denied at
noon today by the Foreign Min Minister.
ister. Minister. r4 '
The rumor had said that' Cas-
tillero's resignation had been re
Press dispatches from 'Wash
ington syesterday reported some
surprise among State Depart Department
ment Department 'officials at the statement
made by the deputy foreign'mm-
Trial Of GI;:Vife
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For Child Murder
To Be Held Dec. 27
The 'trial of VS. Armv PVt
Harold V. .Rose for -the alleged
murder of a 20-month-oia Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian bov has been set for
Dec. 27 in the same court where
Ruben O. Miro and six otners
were acauitted on Dec. 6.
Rose, a native of Orland, Me.,
who ia stationed at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, ia charced with having beat
en his stepson, Eduardo Castillo,
tn death on Nov. 22. 19560.
The boy's Panamanian mother,
Blanca Rosa caspno, wno nas
since' married Rose m a civn cer cer-amonv
amonv cer-amonv nerformed at the Carcel
Modeio. is also to stand trial the
same .-day as an accessory.
Mrs. Rose, throuen aeiense ai
1. T r mmnilAl VAflllAflt.
ed and was granted oau yester
day. Ball was fixed ai uu Dy
Justice Pedro Fernandez Parrilla,
who will nreside over the trial of
the two defendants. No bail has
been uranted for Rose.
The bov died from a iracturea
skull and contusions about the
head and face which were ai
leeedlv Inflicted bv Rose.
Mrs. Rose is the mother of an
other child which she -had by
Rose prior to the death oi Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. J)ist. Atty. Francisco Alvarado
Jr., will be the prosecutor of Rose
and his wife.
Everyone But Cops
Breaks CZ Records
You can sing for your records records-Balboa
Balboa records-Balboa Police said today in a gen
eral message to the unlucky Christ Christmas
mas Christmas shopper who shed a nice selec
tion of Yuletide platters yesterday.
In a crumpled paper sack, tne
records 'were found in front of
House 2-248. Among them was a
personal Christmas greeting, but
the cops haven't tried to run it off.
If yon can't sing, iney say, oui
can list what records are in the
package,' you-can still carry off
the Best-Selling Noyel by Nevil Shute
heart aa a aooe stick
rha childhoea' relict at Moira DaroHaa, a iH tyiaeatheticolly
aaaia at hrwo!)fry te reatoa that his feauiy antst certainly
hM i4 m WM War 111. 1
B.il u. ay MT aa. f fast ty Vl "Ww I CC m
country is safe'
'. n. ..' Fl O :.
jne; vrf" r'V,f ,KA.7!r
win iitiuwvi wmu
gross income and no; the net ;
However, the dispatches said
I U.S. Officials had refused to
make any comment.
At 'Pafaiso ,'Meet
Several Improvements to ouar ouar-ters
ters ouar-ters in the Latin American com communities
munities communities pt. the Canal Zone were
discussed by Gov. W) E. Potter
last night at tk Paraiso town..
"The proposed beaerments are
the result of a, "Jiveability sur survey"
vey" survey" and represent merely an in initial
itial initial step. They would result In
weekly! rent increase of Irorri, 10
onryabotit o -perstmj attthfl;
ed the meeting.
' Tha, proposed lmprovemertts.
were outlined oy the governor as
follows? v ' r
1 Installation of four double
laundry trays in seven Santa
Cruz houses $9400. -,
2 Basement paving in parai
3 Water heaters in Paraiso
(34 apartments at '1520 each)
4 installation of "Jalousies in
Rainbow Citv $11.120..
The (rental increases that
would result from the proposed
improvements are as iollows:
Laundrv trays none. ...
Basement paving 10 cents per
Water heaters 45 cente,
Jalousies from 25 cents to $2,
deDendinK on amount of jalou
sies needed in each house.
Potter emphasized that better
ments will not be launched un
til the councils have sounded
their members and approved the
The governor also said under
Questioning that the Canal1 now
intends to maintain Pedro Mi
guel as a community.
He assured the meeting that
there had been no rise in the
price of electricity and said he
would order a spot check of me
The" governor also reported on
decisions about color schemes for
naintlng the inside of Quarters.
Other topics touched on ranged
from construction of sidewalks
and traffic matters to market
stalls at Santa Cruz, and a new
cord for the flag at Paraiso.
VEJLE. Denmark. Dec. 18 UP)
The local fire department came
to the rescue of .Danish beer-
lnvarx todav. : ...
A brewery called on firemen lor
help when it Was feared that 1,400
cases of speciauy-Drewea cnnsi cnnsi-mas
mas cnnsi-mas beer would freeze in bottles
stored in an unhealed building.
The firemen brought, in portable
Jt a r
siaca seeiaa aae ameaa
n t t a
mi. i iin i ii ' 1 ,'
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It I I T
. IM PULSE
TAXI DRIVERS have" threaten
ed to trike over- an unannounced
discovered this: month that the new
i ... ,.,m nt tio
The taxi drivers contended that
the present economic "situation is
"alarming" in all walks of life and
especially in case ui piuui; uans
In a front-page editorial this
morning a tabloid daily branded
the increase in rates as a legal
' Tha rebellious National Libera Liberation
tion Liberation Movement and former Pres Pres-idential
idential Pres-idential candidate Victor FCoy
tia (oined forces last night to
denounce a. proposed altctoral
coder which has been presented
to the National. Assembly by the
De la Guardia administration.
A spokesman for one of the two
groups said several topics .were
discussed at a meeting held last
night, but the main item was the
electoral code, which they said was
aimed at, limiting1 the n?ht to be
the Panamanian "industrialist of
the year" selected in a poll spom
sored by Kent cigarettes, which are
manufactured locally by Brandon
Eisenmann's Panama Tobacco Co.,
turned out to be Carlos Eleta,
manufacturer of -Marlboro ciga cigarette,
rette, cigarette, and Eisenman's rival in the
The poll conducted by columnist
GRV of the tabloid La Hora also
voted National Guard Chief Boli Bolivar
var Bolivar Vallarino as "man of the
year," with Ruben O, Miro as runner-up-
Coffee Queen Analida Alfa-
ro as "woman of the year," with
Mrs, Cecilia Remon, second; Jus Justice
tice Justice Vit.elio de Gracia, "public of official
ficial official of the year"! attorney Feli Felipe
pe Felipe J. Escobar "lawyer of the
year city editor Ricardo Lmce
"newsman of the year"; and Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Washington envoy Ricardo
Arias as "diplomat of the year,"
SHE JUST ALMOST DID NT GET THROUGH- said ohe oldtlme canaler of the new ore car carrier
rier carrier Cosmic biggest ship of Its type ever to squeeze between the lockwalls. With Oov. W a
Potter and Marine Director Capt. W a Rodiman aboard for the stretch throush tne Cut. -and
tugs to aid and abet, it took the 'Cosmic more than 12 hours to come southlxrond
ballast en.rouU to Chile. The ship has a rated deadweight tonnage of 48,53 tons. Sh ;
744 ft. 10 in. long. Her 100 ft. 4 in. beam left Just ft 8 in. leeway against the J10 O.
width of the? locks. Panama Agenciej expect the Cosmic back shortly with or9f. Wott--Capt.
c. E. Townsend and Capt. C. Hidrickson brought the Cosmic through wlthaui Inciaentj V
Capt. A. L. Logan and Arthur Wilder assisted, r v ..
First US IGBM
Success To Be
CAPE CANAVERAL, Flo., Dec. 18 (UP) Anotller
intercontinental Atlas missile
: . i t i
mg as soon as mecnanicai Drams rinisn rneir compurarigns
on yesterday's first successful American ICBM launching.
Some sources said the Air Force missile, now stand standing
ing standing in its launching tower, would be fired before the week
is out. Others said at least a week will be required to. .05 .05-semble
semble .05-semble all' the data from yesterday's shoot and makethe
necessary adjustments for the second firing. '
,. Meanwhile; the presence here of Maj. Gen. Jchw A.
Medaris, commander of the Army ballistic missile agency
at Huntsville, AJa and Dr. Wernher Von Broun, technical
director, brought increased reports that a Jupifer inter--
mediate, i range missile might
A Jupiter possibly even a Jupi-
ter C which the Army may even-
taally use in an attempt to put up
a satellites-has been ready in its
service tower for nearly two weeks.
Rnth missiles were developed at
the Huntsville arsenal
, Von Braun and Medaris both will
be present tonight at a gathering
of RCA supervisors of various mis missile
sile missile test projects here, Oov' Leroy
Collins ,will address tne group
trvKks nauieartwo more missnes
believed to be Bedstones into the
test center." The ,Redstone ris the
fundamental. missile .component of
both the Jupited and Jupiter C.
The big talk .was about
the Atlas which yesterday com completed
pleted completed a "limited range test of
several i hundred, miles." Two
previous attempts to fire this U.
S. entry In the lonjj-ranga missile
race had ended in destruction of
the Atlases a few. thousand feet
above tha launching stand
Meanwhile in. Washington, tesu
mony 'before 'a Senate -hearing on i
the U.S. missile-satellite lag indi-
cate'd today that the Atlas fired
successfully yesterday was sent up,
without its nose cone.
Mai. Gen. Bernard A. Schnever,
Air Force ballistic missile chief,
told the Senate. Preparedness sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee a complete' Atlas was
not used in yesterday's test firing
or in either of the two earlier un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful tries.- ..
His statement further indicated
that the major problem connect connected
ed connected with the cone ia to prevent it
from burning up when it, reen reenters
ters reenters tha earth's atmosphere.
a m m
ill i 1
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was readied today for fir-
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be fired some time today.
"Except for a full-scale, all-the-
way test which is proof of the
pudding we are fully confident
that we have the nose cone prob problem
lem problem in hand,"v. Schriever testified.
The general Xaid component parts
are .added progressively in the
testa leading up to a firing of the
complete Weapon minus warhead.
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.The nose-cone broblem Was
pected to be solved without dif-
hhilM uM uiiiwa iJunitr.C-Allu'
,silas, baliavad capable of launch launching
ing launching i satellite, apd retrieved the
"nose-cone intact- 'Vj,
One of the recovered cone's was
displayed; Prominently ; by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower 'in his recent
"Chins'UP" televised speech in
which he announced the successful
launching of the Jupiter. J
Senate democratic leader Lyndon
B. Johnson called, upon Americans
today to unite and work as they
did after Pearl Harbor to put the
U.S. ahead of Russia in the missile
We have to spend our "days and
nights trying to get ahead," the
Texas Democrat said.
The Air Force said yesterday
that it expected to equip some u u-nits
nits u-nits with intermediate ballistic
missiles by next December and to
add inter-continental rockets to its
arsenal within two years.
Air Force Secretary James H.
Douglas gave the time table to the
Senate subcommittee shortly be before
fore before the Air Force's Atlas inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental missile was. flownMnr
"several hundred miles" front
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T H E 'M Al L BOX
CHO GETS US EXCESS CHEESE AND MILK IN PANAMA?.
Isn't it auout time lai ....d Panama Attorney uenerai,
United Spates Embassy, and (c) the CARE organization t if
Hi-eel Inn L- In., r-PPIl rrent rumors that cheese and Lowder-
Td milk distriouted by CARE throught Panama welfare nencles
are reaching people who lust put it on the market at a few
cents under tre going rate in Panama for these products This
is not new It's been going on for years.
In the distribution of CARE packages for which the CARS
has collected Drtvate donations, this entity has the right to
make distribution as it sees fit. Buf as I get it, all the cheese
and powdered milk is US government surplus,, bought in price
Riinnni't nnPi'itinnx '.
Rather than dump this stuff on the market, and thus brinj;
prices down, the US government has decided, to give iMiway
to the Door and undernourished of friendlv countries. CARE,
in this effort, is he distribution agency only, not the contrh
butor. And the distribution is also made through,, o& in .close
liaison, with the Panama government.
Now why is it that families in which the man is o long
time Canal employe (far from the minimum), and has another
income from outside work, are able to consume CARE goods i-e-ularly
This employe's wife works, also. Certainly they are not
wealthy; but far from indigent. Millions of workers in the US.
dorfjfc do as wftll , ...
A few weeks ago I saw a story in the papers in which
CfflRE seemed to be asking for more "customers." rt urged
thai not now receiving CARE products to look into their status
uiui if thuv arnulH nnt he able to Qualify.
L I'm all for the United States giving this cheese an-1 milk
toanamanian? who really need it the genuinely unemplov unemplov-ed,;
ed,; unemplov-ed,; the elderu unemployable, even the familv which has care care-lessjv
lessjv care-lessjv bred more children than it can support.
But It seems that CARE and the Panama Government- has
a moral obligation to see to It that it stops there unless the
government could open subsistence stores and sell to a l at a
price that would bring down the gouelne that now goes or. the
sale of cheese and milk in regular stores. That would help a
lot more people than the present method of letting people
profit by selling US-donated milk and cheese under the count-
er' Open ft Vp
WASHINGTON (NEA) Among
the many other .key decisions
which the Eisenhower adminis administration
tration administration must make in. the very
near luiure. is wnai ivu uu auuui
building an atomic-powered air
it Is admitted that is the Rus
sians should put an atom plane
in the air before the 'United
States, t would be worse scienti-
lic tieieai man launcmng me
But there are several arguments
advanced lor not going, ahead on
this as a souped-up crash pro
gram, first one is that produc production
tion production of an atomic airplane will
be frightfully expensive
Aside from that, there is the
argument that an atomic-powered
airplane doesn't have the advan
tages over conventional aricra.t
that an atomic-Dowered submar
ine has over a conventional die,-
sel-powered submarine. "s
The atomic airplane could, of
course, go long distances wihtout
refueling. But an atomic bomber
may have been made obsolete by
development of ballistic missiles
with far greater speed.
-WhatHappenecl :to ; Those ,0 Id 'S
LET'S THINK ABOUT THIS GROUP
-" At this time of year, when our Innate love' for our fellow fellow-men
men fellow-men shows Its expression in manv ways, such as bringing
Christmas cheer to those less fortunate than ourselves, my
thoughts turn to a group of nedple who, though no f&"'t of
their trnn are "facing a desolate and hopeless old age. These
are the West Indians, who are not, Panamanian citizens, and
who have trouble in getting anv relief.- ', .'
,The retired employes have their pension, small as it is, but
there are many widows and even children of ideceasi em employes,
ployes, employes, who are not Panamanian citizens.
Tha reiuftiiTw with mMrh the neoDle of the Canal Zone
dug down to meet the exhorbitant demands of the Unite-1 Fund,
did not, to.vnv wav or immune suggest mat, iney me ai,-.iv,v
J or unfeeling. Rather, through their maids and local rate emr,
nloves. thev sue so much real need. hat the calls of th? atren-
1 cies resented (except for a few) did not seem to he urcent.
i If some trinkinar groun were to set1 uo an advisory com-
! mlttee, to helri these people plan for their future, the'r out out-immm
immm out-immm looi? ould not bp so desperate, ann I am sure that som? small
industry could be set up at which they could work to pay .peir
ATOMIC AIRCRAFT WOULD be
all right lor long rage transport
of troops and cargo:' But unless
they could deve op supersonic
speeds, they would be sitting-duck
targets ior today's anti aircraft
This brings up the argument
that all research on atomic-powered
aircraft ought to be drop dropped.
ped. dropped. Attention should be focussed
instead on development of atom
t uei experts insist further
that nuclear-heated fuels offerj.no
advantage over chemical fuels for
The scientific block here is
that nuclear iuels burn without
leaving any ash or exhaust gas
es. It is fhe exhaust byproducts
of chemical fuels which- make in internal
ternal internal combustion, turbine and jet
uirusi engines go
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Hangover Andi Icecream
The Washington Merry Go Round
By OREW PEARSON
All that the atomic fuels emit
WASHINGTON An important
allied ambassador dropped in to
3e John foster Dulles shortly
A Latin Amarican Ambau.idori
"Watch what happens in Guatema
la in the wake of the itussian
"He doesn't want Russian
IRBM's or iCBM's dropping over
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" '- 1IICT H1C QU na,A Im n. I.V. Un i.illtml. Vai. lnnAM n.tl. I. . L.
r. t J tiLnt v ,moisture, that they is- communists. But on uie neels "That means about a billion
I S i k7rf 1 I 'jour failure and Russian success, daliars worth of American bases
-L-rilnal ob?tac'e on atO"1,"1 The ambassador represented one tie Communists wu. be oacf juilt in Spain may be lost-unless
X-",a: .. CIS v"al so- FuSn u ?US Desl enas ,n lne. west, SOon again. Remember, Guatema- you can prove to Uie world that
v. .e .rv. ltuucu iu .iu lie vyanicu tu ace yvuat uiaii- ii ic vprv npjtr mp funumu 1 a
protect the crews from radiation, tie Secretary of State had f o r nai V y mi Ca
This shielding made the weight keeping together the NATO alli- l "Vou don't realize what this
factor an obstacle. -r f t.ice to protect the free world. failure does to your friends, the
D, it. .....j .Jrtesident oi Manama, a iriend oi
vjx 11 1 iiru i.r. t 1 1 1 iic iuuiiu iuiica vcu in uiu
CO. recently released sketches; of a one. On his desk were sheets
an v atomic engine so lieht that it end sheets of yellow legal paper.
could be suspended from the C- was the kind the Secretary of
plane's wing like a conventional fctate, had used to write brie. ss as
n''t a suggestion for a bigfrer, and better tund for
Tt is a suggestion that we. who have been more
fortunate i'e the education we have been lucky cnougn
. mi. l 1
j- 1. ins is
in H t'
W I read with .rest interest the letters of "LetV Do -Rome-
thing About Tt" (Mail Box. Dec. 10) and "Fair Play" (Mail Box,
'Dec. 16). ;
"' v Both these writers missed an import? nt, point .n this mat mat-vtct,
vtct, mat-vtct, and that is the section of the Canal Zone Code regarding
Raffles or gift enterprises for charitable purposes."
tvi The CZ Code states: "The Governor' fnav issue a permit
conducting a raffle or gift enterprise whenever it shall ap ap-ipear
ipear ap-ipear to him after proper investigation that ,the gross nrcceeds
fof the enterprise are to be used for charitable purposes"
t Mv auestion is. for what charities fere these hingos operat operat-if
if operat-if Why aren't the names of these charities posted 1n public?
Hnhink'it is about time for an investigation, like the pinball
!,machines. Something mlghtv funny is going on.
V' The Canal Zone Code reference to this matter pan be found
Hinder Ch. 479, Sec. 6 (10) 47, Stat. 62 July 14, 1932.
Iv.., Ringa da Bell
Since the Mail Box was partly responsible for ths Canal
one motorcycle police getting crash helmets, perhaps the Mail
3J6x can help wltn two other measures necessary for the pro pro-on
on pro-on of pedestrians and drivers:
1. Between the Balboa comimssarv men's wear and house house-ebld
ebld house-ebld buildings the pedestrian control lights "Wait" and "Walk"
Jtoofc no much alike to persons who have poor sight that sev sev-fxI
fxI sev-fxI cannot read the difference and don't know whether or not
r 2. At the Balboa post office parking spaces, if srtfe of
those steel studs were placed about two to three feet out be beyond
yond beyond the yellow markers people could more easily sets when
Rhey were wirljln the limits of the yellow markers, whirh are
not In view over the hood of most cars. Parking would then
be to much easier
t- What Else?
power unit. The shieldine was
provided by a ground mainteA-Oce
vtmcie, not a part or the; aw
craft. This would protect Hie
ground crew while it was serv servicing
icing servicing the plane.
There have been persistent 're 'reports
ports 'reports in aviation circles vhat pri
vate companies holding research
contracts- with, the government tin
atomic aircraft were ready to
What has been holding them
up, they claim, is a complicated
system of committees in the De Department
partment Department of Deiense and the At Atomic
omic Atomic Energy. Commission, making
it difficult to get decisions.
AEC spokesmen deny that at atomic
omic atomic propulsion is behind sched schedule.
ule. schedule. But that is practically all
they will say on the subject, and
mey won i reveal the schedule.
Everything is secret.
Evidence that there mieht hp
some organizational trouble was
given gy a recent Department of
Defense-Atomic Energy Commis
sion announcement on manage
ment of the project.
One thing that is fairlv clear
is that the atomic propulsion Dm-
gram has not exactly been
ed for money.
it was started in 1950 with a
couple of million dol'ars. This
was- more than doubled every
year 4or three -years. From insa
through 1955 the program rocked
along on 20 4 million dollars a
year, it was stepped up to 52 mil
lion aouars in i56. 87 million in
1957, more than lhat his year.
The total outlay so far is 250
to 300 million dollars.
a Wall Street lawyer with Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan and Crowmwel, He was 11
vrijtiBgfonthe. sam. iuper-drfi-ing
not briefs but speeches and
sta'.ementh very much alone.
No advisers were with him. No
experts helped warn of the intri
cacies of Eusopean' diplomacy, he
worked alone, his 'face stern, his
nair gray, ms row xurrowea,
scribbling, scribbling on yellow
sheets oi papery
John Foster t)ulles presents a
pathetic picturW today,, sincere un untiring,
tiring, untiring, unrelenting, determined to
live up to the reputation of his
grandfather, John W-. Foster, who
occupied the, same cabinet chair
under President Benjamin Harri Harrison.
son. Harrison. .Yet pathetic because he is
the most unpopular American in
Despite that opprobrium, he
went to Paris to keep the NATO
alliance together after, receiving
its biggest jolt in history real realization
ization realization that the. American weapons
on which it depended for defense
are inferior to Russian weapons.
Yet Dulles is basing his plans
for a successful NATO not on eco economic
nomic economic and political po'icies, where
the United States is strong, but
on weapons, where the United
states is momentarily weak,
yours, may be out oi office next
A West European Ambassador:
"For 10 years-we have oeen tell telling
ing telling our people not to worry, Amer
ica ha-s the strongest wfiapoM-ja
thex wdrld, sfte ha nhev atonic
bomb. What our people dread v is
getting in the middle of another
war, sitting between two giants
who are pounding each other and
us, because wa give bases to you.
zou have to-be in the middle
you have caught up with Russia;
"Jfranco has been more bmnt
than some of the rest of us, but
no European country wants Amer
ican weapons drawing Rssian at
tacks unless those weapons are
That is a cross-section of Eu
ropean diplomatic sentiment as
Jonn Foster Du les, loneiy and
tired, new to Europe with his
scfibblftd notes, oa. jellow,-, fools
p,-) -try no stve the weitern
When new York Times' Arthur
Krock learned Sen. Tom Hennings
Miscnliri nn ancol at a 1,...
of a 'bombing .taid to reaUze our t e delinquency hearing, he got
fear, t You have to wake up in the 4 !, ,:m Ttk.
lLA laniel, to get-Daniel to pro his
x u. uu ,UUi jther-in-Iaw about becoming Sen-
up and 'carry, them down to, the iM from MisMuri. Daniel's iath
REACTIONS TO "KAPUTNIK"
To get diplomatic relations to
the position of the United States
following the Cape Canaveral fias fiasco
co fiasco and on the occasion of the
NATO conference, his writer in interviewed
terviewed interviewed various key ambaSsa-l
dors. Here is what they said:
You have to' see the awful-
glare of the bombs when, they hit
and wonder when the next will
come your way. v
"Only then can you realize
what the American, failure at
Cape Canaveral means and what
John Foster Dulles faces. Yo u
are sending the most disliked
man in America to Europe to
save NATO at a time when we
can no longer assure, our people
that American weapons are su
preme and that they will be in
our corner he ping protect us."
Another Wast European Ambas
sador; "The chief factor which
has kept NATO together is Rus
sia. Now the Russians are playing-
it smart. When your Sputnik
went piftt, the Russians d i d n't
taunt you. that would have
drawn Western Europe together
behind you. But they were smart.
They kept quiet."
A South European Ambassador:
"Franco has served notice that
Spain has to have better protec
tion from the United States or
else American bases will have to
l'-in-law happens to be Harry &
Trman?J;Danlel didn't do any
prodding. .Harry Truman, ind
particularly" Mrs. Truman, are on
the telephone almost every day
to daughter Margaret to see how
their; grandson is progressing;
They don't do any back-seat ba-
Dy-tending, but they do display
plenty of interest. .One reason
Adlai. Stevenson bowed out Of go
ing to Paris for the NATO confer conference
ence conference was the vetoing of a propos proposal
al proposal to bring their Democrats! tntb
the State Department. i ,3
Specifically, Stevenson proposed
that Tom Finleter, iormer Secre
tary of the. Air Force .and aa ad adviser
viser adviser to Eisenhowef in England
during the war, he brought to
Washington. Dulles side stepped
the proposal. . .Stevenson i told
Speaker Sam Rayburn he i e 1 1
Dulles was using him as window
dressing, didn't really want Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats to heln With a hinaraiemt
iivcign policy. J
y ROBERT C. RUARK
Whatever became of candy?
Maybe J'nr. missing the adi, but
I don't seem to run across the
Whitman's Sampler prose, so oft often
en often anv more, and there was "a
time when youj -weren't supposed
to go courting wnnoui a dox.
Where's O. lenry and Baby
Ruth? Whats'- wth Milky Way
and Mars Bars and Martha Wash
ington?. You see some Hersheys
and Peter Pauls and an occasion occasional
al occasional praline around the airports
down South, but candy seems to
have suffered) a- -decline national
ly. 1' l -.
Me. I like, sweets. But there
seems to have been some sort of
organized props gmd against
them :ever since everyoody i went
mad oyer diets. -'-'-U: r
Ana ivm now raaaing
printed puree by' some dec u u-mented
mented u-mented sawbones which' claims
that sweats reduce blood sugar
and lay you open te everytyirw;
f rom poli to- Asian flu. i v
l his. 1 just don t Dene ve. An
my, young lue i was told that a
certain amount of carbohydrat
was necessary.; to- health, and
that sugar provided a fast ener
gy because it gob burned up in
the biood stream faster than
most things. I have4 carried a ctnt
dv bar in my overseas -bag or
hunting icit 1 ever, since IN had :
nickel (for a dime) to by one.
There seems to be some sort of
conspiracy against sugar products
engineered by. the doctors a n d
dentists' and it also seems to
lack as much validity as all the
claims and counter-claims about
cigarette smoking. -The
cigarett. companies, who
are now talcing their lumps and
' are coming out with a new
brendt a minute, oddly end
justly enough are reaping the
They were the first to jump
footiirst on the candy industries.
Remember "Reach for a Lucky
instead of a sweet" which got
enjoined dewn to "When tempted
to overindulge," reach for a Luc
I have a kind of serious objec
tion to all this doctor-interference
in man's natural tastes from a
public relations standpoint. A doc
tor or a flentist is, after all, on only
ly only J. a': kind of' plumber-carpenter
who works on the human frame,
and he is subject to mistakes like
all p us. A lot of doctors take
dope, drink too" much, ind make
bum diagnoses that; kill patients.
A lot of dentists4, A j.).,- bad
breath.:;,-"- 3 rt' fc;;5 -4
. And a lot of everybody.-, in including
cluding including : experts too much
But harking back' to my name
less friend who v writes that that-sweets
sweets that-sweets increase susceptibility to
flu, I can say this: Everybody in
my joint was laid waste by the
Asian business, and some were
felled, so low that a great deal of
artificial nutriment was urgent.
In our countrified1 way v we res
cued the-lot with a more or less
enual combination of protein and
'Speaking only lor myself, I
took down with a spot, of Kenya
xsrshril malaria, last anrinff anrl
peeled off 50 pounds, in 14 days."
I got those pounds back in
month on a diet that embraced
gIucosef-tacdy, preserved fruit
(very fattening f hotcakes witii
honey, cookies .and ice cream.
xnis "was span .irom vnamina.
friend -ham, ami liver extract.
.The finest harigpvef '; cure I
How of is ine of the cola" drinkg
mixed i with Ice creSm. It mar
sound horrible, but it tastes, fine.
The slight caffeine and- carbona-
tion of the; cola tones you. up a
touch,- and .-the; f Icp : creamj" sits
soothingly! n, 'tn sto'mach. Both
commodities contain "sugar,
. I suppose a steady f unrelieved
diet of anything from lettuce
to blubber would have some
detrimental effects -on the body,
but I cannot believe all this print
ed stuff the doctors emit about
special foods being v killers or
sick-makers. If too much fat en encourages
courages encourages heart attacks, tell ma
about the people like Eskimos,
who live on a steady diet of fat.
The worst nourished people I
ever knew are Contra I Africans,
and I never saw one that didn't
have a magnificent sat of
sparkling, uneavlty-ed' teeth
'discounting always the Wakam Wakam-bas,
bas, Wakam-bas, who knock out the front
fangs "for ceremonial purposes.
' I think the candy people' have
been getting a bum deal lately,
and that there is altogether too
much changing in the diet busi
ness, just as in French fashion.
Candy is dandy, as Olden
Nash once said, but liquor is
quicker. I will stand four-square
for both and still continue to
smike cigarettes and season mT
beany, with sowbelly.
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Kathy Bah Hits
All The Notes
NEW YORK (NEA)- Kathy
Barr Jia so many arrows in her
, bow if beginning to look mow
. like i a banjo. She sings any any-,
, any-, thing, from opera to blues. She s
as Beaumui as the law allows,
; Avith exquisite red hair and t i
figure that looks like an hour glass
' kn fast tune. And she dances. -
With' all this going for hef
It's not surprising that RCA 4snt
quite sure what to do- with her.
! She's recording both pop and Red
Seal classical stuff for them -r oift
' irst is a pop album called ''Fol
low Me, on wnicn' sne uwi ma material
terial material which she'd better explain.
' V Kathy Bait- ', Johnny MatUs
"I sing gutsy," she says. "Like
bn 'Bye Bye Blackbird Then,
halfway through I go into this
liiding-up-the-scale bit, ending in
- tt- high Cr then back to the gutsy
voice again. That high C I hit
- Isn't real coloratura It's more
. Df a wail. They had me in the
next room to record it."
, Then he'H de a Red Seal ope operetta,
retta, operetta, teamed with Met tenor Gior-
. in Tn7ii! They've already cut
most of this.
L V'Tozii told, me," Kathy. says,
''that I'd be a cinch to make the
ket if I studied a little., But, why
. lake a year to study now when
- I'm 24 and I can make some
r money in movies ana, inmgs t i
ean always do .opera when, I'm
10: or 35."
. Kathy's a New, York gal whose
real name is Marilyn Aboulafia.
Bhe's from the same kind of cra-
ty, mixed-up ancestry Turkish-
1 J -1
Spanish a Eydie Gorme. It
seems to breed good voices.- She
took the name- Kathy Barr because
that was her grandmother's name.
"I was born 'with a voice," she
says. "It's God's gift no teach teacher
er teacher can giye you a voice. As
kid, I was ashamed of it. All the
other kids would be singing pop
songs ana mere i was, sniming
in with my coloratura soprano.
So I never sang, never went out
for high school music or plays of
Them days, fortunately, are gone
forever, Kathy's shame has chang changed
ed changed into red hot, driving ambition.
What a difference a year makes.
Johnny Mathis, reminiscing in tne
comfort of his present high state,
looked back and realized that his
weekly take had changed conside considerably
rably considerably since this time last year.
- Twelve months ago? he was mak making
ing making a few hundred dollars a week
doing club dates. (That may sound
like a lot, but after the agents,
managers and such get through
with it. it's pretty puny.) Today.
he gets a fat four figure fee for
one night's vocalizing. And tan es estimated
timated estimated income for '57 is around
$250,000. J v
He's also found a new source of
fame and fortune. His recording
of the title song of Para mount's
movie, "Wild Is the Wind," Is a
smash, so other movie companies
are after him to sing their title
songs. Next, he'll do the title tune
of 20th Century- Fox "The Long
Hot Summer," and Warner Bro-,
thers is next in line. If looks like
a long, profitable winter.
To Seek Election
LONDON, Dec. 18 UP) Chris
Chataway, famed for running a
four-minute mile, announced today
he planned to run for election to
Parliament as Conservative.
To Sign Pact
COLOMBO. Celvlon. Dep. id
UP) Russia and Ceylon will sign
a trade and economic assitnr
agreement agreement here next
month, it was disclosed today.
STATE MISHAPS HURTS 10
CHURCHLAND. Va. ruPVTn
of 35 girls rehearsine a dIsv nn the
stage of a Churchland nich
auditorium yesterday rt-riv
minor injuries when a defective
bank of stage lights collapsed.
Help To Publish
LONDON, Dec. 18 (UP) Queen
Elizabeth II helped publish today's
edition of the Times of London.
The Queen and Prince Philip
were dinner guests last night of
the Times' publisher and afterward
the young monarch pushed the
button that started the presses, the
newspaper proudly reported today.
LUGO, Spain, Dec. 18 (UP) A
cow fell down a well here today
and killed a 30-year-old laborer.
Victor Alvarez was digging at
the bottom of the 15-foot well pit
when the cow! tumbled in. The
animal landed on Alvarez, serious seriously
ly seriously injuring him, and then killed the
laborer with stabs of its horns.
BRIG. GEN. MILTON OGDEN awards medals to two Balboa High Bc&ool ROTC students for
being chosen the outstanding cadets for November and December. The ceremony Wok place
during a review in Ogden's honor Wednesday at Balboa (Stadium. Shown above from lef; to
right are Ogden, cadet Pic. Russell Wead, and Cadet Pfo. Donald Keller.
(U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Vera Ricney)
Glory Records, the small com
pany that did most to popularize
another one they think will move.
It's "Winter In Wisconsin," and
they ve come out with a two-sided
version of this one vocal, one
instrumental. Both are cute and
might catch on.
Aiready.Hiays Glory it's "al
most become the official state song
of Wisconsin." if this happens, it
will be strange the tune was
written by two guys from Broklyn.
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bia). (Columbia). Others: "Lilac Chiffon"
(Julie Wilson, Vik); 'Photographs'
(The Chordettes, Cadence); "The
Last Song and Dance" (Kay Starr,
RCA); "Wild Is the Wind" (John (John-nv
nv (John-nv Mathis. Columbia): "The Loc
ket" (Faron Young, Capitol);
"Put a Light In the Window" (The
Four Lads. Columbia): "Gypsy.
Tell My Fortune" (Ken Carson,
Davis); "Cry Like -1 cnea" (me
Harotones. Gee): "My Snow
Man" (Ronnie Malone, Flagship).
It's time for Christmas albums,
and, as usual, they're out in
abundance. Here are some of the
better ones: "Christmas With
Gisele" on Vik has Miss MacKen MacKen-zie
zie MacKen-zie doing songs in English and
French; "Christmas Dreaming"
on Columbia has Frank Sinatra
with everything from "Jingle
Bells' to "Silent Night;" "There'll
Always Be a Christmas" on RCA
has the Ames Brthers in their
version of the old stand-bys; for
a rock-and-roll Chritsmas, try
RCA's "Elvis Christmas Album,'
all tricked out with pretty' pictures
of Presley; "Christmastime With
Gene Autry" on Challenge has Au Au-try
try Au-try doing "Rudolph," of course,
plus others; a unique album is
golden Masterpiece's "A Christ-'
mas Story," with Bing Crosjyr
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(UP) Doctors worked today to
save the rieht thumb and .fore
finger of a 10-year-old boy.) who
detonated" a hi a it in cap In free
period "experimeng" lathis fifth
grade class. ZJ J f
Vincent Vaughan suffered third!
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suffered facial burns. ,,t .;; j
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detonation cap near his. home.;
Nineteen others were found in that
Mrs. Ella Sample, the bel bel-no.'
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"Vincent says he doesn't want
a chemistry set for Christmas any
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Ndn-Comissioned Officers Academy
At Kobbe To Be First In
' The Hon Commissioned Of- MChods of instruction, concern concern-ficer$
ficer$ concern-ficer$ Academy of the First Bat- ed with the use of training ais
tie Group, zum uuaniry, wiu open
officlair Jan. 13, wm.
Located at Fort Kohbe, it will
be the Jirst of its kind in USAR
Taking a forward look, the aca
demy shows a positive promise of
further Educating fltu s 01 uie
First Battle Group in such a way
as to broaden the professiona
knowledge of the non commission
,ed officer, and instill in him self-
connaegpe inu a scum; ui icojjuh
smutty "required to make mm
more dHoable leader of men.
i School cor.imandant Lt. Col
LolovdSA. Brown summed up the
academy concept by pointing out
Sat in all professions, such as
W 1U medicine for exairmle.
Members must refresh themselves
Jrom tare to time in tne new teen
t Tori ahunrirori and four hours
Iboth fhloretical and practical, with
a weeas training at tne junpis
WarfarB Training Center, are on
the schedule for the school's stu
t The sour week course of ins
miction is incorporated into tac
Ileal affld leadership deparments.
f Tactical work, under the direc
tlon cfJCapt. William Fitts, as
sisted ftv Capt. Manuel iBrasu, is
lub wvideri into smaller units
ts faefls with practical trainee,
'acticauoperations of troops under
the new Fentomic Army concept
with aff 11-man squad and wea
,pons instruction, familiarization
( In aoUition to classroom stuay
the NCO's will participate in night
Siring while at JWTC in tne unm
"week df classes. They also will
have aa opportunity to earn t"e
Jungle flExpert Badge, awarded to
those w"no complete f e rigorous
-. The second department, with
Maj. Robert F. Wood as chief, is
concerned with leadership tram-
ling. Thtr'is sub divided into
s Tha iirct iff ffpnpral with 'the
WCO's taught such things as ppr ppr-jsonal
jsonal ppr-jsonal affairs, administration, and
military customs and courtesy.
and similar instructional techni
ques, are included in the second
area. The third is leadership unc unctions.
tions. unctions. Here the student learns how
to handle his men, train them in
customs of the Army and prepare
them for any emergency.
Assisting Brown are Maj. Ray
mond Knight, executive offices
and Cant. ..aphael Morrissey, k
jutant and school secretary. Under
their direction plans lor tne aca academy
demy academy hav been progressing lor
Besides making adjustments, the
academy has constructed several
graphic and visual training aids
plus other instructional devices.
Most notable of these is a unique
motion picture oroiectnn hooth
where the projector is hidden be-
. i i
hind Uie screen lor aayiigni viewing.
Responsible for the scheduled-
coordination of the tactical ana
leadership departments is Major
Robert D. Danforth, operations of
ficer for the school.
The academy is geared to handle
110 students each cycle. The initi initial
al initial evele wil: be followed by an
other of six weeks' duration.
In addition to the regular cour courses
ses courses of instruction the school will
be used for talnmg in special sud-
jeds, both for non-commwsioneo
and commissioned ouicers as yen
as potential NCO's. f ;
Brown announced that two openl
houses are being arranged. The
first, for NCO's of Fort KooDe.
is scheduled lor 3 p.m. January
3. Officers p. the post will be in
vited to an open house at the aca
demy a 3 p.m. January 7. Guided
tours of all facilities will "be con
ducted, and visitors will view tne
setup for "teaching the NCO how
to teach his subordinates.
Not onlv is the school tne first
of its kind in USARCARIB those
who attend will receive .credit like
that given for attendance at ser service
vice service schools ffiVthe U.S. Students
who complete the courses wiU not
he rpauired to repeat them at any
other Army installation.
Vive Lo Frances
Answer to Previous Puiili
VISUAL TRAINING aids are an Important part of the in instructional
structional instructional phase of training at the newly formed NCO Aca Academy
demy Academy of Ftrt Kobbe. Capt, Manuel. Brasll (center) asst. tac tactical
tical tactical officer of the school demonstrates to NCO instructors
the operation of movable cutaway training aids. Looking on
are, left to right, Sfc. Author 'Hutsenpiller, Sfc. Jumberto
- Gaztamblde, Sfc, Argco Quinones and Sfc. Robert Richards.
(U.S. Army Photo)
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to Destroys -.
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26 BasebaU'i 24 Unole Tom'
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33 Card game
37 Mountain lakt
39 Huge ;
40 Ancient Aston
32 f- Kampl"
5$ Fleur de
56 Have on
7 Goddess of
19 Goddess of the 29 Sharpen 1
hunt 31 Fertilizer
33 Pull out
25 Louvre's 40 Intends
Mona 41 Gold digger
36 Dinner course 42 Peru's capital
27 Tropics spider 43 Portent
46 Roman robe
pet and others 38 Live
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ACADEMY STAFF Gathered in front of their classroom
building are staff members and Instructors of the new NCO
Academy of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, at' Fort
Kobbe; They are, left to right, Lt. Col. Lloyd A. Brown, school
commandant6 Maj. Raymond Knight, Maj. Robert b. Dan Danforth,
forth, Danforth, Capt. .Raphael Morrissey, Maj. Robert Wood, Capt. Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Brasil, 2nd Lt. Richard H. Allen, 1st Lt. John I. Hincke,
Capt. Williani T. Fitts, 1st Lt. William p. Radtke and MSgt,
, J GArvlss L. Gardner. (CS. Atmy Photo) r-
IILRB Will Reopen
Case Against Dixie
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18' (UP) (UP)-Board
Board (UP)-Board voted today to reopen its
The National Labor Relations
case against the Darlington, S.C.,
Manufacturing Co., which closed
uuwn us lexuie operations ramer
than bargain with a union.
By a vote of 3-to-2, the board
ordered the NLRB regional direc
tor to take new testimony on the
union's charge that the company
was not an independent firm hut
actually was a part of a string of
aoout 30 mills controlled by Peer
ing, .Miiiiken .and Co.
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Aldo Ray in
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Jorge Mistral in
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SHADOW ON THE
Union Asks Solons
To Settle Dispute
At AF Tesf Center
NEW YORK, Del 18 UP) -The
AFL-CIO (Brotherhood of Rail'
way Clerks today appealed to the
senate Armed services committee
to intervene in "an utterly ridic
ulous" dispute -with the Air Force
which could erupt into a strike
at the Cape Canaveral. Fla.. mis-
sue lesung center.
Walter T. Coleman, head of the
brotherhood s air transport com
mittee, made the appeal in a let
ter to Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson.
.u-iex), cnairman of the com
mittee. Coleman's union reore
sents 500 to 600 clerks at the cen
Coleman claimed mat the Air
Force, at the last minute, threw
a monkey wrench into a contract
signed hy his union and Pan
American World Airways, civilian
operators of the vital test center
for the Air Force. The Air Force,
ne cnarged, refused to. accept ne negotiated
gotiated negotiated agreements on policies on
uniforms at the center and a set settlement
tlement settlement of $25 per person for back
pay claims of $150.
The union leader annealed te
Johnson, he said, because he
wanted to avoid a strike, but
warned mat "we will not com
promise our principles and take
a step in the direction of slave
Johnson turned down an earlier
union request to intervene. Cole
man saio, Dut mat was at a time
When the dispute involved Pan
Coleman said the two items od-
posea oy tne Air f orce are a
very small part of the overall
contract. He said the Air Force
at one time had approved the uni
form policy but then changed its
He said another erouo of em
ployes settled the back pay Issue
tor 24 per person, hut now the
Air Force is balking at granting
ms union tne same thing. ,.
Coleman said the Air Force
gave "economy as the treason
for refusing to approve the two
contract clauses. V
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A a ay Wf taaxjiavji t
fUt pet CAR!
An NLRiB trial examiner found
the Darlington firm guilty of un unfair
fair unfair labor practices for firing its
-500- employes and closing its plant
after tne Textile Workers Union of
America was chosen as the em employes'
ployes' employes' bargaining agents.
But the examiner said he could
net recommend back pay for the
employes because the firm no
longer was in business.
In reply the union' urged the
board to include Roser Miiiiken:
plant manager, in the: unfair
charges. It named him as the head
W'.'jvcruiKy.. ramuten i ana km.,
which it claimed was the Dar
lington company's parent.
Board Chairman Boyd Leedom
ana memoer stepnen S. Bean dis
sented from today's order. They
said the NLRB should decide
whether the shutdown was legal
wiuHwi ornging MUuken into the
(But the three-member majority
remanaea tne proceedings to the
regional director at Wintfnn
Salem, N.C. for further hearings
The NLRB seneral rniinsi Ka
oDtainea an injunction tying up
the firm's remaining assets
about $700,000 in case of a hack
The Textile Union won the rirto
to represent the mill's employes
in a labor board election in Son.
tember, 1956. The firm laid off
the workers within two months
and sold factory eouinment t
The c o m n a n v aairf It
down its plant because the firm
was not. making enough profit but
ii conceded tne union victory
played a part in the decision. The
union said the closing was an ex
ample of what happens when a
union wins bargaining rights in
New Health Bureau
Club Installs ;
Officers In Colon
The officers of the newly -formed
Atlantic Health Bureau Social and
Sporting Club took the oath of of office
fice office administered by Victor Luscap
last Friday, at the French Society
Officers installed were: Roy
Clarke, president: Alfred Hibbert,
vice president Norma Vernon, sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Gilbert Denny;, assists Sec
retary; Zetta Stamp, treasurer;
Winston Thomas, busmnes man
ager; Vernon McCalla, asst. Busi Business
ness Business .Manager; Barbara Bryan,
fiscal; Allan Smith,- propaganda
Manager, Norma Laing, chaplain.
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IN A SURPRISE PROMOTION CEREMONY after 8. review ot
4he Balboa ligh School ROTQ unit held -lir his honor Wed-4
nesday, Brig. Gen. Milton Ogden, deputy commanding general
of UJS. Army Caribbean, pinsthe fasignia of Cadet 2nj Lt.'.
t on Cadet Eugene Burch of Co. "B" Balbpa ROTC. -.
- J ; (U.S. Army; Photo by Sp3 Vera Rlchey);!
by Erskine Johnson
NBA StoH Correipondint
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu
sively Yours: The way thing are
going undef Hollywood's new. IC-,
Gleason's "The Honeymooners"
landed on the sheL: 'Veaple be
come depressea by thev Kind of
BM plan Intercontinental Box-1 apartment the Kramdens lived in.
omce magic some or. our mi'ucj mui iu see neaiiny, nappy
kee Dooditf stars better go back
to their real names.
There may be whole new care
ers waiting in Movietown's new
(families who live weil. Even scen
ery nas to be upbeat these tiays."
Ramon Mendez: was master of
ceremonies. Dr. R. Esquivei, an
honorary member of the club, gave
an address. Songs were rendered
by .Misses Marva Gordon,, .Silvia
Carter, Mrs. Norma Vernon and
Victor LuScap; .Speeches were
given by th(S ewiy4nStallea presi
dent, also by Hamun, Denny, Mjc
Calls and Miss Laing, At the com
pletion of the Program a buffet
was prepared by the young ladies
01 tne ciud and dancing followed
until the wee hours of the morn-
The club's first venture will be
a show for the patients of the Coco
Solo Hospital on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Slated to appear on this show will
be the following:
Lord Cobra and Sir Panama
Bennie Hatches, Ziggy and Zaggy,
George Bryan, The Hi'Fi. Atlantic
Welfare Group Juniors Square
Dancers, Gladstone Gordon and his
An added attraction will be and
artist from the COpacabana caba
foreign look or Issur Danieio-! dropped that Audience rAwarrf
yitch, Avrom Goldbogenl Lucei le voting that .-put ba'lot bsxes 1n :
Le Sueur, (Rita CansinO, Claudet-jineaier lobbies last'year. j They
te Chaucbibn, Ella Geisman, Ben-.wiU concentrate- with- Hollywood' 1'
ny Kubelajcy and Dino Crosetn.i4"" year on the-March 26 Oscar, :
' AnH T An mun in tha aama I SWeeDStakeS with thaofo,. 'T ..
order, Kirk Douglas,' Mike Todd, e prizes for local costumers
Joan Crawford, Rita Hay worth,1 guessingt he winners' in advance.'
Claudette Colbert, June Allyson.k ".Columbia studio clipped 'some
Jack Benny and Dean Majtin. rpDjectionable film from "Par Joey': H
ICBM missiles in Hollywood? in a "B" tatihg 'trom tneiii
' vfL,elon. its said, was ready itoV
THEY'RE HOLLYWOOD'S hewjs,aP' "C"-lor-Cmdemned labelV
weapons to combat lethargy in "" the film..i Looks like Betty !"-'
U.&. moviegoing because of cbm-!Furness will follow Studio One'
Petition from TV. Inner oriwlranHe itO Hollywood. AnH that1,
the small-boat craze and other ?an one) thing she's haonnv ahnnt
new leisure time hdb-bies theater ?ne,s aniiou to gr,ab some -movie
uwners are veiuns annut
ane idea now is to made mo
vies aimed for the international
market and Hollywood's new Who's
yv sounds iuc Uittted-Natiohs
ro.n call. i vc'-.
There s? Japanese Miikh Taka
loving it up with Marlon Brando
v.;,ubi auu viv mature
cuddling a Chinese babe, Lili Hua,
in his arms in "China Do'l." Ita.
pians are all over the place Anna
juagnam ana sopnia Laren tin
three films at Paremount ani,!Ros-:
oanu nrzi in aoum raciiic 4",
The whole town,, in fact; 4a, i
I 1 1
oam Goldwvn i
ever tossed off amalapropism in ""'4
lJUjIiirtmi.m. 1 : 1 In i .1
out come. from-:. From !.sa. i
' 'mn, wnowear they over overheard
heard overheard some of 'them, inthe'happy-go-crazv
davs nf Hnii.i ...ifr
Nam mrin't : i i
wood acquired dignity, so did Sam.
".'MUt I fin rnmi U , .
w icuicii urr urnnn
Goldwyn press agents released
wiawynisms to the Hniim
..ik. Bin. I ..
U1B DIUIB iriim mfh
i TV r SmiI;j,
icgujar smorgasDoro oi importea
gouqies Maurice unevaiien Ma-i
na Schell. Lisa Pulver.' .rialmifffwi.' fs
Bloom, Lilian Montevecchi, GialieV 616 DOM
Scala, Curt Jurgens. Etchika Cho-. w viwiUHj UViX
reau and Carmen Sevil'a. th
of Sapin and Latin America, in
"Spanish Affair whioh P.,J
- - . ... u.. A m
mount win release.
Robert Mltchra fas
"B AN Dl DO"
In TECHNICOLOR I
Benefit Shew! S FlCTtTRESI
"HIGH VENTURE" :
"N 7- 111
fP VA- 'V 1U r
' FeUewtas; a Us triunphaat dramatie pei foi nianee la
the smash hit Th Seven Little Foys," versatile Bob Hope
kas bow feac m te the nest ehaBenginc rele of his entire
career, that i the eelorfml and eenplex Jimmy Walker In
the blrhr-seclaiined Beaa James" OPENING TOMORROW
AT THE LUX As the dapper and eontravermiai- "Night
Mayor ef New Tork' Roarinr Twenties, Hep portrays a
man whose contradictory qualities not only made him
magnificent symbol of his fabulous times, but contributed
the great city's most dramatic story te an era already burst
xng wttn drama,
ALSO IN CURRENT casts are
Lita; Milan, Baccaionie, Pedrd Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales Gonzalez. Eduafrio CinnelH
Lil 'Gentle, Mylene Demongeot
ana Bonar Colieano.
foreign dictionaries mav vt
X. i . ...
ie jsoia a ong witn popcorn in the
Hobby. : :
j'Bjut at least Hollywood has not
yeG discovered a Tab Sputnik or
a ffiper bputniK. I'm keeping mv
ujjrs crossea, inougn.
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Marlon Brandn remiBctori "M
pig publicity, please," about his
marriage to Anna Kashfi. but he's
suce;getung it in headlines and
rent gags: A Hollywood
club entertainer is dointr an
imjtatori o' the star as "The Card-
m..want" ana someone --said
Brando's theme song shouM'h
Bin Crosby's lastest recording of
i liove jcou wnoever You "Are."
THE, SCRIPT: Local
theory : on why Jackie
WASHINGTON, Dec." rjTJP) rjTJP)-Sumner
Sumner rjTJP)-Sumner G. WhitUer, 46, former
lieufcnant governor of Massachus-
viStZ" ?po,nte4 bv President
Eisenhowers today to be the next
veterans admin sfratnr -i
"Sumner succeeds Harvey, Hig Hig-&
& Hig-& Y"l W" nP?md toc'have rl rl-signed
signed rl-signed 'because he was at odds
with administration plans to cut
back Veterans Administration
Whittier, a. Republican, served
as lieutenant, governor of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts from: 1953 until early this
year. Since then, he has been serv serving
ing serving as chief tinsuran
the Veterant 'Administration.
?2 Jeent months, Higley was
said to have fought an administra
tion plan to -put the brakes on
government spending for nonJ'
service-connected benefits for vetf
Informed sources Said ihat it
was- Higley'tupSvillingness to go
hjiik Willi ma Bian mat nrnmntul
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KLAkl HITS PARSONAGE The tail wttttoti X?S?ant
sticks out of the roof after the rraft rrah- ir,t ilV
sonagt of the westville Methodist Church In New Haven.
!lJmen .wd'the plane, Paul Bribers, owner
?f(2Kffr.?.i.il!?'?ciJI 9? .hi-. MstaUnt.
" J .wcl -en vo me nospitai where their
condition was reported as not serious. Mrs. John Olnon. wife
of-th pastor of the church, and her I4-month-old daughter.-
. wn wert In the house, were sot injured.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DMLT NEWSPAPER
.VVEDNESDAT DECEMBER 18, 1957 a f 4 v
I JvV- -S
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OOV. imLIAMI?. POTTER of the Canal tone, turns over the leys'to the' five new one-
family houses at Ft. Amador yesterday to Majf Gen. Thomas L. Harroia, commanamR vonerai
f U. S. Army Caribbean. On the- left is Col. John D. Coney, post commander at Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, and at the right is Col, Raymond L. Hill, USARCABIB Engineer.
-i I'--' i ' lu.o. Array rnuiur
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One 1957 Crop Was Good Wacky Accidents
-Every year 1tie -National Safety council -produces,; for its magazine .Traffic Safety, a round round-up
up round-up of wacky accidents that happened' throughout the country during the year. Below -are Il Illustrated,
lustrated, Illustrated, some' of the mishaps that "couldn t happen" but did.
' By OSWALD JACOBY
iWrltttn for NEA Service,
, NORTH ;
',WE81 -' EAST ''H'
V AQJ976 10J
S3 Q 10987
K6 4 I tt1 ..
i SOUTH (D
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South West .North
1N.T. 2 V ,4 V, Pass
4 Pass Ps v Ps
', V Opening lead-4 5
The Ci of' the Vaccinated
blrs. Charles Drehnon, of'jilenv-l
. phis. Tenn., .still doesn't know)
An Albany. N.Y.. reader wants to
know what happens to the Jacoby
transfer bid when second hand bids
over the opening no-trump.
The answer is that the transfer
bid moves up to the four level and
that all low level bias become nor
Today's North wauld have used
the two heart transfer if West had
not bvercalled South', opening no-
trump with a two heart bid. In
stead, North simply bid four
hearts. This was a four level trans
fer and South properly went to
four spades which became the fi
West opened the five of dia
monds. South won with the Jack
and nlaved the oueen of sDadeS.
West won and led a second dia
mond which was won by declarer s
king. A second spade was played
to the jack and the club finesse
taken. West won with the king and
returned a club whereupon declar
er was able to discard with dum
my's hearts on his long clubs and
make five odd. v f
West could have saved one trick
by cashing his heart ace but he
naa no way to oeat me contract.
Mt will be noted that there was
no play for three no-trump and
US Influence On; World TraEe
tagging, Advisory Group Says
A sDecial three man advisory
committee reported today that
U- S. mlluence on international
trade "was and is not as great
aa it' should be-'V ?:
f-'C:j;:r-f 'i v- ;! ,S-' ;-.
' They urged iwift approval by
Congress of U. S. membership in
the 'Organisation for Trade Coop Cooperation.
eration. Cooperation. (OTCy and a' live year
extension of the Reciprocal Trade
Act. Both actions have been pro proposed,
posed, proposed, by j President Eisenhower.
"The committee met with Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams
at the White Housel to present a
report on the meeting last month
in Geneva: Switzerland, of the 37
nations which have,, entered the
General ,t Agreement joa i Tarifis
The ; committee, i which. advised
the U. S.. delegation, io the GATT
conference, represented American
labor, business and -agriculture.
Members .: were Andrew J.. Bie Bie-miller
miller Bie-miller of the AFL CIO, Arthur
Evans Oi the National Agricultural
Advisory Council, and H. J. Heinz
II, president of the neini t opa
They Reported that the Pnited
States had too- little influence on
international trade .because of the
"uncertainty" about extending the
reciprocal trade law add "our
continuing failure" to approve
The Reciprocal Trade jct,
which will expire next June 30
unless renewed by Congress, gives
the President authority to reduce
tariffs on a reciprocal basis with
other countries. ,,
The Eisenhower administration
said last Week that it would ask
Congress to extend the law for
1 . i I t !.l
live years ana give me vresiueni
authority to cut tanns a per cent
each year., )
The advisory committee re-
L I I If Uf 1 A fr lUDlf I wr-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17 bP) i port said OTC would provide con
tinumg macninery lor ,e imnaung i op
barriers to international trade, j
The committee said most nations I fi
now must depenu socly on the I hSf
annual GATT meeting to negotiate
IS HIS FACE RED!
ST, PAUL, Minn, (UP) State
Rep. Alired J. Otto Jias bsen
charged with violating a law that
set a minimum price for liquor.
Otto; was the author of the law in
Presents his Latest Hits
"CarnaVal en Panama" & "Christmas Carols'
j? w f:;!
31 Automobile Row
OPEN TILL 9 P.ltf.
Free ample parking space
that a four- spade contract by
North would have gone down : one
trick, since East would have open opened
ed opened a heart. With Sfouth as declarer
East could never get tne ieaa. ana
the contract was ironclad.
When three-year-old Georce
WUkins' mother found him
Veteriiurlan happened" in
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Malche in Ceorfie's hitocke
maa pes nis pants
Georre Bates, of Evaiuton, IIL,
knows a driver must be prf- v
(ared, for. anrthlnr in today's
raffle, But.. be -was surprised i
r-hen a canoe llew4own the
ifhway t stralftt t 'him. ..
iraihed thronsh the windshield
ind eiobbered bins good. It bad :..
een blown from the top of an
Ipproaehinr ear by a MsK wind.j
One of Charles Combs' farm farm-jhands
jhands farm-jhands at OIner.- III., knew a
sure-fire way to get rid-of those
Iwaspa In the barn. He would
iburn them mit It worked.. The
i wasps went up in smoke. So
ma ti tiarh. 5.008 bales of hay,
' 8,000 bushels of barley, a shed.
a garae thre arunw qi s" s"-'line
'line s"-'line and 200 loads of manure.
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Dogeateher Donald Balrd was
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bv a lad wha. HKnud nwt
because Balrd was tryinf to tan-
pdnnd her pet pooch. "It ': :
shouldn't have happened to a
dog,'' moaned Balrd, as he sur
veyed the teethmsrks.
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MAJ. GEN. TROMAN LANDON'S MOTHER
. IS HONOR Gl'EST AT ALBROOK COFFEE
Crisp sprays of English holly In a silver bowl decorated
the table for the Hail and Farewell Coffee held recently by
the Albrook Officers' Wives' Club. Gaily Wrapped packages
piled beneath the Christmas tree added to the festive air.
There was much excitement as members participated in
the exchange ol gifts and many opened their first present
of the season. Guest of honor at the coffee was Mrs. Lan Lan-don,
don, Lan-don, mother of Major General Truman H. Landon.
Mrs. James E. Potts, Hail and
Farewell cnairraan, wenuiu
nrt Forbes, krs. Raymond Ar
chabel. Mrs. Wiley K. Connor,
Mrs. Orval Hall, Mrs, Eugene m
Mainnpv. and Mrs. Jack Markette
si newcomers to Albrook and
presented each, one with an or
chid. Wearing the traditional flow,
or nf farewell were Mrs. C. L,
Logan, Mrs. Perry M. Woods,
Mrs.; SteDhen H. Straway and
Mrs. Thomas J. McKula. Mr
Potts also presented farewell gifts
to the departing members.
Pouring coffee during the morn morning
ing morning were Mrs. Joseph H. Faulk Faulkner,
ner, Faulkner, Mrs. william A. May, Jr.,
Mrs. John C. Whalen and Mrs.
C. L. Logan.
' Decorations for the party were
handled by Mrs. Joseph P. Leo Leo-nelli
nelli Leo-nelli and Mrs. Eldon L. Stevens.
! British Aid
Mrs, Ian Leslie Henderson, wife
of the British Ambassador, and
other members of the British Aid
Society gave a tea party for the
(West Indian patients at Gorgas
iHospital yesterday afternoon. Ice
(cream and cake was served, and
(Christmas gifts distributed. The
..party ended with Carol singing.
, Those at the party included
Miss Garrett, Red Cross director,
i Mrs. Henderson, Mrs: Red Rim Rim-tmington,
tmington, Rim-tmington, Mrs. D. Halman, Mrs.
John Cogswell, Mrs. Jaime Alfa Alfa-iro,
iro, Alfa-iro, Mrs. Norman Willmott, Miss
;ahde Wit and Mrs. Geoff Loe.
Mrs. H. V. Strauss
Arrives For Holidays
Mrs. H. V. Strauss of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Florida, is arriving by
plane on Saturday to spend the
holidays with her son and daugh-
'ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Krueger of Los Rios, and her
! daughter and son-in-law, Sgt. and
Mrs. George Whaler of Ft. Clay-
jton, and their families.
, The Isthmian Toastmasters Club
will hold its annual Christmas
party in the Fern Room of the
' .Tivoll' Hotel 7 p.m. Friday. For
reservations call iMavy 2377.
W- "I -M .A'
'Arrives From States
i : Mr,fRollin W. Waite arrived by
plane from Cleveland, Ohio, and
.is ttye house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Erwin F. Ramsey of Mar Mar-garitaV
garitaV Mar-garitaV ,;
, TM marriage : pf Miss Nancy
GIFTS for the
18-52 TIVOLI AVE.
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY in the cool patio
with 2 orchestras for continuous music!
r 2.50 per person
NEW YEAR'S DAY DINNER In the Bella Vista Room
(Barbecue in pool area noon 3 p.m.)
pitsa Jiansom HOUSE OF LORDS
Blended & Bottled
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Finest scotch whiskies
r Sold at your favorite
Ramsey and Mr. Waite will take
place on Saturday, Dec. 18, at
the Holy Fami y Church in Mar
Beta Sigma Phi
Meats At Horn
Of Mickey Moore
Jean Coffey presided over the
regular bi-monthly business meet'
ing of Beta chapter, Beta Sigma
Phi, held at the home of Mckey
Moore in France Field. Pat Bai Bailey
ley Bailey and Anna May Butcher, serv
ice committee, expressed their ap
preciation tor the cooperation of
the members in the drive for old
toys and used, clothing for the
children at the Cativa Orphanage
They also mentioned the plastic
material donated by the members
to be used for covering mattress
es at the Orphanage. This com
mittee reported that during the
period of August through Dec. 5
members have donated and col
lected 640 magazines which were
given to the patients at the Coco
The president appointed Mary
ann Scott as the new Publicity
Chairman and Mrs. Scott was al also
so also nominated and accepted th
position of recording secretary.
At the close of the meeting
Marion oreene, sponsor of Beta
Chapter, gave a talk entitled,
"Our Own Home." '
This was followed with refresh refresh-ments
ments refresh-ments served from a table appro
priately decorated with the Christ
The winners iof th riiar
weekly bridge games played at
the Margarita Service Center on
Monday evening were- as lollows:
tied for first place, Mr. and Mrs.
w. MiUspaugn with Mrs.
Woodruff and Mr. Augusto'Kam;
tied for second, Mr. Bob5; John
son and Mr. Bob Armitage with
Mr. Herbert' Delgado and Mr. Ju
lius Loeb; third, Mrs?. Julius
Loeb and Mrs. Hayden Jones.
and fourth. Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs Owen i.
Mr. and Mrs.' 'Gilbert B. Owen
of Jacksonville, Florida, arrived
on Wednesday by air for a visit
with their daughters and their
families, Mr. and Mrs. Jack C.
Sutherland of Balboa, and Gap Gap-tain
tain Gap-tain and Mrs. Eugene S. Shipley
of Margarita. Mr. and Mrs. Owen
have been residing in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville since Mr. Owen's retirement
reservations now tor
Panama's social center!
CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER
from noon Balboa Room
from 7 pjn. Bella Vista Room
Canteen and Bodega
In 1952, .nd .r, looking forw.r .V Y J' BV P Mfki'l Pr -Vl'V' F
: to seeing, their mny friend! 1; ,?y J I fl W )WfA I -v. L H
,ConnUed on P. 7 'JL 1 If ou U gMtag iever.l cou- ' W 1
WASHINGTON Rear Adm.
W. F. Kaborn, chief of the Navy's
missile program testi ying to the
benate Preparedness committee
that research on the 1,500-mile-
range Polaris missile is ahead o;
"We are at a full calloD. I don't
think we can run any faster with
out tailing on- our face."
HOLLYWOOD Crooner Frank
binatsa announcing plans to dis dismiss
miss dismiss a $2,600,000 libel suit asainst
.Look. Ma'gazine and instead file a
new suit in California courts to
test lnvasion0f privacy laws:
". .1 feel that an entertainer
has a right to his privacy. other otherwise
wise otherwise it means that a. 'public fig figure'
ure' figure' is a second-c'ass citizen."
CHICAGO Adlai Stevenson
telling why he believes this coun country
try country is in trouble because of a lack
of confidence among, its allies:
"Suez was a culmination of the
political deterioration and Sputnik
reyeaieof our military and scien-
BOSTON An anonymous note
sent witn a $5 donation to the
Peter Bent Brigham hospital sug suggesting
gesting suggesting the money be used to start
a research foundation in honor of
14-year-old Jimmy Foster, of Ida
ho, who died in a rare kidney
transplant operation on Dec. 8:
"It is a Christmas present Jim-
my would have liked.'
NEW YORK Walter T. Cnl.
man, hp ad of the AFL-CIO Broth Brotherhood
erhood Brotherhood of Rai'way Clerks' air
transport, committee, on a unfon
dispute with the Air Force that
threatens to. erupt into a strike at
the Vial Cape Canaveral. Fla..
missile esihg cener:
"We are anxious not to have a
strike under any conditions, if we
can avoid it. we don't want any anything
thing anything like that at the guided mis missile
sile missile test center. Things are bad
enough without, that
At Bethel Mission
Tonight, at 7:30, the motion pic picture,
ture, picture, "Battle Ground of Europe"
will be shown at the Bethel Mis Mission
sion Mission Church in Paraiso. T
The picture is a portrayal of
Billy Graham's evangelistic tour
of the European Countries. Ad Admission
mission Admission is free, but a missionary'
offering, to be used toward the
Billy Graham Panama crusade.
i will be requested. :.,
DRESS U YOUR CAR
Has many new
15th and Melendez Ave.
Colon Tel. 1336
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.w -jj t ; j pieg together for a Dutcn treat ;
y C f s&J I i evening, be eure to make it clear
f t v, v" I j that yoa aren't invlUng them as 3
I'"" if I 1 your guests.
t Y I f 'f i It cemes as a rude shock te a .1
lllliillM Her ha Yannt er immmMm$mmfflmmi B
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL GRAHAM PORTER, whose wedding
took place at the Catholic Chapel at Ft Gulick on-Saturday
morning. The bride Is the daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. Francisco
F. Lowe of Colon.
Taxation Hoi Issue
As Denver Voters
Flock To Elections
DENVER,1 Dec. 18 (UP) Den Denver
ver Denver residents voted in apparent
record numbers today in the hot hottest
test hottest municipal election, in years
on whetner to impose a cuy in in-rnme
rnme in-rnme tax on themselves and on
suburbanites who make their liv
ing in tne cuy
Some officials predicted the to
tal vote would approach tnat cast
in general elections.
The income tax issue has split
the city's business community,
caused Wtterness in the suburbs
and created a general civic up
roar. If passed, one nail or one
per cent tax will be imposed on
the first $5,000 of all income
earned in the city, by both resi residents
dents residents and non-residents alike. A
tax of one per cent would
be placed on all income above
a,uvu. j. lie .iii si i,uuu .01. intunie
ar aa m 1 L AAA t
earned by heads of families would
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The Most Talked'About Gift.Ston
On The Isthmus"
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ISERLOHN, Germany (UP)
Two members of an international
gamfbf painting swindlers have
bee? arrested and charged with
selling copies of old masters, Ger German
man German police said todav. Police said
Emanuel De Niewe, alfas Pimen Pimen-tal,
tal, Pimen-tal, 49, and Fredricb Kohn; 50',
were arrested wni'.o trying to sen
a collection of fak-j paintings to
an Iserlohn dealer who became
suspicious.. According to police,
the two men had been sought by
Interpol, the international poliee
organization, for several years and
had collected about $1,500,000 in
six yeass working their racket.
be tax free.
Revenues from the tax would
generally be used for capital im
provements. It was estimated the
tax would produce five million dol
lars the first veaf and eieht mil
lion dollars thereafter, for it
three years it will be in force
(-Suburbanites 1 were not, elieible
to vote. 11
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Chirr SraaaV 7
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IN WINTER l'
W a m H IM
CXKMUk. k. A.
f caupie wno tmnK tnafara peing -;j
I entertained te find that -they are '
J suppeaed to pay their share of the t J I'
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Graveside funeral services were
to be held this afternoon in Mount
Hope Cemetery for the late Mrs.
Bertha Sanester. who died.yester
day morning in the Amador Gue
rrero Hospital at the age of 75.
A Jamaican, who came to tne
Isthmus in 1910, she was 75 years
old and a member of the Jehovah
Witneses religious sect.
She is survived by her sisters,
Mrs. A. Dixon and S. "Campbell;
her children, Mrs. Adlyni Erwin
and Mrs." Joyce Gumbs (resident
of New York), Mrs. Medora Ever-
mg, and her son Benjamin Sang-
ster, in addition to several grand
To Scrap Leftists
JERUSALEM, Israel, Pec. 18
(UP) Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion is so set on establishing di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic relations with West Ger
many he will throw the Leftists
out of his cabinet if necessary.
informed sources said today.
Ben Gurion averted an imme immediate
diate immediate cabinet crisis by backing
down yesterday on plans to send
an emissary to negotiate diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic relations with Bonn.
The Prime Minister has favor
ed this as a way to strenghthen
Israel's ties with the North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Treaty Organization.
jtieii wingers ciaim wouia en
danger Israel a chances of promot
ing friendship with the Communist
bloc.; ; i ' ',
Informed sources said Ben Ben-Gurion
Gurion Ben-Gurion plans to renew his cam
paign at the earliest opportunity
and will, if necessary, oust' the
left wing Mapam and Ahdutavoda
parties from his coalition cabinet
to achieve diplomatic relations
The cabinet split between right
and left has been boiling up tor
weeks and came to a head yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. -;v x
The premier claims Israel needs
more security against .possible So Soviet
viet Soviet aided attacks by the Arabs.
He has said this should be pro provided
vided provided by the Western powers
through NATO. v--
Crumble Into Lake
ROME. Dec. 18 f UP Weep
ing Peasants watched their village
crumble slowly into Lake Garda
...;. ...1. -. 4. :
A landslide "which eneulfed the
20 houses of the hamlet of Musio
was one. of several caused all over
Italy by rain and snowstorms
which have claimed 14 vicums
in five days. '.--r
The first houses of Musio, un
dermined by rain, started collapa
ing Sunday. 'ifc. c'
r"" V"T. 'L.
ioaay. we wnoie .ymage. wasinot Mttfil- .neciil treatment
slidine slowly into the lake. All
villagers were evacuated and there
were no casualties, k
In the Polesine lowlands.-'where
the waters of the Adrietic .. Sea
smashed through a dyke Saturday
flooding several hundred acres of
nelds, the big river ro i)
verflowed near Goro, flooding
i rr7' VnZ:. r
hour and authorities said there
was ho majpr danger, y v :
Typists To Be :
Needed At Albrook
Tbe U;S. Air Force announced
today that 23. vacant-Clerk -Stenographer
and clerk typist posi positions
tions positions are expected in the very near
future for both United States and
Bon United States citizens, at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Forte Base.
The minimum qualificaion rt.
quirements for these positions are
45 words per minute in typing
and 80 words per minute for short shorthand.
hand. shorthand. - - ; -
Applications should be made on
Standard Form 57, "Application
for Federal Employment,", which
may be obtained and submitted
from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the
Civlian Personnel Office, Building
800, Albrook Air Force Bate, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, the announcement said.
A1C RICHARD HERNANDEZ and his bride, th former XUcla,;
Lopez, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs.? Antonio Lopez lof Panama.--
are shown leaving the Albrook AFB Chapel aftei theif wed-2
ding last week A reception was- held at the bride's Barents--
home. Airman Hernandez is assigned to the 5700th MaterleCJ
'-Squadron in the refueling,; section at Albrook.,
-:';::vri'iW:-v- t (Official USAF Photo)
'Six months ago my husband
and 1 separated," writes Mrs.,0.
'Yesterday my little boy's mur-
serv arhnol teacher said he was
emotionally disturbed and needed
ireaimeni ai s ciuiu giumuw
clinic. It's been a terrible shock
to be told I'm a bad. mother so
soon after losing myr husband."-.
I'm almost sure that the teacner
did not cali Mrs. O. a "bad" mo
ther. Peonle in her work are care
fully trained against making such
wholesale condemnations oz oin
er human beings. 'V
Then who is really maKing wis
I think it comes straignt irom
Mrs. O. herself, rf i
Perhaps she is the person who
seeds the child guidance, clinic.
For it is very juvenile inaeea
to damn herself, as worthless be because
cause because a little boy who's been liv
ing in parental 'turmoil develops
some Of his own. If this natural
effect scares 'her so that she' wants
to flincr herself into the garbage
disposal, she isThe problem, not
the chUd. v
She's a lady who must make no
mistakes; Her raee It herself ex
actly measures her demands for
a perfect performance jrm jier-
seir. 1 .,.,"''
Lilllle Rock Hcgro
For Heaving Chili
I.TTTT.K ROCIt. Ark:. Dec. 18
(UP )--School superintendent Virg Virgil
il Virgil Blossom announced today he
suspended one of the nine Neiro
students attending integraten Cen
tral High School for neavmg a
bowl of chili ai a white boy.
He said the bowl hit one boy
directly and spattered a second
boy with chill. r
Blossom' said he suspended tne
Negrot Minnie Jean Brown, for
Mrs. L.. C. Bates, president of
the Arkansas chapter of the
NAACP. had a different version
of the chili story. She said She
understood that Minnie was carry
ing a tray of food between tames
at which white students were sit
ting. y- i
A white-boy either blocked the
aisle or jostled Minnie and the
bowl of chili was upended and
spilled over two boys at the table,
Mrs. Bates said.
Mrs. Bates said she .was' sure
it was accidental, but that school
officials "annarentlv. felt tney
might as well go ahead and sua-
'to snow tne isegro stuaems are
"If it had. been any. other kid,
they probably would have helped
him clean up the mess,; let him
offer to nay the cleaning bill and
forget about it,'., shi said. "But
because it was one of the nine!
Negroes, -different action was tak
en, v t ,-. ,-, .,
Wery flown to utue Kocr un-
der orders from President Eisen-
mio wer .f r r
There have been occasional re-
9:30 P:M. -11 :30P.M;fl :30 A.M.
' "Anxiety," a distinguished psy1
choanalyst ; said recently, 'it :the
conflict between what we can do'
and what our idealized image of-,
ourselves tells us we ought to btl
ab'e to do."
Sometimes we cannot make, i t
marnage- wor. Sometimes, in
our distress at its failure, we can I
not protect a child against the in- s
fluence of our distress. But we're
doings the best we can do at tha i
moment When' we start hating,
ourselves because we're not doing
better, we are experiencing anxie-1
ty that has little to do with, our hu: ,'
band or child," ;
We are terrified by theexposuri
of our Own limitations. ...-
However, we don't, always over-T
come this terror because some";
body writing in a newspaper sayV
we should. :
So maybe Mrs'. O. had better find;
someone who accepts his limitaV?
tions calmly, and the example of i
his self toleration can lead hef,,
to feel, ."If this .fellow human canj,
put up with himself,-can -flo j
the same witn myseu."
Then Tier little boy will lose hls
tear oi ms umitauons ana ae auicr,v
tn stniv) hatinff himself for obiect- i,
ing t parents ,who have, hurt and,"
confused 'him. tt "r''.
For the Christmas; 'here's
ruby cranberry salad togo wiut,i
turkey, chicken or veai. xne saiaa .)
is made with fruit juices. .But thiai I
mold, if made with red wine, turns",'
into a brilliant holiday dessert tH'
lad, to be enjoyed with, nuts.
Ruby Cranberry Mold -fa
- ; -it
' '!.- t "Art I
One 1 -pound can whole 'cranber' I
rv sauce. 1 nackaee lemon-flavor'
ed gejetin. a : cup hot water, i Vf
cup real mayonnaise, i cup sweet
red wine OR orange juice plus
1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 cup; cup;-halved
halved cup;-halved green grapes.
Dissolve geletin in hot water. :
Add jnayonnaise, wine- (or fruit :
juices J and 1-4 cup whole crinber-
ry. sauce.. Blend thoroughly with;;'
rotary beater. Pour into refrige refrige-rator
rator refrige-rator freezing tray, Chill in freezi'
ing unit (witnout changing control) 1
0 to '25 minutes, or until, firni,).
about 1 inch irom edge, but soft
in center. Turn mixture "into a i.'
howl and whip with rotary beater
. ry re 1 .1- . i
unui uuiix.. com in remaining; cc,,
berry sauce and grapes. Pour iato(
1-quart mold. Chill until firm, a,V
bout 1 hour. Unmold and garnish
with salad greens. Serve with dress
ing made by combating 1-2 cupr.
heavy cream, whipped, and '-1-m(
cup .mayonnaise.. J.". '.''ii-i,
Note: This can be made Well..
in advance of serving time, but
the quick "'souffle salad technk
que also enables one to turn this-
mold out in fairly shit orjierv .'
ports since of white students nlclc
mg on the Negroes, but none of,
Negroes fighting white- students.
The earatrooDers have lea
withdrawn and a National Guard
force that 'once numbered 1,800
men will be reduced to
ed to 432 men'
by Christmas Eve.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS,: 1957 jwi.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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program. one thing. Neither do the chiefs
the tirst trip to the San (Bias of his Teamsters' union local in
Islands is scheduled for Sunday, Danville, 111.
Dec. 29, via a two-motored com-1 He couldn't force an election
merical plane which will leave! for delegates to represent his lo-
Tocumen Airport at 8 a.m. andjeal in the Teamsters' 1957 Miami
return at 6 p.m. I Beach, Fla., convention and, he
A flight of 15 minutes to Man- couldn t block the election o;
dinga, a walk through a jungle James R. Hoffa as Teamsters'
THE NC6 WIVES CLUB of AlbrooH Air Force Base, are shon at the!
monthly Aloha Coffee which was held last Saturday morning at the NCO Club at
Albrookr Sppclal entertalnirent waa, furnished by the 176th AlrTorde Band's Choral, Group which consists of 29 men, whb sang Christina's Carols for the
wuq wives.. ,i v
USO-JVB Launches JUnhapp Teamster Airs Some Woes;
Dry Season Tours: Busted Candy Machine Played Parti
Firsf Trio Dec. 29
With the advent of the dry sea
sou tiie USO-Jewish Welfare
Board Armed Forces Service Cen
ter is again launching its tour
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP)
Frank Frazicr, a burly, 32-year-old
truck driver, is a man with
trouh'es. He told about them to today
day today in federaj court:
nis posses don't like him, for
THE CHORAL GROUP from the 776th Air Force Band at -Albrook Air Force
Caffee. ,-. ..
Base, entertains the NCO Wives Club of Albrook at their monthly Aloha
iSocia fan J I Otli
-C on tinuiJ
I Mrs Donald T. Jones, received
J candelabras. The team in third
Inlarp' Mrs TnnarH R Pio
For Albrook Wivtt
A holiday breakfast topped off (l Mrs. John C. Bell, Mrs. Freder-
tne ian season xor me AiprooKficn r.. augan ana Mrs. t rederiCK
Officera' Wives', C ub Bowling
League. The Dreakiast taoies were
decorated with red and green
garlands and the presents at
each nlace were Christmas-wrapi-
ped. Guests at the breakfast',
Mrs. Landon,, mother of Majt
General Truman H. Lahdon, Com-,
marider; Caribbearf'Air Commana
Mrs. Arthur P. Htirr, Mrs, Blai
E.,Nilsson and Mrs. Truman U
Aumef, were "welcomed by Mi's.
William A. Day, president of the
' Atter "conSratulatlhg" tferobp
on their fine spirit o sportsman sportsmanship,
ship, sportsmanship, Mrs. Truman jH.' Landon a a-warded
warded a-warded individual prizes to the
following bowlers; Mrs., RobertsE.
Dales, Mrs. Leonard R. R i e e,
Mrs. John C. Bell and Mrs. Ma Marion
rion Marion E. O'Quin. Silver vegetable
dishes were awarded to the First
Place Team: Mrs. ftobert v
D'es, Mrs. Robert E. Boy e,
Mrs: Delbert Ldwig, and Mrs.
Miles E.' Burgenheim. The Second
Place Team; Mrs. William i D.
McCarthy, Mrs. Marion E. O O-quin,
quin, O-quin, Mrs. John A. Smith and
F. S Brent were awarded silver
water pitchers. I
Door-prizes were won by Mrs.
George Welter, Mrs. Arthur S.
DeSonfa, MrsJ Van Ness H. Bar1 Bar1-nardr
nardr Bar1-nardr ,Mrs; Gordon M. Huntei Huntei-and
and Huntei-and Mrs. Thurman D. Aumer.
Arrangements for the break breakfast
fast breakfast were made by Mrs: John A:
Smith and Mrs. Gordon M. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, i
White House Cops
Getting New Chief
UoDed From Ranks
'. WASHINGTON (UP-The White
House police force is getting a
new chief a sergeant who. is be be-fnc
fnc be-fnc promoted to major.
l ine secret oervice saia ;,naipn
C. Stover,. 46, will take over Jan.
1 as head jof the 153-man guard
detail round the executive man mansion
sion mansion in an up-from-the-ranks pro promotion.
motion. promotion. V
Stover will be raised from serg
eant to ma lor when hp suorppds
Maj. Hobart vy. Francis, who is re
tiring as chief at the end of. the
year because of a disability.
The promotion will, mean an In Increase
crease Increase in pay for Stover from his
present $5,936 base pay to $9,000
Unemployment In US
Predicted To Stay ,?
High For 6 Monthl
WASHINGTON (UP) A 'fore
cast of continued high unemploy
Mother Too Poor
To Pay Firemen
Sees Home Razed
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (UP)
A mother and her our children
were homeless today because she
said she could not afford to call
the Cedar Rapids fire department
rrom outside tne city limits.
Mrs. Sarah Hobbs and: her four
little children were burned out o.'
their home Monday night when
gas -from a stove leaked and
the fire department said It
couldn't answer the call because
the house was four blocks outside
the city limits. The City Council
recently passed an ordinance or ordering
dering ordering the fire department not to
go outside the limits unless ...the
owner was willing to pay $100! for
the first hour and $50 for each
hour after that.
Mrs. Hobbs said she didn't have
Dulles To Visit
Spain On Way Home
From NATO Talks
MADRID, Dec: 18 (UP) U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles will pay a visit to Spain
en route home from the NATO
conference In Paris, the U.S., Em Embassy
bassy Embassy here announced today.
It added that Dulles will come
here at the invitation of the
The visit tentatively is slated
to last five hours, about the same
length of time as one Dulles
spent here Nov. 1 1955, when he
flew from the Big Four confer conference
ence conference at Geneva to meet with
The Embassy announcement
path, and a visit by launch to
our of the most interesting is
lands give the tourist an interest
ing view of primitive society sur
prisingly close to modern civili
zation. Colorful, exotic, and
strange, are words that cannot
suce to such an experience.
for an exciting day military
Ysonnel and their dependents
Should call the USO-JWB at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1072 for further information.
Following the Dec. 29 trip the
schedule will be:
Sunday, Jan. 12, San Bias excur
sion; Sunday, Jan. 19, fSan Bias
excursion; Sunday, Feb. 2, Boque Boque-te
te Boque-te excursion; Sunday, Feb. 9 San
(Bias excursion; Friday, Feb. 21,
to Sunday, Feb. 23, 3oquete ex excursion
cursion excursion for which the fee in
cludes air transportation, meals,
hotel and tours.
Sunday, March 9, San Bias
excursion; Sunday. March 23.
San Bias excursion: F rid a v.
March 28 to Saturday. Aoril. 5.
Lima, Peru, Easter excursion, fee
for which includes air transporta
tion, hotel, tours and tourist card.
Friday, May 30 to, Sunday,
June 1, Medellin Memorial Day
excursion, fee for which includes
air transportation, tours, hotel
Car Kills One
AMIBRI PIOTTA, Switzerland,
Dec. 18 (UP) A cable car hurtled
down a mountainside with a brok
en brake here today and smashed
to pieces in the valley, killing one
man and injuring 12 others.
The men had been using the
cable car on a military construc construction
tion construction project on the mountain.
Besides, Frazier was bawled out
for breaking a candy machine he
only shook. Not only that, he lost
his nickel in the machine.
All this was part of his testi testimony
mony testimony at a trial in Federal District
Court in which 13 "rebel" rank-and-file
Teamsters are trying to
nullify Hoffa 's election on the
grounds that the convention was
The leaders of Teamsters Local
26 and the employers around Dan Danville
ville Danville "had it in for me," Frazier
told the court.
Take Floyd Hires of the Hires
"He showed me begrudged,"
It developed that the witness
felt Hives showed a grudge
against him "by not speaking like
we always do."
And take Local 26. Hoffa seized
the local, he said, and turned it
" t .:;
into a "trurtes" local with Hoffa
acting as the trustee. Hoffa de- f
prived them of the chance to elect
their own delegates and that
wasn't democracy,. Frazier said,
Frazier went to the convention
anyway. Thomas' Haggerty, ont
of Hoffa's rivals for the Team-'
sters' presidency, paid his expens-.
es, and Frazier finally ran inta
a little better luck. yf"
He.1 fell in with an ex-Marine
who was a delegate to the con
vention and lalked him into votintjrn
against Hoffa. (' '
The caridy incident, however,",;
was the same old story. He haW
stopped at an Illinois plant,
to make a delivery and put a,
nickel in the candy machine.
Nothing happened and he shook
Frazier Insisted Tie mann weaw.
tlia mophlno anri thaf thA rnHn....!
mand he received was not fair.
'I lost my nickel." he id,
"and the machine fejl to the floor
while I was shaking it." sR
FLOODS THREATEN ITALY ;
ROVIGO, Italy (UP) Poundln(i
waves -'rom the Adriatic Sea and-j
the mounting Po River posed a tm
double threat today to the Pole,
sine lowlands in the river's delta. i,u
Sea waters rolling inland through r.
a 100-foot breach in a dyke flooded ,T
the community of Bonel'i Levante, nt
and 40 miles upstream at Pole-, .3;,
sella, the Po was almost four feet vim
above normal. c j f
$ WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
RADIOS APPLIANCES RECORDS
HI-FI SYSTEMS RECORD PLAYERS
and "IRISH" TAPE
SI Automobile Row,
OPEN UNTIL I P.M.
did not say what Dulles would
discuss with Franco and the oth
er Spanish government figures.
But well-informed circles said
the leaders would almost cer
tainly touch on results of the
NATO meetings, Spain's growing
role in western- defense and the
problems in Africa, where fight fighting
ing fighting recently broke out In the
Spanish enclave of Ifni.
After the talks, the announce
ment said. Dulles "will return di
rectly to Washington."
tET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
4th of July and "J" St.
ft OPEN UNTIL (P.M.
New Assortment of
The perfect Xmas CAftl.y
. Here you see one of the tw biff dlesel generators, destined
t Improve the electric service at Panima hv 2.nnn utnv,u.
ment for the lirst six -months off w" J wcre De,n waeT't week-on the Santa Ele-
-a i me, urce Line, in ew XorW. 'vt j .
Mr. Thomas E. Oglesby, Vice "president and General Man Manager
ager Manager of Compania Panamena deFuerza y Luz said that the
generators are due to reach Panama City by the end of this
week and Will be installed and In operation before Christmas.
1958 today was tacked on goq goq-emment
emment goq-emment report that U. S.j indus industrial
trial industrial output slid again during No November
vember November for the third straight
iqctnth. ,.' v .)
thirteen prominent economists
ln.Jfew York predicted the BAim-bw-
of jobless would risw during
UVK first, hair of 'next iVear U an
average ; of 3,600,000. The Labor
Department said last 2 week there
were nearly 3,200,000 Ainemfloyed
- JThe jobless forecast by- the Na
tional Industrial Conference Board
said for the last half of 1958 the
unemployment, wo ii I d ,7average
' "J" 'j' v 1 v
tt' followed1 Monday" laport try
thfrFederal Reserve 1 BSard that
its production index dropped last
month to 139 per cent of the 1947-
uni. ..it uncoi iim.c LUC 11 a I
tionwide cteel strike irJ Jn v 10SS J
when it touched 136 peV cent
The last time the index fell as
low as 139 per cent, under more
normal conditions wal in June and
Jyly, .1955, when it was exactly at
that level. ?J T
The board said production was
curtailed in Jw'ovanber atbothfac-
tories and minesJIt reported re reduced
duced reduced output at steel mills. air
craft factories, (textiles, apparel,'
pptroieum re iniog, television, sets,
furniture, soft fcoaL metal min min-i4K
i4K min-i4K and crud oil pumping.
to FootEall Play,
IcMURDO BOUND, Antarctl Antarctl-ct
ct Antarctl-ct Dec-18 iVP) When the men
cfi "Operation Deepfreeze" play
foetbalL the penguins are a
Divlsiori rAtlor from thd
Ipjireaker VSS. Glreier w'th
"T Dlvisiefl team. 7-0. Mon?a ft
pigskla game played on soiicr,f
JUST. IN TIME
WE ABE NOW UNPACKING A
FIGURINES VASES TRAYS
U : AND DECORATED CHINA
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
;'v'TIie MosLTalkcrfiAliout Gifttore
t CHRISTMAS I,
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W 1 1
Beautiful Assortment of
Small Medium Large
TXUB PLAN and EASY TERMS
WE WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
No. 1 Via Epafia
WE tLEOWC StRVltt
C O LO N
PALO M ERAS
K-Listo will prepare the fines for installation
of. new equipment in the electric system and
; will suspend the service.
4 Between 12:01 A.M. and 7 A.M. on Thursday,
December 19 jn the following areas:
Corner of Balboa Avenue.
1 ;Ndth Avenue. A-
V; .. v3rd of November Street.
, 15th of February Street.
. i Veraguas Street.
yt "J. B; AVenue. .'-
) -"J -, y Plaza de Arango.
de Merza y: Cuz
Complete Assortment of Famous "Dorothy Gray"
OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P. M.
At Excellent Prices
$ 13.50 x 30 MONTHS
COME SEE COMPARE ;
f Central Are. 9-13 Tel. M34 v V;
'.'.V; PANAMA -V V,;:';
man- times by strutting xmxn jr imt. it4T N
kurto the field, h i Tr x x fj a5r
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nV f AGg WOHT ; ; Tlrt PANAMA AMERICAN "AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER ,.,-,
l .' 'T awas mild, 'fy 1' IJ 1 Vl'': ll"'' I -'
,!',.. 1 1 .;A New Ice-Blue t..y $:.v A : WWM'l,
. HSomcthintf about that nw..." ; ft V i f Pk' 1 HI Y :j Vl 3(1' '
L V' :W
1500 kneti tested leading after
shave lotions. New Aqua Velvt
with scent-prolonger M-10
won hands down.
A new skin-conditioner,
Humectin, "gives your skin
drink". . restores moisttire
removed by today's closer,
New Aqua Velva refreshes in
a new way cools without bite
' tingles without sting. Now at
better drug counters every
where, 60$ and f 1.
Smart decanttr bottle. Easy to hold.
Ka flnuAr show at th" YMCA'
Mr8. William t.rOTier; aamires wi,!" .:."!"!"! ; y ".-.j '. ,...-.
niVinFn OPINIONS last week, buV a young merrier of the audience seem more startle dthan .mpres
DIYIUtU UKINIUWJ . ; rirtit'fiftd handsome Governor Potter much more interesting
than the exhibits. ;
AT FLOWER SHOW
O "Challeii" Tropicalized
O Philco Recordplayers
O Italian Handbags;
O Italian figurines
O Murano Crystalware
O Italian Ceramicware
O St. Louis Crystalware
O German Crystalware
O Table Radios
" OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M. 11111
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At this time of. year, Isth Isthmians
mians Isthmians are sending pictures
of their families to friends
and relatives in the States.,
This is the group picture Lt
Col. and Mrs. Clarence B.
Hewitt of Ancon Vvill send.
The boys are Larry and
Dickie, and the Siflmesi cat
is named Ginger for no ap
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"aj.u i.iii hnwn with 'members of the Civil EnKeer$ at
. i u 'Uksk w.a hM Mt th Hotel Tivoli on Monday. Th litvite-x; I
AT ANNUAL BANQUET nant governor was guest of hanor, V
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POTTERS ENJOY Governor and Mrs. William, E. Potter enjo the Imaginative arrangements In the dried
n Allien eunu and exotio' section the Slower show given by Mrs. Pat Morgan's pupils at the USO-
nuyvrcii ; jnyvr ymca on Mon'day
HARD AT WORK
Mrs. Robert Boatwrlght of
Diablo holds Sherry Abell
jyid Will Ackerman as they
try to pay a duet at the nur nursery
sery nursery class Christmas party
of the First Baptist Church's
Sunday School at Balboa
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Hi ATrXMAS PARTY
t t ,
v k 'Z&im li ,,' tV Gala evenings
of the holiday season call for
xl AJ ...L.A
' Tasnions hk xneso. nnu wnm
lovely fashions they, are! Mere
for you are confections of nylon,
taffeta, lacer chiffon, crepe and all
the glamour fabrics, in festive
designs sure to enhance your
party life and flatter you.
See them all, choose!
until V:UU p.m.
No. 28-08 Central Are.
No. 1S-60 Tivoli Are
Sania Ail (pack floJi...
MOM DAD SIS BROTHER
Mandarin Handwoven Chinese Rugs
Livirm Room Furntshina available in
WROUGHT IRON RATTAN 1
MAHOGANY Fiberglass CHAIRS
LAMPS in all sizes shapes colors I
Available for Wall, Desk, Table and -Floor i
Wrought Iron Planters
Boxes, Single and 3 tiered
BIRD BATHS; BAR-B-Q's
BIRD CAGES' BAR WAGONS
TOYS' GALORE VELOCIPEDES
BICYCLES TABLE and CHAIRS. Sets
' AND MANY MORE...
WIN $1,500.00 in Government Bonds Redeemable at Face Value in Our Xmas Drawing
The Furniture aqd Home Furnishing Store
(MrTComfy) 4th of July Are. and "H" St. TeL J-0723
iGAMMM) "EL DIABLO"
(X qiani dock o$ gift jdsutu and. homst dsuMhahonA
Oil Paintings v
Table and Foot Lamps
Flower Pots v
Portable Bars etc. 7
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jsf a t -'
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. mrv At part PRTnra L pat
i IN FIVE MONTHS A tjreat selection of Items made la
The galleries are situated In the UJ, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal,
ft r- . same building as t England. . v ::
"EL DIABLGi FURNITURE STORE
' y -.The" House of tineleums. Picture Frames, Class and Mirrors ?
- -16-2d Central Avenue (Beside Cecilia Theatre) ,,:
Members of the Inter American Women's Club square dance at their annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party, which was held at tho Coif Club this weeltv '
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"J ' 1 1 f' V , v V i- V WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER II, M57
THB PANAMA AMKH1CAN AN INDEPENDENT PAH.T NEWSPAPER T T."""-
lobinson, Evans Mouttd ;pMkpectetom
Seeks Second Straight Win
rhDrfiM' TTnmherto Robinson and Cerveza
VHMl""v.u , . j F.
Balboa's Roosevelt Evans, the rignmanuers nu
; posed each other last Wednesday night m a game
the Smokers won 4-1, will be mound "vals agamt
tonight as Chesterfield defends its one-game lead
and second-place Cerveza lUlboa goes all out for
victory that would create a tie in the standings. To Tonight
night Tonight is ladies night. a v-
4 Last night the Beermen anrl the Carta Vieja
Yankees divided the first doubeheader of the
kmoaign Dave Benedict hurled a four-hitter in
: SShe Yanks 3-0 in the fZ
set bacKtneoeci -;-r-h. first decislon ,.
I1C Ul Vfv. j
Fuerza y Luz
Seymour Agen Agen-R.
R. Agen-R. C. Ne-HL
Robinson, in his only appearance
'this season, served notice that
. enemy hitters will find hun P
gainst the same com,
mound master of old.
Robby permitted four scattered
- singles ahd fanned nine CB bat bat-,
, bat-, ters, including hitting leader Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez twice. His control was
somewhat off as he walked six and
the lone tally scored off him was
' the product of a wild pitch.
' Evans evidently was not ready
for last Wednesday's start. He re-
tired the first two batters and
' then walked the next three before
he was taken out in the initial
- However( manager Leon Kellman
' feels that the righthander, who
toiled for Knoxville, Class A Sally
tji.mi. last summer, is in good
shape for tonight's important con-
.in sin run in the sixth stanza
f last night's seven-inning first
game broke up a scoreless pitcn pitcn-w
w pitcn-w rini between Benedict and
rw viAa atarter Bob Aylmer,
The lefty, who now sports a 3-0
record, aided hii own cause when
he led off the inning with a dou double
ble double and scored on Alonso. Brath Brath-Nraite's
Nraite's Brath-Nraite's two-bagger and the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men got their two insurance runs
in thp last frame inning contest.
Aylmer, who went all the way
for the losers, allowed eight hits as
The Yankees won the second
game 6-3 on timely hitting, good
relief pitching by Davie and the
aid of three Cerveza Balboa er-
Illinois' Bob King
To Return to Furman
As Football Coach
. GREENVILLE, S.C. (UP)-End
coach Robert B. (Bob) King of the
University of Illinois will quit his
.nnit after 11 years to return to
. (Furman University, his alma ma master
ster master as head football coach.
, s King, whose shift was announced
to Furman alumni i Monday liight,
i said he will leave Illinois "certain "certain-,
, "certain-, ly with a feeling of sadness," and
on Feb. 1 take the job of build-
'ing up Furman's sagging football
T.ar u; credited with the vic
tory after giving up all three Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men runs in the five innings he
worked. Cerveza Balboa's Winston
Brown was tne loser, m"""
parted in the third inning after
giving up the first three Yankee
tallies. ,.....j v rt.
This contest was leiuueu u,
hitting of Carta Vieja first base
man Tony Barurome am
third sacker Alonso Brathwaite.
Rartirome had four hits in five
. it T,utfl inn uniiie a
triDS lO Uic ;
teiple. Brathwaite had three singles
in live wnol.ur,.r I v,f.
nered two safeties in three at bats
in the first game to db
vidual hitting star of the night.
t, ". tt Wasted a two-run
u hi. firet of the season, in
the third inning to run his hitting
streak to seven consecutive games.
ucu rftlLEGE COACH
NEW YORK (UP) Henry
(Hank) Majeskl, who batted .282
j..j..'.iiutMs id the major
league's, succeeded Jeff Safford to to-hday
hday to-hday as baseball foach at Boston
College.' At i 4
TRIMBLE DENIES REPORT
HAMILTON, OnU'(UP) Ji
m:v.i AaiaA 4 rnnort today that
u. ...iii roiinnuish his coaching 10D
with the Grey Cup champion Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton Tigercats to accept a siimlar
with the Chicago -Cardmals
Of the National Football League
unnnnK FOR BRUNDAGE
' NEW YpRK (UP)- The Sports Sportsmanship
manship Sportsmanship Brotherhood will honor
Avery Brundage, president of the
International Olympic Committee,
and Dan Ferris, Secretary of the
AAU, at its annual awara iuncn
eon on J?n. 23.
' SITINS SIGN- FLOWERS
' Washington (UP)- Halfback
Stan Flowers of Georgia Tech, the
Five High Averages Baker
196. C6ffey 193, Kunwi ioi, "u-
.fiel 186 Cascio 186.
Bowling for uie last urae w
1957, the Major League is reach reaching
ing reaching the half way mark ( and the
statistics shape up as follows.
High Average Baker Home 196
Hi Team Series El Rancho 2882
Hi Tear Game Ne-Hi 1104
Hi Scries-iBest Luck S 679
Hi Game Lane Europea 270.
Pan-Am Jtt 2 H. I. Homa 2
tv,o loaHnrs took on the last
place quinte and it looked like
an upset was in the offing when
the underdogs took the first tw9
games, to make it six in a row
that the-Pan-Am Jets dropped
But rallying Demnu uw
game the an-Am Jets tPP
t,ir ineinff streak and took tne
last game with enough margin to
take total pins. The Jets increas increased
ed increased their league lead to three
Pints-. v.l-. BH
The league leaaims
Baker of H. I. Homa was the top
man for both sides with 576 se
ries, and Carmen cascio uki
a low 139 game came u.- o-'s
and was tops for the Jets with
tuuor; CUUKWU aAKOtANI 1 I
Who x zrimH tnr
PANAMA- PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
CV CB C W L
;2 2 4 2
Cerveza Balboa ... 1
Carta Vieja ........ 1
FrnR rrfakfr Panama fdatherwclcht weightllfting champion Angel Famlgliettl
'Sfes wh rStcWnrSft record-breaking total- of 195 pounds during the RP national
?hfotishios last Sunday Famlgliettl. one of the world's best in his division, also Mter Mter-tiS&M
tiS&M Mter-tiS&M -iMn marks. He .pressed 205 to surpass by a one-and-one-hall
?pdi--.thS Vavtour ttatlu, improved his snatch by five pounds and was one-half
pound better than -his own record of 2b5 for theclean and Jerk. Famigllett s lift of 265
pounds was more than doupie im own poay wbibul.
LA Dodgers Move Step Closer
To Use of Famous Rose
,11 11 1
, r TONICHT'iS.CArvlES $
): At5lcp!c Stadlurn: Ch'esterfield (Robinson 1-03 ; X-
. Game; time 8 o'clock, j
1 -V' LAST NIGHT'S' RESULTS l)
Cerveza Balboa 3-3 Carta Vieja 0-6
PA A. Cascio 547, Albritton ;
472," Sullivan 478, Nunes 468, Lo Lo-wande
wande Lo-wande 488. H. T. Homa Phl
498, Glud 415, Kiumpp
576, Jamisor 510.
Futna y Lux 3 Lucky Strik 1
: The Fuerza y Luz Kilowatts had
plenty of voltage when they roll rolled
ed rolled 1010 in the first game, they
lost some of the charge in the
second with 925, ana pom w
were good for two points. B u t
Ihe Lucky Strike threw in the
iJLh .nd took the last. game.
However, the Kilowatts had e-
nough reserve to w
plRoUienGleichman, Fuerza y Luz
powerman electrocuted the oppo oppo-...;u
...;u oppo-...;u i vs.uire series OI
fii'and a game, but still
lost Wt top T honors in both, when
another $ of lanes. 265 was post
ed and 657 series. "i t"'c:.u 5
if Karl Best with 578.
lF and fr Boyer 550 Dav.
543, Wallace 453. Fistonich 5 81
Gteichman 632 Lucky StrAe-Soy-ster
548. Voss 478, Samaniego 522,
Morrow561 Best 578.
European Furniture 3
Seymour Agncy 1
By Conrado Sargeant
Kine reolaces Homer B. Hobbs, second draft choice of the Wash
whose teams have won five games ington Redskins, has signed a con con-and
and con-and lost 23 in his three seasons tract with them for the 1958 sea sea-at
at sea-at Furman. His contract expires son. He is the iirst Redskin rookie
Dec. 31 without any move to re-, to agree to terms for the forth-
it s an
old friend 19
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ft tall triangular f tV
Seymour, previous week's run run-neruppers,
neruppers, run-neruppers, slipped to third place
when the European Furniture
Salesmen sold them down the riv river
er river for three points. Only in the
middle did Seymour Premiums put
on a spurt towin their solitary
The Europeans could not afford
to lose and tney am urn,
it would have meani u.e
Outside of Bob Toland of Euro Euro-pea
pea Euro-pea no one was warm, because
next in line was Seymour s Don
Rudy with 515. It was one f
those rare occasions when Bill
Coffey did not break 500..
Seymour Rudy- 515 Bowers
441, Sates 506, Graham 476, Cof Cof-ley
ley Cof-ley 491 Europea Toland 5 6 0,
Fernandez 465, L e l d n e r 488,
Schmidt 474 Lane 507.
Fourteen thoroughbreds were
nominated for the $3,000 added one-
mile and one-eighth New Year Day
Classic at the President Kemon
Unbeaten Santurron tops the list,
but reliable sources have informed
us that the classy Argentine cpit
will not start. Trasgo, one of the
hpst horses now performing at Bue
nos Aires racetracks, will defend
the colors of Mrs. Loly Lazzarin
and her husband, Silvio.
Trasgo, which wound up fifth re recently
cently recently in Argentine's biggest horse
race the Carlos' Pellegrini Classic
reportedly cost bis owner' twice
as much as Santurronv If he starts,
he will become the most expensive
horse ever to race in Panama.
The entries end their- weight
alignments for the New Year'
Day Classic: Santurron, 124;
Double Feur, 118; ,Play; Boy, 115;
Trasgo, 115; Melendei, 113; Ga Ga-vilan,
vilan, Ga-vilan, 113; Horacio, lUj-Posible-mente,
112; King's Park, 106;
Sculptor, 106; Geyser, 106; Batal Batal-lon,
lon, Batal-lon, 106; Contralor, 104, and
Crews Hill, 103.
2i days because of pulling up lame
and being in poor physical condition.
Garramuflo received a 15-day tne Dodgers on possible use of the
suspension for pulling up lame. stadium.
Fru F?u also got zi aays ana
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18 (UP) (UP)-The.
The. (UP)-The. Los Angeles Dodgers today
moved a step closer to possible use
of Pasadena's world-famous Rose
Bowl as a temporary home until
they can build their own baseball
The board of directors of the
neighboring city voted 6-1 late yes yesterday
terday yesterday to authorize their city man
ager to enter into negotiations with
Tony Galento Says He Could
Run' Guys Like Rock Hudson,
Rob;ert Taylor Out of Acting
R. C. He-Hi 4 El Rancho 0
Fuerza y Luz won three points
with 2758 total but El Rancho
dropped four with ; 2750. S a nta
Claus came early to the R u e
Hi's and showered his blessings
on Al Todd with a 657 series and
v....ir AimoHi with 653. of which
one game was 265. Both of these
aided the Ne-His tremendously.
At present the soft drinkers are
v. kntisct foam in the loop ex-
i ihnir winning streaK to
t cf wk thev toppled he
league leaders" for loai Ed Kun Kun-...
... Kun-... i?i Patirho' best with
tf ti The Ne-Hi winning spurt has
I put them in first division o n l y
Might Points out first place.
and yet a monm agu r
deep in the cellar.
El Rancho Roger. 525 s Minor
. nt..r. Kunkel. 571 Ricn-
a,rdson '56i Ne-Hi-Allen 560,
tenberger 488, ueu ao,
Jockevs scrupulously observed
the rules over the weekend and;
not a single suspension was meted.
However, several horses were sus suspended
pended suspended because of lameness, other
ailments and fractiousness.
Verygood was set down 15 days
for hleedine from the nose.
Gloria M was ordered scratched
by the track's veterinarian and
nlaced under the vet s care.
Persiflage got 15 days for pull pulling
ing pulling uji lame after finishing third.
Money Maker suffered a dislocat dislocated
ed dislocated joint, torn tendon and possible
fracture of the sesamoia Done in
his right leg. The vet recommend
ed that the Peruvian-orea norse oe
barred from racing,
will be placed under orders of the i
veterinarian after serving her sus-
Joe was suspended indefinitely
for once more refusing to start, i
The stewards; have placed, Joe's
case before the Gambling Control
Board because he is apparently in-
Unbeaten Janlna, theElefa br&
there' wonder fiUy.' and the Stud
Los Siete's Henco will riot partici
pate m the $5,000 added one-mire
Christmas Classic for natives.
Henco is being treated for a minor
ailment while Janina apparently is
not in tip-top racing condition.
Consequently fans will have to
wait, a little longer for the eagerly-awaited
clash between Janina
and her brilliant stablemate Ej Ej-teban.
teban. Ej-teban. Romaneero, also unbeaten,
will run in an entry with Este-ban.
Other scheduled starters in netft
Wednesday's big race are the Stud
La Pomarada s' entry of coral ana
Destello, the Stud .Quiteno's San San-dokan
dokan San-dokan and Augusto W. Newman's
small but distance-loving Apache. 1
Eight Argentine thoroughbreds
were scheduled to be auctioned this
afternoon in the President Renion
racetrack's paddock. Six colts and
two fillies form the group of two-year-olds.
Twelve more youngsters
ili be auctioned soon alter men
Xixtularis, Pastoreo and Pan
Tostado are the three best-looking
ones in the group. The others are
Deunealope, Platano, urote, Ma
Mrs. Halligan was suspended for nuela Pedraza and La Fama.
Nor tli Carolina Leads
UP Basketball Ratings
.w i i i-. i i i A, L i LA.
en Cnrfnff.ip.ld 59
MOISU "l""-.---, ,. r,
Georgetown (u. t WI
Georgia Tech 61 Baylor
Memphis St. 70 Citadel $4
W. Kentucky 96 Hardin-Sim. 60
Phillips Oilers 78 Auburn 54 ,
Texas Teen 7 wjuin.u. v. .
Miss. South. 68 SouE'rn Louusi. 63
Tulane 85 Centenary 75
Mississippi 81 David Lipscomb 59
Creighton 69 St: MichaeTs 51
IlUnOlS M WHOrauu -ra i
Wisconsin 67 Rice 62
Wichita 81 Iowa
Nebraska 68, Denver 63
SMU 65 Kentucky 64 V
Kansas St. 63 Arkansas 48
N. Mex AiM 60 New mejuco 49
they'll face either sixth-r a n k e d
Kentucky, extra tough on its home
court, or 14th ranked West Vir
ginia, Saturaay nignt.
Maryland's advance was made
primarily on the basis of its 71-62
triumph over Kentucky at Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, Ky., last Monday and means
that North Carolina has a new
challenger for national honors
right in its-own? Atlantic Coast
Conference back yard.
Cincinnati crashed the top 10 on
the strength of its victory in the
Cincinnati invitational lournamem
last weekend and also boasts a
brilliant newcomer in sophomore
Oscar Bobinson. Seattle moved up
from 13th to eighth a-ter upsetting
Bradley New 11th
Rradlev. Temo'.e and Notre
Dame all lost their places in the
top 10, Bradley dropping to litn,
Temple to 13th and Notre Dame
to a tie for 19th. .,?;:.-
Kansas, which nas not iea t mce
the ratings of last Jan. 14, plays
Washington and California next
Friday and Saturday and then
rami the Bic Seven Tournament.
Kansas State plays the same two
Pacific Coast Conference oppo
nents this weekend. San Francis-
Co and Seattle collide in tne uiue-
graSS lOUmimeni ai tummy mc,
Kv Fridav niEht : .1 ? --.
It's entirely possible, therefore,
that the ratines wi 1 undergo one
e!, their biggest shakeupt since
North, Carolina replaced Kansas
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UP) North Car-
o'ina's defending national champi champions
ons champions received a solid vote of confi confidence
dence confidence from the United Press
Board of. Coaches toaay De ore
taking on their toughest assign assignment
ment assignment since the 1956-57 NCAA tour
Coach Frank McGuire's Tar-
hPKls about to risk their 36-game
winning streak in the Kentucky In Invitation
vitation Invitation Tournament.held a 40-
point lead over Kansas in the
United iress couege oasseiuau
Behind Kansas in the current
ratings came Kansas State with
222 ppints, San Fraficisco. with 199,
Michigan State with 162, Kentucky
with 116, Cincinnati with 91, Se-
attie witn 66, Maryiana wim o
and UCLA with 58. North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina had 22 first-olace votes. Kan
sas had eicht and Kansas State,
San Francisco. Michigan State,
Kentucky and Cincinnati one eacn.
' " h
Maryland, Cincinnati Cain
The biff eainers were' seventh-
ranked Cincinnati, which came up
from 17th, and Maryland, which
rose to No. 9 after being un
North Carolina, which has beat
en four soutnern opponent m rel relatively
atively relatively easy victories this season,
will take on l6th-ranked Mipneso Mipneso-ta
ta Mipneso-ta (3-0) on the iirst round -of the
r 4 1 SViilatf nitfhf
Should tie Tarhee s -win that one, at the top of the list last season.
The vote drew the quick re re-pense
pense re-pense of spokesman Arthur (Red)
Patterson that "The Los Angeles
Dodgers, are plea&ed, with the ac action
tion action f the Pasadena board if di- j
rectors in extending the hospital hospitality
ity hospitality of their Rosa Bowl."
He said Dodger president Walter
O'Malley would, hold ;j meeting:
witlv'askdena City Manager Don
C. McMillan to. "arrange the proce procedure
dure procedure of negotiations." ,
Patterson pointed out that for
use of atemporary basis, the Rose
Bowl is well suited to traaitjonai
major .league standards." '-, ...
Although the Doagers said that
the willingness of Pasadena to ne'g-
otiater did not mean final decision
has been reached for the club to
use the stadium, observers felt it
was a" step in that direction and a-
way from the possibility of using
the Los Angeles Memorial coli
Advantaees of the Rose Bowl o
ver the Coliseum as a temporary
site until the Dodgers can build
their own stadium included less re remodeling
modeling remodeling required, a north-south
diamond area, and ample parking
space.' Disadvantages were a Itfrk
of public transportation from Los
Angeles, few access roads to the
canyon in which the Bowl is sit situated
uated situated and the distance from down downtown
town downtown Los Angeles, about 10 miles.
At the Rose Bowl, however, the
Dodgers would run into less con
flict with other regularly scheduled
events. Memorial Coliseum is used
by the two local colleges, the Los
Angeles Rams pro tootoaii team
and "slso for Fourth of July fire
works celebration, requiring several
days of preparation.-
V ,, T,
Ride To Terminus Of
bJ OSCAR FRALEY
NEW IyORK UPp, Two-Ton
Tony Gilento made it known to today,
day, today, to all the movie producers in
TCrnA that if they were smart
ST. olsonaUy," pould run guys
like Rock Hudson ind Robert Tay Tay-lor
lor Tay-lor riaht out of the acting ring.
10P eS have wbnderedfor years
It? w was that Tony had.
i.uZ ...m Hiti. a barrel has that
SrgatKelMw to the oppo;
v. 6.J ...Kiti ia known as it.
,T4int to try my hand at a
leading role because rmlW;
what appeals to women,' admits
Tony -whose greatest acting feat
.. was making in turn
like a boxer and wrestler;
? Draws The Ladies
nm.n T travel around the coun
try as guest referee at pro wres wres-:ti
:ti wres-:ti rvrnmoters tell me
that niore wtfmen tumtout tmm
in" thsn, at anv other
time, -.1 If anybody, .wro
enouM to star me in
..rFv,.i wk the women to
This, it mism uc -said
without the semblance of a
blTowy, it must be admitted, nev never
er never was the fading violet type. He
ThB' one role Tomr doesn't
want to play. That's the leid in
hia own life storv. He does think
that someone like Marlon Brando
orYul Brynner might be aole to
handle, the part with some degree
of satisfaction. r?
tjf i played it," says -the 250 250-pound
pound 250-pound Tony, admitting that hft has
toe histrionic aDinty as weu as
the- slightly altered original face,
"the director might expect me to
diet; for the youthful scenes.''
Aldng The Fairways
announced in nd uncertain terms
back in 1939 that he was going to
flatten "a bum" named Joe Louis.
He flattened him, but not for long
.nA,mh Tho lrarp joe aiuoc ,iu
great indignation and belted Tony
rUtm limhr. in the fourth heat.
But Tonyf who drew great per personal
sonal personal rave notices for his dramat-,
ic talents in "On The Waterfront,"
ic Uia nprsnnification of poise 8S
he readies himself for what is de described
scribed described as a "key role'' m a forth forth-rnminir
rnminir forth-rnminir celluloid epic titled
"Across the Everglades,
Joins Burl Ives
Jt is not set forth whether he
is playing an alligator such as he
hspH to wrestle' But "Other stars
in the trek through the palmettos
are Burl Ives, a two-tonner with,
out scar tissue, and Gypsy Rose
Lee, who could probably belt them
FORT AMADOR GOLF CLUB i
A full handicap tournament will
be, held at the JForfc Anjador Golf
Club all day Saturday and Sun-,
dav. Dec. 21 and 22.
- The tournament will consist 'of
foursomes., with a fifteen pound
iturkew hein awarded to the win
ner ',-Mi esen' foursome. Handicaps
win do as oi vec. w. ine emry
fee wity be one dollar, but if a
play'eri, elects to: play on both
days. Dec. 21 and 22 he will pay
the- enry fee each time he plays.
rvo participant may .win more
than one turkey. ,
If a flayer has difficulty, in ar-
ranging a fburome he should con-
tact the club manager' wtio wtn
gladly '-make the necessary e" e"-rangeni'ents
rangeni'ents e"-rangeni'ents for a foursome All
club members are eiigime wwi. e"-
couratred to comoete. so- call sna
arrange for a starting time now.
AMADOR WOMEN'S GOLF NEWS
; In the regular tournament held
at the Amador Golf Club last week,
Peart Trim came in with a neat
round of 79 to take low gross prize.
The tournament was match play
against par with handicap. Bey
Dilfer shot an 85 and finished 3 up
on par to gain first low net. Jo
Alexander won second when she
finished 1 up on par. For third
)lacelthere was a tie between Eve
Monteath and Gladys Wiley.
Marge -Sewell won the putting
prize Vith 32 putts.
There will be a model play tour tournament
nament tournament for tomorrow.
Last Sunday morning. group
of voune men got together and
decided that the time had come
for them to get away from the
strains of civilization ana get out
into open unexplored country founa
arnund the Zone. ''.
So, at a predetermined tme,
wen of these voune men mount
ed their, trusty -motorcycles nH
set off to see these neretoiore un
seen sights in, the direction m
Chepo. Upon arrival at the said
burgh, someone, suggested that
thev continue on to the end of
Inter-American Highway, and then
return to Chepo.,; : if i
At the beginning of the Darien
can. some of the riders suggest
ed a swim, which was no sooner
'said than done. After. refreshing
themselves they returned to cneno
where they were joined they three
latecomers, sna then tne 1 1 a e
proceeded to Tocumen Falls where
again all plunged Into the cool
waters found there-' ft f
We would like to take this Op-li
portunity to invite any mowrcy
lists who wish to go on these
hHki inri the mirnose of the
ril Tnna Mnfnrcvrle UUO IS
to promote Interest in sale or??
nized mootrcycling ia an around
the Zone.- -..w r -r r:
These rides are scheduled for
the second or third Sunday -each
month. For more informa information,
tion, information, ask any of the ridersjn the
Zone.- y: , " ""
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JUI fANAJMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER "V
PAGE ELEVEN I
AL Earned Run CHamp
9i If. rt w a
CHICAGO, Dec. 18 V?) Llfr
tie Bobby ShanU of th Ynkes,
the comeback king of the majors,
was certified as the American
League earned run chamDion today
for his mark of 2.45, the best he
ever posted during his up-and-down
Sullivan of the Red Sox, 2.73, and
Bunning, with a won-lost slate of
20-8, and southpaw Billy Pierce,
wun a 20-12 record, were the cir
cuit s omy 20-game winners, as
compared ith siX pitchers who
career." reached lhat bracket
The 32-year-old ShantaH yielded Early Wynn. recently traded bv
only 47 earned runs in 173 innings the Indians to the White Sox, fell
uus year wnne winning u games.rrom tbe 20-game circle with a 14
RUNNER-UP' HONORS Although C Stry 784th AAA Bn., Fort Clayton didn't win too hon honors
ors honors in the Inter-Service Volleyball Tournament held at the Balboa YMCA-USO last week,
they did JlbiBb second and so doin ;,garnere4 some ipe trophies. Proudly grouped around
their trophies are left to right kneeling: Sfc, Miguel 'Botoraayor, Sp3 Markas Medlar Sp3
rharlft Leonard. so3 Prank Ruiz and Sd3 Raymond Ramczyk. Left' to right standing: Sfc
K. C. Musgrove, Pfc. Richard Kettell, Pfc. Feirell Randell,, Sp3 Wilbur Canada ;and Master
Sergeant William Jarvis. v c:'.' tj,.my- rami
The soft clopnity-clop-clop of the
roiters heat an ominous rhythm
s they continue to press tne
kew Vork betting market.
Year by year they narrow tne
foilar gap. In '5 tbe,round-num-
er total bet on the trots vwas
million as aeautst $382 mil
on on the flatsi a difference of
b.57 million. This past season the
omparative were $387, $416, $29.
A tremendous shut percentage
wise tor six short seasons. And if
fie upswing continues at this rate
is clear me trots must soon
like a commanding position. In
e next year of two. quite possi-
hose weird." whirring sounds
4u hear come from August Bel-
A font's granite tomb.1 In the foun-
M itr's H.nv jnv inHniHtinfl that the
yn" xair uuguies iiugui even
lliailenge the sport of kings
jtffcPavii teen: too preppstereuf
Now it has become more than
4 potential cnaiienge n is a po positive,
sitive, positive, immediate threat. Nor is
ll necessary to iook tar ior me
Applanation. While the thorough
NroH nonnla talkprf nf dream
1 tracks, the standard bred people
becomes increasingly tighter, the
annual August black out, which
is devoted to traditional rituals in
up state Saratoga, leaves common
sense hanging on the ropes. Lit Little
tle Little as we know of business, we
are reasonably sure no merchant
prospers' by closing his doors anl
inviting his customers to take
their trade elsewhere.
We prefer the flats to the trots,
as do many .others. Yet we are
hot blind to the fact the a far
greater number are primarily 'at-
tracted by aw opportunity to bet,
and care not whether the me-1
dium is nmners, trotters or ca caterpillars.
terpillars. caterpillars. The trotting people
know this. It's time the running
people found it out.
SHRINE DRILLS OPEN
MIAMI (UP Kv" Practice, opens
today for 45 college players sched
ttled to compete in the North-
South Shrine football game in the
urange Howl on unnstmas mgnt,
The entire South squad, and
coach Bobby Dodd of Georgia
Tech were scheduled to arrive to today,
day, today, as were halfback Dick Lynch
and end Dick randemst of No
tre Dame, both members of the
and losing five, according to offi
rial figures .released by .the Howe
News Bureau. ; r
It marked a complete turnabout
for the little lefty who won only
two games and lost seven for Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City in 1956, and finished with
a 4.37 ERA.', Shantz'- earned run
mark of 2.45 this vear even sur
passed the 2.48 average he com compiled
piled compiled with the Philadelphia Athle Athletics
tics Athletics in 1952 when he won 24 eames
and was voted the league's most
valuable player. i
-" Another Yankee pitcher; rlght rlght-hander.Tom
hander.Tom rlght-hander.Tom Sturdivant, finiihd
runntrup te Shantz with an earn
;ed run mark of 2.54. Stvrdivanf
wen U fames and lest enly six
te tie Dick Donovan of the White
Sox for the best won-lost per.
centage. Beth had marks ef .727,
Apart from Shantz and Sturdi-
vant, only four other pitchers who
worked at least 154 innings check'
ed in with earned run marks of
better than 3.00. They were Jim
Bunning of Detroit, 2.70; Bob Tur Tur-ley
ley Tur-ley ot.the Yankees, 2.71; Frank
17 record,, but captured the strike
out title by fanning 184 batters. The
husky, strong-armed right-hander
also faced the most batsmen, 1,019,
started the; most games, 37... and
gave up the most hits, 270.
. George Zuverink, Baltimore's
relief ee;, werketf, In the most,
games; 54, while Pierce and Don!
even hurled the most complete
games, 14 apiece.
On the debit side of the ledeer.
Rsy Moore, acquired by the White
Sox- from the Orioles, recently, is
sued the most walks,112; Cal Mc Mc-Lish
Lish Mc-Lish of ,' Cleveland -uncorked the
most wild, pitches, eight;, Frank
Lary of Detroit hit' the most bat batters,
ters, batters, 12. and Pedro Ramos of the
Senators allowed the most homers,
43, a new league record.
Left-hander Chuck Stobbs of
Washington lost the most Eames.
20, and yielded the most runs, 140.
xne Yankees' pitching staff was
the best in the league with a com composite
posite composite earned run averase of 3.00.
Chicago was second with 3.34 and
Baltimore third with 3.46.
built them. 1
I Roosevelt Racewsv is' avant
gird in beauty size and comiort.
fy honkers, opening in the spring,
'f n ill hj no less modern, commo commo-jj
jj commo-jj A ous and appealing, But it will
1 hi '59 before New Aqueduct is
ffi'n ady fo- the flats, and while the
I ti ack will be a decided improve improve-1
1 improve-1 'nent over the old, in design and
H f( cilities, it still will be just an an-il
il an-il 0 her conventional racing lay out.
B Plans for Belmont ars more
I efcborate and the probability is
tl at when finishing toucnes are
a iplies it will take its place with
tl a nation's best. But that won't
t next year, or we fear, the
y :ar after. In Jockey Club circles
si eed is confined to the racing
Slow but sure may be an ad-
n irable way of life m tne turtle
i lgdom h it in the cirfcumtancs
.iv i deal with here rll it can do
(is make more customers for the
,tr its', new ones as well as con-
RVe are certain that John Hayes
sjd his associates in the multi-14
'iiiiidieu nouDrojil u 1 o u y, uuw
r) arged with the conduct of our
f 1: t racine, realize tbey Ijave
in ht on their hands. W h e t h e-r
thsy realize the magnitude, 'I4st
to tiething. else; again. V
They WariTte Bet lH
ew fighters' emerge victorious,,
nt to say triumohant, if Mr.
Ti rker will permit," by repeatedly
leaving openings for their oppo?
pants. By the time New Belment
is refurbished the novelty of
mbdernism in tracks will have
baen worn thin, its sales appeal
In a fight where the pressure
Fine Goods, Tee
Of course, the trotting people
have a major edge. They race at
nightf Bat- then whey raced", at
night In the 40s when a $5 mil
lion handle and a season's attend attendance
ance attendance of 200,000 constituted brisk
business They've come fsrst. Rel Relatively,
atively, Relatively, the running people have
1 1t isn't as though the running
ceonle don't have a good pro
duct., Their past season, in fact;
was distinguished for quality of
stock and keenness of competition.
Not in, years have the programs
been joi such consistently high or order.
der. order. And if public resnonse, on
the whole, was goodv it could
hc?ve been a great deal better.
In competitive business promo
tion and exploitation are highly
essential. In this respect,, the run running
ning running people have also been defi
cient. 'A good product wont sell
itself, nor will it move on narrow
budget and muted horns. Hew
would we know about tired blood
if it weren't for Gentol? (Bally
hoo spelled sideways.)
Harold Feeney Gets
OREGON IN GOOD SHAPE
' EUGENE, Ore. (UP )r Oregon,
described by coach Len Casanova
a; in good physical condition for
its jtose isowi game against Ohio
btate, was busy with term exam examinations
inations examinations today instead of football
Casanova said his sauad will
leave by plane for Los Angeles on
saturaay and undergo 10 practice
Sessions during the 11 days there.
Harold H. Eeeyney, chief of the
Canal's Contract and Inspection
Division, has received from the
Fort Amador GoK" Club a certifi certificate
cate certificate making him a member in
good standing of the Hole-in-one
Chib, at 4hat course, y i ;
FeeneyBiade his hole-in one
on the 175-yard thirteenth hoe.
He used ; a No. 3 wood for his
accomplishment of the feat that
is one of the pinnacles of golf.
Playine with him at the time
to attest the score was one of the
Canal a top f lite accountants. Ar
thur J. O'Leary, assistant comptroller-accounting.
Others in the
foursome were F. G. Dunsmoor,
administrative Assistant in the
Governor's Of ice, and W. D.
Hardie, of the Administrative
FINALS CURTAIL OSU DRILLS
r. COLUMBUS. Ohi (VP) N-
tonal r;cln mbibh Ohio Statfc wa x
hstedV for only one pre-Kose Bowl
loomaii practice this week because
or final examinations.
Coach Woody- Hayes said the
aucKeyes would noid a light work workout
out workout on Wednesday and will leave
aaturaay tor Pasadena, qalit
VOLS TAKE YULE VACATION
KNOXVlLLE, Tenn. (UP)-Uni-versity
of Tennessee footbaU play players
ers players were under instructions today
tot work out at their homes in
preparation for their Gator Bowl
game against Texas A and M.
The Vol team will not renKsem,
ble until Dec. 23, then will go by
train 10 jacKsonvrie, la.,sfor a
full workout there on Christmas
i0UkE GOES TO WORK
DURHAM. N.C. (UPV-Jt's hack
to hard work today in two-a-day
drills for Duke's Orange Bowl Bowl-bound
bound Bowl-bound football team.
The Blue Devils wound up the
first stage of their workouts for
the big game against Oklahoma
wnn a full-scale scrimmage Sat-
uraay against a freshman team
using Oklahoma formations.
Russ Evans will get another shot
against the Smokers tonight.
Last Wednesday night, he failed
to last out the first inning, depart
ing in favor of Carlos Thorne. His
opponent tonight again will be
Humberto Robinson and it i hoped
that the tables will turn with the
Beermeri coming out on top,
thereby cutting the Smokers' lead
to half a game.
' The Beermen earned a split In
last night's twin bill when. Dave
Benedict again shut out the Carta
Vieja Yankees. It was the third
win for the balding 27-year-old
southpaw, and not a Yankee run runner
ner runner was able to reach third base,
with only three getting as far as
Four singles were all the Yan
kees could collect against his
slants. He gave up three walks,
striking out three. Benedict, so far.
has pitched a, total of 25 innings.
ail aeamst Joe memo s club, in
which fie has been scored upon
twice. He has not given up a single
run in the last 16 innings. The
first pitcher in the league to win
three games, he Has the fine earn
ed run average 01 .072. ,
Alonse Brathwaite, Beermen
hot corner guardian, snapped out
of a batting slump last night by
hitting a single in -the. fourth
inning of the first game of the
double-headed. Previous te that
the scrappy Brathwaite had gene
19 times to bat without getting
hif. His last base blew had been
a heme, run on De. 3.
In all, the 25-year-old infield infield-er
er infield-er collected five hits In eight at
bats, boosting his average from
.125,-before game time, te en ap appreciable
preciable appreciable .250.
Big leaguer Hector Lopez has
now hit safely in seven straight
games. In the first game he col collected
lected collected a double and a single off
the Yankees! Bob Aylmer, and in
the afterpiece he batted in his sixth
and seventh run when he connect connected
ed connected for his first home run of the
season with a mate on base.
Long-ball hitting was responsible
for five of the sixCerveza Balboa
tallies scored last night. Two dou doubles,
bles, doubles, one by Benedict and the oth
er by Brathwaite broke the score
less deadlock in the sixth inning of
the opener, and a Grenald's two two-base
base two-base blast into, the left field pock pocket
et pocket plated the other two which serv
ed as insurance In the seventh.
Clem Moore, Beerman short shortstop
stop shortstop had a most miserable night
at the plate. He drew the collar
in eiflht tries, three in the first
game end five in the second. In
the opener he was the lone strike
out victjm of Yankee starter Bob
Aylmer,. and the after-piece saw
hint bouncing into three double double-plays
plays double-plays te throttle Cerveie Balboa
Edgardo McColliiis. ninch-hitt-
ing in the ninth for the Beermen,
singled sharply to left for his first
hit as a pro-leaguer. He is a big
six-footer and weight a good 185
lbs. One of the best prospects com coming
ing coming from the Gold Coast, along
with Rodman Nafiez, he constitut constituted
ed constituted Colon's one-two punch in seve several
ral several inter-provincial series.
; PAYMASTERS Cleveland's Browns head for the National Football League jackDot with
. Quarterback Tommy O'Connell, left, and Jimmy Brown, a bulldozer listed as a fullback
handling the money plays. O'Connell, formerly of Illinois, was rated average at first but
blossomed as Brown, fresh from Syracuse, broke records and paved way for passing attack.
It's time to step up to
In the Beermen's 6 to 3 defeat
in the afterpiece, starter Winston
Brown again failed to go the route
on account of wildness. He depart departed
ed departed in the big third when the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees scored three times. A bases bases-loaded
loaded bases-loaded double by Chet Boak de decreed
creed decreed his eviction.
In the two and two thirds in
nings he pitched, he was touched
for three hits, made one wild pitch
and walked five. To date Brown
has walked more batters than anv
other Pro League pitcher, having
issued a total of 20 free tickets.
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Navy football squad nursed a few
the squad's first contact drill, in
preparation for its Cotton Bowl
game against Rice.
Coach Eddie Erdelatz managed
to get the team out 'or an hour
and a half workout Monday be before
fore before darkness set in.
FREE SHOTS COUNT
Cincinnati (NE A) The Royals
outscored all but three opponents
from the floor in their first 18
games, but lost eight times be because
cause because of foul shooting once get
ting only 20 free throws compared
to 56 by the St. Louis Hawks.
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. THIS SPACE IS FOR.SALE f I A N ' I rl ' FOR. INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Baldwin'! furnished apartments
t Santa Clan Beech. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3661.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa CUr.. Bo 1890 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. R. do P. Phon.PM.rn.
3-1877, Cristobal 8-U73.
SHAPNEL'S furnishtd homei, on
beach. Phone Thopmion. Balbo.
FOSTER'S Cottaoet and Lars
Beach Houie. One mile part the
Catino. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Newly built chalet
living-dinini room 2 bedroomi
with modern cloteti. Maid room
with wviee, garage. 90 St. Eart.
San Francisco de la Caleta. Pa Panama
nama Panama R. P. Call 2-1757 Pana-
mK. After 6:30 p.
FOR RENT: Beginning February
the lit for 4 monthi or more,
furnithed reiidence, televiiion.
Exclusive reiidential area. Phone
FOR RENT: Two urniihed
bourn, two bedrooma, chalet
Cvle. 48th, street Uruguay No.
. i .. ... . a l fiO
25, Bella vnta. ifi. j-
FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooma
$85.00. San Francisco. Phone
FOR RENT: 2 large furnished
rooms with private bathrooms,
completely independent, Bella
Vista, near Via Espana, Prefer Preferably
ably Preferably 2 bachelors. Phone 3-1038.,
FOR RENT: living-room-bedroom,
furnished. Furnished room
in residential home. 45th atreet
No 4-107, Bell. Vista.
WANTED: Vacation quarters
for bachelor. Inmediate oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. Telephone 1530 Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, office hours.
Auto Rov? No. 27-29
Size Black White Wall
600 x 16 1 7.95
650 x 16 18.95
6-o x is 18.95 21.95
710 x is 19.95 22.95
:eo x is 21.95 25.05
soo x is 26.5 28.95
820 x is 27.95 29.95
Mt MM M MCmT M
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1 il wyym
7th St. fcnd Bolivar Av.
No. 6075 COLON
ATTENTION, O. I.I Just buiN
modern furnished .p.rtmenti. I.
2 bedrooma. hot. cold water
Phono Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT: A decoratar's own
apartment, completely furnished
3 bedrooms with our condition,
television, water heater freeier
and beautiful decorative orna ornaments.
ments. ornaments. Call 5 to 7 p.m. 3-0581.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment near bus line with rock rock-gat
gat rock-gat and light. Via Porras 1 1 4
San Francisco. $75.00. Tel. 3 3-2628.
2628. 3-2628. FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM
apartment, completely furnished.
Clean, cool, quiet, beautiful
view. Near Hotel Et Panama.
Army inspected. $55.00. Call
Mr. Idol. Tel. Gamboa 462 or
181 after 7:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room with bath,
living and dining room, balcony.
Campo Alegre. phone Panama
3-7192. 3:00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern one bed--room
with built-in kitchenette
(stove refrigerator, cabinet, hot
water). Campo Alegre. Phone
Panama 3-7192. 3:00 p.m. to
FOR RENT: Beautiful one
bedroom new apartment. Via
Porras No.64, Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: 2 Lunurious apart apartments.
ments. apartments. 2 bedrooms in Eiparta
Building. The most modern in
the city. Rieardo Arias Street,
be'ides Raymond Clinic. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 rooms. 462-B La Ca Ca-rrasquilla.
rrasquilla. Ca-rrasquilla. FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom, modern apartment,
garage. All conveniences. 168
Vi- Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Site for office,
warehouse, store, Calle "Q" op opposite
posite opposite Estadio NaCional. Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, in Pueblo Nuevo,'$20.00,
monthly. Phone 3-0983.
COLON STOR STOR-12th
12th STOR-12th St. and Amador
Tel. 1087 -L
o With Old Tires
No Mounting Charge
e Credit if Desired
Siie Black White Wall
670 x is 21.95 24.95'
710 x is 22.95 26.45
760 x is 24.95 29.45
soo x is 20.95 32.95
820 x is 30.45 33.95
Ihe Bella Vlsie TBeeire. uiMmi
FOR. SALE:- 1951 Willy, ieep
station wagon, good mechanical
condition, Monable for cash
delivery Dee, 30th. Harris,
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury Tu Tudor.
dor. Tudor. $450. See at 91 3-B. Rous Rousseau.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford 4. doer,
station wagon., Fordomatie
transmission, power steering ant?
brakes. Loaded with extras. Low
mileage. Ph. 2119, Albrook.
Will trade for older model.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4-door, power glide,
5200 miles. Excellent condition.
$1995. Balboa 3444.
FOR SALE: .Pontiae 1950, 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, automatic transmision,
duty paid. Excellent buy $350.
FOR SALE: A station wagon in
excellent condition $2300.00.
FOR' SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Coupe, automatic, low mileage.
Original owner. Household
Goods. Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe. 4200 miles, last
chance before duty goea up.
Reasonable price. Call Navy Pa Pacific
cific Pacific 2390.
FOR SALE: 1957 Lincoln Pre Premiere
miere Premiere 300 miles, leaving coun country.
try. country. The most beaut.ful 19.17
Lincoln in Panama. A wonder wonderful
ful wonderful ear. Phone 3-578X
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, hardtop, radio. Phone
With F 1.2 Lens
Panami N. lor Col6n
Gibraltar Ule Ins. Co.
lor rates and Information
Tel. Panama -oao
155 Central Are.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Tratel Service
TIMES ARE TOUCH AGAIN
NEW YORK (UP-One subway
rider must have been disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed when the subway strike ended
Monday. A letter to the New York
Daily News read: "It has been a
.iino ihm iammed 8UD-
ways these past lew days, and I
trust the striKe wm wou
many weeks to come. It was
signed, "Ralph, the pickpocket.'
24 HOUR SERVICE
Central Ave. No. 18-81
Beside, Central Theatre
nsvini-M r. dm M
FOR SALE: Mahofany dininf
let-table, buffet, eight ifiairs.
Originally $600.00, will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice for One Hundred and Forty.
Eight' Dollars. In flood condition.;
od. CaMr Telephone 3-4628-.
FOR' SAL: Buffet dresser set,
very cheap. Phone 4-292 Pa-,
FOR SALE: 3 rooms of furni furnitures
tures furnitures Including stove, refrige refrigerators,
rators, refrigerators, very cheap. Army Couple
leaving. No. 5 Calle Colombia
apartment T. I
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Gene General
ral General Electric, top condition, bar bargain.
gain. bargain. 2034 7a. Ave. Espana. Tel.
FOR SALE: 3 piece living room
set. Dining table, 4 chairs. War Wardrobe.
drobe. Wardrobe. Leaving, must sell. Call
Domingo Diaz No. 13-23. Apt.
6 (mornings only).
FOR SALE: Dalmation puppies
CSII Navy 3772.
FOR SALE: Wire Fox Terrier
puppies, A.K.C. registered, do
not shed hair. Ideal Christinas
gift for children. House 2249
Carr St., Balboa.
French Lady Sets
Police On Trail
Of Cat 'Surgeon'
TJT A CTJTMrnVYW TVn. lo mTt
Thp wifp nf e TPrArtnVi mvnrn o rron
trail today of a "surgeon" who
maimed her Siamese cat. ;
Mrs. Edmund Marco, whosp
France Presse office here, said
someone had slashed the ten
dons on the hind legs of iher
Siamese named Maria Christina
Mrs. Marco found the crippled
pet in -an empty parking lot
Monday. She said it apparently
iiaa oeen gveu nil niicaiiietiv
and the wounds had been neat
She said the bandages of torn
shirtine: had been tied, "as in
professional surgical practice."
BlOKMIGONi i A.
advises all its Stockholders that a dividend
has heen declared for all those registered
up to DECEMBER 20, 1957.
AUTO BANO, S. A.
Box 546 Panama, R. P. Tel. 3-7437
Has for sale the following stock
6r000 shares of common stock
at $10.00 per share
to complete financing of the "3 minute car
was0 drive-in resUurant and shopping
center on, 50th Street across the street from
the "EI Baturro" supermarket in Panama
For complet information tnd for th buying of
thes. harg kindly contact Mr. Phillip Harrow,
President of Auto-Bafio, S. A. and tha Foraign Vlca-
Praaident of Th American Auto Laundry Aieociation,
. , -
at the pretent Auto-Bano (3 ninuta car wah) on
the Transisthmian Highway naarSeara. Mr. Harman
Is there from 9 In the morning until 6 at night.
YOU CAN BUY EITHER ONE (1) OR
AS MANY IURES AS YOU VlSH
Aye. pvalt N.
Omn Ave. N 1 ""I"'
FOR SALE: Chalet I" Lat
Cumbret with Of without fur fur-'
' fur-' nitura 3 bedroomi, 2 bathrooms,':
, maidroom, ; nice garden ith
large porch, concrete patio ed
Children iwimmingpool. Informa Information
tion Information telephone Panem Z-1718.
U Cumbret 2032 7th Street
fJNeV: '00- Spoeial low ri.
Iteving the country. 7' ,.. J;
Boats & Motors
FOR SALEs Thur4rbird lib libber
ber libber glass 15 foot boat, 18 h.p.
1957 Evinrude motor, trailer.
$700.00. lalboa 3444.
World's largest' 100 fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass cabin crusier, on display
at ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
side street Panama ; Hotel.
FOR SALE: 1 957 -Ivinruda, 3S
h.p.. excellent condition. Long
or short lower unit, $375.00.
Phono 2-4436. House 6427, Los
FOR. SALE: Christmas trees In
all sites en sale now. Choice
selection ef U. S. and European
Christmas tree ornaments. Also
Christmas decorations and lights
for homes, stores, clubs and or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. American Supply
Co., "J" St. No. 13-06.
CONTRACTORS. IULIDERS For
septic tanks and water outlets
in general insist en Clayco terra
cotta pipes, specially made for
such puiposes, and resistant to
compression and acid action, 4"
12" pipes at 12 cants eachi
FOR SALE; 1 Portable Smith-;
Corona typewriter, practically,
new. Spanish typeboard. Phone
FOR SALE : Dining table cfiairsj
piano; radio-phonograph; .House?
toys; miscellaneous 2308-B ;
Balboa 1715. p W 3
FOft SALE f-4 by Cnylen swim swimming
ming swimming pool for children. It is
brand new, and will sell for
$20.00. Call Panama 3-0683.
- FOR SALE Save money? Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x12"
x12". They are economical, light
end do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco 4V Alfareria. S.
A.. Via. Espana No. 17-40.
AvZ. W fABt
. .Mn-UBU UHH -(Pa
FOR SALE Portable, sawing
machine with attachments $60;
"clarinet $15; Magnus student
accordion $5; Phone 2-2613;
Housa 880x, Morgan Ave.,
alboa. ' '
'OR SALE New set- man's
Seeldino. aolf clubs, 3 woods,
9 irons, bag. $100.00. fhona 1
Balboa 4475. W::-
FOR SALE -Girl's bicycle 20
inch. Removable training wheels.
Excellent condition. $15. 77
San Pablo St. Balboa. Phone 2-
M8. : '
FOR SALI:--6. I. Television
set, '25-60 cycle table modal
21", months old, $M5.Q0.
FOR SALE Smith b Wesson,
revolvers 38 and 22 caliber,
master pieces, target grips and
hammer. $50.00. I. A. Balboa Balboa-3444.
3444. Balboa-3444. FOR SALE: Kenmoro Auto Automatic
matic Automatic washer with ultraviolet
light. Albrook 86-7195.
FOR SALE: Apex washing
i.: MCU A Snaakar
Cabinet $15.00 Maytag Wash Wash-'ing
'ing Wash-'ing Machine (60 cycle) $50.00.
2$ Watt Pilotone Amplifier (2$
or 60 cycle) $70.00. 10 Watt J
Bogen Amplifier (25 or 60 cy-.v
cle) $30.00. A Quatarmaster j
Dresser $3.00. Aluminum Strol- ;.
ler $5.00. House 9-A. Murwin f
Place, Gamboa Tel. 6-372. f
Just received largest stock, ever j
shown in Panama. Fishing tack tackles,
les, tackles, cypress garden water skis,
baseball 'and under water equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Hundreds of sports items
to select from. A guarantee of
sstfsfaetiori with .every sali.,
ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
side street Panama Hotel. Phone,
3-6895 or 3-0264. Open until
9:00 p.m. '' ' v
"J '. ; ,. v
FOR SALE: New 1 Vi ti.ralM
conditioner, 60 cycle, 2ZO volts;
Never unerated, Jost $350,001
Sell' $300.00. PhS) 2-29021
BJCIBl t a 1 fineiei sL WP fsTrg HeTtCtaJalal
Big assortment. Als elaasicSI anl
.....I.... aa ll'.am AaanJ
Clas Diax. 37th St. No. 6-A;
Opn nites until, 10 p.m.
1954 Ford, 4-door, X Tonti
Radio TDM. $1,195.00.
COLPAN MOTORS "4
e, 4-door, f.
4 J .J-
."9t,". Radio, t Tone
1955 Ford Cuitomline. Jk-loor,
I Tone. W.S.W. $lt5i0.
1958 Ford, 2-door, Radio,
FDM, X Tone. $1,675.08.
- TeL 8-7918
195$ Pontlac, t-door,
1 Tone, Radio. $891.00.
1950 Cher, ConT., Radio,
1952 Bnick. Hardtop; Radio,
T t Tone. $595-88
CO LP A N MOTORS
TeL 8-7818 ?
1958 Llneoln,x t-door,
. Radio. $37548. ',
, TeL 1-7818.
1952 Fontiae, t-door. Radio,
S Tone. $52848.
' COLPAN MOTORS
; TeL S-7918
1851 Meresuj.'l-'deejr, tToBa,
'.: COLPAN MOTORS T
WANTED! Office Manager,
Apply to Box. 91. Colon, giving
details ana; including photo.
.. DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL, CXi
! WANTED: Experienced COOK.
CLEANING woman. Both must
; sleep at job, and have knowledge
of all domestic duties. Must;.',
brinf references. EXCELLENT i-J
salary for apt and; willing worn worn-Sn.
Sn. worn-Sn. Applicants must come per personally
sonally personally to Panama Brokers at
the Panama Hilton Hotel for
interviews Thursday 19 and Fri-'
day 20 instant from 9..m. to
3-minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5.' waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bafio, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears,-'
FREE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY:
on T. V., Hi-Fi, Radio and
Phonographs. Same day Service
if call is racieved by 7:00. p.m.
We have transistors for-' 1957
and 58 automobile radios. Phone
PanamsV 3-7607 U. $. Televi Television.
sion. Television. ',
YOUR GARDEN: Needs care,
especially far -Christmas. Call
SERVICIOS AGRICOLAS. Tel.
7146, for lawn mowning, prun pruning
ing pruning insect control, etc.
1 Our Christmas Seal
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
"The Most talked-About Gift Store On
Ypu play -and discover
the things you were missing
You have only to play the Hammond Organ and all music
takes on new meaning, new color, hew feeling, "fhe tone
are truer, richer; the effects so much more varied that you
caa play the tame piece hundreds of different ways;
'As yon play, you relax; the cares of the day fade away.
Truly, this kind of music is a wonderful lobby;, more, it
bring a lifetime of musical satisfaction for you and your
family. And even if yoa cant play a note, yon can quickly
' learn, et as show yon how, an 4 how easily yoa can own the
Hammond Ogaa. -r -;.
. CeAjnJere ffno W
C0MRANI A ALFARO. S.A
; ;;; 29-28 PERU AVE., PANAMA- i
'FOR SALE: 1954
motorcycle 1000 cc. Perfect
condition, recent overhaul. Will
trade 'for 500 cc motorcycle or
car, Inquire at Taller Pasadena
oil the Trans-Isthmian highway.
' Ask for Cundl Garrido.
W $vt Qua
For Prompt Service and
Corner H and Darlen
Ci. for -Spinet
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN A!f INDEPENDENT DAPl.T NEWSPAPER
TORT AND Tax PIRATM
bit GEORGE WUNUEM
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Atlantic Alliance 'Rift' Rumors Spiked As. .
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Offer Of Nuclear Stockpile:,
PARIS Dec. 18 (UP) America's NATO allies have accepted her offer of nuclear stockpiles and medium-range missiles for the defense
.k:.M in Furone authoritative conference sources disclosed today. . i, .. j
Detflib of the actual stockpiling or the setting up of missile bases are to be worked put, later in bilateral negotiations between the United
States and 'J country will be based on recommendations by American Gen. Lauris M. No'rstad, the Allied su-
mnnjpr os to the best sites for nuclear stockpiles and missile bases.
PremThl aarlZlnt in principle reached at meeting of NATO foreign and defense ministers followed closely the announcement of the success
ful firing of the first U.S.
Informed sources said that to today's
day's today's agreement in principle means
that the United States would decide
"hen and, if to "pull the trigger.
PORTSMOUTH, England, Dec.
IR'rUP) Her Maiesty's submarine
itl nv, .m hark home today
after 2,791 days, 126,000 miles and
Th. Thnrnueh was the first sub
marine to sail around the world.
Her reward the scrap heap. She s
all worn out.
The veteran submarine docked
with her 53 seamen and seven of officers
ficers officers to the accompaniment of a
Waring brass band and the cheers
of relatives and naval personnel.
She arrived 12 hours late be because
cause because of a diversion to help guard
the ocean crossing of President
Eisenhower. However, the Thor Thorough
ough Thorough was recalled before she
reached the area.
Thorough gained fame at one
point by being the only submarine
to fire a shot in anger since the
end of the fighting in Korea.
That came in Malaya when she
was ordered to patrol the Malayan
coast for Communist terrorists.
She spotted some and opened fire
and her crew hoisted the Jolly
Roger in celebration.
The skull and crossbones was fly flying
ing flying from the Thordugh's mast masthead
head masthead when she docked.
I Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending: 8 a.m. today,
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Branch ot the Panama Canal
(max. mph) NW-17
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THURSDAY, DEC. 19
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J. F. COOPER'S GREAT
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intercontinental ballistics missile.
Technically, this responsibility
lpft to the NATO commander, but
bv unwritten agreement the qom-
manrtpr alwavs is an American
President Eisenhower was the
first commander when he still was
General Eisenhower. He was suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded by Gen. Alfred M. Gruen Gruen-ther.
ther. Gruen-ther. who in turn was succeeded
Norway ana uenmarK suppuneu
the inclusion of American missiles
in the NATO armory, even though
they don't want rocket platforms
on thejr territory.
This support once and for all
spiked published reports Monday
night of a major "rift" in tha
Atlantic alliance on the missile
question at this conference.
ThP United States knew before
hand of the Norwegian and Danish
positions and never intended to
pressure them into changing their
During today's morning session,
the British delegation outlined us
own plan for balanced NATO
The British are pressing tor a
more rational division of defense
tasks, with each country con con-centrating
centrating con-centrating on that branch of the
service it is best suited to handle,
81 -Year-Old Pope,
Registers Big Year
VATICAN CITY, Dec. 18 (UP)-
Untiring Pope Pius XII, more ac ac-thm
thm ac-thm at nnv time in recent
vr rpcpived close to one mil
lion persons and delivered 9S
.Mhes durine the current year
o n firial Vatican survey show
More than 800,000 persons at attended
tended attended the 81 year old Pope's
weekly general audiences. Tens of
thousand more had a chance to
speak to him in 797 private and
64,000 special audjences up to
The Pope's 98 speeches ranged
all the way from religious life to
automation and from anesthetics
to fjrTiions and the use of tobac
co. The largest number of tne
speeches 38 was in French.
Next came Italian, with 24; Eng English
lish English with 15, Spanish with, 11,
German with 6, and Portuguese
and Latin with two apiece
World personalities received by
the Pope included U.S, Vice Pres President
ident President Richard Nixon, French Pres President
ident President Rene Coty, German, Presi President
dent President Theodor Heuss, Irish Premier
Eamon de Valera, and Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace of
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nanonai iort or
to its simplest form,
comparatively big national naval,
forces of their own but would
leave the sea defenses to the Unit
ed States, British and French
navies while concentrating on land
and air defense.
The principle behind the plan!
generally was indorsed at the
morning meeting and was turned
over to military experts for further
Never To Aopear
Again For BBC
LONDON. Dec. 18 (UP) EdHor-
broadcaster Malcolmn Muggeridge,
who wrote a critical article about
Queen Elizabeth for the Saturday
Evening Post, said last night that
he would never again appear for
the British Broadcasting Corpora
The state-owned BBC has barred
him from appearing twice since
his magazine article was publish published
ed published during the Queen's visit to the
Last night, with a three-year BBC
contract about to expire, he said
he would "never" go on the air
for the network again but was
negotiating with the independently
owned commercial television net network.
work. network. AFCE Meeting
At Balboa Tonight
Members of the American Fed
eration of Government Employes
are holding their annual installa
tion meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Clubhouse.
Refreshments and a social hour
will follow tonight's installation.
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GUILTY! Teamsters' president Dave Beck beats a hot re retreat
treat retreat down the corridor of the County-City Building in Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, Wash., after being found guilty of a grand larceny charge
Involving the use of union funds. Beck refused to comment
on the trial and ran to his waiting car:
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Ike's Next Mutual
Will Ask Record Non-Military Aid
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP)
The Eisenhower administration's
DroDOsed. Mutual Security Bill
for the next 'Congress will con
tain a lareer nroDortion of non-
military aid than any bill since
the program was siariea, was
learned last nigni.
The overall bill is expected to
be a major part of the adminis administration's
tration's administration's program and is estimat estimated
ed estimated to total about four billion dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The President gave some hint
of the emphasis he will pjace on
the program in his speech yes yesterday
terday yesterday to the .North Atlantic
He announced the develop development
ment development loan fund would be in increased
creased increased from the present 300 mil million
lion million dollars to 025 million dol
lars. The latter amount already
has been authorized bv Congress
and the administration wants it
actually appropriated, i
Knn. nf thp ann million dollars.
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Paper Says Egypt
Now Owns Russian
Atom Bomb Planes
CAIRO, Egypt, Dec. 18 (UP)-l
The newspaper Al Akhbar today
quoted an "official military
spokesman" as saying Egypt had
acauired Soviet made liyusnin-zs
night bombers "capable of carry
ing atomic bombs."
The newspaper did not say
whether Egypt had any nuclear
It quoted the spokesman as say saying
ing saying the Egyptian air force was
developing "in such a way to
keep pace with modern rocket
warfare" He added that Egypt
now has the latest Russian-made
radar-controlled Mig-19 night fight fighters.
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A Christmas Story
WHY HOTOU HW-W 11
The President also announced
he would ask Congress to- in
crease the lending authority of
the ExDort-Import Bank by an
additional two billion dollars:
The proportion of non-milita
rv aid in this vear's mutual se
curity bill is expected to be about
45 or 50 per cent, sources saia.
Funds made available for the
program last ye'ar appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated and reappropriated by the
Congress totaled about $3700, $3700,-000,000
000,000 $3700,-000,000 with all but about $2,000; $2,000;-000,000
000,000 $2,000;-000,000 going for military aid.
Two Seanien Fined
On Balboa Piers
The first case of smuggling on
Balboa piers in some time ended
in Balboa Magistrate's court yes
terday with a fine of $2o eacn
of seamen Who got
Colombian Adoiro Livingston,
35, was convicted of 'attempting
to introduce Into the canal
Zone" one ladies tan leather wal
let and 14 pairs of rayon pan
ties. The lot was valued at $6.50.
- The valuation was $4.50 for the
goods Santiago Agnew, 29' Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was trvine to bring in.
His merchandise consisted of
two sets of gold-colored ear
rings, 3 men's leather belts ana
two stainles ssteel tauie Knives.
Both seamen paid their fines.
Fail In Admiralty
Suit At Cristobal
A 1urv composed of one nurse
and 11 men all Panama Canal
employes was selected shortly
after noon today to sit in the ad
miralty suit of A. Marx and Sons
nf New Orleans, versus N. Eisen-
man et al in the Cristobal Divi
sion of the U.S. District Court.
Start of the, trial, issue oi
which involves the purchase of
several excess Army barges, was
delayed an hour while both par parties
ties parties tried and failed to make an
out-of-court settlement. The suit
was filed last February.
The lury members are: Paul
Ev&ns, foreman; Edith-F. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Claude B. Strobridge, Don Donald
ald Donald E. Bruce, John W. Litton, Al Alfred
fred Alfred G. Loss, Richard G. Dink Dink-.Tnlian
.Tnlian Dink-.Tnlian P. Har.kett. Oeoree
E. Mitchell, Elwbod E .Compton,
Gilbert F. Chase and Russeu j.
VFW To Make
To RP University
Tomorrow morning at 10 a.m.
Gov. W. E. Potter will present to
the University of Panama a set of
the American Bookshelf on behalf
of the Department of the Canal
Zone Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The ceremonies are scheduled to
take place in the office of the rec
tor, Dr. Jaime de la Guardia. Oth
er officials in attendance wiu be
Department V.F.W. commander
Albin C. Krankowsky and repre
senting CARE will be R. R. Stamp
All members of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars are also invited to
THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT
TUSCOLA, 111. (UP The City
Council has ordered Christmas
wrappings for the town's parking
meters. Each meter is covered by
a paper bag bearing the words:
"Free parking, Merry Christmas."
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CHURCH JN PARIS President Eisenhower is waving to trowds in Paris on Sunday as ht
drove to churchy The President is dver ? there j for the top, level NATO meetings as well al
personal meetings with the delegate of the : 6 ther participating countries, - I
East-West Summit Talks 'Said Probable
Regardless Of j NATO Missile Decision
MOSCOW, Dec. 18 (UP) West,
em diplomats said today they
believe the Kremlin would agree
to East-West "Summit" talks-
even if the NATO powers accept
tne U.S., oner of guided missiles.
The consensus was that the
Kremlin could hardly refuse to
meet with the West even though
it obviously would be displeased
Soldier, 3 Rebels
Killed In Cuban
Sugar Cane Clash
HAVANA, Cuba, Dec. 18 (UP)
One soldier and three revels
were killed in a clash between
an army patrol and band of raid
ers, an oiaciai army communique
The communique said the patrol!
surprised a fcana of nvjpf men at attempting
tempting attempting to set fire toA sugar
cane field. In the ensuing gun
battle, one soldier was killed and
three wounded. J
The two survivors of the arson
band managed to escape, the
'No Policy Of Dutch Confiscation.
Indonesian Prime Minister Declares
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 18
Prime Minister Djuanda insisted
today the Indonesian government
has not engaged in press censor censorship,
ship, censorship, confiscation of Dutch proper
ty or expulsion of Dutch nationals.
He said the government will
abide by international law with re-i
gard to Dutch property placed un-J
der government control. At tne
same time, he promised Indonesia
would continue its present course
unless the Netherlands gives up
West New Guinea. ".. 4
Djuanda gave the government's
views in a one-nour press comer-
ence attended by more man iuu
local and foreign newsmen. s
"There has been no policy if
confiscation and certainly hot with
regard to personal property," he
He explained that what the gov
ernment had done was to take con control
trol control of Dutch interests that had a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted a non-cooperative attitude
in the crisis.
"I think you'll find that if fhe
Dutch are sufficiently coopera cooperative
tive cooperative there will be room for them
te carry on here," he taid. '"We
will decide later what's te be
given back and what's to b e
Meanwhile, fanatic bands of In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian terrorists burned and
plundered rich areas of Southern
Celebes in a series of attacks that
forced 40,OOCT persons to flee their
homes,, it was reported here, to today.
day. today. 1
An Indonesian Antara news
agency dispatch from Us corre correspondent
spondent correspondent in Makassar, Celebes,
said the raiders belonged to the
fanatic Darul. Islam aect'a "Army
of God" that has vowed to set
up a Moslem, : state in Indonesia.
According to the- report, the Da Darul
rul Darul Islam bands were rumored
to be threatening the town of .Ken .Ken-dari
dari .Ken-dari en the east Coast of Celebes
island after 'forcing mobile bri
gade troopi 'to evacuate an out
lying post, m; -i -i-
By WALT SCOTT
ratUO WOULD 8C AMCC. I'LL
admit: at it ast id nothwit
TO U5TEM TO TD0 "TAK-VAKJ
by the establishment of western
missile bases within striking
range of strategic Soviet targets.
it was pointed out that tne in
itiative for a Geneva-type con conference
ference conference stemmed from the Rus
sians. Soviet Communist Party
Chief Nikita S. Khrushchev and
Premier Nikolai Bulganin' have
been pressing for such a meeting
One diplomat, a long-time stu student
dent student of Soviet affairs, also noted
that the present Soviet proposal
for an East-West meetine is bas-;
edson the Kremlin conviction it
would be "negotiating from a
"position of strength."
He pointed to the impressive
list of recent Soviet scientific a-
chievements. Notably the inter
continental ballistic missile ana
the successful launching of two
satellites. And tie recalled Bul-
ganln's recent messages to west
ern leaders stressed the Soviet
"peace" campaign was !'by ho
means prompted by... tear oi
measures planned by' NATO."
JSome western sources specu
lated the' Russians mav use' the
successful test by the united
states vesterdav of an intercon
tlnental ballistic missiles"? to
1 The report said an estimated
40,000 inhabitant's who fled during
a threejweek wave of extremist
raids faced hunger unless relief
could be sent to them soon.
The southern tip of the Celebes,
one of Indonesia's island provin provinces,
ces, provinces, lies about ,900 miles east of
Jakarta. The island is rich in agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and, mineral resources.
The reports of renewed terrorist
activity reached this capital in
the midst of an Indonesian-Dutch
controversy over Indonesia's
claims to Dutch-held West New
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There were reports of growing
food shortages .in sections of In-,
donesia as a result of the trans transport
port transport tie-up. caused hv seizure of
the Dutch K.P.M. shipping line.
An order issued by Premier
Djuanda today directed the- un unloading
loading unloading of cargoes of Dutch ships
that were taken over by the Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian government.
a Paul soskin pbqduction;
Urfnptfby FRANK MAHVETwNt ROY
. treated, fry R9Y B0UIT1N6
w'"h 1IAN HEDMOMt? -ANDRf M0RH
-'5NYmSKELL- THONY MICHOIS
-x HAKi MORRIS
point up the necessity for East East-West
West East-West Summit talks to solve their
Army To Entertain
Girl Who Gave Up
Stuffed Teddy Bear
BERLIN, Dec. 18 UP) The
U.S. Army today issued a formal
invitation for a Christmas d a y
dinner to a young lady who felt
so sorry for the men of Bear ;
Company, 6th Infantry Regiment,
she sent them her stuffed teddy
bear as a mascot.
The stuffed teddy resplendent
with a large pink bow, isto re
place the Army's live Inascot, t
'Private Ted E.'Bear," who wag
fired earlier this-fmonth after h
bit .a (first sergeant and went
AWOL from night maneuvers.
The Army, held a military fare- 4
well parade for Teddy and then
"transfered" him to the StatesfV
where- the iBerlin-born nine-monthsU !&.
muwu ucai 15 mi serve as r a
fu,l-time bear in the Washington
A little West Berlin girl heard
her mother read the story in the
papers and felt sorry. She asked
her mother to send her favoriW
teddy, "Pablo," to the troops.
' !I still have mv. dolls tn n!
with," she said.
The Army identified the-'genert
ous donor as Rafaela, hree: and
one half years old, Her last
name was withheld at her Par
ents' request ;
The Army-described little Ra
faela as beautiful, silky black,
haired, friendly and charming."
Poppea Seeks Bath'
MILAN; ItalytJeV IS fUPV A
Poppea roamed the streets of
Milan today looking for a Romans
sized bath, just like Nero s wile 01
the same name used, to do.
Poppea settled for the fountain
in public square and was lollind
in the waters until the police cam
with food for her 100 loaves of
bread. Poppea followed the lure of
the. bread back to her cage in a
circus, where by any other namej
she is a hippopotamus who es'
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