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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, DECEMBER i, 1958 TEN CKN1B
Going Up Jan. 13
Rental on quarters in the
of the Canal Zone will be increased effective Jan.-13, it
was announced Friday at the Housing Division offices.
The revision of the rental rates on these houses
follows 'a survey recently completed to adjust the rents
to offset operating losses in the non-citizen quarters
Representatives of the Latin American Civic Coun Councils
cils Councils were informed at their October meeting with Gov.
William E. Potter that rental increases would be made
following the survey.
All family quarters of the new and permanent hous housing
ing housing will be increased $1.60 a week.
The weekly rental rates on bach
lnr ouarters will be increased
55 cents and 64 cents for bunk ac accommodations,
commodations, accommodations, while the increa increases
ses increases on bachelor rooms will range
from 11.41 a week.
The tmount of increases for the
Type 201, 12-family quarters apart
Tully Bar Cops
The Haras Carinthia's unbeaten
bav colt Tully Bar yesterday aft
ernoon chalked uo his 12th conse
cutive victory in the featured $1, $1,-500
500 $1,-500 added Carolina M. de Chlan
Classic for two-year-old natives
the President Remon race track.
The big son of Barretin-Tully
Saba flashed six furlongs in. 1:13
2-5 a new reccrd for natives. A-
sache closed fast but mucn too
to gam second place a nan
Destello but two
! Tully Bat
lestello outsprinted Olimpico
and Tully Bar and held on gamely
when Tully Bar drew alongside
but was not the winner's match in
the stretch drive. Tully Bar re
turned $3.60 per win ducat.
Osvaldo de Loon was the only
rider to score more than once. He
won with Sweet Windsor and Per
the first two races of
Franrii.n r.atir-a hanJ
died Tully Bar's reins.
Swee1 Windsor $11, $4.40
Dainty Duchess $3.40
Persiflage $8, $4.20
First Double: $42.20
1 Don Brigido $10.60 $3.20
2 Don Goyo $3
1 Folletito $6.20, $3.60
2 Bagdad $3.
1 Comatose $5, $3.
2 Barge Royal $3.
1 Fellac $5.60, $3.40
2 Socorrito (e) $3.40
3 Single Slipper $3.
1 My Friend $12.40, $4.60
2 Amin Didi $5.80
Second Double: $33.
Jachalin $4.40, $2.20
Tiburon $5.20, $2.60
Tully Bar $3.60, $2.60
No Work for Army
On Xmas Eve
Military and civilian personnel
in the Panama area will be excus excused
ed excused from duty Dec 24, Headquar
ters u.s. Army Caribbean an
The move is in accordance with
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's
memorandum that all military and
civilian personnel be excused from
duty Dec. 24 unless their services
are essential to maintain nroter-
tive security or other critical ec-
A liberal policy for granting
leave will be followed for the oe-
riod between Christmas and New
rear s holidays.
Two Soldiers Fined
For Drunk Driving
Two Atlantic side soldiers have
been fined $100 each in the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Magistrate's Court for driving
They are 38-year-old Robert J.
Blevens of the 03d AAA Bn. at
Fort Davis and Max S. liildreth,
. i t
Latin American communites
ments, and the Type 121-R eanton eanton-ment
ment eanton-ment qarters will vary.
End apartments in the Type 201
buildings will be established at a
uniform rate of 15.25 a week. The
new rates for inside apartments
will be $4.50 and $5.25 a week.
The Increases on the canton
ment-type quarters, most of which
are schedule for early demolition
will range from $1.39 to $1.41 a
Individual notices of the new
rents will not be sent out but oc occupants
cupants occupants of quarters who desire. in information
formation information about the rates on their
quarters may inquire at the Hous Housing
ing Housing Division offices in Balboa or
Negro Students To Have Police Protection
When Clinton High School Reopens Tomorrow
flIJNTON. Tenn.. Dec. 9 (UP)
Negro students indicated today
they will return to the integrated
Clinton High School when it re reopens
opens reopens tomorrow after a week's
Shutdown because of racial strife.
StrMf prteautlonl were being
planned to prevent further mo
letting or intimidating of the
nine Negroes among mora than
700 students. The Anderson coun county
ty county school board insured the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes they will have police ptc ptc-ttetion.
ttetion. ptc-ttetion. County attorney Eugene L. Joyce
said the text of a ederai court m-
junction acainst interference with
the right of the Negroes to aueiia
the school will be read to the en-
tire student body at the school re
"Wo want to dramatise this
thing lot them know it's com coming
ing coming down like a wet tent on every everyone,"
one," everyone," Joyce said.
The board threatened to expel
any students caught harassing
TJU hoard said it will "funnel
information to the FBI and Feder
al indse Robert L. Taylor" con
cerning any pro-segregation acts
which could be considered In viola violation
tion violation of his injunction.
Repair of Colombian
Dredge Begun by CZ
One of the biggest marine repair
jobs ever to be tackled by the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's Industrial Division in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal was started this week when
work was begun on the complete
replacement of the hull and the o o-verhaul
verhaul o-verhaul of the main and auxiliary
engine of the 183-foot Colombian
aovernment-owned suction dredge
The nroiect. it was estimated,
will cost approximately $160,000
and will require five months to
complete, it was reported in the
current Pan Canal Review.
The estimate was made in Octo October
ber October after an extensive survey and
assessment of the extent of the
repairs needed was made by In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division forces. The Co Colombia
lombia Colombia was pulled up onto the Ma Marine
rine Marine Railway No. 2 Monday When
work was actually started.
One of the most valuable pieces
of harbor equipment in Buenaven Buenaventura,
tura, Buenaventura, Colombia, the dredge was
brought to the Canal Zone in Au August
gust August under tow of the tug English Englishman.
man. Englishman. It was towed through the Ca Canal
nal Canal to Cristobal by a Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal tug and, except for a short
time when it was on the marine
railway for Inspection, the dredge
has been tied up at the Industrial
The Colombia was built origi originally
nally originally in 1907 at I was rebuilt, in
Holland, 20 years later. Since
1927, it has been In continuous
service in the busy Buenaventu Buenaventura
ra Buenaventura harbor where it was used to
pump out heavy silt and sand
deposits brought into the bay by
several small rivers.
The dredge is under the com command
mand command of Capt. Miguel Insignares,
a veteran Colombian dredge ex expert
pert expert who has been engaged in
dredging operations in the Buena Buenaventura
ventura Buenaventura harbor for the oast 18
r 4er Ji
SEGREGATION LEADERS ARRESTED White Citizens Coun Council
cil Council leader W.H. Till (left) and itinerant Baptist preacher Alon Alon-zo
zo Alon-zo Bullock enter the country jail in Knoxville, Tenn., after
their arrest in the roundup of segregationists charged with
interfering with integration in Clinton High School.
The FBI told Sheriff Glad Wood-
iMairl Ud Cr.(AmW U 1-1
wtaiu loot nJlTpiClilMd II WUIUU JIW
enter the Clinton school integra integration
tion integration issue.
However, Joyce said, events of
the past week have shown a
change in the FBI attitude."
Mice chief Francis Moo r e
told the beard meeting yester yesterday
day yesterday that officers would be on
hand to arrest anyone found loit loitering
ering loitering around the school tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with no business there.
"I assure you there will be not
one outsider interfering with stu students
dents students returning to school," Moore
The 16 persons rounded up last
week and charged with violating
the Federal injunction sought to
hire Washington attorney J. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Simmons, who defended seg segregationist
regationist segregationist John Kasper in his riot
and sedition trial here last month.
Simmons said in Washington, it
"has not yet been ietermined,"
but an Anderson County source
said Simmons had agreed to take
Jimmy Angel's Ashes to be Scattered
Over 3212 ft. Falls He Discovered
Mrs. Marie A. Angel, wife of
flying explorer Jimmy Angel, has
cabled authorization that her hus husband's
band's husband's deathbed wish of crema cremation
tion cremation be carried out and that his
ashes be scattered over his most
famous find, 3,212-foot nigh Angel's
Falls in Venezuela.
Angel, in Gorgas Hospital for
seven months, died yesterday
while convalescing from a cere cerebral
bral cerebral hemorrhage suffered while he
was being treated for double pneu
monia. He was 59 years old.
A friend of Angel's, Charles
Bradley, a Panama Canal em
ployc, telephoned the explorer's
Wife in Santa Barbara, Calif., for
instructions last night. Mrs. Angel
then cabled authorization to Gor
gas officials for the cremation,
which will be either today or to
Following the cremation, Brad
ley will contact the National Geo
graphic Society, of which Angel
was a member, about flying his
ashes over the continent's highest
waterfall and scattering them on
the falls he discovered. Angel,
Bradley said, once said that the
Society would carry his ashes over
However, if the Society refuses,
High is Low
In CZ Bid
(Not in Golf)
Seven bids were received for al alterations
terations alterations to the residence in Bal
boa Heights assigned to the Ma
rine Director, with oirers ranging
from a low of $1,850, entered by
C. A. High, to one o fover $.000.
The work calls for the construc construction
tion construction of a maid's room for the quar
ters. Bids tor the work were open
ed Friday morning at Balboa
Heights. Other local firms enter
ing bids were E. O. Hauke Con
struction Co., Isthmian Construe
tion Company, Dillon and Hick
man. Deoosito Lalli. and Calvino
the case, and indicated he wanted
trial" for ail the
The school board and faculty
als-a discu:.sed forms of misbe misbehavior
havior misbehavior among student which
mlgnt constitute violation of the
Principal D. J. Brlttain Jr. said
some students have worn badges
such as "Keep our white
The principal said he
inis amounted to pressure
Bnttain said one white girl wear
ing a "badge" made it a "point
to sit near Negroes." This girl,
Brittaln said, was a "trouble-maker."
When a teacher asked the girl
to remove the badge, Brittain
said, the girl leolled that she had
a "legal right' to wear what she
chose and the teacher declined
to press the matter.
Bradley strted, there are "at
least" two privr.te plane pilots will
ing to carry out the task.
In addition to his wife, a former
stunt pilot, Angel is survived by
two sons, 12 and 13 years old.
Last April, on his way to British
Guiana, Angel planned to visit
Bradley and became involved in a
landing accident at Davis. His
plane flipped over when a wheel
Both Angel and his co pilot
were apparently unhurt. However,
the next day Angel became ill apd
it was thought he suffered a heart
attack. He was flown to the Canal
Zone, where he entered Gorgas
and it was established that he was
suffering from double pnumonia.
He recovered, but at Bradley's
home he suffered the c 3 r e b r a 1
stroke. He never fuDy regained
consciousness, and recognized
Bradley only three or four times
since the June 11 attack, Bradley
CHICAGO, Dec 8 (UP) Mer Merchants
chants Merchants are hopeful that Christmas
sales will reach or surpass last
year's record level before stocking-hanging
time, although they re report
port report shopping was off to a slow
start in some places.
A United Press national survey
showed retail sales ranged from
"the best ever," downward.
Unseasonably warm weather
over much of the country was
blamed for som of the sales lag.
Eighty degree weather at Los An Angeles
geles Angeles cut trade 8 to 9 per cent.
At Seattle a 10-day transit strike
cut into early sales. Only "very
heavy selling" will enable merch merchants
ants merchants to match last year's record
mark, it was aaid.
But at Dallas, H. D. Turman,
president of the Retail Merchants
Assn., reported good sales in spite
Shantz Bares his Teeth,
Prepares for Game Today
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Billy Shantz of the Carta Vieja
Yankees served notice today, as
the Yanks girded for their first
meeting with Cerveza Balboa at
the National Stadium at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, that "those other
two teams will certainly know we
are in the league.
And the hustling catcher-manager,
who also does some re receiving
ceiving receiving for Ottawa, Class AAA AAA-International
International AAA-International League, and the
Kansas City Athletics, had pret pretty
ty pretty good reason for his boast.
His Yanks, who finished a poor
last in the Pro League under Al
Kubski last season, looked like su
per-champs Friday night as they
ran roughshod over the champion
Chesterfield Smokers in chalking
up a' 5 to 0 shutout behind the
four-hit pitching of doughty Dutch
Eli Gerba, who had an impres impressive
sive impressive record with San Francisco. O-
pen Classification Pacific Coast
League, last summer, is Shantz'
pitching choice for today's game.
Beerman pilot Leon Kellman.
who like Shantz, is also his club's
back-stop, will counter with
George Brunet, who finished last
season with the Kansas City Athle
tics, where he had no decisions in
Probably the best compliment
given Carta Vlea for the Team's
fino snowing Friday night; came
from Smoker skipper Andy Co
hen wrto said .MMLtMKiM
"Those guvs had everything
. 'although we hustled
much sthey, wo just couldn't
make i t.They deserved to win."
Romberger, who said he used a
"fast ball, slider and changeup,"
had the Smokers eating out of his
hand as he allowed only two run runners
ners runners to reach third base, in the
eame that lasted only two hours,
The hefty right hander, who fac faced
ed faced only 31 batters and demon
Bids are Opened;
Work to RP Firm
Bids for one of tne major proj projects
ects projects of the Panama Canal Compa Company's
ny's Company's power conversion program,
the construction and equipment of
a substation at Summit, were o o-pened
pened o-pened Friday morning at Balboa
Apparent low bidder for the
vork was L. R. Sommer with an
offer of $458,582, including a short
circuit test upon completion of the
Only two other firms entered of offers.
fers. offers. The Electric Service Compa Company,
ny, Company, of Panama, entered a bid of
$486,038, and Sachse Electric Com Company,
pany, Company, of Lake Charles, Louisiana,
Bids were opened by Colonel
Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering and
Construction Director, who an announced
nounced announced that an award will be
made alter an analysis of the
The new Summit Substation will
replace one now in service there.
The work includes the construc construction
tion construction of a masonry building, a
switchyard covering about 2,000
square yards, with an access drive
and parking area. Electrical in installations
stallations installations will include two high
voltage power transformers, an
outdoor switching structure,
switch-gear and control boards,
and alterations to the existing
Hopeful Christmas Sales
Last Years Record Level
of Thanksgiving being
er in Texas than the
a week lat lat-rest
rest lat-rest of the
Sales were reported fair in New
York with some items sluggish,
others doing well. Luxury gifts
such as jewelry and watches
seemed to be favored. Toy sales
lagged behind those of a year ago.
Generally, merchants and sales
managers throughout the nation
said they felt things would close
out in a roar.
A. W. Zelomek, head of the In
ternational Statistical Bureau, an-
ticipated a last minute shopping)
wave. A one per cent increase!
over last year would be excellent,
There seemed to be no pattern
strated perfect control1 in net is issuing
suing issuing a free pass, did not need
more that the single run his mates
gave him in the first frame.
The marker came when leadoff
man Tony Bartirome, who had two
hits drove in three runs, and was
his old brilliant self defensively,
walked but was thrown out at sec second
ond second on ar attempted steal by a
perfect peg from catcher Marcos
Starting pitcher, and later
Cheitto Gordon go; second base baseman
man baseman Dave Jacobs en strikes for
the second-out, but center field fielder
er fielder Bill Kerns, who tingled, crest crested
ed crested the plate on third baseman
Eddie Phillips' tWobagger be before
fore before left-fielder Rudy Maylii
After that it as easy for Rom Romberger.
berger. Romberger. Bartirorae's triple to right right-center
center right-center produced two more tallies
in the second and Gordon was lift lifted
ed lifted in the third with the bases
loaded and none out.
Right-hander Bob Veritch took
over on the hill and got out of the
hole with only one run scoring on
a saennce iiy w aeep center by
There was no more scoring for
the Yanks until the ninth when sec second
ond second reliever lefty Tom Flanigan
gave up an unearned run.
Carlos Heron and Cobos, who
hit doubles; and Bobby Prescott
and Manito Bernard, with tin tingle,
gle, tingle, were the only Smokers who
managed to solvt Romberger
r of the game..
To Visit US Seminar
Lt. Governor H. W. Schull Is
leaving the Canal Zone this week weekend
end weekend to attend a American Busi Busi-can
can Busi-can Business Management semi seminar
nar seminar being held in New York City.
He will be accompanied by John
D. Hollen, Chief of the Executive
Planning Staff and F. R. John
son, Staff Storehouse Advisor who
wilt also attend the seminar. They
will return to the Isthmus within
about a week.
Community Chest Fund Near
120o of Original Target
Final reperts en contributions
from Dersonnel of the 15th Naval
District and the Panama Canal
Company-Canal Zone Government
gave a still turtner doosi aonawuns
pvpr the i40.0O0-mark and within a
whisDer of $42,000.
Members of the Canal Zone Com
r,hKt Beard of Directors in ses
sion Fridav night at the Balboa
YMCA-USO receive from cam
naian chairman Arnold Hodgson a
summary of the recently complet completed
ed completed united anneal for funds for 14
The most successful fund-raising
effort in the history of the
Community Chest and the lar largest
gest largest in number of donors end
money contributed since World
War II app a Is in the Canal
Zone reached within a fraction
of 120 per cent of the original
$41,919.86 from the following
Personnel of the Company-Go
vernment though the Governers
Ceuncil For Voluntary Giving, $22,
535.56; Special Gifts, including
business firms, provate organiza
to purchases across the country
In Chicago and generally through
out the Midwest hi-fi sets topped
the demand list.
. In Washington, small items led
the field, and liquor sales in the
nation's capital were reported bet
ter than last year.
One merchant said "People
weren't holiday minded," in some
West Coast cities. It wasn't thje
stores' fault. One San Francisco
department store brought on San Santa
ta Santa Nov, 3 ip an effort to spur
Mail order houses reported re record
cord record sales last month. Sears Roe-
buck said sales for November
were up 12.7 per cent over a year
ago. Montgomery Ward spokes-
said a bumper crop of chH-i
in the 3 to 10 age group
would boost sales to new highs,
Ask World to Join
BUDAPEST, Dec. 9 (UP)
angry workers called a new
the government today and
workers to join in.
The new strike was to
of Premier Janos Kadar.
The central workers
which issued the call, appealed tc trade unions all over
the free world to stage sympathy strikes.
The Budapest workers council action followed the
collapse of talks between Kadar and the council leaders.
A spokesman for the central
workers council indicated the
strike would be more severe than
the "total strike" of two weeks a-
H said only water supplies, e e-lectrie
lectrie e-lectrie power for maintenance of
the worker -owntd mines, fire firemen,
men, firemen, doctors and hospital staffs
would not ba affected.
The nations' workers already
were, about 50 per cent on strike.
Others who were showing up at
me lactones and mines were
idle because of iaok of coal
In the current tense at!
sphere that gripped all of Hun Hungary
gary Hungary the new strike call posed a
new grave iSreat of widespread
Until today the central Budapest
workers council, which claims to
represent 85 per cent of the na nation's
tion's nation's workers, has opposed all
strike action. It has repeatedly
called for the workers to go back
to tneir jods and get production go
But the fiml breakdown of
negotiations with Kadar Friday
night was mere than the council
could stfnd. The Budapest work-
tions and retire-J Company-Govern
ment e mployes, $4,177.35; 15th
Navl District, $2,916.85; U.S. Air
Caribbean 12,530.53; U.S Army
Caribbean, $8,29.34; Sxholl Coin
Collection Boxr Sfl8339' anH hrn
efit Athletic Club vs. Rams Foot-
ball Game at Balboa Stadium 12,
At its post-campaign meting
Friday night, the Board of direc directors
tors directors set next Saturday for the
Chest budget committee to con convene
vene convene for the purpose of allocating
the funds collected among the 14
Meanwhile, tho Board members
acted favorably Friday on rr
quests from thoroe agencies for
an advance in unds prior te Jan
1: $1,500 to tho Salvation Army;
$1,500 to tho Latin American Sum Summer
mer Summer Recreation Board; and $500
to the International Boy Scouts.
In other actic taken al the Fri Friday
day Friday session, the Communitty Chest
beard received and approved the
audit of the past fiscal year Com Community
munity Community Chest funds by Carden S.
Shckell, representative of Priec
Waterhouse a Company in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, and named the following com committee
mittee committee to nominate a slate of offi officers
cers officers for 1957:
Henry Carpenter, chairman; Will
Price; Arnold Hodgson; Cyril Ath Ath-erley;
erley; Ath-erley; Roger Adams; Russell
Wise; and Ellis Fawcett
Remember its Cold
Where Car's Going
Automobile owners planning
shipment of cars during the period
of Sept. 15 to April 1 to the United
States are reminded that cooling
systems must be properly safe
In accordan-a with paragraph
10a (5), AR 55-tt, vehicles which
may bo subject to freoiing con conditions,
ditions, conditions, must be protected with a
non-alcoholic permanent-type arr
ti-froexo totting tc minus 20 do do-prooi
prooi do-prooi Fahrenheit (or lower if
doomod necessary at tho port of
This requiremsn does not apply
for vehicle shipments to San Fran
icisco or Nw Oaleans
The leaders of Hunaarv'i
48 hour aeneral strike aaaimf
asked the rest of the world's
protest the "get-tough" policy
council of areater Burianett-
ers loaders had strongly protest protested
ed protested the current wave of arrests of
workers council loaders, but Ka Kadar
dar Kadar refused e formal pledge to
halt tho arrests.
The government arrested some
20 worker council mem here
Thursday and Friday in an appa apparent
rent apparent attempt to break the power
of the workers' elected leaders.
Tho arrests tod to four dava
demonstration which culminated
in a nw bloody clash in
The Budapest council has asked
Kadar to make a promise over the
Radio Budapest that the arreiti
would end. Kadar ignored the
Following the premier's new
snub, the Budapest council met
late into the night Friday and
most of yesterday.
Opened Today at
An exhibition of unusual Bible!
were opened this morning at the
Lutheran Church of Balboa w
scripts including those of Cent
American Indian Languages ia(
photostatic reproduction of the i
tfovcrslal "Dead Sea Scrolls';!
The display es cpen to the pu public
blic public at the parish center on Bel-
There are about 40 Bibles
ing up the exhibit, accordin
Kev. Kooert c. jr. oussick, pi
tlie church. One dates 1589,
The display is in cooperation
with the American Bible Society
of Cristobal. jf-j
Dec. 14 Pay (heck
Will be Xmas Break
For CZ Soldiers
Soldiers who feel they need a
little early cash to buy Christmas
gifts may receive a supplements
ry pay check Dec. 14.
In reply to a question about who
might get what in time for a little
extra Yuletide cheer, a USCAR USCAR-CARIB
CARIB USCAR-CARIB spokesman revealed that
soldiers could get a pay-break.
Soldiers usually get paid only once
Airmen get paid every two
weeks anyway, on the 1st and 15th,
but there will be no special hob
Civilian personnel of the two a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies get paid every- two weeks.
No early or special paydays are
being pulled out oi the military
Barred US Convoy
Allowed To Pass
BERLIN, Dec. 8 (UPV West
German police said today Soviet
senlries passed a U. S. Army
truck convoy through a Soviet
cbecknoint without restrictions.
Police said the convoy passed
through the Soviets' Dreilinden
checkpoint outside Berlin on its
way to the West without any trou-
The same convoy was barred
the Soviets Wednesday.
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Sarin! Account
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "1" Street
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
Q. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.
From 1:00 a.m to 12:30 p m
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
, Great White fleet
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Weekly sailings of Z&.MHgBp 8,s to Nw
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Lbs Angelef . : 1270.00
To Seattle and Return yf $365.00
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This Sum vekte form?ie syXl of the program, to bring to our young boys the greatest possible training under God
This triumverate xorms wjc aymyi ui w.c m K mo Q.f M t.hi fmir.vear nrosram are welcome to become members of
anri their Country
either Cub Pack No
Boys who. would like to become part 01
5 or Scout Troop no. o.
this four-year program are welcome to become members oi
where we desire "life, liberty and in connection with the life of
tne pursuit oi happiness. meir particular cuutvu
lillS is "ie Kiuuuu ufuii wiuw uuSut
St. Luke's Boy Scout
The events oi niswry uiwo n
making themselves known to us
today are deeply rooteo. in a
new consciousness oi
that is being felt by people of
riown-trodden nations as well as
Tne revolt 01 uie nuuwo
Wnnirarv. the workers of Poland,
the social revolution in India
and a host of other examples
are obvious to us as expressions
nf Httlp neonle who want to live
lives apart from serfdom and
.This sense of freedom is not
Just the urge to "do what we
want to do when we want," but
is a very deeply religious deve-
Freedom itself is a religious
concept, for it derives from our
noon a malnr issue and in all
of its peace, freedom has had
to battle for its existence.
This is the background1 that
our boys and-girls are growing
up in. Especially where citizens
of the United Spates live, away
from the homeland; Amerlcafi' Amerlcafi'-ism
ism Amerlcafi'-ism is not connected with a plot
of ground, but a way of life
ihe Boy Scouts of America has
developed its program.
Whne it expresses itself in sec
ular terms, it is essentially a
nnp Rp.ont Frank D. Miller,
Jr. has already received this a a-ward
ward a-ward and now three more
Scouts, Robert K. Arthur, David
,.iitn,,. nonnrgm The Cpnnt T nunlnn nnH .Tan V. HirSCn-
Oath and Law are basically re-1 mann, are working hard for it.
ligious statements, ending with I The program calls for daily
;ne an-mciusive lbw, a ocuut. prayer hhu diuic irouiu6, .vb
raer wer rbu m,iraiiw
a'tirf Hpvinns rirder ambns fnen.
In the United States, freedom
has been written in its history
by men who were willing to give
all so that the greatest poten
tial power oi tne nation migru,
be able to be realized.
In all of its wars, ireeaom nas.
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)up) A police inspector and the
gunman he sougnt. io qucsuuii. a a-bout
bout a-bout a Uquor store shooting were
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a robbery attempt 20 minute$
Kelly,' Beaumont and Sgt. Ed Edward
ward Edward L. Clark went to Baker's
rtipm after roceivipg a tip that a
rati answering the description of
the fandit had er$$ed the York
Kelly, arid Beaumont went m-
side-tHe roota; while Clark guarded
the door. After searching Beau Beaumont
mont Beaumont the off icera began searching
the room and Clarkmoved inside.
"The guy suddenfjr grabbed a
gun and began firing, Clark said.
Kelly and Beaumont were felled,
and Beaumont continued firing af after
ter after he slumped to th floor.
Epstein told police the bandit en entered
tered entered his store, ordered a bottle
of scotch, then pulled a gun and
began firing when Epstein's wife,
Zelda, 47, appeared from a back
Th? nrocram which is being
rieveloDed hv Cub Pack No. 5 and
Scout Troop No. 5 at the Cathe
dral of St. Luke has for its mot motto,
to, motto, "Onward for God and My
nountrV." It is a -four-vcar nra-
gram, aimed at making the boys
conscious oi incir ODiigauuna ty
their God through their Church
or Synagogue, and to tneir coun country.
try. country. With a consciousness thaii aod
is often letf out of people's lives
who are still enjoying the gifts
that He gives us, the program Is
directed toward correcting this
fault. It Is an onward moving
program to be "Prepared in
body; prepared in -skill; prepar prepared
ed prepared in spirit; prepared in will;
prepared as .a member of a
The highest religious, award-
in scouting is tne "uoa ana
far -attendance at Church Wor Worship,
ship, Worship, special service with Church
organizations and special study
nf the historv and workings of
the life of the Church.
The leaders of the Pack and
Troop are conscious of the fact
that boys who have formulated
good habits ot worsnip anu at attendance,
tendance, attendance, will form good hab habits
its habits as citizens of itheir country.
One who has a- healthy respect
for his word and his conduct,
will form a firm, foundation for
the buiWlng of better Ameri Americanism.
canism. Americanism. As the very basis of
these facts is 'the1 fact of God
and His Will; that is most com completely
pletely completely expressed" within the life
of the cnrisuan .unurtn uuuoj.
As a Church-sponsored organ-'ization.-ithe
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people, and gives to our young
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SORRY SPECIMENS of social discards, I was com completing
pleting completing my Olympic training at Rolando's Hideaway the
other day (featured event: flinging the froth) when I
fell to speculating on the manner in which Red's Cart Cart-tuta
tuta Cart-tuta Cab can be put to work during the just-opened Pan Panama
ama Panama pro baseball season.
It would be of no use as a substitute dugout, as tht
players would complain about its having no seats. It
may be all right for Red's passengers to have to stand
all the way on any trip, but it's not good enough tor
From baseball, my thoughts turned to other sports,
and to the Olympic Games in Melbourne these last cou couple
ple couple of weeks.
Though the Olympics are contest between indivi individuals,
duals, individuals, and not between nations, there seems to be no
stopping the bunch that wants to keep scores by na nations.
tions. nations. So it comes about that at this writing the "Russians
have a runaway lead over the second place United States,
largely on the basis of heavy scoring in sports, not much much-practised
practised much-practised in the States.
Greco-Roman wrestling, for example, was .a gold goldmine
mine goldmine of gold medals for the Russians. United1 Press
sports reporter Oscar Fraley, who turned in some of the
most readable stuff to come out of Melbourne, cast a
studious eye upon the Greco-Roman scene, and forward forwarded
ed forwarded the following appreciation
"Greco-Roman wrestling, in case you've never seen
it and congratulate yourself if you haven't is a cross
between a dance marathon and a leapfrog contest by
,two waltzing bears. If this is a 'sporf of Olympic, pro proportions,
portions, proportions, then so is. mattress turning."
It is early to say whether, from now to the next
Olympics, the sfllly, fragrant air of the United States
will be torn by sounds of crashing branches and heavy
grunting as intense efforts are made to 6tep up US per performances
formances performances in gymnastics and wrestling.
I do have exclusive worn, however, that US gym gymnastic
nastic gymnastic scouts have made reservations to fly down to the
Canal Zone for the 1958 and 1959 mango seasons. They
plan to move from tree to tree studying the form of
likely gymnastic prospects. Gorgas Hospital is to set one
ward aside for interviews.
I am not one of those to gripe that any sport at
which the US does not come out well should hot be on
the Olympic schedule. For reasons unknown to me, there
always seem to be sports1 im.whicn one country often
regardless of size clamps an immovable Greco-Roman
hold on the rest of the world.
For Instance, more ofjten than not the world's bad badminton
minton badminton chamo is a Malayan, and the world's squash
rackets champ an Egyptian. These are not Olympic
sports, but it proves m.y point, if you're still interested.
Now instead of weeding out of the Olympic sched schedule
ule schedule the $ports which the United States rate along with
walrus-spearing and falconry, the smart move is to ihr
ject inta the schedule certain events in which the US
figures to have the edge, j
Smarter still, let's use specialties which foreign
scouts would not get wind of Stateside.
14ftj8fswer is tne maximum uevei
nnp nnt.pnt.ial. foreim sfcouts sfflfl
this part of the world, and the many considerable talents
down here could be kept under wraps Just about right
nn trt t.hp Iflfifl Olvmnips.
Then we could unleash upon the astonished Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, Finns, Irish and whatnot top-notch performers in
fields unheard of either by the hapless foreigners or by
the rest of the US team.
I have devoted heavy thinking of recent days of the
best way in which the Canal Zone will be able to reverse
the Melbourne results come 1960.
This information is classified. A great trust rests
upon you all to leak none of it to unauthorized persons.
Here then are the events, with some notes on forfn:
Throwing the book: In Judges Guthrie F. Crowfe,
John R. Deming and E.I.P. Tatlfeman the Canal Zone
has a team which should be able to work up to a 1-2-3
sweep of this event. To hit their best form they will
need the cooperation of the community. Cable thieves,
chiva1 jockeys and other training facilities are asked to
save their best efforts till 1959, so the Canal Zone team
hits its peak 1960.
Pushing the decimal: The rules committee is hav having
ing having some trouble as to whether the contest for who can
push a decimal farthest, or who can push the most
decimals. No matter how this matter is resolved, there
is a profusion of Canal Zone talent available. Current
favorites are Philip L. Steers and Arthur J. O'Leary. Two
GAO men have been disqualified as professionals.
1 Freestyle hair-splitting: Dwight D. McKabney is
favored to lead the Panama Canal general counsel's of office
fice office team to another 1-2-3 (McKabney, Bentz, Markum)
t Bullfighting (military style): A team of enlisted
men from Isthmian posts will be selected. In that all
servicemen have extensive experience in fighting bull,
the selection of a team may be difficult. Seriouft con consideration
sideration consideration must be given those GIs who can produce the
greatest number of unentitled leave passes. The team
as finally selected will do the bulk of its training at Ft.
Amador, with a final workout at Quarry Heights.
Handling the line (women) : The rules in this event
are also the subject of extensjve and continuing dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, but it is understood that the best Isthmian
talent so far repotred is m Navjucuccies.
Passing the Buck: Extensive elimination contests
are needed in this event. Panama Canal and military
teams are uncommonly gniea. bhiuuh neignus is yvy yvy-ular
ular yvy-ular choice as of now, but never underestimate the mili mili-tarw
tarw mili-tarw This pvfmt. will h rnntested bv four-men teams.
Military teams will be composed of colonels or over, the
Balboa Heights team by GS-12's or over. For the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian eliminations, all judges will be GS-5s and below,
or Sp-3s and less.
Tugging the Christmas Tree: -Eliminations for this
event will be held shprtly, at a time and place still to
be named by the Colninissary people. This event will
substitute for Delivering the Christmas Tree, which has
been scratched. This year the purchasers will also be
scratched. Administration Builg log rollers should
enter for the Passing the Buk ?ier then the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree event."
Evading the Issue: All. entry forms for this event
seem to have got held up m tne v anama uanai press
on ice, somoza dui ai vision.
Shutting the Potter: No local entries.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT is a combination
of Russia's top-of-the-list Olympic points total of 712,
and Malaya's bottom-of-the-liSt total of 1, which makes
a happy omen indeed for a Canal Zone triumph in
and methods laid out here.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER t, 195C
TWK SUNDAY AMERICAN
Dulles' Friends Expect Kim Judge Votes to Slay
- . ...... ., in ivhttvi qi sm
I o Remain In Umce With Ike
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (UP) reUry Eira Tift Benson when
Secretary of S ate John Foster farm prices skidded.
Dulles' close and responsible asso associates
ciates associates confidently expect him to Supports Subordinates
continue in office through Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's second term. I Mr. Elsenhower believes in sud-
Tbelr confidence was underwrit- Doriing his subordinates, however,
ten Wednesday by the state ue- and evidently intends to keep
partment itself. Press Officer Lin
coln wmte cusinouieo a pnysician
tjPd surgeon's report on Dulles,
Dulles in the cabinet. Perhaps
that must be viewed on an as-of-
now basis, because the dispute
asserting his full recovery and) over administration foreign policy
competence for full resumption ornas just oegun.
his normal duties."
White agreed with questioners
that the department issued the
statement to cool hot rumors
Dulles shortly would resign.
DuOei has been under hot. fire
in the aftermath of the Hungarian
and Middle East crises compar comparable
able comparable to the barrage of adverse
criticism against Agriculture Sec-
US May Give Aid
To Countries Hit
By Suez Crisis
NEW YORK, Dec. (UP -Vlr
President Richard M. Nixon
hinted last night that the United
States is considering giving nnan nnan-cial
cial nnan-cial aid to Britain and other West Western
ern Western European nations whose eco economics
nomics economics have been weakened by
the Middle East crisis.
In a major policy speech, Nixon
said it is vital to the cause of
freedom for the U.S. to relieve the
financial plight stemming from
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
Nasser's seizure of the Suez Canal
and subsequent developments in
the Middle East,
The Vice President did not spe specifically
cifically specifically say the other Western Na Na-t'ons
t'ons Na-t'ons would receive aid, but he in indicated
dicated indicated the administration may be
re.rJy to help those countries eco eco-nom'cally
nom'cally eco-nom'cally hit by the Middle East
I believe it is la our Interest as
wc'l as others to assist them in
t'-'s hour of difficulty," Nixon said.
' -d I am confident that there
1 be strong bipartisan support
u the Congress for granting such!
Nixon spoke here at the Annua
National Automobile Association
He also said that in crushing the
Hungarian revolt the Communists
have in the process lost the War
for domination of the world which
they are trying frantically to Witt,
To Start New War
LONDON. Dec. 8 ftJIM Th
chief of the Soviet General Staff II
charged todav that "imnpriahuts" I
in Britain, France and the United
aiaies are trying to start World
War Three. V
Foreign policy was a too issue
in the presidential campaign. It
evidently is the Democratic pur purpose
pose purpose to press it hard after Con Congress
gress Congress convenes. The word in Wash Washington
ington Washington is there will be prolonged
congressional inquiry into the for foreign
eign foreign policies of the Eisenhower ad administration.
ministration. administration. Sen, Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn)
probably had that partly in mind
when he announced he would seek
membership on the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee. Membership
on the Senate committee would
give Kefauver a front row seat at
the expected inquiry and a good
sounding board for further na
tionally publicized comment.
Prediction of another four cabi cabinet
net cabinet years for Dulles might be
challenged on grounds of age. The
secretary will be 69 years old next
Feb. 25 and would be within weeks
of his 73rd birthday when Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's second term ends in
Modern transportation has
enabled Dulles to indulge a liking
ior iraver ana exnausung personal
diplomacy. He will leave Saturday
for a critical North Atlantic
Treaty Council meeting which con
venes in Paris Dec. 11. The North
Atlantic Treaty Organization
(NATO) has been falling apart.
That, at least, is the judgment of
some U.S. officials who are in a
position to know.
Dulles Is represented now, how
ever, as being confident that the
NATO situation will be greatly im improved
proved improved by the time he reaches
As Negroes Say Bias
ATLANTA. Dec. I (UP) Ne
gro attorneys sought unsuccessful
ly today to disqualify Superior
Judge Durwood T. Pye from hear
ing a contempt case against six
NAACP officials because of what
they called his "exnressed preju prejudices"
dices" prejudices" against the Negro face.
In a booming voice, Pye said
he was "amazed" to hear the mo
tion and promptly over-ruled it
The judge, an appointee last year
of Gov. Marvin Griffin, said the
contempt hearing is "just another
tax case" and that he did not re recall
call recall ever having denounced the
Before his appointment to the
court, Pye was executive secre secretary
tary secretary of the Georgia Education
Commissiin, which sponsored
school segregation bills in the Legislature.
The NAACP officials went be
fore the judge today for allegedly
failing to abide by a court order
to turn financial records over to
state agents for tax purposes
The motion to disqualify was
based on what NAACP attorneys
termed Pye s "repeated denuncia
tion" of tht Negro race and par
ticularly the five dfendants. One
of the six, attorney D. L. Hollo-
well, was granted a delay.
Pye replied that "the court
could not look at itself in the mir
ror in the morning when it shaves
itself to see if it had prejudices"
in the case. He said the State Su
preme Court has ruled that a pre
siding oiiicer may hold personal
Pye denied any prejudice
against Negroes but said the
court holds "strong views on the
identity of the races.. .and i i
agamst mongrehzation of the ra
"But these matters are not in
volved," said Pye. "As far as
this hearing is concerned, it is just
a tax case.
Pickup 3rd pgh: The fin
Brazilian Natives May Worship It,
But ir Force Says Missile Missing
WASHINGTON, Dee. 8 (UP)
A guided intercontinental mis missile
sile missile that escaped control after
being fired from Florida was re reported
ported reported missing today, possibly
in the Brazilian jungles.
Air Force officials said the
See-mile aa hour missile
named the Snark and design designed
ed designed as a nuclear weapon pre presumably
sumably presumably d d not carry a war warhead
head warhead of any kind.
Th missincr Snark fact.
fired Wednesday from the inint.
Defense Department-Air Force
test center at Patrick Air Force
Base at cocoa, Fla.
The Defense nnart,mnt Is
sued a brief statement shnrrlv
before midnight last night an
nouncing mat ine missile es
caped from control at its "sched "scheduled
uled "scheduled turn-around point and pro pro-)
) pro-) ceedd o a destination yet un
"We dont know where It is,"
a Pentagon spokesman said.
He said he could not eon eon-firm
firm eon-firm or deny published reports
that the Snark was seen
flashing over the Brazilian
Jnnrtet t.eee m'les from Ha
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in the ocean or some remote
land area and Brazil was a good
Brazilian diplomats here said
they had heard nothing about
the missing snark.
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; NEW YORK, Dec. (UP) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities sought remntnts of explo-l
: sives today to determine If tons of I
detonating fuses stored on
j Brooklyn pier caused the $15 mil-!
Ilion blast Monday wnicn Kiuea in
Fire Commissioner Edward F.
Cavanagh Jr. said a waterlogged
bill of lading found Wednesday
i showed 1,95 i cartons con taming
j 37,000 pounds of cordeau, an ex
plosive, naa oeen uu uie vi.
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high explosive core of tha fuses,
pentaery thritetetra nitrate
lPXN). might have caused the
A Hiter .was to search the wa
ters. 'of New York Bay surround-
ing toe wrecitea pier
evidence of the explosives.
The detonating fuses, described
as the type used in commercial
blasting, had been on the pier
since Nov, 28. The cargo was en
oute from the Ensign Bickiord
V nf Simshurv. Conn., to the
Coast Manufacturing & Supply' Co.
of Trfcverijo, Calif.
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MRS DOROTHY THORNTON HONORED BY FAREWELL PARTY
GIVEN BY OFFICIALS, VOLUNTEERS OF RED CROSS
Officials and volunteer workers of the Canal Zone Counter of the American Red Cross
heft a farewell party yesterday momlnr for Mrs. Dorothy Thornton, who has resigned as
Eil? to the chapter house on GalUard Highway In Ancon.
Mrs. Thornton has served ior
fv. mailt, five vears as Adminis
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the "Pacific aide qfflce of the Red
Crosa, m addition, Bhe has de devoted
voted devoted more than ten years of
service In the volunteer services
Of the Red Cross.
She will be succeeded in her
post -at the Pacific side chapter
house by Mrs. Thelma Monagan
who has served for the past two
years as chairman of the Red
Cross Volunteer Services,
Mr. and Mrs. Sulley
Will Leave For States
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sulley
and their son Scott will leave
this month for Washington, D.C.
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NIA COMPA-NIA "L1CORERA DE PANAMA, S. A con con-voked
voked con-voked t 2:00 p.m., on December 19th,
1956, at fiie main offices of the Company in
Aeuila Bolivar, Panama, for the following
(a) To authorize the Board of Directors to
dispose o? real estate owned by the
To adopt new charter and new bylaws.
Mr. Sulley, a member of the
staff of 'Hie General Counsel's
Office, has been appointed As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary of the Panama
The Sulleys have been here
for three years, and have made
many friends on the isthmus.
And Mrs. Boyd
Back From Washington
The Minister of Foreign Af
fairs and Mrs. AqulUno Boyd re returned
turned returned last week from Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, DC.
The Inter-American Women's
Club will hold their Christmas
Brunch next Wednesday at' 10
a.m. at the Panama Golf Club.
Each member Is j
To Clarify Rulings;
Bus Riding Is Slake
WASHINGTON, Dec. (UP) -Montgomery,
Ala., has asked the
U.S. Supreme Court to clarify its
Nov. 12 ruling striking down racial
segregation on the city's buses.
The Board of Commissioners
and Chief of Police. Goodwin J.
Ruppenthal yesterday told t he
court they are in. doubt as to the
exact meaning of the decisign.
The court issued only a brief
order upholding a special three -judge
panel in Montgomery which
held that the bus segregation re requirements
quirements requirements of both the city and
the state are unconstitutional.
In its new petition, the eity
called for", full arguments on the
merits of the case SO all inter interests
ests interests concerned will know exactly
where they stand.
It skid city authorities are not
sure whether the decision applies
only to Montgomery buses or to
all forms of public transportation
in the city.
The petition also said the court
did not make clear whether it was
specifically overruling the "separ "separate
ate "separate but equal" doctrine laid down
in 1896 for settlement of such race
The Alabama Public Service
Commission filed a reconsidera reconsideration
tion reconsideration petition in the same case
Tuesday. The, court may act on
the two petitions next Monday.
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cessor successor Mrs. David Ramsey. Others shown here are outgoing officers Mrs. James Lovelace, vice president. Mrs. Wlllard Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, treasurer, -and Mrs. Spurgeon Messner, secretary. Incoming officers are Mrs. Claude Cooper, vice president, Mrs.
John White, treasurer and Mrs. James Hughes acting secreta ry. Mrs. Peter Peca, honorary president, Is shown at far right.
Reservations may be made by
callmg club headquarters. A
arfl meeting at s ajn, win pre
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December 4. 19S6.
Yanks, Britons Swim
(In Birthday Suits)
In Post-Olympic Ball
The newspaper called it an at the hotel and the athletes
orgy. Poace supt. J. u. wc i moved to the beach.
One complaint to ponce said in
American sounded the beach
shark alarm and woke up every everyone
one everyone in the area.
Auley said the athletes "were just).
Betting rid of a little surplus
energy." He reported there was
no serious property damage.
The athletes, who had competed
in the Olympic games in Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, met here last night in the
SYDNEY, Australia. Dec. 8 traditional nost-olvmnic Anelo-
(UP) American and British American track meet. Police said
athletes had a. pre-dawn party they did not know how the dis dis-today.
today. dis-today. But whether it was an tuibance started, but one report
"orgy," Hi nude swimming parry i said the Americans tried to
or just some athletes letting off "raid" the British team's hotel
steam apparently depended on after the meet.
who was doing the reporting.
Police and American consular
officials admitted that members IT
of the visiting track and field AKPriN hhin : rUP Bar-:
teams had swum nude at Syd-;bers representing 245 shops in
newy s suburban toogee beacbf!this city anfl neighboring Cuya Cuya-Otficials
Otficials Cuya-Otficials denied, however, a news-:noga Falls have banned "lewd
paper s report that attempts were; and suggestive' calendars and
made to overturn a taxi, tear up j magazines irom their establjsh establjsh-signs
signs establjsh-signs and bundles of newspapers. ments.
The manager of the Coogee By
Hotel denied there had been any
wild party on the premises. AsVd
about his wrecked fence, he said:
"Well. I don't know. It has bpen
A police sergeant said residents! Very shaky for some time. It
complained and the athletes re-j could have fallen over during tht
turned to their hotels when asked1 night."
Police halted the tale of liquor
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KnioT Christina Partv
I A cwsimas party nignngniea
trie ucuviues at the Fort ciay
ton Officer's Wives Club regular
justness and luncheon meeting
Wednesday at the Fort Clayton
New olfleers lor the club were
lected and installed. Mrs. Da-
m& Rwftaew replaced Mrs. J. B.
ivasnournj as prenaem; Mrs.
Claude Cooper became vice-pres-
dent la place of Mrs. Jamee
joveiacei Mrs. jonn wnwe re replaced
placed replaced Mr, wfflard Seymour as
and Mrs. Roy Strom
tary, replacing Mrs.
es were decorated in
motif and eifts
vere exchanged between the
Trie ciur wm participate in a
areww tea to be held at tne
l)rt amador Officers Club on
c. if for Mrs. William K.
iarrUoh. Since the Fort Clay-
on Officer's Wives Club will be
n charge of the table decora decora-ions
ions decora-ions W the tea, Mrs. Gilbert
Ish was appointed as chair chair-nan,
nan, chair-nan, f .
other business conducted at
he meeting included a decision
o donate to Boy and Girl Scout
troops, and Cub and Brownie or-
anizations, of Fort Clayton.
Hostesses at the luncheon m-
luded Mrs WlUard Seymour,
its. Russell Heckinger, and Mrs.
ames Hughes. Guests included
drs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. V. Mess Messier,
ier, Messier, Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. John
'ompton, Mrs. Henry chisholm,
Ars. John Garrity, Mrs. W. T.
Bailey, Mrs. -Thomas Barfield,
nd Mrs. Stella Earl.
Door prizes were won by Mrs.
If you have an evening date
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onder If you think enough of
to look your best
f Frank Wilson, Mrs. Gilbert Fish,
Mrs. John Arthur, Mrs. Kenneth
COUins, Mrs. james wjveiace,
Mrs. sanford Coffin, and Mrs.
Cristobal Emblem Club
Meets At Elk's Heme
The Cristobal Emblem Cfub
No. 52, held their regular busir
ness meeting Tuesday evening
at the Elk's Home In Brazos
Heights with Mrs. Dotha cough cough-e
e cough-e ;r presiding. The white ele elephants
phants elephants were won by Virginia
Russon and Betty Merry, char charlotte
lotte charlotte Tully's name' was drawn
for the "come and get it," but
she was not present to collect
Elma Schiebe, Elaine Heyd,
Betty Fears, Glenna Smith and
Betty Merry were initiated and
welcomed into the club.
Others in attendance included
Mary Livingston, Dorothy La-
Crolx, Jeanne Bensen, Dotna
Cousther. Midge Larrison. Fanny
Kaplan, Gertrude Allgaier, Mil Millie
lie Millie Reccla, Alberta Roth, Jane
Huldtquist, Selma Wanio, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Russon, Geraldine Celluc Celluc-ct,
ct, Celluc-ct, Billle Crump, Marium White,
Gwen DeTore, Faye Day, Jean
VanderHeyden, Ida McDade,
Evelyn Koflerski. Jay Cain, Hil-
dreth Turner, Mary Nell San
ders, Tessie Lowe and Vera Fa-gerberg.
xne installation or tne new
officers elected will be held Jan.
19 and will be followed by a
dinner-dance. Reservations may
be made by calling Mrs. Fanny
Kaplan, Coco Solo 340.
The following officers will be
installed: Virginia Russon, nres
ident: Dotha Cougher. Jr. past
president; Midge Larrison, vice
president; Mary Livingston, n
nancial secretary; Gertrude' All Allgaier,
gaier, Allgaier, treasurer; Jeanne Bensen,
recording secretary; Gwen De
Tore, corresponding secretary;
Fanny Kaplan, 3-year trustee;
Jane Huldtquist, 2-year trustee;
Helen Morrison, 1-year trustee:
Dorothy LaCroix, marshall; Mil-
area Turner, assistant marshall
Selma Wanio, chaplain; Ida Mc
Dade, press correspondent: BU
lie Crump, historian: Alice
Smith, first guard; Tessie Lowe,
At Gorgas Hospital
The Red Cross Recreation
Room at Gorgas Hospital was
ithe scene of a good old fashion fashioned
ed fashioned hoe-down on Tuesday. Mem Members
bers Members of the "Star In A Circle"
square dance group demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated and taught the dances to the
patients who were able, to par participate.
ticipate. participate. Of course, no two states
in the Union square dance in
the same way, which made for
interesting comments from the
The group under the able
leadership of Bob Siefer was
composed of Nita and lay Ro-
NEW RK, Dec. T (UP) i The blast against irudent ertt
An increasingly critical attitude cisms offered onlv a small elimoa
among Russian university students of e ferment which since the
seems to be giving the Soviet gov- downgrading of Stalin has- been
eminent something new to worry playing an important part in snap snapshoot
shoot snapshoot ing public opinion."
The students started asking! 1e ferment, the dispateh said,
questions about the policies of both included the asking of "daring
government and Communist Party; questions on politics, art and eco-
icaaera axver nmii a. anrusn- nomics.
chev started the downgrading of
Now, it appears, the students
are asking some embarrassing
questions about the revolts in Po Poland
land Poland and Hungary and the grow growing
ing growing movement among the Russian
satellites for independent Commu Communist
nist Communist rule.
On Monday, In the newspaper
Korasomolskaya Pravda, official
organ of the Communist Youth
League, stated that the students
are carrying their criticism too
The newsnaner comolained of
"misunderstanding" in connection
with Stalin's downgrading and the
liberalization of the Soviet dicta dictatorship
torship dictatorship which resulted from it.
Some students, the newspaper
said, were "attempting to nullify
the unquestionable schievements
of Soviet culture."
A United Press Moscow dis dispatch
patch dispatch commented:
It had been reported previously
that students at Moscow Univer-
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about the Hungarian revolt on the
walls of their building.
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Another report said that an en entire
tire entire class walked out of a leotur.
at the University of Leningrad
after fading to get satisfactory an answers
swers answers to their questions about the
Other dispatches have reported
an lncreasuM tendency imnm
dulge la independent thinking
about Communist ideology, and to
seek more information about what
is happening not only in satellite
Eastern Europe but in the world
There are indications that Soviet
authorities are planning to impose
stricter drscinline over university
students and other young people
in an attempt to get them back
in the desired frame of mind.
Whether thev will snrmd i
questionable. Independent thought.
m a country use Kussia is dan-
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Russian youth in general to in-ilt is hard to stop.
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Mrs. r. c. McDanlel
The regular meeting of Cr's
tobal counpfl No. 1680 of thi
Knishts of Columbus will h
held on Tuesday, at 7:30 o,m. a
the Kntehts' homp In Utaranr
it. At this meeting the pound
Will hold th Exemnlification o
tne 2nd negree of the order and
all eligible m umbers are urreii
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tne Columbus CHuh will be ore
sented for aonroval to inc'ud
revved rhsmbrsMo In the club
Tne couflcll will hold a Cor
norate Conmi'inion on Sunday
Dec. 9 at 'the 9 a.m. ms a tbj
Coco Solo ChaeLBreaMst w'l
oe served after maf at th
Knights' herrts' with Father Bn
zek. Navy chaplain, as guea
speaker. All membera are. re
quested to at .end
Canal Zone Coin
Club WHI Meet
A meeting of the canal zon
Coin Club will be held In to
Margarita ClObbous tomorroi
at 7:30 p.m .and all membei
are urged to attend:
Visitors are always
and anyone desirous
About a couecto
climbing the ladder of mercha
But .t night he wdrked twice
hard with alcoholics, and win
the time came to make a choid
Tracy once mre ,gave up
"It was clear to me that
rood Lord had liven me hack rl
life for a good oarpose," he sa
"I found I could help the peoi!
wno irdn't found hey, any pia
else. Obviously1, I was just aa
strument. a tool, and I finured
I didnt' do the job He wanted r
to do, He would soon find son
It fe Tracy's belief that aid
' olism is not due to a physical q
feet but rather is a human vi
that can be cured by proper
plication of mind and will.
"Alcohol never put me on 1
Bowery," Tracy teaches, j
cracked up because of defects
character, dejects in my reas
ad my win. Alcohol was only j
cir I -rods down in."
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Kleiner Plays 20 Questions With Elvis
Answers Hard To Get From Fort Knox With Sideburt
Have To Take Word Of Tom Diskin, His Soht-Pelm
ly DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK fNEA) -Have you
ever wondered about Elvis Pres Presley?
ley? Presley? Wondered about, for exam example
ple example the kind of girl be wants to
marry or bow many cart he real really
ly really own or what he thinks of his
If you have, you are not alone.
But the answers to your wonder wondering!
ing! wondering! are not easily obtainable. El Elvis
vis Elvis is like Fort- Knox with side sideburns.
burns. sideburns. You have to write letters
and make phone calls and go
through channels and when you
finally get there, you find yourself
in earnest correspondence with a
man named Tom Diskin.
Tom' Diskin, according to RCA,
fa as close to Elvis Presley as a
man can be, unless he's a guitar,
Tom Parker, who is very close to
Tom Diskin, who is, etc. So when
you're talking to Tom Diskin, you
are like in -the anteroom of Hea Heaven.
ven. Heaven. Weld prepared 20 questions for
Elvis and sent them along. Baek
came a long answer from Diskin
and, you could almost see the sta stationery
tionery stationery quiver1:
"It is almost as difficult for us
to find the time needed to obtain
this Information directly from El-
How to make the
vis," the letter began, "as it would
be to fly to the moon.''
Actually, flying to th moon
may some,day be possible.
"This may seem a little ex
treme," Diskin continues, modest
ly, but the pressure that we re receive
ceive receive .;. from newspapers, maga magazines,
zines, magazines, charitable organizations,
letters,, bookers, agents, music
writers, movie producers, story
writers, promoters record ,makr
ers and a thousand sources, t ; '.
hqs been tremendous and Almost
"As an alternative I caganly
suggest that, being as close' as I
am to Elvis when we are appear appearing
ing appearing on an engagement. I wiu in intend
tend intend to answer these questions as
I feel certain he might answer
And that seems like a pretty
fair arrangement. After allwhat
can you get from Patience"' that
you can't get from Prudence?
So, herewith, let's play 20 ques
tions wun cms rresiey ana nis
fight-pelvis man, Tom Diskiiv
1. To what do you attribute
your great success.-
A. Elvis sincerely believes that
&H things come frpm God, mclud
lng the means by which hiiv, sue
cess nas oeen oDialned. Wf can
give no other explanation for the
success he ha enjoyed.
1 What do you mink about
A.While Elvis is singing e is
simply having -tt good time much
. a i. football player while he is
runninc daesn'Lthink of much else
but making a touchdown if he can.
He sings p$aag the way a musi musi-cLan;jdjkifo4
cLan;jdjkifo4 musi-cLan;jdjkifo4 ad 8b c h o r u s
would. perform Spontaneously.
. 3: Ypu arena) ir a pretty
extravaant parsons. (Jo you feel
;xob trr1i?-' ;
A. Elvis does" not consider him
self an extravagant person and it
tie sniu mm ur is oniy exira-
I vacant m th3RUer of cart:-He blue limousine
rW,carafripch the same way MftsefJcptoia, a Harley David-
ELVIS WITH FRIEND BARBARA HEARN IN MEMPHIS:
''On a data he likes to talk about records
or movies or Just plain kidding around. ."
son motorcycle. That fa the extent
Of his cats in the past year.
. How many sports shirts do
A. Quite a few
7. Do you feel your bodily
movements are import; nt to
-you singing style?
A. Any motions Elvis makes are
purely spontaneous- and not a part
of a pattern of movement. Singing
and moving are essential to each
I. If to, why?
a. rias anyone ever seen a
rhythm tune sung by a person who
is absolutely immobile?
riPTff MiM T'D mid hi niT nr TrvnrD".
"The hlghspot in his career. . Above ail else the
greatest challenge is to become a great actor."
A. Just like the kind of girl that
married dear old dad.
13. Ami when do you plan to
A. He has no plans for mar marriage.
riage. marriage. He is fully occupied with
14, Do you Ilk the Hfe you
lead the traveling, thj crowds,
tho fans or do you ever wish
you were just another guy back
A. Yes, he likes the traveling,
the personal appearances, the
crowds and the fans. He likes peo
ple. He is also evry, very fond of
home and,ismost anxious -ttk...r$-
luui i m vuunKiiui 01 a wur.
15. What do-you consider tho
high spot of your career so far?
A. The high snot in his. career
would be the making of the mo motion
tion motion picture "Love Me Tender." A A-bove
bove A-bove all else the greatest c h a 1 1-lenge
lenge 1-lenge to Elvis is to become a great
actor. He recognizes the quality"
needed to be an outstanding actor
and works hard at trying to ap approach
proach approach these standards.
14. And the low spot?
A. The low spot in Elvis' career
might be the personal criticism he
or his family or close friends are
sometimes subjected to. Ho recog
nizes the right of any writer to
call their shots as they sea then
regarding his performance put he
feels that any person's personal
characteristic should not be expos exposed
ed exposed to attack or unreasonable criti-
I cism. He is particularly sensitive
when teenagers are- subjected to
vicious criticism by the critics
merely because they are fans of
Elvis Presley. As he said in re recent
cent recent press conference. "U be
thought for one minute he was
misleading teen-agers he would go
back tbdriving a truck."
17. Does the criticism of you
in some of tho papers bother
you? Why? (or not?)
A. Note the previous answer.
And 1 reiterate that he recognizes
the fight of a reVieWer or writer
to call th shots as he sees them.
He doesn't believe that they
snouia, nowever, resort to vicious vicious-ness
ness vicious-ness or half-rutht-or Innuendos.
It Do y ou think rock-and-roll
.music Is harmful for kids
Ta (or not?)
A. Note the answer in number
16. Has there ever been any music
in itself that could be called harm harmful?
ful? harmful? 1. What is your greatest am ambition?
bition? ambition? A. His greatest ambition is to be
a gTeat actor capable of handling
strong dramatic roles.
20. What is your greatest
A. Elvis' greatest fear, as for all
of us, is lor the welfare
mother and father.
Now you know. So tonight 'ym
can dream about Elvis- fmmm
and his fre-car-ud-stt-motoMg
cle garag. -5 tj
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Our stock of
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4, Are you saving any rnon
A. Elvis' Business- 'affairs are
closely supervised by his personal
manager. Col. Tom Parker, who
Las helped, many other artists ar arrive
rive arrive at a very sound financial po
5. There have boon many sto stories
ries stories about the cars you own. Ex Exactly
actly Exactly how many cars do you
own now and how many have
ou had in tho past year?
A. Elvis owns a Lincoln, ,Mrk
, a white Cadillac convertible, a
Bake that ham with French 'a
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Prepare smoked ham your usual
way. Remove from oven 20 minutes
before serving; score fat, stud
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9. Your name Is cohtiually be being
ing being linked with girls in the col columns.
umns. columns. How do you feel about
your private life becoming so
"A. Eiytajts irwaaa -that success
UuaJits. price which R this case is
beuif deprived of one s own pnva-
m, 'iwio an extent individuality.
v. nmw t ,,vn 1 1 1 w 1 1 t uiita uw.
I t 1..
you nave in an average ween
A. There is no such thing as an
average week in th life of blvis
ii. What's your Idea of a g
date? In other words, what kii
of a girl do you like?
A. Elvis does not like snobs
likes down-to-earth girls and when
on a date likes to talk about rec
ords or movies or just plain kid
ding around the way young people
like to do.
12. What kind of a girl would
you like to mary?
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Palmer Goes Against 1 racks Best in feature
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Polemon Top Contender
In $1000 Mile Gallop
I The Stud Electrico's highly rated Palmer will
get his stiff est local test to date when he goes against
leading track championship candidate Polemon and
six other topnotchers in the featured $1000 one-mile
ninth race this afternoon at the President Remon
w Bit' i-
nsvaMn de Leon will be aboard
Speedy Gonetino, stout hearted
Erie,' consistent Melendes, improv,
dAlhajar, Town's Wall and Pa
quit are the others scheduled to
compete in the main event.
Pilmer, making his first start
mate his impressive victory in the
Flr- Department's Classic Nov.
28, M the probable mutuels favor favorite
ite favorite He is exoected to Ket plenty
Lr fttwroetitinn both on the tote
Board and in the actual race from
Bin Aeuirre wilt ride Palmer
with 112 pounds while top-weight
ed Polemon. under 124 pounds;
will Have Ruben Vasduez in the
saddle. Vasquez replaces Abundio
Verar who rode the Stud Valen,.
tind star last week when he wound
un strong finishing filth
Lightweightcd Alhajar, which
barely missed by a head against
Gonetino in seven furlongs, could
ate make it this time. Gilberto
Vascmez will again ride Jose Mai
tiieri's hoDe under the feather of
Fernando Alvarez, as usual, willj
guide Gonetino. The distance
seems too much a handicap for
the Luis H. Farrugia trained star.
lit Rica 6th Strict Imp. 7 Fat.
Punt $400.00 Pool Clem 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
4 M. Mason
Town's Wall, Braulio Baeza will
handle Paauiro's reins, uuuiermo
Sanchez will ride Eric and Fran
cisco Gatica will do the booting on
me secondary auracuun is icartillero
$750 seven furlong sprint for Sec J2picudo
ona series lmponeu in""B"ui'ai3suntonner
in which JS1KO, upuiento, piane
mere, Tony, Kadir and Embassy
will match strides.
Eight other races complete the
R. Vasaquez US
G. Vasquez 1Q0
B. Baeza 108
F. Gatica 103
A. Ycaza 115
J. Gdngora 110
O. de Leon 104
A. Vasquez 115
4 Moon Beam
1 Grimilda Merry Mason
2 Picudo Mezereum
3 Takeaway Portal
4 TineIa Sollto
5 Radical Rab'hlanco
6 Coral Vedette
7 Opulento Blakemere
8 Khgreida que Lindo
9 ufalmer Alhajar
10-Jlensin ton Pappa Flynn
To Bold Pacific CC
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Dec
fUP) Pacific Coast Conference
faculty representatives today
wound un a four-day meeting in
which UCLA's threats to boltt he 3xinela
conference scared no one ana as 4sollto
2nd Rate 4ta Series Imp 1 MH
Punt $600.00 Pool Closti 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
B. Baeza 105
C. Ruiz 118
F. Alvarez 105
G. Vasque 100X
H. Ruiz 115
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Punt $300.00 Pool Cloti 1:45
1 Ika B. Aaiulrre 122
2-Marcellta R. Vasquez 110
3 La Guararena D. cortez ns
4 Portal G. Sanchez 115
5 Takeaway B. Baeza uz
4th Rita "HIA" Nafivn 6 Ft.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
5 La Pampanlni
a rosiiit annarentlv fizzled.
It was expected to be a crucial
PCC meeting in the wake of the
UCLA threats but the session was
devoted mainly to routine business.
The representatiyes paid no con con-ccr
ccr con-ccr n to UCLA's dissatisfaction
over having been slapped with
stiff penalties for illegal financial
,iH tn athletes. In fact, the UCLA
not only Iizz'ea dui me. 6th Race 5th series imp.
S. Carvajal 118
F. Hidalgo, 108
F. Gatica 112
R. Vasquez 114
5th Race "B & C" Native 5 Fas.
Pur $350.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Daniel R. G6mez 104
2 Radical A. Vasquez 118
3 Rabiblanco B. Baeza 112
4 Nacho F. Sanchez 97x
ten Nightly Iron
1:21 (Hack Jack)
IF Crap Ttbla
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oViAni's chancellor. Raymond o.
A"en, asswed representatives tMt
UCLA would cooperate in any fu future
ture future investigations into athletic
Battle For First
Place In American
Hockey Loop Sizzles
YORK, Dec. 7 (Uf)
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Pool Closes 3:35
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FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 S. Girl
A. Gonzalez 110
R. Vasouez 115
H. Ruiz 112
G. Montero 10)x
F. Hidalgo 1 15
G. Vasquez 105x
F. Alvarez 112
7h Raet Ini Strits Imp. 7 Firs.
Puroe S7!0.00 Pool Clow 4-05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
ft riPti?aiea rruviuentc, u-
- i .1. J.1 .1.. rinmn
3 in Wednesaay n:"m s um -to
move into a first place tie with
the Reds. Hershe; and Cleveland
remain two and three points be behind
hind behind the leaders.
The Bisons scored five times in
the first two periods and then sur survived
vived survived a late rally that saw Provi Provi-three
three Provi-three goals in the fi-
nal stanza. Larry Wilson, with two
vi.iK c the scoring star for
O. de Le(Sn 10
F. Alvnrez 115
G. Pti',hez UR
H. Ruiz 108
J. Phlllins 115
R. Vasquez 110
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Punt $275.00 Pool Closes 4:40
F. Gnnv 113
O. T,efin im
V. Brown 113
G. vsonez lft,x
F. H'alfro V
P nnpvr, 109,
K .Flores 112
DUMMY DRILL Ollie Matson takes the ball as the Chicago Cardinals go through a dummy
drill session at Comiskey Park. The fonrverOlympic athlete is one of the outstanding all-round
backs, unequalled as a punt return man. To beat Cards, this speed boy has to be contained.
Through the downfall of
Wright Bros, who lost lour
points, It enabled Agencia nam
and the Police Assn. to move in into
to into a tie for first place. Kam took
three points from Powells and
the Police cleaned but Buuer ior
four nolnts. Rudy's 552 led Kam,
followed by Rlnehart's 550 series,
which took Class B nonors tnis
week. Eder led Powell's with a
507. In the police-Butler game
mm a BAA oArUfl' tttot' rnlloH
umy uiie uuv scuoo wcu wv.
Guest's 517. but the Cods seemed
to be lust one lump aneaa or me
Butler boys to win four points
to co-star with Kam ior ine
The Aces took three nolnts. to
clinch fourth rjlace for this hall
Stilson led the Aces with a 533
series while Spinney and Plo Plo-trowskl
trowskl Plo-trowskl followed' with a 512
each. St. John's 643 was high
for Wright Bros.
Casa Yohros moved from last
place into fifth when they took
the Navy four three points. Led
by Hogan with a 578 and Oes-
terle with 565 Yohros rolled a
963 scratch single game and a
2623 series. These totals when
added with their handicap gives
them high single game ana sec second
ond second high series so far this sea season,
son, season, cannon led the Navy with
a 537 series.
Buffalo. Lou Jankowski, Chuck t,", jindo
Blair and Sam Bettio accounted 8E1 Pasha
for the other Bison scores.
Providence goals were counter- oth Rare & 2nd Series Imp. I'M.
ed by Paul Larivee, Camilla Hen- pur,e $1000. "-l Clem 5:15
ry and Ron Murphy
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P. Voouew 14
F 'varez H4
O. Vawiposj PPx
5-Town's Wall O. de Leon 104
Panuiro B. Baeza 102
7 Eric G. Sanchez 114
8 Mel6ndez F. Gatica 108
1 0th Raca 3rd Strits Imp. 6 Ftw
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Kenslnston A. Vasquez 118
2 P. Flynn R. Vawiuez 1?
3 Trlrreme B. Baeza 106
4 (Plateado C. Ruiz 115
5 (Weima Jimmey Alvarez 112
Police Assn 31 21
Agencia Kam 31 21
Wright Aces 30 22
Aces 29 23
Casa Yohros 23 29
Butler 22 30
Naval station 21 31
Powells 21 31
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Stewart 166- 3
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NAKED REVERSE Jimmy
Thompson of Georgia Tech
couldn't keep, his shirt-' on
against Alabama he was too
-busy scampering 48 yards for
a touchdown. Shirt was ripped
vff him by would-be tackier.
RESENTMENT about Navy's
turn-down of the Cotton Bowl is
only a symptom of the trouble
brewing in the athletic setup at
Annapolis ... Eddie Erdelataz has
never gotten used to being com
pletely snut out on scneduiing and
other football decisions ...
Rumor: that one assistant pro
fessional coach makes more than
the head man ... and as a matter
of fact is delegated more responsibility.
The idea of a Players' Union in
the National Football League
didn't pop, up overnight ... the
gridders first huddled on.it in 1954
... and got themselves a repre representative,
sentative, representative, Creiehton Miller. The
Notre Dame All-A merica who
j: j a i i
uon i Decome a pro nimseu ...on ...only
ly ...only because he had a chance to go
to nw scnooi ana coach at Yale..
It was Miller who sold Arthur Mc
Bride, the original Cleveland own
er, on Paul Brown as a coach.:.
ims may be Eddie LeBaron's
last year with the Redskins ... if
his law school studies at George
naMuugion get too neavy
The week after he retired last
sprng, Rocky Marciano bumped
uiwj us u Amato ... "is tnis fight fighter
er fighter of yours," asked The Rock, 'the
right kind of a guy?' ... "He Is,"
said Cus ... "Then I hope you and
Patterson make it. You encourae
ed me and Allie Columbo when we
nrst came to New York and knew
nobody. I'll never forget that."
P. S. He picked Moore ....
Chicago scuttlebutt: You'll find
old Doc Kearns taking over more
and more of the Archie Moore
management, squeezing out Char Char-ley
ley Char-ley Johnston ...
Sam Baker, whose toe parked
up the Redskins' run for a division
title, had to be talked into the kick kicking
ing kicking job ... when the idea of becom becoming
ing becoming a specialist was first broached
to the-big .fullback on his return
from a Canadian football tino h
uh-uhed, "Heck ho, Coach. Last
time I was with Oils club, you had
a place-kicker who missed a
couple .... And he was fired." ....
Now that Sal Maelie has arlnntcri
a little boy. asks Tom Mesnv will
he be known as the Little Shaver?
A year ago Abe Gibron was aek
nowledged the best offensive guard
in football ... in mid-season. Paul
Brown and his team were review
ing game films ... "Gibron," he
turned to the veteran blocker.
'you look like an old lady in there.'
E gKini mWW
Brown,',' retorted his all pro,
lets see you play guard ... and
IUVcoach." ... next day he was
sent packing and pieked up by
the Philadelphia Eagles- at least,
that s the way the story goes ...
Dave Bourland would have been
running the Army football team a
lot sooner... if a Red Blaik assist,
ant, since departed, hadn't insist insisted
ed insisted to the Colonel that the kit
couldn't pity' defense ...
ON CUS Giants" Willie Mays
keeps his eye in shape with a
round of pool white watting for
baseball season to come around
again and a chance to get back
in the limelight taken away from
him by Mickey Mantle last year.
Kentucky would seem to be
anticipe'-d with Ray Mills
wearing a football helmet, face
guard attached. But the wx wx-foot
foot wx-foot fcttr-ineh forward. is only
protecting a fractured jaw.
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The hottest team in foothill thm
New York Giants, doesn't draw as
consistently well as the cold, last
place Los Angeles Rams ... al
though operating in a eitv, r.uHo
as large ... you can trace it to one
of the poorest promotional setups
in big league sports ... commenta commentary:
ry: commentary: the half-time enfcertaujment of
me wusmngion game was provid provided
ed provided by the visiting team's band ...
otherwise, it would hav been
some high school group ...
Backfield Coach Jerry Nerl
Staff! 'il6,,1""6 wrotos .between
Yale football seasons at the track
he's gainfully employed by Santa
Anita and Hollywood in southern
Athletic, Director Bob Kane of
Cornell, unhappy at the recruiting
oigr. tossed by an eastern independ
eiit, would be pleased to straighten
out said coach on the high aca academics
demics academics and morality of Big IRed
athletics .... :
Between you'n'nie. if Paul Hnm-
ung shouldn't make it in pro foot football,
ball, football, there are a couple of lucra lucrative
tive lucrative Hollywood offers awaiting ....
OH, DEER It appears that Peter Shepherd is missing the chance that comes Once in a
hunting lifetime. Tired of stalking his quarry in the Delaware River Valley, Shepherd curled
up for a nap in the County Deer Preserve Park at Narrowsburg, N. Y. Protected by law,.
the deer aren't worried about Shepherd's bow and arrows.
A Delicious Musical Comedy:
"THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE
On Wednesday Al The Bella Visla
nnunc u T TS7P RR FREE. 20th Centurv
Fox's new musical wMch opens on Wednesday at the BELLA
VISTA Theatre, takes you on a ptea"!0"0"? d0Tn
memory lane to the days the BIaca Bottom" was the
rage and jazi was the forerunner of today's wck ; iv roU.
Gordon MacRae, lan Dattey, Erneat Borjmine antf
SKeree Nerth fill the CtnemaSeope screen with art lag songs
i it. in. jM n. mm aaIav
ni.t. Mi.h.i r.,rtlT ha k.nt this musical
uiiMivi it ivum vt ""ar j 7
mmh at a irr nar and nothing has been spared in
in it a lavish nroduetion. THE BEST THINGS; IN MFE ARE
FREE Is definitely "Good News" for all musical eontedy fans.
Don't forget, Its playing on Wednesday at the BELLA VIS VISTA
TA VISTA Theatre.
THE SUNDAY AMERICA!
Patterson Just Walked Into DAmato's Gyrti
Mob Tried To Move ln; lf's Pattersons Turn To Be 'Greatest Ever
Manager Hired Stars
When Denied Matches
Lat tf tbrta Hpathe
y JIMMY 1RISLIN
N1W YORK (WBA) The Gra Gra-ftvmnhim
ftvmnhim Gra-ftvmnhim and Health
Cluh hasnV changed through the fighter to the heavyweight cham cham-vearS
vearS cham-vearS i pionship Respite a lot of people."
it i. on M buildine on N e wj D'Amatu charged that the Inter-
York's 14th Street, which juts into;
tnt tpaminc lower Es.st Side.
The Gr'amercy is open every day
nf rh veai. Kids hang around it.
Th walk off the street' and come1
ud two Ions flights ct stairs. Dut.r
a ring, a coapie 01 punching
and kidi like themselves looking;
to fight their way out of the Patterson was offered a Cadil Cadil-sinms
sinms Cadil-sinms and into monev form ailac, Custy says, by "people" if he
war welcoming committee. would desert the manager. When
It was like this one evening in' he heard about it, Custy "circum "circum-1949
1949 "circum-1949 Cus D'Amato, manager of vented the problem" (he talks, at
fighters who owns the Gramercy times, more like professor than
was watching a youngster, Frank a fight manager) ty going to a
Patterson, work out. Standing off friend and borrowing enough mon mon-tn
tn mon-tn nne sk'.it was another Patterson! ey to buy the biggest and flashiest
boy He was 14 and had come into
the gym alone. D'Amato walked o
ver am. said something to him.
The kid tucked his chm into his
chest and grunted.
It was in this manner that Cus
D'Amato found Floyd Patterson
who was to be the first champion
of the world he ever managed.
D'Amato schooled Patterson, en entered
tered entered bim in the amateur ranks.
As he saw what was happening in
taring, Cus began to get the
tion that this was not just an or
Only the-, smarter amateurs
went the distance with Patterson
A tough fledgling like Harold Car
ter. now c heavyweight contender,
didn't get through the first round
In 1912, Patterson went to Hel
sinki with the Olympic team. The
stories about bin. began to ham
mer the flood of track and field
news into secondary spots in pa
They also started a round of behind-the-scenes
trouble for D'Araa
to and Patterson tbat was not to
end until Floyd beat Tommy (Hur (Hurricane)
ricane) (Hurricane) Jackson last June and qua
lified for the shot at Archie Moore
and the championship.
Maninulators tried to steal Pat.
terswt from D'Amato. Everything
written about the boxing world world-its
its world-its shadowy maneuvering, tough
guys looking for a "piece" took
place around him, Cus testifies.
D'Amato was in no mood to
give in. He is a strange breed ci.
ooxing manager, mis stocky, gray
haired man of 48. Money fails to
impress him. but principle does.
Before the Moore fight, for ex-
ample, he was asked how it felt to
be stepping into the big; time chips
for the first time.
"It means I can pay all my
debts," be said. "More important
to ine is tne lact that i got my
national Boxing Club was freezing
'The fighters they have tied up
refuse to light Patterson," he yell-
D'Amato took his fighter to the
place where he could get a fight.
Cadillac on the market. He gave it
to Patterson. s (
D'Amato hired main event hea
vj weights to spar with Floyd
"They were actual fights," he
says. "I don't want to say who
the fighters were, but an awful
lot of them were carried out."
During this time, the practical
answer to any freeze-out wi he.
no-ig formed. Floyd Patterson
reaching the stage where no boy boycott
cott boycott would be effective against
mm. He was becoming a fighter
win cuuiun i De new off.
When Archie Moore went down
for the second time in Chicago
the trouble Was over. Floyd Pat
terson was champ D'Amato the
new "big" manager.
But Cus D'Amato won't change
"The Gramercj Gymnasium,"
ne says, "will remain open everv
day of the year. y
"All you have to do is walk up
two flights of stairs."
Today -Encanto .35 .20
James Whltmore in
"CRIME IN THE STREETS"
Lon Chaney in
Today MEM .25 .15
Robert Mitchum in
Toriy Dexter In
"CAPT. KIDD AND THE
Compania CYRNOS 8. A. Colon
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2 Schools of Thought, Tall Tales Go With Title
ALL OUT Phf Woolpert puts everything into his work as the San Francisco Dons extend their all-time collegiate record for con- ;
aecutive basketball victories. Coach woolpert shouts at his players and the officials, gesticulates when he does not get the proper ;
response, and applauds a good shot or a decision which meets With his approval. Team moves without Bill Russell and K. C. Jones. I
Don't Even Hiss
NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP)
The Montreal Canadiens, the top
scoring team in the National Hock Hockey
ey Hockey League, don't even miss Mau Maurice
rice Maurice (Rocket) Richard, the great greatest
est greatest scorer the game has ever
Richard, recently operated-for
bone chips in his arm, has been
out of the lineup for the past five
games, but you'd hardly notice the
difference: Since his confinement,
the Canadiens have scored, three
victories, lost one and tied one.
During the stretch they've scored
Given a good tussle by the pesky
Toronto Maple Leafs, the Canadi Canadiens
ens Canadiens finally broke loose for a pair
of second-period goals Wednesday
night end made them stand up for
a 3-1 victory.
The Victory boosted the Canadi
ens to within two points of second second-place
place second-place Detroit and four of first first-place
place first-place Boston.
Parker MacDonald's goal at
14:36 of the final period earned
the New York Rangers a 2-2 tie
with the Chicago Black Hawks in
the only other game played. The
victory gave the Rangers a two two-point
point two-point edge on fifth-place Toronto.
Larry Houdok NAIA
KANSAS CITY. Mc. Die. 7
(UP) Larry Houdek of Kansas
Wesleyan was named Wednesday
as the individual rushing and scor scoring
ing scoring champioi. in NAIA football this
Anntvsr Kansan mmrtprhack
Curtis Bennett of Sterling College,
captured the total ottense crown,
according to final statistics re released
leased released by the NAIA Service Bu
Houdek, called one of the niftiest
running backs In the history of
the Salina scttooi, scorea iv toucn toucn-downs
downs toucn-downs for a total of 114 points and
carried tne nan iw urnes ir i,o
yards. He finished with a net yard yardage
age yardage of 1,432 and a game average
im m ml. jut
111 rur 1M
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INI IANITUIE COv NEWPORT I 1 14
Hove you seen these
. -f- tWb an tf
up to date and receive a ticket and two chances of winning.
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a 7 v.' aasaaas
of 159.1, losing only 34 yards in
Bennett, participating in 310
plays, rushed for 1,204 yards and
added 962 by passing, for a total
of 2,166 and a game average of
240.7 for nine games. He averaged
6.99 ards a plav.
Bob Webb of St. Ambrose Col College
lege College at Da en port, Iowa, won the
individual passing crown; Andy
Urbanic, Bethany, W. Va., end,
the pass receiving honors, and
Tom Zaun, Idaho State at. Poca-
lisentiol to good grooming
Heother Shove lotion . moi moi-culine.
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Minyte Shave . ultimate in
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magnificent prizes in
Panamcm de Vuerza y Cuz
tello, quarterback, the punting
Webb completed 77 of 147 aeri aerials,
als, aerials, with seven interceptions. His
net yardage was 1,278, givin; him
a game average of 142.0 in nine
contests. He tossed 14 touchdown
. Urbanic snagged 36 passes for
675 yards and six touchdowns, gtv
mg him a play average of 18.8
ards and a game average of 84.1
in eight outings.
Zaun kicked 12 times for a 45.5
average and a total of 546 yards
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the window of your Electric
Wme UfAHTHll II l aMCtM
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK. Dec. 8 fNEA) J
There have always been 2 schools
or tnougnt regarding a new heavy j
weight rhamnion who uxminiiii'i
' I --v.i,..(J,J :
packs all the qualifications!
One immediate v ea s him "th
grc uesr ever, ine ouier Js in
clined to knock him down. There
is no iii between.
So. new it's vounff Flovd Pat
terson ? turn to be tabbed "the
greatest ever" b the one school
and to be questioned more, than
S' mewhat by the other.
At 21, Patterson is hailed by
ly boys a another Joe Louis. This
despite the fact that the Brooklyn
boy has boxed only two of the
. r" 10 ranked hravv wrieht
tlurricanc Tommy Jackson and
No other heavyweight took as
easy a roau to the throne room.
On the strength of his belting
Moore, who was, worst than most
going the way of all old prize
fighters, Patterson is already rec
ognized by the boosters as a com
bination of James J. Corbett, Jack
Johnson and Louis.
Members of the Knock-'Em
Down Club, on the other hand
demand something moie of Pat
terson before making a decision.
It is their contention, and they
i.ave r strong point, that the
Mo;tre fight proved precisely
nothing. They still remember
th- Patterson who tired notice
ably in the ninth winning noth
mg. more than a 12-round split
decision from the light-hitting
busybody who is Jackson as re recently
cently recently as last June.
Patterson is unquestionably an
exfaordinary young heavyweight
There if no reason why he shouldn't
go on to even greater heights.
No one has
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At the moment, however, Floyd
no c'oubt is somewhere in between
where members of the Knock 'Ibk
Down Club rate him and the'petfM
estal by his admirers. "tawi
Ringworms not only taks vie-J,.
lent stands in thei appraisal of a
new heavyweight champion, out
at once dig up dirt about him;
It happened with Rocky Maj
ciano, of course. First off, tfife
ramn nngsiaer would ten you ae.
eouidn figbt at all. Tanker ye,
employed to build him up. And did,
you know that Roc!;y was at least
four years olde- than the reeosd.
showed? Also that he was flat-
tened couple of times as a he he-ginner
ginner he-ginner and stolen from that Qu
bus driver who had him trader
Pttterson hadn't been chamMatf
four days wheu one of these fe
lows called up and snorted, HHe -ain'i
21. He was an amafceufv
champ in 1950. Had to be 16r ttMsjhbL
at least. Looked more like slfcV
though. He must be about 24 ndwr
"And I doubt he weighs any 48g,M
Heck, as an amateur he weighed
160 nd they passed him off
light-heavy. And let's face ifc-'h,).
can't fight a little bit. To sayh.
could beat Marciano why,. any anybody
body anybody saying that has bells in his.
And, of course, Cus D'Amatav
stoi- Floyd Patterson from some
customs Inspector who started'
him off and did all the ground
It has been this ,vay with new
hervyweight champions since
James J. Corbett knocked out
John L. Sullivar, and the Boston
Mrong Boy s hero wofsniwrs
wouldn't believe it until they read
t in the Police Gazette.
It's the "big" title an,d taH'Steai
go with it.
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loan warrior from long ago ts
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Unites States Distrlcl Court for The
District ol The Canal Zone
Vicente Eugenic Gignoux and teffl
iii r Libelants, vn. M. V. oowie
R CDn Dario. her tackle, engines.
m """and Nayiciera
na. S.A., Respondents. No. 2096. In au
mi. al.y. Monition and .Libel.
WHEREAS, on uic
ker 1956, Vicente Eugenio Ciignoux and
Irrio Bogalo C. filed a libel in Rem and
PeWuTin the United States District
Court lor the District of the Canal Zone,
Cristobal Division, against the M. v.
a . TV.n n&rin her boats.
CDCtVQuT, c a w.i -"
kle. apparel and furniture, in a cause
ot uoniraei. i,ivn "u ..,.
AND WHEREAS, by virtue of process
in due form of law, to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the aeth day of December.
1956. I have seized and taken the said
M V, Gobeledor, ex Don Dario, and
have her in my custody;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a
,... Ka hM in the ilnit-
ed States District Court Room, in the
town of Cristobal. Canal Zone, on the
20th day of December. 19S6, for the trial
ol said premises, and the owner, or
owners and U persons who may have
or claim any inerest, are hereby cited
to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid, to show cause, if any they
have, why a final decree should not
paea as prayed.
JOSEPH I. KINO AID
United States Mi"-";h1
Ho. He ro
7 Street No. 13
Agendas Internal. d Publicaclonea
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Cental Ave. tt
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You teenagers' gift? A profes professionally
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manent ... quick and inexpen inexpensive.
sive. inexpensive. GenoU's Beauty Shop. Co Co-coll
coll Co-coll Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
FOR SALE: Rammington mo model
del model 121 pump gun, 22 caliber
$40.00. Colt woodsman 4" bar barrel!
rel! barrel! 22 caliber, $40.00. Large
amount of Lionel equipment A
rolling stock. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone, Curundu 5177.
FOR SALE: ,- Thoroughbred
dalmatian pups, Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Ca'. 6355.
FOR SALE:- 17" Zenith table
model TV set $90.00. Price
includes TV stand and anten antenna
na antenna Qtrs 137A Albrook 88-3141.
FOR SALE:- Girl's 28" bi bicycle
cycle bicycle with basket. Good tires.
$17.00. Phone Panama 3-5133.
FOR SALE:- Piano, Knabe Knabe-Angelus
Angelus Knabe-Angelus upright, heating ele element
ment element and bench. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Outstanding buy at $200.
Music teacher returning U. S.
must sell since own concert concert-size
size concert-size piano stateside. Telephone
Navy Pacific 3723.
FOR SALE: Buescher Alto,
Saxophone in very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone 2-3401, Home
1502, B. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Lionel O-guage
trains; accessories. Excellent
condition. Tel. Balboa 1833.
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer 5
passenger roadster. In perfect
condition $850.00 Also 35 mm
Bolsey camera, projector,
screen, $75.00. Phone Kobbe
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Toy
Fox Terrier pup, male. Regis Registered.
tered. Registered. Ideal child pet. Phone
421 Fort Davis.
A KC registered or Boston
TERRIER. Son of champion ...
Stud service. Navy 3812.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
Sealedbids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, .will be remine at the office
of Superintendent of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balboa, for1 the following i i-terns:
terns: i-terns: INVITATION No. S-57-317
Pool and billiard tables
with accessories. To be open opened
ed opened 9:30 a.m., DEC. 18, 1958.
INVITATION No. S-57-318 Ve Vehicles
hicles Vehicles including trailer, ambul ambulance,
ance, ambulance, busses, pickup, sedans,
eanyall, dump, cablesplicer,
,nd 00De- To b opened
2:30 p.m., DEC. 21, 1958. Invita Invitation
tion Invitation No. S 57-312 Hydraulic turb
me, reaction type; exciter unit unit-end
end unit-end General Electric generator.
Jo be opened 10:30 a.m., DEC.
Invitations may be obtained
from office of superintendent
of storehouses, Telephone 2-10-
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black bears in captivity and you
can have him for free if you'll
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The seven -foot, 400 -pound
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lem problem to his owners at Week!
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182 U CamaalMs
No. M "" Street
of Jail Ave. J St
ATTENTION. G. I.t Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold witer.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street lo. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
unfurnished apartment. All
screened. Water heater, ground
floor. Best residential area.
Moderate price. Call 3-1850.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
furnished apartment basement
home enclosed garden, suit suit's.
's. suit's. Il '00W PIW o(qe
FOR RENT:- Modern apart apartment,
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ing, building, F street. El Cangrejo.
Telephone 2-3004. Central 70.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista all furnish furnished,
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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 3-0815,
FOR RENT: Small apartment
completely furnished including
refrigerator, stove. Entirely in independent.
dependent. independent. 43 atreet No. 27t Be Bella
lla Bella Vista,
An Isthmian Short Story
C. C. Bennett
By C. C. BENNETT
A heavy morning rain fell over
the City of Colon. Rain boiled on
the pavements, belched out of the
sewers, poured off the roof tops,
and blew through the open wind window
ow window on to Mr. Chubby's bed.
With an angry growl Mr. Chub
by rose and shut the window
Glancing at the alarm clock, his
jaw dropped with astonishment,
tie seized the clock, shook it, held
it to his ear, then wrathfully hurl
ed it upon the bed.
"Dammit, he snarled. "Sweetie
Pie forgot to wind it. I'm late I
must catch the slave train to Bal Balboa."
boa." Balboa." Again he went to the window to
gauge the time of morning by the
activities of his neighbors. Up at
the street corner he saw a man
scurrying through the rain to catch
the bus which went past the Co Colon
lon Colon Railroad Station.
Startled, Mr. Chubby made a
dive for his clothes. After putting
his trousers, he just couldn't
find his shoes and set up a terrific
howl for his wife to bring them
immediately. Grumbling, he dress dressed
ed dressed hurriedly in his white linens
and with an injured expression
descended to the kitchen.
"Where are my shoes?" he call called
ed called in a loud voice to his wife.
"I'm taking the slave train to Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Drive me to the Colon Sta Station."
tion." Station." Sweetie Pie did not respond. She
had gone to her clerical position
before the rain started.
Frustrated, Mr. Chubby broke a
cun, spilt the coffee and burnt his
Dammit!" he roared. "Nobody
in this family worries about fath
er, except on pay aay. wen,
calf a taxi.
Mr. Ohbby found another cun
and pored some coffee. He
down to drink it white waiting for
his taxi. Outside the rain fell hard harder,
er, harder, and he thought of calling his
chief to ask to be excused from
his assignment at the Panama Air Airport.
port. Airport. Then he rejected the thought, re remembering
membering remembering that the chief was tir tired
ed tired of his excuses, and had threat threatened
ened threatened to pull the rug out from un under
der under his feet. He knit his brows as
he recalled how he had explained
to Sweetie Pie the importance of
catching the morning slave train
it was imperative that ne join
the diplomatic party which was go
ing to the Panama Airport to re
ceive the Presidents arriving from
Where you park
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FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
MS Central Ave.
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FOR RENT:- Available Jan January
uary January 1st, 1957, two bedrooms
apartment in exclusive build building
ing building situate El Cangrejo. Includ Includes
es Includes two bathrooms with mas master
ter master bedrooms containing both
shower and tub, hot and cold
water throughout. Large com combination
bination combination sitting-dining room,
large kitchen, beautifully fin finished,
ished, finished, liberal-siied closets. Al Also
so Also separate maids room and
laundry area. Golf putting
green and lovely garden. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: 3-0437 during office
FOR SALE: Duty paid late
1955 Pontiac station wagon.
Like new .Fully equipped, best
offer. Phone, Panama 3-2937.
FOR SALE: 1958 Dodge corn cornet
et cornet 4 door sedan, 2 tone. In per perfect
fect perfect condition. Phono Kobbe
FOR SALE:- 1955 Chevrolet,
belaire, two door, wsw, pow power
er power glide, radio A-l condition;
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21 inch, black table model. Na Navy
vy Navy 3178 (Ros) Balboa 1500 (Of (Office).
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WANTED:- Maid's work, or
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South America for sn mternaHonalll'I'
In the distance Mr. c h ,. h h
heard a train uhiaflA of
ing. He lumped ud. crabbed hi
hu ww iiiLi an. i i ii."t
Panama hat and dashed out of the
front door. The shock of rauv- wa water
ter water wetting his feet reminded him
of his missing shoes. He darted
back into the house. Ransacked the
closets. Found an old pair of high
top shoes. Slipped them on and
fled toward the Colon Station.
Alter fifty runninu Daces Mr.
Chubby tripped Qn the loose shoe
laces and fell to his knees. Clawing
desperately in the air, he regained
his feet. His lips pursed with pain
and his eyes bulging, Mr. Chubby
stumbled into a doorway out of
Trembling, he adjusted his cloth clothes
es clothes and tried to brush the obnoxi obnoxious
ous obnoxious stains from his trousers. Sweetie-
Pie was to blame for this, his
pousess, his lost shoes, his bad
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ma uie rainy, irusiraung aay.
Lightning flashed in the sky and
the tailing raindrops guttered like
strings of lavendar-tinted nearls.
Mr. Chubby let his gaze drift over
the green waves of Limon Bay. A
sleek yacht with a great white bal ballooning
looning ballooning sail held her course for the
open sea. Mr. Chubby wished he
was one of her crew. Nothing to
worry about out there, except a
fish on a stick. No receptions, no
protocol, no South American Pres
idents. Now, if he could think up
a good excuse, he could remain
at home. Instantlv a oicture of thp
Chief, shaking his finger, popped
into his mind, an, I Mr. Chubby
gave a resigned sigh.
Out of the corner of his eye, Mr.
Chubby saw a man running to the
railroad station. Automatically, his
I'll fat legs began to pump in the
same direction. Running alongside
of the picket fence beside the rail
sat, road track, he saw some passeng
ers standing on the platform be
fore the train.
With great relief he slowed down
to a walk. Suddenly the train ierk ierk-ed
ed ierk-ed and moved forward; Mr. Chub Chubby
by Chubby burst into a run and sprinted
through the waiting room, waving
his nass at the conductor at the
In the same instant, the conduc conductor
tor conductor slammed the gate shut and
started across the platform to his
train. Mr. Chubby hurled himself
at the gate, shook it and kicked it
"Hey, conductor, hey- Open up up-let
let up-let me in! Hey, Hey!"
The conductor looked back over
his shoulder, then at his train
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corner table with built-in lamp.
End table-lamp.' Bra a k f a 1 1
table with 4 matching chairs,
electric Servel refrigerator. A A-pertmont
pertmont A-pertmont sixe gas stove. Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom suite: dressing table with
stool, chest of drawers, double
rubber foam mattress. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4274, Panama.
11.5 Ft. Admi.-a) refrigerator
with freezer shelf, 80 cycle,
$180, 21" Silvertone mahogany
table model TV with swivel
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8218, 87-8218, Ft. Clayton.
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
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tabl ; and rest of tables. Excel Excellent
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Chinese rug 9
Britain's New Atom Town Brings
Many Changes To Wives Of Employes
Britain's full-scale atomic
power station which was
opened officially by Queen Eiiz-
abesth II Oct. 17 has brought
many changes to a quiet coastal
village. Not the least has been
tne transformation pi tne vil village
lage village into a small town, the
grafting of a new community
wives and families of the "atom "atom-men"
men" "atom-men" on to an old. Local resi residents,
dents, residents, at first wary, now are en
thusiastic. In fact, they're grate grateful
ful grateful to the power station for
bringing them a new, better
way of life.
Until a few montns ago, sea sea-scale
scale sea-scale was an isolated seaside vil village
lage village on the wild Cumberland
inafUniial mfs Am nlnna f r
J addition to the residents cot-
taces. There was nothing else
not even a school. An occasional
movie show In the parish hall
provided the only entertain
So when the news was broken
to the wives of several hundred
British scientists, engineers and
technicians that this was to be
their new home that here was
to be built Britain's atom-town
for the families of workers at
the new full-scale atomic power
station of Calder Hall a groan
The wives were not enthu enthusiastic.
siastic. enthusiastic. "Whatever shall we do
with ourselves?" they asked.
"Where shall we live? And
think how wretched it wll be
for the children!"
Most' of these women came
from London, B I r m Ingham,
Glaseow and other great cities
To them the move meant not
only separation from friends
and families, theaters and con
cert halls, libraries and bright
lights, but a completely new
way of life.
First pleasant surprise came
when they discovered there was
no housing problem. The United
Kingdom Atomic Energy Au
thority had already built several
hundred neat little houses, each
with its own garden, and was
rapidly constructing more.
Nor were the houses any less
convenient than city apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Fully electrified (by a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic electricity, of course), they
were supplied with all the up-to-date
equipment the women womenfolk
folk womenfolk needed or wanted.
Better yet, the town -bred
w'ves discovered that Sea Sea-scale
scale Sea-scale is a heavenly place for
children. It has a sandy bath bath-inr
inr bath-inr beach, rocky pools to ex
plore at low tide, and dozens of
beautiful, picturesque walks
on its other three sides.
In its clean, bracing air, with
opportunity for unlimited and
unrestricted play, the children's
cheeks became rosier, their limbs
sturdier. Appetites zoomed and
energy redoubled. The Incidence
of colds and coughs went way
The Influx of atom-people has
more than doubled Seascale's
population, and no-one, least
all the newcomers, could predict
how the local residents would
react. The wives, therefore, were
anxious to make their "inva
sion" as agreeable as possible
the older residents.
which had stalled again, throwing
up his hands, he returned and open opened
ed opened the gate.
"Yoii're lucky. We're fifteen mi minutes
nutes minutes late'. Airbrake trouble," the
"Oh Lord!" groaned Mr. Chub Chubby,
by, Chubby, grabbing the conductor's arm
for support while struggling to
i catch his breath. So great was his
nhysicil distress he shook the con con-iductor's
iductor's con-iductor's arm and gasped, "Dam-
p'1'. vui d'fln t have to ooen
gate. Now I have to take this
J. r de U Oeee Ave. No. 41
Jaete Hieenmai Ave. and SI St
M Street Ne. it
Oif saltations or large parties ac accommodated
commodated accommodated at Shrapnel's Santa
Clara Beach Houses. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1 77. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED;- To buy Kohler
light plant, old, need block on only,
ly, only, 4 cylinders. Box 1892, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. But their fears proved un unfounded.
founded. unfounded. Although at first wor worried
ried worried that the village would lose
its special character, the locals
welcomed the newcomers and
soon became proud of the town's
One of the first advantages
the invasion brought was a
school. There the children of
the Calder Hall specialists
work and play happily with
the Cumberland youngsters,
and new friendships have
sprung up all round.
Then came plans lor a new
shopping center, and for the de
velopment of tne loresnore. sev several
eral several Calder Hall employes now
serve on the parish Council, and
the interests of both old and
new inhabitants receive equal
Certainlv the atom wives had
to provide initiative and energy
to get their own recreations
started, for the Cumberland
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running' water and 5,000 meters
land at Chilibre, $15.00, Pan 3 3-2474
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rras. Pe-rras. FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedrooms modern chalet, gar garage.
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FOR RENT: In Cangrejo 2
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FOR RENT:- Rooms, 17 St.
No. 13 Pueblo Nuevo $18.50.
Call, Panama 3-4280 from 5-8
coast offered little except open open-air
air open-air sport fishing, golf or hunt
ing to nounds for the adults.
The Ministry of Supply had
tentatively opened the Wind Wind-scale
scale Wind-scale Club for Calder Hall em employes,
ployes, employes, their families and guests,
and this was soon taken over by
a committee that Included sev several
eral several of the wives, it rapidly be became
came became self-supporting as it
branched out Into a range of ac activities
tivities activities designed to provide some something
thing something for everyone.
Fees are held to a minimum,
so that everybody can join.
There are dances, movie shows
and card games, in summer,
tennis cricket parties are- or organized.
ganized. organized. Talent is developed as
members with special knowledge
ot everything from billiards to
bookbinding are encouraged
to start classes for others. A
pleasant lounge provides a cen
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tral meeting place for the socia sociable.
ble. sociable. Credit for the Ctab't success
is unhesitatingly granted the
atom wives who have given
their time unstinting ly. They
have cooked, planned and or organized
ganized organized the kitchen, and
have launched scores of fund-
raising drives that have pro provided
vided provided money for equipment'
and improvement of the
Now the west Cumberland folk
find the Club an enjoyable spot
for a game of cards, a party or
a social drink. Most of them ad admit
mit admit "It's been much nicer here
since they built the power sta station.'1
tion.'1 station.'1 The women also support tht
village's own clubs, such as the
local women's Institute, which
before used to have a hard time
keeping going. They give end endless
less endless hours to .helping with the
activities of the town's three
churches. One wife has volun
teered her services to run the
public library; several teach at
the school; and another gives
ballet dancing lessons to the
"We didn't want to come to
Cumberland, but now we never
want to leave," is now the gen general
eral general verdict of the atom wives.
TOX SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, DECEMBER "TSJI
On Carina 5or 3nfanU
WASHINGTON (NEA) Par Parents,
ents, Parents, stop worrying about your
thumb sucking babies.
That's the good wflrd from Uncle
Sam, an old hand in this line.
In his latest bulletin on babies,
he also advises Mom and Dad on
pressing problems such as:
How much TV!
Your baby sitter.
What to tell a child who asks
And how to prepare a child for
a hospital stay.
could not get his hands to his
In 1931, it advised: "Finger and
thumb sucking in a little child may
often be cured by putting the
child s arm in a wide, stiff card
board cuff which will not permit
the elbow to bend.
dreaded Iveniny $afi5 or (jiffo
Fourteen years later, another e-
dition declared that such devices
make the child feel thwarted.
Now the 1956 version says:
"Thumb sucking is not a problem
to the chrid; his problem is how
to feel so comfortable he seldom
needs to suck his thumb."
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 195
P I aJr
h Rsv Rfl
Epdated baby ear manual will
t a help as yea witch your
ekUd step into liie.
It's all wrapped up in the new newest
est newest edition of "Your Child From
One to Six," written by the U. S.
ONCE AGAIN, this popular ba baby
by baby care manual has been updated
nd revised to keep in step with
the latest thinking and practice
of child experts all over the" na nation.
tion. nation. Techniques sure have ehanged.
Take this thumb sucking business.
Back in 1918, the booklet recom recommended
mended recommended putting a chjld in a sleep sleeping
ing sleeping bag and fastening it so he
THIS YEAR'S EDITION also
moves into new territory. For ex
ample, there is a section entitled:
How to Do Without Mother."
"It is important," sayd Dr.
Martha Eliot, chief of the Chil
dren's Bureau, "that parents take
steps early to prepare children for
the larger world they will meet
outside the home.
Actually, this section talks en
tirely about baby sitters. Among
other things, it recommends that
the sitter be someone who comes
regularly, and is familiar with
Furthermore, it bluntly tells par
"Baby sitters should be told
whether you have provided a
snack; also have instructions a-
bout the use of television and ra
dio. They should have a clear un
derstanding of your attitude to
ward their having a friend to keep
AS TO THE AMOUNT of tele
vision for youngsters, the bulletin
stresses that kids of preschool
and early school age should have
the chance for real interests that
allow little time for just sitting
"The temptation is very great
nowadays to' let children soak up
much of their enjoyment through
their eyes and ears, instead of
actively creating their own fun,
says the booklet.
On the difficult subject of death,
the bulletin warns parents to av
oid the half truth that dying is
"just like going to sleep." This
causes many children to fear wak waking
ing waking in a box deep in the ground.
As to the child' stay at a hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, the booklet suggests preparing
the youngster with interesting sto stories
ries stories about hospital life. Tell the
child he'll have his meals in bed,
Study tjour biet
Best wet weather protection for
four hairdo is a hair set spray
that will hold your hair in pi'ace
without making it gummy. Pick
one that contains lanolin. It will
leave your hair soft and easy to
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From France come these beautiful evening bags in time for
'Christmas riving. Intricate tapestry design is used (left) for
bag in delicate colors and hundreds of minute beads. Top and
clasp are both beaded and jeweled. Envelope in black silk satin
(left center) is lavishly paved in gold beads, black beads and
amber bugle beads. All of them are hand-sewn, of course. White
satin and black 1aee (right center) make a bag that has a bias biasing
ing biasing frame of rhinestones and jet There's a delicate chain handle.
Draped clutch (right) sparkles with iridescent pink-white se sequins,
quins, sequins, rhinestones, pearls and crystals. For all of their fragile
beauty, these bags are large enough to hold something bevond a
lipstick and comb. By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor.
When you find your hair going
limp and your nails developing
ridges, there are several things
you can do. Undoubtedly, you need
more milk in your diet. An adult
should have two glasses a day,
like it or not. Then, start wielding
the hairbrush for a total of 100
strokes a day, either morning or
night. You'll find that your scalp
will tingle and come alive. You
may not see results the first few
weeks but after some time, your
hair will become glossy.
Sticky desserts never turned any
woman into a raving beauty. You
might think of this each time
you're tempted to order a sundae
or a banana split. If you want
lovely skin and lustrous hair as
well as a trim figure, pass up rich
desserts in favor of fruit and
cheese or no dessert at all. It may
seem difficult at first but it pays
dividends in the way of added
Dieting Is not only a matter of
shedding pounds, it's a matter of
reforming .food habits. If you go
back to your same old way of eat eating,
ing, eating, you'll pile up poundage again.
So it's important to consult your
doctor when vou start a diet. He'll
give you a list of high protein
foods that will change your eating
habits and make it possible for you
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to pass up rationing muus wiui
To keep your elbows from
sprouting hard little pads, apply a
complexion brush and lot of soap
with vigor. Then cream them
nightly. They need just as much
care as your face in order to stay
smooth and creamy. If you can
manage to let them soak while
you're taking a hot bath, so much
Tip when you're having a per permanent:
manent: permanent: have your hair cut after
the permanent, rather than before.
This gets rid of frizzly ends and
gives you a nice, soft, natural
curl. You won't have to go through
that awful, crimpy feeling that
most women experience the first
week or two after a new permanent.
Late hours never added up to
beauty for any woman. So don't
stay up until midnight puttering a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. When you're tempted to
wash out a pair of stockings, do a
manicure or watch a late show on
TV when it's really late, put temp temptation
tation temptation aside. You'll stave off wrin wrinkles
kles wrinkles by hopping into bed for a
ONE mature woman, only re recent
cent recent a grandmother, was horrified
when a temporarily unthinking
doctor diagnosed a rash on her
back, in her presence, as "senile
This is a pretty scary word to
have thrown at one just entering
the fifties. But fortunately the
woman kept her wits and asked
the doctor exactly waht he meant.
Medical details aside, the doctor
explained that this particular
woman had been working too hard
at gct.ing a suntan, year after
year, and that her skin simply
wouldn't take it any more and was
developing a rash upon exposure
to the sun.
Discoveries like this one are one
of the facts of the middle years.
Many things one once did are no
longer possible. Many clothes once
worn are no longer suitable. To
many women, this is a catastro
phe. To others, It appears as a
blessed relief that, for instance,
one need no longer anguish over
One needs to evolve new beauty
standards. To this particular wom woman
an woman who for years sought a tan as
her talisman of youth, her doc doctor's
tor's doctor's news will mean new freedom,
if she chooses to look at it that
If she prefers to stay Indoors
and bake a cake on a sunny day,
or if she loathes resorts in winter,
she is now free to make her
choice without the consideration of
whether she's short-changing her
tan. She should be able to evolve
a kind of beauty that suits her and
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A versatile hairstyle by Ingerid that can. be switched fro
evening (left) to daytime wear (right) with ease is based on
trace and beauty of the fuji chrysanthemum. For evening.
arrangement takes on a tiara-effect but for daytime, the cu
have a side sweep. t
A HAIRDO that will serve for
both day and evening is the one
most women consider ideal. Few
of us have time or money to go
to a salon and have our hair es especially
pecially especially done for a single evening
unless it's a reallybig occasion.
The solution, then, lies in a hair
do which behaves perfectly during.
the day and can be reset, quickly,
for a gala evening. (This is most
easily done by using a very little
water, and making the curls fair fairly
ly fairly large.)
One such coiffure, designed by
New York's Ingerid, takes its in inspiration
spiration inspiration from the fuji chrysan
themum. For daytime, the hair is
set by combing it straight back on
top. Whirl the side hair toward the
If your favorite perfume no long longer
er longer wafts its scent to you, it's time
to switch to another. Half the en-
ioyment of using perfurme is in
being able to whiff it yourself.
Sernnris merit in winin? off the
mouths of nail polish bottles saves
minutes of trying to pry loose
stuck caps if you don't take this
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Whenever vou're in doubt about
wparine parrines. eveslasses. veil
ing necklace, bracelets and rings
all at once, there's a safe rule to
be followed: don't. Best way to re remove
move remove doubt is to strip away a
piece or two and merge looking
DOLLS FOR THE WORLD'S CHILDREN Winners of a
nationwide, teen-age doll contest appear with their creations
at United Nations, N.Y; First place winner is Nancy SchieberJ
16, of Bucyrus, Ohio, center, with "Alfred the Beefeater."j
Runners-up are Cynthia Harvey, 15, left, of Wichita Falls, Tex.,'
with "Cindy" and Margaret Barrett, 19, left, of Buffalo, N.Y.,'
holding baby doll "Mary." Nancy will make a 16-day trip to
Europe, during which she'll distribute dolls for needy chU-Jn.
A separate hamper for your lin
gerie and hosiery is a good idea.
If you share the family hamper,
you may find yourself neglecting
personal laundry. Make a habit of
emptying your lingerie bag and
sudsing everything twice a week.
'The toVR imfler fhlc va rti.li
T XL: .. siroiier (left) for
twin, corab.ningthree toys in one. New eirht-in
are everv h i a lhin,i.i. ZK."7W e,s"'-'n
it upper right sca.ed to size. Neecfic mi'
wi I whip up pretty toppings forS or Pudd,n
of the mixer tilts back. '""
r',eet,t!,e w? that America lives as they never
(loll rJJ.MI!!'' wardrobes,'
k i' ... s y a iiasnngnt battery
gs. Every part is safety-engineered and the head!
Jersey that's blend of orlon and
wool can be washed by hand in
soap or detergent, then rolled in a
towel to squeeze out excess mois
ture. Let it drip-dry on a hanger
and make sure that pleats fall
smoothly in the right direction.
SANTA'S big pack will hold toys
this Christmas that reproduce in
miniature the way that America
There is, for instance, election
year fervor reflected in a game
that bases competitive fun on
knowledge of important events in
the lives of past presidents.
Baby dolls carry careful In Instructions
structions Instructions for small baby sitters
and the new miniature dolls boast
rooted synthetic hair and high
style wardrobes. They also come
equipped with scientifically de designed
signed designed clothes closets that encour encourage
age encourage neatness in their owner s.
Good-grooming kits are featured,
too, with small versions of famous
There's an answer to winter's
often-heard cry: "What can I do
if I can't go out today?" It lies
in a creative jewelry design set
that includes rhinestones, sea sea-shells
shells sea-shells and artificial pearls.
Or there are other answers in a
new molding plastic that can be
baked, and finger painting sets
that include suggestions for Hec Hec-orating
orating Hec-orating wastebaskets and trays.
In thei kitchen department.
there's a wide selection of minia
ture appliances that perform just
tike mother s. One of these is a
battery-powered mixer that turns
out fluffy whipped cream, and a
face and set it in (our or
large sculpture curls that can
combed into a spiky arrange
on the face.
Only two rows of curls are plac placed
ed placed in bck. The top row is mida
up of large, flat curls that car. Jbe
combed into a smooth page bay.
The bottom row should he smlll,
tight curly with upward stems ito
help hold the page boy in plate
For evening, comb the hiir
straight back to the crown. Set it
in a. row. of forward
ear to ear across the
me enure oack in large c i
wiin upward stems to be con
later into a tiara effect at
i a s
BEFORB Alan's sister was born.
his mother told him the facts of
Two years later his pretty, preg
nant Aunt Lisa came for a visit.
Told her news, Alan was at first
delighted with the prospect of ac acquiring
quiring acquiring a cousin. Then he became
alarmed lest it be another girl. At
dinner he asked for reassurance.
Turning to Aunt Lisa, he said,
Did you swallow a girl seed or a
boy seed to grow this baby?"
Later, his parents admitted their
obligation to instruct him in what
sex education pamphlets call the
"male role in conceptioiw'i..Btltt
they dldti't aUmit their reluctancif
to instruct him. They were terri terribly
bly terribly ashamed of it, sure that it
nude them nasty-minded people
with guilt complexes about sex. So
Alan's mother said, "I think it
should come from you" and his
father said, "Who? Me? You're
his mother aren't you"
THEIR reluctance derives not
from guilt but from frustration. If
they'll start approving 'the frustra frustration
tion frustration instead of condemning it, they
will soon outgrow it.
It's to be approved because it is
natural. Alan's parents are active actively
ly actively in love with one another. It is
frustrating for them, to feel oblig
ed to explain adult sex activity to
their six-year-old son because this
activity has emotional meaning tat
them it doesn't have for the son. 1
It offends them to have the discjn discjn-t
t discjn-t angle it from the intense fceliag
they associate with it. In a very
real way, sex instruction of thiir
son means a kind of disloyaltJiJJto
I THINK that parents' shvneis
in giving sex instruction to "chil
dren is sometimes due, not to'lPJi to'lPJi-i
i to'lPJi-i itanical recoil, but to this kind W
conflict between loyalty to adtlt
i' "ilk aim iwvrtii.y wj liic uinm,,
Let's remember that the profH
sional people who think sex
struction should be yery simple :
tis have been specially trained
remote, scientific interest in
man behavior. When they speak
"sex activity," they are seldom
thinking about their own.
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We are. When a child wants It
explained, we respond out ofme
ory of our own, not out of -rrtr
memory of Other people's Case
records. And we may rush instinc instinctively
tively instinctively to protect the privacy, of our
personal experience in it.
If we accept this shyness as
good and natural, so will the child.
He'll wait comfortably untilM$e
have overcome It. How soon we
vcrcome it depends en. how Vo(Jh
we stop condemning our shyness
as bad and Puritanical.
TVin't let the slinncrs vou wear
around the house become run
down. They re just as bad for your
fee when they get into poor
shape as shoes that are shapeless.
Alternates the little black satin
bag for evening is the small, sleek
rliitrh hie of black fur. Comes lin
ed in leather and is a good invest
ment for several seasons aneau.
l eather eloves should be as im
maculate, as the white cotton shor
ties you wear m summer, n uiey
are the washable type, suds tnem
frequently. Otherwise, have them
Nice addition to a slipover sweat
er is the shawl collar of leopard.
It's cut to a deep V and can be
worn either frontwards or backwards.
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Young cowboys can rustle up
western-style chow this Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with this new cooking set
that has camper's kettle, mini- j
iture cans of soup, spaghetti,
uork and beans and all the
When you find a nice of furni
ture growing shabby, replace it. A
single piece of shabby furniture
car. rob a room of its charm, make
it look faded.
Your rugs should have a thor
ough vacuuming once a week. Use
your vacuum oftener in areas
where traffic and soil is heavy.
Your rugs should have a profes
sional cleaning once a year to re remove
move remove the dirt and grit that cut fi fibers.
bers. fibers. If your rugs are pastel, thev
should be cleaned by experts e-
Dust leaves its marks on dark
walls as well as on light ones. So
attach the dusting brush to your
vacuum cleaner and go over vour
walls from baseboards to ceilings.
Keen vour electrical amlicanrp
(record player, clocks, fans, win window
dow window ventilators) in good renair
They'll need a tuning-up every few
; I.. I il
years simpiy uecause oi me use
If a toddler wants to swing and
climb on things, try to rig nun an
exercise bar that's good and safe.
A removable one in a doorway
may work. He develops muscles
thi.s way, also balance and an abi
lity to care for himself.
play vacuum cleaner that picks up
crumbs. There's a stove made of
fiberglas and a miniature electric
saucepan for small chefs.
New games will he sT.arkeH hioh
in Santa's nack Anion? them i a
new card game that bases play on
completing or breaking numben numben-cal
cal numben-cal sequences and is keyed to im improve
prove improve the arithmetic performance
of youngsters from seven on up.
Then there's a football-baseball
game that uses darts to deter
mine moves. It has a irridirnn nn
one end of the board and a dia-
mom. on the other.
Parents who face the nrnhlem
of many toys in a small apartment
will welcome the idea of a new
ooii stroller that converts to doll
swing or auio seat and packs
neatly into its container when it's
not in use.
Miniature suDermarkets enme
with capacious shelves filled with
tiny emotv naekaees of fa
name brands. Dad will like the
tact that the supermarkets can be
quickly and easily assembled with
out use ot pins, staples or tape.
'sHrrrmf ifiL m Bafe
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After-dinner coffee is not just
regular coffee served in small
cups. It's Italian coffee, made
black and strong in a drip coffee coffee-maker.
maker. coffee-maker. That's the idea of the
small' cups; most Americans don't
like to drink a lot ot it. One cup
is ideal to finish off a good dinner.
EVERYTHING'S ALL WRITHE-"Charmed" might be this
60-pound python's remark when it was taken to bed by Vien Viennese
nese Viennese dancer Bellamondc. But she could ask for no better
insurance to keop prowlers out of her boudoir. The python is
part of Bellamonde's snake dance act in a Vienna night club"""
Gift. of safety for the home Is
portable lantern which throws
a powerful beam on dark or
Icy steps. Battery cast is cov covered
ered covered with striped adhesive
USf D ra ana L r Xiiatminnie
CAN FILL YOVR mtiOS!
Best Horses In mile Feature
'ByiV. Edmunds Claussen
Um Clottm Mftfcrt or NU lee.
THE STORY r Frank Tide, Jean and a tired
Bttk group make their way slowly through badlands
after Jean's horses are recovered from her thieving
brother Emmett. Apart from not being sure of the
trail they are traveling, they know they can be am ambushed
bushed ambushed by Emmett or Steve Norring. Their water
supply runs frightfully low but the situation takes
a turn for the better when they come across a lake.
JEAN sagged exhaustedly onto
the sloping bench and he lowered
himself beside her. He lifted her
head from the hard stone and
laid it gently onto his chest. She
aid softly, "You're wondering a a-bout
bout a-bout Hyman, naturally. Not too
much is known about him before
he came to town. In Cashtown a
man's past is inviolate.
"He rode West with poor lungs
tad soon found himself broke. A
fiddle player at the rare dances.
He worked at me AinamDia wucu
US Embassy Ladies Restore Toys, Dolls
To Bring Christmas Joy To Needy Children
dies on the horses they're the one
break we have have-He
He have-He caught up a long-legged,
deep chested roan and trans transferred
ferred transferred his own gear. When he
mentioned their break in owning
fresh horses he had pointed out
the truth. It was a break. But his
mind was made up. He wasn't go going'
ing' going' to run much further.
It was Norring's crew coming
up on them. If they waited here
at The Pts they would have the
Circle N. at a serious disadvan disadvantage.
tage. disadvantage. On the other hand, Frank
knew thirsty men and animals
He worea ai me uumi ..... .
iv father owned it. One day my (fought desperately, and Norring s
wither heard his violin on the
street and made father bring him
"That was the beginning of his j
Sunday visits. All I'm really surej
f about Hvman is mat ne s Known
the luxuries of life a sensitive
man with a musician's soul. At the
ranch he'd play his violin for
hours. Mother and Dad loved his
music. Dad set Mm up in the fur furniture
niture furniture shop. I realize he has nev nev-r
r nev-r forgotten Vogel."
Frank laid his back against .the
tili.warm rock and found h l s
thoughts running brink full- The
grotesque figure of the violinist
over his bow, the eerie light
from the sky, the steady scuffing
iound of the horses now satisfied
with their drinking, all this fash fashioned
ioned fashioned itself into an uncomprehen uncomprehen-ifble
ifble uncomprehen-ifble pattern. His glance lay on
Jean and he thought her asleep.
He held- himself motionless, listen listening
ing listening to the quiet sound of her
breathing, knowing a contented joy
in the nearness. The larger part
ViAiir erttvl hv
She surprised him by sitting e-
rect. "I wonder u we re misiK misiK-en?
en? misiK-en? Could it be Norring won't try
to stop us
" Frank understood she was try try-i.
i. try-i. hrins herself to believe this
in order to strengthen her cour-
age. ne maae no
went on, "Do yau think he'd take
a .chance on an all out attack?
He has so much to lose. Would
Cashtown stand for a Norring that
horses would break through their
defense and stampede jeans
There must be a better
place to fight, a place where the
string would De sate.
-Then he hit the saddle. H 1 s
voice cracked in the utter still stillness.
ness. stillness. "We'll meet them on G o fa fabler's
bler's fabler's Knob!"
FRANK drew his horse In be beside
side beside a slash in the Knob's timber timber-pH
pH timber-pH slnne He called hastily to Jean.
"Toks like a box ; canyon. Is it
sealed at the far end"?
She mused herself tiredlv in her
1 J, 1 :u ........ L u 4
saacue, SLamis wkii eyes i
came slowly into focus, men ner
chncn erent nrnunr, searrhinff A-
lex. She found him pulling a dus dusty
ty dusty bay to a stand. "I dont know
if It's a box, Frank."
we' find out." Alex sain.
"All right, make sure," Frank
He sat in hip saddle slackly
watching the kid prowl around the
rubble in the canyon's mouth,
knowing on thir ttek Alex was
speedily repaying every favor Vo
gel Cash had ever done htm. Hy Hyman,
man, Hyman, too, quickly read the impor importance
tance importance of a tight corral. He had
ridden up behind Alex and drop-
nari a rnne a round the end of a
rotting windfall. The big remount
he had chosen began to strain on
"Wait!" Frank yelled, spurting
AMBASSADOR'S WIFE FIXES AUTO Mrs Julian Fishe
Harrington, wife of the United States Ambassador to Panama,
restores a well worn toy police car to bring joy to a young
heart at Christmas. Mrs. Harrington conceived the idea of
salvaging old toys to refurbish them like new for distribution
to children who otherwise might not receive Santa Claus's
For several weeks wives of A A-mericarv
mericarv A-mericarv Embassy officers have
been devoting two mornings
week to restoring worn out toys
and dolls for distribution at
Christmas to orphaned chil children
dren children in Panama.
They have quietly gone about
collecting castoff playthings, ei either
ther either from their own children's
toy closets or through voluntary
contributions made by friends
and acquaintances whose hearts
have been touched by knowing
th t not all children might be
lucky enough to have Santa
Claus call en them. A pair of
largo bins in the Embassy chan chancery
cery chancery has been filled and refilled
by contributors toward this good
The ladiee have been gather gathering
ing gathering on an upstairs veranda of the
Embassy Residence on La Cres Cres-ta.
ta. Cres-ta. They have been scraping
paint from toy trucks, fire on on-gies,
gies, on-gies, velocipedes, and gaily re repainting
painting repainting them. They have re repaired
paired repaired mechanical toys, replac replacing
ing replacing parts that have outlived
their usefulness. They have been
cutting materials, basting and
sewing and fitting new clothing
on dolls of all sizes and shapes.
They have been providing the
materials sandpaper, paints,
tools, yard goods and other mis miscellany
cellany miscellany needed to help Santa
Claus in his vast job of getting
so many gifts ready for so ma many
ny many children with the rewarding
knowledge that they will gladden
some tiny hearts at Christmas.
Already the Embassy ladies
have more than 100 packages
wrapped and ready for distribu distribution,
tion, distribution, which means that Santa
will come to many homes in Pa Panama
nama Panama that might otherwise have
Neither of them realized Hytaan on. Bui i Hymn pu steel to hi Is
l VIVIIvt v "1
.,,. ktinlrel-ari rlnun hehind them
His voice was strained, the hatred
barely contained. "Dead men ear ear-jy
jy ear-jy no stories back to Cashtown.
Make no mistake about Norring.
He'll have your Kaner u aim
when he rides back to the bank
horse, dragging the windfall to one
TTraiOSiA-jffheeleJ his animal
walkintf-Mm back behind the
string. Jean and Swenson were
beside Mm when h e forked the
jTstory 33 bThe triei to sa7e openuig ,Hyma.had made, When
ihov tior0 inciriA t.ho noX CSnVOIl
MIC O IU1 J ,
. r k.ntVint hut ho WAS
tA late l ean hear his smooth Frank called Swenson.
lies as clearly as though he were
Coming from the musician the
Conviction had a shocking impact.
Somewhere in his past this man
had come into contact with bruta brutality,
lity, brutality, with life in its meanest fa facets.
cets. facets. ALEX came scampering down
the slant. "Thereare horses on
the malpais. Fariehind us, Segun Segun-K
K Segun-K Tiny specks.",
Frank leaped up, his leg mus muscles
cles muscles sluggish from the hour's rest.
He had not known he was so tir tired.
ed. tired. On top of the brim he studied
the moving specks against the
carbon background, measuring
their distance, kiting this was
what he had look! for, and sens sensing
ing sensing relief.
..nru ,.,;u It he f.mmetlt or
JJ IMI Will fc t
gteve? They're mid both of
them must have me nmicr:
Jean's voice fell away in a sob.
He led her back to the depres depres-aion.
aion. depres-aion. "All right," he called.
'Everybody upt Switch sad-
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Broderick Crawford "m
"Run vnur7 tones across the
throat of thatcHit. Patch no with
what solir! poles you can find and
we'll have a kwL holding pen."
Mwyehlotrlst Isomon who
tokos, money for asking the some
questions your wife does for norh norh-.infl.
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GROOMING TOY ANIMALS Mrs. Orion Libert (left), wile of the Embassy First Secretary,
brushes up a large standing teddy bear on wheels while '(left to right) Mrs. Rodger Abraham,
Mrs. W. W. Kelly and Mrs. Ralph Will busy thmselves with restoring toy animals that were
collected for distribution to needy children at Christmas time.
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DOING DOUBLE DUTY Mrs. Jerry James, wfte of the Cultural Affairs Officer of the
American Embassy, retouches a toy automobile While she patiently serves as a hat model u
a fireman's hat is freshened up by Mrs. Ralph Will, wife of Point Four's Director.
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past several weeks to this worthy task Seen In the picture are Mrs. Julian Fiske Hatartngton,
wife of the U.S. Ambassador to Manama; Mrs. Jerry James, wife of the Cultural Affairs Officer,
Mrs. Harry Casler, wife of the Embassy Public Affairs Officer; Juncn Mackay, wife of the
Second Secretary: Mrs. Orion Libert, wife of the First Secretary. Mrs. Ralph Will, wife, of the
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TRUCK REPAIRS TOO Mrs. Robert Acly, wife of the Amer American
ican American Embassy Counsellor, hard at work with a toy trailer truck
that will find its way under the Christmas tree of a home in
Panama. This enterprise by the Embassy ladies disclosed many
hitherto unknown talents, both .mechanical and artistic
NEW HAIRDO FOR A DOLL Mrs. Orion Libert, wife of the
Embassy First Secretary, concentrates on setting a new hairdo
on a doll, once discarded and now given a new wardrobe for
a needy child at Christmas.
FRESH COAT OF PAINT Mrs. Harry Casler (left), wife of the Embassy Public Affairs Of Officer,
ficer, Officer, brightens up a tiny car with a fresh coat of paint while Mrs. James Townsend, wife
of the Point Four Public Health Field Party Chief, does a similar job on the hull of. small
sailboat. Santa's helpers all!
iiiwfci Has a Housing Problem
Browns, south of the Greens,
west of the Whites and east of
the Bluet. Our southeast comer
touches the Caclcleberrys, who
are northwest neighbors of the
Whiff letrees. Love, Suzanne."
Which house Is Suzanne's T
JUST for fun, see if you can
J guess what the three-part
poser. above is all About. Here's
a hint: There seems to be a hid
den figure at left who's anxious
to team up with a missing figure
at right, but a difficult path
keeps them apart, Dow this help
you see the pieture more clearly J
If aot, here's how to unscramble
it: First First-Add
Add First-Add colon to the segments at
left according to the following
indicator!: B Blu ft-Red, V
Vielet, G Green, PPinfc.
Than, find a path from left to
right, as indicated by the arrows.
Then, beginning at dot j, draw
a continuous lute from dot to dot;
to dot 22. i
SEE if you can repeat the fol following
lowing following rapidly aloud:
Sister Sarah shined her silver
ahoee for Ghrlstaaes.
Gridleys gifts drew ogles.
Tricking Up the Trims
others, pus pus-lift
lift pus-lift Matt E.
Mat tick has been
seeking a new
Way to trim his
tree. He has
Anally hit on an
idea Involving the
use at numbered
At first he ar arranged
ranged arranged them in
as shown at right.
Then he decided
to trick it up.
To do so, he transposed two couples of figures on
opposite sides of the triangle.
Ha now had an arrangement whereby the sums
of the sides were equal; also the sums of the squares
of the numbers on each side.
How did the numbered ornaments appear on
Matt's tree when he had finished the transposition?
mm. too pse bmms am P" sure intf :
EAR SANTA, I'm sending
you this diagram (above)
to keep you from getting lost
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SEASONABLE CROSS-FIGURE TEST
4. UCOH Ml WUMHI MHIHl
Prancer and Dancer are named in
A Viaif Prom 8t. Nicholas.
4. Mrs. Jones has eight sons
ttd each aon has a sister. What's
the least number of Xmas pres presents
ents presents she has to buy for each of
5. Number of drinks a Scots Scotsman
man Scotsman buys when he buys a "round."
6. Small bore gun.
8. Multiply the year by the
month by the day of George
12. The squares of the four
, 14. Two score.
1 ft XTiiWiKkw a Iriaemef at MsifhaW-
in-law gets under the mistletoe ?
, 26. What number decreased by
one half of Itself Is equal to 2?
17. Eno Derdnuh. Know him?
L A centenarian can be f, 17,
71 or 117 years old?
2. The Wise Men.
3. A kind of face that means
4. "Evil" is to "Live" as 1829
is to this number.
7. Meaning of the last nam
of the author of Tom Sawyer t
BEFORE AND AFTER FACE
9. Copy every number less
than 7 that is not followed by t:
2 3 6 1 4 3 8 0 94.
10. Xmas Eve date.
11. The number, reversed, of
the degrees in a right angle.
IS. A U. S. Savings Bend can
change 8450 into this number of
14. The cube root of 4, cubed.
17. Number hiding in "No dice."
18. A number whose inside
can't get out and whose outside
can't get in.
-K 'OOMI 'SO-U 'w-ot 'WlM Vi
r) etcH word
below, add a
letter at each
end (except 8)
so that smother
word is formed.
Per example, to
expand the word
"over?' add C
and T to form
quickly can you
complete the changeover of all
the words in the following list?
L HANG 8. -RANG.
. LANE--. 9. AIDE
J. AMEN 10. REAM.
A RING. 11. OARS.
A RITE It. ADAM.
. 6. RISK. IS. PACE.
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A SHORT TALE
YYTHENBVER iMr. Stice who is
rather absent-minded for forgets
gets forgets his Own party-line number,
he thinks of this experience and
presto, the number comes to
Last year Mr. Stice Went hunt hunting
ing hunting and killed a Jay-bird. That
night he and his wife ate the
bird for supper.
What is their phone number?
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ABIQ part of the pleasure of Christmas comes
from hot knowing what your gifts Will be and
getting surprises. It's reason enough to look gum,
If there's no prospect of gifts, and yoe're entitled to
an expression of delight whan you open them as
demonstrated by the two-faced elf above. You can
have fun with his "before and after" look. Cut out
the elf's face and paste it to cardboard. Then put a
thumbtack through bis nose Into an eraser on the
end of a pencil Now spin him around, ;
Replacing the X's Is a Game
LETTERS in the name of what party pastime will
make 13 words appear vertically below?
ITGEETYYEYL P R K
Xmas Card Cut-Outs
For Boys and Girls
IT'S easy to turn these cards (above)
into personalised ones. Simply cut!
out the one that suits you (bey or'
girl) end paste it to red or green
paper a that it will have a border.
rrom 70 V
Then draw in your own face and color the.'
nair. sign your name in tne manic, or course.
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Mow Does He Know?
A MONO the guests at a Christ Christ-'sB
'sB Christ-'sB Prty were severs who
had never seen each other before.
Two of these found themselves
at the same table.
"Hello," said one, a girl. "Isn't
it rossarkable that we have never
"I can't quite place you," re re-sponded
sponded re-sponded the other, a man.
'Please tell me your same."
She smiled. "Well, my name is
the amine as my mother's and she
is your sister-in-law's husband's,
"QkH said, "you're Itory l"
How did he know her name?
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HERE is a
rungs, or treads,
1 to 9, up which
you re invited
to olimb, count counting
ing counting your stops
as you go.
you are stand stand-lng
lng stand-lng on the
idea is to count
each At p so
that Jfioui will ar arrive
rive arrive the top
in A specified
PIN MONEY can be made to go a long way in this
switching poser. In tact, the object is to keep
it from going too far.
To begin, place three pennies in the spaces 1, 2, 8
above, and three dimes in the spaces 6, 6 and 7.
This leaves space No. 4 vacant.
Now, moving one coin one specs, or skipping over
one coin into an empty space, see if you can trans transpose
pose transpose the pennies into spaces 5, 6 and 7, and the
dimes into spaces I, 2 and 3. It should be done in
no more than 35 moves.
If loose change is aot handy, the game may be
played instead with black and white buttons or
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s o C if 01 1 s) u op 9) iM tq(tioa rao Bnniva
POSER JN THE WOOD
1 lis I I
er had cut all the Christmas trees
he had orders this year, there were
field, placed as diagrammed above.
vered that by drawing eight straight
the trees could be placed in a separate
you 21 left to
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down, of course. The number of lines, each
steps With which you are asked enclosure.
to reach the top is nineteen. Are Can you draw the lines correctly? There are ex ex-yeu
yeu ex-yeu able to make it? actly eight t them, all perfectly straight, and all
b Besets )sqx '6 VTST ) l TJT T 1, U f &
'9 "t 8 t Jtpwvqi di xq or straight-edge is advisable.
?'' n"L'a?3.Q8 I"4' A solution fis given elsewhere in the mure for
those who need it
CHRISTMAS PARTY FARE It's Your Move
(6)uiz (gaosswoRB With Wisdom from the Mlc
A GUEST is asked to tie a sin single
gle single overhand knot in the cen center
ter center of i piece of heavy cord and
. then to tie the ends of the cord
together with several knots. The
performer then states that he is
about to untie the knot, in the
center without untying the two
ends. He turns his back to the
audience for a moment; then
turns around and the knot has
The trick is done very simply.
All you do to "untie" the knot is
to loosen it a little and slide it
up to where the two ends of the
cord are tied together. It will
then merge with the other knots
and will disappear completely
from the center of the loop.
It jt Lights Out
P) ENLIVEN a mixed group
at a party, supply guests with
pencil, paper and 'a magazine or
other firm object on which to
place the paper. Tell them to
draw a Christmas tree. Then turn
out the lights, and tell them to
complete the picture in the dark.
Ask them to draw Santa Claus,
a fireplace, a mantel, gifts under
the tree, ornaments for the tree,
and a child looking on. Turn out
the lights after each addition has
been made; switch them off again
while the artists are struggling
with the next one. A prise is in
order for the best drawing.
I MA I
By Eupens Sheffer
I Term of contempt forbidden
for use (Mat 5:22)
bVHe sold his birthright to Jacob
9 Place of gold supply tor King
Solomon (1 KL 9:28)
35 was in prone position.
16 English author.
17 Contract for services ot
18 Watering of land.
22 Small child.
23 Doctor of law (abbr.)
24 One of those included in the
covenant Neh 10:13)
28-Son of Eels (1 Chr. 7:7)
' 29 Bright color.
34 Staff of office.
36 At a distant point
39 Feels contrition.
41 Pish eggs.
42 Swayed drunkenly.
44 Roman coins. 1
46 Son of Koran (Ex. 6:24)
49 Analyse grammatically.
54 High card.
57 Bombycid moths.
58 Male offspring.
59 Serviceman's overseas address.
60 Followers of Christ
63 He was a keeper of the sheep
64 Sheer linen fabric.
65 Fine gravel.
66 Nothing but
67 Church recesses.
69 Woe is me!
1 She was saved from death by
Joshua (Josh. 6:29)
2 Stage whisper.
J The 13th and Mth books of the
4 Affirmative vote.
6 One of the strong men (1 Chr.
6 Feminine name.
8 Made one..
11 Frozen rain.
12 Baal was one.
19 Chief prince of Meshech and
Tubal (Ezek. 38:2)
27 Particle of negation.
31 Son of Shealtiel, governor of
Judah (Hag. 1:1)
32 Son of Seth (Gen. 4:26)
S3 Let it stand.
34 Name Naomi chose for herself
35 Malt drinks.
36 Gave nourishment
37 Possessive pronoun.
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43 Part of a pitcher.
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48 The children of this tribe set
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52 Musical drama
54 Record of proceedings.
56 Goddess of discord.
58 Small thing.
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62- Son of Jether (1 Chr. 7:38)
63- Eucharistic wine vessel.
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tle bustle to White's win here. It takes
him six moves which you are
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BEACHED MERMAID Actress Gia Scala enjoys
sand of California's Malibu beach between films.
Sia, of Italian-Irish descent, was born in England.
DRUMS TAKE SEATING
Sir Edmund Hillary
(right), conqueror of Mt.
Everest, and Bob Miller
dig out oil drums dropped
from a plane in test runs
at South island, New Zea Zealand.
land. Zealand. They're training for
an Antarctic expedition.
A TOWERING PROBLEM Iron worker Eddie Moran prepares to climb the tele television
vision television tower at North Bergen, N. J-, to help dismantle the structure which was
struck by a plane that crashed into an apartment house, killing four persons.
Workers scaled 600 feet up the tower and began taking down six tons of the 250 250-foot
foot 250-foot top section, which is being removed. Proposals are afoot to demolish tower.
LUGGAGE WATCHER Serious-faced Joseph Bou Bou-tois,
tois, Bou-tois, 15 months bid, keeps guard over his parents'
luggage at New York's Idlewild airport. Joseph is
dressed in the raiment of a monk of the order of
St. Antoine de Badoui, They had left Lebanon
and were en route to their home in Canada.
SWIMMING POOL FOR SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN has a new "swimming pool," but
it's for nuclear scientists and engineers,, not for backstroke
champions. It is a one million-watt nuclear reactor, which is part of
the school's Phoenix project in memory of its Weld War II dead,
Briefly, the reactor will have e six-pound uranium-235 fuel supply
suspended in a 41,000-gallon pool of water (the swimming pool).
Water and concrete pool walls protect personnel from radiation.
Tubes penetrating this shield will make it possible to "pipe out"
beams of radiation for study or to insert materials to be bombarded.
The reactor, built with a $1 million gift from Ford Motor company,
is the most powerful in the college field and will enable the school
to train nuclear scientists and engineers with latest in equipment.
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Infantryman Paul Mays as he does "demolition job" at chow somewhere in Korea.
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HERE IS A DOCUMENTARY PICTURE taken in Fenonome. This horse looks like he to being
ridden bareback, but it's really bare-bottom.
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AMAZING are the rood schools seen In reroo te interior towns, of Panama. Now the cry to
for personnel and curricula to match.
USING A PIECE OJP ROOFING, balanced on a primitive
aaortar, this woman of Cermeno dries rice in the
No 12-Family Apartments
Pix and text by
RALPH K. SKINNER
In a brief drive to the nearby
interior recently, it was interest interesting
ing interesting to note the progress which is
apparent. During the past 20 years,
the change from crude bobio to1
something better in the line tf
construction has been tremendous
I can recall that the houses
which lined the interior road used I
to be almost entirely constructed
of adobe and had thatched roofs J
Now look at them. There are a
few of this type, but the majority
nave either wood or concrete
walls. And more and more homej
have metal roofing or at least
boards, rather than the traditional
The change is so gradual that
perhaps we do not note it, but the
change is definite and indicates an
increase in the standard of living.
throughout the small town areas.
ana even in scauerea inaiviauai
In the small Vermont village
where I spent my summers, the
coining of electricity in individual
homes was a great occasion. I can
remember the shift from
oil lamps to the electric lights, my
Now, when a Panamanian rural
family constructs its first house of
concrete blocks after living for
centuries in 'dobe or simple stick
hut, it must be quite an occasion.
We "tourists" seeing the interior
at 40 mph never get to realize that
each thatched roof hut is a home,
a family unit.
In fact, Panama Is a land of
castles, if we will accept the old
adage that "every man's home is
his castle." While the Canal Zone
may consider itself considerably a.
head of rural Panama in housing,
there is one concept in which the
Zone seems to be just catching up
with the Panamanian eampesino.
That is in the lack of multiple
For example, who ever heard of
a twelve-family bohio? Or even a
four-family oohio along the stylo
of those classics which; were in indigenous
digenous indigenous to the old "flats" area in
Even though their agricultural
methods may be strictly are-Colombian,
and in other ways their
modes of life appear somewhat out-
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GOOD NETS made hy capable hands, bat not for sale, just
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IN ANTON this ox cart carried wood for a backyard stove.
HOME-MADE FUDGE, composed of bananas, coconut and
native brown sugar, is being made, and it tastes surprisingly
In Interior of Panama
dated, the campesino has one
great blessing. He lives in a cottage
It is only in recenjt years that
the housing policy on me canai
Zone has ruled that cottages and
duplexes should be the type for
Speed is not the only factor
which keeps the Zone motorist
from seeing much of interior Pa
nama. It is also the inclination not
to leave the concrete ribbon which
crosses the countryside.
We firmly believe that one way to
enjoy the interior is to turn down
one of the many Inviting small
coadways off the main highway.
Inevitably one will come to a small
town, for that is what promptel
the building of the little road.
If you still drive fast through
the hamlet, you will see just a col collection
lection collection of houses.
If you park the car and get out,
you will find a collection of fami families,
lies, families, a group of homes, a commu community
nity community of individual human beings
whom you will find interesting if
approached decently and with
warmth of friendliness.
Even from that 40 mph through through-way,
way, through-way, you can see something if you
keep on the lookout.
At Capira, we saw a woman in
her yard doing something with a
roofing Blab. She had it balanced
oh ton of a mortar, which With a
pestle, is dsed to prepare the local
grains for use. It turned out to be
rice, although it was not the kind
usually grown hereabouts.
We noted that ar und the humble
yard of the home there were sev
eral colorful, pretty flowers. This
is typical. Panamanian women like
flowers, and even the simplest
home is likely to have some flow flowers
ers flowers around it to add beauty to oth
erwise drab surroundings.
It is easy to go through Bejuco
without stopping, although many
people remark on the extraordma
ry size of the statue there. It is on
the left hand side of the road head
ed towards the interior.
On the right side of the road,
one may see a man making fish
MfeHe has been doing. this, as
well as fishing, for years. He will
not sell his nets because they are
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NO WONDER the Chiriqui Land Company ma kes money. They feed their mules on excess
bananas, as seen here. Employe suggestion for Juan Franco. ., t
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for machinery M
artisans work on the
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1956
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SONG FOR THE CLATTER-BONES
By F. R. Higgins
God rest that Jewy woman,
Queen Jezebel, the bitch
Who peeled the clothes from her shoulder-bones
Down to her spent teats
As she stretched out of the window
Among the geraniums, where
She chaffed and laughed like one half daft
Titivating her painted hair hair-King
King hair-King Jehu he drove to her,
She tipped him a fancy beck;
But he from his knacky side-car spoke,
Who'll break that dewlapped neck?'
And so she was. thrown from the window;
Like Lucifer she fell
Beneath the feet of the horses and they beat
Thelight oat of Jezebel.
That corpse wasn't planted in clover;
Ah, nothing of her was found
Save those grey bones that Hare-foot Mike
Gave me for their lovely sound;
And as once her dancing body
Made star-lit princes sweat,
So I'll iuist clack: though her ghost lacks ft back
There's music in the old bones yet.
MEETING AND PASSING
By Robert Frost
As I went down the hill along the wall
There was a gate I had leaned at for the view
And had just turned from when I first saw you
As you came up the hill. We met. But all
We did that day was mingle great and small
Footprints In summer dust as If we drew
The figure of our being less than two
But more than one as yet. Your parasol
Pointed the decimal oft with one deep thrust.
And all the time we talked you- seemed to nee
Something down there to smile at in the dust.
(Oh. it was without prejudice to me!)
Afterward I went past what you had passed
Before we met and you what I had passed
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OFF TO A FRESH START With the scars of her Collision
completely erased, the Swedish liner Stockholm leaves the(
Bethlehem Steel Company's New York shipyard for a test run.
As a result of her 'colliding with the Italian liner Andrea Dorla
in July, the Stockholm's bowhcdtp be repjajjgdiu "v
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WASHINGTON Two recent you asking these questions I It would have been much easter
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a'' brass hat instead of an enlisted
Craven denied that he had made man. Cant. Craven can testify to
the flight specifically is order to that. W
attend his wedding at government
It looks as if New York's GOP
Congressman Ralph Gwihn, who
rnns a one-man propaganda office
for right-wing fringe groups at the
taxpayers' expense, may be in
trouble with the Post Office.
For years ht has been delug deluging
ing deluging the mails with political pro propaganda
paganda propaganda and letting the taxpay.
r foot his huge postal hills. It
new appears he has gone toe far
by sending a shipment of envel envelopes
opes envelopes to a New Jersey firm to
mail, to its own mailing list.
Gwinn sent 25,000 copies Of a
political speech, called "Ruler or
Executive," to Thomas A. Edison.
Inc., of West Orange, J.J. He ord ordered
ered ordered the speeches sealed in envel-
naval weddings prove that it pays
to be a high-ranking officer. It
may mean the difference between
whether you get married or don't.
Wedding No. l had as bridegroon
capt. conrad w. craven, com- expense
manding officer of the airborne "That wasn't the case at all,"
Early Warning Wing, U.S. Atlan- he protested vigorously. "On that
tic Fleet. Two weeks ago, the particular day I had four cms-
world was in crisis and the White country instrument training
House was worried about Russian! flights. No one of the flights has
maneuvers in the Near East and ordered to CO On any particular
Hungary, On the morning of Nov. route. Certain routes are estab-
17, however, Capt. Craven flew to lished for various training flights,
Lincoln. Neb., on a "t r a i n i n at One drooped down at that base.
flight" just in time to attend his It wasn't established for that pur-
own wedding. I pose. It was completely chance. It
With him went a planeload of was a strictly legitimate training
fellow officers on an important flight in every sense of the word.
mission. They were to serve as There was no private interest ex-
ushers. They stayed in Lincoln till.cept what was purely coincident-
Sunday, Nov. 18, then flew back to al
the home base at Patuxent Naval
Air Sfafinn Mil
What m kes Capt. Craven's i
"trailing flight" Interesting is his
official mission, namely to patrol
the Early Warning Line in the
AtMOST LEFT AT
Wedding No. 2 was scheduled
in i.unt uue Udv caitivi an nnoe sromnnd with k
north Atlantic ocean which is A-1 Maiden, Mass., on Nov. 16. Butsi0nal frank, which meant thev
uciiva 3 .uai iuic ui uncuic mc unuc-iu-ire wa imvo "-"icuuia oe sent tnrough ine mails
gainst a Russian Sneak attack.
When Craven made Ms "train
tag flight,-' the nation's armed
force had been "alerted" up and
down the Atlantic coast and in
other parts of the world.
Craven, however, -seemed to
consider his own wedding mere
important than the world crisis,
for he took his Navy Constella Constellation
tion Constellation off the nation's defense line
in order to join his fiancee in
Nebraska. This, of course, was
done at considerable cost to tax
waiting at Sacred Heart church
In this case the bridegroom wasn't
a Navy brass hat, but a Navy en enlisted
listed enlisted man aviation technician
third class Alfred- Bellmore of'Me-
thuen. Mass. 3
Like Capt. Craven, enlisted man
Bellmore was stationed in Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland. Bui unlike Craven, Bellmore
was suddenly shipped off to New Newfoundland
foundland Newfoundland a few days before his
wedding date. Unlike Capt. Crav
en, Bellmore naa no airplane,
In other words, the taxpayers
not only paid for the free mailing,
but also for stuffing and sealing
the envelopes under eovernment
ffaciUties. The envelopes were
men snipped w jne poison compa company
ny company for addressing and mailing.
They were delivered to George
E. Stringfellow, company vice pres president.
ident. president. Stricgfellow, when queried,
said he had asked for the letters;
had consulted a lawyer, and -was
'It was strictly a traininc flight.' i all Bellmore could do was tele
insisted the captain when asked graph his fiancee, Myrtle Boy ce
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arso lacked the authority to Issue! informed that he was within the
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iugDi oraers ior iiunseii. in jaw.
whether he had flown a Navy
plane to uncoin on Nov. 17.
Asked whether a wedding had
taken place while he was in Neb Nebraska,
raska, Nebraska, Craven reluctantly concur concurred.
red. concurred. "Yes, I believe -there was one,"
He also answered "yes" when
asked whether the wedding had
been his own.
"There was a considerable num number
ber number of training flights that day.
One flight stopped by there for a
of Maiden, and ask her to contact
the Red Cross.
The Red Cross was sympathe sympathetic
tic sympathetic and asked the Navy to let
Bellmore come home. The Navy
refused, however, citing the na national
tional national emergency, in desperation
Miss Boyco contacted Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen John McCormack and Tor Tor-bort
bort Tor-bort H. McDonald, both Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts Democrats. The two Re Representatives
presentatives Representatives protested to the
Navy, and in the nick of time
Bellmore was flown home for his
while," said the captain. "Why are, marriage to Miss Beyce,
This column also asked the Post
Office Department for its inter
pretation of the law. Leo G. Know)!.
deputy general counsel, stressed
that each case must be decided
on its own merits.
However, he acknowledged: "For
a Congressman to turn over co copies
pies copies of the Congressional Record
containing his speech and the env envelopes
elopes envelopes for others to send out is
beyond what was anticipated by
the franking law. Generally, to
have a private company send out
copies of political material is be be-yord
yord be-yord the limits of the law."
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NflAY, DECEMBER 9, 1956
Peter Ed son In
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
U.S. capital city likes to think of
itself as the seat of the -world's
most pcwerf ul government, or as
the source of all those billions of
eollars for foreign aid.
But It has another claim to
fame as the home of the only
complete party organization in
id the world. Good time party,
that is, not political party.
The correct name, as listed in
the phone book, is "Parties. Un Unlimited."
limited." Unlimited." Ea -tier it was known as
'Kids Parties." From a modest
headuarters in oM Georgetown
it can and it does export you a
pc ckaged party, if you want to
throw one, to any part of the
world from Saudi Arabia to Sing Sing-apora
apora Sing-apora and points between and bet
Operators of Parties Unlimited
are fiftyish Paul Hochman and
bis wife. Baltimore-born Hochman
was educated as an engineer. His
wife is a Connecticut Yankee and
the mother of their two sons, now
20 and 12. But the Hochman par parents
ents parents are frequently mistaken for
35 and thej have that much en energy
ergy energy and ingenuity.
During the war Paul Hochman
commanded a Flying Tiger
for the 14th Air Force. Then he
was on the late Gen. Hap Arnold's
staff in the Pentagon.
After the war he developed an
aviation engineering research
project that took him all over
the world. Frequently it kept him
there. He didn't have much home
life, except at rare intervals.
Came the day in 1950. however.
When his frantic flying existence
caugnt up with mm. He was
struck down by an illness and his
die tor told him h3 should not fly
He had a fauily to support and
i s problem was what to do to
make a living. Bv chance the
Hochmans got into the party busi business.
ness. business. They had been through the
strife of trying to arrange parties
for their own youngsters. Some Somehow
how Somehow they got involved in arrang arranging
ing arranging a party for the children of
some other people. And the net
thing they kntv they were in
They stuck to kids' parties tt
awst. xney got that down to an
exact science, but they empha emphasize
size emphasize that no two parties are alike.
Their simplest stock in trade is
s packaged party for eight young
SOMEONE'S OFF BEAT
distracted by a contestant in
that he missed four bars of
band members for the rest
ment was Dottle Bingham,
the Delaware valley.
sters, with matching- plates, dec
orations, snapper balloons an I
a favor for each child. It. retails!
for $6 96 f o b. Georgetown.
The Hochma: s ship these pack'
aged parties aU over the world
U.S. State Department people
and the families of armed forces
officers stationed at overseas
bases are among the best cus
Th packaged parties- include
things that can't be bought over overseas.
seas. overseas. The prices are dime-store
levei, yet the merchandise is
guaranteed quality stuff, with dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive touches and no repeats.
From this simple party problem
solver for perturbed parents the
Hochman-arranged parties go on
up in elaborateness to anything
the customer wants. Biggest kid
party they ever arranged was- for
1800 youngster The price was
At national conventions of big
organizations, the Hochmans will
take over the handling of the del
egates' .children, complete,
iney ii oaoy-sit mem, ieea inem,
entertain them and cuddle them
It was only a. matter of time
before the Hochmans got into ar
i . ...
ranging parties for adults. This
became more involved. First
thing they knew they were hiring
artists, caterers, entertainers, or
chestras, masters of ceremonies,
or Whatever it tpo.
Sample one of their prize at
tractions is a Viennese refugee refugee-fee:
fee: refugee-fee: $300 a nig'.': who is a pro professional
fessional professional iiiftructw of police on
the methods of pickpockets. He is,
naturally, a gtod one himself.
At a big patty he goes through
the crowd, up to the head table
and then reveals the things the
gi-.ests hadn t missed up to then
If you sat up election night and
saw the Repubi.can victory par
ty on TV, with all- those paper
shakers used for the applause and
cemonscrauons.wat was a Par
ties Unlimited job.
They steer clear of the Elsa
Maxwell. Porte Mesta or Gwen
Cafrits type of spectacular party
for people who wvnt to shoot the
works. They think such competi
tive party-giving psychologically
.They recommend quieter inex
pensive parties with good food.
pleasant company and everything
ui the best of taste.
The accordionist, right, was so
a beauty contest in Levittown, Pa.,
music and was behind the other
of the tune. The distracting ele
tot the, UUe "Qkm.rVllimhltmm, mimmkt MmmiBmrt-f ,nai imimt Sat Bilko? Oh. .Senator.1 Yon have a
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Your Honor, sir, I wish to plead
innocent of falsification of tax re returns
turns returns on my children Schooor Schooor-kel,
kel, Schooor-kel, 9, Miss Mam'selle, 7, Satchrao,
five months, and Mrs. Gwendolyn
Wentworth Brewster, also five
I didn't know I done wrong when
I listed all these dogs as depend
ents. I thought all along that any
thing that et, got sick on the rug.
needed constant ineoical attention,
nursemaids, trips to the barber.
and such as that, was just natur naturally
ally naturally a dependent.
I see by the papers that a trrea trrea-ter
ter trrea-ter porter who listed his dog as a
dependent narrowly missed going
to jail for what the Governement
considers fraud. The poor guy is
on a three-year probation, and the
former dependent, named Duchess
(alias Doris), can t hold up her
head in the park because her old
man is little better than a crimi criminal.
nal. criminal. ?
Your Honor. Massa Boss. suh. I
pleat the court's indulgence when
I $ay that it is a matter of law
that a man can write his mistress
off his income tax ($600 worth) to
such a point that the House Ways
and Means Committee is trying to
get the admission struck off the
This whole thing is predicated on
listing as a household dependent
isyng as a household dependent and coulq never make a living on1 Florida.
Walter Winthell In New York
GOOD NIGHT BROADWAY I
GOOD MORNING BEVERLY
TWA Sleeper, Idle-
Wild, N. Y.
to international Air-
port, L. A.: That
a luru at
'The Little Club
Dick Shawn's "Talent Scouts Los
mar's hair. Such name-calling! ...
A famed teevee comedian passed-!
out (after a dozen Martinis) in The,
iur boiz woom ... ine rupi cam-
pos (Betty Clooney) are booked at
expect another image,
i next june
. Thanks to The Nation
al Theatre landlord, H. Fromkes.
"hp first In ntfw thp Kunvnn Klinn
free Office space ... Heard atJohn
ny's Keyboard: "Boy! Didja see
that arrangement ring he gave
her?" ...Hottest Scandal in Town:
One of the most famous names in
TV will be hit by a paDaternity-
suit. Unless he keeps the 5 year
ago pledge, etc. (Stoopitttttt!)
It was Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
who got the divorce. He's of the
N. Y. Times clan. We recently
broadcast Mr. Sulzberger will soon
merge with Carol Fox, dahtr of
David Fox, one of the Jay Thorpe
storekeepers ... Intimate nais 91
Mrs. Tommy Dorsey (Woolie Don Donahue
ahue Donahue and Marianne O'Brien) were
not at the funeral ... Producer,
Brynie Foy and "Miss Honda inlBiane (Via Harlequin) Featur Featur-the
the Featur-the Miss America Pageant this ina a,r tneip p)ftv 0)dies. "The Trol-
year) are, a new A-J. romantic
sauce'... Spike Jones applied for a
pistol permit. Under the name 01
Lindley Jones ... we start narrai
ing "Beau James, th story a-
bout ex-Mayor of N. Y. James J. amcjnolone .. All patients (they form any final conclusion. The sev sev-Walker
Walker sev-Walker (played by Bob Hope,) to-. N Year's Eve (Dec. 31) in1 en Trendex rcoorts show that in
morrow In Glrltown... Sponsor, the
magazine has an angry editorial! Roosevelt sioan-Kettering Insti Insti-about
about Insti-about Madison Avenue ad agencies (of mC) reports a new hor horsed
sed horsed networks. Sponsor's next is- ,0or s victms, U is
sjic Will have our comment That fa Tr,.
WSs TVenus Mary Sinclair and J ,.:-, fthev
comnoser Frank Loessner swap- am.c'"olo"?.v Ab.?5K! iS Jl
ping Baby-Tawk at Romeo Salta's.
They ire calling It Lisa Vagas
sinct My Fair Lisa Kirk's smash
click at El Raneho..,Robwrt Sher Sher-wood's
wood's Sher-wood's latest Decca is a weepy.
"A Woman Ages Long Before a
11 .1 n..l I k 11 m
man. nmmm ""'" ".7"r.. ,1 t ...u;i.
("The Dynamic Mis Douglas") is
being affectionately h v 9 9 e d by
disc-iox almost wirywher
Thanks, Gentlemen. She r a t
your embraces. Big talent. The'
Colony Music Store (on Bway near,
52nd) reports: "Terrific demand"
... Might clubs from the Eden Roc
Hotel (Miami Beach) to Chicago's
"Kelly's" want Norma's act. She fedora-case out of it!" ...4l8iiio
ain't got no act yet. She's fust on-i from Girl Friday: "Are you inter inter-ly
ly inter-ly very oooofffffl ... The folks wo rsted in faking over Steve's night
will miss mast at Winc'vatl-Moioc-; ly hour? First 15 minutes News-
co: "The checkroom git-Is. (More the rest Variety? Or going on were rated in
tfttfiy AjKman upfMCMMt
By BOB RUARK
any individual with whom be has
a relationship that violates a "lo "local
cal "local law."
My dependents may violate the
divans, but they don't violate loeal
laws. They all got licenses, rabies
shots, anti-distempers. And when
I think of what kind of business
they throw at the local furniture furniture-menders,
menders, furniture-menders, drv cleaners t al I
vould say that they are of infinite
more benefit to the community
Why tunnel Judge, suh, if chil chil-lun
lun chil-lun wore out shoe leather like my
dogs consume it orally, every cob cobbler
bler cobbler in creation would have a Ca Cadillac.
dillac. Cadillac. The dogs' mama keeps the
local druggist in business in liver
pills and vitamins.
I don't like to talk out of school,
but Mams said one time when she
. i ......
was feeling poorly: "Why don't
you get yourself a mistress At
least thev are Herlnrtihlo whis-h is
more than I can say for these (de-
Now you take Miss Mam'selle.
French-type indescribable who
Weighs a hundred pounds and
seems compounded equally of
mush-ox and bear. She sprouts
hair like a Merino sheep, and has
to go to the hairdresser oftener
than her. mistress.
She. alsc eats enough to keep a
tiger fighting fit. Also she's stupid.
and could never make a living on
ley Good FeHewl" ... One of the
grandest toys loft us Saturday
night, Fred P. Duffy, Exec. Mgr.
of the Hotel St. Merits. Made us
all cry when ho suddenly got very
tired and went to (Imp. Every staf-
for and permanent tenant at the,!a$e Fred AUen so on.... We
St. Merits mourns ... Talent scouts t- JL u in.
wHl .croon to Lym, Rmor.,
ouk look Great.
Georgie Price, ex-star (now a
Member of the N. Y. Stock Ex
Penny and her groom (John Lar
sen) in Phillv ... Broadway Dfav
I producers Rita AUen and husband
u ..,11 ir... i-,.
vBoi TOiu uuci mail, vvuhwi
;iv's latest in Feb. It is "Hunter's
Moon." They will give The Runyon
cancer Fund the $10,000 they plan-
ned spending on Yule gifts for kin,
friends and associates. (Thanks)...
The box-office staff of "Girls of;
Summer" at The Longacre re
nnrta- "CiutU'v snW another 10
tickets every perf if the Fire Dept.
allowed it! "...The McGuire Sisters'
new record (Coral), "Children's
ITaIMow A onntf fnr avarv mnnfh
ixvtxwmj "WH(, V. V. ... ..........
... Toni (our alternate soonsor) al-
'Martin a Blane Sing Martin a
lev Song "Love," "Boy Next
1)oar '"Have Yourself a
Mer Christmas," etc
Masked Bai, .. ,toT
Be Town of ltaiy)
r Ballroom of the Hotel
few weeks ... Marilyn Monroe was
jittery and muffing her lines while
makina "Sleeping rince" with Sir
Laurence in London. Her coach
(Mrs. Lee Strnsburg) comforted:
Now, Darhng, you must tMnk-otfUjg survey rited us for Sept
omy nappy uiawwi
Sir Laurence her leading man,
groaned: "Just think of the line
deawe! Al Hibblers version i cf
"While Christmas" (Decca) is the
best sing since Ring's The Ink
Spots' Charles Fuqua memos:
"You wear a hat on teevee and
right away evvvy buddy makes a
her own. Is that a dependent or
Take the big dog, Schnorkel, On
boxer. He got mixed up with a
woman of easy virtue, and before
I knew it he had landed me with
nine offspring. Apart 'from this ef effort,
fort, effort, that dug never worked a day
in his life. One lapse and boom!
Nine extra dependents.
Fortunately we found hemes for
seven, but the two villains remain remained,
ed, remained, and baby boxers are the only
completely omnivorous critters in
They eat shoes, typewriters, di divans,
vans, divans, rugs, each other, me,
friends, business acquaintances,
upholstery, soap, photographs, and
They need beds, blankets, food,
service, doctors, nurses, trans transport,
port, transport, education, and slaves.
These ain't dependents? I do not
call attention to their legitimate
estate either, or the fact that I
have saved them from being
wards of the State.
I summing up, Your Honor, if
tney are going to put mistresses
off limits as dependents, please
could we not substitute dogs?
Man, I'm desperate, and my rubber-bone
and toy-cat fund is dwind dwindling
ling dwindling wors" than a man's money
which got shot on mink coats for
off-side deductibles named Flo. In
We recently reported we would
turn over to Cong-probers docu documentation
mentation documentation that TV-radio "ratings"
were damaging to accredited en entertainers.
tertainers. entertainers. Such as Wally Cox,
Imogene Coca, Betty Hutton, the
wT simo v wanted
stand to convince our readers ...
Our files (and radio scripts) show
we panned "ratings" even when
we led the pack as a commentator
n"r "l 3 "t
tor many years ... Since we an-
find. He will fling a lawsuit before
the end of 1966, he says, against
a deputy lor a major TV-radio
, . i .
The 'awsu,.t m a"
J"06"1 laFe m.oney JPa
arithmeti: which put (deleted
I y tne editor) m the Number One
8001 vovtrtugiif) where (the party
jconcerneoj naa never Deen wasn i
cyen m ine niKt, uivision: ... inc
Dept of Justice and The Federal
Communications Commission are
invited to demand the "proof" be before
fore before it reaches the court.
Letter from our ciggie sponsor's
ad agency top brass: "Dear Wal Walter:
ter: Walter: We want to make it clear a a-gain
gain a-gain that cancellation of the Fri Friday
day Friday night TV time (which forced
dropping your shov) was brought
about by a sudder. change in mark marketing
eting marketing strategy. Ratings had no-
.thing to do with the decision, as
some critics seem to indicate. Ac-
the benefit oftually, there hasn't been time for
Tn will be nnsmcrh rif fti rutin errnnrfu tit
the majority your program led
the competition Friday eve at that
time. There have been only two
NieUens. You ran neck and ne:k
with one competitor in those. You
have every right to be proud of the
fine entertainment you presented
from the very first Show which re received
ceived received high acclaim from most
reviewers. Especially, the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful Jimmy Durante show last
rtt- -i I Jim . AiV
we uiob snrrr tiswi-. ugt. d! ...
Nielsen's first survey (Oct. 5) took
cur temperature in only 90 cities
and a competitor in 130 cities!
We came in First, anyway. (See
how ridic It is!) ... On Oct. 12 they
took us in 08 citiss and our two
competitors in 118 and 128 cities
and our ra ;in? div2d slightly ... On
Oct. 19 (with only 20 minuses be because
cause because Ike'.s party bought 5 minutes
of the time) vife were surveyed
In 10- cities The 30-minute rivals
118 and 128 citis ...
SUNDAY CROSSWORD PVZSJT ffo. MS Release October T
HIS WOOD was brought, for .the fire on which the fudge was
made. This is a principal street in Anton.
No 12-Family Apartments in the Interior
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too hard to make and represent
too much work.
The nets are purely for home
use. In addition to making them,
he also repairs them, sitting in
front of his house on the highway,
watching the cars go by.
Living with the friendly net man i of bananas,
is his mother, a real matriarch brown sugar.
judged by local longevity stand- Wrapped in leaves from a palm
ards. She was living in ranama tree, it is sola arouna town ana is
hind a house on one of the prin principal
cipal principal paved streets. In a big ket kettle
tle kettle over a crude atoVe of stones,
a woman was vigorously, stirring I
her fudge with a long stick.
The fudge, which has a different
name locally, Is composed mainly
coconut and native
when it was a state ot COlomoia
a rather neglected one.
She has seen the Republic from
its swaddling clothes to the pre present,
sent, present, and wnen I took her. plcvure
she grasped a Panamanian flag in
her hand and told me with pivle
that she haJ been a Panamanian
since there was a Republic of Pa
She preferred the traditional
clothes of prior decat.es, but at
the foot of the stairs there was a
as typical in Panamanian villages
as Hershey bars are on the Zone.
To keep her stove hot, the An Anton
ton Anton cook used wood. And she was
having a load of it delivered as we
happened by. The unusual thins
was that it was fetched by an ox
cart. I do not recall ever seeing
oxen so close to Panama City as
(I will qualify this statement a'
little. I do not recall seeing a pair
of oxen with a cart. Actually, a
group of children, some of them couple of years ago, I photograph
probably her own grandchildren ed a single ox, carrying packsad packsad-or
or packsad-or great-grandchildren. They cried 'dies like a' horse or burro, on the
happily "ra.ce our picture" and I road into El Valle. Later I saw
when I did, some were hiding 'the ox again, with a tremend
their faces, others looked pensive, load, but carried in baskets as a
arm tney aiun t appear to De tne pacic loan ana not in a can,) i
same o.ies wno, seconds before,
were begging for the picture.
There was no pensivenss, no
hiding, when we doled out a smail
ration of candy to each individual
kiddie a few minutes later.
It is only out of deference to my
colleague and associate, M. B
Huff, that we don't have a i-iiuj
of a bohio. I like to take pictures
of then. ,j me, no two too- a ;..e.
They have as much individuality
at least, as Cunal Zone quartet
in which u.e occupants have remov
eu the pa.iL.ans. added wans out outside,
side, outside, en.ar0ed the patio, built in
vai.ous anu sundry appurtea...;i.-,
etc. Uiey have a
basic styloo. Tha is, they
In the background of the picture
showing the chap picking up the
wood in front of the house, is a
small 'dobe house. At least it looks
like it. Actually it is a tiny thea theatre;
tre; theatre; There was a sign in front ad advertising
vertising advertising the next feature. 1
I mean to check fwo items of
treat importance my friends in
.he motion picture business but
c'idn't get to it. These were (a) has
TV interfered with attendance,
and (b) hqw is the popcorn doing?
Not taken this trip, but typical
of some of the things one sees, is
the photo of the mules eating bana-,
nas. This is no gag; it is a staple
dozeni food for the many mules used by
ao toj ihls company. The picture was
1 taken by my wife on a visit to
A severe critic, Huff accuses rael Puerto Armuelles, a trip we would
of having u.,c.i one picture of an like to repeat.
Interior uo.i.j ,.en years ago, a.idl That documentary picture in Pe Pe-using
using Pe-using thai same picture, with uif 'nonome snows that fa:ts aren't al al-fe'rent
fe'rent al-fe'rent ca.-viij and occasioiai rt- wayi wha.t they seem to be. Since
toutllliig oi idle photo, ever Since.' "hat horse has a saddle on, you
That is s.inp y not true. I am probably wouldn't be willing to a a-preparcd
preparcd a-preparcd to ma., an affidavit that ?ree that he is being ridden bare bare-I
I bare-I have two pic tires of bohios ack. I submit that he is being
which I have been using for ten ridden bare-back and bare-botto. 1 1-years,
years, 1-years, by cha.ising the captions ed as weli.
and retouching the photos. Let the That tittle fellow with the long
truth be kna-v.i! undershirt and a quizzical look is'
As a boy I bved fudge. Increae- buried-in-the-interior chap.
ing years have not dimmed th e lives a couple of hundred
affection. I have seen it made in Jfards from mocumen airport. Be Be-many
many Be-many and odd pots and pans, and-re he starts making regular vis vis-som3times
som3times vis-som3times in what old New Eng-';" to the EJ Panama coffee shop
land characters called "a spider.".10 jt busy terminal, he's going
That would be a cast iron frying, to have to assume more sartorial
pan to you city folks. sartor.
Up in Anton (ever been that far ere 1 Y.e run out of space and
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or The Best In Fotos & Features
. It's The Sunday American
iaven t told you about the cond
towns of Panama, which unfortun unfortunately
ately unfortunately don't have the personnel or
school buildings in the interior
equipment to-match their exteri-
from the Zone ) which has- a
concrete highway all the way from
the Canal, 1 saw the Panamanian
equivalent of fudge being made
recently. equipment to maicn Wieir exten-
It was in an outdoor kitchen be- ors. Another time, mebbejr.a-Sa. g.r
Siusdat American SiiBalcaaal
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1956
Review Of The Week
JOSEPH CARDINAL MINDSZENTY has revealed
that he underwent botn physical and menial tor torture
ture torture during his eight years in a Communist Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian prison. Mindszenty 3uysln an interview publish published
ed published in a national magazine (Look) that he was beaten
repeatedly with a rubber hose. He said he nearly died
onee following 29 consecutive days of torture.
Government sources In Melbourne. Australia say
they have received a number of applications from
members of the Hungarian Olympic team who want
to stay there after the games are over. But one spokes spokesman
man spokesman said it is too eany for any official action since
the Hungarians have passports that are valid until
tne middle of January.
A pair of turncoat G.I.' from the Korean War
toucned their native soil for the first time in six
years. Artie Pate, of Caroondale, Illinois, and Aaron
Wilson of Urania, Louisiana, arrived in Seattle, Wash Washington
ington Washington at 1:30 a.m. They have decided to come home
atter turning their backs on freedom during the pris prisoner
oner prisoner exchange at the end of the Korean War. Both
said ehey're more Interested in farming than Com Communism.
munism. Communism. U.N. military leaders are scheduled to meet with
Israeli army officers tomorrow in the Sinai Desert to
plan the advance of U.N. troops into the area. The
talks also are expected to cover the Israeli withdrawal
from a 30-mile strip of the Sinai peninsula east of
the Suez Canal. .A further U.N. advance toward the
Israeli border also will be discussed.
President Eisenhower will keep one of his campaign
promises boon by making a tour of drought-stricken
Presidential news secretary James Hagerty said the
President will leave shortly before his inauguration
on Jan,. 20. The trip will be made by air if the weath weather's
er's weather's clear but the President will make stops to talk
to regional farm organization leaders.
A schedule has not been set up yet for the aerial
tour, but it is expected to include the most seriously
stricken states in the mid and southwest.
During the campaign, the President promised to
take a look at the areas to see what could be done
for the farmers. He said he would see for himself
what new federal aid is needed and what new laws
Congress should pass.
Secretary of State Dulles has received a clean bill
of health from his doctors.
His physicians repofted that he has fully recovered
from his cancer operation, his physical condition is
"excellent'' and he is ready to resume all normal du duties.
ties. duties. He planned to leave Washington for Paris for the
NATO council meeting.
The Hungarian puppet government has refused to
permit U N. Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold to
visit Budapest on Dec. 16.
The puppet Communist regime said that the date
of the visit is not agreeable to it. However, it left the
door open to a visit at a "later date."
Thousands of Hungarian Women apparently hold
different ideas. They smashed through lines of Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks for the second straight day to get to the
squares where the American and British legations are
They shouted "out with Kadar. Out with the Rus Russians.
sians. Russians. Down with the traitors." They also shouted,
"Get the United Nations to send in observers. You
cannot let the Russians do this to the Hungarian
Hungarian police tussled with the women. Scores
of them were arrested and carted off in trucks. Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks also tried to turn back the angry women.
One interested spectator to the Communist tactics
Was the visiting Indian Ambassador to Moscow. He
watched for a while from a jeep then told the driver
to go on, spying, "We have seen everything."
The withdrawal of AngloNFrenh troops from Egypt
-"Operation1 Harridan "moved into full swing today.
Some 2500 Allied troops boarded ships at Port Said.
The mass evacuation of the Canal Zone, in keeping
with Anglo-French promises to the United Nations, is
expected to take two weeks. There are 11,000 troops
Tension mounted as the evacuation really got under
way. The Allied attitude Is shown In the name "Har "Harridan,"
ridan," "Harridan," which means wornout hag. As for the Egyp Egyptians,
tians, Egyptians, they lined the streets and jeered as the troops
marched by. And pictures of Egyptian President Nas Nasser
ser Nasser were plastered on walls in open defiance of the
In Jerusalem, an Israeli foreign office spokesman
said the commander of the U.N. emergency force will
meet in the Sinai Desert with Israeli military offi officials.
cials. officials. They will map the Israeli withdrawal and Unit United
ed United Nations advance into the peninsula.
Rebel members of British Prime Minister Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Ede.n's Conservative Party havj launched a
drive to dump him from his top post.
The rebellious Tories plan to hold back enough Totes
ou a vote of confidence to force Eden to resign with without
out without causing the downfall of the entire Conservative
The rebel Conservatives estimate they have a total
of about 35 votes.
The leader of the rebel Conservatives Captain
Charles Waterhouse says -the move was decided
upon as the best way to emphasize the disagreement
with the government's Middle East policies.
However, the rebels are known to be arranging the
list of abstainers on the confidence vote with mathet
matlcal care to make sure the Conservative govern government
ment government remains in power. A no-confidence vote would
bring on a general election, with, the chanee that the
Laborites might win.
Austrian and Hungarian border guards witnessed
dramatic but sad scene today.
They watehed a Hungarian farmer march off into
PANAMA LEGISLATORS -gave final approval this
wepK lo a bill which strucK hard at l-anamanian
employes of the Canal Zone who have paid little or
no income tax since this particular phase of the 1955
Pauama-UJS. treaty wcTit into etfect at the beginning
of the year. ...
The bill prohibited individuals from collecting debts
from the government and from paying municipal tax taxes
es taxes on private automobiles unless the interested party
can produce a "paz y salvo" something tantamount
to a clean bill of health with the government with
regard to Income taxes.
Friday, Municipal Treasurer Victor D Anello an announced
nounced announced that the sale a license plates would begin
Monday and that no extensions tor procuring plates
will be made after Dec. 31.
This will probably mean that come midnight New
Year's Eve a large number of private automobiles will
be out of circulation until their owners, some of whom
will be losing their commissary privileges the same
day, can find enough money to pay up their income
tax with the surcharge Imposed for being In arrears.
Bad news also arrived for some 4000 retired em employes
ployes employes of the Canal and the military services. As of
Dec. 3i, those retirees who live in the Republic 0
Panama will lose their limited commissary privi-
For the past 20 years, these old timers Panama Panamanians,
nians, Panamanians, VS. civilians and annuitants of other nation nationalitieshad
alitieshad nationalitieshad Been permitted by Panama to spend about
a third of their pensions in Canal Zone commissar .es.
The provisions of the 1955 treaty under which non non-U.S.
U.S. non-U.S. citizen employes in duty status lose their commy
cards If they live In Panama Is understood to have
brought the old-timers' status to the fore.
- The first cabinet change struck the administra administration
tion administration of President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., but it
das a deliberate shakeup to move a close friend of
the President into a higher onH more durable po position.
The resignation of Education Minister Angel Lope
Casis was readily accepted so that he could be narotd
to the Supreme Court, where he may be made Chief
Assemblvman Victor N. Juliao, who served as sec secretary
retary secretary general of the Presidencia during the last ad administration,
ministration, administration, was named to succeed Lope Casis.
In addition to the appointment of Lope Casis. who
was named for a 14-year term, President de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia also put ex-Attorney General Victor A. de Leon
in the Supreme Court for a 12-year term and re renamed
named renamed Justice Dr. Ricardo A. Morales for ten more
Foreign Minister Aqulllno Boyd, who headed Pan Panama
ama Panama s delegation to the United Nations General As Assembly's
sembly's Assembly's opening sessions, returned to Panama after
meeting and lunching with State Department officials
in Washington, where oe left a favorable impression.
Boyd said the State Department had pledged to
press for a single wage scale for Panamanians and
Americans on tne Canal Zone.
U.S. Sen. George D. Smathers (D-Fla.) promised
Panama lawmakers his wholehearted cooperation in
matters concerning Panama and the U.S. during a
courtesy visit to the National Assembly.
Smathers pointed out that many of the minor prob problems
lems problems between Panama and the U.S. often do not come
to the attention of the Senate.
It was "June Week" in December for almost 900
Latin American students.
At Albrook AFB 291 military men representing W
countries received their diplomas from Maj. Gen. Tru Truman
man Truman H. Landon, CAlrC commander. Over at Ft. Gu Gu-llck,
llck, Gu-llck, next day, 301 Latin American officers and en enlisted
listed enlisted men lined up for diplomas presented by the
commanding general, USARCARIB ,Maj. Gen. Thomas
L. Harrow, or Col. Gines Perez, school commandant.
Sports trophies were also presented to the outgoing
seniors who began boarding planes next day that
would get them home for Christmas.
When the SS Panama goes out of service the end of
this month, the Panama Line sailings will remain on
a weekly schedule, but the days will be changed.
For two successive weeks, the Ancon or Cristobal
will sail from New York on Fridays, then for two
weeks on Tuesdays. Northbound they will leave Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal on two successive Saturdays, then on two
Wednesdays. The six-day run to New York will be
With everything else on the Canal Zone shrinking
or shifting, ship traffic continues high with the bil billionth
lionth billionth ton of cargo just over the horizon. The ton
will receiver big fanfare at Gatun when it gets ad admeasured,
measured, admeasured, maybe on Wednesday.
Austria 'and a new life. while his wife returned to
Communist Hungary and her ehUdren. She was cry crying
ing crying as she left.
Before that fateful .decision, 30-year-old Ignac Ha Ha-betler
betler Ha-betler pleaded vainly with his wife to come with him.
He told her a sister in New York promised to give
him the money to take his family to New York.
But his wife, Maria, was adamant. She said: "If war
breaks out, it will be worse m America than here."
And after an hour, they parted. The reunion, which
has been arranged by bribes to guards was over It
may well be their last.
Mexico City Mexico has ordered the arrest of all
Cuban political exiles suspected of enearine in sub
versive activities against the Cuban government. Of Officials
ficials Officials of the Mexican interior ministry said the order
covers exiles from other Latin American nations as
well. However ( Cubans will get the tightest check be because
cause because of the clashes between rebel guerrillas arid gov government
ernment government troops in the island republic.
THE UNITED STATES took second place in the un un-olficial
olficial un-olficial team scoring in the Olympic Games for the
first time in 20 years.
The Russians, thanks to a surge In so-called minor
sports of Greco-Roman wrestling and gymnastics, built
up a lead of 132 points with only two days of com competition
petition competition left. The Soviet athletes rolled up 712 points
the United States 593.
Russia won 35 events, the United States 33. The last
time America finished second was at Berlin in 1936
when Germany came out on top, also by piling up
points In the minor sports.
Thursday was b day of dissension at Melbourne as
the end of the Games drew near. The Americans pro protested
tested protested against the. scoring by a Russian woman judge
in the men's high diving event, in which Gary Tobian
of Los Angeles finished second.
Even the winner from Mexico admitted: "The judg
ing was unfair from the word go."
The water polo team from Hungary whipped Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, four-nothing, In a game that wound up with a
free-for-all fist fight. A Hungarian player jabbed a
Russian in the stomach with his elbow. Later the Rus Russians
sians Russians began using their heads to butt the Hungarians
and the water In the pool showed signs of red from
the blood. The worried officials finally blew the final
whistle cutting the game short as angry spectators
began crowding the sides of the pool.
A short while before the water polo game some 100
members of the Hungarian Olympic team announced
they will refuse to return home. It was reported that
the only Hungarians who will return home are those
who fear for the safety of their families.
The three blocks of the Olympic village occupied
by the Russian team are all but deserted. Most of
the Soviet athletes have returned to the ship on which
they will go home. The Russians called it an economy
move it saves them the eight dollars a day each
athlete is charged by the Olympic committee.
In the midst of the squabbling, the International
Amateur Athletic Federation formally approved four
world records set during the Olympics. The Federa Federation
tion Federation okayed the 400-meter relay time of 39 and five five-tenth
tenth five-tenth seconds set by Thane Baker, Leamon King, Ira
Murehlson and Bobby Morrow. It also approved the
women's high jump mark of five feet, nine and one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter inches set by Mildred McDaniel.
The Heisman Trophy, emblematic of the nation's
top football player, was awarded Wednesday to the
quarterback of one of the weakest Notre Dame teams
Twenty-year-old Paul Hdrnung of Louisville. Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky won the coveted award in the closest battle in
the 22-year history of the Heisman Trophy. He re received
ceived received a total of 1066 points compared to 994 for
Johnny Majors of Tennessee and 973 for Tommy Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald of Oklahoma.
Hornung Is the fifth Notre Dame star to be so hon honored.
ored. honored. Although he quarterbacked a weak Irish team,
Hornung stood out in virtually every game. He aver averaged
aged averaged four and one-half yards each time he carried
the ball, and also starred on defense.
Hornung will receive the trophy on Dec. 12 at a
nationally broadcast dinner at the downtown Athlet Athletic
ic Athletic Club in New York City.
The National Boxing Association rating committee
has rdted heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson as
boxer of the month on the basis of his knockout of
Chairman Fred Saddy said Patterson's victory up upheld
held upheld the NBAs insistence that he was the man to
beat for the championship. Moore was not listed
among the 10 challengers to Patterson's title. The NBA
rated Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson as number one
In the light heavyweight ranks, Chuck Speiser's tri triumph
umph triumph over Willie Hoepner of Germany last week earn earned
ed earned him the rank of number one contender for Moore's
Among contenders in other divisions, Tony DeMar DeMar-co
co DeMar-co was rated tops among welterweights. Larry Board Board-man
man Board-man among lightweights, Cherlff Hamla among feath featherweights,
erweights, featherweights, Mario D'Agata among bantamweights, and
Memo Diez among flyweights.
Manager Walter Alston of the Brooklyn Dodgers has
been re-hired at an increase in pay.
Alston was given an estimated pay boost of (4000
to bring his salary to $36,000 for the 1957 season.
Brooklyn vice president E. J. "Buzzy" Bavasl made It
official with an announcement at the minor league
convention in Jacksonville, Florida.
Detroit and Kansas City have completed an eight eight-player
player eight-player deal. The Tigers will send pitchers Ned Garver
and Virgil Trucks to the Athletics in exchange for
second baseman Jim Flnigan and first baseman Eddie
The Tigers also sent first baseman Wayne Belaid!
and pitcher Gene Host to the Athletics. Kansas City
completed the eight-player deal by sending pitchers
Ed Blake and Bill Harrington to Detroit. The Athlet Athletics
ics Athletics drafted Ed Blake from Toronto of the Interna International
tional International League only three hours earlier at the annual
major league player draft in Jacksonville. Fla.
The deal was the first closed at the meetings and
It climaxed a two-day discussion between officials of
Detroit and Kansas City.
Flnigan was the big man in the deal from Detroit's
point of view, Garver figured to be the key player ac acquired
quired acquired by the Athletics.
Finigan broke into the majors as a third baseman
for the Athletics. He was moved to second two sea seasons
sons seasons ago and should fill this position for the TigtTS.
He batted .222 in 91 games last season.
Oarver reached stardom with the now defunct St.
Louis Browns when he won 20 games in 1951. The next
season, he was traded to Detroit. Although he has
never lived up to expectations, he still Is considered
a tar better than average pitcher. Last season he was
hampered by arm troubles and pitched only 18 in innings.
nings. innings. He had no wins and two defeats.
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