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
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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DEC 21
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Despite 900 RHf togs, Only .
Jbout30WWLose
Quarters on Zone
Fewer thsn 30 employes of the Canal organization
of the nearly 900 who will lose their jobs in the next few
weeks are occupying quarters in the Canal Zone, accord according
ing according to a survey made by the Housing and Grounds Divi Division.
sion. Division. While the number of employes who occupy family
quarters and will be required to seeK quarters in Panama
is still subject to some fluctuations, a recent survey in indicated
dicated indicated that seven employes on the Pacific side and nine
on the Atlantic side who received ;orce reduction notices
are housed in Canal family quarters.
Only five employes with bachelor quarters were list listed
ed listed on the Pacific side and seven on the Atlantic side will
be affected by the force reductions.

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40 OLYMPIANS
COMING TO U.S.
FOR ASYLUM

The reason for the relatively
low number of employes who
will lose their quarters in the
Canal Zone during the major
cut in force Is that most of the
employes occupying quarters
have service of such length that
they would be the last affected
by force reduction procedures.
Quarters in building slated for
tarly demolition will not be re reassigned
assigned reassigned when vacated.
Those in permanent housing
will be reassigned to personnel
now livinc in temnorarv miar-

ters. '

Colon Teenagers

Accused Of

Old Man

Robbing

mm
Beating,

Six teen-agers, til either 16 or
17-years-old, accused to ganging
up on an elderly man in the
Camp Bierd Commissary area,
beating him, and taking $25
from him, had their case con continued
tinued continued yesterday in Cristobal

Division of U.S. District Court.
AnW'knamnlan citl
Kens Four are Panl 7.nn real

dents and the other two live in

VU1UII.
The sextette are accused of
assaulting and robbing Arthur
Miller on Nov. 24.
The defendants are: Antonio
Gabriel Dudley, 17; Alfonso En Enrique
rique Enrique Wallace, 17; Gladstone
Laurence Hooker,' 16; Carlos
Myrphy Gomez, 16; Rodolfo Mc Mc-Beah,
Beah, Mc-Beah, 16; and Ivan Augustus
Anderson, 16.
Trial was postponed until the
January term.

Former Cristobal
Marine Dispatcher

Dies In Orlando

Luther" L. Long, former ma marine
rine marine dispatcher in Cristobal, died
TTec A in Orlando Fla accord

ing to news received by friends
on the Isthmus. He was 63 years
of age.

Mr. Long suffered a heart at attack
tack attack several months ago and
had been ill for some time. His

death occurred in an Orlando

Hospital.
A native of Sneedville, he

came to the Isthmus in 1913
and worked with the Isthmian
Canal commission. He continued

with the Canal after 1914 as a

macninist witn the. Mechanical
Division. Tn 101R he mined the

Marine Bureau as a marine dis

patcher in the offic e of the

Cristobal port Captain, where
he remained un to hi. retire.

ment in 19S0. Since that time he
has been itving In Orlando,
A well-known resident of the
Atlantic side, Mr. Long was ac active
tive active in many civic affairs and
was a member of the Brazos
Brook Golf club.
He is survived bv his wife. Mrs

Lena Lona: a son Donald of Or

lando; and a brother, Frank.

wno aiso was formerly employed
by the Canal organization and

who now lives in Arizona.

The
Judge's Bench

Jose Matiag Quentaro, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $1$ today in
Balboa Magistrate's Court, a
dollar fo reach mile he speeded
above the 30-mile limit on
Thatcher Highway,

For trespassing in the Paral Paral-so
so Paral-so commissary, three Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians were fined $10 each today.
Rosario Vasquea de Mizquita,
Maxima Caballero A., and Ma Ma-nuela
nuela Ma-nuela Vergara de Gonzalez were
accused of being in the Commis Commissary,
sary, Commissary, standing under a "No Tres Trespassing"
passing" Trespassing" sign.

Please Re-Arrange
Activity Slate
FAMAGUSTA, Cyprus, Dec. 19
(UP) A Greek-speaking islander
was fined $2.80 for violating the
curfew here today, despite his un unusual
usual unusual explanation.
He said he was on his way to a
brothel when he was nicked un bv

British security troops. The judge

told him he should find a "more

conyenient time" for such activi
ties.

Forrestal To Join
Mediterranean 6th

Fleet Next-Month

NORFOLK, Va., Dec. 19 (UP) -The
supercarrier Forrestal will
head for the Mediterranean Jan.

21, the Navy here said today, for
duty with the U.S. Sixth Fleet.
A spokesman said it, in the first
time that a ship of the 60,000-ton
class has joined American Naval
Forces on foreign stations.
The Forrestal's sister ship, the
Saratoga, is slated for the Medi Mediterranean
terranean Mediterranean later next year.
Atlantic Fleet Headquarters said
the Forrestal will arrive in the
Mediterranean earlv in

to relieve the 45,000-ton carrier

Coral Sea, which It slated for

transfer to the west coast.

The headoimrtprc alc h

f ... . OltHI U1C

Daniesnip lowa, flagship of the
fleet s battleship-cruiser force, will
precede the Forrestal to the Med Mediterranean,
iterranean, Mediterranean, leaving Jan. 4, with
battleship-cruiser force comman commander
der commander Rear Admiral K. M. Mc
Manes aboard.

W ABHINfJTOM TW in ttbi

ine united States i. e-raH,

ggi,lm t. in

"7,U1" tu Olympic game ath athletes
letes athletes from Russian saf.iHf-

tions who have refused tb return

w ineir nomeiands.
Amonp them is Laszlo Tab Tab-ori,
ori, Tab-ori, Hungarian track star, who
ran the mile in three minutes,
59 seconds at London May 28,
19S5, missing the world mark
set by John handy of Great
Britain by only one second.
Laszlo nlarpd fnurtH in fc.

1500-meter race during this
year's Olympic games at Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, Australia.
' Alio in r.h o-rnun m M4V.l..

Igloi, coach of the Hungarian

track team.

Thirtv-five of thp nthi k.

ing granted asylum are Hunga Hungarians,
rians, Hungarians, four are Romanians and
one Czech.
Attorney General Herbett
Brownell Jr. said the athletes
will be admitted to the United

states under thp nami. nmL

sions of the McCarran-Walter

immigration Act. This means

special legislation will be nece.s

sarv for them tn hMnnu tt a

- - w

citizens.

ine Justice Department will

recommend 'that the incoming

wunKress pass legislation elimin eliminating
ating eliminating a provision of the present

jaw tnat prevents parolees from

Becoming citizens.
Brownell said thp nthipto ho

refused to return behind the

iron Curtain because of Com
munist ODDression and th hm

tal Hussion annnnnlmi nt fV

w "KM v- u. u. MIC

K. 01 C. Janfamen

To Treat Frijoles

Kids Next Sunday

Members of the Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Council No. 1689 of Cris-

tonai-Karaarita will one aoain

become Knights Before Christmas

as iney loiiow the trail of sweets

ana Bin rn np ninwi hu sn.

Claus to Frijoles next Sunday aft

ernoon.

The Kniehts will meet at nnrk

45, Gatun at 1:30 p.m. and togeth together
er together with Santa, his bags of goodies
and "regalitos," will be ferried a a-cross
cross a-cross blup. trooiral watpn tn Vri.

ioles where the vouncsters will hp

waiting.

While the number of resident
children at Friioles is small snmn

35 or more youngsters are expect

ea to torm tne reception commit committee.
tee. committee. For many it will be the first
time, they have come face to face
with Saint Nick. Some children

will journey on foot for an hour

to get in on the fun.

Thp Christmas trpat i nn nt

the many charities accompaUshed

ny me caseys, wno again remind

an to rut unnsi uacK in unnst
mas."

ir SSL? t lA lnt Elsenhower (right) shows Indian Prime Minister Jawhar Jawhar-lal
lal Jawhar-lal Nehru (second from right) one of his prize black Angus bulls during a tour of the Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent 8 farm in Gettysburg, pa. r1

Nehru Keeps Up

Johdpur-Like
Pants With String
Gettysburg. Pa.. Dec. 19

(UP) Thosp whitp inrfhniir.lito

pants Indian Irime Minister Neh Nehru
ru Nehru is sporting on his current vis visit
it visit to the United States originated

in

First Negro Hired
As Passenger Pilot
NEW YORK. Dec. 19 fTTPThp

first Negro to be hired as a pilot
by a passenger airline reported to
work- Monday for New York Air.
ways, Inc.
Perry H. Young, 37, is a co-pilot

tor tne neucopter air line. He has
Jogged 7,000 flight hoursin vari

ous type aircraft with a perfect

recora.

MAMIE ENTERTAINS NEHRU'S DAUGHTER While Presi President
dent President Eisenhower and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharla! were
at the President's Gettysburg, Pa., farm holding private talks
on world problems, Mrs. Eisenhower (left) entertained at a
White House luncheon for Nehru's daughter, Mrs. Indira Gan Gandhi
dhi Gandhi (right). The First Lady wears what she described as "my
Christmas dress" of bright red taffata, while Mrs. Gandhi
wears a gray sari bordered in green.

Gripes

Visiting Nehru
Explains China's
Viewpoints to Him
WASHINGTON n.r io m

ttr World Nehru has conveyed to President Eisen-

Nehru also told a news conference that he believes
the people ,n the Soviet Union are not very happy about
events in Hungary "to out it mildly."
Nehru's remarks on CU'mn l i,

.- me rirsr orr cm dis disclosure
closure disclosure of what he anH Pra..n c; l .. ,w,w' ?

.i- , i-ocNngwer a scussed in
hw.r c ,h. whi, h.u. fiwin; ,t .wj;hC0Mn;erE:

-w vbwn ynijM
the 13th sntf 14th Century

liana Who invaded and Conquered
northern India men who spent
most of their time astride horser.
The close fittine calve and

flarinn hins mulrp th n n t.

mighty comfortable for horseback'

name out ixenru s va et. AbdiH

Hamid, probably doesn!t particu-l The 67-year-old Indian leader
larly relish pulling them over the faced 300 newsmen from all

Nehru said ha had

ed to Mr. Eisenhower any formal
messace from BpH rhin. b.

mler Chou En-lai, with whom he
met before coming to Washing-

bUll.

Blit hp said ha rnnvnuil (., m..

Elsenhower Chou En-lai's view

point on Asia, and explained Red
China's thinking about some Far
East problems.

"certain' complaints.

tte saxa cnou's vostMnn 4

while there
rnmnnrnhle

moves to improve relations by

me unnea states.

mat Rea China hat "gone sev

eral steps forward

nave been no

Prime Minister's feet every morn

ing

parts Of the world at an early
mornlne news rnnfprpnpp at iv

Matlnnal Bvh, m.u ... jii i

nun uie passate w vaars. me in nowntnurn Wsinnt

i .... V ,r " MAJIKl,ViJ.

pants lost meir direct funcciona He wore his familiar wtp

association with horsback riding Gandhi cap, white jodphurs and
and became a traditional earmerh a tisht-flttpd

for the Kashmir centleman t7s Othffr hltrhlliyht nt fVi- mh.i,

; "jr B H v A,vkU

wcai, ioi uress or ousiness. wenn news conrerence:

comes from Kashmir and has a He said hla talks hprp and at

Pose their domination over wpk
countries." we
That he said, is the lesson
lrneilrom the -tra'
i!l in ovpi an Hungary"
Nehru wa. irui

would soua7e thele remarwitl

K in nungary.

He ret

.ti. -j-

uiea mat h

netaiis oi ms re- ina r tv.. oaam

HP drt

wasthink-

oub.

feHun-

Wry

iMn?Aat the Peonl in

union ar nnf u

the

natural affinity for thp nants

And how does the Prime Minis

ter keen them ud? With a draw

string like the one in vour oaiama

pants.

Four Years in Gamboa
For 'Dedicated Swindler'

360 Billionth Ton
Cachet Orders
Handled By Posts
Canal Zone Postal personnel
up to their necks n Christ Christmas
mas Christmas mail managed to fill all
orders for the special billionth
ton cachets, ft has been rt rt-realed
realed rt-realed by the Postal Division.
During the day of the his historic
toric historic transit, the Canal Zone
post offices took care of a to total
tal total of S60 cachet orders wh'oh
Included 1,800 covers, most of
them to be sent to the United
States. This total did not In-
lr, posted hi the
local post office durlnr thp

nr"l y' business, all of
which ractfved a "MlUotith
ton" cover stamp.

mmW W WmZBr '''mW W I mW'--

SJLJLLV'P' Peter H- "Pet') BrePn. (right)
today received official recognition. In addition 0 the cer-
TnivfTr!18 Pi"116" him here by U.S. District Marshal
Joseph I. Kincald, Brennan received a pin symbolizing 15 years
m the Marshal's office here. Kincald has been a longtinie
government employe, too, with over 30 years total service
logged. Brennan, an ex-editor among other things, is chief
. .deputy marshal.

A man described by U.S. Dls-i tired ranai 7nnp pmnlnve cava

trict Cowt Judge Guthrie F. he has a bachelor of arts degree
Crowe today as being "dedicated from a university in Kingston,
to swindling"' was sentenced to I Jamaica. He terms his business

iuui vcnis imiu mum i wciag iiDc-uiiice siucK ana nona

Gambpa penitentiary for using
the mails to defraud.

Claude A. Lennan West, 35-

year-old Panamanian, could
have been sentenced to the max

imum five vears on each of

three charges, but the govern

ment asked for the lighter term
herause nf "ro-nneratlon" nf the

defendant. He pleaded guilty on
each of the counts.

Lennan West is his mother's
name was spec fically accused
of usMg the mails to defraud

Washington, D.C., bank out

Gettysburg with Mr. Eisenhower
had resulted in a "much better

understanding or American poli policy."
cy." policy." India is anxious that steps
be taken to clear the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal as quickly as possible. But
he ruled out any steps which
would affect Egypt's sover sovereignty.
eignty. sovereignty. In a radio-TV address tn the

nfttion last nleht the Indian

bar i me minister said the "forces

oi peace are strong and world
oolnion no longer will nermit

"OOWerful countries tn rpvert tn

old colonial methods or to 1m-

of $1,244.55. He used a mail

fraud system known as "kit "kiting"
ing" "kiting" on the victim bank,
American Security and Trust
Company of Washington, and
another bank, First National
Bank of Portland, Ore., police
allege.
Lennan. well-dressed in a lieht

blue suit and wearing a tie, had

previously been sentenced twice

m tne zone ior ODtammg money
under false pretenses.
One instance, in May, 1952,
involved eight senarate pnnnt.s

In Panama ton he had Keen

convicted of swindling on four

occasions.
Lennan, whose father is a re-

broker.

In "kiting," police explained,
a fictitious piece of commercial
money is used to raise moneys or
to sustain credit, but the paper
has no firm value.
Lennan is alleged tn have

drawn checks on one bank, de deposited
posited deposited them in another in time
to cover incoming checks, and
in turn sent some other check
at the next bank to cover them
by the time thev arrived for Dav.

ment.
At one time, the court was
told, Lennan had about $10,000
worth of cold or hot, de depending
pending depending on judicial usage
checks circulating through the
mails and in local, banks.

aome two years ago the Crim-

(Continued on Page

Christmas Musical

By CHS Students

Set For Tomorrow

The 19th annual Christmas pro program
gram program given by students of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School will take place
tomorrow. The program is under
the direction of O. E. Jorstad,
who has been in charge of the

Christmas musical activities at
the high school for almost 20 year?.
About 150 students will take part.
The program, as is customary,
will be divided into two parts.
The first, to beein at 7 .in n m

will talra nl,A i tU- 1 1; U C -1 I

..... "-ni. piece in nic mgn oinuur -.. i
auditorium and will he th traLl government who live in Panama-

tional candlelight ceremony Bar-n,an territory are not required
bara Gegg will be the soloist fori0 procure "paz y salvos" (tax
this part of the program, singing receipts) to buy thair "Z" 11 11-Pietro
Pietro 11-Pietro Yen's "They Call Him Je- cens P,ates for 1957. a spokes-

sus." The orchestra and the high1 man for the Finance Ministry
school phonic will nroan eAni said today

numbers. j All that required of these

Grinds in Panama
Don't Need 'Pazes'
To Buy '57 Pfefes

American employes of the U.S.

kv.. J e not very
happy about events in Hungary
to put it mildly.- uury

Nehru had tniA ut. iu

audienP. tw 7u" "llal?-.1 V

k L ""e w"na opinion
has shown It can oreanize "self
Eavrnfand0i.traKN" llke eta
EJ and Hunai-y- He said that
thi??' Jf an outcme Vt
In? e 'S'es. freedom will be
sa f
Sweef Iftleads
To 75-Dolfar Fine
By Balboa Judoe
Two men with more sweet
tooth than discretion todays,
ed Balboa Magistrate's How
on a charge of petit larceny.
One, 27-year-old Carlos. Gil
J25 and given a suspendetf M
aay jail sentence. The other
Edward Nnrman j ?. T?'

so Panamanian, had his Ease
continued. Bail was set afrSi
The two were accused by Bo Bonce
nce Bonce Of Stealing- merxhan JL

worth S8.58 from th. nru.-T

restaurant last night.

tOOIC All th ncrrHiof. sJj J

vuiiiiiuj) jyr sj
sundae, chocolate flavored. Hda
three packages of coffee.

me sweei stuir was a can of
chocolate syrup, a can of choco
late fudae. and a an nt tu

salad.

14)

British Auto Plant

On 3-Day Week
LONDON. Dec. 19 .rtTPi Th.

British division of the Ford Motor

to. announced today it will go on
a three-dav work week hefrnnino

in January because of reduced de demand
mand demand for automobiles in gasoline-

rauonea S-aiain,

Immediately after the firt nir

the audience will move onto the
lawn for the second part of the
program.
The Hieh School chnrit. will emu

Christmas carols, accompanied by
the band, and students of :he Jun Junior
ior Junior High School will nrppnf tah

leaux of the Nativity. Thpy will be

uireciea oy Mrs. carl Maedl.

SDHTP S HELPERS CflV

a

m

CHRISTMAS

- 1 11

employes, the spokesman said.

is proof of their nations lily
and their place of employ employment.
ment. employment. However t.av receint.s la re

quired of all American citizens
employed by private organiza organizations
tions organizations in Panama Anv American

who is employed by a Panama
concern for less than five years

but who has been on the isth isthmus
mus isthmus for a longer time must also
present proof of his separation
from U.S. government service or
his discharge from the U.S. arm

ed forces in order to obtain a
"paz y' salvo."

The law reauirine tax re-

ceiDts for the nurnhaae nf li

cense plates has caused a rush
of business in the internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Department of the Finance
Ministry.

The same snokesman said the

office usually handled some 80
reauests dailv. but since the he-

ginning of December the num number
ber number of daiiv reouests ha wone as

high as 400.

He said fieures on the aver

age daily increase are now be be-ine
ine be-ine compiled and will be releas-

BHS Sludenl Gets
Unernecled Xmas

Gift From Governor

An unexpected Christmas pre present
sent present of $15 was received this
week by Catherine M. Ott, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School student, who
was one of those to receive casi
awards for suesested improve improvements
ments improvements under the Canal organi organization
zation organization Incentive award program.
The cash award was presented
personally by Gov. W. E. Pott
at the same time that 16 dH
employes received similar reeW
nition.
v -mm

Although Miss Ott is now
senior in Balboa High School,

uic unie sue maae ner awl

winning suggestion she was

pioyeo. aurmg tne summer
tion as a student assist,
the Storehouse Division.
The award was riven tn

oroDOsal that all Dhase. n(i

ing on ine siock protect

tory card be done by :
Uonal Business Macbin



WEONESD AY. DECEMBER IS
TBI FAJMMA AMERICA! AH INDEPENDENT DART NfWSPAPIB

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

SWNSS ANB PK-tUtUtO BY TNI PANAMA AMERICAN PRCS. INC.
rauNon t numn souNstrvcu. in iia
MAKMODH) ARIAS, coiTOO
7. H Strrt p. o. Box 134. Panama. R. or P.
TtlCPMONt 2-0740 S LlNM)
Caik Azores, PANAMmiCAN, Panama
estSN Ornei, 12.179 Ccntral Avcnui etwkn l?m and tint Stretrrs
F0SII0N RlMIUINTATivtl, JOSHUA B. POWtRS. INC
S4S Madison Ave New yoak. (17) n. y.
LOCAL MAIL
P Month, in advance t.70 f 2. SO
POP (IX MONTHS. IN """ 9.80 13.00
Po ONI TtAR. IN 1S.SO 24.00

THIS 0 TOO! PORUM THI RIADftS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Tke Mom Box ii ss epos forum fst rooStn si Ths Panama Amstkss.
Letters rt received grotctullv and srs hsitdlii is s wholly eosfisfstwl

It vss (ostrisute s Mtttl don't ss Impotent II R) doesn't iptMi 1st
son Sty letters srs psblrtked in ths order received.
ftesie try is keep tho tetters limited to ont boss length.
Identity letter writers M sols hi strictest confidence.
ISM newspaper SHSRMt SS reipOMibillty 1st ItStSBMntt as opisioi
apriiAM is letters frssi reader.
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Labor News
And
Comment

fcir:

Time to write a Christmas letter and let my friends know

thr.t I am still alive and could use a few more shirts if the
i.tzMC who save me a Rood thumping last month told me the
Truth. Said he saw nothing to put me to bed for, so don't send
" riy "pajamas. I still have a supply let! over from last Christ-

As for handkerchiefs, they are already rolling in and I

have an ample supply, so I am well-supplied in everything I
can think of; so let's make it cheer. It seems like a cheap

commodity but you never get too mucn.
The cheer I dish out is magazine subscriptions and just re received
ceived received notice that all went through and a rebate to me for
sha'vinfc prices on some things.

dfWfm the United states pets canaaa ana tresis ner L,aun
meiican neiehbors like a stepchild is a well-known fact and

hope to live long enough to get a law through giving, us mall

Kts as far sout nas jranama on a locai rate oasis, as u was
BiOie Eisenhower took over and installed a Postmaster General

fft wanted to do something and he did by raising letter
lies from three to eight cents and air mall to 10 cents; but

they use the same old rate Writing to us.
mfc i my have a time getting expenses for such a bill, but I
pkm i lying nevertheless; first with our Congressman Paul Ril Ril-day
day Ril-day oi San Antonio.
All of this freezing weather the weatherman had in store
Wr us failed to make it, I am glad to say. Traffic accidents
toplta few less lives in Texas, but planes have reaped plenty.
n Thought my list of presents was filled, but I had forgotten
the, special candy made here that sure takes with them old
gals in the New England states. So It will be on the way today.
I nad sooner have a big plate of chile con came, a special
i here.
Enclosing my greeting card and wishing the Panama Amer American
ican American and its staff a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Pop Wright

(Ed. Note: And from us, Pop, Merry Christmas and

Sapp; Wew Year.

HUNGARIAN REFUGEES i

st-vtar sco last August I retired from Coco Solo Naval base

anctp.tl.cd out Plant City, Fla., for my home. Plant City is a

net ifiu.,i1g town, no smoice, good sou ior gardening, ana nui
imp as in some other parts of Florida.

l had in mind mat I would taxe n easy, ana jusi carry on

the- hobbies I started in the Canal zone.

it didn't work out that way. Just about the time I
home hullt. I found myself In the middle of Us Hun-

garlaFaffalr. Now we are on TV, radio, In the newspapers, etc.

Iy phone rings all day. people want 10 xnow now soon me
Bfagees Will arrive here. They have Jobs for them, or offers
. . . .... i a - mi i i.u- r. 11

iree room ana DOara UU me reiugees una juds. oume can

ag where to take me doming tney want to give, iay man
is rash and checks for Hungarian old.

I hallavA T am nnrlrlno horrifr than T riiri nn mv Corn Snln

-J J. Utl.VTV 4. ...

"if. But I do it gladly, thankmir Qod that I am here and not
hdhind the Iron Curtain.

VjT i first went to the Canal Zone with the 28th Infantry in
- - ti i.ii. tym i 1 nn mi i Ain i

191S, and came Dacx 10 me u m ivta. incn in iso i was
tricnsfciiT.cl from the Brooklyn Navy yard to Coco Solo. I am a
member oi Lodge 14 AFGE, Canal Zone, and also Sibert Lodge,

hGatun.

Julius J. Kovach

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CHURCH AT CURUNDU

Recent Iv t visited some of the churches on the Canal Zone

hopes tvu I might find some spiritual comfort and strength

mv so B ma other than American in nationality i xnew

some of the churches would automatically exclude me from
their services and membership.
But I did find one, the Curundu Protestant Church, that
really gave me a welcome when I arrived. I attended the Sun-
Sy School and the Morning Worship services and really felt I
tf been helped spiritually.
4 The Bible and prayer seemed to saturate the entire service.

as When I left mere were many frienas or mat cnurcn mat

le me feel like I was really welcomed and invited me to re-

, again and be a part of their fellowship.

lis church is the one which I will advise my frienas to

attend when they are looking for a church nome. xnere is no

prejudice or secluslve groups there. Congratulations on sucn a

tvrine growing church the Curundu Protestant Church.
T" A Seeker

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By VICTOR RUSH

There are those who feel we
should not be beastly to Harry
Bridges, although his power over
our Pacific waters is such that we

seem :o need his written permis permission
sion permission to use them peacefully,
In a fhowdown Harry Britfsst
could prove for a fsw days that
ha rsally awns ths riparian
right in an around Hawaii for
if you got a boat out into ths
ssa, you couldn't gat it back in into
to into port if ths sld bay wsre hav having
ing having sns si his irritstad msments.
Thsrs are mighty law decks
thera he couldn't clois sxcspl ts
ths Psntagen af courts. And s s-van
van s-van than, isms si us wsndsr.
So it's worth the effort to make

you feel beastly about Bridges.
And you'll be interested in some
testimony which might have es escaped
caped escaped you after Judge Robert Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, chief counsel for the Senate
Sub-committee on Internal Securi Security,
ty, Security, had summoned to the stand a
prominent Hawaiian citizen by the
name of Ronald Jamieson, a re respected
spected respected labor mediator.
The scene was the Senate cham chamber
ber chamber in Honolulu's Iolani Palace,
the territory's, gubernatorial man mansion
sion mansion the other week. The Senate
Sub-committee had been hearing
'testimony for a while hn Mr

Jamieson told chief counsel Mor Morris
ris Morris that he (Jamieson) had been
the labor-management conciliator
in the pineapple industry during a
strike by the plantation division of
Bridges' International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union.
It had been a costly strike with
maw negotiating session. After a

wnue, in sucn marainons, there is
much letting down of hair during
the recesses. There was one such
moment in this situation. It found
Jamieson talking with one of the
toughest of Bridges' crew, Louis

uuiuman, me union s secretary-treasurer.

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mittee, committee, mostly from the Philippine
islands, were trained by th Huks.
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Huks were the violent, revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary underground section of the
Philippine Communist movement.

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testimony, which is on the record
DC0lee ;He "w tnat Gw-
Watt, Bridges' personal braiji braiji-truster,
truster, braiji-truster, then had said that t'ey
(Bridges' followers) would make
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We wini'd to Vegas (after ettf

Sabbath evening newscast in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood ) to see a former sponsor
. When you are in breathless
Las Vegas the first must-spot is
Wilbur Clark's famed Desert Inn

. Where we borrowed a putter

and sank three 18-footers and then

proceeded to 1 Rancho, where

(while waiting for Lisa Kirk to
confirm our Persian Room com comments)
ments) comments) we wagered $25 on the
pass-line made an 8 for the point

backed it up with another $25

plus ten on the hard-8 and with the
next throw mads it. . The hard-

way. . We picked up the loot 'and

fled into the theater. ,-. Later to
the attractive Alpine Village for de

licious pot roast (mit potato pan pancakes),
cakes), pancakes), then to the Silver Slipper
for the hilariously comical show,
which we once reported was "too
sinful for Broadway" ... It now
has too much class. . Howard
Hughes gets a hefty free ad for
his airline via the sets and eye eye-filling
filling eye-filling show-girls in TWA uniforms.

Ths Silver Slipper frolic is gir gir-lesk
lesk gir-lesk and vaudeville as many of us
in show-business know it . En Entertainers
tertainers Entertainers from the opposition spots
roll in the aisled at the comics
chief'd by Hank Henry, who will
be in "The Joker Is Wild" film,
the Joe E. Lewis film-biog. .' .A
very funny fellow. . The support supporting
ing supporting cast is big-time. too. .Barba

ra McNair, frinstance . .A good good-looking
looking good-looking girl with an ease that Per

ry Como will envy. .Miss McNair

belongs in a Broadway show.

Such as Harold Arlen's planned
girisical starring Belafonte. .

Princess Yasmina is the best danc

er in ner new. swift, sensuous tor-so-tossing.
. . Cliff a Judy Ferre
are a good-looking man-and girl
team. They must have recalled
George M. Cohan's counsel: "Too
many people try to stop the show
instead of keeping it going" . No
stage-wait for Cliff and Judy.
He wrote the gay wordage to the
new song hit, "The Money Tree."
Scads of recording stars are mak making
ing making it famous.

gest discovery you ever make a a-long
long a-long Broadway?" friends ain't"
. From D. Cort's recent article
(in The Nation) on New York co co-lyumists:
lyumists: co-lyumists: "WW has an antique
habit of helping obscure people in
show business whenever he can."

Norma Douglas is winging via

TWA's sleeper from Broadway to

Hollywood for this week's Friday Friday-night
night Friday-night WW-Nat' (King) Cole show...
Miss Douglas was originally lissted
for the Dec. 28th program. Direc Director
tor Director Alan Handley, impressed by
her first album (Unique Records),
phoned her to fly at once. . At
17 she was solo pianist with the
Rochester (N. Y.) Philharmonic,
sponsored by Eastman-Kodak. .
She is now 22. . A farmer's

daughter . From Brant (Erie
County), N.-.Y., about 25 miles
from Buffalo. . Roberta Sher Sherwood's
wood's Sherwood's comment: "She has loads
of talent," Is the punchline. .The
disc-jockeys in Manhattan, Miami
Beach, Chicago and elsewhere fell
in love with this youngster's music
and song styling. . She also does
her own arrangements. . Her ini-

WASHINGTON. The see-saw
of power polities inside the Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin has put party chief Nikita
Knrushchev on the upgrade again.
The Teason is that even though
the full might of the Red Army

has .urned loose against tne Hun Hungarians,
garians, Hungarians, the revolt against Com Communist
munist Communist rule in this brave little
country is still going on.
This puts Khrushchev in the po position
sition position of saying "I told you so,"
because he had opposed using the
Red Army against the Hungarians.
U.S. sources in Russia report
that the Kremlin shows every sign
of being confused and jittery over
what to Co next. Now tnat the Red
Army has embarked on a policy of
brutal reprisals, it cannot turn
back. It is certain to be more ruth ruthless
less ruthless than ever.
AIR LIFT TO HUNGARY?
Top admin station officials have
been instructed by President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower to try to come up with
a dramatic gesture of friendship
to all of the enslaved people in the
satellite countries.
Ike has told his staff that wc
must take some spectacular, steps
to reassure the satellite people
that we have not forgotten them.
One idea still in the planning
stage is ot set up a large airlift
operation to carry food, clothing,
and medical supplies into the satel satellites.
lites. satellites. Various advisers warn, how however,
ever, however, that this would risk war.
C.A.B. RIDES THE NEW JET
Before the Civil Aeronautics
OK'd the new jet transport plane
for civilian passenger use, it did a
unique thing.
Eighteen C.A.B. officials took a
somewhat hazardous experimental
flight from Seattle to Los Angeles
in the first model of the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming Boeing 707.
CAB board member Joe A A-dams
dams A-dams took over the controls for
ten minutes of the flight. Adams
is a Marine reserve flyer and has
been checked out in both jets and
helicopters.
It was the first time in history

Douglas," is a best-seller. . Her "that the CAB has eone direct to an

album-biographer (Larry Meeks)airCraft factory to obtain technical

reports: "She went from Bach to data.

Boogie. She gave the long-hairs a

haircut."

Crooner Richard Hayai and tho
Latin Q't Sandy Prtston ars
making II Borracho their hsart hsart-ajuartsrs.
ajuartsrs. hsart-ajuartsrs. .. Ths Table Talk (a
new sstsry en 3rd Ave.) is pro proprietor
prietor proprietor by Peter Briton, He's a
N.Y. Times copy boy. . Hit oil
walls are not puffliclty. They
are gushing. Post Parker has hit
8th. . Champion Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson (21) facss his draft call ear early
ly early in '-57. .The Embers doss
major business nearly every
night. Its policy (now being co copied
pied copied all evsr ths U.S.A.) is good
food, good firewater, subtle fazz
csmbss (no tinging) and no 20
psr cent tax. . Art Meeeney's
7-years-young whiz kid prstsgs
(Barry Gordon) has his sscend
Yuls ditclic in "I Like Christ Christmas"
mas" Christmas" . 37 unemployed actors
ars playing ths role of Sapta in
ths thsw-bix belt . "Ask ths
Camera" (a new Int'l Nswt Ssrv-ice-Telsntwt
program) starts on

However, with a new age of air

travel dawning, the board realized

that unique problems will develop.
Safety regulations, schedules, air airline
line airline financing, all will become ob obsolete
solete obsolete or revolutionited when the
big jets take Over the airways in
Besides the Boeing riant in Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, the CAB visited the Douglas
plant in Los Angeles where anoth another
er another jet transport, theUtaftgla DC DC-8,
8, DC-8, is on the drawkHHlrds.
Like the Boeing vWTtne Douglas
DC-8 will make present airliners
look like Model T's.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
It now looks as if Uncle Sam
. 1 m --a

Tsd Lswis start at Detart Inn.
Next atop ths Sombrero Theater,
Ptissnlx. Tsd't album, "My Sha Shadow
dow Shadow a Me," ia a corker. In Jan January
uary January he will have another. Fee,
turlng Gut Edwards' dittiet 8
including "If I Was Million Millionaire,"
aire," Millionaire," sns of the first songs we
boy-tonor'd with tho Newsboys'
Saxtstts in Mr. Edwards' first
ong song rsvus in 1911 ., .Li .Li-beracs
beracs .Li-beracs and brother George srs
ia ths Rivisra's marquee lights
large. . Jerry Lewis is Mr. Big
at ths Sands. Polishing up hit
new "tingle" (with 8 assist assistants)
ants) assistants) for hit data in Miami
Beach at $25,008 per wssk . .At
the New Frontier ths headliners
are Jack Carter, Constance
Moore and Henny Youngman. .
Brenda Lee, ths child snow-step-ps,
the always enjoyable Ink Ink-tpota
tpota Ink-tpota and comic Archie Robbini
are entertaining ths patrons at
ths Flamingo. .. It is 40 degrees
(t wo rhapsodize or this key
board) but it wat H Istt night...
Very chilly f.r Vegas. . Espe Especially
cially Especially for Isssrs.
Tuff Break Dept.: Cathleen Nes Nes-bitt
bitt Nes-bitt (of London) left a fine role in
'My Fair Lady" (selling tickets
into 1958) for a slightly finer on
in "The Sleeping Prince, which put
many of us to sleep. So she now
is unemoloved. The due hn.

"Speaking of Murder," is expect

ed to e a "sleeper," meaning a
hit. But it had to be refinanrerl In

get out of Philly. . Elena Davin Davin-ci
ci Davin-ci (of Italy) won the femme lead
in Regal Films' "End of Devil's

Idland." A talented actress .

Booking offers are c o m i n g in
bunrhes for Norma Dmivln AnH

only a fsw weeks ago ths "No" iajl
Norms stood for Nohoriv A I

Detroit's WWJ toon. . Mutt-sn-joy-book:
"Without Rhyme or
Reason" by veteran t o n g h i t
writer L. Wolfe Gilbert ... Top
feud in town, they tay, it be between
tween between Georgia Glbbt and La La-verne
verne La-verne Baker. Over the "Tra Ls
La" arrangement. Georgia says
the used it 2 yoart ago with
"Tweodle Doe Doe." (Girlt)

MM

may be forced to supply oil ?c E E-gyptas
gyptas E-gyptas well as Western Europe...
the Egyptian government has ask asked
ed asked for cmereencv oil to rentennh

fher dwindling reserves .... Ti:e

Mate Department doesn't sat iiow
we can turn down Egypt as long
as we are shipping oil to Britain
and France A confidential
State Department cable from Vien Vienna
na Vienna reports: "Total Hungarian re refugees
fugees refugees arrived, 92,325. Departed,
21,947." ... The State Department
expects another 100,000 to. sneak
across the border to freedom dur during
ing during the months ahead ... Most Au Au-strains
strains Au-strains have given up their Christ-n-as
money to help care for the
refugees, lileanwhile, American
aid still has not reached Austria
in significant quantity... .Congress .Congressman
man .Congressman Jim Patterson, Connecticut
Republican, is circulating a peti petition
tion petition among his colleagues, demand
ing that the State Department re refuse
fuse refuse to recognize the Hungarian
puppet government.
CAPITOL NEWS CAPSULES
U. S. DISAGREEMENT OVER
HUNGARY Secretary of State
Dulles and Henry Cabot Lodge,
our ambassador to the UN, are
bickering over American policy
toward Hungary.
Lodge wants the United States
to refuse to recognize the new Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian puppet government.
But Dulles says no. He thinks ap appeasing
peasing appeasing Russia might bring soft softer
er softer policy by the Kremlin.
Dulles is anxious to reassure
Russia that we have no ulterior
designs on her satellite empire.
Lodge, howeve favors not only
cutting off diplomatic relations
with Red Hungary but also refus refusing
ing refusing to seat the Hungarian delega delegation
tion delegation to the United Nations.
PROTECTING DICTATORS
Luis and Anastasio Somoza, sons
of the shin Nicaraguan dictator,
have hired ex-President Truman's
personar bodyguard to thwartl fur further
ther further assassination of the Somoza
family.
He is Frank Barry, who served
ten years oh the White Housjs se secret,
cret, secret, service detail, then resigned
to become Truman's personal body-guard
after Truman; refused to
run for reelection. Barri will mod model
el model the Nioiraguan Presidential se security
curity security forcfe along the lines of the
U.S. Seci&t Service.
Louis Somoza succeeded his fath father
er father as Nicaragua's president. The
yeunje; brother, AnastsjeB, com command''
mand'' command'' NrAraiaVStWP, tough
army. t
Note: Thdy don't have kings in
Central America; bi some coun countries
tries countries seem to believe in the divine
right of succession. The son of
Dictator Trujillo, for instanje, be became
came became a general in the Dominican
army at the age of eight.
Both Somoza and Trujillo, in incidentally,
cidentally, incidentally, were products of the
U.S. Marines.
When the Marines occupied Ni Nicaragua
caragua Nicaragua and Santo Domingo, So Somoza
moza Somoza and Trujillo became drill
sergeants. When the Marines de departed
parted departed they had learned military
techniques so well that they seized
power and became dictators.

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 199ft
Aged Fanner Loses j Congress Heads For Showdown
ENGLISH BICYCLES "HUMBER" and "ROBIN HOOD"
on whn,,nd Tfl.r k On Govt's Abuse Of Authority

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fiRF.CORY. Mich.. Dec. 19 (UP)

Jin elderly Livingston County
fanner spent 25 days and. nights
in the desolate, snow-c overed
woods of the upper peninsula be be-ri'i
ri'i be-ri'i c he didn't want .to leave his
truck. 1
Herman A. Simonds, 65, turned
up here Monday after being miss missing
ing missing since jNov. 20 when he went
into the woods to hunt deer.
"Thir wasn't anv reason to

worry," Simonds said, "'because I

could have walked out anytime i
wanted. I just didn't want to leave
my truck."

Simonds drove into the woods of
Alger County near Lake Superior
Nov. 20 and spent the night
bedded down in his light truck. He

awoke the next day to una a loot

of snow on the ground

"When I tried to drive out, I
got bogged down," he said. "So I
atrtt Hioeine because I knew I

was only about three miles from
h hiehwav but I never thought

it would take so long to get

there.'

Each day he would dig a few

feet an move 'the true up dm k
irervf .nnwinff till there was three

feet of snow 'over much of the

trail

WASHINGTON. Dec. 19 (UP)

Congress is headed for a show showdown
down showdown with the administration on
an ailpcpd "flagrant abuse" by

government agencies of presiden presidential
tial presidential 11 - Ukk.M ;nfnin..

uei auuiuiuy iu wiumuiu uuwiiub-

tion from Congress. x
Chiefly at issue is the use of
President Elsenhower's May 17,

1954, letter instructing Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson to
withhold information from a Sen

ate committee during the Army -McCarthy
hearings.
Since then, 19 government de departments
partments departments and agencies have cited
the letter as grounds for refusing

information nn other metiers.

'Chairman John E. Moss (D

riin nf a House subcommittee

investigating the suppression of
public information contends that

agencies are using the letter as a
blanket excuse for secrecy.
Mn nlans tn resume hearings

probably next month, and he has

made it clear ne wants a snuw snuw-Hnmn
Hnmn snuw-Hnmn nn thp issue next vear. How

that showdown will be brought

about Moss isn't saying.
The most dramatic, but least
iiiriv nossihilitv is for Coneress

to seize and imprison in the Cap

itol a federal onieiai wno comes
tnt Mhfv and uses the Armv

McCarthy letter as a basis for re

fusing to supply requested infor

mation.

Such an action, legal experts

claim, would force the admlnistra

tion to seek court action to get the
man released. This would drop the

matter into the lap of the Supreme
Court as referee between the ex executive
ecutive executive and legislative branches.
Moss said he plans to pick his
case carefully for whatever show showdown
down showdown takes place.
The fight is not a partisan one.
Moss is equally concerned about
the "questionable legal authority"

of a 1948 memorandum by Presi President
dent President Truman and a 1948 letter by
Truman's aide. Donald S. Dawson.

The two documents, still cited by
federal agencies as grounds for
secrecy, directed that personnel
files in loyalty cases be withheld
fromv Congress.
In a news conference on July
6, President Eisenhower explained
his views on the matter:
"If anybody in an official po position
sition position of this government does any anything
thing anything which is an official act, and

submits it either in the form of

recommendations or anything else,
that is properly a matter for in investigation
vestigation investigation if Congress so chooses,

provided the national security is

not involved.

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, He said he lived on provisions j
he took along for the hunting trip J

and kept warm by the wood cook cook-stove
stove cook-stove which is an important part
of the two-bed cabin he has built
in the back of his truck.

"I never went without food," he!
said, "but I lost 25 pounds from!

the digging and my weight
dropped from 210 pounds to 185."
When he arrived hime, his wife,
Alma, 65, asked, "where have you
been?"

"Snowed In,"
went to bed.

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Federal Prosecutor Rene Dubois
said a Swiss citizen's Hungarian
wife, who was forced to work for

the ring by threats of retaliation

against relatives in Communist

hands, is being held for trial in

Neuchatel.
Two Expelled

Dubois disclosed also that two

persons have been expelled from

the country Mate Vegh, former

second secretary of Hungary's le legation
gation legation here, and an Italian wom woman
an woman who acted as a courier for the
ring. The women were not identi

fied by name.
Vegh, who was transferred out

of Switzerland in September, was
ordered to leave when he returnd
here yesterday "to pick up bis
car." He left for Budapest todav.

An official announcement issued

by the Department of Justice said
the Italian woman was expelled

"several weeks ago" by police

wno discovered 'the activities of
the ring soon after Vegh'a depar

ture.

"The ring, set up for political.

military and economic espionage

against Switzerland and an adja adjacent
cent adjacent country, was organized by an
official of the Hungarian legation
in Bern," the Justice Department

anuounceu. ...

No Harm Dene
"It selected its membeas among
people who have relatives in Hun Hungary
gary Hungary and therefore acted under
F casure.
"Although cunning methods were
used, no harm was done to Switz Switzerland."
erland." Switzerland." Dubois identified the "adjacent
country" as Italy, and said the
diplomat wa Vegh, who served
here for 16 months in 1955 and
1956.
"When he arrived in Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland on Monday, with a diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic passport, the government or ordered
dered ordered his immediate expulsion,"
Dubois said.
"He was not arrested, because
his activities took place at a time
whn he was a member of the
Hungarian legation s-aff and e e-joyed
joyed e-joyed diplomatic immunity."
It was the third time sine

Wrold War II that Communist

mpiomats had been accused of

spying in Switzerland.

It INJURED IN TRAIN DERAILMENT This was the scene In Hartfofd, Conn., after a Ne;

Haven Railroad passenger train jumped the tracks, Injuring at least 12 persons. Tne tra:

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Saw Thieving Tale

Produces Free Ride
Alexandria. La.. be. 19

(UP) A 22-year-old man stole i

saw so he could report to his pro probation
bation probation officer in Texas. Raoides

Parish officers said today.

James H a l m e s. Nearo. told

Sheriff Grady Kelly Jr. he had to

get to Texas quickly to report to

nis proDation officer. So he stole
a saw, hoping to 'turn it into cash

for a train ticket, Haimes said.

Kelly said Haimes may get a

free ride, because he made his

trip to Louisiana in a car stolen

in Fort Worth.

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Tthe (UP)-Tthe nation's farmers and ranch
ers turned out a record total pro

duction of crops and livestock dur during
ing during 1956 despite weather damage

and the smallest harvested acre-

ase in 20 years.

The Agriculture Department's

final crop production report for the
year, showed, 1956 crop
output at 106 per cent of "l e
1947-49 base period. This eagalled

the 1948 record. Revised figures
far last year's crop production,

also included in the report, showed

that 1955 also tied the 1948 record.
Department officials said, total

livestock production for 1956 al

ready has reached 123 per eent of

the base period, up trom last
year's 121 per cent. This output,
added to the record equalling
crop production, resulted In a total
food, feed,, and fiber production
representing 114 per cent of the
base period.

'Unofficial' Envoy
To US From Britain
Dies In Tennessee

The previa, retort of 113 pericfofs for fmh mirket ml

rnrpp was spi isiie""; v- v, vvhuih--

Washington. Dec. 19 (UP)

Charles Campbell, Britain's "unof-
fiiJI .mkoeeeilnr" tn fhr Ilnit.pt

Stktjes, died yesterday in a hospi-to the RDCkies and fronv Iowa and
a 1 .r 9r rT t L Dealt I . 1

tai a; ruioxvuie, ienn., me i,snuth Dakota southward to tne

cent for all

voir Final fieures on

production will be compiled in

January.

The department said the record-

eauallma crop was acmevea irom

the smallest total harvested acre acreage
age acreage in 20 years and in a growing
season beset by late cold spring
weather and drought threats o r

damage to crops over large areas

of the nation.

Acreage Small
The harvested acreage of 59

principal crops declined, largely

as a result -of- government acre acreage
age acreage controls, to 319 million acres,
the smallest since the drougjjt dis disaster
aster disaster year of lSSff, and neirly 14

million acres under last year s

total. The total planted acreage

was about 346 million acres, 2 per
cent less than in 1955. The soil

bank enlisted about 12 million
acres with consequent diversion
from crop harvest. In all, about

26,500,0000 acres were abandoned

or dieted before harvest.
The department said concern

over rainfall, soil moisture and

other water supplies bulked large

among farmers' production wor

ries during the growing season.

Good early season moisture in

Northeastern; Middle Atlantic,
West Coast and some other sec sections
tions sections contrasted with dry so'1 in

larae area from Indiana west

livestock 'clal processing were considerably:

larger.
New high yield per acre re records
cords records were set by corn, spring
wheat, barley, potatoes and tobac tobacco.
co. tobacco. Sugar beets tied the 1955 yield
record, and rice fell only slightly
below. Yields for cotton, soybeans,
winter wheat, sorghum grain, dry
beans, peanuts and popcorn were

at above average to near-record

levels.'
The corn crop, at 3,451,292,000
bushels, was the second largest in
history. The all-wheat crop, at 987

million bushels, was nearly 7 pdr

cent above last year s.

ish Information Service announc

ed here.
CamDbelL 52. was director of

the Washington office of the agen

cy which is lite Briiisn counter counterpart
part counterpart of the U.S. "Voice of Amer America"
ica" America" information service.

Campbell and his wife were en

route from Washington to New
Orleans, La., to spend Christmas
with his sister.

A spokesman said Campbell suf

fered an Internal hemorrhage

Monday while driving chrough
Tennessee. He was admitted to a

hospital in Knoxville about 6 p.m
and "died in his sleep early yes

terday morning.
Campbell was born In Liverpool,

England, but came to the United
States wiLh his parents when still

an infant. He grew ud in New Or

leans and worked as a New Or Orleans
leans Orleans newspaperman.

He was appointed first secretary

of the British embassy here In
1942 and after the war became
head of the Washington office of
die British Information Service.
Campbell's bald head, walrus
mustache and black clad figure
was one of the mpst familiar
sights in gatherings of newsmen.
He was known an liked r by
hundreds for his gentle manner
and his sparkling wit.

Gulf. Drought was chronic in the
central and southern Great Plains.
Only one major field crop soy-beans-iteaehed
a new production
record in 1956. But several im important
portant important crOps made larger total
production than in 1955 corn, win winter
ter winter wheat, spring wheat, potatoes,
and flaxseed. Larger crops also
were harvested for sugar beets,
dry beans, dry peas and pop

corn.

Several Crefs Dec tint
Crops wbich felf below loal year
in outturn included cotton; hay
oats, barley, sorghum gtains,.rwe,
tobacco, peenuis, sugarcame
sweet potatoes, cewpeas, most le legume
gume legume and grass seed and broom
corn.
Citrus fruits as a group were
slightly larger and deciduous fruit
crops slightly smeller. Vegetable

Beats Xmas

To Brunette Mother
Of Four Children

ASHEVILLE, N. C, Dec. 19 -(UP)
- The mother of four ehil ehil-cren
cren ehil-cren failed- by one week today to
realize her wish to play Santa
Claus one more time.
Slight Mrs. Rorie Parks, 33, ried
ai "l25 a m- rom cancer whicn
she bar battled for two years.
Doctors had said "it was a mat matter
ter matter of time" before the disease
claimed the attractive brunette
who knew she was dying but
wanted to have one last Christmas
with her husband and four young
children.
Mrs. Parks had. gone shopping
a week ago by ambulance. The
presents she bought lay under a
gaily-decorated tree in her room

at St. Joseph's Hbspital. She had

planned a Christmas party.
She leaves her dairy farmer

husband, W- J- Parks Jr., 36, and

rour children, Linda, 12, Jackie,
10, Susanne. 9. and Sanara. 8.

Parks, who Kiet his wife in New
Orleans while a naval officer in

World War 11 and the ehiWrtn
knew Mrs. Pail:s was dying.
Parks visited Ins wile every day,
offering encourcgoment when bis
heart did not fe?l it.

"He did very iiicely when he
was with her," wi a nurse. "But
I saw him many t mes break into

tears when he irft her room.

"He told me he wished there

were son.e way he could trade
places with her."
An Ashevlllc department store,

Ivey's. opened a half-hour earlier

than usual for her shopping tour.
K. M. Watkins, executive vice
president of -he store, tore up the
bill and sent Mrs. Parks a note
that the store "was happy to have
been of assistance."

Radio Free Europe

Obliges Polish

Communist Outfit
MUNJCH, Germany. Dec. II

(UP) The Polish Communist or

gan Dookola Swiata made an -un

precedented request to Radio Free

Europe today for e year-end state

ment outlining the antitCommunist

station's plans tor 1957.

Jan" Nowak, chief Of the prrv

ately-finaneed American station's

Polish desk, replied over the air
that REE will continue its efforts"

to break the Polish government's
monopoly on information "which

the press and radio in Poland are

unable to cover fully and' objec

tlvely."

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Siamese Twin Girls
Successfully Parted

By Beibesda

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WASHINGTON. Dec. 18 (UP)

Siamese twin girls, who were born
joined at the forehead, have been,
separated by surgeons at the Na

tional Institutes of Health in the
first operation of its kind in which

both children survived.

The operation was performed

last Tuesday at' the institutes clin

ical center- in Bethseda, Md. on
four months old Virginia ,Kate
Bunton and Teresa Kay Bunton.

They are the daughters of Mrs.

Raymond Bunton of Mountain

City, Tenn.

In announcing the operation to

day, the institutes said both in

fants were '.'resting comfortably.'

Dr. Pearce Bailey, director" of 1

the Institute of Neurological dis

eases and Blindness, described the

operation as "successful." This in

dicated that both girls came
through without brain damage

and with prospects for normal

ilfe and growth.- ;

The institutes declined to make

public the name of the operating

surgeon or to give further details;

The operation was the fifth of

its kind in medical history but the
first in which botht wins survived.

The last reported surgical sep

aration of head joined Siamese

twins was performed Dec. 17,

1952 just four years ago today

on Rodney and Roger Brodie of

Ferris, 111.

They were 15 months old when

they underwent the 12-hour and
40-rainute operation at Chicago.

Roger never regained conscious

ness and died 34 days later.

Rodney was reported today to
be "coming along good" at his
home and to have a food chance
of living a normal life.
In all of the other operations

separating head joined Siamese

twins, both twins died.

Sans Congressmen
They Inviled,
Demos Will Meet

ENVOY TO BRITAIN? John
Hay ("Jock") Whitney, of
Manhasset, L.I., is reported
slated to replace Winthrop Al Al-drich,
drich, Al-drich, U.S. ambassador to Great
Britain, eaHy next year. Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, a noted financier and
sportsman, is a personal friend
Of President Eisenhower and is
said to represent the President's
"new Republicanism." In World
War II, he served as a colonel in
the U.S. Air Force.

WASHINGTON, Dec. 1-(UP
The Democrats' national advis advisory
ory advisory committee will meet hero
Jan. 4 despite the refusal of
Congressional members to servo
on It.
The committee will meet while
the Democratic-led 15th Con Congress
gress Congress is organizing.
Chairman Paul M. Butler of
the Democratic, national com com-mittee'fcnnounced
mittee'fcnnounced com-mittee'fcnnounced yesterday that
he had called the advisory group

Into, sesstop f df tlje my ifwr tne
new Congress convenes, i
It 'will meet with theiiationnl
committee's 14-iriemher execu executive
tive executive committee, which voted
last month to set it up to work
for "Democratic programs and
principles."
Butler had invited 20 party
leaders, including 11 from Con Congress,
gress, Congress, to be members of the com
mlttee. All five of the House ap appointees,
pointees, appointees, headed by speaker Sam
Rayburn, declined to serve a
did Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B Johnson.
Only two from Congress
;ens. Bstes Kefauver (Tenn.)
n Hubert H. Humphrey
Minn.) have accepted. Three
ether senators hate not yet
replied.
Butler told a news conference
yesterday that the purpose of
the advisory committee had been
misinterpreted in some quarters.
He denied that it was intended
to "dictate to the Congress or
to encroach upon its powera."
The resolution setting up the
committee did, however, call for
a plan of action for the new

congress.
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Jap Communists
Said Looting
Small Capitalists
TOKYO. Dee. 1ft (UP) Nation

al police authorities charged today
that Japan's- Communist Party is
systematically looting small capi

talists and channeling the funds
into the party's coffers.
i
Police officials estimated one
party unit had robbed small busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen throughout the country of
one billion yen ($2,778,000) through
a network of dummy companies
set up by the party;
They said those companies built
up debts with small manufactur manufacturers,
ers, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers,
shifted assets to Other party-controlled
firms, then Went into bank-rupcy.

Pope Advances Date
Of Xmas Eve Speech

VATICAN CITY, Dec. 19 (UP (UP-Pope
Pope (UP-Pope Pius XII will deliver his an

nual ennsrotas message on uec.
23, one day earlier than usual so
the address will get the widest

distribution, Vatican sources said

today.
It was explained that the Pon

tiff advanced the date of his tradi

tional Christmas Eve broadcast

when church officials in various
nations pointed out. that newspa newspapers
pers newspapers in their countries either are

not published Christmas Day or
go to press very early. They said

tots prevented worldwide publica publication
tion publication of the message last year.
Sources said the pontiff will
broadcast Sunday over the Vati

can radio. The message is expect

ed to dear with important world
problems.
The powerful radio will beam

the address to both sides of the

Iron Curtain in 27 languages rang ranging
ing ranging from English and Russian to

Chinese and Hungarian.
Sources said the Christmas mid
ight miss which the Pope plans
to recite in his private chapel' also

may be -broadcast as it was last
year.

Javits Says Weak
US Policy On Suez
Good For Nasser

TOKYO, Dec. 19 (UP) Sen. Sen.-elect
elect Sen.-elect Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) said
today U.S. failure to adopt a
strong Suez policy could make
Egypt's President Gamal Abde!

Nasser "the absolute ruler of the

whole Middle East."
Javits, who is on a world tour,
said he will urge President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to be as "rigorous and
strong" in seeking a satisfactory
Suez settlement as he was in con-
f earning the use of force against
topfe
s
"If we follow the strictly juri

dical Ene of recognizing, Egyptian

sovereignty and merely restoring

the status quo, Nasser will become
the absolute ruler of the whole
Middle East, and any Moslem gov government
ernment government which disagrees with him

will fall," he said.

Javits indicated he believes the
proper solution of the canal crisis
would be some form of interna

tional control.

Nixon in Austria,
Sees 72 Refugees
Readying for US.
VIENNA. Dec. 19 (UP)- VS.

Vice President. Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon arrived in Austria to take a
first-hand look at the greatest-

eyer mass flight from Russian-

style communism.
As Nixon landed at the airport
almost the first persons he saw
were 72 Hungarian refugees

waiting to take off for a new life

in America.
They were the latest of more
than 11,000 Hungarians already

shipped to the U.S. under Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's scheme to

admit 21.500.

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West Berlin Govt
Rejects $28,309
Bill From Reds

BERLIN, Dec. 19 (UR
West Berlin city covens

day rejected a $23,81

toe Communists for
an alleged soy tunnel

American ani Russian

the city.
A spokesman said tMr

eminent refused to
because th? tunnel

under allied responsi

The Soviet zone
nnunceri last Aoril

covered the tunnel and
Americans had been .-sp

tap Soviet and East
munications fines.

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Embassy residence in honor of the Minister of Foreign Rela Relations
tions Relations and Mrs. Aquillno Boyd.
A large group of their friends have been Invited.

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ttrom the United States tomorrow
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ents Mr. and Mrs. Feliz Maduro.

Ambassador Of Ecuador
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iF The Ambassador of Ecuador DrJ

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the Embassy residence last night
! In honor of Ecuadorian artist San San-ltiago
ltiago San-ltiago Bueno.
Rfi Among those who attended were
'jthe Ambassador of El Salvador Li Li-iOo
iOo Li-iOo Osegueda, Ambassador of Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela Esteban Chalbaud, Enri

que Jiminez, Santago Pi y Suner,
Dr. Antonio Gonzate- Revilla, Xa Xa-vier,
vier, Xa-vier, Urrutia, Manuel Moreno and
Senato Ozores.

Cel. And Mrs. Henderson
Entertain At Kebbe
Col. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hen

derson entertained with a cocktail

buffet at cheir quarters at i t. aod aod-be
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HARNETT & DUNN

Col. And Mrs. Clave
Entertain At Albrook
Col. and Mrs. E. A. Cleve enter entertained
tained entertained a group of friends at a
cocktail buffet at Albrook Officers'
Club Sunday evening.

Orphans Have Pun
At Christmas Party

December and Christmas time

in Panama took on a special yule
tide glow at the 15th Naval Dis District
trict District Headquarters at Balboa, Ca

nal Zone yesterday when sailors

of this command became goodwill

ambassadors avlarge, as they
took on the role of "duty-daddies"
to vivacious little girls from the
San Jose orphanage in Panama
City.
The America, sailors, their fac

es warm with smiles, escorted the
young ladies to the messhall for
a regular yuletide feast of roast

and mashed potatoes with- lots of

ice cream. Immediately following
their lunch the little girls faces

really began to light up for they

met Santa Caus. Santa in a Navy

chowhall has just as pleasing an

effect on youngsters as he does

anywhere else that children might

run into him. He presented the

girls with sacks full of holiday

nuts, candies and fruits.
From thte messhall the girls, ac
companied by their "Foster-Fath

ers (in a sailor suit), went to

the 15th Naval District audito
rium where they saw films of va

nous cartoons and short subjects

always weu received by the young-at-heart.
The children, full of laughteu,
met Santa Clans once again fol

lowing trie movies when he pre-

senieo xnem guts from their "Du

ty-Daddies" of the U. S. Navy
Commander John Hollinesworth

15th Naval District Chaplain was

in cnarge of the "day with the N
vy" for the Panamanian orphans
(Con tinned on Ptige 7

SWEETHEART OF PHI SIGMA NU Miss Marilyn J. Bevlng Bevlng-ton,
ton, Bevlng-ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Bevington, of Balboa,
Canal Zone, Is one of six candidates for "Snow Queen" at
Bryant College in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. Miss
Bevington is the sweetheart of Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity.

Beqinners Luck
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(UP) Veteran police marksmen

were taken aback when first prize

in a turkey shoot wept to Police
woman W. E. Moore.

It was the first time Mrs. Moore

had ever fired a shotgun.

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and Andrew F. Schoeppel. are a a-mong
mong a-mong the 3ft passengers booked
to sail for New Yqrk Saturday
from Cristobal on the Panama
liner Ancon.
There are eight passengers
listed in the' advance passenger
list for Port-au-Prince. They are
Mrs. 'de Evan Bennett, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Cardinale and three
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.

A. Knowles.

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ger passenger list for New York follows:
Mr. antf Mrs. Arthua I'Betry;
Robert E shilders, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Fallon; Katharine Fer Fer-rick;
rick; Fer-rick; Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Fisher;
Anthony Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Leo

LB. Harrington and 4 children:

Kathryn Justfey; Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob A. Kahn; and Alex King.
Elizabeth McCabe; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward S. McLean; Rep.
and Mrs. Morgan M. Moulder
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helm; Oppen-helm; Rep. and Mrs. .Andrew F.
Schoeppel; and Mrs. Louise B.
Thomas.

Peter Paid Paul
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19 (UP)
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mond Raymond L. Hill, USARCARIB Engineer Officer, In tre formers
office. Boyer, who was born and raised In Escanaba, Mich.,
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WHEN Robinson Crusoe was

cast up on his island, be was re

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tude became his safety. Then it

was suddenly taken from him

walking along ms beach one

day, you'll recall, he came on

the human footprint that told him

he was no longer alone. He was
panic-strieken. But as he discov discovered
ered discovered that he had nothing to fear
from the intruder, he grew quite
fond of him. He began to find

safety, not In solitude, but in the

companionship of bis man Friday.

All he needec. to alter ms teei-

ing of apprehension to one of ac

ceptance was the passage of time.

A first-born chud who is about

to become a brother or sister is
entering upor a Robinson Crusoe

experience.

A young husband whose wife

signs herseu Anxious seems
sure that it is bad, cruel experi experience.
ence. experience. His wife writes': v

"He is so afraid of jealousy in

our four-year-old girl that he won't
let nu tell her another child is

coming. The baby is due in less

than three months. But instead of

letting me tell Edwina so she has

time to adjust to it, he says it's

time enough for her to adjust aft

er tne baoy s nerc. l nave to

watch everything I say in front of

her. . ."

If a parent is so frightened of
arousing a first child's jealousy,
we have a right to wonder ii he
has worked out his own.
A person who has outgrown
childhood jealousy of brothers and
sisters does not feel it in his own
child. So he doesn't hide the com coming
ing coming of a new one, but announced
it with pleasure. Though he will
understand his little child's inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced and jealous belief that
the baby means her destruction,
he does not share it.
He knows it as a temporary one
one that will change as the child
gradually learns she is still safe
and loved,' despite the intruder,
because he has found companion companionship
ship companionship in the brothers and sisters
who once intruded on him, he ap appreciates
preciates appreciates the baby's ultimate val value
ue value to his little girl. Like Robinson
Crusoe, he has outgrown the scar scared
ed scared idea that solitude is safety.
But if he still resents his broth brothers
ers brothers and sisters as destructive, to
him, he will indeed be very sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic with his little girl's jea jealousy.
lousy. jealousy. Inflicting a rival on her
will seem unbearably cruel be because
cause because it still seems unbearably
cruel to have had one inflicted oo
him.
His little girl need; the baby to
help her become a member of her
own generation.

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1S

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Social tibd Otli

Mickty Moons
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For lota Stjmt Phi
Kay Klontz, presided ovfr the
hi.mnnthlv meeting nf th7 Beta

Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi,, at the

home of Mickey Moore, ai we
close of the business meeting it
was announced that the Christ-

ma part would be open houe

tor we mtmoen oi ure vuy vuy-ter.
ter. vuy-ter. ac therhonfe of Jearf Judge in
MargarRi, on pec. 29. f
Kav Klontz eave the cultured

talk for the evening titled" Ex Express
press Express Yourself,' Kay hid all mem mem-ben
ben mem-ben participating. Mickey Moor,
hostess for the evening as is. is.-ed
ed is.-ed by Doris Lesser served the re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. It was announced that Leneve
Stroop will be hostess for the next
meeting to be held at ther home
in Margarita on Dec. 26 at seven
thirty, Members present wer An-

erwi&e

- Continutd

na May Butcher. Nancy Ramsey,

Lneve Strooo. Jean Judge, Nor

ma DuVoll, Doris Lesser, Alice

McGann, Betty Oden, Jean Lotfey,
Kelly Wainio, Mickey Moore, Kay
Klontz.

NAACP Secretary
Ordered To Show
More Tax Records
ATT.ANTA Dec 19 (Wi An

official of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People today was under court or order
der order to produce additional records
for a state tax investigation.
Mrs. Ruby Hurley, southeastern
NAACP secretary, given the order
by Judge Durwood Pye of Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Superior (Jourt Monday, was
one of five defendant in a con contempt
tempt contempt of court trial.
State revenue agents continued
an examination of NAACP records
finally produced last Friday after
John H. Calhoun, president of the
Atlanta Branch, was jailed under a
one-year contempt sentence. Cal
hmin was frpmt when the records

appeared, pending the check of

whether they are aadequate.
The NAACP also was fined
$25,000, with a statment that the
amount mav be reduced if the

state finally get the records it
needs without further court pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. i
Off-Duty Cop
Stumbles On Safe
LE HAVRE, France;, Dec. 19
(UP) An off-duty police sergeant

beating the bushes near here for
rabbits stumbled oday on bigger
"game" a safe containing $60)
which had been hidden in a clump
of ferns.
The 800-pbund safe was stolen
last night from a Social Security
office by thieves who evidently
were unable to open it. Police be believe
lieve believe they dumped it in the ferns

wmie they went for more tools.
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Requiem Mass
A requiem mass will be held
tomorrow moraine; at 6 o'clock
n St. Vincent de Paul's
Church for Mrs. Edith Maria
Morris, who died on Dec. 24
hut year.
Mrs. Morris is survived by
her children, John, Alfred,
Mrs. Prudencla Henlin and
Mrs. Emily Valiere.
Vexatious
LONDON,, Dep. 19 (UP) -Dorothy
Arnold, whu is officially de described
scribed described as a "vexatious litigant,'
has lost her 27th and last lawsuit
A judgment handed

court here yesterday forbade Miss

nrugia w iue any more suits.

Hungary Is Under
Most Ruthless
For Of Terrorism

VIENNA, Dec. 19 (UP)-A for former
mer former official of the Hungarian
AVH secret police said today the
most ruthless ponce force in its

Communist history is terrorizing

Hungary.
The refugee said the police as
well as the government of puppet
Premier Janos Kadar are under
complete Russian domination.
Hundreds of citizens are being
arrested indiscriminately in an at attempt
tempt attempt to terrorize the nation into
submission, the refugee told Unit United
ed United Press.
Radio Budapest has admitted
the arrest of 400 "rebels and
criminals" in the past 24 hours
for possessing arms.
The refugee, who held high rank
in the AVH, was in a position to

know. Before taking nis cnances
on western clemency by fleeing
herp. he snent vears with the

AVH which became the rebel

lion's symbol of hatred.
Officially, the Kadar regime
claims the AVH has been dis disbanded.
banded. disbanded. But the new security po police
lice police force is using AVH tactics.
It is known that many of the new
police are old AVH men, the ref refugee
ugee refugee said.
The refugee said the new police

have orders to stop at nothing to

crush opposition.

He said Matyas was arriested
in 1949 along with former For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Laszlo Rajk who
was executed as a trailtor. But
Matyas only drew a jail term and

on his release returned 10 me
AVH.

Matvas. however is just an-

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I other puppet, tne reiugee sam.
jThe Russians actually tell him

wnat loo. o.

ItfatvBx' rienutv is a Lt. Col.

Jambor, a close associate of a

former secret ponce doss wnu was
i,ataii in iQ.ii for his sadistic in

terrogation methods, the refugee

officer said.

He said the headquarters is lo

cated at Jtofc.Ufca (street) which
sflso is the headquarters of the

Joint Russian Hungarian police

committee governing au pouce ac

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kiss the ground as they land at Piraeus, Greece, after 10 years in Soviet prisons. Thirty-eight
returnees arrived on the Soviet ship Pobieda together with 78 women and children. Reports
say that 50,000 more Greeks are still being held iri the U.S.S.R.

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PHOENIX. Ariz Dec 19 rtJP)

A group of radio stations have!

appealed to tne nation to makei
possible a merry Christmas for
seven children whose parents were;
killed in a car-train crash here
Sunday nieht.

The stations are seeking finan financial
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phaned orphaned by the accident, the worst
m history involving one car.
Record Twin Birth
BUFFALO, N.Y., Dec. 19 (UP)
The Millard Fillmore Hnsniinl

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girls; a girl and a boy, and two
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'Revolution Of The Word'
Blasted by Washington Poet

WASHINGTON (UP) Poet Ranging us with a nourishing medicinal
dall Jarrell feels the principal dif-1 compound of the two," he said,
ference between tjje-eoth Century
and past ages is man's assault on Sit mi Porcupine
man with "instant, ready mixed
literature." Jarrell also turned his attention
Jarreil, resident poet at the Li-: to hi-fi addicts and people addicted
brary of Congress, told a lecture; to modern furniture,
audience Monday night civilization j On chair? "A great many peo peo-has
has peo-has undergone a "revolution of the pie are willing to si', on a proeu proeu-word"
word" proeu-word" along with the industrial pne if you first exhibit it at the
and technological revolutions. Museum of Modern Art and say
. Ithat it is a chair."

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woros, ne urn. mey n.Tci tnemselves on the fidelity of their
learned to manufacture entertain-1 phonographs almost as the crusad crusad-ment
ment crusad-ment and uplift as efficiently asg prided themselves on the fidel fidel-they
they fidel-they manufacture anything else. nv 0f their wives
In fact, the bearded poet said,! ""if Queen Victoria had got to

the greatest American inausiry ,read tne Reader's Digest-awful
the industry of using words. thought she would have loved it,"
"We pay tens of raillionsipf peo- ke wjd "Everything in the world
pit to spend their lives lyi to us, in tne Reader's Digest I am
or telling us the truth, Mfupplyiwmg ,t as a convenient 'symbol
for all that is Bke it is palatable,

reassuring, timely anecdote, full of
human interest, immediately com comprehensible
prehensible comprehensible to everybody over and
many under the age of 8."

Dull Quotations
But Jarrell said soon the queen

Would have noticed that her hus husband,
band, husband, Albert, "kept quoting from
Shakespeare that the Archbishop
of Canterbury kept quoting from

the bible." Soon, he said, she
would have" felt dissatisfied be because
cause because "They didn't sound like the
Reader's Digest."
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cess process of digestion she would look
from the Reader's digest to some
magazine the size of your paim.
three-fourths pictures," he said.
"A strange half sexual yearning
would move like musk through her
veins and she would but I can cannot,
not, cannot, I will not say it."

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(UP) Dulles said that despite all flits country takes a new Took

, Foster Russia's p o t e n i a I military military forces in Europe.
Wild be; strength is too great to permit But he seemej to be thhjkins
military any cutback in tho North Atlantic of a withdrawal of American
Bin hi trea.v forces. forces from West Germany pro

said this country, mignt reconsiu- in this connection, he said there vided Russia agreed .o pull back
er if the rebelfioite Soviet satel- probably will be some streamlin Red armies in East Germany,
tites achieve true independenter ;ing of American units in Europe. Hungary and other sair'litesi
In his first news conference But he said this will be designed! He noted that the Un.isd States
since his canecr operation nearly to increase their mobility and will always has been ope.i-minded on
two months ago, Dulles seemed not reduce their overall military, the question of crea.ing a neutral
more hopeful that Russia event'.- striking power. belt to ease Russia's expreaed
ally may agree to some realistic fears of western aggression,
nlsn for creatine a neutral belt Army sources said yesterday the

between East-West forces in Eu-Army plans to trim its combat i Dulles also said tnis country Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
rnt forces by 60;000 men over the next would be glad to give the Krem-iB. Johnson and o ner leaders to

He conceded the Kremlin has! two years as part of a.omic-aBei lin

taken no action so far to justify! streamlining program. Each of

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Butler Goes Ahead With Plans
For Demo Adivisory Committee

o
WASHINGTON. Dec. 19 (UP) l-wsorr committee to accept the of of-Democratic
Democratic of-Democratic National Chairman fer cf the. congressional leaders
Paul M. Butler said jbday he is "to consult and cooperate'' with
o.jg :iead with the par.y's new .he new group.
au ,:(,.y coaiuuUee u.-pue red -,
al of Democratic loaders in Con- He- tojd a news conference his
gress to join tne group. own relations with congressional

leaders has been cordial but that

He expressed regret at the de1-there1 is room "on both sides'

cis. on oi Speaker mud ..Kaynii, closer, cooperation.

for

a reannraisa of U S. military "e mmy s it uuanirv ana l air-

strength in Europe. He said Rus- borne divisions will be cut about
sia has done everything possible 25 Per cent,
to stir up trouble in the Middle; Dulles made no attempt to pre-

East and block .settlement of the

Suez Canal dispute.
Dulles also blamed the Soviet
Union for the tragic events in Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. He accused the Kremlin of

tearing up the Geneva agreement
to reunite East and West Ger Germany.
many. Germany. But he added that the rebellion
in Hungary and open uqrest in
other eastern European satellites

has produced significant changes

in the picture in Europe.

A year ago, Dulles said, Russia
could count on some 60 satellite

divisions to fight alongside the

Red armies. Now, he said, these
satellite forces not only can't be
counted on but might even shoot
the other way toward Russia.

diet che result if the satellites do

gain real independence and this

Butler said the advisory com-

a formal expression of its view boycott the committee. 1 mittce can tferform service out-

on the subject. But he said i sice the field of federal legisla-
wouid not emer inn n r Butler assured the law-makersi tion. He said 'it could be activo
ment between the NATO powers that the new group will not med- in. the field of state legislation.

and tne Kussian-inspucu .ai. die in -legislative uuues.
pact of satellite powers.
He also rejected in advance an Butler said that although only
arrangement which would keep : 8 of 20 party leaders have accept-

Germany partitioned.

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Anti Soviet Feeling
Gives Way in Poland
As Reds, Poles Shake
WARSAW,' Dec. 19 (UP)-Anti-Soviet
sentiment ebbed in Com Communist
munist Communist Poland today.
The press welcomed a pact

which gave Poland virtual veto-

power over Russian troops in the
country as a means to end a
wave of anti-Russian demonstra

tions.

(Radio Moscow helped smooth

the troubled waters with a broad
oast statin" that the pact had re

moved "past mistakes" in Soviet Soviet-Polish
Polish Soviet-Polish relations.)
Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri

T. Shepilov and Defense Minister
aenmi Zhukov left for home by

pram? today after signing the de defense
fense defense agreement yesterday,
fihpnilnv warned Poland that

"imperialist" forces with atomic
weapons are an increasing threat
to eastern Europe.
Polish Premier Josef Cyrankie Cyrankie-in
in Cyrankie-in i sneerh delivered yes

terday and released today, said
the accord granting Pland the
right to ocntrol movement and lo location
cation location of Russian forces on its
soil marked "a decisive turn in
the relations between our peoples
towards respect for sovereignty
nA onimlitv between our stales.

Neither Cyrankiewicz nor party
chief Wladyslaw Gomulka, an
avowed Titoist, were present at
the airport t? seet he Russian dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries off.
The press played up the pact
as a solution to anti-Russian out outbursts
bursts outbursts among Poles.
"This agreement will play a
great role in quieting the mdods
Jrevalent in Poland." the pfflfcU
party newspaper Trybuna Ludu
Sa"All grounds which the Poles
had to complain about Soviet
troons being here which led to
pincidtl ttiM ,nW
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foreign policy, in the development

of new ideas and prmciplcs and in
intva-part) affairs.

ec invitations to serve on iiie

; committee, he has called the first

meeting of the group for rndaj
Jan. 4.

I

He said the party's executive
committee which voted last
month to set up the advisory
group, will meet the same day.
The advisory committee was
auihorized to set the party's legis

lative program for the next four
years. Among those who have ac-1'

cepted membership are former

President Truman and Adlai E.
Stevenson, twice defeated for th
While House.
Some quarters saw the coihmi: coihmi:-tee
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party's liberal bloc a greater voive
in party affairs.
, Rayburp and Johnson based
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ocrats Democrats in Congress.
Won't Bother Congress
BuUer( noting these objections,
said the committee's creation
"soems to have eben interpreted
as an effort to dictate to the Con

gress or to encroach upon its

powers."

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Carta Vieja Yankees
Wallop Chesterfield

By VICTOR GRAY
Hector Lopez, itar second baaeman of cellar cellar-dwelling
dwelling cellar-dwelling Cerveza Balboa, will be back in the open opening
ing opening lineup tonight for the first time in over a week
as the Beermen tangle with the loop leading Carta
Vieja Yankees at the Olympic Stadium.
' Lopez suffered a leg injury as he slid home in
a game against the Yanks two Sundays ago. He is
reportedly sound again.
A win for the Beermen would move them to
within a game of the front runners and only one-half
game away from the second place Chesterfield
Smokers. .
Eli Grba (1-1) of the Yankees will oppose Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Sheetz on the mound.
. The Chesterfield-Cerveza Balboa game which
was rained out in Colon Sunday, will be played at
the Olympic Stadium tomorrow night.

The Yankees took undisputed
possession of first place in the
Panama pro League last night
when they downed Chesterfield
by a 9 to 3 wore. Winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher Evans Kllleen successfully
scattered eight hits, walking
four while striking out three.
Losing hurler was Humberto
Rohinson, who started lor the
Smokers.
Yanke Rally
A big sixth Inning which pro produced
duced produced seven runs and in which
eleven Yankee batsmen took
turns at the plate saw the Yanks
through to their fourth win of
the season. The game up to then
had all the earmarks of a thrill thriller.
er. thriller. Tony Bartlrome, Yankee first
baseman who was the night's
batting star with three in three,
started things off with a walk,
pilfered second and scored Spi Spider
der Spider WUhelm's Texas League
double.
Scortkhini Earns
Shot At Giardello;
Cops 7th Straight
NEW YORK (UP) Middle
weight Italo Scortichini of Itsly
was practically assured today of a
Madison square uaraen ngni wun
sixth ranking Joey Giardello of
Philadelphia in February because
of his seventh straight victory
Monday night In St. Nicholas
Arena.
Swarthv. brawnv Scortichini won
a lopsided decision over Canadian
Wilfie Greaves in their television
10-nmnder at St. Nick's after
vonnfi. blondish Greaves had been
floored and severely cut on the left
brow in the first round.
Mana cine Director Harry Mark
on of the International Boxing
Club said today, "It's very likely
that Scortichini and Giardello will
fight at the Garden in February.
Our January Garden dates are
filled."
The three ring officials favored
Scortichini on a rounds basis, 9-1,
8-1-1 and 7-3, the last figure agree
ing with the United Press score.
GamboaSwim Pool
To Be Closed For
Cleaning Friday
Tha Oambea swimming pool
will be closed aU day Friday,
December 11, for cleaning.
It will reopen at the usual
how of 9 : 30 a.m. Saturday.
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Johnny Kropf belted a Robinson
pitch high and wide over the
HcrM. field harrier for his second
home run of the campaign and
run No. 2 for Carta vieja.
Robinson then got a holdof
himself and settled down. The
Smokers broke the ice in the
fourth when Ellas osorio power powered
ed powered a home run to deep Tight
center, his first of the season
for the first Smoker tally.
Robinson Depart
Bill Kern opened the
nitth with a. double down
fatal
the
left field line. Kropf walked and
Mayllng struck out. Robbie, aft after
er after being ahead of the batter Kll Kllleen,
leen, Kllleen, with a one and two count,
lost him, filling the bases.
Bartlrome singled, scoring
Kern and Kropf, causing the re removal
moval removal of Robinson in favor of
Bob Vertich. Vertich pitched to
three batters, patton, WUhelm
and Eddie Phillips, and walked
them all; KiUeen and Bartlrome
registering the fifth and sixth
cv tames.
Exit Vertich and In comes Tom
tnlnnlornn nrhn max erreet.pri hv
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a Dave Jacobs single to score
Patton.
Kern, trp for his second turn
at bit in the Inning, singled to
brintr in Wilhelm and Phillips
for the final Yankee markers, as
KroDf grounded into a fast dou-
ble play, Bernard to Austin to
Osorio.
Robby, during the five and one
third frames he worked was.
reached for six hits, fanned six"
and walked five.
4 Smokers Fight Baek
Chesterfield came to life in
the eighth when they scored a
run on doubles by Frank Austin
and Osorio. Marcos Cobos,
Smoker catcher, led off the
ninth with a circuit smash over
the left field fence for his team's
third and last tally for the
night.
Both teams played errorless
ball.
Tafum's first Year
At North Carolina
Was Complete Bust
GREENSBORO. N. C. Dee. 19
(UP) Jim Tatum's first season;
at the University of North Carolia Carolia-na
na Carolia-na was a complete bust at least
as far as the official records show.
Tatum's Tar Heels won two and
tied one while losing seven gams.
But the records will show 10
straight losses under a ruling by
Atlantic Coast Conference Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner James Weaver.
Weaver Monday ordered the Tar,
Heels to forfeit all games in which
end Vince Olenik appeared. Olenik
appeared in the first nine games
of the season but was held out of
the finale against Duke, a game
wnicn tne Tar Heels lost.
A junior from Swoyersville, Pa,
Olenik played at Chanel Hill un
der the name Vince Olen. He hid
played previously at Temple Uni University
versity University before entering the Armw
'a though his records did not show
ne was a transfer student.
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Kansas City
Signs Local
Third Baseman
By WALT IB C. WATSON
Joe Nacehio, Latin American
scout of the Kansas City Athletics,
signed up his first player for the
rookie, who will report to the Mat Mat-toon
toon Mat-toon Baseball Crab, Midwest
League. Class D is a product of

the Atlantic side. He is Joseph
Clarke, whom many of the local
baseball experts predict will go
places because of his earnest de desire
sire desire to play and his willingness to
learn in addition to bis hustle and
ability.
As previously reported, Joe is
awaiting word from Clyde Klutz
as to available space on tne farm
teams before sianine any other
players. The possibility exists that
two or three more future stars
will be m their way if the rosters
of the farm dubs are not filled
when Clyde gets the final report.
On Fridav of this week the Car
ta Vieja team will visit the Balboa
High School at which time many
ot tne. SCBDOi team wm nave ure
opportunity of talking with the
mninr leasmers and high minor
rma nli vers rnmnrisins theJ
league leading team.
Power
Chesterfield
Bernard, ss ......
Austin, 2b .......
Parrla, 3b
E. Osorio; lb
Prescott, If
Cobos, c ......... 4
Grote, cf ........'4
Napoleon, rf 3
Robinson, p ..... 3
Veritch, p 0
Flanlean. n ..... 0
Nunez l 0
Gordon, p o v
Dia i o
Totals 33 3 8 24 7
Nuftez fouled out for Flanigan
in 7th. v
Diaz singled for Gordon in
9th.
,
carta vieja
Bartlrome, lb
2
0
3 11
0 0
Shantz, c
Patton, c
Wllhelm, ss
Phillips. 3b
Jacobs. 2b
Kern, cf 4
Kropf, rf 3 2
Mayling, If 4 0
Kllleen, p ....... 2 1
Totals
31 9 9 27 15
Score By Innings
Chesterfield OOOlOOOll 3
C. Vieja 110 007 OOx 9
SUMMARY RBI's: Wllhelm
2, Kropf, Osorio 2, Bartlrome 2,
Phillips, Jacobs, Kern 2, Cobos.
Two base hits: Wllhelm, Kern,
Austin, Osorio. Home runs:
Kropf, Osorio, Cobos. Double Double-plays:
plays: Double-plays: Bernard, Austin, E. Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. stolen base: Bartlrome 2.
Earned runs: Carta Vieja 9,
Chesterfield 3. Struck out by:
Robinson 9, Gordon 2, Kllleen 3.
Base on balls off'. Robinson 5,
Veritch 3, Gordon 2, Kllleen 4.
Left on base: Carta Vieja 8,
Chesterfield 7. Pitchers' record:
Robinson 6 runs, 7 hits in 5 1-8
innings: Veritch 3 runs, 0 hits
in 0 inning (pitched to two bat batters
ters batters in 6th); Flanigan 0 runs, 2
hits in 2-3 innings, winning
pitcher: Kileen (2-0). Losing
pitcher: Robinson (1-1). Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Thornton, Hinds, Roberts.
Time of game: 2:59.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP)-Floyd Pst Pst-terson,
terson, Pst-terson, newly crowned heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, may make an
exhibition tour of Europe or South
America, his manager, Gus D'Am D'Am-ato,
ato, D'Am-ato, .said today.
BALTIMORE, Md. (UP)-Chsr-Jie
Williams, a 19-year-old right-
handed pitcher was purchased to
day from the Birmingham Black
Barons by the Baltimore Orioles.
The Orioles assigned Williams to
their Aberdeen, S. D., farm in the
Northern League.
NEW YOKE (UP) -Al Smith Smith-wick,
wick, Smith-wick, who rode 22 winners in 1956,
was named the leading, steeple
chase jockey of the year today by
the United Hunts Racing Assn.
NEW YORK (UP) -Lou Little,
retiring as bead coach of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University's football team aft after
er after 27 years, was honored Monday
night by the New York Football
Writers' Assn. Little was given a
set of eoff clubs and an honorary
livetime membership in the asso
ciation.
rmrAon rupt Paul Hornune
Notre Dame's All-America quar
terback and Heuman Trophy win
ner, will sign a professional con contract
tract contract with the Green Bay Packers
early next month, the United
Press learned today.
Hornung met with representa
tive! of the Packers last week and
discussed two types of contract,
for one. year and three years. He
will accept tne three year oiler

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OVER THE TOP Bunny Mausert, eight-year old daughter of Lt. Col. Rye and Sissy Mausert,
takes former racer Risita over the top at the Panama Riding School in Chiva Chiva. After
only three months under instructor F. S. Rudesheim, Bunny can ride or jump anything. Race
track fans may. be Interested to know that Risita Is the dam of a beautiful seven-month-old
colt by Bosforo.

Brennan Looks Ahead fo Next

Season

Sukeforth Says NL Pitchers
Better Now Than At Any
Time In Last 30 Years

CINCINNATI, Dec. 19 (UP). Clyde Sukeforth, pitching
coach of- the Pittsburgh Pirates, said today that "the pitchers
in the National League right now are better than at any time
since I broke in 30 years ago.
Sukeforth, who started out as a catcher with the Cincinnati
Reds in 1926, said the current pitching averages would bear out
his contention.
"A good measuring stick on pitching effectiveness is the
ratio of strikeouts against bases on balls, and hits against in innings
nings innings pitched," Sukeforth. told the National League Service Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. "If they come out even, the pitcher is doing an effective
Job overall."
On that basis, there were 18 pitchers in the National League
last season with plus ratios in both departments. Sukeforth
cited that as an incredibly high total.
The pitchers involved with their totals for both departments
were:

Lew Burdette, Braves
Warren Spahn, Braves
John Antonelli, Giants
Sal Maglle, Dodgers ...
Don Newcombe, Dodgers
Bob Rush, Cubs
Wilmer Mizell, Cardinals
Roger Craig, Dodgers ...
Sam Jones, Cubs ....
Harvey Haddix, Phils
Murry Dickson, Cards
Joe Muxhall, Redlegs
Ruben Gomez, Giants
Curt Simmons, Phils
Brooks Lawrence, Redlegs
Tom ACKer, Jteaiegg

San Francisco Dons'
Win Skein Cut At 60

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YOBKj Dec. 19 (UP)
San Francisco's oft postponed
date with disaster has come at last
after a fantastic two years and one
week.
After avoiding defeat through a
record 60 straight games stretch stretch-ins
ins stretch-ins way back to Dec. 11, 1954, San
Francisco's Dons reached the end
of the victory trail Monday night
la a "no excuse" 62-33 debacle
against Illinois at Champaign, 111.
"We just didn't play a good
flame and mat s an mere is to
- . . it
it," admitted Dons' Coach Phil
Woolpert after tne lopsraea mini
triumph.
The clash between tne mini,
ranked No. 3 in the nation, and
San Francisco, rated No. 4, was
trietlv no contest from the open
ing whistle. Illinois reelect 071 eigm
straight points before Sap Francis
co scored. In fact, the game was
three minutes old before tne Dons
could get off a shot.
Illlni Never Headed
At halftime, the Illlni led, 31-15.
and they boosted that to 22 points
at 39-17 within four minutes. The
victors reached their widest mar-
gn, 32 points, at 60-28 shortly he here
re here the end. Six-eight George Bon Bon-salle
salle Bon-salle paced Illinois with 19 points
and Den Ohl added 14. San Fran
cisco, shorn of injured high scorer
Gene Brown, was led by AI Dun Dunbar
bar Dunbar with 12 points.
In the' course of rolling up 60
straight victories since bowing to
UCLA 47-40, on that hardly re
membered occasion two years ago,
the Dons smashed every winning
record in the book and captured
two straight national college
championship, ' ' 1
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beaten Illinois, but North Carolina,
the nation's No. 2 team, stayed a
jump ahead by gaining its fifth
victory, 701, over Maryland. The
tar jieeis opened up a 40-26 half
time lead and breezed hnm i.
though ace Lenny Rosenbluth'was
ouiscored by Maryland's Bob
uorien, zs-aj.
St. Joseoh't Adv. nr..
Monday night also saw the firs!
round of the pre-holiday Carrousel
Tournament at Charlotte, N. C. Ti Title
tle Title choice St. Joseph's (Pa )
drubbed Davidson, 89-64, as Kurt
angieoert urea in 36 points. Wake
forest, Florida, and Auburn also
scored first-round wins to advance
to tonight's semi-finals.
In other leading games Monday
night: Defending Big Ten champ
Iowa ripped Loyola of the South,
80-65, despite 28 points by 6-5 Pete
Gaudin John Richter and Bob
&eitz had 26 each for North Caro-
11 ft 1 JU, M
una aiaie in a w-fj romp over
Eastern Kentucky;
Bob Plump's 29 points led But
ler to an 83-79 overtime win over
Michigan St.; Don Smidt's 24
points paced Nebraska in a 65-62
victory over Purdue; Notre Dame
Stilled away in the second half to
eat Valparaiso, 86-74; Calvin
Grosscup of Tulane had 22 points
and 17 rebounds in an 81-60 win
over Baylor;
Vandy Routs Texas
AI Rochell's 25 points led Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt in a 94-67 rout of Texas;
Arkansas avenged an earlier loss
by beating Wichita, 8047; Denver
rallied to nip Southern California,
59-57; Niagara trounced Assump Assumption,
tion, Assumption, 77-44; Marquette downed
Drake, 10044 and fifth ranked
SMU made Its record 5-0 with a
101-72 rout of Texas Tech.

By OSCAR FRALEY
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19 (UP)

Terry Brennan, feeling a lot old
er than his 28 years after getting
a lot of neat" for a terrible sea-i
son at Notre Dame, looked grim
ly ahead to next seaSOn today
with out much optimism.
"We only lose three men but
they're good ones," Brennan said
as he faced more coaching diffi
culties iu heading the East squad
into the De. 29 East-West Shrine
game. at Kezar Stadium
Thef no stepping down includes
Ail-American quarterback Paul
Hornung, halfback Immy Morse
and guard Gene Hedrick.
"You have to fed the loss
players like those, particular
a young squad," Brennan ex
ed. "Sure, we hoped to do bei
than we did but six of the teams
we played in losing eight of 10
games were among the top IS

teams in the country. That's noaWer,ous explosive ever to lift a

league to learn in, believe me.
Criticism
From
Leahy
Brennan's lips tighten when he
thinks of the "heat" which was
heaped on him, including some
salty remarks by Frank Leahy,
the man he succeeded as head
coach of the Fighting Irish.
I didn't say anything to him.
though," he grinned faintly. "You
just don't say anything in cases
like those."
It was a disturbing season for
Brennan Who rated Michigan
State, Oklahoma, Iowa and Pur
due as the four best teams he
saw.
"It wasn't a good year," he
frowned, "and I guess that may
be ranked as the understatement
of the season. But the boys did,
their best and that's all you can
expect."
Brennan indicated, without say
ing it outright, that Purdue was
the best team he had seen.
Sooner Pail To Impress
"They were tremendous against
us," he asserted. "The w to
score by which Oklahoma beat us
was deceivins and as for Iowa,
we didn't play well against them."
As for his top football thrill,
Brennan still rates his 97-yard
opening kickoff return against
Armv in 1947 as the best.
That was the one in which his
parents went to South Bend from
Milwaukee to see him play and
his father was trapped under the
stands getting Mrs. Brennan a cup
of coffee and missed his red red-haired
haired red-haired son's great run. So that big
thrill also was one of his top dis disappointments.
appointments. disappointments. But not as disappointing as the
1956 football season was to Coach
Brennan. And heTl get a greater
thrill when, and if, he turns out
a winner at Notre Dame.
"But," he admitted forlornly,
"I don't hold too high hopes that
it will be in 1947."
Along The Fairways
AMADOR WOMEN'S GOLF
Last Thursday the ladies played
a Selected Blind Nine tournament.
Helen Schull played a beautiful
eame to take low gross with a 77.
First low net went to Marge Sew Sew-ell
ell Sew-ell with a 32 on the blind holes.
Bernice Davis had a 33 net to
place second and Margaret Hast Hastings
ings Hastings was third with a 34.
Bobby Hughes won the prize for
low putts, 30.
The Ladjes Day tournament will
be continued through the holidays
since there has been usch a food
turnout lately.
The weather has been ideal and
the golf course is in excellent
shape. Now h the time to get your
handicap up to date for some in interesting
teresting interesting tournaments to come.
The tournament for tomorrow is
match play against par.

Editor: CONRAbO SARCEANT

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Teams
Carta Vieja
Chesterfield
Cerveza Balboa.

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TONIGHTS GAME (7:30) At Panama
Carta Vieja (Grba 1-1) vs. Cerveza Balboa
(Sheetz 0-0)
LAST NIGHTS RESULT At Panama
Carta Vieja 9, Chesterfield 3.
Needling Sewing Circle
Threads Looped Sweater

By F. J. K.
He took a deep breath
Stuck out his chin
He Bred two there
And get one pin
Then the roof fell in I
That was the besinnine nf Hi
end of the relonine Tu r.n.
pier, army specialist Gail N.
Crump, when he ntt!
pin in the opening frame to beam
round of hecklins anoints that
stampeded him into hamasm u.
feat under the razor-edged desper desperate
ate desperate clawing fangs of the vulturous
wolves who had been waiting far
uue ui me vrumpier s on nights
iu pounce upon MS loftv nerrh
with the lusty greed of a cat cor cornering
nering cornering a mouse.
indeed, no less than four
crump's ten black wlddw snider
proceeded to eat him up and tear
him apart in the total scoring as
uiey cut Dineriy into nis elongat elongated
ed elongated hide with the merciless thrusts
of a needle jabbing through a
sweater for CrumD was trulv a
looped sweater who was knocked
mm ooK-uea loop as ne sweated
nut !h. U. III.: 7
' unco uuuuuauuu tamps.
Though the downfall of the Tex
an was the outstanding feature of
the private bowling feud in Curun Curun-du,
du, Curun-du, there were a few, other note
worthy events that will cling to the
rainas or tne teuders.
The salt that hurt the tall
crump s bruised onde was nournd
out freely by the smallest bit of
ball almost as heavv as his nwn
profile, none other than Dynamite
Daiieyer Specialist James Ed
win uauey. Sun And he holds
back no punches when he is out
to get the big ones to prove that
"(k. kU... 4k... ,.
mc lugger mejr come
Ronald Michael Dertine-er. the
Whiz-Kid Specialist who whiues
off of the alley after his turn fast.
er than any of the other Beefers,
Came Out lust five noints shnrt nt
Dailey's winning total score while
specialist Arthur Allen Kunte ex experienced
perienced experienced another "hard luck"
third highest score.
Kunze was sailing on the breezv
crest of victory while he was able
to chew and puff on a hopped up
beer soaked cigar that lifted him
up into a cloud of Eutopian per
fection Bowling ingenuity until the
cigar dissolved into ashes and no
body offered to buy him another
one, naturally. So he shrugged off
the Scotch tightwads with the
Dutch scoffing,-"Baus a mal ouf
ich drey dina licht ouse" mean
ing "watch out a bit I'U turn
your light out.",
A brand new twist was perform
Beer
By Brewmaster
Brewer hopes went skyward
when the news of Jim Tuger Tuger-son's
son's Tuger-son's return was made public by
the club's management, it will
be remembered that the six foot
three Tugerson was a tower of
strength to last year's mound
staff, and was largely responsi responsible
ble responsible for the great showing of the
team.
Batting marks which should
make their owners blush with
shame are those now being
sported by some of the Beermen
regulars. Hector Lopez with four
in ten for a .400 average and
Herman Charles, six in sixteen
Pacific Softball
League In Need
Of Scorekeeper
The Pacific Softball League is
in need of an official scorekeeper
for the 1957 Softball season which
is scheduled to start Monday Jan.
The League is holding a meeting
at 6:45 p.m. tonight, Tuesday Dec.
18, 1056 at the Elks Home, La Bo
ca Koad, Balboa to formulate
plans for the 1957 season. Any per
son interested in the position of
scorekeeper should attend this
meeting or contact League presi president
dent president Bill De La Mater at 2-1941
t h i s
Or 2-3528
All interested team rem-esenta-
tivesshould attend the Meeting on
Tueeday or contact the league
president if unable to attend the
oiecungv

Lost
2
3
3
Pet.
.665
.500
.250
GB
1
i
4
3
1
perfectly without any rehearsal
when Specialist William Bay Pal
matory skated three feet oast the
foul line trains to set untwisted
from two right feet that wouldn't
iei mm inrow tne nan. u was list
the jerking effects of a washing
machine as he ran forward stop stopped
ped stopped on the wrong foot pulled the
ball back ran forward two more
steps stopped on the wrong foot
could, not let the ball go saw he
was bast the foul line and then
turned blue. He swore one of the
Scotchmen" spiked Us beer.
The heaviest loser of the eve
ning was D. J. D. who lost the
siriKe aim ana iauea to woo tne
shapely ten objects of aggression
wane pucoing curves ana matting
passes at all but the leading head head-pin
pin head-pin target of appeal. But he was
consoled later when he pin-ochled
two of the boys to death in a card card-play
play card-play duel at home.
B.J.A. R.B.S.-B.H.P. E.E.H E.E.Hand
and E.E.Hand FJK were the rest of the
spokes that rounded out the Ferrli
Wheel of Bowling Amusement
College Cage
Scores
last
Wagner 76 Fairleigh Dickinson M
Buffalo Tchrs 77 Brockport 68
Niagara 77 Assumption U
Upsala 72 Springfield 66
South I
VanderbUt 94 Texas If
Tulane SI Baylor 60
Virginia Tech 72 Citadel 68
North Carolina 70 Maryland 61
George Wash. 72 VMI 63
North Car. St. 90 Eastern Ky. 71
Carrousel Tournament, 1st Rouiw
St. JosepMs (Pa.) 86 Davidson 64
Wake Forest 66 Colgate 59 (ot)
Auburn 89 Clemson 64
Florida 97 Muhlenberg 90 (ot)
Midwest
Butler 83 Michigan St. 79 (ot)
Creighton 69 Colorado St, 34
Marquette 100 Drake 84
Marshall 103 Western Mich. 71
Nebraska 65 Purdue 62
Notre Dame 86 Valparaiso 74
Illinois 62 San Francisco 33
Iowa 80 Loyola (La.) 65
Southwest
Lamar 94 Tex. Wesleyan 68
Arkansas 80 Wichita 67
SMU 101 Texas Tech 72
Hardin Sim. 64 Midwestern 45
West
Colorado 71 Idaho 52
Denver 59 Southern California ST
Suds
for a .375 mark are the only ones
worth their keep. Batting champ
John Glenn with three in twelve
ror .250 is the third best in the
lot.
Bound to improve are Clarence
Moore, who last year hit .312
and is now in the worst slump of
his career. The flan Diego short shortstop
stop shortstop has made only two safeties
in 15 trips to the dish for a .133
average. Manager Leon Kellman,
another of last year's .300 hit hitters,
ters, hitters, has connected safely twice
In 10 trips, while first baseman
Hal Gordon's two in 12 is far be below
low below what h is able to do.
Looking for his first base hit
of the season tonight will be
Reggie Grenald. The lad from
Bocas has drawn the collar in
twelve trips to the plate. Giant
ai nnKston, alter singling in nis
second at bat in. local ball, has
gone fourteen consecutive times
to bat without avail. His mark
is a dismal .063. However, it is
expected that, when th fvmr
Abilene flash sets coins. It
Will take more than the paring
in wis league to stop him.
It is hoped that with the re
turn of Lopez and Kellman to

Won

formulatoitt" llneuP tonight, the club will

tane on a new lease or Hie.
juries to these two kev men
1 played havoc with the Bre
cnances. Lopez, whose 13
runs established a league
last year, is yet to connect
the circuit. Hector hit his first
home run off Chesterfield's Tom
Hughes last season in the sec
ond game or a twin bill played
on Filda?, JDK. J.

in-

hum

hom

for



FACE THfTm
Cristobal To Close Basketball Season Against J. C Friday

THE PANAMA AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAB T NFWSPAPHI v

N.C State College Cets

$5,000 Fine,

BasketbaIJestrictioD

RALEIGH, N. C, Dec. II (UP)
-North Carolina State toueges
hopes o fregalning favor m the
eyes 6f tne Atlantic w.
U rorowM 1 Stall Wit UM""
week-end when the ACC, U
the
t w rsAA th
iiAfri'Mnri inn rise usuuvu w-
wheel a conditional a,vw im
a one-year restriction in the
school's basketball program.
But Chancellor Carey ft Bos
tian, notified of the conference ac
tlon by telegram from ACC Com Com-MiitiAiMi'
MiitiAiMi' Com-MiitiAiMi' .limps Weaver Sunday,
indicated that State has not given
up h its efforts v cteax
"We ?nau appeal ? vutvr'
as a art of the hearing we have
requested with members of tne
conference." boiubh
nr..., vri annnunced earlier
n c "i -
that the ACC chairmen would
.r.nt iirh a nearinE. im acnum
said it will "satisfactorily ex,
plain" the allegations of illicit re re-cruiting
cruiting re-cruiting of MdrelaiK, a Minden
La., high school basketball star.
Conference Decision
u7 tr.r tiH the conference hal
arrived at its own decision without
Uklrig into account 'the evidence
accumulated by. the NCAA nor
...liJ u.ui.aiii otatemant made
.lacjue 4uii". .-.V--V... ---
t.h. acutive director of tne
NCAA in my presence;.
The commissioner said the ACC
acted on the basis, of interviews
with Moreland, assUtaht basket;
baU coach Vic Buhas,. Assistant
Item No 1 ia the Interview
theeBnSs, wal ofcourse, the
ktTdTdo
thatS,
just op ?oesn't:;hurtvMr!')
0 b.b.U meetings To 5? he
f
ne :
art-time playing locale.
("Whethejf,jnuvwas
e said, "in any case, uv w
f.,a- K "r.?;.

1 ;
by
JOE WILLIAMS

was also Wes AKe theV muVt have liked us in Jersey Ci Ci-5
5 Ci-5 "ou? S$St $idance was higher there than in Brooklyn
And wait until they see Sal X-glie, in a Brooklyn uniform pitch
igainst USSU? in a Giant n!form. In fact, I can hardly wait
to see that one myself.")
Item No. 3 was the mljors decision to-remove all restrictions on
h. .rmini of coflei e ballplayers. This d sSolved a prioi- agreement
Xh the Srs "Tor the crew ciits after their freshman
5i nd intll 85 class Was graduted. Meanwhile the minor
leagues ... controlled by the majors ... were hound by no such re re-strfmts,
strfmts, re-strfmts, a situation whWeven Commissioner Ford Frick describ described
ed described as a "farce."
THE COLLEGE ISSUE
O'Malley disclosed Be had voted against the Chicago action...
(nMSS. tbt it is to our advantage to work harmoni harmoni-ousS
ousS harmoni-ousS i undetdlnVly with the coUeges, and to that end we're
presently goinrto it iewn with them and try to work out a pro pro-presenuy
presenuy pro-presenuy goinK w f .. anvthinff hllt c 0sed Issue.").

Mosfof the own m wdlustif" he break on the. grounds that
jnosi oi w. y t .u.. tnr matpriat bv means

the colleges acuveiy wnjjcie agam? ,...
of scholarships and other forms of subsidy. To n extent this i n

doubt true. Also, college coaches wmy wrn "J
for major clubs in. their grea. All that glitters on the coUegiate
diamond is not golden, virtue, and thats for sure.

To Bet back to item No. 1. ... "We here in Brooklyn are proud
to have Saved a prtn the Jckie Robinsc-n story and the related
io nave piayeu a ,f i j u..t,n mntr hutions. brilliant as

evems wnicn mmceu
. it, nni. 11...

tnose naye. oeen, umaue. .... . T tt,,
r.r j 1- rfic.tc mm n the oast tense, for I feel that

.... . i i, v. u.ii

ne sun nas a tot oi nne iscun m ..
traprdinary character is the capacity he ha, for meeting the most
i-ZLisZ A.IU.A uiith hit hinhest. skills.

"1 minx ne iooks upun i
lenge and despite all the years of
i j -j -Kinti thav'vo

1USS VI SCCU aim m.vum.vj ""t .. r" j. II
he'll be of tremendous help at first for the Giants.
O'Malley said he anticipated no fan repercussion or attend
ance decline In Flatbush as a result of the deal.
"aSo yeia T Robinson was no longer a novelty .in Brooklyn
But on the roan he continued to be a superior attraction. Year af
tefyear we set the pace away frem home,. lostalway,e
ceedmg our Ebbets Field sales. Next to Babe Huth, he must b
' the road show baseball has had."
, THE JERSEY ISSUE

. .. i.ibi.a with n'MaTIev vesterdav. that

th. SX ZSm. edule

last Tegsbn (eight'games) U more likely to gain m pepuiaruy man
6t?sebaU was dead in Jersey City," he said "W brought it
back" o"Se Wat that good or bad 1 for the sporty Lon sviHe has
new snacioui sUdlum but from all indications the city will nave
So team "3 seawn Instead of deploring the loss of st.ll another
histori?bMSal"cntek wouldn't ft Jd fju -jy.p
pie took steps, to. ee .that interes d dn t, die out altogether?

touchS Sranrth7saT.talI;fL outthere, thkt If thdo that, we should win."

owner of any Western earn happens 10 u-w.
"Well, pothSi woufpase us &FJhSZ

our regular games in me uumou,; -.
8ItCwae his considered opinion that a weekend series with the
Cincinnati Reds .would turn 'em away.

aVBBH r.flT MA THINKS

mam 1

mmm OitM .Mthtl; tnm

1

ROULETTE
CRAP TABLE
POKES
BAR SERVICE
21 BLACK JACK)
AilCMdHtao4 Salon

One-Ysar

director Willis Casey ahd Wolf
miih eAer Harrv Stewart
In tha telegram, Weaver said,
"It is the decision of this office
that Jackie Moreland be declared
iniiffihli for athletics at Norti
Carolina stale UHieEe, uii
uouege, wai at.
baskebal staff members be de
nied the priviege of Contact with
anv nrnsnprtiv athletes for a peri
.
od of one year (and) Uiat Nortii
Carolina SUte College De 1 1 n e a
$5,000, said fine to be cancelled
should Jackie Horeiana remain
student at North Carolina State
College without athletic .eligibiuy
and under his presen scholarship
arrangement."
Refused Certificate
Although Weaver had refused to
approve Moreland's eligibility cer
tificate, this was the first punitiVj
action hte ACC has taken in the
c e. The NCAA earlier placed he
s. .inol on four-vear probation.
During the four years, N.C. Sta'e
will be banned from taking part in
any NCAA championship events in
any sports, from participating ii
NCAA televised sports and from
having a vote in the NCAA.
The NCAA charges were that
the school had offered Moreland
annual cash gifts, a seven year
medical education for his gir
friend, had given mm an unr;
strieted" scholarship a hdttO for
travel expnses (to Raleigh.
with Walter O'Malley, big wheel
deal which had pipped JSC
veteran,
. v.t
Brooks' to" abandon Jersey City as

the Yankee idea or not, I wouldnt Know,

- awaI..X- u
amariaan t.ue to intervene. It
- "
k.m a mfjsuri of the man s ex

!K ZZ rCU, h pv, Grounds as a chal

- r r-r j ,j iu,
campaigning he , Amt and the
post him. I have a notion mat

Cage Finale

Slated For
Margarita
Cristobal Tigers will end
their basketball season for
1156, when they play host to
the champion Junior College
It.
' Having too many off nights
in shooting, and making many
mistakes In the last quarter,
has hart the Blue and Gold
from Cristobal. Never losing a
game more than five points,
the Tigers could never main maintain
tain maintain an early lead and hold it.
W'th the less of players from
both teams because of eligibili eligibility
ty eligibility rules, each team will have
several new players In their
line-up. Cristobal, will use a
small team with .Pabon end
Sasso .handling the ball in the
backcourt, and smith, Lowe,
ana Towai working for there-
bounds mi
boardsx
The Green Wave will have
several new starters In their
line-up, but most of the scor scoring
ing scoring will still be carried by Que Que-zada
zada Que-zada and Smith.
lA preliminary game will be
played at 6:30 p.m. with the
Cristobal J.V.'s play'ng a team
which will be announced later
on In the' week.
! SAFETY MEASURE Sid-;
iney LeJune at Tropical Park;
in Florida models a new helmet,
;type cap designed to protect
jockeys in case of a spill. Underj
ithe silk covering is a strong!
jfiber crown held r- by a leath leath-Jer
Jer leath-Jer Strap protecti, the neck
'end chin.
US Davis Cuppers
Face One-Sided
Licking by Aussies
By LIO H. PETERSEN
PERTH Australia. Hrr 19
(LP) Despite its easy triumph
over India, the U.S. Davis Cup
tennis team was warned today it
hid better improve plenty within
the next 10 days or face i one
sided licking by Australia.
Harry Hopman, the non-playing
enntain nf the Australian team and
the long-time guiding genius of the
oeienamg cnampion Aussies, was
the man who sounded the warn warning.
ing. warning. It was apparent he wasn't
overly impressed by the Ameri
can's 4-1 victory over India in the
interzone final which wound up
Sunday.
Hopman said the only U.S. Davis
Cupper who might give the Aus
sies any kind of
Seixas of Philadelphia
"Seixas is the man we'll have to
stoo." Hooman said. "If we can

aM
PBRSk $ aaH
AaHCjaaiiMiingH
Ef ..m1

t O. M.lako. DamnnaJnil HSS HU MIC eWIUWAB "

than Krisnnan savea maia irom
heme shut out Dy aeieaung Mute
Green of Miami Beach, Fla., 7-5,

6-4. 6-3. while Sammv Giammalvaif,n if u nf nellet soeed. as far

its. fourth victory in the best of
tm b, mm
VI J1UUOVW,
UMi.tAn 'lav crava T.na 11
Kumar. 6r3. 6-4, 6-2.
But the way Hopman saw it, the
TJ,S. was lucky to beat India.
Pefarrini to the opening tingles
'..lh hatwaan Harh Flam nf Bay.'
HIVVI -' -
' ... .
. ... ,r:ik. r-.iif mm.A v,hnt.
r,V 111113. 1llU., UU M .wuhku,
Hopman commented
. ( a mi a
vri.h.
TT1WI IIT iiuiu Ui awvaa., v.oif-i
nan could have beaten Flam, and
if that happened, India could have
won.
Flam

SEPARATING

Sugar Bowl Win For Vols
Over Baylor Would Equal
Feat of '38 Tennessee II

B-vnvim t v Tann Ttpf 19
mo RwHan Wvatt hoDes to
wind up his second year as Ten-
wum up
SLdM since J938 when Wy.lt
MwimK cantainpfl tha Volunteers.
That mat tha aaasnn the Vols
overwhelmed 10 straight oppo opponents
nents opponents and topped it off with a re resounding
sounding resounding 17-0 win over Oklahoma
in the Orange Bowl, no otner ien ien-nessee
nessee ien-nessee team has won all its regu regular
lar regular season games and a bowl con contest
test contest to boot.
Rut "Tank." as his teammates
once called him, refused to com
pare that l38 team witn tnis
year s squad wnicn won us nrsi
undisputed Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference championship in 16 years.
"It s impossiDie to compare
these teams now," Wyatt said.
"Tt'a iiist like trvinff to compare
this year's car with the model 20
years ago. There are too many
factors involved.
Major Kay Man
km wa tha 1AM team, this
year's eroim consists Of a dazzling
arrav of star performers, led by
All America Johnny Majors. The
182-lb halfback also was named
to the United Press Back of the
Year in a lationwide poll of 232
sports writers and radio and tele
vision broadcasters.
Vatare anerlahzes in the pass-
run ootlon. If bis neid isn't ciear
annu irh for a sizeable gain, he
thrnwa for damaEinc yardage to
his favorite target, All-Conterence
end Kyle (Buddy) Cruze.
The Dint-size tailback led the
conference in total yardage and
rank d third in tne nation in puni
ins with
43-yard average in 26
kicks.
OUT OF DOORS
WARREN PAGE
Sheeting Editor
BY official count, 18,763 letters
Mum vcar some to arms

mm,

it give me aus- u ik. nun
, aeriveners like myself on the ques ques-trouble
trouble ques-trouble was Vic ISTnS .hH barrel on a shot-

UUlli WWVU a-
gun mean less power than a long
one? So, for the 18,764th time the
answer is set torxn: no.
This concern over the relation
.kin f tnhe lnneth and pellet wall
I )ia a u W w m
m ii A I f At HQ.
-M. .omathine which ain't.
in tha fhftt nlare. shoteun "now
er' is more a matter of pellet count
a narmai cnnnLinB raiivcs mc iwu
: mm v.. ... . .

cerned In other words uauajly like for upland game ran
rs,.R.'i2. SLIP'S:

Shot muing mm tnan I onout . . w.urrowlin- i..

nv ninMline veloeitv variation a
mnn. those shot.
In the second place, so long as
marathon five-set match last Fri
. -
, t L T T ... m m MM
f hv dul nuuniaii wao ill "'H
.
won over.
Billy Talbert,
America's non-
Playing, ctptain,
said the same
- nVin caw
.eainst India Seixas
Giammalva
and Green wouH
represent the U.S. in.thd challenge;
round matches against Australia'
a at Adelaide, Dec 26-28.

THE WHEAT FROM

' But the Vols' defense isn't to be
regarded lightly, as was manifest
in the Georgia Tech game when
Tpnnesspp Krrireri a thirri Quarter
'.running ; mjJ passing at-

t.air ,.nii tK. tf.mi anriari wtthinucn meir own way wim Ausun

with the Vol. out front 6-0. J
Wyatt also refused to comment
on Tennessee's bast bOwl record.
Let s not tautaoout tnat, 1 aon t
.l.ttnt 1a 4aM. tfiinlr ahnnt anv enrt
of amx, snapped tne oarK-nairea
coacn. . '. .
t. i
in nine post season engage
ments, starting with the 1939 Tul
sa triumDh. Tennessee has won
only three while losing six. Athie-
lit 1UVtlUt llUWCl L ncvirtliu mi-
wtU TannAAa k.a it AUMtr f Via
li Ant umxAa Ail nun n r
11111,1 ICIIUCDOCC HMO U1UPRUIJ u.
worst bowl record of anv team in
the nation.
Wyatt Rates Baylor High
Wyatt's major concern Is with
Baylor itself. He Said the Bears
have "a real fine football team.
They're coming late. They have
a strong line and excellent
backs." And Wvatt added "We
have information that at the end
of the season, Bayibr had the best
team in the Southwest Confer
ence."
"We hope to be back in the
same condition as wc were for
our first game," Wyatt said.
End Ed Cantrell has recovered
from a fractured spine and is
readv for full duty, and blocking
back Bill Bennett, who went out
late in the season with a broken
foot, is nearly recovered.
The Vols leave for Mew Orleans
Christmas Day, but1 their system
for preparing for the bowl classic
is secret. However, wyatt saia
they will hold regular workouts
while there, including two
drills
far the prss.
with
we consider shotgun barrels oi
normal leneths. there isn't any
significant difference in shot

signmcant dirierence in s n o i r ; v,!. w
speed. Quite some years back the Pfesh, tormtT member
hia an.faM aahnini.n. in Tin of the Classic League was uivolv-white-eoated
technicians in Du-, fV... i.i.

pont's Burnside Laboratory andrV V

the tests have recently been du- KfTifh a k..ll fr
plicated by the JJTS Hifcond
?T ,U 'K"fcflf. 8erious,but Improving, All his

"'"'T e"j
Ps in lanot.h hack In 22
Their conclusion was that with
the same loads, and the same
mount of choke or muzzle con
struction for each inch of barrel
chopped off the shot pellets, aver
aged between 84 and 7V4 fewer
feet per second over a 40-yard
range.
In other words, the velocity out
of a 26-inch barrel such as we
.tvi. inab peanuts, wnra wc tvti-
slder that all of today's high-bas
ed shells start their pellets at
roughly. 1,300-1,350 feet per sec second.
ond. second. And note I said roughly. It just
isn't, nnceihla In 1nal challc in
that the snaart ratristaraH hv' ahella
nut nf thm cam a Kav fl.lrc n4i nine.

vim, V. Ml( 01. It V IWA Vnd UU I VI,
action er than phis ot minus 50 foot-sec-Flam.londs;
and quite obviously some

pellets In a charge, those that are
deformed or slowed in jamming
through the choke, don't so as
I fast as the fastest ones.

THE CHAFF

SCARES
CLASSIC LEAGUE
15th Week
Agency
Seymour
Agcwood
34 26
32-28
29-31
25-35
Austin to
El Panama
Austin
Ace.Wodd trounced
Sainton leup leadina. Semour A
gency. Agewood had things pretty
Austin continued to, be plagued
1 '"T "luA
Hal Kaelin, and Mac Lane led
Agewood while Earl Best and Will
Snellbaker scored highest for Aus-
-AUSTIN
Falciano t
-148
147
. 213
160
, m
201.
154
169
165
ioi
159 508
Thomas
Snellbaker
MM
112 544
171 .503
168 '548!
Knoll
n
1 OC-Jl
847 890 810 2547;
AGEWOOD
Lane
Kaelin
Gleichman
Boyer
171
190
162
4
20Q
211
184
202
1S9
198
201
179
560
597
547
527
Baker
194 224 1(3 601
863 1021 948 2832
Ted Wifher scoring 24ft the third
game, enabled LI Panama to win
cue same irom Scvmniii Asenrv.
Billy. Coffey ajso- scored .wcil for
jsi Panama, i or fceymour Agency,
Harry Colbert and Pat Ca-do roll rolled
ed rolled the best.
EL PANAMA
Wliber
Woortcock
Lowarrle
Melnick
Coftey
SEYMOUR AGENCY
Cascio
McGarvev
Nunes
Kunkel
Colbert
Colbert
Word has been received
St. Louis, Mo. that Leo
collision between a taxi
many bowling friends wish him a
'" speedy and complete recovery.

r.

M i i r n .ii

Anthony Uses Head

To Beat Weak Chin

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK NEA) lfa no
disgrace when you are scarcu, bjv
a frightened nrize fighter has yet
to win a championship.
The worried fighter is frightful frightful-Lv
Lv frightful-Lv handicaooed. lor this la a Same
where the contestant's mind must
be wholly on his work.
This is a, good a way a, we can
think of to get down to the higniy
interesting case of Tony Anthony
a model light-heavyweight trying
to beat a weak-chin with strona
thought.'. Tnt former national wci wci-ter
ter wci-ter champion and Olympic Games
team member of I9.ii! moves beau beautifully.
tifully. beautifully. His punches are delivered
with considerable authority in
swift, wdhdesigned bunches. He
jabs as superior ringmen did
through the Gene Tunney era.
In" short, Anthony can do every everything
thing everything but take a punch. Willie Troy
took him out in four rounds.
.Tanna.t Ttnver inri Mianol Man.
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devil whoever they are dropped
mm iikc a ton or aeaa meat, nob
hv RovH laft him tnr' coi-inneU.
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Hinnant had him on the floor in
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Ouite naturally n n nna it mira
concerned about his one flaw than
tne 22:year-old Anthony, who is
bright chough. So how, you wond wonder,
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dressing room for two Ions hnnr
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nerves? ......
"Tony is relaxed," George Gain-
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he, gets tnose thoughts, out of his
mind.."..
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Gainford, one of the few boxing in- exactly blessed with irin; jaws,
structors left. "When Jimmy Kin;, Joe Louis and Benny Leonard,:
the trainer, and I took. Tony over,! for examples, further proved their
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fight, sure he would, but he would
approach the match cautious like.
'How did we remedy this? 'Sura,
you may be knocked out if the fel fellow
low fellow hits you square en the chin,'
we told him. But what will hap hap-pen
pen hap-pen if you hit him on the chinf
Maybe he will go down. And if you

do your job right, he won't be able i
to hit you square.'
Anthony got the message, as
Archie Moore says.
' They made me stop thinking a a-bout
bout a-bout being knocked out, and I've
found that half tha battle is mental
in this game, too," he explains.
"Besides, I've grown up. When I
wa, being sopped, I weighed 160,
163 pounds, and I was then six six-one.
one. six-one. I've chopped wood at, Mri.
Byrd's camp at PleasantviUe, Ni
J., for a long while now. I'm up te
174. My neck is bigger. I'm strong-J
er."
ANTHONY A3IURIS YOU that7'
he now starts by letting the other
guy do whatever worrying may be-
necessary.
"Now I step right in and look
to take over," he asserts. "I now
realize that if I start thinking J J-bout
bout J-bout what might happen if I'm hit
properly, 1 won't muve right. So,
keeping everything else out of my
mind, I move, punch and move S-
gain so as to slip the counter."
Now that Anthni v
dy for Chuck Spieser, Archie Moore
ana a craex at the crown,
it enes J

wimoui laying mat crnie Hraca
hopes his tiger will remain on thie' i
track.
"But I've never seen a fighter
get over a bad chin." Mana

get oyer a bad chin,'
Braea says, bhmtly.
agree; that, save for th
this is as extraorfin
I however, and maybe
EvervhAittr

the bad chin,

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fighter,
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can dp.
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for rates and information
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TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
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Phone, 2-2451 2-2562
Ltjm Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridim & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. 2-2451
ei by appointment.
HI-FI RECORDS
Christmas, classic and
popular records
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. 6-A Tel. 3-1596
Open until 9:30 p.m.
PREPARE FOR HOLIDAYS
LEARN KIT aisra iw
5 DANCES $12
Bop, Cha Cha Cha, Mambo,
Hereniua, Tamborito A etc.
Good until Jan. 15-57
BALBOA ;gj 2-42"
UBNETTaDUNN
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 1-295
for U.S. personnel and theli
famlllex only.
THE
urn
CcMlQTI
NET camihao
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
St
l I UlUt II
Panama
N. York Colon
TlVOLl BEAUTY SHOP
Is opened from 6:00 p.m.
to 9:00 p.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday for
the convenience) of our
C. Z. patrons.
Please call
for appointment 2-3377.
CANAL ZONE LADIES
The Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
wishes to thank, you once a a-gain
gain a-gain for your patronage dur during
ing during the past year.
"HAPPIEST HOLIDAY"
Velma, Fran, Ida Si Maria
Four Years
(Continued from Pace 1)
Dial Division of the Department
of Justice in Washington besran
Investigating Lennan's activities.
Filing of charges in the Canal
Zone had awaited his release
from a Panama Jail;
He began hfs operation 'h
a S3 check drawn from the
Portland bank and deposited
in the Washington bank, the
court was told.
His pleas of guilty saved the
government quite a bit of mon mon-y.
y. mon-y. Had the case gone to a jury if
Would have meant thousands of
dollars in prosecution expenses,
the government stated.
Witnesses, police investigators
and bank officials would have
had to been brought here to tes testify,
tify, testify, the court was informed.
Then assistant District Attor Attor-ev
ev Attor-ev j Morton Thompson, Jr.,
wouimended leas than the max max-mum
mum max-mum sentence.
GARRARD
We have 25 cycle motors
for Garrard RC-80 record record-changers,
changers, record-changers, now at the greatly
reduced price of
only ... $10.00.'
MUEBLERIA
CAM SPARTON
Central ZK-19
(next to Encante Theatre).

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CASA ZALDO
Central An. S

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Mite, household
ITEMS, motor., refrigerator,
2-4131, 5712-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: -On rug, 'xl2'
color gray, $20.00, Tl. 3-7251
31933.
Mahogany double bod, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood typo, with box spring and
innoripring mattress. Call 87 87-325
325 87-325 or Panama 3-5852.
FOR SALE: 3 -piece bamboo
furniture, lamps, 2 tablet, 3
chairs. Inquire Jimmy's Shop, in
front Balboa Boor Garden, Juan
B. Sou No. 22.
FOR SALE: Beautiful living
room sat, 5 pieces, round table
and carnor table, SI 00. Phone
3-4394.
FOR SALE: 3 tactions wall
constructed lattice. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3216.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Cushman motor
scooter, in good condition, now
tires, completely overhauled,
$1 00. Call Cristobal 2815.
I-OK SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lot In Betania, 561
square motors, high land, noar
school, $4 motor. Phone 3-5380
Panama, Sra. Arjona, 8 to 1 p.m.
Scrooge-Like Reds
Blight Merry Xmas
For East Beriiners
BERLIN, Dec. 18 (UP)-East
German Communist officials have
turned into Scrooges to prevent
thousands of their people in East
Berlin from having a merry
inristmas.
Communist nolice and diatoms
guarasion duty at the borders be
tween jsast and West Berlin are
confiscating Christmas gifts, deli delicacies
cacies delicacies and West German mrrpnrv
without which there can be no
happy holiday in East Berlin
nomes.
The 'Christmas blockade"
means that thousands of East Ber Beriiners
iiners Beriiners can. nnlv lnnlr arrnct the
border at their happier fellows in
sir Jin
rvesi Benin, "ine show-window of
the West." where anvt.hino ran ha
bought.
But. little more than necessities
are available in East Berlin. The
traditional Christmas goose can be
bought only in the West. The toys
and fresh fruits all am 'in fnrhiri.
den territory.
fcast Beriiners save money to
do Christmas shopping in West
Berlin. Even that ha been ronfic.
caxed.
The reds admitted that in one
eight-day period they seized goods
worth $50,762 which 1.900 Kast
Beriiners were trying to carry
nome irom west German shops.
West German money found on
East Beriiners was seized
The Communists said 122
smugglers" were arrested. Un
der Communist law. East, fipr
mans are forbidden t.n mate pur
chases in the West. It is illegal to
use rresi uerman currency.
Freezer Ship Said
Breaking Up Fast
Off Honduras Coast
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Dec
19 (UP)-An 880,000 factory freez freezer
er freezer ship was reported breakino
on a reef and sinking off the
of Honduras.
Charles Ripp mmn, r a.
. "i w'.uv jl me ves vessel,
sel, vessel, said he- received a cable from
the ship's captain, F. L. Routh,
savine that. tr. f.i.. .....'
Pass had struck a reef and was
'i diving up.
The cable sM
and five lonrinran nram mA.k...
had been rescued by a trawler
ana were sale.
The Americans hnth frnm fit
Petersburg, were identified as
jonn tieuman and M. E. Powlus.
W S v
Where you park
at the door!
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LOURDES PHARMACY.
Ill La Carrau.uiUa
FARMACIA LOMBARDO-
Me. M 'V Street
MORRISON
4tt JulT At ft

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Now mutt soil
7x50 Japanosp kogaku Unocal Unocal-ar
ar Unocal-ar coated lens large Hold glass
sizo leather caso, $40.00. 2nd
St. Parajil. Tomistocles Diax
St. Houso 773 Apt. 9.
FOR SALE: Stamp collection.
Mint & Used Approx. 20,000
different. Boat offer. Call Peicod,
83-3170, working hours.
FOR SALE: Christmas trees
in all sixes on sale bow. Choico
selection of .US. and European
Christmas tree ornaments. Al Also
so Also Christmas decorations and
lights for homos, stores, clubs
and organizations. Amesleen
supply Co., "J" St. No. 13-M.
XMAS PRESENT: NICE
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR
DEAR ONES AND FRIENDS.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
JUST COME AND SEE A
LARGE SHIPMENT JUST UN UNPACKED.
PACKED. UNPACKED. "LUM," Tl-152 4TH
OF JULY AVE., PHONE 2-2446.
FOR SALE: Blond RCA
consolotto 21 in. T.V. five
months old. $250.00. House 1550
Apt. I Gavilan Rd.
FOR SALE: New portable
17" M cycle "Sllvertone" TV
with moveable TV table $1300.
5449A Diablo, tel. 2-1865.
Just arrived hundreds of base baseball
ball baseball Gloves, mitts, balls bats,
etc., underwater equipment.
Rubbers for Arbalots guns,
trailers, hitches, tractors and
bumper clamps and Trailers
Calcutta rads, ALBERNATY
SPORTING GOODS. Open till
9:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Boy's and girl's
bike. Call 2-3272 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Blank, and case,
electric train, boy's boxing gloves,
football helmet and shoulder
pads. Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE: Boy's 26" bicycle,
completely reconditioned and
painted, $25. Phono Balboa
1325.
FOR SALE: Largo Lionel train,
3 engines recently overhauled at
factory. Many pieces special e e-quipment.
quipment. e-quipment. Cheap 791-D Tsver Tsver-nilla
nilla Tsver-nilla St., Balboa. Phone 2,3210.
FOR SALIs- Pair of Cocker
Spaniel, black and white, pure
breed; Zenith record player. Tiv Tiv-oli
oli Tiv-oli Ave 21A24, Apt. 7. Phono
2-2011, 8 to 12 and 2 to I.
FOR SALE: English bike. New
tires, very good condition. Call
Cur. 83-6118.
FOR SALE: Mike Turnesa golf
clubs. Excellent condition. Also
set of Lady Burke dubs. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 2201
FOR SALE: Office furniture,
desks, tables, chairs, fans and
flouroscent lamps. Stamper A
Sons Phono: 3-0368.
FOR SALE: Player Piano, Story
fr Clark. Original cost $600. Go Going
ing Going for half of value, $300. At
is and where is. A give away.
46th Street No. 3-140, Apt. S.
FOR SALE: Quonsot huts at
$400 each. Chevrolet Panel and
Statien Wagon. Phone 3-4905
Panama.
XMAS PRESENT: NICE
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR
DEAR .ONES AND FRIENDS.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
JUST COME AND SEE A
LARGE SHIPMENT JUST UN UNPACKED.
PACKED. UNPACKED. "LUM," Tl-152 4TH
OF JULY AVE., PHONE 2-2446.
FBI Alerts Beck
On Possible Kidnap
Trv On His Son
WASHINGTON TW io mv
Dave Beck, nresidpnt nf th. in
ternational Teamsters Union, said
iuuay mat me rm has alerted
him about a possible attempt to
kidnap his son. Da VP Raok Ir
35, of Seattle, Wash.
Upon his arrival her from Se Seattle,
attle, Seattle, Beck was asked about a re report
port report in a Seattle newspaper that
the FB,: warned him an ex-convict
was on his way to the West
Coast to tarry out a kidnap plot.
Beck declined to comment on
the report, but told reporters:
ine rai brought It to my at attention.
tention. attention. You'll have to get your
information from them."
The FBI also declined to com comment
ment comment on the report. It referred
an questions to Beck.
M
of
. . Christmas Store

LEWIS SERVICE
At. TMH Me
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNID03
-Ml Central At.
FARMACIA LUX

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bol Air, Two tone, ws tiro,
radio, powor glido. Excellent
condition. $1690. Navy 3171 (Res.)
Balboa 1500 (office).
FOR SALE: 1955 Rambler au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission air con condition
dition condition continental kit. Phono La.
eona 3155, business 84-3257 S S-Sgt.
Sgt. S-Sgt. Evans.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
Coup, $125. Call Balboa 1840
between 5:30 and 7:10 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebake.
President Hardtop "Skyhawl,"
6000 miles, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, wiw tires, radio, 'etc.
Phono Balboa 1716.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Sacrifice 15' boat
with trailer, excellent condition.
5712-A, Diablo, 2-4131.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTEDi-Urgontfy: A kespi kespi-tal
tal kespi-tal indoor wheelchair, please
phone Panama 3-0085.
WANTED:-WIII the man with
the Webcor Record Player for
$75 please call Ancon 2-6386
again.
Officials Await
Ruling Which Bans
Segregated Buses
MONTfiOlvTli'nv mm
and state officials today awaited
me amvai oi a supreme court de decision
cision decision banning bus segregation in
juvmgvuiery oc iore a u empungt o
circumvent the historic edict.
Putlic Service rnmmltiim
President C. C. Owen said he
would announce "within a few
days" a plan, which will continue
segregation on. Montgomery mo motor
tor motor carriers.
The Citr Commission. Imwpvpp
had no immediate proposal for
seumg arouna me ntgn court or order.
der. order. But it nledeed in rnntinn tha
fight for separation of the races
on me nuses.
;The commission said, "We con
sider the Supreme Court's deci-
sion to be the usurpation of the
power to amend the Constitution.
we have no alternative but to rec
ogntze it."
The commission, however, said
"that is not to say that we will
not continue, through every legal
means at our disposal, to see that
the separation of the races Is con
tinued on the transportation sys
tem of Montgomery."
A Negro bus boycott leader, the
Rev. M. L. King, said he hoped
the city and state "would comply
with the law of the land now that
they've exerted all their legal
means" to maintain segregation.
Owen said he is working on an
order to maintain law and order
and "prevent violence" on the
buses.
French Crewmen For
Suez Salvage Ships
Demanded By Mollel
PARIS, Dec. 19 (UP) Pre
mier Guy Mollet's cabinet today
served notice that French sal salvage
vage salvage ships will help clear the
Suez canal only if they are
manned by French crews.
The announcement was made
after a four-hour Cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting preceding Mollet's scheduled
defense of his mid-Eastern ac action
tion action before the Chamber of Dep Deputies.
uties. Deputies. Sources close to the Foreign
Minister reported that although
France will refuse to turn her
ships over to foreign crews, she
is willing to let her rescue crews
work in the Canal under the
United Nations flag and protec protection.
tion. protection. Wife Gets Divorce
From Vanderbilt
GOODING. Ida.. Dec. 19 fUPV-
Mrs. Jeanne Murray Vanderbilt, 33,
iaie Monaav received a divorce
from multi-millionaire race horse
owner Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt
on grounds of "extreme mental
cruelty."
The decree was granted the
New York socialite by Judge Do Do-ran
ran Do-ran H. Sutphen.
Mrs. Vanderbilt reportedly had
been separated from her 44-year-old
husband since May 9. Her
name hat, been linked romantical romantically
ly romantically with that of Anthony Nutting,
who resigned recently as British
secretary of foreign affairs.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
INVESTORS: W have a limit limited
ed limited amount of stock for sale of
the following companies:
Panama Coca Cola $4.00.
Dry Ice lac. 9.75
Panama Tabacco 11.25
AUERBACH, POLL AK J.
RICHARDSON
Panama 2-0074, Ave. Tlvoli 14.
You simply can't fas the holi holidays
days holidays with those straggly locks,
otter get yourself fixed up.
Gonell's Beauty Shop. Coceli
Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
SKINDIVI for fun or profit,
Largest selection of equipment
aid spare parts in Central A A-meriea.
meriea. A-meriea. See mo before you
divel El Panama Skin Diver-poolsido-
open 9 te 4 every
day.
To Army, Navy and Panama Ca Canal:
nal: Canal: Charlie, the Sewing Machine
repairman asks Kindly to call tel telephone
ephone telephone 2-2682 Panama or 6201
Albrook for repairs. Any make
sewing machine parts available.
Charlie.
Give your teenager a profession professional
al professional pin curl permanent. .quick
inexpensive. Gonell's Beauty
Shop. Coceli Clubhouse, Navy
3812.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Modem offices,
centrally located, to be built to
suit your requirements. on pano panoramic
ramic panoramic roof of Medical Center
Building. Fifth Avenue and Thir Thirtieth
tieth Thirtieth Street, Panama City. Avail Available
able Available office space up te four hun hundred
dred hundred square metera. Mr. Carlos
Juio Quijano, office hours, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-2718.
F6R RENT: Farm, on acre.
Living-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room. $75, Mile 8. Trans -Isthmian
Highway. Information:
Phone Roberto Benedetti 2 2-1078.
1078. 2-1078. Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Best car $700 cash.
Call Albrook 4203.
Student Uprisings,
Wave Of Strikes
In Russia Reported
BERLIN, Dec. 19 (UP) The
West Berlin newspaper "Teie "Teie-graf"
graf" "Teie-graf" said today a wave of
strikes and antt government
demonstrations has nit the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union.
The newspaper said reports of
strikes and workers anti-govern
ment rallies have reached the
West from the Doneb River Bas Basin
in Basin in the Ukraine, from the
Urals and from Moscow.
It said students demonstrated
at the Universities of Mosc6w,
Reval and Vilna. At the Univer University
sity University of Moscow, Soviet Foreign
Minister Dmitri Shepilov wa,s
shouted down and hissed when
he went there to speak against
counter revolutionary tenden
cies, the newspaper Sam.
Other high party officials were
shouted down in meetings at the
Universities of Reval and Vilna,
the newspaper said.
Ektarlna Furtseva, candidate
member of the Communist Par Party
ty Party Politburo, had to be escorted
by police f rom the Moscow Ka Ka-ganovitch
ganovitch Ka-ganovitch ball-bearing factory,
the newspaper said.
Christmas in Macy's:
Love's Wings Singed
NEW YORK, Dec. 19 (UP)
Love came to Lawrence Hooper
and Claudia Biam.o in Macy's de department
partment department store so they d cided to
elope.
But they didn t live happily ever
after.
Hooper. 21. already married
and the father of a four-month
old daughter, was held in $10,000
bail today on a charge of abduc
ting a 17-year-old girl Claudia.
Lawrence and Claudia decided
to disentangle themselvesfrom
the tinsel wrappings and Christ Christmas
mas Christmas rush at the store where they
were temporarily employed Fri Friday,
day, Friday, took a busto Elkton, Md.,
and were married by a justice of
the peace.
Before fleeing on the wings of
love, Claudia had left a note for
her mother, Mrs. Nancy Bianco
announcing her betrothal and ask asking
ing asking her mother's blessing.
The newlyweds hitchhiked back
to New York, happy but broke,
and telephoned Mrs. Bianco who
invited them to dinner
When they arrived Mrs. Bianco
and her husband, Ralph, had in
vited another dinner guest, Detec 1
five Cyril Shortle who arresta
Hooper for abduction and Claudia i
as a wayward minor. 1

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FOR RfcNT
Apartments
ATTENTION, 6. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama I-494U
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Slat Street No. 42. For
further details call 2-1117 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Prom January
first l7. Modern one bod bod-room
room bod-room apartments in buidling
being constructed. "J" street
El Cartgreio. $88.00. Telephone
2-2718. Oixj.no.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, dining room,
spacious kitchen, laundry room,
clothes lines and maid's mom.
Canprejo. Phone 3-4641 Pana-
POR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment independent. House 27-43
street, Bella Vista.
POR RENT: Furnished, three
bedrooms chalet. All conveni conveniences
ences conveniences (garage.) ltt Vie Boli Boli-sarlo
sarlo Boli-sarlo Porres.
FOR RINT: Furnished one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom modem apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Vie Belisarie Perm.
FOR RENT:-2-bedrem apart.
mnt. Hot water, maid's mom.
"L" Street No. 23, second fleer,
El Cangra jo. Phone 2-0487, 3 3-6523.
6523. 3-6523. FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartments: tiring room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, 4th of July Ave. Me. T1-3-52,
facing entrance t Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Inqoiro same build building
ing building It to 12 and 5 t 6 p.m. or
2-2037 anytime.
FOR RINT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, living mom,
dining room, 1 bedrooms, stove
and refrigerator. Bella Vista,
43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely independent.
16th and 50 Paitilla, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Phone 3-1897.
FOR RINT: -Modern apartment
in duplex chalet in El Cangrejo,
completely independent! 3 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, spacious porch and
large kitchen, maid's room with
independent bathroom, laundry
mom and cloth lines, garage,
hot water installation and ether
modem conveniences. Phono 2 2-1109,
1109, 2-1109, Mr. Lopes.
FOR RINT: Ideal apartments
feeing II Panama, furnished or
unfurnished; aim office spaces at
$70. Phone 3-5692.
FOR RENT: Apartment, just
painted, concrete house, living -dining
room, bedroom, kitchen,
yard, $50. "Urbanisacien La
Pradora," racing La Garasftia
furniture factory Phone 3-2796.
FOR RINT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms ane air-conditioned),
living mem, dining
mom, porch, maid's room. Pons
Avenue No. 37-91, upstairs.
FOR RINT: One bedroom a
partment, living-dining room,
spacious kitchen, perch, hot wa water,
ter, water, $65. Gerardo Ortega No. I.
Phono 3-0422.
FOR RINT. A two-bedroom
screened apartment, in new
house. Living-dining room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, kitchen, garage, maid'
mom with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Sentuario
Nacional. $95. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment et "El Cenfrele" near
Panama Hotel. Living-dining
room, bathroom, kitchn, net
water, maid's room ami bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, lovely Jawn. Per inform information
ation information cell 3-479, Panama City-
.
Drug Raid Nets 41
Chicago Teenagers
CHICAGO. Dec. 19 (UP) Police
rounded up 41 persons, most' of
them -juveniles, in a arug ram
Monday night at a teenage hang hangout.
out. hangout. Authorities raided the Delta
Bowl, a barbecue Stand, on' a tip
that marijuana cigarettes were
being sold there. They arrested
John O'Hara. 18, a parolee from
"he state training school for boys
as the apparent dope pusher.
Louis Koloves. 42. owner of the
Delta Bowl and an ex-convict, del
med knowing the marijuana was
being peddled.

Police maintained as vigil, at -thJhe. ct moment 53 years ago

Koloves' telephone and said mbs? "e r suwessfW nesrvier nesrvier-callers
callers nesrvier-callers asked for "Louie" d h" craft reached a height of
then aakerT 12 feet nd under its own
"Is everything cool?" !K,,Wtth WUbur Wm
DetecUve Leo Halley said the controU-
?i'!Sti0n..is ,"ic.tJ1'!ni!0r.3 Iwtead, crowds of dignitaries

the coast clear and is the stun
available?"
Police assured them everything
was cool and picked up 20 youths
'end men as soon as the- dppar i
customers arrived. In addition,
uveniles 16 years old and under
nine of them girls, and a 21-year
old woman were arrested.

FARMACIA EL BATURRO

FARMACIA "SAS"
Via rna 1U
NOVEDADES A THIS
Via EtpaAa Ave.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
jeeter, 4 bedrooms, hot water
fenced. 7th Street, Golf
Heifhts, Phono 2-2407 or 2-3641.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished"
!? drom chalet. 48 St. No.
WR RENT: Punished cholot
Golf Heights. Tel. 3-4244.
poV "-Wreeaa chalet,
f'WHa. 15th Street No. 24 For
'forssMrton aH Curundu 214;.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RINT: Furnished room to
W Icon b.h.mt or Imp.an,
Estudtante Street No. 14-29.
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matic dramatic mornents in Mexico City's bull ring when Chano Ramos,,
a promising novice matador, had a close brush with death. In
top photo, the bull charges just as Ramos attempts a "farol,"
V?1 movelllnt while 'on. hie knees. Ramos was
toeaecl and in center photo he crouches underneath the mad-
n ,ttnd,t rushes to the rescue. In bottom
wi, J2 .anless in center of the ring. He rose
ana Jtiued the bulL Judges awarded him. one of the bull's
ears token of an exceptionally fine performance.

Old Discovery
Al KHfy Hawk
-Fog Beats Planes
y n. stiii unconquerea en en-foy,
foy, en-foy, fog, closed in yrferday to
mar the iUrii annlvAPtsrv rJ trio
first powired flight.
The dense foe. still nanorM'niia
despite a half century M aviation
idvanees, forced cancellation of. a
fly over salute to th ViTrlght
nromers Dy tne Air Force's fast fastest
est fastest jet planes. And wreaths
snipped by air from Dayton, Ohio,
and Washington failed to arrive.
The fog also prevented arrival
oi me principal speaker, vice Ad Admiral
miral Admiral A,' C. Richmond, U.S. Coast
Guard commandant. Richmond
was unable to fly here from Wash
ington and Rear Adro. H. C.
Moore of Norfolk, Va.,' 5th Coast
Guard District eommandant, de delivered
livered delivered his address.
The observance was. to have
featured the flashing and booming
of supersonic F100 Super Sabres
sweeping over the dunes
where; Wilbur and Orville Wright
launched their pickety plane on a
lz-secoha, lzo-ioot fugnt uec. 17,
1903.
The salute was to coincide with
stood in silence in the soupy fog
as wreaths were placed at the
base of the Wright Memorial Mon
ument
. Many oldtime residents of the
lonely Outer Banks, were on n'and
that day, but there are no living
eyewitnesses of the first flight.

MINIMUM
FOR

RESORTS
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
THING?
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOS I INN
Address: San Jose Ian, Saa Jos,
costs Rica.
PfULLIPS Oceansida Cottaoos.
Santa Clara. Bos 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1177. Cristo Cristo-bal
bal Cristo-bal 3-1673.
FOfrirs COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 186C.
tinot Piom
mortis at
furnished apart-
Santa flar.
Telephone Smith, Balboa 368L
Position Offered
WANTID:- T.V. Technician,,
full and part time. Excellent fu fu-for
for fu-for good men. For inter interview
view interview come te U.S. Television,
around the corner of Soars or
Phono 2-4616.
300 Prospeclors
Napping Portuguese
Uranium Discovery
LISBON, Ink. io (Tjp) Pros,
peetors with Beiger counters and
scinhUometers explored 4,000
square i.?iles of rocky hills, around
Guarda in northeastern Portugal
today, plotting the extent of what
may prove to b, Europe's biggest
uranium depositvwest of the Iron
Curtain.
A preliminary sbrvey by air con confirmed
firmed confirmed the presence of a rich lode
of radioactive ore in the Guarda
area, and some 300 prospectors ia
specially-equipped jeeps are pre preparing
paring preparing detailed maps.
Drilling crews are taking sarn sarnies
ies sarnies in some areas, and the Por Portuguese
tuguese Portuguese atomic energy commis commission
sion commission (JEN) hopes- soon to start
mining the ore or. a large scale.
JEN Chairman Jose F. TJIrich,
one of Portugal's leading: engi engineers,
neers, engineers, foresees a bright future for
this country in the development
of atomic power.
"We had no Coal when the
steam age dawned and no oil for
the gasoline age." Ulrich said in
an interview. "With the atomic
age, we may be coming into our
own."
He said the JEN hones to set un
an atomic research laboratory and
a puoi power plant within two
years, ano to have a 1,000-kilowatt
power plant in regulai operation
by 1985.
Particle accelerators for the
oratory have been nurcl
from the High Voltage Engiti
ing Jorp. cf Boston, and Ph
Wectrit, a Dutch firm. The United
States contributed some 55,000 re

ports and articles as the nucleus
for an atomic research library.
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WfHimMr NEWSPAPER
An inutrcNUCNi CSS:

Manama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country u safe' Abraham Lincoln.

CHECKS TOTALING NEARLY $700 were passed out to this group of Panama Canal employes this week by Gov. W. E.
Potter for employe suggestions which have been adopted and for outstanding service. Attending the ceremony were heads
of the various Canal units whose employes received rcognltlon.

Contributions Fall Short Of Money
For 2000 Xmas Baskets For Colon

A total of $1,223.52 has been
contributed to the Annual
Christmas basket fund sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Atlantic Religious
Workers council. This amount
falls far short of the amount
needed to feed 2,000 families
this year. A final urgent appeal
is being made so that none of
the families will go hungry this
year on Christmas Day.
The following ten cases are
iome of the many requests to
care for the needy in Colon and
Its environs.
Case No. 1. Husband, wife and
four children. Husband sick for
past six months, four of which
were spent in hospital. Recently
released from hospital but na nature
ture nature of sickness makes it neces necessary
sary necessary for him to remain at home
for another two months.
Case No. 2. Breadwinner lost
his job. Family of nine living in
two rooms,
Case No. 3. Husband wife and
five children, all young. Husband
works two days per week. Aver Average
age Average weekly income $6 rent
mounting.
Case No. 4. Aged lady. No one
.to care for her absolutely
destitute.
Case No. 5. Aged gentleman
lost one leg penniless.
Case No. 6. Husband, wife and
six children. Husband bus driv driver.
er. driver. His bus taken off the road by

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the law. No prospect of new em employment,
ployment, employment, hunger and privation.
Case No. 7. Husband and wife
aged. Pension $27 per month.
Rent $25 per month.
Case No. 8. Two aged ladles.
Dispossessed. Church secured
and pay for living quarters at
Salvation Army Home at nomi nominal
nal nominal rate. Food and clothing nec necessary.
essary. necessary. Livelihood begging.
Case No. 9. Thrifty young
woman saved $600. Fell sick
June last. All savings used In
effort to secure medical treat treatment
ment treatment for nervous breakdown.
Still ill. penniless and destitute.
Case No. 10. Wife died last
week leaving nine children. Fa Father
ther Father of children not employed,
and children entirely dependent.
Hunger and privation.
A partial list of recent conr
tributors include;
Panama Agencies $ 40

Rev. and Mrs. Ellis o
Christian Mission of Pan Panama
ama Panama 5
Gatun O. E. S. 10
Church of God 8

Salem Mission 6

Customs Office 20

Andrews and CO. 28

French Line 10

Fenton and Co 10

Christ Church by-the-Sea 32

Gatun Yacht Club 15

Mt. Sheba Baptist Church 10

Housing Division 8
Scott and Scott 5

Margarita Schools 41

Thomas Allen Memorial .. 6

Print Shop 23

First isthmian Baptist

Church . 25

Plymouth Brethren 5
Royal Netherlands S S. Co. 40

Four Square Gospel church
of Rainbow City
Seventh Dav Adventist 3rd

St.. 20

Water, and Laboratory Dl-

vion 11
Rainbow City High School 10
First Baptist Church 194

Housing and Grounds Di

vision ., 22
Maintenance Division .... 35
Eyrie Lodge 5
National City Bank 10

Cristobal Colon Rotary

Club ;.. 150

Send contributions to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Religious Workers Coun Council,
cil, Council, Box 5096, Cristobal, Canal
Zone.

Murder Charae Filed

In 'Case 01 The
Wealthy Widows'

EASTBOURNE, Eng. Dec. 19

,'UP) A 57-year-old doctor was

charged with tne murder or an

81-year-old woman today in

what promised to be the open open-in
in open-in of the most sensational trial

in British Criminal history the

"case of the wealthy widows."
Dr. John Bodkin Adams, well-to-do,
Irish-born physician in

this famed south coast resort

town, was charged with the
murder of Mrs. Edith Alice Mor Mor-rell
rell Mor-rell in November, 1950. He will

appear in an Eastbourne court

tomorrow.
The murder charge climaxed
one of the most painstaking
murder investigations in scbt scbt-land
land scbt-land Yard history, and foreshad foreshadowed
owed foreshadowed even more sensational de developments
velopments developments to come.

New US Information
Officer Arrives
Here On Saturday

FBI Moves In

On $1 Million

Oil Map Theft

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1MK

FTVt CENT

Systems
To Win

Accountant Is Fourth PCer
Distinguished Service Award

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Weather Or Not
This weather report lor the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, li pre prepared
pared prepared by th Meteorological and)
Hydrographie Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:

BALBOA CRISTOBAL

TEMPERATRE:

High
Low i

HUMIDITY!
High

Low

14
72
96
71

(5
71

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WIND:

max. mph) . NW5

RAIN inche) .35

WATIR TIMP.:

(inner harbors)

THURSDAY,
HIGH
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12

Lee Ringer, above, former
president of Ringer and Associ Associates,
ates, Associates, Inc., will arrive in Panama
Saturday to assume the duties
of Information officer with the
U.S. Information Service.

Ringer, who was born June 16,
1911, in Altoona, pa., is a grad graduate
uate graduate of the University of Califor California
nia California at Los Angeles, where he
served as business manager of
the school newspaper and presi president
dent president of Alpha Delta Sigma, an
honorary advertising fraternity.
Since 1932 he has owned and
managed Ringer and Associates,
Inc., an advertising and public
relations agency in Los Angeles.
Prom 19421946 Ringer served
as Public information Officer in
the U.S. Navy, with the rank of
lieutenant commander. His hob hobbies
bies hobbies include photography and
tennis, A son, Gerald J. Ringer,
is a co-pilot with United Alr Alr-llrtes.
llrtes. Alr-llrtes. Ringer replaces W. Preston
Rambo, who recently was trans

ferred to Washington after a
two-year assignment with USIS
in Panama.

Those who soy you can't take
It with you never saw the car
pocked for a vacation trip. twa9

NEW YORK, Dec. 19-(UP)
The FBI moved in today on em employes
ployes employes of the Gulf Oil Co. sus suspected
pected suspected of stealing $1 million
worth of secret oil survey maps.
Four men, including a Texas
promoter and a convicted extor extortionist,
tionist, extortionist, were arrested here yes yesterday
terday yesterday on Federal charges of
transporting stolen property a a-cross
cross a-cross state lines.
Some of the maps, showing
possible oil deposits in the
Southwest, Canada and the
Middle East, were sold and
others were used for specula speculative
tive speculative drilling operations by the
combine, the FBI said.
The maps were reported to
have been stolen from the Gulf
Oil Co. offices in Pittsburgh by
an employe who became deeply
in debt to New York racketeers
from gambling losses.

The names of the employe and
other Gulf personnel suspected
of being involved in the thefts
were not revealed. The FBI said
they would be released later.
One of the men arrested
here was Emmanuel Lester, 32,
who ;s in city prison awaiting
sentence lor attempting to ex extort
tort extort $53,000 from financier
Serge Rubinstein before Ru Rubinstein
binstein Rubinstein was murdered in his
lavish Fifth Ave. home.
Another under arrest Is Col.

Odie Seagraves, a one-time as

sociate of Rubinstein and an on
promoter who is reported to

have made millions In oil oper operations
ations operations in the 1920's. He has
homes in New York, Havana and
Houston. Seagraves denied be being
ing being Involved in the thefts.

Also arrested were Edward

Lieberman, 30, president of the
U.8. Tackless Corp. and a broth

er of Lester, and John Marvin
Leivia, 34, of Orange, Tex. a
geologist.
Seagraves and Lieberman were
released under $5,000 bond after
their arraignment. Leivia was
released in his own custody.
It Worked, Too
DETROIT, Dec. 19 (UP) -Hans
J. Stein, 45, toFd a traffic referee
he was "frightened" into speeding
by a motorcycle policeman who
drew up alongside and glanced in into
to into the car. Referee John Carney
imposed a suspended sentence,
saying, "at least this' alibi is origi original."

Paramount With The Circuilo National

DECEMBER 20
LOW

9' H ia

Mario GHto, Manager of Paramount Films of Panama
advises: "Paramount has invested the largest sum of money
In its history and' its entire resources of talents, energy,
and showmanship to the creation of important pictures of
the highest artistic and entertainment levels.
"Among these pictures are THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO
MUCH, THE MOUNTAIN, WAR ft PEACE, and THE TEN
COMMANDMENTS, the mpst expensive production ever
filmed exceeding thirteen and a half million dollars."
Pancho Fabrega, General Manager of the Circuit Cen Central,
tral, Central, states: "Paramount's outstanding productions will as assure
sure assure us of year of unprecedented success and will con confirm,
firm, confirm, once again, the Central theatre's justified claim to

be the 'showcase of hits, or art, and good taste'."

Oliver L. Riesch, systems ac

countant in the office of the
P.C. Comptroller this week be became
came became the fourth canal employe
to receive the distinguished serv service
ice service award of the canal organi

zation.
At the same time Mrs. Muriel

H. de Young, accounting clerk

in the Accounting Division was
presented the superior service
award and 17 other employes re

ceived cash awards for suggest suggested
ed suggested improvements under the In Incentive
centive Incentive Award Program.

The awards, together with a
check for $300 to Riesch and a
check for $100 to Mrs. De -Young
were presented person personally
ally personally by Gov. Potter at Balboa
Heights. Attending the cere ceremony
mony ceremony were the various bureau
directors of the employes re receiving
ceiving receiving the awards, and John
D. Hollen, chairman of the In Incentive
centive Incentive Awards Committee.
Riesch was sriven the highest

award of the canal organization
for his work in devising and im

plementing a completely new
payroll processing system which

achieves better results- at mate materially
rially materially reduced cost.
A native of Menomomee Falls,
Wis., he has been employed with
(he Canal organization since
1942 and has been with the Of Office
fice Office of the Comptroller since

1952.

Mrs. De Youna- received the

suDerlor service citation for su

perior service In scheduling and

simerv s ntr of the increase", typ

in work caused bv the .closing

out of nlant accounts.

Her superior service citation

read in part as follows:

"It, rras been notea mat wiui

out your outstanding qualities

of natience. competence, accur

acv and drive, the deadline for

the completion of this work
mlpht well have been exceeHed."

During the ceremony, rot rotter
ter rotter also conrratulated and
presented checks to 17 other
Canal employes who had won
cash incentive award ranging

from $10 to 25 for their em em-nlove
nlove em-nlove sueeestions.

The names of the emnloves

and the amount of the awards
which were given follow:
Russell A. Weade, towing loco locomotive
motive locomotive operator, Locks Division,
$25.
James E. Lord, foreman In the
Housing and Grounds Division,
Mrs. Louise E. Griffon, secreta secretary,
ry, secretary, Coco Solo Hospital: and Mrs.
Annette F. Fields, medical tech technician
nician technician at Gorgas Hospitals, $20
Erald L. Durant, clerk In the
Commissary Division; Clarence
W. Kllbey, assistant to the gen general
eral general manager of the Service Cen Center
ter Center Division; Miss Catherine M.
Ott, clerk, storehouse Division;
Dave E. White, foreman, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Division; Kenneth O O-Blackman,
Blackman, O-Blackman, clerk in the Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Division; Stephen A. Bis Bis-sell,
sell, Bis-sell, accounting assistant, Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division; Mrs. Doro Dorothea
thea Dorothea F. McNall, mall clerk; Pay Pay-orll
orll Pay-orll Branch; Mrs. Genevieve K.
Field, clerk-typist, Admeasurer's
Office; Fred E. Wells, steamship
ticket agent, Administrative
Branch; George Vleto, passen passenger
ger passenger traffic officer, Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Branch; and Russel T.
Wise safety engineer, Safety
Branch, $15 each-
Irvln E. Krapfl, lead foreman,
Marine Bunkering Section, $10.
Irish Govt. Fears
Rebef Army May
Step Up Activity

BELFAST Northern Ireland

Dec. 19 (UP) Government autho

rities feared today that the Irish

Republican Army plans to step up
underground activity in England

in its battle against British rule

of Northern Ireland.

Police in Birmingham, Eng., ar

rested two Irishmen after finding
explosives hidden in their homes.
Police in Liverpool, Manchester,
London and other major cities

have been alerted to, possible vio
lence.

Extremists raked a Northern

Ireland police patrol with ma

chinegun fire Monday night just
five miles from the country home

of Premier Lord Brookeborough.
One policeman was wounded.
Cake Fee-d
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 19

(UP) A man who wanted to

mail a cake to Venezuela was told

he would have to pay $6 in post postage
age postage fees and fill out several cus customs
toms customs forms. Deckling it wasn't

worth the trouble, he cut the cake

ared it with post-

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EARLY XMAS PARTY The American Legion Auxiliary Unit No 1 started off the holiday
season early with their monthly Hospital Party at Gorgas. Party started off with' bingo, cake,
punch and presents, and wound up decorating the recreation room.

Young Mother Abandons Kids Rather Than Face them

Without Heat. Light, Empty Stockings On Xmas Morn

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec 19

(UP) A sad young mother wait

ed in jail today to be reeurned to
the three children she abandoned

in New York rather than confront

them with empty stocking on

Christmas morning.

"I wasn't able to take car of

the kids I couldn't provide a San Santa
ta Santa Claus," thin, brown-haired Mrs.
Irene Pierce, 23, sobbed to police
after her arrest in a hotel Mon Monday
day Monday night.
She was separated from her
musieian husband some time ago,
she told Policewoman Alma Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. She- left Victor, 5, Sandra, 3,
and James, three months, on a
bench in New York's bustlin?
Grand Central Terminal last Fri Fri-day.
day. Fri-day. Mrs. Pierce said she would
rather lose her children than face
the prpspect of a bleak Christmas
morning, possibly without lights
and electricity,' in her relief proj project
ect project apartment at Waterbury, Conn.
Victor had pleaded for a pair of
roller skates for Christmas. Little

Sandra "was expecting a red wag wagon"
on" wagon" from Santa.- But she was un

able to buy the presents with the

$20 meal ticket she receivd from

the city each week.
Mrs. Pierce, grey eyed, and

dressed in slacks, a sweater and a

tween coat, said the city paid her

rent in the relief project and had
also promised to pay her electric
bill, which was six months past
due. But she said the bill was not

yet paid and the power company

threatened to turn off her electri electricity
city electricity "any day."

She could have got a $35 a week

job as a waitress, she said, but

it would have cost $15 a week to
have the children cared for while

she worked.

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