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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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DEC 26 195

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Mama American
"Lei the people know the truth and the rountry U $afe" 4braham Lincoln.
S2ad TEAS
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, ltM
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No Profiteering, 'Or

Ernestito Warns Merchants
Not To Gouge After Dec 31

President Ernesto de 1 Guardia Jr. last night .called
who will lose their amunissary and free-entry privileges on
nmhlami fi Panamanians."

Mr de la Guardia also called on Pa nama Businessmen to display "this same
feeline and this same understanding of national interests" in dealing with the pros-

pect of supplying goods and services ior tnose wno wiu no longer oe aoie to ouy
commissary goods after the first of year.
The Panamanian President spoke for 40 minutes at the Panares Chamber of
Commerce building before a grdup of businessnjisri and merchants hejjad invited to
hear his views on the economic effects of the posing of the one -tpimissaries to
emolotes who live in Panamanian territory.

employe
He warned the assembled busi businessmen,
nessmen, businessmen, in a speech broadcast
o national radio hOOKUD,
aalnst oroflteerlng. as a result
of "the return to Panamanian
economy of over 50,000 consum consumers
ers consumers of goods and services," and
declared:
The government will not
hesitate to adopt the measures
necessary to uncover any
course which tends to heard
food and other consumer
The Panamanian chief execu executive
tive executive said the understandable
far nf those canal Zone em
ployes who will soon have tb do
all their snopping in ri
stores that prices of consumer
goods will become overinflated
"should be allayed both by mer merchants,
chants, merchants, industrialists and the
government."
Be went on to afffrm that
the government waulfl act im immediately
mediately immediately to authorise- its offi official
cial official agencies to buy and dis distribute
tribute distribute goods at fair market
rices if any sort of price spe speculation
culation speculation on the part of mer mer-chants
chants mer-chants should be discovered.
Mr. de la Guardia also refer refer-vh
vh refer-vh in thw wM&tionallsm dis
played by sortie newstwfeV and
radio news reporters
ing the measures bein
. Ji l 1-1... 4f
radio news reporters in report
in the measures being adopted
by his administration.
He said the press has reported
in detail the number of govern government
ment government employes who may lose
their Jobs but has made no ef effort
fort effort to emphasize that ?0,000
government employes will re remain
main remain on the government pay payroll,
roll, payroll, nor the number of govern government
ment government plans to foment public
works and to stimulate private
activities "so that new loos will
absorb not onlv those who are
presently unemployed but also
those who were unemployed be
Mogic Touch
DETROIT, Dee. 20 (UP.) -Wal
ter H. Hobbs was fined $10 Tues
day for ramming Charles Shep
herd's car in the rear despite i
plea from Shepherd in his de defense.
fense. defense. Shepherd said his car had
been running better than it ever
did since Hobbs rammed it.

Que Pasa?; Aint No Snow; But it Looks
Zone Puts Out Deer, Dresses Palm, Sets

The deer have come down
from the mountain.
But this time they have start started
ed started no arguments between pro pro-deer
deer pro-deer and anti-deer residents of
communities at the base of An An-con
con An-con hife.
Right now, everybody is pro-
The answer is easy.
These deer are longer an-
tlered and more affluent than
the nibbling local deer. In Instead
stead Instead of gobbling up lilly pads
and trampling begonias, they
bring a little something for
everybody.
One of the most handsome
teams of deer to be seen at Lati Latitude
tude Latitude Nine, is the one that pull
ed up on the lawn of Gorgas
Hospital.
Another is leaping across tne
front of the Civil Affairs build
ing where it's been w
a big lighted display.
SMWi mufws m
staffing
Jays to
CHRISTMAS

Else' .

fore this administration start started."
ed." started." He admitted that although the
application of Article XII of the
new Panama-US. treat limit limiting
ing limiting commissary sales t& canal
Zone and U.S. citizen govern government
ment government employes would bring a a-bout
bout a-bout an increase in Panama's
commercial activity, in jobs and
in tax revenue, it could also
bring about complications.
"These advantages could en engender
gender engender repercussions capable
of limiting to the extent of
cutting down the benefits or
complicating them in such a
way as to make them illusory.
"If this expansion of the
market is not accompanied by
an increase in production, an
adequate supply of goods and
services... an excessive increase
in imports win De produced
which will drain our monetary
capital or bring about a . rise
in price, with the consequent
drop of buying power among
consumers, the Increase in the
cast of living and a succession
of socio-economic disorders of
unimaginable conoecuences," the
rresiaent saia.
Hf "Notedly in
its initial phase He compli compliance
ance compliance with the MM treaty will
have depressing effects on the
VAC f A
rWvi
Then Libeled Again
'n Cristobal Port
The coastal vessel Gobeledor
was discharged yesterday from
an admiralty libel filed early
this month by a firm of Peru
vian shipping agents. But before
the craft could weigh anchor in
unswoai Harbor it was Jibeled
again this t Km e for crew's
wages.
Yesterday's complainant was
Aurelio Marina, first engineer
suing on his own behalf and
that of 10 other crew members,
who are seeking wages amount amounting
ing amounting to $4,000.
The libellants were represent represented
ed represented by Colon attorney 8. T. Fran Fran-kel,
kel, Fran-kel, and by De Castro Robles of
Panama Ctiy.
The first libel of the ship was
settled out of court, hence the
vessel was discharged.
Santa Claus the old man of
the Arctic looks Jolly and com-
fortably loaded in the sleighs
these deer have been drawing.
He's broken out all over the
Canal Zone and Panama. Andi
the people have sallied forth to,
wwcume mm.
Canal Zone police led, the field
witn a Santa, a sleigh and color-
ea ngnts to wish everyone a
happy holiday outside the toils
of the law.
Every church Is decorated.
Two of the most conspicuous
displays are annual sights on
Balboa Road: the large outdoor
creche at the Lutheran Church
and the bigger-than-ltfe bibli biblical
cal biblical figures on the lawn of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Church. They set the
spirit.
A heartwarming sight for
longtime Zonians Is the bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly lighted "pyramid palm"
in front of Balboa Railroad
station. H's been dressed ev every
ery every year for the last 15 or so.
At this international Isthmus
the good wishes being bandied
about are not confined to "Mer "Merry
ry "Merry Christmas" or "Felices Pas Pas-cuas.'
cuas.' Pas-cuas.' At the Balboa YMCA, restau restaurant
rant restaurant manager Harry Chan has
posted the sentiments of the
season in Chinese, and In the
language of Hawaii where he
was born. The Hawaiian reads
"Mele Kallki Maka" and "Han "Hanoi!
oi! "Hanoi! Makahikl Hou
And the decorations swing far
and wide from the traditional
Latin figures for manger cribs
or the tinsel Americans like to
drape over a Maine spruce tree,
one newcomer m Isthmian I

on Canal Zone employes
Dec. 81 to wlook at their

economy of that sector of the
Panamanian community (Ca (Canal
nal (Canal Zone employes), because
the prices on our market of
the items they consume are
generally h'gher than those fn
the commercial establishments
of the Canal Zone."
He save as one of the reasons
for this the premise that the
commissaries are a monopoly,
the sole vendor to a multitude
of customers who are forced to
buy its merchandise.
On the other hand Mr. de M
Guaadia assured Panamanian
employes of the Canal Zone that
tne government will do every
thing in. its power to obtain "1
progressive increase in wages'
for them from, the U.S. govern government.
ment. government. Mr. de la Guardia is scheduled
to delivgr another nationwide
address tomorrow night with a
Christmas greeting to the people
and a resume of the prospects
for the new year, pf,
Eisenhower, Nehru
Issue Communique
After 4-Day Parley
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30 (UP)
President Elsenhower and Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of
India said today their "full and
rran k talks, confirmed a broad
area of agreement" aboult world
prooiems.
In a joint communique Issued
by the White House as Nehru
left for New York at the end of
his four-day state visit here, the
two leaders predicted that their
meeting of minds will speed a a-chieveinents
chieveinents a-chieveinents of "peaceful and
friendly relations among all na nations
tions nations of the world."
"The Prime Minister and the
President are convinced that the
greater understanding of their
respfguve policies reached at
tnese talks will facilitate the
constant efforts of India and
the United States towards the
achievement of peaceful and
friendly intercourse among na nations
tions nations in accordance with the
principles of the United Na
tions," the communique said.
folklore is the Swedish yule ram.
He's a frisky straw animal
built around a wooden frame,
Folk tales have It that he is one
of a pair of rams who drew the
chariot of the thunder god.
Thar, in Norwegian mythology
of pre-Christian aays.

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LT GEN. WILLIAM K. HARRISON congratulates the Balboa High School ROTC fctaf 1 after a farewell review held In his hon honor
or honor this week. Left to right: Cadet Capt. Suzan Potter, Cadet Lt. Marie Girard, Cadet Ma. Joe Pustls, Gen. Harrison, Cadet Lt.

Eden

President Lines
Enters High Bid
rAr ee Panama'
r Vl roiiailia
The Panama flagship of
the Panama Line will carry
a new houseflag soon if the
American President Lines' of offer
fer offer of $5,704,000 is approved by
the board of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co.
The President Lines bid o o-pened
pened o-pened yesterday in Washing Washington
ton Washington was $1,427,000 higher than
that of the next hghest re received
ceived received by the U. S. Maritime
Commission. The second b i d
came from the Grace Line.
The company had set a ml ml-n
n ml-n urn urn of $3,200,000 for the
ship. It had offered to either
sell or lease the vessel. But no
would-be-charterers appeared.
Directors will be circularis circularised
ed circularised Immediately, and the deal
may he elosed before the Jan Jan-nuary
nuary Jan-nuary board meeting.
Decision to sell the Panama
followed the withdrawal of
congissary privileges as pro provided
vided provided by the treaty.
The Anton and the Cristobal
will maintain weekly sailings.
Challenge Delays
la Boca Council
Installation
The histsltstiim of officers of
La Boca Civic Council which had
been scheduled for tonight
been postponed in order to avoid
siring before their guests satiable
provoked by some dissatisfied
councilmen, it was revealed to today.
day. today. The validity of the elections at
which Chrostopher K. Haywood
was elected to preside over the
council is being challenged by
councilman Herbert L. Soley, who
is being challenged by council-
man Herbert L. Soley, who Is said
to nave had taken active part in
the election but later to have claim
ed it was unconstitutional.
Other members elected to office
hi the La Boca council are: C. A.
mun. vie? preform; n. wio
ron,
er.
secretary; F. Reece, treasur
The installation, which was to
have been presided over by Al Alfred
fred Alfred E. Osborne with Judge Guth Guthrie
rie Guthrie E. Crowe as installing master
had been scheduled for tonight in
the La Boca study hall.
Christmas-y;
Yule Themes
Now he's a reputable Christ
mas animal.
With most of the public deco
rations in place, shoppers are
still lugging home their per personal
sonal personal trees, wrapping last min minute
ute minute gifts, and getting that fi final
nal final card in the postal slot.

Denies

Join Air Force Reserve Today;

Ya Have Limited PX Use

Air Force Reserve personnel
who take "inactive duty" train training
ing training at air bases will in the fu
ture be entitled to limited post
exchange privileges on their
training days.
This information was gLven to
reserves In a Caribbean Air Com Command
mand Command circular dated Dec. 12.
For' the last couple of years. It
is understood, reserve personnel
have been permitted to make
purchases in the post exchange
only during the two-wee period
each year when they come on
the base to serve a period of
"active duty" training and re refresher
fresher refresher work.
It was emphasized in the cir circular
cular circular that reserves will be per
mitted to purchase only from a
limited list of articles and only
in limited amounts. Abuse will
result In the loss of privileges.
One reserve said that he un understood
derstood understood the limitation as to a a-mount
mount a-mount to mean that he could
buy single Items in the unit sizes
In whlth they are customarllv
sold, but could not "stock up
or buv by the case or carton.
The regulations says that while
the ah reserves are on extended
duty, actlve,duty for training, or
inactive duty training they will
be entitled to purchase "neces "necessary
sary "necessary articles of uniform, cloth cloth-irut.
irut. cloth-irut. accoutrements And eouln-
ment in such Quantities as would
But Curfew Sounded
LONDON. Dec. 20 (UP)-Tne
director ofctft Royal Phiiharmon
ic Orchestra sid today he cut
chort a Hungarian refugee bene bene-iit
iit bene-iit conceri last night because Lou Lou-i?
i? Lou-i? Armstrong's show-stopping per
iormance.
formance, bid turned it inw a
shambles."
Norman Del Mar rang down the
curtain on the concert at Festival
Jiall on an Audience whose sUrop-
ing, clapping and cheering for
'Satchmo" made it impossible
for anyone to be heard. The jazz
trumpeter's performance had run
45 minutes overtime.
Armstrong wis Quit willing to
give the audience another encor?
but when he" started for the stage
impresario S.A. Gorlinsky inter
fered.
He toreHhe horn out of my
hand," Armstrong said. "He said
it was too late." The American
musician Wis inclined to agree the
promoter was right.
"The pfqiessor (Del Mar)
shoulda stopped them cats shout shout-in'
in' shout-in' he said. "He shoulda played
'God Save 'PS Queen' or some
thin'."
After the concert. Armstrong
went to a party given by the Hon
Gerald Lasceues, a jazz uwum
cousin of Queen Elizabeth. Other
guests included Sir Laurence Oliv Olivier,
ier, Olivier, Vivien h and Hollywood
director Jormjwston.
"SatchimV" Had a good word for
his London admirers.
"You c at i are sharp as
needles," he said. "This snow was
just like we used to do it in the
parks in New Orleans."

" 1 1 y 1 1

be required immediately when

called to active duty."
One reserve estimated he
would be able to use the PX for
about 39 days a year. Besides the
15-day period In active duty, he
also takes 24 days inactive duty
training.
foe Took the Dress,
But Intended to Pay
'jferf Court's Told
A woman who admitted put putting
ting putting a gray dress, size 10. in the
top of a bag and taking It from
the ladles wear section at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Commissary to tie lockers
outside the section was found
guilty of petit larceny lesterday.
The dress was valued at $4.95.
Mrs. Hilda Crooks McGuin McGuin-ness,
ness, McGuin-ness, 32, Pansrtaan'an, gave
immediate notice of appeal.
She told the court she did not
intend to cawy the dress away
without naftnr for it.
She was represented in Balboa
Magistrate's Court by Attorney
CDariesE. Ramirez.
Testkfconv ws heard on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Ifteh Jge John E. Dem Dem-lm?
lm? Dem-lm? took the 'case under advise
ment until Tuesday. It was con con-tinped
tinped con-tinped untn yesterday at tne
defendant's Request.
The section cashier told the
omit ch ikw Mrs McGuinness
put the dress in the bag ljd
leave the section. The cashier
anMrfrntfaWltKT irumasr wV
testified she emMM4nd-
ant with the dresa,at tne iock-
The section manager added
that tbe defendant cried and
said she "d'dnt know wnj sne
h.H dnn it" and "My hus
band w'H kiU me if he finds
out."
t. nnllceman testified that
fur hm was called the defend
ant said she didn't gnow wny
She did it and asked repeatedly
to be allowed to pay for the
dress. She told him she had $50
in her pocket.
She cried again during her
testimony.
Her attorney argued that his
client had not 'taken the )ress
outside the commissary, hence
could not be found gulhy
larceny.
Judge Demins held, however,
that "asporatlon" had been
eieariv nroven. it's a legal 'term
which means taking into bpe's
possession and exercising control
over ari oblect.
Mrs. McGuiness posted $50 ap appeal
peal appeal bond.
$00 Lbs. Of Iron
Rates $15 Fine
Theft of 600 lbs. of scraoiron
valued at $15 brought a $15 fine
in Balboa Magistrate's uoun
yesterday for Eloy Navarro, 44
Panamanian.
He pleaded guilty to taking
the scran last Sunday from a
spot near Madden Dam.
Marcelo Aueusto Rios, 35
Panamanian, accused with Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, pleaded not guilty of the
offense ana was so iouna.

Collusion

Says There Was
No Anti-Egyptian

Deal With Israel

LONDON. Dc, 20 (UP1

Eden today emphatically denied as "untrue" reports of
British collusion with Israel in the Suez crisis.

tden, dealing in the House of Commons with accusa accusations
tions accusations of collusion with Israel, said:
"To say that Her Majesty's government was engaged
in some dishonorable activity is completely untrue and I
must emphatically deny it."
The Prime Minister said foreign secretary Selwyn
Lloyd had denied the charge of collusion on Oct. 31
It seemed, he said, that the charge had been altered
and that the Britilh government had been asked to prove
it had no foreknowledge of the Israeli attack against
Egypt, which preceded the Anglo-French invasion by a few
days. 7

"The extent of our knowledge
has been repeatedly stated to
this House," Eden said.
"There were certainly a num
ber Of indications nf an lnei-fiuu
ingly dittgerous situation, parti
cularly rag we thought be
tween Israel and Jordan. ?
'We warned the Israeli rnv-
ernment of the consequences of
an attack on Jordan. We gave a
number of other warnings, In
cluding a general warning."
Then he concluded his re
marks with the denial of a 'dJ$i
nonoraDie conspiracy.
Eden's comments were made
during a debate of the nost-
Suez economic crisis in prltain.
A second and stronper de demand
mand demand in Parliament for the
removal of United Nations
Suet Carnal clearer V.S Gen.
Raymond wheeler also faced
Eden.
Like the first motion, this one
was filed by one of the Prime
Minister's rebellious and discon discontented
tented discontented Conservative backers, Sir
Peter Roberts. It urges Eden to
use his influence to have the re retired
tired retired American general removed
from his post "in view of the dil dilatory
atory dilatory and Ineffective way In
which he is setting about his du duties."
ties." duties." The first motion, tabled by
Geoffrey Hirst, called on the
House to vote no confidence In
Wheeler.
Right wino Conservatives
are particular! anaered by
Wheeler's reported insistence
that British and French salv salvage
age salvage crews be removed from
their ships and replaced if he
Epyvtian government inriMs
on this before the shins get to
work clearing the canal.
Eden's government, while voic voicing
ing voicing concern over the slow prog progress
ress progress towards agreement on Ca Canal
nal Canal clearance, will hot support
the motion, political observers
"-But Socialists have tacked a a-mendments
mendments a-mendments tq the motions
changing them Into expressions
of confidence In the UJ. and
Gen. Wheeler, which could cause
trouble In the House if no com compromise
promise compromise is reached.
CZ Employes Urged i
To Send In B?Ns
For Insurance Boarf
All Canal employes who have
not done so have been urged to
send in their ballots for members
of the Group Health Insurance
Board who are being elected by
employes.
Members of the Board who have
been appointed to serve held their
first meeting Wednesday night to
count ballots, receive and make
plans for tallying the votes receiv received.
ed. received. The. closing date for receiving
ballots In Friday and all those
received or In the mail by that
time will be counted. An endeav endeavor
or endeavor is being made to get a Urge
vote since members elected will
h Mrvtntf for the emoloves who
join the group life Insurance plan.

P rime Minister ir Anthnnu

Egypt Frame,
Britain Postpone
Hostage Exchanges
CAIRO, Dec. 20 (UP) Egypt
PfPned an exchange of pfis-
S y'ih ,France d Braln
scheduled for today an Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian government official an announced.
nounced. announced. The official said the exchange
was postponed "because we ha A
been informed that the Frenci
have deported six Egyptian of
fleers and 150 soldiers.
Reports earlier that
and British were plannin to take
Egyptian hostages with theft
when they depart have not been
confirmed here.
According to one report the
French allegedly bundled an E E-gyptlan
gyptlan E-gyptlan woman and seven other
prisoners aboard the troopsaa
Pasteur two days ago.
The reports said Britain would
hold 'Civil and military prisonpH
as reprisal for the kidnapping
of 26-year-old British Lt A, S.
Moorhouse In Port Said over
week agb.
Postal Schedules
During Holidays;
Not Open on Xmas
The holiday schedules for Canal
Zone post offices during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and New Years holidays have
been announced by E. F. Unruh,
Director of Posts.
On Christmas Eye all post of offices,
fices, offices, branches and units public
service windows will remain H
for the sale of stamps and delive delivery
ry delivery of mail until ndon. During the
day all incoming and outgoing mail
will be worked No work wfiQ be
performed in the post offices on
Christmas Day.
Normal workday schedules will
be maintained on New Year's Eve.
December 31. but post offices will
be on a Sunday schedufe on New
Year's Day.
Library To Close
ror Holidays
The maih Canal Zone Library
In the Civil Affairs Bulldink
and sll library branches a til
deposit stations will be closed
over the Chjistmas holidays
from noon Saturday until Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday mornimi, It has been an announced.
nounced. announced. During the New Year's week
end, howeveb, the main library
ane
Deri
id all branches will remain o o-n
n o-n on Monday. Dec. 31 and wife

be" closed only on New Yearn-.

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LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL TEACHERS

Sir:

I do hope, dear reader, that you were Interested in the first

:part of my story about the plight of teachers of the Canal Zone
Latin American Schools. As I ended my story in Part One, I
.closed by saying that the bad condition in the Latin American

sools is one which our civic councils end governor ougnt to

te a serious look into.

Now to continue with the second part of my story, I will

tin by sayinng that many of us have seen the miraculous

-achievement made m omy tnree years in ine Latin American

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' th. ,.nn hnn nr In rtiiK It. ftnm.hAr vjtv rilnne nf ah 9 vrrv

Their proven devotion to duty, their value as conscientious

wnrieri. neir n in nninee ui ccuciiinir skiu ana meir u u cs-

-ttonable mastery of good teaching methods now are factors that
can easily be brushed aside because they have served the pur purpose
pose purpose of the Schools Division well, and conveniently, in weath weathering
ering weathering the storm of criticism and in bringing the Latin American
Schools successfully through the Spanish conversion program;
and now there is no more need for them.
Now that it is proposed to pay teachers a more equitable
salary, It seems right and just to dispose of those who labor labored
ed labored through the years, hard and long to build up high stand standards
ards standards and a fine school system, and in their places put persons
completely new to the system of the Canal Zone schools, and
persons who contributed absolutely nothing to It, so they may
reap the benefits which rightfully should belong to those whom
the Schools Division now seek to "scrap" after all their years
of faithful service. We hardly could call this gratitude.
As a parent and frequent visitor of the schools, I can hard hardly
ly hardly find words to express my admiration for the manner in which
these teachers of the Latin American Schools have successfully
brought my children through that most difficult and trying
Kiod of Spanish conversion. Believe me when I tell you it
ly was an amazing feat.
Bu( ew of us are really aware of the stress and strain that
these teachers were under throughout this trying period. Few
of us seem to realize or remember that three years ago our
Canal Zone Schools were run completely in English, based on

American curriculum, and that then these schools were on

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ig conducted oy teachers witnout degrees.

And many of us fall to realize too that in three years time.

these same teachers turned this same predominantly English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking school system into a predominantly Spanish-speaking
school, comparatively close in achievement to schools in Pan Panama
ama Panama that have been in operation for a considerably greater
Bflmber of years and many of us just sit idly by and take
fSch a feat for granted.
V. In ail fairness, 'these teachers deserve credit. Pew of us
I iU.. I I -I i M 1 .1 1 .

khuw me insure svury 01 now iney jaDorea unaer constant
threats of losing their jobs, and unrelenting psychological pres pressures,
sures, pressures, and how many of these teachers became ill from mental

sue unde rthe Stress and strain of this unorenedented v.

Iment in our local educational system.

bwwa tv aav uuuu auvAA an HAUicuiuic leal nave fjy
iUi standards of good taeching justified their rights to hold
tlr jobs, and I can see no reason why they should not be
given every reasonable opportunity to do so.
WhAn nn whn Irrinna oHiifatinn aUs, IWa. -i Ja

ork he. can hardly believe unless told that they do not possess.

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Labor News
And
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OLD TIMERS' PRIVILEGES

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The suggestion made by one signing himself "John iwr-

y- m tne Man box oi uec. is seems to be a sensible solu-

t oi tne oiincvut situation retired employes of the Panama

aj uvmg in tne nepuoiic oi Manama have been placed. His
tlon Is slmpLy this: That retired employes Dav a tax of 10

cent on their authorized Import allowances.

Thus If an employe was permitted to Import commissary
Is to the value of $45 per month, he would nav the Panama

vernmcnt 4.50 per month for the privilege. This would, in

m, onng quite a on. oi revenue into the government cof-

, ana on tne part oi tne employes would probably not be

oDjecwonaDie. An arrangement of this kind would require
e working ouj;, includlnng cooperation by the Canal offi-

Many employes believe that one of the main reasons the

.ma oovernment nas aisanowed commissary privileges Is
question of gasoline. It is called to mind in settling the

nt bus drivers' strike the government conceded a reduction

five cents in the price of gas to union revenue Thi the

Jead of government stated, would mean a loss in revenue an an-gHBilly
gHBilly an-gHBilly to Panama of $1,000,000. Part of this loss could, un un-3B8ibtedly,
3B8ibtedly, un-3B8ibtedly, be recouped through the purchases of gas by retired
.employes. a.',

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'to nav 34 cents ner Ballon for eas wnnlri rut Hrwrn travel

fh minimum With Am flmi nn tVilr kanele otH.j av

rV'V ioaba vao iuii. voaoau vn iiJCAi imtiVtO 1CWICU C1U
oves with can h&ve made full use of Panama's roads. MrwriaL

Sduring the dry season. Pleasure travel would be nry much

litea.

Old Timer

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By VICTOR RIISIL
One of the land's nattiest and
most notorious labor racketeers
officially got his start inside la labor
bor labor some years age when he be became
came became a regional chief of some something
thing something called the United Automo

bile workers union-AFL, now

known by a more catch-all mon

iker, the Allied industrial Work Workers.
ers. Workers. The union's secretary-treasurer
who until two years ago
was also secretary-treasurer of a
Milwaukee real estate firm

frequently was seen in the pres

ence of this ex-convict extor-

tiolnist.
This Allied Industrial Work

ers' Union and its secretary secretary-treasurer,
treasurer, secretary-treasurer, Anthony Doria, are
still In the AFL-CIO and In a
few days the federation's Ethi Ethical
cal Ethical Practices Committee will

meet and examine the prodigal.
This committee will have before
it a Senate report, handed up
by senator Paul Douglas, who
most certainly is a friend of la labor,
bor, labor, in the report are passages
involving his union's gifts of
$300 watches, $1200 diamond
rings and free-spending trips to

Las Vegas and the West Indies

with the best of everything, of

course.

A Senatorai committee ask asked
ed asked Dork, who appeared quite
unsinkable, to share his views
with them on such gracious
activities of the Chicago local
union for which he sacrificed
and labored as secretary-treasurer,
wlvle he doubled as na na-natHonal
natHonal na-natHonal secretary treasurer
and tripled as secretary-treasurer
of the real estate corpor corpor-ation.
ation. corpor-ation. Brother Doria was will
ing. His bark, you will notice,
was not worse than his bite.

At one point in the Senate

committee hearing Senator

Douglas asked: i

"Dontyou think t's: a rather

bad practice to give watches at

saw ana rings at 11200 and

$1100?" ;

Dorla's answer: "I definitely

do not, sir,"

Then Senator Gordon Allott.

01 Colorado, said:

' If you earn them in a direct

salary you are entitled to them

(diamonds and watches). No

one quarrels with that. These
funny payments, these funny

kickbacks, this gaining' of influ
ence with little gifts and bli

gifts, to me is one of the mos

unfortunate thing that could

ever occur in an Instance of this
kind. Coupled with it is the fact
that you have these, mjxed-up
funds, insurance and union dues,

and one man. one man alone,

disbursing thousands and thou

sands of dollars upon his own

say so

This was m reference to a

colleague of Doria's in Chicago,

whom Doria was defending.

. Then Paul Douglas broke in

"And approves his own expense

account...."

Allott resumed: "Approves his
own expense accounts, writes
his own checks, never has to get
the signature of anybody else on
the check, and for all the rec

ords we have here so far. al

though he said he told th epeo-

pie about it after he did it, I be

neve .... we do not have any
sign of a report to the union

membership as such,"

Soon Douglas swung into the

fray:

"Mr. Doria. what distresses me

is that in your defense and in
that of Mr. Inciso (president of
the Chicago local referred to

here which now has withdrawn
from the national union VR)

you don't seem to realize that

what you are doing is taking
money out of the pockets of the
workers.

"This money doesn't come
out of the air. It fc contr buted
both in union dues and Insur Insurance
ance Insurance payments from people
who are fairly hard pressed. .
"What distresses me Is that

both you and Mr. Inciso seem to
see nothing wrong about these
expenditures. You know it is ex expenditures
penditures expenditures like these which dis discredit
credit discredit the labor movement
discredit the good aims of the
labor movement."

To which the genial Mr. Do

ria retorted:

"Senator, to the contrary, it is

expenditures such as these that
expand the horizon of labor
leaders to the point where they
can more adequately compete
with what is sitting across the
table from them that has been
doing this for 100 years."

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Jewellers
rntral Aaa

THE WW VARIETY SHOW

Skewp: Why Elvis wears those

1-o-n-g sideburns: He thinks
they make him look older. .Nat

(Kine) Cole has something 10

sing about. He has sold over 50

minion platters. 11 couian 1 nap nap-Den
Den nap-Den to a more talented fella...

Three shows folded In the. try-

out-towns during the past
month. A $260,000' flopalooza. ..
Judy Holllday is as smart as
colyumnlsts. She has a near-

genius IQ rating of 172... "The

Banana Boat song" is a oouncy
S each... Type. casing: Brooks
tklnson, the drama magistrate,
is on grand Jury duty... The
stage directions for Tennessee
Williams' "Baby Doll" script In

clude the following gee-whlnzer:
"His bodv nressef against all

the mindless vireln softness of

her abundant young flesh"...

Revolutionary note: Critic Geo.
jean Nathan concedes (in Es Esquire)
quire) Esquire) that critics have faults...
From a TV col'm: "Sinatra told
his agency he neyer was eager
to do the Winchell show in the
first place"... We eent Sinatra
the clipping and this memo:
"Did you say this?".. .Sinatra's
reolv: "It's a deleted-by-the-ed-

itor He! When you were told
that my medicos advised me to
cut down all activities, you were
the first to. understand and say:
'Forget it, Frank.'
Talk abont rockets to the

stars: Audrey Hepburn earned
$12,500 for her Initial flicker,
"Roman Holiday." Her third
movie ("War and Peace") paid
her a whopping $350,000... was
never brighter ... If you like
girls, see people Today's page 7.
(Two cheers)... Marjorie Farns Farns-worth's
worth's Farns-worth's "The Ziegfeld Follies"
tome offers a fascinating recap recapture
ture recapture of a fabulous showman. In Incidentally,
cidentally, Incidentally, the first "Follies" was
produced for a mere $13,000...
The tot portraying the baby
Moses In "The Ten Command Commandments"
ments" Commandments" is Charlton Heston's
heir... Does Crime pay? Alger
Hiss will reap royalties from his
forthcoming book. Hmfooey!...
Danny Kaye's disc, "Ciu Ciu
Bella," is full of merry sounds. .
The candor award goes to Julie
Harris. In McCall's the star de details
tails details her birth pangs: "it was as
if a power as strong as a hun hundred
dred hundred horses were in you, as if
you held within you enough

strength to play any Macbeth,
Ophelia, Juliet and Joan of Arc

in one night."

0
and vocal cords open wide..,
Miss Monroe's confession: "I am

a womftn and the longer I am

one the more I enjoy It." P.S.:
The best philosophy of life can

De capsuled with a single word-Enjoy.

Movie fans are like this: Rita

Hayworth's studio receives thou

sands of requests for locks of

her hair. .Jose Ferrer's com-

monsense: 'Tee learned that iv-

ing is impracticable. Also, It's a

waste of time and you look like

an idiot when you're caught". .

Sylvia Sims' disc, "Dancing

Chandelier" is her third straight
recording click. .Richard Rodg-

ers is a rarity a hippy man.

He explains: "I'm happy. The
theater is my life. I have no hob hobbies.
bies. hobbies. My family and the theater
and that's such a great deal"
...Despite low temperatures,
mobs still queue up before dawn
to buy standing-room tickets lor
"My Fair' Lady" ."..The "huh?"
of the week is Kirk Douglas'

comment: "My wife fascinates
me. She is always my wife but

never the same woman."

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WASHINGTON Two tough
and effective battlers for Adlai
Stevenson got tough with each
other at the opening of the new
Democratic Club in Washington, j
D.C
For some time the Republicans

have had a private club across:
the street from 'w old House;

Office Building on Capitol Hill,
but the Democrats have been
clubless. The Democratic women
have had a most active and en enterprising
terprising enterprising club for years; so fi finally
nally finally Charley Murphy, former
counsel to, Harry Truman, spark-

ai a namnrFAttA nun'c MtiS in

the Hamilton Hotel.

As It opened, Steve Spingarn,.

able ex-commissioner of the
Federal- Trade Commission, ac accosted
costed accosted Joe Rauh, head of Amer Americans
icans Americans for Democratic Action.

"I didn't know you were a

Democrat" boomed Steve. H
then proceeded to kid Joe about
ADA.

"I'm forming an organization
called NADA no ADA." teased
Spingarn. He was joking, but

Rauh took him seriously.

"You dirty yellow f he
shot back, and invited Spingarn
into the alley. He kept calling
him names and challenging him
to fight.
Spingarn, who weighs 250
pounds, tried to sooths Rauh,
but finally accepted the invita invitation..
tion.. invitation.. "All right, come oh!" he
agreed,
A friend intervened. "Demo "Democrats
crats "Democrats are red-blooded enough
without you two staging a dem demonstration,"
onstration," demonstration," he said as the cou couple
ple couple cooled off. v
REFUGEE REPORTS

. .President Eisenhower gave
able Tracy Voorhees a personal
pep talk about handling Hunga

rian refugees. Ike urged Voor

hees, a Truman appointee as
Assistant secretary of the Army,
to do a dramatic job of show showing
ing showing the world how America
helps Hungarians while (Russia
slaughters them Ike also ex expressed
pressed expressed the conviction that pri private
vate private enterprise applies to char charitable
itable charitable activity. He hopes private
charities will take the lead in
helping -displaced Hungarians..
..Voorhees met with Undersec Undersecretary
retary Undersecretary of state Herbert Hoover
jr., three times to iron Out refu refugee
gee refugee problems. Hoover agreed
that the fleeing Hungarians
must be moved out of Austria
at the greatest possible speed.
To hurry the movement, Hoover
agreed to screen them after
their arrival in America H
also agreed they should be free
to go anywhere in the country.
..Ike's wartime subordinate,
four-star Gen. "Lightning Joe"
Collins, former Army chief, has
Patriotically volunteered to work
full time to hem the refugees.

year-old rshag Kechian as he General Collins Is the man who

embraced his 49-year-old son Ka- took Cherbourg with such light

loust whom he last saw at te
age. of five in his native Turkey
The son had paid 1 surprise visit
to the United States.

The Red Sea in "The Ten
Commandments" movie is a
300,000 gallon tank filled with
aqua. .Motion Picture mag's
fascinating item: "Jayne Mans
field attended a Beverly Hills
school PTA meeting attJred in
a tight sheath dress and a
full-length mink coat'.. Ed -d'e
Condon's "Treasury of
Jast" album is a jaz2le-dazz-ler...
Anita Sexberg announc announced:
ed: announced: "I've gone nude bathing.
But only at a party with very
close friends." (OOh.) ..Add
best-seller records: "Martin
and Blane Sing'' (Harlequin)
. .Are the Errol Garners in
SpUttsTille?...The Ben Gaz-zarra-Elaine
Stritch Idyll is
colder than an Esk'mo nudist.

MY SON
PORTL ND, Me. -(UP)-"M;
little boy, my little boy," said 73

nlng speed during the Normandy
invasion If any Hungarian
refugees arrive in your commu community,
nity, community, greet them wtih "Ishten

hosta!" That's phonetic Hung Hung-rln
rln Hung-rln for "Welcome!"
GEORGE MEANT ABROAD
the American Embassy in Li Lima,
ma, Lima, Peru, is an imposing build building
ing building which many Peruviana

would like to enter, but lew ao.

The elite of Peruvian society
and government circles are in invited
vited invited to Its receptions. Few la labor
bor labor leaders have passed through
its porta Js in previous years.
To the American Embassy tht

other day came George Meany,

famed North American laoor

leader, president of the AFL AFL-CIO.
CIO. AFL-CIO. Charge d'Affaires Clare H.
Timberjake gave a reception for
him. To that reception came as
an honored -guest the head of
the Domestic Servants union at
Peru.
She had formerly worked as a

cook for the American JEmbassy.

The incident illustrated tno

little-noticed but important job
labor leader Meany did for the
USA during his recent trip
through Latin America. What

ne am was to maxe juaim Amer

ican labor leaders and workers

reall2e the United States is not
a country of capitalists, but a
nation where labor is highly re re-spectedl
spectedl re-spectedl Meany was the first top-rank
U.S. labor leader to tour Latin
America on a good-will mission,
and the response was overwhel overwhelming.
ming. overwhelming. Workers turned out by the
thousands to greet a man who,
though a workers' representa representative,
tive, representative, was important enough to
merit diplomatic receptions at'
U.S. embassies and official ap appointments
pointments appointments with presidents and
foreign ministers.
Thanks to the Soviet blood bloodbath
bath bloodbath in Hungary, Meany let
loose some, effective ammunition
against Communism in lands
where resistance to Communism
by labor unions has sometimes

flagged.-
Coming from Meany. It had
far more impact than if it had
come from an American diplo diplomat.
mat. diplomat. In Montevideo, Meany undid
some of the harm done to U.S.
relations with Uruguay when
Eisenhower hiked the tariff on
Uruguayan wool and when Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Benson "dumped" U.S.
wheat surpluses in Brazil. Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay normally sells wheat to
Brazil find, like the U.S., has a

prospective, surplus,
Despite the freeze In Uruguay Uruguayan
an Uruguayan feeling toward the U.S.,
Meany got a rousing welcome
from the Confederation of Uru Uruguayan
guayan Uruguayan Trade Unions, and Uru Uruguayan'
guayan' Uruguayan' trade unionists joined
hands with Meany in a solemn
pledge against all dictatorships.
Note Meany was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied on his good-will tour by
Dave Dubinsky of the Interna International
tional International Ladies Garment Workers
and O. A. Knight of the Oil,
Chemical and Atomic Energy
Workers, both vice presidents of

the AFL-CIO.

Shelley W'nters, who is sin sin-sational
sational sin-sational in "Girls of Summer,"
has noted: "Every audience,
as any actor will confirm, Is a
separte person, with a distinct
character all its own. if you
don't reach th is person you
have failed". Howcum Julie
Andrews doesn't record more
tunes?. .Most fascinat'ng title
is the one in Movie Album
mag: "Is Marlon Brando Im Impossible
possible Impossible to Love?" Are stars,
nappy? Susan Hayward con confessed:
fessed: confessed: "Worry? Of course I
worry. Who doesn't? I werry
about my health, about my
being poor again, about my
children, about my future and
about my being a whole wom woman.
an. woman. I worry hard." In other
words, Hollywood has more
clouds than stars.

Rex Harrison's biggest rave
came from Noel Coward. Dear
Noel generously conceded: "Aft "After
er "After me, you're the best light co comedian
median comedian in the world". .Ethel
Merman's favorite ballad: cole
Porter's "I Get a Kick Out of
You"... Have a free songwriting
lesson: oscar Hammersteln has
pointed out that "me" is a bad
word at tht peak of a song, be

cause the "e-e-e" constricts the

vocal cords. However, "mine" is
very singable becai&e the mouth

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The finest achievements
in artistic watchmaking

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PAG1
THURSDAY, DECEMBER H, 1951
Browned To Remain
In Ike's Cabinet
For 4 Years More
JACOflT ON MtfMt
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30 (UP) (UP)-Atty.
Atty. (UP)-Atty. Gen. Herbert Browoell Jr.
has agreed, at President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's request, to .remain in the
Cabinet for another lour years, It
was disclosed today.
yOSWALD JACOSY
Writtaa for NEA Service
The Justice DepartnwM author
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Put yourself in the West seat

for today's band and defend

against the contract of four

spades. If you come up with the
right answer you can shake hands

with Harry J. Fishoein, New
York expert, who made the right
play when this famous hand was

Dlaved some years ago.

Fishbein led the queen of clubs,

Iholding the first trick. He con

tinued with another club, and his

partner won with the king. East
then led the ace of clubs and

South followed suit with the jack

ised release of BrowneU's decision
which was made known" off-the-record
last week.
BrowaeJl said then that Mr. .Eis .Eisenhower
enhower .Eisenhower had asked him to re remain
main remain on as" head, of the Justice
Department, "and I agreed."
The department decided to re

lease hi; statement because of
speculation that Brownell would
resign. Kepnbhcan National Chair Chairman
man Chairman Leonard- W. Hall wjjs named
in at" least one published report
as his possible successor.
There also was some specula

tion that Brownell, poweriui ng ng-ure
ure ng-ure in New York Republican cir circles,
cles, circles, might run for governor next

yar against Democratic uov. av-

erell Hariman.

Brownell, close political associ

ate of former Gov. Thomas fc.
Dewey of New York, is regarded
as one of Mr. Eisenhower's closest
political advisers.

Alter managing uewey s unsut unsut-cessful
cessful unsut-cessful presidential campaigns In

1944 and 1948, Brownell neipea to
obtain the GOP nomination for
Mr. Eisenhower in 1952. He also
was a chief strategist in the

President's campaign.

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After Mr. Eisenhower's elec

tion, Brownell was the first Re Republican
publican Republican to be offered a Cabinet

post. He became tne nauon s otnu
attorney general in January 1953.

It is now your turn to make a

discard from the West hand

What discard do you choose?

Fishbein discarded the ace of
diamonds. Since he had- bid

Hiamnnris he knew that this

would not be regarded as single

ton ace. Since dummy naa me
king of diamonds, moreover, it
was clear that Fishbein could not

be encouraging a diamond return

This amazine discard was the

one way to make sure that East
didn't try to win a diamond trick
by shifting to that suit. East was
obliged to lead another club, and

now Fishbein was sure to mane a

trick with his queen of spaoes

This defeated the contract.

Your "Bluestar" Dairies "'""t'1"

Broadcasters Want
Repeal Of Air Time
Political Equality

WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 (UP)

The National Association of Radio

and Television Broadcasters asaeo
Congress today to repeal a law
requiring; equal air time for all
political candidates. They said it
restricts time for major party
candidates.

Harold E. Fellows, association
president, told a House committee
investigating campaign spending
that the law exposes stations to
demands for equal time from can

didates of splinter parties.
He also said the association is

against proposed legislation which

would require stations to give
some free time to political candi candidates.
dates. candidates. He said this would require the
broadcasting industry to under underwrite
write underwrite some of thecosts of politi political
cal political campaigns. These proposals
are "unrealistic, unworkable and
unconstitutional," he said.
The committee, headed by Rep.

James C. Davis (D-Ga), is hte

third congressional group to have
a look at campaign spending this
year.
Warren E. Baker, general coun counsel
sel counsel to the Federal Communications
Commission, suggested that 4Con 4Con-ress
ress 4Con-ress weigh carefully any nrooo-

sals for changing the equal time

requirement.
He said, however, that the reg regulation
ulation regulation at times does "inhibit sta stations
tions stations and networks from giving
Iree time to major patty candi candidates."
dates." candidates." r
But he said the FCC also feels
it is important that broadcast elec election
tion election coverage be kept "free from
discrimination between candidates
and between political oarties."

Fellows said Congress can trust

me oroaocasters to "operate on a
basis of over-all fairness."

WASHINGTON, D. C.-Dr. Fernando
Lobo, recientemente eiegido Presi Presi-dente
dente Presi-dente del Consefo de la Organization
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gran los veintJi'm paisos del Hemis Hemis-ferio.
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area west of the Mississippi, and
between the eastern, western and
southern areas.
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Xmas Trees Co Up
Along Iron Curtain
HELMSTEDT, Germany, Dec.
20 (UP) West German sources

here reported that 300 Christmas

trees are being erected along the
Iron Curtain border in Germany

in lOKen ol tne "spirit shared by
everyone" in the divied country.

WASHINGTON. Dec. 30 (UP)-

by Democratic National Chairmaa

Leonard W. Hall said today that
both the Democratic and RcouhlV-

can parties wul consider cutting
down their use. of television in the
i860 election campaign.

Hall said that maybe viewers

were swamped with too much do-

litics in the last campaign. He

predicted the networks will not

carry as much of the national
conventions in 1960 as thev did

this year.

Hall told a special House com

mittee investigating campaign
spending that "You can saturate
television with too much polities."
The Republican and Democratic
parties spent more than 2 million
dollars each on TV this year.

Hall's 'statements jibed with a

view expressed earlier this week

by Democratic National Chairman

Paul M. Butler.
Hall also joined Butler in call calling
ing calling for an Increase in the 3 mil million
lion million dollar limit which may be

spent by any national political

committee in a campaign.
However, the GOP chairman op opposed
posed opposed Butler's recommendation
that Congress clamp an overall
limit, say $10,000 or $15,000. on
the amount that any individual
can contribute to a political cam campaign.
paign. campaign. He Said present high tax
rates are an effective top limit
on the wealthy.
Butler's proposed limit on over overall
all overall spending by an individual
would be in addition to the pres present
ent present bar against contributions of
more than $5,000 to any one poli political
tical political committee.
Philip L. Graham, president and

Thief Takes Glow
Out Of Christmas
MINEOLA, N.Y., Dec. 20 (UP)

A thief took the glow out of
Christmas for employes of the

Nassau County Courthouse. Some

one took 50 bulbs off the 30-foot

Christmas tree hi the lobby during

me nignt .

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He said the ads would urge thefc i J"urn.v

publisher of The fVasnington Post

and Times Herald, told the com

mittee that political parties i

I860 may get the benefit of mil

lions of dollars in free advertis

ing.

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cal party of their choice

Graham said the Advertising

council planned to launch suca a
campaign this year but never sot
around to vL
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"T h11v we'll frv it uih ",

he said. He said the plan called!
for the camoaien to be super

vised by. a bipartisan committee

headed by former Prtsidtoti

Hoover and TrunVan.
He Sells His Story,
Bui it's Xmas Secret
For Benevolent Work
SARASOTA, Fla.. Dec. 20 (UP)
-Blind John P. Clark, 57, sold
papers at his stand today unaware
that the newspaper has asked ci citizens
tizens citizens to donate to a fund to pay
off a $2,300 mortgage on his home
and provide him with a $200
Christmas gift.
Five Sarasota executives who

launched the drive said they were

inspired by Clark's gifts every
Christmas for the past seven years
to handicapped children.
. The executives opened three
bank accounts in Clark's name
and hope to have the fund ready
by Christmas Eve.
Clark has turned over his net
receipts during the first two Sun Sundays
days Sundays every December. Since he
moved, here in 1949 to Happiness
House,' a county school and clinic
for physically handicapped young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. "Those children are handicapped
but not like me," Clark said. "I
can go anywhere I want and do
what I want. I have use of arms
and legs, something many of them
do not have."
The Sarasota Herald Tribune,
which announced the fund drive
to residents, asked, readers not to
ieil Clark about the "surprise."

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As Cops, Gunman Shoot It Out

NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)
Hundreds of Christmas shoppers
In the Bronjf scurried fpr cover
last night during a running gun
battle between polic and an ex ex-convict
convict ex-convict gunman.
The ex-convict: and a cab
driver were wounded. More than
two dozen shots Were fired. One.
bystander was grazed by a bul bullet.
let. bullet. The ahooting spree began;

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23
1 0:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.

. a a 'm- ? . v aft. m adL as t -a .

when the gunman and two ac
complices tried to sticl up th
taxi driver, D.vid Suro, 48. Sure
got quick attention from two
radio patrolmen when he ram rammed
med rammed their prowl car. Suro was
shot twice by the gunman,
i The gunman fled the cab with
two policemen in pursuit. They
exchanged-shots in a two-block:
chase in the crowded shopping
area pf .Tremont and Webster
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Police' felled the bandit with

hits. He was identified as Leroy
(Frisco)- Keith, 42, on parole
from an Ohio killing conviction
and wanted in Ohio in connec connection
tion connection with two other killings.

i ; mt-'-- two -accomplices, a man

f4 wwfiHm, ijea me scene in
the opposite direction. Police

csmured James t: Morris of

Rirerhead, f(X, cowering, under
a parked car. The woman ac ac-cjbmpllce
cjbmpllce ac-cjbmpllce escaped.

police said Keith-was wanted

in Ohio in connectioh with the
killing of two grocery clerks to
Uniontown. durin a stickurj last

Nov. 23, and for killing another

man m Akron on Nov. 21.

Roth Keith and his victim,
Suro, were 'to critical condition
from their wounds. Suro was
shot twice in the back.
Meta Ravenelle, 17, a laun laundress,
dress, laundress, was grazed by one of the
shots during the chase, but was
not hurt seriously.
Santa and Customers
Flee Burning Store;
1.25 Million Damage
CHICAGO, Dec. 20 (UP) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities today, sought the cause of
a $1,250,000 fire that destroyed a
half-block, long department store,
injuring five persons and routing
about 1,600 Christmas shoppers
and employes, including Santa
Claus.
There was no panic in the five five-alarm
alarm five-alarm blaze, despite its swift
spread through stacks oi merchan merchandise
dise merchandise and along strings of brightly
colored Christmas decorations.
Store Manager Leo Golt?, 37,
sai about 1,500 shoppers and 150
employes were in the GoldNatta
department store when the blaze,
broke out in the reef above the

drapery department.

The injured suffered freb,mpl
inhalation and were released after
treatment at nearby hospitals.

Among those wha fled the flames
was Santa Claus, who was seea.
running from an exit garbed in his
red suit and his flowing white
beard.

The roof caved ip, within 30 min-

" er me nrst alarm was
sounded. Firemen said, the one one-;
; one-; tory building and its contents
were a total loss.

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S. Lckie, 5, of Fort Lauderdale,
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prooauun oi iyo cnarges Of in

Leckia's attorneys had- filH at.

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would injure his health.

Leckie, who operates coal mines

in West Virginia. Virginia and

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER M. 15
DISTRAUGHT PARENTS WAITING
all OF KIDNAPPED DAUGHTER

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DALY Cfly, Calif. (UP) -The
distraught parents of Glo Ann
Wiegner hovered about the tele telephone
phone telephone today, hoping their abduct abducted
ed abducted daughter would try to get in
touch with .them.
"I imigise she will call if she
gets a chance," said Mrs. Hazel
Mowatt, "but i don't think they'll
give her that chance."
Mrs. Mowatt was referring to
Mike Wiegner, 16, husband of their
daughter, and his accomplice

aW

KIDNAPED Clo Ann Mowatt
Wiegner, 11, of Daly City, Cal.,
is the objebt Qf a police search
following her abduction by
her husband, Mike Wiegner,
17, described by police as an
"armed and dangerous" fugi fugitive
tive fugitive from j a mental, hospital.
Wiegner escaped from the
hospital with a companion,
Jesse Eastman, and they went
to the Mowalt he&e, -whene.
they kidnaped the girl at gunpoint.

Communlers Shave,
Sip Coffee On Way
To Work On Bus

Jesse Eastman, 35. Both are fu fugitives
gitives fugitives from the Napa state men

tal hospital.

Brandishing a .22 cauoer raie,
Wiegner and Eastman broke into
the home -of John Mowatt in this
San Francisco suburb Monday
night, bound and tied Mowatt and
his wife and forced their daughter

to leave with them.

Thcv also took Clo Ann's cocker

spaniel puppy, brumes, ner pono ponograph
graph ponograph and some records. They
rifled Mrs. Mowatt's purse of $13

and sped off m Mowatt s car.

Mrs. Mowatt was sure t-fiat

Wiegner would not harm his bride

but she was fearful of what Eastman-
might do. Police said East

man was an alcoholic with suicidal

tendencies.
The romance between Clo Ann
and Wiegner began last year when

they met at a movie. He has a

record of delinquency and mental

troubles dating back to 1950, when
he was 10. Clo Ann is a straight-A

student in high school

She stuck by him last summer

when he stole a motorcycle. Short

ly after that episode, he and Clo

Ann ran away and lived in Port

land, Ore., and Vancouver, Wash.,

until ne got involved again in

petty theft.

Returned here, Wiegner escaped

from a moving auto to elude juve juvenile
nile juvenile authorities. He and Clo Ann
fled to Superior. Mont., where

they were married on Nov. 13.

Then they went to She-idan, Wyo..

wnere wigener was arrested for
burglary.

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CHICAGO, Dec. ?0 (UP) A

Busload of commuters today sat on

their reclining seats, sipped cof coffee,
fee, coffee, shaved and watched television
while riding to work.
They came into-Chicago from
Park Ferest, ML, 35- miles south
of here, aboard a $30,000 bus oper operated
ated operated by the South Suburban Safe Safeway
way Safeway lines.
The comrouters.e ver attempting
i.o imDmve s their, .tot, ,irmedi a

club and bartered the btus. fco rd

Monda v-threueh-Friday rush hour

runs.

The bus company, ever attemp

ting to improve its financial sit

uation, nppea OUl lue unnnmw;
brand new bus and spent $4,000 in

stalling draw draperies, loam ruD ruD-ber
ber ruD-ber seats, lockers, electric shav shavers,
ers, shavers, mirrors, television and a re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. The company said the
"dues" would be $29.40 a month.
This $29.40 Is pretty close to
what the commuters have been
paying to get to work. Some of
them have been riding Illinois Cen
tral trains, after a bus ride from
the village to the station. Others
have been driving cars and pick picking
ing picking up a parking tab at. the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago end. t k .
For most, the bus whittles a few
minutes each way off their portal-to-portal
time. The trip takes
about an hour.
But comfort was the cluWs big biggest
gest biggest attraction, according to Rich Richard
ard Richard Palmer, its elected chairman,
Palmer, an employe of an electric
company, explained that the
members would be assured of a
seat, fmv one thing. Fof card
players there are tables.
The coffee and the shave are
MpA attractions for those who

cant' fit these things Into their

schedules at home. The refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator will hold things eommuters
like to keep cold on the way
home. The television set will per permit
mit permit the men to see the Mickey
Mouse Club in Use ntirety.

Advertising Boosts
Forecast for 1957
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)-Ad-vertisine
budgets k 1957 wiir in.

at least 10 ,per cent" over

iw, a survey By printers Ink
magazine indicated today.

.me. trade magazine polled 100

major companies that advertise
Nationally and found 71 are plan planning
ning planning to spend from 3 to 50 ner

cent more than in 1956. Seventeen

reported no change and 12 said
their budgets will be lower.
Chief factors besides rising ad
rates, said the magazine, are

growing competition, expanding

manners ana new products.
"Many advertisers are automat

ically hiking their promotion dol dollars
lars dollars enough to cover rising ad
costs, then adding new monev on

top of that," it said.

The publication- also reported

mat national advertising in Octo October
ber October ran one per cent higher than

in September and 11 per centj

above October 1955.

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boa Balboa announce the engagement of their daughter Jane to Mr.,
George E. Abernathy, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Abernathy
of San Diego.

LT. GENERAL AND MRS. WILLIAM K. HARRISON
WILL BE GIVEN DESPEDIDA AT QUARRY HEIGHTS
The officers and ladies of the Quarry Heights Officers' Club
will give a despedida cocktail-dinner party at the Quarry Heights'
Officers' Club tomorrow night for the Commander in Chief, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison,
who will leave for the Stales Jan. 4.

Mrs. William K. Harrison
Fated By Officers' Wives
At Gala Tea Party
Mrs. William K. Harrison, wife
of the Commander In Chief Cari Caribbean
bbean Caribbean Command Lt. Gen. Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, was feted by wives of army
officers at ,i festive lea given at
Ft. Amador Officers' "Club, yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoonv &
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Harrold and Mrs. Louis V. High High-tnwpr
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Gilbert Fish, Mrs. Kenneth Tan Tan-do
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Honduran Ambassador f
Entertains At Union Club
The Ambassador of Honduras
and Mrs. Angel Hernandez will
eive a nartv at the Union ('luh in.
night for members of the Diplo
matic torps ana ana other friends
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Wadding Tonight
The marriage of Miss Mary Alice

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to Mr. Kenneth Kelley will be so
lemnized at the First B apt is
Church in Balboa at 7 o'clock to tonight.
night. tonight. A reception at the church
will follow the ceremony and all
friends of the young couple are in invited
vited invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hicks,
parents of the bride-to-be enter
tained at a rehearsal party
Wednesday in honor of the couple.
A barbecue supper was served
on the gaily decorated paito.
The following guests were pres present:
ent: present: Rev. and Mrs. William H.
Beeby and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Burrow, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
A. Chapman, Mrs. Peggy J. Ellis,
Miss Marion Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray E. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs.
Webb Hearne, bp2 Dave Kapeppa,
Mr. and Mrs. James Z. Knapp,
Jr., Miss Susan Knapp, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Kafipp, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Keigley, Mr. and Mrs, John W.
Prim and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Delmas Swafford, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert L. Snyder, Sgt. Paul Westlund,
Sgt. and Mrs. Leo Warden, Dr,
and Mrs. John Woods.
Miss Jennison
Is Engaged
To Mr. Abernathy
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jennison of
Balboa announced the engagement
nf thpir rinuehtpr Jane tn Mr.
George E. Abernathy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. u. Abernathy ot baft
Diego, Calif.
Roth Miss Jennison and her fi
ance are visiting her parents for
.1. .-.I. i. i i
me cnnsimas nutiaays.
Miss Jennison comes from the
University of California at Berk
ley, where she is in her sophomore
year,
Mr, Abernathy is finishing his
course at Harvard Graduate
School of Business Administration
at Boston.
A June wedding is planned.
Mr. And Mrs. Stain
Hera With Daughter
For Christmas
Mr and Mrs. Manuel Stein and
their daughter Martha have come
from their home in Hibbing, Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota to visit Mrs. Stein's par parents
ents parents Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Homa.
Mrs. Stein is the former Barbara
Homa.
The visitors win be guests to
honor at a dinner, which will be
given Saturday night at the Tivoll
Guest House by Mrs. Mcin s broth
er and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
William Homa.
(Continued on Page 7)

&A With

WIVES INDICT HUSBANDS
FOR SLOPPY HOME DRESS
Men. this column is for you. It's
in answer to the plea of a num number
ber number of wives who claim that even
though they love their husbands
they get sick and tired of their
sloppy dress around home.
One wife says, "My husband's
idea of a perfect weekend is never
to go anywhere that will necessi necessitate
tate necessitate his shaving or getting into
decent-looking clothes. From Fri Friday
day Friday night to Monday morning be
usually looks 'as though he had
just hopped off a passing freight
train."
Another says, "Writers are al always
ways always telling women how impor important
tant important it is for them td look attrac attractive
tive attractive around home. But what's the
use of looking pretty for a hus husband
band husband whose idea of perfect loung lounging
ing lounging clothes for himself is an old
pair of khaki pants, faded and
paint-stained, the limpest, most
bedraggled sport shirt he can find
and beat-up old loafers. No mat matter
ter matter who drops in to see us, that's
how they find my husband. If I'm
supposed to look neat and pretty
why jsn't he expected to look like
a gentleman, instead of a tramp'.'"
Still another wife complains:
"My husband goes around home
in work cants and his undershirt.
If he just went barefooted he'd
look like a character from lobac
co Road."
Plenty of Attractive
Clothing Available
So you see, men, what you may
consider solid comfort in the way
nf arn inri-hnme rlnthins. v o u r
wife, no doubt, regards as a dis
grace.
Thniitrh vnn stirelv look In the
mirror carefully when you are
getting dressed to got to work, do
you ever glance in tne mirror to
see how vou look to your wife
around the house?
There's really no excuse for a
man, these days, going around
home looking like a ti;amp in the
name of comfort.
with 11 the trnnd-lookincr snorts
clothes on the market surely a
man can nnd sometning comiort comiort-able
able comiort-able to wear that doesn't offend
his wife,
If you expect your wife to look
her prettiest just for you is there
anv justice in your refusing to
look even halfway human to
please, her?
www
MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARNETT & DUNN

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE CTYtR

Social and Otli

erwide
-ContinmtJ'

District Attorney
To Spend Holiday
In Rhode Island
District Attorney Rowland K.
.Hazard left early this week for
Washington on official business.
', Later he will take annual leave
and go to Providence, Rhode Is Island,
land, Island, for a holiday visit with with
relatives.
Board Eloctod
For I.A.W.C.
Asilo do la Infancia
. The Inter-American W o m e n s
Club announced the new board of
its Asilo de la Infancia Committee
as follows: chairman Mrs. Celia
Cabbe, co-chairman Mrs. Ruby E E-wald,
wald, E-wald, secretary Mrs. Shirley Ber-
fer and treasurer Mrs. Gladys de
ino.
Christmas Party
For Los Rios
ni.hU Rasidmtt

The Scouts of Diablo and Los

nine are sDonsorinn a Christmas

party, which will be held Saturday

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evening from 5:30 to 7:30 at the
Diablo Theater.
Santa Claus will be on hand to
distribute sifts. There will be a

magician, community singing and
cartoons. At the end of the pro program
gram program Santa will leave by the side

door and mount his sleigh.
All residents of Diablo and Los

Rios are invited. Each child must
bring a 25 cents gift for a child

his own age and sex. Adults will
be admitted free.

Harnett and Dunn
Entertain Patients
At Hospitals

The dancing team

of Harnett

If you are a member of a com committee
mittee committee it is important that you
do your share of the work. The
committee member who doesn't
show up for meetings and leaves
all the work to others is show showing
ing showing plain bad manners.
It is better to take your name
off a committee if you let others
carry the load.

and Dunn gave three shows for pa patients
tients patients at Gorgas Hospital Tuesday

evening.

Their clans for Christmas in

clude shows for patients at Santo

Thomas Hospital and for several

orphanages in Panama.
Mr. Aid Mrs. Alexander
Announce Birth of Son

Mr. and Mrs. Milo Alexander

announced the arrival of their
third child, a son, John Gibson Al Alexander,
exander, Alexander, born Dec. 14 at Sah Fer

nando Clinic. Maternal grandpar

ents Mr. and Mrs. John G. John Johnson
son Johnson of Panama paternal grandpar

ents are Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Al Alexander
exander Alexander formerly of the Canal

7ine, now of Hacksonville rlon
da.

Atlantic Bridge
Club Winners

The Atlantic Bridge Club met on
Monday evening for their regular
weddv brldee fiames. The Howell

Movement was played with the fol following
lowing following winners: first, Major Mas Mas-soud
soud Mas-soud with Mr. David Bell; second,
Mr Herbert Deleado with Mr. Au-

gusto Kam third, Mrs. Earl Bech

with Mrs. Stanley Guests; fourtn,
Mr Wallv Gibson with Mr. Julius

Loeb and fifth, Mrs. Irene Mcll Mcll-vaine
vaine Mcll-vaine with Mr. Fred Schwarti. The
players will not meet on Monday,
Dec. 31, however, games will be

resumed on Monday evening at
7:15 Jan. 7. Anyone who wishes to
join this group for a good game

of bridge is cordially invited.
(Continued on Pare S.

Soviet Press Seems
To Be Launching

'Spy Scare' At U.S.

MOSCOW, Dec. 20 (UP) The So

viet press appeared' today to be

launching a spy scare against

the United States spearheaded by

the confessions of an. alleged
American agent.

The newspapers Pravda and Iz-

vestia published a statement is issued
sued issued by the State Security Com Committee
mittee Committee this morning reporting the

arresi or Rem Petrovich Moroz,
allegedly sent to the Soviet Union
by the United States to "collect
espionage information on esnecial-

ly important defense objectives

and to acquire by any means, go

ing so tar as murder, various So Soviet
viet Soviet documents."
According to Pravda, Moroz. a
Soviet citizen, was trained for es espionage
pionage espionage work in West Germany
and in "a Washington spy school.
It said he entered Russia supplied
with a false identity card in the
name of Gigori Marchenko, a
large quantity of false documents,
cameras, arms, a large amount
of Soviet money and a vial of poison.

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NATIVITY PAGEANT AT ALBROOK A "live" Nativity scence will be staged in the Base Ex Exchange
change Exchange Area at Albrook Air Force Base on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 6 to
8 p.m. The scene, a yearly event sponsored by the Base Chapel Guild will contain living" ani animals
mals animals and background music. Pictured above is TSgt. Lee W. Davidson, as one of the Wise
Men: Capt. Geoie L. Peavey as Joseph; Susie Hambrick and Penelope Hosklns, anels; and
Mrs. Sarah J. Peavey as Mary, attended the holy infant. The public is cordially invited to
view the scene. Arrangements have been made with the Air Police at Albrook to direct all
traffic to the festivity. (USAF Official Photo)

The paper said Moroz was flown

to Turkey May 15 and crossed the

oorder from there into Russia.

According to Pravda. Moro

claimed he had no intention of
carrying out his alleged instruc instructions
tions instructions from U.S. agents ana" intend intended
ed intended to turn himself over to Rus

sian police at the first opportunity.
"Impressed by Moroz's sineer.

ity, and his full admission of
guilt, Soviet security official de-

cided not to prosecute him," Prav-

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Alarm Over Soviet

Attack Makes Swiss

Mobilize On Border

BERN, Dec. 20 (UP)-Swiss so

thoritles became so alarmed last
week about possible Soviet attack
that they mobilized "destruction
detachments" to guard the eastern

frontier, It was reported today.

Military sources unofficially con confirmed
firmed confirmed press reports that 3,500 en engineers
gineers engineers serving with Switzerland's
"minute man army were called
to active duty Dec. 12 with orders
to destroy bridges and other, stra strategic
tegic strategic border objectives in the
event of attack.
So far si is known, most of the
emergency force still is on duty.
Government officials declined
comment on the reports. Informed
sources said the government was
"shocked' by the breach of secur security
ity security represented by the news' stor stories.
ies. stories. P' f
Bern newspapers said the en engineers
gineers engineers were alerted to destroy
military objectives "in case of at attack
tack attack by an enemy invading Switz Switzerland
erland Switzerland through Austria."
Although the possible invader
was not identifled.t he newspapers
pointed out that Russian tanks
drawn up along Hungary's Aus Aus-trian
trian Aus-trian border ar. barely 300 miles
from eastern Switzerland.
It was not clear whether there
was any connection between the
reported partial mobilization and
the announcement yesterday that
Swiss police have broken a ring
organized by a Communist Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian "diplomat" to spy on
Switzerland and Italy.
The diplomat concerned Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian legation secretary Mate
Vegh and an Italian woman have
been expelled from the country,
and another woman is awaiting
trial.
The Swiss army's destruction

detachments are mobilized when

ever the governments fears a
threat to Swiss security.
Bridges and other key border
installations have built-in cham chambers
bers chambers designed to receive explosive
charges when it appears it might
be necesssryt o blow them up.
Firfetched
ATLANTA, Dec. 20 (UP) A
tipsy passerby teak a dim view
of a Christmas tree salesman's
method of displaying the. trees
en stands, rnnqed in neat rows.
"Won't grew," the .man mut muttered.
tered. muttered. "Planted 'em toe durned
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Wive Meat Tomorrow
The Coco Solo Officers' Wives'
Club will bold their regular
monthly luncheon meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 12:30 at the Coco-Solo Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club.
Entertainment will be provided
bv the Coco Solo cheruh rhnir

der the direction of Mrs. Thelma

Christensen.
Mrs. Emily Tresback will also
sing Christmas selections.
Nominations for new officers
will be made at this meeting.

Lt. G.rvyn H. Mourn blow
Post 3876, V.F.W.
Will Elect Officer
Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Post 3876, Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars will have a special busi business
ness business meeting tomorrow at 7:30

at the Post Home in Cristobal. On
the agenda for the evening will be
election of officers and Post Com Commander
mander Commander G. Bonzoumet will have
the Post Christmas Committee re report
port report to the members of the post
their plans for spreading good
cheer to the less fortunate of Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Pan-American
Festival Chorus
The Pan-American Festival

Funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Corozal Chap Chapel
el Chapel for the late ArchiboW Thome,
who died yesterday morning in
Gorgas Hospital after a lengthy
illness.
The 70-year-old Barbadian, a
former resident of La Boca, was
a retired employe of the Marine
Division.
Buses will leave the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Nola Thome
Mullins, on lZih Street, Rio Abajo,
at 12:30 tomorrow.
Mr. Mullitfs is also survived by
another daughter, Mrs. M. Thome
Ray, and Fuy, Orlando, Lloyd,
Llewellyn, Claude and Van, in ad addition
dition addition to several grandchildren.

Tip: CI Job
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. Dec.
20 (UP) A seven-foot Santa
Claus which disappeared from a
front lawn here last week weekend
end weekend mysteriously returned yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The only change in the dum dummy
my dummy Santa was a high polish on his
boots.

Chorus will meet this evening at
7:30 in the auditorium of the USO USO-JWB.
JWB. USO-JWB. Building, La Boca, Road,
Balboa. All members are urged to
attend as this will be the last re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal for the TV and For Ama Amador
dor Amador Service Club Programs. Any Anyone
one Anyone planning to participate in ei

ther program and who is unable

to be present this evening, should

notify the Secretary at Balboa 2 2-3464
3464 2-3464 no later than Friday so that
adequage transportation can be
arranged.

NEW CREDIT UNION: Pictured above are the newly-elected officers of the Credit Union
of the St. Mary's Academy Alumnae Association, on the occasion of the first General Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of the Union. From left to right, seated: Raquel Castillo, President; Cecilia Salazar, Vict
President; Milka Bilgray, Treasurer; Elvira Ayarza, Secretary; Carmen Ender, General Man Manager.
ager. Manager. Standing: Father John King, CM., Chaplain Luzmllda Ceballos and Cecilia Hooper, of
ths Education Department of the National council of Cooperatives; and Adolf o Arrocha M.,
Executive Secretary of the National Council of Cooperatives.

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1957 US Soil Bank Payments
To Farmers To Be Much Higher

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP) (UP)-Averaee
Averaee (UP)-Averaee soil bank payments to

farmers in 1957 will be consider considerably
ably considerably higher than in 1956 even

though base unit rates remain tne
same.
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age soil bank payment for wheat
in 1956 was $8 ah acre. In 1957, it
will be about $20.04. However, the

base unit rate per busnei tor eacn
year was $1.20,

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The higher 1957 payments are

explained by three provisions of

wheat was up by mowing, or oth

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was paid on the basis o an ap appraised
praised appraised yield but not less than $6
an acre.
Not in Effect Now
These provisions are not in the
soil bank, as of now, for 1957 nd
subsequent years. There will be
no aonraised vie'kU in 1957 ait

there were in 1956. Th yield will

be based on average production.
Therefore, the so-called droiicht

relief benefits of the soil bank are

Tu v ii r TV Tltim benefits of the soil bank are
the sod bank law as applied to the not gcneduled to cut into the 18$

1956 crop. I wheat oavments to lowfr t.h iu.

Ihese provisions stipulated that: erage as they did in 19M
1 A formal' i;hrt rtiH nm nlanr m

nn annrniGjrf vio He ufah

a farmer planted either v .oJrX ".iL

mine wheat and it was LIT' j VJi T L."C w; "-

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ral tobacco, tJ0. The 1957 fateai
"l based on announced viHs ar

hMsed on an .nnraUnd v Pi 1 ht ii. 00 t0n.' W-Wl rice,

j iwo.in iiue-curea tobacco S255 42-
not less than $6 an acre. "irr T3''

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and rice will be based on an av average
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rate to be established for each
crop. While the county rates will
vary considerably t.hiv n ..,JT

age out to about the national rate

me crop, tteiitive productiv productiv-iiL
iiL productiv-iiL d.lsta"ce, from markets, and
ft" local Prices will deter deter-county
county deter-county rtE From these
fnr lyavfAge Pyment rate,
lor each of th th.. l. :J7

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causing him to fall into shrubs, be

said. Then when he was flat on
his back, he said, toe dog bit him
on the left forearm.

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THE PANAMA AMERICA AH rVDFPEVPPNT DART NEWSPAPER
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Sailings

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ner will be from 45 to 9 p.m. sailed from New York for Cris-

urofy Mk and the dance, with music by An-1 con yesterday arternoon witn

Plans telo Jasoe win continue from 9 ii aaaaengers. many or tnem 10-

hristmas party for all local ontu 4 a.m. Admission is by eal residents and students re-

There are 40 passengers booked
for Port-au-Prince. Haiti.
The Cristobal is sailing from
New York one day ahead of

schedule and will arrive In Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal on Christmas Day.
The complete advance passen passen-ger
ger passen-ger list for Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Abrams. Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Arcaro and
son, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Battle, I
Mr. and Mrs. Irvinff BerlciOhftm-

uunng uecemner wnen cm-Ken i mer, Dr. and Mrs. Isadore Bog

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children will be held from invitation only

o'clock Sunday evening, at

the Chung Wah Rung Soo Han.
After T o'clock the party will
take an adult turn, and there will

be dancing, priies and games for,
Sr2rVnUP?mrl dance nas CHICKIN SOUaSM MIXTURE
.mSHiv Vr IMAKIS FINE WINTER DISH

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NIA Pood and Markets Editor

and squash are so abundant, try

this agreeable combination of
them both.
Chicken in Acorn
Saeath Shells
( servings)

t the Hotel Washington. The din,'

Han Confesses
To Killing J Boys,
But Cops Doubtful
nmAkfin nr oe itIP Er-

ct..A uikn1 intn a do-' Four acorn squash, V4 cup but

lice station at 3 a.m. today and ter or margarine, V4 cup chopped
cave officers a statement saying onion. cup canned sliced mush mush-he
he mush-he aiidr"some other men" mur- rooms, cup flour, 2 tablespoons
Sered three young boys whose I (6 teaspoons) golden brown pre pre-4nnA
4nnA pre-4nnA in a forest pre-iiared mustard, 1 teaspoon salt,

rve near Chicago 14 months a- H teaspoon pepper, shake cayenne
serve near imcago j pepew, 1 cup chicken broth, 1 cue Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Haw

Police said Staad told them his light cream, 2 cups cooked diced

conscience bothered mm .uu
cave them a three-page statement

hAiiT. me siavuiK

uslaw, Matthew H. Bowcock. Mrs.

Mary Jane Boyle.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Co Cohen,
hen, Cohen, Fred M. Dearing, Mr. and
Mrs. John Diamond, Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Di Norcia and 3 children,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Doxey
and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Alvin Fidanque. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Freedman. Mr. Stanley C.
Garnlss. and Mr. and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold N. Grey. 1

chicken, grated cheese (sharp

Cheddar).

To prepare squash: Cut squash

iKn shuessler 13, his brother, jin hah crosswise; remove seeds
John acnueswrr, ". ,, .iVi n. ..h t,.

Anton, 11, ana nooeri,
13.
Police said they did not know
whether to believe his tale. Chief
of Detectives Pat Deeley sent a
special squad to investigate and
check the' statement.
According to authorities Staad
said he smd the other men put
the three boys in a tar, took them
to Robinson's Woods, and beat
them to death.
Detectives who have made a
tpecial study of the case question-

ed staaa mtensiveiy uui wcip iw iw-committal
committal iw-committal about the results
They said when they asked him
about the tape which marks on
the bedies showed had been used
to bind the boys, Staad replied
'What tape?" t
Staad, police records showed,
had been arrested four times since
1946 on minor counts, and once
had been sent to a psychopathic
ward for treatment.
B47s Getting Round,
(Round Globe, Y'no)
In SAC Operations

BTCNVER. Dec. JO (UP) One

thousand B47 jet bombers flew

non-stop missions averaging a.uuu

miles each eany in veeenroer m

the Strategic Air Command's larg

est operational exercise, it was re

vealed yesterday.
Gen. Nathan F. Twining, A i r
Force chief of staff, told the ca cadet
det cadet corps at the Air Force Acade Academy
my Academy that the "intensive exercise,"
which ended Dec. 11, consisted of
"realistic combat training mis missions"
sions" missions" over the North American
continent and the Arctic.

The B47's flew a total of 8 mil

lion miles, Twining said, in a "dra "dramatic
matic "dramatic example of our deterrent
air power... These missions dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated our capability to launch
a retaliatory strike force in mini minimum
mum minimum time."
Twining delivered the first an annual
nual annual Wright Memorial Lecture to
the cadets, at their temporary
quarters on Lowry Ajr Force1

Base. The cadets will move to the
permanent academy site near Col Colorado
orado Colorado Springs in 1958.
Twining said he believed the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union has a bigger air force
than our own, but ours i sbetter.
He recalled that in November,
the SAC flew eight BS2 jet bomb bombers
ers bombers on simulated missions around
the whole North American conti conti-nent
nent conti-nent with some of the bombers
flying 17,000 miles non-stop.

ana sprinkle with salt. Turn up

side down in a shallow pan. Add
water to a depth of Vt-inch. Bake
in a moderate oven (375 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 45 minutes or until
tender.
To prepare filling: Melt butter;
add onion and mushrooms and
saute until onions are yellow.
Sprinkle flour over mixture and
blend well.
Add prepared mustard, salt and
peppper and cayenne and blend
well. Gradually add chicken broth
and cream and cook over medium
heat until thick, stirring

constantly.

Add diced chicken. Fill squash

with chicken mixture; top with
grated cheesea nd bake in a mod

erate oven (350 degrees F.) about
25 minutes or until ipping hot.

If you are looking for a brightly

colored fruit pie, here's another

combination answer:
Cherry Peach Pie
Three-quarters cup sugar, u

cup flour, 1 package pastry mix,

1 No. 303 can sour pitted red cher

ries, drained (reserve V cup liq liquid),
uid), liquid), V& teaspoon red vegetable
food coloring for deeper, richer

color.
One cup sliced canned peaches,

drained, Vi teaspoon almond ex extract,
tract, extract, Vi cup juice from canned

cherries, 3 tablespoons butter.
Mix sugar and flour; v sprinkle
1-3 of mixture in 8-inch pastry pastry-lined
lined pastry-lined pie pan; Mix Vegetable food
coloring to drained cherries, and
place them and the peaches in

pan.

Add almond extract to cnerry

juice, and sugar if desired. Pour
over fruits. Sprinkle with remain

ing flour-sugar mixture and aot
with butter. Make lattice top crust
and flue edge.
Bake In hot oven (450 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 10 minutes, then in mod

erate oven (350 degrees F.) 25

minutes.

thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard

Hoffman and 2 children, Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Howatt, Mrs. Emily
Hughson, Samuel S. Hyams, Mrs.
Jeanette Kamins.
Miss Genevieve M. Law, Mr.
and Mrs. John Lawson, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Levington. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur S. Lichten. Louis Lieb Lieb-man,
man, Lieb-man, Mrs. G. McPhilips. Mr. and
Mrs. Osmond L. Maduro and 2
children, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ma Ma-thewson,
thewson, Ma-thewson, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Messina and 2 children, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold A. Mogni, Miss Ar Ar-lene
lene Ar-lene M. Mogni, and Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Morford.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 3. Oliver
and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pru Pru-ltt,
ltt, Pru-ltt, Mrs. C. D. Rahmer, George
Rand, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rebecchi

Defecting US Prof
Says Russia Offers

More Opportunities
MOSCOW. Dec. 20 (UP)-A for former
mer former American professor who de defected
fected defected to the Soviet Union last
, week said today he left the United
States because Russia offered
.greater opportunities for research

in his field.
Orest Stephen Makar, 47, flew
to Moscow with his wife, Alex Alexandra,
andra, Alexandra, after renouncing their
American citizenship in a letter

to the U. S. embassy in Stock Stockholm.
holm. Stockholm. Tn an interview mihlished todav

in the newspaper Sovietskaya ros ros-sia,
sia, ros-sia, he said he decided to leave
the United States because "only
in the Soviet Union are there such
opportunities and conditions for
research in Geodesy, a science to

which my life Is devoted.

Geodesy, used in map making,
U a hrnnrh nf mathematics used

to determine the exact position of
areas on the earth's snrface.
(Makar was employed by the
University of St. Louis as a teach teacher
er teacher of surveying In the civil engi engineering
neering engineering department from Sep

tember 1854 to August 1956. The
university said his teaching was
unsatisfactory and did not renew
his contract. A native of the Uk Ukraine,
raine, Ukraine, he entered the United States
about 1950 and became a citizen
Oct. 7, 1955.) s

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Georgia Continues Efforts to Alibi
Barring of Negro From Law School

ATLANTA Dec- 20 (UP -Trial
of a Negro' suit for admission
to the University of Georgia law
school was ready for final argu arguments
ments arguments today but they may be de de-x
x de-x layed until after Christmas.
Federal District Judge Frank
Hooper said he would rule this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon whether to recess for the
Christmas holidays until Jan. 3
- and quipped, "We don't want but
; one more Christmas to intervene
" before this case is closed."
The Negro, It-year-old Horace
We, has been in litigation over
'. his right to enter the law school
almost since he first applied in

323 34th St., NE;
223 34th SI., NE!
Aw, Heck, Read On
I WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
! Oil deliveryman Robert Hardin',
i could not understand why he did
I not hear any "tank-ful" noises.-
So he and his true anver, n
bert Green, pumped another 10)
gallons of fuel oil into the intake
pipe outside the two-story house.
But he still didn't hear any of
those old familiar "tank -full"
whistling noises that tell the vet veteran
eran veteran oil deliveryman it's about
time to stop pumping.
So Harding and Green pumped
In another 100.
By then the oil truck gauge
read 385 gallons. But the order
called for filling a 135-gallon tank.
As Harding explained later, he
realized there was "something
wrong."
Then he noted another thing
about that order: It called for de delivery
livery delivery of oil to 323 34th St. NE.
And what do you know the
number on this house where he
was delivering the oil was 223 34th
St. NE.
, Harding and Green left to con con-'
' con-' suit higher authorities at Griffith
Consumers Co. Mrs. Charles Go Go-ber
ber Go-ber of 223 34th St. Ne. arrived.
The house seemed to smell of
oil. Mrs. Gober investigated. She
found 385 gallons of oil five inches
deep covering the floor of her cel cellar
lar cellar recreation room.
Obviously there was some mis mistake.
take. mistake. The Gobers don't have an
oil burner. The tank was removed
eight years ago. Only that old in in-ke
ke in-ke pipe remains.
Firemen were already- swab swabbing
bing swabbing the floor when workers from
Griffith Consumer! arrived- with
more mop.
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The state of Georgia, and its u
niversity regents as defendants in
Ward's suit yesterday afternoon,
completed their attempt to prove
Ward was not denied admission
because he is a Negro.
The case, first legal attack an
segregation of higher education
in Georgia's state institutions to
com to trial, is considered ono
of the toughest integration tests
in the South.
Entry requirements were beefed
as a result of an independent stu study
dy study of the school's methods.
The regents, defendants In the
suit were prepared tos pend the
remainder of their time in federri)
court attempting to show that his
efforts to break down segregation
had nothing to do with regulations
that were put in force after he
first applied In the summer of 1950.
Ward's attorney's rested their
case in the non-jury trial in fed federal
eral federal court after attempted to
show that Ward complied, in eve
ry academic respect with univer university
sity university regulations. His lawyers ar argued
gued argued that he was rejected simply
because of his race.
Eden is Rebuked
At Voting Booths
But Supporter In
LONDON, Dec. 20 (UP)-Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden's Con Conservative
servative Conservative Party today won a slim
victory in a by-election that had
overtones of a shaky vote of con
fidence In his buez policy.
Conservative candidate Miss
Mervyn Pike, director of a potte pottery
ry pottery firm, gained a thin majority
of 2,362 votes over opposition Lab Lab-orite
orite Lab-orite E.J. Masters in a by-election
at Melton Mowbray in the hunting
county of Leicestershire 100 miles
north of London,
The previous Conservative mal-
ority was 10,780 votes but that
was a general election and heavy
fog cut down the voters turnout
yesterday to a little more than 56
per cent of the electorae.
The Melton Mowbray seat was
left vacant by the resignation of
Minister of State Anthony Nutting,
who represented this district be before
fore before he walked mi nf tha mmni.
ment in protest over Eden's Suez
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Bankman, Fireman
Foil Heist Artist
With Own Gun
ALBEMARLE, N. C, Dec. 20 -(UP)
A auick-thinkinv official

and an off-duty fireman foiled a
would -be hold up at a savings
and loan office tnrlav iwt .Ao
holdup man was captured with his
own gun as ne fled In panic.
The fireman. Pet
the mans sawed-off shotgun
dropped as he hnitoH
street in flight from the offices of
me Aioemane Home Builders'
Assn. Furr shouted tn tha m,n
stop, and captured him after a
one-block chase.
The man, tentatively identified
by police as Leslie fireon .hw
35, entered the office shortly after
ii a.m. ana asKed to see treas treasurer
urer treasurer and manager Henry Harris.
In Harris' office, tha man niiai
the sawed-off shotgun from be-
neam nis overcoat.
'He told me to keep talking
normally, saying 'This Is a hold holdup,'"
up,'" holdup,'" Harris said. "He told me
to tell the girls to bring the money
in."
While Harris and th
were talking one nf th tVmaU
ployes came to the private office
to tell Harris he was wanted on
the telephone. Harris stepped out,
slammed the door in the gunman's
lace and ran out the rear door
shouting for help.
The startled Bunman than nan.
icked and fled from the building,
dropping nis overcoat and shot shotgun.
gun. shotgun. Furr picked up the gun and
began the chase.
Po ire sain the man hail reen
tered as Green at the Hotel Albe Albemarle
marle Albemarle anrl harl heen in rnum "fnr
the nasi several rlava Thav H
he had been "casing" the office
and apparently had planned to today's
day's today's holdup attempt well in ad advance.
vance. advance. Pnliee arrived a few minute af
ter he surrendered to Furr. A
large crowd gathered as Furr held
the man at the point of the shot shotgun
gun shotgun until police arrived.
'JJ. Airman In Italy
Killed When Car
Skids Info Ditch
UDINE, Italy, Dec. 30 (UP)
A U.S. Air Force pilot was killed
and another gravely injured
here yesterday when the car In
which they were driving skidded
into a deep ditch in an attempt
to avoid a truck.
The name of the pilot killed
was withheld by American of
ficials here until next of kin
were informed. The Injured pi pilot
lot pilot was identified as John G.
Heinen, 21, of Osborne, Kansas.
One of the two Italian girls in
the car at the time of the acci accident
dent accident was instantly killed while
the other was hospitalized in
critical condition. The girl who
lost her life In the accident was
Lucia de Luca, 10, of Udine. The
other girl was Anna Maria Ro Ro-manin,
manin, Ro-manin, 24, of nearby Borniavol-
tri,
The two Americans were at attached
tached attached to the 629th Squadron of
the U.S. Air Force based at
Udine.
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP)
Two major electric brain centers
will be set up to track the earth's
first man-made satellite.
The National Academy of Sci Sciences
ences Sciences announced last night that
the electric brains will be located
here arid in Cambridge, Mass.
Dr. Joseph Kaplan, chairman of
the U.S. committee for the Inter International
national International Geophysical Year, said
the Naval research laboratory will
establish the Washington comput
ing and analysis center. The Cam
bridge operation will be conduct
ed by the Smithsonian Asrophy-
sical Observatory.
Tha two station! apparently
will bear the bulk of work In
observing the man-made moon
as it speeds around the earth at
a ipted of 110,000 miles an boor,
circle tha earth in an orbit 200 200-The
The 200-The baikatball-sixe mew will
300 miles away at its nearest to
earth point to seme 100-1,500
miles at its farthest point.
The electric brains will quickly
translate information fed to them
so that scientists can know where
the satellite is at all times and
where it is heading.
The satellite will be launched
by a three-stage rocket sometime
New Books
More than 500 brilliant new
ideas for all kinds of wonderful
decorations for Christmas, Eas Easter,
ter, Easter, birthdays, Thanksgiving and
all possible social gatherings are
Included in "Party Decorations
for Christmas and Other Occa Occasions"
sions" Occasions" which was one of the
books placed in circulation this
week by the Canal Zone Library.
Written by Mrs. Patricia Eas-
terbrook Roberts, floriculturist,
designer, and flower decorator,
the book reveals not only her
unique but the practical knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of how to make the most
of any occasion that calls for
flower decoration, how to have
fun, and how to cut corners on
cost.
The titles and authors of the
books announced by the Library
this week follows non-fiction:
Toward a Mature Faith, Good-
enough, The True Meaning of
Christmas, Sheen; Graphic pres presentation
entation presentation Simplified, Lutz; Ships
of Steam, Buchanan; Treasury
of the World's Coins, Reinfeld;
Party Decorations for Christmas
and Other Occasions, Roberts;
Best Plays of 1055-1056, Krone-
berger; Three Geishas, Yamat
and A History of the English English-Speaking
Speaking English-Speaking Peoples, Churchill.
Fiction: The Reward, Barrett;
Russian Roulette, Bloomfield;
Christmas for Ted, Miller; The
Tribe that Lost its Head, Mon-
sarrat, Family Party, Q'Hara;
Marrv Christmas. Mr. Baxter,
Streeter; and Farewell to Valley
Forge, Taylor.
Added to the Panama Collec Collection:
tion: Collection: Electrical Testing and
Trouble-shooting, Green.
Jef Crash Lands,
Hits Fuel Truck;
Hon, Rockets OK
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 20 (UP)
An Air Force F-86D jet fighter
carrying live rockets crashed into
a fuel truck on a taxi runway at
the greater Pittsburgh airport last
i"ght. ..
Tha niiot and two airmen in tne
truck jumped to safety. Demoli Demolition
tion Demolition crews deactivated the rockets
before flames engulfed the craft.
The collision closed down civili
an and military operations at the
terminal for a half hour.
Lt. Earl K. Bradley, Air Force
public information officer, said the
jet had returned from a routine
training mission and was taxing
towards a parking ramp when its
left wing struck the fuel truck.
The left wing tank exploded in
flamesi
Bradley described damage to the
plane as "substantial." The fuel
truck sustained slight scorch dam
age, he said. j
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Circles Our Earth
during the 10 months beginning
next July 1. Rocket tests prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary to the actual launching were
conducted Dec. 8 at the Air Force
missile testing center in Floridr.
Kaplan said the Washington com
puting and analysis station wil
nanoie information provided by the
satellite's radio tracking system.
The Cambridge station will be for
data received from the optical ani
visual observation programs.
Cheu Confident
Sino-Burmese Row
To Be Solved Soon
RANGOON, Dec. 20 (UP)
Chinese Communist Premier
Chou En-lal left here todav for
Pakistan with a prediction that
Sino-Burmese border troubles
would be peacefully solved soon.
cnou spent ten days on a good
will tour of Burma, and he and
Burmese premier u Ba Swe
traveled to Manashih in the
heart of the trouble district for
a conference with representa
tives of the border peoples. A
joint communique Issued today
said the border conference
"brought the problem nearer to
a solution satisfactory to both
countries."
Pressed by newsmen at the
airport, Chou said another state statement
ment statement on the subject would be
issued "not before long."
The old border dispute
heated up again some months
back when Red Chinese troops
were reported to have occupied
more than Burmese territory a-
long some 300 miles of border
and up to 60 miles deep inside
Burma. The Burmese govern government
ment government expressed concern over the
problem at that time.
Eccentric Kills 3,
Wounds 2, Kidnaps
1; Finally Caught
A Ml AT A TnrI Tier 5fl flTPI
An eccentric who was so afraid
of being shot that he stuffed pil
lows under his clothes to Keep
the bullets from hurting" killed
three of his neighbors, wounded
two more and kidnaped a small
child before he was captured by
125-man posse early today.
The child was unharmed.
Merlin McNaughton, 40, was
found cowering in his home in the
little hamlet of Ray near here
after terrorising his neighborhood.
McNaughton left his home at
about 10:30 o'clock last night
carrying a .45 caliber pistol and
a .30 caliber rifle. His clothes
were stuffed with pillows to shield
him against the attack he feared.
Police said McNaughton appar apparently
ently apparently went next door first. He
slipped through an unlocked door
into the home of Merwin Forester,
40, and shot him dead with bullets
through the head and chest.
Then McNaughton went to the
home of the neighbors on the other
side of his house. He entered
through a door left unlocked for
two children who were out late
Police said McNaughton found
r and Mrs. Preston Bradley,
both 38, asleep. McNaufihton open
ed fire with the .45. He wounded
Mrs. Bradley critically. Bradley
leaped from his bed and wrenched
tne gun from McNaughton's hand.
McNaughton then dropped Brad Bradley
ley Bradley with a rifle blast. The wound
was not considered serious.
Police said the gunman then
seised the Bradley's four-year-old
daughter. Xaterine. and
her into the night.
Police from Indiana and nearby
Michigan searched the Hamlec for
two hours hefov t.hu fm,ni it.
Naughton and his little captive.
Thev thought at. that tim tk.t
me aeaw score was one killed
ana iwo wounded. But late today
the bullet. rirlrlUri hnHi. r cv.J
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Peterson, 52, and his son, Roland,
24, were found in another home
m the neighborhood
This laid nnlina in
l r v a uiuiuugn
, - muk in, mure
bodies were found.
flcniLi ni ,n, iru nor n.. M
Poliea laid VtrK.
---- -"iiui nau ad admitted
mitted admitted nothing and "In his mental
ilata .... J II II I .-T
we uun.t MiinK ne ever will.
Prosecutor Seeks
Death Penalty
For Dope Pushers
. NEW vnnir n. n
- w-.. avv jr) A
govern mnt
:r iw nicn maiciea under
the new narcotics control act.
Elrov J
J. Visconti, 26, were -arrested in
Dec. 4 on charges that they sold
1180 in heroin to two teen-agers
Thaw mm. : i : .
-e inaiciea loaay.
The twn tutv fh.- --u a
-" - wwi amu uie nar nar-COtlC
COtlC nar-COtlC to an tifirirnvi. .j i
narcotics agent who arrested all
fntiw Tk. 1
vu. iwo ooys are cnarged
with violating the federal juvenile
A a), nm ......
uiunfuniLjr ail.
Under the new naroMlaa
.... wv,
Komero and Vixrnnti fc mn
datory 10 years to life sentence
ana a maximum tine of 20,000 if
convicted. The trial iurv omiM nr.
der the death penalty. Romero
and Visconti said they will plead
innocent to the indictment tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Assistant U. S. Attv Mai.
eolm Monroe wilf prosecute the
ease.

Aj, porce Qfo Set To MaSS-ProduCe

Long-Range Supersonic Missile

WAKHTNCTrfW TUi 9ft cl!P
The Air Force is preparing' to
launch big-scale production of a
long-range supersonic missile to
supplement we nation s an De Defenses,
fenses, Defenses, informed sources said to
dav.
I TU Mainoila lrnnti.H at T3a 4
will team up with the Nike and
Talos guided missiles to create a
push button defense in depth
against enemy bomber attacK. to together,
gether, together, the missiles will back up
the nation's interceptor plane
force.
The Bom arc. powered bv two
ram-jet engines, is believed to
have a ranop nf ahnnt 2000 miles.
It is produced by Boeing Airplane
co., aeattie, wasn.
A hint of the forthcoming pro production
duction production order was contained in a
recent Boeing announcement that
it had taken option on a rora
nlant at Richmond. Calif and also
on land near Dublin, Calif., as po potential
tential potential sites for missile production.
Defense sources also disclosed
that Air Force now is surveying
operational sites for firing the
Bomarc.
The Air Force has not yet re received
ceived received congressional authorization
for Rnmarc sites. It is expected
to request such authority in the
new budget which President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower will send to Congress
next month. It prooaoiy win db
at least another year before the
Bomarc is ready for operational
use, however.
The Rnmarc will he the lone
arm of the missile defense sys
tem. U an enemy bomber pene penetrated
trated penetrated the Bomarc defenses, it
would then have to face a defen defensive
sive defensive shield of Tafos and Nike mis
siles.
According to an official artist's
enncentinn Rnmarc is a long
slender missile with a small delta
wing aft and two ram-jet engines
mounted beneath tne oooy. at is
believed to be armed with air-to-air
missiles, like the modern in interceptor
terceptor interceptor plane, to knock down
enemy bombers.
Defense sources said Bomarc
has! performed successfully in fir
ing tests against arone targets ai
Patrick Air Force Base, Florida.
An Army publication disclosed
meanwhile that in the past year
the Army has increased by 42 per
cent the number of Nike missile
hatt a Hons which euat d the na
tion's principle cities and indus
trial areas.
Under a recent edict by uetense
Cartirv Charl'As K. Wilson, the
, n.i. ...... '. .,
Army is responsible for missile
air defenses up to 100 mues. ine
Air Force controls missiles with
a range of over 100 mues.
Tha increased number of Nike
battalions have been chiefly to
beef up defenses 01 cities now
ou.nfeA rather than to extend the
system to other population cen
ters. Tne Army sam i t"
now i have Nike pr6tection two
more than a year ago.
No Problem Here
WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 (UP)
The Post Office Department Is Issued
sued Issued a pre-Christmas appear to today
day today asking Americans to help
their nnstmen and save tax money
by keeping steps and walks free
of ice.
Acting Postmaster General Mau Maurice
rice Maurice H.' Stans said medical and
ininrv enmnensation to postal em
ployes for injuries on the jpb cost
the government $5,566,928 during
the past 12 montns.
He said a "very large part" of
the injuries were caused by icy
walks and steps.
Grandfather
Clocks
Choice of Cabinets:
Light Mahogany
Dark Mahogany
or bleached
Choice of Chimes
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Pity Santa the Pawn
Soviets Permit Nick
To Visit in Hungary
BUDAPEST. Dec. 20 (UP) -The
Communist government of Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary rehabilitated Santa Claus today.

The old gentleman in the red
cloak and white whiskers reap
peared in shops and department
stores throughout this battle-scar
red city for the first time since
Father Frost, the Christmas sym
bol of Russia, took Santa's place
several years ago.
Santa's appearance was an ob obvious
vious obvious attempt by Premier Janos
Kadar's Communist regime to
placate the still-defiant nation
and restore an air of normality.
For the first time in 10 vears
Christmas trees were set up in
tne city squares. Even more sur surprising,
prising, surprising, Budapest radio broadcast
traditional Christmas songs and
made numerous references to the
Christmas story of Christ in the
manger.
School children were given
Christmas presents for the first
time in years and gaped wide-eyed
at lighted Christmas trees in
meir classrooms.
Christmas trees for home decor decoration
ation decoration were imported bv the thou
sands from neighboring Romania
ana czecnosiovakra. Most of them
were a little scrawnv and sold TVor
nearly $2 a foot, but they spread
the resinous scent of the olf-style
Christmas throughout the city.

PRE-RELEASE
DECEMBER 25

During the filming in Parlf of "Trapeze," Hecht and
Lancaster's Cinemascope color movie about life and h)Ve in
the circus, which will OPEN AT PRE-RELEASE AT THE
CENTRAL through United Artists release, a mysterious
clown appeared on the set one day. He duplicated in make makeup
up makeup and costume Zavatta, the famous Franch comic who is
featured in the film. For a while the identity of this mys mysterious
terious mysterious person caused more excitement that the picture's
stars; Burt Lancaster, Glna Lollobrigida and Tony Curtis.
An alert still photographer solved the mystery by photo photographing
graphing photographing the clown sang makeup. The baggy pants and
wide jacket had covered the most famous figure in the
world Gina Lollobrigida! See "TRAPEZE" ON DECEM DECEMBER
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'n The While House
WASHINGTON, -Dec. 20 (UP (UP-President
President (UP-President Eisenhower today lightj
the national Christmas tree.
The President planned to push a
button at 5:24 p.m. lighting the 67-

foot spruce set up in the ellipse
south of the White House.
Before pressing the button, he
planned to deliver his annual
Christmas message.
The ceremonies 8 scheduled to
be televised and broadcast nation nationally
ally nationally open the third annual Christ,
mas pageant of peace in the na nation's
tion's nation's capital.
The 7-foot spruce from New" Mex Mexico
ico Mexico is decorated with &500 lights
and 1,100 ornaments. Forty-nine
nations are taking part ia the pa pageant.
geant. pageant. The President and Mrs. Eisen
hower have decided to 'celebrate
Christmas in the White. House a a-gain
gain a-gain this year in probably ano Id Id-fashioned
fashioned Id-fashioned family style.
Presidential Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty gave out no de details
tails details in announcing that the first
family will spend Christmas in the
executive mansion. But it is more
than likely that the Eisenhower
children and grandchildren will be
on hand as they were last year.
The White House already p dec decorated
orated decorated With poinsettias, mistletoe,
greenery and Christmas trees in including
cluding including a giant silver-trimmed tree
flanked by a manger j scene In the
east ballroom.
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PARE ELEVEN
Sailor Sends Children Upstairs
Shoots, Kills Young Wife. Self
viously been booked six month
ago on a charge of assault tad
battery for beating his wife. Tpa
charge was dropped so he could
reenlist in the Navy. Investigat Investigators
ors Investigators said the couple apparency
were quarreling before tpa
shootings.
The couple's two children,
Ric '.ard. 8. and Dolores. 4 sold
their father had told them to'go
to their grandmother's apart-
: ment upstairs The grandmother,
iMrs. Catherine Stafford, sum sum-'moned
'moned sum-'moned police when she heard
, three shots just as the children
'arrived..
She said she heard her daogh-ter-in-law's
screams above tnt
noise of a floor waxer operating
on the same floor.
GARFIELD. NJ., Dec. 20
(UP) A sailor cn leave shot
his young wife to death last
night and then took his own
life.
Police said Joseph Stafford. 30;
fatally wounded his attractive
wife Dolores, 25. twir-3 with a
shotgun in the kitchen of their
apartment. He then placed the
muzzle in his mouth and pulled
the trigger.
Stafford, who had told the
couple's two young children to
go upstairs to their grandmother
just before the shootings, was
found slumped in an easy chair,
the shotgun held between his
legs. His brunette wife, wes
sprawled nearby on the floor In
a pool of blood,
A Naval spokesman disclosed
Stafford had in recent months
undergone psychiatric treat treatment
ment treatment In 8t. Albans Naval Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, Queens, N.Y. Stafford was
to return to duty today at Floyd
Bennett Field, N.Y.
Police said Stafford had pre

TKCRSDAY. DECEMBER !t. 1956

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CERAMICS SHOW AT GORGAS Patients on the Chest Service at Gorgas Hospital make a
naclmlento with the figurines they have made themselves. Volunteer worker Mrs. Willis N.
Pence lends a hand. An art exhibit of work by Gorgas patients is being held this week at the
recreation room in the Chest building.

LESSONS IN HOSPITAL Voluntary Red Cross worker Mrs.
Harold Griffin teaches lessons to three young patients in the
Chest Service at Gorgas Ho-pltal. These children are missing
much of their schooling because of their illness, and in this
way they will not be far behind tdelr classmates wren they
return to school.

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the patients on the Chest service at Gorgas. These planes will be on exhibition with other
work of these patients at the, recreation room of the Chest building at Gorgas Hospital.

Pnr-nnratinnc Aren't MaLina ac Murk-

'55 Profits May Dip by Half-Billion

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The government disclosed today

that for the first time in two years

profits of U.S. corporations are
running behind previous year to totals.
tals. totals. They may fall half a billion
dollars below 1955 profits.
The estimate was prepared by
President Elsenhower's Council of
Economic Advisers and made pub public
lic public by the House-Senate Commit Committee
tee Committee on the Economic Report. The
advisers will give a breakdown
later showing in which industries
the decrease occurred.
Dividends Up
The ComhieYtfe Department re reported
ported reported that ddrpwate dividends to
stockholders are- Tunning ahead of
last year, ,:lt said- cash dividends
paid and reported in November
totaled 314.5 million dollars, a 6.5
per cent increase over November
1955. F
This broight dividends paid in
h rst ll months of this year to
t billion dollars, a .12.5. per cent
increase over last year. The full
year's dividend total is expected
to exceed the 1955 record of
$10,435,000,000.
Mr. Eisenhowes's economic ad advisers
visers advisers estimated tnat corporate
profits wefc running at an annual
rate of 40 billion dollars during the
July -September. .quarter of this
year. t ,,
This wa 2. .bUltan dollars less
than the annual rate in the April April-June
June April-June quarter and a drop of 3.5 bil billion
lion billion dollars below the July-September
quarter of 1955. The new
estimate brought the average an annual
nual annual rate for this year to 42.2 bil billion
lion billion dollars compared with 42.7
billion dollars last year.
The 42.2 billion dollar rate also
is about 800 million dollars below
the treasury Department's last es estimate,
timate, estimate, made in August. At that
time the Treasury estimated cor corporate
porate corporate profits this year at 43 bil billion
lion billion dollaars.
Profit 'Squeeze'
As a result of Its August esti estimates,
mates, estimates, the administration had ex expected
pected expected to take in about 70000 mil million
lion million dollars more in taxes than it
spent this year. Both government
spending and tax collections have
been increasing and, until now at
least, revenues have been rising
tester than spending.
However, Treasury Secretary
George M. Humphrey has said

that mounting costs and increased

competition could be expected to
clamp a "squeeze" on profits.
The report on public reported

corporate dividends showed that

manufacturing firms generally en

joyed major advances over last

year. Their increases ranged

from 10 to 20 per cent.

Non-manufacturing corporations,

such as mining, trade, finance,

railroads, utilities and com muni

Eat-in' Beatm
PRINCETON, N.J.'Dec. 20 (U
P) Albert Soil, Princeton Univ
ersity freshman from Philaripl

phia, flowned 11 hamburgers in 10

minutes i uescay to win a contest
"I don't feel hungry anymore,'
he said.

cations showed "moderate in
cwases."

Payments by mining concerns
were nearly one-sixth 'higher thin
in 1955, gas utilities were up about
one-eighth, and finance, communi communications,
cations, communications, electric utilities, trade

and railroads reported cash dlvi
dends lip seven to 10 per cent.

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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INUMNIHUTT DAILY
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2t, 19M
Davie Makes Season Debut On Mound Tonight

PAGE I'M&Lf

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Kansas Ao. J-Afon
Basketball Team

NEW YORK, Dec. 20 JUP) JUP)-Dont
Dont JUP)-Dont beUeve all that guff about
Kansas being a one-man team.
Wilt (The StUt) Chamberlain
may be grabbing all the head headlines
lines headlines for the nation's top-ranked
college basketball team, but it
was Ron Johnston ,a substitute
lorward from Sea Cliff, N.Y.,
who led the jayhawka to a
come-from-behind 66-56 victory
over California Tuesday night.
Kansas fell behind the Bears
In the opening minute and did
not catch up until midway in
the second half when a basket
by Lew Johnston put the Jay Jay-hiwks
hiwks Jay-hiwks ahead, 47-45. It was still
nhiand-tuck until Johnston took
oyer and netted six straight
points to give Kansas a 60-53
lead with less than three min minutes
utes minutes remaining.
Johnston wound up with only
eight points, but ft was his
clutch shooting that turned the
tide for Kansas.
Double-Team Wilt
Chamberlain, meanwhile, was
doutoleteamed by the Bears and
had to settle for 23 points well
below his average 40-polnt out output.
put. output. It was the jayhawks' fifth
straight victory and concluded a
successful three-gam western
tour.
Duke, ranked 16th In thfc
week's United Press ratings,
upset sixth-rated Kentucky,
85-84, on a last minute field
goal by Bncky Allen, while
ninth-ranked St. Lou's beat
sixth-ranked Louisville, 93-77.

Kentucky converted 1 60 per
cent, of its field eoals in open-

inr a sn-4n lead over Duke in em invasion with a 71

tne first nan ana lea py seven, ry vw wickuu pa;ok

points with only two minutes
remaining. However, the Blue

Devils rallied to close the gap
and Allen then came through
with his winning basket.

Billikens Drub Louisvile
Harold Alcorn converted 14 of

15 free throws and wound up

with 30 points in leading St.
Louis to its runaway victory over
Louisville. Charlie Tyra scored

23 points for the Cardinals, wno
absorbed their second defeat in

seven games.

Defending cnampion waae

Forest and Auburn scored nar narrow
row narrow victories In the semi-finals

of the Carousel Tournament at
Charlotte. N.C.. and will meet

tonirtit for the title. Wake For

est edged Florida, 55-53, on free
throws by Dickie Odom and
Jackie Murdock, while Auburn

ninoed St. Joseph's (Pa.). 66-64

on a 30-foot set shot by Henry

Sturkie.

Hamden-sydney, Belmont ad-

bey Mt. St. Mary's and the host

Quantico Marines advanced in

to the semifinals of the Marine

Corps invitational tournament.

Hunri v Held TO Five

Elsewhere. Richmond limited

Rod Hundley to five points but
his west Virginia teammates

tok un the- alack to whin the

Spiders. 105-74: Dayton posted

78-41 victory over touring Los
Angeles State; Bill Ebben's 25
points paced Detroit to an 81-68
triumph over Toledo; DePaul

turned back Wichita, 71-61.

Indiana rolled to a 93-80 vic victory
tory victory over LaSalle; Georgia Tech
defeated Georgia, 80-58; Mis Missouri
souri Missouri opened a four-game West

ern invasion with aJ&Ml victo

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MAJOR ITEM Tennessee's

Johnny Majors, voted back of
the year, will make his last col college
lege college appearance against Baylor
in the New Orleans Sugar Bowl,
Jan. 1.

SHORTS

Athletic Club, Balboa High
Basketball Finale Tonight

GB

Pet
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Teams Won Lost
Carta Vieja 4 3
Chesterfield 3 3
Cerveza Balboa 2 3

TONIGHT'S GAME
At Panamd7:30 Chesterfield (Davie 0-0)
vs.
Cerveza Balboa (Arthurs 0-0)
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Ponam6: Cerveza Balboa 6, Carta Vieja 0

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nm between Tennessee fend Bay

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sponsor of the Sugar Bowl, an announced
nounced announced yesterday that Tennessee's

allotment of 14,170 tickets for the

New Year's Day classic nave been
sold.

Mary's Calif, downed, Wyoming,

TIP

NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (TJPV-IB
the opening line of odds for the

National Football League

pionship game between the Chi

cago Bears and the New York
Giants, the Bears were installed
three and one-half point favorites
The game will be played Dec. 30
at Yankee Stadium.

By HERBERT MOISE

COLON It may be a bit too

soon to start but many Carta Vie

ja rioters are chanting the old dit

ty of "Over There" and empha

sizing the phrase "for the Yanks
are Coming." This particular piece

of hilarity is causeaV by the fact
that the Carta Vieja Yankees de

feated the Chesterfield Smokers

and their star pitcher Humberto

Robinson Tuesday and ; so moved

out front of the pack in the some
what young season.

In a fore-game commentary, we
stated Wat this battle will be one

to be remembered figuring that

the pitching duel between Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Evans Killeen that should

have developed would bt an excit
ing affair, but once again base

ball statistics and figures failed to

the normal and natural

chamjfcuiow

course

.

In our pre-game prediction we

mentioned a CV victory by a
"double or nothing" score but ln ln-stread,
stread, ln-stread, Robinson's unusual wild wild-ness
ness wild-ness and tough breaks carried the

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score to a "triple or nothine" oro-

portion, Carta Vieja winning by a
9 to 3 score.

Manager Shantz. injured during

the game, shuffled his lineup for
the first time this season and

ave as his reason his desire to
ave "my men who are hitting

bonched together for better run

production.'' This new look seems

to give the team better balance balance-thus
thus balance-thus giving Billy our accolade on

his first maior managerial move.

Aftei he suffered a split finger

which required three stitches, Bil

ly gave the reins of the club to
the veteran Joe Tumineili who did

creditable job until Billy came

back to the park. Shantz told us
that he will V ready for Sunday's

eame in Colon. Watching Tom fat

ton was a particular thrill sensing

at the same his vast improvement

Press box occupants got a pre preview
view preview of the "Hector Lopez" Plaque

which will be given to this worthy

ballplayer during a special pre-

came ceremony at the Colon Mu

nicipal Stadium next Sunday at 10

a.m.

Brazos Brook

Club Championship

Tourney Pairings
CHAMPIONSHIP PLIGHT
Galindo vs French
Eder vs Hamlin
Huldtquist vs Gump
Raymond vs Puller
Mathieson vs R. Brown
Maduro vs McGilberry
Armitage vs Moreland
Hnverson vs Hause

Losers in first round become
First Flight.
SBCOND FLIGHT
Compton vs Zazzali
Goss vs Stirewalt
Day vs Richmond 1
Prioer vs Kemp
THIRD PLIGHT
Duncan vs Nordstrom
Roth vs Williams
E. Bell vs D. Francey
Kenway vs Meehan
SOURTH PLIGHT
Staats vs Ferro
Selman vs D. Brown
Toledano vs Wainio
FIFTH FLIGHT
Humphreys vs DeRaps
Leigh vs Bucolo
Reed vs Pretto
Noonan vs D. Bell
McDermott vs Nunez

Unofficial League's
Tetm

Junior College
Balboa A.C.

Balboa High
Cristobal High

Standings
W L Pet.

6 2 .750
4 2 .666
3 5 .375
1 5 .166

Tonight at the Balboa Gymna

sium the Balboa Athletic Club

Kama will meet the Balboa High

School Baulidogs in their season's
tinaie. The plue-clad Kams will be
attempting to recover from their
close and crucial loss to the JC

Green wave this past Tuesday niaht

in which they lost by four-ooints.

48-44. The Rams have defeated

the Bulldogs twice this season.

But, the fired-up BHS five are
fresh from a high-scoring triumph
over the league champions. Junior

Last Friday nieht the Bullrines

completely subdued a bewildered
JC contingent bv

score oi 86-57. There is no doubt

in anyone's mind that the Bull.

nogs win be seeking to achieve

me same results against the AC
Rams tonight.
Tonight it will be the fast-break
offense of the Athletic Club pitted
against the rebounding ability and

ano n ii7 01 younger

" Duuuojs. ii me Bulldogs can
hit the basket the wav thsv Hiw

gainst Junior College last Friday

I, we nimt win nave to go
gjgt "Pat victors over the

jjiali live.

Stanley Arthurs Opposes
Righthander In Opener

Of Three-Game Series

By J. J. Harrison Jr.
The Chesterfield Smokers, how one-half noma K.

hind the front-running Carta Vieia Yankees and one-half

game ahead of last place Cerveza Balboa, begin a three three-game
game three-game series with the Beermen tonight at the Olympic Sta-

aium wirn a single contest, winding it up with a double double-header
header double-header tomorrow niqht.
Only one and one-half games now separate the three
teams in the Pro League because fast night righthander
Ronnie Sheetz of the Beermen aave un three simlet. an

centerfielder Johnny Glenn powered two two-run homers

ror rne Beermen to blank the Yankees 6 to 0.

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The Rams will be counting on
the back-board control of their
towering center "Si" Binit.T

6' 5" rebounding skill. RarVnnif,!

sorely missed in the Rams loss to
Junior College. "Moss" Nesbitt,
who has been averaging 12-points
pjr game this season, will be the
AC's hope to pour at least 12 12-points
points 12-points through the hoops tonight.
Starting at the other forward posi posi-ion
ion posi-ion will be either Bert Joyce or
Bob Carlin. Together with guards

naney MacArthur and Jerrv

Welch, the Rams are honinv to

put into effect their fast-break

the night. If the Rams can repeat
that can crown them victors for
their fourth-quarter play of the
JC game against the BHS five,
they should come out the victors
and claim a three-game sweep of
the team's encounters for the sea season.
son. season. ..t7io.2pWo will be counting oh
their "Double W's"-Dan Winkosky
and Jack Winklosky, both who
nave been highly effective In con controlling
trolling controlling the backboards for the
Balboa High five. With Lem Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land firing those effective long long-shots
shots long-shots and diminutive Ruiz all over
the COUrt. the Rn11rincr rvin

looking forward to trouncing the

am contingent as they did the
College hoopsters.
The Balboa Athletic Club will
Play their last game of the season
Friday night at the Margarita
Gy mnasium against the Atlantic
tode Um-Sport Hoopsters. This
game will pit some of the top lo local
cal local basketball players fom oth
sides of the Isthmus against each

oiner. This game will not appear

n me nnai unofficial league stand
ings.
Probable Starting Lint-Up
AX. Rams BHS

Nesbitt T Winklosky

iy r Kirkland

Barxowitz C J. Winkloskv

MacArthur G L. Kirkland

Chesterfield will send right

hander Jerry Davie aealnst

Stanley Arthurs, also a righthander.

Beermen manager Leon Kell Kell-man,
man, Kell-man, elated over his team's
impressive showing last night
against the powerful Yankees,
'd today "Maybe we've start started
ed started rolling now."
Cerveza Balboa, whose two

victories have been at the ex expense
pense expense of the Yankees, have fail

ed in two tries to defeat the

smoKers.

who has been a "little worried"
who has been "little worried"

over the anemic batting averag averages
es averages of three of hi "big men," Hal
Grote, Bobby Prescott, and

-II . J V 1 .. 1

rarris, naa tne trio go
through a battlnc drill yester

day at the Stadium. Most of the

team naa tne day off.

Grote, in 15 trip to the
Plate, has a solitary hit for a
.067 avenge; Prescott has
been able to garner only one
base knock In 14 at bats, for
a .076 BA; and Parrls' one-for-u
gives him an average of
091.

Despite those discouraging fig figures,
ures, figures, added to the fact that a
fan sent him a note suggesting
that he "droo dead" after the

yanics scored seven runs in the

sixth lnnlnif off Smnker nlt.nh.

met luesaay mint. COhen sm ed

today as he announced he was

going to play 67, 76 and l in

me lottery Sunday.
A bright spot shining through
the Shioker cloud was that the
club's rightfleld problem ap appears
pears appears to be solved, for the time
being, in the person of Ed Na-
Sleon, who has been hitting the
U at a .333 clip and playing

weu defensively.
Fans at last nla-ht's mma

found it hard to decide who out-

snone me otner Sheets or
Glenn.

, Sheets tare up his first hit
in the sixth to TonyBartftwne,
hie second to vnchhitfer Joe
TuminelH in the eighth, and
his third and last to Bartirome
again, in the eighth.
The righthander allowed four
walks one to Dave Jacobs, two
to Bill Kern and one to losing
pitcher Eli Orba. His strikeout
total was two, both to Rudy
Mayling, who now leads the loop
with 12.
Glenn's first roundtripper
came In the first with 'Herman
Charles on base. The second was
hit in the sixth to bring In
Charles again ahead of him.
Both blasts cleared the left
field fence. The centerfielder al also
so also made three senastional de defensive
fensive defensive plays.
Charles and Bartirome
shared batthw honors with

Glenn with two-for-four. Dutch

Romoerber and pete Taylor fol followed
lowed followed Orba to the mound.

Welch G

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(UP)- Middleweight challenger

dene Fullmer of West Jordan. U

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for his title fight with Champion

Hay (Sugar) Robinson on Jan. 2.

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and Ray Dietrick Tuesday and is

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A.C. Tackles Universal Sports
Tomorrow At Margarita Gym I

Universal Snorts, will nlav hntU

F.

to tne Athletic Club on Friday

mgni at Margarita uymnasium.
This game will start at 6:45 p.m.

and will be the preliminary game
for the Cristobal Tigers final game

against the Junior College.

Basketball fans will get a real

treat on Friday night, and also a

irelook at two of the stronger
earns that will be represented in

the Invitational Basketball Tourn

ament in Balboa on January 3rd.

4th, k 5th. Both teams have a

wealth of Basketball know-how

and experience. Almost all play players
ers players have played in at least one
tournament game before; adding

to the basketball that will be play,
ed at Margarita on Friday night

Universal Sports, winner of the

1953 Junior College Basketball

Tournament, will once again try

to win back the crown. The Atlan

tic Siders. will have height olus

scoring power, but will lack speed.

Such players as Noel Gibson, Bob

oioson Nado Tom. and Arnold

Manning will spearhead the sports
mens' team. Good support will

come from newcomer, Tom Tuck

er and Manuel Perez: with re

serve strength from Hall. Swear

inger and Moser.

The Athletic Club, has already
established themselves as a tourn tournament
ament tournament threat by defeating Balboa
High School, Cristobal, and Junior
College. Most of the scoring will
be provided by Nesbit and Barko Barko-wicz.
wicz. Barko-wicz. Other support will come
from Simons, Welsh, and McAr McAr-thur.
thur. McAr-thur. If the A.C. boys' have their
usual scoring punch and hustle,
you can look for another Pacific
side victory.
The second game of the night
will find the Cristobal Tigers play playing
ing playing the Junior College for the' Sea Seasons'
sons' Seasons' final game. Cristobal will
have Lowe, Hawthorne, Smith and
Tobin playing their final game as
Seniors. Junior College will have
Quezada, Fogel, and Blackall play
ing their last game for the Green
Wave.

Trouble

In The Qlen(n)

Gafor Bowl Bound
Pitt Panthers
Stressing Defense
PITTSBURGH, Dec. (UP)

Pittsburgh's Gator Bowl bound
Panthers stressed defensive drills

for the second straight day today
in preparation for the Dec. 29

clash- with Georgia Tech.
The Panthers started the prac

tice grind Monday and will wind

up Friday when they will begin a
four-day Christmas vacation. A 37-

man traveling squad is scheduled

to leave for Jacksonville, Fla., by

chartered plane Dec. 26.

The Panthers have been seeking

ways to stop Georgia Tech's
vaunted offense which features a
"man-in-motion, plenty of flankers
and a belly series," according to

assistant Coach Ernie Hefferle.

Hefferle said Tech "is the best

team on the Pitt schedule. I've
been saying all year that Tech is

a speed team and there's no sense

i,l changing the estimate now.

They run, run and run."
The assistant coach said the En

gineers have one of the best de

fenses in the nation.

"Tech likes to have four or five
guys tackle the ball carrier," Hef

ferle said. "Any missed assign assignments
ments assignments and it looks like the whole

state of Georgia is in on the

Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb

Patton, c

Wilhelm, as

Phillips, 3b
Jacobs, 2b
Kern, cf ..

Kropf. rf

Mayling, If 3 0

Orba, p i u

Romberger, p .... u 0
Tumineili 1 0

Taylor, p o

Ab RH
4 0 2

0
0
0
0
0
0

Po A

8 0

1

4
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
S

Totals

29 0 3 24

Tumineili singled for Romber

ger In 8th.

Cerveza Balboa

Gordon, lb 3 0 0 12 0
Charles, 3b 4 2 2 2 3
Glenn, ef 4 2 2 5 1
Lopez, 2b 4 0 0 0 3
Kellman, c 3 0 O 2 1
Pinkston, rf 4 13 9
Moore, ss 3 1 1 1 2

Orenald, if ...... 3 112 0
Sheetz, p 3 0 0 0 1

Total

31 6 7 27 11

Score By Inn'hgs

Carta Vieja 000 000 000- 3 1
Cerveza Bal. 200 002 20x 6 7 0

SUMMARY Errors: Phillips.

RBlV Glenn 4, Charles. Earned
runs: Cerveza Balboa, 6. Two
base hits: Charles. Home runs:
Glenn 2. Doubleplays: Glenn,'
Gordon. Wild pitch: Grba.
Struck out by: Grba 5, Romber

ger l, sneetz a. ease on Dans on:

Grba 2. Sheetz 4. Left on base

Carta Vieja 6, Cerveza Balboa 3

Pitchers' record: Grba 6 runs,

hits in 6 2-3 Innings, Romberger

0 runs, 0 hits in 1-3 Inning. WP:
Sheetz (1-0). LP: Grba (1-2).
Umpires: Thornton, Hinda, Wil Williamson.
liamson. Williamson. Time of game: 2:15.

TT



PAGE THJRTEE.1
fiifford Named Winner Of Jim Thorpe Trophy

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Giants' Versatile Halfback Edges Layne
After Polling Of Pro Football Players

A GIANT AMONGST THEM

y MURRAY OLDiRMAH
NEW YORK (NEA) Frank
Gifford of the NewYork Giants
today" was named winner of we
seeond animal Jim ThorpeMemo ThorpeMemo-ral
ral ThorpeMemo-ral Trophy, awarded to the out outstanding
standing outstanding player m professional
football., e tonoje for vMes
with "comeback veteran Bobby
Uyne of Detroit, the wondrously
versatile. Gt halfback U,ered
the choice of the pros themselves
as theif most valuable performer.
Ha will receive the trophy, do-

Kr A u. aoaiaini mm

Inc., fro Harry Grayson,
1mL. f ntca Service, in

more Memorial Stadium during a
televised half-time ceremony at
the Colts-Redikin Dec. 23
The award, decided by a ballot
of every player in the leape, goes
to a law 4o was on the verge
t,t losing his confidence after a
dismal rookie year, an offensive
whii who salvaged his profcareer
by spending a year on defense,

who is just beginning to reach the
peak of his potential after 13
years of play as a high Schooler,
collegian and pro.

sports
Balti-

Praak Gifferd, by Ms own ad admission,
mission, admission, was a nobody until his
senior year at the University of
Southern California. He was quick
enough, but no speed demon; he
was elusive enough, but no spec spectacular
tacular spectacular break-away threat. He
could do a little of everything

run, pass, punt, block, placekick,
defend. When Jesse Hill made him
a tailback in his version of the

multiple offense, Gifford mush

roomed his talents into a tremen

dous all America Senior season.

lie married the campus beauty

queen (later a varga caienaar

girl), became the No. 1 Giant

draft choice, turned down 117,000

from Canada. . and had a re remarkably
markably remarkably mediocre pro debut in

1952. That was when he went to

Kansas Remains
At Top Of U.P.
Basketball List

Um vabv i"um 90 (UP)

The United Press wUege basket basket-bTll
bTll basket-bTll rattogs (with first-place .vote,

and.won-iost recorus uuw

v...., M1 (4-01 327

2! NoS "Carolina (1) () 2
3. Illinois ()
m Cam ITraruMCPn 5-0

5'. Southern Methodist (2) (4-0)201
T..,;..riiu, m (5-1) i1

r ir.tiilrv (4-1

. Kansas State 4-0) f
9. St. Louis (1) (3-1) a
10. Oklahoma AAM (-lV
Second 10 teams 11, Ohio State,
42: 12, low State, 38; 13, We
Vlrainia. 34: 1. st. John's N.Y.

n- is. Canisius. 13; 16 Duke IT;

17, Western KAntu
SJSAS:

Others-Temfele, Oklahoma City

Univ and Alabama. 7 each: Day

St. josepns (fa. j arm

; Sftof HalL Va

aria T5xas. 3 each: mra

Indiana, Niagara, California and
San Jote State, 2 each; Miami
(O.) and North Carolina State, 1

each.

Steve Owen and said. "Put me on
defense nextyeai Coach. Maybe

I can do you some good that
way."
He was so good Owen used him
on defense, and offense the only
two-way back in pro football.
When Jim Lee Howell took over
the Giants in 1954, Gifford set settled
tled settled his 205 poinds into an offen offensive
sive offensive half back slot to stay.

Last year he was voted to his

first all-pro team in NEA's all

player ballot. This year, hshis fmh

in the nfl., he's the tons and the

tribute shows up in the league sta

tistics. He's the only man ever to
rank in the first five in the two
vital offensive departments rush rushing
ing rushing and pass receiving. For a

change of pace, he has also

thrown touchdown passes.

"Rut this," said Gifford when
notified of the Jim Thorpe award,
tops them all. When vou make

All-America, you-don't know who's

doing the picking. Here it's the
players, and you cant imagine the
gratification. I just can't believe

It.

"Why, my wife Marge was tak-

me a nan when I hparH hnnt it 1

I even got up enough nerve to
wake her up and tell her, top."
Gifford tallied 100 points in the
voting to edge Layne's 97. The tow tow-head
head tow-head quarterback of the Lions
made a sensational comeback

irom a lame-armed '35 campaign.

Georgia Tech Gels
Three. Tennessee 2
On All-SEC Team

BIRMINGHAM, Dec. 20 (UP)
5 m i 1 I I

ueorjna iecn piacea mree niayers
and Tennessee got two today on
an Ali Spdtheaatern Conference
football squad picked on the basis

of scholastic acnievemem in cm
leee studies.

Thra nt fha nlevcre eplrrteH

were picked for, the, 1956 United Hrlon Hill, the pass-grabbing end

Press All-SEC squad, tney are emry1 w v-mcaio nears wno won the
Buddy Cruze of Tennessee, end"?"! award last year, was a
Ronald Bennett of Mississippi! rong contender with 71
State and guard Allen Ecker of i
Georg ia Tech. 1 Rot' "e one-man .gang

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the squad are fullback Dickie Mat

ttison and quarterback Wade Mit Mitchell.
chell. Mitchell. The other Tennessee quali qualifier
fier qualifier is tackle Charles Radar.
Six are A students and ill av

erage B or better in their classes.

The team was selectd by ditors
of the American Peoples Ency Encyclopedia.
clopedia. Encyclopedia. Heading the squad with straight
As are Mississippi State's center
Jim Dodd. Georgia's halfback

y, i; i. George Whit ten and Mitchell,

sissippi's halfback Leroy Reed
and Radar.

Cruze, Bennett, Matiison and

er Aave B averages as Mm

entucky's tackle J. T. Franken-

berger.

The book publishers said the
team knocks down the idea that

football stars "are dumb

w struggling for a second division

team, and OIlie Matson, the non nonpareil
pareil nonpareil runner of the Chicago Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, tallied 51.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

And vet if you fiiure the Olympiad victory in terms of pro

pasanda value ... and that was the main idea from the start ... it

must add up to a kick In the pants for the Kremlin hoods.
Certainly the achievement couldn't have come at a worst pos possible
sible possible time for the Reds' pitchmen to hustle, up trade for their
Marxian snake oil in the free countries.
Practiced as they are In the devious, the big liefe and the
double cross, they nevertheless found themselves in a dilemma
from which there was no nlausible esress. If their fine athletes

-testified to the glories of life in the workers' paradise, what did
they have to Say about the bloody tyrannies in Hungary under the

umi rule? Obviously, the less the better.

People have a way of forgetting, even forgiving, the most wan-

ion Druianues. uui in mis case memories uk.wkm ""
were still too fresh, and, world revulsion too articulate, to give
the Red nronaffandists a chance to do their stuff.

The nitehmen were further handieaooed when 46 members of

the Huntririan team, after davs of soul searching, reached the

agonizing decision to renounce their homeland, and turn to the
West for freedom and the start of a new life. People do not make a

custom of fleeinc naradise. celestial or mundane.

We trust the reader will not mistake these references to the

use of sports for propaganda purposes as an unwillingness to re recognize
cognize recognize the proficiency and prowess of the Red athletes. Far from
iL They did a remarkable job.
OBVIOUS ADVANTAGES
We simnlv wish to note that in the Red paradise every human

activity is subordinateUo the state and is artfully manipulated to
serve the' Communistic conspiracy. Even sports, where victory is
defined as a prophetic symbol of an all powerful all conquer

ing people, on the march.
Soviet athletes are state-financed, state-selected, state-trained.
Talent aeoiita continually nrowr the vast land, and whenever a

promisini orosoect is discovered he becomes a state athlete wheth

er h lik-M it or not.

In a country wHere there is no professionalism ... at least, not
as we know It ... star athletes, having no alternative, never de

fect. For Instance, the Soviet hockev team which beat the U.S.A

and Canada last winter, olaved as a unit for seven years. The av

erage Olvmnic team is luckv if it Vets two months practice.

Again this is net meant as an alibi, not in the griping sense of
the term, anyway. It is clear, however, that the Soviet system,
with is unique concept of amateurism, embodies substantial ad advantages
vantages advantages that are not to be found in any similar operation. And
as long as this system remains unchallenged, the Russkies will
continue to lead in medals and points, and by ever increasing
mrfnnan earlier eSsav we Questioned that the Red athletes, cogniz

ant of their semi-slave status, and the contempt in which their

masters are held by civilized people, were capable of prideful
ambition and genuine zeal. An old friend, now in government

work, writini from Melbourne, illuminates the subject.

Requesting that neither his name aor the name of the Red ath athlete
lete athlete whom he quotes be used, he wrote: "We are not concerned
with the honor of the state. Our own honor is the important thing,
and when we lose we do it an injury."
Wf HAD A RINI TRAM
It is difficult to comment oh our second-place finish without
seeming, to disparage the Muscovites victory. Actually our boys,
with 15 firsts and 12 Olympic records in track aad field, the center
ring of the muscle circus, were never better.
We didn't perform as well in some sports as expected, notably
In, swimming, wrestling and boxing", but what beat us ... and what's
fcilg to keep on beating us ... was our failure, amounting in
he Instances, almost to default, in sports and competitions
which have no wide popularity in America.
Gymnastics, for example. We trailed the Reds 17S-1. And even
this was an improvement over '52 in the Helsinki games, when
they schneidered us, 1SI-0. Unless we cn start a stampede to
the horizontal bar. the pOmmeTed horse and the flying rings (Heav

en teid)t We may a woU-give up.

5IS Experts Name 1
Vols' Bowden Wyall

Grid Coach Of Year

NEW YORK. ne tn nm

uowaen wyatt. who riirctwi v.

nessee r volunteers to a perfect

record season yesterday, was

named football coach of the voir

. r'ZKi '""".

uy Dio members ol the American

Football coaches Assn.

wyatt received 171 first place

votes in me pou, conducted an annually
nually annually by the New York World
Telegram and Sun and the
Scripps-Howard newsnaners. Sec

ond place with 110 went to Forest
Evashevski, who directed Iowa to
the Big Ten championship and a
Rose Bowl date.
Rose Bowl date.

Lou lattle of Columbia, winding

up nis coacmng career this year,
ranked third with 79 first olace

votes, many of them admittedly
cast for the sake of sentiment

since Little did not have a good
Uam.
Bud Wilkiiison of Oklahoma's
national champion Sooners was
fourth With 38 votes inf Ar

Parseghian of Northwestern fin

ished fifth with 25 votes. Tommy
Prothro, doing a big rebuilding
ob at Oregon State, rated sixth
with It voves.

Kansas Lopsided Choice
As Top Basketball Team

Louisville and ninth ranked St

Louis. i

With points distributed on a 10-

NEW YORK, Dec. 30 (UP)
Kansas once again was a one-sided
choice as the nation's No. 1
college basketball team in the U U-nited
nited U-nited Press ratings today, while a
dog-light developed for second
place among North Carolina, Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. San Francisco and Southern

'Methodist. ...

i i on s and Oklahoma am,

th nnrnnial Dowers from the

Missouri Valley Conference, made jin iMt week by 98 points
big jumps to join this week's ton;

10 in the rankings oi tne uiuwu biiiikmu move up

Press Board of Coaches.

while Kansas, an easy winner

in its first four games, widened

ws first-place margin to 109 pouus.

its four closest pursuers were sep

arated by only nine pomta.

Al Rosen Ready
To Quit Baseball

CLEVELAND, Dec 20 (UP)

At 31, Al Rosen is all set to say

good-bye to baseball.

Officially, Rosen still is on the
Cleveland Indians' roster but his

retirement announcement is ex
pec ted within fche next two months

The graying, good-looking wosen

9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for votes from has a well-paying job with a Cleve Cleve-first
first Cleve-first to 10th place, Coach Dick land brokerage firih nd has con con-Hark's
Hark's con-Hark's Jayhawks received 327 out ftded to friends he has put in my
Zm nn..;ku -itn nninrc Nm-th last vear l.i baseball. H

CaAlina, Iflinois and San Fraoci? Greenberg bf the IndianslingS to
co trailed with 218, 216 and 214 the hope Rosen may change his

nnlnt rpcnoctivelv and SMU mind

had 209. Kansas led North Caro-

Sports Shorts

MONTREAL (UP) Veteran
Jean Beliveau of the Montreal Ca

nadians nominated the weekly

scoring race oi me National Hock
ey League today with 45 points.

xne second scoring spot was
shared by Detroit pair Gordie
Howe and;fed Lindsay. Howe add added
ed added three goals and two assists to
his scoring card. Lindsay was
credited with two goals and three
assists.' Each had a total of 34

points.
NEW YORkIuP) Forward
Paul Arizin of the Philadelphia

warriors field a slender 10-point
lead today in the race for the Na National
tional National Basketball Association's in-

amauai scoring honors.
The 6-4 star, who finished second
in the sedring race last season,
has collected 200 field goals and

zoo free throws for a total of 600
points and an average of 25 per
game. He leads teammate Neil

jonnston ny 10 points and Bob Pet

m, tne !t. Louis Hawks' scorijg

Zulueta To Go
On Lucrative
European Tour
BOSTON, Dec. 20 (UP) Or Orlando
lando Orlando Zulueta had a lucrative Eu

ropean sojourn in mind today as
the only remaining business be before
fore before an anticipated title bout with

lightweight champion Joe Brown.
The slippery, hard-jabbine Cu

ban figured he earned another

crack at the lightweight crown aft after
er after Monday night's convincing 10 10-round
round 10-round split decision over tough
Larry Broadman. However., he
said he already had made prior
plans for a "big money" bout with
Italy's Duilio Loy in Milan next

Coaches, Favor Kansas

North Carolina. Illinois, San

Francisco and SMU also were un

defeated in collegiate competition

throueh eames played last Satur

day night although the defending
champion Dons were beaten by

the chamDion U.S. Olympk team

Thirty of the 35 leading coaches
who rato the teams weekly for
the United Press picked Kansas
tops in the nation for the second
week in a row. Two coaches made

fifth-ranked SMU their top choice,

and one each voted for riinnerup

North Carolina, swh ranked

Louisville, with 141 points, Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky (115). .Kansas State (92),

St. Louis (66) and the Oklahoma

Aggies (53) completed the top 10

group. The coaches based their
ratings through games of De. 15.
, The only change from last week
among the first seven teams was
a reversal o fthe ratings given San
Francisco and Southern Methodist.
Kansas State moved up one notch,
St. Louis vaulted all the way from
2lst to ninth place and Oklahoma
A&M from 24thto 10th.
Ohio State amfDayton dropped
out of the top 10.
Ohio State headed the second 10,
followed in ordOr. by Iowa State,
West Virginia, St. John's of New
York, Canisius Duke, Western
Kentucky and UCLA. Rice and the
Washington Huskies were tied for
19th place.

"Rosen will get a contract in the
mail before January 15, just like
the rest of the players, and I hope

he returns it. signed," Greenberf

said, "i think Rosen is still a good

ball player and he has a lot of

rbaseball left in him."

By KIN WHtlLIR
1 ft) ( '.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 20

(UP) Oregon State's eager

Beavers may be behind any time

nntil the final minute of their Rose
Bowl football aame with Iowa, but

that does not mean they're going

to lose. For, m five of their seven

victories this saeson, they over

came an opposition lead.

'Th is is a team that doesn use

to lose, said Coach Tommy

Prothro. "We had to score two

touchdowns m the second half to

beat California. 21-13. We had to

score twice in the last period to

edge Stanford, 20-19. And against

Idaho we had to score one in me

last '"wo minutes when our backs

were against our own goal line to

win, 14-10.

In fact, it could very wen tie

that the determined Beavers

learned a lesson on last-di:ch scor scoring
ing scoring from Iowa, the team they will
be facing at Pasadena on New

Year's Day. For in the Iowa

game, Oregon State led 13-0 going
a' : j i 41..

MIO me Iinai penoa wuen me

Hawkeyes cut loose wi.h despera

tion passes and scored two touch

downs, winning 14-13.

'We know What we il be up a

gainst when we play Iowa again,"

said Prothro. "And it is

going to take a hotter game than
State oiayed all year long to beat

y- -i- it. :1ft..... B. .4 t ,U.mI'

lowa in me nose dvwi. nut i mum
we will piiy a better game New

Year's Bay than we ever did be

fore. For one 'ohing, we will be in

The Beavers will be at full

lot better physical shipe."

Th Beavers win be at full

strength for the game, barring

practice injuries. For as they en-"'
camped here today fbr series of
pre-bowl workouts, there were no
injuries. Prothro,. who has decreed
there will be two workouts a day,
won go in for heavy scrimmage,
but he wants the boys to be very
sharp 'and no one is going to find

time tor any loafing.
"We've aot Our work rut nut

for us,'.' said All-America tacklo

John Witte, she 232-pound main mainspring
spring mainspring of the Oregon State line. -"As
far as I'm concerned, Iowa
has the best line I faced in four
years of college football."
Soph Dominated lackfioM
Witte is one of 14 senior letier letier-men
men letier-men who will line up against
Iowa. But is is a sophomore-dom-
loafed backfield that is expected
to do most of the work. Coach
Chuck Taylor of Stanford tabbed
Paul Lowe and Earnel Durden,
both sophs, as thebest backs ho
saw all season. He included Jon
Arnett and C.R. Roberts of South South-ern
ern South-ern California, ra.ed by many as
the top duo on the coast.
Oregon State is listed as a one
touchdown underdog against Iowa.
That doesn't make Prothro unhap unhappy
py unhappy at all. In fact, he's using the
odds as a psychological weapons
"The last time Oregor State had
a team in the Rose Bowl game was
after the 1941 season," he de declared.
clared. declared. "That was when State
played Duke in Durham, N.C., in"'
the transplanted Rose Bowl. And
do you know that the Beavers
were 35-point underdogs? But we
won, 20-16. That's what counted."-;;

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TOKYO, Dee. 2Q (UP) -Assist-
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The annual "Christmas concert
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first Baptist Cnuicn of BalQoa
heights uncier tne direction of
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will include four oid traditional
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The Christma service at the
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Handyman Accused
Of Firing Churches,
Murder Charged, Too
TRENTON, N. J., Dec. 20 (UP)
A 4ff-year-old handyman was
charged today witn toucntng oti
a multi-million dollar series of
church fires here, one of which
claimed three lives.
Elber C. Lucas, the confessed
firebug, was arraigned on three
charges of murder and four of
arson.
Public Safety Commissioner An
drew J. Duch said Lucas admit admitted
ted admitted setting the biases, but ar arraignment
raignment arraignment was delayed pending a
psychiatric examination today.
Results of the examination were
not disclosed immediately.
Lucas' arraignment climaxed an
investigation which began Sunday
when fires broke out in four
churches, including the historic
62 year old First Methodist
Church.
Authorities pointed to similari
ties between the Sunday blazes
and a fire last March which
caused 3.5 million dollars damage
to St. Mary's Roman" Catholic Ca
thedral. Msgr. Richard Crean and
twl housekeepers died in the ca cathedral
thedral cathedral fire.
Lucas' identity as the arsonist
was not disclosed until the' ar arraignment.
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since Monday wh'en Patrolman
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loitering near the scene of one
of the Sunday fires: A search
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OF JULY AVE., PHONE 2-2446.
FOR SALE: Christmas records,
classic and popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street 6-A. Open
until 1 0 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bicycle girl's 26 26-inch,
inch, 26-inch, slightly used, $14; baby'
high chair, painted, $3. House
5758-B, Diablo, after 4:00,
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies AKC
registered. Phono Navy Pacific
3518.
FOR SALE: Child's desk and
chair, $5. Phone Bal. 2-3464.
Scout News
Ike Sends Xmas
Message To Scouts
President Eisennower, m nis
Chistmas message to the Boy
smuts of America as their Hon
orary president, said that "it is
good to know there are more
than three million American
Boy Scouts dedicated to the
ideals of brotherhood and com
munity service."
The president's greetings to
the nation's 3,129,943 Cub
Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers
and their 1,148,165 adult leaders
was sent to Kenneth K. Bechtel
of San Francisco, president of
the Boy Scouts of America.
The message, maae puduc
last night by Dr. Arthur A.
Schuck, chief scout executive 'of
the Boy Scouts of America, fol follows:
lows: follows: "please rive mv Christmas
creetlncs tn the Rov Scouts of
America. It is good to know
tnere are more man inree mil million
lion million American Boy Scouts dedi dedi-cated
cated dedi-cated to the ideals of brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood and community service.
Their young lives give hope to
the fulfillment of the Christmas
message of. peace on earth, good
will toward men.
"Best wishes to each Boy Scout
nnri ennttratulations to their
leaders. Mrs. Elsenhower Joinis
me in wishing you all a Merry
Christmas and a New Year filled
with good deeds.
(Sgd.) "Dwght D. Eisenhower"
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FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1955, Chevrolet
Bel Air, Two tent, w tiros,
radio, power glide. Excellent
condition. $1490. Navy 3171 (Rot.)
Balboa 1500 (office).
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebiker
Coup, $125. Call Balboa 1S40
between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker
President Hardtop "Skyhawk,
6000 miles, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, wsw tiros, radio, etc.
Phon Balboa 1716.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldtmobilo
98. Duty fr. So at Albrook
Air Terminal. Phono Ranama 3-
6871.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Sacrifice 15' boat
with trailer, excellent condition.
5712-A, Diablo, 2-4131.
Wanted
WANTED: Maid speakinf some
English, general housework,
washing, ironing and some cook cooking.
ing. cooking. At least 25 yean of aga.
References Good pay; Live in.
Quarters 301 Albrook, Phone
7247 or 3132.
T
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Hollywood Producer Explains
Reason For Panama Visit

"My purpose In visiting Pana Panama
ma Panama was two-fold," said Llndsley
Parsons, president of lihdsley
Parsons Productions, Inc., an in independent
dependent independent motion picture pro producing
ducing producing company releasing its
films through Allied Artists,
"The primary purpose of my
visit was to make a personal sur survey'
vey' survey' of the foreign market, which
of recent years- has become of
increasing importance to the
Hollywood producer. And most
important of the foreign mar market,
ket, market, logically, is the one nearest
at hand namely the Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican markets in Mexico, Cen Central
tral Central and South America.
"For this reason I made Pan
ama one of the focal' points of
my trip, which so far has taken
me through Cuba, Jamaica, Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic and Puerto
Rico, and will continue on
through Honduras and Mexico.
Through introductions arrayed
by Louis A. Lee, Panamanian,
eeneTal manaeer of Allied Ar Artists,
tists, Artists, I intend to meet with lead leading
ing leading exhibitors and government

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You simply can't face the holi holidays
days holidays with those straggly lock.
Sorter get yourself fixed up.
GeneH's Beauty Shop. Cocoli
Clubhouse, Navy 3BI2.
Givo your teenager a profession professional
al professional pin curl permanent. quick &
inexpensive. Genell's Beauty
Shop Cocoli Clubhouse, Navy
3812.
FOR' RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Farm, one aero.
Living-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, $75. Mil I, Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway. Information:
Phone Roberto Benedetti 2 2-1078.
1078. 2-1078. Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Best car $700 cash.
Call Albrook 4203.
Wanted Position
CATERER offers her services.
At teat, cocktail parties, dinners,
luncheons. Call Gambea 6-446.
officials to gain first hand in information
formation information of the type and qual quality
ity quality of product which we in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood can best produce to meet
the demands of this growing
market.
"While in Central America I
also intend to seek suitable loca locations
tions locations for a forthcoming produc production
tion production with a South Sea Island
background, since it appears
that the tropic vegetation and
palm fringed beaches of the
Central American coast may
provide identical settings, and
the picture can be made here
with greater facility due to its
proximity to our Hollywood
headquarters.
"I will also visit Tegucigalpa,
Honduras, to meet with govern
ment officials concerning pro
duction plans for "THE INCRED INCREDIBLE
IBLE INCREDIBLE YANQUI," based on Her Herman
man Herman B. Deutch's blograDhV of
General Lee Christmas. Hondu Hondu-ran
ran Hondu-ran patriot, and an American
soldier of fortune. This oroduc oroduc-tion
tion oroduc-tion is on our schedule for next
year."

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION, G. 1.1 Just both
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-badraom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. for
further details call 3-1317 or
3-IM2.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Hot water, maid's room.
"L" Street No. 23, second floor.
El Cangreje. Phon 2-0487, J.
652).
FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartments: living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. 4th of July Ave. No. Tl-3-52,
facing entrance to Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Inquire tame build building
ing building 11 to 12 and 5 to 6 p.m. or
2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
in duplex chalet in El Cangroio,
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
room and clothes lines, garago,
hot water installation and other
modern conveniences. Phono 2 2-1109,
1109, 2-1109, Mr. Lepei.
FOR RENT: Apartment, just
painted, concrete hout. living,
dining; room, bedroom, kitchen,
yard, $50. "Urb.nixacion La
Pradera," facing La Gsrantia
furniture factory Phone 3-2796.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms (one air-con-
ditionodl, living room, dining
room, porch, maid's room. Pom
Avenue No. 37 91, upstairs.
FOR RENT.- A two-bodroom
screened apartment. In new
house. Living-dining room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, kitchen, garage, maid's
room with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Santuario
Nacionsl, $95. Phone 2-04B1
..Ji i
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, 2 -bedroom apartment
at "El Cangroio" near Hotel II
Panama. Living dining room,
bathroora, kitch.n, h ptr,
maid's room and bathroom, love lovely
ly lovely lawn. For information call
3-6796, Panama City.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, parlor-dining room,
bedroom, kitchen screened, til til-od.
od. til-od. $55 Apply No. 112 Via le le-lisario
lisario le-lisario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theater.
FOR RENT: Furnished one one-bedreont
bedreont one-bedreont modern apartment, ga garago.
rago. garago. 168 Via Bolisario Porras.
Booby-Trap Gift,
TecaherY Nimble
Result? : Nothing
TtTNTS Tunisia Tior 50 rTTP
Tho "ChriStma m-Ment" an Aran
nrpsenterl tn a Frenchman hro!
lurnea out to oe a rjoooy-trapperj
box of hand grenades, it was an
nounced today.
Disaster was averted when a
French school teacher started to
open the box in a classroom
crowded with French and Arab
students because the box had not
been booby trapped efficiently.
The teacher could open it far en
ough to see the grenades without
setting them off.
Army bomb experts who dis
mantled the "gift" said that if the
teacher had lifted the lid an inch
further the three grenades in the
box would have exploded.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States Dltri Ceart For The
District of The Canal Zn
Csnal Zone
Aurslln Molina, on his own i behalf
and on behalf of J rat T. Sanchez Pinto.
Octavlo Dultado. Jos Castillo Olaya,
Luis Montenegro Marquez. iLuis Alberto
Lopei, Manuel LopO Lauro A-
eosto Maria Arevalo. Vicenta Castillo
Mendieta and Juan Deljado Loyola. Li
h. ant, v,. m v rjoDe eaor. ner dou
ers. tackle, furniture, apparel, etc.. Re
spondent.
in Admiralty HO. nraa.-mdi in urn,
Whereas, on the 18th day of Decem
ber. 18SR. Aiirelio Molina, on his own
behalf and on behalf of Jos F. San
ctis Pinto, Octavlo Delgado, Jos Cat-
i n 11 ava. 1. 111.1 muiiicriicjti v moi M"".
Luis Alberto Lopez, Manuel L6p Lu
cas, La urn AaOSto Men irevaio, r iw
ta Castillo Mendieta and Juan Dergado
Loyola, filed a libel In Rem m tno dis district
trict district Court of the United Statos for the
Crist6oI district of the Canal Zone, a-
gainst the Motor Veosoi uoneieaor, ner
boilers, tackle, furniture, apparel, etc,
in a cause of aeUon- for wages, civil and
maritime;
And whereas, by virtue of process In
due form ol law, to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable en the 15th day of January,
1957, I have seized and taken the said
Motor Vessel Gobeledor and have her
in my custody:
Notice is hereby given, that a District
will be held in the United States Court
Zone, on the 15th day of January, 157,
for the trial of said premises, an the
owner or owners, and all persons who
may have or claim any interest, are
hereby cited to be and appear at the
time and place aforoaald, to show cause,
if any they have, why a final decree
hnulrf tint Mil at nraved.
Room, in theiown of Cristobal, Cansl
Joseph I. Kincatd,
United Statos Marshal.
S. T. Frankel, Wnodrow de Castro
and David nobles, Proctors for
Libellants
By: S. T. Frankel and David Robles.

FOR RENT
Houses

POR RENT: Chalet, residential
tor, 4 bodrooms, hot water
"; $lreet. Golf
Heights;. Phono 2-2407 or 3-341.
JO. HINT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, 7th street No. 26
off Heights. Tol. 3-4244.
fOR HINT: Furnished, thro
bodrooms chalet. AH convoni convoni-wei
wei convoni-wei (garage.) Ml Via Bali Bali-rig
rig Bali-rig Ferroi.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
American bachelor or European.
Ettudiante Street No. 14-29.
Apt. 3.

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THEODORE G. WALKER, post maintenance superintendent,
Fort Kofibe, presents a Suggestion Award Certificate and a
check in the amount of $55 to Jpllo A.,Ibaftez for his sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of a new method of replacing glides used to support kit kitchen
chen kitchen caBlnet drafts which probides material savings by
utilising excess l inch galvanized metal. Lookipg m are
(left to right) Harry L. Kahn, acting preventive maintenance
foreman, Murray Hawk, team leader, and others members of
the team. (U.S. Army Photo Pfc. Bill Muench)

$10,000 Gl Insurance is Grubstake
For turncoat; And VA Can t Get It

ITBANTA T.a. Dec. 20 (UP)
Tumeoat Aaron Wilson, recently
returned from Communist China,
plans to turn farmer on 100 acres
bought with ,S10;0TO m insurance
paid to his family while he was be believed
lieved believed dead.
Reo. George S. Long (D-La.)
has sent a telegram to the Veter
ans Administration urging tnat tne
erroneous death payment be re reclaimed
claimed reclaimed "if it is legally and physi physically
cally physically possible to do so."
The Daily Town Talk of Alex Alexandria,
andria, Alexandria, La., reported in a copy copyrighted
righted copyrighted story Tuesday that the 23-
year old former soldier's mother j
Mrs. Henry Wilson, refused to com-

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bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
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Pension Cut Off
, "I don't think that's anybody's
business," she was -quoted.
VA records show $10,000 was
from the Rev. Charles Moore,
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HOPEWELL, 'NX Dec. 20 (UP)
Two woman drivers were giv given
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to go to a festival. This is one of Ave holiday greeting cards
designed and donated by noted American artist Joseph Low, on
the theme of "Festive Times Around the World." The cards
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MRS. IRENE PIERCE, 23, sits beside ft Christmas tree in the
Jacksonville, Pla., missing persons bureau after being arrested
for abandoning her three young children in New York. Mrs.
Pierce, who comes from Waterbusy, Conn., said she left the
youngsters "because Christmas was coming and there was no
chance for Santa Claus to come to our house." At left is police
matron Alma Taylor.
'No Presents' Mother Flying Back
To Her 3 Abandoned Kids For Xmas

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JACKSONVILLE, Pla., Dec.
10 (UP) Mrs. Irene Pierce,
13, returns on ft "surprise"
flight today to New York and
the three children she aban abandoned
doned abandoned in Grand Cetnral Sta Sta-t'on
t'on Sta-t'on because she could not af afford
ford afford Christmas presents for,
them.
Jacksonville mayor Haydon
Burns announced last night ar arrangement
rangement arrangement had been made for
the young mother to return to
New York and be turned over to
welfare officials who have cared
for the children since she left
them in the crowded terminal
friday.

But Burns said she was not to

told about the "surprise" trip
back to her family until this
morning. Her plane Is scheduled

to leave at 4:20 p.m.
Mrs. Pierce, seprftted from
her husband some time ago, was
picked up in a hotel here Mon Monday
day Monday after a routine check by a
Traveler's Aid Bureau revealed
he was wanted in New York for
Child abandonment.
She said she left Victor, S,
Sandra, 3, and James, three
months, in the statfon, expect expecting
ing expecting them to be taken in by the
welfare department, because

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This weather report for the 24
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area' by the Meteorological and
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she could not buy them any
Christmas presents with her
$20 ft week meal ticket.
She was living in a waterbu waterbu-ry,
ry, waterbu-ry, Conn., relief project and re receiving
ceiving receiving food money from the ci city.
ty. city. She said she would have made
less money working as a wait waitress.
ress. waitress. But Mrs. Pierce's fortunes soar
iri when her nredlcament eot

wide-spread attention in news

papers.
Commie Won't Close
On Final-Seconders,

Reminded Giltseeker

In order to permit custom customers
ers customers to complete their last min minute
ute minute Christmas shopping, eight
Panama Canal commissary re retail
tail retail stores are remaining open
until eight o'clock each night
this week. They are the stores
at Balboa, Cristobal, La Boca,
Camp Bierd, Par also, Rainbow
City, Tivoli and Gamboa.
All commissaries will be open
Monday until noon and will be
closed Monday afternoon and
all day Christmas Day.
The following Monday, all
stores will operate on a regular
Monday schedule and will be
closed all day Tuesday, New
Year's Day.
The gasoline retail stations In
the Canal zone will operate on
holiday hours Monday and will
be closed all day Christmas Dav.

They will operate on regular
hours the following Monday and
will be closed on New Year's
Day.
Sand Blast Cleaning
Contract is Awarded

A low bid of $65,265 was enter

ed by Tropical paint company
for sand blast cleaning and
painting of two 1,000,000-gallon
water storage tanks at Mount
Hope and a 2,500,000 water tank

at Fort Gulick. Bids were opened
in the Administration Buildina

at Balboa Heights' yesterday.

isthmian constructors was
the only other contractinsr firm

to make an offer on the work.
The proh?ct will consist of the
complete 'removal of etfsttng
paint by sand blasting both the
interior and exterior of the two
tanks at Mount Rope and the
application of paint to exterior
and interior surfaces.
The specifications call for the
cleaning and painting of the ex exterior
terior exterior of the water tank at Fort

Gulick. The work on all three
tanks is to be completed within

six montns.

Twentv-.nin

rludine four in r.

- J.g,lllVll ill
Division and thrp In tha rnrl.

trial Division, are currently a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable with the Canal organ organ-lization.
lization. organ-lization. They may be filled by
transfer of eligible employes
who can qualify under the re requirements
quirements requirements of each position.
The four openings in the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division include elec-
rrir'o unnlnaai. 411 l 1

I engineer, luusuiHur, rne-
Ichanical engineer and typist.

I ruBiuons in tne industrial Divi-
sinn a fa n.Ml.i i tit.

ter, and two for typewriter re repairmen.
pairmen. repairmen. Two positions are a-
veilahl in tli. -- 1 1

LONDON 1W M fTTD T: Pnmnrmll.. 1 i.

7 V'., mi rnmt vvq,vivjFi iui laici analysis.
Minis er Anthony Eden said today
thf situation In V.tk T i Other nnsitinn vannnf are.fnr

is "still fraught with danger" fol- autmatlc telephone commp commp-lowing
lowing commp-lowing the outbreak of raids by nitln equipment maintainer,
the OUtlaiVPti Tri.K D.n..ki:..l blacksmith, rlerlr rrlr-fnricr-

Army. rapher, clerk-typist, auto repair

machinist, marine inspection as as-"The
"The as-"The safofv nf Nnrti,,,..., t.i.j sistant. dinner rirrlffp mnt.p m.

and of its inhabitants," Eden told dlcal X-ray technician, plumb-
rhA I J ... ... ... akin .1.1.1 -i 11 !j

ci, aiiijjwi iKin, anuiuiaiiu re re-potter,
potter, re-potter, supervisory accounting

will of eler, supervisory storekeeper,

telephone operator, welder and
postal window clerk.

TnWAWNFSRTlRfJ TW 20

(UP) South African police to today
day today opened fire on crowds demon-
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gtraung oubsiue me uau
preliminary hearings were under
way in the governments mass
treason trial.
First reports said an African

and an elderly white person were

wounaea.
A huge. crowd had gathered out outside
side outside the Johannesburg drill hall
for the second day of the prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary hearing in the cases of the
151 persons accused of treason.
The demonstrators who forced
suspension of the trial yesterday,
clogged the approaches to the hall
again today, and the tough blue blue-uniformed
uniformed blue-uniformed police baton chared
them to clear the way.
The demonstrations persistel

ana ponce opened lire.
Eya witnassas said that as the
police opanad up with their point
303 rifles the Johannesburg Po Police
lice Police ChUH ran up shouting "stop
shooting"
South African police always car

Tria

ry revolvers and batons when
they are on duty. They are issued
with .303 rifles on riot breaking
duties.
The"group of 151 men and wom women
en women representing every color of the
South African racial spectrum
went on trial. hareer, with

ing this nations' stringent "su- stnd. YEAR
pression of communism law."

They faced possible death nanal

ties.

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iiui taxing a serious enough
view Of the recent natinnalir roiH.

7- ''LJi iiud

on ponce stations and army lnstal-

In Belfast, the Norths Trih

government was reported to have
completed plans for a curfew and

permanent road blocks in the key

uviuci a leas.

The, reports said the emergency
measures would be uxt in h

event of more IRA violence. The

ueuast government has re-intro

duced wartime emer:enev rffnl

tions permitting the arrest and in
ternment without warrant 0 fsus
pected IRA members.

Moulder (R-Mo) Here
On First Zone Visit

United States Representative
Morgan M. Moulder, Democrat
from Missouri, arrived on the
Isthmus Wednesday from New

York aboard the Panama liner
Ancon for a short vliir tn t.h

Canal Zone. He is accompanied

Dy nis wue ana daughter.

A member of the Tntrtat

and Foreign Commerce and Un-

American Acuviues committee,
Representative Moulder is mak making
ing making his first visit tn th. Panal

Zone. He will sail Saturday on

uiv Aiivun ior new xorK.
A native of Linn, Creek, Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, he served four t

Prosecuting Attorney of Cam Camden
den Camden Cqunty and three and one one-half
half one-half years as Special Assistant
to the United States District
Attorney, Western District of
Missouri. He was servinv a

Judge of the 18th Judicial Dis

trict; uircuit uourt when he was
elected to the United States Con

gress in 1948.

The
Judge's Bench

Esilda Rosas a Pin,m,a;

was fined $15 in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for commisary

trespass.
Fined $10 each were Mattlde Co Co-rrea.
rrea. Co-rrea. 30 Panamanian- Maria H 1n

Santos Batista, 38, Panamanian,
and Paul Lorimer Klrven, 63, Panamanian.-

The fine for Manuel Enrique Cu Cu-tierrez,
tierrez, Cu-tierrez, 17, Panamanian, was $5.

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piC Wi,Led ,s P'oiuctlon for 1956 by "The Board of Nt-
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and it will be released at the Central Theatre.
f ft?S!? mKl' f?r wll,ch ,ohn HustMl wn the prize as the beat director
oi the year, will also be released in the theatre of the Central Circuit.
Z5I.L! PARuSUASI0N or which Dorthy McGuire won the prise as
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ClrcuU. Pictures made will be shown at the theatre of the Centra!
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Pudgy Doctor Charged With Murder
In 'Case of the 20 Wealthy Widows

EASTBOURNE. England. Dec

20 (UP) -Dr. J. Bodkin Adams.
57, a pudgy, pink-faced bachelor
physician, was formally charged
today with the murder of an 81-year-old
woman patient in the
case of the 20 wealthy widows.
The courtroom, spectators

Jamming every corner, let out

an audiDie sign wnen Bert Han Han-nam,
nam, Han-nam, Scotland Yard's ace crim criminal
inal criminal investigator, told of the

conversation that, ended his
months of plodding Investigation

and trie arrest yesieraay oi ui.
Adams.

"Can you prove it was inur inur-derl"
derl" inur-derl" he said the doctor asked
him, "1 did not think you could
prove murder, she wa dying
in any event."
And he quoted Adams as
asking later, "Will there be
any mere charges of murderl"
Trial mi e fnr .Tan 11 and

RHtnin was Rpt.Hno- hank for t.he

most sensational case since a

strange little man named John
Christie strangled seven women
cpvoval vdqi-s Qon anrl fipalpH

them up in a wall of his dincv

house in London's wotting mil
Road.

Bishop R. H. Gooden To Ordain
Two Panamanians To Priesth

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The bowler-hatted Hannam, He was still standing when for the jail and the recentionUfc
iet LSrlv alv, inspector Jl Hannah went to the witness box, approached Adams Sed nffi
fiZnZd !lJ.2?t. doctor's left hand with her SKaS

, ,i"ia 0Ulce at Aeni Locige, ano ne saia to her, "I will see

montns to chefk wflrl Tiimnn nf Trlniti, -'I ..

fm.i Hin,r iT u -i iu An I iii lltra. jcoiciny jubu us you in neaven."
foul play in the deaths of 20 or the doctor alighted from a One of the 17

niuj e weanny w 1 a o w s wno cnauneur -driven car

uimiigea wieir wuis snortiy be

fore they died of "cerebral
thrombosis." Some of them were
cremated.
The woman Adams is aT-iisori

of murdering was one of those.

one was Mrs. Eoitn Alice Mor Mor-rell,
rell, Mor-rell, who died in 1950, an active
gardener at the age of 81.
The courtroom was tense as
the proceedings opened. Many
of the ISO present had waited
outside the town hail court
since dawn for a seat.
Adams stood motionless, his
hands erinnine th eAtr nf th

dock as, the clerk read the charg

es.

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REV, HERBERT MOORE
Two PariarnariiflriB will h nr-

dalned to the priesthood of the

Episcopal cnurch Saturday mor mor-nintr
nintr mor-nintr at th flutherlrsl nf St.

Luke by Bishop R. Heber Good-

en.

The Rev. Herbert L. Moore
anrl the Rev Allan R Want.t.

pill be presented to the Bishop

d.v me ven. tawin u. weDster
and the Very Rev. Mainert J.

Peterson.

Rev. Moore, who was ordained
to diaconate recently, has been
servino- with Arrhrleafon Wehs-

ter in Bocas del Toro. Born In

Panama City, he attended ele elementary
mentary elementary and secondary schools
both here and in the Canal

Zone: For more than 12 years

REV. ALLAN WENTT
he served as docket clerk and
interpreter at Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court before going to
Bexley Hall at Gambler, O., to
study for the priesthood.
Rev. Wentt was, born in Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica B.W.I., but .was brought
to Colon as an infant. He re received
ceived received his education at the
Christ Church Academy In that
city before going to Berkeley
Divinity School, New Haven,
Conn., where he was graduated
last "June. During his diaconate
he was assigned ag assistant to
Rev. David Osborne at St. Al Al-ban's
ban's Al-ban's Church in Paraiso.
Archdeacon Lemuel B. Shirley
will serve as master of cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies at the ordination.

Premier Says Israel
Will Not Return

Gaza To Egyptians

JERUSALEM. Israel Tie.

(UP)-Premier David Ben Gurion
told Parliament yesterday that Is Israel
rael Israel will aot return the Gaza Strip

Answerini OnnnsiHnn

in the crowded House, he refused
to comment on a rennrtul

not want the Gaza Strip.

"But I would like to stress im im-medlately,,,
medlately,,, im-medlately,,, the Premier said,
that no one is entitled on be behalf
half behalf Of the o-nvernment In ....

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thine reirardina- th f,it,,r u.

i0, "'""' irj. inc
Gaza Strip except that in no cir

cumstance wm Israel agree to its
return to the Egyptian invader."
The refucree rrmvAA

Strip, which juts into Israel for

aooui a nines along the Mediter-

iinean coast, was captured by Is Israeli
raeli Israeli forces during- their

across the Sinai Peninsula last

montn.
Israel has said it would rive n

its conquests in the Sinai Desert

ana nas wnnorawn Its forces at
feast 31 miles from the Suez Canal

zone.

But the -Israelis have insisted

they must maintain control of

Israelii

Strip was

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serve as a SDrinehoard fnr r

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an estimated 200,000 Arab refu

uvii, vi x ajinnift, nm
gees who left Israel during the Mrs. W. M. Arthur, of Paraiso
1 Qifl P9nllnA Vffmm J ar ,..jis ..

wu -l atcavjuc "T al

osirbn on the Gaza

nswering a question by Brig.

in am

Yieai Alon. a left-wine Socialist iMr rt t. Vim nf riui. r

deputy. Alon said recently that Is- Sgt. arid Mrs. E. M. Carder, of
rael must retain control of Gaza InAons : Mr anrl Mrs Martin Sa-

aim ansnrn ine rpriispes in its qvqt nf r.amhna. Tir 11..

- - uoiiivtm, rai. nuu mi-
Aran nnnulatinn Alnn a sn has ne. a v aiKvtnhf r,i,. m

r-r- -" . Ma. nimiKuu, Ui xuuuiail, 1

manaea uiai israei remso 10 nanaisgt. and Mrs. Charles Beesler, Of
over the entire Sinai Peninsula Locons: Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Web-

untir a peace agreement nas Doen'ster, of Pansma; arrl Mr. and

reacneu witn icgypt. Mrs. W. F. Blake, of Panama

They went Into the snrrerv

"I said 'Dr. Adams, on the 13th
of November, 190, a patient of
yours. Mrs. Edith Alice Morrell,
died at Maeden Ash, Beachy
Head Road, and you Certified the
cause of death to be cerebral
thrombosis." Hannam told the
court.
"I am now going to arrest vou
and take- you to the local police
headquarters where you will be
charged with the murder of Mrs.
Morrell.
"I cautioned him. He said
'murder?' There was a pause and
he again said 'murder?' Can you
prove it was murder?'
: "l said, 'You are now charged
with murdering her.'
"He replied, 'I did not think
you could prove murder. She was
dyin? in any event.'
"There teas a further lova
pause and he said to me, 'Will
there he any more charges of
mnrdf'tt'
"I said, 7 cannot discuss
that with jou now.'
Then, Hannam said, they left

Little League

Boys 13, Girls 8

Thirteen bova and elo-hf a-lri

Were born at Onrcat Hnxnftal

during the week ending at mid-

nignt, Monday, according to the

regular nospitai report. During
the same- nerlnH i7n not.ientc

were admitted and 207 were dis

charged.

The names and addresses of
the Barents of the hnv ha hie

follow: Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Thomas, of Curundu; Sfft. and
Mrs. G. A. Barkow, of Fort Kob Kob-be:
be: Kob-be: Pc. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, of
nH.u. 111... .

r-antviia iity; Mr. ano Mrs. U.
F. Joseph, of Chllibre, M-Sgt.
and Mrs. D. O. Sandoval of Fnrt

Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. Ruben

Warren, of Panama City: Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Finley. of An-

fnn Mr onrl Wrc f IP Daimah

Gaza on the grounds that it could of Panama City; Maj. and Mrs
lAPirai ar anmni(ke.J I rr t it k

K. tk Vautrhn. of Alhrnnlr Mr

anrl Mrs Ti k Qaavorlro f TJn

The Gaza Strip is inhabited by ama City; Mr. and Mrs. L. G

Gordon, of Panama; Mr. and

and Mr. and Mrs. flenrce Ski-tich

of Cocdll.

Girls were borm to the follow

lefined by Ben Gurion lng: A 3rc and Mrs. T. F. -Lin

coln, of Panama City; Mr. and

One Of the 17 charges ao-ant

Aaams was that he wrongly spe specified
cified specified he had no financial in interest
terest interest in the death of Mrs. Mor Morrell
rell Morrell who left an estate of $215' $215'-000.
000. $215'-000. I
Un-lrish Irish Coq
Coming to Visit US
DUBLIN, Dec. 20 (UP) Dub Dub-lin's
lin's Dub-lin's first Jewish lord mayor Rob Robert
ert Robert Briscoe today announced a pre
liminary program for a trip of
"several" weeks to the U.S. ear early
ly early next year and said he was
"Snowed under" with over 1000
invitations for public appearances.
Briscoe said his trip i during
March and April is beujg made at
"the kind invitation of many A-m-erican
officials, including may mayors
ors mayors of cities, senators and organiz organizations."
ations." organizations." 0
His plans, he said, aa'l for him
to arrive in New Yprk Friday
March 15 to participate in the fol following
lowing following davs St. Patrick's Dav

parade and attend the banquet of

tne sons oi fit. Patrick that evening.

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