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VLet the people know the truth and the country is tafe' Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. F THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1957
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! ar. m rm w.. t a a
. THI AMOUNT of bail Ruben
0. Mire will have to put up to
-tay ou -H w raised ';
000 yesterdoy by Judge Angel
Vitelio d Graci. r
Do GracU yesterday fixed bail
for Mire on a choree of forging
public document at $5000. Early
this waak bail Had '" hert sot at
$2000 on a lmilar charge against
, Miro, who wai acquitted Dee,
' of assinating President ios
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r ; LONDON, Dec. 19 (UP) Communist party bott Nikita
Khrushchev and th Soviet radio joined, in a double-barrelled
Warning that any West European country that all jWs
' American missilea on its soil may be signing its own death;
j I WVTI61 VMI1I1WII!L pal aJ icavioi VI vi i vu i me
warning i Specifically to Britain in an "open letter'' to
British philosopher Bertrand Russell. ; The letter, written
De6.?7, was published today in-the left wing magazine
' Radio Moscow loosed its blast in a Creek-language
broadcast which imcluded the first Soviet reaction to the
first successful. firing of the U. S. Atlas intercontinental
Khruschev replied to a letter
from Russell published in the New
Statesman Nov. 23.
Russell's letter called for an
early meeting of Soviet, Ameri American
can American and British leaders to ease
world tension. ...
Khrushctov agrood a summit
meoting was nocossary. But ho
aid Britain and tho Unitod
States ,"aro taking ovory pot pot-Hib'ii
Hib'ii pot-Hib'ii stop to Involve their North
" American -bloc partner still
more deeply in preparations for
He said deployment Of .rockets
in European countries would, be a
"mortal blow to their security."
If .one of them- Should become
aa aggressor, he said, "the in
accordance with the inexorable
logic of wa?, shattering retalia retaliatory
tory retaliatory attck"-on the terntones of
those countries in which atomic
bases a,re situated w'U be inevi inevitable.",.
table.",. inevitable.",. ti
.He warned that Britain might
find .herself "io, a situation in
which- her very existence might
Britain is being more or lost giw
en the role of the main' medium I
range Amerjn racket base
'lie taiiV Y.
rMay' me' be permitted to ask
what assurance can anyone have
that tbe latest weapons deployed
on American bases-in Brjtain, will
not he used at the discretion of
the American, military command
without the knowledge of the Brit British,
ish, British, people, parliament or. govern
' Radio MoscoW also charged that
the U.S.' aim is to make its allies
a buffer to keep any retaliatory
blow far-from them.';
. It said th". Atlas firing came as
no surprise and was "only natu
ral" since the United States ..' has
been testing rocket weapons for a
The commentator added, how
ever, "there can be, no doubt that
there is still a big step between
.the first test and massp roduction
of a ballistic rocket
' He said it was "no coincidence"
that the United States fired the
Atlas during the N A T O summit
meeting in Paris.
AJ1 data shows that the Fenta
gon made feverish efforts to
launch Atlas at the precise mo moment
ment moment when the leaders of the
NATO countries were meeting in
Paris," the broadcast said.
Tvi. rtriberR were: hooeful- today
that the premiums for 1958 vehicle
property damage insurance would
be eut to the 1957 price of $10 aft aft-mr
mr aft-mr hoinp heard yesterday by Min
ister GovW and JisUcc, .Majt
ttieunemauo,,. '. i
TV. rnainrtiotlt Tin WnpTW Vf
.-4. i.ua. jk..wtnmAiff in mi ni l
the reasons'for the 42 increase on
7T . A M. ...a k a. f i.H all
me oDugatorj -iosmn.-vw p
1 MnWhile Assemblyman ,Juan.
B.-Arias has presented a bill to re revoke
voke revoke the obligatory insurance law
promulgated in 1947 with the com comment
ment comment that he is opposed to "organ
' Foreign Minister Aquiline Boyd
was quoted today as saying that
the "fifty-fifty"' statement made
by hi deputy: minister Ernesto
CasKilero should not surprise O.
S. State Departmenr officiate be because
cause because 1t is a deeply felt sent! sent!-'
' sent!-' ment that Panamanians do not
. receive: all tho benefits which we
deserve aa partners in the Canal
prehsctf'. r.::-' ,v-''i.v:,:
r.a tiiinrn had voiced the opinion
that trend to have Panama get 50
Fer cent of the revenue ttom; tne
anama;Canai might, -very Well
gain momentum, e J
The National Assembly yester
day approved a 2.5 cent production
tat on locally-manufactured liquor
and amended a law to increase the
tax on beer from six to eight cents'
per liter. '. -, ?'
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LONDON, Dec. 19 (UP) Lon
don Daily Mirror columnist Cas
sandra today called Secretary ox
State John Foster Dulles rne
greatest dedicated ass in diplomacy."
Cassadra maae uie commeni
under the headline "A Bristling
'John Foster Dulles, surely the
greatest dedicated ass in diploma
cy, has done u again, no saiu.
"Last time it was brinkman.
ship or the art of marching to
the edge of the cliff of war
without actually slipping over.
"This time his- message to the
world is: "You'll take our idea
of peace oven if it kills you.'
Cassandra was commenting on
the article Dulles wrote for life
magazine which he claimed said
that the United States will never
relv on a world disarmament
greement unless the United States
can eniorce u.
Cass, ndra said that in other
words the United States would
agree to peace, imposed by
naked power weilded exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by the United States Army,
Nav nd Air Force.
"WKat would Dulles say If Mr,
Khrushchev had' announced that
the iwi.y world agreement that
would be' aaceotable 'to the Sovi
et.nlon would- be one that;. could
b?sen ore'ed -by t Russian,- rt-bomb
tie concilia ea i : 10 ininn n a i
the leadership of v the free, world
now. largely depends on the judg
ment tof a "sick President prompt
ed oy this incredible adviser
makes one tremble.
Flies; Home Todayf
Me Made Success
AND HERE'S A TOAST to the boys of the Police Department; Is. what the Canal ,Zone's
Gov William E. potter (left) 'seems -.to be aaylng at a Christmas stag party held yesterday
in the Police Shack on Chiva Chlva Road. .There was good food and. drinks gUloie at the
shlndle which was attended by police Officials from Panama also. That's the Police Chief,
Maj. B. A, Darden on the right with Capt. CUddis A. WaU oewly-named District Police
Commander of Balboa In the center
To Close Xntis,
Hew Year's Day
Canal Zone Police Hold Annual
Christmas Party At Chiva-Chiva
Hassle Over Sale Of Excess Barges
Continues In US Court, Cristobal
A iuxy trial, involving thfe sale
- of two surplus Army barges went
Into its second day today at tne
Cristobal division of the U. S.
District, with Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe oresiding.. :
One. nurse and eleven men all
of them Panama Canal employes
. were impaneled yesterday to
bear the -case of Marx Feurst of
' Eisenmann of Panama City.-.
i A court opened yusterday at
l):lS 't.inv the Judge apologis apologised
ed apologised for the deity explaining to
the 34 jurors who had boon
, kept weiring that the parties
; -had tried to arrive at a eettlo-
nvwttsl -but attempts bad failed.
Both the plaintiff and t ie de defendant,
fendant, defendant, who runs a used car
. company in Panama, had enter.
d into an agreement to buy
ome Army surplus barges. Feurst
was to supply the money, and Ei-
senmana was charged with mak-1
ing the purchase of the surplus
barges being sold by the U. S.
They bad agreed that tbey
l snouid seu the two barges wtucn
i Eisenmsna bought-from the Co-
- Toiai Property Disposal office,
I sod the profits be divided ,be-
tweeo them. -
Feurst alleg that the Freder Frederick
ick Frederick Snare Corporation was inter inter-osted
osted inter-osted in purchasing the two barg barg-'
' barg-' 1 s for 169,000, but the deal Jell
y,-: through beeause Eisenmann sold
'.--fce barges for $18,000 to his. own
father, Jaeobo Eisenmann, now
. ni ia Costa Kica.
The Canal Zone Police held
f ieir annual Christmas party at
tie Police Association lodge
Chiva Chiva Trail, yesterday.
Arias, aid to President De ta
Guardia, Maj. Antonio Huff, com
manding officer oi the Presiden
t al Guard, Maj. BartolomeCar BartolomeCar-rion,
rion, BartolomeCar-rion, chief of the National Guard
Those attending included Canal l adio patrol section. Lt. Col. Ju
7omi Gov. William E. Potter, Lt.lfio Cordovez, quartermaster, Na-
in the Civil Affairs Buiimng, tne
Cristobal branch ana au omer
Canal Zone library branches and
deposit libraries will remain clos closed
ed closed both Christmas day and, New
Year's day, according to a nwi-lf h Arnold. Paul M. 't onal Guard, and sub -inspector
day schedule announcea ny
The main library and the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal branch- will remain open
on unnstmas eve nu few
Year's eve until noon.
I'unnestrand,. executive secretary, !Togeho Pinzon, National -Secret
Ilenrv Donovan, civil affairs di-Police headed a large 'group of
reeinr.: Tlnhprt Walker, chief of
internal security. Chief B. A.
Barden of the Canal Zone Police,
urther that the n. .u ... k. p,.i. commander. Balboa. Capt. W. H. ed last-minute
made any rf-;2TXk"Sn h. closed : both MuW-rden,.Cnal ione pen- l'residencia.
to him romirkv.. ... .nH -Npw Year's 1 enUary, Lt S. P. Trail, assist-1
is suooosed- to 7n..irf-.. A snt District PoUce Commander, ( The chef, Tom
-the barges "j w vr'. a.v. Balboa; Sgt Harvey G. Rhyne,!eW by other
He claims ne
Th -n.in.:Capt."Gddi8 Wall, district police ;ed
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defendant has not
rer of settlement
the money he
have received for
from his father,
haa been defrandM. rtt nnlv
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his share, Jut also because the Jim rinsed on fchristmas eve ;lc supervisory personnel.
sale of the barges to the Snare Ichristmas, New Year' eve, and
Corporatioff was lost as a result. jjew Year's Day. 4
Eisenmann is being represented!
by a young Miami lawyer, Rob-1 Regular hours will be observed
ert Brake, while Feurst's coun- ty all libraries on other days
sel is Woodrow de Castro who is l uring the holiday season.
assisted by Walter Barnett of I .- .r
Panama Police, government and
press officials who attended' Pres-
ilent de La Guardi'a was prevent-
from attending by unexpect-
business at the
experts in the culina-
nennt libraries which have On- anioi"? oeiecuve, caiooa tugeioer ry iieiu, servea uuuei oi souin
of hr Ift-m mn ,j evenina hours ;vitn otfier canal otticiais ana po- crn lnea cnicKen, rnea jumDo
wine meat balls, potato salad,
macaroni salad, fried wan tons,
cream .cheese and caviar, rolls
Wall and Rhyne were co-hosts
for the affair.
Trial Of San Bias
Delayed As Police
A petit larceny case was delayed
today while police looked for a San
The defendant, Tony Brown,
34-year-old San Bias Indian does
not Speak either Spanish or Eng
lish. He is charged with stealing
$40 from Nolan E. Bramlett, at
building 50 at Ft. Clayton.
Today in Balboa Magistrate's
Court the case was continued un
til an interpreter could be located.
In Balboa Court
A grand larcenv case aealnst
Panamanian Rlcardp Jaen was
continued today until this after
noon in the Balboa Magistrate's
The 20-year-old defendant 1st
accused of stealing three one
dollar bills from Donald L. Boy-
er on tivoii Avenue.
The incident allegedly oc
curred Sunday at 8:10 a.m. Bail
of $500 was set in the case.
CoL Bolivar Vallarino, comman
dant of the Panama National
Guard, Lt Col. Hector Valdes,
Jr., inspector general of the Pa
nama Secret Ponce, Col. Raul
READ THE ADS
PARIS, Dec. 19 (UP) President Eisenhower flew
home to Washington today happy with the results pf -the
historic NATO summit conference. Much of its sue
cess was due to his presence and to his enormous personal
prestige in turope. ,f
The President left Orly airport aboard his plane,
Columbine for the overnight Transatlantic hop.
After one brief scheduled, refueling stop at Keflavilc,
U.S. Air Force base in Iceland, the plane was schediled to
land in Washington early tomorrow mbfning. ;?
The President closed the final session of the four
day NATO meeting with a request that the other chisfs
and their staffs pause with him for 30 seconds of science
"in the hope that our work has not been. in vain' '4
His own presence had done much to dispel the gloom
that enveloped Western Europe on the heels of Soviet mis'. ;
site and Sputnik successes.- v t
He successfully led the other 14
NATO nations: over such barriers
as the reluctance of many of them
to have u nuclear missus, pases destructive weapons, i n 1 1
allow he final eemmunlaue o
express oratitude to the United
State front (he ether nation for
its physical iW moral support.
Eisenhower said there was no
need for that since "we are all
equal members of the same alliance..."
The President kept up a driving
pace throughout the four-day con
ference, but it did not appear to
have bothered hinv despite the
mild stroke he suffered Nov. 25
Eisenhower and the 14 other
NATO chiefs concluded today their
historic summit conference with
an agreement to seek missile-age
peace through fresh disarmament
talks with Russia and to insure it
by arming Western
The final communique of the
four-day conference included an
American offer to share with its
Hies the technical know-how of
1500-mile intermediate range bal
listic missile (IRBM) production.
The decision to strengthen tne
Western nations against the threat
of aggression through IRBM's and.
nuclear warheads was blamed on
Russia which "persists" in arming
itself with "the most modern, snd
resume tho, United Nation ,dls-
armament subcommittee meet
Ing with Rossi which ended in
London latt summer tn templet
disagreement. The talks would
either be In the subcommittee or -held
outside the U.N. by the for? t
eign minister. The Choice would
To Give Xmas
Party for Poor
The Cristobal Knights of Colum
bus, council No; 1689, will tan
Santa Clans and ennstmaa sun-
day to the poor children ot tne
towns of Cuipo ana njoies, in
on the Gatun Lake area.
The children's committee under
the direction of George LBonneau
has been working hard and plan
ning for several weeks. Santa
Claus will give each child a pres
ent along with ice cream, coo cookies,
kies, cookies, and candy.
All members, their families, and
friends, who are planning to go
trio win meet at
The final session of the NATO
council took two hours and 45 miiH' i
utes to agree point by point on iti-"
"Charter of Paris," 'designed to
convert NATO into a missile-age
defense shield. ;
Observers said the conference"
provided a strengthening of. the
European voice in NATO and a
"softening" of American leader
Europe with ship. Eisenhower said at tbe
conclusion of the conference that
he thought the decisions it reached
made "war less likely, peace mora
The President said he also felt
that the four-day meeting had ;
made for "a stronger North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic alliance." -J! f.
Addressing hi NATO colleague r.
tn the closing phases of the' fl v -nal
council meeting, Einhewey'
cold he recognized there were
certain difference of detail. v t
mong the IS member tate Hist V
could net be "surmounted com
The President said that because;
of the "fundamental unity" of. the,"
Atlantic Pact nations "we either.;
surmount our difficulties or accont
modate them." Tt
In a statgment prepared for pub",;
lie releasr he said "I leave with. -mixed
regret and gladness." -"I jj
He said he was sorry he fouTd-
not stay longer "in this lan4.cl
many -of my warmest memories v
and friendships." ;
"But I am happy that our work' ?
here has been conducted frankly, :
in friendship and cooperation and
a unity of effort and purDosef-hai
been strengthened," he said. '.
"The decisions promised lar"f
day. The military police at tne
Fort Davis gate will provide di
rections on how to get to dock 45.
This annual Christmas party for
the ooor is one of the mini
charities of the Cristobal Knights
' De Castro, pointed out te the
Jury 'the the defendant is no
relation to another Eieenmenn
family m Panama, rht of Reb Reb-"'ert
"'ert Reb-"'ert and Brandon. ; -J,
In questioning the-jurors. Eisen-
mann's attorney asked whether
they might be prejudiced against
a lawyer who came here from
the States instead of being "lo
cal. They au replied that this
would not influence them.
When he asked jury foreman
Paul Evans hew he felt a b e a t
people who bay from the govern.
ment at a low price and sell for
a big profit, Evans replied:
"I with t ww in that Spot.'
: There were chuckle in t h e
Before recessing yesterdsy.
Feurst's lawyers had called two
witnesses' to the stand to testify.
Tbe trial continued today with
several witnesses slated te ap
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wir less likelv. oeace more sure.
"We must now carry forward the
results of our deliberation here. f -"I
return home confident thet
the American people, like th '.
people of all the NATO nation, 1
will endorse and suoport fH do- .,
cisiont mad here for e (tretf..
or North Atlantic alliance.
"Goodbye. See you sgaln.""
White House press secret a rr
Jmes C. Hagerty aid both Ei-.
enhower and Secretary of Stte.
John Foater Dulles were "highly
pleased" at th conference result,. ;
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One Traffic Lane T
Will Bft Closed'?
On Trinidad St.-v
r ... m.
One lane oa Trinidad Street at
tho entrance to the Balboa Tank -Farm
will be closed to traffic be
ginning at 7:3 a.nv rtiaay, le.
20, it has heea announced by the
Encineering sjid, Constnrctioa Pi Pi-rector.
rector. Pi-rector. -':' i ;' --
The temporary restrictioa to
traffic will be accessary to perst.t
tho IHIloa and Hlckmaa Construr-
tioa Company to instill a eU anpo anpo-ana
ana anpo-ana for the Unioa Ovl Coassaxj.
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, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, IS
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Nt rt in kOvuNca
Tka Malt as a Ban fanim
Lattara are ecaivea' aratetultv and
II tee cantrlkute a fetter don't
A Mil day. latter are. Aibliinetf in the eraer received.
Pleasa try ta heap the letters limited le ene paee leneth.
VVV Identity el letter Writer is held in strictest confidence
-f. Thia newspaper aaaumes no responsibility tor statements or opinions
;" fatwessee' in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
v T.urich first tn rnncralu ate.
Dec. 11) for a well presented letter which may help dispel some of.
the numerous misunderstandings unfortunately existing between Pan-
,jrrnanians and Zonians. 1 believe she really hit the nail on the head,
r4 wjsh I could write io intelligent a letter myself. ";
. would also liKe to compliment "Yankee" (.M air, Box, Dec. 11)
- tfdf 'his letter, so short and to the point. The world would certainly be
fa' more pleasant place in which to live were there more people with
. .Yankee's'' attitude;
f As for the letter from aptly, self-styled "Slobs Club". (Mall Box,
VDec. 11), the less said about it the better. It certainly sounds like the
"Work nf a confirmed mvsocvnist.
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M TID3 BVIHvnu, wa.m.n.u J J
the Margarita town meeting, and
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fV.e leave OUr ClUlureH UIIJilUlCLiru
V-I understand this remark was
h,.lv..i HH- n a C7. rhilH Siirplv. if true, this is an isolated case:tve working smooiniy. inis was
r'inH i hv nn means reoresentative
i&jianama. Every Panamanian deplores such an occurrence, and hopes-
' i4ficidents of the sort will not
'risk to their personal safety.
The remark with no American
tering either, as it implies Panamanians are not Americans. This. is
an Erroneous assertion. We are
he word, no matter whether
United States. Mexico, Central
kTfTmJUC LUUIIliy La juatilieu ill aJJWfliaung uic int nmivan wt
', vWe Spanish-speaking people find ourselves at a loss when refer-
nh"g to US citizens. We are obliged to use such expressions as Grin Gringo,
go, Gringo, Macho (in Costa Rica). Yanqui, Norteamericano and even Esta Esta--
- Esta-- douinidense. The latter two terms are misleading, as Norteamerica
no can refer to two nations (US and Canada), while in addition to the
JJUed States of America there are the United States of Venezuela,
iSCWft.United States of Brazil, and others.
There is, however, no derogatory meaning attached to the terms
I'tosve listed nothing so perforative as Wop, Chink, Frog, Kike,
etc,, which are terms freely used by some types of US citizens when
p referring to foreigners.
From what I have written so far, one might think that the Yan Yan-k
k Yan-k utt alone are to blajne ior the ill-will that often sours relations be'-
m 'tween Latin America and the US.
Latins have our own shortcomings
ttbat, We may at times be prejudiced, lor lm atiiu (lo. y
IfAp'-mpietely exempt from that human frailty.
t?- For tlie record, let me state here that it is the consensus among
' tTEflnarmanians that the Gringos are generally good-natured, often gen-
er0OT quiet and: unpretentious in manner, and all in all a quite
l friendly people One great quality: they get things done. This qua ;-
iy e inay wen envy uiem, as we
than; action. This verbose letter
Most misunderstandings between our people and the Yankees if'e
paftiy due, I believe, to the congenital difficulty Anglo-Saxons have
in understanding other peoples' ways of life. They seem to feel they
alone have the right answer to everything. There is pronounced coa-
formitv in their general thoueht.
V ture from these conformist standards appears wrong to them. For
i i this reason, possibly unwittingly,
M 41 i i i i ii
meir own siiiuuaius wnerever iney go, ana are genuinely surprised
whB. other people resent these efforts.
iAU, huhian relations are a matter of give jind take. Tension is
surj to deyeiop when one side tries to force ,its views oh the mother.
Ma&v-Zonians hav.e spent 20 or 30 years in Panama, and have never
bothered to learn a word of .Spanish. They dismiss the whol6 thing
$$1. shrug, saying: "I get along line with English, thank you." It
seam the most natural tiling in the world to them. On the other hand.
trypto imagine a Latin American living 20 or 30 years in New York
without learning a ivord of English. I can hear the sad comments
3 thi$(would provoke from his Yankee friends.
2 lt's all a question of point of view. A well-known anthropologist
I haummed up the Yankee's one-sided way of thinking this way:
jS; When an American (from the US) gets gypped in an American res-
I taant he says, "This is a clip joint." When the same thing hap-
J. pens, in France he says, "The French are crooked,"
s't .Countries, like individuals, have, qualities and defects some of
which are not always evident at first sight. But the conscientious
I observer can always discover both in the long run. It should be ob-
r VJMt that no country or people, however big and developed the coun-
i'j :, try-may happen to be, is superior to all or any other countries in all
t-ii respects. We should try to keep
people of this or that country. Gross misunderstandings often derive
from too short an acquaintance and a superficial outlook.
! V When a soldier, sailor or tourist arrives in a country his first con-,
It tact with the local people may well be rather deceptive, depending
3 pn the kind of people he associates
I nections in the country, he may
pie. lhe nicer people in any country are not always readily avail
V ;' able, and may be as suspicious of the stranger as he is of them. Al
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it uiyBie, uie suangt-r siiuuiu ue careiui oi iuo-casuai acquainiance acquainiance-1
1 acquainiance-1 ships. Alas, many travellers are not as innocent as they would have
rj j.you believe, and when in search of cheap thrills are often willing! to
V r) HBAIiald tiritK Hi cram 1 1 a hi a nanln rt i tirna tViA, A l I.
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uirl Across tne Border
wayj easy for the newcomer to
daughters. It is more likely that
wifi ietch up with Blue Moon and
to be the taste of the individual
tor should refrain from generalizing too much. Many will jump to
wo. wrung Luuuiusjuii uuin aiij sutii generalizing, ana aeciae arni-iul cvcij given ucl;uv w iu-
trasily that all Latin American women are trash. What's worse, 'directly to a political party by a
sorne will act accordingly and in so doing behave insultingly with all union and this can become a
women. Ill-will breeds freely after such unbecoming conduct. Un-. campaign Issue. There will no
fflflijnately the relatively few Gringos to whom this applies do a lot!'nnKer be anv way to keep mat mat-to
to mat-to damage the reputation of an otherwise decent people. ffrs nrivate. Neither the candidate
,i.,Iim sure none of the Gringos' drawbacks I mention are born of no he union will relish tbi.
oad faith, but mainly from an unconscious mental laziness in some I & labor politics may take ft
fcofour friends from across the border when they try to understand pa!y for 8 VPar or lW0- 11 m.av
ns. Let's all try harder. I pe' snowhiund, even after rains
(SaJ- believe that the airing of
gooa laitn, Dec a use to bury a cause ol misunderstanding only leads
worse misunderstandings in the
.Wiser in facing the common danger
;Wfrietion ax much a rmssiblp
' pbiiind chauvinism from either side
ln Williamson Place ai.r! a certain section of Anron we wer tnlH
Sfthe Housing Manager that certain quarters were for single people.
rV movpd into tha arrax in crwl faith Than the Uniiuns M,n,nir
JiXthe gall to put married couples, then couples with children, into
fteeas reserved for bachelors.
...Some people marry, some have children, and some remain single
'. forohvious reasons. All deserve to have their noise or quiet, as their i
i married status dictates. In shacks such as those in Williamson Place'
v poises carry loud and clear.
tJ,Why has the Housing Manager failed in his promise? Married:
; coupies witn cnuoren should be allotted one building area, married'
"snst another, and the single persons another. The reason advanc advanced
ed advanced by the Housing Manager for his short-sighted thinking that space
l needed for family apartments is not valid. There remain empty
fa nail jr apartments in family buildings.
Give a BOOK for CHRISTMAS
V-a. v v. .th f Jsuy
PANAMA AMKNICAN PMC. IN
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JOSHUA MWMI. INC.
NIW VOHR. HI' N V.
9 90 13 OO
lei readera el The "mama American
are handled ta a wbeHv eenfidenfial
ba ImpiHant II II deein'l appeal the
"Girl Across the border" (Man box.
Tho Parrama Ampriran K rpnorr or
the opinions emitted by a few of
i i PnUn .iritli nn. A m amAOn fa m
III VUIUII, Willi (U nuituvnii iur
prompted by some alleged attacK
of an habitual state of affairs in
recur. Reading the above quotation
t consid-t great
families around is none too flat
all American, in tne proper sense or
we come from Alaska, Canada, the
America, Panama or South America.
This is far frnm tv v
also, and some pretty serious ones
are api io more prouueuve oi taut
mav well be a case in noint.
behaviour, taste, etc. Anv deDar-
they are prone to try to impose
i : :
this in mind when evaluating the
with. If he has no previous con
find it difficult to meet the best peo-
a I.' uj wuuitl AVUIU ML 1 1 U 1 1 LC
rnrrerllv nninteH nut thai it is nnt al
meet the best families and their
the stranger, if he looks for them.
play-for-pay girls. If this happens
concerned, it is not important. But I
gripes is salutarv amone people of
future. We should all trv to be
to our civilization, and avoid hsp-
This is thp hod euro fnr vnnnU.
of the border.
Two Bit Philosopher
nd J" SL
By VICTOR RIESEL
ATLANTIC CITY- In the early
hours of labor a national conven
tion, one ol the men who hopes
to grab off the Democratic Party's
next Presidential nominations, dis
patched word nere mat ne was
snowbound and couldn't come. He
is New Jersey's Gov. Robert May
ner, whom labor helped to elect
just a little more than a month
ago. The snows went. The rains
came. But Gov. Mayncr didn't.
Most of the time he was in his
state capital, less than two hours
drive from this, the most famous
seaside resort of his home state.
The Presidential hopeful had a
ready made audience man who
in the past have supplied the mo
ney. the manpower and strategy
for many a successful campaign
er. Some of these men said, in the
closing hours of this AFLrCIO par
ley, which was so occupied with
fuhts over racketeering, that their
hands and political hears will re
main as frozen in future campaigns
as the New Jersey Governor said
his roads were this past week.
Some of labor's political chiefs
who met quietly here said that
Gov. Mayner's absence, after he
had been invited, highlights the
fact that, for the moment, only
one political machine appeared to
the IiBM machine in the convetion
It has a keyboard. You push
a butto and the voting record
of your congressman comes 'out
on a piece of punched paper tape.
The machine was set up by the
AFL-CIO's Committee on Politic Political
al Political Education COPE. But, truly,
little other union political machi machinery
nery machinery is functioning anywhere a a-cross
cross a-cross the country.
There are as many reasons as
there now are feuds inside labor.
First, the movement is split wide
open. True, the convention's of official
ficial official resolution on political action
attacked the Republicans and prais
ed the liberal Democrats. But that
was passed almost unheard, like
a sigh in the wintery ocean winds
outside the hall. Political cam campaign
paign campaign are not fought on these
convention floors. They are fought
back home. There yotf will find
ah uii.iiigari, iui example, uicic
: u rvi; u t u- nm
onV hna "an7 the Jim HofTa bloc
on the other
Tn bov h ar savine that
i( Hoffa ats tne Mew York trial
tn exDect t0 gee him indicte(j
in Michigan on similar wire
charees. There will be internal
strife and battling to fill the
power vacuum. This will leave lit little
tle little time for tihified political action,
or even for effective campaigning
for any side.
There are similar -disruptions in-
UIM UUUWI3 111
17 states where the AFL and CIO
haven't merged on the regional
level. There also are some 325 ci cities
ties cities in which the old AFL and
CIO groups still are battling -still
unmerged. These are in such
states as New York, New Jersey,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Ca California.
lifornia. California. These 17 states have the
hulk of industrial America with
the biggest blocs of labor votes.
But, even if they were not
feuding, and could agree on poli political
tical political candidates, the labor lead leaders
ers leaders feel that for the next year
or so they must stay in the back background.
ground. background. They must ride out 'he
McClellan Committee's exposures.
They are unhappy about it, for
they 'feel they've done consider considerable
able considerable house cleaning here, but
they are realists and they don't
want to embarrass their friends.
They don't want to embarras
themselves either, by offering
their hospitality and being turned
down as thev were bv Gov.
Meyner, who failed to accept their
invitation to appear in person at
this convention to welcome the
delegates to his state.
Labor and rts political friends
have still another problem. Trea
sury agents have been in most
of their headquarters in a routine
inspection of books. The White
House proposes that a new law re re-oi"re
oi"re re-oi"re the filing of a detailed ree-
ord of every alderman up
be in a huge goldfish bowl.
means that the public will know
The Royal Canadian Mount Mounted
ed Mounted Police, a force of about 5,000
Canadian national police, today
(rarely use horses for transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Instead, they use more
modern methods of "always
. getting their man." Today, the' N
j lorce ses cars, motorcycles,
trucks, snowmobiles, airplane -and
even ships in fulfilling its
'responsibility of enforcing'
Canada's federal laws.
K x l
yNEA Service,. tne:
Heaven knows, halve been
vehemently for Ike Eisenhower in
two elections, and there is nobody
as general, President, and man
whom I admire more. But I find
myself apt today to go along with
the more responsible of my British
colleagues, most of whom are yel
ling for Ike to quit while he is
To 'face a fact, thie President
has spent considerable time in
convalescence during his three
illnesses since he was last elected.
He has spent more shop time in
an effort to prevent other illnesses.
He will spend more company
time in the future looking after
his health and possible recover recovering
ing recovering from other, perhaps graver,
The human machine. 'as anvbodv.tanarsiif for error, our strength and
past 40 knows, has. tendency to
gnna us gears ana purn out list
bearings as time wears on. Ike is
67, and he has served in all the
wars since the Philippines in
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By BOB RUARK
served a hitch and a half in the
biggest of all man killers, the
Presidency, which is the titular
head of the Western nations.
I do not believe that we can
afford a semi convalescent Pre President,
sident, President, subject to more and more
ills as the pressure of his enor enormous
mous enormous job saps his trength. Sixty Sixty-seven
seven Sixty-seven is not young, even for. a
man who is retired to his farm
and is free of most care. We need
a full time President, working
at full force and full function.
fill do us no good at all if -Ike,
through infirmity and fatigue,
leads us into some of the dread
ful mistakes the dying Mr. Roose
velt conducted when he was much
too old and infirm to run the
shop. Apart from any potential
the fatth"lh W awoao, is already
tremendously (sbaken A -' sic k
skipper never, instilled much faith
in the crew.
do not tlhlnk that the world
would judge Ike badly if he hand
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ed the active reins to Dick Nixon
and assumed a part time piantle
as exofficio adviser and senior
statesman. It would give him an
opportunity to mend his health
and enjoy the rich old age he has
so magnificently earned, without
plowing into his reserves of health.
Ike deserves a lot of golf, fish fishing
ing fishing and puttering, free of criti criticism.
cism. criticism. But you can't putter and be
Pracirtant r.in.,,l,nn 1.. rput
th. puttering or the fe
is bound to suffer and the nf.
ficial judgment of a man with a
sour history of health is bound to
be suspect especially abroad.
We are fortunate in owning, in
the person of Dick Nixon, one of
the few Vice Presidents who has
been Jet, in m the act since the
beginnrnff of .TlrJea .lfiiiat ri
mxon nasi functioned; as something
mure man an assistant f resident.
Ins President Eisenhower's other
illnesses, he took over smonthlv
and competently, and the, govern
ment ground along in even- stride.
At 44, Nixon is an exuberantly
healthy man of this- age, which is
a,young man's agie, and a new
age. Like him or not, he is at
least no political albatross slung
round the Presidential" neck but
a remarkably savvy guv with
j expert training in the problems
oi tooay and tomorrow.
It is certain that Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower must cherish his health if he
continues iny office, but I wonder
if a health cherishing president
is what we need at the moment.
It is rather like asking a profes professional
sional professional soldier to oeware of the
bullets, or a boxer to cherish his
chin. The White House, after all,
is not a convalescent home.
It will do us no good in time
wasted, decisions flubbed, and mis mistakes
takes mistakes made if Ike is allowed to be become
come become pregressively ill in office,
or even to die in office, which is
not an impossibility. A certan plan-nedi-abdication
now might save
us a power of "future pain.
I think that if. there is a pos possibility
sibility possibility Of Ike not finishing out
his term, that here and now is
the time to straighten out the store
and run in the new bov while
the old boy is around to t of I
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WASHINGTON!-' S'enailorj prob
ing our "smugniks in sputniks"
may -not' know; it, but a secret,
censor has" been 'appointed in the
Pentagon to review, and u neces
sary suppress, lntormauon io De
sent- to the misslc investigatiiik
He is Robert Dechert, counse.
for the Defense department, whose
iob is is to see that tne senators
get no information too embarrasr
sing to the administration.
Despite this,, the Senators have
laid hands on one dynamite-laden
document, labeled RM-17qo, d;ted
June 21, 1956, which as far back
as a year and a half ago gave
grim warmn" of Russia s mis
The secret report was based' on
Soviet clinical journals which
have Droved amazingly frank
when the administration could
soare the money to transalte them
Here's what HM-1760, a technic
al intelligence report prepared for
the Air Force by the nana cor
poration, revealed two summers
1. That Russia had already start
ed construction of a moon roc
ket about 200 feet long and -40
feet in diameter. It would be driven
to the moon bs 20 rocket motors,
capable of generating 350,000,000
horsepower. a lane oh, o ir
cent of its gross weight would be
2. That the Soviets were build-
ins a four-stage satellite launcn-
er which could catapult a one-
ton payload into an orbit 125 to
1,000 miles above-trie eartn. aig
nificantly, this was described as
a "product of the T-3 intercon intercontinental
tinental intercontinental ballistic missile) pro program."
gram." program." 3 That the Russians were com completing
pleting completing a 160 foot IOBM, weighing
250 tons, with a range of 5.00
miles. This is the terrible T-3
whose first stages, the report
said, are T-l and T-2 intermedi intermediate
ate intermediate missiles.
i. That Russia "started produc production"
tion" production" in 1956 of the T-2 an 85 85-ton
ton 85-ton ballistic missile with an 1,800
mile range. Its lox-kerosene mo-
firm assistance. ;
I still like Ike, but I would,, like
vice which has existed since ne
entered West Point -r- and I would
like the public service not to suf suffer
fer suffer in the meantime.
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, almost twice, what our best engina
cm. 'do bo
5.1 That the Russians were 'also
producing th T-4, "supersonic
glide missile,' which : could sail
1,000 miles on thin wings.
SPACI SHIP MIN
. 6. That they were developing a
manned rocket bomber able to
soar ovr 100 miles into spac,
for distances up to 10.000 miles.
Already flight-tested,, this is the
nearest man has come to building
a manned st-ace ship. r.
7. That 18 months ago the So Soviets
viets Soviets had already produced a roc rocket
ket rocket fuel that could get 40 per cent
more thrust out of an engine with
out increasing. its size or weight
8. That they were producing
at least two manned rocket planes,
the Yak-21 and La:17, comparable
to our X-l and X-2 experimental
O That liiaela almafiu. h mA man.
ned rocket interceptors.- capable
of shooting down jet bombers, sta stationed
tioned stationed around her arms centers.
10. That the Soviet arsenal ii
bristling with lesser rockets and
missiles, including several that
can' be launched from submarines
under water for, distances up to
The shaking KM -1760 report dis dismissed
missed dismissed the suggestion that Russia
was relying on imported German
scientists and stolen secrets for
her rocket development.
"Quick to realize the enormous
military potential of the rocket,"
the report declares, "the Soviet
Government organized a govern-
ment sponsored rocket research
program in 1934, eight years be before
fore before similar systematic Army Army-sponsored
sponsored Army-sponsored research began in the
What the Senators would like
to know is why RM-1780 went un unheeded
heeded unheeded and why the truth about
Soviet missile power has been with
held from the public.
Note: Central Intelligence chief
Allen Dulles warned Senators be
hind closed doors that Russia is
ahead of us in every military field
except atomic submarines.
He claimed the Soviets are a
"couole of years" ahead in satel
lites and' intercontinental missiles.
Asked why his warnings weren't
heeded, Dulles replisd with a
shrug that it wasn't his respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. J
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MaVAND MRS. PAUL A. 8ENTZ ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE
Of DAUGHTER, JOAN, TO MR. MURRAY DAVIDSON
X "Mf, and Mr. Paul A. Berrtz of Balboa Haights announca tha
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I All friends are invited to at at-wife
wife at-wife of tand the wedding of Miss Patn-
thiscia Swafford to Mr. Ernest L.
Biagi Jr. which will be held at
tie First Baptist Church at 7
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er Reed-er Ha.l.
Miss Diana Skinnar,
Miss Diane C. Skinner and her
fiance Mr. Hugh W. tfrnisse n-
rived from Washington D. C. this
week to visit with Miss Skuiner s
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Skin Skinner.
ner. Skinner. They will be married on Dec.
28 at Ft. Amador Chapel.
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David Fairchild is due tj ar arrive
rive arrive here some time today to
spend Christmas jvith his parents
Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bell Fair Fair-child.
child. Fair-child. David is on vacation from
Steve Maduro, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Felix B. Maduro cf Fna
ma City will be accompanied by
Mitchell Wolfson Jr. of Miami,
when he arrives from I iwrence iwrence-vilie
vilie iwrence-vilie School, New Jersey today.
Mr. Wolfson will spend the holi holidays
days holidays with the Maduro family.
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Dr. Marshall Hertig of San
Francisco is entertaining Ms
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Legler from Framing-
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While Girls Leave
School After Fight
Over Losl Sweater
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 19 (UP)
Between 50 and 100 white students
walked out of their interracial
Central High School classes today
as an aftermath of a scratching
fight between a white girl and
a Negro girl over a sweater found
in a locker room.
The strikers gathered outside
the school, jeered at students in
the building and tried to persuade
them to join in the walkout. A
plea by the principal to return
to classes was ignored. v.-
It took police two hours to bring
the protest un("er control, but
there was no fighting or rioting.
Tnree white girl strikers were
removed bodily from the school
grounds fot resisting police at
tempts to break up the throng.
The girls were taken to police
headquarters and then released.
The strikers protested the fact
Uiat the Negro girl involved in
the quarrel had returned to school
while the white girl stayed home,
at the request of Principal A. B.
Jordan. He sdd he asked the
white girl's mother to keep her
away from school until the matter
could be settled.
Jordan said the Negro girl was
asked to bring her father to
school with her this morning. But
she reported for classes alone,
bringing a note from her father
saying he could not be there.
The walkout of white students
in the integrated school in mid mid-town
town mid-town north St. Louis occurred
shortly after 9 a.m. Police said
about 100 of the school's 1,300
students struck. School authorities
said the figure was closer to 50.
Six squad cars were sent to. the
scene to break up the milling
crowd of students "outside the
Police said the incident that
touched off the demonstration
occurred yesterday. A sophomore
white girl and a freshman Negro
fought in the girl's locker room
and into a hall. The white girl
was treated for scratches by her
family doctor, police said.
School officials said the white
girl found a sweater In the locker
room and the Negro girl claimed
it was hers. Then the girls began
None of the girls arrested today
was involved directly in yester
day's fight One was 17 and the
others were 15.
Betty's Uncle Bob and Aunt Blr
aie had come to dinner.
As her mother .started whloDins
ner masnea potatoes, she Said to
her sister-in-law, "Why did I send
that girl for my cream? I might
nave anown sne wouldn't get
nere on time She went for it an
hour ago. If I'd been that irres
ponsible when I was 13..."
Aunt Birdia was verv avmna.
thetlc. She said, "You've just Men
too juna lor your own good. Dot
I guess soma kida have tn Inarn
tne Hard way. Anyway, as I al
ways say to Bob, you've certainh
got f nothing to reproach yoursei
Grateful for this avmnathv. Bet-
sandth time, "Oh, what good friend
Birdie is to me?
For years Aunt Birdie has been
sympathising with her over her
children's misbehavior. Instead
of solving its problems, it has
weakened the power of Betty's
muiacr io soive tnem.
reopie who endlesslv listen to
our complaints about children do
us no favor. For every time we
cnuciz jeturs lrreeDonaihilltv
4 A A. Tri' H n .r
io Auni mraie, we release some
ot we resentment we feel at it.
What we need is not her vm.
pathy, but the full, uncomfortable
tension of our own fiinir Rv
allowing us to reduce our steam
through the valve of compaints,
Aunt birdie has made it Impos Impossible
sible Impossible for us to ever explode it to
Betty so impressively that she is
made suddenly aware of us as a
real person with genuine feelings.
But Betty never contacts the
powerful response to her irrespon irresponsibility
sibility irresponsibility that would wake her up
to its consequences.
So Aunt Birdie is not our
friend. She just encourages us to
waste our valuable anger to no
purpose and delays reconcilllation
with our child.
A good psychiatrist listens to
our complaints only ior a limited
time. Then he begins to show bore boredom
dom boredom with them. As we tell hira
how badly our employer has used
us, he looks out of the window or
otherwise indicates disinterest.:
He is saving. "Mv dear fellow
human, do something with your
anger at this exploiting boss. I am
not he. Make your protest'where
it will produce results instead of
wasting it on me.
He is being our friend.
Sen. Smothers Tells NY Times He'll Seek
Watchdogs To Check OverseasAid Waste
If you run out of cigarettes at a
friend's house, and your host and
hostess neither smoke nor have
any cigarettes out for guests, don't
ask if they have any.
Chances are they don't and you
will only embarrass them by ask
ing for something they are unable
"BRENDA FOR BEAUTY" t
jf wishes its distinguished clientele
g and a
(Iditor's Note: Before leaving
Panama early this weak dfter
several days en the Isthmus,
San. George A. 'Smathers (D (D-Fla.)
Fla.) (D-Fla.) gave the following inter
view te a New York Time
correspondent. It was printed
in that paper on Tuesday.
sBy PAUL P. KENNEDY
Senator George A. Smathers
said today be would ask Con
gress to appoint observers In for
eign posts to see now united
States aid funds were being
spent. i tiat is being provided
The Florida Democrat said be tress is Deing spent.
was planmng to put tho matter
before the Senate Foreign Re
lations and House Foreign Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Committees. He is on an
inspection trip of Central Amer
ica and the northern part of
He said he had been "shocked"
at conditions in Guatemala.
Mr. Robottom (Ambassador
Roy R.) said we are 'on top (I
the Guatemala situation, the
senator declared. "Well, I hope
Much of the millions the Unit
ed States hss spent in Guatema
la "obviously has been wasted."
Smathers asserted. He held that
Congress had been kept in the
dark on the true situation be'
cause it "had no eyes other than
that of our Embassy."
Smathers noted that all branch
es of the United States Govern
ment had observers abroad except
Visits by Congressmen abroad
are well and good." ho said.
but they are necessarily fast
trips and provided only sketchy
Under his plan Congress would
hsve permanent observers in an
aid area who would constantly
supply information to their re respective
spective respective committees. They would
not be under the State Depart
ment or embassies, and would
not have offices in the United
States-owned or rented buildings.
They would be observers
every sense of the word, the
He said he expected much op
position to the plan from the
State Department, and he doubt
ed "that many embassies would
take kindly to the idea of hav having
ing having their actions being observed
by persons not under their con-i "Certainly, if Congress had fc
trol." cwn ooservers mere, we -wouia
The diplomatic status of the liave been kept better abreast of
observers would have o be what actually was gorai; on
worked out, ha added. .They prob Guatemala," he commented,
ab.y would carry diplomatic pass- In his brief tour of Central A A-porta,
porta, A-porta, but would not likely have merica, 'we would have saved
diplomatic privileges, he went on. millions of dollars bad we had a
AccordinB to the Senator, thev troner direction on how our
would be in a position to observe J loney was being spent.
all the political aspects m a "The military have observers
country and would not be re and so do the Judiciary, such
sponsible to the Administration is the Federal BureHU of Inves-
party. t jation and Justice Department," a
Their only Basic tasK, ne sam ij said, "ine laoor ueparcmem .7
would be "to see -how the money nd Agriculture Department have:
con-jieir. own oDservera ..aDroaa out ",
Congress, which has the ; biggest
The observers could inform 1 tsnonsibillty of all, must depend ,v
Congress of political and econo ot the State Department for all
Imic movements within their areai s foreign information." $f
when tilings were happening, the 1 His trip has convmcea mm.
Senator said. He complained thalthat the world is growing 19 r
brie.'tags given to Congressmen mall that we simply must have
before tneir trips were sometimes more moaern meinoas 01 Keep
weeks behind. He-said he wasiig in touch with countres where
"astounded at the actual slato oil we. are spending American dol
political' affairs," in Guatemala. Jars."
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lawyer Shifls Plan
To Reveal Names
Of Teamster Rebels
WASHINGTON. Dee. 19 fUP)
Attorneys for IS rank and file
Teamsters rebels did an about-
face today and decided to keep
secret tne names of contributors
to the court fight to void James
R. Hoffa's election as union president.
Attorney Godfrey P. Schmidt
told newsmen it would make the
contributors subject to "reprisals"
if he should make their names
public. He said he would diielose
their identities "only if the cojrt
Schmidt talked to newsmen af after
ter after Stephen J. Milone of New York
Teamsters Local 80S, one oi the.
rebels, testified that his own par partial
tial partial list of persons who put up
funds for the court fight bid been
lost or mislaid.
Schmidt's announcement repre represented
sented represented an overnight change of
heart. He had ssid yesterday that
Milone would be readv to idantlfr
all of the persons who contributed
to tne suit to nullify Hoffa's elec.
tion to succeed retiring President
Asked the reason for his sudden
switcn in plans, the attorney said,
"I'm not going to expose these
people to reprisals. One of the
first things that would hannen is
that there would be reprisals im-
meaiaieiy wnere tney are mem
bers of tne union.
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"And where thev are not Im
added, "Hoffa and Beck if they
could would try te hurt them in
! Hoffa has been barred from tak
Ing over as union president uotil
lie current court suit rmdvot the
charges by the 13 rebel Teamsters
iiat tne union's convention in Ml.
ami Beach. Fla wit "ri
uosure nu eiecuon.
At .the request of Teamsters at at-torney
torney at-torney Edward Bennett WlHas,
wimess Miione promised,
day to disclose his own
persons who have hehMd (o fi
nance the suit of the rebels.
; Reminded of his promise this
'morning, Milone said he tele telephoned
phoned telephoned his wife last night and she
reported she was unable te locate
' "Whether the children sot hold
of it or not. I don't know," 'he
Milone told the court that Fran-
lia Murray, a certified public act
count nt in jfew York Citv had a
, record of all the contribusooa. The
1 M !1
u ranx-ana-uiers nave set i.p
their beadouarters ia Murray's of-'
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Memo to Men:
Flnn't fnrPPt that VOUT Wife. hOW-
ever long you have been married,
is at heart pretty much the same
girl you proposed to.
She may nave iraaea a
for a s izfi 14. and her hair may
show no gray only by the grace
of the modern beauty shop. But
she still loves compliments as
much as ever. And it sne stiu sees
admiration in your eyes, what the
mirror .tells her won't be too dis
She may be as practical as all
get out when it comes to managing
the family budget, but she likes
to know that you, at least, sill
wish you could lavish a few of the
luxuries on her. Even the most
sensible woman gets a lift from
the knowledge that her husband
would make her life easier for her
if he could.
STILL LIKES DATES ;
. She mav seem completely ab
sorted in PTA meetings and Cub
Scouting, and finding just the right
material for the liviiieroom dra
peries. But try telephoning hr
from the office and inviting her to
dinner, with; jthe enthusiasm you
lmprt in show when .you! asked ner
for a date, and see how gay and
excited her voice suddenly rounds.
She may not compalin, but next
time you notice that sne iooks tar
ed, shoo her Off to the Jiving tdom
while you clean up the kitchen,
and see if you don't get as grate grateful
ful grateful a response as though you bad
bought her an expensive present.
She. may be the most devoted
and conscientious of mothers, but .,
inisist occasionally on the two of
you getting away by yourselves..
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
4th of July and "J" St.
see what a gay, carefree
companion she can become.
Never forget that underneath the
matron, the mother, the wife there,
is still the girl you married. If
you can just remember that, you
will have a happy wife, and that1
will make it much easier for you fif
to be a happy husband, i"
Chrislmas Concert f
Af Baptist Church
On Sunday Night
The choir and soloists of the"
First Baptist Church of Balboa
HeghtC will fpresenl their Flf-
teenth Annual Christmas Concert'
at -30 this Sunday evening in
the auditorium of the church.
program is Svided 1 n t o
two Sections, each-: beginnihg with '4
Scripture reading! frwnt tbeOl1
andi New. Testament, tte firstf,
section of the varity concert wilL
feature ,4nr addition to the choir?
Mr. .Webb Hearne sinains o-
Holy Hight,?! ,nd Mm uWM-j
Hearne sihgintf "Jesu Bambino:-'
Mrs. Nellree Smith singing "The
Angels' Song" and Dorothy Chap-Tj
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22nd
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS
TOBY JUGS, FIGURINES
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
"The Mosi Talked-Aboat Gift Store
On The Isthmus"
9:30 P.M. -11 :30 P.M. -1:30 A.M.
Now ARRDD wi, PERSTOP
Stops Porspfration Stains and Odor! ;
man singing "O Fear Not."
Hie ssecond section of selections
will present in addition o the
chorus numbers, Mr. Robert IBue IBue-kerns
kerns IBue-kerns at the organ In "Luther's
Cradle Humn, the church trio
including ; Harriet Serger, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy v Chapman,' .and Mildred
Hearne in "Sleep Holy Babe,"
and the mixed quartet including,
Harrict SergerV Dorothy Chapman,
John Nits and James PoweUL in
"Long Ago Christmas"
;-v - w-r
Aniong the choir ; numbers, will
b Spirituals sufeias "Doan Yn
Heah Dem Bellsf modern bum bum-bers
bers bum-bers such aa Latham's "In a
Manger Lowly" and traditional
numbers such as Gounod's "Love.
ly Appear Over the Mountains."
The members of the choir are:
Sopranos Jean Beeby, Judith
Beeby, Mildred Hearne, Sally
Eihart. Harriet Sereer. Nellree
Smith, E veils Wright:-Altos Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Chspman, Erma Forbes,
Joyce Powell, Joyce Summers:
Tenors Jim Haserodt. 5 Garv
Inman, John Nitz: Basses Ivan
Hayworth. Wehb Hearne. Ed Kin-
nett, Arthur Perlinger, Jim Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, Russell Reid. The director ia
Mildred Hearne and the organist
is Robert (Buekema.
The service begins at TtfO and
every one is invited to attned.
Present Low Bids
On 2 PC Projects
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. to b sur.
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Low b'ds totaling $48,757 were j
entered by Dillon and Hickman
on two Panama Canal construe-
tion projects for, which bids were
opened yesterday afternoon in the
Administration (Building at Balboa
Heights.:., ., r,--ys"
Dillon and Hickman made a
low. offer of $39,000 on the work
of consolidating two wards and
the construction js?-a nursery at
Coco Solo Hospital and $12,68; on
extensive plumbing changes ia
the Ancon' and Diablo Heights
Schools..' s 'I
Other bids were entered bv
Isthmian Constructors and E. O
Hauke, on the hospital work an
by Wright Brothers and H. Jt
Kaspp on the school plumbing
project : J: : ; y;
The renovations to be made at
Coco Solo Hospital will consist
of. the construction of a modern
nursery oe the second floor of tfao
hospital and the consolidation of
Wards C and BV
The school plumbing work win
include the removal and replace
ment or. au natures nirrtne
in the Aneon elementary school
and the removal and replacements
of 17 water closets, in the Diabke
Heights elementary schooL
. THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, J957
THE ?ANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TAIPEI, Dec. 19 CUP) National.
1st China's Housing Commission
announced to-'ay it would build
5,100 houses, for 'factory worker
and farmers with the help of. some
two million dollars in American
aid. : '" 'T'.-. '"V:';-
MANILA, Dec 19 OJPp The
Philippine government tigfttenea
the nation's austerity belt today
by banning importation of chewing
gum, tobacco, raisin, and instant
coffee. ..'i.' ''':'
Bbund'For Tokyo I
:; :;." "' ',
TAMA" Tanail Dec. 19 (UP)
v..n. r.rrfi nI Snellman. Rom
Catholic Archbishop of New York,
will arrive in xoKyp aunuay ior
two-week visit to U. S. military
anils in. the Fat East, tne u.o.
LONDON, Deo. 19 (UP) A per personal
sonal personal ad in the London Times:
. "Today is Daisy's, the Peki-
. .ivth hirthriaV She wishes
to send her love to all mankind.
irK iiAnniiil If HA IMAni til w.
ulrl inUFrlNU 13 lu PKUDtcm . g
YOU Will f ina the right gift for everyone,
on your list at LOW, LOW PRICES!
Attractive; Unusual GIFTS
from all over the world:
CERAMICS" and POTTERY
from ITALY! r
FRANCE, SPAIN, GERMANY
ITALY and UNITED STATES!
''Van Raalte" and "Kayser" New
Beautiful Nylon LINGERIE;
with lavish lace trims!
THOUSANDS of TOYS, the most
Give Home Accessories, Decorative
. .and WE GIVE YOU free:
A "Special Gift? from the moment
you spend your First Dollar!
SHALL WE EXPECT YOUR ;VISIT?
By MR. FIX
Wo'VV.' nm 1nff WAV linCC.
candles were used for Christina"
fD..f- lot thn relative safetv
of light bulbs over candles cause
.you"' to be careless. -. improper
used, they're a hazard. . .. ,.
S Check last, year's strings. Re
pair Broken connections, tnrow a-
way irayea tora seta.
WHETHER YOU DO other dec decorating,
orating, decorating, you're Jikely to have a
Here's the rule for agunng uie
lights you'll need, as worked out
by lighting experts:, A properly
outline tree should have one
light per square foot.
To get the area of your tree
multiply its width measured at
fk.' Kbm itm hniffht' and that
mo vj a
total by lVb. For example: If
you pave a free 6 feet tall, 4 leet
wide yt i need 36 lights- to out
line it. k
LIGHT STRINGS for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas trees are available in .two
types-of wiring series asd paral parallel.
lel. parallel. In the series hookup, if one
bulb burns out the whole string
goes dark. The only way to lo locate
cate locate the faulty bulb is to check
every bulb by replacing each
with one you know is good.
In a parallel-wired string, each
bulb burns Independently of its
Lights are placed on the tree
I.TVoHitinnallv thp method IS to
9 start at the top of the tree and
work down and arouna its cir
Place lights on inside boughs
first; and work from the trunk to
the -tips of the boughs.
vn tho hulhs iwav from
needles and bark, and check
their 1 positions frequently.
TITTUP.' ABF. VARIATIONS on
tVi.t tmriitinnal method theme:
A short, stocky tree: nang
Itnac ta mflVo tree look taller.
linatVn niiVii tree look taller.
Thin tree: smral two sets of
liohte nns rnnnintf from left to
nsnt, tne otner m m uppuaiie
Toii nir svmmetrlcal tree:
vnn're fortunate. Emphasize its
good lines by hanging lights hor
izontally, looping strings evenly.
LONDON (UP)- A woman In.
terviewed by a roving BBC teleyl
' amaw mi a '"Mincr eve' oro
.rv, lsat nicrht was asked
who was representing Great Brit
ain at tne JNA1V cowereiico m
pris "President Eisenhower, I
unnnnsp." she said. 'i
l- s. s -1
MILAN. Italy, Dec. 19 (UP)
Honith ripnaHment officials re
ported today that there was noth
ing wrong witn tne armKing ww;r
of nearby Casalpusterlengo except
that it caught fire.
Several housewives rusnea 10
find out after they lighted matches
nonr rwite fir hnttles of water and
inn ftmo snrinff nn for' a few
seconds. Water company officials
said the water was pertecuy anni-
ohln ind its iiniixnnl action Would
disappear as soon as they ligurea
a way to Keep unaergrouna
methane gas from seeping into
New, eool-burnlm tree lamps simulate the beauty of illumi illuminated
nated illuminated Ice. Brand new this Christmas season, they add their
(low to a host of accessories the handy man can adapt to his
use during the holidays..
Rains Kill 3
Algiers. Dec. 19 cupi
French officials reported atleast
tnree persons dead and an esti
mated 10,000 homeless today fol following
lowing following two davs of torrential rains
Do you know
the best Tailor Shop in Panama? y
The most luxurious, the best equipped,
the best stocked? It's in front of he
Lux Theatre beside Econogas.
DE LUXE TAILOR SHOP
Ordered To Bone
Uo On Politics
MOSCOW, December 19
- (United Press) The De
fense Ministry has ordered ail
ranking officers in the armed
forces to devote at least au nours
a year in school boning up on their
political studies, it was disclosed
The army newspaper Kea Mar
said a directive from the ministry
compelled generals, admirals and
other officials to do homework-
For their political studies tney
nffered a choice of classroom
lectures and semis'ars on these
three subjects; history ot tne com com-mnniit
mnniit com-mnniit Partv dialectical material
ism and Marxism and Leninism.
The tightening or ideological ais-
!nlin annarentlv was Dart of a
...-.iii. initiated after the down-
fall of former Defense Minister
Georgi Zhukov last Nov. z.
The marshal was accused of put putting
ting putting himself ahova the party.
New SKAL Club
At Buffet Party
xne. tR.Ah uud nad a buttet buttet-party
party buttet-party af the Hotel Internacional
last nitrht rinrincr whiph tho naw
directors for the club were elect
ed ior lass, as follows:
President, Manuel Castillo, re replacing
placing replacing Charles (Rety Smith, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Arthur Lmdon, replac-
t n i-u.
nig tiuacjii vuuijujgiidjii; Kecreia Kecreia-ry,
ry, Kecreia-ry, Charles O'Brien, replacing Art
Lindo; treasurer, Lt. Michel Hei Hei-moz,
moz, Hei-moz, replacing Frank Zeimetz; di-
rcuiur ui puuuciiy ana asst. Trea Treasurer,
surer, Treasurer, Francisco de la Guardia,
Jr., replacing James M. Thomp-
ami, uucciuig, inaries (itea;
Smith, replacing Stanley Fidan Fidan-que,
que, Fidan-que, Oscar Aguerreverre, replac replacing
ing replacing Fred Bauer; Thomas Lindo,
replacing tiooert JBoyd, and Juan
A J 1 1 m
a. ae ia ijuaroia, replacing
The SKAL Club is "an interna international
tional international organization composed of
members of the transportation and
: n .v
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Bring your children to.ee our
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DIRECTOR O. E. Jbrstad, director of music for Cristobal
High School for the last 20 years, will again direct the
school's 20th annual Christmas Festival which will be present presented
ed presented tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. in the CHS auditorium,
featuring the CHS orchestra and chorus.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBEB It. 1057
THE rANAMA AMERICAN AN IXPETENDENT DA11X NEWSTAfEB
Social and Oth
f Judy Cellty
1 i im With
M Birthday Party
Sandy McKeown of Arraijan, Re Republic
public Republic of Panama, arrived today
;. th. rhrUtmn Holidays.
t t -roi. and Mrs. Martin Col-Jimmy attenas mubibsifj" """"-
heyTentertained a lare group of ern College at Hattiesourg, mis-
1 children at the Quarry Heights sissippi.
.i Officers' Club on Tuesday after-
,"The older children put on a Gamboa Students
! "talent show" for the little ones. here For Christmas
"bingo was played and refresh- Louise Tate, who attends te-
, Dingo w" ....,.,.. !,.,. rniw in Missouri. Diane
, meats were aervcu r lhp i,niurSitv of
J.me. McKtown Jr. Alabama and Billy Campbell who
Jlj... attends Auburn college m aiuj-
I It-ietldavs 'm have rrived ,0 sPenl tne
f I James McKeown, Jr., son of A-, Christmas holiday with their, re-
l .. ,r t n. il. 1 famillai in (2inD0a.
' nitar w. Mciveown i diuu oiu".
I Soviet Envoy Postpones Vacation
' aaa mm
imor Exploratory East-west laiKS
Cxklklion Of Watercolors
But aois Woryan On 2)ldpfay
BONN, Germany, Dec. 19 (UP)
Soviet Ambassador Andrei Smir Smir-BOv
BOv Smir-BOv has postponed his Christmas
vacation in order to be on hand
. .vnlnnlnrv HBct.WPSt t a 1 k 8
, iJl A)IVlk".J
1 with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer,
lt vitas learned today.
I Sources said Smirnov postponed
I his Vacation on instructions from
SWntfdw after reDorts from tne
NiTn "summit" conference in
Parfs said Adenauer had been
rlva the ffn-ahead to sound out
?the itussians on the chances of
iast-west negotiations to relax
I Adenauer is scheduled to re re-Is
Is re-Is tnr from Paris tomorrow night.
fHe'Jast saw Smirnov Dec. 13,
I three days after Smirnov deliver deliver-f
f deliver-f d note from Soviet Premier
Nikolai Bulganin warning against
the establishment ot u.&. jnierme-diate-range
missile bases in West
An official spokesman said the
note would be "thoroughly exa;
mined and answered with care
especially as it contained no
threats which would make a
realistic answer impossiDie.
In Paris Adenauer urged inai
a new approach to the Soviets
should be made, although not
necessarily on a high level.
T)annr4a frnm Pari said the
conference agreed that Adenauer
should make the first approacn on
behalf of the western powers
through normal diplomatic channels.
I ICC Ruling Could Penalize Unions
Fpr Using Hot Cargo' As Weapon
Mix Tvii Morsan. whose wa-
tercolors are on display in the
Art Gallery of the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center, was
born and raised in Toledo, Ohio,
and received a bachelor of arts
and bachelor of education degrees
from its university.
Thro nna.man shnwi at the
Toledo Museum of Art and the
Toledo Artists' Club preceded ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions at the USO-JWB and the
Canal Zone library for the artist
who is a teacner 01 science anu
Enelish in Balboa Junior Hign
Mi Mnriran has had her paint
ings accepted in juried watercol-
or shows in loieoo, toiuiiiuus,
Youngstown, Parkersburg, and
New York Uty, ano nas wun
irizes in Toledo and in me anai
'niu U.r art harkirrniind consists
of an almost life-long interest in
drawing, one year ot an in nign
school, some classes at uie iuieuu
Ununim nt Art anrl ten weeks of
study in the watercolor classes of
Eliot O'Hara at Goose Kocks
i sihK in vaterrolnr
for adults at both the Toledo Ar
tists Club and the xoieoo .wom
en's Club, Miss Morgan pamis
with transparent watercolors ana
uses no opaque white for lighten lighten-in
in lighten-in Ait whites and licht areas
have to be planned before the
nn nf hr hobbies is to paint
watercolors of the places she vi
sits. She nas paunea extensive
in Panama from El Valle to the
n.rlon onH San iRlas islands and
rrnm Tahnpa in Laearto. One of
her previous shows was of paint-
r . j H.kilA .hi
mgs ot LiOUisiana uuue wu
WASHINGTON. Dec. 19 (UP)
The. Interstate Commerce Com Com-mi8ion
mi8ion Com-mi8ion today struck a new blow
Vt iinion contract "hot Cargo"
f clauses a favorite organizing
. weapon of the giant Teamster
r v ;N -I :
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ARTIST LOIS MORGAN
was at Baton Rouge on a Ford
Fellowship. The fellowship was
granted so that Miss Morgan
could atudy botany, paint water-
colon ot Panama s nowers, anu
ui.it histm-le it relating to her
teaching of social studies.
Normally she palnta at the
scene hut sometimes time and
circumstances prevent that so the
artist develops ner paintings no notified
tified notified with sketches on bits of pa-
ner that hannened to be in her
purse or simply with memories
Her latest collection of vacation
memories is of her trip last June
to Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
Mnrsan's watermlOrS maV
be seen in the USO-JWB Art Gal
lery day from 9:00 a.m. to io:oo
p.m. during the next few weeks.
Holiday Season Calls
For Tasty Party Dips
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For holiday entertaining, every
hnstesa needs some unusually good
dips to serve with potato or corn
'chins, cracketi or raw vegetables.
Here are a few:
Corenade Olive Dip
(Makes about 1 24 cups)
One half cup ripe olivet 2
(2 1-4-ounce) cans deviled ham,
l cud commercial sour cream.
1-4 teaspoon onion powder, 1-8
teaspoon paprixa, t or. a uiuyu
Tut nllvea Intn medium sized
pieces. Blend ham with our cream
and seasonings until smooth, itir
in olives and enm unm reaay
to use. Serve with crisp potato
chips, crackers or Melba toast.
Avecade Chill Spread
Makes about 1 14 cups)
One avocado, 1 tab'espoon minc minced
ed minced canned green chili pepper, 1
tablespoon minced sour pickle,
1-2 cup cnoppea ceiery, i-6 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon garlic aalt, 1-2 teaspoon salt,
i teaaiumn lemnn tnlre 1-4 tea
spoon paprika, potato chips or
. Cut avocado into halves length-
niu anH ivmAv, seed and akin.
Force through a sieve. Blend with
remaining ingredients, fcpreaa on
potato chips or crackers.
Aguacatel (Lemon Avecade Dip)
Una large avocaao, masnea; i
at. W1aaka.tnM.eu-i WtA A k (1afltl ABBfl,
cheese, 2 tablespooa minced onion.
1-2 tcasDoon chili powder or crush
ed red pepper,- l-z teasoon ore
gano, .1 laDiesoon saiaa ou,
raKlaflnrUtn frisah lamnr nirja 1 til'
mato, mashed (peeled and seeded)
salt in taste.
Combine all ingredients, chill
and serve or lettuce cup arrange arrangement
ment arrangement with aHonunte lemon nuar
ters for additional zest and tangy
flavor. Corn chips are excellent
tor uus dip.
; The ICC said in a major ruling
J I I that, truckers honoring "hot car car-f
f car-f lKo" clauses could be penalized
55 jforlhirking their legal obligations
mto 'serve the public.
f V Goods coming from a firm
It "lnvWved in a labor dispute is
'tailed "hot cargo." Some unions
" oartlcularly the Teamsters
i Ihaye clauses in their contracts
C 'neraniHinff them to refuse to
'j'' fianjile it.
, Te Teamsters have used the
f -'hnt eao" clause to help "con-
vine" .a firm of the advantages
v f signing a Teamster contract.
(But the ICC said in a ruling
nine SnnthwCst truckers
fj tht "a common carrier may not1
ISanraln away it statutory obiiga-
ltioos to the public and thereby
relieve itself of such obligations."
i INVOCATION OF LICENSE
' If made clear that any trucker
rhs did so could be penalized for
Violating the interstate commerce
Act The penalty could be revoca revoca-tios
tios revoca-tios of a trucker's license, putting
kirif out of business.
Teamster lawyers immediately
called a conference to discuss the
s The ICC conceded it had no
authority to rule on the legality
if "the "hot cargo" clauses in
general, but only on the actions
of (truckers honoring the clauses.
Tt -fcalH the leffal fltiestinn was one
for the National Labor Relations
The NLRB already has held
that while unions may enter into
"hot rarco" aereements,
may not enforce them.
VIOLATE TAFT-HARTLEY ACT
The NLRB said union enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the clauses would violate
the Taft-Hartley law's ban on
hovcotts. A secondary
boycott is aimed at pressuring a
.... i 1. 1 U.iMAae
neutral nrm 10 iae us uuaure
away from another firm invoivea
in a labor dispute.
However, the NLRB opinion has
run into disagreement in the
federal courts. The Supreme
Court agreed Oct. 14 to examine
the issue during us current icim.
The ICC issued its ruling in a
case brought by Galveston Truck
Line Corp. of Houston, Tex.
The company refused to sign
a Teamster contract s until the
union was certified by the NLRB
as a bargaining agent for its
employes. The nine Southwest
r,i.lrra then refused to carry
Galveston Truck Line cargo to its
ultimate destination on grounas
that it was "hot."
The iCC ordered the nine truck
ers to "cease and desist me
boycott by Feb. 3.
To Quit Career
VKXirn CITY. Dee. 19 (UP)
Merle Oberon has decided to quit
show business to make ner per
manent residence in Mexico,
sources close to the screen and 1 V
actress said today.
Mica nhernn arrived vesterdav
from New York to spend Christ
mas with ner nusoana, itsruno
Pagliai, who owns large business
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Back To Prison
NEW YORK. Dec. 19UP)
Gambling ctar Frank Costello
today was ordered to return to
prison to finish serving a five-year
income iaa cviiiuu
The 66-year-old underworld lead leader
er leader lost his bid for a new trial
Monday and Federal Judge John
v Y Mfflnhev sitrned an order
today directing him to go back to
prison next Monday.
rw1ln hart served nearlv S
year of his sentence when he won
release on bail pencang an appeal
to the U. S. Supreme Cwrs for
miino nn whether wiretaD evi
dence obtained by state agencies
pould be used in a federal court.
The Sunreme Court ruled that
such wiretap evidence was not
admissable. uosteno men sougm
to have his conviction set aside,
nn the crnnnrl that tne lovi'rn-
meht had reiiea on transcripts oi
intei rented telenhone conversa
tions in presenting its case.
McGohey ruled that wiretaps
had no bearing on the out com j of
Costello s case.
Emily Butcher Leads
At Ft. Amador Post
an silH.faahinne.ff rhrlstmas
oarnllriff will tAke nAC.m at Fort
Amador tonight, starting; at the
I n. l. i. W. Aft A A. it.A
post service uiud ai i:ou. ai uk
Service Club the Fort Amador
rhsnci rhnlr will five a. brief
concert, after which the choir
will visit trie Garrison ana de dependent
pendent dependent housing areas.
Th rihrtst.ma Storv will be
read at the Service Club by
Chaplain (Col.) H. F. Donovan
and selections from Handel's
u.o.iah Hn he rendered bv the
XTlDOACAA TI w
choir. Several Christmas Carols
will be sung also.
The choir will De unaer me ai ai-.uiin
.uiin ai-.uiin nt TuHna Fmllv Rutr.her.
director of music In the Latin
American scnoois oi wie .vi"i
7nn xirnressor Hans januwui,
ka fnr a ni.mr.pr .Of VeafS
Will iia.0 -
been affiliated with the Panama
Conservatory of music, ranama
City, will be the accompanist at
the orcran. c:naniain vvi.i xv.
A. Morden will serve as program
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THUBSpA?, DECEMBER 19, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DILT NEWSPAPER
By Member Of Graham Organization
v;:;Sl Mini J
Charles Riffs conducts meeting.
in a series of well-attended meet meetings,
ings, meetings, on the Isthmus last week,
Charles" Riggs and Dr. Paul Mad Mad-dox
dox Mad-dox of the Billy Graham, organiza organiza-tiqa.met
tiqa.met organiza-tiqa.met with many of the leaders
of 26 local religious groups to ar arrange
range arrange for the Billy Graham meet meetings
ings meetings to.be held in .Panama in Feb February.
ruary. February. On the" Pacific side on Wednes
day night there wer.e four show
ines of the film "Miracle in Man
hattan," a documentary acount of
the evangelist's recent New York
Crusade. More than 1,500 church
workers attended the showings and
many remained afterwards for
counselling by Riggs. On Thurs
day on the Atlantic side over a
thousand persons saw the film aft after
er after which several hundred stayed
for a counselling meeting also con conducted
ducted conducted by, Riggs. ...
At a special breakfast gathering
of pastors and chaplains on Thus-
day, further insight into trusaae
preparations was given by Riggs
and reports of progress were given
by the various local committees.
Pastors of the1 Atlantic side held a
dinner on Thursday where Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side preparations were review reviewed.
ed. reviewed. H
Riggs, who has a wealth of ex
perience gained during five years
of directing Billy Graham Cru Crusades,
sades, Crusades, assisted the local commit committees
tees committees in the proper direction of
preliminary planning for the Pan
. At the close of the showing of
the film, Bishop R. Heber Goodep,
chairman of the finance commit committee,
tee, committee, made the first public state statement
ment statement concerning the finances of
the Billy Graham Crusade. All ex expenses
penses expenses of the members of the Gra
ham organization are paid for by J
a foundation in the States. The lo
cal expenses of the crusade is the
responsibility of the local commit committee.
tee. committee. Bishop Gooden introduced the
first public invitation for partici participation
pation participation in free-will offerings. These
were, received at all showings of
the film. The finance committee
explained that funds are to be pro provided
vided provided by three means: Through 26
cooperating organizations volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily pledging their financial sup support
port support ; free-will offerings at public
services, before the crusade begins;
and offerings at the crusade itself.
Benson Touches Off
Hew Farm Oulcries
WASHINGTON, Dec 19 (VP)-
Agriculture Secretary Ezn T.
Benson already under fir4 jb
Congress, touched o'f new .' farm
state outcries today h;' annon;; annon;;-inff
inff annon;;-inff that- Dric
dairy products would be sJasheJ
He said consumers had "every
right to expect" that s the reduc reductions
tions reductions would be passed on to then
In a prediction challenged oy
farm state congressmen, he esti
mated that retail butter awl
cheese prices wou'd drop Z'i
cents a pound and milk '.b cent
Benson announced that dairy
price drops would be cut to thi
legal minimum of 75 per cent of
parity for the marketing year
starting April 1. He also revealed
number of steps desicneu to
boost consumption of milk, butter
The secretary'si order immedi
ately was denounced by both
Republican and Democratic farm
state congressmen, m a n v o'
whom had demanded his ouster
in previous rows over the admin
istration s 'arm policy.
Sen. Hubert H Humphrey (B-
Minn) said Benson had "nomi
nated himself for the Scrooge of
1957." Rep, Usher L. Bur'Tk
(R-ND) said the cabinet cnicer
had gone "hog wild." Sen. Alex
ander Wiley (R-Wis) ured Ben
son to reverse his order.
chairman Harold Cooley (D-
NC) of the House Agncultue
Committee and others questioned
Benson's prediction that the lower
support price would be passed
a'ong as a saving to consumers.
Cooley' said experience showed
this often was not true.
VERA CRUZ. Mexico. Dbc. 18
(UP) Policeman Toribio Jimenez'
standing Joke backfired last night
and cost him his life.
Jimenez halted a taxicab and
asked the driver the time of day.
"A quarter to five," said the driv
Twin Boys Born
Ten Miles Apart
HIRSON, France, Dec. 19 (UP)
Mrs. Adrien Pelcgris, 27, was re reported
ported reported restin" comfortably today
after givipg birth to twin boys 10
A doctor who delivered the first
twin at the village of Ml. St. Mich
"v ft 7a JSTa JTis, TaSTa Ts. JSFa JSFa tifo'dfi&l'i
for delivery of the second child
'" "Now I'm late for killing my- el br0IJ!?'', the mother here when
self," said Jimenez as he placed I he )pc'?en' surgery was necessary
his service revolver to his temple,
and nulled the trigger.
Fellow officers said Jimenez ap-, cartridges from the revolver be be-parently
parently be-parently forgot to remove the 'fore playing his joke.
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Large stock of:
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carefully selected stock of toys
for boys, girls and babies.
AT HEARING Joseph Barba Barbara,
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palachin, A-palachin, N.Y., crime convention,
is shown .in the. State Capitol
Buildin! In Albany. The State
Legislative "Watchdog" commit
tee subpoenaed 25 underworld
leaders who attended the conven convention
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Beale As Envoy
To United States
CANBERRA, Australia, Dec. 19
(UP) The Australian govern government
ment government announced the appointment
of Howard Beale' as new ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to the United State.
Beale was Minister of Supply
and Defense Production. He ic ic-ceeds
ceeds ic-ceeds Sir Percy Speoder.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBEJt II.. 19fJ
BALBOA 1:11 t:U
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THE BRIDGES AT
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Hoffa's Wiretrap Conspiracy
Trial Goes To Federal Court
Freed of Charges
In Late Duck Shoot
WICKUFFE. Ky.. Dec. 18 (UP)
NEW YORK. Dec. 18 (UP) The conspiracy charm on My 14. On Gov. A. B. (Happy) Chandler
wiretap conspiracy trial of hot hot-tempered
tempered hot-tempered Teamster boss James R.
Hoffa and two alleged confederates
went to a federal court jury of five
women and seven men today.
The jurort received the case at
4 p.m. EST,
July 19, he was acquitted in a today was cleared of chawa that
Washington, D.C., federal court he had hunted aucka ana geeae
trial of charges he bribed his way after legal hours,
into the filea of a Senate investi-j Chandler cou'd have been fined
gating committee. $15 to $100. However, Judge
On K.nt h iui indiripd nn Andprson Moss dismissed tne
a charge of lying to the grand jury charges at the suggestion of Com-
rioral jiidee Frederick VanPeltithat indicted him for conspiracy, monwealth's attorney Hayden
Bryan turned the case over to the i He was accused of committing per- Owens.
panel in an 80-minute charge 27: Jury in denying he had associated Raymona- Schultz attorney for
days after the trial got under way., with convicted labor racketeer f )rmr game wa'r(j?1, Kend.il!
The judge instructed the jurors Johnny Dio. Thomas who brought thg charges,
to reach a separate verdict on each Hoffa and his alleged co-conspir logized ,0 tne g0vc;nor lor
defendant. ators went on trial Nov. 22. Then, ,iny jnconvenience incurred in
On trial with the peppery 44 early this month, the AFL-CIO ex- appearing in court,
year-old president-elect of the.l,- pelled the Teamsters, the nation's The governor thanked the
300,000-member Teamsters Union j largest labor union, for failure to court very graciously," .Schu'.tz
were Bernard Brennan,' Plymout, rid its ranks of corrupt influcnc- f ,jd.
Mich., president of Teamster lo- es.
cal 299, and Bernard Spindel, , , Chandler, state fish and game
Answer to Previous Puzzl
ACBOSS 59 Compound .
1 Canadian tn,r
provlnct, to Yugoslav city
Brunswick 61 Temal sheep
4 The bort "2 Lamlliroitral
ceurs at Jlrd
I Th of
Still further troubles beset Hoffa
her Earl Wailaro and
tantwi- when 13 rank-and-file union mem- iV0 emn0yes of the BalUM Co'in
bers went to federal court in Wash i wildlife Refuge were occiued
The three were charged withjington, D.C., and obtained a tern- y Thomas of hunting alter the
.viiipiimt i y c vi jjornrj injunction preveiiiuig nun joon closing nour last uec. 4.
union officials in the Teamsters from taking over as teamsters The charges against Wal'ace
jjeirou omces irom im io ivai 10 .president. Charges that he was ll- nd the other two remained in
eavesdrop on conversations Dy po- legally elected still are being tried, effect
tentiai union witnesses at senate
investigations of labor racketeer racketeering.
ing. racketeering. Won of the defendants testified
to defend himself. Their attorneys
charged they were the victims of
9 Soldiers Killed
Wallace dismissed Thomas last
Friday. He accused him of "in
subordination and being disloyal."
LIMA, Peru, Dec. 19 (UP) Nine' Wallace put the order, which
Peruvian army soldiers were killed lie was accused of violating, into
! today and 22 others were Injured effect last October.
If convicted, each could be sen- seriously when a truck in which Owens said at the hearing 'hat
tenced to a year in prison and1 they were travelling plunged over Chandler was correct in assum ng
fined $10,000. a 40-foot-precipice at the side of tiat Wallace and the other two
The case marked just one of, the Pan American highway near men would not permit him to
many legal squabbles involving the border between Piura and violate the law.
Hoffa this year. He and his co- Lambayeque provinces, north of' "There was no actual inten inten-defendants
defendants inten-defendants were indicted on the Lima. tional offense of law committed
by the governor," Owens said.
I Chandler journeyed nere from
the capital at Frankfort to appear
in Ballard quarterly court. lie.
said he did not want any specrl
consideration He brought no Jejjal
counsel with him.
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SAN JUAN, P.R., Dec. 19 (UP)
U. Cmdr. Evald Holmgaard,
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ican American freighter 45 minutes after he
ditched his jet plane in stormy
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al arrival today.
Holmgaard, 33, of Norfolk, Va
was picked up by the Waterman
Line's freighter Clairborne at 6
p.m. Monday, 15 miles off Grand
Inagua Island, in the (Bahamas.
The Clairborne's master, Donald
Bolhuis, of New Orleans, a veteran
of 28 years service with the Wat Waterman
erman Waterman Lines, spotted the plane as
it hit the water off the port bow.
He brouaht the ship to a stop In
First Mate Ramon Rtos,. 48, W
Airuadilla.P R. and an ll-man
crew rowed a lifetoat through 12
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13 School group
It Hindu robe
21 German river
22 Arid regions
32 Pertaining to
34 River (Sp.)
3d Measure of
31 Turn aside
43 Its Is
49 Canton In
57 Rubber tree
1 Short sleeps
2 Girl's name
3 Have on
5 Arrow poison
10 Toward the
21 Worm ? -23
28 Dawn (poet.)
27 Notes in
2 Very (Ft.)
30 "Emerald Isle"
sheltered side 31 Decay
1 1 Period of time 37 Rebuff
41 High card
43 fork prongs
4 Minute skill
52 Pseudonym of
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Chef Of El Panama
19 Per Cent
WASHINGTON, Dec U iUP)-
The CAniuit ilureail ri-uiiiiiifl innau
Pierre R. Jaqulllard. enerare nation' non-whlta oooulation
manager of Hotel 1 Panama Hil- xse oy 19 per cent dunnj la
ton today announced the appoint
ment of Rent Raitello a execu
five chef the luxury hotel.
pait (even yean wnile th whit(
population iocreaied about 13 peg
As a result, the proportion o
Rastello. a Frencn
died in the cuisine of C h e I non whltei to total populatio
scnaerrer at tne ueiievue ra ace eiced uoward irom 10.4 ner ent
in Berne, Switzerland. Schaerrer 1j 11 per cent between 1950 and
i the father of the executive U57.
chef at the Carlbj Hilton.
A1 1 The Cemus Bureau said the a
After several years at the f rente in the rate of onnnljMo
Belle vue Palace, Rastello worked growth stemmed from a higher
at the Montreaux Palace, also iirth rate among non-white.
in Switzerland. During World War
U ne served in tht Swiss Mnun.
tain Infantry, which it known for
its tactica kiing.
The Palace Hot. in San Moriti
employed Rastello for the next
ten years as the second in com
mana of its reknown kitchen. La
ter Rastello worked in the Grand
Hotel of Florence. Italv. the Pla-
za Athenee in Paris, the Dorches
ter in London, and the Castellana
Hilton of Madrid.
Rastello, who says his specialty
sauces, is well versed in infer.
national cookerv. and hai marl
it a practice to learn new dishea
in every country where he has
been. He says that he is looking
forward to adding some of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's delicious specialties tn his
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"THE GOLDEN MISS"
GE Blamed For Vanguard Flop;
Ike Rapped For Telling World
By DREW PEARSON ,8ian Sputnik took to the iar,
iwhen President Eisenhower read
WASHINGTON Dec. 19 Be-'a formal statement simultaneous-
hind the tragic failure of the proj-.ly handed to the press
ect Vanguard were certain defer deferences
ences deferences between General Electric
which built the rocket engine,
and the Martin Company which
built the rcket,
"In May 1957 those chareed
with the United States satellite
program determined that small
satellite spheres would be launch launched
ed launched as test vehicles during 1957
This trouble had developed in t check the rocketry, ihstrumen-
three secret attempts to launch Ration,, and ground stations, and
the satellite, hitherto not revealed, tne first fully instrumented ground
and mav have had something to, satellite vehicles would be launch-
do with the final failure. It was fed in march of 1958. The first of
these test vehicles is planned to i
De launched in December of this
COST OF VANGUARD
Though officials of the scene
in Cape Canaveral declined to re reveal
veal reveal the cost of the Vanguard
rocket, it can be revealed that
the heating up of the engine
through heat spots.
Martin claimed privately that
the General-Electric engine was
inadequate in that some of the
parts were machined too large,
causing the engine to deve.pp
Oneral Electric, on the otner
hand, claimed Martin had used the cost is $1,100,000. This is the
water containing impurities, anaicosi oi tne rocket alone, most of
this water had caused rust spots, ;K destroyed in last week's explo-
wnich in turn
This mav or mav not
foot waves and aided by flashes ieen the immediate cause of last trials used in preparing for the
oi ugnuiini;, reavueu nunu;aiu a weeK s explosion, dui ii was we ioonive lesi.
rubber raft. Holmgaard, umnjurea, cause of earlier trouble. This
was aboard the freighter 45 min-jtrouble is reported to have devel devel-wtes
wtes devel-wtes after landing on the ocean. cpe(i in the process of preparing
His plane sank rapidly. tie rocket for the earlier secret
Holmgaard, on an instrument tjsts. Actually the rocket never
training flight, lost his bearings. was test -fired in these tests, one
durinj a violent electrical storm of them having been scheduled
which prevented radio commum- lor just before Thanksgiving.
This figure does hot include
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WHO LEAKED THE NEWS?
The Defense Department was
able to conduct these November
tests in complete secrecy partly
because there has been no formal
announcement that a satellite
would be launched at that time.
It had, been announced, howev however,
er, however, by no less than President Ei
senhower himself that the satel satellite
lite satellite would be launched in Decem December.
ber. December. And faced with this formal
announcement, newspapers could
do no less than be on hand in
December to cover it.
The Presidential announcement
was not a slip of the tongue in
press conference, but took place
on Oct. 9, five days after the Rus-
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Set Up Camp
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LONDON, Dec. 19 (UP) Soviet
Antarctic explorers have set up a
new base on the site of the south
magnetic pole, Radio Moscow re reported
ported reported today.
The broadcast said a party of
Soviet scientists, travelling in half halftrack
track halftrack vehicles, reached the mag magnetic
netic magnetic pole early Sunday. The new
base is almost 1,000 miles from
(he main Soviet Antarctic base at
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Rep. Jere Cooper,
Way & Means Chiei
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By OSWALD JACOBY
, Written fer NEA Urvjc
WASHINGTON, Dec 19 (UP;
Ren. Jere Cooper, one of the shy
est and also one of the most pov
FAINTS ON HEARING SENTENCE Thelma June Lawson,
on trial In Austin, Tex., for the murder of Army Sgt. P'cert
Newman, faints on hearing the Jury bring in a verdict of
guilty. Miss Lawson claimed the shooting was accidental be because
cause because she loved Newman too much to harm him. She was
sentenced to five years in prison.
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Both, vulnerablt :
East Suth Wtat Sfih
1 4b 3 NX P" Pm
Opening lead V 4
TaV a loot at the South hand.
Tt a nrMv enod one. Nine sure
tricks at no-trump and first round
control of three suits.1 If you are
the frirst bidder it is surely worth
a forcing two bid.
Tinniamr vmi hannen to be aec-
jond hand and East bus opened with
a Dia oi one tiuu. iuu suu nave
the same eood hand but how should
you bid it? ; 1
In a recent New Orleans dupli duplicate
cate duplicate most South players chose to
double of to bid two clubs.
Now take a look at the North
hand. Not much of a hand but a
nice seven card spade suit. Inva Invariably
riably Invariably after South doubled or cue
bid in clubs North would bid spades
inofinlulv anH the nartnershin
wound up going down at some high
The only pair to play the simple
nA.ttumn oa m were' Sidney Lai-
ard, one of our top young players
nil .Tun his wife.
ftwo years but with Sidney's teach.
Ing she is well on ner way w Bt Bt-coming
coming Bt-coming a top woman player.
One of the ooints that Sidney has
stressed and which all experts
stress is that when your opponents
nun tha hirlrlintr vnn don't ask
your partner to bid unless you are
ready for a major suit response.
ITsnft .Tun rlid make a atrnnt?
bid but one that did not ask Sidney
to take any action. :sne simply Did
looked over his seven
spades wistfully but decided to
pass. He assumed that his wife
Irnsw what she was doinff and was
correct. West chose to open a heart
and when tne suit was continued
she made four odd.
Escaped Boa Finds
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LINCOLN, Mass., Dec. 1 (UP)
The unwelcome prospect thtt
Abe, an escaped boa constrictor,
might remain beneath the Smith
grammar school until he reach reached
ed reached a 24-foot maturity, prompted
renewed efforts today to capture
The babv boa, now only ix
feet long, escaped from science
teacher David Webster a week
ago. a few hours after arriving
at the school.
Webster said he planned to use
a white rat as bait again today
in hopes of enticing Abe from
his hiding place in a narrow
space beneath the school.
The teacher loosed a rodent
under the school Monday but the
little animal disappeared with
out a squeak. Boas feed on rats
and birds. A chicken also is miss
ing from the school menagerie,
The teacher added that Abe
nrobablv likes his surroundings
since a nearoy Doner Keeps me
temoerature as hign as 85 de
grees and a bit of water seeps
in to prevent tne snaite irom ay
ing of thirst.
a. -SJ m k aw'
To FBI Agents
PHrtPKIY. Arir YTIPi Air
l"nrc Sirt David Dwver was held
tnrlav at William Air Force Base
near here pending his return to
Washineton to face charges or. be
Ths corffoant surrendered to FBI
turned over to Air Force authori authorities.
ties. authorities. Dwyer and his wife had been
believed on their way to a moun mountain
tain mountain Inn hMuviT in the Mriran
jungle which he had learned about
several years ago.
Twvr pa me out of hidinf when
the story of the couples s proDapie
journey apoeared in a morning
newspaper. They had left their Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Va., apartment last Nor.
. The itory of the mysterious Mex Mexican
ican Mexican Shangri-La was wealed when
Mrs. Dwyer had written her sister
in Sunnyvale, Calif., to tell her
Dwyer was writing a book but
couldn't concentrate and needed
to get away.
CHANCE OF MIND
LA PORTE, Tex. (UP Barnis
Wayne Short has decided be
doesn't want to challenge TVs
Hugh (Wyatt Earp) O'Brian to a
fast draw contest after a'L Short
is nursing a bullet wound in his
1 f sJs&ws:
MSGT. LEROY W.' FINK of Hq CAlrC was presented tl:e Air
Force's Commendation Ribbon by Col. Paul A. Zartman, chief
of staff for the Caribbean Air Command, last week. Fink
received the ward for his outstanding work as secretary of
the Noncommissioned Officers Club at Walker AFB, New
Mexico, his last assignment. (Official USAF Photo)
erful men in Congress, died list
night of a heart attack. He was
Death of the Tennessee Demo
crat put Rep. Wilbur D. Mills
(D-Ark.), an ouispoicen loe oi tax
euts. in CooDer's Dost as chair
man of the House Ways and
Means Committee which initiates
all tax legislation.
Cooper, sometimes re urreu io
as "the loneliest man in wasn-
ington," died as he had lived tor
years alone. His aeain at me
Bethesda. Md.. Naval Hospital
came so swiftly that he was un-
,. i .1 i ..i.i;,...
auenaea Dy inenas ur iiuauvco
at the time.
Cooper entered the hospital Dec.
5 following a mild heart attack-.
He was reported only yeateraay
afternoon by his secretary ns re
But he suffered a "severs at at-tick"
tick" at-tick" yesterday evening and ex-
jired almost immediately, the hos hos-rital
rital hos-rital reported. He was a veteran
tf almost 29 years in Congress.
His secretary, Miss Hope Hart,
visited Cooper for two hours
Wednesday and said "we went o o-ver
ver o-ver his Christmas cards."
"He was getting along so vell.
He was almost gay, for him. I
came ba.ck to the office feeling
so good. I thought he'd be away
about a month," she said.
Cooper's position as top Demo Democrat
crat Democrat on Ways and Means maue
him chairman also of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Committee on Committers
which exercises great power in
apportioning House Committee as
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the Beermen blanked the Chesterfield Stnokers 4-0. Brathwaite came home from third on
Flovd Robinson's bad hop single to second baseman Clyde Parris as catcher Macos Cobos
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Hinkle, Da I ton Even In Dunlop
Finals; Dilfer Wins 2nd Flight
Jim Hinkle and Gordie Dalton,
playing in the final round of the
1957 Dunlop Golf Championship
tournament at the Panama Golf
Club, found themselves even after
18 holes of play and due tu the ov overlapping
erlapping overlapping of the 1957 King's Ran Ransom
som Ransom tournament, re-scheduled the
remaining 18 holes of thei. 36-hole
match for this weekend.
Hinkle with a 3 handicap, gave
Dalton one stroke on No. 5 hole.
Both players were playing their
shots well, but Dalton, as Hinkle
put it, "putted me riljt off the
course." Hinkle's shots were right
down the middle, with Dalton,
while perhaps not as accurate, ea easily
sily easily as far, and keeping his put putter
ter putter 'red hot' through the 18 holes.
Neither player was more than
1 nn at anv time, in the match.
Hinkle won No. 1, Dalton 2 when
Hinkle went over the green on ms
second shot. Hinkle liad a fine 250
yard drive on No. 3, while Dalton
hit the big tree straight out from
the tee, but stayed in the fairway.
They halved No. Hinkle won
No. 4, halved No. 5 when Dalton
bogeyed the hole while Hinkle laid
a par 5. Dalton won 6, both par-
red 7, Hinkle won 8 with a well-
placed iron to the green, and Dai Dai-ton
ton Dai-ton took No. 9.
On the back rune, they were ev even,
en, even, runnuig neck and neck through
12. Dalton went into the rough to
the right with a long drive on 13
but came out wan a we. -nn iron
near the green, with lilnkle tak
ing the hole. Gordie took 14 and
proceeded to birdie 15 to go l up.
On 16, Hinkle hit a beauty iron di-
i-r-t tn th prppn for an casv Dar
3, while Dalton hit oyer the hill
on the left with an lmpossiDie
lie on the directly vertical siae qi
the hill near the pathway to No.
17, off the green. Making a spec
tacular recovery shot with an 8.
iron, Gordie chipped down past
the apron to lie a foot on the green,
about 3U-4U ieet irom me pin. i su suing
ing suing a quick aim, he dropped the
sensational putt inta the cup while
Hinkle stood open-mouthed at Dal
ton s aoiniy.
Still 1 upon Hinkle, Dalton halv-1
ed 17. Hinkle hit a beautiful drive
over the hill on 18 while Dalton
faded into the rough on the right,
among the palms. Hinkle laid a
fine shot about 4 feet from the pin
while Dalton made the edge of
the green. Hinkle sank the 4-footer
for an easy bird while Dalton took
a- par 4, evening up the match.
Dalton's game throughout was
punctuated with long drive but
he was troubled with a fade on
many of his shots; especially
where high winds prevailed, but
his putting was exceptionally fine.
Where Hinkle would be on the
green for; an easy two-putt par,
Dalton was making spectacular
approach shots to the green, and
sinking the long putts to either
par or bogey, which prevented
Hinkle from extending any lead
beyond an occasional 1 hole.
In the second flight final match,
George Dilford smashed Rollie
Gleichman, ' ning the second
flight championship by a score ot
8 and 7. Dilford led Gleichman in
day, 6 up at the turn, and extend extend-day,
day, extend-day, 6 up at the turn, a ndextend-
ed his lead on the second 18 to
take the match. Gleichman play played
ed played well enough, ht Dilfer never
John Mayles of Agendas Doel,
sponsor company of the annual
Dunlop Golf Championships, stat-
H voeterrlav th;.t the Dfizes are
expected to be presented within
a Week at a date to De announced
within a few days.
Two Amateur Boxing Titles
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Two titles will be on the block
tonight at 8:15 in the Colon Are Arena
na Arena when tre National Amateur
Boxing Federation presents the
second series of bouts of the
sixth annual interprovincial cham championships.
pionships. championships. In the firs series of bouts, the
province of Colon won three,
Panama one and Chiriqui one.
The lightweight championship
was decided last week when
Humbert Herman of Panama
eked out. a sut decision over Co Colon's
lon's Colon's Andres Allen in what was
considered a mjor upset.
The Hicks-Quintero match was
dull but fans got a pleasure
watching the class and seasonea
Hector Hicks display his shifti-
.nH hnvinO ahililV.
The finaL will be held Sunday
when all bouts will be for the
In the first of two title bouts
tonight, Pedro (Manhattan Kid)
Ortii of Colon will go against Jose
Arauz of Chiriqui .n Sattle for
the 105-pouhd championship. Ortiz
is favored mainly on the strength
of his leng of participation in
boxing. His 'Chiricano" opponent
is repor.ed as a very aggresive
and promising boxer.
In the other title go, Hector
: Hicks, Colon, will batUe the high
ly-rated Roy Thoyke ot Panama.
Thoyke is considered one the
best prospects in the amateur
ranks with a bright future ahead
of him. Hicks, on the other hand.
has shown that he, too, is destin destin-ed
ed destin-ed for he big time. They will be
battling for the 119-pound title.
The supporting car win :
Alfred Larry against Lararo Fru Fru-to
to Fru-to at 112; Antonio Gonzales a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst Pdro Fruto at 119; and
Jose F. Gondola againit Leonar Leonardo
do Leonardo McFarlane at 126 pounds.
KARRAS ON FENCE
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) All All-America
America All-America lineman Alex Karras of
Iowa, here for a luncheon honor honoring
ing honoring the member of the East and
West squads which will meet in
the annual Shrine game, said
Tuesdav he Still is undecided',
whether to sien with the Winnipeg
Blue Bombers or the Detroit Li Lions.
ons. Lions. Karras last week signed for
a renort"H $25,000 to wrestle pro
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Victory Over Chesterfield
Creates 1st Place Deadlock
By J.J. HARRISON Jr.
Another of Ma Thome's two ball playing sons
was in the news today.
This time it was Carlos, a cocky 22-year-old
righthander, who last night gave up one scratch hit
in seven innings of relief as he hurled the Cerveza
Balboa Beermen to a 4-0 victory over the Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield Smokers which caused a virtual first-place tie
between the two teams.
x-Struck out for Robinson in 7th
C W L Pet. CB
2 4 3 .571
3 5 4 .556
x 3 5 .375 1
5 12 12
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams CV CB
Chesterfield x 2
Cerveza Balboa .... 2 x
Carta Vieja 1 2
Lost 3 4
TOMORROW'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield (DePalo 1-1 and
Ferguson 0-0) v. Carta Vieja (Davie 1-2 and Umbricht
G&me time 6:00 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa 4, Chesterfield 0.
Gamboa Swim Pool Panama All-Slars
To Be Closed For Cop 1st Voile M
Cleaning Friday Match Over Gl Stars
Fariv thi week elder brother
fiwrv had made headlines when
0ih mm thrnnph with a ninth-in-
2 1 ning, pinchhlt double which started
" m rauv uiai soc vuvwmv
0 thrilling 4-3 triumph over the Car
ta Vieja Yankee!.
XjHBI Ullll VJCi 1 TT.u V7"'
0 ered three times in four pinchhit-
LI IK M UUCfll OllVVD bU0 w
0 3 27 14 1 750 iveraee. came to the plate in
the seventh frame witn two ouu
and a runner on first base.
Gerry watched the two first
offerings of Rid brother Carlos
for called strikes. Then he took
a lusty swing at the third pitch
and fanned sir.
Said Carlos after the game: "I
gave him three fast balls with
something on em.
Russ Evans started on me mu
for the Beermen and his mates
gave him a comfortable 3-0 lead
when three runners crossed the
nlate in the third, two of the tallies
In the bottom of tne same irame
T.,... vanlraH fnr Parlria when
the erratic righthander walked the
two first Smoker hitters. The bow bow-legged
legged bow-legged youngster retired Clyde
Parris, Elias Osorio and Bobby
Praanntt alt rlanPprOUS batters
on flies to the outfield and then
proceeded on to a spectacular
pitching performance that gave
him his first 1957-58 victory.
Only two Smokers reached ursi
for the rest of the night. In the
fnnrth M.nltn Ttnrnarrt who led
LUU, ,11 ...... -- 1
off, bunted back to the mound and
was thrown out easily by cool Car
Hnk Mitchell then beat out a
bunt single down the third base
line but Marcos Cobos, the next
batter, hit into a doubleplay to end
In the seventh Cobos Walked with
two out but the catcher died on
first when Gerry whiffed to end tne
stanza, and his batting Streak. Car Carlos
los Carlos also fanned Carlos Heron in
the fifth, Prescott in the sixth,' and
Johnny Reld and Nick Aloisi in the
eighth to run his total of strikeout
Carlos, the offspring of Gerald
and Mrs. Ida Thorne of Colon, had
a 3-0 record in the Pro League last
winter. During the summer he
compiled a 6-9 slate with Columbia,
Class A Sally League, and was sent
down to Winston-Salem, Class B
Carolina League for seasoning,
where he finished up with seven-and-two.
At the end of the Carolina League
season he spent one week with
Omaha, Class AAA American As Association,
sociation, Association, and the trigger-tongued
run Her ia now the Droud DOSSeSSOr
I of an Omaha contract, which he
received since the start ot me cur current
rent current campaign.
Carlos was taken to the U.S.
for the first time in 1954, by for former
mer former Carta Vieja pilot Al Kubski,
under whom he served as" CV
batboy and warrfiup catcher. Al
was also hit first Stateside pilot
at Winnipeg, Class B Northern
Thorne, who's no shrinking vio violet,
let, violet, seems destined to go places and
there s no one more aware oi uiai
than he. The seu-
stlMMARV Errors: Heron.
Pnn hatted in: F. Robin son. Kell
man,. Charles. Earned runs: Cerve
ra Balboa 2. Two base hits: Shields,
Rernard. Charts. Doublemays:
Heron, Parris, E. Osorio; Brath Brathwaite.
waite. Brathwaite. Lonezt P. Osnrio.-Sacriflce
hits: Brathwaite. Kellman. Balk:
Robinson. Struck out by Evans 2.
H. Robinson fi. Lisondro 2, Thome
5. Base on balls off: .vans 3, Kon Kon-inson
inson Kon-inson 4, Lisondro 1. Thorne 1. Left
on base: Cerveza Balboa 8, Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield S. Pitchers record: Evans
0 runs, 2 hits in 2 innmes (faced
two batters in 3rd): Robinson 3
n,n hita in 7 inninss. Winning
nitcher: C". Thorne (1-1), Losing
nitcher: Romnson i-u. umpires.
Wolsinepr. Thornton. Williamson.
Time of game: 2:30.
To Open Jan. 7
By BREVOR SIMONS
At a well atten .ed meeting at
Margarita last Monday night, the
Atlantic Twilight Baseball League
agreed to get the season under underway
way underway on Jan. 7 and to schedule
games for Mt. Hope Stadium on
Tuesday and Thursday nights and
Four teams were represented at
the deadline meeting for the '58
season. The defending champions,
Powells, with a few additions to
ctrenothen some wak DO i n t I.
Cristobal High School varsity and
the High scnooi-Aiumni teams are
three of the four teams that com competed
peted competed for last year's honors and
are returnitg for another cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The fourth team in 1957, USS
JASPER, dropped their franchise
because of a transfer that made
it impooible for them to partici participate.
pate. participate. The league expressed re regret
gret regret that the popular Navy team
would not again be' in the loop;
but in thei place wiH be a team
that will be nearly completely re representative
presentative representative of Balboa players.
With the Pacific Twilight
League nov. defunct and many
of their ex-Dlavers lookina for an
outlet for their talents, former
Balboa High pitcher Louis Charles
has gathered a fine aggregation
from' the Ptrifir Side that would
well become strong contenders to
dethrone tne Powells nine.
MWre detail nn th- 19M Twl
T 1 K lAwl.AAm(nn rutcaikilitv
on these pages prior to the open- assured young man insists that
ing aaie oi wnai promises 10 De
a close battle between four even evenly
ly evenly matched teams.
now stands at 1-i. He gave up five
hits, three run uollrod
' 'I . ... V ... .uu
committed a balk in seven frames.
Jose Lisondro permitted two hits
and one tally.
The only Smoker to reach third
was Prescott, who singled in the
.... i i .. .
secuiiu wim one out, and leu be between
tween between second and third base while
advancing on Bernard's double,
but got up and made it in time.
Both runners were left stranded
when Evans struck out Cobos and
Hector Lopez' seven-game bat batting
ting batting streak was halted When he
. went hitlest in five at-bats to cut
his average to .345. The Yanks'
Whitey Schmidt leads the loop
. A Inn em Pnatliiuaif. AAiirl
dubious distinction of being the
,&upv tu ub luaaeu uui oi a.
game this season. The heave-ho
brought an automatic $5 fine.
Plate umpire Lou Helsinger igave -the
scrappy CB infielder the thumb
when he threw his bat toward the
dugout in disgust and used a dis disrespectful
respectful disrespectful term in the seventh
frame after he was called out on
To Live Up To His
LOS ANGELES UP) Pro
tennis champion Pancho Gonza Gonzales
les Gonzales of Los Angeles today was un under
der under a court order to live up to
his contract with tennis promoter
Jack Kramer without an increase
Superior Judge ,Leon T. David
threw out a request to submit the
dispute between Kramer and Bon Bon-sales
sales Bon-sales to arbitration because the
nrnmntPr hoi-! a valirl AAnfraPr
and the court ruled Gonzales had
to live up to it. 1
Gonzales had claimed that Kra Kramer
mer Kramer made a verbal aereement to
increase his share of the ttross
it's the majors or bust1' for him. proceeds from their tennina tour :
Last night's losing hurier was to a per cent irom tne zo. per
Humberto Robinson, whose record 'cent he had been receiving.;
The swimming .pool at Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa will be closed all day to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Dee. 20, for cleaning.
During the mohtha of Decem December.
ber. December. January and February, thn
pool will be clened on the 10th
20th and 30th ef each month
when the month ha 30 days
and will bt closed all day on
Results of the All Star Volleyball
match held last night at the Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. YMCA-USO.
1st game Military All Stars 15.
Panama All Stars 9.
2nd Game Panama All Stars 15,
Military All Stars 10..
3rd game Panama All Stars 15.
Military All Stars 10.
4th game Panama All Stars 15,
Military All Stars 6.
This 3 best of match was the
tWmt nt three mair-hes. The next
match is scheduled for Thursday.!
Dec. ze at uaiDoa mu. u u
open to the public at no charge.
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BOSTON (UP) Russell Hallo- PLEVEL LEADS MIAMI
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vwnn Mm has been sienedlJoe Plevel. a 183-oound hslfhack
bv the Boston Red Sox organize-
tinti and aacipned tn the MemDhis
farm club in the Southern Assn.
Halloran. a 20-year-old freanman
t h TTnivemitv of Connecticut.
Jhad a high school record of 20-7
from Rochester, Pa., has been
named captain of the 1958 Univer University
sity University of Miami football team. Plev
el who succeeds John Vtrone,
was Miami's leading ground gain gainer
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SDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1957
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'TUB PANAMA AMERICAN '-i. Alt INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
In Feature Match Of
King's Ransom Tourney
Jim Hinkle, with a handicap of
3 at the Panama Golf Club, found
that giving 6 ftrokea to, Mike Mo Moreno,
reno, Moreno, with a handicap of 9, last
Sunday afternoon, la like cuuwg
your own throat.
piuvins ip tha firit round
the 1957 JCing'a Ramson House
ox Lords uou cnampiunsiuv,
hv JmfV Schnr and Abbe
Sanger of Dlstribuidorea Aliansa,
Moreno defeated Hinme ny a score
of 4 and 3. Hinkle, giving worenu
; strokes on holes nos.. i,, a, o,
1A 17.1ncl Unit hOlel. I
..... Mrriiaa nn .Noa. S. 'IH ana 17.
but with f a. one-undefawr 35 on
tne firat wne;. louna nunseu
Amii kinn vnnnfit ud
smart 38 on tt lirsi nine, and on
the front ntnevtoth had .39' i with
Hinkle having a total of 74 com
pared to juoreno-e 77.
Hinkle was" par through No. 15,
with AntlhU besev onlv on No.
6. uh the strose hoies, Moreno won
No. 1 and -a with the stroKe, ootn
parred Mo.' 12 togive Moreno the
hole, and wen No. 14, Moreno too
the hole with -the stroke, on No.
17, however Hinkle seemingly took
the hole with a bird, but nuoreno
came back to ink his own putt
for a bird to take the hole with
his additional stroke. Moreno ha a
- birdies onOS and 17.
A little analysis shows that de deducting
ducting deducting the six strokes from More Moreno's
no's Moreno's score of, 77 would be 71, in indicating
dicating indicating than Hinkle, even on a
scratch basis, Would have had to
Shot at least two under par on a'
medal play basis to win.
nXiirtin KntK the hanriiran
from their Individual acores givea
Moreno 71 ana Hinkle 71, showing
that Moreno ahot beautilul gou
all around the course, parring most
of the hole to split and winning
with the extra stroke with a bogey
if Hinkle had a par.
Three other players in the
firat flight of the tournament
found that giving up five or six
strokes in unhealthy. Father Do Donovan,
novan, Donovan, playing Carloa Arosemena,
and giving Carloa 5 strokes, was
also defeated 4 and 3. by his .op .opponent.
ponent. .opponent. Arosemena ahot a splen splendid
did splendid 76, having a 40-36, with a bo bogey
gey bogey and bird on the backside.
Donovan came in at the turn 1
down to Carlos with only 2 strokes
to flive. one on 12 and one on
14. Donovan putted U for a bird
but parred, winning the hole when
Arosemena bogeyed. On 'No. 12,
Carloa shot for the bird and missed
but halved the stroke hole when
KDr--birdied. On No. 14, Aro-
1 r-fta took the stroke hole with
'll2fd and On No. 15 they halved
to give f$arloi the match. Father
Donovan had total of 80.
Annthwi whn niippiirnhpfl to too
many strokes disadvantage was
All Saarmen, wno aroppea nis
match to Bob Walker 2 and 1, giv giving
ing giving Walker 6 strokes. The final 1st.
flight match lost by too many
strokes difference was Dalton s
loss to MaeVittie by a score of
2 and 1, with Dalton giving his
opponent 5 strokes.
' Other first flight match results
LeBrun d. Ueall 1 up; Dr. Ger Ger-rans
rans Ger-rans d. Arman 1 up; Muller d.
Ridge, the 1958 champion, buy de default;
fault; default; Negro Arias defeated Luis
Chandeck 2 up; Roberto Torres
d. Baldwin 3 and 2; Al Corsale
d. Key Valdes .3 and 2; and Luis
Martini d. P. Ahad 1 up. In the
lower bracket of the first flight,
Kade d. Massot 1 up after 19
holes; President Ernesto de la
Guardia d. Moran 2 up; Brack
Hattler d. M. Espinosa 5 and 4;
Hurr d. Dehlinger by default; and
. . .jrii j
Btoo a. Angus jaaweney a ana
delist Roberto Alemaa d. Sosa 1
ud: Cart. Harrington d. Earl Fi-
danque 3 and 4. Bill Swenson d.
Dimn 2 alirl 1. K tut MM1 O.
Kaplan 4 and 3; John Westman
d. Richardson S and 4; Bass d.
Claiahman t ud Sihausta came
hack from being 3 down to. Paul
Duran to win l up on is; woDin woDin-son
son woDin-son d. Doel 7 and '6; A. de la
a j t.. i ir.u V .1,
russa a. jumu vaiuca uy uciauii.
M. Monzo d. Roeelio Boyd 6 and
4: Chick Kline d. Willis 4 and, 3.
J. M. Boyd with a 12 handicap
gave 8 strokes to M. de Janon
and lost 5 md 4; A. Tapta took
5 strokes from Woodruff and won
2 and 1; Kasheher d. A. de Mena
1 up with the aid of T strokes,
and Ted Wilber dronoed bis match
to Dave Halman 1 up, with Hal-
man having a 7-stroke advantage.
In the ladies flight, Pat Waring
nHth a hanHiran frf 22 took Over
T mil a .Tami 4 anil 4. Miss Jones
have her opponent 4 strokes. Mag Maggie
gie Maggie Dalton managed to take over
Alice French with the aid of 3
tvnVa i nn after a lone 36-hole
inatoh anH Svlva Taroenter found
that giving 13 strokes to Charlotte
Hunter was much too much and
lost 3 and 1.
all matrhea 'fhiduled for se
cond reound play must be complet
ed bv 6 o.m. Sunday evening. Mau
rice Muller,' having won be de default
fault default from Ridge, played his se
cond round opponent, wegro Arias
and won 1 up, and in the second
iirht rh!iV Vlin won over M.
Monio 7 and 8 in another second
THREE VVAYS -The third triple dead heat in the 181-year
history of United States harness racing and. the firat at a New
York metropolitan .area track occurs at Roosevelt Raceway,
Westbury, Xong Island. Flaxey Dream, 1, Bill Blaisdell up;
Great Knight, 8. Frank Safford aboard; and Navy Song, 3, .car .carrying
rying .carrying Clint Hodgins, bring abont complex three-way pay-off.
Pro Football Race
Still Isn't Over
By HARRY WISMER
NEW YORK (UP) It still isn t
.it in the, National Football
League. Next Sunday afternoon in
San Francisco's Kezar Stadium
the Detroit Lions and the Forty Forty-niners
niners Forty-niners will square off in that sud sudden
den sudden death contest to decide which
eleven will meet tne ueveianu
Browns on Sunday, Dec. 29Jor the
world's title. '.'
It should be a sensational con contest"
test" contest" from- any viewpoint. The
Lions have come along like the
comeback,squad of the year in the
West. After a slow start, and de despite
spite despite the fact that Bobby Layne
is out with a broken ankle, they
and a great defense. that should
carry them to the title.
George Wilson has turned ia an
vMntinn! 4nh in tfrnnfninff and
handling his material. Tobin Rote
has stepped into iayne s snoes
without missing a beat, and "Hop-,
Inns" raariv haa nroved to be
a sparkplug in ground gaming in
the open field
The Forty-Niners are a great
turn hut their defense
isnt of the best and although the
game will be played m san rran rran-cisco.t
cisco.t rran-cisco.t he Lions have the stuff to
.While all that is going on Paul
Brown will De siowiy ana care carefully
fully carefully readying his eastern cham champions
pions champions for the final. They wound
up tiie season with the best win
and loss record in the entire
league. And their comeback after
that had 1Q5J5 vear entitles Paul
Brown to be tabbed as the "coach
of the year" among the pros. He
has had a record second to none
(n him ni-nfaeeinnal oroor ITftAt.
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In th second men'i flight, Me- chosen profession.
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Editor: C0NRA0O 8ARCEANT
' c 'A
The question we put to the. gen gentleman
tleman gentleman a iew hours ago waa .this:
"Would you say that Maurice
McLaughlin set the pattern for
power in American sports?"
"WeU,y answered Walter Pate,
whose rapturous esteem for the
works,' of Don Budge and Sir
William Rlalrfttnne haa become
historic, "there can be no doubt
that he introduced tne bis nit in
tennis. .or the 'home-run ball
aa vou fellows like to sav."
Pate, a distinguished figure in
tennis himselt, was a contempor contemporary
ary contemporary of McLoughlin dead at 67 of
hoarf sai7iirA "Vpe it's miiha
possible that he did, for in few
snort years tne accent was on
power-in most of our sports.
"ftnlri Hpvelnnori Jn.a Cnilfnrrl
who was. to be known as "The
Siege Gunner.' Babe Ruth began
to nit the ball out of the park,
and what was it you fellows call called,
ed, called, himP 'The Sultan of Swat.'
And Jack pempsey cqme along
at, about the same time, 'The
Killer.' Pate shuddered. It, was"
clear that his admiration for the
inventive idiom of the press box
was something less than bound boundless.
McLoughlin was the first A
mrirAft tnnia hAf-n TTntii h kA
red head' am hnnminu nuf nf
California with his obliterating
service and overhand smash, the
sport was scoffed at py all red red-blooded,
blooded, red-blooded, rieht-thinkine citizens. To
be seen with a tennis racauet
was a marx or nioiogicai pecu pecu-larity.
larity. pecu-larity. Just as Francis Ouifnet's victo
ry over the Britishers, Harry
varaon ana Ted Kay, was to
create national interest in golf,
McLoughlin's dramatic triumph o o-ver
ver o-ver the Australian, Norman
Brookes, in the Davis Cup cham championship,
pionship, championship, was to perform a like
service for tennis.
Caught Up With Him
This was an extraordinary
matrh In that ihtt firct fiat rontiir.
ed 32 games. The ranks of-those
wno had the good tortune to see
it. steadily dwindles with the
veare Patw waa in tha atanna
that day, not only as spectator
but as chairman of tne ranking
"This was the first maior e-
vent to be held in the new For
est Hills Stadium," he remem remembered.
bered. remembered. "The first set, of .course,
waa what made it so remarkable.
There only one break through
service in the seemingly endless
"A couple of times Brookes had
McLoughlin hanging on the ropes.
In fact, in one game, the 18th or
19th, he had him 40-0 but let him
get off the hook. It would be
more accurate to aay McLoughlin
got himself off the hook.
"Tenacity was an ouisianaing
characteristic of his play."
Because the Californian's reign
as national champion was limit limited
ed limited to only two years, a popular
theory persists that this waa due
to the enormous ardor and ener energy
gy energy of his play: in short, that he
burned himself out. To Pate this
"McLoughlin was consumed in
laritv nf the ffimfi.
which, ironically, he had spark
ed. He was omy z wnen ne ueai
Brookes. Essentially a power
niavpr h had no back hand
shot to speak of, and was con-
stantly forced to improvise, who
more and better players coming
into W annrt. ha was aoon to
find his thunderous service and
overhand smash were not
A Preeendent Is Set
ia tha national ehamnlon
trarlitinnallv is accorded No. 1
rank at the end of the season. In
1914, which was to be one of Mc McLoughlin's
Loughlin's McLoughlin's last eventlful yearsr he
was surprisingly beaten in the
climactic test by R. Norris Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. But he had won everything
else, including his two singles
matches in the Davis Cup play.
. .and in earlier pairings he had
beaten Williams. As chairman of
Ik. vanlrinff MmmitlM. Pstft MTU-
ed that tradition be disregarded
and McLoughlin ranxea o. i.on
over-all) performance.- The- motion
Pate appeared to be
more impressed with McLoughUn
as a person than a" player. A
quiet, unassumihg, vwy pieasani
young man, ana ai xmr
man as I ever met. In all the
timea I saw him play he never
once questioned a decision, or
ven looked in the direction of an
official. I know of only one oth-
erILa?5l!.hi 4n out hat. we i
bow to no one in our respect for
Don Budge. .or Sir William
Blackstone. either. .but deadlines
Pro Grid All-Stars
.LOS ANGELES (UP) V The
Cleveland Browns' Eastern Division-
NFL. champions. Tuesday
landed seven man on the Eastern
team in the All-Star Pro-Bowl
Game to be held Jan. 12 in Me-
Selections ot the eastern team
nlavura war ma Ha hv Mrt. Cnm.
missioner Bert Bell and Pro-Bowl
fame ; general. ; manager Paul
chissler after enarhaa of tha
teams represented nominated the
men uiey ieu were most consist consistent
ent consistent in their performances all year.
Leading the eastern offense will
be Browns' auartarhark Tnmm
O'Connell who will be backed up
oy uaaie Leuaron, of the Redskins
as reserve quarterback.
Tha nffanaiva turn nUirf.il
ends John Carson, Redskins, and
jacx aieuairan, seelers; tackles
Lou Groza, Browns, and Roosevelt
Brown, ftianti- CruarHa nilr ci..
fel, Redskins, and Jack Stroud,
jjiania; center Kay Witecha,
S,i,,Bt.?; ;.flurterbaek Tommy
O Cannall. Rrnwna- hain.b. nf
?.Kt0J!! Cardinals, and Frank
minora, uiants, and fallback Jim
The defensive team: ends Gene
f m ?.easituu. d Andy Robus-
uianii; iscKies Bob Gain,
Browns, and Ernie sta
era: cantar nH ph,.b n..
yivu, neasKins; uneoackers Chuck
araananK, eagles, and Walt Mi
chaela. Browna haiKnb. t..,.
sutler. Staalara an1 rn d...i
frowns." and safeties Jerry Nor-
;u, iei,. ana umien Tunnell,
Bold Ruler Crowned
'Horse Of Year' By
Turk & Sport Digest
.BkTIM(??I: (UP Wheatley
Stable's Bold Ruler was crowned
"Horse of the Year" today by the
nation lAamnff mnrti
the Turf and Sport Digest's 22nd
annual poll. -
Of the 175 writers and sports sports-casters
casters sports-casters voting, 78 voted Bold Rul Rul-.Jhe
.Jhe Rul-.Jhe best horse in the country
While Ralph Lowe's Gallant Man
and Mri. rhorloa TTI.Ink D....
Idun were tied for second place
Trim co yuies eacn.
Bold RiiIdi- aarli.. k.J u.
.hw uau uecn
naiiAfl aa "llnp.. n uA v t, ;
lu iC J: "L "' i ear in
S,,ly Rcin form Morn-
u xeiegrapn pou.
RIDLEGS SHOW PROFIT
. vv r me Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs made a net profit
of $295,541.45 for the fiscal year
endine Oct. .it an nn...t m..
, ....a i mail-
!.8e.r-.G-lb P,,ul aid u fuH-time
salaried employes of the club, ex ex-eludihg
eludihg ex-eludihg players, coaches and man managers,
agers, managers, will be included in a retire retirement
ment retirement income plan and a profit
EL INTER AMERICANO DC-7
EL PACTIFICO DC-6B
Now, all Panagra airliners to Buenos Aires and
Santiago including El Pacifico DC-SB's are
equipped with radar. You will enjoy the smoothest
flight ever to these two great cities. Santiago, with
its many attractions. Buenos Aires, with the theater
and concert season in full swing, and the many
bargains to be found in its smart shops... Do it
today I Make your reservation for any of the two
daily Panagra flights: El Inter Americano DC-7
exclusively first class, or El Pacifico DC-6B.
PAN AMEKICAN-GlACi AIRWAYS
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Calle "I" N 3 Tel. 20556 20557 Panama, R. P.
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DO YOU KNOW? THAT THE PRICE
OF the PONT I AC "6" 1958
STRAT0 CHIEF 4 DOOR SEDAN
IS $2,700. DIRECT SHIPMENT CANAL ZONE
THE PRICES OF MAKES IN THE "LOW PRICE FIELD" ARE:
CAR "A" $2,695.00
CAR T $2,712.00
CAR "C" $2,725.00
SEE THE PONTIAC!
COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY!
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
PHILLIPS OceansldV Cottages
Santa Clara. Ben 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 8-U7S.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homM, an
beech. Phone Thopmson, Balboa
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach Houia. On mila past tka
Casino. Phena Balboa 1866.
ATTINTICN. 0. I.I Jut bulk
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold watar.
Phono Panama 8-4941.
FOR RENT. A decorater'a own
apartment, completely furnished
3 bedrooms with our condition,
television, watar hcatar freezer
and baautiful dacorativa orna ornaments.
ments. ornaments. Call 5 to 7 p.m. 3-0581.
Baldwin's furnithad apartmants
at Santa Clara Baach. Talaphona
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT: Nawly built chalot
living-dining room 2 badrooma
with modern closets. Maid's room
with service, garage. 90 St. East.
San Francisco da la Caleta. Pa Panama
nama Panama R. P. Call 2-1757 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. After 6:30 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 bedroom
room bedroom apartment (air-conditioned
with built-in kitchenette
(stove refrigerator, cabinet, hot
water). Campo Alegre. Phone
Panama 3-7192. 3:00 p.m. to
FOR RENT: Beginning February
the 1st. for 4 months or more,
furnished residence, television.
Exclusive residential area. Phone
FOR RENT: Two furnished
houses, two badrooma, chalet
style. 48th, street Uruguay No.
25. Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooms
$85.00. San Francisco. Phono
om me rati
FOR RENT: Beautiful one
bedroom new apartment. Via
Porras No. 64, Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: 2 Luxurious apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 2 bedrooms ain Esparta
Building. The most modern in
the city. Ricardo Arias Street,
besides Raymond Clinic. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 rooms. 462-B La Ca-rrasquilla.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences Phono
2-2081 or 2-1140.
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.
FOR RENT: Attractively furn furn-nished
nished furn-nished two bedroom apartment,
moderately priced. Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Telephone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre:
Exceptional nice furnished one
room apartment, hot water, all
utilities. Call 3-1789.
Switch Thrown To Power Full-Scale
Nuclear Generator For Pittsburgh
HIPPINGPORT, Pa., Dec. 19-(UP)-The
United States took an another
other another step into the peacetime
atomic age today when the energy
o nuclear fission was used to pow
er a. full-scale commercial elec electric
tric electric generator sending power to
At 12:39 a.m., a switch was
thrown and power flowed from the
generators of the Shippingport
plant of Duquesne Light Co., the
world's first full-scale atomic elec elec-ric
ric elec-ric plant devoted exe'usively to
By 7 a.m., the plant, nestled
here in the Ohio Valley 25 miles
northwest of Pittsburgh, was send sending
ing sending 12,100 kilowatts into the huge
Duquesne distribution system
where the atom teamed with con conventional
ventional conventional coal to supply light and
power for nearly two million
eration of the plant, which has
been in development since 1954, at
the NATO conference in Paris. He
"Inherent saiety will make the
design of this first full-scale atom atomic
ic atomic power plant useful in many
parts of the world," Strauss said.
"The fact that this plant was de-
developed from the submarine re reactor
actor reactor is another evidence of the
conversion of the military poten potential
tial potential to peace-time uses."
The Shippingport reactor was
designed and built by Westing-
house Eelectnc Corp., which had
produced the power unit for the
world's first atomic powered ship,
the submarine Nautilus.
HARD WORK REMAINS
LIGHT 150,000 HOMES
Duquesne Light Chairman Philip
A. Fleger said the first generation
of power at the plant "marks an another
other another major advance toward the
ciay of abundant, low-cost atomic
power." But he warned that a lot
o hard work remains to be done
and "We must bend every effort
pro- to hasten that day."
rne electric power proaucea at
the pioneer generating station here
is far irom cheap, the cost of the
The Atomic Energy Commission
and Duquesne said in a joint an
nouncement that successful
auction of elecricity was
"achieved early in a carefully
p'anned testing program." The test
operation will continue several (nuclear-generated power will run
weeks with power production j about 65 cents for 10 kilowatt kilowatt-building
building kilowatt-building up to an initial capacity ; hours, compared to about 2 cents
of 60.000 kilowatts, enough to light lior the same amount produced by
150,000 homes in the area. conventional coai-iueiea station.
AEC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss I The successful generation of
was informed of the successful op-electricity here came just 16 days
after the control rods of the re
actor were first lifted and a self self-sustained
sustained self-sustained chain reaction started.
The intense heat from the atom atom-i:
i: atom-i: fission is drawn o-f through
tjbes filled with 'Water under pres pressure
sure pressure and used to heat boilers. The
steam from the boilers spins the
turbines which turn the generators.
a Whatever Your
be your problems
Corner "H" awj Darien
FOUR OTHER PLANTS
There are four other plants de delivering
livering delivering atomic power in the Unit United
ed United States, but they are either pilot
or experimental operations. The
Shippingport generating plant is
comparable in size to conventional
stations using coal or oil as fuel.
The turbo-generatore quipment has
tne capacity to produce
In the joint venture, Duquesne
Light provided the site and built
the turbo-generator as well as con
tributing five million dollars to
ward the reactor portion of the
Duquesne Light said its Bener
ator will produce enough power to
supply the family needs of cities
such as Bridgeport, Conn.; Tac Tac-oma.
oma. Tac-oma. Wash., or Flint, Mich.
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lcavc rovm ad with onb or ovm agents oi fbi ornces-AT -it mm. pahama ubithua jmraADO i ttreet Ma. is aoincias
wiuwtu vm. ruwuuvniimi. a uuej run CMi ZALJDO Central Ave. 4 a Mjunuto reuuKonvx Bi u vx,mjuui rjuu.j
BABOO Ne M "B" Street m MORH1SON tlh of Jute Ave. a J It, a LEWIS RKRV1CE In. Ttvoli No. 4 FAKMACIA M1ADOS UN1DOS 14S Central Ave.
FARMAC1A LUX IM Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J P. da ie Oaaa Ave. Mo. 41 rOTO DOMTJuste Areaamena Ave. and SIM. FAKMACIA
VAN-DER-J1S at Street No. SS FABMAC1A EL BATURBO hnn Lecem I Street rABMACIA SASM Via ferree 111 a) SiOVEDADES ATHtt eatde
tre. a COLONt Central Avenue 1SJSS TeL 431 V .1 "t'''
the Bella Vurta The
FOR SALE: 1951 Willys jeep
station wagon, flood mechanical
condition, reasonable for cash
delivery Dec. 30th. Harris,
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, $450. Sea at 913-B. Rousseau.
FOR SALE: A itation wagon in
excellent condition $2300.00.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Gene General
ral General Electric, tap condition, bar bargain.
gain. bargain. 2034 7a. Ave. Espafta. Tel.
FOR SALE: New blonde oak
Majnavox, console heigh fidelity
phonograph and radio, $200.00.
Tal. Balboa 3156.
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe, 4200 miles. Last
chance before duty goes up.
Reasonable price. Call Navy Pa Pacific
cific Pacific 2390.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, hardtop, radio. Phone
Gam boa 6-489.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 3.200 miles, in good con condition.
dition. condition. Leaving. Phone 6111.
Albrook or 3-0765 Panama.
FOR SALE: Bargain 1949
Hudson 6 sedan, good condition,
good tiros. $125.00. Tel. 2 2-1783.
1783. 2-1783. Panama.
FOR SALE: 1956 duty paid
Ford Fairlane Victoria, Thurder Thurder-bird
bird Thurder-bird motor. Very low mileage.
Excellent condition. Ivory and
black with wsw tires. Radio
and other accessories. $1750.
Tel. Panama 3- ,182, from 8:30
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. V 3-3783
alter 6:00 p.m.
, FOR SALE: Chalet in Us
Cumbres with or without fur furniture
niture furniture 3 badrooma, 2 bathrooms,
maidroom, nice garden with
large porch, concrete patio and
children swimmingpool, Informa Information
tion Information talaphona Panama 2-1718.
Let Cumbres 2032 i 7th Street
No. 700. Special lew price,
leaving tha country. ''
FOR SALE. Dalmatioa puppiee
Call Navy 3772.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Wire fox Terrier
puppies, A.K.C. registered, do
not shed hair. Ideal Christmas
gift for children. House 2249
Carr St.. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppy A. K.
C. registered, golden fawn. 4
months old. Navy 3518.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobila '49
DeLuxe, 2 door. 545-A Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Heights 5295.
With F 1.2 Lens
i 1 lillM ..
Reward offered for return of
library book lost on Tivoli Ave.
Wed. p.m. Phone Balboa 3636.
LOST: I pal green fender fender-skirt.
skirt. fender-skirt. Possibly on Via lipane..
Reward. Phone Balboa 1584.
World's largest 100 fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass cabin cruaier, on display
at ABERNATHY SPORTS, across
aide street Panama Hotel.
FOR SALE: 15 ft. runabout,
25 h.p. Johnston motor trailer
and equipment. $525.00. Phono
WANTED: Chihuaha Pupa net
hairless. Phone Panama 3-0614
between 12:15 and 2 p.m.
WANTED: Boat about 15 foot,
motor and trailer 87-5140.
Gibraltar Ufa Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama -0552
155 Central Ave.
Sunday, Dec. 29
Fidanque Travel Service
Soviet Red Party
Names 3 Workers
DURELLE, ANTHONY SIGN
NEW YORK UP) Tony An Anthony
thony Anthony of New York and Yvon Du Du-relJe
relJe Du-relJe of Moncton, Canada, have
signed to meet in a 10-round light
heavyweight bout at Madison
Square Garden. Jan. 10. Durelle is
British Empire light heavy cham champion
pion champion and is ranked second in tha
division, while Anthony is ranked
Four duplex apartments in the house recently raffled in
benefit of the parrochial school of Chorrlllo. Each apart apartment
ment apartment consists of two bedrooms, living-dining room, two
balconies, and garage. -In Bella Vista. 49th St. Tor in information
formation information call: Panama 2-1077 or 2-4627 (8-11 a.m.) and
MOSCOW, Dec. 19 (UP) The
Communist Party Central Commit Committee
tee Committee named three veteran party
workers to its secretariat today
and made one of them a full mem
ber of the Central Committee Pre-
100,000 sidium to replace ousted Marshal
The announcement promoted al alternate"
ternate" alternate" Presidium member Nu Nu-ritdin
ritdin Nu-ritdin A. Muhitdinov to full mem membership,
bership, membership, filling the spot left vacant
in the 15-member body when Zhu Zhukov
kov Zhukov was ousted last Nov. 2.
It named Mukhitdinov, Alexei
Kirichenko and Nikolai G. Ignatov
as secretaries of the Central Com Committee
mittee Committee under Firs Secretary Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita S. Khrushchev. Both Kirichen Kirichenko
ko Kirichenko and Ignatov already were Pre Presidium
sidium Presidium members.
All three of the officials are vet veteran
eran veteran party workers. Mukhitdinov
is leader of the party in the Asian
republic of UBEKISTAN. Ignatov
heads the party in the industrial
city of Gorki and had served as a
party secretary in 1953. Kirichen
ko is former first secretary of the
party in the Ukraine, a post in
which he followed Khrushchev.
The changes in the secretariat
were the first since former For
eign Minister Dmitri T. Shepilov
was removed as a secretary last
The appointments were made at
a Central Committee meeting
Monday and Tuesday. They were
announced today on the eve of I
the Soviet Parliament's winter aei- J
15th N. D. Bowlerama
Teams W L
Beachcombers 36 16
Rodman Wrens 29 22V4
Navy W(h)aies 26 26
Army M.R.U. 24V4 27H
Navy Blue Devils 21 31
Albrook Flyerettes 19 33
It was Christmas Turkey night
and seven gals will not haver, to
visit the com my or sales store
for their birds. The winners Were
(Bliss, Bruster, Sass, R.oberts,
Moore, Burchett and Glud.
W(h)ale 3 Beachcombers .1
The Beachcombers will welcome
the two week Holiday lay off, be
cause the way they are going
they are apt to find themselves
washed out of first lace. This
week the W(h)ales caused big e
nough splash to nearly drown the
Beachcombers who were asleep on
the beach lanes for three points.
Only in the night cap, did they
wake up to salvage one point.
Despite this the 'Combers in increased
creased increased their lead over the run
nersup, who dropped four. With
only few weeks to go may be the
Beachcombers will stagger into
the title. However when it came
to gobbling up the gobblers, the
Beachcombers were wide awake,
with Lena Burchett, Bernice Rob
erts and Helen Glud carting a a-way
way a-way three birds.
The W(h)ales were no slouches,
because two of their damsels
carried home a turkey. Martha
Bruster and Elaine Bliss.
All turkey winners went over
the 5 C mark, Lena 518, Helen
524, Bernice 502, Martha 500 and
Elaine 521. (Between these two
teams five f the seven turkeys
Navy Biro Devils 4
Rodman Wrens 0
The Navy Blue Devils invoked
severe punishment on the Wrens.
The Wrens just could not stand
under the strain of the heavy
load of 50 pin handicap, in two of
the games, whereas the devil-take-care
Blae Devils just kept
pouring out the punishment. This
was the eighth loss in a row for
the Birds and unless they perk
up they will drift down the lad ladder,
der, ladder, because only three points
separate them from the t i r d
W(h)ales Betty Kelly 515, Marge
Moore 509 and Myrt M angles
weret he chief punisher of the
Wrens. Qnly Shirley Sass of the
Rodman wrens came out without
her wings un clipped with 515 set.
Machine Record Unit 4
Albrook Flyers 0
A five-pin handicap advantage
for the Army MRU s played an
FOR SALE.- Kanmore Auto Automatic
matic Automatic washer with ultraviolet
llfht. Albrook 86-7195.
Just received largest stock ever
shewn la Panama. Fishing tack tackles,
les, tackles, cypress garden water akis,
baseball and undar water equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Hundreds of sports items
to select from. A guarantee ef
satisfaction with every sale.
ABERNATHY SPORTS, acrosa
side street Panama Hotel. Phone
3-6893 er 1-0264. Open until
WANTED: Experienced tales-'
man with personality. Apply Box
93 Colon, giving references end
WANTED Teaefcer to totur
boy in 5th grade, after school.
Phone Curundu 5151.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
MX. Ill I. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: Now I'S h.p. sir sir-conditioner,
conditioner, sir-conditioner, 60 cycle, 220 volts.
Never uncrated, cost $350.00.
Sell $300.00. Phone 2-2902.
FOR SALE i 4 by 6 nylon swim-'
' ming pool for children. It is
brand new, and will aell for
. $20.00. Call Panama 3-0683.
FOR SALE: French lace, 36
inches wide for cocktail dresses.
At the lowest prices. French
jewerly, recently arrived. Apt.
House No. 16, 3rd street. Pere Pere-iil.
iil. Pere-iil. Opposite Javier School Apt.
3-minute ear wash $1. steam,
cleaning ef motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bafio, Trans-Isrb-miaa
Highway near Sears. )
WANTED Experienced COOK.
CLEANING woman. Both must
sleep at obvand have knowledge
of all domestic duties. Must
bring references. EXCELLENT
salary for apt and willing wom women.
en. women. Applicants must come per personally
sonally personally to Panama Brokers at
tha Panama Hilton Hotel for
interviews Thursday 19 and Fri Friday
day Friday 20 inatant from 9. a.m. to
FREE-PICK UP AND DELIVERY!
on T. V., Hi-Fi, Radio and
Phonographs. Same day service
if call is recioved by 7:00 p.m.'
We have transistors for 1957
and 58 automobile radios. Phone
Panama. 3-7607 U. S. Televl Televl-.
. Televl-. lion.
The best dinner, and drinks; i
are. earned lit iw .maWbvm
' conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla-
a 5 de Mayo."" M
FOR SALE: 1954 VINCENT
motorcycle 1000 ce. Perfect)
condition, recent overhaul. Will
trade for 500 cc motorcycle or
car. Inquire at Taller Pasadena'
on tha Trans-Isthmian highway.
Ask for Cundi Garrido. 1
FOR SALE: D I n i n sj table table-chairs;
chairs; table-chairs; piano; radio-phonofraph;
horse;' toys; miscellaneous.
2308-B. Balboa 3715.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 25
cycle, $35.00; Maple Flooring,
SI. 00 per 50 sa, ft.; one (1)
3 p.h. Motor, 25 cycle, $10.00;
Fiberglass 14' Diving Board, 1
New $125.00, 1 Used, $25.00;
1 3-way Swimming Pool Filter
Valve; $50.00; 100 ft. Sun Sunproof
proof Sunproof Flex-O-Pipe '(plastic),
$50.00; Slate for one pool
table $10.00.. Cristobal YMCA-USO.
important part in the outcome of
all games. The first one MRU
wos by three pins, the seconb by
two and the third by four. How
close can you get? This tough
luck outcome shoved the Flyers
out of Albrook by way of Lacona
into the cellar.
Mary Arnold and Joyce Bader,
with' 515 and 528,h elped the
MRU's in their success and the
closest that the Flyerettes came
to the five C altitude was Marge
Spiros with 498.
Chicago Cubs Sign
Hornsby As Coach,
CHICAGO, Dec. 19 (UP) Rog Rogers
ers Rogers Hornsby, seven-time National
League batting champion with a
lifetime batting average of 3.358,
has signed as chief hitting Instruc Instructor
tor Instructor and coach with the Chicago
Cubs, Vice President John Holland
Hornsby resigned today at direc
tor of the Youth Foundation in Chi
cago, a lob be has held for three
years, in order to Join the Cubs.
He will Deem ms new jod in me
Mesa, Arix., spring training camp
Feb. 13, working first with top
prospects from the farm system.
Jorge Boyd Elected
President Of Panama
Golf Club For 1958
The popular Jorge (Medalist)
Boyd found that being popular al also
so also begets work last weekend
when he was elected President Of
the Panama Golf Club hv the
Board of Directors for 1958.
Elected to officerships along
with Boyd were R. H. Dehlineer,
as vice president, Julio R. Val-
dez as secretary, and John E.
Westman as treasurer.
On the Board of Directors were
elected Jim G. Ridge, Luis Chan-
deck. George F. Novey, Jr., Mike
J. More io, Jr., C. Paz Rodriguez,
William C. Schmitt, Dr. Frank
A. Raymond, Roberto R. Aleman,
Ts-s Martinz, and Stanley Fidan-
.ue- .. ..
aniey Fidanque was tne only
new member elected to the board
of directors, since M. J. More
no, R. R. Aleman, President
Boyd. Dick Dehunger, Julio vai
dez and John Westman were not
uo for reelection.
Following the regular meeting
of the Board of Directors, a gen
eral meeting of all stockholding
members was held, at which
time the financial report given
by Westman, indicating a small
profit for the club over and a-
bove a considerable expense.
Westman outlined many projects
which will take effect at the club
during the next year.
Former Pres.dent Jim Ridge
outlined details of the 1958 Pana
ma open championship wmcn is
scheduled to start Jan. 23, run
ning through Jan. 26, with a cli
nic at the club on Jan. 22.
The new president, Jorge Boyd,
outlined some plans for the com coming
ing coming year and announced that he
would make the announcement of
the appointments to club commit committees
tees committees in the near future.
FOR SALE: Pinball machine,
excellent condition. Must sell,
Call Balboa 3188.
FOR SALE: AMERICAN FLYj
ER electric train. Like new. In-'
eludes table, 300 watts trans transformer,
former, transformer, many accessories such
as tunnel and ornaments. Phone
3-4718 during office hours.
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FOR SAL! Mere used mag magnetic
netic magnetic recording tapes $1.35 each
er five for $6.00. EDITORIAL
CARIBI bookstore. Panama 2-5474.
FOR SALE: X mas Special. -Come
early and select from the
new crop of wood rotes. Plenty
of long( stemmed ones are now
available. Excellent for Xmas
gifts. For- your convenience we
are open from 8 a.m. until 8
, p.m. Ancon Greenhouse, Mor Morgan's
gan's Morgan's Garden Coronal, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Last chance. Only
four days to sell out: communi communication
cation communication receivers, speakers, tubes
transfermes, coils, miscellaneous
radio spare parts. Bargain prices.
House 5 1 83-B, Diablo Curling.
Bus Driver Hires
Hall, Invites 100
To 1 -Woman Dance
NEWCASTLE -ON-TYNE; Eng
land, Dec. 19 (UP Fred Green a
22-year-old bus driver who refuses
to learn to dance, hired a hall and
invited 100 persons to dance with
his wife last night on ner zist
His wife, Janet, was a teenager
who liked nothing better than
dancing when he married her two
years ago. Because he did not
dance, her husband felt be wai de
priving her of fun.
For her 21st birthday be saved,
rented a halL hired a babysitter
for their infant daughter and put
an ad in the .newspaper inviting
100 persons a dance.
For four hours Janet wnirled
around the crowded dance floor
last night while her husband aat
oo the tide and smiled.
"I'm having a wonderful tune,"
Paul Cave Elected
To Head Gafun Yacht
Club For Next Term
Walter C. Watts, commodore of
the Gat m Yacht Club, presided
at the general meeting of the
club which was held Sunday
morning, Dec. 15, in Gatun.The
regular order of business includ included
ed included election of officers for "1958
and plans for parties for the ho
liday season. Following the meet
ing dinner was served to those
Paul Cave was elected to suc
ceed Watts as commodore. Other
officers elected included: Robt
J. Blair, vice commodore: F. W
Werlsin. rear, commodore: W.-L.
Ney. secretary-treasurer: and tne
following members were lected to
serve on the Board of Governors:
Dr. H. C. Prithem, Carl Warner
and H. J. Spilling were elected
for a two year term: L. O. Wood
was elected for one year.
The following members will
serve as alternates for one year:
C. F. Hallett Sr., Walter C.
Watts, and Joseph W. Coffin.
Cant. Arthur T. Wilder and John
Hewitt previously elected for two
years will remain on the board
for one year.
Plans were made for the an annual
nual annual Christmas party which will
include an exchange, of gifts. The
party will be held at the Club
Saturday evening, Dec. 21, start starting
ing starting at 7:00 p.m. and is for mem members
bers members and their guests. v
The New Years Eve party on
Dec. 31, for members and their
guests, will start at 9:00. There
will be music for dancing, noise noise-makers
makers noise-makers and hats to add to tkt
' Buffet refreshment will be serv served
ed served .at both the Christmas aid
New Year's Eve parties.
his wife told a reporter. "It's been
so mock fun."
Then at midnight aba took her
husband's ana and they went
home to- relieve the baby stttar.
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After Army's Jupiter
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Dec. 19 (UP) The Air Force prepared to fire a Thor
missile today in the wake of last night's launching of the rival Army Jupiter, which
failed to complete its flight because of technical difficulties.
When a heavy shroud of fog cleared from the cape this morning, observers saw
the slim, white Thor standing outside its gantry; by 11. a.m., liquid oxygen was
-iready being poured into the intermediate range missile.
Last night's spectacular Jupiter apparently was either destroyed in flight, or fell
into the sea when its engines failed.
Scientists gained valuable in
formation from the test, Jiowever,
even though the 1500-mile range
Armv missile failed to complete
its flight for the second time In
less than a month.
The Jupiter has been success
fully test fired a numDer oi times
and Hew 3500 miles in one test.
: CANAL ZONE POSTAL CLERK, Charles (Chuck) Walsh of Balboa (in the center) gets some
last-minute Instructions from Joe La Shelle, director of Photogra phy on th e movie The
1 wvh anr the Dead" heinir filmed in Panamas jungle areas. Walsh, one of four local Doys
End To Souths Racial Troubles Is Distant,
But Gains Made In Removing Racial Barriers
statistics on tr race picture in
ATLANTA, Dec. 19 (UP) Some
U-ather shocking events in the tor tor-turoc
turoc tor-turoc evolution of race relations
have tranipired in the South this
sA to the rouble
.... .n tn tho trflllhlp All but IS O
seems to be nowhere in sight. I howvr, were in tati border
, Put 1957 down as the year that! irfl th old Sooth.
people in distant corners of the These figures show
schools, reported that 76Z oi tne
3,008 school districts in the so so-called
called so-called segregaion states had
started an inteeration policy.
f thoso district.
arth learned there was a city
xalled Little Rock, Ark., and in it
a scnooi Known as enirai nign.
now more than twice the number
nf Ho.Porppatpd school districts
tkn in Spntpmher of 1955. the
Jke year an about-to-be integrated irst sch0ol opening month after
school was dynamited ...the yeart)l. suoreme Court "deliberate
a Negro was picked at random iSpeed" degree was handed down,
and horribly mutilated as a lesson J The South and the Eisenhower
to integrationists. (administration 8 still are assess-
You couldn't call it a year In I"? .the effects of the Little Rock
j-i-i. .1.: C...11. rnsu on race relations in Dixie.
wnicn race reiauuus in me ouuiii j fu-t i-
Sere bettered. But Negroes still 8 Pre. gsuth Caro
eould find some signs of progress f.s ItLT g'nJna and
in .their efforts to remove form
ThA nntWlr tnr th mmpd ate ii.ic6-" e--" -ro
tation of schools a retaliation
asainst the southern Association
of Colleges and Secondary Schools
which recently admitted a num number
ber number of Negro education institu
tions for the first time.
Damage Suit Filed
Against Ft. Davis
LI. Chester Ward
A woirian from Ft. Davis filed
a $15,500 damage suit in tin?
Cristobal Division of the U. S.
District Court today agamst Lt.
Chester L. Ward of Ft. Divis.
Plaintiff Mrs. Frances Chester
is seeking to collect damages for
injuries she said she sintered
when the car which Ward was
driving towards wooden a French
Canal bridge crashed, throwing
her about 20 feet below the road
The accident on which the suit
is based occurred on July 2G, at
1:45 in the morning.
Mrs. Chester, an unemployed
widow, resides with her brother-
in-law and sister, Maj. and Mrs.
Michael Chester. He is coraman
der of the 3rd. Battalion, of the
Mrs. Chester was the only pas
senger in the sports car when it
skidded at the approach of the
bridge on the old -Fort Sherman
Road, she claims she sustained
a dislocated right shoulder, bro-
Ken rignt elbow and anttle and
cuts on her face and scalp when
Annthpr fipnroia nrnnnsal would waS thrown from the car
require that the lieutenant gover-! wrd .is with Company "M" at
nor must be nominated by a ma-j1, Davis.
jority rather than a plurality ofl
unit votes. Only the governor and f avlar HamviIa
U.b. senators now must have the VQIIVJr UUIlAfllwi
Rep. Alpha Fowler, an origina originator
tor originator this year of the America Re Resettlement
settlement Resettlement Foundation, also thought
of the new voting restriction.
Ho aid integrationists may
try to got into tho' governor',
office "by the k ck door" unless
the law is changed.
Of Chase Branches
The missile was sent up a few
minutes auer 7 p.m. anu the De Defense
fense Defense Department announced short shortly
ly shortly afterward the launching wad
but second statement an announced
nounced announced that "the missile did
not complete is fuM flight be because
cause because or techniB i difficulties."
Usually missiies are destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by remote control' from the
ground when they have malfunctions.
i he nature of the trouble was
not learned, nor was it stated wnal
the objective of the test was.
There were inuicattons, uowever
scientists were trying to test the
&en. Esies Kefauver (D-Tenn)
said in Wasaington the test fir
ing of the Jupiter last night was
good news even if not successful.
"We are better off trying and
failing than not trying at all," he
Defense experts in the nation's
capital said technical difiiculties
were to blame for last night's par
They also said that test firing
at Cape Canaveral soon would be
stepped up to four a month ande
ventuaily may reach one-a-day.
Red Hungary Stages
Wave Of Trials
Leading Up To Nagy
VIENNA, Dec. 19 (UP) Com
munist Hungary's puppet govern government
ment government is staging a wave of trials
that will lead up' to the proseGu
tion of "freedom" Premier Imre
Nagy for treason, informed
sources said today.
The purpose of the trials is to
erase the last vestige of the rev revolution
olution revolution which shook the Commu Communist
nist Communist grip on Hungary before Rus Russian
sian Russian troops- and tanks crushed
the October 1956 struggle for
Jane's Says Russia
In Ballistics Field
LONDON, Dec. 19 (UP) Jane's,
the world's most authoritative air
intelligence survey, reported to
day Russia was "far in advance
of the West" in the missile-space
It called the Soviet Sputniks a
"truly fantastic achievement and-
said Russia'; claim to a perfected
intercontinental ballistic missile
was "epoch making t the first
giant strike into space."
The 1957-58 edition of "Jane's
All the World's Aircraft," pub published
lished published lay gave a 488-page sur
vey of military and civilian avia
tion, and included a separate' 12 12-page
page 12-page section on ) "guided missiles i
and missile test vehicles.
The publication came out too
late to record and note the suc successful
cessful successful firing yesterday of the U. j
intercontinental ballistic mis
sile Atlas whicn was hailed in
i i. I
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GIRARD BOOED ON ARRIVAL IN U.S. vti : WUllam Ciirard
and his Japanese brldet Haru; leave the transport USS Ander Anderson
son Anderson on their arrival in San Francisc. Girard, whowaj
broken in rani?: and given a suspended sentence for killing' a
Japanese vnmar. shell scavenger, we3 booed,, and jeered by
fellow soldiers and onlookers as he left the ship. He is slatfco ff
to be discharged from the Army at Fort Sheridan, 111. h
Over Jap Verdict
At least three trials are under
vay, the sources said.
They are those of Josef Cardinal
Pedro ftnnza 1p7 A and ttiihpn 'Hindszenty's secretary, Msgr.
D. Carles, Jr. have been appoint- 7Sn Turesany, and 16 other
ed managers of The Chase Man- priests, 18 workers of the Csepel
Vi.it t r. nnni.ia Vi. n m nk.n ; Ti 1011 hiiH kIpp) wnrU c and mpm-
Aside trom Little Kock, iema by tne board of directors 0fbers of the provisional government
future tob.-LM pressure,",- Arm W M Xrtr in WH?" blnk in a cordanc C whh an up at gy or during the revo.u:
StS!-- P lArkansas confusion. ;P'cture in 1957 waa at Nashville, announcement mad toriav hv .T ton. the sources said.
and less violence.
Trouble will be most likely to
develop next with the Septem September
ber September 1951 school opening.
Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers
lias appealed for a "cooling off"
r'iod in race relations and with
has promised there will be no
administration efforts to strength-
As state legislatures convene
next year, look for even more
prosegregation laws as a result
of President eisenhower's action
in sending troops to Little Rock
to enforce the admission of nine
Negroes to Central High School.
picture in 1957 waa at Nashville,
Tenn., where race mixing began
on a small scale in the first grades
o' some schools. One building was
dynamited no one hurt but
the plan of the school board to be be-e'in
e'in be-e'in gradual integration remain
ed in force and by year's end it
n the civil rights law in 1958. wouid permit closing of any pub pub-Without
Without pub-Without administration support, jc school that is integrated by
ny sucn move would nave nara forCe of federal arms,
failing. j i Georgia, two new laws have
' As the year drew to a close, been proposed for the January
Southern Education Reporting ''session. One would aeorove set-
Serrke, an agency that compiles ting up a state agency for accredi-
Texas and Florida already havefwas going fairly well with nine
rushed through new laws thatIMegroes in previously all white
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rOtyHeSead tke bright
v for the lore of
Nashville has offered an exten extension
sion extension of the integration plan for pos possible
sible possible school systems 8 one for
white pupils, another for Necroes
and a third for both.
In theory, if a single child ask
ed to be put into an integrated
school, one would have to be pro provided
vided provided under the plan. It has not
been approved as yet by the
Edward Healy, Jr., vice president i The sources reaffirmed that
in charge. Cen- Pal Maleter, defense min's-
Gonzalez entered the service of r the Nagy government, Gen.
the Bank in 1925 as a messenger Mvan Kovacs, chief of 3ta:f of
and after having worked upt e Hungarian army, and Sander
through- practically every depart- Kopacsy, chief of the Budapest
ment, was made an assistant pi'ice. also are being tried, prob
manaeer in I94fi. He is t nrPs. bly in the Kohida secret police
ent stationed at Panama branch, prison in Sopron.
Carles joined the bank in 1945 1 The reporting sources said Nagy
and was made an assistant man-aTld members of his v government
aeer in 1952 Hp is wiHpIv irnnum vere believed held in Kohida pris-
in the community because of his 01 wnere th?y were being prc-
public service, most recently asParea Ior lriaK
minister of-finance, 'during the .-The trials of MsST- Turesany
first year of the present admin-1 6 prie?ts and Lt. Col. Pal Lickov Lickov-istration,
istration, Lickov-istration, and since 950 as a S!V ar charged wjth looting the
member of the National Econo-ifles of the state church office,
mic Counci, the republic's ton Tn Csepel workers ate charged
planning commission, of whirh ,v'ih "counter revolutionary activi-
he is vice-chairman. a"d with killing an ermy
HHtKAGO. Dec. 19 CUP)-- Pvt
mii- i. ,frt.t JWitliam S5. Girard. center ol an
m l P.iccian mic. l. nrnorpic 1 'temaUOnai COmrUVeiSJ ujuu,n.
Thp niihiinatinn ohvp nn fitrnpen his Japanese bride to his home
to hack up Russia's claim to world ? ate and received a warnf gre,et
i-.j i j :.n i0 frnm his kmfolk todaV.
leauersiup on pi a lie anu misauts, u m
but it said- I The slim, 22ryear-old Gl aid he
But 11 Sald- 'has "no bitterness" ova? a Jap
"One or' even two Sputniks do nese court verdict of manslaughter
nnt npppes. piiv tuiumi rpal mil-and his suspended sentence for
itary significance, but they do killing a Japanese woman on an
prove that Russia is far in ad
vance of the- West in the means
Armv firing range
Thett he hurried from tne trans-
of projecting obiects. and verv continental train Wnicn nrougm
weighty objects, into space. him from San Francisco iO Ft
"That ttA 4t-st crian tt.ir!p fntn Sheridan. 111., near Chicago.
A iini uic ah t ablaut uiiw 7 r 1. !.
space has been successfully taken His-only wisht Girard said,; Was
y, tho nu..i.nE ..Hnit hnt'ovnit fiat Deoole Will forget the inter-
the most profound admiration fonnational squabble tirred up by
a brilliant and tmlv fantastic the Army's decision to let a .Japa
nese court try .him for the slaying.
a brilliant and truly
n iV ifltrttiMAnl ' it tia irl
Tno' narri littlo nm, mill. The C8Se WCIlt tO the U. S. 5U-
Lourt auu uicic nut jo
tM nA..fiAH fl.Am 15 lire! Vv.lf 1)1116 L
ki.. th. h.t .. bitterness in' Japan that
sia cancelled its 1957 military dis-," uwed,J? fc?!!:
i j. -m ir a 1 lust wain lu uc aiiuiivxiiuuts
piay ai msnuij in moscow .,, hnn. ,m
gas 6 "ii.
. Girard and his bride, the former
" moinoH nlAo tn thp r
real existence of three new
turbine engined transports,
mained close to their compart-
The' publication surveyed Rus-1 Z Sfd nS
eluding t h e Migl9 "Farmer"
which has a "maximum
speed reported as Mach 1.4,"
1.4 times the speed of sound
I According to Healy, these pro-maJr-North
Carolina alsogot started motions follow the policy of the I.
on a minor scale with nubile Chase Manhattan Bank of recoc-ll
school integration. sizing the ability and services of 1 1 YVedllier Ul NO I
ine integration spotlight turns 1 s omciai stan Dy associating Its
next toward Texas. Dallas schools senior Panamanians in the gener gener-had
had gener-had been scheduled to begin inte- management of its local
grating in January but the board Branches.
has assed a three-judge federal
sia s Known mimary aircran, m- u, u- ntio,. ill his
. 1C3C1VC DiaLKCIICUi illl -IIO
.. knew he was home when his
OT sister-in-law, Shirley, boarded the
train at Joliet,, III. embraced
I'm and Candy, and said, ."Were
glad to have you home, BUI.
Girard s brother, Louis, was
waiting for him in Chicago. The
Brothers and their wives pushed
fieir-way. through a crowed, with
Cirard cautioning Candy "Don't
get frightened stay close to -me"
After his discharge irom tha
Army.1 Girard planned to head
MURPHYSBORO, III, Dec. 19 Jk. to Ottawa, where hi? mother
December tornadoes exploded a
cross Illinois, Missouri and Indi-1 rr J
ana., last night, leaving many,! Ij I aiiftit!lL-Mi
Band of Tornadoes
Hit Ulino Area
Leaving Many Dead
A deadly band of late wMwi to greet ler son and
tnmartnpn .vnloriM a- t.T new daughter-in-law.
panel to delay it until summer. In
tegration attempts in Virginia till
are tied up in federal courts.
BOB HOPE -VERA MILES
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The American Legion. Post No.
1 invites all Post members to bring
their children to the annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Party at the American Legion
Club on Sunday, Dec. 22 at 2:00
p.m. Those attending are asked to
bring a wrapped gift for each child
with the child's name on the out outside.
side. outside. There will be games, refresh refreshment
ment refreshment and the appearance of Santa
Goes On Holiday
The Fort Clayton Dispensary will
operate on a holiday schedule be beginning
ginning beginning Saturday, Dec. 21 through
Jan. 1. The schedule is as follows:
Military sick call 7:30 to 9 a.m.
Dependents sick call 10 to 12
Emergency cases Any time,
The dispensary has requested
that sick call be kept to a mini minimum
mum minimum during the holiday season. In
dividuals "who need treatment
should report to the Records Sec Section
tion Section prior to receiving treatment.
. This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
To British Queen
BELIZE. British Honduras,
Dec. 19 (UP) A resolution.
eaf irming British honduras Joy'
High ........ 88 84
Low 75 76
High 95 91
Low 63 81
(max. mph) NW-14
RAIN (inches) .03
(inner harbors) 81
FRIDAY, DEC. 20
THE MUSIC BOX TRIO
A Christmas Story
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OKAY COO SCIEWCG.
YDU WIN. 1
I HAD THAT COM1M6! 1 -6B-1 50TA WISH CUt TRY
NOT 10 HAT6 MS TOO MUCH-6US ffilKS FCiCAJPS
iC rv rr--11 m. 1 at t iu a k 1 kt.iu i a
lUUKk ryu KJLUMk IN AW NW yvuRSLves TO TUB
AND TAtcS YOOK STUFF TOO: PCS ASS?
dead and injured in three com
At least 10 persons were killed
in the rash of pre-Chrlstmas
twisters and more tnan 200 in
Damage to schools, business
districts and residential sections
was estimated at more tnan one
million dollars. s.
Hardest hit bv the rash of
nearly 25 twisters was this small 'ty to Queen Elizabeth was ap-
SOUtnern Illinois city 01 uu frovea luaay Dy me. legislature,
where at least 8 persons were The resolution stated that the
killed, 4 from one family, in the Legislature rejects any claim by
burning, shattered wreckage of i any government other than ; the
their homes. More than 150 wereiUnited Kingdom ': to sovereignty
injured. (over British Honduras," in what
Other victims Included a man appeared to be a rejection of
at Sunfield. 111., who had atepped neighboring Guatemala's sovcr-
out of his home when he heard leignty claims on this Crown
the storm approach, ana a Daoy colony. 4
at Farmington, Mo., burled in At the same time, the Legis-
the debris of his grandmother's la ture approved a moiion of conjj-
home. dence' on. George "Plica, leader
Twisters also raced through of the majority People's Un.tci!
the city of Mount Vernon, north Party. Price was expelled lest
of Murnhvsboro. inluring more week from the 'Executive Council
than 50 persons, two of them cri- for allegedly "breaking his oath!
Ucally. c loyalty to the Queen" because
Communication lines were o. his alleged proposals f.o settle
knocked out and power lines tne Guatemalan claim;. ..v
were down in many sections oft Enriaue de Pax. another wom-
this coal mining region which iient .PUP member, iwaj elected)
nas Known trageay Deiore.nn me rv the Leeislature to take Pric'
form of mine disasters and tor- xfaee ia the Executi7e Council. J
nadoes. Ia a statement gives to .; the
U.S. consulate y e t e r d a y for
transmission to the U.S. govern government.
ment. government. Price claimed bis ouster
frtfm the Executive Council was
due to his policy of favoring:
American over British cicital in
vestments by local development"
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"The Long Gray Line"
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The Battle For Survival!
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Sensational story of -"TO
By WALT SCOTT
Japs Close Bookf
On Men Missing, 1
Since Second WV
TOKYO. DecV (UP) Japan
closed the book today ba 47,000
Japanese still missing from- World
War II. The Welfare Ministry de decided
cided decided to submit a bill to the next
Parliament which would declare
dead all persona (till unre pa tria ted
12 years after the end of the war.
- Most of th 47.000 were believed
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THE STRANGE ONE!
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to he ia China ar ftuui