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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00604
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'afraid he'd gve ip. I'd see him Moral of the story: talk to p6o-
Weakening. Fd have to take him pie on beaches; never can' fte
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aet aeome and family and kids
fa school. You can't give up all A new Florida hotel, te Bil,
that. The.worst thing in the world moral in. Bal Harbour, has e
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'tat did. tle trick. He'd go back ("Enjoy Yourself" and "
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SA longtime friendship between No Service Like Room Servic;
a teen-aage actor and an impover-. Te Hot hand Cold Ruanning l m.
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.Ulique world premiere, coming in and Also Your Change."
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:torim are the rule, this story America to you, finally got her
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Do, a re:ot13 4lots1'd IW.' Mr. and Mrs. Aldred Graham % Presents a CARlSCnriatmas package to a member of a
.taMn, wl have left for David- aftdr a wed- tubercular family, at the Olmnmaslo de Lucha Libre. The dip-
atl ,iaau d t,". hv5 le vitat PaiSa2wetdo. tribution of these erson-to-pireOn packages was made Wed-
be held in UMr. and MiB. d tel, atri quete neaday at the Gimnngalo. These packages are- a gesture of friend-
*oS- Jan. 4. datertaiaed Ma .IaI I *sBhi 'from United States .ct)tens to individuals in Panama and
A oy Collier party at thelp AcosAaan(ati- a other r countries "oth4 free world. Each package bears the
. o4 Govera day for meBra of thetal (Per more ealety oews pleae donor's name and adleis-t the United States. The packages


or oA thes of lor-ida, Labor 'OMfce of n to pe o
Mrs. Reonn ha< a nsp asked S R a
to speak, -a jlay or t later, at T.me for MZlfays ,- i I
Florlds-iate- Univers TA, ,ldshipmadaul Mi Is home HEL FUL HITS c
hassee.- -" '
Uidnevs ent. sent rq Lhkst maai 'A 6
Uhi w Mict. in Pa t: ca C lub h 6By United'Pres
bl1ewtc oa saidn $a part: tS c -H pve a clip fastened-to the cab-
"o dor Collins has enumerat- i e dh iig
ed your unselfish accomplishments Teoilht At Nptt the clip to hold a repe
and. haid us how you hayveU t e hd a v
co& a vast welfare program The Gr M BIG j at c ook ng. This saves a."dlr
te i~tal. We ~have learned the First mpat C rt. lt- ~ iU on the cards and the reeel'p
wit r t t of assist begin at 8:0 to ht Te a eadly visible.tre r
ance, through the Sociedad de a Ice will be preceded by a young When preparing removIdreoldfowax
yuda Mutua, per helping the worn people's Christmas service at by rubbmg with a ef loth da
t, qt Panama help themselves. Corosal Hoppital and chl- enebyrbd i tu h a softine. The wa hou
We slute you for the notable list dren of the church carolling In be removed before. you proceed
of your contribution to the educa. the varioua towns of the Pacific with any type of reni. you proshingceed
tUoar. Atf W'. oaderlaapeople We side.
sho ere ,. appreciate he The Chrlatmas message, "What To keen pastel-colored curtains
Can I Oive," will be preached by from fading In the sunlight, dry
S.. ; : .. ." Arthur Zylastra. The Jun- them inside a large pillow ease.
celhir will long a Chriltas Keep a few *spring-type clothes-
Wllaby and Was Dorothy .Hics oins at hand when' you a"e mop-
Ab "1esus The Nnt(-.Is Ing. They are handy for clippiln fat s
Ba on a garment to reqii it ,
The pastor,' Rev. W. I. Beeby heeds mpnding..
wil lead the- congreptio In I To remove paint' frm.p roler,
H christUas music. After the place it in a' ag Js jar.it the
service, the young'peOple'will go proper solvent to the paint you've
hreOughout she community on a been using. Shake the solvent
.efrol caravan, through the roller, then rol It Ouqt
on newspapers to remove the 11-.
St. Alban', Parais quid. After all: the palnt is.t,
The feast of the nativity will wash the roller in warm sus,
be observed at at. Alban's church f 'and diy,
Paralso with a choral com- )br bout ults aid es b-
rmunion on tonight, starting I0:- lrr belt results, and crMsp .b-
Smunon on tonight, starting 10:- con. start the frying process in a
45hristmas music from the cold skillet. Cook bacon at low
choir will enhance the service, temperature and drain excess fat
while the Rev. David A. Osboe, during the cooking.
priest in charge, will be eele-
bri s ant and preacher. Tu e T
Watchnight services el T
the qld -year will be conduct ?NEW YORK-CUTl Turkey
at St. Peter's church l Ia Boca sbhpping tip: the high-quality bird
New Te ir's eve at ID.0' L .m., has a moist. plable, waxy skin


re distributed through CARI, and here in Panama 15,000 pack-
aes will have been distributed by Chrlatmpn Eve In the capital,
olon and In the two. provinces. An additional 10,000 packages
will be distributed In the other provinces of the RBpnlbUc.


EUROPEAN FURNITURE STORE

Notifies all members of our Club system
to pay their club today, Friday, on account
of tomorrow being Christmas Day our
store will be closed. We'll be open today
up to 9 p.m..


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RELISH BOWL and GLASS OF WINE


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ITALIAN ANTIPASTE FRESH FRUIT CUP
FRESH ORANGE JUICE CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVERS


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appreciation dinner held oh
Wednesday night, the parish will
enter Christmastide with the
choir rendering a program of
carols from the porch of the
church 10 to 10:30 tonight.
At the midnight choral Eu-
charist, after the rites of blessing
the Christmas creche, the re-
cently confirmed candidates will
make their first communion. An.
other celebration nis slated for 9
a.m. Chrlstanis day.
lestrians in The choral communion Sunday
PP q d and morning- I -7T will be In obser-
4-*quipped. vance of.the feast of St. Stephen.
tbrmiaeen At the church school bssoloz 10
' at onoi. aJm.,. an exchange of gift. will
S f Bob take place among the pupils.
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manufacturer, said the gift cover.
has a4dAld -taening in thii
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COMMERCIAL &
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a ggties t for P r~pe

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS


for the Garden Lover
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Aluminum Lawn Chairs

.GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Central Ave. 279
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liwaH Jewelry
Central Ave. U5
Neot to Bazar Espaaol


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be was seduled
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*..' 1th troops alons
l Christmas Day hi
mail at the 14t M#/


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at various unite along
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CAA S ALDO
Cmibl Ave. 14
VARMLCIAo L BATUlRO
No. S Letery Plm
IFARMACIA LOMBARDO
yu*rt of July Ave.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrelt 4-der
Drive. Call Colen 800, SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A.
OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT:-1952 Cad-
iliac hard top coupe. Hydramotic,
radio. 2-tone, good condition. $2,-
600 at AGENCIES COSMOS, Phone
2-4721 Panama.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super Rw-
iera, with radio and heater, gray
color, very good condition and good
white sidewall tires. One owner.
Price $850 Call Corozol 2193 dur-
ing duty hours, and Fort Clayton
2186 after 1630 hours.
FOR SALE:-'50 Cadillac sedon, com-
pletely new Interior, new tail pipe,
new tune-up. New lo*er price. Call
Cristobal 3-2573.
FOR SAtE:-1948 Chevrolet conver-
tible, radio arid heater. Leaving
Isthmus, must sell. And reasonable
offer. Call Baboa 2-4248.


PERSONALS
GIVE YOUR PRE-TEEN OR TEEN-
AGER A BALLROOM DANCE
COURSE FOR XMAS. 18-V/2 Hour
lessons for ONLY $10.00 with
dance book FREE. Registration will
start Jan. 8th at 2 'p.m. Balboa
YMCA & 4 p. m. Panama Hotel
studio. A MERRY XMAS AND A
HAPPY NEW YEAR. HARNITT &S
DUNN.


Solon Feels Morale

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Sen..A Mie Monroeany

S5onro~tame eber of the Sen-
ate vilO vice Committee, told
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be '"Met to .h&is ideas
g" de, Of.O. Jo too D.SC,
lveW chairman the Com-
mittee, e the new Con r e s s






On Treason C(harps


LAWTON, Okla.M Dec. 24 (UP)
- The Army told Maj. AtabroM
Nagent today tb be ready by
stand courtmartial trial Ja 11
on charges of tmaton and'ool-
a boration with the enemy while
prisoner In Korea.
NuSent's attorney. Arthur Ca-
anagh, said the ArAms trial
eousel notified him tO be ready
for trial at nearby Ft. Sll.
Nugent 44, former Merr,
Wis., Naioal Onuardsman, was
naImed in IS specifications by
the Army HOt. 12.
The. 6 eafictionl said the
hruyfl* areer officer commilt-
Mtd re.alable offenses and lisat-
ed uas violations: "offering Intel-
ligence to the enemy; impeding
ebape of fellow prisoners; per-
Mltttnc use of hie photo and all-
natun on turrmde r eflete and
a*lWbortUen with the enemy."
tUtim t d =E and
said i trTl would vindicate







WA OwTroM, Doee. 4 (UP)
The government granted 610.-
37689 to various medical rq-
msarh Institutes today to help
tVM Se the health of the nM-


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MISCELLANEOUS
GENERAL NOTICE: -The Cunmdu
iSwimming Pool Association wishes
everyone a Merry Christmas and
reminds you of the Finest Fair of
Fifty-five, Jan. 14-23.
FOR SALE
MleelbMneum
FOR SALE;-Pure-bred 1OXIR PUPS.
A.K.C. registered, 19 thamplons in
pedigree. Seven weeks old. Will
hold till Xmo. Call Panamo 3-5371
or see them at LA CIOZA. 5007
Juan DiZ Road, near entrance to
Old Panama.
FOR SALE:-The popular "Castille
del Oro" Coffee Shop. corner of Vib
EspeiA facing Hotel El Panoma.
Reasonable price for ash sale. Tel.
2-1011 or 2-2411.
FOR SALE:-Grand piano Knabe. Call
Cristobal 3-2573.


FOR SALE:-Reo power lawn nower
$75. PLOMERIA DE ARIAS, "I"
Street No. 26. Phone 2-4450.
FOR SALE: -Uktfele $4; beutiful
metal table, chrome trimmed $12;
bedroom metpl chair $3. ,H.uls
754-8, olboa Rooad. Phaw 2406
Bolboa.


WANTED:--One winter coat for child
ten to eleven years. Phone 3-0322.
LESSONS


NEW Balfroom dance classes will start
Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Balboa
YMCA for pre-teens & Teenagers
ONLY. Call morning Balboa 2-
4239, after 4 p.m. Panama 3-1660,
Suite 11. HARNETT & DUNN,.
LARcheCha Ch C *Mambo a Tom-
bari o Gnrdcho Boleros t Run-
be Samba Feox Trot Waltz .*
Jitterbug & Chorfeston. Studio tP
Poanom Hotel SuitelI t.I Hurs 4
to 9 .m. MARNTT & DUNN.


FORk SALE 'T
ReEotam i
FOR SALA: -bedroom chalet, all
. modem rn-facj$es, Including _one.,
; $1,00M $5000 down. $100 pr
'sn* :Phone. Las. Cumbrea 2022,
". eBox 829 Balboa.

Aim) en Club

lpOeses XuiS

Cher To Orphans
Aunt Ellen Club-spn
Christmasn chee to the imate
of the Bay Vocational bo of
Panama 16.t 8unday event' by
tendering them a treat in the
yard of thei coew.


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Gramlch's, Sonm ClOes ich Cot-
taoga. Modern convenlincM, mod-
m rome. Phone QGemboo 6-441
FOSTER'S COTTAGS Ua mle peast
Santa Clr. Low res. PhIme
Balboo 2- e.6.
WILUAMS' Sa.o CIaw B. ch ot-
t o. rcer, fgrlemtlen two-
b em ph@e Bab"B 3050.
PhiNps. Oeei eutelge Sunts
Claem a@ 415, lM. Phone
Perwne .l77Cralbel 3-1673.
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FOR RENT


FOR RENT: UFUNISMID Or
COMPLETELY tFUO SHED, Irrm.st
exclusive residentlel distrist: FOUR-
BEDptRM marnam, suitable for
two' couples, business executive or
diplomat with discriminating taste.
For mort dtalb se Mr. Fabrege in
back of Mrcado. V^co, Calla ~9
Est. No 18, betwIn 10 a.m.


IRK I IN :--/-g room upum, q".,
screened. 56 Porres Avenue, $65;
furnished $80 Phanrs 2-2316 or
3-0234; key Apartmnmt 6.
FOR AENT:-Apordmt- iftabitfor
two couple Js, 515. See.n-
Itot a NO. 6. 4th J t Ave.
kings. Phone BolbOda . .


FORRENT:- Purnish4 paotmwnt,
very Dl, I1 bedroom, 'iving rb om.
kitdhn. bathT 75 vd $65. Phone
3-1E48, -
rwNT -- 2-bedroom apatment,
hot.Woqwteri k"ilthservice. Ave.
Cub N.-.Phonp 3-3329, 2-
/ I fumihed apart-
fma ifcif hierth Amrer-
fBi e r f transporto-


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WORKING COUPLE, rM children or
pets desireS-cOtiorn quarters. Co-
nal Zkep. brlinnlng Jon. 1. Phone
Alh"Wi2fOir Gamboa 6438.

TroA Paint (Co.

Ofe Lowest Bid

To PaM PC Honmes


SA htit .dinner L d 'l 'he Tropical Paint Company
I r e n ts o A; a with an offer of approZimately
dis nuts. $e0,000 wsm apaerl t low Mbiddel
lOa nthe. dOiner. Ofti Clsonmn f f 1 bIschedules for the
table, Few rhl 'exterior, Iterior and mainten-
auner, a~~'~r ar ie a ng of 377 panama
e Oft td Canal q ters and a large num-
h t(K t "tW S J 441b of -a Canal public
th were not iee' ul In cludn the Cristo-
time 6 the year, i lin e
S the effort of at w en ton dorw t r* t ores Locks.
lte er Other Ow bidders for the exte-
Dr. Joseph 0. er, a Vis riar tIeo Cpainting werel
Itr, also spoke to the boys en a C. IAth an offer of $15,
SRor ofe e the 13 schedules
104a ,Hril ouwer, whOSe bid
FOr the put fia year1 Aunt of ar low for the work
Ulen Club, .wh wal fomuned lt f w large number of
by MiM Me itoirm- an ?dIquartersinO-
stpelall t m oizdleat Wgrk, Ranbow City,
has been donatltn e mer aap. q m. niad Mdl.
I .,.. ...
MIa lm et of #S*OrfMe e uahi work, which is one
with A-party. .o W. xtenaive malnten-
ancgSfloijO l evtr offered for
DoThy Fe kt ? l the Panama canal
SThey e ? ompn, totaled $117,m9.
In addition to the Panama
CRAMPAIGML m- (UP)-UnI- Canal quarters, Panama Canal
versity ofet n"ooS veuroarins public buildings slated to receive
have anouAeed the diaeveqY that a new coat of paint during the
farm animals eft |et i MiAbmd, ng dry season are the Cris-
tohal Tdrnval Building, the
The veterinarians sid U ani- general Storehouse in BDO,
al eat ortab jwi their ll buildingsa at the Anoon Ga-
hair aer eeike raMe, work buildings at Miraflo-
patece8s become med. e Lock, work shops at OSm-
They aid farmers d boa and dro Wuil. Serve
They said ofarn m euM kee centers At Marrpgarita and Oatun
thewr livesoek wy trea ack .ad warehouses and lumber
plauts a aso d ter aad ofeir sheds at Mout HO and New
= thCat a eonI Cristobal
diRdm known as trifiedids; also__________
from sh Bloaosom ]iwo es St.,
wta rtraps andekWhet. Seeks $106,650

t- a at Damages; Was
Hurt By Elephant
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eomerva new?
Place S gIa .on top and
all four prdbloms wIN
be ived.
For prices and information
please call
Pannm 2-2212 er 2433L
or you eft vielt'uts
FA~C" '" **M


OUVELND, Ohio. Dec. 24
S-A damage uit of 10,-
5 was fled Ifral gourt to-
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FOR SALM

FOR SALE.-Wetinghou refrigera-
tor, 25-cycle. 9-ft., practically new
$200. House 538, Ancon. Phone
2-1686.


New Books


"In the cause of peace; seven
years With the United Nations,"
the account by the former UN
Secretary General Trygve Lie of
his work with the international
organization, heads the list of
books released this week for cir-
culation by the Canal Zone Li-
brary.
As the first Seeretiry General
of the ltnited Nations he occu-
pied one of the most responsible
posts in the world. In this hu-
man and candid account, Mr.
Lie tells how he andjd the
task which, was as challenging
as it was formidable.
SWriting out Of his special
knowledge, Lie places in clear
perspective the experience of the
crucial first seven years of the
United Natons history. He also
makes clear the precedent-mak-
ing role he himself played.
The complete lipt of .-books
placed In circulation this week
follows:
Won-fiction: The Holy W3ible In
brief; the KIng James text; In
the 1euse of peace: seven years
with the lninled Nations, AGe;
Secrets of Charm, Powers; Have
fun With your children, Nor-
wich; American paintings: the
li01ht at distant skies, 1760-18S,.
Ffexner: 103 lyrics. selected
with an introduction and comrn-
mentarS by Pred Lounsbery.
Porter; Representative Ameri-
can speeches... 1B53-1954, Baird;
Oreat river: the Rio Orande In
North American history. Hot-
Ban; and MacArthur, 1941-1951,
Wllloughby.
Fiction: One white star. Car-
roll:' No tears for Christmas,
MUiller: Tell her it's murder. Rell-
lv: Roanoke renegade, Tracv;
Julietta, VIlmnorin:. and Death
and the sky above. Winterton.
Added to the Reference Col-
lection: Who's who In American
education: and South American
handbook.
Children's o o k s: Peiunia
takes a trip; Duvolain, Nana, the
parlor boarder. King: Home is
where heat. is, Pace;: Journey
cake, ho). Sawyer: Mystery Of
the black diamonds. Whitney:
and Little town on the prairie,
Wlldner.


Children's Books: New Edl.
tions and Replacements: Why
the chimes rang, Alden; The
wizard t O. Baum: Adventures
of a Bro'wie, Cralk; Manners
cirl'be fu, Leaf; and Bird's
Christmas Carol, Wigg n.


Modem Fruit Cake
Takes No More
Work Than Others
LOS ANGELES - vessloe of the holiday fruit aske .i
just as tasty as the old-time prod.
uct, but not nearly so back-break-
ng to make.
Fruit makes are English In origin
and aie "a lot of fruit, a little
cake." The original recipes failed
or raise currants, orange peel.
lahad ps eapple, citron, and
pound. These meant several hours
of chopping and mixing.
Now, the raisins, date, currants,
almonts. walnuts and other addi'
LthO come chopled, and in some
cases already nmied. One company
hat added the flour and ether in.
trhdients so that all the home.
maker need so is add liquid and
bake.
To keep thr cakes moist if they
are to be held fog several dave ot
weel befor serving, the Califor
nia o0 Is Rsesrch Tnttte, um.
easts they be "basted" with sher.
rv or brandy f nm timne I timte.
The eakts Iould be stoed in a
covered jar or dish.
Meden cokl have- found that
tetur and fever are tter it
the cakes are saller-the one-t
three-noaod sie. To meyI. slie
thm thin. Fruit cake is delicious
wt ebheete and coffee: with aft.
ernoon tea or hot ehosolate.

Prepare Prowerly
For Xmas Feast
NEW TORS -(UP).- Give ta.
are_ a _rA dBiag up beEne
Christmas and help to prevent the
lat molte ruso If your lirm t
dam& cl0b ba eWa folded ai
last Chrismas, It may need a
sick ia rt-n 140 degree we-
low It 'sm u degree. if
lemi. Tattfae china adR vy
ai Yay aeeg a quick w*s
ow

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TomoMrrw, Saturday, Deo@.
8:00--sign on--The Alarm
Clock Club (request -
# lease phone before 1:00)
7:3-The oyful Hour
8:30-A Chfd This Day Is Bor
al 15-The Ior Of fTeJuggler
Of Our Lady
9:30-Mr. lekwi Ik Christmas
9:50-Chratmas Bells
10:00-News
10:05--Off The Record (requests
-please phone before
11:00-New
11:0--Off The Record (oont'd)
11:30-ChurrLtas Mooe By The
Parali Jalier Glee Club
12:00-Carea
12:30-Martln Block's Christmas
Special
1:00-A Chrktsma VariJety
Bdambex
3:00-Christmas Mudse By The
US Army Bend
3:15--Freddy Martin Show
3:30-Carsoe By The Panama
Methodist Jr. Cgetr
4:00-The Day They Gave Ba-
bles Away
4:30-What's Your Favorite
requesta please phone
before 4:00)
:00--Chriltma Gunest Star
:15-BLUBM RPAON SPORTS
REVIEW
:1--4Or Ti Torn
.7.0. -M*OZ ORGAN 1LO.
7:15-,The Greatest Of Tbeee
7:30-Report From The USA
8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PENT-
HOUSE PARTY 4Sea-
grams V.O.)
83 O-Varlety Ahoy
9:00-Your Hit Parade
9:30--Ray's A Laugh
10:00-Music From Hotel XI
Panama
10:3-Ray's A Laugh
11:00-The Owl's Nest
30 a.m. c. 26-Sign off


Panama Line


Sailings.

Sen. Andrew J. eOhoee, of
KAnsas; Sea. Herman WMec, of
Idaho and their wk *, ho ar-
rived bete th wee* aboard tlhe
s8 Panama *f the Panasa Line
from New York are a g the.
51 pae.Mvsri M.hedulo4 to mal
from CrUkl FtiqSy afternoon
at 3 o'clock =bu the Panama
for weYork .
nw. Omge A. Smathe of
WMa.J"f nine united WtWe
congropMel and their fanitr'
bo sre Tv .* aulling onr, te
They are 3 trees 0. Do-
aDo. Dor Paul A.
r L, H BM
Sadder, Benr 0. Talle and
Hmtdld *i. VeMe.
OUthen Mluwld on the ad-
Val" Samlis Est are: 4
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afternoon, mn day ahead- n
schedule in order t a.ri. In
New York tIwo 4y bs d of the
New Years h y.



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DRAVOSBURG, Pa., Dee.. fkflingg"
(UP' --A Army detehment re- seconds I
leved -weary volunteer reactors 750 feet.'
today in dragging. the Megahela There
River for the bodies of 10 pers ore t- the
who died when their day- "Can't
chartered airliner crashed in t dtc t."
the icy waters Wededay night. Those
The victims were ine soldfres "oran.
and the civilian pi, who a r' Coilot
ently gave hia if an effo5 to "said el
rescue some of the tmen strug- len for
gling in the col d river after he the.crash
"dilted" the plahe M lah o
Fourteen other ,Gs and the re. te all
maiatg four members of the i*t .t
five-man civilian crew survived _' e
and were reported In fair condition '
at McKeesport Hopital. Walkers
A10 12least Ide
A group of 12 soiders arrived ,90nke
at the sene today just as the ,Alom
bodies of two GI were taken gul'.
from the icy waters and removed lug ae
to Allegheny County morgue at inL .
nearby Pittsburgh where Identity "2"4 1
wi be established. nd ver
The bodies of the pilot and an Dnyhomel
other soldier wvee red lat-v en l""I
er. Clairton,
The first victims wre recovered Ctaireo
shortly past noon-about 16 hours lated wo
after they boarded the DC3 at when he
Newark, N.J., as part of a group ofeug,
f 23 soldiers who laughed and the p
shouted in anticipation of Christ- Pastore
mas at home after a tour ofEu- thPoe
ropean duty. the survi
The ane was e route to the erahied
West Coast where most o *he vie- i
times lived.
Federal investigators arrived at rS W
the scene to determine whether Graner,'
th ne fell because it ran out him to
of gas as it approacbd Allegheny person to
County Airport shortly after 11 'oe f
p.m. that Poe
According to R. C. Woodward, but plunil
New York area chief of the air waters to
carrier safety division of the Civil Poe wAS
Aeronautics Administration, t h e Capt.I
plane took en 170 gallons of gas Army re
at Newark. He said he had no re. Poe for
cords ndecating a fuel supply &l- plane.
ready was aboard 4he plane. "whe
Tie first lndicati9p of disaster Ilion to I
was" radioed St 106 by civilian v=n say
pl w A. Pe. Seattle, tc think in
t' R Allegheny airport tow- made th
shame b
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later he rai "I'm at
was a bVeW Saience bie-
radio rtackled&again.
make it. .-. goig to
were Poe's last words to
Robert Walker, Seattle,
warned the passengers to
rard in their seats when
Seemed imminent. He
after the plane hit the
the occupants crawled
he wings.
t man out of the plane,
aid he didn't have "the
a of what happened.'
thing wel- wrong, he
don't know what.'
credited Poe with mak-
_eabtful dtching ob' in
he plane to the river
ting smashing Into near-
Pastore, 40, of nearby
was the first rescuer. He
was driving along an iso-
oded spot neari the river
saw a flashlight blinking.
a from Ihe Irvin plant
.S5. tee nt lined
e said he saw some of
vors drift to shore. Oth-
4 to swim, but they y
nke het t added.
s t vor to e a c h
s St.' auiiddlehe, 21
Wish.ewI,0 said POe told
et help. He was the last
o see the pilot.
the survivors believed
swat to shore safely
gad back Into the frigid
o help another passenger.
not seen again.
K. E. Smith, directing
ascue operations, prasoed
his decision to ditch the
you have a quick deci-
make-.ee you make it
a prayer," he said. "I
this instance the pilot
e right decision. It is a
e died. I think he is to
mended.'


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North's jump to four spades in
today' hand was a bit unusual
because of the ba M di
tion. Such a jump u prom.
Ises a singleton or a void,our or
more trumps, and a count of no
moae than 9 points in high cards.
Perhaps there is f better way to
describe this jump to game. Ya
havd about the same playing
strength that you would need -for
a forcing raise of three spades,
but you have too little strength in
high cards for the double raise.
a this case North had no great
distributional strength, but his
jump to four spades turned out
very welL at, who. could have
made four clubs, was shut out cf
the bidding; and South succeeded
in making his game contract by
fine play.
West opened the jack of hearts,
and declarer resisted the tempta-
tion to put up dummy'sj queen. In.
stead he played a low beart from
the dummy and won with the ace
In his own hand.
Scuth next led a lotr trump to
dummy's nine, ruffed a club with
a high trump, led a low trump to
uniy' f, an'ruffed dummy's
S5t a Agar tib4 Qout
kthe cubs, h c diford to
Icad the ine of aoond and let
ft ride for a finesse.
Sdoth didn't expect this finesse
to win, .of course, but he knew
that East would be unable to make
4. damaging return.
East won with the ten of dia-
Inonds and had a choice of three
useless returns:
If East returned a diamond,
dummy would get a free finesse;
f East returned a heart, dummy's
queen would make a trick; and if
East returned a club, South could
ruff while dummy discarded a
heart. In any ease the contract
could not be defeated.
South would have been defeat-
ed if he had played the queen of
hearts from the dummy at the
first trik. EastLwould have cover.
ed wftr the king and th* quenof
hearts Would sno s oger, b a threat
n an emnd play.
Note also that South had to ruff
out daumm's euba since
. mad t i ale for Ea tto-r
turn a elub ab when he was
gives a diam nd trck.

AsuhlrI To Cut

Itals tl ay

hxfad to Feb.
TWAS atrWO, Dec. sM (UP)
T- hse interstate Commerce
Combission today extended un-
U].Feb. 15 ita authorization to
tailroads to reduce rates on
ahipignts of hay to drought-hit
areas Ip 18 states.
The rate reduction autboritJ
had been scheduled to eNptrE
Dec. q1. It ,was extended atre-
queqt of the Apieultura Depart-
anent
Southern railroads earlier this
week turned down the depart-


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HOLLYWOOD--(NSA) Exclu-
sively Yours: Ruth Ettig's scrap-1
bk is .yellowed with 30 year o
age. Her oar Twents career
as a singer and er newspaper
headlines a the omes tale
when h jealous husband, Marty
"The 114p" Snyder, shot her p1-
ant I AAlder an, are na nem-
ber only by a few.
But nt forgotten are the ballads
Ruth made famous "My Blue
Heaven." "Ten Cenits a Dafce,'
."Lwe Me- or Leave Me" and "I
Cried for You.'
And now Roths career, her
headlines and her songs are the
basis ot an MGM flnusieal, "Love


to Alder-
ves in CliM


'h-fj MGs checks landed the
Naias of il three on releases per-
mlttilg their screen portrayals in
the 'a Vidor directed film.
'!ee wilt. be no attempt toe iml
tatotIftaee lee or maaneuhea
t te fnl w.-h Doris admittlg,
e. v .evea met her.
DORIS S AS puzzled as. I am
over her nomination, alg with
Marilyn Monrce, for the annual
"nios uncooperative actress Sour
Apple awa aof the Hollywood
press dolls.
I As effervescent in the conversa-
tion department as I've always
found her, she said medics nixed
interviews and publicity bijinkh
during her year's illness "and I
guess the girls pouted instead of
believing my doctors.
I 3laA the same press dells
netoaasted Doris as the most coop.
erative feminine star of the year.
It's almostt sure that Glenn Ford
will co. ar in "Antonia with
Cclumblts new glamor doll, Kiin
Novak. Interesting because he was
in te original. "Antonia is a re-
make of 'Glide. .
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Signs of Hollywood: In the Scan-
dia restaurant bar:
"Work is the ruin of the drakhug
clauseu.
In a studio executives office:
"Blessed are they who ren
around in eirCles for Ley shall be
lknow as wheels.
"DIAMOND LIL the play that
mp'de Mae West millions on stage
and screen, may become an opera


without her if .t1he "come up and Horror double bill worth mlss-
see me sometime" gal bm s lag: "thr Killer" and "Bloed
through ca current pi. Sucker."
A sensation at asVegas bn her -
second go aud at e Sahar Mike. Connolly's definition of a
Hotel me te word habeen: "o b wh's passe
that he bi r has been made evea on tevsid."
to convert her brainchild for the
upper crust.
-With a Steat musical soore aid Howard Hughes has set Jan. 20
a singer with a tremendous voiet,' for the underwater preview of
she says, "'Diamond L' can be Jane Russell's "Underwater" in
successful without me." Silver Springs, Fla.
Mae about rumors that TV spon-
sors are afrakd to take a chance "Je e s, my aqua lngs,
with her now that she's a night please."
club hit:
"I don't shock! I Just eucle and Marilyn Monhoe will star in a
stialate. I wea'0 e6ndm sayhedy movie titled, "How to Be Very,
la the Illvr weomm. I can adapt Very Popular."
,myself to TV." (
t As the met popular box.offlce
Bob Mitchum's wordage about a0 thesl days, s cold Rave
unshackling studio contract chains written the script, too.
and becoming a free-lance: "I
have to be careful about the pic-
tures I. accept. There's a lot o in-
fluence around Hollywood. .People
con you into bad pictures with big
money. I'm not in the class f |
Cary Grant and Fred MacMurray, P AN I
who can afford to wait for the
great scripts. They invested their
money in something beside whis-
ky."


SHORT TAKES: Vie Selxan, the
U. S. tennis champ, is eying a
movie career with a Hollywood
agent already whipping up inter-
est. . .Victor Moore and Billy
Gaxton, stars of many Broadway
hits, are teaming up for an inva-
sion of nigt clubs. . Ann Soth-
ern is forming a film company to
flar herself in a couple of movies.
The first will be made next sum-
mer when she completes her cur-
rent telefilm series.
Cary Grant, a TV holdout until
now, is talking a big home-screen
deal with a prospective sponsor.


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By GAY PAULEY as .061 of an inch in thickness for WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UP) canal Zonlans were on the
B GA ^ -the folded wings, which are seven _- Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wis- giving end of Christmas, in more
iW YORK--(UP) The Rock- feet long. The wires are worked consin made it clear today he ways than one. Several -of the
efldler Center Christmas decora- so intricately the result is like fili- wants to play on President Ei- schools had "adopted", orphan-
ti .which each year attract gree. Various thicknesses of wire senhower's team even if his col- age s or institutions to which
thmands of sightseers, have a up to % of an inch were used league, Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, Cnristmas gifts were sent and
hedvenly new look this year. ,for other parts of the figures. doesn't. over 400 gifts were distributed to
Aiwoman who sculptures angels, Idea CameFromCarol Wiley praised Mr. Eisenhower children in Panama by the Ca-
of malleable wire is responsible.' Aluminum wire, with an inter- and predicted his reelection- in nal Zone Junior Red Cross.
Valerie Clarebout's angels stand I lacing of brass, forms the body of 1956 in a statement released
rh eight to 13 feet in heght, 'the angels, gowned in flowing robe some thrbe weeks after McCar- Personnel of the Civil Affairs
*eiSh about 75 pounds each. and effect. Their heads are of, brass thy broke with the Eisenhower Bureau headquarters forwdnt
1r10of brass, copper and alum-, wire, curled so the angels actually administration, their annual Christmas party
uint wire rather than gossamer look as if they are wearing long Wileys statement was address- and turned the funds they would
white fiber. These must hbe sturdy bobs. Their halos are of brass tub- ed to Wisconsin OOP leaders and have spent for the party over to
or they will decorate the prom-ling; so are their, accessories- was billed as "the first of a series the Junior Red Cross.
enaca in the Center and the front trumpets, lutes, lyres and cym- of special reports." It did not
of Saks Fifth Avenue department bals. menuon Mcuariny. One of the most moving of
stqe, and be subject to the earth- "I got the idea from that line itn o acknowledge "impor the Christmas presentations
ly rtmrds of cold. rain, snow and in the carol, 'cf angels bending tant dierences" witn the UP was that which took place
ird near the earth, to touch their out saia tnere is. no spat wmcn Wednesday at the little town
fest June, the center and the harps of gold,'" said the sculp- cannot be sealedd by men 01 of Quipo on Gatun Lake.
stoWi which overlooks its prome-'tress.
tade colpmssioned the 46-year- iHer tools were her hands and a goon wil who really have the The seven U.S. rate policemen
olp-Englsh-born artist to create pair of pliers. Her hands show the intiesLas of tne party at heart.' t the Canal Zone's Lake Patrol
One i, the few artist! who work; gel, net counting the extra work licans aLree on a great number uting monthly for the affair; a
w t' wire, it was the first time For the wing. of issues and that donation was also received from
s iehad taken on such p big or-i don't have a whole finger- ost important of all, withthe Cristobal Branch of the Ca-
der although she had done enor- nail left," she said. "My arms are some exceptions, we agree Ofnnal Zone Police Association.
inol baas reliefs in plaster. a mass of scratches up to my el- support or one cuef executive ao
Started In Summer ,bows.' our country, DwIgnt D. tasen- They recruited Dr. 1. E. Beck-
Miss Clarebout rented an old But she is proud of the results. nower. We are confident that ley from Madi Dairy to go along
wafehouse on the west side of -I got so fond of the angels I history will judge him to be owas m Santa Claus, all 6 feet fourth
Manhattan, began singing Christ- hated to see thw a leave, the ware-. of the greatest presidents who and 240 pounds of him-. Since he
;ai carols in mid-summer, and house.' she and. "I was getting has ever occupied tLe White grew up in Mexico, he speaks
ade to work. used to the celestial atmosphere of House." i.,"nt Spanish and delighted the
Tweileof thepangels, three di- llace."
cweive ofa the angels, three di- th On Dec. 7, McCarthy charged i slters of the little town
enaional and holding aloft brassith the administration with follow- ..h is about four hours by
rpesA e feet longa ,e e adig nId rng a soft policy toward Corn- launch from Gatun. He took a-
Center promenade Leading toward er alsmunist China and toward Com- long as helpers his two daugh-
ar f feature of the holiday decora regu- munts within the U n I t e d terms, 10 and 8, and it was a toss-
lar feature of the holiday decor eing States. He said he was "mis- up who was more pleased, the
t ns. o tna taken" in 1952 campaign soeech- young Beckleys Or the children
e other 1n tw o dim the nsiona re s in support of Mr. Esenhwer. of Qupo.
an ovfor tyahestort, tsre ah e u rcaToday Wiley credited the
I e d on a frieze t32 feet highest President with "statesmanlike Each of the boys received
an76 feet long. The background ouslitles of judgment, patient, ball and some marbles, a corn-
j ia ht blu.e ad2 sar BONN, Germany, Dec 24 (UP) Hempon sense and vision." He OtIn book and- some pencils;
S dig the and ,000 rs Chancellr Konrad Aden ue ialdMr. Eisenhower "has re- the girls got sewing kits, comn-
Mss arebout studied a int summoned his advisors to an: lentlessly battled against corn- osit on books and pencils; ev-
andM sculpture at the Royal Acad emergency conference today as munism at home and abroad" erybody had candy and every-
eo. ei Art in London and the soon as he was informed of the and has "refused to be drawn body had ice cream, some of
Jub Astudio In Paris. t French National Assembly's sud- into quarrels of personalities." them for the first time In their'
u I always wanted tosettle den preliminary rejection of He also applauded the pres- lives. It was a merry pre-Christ-
in the UnitedStates," she West German Rearmament. dent for avoiding "extremes" imas for everybody concerned.
S it, an interview. "Two years The news of French vote and described him as "one of
agdg made It the second rejection in tou America's greatest assets in the Holiday greetings were extend-
Lsulptrea used wire as fine inonths exploded the Christ- vital effort for world peace," d by Gov. J. 8. Seybold to eam-
te s mas Eve gaiety of West Ger- N iloyes of the Company-G6vern-
many's capital. r 'l ent, to the Armed Forces to
-e o Hauxillary agencies in the CanalC
Government leaders still pin- :;one and to "our friends andh
ned hope for joining the West- neighbors e in t e public of
ern defense partnership on next Panama."
week's confidence votes in Pa-GunI IU l
ris ad the possibility that un- In his annual message, the
Spredil tae Pfench lawmakers Governor expressed his appre-
might reverse themselves. TO' IeManonor exprssd and e-
But these officials said they HACKENSACK, N.Y.. Dec. 24;ii2 n for the- odty'any oef-
foresaw a--meje-edrle develop-- UP) Police held four men ernment employer.-"-
i one in .the,. ole ag of them a Florida gunman.
MEo -Id be- %W.10 Mir. - "
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Christian Democratic flh ; .warn
-t night formally nie tqnpS told poltitlf n
members for refuse been hired ?or the9 Msl r
party's support of rear- Ray White, S8U port aget
moment. ,','- TmPP d and a content:r Tar-
The expelled parlliarmmtttyde- Hail's -yekr lob M a c- *4
parties are Mario BeW andgo retary-trehnurr of tha union. .
Bartesaghi, both elected the TamnMtlrities fimmedt'
north Italian district tm r iedi
didriVtrict r Krre te and held h i -
dr5Var8se. '? n o1te at the reanest
members, headed bs erg-ofttllte. Wht-e
Democratic secret tLrd knowledge of thi
Fanfani, decided blot. Tamna 'holire ald. :
the expulsion. rCobb. pn er-convict. wat Asr
The decision reduced Premier rested yveatmtrAv as he nrenrcre'd
Mario Scelba's technical majort- tN',p h,,.h patl At ebt. in tw i4p
E)--Kwon =Kwang y in the Chamber of .'Deputies ,k T.^, f,., ...n l.. I.., 1
-Swboy thKa trom 16 to 12. Hewever. on many h, .,...,h a ,,',^t 1.-.'.a ^. 1
,'. i f r votes recently, ~deua baa.been a
'V tas getting the su. Monarh- frdn Florida for the day- '
.ts. and the. ,"t deputin .
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RECOVER THREE BODIES Wreckage of the fuselage of the
ill-fated Italian Airlines. plane that crashed with f persona
aboard is raised from the waters of Jamaica Bay, New York City.
The-bodies of three persons were covered from the.wreckage.and
it is believed that,14 other bodies are still entombed in remaiingb
wreckage.

Oceanless Utah Navy Depot

Is One Of World's Largest
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By MURRAY M. MOLER
CLEARFIELD, UTAH (UP)
Catalogues of the nation's largest
mail order firms list about 100.000
different items.
Officers and civilian workers at
the Clearfield Naval Supply Depot
say the mail order houses are pik-
ers.
The 68 buildings of the depot, one
of the largest in the world, contain
nearly twice that many different
types of merchandise and parts
thereof that are used by the Navy-.
n ship'sI parts alone, Clearfield
stocks 130,000 different items, each
carefully catalogued and ware -
houses so it can be put into service
on a few hours' 'notice.
Rear Adm. G. W. Bauern-
schmidt, depot commander, re-
ports that the estimated capital in-
vestment, of the entire U.S.Navy
is about $68, billion. About 20 bil-
lions, be said, are in the 'floating"
Navy in the form of warships, car-
riers, small boats and auxiliaries.
Of the "shore"'.i vesLment, Clear-
field alone-in its buildings and in-
ventories--is valued at nearly a
billion.


the Pacific fleet wtih its needs-
from a multi-ton ship propeller to
a needle and thread.
"Advance.Base Functional Com.
ponents," package units already
made up for immediate use, are
prepared at Clearfield for. ship-
ment on order. One component is a
complete advance supply depot -its
'bins already stocked .and its ma-
chines ready for prompt use. This
"package," actually scores of
crates, occupied 17 bays, each em-
bracing 400 square feet, in a ware-
house. Another "component" is a
one-crate cobbler shop.-
n recent years, including those
of the Korean conflict, duties of
the sprawling Utah depot-its 68
major buildings average three
acres of roofed space each-have
been expanded to include aircraft
supply work.
Some of the warehouses also con-
tain' Civil Defense emergency sup-
plies. Others shelter General Srv-
ics Administration strategic ma-
terials "s toak "notably" rubber
which is being held against the day
that foreign supplies are again cut


Bauernschmidt said Cleartield's -Another major current .Intion
location 700 miles from an ocean is disposing of. surplus stocks!
was the reason it had grown so --over-supplies or obsolete mate-,
rapidly since itwas created ia tLi riasl-4rom' aUl ni Army,. Navy
jarly 1940's, duHing the World War and Air Force installations in Utah.
U buildup, and expanded since. He Bauernsehmidt said that in 1953,
predicted it would 'continue to the surplus unit sold through bids
grow, both in size and inventory, or "site sales" stocks that cost the
Because of the curvature of the government $42,000,000 new.
Pacific coastUie Clearfield is This yea c e.p pram has been
about equi-dial W ifr i- Portlead, thet lfora the Korean
Ore., San FraNftfs and Los An- 'roll-back," ani 5iuring the first 10
eles tnd about the same distance months of 1954, Clearfield sold
rom Seattle as it is from San more than 148,000,000 (initial
Diego. cost), worth of s"ur~lus supplies.
"None of these ports is more The depot currently has a civil-
than 14 hours, away by train," ian payroR,-o. .-roupd. 3,200' men,
Bauernschmidt said, "and obvious- and women, far under its peak .of
ly less by cargo plane. At the World War 11 and the Korean fight
same time, the distance and sur- ing. Only- military personnel on
rounding mountains would deter a duty are a comparatively fez Navy
potential enemy attack." supervisory imdaidministrative of-
Clearfield Naval Supply Depot Is ficers and Marine security guard.
located only a few miles from the -
Air Force supply and repair center I 0 Hurry
and also the home of combat air- -
craft equipped for both defensive TELEPHONE, $ex. -(UP)-Cit.
and offensive action. An Air Na- jzeas of this community have been
tional Guard jet fighter base is at without telephone service since an
Salt Lake City, .20 miles to -the ice storm -wreeki power lines -is
south. 1950. 'Southwesteft Bell Telephone
During World' War II, Clearfield Co. officials report that service
was entirely devoted to supplying probably will be restored by 1955.


'Z]w htbre In-the snow-covered
ast;' the warming trend was ex-
pected to bring a rapid thaw.
New York City had a forecast
of fair and colder for Christmas,
while Los Angeles expected a
"bathing suit'- holiday with
temperatures in the mid-70s.
-Prospects for good driving
conditions raised hopes traffic
deaths can be helM down oyet
the Christmas holiday, usually


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Railroads, too, were crwding
on extra sections and sa: they
expected a "banner" holly.
Santa Fe was moving. at least
15 spcal trains, many f them
hauling hundreds of Slltry
feorrsonnel on Christa fur-
oush. The lne "o win dfl pah
three special trains Sunday car-
rying 900 Ohio State students
and fans to Calfornia. for the
Rose.Bowl game. : .
The Pennsylvania ..Railroad
said it would add a total of 700
special trains throughout Its
vast system .for the -holidays.


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coin Hospital fok treatwnt fog
exposure. Warmed. pp. pL
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pth n hise. 4amer ah Is
oNtO l-. g(.P)t -prAn
Aieranid hr le to wtp Wheso#h
was a omnufit at bo geo Wea.s
under Brtih*dps tod to
leave Brtain withi ur 4s
or be deporMted. -
The brunette, Mrs. Jean But-
ler, 30. said the British Home 01-
fice refused to explain. She
blamed the order on "preu41
from 'America In the MoCathy
tram;lon." ; I
SR, Niwb -ht, lnater of
lt -. ,,,,.

An American embassy sapokes-
man said, "we are ,unfamiliar
with this 'cMse. America had
nothnl% to do with the deporta:-
Uon OiM 9.1"


organizer who also says he Is an
ex-communist.
Both said they are now mem-
bers of the British labor 'party,
"We willW carry in Demnark In
six weeks after Jean' dlvorae
decree granted day before yes-
terday conmes- final." Jenkiau
sal w$J) then b.&me a
British f. and we shall
come ba gland."
4 .

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WAVHmoGTQN, Dec. 24 (UPm
American officials said today
that the reported section of,
Noel and Berts feld to Coin*
munist Hungary came a& n& s$ur
prime. '


Previously, there had- be 4
doubts epresse that the CO01
would reurn to the west.
A Hungarl a ; gopernme
communique -Alde fView 11
ed for political a i n
gary and their request "aase
granted."


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ed by the Hu,
agency (MTI) at


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world tour. atw ar
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On Ch' tqas afternoon. thR
Queen ltop to the 1tdy ii
make hber ja'w broadest;udOy-
erwise the children will share
full attention; u.
verywt fms ready. The two
it-e t- .naur. uto on- th'e
Seodgha- stUte stand lighted
before St. Paul's Cathedral,
The hudred-weight bag of c l
has beenm sent Iby the Quen to ev.


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mos beat dowI a mile-long malt adtheir 't ft
1t6th of an outer dike a Hor g ales andtMItrlsed
jaud's Gcere Island. It eqt In- iii2 ao
h .nre ,of1 wa, so c nam AnM ari-
tdd ,.,. holding up a room section at her
Tbe heaving r ased tmporaob




Panama Open Golf Prog pam,

Gets Under Way With Clinkic
The 1Omaittee in charge ou ma& Ooronel J. A. Rem6n will ot.
the 1 6 PanamA Open olf tour* ftally open the Tournament ldr
Mn ,' today released the fol. professIonals. 1
program of events hic 30 .m.-Diner and dane-
starts with the golf clinic oi ge Bell a Vita Salon stop
Wednesday, Jan. 12, and eni 1 Hotel El Panama.
with a dance Sunday night, Jaa friday, snary M 14
iot the Hon1 l f o t .8:30 a.m.-Amatmur Play.
lre the carnival ite for 1: 0 p.m.-Professilonal Play.
1958 will be elected. 7:30 p.M.-Panama's 'Profes-
The $7500, 72-hole tournamentonal League Basebal at Olym-
will feature the strongest field l Leadi e Baseball at Olyum.
ever to gather for a golf tourna- atrday, January 15
ment in L ati n America. The Semi-Finals of Golf Open.
winning professional will receive 30a.m.-Aateur Play.
$2000 while the 15 low amateurs 130 p.m8:3 Plaay
will receive sterling silver prizes., Bands a 1
The program i as follows0: Fina t
Wednesday. January : a.Mi8 .la
4 p.m.--Colt Clintic. : pm., lay.
Featuring Paul an andAl 8 Aar ali nyAardg ofPri
star of the Open. at ocktal Dance at Golf Club.
M.C.-Jimmte Thompson. 8:00 p.m.-D ance to Elect
5:30 p- tlDQcta 4 l & PtyQ p.of Carnival at Hotel El
sponsored by fat'L. DstlUSers a ti tf .
Golf Club. .
i8 WeSetGerman
8:30 aRm .It AI.
I:$o p.m.-President Pns- erm an


fur the'chid
has beole
neWspqpers,
old.


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"Noel IL Yield H.his yfle
Herta A. Meld,
en asked for po
to tle government the
garian Peoples Republic.
government has grated
asylum." -
The State Department sa"lI. t
had not received offiltal ropqfle
of the Fields' action in request.
ing and receiving alum In thf
nation which had imprisoned
them for five yeqa 'id -ten
released them. reore, "the
Department declined comment
However, officials said private
ly the United -tates wil s tudy
all information available oB-the
defection and .then doaede wht
If any action the U.. govera-
ment should taka .
It could ask Huiog.wy
I, for a report on* "

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S treat ,-hdn pof H o ar a o.nu.,
Atllearnt 84 Stmourn I'
l night witdd oru t sending t he
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str tatfWandeaat tMhlpng. he 1
d her mteasrs rain aO heintly survive0n
e ai A the worst od b ddan ere r ur r
Dokiwed fo then police rd stYarma afl 4
u., ih, d,.... igh depasled at 10 o'clock..Ia
a '-twithout sending the .hraw
ow Jote nT 3 Ih river Yare out of i Btsalia.
Weakened Hdl;a held but ere
i the biw workers evacuated w ePnJUMl as
K.fi,.1k tM~qa safes measure. .Eo
-..te+B i Des downtohetwn Rneteaa, .th

S-itore thf.Iai.o nd p er a ar t of the e e.ft _
1b.. 0,.. di n oadpAtleast whoshmps were sunk
or foundering at- so...- The 10
.Sale"V Ot ew men oft..the missing Belgian
the r -.C sta-mer Henri Deweert were glv-
msj l ens as dead, t n "probably. i
lMto. IW! "sailors Idrow)'d& when a
b0 tlde. lifeboat of -the Danish ship Gera.-+
ta Capsized.
torel' As the storm battered turope
asWae' sounded In parts of
e'tp-nd Holla n..Troops were

a......' d the


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Austria ai


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Everybody goes to church for
S .... a, morning serve.
Dinner ed ,ortly aftei, 11
'dirtms dinner Atowo tohe
tradiomA. menu of tomato Epp,
lowed-' b roast turkey, pta-
tooes andm pt .
Then the che.i his white hat
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PARIS, Dec. 24 (UP) French
deputies rejected German rear-
mament. y at a preliminary
test the National Assem-
bly bu proved bills on Inter-
hatla g the s a a r and
grani mans sovereignty.
The at g upset decison
a lt Oman rearmament by
Pthn e sae4 duties who killed the
paTnJEeense Community
ogy faa'. months ago forced
Prmler teSre Mendes-France
to stake b* government on a
metal confidence vote
meeu~ buffed ail article
~whi l."ptut 500,000 armed
Western European
` enn < hby a 280 to 259
on fist of three raifi-
ft recess in the all-
-the deputies then.
recommending
qfw M the Saar
b lil mg the occu-
rb "VRV


un g'rmany sov-'
...et the Saar artiele
sa e rH The a sovereign-
ht oened by a 380 to
A third agreement which
would permit Allied troops to re-
main in Germany at the Ger-
mans' request was approved Iy
a show of end.
"ut doxsement of the
aer ar wselgnty recommen-
datlons was overclouded by the
unexpected defeat of the article
aal~1w reAlmament of West
Geo a gds admitting .it to
' If a more to reverse the As-
sembly's action and save W.E.U.,
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afternoon on these issues:
1-West German entry into the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion (NATO) and rearmament.
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rmn p lrtlclpatio n in NATO.
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aon WB.IU.
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