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In Chinese Jails
May Soon Be freed
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NEW DELHI, Dec. u (UP) Red Chinese Premier
Chou En-lai indicated here today that Communist China
soon will release Americans held in Chinese jails.
Asked by reporters if there was -any chance of the
Americans being rsleased soon, Chou said "they can get
out before the end of their sentence if they have, good
Informed sources said that Chou told Indian Premier
Jawaharlal Nehru in private talks to convey a message to
President Eisenhower that Red China is willing to release
the detained Americans.
The sources said that In talks
with Nehru yesterday chou said
he does not want to be repaid
for "this action," but hinted he
certainly expected Justice -from
the United states.
He told reporters today that
"I want te point out that there
are still Chinese in American
jails who have not been re released
leased released and sent back to Chi Chins."
The source said Chou told
Nehru that he had "no objec objection"
tion" objection" to meeting Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower personally and discuss "or
clarify" any misunderstanding
which Is hampering peaceful re relations
lations relations between the two coun countries.
tries. countries. Chou met reporters today aft after
er after cancelling a midnight press
He apologized and agreed to
answer a few questions before
Inspecting a guard of honor and
then flying to Poena to.begln a
10-day touf-b! India.
Asked about the- potstblUgujft
better relations between Commu Communist
nist Communist China and 'the U.S. as a re result
sult result of his visit to Nehru and
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP)
The United States imported
$1,074,000,000 of goods in October,
the Census Bureau estimated to today,
day, today, The October figure was approx approximately
imately approximately S per cent higher than
September, 6 per cent higher than
October, 1955, and 13 per cent
higher than the monthly average
Few Well-Chosen Vulgaris Vulgaris Words
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP)-Ifi A couple of years ago the trees! Yesterday morning Fink and
you never saw 10,000 starlings set- were festooned with 500 bags of City Tree Supt. John W. Batson
tie into one sycamore tree, it's be- "secret formula" chemical sup-l sprayed Roost-No-More on big syc
cause you haven't driven down, posed to be obnoxious to the star-l amores in one hard hit block.
Washington's Pennsylvania Ave
nue around dusk on a November
,7Drtwn" is the right word; in
some blocks you can't safely walk.
And maybe now you've missed
your chance. Could be there won't
be a starling problem much long
er. In preparation for President
Eisenhower's second inaugural pa parade
rade parade the District of Columbia is
giving the birds a hot foot.
The local citizenry receives this
news with a certain skepticism.
Officials have been announcing
plans to get rid of the starlings
every year or. so for as long as
the oldest, inhabitants can remem remember.
ber. remember. But somebody always fails to
get the word; the dirty birds are
Each winter evening the state
Ty, leafless trees lining Washing
ton s historic parade route are
blackened (and the sidewalks
whitened) as swarms of chatter chattering
ing chattering starlings land and settle down
for the night.
Most of the ornamental public
buildings in the area also are for
the birds, namely the birds known
normally as sturnus vulgaris vul vulgaris.
garis. vulgaris. Translated from the Latin,
that means roughly they are the
very worst kind.
One year local officials shot
Roman candles into the trees.. The
starlings thought this was fun.
Anti-bird forces sent up balloons.
The birds popped 'em. Stuffed
owls were tied on the limbs. The
starlings perched on their heads
Told Get In Line
PARIS, Dec. 1 (UP) French
Communist Party today ordered
artist Pablo Picasso and nine fel fellow
low fellow Red intellectuals to "get in
step with the working classes" and
stop criticizing the party line on
The 10 accused the partv leader leadership
ship leadership of being less than faithful to
the Marx-Lenin philosophy bv de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the Budapest uprising
and supporting the Soviet blood bloodbath.
bath. bloodbath. -An article in' the communist
daily L'Humanite said they "had
no right to fmnose hir view on
the party by illegal means."
Nehru's coming American visit,
Chou said "the Chinese people
want to be friendly with every everyone."
one." everyone." Turning to an American
correspondent he said: "We
invited you to China, didn't
we" an apparent reference
to a Chinese invitation to
Western journalists to visit
Red China. The U.S. would not
let the correspondents go.
Chou refused to divulge the
contents of his hours long talks
with 'Nehru, saying only that
Nehru and he had become good
friends in the past two years
and they can sit talking about
things for hours.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla Dec. 1 -J
iun wime King, 49-year-oM
Jacksonville Negro, was acquitted
Thursday of committing tax fraud
by listing his two' dogs as depend dependents.
ents. dependents. A federal court jury agreed with
King's attorney that the Negro
listed his dogs, "Willie King Jr."
and "Enon King" on his tax re
turn in good faith
The prosecution had argued, that
King knew he was doing wrong
because he went to the trouble of
changing the dogs' names from
"Tojo" and "Spot", Prosecutors
also pointed out that "Enon" is
"none" spelled backwards.
ling. Vulgaris vulgaris wasn't of-
Last year the government rigged:
up a sound truck with hi-fi amoli-
flers and recordings of a star-
ling's distress call. They ran this
around and around the Archives
Building, a wett-known rookery,
Except for the starlings, it scared!
the wits out of everybody. circled. Squawking birds by the
They have tried charged wires, thousand peeled off for a landing,
sharp spikes, flapping aluminum But claw no sooner had touched
foil. Once firemen sprayed the branch than each frustrated star star-birds
birds star-birds with high-pressure hoses. ling took wing again in a hurry.
This didn't work either, but there Trees that had been black with
was theory the birds needed a
And now comes Joseph Fineness ft hik said each bird left
from Skokie, 111., with a yellow
brown sticky fluid he calls Roost-No-More.
Fink claims for his prod product
uct product a perfect score in many anti anti-bird
bird anti-bird campaigns.
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BIRTHDAY PORTRAIT -This official birthday of Sir Winston Churchill, who was 82 on
Nov. 30, shows him in his home in London with his wife. Photographers reported that the
former Prime Minister was his usual critical self as he examined the large number of mints
taken and ordered all but the one above scrapped. T
21,500 Hungarians for
Lucy, the three-year-old mas-
cdt monkey of the 518th Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Company (Combat) at Ft.
Kobbe has been hauled into jau
for the third time.
She is charged with disrespect
to the wife of a non-commissioned
officer and her maid.
It seems that Mrs. Ismael
Varrerk and her maid, Maria
Gumerrnda, were out in the
yard taking clothes off the
line when Lucy, who had run
away from her home, crept up
behind the women and bit
both of them. Mrs. Varrera
was bitten on the hand and
her maid on the leg. Both were
taken to the Fort Kobbe dis dispensary
pensary dispensary where they were
treated and then released
The MPs were notified shortly
after the incident and came to
the rescue. They took Lucy to
the guard house.
Just three months ago the
monkey-soldier was thrown into
jail for the same charge. And
now after being given a third
chance to behave she Is in trou
The monkey was taken to Ft.
Clayton to be tested lor raoies.
She Is also awaiting trial for the
charges filed against her.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 (UP)
The Army announced today com
pletion, of another step toward
installation ot mm
aircraft missile Metises
the nation's principal cities.
It said that the first set of
ground radar equipment for the
Nike-Hercules missile has been.
finished at the Western Electric
Co. plant at Burlington, N.C.
Nike-Hercules is an improved,
longer-range model of the Nike
Ajax missile now installed around
many of the nation's principal
cities. Later, it will be installed
in the existing Nike sites.
They then sat back to see what
would happen. At 4:30 p.m. the
area was filled with courageous
officials, newsmen, and hopeful
off-duty street cleaners,
Tension mounted. The first eve-
ning flight was due in from the
country. It arrived, a black cloud
against the November gray. It
4s tho previous night
tood stark and emotv as dark
with a hot sticky foot, and an un
pleasant memory that will keep
him away for at least a year.
Fink got out his order book
Batson said yes, he was buying,
PANAMA. R. P., SUNDAY,
BRIDGE TO FREEDOM BLASTED BY REDS Hungarian border guards stand near the blast blasted
ed blasted foundations of a bridge spanning a canal at the Austro-Hungarlan border The bridge
had been blown up by Soviet troops to stem the flow of refugees seeking freedom in Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. The Russians were reported to be placing mines along the frontier to halt the exodua to
FBI Aided Central America In Battle
On Nazis; Argentina Spumed Help, Tho
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP)
Anecdotes of non-military es espionage
pionage espionage bv United States agents
In Latin America are recounted
in a new book just published
here relating to the story of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
The book, is entitled "The FBI
Story" and Is by Don Whitehead,
manager of the Washington Bu
reau of the New York newspa
ead reports that the
activities of the FBI in Latin
America grew out of the reali realisation
sation realisation by President Franklin
D. Roosevelt and others of his
government that Nazi agents
had a string of bases stretch stretching
ing stretching from Mexico City to the
Straits of Magellan. That re realization
alization realization came in 1940, long
before the United States en entered
tered entered World War Two, from
evidence obtained in spy cases,
according to Whitehead.
As a result, a special organiza
tion was established with the
name "Special Intelligence Serv Service"
ice" Service" (SIS) to conduct non-military
espionage and counter-espionage
outside the U n 1 1 ed
States, it was placed under the
direction of J. Edgar Hoover, di director
rector director of the FBI.
Whitehead reports that most
of the governments of Latin
America cooperated willingly
Bomb Near Miss
At Nehru Talks
NEW DELHI, India, Dec. 1
(UP) Extremists exploded a
bomb today just SO yards from a
platform where Chinese Commun Communist
ist Communist Premier Chou En-Lai and In Indian
dian Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru were addressing an outdoor
rally of 20,000 persons.
Seven persons were reported
wounded by the small blast, but
the Chinese and Indian leaders es
DECEMBlH Z, 1956
- JESss. HI
with ithe United States in its
counter-espionage program. But
he says there were some places,
such as Argentina, where hostile
police and government officials
made the work of SIS agents
An i juji ,i
uaiijciuus cum OllUCUlfr.
The espionage operations of
Nazis, which the United States
program was combatt'ng, was
chiefly in Brazil, Argentina,
t,nne, ana, because oi its prox
ty to the
xico, according to
head. Bat be says that it ex extended
tended extended to every country in
Central and South America.
Most of those countries, he
says, welcomed the offer of the
United States of FBI help to
Parking Lot Man
DALLAS, Tex.. Dec. 1 (UP)
j&ioert k. Norton got tired of pe
destrians cutting through his
downtown parking lot in such
numbers they hampered the rou
tine business of parking automo automobiles.
biles. automobiles. So, he set up a turnstile and
started charging five cents to cut
through the lot. He estimated they
Saved three blocks of walking via
the parking lot shortcut.
Today, as coins jingled merrily,
Norton said he has been missing
out on a good thing an along.
'It begins to look like there's
more money in running this pe
destrian shortcut than in parking"
cars," he said.
CHTLPANCINGO. Mexico, Dec.
1 (UP) Local merchants offered
today to buy shoes for the town's
policemen because they think it is,
i- r iL. 1
a nisorace ior me ueimaimes iu
stand duty in open-toeo sanuais.
It makes a bad impression on
tourists," the merchants explain explained.
ed. explained. BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, DECEMBER 3
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4:40 p.m. 10:42 p.m.
Gulp!, This Could Make a G uy Keep Hat On;
Anyway, Jinxbusfers Invited for 1960 Race
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP)
The man who win:, the presiden presidential
tial presidential election in 1960 will be defy defying
ing defying the strangest jinx in Ameri American
can American political history.
This, of course, is not expected
to deter those bitten by the pres presidential
idential presidential bug.
Beginning with 1840 the Presi
dent elected every 20th year has
died in office, six in all.
Three were assassinated. And
and only one other President has
d ed it office besides the six jinx
victims spanning the years from
William Henry Harrisoa to Frank
lin D. Roosevelt.
The jinx has hit only in mul multiples
tiples multiples of 20. But 1960. It will have
been working without fail for 120
train their police and organize
meir aetenses against espionage
and sabotage. As a matter of
iaci., ne says, nine of the ten
reqijesWdUs assignment of FBI
Mgeim as teenmcal advisers on
18 Soviets Dead;
BONN, Germany, Dec. 1 (UP)
A West German newspaper said
inuay inai is Hussian soldiers
were killed recently when thev
crossed the Yugoslav Hungarian
border to steal food and clashed
with Yugoslav forces.
The Ruhr-Nachrichten of Dort
mund reported in a Vienna dis dispatch
patch dispatch that the Russians crossed
into Yugoslavia and plundered
Yugoslav soldiers, alerted by
farmers, went to a farm house
where the Russians were stealing
food, the newspaper said.
When the Yugoslavs demanded
that they return to Hungary im
mediately. It said, the Russians
refused, dug themselves in outside
the farm house and opened fire.
The newspaper said the Yugo
slavs attacked and overwhelmed
the Russians, killing 18 and injur
ing 20. The number of Yugoslav
casualties was not disclosed, the
As Juror Shows Up
Not Quite Sober
CHICAGO. Dec. 1 (UP) The
$250,000 heart balm suit of a sec
retary against her former boss
ran into a delay today when one
of the vimr came in late and told
the judge he was "not quite
"Why are you late?" Judge
Daniel A. Covelli asked Gard Col Collins.
lins. Collins. "I didn't correctly time my ar arrival,"
rival," arrival," said Collins. He said he
had been drinking "last night."
"Do vou feer sober now?" Co-'
"No. I'm not quite sober," said
The judge postponed proceed-
ings until later in the day.
It started with Harrison in 1840.
He died on April 4, 1841, only one
month after his inauguration.
Abraham Lincoln, first elected
20 years later in 1860, died from
an assassin s bullet on April 1,
1865, a scant month after begin beginning
ning beginning his second term.
In 1880. James A. Garfield won
the election. He, too, died from an
assassin's wounds on sent. 19.
1181, little more than six months
after being inaugurated.
William McKinley was elected
for his second term in 1900. The
jinx w in full sway. He died by
assassination on Sept. 14. 1901,
again little more than six months
after his second inauguration.
Twenty years later came War
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To Reds' Victims
VIENNA, Dec. 1 (UP)
jounced today the U.S. will admit 21,500 Hungarian r
tugees a U.S. embassy statement released here said
Of these, 6500 refuaees Will FPrPIVA MCull.M ..m Ja.
the emergency relief program started three weeks aaa.
, lhe remaining -15,000 refugees are to be admitted
under the Immigration and Nationalities Act the an an-nouncemenf
nouncemenf an-nouncemenf said.
As soon as 21.500 refuaecs
5tates, the refugee situation
The President said the
, uiiuuuun re
fugees created an emergency situation and the U S is
willing to share it with other countries of the free world.
The President added that the
transportation to the U.S. of the
refugees is to be carried out as
Part of the immigrants admit
ted will enter the U.S. on parole,
according to the U.S. laws.
Meanwhile Radio Budapest
claimed today that Hungarian
refugees in Austria are by the
thousands" going back to Hun-
The broadcast, quoting an ar article
ticle article by minister of defense Fe
rine Muennich In the government-controlled
trade union pa paper
per paper Nepakarat, said "entire ref refugee
ugee refugee camps have been deserted
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The 16-year-old champion of the
Elvis Presrey haircut goes nacK,
in Rnmen Community High School
tndav minus h i s controversial
Robert Phernetton, of nearby
Wuhinct.nn. surrendered to a
school ban against Presley-style
long hair Thursday and had a4
bjrber put the shears to his side
Robert was barred from the
Romeo school Nov. 2 for refusing
ta comolv with a school edict
against such haircuts. More than 50
other students who obeyed tne or order
der order to barber their long haircut
were allowed to stay in school.
But Robert and his mother, Mrs.
Alice Phernetton. who said she
considered the ban a form of "die-
tatorship' decided to fight it.
Mrs Phernetton asked the Ma
der the school board to take Rob
ert back in class, hair and all. The
court rejected the request.
Mrs. Phernetton and her son
gave in Thursday.
"Roberts education is too im im-Dortant."
Dortant." im-Dortant." Mrs Phernetton said.
"I'm not happy," Robert said'
when the barber finished. "It will
take years and years to train my
ren G. Harding. He won the 1920
election but died Aig. 2, 1923, in
San Francisco before finishing
The latest victim was FDR. He
won his third term in 1940 but
d!ed at Warm Springs, Ga., April
12, 1945, shortly after beginning
The only other President to die
in office was Zachary Talyor. He
died July 9, 1850, after little more
than a year in office, the only
Though the jinx has been work
ing without fall for more than a
century, it serves only to be
broken. Perhaps 1960 will put the
lured the claim as a
jinx on the jinx.
wu IMC WIIIICU
will again be reconsidered
wave of th. w.. u.
law has been proclaimed
"'",errfi" to a government
fej i if they returned by year's
Muennich claimed that refu refugees
gees refugees now are nourlmr h7ir
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Italy, Sweden, th VnUmd
states and Greece were also
way m the protest.
The sources would not reveal
when the protest would be. de delivered
livered delivered to the Egyptian govern-
. -"- !'"
Reports from The Hague said
that the Netherlands hatf been
approached but would nefc-toki
pai in the proposed protest
The Norwegian government
two days ago suggested joint
action to free the ships and neg neg-otiationg
otiationg neg-otiationg have been going on in
Cairo between the diplbmaltie
representatives of the countries
It was understood here that
the Norwegian minister in Cairo
would give his final report' on
the negotiations today.
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MONROVIA, Liberia. Dec. -(UP)
President William Tab-
man today told the Senate here
that he had made the neces necessary
sary necessary arrangements" for estab establishing
lishing establishing diplomatic relations with
Russia, Red Communist and Re Republican
publican Republican China, Egypt and the
. He asked the legislature to ap approve
prove approve funds fon the establish establishment
ment establishment of diplomatic posts ia
those countries i
His move tame in face' of
appeals by the British and A A-merkan
merkan A-merkan governments to Libe Liberia
ria Liberia not tc initiate relations
with Communist countries.
The 81-var-old lawyer. Pres President
ident President of Liberia since 1944. was
addressins annual message to
the Senate. He Is supported. It
Is believed here, bv popular opin opinion
ion opinion which welcomes relations
wtth the countries concerned be
cause thev are memoers ot tnt
Sublime Crip 1
VIENNA (UP)-Radio Sofia re reported
ported reported today that Communist BuU
garia "is in the grip of sublime
patriotism and in the midst of I
remarkable political activity."
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THE SUNDAY AMESIb-
'Modern' Tiber River
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Spell-Binding Entertainment In
"THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE"
On Wednesday Al The
Glenn Ford, after sharpshootinfc at such as assorted
sorted assorted targets as juvenile delinquency, Commu Communism
nism Communism and intolerance during the past year, is
now flashing still another brand tf-TOfttkman-
Its nature is indicated by the title of hit lat latest
est latest motion-picture, "THE FASTEST GUN A A-LIVE."
LIVE." A-LIVE." Yup, the outspoken actor now is letting
his trusty Colt do his talking for him. On the
screen, at least. "THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE" is
spell-binding entertainment, from its forboding
opening scene to the shock of the final episode,
that leaves the spectator limp in his seat.
Broderick Crawford, Jeanne Grain and Russ
Tamblyn are the other stars of this suspenseful
action drama in the wide open spaces which
opens on Wednesday at the bulla V1$ia rnea-
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ROME-(UP)-The Tiber River
is 80 this year.
Th old "Old Father Tiber," of
rmirsri rislp hark manv centu
ries, but the new 'Old Father Ti
ber' dates only from 1876 wnen
the hitrh rnnhainins) pmhankments
were build along its length from
one end of the city tp the other,
giving Rome its present physical
Lots of water has flowed under
the Eternal City's 19 bridges
since then. What's more, it has
been kept from overflowing and
flooding the city as it did peri periodically
odically periodically from its earliest days.
The problem of inundations was
so serious, that Julius Caesar had
his engineers draw up elaborate
plans to divert the river and have
it drain off through a canal near
what is now the site of the Vat
Caesar's assassination by Bru Brutus
tus Brutus and a group of Roman sen senators
ators senators put an end to Caesar's am-
hitinn and the Tiher flnwrri nil
for centuries, regularly overflow
ing us names ana devastating me
With the decline of the Roman
Empire,, the engineering know know-how
how know-how of the aacients was lost for
centuries. It wasn't until the time
of Tope Sixtus V (1585 to 1590)
that anyone in the western world
dared to try some of the feats. the
Roman engineers could have
coped with easily.
Under Sixtus, the engineers of
the Renaissance managed to lift
stone obelisks and set them in
place in the squares of Ronfe.
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These obelisks, originally trans transported
ported transported from Egypt and set up
by the ancients, ha faWen dur during
ing during earthquakes or been pushed
over by invading armies and kin
for centuries because no one
coulfl lift them any more.
Sixtus also revived Caesar's
plan to divert the Tiber by
means of an artificial canal to
cope with the inundation prob problem.
lem. problem. Like Caesar, be died before
the plan-rom Caesar's original
designs could be put into effect.
Another 300 years of history
passed before the problem was
brought to a head again.
Italy's national hero, Giuseppe
Garibaldi, after the unification of
Italy with occupation of Rome in
1870, conceived of an even more
spectacular project to divert the
ntire river from the Ponte Mil Mil-vio
vio Mil-vio (on the northern outskirts of
the city) and turn the bed of the
river into a street highway which
would run through the heart of
Garibaldi's civic improvement
plan touched off
test throughout Italy and the
worm ana iinauy was abandoned
oui m i8(D a compromise was
reached. Father Tiher
be diverted; it would be impris-
The walls were hnilt risina in
even height along each bank from
me ronte muvio on the north to
the bridge at the City Fair
Grounds (EUR) on the smith Pnn.
te dell'Industria on the south.
Today the Tiber flows sluggish sluggishly
ly sluggishly within tt rnnt.ainino emh.nl.
ment. Its waters murmur almost
lnauaipiy,' sometimes yellow in
color, sometimes gray, sometimes
its level, averaging about 20
feet In paising through Rome,
rises as much an in nr i feet
higher in excessively rainy
weamer, nui u nas never over overflowed
flowed overflowed the containing walls as in
NEW AMBASSADOR Ells Ellsworth
worth Ellsworth Buokk..-. (above) has
been namlfwihe new U.S.
Ambassaapr to India by Res Resident
ident Resident Bflenhower. Bunker was
given a recess appointment,
subject to later Senate con confirmation,
firmation, confirmation, to succeed John
Sherman Cooper, Republican
recently elected to the Senate
MEMORIES Millard Fill Fillmore
more Fillmore -was president when Mrs.
Margaret Schmucker, of South
Holland, 111., was born and
when the Civil War began, she
was just entering her 'teens.
She nursed Union wounded at
Dixon, 111. Above, she cuts the
cake celebrating her 106th
CHICAGO (UP) A record
27.1 billion pounds of meat was
produced in the United States in
1955, according to the American
Meat Institute. The institute es estimated
timated estimated that an average of 161
pounds of meat was eaten by each
person in the nation.
DEATH A MYSTERY The
death of Mrs. Edyth Smith
Parkhill remained an official
mysterV despite a seven-hour
coroner s inquest in Tampa,
Fla. A jury ruled Mrs. Park Park-hill
hill Park-hill h4d died of "a blow on
the head from an undeter undetermined
mined undetermined source by parties un unknown.'
known.' unknown.' John Parkhill, the
victim's husband, had testifi testified
ed testified that a family friend had
beaten and raped Mrs. Park Parkhill,
hill, Parkhill, a charge vehemently
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DOLTS AND SIMPLETONS, I was whipping through
my final Olympic workouts at Rolando's Jtiideaway tne
otner day lor the men's freestyle frothblowlng, wnen I
fell to wondering a bit about Red's Cantuta Cab.
I wondered whether Red's mov in substituting run runners
ners runners for wheels is a concession to the upcorning sieigh sieigh-bells
bells sieigh-bells season, or a surrender to the price of tires.
Whichever it may be, I notice he is doing better on
Panama's streets than the cars which stick conservative conservatively
ly conservatively to the old wheel deal. Red's runners glide him over
crevasses into which many another vehicle has tumbled,
never to be seen again.
It was elbowed out of the news last week by that
Venezuelan Constellation which blended itself and con contents
tents contents with the geology Of that mineral-rich republic, so
you didn't hear too much about the chiva which took
off the same day from Rio Abajo for La Boca.
It was last reported passing Hancock's Bar on Cen Central
tral Central Avenue, and is now several days overdue. It is fear feared
ed feared it has plummetted into one of 'ihe holes in the road.
Anxiety is felt for the safety of all aboard.- Next of kin
are clustering round the insurance offices, clamoring
about the urgency of getting the money before Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. A mixed team of Swiss alpinists and French spelun spelun-kers
kers spelun-kers is expected here early this week to lead the search
Nor was Rolando's Hideaway the only center of en enlightenment
lightenment enlightenment at which I thought of this problem. I was
worrying it around in the Good Neighbor one evening;
when it drifted in upon me that I could no longer hear
the juke box a rare development indeed in that chic
salon. (No k, thank you.)
Investigation revealed the cause to be strident
sounds from across the way in the Canal Zone. The The-Theatre
Theatre The-Theatre Guild was putting on a performance of "Bus
Stop," all about a chiva too.
I shuffled across "to investigate what all the noise
was about, out-shouting the Good Neighbor juke box.
That's about as unusual as an operatic aria by Elvis
Turned out to be a cojwbOy fellOw, and in bad trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Not only was he on a different frequency from his
-dame, but you could tell by the way he was hobbling
about the stage that he had just fallen off his horse.
I'm no doctor, but it looked to me as if he'd slipped
. a couple of discs in the tumble. This had iilm all stif stiffened
fened stiffened up, and not surprisingly. I think it was mighty
rugged of him to keep right on with whatever on earth
it was he was trying to dtt up on the stage there, and
at the same time bravely disregarding his aching back.
The show must go on, as they say in a five-horse
race. This cowboy fellow made it a howling success.
But what I really got you all here together to talk
about ftas economy. Budget time, is bustin' out all aver,
and it is inescapable that!, large. part pi United States
expenditure goes on the Arrmed Feroes. Therefore ny
economy effected in the services may well lead to a
' diminishing in taxes, and (that's an easier way of doing
same than having a heap of kids.
I brought this matter, of economy in the services up
with a GI Rolando's-. jHe-had a suggestion breath breathtaking
taking breathtaking in its perceptive scme-bolish -the services alto altogether,
gether, altogether, and let him go Ro(e."TJhderstarrdhe'mii!it1have
been a man of some note in toe outfit, because he had
some decoration, they told me. C.P.A. with red tapp
I did not find myself able to go ah the way with his
suggestion, because it vtouki let all kinds of field grade
officers loose to do the;saftie thing to industry as they
are doing to the Army. J don't think that's the solution.
But I could not help a thought for the various aca academies
demies academies of the services, because I had lately read some
story of the new Air Force academy in Colorado,
Seems the project to build the little red Air Force
schoolhouse is only two years old, but they feel a quaint
v,a.ra trsiiifinns T1 & ii ass ATivthinff that haDDen-
ed half an hour ago oah ber called a tradition, if you
want to remember it. Reminds me of a seafront shop I
once caromed off in Worthing, Sussex, which according
to a notice in the window trafficked in "genuine plastic
Part of the business of building traditions, so I read,
includes cadets being obiiged to assume a ramrod posture
of unnnatural foolishness when instructed so to do by
someone who has been around the joint longer but with
out managing p graduate. g
I come rigit out aid say there sjhould be more of
this. The academy's alsolulely right: Too many egg eggheads
heads eggheads are trying to put over the idea that book-learning
is as important as making like wooden Indians.
Let the academics cling to truth that a man who
can stand straight for hours in the same place, without
interest in his surroundings to look either to right or to
left, is sounder by far than one who can read.
Someone you xin rely on in a tight spot, like a
strike in a wooden Indian factory. Quit buying books,
therefore, and the academies will save hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars.
Now there's football too, specialty yesterday after afternoon;
noon; afternoon; Seems that to produce officers and gentlemen, it
is necessary to hav a) ample copies of Emily Post;
and 2) a football team.
But let me prove to yoh that the football team if
not as important as it is often considered. A recent "Hot
Box" in SportS IUustrated in which Jimmy, Jemail can canvassed
vassed canvassed ladies on theirttithusiasm for football the major majority
ity majority enthused over the social whoop-de-do, the rest over
the hotdogs, and none over the quarterback rUn-pass od od-tion
tion od-tion off a Split T.
We can therefore effect another sharp, economy in
the Academies' budget, as from yesterday's Army-Navy
game on. Retain the back-slapping lunehes-and-hquor,
the half-time folderol and the hotdogs, but shear the
needless frills. Traditions such as those listed may stand,
but the teams gnust go. No one is interested in them.
Bypassing this classified speculation, I have taken
counsel with my advisers as to the most useful servica
the academies can render their country in these dayt
when economic pTOWiiWlooln as large as military issues.
The consensus: Hire the Graustarkian Grenadiers
out to Hollywood for period pieces, let the Pentagon use
the income thus netted to feed and water the citizens
Army of draftees whose preferred alternative to suntana
is that business suit hanging 4n tyie-jploset back. home.
You will see from the measures I have sketched out
that there is no need for military' appropriations to press
on the taxpayer henceforward.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is based
on the fact that, in this year 1956, a.d. or so, Army scor scored
ed scored 7 points and Navy 7. So, if after winning on
5677 i rt t fa
at 11 o'clock thi frothing,, you explain to, the general
or admiral just how it is you happen to be drunk at
noon on a Sunday, there should be no trouble whatso-
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 195
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Briaht Past Bmartfer Future in frown !"ine Being Held
rj.. n- ? .." : t .For Taking Negro
caucanon riciure; iyo lurnmg roinf From Florida Jail
i"i Th voir 11! AupdtAn tKaf
iramcu a turning poini in eu- mucn nnanciai
ucacnm m ine non sen-govern- n
ing territories of the British Com- it
monweartn and Empire. Not only
wis n the end of World War II,
but it was the year in which the
Colonial Development and Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Act provided a sura of 120,-00,00-j
lbs. from the the pockets
f the United Kingdom tax-payers
for economic and social, developr
ment in those territpries. Suese Suese-quent
quent Suese-quent Acts have added to this
Before 1945, each territory fi financed
nanced financed its education from its own
resource, this meant that in pros prosperous
perous prosperous territories education was
relatively well advanced, in
countries it was backward.
no matter how
hefp a university
In th Gold Coast and Singa Singa-pore,
pore, Singa-pore, for example, thero M r
well-developed systems of pri primary
mary primary and secondary schools,
with some technical education
and torn colleges which aspir aspired
ed aspired to university statue. Th poor poorer
er poorer territories were of two main
types. Those older ones likt Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica or Mauritius had gram grammar
mar grammar schools providing a sound
academic education for a tiny
minority, though primary edu education
cation education was far from efficient. In
some of the newer territories
njch as NyaSaland there were
large number of primary
schools of varying value, but ve very
ry very little secondary education.
The Royal University of Malta
cot tinned on its ancient founda foundation,
tion, foundation, and there was a university
also at Hong Kong; universities
had been established before the
war in Ceylon and Palestine, but
soon after 1945 these two countries
ceased to be British dependencies.
No major territory bad yet estab-
HchaH fdmniiknrv prlnralinn
The Act of 1945 gave all colonial
territories hope of being able to
equip their educational system
with better buildings, though it
was explained that grants from
United Kingdom funds would nor normally
mally normally be made only towards the
capita) cost of building and equip equipping
ping equipping schools and colleges, not to towards
wards towards recurrent expenses such as
staff salaries a n d maintenance
costs. Each territory proceeded to
draw up a ten-year plan of devel devel-opmeet,
opmeet, devel-opmeet, and the United Kingdom
Government made grants to meet
the cost of approved programmes.
Only about thr-quartr of
Hi total sum was allocated to
the territorial programmes; th
remaining quarter was hold Cen Centrally.
trally. Centrally. Out of this central sum,
7,750,000 lbs. was spent on pro.
Viding university institutions in
th West Indies, th Sudan, th
Cold Coast, Nigeria, East Afri Africa,
ca, Africa, and Malaya, and in restoring
and extending the war-damagtd
universities of Malta and Hong
Kong; and at the present tim
still another university college
is being built to servo the Cen Central
tral Central Africsn Federation.
The .United Kingdom grants were
supplemented by large grants
made by Cojonial Governments
froms" their own funds; There are
still only 5,0000 students in the co colonial
lonial colonial university institutions, but
this number will rise steeply In a
year or two, when students begin
to flow out of the many new sec
ondary scnoots which also owe
their existence to grants made un under
der under the Colonial Development and
NO NOVERNMENTAL CONTROL
It Is a fundamental belief in the
British philosophy of university
may receive from the Government,
must remain indenenrient f
Government control. In order to
secure that the colonial universi
ties should enjoy this traditional
freedom, the Government estab
lished a body called the Inter-Uni
versity Council to advise the
young universities on academic
Dolicv. staffme. buildines. and
quipment. The Council is compos
es oi representatives irom all the
universities in the United King
dom. and thus can nlace at the
service of the new universities the
experience of the old. A separate
comii'inee is resoonsib e for fi
poorinancing the recommendations of
I the Council.
More recently, similar develop developments
ments developments have occurred in hiehpr
technical education. A number of
higher technical colleges have
been established with .Colonial De Development
velopment Development dnd Welfare grants, and
a special committee, composed
manly of representatives of Unit
ed Kingdom technical colleges.
performs functions for thp;p rnl.
leges similar to those of the Inter-
Another service whith thp fun.
nial Development and Welfare
Acts rendered was the Drnvisinn of
lari'e numDers of scholarships for
higher training and experience in
every conceivable nrnfessinn
There are 11,000 colonial students
in the United Kinsdom tnriav. a.
ver 3,000 of whom are receiving u u-nivcrsity
nivcrsity u-nivcrsity education.
From th sums allocated to
them under th Acts, th Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Governments spent about
one-sixth on education kiiiMtna
and equipping large numbers of seven years
schools and teacher training Col Col-legi.
legi. Col-legi. As example of this
progress-, Kenya, which had on
secondary school for Africans
bfor th wsr, now has II;
and Hong Kong, which had 0,
000 school children in lMo, of
whom some 8,000 were in secon secondary
dary secondary schools, now has nearly
250,000, of whom oyer 51,000 ar
in secondary tcheels.
A larger OUtnut of trained tear h
ers is improving the efficiency flT,!,
me primary schools, and a larger
output of secondary school pup
IS needed not onlv tn snnalv stti-
derts for the universities, but al
so iu suddIv canable men and
women for commerce, industry
the DUblic Service and nnlitie
life. We emphasize the importance
oi women s education; more and
more girls are going to the schools
and more and more women takintr
pari in aauit education.
Ill several terrilnrips pcnorialfv
in West Africa. Singapore and Ma
laya, and the Caribbean, educa
tional policy is controlled by indi indi-geroiis
geroiis indi-geroiis Ministers reponsible to sn
elected legislature. Several small
territories have made education
legally comnulsorv. and sinee 195(1
the large and populous countries
of the Cold Coast and the Wl.
em hegion of Nigeria have taken
the same step. In spite of the dif difficulties,
ficulties, difficulties, of finding buildings and
teacners, compulsory education is
being steadily put into force.
WILDWOOD, Fla., Dec. 1 (UP)
jyine men are held under bond to
face trial in circuit court next
month for the abduction and flog flogging
ging flogging of Jesse Woods, Wildwood
Negro accused of insulting a white
Authorities announced yesterday
the arrest of six more men in the
case and said there probably
would be no further arrests. Each
Was charged in an information
by State Atty. A. P. Buie
LAWYERS SHOWER DOWN
wun iaise imprisonment and ag aggravated
gravated aggravated assault against Woods.
Each posted $500 bond.
Three other men, arrested ear earlier
lier earlier this month, are held under
$2,500 bonds on similar charges.
They are George (Georgia Boy)
Altman, Jack L. Sands, both of
Wildwood, and Frank Collins of
Sheriff M. H. Bowman identified
the new susoects arrested as Max
Stumborg, Zele Alderman, both of
wimwQoa, ana Robert NeSmith,
Belleview, all employes of the Sea
board Railroad- Uamm i.nnHv
Marion County; Doyle Polk, an
Oxford tomato grower, and Keith
Sands, Jacksonville. He said all
were between 20 and 30 years of
The fall term of circuit court be
gins Dec. 3 in Bushnell and the
case will come un then tn ho
scheduled for trial. Woods
while, is being held as a matprial
witness at- Raiford state prison for
Awaits Rescue Tug
MARSEILLES, France. Dec. 1
(UP) The storm-bauered Pan
amanian freighter An tares was
awaiting the arrival of a sea-going
tug from Marseilles tfcis
morning while a French passen passenger
ger passenger ship continued Its vigil oe oe-side
side oe-side the stricken vessel.
The tun Provencal 12 was ex expected
pected expected to reach the Antares
noith of the Balearic Islands in
the western Mediterranean
sometime this morning and be begin
gin begin hauling the 1400-ton freight freighter
er freighter Into port.
The French passenger shin
General Mangin. which made
contact with the Antares late
yesterday morning, was stand standing
ing standing by to pick up crew members
of they had to abandon snip be-
iore tne tug s arrival.
Caught in a violent Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean storm, the Panamanian
ship radioed early yesterday
mining that her steering gear
wao out of order and that she
was taking water.
The General Mangin reached
the stricken ship about 12 hours
At 8:30 nm. yesterday t.ha
French vessel radioed the 'Anta 'Antares
res 'Antares was takino- In water inri that
her situation was becoming "in
DETROIT riJP Mrs WarnliT ..ri,-:-
Shpiece was feted st a baby show-
e!?.86?,1!':11 mm' a'lifW"L ?e 39-yeM f hand was
mLwe gAtS 1k w knelled here Oct. 27 on a drunk and
members of th ha.- with Mrs. Mic i.. .k... i .
Cl j T j ;; "vcnj viiaige aucr ne aiiegen-
Shpiece and her husband. Mrs- ly -ca led "helln hahv" tn
piece has been an attorney for tractive white school teacher. Ear-
Pn 1 Aft rc 1-- at. V
ly the next m or ning he disap-
the opening, of its
I Ar if
40-59 Justo Arosemena Ave.
peared from his blood spattered
Following an intensive hunt, the
FBI located Woods at Andalusia,!
Ala., more than a week later. 1
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IBE SIWDAI AMERICAN
Social and Otli
Box 134, Pc
Box 5031, Jl
Jt Jt L mJ If uLfLm Pm 3-074 2-0741 Urn 9:00 mJ 10 :m. mtf
GENERAL H1GHT0WER THROWS ARMv-NAVY FOOTBALL PARTY
fjR OFFICERS AND WIVES AT FORT AMADOR CLUB
i .. their wires of USARCAREB tad Ft Amador enjoyed a party given yester
' 1 u luu Ua A rmvA'j vv fn. hifl fimt
-"aES board w set up and a MbST field proved a point of focus for
.hiany fals Figures on the model were moved to correspond with plays as they were
' trtndB'T from the actual playing field..
JHi nartr was sponsored by Brig. Gen. Louis V. Higljtower.
Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Hicks
of Balboa announce the ap
DrdachinB- marriage of .their
dauehter Mary Alice rto Mr
Kenneth Duane Kelley on
Thursday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m, at
the Balboa Baptist cnurcn
Miss Hicks will arrive in Pan
juma Dec. 7 from Chicago, 111.,
where she has just completed
Mr. Kelley will arrive in Pan
ama Dec. 14.
. All friends of the couple are
cordlallv invited to attend the
weddine. and the reception
which will follow at the church.
Capt. and Mrs. Bolton
From Ann Arbor
Miss Marjorie Monje and her
mother Mrs. Lillian Monje ar arrived
rived arrived hv nlane from Ann Arbor
Mich. Friday to visit capt. and
Mrs. Peter Bolton of Ancon.
They will spend a week here
and many parties have been
planned for their entertainment
during their stay.
Rebecca Lodge No. 1
Card Party Tomorrow
Rebecca Lodge No. 1, will hold
a card party at Wirz Memorial
ait 12:30 tomorrow.
Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Miss Car Carrie
rie Carrie Brown and Mrs. Peggy Park Parker
er Parker will be hostesses.
Proceeds from the party will
uo to charity and the public is
irivlted to participate.
1 jvL mJL Jftjfe ,. 4Jl&. Jklt
aaV rP Bk
U p For Murder After Shooting
th neHe lor OKlHM in k
eotuMn shouU lM MMkM in
fypt-wriji firm ind miil) ft
f rtib Mjr iijatian lists! dMv i
Social m4 OHwrvtM." or dolirtr dolirtr-d
d dolirtr-d by hand to t piftM. NmIcm of
mMtinas cannot acMptcd by
Cbb No. 52
Emblem Club No. 52 will
hold their regular business meet
ing, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the
Elks Home, Brazos Heights. Ini
tiation and the election of new of of-;
; of-; ficers will be held and all mem
bers are encouraged to attend.
Ace Carter Helps
Organize Hew Order
Of Ku Klux Klan
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. (UP)
Asa E. (Ace) Carter. Alabama's
WHALE YVILLE. Va Dec. the d r u g g i s t. E. A. Brothers
(UP) This small peanut towfl'j :dhe4 .to the service station to
only policeman was held on mur- see whit was going on. When he
der charges in a hospital today aft-' saw Moore shooting, he called
er a shooting spree cfinuxerf by: county polie from Suffolk, eight
the death of a woman as she ap- miles away.
: pealed to him for help. Mrs. Edgar Knight, 29, was also
C. K. Moore, was not in- in the drug store. She ran out aad
jured but was "talking out df hiaf recognized Moore's car at tin
head" when county police ariett-: service station. Apparently in the
ed him an hour later. (belief that he was there in his
Officer, who took him under ial she Mn
R'"1.. VAP,LlL The officer fired his last bullet
'": " w ..ThiT .Kn,,t Td mt0 her itomach, k lttng herf Then
not remember anything, about the, mMA into rfrnr.
events of Thursday, hut they
pieced the story together from the
accounts of many witnesses.
As officers told it: i
Moore, for three years Whalev-
1 vuies only ponce officer, anoar
he jumped into his ear and drove
PoUc said Moore was born and
raised "somewhere in North Caro Carolina"
lina" Carolina" and had come to Whaley
viDe with his family of five chtt-
)I U HT1 1 :tt
. d by
shooting through the win
North Carolina border.
KENNETH DUANE KELLEY will arrive In Panama Dec. 14 for
his weeding to Miss Mary Alice Hicks. The wedding will take,
place at 7 p.m. Dec. 20 at the Balboa Heights Baptist Church.
Now Mental Diseases Need Not Be
Family's Shame; Aid Plan Outlined
flSS MMKtmtM H1CK8, whOrt.en.;t Mr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Duane KeHey is announced. Miss Hicks IS the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks of Balboa
OirrS THAT WILL THRILL
Balboa Woman's Club
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club had their Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon card party at the
Fern Room of the TIvoll Guest
House. Desert and coffee were
served, co-hostesaes Were Mrs.
Agnes Hearon and Mrs. Leona
Members and sniests attend
ing were; Jeannettte McKlbbon,
Grattice Otten, Claire Irwin,
Ruth Rathmann. Phi Euper,
Mary Trent, flora Hack, Juin Juin-da
da Juin-da Pennington, Kay Daniels,
Marion Wilcox, Molly Johnson,
Helen Adler, peggy Parker, Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Smouse, Mary Worley, Ha Hazel
zel Hazel Nail, Marian Wagner, Ada
Homa, Florence Klipper, Maja
Nordeng, Ruth Bourglos, Wlnni Wlnni-fred
fred Wlnni-fred Graham, Mary Days, Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Browne. Ubby Lacy, Mrs.
Quinlan, Agnes Hearon and Le Leona
ona Leona saarinen.
The next meeltine is scheduled
for December 13 at the home of
Mrs. Helen Barrett who will be
co-hostess with her mother Mrs.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP) -he still is
A broad new program of personal! "freak" or
advice and help for hundreds oi
thousands of mentally ill persons
and their families was announced
It will be put into effect by Hie
National Association for Mental
Health, an organization of more
than 500 state and local mental
health societies devoted to pro
moting better mental health care
Richard P. Swigart, executive
director of the association, said
the program will have four main
aims: (1) helping mentally ill peo people
ple people locate and get treatment
Quickly: (2) helping patients while
in hospitals; (3) aiding discharged
patients to find housing, jobs and
understanding; and (4) relieving
families of mental patients of fear
"The average family hasn't the
faintest idea about what' to do
When mental illness strikes how
to handle the patient, where to
take him for treatment, what to
do about getting him admitted o
a clinic or hospial," Swigart ex
i He said this often leads to i
family crisis and "dangerous de
When Charlie White, M Negro'
station attendant, attempted to ONE STROKE
most outspoken white supremacist, om. NWdmg. .Moore iSli-L.
mill-' uwi mm j snoi int wipes uuv icjputvivu
often regarded as a
a "threat," Swigart
said. Inability to find jobs sends
many back to hospitals.
Swigart said 10 pilot projects
will be started soon to test and
develop the new plan. It will then
b adopted as quickly as possi
ble" by the association's'500 local
and state member associations in
38 states, The District of Columbia
A grant of $25,000 .from the
Smith, Kline & French foundation,
Philadelphia, will help launch the
Swigart said the .program will
affect some 750,000 patients now
m mental hospitals, the 250,000
new patients admitted annually
and the millions of, relatives of
old and new patients!
helped today to organize a
tant new Order of the Ku
Carte, 30 year old executive
secretary of the North Alabama
White Citizens Council, told Unit Unit-eft
eft Unit-eft Psess he is serving as an "ad "ad-vlser"
vlser" "ad-vlser" tq the-Tnew "Otiglnal Ku
Klux Klan of the Confederacy,"
which has applied for incorpora incorporation
tion incorporation here.
Carter said the new version of
the KKK will be dedicated to the
preservation of white supremacy"
ana win not ne sidetracked in
other issues." He said he will re remain
main remain as head of the citizens coun council.
cil. council. The papers filed with Jefferson
County officials listed the organi organization
zation organization as 'the "Original Ku Klux
Klan of the Confederacy." The In Incorporators,
corporators, Incorporators, said it is "national in
scope" and has among its goals
the assisting "in avoidance of ra racial
cial racial tensions and by friendly dis discussion
cussion discussion to bring about understand understanding
ing understanding between the races."
In Trouble Again
Several other bullets struck a
drug store across the street and
Reaches Record High
CHICAGO, Nov. 26 (UP) Ci
ties made more annexations m
1955 than ever before, according to
the Municipal Year Book for 1956.
The book, a publication of the
International City Managers' As
sociation, listed 526 cit:es of more
than 5,000 population which an annexed
nexed annexed territory last year.
This compared with 4!0 such
cities in 1954, aad the previous
high1 of 434 in 1853.
The largest annexation last
year, counting: both territory and
population,' -was reported by El
Paso, Tex. The city toother 34.5
square miles and gained1 40,000
The association, now holding its i LOUISVILLE. Kv.. Dec. 1 (UP)
6th annual convention here, also r-An elusive '14-year-old Louisville ; miles annexyjp
ucnru guvu news auuuu jnuspeci.v tniy, who naa uau l uu-ms wjm JU-
for increasing cures for schizo-venile authorities in five states.
In 1954 and 1953, El Paso re re-ported
ported re-ported the second and fourth larg
est annexations in the coubtrvl
making a total of jaftwire,
phrenia, the number one mental
crippler which now accounts for
about one out of every four per permanent
manent permanent hospital patients.
Dr. George. Stevenson said
that witt eady and adequate hos hospital
pital hospital care sufferers now have at
least a 60 per cent chance of par
lays" in starting treatment. "Our tial or total recovery compared
nearly escaped from an escape escape-proof"
proof" escape-proof" detention room at police
An alert policewoman grabbed
W fiuesley Bond's.kg, stick-
a noie id Hie ceuingi
crawled out of reach
new service will remedy this sit
uation, he said.
He said the association also will
help prevent patients in mental
hospitals from becoming "forgot
ten" by society. It will arrange.
to 20 per cent 40 years ago.
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Police said Bond, iailed on
charges of delinquency, nine
countl of house breaking and be being
ing being absent without leave from the
National Training Center in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, had attempted to pull an
air-ven. fixture from the ceiling
by tearing out several metal pan
Bond told police he got two
rings valued at $17,000 and $5,000
.ash in a burglary at West Palm
i Beach, Fla., last July, and also
admitted taking sums totaling $710
from nine homes here.
He was arrested at Idlewild Air Airport
port Airport in New York last July as he
stepped from a plane carrying
$4,000. Police said he told them
he took two rings in Florida and
later gave them to a hotel bell bellhop.
hop. bellhop. They have been recovered.
In August Bond was arrested at
Montgomery, Ala., while a fugitive
from a New York correctional in
stitution, where ho hud hm turn.
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IT. DECEMBER 2, IP'S
Social, an d Oik
Wedding In Baton Route. La. Attending the groom was Mr.
Miss Joan Marie Curtis and Donald H Caldwell from Pe Pe-L.
L. Pe-L. (j.g.). C. B. Caldwell were tersburg, Fla as best man,
married Nov. 10 at the St. James while Lt. tj.gr. i E. Gunner Moore,
Episcopal Church in m t o n ir. Richardson Dawson of Call
Rouge. La. The Rev. Philip Wer
lein officiated at the double ring
ceremony before an altar deep deep-rated
rated deep-rated with smi&ut and white
Th bride Is the daughter pf
Mr. and Mrs. Carter c. Curtis of
Coco Solo, canal Zone, while the
groom Is the son of Mrs. R. H.
Powell of this city and the late
Mr. Donald H. Caldwell.
Mr. John R. Weymouth, or organist,
ganist, organist, and Miss Phyllis Werlein.
soloist, provided a program of
traditional nuptial music with
the' following selections: "The
Lord's Prayer" and "Ave Maria."
The bride was attired in a
walteJength gown of white
Chaattfly lace over white nylon
fashioned wtlh pleats of white
nylon around the bottom. Her
shoulder length veil of Illusion
fell from a crown of pearls. She
wore elbow-length gloves of
matching chantllly lace and
pearl, accessories. She carried a
bouquet Of white alba plena ca camellias,
mellias, camellias, white velvet leaves and
Mis Ann Alston Stirling
Wakefield served as mal
honor, attlrta in a bouf
gown of greeh emerald nyl
over matcwug tarreta.
ted biKUce of fsmt wa
with vSvet f lowers a.
full, full skirt. Her 'slices we:
white Velvet and she wore longf
It d. L 07f
es. Her headpiece was New, .Orleans, New York
Ivy and she wore
lde she carried
shaped 5aqu of
ta Hamilton, daugh
ter or Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton of this city, served,as flow flow-er
er flow-er "irl attired in a pale afCon
nion dress over an underskirt
of mafchmg taffeta, in her Hair
she wore a dark green velvet
h?nd and a wreath of ivy. in her
bouquet of flowers were white
fornia served as ushers
Over tbree hundred attended
the wedding reception held im immediately
mediately immediately following the ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony at the home of the groom's
The serving table, covered
with a crocheted cloth don by
Mrs. Belle Powell of Valdosta,
Ga.. was centered with a lew
crystal bowl filled with white al alba,
ba, alba, plena cmeliias. placed about
th reception rooirs were ar ar-rantsments
rantsments ar-rantsments of max. Ivy and
bowuets of white alM plena ca camellias.
mellias. camellias. FlanHn the serving
table centerpiece were candela candelabra
bra candelabra holding white toners.
Mrs. Powell received members
of the wedding party and she
was assisted by Mrs. Vernon
Caldwell, the groom's grand grandmother.
mother. grandmother. Mrs. O'ga Golden cut
the cake and Mrs. James Leake
Stirling poured the champagne
ounch. Others assisting Mrs.
Powell were Mrs. Richard Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, and Mrs. w. P. Hamilton.
The bride and groom drank a
toast from a silver goblet which
was a souvenir of the Comus
Ball of 1927, given to the groom's
grandmother, Mrs. Vernon cald-
wen -of :AMwvme.
eMiIfihrrlea Mrs. Cald-
elf changed .into a black wool
lit with white snrora trim,
lacarhii and matching acces
LOOKING OVER CHILDREN'S BOOKS Mrs. Robert W. Garrett fleftl, wife of the Port
Amador post commander, and' Miss Virginia Fiesher, Fort Amador librarian, look over a dis display
play display of books which were purchased for the children's section of the Fdrt Amador library
by the Fort Amador Officers' Wives Club. The books were displayed as part of the observance
of Book Week. Mrs. Garrett is a member of the board of governors of the Fort Amador Of Of-flcers'
flcers' Of-flcers' Wives Club. (U.S. Army Photo)
sories for her weddlnar trln to you own 1934
At Balboa Annex
To celebrate" Children's Book
Week, there will be an auto-
Ford with'.loud fc Thirtne horned iffi hl& ".I
ich better off in at the same time. This i ifi done1 ls. ?J ??Xn?lJ
Traffic Headaches Plague
Mexico City Authorities
MEXICO CITY (UP) If -eaching a blind intersection, 1
men horn, you're much
imr rown man anvwg a 1956 lux- irequenuy wnn two cars
ury car. , ing' on converging paths.
.,-1 books in the Stationery Annex
1.1.- i ..
Photo- tJaiuun iumimssary,
Pinned to Mrs. Caldwell'
'shoulder was a white orchid Manv imoranr tuii.f mnhic viHnw nt fhoco Tnursday between 6 and 8 p.m
1 v... Mi j VrvUA lV WWUV v v uivvv UMVV I a , a t
from the bridal bouauec. upon has found himsulf w.nt inn in tacu ar pnemmtprs u -n Haiw Autnors 01 Manama patue
withr a ribbon olrt heir return from a weddine trio the streani of nm.u?h. nn,h in the newsnanp land Other Children" and "Dede
Br -Tm ..1 1 1 pm- .... J
r.ne coupie.wiu mane uicir iiumc iramc nere nas wished ne were
i the naval station in Bermu- cauaht in a herd nf stamnpHino
da. B.W.I. A.ua,o instead derama. who roves the streets In -ime.
The bride was graduated from J I 19'fi r'hevvv tax'eab. He sei- cede Gets Her Tonsus out"
Cristobal Hieh School in the! wthe Federal Distrirt's trafiio dom had wrecks when his cab was written by three Zone nurs-
LCanal Zone, while the groom department has sworn to tame was new- But as later models es Henri Bkele, Deoes de vore
fwas graduated from Baton Rouge the city's wild drivers especially with louder horns appeared, Ne- nnd Evelyn Roperski. "Panama
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Hien and attenaea lu. He is ous ana iaxi jocjeevs at all costs. uegan running mio omer raiuc was
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Gets Her Tonsils Out" will be on
Like the case of Nemesio Bal- nand to autograph books at that
a member of Kappa Sigma so
AT EASE AND MOlAi
llShtning defeat of Egyptia
israeii soldier leans com
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his part in Israel
mai peninsula, an
fiknh to do todcy!
It has just installed ah elegant cars with alarming frequency.
new tramc ngm system designed
to keep cars moving at a slow I
and steady pace.
But so far, efforts to synchm
nize the lights remind one of the
Wi. attemots to svorHronfe ma-
chine-gun-ftte through airplane
Tne' Bts are osjy one ohase
of the official war against the In Individualistic
dividualistic Individualistic drivers. Traffic cops
are narked nn virtitallv
busy corner ready to nab we
mpn ww Dears aown on nis norn
and drives in the direction he is
looking, which is generally
Not lopg ago, the traffic depart department
ment department announced that hbrtt-blOw
xnv urn mwn nauiea into court I
for honldng apparently was uhim-1
n.aar.il kv 1.4 -. A 1. I
F'caocu uj uis- summons. Ai m
pulled up in front of the court
building, be blasted his horn 'for
an attendant to come and watch
his car while he went in to pay
"We have stiff regulations," said
traffic boss Antonio Gomez Vel Vel-azco,
azco, Vel-azco, "but not enough men to en-
'irvt their For every violator we
haul in, there are 100 running
written and illus
trated by Jean Bailey.
A concentrated drive one night
netted more, than ISO tipsy drM
ers, M ot uiero behind the wheels
of buses and taxis. All got 10
days, plus heavy fines. But Mex-
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11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM and
for the late comers George Godoy plays the piano.
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Balboa Bar.
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RETIRED COUPLI'S SECURITY
ENDANGERED BY RELATIVES
The husband is 76 years old, his
wife 69. When he retired several
years ago because of poor health
and the two moved to Florida they
thought they had enough money
put aside to take care of them themselves
selves themselves for life.
With his wife doing all thej
housework, with the husband act act-in"
in" act-in" as handymai. i nd with carefrl
budgeting of money, they told
themselves they would never have
to depend on anyone for financial!
But here's the fly in the oint
ment. Relative; on bdth sides of
the family have bo-rowed money
and failed to pay it back.
Relatives on both sides of the
fam"y either write that they are
coming for a two weeks' visit or
While they are "vacationing,",!
their retired host and, hostess are
cooking meals, washing dishes, I
making peas, laying in groceries.!
Also, they are spending more than
they- can afford.
Approach Problem With
It is the husband who wrote
about their problem and asked at
the end of his letter, "How can we
mee our problem without strain straining
ing straining the otherwise pleasant rela relationship
tionship relationship we i a v. e maintained
through the years with relatives
on both sides?"
Why not try frankness? Beein
rr wrinn" a 'p'ter to each '"'a'-ive
who owes you money. Explain
that, since you have no income
but are living on your savings,
you need to have the loan repaid.
That may result in your collect collecting
ing collecting at least part of the money
owed you. It should certainly keep
those who have borrowed before
from asking to borrow again.
Then next time you get a letter
from a relative announcing the
f 'rival of his family for a visit
write back how pleased you are
they are coming. But mention that
you and your wife no longer have
the physical strength to look after
gi ests, much a- you wish other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, and that ybu will be glad to
reserve roomt, for them at a court
will be held for
our Late Brother
JEFFERSON REYNOLDS ROBOT
at 3 p.m. Sunday, December 2nd,
at the Masonic Temple, Cristobal, C.Z.
This will be an 'open service and all
Friends are Welcome.
THE CARIBBEAN ARMY &
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concession for all Army and
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Panama area. Invitations and
Bid Forms are available at
the Central Exchange Office,
Bldg. 154, ft. Clayton, C. Z.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate,
must be submitted no later
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1657. For further information. I H
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gTJNDAY, DECEMBER t, MM
first Ladies Day At Race
Kensington, Begonia, Today's
iblazo, Patan Tangle
In Hot Sprint Feature
f The scenery out at the President Remon race
track will be greatly improved this afternoon on the
; occasion of the first "Ladies Day" at the local oval.
Women will be admitted free today and hereafter
Jjthe first Sunday of each month.
iCachafaz-ooaiplete the six-horse
This decision, recently made
fy the Panama Gambling Board,
ll sure to increase the attend attendance
ance attendance and make many new local
lns for the sport of kings.
A $750 seven furlong "Special"
tram. Kensington, probably the
gram. Kensington, probtbly the
fastest sprinter in these parts,
will get his stiffest test to date
when he goes against classy Go Go-lazo,
lazo, Go-lazo, a disappo intment in
Wednesday's classic, ana
Wghly rated Patan.
The veteran-Begonia, back in
top form, could register his
third vlc.ory within a fortnight.
After an impressive victory, Be-
f iia was defeated by Kensjng Kensjng-last
last Kensjng-last week Saturday over six
longs but came back on
dnesday to score impressive impressively
ly impressively Speedy Elko and the slumping
Alfreds Vasauez. who rode
Patan m a losing effort on
will guide Kensmg-
jfAlfredo was aboard
BB&ftlio flyer wnen
"the track record of
JvrtriOhgs last week
Ruben. . Vasijuov gets the
mount on patan; The latter was
the 'Jess than,, two. lengths" behind
winner Gavllaa, tea Wednesday .-Gavilan's
Gavilan's .-Gavilan's time lot the seven
furlongs was 1:25 2-5 a compar compared
ed compared to 1:25 1-5 for Begonia. The
nine-year-old Begonia will be
ridden by his favorite jockey,
Gabriel. Montero will do the
booting aboard Elko while For?
tunato 'Hidalgo Jr. will handle
the reins; bh Cachafaz.
1st Race "C
D" Natives 7 Ff.
Pool Closes 12:45
OF THE DOUBLE
A. Vasquez 110
G. Sanchez 108
R. Gomez 108
G. Vasquez lllx
B. Baeza 114
F. L. Gill 108
Blaik's One Game Season
Finds Clock Navy As Foes
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
2nd Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOl'BLL
2 Amin Didl
3 Fay Spot
5 Oro Purito
6 My Friend
... Ortega 105
j. Phillips 110
A. Vasquez 115
R. L. Gil 108
B. Baeza 110
H. Ruiz 110
OUT OF DOORS with
COCKM FIELD PR05MCTS
i fy JOt STETSON
SWHEN it is realized- by owners
of American cocker spaniels
throughout the country that the
1956 National Cocker Field Trial
ChamDion is Bttle undersized
show dog whose immediate ances ancestors
tors ancestors never dreamed of pushing a
nhaant into a shotgun pattern,
LerhaDs there'll be a little looking
under the sofa.
Perhaps the scent of pheasant
would cause that moist black nose
ti twitch a wigweg message to the
civ el Mat would-mpel
pred oaws in fast pursuit
ev rooster that tried to sneak
round a hunter and his dog.
It's for sure there are few e e-n
n e-n Ugh known bird dogs among the
cocker clan. Somewhere, tucked a a-way
way a-way in the hundreds of thousands
of homes that boast cockers at
pets, there must be wasted talent,
fisted spirit, frustrated desire to
nt, passed down through the
hi i. 'Vi m
3rd Race "H2a." Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 1:45
1 Sherry Time R. Vasquez 116
2 Tap Lady G. Sanchez HO
3 Slrena G- Vasquez 90x
4 Jai Alal E. Ortega 116
5 Don Manuel O. de Leon 110
4th Race "G" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pol Closes 2:20
1 Mimi G. Vasquez 104x
2 Conquistador B. Baeza 113
3 Don Jllnie J. Gongora 113
4 Redondlta A. Gonzales 113
5 LiborifS. F .Godoy 108
6 Chepanita R. Vasquez 116
7 Bagdad G. Moricero 107x
5th Raoe J'A" Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse $375, Pool Closes 2:55
1 Riqui B. Agulrre 112,
2 Apache J. M. Bravo 113
3YoSikito S. Carvajal 110
4 Ocean Star R. Vasquez 119
y JIMMY BRESLIN
WEST POINT. N.Y. (NEA
Earl Blaik should be used to it by
now. In jl916, he was an end on
the Army varsity and found out
for the first time what a game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Navy means.
since then, Blade has been
inrougn the two weeks before a
Navy game as an assistant coach
for 16- more. But as Blaik gets his
Cadets ready for this year's game
nt nL:i. j i x v
i nuipaeipnia, uec. l, tie is as-
eaey as it this were his first time.
The phone rings in his high-ceil-
in" 0,( ce an(j ne answers it-.grum-
puy. The phone always rings a lot
ociore an Army-Navy game and
most of the callers are former
players or newspaper men and
Red must talk to them. But he
sli t feels the phone is robbing
iiuii oi precious ume.
generations of show dogs from the
field dog parentage.
True,, even the best prospect to today
day today might not be "geared to go"
in the dense, low cover for which
cockers were bred. Eyes may be
poorly protected, feet may not be
well made up, coat may be too
profuse for burrs.
But if the doe is bold, if he has 7th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.
that spark possessed by the cock-1 Purse $750 Pool Closes 4:06
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:35
1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 semlpleno V. Ortega 110
2 Single SUpper p. A8ui- H5
3 American Maid A. Vas. 122
4 Bright Blade B. Baeza 108
5 Fellac O. de Leon 108
6 (Ronton G. Sanchez 115
7 (Socorrito G. Vasquez 102x
5. there Us field mows
, i. mm 9K
n at one wm
those feath- larf, keep
ers of yesteryear, get him out of
the parlor and into the pasture.
Take him along the hedge rows
and into a corn patch. If he seems
to. like what he's doing, if his bo
dy goes aquiver at the scent of a
e or his head snaps up
rrine rise of a meadow
going until you pus upteth Race "Elimination imp. e r.
rd with him
he shows interest and plea
sure, you may have a gun dog
prospect. If you have trouble get
ting him back to you, you do have
a gun dog prospect and an obh
gation to the field dog heritage of
the breecLrGct to a spiritual beet
er of ytoB, Wfrierid. Find a
gun-dog man to Tielp you to give
your dog his due
Eisentiol to good grooming
Heather Shove Lotio . mot mot-culine.
culine. mot-culine. Invigorating. Prejto
Winute Shove . ulhmote in
having convenience . iV
months of luxury show.
Good Grooming fVegins with
TV mi i
2ND RACE OF THE DOHBLr.
1 Golazo F. Gatlca 115
2 Paian R. Vasquez 115
3 Elko G. Montero 103x
4 Begonia B. Bae2a 113
5 Kensington A. Vasquez 113
6 Cachafaz F. Hidalgo ,108
Purse $600 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Vulcanizado G. Sin. 1 16
2 Newbrlghton F. Gatica 108
3 Punllist G. Vasquez lOOx
4 Alabarda F. Sanchez lOOx
5 Devon Maiden B. Agui. 110
8 Copapfr O. de Leon 108
9th Race 4th Seres Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $600 'Pool Closes 5:15
2 Dawn Soni
3 T.uckv Te
4 Febrero 1$
6 Little Fool
F. Alvarez 115
F. Gatlca 105
J. Gongora 108
W. Phillips 106
H. Ruiz 106
A. Ycaza 115
G. Sanchez 118
A. Vazquez 116
10th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $600 JPool Closes 5:40
1 Chlvlllngo R. vasquez n&
2 Barge Royal F. Gatica 108
3 Tlburon A. Ycaza 108
4 (Iguazu H. Baeza 103
5 (Maria Stuardo A. Viz. 118
1 Rabiblanco (e) Portal
2 Gay Spot My Friend
3 Jai Alal Sherry Time
4 Redondita Chepanita
5 Ocean Star Apache
6 American Maid B. Blade II
7 Begonia Kensington
8 Vulcanizado Devon Maiden
9 Persian Countess Gourmet
10 Barge Royal ChivYlingo
It is the same with the clock
it win snow, at 12 o clock, thar it
is lime to eat lunch; at 6:30, din dinner.
ner. dinner. Blaik feels both hours cut too
deeply into a day he knows is far
The game will be decided by
the black-shirted kids he puts oh
me neia, out maiK has to give
mem a way to ao it. so he tries
to find spots for an extra hour or
two in a coacMng day that all sea
son long has been 14 hours except
Sunday, which Blaik and his staff
consider an off-day. They watch'
game movies for only six hours
So each morning at 8:30, the
coach and' his staff Carney Las Las-lie,
lie, Las-lie, Dale Hall, Doc Blanchard,
xora narp, uick vons, Koger An
u,y.a 'tart to pian tor yie one
aitWJwlnch rteans a -siieeess or
laiiure for the 1956 season.
in l i r -.
iuey looK ior a lormuia such as
the one which saw Army slam off
its own left side, crumble Navy's
tackle and end and roll to a 14-6
victory last year without complet
ing a forward pass.
And they hop they won't be
caught as they were the year be before
fore before when the Middies stayed in inside
side inside Don Holleder, then an All-America
end, and trampled Blaik's
Nothing that happened iO sea season
son season counts as far as the Armv is
concerned. That's an oM saw when
you talk of this big service rivalry,
out it noios true. Last year, Hoi
ieaer as a quarieroacK was an o-
verall flop. But he ran th team
to a win over Navy. He was a to
tal success in one afternoon.
It is the same this year. Bob
Kyasky, a halfback, was put in at
quarterback and the Cadets fell a
part against Michigan.
Dave Bourland, who was hurt,
moved into the slot against Syra
cuse and he ran Army the length
of the field twice without getting
a score. Kyasky was sent to full fullback
back fullback and started running as he
can. But fumbles a recent Cadet
trademark because of new hands
running the show made it easier
for Pittsburgh to win.
Blaik doesn't think -of these
games as he does through the in
cessant detail work with Dale
Hall, who scouted Navy tuT year!
The fumbles are forgotten as he
gets his team together at 4:30
each afternoon as runs them un until
til until six..:
Nobody talks of Michigan or
what happened to Army's line
backers when Colgate ran up 46
46 points when the coaching staff
meets after dinner and plans some
The talk is of Navy, the game
you must win at West Point and
the game that never seems the
same to Blaik.
"You are as interested in It
ves. as tight after 20 years as
you were the first time around,"
he says. If you re not, then you
have no business being here.
THE NEW HUTSON People
called Harlo'n Hill the present
day Don Hutson after the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Bears' end. grabbed two
touchdown passes to shock the
New York Giants.
Last Big Week-Ends
With Ga. Tech Win;
(lemson, Miami Too
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP).
Army knocked Navy out a pos possible
sible possible Cotton Bowl trip today
by tying the favored Middies,
7-7, in their annual, tradition
heavy game before 102,000
fans. Navy hadto come from
' behind in the fourth quarter
to score alter Army had inter intercepted
cepted intercepted a third quarter pass
tnd returned it to the Sailor
4. There fullback Bob Kyasky
went over for the teedee.
In other major results Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech whipped Georgia in
another traditional game, 35 35-0;
0; 35-0; unbeaten, but once-tied
Miami University downed Flor Florida
ida Florida in yet another big game,
20-7; Texa Tech lashed Har Hardin
din Hardin Simmons. 41-14: Mississip
pi sneaked by state rival Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State, 15-13; Missouri
edged Kansas, 13-0; LSU
nudged Tulane, 7-6; and un unblemished
blemished unblemished Tennessee spanked
Vanderbilt in their annual
cross state battle, 27-7.
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REQUIRED READING Brook Brooklyn'
lyn' Brooklyn' Clem Labine, who pitches
as if he wrote it, does a little
off-season studying of Christy
Mathewson's "Pitching in a
Pinch," written in 1911.
HUG FOR THE WINNER Teammate Bob Gutowski (right)
hugs America's Bob Richards after the later won the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic gold medal in the pole vault even at Melbourne, Austra Australia.
lia. Australia. Gutowski wa$ second.
BALTIMORE (NEA) Green
tree Trainer John Gaver is proud
of his success with the Pimlico
Special, hisjijme state's turf e e-vent.
vent. e-vent. Gaverjlps saddled four win winners
ners winners Tom Tool, Shut Out, Capot
and One Hittfr.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.
(NEA) Some time before he
captured the public eye in foot foot-bail,
bail, foot-bail, major league baseball scouts
were inquiring about Milt Plum.
Penn State's 6 toot z-incn, iao-
pound quarterback was a stand standout
out standout catcher in high school at Wood Woodbury,
bury, Woodbury, N.J., and on sandlots.
"t like baseball." says Plum,
"played it during the summer, but
footbail was' more important to
me. I didn't believe I could attora
tn skin snrine oractice."
The vounaster recounts now,
each, spring, before baseball and
foottalf practice were about to be begin,
gin, begin, he weighed the advantages
and disadvantages of neglecting
one for the other.
"Each time." he recalls, "I de
cided that I never would become
a good football player unless
stayed with it in the spring."
4 i ...
Sure C Average
Fails To Tempt
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.(NEA)
Coach Rip Engle of Penn State
was talking to a football scout re representing
presenting representing a southern school.
The forager reported that sever several
al several years ago he tried hard to land
Dick Hunter, North Carolina State
halfback from Leechburg, Pa.
"Why," he said, "we gah-unteed
that boy at least a C average."
1. Dianalicia $4.40, 3.40
2. Amat $15.20
1. Abrami $3.40, 2.40
2. Mezereum $3
First Double: $7.80
1. Rafaelito $2.80, 2.20
2. Dona Perica $2.60
1. Jachalift $7.80, 3.40
1. -Tully Bar $3.20, 2.20
2. -Radical $2.80
1. -ArrabaWo-f, 8.60
2. Dainty Duches $6
1. Camberwell $7, 3.40
2. Melrose $3.40
Second Double: $82.80
1. -Mdnaco $2.80, 2.60
2. Fitoh $4.40
' NINTH RACE
1. Distingo $6.80, 3.60
1. Gonetino $8.20, 4.20
2. Alhajar $3.80
NEW YORK (NEA) Newt
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verweisht o-verweisht at weieh-in time was
received by boxing people with an
The Stiilman's Gym set still is
burned because Pate Mello was
not taken along as boxing coach.
Mello, a top New York trainer,
was in charge of the 105$ tem,
brought in a record fiv gold mtd mtd-ai
ai mtd-ai winners.
To the fight mob. it was unheard
e; that a kid would mln making
weight by an ounce.
i "Somebody over then i t h r
don't kiidw or .fell asleep to, the
morning," wmtey Bimsteln re remarked.
marked. remarked. "You get a kid down that
close to weight you can get him a
half-pound under at weikgh-in time.
Don't let him at breafast, that's
"I never heard of a thing like
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (NEA) -Guard
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ball football Lehigh Engineers worked as
an assistant railroad conductor
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last time . eavyweight champion champion-:'
:' champion-:' it. fights have ended in a knock knock-out.
out. knock-out. Archie Moore and Floyd Pat Pat-terson,
terson, Pat-terson, who met for the title at
Chicago Stadium, Nov. 30, were
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By Accident, Not, Design; That's How Coaches Are Found
rTNTJAY. DECEMBER S. 19SI
Soph Reifsnyder Finds Backfieldi rZ
Glory As Wrecking Navy Tackle
Wallace Wtdi hid cenquertd
'the college football world at Ala
!bama. Hie Old Man, as the call called
ed called him, moved to Duke. Who to
To Bring 'Em In
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Bob Reifsnyder, Naty
A LITTLE jockeying for position
' h lt .that's holding up any base base-bail
bail base-bail Giant moves in the direction
ef Yankee Stadium. . .Horace
jStonetaam's waiting for the Yankee
ihiefs to call him. . they're wait-
league franchise m tne Aiamo
country . with none of the false
front of the lamented Dallas ven venture.
ture. venture. .
kg for.Hflrace a.jmiifc
texafcWl mOD'y is
ettinTtto a National F
Gamble of the decade: George
Halas was so sure no one had ever
heard of Florence State Techers'
Harlon Hill that the ChiBears
waited until the 15th draft round
tfi corrdl him. . as a standing
flanker in the Bear offense, catch catching
ing catching or decoying, Hill averages
more than three miles of running
ever Sunday. .-.
f Hpw the football Giants happen happened
ed happened to trade fdr standout Little Mo
Modzelcwski: when the club's of offensive
fensive offensive linemen were ballotted for
the toughest defensive tackle they
bumped into last year. Little Mo
ofLthe Steelers was a unanimous
Behind the slump in New Eng Eng-land
land Eng-land college football is the increas increased
ed increased raiding of the area by such as
Michigan Stat and Notre Dame...
gays Boston University's Buff Don Don-nelli:
nelli: Don-nelli: "They've skimmed off the
prises . beside which a lot of
pds can't meet our entrance re requirements
quirements requirements since we started col col-Hi
Hi col-Hi hoards. ..."
Hank Greenberg, who's already
old the American League on inter inter-toop
toop inter-toop sehedoling, lias picked up a
National "League ally -fn 1 Prank
Lane ef .the Cards. .
New York Coach Jim Lee How How-e.l
e.l How-e.l allows as to how he always en enjoy!
joy! enjoy! pdsymg against the Chicago
B 'tfh when he was an active end
.. . except the one time he mov moved
ed moved across the lire! and caught a
first -tbiidrr oh the jaw . and
was in no condition to find out the
culprit' Identity mitil he looked at
Hints the next week. turned out
to r big tatkfe named Ed Koi Koi-aran
aran Koi-aran now. a Howell, assistant as
Giant line coach
Floyd Pattwiw's biggest worry
befor tto Archie Moore fight
was: If it should go to 13 rounds,
1 better not make any mistakes
then. I notice how Archie comes
on late. . ."
As a Columbia, SC., high school
boy, Joel Wells, the heavy duty
;?lfoack Who powered Clemson in into
to into a probable Orange Bowl bid,
was reluctant to turn out for foot football
ball football . because his brother Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy had been a high school (and
Clemson) hotahot before him
and Joel was -afraid they'd expect
too much of Mm.
Don ScMundt; All-America leaug leaug-tr
tr leaug-tr at Indiana, has forgotten hoops
twl hooks . despite pre lure.
. . making t. o math selling in in-surmice
surmice in-surmice in bloommgton. ..."
... Barton QUI i
so ar of broken noses on five dif different
ferent different occasions. ....
Between you'n'me, there were
more than inducements to the kid
himself which made the National
Collegilte' Atnietb Association
perk up in a recent college basket basketball
ball basketball recruiting rhubarb .. the kid's
girl friend was being splurged to
a free education, too at another
school, and for a seven-year med medical
ical medical course, yet
By JIMMY BRESLIN
ANNAPOLIS (NEA) When
Bob Reifsnyder, Navy's big tackle,
was a schoolboy at Baldwin, N.Y.,
i was the town her...
At 6 2 add 220, he was a
thumping fullback whose ball car carrying
rying carrying was the cen r of attraction.
In September of last year,
young Reifsnyder turned out for
the piece team ready to ride the
Eddie Erdelatx walked onto the
field to look over his first year
talent. He spotted Reifsnyder with
the backs and ambled over to him.
"How big are you, son?" he
When Reifsnyder said he was a
bit heavier than his high school
weight-236, to be exact Coach
Erdelatz didn't even think it over.
"You're a tackle now," he said.
who comes around here
you doesnt play full-
the job. His name was Knute K DOlVt N(l
HILADELPHIA (NEA) SEv-
eral college seek new head football
coaraes California, Texas and Co
lumn. among them.
Here's a suggestion to them
Don t Co lookm e for hi name take hie l0
Just keep walktb and stumble in-! "There's a little fellow coaching
to a winner. the backs at Georgia who I liked,"
Evidence, you say. Well,. Jim .5 id someone m authority.
Tatum brought practically the en- i That's how Frank Thomas got
C-e Jacksonville Naval Air' Base t,. Alabama. The Crimson Tide has
with him to Oklahoma in IMS. neve been the same without him.
The Big Jim Tatum entourage Frank Leahy was sellingrubber-
auso inciu:ea as assistant named soled shoes. Ca 1 Snavely,
Bud Wilkinson, who had never i Cornell vi rnnrlurt.ine a
To Mfeet In 1957
- Hall Of Fame Game
EVANSTON, HI. (NEA) Dow
FinsterwaU ami Mrs. M a r tt n e
Hi.gge were elected the mill im improved
proved improved golf professionals W195
by their fellow competitor,
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa.
(NEA i Tackle, Jack calderone
of Perm State lata cartoonist, !- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y. (UP)
The St. Louis Cardinals and Chi-
Every now and men one 01 nis cago White Sox will play the 1M7
been a head coach
When atum ft Oklahema aft after
er after one seasoa with the athletic de department
partment department rouhtly in the financial
condition of Shelby, Mont., follow
ing the Dempsey-:harge decided
"I'm the Forcham line coach,"
wrote Leahy, "and I'm peddling
rubber-soled shoes. I'd like to talk
about my shoes, and if you have
efforts appears on the bulletin
board in the locker room. Every Everyone
one Everyone got a big laugh out of the
latecf Tr ctiinr Din lTnolp An trio
then Ofl.irialina anA Uralf Monnr Old..
cach-lpound tackle, dragging an oppo oppo-Inent
Inent oppo-Inent up to the coach by the col
Hall of Fame major teaetie exhi
bition game next July 22, it was
to give the personable young Wil-ja class, particular! in line play,
"You dont need to bring
to me, wait, just tackle
Engle is saying.
The White Sox have appeared
twice previously .in. the same at!
Abner Doubjeday Field, losing to
'the 'Cincinnati Redlegs. l(5-fi. in'
1953 and to the Brooklyn Dodgers,;
'em 7-5. in 1943. The Cardnif's ntaved
the game in 1942 and defeated
the Philadelphia Athletic. 5-2.
Today ncant o .35 -1!?0
"SUDDEN DANGER" :
"CRASHING LAS VEGAS"
Today IDEAL .25 ,f5l
Susan Hayward In
'TLL CRY TOMORROW"
Glenn Ford In
as big as
As the Middies finished their
workouts for the big Army game
at Phi' tdelphia's Municipal Sta Stadium
dium Stadium on Saturday, Reifsnyder is
the starting tackle and then some.
Erdelatz says he has the ability to
become the best line-man he has
coached at Annapolis.
This would seem to place Erde
!atz in the role of a one-look won
der, a coach who can cast a play
er properly without seeing him do
so mucn as run.
"It was a automatic move," he
explains. You find it happening
neariy every piace. wnen a high
scnooi luuoacK reports to a col
lege coach, he is sized up as i
lineman. Most of them wind up as
guards or center. The extra big
ones like Reifsnyder you turn
tnem into tackles or maybe ends
Speed is the basic reason. The
normal high school fullback does
not have the all important first
step quickness a college back
needs. He has the bulk and mobi mobility
lity mobility of a lineman.
Michigan State clubs, for cam
ple, are built on a foundation of
h.gh school fullbacks manning the
guaros. inrougnout his long ca
reer at Columbia, this was stan standard
dard standard fc- Lou Little, who had a
reason. He was a ball-carrying
star at Leominster, Mass., b u t
wound up as a tackle at Penasy.
kmson his first crack at being a
Before Yalo and Herman Hick
man decided to sever relations in
1952, Jordan ObW-had been en
gaged as an aide to sharpen the
ulldog's teeth. Oliver was.evaila was.evaila-e
e was.evaila-e only because Loyola of Los
ngeles had given up football.
When Hickman departed, the
f'.rmer VilUjpjVa tackle and drill-
master that fan took over a suad
he had never seen. The Elis have have-m't
m't have-m't had it so good in year. Thev
have just won the first official
champion ship of the Ivy League
w.ui an 8-i record.
In June of 1C14, teammates
graduated frmm Notre Dame, One
was the great quarterback, Gus
Dorais, the other an under sized,
bald-headed even then nrl TViok
had been roommates. Dorais was
so tremendous op the field of bat battle
tle battle that the Good Fathers offered
him the head coaching job.
The little misfit end wanted to
get married. He had been a prize
fighter, had gone to college four
ears later than the rest as a pile
vaulter. So, Dorah stepped aside
and his relativel obscure pal took
Gator Bowl Prexy
Says PHI Gives
Fans Top Attraction
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP) -Gator
Bowl President Roger
Main said, "I think the inier-
sectional factor is important to
our Gate? Bowl fans, and acquir acquiring
ing acquiring a school With the prestige of
Pittsburgh is a crtdit'to' our game
and Jacksonville. Having Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh not only gives us a good
chaice of coming up with the best
bowl attraction of the season. It
will add to the interest for our
IV audience as well as locally."
The. Gator Bowl annually Is the
first major bowl to be played at
the close of the football season,
and will be nationally televised..
Pitt's Sugar Bowl appearance
last Jan. l was sparked by the
appearance of Negro fullback Bob
Grier, which raised strong pro protests
tests protests from Louisiana and Georgia
officials, and eventually prompted
passage of a law to prohibit the
future jAppearance of Negroes in
the Sugjfr 'Bowl.
Prom a coehiny standpoint,
this is a fine move. What about
the player? He shows up with the
idea of deing a big man through
his running. He winds up some somewhere
where somewhere in the middle of a pile of
guys and most of the time his
girL friend has to watch closely or
sLe won't even know he's in the
It doesn't bother Reifsnyder.
"I'm playing," he says. "That's
what I wanted to do. It's a game
for 11 men and, alt of 'em have
Against Notre Dame, Boh Reif Reifsnyder
snyder Reifsnyder rammed into Auhrev T.w.
is, belted the ball from his hands
ana icii on it for a recovery that
set up a Navy touchdown.
Against Penn, he reached out for
a sway forward pass, grabbed it
ana went 83 yards for a t,rh
He gets a little glory, too.
CINCINNATI (NEA) -r. Ultui
(Chico) Alvarez, Cincinnati's re recruit
cruit recruit Cuban outfielder, may prove
a stern test for Manager
Birdie Tebbe&s' linguistic ability.
Playing in a Colombia winter
le .gue in 1955, Alvarez missed a
pitch, but continued to swing until
his bat hit the catcher. He tret tret-ted
ted tret-ted tj first base, claiming interfer interference
ence interference by the catcher.
On another occasion, he eame
t: bat with his cap pulled down
over his eyes.
"Me fool pitcher," he said. "He
not think I'm looking."
Gator Bowl Bid
I would be happy to be a part of
Frank Leahy was, and when the
president of Boston College caVled
snavely for advice about a coach.
that's ho The Master got to BC
and Notre Dame.
A group ef sports writers were
sitting around in Los Angeles,
when a rebak be.ween Southern
California and California and Stan
ford opened a job for a head foot football
ball football coach. A young doctor hung
around with them.
"Coach!" he exclaimed one
"how about Howard Jones?"
"Howard Jones of Yale and Io
wa? one of the sports writers
The sports writers took Howard
Jones, who had been out of foot-!
nan, to Warren Bovard, SOOUTHE
California comptroller. Five mini-ten
Ute the announcement came:
"Howard Jones is the had football
coac'i of Southern California."
So, 1 say to schools looking for
Don't go much farther than just
a-ound the corner.
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Pikeville 96 Kings College 95
Georgetown 86 Lincoln Memo.
Mor. Brown 81 Alabama St. 75
Car. -Newman 94 Wsn Card. St.
Fisk 54 Alabama A&M 51
SAN DIEGO. Calif VtlPwRoh
Elliott, who played with the
Q u n : 4 i t
x-uratci ana wants-, nas
signed to manage the San Diego
Padres of the Pacific Coast
League for the second year. Gen Gen-eral
eral Gen-eral Manager Ralph Kinee. a for,,
mr Pirate star,: .made the an announcement
nouncement announcement Thursday.
DlCk Dick James re-iniurpH hi
knee in a practice session on
Wednesday and will bit unahl tn
play Sunday when the Washington
Redskins olay the New York
Giants In Yankee Sodium. James'
Injured leg will remain in a cast
for at least a week.
MONTREAL (UP) -Eddie Ma-
zur, former Montreal Canadiens
left wine, has been susnonHoH in.
definitely for failing to report to.
Rochester of the American Hockey
League, mazur wanted to be
shipped to the Winnipeg farm and
vnen asxed to go to Rochester in instead,
stead, instead, he balked.
Loop Race Turning
Into 3-Team Derby
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP)
THE National Hockey League
rice this season slowly is turriing
into a three-team derby wfth the
"haves" finding little trouble beat
ing the "have nots."
Thursday night action was a typ
ical example. The first-nlace Bos
ton Bruins beat the last-place Chi
cago Black Hawks, 2-0; the sec
ondplace Detroit Red Wings de
feated .the fourth-place New York
Rangers, 4-1, and the third-place
Montreal Canadiens downed the
fifth-place Toronto Maple Leafs,
Terry Sawchuk, the loop's stingi stingiest
est stingiest goalie, turned in his second
shutout of the campaign and Real
Chevrifils and Ferny Flaman net netted
ted netted the goals for a comparatively
easy win for the Bruins.
Gordie Howe notched his 11th
and 12th goals of the season to
pace the Red Wings to their vic victory
tory victory over the Rangers in a game
marked by 16 penalties. The win
kept the Wings two'points in back
Dickie Moore, the league's top
goal scorer, got his 12th and 13th
of the campaign, as the Canadiens
handled the Leafs with plenty to
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP)
j ue university ot Pittsburgh
Althh there is no such pro
nimwon in riorida,
won t come up
Negro is listed on the Pitt lineup.
The Panther team is led in the
wcKieW by quarterback Corny
Salvaterra, and up front by United
(UP)-Dick Duck Duck-star,
star, Duck-star, has been
of the St. John's
. .n, Mtrovert in an extrovert's Press--All-America end Joe Walton
job w one analysis of Lamar Mc- qatcbers.
Han the reluctant duarterbaek at 3 : :
the Cgfcago Vardinala . .who's NEW YORK
CMClUo get his $3,000 fine back ett, backcourt
He gets so dbwn in the 'named captain
wimps owing 8 game that mates
havCto glfce him pep talks in the
huddle iteJtte he starts barking
Jim David of the 'Detroit I ions
has paid a price for his "oush
gy" reptrtattbn. . the recipient-'
a bid to nlav in the nr
Bowl (imp nUnn Mar
shall, chairman of the Gator Bowl
oetecuon committee said today.
Pittsburgh's omwsition in th
12th annual contest is expected to
I be selected Saturday night after
the season's final big football
the problem TIi -L ..LlTII". a.!
Dec. 29 as no iwi win. tv t;-l
match wfth Georgia Tech in a
replay rf last year's Sugar Bowl
Pitt, scheduled to dote its., res res-ular
ular res-ular season f against Miami nexti
has lost this year to California
arid Minnesota, but since then
has downed Notre Dame and
Army; nd tied Penn State. The
Panthers also have
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ESTANISLAO GARCIA, JR.
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS MANY
Client's and to the Public in General that he is as their service at
uujee, Oregon and
University basketball team for the! credit fdr the onlv vidorv chalked
second straight season. The 23-! up this year against Syraucuse
year-old senior led the Indians toj The Dec. 29 date will bp Pitt's
the National Invitation finals in second bowl appearance this-year.
1952-53 and last year was the The stee! citv pjmre-Souse lo-t o
(':'b', scrond highest scorer with (ieorgia Tech, 7-0, Jan. 1 in thr
1 Sugar Bowi.
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TIV0L1 BEAUTY SHOP
Will be opened for the con convenience
venience convenience of oar C. Z. patrons.
from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Ui VlOVerniTient oP'XSVZMUe Pte (cen!l nsht? the candlea durlnff the Webelos ceremonies held re re-weer
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WASHINGTON (UP) The,
Bureau of Mines during the cur current
rent current fiscal year will "intensify"'
its nation-wide research in rr ri rials
als rials and non-metals essential to I
deierse and industrial progress,
according to Interior Secretary
Fred A. Seaton.
The bureau will use the more
than $22,000,000 provided by Con-
Es for fiscal 1057 to conduct
studies and maintain exper exper-it
it exper-it stations and laboratories in
27 states and Alaska.
(The stepped -up program will be!
directed toward developing engi-j
neenng principles mat win pro
mote safer as well as more effi
went, pining practices, bureau of-
miau said. Working closely with
private industry, researchers will
look into every phase of mining.
Methods and costs of both un
derground and surface mining of
m non-fuel minerals, rock me mechanic,
chanic, mechanic, drilling and blasting
techniques, ore-sampling theories,
ana practices ana areas ot major
mineral resources wilt be studied.
the minerals research program
will be concerned with more than
70 items, chief among which are
the ferrous (iron-based) metals
and alloys; the light metals upon
which the nation's aircraft indus industry
try industry feeds, titanium, aluminum
and magnesium; and copper,
lead and zinc.
Researchers also will give their
attention to the four so-called
"wonder metals of the future
eolumbium, tantalum, beryllium
and selenium, officials said.
The national highway program
now getting under way and the
continued high levei of housing
construction are expected to
make a heavy demapd on the
miains of such materials as sand,
gjavei and stone, officials report-
FOR SALE: North Americans
moving. Roper automatic gat
stove one ton, airtomp air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, electric water heater,
two deer Foods rama fr
and Refrigerator, Magna
inert lelevmon. a use
months. Phono Panama 3-i
"Fomol" apartment 4, Ricardo
Ar as St.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator, 25
cycle cu it., porcelain inside.
Cuba Avenue 2724 Apt. 2
from 4:00 p.m. on.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator,
Phileo, I cubic feet, deep
free compartment, 60 cycle,
1 year old 4 year guarantee
left, call Balboa. 3562, after
FOR SALE: Whirlpool auto automatic
matic automatic washer, bed foam rub rubber
ber rubber r..attress, sectional couches
nylon covered foam rubber, 15
small appliances clothes. Tel.
FOR SALE:- Apartment size gas
range, brand new. Must soli. Call
FOR SALE: Philippin. RaHn
mahogany bar with 2 rod leath leather
er leather covered bar steels. Excellent
condition. Phone Balboa 2436
LOST fir FOUND
LOST: Clarinet in a brewn
end white check ese, made by
Bumfy Stlmer Reward for re re-turn.
turn. re-turn. Call 2-1330, 2-3322.
WANTED:-. Good housekeeper
for family ef two. Phone Balbee
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Looking on are Peter Schoomaker (left) and Chief Akela, who
inforcing Egypt with new jet
fighters and bombers. Fear
Soviet seeking to set up military
bases in Egypt before crisis there
can be settled. Persistent re reports
ports reports of Soviet bombers flying
high at night toward Middle East.
WHAT'S RUSSIA UP TO? Western capitals are alarmed over persistent reports of large large-scale
scale large-scale Russian troops and plane movements. Some of the reports are rounded up on Newsmap
above. Russian military moves were said to involve both Europe and the Middle East. A
"leading Arab spokesman" was quoted as saying that World War 111 is imminent unless the
Middle East mess isn't Cleaned up "immediately."
FOR SALE: 950 Mercury
convertible 43,000 miles, all the
extras one owner. Cxc''r't
condition. $450.00. Phone Na Navy
FO-R SALE : 1952 4 door
Chevrolet. Off'ce ? 2719, Home
2-3214. After 5, 516 Ancon.
FOR SALE: BY ORIGINaT
owner 1951 Oldsmobi'e hard
tnp ro-iverf 'b'e coupe. Ai;tr i i-tic
tic i-tic transmission, radio, wind wind-sh'eld
sh'eld wind-sh'eld watiier back up lights,
turn signals. Duty paid. $ 700.
'hon Panama 3-6960 during
day. 3-1711 on Sunday.
FOR SAi.E:- 1954 ord V8
sunliner hard top, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, defroster, under coating,
turn signals, back up lights,
white wall tires, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1,225 no trades. Phono'
FOR SALE: Ford Gaunus 15
M, 1956. Inquires: Stempel Sol:
FOR SALE: 1949 Studebaker
Fordor Duty paid $200.00, 758 758-B
B 758-B Barneby St. Tel. 2-3698.
FOR SALE: Late 1953 Da So Soto
to Soto Visedom V-8, 4 door, tedan
excellent condition. Phone P P-nam
nam P-nam 3-4159.
FOR SALE:- 1947 Packard 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, $175.00. Call Chariot pis pistole,
tole, pistole, Balboa 3079 or Balboa 27-
FOR SALE; '1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air convertible V-8, radio,
power glide, ww tiros. Excellent
condition. Call Clayton 2160.
Prepare Your Car or True for
tha Inspection! We hava the
parts you need. AUTOAC, 15th
St & Melendex. Ave., Colon.
armor along roiish border. Red units with within
in within Poland heavily reinforced. Huae Soviet
I rorces in roiana concentrated at key points
ranks and planes to crush revolt. Thou
sond tanks rina and attack Budarast alone
I Three more tank
I orncT ney cituis.
LEBANON Russian plones
and crews reported here.
Total of 3,000 planes esti estimated
mated estimated in four Arab states.
claims Russia re
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE:- Man's suit, size
36, and 2 winter coats, size 38.
Telephone 3-5024. Panama.
FOR SALE:- Key a I portable'
Spanish typewriter. Excellent
condition $45.00 Call Fort De Devi
vi Devi 572.
FOR SALE: Golf clubs, 4
woods and 9 irons. Best offer.
Office, 2-2719. Horn- 2-3214. 514
FOR SALE: Lastsr piano "Bet "Bet-sy
sy "Bet-sy Ross Spinet" Price $550.00
FOR SALE: Invertei, 6 volts
DC to 120 volts 60 cycle, 125
watts, like new $50.00. Marga Margarita
rita Margarita 8217A phone 3-2372.
FOR SALE:- Pure bred dal dal-mation
mation dal-mation pups, 30.00 A U. P. A A-vaiiable
vaiiable A-vaiiable 15 Dec. Phone 3-1786
House 612 Deesteps.
FOR SALE: Men's pocket
watch, Hamilton size 12 with
gold chain. Phone 2-4174.
FCR SALE: Piano excellent
condition $200.00, Knabe-Angel-us
upright. Owner music teach teacher
er teacher returning U.S. Phone, Navy
FOR SALE:- Washer Easy
spin Rinse excellent condition
$150.00 or best offer. Piano
Schumann Baby Grand $400.00
or best offer, Albrook 6203.
FOR SALE: Adult exercise bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, practically new, $50. Tel.
is really Sgt. Julius Roluffs!
(U.S. Army Photo)
reported massinq new
pours in hundreds of
armies move against
SYRIA IRAN Russia reported to
have secretly flown, hundreds of
jet fighters and bombers into Arab
nations, mostly in Syria and Iran.
Russia building up forces along her
Iran border., Russian planes also re reported
ported reported in Saudi Arabia.
ATTENTION. G. I.I Jutt built
modem furnished apartments, I.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further datailt call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Military inspected.
$55.00. Tel. 3-2061, Panama Via
Porras No. 99.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to couple without chil children.
dren. children. On Vie Porres, overlook overlooking
ing overlooking S A.S. commissary, $65.00.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment down stairs, fresh,
independent, inspected. Furn Furnished
ished Furnished $70.00 unfurnished $55.00
No. 14 Ave Jose de Fabrege
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, main' room has air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, living room, bar, with
stools, dining room, bathroom,
big kitchen, terrace, storage
room, maid's room with bath,
garage, all screened. For fur further
ther further information call 3-0615,
WANTED TO BUY: 1955 or
1956 Chevrolet, Plymouth er
Dodge, automatic change.
Reasonable price, Tel. 2-1558
from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.
NOW ITS LUMBER
SO DON'T LOSE
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 (UP)-
The lumber industry is gathering
up its shavings, sawdust and
scraps and turning out, wnai my
be a revolutionary materia).
The product is known as "par "particle
ticle "particle board." Essentially it is wood
chips and splinters pressed to together
gether together with glue and turned out
in sheets. Under normal condi
tions, particle board tends to be
as toueh and durable, or more so,
than comparable, conventional fi-1
ber boards or ordinary lumDer
The Timber Engineering Co., a
research affiliate of the National
Lumber Manufacturers Assn., re recently
cently recently opened a pilot plant for the
exclusive purpose of testing and
developing particle board. The
bulk of its research is done at
the request of the industry, which
is becoming more and more in
terested with the profitable pos
sibilities of utilizing scrap.
Particle board, even at this
early stage of its development, is
somewhat cheaper than compar
able lumber or plywoods. Its chief
uses are for paneling,, flooring
and sheathing. Commercially, it
has. successfully invaded the fur
niture industry with an increasing
percentage of the cores of furni furnitures,
tures, furnitures, or interior frameworks.
For certain surroundings, panel paneling
ing paneling of particle board makes a
striking show. The ships, shavings
and scraps of the original waste
stands out clearly on the surface
of the board. This will take a high
"Do-it-yourself" devotees are
limited, for now at least, to using
the board on indoor projects. No
practical, low cost glue, able to
stand up to the exterior wear and
James Dean Is Still Alive
By Charles Palms, Staff Writer, Panlist Feature Service
THE LATE JAMES DEAN is
living a different life today, than
most of his grieving fans realise.
Thousands of letters resent the
fact that the soul of James Dean
has gone to he judged by his Crea Creator.
tor. Creator. Embittered by his untimely
death, thousands insist that he still
lives. And James Dean is now get getting
ting getting more public attention than any
THE LAST James Dean story on
record begins at
6:58 pm. on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, September
SO, 1966. The
was racing his
at an 80 mph
clip along tha
Seconds later Dean
there was an earsplitting crash.
James Dean was dead.
SHORTLY AFTER the death
notice swept the country, his studio
was flooded with mail. This was a
normal reaction, and so was the
gradual decline of attention and
trickle of mail as winter ap approached.
proached. approached. But then an amasing thing hap happened.
pened. happened. The December mail brought
a second flood of letters. By Janu January
ary January the volume of mail reached
3,000; in July, 7,000; and the rate
has been about 8,000 letters per
month ever since. Dean's fan can't
believe he's dead. 1
OF THE SAME
You'll enjoy a vacation at tha
SAN JOSE INN
Address: San Jota Inn, San Jose,
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the. best bathing beach in
tha Republic, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences Moderate prices. The naw
management it anxious te serve
Gramlich'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES end lanje
beach house. One mils past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 18C6.
PHILLIPS' Oceamide Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR SALE:- Meter scooter
ceshman Delux ya r 1954
$175.00, 125 cycle washing ma ma-chine
chine ma-chine $90.00. Phone Navy 3218.
CHICAGO (UP) Experi
ments with ''rubneV roads" are
pnnt.innintf arrnrrlinp tn the
American Public Works Associa
tion. A stretch of highway 19
miles long near Ames, Iowa, is
the latest tn he surfaced with a
combination of asphalt and a ..rub-
hprivMl rnmnnnnn Kesearcners
hnne this surface will prove to be
less likely to crack or break.
tear of the weather, has yet been
developed. However. Timber En
gineering officials are confident
the necessary glue will be found.
Industry officials view particle
board primarily as another al
though vitally important use of
wood. It is expected to take its
place alongside plywood, fibre
board, and similar products of the
Although production has been
confined to sheets here, the par-
Hide board is turned out in shapes
in Eruope. Such items, which nor
mally require machining, as pic
ture frames, paneled and carved
doors and fancy moldings are pro produced.
duced. produced. Experts stress that particle
board has three useful qualities:
It normally does not require fram
ing for support; it takes and holds
screws and nails like regular lum lumber
ber lumber and it closts about two-thirds
as much as lumber needed for
the same purpose.
Particle board has been called
one of the most "important fac
tors" m helping the lumber in
dustry further reduce its moun
tainous w ste pile. Wood flour.
Charcoal, chemical products and
sou conditioners all have taken a
share of the scrap, but particle
board offers a glittering future.
Increase Height 2 to 6 inches
with our brand New Course.
Suitable for both sexes.' Re Results
sults Results guaranteed. Details free.
Address Activities (D 29 )
Kingsway, Delhl-9, India.
PEOPLE HAVE always found H
hard to face the fact of death. The
ancient Sumatrans bound various
parts of the body with cords during
sickness to prevent the escape of
Is this any different from the
Dean fans who try to bind the
spirit of James Dean to this earth
with an endless chain of letters?
NEITHER THE ancient Suma Sumatrans
trans Sumatrans nor tha Dean fans have the
true picture of life after death.
The belief in immortality is root rooted
ed rooted in the nature of man. Every
man has a natural craving for per perfect
fect perfect and unending happiness. This
craving cannot be fully satisfied in
this life. Each of us longs for
another, better life.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON de declared
clared declared that, "The impulse to seek
proof of immortality is itself the
strongest proof of aH." There must
be a life beyond the grave. God
would not put such a tremendous
longing in us without fulfilling it.
To man's natural belief in im immortality,
mortality, immortality, a confident assurance is
given by Christian faith in the
Risen Lord, "who will come to
judge the living and the dead," and
who promised life everlasting to
those who love and obey Him.
SO THE FANS are rightr-James
Dean is living but wrong in seek seeking
ing seeking him in our world. A the Rev.
Xen Harvey declared at Dean's
funeral, "The r f j of James Dean
has not endei1. s jo 1 be'jun.
And rememb; Hlmseif is
I directing the production."
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7fh Street, Golf
Heights. Phone 2-24B7 er 3-36-41.
FOR SALE: Chalet, Via Po Porras,
rras, Porras, 7th street. 2 bedrooms,
living, dining rooms, kitchen,
bathroom, porch beck of house,
front terrace entirely fanced.
ABOUT YOUR HAIR
This naw method of home treat
ment lor saving and growing thicker
hair will bo demonstrated in Panama
City Sun. 2, Moo 3, Tue. 4.
These private individual demon
strations will be held at the Hotel El
Panama 12 NOON to 9 p.m.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 10 In
an interview here today.. E. L.
Hicks, internationally famous
trichoiogist and director of the
Crown Hair and Scalp Consult Consultants
ants Consultants said: "There are many dif different
ferent different scalp disorders that cause
most men and women to lose
hair. Using common sense, a
person must realize no one tonic
or so called cure-all could cor correct
rect correct all the disorders."
"The Crown firm, recognizing
that most people are skeptical of
claims that hair can be grown
on balding heads, offer a guar guarantee,"
antee," guarantee," Hicks said.
Once a person avails himself
of the Crown treatment his
skepticism immediately disap disappears.
pears. disappears. To Insure this, we offer
this guarantee. "If you are- not
completely satisfied with your
hair nroeress at the end of 30
davs your money will be return
HOPELESS CASES DISCOURAGED
First the Trichoiogist Is quick
to tell hopeless cases that they
cannot be helped. But the hone hone-less
less hone-less cases are few. Only if a man
is completely, shiny bald is he In
this last catesrorv.
If there is fuzz, no matter hiw
lirht. thin, or colorless, the
Crown treatment can perform
A complete, private examina examination
tion examination is given by a Trichoiogist to
determine the condition of the
scalp, and catis for Ws hair
This exminRtionits Very thor thorough
ough thorough a"H hlph'v technic! It re
quires 20 to 30 mJmitiis: There is
no charge for this examination
and no appointment is necessary.
Boats & Motors
LeKs go frshing, $5.00 ew
ton. Large comfortable boat.
Contact ABERNATHY. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0264 days. 3-2145 nights.
FOR SALE: 18 foot outboard
cabin cruiser "Yoly" plywood
and fiber-glass hull. H a d,
cooking facilities, gasoline, e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric power unit, two bunks
all required equipment, many
extras. Cruiser $600.00 25 H.
P. Johnson outboard 1954 $200. $200.-00.
00. $200.-00. Located at Diablo Spinning
Club. Call Albrook 4138 duty
hours Albrook 4228 after duty
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Famous' Trichoiogist Will Demonstrate How
To Grow Thicker Hair and Guarantee Itl
After the examination the per
son is told the required length 0
treatment and how much It wil
After starting treatment th
person makes regular reports ti
the Crmwri firm in rUrlohnmi
City, to check the progress of ii
To spread the opportunity 0
normal, healthy hair to th
thousands who are desperatel:
lOOkine for heln inripnpnrlent
Trichologists are visiting variou
cities inrougnout tne unltei
States and Central America ti
conduct examinations and star
"We have nn niro-all fnr allph
shiny baldness," Hicks emphasiz
es. "If there is fuzz, the rtiot ii
still capable of creating hair aju
we can perform what seems U
be a miracle."
There is one thine:-Hicks wanti
to be certain every man am
woman knows. If a recession ap
pears at the temples or a sno
beeins to show on th rmwn n
the head, there is somethini
wrong and it should be given im
HAIR FOR LIFETIME
"If clients follow our directioni
during treatment and after the!
finish the nmirm rHM is n
reason why they will not havi
nair an tne rest or tneir lives.'
Hicks said "fhir firm la Hofln.
itelv behind. this t.riotmnt It ot
denends on the individual ciient'i
rauniui oDSprvatidn of a lev
HOWS YOUR HAIR?
If it worries you call Trichoi Trichoiogist
ogist Trichoiogist P. H. Loughlin at the Hotel
El Panama In Panama rHtn
- WitUllIC VlVf UM
Sundav 2, Monday 3. Tuesday 4
M A 1
lrom n noon to s p.m. The nub nub-He
He nub-He is irviteri.
Yf)ll do not nH an ,M.UlM.d
TM examinations are private and you
will not be eirl-rrassadi or obligated
in any way. Both men and woman are
THE 8FNDAT AMERICA
S 1 I P.
V Jig neet ror Jodau i oLi
MImoi Mte- feature spindled back section and ,UdU.
I panel f silver crusdoth. FtHnx adjustable .helve., divider
f to of watart, hardware a top are of silvery aifanW
Soprano Catiad Jhri
On petition, eqloi
are new designs
that owe no all
eular era nr Or
promise to beco
Die and eood- o
the familv vote
'jn wood fypiiture
ance io.a paru-
n lanjf They
e upholders of
They can be separated from
their collections and hold their In-
I 11 1 A . .
jaiviauainy in tne mixture of old
and new that characterizes so ma
ny of our homes.
A niece desiene bv fieoree .Ten
sen. for example, is described as
a room divider but it could just as
I f;. - li' rrn.;. L
cnauj ui agdiusi a wtii. mis is a
tfairlv lane', low niYe-nf rnspunnH-
r.r ; K7r.v. v
ninisnep umt .witn silvery hard hardware.
ware. hardware. Sliding doors conceal stor
age space in tne oast.
On top there's room for a table
Imodel television set. open shelf
aispiay ot noons and bric-a-brac
TO STRIP DOWN the bulk, sides
pre Barrow and slant back. The
sack features spindles instead of
solid: wood, and a sliding panel of
tlver grass cloth can block the
view through half the piece.
household records and
ence whict we file
er versaeB design, by
Perimutter.This Is a
ouare lamp table in a beige
inisk It has a nice, big filing
Irawer wMeh glides out at the
ouch M a finger.
out buying a thing. A table top,
for example, 'finished in two dif dif-prent
prent dif-prent wood, top and bottom, can
le rerse on its sculptured
wooa nase. no in buffets, sliding
panels finished on one side in plas-
uc ana me otner in cane, can al
so De nipped around.
mch pa fini
n riinmv hiht It nncn
say, three seconds.
hostess who wel-
omes atipper guests frequently as
veil is the woman who must count
very square mch of space might
ake to another new table design.
This, in walnut, is a simply
tyled coekUU table that may be
Annthar lomtf narrow rnrktail
able tucks four snack tables un-
ler its top. The snack tables have
t)ldmg legs .and line up siae-oy-Ide
like drawers under the wood
ftr leather top.
Some new furniture gives you a
:hance to change the scene with-
Hearing a child seems like a
road that's all uphill. But at each
difficult crest is
Tr M tvnuivi mat
makes parents realize Baby is
worw me irouoie: he reams to
Sam, he recogajieji yen, he learns
to say ma-ma, he-learns to kiss
Don't make a moral issue out of
a safety, matter. It's fruitless to
try to make Baby realize, through
argumfHH tne plun is not a
toy.' GtBBJli'leoinethine mnrc in.
teresWlllfiff lead him from the
site. 8re the lectures until he un
Overtraining nr savers trainino tn
the toilet may lead to difficulties.
A Q.ku mL.i. I i i
i uouj miu a ueeu severely aa-
monished or punished during train
ing uia.y ue uiiaoie 10 unnaie on a
toilet seat not his own Gentry does
ii in toiiei training.
Don't poke into Baby's ears or
nis nose with anything sham in
your zeal to get him clean. Wine
the outside and locations that can
be reached with a washcloth and
let it go at that. Baby's sudden
motions make prodding dangerous.
Her Christmas should
'"'tor of luxury and femininity. Yww MCbi
-Me to afford mink but you can give her a coat (left) In non
iffiSWll ?W Wd W,th mink T" one, dedgned by
vJ.b.erIA,.fHS to and can be worn all season of thi
year. It cleans with. a swipe of a damp cloth. Tiny watch (unner
center) has plain), marked dial and black sued" bana Bagfiet-
Respect for the water and for
his own : limitations; is a basic
principle in teacning isaoy waier
safety. Kven after he s learned to
swim, it's foolhardy to say "the
water will hold you up."
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE)
A FRIEND who lived in the 0-
jient for many years once told ma
story about a certain weaunyi
ative merchant he'd known. I
Hopniariv this merchant woult
like time out from acquiring mor mor-S
S mor-S to try and acquire some merit
Down to the temple where the
bcal beggars congregated hed
end his servant to bring home a
lozen or so. Welcoming them, he'd
serve them as much rich food as'
Hiey could hold. While they ate, he
JleDt most careful count of the
A I r .... . ... i,
trice per moutntui ot tne rice,
limb and sweetmeats they con
But when the meal was finished!
the beggars were given an erne
c instead of time to digest it. As
Win nc th'v W0,a ottinr.w Hid mor.
. h.wi. mm nvj ,r w. v. i f J ..... ..aw.
-f.lui. u.uvb.uvu UV QlHU until m
I "Bain with food.
This forced intake and outgo
hntinued until the merchant was
litisfied he'd rid himself of enough
lanty to assure him favorable in
trocf in Pnrartie
I KNOW of no story that better
fiastratcs the selfishness that can
ndertie much so-called "getierosi
," I repeat it. here for a Mrs
who writes, "For ye-rs I hav
Iwavs rnent. t.h hirt.hrlav hanlr
Say sister sends me on uiy cu cu-ffltn.
ffltn. cu-ffltn. This year I splurged it all on
new permanent l needed. When
ly 15-jear-old girl discovered this;
le said she'd been countine on
le check practically accusing me
speuuing ner money, i cannot
et over the hurt o; her att tude
aun v yiu can. Wc can get n
Ir being Wirt bv a child's greedi greedi-ts
ts greedi-ts the minute we are- wHIina to
le it as the effect of our own o-
h'-indulgence. Thfe child naVs in
ieedincss for our false Eenerositv
1st as the beggars paid for the
v uuui a until 11. y in S I U 171 a C 11
if we've been rievotadiy self self-enfieing
enfieing self-enfieing pjrtklt.i the chance fa
: ve been 100 interested in- mer mer-eetting
eetting mer-eetting for ourselves to have no no-d
d no-d its effect on fchx child.
THIS is sad. For without some
experience in, denial, a child finds
no compelling initiative to seek out
ms own resources and supply. Re Remaining
maining Remaining as dependent and unpro unproductive
ductive unproductive as the poor beggars on the
temple steps, he may spend the
rest of his life waiting for some someone
one someone else to come along and feed
So it's a fine thing when an o-
vci-umuiyea cnna wounds us with
greediness. It may be exactly what
we neeu w wane- us up to a bet better
ter better idea Of Inv -inH rocnnncikllit.,
oiiotKea, we may be ready to see
mat nis .greediness for our birth-
uay cnecu is tne resn r. nf nnr
t;:-ecdiness for moral prestige
and begin to ask ourselves, "Now
why do I need approval so much
that I can't spend my own birth-
uay money without it?
SOME people do their Christmas
shopping in August. These people
are mostly women. They also have
Christmas cards printed well in
advance and stacked neatly away
Men shop Slightly later! Usual
ly around Dec. 23, late in the aft
ernoon of the 24th free for office
parties and general good will.
Women shop from lists. Men
shop from desperation. But even
late this year, will find it rela rela-ively
ively rela-ively easy to pick and choose.
NeVer 'before were so manv
things planned with which t6 jstuff
stores tor Christmas. There are
gifts for her at all price points
from a dollar all the way on up.
Who wants a mink coat any-i
way? She'll gladly settle for mink'
earmuffs. Bui if you really want1
to splurge, you can give her non-1
tarnishable gold kid coat with
mink cuffs. (The coat looks luxu luxurious
rious luxurious but its really practical.
Wipes clean with a swish of a
The same gold kid leather is us used
ed used for a slim, envelope bag. And
you might want to give her a pair
of those washable launder leather
gloves in white kid. the 20 -button
Watches rate high on the na
tion's gift list This year, you cani
give her a watch made by a fine
firm at a budget price. Small,1
V1H.CU, ita utansnea 10 go with al of her daytime clothes n
'iTt lS? mnZ Pleces costum Jewelr This se (twer
cut set on flexible chain. ing is adjustable. Every ral welcomes
Trim'IrTnT ft1 ?is,froth S&S S Town
yA. m" ,n rouble layer of nylon. A rotden touch m,
with gold lame-embroidered butterflies on boTrobe an2 Town
I neat and tailored, it will be suit- vious gems until
ouic iu au oi ner daytime ten, at a glance
Lingerie is another popular
Christmas gift. This year, you'll
it's difficult to
the lake trnm
the real. It isn't, of course, in intended
tended intended to be a substitute fnr IHp
real thing. American women wear
wsHHH 4mm Rl
1 bBbW Sim H:'
Mm PHfegl I i
H "''InWp mw HV-!flbMunnSumunVnnnHQgiy
tmd many matched peignoirs and' costume jewelry just as they weai
antornc in fki' kMn Hi'.-a. A tu ai ,
gowns in the shops. Most of these
are aouDie-inyered nylon, embroi embroidered
dered embroidered or ruffled or pleated or
made lovely with laee. Thev look
fragile and floaty but they'll take
countless washings and retain
all of their original beauty.
any other accessorv-
dress or suit.
-to enhance a
NEW YORK (NEA) The tall
soprano stepped to Jhe front of the
great stage and stood in the glow
pf the footlights a,s the applause
and bravos thundered around her.
She bowed deeply aqd the audience
threw flowers bouquets of roses
and lilies, corsages of jorchids and
one nosegay of scallions and car carrots.
rots. carrots. Maria Meneghini Callas stiffen stiffened
ed stiffened when the vegetables slid to a
stop at her feet. Then she stood
upright, threw wide her arms and
smiled. To her, the insulting gift
meant that her debut all the Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Opera House was a rous rousing
ing rousing success.
But to others, the coming of Cal Callas
las Callas signaled the start of an opera
uproar which Uie Met has not seen
in deends. 1
.. .i : ..
for tnis great soprano thrives
on passion. Wherever she goes,
she arouses either wild approval
or violent dislike. Her career is
pockmarked with enemies, com competing
peting competing sopranos she has driven to
cover: tenors she has upstaged.
I conductors she has snubbed.
such an electric performer on tr
operatic stage, sne can sing ant
role written In the soprano regii
ler. ane can act .better than tli
majority of opera stars. And tl
has a mai'nciKm that turn he
moments on stage into Virtual sol
Her enemies say her voice-tain
major riaws. They say she m
acts. They say she. hogs the stal
taices curiam calls even When
audience is cheering some otti
So, when you pick costume jew jewelry
elry jewelry as a gift tor her, kecu In
mind the kind of' clothes she likes
to wear. Is sue tailored or flutty,
f t i in or snoi, jwma or sm? You
Iteffts orcostume jewefiy count should know Her color pi -cci-enrp
as gifts that put a sparkle in the1 too, so that you won't turn up
eyes of nearly any girl. Increas-I with a fake sapphire when what
mgiy, costume jewelry is cut and she'd really like is a fake emer
mounted after the manner of pre-iald.
NEW YORK (NEA) Cotton
blossoms for holiday parties in
pale colors, brocaded textures and
soft floraf prints. Some of these
are embroidered Or sprinkled with
For the bouffant party dresses
and slim sheaths, there are laces,
cotton satins and piques. Ruffling,
quilting and shirring treatments
are given to cotton batistes, call call-cos
cos call-cos and broadcloths.
There are many camisole tops
in velveteen, used in combination
with skirts cut from misty floral
prints in soft shades of mauve,
moss green or silvery blue. These
sparkle with paillettes.
Mink-colored velveteen c a m i i-sole
sole i-sole top (left) with cummerbund
teams up with spreading skirt of
floral cotton satin. Print is roses
on a misty beige background with
light sprinkling of paillettes.
White floral lace oyer pale blue
cotton satin (right) is used for
dress with narrow satin straps. A
continuation of the straps is used
down the front to accentuate the
j Brand new charm bracelet
1 for teeiragers offers bea uty
! help along with the charms.
Attached to the bracelet are
live gold finished miniature p.
1 itlcfes, achWTfferent cleir
color. There's space to attach
your own special charms, too.
1 By ALICIA HART
Nfc A Beauty Editor
"YOU'RE going out in that?"
rates high on the list of questions
teen-agers wish their parents
would never ask.
Somehow, many parents never
seem to understand the clothing
patterns of teen-agers. It's not
surprising, since a party of one
kind calls for socks and knee
pants, a party of another kind calls
for a dreamy dress. Yet the young
lady of the nouse explains in bota
cases that she s going to a party,
One young- lady had this prob problem
lem problem to a very sn ere degree. With
her mother, any mention of "danc "dancing"
ing" "dancing" called for gloves. She insisted
that her daughter wear them when
leavlrg the hoja The young tady
hid them in the bushes.
The mother was ct in her ideas
and the daughter made no effort
to explain or show her different
Other cases or this type include
girls who feel they have to keep
tneir party- dresses a,t other, gins'
homes, girls who feel they have to:
scrub oi f lipstick before arrival!
home, teen-agers who peel o f f
socks or hair ribbons on the way
to school. i
Thir is a tough problem. A moth-
HHb!':-: M sHh!w
. s4tn e ri can ifjenu
like to sing a duet
And there was money, trouble,
to6. Callas demanded a tee of over
$1,000 a performance, which was
the previous high. She: got it, but
the Met was forced to equal her
paycheck in dealings wit, four an angry
gry angry co-performerWerMta Tebal Tebal-oi,
oi, Tebal-oi, Rise Steverts. Mario del' Moni Moni-co
co Moni-co and Richard Tucker.
"We have to plve Callas credit,"
says one of the four. "At least she
broke the $1,000 barrier."
Tho New York bo'soprano has
been given Credit ff much in her
career. She had boosted La Sca Scale's
le's Scale's attendance to a all time
peak. She had hcloed start a new
opera company in Chicago, anc
was ffivart much credit for ihc sue
cess of the new Angfet-ford label
in the U.S.
And sne nas alternately cnarm cnarm-ed
ed cnarm-ed and irked opera ldvers, much
as a Sal Maeiie will charm or irk
basebai'i fans, depending on wheth!
er you re for mm or agin him.
Her fans say there's rarely been
YULETIDE ALSO THE SEASON
FOR DELICWUS NUT TREATS
By 6AYNCR MAODOX
N1A Food and Markets Editor
Just in time fnr thm rhrictmac
holWays, Wpffi a new line of
vacuum packed nut's on the mar market.
ket. market. These brand name nuts, of
exceptionally high quality, include
pecans, walnuts, black walnuts,
almonds and salted mixed nuts.
(Makai 3 doxon)
One pound dark brown sugar,
er's intentior.s are generally the
ucm. ;ne wants ner daughter to
look pretty. The girl wants to look
like everyone else.
A possible solution is h airina f Kin
crowd over to your house so your
mother may see that knee pants,
or whatever, are commonly worn
and not so bad-looking.
V4 cup cold water, tablespoon
magarine or butter, 2 cans (2
Co nbine sugar, water and mar margarine
garine margarine or batter in a heavy sauce saucepan.
pan. saucepan. Bring to boiling point, stir stirring
ring stirring constantly. Add pecans and
continue cooking, stirring occa occasionally,
sionally, occasionally, until a little of the syrup
dropped in cold water forms a soft
ball (238 degrees F. op candy
thermometer). Remove from heat
and cool slightly. Drop heaping
tablespoons on weil-buttered cook cookie
ie cookie sheet to form patties 8 to 4
inches across. When cool and set,
remove with spatula. Wrap in
heavy waxed paper.
'M i j
Royal Pecan Macaroons
(Makes about 3 doien)
'fi j .y ; ,vt t ;,!
Two and one-half cans (2V4
cups) pecans, 1 cup light brown
sugar, pinch of salt, 1 egg white,
1 teaspoon vanilla extract.
Reserve 3 dozen pecan meals.
Chop remaining pecan meats
powdery fine. Add brown sugar
and salt to powdered nuts. Add
unbeaten eg white, vanilla ex extract
tract extract and stir until thoroughly
combined. Form by level able able-spoons
spoons able-spoons into small balls, and place
not too close together on 2 well well-greased
greased well-greased cookie sheets. Press into
each one a small pecan meat.
Bake in moderately hot oven (350
degrees F. to 375 degrees F.)
about 10 tp 12 minutes. Remove
from pan while still 'arm.
MONDAY'S DINNER: Blend Blended
ed Blended tomato-grapefruit juice, scal-
loncd Icfr.nvt i riirkov at-me nnA
. VM. V....W.O MIU
peas with bread crumbs dusted
witn cneese, baked potatoes, seed seeded
ed seeded rolls, butter or margarine,
cole slaw, royal black walnut
cake, coffee, tea, milk.
I And this season she lias corns to
the Met. Even before she began
I tr'ili for her debut in ''Nor ''Nor-i
i ''Nor-i ma,", there was, trouble. Two of
! -ie top sopranos in the. company
. Eleanor Steber and Victoria de los
Angeles asked for, Wd- were
ments, but the whispers said they
wcren t keen about competing witn
At least twd of the leading, ten tenors
ors tenors flatly refused to sing with Cal
"It's like being bn
e with a
But they ail come to see her
fans and enemies alike and
arowsps tremendous jealousy
mong tne competing sopra
every opera company sue-
with. The Met is no. excepliaiu
Tiipre's more busuing tE j
Met's, audience when she' sins. I
than any time since the goidt i
days the '20s, when Geraldjr i
Farrar's fans, the "Gerry tia -pers,"
hung banners from the bo bo-ea
ea bo-ea and set up bauoQiis with lior
name on them. There are oiamork
of backstage Siewies," frantic qu -bursts
of operatic temperament.
mere are cia ucs way a
(armed, perhaps, with scallio
and eairois) aim cheer for ithc
favorites., 4 .J
Miss Callas' chief rivals are lh
queen ot the jytet s sopranos, L
na wiiianov, atra'V.or.aa leu;
her old rival from the La Sea ti
wmcn argues tifrir te.soeeire i
its makes the hot stove leat
look liKe an emD.y can bf S.c
When TcbalcU debuted at thfe
Met last season, her ovation v.
ci'ocked at 45 minutes. Tebaldili
supporters shrieked "i dengifc
when Callas' debiit cheering dien
out long before, that nmic:'"T
"Miss Calras,-"'says one Tetoaidi
fan; was' bOrn in iew Vnrlr ilp
she died in New York."
the critics were somewhat ,cc
to the Callas debut, admitting tr.
sne was probably nervous for. tl
nrst part, then warmed up as
linished in a burst of giory.
subsequent .performances W't
better receivpd i
Richard Tucker, one of the fer
tenors who has sung opposite all
three of tne rivals, stuuiousiy i i-voids
voids i-voids a comparison. His onlyJp onlyJp-swer,
swer, onlyJp-swer, when asked to selec this fa favorite
vorite favorite prima donna, is to meBtiin
the name ot his wile, who dctfsKt
iiie cause of the furor, Maria
Menghini Calls, is aloof from ail
the fighting. She lets It swiaJLI swiaJLI-round
round swiaJLI-round her feet. She apparently
feels that the day oeonie stop en envying
vying envying her and criticizing her and
insulting her will be the tihlelftr
her to quit. 1 I
Which is why she was solfi.
lighted to see the scallions and
carrots fly through the air.
BVERY time a woman .turns her
back, another manufacturer cap captures
tures captures his tragrSnce aoii packs it in
an aerosol container.
The advantages of the aerosol,
press-squirt packaging for per perfumes
fumes perfumes are evident to those who
have' used one. Evaporation is cut
down, the package is. generally un unbreakable
breakable unbreakable and always has a safety
Cap that make it enillnrntvf
- - .C".flVVl IUI
packing and traveling.
Most manufacturers have com compensated
pensated compensated for the fact that the co color
lor color of the fragrance is no longer
visible by making the package
prettily shaped and handsomely
decorated, so it remains an orna ornament
ment ornament to a dressing table.
Most manufacturer in a 1 r
noi M ind to the, tact that a wom woman
an woman who's forgotten to put frag fragrance
rance fragrance on her SKjn before dressing
tun mane up ine iacK wnn a goon
"ir or two, without damaging
The newest maker to utilize the
aerosol container has nut im va
popular iragrauees in what he
calls his mist essence. This' hnttl
which has a feminine shane, has
an extra-fine sorav which the malr.
er promises will help the frag
rance last longer.
The bottles nrc four-our.ee ones
and are colored differently for
each scent: cerise and gold, brown
and gold, turquoise and sold, blue
and gold, lavender and gold.
:- A (W
New aerosol bottle for, Ave fa favorite
vorite favorite scents has an extra-fine
.i i i. i
spray ursigncu iu nam
Army, Havy Settle for 7-7 Tie; Syracuse
Candidates Come Fro m All Over
To Tread Hot Sands' At Amador
By W. Edmunds Claussen v 4
CwJHW to W. Uoo4i 0 MMMtftr NtA feme, k
rwir STORY : Frank Ude. Jean, Lopez the cook,
&ie Sven$, the blacksmith and a few more set
Vnr thipvincr hrnth-
t n recover j can ui w iiuiu -
fiimett. Warigny, one of the Texans who rides
tl?immett, is knicked by a bullet from Franks
n 'Traitorr veils the oanan as ne senus a uni
te of shotl from behind an outcrop.
gold camps with beef had been
a lona chance but promising
heavy profits. The trail followed
the Skull to the Colorado, then
crossed at Beale s ford ana con
tinued west across the desert, un
that ne iasion when Vogel
drove across t h e badlands in'
stead of following the Skull he
had left the whitened bones of
his beef behind.
Frank touched Jean gently
She said-, "We'll cross the worse
at night. We're not certain there
will be water in The Pits. But
we do' know what's coming in
back of us. My brother will give
us even less mercy than the mal mal-pais."
pais." mal-pais." "Can't take a wagon across
She agreed. "I want you and
Juan to escort the wagon by the
river and leave a trail for Em-
mett to follow. If he doesn't
overtake you by morning, we'll
meet at Gobbler's Knob."
La Tour removed his specta
cles iwjbbing them with his
shirt. He Wore the canteen
FRANK caught up with the
. 2 mi k.j .ntred a hard,
trv The Skull
Jfr-j-j wh.d canvon here,
its walls leaving be mt
. -inno one bank. At one
pot-, a steep cayong wall formed
a natural corral, anee-niKu
r. Here they rested
h.H been watching
for him and. now struck his dun
.:c i.s. ko-ic and brought the
Willi- uo n..w .7
hammerhead beside Frank.
-MB. nn't h bothering us,
VriV said indifferently. Then,
whan Swede continued to s are,
he idded, "No, 1 didn't kill him.
"loo bad. they'll follow us
all ie day to MjHenry."
Driving by way of the skuii
would take the! two days to
JlcHenry. The river, from t his
uta nnrai which they camped,
took a sweeping bo around the
Skull badlands. It was a shorter
drrv through the malpais, but
no ene rode lhorse into that
ourmg ims ri. strapped to his waist and now
POTENTATE ADDRESSES GROtTP Robert T. Russell, Poten Potentate,
tate, Potentate, addreses the 500 NoblSs of Abou Saad Temple and their
ladies at the Fall ceremonial, which was held at Amador
Officers' Open Mess.
loan stnnned over the
pour him a cup of coffee. He
read the relief in her eyes and
knew she had been worrying
Their nnnn dishes were scoured
hv canri and After water. After
they had beef "Replaced in m
iunn Frank climbed to his feet.
o hadn't wanted the rest at all
and wouldn't have agreed except
for the horses. They must not De
worn down when they reached
the Armv oorfsals at McHenry
He ordered the. crew to make
sure every anfmal m the string
wax led to water and held there
until it drank its full.
Beside him Jean's eyes flashed.
'I belive you've read my mind.
We strike for the malpais!"
He had guessed this already
and now he merely smiled.
Wherever a woman could had,
tin man should hesitate to fol
low. But all he had heard of the
ernssini? save him a grisly feet
ing for what lay ahead, La Tour
stood close enough to overhear.
He nrntested abruptly and stood
"How do you know there 11 be
water in The Pits?"
A dismal, black fear passed
through Jean's eyes. This was
not a decision she had reached
hv asv staees. Her glance crept
nver the rrewmen until she
fnnnd Alex, silently signaling
him out. He let the horses stand
hpsiite the river and ran to her.
"Alex," she said,-"will there be
water in me rusy ims is veiy
important. It may mean death.
'I have never seen them com-
nletelv Jiv. But I have never
been there when it was as dry
as this season."
"Wien were you to The Pits?"
La Tour demanded.
"Not very many places he
hasn't roamed," Jean smiled.
"It's not h a r d to find them."
Alex answered. "Just follow the
bones of Vot,el Cash's cattle."
"YJu know the trail."
JEAN'S tiit lowered pen
sively, The Skull had been well
been too young to ride on that
drive, she remembered her father
when he reutrned completely
snent. Supplying the California
he sloshed a" drop of whiskey on
to the glass. Preoccupied with
the gravity of his thoughts he
wiped his tongue over each lens.
"You might make it if there's
water in The Pits. If not" he
paused and shrugged. "We'll
build a eampfire at dusk. That
ought to pull Emmett off your
Frank said, "You've got to re remember,
member, remember, we're crossing the worst
"You Won't think so when
you're oh it," Doc said. "If you
don t bring her safely through
I'll ride on Emmett's trail, Em
mett or Steve Norring they'll
be sorry their mother didn't
Jean laughed then, touching
him gentry on the shoulder.
"Don't fofget, Doctor La Tour,
you're escorting a keg of the fin
est possible precaution against
chill when traveling the Signals.
You'll be held to strict account
for that St. Louis whiskey!"
Doc's nose was always the
barometer pf his moods, It took
on the customary flow that spoke
of his well being.
, BY three o'clock they reached
the turnoff point where the
horsed were to be headed toward
the malpais. Jean accepted La
Tour's hand as he rode on, fol
lowing the well rutted river
trail. She held her g 1 a n c e
on La Tour and Juan Lopez es
corting her wagon as long as they
were within sight among tht
trees. Her voice sounded huskv
wnen she spoke.
"Frank, you mustn't think of
the badlands. My father told me
that wns the only way he sur
vived. Keep your mind on some
By C. W. KILBEY
A regular forest of fezzes could
be seen at the Fort Amador Ofi Ofi-cers
cers Ofi-cers Open Mess last Saturday
night when over 590 Nobles of A A-bou
bou A-bou Saad Temple, visiting Nobles
and their ladies joined in a dinner
there as a fitting close to the Fall
The ceremonial itself had been
held in the Ancon Masonic Temple
on Saturday afternoon. A total of
27 candidates had come from as
far away as Puerto Rico and Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela to. tread the "hot sands"
that are the entrance into Shrine Shrine-'dom.
'dom. Shrine-'dom. Abou Saad Temple has approxi approximately
mately approximately 1500 numbers. Of these,
however, about 900 are not local
residents but, through Armed
Forces transfers or other cause,
are spread over the face of the en entire
tire entire globe.
Besides being the fun organiza organization
tion organization of Masonry, with its gigantic
Siates-side annual conventions, WhIHB.. ,
where there is always a parade FAST' POTENTATES Five Illustrious Past Potentates conducted the Pall Ceremonial this
replete with gorgeously uniformed yefcr, including: Front row: Illustrious Nobles H. T. Carpenter, H. E Falk, Dr. James Jacobs,
W. Badders, and B. 1. averson. oats row, assisting in me ceremony, yy. ojiau, w. fimi,
WATCHING THE FUN Members of the Divan and Nobles
enjoy tha antics of the candidates who ara croasing the
patrols on foot, horseback, or mo
torcycle, Shrinedom also has a
practical place in world affairs.
Shrincrs, by their annual contri contributions
butions contributions of millions of dollars, have
established and financed a number
of hospitals in the United States,
Mexico and elsewhere. In these
children whose bodies are twisted
and bent through accident or mis mischance
chance mischance of birth are examined and,
wherever possible salvaged
through the skilled repairs of an
outstanding staff of children's spe specialists.
cialists. specialists. There is a long waiting
list of children, the work of recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction being on a charity basis
only, but thousand- of young suf sufferers
ferers sufferers already can lead normal
lives as a result of the dedication
of Shriners everywhere to this ve very
ry very worthy cause. Five children
from Panama and. the Zone are
presently in hospitals as wards of
The dinner at this year's Fall
Ceremonial was a new departure
from the usual course of events,
which heretofore called for t
dinner for Nobles only following
the ceremonial. Illustrious Poten Potentate
tate Potentate Robert T. Russell decided
this year, however, that the ladies
were also entitled to share in the
fun and, almost like Aladdin and
his wonderful lamp, he expressed
the wish and it became reality.
His idea seems to have been so
well received that it may become
"standard Operational procedure"
for Abou Saad Temple in the ma many
ny many ceremonials yet to come.
Dr. L. Fontaine and L. Zent.
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bursting at the Fall Ceremonial of Abou Saad Temple, which tcok place at the Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club last week.
FROM PUERTO RICO A contingent of Abou Saad Temple'a
accompanied by their wives, flew here from their homes In
Puerto Kico lor tne nan ueremomai.
TODAY .75 .40
1:30 4:00 6:30 9:00 p.m.
The most revealing
LUST FOR LIFE
JAMES DONALD fmm
In anoher hour thev had
crossed through the saddle and
were dropping Into the chalky
basin. The horses had stopped
sweating.- They stretched out in
a long line; black, brown and
russet against a colorless ex expanse
panse expanse of sand waste. Their eyes
crept with primal fascination to to-wan'
wan' to-wan' dust devils that whipped
in hoi squalls across the desert.
Frank had no way of measuring
the heat but he estimated the
thermometer would stand near
120 The prevalent wind had be become
come become a tormenting vacuum that
blotted moisture out of bone and
Swede set the pace at a lei
sures walk calculated to con
serve the animals. Most of this
tin Jean had remained out of
sadd'e, righting occasional stones
as they overturned beneath their
horsts' hoofs. Frank focused his
gaz on their backtrail and was
unable to find a single sign of
their passage through the pass
Now when Jean reeled against
her bay he kicked loose his ox
peak tnat had a distracting
characteristic of vanishing be behind
hind behind the heat waves.
"Dad told me long ago I was
10 follow the peak if I lost my
way on the malpais. That's Gob Gob-hlei's
hlei's Gob-hlei's Knob. Half way from the
saddle are The Fits. Water in
them, Frank. We've got to be
that lucky! If not-" She
shrugged. "In the long ago days
Mojaves hid out at rne fits, l
thmk they had some secret of
tapping an underground stream.
They were- never afraid to ride
nntn the badlands, remaps,
though, they sealed their springs
so white men would never cun
irol the water in the pits.
Thcv mde In silence. He kne-.i
Norrihg should be on their back back-trai'
trai' back-trai' and his absence didn't check
with what, frame expeciea. nvr
ring was a man never concern
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With ms lot. ne wuuiu
heaven and eartn lor aaaiuoimi
power; and Miio tiacKen was
hv rekkless temper.
nnlv the circumstances of l.nys
j.,th and her funeral had nde
trarUL Norring from immedia4e
The beat of the earth came
thtouzh the soles of his boots as
he ran to Jean He found her
clutching her saddle, her eyes
He took her in his arms and
had to break her hold on the
sadole. She lifted her face to
him, but without opening her
eyes. She whispered, "Frarik, do
you think I've made a mistake in
choosing the malpais? Tis isn't
the worst we aren't there yet.
"Think of cool shade. Think
of the well at Rafter."
There's a saying that a woman
who starts with her man never
DARKNESS came down ion
afterwards blotting a ternme
world. They followed a pamway
marked by bleached -skulls, each
ghostly marKers iu b".
The moon rose steadily heeled
the malpais was transformed into
a nign'mare of fantastic paterns.
Wnnhs and mnnacler.
j. ne ti"jvi -
roarpH acainst the slate colovcl
.w.. rmm anv of these peaks
irm'mett Cash could ambush
l. nr ctevp Norring.
inHppft it was close to
midnight before they lowered by
abrupt and sometimes vioW,ra
Ti-. vast denresslon. The
gurgle of water sent memories of
nther pools lashing at thor
ij. Thir thnstv horses De
her man never ", north. A
quits the ride. I'd like to Know, ts" u ".' thpv reached a
Frank Do vou think this is thelw minutes later reached a
iuw i;i"B iJ r.orb
"c$: he said quietly. He
lifted his canteen to her ordering
her to drink. Already the canteen
was Light fully light.
Once again they rode on In the
wake of the herd. The water had
gone down their parched throats
with a torpid and rasping sensa
tion Around them rose an up-
ftung mass of buttes and pin
naclcs, ted, brown and yellow; an
uncnarted. sweltering lake bed
lacking in vegetation, in life, in
Jean pointed to a vague, bluish
READY FOR CEREMONY Most of these 27 candidates come from various Canal Zone communities,
Puerto Rico and Venezuela to take part in the ee re mony.
but some have come from places as far away as
lifted "Jean from her saddle .while
his crewmen joined about them.
"We bed down here for an
hour," he told them. "Alex, take
your drink. Then backtracK to
the rim and watch. Keep your
They were worn low, but net
too cw. n hour would res-isci-iat
hoth vitality and purpl e.
nipht now Frank realized -'hey
should be pullling the herd oi:k
from the lake. He didn't want
them to drink too heavily at ftrrt,
He brushed past Hyman leaning
agmnst his griuia and was struct
bv hew gaunted and drawn to
gether the musician appeared. He
eave him a closer survey, won
dering if Hyman would be able
to take much more. "wn re
you thinking friend?"
Hvn.an's head shot up, the
straight line of his mouth roften-
in at the edges. "I don't kmA
Dante, I expect."
It brought a full blown ?rln
to Frank's parched bps. "Time
to change your time. We've bit
HE went down to the hart),
rock beach of the lake ana naa
his own fill lying full out with
his face in the water. The sur surface
face surface of the rock between his
hands as worn so even he beg.m
to ponder how many centuries
this place had been used as
watering hole, and by how miny
He came to his feet shaking off
this mood and began pushin (he
horses away, one by one.
(TO BI CONTINUED
PANAMA, R. P.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER t, MM
When the government does
something for you, that's socio!1
progress. When It does something
for someone else, that's socialism,
lring Up to Christinas
HELP SANTA TO THE CHIMNEY
here. He's hop,
skip and jump
away from this
chimney and de determined
termined determined to get
his special deliv delivery
ery delivery mission
quickly can you
guide him to his
Begin at upper
left hand corner
of the diagram
and trace a path
twisting lines as
far as you can go.
If you have se selected
lected selected the right
route, you will
any blind .alleys.
If you make a
mistake the first
time, begin the
test over again.
THIS IS ON THE HOUSE Xmas Charade
Beheld the wondrous Christmas
That Santa Brought for you end
Come, let Ms to tee
The gifts left for all the family,
f or David a drum and a rocking'
A box candy, too, of course.
While Santa fulfltled mother's
With a new set of china dishes.
Dad had a dozen ties before
And now he finds he
Oh! This belongs to me. Just
I have an empty pooket-book.
The asterisks stand for the let letters
ters letters of three missing words. The
last two words are joined to spell
the first word.
SUPPOSE we make believe that this youngster, Bt 1 uiH :kio8
above, was given permission by her parents to TottPUe TwiSttTS
dravK-(,something on the outside wall of her' house o
for de"cijtatlori pirposes. She Sua outlined the figure OAT aloud swiftly and repeat repeat-with
with repeat-with numbered lots. How quickly can you deter- edly:
mine what she has planned to draw? Eighty elves eaa ogled ngiy
To find out, of course, you must draw a oontinu- Igloos.
ous connecting line from dot X to dot 3, etc. long. lank, lean and lazy Lola
Afterwards you may wish to add colors. tailed luxuriously.
Toast for '57 Play This Old Favorite
SANDY and Mrs. MacGregor
are using one of their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts, an electric toaster
which browns bread on on side
at a time. When she first began
using it, Mrs. MacGregor placed
two slices of bread in the toaster
(capacity two slices), and when
they were done, she toasted one
more niece, thus nrovidinar two
pieces for Sandy and one for her- "T18 related that the most popular of all Christ Christ-self.
self. Christ-self. It took 30 seconds to toast mas hymns took but a few muiotes to compose,
one side, so it required two min- It can be mastered on the piano or accordion in a
utes to complete the three pieces, short time, too, via the following method. Simply
"Hold on," said Sandy, when f106 ma PaPi" keY008-01 tove the corresponding
he discovered what his wife was- on y"r instrument and sound the keys ln ln-doiner.
doiner. ln-doiner. "there's no sense makiner dicated.
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,Ure slttet can be toasted in
shorter time." With that: the D D B
thrifrv RntcmUTi HiH nvuptltr tVtot
without reducing the time any
piece of bread was in the toaslei
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ten-der and mild;
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heav en ly peace.
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SOMEONE once 'said that people look prettier at
Christmas. Perhaps it's because of that Intan Intangible
gible Intangible something known as Christmas spirit In any
case, It's an excellent season at which to take the
measure of a winning smile an amusing test for
In an open competition, each contestant simply
gives out wth his broadest grin. Three trials are
given. Judges solemnly measure- each grin with a
tape measure or strip of paper. Broadest grin wins,
A prize will add to the fun of the game.
Quick Thinker's Test
LJOW well will you stand up
under the stress and strain
of the holidays ? That is, will you
be equal to the pressure of
crowds, last minute hopping,
Here are a few tests that may
provide some indication 1
1. This gauges your balance:
With your eyes blindfolded so
that there is no possibility of your
seeing anything, have yourself
timed to determine how long you
can stand on one leg without hop hopping
ping hopping around. (You'll be surprised
to discover how much balance de depends
pends depends on sight) Thirty seconds
is fair; one minute good; but two
minutes is outstanding.
2. The idea of this ( to tee If
you can do two things at once
perfectly. For this you will need
a pencil and paper.
Have the person giving you the
test call out two words cbmmonly
associated, and having about the
same number of letters. The 'first
of the words you are to write
while you are simultaneously y
spelling out the second word
Some of the word pairs that
can be used are: BERRIES and
CREAM; SUNDAY an
SCHOOL; APRIL and SHOWER.
I. TUB gives a line on your
Hold out at arm's length a
ruler with one edge uppermost
and start by balancing a small
Christmas gift at the end. This
Is easy. Now try a lipstick hold holder
er holder or something that shape, and
then a pencil. If the object is
heavier at one end than it is at
the other, so much the better.
4. This tests your voice range.
You need a competitor here,
but contestants take part singu singularly.
larly. singularly. Each is required to sing out
with his lowest and highest note.
Object is to establish who pos possesses
sesses possesses the greatest voice range,
a valuable asset for shopping.
I TOW quickly can you add and subtract letters in
the rebus above to give you the correct solu solution
tion solution ? To do it in your head within one minute is ex exceptional.
ceptional. exceptional. munoo;ra Bumbo 4ap enmui jx
mid 5ubi Md x snaiiu uus snd wd mid bsv :ao)uOg
Cracking Down on Shopping
TO SIMPLIFY Christmas shopping, Mr. and Mrs.
Rickey DeRax each year exchange a rick and a
rack. A slick rick and a crack rack together cost
150 slmofeons. At that, the rick costs 26 mere simo simo-leons
leons simo-leons more than the rack. How much then, is the
Hold That Line!
Trim This Right Up and Down
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By Raphael Galleon
THIS design (above) is made
with one continuous line. Can
you duplicate it?
1. Lines are not to be crossed.
2. lines are not to be retraced.
S. Corners may touch.
4. You may begin anywhere.
A solution is shown elsewhere.
NOVELTY CUT-OUT FOR JUNIORS
QOLVB this test similarly to a
k-' crossword pule, using num numbers
bers numbers instead of letters for the an answers.
swers. answers. Place one digit m each
blank space. Answers function
across" and down. 1
1. Half of Santa's team.
2. If Charlemagne and William
the Conqueror were crowned on
Christmas Day write 1188, if not
8. When a horse is said to
"place" in a race it means that
it comes in 1st 2nd, 3rd, or last?
7. Which number is tlSs Ugly
Duckling? 25, 49, 63, 80, 93.
8. Sum of Roman numerals in
9. One above freezing.
10. Enin Ytnewt. Know him?
11. The th Commandment
begins with "Honor."
12. Gossip: Some who puts
and gether and gets
14. ftanta's day m Holland,
2 3 5 W;6
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time when it's
fun to be on the
out side looking
m. For that's the
idea of this novel
pencils or cray crayons,
ons, crayons, add appro appro-,
, appro-, priate colors to
the circle and
window at right.
Paste parts 1 and
2 on wrapping
paper. Press un under
der under a book. When
dry, carefully cut
around outlines of
1 and 2. Also cut
out the space be between
tween between window
through dots in center of circle and -window. Pusn
a paper fastener through window dot, then through
circle dot- Bend back prongs.
To operate: slide tabs beneath the window. Each
motion will produce a different scene.
A thumb tack or even a pencil point may be used
in place of a paper fastener if one is not available.
Scenes cut from magazines, etc., may be substi substituted
tuted substituted for those given, if you prefer.
1. Add what two figures to
1476567 to make the number
3. It's a long long while from
May to December. How long?
4. Twice this number, increased
by its half is 200.
5. Number of letters in State's
name whose flower is the mistle mistletoe.
toe. mistletoe. 8. Riddle: How many letters in
the longest bet?
' 8. Were Shakespeare alive In
2156 he would be considered a
most remarkable man because he
would be years old!
9. No woman could be U. S.
President because she'd never ad admit
mit admit that she was at least years
10. The number of what
Amendment limits the U. S.
President to two terms?
12. Then there was the
waitress so narrow minded that
she needed but earring.
13. The universal marathon
distance is closest to 25, 26, or
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IIOW much money has Jimmy
to spend .on gifts? He has
three times as many quarters as
dimes, eight times as many dol dollars
lars dollars as dimes, and nine times as
many pennies as his one dime..
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What Do You Imagine You See?
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poser. Y ou
may have dis discovered
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"THE value of a Biblical piece
of silver in Old Testament
days was fifty-six and two-fifths
cents, by modern calculation. If
Joseph was sold into bondage by
nine of his brothers for twenty
pieces of silver, how much was.
the share of each?
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It's Your Move
WHAT do you think you see
hidden in the maze of lines
above? Santa Claus? A bell? A
dish? To bring the picture forth,
apply colored pencils or crayons
according to the following color coloring
ing coloring indicators: O Orange, Y
Yellow, B Blue, V Violet G
Green, R Red.
Did you guess the answer?
Figure It Out
yjjrRTTE the nine digits, using
each one only once so that
the first three will be one-third
of the last three, and middle
three will be equal to the result
obtained by subtracting the first
three from the last three.
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By &ugene Sheffer
1-iplace against which the Is Israelites
raelites Israelites were to go and de destroy
stroy destroy the inhabitants (Jer. 50:
6 His heart "was perfect all his
days" (2 Chr. 15:17
9 Greek letter.
14 Choicest part
15 "And she brought forth her
first-born (Luke 2:7)
17 Scotch plaids.
'19 One of the martyrs (Acts 22:
22 Graceful water-bird.
27 Brother of Ham (Gen. 10:1)
80 Scorch. 3
33 High hill.
35 Father of Jair (Esth. 2:5)
38 Plant of lily family.
39 Imitates. i
. 40-i-International language.
' 41 How is "the way. which lead lead-eth
eth lead-eth unto life"? (Mat 7:14)
44 Kitchen utensil.
46 Because of the famine in their
57 Give back.
61 Fir, spruce, etc.
62 Gardening tooL
64 Singing voice.
47 Zechariah was this (1 Chr. 9:
49 The heart.
50 Seed integument.
51 Fifth book of the New Testa Testament.
ment. Testament. 52 Lacerated.
54 Religious denomination (abbr.)
56 Gave nourishment to.
57 Color of Santa's suit
58 Tierra del Fuegoan Indian.
60 Bitter vetch.
63 Upon. 1
fands, countries came to Jo
seph to buy this
47- Persian fairy.
48 Southern .state (abbr.)
49 Muse of history.
54- t-By.- ;
1 Four-legged Christmas gift.
2 Note in Guido's scale.
3 The king of Assyria captured
the people of Damascus and
took them to this place (2 Ki.
4 Weasel-like animals.
5 Loved ones.
11 Month in which the men of
Israel assembled before king
Solomon at the feast of dedi dedication
cation dedication (1 Ki. 8:2)
12 Tunned to the right
13 River in Italy.
18 Symbol for sodium.
20 Scotch cap.
22 Food fish. I
24 He shall be bound for 1000
years in the last days (Rev.
25-The apostle who doubted.
26 River in Switzerland.
28 The rainbow.
30 Bird of ill-omen.
31 At that time.
32 A son of Levi (Ex. 6:16)
35 Stretch over.
36 Style of architecture.
39 Air: comb. form.
42 Systematized course of living.
43 Cut 0 meat.
44 Female swan.
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ponent opponent in three moves.
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WRITE AT HOME? Prof. Charles C. Clayton is in
Illinois Slate penitentiary in this photo, but he's
just there to teach newswriting to a class of 30 in in-:
: in-: mates Before each weekly meeting the professor,
from Southern Illinois university, is searched.
SURVIVORS' MEDAL From his wheel chair, John
Sailing receives a greeting from Col. R. G.-'Turner,
chief qf Virginia military district, during a presen presentation
tation presentation of a medal from Congress as one of the throe
last-known i survivors of the Confederacy. The
1,10-year-old veteran lives in Scott County, Va.
DEATH REACHED, BUT HE DODGED Painter Kenneth man teamed up to bring him down. At left, he begins
Lewis was working on one of five new baking plant his descent from top in wire basket and helping hands
silos in Queens Village, N. Y., when he lost his balance (right) take him. He suffered bruises, of arms, legs
and fell 40 feet inside. Two co-workers and a police- and back in his hour-long escape from a falling death.
GREAT STONE MYSTERY Maybe some TV quiz
expert can take a crack at solving, the mystery
about Colombia's centuries-old "great stone faces."
This one, in Bogota, is copy made of concrete.
OUIZ2ICAI 'VOICE'-Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., the
"voice" of the Tjnited States at the United Nations,
leqks like a professor dbout to question a student's
recitation This Was during General- Assembly.
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JEEZER NEEDED Lovely Barbara Bower picked
his Ponderosa lemon off a tree at Sarasota jungle
gardens, in Florida, but she won't get a glass of
lemonade until she finds a bigger squeezer for it-
BAREFOOT TRIBUTE Oh a four-day state visit to
India, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia stops oof
at shrine of Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat. The em
peror took off his shoes as the tradition requires.
CANADIAN WINGS FOR NATO
AERIAL MIGHT was added to the North Atlantic
Treaty organization recently when an RCAF squad squadron
ron squadron of CF-100 interceptors winged its way over the
Atlantic to a new base in Marville, France. The squad squadron
ron squadron is the first of four such squadrons going overseas
'in a move designated "Operation Nimble Bat." The
all-weather fighters flying from RCAF Station Up Uplands,
lands, Uplands, near Ottawa, first got a NATO dress. Camou Camouflage
flage Camouflage on top, they are painted a light blue on the bot bottom.
tom. bottom. Squadron reported to No. On Air Division.
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TAMa!.' SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2, 193C1
WHEN THE BOYS ARE COSTUMED, they'll took different. L to r, Mary Ann Baldwin, Chuck
rotter, Marie Eberenz, Larry Feibriman, Beverley Smith, Andy Andersen, Lynn Kielhofer, Ei Eisner
sner Eisner Seeker Danielle Harned, and Robert Summers.
TH&EE STARS of the skatin show are. I to r.
Barbara Bisboo, and Shirley Tillman.
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By RALPH K. SKINNER )
Next Friday, Dec. 7, you are in
vited to a free skating show at the
Balboa Rollerdrome. The time is
7:30 in the evening.
The Canal Zone Rolle. Skating
Uud is putting on lots now on
wheels and is happy to invite the
) whole community. There will be
I chairs inside to the capacity of
seats will be placed on the outside
porches ami more folks can watch
through the screens".' The director
Jack Snively, sad to tell Sunday
American readers mat (hey are
all welcome. Cook and bring the
Skaters of ail ages and degrees
of proficiency will take part in the
production. There vill be cos costumes
tumes costumes for the show, although these
pictures were taken at an early
rehearsal and don't snow the dress
stall to be worn by the boys.
First on the program is a come comedy
dy comedy skating act by Rose Hensler.
The siesta tango, a, dance done
on skates, will present six couples,
the girls being Biverley Smith,
Vtola Boley, Marfc Ann Baldwin,
Marie Eberenz, Emma Kaan, and
Their, partners will be Chuck Bo Boley,
ley, Boley, Jack Snively, Tom Fertig,
Robert Summ.rs, Larry Feihri Feihri-man,
man, Feihri-man, and Elmer Seeker.
A duo number will be Becky A
bell and Jack Snively in an impe imperial
rial imperial medley. The chorus for this
will include four girls mentioned
above and three boys above plus
Six couples will glide smoothly
. bout the hall fa the glide waltz.
More new faces vil. be included
in this number. The girls will be
Emma KaanrArline Snively, Vio Viola
la Viola Boley, Lynne Kielhofer, Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Bishop, and Dorothy Strumpf.
Boys include Larry Feihriman,
Lucky Summers, Jack Snively,
Elmer Seeker, Mike Krautheim,
and Andy Andersen.
Luckv Boh Siimftuttttt and Re, t
Abel will star in a collegiate sakU
A clown act on skates will bring
INFORMAL MOMENT not on the program. Becky Abell gets chased by clean-up man Adrian
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MALE STARS Robert Summers and Jack Snively will skate with formal-attired skaters, 1 to r,
Marie Eberenz, Lynne Kielhofer, Mary Ann Baldwin, Beverley Smith, and Danielle Harned.
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FLOOR GliARD Chock Boley blows his big whistle as Elmer
Seeker goes oompb!
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FART of the etat for the skating show areyl to r, tarry Fiehrtman, Andy Andersen, Chuck
Potter, Dorothy Strumpf, Robert Summers, Becky Abell, Tom FerUg, Emma Kaan, lack Snivel,
'Barbara Bishop, Chuck Boley, Mike Krautheim and Elmer Seeker.
MARY. ANN BALDWIN gets a lift from Larry Felhrlman, as
they glide along on skates.
Show By Carcal Zonians
rih vnutJiful hut expert Chuck'
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lighted by Barbara Bishop and1
Shirley Tillman, followed by Chuck
Potter in a free-style solo.
There will be special light ef j
fects for the show, and it is e
pected that there will be a decor decor-ation
ation decor-ation of native green palms to!
form a backdrop for a fashion
show, entirely on skates.
Included 7m -be models of skat-
es. swim suits, play suits, dress dress-up
up dress-up dresses, and who-knows-What?
Taking p'art in the fashion show
will b Pamela J. Snively and Ju-
liene Boley in sub-deb formats H
and Danielle Harned, Shirley Till Tillman,
man, Tillman, Rose Hensler, Mary Aim
Baldwin and Gaye Maples in vari various
ous various costumes and formals.
Also. Becky Abell, Arlene Snive
ly, Emma Kaan, Viola Boley,
Lynne Kielhofer, Barbara Bishop.
Dorothy Strumpf, Mari. Eberenr,
and Beverly Smith in varied at attire.
tire. attire. In addition to those n a m ejl
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ned, tr-ned, Marie Eberenz, and Mary Ann Baldwin.
THE SHOW'S DIRECTOR Jack Snivel r is shown with Mrs.
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I guess it Is farewell to grammatical compunction,
I guess a preposition is the same as a conjunction,
I gness an adjective la the same as an adverb.
And "to parse" is a bad verb.
Blow, blow, thou winter wind,
Thou art not that unkind
Like man's ingratitude to his ancestors who left him the Eng English
lish English languague lor an inheritance;
This Is a chromium world in which even the Copley-Plazas
and the Belvederes and the Book-Cadillacs are simplified
I guess our ancient speech has gone so flat that we have to
Like the hart panteth for the water-brooks I pant for a re revival
vival revival of Shakespeare's "Like You Like It."
I can see the tense draftees relax and purr
When the sergeant barks, "Like you were!"
And don't try to tell me that our well has been defiled by im immigration;
Tike goes Madison Avenue, like so goes the nation.
By Irvin J. Weiss
Who Is it fathoms what you mean?
Tour host of intellectual bent.
Who does you double service by
Telling you what you meant.
Who sees exactly what yon do?
A psychoanalytic guest,
Who helpfully interprets it
In your own interest.
Who exposes your mistake?
The trouble shooWr on your right,
Suggesting a refined technique
For keeping lids on tight.
And who Illuminates your thought?
The lovely lady left of you,
Who tries it on for nimbus twice,
Before you think it through.
Who then can say Just What you are?
The naked stranger in your suit,
Whose knowledge of the trifle more
Keeps him forever mute.
Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker.
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ONE WIENER. SEVEN MOUTHS All that hot dog and no mustard! Seven youngsters
go to work on what was called the world's longest hot dog at Bronx Punland in New York
City. Five and a half feet long, the king-size frankfurter was cooked up to launch National
Hot Dog Month.
Let's Face It
Bv BOB MARK
The old l.ombroso theory about
certain criminal types having
i riminal faces is suDoosed to have
lets disproved, at least accord according
ing according to head shape and general
nhvaimmnmv. hut thev have not
yet disproved expression as an in
dex to cnaracter.
If you saw the United Press
nhntnt of Rulsanin. Shinilov
I iirushchev and Mikoyan as run
in a recent issue of newaweeic,
tnere is not much explanation
necessary as to what happened in
the Hungarian atrocities. For
criminal cruelty and unscrupulous
violence, I never' saw such hell-
masks in all ray born days.
Their appearance isn v as nu nu-man
man nu-man as that of hatchet murder-
Lrs. But these boys have lost the
main .lut'u, irajintveu uu wic wui-
pe butcher and have compound
ed in tneir sows an me teionies.
There is something in the way
men live and think that eventual
ly creeps out and carves itself
onto their faces, shows from their
eyes. I can t think of a single
crook I ever knew or saw a pic picture
ture picture of who didn't look like he
was a corook of one sort or an
An engineer of murder has the
chairman of the board crim
inal face. The actual murderer
who kills for pay is usually either
mad in the eyes or auu and
slack-lipped. The petty thiet de develops
velops develops shiftiness and the fat rack
eteer a gross toad-like counte
nance that seems naked without
fa wet-enaea cigar.
I spent a couple of days in the
Ohio State Penitentiary once do doing
ing doing a story. I looked at a couple
of thousand convicts and there
wasn't what you'd call a nice face
among the lot, bar a small per percentage
centage percentage of accidental criminals.
This percentage would apply
mostly to passion killers and em
bezzlers. Faces of the most ma
lignant criminals of tener seem to
be fat than thin.
. To me, Hermann Goering looked
much more evil than the twisted
little Joseph Goebbels. I think
also that Georgi Malenkov packs
more vileness in his chubby
cheeks than the scowling Mikoyan
or tile piggish Khrushchev. Some Somehow
how Somehow you sense what lurks behind
I think it is impossible to live
long by enviousness, cruelty and
toceit, richened by fear, lust,
ruthlessness and greed, without
the mark of the beast becoming
It is difficult to believe that
these people ever had a ihild ihild-rood,
rood, ihild-rood, that they ever hunted or
fished, that they ever fell in love
cr fathered a child. Perhaps they
once prayed, but I doubt if they
would care to risk that encounter
Since the Stalinists came to
nnwer mavbe these rabid dogs
will achieve what they want some
day. whieh possibly is steward stewardship
ship stewardship of the world. But I bet you
that there are some awful hours
when they'd tradethe entire plan
for a good mgnt's sleep.
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THE MOMENT OF TRUTH Like a 'symbol of the Hungarian spirit that Russian tyrrany
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once free country the shield with the patriarchal cross of St. Stephan. It was at a rally in
Budapest after it appeared that the uprising against Soviet domination had succeeded. But her
exaltation was short-lived. Within hours, the Russians returned to mercilessly crush the revolt.'
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WASHINGTON NEA One
of the most dramatic stories of
the late political campaign period
was the report from Chicago on
the 90th operation performed on
Dr. Emil H. Grubbe 81, noted
American pioneer in the use of
This story didnt get nearly the
attention it deserves, in proper
connotation. At first glance tt
might seem to have nothing to do
with politics. It doesn't directly.
But it does have a bearing on the
banning of hydrogen bomb tests
foond the political campaign
debate over the banning of hydro hydrogen
gen hydrogen bomb tests.
The subject should probably
never have been brought into the
campaign in the first place. It
isn't a political issue.
But now that tin e 1 e c t i on is
over, scientists belie v; it should
be considered on its own merits by
non-partisan experts as a simple
measure of safety first for the hu
Man's knowledge of the hydro
gen bomb and its deadly fallout is
Sixty years ago, when y o u n g today just as limited as nans
Grutbe was only 21, he was the i knowledge of the X-ray 60 years
first American to use the then
new X-rays tt) treat a woman suf suffering
fering suffering from breast cancer in a
This was an b.storic evr.nt in
ago, when Dr. Grubbe was mar
ine his first experiments.
This fact explains why seme
scientists say there is no danger
from fallout at the present rate of
bomb testing, and why other
American mt-dlcai annals. The. scientists say that it is extremely
young scientist wunt even a loe- dangerous.
tec at the w'.ye. He was a s'uaent
physicist. He made his own X-ray
They don't know for sure be-
varuum times, followins the ex- pause the human race hasn't lived
periments of German scientist long enough under the effects of
Wilhelnt C. Roentgen. these bomb tests lor the scientists
to find. out.
The nature and power of the X-j
tj v wmrp not full v understood a t True, the knowledge of radiation
tion censed young Grubbe's lef' measurement and the science of
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had teHbe amputated. Then other I changes from radiation are more f
parts of his body began to be af- advanced than tney were ou years
fected by the mysterious X-rays. ago.
Over the next half -century, after I
he had himself become a graduate Bv dint of stringent scientific
nhvslcian. Dr. Grubbe became a discipline the whole atomici
reading teacher of other young energy industry has turned in an
doctors in the use of X-rays for amazing safety record. There
human therapy. His students num- have been only a few lives lost
bered over 7,000 at the time of his from atomic energy radiation and
retirement, seven ycais ago. tthe by-products of nuclear fission
But in this' period Dr. Grubbe .and fusion explosions. Those who
has been forced to undergo 90 op- have been burned were mostly
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and bone burned by X-ray. His
JK)W JET TRANSPORTS Uncle Sam has a huge new combat transport and it's jet-prop
propelled, tirst of its kind for the Air Force. It goes into regular service in December It's the
C-13 Hercules, pictured during tests at Pope Air Force Base, N.C., taking on a Marine anti antitank
tank antitank weapon weighing 22.23T pounds. The vehicle was successfully dropped by parachute
The C-130 can carry 20 tons of equipment or 92 fully combat-equipped troops. As a hospital
ship, it can handle 70 litter patients.
Washington News Notebook
Rice Pudding Israeli Vacation
By DOUGLAS LAKSKN and KENNETH O. GILMORE
most recent operation was for the
removal Of his nose and trie right
tide of his face.
Dr. Grubbe has taken th's suf suffering
fering suffering without complaint. He con considers
siders considers himself a human laboratory
subject for the increase of know!
But if this record is to be main
tained, there-must be still it
atomic energy are expanaing w Hll.inir th in.r
rapidly, year by year. More ana
more people run the risk of radia radiation
tion radiation exposure.
WASHINGTON (NEA) In years ago caused the first offi- marking time until a successor
spite of Ike's apparent bouncing cial loss of temper by the new can be found.
good health and spirits, and the President. I
general joy at the Executive Pakistan embassy is out with a
mansion over me Dig election vie- a siury on me outcome oi we new recipe door, une dish is
presidential election which ap, called Firm, a rice pudding with
affairs during the winter.
- An insider reports:
"Custom and the visits of many
foreign visitors dictated a pretty
m heavy White House social sched
peared in the Washington Reli
gious Report was headlined :
edge on the effects of one of the Sixty years from now it. may tBrt rin the
mcst deadly and at the same time, be tod late to correct the injuries eSt of mosaic!
one oi me most oenenren. lurces 10 a wnoie kcucibuuu ul . . ,k.ki haa anH th n fhp vpar h. nu .it a
mnteivK lly sUced pUtachio huts."
.mp!,eif5 5 rLlionl Plenty of long weekends in Get- Last year there were several! After eating you get the silver
giamor." "Ingredients," the book,
says, "are 1 quart of milk, u
cup long grain rice, 1 cup sugar,
1 cup pistachio nuts and 1 stpr.
There was startling difference ling silver disk eight inches in di di-bctween
bctween di-bctween this year's big celebra ameter."
tion of the anniversary of the Instructions aav. "When eml
Russian Revolution at the em- pour into large bowl and deco-
The J.ioral of this story ot pro-lout from too many hydrogen
longed near-martyrdom is to be bomb tests
,, FREEDOM'S FIGHTERS Echoes of Hungary's fight for
Ifreedom crashed in Communist East Germany when thousands
I fof anti-Red demonstrators stormed the Soviet sector of Berlin,
f iThey carried a Hungarian flag bearing black crepe streamers.
4 (Crowd was composed of both East and West Berlinera who
earlier had rallied at West Rerlin Citv Hall in nrntpst Snvipts'
(brutal suppression of Hungary. Above, Red police battle the
tysburg are on the schedule, how
Only the most important, tradi
hundred gate crashers, everyone, out of your teeth with a solid
had fun and the food ran out an gold toothpick.
hour before the party ended. This
tional White House formal affairs, 'year fewer than half the Invited
Such as the diplomatic, judicial! guests showed, nobody had any
and military receptions, will be fun and there was too mucn tooa.
held. I Even the Russians didn't seem
Ike has laid down the law that to be having a good time.
this inauguration will' not' be the
You can hear anything at a
cocktail party. For example, it
fOur years ago. Ike doesn't even was reported at a recent one that
want an inaugural ball. He'Hllke was being pressured to ap-
probably be overruled on that,' point Adlai Stevenson as his new
however.' i secretary of state! Couple of big-
Incidentally, ladies, if you plan shot Republicans present mulled
to attend the inauguration take this over and admitted that it
your mink coat. According to the wasn't very likely but was a prct prct-Old
Old prct-Old Farmer's Almanac just off ty good theoretical idea,
the press the weather will be Party talk also has Defense
very cold." I Secretary Charles Wilson leaving
One thing is dead sure. The big the Cabinet. And that One is for
parade will be cut to a couple of sure the first of the year. He
hours instead of an all-afternoon has been taking it easy for the
marcn. ine long parade tour past six months, like a
First real fighter from the war
in Egypt to hit town is Israel
Army Lt. Col. Nahman Kami. He
brought word to the Israeli em embassyfor
bassyfor embassyfor forwarding to the U.S.
State Department that a large
group of Russian technicians was
taken prisoner in the first sur surprise
prise surprise sweep into Egypt.
These technicians were advis advising
ing advising the Egyptian army on the
use of Russian equipment. Prob Problem
lem Problem is what to do with the Red
First escapee from the city aft after
er after the election was GOP National
Chairman Len Hall. He flew to
Florida and left instructions say saying,
ing, saying, "I'll be back in three weeks,
maybe, and don't give anyone
man1 my forwarding address."
week-long round of wild celebrat-
ine that characterized the one
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BARGING ALONG TO PROFITS In unusual five-hour moving Job, the two houses seen
above were transported by barge from Cleveland, Ohio, 90 miles along Lake Erie to Huron, 1
Ohio, where they were placed on lots for sale at a nice profit to the enterprising mover. The
houses were up-to-the-minute remodeled homes, used in Cleveland to publicize a remodeling
campaign. Mural It Son House Moving Company bought them from the campaign sponsor lor
&000 apiece. They are being fold in Huron lor t8,500 apiece, txcluiive of tot
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LEANING On a fust corner are Becky Abell and Jack Snively.
Rock V Roller Skating
, (Continued from Pace 3)
there may be other unannounced
acts because many of the skaters
could not schedule their appear
ance so far in advance. t
Service personnel, for instance
are liable to be called for duij
etc., and it is expected that some
of the regular skaters, not men
tioned above, wiu db preseni im
. The Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club is a non-profit organization
devoted to furthering the interests
f elm tor; in t.hn Canal Zone. It IS
membershiD club, but visitors
are permitted to skate by payment
of a reasonable tee.
Skates are available for rent, or,
those having shoeskates may bringj
There are rest rooms, etc., and
there is a large selection of rhyth-
mic pieces specially recorded for,
skating to music.
I regret to announce that there
ate no Elvis Presley records avail-!
able for skating, and I hope thisi
will not keep hundreds of fans f-
way from the rink.
Present officers of Hie sicaung
C ub are Ted A. Marti, president;
George Lochner arid Dan Harned,
vice-presiuents; Temple Plough Ploughman,
man, Ploughman, secretary and Marguerite
New officers elected to take of of-firp
firp of-firp pffpct.ivp Jan. 1 include:
Charles Tillman, president; Don
HnumrtJi and Robert Summers.
vie -presidents; Mrs. Walter Wag Wag-serretarv
serretarv Wag-serretarv rnd Mareuerite
"Pete" Boudreau, treasurer again.
The newly elected senior direc
tors are Jack S r 1 v e 1 y, Jean
Bouche, Leonard Murphy and Dan
Harned, and the two junior direc directors,
tors, directors, who by the by-laws must be
under 21. are Ros Hensler and
There are free teaching sessions;
of the club, and visitors to see
what is being offered are welcom-
ed, we were told.
A spect tor's gallery provides
seats for Daents who want to1
watch their children learn to skate,
or 'earn the more advanced move movements
ments movements of the expert skaters.
One word about the skater on
the back cover. He is Larry Falh-
rimon Ha is fining A whirl at
great speed on one foot while he
does a contortionist act with his
arms and second leg. It is a sight
Grace, speed, agility, acrobatic
ability all on skates, and all for
free Friday night at the Balboa
Rollerdrome at 7:30.
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A "WELL DONE President Eisenhower congratulates 13-year-old
Friedhelm Kreis of Kassel, Garmany, national winner
of a West German school safety patrol contest. Friedhelm
stopped in at the White House to deliver a naassaga teom Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Ko'nrad Adenauer. ,
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Review 0 The Week
FLOYD PATTERSON, the 21-year-old former Olym Olympic
pic Olympic middleweight champ, Friday night knocked out
38-year-old light heavyweight champion Archie Moore
at 2:27 of the fifth round to become the youngest
man ever to win the world heavyweight championship.
Moore was behind throughout the contest and was
down for an eight count before the referee counted
him out Patterson entered the ring a slight under underdog.
dog. underdog. Rugged K. C. Jones of the University of San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco scored 17 points and with big Bill Russell as a
tower of defense led the United States to the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic basketball championship Friday night in a crush crushing
ing crushing 88 to 55. victory over Russia.
The Western pacing champion "Dottle's Pick"
Wednesday scored an easy victory over the Eastern
champ, "Adios Harry", in their match race at Yonk Yonk-ers
ers Yonk-ers Raceway.
Dottle's Pick led all the way, beating Adios Harry
oy u lengtns. rne winner went the mile in two-on-six
over a track officially classified as "good."
Del Miller handler Dottle's Pick, who paid $3.80 to
her backers while picking up the winner-take-all purse
of $25,008 dollars.
The Cleveland Indians as expected Thursday
appointed Kerby Farrell their new manager.
Farrell was a big success as a manager in the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland farm system. He succeeds Al Lopes, who resign resigned
ed resigned and later took the job as manager of the Chicago
General manager Hank Greenberg announced Far Far-reU'i
reU'i Far-reU'i appointment at a dinner for newsmen in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Wednesday night.
Big Don Newcombe of Brooklyn won his second bat battle
tle battle of the ballot box within one week.
A special committee of 16 members from the Base Baseball
ball Baseball Writers Association voted Newcombe winner of
the first "Cy Young Award." The award will be given
annually to the pitcher the baseball writers feel is
the number-one in baseball during the preceding sea season.
son. season. Only last week, the Baseball Writers Association
elected Newcombe the most valuable player in the Na National
tional National League.
Newcombe was knocked out twice by the New York
Yankees in the World Series this fall, but the ballot balloting
ing balloting didn't take that into consideration. Those voting
remembered Newcombe's 27 wins and only seven losses
during the regular season.
Newcombe received 10 of the 16 votes cast. Sal
Maglie, the ancient right-hander the Dodgers bought
from Cleveland, was on four ballots. Maglie won 13
and lost five and pitched a no-hitter against Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia on Sept. 25. Two southpaws Warren Spahn
of Milwaukee and Whitey Ford of the Yankees
each received one vote. Spahn finished with 20 wins
and 11 losses, while Ford has a 19-and-6 record.
Newcombe got a $5,000 raise for the 27-and-7 record
he posted last season to help the Dodgers win their
second straight pennant. The boost puts him at the
Don conferred only a short time with Dodger vice vice-president
president vice-president Buzzy Bavasi. Newcombe's bargaining posi position
tion position was strengthened in spite of his two disastrous
World Series starts by the two recent awards.
The right-handed fast-baller was named winner of
the Cy Young Memorial Award as the top pitcher in
the major leagues. And a week ago, he was voted the
most valuable player in the National League.
It was a repeat performance for an end and a quar quarterback
terback quarterback in the United Press All-America football team
End Ron Kramer of Michigan and Quarterback Paul
Hornung were the repeaters in a poll of 251 sports sports-casters
casters sports-casters and football writers. The only junior on the
All-America Is Lon Michaels, a 230-pound tackle from
Center Jerry Tubbs of Oklahoma was the first team
choice on 87 percent of the ballots. Flanking Tubbs at
the guards are Jim Parker of Ohio State and Bill
Glass of Baylor. The tackles a.e John Witte of Oregon
State and Michaels. Kramer and Joe Walton of Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh are the ends. Joining Hornung in the Backfield
are Tommy McDonald of Oklahoma, Johnny Majors
of Tennessee and Jimmy Brown of Syracuse.
Two college football coaches have quit. Bernle Crim Crimmins
mins Crimmins resigned after five years at Indiana University,
and Woody Woodard threw in the sponge after four
years at Southern Methodist.
Crimmins will leave Indiana the first of the year
after quitting in his words "for the good ofshe
w !h J" Athletic Wwctor' mnk
Allen said "Crimmins had a burning desire to nut a
winning team on the field. No one worked haer or
w;?"6"," Intflana tea"" under Crimmins
won only 13 of 45 games.
. Woodard asked Southern Methodist to let hk.on,
Jrart-run out nexTJBni: He wafKanged in efflgyon
p;!4ti1r.h-adi?che! a" onounder ground, Ara
EX1 lorthwesem got new five-yeafW
Sd LWl hls ?r5t year at Northwestern,
' wfcag iour wl' four l08ses and n
their best season since 1850.
: Wood,yiH!ef Stfe Is the other coach with
a promising future. Athletic director Dick Larklns said
Hayes will be retired for next season.
aJSSVK hffihi contender Chuck
S1 nattened Willi Hoepner, the number six
contender from Germany.
. Woepnei; was unimpressive in his first American
light, at Milwaukee. Speiser connected with Hoepner's
"fad frequently as he maintained a two-fisted attack
in the first round.
t-intfl!JseclIldi Snelser softened Hoepner with his
wro-JiSied attack, then dropped him-tor a six-count
"GIVE THE WORKERS more wages" said David
Dubin&ky. The United States labor leader spoke at
Balboa Theatre; but his words-(in sound or type)
reached every corner of the Canal Zone and the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama.
A merry little gray-haired man who came up the
hard way, Dubinsky inspired working people and
bosses alike in bis hard-hitting appeal. He put it on
the line that" better wages for workers in these lati latitudes
tudes latitudes are essential for the growth of healthy dem democratic
ocratic democratic countries."
"Big Tom" Meany. the AFL-CIO president who head headed
ed headed the four-man labor team that spent two days here
made a strong appeal for labor unity on the Canal
Zone. He wants Locals 800 and 807 affiliated with the
Central Labor Union and Metal Trades Council. Se Se-raflno
raflno Se-raflno Romualdi, Latin American Representative for
the AFL-CIO, called for a stronger labor movement
in the Republic of Panama. This country ranks in the
bottom group of all Western Hemisphere countries
except for two dictatorships he reported.
All labor leaders saw their movement gainging in
Latin America. They stressed: "The impetus must come
from the workers themselves."
Ml Hope abattoir will close early next year and fu future
ture future purchases of Panama beef will be made at the
abattoir in Panama Civic Council representatives were
told in Oatun. The beef will be selected and will conr
tinue to be inspected by Canal Health Bureau vets,
Gov. Potter said.
Denied categorically by Fetter was a rumor that
the commissary has already started raising its
prices to make up for the law la business expect expected
ed expected Jan. 1 when some 11,008 a Canal employes and
a tot of armed forces employes lose their com commissary
missary commissary prtveleges. He revealed, however, that the
"market basket" for U.S. rate eommys went ap
$1.17 in October. Eggs, with a 14-cent jump, led
Prices for shaves and haircuts, manicures, hair hair-sets
sets hair-sets and shampoos have also been given a higher
maximum in the Canal Zone, concessionaires had ask asked
ed asked for permission to charge higher prices.
The Canal Co. itself put a minimum price tag of
$3,104,000 on the SS Panama which will go to the high highest
est highest bidder as an indirect result of the cutback in com commissary
missary commissary oatronage. You have until Dec. 19 to put in a
price. Meanwhile the three Panama Line ships are
all back ir. service at the dock strike's ending.
The reverse gears failed as the ferry President
Roosevelt approached the east ramp during a routine
afternoon crossing. It failed to reverse, rammed into
the ramp and put Thatcher Ferry service out of busi business
ness business for about four days. Two Panama trucks and a
U.S. vehicle were damaged slightly.
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Employes of U.S. federal agencies learned of a won wonderful
derful wonderful gift from Washington the whole day of on
Christmas Eve. This means a four day holiday Sat Saturday
urday Saturday through Tues., Dec. 25 for all except essen essential
tial essential personnel.
Caribbean Command revealed that a military
exercise to test local defenses had been held here
recently without fanfare. It added that Eladio
Castil'o Moreno of Panama City, had been cited
for the services he rendered In reporting to the
proper U.S. military authorities the suspicious ac activities
tivities activities of two men who it turned out to be U.S.
military personnel enraged In the exercise. The
point was made that the operation of the defense
forces assigned to the Panama Canal Zone can
be assisted by the wholehearted reoperation of
Risen of Panama such as Castillo.
.v?anama City was rocked last week with a storv of
ch!Ld Jhutufr at the hands of an American soldier
with the acquiescence of the child's mother.
wlrSf fatment handed out to 20-month- oW
5d-ar.Cast1110 b hls mother's common-law hus hus-US
US hus-US &mYPTt Harold eeii Rose, was re re-t0
t0 re-t0 authorities death a week ago last Thursday.
Both the hoy's mother, Blanca Rosa Castillo, and Rose
at first told police the child, whose father Tssald to
be-1fro1soldler' had accidental fallen of f the top
ffr!55tor- Ho.wever- later they both confessed that
the child s cracked skull was caused by hatd slao
from Rose which slammed the little Ed uardo against
Neighbors then told Dtet. Attv. Francisco Alva Alva-rado
rado Alva-rado that Rose frequently submitted the child to
all manrier of cruelty: holding his head aider
wator, spouting him la face with a hose wb.Be
holding his head leaving him hanging y hit
hands from a clothes line and scrubbing him
tth-a la ne brwrtj when he wag dirty.
According to th- netehhnrs t.ho mntWb mtarui.
Won vJOWbe a gently chiding on rare occasions.iBoth
Rose and his common-law wife are being held by the
Secret Police for trial.
Press dispatches from Washington reported Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's i Foreign Minister Aqullhio BQyd as say saying,
ing, saying, ho hgd received assurances from acting U.S. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Herbert Hoover, Jr. that the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration would press for Congressional
approval of a single wage scale for Panamanian and
U.S. employes on the Canal Zone.
Boyd, who is In the States as chief of the Panama,
delegation to the United Nations General Assembly,
was honored Wednesday at a special session of tiMj
Organization of American States, sid in a prepared
statement he had encountered "a very cooperative at attitude
titude attitude on the part of the State Department." v
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with a right uppercut to the jaw. At two-28 of the
second round with Hoepner trying to back pedal.
Sjpelser caught him in a corner and knocked him out
with a right hook to the jaw.
''IUi) 'MMKHk Osfpifa Jil
AT LEAST FIVE persons are dead and 10 others
wounded ip the wake ot a revolutionary uprising
at Santiago, Cuba. The outbreak started shortly be before
fore before dawn, when armed civilians attacked shortly be be-police
police be-police stations in the city, apparently in a move to
overthrow the government of President Fulgencio Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. The fighting lasted at least six hours. The army re reported
ported reported the situation under control, except for sniping
The uprising was attributed to members of the "26th
of July'' movement, which had sent an "ultimatum"
to Batista to step down and order general elections.
The American consulate in Santiago reported no
damage to American property or persons.
Buenos Aires Argentina will buy an experimental
atomic reactor from the United States... at a cost
of between one and two-million dollars. The president
of the Argentine Atomic Energy Commission said the
project will be financed partly with a 350-thousand
dollar grant from, the United States.
Buenos Aires The wartime commander o the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine army has filed a libel suit against a political
antagonist who accused him of spying for Adolf Hitler.
Lieutenant General Carlos Yon der Becke revealed the
libel action had been started In his newly published
book Destruction of an Infamy." His suit names
Radical party leader Silvano Santander. Author of a
widely-circulated book entitled 'Technique for Trea Treason,"
son," Treason," Santander's book accused Von der Becke of be being
ing being a paid spy for the Nazis.
Washington Puerto Rican economic experts have
assured federal authorities that the Island will pro produce
duce produce enough sugar next spring to fill its 1957 quotas.
However, a Puerto Rican economist told the 34th
National Outlook Conference that the Island will have
to tap all or most of its 1956 carryover in order to sp sp-ply
ply sp-ply its mainland and local sugar quotas next year. The
economist said Hurricane Betsy hit the island so bad badly
ly badly it cut crop prospects to almost eliminate any sur surplus.
plus. surplus. Lima, Peru A combination of a Minneapolis com company
pany company and Peruvian Interests will start large scale
whaling operations in Peruvian waters next summer.
The new. operation hopes to catch up to 15-hundred
sperm whales next season season-Santiago
Santiago season-Santiago ChileThe Latin-American. Economic Con Conference
ference Conference in Santiago, chile, has been forced into extra
session because of United States reluctance to give im immediate
mediate immediate support to a "buy Latin American" program.
The U.S. delegation refused to okay the program
sponsored by Argentina without prior consultation
with Washington. The conference was called to study
ways of eliminating inter-American trade barriers.
Washington The U.S. border patrol has asked au authorities
thorities authorities around New Orleans to be on the lookout
for twoL men suspected of having part in a Cuban as assassination.
sassination. assassination. The fugitives were believed in New Or Orleans
leans Orleans en route to Mexico. They were believed to have
a part in the slaying of Colonel Rico Blanco chief
of Cuba's military intelligence.
San Salvador Residents of El Salvador will have
to buy their liquor during the week from now on.
Starting next Saturday, it will be against the law to
holidays. The partial prohibition edict is one of a
holidays. The partial prohibition edictis one of a
series of measures designed to cure a growing crime
Kingston. Jamaica Resting British Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Eden has received his first visitor at his hideaway
on Jamaica Island. The governor of the island Sir
Hugh Foot called on Eden to see if the Prime Min Minister
ister Minister needed anything special. Informed sources said
the Prime Minister so far has not required medical
attention... and is looking twice as fit as he did on
his arrival in Jamaica last Saturday.
A multi-million dollar cast of show people turned turned-out
out turned-out today to say a final goodbye to the "sentimental
Gentleman of swing."
Among the hundreds who gathered at a New York
funeral chapel to attend funeral services fOr Tommy
Dorsey were Paul Whiteman, Jackie Gleason and Guy
Many had something important to do with the
career of the trombonist, who rose from obscurity in
a PennsyJvanla mining town. Whiteman, for instance,
iJ?!11 Dsey ,g Psh when he hired him for
his band during -the 1920 s.
Dofsey was buried in Suburban Valhalla, New York.
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The United States has served notice on would-be
aggressors to keep hands-off nations belonging to the
The statement released bv the State Department
says this country wottld regard with "utmost gravity''
any threat to the independence or territory of pact
While mentioning ho nation by name, observers said
It was fwrly .clear the statement was aimed atRus-
The United States 'and Britain both have become
increasingly alarmed over Soviet arms shipments to
2?rrJa -nlch borders both Tfff key and Iraq and Tur Turkish
kish Turkish officials are said to' W'gTa'fely concerned over
the pro-Soviet regime in Syria? w
SUNDAY 'DECEMBER 66
TAKING A SPILL? NO! JUST FANCY SKATING
(See story and pictutes, Paget 2 & 3)