The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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CANADIAN
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"Let the people know the truth and the country U $afe" ibraham Lincoln.
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Mnd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1956

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Trial

GOVERNOR GETS FOUR "Everybody In .my family drives
my car," Gov. William E. Potter told H. L Homa, chairman of
the 1957 key chain" committee of the Balboa Lions Club.
So Instead of presenting the governor with one of the
miniature 1957 CZ license key chains being distributed by the
club to raise funds for its activities committee, Homa handed
over four.
1 1

1956 News Ratings:

Hungary 1, Suez 2, Ike 3

NEW YORK, Dec. 15" U.-"
volt in Hungary was the biggest
news story of 1956. And 1956 was
"he biggest news Jtear since the
out-brea of the Korean War.
That is the opinion of edlto
United Press client newspapers
who cast ballots in country-wide

P T editors madethaji selections
from a. list of 56 big Events, nom nominated
inated nominated m his weekly Uttf to client
editors by Earl J. Johnson, UP
f.ul LJynt aad general new.

w"nr-unvoted

number two story of thenar and
?u. .-..wtiftn nf President Eisen-

i nnmhpr three.

""'When we began writing down
entries for the ballot we realized
nmmnnlV Dig nWS

, h.H ien Johnson said

year .t
r,T ctnnp nn the list

which would have llfiedJornX
mi in nthpr vears got only

what happened Aug. i m r
,""V:. fit nf trucks laden

with dynamite blew up in the mid middle
dle middle of the city, killing : 1.200 per persons.
sons. persons. But so many other 'world 'world-shakers'
shakers' 'world-shakers' happened before and aft after
er after CaU that we forgot the wci wci-,w
,w wci-,w ourselves until it turned up

i .... .kmnninoi nf events.

Johnson pointed out the wide
nf cnhiARt matter of Uie

in' a vear of wars, revolu-

nn. nri disasters a romanceM

Grace Kelly and Prince Ranier Ranier-was
was Ranier-was voted into the "big tne.-
Another interesting selection was
Don Larsen's perfect World Series
. that worked acainst

same, tv ,v s
the Olympic Games, which Jn an
ordinary year would have been al

most an automatic cnoice.

A point-rating system as de devised
vised devised to show therelativa popu

larity of the various cnoweb. vu vu-der
der vu-der this system the striding oi
the first ten was as follows :
i Revolt in Hungary !fl,931; z

Suez crisis 1.581: 3. Re-election of

President Eisenhower 1,449 ; 4.

sinkinc of the Andrea Boria 1,219;

S Collision of two airliners bver
the Grand Canvon 911: 6. Death

-f civ TWarinpQ in a nieht disci

plinary march and the sentencing

of Sergeant Mch.eon too; i. v

lence m tne soutn over scnooi in integration
tegration integration 581; 8. Redding of
Printe Ranier and ;frace Kelly
482 ; 9. Don Larsen's ierfect World
Series game 394; lQfSoviet down downgrading
grading downgrading of Josef St$hn 349.
The next three ruers-up were:
- ,. li 1 m

The kidnaping of Peter Weinber

ger; the blinding- of Victor Kiesel
and the rioting in Poland.
Editors of United Press client

newspapers abroad now are being

poned on their choices of the ten

biggest stories. Early returns indi

cate the lists for Europe, South
America and Asia will vary con
siderably froif -the selections made

ay AmencanSeditors.
3 Americans Seen
As Future Redhafs

Of Catholic Church

CITY, Dec. 15 (UP)

s XII will hold a consis-

10 vacancies in the sac-

e of Cardinals as soon

irld situation shows posi-

oi improvement, a high

source said today.

ource said the Poop in-

fill the vacancies bv brine-

atively younger pHates in-

high "senate" of thp Rn

lie Church.

could mean "red hats" for

American nrelates. hrimin

Ihe number 0f y S. cardinals to

tne unprecedented total of seven.
American prelates who may re receive
ceive receive Papal rece gnition are
Archbishop Richard J. Cuthing,

61, of Boston; Archbishop Fran

cis P. Keough, 46, of Baltimore,
Auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
61, of New York.

As of today, the average age of

lainouc cardinals is 72.

Twenty-one of the 60 present

Cardinals are Italians and 39 non-

Italians. The oldest Cardinal is A

lessandro Verde, who is '91. The

youngest is Giuseppe Sir, Arch
bishop of Genoa, who is 50.

Regarding the timing of the new
consistory, the Vatican source

said:

"When the holy father became

rope in 1939, he waited six years
before holding a consistory as a
sign of mourning because of the
war ranging throughout the world.
It is understood that he will not

call a consistory now until ten

sion throughout the world lessens."

VATIC!

-Pope PJi

tory to mi

rea coiiffi

as the m

tive siats

1

Thrfi

tends to

ing8
to the

Calht

Alleged Kiter
Lennan Used
27 US Banks

'Phase-Out' Behind Schedule,

But E-Dayhas Pre-Xmas Date

Kids Shouldn't
Read Shakespeare,
Dickens Too Soon
WASHINGTON, DCC. 15 (UP) -A
reading specialist said today
modern youngstlrs sho Id not be
introduced too aoon to such writ writers
ers writers as Shakespeare "and Dickens.
Paul Witty, authority on read

ing techniques, said the language

and customs m much of tne utera
ture of the past are "quite baffl
ing to modern youth."

"Certainjy this is true of some'
of the writing of Shakespeare and
Dickens," he said. -"These works
should not be introduced until
students are ready for them and
until they have been prepared by
acquiring toe neoessnry historical
background."
He did not say at what grade
level this would occur.
Witty made the comments in a
speech at a conference on educat educators
ors educators on how to Improve the reading
habits of junior high school pupils.

"Broker" Claude Albert Len

nan, now awaiting trial on three

cnarges oi using tne u.o.
malls to defraud, had dealings
with about 27 banks In the
United states and Canada, he
reportedly told investigators.

On each charge pending k
U.S. District Court, Lennan
faces a fine of nqt more than
$1,000 or Imprisonment for not
more than five years, or both.
He was bound over at a hear

ing held In Balboa Magistrate's
Court last Tuesday.

Frequent charges of using .the

mails to defraud are brought in
the continental United States.
But it is a rare crime in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. No such charge has
been brought here during the
past nine years.

The two banks mentioned In

the charges are trie First Na

tional Bank of Portland, Ore., m

which Lennan is reported to

have deposited $27 and the

American Security ana Trust
Company of Washington, D.C. It
is understood Lennan deposited
only $2 with this institution to

begin witn. But beiore trie Kit Kiting"
ing" Kiting" operations of which he is
accused were finished, the

Washington bank was out be

tween ?Loo ana i,uu.
Other well-known institu institutions
tions institutions appearing in the Investi Investigation
gation Investigation of Lennan's alleged
kiting are the Philadelphia
Trust -Company of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and the Bank of America,
of San Francisco.
Numbers of Lennan's checks
cleared through the Chase Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Bank in Colon and the
First National City Bank in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Lennan Is currently In Balboa
jail for want of $1,000 bail in
each charge.
He is 36 years old, a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizen, and claims to have
graduated from a college in Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. Bafflegab Spoken
By Science, Also
BERKELEY. Calif. -(UP)-Dr.

Su-Seu Huang, University of Cali

fornia research astronomer, re

centlv outlined the theory that

collision of two clouds of gaseous
material in interstellar space may
be the mechanism by which new

stars are formed!
The theory was developed to ac

count for the presence of stars
thousands of times brighter than

our sun.

Dr. Huang, sneaking at a re

cent joint meeting of the Ameri

can Astronomies. Society, said

that the very luminous, early-type
stars probably are formed in the
compressed layers between the
colliding clouds.

PORT SAID, Egypt, Dec. 15
(UP) Danish Col. Carl Ene-

hplm, commander of all U.N.

mergency force troops In Port

saia, said today the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French withdrawal is running
far behind, schedule because of

French transport difficulties.
Evacuation of the occupa occupation
tion occupation troops originally was
scheduled to be completed to today.
day. today. But Engholm said "E "E-Day"
Day" "E-Day" can now be expected
"sometime before Christmas."
He said he understood the de delay
lay delay was caused by an unexplain-

New 'No Americans
Served' Sign Goes
Up In London
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP) -An.

other "No Americans Served

Here" sign went up on a British

shop today in the current anti-

American campaign.

Herfordshire automobile dealer
Fred O'Neill said he hung the

sign as his "own small protest"

against the United States policy

in the Suez crisis.

He charged that the United
States is trying to Vcorner the

world's oil supplies 1 and doing
nothing to help us" in the Suez

crisis.

"I have no desire to become

part of a 49th state," he said.
One anti American incident
boomeranged.

Amorlmn rtfflitarv attach Mai.

Eugene Sabatlni, of Bristol, Pa.,
refused to take back a house he
was evicted from because the
renting agent felt America's attl-

tnrle was "desoicable."

The owner, playwright Hugh
Hastings, now in Australia, or or-AereA
AereA or-AereA his ent to return the

home to Sabatini. Hastings said he

was "shocked and revolted oy
his agent's action.
But Sabatini had the last laugh.
He refused the offer.
"I'm happily settled in my new
flat," he said. u
Renting agent Maurice C. Holt
had no comment.
Paper Collection
Goes To Calif. U.
LOS ANGELES (UP) The
personal papers of the late Ed Edward
ward Edward 'A. Dickson, a record of Cal California
ifornia California and national election cam campaigns,
paigns, campaigns, are being catalogued at
the University of California li library
brary library here.

Dickson was once publisher of

th Los Angeles Evening axpresa

and. with Chester Rowell. theal

Prtitor of the San Francisco

Chronicle, founded the Lincoln Lincoln-Roosevelt
Roosevelt Lincoln-Roosevelt league that helped elect

Hiram Johnson governor of Cali California
fornia California on a reform ticket in 1911.
A valuable portion of the collec collection
tion collection is a large set of scrapbooks
containing a voluminous collection
of newspaper clippings covering

all phases of California and na

tional election campaigns from

1893 to 1952.

ed tieup of French transport fa facilities.
cilities. facilities. Other sources predicted the
evacuation will be completed
sometime between Dec. 18 and
Dec. 20, indicating the operation

ja running irom tnree to live
days behind schedule.

Engholm said he expected a

detachment of Finnish troops to
arrive in Port Said today to taki
its plade beside Danes, Norwe

gians, swedes and Colombian
already stationed here. He said
arrival of the Finnish detach detachment
ment detachment will boost the number of
UNEF soldiers In Port Said to
1,800, and he expects arrival of
another 200 emergency force
troops by the time the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French evacuation Is completed.

France, U.N.
Meet On Suez
Expulsions

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Dec.
15 (UPl France summoned

us western European allies to

day to a meeting to discuss al alleged
leged alleged persecution and expulsion
of British and French nationals

from Egypt.

The meeting was scheduled

for Monday when the U N. Gen

erai Assembly convenes after a

xare weekend recess.

The French delegation claim

ed its 8,000 resident nationals, in

Egypt have been ordered out Of
the country by Tuesday. It was

anxious to get the matter be
fore the General Assembly be before
fore before the last British and French
troops are wlthdrawan from the
Suez canal Zone.

CARE Supplies
Hungarians With

Welcome Kits

KeeDlns- In close touch with

the Hungarian ifuge& problem
In Europe, the CARE mission in

Panama has learned that 1U rep-

sentaUves in Austria are word wording
ing wording in close cooperation with
other International reljtf or

ganizations ana mgn govern governmental
mental governmental officials currently exert exerting
ing exerting every effort for tha aid of
Hungarians departing for the

freedom of tht west, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Welcome kits comprising such
prime necessities as handker handkerchiefs,
chiefs, handkerchiefs, towels, toothbrushes,
combs, washcloths, etc. are be be-in?
in? be-in? distributed at the rate of 1.-

000 a day. Those to the met al also
so also Include shaving materials,

writing tablet, pencil, .etc., the
women's kit comprises the usual
necessities plus bobby pins, a
sewing Wt, etc. Thescr kits, to together
gether together with blankets for the
refugees, have been distributed

In Eisenstadt Camp, Seitenoerg Seitenoerg-gasse,
gasse, Seitenoerg-gasse, Kernstockplatz, Wolf Wolf-gangsee,
gangsee, Wolf-gangsee, Salzburg, and many
more jcamps in and around
Vienna:
In ; addition to the welcome
kits and blankets, about 30,000
Food Crusade packages destined
for other parts of Europe ware

immediately directed to commu

nity ititcnen ieeamg in camps
Under the direction of the MW MW-istrv
istrv MW-istrv of the 'Interior.

Contributions In any amount

for the relief of the Hungarian
refugees will be most gratefully

Reds Can Impos

Death Penalty,
Rapid Execution

nnrvADccr nL u mm .

uuu-atlji, iec. i j ur A arouo of or

eountfr-revolutionaries go on trial today bdfort a

mry courr mamai, Karjio Budapest announced

to convKted, they could face death Within two hours
unless spared by an "act of mercy" by the court.
The broadcast said the rebate

day in Kecskenet in southern Hungary. The city lies be

tween ouaapesr ana jzegea.
Budapest radij yesterday admitted armed clashes
this week between partisans and Soviet troops in AHe
Hungary. -:J
The trial is believed to be h ffeo'lu,

since the Janos Kadar regime imposed martial taw an
Hungary earlier this week.

tttrnm

The, bjoadcast did not specify
the number in the group to
stafid trial.
In announcing the trial, Ra Radio
dio Radio Budapest also broadcast an

article published

mpport of 4ter worker, r
"It IS now f fn V.llJ

dar will retlrT 7h. soured

"-communist politician
has close contacts with th. v..

r retrima tfi

acceptea Dy nnn VDA .Uon of the Communist newsna- TB--

Panama Ulty or oo, the Vtthti nf rn tarV rourU MCS. hohh JF rr5

nana! Zone.

The blanket kit can be deliv delivered
ered delivered for 4; the welcbme kits for
$5 and standard food, packages
are $10.

The Messiah' At Albrook;
Carillon Bells For Kobbe

Albrook

DIRECTORS of Tuesday's Christmas concert by the-Balboa High School discuss the musical
score for the annual program which will be held at the Balboa Theater. Don Rand el (left),
assist conductor of the BHS band and leader of the Troubadour Singers, and Victor Herr,
director of the BHS music department are shown above. The Troubadour Singers will sing
a group of Chriataaoe earole to open the program at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Handel's Christmas oratorio,
"The Messiah," will be present present-pH
pH present-pH tonifi-ht. at the Albrook- Air

Force base theater by the Canal

Zone Junior College community
Chorus. No admission will be
charged and the general public
is invited.
The performance, under the
direction of Neil v. Branstetter,
will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Soloists for the performance
will be the same as Tuesday
night when the oratorio was
presented to a capacity audience
In the patio of the Balboa Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School.
Mrs. Sylvia Kietzman, who di directs
rects directs the. choir at the Curundu
Protestant Chapel and whose
husband is a doctor at Gorgas
Hospital, will sing the soprano
part. The alto soloist is Mrs.
Napcy Hidden of Albrook Air
Force Base.
The tenor soloist will be Paul
Helton, who sings in the choir
of the Balboa Union Church. He
is employed in the office of the
comptroller at Balboa Heights.
Robert Schultz, of the St. Luke's
Cathedral Choir, will stng the
baritone solos.
The organist 'for the Sunday
night performance also played
for, the performance Tuesday

night. He is S-Sgt. William

Johnston.

Fl. Kobbe
Carillon bells will sprinkle tin

sel on Fort Kobbe 's Christmas
dress thla year.

A new set of the bells, identi

cal to those Installed in the
Vatican in Rome, will be In oper operation
ation operation at the Fbrt Kobbe Chapel
by Monday.

Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Lawrence

E. Ryan, former regimental
chaplain at Fori Kobbe now as assigned
signed assigned to a post in the United
States, began the move to pur-

ciiH5e uif pens to rune ianj
Zone installation.

Mad Search Now On

For Macadamia Nut

RIVERSIDE, CaUf. (UP) -If
you have a macadamia nut

tree in your yard, a University
of California horticulturist would

like to know about it.

Dr. William B. Storey is search searching'
ing' searching' for the rpre trees, originally

imported from Australia, in an ef

for to find a high-yielding vari variety
ety variety that withstands cold. Macada
mia nuts are now so hard to get

that they cost $4 per pound reail

V Am th courts ttm try on

ly those Persons canht in the

act of ernnrnittlri" offenses a a-fflnt
fflnt a-fflnt the mrttal .law decree.

U1 defepHprtH have the right or

counsel ) said.
T'u)j' eF Wnnearans
r;n'red drl"e the freedom
"TVfn mv V Mint to wmk
the m'" to overcom the
wintwwer Aborts re resi'HIn
tmnt the &imgjinrnt of hlf
of FnrVnr; lfta.Pfto regular
miners, it Wat reported.
rirmtlc nolitlcal develon-

"ent also wre predicted for

tnnsar" t th rnmm"n)st re-

'me strove desperteiv to et

h" .rife-torn nation under
control.

pltbfe sources S(ld -fhe df vs

nr ,r"r.i)' in-'t$ TreTir ere

nwmber-d. p- fs;l(3SBrted to pe

'eniFfrw tx'Nv wnn a wm
hv some snM. -toin4st. vho
wa1 hh mis nM table to the
itlllideflant Hungarians.

A wH-'nf'if 'A
nnr that th Sn1eti
F"r row rale It is
Imwospthle for a "orkers-
lrr rnvrrimni" 0 rm.
main In power without the

Mini's Rf IPIIS SBV.

1

days to

CHRISTMAS

SATELLITE TO HAVE TWIN BABIES

WASHINGTON. Dec. 15 (UP) -I week that, the third stage rocket,

Some of the satellites to be fired which will give the 20-inch speri-

mto outer space by the United cal satellite A final 18,000-mue-aa

States sometime after July 1 will

be trailed by two sub-satellites in
their race around the earth, it was

disclosed today.

The National Advisory Commit

tee for Aeronatucls, which eon eon-ducts
ducts eon-ducts flight research for the gov

ernment, said the idea for the sec

ond sub-satellite was thought up

by William J. O'Sullivan Jr., re research
search research scientist at its Langley,
Va., Aeronautical Laboratory.

About six satellites are expected

to be shot into space by three-

stage rockets during the Interna

tional Geophysical Year starting

next July. It is hoped they wilt

take up orbits around the earth

varying from 300 to 1500 miles
out.
las Navy revealed earlier last

hour thrust, will be travelling to

fast it will take up its own path
and come tumbling after the sat satellite
ellite satellite for a while.
Aluminum Coated
But O'Sulbvan's third satellite
will be ejected immediately after
the main one is released. It will
be an aluminum coated plastic
balloon' automatically inflated by
a small cartridge of hydrogen
gas. Its plastic skin, including the
aluminum coating, is only 25 ten ten-thousandths
thousandths ten-thousandths of an inch thick.
The balloon will be the same
size as the 21.5 pound main satel satellite.
lite. satellite. But it will weigh only 4
ounces, plus 6V4 ounces for its
container and inflation capsule.
Eventually larger ones may be
built that can be seen from earth
wit the aaked oyer-

dar.

u,.?othi?re teran communiata.
but of the antl-Stallnist ci!??

anortry front
mania where thev

with Nagy three aZSVJTO

Sfti.rc- .of4

I

ana

.We tie

mm

BK.

ildraaln

as first

.The aeronautical committee said

ure auD-Mieime win ue esperiai-
St valuable in measurement of 4r
ensity jn the extreme outer lim limits
its limits of the earth's atmosphere," It
win help watchers equipped with
telescopes' and radar to figure the
drag of this thin air on the main

satellite.

Information thus obtained afso

will have a "bearing on the de design
sign design of future satellite vehicles,
long range rocket-boosted hyper hypersonic
sonic hypersonic gliders, and Intercontinental
ballistic missiles."
If it were 'possible for an ob observer
server observer on earth to see what was
happening at the moment of ejec ejection,
tion, ejection, O'Sullivan said, it would took
as thouflh a wad of tinfoil had

been tossed out. A moment later! war

the hydrogen capsule, similar to a investigation of people ail
'flit battle" cartridge, would in-1 in? In the area during thiM
flaU the wad U a 20-inch balloon, will begin at once, polke 4tU

BBC 'Casts Life
Of Proslilufe
Without Complaint
LONDON, Dec. 15 (UP) The
British Broadcasting CorporatL
showed the f. ,tZ 7rX.rz2?

lhi?,t,1telerision Ust niht Td
SOOUt the nnlv nrt.t. t.S... T

frr, woy

t" wno inougn
should not have pickedin

S,. 0 ieOT ner w ruin.

J "J government-run BBCj;
voted 90 minuets of its evenina

.nHT iHE

of prostitution. Nothing

dbck m tne life story of Ji

urosuiuie except the
scenes.

In "Without Love" rh.

sented what it believed W
typical life story of a gtri

"luiig. r-arems naa been

weu in advance to d
themselves- whether the.

suname tor their cl
watch.

The prostitute, played by

umi aciress ware Austin,
seen as a girl of IT argufa
her low-income parents ah

frustrations of teen-ff life

provincial English city sum.

uatnie, auaiciea 10 neavy
up and tight-fittins sweathe

her grimy home in the lnd

mia-ianus tor tne bright j
London. There she found

with an American airmail

"going to Drove to voii therH

least -one good American in tall

country.
He seduced her and deserted her
when she became pregnant.
That was about the only part of
the ,show the British public was
annoyed at. BBC reported it re received
ceived received only a "negligible" handful
of protests, but many persona

were reported to hav called ui
and objected that lt was a GI wbe
caused Jackie's downfall.
' 1 i
5 Skeletons Found
In 99-Foot Grotto
CAGLIARI, Sardinia, Dec.
JP Five human skeletons
with the bones of the hands
tied together were discovered in
a grotto near here, police report reported
ed reported today.
Italian money coined in l94t
was found beside the skeletons.
Police said there was other evi
dence to believe the victims hfyj
been thrown into the grotaH

bout 99 feet deep during the last



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Buyers Take Their Livelihoods Away
Piece-by Piece After Labor Unrest
easy operation
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other make!

DARLINGTON, S C., Dec. 15-
(UP) Townspeople glutaiv watch watched
ed watched machinery that means liveli livelihood
hood livelihood for a third of the population
here being readied today for piece

meal Duyers of a textile mill.
For two days the haneers-on

bW, Jl. 600.000, 000 made for the

plan in its entirety, but said they!

wouia nonor mat bid if the piece piecemeal
meal piecemeal sales dil not bring a greater
total.

Stockholders voted. Oct. 17 to

among the 520 former employes of .liquidate the plant because the
the Darlington Manufacturing Co.' workers had agreed, by an eicht-

waieiwd the auctioneer s gtaveltvote maririn, to Rave the Textile
Dane down on sale after cto nf.'u; tt: .t i i

pieces of equipment. sent them.

While addlne machines hv 'lte

Thursday had toted ud mate than

$1,850,000 in piecemeal purchases.

unemployed former employes pon-

aereo ineir future.
"I guess we're in for a roueh

Christmas." one said.

"I've been in the mill for 26

years and "air I did before that was

farm," another former employe.

G. H. Strickland, said. "What can

i ao now."
Many of the workers, who for

years had shared In a $35,000
weekly payroll, had already drift
ed away. The plant was closed
two months ago in a labor dis dispute.
pute. dispute. The only ray of hope was the
prospect thaf Ben T. Comer Jr.,
head of an Atlanta firm that
bought the building, might bring
in new eouinment and a new firm

V operate it.

Comet" said his $135,000 bid was
made "with intent of re-selling the
property to, another industrial con concern,"
cern," concern," and he could offer "no
guarantee of securing j new pay

roll for Darlington immediately."

The sellers had rejected the one

Roger Milliken of Deering-Milli-

ken, which owned the company,
had warned the plant would be
dosed if the workers unionized.

Prudence Tried,
Patience, Too
CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) -When
newly appointed Federal
Judge Paul Weick hear hi firt
criminal case here, he ran into a
test of his judicial patience and
prudence.
Robert Geiger, 32, couldrot en enter
ter enter a plea because he had lost his
voice. His attorney explained
that the accused forger was a
victim of "anxiety neurosis."

-i Weick tok a fatherly attitude

toward the defenaant and coun

selled him not to be frighened.

With the iudfie's reassurance

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Judith Arkwright, four, and
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POLTROOINS AND SCAPEGRACES, I was engaged
in my post-Olympic cooling off exercises in Rolando's
Hideaway the other day, when a character came in with
a flowing white beard.
I took him at first to be the old gent who is often
to be seen at this time of the year with a bell and red
flannel longjohns, but I was wrong. i
He was a passenger who had hired Red's Cantuta
Cab to brine him in from Tocumeh. He had jtist arriv arrived
ed arrived in town, beard grown long with the several-days jour jour-My,
My, jour-My, and white with fright encountered thereon.
Another reason I mistook him at first for the old
seasonal gent was his hunched ;back, as if he bore a
sadcrul of gifts. As he came closer I saw there was no
sack. The stooped attitude came from mariy days of
bending low to push the Cantuta Cab.
All told, his appearance was as surprising as a
Marine from a submarine in, to take an example utter utterly
ly utterly at random, the Navy communications center at Ama Amador..
dor.. Amador.. Thinking of such a Marine took my !mind back
through some of the notable battles of United States
history. Pearl Harbor day, for instance. It has not been
stressed that as of this year, along with the cry "Re "Remember
member "Remember Pearl Harbor,", deserves to ring the rallying call,
"Remember Cristobal Harbor."
Once again it becomes my duty to rectify the ef efforts'
forts' efforts' of historians to bypass the great deeds 1 wrought
herein the Isthmus. Tqlday I will tell of two encounters
that deserve ,to rank high in any roster of high points
in US history.
Fifteen years ago the Japs raided Pearl Harbor, and
it took the combined might of the Allied nations nearly
four years to slap her down. This month the Japs at attacked
tacked attacked again, this time in Cristobal harbor. It took the
Canab Zone authorities a matter of hours to achieve vic victory,
tory, victory, ,j
At4 Pefcrl Harbor is seems moat folk were fumbling
their way from the usual Sunday mornirifr hangover
when the Japs struck. At Cristobal the PanCanal board boarding
ing boarding parbv was descending the African Mark's ladder to
their launch.
At Pearl Harbor Dec; 7 it was sqrap metal, refash refashioned
ioned refashioned and.filled with high explosives. At Cristobal harbor
Dec. 7 it was a bucketful scraps from the kitchen; un unchanged
changed unchanged in any way.
At Pearl Harbor the Japs never realized quite the
extend of their success. At Cristobal Harbor, a grinning
line of then) over the ship's rail assessed the situation
exactly a near miss.
Just as after that other Dec. 7 years ago, the
SUS forces backed off for a breather, and to size up the
situation.
After Pearl Harbor the counterblow came at Mid Midway,
way, Midway, months later:
After Cristobal Harbor th,e counterblow was only
two or three hours in landing. When the African Maru
reached Gambrk, off came Capt. Hyoichi Kanzawa, and
down to Balboa he went to the swift justice of the Cris

tobal Harbor crimes trial, Judge John E. peming talcm
the place of the cumbrous intei'hatiQnaV panel that ra;

tojo s long drawn out neanngs.
Bail was fixed at $100, promptly forfeited as Kan

zawa took his ship soutn into tne pacinc irom sairjoa.
Yup, here on the Canal Zone the Jap blow of Dec.
7 was countered and punished in a single day. Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur took nearly four years, yet gets all the glory.
There's a conspiracy of silence against the great
deeds achieved heffe.
Another exampjei History books bulge with tales of
the siege of the Alamo, where a handful of American
men were overwhelmed.
Have you heard' of this month's siege of Chico's
Bar, where a handful of American women were not.
Ah, a tale to tell, and to tell again and again, around
the campfires and the jukeboxes in the years ahead.
The legend reached, me. but these few days past,
borne by an Indian runner in his cleft palate. The
burden of his story was that Custer had just been drop dropped
ped dropped from the fatings. Likewise Wyatt Earp. Also Davy
Crockett. f I
Displacing them were tie" thiee Army wives who,
. unaided by Indian scouts, penetrated the wilds -of J
Street by night,, and there found their respective spouses
(or spice?) discussing protons and neutrons, the Key Key-nesian
nesian Key-nesian theory of fecon6mics,'and the works of John Mil Milton
ton Milton with three scholarly chapters so noted for their
steady B average that they are Jjnown as B-Girls.
Ringsiders report that early for mimisled them into,
thinking the ladies were striving in friendly co-operation
to slap ants' off each other. Then came a crisp left
lead with a handbag to the side of the head, countered
by a snappy Cuban neei; to the instep.
A follow-up swing with the fingernails to the cheek
missed, leaving the fighter open to a couple of swift
grabs to the hairdo, ,
The scholars scored well with a deceptive revival of
the flying wedge, -gaining seven yauds and transferring
the action to the J Street sidewalk.
One of the 'Xrrny gals deftly gdt under the guard
of the home team by remaining down when decked, and
counterattacking from there' with rat effect, also with
a well-wielded shoe.
A male ringsider caught on the edge of the tornado
was whirred bruised and dazed against oar, like a piece
of a disintegrating turbine.
Two contestants were seen weaw skillfully. Clos Closer
er Closer attention showed their movements guided by adver adversaries
saries adversaries swingin like trapeze artists on their hair.
An Army girl was hooking fast. Her dress had come
undone. V'V "il
Purists noted that tight skirts impede the wi
spread, Jem Mace or John L. Sullivan stance, lend them themselves
selves themselves rather to the nimble, shifty Sugar Ray Robinson
footwork. j ,
The same purists also deplored a tendency to drop
the left shoulder when leading with a right switched switched-to
to switched-to applauding the tendency when a shoulder strap drop-
PCd' At the end of the1 fourth quarter the' board 6f judges
'arrived in ?- paddy wagon, and-the I Street sports fans
don't know to this 4ay which team won.
Odds fof the return match; 6-5 and tak your pick.
Why fill your head with, totes of old Rattles the
Alamo, Bunker Hill, Yorktown, and such-while history
is being made right here on the Isthmus?
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT could scarcely be
other than one of the
' 2428
' tons of cotton carried through the Canal Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday by the Edward Luckenbah, for. one-of them was the
Canai's .billionth ton of cargo.
i If yog want to visualize the grandeur of this achieve achievement,
ment, achievement, think that one billion tons of freight is more than
the Panama Railroad hauls in one day.



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I've Been Ridin on the Railroad
By JAMES BARRETT

o..jx uay. Luce any kid.l aave ai-
wsj longed to riAeB the, ab
.1 the engmeef" ami ee .the
tracks stretch out in front, see .the
soal light blink their message
and feet that thrilling surge of
BAiver a the 1600 ho diesels pull

their load along this spectacular
and historical roadway linking the
two terminal cities. And I did it!
1 saw how the engineer, of the
4:50,, F.H. (Chick) Hodges 44

years on the Isthimia-wieiicateiy
maneuvered the levers governing
the throttle, engine, brakes, car
brakes sander (and many more
that I'm really not certain" about
yet) and how be carefully watched
through his rear-view mirror to
see the dials that show the speed,
shift indications and temperature
(he rides backward on the trip to
Colon and forward to Panama) as
the train thundered along Ion its
mission of duly and constant serv service.
ice. service. Between whistles, lever adjust

ments, gauge inspections and other

more subtle operations oi wnrcn i
perhaps was not even;; a rr e,
Hodges informed me that the road roadway
way roadway is numbered in tenths of, a
mile and showed me his instruc instruction
tion instruction book listing speed limits for
each particular stretch of road.
Sixty is the limit for passenger
trains but in some stretches and

curves it goes, down to 30 mph

and even 20 moh.

At Coroial crossing, Hodges told

me to watch the automobiles.

"Just watch and you 11 see some
fool will fiross ever right in front
of us." And sure enough, as I
strained to see out of both, sides

at the same time, a crazy motor

ist bounced blithely out across the

tracks even as we hooted with the
whistle and as our engine roared

down on him. not 50 ft. from his

tail liaht. i

"They do if every trip," Hedges
moaned. "andI'm just waiting for

that day when we hit one and have

a nightmare accident.
We both wondered if that motor motorist
ist motorist or the one to cross tomorrow
- know Utat it takes' a mile to stop

a train as it goes pounding along
the tracks.
And finally found out now the

road crossing gate knows when to.

liaht up, ring its, peel ana go up

and down.

it. is controlled by an electrical

.bruit, that is closed when the

wheels of the train pass over

When there are no more wheels

passing over, the circuit is no long

er closed ana . no mure kic,

liehtf or bell.

In the Colon yards,' Hodges and
I sal in a tiny booth and munched

sandwiches and. talked about, rail
roadine.

1 asked him whether ne naa ever
hit any automobiles or "people 'and
he told how a soldier boy had com committed
mitted committed suicide by diving under the
front wheels when there) was no
tune to brake the 500 or, 600 Ions
that an average tram can weigh.
The fireman wfth Hodges at the
time kept moaning to himself
"he's a cruel man. . (he's a
cruel man" and he meant by this
that the boy was being cruel to
have them, who could do nothing,
silently watch as their engine mov moved
ed moved on, to the kill. v
Coming back we moved up to
Mount Hope and went into the
yard office to wash up and smoke
a cigarette and chat with the con conductor,
ductor, conductor, R. L. Davis who at the
age of 39 already has 20 years
service with the railroad.
Meeting and talking with these
two men was worth the entire trip
as they are real Isthmians and e-

vet? raoa real railroaders.
8utfcenwf Mew the whistle
alifl we were off to piek up the
night freight with Its 34 cars
stretching way out iato the night
At this tune, Hodges told me maw
he has the record of pulling the

fastest as well as the longest tram
in the Panama Railroad history.

The fastest was the 50 minute.

rash from Panama to Dock 9 in
Cristobal with fire engines to help

with the blazing inferno of Colon m
1941.

The longest was loaded and haul-

led during the war and totaled 74

cars of vital war supplies.

Riding the freight was slower be

cause tne scneoute auows i o r

switching, sidetracking and other

"work," although we did none of
this. We just went serenely on

watching the signal lights blink in

to friendly life as we. came into
their circuits and occasionally

peering into the tropical black ink

they call night to see the utile

green light on the caboose far oft

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in the distance.

At Gamboa I asked why the

bridge didn't go straight instead of

having that ridiculous curve and

my mentor snorted that every rail

road needs a difficult stretch and

also that no self respecting rail railroad
road railroad can possibly operate without

a tunnel.

Hence the bend on the Gamboa
bridge and the neat and tidy ce cement
ment cement tunnel carefully covered
with soft earthy created with sub sublime
lime sublime engineering skill so as to add
this final touch of realism to an al already
ready already super-realistic roadway.
Arid don't think that it isn't a
thrill to come into a tunnel and see
the Vails close in about you from
the cab windows.
And soon we were coming Into
Panama Station where we nudged
tip to the passenger train No. 8 al already
ready already methodically lined up to go
out at 10: to. 1 shook hands all a a-round
round a-round and gave my thanks for a
wonderful trip and as I left, saw
Hodges and the station agent set settling
tling settling down to a cosy chat about
railroading . .though of course
Hodges would soon be climbing
back up into engine 901 for the
night run to Colon.
When r hear the blast of the,
whistle now, I remember Hodges'
lament that "kids don't come
down to wave at theengineers any
more .., there is no more ro romance"
mance" romance" and wish he could see
mine as they scramble to get out
on the porch to count the cars and
wave at the train.
This little railroad of ours has
served a lot of people for a long
number of years and when you
see it wiricf 1 around the lake or

complacently watch from the -tar
windows as the giant ships float

silentyly past, 1, .think there is stnll

plenty or romance left. .but just

not enough romantics left to appre

ciate it.
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Ghostly Horseshoe

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SOMERSET. O. -(TJPW Tat-

tletown, a village near here, has
a ghost, story all its own.
The legend is centered at the
old Otterbein Evangelical Unit United
ed United Brethren Church cemetery
where Mary Henry was burled in
1845. Her gravestone to this day
bears the mark of a horseshoe.

The, story goes that the Imprint

appeared on the stone shortly be before
fore before her husband, James, was
kicked to death by a horse.

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Orders being taken for the new
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Never has the Isthmus seen such
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ENGINEERS DISCUSS DARIEN ROAD PLANS Ralph A. White (center), a member of the
board of directors of the International Roads Federation, is accompanied to his plane follow following
ing following a personal Inspection of the work on the Pan American Highway In Darien. White, gen-'
eral manager of the Eagle Crusher Co. equipment manufacturers of Gallon, Ohio, visited
Panama following the Roads Federation's regional conference in Guatemala. 'There it was
resolved to study means of financing the high way through Darien.
Seen are (left to right): Celso Carbonell, president of Panama's Society of Architects
and Engineers; Jorge Garcia Tellez, Colombia's representative in the Darien subcommittee; T.
G. Duoue V., member of the Engineers and Architects Society; White; Carlos Sibauste, mem member
ber member of the society; and Tomas Guardia Jr., executive director of the Darien subcommittee.

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AT CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Patsy Ryan, past president of the Balboa Women's Club

pours at the Club's party this week. Shown standing are, Mrs. Louise Merchant, who was
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I The Union Club has announced that a Christmas party

for the members' children and friends will be held from 4

p.m. to b p.m. Christmas Eye.

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Friday night in honor of Mr. and

Mrs. J H. Blandford of washing washing-ton,
ton, washing-ton, who are visiting here from
Washington.

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( ol. and Mrs. Raymond G. Hill

gave a cockJIUl party at their
quarters at ft, Claylon, Friday
night.
This is the, "first of a series of
parties the Hills have planned.

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Casey
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Casey
gave a cocktail party recently as

a housewarming to inau g u r a t

tneir new residence in the Panama
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will be held at the Quarry Heights'
Officers. Club on Tutsday at. 12: 12:-30.
30. 12:-30. Mrs. Winfteld Fearn of Mercurio

Jewellers will give a talk on the

history of silver plate and answer.

questions the ladies may pose re relating
lating relating to uses for silver and silver silversmith's
smith's silversmith's identifying hallmarks.

Luncheon cancellations must be

made by noon, Monday, Dec. 17 by

calling Navy 3578.

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orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM
Besides earterfainment by DAN DAN thr YoYo Man
and for the late comers George Godoy plays the piano.
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many personal friends of Consul

General and Mrs. aaias.
ruariM the evening. Mr. DeWaal

presented to both Mrs. Salas and
Mr. Sasso autographed royal ap ap-nnintments
nnintments ap-nnintments made bi H. M. Queen

Juliana, promoting both- gentle gentle-mea
mea gentle-mea respectively to the rank of
Consul of his country for 23 years,
while Mr. Sasso has over 10 years

of service in raoama.

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Mrs. Jack Meretr

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and Mrs. Jack' Mercer of j

a City left by plane on a

on trip to Mexico and tne

States.

as Social For Cristobal

Club

Cristobal Emblem Club will

a Christmas Social on Tues-

evening, at the Elk s Home
razos Heights. Members are

rejinded to bring a small gift

an one for each guest they may

bjra-

sd guests incited the
, Colon, Mr. Jte Ma.

Gonzalez, Mr. lance of tht Diplo Diplomatic
matic Diplomatic and Consular Depatment

of the Ministry of Foreign
H. E. Arturo Gonzalez,

of Panama m The Ha

high civil and military

of colon and tne ai

of the Canal Zone.

the Colon Consular Assoditionand

t. Clayton N.C.O. Wives Hold
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The Fort Clayton NCO Wives

lub held a coffee last Wednesday

Miss Grace Wr. Fated With

Surarita Plrtv For Birthday

Mr mri Mrs Gerrittt Joustra ofii the NCO Onen Mess Mrs Rva

Balboa save af surprise party atMoore, President, welcomed sev-

airs, their home last nigni tor meuerai guests ana extended a cor-

daugther Grace, wno ceienraieraiai invitation to an memDers tor

her 20th birthflay. jtne nusoana-wue dinner aance to
Many of hat young friends wen be held Tuesday, Dec. 18 in the

invited and they enjoyed dancg NCO Open Mess
and partakhfg of the refreshme
Mrs. Joustra had prepared. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)

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"TJse, don't abuse yxur Bill of.
Rights," stated George A. Black,
Jr., Americanism chairman of
the American Legion department
in announcing a feature pro program
gram program to be presented over (3FN-

TV tonight at 7:30. The program,

under the supervision or tne a-

merlcanlsm committee, was writ written
ten written and produced by district
commander Philip R. Houghton,

educational advisor at Ft. Kobbe.

'Many of the adult American
residents of the Canal Zone mkI

Republic of Panama have either
been outside of the continental

limits of the United States, or in
some cases been raised away
from their native land, and have
forgotten many of their rights as
citizens which were gtverr them

by the Bill of Rights. Today is

the annual observance 01 tne
ratification of the first ten a-

mendments to the original con

stitution which had been rati

fied by the first Congress of the

United States by the end of 1781,

and as part of our Americanism
program, we are taking this op op-nortunitv
nortunitv op-nortunitv to brine this to the at

tention of all Americans on the
Isthmus," Black stated.

Many prominent members of
the community are participat

ing in this program. Among rep

resentatives of the American Le Legion
gion Legion will be Black; All Hanson,
Grand Chef de- Gare and the

Gran Volture of Panama, Forty

and Eight; and Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe. Also taking part in the
program, each speaking on his
own particular specialty, will be

Capt. B. A. Darden of the Canal
Zone Police Department; Walter
Mikulich, representing the Divi Division
sion Division of Schools; Rev. Oscar W.

Olsen, who will discuss religious

freedom. Judge Crowe will dis

cuss the position of the courts
in the lives of citizens. Also tak

ing part in the program win be
members of CFN, along with
Mrs. Joan O'Connell, American
Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 1

president and Mrs. Muriel Black,
Unit No. 1 vice president and de

partment historian.

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ou -screen, nave mould

Retort Yewnt: in real life, A grees, but

nas four daughters. As Jim Ande chance I've Vr had to act like

! VICE-ADMIRAL J Francisco O'Ryan 6. (oenteri. Chilean Minister of defense, here Inspects a Joint guard of honor at his arrival at Albrook Air force Base
i this morning. Admiral O'Ryan, acdompsSiied here by Lt. Comdr. K. R. Roberts, U.S. Navy Heft), commander of troops; and Lt Gen William K Harrison
(rlKht) commander-in-chief of the Caritfijean Command, arrived after an extensive visit to the Statesas a guest of the tJ.S. Navy. The Minister and com com-I
I com-I rn&rider-in-chief of Chile's Navy was also greeted upon his arrival by Chilean Ambassador to Panama Enrique Lagreze E. The admiral's visit in the U.S. took

tn the East and west coasts, Texas ana wmiuusiuu. cai nuuiuw vaan.n-c v.. nucju. wmiuananni 01 ine nueerun wavai uisinct, is float lor

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the visit here Other officers traveling wnn nainuiu unyi yiuiuuc ofvui .iuit ipm, ueymy giuei 01 stan 01 unues wavy; uommanaer Victor Wilson,
deputy director Chilean War College; Lt, Comdr. Mario Machlavello, aide to the admiral; and Lt. A. A. Schirmer, U.S. Navy representative of the chief of
Naval operations.

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Singers, Dancers
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Report at 3:30 p.m.
MONDAY, Dec. 17
Bella Vista Room
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Social and Otli

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ontmueu

Mrs. Helen Barrett Entertains
Card Group At Her Home
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club enjoyed a delight delightful
ful delightful afternoon Of cards and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments at the home of Mrs. Helen
Barrett on Empire Road. Her co co-hostess
hostess co-hostess was her mother Mrs. Su

sanna Kotalik. Mrs. Barrett also
a member of the Arts and Crafts
Group used many beautiful and
interesting Christmas decorations

of her own desisn and makinei Clinchard. Juanria Pennington

lending a holiday atmosphere loTHyl'Euper, Audrey Kihcaid, Anna
the occasion. !'

Members and guests present

were: Jacoba Joustra, Louise

Merchant, Peggy Parker. Blanche
Schilling, Ruth Jenkins, Kay Dani Daniels,
els, Daniels, SaHte Allen, Leona Badonsky,
Maja Nordeng, Ruth Bourgeois
Mary Ruppel, Florence Klippej,
Mary Aanesen. Jo Cole, Anna Zitz
man, Helen Harrell, Billie Llndsey
Maxine Fitzgerald, Minnie Curtis,
Flora Hack, Maria Days, Winifred
Graham, Anita Lindell. Maude

Thomas, Dorothy Allen

Johnson, Ruth Kongable, Carrie
Brown, Jeannette McCobbon. Ruth
Bathmann, Claire Irwin, Mary
Trent, Sally Crane, Helen Barrett,
Susanna Katalik, Helen Adler and
Emily Bolton.
The next meeting will be held
on 37 December in the Art Room
Phyl Euper and Mrs. Juanda Pen Pennington
nington Pennington will be co-hostesses.

M o 1 1 y boys from the Hogar del Nino Pa-

nameno. The special request was

made by the members of the Pa

cific Navy Wive Club who will
act as Santa's helpers and serve
the boys a delicious roast beef
dinner. Santa hopes to arrive a
round eleven o'clock and all the
cooks and bakers at the N.C 0.

Club will be busy the long night

thru preparing the dinner and
goodies to he served.

Santa Clau't Will Bring Toys
To Orphan Boys

Santa Claus will be paying, a

specially requested visit to the
N.C.O. Club at Fort Amador on

Saturday to honor all the good

Some TV) Stars Off-S(reeRdbfiH
Young CgmM Use Writers it Home

By DICK KLEINER
NBA Staff Correspondent

"One. thing I'd like to prove be before
fore before I'm done," he says, "is that

not all literate guys are ejfemi

had any brains. I've been a

son, on ''Father Knows Best."

Has two girls and a boy. Itouchie so lon ffrarfn.iiv r.

"My own children." he savsfeettinr hnw t tki' S

icn iue umi i in not as snaro asruaee.

T . 1

Jim Anaerson. l don t come up

wiin me ongnt answers and I'm n Martha Betrntreel The producer

"" cr- mey Keep jstess of "PreaS' Conference of

yu.s mat i m not as good a Air" is aim w f And wiu

father off-screen as on.

loane Clark.' lefcert Young

"My fnswer? I tell them that
Jim Anderson has two writers,
Bob Young has none."

TV about husbanrl Hr Km.

d, Oliver Presbrey, is her pert-

on me snow. As such, he west

gypt just before the trouble

ted to film a press conference

wi Nasser.

ss Rountree. a Gainesville

FU" belle, didn't hear from kM

'Of tew davs V inal v h triot

t through a call to Cairo.

hat language will veil

asked the overseas op

uthern Engliif,'! self

m very sorry," said the oax

erer. "we ard Aniv dh.h mm

threugh calls in ArabM

lav Mi

or ordinttry Eaiihlk.,

Dane Clark: The star of "Wire

Service" has usually Wn pact.

The festivities will be brought to a rough and tough character He
a gala climax by. the presentation; once was- a professional boxer

oi gins lor eacn cnua oy Old hamt nut ne's also a graduate lawver

iick nimseu vauas w. ,. wai wai-son).
son). wai-son). At the conclusion of the par party
ty party at the N.C.O. Club the children
will be excorted to the movie thea,
ter at 15th. N.D. for an afternoon
of movie cartoons.

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is Hko her, one (ike hubby.

I March: He's in the bit time

n0 and offers come in every day
foig parts at fancy salaries.
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College Crop Duting Course
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Of NEW YORK to accept payment for electric, gas and telephone services

at their new La Lxposicion branch on Avenida Justo Arosemena and East

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COLLEfiE STATION, Tex. -(UP)
A full class and a waiting

list nas been announced for an
unusual program offered by Tex

as A. a M. College.

AH of thmjents ace qualified
pilots, ran- flying expwi:

The i class is described as an ence from Yq 3 323 nours some

"aerial appl'cators aeheolr." It r them ar.h-

to, Ph.. h rf.t nrnn. frnm 7. Pr" u ""P"

airplanes and helicopters.

men werw, a -'waitin list" in
case of outs.

The aerial applicators school

was started in iNovemDer, iso,

and was the first of its kind to be

jointly sponsored by a college and
the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

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This year's school Is offered by
the college and' the Texas Aerial
Applicators Association with sup support
port support from the Texas Aeronautics

Commission. It opened Nov. 5 and
runs to Dc. 15. 1
Fred E. Weick of the aircraft re

search center at A. i M., said

cides over

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tract o spy

crops irom ipitnes.
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other aerial ORitlons as abpUed
to farming ba grown.
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Gulf Coast in t40utheast part
of the state hlteWntion eenierns
to sow and fer'U their rice
crops from the f
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Janet Blair: The new star of
Caesar's Jiour I jus everything
about the show except that Sid
and most of the cst smoke cigars.
Off-screen, her biggest passion is
her two dogs.
"They're miiiiature German
sehnauzers," shi says. "We call
them Sam and Buddy. You know
how digs take" after their mas masters?
ters? masters? Well, Sam is like my bus bus-band
band bus-band and Buddy is like me. Buddy
is full of love, restless, quick-moving.
Sam is aloof and dignified."

Jean Davis: She's in the midst
of preparing new show "The
Joan Davis Show" for ABC which
will have her playing herself. And
hep !dughr, ; Beverly, 23, Who
r.U,,..i v.. -.. ij. in a : j

that eon-.j v, Ijjj JL, ..t fa h.p

reaY-llfe Telalonsbip"
"Beverly," says Joan, proudly,
"i a born bam. When she was

no a baby, the first word she safd

was 'Mama' in a cracked voice

the 10-man fliiht class has beenl"1 cropsi bi,rterim,nt.

filled for this year and that two ed with in other par 0f the state.

CiafPmameita de7uazay?m

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mine. I heard that and

opy, here we go.'

ntert: TV's ireltest

claims he comes by

aturally.

in Dayton when I was a
says,;; "my grandfather

Winter was a big man.

'd Jen ah important citi-

Ue days when the Wright

s were the town's native-

heroes. Old V, as he was

catJBti, would never let Wilbur and
Orville alone.

-"He'd see one of them ,on the
street, and he'd flap his arms and
io$er. 'Hi, WUbur, doing any fly fly-ing
ing fly-ing lately?' And he'd mimic them

all the time. They hated him."

just like

Jonathan Wi

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s6d.

Shelley Winters: Her daughter
won't go to sleep at night until
Shelley sings her a lullaby. And
not just any lullaby.
Some weeks ago, Sid Caesar had

a sketch called "Sing You Sur-
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v coas nu ne mciuuea a comic

uliaby therein. Shelley's daughter

eanl it, liked it, and now that's

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THE SUNDAY AMEWCAN

f-A

Don't Fight Fellows Cries Wife

A Wibby RriK How At Her lover

Universe May Be Pulsing Like Gigantic Heart, Report Say;

discovered the man also was
wife hedfellew fat

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harm-

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nereasing

itlve force

tions of

Thdnknu taflfeiulcase

.America 4 tni

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divorce Me dlafU

nndermtiiUr-Hie M

If wittrmot esbljAlkiony
betw.ro,, people wh&love
each, othef enourU to entSai Into
the aicrek bond fc marriage,

nope ,ci inivr-j
rnflo and inter-

tc our' most mmmisr- H

Kane

his Mrs. Gilmore was wounded in the;

hip.
Only Witness

shoute 1

t fight.".

in re-1 Gilmore testinea in me nosing

ay 30 stages of his trial on seconct de-
' . -' "'-

iblic Enemy No. 1

....... L A- I W ll4f (III

.r-,.- Tri. u ,t i i ke.ruhinnihA hnm it winter ere raumer cnrjt5. ik

aSi'to WEirr, onl-v wid the defense rtst-

Gilmore testified in describing his

fear of Poole. WBj
I wax shaking like a man hiv

ing the worst chill 1 was afraid
f him I was afraid he might

kill me. I pointed the Kim down...

f rv efrrtn him tn nnnnlp Him

He told the court that an anony

mous telephone caller uppea nun

that his wife was seeing other

men. He said on the afternooir of
the shooting he told her he was
foing on a business trip to West
aim Beach.

ata

aerlou social
BMjblean is the

livAM rite. One

authority haa stated that foar
out of every ten mrria oc occurring:
curring: occurring: In a given year will be
broken by divorce or separation
within five years. American
divorce rites have' shown an al al-most
most al-most steady climb, alnce 1887
when such statistics were first
collected.' 'Today the population

J. Kane. Pb. D

much, a part of marriage as the
wedding ring, but how you per perceive
ceive perceive them and how you perceive
marriage. And here is where
Christian social thought becomes
vital. We must see marriage as
a permanent institution estab established
lished established y Ood with clearly de defined
fined defined roles. i
WHO IS to define these basic
roles? Can society albhe d. d.-fme
fme d.-fme them? Doea the Creator

nf ian and' woman have any

place in working out the defi-

hffrtth In too mucn or Ameri American
can American life, everyone but Ood haa
a right to define marriage roles.
Ood has' ordained the ends of
.married life: one man and one
w,pman, living together to lead
each other and their children

to happiness in heaven. Losing
sight of these ends for any hope
af selfish pleasure la to miss the

point of marriage it is w tar target
get target why you art married at all.
WHEN ROLES are vaguely
defined, personal insecurity is
generated. Insecure individuals
"cannot be happy, so marital
conflicts multiply and carry
many persons to the divorce

court.

eollectea. 'loaay tne jxjpuiwii m--- ; pi)
f the United States 1 about flvf if" waJare to-achieve harmony

times what It was in 1870; the

number of divorces almost loriy loriy-five
five loriy-five times as great.
The problem of current mari marital
tal marital instability is by no means a
simple one. The answer is not
so much a. matter of marital
difficulties, which are almost as

am

and security in other phases of

our national Hie. we must nav

God's program ror a aouna iam-
ily relationship. We need only
the courage to promote thl
teaching and put it into action,
1 P.ulut fHiun Strvkt, Wukiat It, D C.
I

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DANDY
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Heard 2 Voices

But he said he turned back at

Lake Wales and returned home to
find a suspicious car parked near

by. He said oe.auppeo tnrougn an
aranae irove'to his wife's bed

room window and heard "two

voice one a man's, one my
wife's."
I didn't lm :t mn l
(voice). .1 could hear them mak making
ing making love to each .other."
He said he heard hiaife ask
t.hp mn "where have vou been?"

He said the man rennetf I do the

best I can.. .you know.i love you,

t. a "' f

oaoy.
"I imauinpri thev were embrac

ing. I started shaking so badly I

could hardly stand up. My neari
was beating loudly. I didn't know

what to do.
The auto dealer, who wiped the
tears and blew his nose frequently
said he didn't have a key to hi
house and broke into a aide door.
He rushed to the bedroom, turned
on a light and saw the couple sit sitting
ting sitting on the side of the bed.
"They were undressed from the
waist down," Gilmore testified.
"I recognized Odell Poole," Gil

more told the Jury, "klike Odell

Poole. I had known rim at the

Elks Club. I really liked him."

Gilmore testified that he told his

wife and Poole to stay where they

were while he went into another

room to telephone for a witness.

"When I got back he was stand

ing .up doing something with his

trousers. I tried to push him back

on the bed. He gave me a hook

on the side of my head. He
reached on the table for some somethingit
thingit somethingit looked like a bottle. He
came up. That's when I shot him.
"My wife was yelling, 'don't
fight fellows, don't fight.'
"I pointed (the pistol) low. I
didn't want to hurt nobody."

He testified that he did not re

call shooting his wife. He said he
could see his wife "out of the cor corner
ner corner of my eye trying to grab me...
she kept saying, 'for God's sake
don't fight.'
Gilmore said he expected to find
a man. but not Poole in bed with
his wife. He said the woman who
told him about his wife's atten attentions
tions attentions to other, men had named an
employe of a Winter" Haven bar
who drove a yellow automobile.
The state resteiT its ca.se earlier
after spending nearly two davs

I trying to prove Gilmore shot the

couple while they were dressed.

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gantic gigantic heart, expanding and con contracting
tracting contracting in periods of many b
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This possibility is posed by scien scientific
tific scientific findings published today in

the annual report m uk
Institution of Washington.

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is shown being hoisted to his
perch in a "chimney" atop a
San Antonio, Tex., store. The
giant Santa is more than three
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waves a six-foot mitten in a
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Health Check-Ups,
ivery Now n Then,
Urged to Parents

CHICAGO (UP) The Na

tional Congress of Parents and

Teachers is putting into effect an

important new health program
calling for periodic health super supervision
vision supervision of .children from birth
through high School.
The new program, PTA officials
said, places special emphasis on
the first six years of a child's life
and regular appraisal during the
school period.

Delegates to the 1956 convention

of the National Congress in San

francisco adopted the health pro program
gram program last May. Action was taken

by the PTA Cbagresa after con

sultation with leaders from 20 na

tional health organizations.

Dr. Henry F, Helmholz, chair

man oi the fTA Committee on

Health, saw the dew oroeram

was an extension of the annual

Summer Round-Up conducted for

the past 21 years by the PTA

During this time, almost 4,000,000

children about to enter scnooi lor

the first time have had physical

examinations and the indicated

remedial care under the Summer

Round-Up program.

The role of the PTA in the new
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erate cooperate with interested agencies to
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the community and the develop development
ment development of healthy personalities in

children.

Snipjping Strings
Of AproB Is Hard

SANTA BARBARA. Calif.-(UP)

Young collegians' most difficult
adjustment problem is cutting the
apron strings.

Dr. Joseph E. Lantagne of the
University of California here said

this problem is reflected in a sur
vy w 4,000 men an dwomen stu

dents in eight California junior

and 12 senior colleges and ual
versities.

Dr. Lantagne teaches prepare
tion for marriase. The rise in un

dergraduate marriages since 1940

has orougbt today s, couege stu
dent to a difficult situation, Lan

tagne believes. He wants to get

married, but he still, has tre
mtndous home ties that are dif

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PITTSBURGH (UPl Mu Musically
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SUNDAY. DECEMBER IS, 19
Santamaria'CumberbatchBoutafGymTonif
Bill-Murillo, Perea-Marshall
In Twin 6-Round Semifinals
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

3 csi mmmm

The National Gym will be the Scene of the last
professional boxing program of the year tonight
when the four-bout card featured by a ten-round
match between Jesus Santamaria and Battlin' By Byron
ron Byron Cumberbatch gets under way.

Sanfamaria. ftn ambitious 21- T

year-old featherweight whose
goal Is Isidro Martinez' feather featherweight
weight featherweight title, will be up against a
crafty veteran who knows all the
,tricks in the trade.

iflPfeelght limit is 126 pounds.

x youngster, who is un until
til until in six professional
t. has used a crowding,

hri hitting style to cut down
opponents, among who are
Mntamwe'ght champ Melvin
Bourne, who was his most re re-eet
eet re-eet victim
Cumberbatch, a natural featn featn-iRht,
iRht, featn-iRht, has been shedding

ght in all of his last bouts xo

t outstanding b a n i a m-

hts like Toto Ibarra and

udio Martinez who refused to

t him over a 120-pound lim-

Gossip About
SPORTS
By WALTER C WATSON

flgh

welc

KIM

loan

and

erbatch knot ked out

Jn tneir first encounter

then lost a decision in a re

turn match.
The 28-year-old Calidonia bat battler
tler battler dropped a verdict to Claudlo
Martinez in their only meeting.
.I Cumberbatch and his train trainer
er trainer Alfredo Perez claim that he
Is an Improved fighter since
he decided to abandon the
lW-pound ranks and fight as
a full-fledged featherweight.
The Santamaria camD feels
that despite cumberbatch's ex-
trience and ring generalship,
e colon cutle has enough
punch and toughness to with withstand
stand withstand any Cumberbatch attack.
The two six-round semifinals
listed oa the card between Tito
Marshall and Enrique perea and
Black Bill and Roberto Murlllo
have created great interest a a-mpng
mpng a-mpng fight lovers.
Marshall and Perea were out outstanding
standing outstanding amateurs, the former

During the past two weeks Pa- fcrencr for winter baseball would
i n f 1 l i i... aiL. r .

11

I

JESUS SANTAMARIA
as a featherweight and he oth other
er other as a bantam.
Now they are both in the
126-pound class and should
give an Interesting account of
themselves.
Crowd pleasing Black Bill
takes on the once-promising

Murillo who is trying for a
comeback after suffering an eye
injury to Cumberbatch in a los losing
ing losing battle over a year ago.
; The curtain raiser brings to together
gether together Ernesto Campbell, a
oungster with explosive fists,
md tough San Bias Indian Arias
Mendea.

Starts at 8

The four-r

p.m.

General admission is $1; ring ringside,
side, ringside, $2; and boxers and chil children,
dren, children, 50 cents.

Ft. Wayne May Be
Without Basketball
Quintet Next Year

INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (UP1-

rort wayne basketball fans may
IP be without a- professional team
M next year unless the Pistons start
drawing bigger crowds to their
It lames.

warned
"$5,000
doesn't

BYRON CUMBERBATCH

Coach Charley Eckihan
Thursday that the team is
:n the hole and the boss
like it.

"We've already hail three' or
four offers to move," be said.
"We've had feelers from Louisville
and Milwaukee, but then again we
don't want to leave Fort Wayne

unless we have to."

nama's future baseball stars had
the best and biggest chance to

snow off their wares and thev re

sponded well. ..So well indeed, that
Clyde Kluttz, Chief Scout of the
Kansas City Athletics, claims that
this is the most successful camp
he has ever conducted and that he

is fascinated by the snirit of the

local boys and their desire to play

oasenan.
Clyde, a ten year major league
man. who caught for the St.
Louis Cardinals, managed in tht
minor Itaguet for a couple years
in tha Athletics chain and after
a short spoil as a scout was
prompted to his present position.

Being fully conscious of the areat

job that Joe Nacchio did in bring

ing tne erratic Chesterfield
team that he had last year to a
playoff and subs e q u e n 1 1 y the
league championship and also in intimately
timately intimately acquainted with Joe's
record in organized ball, Clyde
lost no time in naming Nacchio
to be his scout for the entire Latin
America area and his visit here

was to look over the territory and

go over with Joe exactly what

his duties in the area are.
The camp here gave Klutz the
opportunity to see 61 boys
bidding hard for a chance to get
into organized baseball and we
have been authorized to report that
there are three or four very good
prospects. However, Clyde stated
that he will not sign any contracts
locally as he wants to see first if
the teams in the chain can use
these boys; correctly believing that
this is the best way as signing
them here and having to send
them back home because of lack
of space on the rosters would dis

appoint the boys and greatly harm

their spirit.
Clyde Kluttz made no bones a

bout slating that his personal pre-

Lions' Parker Says
He'll Start Best
Against (hi-Bears

DETROIT (UP)- Coach Buddy
Parker, fearful that rookies might
make costly mistakes, said today
he'll start his most experienced
backs today when his Detroit
Lions battle the Bears at Chicago
for the National Football League's
Western Division title.
"We're going to start Bobby

Layne at quarterback, Gene Ged
man and Jim Doran at the half
back spots and Leon Hart at full
back," Parker said.

That quartet has a total of 24

years of experience in the pro foot
ball ranks.

Parker, whose Lions are bidding
to become the first team in NFL
history to bounce from the cellar
to a division title in one year, isn't

marking any predictions even
though the Lions routed the Bears,

42-10, only 12 days ago.

"You can forget all about our
first victory over the Bears," Par Parker
ker Parker said. "This is the only game

that makes any difference now
and it's going to be plenty
rough."

Inviting all members (and guests) of the
EL PANAMA SKIN DIVING CLUB and CABANA CLUB

to a fun-packed evening

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El Panama Cabana Club

be Panama. He stated that had

seen many of the players ia Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela wbu were making twice as
much money as the boys in Pana Panama
ma Panama but who had to spend more
than twice as much to live and
who were ei tirely dissatisfied with
local conditions for playing ball.
In addition to conducting the
camp for the newcomers, Clyde
has watched, with Joe at his
side, the games played in the Pa Panama
nama Panama league with the purpose in
mind of seeing who the better ball ballplayers
players ballplayers in the minors are who
might help Kansas City instead of
staying in the minors because of
the inability of the owning major
league clubs to use them.
Clyde returns to the US tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and carries with him the best
impression of the local situation.
He also carries with him the hop hopes
es hopes and dreams of many local boys
who sincerely hope that he saw,
with the eyes of the expert, some
little thing in each of them that
could qualify them for the big time
of the future. And he certainly

carries with him the admiration of

all of us who have come into con contact
tact contact with him and our best wishes
for a great career as Chief Scout
of the Athletics.
Gossip about Sports takes this

opportunity to welcome to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Mr. and Mrs. Ted McGrew.
Ted is scout for the Milwaukee

Braves and will be in Panama for
ten days. His presence here at this

time centainly is evidence of the
importance that the major leagues

is attaching to this area.

Limited space does not allow
us to say all the things we
would like to about Mr Major
League Hector Lopex. We
therefore limit ourselves to
saluting this great ballplayer
and adding our sincere con congratulations
gratulations congratulations to all the others
for the big job so well done
last year.
Today's game between Cer Cer-veja
veja Cer-veja Balboa and Chesterfield
at Colon is dedicated to Lopea
and he will be presented with
the MVP plaque for his bril brilliant
liant brilliant playing last year.

second place. The Aces, in fbttrtblWallace

. . TT

place last week, took enough points nogan

to forge ahead of Wright Bros,

who also only took one point from
their opponents, Butler.
Casa Yohros, taking only one
point had to settle for sixth place,

with Butler in fifth. Naval Station'
and Powells, tied for the cellar ACES

iasi wee, roiisa- eacn ocner ana
split four points, and thereby re remained
mained remained in the cellar to split sev seventh
enth seventh and eighth prize. t
Pietrowski's 600 series was good

for high Class A series while Rob Robinsons
insons Robinsons 584 series took Class B. De De-Voll's
Voll's De-Voll's 532 qualified him for Class
C honors.

Redskins To Suit Up
32 Men For Game
Against Pittsburgh
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Wash Washington
ington Washington Redskins will suit up 32
men for today's game against
Pittsburgh 31 football players
and Santa Clans.
Ever since 1939, the appearance

of St. Nick has been a feature of

the Redskins' final home game.

Owner George Preston Marshall,

ever a showman, makes a produc production
tion production out of Santa's arrival at half

time and his mode of transporta

tion is a secret guarded slightly

more carefully that the number of

A-bombs in our stockpile.

In the past, Mr. Claus has ar

rived by dogsled, automobile, toy

train, horseback and sleigh. One

year he came in a helicopter tnat

landed plunk on the 50-yard line
"our most effective stunt," Mar

shall recalled today.

MARGARITA LRAGUI
AO R NCI A KAM WINS
FIRST HALF

After being in
place last Week

a tie for first

with the PollceFKudy

Stepp

Assn., ham came through to win

the first half of this season. After

losing the first game to Casa Yoh

ros by a large margin they came
back to win the second and third
games with enough pins to spare
to take total pins for a total of

three points.

Meanwhile, the Police Assn was

losing three points to the Aces.

They hyd to settle for a tie fori

AGENCtA KAM

Robinson
Johnson

Rinehart

151
143
1187
134
146

219
135
166
185
192

214
174
165
224
123

584

452
518
543
461

761 897 9002558

vs.

CASA YOHROS

Brown
Oesterle
Brown

Gibson

141
157
141
193
177
199
867
30

130
98
130
141
168
185
72,2
30

163
146
163
145
137
153

434
401
434
479
482

537

TT

icams Wnn
CHESTERFIELD .
CARTA VLKJA ?

CERVEZA BALBOA

1

Pet.
.600
.600
.250

TODAY'S GAME: (Colon Stadium)
Cherterfleld (Davie -) Cervesa Balboa (Sheets -)
Game Time.- 10 a.nv

Another Aussie Aboriginal
Threatens To Become Champ

744 2333

30 90

897 752 7742423

Prize money will be distributed
next Monday night to the team
captain or his represe n t a t i v e.
Have one of them present.
Don't forget the tournament next
Tuesday night. See you next Jan.
8.

FINAL STANDINGS:

Won

Agenda Kam
Police Assn
Aces
Wright Bros.
Butler
Sasa Yohros
aval Station
Powells

Lost

34 22

32
32
25
24
23

TOP TEN:

Rudy

Spinney

Hoooe

PibtrOwsky
St. John
Hogan
Guest
Martin
DeRaps
Stewart
U i

Bruins Not Ready

To Give Up Hockey

League Lead Yet

NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (UP)

Even with a shaky, untested
hv Real Cheorefils. Although a lit-

t p nemous. Delelice turnea in zi

goalie in the lineup, tne Boston

Bruins aren't ready yet to sur

render their first place lead la the

National Hockey League.

All looked lost for the Bruins

Wednesday when veteran goalie

Terry Sawchuk was hospitalized

with a virus blood infection mat
now is expected to keep him inac inactive
tive inactive for about two weeks.

However, Norman Defence, who

never before had pertormea in a
NHL gam, filled in admirably for

Sawchuk Thursday night as the

Bruins edged the Chicago Black
Hawks, 3-2, dn a third period goal
sapss in his first major league
game.
The Bruins' pictory enabled
them to remain three points ahead

of the second place Detroit Red
Wings and kept them four points
in front of the defending champion
Montreal Canadiens.

175-32
173-30
173-21
171,21
171-18
168-36
167-5
166-6
166
Jfll, 5-

Triple Crown King
Mickey Mantle Also
Wins Slugging Title
CHICAGO, Dec. 15, (UP)-Migh-ty
Mickey Mantle, who won the A A-merican
merican A-merican League's top three bat batting
ting batting crowns this year, was official officially
ly officially awarded a fourth today the
slugging title.
The Yankee centerfielder finish finished
ed finished with a slugging percentage of
.705, according to official figures

released today, and that gave him
a margin of 100 points over run run-nerup
nerup run-nerup Ted Williams of the Red
Sox, who had a slugging mark of
.605.

Slugging percentage is computed
by the number of total bases di divided
vided divided by the number of official

times at bat. Mantle, who led the

league in batting, home' runs and
runs batted in. hit for 376 total

bases, also tops in the circuit, in

535 official times up.

Ed Yost of Washington led the

league in walks with 151 while

Mantle was second with 112.

Washington outfielder Jim Lem Lemon
on Lemon was the league's No. 1 strikeout
victim with an all-time circuit high
total of 138. The old mark was 121
set by Larry Doby, then with

Cleveland, in 1953. Mantle wound

up with 99.

Jackie Jensen of the Red Sox

grounded into the most double

plays, 23, while Jim Rivera of the
White Sox proved the most diffi difficult
cult difficult man to double by hitting into

three twin-killings in 139 games.
Sports Briefs

CHICAGO (UP)-Starting guard
Chester Tabor will be lost to the

Depaul basketball team for the re

mainder of the season because of

a pleurisy condition aggravated in
Wednesday night's game with Purdue.

Stilson

Stone
Halliday
Piotrowsky
Spinney

158
139
112
177
170
756
2

168
165
140
207
223
903
2

169
184
156
216
188

495

468

409
600

581

913 2373

2

758 905 915 2579

vs.

POLICE ASSN
Tully
Guest
Martin
DeRaps
Stewart

BUTLER

131
147
171
191
148

124
166
187
146
178

204
168
170
176
169

459
481
528
513
495

m 801 887 2476

Brooks
Judge
Stroop
Beasen
Graham

152
170
145
143
124
734
30

144
148
200
115
197
804
30

177
112
125
144
149

473
430
470
402
470

707 2245
30 90

764' 834 737 2335

vs.

WRIGHT BROS.

St. Johtf
Schommer
Reccia
Krkendall
Bartram

180
176
118
145
188

165
153
156
181
130

170
166
128
118
150

515
495
402

444

Ry OSCAR FRALIY

9IUBW, Australia, Dec. 15

lurjMove over Sugar Ray Rob
inson because thprp's an

nal slugger heading out of the out outback
back outback who has designs on the mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight championship of the

worm.

lies Clyde Stewart, a oiw.ttmi

timber CUtter who already has

picked upthe nickname t Kille
a bit jacny peabaps but he

moves wffh the speed of a fright

enea Kangaroo and tuts w th the

iorce oi a aouDie-Diaaed axe.

Proof is bis record 37 knockouts
in 39 bouts- which would, be eye

opening even if he was lighting

setups, wnicn ne nasn t been

Tubby Ern McQuillan, one of

Australia s premier fight manag

ers, had a highly prized middle

weight named Clarne Groean. He

put him in against Stewart and

the. aboriginal knocked Grogan

kicking m one heat.

I reckoned right that he was

a beauty," McQuillan said around

the cigar butt jutting from the cor

ner gf his moutn. So I bought his

contract on the spot."

Stewart is rated right now by

McQuillan as "better than Dave

Sands."

Sands was the aboriginal who in

vaded the States, made quite a
splash, got moody and went home
and then was injured fatally in a

motor car accident.

'Work harder, work harder,"

Mc Quillan barked at Stewart, who
facially reminds you of the jut jut-jawed
jawed jut-jawed Max SchmelHag. "Keep
going, keep going." i
Stewart moved. He has a light lightning
ning lightning pair of hands and when he
nits he raises strawberries on his
sparmates. His footwork is excel excellent
lent excellent and he can take- it on tha
chin.
"I saw Archie Moore in my gym
ehas dawn-hate,'; aid Mc McQuillan,
Quillan, McQuillan, looking around tha grubby
second -floor layout which is a

Irmger for Stillman's in Now York

wumittcw; wiui maicning naors of
sweat, and liniment.
.I've had 19 Australian cham champions
pions champions and I want 'to tel- yofr this
boy is. the best in-fighter I've ever
seen and the best at this stage
of the gam .of j any mn I've ever
seen," he added prouslly.
Stewart, a quiet man, in content
to let Mc Quillan dot his talkine.

But he did say "a bloke picked
on me in a garage. I flattened
him.. Some bloke toW me I wasn't

bad with me mitts. So I gave the

amateurs a go and. did all right.
Then 1 decided to, give the proi
a go, too. And, weft, here I am.'7'

Mc Quillan dreams of taking

him to the States "sometime-rbut
the money has to ;be right, you
know." .,

It will be, too, if this boke Is

"all as good as be jolly well looks.

As Mc yuiuan asserts, "i reexon

he's a beauty." ;

807 785 732 2324

POWELLS
WrightJ
DeVoll
Nelson
Dougan
Eder

188
202
139
137
116
782
35

170
160
198
883
35

154
146
192
177
169

512

532
502
474
483

838 2503
30 100

( 817 918 868 2603

vs.

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SOLINGEN, Germany (UP)

Herbert Schade, popular German
distance running star who Won a
bronze medal in the 1952 Olympic
5,000-meter event, has cancelled
plans to compete in the traditional
New Year's Eef Sao Paulo, Brazil,

race because of a le injury.

bchade finished 12th in the 5,000 5,000-meters
meters 5,000-meters and ninth in the 10,000-me-ters
efents of the 1956 Olympics.

NEW YORK (UP) Champidn

Ray (Sugar) Robinson and chal

lenger Gene Fullmer formally
signed a new contract Thursday
for their Jan. 2 middleweight title

bout at Madison Square Garden.

The terms of the new pact were

the same as the old except that

(Fullmer will be reimbursed for ex

penses incurred when the bout,

originally scheduled for pec. 12,
was postponed because of illness

NAVAL STATION

Booth
Lowe
Cannon
Blair
Hoppe
Juskowsky

162
163
163
158
17

180
128
185
ISO
163

223
163
152
191

565
291
511
460
533

825 806 898 2529

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Sprint Race Features Battle Of Record Holder

Opulento, Gonetino, Erie,
Pa Jfelln $750 Feature

This afternoon's featured $750 six'-furlon
sprint for Second Series imported thorou jfhbreds at
the President Remon race track will be a battle of
record holders.

Four of the eight scheduled
starters either hold or 40x0 t
iee one record at throarn
president Remon oval. The
ouartet Is formed by Ocmetln,
Opolento. Brie and Paqutro.

trained entry Opulento is the

possessor of the tracK mare ior
one mile, aqd also forthe mile

lonas tn 3:02 2-5. H reJ"?r
rider, Fernando Alvareg, will do
the booting.
Gonetino. which will hate
leading joctMrj Alfredo VMqnez
aboard, shares the aix furious:
record with ChiroM, Eric and
Kensington t 1 : 1 1 The winner
of todat's-feature is expected to
break this mart.
Eric, ae mentioned before, has
the threerouarter mile

i www
Today's
Races

t i.ii and will be out to im-

jii -----
prove on this performance un

der the guiaance 0I cagJ
llermo Saachea.
paqoiro is the fourth record
holder of the group. Hie 1;2 for
seven furlongs is a time ihat

win Me 1itd o improve, i-qnsis-tent
Braullo Baesa will handle
the St. Mary's Stable star's reins.
Town's Wall, Kadlr and the
in,.in.3ilotbmpn entrv com-

tofite thTllst of eight scheduled
. A aa. smnn

starters. Tne entry ric b b-chance
chance b-chance of scoring an upset but

Tnsm's wan ana Kaoir are wmi

in the midst of a bad slump.

Bits Afcuirre will rwe Towns

UTall Trvrno BhilUnS Will M OH

Kadir, Alejandro Ycaza gets tne

assignment on Ainajar wmi
Btokemere will be ridden by

Douglas Cortez.
Ten other prospective thrillers

are incluGOd on ine program

1st Ract "B-C" Motives
Pur. (350.00 Pl Oeses Iir5
HUT RACE OF THS DOUSLI

1 La Guararena Gonzalez 100
3 Yositdto A. Vasquez 124
JLa Enea R. Vasouez 110

A TVin Pastor F. Gatica 103

5 Joe G. Montero lira

a r A fHm B Aaniire 1211

7 Nacho F. Sanchez lQOx

8 Rabiblanco B. Baeza IM

14 Rata 5th iH
Purse $500.00 "eel Oases 1:15

SICOND RACE Of tni novota

l After Me

2 Riscal

3 D. Beatrix
4 M. Melody
5 fl. Windsor

6 Fenlx

V. Ortega 118

F. Gatica 100
O. Vaaquez 107x
A. Ycaza 110
B. Agulrre lis
F. Alvarez 10

3 re Race "0.. Natives gi.
urn $300.00 Pod Closet 1:45
OHI-TWO

1 Rlna Rol

2 Julie

3 Ika
4 Takeaway

5 Jachalin

f OUT OF DOORS with HtS

....' ..JtttraiiL'iiaSf .a. o . ' '"

WEATHER AND BAGGING
BUCKS
By WARREN PAGE
Shooting Editor
n v r,,mHitc nf the outdoors are

fond of pronouncements about the

effect or weauier on out
. it ,nnm ounnlrln't, knOW that

waterfowl work best on the foulest
day imaginable. But all too often
w neelert the Dart the weather

man niavs in resDect to the profit

ukia miraiiit of other game, deer

No nlmrod wll (fribble with the
argument that he who hunts deer

during the full moon perron is nui

8. Carvgjal 118
G. Montero U2x
B. Aeuirre 117
B. Baeza US
F. Alvarex 118

logging company aea that ordi

narily produces a carioaa m wj
for visiting sports, on a warm
Monday. It stayed shirt-sleeves hot
through Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday .

The fnnt.me ant slPadllv ancr

and noisier, the deeir lay thighter

and tighter in tne iqeep covti
Mighty few flags were flipped by
hunter jumped backs, and the to
tal kill, with a couple of doze.

hunters in camp, was for thoi'
four (tavs exactly zero.

Then Thursday night the wind
came around northeast and th
bottom dropped out of the thermo.
meter. The mercury read 15 when

k "I.f" N.rivtt 6 Pot.

Puna 1275.00 Pool Clow. 2:20

UUINIILA
WFolletito S. Carvalal 108

2 Chepanlta B. Baeza 104

S Ran PristnhA A. YCSZa UJ

4 Black Bee G. Montero 115x

5 Mr. Tivoli B. Atulrr m
n (Bugabn G. Vaaquez 108x
7 (Dr. Bill J. M. Bravo lit

BMP BVr 'jr

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KM

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They Even Two-Platoon Kickers,

But Redskins 9 Baker Doubles Un

By JIMMY BRESLIN

WASHINGTON (NEA) From

the viewpoint of the great unwash-

!.. Cm .-r,., ki,p. vAiirlin 1K? a-ith a nfiv.man saM

place kicker put in all his prac-i tation. Ke set an East-West Snrino

1 ,k rt.ttnetanrl rho nnlv an-

parent difference between, a punt ticing nothingv else. It s the same

t.icp time at his soecialtv.

"You let somebody else do the
punting. And you keep him prac-

nai nin,.D grUir I oi that nil cnrti.afi the difference between an of

of aids are given Ihe place kicker fejisive and defensive player. They

He sets a tee lor kickous, a guy, sjienaine.

to hold the ball for field goal at
tnmntc and in nmp pases he ev

en uses s measuring 'tape so he

tioesn t have to judge his steps

tyamn fflmfino rOnCWfi with B

g at 1 1 1 V fuiikuifj tvvvia
yard boot. He played lUtkrwiULjS

toe KeosKins m uion speajmr

two vears at Fort Ord. Calif .. as

a fit The Janowicz injury put
him in the spotlight.
To Sam Baker, the only dtffer-

in t.h firt in phamninnshin ence in his kickini is that ne uses

n.msc Uglrop trirbt 1 fiolH ffnalclhk top for OlSCC kicks, fall inst0

in 22 attempts, with 14 points af- for punting.

ter loucnaowns. 10 lunner nis M'ac, juv wmuw

jesn i nave iu juurc is acpi. i
The punter just stands back andirtanding at an off-beat player In he sajs

kicks Bui iii both cases, the kick- this complicated game, h
er uses a 'foot in size 13 triple E a new dimension to punti

iir hptrpr

Sam Baker, the Redskins' hard-

fnot illustrates, however, that ev

en the business1 of kicking is a

specialized affair in todays pro

fessional lootoau.
Raker whnsp field BOfllS have

kpnt Washington in contention, is

the only active pro who punts ana,

place kicks

he added

punting

aaaifltt ka Mix Yarlr fti.nt.

Sam went back the usual 15 yards

,ef-

The pros, however, think

ently. """
TRUAX ON TOP

Annapolis (NEA) Daltoa
wt -J T. 1

oam wciii uin.wiasudi u vaius AnnapOllS (NlfiA) paltQft
In a fourth down situation, then Truax 220-pound Tulane tacklI
proceeded to stick the ball under! was toD Votc-aetter when Nlvj'a

his arm and skip 32 yards on a
play which broke up the tame.
The npxt week, the Skins were

behind in the last two minutes a-

gainst the Browns and found
themselves in a punt set-up.' Bk-

Tha only reason Baker does bdthjer dropped back and the Cleve Cleve-is
is Cleve-is that a pre-seasun accident put land line backers immedi a t e 1 y
niaeo kiplrpr vi'p .TannuuipT nut. i f started to chant. to their linemen:

action and tddie Leuaron, tne waicn ror me run. uei in on

punter", has been sidelined. ; him quick.

"1 can remember only a couple lhe Browns' line went alter

was top vote-getter when Navy's

yyuu 1 1 1 ta tea in -j( uri

5th Rate "HI A" Nativ.i 5 Pw.
Purs. S275.00 Paal Clasa 2:55

iHftHtYv o. aancnes us

2 Wlnsaba G. Wwnez 102?t

3 Gltanma F. oauca u i

4 Fllon R. L. Gil
ujlhltn B. Baeza

6--La Pamoanlnl Montero I02x

107
IPS

Aob Bas KU Smrlm I mo (

Purse $500.00 Pool CIM 3:3)

FIRST RAM OP THE DOUBLE

1 Rl Stream
2 ToDoealma

3-iOvster ...

A Fscorial

Gay Spot

during me run moon ,,uy.ww v,"" .....
ty as a fruitcake-i-anpossfi woods .were jijat as dry, just

bly arrange to .hunt during tho

dark of the moon.
Both grazing and browsing ant
mals, elk as well as deer, during
' tho bright nights oi tho fat moon
nprinri make t a habit of feeding

Awrintt nur auMiiina hours. Stuffed

before dawnv. uiey retire to the

inicaeit swamp ,w jhiwv

gled mass of ipruee biowdowns w
ruminate on life, and stay hidden
all day while tht gunner works his
legs off trying to penetrate the
hideout.
But weather itself can spell the
difference between auccees and
failure of a hunt. A week in Maine
this past fall, during tho third
week of its open season, gave me
a clear-cut. example of how the a a-nemometera
nemometera a-nemometera and thermometers
and barometers are tied in with a-
nimaVJiakauin

We started in up at Ray Wil-
lafrUa' Kintf tmi AartUH Ta

just outside of Eustis, a closed-off

wo crawlod out at dawn. The fiFeratf lasre-

7f,Taqtiirnazo

noisy underfoot, but by nightfall
."Li .... J fkntn

ignii lai raaiae ucra nvc ui uivm
bucks, were sagging the meat polo

The deer had Degun to move
Sharp frosty weather had stirred

the bucks into ramming around

the countryside looking for amen

Vasauesi il
tr Dni ina

G. Vnsnnez lnna

F. H'dslgo 112
F. Gatica 118
B. Aulrre 111
D. Cortez 1P8
A. Visquea 115

CARIBBEAN COUNSELORS Eddie Lopat. left and Red
Kress are managing in the Dominican Republic Winter League
Lopat, former American League pitcher now guiding Rich Richmond
mond Richmond of the International, has Licey. Kress, long time Ameri American
can American League inflelder and Cleveland coach, runs the Estellaaclub.

of fellows who did both." Coacli

Joe Kuharich saya. "Bill Dudley

Knh vvar.prtip rl ami Ken Mrons are

the only pros 1 can rememDer wno

kicked both ways. Required prac

tice is the principal reason

Baker full-tilt. Head down, a
couple of linemen barged into!
him without noticing that, his;
kick was already downfield. The
result: a 15-yard penalty fori
rouchina the kicker and a subse

"A field goal is a big scoring quent game-winning touchdown.

weapon. You just don t miss an1 Baker etmo out of Oregon state

'l

Today Encanto .35 .2(n

Paul Newman in- y(

"SOMEBODY I P THERB
LIKES ME" m

Rette ridvis in (iarl

"JVEDDING PARTY" 1
i iiiibii i miia i.ii mii i i in i an

Today IDEAL .25 M

Basil Rathbone in "14

"BLACK SLEEP"
Burt Lancaster in
"AfACHE"

Kerner Gives Young
Stars For Old Pros
To Keep Hawks Alive

By HAtllY ORAYSON

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ried with prufit. Some chauie it P Orn. Star
the wind, yes, but primarily a -yawri S011

cbango in the temperature, wltrt noe''

just a threat of the snowstorm

that finally, late Friday night,
gave us a nice two-inch tracking
snow for Saturday

Thp mnra 1 tit thic littl efniv ia

simple, it In ttre northern tier of
whitetail states you hunt in weath weather
er weather that has you sweating in the
clothot you ordinarily wear after
deer, don't expect to move many.
DoniUcuss the outfitter or tht a a-reajfRO
reajfRO a-reajfRO being stripped of game, ei either.
ther. either. The deer tie still there

snoozing deep in the cedars. You

i una em until the weather

IS.

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NEW YORK (NBA)-aen Kern Kern-ner
ner Kern-ner believes that the Army should
make him a general.
Kerner owns the St Lo u i s
Hawks In the National Basketball
Association and what with five of
his choice players now m the serv

ice he feels he naa gemma
..t in fY, milit.arv.

"In the meantime, ne say,

am

Cousy; Ma Zaslofsky And Andy
Phillip.
The three low teams drew.

Walter Brown of Boston, who was

last, wound with Cousy. He groan

ea.
"Auerbach (Coach Red Auer Auer-bach)
bach) Auer-bach) told me to come back here
with anybody but Cousy," Pr$
prietor Brown groaned.
Cnnsv nf ponrse has rlnnp nnth-

mg except to establish the Celtics

as
trot

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Purs $275.01 Closos 4:40
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Avlana ft o;nlrre 111

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PurJe $750.0 "' Closes 5:11
ONE-TWO

U O0j- r-

. -i ...itu at nnn nf annrifi' mnra nrn an p

for old oros to keep me going un "mejreat.

til my kids get dock.
vamaf'a vnnnffstprs ire Frank

lav i i v i sb f m a.
Selvy, Al Ferrari, Julius McCoy,

Johnny stepnens anu
Plnv,l

witk,t thim Rpn has had to

make deals wDifh astounded baa

ketoail men. nor example, e
gave the New York club Willie
Naulls, the 6-6 UCLA product, lh
order to get- Slater Martin, a vet vet-prs.,1
prs.,1 vet-prs.,1 with nientv of mileage on

him. Naulls is considered by most
professional men to be a better
anv t have around than Bill Rus

sell, who now that his Olympic
r.aniu rimrp i finished', is ex

pected to join the Boston Celtics.

iPar"i'rr
V. Wall
SKdir

4 Ei'ic

S (Gonetino
B--(ODUlento
7 Alhalar)
8 Blakemere

B. Boera 11
B. A'l'lrre 190
J, "hiVHps
G, Pichf 130
A. VAsouez 1?0
F. A'vgrez 1?0
A, Ycaisa 111
D. Cortez 110

FINAL and excosive word on
Rocky Marciano's retirgStttft t:
"People don't know how close I
am to becoming a cripple with
mv back. J don't dare ever tr to
fight agiln ... the t&uble is a
degenerating disk ...
Marciano. has a now traveling
companion Jackie Conn, broth brother
er brother of the erstwhile light-heavyweight
champion ...

Tip-off on the coacSnf Forest

Evashevski has

only one Hawkeye

tog in the National

... ana

bark

captain

tte set

He, says. "Th
faced all fall
ecnmmaae ses

"Why Ah-Amerl

Itti: Tennessee

insists m only1

budge y fall wl

., who' didn't get

rylano"

stumbled

lot. ia nl

hall League-

;nng quarter

&.4ta co

who started

string rac racist
ist racist team I

owa" .... in

naturallv

s ate deceiv-

Bnddv Cruze
lerhe couldn't
tike Sanduskv

tumble as Mr-

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TRACK LiTTfR

r,ainesviUe. F,a. (NEA1 iWeedle
three-vear-od showin? eirnrfl
him mo'e 'th f, honors. The
University of F1ort awarded the

colt a tract letter.

Kerner. would readily re"-

maae mat ueai.
"Givlne Naulls and Rlcketts a

wav can be explained intellieent

lv." he savs. "Hilt when vou tell

anybody that 1 also got rid of Bob
Cousy, then the whole things falls
into a pattern.
"I'm CToay."

Stokes Builds

St. Francis

Porett Evashevski

Tommy O'

quarterback

uevejMd'.t
Hala When

drofeisibiial

look M

Chicago Bea

him in a game

tell. Hie castoff

i's perked up the

tow ticorge

his Original
"I never

' Te

have tried

Jim Swink is

Sun ill n gallic ... Jim awnifc m
eine enticed hv the same tvno

or aeai mat maae pro oau possinie
for Dr. Bill McColl and Dr. Dann; Dann;-Fortmann
Fortmann Dann;-Fortmann y going to medical
school while performing for the
Bears dL ,.4l
Miami fight promoter Chris
Dundee and Blinky Palermo, one
of boxing's bad boys, worked to together
gether together in a Philadelphia cabinet

shop as KKts ...
Sal Maglie has had so many
chiroprgitte treatments he can
now draga himself over a chair
and manipulate his own back ...

The Old Blackboard of Brooklyn

enough to qualify him as a 10 10-year
year 10-year ngn In the majors.. .and sav saves
es saves hilsielf by doing nothing more

strenuous all winter than dropping
stp in a glass .. Still remembers

thq afternoon he lost U pounds
pitching nine innings ....

Tennessee's Johnny Majors, who

made his reputation as a tailback
thrower, is resigned to being on

the recciviBf end when h tries
pro ball ... he can't heave the long

one ... J"-
PlAvrl Patiarcnn rlaimc vr.1! tV

quently learn more watching the
amateurs than the pros ... "You
learn what not to do," he ampli amplifies.
fies. amplifies. "Bft the Archie Moore
fight, every time I startel to throw

a left jab against one sparring part
ner, he beat me with a right. I

couldn't tigurc out wny. men l
noticed a kid in the amateurs do

ing the same thing and getting
nailed. Like Moore says, I got the

urhan T ffn tn- lab,.' Sure enough.

that's what I did.' ...
College basektball is in no hurry
to adopt the pros'. 24-sfteond rule
... an intensive sums, tgken by
the schools showed the ttts. were

hustling the ball against the oac-

ooards wen witmn tne ume ran..,
a a matter nt fact it Averaped

out lo around 20 seconds .. Infla

tion, note, teams in the National
Ba'sketball Association are averag averaging
ing averaging 25 points more a game each
than a decade ago.

I aaf season. Kerner dealt Dick

RipWetts the 6-7 Duauesne prod

uct with a world of promise, for

Jack McManon ana wac fore

man, veterans.

in Rirketts and Naulls," Kern

er say, "I give away more bas

ketball ability tnan mosi owners
find in a lifetime. But what was

I to do? Here I am sittmgv in M.

Louis with a great team nil m

the Army. I have Nauus, a gooa
corner man. But I have enough
pner men And 1 have Bob Pet-

kit, who is merely the best big man

in the business.
"Backcourt men I don't have.
So I make a switch. I get Marlin.
who Is excellent handling the ball.
I had to do it or go to th bottom
nf the well this season.

"ft sua the same story with

tiilrH T mil lnaiftv 1R of 19 last

.. i nn,lrrl heln hadlv Mc-! would

jrsi uiu i ----I-
Mahon figured to help. Coleman
could pitch in, too. So I give up
Ricketts -and wind up with a sec second
ond second place team which just gets
beat in the Western Division playoffs.

"I'm doing all this for an ap-

narent reason Selw Out Of a

book. Ferrari, stepnens, mcoy

all class players. I get them back

in another year, so i ao anywiing
to stay alive, until they come

baefc."

. XOR'ETTO, Pa. (NEA) Three
vpars acor little St Francis Col

lege went to the National Invita

tion Tournament at Madison
Square Garden with a team which

revolved around Maurice Stokes.

Stokes, 6-6 was beginning to

show the talent which made him

one of college basketballs best

anH narriii him i n Rnpheater nf

the National Basketball Associa

tion as a top star.
The enrollment at St. Francis
was annrnximatelv 440 students

Today, following the pirblicrty gen generated
erated generated by Stokes, the school has
S30 students, an ambitious build
ing program and a name in
collegiate cage circles.
The one who would seem to be
responsible for, much of this
Maurice Stokes came to the
school only after he decided he;

would not no a Die lo make the
Duqueune varsity.

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...

A year ago, the Gator BoW
strarmed for available candidates.

had to settle for Vanderbilt and Au-

nurn, ncuner one a nrsi cnoicc ...

ana wouna up wim a naiionauy
televised thriller that hoosteri the

Bowl's stobk so high Bobby Dddd

oi (ieorgia iecn insisted on going
there this season ....
A prime movor In the drive fpr
player benefits, in. pro football is
Kyle Rote, P articulate spokes spokesman
man spokesman ... v,
Between yoM'n'me. End Wilkin Wilkinson
son Wilkinson is the No. 1 man on Southern

Califonua's moat wanted list

Giving away top players is
nothing new to Kerner. Back a
Im uim ha rlraftpd Rob COUSV

out of Holy Cross for his tlubv

then the Trl-Clties team, uui en
didn't want a collegian who had
to develop. He wanted immediate
relief in the form of Frankie Brian,

an established money shooter.
So after a bit of swapping Cou Cousy
sy Cousy wound up with the Chicago

Stags and Brian with Kerner s

team. The Stags folded and Jhree
names were dropped in a hat

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i street e. tiM '
Agencoi lntertAj-P3liciciont
Ho. 3 Lotler, Clara
CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 41

MnraaaaaaBBSaRaa
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALEi-jfifvision, RCA
iWJO.OO. ,'Wmmt Cflrundu,
fir" nouso
FOR SALI
set. Call Panar
8:00 a.m. to 5:30FiUri. end
0112 from 4:00 p.miri.
FOR SALE: Will exchange
25 cycle Westinghouse clothes
drier, 2 years old, end 25 cycle
Westinghouse refrigerator, 11
cu. ft., with freezer compart compartment,
ment, compartment, 2 year old, for similar
60 cycle items in equally good
condition, for tale: 25 cycle
Westinghouse refrigerator, six
years old and 25 cycle Easy
spindrier washing madhine,
both in good condition. Phone
Balboa 1427.
SACRIFICING: New Swedish
modern dining room suite, child's
chiffonier and matching bed,
GE dishwasher. Telephone 3-
4574.
FOR SALE:- Portable ironing
machine,' good condition. Two
piece plastic couch. Bargain.
Telephone 3-247.
FOR SALE: -1 Frigidaire ice icebox,
box, icebox, 1 Elect, iron mangle, 2
oak dressers, library table, 2
buffets, 1 chaise lounge (Bam (Bamboo),
boo), (Bamboo), 4 straight chairs, 2 stools
3 screens (porch) call Balboa
2-1674.
FOR SALE: One complete 60
cycle automatic K e n m o r e
washing machine, 8 months
old. Original cost $345.00. Will
sell for $215.00. Phone Balboa
3265.
FOR SALE: Mahogany twin
beds with flat springs and Beau Beau-tyrest
tyrest Beau-tyrest mattress; vanity $75.00;
couch frame with inner spring
mattress $15.00; Singer electric
sewing machine with stand $20. $20.-00;
00; $20.-00; miscellaneous items. 746-C,
Lai Cruces, Balboa. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1344
Uncle Sam Gelling
MILWAUKEE -ftTPU. A
.gov
eminent official VeminrieH
sin canners at their convention
nere max the increasing use of
toxic SDravs nn fnnHo hne i',-,..i
tougher restrictions.
George r. Daughters, head of
the U.S Food and nrug Admin Administration
istration Administration s Chicago office, said
canners and other food processor
must be more wary than ever of
harmful chemicals on food they
process.
i H,e said tht highly toxic chem-
, .arte bein used increasingly
to kill harmful insects and plant
diseases. He Said.th. government
has had to tighten up its restric-
public"1 0Ider t0 pr0tect the
,J:s.e ,new standards place
strict tolerances on even traces of
fnnw cfhem,cls commercial
foods for sale fresh, frozen or
canned, Daughters said
Sp h X 5hat amounts they
have leen used, on the foods they
process m order to avoid costly
confiscation by the government
allhe tim "1 18 .getting touSn
a low in 6 88 to,what he will
auow m a can at veeetahl
Daughters concluded 'That is
way it snauid kd for
sumr confideBCe."
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Couple or single person
with integrity and back background
ground background capable of run running
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LOURDES PHARMACY
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FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. 26 "B Street
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MISCELLANEOUS
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INVESTORS: We have a limit limited
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the following companies:
Panama Coca Cola $6.00.
Dry Ice Inc. 9.75
Panama Tabacco 11.25
AUERBACH, POLLAK &
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Panama 2-0074, Ave. Tivoli 14.
.Stud service required. AKC
registered Doberman Pinscher.
Telephone Panama 3-0327.
r ok Sale
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:- Birds, canary &
Australian parakeets, various
colors, good singers 39 St. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista Bldg. 4-14, Panama.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred dal dal-malian
malian dal-malian pups, Available im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Call 6355.
FOR SALE:- Girls' bicycle 26
inch. Like raw. Phone, Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma 3-0098.
Why not buy "her a new "Nil "Nil-fisk"
fisk" "Nil-fisk" vacuum cleaner. for
Christmasf Agendas Escoffe Escoffe-ry,
ry, Escoffe-ry, S.A. Agents: Phone Panax
ma, 2-1452, Calle 25 & Avenida
Mexico. -I ..
FOR SALE:-Good used tire's
All sizes. Reasonable prices.
Autos Eisenman, S.A. beside,
Coca-Cola Plant. Telephone 2 2-2616,
2616, 2-2616, 2-4966.
FISH FANCIERS, BIND LOV LOVERS,
ERS, LOVERS, ANIMAL OWNERS: Buy
your fishes, birds and pet sup supplies
plies supplies from the only legitimate
pet shop in Panama. We stand
by our merchandise. ACUARIO
TROPICAL PET SHOPS, 49
Via Espatta, Phone 3-5411.
LEGITIMATE GERMAN CAN CAN-ARIES,
ARIES, CAN-ARIES, excellent singers $12.
50 ea. Available after Dec. 21st.
now in quarantine. ACUARIO
TROPICAL PET SHOP.
FOR SALE:- 26 inch bicycle.
Complete overhaul, new paint
job, and tires. Call Balboa 30 30-40.
40. 30-40. FOR SALE: Guitar & Case
new strings excellent condition
$20. Phone 2-2349. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Monkeys, Mynah
birds, budgies, goldfishes, tro tropical
pical tropical fishes, discus, black an angels.
gels. angels. Acuario Tropical- Pet
Shop.
FOR SALE: New must sell
7x50 Japanese kogaku binocol binocol-ar
ar binocol-ar coated lenslarge field glass
size leather case, $40.00. 2nd
St. Perejil. Temistocles Diaz
St. House 773 Apt. 9.
FOR-SALE: Piano, very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. $80.00. Must sell. Balboa
2-6318.
FOR SALE: Largest assortment
of Italian, swim fins in Central
America. All sixes for ages 5 to
90. El Panama Skin Diving Shop,
poolside, open every day 9 to 6.
FOR SALE: Stamp collection,
Mint & Used. Approx. 20,000
different. Best offer. Call Pescod,
83-3176, working hours.
WORKED Olga Fikotova
lisplays a teddy bear she
las had since childhood. The
ucky thai in worked when the
.pcnosloyakian lass won the
vomen's discus throw in Mel Mel-)oVne
)oVne Mel-)oVne with 1 7rS feet, m inch inch-!s,
!s, inch-!s, a new Olypmic record.

LEWIS SERVICE
A v. Tivoli n t
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
US Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX

1M Central
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots in El Coco
del Mar in front of ocean. 3 lots
each approximately 500 square
meters or all 3 lots can be sold
as me lot. Price $4.75 per met-,
er. Write Box 1757, Panama
for appointment or call 3-1566.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED! -Spinet piano of
quality in good condition. Tel.
Fafrchild Panama 3-5320.
WANTED: 25-cycle 3-speed
record player. Ancon. Phone 2 2-6386.
6386. 2-6386. w.

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REUNION NEAR VIENNA Steve Szemeti, right, who emi emigrated
grated emigrated from Hungary lour years ago, sank all his money into
a flight to Austria to search for his son in the Hungarian revolt
against communism. Steve, Jr., escaped the Russian terror
and by sheer luck, father and son met at the Austro-Hung4rian
border. They are shown in their Toronto, Canada, home,

reunited with Mrs. Szemeti.
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room bedroom apartments in buidling
being constructed: "J" street
El Cangrejo. $80.00. Telephone
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
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bedroom .kitchen screen
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' Via Belisario Porras, near
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Come In Cans
These Days
SALT LAKE CITY XUP) -Everything
comes in pans now
adayseven houses.
a 30-year-old bachelor dancing
teScher named John F Ononis is
Jb'tiilding himself a small-house on
uutsivAi bs ui oaiit L,aKe iiiy.
lhe walls are made of tin cans.
ThA lHna nf naincf fha nnrtlAit,i I
tin can to build a home originated
with Greenis's brother-n-law Ar-
iitciuicu
nold 0. Stagg, a tool and die
inaner.
Stage had hauler! some refill
to. toe city dump when he saw a
mouna ot discarded motor oil
cans-and thought some use could
be made of them.
After months of tinkcrinc. h
Invented a power-driven tool that
staples the cans together when
they are laid side by side and
row upon row On too nf earh
other.
The first t.hino Stairs Viuitf
- - -"--'o UVMee vrai.li
the cans was a two-car garage.
This gave Greenig the idea of
building himself a home with the
empty metal containers.
Greenig first stanled tmrotho
four walls of cans, leaving space
for windows and doors NpyI. ho
ran steel rods through the cans
ior reinforcement. The rods con connect
nect connect to Concrete nosts at. fa eh mr
ner of the house,
Finally, he lifted the ran walls
into place they had been assem assembled
bled assembled On the ground horiznntallv-
and covered the cans with stucco
and plaster.
.Strong Walls
The result, is a nnp.stnrtr knmn
that Greenig maintains is both
sturdy and well-insulated.
It took Greenif? nnlv An hntiie
and a half tn crathpr fha tin .n
he needed for the job. He esti estimates
mates estimates that using cans in the con
struction instead of regular build building
ing building materials has- saved him
roughtjt $1,000. The one-bedroom
nome will cost, only $2,000.
"These tin can walls
strong because of the way they
are reinforced," Greenis sairi
"I'm certain the house will stand
longer than one made of brick."
But" Greenis and st.aao tn,,vf
that they'll go into the home con
struction business. As Greenig
put iU-"The-e isn't much of a
market for tin can houses."
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KNOXVILLE. Tenn mm
HpWard Seay took ionger t,, 0
to the neiehhorhnnrl
he should hav.
So his brother Jam PC rlnriirlar)
to 0t mto hfs car and go hunt
HOWard. A few hlftlrc trnm kn.
James whizzed through a speed
trap set up by the city police's
radar team and w 5r.-(j .a
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY,
IS, 1951

HeUus 'lip? jH

This pretty younr lady with a slide rule H 24-year-old Elaine
Bordua of South Windsor. Conn. A former professional model
and staf er, Elaine now works a a engineer's assistant.

HARTFORD. Conn. (NEA) -E-laine
Bordua was a whiz at math mathematics
ematics mathematics and graduated with hon honors
ors honors from Cathedral High School in
Spriagfield, Mass., when she was
only 16. ,
So it's" Hardly' a Surprise to find

her working as an engineering
staff assistant the Hamilton
Standard Division of the United
Air -rati Cord, in Hartford.

She works closely with some 40
to 50 engineers each day on .man

power requirements, statistics, ap
nrnnria.ions and schedules.

pioino' wax m vnnne when she

tiar graduated from high school,

that she was forced to waits-., until
her 17th birthday before she couW
be hired for ,8, full-tJme job in the

statistical aepanmeiu ui an
nc company.

effic ient job that a year later she
was promoted to her present job.
How does it feel to work around

so trtanv male engineers?

"Just fine." savs Elaine. "I en-

iov my work, and like engineers,

so I get along quite nicely."

That was in 1952. A year later,

ftflr having completed several en

gineering math courses at Hyllyew

College, she went ro.wom at nan.
& Whitney as a .cartographer. She
later was promoted to engineering
:de and did analytical and blue

print work. : i
Still later she was transferred to
the P & W Atomic Research plant
where she wjrked as a computist.

In June, 1854, she went to work
at Jadmilton Standard as an engi engi-nerini
nerini engi-nerini aide in the aerodynamics

i department, analyzing test, data
from engineers. She did sM an

Elaine's lovely blond hair was

a natural tor snampoo auveiuse

ment! when she was 13, and some

of the ads foe which she posed
still are being used today. She did
some other modeling, too, and e e-ven
ven e-ven had a turr at singing profes

sionally. . t

She is quick to point out mat

she wasn't much of a singer. I
just like to sing bit," she says
with a smile.
Skiing is her No,l hobby, "says
Elaine. "We ski nhstly at Mount
Mansfield up at Stowe, Vt. This
year I'm planning a ski vacation in
Switerton4 and Austria, and I'm
teal! licking fofcward to it."
"I also eniov water skiing and

tennisand when I'm at home for
an evening without a goodibook, I

like to kmt. 1 also love an spec spectator
tator spectator sports."

"I don't? have steady boy
friend, but, I do have a few dates
with engineers, ot course," she

savs "I nke engineers."

And how does she like her

work? ,i
t "Why haven't you guessed?
love it!"

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Making something of the holiday decor-wise starts at the front
door The jolly jester (left) dressed in red and green felt greets
guests with a musical tune "played" on his mandolin. Indoors,
cheerful elf (top center), made of green holly leaves ami red
cherries, skates by tree made Of same materials. Christmas
carousel (bottom center) is made of red and white striped candy

sticks' and" round box trimmed with gift wrap tape and ribbon
bows; construction paper reindeer hide a roll: of candy to treat a
lucky little visitor. In the bright red Swedish candle holder
(right), tiny Kris Krihgles and red Christmas halls replace tidbits
to add a holiday note on a corner table. These are decorations
that are budget-wise.

Daintv pink dotted swiss bath mitt, ailed with bath powder and
decorated with heart charm, is ready to go under a little glrt'4.,
rkiaiMaa Ira It's nirl nl mri 4cirnH for email ffirl.lV

By KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer

Herald the holiday season wiln
joyous decorations, old and new,
homemade or bought, that reflect;
the old-fashioned Christmas cheer
and hospitality. Ti ne honored red,
green and white colons and tradi traditional
tional traditional motifs take the play this
year from pastel trees and the
super-dazzling sophisticated orna ornaments.
ments. ornaments.

A .'riendly greeting at the front
door can be as simple as a green
wreath, or home -gilded giant
-,ine cones hanging fr6m red rib

bons. It can be as fancy as a joll,'

before a hearth or add a bright
color note in front of tree or door.
Santa smiles frcm many places
including a novel inexpensive

Christmas parti noiacr in rea icu.

red, felt iestcr who plays a tune on! To be tacked or .aped to mantel

n mucir hnv cniieea en in ins man-ior room QlViaer, wiis is

dolin.

Inexpensive wftshaWe rod chen chenille
ille chenille mats with a white Merry
Christinas written across the face
art- destined to gnet Smta Claus

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ina

a row oi

three Santas with clips in. their
hands for holding cards. Gay and
attractive, loo. are yard long

leneths of Santa-dccoralod, seal

ly

GIVING a little girl a beauty
gift for Christmas means that
you're giving her a start in the
riyht direction. The direction, that
is, of the important habit of clean
lincss and good grooming that will
serve har a Rleum?.
You may give her a single bot bottle
tle bottle of toilet water, a box of .bubble
bath or a pink bath mitt. Or, you

may give ner a wnoie sei irom a
series, designed especially lor lit little
tle little girls and ready in time for
Christmas giving this year.
This new series offers pink soap

Wrau six eicht-inch pepermink bonbons, and hand lotion as well.

strioed candv sticks in cellophane

and tape one end of eacn to dov
torn and the ol?-er end to top.
Starting from top of carousel,
alternate six strips of ribbon and

six chains of Christmas tree beads
taping them first to box top then
to top of cardboard tube. Small

snsheen ribbon bows can be pinned

or taped above the candy sticks to

inmtH red fell to be used for v a i- give an extra frivolous toucn.

ances or trim. Crown the top of tube with a
snm Rurone come 'E8V- novel Christmas tree finial. Fill bottom

ties to aikl their country 's touches

VI' i ill aoxh !nifiviiln:ll pifl th

different gold-plated charm-wity

to be placed on a bracelet, uie ju
ture beauty may collect a1 whole sot,
of charms, if she likes, or Uss sovi
cral of them on her present chain
bracelet.
Give her a place to keep het aw
"toiletries" if she has no drti&foi

table. Perhaps she'd like her

sessions collected on a smB
tic tray to be kept on your j

ins-table or on a lo. sr.clf In

bathroom. Gronped all togeWper,

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
BILLY'S mother had b6en think thinking
ing thinking of sending him to the local

tto Chtistmas decflr a turn; Sturdy

bright red wooden candle holders
and straw reindeer come from

Sweden, tiny real-looking candle

tree light from Italy, music ooxes

f om France arid Germany-lower
in price than they used to be.
To trim the tree, Ropes of hard
candy which can he bought or as assembled
sembled assembled at home will pair happily
with cranberry and popcorn
chains. Christmas candy also pro

vides the eye-popping appeal for a
holiday carousel you can make to
center a table.

1 For this you 11 need a round box
about nine inches in diameter.
Cover top and bottom separately
with green wrapping paper, hold holding
ing holding in place on inside with cello

phane tape. Trim outer edges with
gift wrap tape. Center pole is a

12-Inch cardboard tube covered

with red paper an I taped to cen
ter of bottom of the box.

Cut a hole in box top and slide

over tube, allowing about four inch- need only to be

es. to extend above. Tape secure-'the holidays.

with candy and chocolate animals. I rurscry school, and one of Us yourg

M you want to add a reindeer or.iacly wor&MSt came w viswa

two for color around the Carouse'. She was" & WSMV, 'Very

you can wake them by wrapping siastic young lady. Soon her inter inter-candy
candy inter-candy rolls in colored constructioi est in Billy intoxicated him. The
paper. Then cut legs', head an I close attention she gave to his new

tail separately and ittach with ce fife trucK so sumiiiaica mm mat

lophane tape. The suoply can be he could not let her get away

When she and his mother started
discussing the school tuition, he

orotested by running around the

replenished as small hoiday visi

tors take home their treats.
With the variety of artificial fruit.

red berries, holly leaves and sue 1 sofa they sat oh. As he d pass nis
easy-to-work-wlth naterials as st,5Jpiother, he'd pause to give her an
rofoam balls you can create other angry shove and yell, "Wooooo.
decorations. Put a'cheerful paper, You're a Woo ZOo! You're a stinky

or tape iace on a siyroioam Dauimviin om swuy n j.. ... -and
top it with a red or green felt Remembering that the modern

cap to make a unruumas en o: ,'nua is pemuturu nee exieavn,

snowman perched on top of a large

ball
Make your own version of a del del-la
la del-la Robbia wreath by wiring real or
artificial fruit to evergreen. S e 1 f-

adhesive vinyl plastic cut-outs in

Billy's mother tried to ignore his
aggressiveness. But being denounc denounced
ed denounced as a stinky Woo Zoo before her
guest embarrasshed her horribly.

ALL she cduld think of was that

i'e nursery school's young lady

Christmas motifs can be stuck to'would go back and tell it she was

mirrors; windows or doors and.il'e disrespected parent of a spoil-

peeled off after ta cniid. ho in no time ar a
I was saying she guessed she could

it

on

3d pretty 3or (Lridtmad fartied

tot

tritpv ham u an excellent candidate for Christmas honor

ilnce it wiil solve the problem of several meals.
By GAY NOR MADDflX,
Nf A Feel and Markets Editor

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Eating in a restaurant is only one of the exciting new expert expert-ences
ences expert-ences for youngsters traveling with their parents. To enjoy
the holiday trip minus physical upsets, Mom and Pop wisely
break the long auto journey with a hot and healthy lunch of
easily digested foods.

PLANNING to pack up, the fam family
ily family and join the army of travelers
over the Christmas holidays? Tak-

cooke; Ham is perfect

hf feasting. It makes an

"expendable'' feast, according to
Bett Sailey McLean, director
Swift and Company's home eco economics
nomics economics laboratories and author af
"TWe Complete Meat Cook Book.
''The 'encore meals' should be
planned for at the time of pur purchase,'"
chase,'" purchase,'" she says. "Allow one one-thhpi
thhpi one-thhpi pound per, 'serving of the
fullf cooked, bode-in variety.
As with all cured pork, whether
eooked or uncooked, the whole,
fully cooked ham should be kept
refrigerated, she adds. It should
be used within seven days of

pure

Whefcrthe-hfm Makes itsirst

grand appearance ai me wuiai wuiai-mt!
mt! wuiai-mt! feast, tarnish it festively.
For example, ise shapely balls of
fluffy white rice with a yuletide
touch. Top with bright red cran cranberry
berry cranberry and sprig of parsley.
Keep hot in the oven during, the
last minute, mea' preparations.

For further red and green Christ Christ-mas
mas Christ-mas color, drtSs a green vege vegetable
table vegetable with a piquant sauce Com
bined with midget pieces of cel

ery ana pimienio.
Hot Piquant Sauce for Vegetables
1
One-quarter cup lemon juice, 1
iablespoon paprika, 1 tablespoon
suear. 1 teaspoon prepared mus-

taid. : teaspobh garlic salt, Vt tea

spoon saJt. Vi teaspoon chjli pow pow-;er,
;er, pow-;er, Vt eW!(l stick) butter or
dei. Va cud (1 stick) butter or

margarine, V4 cup finely cut
celerv. 2 tablespoons finely cut

pimiento.
Heat together lemon juice, sea seasonings,
sonings, seasonings, and butter. Stir to blend.
Keep hrt. JiiSt before" pouring
oyer hot cooked vegetables, stir
in celery and pimiento.
TOMORROW'S DINNER: Cold

sliced ham, creamed mustard,

casserole of sweet potatoes, but

tered spinach, seeded rolls, cole
slaw, cherry pie, coffee, tea,

milk.

mm MM Hi

ALL HfS OWnl-Six.yeaf-old
Jerry Coppens doesn't have to
worry abotft'his doll flirting
with other guys as they dance
in Chicago. The life-size doll,
made from cotton feed and
flour bagS by Juanita', Misemer
ot Everton, Mo., was among 500
articles submitted in the 1954
Cotton Bag Sewing Contest.

ing the youngsters on a trip is no
longer the chore it used to be when
the late Robert Bcnchlcy echoed
the sentiments of travel scarred
Darerits with his observation:

"There are only two kinds of trav traveling
eling traveling with children. Traveling with

children is like traveling I n l r a
class in Bulgaria.''

What no one mentions is that
travels esoeciallv the long auto

ride, used to be dreaded by chil children,
dren, children, tod. In my childhood prepa preparations
rations preparations for our holiday trip over
rough gravel roads to see the rela relatives
tives relatives 41ays included a copious
supply of newspapers against the
inevitable ntoment when one of us
would become car sick.
A few sensible precautions are
still important. One potential trou trouble
ble trouble source is food. Plan to provide
proper meals with some time for
rest and relaxation before and aft

er. You'll have to steel yourself

against the pleas to stop for pop,

ice cream or canay. t"ttn
should eat hot, freshly prepared
meals that are light, bland and
low in fats.
Naturally, you'll want to check
with your doctor but a child-sized
dose of a drug to prevent motion
sickness, dees help to make the
journey a pleasanter one for the
moppet who really suffers fronTthe
malady.
YOU DON'T need to transport
great quantity of toys to keep the

kids amused. Two or three of the

most cherished possessions, in my
experience, are just as satisfactory satisfactory-ry
ry satisfactory-ry and much easier to keep track

lf jB

afford the experience for B i I f':

thonch this was not true ani hi

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cuuiu nave uyu ji. niuai, jjj u4"Wji
A child's right to express Jf b)f,
opinion of us must always Wat
anced by our right, to disagree will,

it. Unless m retain this right fdK'

ourselves, his freedom of cxpres

sion is just cnaos ana irigptcne

instead of pleasing liim.

This is because we are TWfc

supreme trust. e c
safety for himood, s h e i t e
warmth the difference befewf ri

good and evil, innocence and harm.
When anger betrays him into at attacking
tacking attacking us as foolish and unrelia

ble, he doesn't want us to accept

this judgment.
DEEPER than his need twattae

us is his need to believe us

worthy person capable af

ing him properly. So, though

low him to vdice his had opii

us, we make it clear we;

share it by saying chc

you want to call me a

Zoo, just go outside an

am not one and don't
listen to mirh talk

The old view was that patents'

judgments of children miisijfter
be questioned. The new oneySiat

children must be allowed to criti

cize us indefinitely was reaction

to the old one. It has proved near nearly
ly nearly as destructive.
Now parent education is trvin?
frantically to repair the damage
did by insisting that "free expres expression"
sion" expression" was a children's monopoly.
But many of us still feel thatnve
should be "seen and not heaid"
when Billy expresses his stern mor moral
al moral judgments of us.

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NEA Woman's Editor
NF.W YORK (NEA) -Airy, floa

ly tit esses with a graceful ladylike

look are very much a part ot tne

holiday festivities this year.

The floaty looK usuany comts
from panels, attached at a high

waistline in such a way that they
drift easily when the wearer

moves. They're most often used in (left )makes

conbination with a slender wrap wrapped
ped wrapped bodice and a skirt that's sev

eral layer of chiffon.

This year, lots oi gins win e
wearing nylon chiffon to parties
because, while it's soft and airy,
it's also strong. Nylon chiffon is
shown both in prints and in solid
colors for the holiday season.
Drifting nyloa. chiffon print

a sophisticated eve

HiiiB gown. Panels set on a sum

sheath line with two-tone sash used

i mark Empire bodice. Dress has
very narrow shoulder straps.
Driftwood wint of nylon chiffon

(light) is used for full-skirted dress

with wrapped bodice that has free free-floating
floating free-floating scarf effect at back. Back
panel is a combination of print

and solid-color fabric.

This Christmas, the lingerie look

is so pastel, it might as wajf4
spring. a?

In fact, flannel has become ikl-

most a forbidden term. The W4rd

is cotton, say lingerie desn

St. Louis fashion Creato!

fot ordinary cotton, but

nstocrat" produced frortt

and he synthetic "mirae

nes.
Designers' are gleeful a

static-free, shrink woof.

laneis on inc new la

give the impression the

actually will find time to

some of their designs.
Gone are the frills and?

lounge-wear of past Chri;

the 1956 version of the

gill is as unexpected as a da:

ium-winier.

uesigners nave na

nunt-green anl candy-pi
the "spring daisv." Rihl

used sparingly for decoration.

Siead a daisy design is appli
on the material.

Designers say lingerie sCJUes
don't change a great deal b-fi t
they confess the "ivy league look

a duet-iea me paiama set, and

not with a belt in the back,
done with buttons snd tabs

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i T 5 THE STORY: Frank Ude, lean Cash and their

5 faitnful little band, are on the run from Jean s thiev thieving
ing thieving brother Emmett, and Steve Norring. As they
: rest up, for an hour, tiny specks horses appear,
tar behind them. It is Norring's crew. The desperate,
I outnumbered group prepares for a showdown.

sounds of distant horses. He
watched La Tour stabbing the
night with his gaze, then said
;i,ti "Jt'fl NorrinB. He means

to get our torses or. die m tne
attempt."
"Then there's going to be some
dead men," Doc finished.
Frank's eyes crept aloft to the
looa hphind their camp. "Juan,

build up. a fire. Big enough to
show Norring we're here. The
rest of you roll your soogans
near the edge of the firelight.
Take your saddle guns and all

the shells you can get in yuur
pockets. Tod you End Rickety
will be as well off in the wagon.
Neither of you could climb up
fhppp anvhow."

Drury snorted. "Yeah but
we'll be lookin' over our gun

barrels." He began making a
holfbw square in the center of
their supplies where they would

fort.

XXXV
FRANK pushed his gaze up on
, the knob while Swensoh strung
ropes from tree to tree... High on
ft.the Gobbler's slope Frank picked
'out an irregular ledge running
S above ,the tops of the cedar.
m There the few rifles they pos-
aessed cj would hold off the fire fire-"power
"power fire-"power .Norring could direct
.against them. Jean sensed his
3 thought and' he hand dropped
rgainst his.
Then Frank held up his hand.
J She caught the sound of a wagon
'rattling across the slope. Frank
S4rew his pistol and fired a shot.
S La Tour's bellow reached them,.
5,'He heard the sigh of relief com combing
bing combing from Jean.
" Drury whipped his team about
beneath the pine. La Tour and
35 Lopez dropped from their tired
'horses. La ToUr hid been hitting
2 'the canteen. They- could smell
,his breath across a 10 feet gap
if there was a cimpfire, Frank
.thought, La Tour would explode.
, Jean cried half angrily, "Doc,
9 "It's; all there," he said owl-
ishly. 'I merely had recourse to
,my owfr supply." He waved her

talk aside with a brushing mo

tion. "We were followed by Em

mett. For a while I thought it
was curtains for us. But he soon

figured out why Jean and the

horses weren't with us. He and

the Texans rode aneaav

"Any idea where they'll be?"
"Maybe they'll make their play

oh the Gobbler.

The soft wind brought its

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WINCED PRAYER Navy
Lt Bay E. Hall reads from a
pocket prayer book, before tak taking
ing taking off in a ski-equipped C-47
from McMurdo- Sound in the
'Antarctic. He was bound for
Liv Glacier In the Duncan
Mountain region of the barren
land, where the U.S. is prepar preparing
ing preparing an advance base for Inter
national Geographical Year
research operations.

TObAY! .75 .40
1:00, 2:45, 4:35, 6:50, 9:10 p.m.

JOHN O'HARA'S
FLAMING PORTRAIT
OF THE JAZZ AGE
and the guys and

gals who mad it

rock 'n' roll I

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llbcRAE DAILE BORGNINE NORTH
I colok ky o mxr

"ALSO:

"Cowboys of The Maremma"
A Cinemascope Sport!

HYMAN had come back to re

port the canyon had no further
exit merely the one they had
already roped off. The horses

were safe.

The fire was slowly catching.

Frank rolled a cigaret thought

fully. H lit his smoke and

pinched out the match. "Hyman

I want it to appear natural. The

bedrolls will look as though were

resting. I don't know if Norring's
only after our string or if he
means to shoot it out. You stand

near the fire and play your fiddle.

That'll draw them in until we

find out what's on their minds.
We'll be on that shelf back of
your guns ready for trouble. Have
you got the nerve to try it?"
Hyman asnswered without smil smiling.
ing. smiling. "It's all right, Frank. When
the time comes I'll be fighting,
the same as you."
"Then let's get moving. They're
coming. No shooting, fellows,"
he ordered with his sober look, on
the two men in the wagon.
Frank turned then in the direc direction
tion direction of the cliff. Jean was at his
side but La tour and the others
had already disappeared under
the sooty scrub timber.
If Jackett came in shooting
then Rafter C could make a
shambles of his outfit from their
position on the ledge. Emmett
Cash wr2te only1 unknown pos possibility.
sibility. possibility. Frank's shot, and their
subsequent talk might bring
Emmett's gunmen roweling here
before Norring was licked.
From their right flank Alex
called them: Frank hurried over
and found Lopez with the kid.
Alex pointed at the ledge, which
was a mere 10 feet above the
base of the rock. Frank stepped
into their locked hands and they
hoisted him until his searching
hands found a grip in the wall's
texture. When he reached the top
he hooked his1 elbows over the
edge and told Jean to climb up
slowly. When he reached the top
holding to his boot. With th nair

below to help she was soon hold

ing tight to him. At the base of

tne clirr the kid was crouched
with his ear to the rock. ."Wait!
Somebody's up there."
Jean called softly that she had
found a fissure to support her
weight. La Tour was scamwr.

4ng up another face of the Cliff.

rranic puiiea .himself onto the

leage, men reached downward

until his hand locked with Jean's
of boots crossing the rock. The
furtive movement was above

mm, Behind a screening of cedar.
Jean's breath escaped in a nerv nervousness
ousness nervousness she couldn't conceal

Emmett!" she murmured an

grily. He d guess I crossed the
malpais!"
Frank drew his gun.
"Hold it, friend! Don't run
against your rope!" It was
Emmett.
FRANK heard Jean's startled
cry as Marigny seized her. Then
Cash prodded Frank with the
gun. "Well'll wait. Norring will
take the camp. Then we'll smash
him. He turned and gloated at
Jean. 1 11 have my horses. They
were mine from the beginning
but you turaed the old man
against me."
nfSP s'd ud8edly. "Lew
Chantry will hound you everv
day of your life."
Emmett said bruskly, Chan Chantry's
try's Chantry's dead. We aWo,, h. J.a

him behind Yates' shack. Your
shooting killed him."
(TO BE CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK)

CHARTER MEMBEBS OF THE ISTHMIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Many of the Charier members of the Medical Association of the Isthmian Canal Zone are shown in this group taken
50 years ago. From left to right are Dr. C. L. Trickey, Dr. H. C. Clark, Dr. D. F. Reeder, Col. George D. Deshon, Dr. R. c. Connor, Dfe.S. T. Darling, Dr. W. V. Levy, Dr'. W. B. Pierce, Dr.

uennnger, m. l. a. nates, jur. h. w. nunyan, uv. r. r. Monroe, vr. k. a. Korensky, Dr. h. M. Brennaj, J. E. Jacob, and

T. W. Earhart, Dr. J. M. Lawler, Dr. Ivan E. Hix, Dr. G

Dr. W. W. Braithwaite.

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DOCTORS WILL COME FROM ALL 0VEfcj
FOR GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION

The Medical Association of the Isthmian Canal Zone celebrates its 50th birth-
day this month. As an appropriate salute to its Golden Anniversary Year, the orga organization
nization organization will sponsor the Second Inter-American Medical Convention next April 3. 4
and 5.
Invitations to attend the Convention, which will be held at the Hotel El Panama,
with scientific lectures and exhibits at the University of Panama, have been sent to
more than 1,000 doctors in North, Central and South America. The majority of these
doctors have been stationed in Panama at some time, and many of them were
once members of the Medical Association.

A glance through the files of. the

Association shows many famous
names. Dr. A. B. Herrick was the
first president of the Association,
taking office in 1906. Dr. William
Crawford Gorgas, another mem member,
ber, member, had the Isthmitn Medical As As-ciation
ciation As-ciation admitted to the national

Amerioan Medical Association,

while he was president of the lat latter
ter latter in 1909. The date of the affilia affiliation
tion affiliation was June 10, 1910.

Some of the past presidents of

the Association who have received

nationwide and worldwide recogni
tion for their medical achieve

ments are Dr. Herbert C. Clark,

an expert in the field of tropical
medicine; the late Samuel Darling,

the discoverer of the disease histo

plasmosis. Dr. James E. Simmons,
whose book on malaria in Panama
received great acclaim,; Dr. J. F.
Siler, now president of the Gorgas
Memorial Institute in Washington,
and Dr. William M. James, who is
famous for his work on malaria,
blackwater fever, amoebic dysen-

,tery and associated chronic infec infections.
tions. infections. Many of these works and others

which have their place in the his history
tory history of medicine first saw the light
of day at the mqpthly meetings of
the local iledical Association. It is
a tradition of the Association that
a paper is presented by some mem member
ber member at -each meeting.
Although the Association has al always
ways always had the words "Canal Zone"
as part of its title, physicians of
Panama have formed a large part

of its membership from its early
days. Three former Presidents of
the Republic of Panamahave been
members of the Association They
are Dr. Arnulfo Arias, Dr. A. S.
Boyd and Dr. Daniel Chanis Jr.
Eormer Ambassador to the United

States Dr. J. J. Vallarino was also

a member at one time.
Dr. Harry Eno is the one re remaining
maining remaining charter member on the
Isthmus. Dr. D. F. Reeder, anoth another
er another charter member, retired in re recent
cent recent years from Panama Hospital
to make his home in Miami, Fla.
At different times during the
years the idea of the Association

.sponsoring a medical convention
l j l i Fi. j i i. in .i

naa oeen miuuen, uui aunougn me
advantage of bringing authorities

from medical centers to speak to
doctors here was obvious, no move
was made in this rgiird until

1954, when Dr. I. J. Strumpf was
prsident of the Association.

Dr. Strumpf and a small group
of loyal supporters put on the. First

PLANNING THE CONVENTION Members of the Executive Committee of the Second Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Medical Convention meet often to d iscuss details of procedure and make plans. In
this group are .shown Col. H. B. Webb, Dr. I. J. Strumpf, Dr. William T. Bailey, col Charles O.
Bruce and Dr. Frank Page Smith.

DR. DAVID SENZER Dr. Da.
vid Senzer became president
of the Medical Association of
the Isthmian Canal Zone for
1956 upon the death of Dr. A.
V. Mastellari this year. Dr.
Senzer is the District physi physician
cian physician at Gamboa.

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COL. CHARLES O. BRUCE Hejjth Director of the Canal
Zone, Col. Bruce will gyeet speakers and delegates to the Sec Second
ond Second Inter-American Mwiical Convention as President of the
Medical Association of the Isthmian Canal Zone.

Inter-American Medical Conven Convention
tion Convention in March' of thai year.
. Speakers came from the United

States, Panama and xencisiifV

came from all parts of the Amer

icas.
Doctors from Panama and-the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone attended lectures in rec-
rtrH nnmhprs filling to overflowing

the Bella Vista Room of the Hotel
El Panama, where the papers

were given.
When the Second Inter-American

edical Convention takes place in

next year, Col. Charles 0.
, Health Director of -the Pa-

Canal Zone, will have suc-

the incumbent Dr. David

as president of the Medical

ion.

liam T,. Bailey, who was

an active member of the Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee for the First Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Medical Convention is
chairman of the executive commit committee
tee committee for the Second Convention. He

merican Countries. D e 1 e g a t e'iireports that an excellent program

us being planned and that 13 emi
iient speakers from the U n it e d

tates have already signified their

lllmgness to come here for the e-

any delegates have written

they are planning to attend, so

is every Indication that the

Gotten Anniversary of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Association of the Isthmian Ca

nal Zone will be upheld in a man manner
ner manner which would meet the approv approval
al approval of its foundersa convention at
which the latest advances in all
the disciplines of medicine will be
shared and discussed by doctors
from all the Americas.

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Advisory Committee for the Second Inter-American Medical Convention which wiH be held at the Hotel El Panama next Aplil 3, 4 and 5 area, left to right,

(standing) Col. Norman H. Wiley, M. C U.S. Army, Director oi uorgas Hospital, Dr. Hecto Conte Mendoza, professor of uosietrics and Gynecology, The School of Medicine, Tne university

of Panama; Dr. Rodolfo V. Young, Chief, Department of Pulmonary Diseases. Gorgas Hospital! Dr. Irving J. Strumpf, Chief, The 'Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gorgas Hospital; Lt.

Col. Hamilton B. Wrtb M.C., U.S. Air. Force, Chief Surgeon, Caribbean Air Command; Dr. Bernardino Gonzalei-Ru, Chief of Surgery, Santo Thomas Hospital; Dr. Rolando Chanis, proiessor
of Medicine, The School of Medicine, The University of Panama;Dr. Samuel Velarde, Director of Medicine, Panama Hospital; Dr. Guillermo O. Chapman, Chief of Sorgery, Panama Hospital;
Captain Robert F. Leggc M.C., U.S. Navv, District Medical Officer, 15th Naval District. (Seated) Dr. Frank Raymond, Director, Raymond Clinic; Colonel Leonard F. Wilson M.C., U.S. Army,
Chief Surgeon, U.S. Army, Caribbean; Colonel Charles O. Bruce M.C., U.S. Army. Chief Health Officer, The Panama Canal Company; Dr. William t. Bailey, Department of Medicine, Gorgag
Hospital, Chairman of the Executive Committee for the Convention. The convention will be sponsored by the Medical Society of the Isthmian Canal Zone which celebrates its 50th anniversary
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Pudding Muddler
rvo of the three young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, Jack, Richard and
Alice, will eat plum pudding,
two wfll eat chocolate pudding,
aad two will eat tapioca pud pudding.
ding. pudding. One who refuses to eat
tapioca, refuses to eat choco chocolate,
late, chocolate, aad Alice, who refuses to
eat chocolate, refuses plum
pudding.
Which of these kinds of pud pudding
ding pudding will Jack, Richard and
Alice eat respectively?
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WAXING VERSATILE FOR XMAS

SANTA CLAUS has been heard to complain about some of the let letters
ters letters he's been receiving. Now you might think that poor hand handwriting,
writing, handwriting, misspelled words, wrong addresses and so forth are the
cause of his complaint But these do not faze him in the least. What
has aroused his concern is a number of requests for items of which
he has never heard. Some of these are listed below. If you can iden identify
tify identify them, you should have little trouble picking out the persons most
likely to use them. Santa says he'll carry on from there.

VV7HO licks the lollipop? It all
W depends on how you look
at it. Bring this drawing slowly
toward you until the, black etar
touches yojjr nose. There may
seem to be a change of hands
holding the lollipop several times
as you bring the paper closer.

There's Something Wrong Here

STUDY the following letters carefully and see if
you can discern an appropriate message regard regarding
ing regarding the typography:
SO METHI NGWR ONG HE RE
Time's up after 30 seconds.
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(A) GIMLET
Chef Carpenter Bartender
(B) SCALPEL
Doctor Baker Lawyer
(C) QUADRANT
Policeman Farmer Sailor
(D) SNAKE
Artist Plumber Bullfighter
(fe). GERTRUDE
Actress Infant Zoologist
(F) CASSOCK

Artist Clergyman

(G) LAST
Shoemaker Harpist Dentist
(H) RAMEKINS
Mariner Farmer Cook

(I)

Blacksmith

ANVIL
Laborer

Soldier

(J) PEA VET
Printer Typist Woodsman
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Two Pups for the Price of One

Riddle
Me
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Help Santa Catch the Reindeer

kT occurs

once in

Christmas, twice
la a moment and
not once in a
hundred thousand
years T 4n
What is the diN
ference between
a bad boy and a
postage stamp?
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IN ORDER to spur business.

Barnabus Birdseed conducted
aa uhusual sale. Barnabus placed
eight pups in his store window
and offered to give two of the
dogs away for the price of one
4b the first person who could
spot the twins. Which are they?
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Hold That Line!

Merry Christmas Stunt

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CHRISTMAS is a time for bee bee-lines.
lines. bee-lines. Are you equal to the
challenge Of duplicating the fig -ure
above with one continuous
motion of your pencil? Let's see.
These are the rules which you
are expected to follow:
L Lines are not to be crossed.
2. lines are not to be retraced.
3. Corners may touch.
4. Ton may begin anywhere.
A solution is given elsewhere.

YOU MAY baffle friends aad then pleasantly sur surprise
prise surprise them with the greeting made possible by
the cards above.
Cut two pieces of cardboard, each about 4 inches
wide and 12 inches long.
On one print the letters of the upper card leaving
spaces or windows between.
On the second, print the lower letters, being sure
to line them up as shown by the dotted lines.
Now, tape the top piece In your front window.
When a friend approaches, place the second card
In position behind the first. Your greeting will read
"Merry Christmas."
In the Children's Department
VVTHEW a little boy and girl crowded up to him at
" the department store, Santa asked, "Do you
have any brothers and sisters?"
"Oh. yes, I have twice as many sisters as broth brothers,"
ers," brothers," the girl replied.
"And I have five times as many sisters as broth brothers,"
ers," brothers," the boy chimed in.
"Let's see, that makes how many children in the
family?" mused Santa. Do you know the answer?
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CHRISTMAS
candles are
assuming a wider
variety of shapes
and sizes than
ever this year.
Here is an at attractive"
tractive" attractive" set, for
instance, which
'can be made at
home.
Materials:
boxed paraffin; a
wick from aa old
candle (about 9
inches long).
Step 1: Using
a coping saw or
other sharp in instrument,
strument, instrument, carve a
set of four letters
in paraffin.
Step 2: Insert
short pieces of
wick in the tops
of letters as
shown at right.
Insertions may
be made with a
heated icepick or
other sharp bor boring
ing boring instrument

Decoration: Use a double boiler
to melt down additional paraffin.
When melted, allow to cool
slightly. Then beat with an egg egg-beater
beater egg-beater until foamy. (It may be
necessary to reheat from time
to time.) t When foamy, dab on
with an ol knife. (CAUTION:
Do not heat paraffin over direct
heat be sure to use double
boiler.) Sprinkle wlth.sequins or
gold dust while still warm.
FOR PUN-DJTS

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Remote Control Tester

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4 1 W m" '

HTHREE well known American
cities are represented above.
Funsters should have little diffi difficulty
culty difficulty pointing them out.
Time limit: 1 minute each.

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SANTA'S luvlrig trouble with a
renegade reindeer, but if he
makes thf right noyes within
the confines above, he should be
able to round him ufe pronto.
Santa, makes theLrat move
along a straight line from circle
to circle ith the object of land landing
ing landing in a clr!le occupied by the
animaU Santas move, ohvioualy,
on hisTiit atitempt can only
to No. 3. Tlio' reindeer sis a
wider field of action to begirt be being
ing being aWe to move to either NV. 8
or 7. They each alternate W
moves ana only one move ata"

time is allowed.

Of course, toe reindeer doe

his best to keep himself free.

V

Santa can capture his frisky
charger at the fourth move if he
knows how.
Play the game with a pencil,
or use counters, if you prefer.
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HJJfO THAT UNH" 8O11OTI0N

TWa is
one possible
method of
solving the
poser. You
may- have dis

covered a va variation
riation variation of it

8 (uojtoa) n6-oa 1 iJav

TTME yourself
A when you
start out and ate
how long it takes
you to guide this
young lady
(right, below) to
the mall box at
upper right and
back to where she
started. Begin at
the small arrow
pointing upward
at the bottom;
return: Via an another
other another route lead leading
ing leading to the second
arrow. Do not
cross heavy lines.

SOME persons have complete "mirror image"
that is, they are able to see things In reverse.
Lef a see if you are such a person.
Set up a pocket or purse mirror behind the draw draw-in;
in; draw-in; above. Qet a pencil and paper. Place the paper
between the drawing and your eyes, so that you
can see the diagram reflected on the paper. Then
try to trace the tree's" outline in the white space.

Lettertw

Mini-Test
IF YOU ttirtf
I you can tell
time, have some someone
one someone time you as
you attempt to
call out a period
of 15 seconds;
then 30 seconds;
then 1 minute.

A Visitor From the North Pole

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T'S not every day that the city

zoo gets a visitor from the

North Pole. But today there's

r

cause for rejoicing that is, there
was. Can you put the new arrival
back in the picture above?

By Eugene Sheffer
. HORIZONTAL
1 Plaee where Christ performed
his-first miracle (John 2:11)
5 A natural stream.
10 lafSPcontributor to Christmas
dinner.
14 Woe is me.
15 Sharp mountain spur.
lefeminine name.
17 Cawed to suffer because 0
religious belief.
19 Bishoprics.
20 Seat by the sltar.
21 King of Ellasar (Gen. 14:1)
23 Toward what place did Lot
pitch his tent? (Gen. 13:12)
28 Land in which Cain dwelt
27 Italian-make violin.
30 Tag,
32 Santa's reindeer minus one.
37 Administered the Sacrament
Of Penance (archaic)
39 -So Of Beta (1 Chr. 7:7)
40 Tierra del Fuegoan Indian.
41 Imitate.
42 Abyssinian prince.
43 Aeriform matter.
45 In what tongue was the let letter
ter letter to King Artaxerxes writ written?
ten? written? (Ezra 4:7)
47 Ecclesiastical court.
48 THpse with an eye on Santa.
50 Toper.
51 He fashioned a golden- calf
52 C&er.,2)
54-Jhstalls in office.
58 Reject.
58 Ten years.
63- Xhej month in which the Is Is-i'
i' Is-i' iWeates came out of bondage
(Ex. 13:4)
64 Manses.
68 Hub of a wheel.
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69 One of David's mighty men
(1 Chr. 12:9)
70 Something Santa is not
71 Small, secluded valley.
72 A range of hills.
73 Changes in aplant formation
VERTICAL
1 Crowns.
2 Opposite of aweather.
3 Aromatic plant
4 Helps.
5 Sped.
6 Son of Caleb (1 Chr. 4:15)
7 Veterinarian (abbr.)
8 Summer (Fr.)
9 Fortification.
10 Close by.
11 Butter substitute (colloq.)
12 Herring sauce.
13 Foolhardy.
18 One of Christ's last words on
the cross (Mark 15:34)
22 Oarden flowers.
24 Additional ones.
25 Blemish.
27 Worship.
28 The love of what is the root
of all evil? (1 Tim. 6:10)
29 Marble.
31 Salt of boric acid.
33 Santa has plenty of this.
34 Muse of lyric poetry.
35 Hebrew month.
37 Scout
38 Advance guard.
41 What possessions of Kish
were lost (1 Sam. 9:3)
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51 Solar disk.
53 Naaman was one (2 Ki. 5:1)
55 Dried brick.
56 Pealed.

57 Biblical mount (Deut 11:29)
58 Santa's reindeer minus three.
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61 Beloved.
62 Serf.
65 Fourth caliph.
66 Free.
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BISHOP HEBER GOODEN and the Rev. William W.
Baldwin at St Clare's Church, Santa Clara, before the
recent consecration ceremonies. Between them can be
seen David Yerkes, designer of the new church.

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FATHER BALDWIN tnd Bishop Geeden greet Mr. and Mrs. Albert Days ef CeU prior to
the ceremonies opening the new mission.

VISITORS Included Mrs. Evelyn Bush. Mrs. Albert Daniels. Mrs William Kirkland (organist)
and Mr. Daniels.

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By EUGENE FENNINGER
Onlv t.hrpp rhurchps in the world

are designed like the new Episco-:

pai L.nurcn 01 si. i-iare s, at uw
Clarr.
As Santa Clara became more
and more the spot where the wea weary
ry weary from the Canal Zone and the
Republic migrated to spend their
all-too-brief weekends and vaca vacations,
tions, vacations, there be .me a growing
need for a place of worship.
Residents in every community
and Santa Clara is a fast grow growing
ing growing on seen began te dream of
a church not only te serve their
religious needs, but also as a so social
cial social center.
Soon after the realization of tbe
need at Santa Clara came tbe ini-

liation of action.
Vacationers in the area found no
trouble in interesting the Rt. Rev.

j Heber Gooden, Bishop of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone Episcopal Mission

ary Diocese. Although for several
years, the Rev. Raymond T. Fer Ferris,
ris, Ferris, at tltft time Dean of the Ca Cathedral,
thedral, Cathedral, had been conducting serv services
ices services for visitors, residents, and U.
S. Armed Forces personnel station stationed
ed stationed at nearby Rio Hato, services
were few and far apart.

Three years ago these dreams be

gan to take a tangible form.
Deflations began first ea a
small scale, but finally increas increased
ed increased until in June of this year, the
Rev. William W. Baldwin, who
in addition to his duties as
Priest-in-cherge of St. Andrews
Mission In Cocoii, had been ap appointed
pointed appointed priest-m-charge of St.
Clare's, undertook the actual
building of a church.
The mission would ho oaHMmftt.

Clare's, ur memory of the woman
who joined St. Francis of Asaisi in
his vows of poverty, and was
later responsible for bis founding
of the Order of St. Domian aid
three other religious orders for

women.
Enlisting the architectMl abili

ties of David Yerkes, an employe
of the PanCanal Company as de designer,
signer, designer, Father Baldwin and Horace
Jones began the arduous task of
building the first church in Santa
Clara.
In the remarkably short period
of six months there rose on land
donated for the purpose by Joe
and Ada Farr, a building if an
entirely new ecclesiastical design.
Although at first sight tbe build building
ing building has a rather unassuming ap appearance,
pearance, appearance, deeper investigation will
reveal a more pleasing effect.
Entering the nave from the side,
its widest part, denotes man with
all his worldly affairs and prob problems,
lems, problems, but as he progresses up the
lone center aisle, the wedge-like
design guides his path to the small smallest
est smallest end where the Cross: rising
from a nave shaped altar climax climaxes
es climaxes the decor.
From the severe lines at the en entrance
trance entrance to this focal point, ancient
symbolism has been translated in into
to into a pleasing modem structure.
Particularly astonishing to the
visiter is the replacement of tha
traditional. Dossal or Reredot, (a
curtain, or carved weed screen
behind the altar) with a picture

Viewed from the nave of the
church one. feels, as Father Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin explained, a perfect freedom.
Beyond these windows, the foot foot-hills
hills foot-hills of the Continental Divide fur furnish
nish furnish a beautiful and inspiring
view.
The triune concept is carried out
extensively ia the design and even
reaches into the triangular lec lecterns,
terns, lecterns, and the triquetra candela-
The float wall of the building ia
dominated by a glass block cross
which when lighted at eight forms
the only frontal decoration.
The contemporary symplicity of
the church symbols are carried out
in all the furnishings and climax climaxed
ed climaxed by a ten foot-tall, hand hewn
white wooden cross'. This cross tig

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FATHER WILLIAM BALDWIN (left) explain details to early trrivals, Edward Aanrsen and
Charles Powell. Note how the tnlnne motltf. is carried into the candelabrum on the altar ia,
(he foreground.

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from the foundation, through

stone altar, symbolizes the rev

ision of the Son of God k the

Testament.

'ossibly the most amazing fact

ui mis cnurcn is us cost.

tiriginal plans estimates static statical
al statical Coats would be nearly $15,-

penses were shaved here,

ashed deeply there, and when

carpenters had cleared the

vdust and shavings, they found

pt they had a total cash outlay

t only 7W0 less than half the es-

lated commercial construction

site.

This particular style of areW-

ciure a two trom Being econo-

cal, affords the greatest

of usable space. Mainten-

ce.it virtually "built out" for

oniy wood touchfitfl tho floor

mat in the deer frames. Ev-

yming else it metal, concrete,
glatt.

tied with additions and modi

rations from plans and reports
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l wo similar cnurcnes is tne u.s.

Clarfr'e is believed to be the

jircf of its kind in the world.

Truly in harmony with the cur-
nl nmpfio nf "Hn.it rnmoAlf"

oiects. the construction was su

Icrvrsed by Father Baldwin and

iRirace jones. None of the work

Ms performed commercially.
Weekends saw the ei-patt iu

M of activity, when skilled and

unskilled laborers joined hands in
doing whatever part of the task
they might do to complete their
plan.
"If anyone were to be desig

nated foreman of the work,"
Father Baldwin noted, "certain "certainty
ty "certainty it would be Joe Farr. Every
day tince Juno IS when the first
ground waa broken, Joe wat oa
hand to look after the infant

church's welt being."
Over 150 friends, parish oners
and well-wishers crowded the
nave designed to seat bat 60 to
join in the Consecration on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Dec. 8. Many had traveled
from the Canal Zone and Republic
to see their dream become a rea reality.
lity. reality. Bishop Gooden, serving as Con Con-secrator,
secrator, Con-secrator, and Father Baldwin as
Priest-in-charge, were assisted in
the hour long service by Dean
Mainert Peterson, Rev. John
Spalding, Dr. John H. Townsend,
ReV. Peter Farmer, Rev. Roger H.
Green, and Rev. Samuel Walden.

pastor of the Trinity Methodist

Church m Colon.

-The choir from St. Luke's Cathe Cathedral,
dral, Cathedral, under the direction of Dean
Peterson, and Mrs. William Kirk Kirk-iand
iand Kirk-iand at the organ furnished the

music.

following the service, a recep reception
tion reception was held in one of the five
nearby cottages which compose
the St. Clare Episcopal Conference

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ON HAND TO HELP Father Baldwin celebrate the consecration were Mrs. Barbara Bach,

Capt. E. G. Abbot and Mrs. Roth Madden, of the Canal Zone.

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ALTHOUGH THE CHURCH waa designed to hold only CO worshippers, nearly 150 guests were
on hand for the consecration.

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AFTER THE CONSECRATION, one of the eot4agda of the POINTS Or ANCIENT SYMBOLISM are explained by Father
Episcopal mission center threw open Its doors for a reception Baldwin, to Charles Powell. Although St. Clares is in the
of guests. Here Mrs. Eugene Fenningou and Mis Winifred contemporary mode, none of the beauty of the church has
Seeley assist with the preparations. been anerfiieed.

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SEA CHANGE
By Philip Booth
Blind lovers on the sand,
we lie apart to bathe
in tun. hand touching hand
beneath the breaking ware
of summer. We drowse, drown,
under the sun's noon weight,
breathing the sea, prone
to death, our eyelids tight
against the swimming world
of Infinite light. The sky
kaleidoscopes to gold
in my spectrum-heavy eye.
brightens, fades, and grays
beneath the heat-wave cloud
where we wake, castaways,
cold as the sea is loud.

FfcOM THE WINDOW DOWN
By Louis 0. Cox
I follow from my window down
The paths my children's feet have mown,
Running to the rim of hank
Where I stood once. Yarrow is rank,
St.-Pohn's-wort straggles at the verge;
The paths like past and future merge
In a single child, myself or mine.
Poised there a season out of time.
And blown like the burrowing swallow, he
Shall next in time drop down to sea,
Dropping below my sight to find
Salt desolation. I am blind;
Another watched me so. I gate
And see myself a child, and raise
That head that I held so before
The bank undid me to the shore.
Psemt Courtesy sf The New Yorker.

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STRIKE DRIFTS ALONC-Waterfront of the Fore River
Shipyard (background) at Quincy, Mass.,.is picketed by itrik itrik-ing
ing itrik-ing (.raftsmen's unios members in a small boat. With-draftsmen
picketing tht a.ies, the walkout idled 8,000 workers.
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OEMS CONTROL STATE HOUSES When President Eisenhower begins his second term in
January he will And at least 28 of the nation's 48 governorships in Democratic hands. Of the 29
at stake, the GOP and Democrats each captured 14. One contest, Rhode Island, finds Democratic
incumbent Dennis J. Roberts leading by a scant 200 votes. This contest will not be decided until
Nov. 20 when 11,000 absentee ballots are counted. Democrats bucked the Eisenhower trend to
oust Republicans from governorships in Massachusetts, Washington, Oregon. lews and Kansas,
i The OOP won former Democratic state houses in Ohio. West Virginia and New Mexico

5

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WASHINGTON. Prime MisAs-

ter Eden, while vacationing in the

British West Indies, was angling

for an invitation to visit rres:-

However, though the two men

were within only a few hours fly flying
ing flying time, Ike has been aloof.

Eden needs a visit wun me rres

ident to rebuild his badly batter

ed political prestige. Without it he

may nave to resign snoruy. in iaci

even with t the chances of Bis re resignation
signation resignation are fairly certain.

Hitherto, the President has fol

lowed along with the tough Dulles

recommendation that he should

have so meeting with the French
and British until they pull their

troops out of Sues.

Now that they ve made a nrm

commitment, however, the Presi

dent may relent.
waning McCarthy

Times have changed in the home

state of Sen. Joe McCarthy. They

have also changed in toe rest of

the USA. Here are some scenes
which indicate the change:
SCENE 1- Wheeling, W. Va.,

February 1950. McCarthy proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed there were "205 card-carrying

Communists in the State Depart

ment "known to Secretary Dean

Acheson. Two days later he

changed the figure to 57 Commu

nists, and nine days after that to

81

Despite the obvious unreliability

of McCarthy's figures, American
Newspapers played it up. A camp
aign year was approaching. The is issue
sue issue of McCarlhyism flared before
the American public. Witch-hunting
became the chief Congression Congressional
al Congressional sport of the day.
In the end not one of those in
the State Department to whom Mc
Carthy pointed was proved a Com Communist.
munist. Communist. SCENE 2- Wisconsin in 1956.
The junior Senator from that state
announced he would run for the

.Senate again. Loyally this was

news. There had been consider considerable
able considerable talk that McCarthy for health
reasons would not run again. But
news of hi j announcement was bu buried
ried buried in the inside pages."

SCENI 3 West Allis, a suburb

ot Milwaukee. McCarthy was to
speak. A few years ago any meet meeting
ing meeting featuring McCarthy would have
been packed. At West Allis 75 peo people
ple people turned up.

SCENE 4- The GOP campaign
in Wisconsin this year. Shortly af

ter McCarthy was re-elected in
1952 he was the Wisconsin Lincoln
Day speaker. With him was Vern
on Thomson, who made a maudlin
speech praising McCarthy.

Last month the same Vernon

Thomson, running for Governor of

Wisconsin, was very careful all

daring his campaign to let so news
photographer take a picture of
aim alongside the see-htraMed

EPILOGUE -Not one of die

State Department officials to

whom McCarthy pointed was ever
proved a Communist.
The moral is net "how the migh mighty
ty mighty have fallen" but rather how the
press of America can make or
break a man.
McCarthy was a great figure as
long as he was pointing to Com Communists
munists Communists inside the Truman Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration. 'He was not a great figure when

he pointed to Communists inside

the Eisenhower Administration.
There were very few Communists
in either.
IKE'S BRIDGE PARTNER
It was no accident that Gen. Al
Gruenther became head of the A,
merican Red Cross with hud

quarters just across The Ellipse

irom tne wnite House.
Inside fact is that he turned
down a salary of unwarrl nf f1M).

000 with Olin-Mathieson Industries

to take a $30,000 job with the Red
Cross.
Behind this is many years of
ClOSe association between firnpnth.

er and Dwlght D. Eisenhower dat-

iug use io wieir younger aays in
the Army, extending through ma-
HV evenincs at. hririoe onri innlivl-

ing the war years in Europe plus

me postwar years at SHAPE in
Paris.
Gruenther is definitely slated for
a top post in the Eisenhower Ad Administrationlater.
ministrationlater. Administrationlater. His health has

not Deen too good recently.

SWAN SONG -Tamed baritone-basso
Ezio Pinza says he
has given up singing for acting
He made the decision during
the run of his last Broadway
musical play "Fanny The fa famous
mous famous operatic star became a
matinee idol in the musical
"South PaciAc" with Mary
Martin In July he suffered
stroke in his home town of
Ravenna, Italy. He has been
recovering at his Stamford,
Conn., heme. Pinza hopes for a
straight acting role in television,
movies or the stage.

But he will be on tap far confer

ences at the White House and IaU
er possibly Secretary of Defense
or more remotely, Secretary sf

state.

Gruenther made a big impres

sion on Western allies when he
was in charge of NATO. However,

Eisenhower is reported dubious a a-bout
bout a-bout having two military men

himself and Gruenther in charge
of foreign affairs.

MAILBAG
M. B New York The report

that President Eisenhower threat threatened
ened threatened to use the Sixth Fleet against
the British and French unless thev

called off their Egyptian invasion

is preposterous.

Its true the British were wor

ried about the Sixth Fleet and
wondered what its orders were.

But the orders were simply to help

evacuate American personnel.

At one point, a couple of sixth
Fleet ships got mixed up in a Brit

ish invasion eonvoy. There was a
good-natured exchange of signals,
and the incident passed without

trouble. Ths may have led to the
erroneous report.
Mrs. T. R Fitinnt.rlolr Unll,r.

wood- The National Park Serviee
assures me that nn nrmiAnc iAft

wood trees are being' cut commer commercially
cially commercially in Sequoia or King's Cayon

na'ionai 1'arKS.

The giants Vnil caw warn nrnh

ably sugar pines on national forest

iana aajcrent to the national par
where controlled cutting by the
Ivory Pine Company has been go' go'-ing
ing go'-ing on for several years on a bid
basis.
Also, it's true that there was a
fire in the vicinity last year and
that some trees were damaged
and had to be removed.

CAUTIOUS
STATE DEPARTMENT

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The State Denartment lc cn nm

OUS about fho wnrld

stopped a demonst-ation of Army

inuuuicv tor rpar ir. mmhi ha mis

interpreted by trigger-happy Rus Russia.
sia. Russia.

The Army wanted to fly a com company
pany company of paratroopers to Belgium
to commemorate the Battle of the
Bulge. The plan was to send 400
men from the famous 101st Para-
troooors h divisinn that with

stood the German breakthrough

ana siuooorniy retusea to surrend surrender.
er. surrender. The comnanv was tn narafhut

into Belgium on field maneuvers,

uiea marcn to nastogne to par participate'
ticipate' participate' m the local celebration be between
tween between Dec. 16 and 22. This would
demonstrate dramatically how fast
American troops could be rushed
hallway around the world in an

emergency.

Gen. Maxwell Taylor, the Army
chief, liked the idea. But the State
Department flatly turned it down.
They feared Rossis might get the

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Checking on Cheaters

By BOB RUARK

1 was rummaging around in the
old lady's effects the other day,
looking for a pair of pliers or
something, and eame upon a trove
at snnt.arles.

Now, Mama is as blind as a bat,

hut I nad not realized now many
pairs of specs she had. About
three dosen, at last count.
There were harlequin specs, and
phra and User and leouardrim-

med specs, gold-dusted specs for

evening, jeweled specs, duck,
irpte, red-rimmed specs, and
flocks of just ordinary specs. They
are as much a part of her costume
as a dress.
It occurs to me that not so ma many
ny many years ago anybody who had to
wear them was as inconspicuous
about it as possible. Dorothy Park Parker
er Parker wrote that famous line about
people not making passes at girls
who wear glasses, and the girls
todk it to heart.
When I was courting, I practic practically
ally practically had to beat my bride-to-be to
make her wear the things, be because
cause because she was falling all over the
place and getting hump-shouldered
from peering.
Even the men Were prttty cha chary
ry chary of spectacles, and such terms
as "owl eyes" and "four eyes"
were common. But sora e t h i ng
changed it all maybe Dave Gar Gar-roway
roway Gar-roway or Bobby Clark. The ladies,
and the gentlemen as well, are not
chic unless they come out in horn
rims that make C'rrk's painted-on
jobs look modest.
The use of the eye-crutches has
cut across all ethnic and economic

lines. Cab drivers, ball players,

jazz musicians, debutantes, and
everybody who works in the ad advertising
vertising advertising business sports a set of

cheaters.

I can't believe that so many peo people
ple people have suddenly come down with

faulty eyesight. Heavy specs have
become costume jewelry for the
dames, aid a form of swagger
stick for the men. Points are made
by stabbing glasses at you. Though

is indicated by twirling them.

Nervous neonle fiddle with them

They are excellent, for holding

oown papers on oesKs.
Not so long ago I was discus

sing this with a friend and he
clinched the point for me. Seems

he was lunching with an ad agen agency
cy agency friend, who suddenly got up to

make a phone call and left his

horn-rims on the table.
The other fellow, out of curiosi

ty, picked up the specs and tried

them on. Thi3 fellow has 20-20 vi

sion and the glasses didn't do

thing. They were cheaters for sure

because the lenses were just or

dinary glass.

It is, indeed, a strange world of

appearances today. People who us

ed to dye gray hair black now dye
it white. Grown men go around

with crew-cuts and offer a curious

sample of pointed head. Dolls

smoke pipes. Everybody uses cig

aret holders, once thought to be

mannered, if not sissy.

And everybody wears glasses

including, I shouldn't wonder, Miss

Dorothy Parker.

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station attendant as the deaf boy from Irwin, Pa., and sister,
Karen 6 prepare for a run in the country. Georges grand grand-(w'h'uht
(w'h'uht grand-(w'h'uht the 75-mile-a-Bailon vehicle; as a practical means

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in a feeding trough and chomps contentedly. Its owner, Arnold
Raybuck of Bradenton, ria., bought the freak animal in North
Carolina and plans to put it on exhibition. '""

DROUGHT IS ALL IT'S CRACKED UP TO BE Effects of the months-long drought in
Kansas are seen in this parched, cracked pond, located near Kansas City in suburban Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte County. Last sizable rain in the county was on Aug. 17, when less than half an inch wot'
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THE MAGIC LANTERNS

DeMilk. His flair for the ffamboy ffamboy-I
I ffamboy-I ant'has been expressed by his cel-

i. 'hat nnnrrulm where Mer-'luloid spectaculars as well as his

n .i uiriu on.ctar with Cinder- shrewd sense of exploitation ... De

ella there are strange and wonder- Mille once purchased a $1500 chin

ful tales, They involve oeauwiui

an

women who are frequently melan

choly, successfu men who have in intense
tense intense insecurities and famous
stars who are friendless. Paradox

is cdmmon ut Hollywooc so is ir irony:
ony: irony: Movieville's most successful

actor insists be isn't one. i m uui

ar-.tor." declares John Wayne,

I'm a reaetor. I just do what

. .'i .1!. ail

seems natural in a situation, au
I have is sincerity and simplicity."

Even the titans of the industry

arc haunted bv Dvcmv anxieties.

Sam. Goldwvn. for example. Short

ly afteV-one of his flickers was

crowned with nine Oscars, Gold

wvn moaned: "It's not enough to

be good. I never was bad on pur

pose in my life, buppose next time

l make a stinxerv i m worrying

and worrying about that.

chilla-trimmed nightgown which a
star merely dragged across the
floor during one episode. Other
studio execs were aghast by what
they considered such wild extrava extravagance.
gance. extravagance. De Mille countered: "Wait
till you see what the $1500 night nightgown
gown nightgown means to the box-office." The
lavish nightgown yarn cr a s h e d
countless papers. Several editorial

ists denounced DeMille for squand squandering
ering squandering coin. It was estimated the

$1500 nightgown publicity added a
quarter million dollars to the gross.

Another showman who had a de
cisivc influence on the film indus
try's surge was Darryl Zanuck

And it all began as the consequence

of a fateful vagary ... Zanuck once

read a news item disclosing that

488 Chicago mobsters had been

Although Hollywood manufactur- riddled in a single year. It inspired

as dream, it is generally a ruth- a pair of memorable films, "uoor

1ps husiness fop the dream-mak- way to Hell" and The Public Ene

ers. The lure of stardom may be my," and resulted fn the gangster
irresistible but the competition a-! mov'e cycle. These flickers were
mong performers is almost sav- lucrative. More important, howevf

age The bleaxer aspects were er, uiey represemeu an miiunwuii
expressed by Lana Tuvrer: "There in cinema-making: Film journal journal-are
are journal-are plenty -of blondes in Hollywood) ism ... The pioneering endeavor
who are taking their careers serl- still exercises a tremendous m-

ously. It has always been a rat nuence over tnc movie industry as

race getting on top, staying mere wen television.

and being lucky enough to hold on

A more profound appraisal of the

emotional problems involved was
once made by Joan Crawford: "I

play the love scenes that elude me

in reality, that leave me empty empty-handed.
handed. empty-handed. My life has been a search

for security and I don't mean mon money,
ey, money, there's no security in that I
mean emotional security."
Ironically, the draam girls of often
ten often have difficulty in reconcil reconciling
ing reconciling their dreams with reality.
Kim Novak, for example. The
Lovely One recently confessed:

"I still walk to work, i don t
have a ear, furs, den't have more
clothes. Still don't own an eve eve-ning
ning eve-ning gown. I borrow the studies.'
It scares you to spend that much
money on one dress."
Movie queens, yew may he e e-stouuded
stouuded e-stouuded te learn, are human
beings.

The curvy charmers and the

passionate fantasies they create
for millions of strangers have

made Freud Hollywood's most po popular
pular popular unacknowledged asset. Al

though producers often publicly

discuss then devotion to the mem

urn's artistic aspects, they would

rather put their money on a doll s

lovely lines. Sex is always good

box-Office, among other things.

Despite the obvious lure of A A-dam
dam A-dam and Eve, much of the film
industry's vigor has been derived
from its showmen. The outstand-

g illustration is probabi;

The ability to enchant millions
whilo being wracked by loneli loneliness
ness loneliness Is ene of Movieville's more
common paradexe A good case
in point is Ingrid Bergman, who
recently wrote in Collier's: "Hol "Hollywood
lywood "Hollywood can be a terribly lonely
place. I once mide a remark
that caused much laughter n
Italy: 'I've kissed Humphrey Bo Bo-fart,
fart, Bo-fart, but I don't know him.' I
literally meant that. When I liv lived
ed lived in Hollywood I hrd a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful association with Humphrey
Bogart, Gregory Peck, C a r y
Grant and all the others, while
working with them in various
films. But after we left the stu studio,
dio, studio, they all ret red to their own
circle of friends. Blng Crosby,
for example, was one of the most
charming, most r taxed persons
I have ever worked with, but I
never knew him or his wife or
hit children."

Ingrid has detailed the fact that
Hollywood is mor- of a factory
than a fairyland. The mere upkeep
of a star involves aif army includ including
ing including press agents, a staff of make makeup
up makeup men, cameramen, hairdressers,
carpenters, lawyers, agents ac accountants
countants accountants ... Although crowns can
be a burden for movie queens, a
more crushing' load Is represented
by failure. As Shelley Winters not noted:
ed: noted: "Being out of work anywhere
is bad, but in Hollywood it is ter terrible
rible terrible $500-a week people only
week people only talk to $100 a

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work can't talk to anybody."
Money talks big in Hollywood,
as elsewhere. When Louis B. May
er was Mister MGM, an executive
reported on negotiations for a sto story:
ry: story: "It would make a great movie
but we'll have to let it go. The au author
thor author wants a hundred and fifty
thousand for it and I don't figure
it's worth more than a hundred."
Mayer responded: "Do you mean
to tell me that a story is great at
a hundred thousand and not at a
hundred and fifty? A great picture.
If it's good It'll bring in ten mil million
lion million at the box-office. What the
hell s fifty-thousand dollars?"
You can detect the source of
the magk m the magic lanterns
by understanding the basic mo motivations
tivations motivations of stars; The desire te
please and the craving for affec affection.
tion. affection. Performers enjoy perform performing
ing performing they have an almost mystic
al devotion te their craft. "I nev never
er never dared think about it," Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe has stated, "but new
I want to be an artist. I want te
be a real actress." Out of that
creative urge has Verne an en entertainment
tertainment entertainment empire from the
nickelodeon era .e the Age of
OnemaSccpe.
Stardust has many qualities of
past- jewels. Nevertheless, the
sparkle is popula- anc! enduring.

nvu s latest lament, Marilyn s sas sassy
sy sassy comment, Rita's et dish, what
Jane wears while sleeping often
attract greater public interest than
a statesman's eloquent address.
Significantly, Movieville is covered
by several hundred correspondent
from almost every corner of the
globe ... Celluloidia was most ac accurately
curately accurately nutshelled by Will Rog Rogers:
ers: Rogers: ''Hollywood is where dreams
become reality .md reality is
stranger than dreams."
Pete And Betsv

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Think Of Future

COLUMBUS, ,0. (UP) Pete
and Betsy cause a number of eye eyebrows
brows eyebrows to raise when they call each
week at the drive-In window of a
local bank.
Pete is a boy, 15, and Betsy is
a horse of about the same age.
The two get in line at, the drive drive-in
in drive-in window built for the conven convenience
ience convenience of motorists.
Harold Thomas Haberman,
known as Pete,explained that he
deposited two or three dollars a
week, "Depends on how much I
can spare."
He said he withdraws his mon money
ey money from time to time to buy hay
and feed for his brown and white
horse.
Pete lives with his father and
has a part-time job in a'restau a'restau-rant.
rant. a'restau-rant. His mother died four years
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York pet shop, bottle-feeds his own pet kitten, Puss, They are
close pals. As you might guess by the way he hogs the camera,
15-months-old Impy Is television actor.

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HAPPY PAY-OFF Roy Kimball, enthusiastic 4-H Club
member oPCaspar, Wya, ha happy grin as he bids farewell
to 'the high-quality Hereford steer he raised and sold for a
reebrd price. The average price for 4-H beef at the Central
Wyoming Fair was $30.31 per hundredweight-.- Rejf's. 946 946-pound
pound 946-pound steer brought $42.75 when- bought by Caspars Hotel
Henning. SO, with a deduction for shrinkage, the TfKyear-old
vo'i'iqVster qocketed a Check fdr 1372. ' ' '

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overcome the limitations of his height while painting pic pic-titfss
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cat
55 Nautical
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58 Small
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70 Inset
72 Sovereign
73 Fearful
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timber'
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78 Vampire
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89 Coral
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91 Extinct
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93 Hoarfrost
94 Ignore
96 Forage
crop
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108 Before
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112 Deficiency
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125 Privately
127 Wading
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128 Dross
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131 Camper's
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3 Thailand
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abode of
plant or
animal
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stance substance 7 More
sensible,,
jg Masculine
name.
& 9 Second
vendition
10 Created
being
11 Long
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H Legislator
15 Mourner
16 Black
17 Tropical
plant
Jg-Awalt 1
28 Vandal
30 Lame
32-Setof
35 Incident
36 Green
38 Supply
39 Aflame
Fotos

VERTICAL
40 -Imperial
41 Affection Affectionate
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44 CaU out
45 Separate
46 Negotiate
49 Spar
51 Deep mud
64 Renewal
56 White
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law, a
member,
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62 Cereal
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69 Austral-

lumber lumber-man
man lumber-man 71 Indian
73 Nominal
74 Disclose
76-Alarni
76 Sum
77 Run away
78 Rail
79 Fleshy
fruit
80 Aware
81 Clause to
bill in
passage
82 Equals
85 Cement

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city
90 Mechanl
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100 Service at
close of
meal
103 Branch of
learning
105 Official
of
content
or weight
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109 Flower

part
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112-Long
of silk
113 Hawaiian
dance
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flowing
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Review Of The Week

ISTHMIAN

WORLD-WIOL

SPORTS

UNIDENTIFIED AS IT approached, but known in
raping circles thoroughout the world before it clear cleared
ed cleared lor tta Pacific, the billionth ton of canal cargo
brought at least that much rightful pride to thwanen
and women who run the waterway.
At the Gatun ceremonies Wednesday morning and
the partv the Canal gave for shipping agents that
night, everybody's chest was gut. One shipping agent
remarked that the transit of that one ton of cotton'
seem to mark's hew era for local shipping firms. An Another
other Another chimed in that he liked Gov. Potter's use of the
word "customers" in saluting the agents. Potter had
said : "These are the men who put the cash on the
barrelhead
Flags of some 160 world shipping lines which use
the Canal were flying in the breeze at Gatun. As
many as could be hung in Tivoll ballroom were brought
across the Isthmus and hung for the party.
Grand finale of the day came when the lights were
turned down and celebrants saw an excellent black
and-whlte film of the morning events. Many spotted
themselves. Everybody wondered how W. B. Mallory
of the Motion Picture Service had, managed to pro process
cess process the fi!m in a few hours time. People cheered.
The Canal bad another word for shipping a a-gents
gents a-gents this week, bat it was a reminder, not a re
relation. Thev were formally notified of what tbey
had known since the 1955 Panama-FS Treat as
siened and ratified. The Canal will discontinue
all sales of roods to ships except as specifically
provided la that treaty and its ancillary memor memorandum.
andum. memorandum. Fuel and lubricants will continue to be sold,
and saKs to U.S. rovernment ships will be con continued,
tinued, continued, as weH as shins stores necessar for vessels
under repair. The Canal noW that the commit commitment
ment commitment to refrain from sale does not depend up upon
on upon the availability of supplies in the Republic of
Panama.
New 'afcor lenders will be chosen todav by the Cen Central
tral Central labor Union at an 8:30 ;hi. meetln at Balboa
Heights. Several of the men who have carried the ball
for many years for th Amrtcan-citien labor proun.
are bowing out of office. 0ers may still remain at
or near the helrff Of the CLU.
Indignation Hint boiled i:o ambler rrenr at renorts
of raelne school ..buses ot nromnt action from Canal
Zone police. Sneclal deect.iv were pfloned in an
unmarked car alone? Oaillard HhwaV Thev caueht no
schoolbus drivers racing h triw nabbed the men at
the wheels of two almost-filled whoolHisex soeeriine
55 mnh in a 40-mile ne. common carrier bus driver
w nicked no too.
All were fined iR in Piihna wis,rafcVi C",rt
after sno"ing a ni"ht in Balboa fall for lek of 35
bail each. Th vhmi buses were carrying students from
Par also to Santa Crux.
Som,hln' new w tee ) wi
nonnced at Ft. Kobfce C-n jh f SmH the
provost marshal. ba told the fetv erwtefl fr
etf1" vehicle operators who drive outstandingly

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out for year r m we to r nl nti rv rv-Ice
Ice rv-Ice were held Wedoe- t Anie-'.- riir-H Cnco Cnco-11
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the M ihest cataract In the world Angel Fall In

Venezuela.
jr,e? jim in Gorres VToaa,l after a roe e
pe.ey while conyalecro ernv nmenw""'. whi"h
followed minor olne aeeww in navld i-f teT
Hi hodv was rrerr."'"' and the, ashes will later be
scattered over Angel Falls.
Two fcmerlon enrnr"erclpt 'nlW" l'"-t evn t
tKefr fet wet Wdn,f'''" wVnn thev Vi to dl-h
their oro r1ne o" "rTfn Jal-n'', SVetfst
Ftane- of Panama and Lewis Lyman oLJBt. Peters Peters-bur
bur Peters-bur Fla. 1
After radioing a ea" for help. th nilot broke ovt
life rafts, were nicked mv bv a sallboatr tran.ferre-i
to a launch then were brouaMm bv an Albrook FB
rescue crat sent odt by Caribbean Air Command.
i o
Another lurW man ws monnlnr W hew Hh
' re He' Mel ford Hvmnn treasurer of La fWa
' Credit rnion. rennejted th- 1i of a If neeotf neeotf-'
' neeotf-' Me check near Balboa Post OftVe. An hnrW fln fln-'
' fln-' er. Granville Moor, also La Boon, had already
', turned It in to Balboa police.
Starting tomorrow nolio shots will be available for
adults who are eligible for medial care at -Canal
Zone medical facilities. Unlike tbjS inoculation nro nro-gram
gram nro-gram for children and nrepnahf women, these shots
will not be free. A charge of from 50 cents to $2 will
Y be made.
Isthmians have been asked to help with the $5 mil million
lion million emergency appeal sponsored bv the American
National Red Cross for Hungarian relief. Gifts may bo
to anv Canal Zone Red Cross Chanter. The USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB United Fund Council started the ball rolling
with $5000. Donations for the Hungarian refugees
mav also be sent to British Ambassador Ian Leslie
Henderson.
Christmas savings in. Panama and Goleri Jesp. to
$1 ?fi4 MtfjjOHhis veSrJ an increase Of tMm ovr 1955.
The Pttnami Savings Bank this week started pav paving
ing paving oit the savings accounts Tuesdav so that deposit
ors could start their Christmas shopping early.
The p mama Municipal Trea.crr extended the
time fTmit for the acon'sitlon of 1957 licensesnlates
until tefm HLr 4ririen t nwMWf dy'lf wrVrT

THE WEEK'S GOOD and bad news on the Interna International
tional International balance sheet: Communist regimes were to
trouble throughout Eastern Europe this week
Rebellious Hungarian workers defied the threat of
death under a new regime of martial law. There were
anti-Russian riots in Poland. Dangerous unrest was
reported In other Soviet satellite countries.
The United Nations General Assembly, by a vote of
55 to 8. condemned Russia's intervention in Hungary
and called upon the Soviet Union to withdraw it
trooofi
The U t". Security Council voted unanimously to ad admit
mit admit Japay to the world organisation. The General As Assembly
sembly Assembly wac expected to approve its action next Tues-

Secretary of State John Foster Dulles startled his
fellow .members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organ Organization,
ization, Organization, meeting in Paris, by announcing that the
United States could not agTee to consult Us allies in
advance it a situation arose which made emerigency
action necessary.
Hungarian workers called a 48-hour general strike
to protest the arrest of labor leaders. The puppet
regime ofcremler Janos Kadar responded with a
decree of martial law. It threatened the death penal penalty
ty penalty against any who opposed it. The decree served only
to extend the strike beyond the 48-hour period. New
clashes were reporteH. in Budapest between patriots
and Russian and Hungarian puppet forces.
Anti-Communists attacked the Soviet consulate in
the Polish Baltic oort of Stettin and wrecked furni furniture.
ture. furniture. In Poznan, where riots Jast June touched off the
surge of revolt In the satellite countries, demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators demanded the withdrawal of Soviet troops from
Huneary.
Mounting student unrest alarmed Red authorities
In East Germany. Moscow dispatches disclosed that a
Communist leader In Lithuania, which is a parVof the
Soviet Union itself, complained that "reactionaries "reactionaries-bad
bad "reactionaries-bad "begun to raise their heads."
The U N Security Council vote approving. Japan's
aoplication for admission came after the signature
of a Russian-Japanese peace treaty. Russia had
blocked Japan's admission for years.
Japan once the dominant nation in East Asia now
will be fully restored to the family of nations.
Secretary Dulles made his Paris speech in comment commenting
ing commenting on a move to broaden the scope of NATO so as to
include consultation on foreign policy by Its mem members.
bers. members. Dulles cited, the possibility of a Chinese Communist
attack on Formosa as an instance in which the Unit United
ed United States would have to act alone.
Dulles' fellow delegates were surprised bv his pro pronouncement
nouncement pronouncement in view of the angry American denuncia denunciation
tion denunciation of the British-French invasion of the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in what they hold to have been an emer emergency.
gency. emergency. Washington An American business man says rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Cuban sugar Industry are oreattn
a sour impression on the people they are supposed to
influence. Frank Kemp, a representative of the A A-mericart
mericart A-mericart Beet Suear Industry, told a Senate commit committee
tee committee on lobbying that Cuban representatives are noted
fOTJt?lr b?, nwnne's in approaching Congressmen
and the public.
v!!110 9ty-Offklalsof Mexican government
their covti try's Improved electronic equipment wHl
SKTLan,S J?! communication! between Mexico
i Lni!d s!5tts Completion of the new instal installations
lations installations is set for May of next year.
Mexico City Police say lfTpersons were killed and
go others Injured durln the annual pllgrlmaee to
Jtoko shrlne of the Virgin of GuaAlipe. FighU
wt hi WJ Sn2f.a!ountedi. ,or cMualttoa. Some were
3nJ!tS&!Zn irtnr the celebrations.
?rfri ,.27 dteorderlJ conduct were wide,
spread There were 150 arrests.
i.I?:V-ci?a,p' HonduraTh7Honduran foreign mln mln-$SLu
$SLu mln-$SLu u"exDectodJy Hew Torir from Teguci Tegucigalpa.
galpa. Tegucigalpa. No prevlout announcement of the Wo was
rknb llWM "nrferstood that forelin mLste?
frteban Mendoaa will nroceed to tiie Hague, Nether Nether-of
of Nether-of TmJS W,"oappear the international court
SLpS1 wiS Wlth a ng border
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ONE Of THE big heroes of modern baseball
Jackie Robinson has crossed the river. ThO
Dodgers traded. Robinson to the Giants ftld they
dosed the deal last week but held up announcement
until the players could be notified.
Robinson was the first Negro to play in the majors.
He started out as a second baseman at the Dodger
'Montreal farm club but broke into the big-tune as a
first baseman In 1047. Since then, he has played see see-ted,
ted, see-ted, third and the outfield. Manager BUI Rlgney of
the Giants said Robinson-witt be his first baseman
next year. Rlgney said he's "elated by the deal."
The 3d -year-old Robinson an all-around athlete
at UCLA- has a Hfetlme batting average of 309 and
hit .300 for six straight seasons. He had a running feud
with former Giant Manager Leo Durocher and al always
ways always seemed to play best against the Giants. Robin Robinson
son Robinson is a fiery and smart player and a brilliant base base-runner.
runner. base-runner. He is at his best distracting the opposing
pitcher by taking long leads off base.
F. binson said he bas "no hard feelings for the
Dodger management and nothing but friendship,
for the players. I'll give the Giants everything I've
got," be said. "Just as I gave the Dodgers every everything
thing everything I had far W years."
Vice-President Buzzy Bavasl said the Dodgers could
have made a better deal for Robinson. But Bavasl
said he knew Robinson wanted to say in New York.
He said some young player will replace Robinson at
third base where Jackie played last. year.
Dodger Manager Walter Alston said he made the
trade because Brooklyn needed a left-handed relief
pitcher. Besides, said Alston. "We have to start mov moving
ing moving some of the younger fellows in."
Rienev said Robinson should be a regular "at least
another four years." The Giant manager predicted
Robinson's career will be lengthened because "there
Is considerably less wear and tear at first base. He
pjays to win.7 said Rleney. "He's the'type of plaver
we want and need.'' The Giants have bean looking
for a first baseman since Bill White entered the
Army. . ';
Branch Rickev predicted Robinson "will have a great
year with the Giants. He is not through at all," said
mickey. It was Rickey at the time general manager
of the Do'Jgers who brought Robinson into the ma majors
jors majors and broke baseball's unwritten "color line."'
Ne York Yankee slueger Mickey Mantle swept the
American League's batting honors for 1966 with the
greatest individual performance In M years.
Official figures released this evening showed that
Mantle becarw the league's first trlole crown winder
since Ted William of Boston turned the trick in 1947
Mantle also led the circuit in runs scored and total
bates
The husky centerflelder for the' world chamniom
finished the season with a 353 batting average. He
led In home runs with 53 and was tons in runs bat batted
ted batted In with 130. In addition he scored 132 runs and
had 376 tdtal bases. -S
Mantle s nerformance was chleflv responsible for

Yankees-leading the league W runs scored with 857.
home run? With an Anmeri-pn Lea-nie toardf
and runs batted in with 788. The Yankees tied the
P S in fam batting with .370 behlng Detroit's
top rfe-teani-nwk. , ...
Shortstop Harvev Knenn of DeHt l-d
leaTM hT.it wMh 1M. ft was third time in
Kaena's fear year esreer that he wn thbi bon-r.
In othe- cataeori. Jim Plersall of Boston was tops
in doublti with 400.. Minnie WJ"
JnelrSe Jancen of Boston . Hprrv SlmnsOn a Kt.s
anmll Washington were tied In tri triples
ples triples with 11 each.
Unbeaten heavyweight AiexMltefl of Awntlna
registered his eighth straight victory Monday nigh
on a split decision over veteran Archie McBrtde of
thT'excellent ckseuartr fight in New YoA City.
Mitoff cored with his busy hooking attack duHng
There werend knockdowns and McBrlde anpeared I to
finish the stronger in the 19th round. For the Argen Argen-tinian.
tinian. Argen-tinian. the most significant fact was that he could
take It. McBrlde knocked him back on his heels many
tunes anThad him floundering 11htly InJ the fourth
round. In the eighth, McBrlde slowed Mlteff with
smashes to the head and body.
Miteff's best round was the seventh when he knock knocked
ed knocked McBrlde back onto his heels seven times. It was
McBride's first appearance in 15 months and his ltn
defeat In ,38 bouts.
Stocky featherweighTarrolo Costa of Brooklyn.
NrYoik won a unanlmOu decision Wednesday
night over: Pgul Jorgenn of Port Arthur Texas
The victory in New York City was Costas nrst m
three ffahts Jrith Jorgensen this year. The rangy
Texan held to a draw and outpointed him ,n
their two previous fights in Tas
jorgenson gdvamed eonstanth against We crpuch-

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l&PPiytof tor their hew plates, 7
Je t-Peeted to clamp down on those
S tocon,e.'xielS,n,ent ln thC W-i-f?
HaroW'noif nMon'has been sche'duled. for
Vn J liLu- $ Vll- Armv Pr,vate accused of hav-
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Panama police set un special patrols on Central
Avenue anct other shopping districts to protest Christ Christ-Z?1
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JoSSeli was ranked second among featherweieht
coiSffif before his Eastern debut. Costa was rated
fifth Because pf Jorgensen's poor showing, it is ex expected
pected expected hl T rating will jdrop considerably.
A federal indge In New York has refused to
throw out a one-mlllion-dollar damage surt a a-ralnst
ralnst a-ralnst the National Basketball Association.
A Wtehtogto toup filed the suit last year,
charring that the pro basketball league conspir conspired
ed conspired to prevent It from buying Mm bankrupt Wash Wash-Inrton
Inrton Wash-Inrton franchise. The league M'd,b"kJiii,
not fall uJgkr antl-trust laws, but i toJ&?
that the jKington erouP has the rigW.tJftie.
High-ranking teams continua to take. abeatigirl
'CTmson'wSSh-ranked North Carolina State
98-94 in overtime, Wednesday night, It was the first
wfoVtrV season for Clemjort'lMd its flmjrictory
OveV orth'baroliha State ft 15 years: AofflW fa fa-torM
torM fa-torM feuVtft-Wihke Southern 'MethOdtet made
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ANCIENT SYMBOLISM meets the modern mode in the new mission
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;je $tory and pictures, Pages 2 & 3i