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

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

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Members of the Canal Zone's Finest will soon appear
on duty in snappy new two-toned blue uniforms which
were selected after nearly three months of rigorous testing
to replace the familiar gray.
Approval for the change was made this week by Gov.
W. E. Potter after the new uniform was recommended by
a UfTTform Board consisting of six members of the Canal
Zone Police Division.
No alteration in the actual design of the present uni uniform
form uniform has been made but there has been a change in the
color of the rnaterial to be used as Well as several changes
in the type of insignia.

Nixon: Well Help Hungarians

Made of wash and wear rayon
and dacron gabardine, the new
police uniforms will consist of
dark blue trousers and a light
blue shirt.
The shoulder loops on the
shirts, the necktie and cap cov cover,
er, cover, will be made of the same
material as the trousers.
The stripe down the side of
the trousers wilt be made of tbe
same material as the shirt.
One of the major changes in
the Insignia will be a distinc distinctive
tive distinctive shoulder patch designated
by Pol'ceman George Cooper
of Cristobal.
For each five years of service,
a gold star will be worn on the
outside of the left sleeve.
The collar insignia now worn
by police sergeants will be re replaced
placed replaced by sleeve chevrons simi similar
lar similar to those worn by uniformed
police organizations throughout
the United states.
The Insignia of rank for the
r.hipf. nantains and lieuten

ants will be worn on the shoul

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The one which Anally re received
ceived received the unanimous recor recordation
dation recordation of the Uniform Board
was worn by Policeman Zon,

of the Balboa District, for 68

work days, during which time
it was washed 35 times and
pressed only t ve times. It is
expected that the material
chosen will be much cooler and
easier to maintain than that
used at present.
The new look will not be ap

parent at once in the Canal

Zone since the change from grey

to blue will be put in effect aft

er a transitional period which

will allow police personnel to re

place their present uniforms as
they axe discarded due to wear.

Right Clcfhes
Wrong Wearer;
Maid is Jailed

Vital Aviation Gas
Shipment is Slowed
By Deepfreeze (old

MCMURDO SOUND, Antacticla,

Dec. 21 (UP) The U.S. Navy s
icebreaker Glacier is expected to
renew attempts today to smash a
path through the dangerous ice m
McMurdo Sound for a tanker car carrying
rying carrying vitally-needed aviation gas.
The 5.100-ton Glacier fed four
other ships to a safe anchorage at
the edge of the bay ice 30 miles
from the Navy alrbase at Hut Pt.
here yesterday in one of the most
hazardous operations of Operation
Deepfreeze.
But the tanker Nespelen, the last
ship in the convoy, was forced to
heave to about tvo miles away.
Aviation gas suppled here are vi vitally
tally vitally exhausted only enough fuel
remains for three flights to the
South Pole base now under con con-struction
struction con-struction by the Navy Seabees.

After leading the others to their

berths, the Glacier reiurneu iu
Nespelen and spent a fruitless
three hours trying to release the
tanker.
Darden Counsels
Parents, Kids
On New Bicycles
Capt. B. A. Darden of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police District has issued a
word of counsel to youngsters
an dparents who find new bi bicycles
cycles bicycles under the Christmas tree.
Take careful note, he suggests,
of the make and number of the
cycle so that you can Identify it
easily if it is lost or stolen.

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As Mrs. Margaret M. Hallifat

approached her quarters at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AFB yesterday afternoon
she was', startled to see her
housemaid going down tF&tttft

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had been handebV to Mr fo'r
ironing.
In Balboa Magistrate's," Court
this morning, the housemaid
Josefa-Maria Aguirre, 30, Pari
amanian, was sentenced to
spend the next live gays in Jail.
The maid told the court that
her own clothes were not very
clean, so to look nicer on the,
street she had merely "borrow "borrowed"
ed" "borrowed" the yellow blouse and print
skirt from her employer. She
planned, she said, to wash them
at her own home and bring
them back later.
The clothing involved in the
Detlt larceny was valued at 5.

British List
2750 Egyptian
Casualties

LONDON, Dec. 21 (UP) An
official British report said to today
day today that a "reasonable esti

mate" listed 2,750 Egyptian ca

sualties as result of Anglo-

French operations at Port Said.
It listed Egyptian dead at 650.
The casualty report, released
as a government white paper,
was prepared by Sir Edwin

Herbert, president of the Brit British
ish British Law Society.

It said that his investigations

into the number of Egyptians

killed and wounded as a result
of allied operations at Port Said

gave a reasonable estimate" of:
Dead 650.
Wounded and detained in
hospital 900.
Slightly wounded 1,200.
Sir Edwin said it was "impos "impossible"
sible" "impossible" to obtain any reliable fig figure
ure figure on the proportion of ca

sualties between military and

para-mllltary on one hand and

civilians on the other,

"Having, however, carefully
weighed all the evidence and

having made a final tour of the
town with the whole course of

events in my mind's eye, I think
it improbable that the true
civilian casualties exceeded 25

per cent of the whole," he said
The official report was re

leased after persistent question?
in Parliament insisted that the

original official British esti

mate of Egyptan casualties was,

Opposition member Col. George
Wigg Iff the House of Commons

yesterday questioned tne ongi
nal British estimate of total
gyptian casualties which ran in
to the hundreds.
Wtea- said that the U.S. Con

sul at Port Said "had stated thefe

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Travel Bans

For Holidays
PARIS, Dec. 21 (UP)-Oll-short
France today removed Lravel re restrictions
strictions restrictions for the Christmas holi holidays.
days. holidays. The government told French
motorists they can drive any anywhere
where anywhere in France from midnight
tonight until midnight Jan. 15, if
they can find the gasoline. There
will be no easing of the rationing
which limits autoists to 12 to 15
gallons a month.

wounded were grotesquely

wrong, and the number killed

was at least 2,000."

the ffgures of 100 killed and 541 ranged as a cantata pageant

ana, uniue mosi otner scnoui
programs this season, will be
entirely choral. There will be no
instrumental numbers.
The program will be divided

into five scenes, depicting Th?

Natlvitv. The Hieh School

chorus will sing the background

music and later tne audience

will take part In community

carol singing.

HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING! The angels shown above appeared in the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas pageant and music program given by the pupils of the Diablo Heights Elementary school
this week in the Diablo Gymnasium. The program was one of many school Christmas pro programs
grams programs given by the Canal Zone schools during the week.

Choral Christinas
Program To Be Held
Al Rainbow Cily
A program of Christmas mu music
sic music will be presented tonight by
the Music Department of the
Rainbow City High School, in
the school gymnasium, begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The program has been ar-

Wants More Cash
For Escapees,
Admissions to US

VIENNA, Dec. 21 (UP) Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon today told the Austrian government he was surt
Congress would approve the admission of more Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian refugees to the United States and increase U.S. fi financial
nancial financial aid for escapees, informed sources said today.
The Vice-President conferred for more than one hour
with Austrian government leaders at the chancellory.
He told the Austrians that in his report to President
Eisenhower he would ask that the United States sharply
increase the total number of Hungarian refugees to be
admitted, these sources said.
k He is also expected to recommend to the President
that Congress be asked to appropriate more money to heljf
Austria care for the flood of refugees who have poured
acrqss the Iron Curtain since the Hungarian revolt brokt
out eight weeks ago.

No Guns by Cops,
But Clubs in Use
At African Trial
JOHANNESBURG, South Afri Africa.
ca. Africa. Dec. 21 (UP) Police charged

native crowds with clubs for the

second straight day at the mass
treason trial of 151 persons today.
The armed policemen charged

hundreds of natives who jammed
the streets leading to the hall

where 151 persons are on trial for

treason.
But. unlike yesterday, the po

lice did not fire on the demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating crowds. Witnesses said

the police swung their clubs free
ly to break up the crowds and stop
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More than 100 students, in including
cluding including the chorus, will take
part In the program which will

be under the direction of egi
nald T. Prescott.

Mrs. Mildred Bolt was in

charge of arranging the cos costumes;
tumes; costumes; the scenery wag design
ed and made under the direc

tlon of Frank Ruffell, of the
school shop, and Miss Sadie

Springer of the art Department.

CZ Service Clubs
To Feature Native
Panamanian Dances

Panamanian dances will be

featured in a special holiday
show scheduled at service clubs
in the Canal Zone, Special Ser Services,
vices, Services, USARCARIB announced.
The entertainment has been
arranged to give USARCARIB
personnel an opportunity to wlt wlt-nessness
nessness wlt-nessness five types of Panama
nian dances with performers in
traditional costume.
The entertainers for the show,
'Dances of Panama," will be 12
musicians and dancers of the

Conjunto Plicet, who will dance

the tuna, punto, mejorana, za
Dateo. tamborito and cumbia.

A member of the cast will tell
of the history and significance

of each dance presented. foi

lowing the finale, the musicians

and dancers pin pose tor pnoto
craDhs.

The schedule includes: Fort
Amador service club, Dec. 26,
7:30 p.m.; Fort Clayton service
club, Dec. 27, 7:30 p.m.; Fort
Gulick service club. Dec. 28. 8

p.m.: Fort Kobbe service club

Dec. 29, 8:30 p.m.; and Fort
Davis service club, Dec. 30, 8

p.m.

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Nixon, U.S. ambassador Lew Lew-ellyn
ellyn Lew-ellyn B. Thompson and Wijllam
P. Rogers, u.S. deputy attorney
general, talked with Austrian
chancellor Julius Raab and
members of his cabinet for more
than an hour this morning at
the chancellor building.
Nixon wa, not In position
to offrr hard prenilse of addi additional
tional additional help to the Austrians.
He h acting as personal repre representative
sentative representative of President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower who must ask Congress
to take the necessary steps'
when it meets again in the
new year.
Since the first moment kia

arrived Wednesday niirht vivnn

has held out hope the United
States would be willing to all

Austria.

He has had unstinting nrai

for the "selfless" Austrian ef

forts on behalf 0f the Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain refugees.

Last night, at a irlitterin

state banquet held In his honS
by the Austrian governmettl
Nixon said:

"I can assure you that unde

President Eisenhower's leader-

snip we snail do everyt

ease your present

ourcien as much as 1

Nixon, after one dav of to

ing the refugee camps near i

frontier, was believed ready

recommend more aid in
strongest terms.

His immediate impression fti
clear when he told the governor
of the Bungenland frontier
province: "i have seen evidence
of courage before, but never ejK
thing like this."

CANAL ZONE DETECTIVES were hosts this week at a stag
party at which Panama detectives were honored guests. Here
detective Capt. Gaddis Wall, left, welcomes Maj. R. W. Grif
fith, chief of police, and civil affair? director Henry L. Donovan
to the police lodge at Chiva Chiva.

Dirty Wosh
LONDON, Dec. 21 (UP)-Doug

las Griffiths told a divorce court
he put up with his wife's adultery
with another man for a long time,
but it wasyust too much when she
helned her lover wash his ear while

Griffiths' dirty auto stood nearby.

His divorce was granted.

SHIPS PASSING through the locks at Mlraflores can get a good view of the life-sized nativ nativity
ity nativity scene shown above which Is located on the upper level of the east wall of the Locks. The
scene Is the work of the employes of Miraflores locks who cut the figures out of plywood and
painted them during off hours. It was completed three years ago and has been used on the
locks wall each Christmas season.
US Christmas Trees 'Officially' Lighted;
Ike, Mamie Wish World Merry Christmas

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP), he said, "we see how men can Mrs. Eisenhower joined him in' f ,,T." irT Z" rAtWh
-President Eisenhower 1 a st live together In peace; for one wishing "all throughout the; nivisltm of us District ourt

their Christmas "abundance and' gress toward that aspiration of; The big Christmas tree,
happiness" with the Hungarian every religious faith 'peace on' brought here from New Mexico's

British Seaman
Found Guilty
Of Stabbing In CZ

An British seaman has been

people.

The President made the ap appeal
peal appeal to a nationwide radio and
television audience before light lighting
ing lighting the 67-foot national Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree at ceremonies In the
park south of the White House.
At the same time, Christmas
trees were lighted In cities and

towns across the nation and in

American embassies and mill

tary bases throughout the world.
Christmas wreaths in the cabins

of major American airline
planes flying over the continent

also were lighted simultaneous
ly.
The lieht of Christmas is e

ternal, though we can not al

ways see it," Mr. Eisenhower

said before lighting the tree.
"In the light of Christmas

the dark curtains of the world
are drawn aside. We see more
clearly our neighbors next door
and our neighbors in other na

tions.'

The President said even now

Americans are "true to the spi spirit
rit spirit of Christmas by rallyinf

through the American Rei

Cross and other volunteer a a-gencles
gencles a-gencles "to meet the needs o
our neighbors m Hungary."
With faith in the "splrihia
qualities of freedom and honor,

earth, good will to men. Lincoln National Forest, was

outlined in the darkness by huge
However Mr. Eisenhower add- red and green searchlights when

ed that the true test of the; the program began

Christmas spirit comes when
the lights "are put away" in
the success "each of us expe

riences In keeping alive the In Inspiration
spiration Inspiration and exaltation of this

moment.

He concluded by saying that

Chaplain Sink
To Leave Hospital
Over The Weekend

Chaplain Volgt M. Sink, Al-

brook Air Force Base Chaplain
who was injured Tuesday at Da
vid during the Caribbean R
Command "Operation Christ

mas 1956" will be released from

Gorges Hospital sometime dur
lng tbe coming week-end.
Chaplain Sink suffered In

ternal bruises when he was

bumped by a truck during th.
unloading of gifts for the Christ
mas parties that were held ti
David by the Air Force.

Margarita Woman
Found Guilty Of
Drunk Driving, $100
in Qrlstiobal Magistrate's
Court early this week Mrs.
Kathryn p. Stapf, 54, American,
was fined $100 after having been
found guilty of driving an auto auto-mile
mile auto-mile while intoxicated.
She gave immediate notice of
appeal and posted an appeal
bond of $150.
The court was told that at 12 ?
40 a.m. last Sept. 24 the defend defendant
ant defendant was lvlng toward Margar Margarita
ita Margarita alon on the Bolivar High

way when her car ran off the

road.

Trial of the charge had been

postponed from time to time at
the reauest of the defendant

who has been In the States.
Her attorney at the hearing
was William J. Sheridan, jr.

of stabbing a fellow crewman,
aboard the SS Corinthic last
month.
Reginald Salmon, 30, a stew steward,
ard, steward, was sentenced to It
months in Gam boa pen for "as "assault
sault "assault with a deadly weapon.
However, the sentence was sus-
E ended and he was put on prob probation
ation probation for five years.
The victim was John H.Fa
terson, 32, British engineer a a-board
board a-board the ship. He was stabbed
in the stomach and required
hospitalization.
The two had returned aboard
from shore leave wl'.h other
crew.nen when the stabbing oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Reportedly the Cor.iithict V
gents expect to send Salmon ou
shortly on another British ves vessel.
sel. vessel. What's In A Name?
PORT SAID, Dec. 21 (UP)
Fifcy-six children born in Perl
Said since the Anglo-French inva

sion of the Suez Canal zone tm

been named after Egyptian

dent Gamal Abdel Nasser,

cials reported today, me

were named Gamal, Nasser;
Nasr. The girls were called
sira or Nasra.

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OLD TIMERS'
Sir:

Why are the Panamanian authorities acting so devilish with
1 the retired American employes? Don't they know that if these
" same Old Timers hadn't stayed here through ail the hardships
ad frustrations in the early days, the country would not be as
RfMrVnced as it is?
'ine Canal Zone Governor is doing everything ne can to try
i to find other Jobs for the Panamanians who are being laid off.
Vny can'i Panama reciprocate by allowing the fewer than 300
ILwtired American employes living in the republic a break?
Lf Anoiher thing if Panama didn't warn the Americans here,
Mbjr did she allow the Americans to buy homes? In Colon they
fSThave to uay a high land rent, and some of them pay income
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E feel iree to go to the commissary if we -want to. After all the
yeas of being allowed to go, it's pretty hard to take, to be
Wld Panama 'isn't doing so badly from the United States, ana
we feel it unjust and unnecessary to have our privileges taken
1 from us. Please, President de la Guar.lia, reconsider your deci decision
sion decision and give us a break for Curistmas. We certainly would
! lihank you.
i A Victim

CHRISTMAS, 1956

O that our faith might rise above all ills ills-Above
Above ills-Above all war, pain1, death, and cruelty;
Man's folly and neglectihis lack of skills
In dealing with a world half slave, half free!
0 for a faith to live above an age
Of doubt, with structure gross and standards low
O for a faith to cleanse so foul a page
And write anew old texts that all should Know!
Aye, faith should be so strong tha' humankind
May come to realize what must be true true-That
That true-That destiny, thru Primal Cause designed.
Is for man's final good his life the clue!
Unto this end his own part he must play play-In
In play-In manner symbolized upon this Pay!

f "HEIGH, HO, THE MISTLETOE," or "THE UH

(To The Old Timers 'Xmas 1956)

I in view of recent rulings made, it really gives you cause
I? iTo change the name of old St. Nick, and call him 'Santa Claws
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Better Business' decided your privilege must cease.
Ro, who can blame a maiden, when she decides to marry,
or the privilege to buy in the Commissary?
Of course, she will pick the type, who, Invariably makes,
His Judgment of good baking, by the frosting oh the cakes.
iTo ouote $, local cynic, his remark was not so nice,
Ht tunteth not the cost of love, but she, the cO'st of rice. .,
But Will is just diverging: to get our thought in print.
Xmas greetings, Old Timers, you're through, you've done your
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Labor News
nd
Comment
By VICTOR ftlESIl
Whill most of the State Dept.'s
talent is concentrating on the ter territory
ritory territory east of the Suez Canal, at
least one diplomat has been peeled
off as a one-day ambassaaor to
the territory north of the Gowanus
Canal namely the New York
waterfront. That diplomat's assign assignment
ment assignment is to smash the longshore
men's boycott of Soviet slave labor
imports into the U.S.
If hit mission it complttod
succcstfully, th Stat Dspt.'s
onvoy will hav wiped out tho
only workorj' boycott of Rutlisn
goods nywhr in th world.
All over the globe, labor leaders
have made furious sounds and pass passed
ed passed roaring resolutions against the
butchery in Hungary but have
meekly avoided direct action which
could seriously injure the Russian
economy.
Only en th decks of New York
hav cargo handlart, members
of ths International Longihoro Longihoro-mn't
mn't Longihoro-mn't Assn., rojoctod Russian
goods.
Not only have the dockers re
fused to handle the stuff, but they
are considering including in their
new contracts with the shippers,
clauses which would give them the
legal right to refuse to unload
products made in the shippers,
clauses which would give them the
legal right to. refuse to unload pro products
ducts products made in the ..lave camps and
jail-like factories of Iron Curtain
lands.
All this is in the tradition of mili militant
tant militant labor. Yet the State Dept.
early Monday morning sent word
it would like t confer with Capt.
William Bradley, president of the
ILA, and general organizer Teddy
Gleason.
A few hours later they were ask asked
ed asked to come down to New York's
Citv Hall and pnnfer u-hh Mavnr
Robert Wagner's labor aides and
the State Dept. envoy. That meet,
ing was scheduled for late Tues
aay atternoon.
Just Whv the State Dent is nr
suring the longshoremen presu"i
ably will be exDlaineri hv sn
White Paper in 1966. This may sa
tisfy the historians, but the work workers'
ers' workers' councils which are writ'-'
history with their blnod nn Hro.
gary's streets and mountainsic. i
just uon t see how they can make
(he time. The State Dept. will have
to forgive them for being impa impatient.
tient. impatient. Thsr It a low oiling myste mystery
ry mystery cloud hsnging ovr sll thit.
On ens hand th Wstrn diple diple-msts
msts diple-msts sr demanding cantur of
th Russians.
Yst ther. it concerned pres pressure
sure pressure by sll Western governments
n all f labor to eppest th
Ruttlan salesmen of slave labor
goods.
Nov. 30. 4he lea
in 88 countries met in Brussels.
Among them were the AFt.-ruv.
Irving Brown andVictor Reuther,
speaKing tor tieorge Meany and
Walter Reuther.
Thev had hpfnrn thorn a nhn fAt
" w ivai f'inii IVt.
all transportation workers, d"ck
wauopers, airport freight handlers,
metal workers and
stategic materials bound for the
ouviet woe, to strute rather than
work or produce for the good of the
itussian dictatorship and armies.
This would have meant that l
goods flowiie to anri from tha IJ,,.
sians wouia nave been cut off. The
Russian economy would be squeez
ed. The Kremlin could n6t set fnr
eign exchange to buy materiel for
us armies.
The free world would, at last
have had a weapon far short of
war with wruch to hit the Rus
sians and maybe ease their brutali
ty in Hungary.
This would hav meant turn turning
ing turning th Communists' own tech technique
nique technique againtt them. Right af after
ter after th war, th Communist glob global
al global network, the World Federation
of Trad Unions, launched such
a boycott againtt ut. Wo hsd to
fly materiel into Franco bacauts
Communist longshoremen refus refused
ed refused to unload our thipt in sn ef effort
fort effort to smash American relief.
At one point we had to divert
our shiDDine to North Afrira anri
flv the stuff back into Euronp
Yet on Nov. 30, the leaders of
..he free unions nf the world turnpri
down specific plans for a boycott
ot tne nusstans.
Our own friends, men who have
boasted in a thousand ennventinnc
that they would come to the Belp
ot anti-fascists and anti-Communists
at the right moment, said
there were "legal and technical
reasons for turning down the boy
cott of Russian fascism.
Just who was powerful innnrh
'O' pressure them is the mystery.
Just why they put their bravery
into words and not action is even
more mysterious.
And iust whv the Ut ata TlAnt
wants to smash the only boycott
leu in me worm is the mystery
within mystery.
Or don't we understand correctly
what's happening at the UN?

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gentlemen who will be receiving
do-it-yourself kits for Christmas
this year. I couldn't care less if
you saw off all your hands mak making
ing making cabinets that won't close or
similar useless bric-a-brac. But
don't get carried away; men, don't
get carried away, or there'll be
trouble from Chronic Helpless Hus
bands, Pty. Ltd.
What I mean to say is that I
read the other day that a couple
of high-school students on Long
Island, New York, had progressed
so far with do-it-yourself that they
were running up a cyclotron.
The mnahrnnminc' custom of re
pairing a faulty family faucet in
stead of calling in a pro seems 10
ho opt tino nut of control. Ever
since it started costing about 30
ducks to say neuo to a piumoci,
and carpenters reckon their wag wages
es wages ty integral calculus, the- hum humble
ble humble owner of the mortgaged ranch ranch-house
house ranch-house has shoved oft on a fresh
career requiring the talents of sev several
eral several varieties of artisan.
.It's surprising how simply man
eshed in his own
braggadocio. You fix one fuse and
you re lost. Mama ooesn i give yuu
that dear-would-you-m i n d ap approach
proach approach any more. 'Fix it, Junior!'
she says, and buys an atrocious
hat with the savings thereof.
In a feeling of peace on earm,
good will to men, if you gentle-
mon urnillfl fain TCSt VB memC
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heed the old man here: Practice
ineptness from the day you neave
hue nrar tha threshold, and tran
quility will reign in the wigwam.
1 shall expound:
.It Is not enough to say: dut
sweetie, I can't fix th busted
boiler, or th glandered wash
ing machin.' or in iimmeo
camera, r fhe runaway riiwr.
She won't accpt it. What you
must do is build up a heavy rec record
ord record of compete fumble-fingrd
ineptness, a rputstion fr creat creating
ing creating chaos out of erdr( madness
from tsnity.
Eighteen years ago my bride
and I were humming through
South Carolina when the new car
stopped. Dead. I then drove the
first spoke in a long reputation for
mechanical idiocy.
"Hnw dn vou suDoose vou open
the hood?" I asked the child
bride. She got out and opened it.
"What do you suppose that grea grea-ti
ti grea-ti niri mesa is I then asked.
pointing at a crouching monster
..iii.:. "Thol e tho pnoine." sne
WllllUl amwv a wiw "-o
said. ,.
"Whatever do you suppose could
be wrong with it?" sezzi. "Do
something," says she. "What?"
sezzi. "Let's wait for a nae ano
get a mechanic In the morning.
The next morning the mechanic
sneered as he replugged a wire
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of the oil cup had jarred off and
busted the connection. Mama sneer
ed, too. I smiled inside. The cam campaign
paign campaign had started.
The radio doesn't work. Kick
It not too hard, because too
brisk a kick might start it going.
If tho television's busted, rock
it violently from sids to side.
If you have any tort of peculiar
currant, plug in th wrong plugt.
I once, melted an alarm clock
that way. How do I know I got an
AC clock on a DC line? I am a
writer, not a mechanic, although
some enemies have said that as a
writer I would make a wonderful
mechanic.
Once I was summoned to the
kitchen to help Mama put out a
blaze in the stove and managed
to bum off the best part of one
hand. 1 could not work for a month.
Mama did not get the new coat.
Mama has not called me back to
the kitchen since. She puts out her
own fires.
But the best piece of how not to
do-it-yourself has to do with that
last minute: "Sweetie, I forgot to
order bread and, tlbg food this
morning. Would you slip into some something
thing something loose and totter down to the
supermarket frill get the follow
. It

ing
"Yes, darling," you say, smiling
like a poor Borgia in front of a cut cut-rate
rate cut-rate apothecary.
You leave the bail game to look
after itself, and you go to the
delicatessen. You buy Spanish ol olives,
ives, olives, anchovies, caviar, rare chees cheeses,
es, cheeses, imported beer, fancy pickles,
pate de foie gras, Alaska crab,
and potted shrimp. 8
You lug about 60 bucks worth
having blown tho month't food
allowance and when the sayt,
"But where's th bread, the dog
food?" you reply: "Darling, I
got to trancified by all thet-j
gorgeous frib-frabt I clean for forgot
got forgot what you tent me for. Let's
pretend we are engaged and
have a party."
That is the last time you get
sent to the store.
Plav it this way and we all stay

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merry
WASHINGTON When Dwight
D. Eisenhower of American and
Jawaharlal Nehru of India sat
down together this week they
were the embodiment of Rudyard
Kipling's famous lines: "East is
East and West is West and never
the twain shall meet, tilj . .two
strong men stand face to face,
though they come from the ends
of the earth!"
The two strong men faced the
problem of bringing two opposite
parts of the world together. And
no two men could be more differ different
ent different in taste, experience, outlook.
In real fact they do come from
the needs of the earth.
Nehru spent his life in passive
resistance. He has never held a
gun in his hand. He bucked th?
world's then mightiest empire,
Britain, -to win independence for
India. It was the most notable a
enlevement of passive resistance
in the history of the woild.
The man he sat opposite this
week end spent 40 years us a mil military
itary military man. His earliest training
was to drill with a rifle over his
shoulder. All his hie he has relied
ort force.
His mother was a devout paci pacifist,
fist, pacifist, a member of Jehovah's Wit Witnesses.
nesses. Witnesses. Her son went ot to lead
the world's greatest invasion ar armada,
mada, armada, became commander of the
world's most powerful, victorious
army.
The thin little man who dream dreamed
ed dreamed dreams of Indian independence
has spent 13 yeans in jail. That
was where he had so much timo
to dream dreams. Today he is not
bitter toward his British jailor;
He has kept his country a part ot
the British Empire.
NO GOLFER HE
"I am not prepared to say that
the many years I have spent in
jail have been the sweetest of my
life," says Nehru with an ironic
touch of humor.
"I have been a dabbler at ma many
ny many things. I began with science in
college, then took to law, and aft
er developing various other inter interests
ests interests in life, finally adopted the
popular and widely practiced pro profession
fession profession of jail-going."
The man from the West who
sought to bring East and West to together
gether together this weekend has never
dabbled. He has never wavered
from the military career begun in
1911 at West Point. He is an out outdoor
door outdoor man. He chafes at confine confinement,
ment, confinement, spends long hours on the
golf course, long vacations fishing.
Nehru has never had a golf
stick in his hand. When in jail
his only exercise was 30 minutes
in the early morning. "In order to
compress as much open-air exer exercise
cise exercise as I could in the short time
at my disposal," says Nehru, "I
took to running, and gradually in increased
creased increased thiS to over two miles'
daily."
The rest of the" time Iri jail he
spent reading and thinking. He stu studied
died studied Marx, discarded Marx, be became
came became a strong anti-Communit. His
British jailers recommended that
he read religion. They didn't want
him to read books on politics.
"It is wonderful how dear to the
heart of the British Government
is the subject of religion," says

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encourages all brands of it."
The man who talked to Nehru
this week has read few books out out-side
side out-side military textbooks and, mors
recently, westerns. He had not
dabbled in political theory or reli religion.
gion. religion. He says frankly: "I prop my myself
self myself up on the pillows at night to
read government reports and thea
in about 20 minutes I doze off.
Mamie comes in and turns out
me ugni, ana i sleep like a ba baby."
by." baby." HOP! FOR RUSSIA
Nehru Is an internationalist of
the type hated by the old guard
of the President's party. He has
been sharply critical of the dicta dictators
tors dictators to whom the other mart hat
given blessing and support -Franco
of Spain, Chiang Kai-shek of
Formosa, Syngman Rhee of Ko Korea,
rea, Korea, Trujillo of the Dominican Re Republic.
public. Republic. He has not been so crificSl of
Russia, yet he has consistently
fought Communism. He sees Rus Russia
sia Russia as emerging from the despo despotism
tism despotism of czarism, which he consi considered
dered considered something so bad thai it
must never go back.
He thinks the despotism of Com Communism
munism Communism just as bad, but predicts
that time wii'i cure the Soviets e e-viis,
viis, e-viis, I
"Nothing In the world that is a a-live
live a-live remains unchanging," says
the man who waited 13 years in
jail for the freedom of India.'"All
nature changes from day to day
from minute to minute. Fttfph wa water
ter water runs on, and if you stop it, it
becomes stagnant. So abb h is
with the life of a man and the
life of a nation."
Here Jawaharlal Nahrti ; and
Dwight D. Eisenhower Iwgir. to
approach each other. Eisenhower,
himself an internationalist, him himself
self himself a hater of Communism, has
never hated Russia as a group of
people.
Both are brilliant,, sometimes ex exhausting
hausting exhausting conversationalists. Both
according to some of their friends,
lack terminal facilities. Each prob probably
ably probably tried to outtalk the other.
Both are genuinely concerned a a-bout
bout a-bout the peace of the world. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has come part V a y
round to the Nehru view thaf neu neutralist
tralist neutralist Asia holds part of the key
to peace.
So it was important to the peace
of the world when "two strong
men stood face to face" this week
"Though they come from the
ends of the earth."
When o town celebrates Its cerv 1
tenntol, why do oil the men try to
outwWtker eoch Other?

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Estonia, Lithuania Fighting
Red Rule, Also, by Striking

BERLIN, December 21 (UP) -West
Berlin press reports said to today
day today that anti-Soviet demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations have broken out in the Soviet-controlled
Baltic provinces of
Estonia and Lithuania to back de demands
mands demands for independece.
The newspaper Der Taf said
Solice had to be called out to
reak up demonstrations of stu students
dents students and workers in the streets
of Tallin, Estonia, and Vilna, Lith Lithuania.
uania. Lithuania. Demand Freedom
The demonstrators were de demanding
manding demanding withdrawal of Soviet
forces and the freeing of persons
imprisoned for campaigning for
independence, the report said.
The newspaper did not say when
th reported demonstrations oc occurred.
curred. occurred. It aaid the reports came
from foreign students studying in
Russia.
The official Lithuanian Commu-

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nisi party newspaper disclosed
last week that "reactionaries,''
encouraged by the Hungarian re revolt,
volt, revolt, had began to "raise their
heads" in Soviet Lithuania.
The West Berlin paper also pub published
lished published reports of strikes and stu student
dent student unrest in other parts of Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. Russian Strike
It said "numerous" strikes oc occurred
curred occurred in the past few weeks in
the Urals and the Don River Val Valley.
ley. Valley. In Moscow, it said, more than
10 students were expelled from
Moscow University and sent to
forced labor in Siberia for attack attacking
ing attacking the government and party
leadership.
The newspaper said more than
1,000 Moscow University students
voiced their opposition to the gov government
ernment government at a six-hour meeting.
The protest meeting, it wis re reported,
ported, reported, was addressed by W. Du Du-dinsev,
dinsev, Du-dinsev, author of the best-selling
novel, "Not by Bread Alone,"
which depicts the crushing of av average
erage average Russians by government
bureaucracy.
Others To Ham
Spokesmen for the students de declared
clared declared Stalin alone could nnt h

blamed for the Soviet dictatorship

ana iney demanded control by the
people of all branches of the gov government,
ernment, government, Der Tag said.
The newspaper said students
were expelled after Soviet Com Communist
munist Communist chief Nikita S. Khrushchev
told a youth meeting:
"If vou do not like th it w

do things then go to work in the

lactones and we wUl replace yo.u
with others in the universities."
It said also that a sit-down
strike at Moscow's Kaganovitch
ball-bearine nlant lasted three

days. Previous reports have said

workers at tne lactones went on
strike for higher wages and to
protest work quotas.

United Pardon
TOKYO, Dec. 21 (UP)-Tht gov government
ernment government granted a blanket pardon
today to nearly 75,000 minor offen

ders as a celebration of Jaoan's

admission to the United Nations.

The persons pardoned included

more than 70.000 violators of elec election
tion election laws and some 3,500 petty
criminal.

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WEST PALM BEACH. Dee 21

(UP) A 26-year-old Lake Worth

woman was. charged today with
inducing five teen-aged boys to
beat up a former boy friend who

had spurned her affections.

The information filed against

Betty Mallette also accused her of

taking part in the beating of Ken

neth Arnold with a "garrison

Not all finesses are e q u a 1 in
value. In today's hand South had
exactly one chance to finesse, and
had to pick the right finesse to
make his contract.
Declarer won the opening club
lead with dummy's ace and fool foolishly
ishly foolishly took a trump finesse. The
finesse succeeded but the king of
trumps did not fall on the second

round of the suit.
East held up his ace of dia

monds to make sure of killing
dummy's jack with it, and South

was unable to get to dummy for

a heart finesse. He eventually had

to lose a trump, two hearts, and

a diamond.

The correct play is to finesse
hearts rather than spades at the
second trick. J the heart finesse

succeeds, South really gains a

trick. As we have seen, even

though the spade finesse sue

ceeds, South gains nothing by it.

War Less Sure,

Admiral States

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)

Aam. Arieien a Rnrk tn m th.

fleet todav that its rarlint nri

devotion to duty in recent weeks

nave maae tne war clouds over

tne world less black."
In a Christmas messae tn th

Navy, the chief of Naval Oners.

uons saia me swift and powerful
response" of the fleet rlurintr th

oast weeks "aeain unhelri tho nnl-

lcy of our government in bringing

arjoui a more favorable stiautino

about a more favorable situation
in the Middle East

"Our readiness and devotion to

duty have mad the war rinuH

over the world less black and
given the star of Christmas a

cnance to shed its Oght on the free

peoples ot the world," be aaid.

Gift On The Wing

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec) 21 (UP)
A cock pheasant swooped down
on a decorated Christmas tree on

a busy .downtown intersec t i o n

today and settled for a rest. It
was like a Christmas present for

one spectator, probably a fmsta; fmsta;-ed
ed fmsta;-ed hunter, who grabbed "him and
walked off.

iron..
Miss Malette faces additional
counts of contributing to the de delinquency
linquency delinquency of the five boys, whose
age ranged from 17 to 18, by giv giving
ing giving them beer and whisky.
She was freed on $2,000 bond.

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WASHINGTON,' Dee. 21 (UPV (UPV-Highway
Highway (UPV-Highway safety authorities gave
motorists five driving safety rules

aimed at keeping the holiday ac

cident toll below the 854 killed

last Christmas and New Year's.
C. H. Lamb, president of the

American Association of Motor

Vehicle Administrators, advised

U.S. motorists:

1. Observe the courtesy of the

road; don't confuse horsepower
with hogpower if you want to stay
alive.

3. Stop for safety breaks and a

don't overdrive your headlights

3. Stop for safety breaks and a
cup of coffee before starting home

aner parues.

4. Plan long trips when you're
rested and allow plenty of time,
and gasoline is the first steo to

fuicide.

Queen, Duke To Co
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PARIS, Dec. 21 (UP) Queen
Elizabeth and th rink, nt

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nearly 20 years, the Foreign Min Ministry
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The last British monarch to vis visit
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came to Paris in 1938 on a trip
ity in the face of a mounting
threat of war.

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Adenauer Eyes U. $.
Visit in Early '57

BONN, Germany, Dec. 21 (UP)

Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in

dicated today that he hopes to vi

sit the U.S. early in 1957 to confer

with President Elsenhower and

other U.S. government leaders.

Adenauer said at his regular
fortnightly news conference that he
considers such a meeting "desir

able." But be said it could only take

place after the President bis ha-1

time to establish his new admini-
alra..un.
Commenting on German pre s
rcpoits that be might invite Mr.
Eisenhower to Germany. Adenau Adenauer
er Adenauer replied that such a crip "could
not It expected of the President."

Would-Be Bandit

Captured WHh Own
Gun In Albemarle

ALBEMARLE, N.C., Dec. 21

(UP) A would-be bandit who
was cantured with his own sun

was held in lieu of $15,000 bond

here today on charges of violation
of the federal bank robbery act.

Lee Roy Shadnck. 31. of Skelton

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- --r-.---... '-". The Baha'i. Faith," a subject eal eal-vic..
vic.. eal-vic.. was captured by an off-duty, cullted to tatw newc0ers t0

ureiuan jesieruajr a, ne ,-ueu mithese meetingS, as well aS those

pnic irum me luutmim who have attended previously

uuuuci a noau.

The association's executive vie

Baha'ls To Hear
Special Lecture
At Meeting Tonight
A special talk will be presented
at tonight's regular weekly discus
sion at 8 p.m. in Win Memorial
Hall, Balboa, a spokesman for the
Baha'i Group of the Canal Zone
announced today.

Mrs. Mary Ann Howard of Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu will speak on "The Birth of

The Baha'i. Faith, a subject eal

president, Henry L. Harris, slam

Following Mrs. Howard's talk,

the reeling will be opened to
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med a door in the fac ; of the Kun-,R,i,,s f.ith. as well a nv other

man ana ran oui w me ouice lubject of interest. These meet

yelling for help. ings are open to people of every

snaancK men ilea, aroppmg nis race, creed and nationality

overcoat ana a sawea-ou shotgun
Fireman Pete Purr picked up tl"

shotgun and captured Shadrit.;

after a one-block chase.
ShadricX who said he had been

released a few days ago from the

U. S. Penitentiary at Lewisburg
Pa was arranfffvl hare VII ft

Judge Deplores
Presley Influence
ALBUQUERQUE, N. ,.Dec.

Commissioner Fred A. Rest 1 Rogers deplored the "Elvis iPres

ordered him held for the April l ley influence" on teenagers today

ierm ot 14 s. Middle District Cour
at Salisbury, N. C.

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Airline Resumed
BERLIN. Dec. 21 ftlPV

The East German airline resume 1

Wife Who Killed
Unfaithful Hubby
Cets8-10Yeors
EATONTON, Ga., Dec. 21 (UP)
A wife who killed her husband
with a shotgun after catching him
with another woman received an
eight to 10-year sentence Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for involuntary manslaughter.
Mrs. E. B. Chalker said she ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally shot her husband in a
skirmish after finding him in "a
compromising position" with Ma
rie Hollis of Madison, Ga.
She said the three returned

home from a drinking party sev
eral months ago, but she left the
house again and returned to find
them. Mrs. Chalker said she
grabbed a shotgun but Miss. Hoi
lis tried to take it away. During
the struggle the gun went off, fa
tally wounding Chalker.

Bins JENNYE ALYCE STEPHENS a former resident of Curundu Heights, whose engage
attOnt to Mr. John Gibson Johnson Jr. is announced. Miss Stephens Is the daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. N. Z. Stephens of Flass Church, Va. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John O.
Johnson of Panama City.

MRS. WILLIAM K. HARRISON GUEST OF HONOR
JUT NAVAL OFFICERS' WIVES LUNCHEON
! Mrs. William K. Harrison was guest of honor at ft lunch lunch-mn
mn lunch-mn given by the Naval Officers' Wives Club in the main
IwbBft of the Quarry Heights Officers' Club Tuesday.
The clab oresident Mrs. Dorothy Carroll presented Mrs.
Harrison with an erchid eorsare. Other guests were Seftora
Nine Lopez de Amador of Havana, Cuba, Mrs. Ruth Higgins
MHMrs. Bernice Utley from Washington, D.C.

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iweflsmont Announced
Mr. and Mrs. N. Z. Stephens, of
Falls Church Virginia, former res resident
ident resident at Curundu Heights, Canal
Zone: ifndunce the engagement
of fteir daughter, Jennye ATyce
to Mr. John Gibson Johnson, Jr.
son of Mr. and Mrs. John G.
Johnon of Panama City.
Miss Stephens attended the Uni University
versity University of Oklshoma for three
years where she was a member
of the Kaopa Alpha Thetn social
sorority. She will graduate from
the George Washington Universi University
ty University in Washington, D.C. with B A.
Degree in business administration.
Mr. Johnson is attending Hie U-

niversitv of Maryland and is a

member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon

social fraternity. He is majoring
fn economics and air management
in the school of business adminis administration.
tration. administration. A June wedding is planned.

tower, chief of staff of U.S. Army
Caribbean and Dr. Carlos Arose Arose-mcna
mcna Arose-mcna A. prominent young lawyer
of Panama City were inducted as
Rotarians at the Christmas meet meeting
ing meeting of the Panama Rotary Club
yesterday.
Three orphan children, who are
wards of the club, were guests of
honor at the dinner.
Visiting Rotarians at the meet meeting
ing meeting included Rodolfo de Obarrio, of
David; Juan.Krippel, of Penafl'or,
Chile Lawrence Canfield, of San Santa
ta Santa Cru, California. Other guests
were R. C. Lindo and Don Hall of
Kingston, Jamaica; Stanley Burke,
of Santiago, Chile; and A. T. An Andersen,
dersen, Andersen, of Barcelona, Spain.

trice Alexander) and her young

son Jimmy.
Me-And Mrs. Dt Flavls
Arriving For Holidays

Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeFlavis of

Yorktown Heights, New ork will
arrive by air tomorrow night to
sDcnd the holiday season as the

guests of Mr. and Mrs. waiter

Brown of Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
DeFlavis are Mrs." Brown's aunt

and uncle.
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Tom Grimiton
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Home for Christmas vacation Is
Thomas W. Grimison who is spend spending
ing spending the holidays with, his parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Beck of the
Gavilan Area. Tom is a student at
Penn State University.
On his way south, he stopped
off In Washington for a visit with

High- Mrs. James Spangler (nee Bea-

Indonesia Deplores
Soviets' Presence
On Hungarian Soil
JAKARTA, Indonesia. Dec. 21

(UP)-Indonesian Foreign Minister
Ruslan AbduTgani said today his
country "cannot tolerate" the' in intervention
tervention intervention of Russian troops in

Hungary.
Abdulgani pledged that Indones

ia will work in cooperation with
the Colombo na.iors, the Asian
and African countries and through

the United Nations' "to achleve'the
withdrawal of Soviet troops from

Hungarian territory.

wher he sentenced four California

youths to 18 months in prison.
Thomas Spencer, 19; Marion Le

Pace, 19; Phyllis Scaranella, It;

and Barbara Swann, 19, drew th

sentences for taking a stolen ca.
across state lines.
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flights today between East Berth of person whom "all juvenile de
and Budapest, the Communis linquents admire and look upon a
East German radio announced. a god."

Twin Girls Born
Seven Miles Apart
FYVIE, Scotland, Dec. 21 (UP)
Twin girls were born sevei
miles apart to a Scottish farmer's

wife; it was disclosed here today

Christmas Dance
Program To Be
Held At Gorges
A Christmas program of danc dances
es dances will be given for Gorges Hog.
pitai patients at 2 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon, in the Red
Cross recreation room.
Students of Ann Lattin's
School of Dance will perform
special numbers carrying out the
Christmas theme, and they will
be followed by several young la ladies
dies ladies of the Pan American Insti Institute
tute Institute in Panama, who are stu students
dents students of Mrs. Lei Omphroy. They
will present authentic and color colorful
ful colorful Hawaiian dances.
Among them are Mayra Sucre,
Laura Martinez, Ailsa Mufioz,
Shirley Llopis, vielka Espen,
Marion Borden, Esther Perez,
Alicia Miranda, Vllma De Ora Oracle
cle Oracle Guadalupe Edwards, Ana
Del Vechio.
Children from Curundu and
from the West Bank taking part
on the program are: Linda Man Man-goyna,
goyna, Man-goyna, Gail Shepard, Beverly

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A local doctor arrived at the Marsha Sebay, Joyce Jackson,
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CORDELE, Ga., Dec. 21 (UP)
Retiring Sen. Walter F. Goirn

predicts the work! can enjoy a

century of peace if the English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking peoples and their friends

win strengthen and maintain their

oonas oi unity.
George, speaking impromptu at

a civic club meeting here yester yesterday
day yesterday said former British Prime
Minister- Sir Vinsion Churchill

shares his belief that at least a
century of peace ispossibie
, The retiring U. S. Senate
dean, now taking on a new job
as President Eisenhower's adviser
on NATO, said he was revealing
for the first time an intimate ses session
sion session he had with Churchill last fall.
George said the greatest tragedy
of the century is "that Churchill
cannot go back 10 or 20 or 30
years and. lead Europe through
this critical period."
When George was a student of
Mercer University in Macon 58
years ago be won a medal for
his speech on the "bases of
peace." He said the present step
of bonding 15 nations together in
NATO is 'probably one of the
most important in hlstfSV
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with refusing to pay a bin.
Attorneys James J. NeedlemAn
J. George Gold and Harry M. Flir
charged that the actor refused to
pay for legal services allegedly
provided between March 1, 155
and last Sept. 18, 1956.



TODAY, DECEMBER 81, 195

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page rm

Social and Otli

erwiSe
-Continued

Studtfif i Howe
For Holidays
On Anntic Side
Mr. James Ramsey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Erwin Ramsey of Mar Margarita
garita Margarita will arrive by plane on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to spend bis Christmas holi holidays
days holidays with his family. Jim is a so sophomore
phomore sophomore at Case Institute of Tech Technology
nology Technology in Cleveland, Ohio. He will
be accompanied by a guest, Mr.
Rollin Walte, who is a member of
the. faculty at Case.
Also arriving for the holidays
this week-end will be Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Allen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Allen of Margarita.
Miss Allen will arrive by plane
from Sarasota, Florida where she
is a student of Commercial Art.
Mr. Herbert Lewis will arrive
by plane today from Coral Gables
where he is a student at the Uni University
versity University of Miami. He will spend
his two weeks vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H.
Lewis of Brazos Heights.
Mr. Ralph Reccia arrived last
week by plane from California to
vacation during the holidays with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. James
Reccia of Margarita.

Non-segregation Bid
Upheld in KOrleans;
Pool Rights Affected
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 21 (UP.)
-The United States Fifth Circuit
Court of Appeals has upheld the
right of Negroes to use the muni municipal
cipal municipal beach and swimming pool
at St. Petersburg, Fla.
In an opinion handed down
yesterday, the appearls court stat stated
ed stated that a financial loss alleged
by city attorneys could not justify
illegal operation and furnished no
ground f'for abridging the rights
of the appellees" to use the beach
and pool without discrimination,
their argument on proprietary op-
The Tidrida attorneys based
ration as opposed to facilities op operated
erated operated by cities In governmental
capacity, and said that if Negroes
used the beach facilities, white pa pa-tranage
tranage pa-tranage would cease and sufficient
funds would not be available to
continue operations.
Said the court:
"Of course, financial loss cannot
justify illegal operation, and un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate as closing the pool may
be, that furnishes no ground for
abridging the rights of the appel appellees
lees appellees to its use without discrimin discrimination
ation discrimination on the grounds of race so
long as it is operated."
The opinion was written by
Judge Richard Rives with the con concurrence
currence concurrence of Judges Elbert Tu'ttle
and Warren L. Jons.

Mist Becky Esser
Makes Dean's List
At College

Miss Becky Esser, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Esser of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa was among the freshmen stu students
dents students at Cpcordia College in
Moorhead, Minn., who were plac placed
ed placed on the dean's list by earning a
"B or better"-grade average at
midsemester.
Mr. And Mrs. Stuller
Hero For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stuller will
arrive tomorrow with their baby
daughter Jane tomorrow to spend
the holidays with Mrs. Stuller's
parents Capt. and Mrs. W. H.
Casswell of Margarita.
Mrs. Stuller, who is the former
Miss Patricia Caswell, is a grad graduate
uate graduate nf Tristnhal Hieh School. Her

husband served an tour of duty

with the U.S. Navy at coco Joio.
The Stullers now make their home
in Jackson heights. Long Island,

New York.

They will be at home to their
many friends here during Christ Christmas
mas Christmas week.
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Finland Minister
Going To Russia?
HELSINKI, Dec. 21 (UP) -Finnish
Prime.. Minister Karl August
FagerhoW will' visit Moscow Jan.
30 at the invitation of the Soviet
government, it was announced
here' today.
The Foreign Ministry said Fa Fa-gerhold
gerhold Fa-gerhold will be accompanied by
Trade Minister Kauno Kleemola
on the visit which will last a few
days.

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

YEAR ago when my daugther

was a smail girl, I read her Rud Rud-yard
yard Rud-yard Kipling's story of a jungle

treasure guarded by an evil White

Cobra.
Not long afterwards, this im improbable
probable improbable creature took up nightly
residence in her bedroom. I could
not get rid of -him. I found an at atlas
las atlas to demonstrate the thousands

of miles he'd have to travel to

get to Massachusetts. Every night,
I opened bureau drawers, closets,

shook out bedclothes. I hugged, I
kissed, I got interminable glasses

of water. I bought a mghtlamp.
I got nowhere. No sooner would

I reach the bottom of the stairs
than the cry, "Mother!" would
come and back in despair I
would go to resume the Battle of

the Cobra.
One night, we wont It.

RETURNING to the haunted
room, I lay down beside my child
and told her another Kipling sto

ry.

"One upon a time," I said, "a

little boy named Kim was travel

ing through the Land of Cobras
with an old holy man called a la

ma. One afternoon, as the old la
ma felt tired, they sat down un

der a tree to rest. Suddenly, under

the leaves of a nearby bush, Kim

caught a glimpse of movement

and the coiling body of a snake.
He cried out, 'Cobra! Run, oh, ho holy
ly holy one!' But his lama didn't run.
What he did was to stretch out his
hand to the cobra and say, 'Come,
lie in peace with me in the sun,
little brother.' And that's just
what the cobra did."
Then I said, "Let us stretch out
our hands to our White Cobra,
darling. He's come to us to be
loved, poor lonely thing. Let's ask

him to come and curl up beside
lie whilo untl fall Bclaan

That was the end of our Battle

of the Cobra.

I HAVE never felt apologetic to
Mr. Kipling for my elaboration of

his incident, as it was in the spir

it of Kim s lama. And I commend
its results to other parents, baf baffled
fled baffled by the failure of reason to ex exterminate
terminate exterminate the lions, witches,
ghosts, bogeymen and other male

volent fauna that sometimes haunt

the bedtime darkness of little chil children.
dren. children. As they are -not created by rea reason
son reason thpv An nnt rpcnnnrl in it Tn

deal with these evil visitors, we

nave to Know mem as symoois oi
the child's terror of his own "badness."

H we can convince him that they

have come, not to destroy him, but
to seek his kindness, we still this
terror.
To do this, we have to speak
their symbolic language with them.
We have to accept the reality of
the lion, witch or ghost, removing
their threat, not by denying their
existence but by teaching the child
to say, "Lie down in peace with
m.e my sins."

Colliers. Companion

Hit Stands for Last

Tine Before Quitting

NEW YORK, Dec. 21

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(UP)

Collier!

panion, fixtures on the American

magazine scene for more than a
half century, went on the news newsstands
stands newsstands for the last time today,

containing serial stories that uev
er will be finished.

Neither mentioned that the two
magazines suspended publication.
Suspension of both magazines
with the January issue was an announced
nounced announced las week by he Crowell Crowell-with
with Crowell-with the January issue was an announced
nounced announced last week by the Crowell Crowell-Collier
Collier Crowell-Collier PiiblNhing Co. The firm, a
successful book publisher, said
suspension of its last two maga magazines
zines magazines was dictated by increasing
losses resulting from rising costs
and decreaing advertising reve revenue.
nue. revenue. Meanwhile, discussions contin-

Teacher Kills 3,
Wife And Himself
CHICHESTER, England. Dec.

21 (UP) Farm workers alerted by

ine repeated booming of a shot shotgun
gun shotgun found a horticulture teacher,
his wife and three children dead
today.
The men said they saw Michael
Legge, shotgun in hand, stagger
and fall near his home. The chil children,
dren, children, aged 9, 7, and 2, were found

in a heap by the house. Mrs.
Legge had run 30 yards before

she was- shot.
Police said Legge had been dis dismissed
missed dismissed shortly after beginning
work at the Chichester School.

Saar Treaty Okayed By Germans, Fr

BONN, Germany Dec. 21 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The West German Parliament ra ratified
tified ratified the French-German Saar
treaty today ensuring political res restoration
toration restoration of the rich coal-and-steel
basin to Germany on Jan. 1.

by a unanimous vote of the Bun Bun-desrat
desrat Bun-desrat (upper house) on tne sec second
ond second reading there.

The Bundestag (lower hflH
ratified it, also unanimously M
Dec. 4. It also has been approved

The ratification was completed by the French National Assembly.

ued on a price approximating

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Cristobal Imblem
Club Holds
Christmas Matting
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
52 held their regular social meet meeting
ing meeting Tuesday evening at the Elk's
Home in Brazos Heights. The
Christmas theme was carried out
in both the decorations and enter enter-t
t enter-t a i n m e n t. Refreshments were
served from a T shaped buffet ta table
ble table having an Oriental poinsettia
as the centerpiece at the head of
the table and a Santa Claus rein reindeer
deer reindeer sled coming down the table.
Christmas gifts were distribut distributed
ed distributed from a beautifully decorated
tree.

Members attending were: Meg Meg-fames
fames Meg-fames Mary Livingston, Doro hy
LaCroix, Jeanne Bensen, Dotna
Cougher, Midge Larrison, Fanny
Kaplan, Gertrude Allgaier, Millie
Reccia. Alberta Roth, Jane Huldt
quist, Selma Wanio, Virginia Rus Rus-ion,
ion, Rus-ion, Geraldine CelTucci. B 1 1 1 1 e
Crump, Gwen DeTore, Fye Day,
Jean VanderHeyden, Ida McDade
Evelyn Koperski, Jay Cain, Hit-

4 Contractors Share
Zone Projects Work

Low bids totaling $13,596 were
entered by iour different contrae-
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riroth Turner. Marvnell Sanders

Alice Smith, Elma Schiebe, GIen-L ttta mA anH th rnn.

na Smith, Betty Merry Tessl;. cion a new water pipe tt
Lowe, and Vera Fagerberg and p s LeDr0Sarium. The bids

1 1 n i ni-t l" 1 Allied All.

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pttpsts

eiier. Adriana Castro and the Mes-

dames Hauke .and Johnson.

ivi ,t oDened in tne Administration

Building at Balboa Heights.

The work on the Atlantic side

was divided into- tnree scneuuies
with E. O. Hauke making a low

offer of $2,174 on drainage work
to be done near Rainbow City Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School and C. A. High
makiag an offer of $5,197 for the
construction of a 60 by 120 foot

concrete slab on the South Marga

4 Choirs To Sing

Sunday At Balboa
1 1 n inn fhnrrh

, . rita School playground. Dillon and
Four robed choirs, comprised r ,,irkm.n m.Ae hid of $7,261 on

children, youths and aduus, wi 1 tne thir(1 schedule, which includes
combine to sing the Christmas the construction of the concrete
hymn, "Little Town," Sunday at gUb plus the installation of electri electri-the
the electri-the 10:30 a.m. service of Divine caj ughting.
Worship at the Balboa Union
Church. Wright Brothers of Colon made

The Alieiujan unorus win a iow 0lfer ot ,iti iur me t

London Catholic
Film Institute
OKs 'Baby Doll'
LONDON, Dec. 21 (UP) The
Roman Catholic Film Institute to today
day today approved the showing in
Britain of Tennessee Williams'
movie, "Baby Doll," denounced in
fh. TTnited States bv Francis Car

dinal Spellman and the Legion of

Decency.
The Rev. John Burke of the
institute said the film is "degrad

ing" but he sees no reason why

dull Catholics should not see it

sunc bv the adult choir

Mrs. A. J. O'Leary, cnurcn orga

nist, will render the following
nnm hers: "Nativity Minatures

including "Procession Toward co

Jerusalem," "Nightfall in Betnie-

hem," "The Manger," "Paean of
the Nativity." "Lullaby," "T h e

S.ar and the Magi," "Light on the

Judean Hills, Cantique de woei
and Bach's "Prelude'in G. Minor."
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen will
preach a Christmas sermon on the
theme: "wise men will worship

him."

Sundav evening at 7:30, the a

.txotinn nf annroximatelV 1,4WJ

i;..... foot nf fnnr-inrh cast iron

water line to replace a section ot

thee xistmg water line ai ram

dult choir and choristers will con

duct a "Christmas Carol Service.
This traditional service one of
the outstanding servic of the
church year, is under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Mrs. Thibodcau and Mrs
O'Leary.
Carols from other lands will al
so be heard.

Ike Gets Stamps
For Crandkiddies
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President and Mrs. Eisenhower
today attended a White House cer cer-nmnnv
nmnnv cer-nmnnv dedicating a children s

hree-cent postage stamp.

Acting Postmaster General
Maurice H. Stans gave the Pres President
ident President an album containing a sheet

of the new stamps which, were

issued recently.
He also handed Mrs. Eisenhow

er four similar a mums ior tne
Eisenhower grandchildren.

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CANDIDATES FOR POLICE BALL QUEEN Candidates for Queen of the 19th Annual Canal Zone Police Association Ball
are (left to right): Shirley Ann Meyer, Camllle Ellis, Carol Voortmeyer, Becky Abell, and Billle Sue Spencer. The Ball is to
be held March 8 at which time the Queen will be chosen on the basis of votes. The stubs of tickets, which will be avail available
able available soon from any Canal Zone Policeman, will serve as a vo te to be marked and turned In, and will also serve as a num number
ber number In the Door Prize Drawings.

A-Knowledge of ProfSoviefbound Probed

THIS
WEEKEND
Christmas parties
become something
special in an El
Panama private
salon or our
Klaanordas Bella mm
Vista, Rm
with Clarence
Martin's music and
UAN DAN,
the Yo-Yo Man

DANCE!
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SUNDAY
combine, breakfast'
and lunch in our
air-conditioned Balboa
music arid DAN DAN,
th Yo-Ya Man .
complimentary cocktail

enjoy yourself

it's cheaper than you think at El Panama. .only $2.25
CHRISTMAS DINNER at El Panama is a pleasure for the lady of your
household and the rest of the famtfy! Relieve her of the worry of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas dinner planning and serving. Bring the family to our old-fashioned
Christmas dinner from noon in the Balboa Room, with Lucho Azcarraga s
trio ,and from 7 p.m. In the Bella Vista Room, with Clarence Martin's
orchestra playing.
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AT OUR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY IN THE PATIO?

Tickets ($2.) on sale at front desk.
Call Maitre d'hotel, 3-1660, for all reservations

Coming Sunday, Dee. SO Our famous SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET!

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate internal security sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee is, investigating wheth whether
er whether a -Missouri professor who de

fected to Russia had access to nu nuclear
clear nuclear secrets.

chipf counsel Robert Mrrns

said yesterday that the Defense
Department has acknowledged

that O.S. Makar. !. 1 -" mrvT--sity
professor, had "limited ac

cess to the aionue testing grouim

at White Sands, N.M.

He said the subcommittee has
asked the Defense Department
whether this extended to classified

nuclear information.

Dispatches from Moscow this
week said Makar, an expert in
photographic map making, and his

wife had renounced their Amen

can citizenship to live and work

in Russia.

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Whatever the occasion Sunday morning breakf asts, holidays,
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Each neflce for inclusion in this
column ihould be lubmittcd in
type-written torm and mailed to on
f the box number liitad daily in
"Social and Otherwise.' or deliver

ed by hand to the office Noticei of
mattings cannot be accepted by
telephone.

CZ Retired Workers Assn.

The Canal Zone Retired Work

ers Association will hold a spe special
cial special meeting next Friday at the
Pacific Service Center.

The meeting, at which mat

ters of vital importance will be

discussed, will begin at 7 p.m.

Nazarene Sunday
School Children
To Give Program
The children of the Ancon Na Nazarene
zarene Nazarene Sunday School will irive
their annual Christmas program
at 10:45 a.m. Sunday following
the Morning Worship Service.
The children will be giving re recitations,
citations, recitations, singing Christmas
carols, and climaxing the pro program
gram program with the manger scene.
The young people will present
a Christmas play, entitled "Olo "Olo-rv
rv "Olo-rv to God," on Sunday at 7 p.m.
The young people plan to go
Christmas caroling after the
play. Anyone wishing to attend
these Christmas Services art
welcome.

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A-na Fatiir.- Review

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6:35 What's Tour p a t o t 1 1
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C: 30 Top Tunes of the Wee
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7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from U
8:00 Music By Roth
:30-Short Story Theater
0:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
U:00-Jaza Till Midnight
12:00-Slgn Off.

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7:30 Jazz Salon
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8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
8:15 Bonjour Mesdames
8:30 Paris Star Time

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11:30 Journey Into Space
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12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Tim
l:00-News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serened
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Tim
3:00 Concert On Th Mall

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4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Farorit (re (requests
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8:30 Manhattan Melodies

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7:00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from VS.
8:00-Saturday Night Dancing
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8:30 Educating Archie
8:00 Your Hit Parade ;
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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests J

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FIRST GRADERS GIVE PROGRAM A pint-sized conductor leads the South Margarita Rhythm Band in a program of Chrlst Chrlst-'mas
'mas Chrlst-'mas music presented at the December meeting of the Parent Teachers' Association held at South Margarita Elementary School
Monday. The South Margarita Rhythm Band is composed of first graders who are under the supervision and direction of Mrs.
Eugene Hamlin.

Ishibashi Steps Up
As Japan s Premier

TOKYO, Dec. 21 CUP) Tanzan
IsMbashi, an economic expert
who was once purged from politi political
cal political tife' Gen. Douglas MacAr MacAr-thur,
thur, MacAr-thur, won parliamentary election
yesterday as Prime Minister of
Japan.
Ishibashi, 72, former trade and
industry minister, replaced Ichiro
Hatoyama, 73, who stepped down
with regret that "my strength was
not enough" to achieve world
peace and freedom.
The Diet elected Ishibashi by a
vaie of 291 to 150. Earlier he had

won a vote by 150 to 77 In the

House of Councillors, tne upper
house of Parliament.
The 5 foot 3-inch Ishibashi vir virtually
tually virtually had been assured of becom becoming'
ing' becoming' Prime Minister since last week
whenrhe wa ejected president of
the ruling Liberal Democratic
party. He won out over Nobosuke
Kishi, who, at the age of 60, was
considered too much of a "young "youngster"
ster" "youngster" to head the government.
Hatoyama, who is partly para paralysed,
lysed, paralysed, resigned earlier in th day
alar two yars in office that saw
Japan enter the United Nations,
reiume relations with Russia and
s a reparations treaties with the
Philippines and Malaya.
He appeared before the Dit for
a farewell speech, during which
he nearly broke into tears several
times.
"I anv tird," Hatoyama said
slo" ly, "and wish to give up" my
d' iest and take a rest.

j 'inuring my long years of politi

cal lite, i believed i lought for
peace and freedom. Now I realize
my stytpigth was not enough.
Please keep this spirit alive in
years to come."
Ihe- -incoming Prime Minister
has a reputation for independence
and mfl speaking that won him
rc-nect and admiration in the post post-Vpt
Vpt post-Vpt occupation period.
The son of a Buddhist priest and
ac',jsflarr Ishibashi became a re

porter on the influential maga magazine,
zine, magazine, Oriental Economist, and
worked his way up to president
and publisher.
After the war, he became fi finance
nance finance minister in the first Cabinet
of Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshi Yoshi-da.
da. Yoshi-da. But he incurred the hostility
of both Yoshida and occupation of officials
ficials officials by his fight to block an
anti-inflationary budget policy and
to slash occupation expenses.

Spy Charge Nets
5-Year Sentence
In Israeli Court
JERUSALEM, Dec. 21 (UP) -An
Israeli court today sentenced
former" Red Army officer Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Yulin to five years in prison
for spying for Egypt.
The nroserution said Yulin of

fered unsuccessfully to spy for
Russia and the United States be before
fore before approaching Egypt.

Yulin fought for Russia against

Finland and then came to Israel
in 1948 to fight in the war for
independence, the prosecution
said. After leaving the Israeli
army he became a pig breeder.
The court was told that Yulin
left Israel in 1956, offered his
services to the Russians in Zurich
and Vienna and then approached
the Americans in Berlin without
sucress.
. Next Yulin went to Paris, con contacted
tacted contacted an Egyptian military at attache
tache attache and was flown to Cairo
where he gave information on the
Israeli army, the prosecution
charged.
He was returned to Israel as
head of a spy network which was
to transmit information by way
of Athens, the court was told.

Dirty Xmas Cards
Scalded in Miami
MIAMI, Dec. 21 (UP) .The
chairman of Miami's censoring
board accused newsstands here to today
day today of selling "obscene and smut smutty"
ty" smutty" Christmas cards, but decided
I' is probably "too late for a crack crackdown."
down." crackdown." "It just doesn't seem possible
that some people would stoop so
low," Mrs. Regina McLinden o f
the board of review said. "These
cards are about as bad as any anything
thing anything that has ever been con condemned
demned condemned by the city censorship
board."
"I think it's a shame that a
company would take a deeply re religious
ligious religious occasion and try to drag
it in the mud," the Rev. W. P.
Harmai of the Protestant Serv Services
ices Services Council said. He called the
cards "vile."
Mrs. McLinden described the
cards, which she said cost from

25 to 30 cents and were mingled

with deeply religious cards, as
having a "teaser" line on the front

and a "kicker" line on the inside.

She said many of the cards

have cartoons of semi-nude women
on the front.

2 Doctors to Speak
At Auditors1 Dinner

The president of the Panama
Canal Zone Chapter of the Insti Institute
tute Institute of Internal Auditors an announces
nounces announces that a special dinner
meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m.
on Dec. 26 in the Fern Room of
the Tlvoll Guest House.
Dr. Frank P. Smith and Dr. J.
Marvin Sipe, outstanding educa educators
tors educators and practitioners in the
field of auditing and accounting
will be the speakers.
The meeting is open to all au auditors,
ditors, auditors, accountants, and busi business
ness business executives on the Isthmus.
The cost of the dinner will be
$2 for each person ,and reserva reservations
tions reservations may be made by calline

telephone Balboa 2-1732 between

the hours of 7:15 a.m. and 4:15
p.m., or telephone Balboa, 2-3210
outside of these hours. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations will close at noon Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Dec. 26.

REVENGI
TROY, N.H. (UP) A hit hit-run
run hit-run hrse was hunted here after it
ran into Olande Putney's automo automobile
bile automobile and dashed away.

TEENAGERS & PRE-TEENS
REGISTRATION FOR DANCES CLASSES
ATLANTIC SIDE
Jan. 3rd, Cristobal Y.M.C.A. 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
PACIFIC SIDE
Jan. 5th, Balboa Y.M.C.A. 9:00 to 12 noon
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Nick Nicolatt, who came upon it while soberly patrolling his
beat The KWoot-high giraffe doesn't look stuffed at all when
you come upon it suddenly in the dark. The German-made
critter was a gift of Ed Buchanan and Dick Goodman, of "Fly "Flying
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Train is Derailed,
One Dies, 38 Hurt;
Road Bed is Blamed
BELLEVILLE, 111., Dec. 21 -(UP)
One person was killed and
38 others were injured today when
an Illinois Central train derailed
near here and nine cars toppled
over a 15-foot embankment.
The victim was identified by au authorities
thorities authorities as Mrs. Jennie Covell, 70,
of near North Platte, Neb.
All of the injured were rushed
to St. Elizabeth's hospital here
where spokesmen said at least one
of them was in Critical condition.
Eighteen were treated for minor
injuries and released.
Derailment of the 14-car bag baggage
gage baggage and passenger train, two
miles wert of Here was blamed

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Mom, 5 Daughters
Dies In Dulufh
Flash Fire

DULUTH, Minn., Dec. 21 (UP)
A mother and five of her daugh daughters
ters daughters died in a fire that flashed
through their home here shortly
before 6 a.m. today.

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holiday iamny eiiuuiuks "u n, i. ,,. .. ....
to aet when it's "I want you to1 thtrt reads: "Open Stt. We Love ,Y1,.climweJ,e identified as Mrs.
meet" introduction timee Do you Everybody." It's signed Rod C1?rk' 3' and dauenters

for it.

hide in the deep freeze or can you Skelton.

remember the names ot Aunt lm lm-Ki'
Ki' lm-Ki' two cousins and of Uncle

Fud's son's second wife?

.if vou'vft tansled with the

nmhiom hark to this one.

Members of Debra Paget s
show business family trouped m
for a cst-ind-crew party Debra
tossed at her home following

completion of "Loye Me Tender.
The introductions were confusing

and that's the understatement of
the Hollywood social year. This is
the way the Paget family roster

leads

Debra's mother 19 professional

ly known as Margaret uibson.
Debra's father is correctly
known as Frank Griffin.

Debra's older sister is profes

sionally known as Teala coring.
Teala's huSband is Gene Bennett.
Teala's two daughters are Geneen
and Kim Bennett.
Debra's younger sister is pro professionally
fessionally professionally known as Lisa Gaye.
i.io't husband is Ben Ware, Deb

ra's brother is prtfessipnaflyj

known as Ruell Shayne. Kueii s
wife is legally Olga Griffin. Deb Debra's
ra's Debra's baby sister is Meg Griffin.
Or are you still with us6
Jeff Morrow had lunch with a
studio executive who was in a
rage because the film plant had
signed a starlet on the strength of
her agent's boast that she
possessed a genuine 40-inch bust.
- "Now." roared the angry ty

coon, "wardrobe finds that she

measures a mere 36 inches.
Jeff fiddled with his salad for
a moment, then quietly sug suggested:
gested: suggested: "Why don't you take the girl
and her agent into the LARGE
claims court?"

Arthur Tracy about a doll:

"She's got everything a guy caa
ask for and I'm going to asi:

Ruth, Claudia. Marv Lorraine and

Shirley. The children ranged in
age from 6 to 14.

Clark, another daughter. Gloria.

. 15, and Mrs. Bessie Cadunce, 65,

.wno uvea wun tflc Claries, escaped.

C. B. DtMilie has competition .
from Mike Todd in the extrava-! L1Mrs- clrk als 6t out of the
gance department. During filming ohzmg two-story frame dwelling,
of "Around the World in 80 Days," !?ut n Dack ln t0 rescue her fam fam-the
the fam-the script called for some sea 'i?- She cuame, out again,
gulls to follow a ship in a big F'reme" Jound, on on-scene
scene on-scene involving Michael Wilding side a bed Wtws.

When onlv a few wine-flaDOcrs . ..

showed up, the director yeled to 0(nes 01 eveTal tne aaugn aaugn-1
1 aaugn-1 ...ui.-i.. ters were found near bedroom

aumc 'WTY.' windows, indicating they had tried

ri. a.. .. ii. to escape. Mrs. Cadunce and Ruth

bage"

Producer Todd,

things, bristled at the order and

countermanded it with:

"The Hade yew will Garbage
isn't good enough for my sea
gulls. This is a big movie. Throw

them our best imported sar

dines"

Framed Telegram dn v Sammy
Davis, Jr.'s dressing room baOk-

stage at Mr. Wonderful :

"Never dug you before. Dug you

tonight in Mr. Wonderful. You is

the man." (Signed) Marlon

Brando.

Baseball Hall of Fame hono

for Bud Abbott and Lou Cottello's

famous "Who's on First?" routine

reminds me of something few p

pie know. The routine has to com

pletely confused audiences these
past 20 years that few realise the
skit's ball team has only eight

players.

Bud and Lou have never had a

right fielder in deference to the

memory of Babe Ruth.

were asleep in a downstairs bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. Others of the family were

sleeninii on the second floor.

overseeing!

by state police on a shifting road
bed due to recent rains and con construction
struction construction work.
Heavy fog and occasional drizz

le hampered rescue workers at

the crash scene.
Two ambulances collided while
racing to the wreck and three per persons
sons persons were injured, including And

rew Russell, 53, East St. Louis,

who was in serious condition. Rus

sell was driving one ambulance
and David and Joseph Renner,
brothers from Freeburg, III., were

the crew in the other.
Illinois Central officials said the

wreck occurred at a point where
stats hiffhwav deDartment crews

installing an underpass

They said train crews were m m-ctriiMAd
ctriiMAd m-ctriiMAd tn reduce soeed to five

miles per hour in the area.
Toronto Star's
President Dies

From Heart Attack

TORONTO. Oct. 21 (UP) (UP)-warrv
warrv (UP)-warrv mmfort Hindmarsh, 69

president of the Toronto Daily

Star died last nigni. me newo newo-naner
naner newo-naner he had built into Cana

da's largest was reported to be
going on sale,
onlv a few hours before his

death, he had headed an execu

tlve meeting which resulted in

the retirement of two directors
said to be opposed to what ap

peared to be the impending saie
of the Star.
Hindmarsh was rushed to a
hospital by ambulance after he
complained of a back pain. He
died of a heart seizure shortly

afterwards.

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL GROUP Musical Director of Cristobal High School O. E. Jorstad leads the School
Choral Group in a program of Christmas Carols at the Atlan tic Side Parents Teachers' Association meeting which was held
in the South Margarita Elementary School. Monday. " 1U

Harriman Declines John $. Mcintosh
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teen-aged delinquent In his first important film break
might prevent his becoming a bobbysoxers' favorite. Hand Handsome
some Handsome young Mr. Saxon Is being introduced by his home
studio, Univtrsal-International as a co-star, yes co-star, of
Esther Williams and George Nader in the suspense drama,
"THE UNGUARDED MOMENT," filmed in Technicolor.
Which OPENS AT PRE-RELEASE ON DECEMBER 25 AT
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"TRAPEZE," the multi-million Cinemascope color film
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of authenticity, and for good reason. The Hecht -lane aster
production which OPENS AT PRE-RELEASE ON DECEM DECEMBER
BER DECEMBER 25 AT THE CENTRAL through United Artists was film filmed
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ring starring Burt Lancaster, Gina I illobrlglda and Tony Curtis. .

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"Seven Menfrom Now"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"Beast from 20,000 Fanthoms"
Sat. "'Meet Me in Las Vegas"

GAMBOA- 7:00
James Cagney
"Tribute To A Bad Man"
Sat, "Seven Men From Now"

GATUN 7:00
Rossana Podesta
Jack Sernas
"HELEN OF TROY"
Sat. "Twinkle In God's Eye"

MARGARITA 6:15 7:56
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"Twinkle In God's Eye"
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"OPERATION PACIFIC"
Sat. "I Died A 1000 Times"

CRISTOBAL 7:00
Alr-Conditioned
Jock Mahoney
e Martha Hyer
"SHOWDOWN at ABILENE"
Sat. "Proud & The Profane"

PARAISO 6:15-7:55
"WORLD in MY CORNER"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15-8:05
"CONFIDENTIAL REPORT"

LA BOCA 7:00
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)
New York's Democratic Gov.
Averell Harriman is the only
state governor so far to decline
an invitation to President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's second inaugural.
Edward F. Colladay, chair chairman
man chairman of the inaugural commit committee's
tee's committee's reception for governors and

aistmguisnea guesis, saia uc uoa
wired Harriman that he may
appoint a "representative" to at attend
tend attend in his place.
Of the 19 answers received
from governors so far, the only
nthfir to decline an invitation to

the inaugural festivities was tho

governor or Hawaii.

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John S. Mcintosh, a member
of the Canal Zone Retired
Workers Association, died in the
Santo Tomag yesterday. He was
63 years old.
Mr. Mcintosh migrated to the

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line eariy years 01 me construc

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i nal and -was employed by several
'units. His last place of employ -i
ment was the Dredging Division
where he worked for many years

up until the time of his retire retirement
ment retirement over a year ago.
Surviving hi mare his wife,
Melvina, two sons, Frank and
Harold, and several grand chil children.
dren. children. v
Mr. Mcintosh was ailing for
over a period of time and was
admitted to the Santo Tomas
Hospital about four weeks ago.
Funeral arrangement will be
announced later.

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Cantata Sunday
Svnday evening at 7 p.m. in the
Curundu Protestant Church t h e
church choir will present their an annual
nual annual Christmas cantata. The choir
is under the direction of Mrs. Kietz Kietz-man,
man, Kietz-man, church choir director.
A inimber of solos, duets, trios
along with men's and women's

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MIAMI BEACH, Dec. 21 (UP) (UP)-Six
Six (UP)-Six days of detective work paid
off yesterday in the capture of two
high-living suspects in a $700,000
Canadian stock theft at a lavish
seaside hotel 1,700 miles from the
scene of the crime.
Capt. Joseph Bedard, chief of
Montreal detectives, captured
Garry Haro. 21. and Beniamin

Simms, 30, both of Montreal,
while they slept in their $25--day
room at the Fontainebleau, the

oiggest notei on the beach.

They were suspected of bank bankrupting
rupting bankrupting a Montreal brokerage
house by stealing more than $700, $700,-000
000 $700,-000 in negotiable stocks.
A thin' suspect in what was
called the biggesi stock theft in
Montreal history was being sought
in Montreal. He was identified as
Constantlne Papadakis, a friend of
Hart.
Bedard, who flew here from
New York early today to make

the capture, said the three meat

were suspected of looing R. Ho;
and Co,, one of Canada's olde

orokerage houses.
Bedard said Hart and Simms
batt about $4,000 in casS
with them here, but that he had
not located any of the missing
stocks in their, room, Hbweveft
Montreal police have traced some
$200,000 to $300,000 worth of thi
stocks that were Cashed in Cai
ada, he said.
' 4.
Hart apparently acquired
taste for e a m h I i n inW nisKtL

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Moat company, Bedard said. TKi
youth's job' gave him' access t

we nrm s vaults.

Simms worked for another Mnr

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Dot full of trouble."

ROflurrl ofeiW tkm MmMm j

lo fight extradition and that he
probably would drive them back
to Canada Sunday or Monday.

I h a fli.tAtiiiM .-. J lU. -4-l I

was discovered last Friday and
announced Tuesday when the

Moat arm declared itself in bank-
ruptcy.

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mas cantata will be Charles Walsh,! new me mens naa to De an in in-n(
n( in-n( inu: unur i nmmnniiv net. side iob. we immediately susnect-

work. The public is invited. ea nim.

choruses wiB be sung. Miss Betty
Stiles and Mrs. Kietiman will sing
a duet "Song of Thanksgiving."
Mrs. Margaret Darling will solo
in "The Angel's Song." In the sing singing
ing singing of "Mary's Lullaby" a wom women's
en's women's trio composed of Mrs. Kietz Kietz-man,
man, Kietz-man, Mrs. Robert Ryals, and Mrs.
Milton K. Leidig will have the lead
part.
.lohn Gonch will sing a baritone

solo entitled "Unto Us A Child Is

Gobel Hilarious, Gaynor Superb
In "The Birds And The Bees"

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"The Birds and the Bees" is a happy combination of

deft comedy performances, spngnuy siory, sparxung song
,r,H J.n. miiHnes and lavish rnVirful nrodurtlon. Star'

, I w -1. 1 1 v, ...... . .
ring George Gobel, Mitzi Gaynor, David Niven, Reginald
Gardiner and Frank Clark, a VlstaVlsfon and Technicolor

film Is solld-packen entertainment irom start to unisn.
"THE BIRDS AND THE BEES" OPENS ON DECEMBER VI

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14 Extol
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16 Newest
17 Make a
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35 Fish sauce
36 Dry. as wine
39 put in order
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40 Ensnares
43 Note in
Guido's scale
46 Papal cape
47 Tear
50 Deduce
52 Form a notion
54 Dinner course
55 Horne's gait
56 Season afresh
57 Most aged

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3 Former
Russian ruler
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5 Dropsy
6 Second
vending

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impact, a 23 Athena 42 Of the feet
a bullet 24 Medicinal ball 43 German river
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9 Pillar 21 Century plant 45 Crafts
10 Contends 29 Fruit skin 47 Ratio
1 1 Essential being30 Facility 48 Followers
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David Stern, president and pub

lisher of the New Orleans Item
and former publisher of newspa
oers here, will become mihlishpr

of the Philadelphia Daily News on

jan. i, me news announced today.
Matthew H. McCloskey, chair chairman
man chairman of the board of the News,
said stern will "continue to direct
activities" of the Item, Louisi Louisiana's
ana's Louisiana's largest evening newspaper.
Stern previously published the
Camden, N.J., Courier-Post and
the now defunct Philadelphia Record.

Mental Patient, Teenage Bride
Injured in Getaway Auto Crash

Lord Sees Poster
Of Nude Ekberg,
Finds It Vulgar
LONDON, Dec. 21 (UP)-Lord
Lucas of Chilworth told the House
of Lords today that he had content'
plated the scantily clad, reclining
figure of Swedish film star Anita
Ekberg with a diamond in her

navel and found it "vulgar.

bordering on obscene."
Lord Lucas referred to massive
posters in London advertising an
American-produced film starring
the shapely "Swedish Iceberg."
Debating a new film bill, Lord
Lucas said, "Some of the Ameri American
can American films are not fit to be showi

on the screens of any country."

A fascinating manhunt through a steaming tropical
jangle is the exciting story of "Run For The Sun," a United
Artists release in Superscope and Technicolor. It stars the
handsome Richard VVidmark, pretty, petite Jane Greer,
whose recent absence from the screen Is deemed more re re-gretable
gretable re-gretable after seeing her fine performance in "Run For The
Son" and the fine British' star, Trevor Howard. Richard
Widmark plays a dissolute writer living in Mexico, whom
Jane Greer, as, a national picture magazine reporter, is
sent to interview. Roy Boulting got the utmost in suspense
and characterisation from the script on which he collabo collaborated,
rated, collaborated, and Troducer Harry Tatleman, who produced for
Russ-Fleld, assembled a fine cast and production crew for
the film which was shot on location in Mexico. Trevor Ho Howard
ward Howard and Peter Van Eyck play the Nazis with a quiet vicl-
2iatiSliheir terror a the K effective. See
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DENBER, Dec. 21 (UP) An
escaped mental patient and h ;
teen age bride who disappeared
with him three days ago in Cat -fornia
. were injured critically to today
day today when their automobile crashc I
into a ravine while being chased
by police cars.
From her hospital bed Clo Ann
Wiegner, 17-year-old bride wh
had been reported abducted by her
eun carrvine estranged husnant.

said she went with him because

'I love him."
She and her husband. Michael

Wiegner, 16, an escapee from a
mental hospital at Napa, Calif.,
were hurt as thev tried to flee

from police in a stolen automobile

snortiy alter midnight.
The car Wieaner was drivine

collided wiih three different police
cars chasing him, then crashel
through a barricade on a dead
end street and rolled over a li li-foot
foot li-foot embankment into a gully.
Mrs. Wiegner's parents, Mr. ani
Mrs. John M. Mowatt, were en
route to Denver from Daly City,
Calif. They had uld authorities

Wiegner had tied them up and

forced their daughter to accom accompany
pany accompany him at gunpoint.
But the pale voune bride said

today that "I went wi- him be

cause I love him.

'I really love him. I love him

very much," she said.
The brown-haired bride said she
was not aware that her husband
had been confined to a mental
institution. She said her

had told her only that he was'ii

a nospitai.
Seriously Hurt
Her head was wrapped in heavy
bandages. Her fractured left arm
was in a traction splint, and her
body was taped because of frac
tured ribs.
"I've asked the doctors how be
is I've been worried to death
and they told me he was getting
alone okav. Thpv wouldn't toll ma

what was the matter with him or

how bad he s hurt," she said. "I
want to see him as soon a I'm I

able but the doctors say I won't

oe able to for a while."
"I'm sure mommv and rinriHr

won't be mad at me about this,"l

she said in answer to a question.1
Wiegner suffered a ruptured
spleen and a punctured lung in

the accident. His condition was de

scribed as poor at Denver Gen
eral Hospital.

The couple and a second fugi

tive from the California institution,
Jesse Eastman, 35, a Sioux Indian
also known as Jesse Red Cloud,
were in a car taken when the

fled Daly City Monday night. Pa Patrolmen
trolmen Patrolmen Bill Swope and Jim

Prince stopped to investigate after

seeing it parked along a west

side drive-in in Denver.
The car sped away and the of

ficers began a chase that lasted

abou. 15 minutes ht speeds as high
as 70 miles an hour.
It ended when Wiegner turned
into a dead-end street, crashed
through the barricade and then
careened down the embankment-.
Wiegner told police that Eas. Eas.-ham
ham Eas.-ham leaped from the car seconds

before the crash and fled.

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Negro Parents Fail
To Attend Tea;
Principal In Huff
MIAMI (UP)-Principal Roby G
George of Mays Negro high school
at nearby Goulds may not keep

nine seniors from graduating be
cause their parents failed to at attend
tend attend a school tea, but he promised
to "make it rough for them."
George admitted he told the stu
dents Monday they "might as

well fold up your things and gc

home because you won t be gradu
ating from school."
But after conferring with school
authorities, George said he "might
not actually keep them from grad graduating."
uating." graduating." The principal said senior class
members decided to hold a tea
last Sunday in conjunction wilh an
annual parents' meeting, and that
he decided to make the lea "com "compulsory"
pulsory" "compulsory" so parents could be ac

quainted wiuh problems of gradu

ation expenses.
George said he had not received
"satisfactory explanations" from
the truant parents. He asked sev

eral who said they were sick to

bring him signed statements from

a physician.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER tl, 1W

Doubleheader Set

Tenth Inning Smoker
Homers Fracture Davie,
Arthur Pitching Duel

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The Chesterfield Smokers, now in a tie for the
Panama Pro League lead with the Carta Vieja Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, and Cerveza Balboa, one and one-half games
off the pace, clash again tonight at the Olympic Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, this time in a doubleheader with the f irst con contest,
test, contest, set for seven innings, beginning at 6 0 clock.
Chesterfield's deadlocked position with Carta
Vieja came about last night when EHas Osono broke
up a pitching duel between the Smokers Jerry Davie
and the Beermen's Stanley Arthur with a tenth in inning
ning inning homer to put the Smokers m front 2 to 1. That
blast was followed by a two-run roundtnpper by Hal
Grote to give Davie and the Smokers a 4 to 1 victory.

Mound opponents hi tonight's
twTnbin will be lefty Tom I lani lani--
- lani-- h riirht-hander Alberto
Osorlo for thj
the
Smokers and righthander wm-ston-
Brown and southpaw Geo.
Brunet for the Brmen
A double win for the Smokers
would put them a IVutfn?
front while twin victories for
!ri Beermen would create the
situation of one-half game sep sep-ratine
ratine sep-ratine three teams.
'faS who stayed awy from
last mgm s gic r -.,
resting up for the bargain wu
tonisht missed a contest that
was a thriller from siart w im-
Davie7 the Winner, and Ar'
thur the loser were both great
on the mound as they gave up
eight and nine hits, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, and came through re re-neatedly
neatedly re-neatedly to the clutch.
"Arthur was relieved by Car los
Thome in the fateful tenth aft after
er after osorlo's and Grote's pok's
came with one out. Thome retir retired
ed retired the next two batters.
Actually, the game might have
ended 1 to 0 in favor of Chester Chester-field
field Chester-field in the regulation nine
frames, had it not been for a
defensive slipup, by Smoker third
baseman Clyde Parrls, in the
"rf'the bottom of that frame
with the score still deadlocked
0-0 Herman Charles doubleu
and moved to third when John
Glenn dropped a Texas League
single over secopd.
Hector Lopez forced Charles
at the plate, third to catcher,
and with Lopez on first, Glenn
on second and Leon Kellman at
bat, Lopez wandered off first
and catcher Marcos Cobbs moved
toward him with the ball.
Cobos turned as Glenn tried
to make it to third and the
Beermen c e n t erf elder was
trapped between second and
thM. The ball was thrown to
Parrls, who chased Glenn
aafely back to second without
not once throwing the ball to
the fielder covering tbe bag.
Davie fanned Kellman for the
second out but Al Pinkston'
single, which took a bad hop
over second baseman Frank Aus Austin's
tin's Austin's head, brought home Glenn
with the lone Beermen tally. x
Parris, now in the throes of
batting slump w'th one hit
In 16 at bats for a .063 aver average,
age, average, moaned after the game,
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"I just can't seem to do any anything
thing anything right."
Chesterfield tied the score in

the seventh on Ed Napoleon's
single, Davie's aouDie, an inten intentional
tional intentional pass to Manlto Bernard
and a sacrifice fly to Austin.
In the top of the tenth Par Parrs
rs Parrs filed to right, Ellas poked
one high over the right cen cen-terfteld
terfteld cen-terfteld fence, and after Bob Bobby
by Bobby Prescot walked, Grote hit
his four-master to left cen center.
ter. center. xne nomer was uiwc aecuuu
hlt of the nlgnt and nls third of
th? seas and ..boosted" his
The homer was Grote's second
21 tn isn Th tall centerfield
er, who started the campaign
wearing No. 13 on his uniform,
used No. 7 last night. After the
game he said the change in uni uniform
form uniform number had nothing to do
with his success at the plate last
night.
"It wasn't even my idea to
change numbers," he said. "The
guy who thowM It up was Tes Testa,
ta, Testa, the bat boy."
Diligent Davie
Chesterfield
Bernard, ss
Austin, 2b .......
Parrls, 3b
E. Osorlo, lb
Prescott, If
Grote, cf
Cobos. c
Ab R H Po A
1
4
0
11
1
2
9
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Napoleon, rf .....
Davie, p

Totals 36 4 9 30 14
Cerveza Balboa
Gordon, lb ....... 4 0 1 6 0
P. Osorlo, lb 1 0 0 0 0
Charles, 3b 5 0 3 0 4
Glenn, cf 4 1 1 4 0
Lopez, 2b 5 0 0, 5 2
Kellman, V ...... 5 0 0 7 2
Plnkston, rf 4 0 2 2 0
Moore, ss ..3 0 0 2 1
Grenald, If 4 0 0 4 0
Arthurs, p 2 0 1 0 1
Thome, p ....... 0 0 0 0 0

37 1 8 30 10
P. Osorlo struck out for Gor
don in 9th.
Score Bv Innints
Chester. 000 000 100 34 9 0
Balboa 000 001 000 01 8 1
SUMMARY Errors- Mnore.
RBl's: plnkston, Austin, Osorlo,
Grote 2. Earned runs;, Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield 4, cerveza Balboa 1. Two Two-base
base Two-base hits: Charles, Davie. Home
runs: Osorlo E., Grote. Double Double-plays:
plays: Double-plays: Cobos and Austin. Stolen
bases: plnkston, Moore. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hit: Austin. Struck out by
Arthurs 6, Davie 8. Base on balls
off Arthurs 7, Davie 4. Left on
hnse f'rrveza Ralhna m Phes-
terfield 10. pitchers' record: Ar
thurs 4 runs, 9 hits in 9A In Innings.
nings. Innings. Winning pitcher: Davie
u-uj. usin pucner, Artnurs
(0-11. TTmnlres' Thnrnt.nn Rob
erts, Moore. Time of game: 3:17.

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3 NY Giants
On NL All-Star
Fielding Team

NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP)
verall, the New York Giants didn't
do well during 1950 but three of
their players made the National
League s all-star fielding team
The three Giants who were de
fensive leaders at their positions
were second baseman Red Schoen-
dienst and outfielders Jackie
Brandt and Don Mueller. Schoen-
dienst set an all time mark for
second baseman wiht his .993 av
erage.
The individual field leaders:
1R .lop Arlrork. Braves. .995 : 2B
Schoendienst, .993 ; 3B Willie Jones
Phillies .973; SS Roy McMillan,
Rnrtlpps .975: OF Brandt. .990.
Mueller, .989 and nut viroon, r-
rates, .988; C Del Crandall, Braves
Mfi and P Tom Poholsky. Cardi
nals since traded to the Cubs, 1.-
000.
if msrlrMl thp first time in the
laet siv vpars that Ted Kluszewski
of Cincinnati failed to lead first
basemen in fielding. His mark oi
990 placed him fifth,
in tho tpam average department,
the Brooklyn Dodgers wound up
with the best fielding average,
9812. edeine the Cincinnati Kea-
legs, who fielded .9811.
Brooklyn committed me iewesi
ormrc 111 while the Pirates made
the most, 162. The Cardinals exe executed
cuted executed the most double plays, 172,
and also turned in the only two
triple plays made in the NL this
year.
SCARES
CTJRUNDU MIXED LEAGUE
Mivpd nowline
League met last week on the al alleys
leys alleys of the Curundu Clubhouse
for another evening of bowling.
At the end of the evening the
league standings were as 101-
lows:
Team
W L
t.p.f. Pt
bn
Bmb, Wildcats
Connectors .
Honey Bears .
Red Cats
Matadors
Alley Cat's
Dud's
River Rats
7
5
4
4
4
4
3802
3802
3885
3710
3230
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Results Dec. 12
Connectors 1, Dud's 3
River Rats 0, Alley Cat's 4
Matadors 4, Honey Bears 0
Red Cat's 1, Bmb Wildcats ,3
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Top Fhre (Men)
Av. 'gb
Burnett 172 6
R. calbat .. .. .. .. 14 6
G. Crump 161 6
Llndenburg .. 157 b
H. Hill a
Top Five (Women)
B. Thomas 128
C. Moreno 127
K. Calbat 127
M. Moore .. 126
J. Baugh .. 124
Red Cats
.t Mtmnin. R. Thomas. J. Bry
ant, J. Thomas, J. W. Mappln.
BMB Wildcats
B Moore. M. Moore, E. Blev-
ins, J. Baugh, V. Baugh.
Connectors
G. CrumD. M. McCoy. I. Lawer,
G. Lawer, G. Wllles.
Dud's
K. calbat. J. Donelson, D.
Bass, R. Calbat, I. Bass.
River Rats
S. Campbell, S. Campbell, S.
Serees. M. A. Weeczsek, Q.
Campbell, L. weeczsek.
Alley Cat's
Carpenter, Moreno, Brown,
Jackson, Williams.
Matadors
R. Ford. Dot Ford. V. Burnette,
H. F. Hill, E. Hill.
Honey Bean
2. Foster, B. Pate, M. Foster,
pate, Lenderberg.

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For Panama Stadium Tonight

Yogi Berra Living It Up As
Game s Highest Paid Catcher

HOLDING ACTION The baseball New York Giants finished
; sixth last season and lost heavily to the armed forces, so Man Manager
ager Manager Bill Rigney is keeping a close tight hold on Willie Mays.
A club with a center-fielder and hitter like-Mays, baa to be
pretty bad otherwiaeto be in the second division..

5-9 Shrimp Convinces Scouts
There's Still Room For Good
Little Man In Basketball

NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP)
Chet Forte, a 5-9 shrimp in an
era of seven-foot court giants, had
even a trio of skeptical NBA scouts
convinced today that there's stifl
room for a good little man in bas basketball.
ketball. basketball. A full 15 inches shorter than
Kansas' amazing Wilt phamberlain,
the 145-pound Forte stowed.
be just as upsetting ah'ltfflcrtace
on a game Wednesday nfgm when
he led unbeaten Columbia to a 78 78-68
68 78-68 victory over Dartmouth. The
pro scouts, who included Fuzzy
Levane of the New York Knicker
bockers, saw Forte hit on six of
11 field goals and seven of eight
free throws for 19 points in addi addition
tion addition to being credited with seven
assists.
Dartmouth's taller Indians
"ganged up" on the little guy, but
he then acted as a decoy and help helped
ed helped pass off to Rudy Milkey, who
tallied 24 points. It was the sixth
straight victory for Columbia.
Ranks Second To Wilt
Forte's performance raised his
season point total to 171, an aver average
age average of 28.5 per game which ranks
second only to Chamberlain's 36.2
average.
The mere appearance of the
pre scouts was a personal triumph
for Forte. If he's signed at the
completion of his college career,
Forte would become the small smallest
est smallest National Basketball Associa Association
tion Association player in history.
Western Kentucky, meanwhile
demonstrated that the honeymoon
is reallv over for San Francisco
when it rallied to beat the Dons,
61-57, at Louisville, Ky. The nth-
ranked Hllltoppers were ouiscorea
from the field, 24-23, but had the
edge at the foul line, 15-9. It was
the second straight "official loss"
for the Dons, who less than a week
ago were riding high with their
record 60-game winning streak.
Guard Eric Back tallied 17 points
for Western Kentucky but San
Francisco's Art Day was the
game's outstanding player with 23
tallies.
Deacons Win Carroutol
Wake Forest beat Auburn, 58-48,
to win the Carrousel. Tournament
at Charlotte, N.C., for the second
straieht vear. Wake Forest trailed
28-22, at hafftime but took the lead
when Auburn went 12Vi minutes
without a field goal in the second
half. Bob Emrick's 30 points en enabled
abled enabled Florida to beat St. Joseph's,
86-72, and take third place in the
tournament.
Tul.no connected on of 23
free throws to defeat Stanford,
441; Jerry Mallatt and Troy

Rushing tallied 21 point each te
lead Louisiana State University
to an 84-76 triumph over Baylor
and Miami mad 31 of 42 free
throwj to down Txas A&M, M M-80,
80, M-80, in important interactional
games.
All-America football player Ron
Kramer had 15 points and guard
George Lee canned 23 as Michi

gan crushed Kent State Universi
ty, 100-60; Bobby Thym cotrected
23 as Vanderbilt whipped 'New Me Mexico,
xico, Mexico, 81-59; Harvard routed
Brown, 92-47, Syracuse whipped
Cornell, 88-59, and Princeton de defeated
feated defeated Rutgers, 79-42, in other
games.
Aragon, Goldstein
Face 'Life Ban'
II Guilty Of Fix
PATEBSON, N.J., Dec. 21 (UP)
The National Boxing Associatioi
tnHflv t.hrnatonev) a life ban StTllnst
vwuwj vh W
iiiAltMineinKte A rf Arsann 3 n d
Dick Goldstein, already under sus
wcibOl rf cikihs niv ia v
pension in Texas for plotting to fix
a tignt oei ween tnem selves.
Abe J. Green of Paterson,
commissioner of th N. B A
said "if an investigation by our
xccutlv committee finds them
guilty, I will uggest that both
be barred from boxing for life."
He said he was confident that
Floyd Stevens, chairman of the
Michigan Commission and presi
dent of then N.B.A., would agree
to that suggestion; likewise other
members of the executive commit committee.
tee. committee. Meanwhile, the Texas suspensi suspensions
ons suspensions will extend throughout NBA
territory, he said.
"Our executive commitee wll
.t nnirkiv'nn this pflse." Greene
explained. "We will ask for com-!
olete reports from Txas and Ca
lifornia. I believe the Texas SUJ-'
pensions were far too lenient
they are guilty. And barring them
for life would be proper penalty
for them and warnings to other
s' "
Th two Los Angolas fighters
"Golden Boy" Aragon, third third-ranking
ranking third-ranking welterweight contender
and hottest box office attraction
in the Par West, and obscure
Goldstein were suspended yt yt-torday
torday yt-torday at Austin, Tex., by Stat
Labor Commissioner M. B. Gor Gordon
don Gordon of Texas for conspiring to
fix their fight at San Antenie,
Tex., which never was staged.
Aragon was suspended indefinite
ly; Goldstein for 30 days.

NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP-Yo-

gi Berra was living it up today as
the highest paid catcher in base baseball
ball baseball history and changing the linen
laundry on his brand new son gave
him a parental attitude toward his
fellow New York Yankee team
mates.
Yogi signed yesterday for $55,-
000 and it was dramatic evidence
as to how far a kid can go with
talent. It was a long way from
"The Hill," the Italian section of
Louis where he was born.
Berra arrived in a "beer and
rose pink" Cadillac," clutched
dainty cocktail sandwich in one
hammy hand and a fragile cham champagne
pagne champagne glass in the other, and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to admonish fellow signer
Whitey Ford on the facts of life-
baseball and otherwise
Yogi had driven his eye-opening
gasoline buggy over the bridge
from New Jersey to Yankeee Sta
dium. Ford whipped in from Long
Island in small sedan
"I came farther and I used less
gas," Whitey cracked.
"Lt mo tell you something,
ion," Berra admonished h I m.
"Us stars can afford this kind of
thing. You bettor save your mon money.
ey. money. And there's something lso,
too.
"I don't want you to go messin'
around with that there no-windup
stuff that Don Larsen used in the
World Series," Yogi added.
"But look what it did for Lar Larsen,"
sen," Larsen," dead-panned Whitey. "He
pitched the first perfect game in
World Series history."
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"There'll be a lot of sore arms'. tnBn Iew ce mwumswm w

for those guys which try it, be
lieve me," Yogi growled. "With nj
windup you. have to have a jerk,
in your motion and it's a sudden
scram
Well,
there are jerks and
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for him
"Okay, Okay," Ford grinned. T
wasn t gonna use that no windup
anyhow."
Bona settled back with a sat sat-isfied
isfied sat-isfied smll on his face, into
which h began to push a man man-sized
sized man-sized chunk of fruitcake, at
Whitey related that he was "kind
of sorry" he didn't win 20 games.
Tho Chubby en did win 19 a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst six losses to load tho
Joagu with a .746 percentage
nd a 1.47 oarnod run a varan.
"I developed a new nicknff
tion in japan and that helnprf
Ford explained. "I picked off 12
men and that won me a couple

t vu, i- t brothers, Noel and Bob,
l you learn it from a JsDi'.nm- Uh i

"ese pitcher?" somebody asked
.1"wu" Quipped the irrepressi
bU Ford, "there aren't many A"
merican pitchers over there."
tract for $35,000 and took n d.
ii a siayea w eat more fruit cake.
College Cage
Scores
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T.
S..17.. JvBron 47
' "cxpor
lu; 00
.. m Carnegie lecn
70
ojiacuse w uorneil 59
Columbia 78 Dartmouth 68
South
Carrousel Tournament
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Wake Forest 58 Auburn 48
Consolation Games
Muhlenberg 88 Clemson 65
Florida 86 St. Jos. Pa. 72
Marin Tournament
i Semi Finals
Quantico Mar. 109 Hamp-Syd. 66
Mt. St. Marys 103 Belmont A. 81
Consolation Camas
Wabash 74 Moravian 62
St. Michaers Vy. 89 Tampa 64
Christmas Invitational
' Qvtritr Pinal
Erskine 81 Atlantic Christian 74
aieison s fiast Carolina 70
J""? Is- W0 Piedmont College 68
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Vnderb It 81 New Mexico 59
ZIkv 7l Sfco st
v ?y" 2!S F"ncisco 57
Midwest
St. Francis Pa. 79 Marquette 72
Drake 80 Los Angeles St. 69
Creighton 65 California Tech 51
Xavier O. 74 Georgetown 68
Bowling Green 91 W. Mich. 72
Michigan 1000 Kent State 60
Southwest
Arizona 73 Colorado A&M 63
West
St. Martin's 64 West. Wash. 56
Missouri 59 Oregon 52
San Diego 81 Citrus 64
Pierce 75 Riverside 56
Kearney St. 69 Air Force Ac. 66

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PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost Pet. GB
Carta Vieja 4 3 .571
Chesterfield 4 3 .571
Cerveza Balboa 2 4 .333 1
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2) At Panama
Cerveza Balboa (Brown 0-2) and (Brunet 0-1)
vs.
Chesterfield (Planigan 0-J) and (Osorio 2-0)
First Game 7 innings 6 o'clock
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT At Panama
Chesterfield 4. Cerveza Balboa 1 (10 innings)

I nterscholastic Basketball
Finale At Margarita Tonite

By TREVOR SIMONS
The basketball finale of the
1956 Interscholastic Loop will
take place tonight at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita gym. As a special feature
the Gold Coast moguls have
scheduled an interesting twin
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Preliminary event
will be a preview of the forth
coming tournament scheduled
for Balboa early in January un
Ider the auspices of the C.Z. Jun
College. The Athletic Club
five, a Pacific Side entry that
has beaten all comers so far this
year and are listed as favorites
for the January tourney, will
travel to Margarita to try their
abilities against the only "out "outside"
side" "outside" Atlantic Side entry for thfe
1957 J.C. tournament, Universal
Sports.
The Unisports five, aiming
their sights at the tournament
championship, have been hard
at work to start a combination
of high scorer working togeth together
er together as a team. They won the
crown in this same fourney back
m 1953 and are depending upon
newcomer, Tom Tucker to add
ofto the power of the Gibson
there are many other establish established
ed established cage stars who will be in ac action
tion action for this first game tonight.
Gold coast fans will be treated
to the experienced ball handling
of "Nando" Tom, Arnold Man Manning
ning Manning and Louis Dedeaux. And
former CHS star, and of late
member of the TJnlsport quintet,
John Hayes, will add strength to
Uhlsport's rebounding and scor scoring.
ing. scoring. A. C. brings over a power powerful
ful powerful unbeaten aggregation of
their own. Their biggest claim
to fame is one Sid Barkowitz
who will team up with Ray Nes Nes-bitt,
bitt, Nes-bitt, Carl Simons, Charles Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur and a host of others to
provide Gold Coast fans with
much action in tonight's open
ing event which will begin at
6:30 p.m.
Fifteen minutes after these
stars have left the court, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School will play host
to the 1958 champions of inter interscholastic
scholastic interscholastic basketball, c.Zl Jun Junior
ior Junior college. Ray Quezada, Gil
Smith and Fred Raybourne,
backbones of the J.C. attack,
will be in top condition to try
to add another victory to their
4 and 1 record, which Would be
Just a topper to their already
accomplished championship.
The Tigers from Cristobal,
nevertheless, have other ideas,
and would like nothing better
than to win one more before
closing out a poor 1 and 4 sea
son. Robert Lowe and Danny
Concepclon are the two lads who
will be relied upon to do most of
the Cristobal scoring, while
Wendy Sasso's speed, ball hand handling
ling handling and all around deception
will have to be in top form if
SHORTS
WASHINGTON, Die. 21 (UPV
A mid summer exhibition baseball
game between the Washington Sen
ators and Philadelphia Phillies will
enabie Washington area organiza organizations
tions organizations which help stimulate youth
interest in baseball to have a hap happier
pier happier Christmas this year. The Sen
ators turned over their $3,500 share
from the charity game to the or
ganizations.

the Blue and Gold are .to adit
another victory against the top
Interschool team of the year.
Action begins at 6:30-p.m. ai
the Margarita gym with the1; A
C.-Unisport contest and prepar preparations
ations preparations are already underway to
handle an overflow crowd, -to
close out the 1956 season.
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FRANCISCO, Dec. 21 (UP)
coaches in the East West
to be played at Kezar Sta-
on Dec. 29 are a light-heart-
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Brennan of Notre Dame,
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Jack .Curtice of Utah, cur-
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Comatose, a creditable second
to the classy Pappa Flynn last
week and a winner his previous
time out, could register in this
group. Alejandro Ycaza, third in
the jockey race, will do the boot booting
ing booting aboard the Stud Chitre's hope.
Gavilan was third behind Pappa
Flynn and Comatose last week and
chased Embassy home when the
latter won a few weeks ago. This
always threatening racer will have
the earnest Jose M. Bravo in the
saddle.
Braulio Baeza will ride Trirre Trirre-me,
me, Trirre-me, Guillermo Sanchez will han handle
dle handle Tony's reins while Amador
Valdivia will be abroad Bacancito.
Trirreme and Tony have been per performing
forming performing below par recently and
are apparently not in top form.
The newcomer, Bacancito, is an
unknown, quantity.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the card.
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"Ho wasn't in motion," turtle
icreamed.
"No, it wasn't for that," the of
ficial said. "This penalty is a
gainst the rest of the team for de
laying the game.
Curtice uses what he calls a
"smorgasbord offense" '!a little
bit of everything." And in no time
at all his gags have the rest of
the coaches laughing hilariously
as they forget their recent coach
ing woes.
LAUGH AT SELVES
Thev can even laugh at them
selves, for, as Collier explains,
'you just can't win in this dosi-
vr., imt vai: at Kntufkv
e square-cut coach recalled, "we
Unf TannAECaB at thplr nlaCP-
thing whicn rarely happens-
and on the train home one happy
-
alumnus called me over and shook
hands.
Tho eld trad loaded him
squarely in the aye and said:
"Coach, you did a great job
today and I'm for you."
Then he paused and added grim
ly:
"But if they beat you next year,
I'm against you."
Those problems are absent In
th Knst-West Game, where bunch
of young men run so that kids
can walk. Ana u s reueciea in ine
easy-going attitude of the only
football coaches in the country
who face a game without misgiv misgiving.
ing. misgiving. This time they can't lose,
Casares Falls
20 Yards Short
Qf Rushing Mark
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 21 (UP)
Rick Casares, who led the Chi
cago Bears to the Natinai root root-League's
League's root-League's Western Division cham championship,
pionship, championship, wound up the 1956 regu regular
lar regular season only 20 yards short of
equalling the league record in
yards gained rushing.
The former University of Flori Flori-ii
ii Flori-ii fullback, grinding out 190 yards
in last Sunday's clincher against
the Detroit Lions, ran the ban lor
1,126 yards in 12 games for an av average
erage average of 4.8 yards per carry on
234 attempts, rne oniy piayer in
NFL history to top that was tteve
Van Buren, who tataiea
yards for the Philadelphia Eagles
in 1949.
OWi Matton of tho Chicago
Cardinals aave tho second last
best running perform anca with
924 yards on 192 carries, alio
giving him an average gain of
4.S yards.
Quarterback Eddie Brown of the
Bears, who ranked second among
passers in 1955, finished first this
year with 96 completions out of
168 passes thrown for 1,667 yards,
11 touchdowns, and an average
gain of 9.92 yards.

Billy Wilson of San Francisco
caught 60 passes for the first time
in his career gaining 889 yards
and Scoring an even dozen touch
downs.
In point., Detroit's Bobby
Layno was tho loading scorer
with 99, followed by Cataros with
84 and George Blanda of tho
Bears, who scored II.
Norm Van Brocklin of the Rams

successfully defended his punting
championship, finishing with a
43.1-yard average. Ken Konz of the
Cleveland Browns was the number
one man in punt returns, posting
an average of 14.4 yards.

Tomorrow s

Racing Card
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 7 F.
Parse $406 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Dianallcia A. Vasquez 113
2 Cascador J. M. Bravo 113
3 Bright Blade K. Flores 115
4 Principe de Gal A. Yca.115
5-Matruh B. Aguirre 118
6 Oro Purlto J. Phillips 113
7 Soft Note S. Carvajal 106
8 Remiron B. Baeza 105
Tth Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Melrose B. Aguirre 113
2 Dona Beatriz G. Vas. 113
3 Te Gano D. Cortez 115
4 My Friend K .Flores 118
5 Arrabalero J., M. Bravo 110
6 (Fellac A. Ycaza 110
7 (Socorrlto A. Vasquez 115
3rd Race "Mia." Nat'jreg 6 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 1:45
ONE TWO
1 Don Manuel G. Monte. U5x
2 Certamen B. Aguirre 110
3 Doha Barbara V. Casti. 114
4 Fuego R. Gomez 115
5 Miml A. Vasquez 118
6 Chito B. Baeza 108
7 Llboria A. Gonzales 118
4th Race "Hla." Natives 6 Fgs.
Purse 275 Pool Closes 2:20
QUINIELA
1 Goldea Pick J. Phillips 108
2 Filon J. Gongora 115
3 Winsaba S. Carvajal 114
4 Engreida B. Baeza 102
5 Tap Lady G. Sanchez 108
6 Arranquin C. Izlesias 100
7 Tilin Tilin A. Vergara 110
8 La pampanini G. Mon. 114x
9 El Pasha R. L. on ios
5th Race "G" Natives 5 Fgs.
Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Conquistador B. Baeza no
2 Bull Flea A. Vasquez 112
3 Kalalu A. Ycaza 113
4-Avipa B. Aguirre 113
5 Ebony F. Sanchez 104x
6 Soli to G. Sanchez 113
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Ponton A. Gonzales 103
2 Reflector V. Ortega 115
3 Copar J. Phillips 113
4 Single Slipper G. Vas. 105x
5 Incaica F. Gatica 115
6 Rutilante F. Alvarez 105
7-Loves Girdle J. M. Bra. 105
8 American Maid, A. Vis.113
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $500 Pool Closes 4:05
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
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3 Vedette ft. Vasquez 118
4 After Me A. Vaaquez 113
5 Sweet Windsor D. Cor. 110
6 Master Melody A. Yca.115
7 Royal Emblem G Vas. 112x
8 Amln Did! J. Phillips 112
8th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse MOO Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1 Amat A. Vasquez 113
2 Rio Negro K. Flores 118
3 Grimilda J. Gongora 108
4 Greco R. Vasquez 113
5 Tllama F. Alvarez 116
6 Empire Magic S. Car. 115
7 Panzaretta B. Aguirre 110
8 Merry Mason A. Ycaza 110
9 (Lanero A. Gonzales 104
lfc-(Valley River "E. Darlo 105
9th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Pnrae $500 Pool Closes 5:15
1 Camberwell J. Phillips 108
2 Royal Stream R, Vas. 11S-
3 Persiflage B. Aguirre 115
tAlbatross f. Gatica 115
5 Nogallno A. Ycaza 110
6 Escorlal B. Baeza 106
7 Topocalma G. Vasquez 102x
8 (Oyster A. Gonzales 100
9 (Lyrical r. Alvarez 110
10th Race 3rd Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
Purse $650 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Chivilingo R. Vasquez 113
2 Comatosse A. Ycaza 115
3 Gavilan J. M. Bravo 110
4 Trirreme B. Baeza 105
5 Bacancito A. Valdivia 115
6 Tony G. Sanchez 118
7 Embassy a. Vasquez 122
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man Lef t to riShi ihte C1,mso"-"d were caught with their plates out by camera-
m"-;f".. ?."h,-..Jo.hn w?n. guard;- Charlie Brown, center, and Mel Warner, fullback.

illustrate what football
House Of
Tourney.
Play in the House of Lords
Kings Ransom golf tournament ad
vanced to the semi-finals this past
week end at the Panama Golf
Club with Key Valdes staging a
terrific finish to overcome an ear
ly lead built-up by Gordie Dalton
to win Dy the narrow margin of 1
up. The Las cumbres Rifle'
was sharp as a razor during the
early holes but "Secreto" Valdes
managed to always stay within
striking distance and finally caught
fire with his putter to overcome
Dalton on No. 18 and advance to
the semi-finals.
Other championship flight
matches saw Jim "Presidente"
Kidge, fresh from the Guatemala
campaign, take advantage of his
week-long practice to send Tony
Jankus back to his regular week weekend
end weekend gang by a 4 and 3 count.
Ridge will now meet Valdes in the
semi-finals.
1 1
Betting Increases,
Horse Racing
NEW YORK. Dec. 21 (UP)
Betting boomed to new heights
while the over-all attendance rec
ord was shattered in thoroughbred
racing during 1956, a United Press
survey revealed today.
In the 24 states were betting at
race track is legal, a new record
high of $2, 213,843,691 was sent
through the pari-mutuel machines
by 29,332,601 persons, the greatest
number ever to watch the horses
run.
The total represented an in
crease of 7.1 per cent in betting
and 3.2 per cent ui attendance o
ver the 1955 totals of $2,066,102,-
588 and 28,402,452. There were 3,-
175 racing days this year compar
ed with 3,058 in 1955, an increase
of 3.8 per cent.
There we're only two exceptions
to the general increase with Rhode
Island and West Virginia report reporting
ing reporting lesser betting totals than they
had a year ago.

F7T

Lords-Kings Ransom
Reaches Semifinals

Colonel "VP Schull continued
to snoot some very tine golf to
eliminate Jimmy "Oilways" Plaia
for one of the very fine silver
prizes sponsored by the House of
Lords-Kings Ranson distributors.
Al "Inspector" Saarinen drew
default from Jim Hinkle when Hin Hin-gle
gle Hin-gle suddenly had to reave for the
States, Schull will meet Saarinen
in this week's semi-final event.
In the First Flight matches it j
as George "Vke Presidente"
was
Boyd over F. Brannan 3 and 2;
ivegro "uoc Anas l un over E.
de la Ossa: Roy Glickenhaus
swamping Harry Willis by a 6 and
5 margin and Bill "Painter" Cof Coffey
fey Coffey edging R. Aleman 2 and 1.
ituya ,'oes against Arias while
Glitkenhaus tangles with Coffey in

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The semi-final matches in the
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ADELAIDE, Australia, Dec. 21
(UP) The United States Davis
Cup tennis hopes rest today on a
weil shoulder and a swelled head.
The shoulder la tho one which
recently bothtrod U.S. ace Vic
Selxat but which he new says is
fully recovered. Tho head is Aui Aui-tralian
tralian Aui-tralian star Low Head's and
Aussie critics say it's become
too big to wtar any crown.
Seizas, America's chief hope in
the Dec. 27-27-28 challenge round,
reported his ailing right shoulder
is healed and happily advised non non-playing
playing non-playing U.S. Captain Billy Talbert,
everything s okay now. The 33-
year-old Philadelphian gave Billy
the glad tidings after the U. S.
team's first workout on the Memo
rial Drive Courts where the chal challenge
lenge challenge round will be played.
Seixas. who thinks the ailment
was the "muscular result of ner
vous tension I feel before impor
tant matches," said he will be "at
my best" When he meets Hoad or
Ken Rosewall in the opening sin singles
gles singles match, Dec. 26.
"I don't really need to worry
much about my strokes or addi additional
tional additional practice. All I need is to
feel relaxed here," said Seixas,
pointing to his head. "That's the
big thing.''
U.S. observers aren't the least
bit worried about Seixas' head
hut what may or may not bo o o-ing
ing o-ing en inside Hoad's has the Aus Australians
tralians Australians in a tiny.
Hoad, the No. 1 amateur expo
nent of nower tennis, hasn't won,
a major Australian tournament'
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Texas Names
Darrell Royal
New Head Coach
AUSTIN. Tex.. Dee. 21 (VP)
Young Darrell Royal, flashy quar-
teroacK or tne national champion
1949 Oklahoma Sooners, has been
named head eoach of the Univer
sity of Texas.
Royal, who leaves tho Universi
ty of Washington, for a five-year
contract at an undisclosed salary,
inherits a Longhorn team that won
one game and lost nine this paat
season.
Royal 32-year-old Hollis. O k 1 a..
native, will officially succeed Ed
Price Jan. 1. Price, who served
six years five of those with the .'
best record in the Southwest con conference
ference conference at an annual salary of
$18,500, resigned during the sea
son after a wave of effigy hang-..
ii.gi.
The university departed from
its announced intentions of naming,
a combination hea- coach aad ath athletic
letic athletic director. Ed OUe, business
manager of athletics, was named
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Seance Sweethearts
Facing Irate Hubby
In Brideylike Case
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Dec. 21
(UP) A hearing entered its sec sec-Hsv
Hsv sec-Hsv tnrlav in a Milwaukee
man's charge he lost his wifes
love to a dapper hypnotist who
convinced her they wer married in
1776.
Kvlvpsfer Warra. 44. charged his
wife's love for him turned to hate
and she sought a divorce after a
series of seances with mustach mustachioed
ioed mustachioed hvDnotist Jacob I. Apsel, 59.
Werra appeared before Court
Commissioner Victor A. Napieral-
ski Tuesdav in connection with his
$20,000 suit against Apsel on cnarg cnarg-es
es cnarg-es of alienation of affections by
hypnotism. The hearing will re
sume this afternoon.
Werra said during one session
on Oct. 6, Apsel got inspired by
eating peyote, an Indian drug, and
told the husband "you are to have
no further intercourse with your
wife, nor are you to spend any
further time in bed with herS
Werra testified Apsel hugged
and kissed his 43-year-old wife
whenever he pleased and hypno hypnotized
tized hypnotized Mrs. Werra nearly every
day during a 12-month period end
ing in September.
The husband said he originally
asked Apsel to come to his home
because he appeared to be a
"rcholarly man' and said he was
a spiritualist minister.
Apsel also convinced Mrs. Werra
that she and the hypnotist had
been married in 1776 during the
first of her three lives and that
at that time her name had been
Rebecca Sell, Werra Said.
Werra said the upshot was his
wife began to hate him and sought
a divorce.
During the hearing, Werra's at attorney
torney attorney complained he didn't like
the way the hypnotist was "look "looking"
ing" "looking" at Werra. The attorney, Sam Samuel
uel Samuel J. Schrinsky, said Apsel was
staring at his client.
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painted, $25. Phone Balboa
1325.
FOR SALE: Pair of Cocker
Spaniel, black and white, pure
breed; Zenith record player. Tiv Tiv-oli
oli Tiv-oli Ave 21A24, Apt. 7. Phone
2-2011, 8 to Hand 2 to 5.
FOR SALE: Quonaet huts at
$400 each. Chevrolet Panel and
Station Wagon. Phone 3-4905
Panama.
FOR SALE: Christmas records,
classic and popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street 6-A. Open
until 10 p.m.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies AKC
registered. Phone Navy Pacific
3518.
FOR SALE: Child's desk and
chair, $5. Phone Bal. 2-3464.
XMAS PRESENT: NICE
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR
DEAR ONES AND FRIENDS.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
JUST COME AND SEE A
LARGE SHIPMENT JUST UN UNPACKED.
PACKED. UNPACKED. "LUM," T1-I52 4TH
OF JULY AVE., PHONE 2-2446.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chrysler Sar Saratoga
atoga Saratoga Limousine, 7 passenger,
black with ws tires. It's a beau beauty.
ty. beauty. Albrook 66-2200.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4-door sedan in per perfect
fect perfect condition. Power Flite trans transmission,
mission, transmission, radio, wsw tires. Oth Other
er Other extras, Phone Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE: Tin cans, cylindri cylindrical,
cal, cylindrical, I 'z, 1 and 4 gal. sixes.
Approx. 1 0,000. Reasonable
prices. Phone Colon 1 654.
FOR SALE: Bargains. Cushman
motor scooter $65; 12-ft. boat
$ 1 00; trailor for boat above $50;
12-hp. EM outboard motor,
new $285; bandsaw, lest motor
$30; Itaca repeater ahotgun .12 .12-cal
cal .12-cal like new $50; set of golf
clubs and bag $15. Call 3-2506
Panama, after 5 p.m. and ask for
Carlos.
Cyprus is Presented
Newer Constitution
MAHE. Seychelle Islands, Dec
21 (UP) Two British officials
arrived here today to present the
i i- .v Cyprus constitutional propos
al to Archbishop Makarios ana
possit'ly pave the Way for his re return
turn return to Cyprus.
The men tr eued under assum assumed
ed assumed na nes. But there was no doubt
they were officials. They met M M-karios
karios M-karios at government house al almost
most almost immediately after thdr ar arrival
rival arrival and began consultations.
It is believed they may remain
here until Jan. 1 If they can con convince
vince convince the archbishop to denounce
terrorist activity on the island,
there is very little doubt that Bri
tain will keep him here any long longer.
er. longer. That, now, is the one stumbling
block preventing the end ot nis ex exile.
ile. exile. Britain has said he can return
if he rejects terrorism.
US Post Office
Makes Promise
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)-
The Post Office promises to see
that "no Christmas mail remains
undelivered in post offices on
Christmas Day.
Acting Postmaster General Mau
rice H. Stans made the pledge
.Wednesday in telegrams to local
Chambers of Commerce across the
nation.' He asked them to help by
reporting on the mail situation i;t
their areas.
Th' Return Address
Would Scare Us
WASHINGTON, (UP) Sever Several
al Several aging and dismayed Washing Washington
ton Washington newsmen got greetings from
Selective Service this week. They
received notes from Selective Serv Service
ice Service headquarters which read: "The
members of my staff Join with me
in extending to you Christmas greet
ings and best wishes for the New
Year. Sincerely, Lewis B. Hershey,
director."
GARRARD
We have 25 cycle motors
for Garrard RC-80 record record-changers,
changers, record-changers, now at the greatly
reduced price of
only... $10.00.
MUEBLERIA
CASA SPARTON
Central 2fi-7!
(next to Encanto Theatre).

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE:-. 1948 Studebaker
Coupe, $125. Call Balboa 1840
between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
98. Duty free. See at Albrook
Air Terminal. Phone Panama 3 3-6871.
6871. 3-6871. Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid speaking soma
English, general housework,
washing, ironing and some cook cooking.
ing. cooking. At leaat 25 yeah of age.
References. Good pay. Live in.
Quarters 301 Albrook, Phone
7247 or 3132.
WANTED: Competent and se serious
rious serious maid to cook and clean.
Good salary. 10Vi Street Ne.
10,100 (downstairs), New Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Colon.

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HELD AFTER SHOOTING SPRtJt Sheriff Harry Dirrlm
(left) questions Merlin McNaughton wno went on a shooting
spree in Ray, Ind., killing three persons and seriously wound
ln two others. McNaughton, who also kidnapped a four-year-old
girl, surrendered meekly to police when they came to his
home. The kidnaped child was released unharmed.
Crazed Man Meekly Gives Up
After Killing 3, Wounding 2

ANGOLA, Ind. (UP)-Three per
sons were killed and two others
wounded in a crazed killing spree
by a 40-year old bachelor who
"hated everybody," police said
yesterday.
Merlin McNaughton of Ray, a
small community near Angola
surrendered meekly to police fol,
lowing his shooting rampage. A
4-year-old girl he had taken hos hostage
tage hostage was freed unharmed.
Authorities at first believed Mc McNaughton
Naughton McNaughton stopped his rampage af
ter fatally shooting one neighbor
and wounding the parents of the
girl he had kidnaped.
But late Wednesday hours after
McNaughton had been captured
and placed in custody, officers
found the bodies of a father and
son in another nearbv home.
The discovery led police to make!
a house-to-house search of the,
hamlet to determine whether there
were any more victims.
McNaughton, regarded by his
neighbors as a harmless eccen eccentric,
tric, eccentric, was said to have such a fear
of being shot himself that he wore
pillows "to keep the bullets from
hurting."
He once told a neighbor he
"hated everybody" and said he
s ent n the davt me and ra
around at night watching people.'
-
McNaughton began his spree b'
loading his pockets with builds
and slipping into the home of hi
neighbor, Merwin Forester, 48
Forester was killed with bullet
through the head and chest.
Then the berserk man went totV
home of Preston Bradley and
f.i i
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cnuaren wno were staying out,
Tj. u. ., tj.ji
late. He shot Mrs. Bradley. 3.
.
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lay iu ucu,
Bradley, also 38. leaped out of
bed smd wrested the sun from
McNaughton, but was shot and
wounded by a rifle the gunman
aiso carriea.
Before fleeing the home, M
Naughton surrendered at his home
to enmax a wraespreaa searca ny

LINGERIE, Fine Cotton
LA M0DA AMERICANA
Central Ave. 17-18 (Opposite the Savings Bank)

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
You simply can't face) the holi holidays
days holidays with those straggly locks.
Better get yourself fixed up.
Genell's Beauty Shop. Cacoli
Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
Give your teenager a profession professional
al professional pin curl permanent. .quick 0
inexpensive. Genell's Beauty
Shop Cocoli Clubhouse, Navy
3812.
Wanted Position
CATERER offer her services.
At teas, cocktail parties, dinners,
luncheons. Call Gamboa 6-446.
EXPERIENCED English stenogra stenographer
pher stenographer with knowledge of Spanish,
wishes full or part-time work.
P.O. Box 387, Ancon, C.Z.
a posse of 125 Indiana and Michi
gan police and volwnteers.
Police believed the case was
closed until later in the day when
neighbors, found the bullet-riddled
bodies of Fred Peterson, 52, and
his son, Roland, 24 in another
nearby home.
Officials said the killer admitted
notning during questioning and
in nis mental state we don't
think he ever will."
Eastern Airlines
Sued By Panama
Consul's Widow
""l-ADELPHIA, Dec. 21 (UP)
in family of one of 17 per
sons killed in an Eastern Air
lines plane crash near Jackson
ville, Fla., last year filed a $650.
000 damage suit charging the
pilot suffered from a 'Serious
neart, condition.'
The suit was filed in the U.S.
District Court on behalf of thr
wiaow ana tour minor children
i ul V"".'"B "rguiao, jr., consul
n.n.rn I .. f 1
eneral here for the republic of
ranama ior many years. The
Berguido family lives in subur
ban Haverford.
The suit held that Berguido
aiea in a crasn caused "solely
by the misconduct of Eastern
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s1 the pilot, Capt. Thomas
McBrlen, had a heart condition
hoH ,i,-j J-
i icjctreu lur n emu
mieinn in tv,. xt. --.a n,
a"ww an viid nary n u LiitxL
xn was aware of this.
The suit also chareed that
th CO-Dilot. .Tnhn .T Blnvn "om
believed to hava- antfomrt trnm
epilepsy" and had not been
given a required physical exa
mlnation before the Miaml-to
Boston flight. The Eastern plane
crasnea Dec. 21, 1955.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION, 03. I.! Ji
madam furaiihad apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold
Phono Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No. 42. For
further details call 1-3337 or
3-1802. t
FOR RENT Cool, comfortable
apartments: living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitehan, bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. 4th of July Ave. Ne. Tt-
1- 52, facing entrance to Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Inquire same build building
ing building 1 1 to 12 and 5 to p.m. or
2- 2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
in duplex chalet in El Cangreje,
completely independent: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, apacioua porch and
largo kitchen, maid's room with
independent bathroom, laundry
room and clothes linos, garage,
hot water instillation and other
medern conveniences. Phono 2 2-1109.
1109. 2-1109. Mr. Lopex.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms (one air-conditioned),
living room, dining
room, porch, maid's room. Peru
Avenue No. 37-91, upstairs
FOR RENT: A two-bedroom
screened apartment, in new
house. Living-dining room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, kitchen,' garaae, maid'a
room with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Sentuarle
Nacional. $95. Phone 2-0411
office hours.
FOR RENT:Furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, 2-bodreom apartment
at "El Canerejo" near Hotel El
Panama. Living dining room,
bathroom, kitchen, hot water,
maid'a room and bathroom, love lovely
ly lovely lawn. For information call
3-6796. Panama City.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, porch, parlor-dining room,
bedroom, kitchen screened, til-,
ed. $55 Apply No. 112 Vie Be Be-llsario
llsario Be-llsario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theater.
FOR RENT: Ideal apartments
facing El Panama, furnished or
unfurnished; also office spaces at
$70. Phone 3-5692.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
modern apartment, garage.
168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, Army inspected. Inquire
Janitor at T1-88, next to Swift
4 Co. or phono Hopkins, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2966.
Bachelor looking for same to
shara two-bedroom apartment.
Completely furnished, new build building
ing building in El Cangrojo, near El Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Phone 3-6852 after 2 p.m.
Boy, What Gravy!
JACKSON, Mis. (UP) A
woman sent the Mississippi high highway
way highway patrol e check to renew
her driver's licenae yestordoy.
On the bock of the check was
penciled the following: "One
quart coffee, one pound sug sugar,
ar, sugar, one bottle brendy, one-half
bottle Jamaica rum. Put sugar
in bowl, pour brendy and rum
over and sot the liquid afire. As
soon aa sugar ha dissolved new
in hot coffee end stir well.''
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Cogrt Per The
District of The Canal Zona
Canal Zona
Aurello Molina, on hla own behalf
and on behalf of Jose T. Sanchez Pinto,
Drt.vin nliirio. Jose Castillo Olaya,
Luis Montenegro Mirquez, Luis Alberto
Lopet, Manuel Lopez Lucia, Laura A A-losto
losto A-losto Mena Arevalo, Vleenta Castillo
Mendleta and Juan Delgado Loyola, Li Libelants
belants Libelants vs. MV Gobeledor. her boil boilers,
ers, boilers, tackle, furniture, apparel, etc., Re-
RTronti tnt
In Admiralty No. 20M. Libel In Rem.
Whareaa, on the ltth day of Decem December,
ber, December, 1S5S, Aurelio Molina, on his own
behalf and on behalf of Jose r San Sanchez
chez Sanchez Pinto, Octavio Delgado. Jos Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo Olaya, Luis Montenegro Mirquez,
Luis Alberto Lopez, Manuel Lopez Lu Lucas,
cas, Lucas, Lauro Asjoato Mena Arevalo, Vicen Vicen-ta
ta Vicen-ta Castillo Mendleta and Juan Delgado
Loyola, filed a libel In Rem in the Dis District
trict District Court of the United States for the
Cristobal district of the Canal Zone, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Motor Vessel Gobeledor, her
boilers, tackle, furniture, apparel, etc.,
in a cause of action for wages, civil and
maritime:
And whereas, by virtue of process in
due form el law, to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 15th day of January.
9i1. I have seized and taken the said
Motor1 Vessel Gobeledor arid have her
In my custody:
Notice is hereby given, that a District

will be held in the Uilted States Court.
Zone, on the 15th day of January. 157.

for the trial or said premises, ana we
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 aforesaid, to show cause.
if any tney nave, why a nnai aecrec
should not pass as prayed.
Room, in the town of Cristobal. Canal
Joseph I. KlaeoJd,
United States Marshal.,
S. T. Frankel. Woodrow da Castro
and David Roblea, Proctors for
Libellants
By: S. T. Frankel and David Roblea.

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous

FOR RENT: Farm. on.
Liv.ng-din.ng room, 2 bedrooms,
mard s room, $75. Mile 8, Trens Trens-Isthmian
Isthmian Trens-Isthmian Highway. Information:
Phane Roberto lenederti 2.
1078.
FOR RENT: Modern offices,
centrally located, to bo built to
suit your requirements on pano panoramic
ramic panoramic roof of Medical Center
Building, Fifth Avenue and Thir Thirtieth
tieth Thirtieth Street, Panama City Avail Available
able Available off ice space up to four hun hundred
dred hundred square meters. Mr. Carlos
Julio Quijano. office hours, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-2718.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Rooms $20 and
$22.50. Apartments, 3 rooms,
$30. Phono 2-0830 2-1508,
LOST & FOUND
LOST : Argue C-3 camera, be between
tween between house 5508 and Diablo
docks, Thursday afternoon Find Finder
er Finder please return to 5612 Diablo
or call W. Trout, 2-1238. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. If

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Shrapnel's furnish,
leae Thomaooa. la!
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Spend vour week and. at
Mar, the bast bathing beach!
the Republic with all c envoi
one os Moderate prices. 1
new management it anxious
serve yew.
TIRED OF THE SAME OLE
THING? I
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an JOSE INN
Address: San Jose Inn. San Jos
Costa Rica.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and r
each house. One mile past C
sine. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottag
Santa Clara. Sex 435, Balbc
Phono Panama 1-1877, Crist
bal J-1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
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FOR RENT: Furnished 3-
i ...
room nouee. atii cenvanianc
(hot water), 168 Via Belisa
Porras.

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VICTORY FOR NEGROES
ON MONTGOMERY BUSES

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dtc. 21 (UP) Racial segrega segrega-tion
tion segrega-tion on city buses cam to an end today here whtre a
year-long boycott by Negroes won them equal stating
facilities with whites for the first time in the Deep South.
All was peace and quiet in the first hours after the
local buses began their morning runs.
Negroes were exhorted by their leaders to refrain
from touching off an incident that could explode into fresh
racial violence.

Since the boycott started last
Dec 7 following the arrest of a
Negro woman for sitting in the
front (white) section of a bus bus-numerous
numerous bus-numerous incidents have kept
racial tension alive here
Teams of Negro ministers,
working in pairs, rode the buses
on front sicfe seats to symbolize
the end of the long fight to win
aeating facilities of a first-come
first-served basis.
The few White passengers
noticed by reporters who were
riding the early routes did not
interfere with the arrange arrangement,
ment, arrangement, nor did most seem to be
much interested. One was
heard to mutter to the driver,
however, that "this is only a
test case."
The "test case" went to the
U.S. Supreme Court which last
week formally turned down the
city's appeal of a previous deci decision
sion decision that the buses could not be
segregated.
Orders to lift the barriers
were received here yesterday and
the Negroes wasted no time
starting to anjoy their new-won
privileges.
The Rev. Martin Luther
King, whose church is a block
from the state capitol and
leader of the boycott, was a a-mong
mong a-mong the first Negroes to
board a bus. He caught one
that passed his home at 309 S.
Red Cross Adds
1.2 Million $$
For Hungarians
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)-
The American Red Cross an
nounced today that it has appro appropriated
priated appropriated an additional 1.2 million
dollars to aid victims of the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian revolt.
The Red Cross now has com com-nvtted
nvtted com-nvtted $2,567,250 to the program.
It said Americans so far have
contributed $2,564,757 to its emer emergency
gency emergency 5 million dollar appeal for
N'n?arian aid.
Rd Cross President Ellsworth
p-"'er urged all individuals who
" h to contribute to mail their
f-rts directly to their local Red
Coss chapters.
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Jackson Street and rode it
down town. He sat in front.
"It was the first time I ever

rode that far up in a bus," King
said when he departed from the
vehicle.
'I am verv horjeful about tne
possible smooth .and orderly
transition. If we have any inci incidents
dents incidents they will be very mild."
Leaders urged Montgomery's
40,000 Negroes to seat themselves
on a "completely non-segregated
basis that includes sitting
next to Whites" but to act with
"calm dignity and wise re restraint."
straint." restraint." Negroes appealed for extra
Drotectlon at "danger zones"
such as out-of-way routes and
dark streets, but Dolice chief G-
J. Ruppenthal said he was not
"putting on extra officers."
Our policemen win be cover covering
ing covering their regular beats," Rup Ruppenthal
penthal Ruppenthal said.
"I certainly hope there will
be no violence," King said,
"but realism compels us to re realize
alize realize it is a possWllty. We
hope this transition can be
made without difficulty.
"However, we are prepared
for the worst."
King told some 3000 Negroes at
a mass meeting last night:
"We must act in such a way
as to make possible a coming to together
gether together of white people and col colored
ored colored people on the basis of real
harmony of interests and un understanding."
derstanding." understanding." Ancon School Xmas
Program Dedicated
To Former Principal
The program of Christmas
music performed by children of
Ancon el e m e n t a r y school
Wednesday afternoon was given
extra significance by the fact
that it was dedicated to their
former principal Miss Florence
Jacobs.
A record crowd of parents
packed the gymnasium, and
there were many damp eyes as
the members of the lower grades
quavered bravly to the highest
notes of "Silent Night."
Miss Margaret Connor con
ducted the first, second and
third grades, and Mrs. Mildred
Rowe conducted the higher
grades. Miss Virginia Peterson
accompanied the children at the
piano.
At the conclusion of the pro
gram principal Roger D. Michel
presented Miss Jacobs with an
orchid corsage. Miss Connor and
Mrs. Rowe also reeeived corsag corsages,
es, corsages, and Mrs. Petersen was given
a nuge bouquet or red ginger.
Michel paid tribute to all the
teachers who had worked with
the children in preparing the
Christmas program a$ part of
their classroom activities.
Yesterdav afternoon the chil
dren gathered in the gymnasium
10 -near tnemseives sing." Two
High School students had bor borrowed
rowed borrowed the school's tape-recorder
the previous day to make a re recording
cording recording of the performance, and
it was played back to a delight delighted
ed delighted audience.
12-Month Draft Bill
OK'd by W Germany
BONN, Dec. 21 (UP) The
West German iparliament today
fixed a 12-month conscription pe
riod for the new Bundeswehr.
The 12-month draft bill was pass
ed by the Bundesrat (upper house)
on its final reading by a 26 votes
to 12. It already has been passed
by the Bundestag (lower house).
Booming West Germany with its
50,000,000 population thus joined
tiny Luxembourg as the only
NATO countries with less than 18
months conscription except Cana
da which has only a volunteer ar
my.
The first draftees will be called
to the colors next April. The ulti
mate strength of the Bundeswehr
is scheduled to total about 300,000
long service volunteers and 200,-
000 conscripts.
It will total 73,000 men by the
end of this year, 90,000 by April
1 and 125,0000 to 135,00 by the end
of 1957.
Had Jacklight:
Five Bucks
Hunting with a jacklight near
Madden road brought Norberto
Aguuar, 39, Panamanian, before
ohe Balboa Magistrate yesterday.
Agullar was fined $5 and given
a 10-aay jail sentence, suspend
ed for one year.

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MEETS THE PRESS India's Prime Minister Nehru tells
newsmen in Washington that he had taken up the question of
the 10 Americans in Red Chinese prisons during his recent
talks in India with Chinese Communist Premier Chou en-Lai.
Nehru said he gave this information to President Elsenhower,
along with certain complaints that Chou en-Lai had made
' about American -policy.
President Names US's Price
For Chumming Up to China

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)
.President. Eisenhower trtld In
dian prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru that If Red China sin
cerely wants to improve rela
tions witn tne unuea states, n
must:
Promptly release 10 Amer American
ican American civilians still held in Chi Chinese
nese Chinese jails.
And agree to settle dis disputes
putes disputes vth this country with without
out without resorting to the threat of
or use of force, particularly tn
the Formosa area.
Tnfnrrrred sources ttlH t.ndflv
that Mr. Eisenhower set forth
these conditions in the private
talks he held it.h Nehru Mon
day and Tuesday at Gettysburg,
f& ana wasmngton.
Once these condition are
met, the United States Is under
stood to be wunng to taiK over
"other matters" outstanding be between
tween between the two countries.
Red China has been press press-ing
ing press-ing for talks between its pre premier,
mier, premier, Chou En-lai, and secre secretary
tary secretary of state John Foster
Dulles and for an easing of
the American embargo on
trade with the Chinese Com Communists.
munists. Communists. Officials said Mr Eisenhower
made no pledges to Nehru on
U.S. diplomatic recognition of
the Peiping regime or on relax relaxing
ing relaxing U.S. opposition to Red chi china's
na's china's admission to the United Na Nations.
tions. Nations. The United States recognizes

.And Commies May Pay If

HONG KONG, Dec. 21 (UP)
Communist China may force'
a meeting between U.S. secreta-
ry of state John Foster Dulles
and China's foreign minister
Chou En-lai by releasing Ameri American
can American prisoners and renouncing
the use of force over Formosa,
according to well-informed cir circles
cles circles here.
These circles pointed out
that pressure on the United
States to agree to such a meet meeting
ing meeting would be considerable once
these two conditions were met.
President. Eisenhower told In
dian Premier Jawaharlal Nehru
recently that they were the two
basic conditions for improve
ment of Sino-American rela relations.
tions. relations. Sources said there are indi indications
cations indications the Chinese may be
willing to accept these terms
in order to force the United
states into eventual recogni recognition
tion recognition of the Communist regime.
airendv the Red Chinese have
launched a propaganda cam-
paign calling ior a wuuca-iiuu
meeting and at the same time
back-pedalled on threats to
take Formosa by force.
An official U.S.I.S. document
on "Communist psychological
strategy in Southeast, Asia,
1956" said Red Chinese propa propaganda
ganda propaganda had taken a definite turn
towards peaceful measures in instead
stead instead of advocating military ad adventures.
ventures. adventures. Sources said the Communists
feel confident they will even eventually
tually eventually gain Formosa without
force and have been calling en
Nationalist Chinese to desert
to the Communist side.
There are also indications
the Communists may be willing
to release ten Americans still in
their hands.
Four of them are due for re release
lease release soon anyway since their
sentences expire next year.

the covernment on Formosa

headed by Chiang Kai-shek, as
me legal government of China.
It has led the fight against UJN.
membership for Red China.
What Mr. Eisenhower told
Nehru could have an important
bearinar on the future course of
American-Red Chinese relations,
oeginning early next year.
Nehru Nixes Cold Wars,
Recommends UN Instead
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Dec.
21 (UP) Indian Prime Minis.
ter Jawaharlal Nehru urged the
nations of the world last night
w sewae tneir auierenecs by ar arguments
guments arguments in the United Nations
instead of "cold wars" and mili
tary alliances.
Nehru, on a two-day visit
here, told an informal meetlne
of 1000 U.N. delegates in the
ucuerai Assembly hall that
Hungary and the Middle East
proved the ineffectiveness of us using
ing using strength in the world today.
'Why not take for our protec protection
tion protection instead Of armies and rUlr.
instead of countries having arm-
cu luires m anoiner country
why not do away with the sys system
tem system of military alliances and
pacts and face each other frank frankly
ly frankly and openly and try to settle
disputes by argument here in
the United Nations
. V ViOV
where," he said.

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THE REPORT of the Evaluation Committee which recently completed a survey of the Latin American schools in the Canal
Zone was this week formally presented to Gov. W. E. Potter at his office at Balboa Heights.
The committee, composed of three prominent Panama educators, was appointed last October to make a survey, giving
consideration to such educational fields as teaching methods, materials of instruction, the school olant, curriculum, qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications of the teaching staff, and general effectiveness of the Latin American educational program.
Members of the Evaluation Committee were Dr. Rafael Moscote, Dean of the Department of Philosophy and Education
of the University of Panama; Max Arosemena, formerly Minis er of Education; and Professor Temlstocles Cespedes, formerly
chief of the technical services section of the Ministry of Education. The three educators visited the various schools, ob observed
served observed teaching methods, eamined textbooks, and attended classes In session.
In making the presentation of their report, the committee members expressed to Potter their appreciation for the
cooperation received in their survey by school officials and the teaching staff. Potter thanked the members individually
for their effects and expressed the opmion that the report will form a valuable basis for the Canal administration in im improving
proving improving the educational facilities.
In the picture above, left to right, are: Walter Oliver, Supervisor of Spanish; Sigurd E. Esser, Superintendent of Schools;
Dr. Moscote; H. L. Donovan, Civil Affairs Director; Arosemena; potter, and Professor Cespedes.

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32nd YEAR

Large Joint Parade Review

For Gen.
Plans for a large farewell joint
parade and review Jan. 3 hon
oring Lt. Gen. William K. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Jr., commander in chief
of the Caribbean Command,
were announced yesterday.
Harrison, who is returning to
the United States for retirement
from the Army, will relinquish
the post of commander in chief
upon his departure from the Ca
nal Zone the next day to his suc
cessor, Lt. Gen. Robert M. Mon
tague, marking the close of a
40-year distinguished military
career that spanned three wars.
In announcing the plans for
the large-scale military ceremo
ny, Headquarters Caribbean
Command emphasized that the
farewell review in the Canal
Zone would not be the occasion
of Harrison's official retirement,
which will take place in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. at a later date.
Starting at 9:30 a.m. at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base, the pa
rade and review will include
personnel from the ArmyNavy,
Marine Corps and Air Force. Six
battalions from the U.S. Army
Caribbean, large Navy and Ma
rine Corps marching units from
the 15th Naval District and four
squadrons from the Caribbean
Air Command will be massed on
the flightltne. A joint Army and
Air Force band and a joint color
guard carrying the flags of all
the military commands will add
sound and color to the full-dress
military review for the depart
ing commander in chief.
A company of Army tanks, and
units of heavy .guns and armed
vehicles will take part in the pa parade.
rade. parade. During the nearly hour hour-Ion?
Ion? hour-Ion? Ceremony they are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to roll past the reviewing
stand as Air Force jet aircraft
ana Army light planes and heli
copters fly by overhead in a sa
lute to Harrison who has been
commander in chief of the joint
Caribbean Command since June
1954.
In the reviewing stand with
Harrison will be the new com
mander in chief, the Army, Na Navy,
vy, Navy, and Air Force commanders
the Governor and Lt. Governor
of the Canal Zone, and the
chiefs of staff of the component
commands.
Dignitaries and officials
from the Canal Zone, the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama, and other
Latin American and European
countries have been invited to
attend the review, which will
also be open to the public.
The last day as commander in
chief for Harrison will be on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Jan. 4, which he will spend
in final meetings with his head headquarters
quarters headquarters staff officers and the
Army, Navy and Air Force com
manders. He and Mrs. Harrison

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 195B

Harrison
expect to depart for the United
States by air from Albrook AFB
at 9:50 p.m. following an infor
mal dinneT at the home of Ma
Gen. and Mrs. Louis T. Heath,
chief of staff of the Caribbean
Command.
Harrison's record of military
achievement during his 40 years
in the Army, which included
service in both World Wars end
the Korean conflict, was crown
ed by his work as chief of the
United Nations Command armi
stice negotiations delegation and
his subsequent assignment as
commander in chief, Caribbean.
The conclusion of the armistice
with the Communists in Korea,
an unceasingly demanding task.
won Wide recognition for the
general as an authority on world
communism and the tactics em employed
ployed employed by its negotiators.
A3 commander In chief. Carib
bean, Harrison has gained the
respect and admiration of the
leaders of Latin America for his
effort to mold hemispheric co cooperation
operation cooperation and mutual security.
For his work in furthering good
relations in the American family
of nations, Panama, Brazil. Pe
ru and Chile have each awarded
Harrison one of their highest
military decorations; the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian Order of Vasco Nunez de
Balboa, rank of grand )com-
mander; the Brazilian Order of
Military Merit, grade of com commander;
mander; commander; Grand Officer of the
Peruvian Military Order of Aya-
cucho; and the Chilean Military
Medal of the Army, first class.
A graduate of West Point, the
Army Command and General
Staff College and the Army War
College, he has held many im important
portant important command and staff po positions
sitions positions during his long career.
During world war II, Harri Harrison
son Harrison served first in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C, as deputy chief of
the Strategic Plans and Policy
Group of the War Department.
He went overseas to Europe as
assistant division commander
of the 30th Infantry Division

How ya' Gonna Keep 'em Off th' Farm.. Especially
After They've Seen Those Farmboys Marriage Rates?

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (UP)
If a city gal can't find an un unattached
attached unattached man at a holiday party
It may be becaus: he isn't there.
She'd do well to look for him
down on the farm.
Almost one out of every three
men of marriageable age on
farms is a bachelor. Only one of
five city fellows can qualify as
that "extra man.

HE DAILY NEWSPAPER
American
country u $afe Abraham Lincoln.

At Albrook Jan. 3

and served with the division
until June 2, 1945, when he as assumed
sumed assumed command of the 2nd
Infantry Division then sta stationed
tioned stationed in Czechoslovakia.
Post World War II service of
the general included command
of the 38th Regimental Combat
Team and command of Fort Car
son, Colo.; and service in Japan
with the Headquarters of the
Supreme Commander for the Al
lien Powers. In Japan, where he
served first as executive for ad administrative
ministrative administrative and reparations and
later as chief of the reparations
section and executive for econ economic
omic economic and industrial affairs, he
became Intimately familiar with
Oriental thinking and philoso philosophy
phy philosophy which served him so well in
his- later years as armistice ne negotiator
gotiator negotiator in Korea.
The general returned to the
United States in 1949 to take on
the duties of Chief of Informa Information
tion Information and Education in the Office
of the Army Chief of Staff in
Washington, Where he served
until the start of the Korean
conflict.
During the Korean conflict,
Harrison commanded the 9th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Division at Fort Dix, N.J.
with the mission of training in infantry
fantry infantry replacements for the Far
East and European theaters.
This was followed by his assign-:
ment to the Far East as deputy
commander of the Eighth Army
lh Korea. On Jan. 23, 1952, he
was named as a member of the
UN delegation to the armistice
conference at Panmunjom and
later as chief UN Command del delegate
egate delegate succeeding Vice Adm.
Charles Turney Joy, while still
serving as deputy commander of
the 8th Army.
Later that year, the general
was successively appointed dep deputy
uty deputy commanding general. U. S.
Army Forces Far East and chief
of staff, Far East and United
Nations Commands. While hold holding
ing holding this last post he returned to
Korea to conduct the final ne-
The plain fact is, according to
a Bureau of Census report, the
proportion of single, marriageable
men has declined in the past six
years from 26.2 per cent to 23.8
per cent ot the total male popu population.
lation. population. The proportion of single women,
however, is just about the same
on farms as in the cities 19 per
cent. Actually, changes in the

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iug ui tne armistice.
Among me u.h. medals an
decorations awarded to Harrise
are the Distinguished ServiJ
iweaai, tne Distinguished Servh
Cl'OSS. the Silver Star M..i tv
Legion of Merit and the Bron
ovr Meaai witn i oak Let
wusier.
His numerous demratinne r.
IOreien countries tnni,,. til
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ariusn Distinguished Service O
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uer ana tne Most Honorable O
Oer Of the Rath tha lPran,
Chevalier of the Legion of Hoil
or, me region or Honor, grat
ui umcer ana tne Croix de Gue
re with Palm, the Belgium Fou
hum in unn r n m iti
luugnt Commander of the Ord
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in qHHIHam re, iL. J ii
oviuibivjii bu i.i if nprnrinn
awarnpH hv Pono tm Q.,i ii
. Btiniun, uiaziii. r
ru ana uniie.
The
Judge's Bench
Drivine his taxi on the le
side of the road rout. rahm
John Lee Mowatt the sum of
when he was hailed into Bal
Magistrate's court.
Camila Gonsalez, 47, Panama
man, was nned 110 for tresp4
auig.
Net Loss,
Net Coin,
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planned to sell csr No. 29 tn a.
er for SP77 Rllt Nn Mnai
in s crash before it wts sold.
insurance company paid the
ty $1,200.
marital status of women ha
changed only slightly since 19,
the report said.
The report was baited nn
ar.alvsis of the civilian nimilatiil
including about 872,000 memM
1L m ... Tl
oi me armea mrces wno live 0
militarv oosts or nn the Ml
with their families. It excludes II
XL. t II
oiner memners oi tne armed sen
ices.
Th ronnrf mmiA m
til a rm H f nr n tin. i ntn wll
asawxa AW VV3 fill
greatly influenced its data on nun
1 'ojurouic uirii.
Most servicemen it. h J
under 35 and single. Thus t
proportionate decline in sing
men could be due largely to
increase in the number of sei
icemen.
But the report said the sail
trend a Is a ie .vlHont I. I
ui men i
years old and older. The propd
uu vi aingie men in this a
frrnun declined fmm o c
r . ... v.v va
in 1950 tn ft 3 ner cent ...1
women as wen as men still dl
married at ahnut. th am. 3
thev did in 1QI th. . ...
That means that half the men w
marry do so before they're
years old. Half the women w
marry take tne step before they
I
Cardinal Spellman
Off On Traditional
Xmas Visit To GIs
WRIGHTSTOWV V J nee
(UP) Francis cardinal
man left yesterday for his traof
nonai cnristmas visit to servlc
men overseas.
The Cardinal militarv vie
for the armed forces wilt eel
grate mass and greet servicemrj
in LAnraaor, Greenland ar
Newfoundland.
He was scheduled tn reciu
mass at Harmon Air Force Baa
Newfoundland, early today.
He will celebrate a series
masses at Greenland bases, 1
eluding a midnight mass
muie Air Base on Chris
Dav.
Cardinal Spellman will lea
Greenland Christmas Day
fioose Bav. Labrador, where
will again celebrate mass. He
xrnenii en ut return tn mit.c
Air IPrtrce Dati T.T rj nn

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