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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]
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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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FIVE CENT
THE MAIL GOES THROUGHVeteran letter carrier Charles
Schuch covers his ears as he heads back\into the General
Post Office In New York for his ear muffs Vt the start of a
cold day of delivering Christmas mail. With wast of the na-
Uon.!ntne grlPi * a cold wave- the temperature dropped to
13.9 in New York arid was expected to go even lower.
#**'#
10 Dead,Thousands Fleeing
As Floods Hit Western U.1
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 23 (UP)
Soaring tlood waters ra v a g e d
parts of California, Oregon and Ne-
vada today.
Ten persons were known dead.
At least 15,000 were reported
homeless., Others were prepared
to flee as the storm-fed rivers and
streams threatened low-lying resi-
dential districts.
Damage was estimated at $10,-
00000 and increasing.
At least five towns were inun-
dated. Two were reported.comple-
tely wrecked. Sections in scores
of other cohamunrtaM were under
with four deaths in Spain and
one in Norway. Only, in the'far
south, in Sicily, and in Norway
and Iceland were there prospects
of continued snowfalls.
The first all out bustard o the
winter hit Reykjavik, the capital
of Iceland last nigth, isolating the
city from surrounding settlements
and halting air traffic at the Unit-
ed States air force base at Kflav-
Snowdrifts ea roads leading Ja-
to Reykjavik were blocked and
tail
Bethlehem Pilgrimage Starts
CZ Survey
Shows Low
TB Incidence
Results to date of the exten-
sive chest X-ray survey program
being conducted by the Panama^
Canal Co. Canal Zone govern-
ment- among local-rate em-
ployes and tneir dependente on
the Pacific side were announced
this week by Gov. J..S. Seybold
during the regular conferenoe
with representatives of Local-
Rate Civic Councils.
Of a total of 6,207 employes
given chest X-rays since April
1954, only 169 were reported as
suspicious tuoerculois cases and
of the total of 1,040 dependents
given best X-rays, only 17 were
reported as suspicious cases.
Seyboid pointed ont that
the survey so far shows an
extremely low incidence rate,
especially in view of the fact
that IB of the supicions cases
among employes and five a-
aaeng the dependents were
previously known tuberculosis
patients.
Included among civic ques-
tions brought up ding the con-
ference' was the announcement
that a street repair program
would He. started in Paraso dur-
ing January to improve certain
streets which have been report-
ed in poor condition; and that
the drain and Intake which
cross Paraso Road south of
Building 204 would be replaced
with a new six-foot by four-foot
concrete culvert during the
coming dry season.
persons floating a debris to-
ward the sea. lie business sec-
tiea of Beao, Nev., wss flooded
by the swiWy-riateg Truck** riv-
Gov. Goodwin J K n i g h t de-
clared a state of emergency in the
stricken California counties.
A residential area oi 10,000 po-
pulation just south of Marysvule,
Calif., was being evscuated as a
levee on the featber river began to
break up, Residents were being
taken to Camp Beale where the
Air force was feeding all possible.
Meanwhile King Winter loosed
his grip on Western Europe and
raised hopes that perhsps it won't
be s totally wait* Christmas af-
ter all.
From Scandinavia to Moro eco
weathermen reported- rising tem-
perautres and melting a snows,
though the death toll rose
delivered last week to Ve . S ?*r,.,l?,et9t,,c P0"**}}*' V"
air Forced 23rd Rescue Squad-
ron at Keflavik made its first sor-
tie yesterday to locate an Iceland-
inig fishing vessel which sprung s
leak in a heavy gale off the south
coast.
to 61
Albrook Airman
Injured On Taboga
An airman assigned to Al-
brook Air Force Base and at-
tached to the Taboga Island
Relay Station was injured yes-
terday morning while In per-
formance of his duties at the
Island.
Receiving a broken wrist and
severe lacerations of the left
hand was A/1C G. W. Singer of
the 1978th AACS Squadron, Al-
brook.
A 43-foot crash rescue boat
from i the Air 3rd Crash Boat
Rescue Flight at Rodman Naval
Station, was dispatched to Ta-
boga to pick up the injured air-
man. It took 30 minutes from
the rescue boat departed the is-
land untn It docked at Balboa's
Pier 17, An ambulance from Al-
brook was standing by to dis-
patch the airman to Gorgas
HosDltal for medical treatment
by Boat aster T/Sgt. 8. C. Lewis,
ate A/lC J. V. Jordan, Engineer
S/Sgt. S. R. Binble, and A-2C
J. W. Matthews, medical tech-
nician.
Isolated American Sector
Faces East German Squeeze
5 Queen Finalists
Picked By Policemen
Beverly Crawford, Ptria
Ann Foster, Jo Ann Sorrell, Di-
nV Carla Staples, and Angela
Valentine were selected as final-
ists in the eliminations held last
night at the Balboa Theater
for the contest P;*ored by the
Pacific branch of the Canai
Zone Polk Association. The
contestante appeared flxst in
bathing suite and then In eve-
nine dress.
Capt. B- A, Darden, Col. Louis
Trevathan, Cnedr. A C. Better,
Leonard Brockman and Harry
Townsend served as Judges in
the competition and will also be
offlcialjudges in the counting
f votes to determine the name
of the Queen,
The name* of these young la-
dies will appear on the stub of
the silver bidge-) which will be available for pur-
chase from Canal Zone police-
men on the Pacific aide at ihe
price of $1 after the first of the
year.
By marking the name of tnetr
choice and turning the stub in
to the seller, purchasers will
participate In the selection for
queen of the 18th annual ball
and will be entitled to a chance
SiM^M^^^/J*^ C^mmunFst permission.
coffee sendee; second, silver
service for 15. in Duncan Phyfe
coffee table;1 third, silver service
for 8, in modernistic coffee ta-
ble; and fourth, a weekend for
two at El Panama.
The young lady receiving the
most votes, as shown on the
ticket tabs, win receive a wrist
watch, an evening dress inihave tightened
which to r-ansMe i ?> ^U m Steinstueckca.
March ana other valuable prlz- j it was feared the tightened grip
es. The rena/"'ng might be s sign the CommuniU
wiU also receive prises as her are planning to take over the
attendants. hamlet again. They tried once ba-
the Installation of electric fans
in the Paraso Commissary dur-
ing heavy shopping days; the
erection of a caution sign at
the approach to Thatcher Fer-
ry; the proposed construction of
a 210-foot cyclone type fence,
tour feet In height at the edge
of a deep drainage ditch at the
Paraso playground; the erec-
tion of three concrete type
benches in the rear of the Pa-
raso Civic Center; and the con-
struction of a concrete walk
from the Paraso Playground
Grandstand to Chirlqul Street.
It was stated that because
of the steady decline of pa-
tients the La Boca Aid Sta-
tical will be closed Feb. 15 an*
after that date patients will
be served by the Balboa Aid
Station or the Oat-Patient
Clinic at Gorgas Hospital
Following a request that the
La Boca Lodge Hall be made a-
vailable for community meet-
ings and recreational activities,
It was announced that under
certain conditions and sched-
ules furnished the La Boca Civic
Council, the hall could be ob-
tained at a charge of $1.50 per
meeting.
It was .also announced that
RETURNS TO CAPITALPresident Eisenhower stoops as he
walks under the wing of his small plane after his arrival in
Washington from his Gettysburg, Pa., farm. The President
and Mrs. Elsenhower, who motored from Gettysburg, are
spending Christmas at the White House.
IKE TO PLAY SANTA
FOR GRANDCHILDREN
WASHINGTON. Dee. (UP)
bbbbbbbbbV* Eisenhower will
to tare* of .ala fear
la Hi mil Hnean
"believe in Santa Claus?'* Mrs.
Eisenhower said they did. If Da-
vid doesn't, she added with a grin,
n he cersainly puts on s good
v show.
the part. But
he will act it with delight as *
youngsters David, 7, Barbara
Anne, 6, and Susan, 3Crowd
around him for their gifts beneath the big hall downstairs and see
The rescue boat was manned (.the decrease in both patronage
and revenue would make It nec-
essary to place the La Boca
Theater on a three-day a week
operation schedule beginning
Feb. 1, 1956.
BERLIN, Dec. 23 (UP) A
handful of American Sector
residents today faced possible
swallowing by East German Com
m uniste.
If their roofs leak, they may net
call a West Berlin repairman. If
their homes catch fire. West Ber-
lin firemen may not come to their
aid.
If their relatives wish to visit
them over Christmas they need
The American Sector r o s I-
donti, MS ef thorn, live* In the
hamlet of Stamttuockon, a tiny
West Berlin enclave In the So-
viet Zone of Germany. The en-
clave ie one mile from the A-
morican Sector district of Zeh-
leaderi to which H belongs.
Since East Germanv became
"sovereign'* the Communists
their grip around
fore as 1951 but were blocked by
stiff American protests to the So-
viet*.
But new the East Germans as-
sert they are sovereign and they
might try it again.
The Americans asked the Soviets
to make East Germans lift the re-
strictions on the hamlet, but the
Soviets refused.
Woe* Berliner who wWl to
visit ISelnaSwaakeW need C o m-
munhw permits stood n lest
Berlin.
Communist police her the
3sot Berlin fire caiaitiiiasii and
set Berlin repairman from the
hamlet.
The Americans asked the So-
viets to lift the restrictions in a
talk at Soviet headquarters ee-
treen Charles Owsley, State De-
partment political advisor here,
end Colonel I. A. Kotsiuba. Ber
lin's deputy Soviet commandant.
It was thought the American;*
new might make a formal pro-
test to the Soviets.
a tall Christinas tree.
His fourth grandchild, Mary
Jean, won't get to tee festivities.
She will remain in the hospital
where ah* was born Wednesday
afternoon. But her mother, Mrs.
John Elsenhower, will be able to
loin the family for a couple of
hours, possibly for Christmas din-
ner.
In other ways, the holidsy at
the White House will follow s pat-
tern similar to that in millions of
homes across the nation.
There will be carol singing ea
Christmas eve, stockings hung
from a fireplace for the grand-
children and a tarkey dinner with
all the trimmings. The place al-
ready fa decorated like a holi-
day post ward.
Other members of the family
will be there, too. Mrs. Eisenhow.
er's mother. Mrs. John S. Doud,
arrived Wednesday from Denver.
The First Lady's sister, Mrs. Gor-
don Moore, and her husband and
four children will drop in for
Christmas dinner.
These details about the White
House Christmas were given to
women reporters yester day by
Mrs. Eisenhower. She tsked with
them in the White House after re-
turning from a hospital visit to
her new grandchild.
First she described the new
baby. She said Mary Jean "leeks
like an Eisenhower" and is "just
as cate as cam be.''
#She said the parents picked the
name Mary Jean because "they
hist liked the name." Mary >
Barbara's sister's name, and Jeaa
is Barbara's middle name.
Turning to Christmas plans, she
said the President will distribute
presents from beneath a tree in
the second floor living room. But
the grandchildren also will hsve
gifts sround a tree on the third
floor in case their curiosity gets
the best of them too early.
"David got up at three o clock
last year,5 Mrs. Eisenhower
said.
And do the three grandchildren
The grandchildren will be sur-
rounded by Christmas trees at the
White House. They can stand in
Santa Claus,
El Nio Dios
Rule CZ
Santa Claus and El Nino Dios,
who jointly rule the Spirit of
Christmas on the Isthmus, were
foremost in the minds of the thou-
sands of Canal Zone school chil-
dren, who attended their last class
es before the Christmas holidays
this afternoon.
At the same time, all govern-
ment offices in the Canal Zone
closed and all employes with the
exception of those necessary for
the actual operation of the Canal,
went to the usual office parties,
exchanged gifts with fellow em-
ployes and went home for a three-
day Christmas week-end.
In most all Canal Zone homes
and on most of the public build-
ings, Christmas decorations and
lights have been blazing for the
East week and Christmas music
as been heard daily over the
loud speakers in the lobby of the
Balboa Theater.
Some of the most colorful and
interesting mass displays of
Christmas decorations are those
(irovided by the residents of O-
esnder Place in Balboa, which
this time of the year turns into
Santa Claus Lane? and by the
residents of Oteque Street in Pa-
raise who this year created Lolly-
pop Lane.
The Paraso display, one ef
the fin over created in a local-
rat worn, Is mainly the work
of H. Smart and Robert Pate,
two Administration Building em-
ployes who made figures of San-
ta Claus, angels and snowmen
out ef plywood, set them up in
the yards ef the seven houses
Machineguns
And Tear Gas
Quit For Xmas
JERUSALEM, Dec. 23 (UP) Hundreds of Christmas
pilgrims trod the holy road to Bethlehem today through
villages where three days ago Arab Legionnaires put down
a bloody riot with machineguns and tear gas.
The Christmas pilgrimage to the little town where
Christ was born had begun.
And despite the presence of armed legionnaires alert
for the possible re-occurence of rioting, it took the same
form as it has for the last 1954 years.
Anti-government demonstrations by Jordanians an-
gered at their country's threatened adherence to the
Baghdad pact almost sealed off Bethlehem last week.
But today the pilgrims streamed through Jerusalem's
historie Mandelbaum gate almost without let or hin-
drance.
Syria Is preparing en urgent
"summit" conference of Arab
states to win Jordan away from
British financial control, In-
formed sources reported today.
The conference would work
out a proposed Arab grant of
$22.400,000 to Jordantt Jordan
agrees to reject a yearly British
grant of the same amount, tne
sources said.
The nove appeared designed
violation of the principles of the
charter."
6. Order Israel tar pay "ade-
quate compensation" for the loss
of Syrian Ufe and property in
the Galilee attack.
Israeli Ambassador Abba S.
Eban retorted that tt was de-
plorable that Syria should stll
Be a member ef the U.N.
"seven years after trying to
destroy a neighboring
lesttne war.
six glittering trees at one glance.
The largest is a towering 18-foot
spruce trimmed in lsyers on tinsel
in the east ballroom. Banks of
poinsettias and holly boughs fill
each of the formsl rooms snd five
lumps of mistletoe hsng from the
huge ceiling light fixture in the
root hall.
The carol singing on Christmas
eve will be in the family living
torn. Mrs. Eisenhower likely will
accompany the singing on her or-
gan there.
Tockelbook' Quarrel
Ends In $5 Fines
For Canal Zone Pair
A husband and wife's quarrel
ever a pocketbook landed them
both before the Balboa Magis-
trate today on a charge of dis-
turbing the peace by fighting.
After fining Elvira McNabb,
SI and her 40-year-old spouse,
James, $10 each, the judge learn-
ed that It would take the couDle
some time to raise the t>0 be-
cause they were "broke due to
ehrlstmas."
The couple, who have fre-
quently appeared before the no-
uce because of family squabbles,
told the magistrate they had
eight children, and buying pres-
ents for the entire family had
lift them "emoty."
In true Christmas spirit. Judge
John B. Demlng reduced the fine
to $5 each. "Surely you can raise
$10." he sdded.
McNabb, an American em-
ploye of the Navy, and At wife
were returning home from a
party shortly after midnight.
A policeman spotted their car
on GalUard Bighwav near the
Diablo crossing parked in the
right hand lane, and obstruct-
ing traffic.
A closer check bv oolice re-
realed that Mrs. McNabb who Is
lea than five feet tall, was
standing outside of the cr.
pounding on the window. She
satrl her husband, a six-footer,
Welted her oat of the car fol-
low*ne an argument over a
pocketbook abe left at the party
and wanted to return for. He
refused to go back because It
wss eetrln* late. ,
Mrs McNabb was screaming
and usina- abusive language, the
police said. Ftaelrv the couple
was teken into the station and
booked on the charge of dle-
turhlng the peace.
The pocketbook still haant
be*n recovered.
McNabb said In court today,
Tt do-^t even have any mon-
y ln> if
during.
As in other years, the personnel
of both the Atlantic and Pacific
Locks have put up special deocra-
tions.
At Gatun, the personnel of esch
ship will get s Christmas greeting
card from the men working on the
locks during the weeks proceeding
snd following Christmas dsy. Dur-
ing the same period, Christmas
carols sre being played over
loudspeakers from near the locks
walls.
Christmas music concerts
wore held this week by most of
the Canal Zone schools with pro-
grams held by the younger chil-
dren in the elementary school
buildings er In the school
grounds.
Both the Balboa and the Cristo-
bal High School orchestras and
choruses gsve Christmas music
programs during the week snd
both were recorded by the Armed
Forces Network for broadcast o-
ver the week end.
Several of the Canal Zone
schools adopted orphanages or in-
ttitutions to which were sent
Christmas gifts and foodstuffs dis-
tributed by the Junior Bed Cross.
More then 200 toys msde in the
C Z. penitentisry workshop were
distributed this week in Panama
and the Canal Zone by the offi-
cial penitentiary Santa Claus.
Parties and family dinner are
being planned by most families in
theCanal Zone and from the hea-
vy demand reported by the Canal
Zone commisssries, most people
wiU have turkey with aU tie
trimmings.
Turkey end all the trimmings
alto will be served to the In-
motos ef the Canal Zone Peni-
tentiary en Christmas day.
The Christmas dinner menu will
include rice and chicken soup, tur-
key and dressing, mashed pota-
toes, gravy, candied sweet pota-
toes, eole slsw, peas, creamed
corn, rolls, chocoUte lsyer cake,
mince pie, apple pie, Ice cream,
fresh fruit, sssorted nuts and
candy.
Each of the men also will re-
ceive a package of cigarettes and
a cigar and in case anyone is
still hungry at supper time, there
will be sssorted cold cuts, turkey
salad, cheese, baked beans, bread
and butter, canned plums and ice
tea.
Whole Of Problem
DUNALLFJY. Tasmania. Dee. 23
(UP)More than 300 dead whales
were piled up on s beach near
here after throwing themselves a-
shore despite the efforts of fish-
ermen to tow them out to sea.
Fishermen risked death from
tie thrashing in deep water. But
each time me whales, measuring
from seven \ 25 feet long, swam
hack onto
Syrian president Shukrt Kb-
watly. Presidential palace sourc-
es said, is prepared to extend an
Invitation for a "summit" con-
ference on the proposal to King
Saud Ibn Abd al Zlz of Saudi
Arabia, young King Hussein ol
Jordan and Premier Gama! Ab-
del Nasser.
Meanwhile the United Nations
Security council today began a
Christmas recess with hope that
nothing happens to disrupt the
holidays In the Holy Land.
Council president Sir Leslie
Knox Munroe called on Israel
and her Arab neighbors to ob-
serve the Christmas season by
refraining from hostilities.
He delivered the Injunction
yesterday after Svria formally
demanded Israel's expulsion
from the United Nations, and
Israel retorted that Syria "does
not deserve to belong" to the
world organization.
Their charges centered about
an Israeli attack Dec. 11 on Sy-
rian outposts on the Biblical Sea
of Galilee, which Israel con-
tends was a reprisal for Syrian
guns opening fire on Israeli
fishing boats the night before.
Syrian Ambassador A b med
Shukalry presented a resolution
calling for the council to take
six steps:
1. Condemn Israel for the Ga-
lilee attack.
2. Decide that it violated the
council's 1948 ceasefire order,
the Palestine armistice agree-
ment and Israel's U.N. charter
obligations.
3. Find Israel guilty of ag-
gression.
4. Vote economic sanctions a-
galnst Israel, thus cutting off
her financial aid from abroad.
5. Expel Israel for "persistent
artajn
lizatlon," Eban said,
"which has a lesser right to
discuss the charter obligations
of Israel or any other member.
"Shukalry, In my opinion, dis-
graces his membership. A state
which will not acknowledge the
right of its neighbor to its very
statehood does not deserve t*
belong to this organization."
Eban argued that under the
Palestine general armistice a-
greement, the demarcation line
between Israel and Palestine lay
east of the Sea of Galilee and
Included 10 meters of shoreline,
which he said was Israeli terri-
tory.
In this strip, Eban said, Syria
established gun positions which
fired on Israeli fishing boats
and brought the retaliatory ac-
tion of Dec. ll.
Tonight's Carols
At Balboa YMCA
Start At 7:30
A special Christmas program
will be held at the Balboa
Y.M.CA.-USO at 7:30 p.m.
It will be a community Carol
Sing, the song leader being Art
Zylstra. Bill Herzog will be at
the piano.
An Instrumental ensemble, a
ladies trio and vocal solos will
be features of the program.
The audience will join In sing.
ing traditional Christmas carols.
Christmas Carol books will be
distributed to the audience.
The public Is invited.
Ufe Normal In Asuncion As Regime
Nips Threatening Crisis In Military
ASUNCION, Paraguay, Dec. 23
(UP) Present Alfredo Strcess-
ner's 19-month-old regime appears
today to have mastered s milita-
ry crisis.
Life in Asuncion was normal,
despite some tension resulting
from a 'military crisis" at the
nearby Campo Grande Army
base. The crisis had no effect on
International travel.
Aa official epmmnnieae late
last aigat seed that al army
aits have prwclaimea tneir lo-
yalty to guapean, aad that
"calm preveis throngbeat the
eeaatry." v
Unofficial sources said M a j.
Gen. Virgilio Candis has been re-
lieved as commander of the 1st
Cavalry Division at Campo Gran-
de and replaced by Maj. Gen.
Marcial Samaniego, who has been
serving as public works minister.
Some 1st Cavslry unite mutinied
Tuesday night when Strosaner or-
dered the arrest of Epifanio Mn-
dez Fleitas. president of the Cen-
tral Bank, as sn anti-government
plotter.
Stroessner, ss commander St
chief of the armed forces, broad-
cast s communique to the nation
yesterday saying there Is no
cause for alarm.
"The crisis . .is now ea the j
way to a satisfactory solution,"
he said. "It has set altered the
harsaeay and adeisliniHag ex-
isting between the government...
aad the armed forces. .
"The usual activities of the peo-
ple were not Interrupted for one
moment.''
The Peron regime In Argentina
exerted extensive influence on Pa-
raguay prior to its fall In last
.September's revolution. Peroa
made Asuncion the first step a*
|his flight into exile.


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-you are aaklng him a favor and become, very nsulUve If the
sackaxe belong to your on on any on Ue of you family
^ I axree^lth the uggestlon bf putting the Initial, on Uie card
,r go back to the former year, of putting the cuatom aectara-
ti ta? Another suggestion, is that the clerk should be remov-
gpfi-i and givn a Job where he haant any oantact with the public.
Another clerk that ahould be Jacked up 1 at tht> stamp win-
r-^km. Thi smart aloe hasn't got a postal rat* chit.for the pub-
^^ta to see but dare you ask him how much la a letter ijini
be aadvwwlU certainly get thi. answer "Refutar Price." This
3* doC't 1k^ow thathis government u trying and>PgW
money to how the world how a real American act., Remember
a country 1. know by it people.
_ Local sate No. 2
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WATER ANO TB3NGS
r I was very glad to read the good ^gned Help Thii Poor
Man because f have been vexed for some time with thi aame
WOr6omebody told m* whoever gets their TV set up first goto the
best pr^rarns. That's not fair for the people who have to buy
fc tline; unless the quality of program and ptetura reception
Improve, with each payment. That means people like me won t
get to see even a funy picture for long time. _
If we needs nta antenna to get better stations and pro-
rain., like Help The Poor Man ay. can't wehave one big one
roreverybody to plug Into? Maybe like telephone work. Then
StTftTpWl.i won't drain all the *gzgJ"M
to e the good program while we haa to watch the ones they
leave. Maybe a blg/nagnet Is beat.
But then Sunday' paper showed u Ue big tower for collect-
ing some microwave. Dae that mean they will take all the lit-
tle waves too and we with mall antenna can only watch and
listen to static?
My friend ask me questions that I can't answer like will
we have to nay duty on the proframs we bring In on our sel
from otee? countries and will the picture, have panlah and
f^Wtthail the obstacle. I don't see how TV can be Importod
here so .ooh.
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By VICTOR R IE SIL
All the holly wreathe of our Ra-
tion cannot cover the pockmarks
on our prosperity. All the sweet
caroling cannot keep some of us
from hearing the soft crying of
womenend menwho live and
try to find work in the depressed
area which scsr the country.
Last we forget them this gsy
season, when more Americans are
working for more money than ever
before, let me report that over
2,500,000 persons will make their
Christmas dinner from govern-
ment handout of surplus food.
We grow fat on record wages
but we may overlook the fact that
there are holes in the toes of
many stockings which will hang
by the chimneys in our well-heeled
nation.
These 2,500,000 people living on
government distributed butter,
cheeie, dry milk, dry beans and
rice await the new year in 35
state* with eagerne only because
they heer that pork products, iard
and other foods may be distribu
ed to them in '58.
But many ,of these good poo
file know that '58 will bring them
ittle elseunless politics takes a
short holiday and all men of all
prties Who make our law peer
into these pockmark and lend a
helping law or two. For there ara
those who never will work again
ia the depressed areas unless Con-
gress revamps their countryside.
There are the miners, for exam-
ple. Over 155,000 of them, all able-
bodied, may never again find Job.
in the pit*. These men cannot
leave their home(or despite the
bitterness of having to ave an
their womenfolk's occaiional work
from nearby milla, tha cosldig
fen don't dare chance losing even
thi meager source of income by
heading for strange cities.
Like the miner, there ara thou-
sands of miH hands and skilled
workers in depression pocket
cross the land who will never find
job in industries where they live.
New work must be brought to
them.
Both major parties have come
up with proposals for economic
medication to wipe out the pocket
of depression midst our preoper-
From Dr. Arthur Burn, head of
President Eisenhower's Council of
Economic Adviser and from Illi-
nois Sen. Paul Douglas come al-
most similar solutions.
A John Lewis said recently:
"The unemployed are not inter-
ested in whether the Republican
administration. .assume it re-
sponsibility under the Employment
Act or whether the Democratic
majority in Congres takes the
ball and run with it. The prob-
lem 1 there; if real and it mut
be acted upon one way or the
other."
Both Dr. Burn and
gla call for a Depn
Administration under
dent. Sen. Dougla ha a bOI which
would give the new egency 8300,
000 to help finance an action pro
gram. Local cituena' group n
well as private and public mory
lending agencie would Join Ir n-
nancirtg Contruction of planti and
"commercial facilitiea" to rtiract
new buataeaa to tricken arena.
Whenever the governmeat.need-
ed auppltas, It would be obligated
to procure then materials and
service, if possible, in the de-
1 preeaed area where men nd their
fsmilies are hungr: in the n
^The^Dept- ef Agriculture would
'be authorised \j process its; sur-
iplu foods so that the edibles
would be more suitable for home
, useand the government would
ptaTthe cot of getting the ur
pluses from the firmer to the
warehouaea and op to the table
of the needy. ..
There la much more to thee
propoeala. But why bel.bor It.
.KT.re able-bodied men who
want to work. There millea
who need food and clothing. And
there re method, money and
food for easing the he.rt.ches of
thoe among ua who see a joyous
p7i.porou ntion but h.ve so lit-
tie reason themaelve for gsyety.
They would hve cuse for joy
if someone could ure them this
holiday aoaaon tht the propoed
taw will not get lot in the poliu-
eal ahuffle and that prosperity
wtu not be pockmarked with pov-
erty In the coming year.
Retired Pianist
Composes Music
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -OJP)
_ Baron Leopold Louis Oscar
Paul Xavier Marie von Karciag,
whose profession! pino playing
career ended several year ago
when he injured hie hand, la n
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first name ta "Leo, was a child
prodigy in muakeat the age of
Julma toured Etiope nd North
America^anol hi nlayuig d.y
.bruptry ended He nowVe. her
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^rhe Washington
Merry-Go-Round
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'9T. ANSCAR SIX" LEARN THEIR DOWNBEATS-At Si Ansgai Hospital. Moorhead, Minn.,
recently, an sutoharp got together with a piano, a snare drum, violin, guitar and an accordion.
Behind the instrument* were the six Franciscan nuns, pictured ahove with their administrator All;
re bent on learning their music! up ahd down bts It's itrlttlyan uphill battle, but the sisters i
are practicing with inspired determination. Only pianist Sister Brnice is an accomplished muei-'
can The sisters' orchestra will concentrate on "populer songs and hymnsno jjz." says Sister!
Mary Joseph, kdminiitrator They're felting their sights on Christmas. 18S8. for their flrst per-
formance. so this Christmas the sisters' hospital choir will again entertain the patients. "St. Ansgar \
Six" include, le/t to right, front row Sitters Otniha. Germin, Mrcita and Beinice. Back row: \
Sitters Phyllis and Annella In black habit is Sister Mary Juseph. i
Heap Big Scream
By PTER EDS0N
WASHINGTON -{NRAV- When
it come to showdown, tome of
the farmer* who cream tha loud-
est about their present plight may
not be hurt a badly a* they let on.
An example haa Just been
furnished by Fsrmor Jay Boston,
who operate 110 irrigated ecrea
near Hereford, northern Texa.
When the Senete Agriculture
Committee held hearing in Fort
Worth, Farmer Boston grabbed
the headline with a proposition:
If Secretary of Agriculture Eira
Taft Benson would come to TeU,
take over the Boston plsce, run it
under existing sliding scele pnce
supports and show a profit, Boston
would give hi farm to Bemon t
a gift.
A checkup by the Amarillo, Tex.,
Globe-News showed that Boston
was no shiftless operator. He i
recognised a the best farmer ta
his conservation district. 'Several
year ago he won a prise for rac-
ing 70 bushels of wheat to the
acre in an area where 10 bushels
is the average.
Hi gripe now 1 tht under ex-
isting supports on grain sorghums
and a depressed hog market on
which two crop* he haa been spe-
cializing he can't make money
"I'm not denying that I made
money on my place in years past,"
he iay. "But I haven't made any
thi* year."
The new traveled far and wide.
Paul Horn, a Texai-born farmer
who now operates a number of
statement ia that it creates the
impression that the farmers of this
country are,unable to make a liv-
ing without financial help from the
government,"' Horn wrote to Boa-
ton.
"The fct it tht the vst ma-
jority of. farmers ta the United
properties in the Moorhead, Minn., SUtes are neither looking for
area specializing ta vegetables handouts, nor do they expect the
read about H. H Immediately government to guarantee them a
wrote to Boston, offereing to sub- profit," he said,
titute for Secretary Benson, teking \ An inquiry direct to Farmer Horn
as to whether the Texan had re-
plied to bis offer brought back the
reply:
over Jan. 1, 1957.
'"I will take over your farm for
a period of four years," Horn of-
fered. "If et the end of that time
I cannot show a fair average re-
turn on the appraised investment,
I will not only return the property
in a good a condition a it was
received, but I win euro pay you
.a fair cash rental."
Horn attached only one string lo
his offer. He made it conditional
"I have~ not heard from Mr.
Boston to date, and until I do, 1
can pursue the matter no further."
From Farmer Boston the word
is that: "I didn't make a wide
open proposition for anyone who
wanted to take me up on it . .
"Nobody's called my bluff, be-
WASHINGTON- When Leonard
Hall first came to Washington at
the age of 16 be made $50 a month
as bookkeeper for the Potomac
Electric Company. Out ef that he
scraped up enough to pay for
board, room and night school at
Georgetown Univeraity. .
Today, 30 yeara later, as chair-
man of the Republican National
Committee, he isn't paid a cent.
But out of the punctured hopea o
the GOP Following Eisenhower's
i lines, Hall i scraping together
plan for building up a new foun-
dation for hi party.
When Len waa aaked out in Den-
ver before Ike wa taken aick. what
he would do if Eisenhower didn't
run he replied:
"I'll Jump over that bridge when
I cOme to it."
Len has now come to that bridge.
And, instead of Jumping, he's build-
ing. He has plans.
He isn't announcing them
yet, and some of his friends Joke
that the plan, are similar to the
card trick, with which Len enter-
tain, friends in the evening.
In any event; bit chief ace-in-the-
hole i. still Dwight D. Eisenhower,
though privately he i* no longer at
all confident that Ike is going to-
run. He i confident and deter'
mined, hpwever, to recast the Re-
publican Party ta the image of
Eisenhower.
I WILL CALL TUNS
Hall is still trying to move hea-
ven and earthplus Mamieto
persuade Ike to run. But no matter
who runt, he will be playing Len
Hall's aceEisenhower, In other
words, the GOP standard bearer
must weer Ike's imprint, whether
he has hair or not; whether he
smiles or frowns.
This means that in Len Hall's
book conservative candidates like
Sen. Bill Knowland of Caliornia
and Sen. John Bricker of Ohio ere
out.
To the GOP chairman this I
matter of simple arithmetic. For
election ttatittict prove that Ike is
more popular with voters than the
Republican Party. So Han hopes to
give the party the Eisenhower per-
sonality, the same middle-of-the-
road appeal.
niS Oner. n mae ii raaawviMi """""J *.-...- ..., ,.,
on the present administration be-cause the only one who can call
ing continued in office after the ray bluff Is Mr. Benson.
1956 elections. He said he wasn't; From Benson's office the word
interested if the federal govern. I tht no communication has ever
ment wat going to dictate methods been received from Mr. Boston,
of farming nd marketing. | nd tht the secretary had never:
"The diaturbing thing about your even heard of the Texan offer. !
m MIRACLE CORD A PILE DRIVER COULDN'T BREAK-
M NYLON NOW MAKE3 POSSIDLE A NEW AND BETTER
TUBELESS SUPER-CUSHION
To do this, he ha five lurvey
teams out studying local problem,
isiues and candidates. He expects
to hire t let four Madison Ave-
nue advertising sgencies to glamo-
rize the GOP elephent as no other
animal since Elsie the cow. But.
most Important, he want to trans-
fuse young blood. into the party
organization.
A county courthouse politician
himelf, he it rebuilding the prty
t the precinct level. He i re-
tbufling locl leaders, recruiting
volunteer worker,. rekindling en- -v Pthe latter job
thiiataim with a constant stream *" W we tatter joo
ne onlyflULl automatic
xpnaureenatnr.
Jut piwh
resal tM MPt.
Color cfl
onl)
Qnhhnfiiima!
Like Farley. Hell football-player
figure and bald dome shine like
a lighthouse from the center of
any political huddle.
The backfield of H.rls political
team includes ex-Gov. Tom Dewey,
Attorney General Herb Brownell,
and assistant President Sherman
Adams.
Hall keeps in cloae touch with
Dewey, and his appointment was
cleared by Dewey. However, it
wasn't Dewey, but House GOP
leader Joe Martin who flrst sug-
gested HaU for the national chair-
manship.
Hall's most bitter political feud,
incidental^, was with Dewey's
right-hand man, Naau County
Boa J. Russel Sprague. The two
fell out in 1SS0 over a demand by
Long Itland labor czar Bill de
Koning that Hall, then e congress-
man, vote against the Taft-Hart-
ley lw. Sprague tried to pressure
Hall into going along with de Kon-
ing.
Hall refused. Whereupon
Sprague gave undercover support
to de Koning in the 1SS0 campaign
against Hall. It later turnad out
that both Sprague and de Koning
were mixed up ta the Roosevelt
raceway, which later figured ta
the notorious New-York rce-trck
scandal during the latter part of
Dewey' regime.
Caught with race-track t o c k,
Sprague ignominoutlv resigned a
Dewey' national chairman.
HALL'S CAREER
Hell baa been poking Into poli-
tics ever since he settled down
in Oyiter Bay. Long Island, where
he's ttill precinct commltteeman.
In 1927, he was elected to the
New York Aembly./Two year
later he wa drafted by the Repub-
lican organization to run for her-
if. a job he held for the three-
year legal limit.
Back in the State .Legislature In
1934, he led the Republican rebels
against then-speaker Irvine: Ives
who waa finally fordeed to atep
down. Now a U.S. senetor, Ive
holds no grudges.
"Leonard Hall is a man of honor
and ability," Ive* told this column.
"You can always rely on bi
word."
Hall wa running for re-election
to the Legislature when Congress-
man Bob Bacon died in MS. The
Nsau County organization chose
Hall to run for Congrets. Became
of a legal technicalHy, hi nme
ended up on the ballot for both
offices, fie carried on a vigorous
campaign for himsel or Congress
and against himself or the assem-
blyand successfully deeated him-
musas"! wiu ------- --
of politicat pep-up propagaSMs from
party headquarter.
HU's immediate gol i to break
into the big-city Democratic trong
holds. Ultimately he hopes to crack
even the solid south.
All thi, he keeps preaching, wiU
take attractive candidates and
smooth-operating party machinery.
A OOP JIM FABLBY
Len Hall looks and acU likei
Republican Jim Farley. He ha the
tame aavor for politic, the ame
uncanny memory for names, the
same harp politic! jutincts as
the old master who guided Frank
1, Thi riant 70-tea pile driver was.
used to test the strength of
Coedyear's a*w Tripk Tem-
pered NykwCecd.
2. When tha rasa drove
down, tae-steal wbeei
buckled but whan the
tire was carefully exam-
ined, not ana broken
cord was found I This
eir itrength asesas
ixtf safety for you.
In W*hington a a eon|TOmn,
Hall m.de hi reputation a. a be-
hind -the-tcenet operator. Hie politi-
cal attutene* eme to the atten-
tion of Joe Martin, who picked
Hall ta 1047 to rata,money to
elect OOP congremen.
Hit feud with Sprague led Hall
to drop out of Congraaa m 1952
and run or Naaiau Surrogate,
which he won without a campaign.
(He wa too buy cmpalgnmg
for Ike.) Thi new Job turned out
to be so peeeful, Iwer. *
Hall became politically itchy. So
he willingly gave up the tM.ooo-
.year Surrogate' job to plunge
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23,1955
Snake Charmers
Of India Village
Have Strict Code
NEW DELHI (UP) The
charming of snakes is no laughing
business in the little village of
Mithapur, home of the strange and
fabled men whose weird flute
music charms the most dreaded
reptile.
Snake charming la a time-hon-
ored and almost hereditary
profession in Mithapur. 12 miles
geuth of New Delhi. It's there that
snakes are worshipped by the wed-
ding party both before and after
the ceremony. It's there that men
make sacred promises to snakes
and never break them.
Mithapur male are taught as
even-year-olds to search out the
snakes in the thick jungle under-
brush and tame them with the
piercing music of a reed flute.
The 35 families of the village are
members of a Hindu caste known
as "Jogi." They pay homage to an
5-year-old priest who lives, far
away in Punjab, where once a
year snake charmers from all over
India go on pilgrimage to ofer him
coins, flowers and part of their
earnings.
Years of training may .finally
bring to a villager a certificate
from the high priest that allows
"use of the art of snake-charming
for entertainment and to earn a
livelihood." The -severe penalty for
misusing the art is excommunica
tion from the caste.
The caste is so strict that outside
marriages are never permitted.
The head man at Mithapur is
4-year ranges marriages between
snake-charmers of his village and
those in other similar villages
throughout India. .
Although not allowed to Infringe
on another village'a territory, in-
dividual snake charmers are per-
mitted to leave India to practice
their profession in other countries.
They have gone to Burma, Malaya,
Ceylon, Thailand and even Tibet.
Nanu Nath talked about these
strictly enforced codes as be
showed off a six-foot python, sev-
eral small co bra a and a two-
h He^latiSd that the two-headed
snake uses one head for sta months
and then switches to the other one.
Nanu Naths villagers go on tour
during the winter, roaming from
place to piece in Mithapur's tern-
>ry with little more than their
snakes and reed flutes None of to
group has ever traveled by train.
*Nanu Nath claimed that the
snakes can be caught to the jungle
^urt bv playing the flute." But Tie
eSLS/Sttte more than 2,000
snakel around his village were so
SSVthe music thatLthey wouW
not respond. They have t be
captured by hand. .
Once the snake U **>&*
rules of the sect say the charmer
Suit promise the snake that he
WuT set it free within a certain
jKoTof time. The charmer. b*
S toe b or .**
Utions will bite him. They auo
PANAMA AMERICAN AW PTOEPBNPINT DAILY hETyWATKE
PAGE TOM!
First Scientific
Hunting, Fishing
Survey Planned

WASHINGTON (UP) The
first scientific survey of hunting
and fishing as an industry will he
begun Jan. 7, the National Wildlife
Federation haa announced.
The study is designed to find out
how many hunters and fishermen
there are in toe nation, how much
time they devote to the sports, and
how much money they spend in the
activities.
Supervised by the Fish and Wild-
life Service of the U.S. Department
of Interior, the survey will be eon-
ducted by Crossley, S-D Surveys,
Inc., of New York City. Crossley I
will take a nationwide sampling of
outdoor sportsmen and calculate
national estimates from these
figures. ,
In announcing the proposed
study, the federation said the re-
sults are expected to be of "great
strategic importance in defending
wildlife resources against compet-
ing pressures for toe use of lands
and waters."
Conservation groups have waged
an off-and-on battle with the armed
forces over use of wildlife refuge
areas for military purposes,
over Air Force plans to use the
Arkansas range in Texas, winter-
ground of the almost extinct whoop-
ing ground of toe almost extinct
whooping crane, as a practice
bombing area. The Air F o r c e
dropped the idea last October aft-
er heated protests from conserva-
tionists.
Other advantages from the sur-
vey will be a eleiring up of
questions confronting legislators
and conservation agencies
for
years and information for future
programs in game and fish man-
agement, toe federation said.
It is now known that more than
$5,000,000,000 to $11.000,000,000,
licenses are sold in the nation each
year. Many persons, however, are
allowed to hunt or fish WHsM
licenses because of age or spstfl
exemptions that vary in the states
The annual contribution" to the
nation's business by hunting ami
fishing has been estimated at from
. $5,000,000,000 to $11,000,000,0,
toe federation said.
i (<& ^^a. ^ a meiry ye''
Gifts by-the-yard
DACRON in different designs
FAILLE in all colors
Sheets, pillowcases, towels, bedaprotda
in cotton and ilk.
EL BAZAR PANAMEO {
(Texture Center) Central No. 78
feel that toe gods would be dis-
pleased.
Small snakes must be freed in
22 days. Not even the largest snake
is kept for more than six months.
sWhen caught by hand the
snakes are grabbed by.the tall,
their wriggling bodies pinned to
the ground with a stick and then
held just behind toe head.
Nanu Nath claims that nothing
is ever done to the snake, no teeth
pulled, no venom sacs removed.
He said that once a snake Is
caught it becomes tame and
usually does not bite. He has no
explanation why music tomes
them.
But the man who has been
handling snakes all his hl admita
toathe has been bitten "about 20
times."
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LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP)- The
patriotism of four Finnish students
at the University of Kansas has
transformed the "flags of United
Nations" display on the campus to
"flags of the nations."
Punish students protested the
absence of their flag. They argued
with the university administration
that Finland had earned its place
in the community of free nations,
"even though big-power politics
had kept it from UN membership."
Chancellor Franklin D. Murphy
agreed, provided toe students felt
strongly enough to furnish the flag.
Esko Nieminen, one of the stu-
dents, served as spokesman for the
group. They placed the Finnish
flag, a gift from the Finnish-
American society, in toe display on
Dec. 6 in commemoration of Fin-
land's 38th anniversary of libera-
tion from Russia.
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^Jtqrium for the news confer-
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men were two Uttered cardboard
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wire service men walked brisk-
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Making Pink Christmas Trees
CHICAGO (UP) Pink ele-
phants, pink, champagne, pink
mink and new Uve pink Christ-
mas trees. '
The world's largest processed
Christmas tree firm, Halvorson
Trees of Duluth, Minn., this year
is producing pink trees in a big
way for the first time.
"We've processed pink trees be-
fore," said Roy Halvorson. pres-
ident, "but this is the first year
we're mass producing them. Which
means pink trees at popular prices
for the first timer
Halvorson started his business
during the depression. He decided
that the tops of the scrsggly
spruce trees north of Duluth would
make fine small Christmas trees
for dinner tables and small apart-
ments.
For months, Halvorson cut trees
en week ends and brought them
home. He and his wife. Ede, tried
out hundreds of ways to color and
reserve them. At last they hit
on a solution of Water and plant
foods which, when sealed is a me-
tafile tree base, acts as an artifi-
cial sap and keeps the traen fresh
for weeks, even In a wsrm room.
The tree tops are cut and hauled
to the Halvorson factory in tracks.
Then they're treated, colored and
'frosted'' with a special colored
powder in a wind tunnel. Some
20 carloads a day are shipped out
en railroad tracks directly from
the factory during the Christmas
rusk season.
Only the tops of the trees leave
the forest The rest of the tree is
left to decay.-Halvorson says that
rather than being wasteful, the
cutting actually la conservation
measure.
Halvorson, in an.interview here,
aid his annual business amounts
to more than $1,900,000 a year. He
sells in excess Of 1,250,000 trees
annually, hut cant ful all the or-
ders he receives.
The miniature trees come la
dark green, white, silver sad the
new pink. There's also a gift box
including a tree and miniature
ornaments and miniature electric
light strings with bulbs about twice
the sise of kitchen match beads.
Mrs. Halvorson oversees the of-
fice work at the plant and "checks
on every order.''
Her favorite is the green tree
which closely resembles the na-
tural shade. And one of her favor-
ite decorations, is the old fashioned
Scandinavian "sprits" cookie
which can be made into ornaments
of "S" and "O" shapes. Here's
her recipe for these decorations:
Cream V4 > pound of butter and
2-3 cup of sugar, then mix In 8
egg yolks, 2*4 cups of flour and
H teaspoon of almond extract.
Put in a sprits cookie maker (or
a starshaped cookie press with s
smaU tip) and form into "S" or
"O" shspes. Decorate with colored
sugar or silver balls. Bske on a
cookie sheet at 400 degrees for 8
minutes and remove from sheet
white warm. When cool tie onto
trae with thread.
BandH Talked Out
Of Holdup By Clerk
In Com. Bakery
BRIDGEPORT. Cosm. (UP)
A young bandit enterad a bak-
ery and told the clerk, Mrs. John
Mfitaley:
"I have a knife here in my
pocket. Give me all of the money
you have and you won't get hurt."
Mrs. Mihaley pleaded that if
she did, she would lose her job.
She told him she had a son about
his age and delivered a 10-minute
sermon about the foolishness of
his set
"All right, lady," said the fid
gety young man, "Just give me
a dollar and some sugar buns."
She did and he left
Finnish Trains Again Travel
Through Porkhala Sans Blinds
CARRYING ONMrs. Dorothy
Carnegie will continue the
world-wide organization created
by her late husband, Dale Car-
negie, author of "How to Win
Mends and Influence People."
The Carnegie organisation
sponsors courses hi human re-
lations, effective speaking and
salesmanship, Mrs. Carnegie is
a new president
Editen Note: In 1044, after
Mac her soasad war with Com-
munist Rasis, Finland leased
the strategic Farkfaela gateway
to the BsJHe to the Russlsas far
0 yean. The Russians evicted
Finnish rssManta from their
homet and farmlaada and Fia-
aish trains ran through the ana
with Minds drawn. New, Rsala
lato decided te retara the han
to Hatead. The following dis-
patch tells the story ef the first
Finnish returnees.
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During more than a
century selected
Danish chemes hive
added a special rich and fine \
flavour to Cherry Heenng, a
flavour which makes this original
liqueur outstanding in tute
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Cherry
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WORLD FAMOUS LIQUiUB SINCE IStl
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HELSINKI, Finland, Dec. 23
(UP) A Finnish train rolled
through the huge Soviet base at
Porkhala today without shutters
on the windows for the first time
since 1044 Ksrl W. Erikton, a
griizled old Finnish farmer, a
passenger, saw his home for. the
first time in s dozen yean.
A candle burned in the window,
vt there apparently by a Russian
soldier.
The mere eight of It brought
toan to Erikson'a eyes.
"I take it as a greeting, who-
ever lighted it," the old man said.
"This wss the best Christmas gift
I've ever had in my life.''
He and a acore of other Pork-
hala residents wen aboard the
train as It pulled Into Helsinki. All
were preparing to return once a-
gain to the homes they'were fore-
ad to leave when the Russians
took over the ares snd turned it
into a military ban.
Under a recent agmemeat, the
Raaalans will neve oat in s few
weeks sad reran the land to the
Finns.
Stern-faced Russian soldiers lin-
ed up at station through the Pork-
hala ana stared st the unshuter-
ed train. Before today no one a-
board trains in the ana could see
out the windows.
But little could be seen of the
old farmlands through the blanket
of snow that lav on the ground.
Erikson saw his old house, now
apparently occupied by a Russian
soldier. Bushes gnW in the ditch-
es, indicating that the Russians
hsd apt tilled the lend.
The forest csme down to the
edge of the railroad tracks.
Most buildings and farmhouses
along the railroad right of way
was Intact. Some even were new-
ly-painted. Heaps of debris indi-
cated that the Russians hsd blown
up bunkers. Except or a few low
barracks, no new buildings could
be seen.
The four railway stations in the
ana all had their Finnish names
written in Russian letters.
The 330-yesr-old church of Kyrk-
slaett KirkkonummU where the
Russians wen reported to have a
casino, was intact.
Mn. Tyne Segersven of the Gil-
lobacka farm in northwest Pork-
hala ssw her old fsrmhouse from
the train window.
She said it seemed to need
pslntlng badly but "thank God
they haven't blown up anything."
Theirs was the first of 20.000
trains to pass through Porkhala
since 1947 which did not have iron
shutters over the windows. Prior
to 1947, the Finnish railwsys were
not even ellowed to use the route.
Neighbors Help
Stricken Family
AMESBURY, Msss. (UP) -
George Winters, 32. and his fsmily
will est their Christmas dinner in
a new, completely furnished home,
thanks to some kindly townfolk.
Five yean ago, Winters, became
crippled by polio. Led by his
friend, Don at Pouliot. then a po-
liceman, townsfolk quickly rallied
to Winters' aid.
A benefit was held to raise
funds. Carpenters, plumbers and
bricklayers donated their services
to build s house on a lot donated
by another citizen.
And now Winters, bis wife and
their two children sre sssured of
a home of their own.
We are pleased to announce that we have
beeiiappointed SERVEL REFRIGERATOR
DISTRIBUTOR for Electric Compressor
Refrigerators and Airconditioners.
We are now equipped for Service
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Nehru Accuses Reds
Of'Twisting History:
During Indian Tour
mw-DELHI, Indis, Dec. 23-
(UP)Prime Minister Jawahar-
lal Nehru accused Russia's lead-
ers today of "twisting history"
In anti-Western speeches during
their recent tour of India.
Delegates at a closed meeting
of Nehru's Congress Party'said
the Premier declared he was
''embarrassed" by some of the
things said by Soviet Premier
Nikolai Bulganin and Commu-
nist Party Chief Nlkfta Khrush-
chev.
Nehru said the Russians twist-
ed history in charging tflal the
Western allies sent Nazi Cter-
many against the Soviet Union
in the early days of World War
n.
. Nehru said he was embarrass-
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In
and Portuguese Ooa.'
Nehru said he divided the Bul-
ganin-Khrushchev declarations
Into three categories:
1. Speeches in which they cri-
ticized the West on general Unes
without directly attacking speci-
fic Issues.
2. Speeches In which they
made direct attacks. He said he
especially regretted the attacks
on Great Britain.
S. The Russian comments on
Ooa and Kashmir.
Cardinal Spellman
Flies To Troops
TOKYO, Dec. 23 (UP) Fran-
els Cardinal Spellman flew in a
two-seated jet trainer plane today
after celebrating mass at one of
the major U.S. air bases in Ja
pan.
The -year-old Catholic predate
who flies to Korea tomorrow spent
most of his last day In Japan at
Yokota Air Base near Tokyo.
After lunch, Spellman slipped in-
to the flying togs of the super-
sonic age and went aloft in s T
S3 jet-powered plane, which is
used to train jet fliers.
His pilot on the short bop was
tfaj. Allen K. McDonald, Snoho-
mish. Wash., commander of the
40th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron
Spellman, archbishop of New
York and vicar of the Military
Ordlnate, arrived in Japan Tues-
day night on his fifth consecutive
Christmas visit to American
troops in the Far East.
He will say midnight mass near
the truce front in Korea Christ-
mas eve.
Pope To Appeal
To World Leaden
In Xmas Messai*
VATICAN CITY; Dec. 21 (UP-
Pope Pius XII will appeal to (he
world's leaders tomorrow to turn
the shattered hopes of Geneva in-
to a new search for peace o.i
earth.
6 Zonians Selected
As Intern Candidates
Six of the 17 Panama Canal
government candidates who had
been selected by their bureau
heads as candidates for (he
Fifth senior Management In-
tern program, received ratings
above the cut-off score in the
written competitive examina-
tions held for federal govern-
ment candidates from all over
the United 8tates.
They are Donald Brayton
yardmaster with trie Railroad
Division; Howard Osborn, gen-
eral engineer. Maintenance Dt-i
vision; John Hammond, Jr.,!
mechanical engineer, Engineer-
ing Division; Bennett Tipton,
Hupervisory administrative as-
sistant, Office of the Cristobal
Port Captain; William Wlah-
mann, auditor, Internal Audit
Staff, and Carl Pajak, system*
accountant, Accounting Division.
Th candidates receiving rat-
ings above the cut-off score were
interviewed this week by the
Administrative Inter Selec
pommitbje. in Wto flE com
lee will recommend aeandld,
to Oov. J. S. Seybold for
oointment as company-govern-
ment representative for the srx-
mohth course of training which
begins Jan. 30 in Washington,
D.C.
PftiBB Family Ulrc
To Rebuild Noted Inn
UDBURY, Mass., Dec. 23 (UP)
' be Ford family is sending a
tai c force of experts from Detroit
to ecide whether the chaired ruins
of historic Wayside Inn should be
re tored.
' "he grandsons of the late Hen-
ry Ford, who restored the 2 6 9-
ye r-old hostelry and packed it
wi ti priceless antiques, made the
m< ve within 24. hours a fire
thi t left most of the 22 r o o
wooden structure a hollow sW
The announcement, made last
nil >t said, ''Then will be sent to
Su bury a group of five or six se-
FOR HINT:One smalt
od bedroom with bath, foe
pernea). JajVfy gorse-ely to
Cuba No. 31-29. neat
mfttrieat Oao lesee."
WANTK>: Radio Nchnkfea
so France, do b Oaee
Lm. any week oey.
iTANtlD:Fle.nt
personally to Mr.
. Madure, Colpan hfi
4 tik Franciaca de I. 6ua
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electric plant. I
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WANTI5 TO IY:
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Avtaf-
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a group of five or six i
lected people." They win male
the *ough investigation and thea
reiort back."
The grandsons are William
FoJd, Henry Ford II lad B
Ford, sons of th elate Eds el
Ford and members df Wayside
Inn, Inc., a family corporation set
up to operate the inn:
It was immortalized by pot Hen-
ry wadsworth Longfellow in bis
"Tiles of a Wayside Ion."
Outgoing Deputies HH
Sltong-Arm Tactics
PARIS, Dec. 23.(UP>_ Two
outgoing deputies 'VnaTleTiEM IB 11-
tax crusader Pierre Poujade'a
strong-arm squads to break up
their electiOti meetings today.
PoujadVa men, wearing skull
armbantts, have
regional meet
" 2 general
sessions of veffj
etable-slinging and name-calling.
But in the town of Angoulerhe
today, after former minister and
Outgoing deputy Felix Gaiflard an-
nounced he is calling off all his
eetings because of the "vio-
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Hunts 'Army Of God'
ALGIERS, Algeria, Dec. S3
(UP) Craek mountaineers of
France's 27th
Alpine D i v isi o a
g bustard today
Call
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FAST FRIENDLY FINANCINC j?^J
braved a4howUnL
to track down Tana tica 1 "Army of
God" rebels in s stepped up anti-
terrorist drive.
Reports from Tiii-Ouiou In the
heart of the terrorist-teeming Ka-
bylie region said the divisions
Men were following up a three-
day-old scour-oat operation
launched Dec. SO near Dra-El-Mi-
sa.
The operation was under way in
the Mafllot-Hichelet-Dra el Mbian-
Fort National Quadrilateral, ec-
cording to these official reports,
the first deUiling of a full-scale
operation since rebels
H* JUgeria-wide terrorist
is month.
it 20 rebels have been
one captured aince the
started, the reports sett.
tf The dead were left to lie in the
troops moved absent M
htrat.
stepped up
ronst acti
In prayer for the peace to which
he has devoted his life, the Pope
Is expected to ask statesmen to
insure that peace is based not on
fear or surrender but on liberty,
justice and security for all.
There has been speculation that
in the course of his 5,000-word, 30-
minute address the Pope would
sneak briefly of his vision of
Christ. The vision occurred on
Dec. 2, 1164 and was disclosed
last month.
Stevenson's Son
Hay Leave Hospital
In About 2 Weeks
CHICAGO, Dec. 23 (UP) Ad-
lai E. Stevenson was heartened to-
day by news thai his youngest son,
seriously injured in a car crash
which killed two other youths,
m.v be out of the hospital in a-
bout two weeks.
The news was a welcome Christ-
mas gift for the Democratic pres-
idential hopeful, who appeared
grili and distraught yesterday
when he arrived with his stricken
son from Gosh en, Ind.
The son, ll-yesr-oW John Fell
Stevenson, was at the wheel of
his fathers car Wednesday when
it crashed headon with a truck at
the top of a railroad overpess
near ooaben.
Two close friends and fellow
Harvard University students sit-
ting with him on the front seat
were kUled. A fourth Harvard stu-
dent was Injured, and young Ste-
vep*>n suffered a shattered'right
Kbee cap a fractured lower iaw,
fadal cuts, and the leas of five
teeth
i
The driver of the truck, 29-year
old Fre Gill of Detroit, was tt>
he arraigned In Goahen today on
charges Of involuntary manslaugh-
ter and reckless homicide.
A County Grand Jury returned
the two-coant indictment against
yesterday State police char
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) A
veteran Hollywood portrait photog-
rapher is worried about mugging
it-up becoming a lost art.
The old-timeri haven't loat their
touch in the giving-'em-their-sll
facial muscle league. But some of
Hollywood's new crop of movie and
TV performers?
Simar Holloway calls them
"hash-fashion poker faces."
"They have one expression,"
Elmer winced. "The only way to
change them in a portrait is to
change their clothes."
Elmer's been a Hollywood por-
trait photographer, at NBC, for 11
years and he's said "Hold it" at
one time or another to almost
everyone in Movietown.
And he's observed more than Just
faces through and over the lens of
EGG DIVIDEND
GRAYLING, Mich. (UP) -
Mrs. Austin J. Scott hit the poultry
jackpot recently while dressing a
chicken for her freezer. She
opened up an oversized pullet and
found a dozen eggs inside. Full-
sized and hard-shelled, they bad
remained inside the chicken be-
cause of a malformation o the
egg aac.
Texas Prisons
Have Tough
Playing Rules
looks like just before the shutter
clicks.
"She's amasmff," says llmor.
"She looks oyt of Hie corner of
bar .eye and von chocks the lijjbt-
inf. She demand* certain shadows
that have elmost became a trade-
mark with nor one) she knows by
a glance in the mirror if Hie
lighting is correct."
George Gobel "There's a pa-
tient man," says Elmer. "He won't
move for an hour unless I tell
him to."
Jack Webb "understands exactly
what you're doing," according to
Elmer. "He want that rugged
look and never permits any re-
touching." Negative retouching and
killing of unflattering poses is one
of the favorite darkroom sports in
Elmer's pets and "when you point
a camera at Sheree North that
personality has gotta be on the
negative.''
Like most shutter bugs, Elmer
is camera shy. He hasn't had a
photo taken of himself since lfS5.
And he says: "I didn't like that
one."
HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (UP)
jit's against the rules for a con-
vict playing basketball in the Tex-
as prison system to escape be-
fore, during or after a game.
The Texas Prison Basketball
League's oficial rules provide that
a team will be disqualified rom
play for the rest of the season if
any of its members escape "either
in transit to and from games or
at the game site."
hU camera^.; De'an M.rtfn"and\Hollywood Particular* among
Jerry Lewis flashbulb riot, for feminine stare.
example.
That was a case of "There Goes
Elmer."
Elmer fled when Dean and
en'
AMONG 11 HONORED with Air Force Length
of the Wribbean Air Command Headquarters
mander of the Caribbean Air ComnUnd who pr
Snttng 10 years of Federal servtee. Left ur>|
TievTBiolei, Mrs. Mary Hochgraef, Mrs. Marga
Thehna J. BlckersUff and Hood. Also honored,
of Service Awards, these six civilian employes
Pose with* Ma?Oen. ReubeVc. Hood.Jr.. Com-
esented each with a bronze lapel emblem repre-
ht, above, are: Mr. Rmll J. Bruck, Miss Gene-
ret W Sylvestre, Mrs. Alice Y. Tucker, Mrs.
but o leave.t the ^^-ffirt.)
Navy Calk Off Hunt
for Hissing Aircraft
TOKYO. Dec. 23.(UP) The
U.S. Navy today called off an air
March for a Marine Skyknight jet
lighter missing with the two men
aboard sinee Tuesday.
" The Navy ai, selosed names
of the two missWlg men:
Pilot 1st Lt. Robert E. Lewi?,
husband of Martina Ellen Lewis
of Denison, lows, and Radarman
Staff Sgt. James Robert Ragsdale,
tiband of Mrs. Wna Frances
[dale of Springfield, Ohio.
, Some 120 ah sortie have been
tnaoe searching for the wrecka**
I of the aircraft over Tokyo Bay
I and in surrounding land areas.
The Marine jet of the 513th
Fighter Squadron made ct
witt.Us bise at 10:*0 p.m. Tues-
day for the last time.
Milwaukee Plans
i o Encourage Art
MILWAUKEE (UP) An
organization to encourage and co-
ordnate patronage of cultural en-
deavor and the arts has filed in-
corporation papers in Madison with
the secretory of state.
Milwaukee Allied Arts. Jtae. Is a
Croup growing out of the Freo Mil-
ler Memorial Theater group here
and plans to operate as a sort of
and plans to operate as a sort of
"clearing house" for cultural
groups and activities in Mdwaukee.
Assistance to the various groups
Interested in the arts is expected to
come from integration of activities
and an annual fine arts festival at
the Milwaukee Arena or Auditor-
ium. Some groups have shown
interest in the organization. T*e
membership is open to all groups,
professional or non-professional.
But there's one
Whiz Elmer saya "has
killed a picture yet."
Jimmy Durante'a the name.
Portrait
never
Jerry, in a playful mood during a "He got that one great look and
portrait sitting, started cracking i that's all he needshot-cha,
used flaah bulbs over each other's i Elmer put it.
heads and then over the noggins of The name of Milton Berle
everyone in the vicinity of Elmer's brings a "Wow!" from Elmer, who
studio. adds:
"I don t know how to say it. He
always has a better suggestion and
his suggestions add something to
his photographs."
Getting Jet-Propelled Bob Hope
and Lewis routine ever seen. Butlinto the portrait gallery is some-
it wasn't so funny to NBC's audi-| thing even NBC vke presidents
tors, who billed them for the cost I have trouble doing very often. But
of 125 flash bulbs. when Hope does answer Elmer s
But Slmer says he much prefers| "Hold it,'' it's a pleasant half hour.
Dean and Jerry's mugging and Thafa about all the time Bob
even their mayhem to the poker- ever has. "He know his angles,
When They Ran Out of used
flash bulbs they found and un-
crated 12S unused ones and con-
tinued the fray, which onlookers
still describe as the funniest Martin
faced kids.
aays Elmer, "and I can get 80
photos of him in 30 minutes."
BOO!These weird-looking creatures in Minneapolis, Minn., ace
not visitors from outer space. They're members of a fighter-
interceptor squadron, stationed there, wearing their new Arctic
parkas. The parkas were issued to them recently when tempera-
tures dipped to seven below zero. Extended hoods protect their
faces from the weather. Hidden faces belong to A/1 Robes*
Duhoa, left, and S/Sgt. Gordon Beklund.
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poses with a mirror outside of | and Celeste Holm asks for off-stage
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eemp to preeident Ricardo
Arla; Lt. Col. uti Oordbva, of
the Panama National Guard.
Major Antonio HUff, command-
er of tht. presidential guard;
CapUln^Pelbt Merino, 61 the
Traffic Poee; and Julio Velde,
Chief 6f ft* Muhlgritlon O
Henry L DonoVan, Civil AT
Ira Director, Police Chief ft. W
Munyeh ware Intone; Sons off!
dab it the gathering.
Comptroller Roberto Heurte
mitt Ml Ml W air for the
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2S, 195S
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH roPETENPENT DAILY NIW1TAPB,
PA6K ran-
CHRISTMAS SltVICtS
Special schemes f cervices have been listed by a number o church*, on both rides of th mus in Tanama and the Canal Zone.
US Weather Bureau Hopes To Change
Course Of Hurricanes With Dry Ice
W. V CtAMA It,
Vaster
aervice si. pjn. **in
Jianger," Prelude ?roceflonal
mn"Oh, Come, Little Chil-
B," Prayer and Confession of
Vaitfi by die ?**. Scripture
HteOtog and Address, Songs no
Keeitauons by fee Uttdren of the
Sttaaay School Narration by Sun-
4y School Supt Mr. M. B. BnebL
Hyms: Silent NbjtoY OLittle Town
ot Bethlehem, Ottering to be
brought to the Crib,'Prayer Bene-
atction Recessional.
I) Midnight Candle Service i
if Christmas Holiday Service,
Dec. 2a, 10:15 a.m.
St. Fetert, lea** ,. .
Singing of carn by the choir
of St. Peter's church, La Boca,
will precede the midnight chor-
al Eucharist tomorrow. the caroi
'[ beginning 10:10, will leature
'English carola and carola
__B ranee, Bonemia ana Uer-
m?proceulon at U: SO will begin
the choral Euchariat. Tbe_ cele-
brabt and preacher wlU be the
Be*. OTaJpBr, pHOt in charge.
Observance JX**BNLZ*
continue with anojhar^_cOlebT>ttei
at 7 a.m. and a tflray sen
service at 3 p.m. The pupil" WlU
i at taja service,
owed by an ex-
at 7 wfll end
watchnight service
1ifin1Xd"New Year's eve at
10:10.
tism, 930 a.m.; Sunday school,
3:M pan.; Youth meeting, 5:08
p.m.. Vespers, 7:00 p.m.
All women of the Church are tar
vited to attend a meeting at the
pariah hall Tuesday. Guest preach-
er for the Witch Nt|tit service
will be announced later.
St. Paul's Church
The Bulging of carolsi will lute
in the Feast of the Nativity at St.
Paul's Church on Christmas Eve
at 11 p.m. Thia activity will be fol-
lowed by the b 1 e a sing of Uie
Christmas Crib immediately after
the celebration of the Holy Eu-
chariat will commence.
Other services and activities
during Christmas week are aa fol-
lows:
Christmas Day-6:00 a.m., Holy
Communion; 9:00 a.m., Holy Eu-
charist and Sermon; 10: a.m.
Holy Baptism. ___. .,-.
Monday (St. Stephen's) -00
a m., Holy Communion; 4:00 p.m.,
Church School Program.
Tuesday (St. John, Evangebat)
-6:00 a.m., Holy Communion,
Wesneaday (Holy innocents)
_00 a.m.. Holy Communion;
7:60 p.m., Vespers.________
Atlantic Site
The American Vincentlan Fath-
ers of the Atlantic aide announce
the following Mass achedule for
Christmas:
n family.Church, Margarita,
lasses at midnight, 8 a.m.,
. ___
I&maeuWte Conception Church,
Gattm, C. .Z, Masses at midnight,
8:15 a.m. _____
Miraculous Medal Church, New
Cristobal, C. Z., Maaeea at mid-
night, t a.m., 11 .m.
St. Joseph's Church, Colon, B.P.,
Masses at midnight, 8 a.m., 8 a.
m.
St. Vincent's Church, Bainbow
City, C. t., Masses at midnight,
8 a.m., 8: a.m.
Our La** * Good Counsel
Church, Gamboa, CE, MasS at
midnight, 7 a.m., 8:8t) a.m.
'Baptist C h u re h of
lu. wl hold ChriatAas
at 11 a.m. Sunday with
0:0 a.m.
"The Wondrous Story" sung by
the First Baptist Church choir
will be divided Into three parta:
The Prophecy of Christ's Birth,
The Birth of Christ, and The Sec-
ond Coming of Christ, and will
constitute the entire morning
aervice.
St. parta*, Margarita
Christmas Eve services at the
Episcopal Church .Margaret
Margarita. wuTbe celebrated at
11 p.- totoorrpw Choral Eucha-
rist sung by the combined choirs
under the direction of Mr.
George N. Engelke.
The "St. Cecilia" setting of the
Eucharist by Charles Gounod wiU
be used. Bev. M. A. Cookaon, will
be the celebrant and will extend
Christmas greetings to the con-
gregation; Be*. Poland G^Alcers,
diocesan mlssioner, will assist.
The children's Christmas pa
geaht 'The Coating of Christ
will be presented at St. Marga-
ret's on Wednesday, at p.m.
WASHINGTON, Dee. 23 (UP)
The weather bureau is hoping,
with fingers crossed, that it may
some day find a means of chang-
ing hurricane paths slightly, poa-
sibly by dry ice seeding.
But Robert H. Simpson, head of
House-Breaking Santa Turns
Killer, Slays Father, Grandpa
**:tftung EucharistChristmas
*!3"a.. InttBt **,
3:00 p.m. Sunday school pro
"Su^t nreaeher at the Eucharist
will be The Bev. B. H. Graene,
"Ihere wftl be the usual Watch
tight aervice, beginning at U P
Balboa Union Chttrch
To Begin Chtblmas
Vf W. Carol finfim
toe Union an*JM"lW
ingiire wTU bhjfBlnWW M tte
m. cawa.waim ut fl ffi
M ti'MITHftiiaS MRU started
^rSufHS^rTMrieVan
Moving W**''**?**'* i
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will be
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..i church
"The
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nr'fTlSg mmBur* "The
She to^ehem^ M*er
by.J caroyhogandl ge
A. rVLeig.
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Prc*en>
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Stir and &-
oh Ae Jadean
wffl preach a
to waflehem?''
UP) A burlar rassufM
year-oM girl early by JJ**!,
he had a "present for the Christ-
mas tree," then turned Mler and
down her father and gra*
when they found him in the
Capt. Edward Fdtawr. 82-vnar-
oW offlcer at nearby ^England Air
Force Baae and his *>*
Frankie MUler, 55 of Clmton. BC.,
were instantly iiUed by the bur-
glar before he &*,?**$& ^
City and state polfce threw out
a gtant search for the kffler d>
aetbed as badly i nneed ofa
* A number of AraMs w*tb
rounded up for o^tionhig.
Officers rheerlx i hi Jr,
whV3^ the little tirl J
hV discovered him to her bed-
was ^g^ys^isj,"
roomTpfT&ry Sus FeSnoj. 4-
5lBfil5 &=
tor her daddy and the family un-
der the Christmas tree."
A few inmutes later Mrs. MP-
ler, whe heard the conversation
In the khIM's bedreent, heenl
MMneene threuet. the pecketa l
her hoasjand'i trousers. As HM-
tel.
Two bullets struck Miller in toe
throat, MDIng him instantly, as
Mrs. Millbr fled from the room
CSeto the MuTef bedroom. As he went
through the doorway, someone
flicked on the Hghts. Theuunmk,n
hot him four times in the cWst.
The intruder fled through Mrs.
FeflbWs bedroom and she begfbd
him not to shoot ler
"AB ftaht- jutt keen your month
shut," he was ouoted as teMing
her. She told oSteen the man
looked familiar and that abe could
Ctaareb of Our SavltW-
The Episcopal tSurch of Our
Saviour. New Cristobal, wul con-
duct a celebration of the Ho I y
Coramunton at M a.m. Chnstmas
Day. The Bev. Noland G. Aaers,
celebrant, asa^ted by the Bev.
a
ti htldren'a service and tree
bo presented at 8 p.m. on
nder the direction of
.ierhassett.
;uff for the Bella Vista
en's Home will be present-
chiMrer.'s services.
I. Christopher's, Uo Afeado
The observance of Chrisfmas
wiU begin at St. Chriatophers,
with the traditional midnight Masa
tomorrow. The complete schedule
for the sesin will be aa follow*:
Dec. 24, Hi p.m., SWfbfg of
Carols; 11:46 p.m. Sung Euchariat
and Sermon.
Dec. 25, 7:80 a.m.. Sung Eucha-
tier?
Dec. 26, St. Stephen's Day 8 a.
m., Holy Communion.
Dec. 27, St. John the Evangel-
st, 8 a.m. Holy Communion.
Dec. 28, Holy Innocents, 8 a.m.
Holv Communion; 2 p.m.-10 p.m.,
Church School Chriatmos parties*
Dec. 31, U-ll pm. Watch Night
Service. .'-
mi. 1, (Sunday)r Feast of the
Circumcision, 8 a.m. Holy Commu
nion.
the bureau's new "hurricane proj-
ect," said today a number of ifa
stand in the way of any immediate
attempt to nudge the big tropical
itorms this way or that.
The hurricane project, tt get un-
der way iin Florida next year,
wiU be a 30-month undertaking, by
some 15 scientists to find out aU
they can sbout the conditions which
cause hurricanes to form and the
ttages through which a hurricane
develops. .
Before any attempt can be made
to change a hurricane's movement,
with a view to making It mil 3
thickly populated regions^ the
scientists must learn aU bout the
forces that affect its course.
For the most part these forces
consist of the general atmospher-
ic circulation pattern, in which
the hurricane is ernljedded. Simp-
son said. But it may be that the
storm's own Internal energy has a
considerable effect on its Patn
Simpson hopes that turns out to
be the case. Because, he saffl, the
"only hope" of modifying a hurri-
canes course lies to modifying-its
"internal dynamics." It would be
hopeless to try to do anything a-
bout Its general "atmospheric en-
^BM^'ice seeding'it conceva-
Wy could be possible ^transofrm
supercooled liquid water ui the
fficane into e, 4hu. 'forcing
it to give up some tU latent
h HuiScanoa'are constantly gener-
ting and resleasing heat energy.
If the process could be made to
proceed unevenly, by speeding it
up in just one part of the storm,
this might throw the hurricane off
balance and create a drag that
would cause it to move to the di-
rection of the seeded area.
"All we could hope to do. Simp-
son said, "would be to take it by
the hand and fcad it gently to one
aide for a few hundred railea at
%irath1s.''he Mid, to highly tenta-
tive. It is not by any means an-
offlclal announcement ,?y the wea-
ther bureau that a definite hurri-
cane seeding project is in the
works.
Panama Line
Sailings
apiiie*" ' i'inir'WT~iiTrrr
"GUS"
"AND
Wish A4f of You a Very
4
U. S. Clifford P. Case, of New
Jersey and U. S. Rep*. Frank M.
Clark, Edmund P. Radman, Frank
Thompson, Jr., and J Arthur
Younger are amony the 34 pas-
sengers scheduled to sail from
Cristobal tomorrow afternnon for
New York aboard the Panama
Liner Ancon. They are accompa-
nied by their wives and famules.
With the exception of Younger,
all the members of the congres-
sional group arrived n the An-
cn Wednesday from New YorK.
Younger, a Republican from Cal-
ifornia, rived on theI st h mus
this week by plane following a vis-
It of several weeks m adjacent
countries. He to accompanied by
Mrs. Younger. .
There sre no pnasenger book-
ed for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen-
ger list for New York follows:
Miss Vera Andres; Senator and
Srs. Clifford P. Case and aon,
iss Ann Case; Rep. ^Mrs-
Frank M. Clark and two children
Mrs. Laura Clark; Mr. and Mra.
Jacob Fisher; Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam A. Gordon -----; Ml Ocie
Krebs; Duff Merrick; Wilani C.
Merwin; Paul M u r p h y: PhUlip
Newman; ReP. * i^ dmund
P. Radwan and 3 children Mr.
and Mrs. William Sahud; Mrs.
Sally Simms; Edward Stern; Rep.
and. Mrs. Frank Tohmpson and
2 children; and Rep. and Mrs. J.
Arthur Younger.
C MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS!
* We'll Be Closed All Doy *
CHRISTMAS,
Siurday
usuujbodj^ f&adA.
W&fT*"
her
When she awakened to find him
in the room, he Mimad b. offi-
cers said. By tlfing her that he
whs her "daddy's best friend jnd
Sat he "came to leave a present
^Ute troopers found an aban-
doned black Chevrolet some 40 m
es north IfBatoo Rouge, La The
ear had Oklahoma license plates
and Ft. Sill, Okla.. stickers. Army
clothing also was found 1
OWA6
city comri-
cial cornm
Mmfr #aya and
wHlch th#y i **BSiBf""" f
the inadequate numbering.
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I THE BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL CHORDS ainging a program of Christmas music concert held this year In the Balboa Stadium
before one el the largest audience ever to attend one of these programs. The group Is being led by Victor Herr, teacher of
| music at Balboa High School. _________^__________ ______________ r
Tomorrow's CHy
Problems Gigantic
CHICAGO P1 Sty prob-
lems 20 years from now will make
today's problems seem like "kin-
dergarten stuff," according to Deav
nis O'Harrow, executive director
.of the American Society of Plan-
ning Officials.
O'Harrow. writing in the publi-
cation, Public Management, said:
"In the long run, the moat im-
portant duty of planning is to pre-
pare'for the city of tomorrow
which is going to be vastly differ-
ent from a tidied-up version of the
ahy of today."
O'Harrow said such problems as
suburban development, public
transportation arid toning require
constant attention.
"Nevertheless," he said, "if
these pressing, immediate prob-
lems are all that we assign to
planning, we ar doing our cities
a great disservice."
Planners must start wrestling
now with the complex problems
of tomorrow, be added..
War On Orchard
Mice Takes To Air
ITHACA, N. Y. (UP) The
war against mice in New-York
state apple orchards has taken to
the air.
Cornell University conservation
department' experts have tested
the plan of distributing mouse bsit
by the use of airplanes and thus
cut growers' labor and machine
costs.
A 2,000-acre farm can be "bait-
bombed" by plane in less than a
day. Distributing the bait by hand
would require about two weeks.
Cherry Apricot Bavarian
Is Yummy Yule Dessert
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COMIC AILING-Buster Kea-
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comedian 'of silent movies, is
hospitalizad by a serious gastro-
intestinal disorder. He is said
to be in "very grave" condition
at Hollywood's Sawtelle Vet-
erans' Hospital.
For a light but delightful end to
the family Christmas dinner, this
Cherry-Apricot Bavarian see,s
about right
Cherry-Apricot Bavarian
(Makes 44 Sarvinfls)
Tiro tablespoons unflavored gela-
tin, V* cup water, 1W cups sieved
canned apricota, 2 -tablespoons
lemon Juice, 1 cup water, Vi tea-
spoon salt, 2 cups heavy cream,
whipped, 1 cup chPP8*,um"r':
schino cherries, drained (about m
cherries).
Soften gelatin in water: dissolve
over boiling water. Combine aprid
cots, lemon juice, sugar and sslt;
stir until sugar is dissolved. Add
gelatin and mix well. Chill until
mixture is slightly thickened. Fold
in remsining ingredients. Turn into
3-cup mold. Chill until firm. Un-
mold and garnish with additional
cherries, if desired.
Charry-Rlee DelieM
(Makes servtnfs)
Two-thirds cup rice. 3 cups milk,
tt eup sugar, H teaspoon salt, V
teaspoon cinnamon. V* cup chopped
maraschino cherriea. drained
(about 10 cherries), tt cup heavy
cream, whipped, 12 canned apricot
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halves, drained. 6 maraschino
cherries, drained, v cup sugar, ivk
teaspoons cornstarch\ 4* etaspoon
salt, V cup boiling water, 1 table-
spoon butter or margarine, 1 tea-
spoon grated lemon rind, l\
teaspoons lemon juica.
sCombine rice and milk; cook
until mixture boils. Simmer until
rice is tender, about 20 minutes.
Add hi cup sugar, V teaspoon salt
and cinnamon; mix well. Cool S
minutes; chill. Fold rice mixture)
and chopped cherriea into cream.
Turn into serving dishes. Top with
apricots and cherriea. Meanwhile,
combine V* cup sugar, cornstarch
and H teaspoon salt. Gradually
add water and cook, stirring con-
stantly, until mixture is thickened
and clear. Add remaining ingredi-
ents and mix well. Chill and pour
over apricot-cherry mixture.
Slimmer Runways
At Airports Asked
WASHINGTON (UP) __ The
Civil Aeronautics Administration ia
reported to ha considering a pro-
posal to revise downward the width
limitations on runways and tan-
ways of the nation's airports.
Planea, official publication of tho
Aircraft Industries Association,
aays th proposal ia designed to
increase the utilization of the sir-
ports and waa sponsored by the
Airport Operators Council
Planea saya tito proposal sug-
gests that runway widths be cut
down to 150 feet. Present require-
ments call for a 200-foot width.
Another suggestion made by the
group is to; cut the width of taxi-
ways from the present ISO feet to
75 feet, apa design them ao that
planea ca turn af'and ate the
runways at higher apeeds.
In support of the porposal. It waa
cited that since only one airliner
can land or tsks-eff on a runway
at any one time, there is little need
for extremely wide and costly run-
ways.
3-Pound Bait
Nails Big Fish
MADISON, Wif. (UP) Thto
is the kind of fish story that seldom
gets beyond the circle of anglers
who are trying to out-do each other
with slightly embroidered tales.
But Keith Ackley of Madison
eame back with a photograph aa
KW. He was fishing at Allequash
ke in Vilas County when he
hooked a walleyed pike. Just as he
reeled the fish toward the boat, a
muakelhinge grabbed the walleye,
which Ackley estimated weighed
three pounds.
Ackley let his line- go slack,
thinking the musky would get
smart and spit out the booked wall-
eye. But the big fellow swallowed
the pike instead and Ackley landed
a 28-pound musky.
His photograph shows the musky.
its insides opened, with the soil
recognizable walleye in the
stomach. ________J
? A kx ot blondes arm o cross be-l
kwosnabnaretteoridadrugseoraj
If you want Bourbon at its best call for
"GREEN RIVER/' America's smoothest
whisky.
Sold at if! leading bodegas and bars.
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facial and yJtkerwi
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FRIENDS
On-
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erred 16 the
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be av;
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hit
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Boreal.
day at eon the
brunch will be
iboe Koom ot
Brunch 111
3:00 p-|m.
icing wUl be iut^
ho Aicarraga and
grlc the Great
i) will provide the floor
C,0*tinifJ
had promised that If the attend-
ance percentage ever got te 80
he would pay for drinks for the
BOUS?
Aa be apoke. Rotaran K r a n k
Scott put in a late appearance,
brtagisg the percentage to over
the SO mark. Frank was given an
ovation such as is seldom accord-
ed to a fellow Rotaran. Drinks
for this meeting had already been
provided but there wUl be 7*7
THE FANAMA AMBBJCAH -. AN OWa^aPrDBWT DAIH KBWyAIB>
. ier cent of the membership to re
ni.M1. _. h. _-h i fh mind President Lea of his prom-
toner J mjp ^ on Mme jnttable future occa-
evening at the Bella Vista room
Supplying the music for danc-
ing *M 5 Clarence Martin end
tiff rochebtra.
Naval _
Meet At
enjoyed a fll
Albrook Officers' Club, oh Tues
day.
The methberi broufht "white el-
ephaSts," wtleh wa# aW durlag
the mordjag wtth the proceed gc-
aflt to fhe wettfe Blind.
" voted to continue the
fund for a child of the
i Vista Berne and to conti-
the monthly donation to the
ichapali Mission. It was also
to finance three children for
and Girls State.
Officers' Wives Club was
to have as guests: Mrs.
- HaUoway, Mrs. George
|r., mother of Mrs. George
>. Jr., Mrs. Merkel, mother of
. Frttch, Mrs. Ester Ball, moth-
er of Mr. Mangels and Mrs. Jer-
man. mother of Mrs. Wilma
M>.
Mr. And Mrs. Grsy
PMr.,!fifrs.*WUUam F. Grady
of Margarita wUl Save their tra-
ditional Eggnog Party on Monday
thee% ReTrartehnes, from ten
to two. _____
i-Colea
7 AttendaSre
teTet* ..._,
his week's meeting of the Cris-
toHLV-Colta Rotary Club was their
traditional Christmas meeting. It
was held over luncheon at the
Elk's Club at-Brasos Heights and
had tile distinction of being the
best attended meeting for the
present Rotary year.
dreVa gifts are distributed by the
-"JLeaDeyte
At this Christmas meeting
mt-.-jars traditionally bring one
gift for a fellow Rotaran and an-
other gift for a child. The chil
spirit was further enhaned by
Cristobal Eaabkso Chab
,- singing of Barbara Gegg,
daughter of the program chair-
man. tWth Robert MhcflWrtan ar-
tKsTsS? wid te?!d "Sw" 5? ** reading
tartansm'singing Christinas' ca- ,
act
If a friend lends you a book
and you don't like it, don't come
right out and say so. You can
say you were glad to read it be-
cause) you had heard so much
about It, or yOu enjoyed the de-
scriptions, or you thought the
author made some particular
Character seem very real and
lifelike. Without saying that
you liked the book, you can find
something good to say about It.
Remember the friend wooldn t
have, lent It to yon if he hadn't
thought or fioed yah wenli sa>
tendance el XettriMi was 71.7
per cent. He reminded members
Sit baffler this year, WBeB
Biaay Rotaran ware on leave,
ChHt-Wld* Strike
SefpWl
rols
Cristobal Emblem Club
as Barty At Bits
The holiday spirit was much in
evidence at the Cristobal Em-
blem Club No. 52*s Christmas par
ty at the Elk's Home In Brazos
Heights Tuesday evening. The
members and guests enjoyed sing*
ing Christmas carols and playing
games.
Colorfully rapped gifts were
placed under, the decorated Christ-
mas tree. Delicious refreshments
ware served from a table decor-
ated for the occasion. Hostesses
were Mrs. Dotha Cougher and
Mrs. Midge Larrison.
Prixes Were won by Mrs. Doro-
I aCroix, Mrs. Katherlne
Simble, Mrs. Hiklred Turner,
rs Millie Beccia. Mrs. Gertrude
Allgaier, Mrs. Alberta Both, and
Mrs. Helen Crowe!!.
The following members were
present: Mrs. Fanny Kaplan. Mrs.
Jane Huldtqulst, Mrs. Dorothy la
Croix, Mrs. Kathleen Huffman,
Mrs. Bfflie Cnunp, Mrs. Jeanne
Bensen, Mrs. Mary LvlnMton
Mrs. Karium White, Mrs. HUdred
Turner, Mrs. Selma Wainio Mrs.
Millie Beccia, Mrs. Tessie Lowe
Mrs. .lav Cain. Mrs. Gertrude All-
gaier, Mrs. Alberta Roth, Mr a.
?elen Crowell, Mrs. Gerry Celluc-
ci, Mrs. Jean Van der Leaden,
Srs. Gwen DeTore, Mrs. Helen
orrison, Mrs. Dotha Cougher
d Mrs. Midge Larrison.
The guests present were: Mrs.
KatWrfae THhlbie. Mr*. I^uiae
Gaskili. Mrs. Jean Stinscp., and
Miss i/oulse Allgaier.
Scout News
Sen or Cristobal Tree
Meets With Mrs. Cox
Senior Oirl ScOut troop No. M
of Cristbal held a combinen
business and social meeting at
the borne of their leader, Mrs.
R. E. Cox.
The guests were Mrs. Helen
Drydale^'Mrs. Lois Magner, Mrs.
Margaret Coate, Mra. Ellen Sea-
men, and Mrs. Ann Laura John-
son. .
The meeting was opened with
a flag ceremony. Those taking
part were Kathleen Cox, Mar-
guerite Engelke, Martha John-
son and Karen Coate. Other
members present were Mary
Lou WMhabaugh. Jean Seamen,
Pat Lawson, Katie O'Brien and
Rosemary cookson.
A short business meeting was
held during which fund raising
projects for troop flag were dis-
cussed. Plans were made lor a
tea to be held in the near future.
Atterwerds, Yuletide gifts
were exchanged bv the members
of the troop. Refreshment was
served to members and guests
CB Girl Beauts __
Take Fsrt In-Blessing
Of Panama Scout Bteg
Three Girl Scouts and one
Brownie, repres en 11 ni our
troOos from the Canal Zonr re-
cently participated m a special
BAOB BXETaW
Bi sal
NEW!
lTire$t0
thr CHRISTMAS PARTY and luncheon of the Ft Peri" Indies Golf (Hub was. a huge success. The regular members came
wftEffi Sh were^hoseh acceding to low gross. AH the i rl. were happy with their .elections. Three were three guests,
Mrs. Kate Harris, Cleo Burn* and Cathy Progerol. _________- _______________
mass for the blessing of the new
Girl Guide flags In Panama.
The mass was held at the Na-
tional Sanctuary of the Blessed
Mother, one of the newest and
most beautiful churches In Pan-
ama City.
Brownie Mary Beth Hack and
Oirl SCotrts Dorothy Griffin,
Mary Lee Kincaid, and Mary
Elizabeth Barrett were accom-
panied by Mrs. John Barrett,
Balboa neighborhood chairman.
Boy Scouts of Panama served
as altar boys and, at the offer-
tory of the mass, the priest im-
parted blessings on the three
flagsthe national flag of Pan-
ama, the Girls Guide flag and
the flog of the World Associa-
tion of Oirl Scouts and Girl
Guides.
Brown> Troops Enjoy
Party At-Cecoll
Brownie troops No. 57 and 71
of cocoll combined to have a
Christmas party, at the cocn
Clubhouse. H%hUght of the par-
ty was the arrival of Santa
Claus.
Santa passed out candy and
nuts and gilts to each Brownie
from the sponsors, the Cocoll
Civic Council, the mothers, and
the troop leaders. The Brownies,
through Santa, gaye their lead-
ers each a present and alto gave
a gift to Father Baldwin, thank-
ing "him for the ose of the
chucch B>11 for carol practice
The mothers were presented
with crinollnb star Christmas
trees made by the Brownies.
Following grace by 'Farther
Baldwin, the party concluded
with refreshment consisting of
Christmas cake baked by Mrs.
Fran Hodges, and cookies ana
punch.
ZENITH RADIOS
Mte Copper MlnW I CRAWFORD AGENCIES
SANTIAGO. Chile. Dee. -
TT Chile's |*>W*tl Halted
Lsbor CenVal luiderided hi prin-
ciple at call a nationwide general
strike in support of 14.000 copper
eaters Who*oUtUwed_a117ke
went into its teamd week without
immediate prospects ef settle-
snent.
Wirkerk df the DUPont explo-
sives factory st Cattms. number
8g 25, walked out in sympathy)
wPh the copper strikers.
A dafinitive vdten tee jesjeral
Mrike wfll be taken nwt Wadens
day, the labor groups Said. Mean-
While, it demanded th* rotease of
n copper strike leaders held tor
trial eeTdnrrges of violating the
taw tor the defense of democracy.
Provisions of the taw make their
Alease en bail virtually impossi-
Tie office of fit comptroller
general of the public meanwhile
rwjeeted s copper workers code
recently approved by Congress m
its rpeeeat form.
' It eras ft protest e*stest *e
eate that warkars of the huge A-
meriean^Wned cantOtticamata, Po-
tosriuos VMh TseusMte mi es
went on strike, contendtag teat it
tascoo^rytothnbr toteMts. A-
w'ere nOtWomfffeB to Congress.
In view of toe comptroller gen-
"s acthft, itwBsAMefedftat
government would torn the
tie issue back te Cossjrasa with
request that the code be re
iec. It appeared unlikely bat
would act bfeore the
week of January.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY. DECEMBER tS. II
Disney Puts Fight For Survival On Film

t
IN THE I.A.ST REFUGE OF THE
Living Desert." In these still vast
Mighty buffalo deft, once lords
(center) meet head-on In a fiRht
relentless advance of civiliza! ion.
or fighting out of Its class. Size
lat cancels out the coyote's adva
PRAIRIE primeval, Wall Disney filmed "The Vanishing Prairie," a,stlrrlng new true-life adventure feature, successor to "The
remainders of the great American Plains the animal heirs of the ancient past continue their stubborn fight for survival,
of all the prairie and now almost extinct, enjoy the lush grass and cool waters of a hidden river valley... Bighorn rams
lo the finish atop the hazardous peaks of the Rockies. These sheep literally "took to the hills" to protect themselves from the
Here they developed into the most sure-footed of all animal mountaineers... A prowling coyote (right corners, a tiny prairie
Is not the decisive factor In this David and Goliath battlenature has endowed the rodent with a set of razor sharp teeth
nlage. The film starts tomorrow at the Balboa Theater. ." .________________;_____________________
American Bible Society Okays Its Largest Peacetime Budget'Dulles Invites
.ADDroval ol a budget of $3,-; the translation, publication and The council called attention to.of the need for supplying the DarA MflVfir 10 I J J
skannn for ias h the American'distribution of the Bible without, the critical needs for Scriptures sightless in foreign lanes, and *.* "/* w **a*
58000 for 1956 bv the American distribution of the Bible without.the critical needs for Scriptures sightless in foreign lands, and
Bible Society's' Advisory counclljnote or comment, and encour-'ln foreign areas. In Japan, It efforts will be made, the c.un-
and the society's board of man-iagement of reading of the Scr-ip-; noted, a missionary edition of ell said, to Increase the publlca-
awers has been announced by tures. |the colloquial Bible is requlred.tlon ofsembossed Scriptures in
the Bible society The Council it, The council cited emergencyfor students, farmers and other foreign languages. It was noted
composed' of 55 denominations: needs and an expanded program low-Income gruopg. Large num-,that the Society has completed
and 17 women's church organl-ias reasons for the increase inibers of refugees in Hong Kongao years of service to the blind.
jations. budt. Church denominations have no Bibles, in Southeast The theme, "The Bible Speaks
The new budget
budget. Church denominations have no
represents'subscribed $900.000 this year|Asia, the Scripture needs of 20, Today,"
was endorsed by the
WASHINGTON, Dec, IS (UP)
Secretary of State Joba Foster
Dulles has invited Rene Meyer,
president of the European Coal
and Steel Community, to visit
the United States in February.
The Slate Department said they
Lx-L.-UJ
he largest peace-time financial and agreed to trv to reach $1,- million refugees are largely un- council for the 195 Worldwide j"***" urrent oi
program ever adopted by the so-400.000 by 1058, to meet the.met. India, where the number or Bible Reading observance, i^^K.reSu^\,K^toi
Ciety, whose sole functions are; heavier demands for Scriptures. new literates is rapidly tncreas-. program Involving the reading , 'S Vnlted
|lng, represents a ehallenge, as'of passages from the Scriptures M we community. .
does the Middle East where dis-! from Thanksgiving to Chrlst-
trlbutlon should be made to,mas. The use of television and
military forces, prison Inmates radio by the Society in this con-
and Arab refugees. Adequate pa-nectlon was commanded, 174 tel-
per supplies now make possiblejevlslon and 750 radio' stations
Bible publishing In Eastern Eu- having contributed free time to
ropean countries, and In Latin:the society during the past year,
'America the evangelical church-
es are active in the distribution
of Scriptures.
(NBA TelephotoV
WEDDING PARTY Chief Justice and Mrs. Earl Warren are pictured with their daughter,
Dorothy. 24, and her husband, Dr. Carmine D. clemente, after the latter who were married
In a double-ring ceremony at Palos Verdes, Calif. In the foreground Is Stephenson Frolo, 7, a
nephew of the groom.
TONY CURTIS blai.es a reckless path of romance
and adventure
in
"THE PURPLE MASK"
Pre-release Sunday 25 at the "LUX" Theatre!
Across history's scarlet pages rides the man In the pur-
ple mask...a scourge to tyrants...a romantic Idol to the
loveliest ladles In the larid.. "THE PURPLE MA^K".. star-
ring Tony Curtis.. .Colleen Miller.. .Gene Barry...Dan O'-
Herlihy... Angela Landsbury.. "THE PURPLE MASK"...
fa Tonv Curtis as adventure's greatest rogue.. .the deeds
he dared.. .the loves he won.. .and the revenge he hid be-
hind his mask.. .see "THE PURPLE MASK"... breath-taking
in Cinemascope.. print by Technicolor. Ail y I.
Special cognizance was taken
----------------,-------------------_
Attention was also called to
films'produced by the Society In
155"My Right and My Cause"
(a story of Korea), and "The
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT!
Balboa 4:30, 6:10, 7:50
|t*. f'ONIHTI"
C 9S9J
SCOTT
Ten
Wanted
(Men1
S.t "VANISHING NtAieiir
DIABLO HTS. :1S 7:55
"IT CAMS reoM BKNEATtl
THK SKA"
Satordar 'THAT LAPf
GAMBOA
"FOXFIRE"
1-M
Salardar "IT CAME PBOM
BKNKATH THE SEA"
GATUN 7:tt
BATTLE CRY"
Salumay "RAGE AT DAWK*
MARGARITA :15 - tfof
"RAGE AT DAWIT*
'
Salufdiy -DRAGNET"
CRISTBAL 8:15 7:M
Air-CaoSlllaiMO
e Giort* MONTCOMBIIV
"ROBBERS ROOST"
colon
Salariar "DRUM BKAT"
PARASO
"Yankee
<:1S 8:ee| ll.A
Buccaneer" "
f
ROCA 7:1
Mississippi Gambler"
SANTA CRUZ :15 :*
"LOS MARGARITOS"
AMP BIERD 4:15 :
Five Against The House"
Mayer wil1 arrived Feb. , c
companied by another Community
official.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White said Dulles and
Mayer will discuss closer integra-
tion 'in Europe. This is a subject
on which their views coincide, he
said.
He also indicated they.might
talk about a proposed pool of Eu-
rope's atomic resources.
M --------------------------------'----------------1-------
Living Word in Japan," and the
recommendation was made that
new films be created when funds
are available.
Figures released for last year
Indicate that more than nine
million votumes of Scriptures
wer9 distributed throughout the
United States. Of these, one and
one-half million were given as
outright grants to chaplains in
the Armed Foros*.
The eeuncll reaffirmed that
the providing of the Scriptures
to men and women in'national
fservice M the responslblllt? of
the churches. Hospitals, prisons,
home missionaries, Indian lead-
ers, migrant workers and others
received an additional one nd
ORSERVING a Panamanian Christmas display which Mrs. Ralph Johnson has built as part of
the Fort Kobbe Service Club Christmas decoration are (left to right): Pfc. Charles Ussery,
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Rosita ftrcU-___________________________(D.8. Arsey Photo)
one-half million volumes gratis. Federal Bureau of Investigation
agents.
Escaped Insane
Slayer Captured
In Washington r
SEATTLE, Wash., Dec. 23 (}
James Shelton Truelove,
vtcted slayer and eseaper :
the North Carolina hospital for
the criminally Insane, was ar-
rested on a street here today bv
Truelove. 31. was the subject
of a recent episode of the tele-
for the killing of Deputy Sheriff T-.L^ A-l.. 4
Lester Lewis in Fayeitevllle, N.C., Talf AC 1)11 V 1 HQUT
Dec. 8, 1950. He fired four bul- ** VIII f IVIII
lets into Lewis while the deputy
was transporting him to a po-
lice station for questioning.
He went Insane after bis con-
viction and was moved to Dlx
Hill state hospital for the crim-
inally insane at Raleigh, N.C. He
pedhom there Dec. 11.1M4/J
love will be returned to
Central Prison at Raleigh, Auer-
bach said.
Churches were supplied with
more than four and-one-half
million Bibles at or below cost
for their use primarily in out-
reaoh into their
and one and one-half million |SSh-,if1 charge of the Seattle
more volumes were circulated PBJ_rfice' **A th Program had daughter.
To Win Atom War.
Says Congressman
WASHINGTON,' Dec. 2S (DP)
Rep. Clarence Cannon said today
recent military maneuvers demon-
strated that an atomic war win
be won or lost in the air sad de-
cided "within an hour."
The Missouri Democrat, who as
chairman of the House Appropria-
tions Committee is familiar with
through distributors.
The total number of Scrip-
tures distributed by the Society
since Its founding In 1816 has
reached 468.231.012.
BALBOA'S
HOLIDAY PRESENTATION
DECEMBER 24 25 26
^SMfl'-'mw-^'
_____^j_____
^^B I
.... Walt Disney unfolds, the rich treasures
of nature as he reaches deep into the heart of America
to bring you the different, the daring,
the remarkable in entertainment!
nothing to do with Truelove's
arrest. ,
Auerbach said Truelove was
arrested standing on a street
near a drive-in restaurant In the
West Seattle district a little less
than two hours after he had ar-
rived from New York City by
bus.
Auerbach said he couldn't re-
veal, how the FBI knew where to
find him but added: ''I sure wish
I could." ,
Truelove had 14 cents In his
pocket when he was Dicked up.
His trip from New York had
taken six days. He is not eligible
for bond.
Truelove was given a mandat-
ory life sentence Jan. 20, 1951,
Late Shows Tonight
10:30 p.m.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
"WHERE THE
SIDEWALK ENDS"
?
MARGARITA
DETECTIVE
STORY"
Truelove has a prison record
in Washington also. During
World War II while he'was
working in the Anacortes, Wash., the nation's top military secrets,
shipyards, he was convicted of said this was proved in last
second-degree burglary. True-, month's sagebrush maneuvers in
^vision program "Wanted." But love has been married twice and. Louisiana.
communities, special agent Richard C. Auer- deserted both wives, Auerbach-j He said attacking air forees
" said. Ji0 also has a 12-year-old armed with simulated atomic wea-
pons destroyed the entire defend-
ing fdrce In the maneuvers within
40 minutes.
The attackers jammed the de-
fending radar, and the defenders
were caught largely by surprise.
"The next war will be won or
lost in the air," Cannon said in
an interview. "Although there
still will be desultory fighting, it
will be decided within an hour."
Cannon said he welcomed the
fact that the administration's step-
ped up defense budget "at 1 s s t
conoedes the importance of sir
power."
He also said the administration
hopes to find in guided missiles a
more reliable defense for the na-
tion.
Defense secretary Charles E.
Wilson has said guided missile
spending will be upped from a-
bout $750,000,000 to 11,800,000,009
i next year.
NEVER SUCH A PARADE OF GREAT SONG HITS!...
"GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES
RELEASE AT THE ^CENTRAL" THEATRE, SUNDAY 25th
//
Although gentlemen prefer blondes, they
marry brunettes. That's the theory advanced
by Anita Less, whe wrote "Gentlemen Prefer
Idas," as well as the story that Inspired
"GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES.' the
new Cinemascope Technicolor musical star-
ring Jane Reasell and Jeanne train.
The beautiful team of Jane and Jeanne
give gentlemen a chance to take their pick
in -GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES" by
appearing both as brsmettes and blondo*.
Jane and Jeanne play dual roles: as a sing-
ing-danee team of 196o, they are bsanoste;
as their own mother and anart, a singing-
dancing team of 1915, they.are blendes.
MMUi


DAT, DECEMBER ti, 19M
HI pAJIAMA AMMUOAM All IMMMNbmT BAIIT NEWSPArr.lt
PAGE

eWr aninTM Winners of the Ft Doria ladles ringtr
ewaK. moat ringers; Viola Pavllce-, flrit low net, Louise R*y-
F no^7lowro. andstttene Mato, oaoopd tow net.
N FRANCISCO (tfE)-Foot-
has changed so much in cha
-,: and characters, a player
from It five years would be-
in a welter of Z-ouU, fjares
other gobbledy-gook, maintans
Albert of the tters. .
t's this about a priva:*
wdown bstwssn Reef Sanders
Hardiman Curetort, the U-
eaptain hU each hat een-
y downgraded?
the proa are hardened
blase? After six years in the
fteWff>coge*,,tU,l Sur
ovan, the 262-pound tackle of
Colts, still loses his breakfast
every game. >. And how
it GiDO Marchetti, the P r o
end, cloth clenched between
teeth aa a dressing room doc
manipulated his separated
er back hi place, rasping,
I go back in the second
Doc?" es). ...
their curran rapport,
/t too long *o LA pre-
Babe McCoy spat in the
of Al Woill In Itow of ring-
handclasp. .
Nomellini of'tte 49en, on-
ly over being confined to of-
tackle, may give }t all op
his lucrative mat career. .
i only thing that kept Alan A-
che from a dual wrestlUg-grtd
eer was the Hourshe- rdn't
the life of graveling all .the
and besides, that pur-
$100,000 mat offer was a

Spot Pin Or Line Bowler?
Take Choice, Stick To It
i
LOW-DOW*' Ewart
gieter, 7-2 South African, picks!
up a pocket-sized British re-i
porter to hear questions better.'
Potgieter was on his way home
from England after giving upj
.what had b*pi -a < arefutlv-
.p_lanned_.rinj_ career.r ^__J
mest diegreeefully rvn
loss box in the country is Ke-
Stadiom, leaded with peH-
I dead-heads in the choice
kuck'Taylor inaisU he did not
Michigan State over UCLA
I the Rose Bowl, as quoted ...
lications are that Pappy Wal-
will be back at Cal next sca-
because of a sympathy tide...
amerciah) for the telecast of
Rose Bowl game must all be
beforehand by the Pacific
last Confrence. ...
I There's reakle baehftold star
Mm NFL who ean Kereehr
English. . he's get a eel-
d*gi*r*>, i
^Jlege of the Pacific, a power
Song the dwindling independents
the coast, hi ia real financial
ble. . saddle* with a mort-
stadium that cost $300,000
Bre than anticipated. .and un
to average the" 19,009
paid
rt will clearthe nut Bigg**!^ If bO0B
Ipe for salvation is phenom hatllg
Art Doeoys* .
back Dick Bass coming up from
the freshmen who,. eaya-Coaeh
Moose Mvefi, could play regular
halfback on any professional loam
-right now,!. '
eltimere tackle Tern finnm,
orto of the beet, hi being ferc-
od nto retirement. '. because
the Chicago pellet force, hi eff-
...son aajjl^,^ M|
to the sanWsnV ho getsor the
annual leave e# absent to play
ball. ...
It's true George. ka*. *=
grid ranks. . but George still has
to master the art o chfcguig
plays en the line of scrimmage to
counter shifting defenses. . and
Ameche has a long way to go m
other arta of fUUkaeking >>*
^?^gbeyndPaS.,*SrtI
,encXgBi.ifiiii,..n..o
basketball's euWandlng per-
former at the UnhfertMy * *"
Francisca, was 0. Mgf aeheol
third-strmger until his senior
TB*twee'n-you'n'me, it becomes
ever more apparent Atoe Cuahiug
did one of the great selling jo*
in sports history when he landed
the 1900 Winter Olympics for
Squaw Valley m the High Sierra^
because he's entirely dependent on>
CstoterfCal^ato^BMncc
the $3 miUien needed to finish the
tame altea ... and upwards of
$20 million in road <^cui
there. . the whole Pptoc
boom if the togialature
Thirteenth of II Mtustratod and
Mltrvctnf9 irtwl-n writttti
for NBA Snrvtoe
By BUZZ PAXIO
ABC Masters Champion
What do you took at when you
deliver your ballthe pina or toe
alley
Your answer decides whether
you're a pin bowler er a spot
bowler.
Both spot and pin (or "h e a d-
pin") bowling ara baaed en an i
magiaary line from the 14 pock
et to the foul line. That's the line
your ball should travel.
If you're a pin bowler, y o alt
gance at the pins to fix that line
your mind and a* you start
your delivery, your eyes wl re-
main fixed on that 1-3 pocket.
A spot bowler will glance at Ibe
pina at he takes his stance. But
he'll fix in his mind the spot
where that imaginary lino crosses
the foul line, that's what he'll
look at all during his delivery
the spot on the alley Just beyond
the foul line where he wants to
Ct down Ma ball. The true spot
wler never looks at the pins
luring his delivery.
Before you choose your system,
remember that the effectiveness
of spot bowling is based on the
bowler's anility to repeat his ac
tions the ssme way each time ho
delivers a ball. This makes spot
bowing more effective far the ex
Lion Recruits
DldnlHavtTo
Bt Platooned
DETROIT (NEA> AH three of
the Detroit Lions' 1955 top draft
chokes wound op playiag pot i-
tiona different from those for
whlih they were aeleted. .
Dave Middleton was tabbed as
an offensive halfback, developed
lato one of football's finest often
sive ends. Jim SaUbury was pick-
ad as a defensivo middle guard,
wound up playing offensive tackle,
arris McCord was selected a
an offensive tackle, earned Its
spurs aa a regular defensive toe
perieneed bowler.
The development of the Bruns-
wick range-finder has done much
to popularize "lino" bowung, a
third system. The range-turaer is
a system of coordinated direction-
al guides that start U foot behind
too foul line and extend 16 feet
beyong it. With these scientifical-
ly arranged dota and arrows a
bowler can develop very good ac
curacy with the "line" system.
"Line" bowling combines t h e
best features of the pin and spot
systems. You check your stertinz
and finishing positions at the fou
line, then your spot on .the alley
over which your ball should roll,
and loft, the 1-3 pocket. With this,
you have four check-points dur-
ing our delivery. Because of this,
a groat many top bowlers are line
bowlers.
But try these systems to see
which works best for you. Then
stick to yours and practice it.
NIXT: Butt Fazio's Secret.
Nelson, Hornsby
In Texas Sports
Hall Of Famous
DALLAS, Tax. (NEA) Byron'
Nelson will be inducted into the
Texan Snorts Hall of Fame here,
Dec. H, along with Rogers Horns
by.
The announcement says the golf-
er and ballplayer brought lasting
honor, to the Lone Star State. E-
leetsov sre by Texas aporta writ-
era. Previously elected ware Bon
Hogan and Mrs. Babe Zaharias ot
golf., baseball's Tria Speaker and
football's Sammy Baugh.
College Cage
Scores
KINTUCKY TORNAMNT
Dayton 89, Kentucky 74.
Minnesota 90, Utah 77.
CHARLOTTE CLASSIC
Wake Forest M, Clemson 79.
Colgate 87, Tennessee #3.
Miss SUto 79, Florida State 74.
Boston Univ $7, Davidson 99.
CUNTICO TOURNIY
Quantico Marines 94. Akron 74.
Mt. St. Marys 98, Ball State 79.
Lemoyne (NY) 93, lona (NY)
70.
The ceremony will be a feature
of Cotton Bowl weak.
BOWL JINX TO BRUINS
PASADENA, Calif. (NEA)Red
Sanders doesn't figure to have
much trouble firing up the UC1.A
team, for the Rose Bowl game
with Michigan State, Jon. 1 The
Bruins hsve never won s Rose
Bowl game. .
A LOSER Luciant Pares!
pose at Tropical Park to shew
the price a losing jockey pays
when the' track S sloppy.
if \
"
a*t.
Record Books
FORT WORTH-(NEA)- Texas
Christian's Southwest Conference
champs this season compiled the
largest number of records in too
school's 58-year football history.
Some 19 marks were shattered
as the Horned Frogs took nine out
of 10 games on the way to their
Cotton Bowl date with Mississippi
at Dallas, Jan. 2.
The oldest record to fall was the
school's all-time scoring mark
7$ points set by Cy Leland in 1929.
NEAAll-Amenca Jim SwWc got
125 points this season to smash it.
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES
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MADURITO'S
Georgis Tchrs 90, Wabash 91.
ARRIS ISLAND TOURNIY
East Carolina 98, Georgetown
(Ky) T2.
Pfeiffer (NC) 98, Piedmont 86.
High Point 100, Parris I s 1 a d
Marines 93.
Eton 108, Krakine 98.
RAIT
Setoo Hall 61, Colby 54.
Brooklyn College 83, Brande! 79.
Fairtoigh-Dickinson 94, Salem
(WVa) 94.
CCNY 79, Queens (NY) 67.
Geneva 83, Carnegie Tech 86.
Yeshiva 82, Psce (NY) 55.
Long Island Aggies 7T, Bloom-
field 76.
Jersey City JC 81, NY Commu-
nity 56.
SOUTH
N.C. State 95, Brighem Young
Miss Southern ;90, S'c a s' t e r n
Louis'na M.
MIDWEST
Michigan Sute 84, Notre Dame
79.
Kansas 2, Southern Methodist
Vandcrbilt 98, Nebraska tt.
Louisviito 84, Marquette 68.
Washington (St. L) 75, Idaho 62.
Cincinnati 87, Depauw 58.
Evansyille 94, Valparaiso 71.
Depaul 94. Wayland (Tex) 56.
Phillips Oilers 82, Arkansas 58.
Valley City (ND) 92, Bern id ji 91.
Kansas Weatoyan 98, Phillips U-
niv 75.
Maryville (ND) 95, Bismarck
(ND) 74.
SOUTNWIST
Rice 92, Auburn 90.
Houston 98, Kansas Stale 69.
Memphis State 98. Arizona 92.
Kentucky Wosleyan 78. Midwest-
ern 70.
PAR WIST
Stanford 56, Dartmouth SI.
Michigan 81, Oregon 71.
Southern Cal. 94 Santa Clara 49.
Oregon State 63, Northwestern
Denver 65,-towTstfie M.
California 64, Tempe M.
Colorado State 96, Wayne (Neb)
61.
Gonzaga 93, Carroll (Mont 68.
Pueblo JC 99, Air Force Acade-
my 60.
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Attendance, Belling
Al Races Show Drop
In N.Y. During 1955
NKW YORK. Dec. 23 (UP>
Official turf figures released to-
day ahow both attendance and
bettlnc dropped this year In New
York 8tt.
The New York Racing Com-
mission reports attendance was
off lust under throe por cw.t
during the 197-day New York
season. Wagering was lower by
some two oer cent. Despite this,
the New York State tea share
was a record .38.049,932, This
waa the result of the state tak-
ing an additional one per cent
suallv shared by New York Ci-
te and Nassau and Saratoga
Counties.
Official figures also show Bel-
air stud led the other atables In
earnings with some $326,000.
Sunny Jim Fltzslmmons was the
leading trainer In New York
with 53 Winners. Ted Atkinson
was the number one Jockey in
wins with 171 but Eddie Arcaro
was the top money winner with
some 9980,000.
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ferie, Polemon Continue Feud In Feature Tom orr
Chivilingo, Begonia,
Vulcanizado To Start
In $650 Mile Run Also
Eric and Polemon, two of the roost successful
of a group of Chilean thoroughbreds brought here
early this year, w^ll continue their feud in tomor-
row's featured $650 one mile gallop for Class C im-
ported horses at the Juan Franco race track.
Eric, which races under the
colors of cagy veteran Isaac
"Maestro" Gustlnes, barely nosed
out Polemon last Saturday for
place money in a race thai was
easily won by speedy -Alormlna.
In a previous meeting, Polemon
scored at will while Eric/ailed
to finish in the money. This Is
more or less the "rubber" match
Accomplished Chilean jockey
Fernando Alvarez will guide
Eric. Luis Glraldo, a pretty good
Colombian rider, has the leg up
on Polemon. Glraldo and Pole-
mon have already visited the
winner's circle together.
In-and-outer Chivilingo, weak-
le-rged Begonia and stout-heart-
ad Vulcanizado complete the
five horse field. Marcos Hurley
will ride Chivilingo, Bias Aguirre
will do the booting on Begonia
and Julio Jimenez Jr., as usual,
will be aboard his slater's Vul-
canizado.
Chivilingo wound up close be-
hind the leaders in Ust Satur-
oay's blanket finish for place
amnog Eric, Polemon and Ca
ehafaz. Begonia was a trailer In
that race. Vulcanizado won his
last start in the lower bracket
at win odds of $04:80 per ducat.
Eric and Polemon are sure to
be mutueis choices but this is a
nice setup for any of the other
three-starters to score an upset
at juicy payoff prices.
Nine other races are Included
on an attractive program.
These Film Critica Don't Award Oscars
OVER-EXPOSED
By MURRAY OLDIRMAN
BALTIMORE (NEA) Don
Kellett, president of the Baltimore
Colts, csa hardly wait for the first
load of brawn to lean over hi*
desk, waggle a finger and say, 'I
got a raise coming. You shoulda
seen the goal season I had."
Now let's sYe," Don will begin,
reaching back for an indexed
notebook crammed with multiple-
ciphered pages.
"Gripovicn, Gregory
m-m. In the Packer game you got
a 47. Against the Giants ... let's
see ... 54. That first Bear game
was 76. Not bad.
"Now that you mention it,
Gripo, who needs you?"
The numbers are the grade tal
lies given a player for his per-
formance in each game, based
on inspection of the movies, a
practice rapidly spreading through
m -m-' football until you now can detail
Sullivan Award Names
No Mystery For Once
SCOTCH WHISKY
Cxchulvt Distribuan: CIA?"CVKNOS, S. A.
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By JIMMY BRISLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) The
Amateur Athletic ilnion seems to
realize there are better quiz shows
roundwhat with the 184,000
question et iland has mad* this
year's Sullivan Award ballot eaay
to figure out.
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The Sullivan Award goes, of
course, to the top amateur athlete
of the yesr, AAU version. Normal-
ly the list of nominees is someth-
ing out of a corner of the sports
world nobody but the AAU seems
to know about. They puzzle near-
ly everybody with it.
This year, however, the AAU
actually lists a top college football
playerHopalong Cassady. Then
there are a couple of top runners,
a lady diver, two swimmers and
one relative unknown, Harold Con-
nolly, a hammer thrower.
In the past, the AAU has main-
tained that more college football
snd basketball players were not
nominated because they were not
true amateurs. This season, it
seems, they have found a pure one
in Cassady.
Which should bring a smile to
Coach Woody Hayes. Woody, you
know, caused a small sensation
when somebody reported bis habit
of loaning players money.
WHILE ON AWARDS, they
should hand one to Tommy Bolt
for the boner of the year. Bolt, in
charging that the gallery always
helps Sam Snead stay out of
trouble, contradicts everything usu-
al in golf.
To begin with, -a gallery is a
king-sized headache for the golfer.
More often than not, you wind up
watching your bail bounce from
person to person as i fit were on
a four-wall handball court and
then come to a rest in the loving
confines of a mole hole.
The best example of this was
Roland Hancock's showing in the
1928 National Open at Olimpia
Fields. He needed a pair of fives
to win it all and once the word got
around the mobs gathered.
Roland played the last two holes
as if it were a ping-pong g am
with the crowd. He took a pair of
sixes and blew the title.
Galleries help nobody as a rule
except t h e golfers' bankrolls.
Snead ia still the largest single
name on the tour. He draws the
crowdsand at better than three
dollars a pop, too. Why Bolt, who
has not been having trouble eating
regularly, should knock the guy
who brings in the dough is tough
to understand.
ONI LAST AWARD should go
to th one who sat a tringskle for
the Olson-Robinson fight. He had
seen Bobo fight only once before
sgainst Archie Mooreand when
Olson took the 10 count against
Robinson, oar man shook his head:
This gay never gets up," he said.
MORI THAN ONI college bas-
ketball coach wails that high
school coaches are not preparing
their players for better competi-
tion.
Kerntit Blosser of Ohio Univer-
sity, for example, pins everything
on the zone defense. "It's easier
for a high school coach to teach,
he says. "And when the boy ar-
rives in college he knows nothing
sbout defense. And a zone defense
oa a big college court doesn't laat
too long."
Blosser is one part of the chain.
Pro coaches, you see, yell a col-
lege coaches for poor teaching.
The same for college and high
school coaches. And the Mfh
school coaches would hke to yell
at parents who enroll boys under
a game in figures. Toss those ad
jectives on the spike. Give the
man a "4" far that downfield
block.
The big business over the winter
for such organization as the
Cleveland Browns is a minute re-
view of the 1955 game filma for
each man'a performance on every
play of every game.
Teams like the ColU and the
Los Angeles Rams refined the
practice to actual grading during
^"5 " .tn,t Payer's place
in the lineup from game to game
depends on his per cent score. The
Chicago Bears adopted the prac-
tice for the first time this year.
"A guy can make two long runs
for a touchdown during a game,"
y .Charley Winner, the alert
backfield coach of the Colts, "and
you think, 'Gee, he played a
whale of a game.' Then you cheek
his tally sheet and find that on
the other 99 plays he wasn't do-
ing anything. Is he pulling his
weight?*7^ ^^
Bun Nutter was standing under
the movie marquee out in Pasa-
dena the night before a game
when he spotted s busty blonde
across the street. The CoH de-
fensive end dodged through Cali-
fornia traffic to his destination.
"Give the man a V," yelled
Winner. A "3" means he carried
out his Assignment with good
technique.
"To be a championship player,"
says Charley, "you should get a
'3' on 70 to 80 per cent of your
plays. A 'V grading means you got
the job done, but with poor tech-
nique. You're an average ball play
er, not a champ."
''The best thing sbout the grad-
ing system," says six year vet
eran Art Donovan, an all pro de-
fensive tackle, "is that it keeps
you from loafing. That camera's
always on you. If you're ahead
and stsrt to ease up, look out,
brotherthe grade goes down."
And so does the salary.
Juan Franco Graded Entri
PA
Jockey Wgt.
COMMINT
1st Rae. "H-2" Xmee^eA4Vi Fea. aw* ejujo ^
RST RACE Of THI OOUBLI
by
JOE WILLIAMS
WHAT MAKES AN ALL-AMERICA football player? "A long
run and an inspired, sports writer." Some credit the line to Bob
Zuppke, under whom Red Orange starred at Illinois, but I beard
It first from Knute Rockne In a downtown speakeasy In the com-
pany of the late Mark Helllngerwho was closer to the Notre
Dame maestro than many of the press-box pundits.
There is corroborative testimony from Stu Holcombe, who
wat in charge of the Purdue herd laat season. Purdue hadn't
tried a lateral past in nine yean, but in the Michigan State
game, with the ball on the latter"! seven, Holcombe's fullback,
acting on his own, threw one. tori Morrall,, the enemy quar-
ter, intercepted and ran 93 yards to score. Holcombe turfted to
one of his assistants on the bench and drily Observed: "That
tDUl put him on everybody's All-America," did, too.
NCIDBNTALLY, HUGH (DUPFY) DAUOHERTY, 195S
Scripps-Howard Coach of the Year, is flying from Pasadena, to
receive the award on Ed Sullivan's Toast of the Town program
next Sunday night Emphasising the campus motif, the Michigan
sute Olee Club will also participate. As an aside to a younger
generation, Sullivan was one of our town's top sport writers,
and an able reporter as wella combination that does not always
follow as a matter of course. I remember, with continuing chag-
rin, he .scooped everybody when Bob Jones quit golf to make
movie shorts, thereby forfeiting his amateur status. As Jones had
just completed his matchless Grand Shun, this was page one
news.
1Oonsaga
JD. Duchess
3Hurlecano
4Crusade
5Copadora
6Al Al
7Choya
8Granero
8(8. Peiner
10(Westow
J. Jimne
O. Ramos
M. Ycaxa
O. Prescott
B. Aguirre
J. Avila
A. Ycaxa
J. Phillips
J. Ongora
K. flores
107x Would upset
I07xMust show more
110 Might beat rating
118 Has good speed
115 Won last impressively
-18 Should answer now
115 Might make it here
110 In-and-outer
118 -Plenty speed, falters
118 Returns from layoff
lad Rae. "H-l" he*~Md I MB. P.. $400.00 fmt Oases
SICOND RACI OF THI DOUBLI ^^
1Bright Blade a. Ubidla
4Juilacoya A. Credidio
3-Proud Pearl A. Yeas
4Encachada A. Gomales
SSalustlo L. Olraldo
Newbrlghton De Leon
7Vertlcordla R. Gomes
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m Last was revealing
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118 rjengeroua contender
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113 Distance suits style
les Rae. "C-D" NaHve
1% fes. Paras $825.00
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3Ika
4-Uboria
5Daniel
Ongora
Montero
J.
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T. Alvares
M. Ycaxa
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W**-8est early foot
?2 -pjPPWtated in last
119 Was never better
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107 Could make it here
107 Rates fair chance
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QUINIELA
On Saturday, Dave Stephens, Australian milkman, outfoot-
ed both Sandor lharos and Lattlo Tabori of Hungary in the
5000. a noteworthy performance that only confirmed track and
fielders can savor to the fullest. lharos set five world distance
records this year, with Tabori crowding him on more than one
occasion. Stephens' winning time. 14:07.2, was ordinary, but he
demonstrated his capability by running the distance in 13:31 t
last February. A slump followed from which he may only now
be emerging. T
THE NEW YORK GIANTS finished ninth In attendanee-ta
pro football this year. This U a sorry showina by a team with
no competition in the nation's largest city, and is only fraction-
ally explained by two bad-weather Sundays. Por too many years
now both the schedule and the personnel have been' unattrac-
tive. Championships have become an empty dream, and we sel-
aom get to see teams like the Bears, Rams, liona and Packers.
The only wheel In town U fine for the proprietor, but the cus-
tomer must either take It, or leave.lt alone. The Giants' 163,847,
as against the Rams' 397,997 is a significant commentary.
Oh. 1 almost forgot: Whatever became of three dimensional
fight movies? Perhaps the promoters never recovered from their
first experiment when Rocky Marciano stopped Jersey Joe Wal-
cott in less than a round, and there wasn't enough film foot-
age to make a trailer, W
wap, even Jim Norris has
in Miami for Marciano. .
training now," the IBC poohbah confesses.
AT LEAST ONE MEMBER of the AAU executive committee,
. which has reopened the Wes Santee case, feels the roller should
be barred from all competition until charges he overstressed
the fictional content of his swindle sheet are proved or disproved.
In this the commltteeman has the support of the Influential
A very Brundage, who clings to the anachronistic view that rules
are written to be respected, and that an athlete cant be an
amateur and a professional at the same time. Droll fellow.
Reports that the Hanover Bank intends to install mutuel
ivtndows seem exaggerated. Leslie Combs who got up aft that
dough for Nashua, was a member of the legendary Praying
Colonels o/ Centre College, but history remains mute as to
what part, if any, he played in the startling upset of Harvard
in 1921. The records imply he did not make Ms letter until the
1-Mr. Poot
2-Palrlyable
SHtocndalo
4Zaratustra
5-Sedur
-W. Strang
.7Paragon
1M Depends en mood
U7xDistance to liking
}il* ^ITiissJIy runs well
ISP-SW t*rl'r io*
1M -Can't go lower
llta-Lacka early speed
liftoesnt aeem likely
101 -Set pace, faltered
Pfls.Pn. $000.00 Peel desea 2
L. Olraldo 118 -Barely missed last
t^aZemiM -To indicates
\ a!E: ?25 -J**"1 *o beatta mod
B. AgulnB 109 -Poor effort In last
- d iS?" llSx-wUl fight It out
V. Castillo 108 -Barry peed only
H. Ruiz 105 -Notnlngio Indicate
B* urn H-l- tap*** I MB. Pum $400M _ iw Cha |
niST RACI Of THI DOUBLI
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r, let alone a full-length feature. By the
has abandoned hope of a February match
mo. "If he intended to fight he'd be in
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sad Auburn and 28 by losers Bay^
lor and Auburn.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER S3. 1*55
TUR fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NRWSPAN
EAGR
***
\Carta
Yankees Plan To Get Going Tonight
BELT1N' BOBBY Chesterfield outfielder Bobby Prescott Is congratulated after hitting his
second two-run homer last night In the Smoke ri' 12 to S rout of the Spur Cola Sodamen. It
was the first time thli season that a batter had hit two roundtrippera In one game. Shown
left to right: first baeeman David Roberta, Smoker batboy, second-string catcher Calvin Byron
and Prescott. ____________________ > ___________________
TANDING:
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet.
Last
Teams-
Spur Cola............ 8
Chesterfield.......... 4
Carts Vieja.......... 1
1
4
8
.889
.500
.111
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Cheiterfield 12, Spur Cola 5
TONIGHTS GAMES (2) Olympic Stadium
Carta Vieja (Stempel 0-* and Harris 0-SJ
- vs. .
Chesterfield (Oserio 0-0 and Hughes 0-1)
Game Tim: 6 o'clock
Spur Cela Ah R H
Olenn, cf ....... S 1 I
Charles, ab-lb ... 4 0 1
Lopez, 2b-3b .....4 1 0
P Osorio, rf ..... 5 0 1
Moore, as ........5 0 3
a Orenald. If ...... 3 1 3
1 Reliman, c ......4 0 0
McDonald, c ..... 0 0 0
Gordon, lb...... 3 0 0
Al. Brathwalte, 2b 1 0 0
Trice, p ......... 2 1 1
Thome, p ....... 1 1 0
Gonzales, p .....0 0 0
3',4
7
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Hotel EK Panama .. 31
Restaurante Skyebaf c.
Seymour Agency ........ 22
Auatln-Naah ......' 1
n
33
26
SO
Austln-Vaih and wound up high
man.
Team Standngs
.Jl-. ,. .
Wllber
Feger
Lowande
iBowen
Restaurante' Skychef atayed Coffey
aix points behind Hotel El Pan-
ama when each team fcored
three to one vlctoriea in the.
Classic Bowling League on the
twelfth night of the seaon. Bud
Balcer led the Skychef team Stephens
while Chuck McGarvey was high I Thomas
Hete MiFanaana
no
177
144
100
103
177
214
164
170
237
201
196
170
193
592
494
557
623
Pe
S
3
3
2
3
1
3
0
7
0
0
0
0
37 S 11 24 13
Chesterfield
Austin m ...'.... 4 2
Prescott, .if......4 3
Roberta; lb
Stewart, cf
8chell, If ..
arris, sb .
aen, c ..
rd. 2b
imaley, p
Elston/ p .,
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
0
33 12 10 37 13
Sour Cola
Cheater.
000 022 001 5
202 330 012
11
10
88 061 925 2769
Auctin-Nash
man for Seymour Agency.
Aimed
'Roaere
Beat .
Seymour Agency
Hermann
Larrabee .
Bates
McGarvey
Colbert .
. 159
. 138
. 161
.233
216
171
200
m
16*
141
i6r
17?
175
147
1S3
491
510
514
54*
547
160
167
141
169
ISO
172
188
204
212
182
817 098 044 2719
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED I.EAGITE
Team .Standings
907 S65
Restaaralne Skychef
Pue ...
Anderson
Welch .
Gleichman
Balcer . .
177
162
173
138
310
212
170
1S5
181
189
838 2610, Termites........ v 30
carlb ......;., 19
Rranfff Airways......If
Seymour Agency......16
SUMMARY RBI's: Prescott,
4, Roberts. Schell, Charles, p.
, ,OW)o, Bernard. Austin 2. Glenn
*u S.nawrla, Queen. Earned rftns:
158 I Jf (on bases: Chesterfield t, "Spur
Col 9. Home runs: Prescott 2
Three base hit*: Glenn. Two
base hits: Charles. Roberta 2
Trice. Glerm. P. Oaorio. Sacri-
,1e h,t: Austlr|. Schell. Hit pv
pitch: Thorne, (Stewart), B-
aton (Lopea). wild pitch:
Grlmslev. struckout by: Grims-
ley. 1, Elston. 6. By: Trice 1
sea on balls off: Orimsley, *.
5&". V Off: Trlre 2, Thorne 4
Pitchers' record: Trice 7 runa 4
hita in 4 innings: Grfmslev 4
ri'ns. 10 hits in 5 2/3 lnninas:
Thome 6 runs. S hits In 3 in-
ikf" , two batter in
8th 1. Errors: Spur CoJa 3
Sm rl"t J- .0r(,on Chester-
field l (Parrlsi. Lpsine; pitcher.
Trice (4-1). Winnlne: pitcher:
Orimsley <3-0>. Umpires: Thorn
ton. Coopin, Hinds. Time
came: 2:47.
143
178
?00
230
181
480
533
545
611
550
Stempel, Harris To Go
Against Osorio, Hughes
By J. J."HARR1sON JR.
The Carta Vieja Yankees are scheduled to play
the Chesterfield Smokers this evening at the Olym-
pic Stadium in the first doubleheader meeting of the
teams this season. The first match, set for seven in-
nings, will begin at 6 o'clock.
Sports Shorts
OLYMPIC TRACK COACH
MtaneapoUs (NEA) Jim
Kelly of Minnesota will be the
head coach of the United State.
track and field team ia the Ohiaa-
>ic Games ia Melbourne, Nov. 22-
ec. 1.
6
PLIMTV OP KICKS
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA
Earl Morrall. Michigan State's
quarterback,, led the nation's col-
lege puntera with a 42.9 average.
Make her really happy with an
Elecrrolux Vacuum Cleaner
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES
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OPEN TILL P.M. UNTIL XMAS
Carta Vieja's Cookle Stempel
<0-l) and BUI Harris (0-3) have
been assigned to face A'herta
Osorio (0-0) and Tommy Hughes
Laat n'ght the Smokers,
sparked by two twa-rua hom-
ers by outfielder flabby rres-
cett, and the combined pitali-
ing of lefty Ross Grimsley and
righthander Don Eratpn. rave
the Spur Cola Sodamen arc
firat sat back of the aeasaa by.
tha score of 13 te 5.
Preseetta, first blast, a line
shot over the left field fence",
came in the firat inning aftei
Frank Austin waa safe on third
baseman Herman Charlea' ;rror
He hit bis. other, four-bagger
in the fourth after Austin again
got on base on a mlacue by firat
baseman Harold Gordon.
QrbMley. who gave way la
Elston in the ninth, picked up
hht third win against ao loas-
es. He Mattered ten h'ts, per-
mitted lour runs and taaiie*
his firat free paas In 35 In-
ninga walk to relief harler
Carlos Thorne la the sixth.
Elston displayed the daaa that
prompted the Brooklyn Dodgers
to aCQUtre him in the deal that
sent Russ Meyer to the Chicago
Cubs several.weeks ago.
The firat batter ha faxed was
Hector Lope* in a two-on two-
out situation. Elston threw
three pitches, ail low, or* tha
outside.
On the first deliverv, there
was a awing an* a aalas. The
second waa fouled off. The
third was another awing and
a miss to retire the aide. The
strikebat was M> I'rat of (rva
more in Elston's three and
onc-thlrd-iaaahg stiat.
Bob Trice, the winnlngest
hurler in the loop, drooped his
firat decision aglhat four vlfc
tories. Trice, who did not have
it last night, was followed to the
mound by Thorne in the fifth.
The youngster, making hia
first appearance at tha Olym-
pic Stadium, farad no better
than Trice at the Smokers
lumped on him for five hits and
five tallies during the next three
innings. Another kid hurler
Miguel Gonxales Tufion, worked
the last, two frames.
Outstanding fleMlag play of
th game waa aaae ay Smok-
er e*tfteWWr Bill Stewart la
the third Inning.
Stewart raced In from deep
center field to snare a sinking
liner off the bat of John Olenn.
The heftv. hut fast-moving fly-
chaw slipped on the wet gras'
after making the catch, but held
on to the ball to rob Olenn of
a sure extra-base hit.
Along The Fairways
152
1*7
13S
213
170
541
5M
4*3
532
58!>
1*0 991 637 2624
Tasco.............. IS
Dehllngers Agency. ... . MS
Yankees............. 14
Sleepers............. 14
13
14
15
17
n
ROYAL MOUNTED RINGER'S
FOURTH WEEK RESULTS
The Royal Mounted Ringer at
the Summit Hills Golf Club baa
.lust a month to go and for the
first time one player holds un-
disputed lead.
Howard Tettenburn drew a-
way from the field and fs now
leading by two stroke* with a
of, 66. Leo Eberenz Is second with a
*8 and Ben Williama third with
a 80. Bud Mytr la holding down
fourth place. seven strokes be-
ef their slump to slap down Bey-
mour A-rency two to one Art'oue! hind the leader.
_. *nd Bill jacober were hleh men: "Tat" also has the moat birdies
I* tor their respective teams. I '5> and had the beat score of
Is! i the week an 80 which with his
1ft The Yankeea scored their first'14 handicap >ave him a net 86.
:----- ut-out in the league over!Prises of Royal Mounted ar*
^ranlff Airways and Ear! Beat:given each week for the beat
The Sleepers cast a "snail" had a bis- 5*. "Swede" N>'sn! groas and net scores.
over the Termites and won three ""as high for Braniff Airways I ----------------------
points. Jackie Orlwsbv and Wil PCA RECORD
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AN INDEPENDENT jj^l ltt \f^. DAILY NEWSPAPER .
Manama American
t -
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe'* Abraham-Lincoln.
Hat YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23 ,1955
PTVE CENTS
LEAVES REDI Dr. Otto
John, the Wet German Se-
curity Chief who went to East
Germany lait year, haa re-
turned to the West.
Otto John
To Be Charged
With Treason
BONN, Germany, Dee. S (UP}
Authoritative government sourc-
es said a charge of high treason
would be filad today against Dr.
Otto John, the turnabout security
chief who fled to Communist East
Germany and then fled back a-
fqn.
John's position is the West Bar-
Ha, government was roughly equi-
valent to that of J. Edgar Hoover
in the U.S. government when he
entered East Germany in 1954 and
announced to the world he had
ana. there to seek political asy
rum.
Ha returned U Was* Germany
Dae. 11 after 17 months moot
she Cemmwnisfs and several tripe
te Moscow.
He has been held In Wiesbaden
since then at the headquarters of
the federal criminal police.
Authoritative government sourc-
es said .John also would face a
supplementary charge of covering
up his illegal activities.'.
There waa no immediate expla-
nation of what the "illegal activi-
ties" were though they presuma-
bly would be covered by a big trea-
aon charge.
John's round-trip defection was
one of the major sensations of the
Cold War.
His flight to East Berlin caused
consternation at Bonn and a gov-
ernment crisis.
His return evoked smilee from
Chancellar Kenrad Adenauer who
*M net seem the least bit sur-
prised.
The government sources said
court action against John would
not begin until early in the New
Year but that he would face Christ-
was in jail.
His wife, in Cologne, was in-
formed yesterday that "certain
atepe" were about to be taken a-
gainst him.
Nehru Plans To Feel Out West
On New East-West Conference
LONDON, Dec. 22 (UP) In
dian Premier Jawaharlal Nehru is
preparing to sound oat the west
era powers on the possibility of a
new East-West conference to dis-
cuss disarmament and specifical-
ly a ban on nuclear test Masts,
informed sources disclosed today.
The sources said he is armed
with a fresh Russian go-ahead for
his plan.
They said Nehru would like to
see the talks organised in the
spring, possibly during the visit to
Britian of Soviet Premier N/.oIaf
Bulganin and Soviet Communist
Party chief Nikita S. Khrushchev.
Rut the eeurcee added that
Nehru Is net new seeking te pin
dawn a dormite date or place.
He does net want te sit m en
the conference er act as a me-
diator, they said.
Whether it would be a meeting
at the summit, or st the foreign
ministers' level, or even held at
all, depends on the outcome of im
peding Indian explorations of lhe
sentiment among western govern-
ments and Russian approval of the
plans, the sources said.
They said Nehru Is aitinglng
his chief dlplswaarlc treuble
shooter, U.N. Deltate V. K.
Krishna Manen, te de the spede-
werfc in his beehlf.
Krishna Menon is expected in
London from New York U. N.
headquarters in the next few days.
Although regular Indian envoys
are understood already to have
felt out western reaction to the
project, Krishna Menon will-move
in as Nehru's spokesman in an
effort to plant the idea on take
Lthe payoff soundings before next
Month's Eden-Eisenhower talks in
Washington.
Neither does he insist that the
talks be held on any certain lev-
el, the sources said. But they add-
ed that he envisages a highpower-
ed conference on a loftier level The Washington talks then could
than the ambassadorial plane of aligo Anglo-American ideas on the
the regular United Nations disar-1 project,
mament commission..
ii
Q Police'Raid'
Escobal Community
With Christmas Gifts
Canal Zone police made a
"raid" on Panamanian territory,
but not the kind that la likely
to rente any International re-
percussions.
It all happened in the village
of Eacobal on the north shore
of Gatun Lake yesterday when
gift-laden police launch, Pa-
a, pulled into the picturesque
ttle cove that leads up to the
village.
8omehow police learned there
were 175 children In Escobal.
and broke the figures down even
further to 88 girls and 87 boys.
Leading the expedition war LL
D. V. Howerth.
A reasonable facsimile of old
Santa himself waa Dr. D. E.
Beekley. whose head assistant
was officer Whitman Oarrett.
aklpper of the Paja whose beat
la Gatun Lake.
Bach of the young residents
was surprised with gift pack-
ages of candy, toys and school
euppnes. Although at first thev
Sit watched the unloading of
I gifts In awe, their counten-
ances oulckly chanced to grins
whan they realized the toy
were destined for them.
Hever*l murmure* their shv
"gracias"* while others ttm'dly
Opened the nacknee' an<* thn
broke out into scream of Jov.
It was all the idea of the Oa-
ten Police Station nwonnel,
who were tiren a fl"nni .
1st from the Canal Zone Police
Association. %
Bscob! kids an agreed It was
grand idea.
P*F,HOA TTTUN
SATURDAY. DICCMIIR 24
NIGH LOW
11:14 p.m. 549 ^
Use Common Fire Sense Over
Holiday, Urge CZ Firemen
Don't get burned up over Christmas In other words
Canal Zone residents should nse common sense fire precau-
tions when dealing with those highly Inflamable articles
the Christmas tree, lights, candles and wrappings.
The annual warning and the advice to use extreme cau-
tion haa been Issued by the Canal Zone Fire Division.
Some of the rules, which lncidently are suggested by the
National Board of Fire Underwriters, follows:
Place the tree in the coolest part of the house.
Place the base of the tree In a container of water.
Do not use cotton or paper decorations unless they are
flameproof.
Do not place electric toys, such as trains, around the tree.
Make certain that the wires on the electric tree lights
are no trayed and choose lighting sets bearing markings which
Indicate listing by the Underwriters' Laboratories, Ine.
De not plug or unplug the lights beneath the tree.
Do not leave tree lights burning all night or when no one
Is at home.
If needles near the lights turn brown, change the loca-
tion of. the lights.
When needles start falling, take the tree down and dis-
card it.
Do not use lighted candles on tree.
Dispose of wrapping* and other Christinas trimmings
promptly.
"OH, YES," replied Rita Helta to Santa Claus when asked if
she was a good girl at the Fort Clayton Officers Wives' party.
Rita was one of 40 guests from the Bella Vista Orphanage who
enjoyed a Christmas party given in their honor. There was
the traditional dinner, entertainment and eiffc from Santa
for each girl. Kobbe Soldier Fined
For Reckless Driving
An 18-year-old soldier was fin-
ed $15 for reckless driving today
In the Balboa Magistrate's Court
and an additional 5-day sus-
pended sentence was imposed on
him for falling to report the ac-
cident.
The defendant, Cleburn R.
Talley of the 544th MP Battal-
ion at Ft. Kobbe pleaded guilty
to the two charges. He was also
placed on a six-month suspend-
ed sentence.
Balboa Magistrate pointed out
that the matter would not have
been looked upon as serious if
the soldier had reported the ac-
cident to his company com-
mander or his first sergeant
He asked the officer in charge
of Talley's outfit whether they
were contemplating any disci-
plinary action on the defendant
before passing sentence. The of-
ficer replied In the affirmative.
The Judge then remarked that
he does not like to "double up"
on these cases where both have
jurisdiction, and after Imposing
five-day sentence; he sus-
pended It for six months.
The ear. a 1947 Lincoln coupe,
was badly smashed In the acci-
dent.
La Boca Council
To Give Treat
For 600 Children
The La Boca Civic Council will
extend Christmas cheer to approx-
imately 00 children tomorrow in
the iorm of a mammoth Christ-
mas treat, the first to be had in
many years.
Bags containing candies, pea
nuts, fruits, ic* cream and other
delicacies will be given to the
children.
The showing of a free movie at
1 o'clock will get things off to a
start. The bags will be given out
after the show and on leaving the
theater.
The committee on arrangements
is under the chairmanship of Clive
Bailey, ably assisted by Rupert
Wilson, Ethlyn and Vincent C a r-
ter, John and May Blake, Cleve-
land Roberts, Ruth and Robert
Smith, Christopher Haywood,
Patrick Regist, Franklin Reece.
Muriel and Claude Burgess, ana
Clifford Bovell.
BROWNIES AND GIRL SCOUTS of the Canal znn h. .?.+..
gram of InternaUonal/riendahip. They are K IV^SfL* "**. proJect ,n the,r Pro*
amanlan girl, in El sfilcan. Chiriqui Provine TbSa f eroun ntl/n*'1* ,materlala to Pan-
learning to sew underline volunteer direction o Mra rVKrS J.f^T^11, ^hoolglrl, aro
eager to learn but do sjrtt have materials to use. fSSru^S? t ^i0',*1 V?lcan- "^^ arB
Chriatmas gift packages 0f materials. Other tr oont ro rni&tn^i.Zone.troopg have Mnt
thread and. small scissors to be sent as friendsh to rffu after t% J^ffS 0f mate-ala. v*rn.
is one of many in the -International Friendship utld rll?\L J?? 0t lhe year" Thu PrJect
Canal Zone Brownies gnd Girl Scouts in S tffior^rSr.terJrhSUgi,0Kt ii year by the
the world Scouts and leaders gathered with o nSeatfn? tlJfS,0' "other popples of
front of the table fro* left to right: Roberta Robertson lWn.ClSlu,JR?uP."* ending Jn
rill Simmons, Rita Sot. Back row, left to rig ht- r*ri.?w52*5uU*1 Ellen B^rdaon. Sher-
ny Ryals. Sharon Connor. Linda Sue Blackab? Carol riu *E?I Carter' Joy Mm^ Bun-
ertson. Mrs. Sanford Coffin, Mrs. RobertW Ry ala McClung. Leaders are. Mrs. Robert Rob-
Atlanta Judge Orders
Negroes
Admitted To Public Golf Courses
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Bowling Centers
Shut On Holidays
The bowling centers at Bal-
boa, Diablo and Margarita serv-
ice centers will be closed Christ-
mas Eve, Cristmas Day and next
Monday, a legal holiday, it has
been announced by the Service
Center Division.
The bowling centers also will
remtln closed on New Year's Eve,
New Year's Day and Monday,
Jan. 2, which is also a legal hol-
iday.
THE THREE WISHES
A Christmas Story
BY WALT SCOTT
DrzzYAty)
INAVUAPUF
. SHREWS
AOrVrnss
GOT THE
SURPRISE OF
THE? LIVES
NEXT
MORNW6
THEY SORELY SOUMDMAPPIER
their otp uodses'.j- -4
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"SOUMPSALOTBE*-
eral district judge officially order-
ed the city of Atlante yesterday
to admit immediately Negroes to
all public golf courses.
Judge Boyd Sloan, acting upon
the U.S. Supreme Court's decision
which ruled against the city's Bob-
by Jones golf course earlier, sign-
ed the order at Gainesville where
he was holding court.
The city wss ordered, as loser
in the suit which went to the Su-
preme Court, to psy $100 to the
three Negroes who brought the
action in court. This was to cover
partial expenses of the lawsuit.
The judge ordered the city of
ficials to be "hereby restrained
from from refusing to allow the
plaintiffs and other Negroes simil-
srly situated, because they are Ne-
groes, to make use on the same
basis with white citizens of the
municipal facilities for playing
golf."
Sloan's order also "restrained
and enjoined'' the city from "mak-
ing any distinction on account of
the race or color, or of making or
enforcing any rules or regulations
for the purpose of segregation of
the races in providing opportuni-
ties, advantages snd facilities for
playing the game of golf upon
public courses..."
The judge had' not been expect-
ed court in Atlanta, Jan. 3, but un-
der court procedure it is up to the
winning side in such a suit to pre-
pare an order for the judge to
sign. The Negro plaintiffs prepared
the order and submitted it to the
judge at Gainesville.
City attorney Jack Savage sign-
ed the order and wrote above his
signature that he agreed that the
order conformed to the Supreme
Court's ruling early last Novemb-
er.
Flying Fish Story
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UP)
All of a sudden, William Shannon
said yesterday, there was a crash
"and this fish, dead and frozen
stiff, came through the wind-
shield."
Shannon and George Brinsmsid
were driving to work in nearby
Alexandria, Vs., when it happen-
ed. Both said there Were no other
ears near, no aircraft overhead
and no cover of any kind handy
from which a prankster would
have flung the fish.
"I dont know where it came
from," Brinsmaid said. "Out
the air, I guess."
,1Uie uit. Judge Sloan
ruled against the Negro plaintifta
w 1854, saying they had the right
to city golf courses but only on a
segregated basis.
The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals at New Orleans upheld
Sloan in that decision but it was
re~ed by the Supreme Court.
The plaintiffs were Dr. H M
Holmes and his two sons, Alfred"
Holmes and Oliver W. Holmes.
Pandora Unleashes
Husband's Troubles
LONDON, Dec. 23 (UP) A
less named Pandora, the mytholog-
ists insist, opened a box in justi-
fiably feminine curiosity and un-
sp
A modern Pandora, beauty spe-
leashed a heap of troubl
v at
les.
cialist Joan Porter, got curious
about a locked box in the' attic.
When her husband went away on
business she uncovered a key and
unlocked the box.
And there were the troubles
her husband's diaries meticulously
hoarded since 19*0. They referred
to affair with other women.
They were couched, Mrs. Porter
told the divorce court yesterday,
of in "Anglo-Saxon language."
The judge granted her a decree.
TOMORROW!
BELLA VISTA