The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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MAJ. McCARDELL
DIES AT GORGAS
SERVICES WED.

Maj. Norman C. McCardell,
Special Semites sports officer
jor the United States Army
Caribbean, died early this
morning at Gorgas Hospital
after failing to regain con con-sciousness
sciousness con-sciousness following an emer emergency
gency emergency heart massage opera operation
tion operation performed on Dec. 7.
The 39-year-old native of
West Chester, Pa., entered Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas on Dec. 4 and underwent a
routine abdominal operation.
Three days later a further operT
ation was necessary to close a
solrt Incision. During surgery,
his heart stopped and an emer emergency
gency emergency operation was performed
Involving heart massage. While
his heart did resume beating, he
failed to regain consciousness
and shortly before three o'clock
this mdrnlng he succumbed.
From 1952 until the summer
of 1955, Mai. McCardell was
professor of military science
and tactics at Davenport High
School, Davenport, Iowa. He
came to the Canal Zone in De December,
cember, December, 1955. He and his wid widow,
ow, widow, Louise, lived at Fort Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. In addition to his widow, Ma.
McCardell is survived by his fa father.
ther. father. A. Granville McCardell of
121 West Market Street. West
Chester, Pa.; one sister, Mrs. He Helen
len Helen Seldonrldge, 121 Market
Street, West Chester, Pa.; and
five brothers, Charles, 142 East
Market Street, West Chester. Pa.;
David, Route No. 1. West Chester,
Pa.; Robert, Route No.vl, West
Chester, Pa.; Kenneth, Downlng Downlng-toun.
toun. Downlng-toun. Pa., and Granville C,
Northfield, Vt.
During World War II Maj. Mc McCardell
Cardell McCardell served in the Southwest
Pacific from 1943 to 1945 with
the 3rd Infantry Regt. of the
6th Division. He Served in the
Korean conflict during 1960 and
ii ine-
10
a.m. to 11 a.m. on Wednesday.
Full military funeral services
will be conauctea at n a.m.
with the 2nd Battalion of the
20th Infantry furnishing the
i honor guard. Chaplains Roy A.
Morden and Thomas L. Mc Mc-Minri
Minri Mc-Minri will conduct the services.
Later the body will be shipped
tp the State for a full military
funeral. Lt. Col. Leslie C. Wood
of USARCARIB Special Services
will accompany the body back to
the United States.
It has been requested that no
flowers be sent, but that sympa sympathizers
thizers sympathizers send donations to chari charity
ty charity instead.
Second Ex-GI Held
On Burglary Charqe
A second self-described ex-soldier
was bound over for trial In U.
. District Court yesterday on a
charge that he, along with ano'N ano'N-er
er ano'N-er x-GI, burglarized a Gamtm
quarters last week.
Wilfred Ethelbcrt Brathwalte, 26,
Panamanian, thus joins the man
accused of aiding the burglar, 21-year-old
Armand David George,
also Panamanian.
Brathwaite couldn't post the set
$500 bail, and is being held in jail.
Both Brathwaite and George
claim they have recently been dis discharged
charged discharged honorably from the U.S.
Army here. Brathwaite, unem-
Sloyed, lives with his parents in
io Aba.jo; and George, also job jobless,
less, jobless, resides with his parents in
Gamboa.
They are accused of breaking
down a door of the quarters of
Victor M. Solano at Gamboa and
stealing watches, radio, clothing,
and a gold belt buckle bearing F -fano's
name and LP. identifica
0ian number.
Probable cause was found last
week for George and he was bound
over for trial.
Redfaced Rudolph
NEW YORK, Dec 22 (UP)
Police demolition experts hur hurried
ried hurried to a New York post office
branch after a sorting clerk
heard a "suspicious ticking"
coming from a package, inside,
they found a battery-driven toy
locomotive noisily spinning its
wheels.
SMITH'S HELPERS SRV:
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CHRISTMAS

6000 Jobs Comin gUp, Says
Ernestitds Xmas Message

President Ernesto de la Cuardia Jr. painted a glovying
picture for 1957 last night as he delivered his Christmas;
message to the people in his second major address in two
days.
Speaking from the Presidencia over a nationwide radio
network in the presence of a number of newsmen, Mr. de
la Cuardia said next year the Panama government will
provide work not only for those who will lose their jobs 'as
a result of the new budget but also for those who were
out of work before his administration started.
The Panamanian chief executive gave a breakdown of
6000 jobs which will be available next year as a result of
the government's public works projects for 1957, adding
that additional jobs also will be available as a result of the
increased trade which will come to Panama with the
doting of Canal Zone commissaries to some 10,000 Zone

employes and their families.
He said 200 jobs will be avail available
able available on the project for the ex extension
tension extension of Balboa Ave.; 150 on
the extension of Pederico Boyd
Ave. with the Trans-Isthmian
Highway; road construction and
maintenance, 500 jobs; construc construction
tion construction of the Inter American
Highway from Anton to Chirl Chirl-qui,
qui, Chirl-qui, 400 and, construction of
feeder roads, 1500.
Mr. de la Guardia also pre predicted
dicted predicted ah Increase in private
construction during the coming
year and pointed out that one of
the two private oil refinery proj projects
ects projects plans to construct a tWo tWo-mlle
mlle tWo-mlle road, three buildings and
other installations in 1957.
Forecasting "a more pros prosperous
perous prosperous and firm economy and
more job opportunities" for
1957, the President reiterated
his opinion that the sale of
goods and services vby Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian merchants will be
vastly increased, starting Jan,
,.h ,. I r :, ,,,,
He mentioned the fact tbi
Canal fcone employe! who will
not have to ptnrcbas aH gflods
In Panama stores, Bought 7.700,-
Zone Employes
To Gel Special
'Paz y Salvos'
Panama Canal authorities
have been informed by the Pan Panama
ama Panama government that non-U.S.
citizen employes of the canal
organization and other U.S. Gov Government
ernment Government agencies In the Canal
Zone will Be granted a special
"paz y salvo" for the purpose of
obtaining their 1057 vehicle li license
cense license plates.
The "pas y salvo" will be is issued
sued issued after an employe makes a
sworn declaration as to his em employment
ployment employment status for the past five
years. No letters from the Canal
employers will be needed to sub sub-staatiate
staatiate sub-staatiate this declaration at this
time.
Arrangements have been made
between the government of Pan Panama
ama Panama and the Canal authorities
whereby fach declaration claim claiming
ing claiming employment In the Canal
Zone, will be officially verified
by the Canal employing agen agencies.
cies. agencies. False declarations of employ employment,
ment, employment, by the Canal organization
of any other United 8tates gov government
ernment government agency for the past
five years will be discovered in
the process of verification and
Individuals making false declar declarations
ations declarations will be subject to punish punishment
ment punishment under Panama law.
Xmas Retail Sales
Soar With 9th Hour
Spate Of Shoppers
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)-A
bleak Xmas outlook for retailers
was abruptly dispelled this week
as a late shopping rush brought
holiday cheer and an even chance
to match last year's record Yule Yule-tide
tide Yule-tide sales volume, Dun k Brad Brad-street
street Brad-street figures showed today.
A sudden splurge in clothing,
toy and gift buying sent the tot?l
dollar volume of retail trade in
the week ended Wednesday to
from one to five per cent higher
than a year ago, the aegncy said.
Only major appliances and
Sen's wear continued to suffer
om the pre-Christmas slump that
had threatened to dim the Christ'
mas spirit of retailers. Auto deal
era reported a pick-up in new car!
sales.
From Washington, the Federal
Reserve uoaro reported depart department
ment department st z sales in the week end ended
ed ended Dec.' 15 were 2 per cent abov-'
a year a o and for the year to
date sales were up 3 per cent.
Regional'y dollar olume ranged

irom 4 io o per cent nigner in uic and drove uie little boy to tne At-! Mass will be held on Christ Christ-Southeast
Southeast Christ-Southeast to 2 per cent lowfir ('brook Air Force dispensary for ms-Sfty t .m. at Fort Clay Clay-2
2 Clay-2 per ceni higher in the Middle treatment. He was allowed the re- ton and at 10:30 a m. at the Post
Atlantic states. turn home after treatment. 1 of corozai. Confessions will bs

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000 gallons of kerosene and 281,

000 dozen eggs annually in Zone
commissaries.
Pointing out that salaries sub subject
ject subject to social security deductions
this year was $7,000,000 higher
than last year, Mr. de la Guar
dia told his listeners that every
thing pointed to "favorable and
even more promising outlook"
for 1957.
Spreading Unrest
In Russian Empire
Again Reported
STOCKHOLM. Dec. 22 (UP)
New reports of spreading unrest
In Russia and its satellite empire
reached the West today, and two
Baltic refugees said the Soviet
August Rei, chairman of the Es-
thonian "National Council," and
former Lithuanian Minister Ignas
Scheynius.
They told newsmen that opposi opposition
tion opposition against Soviet rule in the Bal Baltic
tic Baltic is stronger than ever. They
said they appeal to the United Na
tions to protest the deportaions
as "methodical genocide."
Their statement was one of an
increasing number of reports from
behind the Iron Curtain indicating
widespread unrest in countries un under
der under Communist rule.
Political observers in Moscow
predicted today the Soviet Com
munist Party Central Committee
will crack down on students who
have taken advantage of the de
SUlinization campaign to be over
ly-critical. The policy-making Cen Central
tral Central Committee met secretly for
the second day in a row today
to review overall Soviet policy
nome and abroad.
US Homes Bright
With Xmas Cheer
CHICAGO. Dec. 22 (UP)
Christmas trees glowed In homes
across, the nation tonight at the
start of a long four-day festive
week-end.
Murky weather over the east
ern half of the country save the
holiday period an ominous start.
in the Midwest, the Kansas
City weather bureau issued a
special warning of a "potential
ly severe storm" developing In
the central plains states.
The National Safety Council
predicted a four-day traffic toll
of 600 persons between 6 p.m.
Friday night and midnight
Tuesday. If the Council's fore forecast
cast forecast came true, lt would set an
all-time, all-holiday record.
The first states to report traf
fic victims were New York, five:
Michigan, two: Texas, one. and
Massachusetts one for a nation
al total of eight.
Sacking Automobile
Guises 2 OilWren
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his automobile from beneath his
quarters at Pedro Miguel yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, struck and slightly injurei
two children playing in the drive
way.
S-Sgt. Bill Ray McKlnney, 25 J
American," TCs in the Air Force
area of P o Miguel. Police said
the two children Debra Fulcher.
3', and Daniel Hill, 2V4 were
sitting or kneeling off the paved
portion of the driveway, and Mc
Kinney failed to see them.
Debra received minor bruise
and abrasions and ran quickly
from the scene. Daniel suffered a
bruised left ltg when the tire went
partly over the leg.
McKinnev notified the Darent
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DEATH ENTERED THE PICTURE Roy N. B uell, representative of the San Francisco Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce, smiles, unaware that behind him a helicopter is carrying Robert L. Walker
to his death in the Bay. Buell had greeted ar riving opera singer Marv Gray moments before,
and Walker, complying with photographer's re quests for different pictures, had taken off
again. The 'copter was approximately 100 feet high when a gust of wind turned it upside
down and sent it to Us destruction.

From hriphf. t.rimminw: fn
families reflect but one thing
Originality and msDiration
and the exteriors of unit areas
ine lamiiy budget for many
moil lorgouen auni or aisia.ni,
For those who have their f am
Hies with them and for those
who have extra time on their
hands, all sorts of events have
been planned for observing the
1956 holiday season.
All of the post chapelt In the
Canal Zone have scheduled re religious
ligious religious services for catholic
and Protestant faiths on
Christmas Eve and Christmas
Day.
Service clubs at each of the
Army installations open their
doors on parties, dances and
other Christmas motif activi activities.
ties. activities. Amone activities that ,have
been scheduled are Fort Kobbe
service club at 8:30 p.m. today,
Pablo Herrera, a member of the
Panama Symphony orchestra,
and members of his family will
present a program of traditional
Christmas music of Spanish Ori Origin.
gin. Origin. Miss Rosita Barcla, of the Na National
tional National School of Dance, will also
perform.
A dance for service personnel
will be held from 8-11 o'clock to
night at the Balboa YMCA. It is
a semi-formal affair.
Tomorrow, the Balboa YMCA
has planned a Christmas stock stocking
ing stocking party and a carol sing, Also
scheduled are refreshment and
dancing to recorded music.
A four-day guided tour to Bo Bogota,
gota, Bogota, Colombia from Dec. 28
through Dec. 31 has been plan planned
ned planned by the Balboa USO-JWB, in included
cluded included on the itinerary are four
sight-seeing tours in new and
old Bogota and to Monserrate
via the funicular railway.
Information about the trip can
be obtained from the Balboa
USO-JWB.
At 11 a.m. Monday the Fort

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Many Religious Services Are Scheduled
On Canal Zone' Military Installations

The religious Importance of
Christmas will be brought to
servicemen and their dependents
in the Canal Zone area in the
iiittiij aeiviues which nave dccu
Planned by. the chaplains at the
various installations
Both Catholic and Protestant
faiths may attend services at the
post chapel of their choice on
Christmas and Christmas Eve.
At Fort Amador, there will
be a mid-night mass Dec. 24.
Confessions will be heard at 11
p.m. before the mass. On Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Day mass will be held im immediately
mediately immediately afterwards.
Sot Protestants, Fort Amador
hae a candlelight service at
9 p.m. Dec. 24.
A midnight mass Will be held
for catholics it the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton chapel with the choir from
the St. Vincent's School in Pan-
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it's Christmas in the Canal Zone.

have gone into the decorations dressing the homes of individuals

at Fort Clayton. Fort Kobbe
has taken a be atina from la
inena.
Anjaoor NC
sponafr a Kiddies party. Par Parents
ents Parents and youngsters are to be
on hand at 11 a.m. A fellow by
the name of Santa Claus will
arrive in a helicopter at 11:15
a.m.

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Major, Colonel; SFC, MSgt Winners
Of Army Home Decoration Contests

Winners of the Fort Clayton
Christmas decoration contest
were announced today by Col.
Peter S. Peca, post commander.
The best community display
was judged to hjt the 500 area,
near the Fort cUyton Hospital.
Second place went to the 400 a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. 'The hospital' area was
unique- in that the display re reflected
flected reflected the efforts of 29 separate
families. Each family had a re reflected
flected reflected star hung on the side of
the building, backing up a 200-
yard exhibit of Santa's sleigh
and reindeer, a blue ngnted
tree, a Christmas greeting sign
flanked .by choraleers, and spe specially
cially specially arranged hi-fi holiday mu music
sic music piped over a loudspeaker
through special arrangements
with CFN.
The area display prize was
won by the USARCARIB Chemi Chemical
cal Chemical Section which put Santa In
a flying saucer on Building 175.
An ingenius lighting system
blinked out "Merry Christmas"
one letter at a time, second prize
was won by the postChapel, a
huge Nativity scene constructed
by the chapialns with the as
sistance of Captains Francis J.
heard from 2-5 p.m. and '7-9
p.m. Dec. 24 at Fort Clayton.
There will be a Christmas
service at 10:15 a.m. Christmas
day for Protestants at Fort
Clayton. The Sunday-school and
choir will present a Christmas
program at 7 p.m. Dec. 24. The
Youth Fellowship will present a
play "The Other Wise Man,"
during the program. Caroling on
post will follow.
Religious services at Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe will Include a Solemn High
Mass Christmas Eve. This serv service
ice service will be broadcast oer CFN
radio. Celeb-ant is Rev. Marian
Walls, O.R.S.A.
nfessions will be heard at
r.irt Kobbe from 3-5 p.m. and
from 6-8 p.m. Dec. 24 In both
Spanish and English.
Mass will be held at 8 a.m.
Christmas Day at Fort Kobbe.
A communion service will be
Kobbe at 10:30 p m. Dec. 24 at
the post chapel. A second com

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and the other Installations.
planned a candlelight dance be
ginning at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
And the club is still taking
greetings and messages to send
to the United States over its
ham radio station.
Sullivan and William C. McHugh
and their wives.
A tank trailer flatbed rigged
up with a load of Santa's toys
won the unit display prize for
the 17th Ordnance Company.
Maj. Magdaleno A. Toma Toma-neng
neng Toma-neng won the top prize for the
best decorated house' at 404-B
and Col. Howard H. Hastings,
at Quarters 78, came in sec second.
ond. second. The best NCO house was
Quarters 3S4-B, occupied by
SFC Raymond J. Miller. Second
prize was shared by Master
Sergeant Walter c. Reed and
Sergeant First Class Donald L.
Mason at Quarters 338-A and
337 B respectively.
Two teams of Judges selected
winners. ,Lt. col. H- F. Howard
of the Army Audit Agency, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Captain John F.
Oerrity and captain Frederick
M. Van Nosdale, Judged the a a-reas
reas a-reas and the units. Major Spur Spur-geon
geon Spur-geon A. Messner, Captain and
Mrs. James E. Hughes, Master
Sergeant Jack W. Mappln and
Mrs. Robert Ness Judged the
community areas and quarters.
Prizes will be awarded next
week.
munion service will be held at
11 a.m. Christmas Day at Fort
Kobbe.
Midnight mass will be held at
Fort Davis for Catholics Dec. 24.
Benediction will follow. There
will be no masses on Christmas
Day at Fort Davis.
The Fort Davis chapel will be
the site of a Christmas program
for those of the Protestant faith
at 7 p.m. Dec. 24. A Christmas
Day service will be held at 10
a.m. Dec 25 at the post chapel
for Protestants.
For Catholics in the Fort Gu Gu-Uck
Uck Gu-Uck area, midnight mass will be
heldt the post chapel Dec. 24.
Chrlsteas Day masses have been
scheduled at 9 a m. and 10 a.m.
Dec. 25. New Year's masses will
be held Jan. 1 at 7 a.m. and 4
p.m.
A Christmas party will be held
at the post chapel at 6:30 p.m.
tomorrow at Fort Gulick. Com Com-munton
munton Com-munton service for Protestants
will be held at 7 p.m. Dec. 24 at
Fort Gulick.

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Last of Invaders
Leave Port Said
Under Air Cover

PORT SAID, Egypt, Dec. 22 (UP) The lost Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French troops left Port Said today under a protectivt um umbrella
brella umbrella of fighter planes, ending the 47-day Allied occupa occupation
tion occupation of the Egyptian city.
The last 1000 troops beaan marehina aboard frant.

ports at 4:15 p.m., taking
A, I I A f ml

me msr remmanr or the armored forces landed here early
in November.
Ten destroyers and a swarm of f inhere frnm hu

i i ..g. win IWV Mir-
craft carriers coveted the withdrawal against last-minute
C... a,! j. I

tgypnan arracx.
Navy planes crisscrossed clear hhim cLS k

northern end of the blocked
toward the Western horizon.
The nlanes si ah ted several A.
rab gatherings in the cltv durinc
the day, but in each case they
were bfokjeo up by United Na-
their lo-
troops
stood
f'lbftevd surrounding-
half-mil sauare embarka-
perimewr as the' hist troops
r .ied out.
A United Nations salvage
fleet was standing by to begin
the task of clearing the Suez
Canal when the withdrawal
operation is completed.
The evacuation of the few re remaining
maining remaining soldiers closes out a
Joint Anglo-French military op operation
eration operation which plunged relations
between Britain and France on
the one hand and the United
States on the other to the low lowest
est lowest point In decade.
The troops ashore were con concentrated
centrated concentrated in a tightly-guarded
sector near the waterfront last
night. Ships in the harbor
were alerted for possible snip sniping
ing sniping attacks. Gun crews stood
by and alt portholes and other
lights were blacked oat.
Departure of the last warships
and transports will come after
dark when Egyptians are re restricted
stricted restricted by the curfew.
United Nations Emergency
Forces, moving in on the heels
of the withdrawing of British
and French troops took over
control of Port Said and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
A strong force of Egyptian po police
lice police was helping to maintain or order.
der. order. Jailed Chinese Sent
To Red China as US
Puts on the Squeeze
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United States has deported to
Red China a Chinese auen serv serving
ing serving a manslaughter sentence in a
New York state prison, admimstra
tion officials disclosed today.
The deportation was arranged
as part of extensive U.S. efforts
to prod Red China into releasing
of 10 Americans held in Chinese
jails on false charges.
Two other Chinese aliens serv
ing sentences in a California pri prison
son prison also will be deported soon to
Nationalist China.
The three deportations resulted
from Communist Chinese charge,
that the United States is holding
Chinese citizens in this country
against their will.
In an effort to prove the falsity
of the charges, the U.S. agreed to
let the Red Cross survey all Chi Chinese
nese Chinese alien prisoners jailed in this
country.
"Our purpose was to eliminate
any possible pretext the Commu
nists night have not to release A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans they hold," one official
told the United Press.
Twenty-four Chinese aliens serv serving
ing serving prison terms were interview interviewed
ed interviewed by the Red Cross. They were
given their choice of completing
therr Jstt terms or going to Red
China or Nationalist China. Only
three chose to leave prison.

Suez

with them 12 tanks that were
, .
Suez Canal as the sun sank
m Million Out;
Loam it
To British
(VP -The Unite gtate,
lending Britain $500 million to
help solve British financial
problems caused by the Sues
The loan officially a "Una
fr a"" is available to tt5
British on demand any tlmt in
the next 12 months.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank
"ivc was me latest in a ;
ain solve the financial diffld
time ...ni.j a,. . . I
IT i11"" y tne OlOCKing
Oil n nehn, J... iu. r
French strike into Egypt.
, !!?' ,ternawonal monetary
iuuu wnn u.e. approval already
has authorized withdrawal of
$1.3 billion by Britain. So far
Britain has used only some QjfTt
Britain needs the dollars to
buy US. oil now replacing oil
that normallv mm. f tu.
Middle East.
Five East Germans
Crash Red Barrier
With Stolen Truck
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crashed a tniolr K..-u .Jl mZTT
7 "" xuniii me iron
curtain tn froerinm -j. rrS
of Communist bullets last nliht,
"rsi ueiman Doraer DoUeff re reported
ported reported today.
Four members of a family and
a friend loaded their belongings
in a truck stolen from a 9mA
operative and covered their goods
wiui uaies oi siraw.
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barriers near here. BHIIf
police ODcned fir as thu Mar
fashioned truck lurch
Doraer.
The truck skidded
on the West German
line. Villagers nearby
ine irucK out and m
refugees to receptioff
PanamanianCe
In Havana JM
In bpam L
VIGO. Spain.
The Panamani
Havana, Cuba, Rl
won third arize ij
ish Christmas lottery.
inr of 45.00n.0nn nesetaa Sfla
purchased the winning ticket,
number 36,227 back in Sep September.
tember. September. It is understood that Moo
shared a part of his ticket wtth
various friends.

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SATURDAT, DECEMBER 22, ItM
Outside the Pale of Decency
Washington
THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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Labor News
And
Comment

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THE MAIL BOX

By VICTOR RIEIIL
Primp Minister Nehru is neutral

on neariy everything but criticism

nt rim m nisip menm l nis

champion of passive resistance
has been seen whipping out his
cane and personally dashing into

Th AUd Sai n tn ttrum tat tt irM rananu """ a uouing ciuwu iu uvu

ijw. uk, wt ha imaafrsirt it -wiVl

Mil Mr UtNr. m tiw wdar iae.voA, Now ho is and ha

ran la Hi to a laa itnr iimmo i .... nm win ............

W Mil at amat writaw u nai m ....... nc ai mn wr. v..

Tma atiiaaair niumn n rMPMaienir siattrntmi whr' ha touno nimtcir nining

M tHi Inn raaaart. with APL.-CIO chief, owt Jjwa

ny, wna iatr waan no
Mm "an aaant of the Soviat U U-nion."
nion." U-nion." The bhjnt speaking Mr.
Meany, leader of 16,000,000 A
marican working paopla, also
said grimly tha other day that
he hopad "to soa him (Nohru)
soon and tall him so to his face.
And I faal tho sama way about

Krishna manon."
Meany said, shortly after this
comment, that he planned to tell
It to Nehru at Mr. and Mrs. Dul Dulles"
les" Dulles" private dinner to him at the
Pan-American, Union banquet hall.
r..., tM friends he had a "bill

of particulars" for the Indian scold

WHO nas DUUT quiie a reuiauv
for himself s the essence of liber liberalism.
alism. liberalism. The AFL-CIO president be be-n.,,
n.,, be-n.,, thmt there is an aroma of

-"
something less than eau de co

logne about Mr. iNenrus pwua
progress! vlsm.
It can be reported that Mr. Mea Mea-mr
mr Mea-mr iro ntc tn ask the Indian Prime

Minister, face to face, jus why
the Indian government is so hard
..ninnUm fnr examnle. New

Delhi has some of the toughest

labor laws on any nations duohs.
- and India's government prac practices
tices practices are even tougher. Mr. Nehru
has been known to crush strikes
.uw iMftni anri launch mass jail

ing f labor, leaders and strikers.

Compare this tougnness wun wwi
k.nniiM in nnr nwr. rl'Phkv capital-

ist state Mr. Nehru has so often

chastised. Just the other weeK,
members of the striking Interna International
tional International Longshoremen's Assn., for
example, pulled a slowdown. The

shippers howiea. uapi. wimam
Tii. rileu i in inn nresifte.nt. wander-

IJ I l.U I I I I I. ...... (-
ed up to the docks and said. ".Hey,

fellers, cut it out. a reaerai juuga
nA ia thnnaht that a union

sponsored slowdown might violate
.: .-114 Cilll ha nnn nraaAaA tin

nis euici.. oiiii w optvuvw "f.
But when I was in Calcutta one
summer night in 1955, the Indian

government transport ministry oe

gan to cracic me wmp which ho

in unCer Indian law. ne nas me
jwer "w fire longshoremen for
rikinf nr slnwinc down. He has

this dictatorial power under the

"Dock Workers Regulation oi em employment
ployment employment Act."

In Calcutta, t was told that
"the government can jail the
striken, fine them heavily or
exile them for life from all dock
work by removing their names
from the employment register.
Furthermore, the government
can refuse te pay the dockwal dockwal-lepers
lepers dockwal-lepers for time put in during a
sleweiewn even If the cargo
wal handled albeit at a slow slow-er
er slow-er pace.
"Strike leaders ran he. arrested.

and have heen. There in no anneal

from the government's order. Mr.

Nehru s socia ist Government s pu-

altinn ia that a strike wastes the

national wealth anc It wants its

shipping developed."

T.ahnr nennle here feel that Mr.

Nahm mallv has nn moral nr ideo

logical right to taut ot UDerausm,
not only because of these labor

laws, but because his press laws
re an touch he can shut down anv

newspaper. He has arrested edit

ors and reporters ana even news-

8u

tm tp
a re A

menf

PROGRESS AND PRIVILEGES
iHmm "fired (But Not Mad) Panameno:
Nowtatn't you lucky and proud to be a Panamanian?
Whew Tisfin the worm couid you xM tnls Kind oi aemocjacy
TrS treedonv? it you were a citizen ot tne Unitea States (not
kSlTmino you) you were criucizaig your government ana
hSXeJTn&t wouiayour leiiow ciuz.ns cad you?-a Cam Cam-SSwS
SSwS Cam-SSwS f?aui iwoeeci is a tree piiBoner tn ms nomdand,

batted lroni leaving uie uimcu
I want my beloved Panama to stay the way she is-a coun coun-try
try coun-try i'K Zd American,, Mad t-anamenos, es ano aliens
Shave ine rlgnl to express tneir minos -inis is me oniy
y by whlcn a govtinniem can correct nsiaults. .
yitaTiren ranameno. because you have a nltle Job (I Del
ttnnZCeMou arc quick to swahow the wnile man s
yonJa Z fSS Pa new Prewuent in ranama caUea wr on.y
SSVXtTlIl9 aoing tooay, your type aw
of businessmen.
com they have just won.
The aovernment of Panama is united to crush Panama Ca Ca-WOlm
WOlm Ca-WOlm and iSS itne blessing of North American businessmen and
fiWrTihe treaty will benefit me. I am well over 40.
aomcHnconvenlences and sacrllicc. ..nfflB ln Pl.nM. WhUe

nao-ouna, neie w as? :

the aovern

Iu 1840 you oottid.iet a job on the Sme. to LBe TOJ
or wiu ttwi-uir. auy y wuu w on.te
Locals maue as a T,Xn tea ikeor.

we oanai was 'Zam thai we aoove

Vwa aemaiiuea tnai a samiy ; j receiving
Touay iocai-ratth w the "Si locai-rascrs

avli iseivicc penuons, e;o. Maay ul Wlt!m,

xiici raniwnww, ywue c "7V.U tue ilrst oi tut
nwnui. iwy .te UW real ,,., AmtliCan wor.

tor iw. W or evenstcu cents an u'

cualu Hwy nave atoou SSSSZ V in wia. vnose

w.ui gut., UKe uuthm "''""Vo'arateow timers are not
auve tay were ooaat. Many ouna iouu ai,s0mucn s 4U years

receiving as mucn as ;v.

eetv.ee. vny Panama Canal Company. I blame

nutate wnuse nui ki ft uw not
tur uest to see uu "'uSr to regret these ei ei-have.
have. ei-have. now aome oi vne patents a t i ura iuanB to

umen, snsuB tw r ------
en ua img. peopte o ; tneir own color

and carpenters are only neipers?
Tired Panameno Governor Potter once suggested that local local-t
t local-t -i h4in hhTcIiri Timers by giving sometning like ill) cents
rSth 'insKd o?mTatflggwith the U S.-raters jyto .have
a home and can UVe in the Zone ii they want, to, why not help us?
The Panama Canal not only kicked the old timers off the
ynne hut tricked them out of tneir hospitals years ago. If tne
Snmenf ol Panama was as cruel as you and the Panama
KC fi mers who used to live on the Zone would have
been deported.

They always dislike the government of Panama, yet on the-
iliey """J" Kimlneea Ar mlt 1HV Of their

Zone they can t owe ret, upcu ""
familv over 21 years old in hospital. fc.itijtt
Here's something from another moron: Senator Fullbright
aatfffi bK Contr last year, said, "If we extended Civil
leviceleulement to aUens in 194J, why should we discriminate
aralnst the Panamanians of the Panama Canal?
"I'm jealous of you, Tired Panameno. Thanks to the Pan Panama
ama Panama goVrnS and the GAO, you will not only get a Civil
rviee neasion but equal pay for equal work.
Fnsffi Truman broke the treaty by taxing U.S.-raters on
the Zone in 1951, so don't blame Panama. That is why Presi President
dent President Rnon alwkys said that if the U.S. can tax their people,
why can't'we?
Iiorgot to mention two real gringo Old Timers. Max Bilgray
and Tom Brady. They don't give a damn for commissary priv priv-Ileges.
Ileges. priv-Ileges. The Moron.

eteTagaiH

y tllW MAUM

WASHINGTON The extent to

which the Republican Party won

votes last November by promising
liherarlnn nf tha. satellite nations

is an interesting question sure te

be probed oy congress m wanua wanua-rv
rv wanua-rv Alrearlv Senators Humohrev

nt Minnesota and Neuberaer of 0-

reeon have inaicatea mey wm

nreaa fnr tirh an investiftation.

" . la m Ji I

Ab Herman, me unite; ana awe

Director of the Minorities uivision
nt the Ben.ihlican National Com

mittee has had some interesting

things to say on wis point.

Herman unquestionably did an

Another nn the nop

i wv uawvuti
platform, contained significant

promises to the satellites u follows:

"Oa our initiative the poHtfcai
inert M NiTn ... u.. ml

--r-- w- ate VCiax UCVC1-
oped. Instead oi Being merely t
military alliaace, NATO will pre-

vmr means tor coordinating the
policies of the member states ea
vital matters such as the reunifl reunifl-catioa
catioa reunifl-catioa of Germany awl the liber liberation
ation liberation of the satellites."
Since NATO is military oria-

Herman unqueauvuemj v iiicuc m use II OcnUtl
amating job of swinging the for- the Iron Curtail went further than
eign-language vote to Ike and from any pledge ever given by either
. Mu nnit.trai vewooint deserves DOlitieal nartv in the n.c

a -- P. ymay,
. i 1 & M 1. .ai. t.,

creait. a lew weens pvt v

the tragic bloodshed in Hungary,
he was willing to take credit.
He then explained to newsmen

that h had fieured as early a

DICTATED FROM ABOVE?

It Should be noted that Herman
is a COmDaSSionate rleeent senile.

- wvM.V
ilH mk. nM.iU 1 i ..

Tumush Chrishmash

Bv BOB RUARK

As the eggnog and office-party himself away with a visible hang-
T f ,A.t -uui An nvpi- .The now tranmiilivinff nille

season waxes, i a augm uc uc-pression.
pression. uc-pression. Vodka has removed the jubilant
stigma from the fellow who used
to bust loose over the Yule booz

ing, inflating his ego and cocking

a figurative snoox at tne doss
man the hrirle nf bosom, and any

stuffy relative who might object

to a scented weex ot wassaii.
The old toper used to camou camouflage
flage camouflage his weakness with cloves or
peppermint and fondly believe he
mac tnniino the household and the

office, even though he was prone

to stagger a mite ana one on nis

sentences in mia-rneiunu

Who needs tn make an excuse

over. The new tranquilizing pills, of nutmeg-enriched milk, with an
taken before bed and early in the injection of brandy, when he can
morn, have reduced his shakes to i' back a secret bottle of odor odor-a
a odor-a mere tremor, his quakes to a less eau de vie and come flying
:!.. It u .. U.. f .. I ll, .aJ. xlitU.

minimum. ,vcii u lie auiicia, ii- ....j t.ie iaitr ttuu uaaw niww

CO

.

fl,lt .a?''" :7. 9L. I Vnn

two mUWH Wtftf met aoimaaarr

.k.r. he fa an h i fca in 9

h..l,.t he mut-

Ui a a a 111 i viv w w
boys shouting headlines to peddlt
llt.ii. ,MM

Nnr ia there freerlnm nf aneerh

1am eceemhlv tie ran arreat anv

Ul BOVIUIU ..V. vna. ...u.
. 1 .1 ..

aemonstrators ior snounni; slo

gans any slogans.

and

the wiiltntntr

tereJ "Tuhmush aaanoaa." and

nobody rotlly had tha oHfte
fira him.
There- is further need to ex

plore the office party as the na nation's
tion's nation's prime evil, since Brother

Corey r pra cia it once ami jui
D..t It AAA ann ot it nte a tremAnnOUS

Dili 11- U1U wuow.i .w
safety-valve for the, frustrated old
. i ,JlitAnAfl Irem.

mams ana uuss-msiiiw"f
hiehinc whn lived for tht lirancl

UlVVIIlOi) 'Iv -' .'
blowoff of a year's frustration.

Then tOUr-X-yeo ranny i"eu
ik. then Tremhlephin rhuck-

me vuaoj h.vm
cd a pinch at Miss Hourglass and

staggered nome iuu w uiuiuii,
with a breath like a flame-throw-
a a

Vodka has changed H. Trem Trem-hieehin
hieehin Trem-hieehin has no.ssiblv been quietly

stiff all year, off an odorless, near

ly tasteless oeverage wnicn cum cum-bines
bines cum-bines itself into repulsive health

lnause6us mixture of orange juice

and Slavic essence, or voana mar martinis,
tinis, martinis, which fook lethal and are

not. i 1L
Gone the cloves, departea the
peppermint. Where, oh where, has

iiown tne cnioropnyiir
With the absence of odor has
nnrnn onnfirienop anrl mOFP Of 8

V. Jl 1 l. V HIIIIMVMV

tolerance for alcohol, a man wno

reeketh not pumsnetn not nis cons
cience, and hence can hold anoth
ar hraee nf Hl-inks

The closet lush no longer gives

can always tell the boss its one of
those new viruses, and the boss

can t say mm nay, Because ne
can't smell the traces of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's waii-climbing.

I think this Is a pity, if only
out of deference to tha pig who
got up and slowly walked away.
How i tho pig going to know what
comoanv to tourn if hi aotter

lamvii a invent ia wi

1 driven ramaaa

oiiuht tn he shir- tn tell La

who hoozes an that societvN

ia pan he' hrnuoht intn fftpwi

AicQiinAa him trnrv thle itenlnr.

W V. A.'.) Uk.. ...... A. VH L.I..1
ahle hahit eypent nn vapatlnnii nf.

fice parties, holidays, Saturdays,
c j I : ..i ,;nLi.

oumiays, iiuuiuig iup, iismnis
trips, luncheon dates, and while
waiting for the 6:15 to wherever

ne doesn t reauy want to go.
What is there to look forward to
nt vear's pnH9 Fnnah tn the nnn.

time thrill of the blended stuff in
paper cups, served by the water

iountain.

toe to tousle a wench when you can
hide your excuses in the dark

room or the men s. locker?

In my boyhood, when a fellow
went up against a very dry marti martini
ni martini mnrle wi'h hnheat iunlnpr iulre.

he was taking his future into his

hands One hundred prooi, sour
mash bourbon whiskey soon sep separated
arated separated the boys from the men.

There was a irentle pttluvltim 81-

tAitAMt 4a C.ntlanri'e evnnrt nrirle

aiatjnarked a man aiu a. noncon

formed, and corn ijqsjorroi sn
Orang County, N.C., recipe ws
not a plaything for children. The

pig could ten.

I suggest now that the vodka
people and there seems to .be a
new brand-every day retool their
distilleries for some of us oW die die-hards
hards die-hards and inject a little smell and
a suspicion of taste into their
strong Waters.
Because at the moment, thats
what it tastes like water. And
not very strong, at that.

1952 that it was important for th'j man who would not knowingly en en-nnnhUpan
nnnhUpan en-nnnhUpan tn swine the biff mass couraee a situa r.inn n,hik .iw

of votes among Poles, Slovaks, 1- lead men to slaughter. Doubtless

tauans, Hungarians aim esi Eu Europe
rope Europe generally away from the
Democrats where they had stead steadfastly
fastly steadfastly voted ever since the early

days 01 itooseven.

So he developed th technique

of taunting the Democrats with
th. Valla aoreemnt rjemininfi! to

the satellites and simultaneously

pledged liberation ot tne sateim..
K "During the 1956 campaign,"

Herman further exDlained. we

pinned George Kennon on teven

son.
Kennon t the former ambassa

dor to Russia under Truman who

arlvneat.erl the nnllCV Of COntSUl

ment namely, that the United

States eouldn t afford war wiwi

Russia but should contain nussia
and wait until the Jiuge bloc of na
tions she had bitten of gave her
political indigestion.
"We figured," said Herman,
"ihat if revolt did take place be behind
hind behind the Iron Curtain we could
tell 'em this was all Ike's doing.
, .a a, i a-1 1.

"Whafanout me net inn you
don't liberate 'em?" Herman was

asked. ,.,

"Well, it's kind of comoiooaea,
Herman admitted, "but it's the

way you win votes.

Visited later, atter tne Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian bloodshed, Herman was not
so talkative. He did talk about tho
big swing of the foreign-language

group over to r,jsrunwci, auu uc
felt that they would remain in the
Republican column.

therefore Congress will want to see
.i.k.tk.. ,k. .

L it .'?"0 w" ,us policy or
whether he was following policy
handed down from above.

In this connection, the speeches
of President Eisenhower anw

Foster Dulles will doubtless come
in fnr ..).... -11.. .

- cspcviauy ilea
speech of Aug. 2J, i52 the Amer-
(.am T I 1 .

.n region wnen ne saw:
"We must tell the Kremlin that
never' shall we desist in our .in

to every man and woman of those
ahae1,lewl l.nJ. ...k 1

.w.eu ioiiuj wno seeKS reiUge
with us, any man who keeps burn
in ft M..M kl. . ..

"6 muvug ms own people tne
flame of freedom or is dedicated
to the liberation of his fellow men
. . The Ameripan

- vviioviauta
can never know peace until these
people are restored to being mas masters
ters masters of their own fate."

He was also willing to have

newsnaoermen inspect literature

which the Republican Nations

Cbmmitte lttf .airculated am

Pntes Hungarians-. Czechs, et a

o.rt nf it mi in the laneuas

of those nationalities. Part consist

ed in editorials from foreign-ian-ouaae
newsnaners and showed pho

tos of Eisenhower with American

citizens of Czech, Polish, nunga:
rian descent taken on the White
House steps.
One Republican booklet was cap captioned
tioned captioned "Republican poliev of liber liberation
ation liberation to turn the tide against Com
munism."

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LLAS, Tex. Dec. (UPT -U.S.

Judge Wm. H. Atwell re-1

the U. S. Supreme Court

spsrpsstinn ru IBS and 1

Dallas school system to

seereeated while it con-

its study of integration.

Judge Atwell, who ruled yester-

m me uaiias scnoois ior me

tie Court's famous desegre-

ruling was Dasea not uoon

"hut nn modern nsvrholomral

"If there is such a thing as

he saw. It would be

table and unbearably wrong

mane wnne siuaenis set out 01

The suit originally was filed In

noer 1953 by the National

Colored People in the names of

9 Neurn students

Judge Atwell refused to hear the

case last year on the ground that

ft was filed prematurely. The Cir
curt Court of Appeals at New Or

leads remanded the case for fall
hearing and Judge Atwell heard

it Wednesday.

He dismissed the suit "without

prejudice in order that the school

board may have ample time, as
it appears to be doing, to work

out ttus problem.

W. J. Durham, NAACP attorney

representing the 19 students, in

dicated an immediate appeal
would be filed.
"It seems to me, in view of the
facts,, that the white schools are
hardly sufficient to hold the

present number of white students;
that it would be unthinkably and
unbearably wrong to require the

white students to get out so' that

the colored students could come

in. This would be the result of

integration here," Judge A t we 11
said.

New Education Commissioner

Supports School Integration

PETROL RATIONING IN BRITAIN London garage at attendant
tendant attendant Doris Dore takes coupons from a customer as gas
rationing goes into effect in England. Reports said that gaso gasoline
line gasoline sales were few and far between as most motorists were
using, fuel they had purchased before the rationing began.

WASHINGTON 22 rilPI

qiirranna fl HnfK.I. ...... IT O

amiuLC ii iri i.iiii n irw ii .i

federal school construction bill

'quickly and harmoniously."

ue also supported the Supreme

L rauiinrw1 atfainst evrrnmes

ureea states and oca rnm.

ea tnr r.pa-her

Derthick. former srhnnl

ftivvaw ail ijjf IHfll x. roi-

, -J VJ, M"V1I, VUUVB

He succeeds Dr. Samuel M-

iuw ir wnn rpsionpn rn nnnnma

tin in i tjiinf ni nt emnn r m i a

Derthick told newsmen he sup

vyy itau inupusea
President. FiconW,,... i.4.-t.

Derthick said he does not know

...... v nvwi uibuuu any at

nn r nop Tn nn.. i.

nvn BUJWl VUH-

struction bill. He said, tnis is a
"very complex question."
A dispute over an anti-segrega
tion amendment nelped to kill a
1.6 billion dollar school construc construction
tion construction bill in the House ast summer.
A controversy over the President's

financing proposals also contrib

uteo to the measure s death.
Backs Court

Derthuk said he supports the

Supreme Court's decision outlaw outlawing
ing outlawing school segregation. But he said
he is against "extremes" on the
issue.
"I am commitetd to the princi

pie that this is a country of law

and that law most be respected
and supported," he said.

I-

Derthick called for "patience,
good will, mutual respect, and
good faith from all parties con.
cerhed" in efforts to solve the.
school integration problem,
"I therefore deplore extremes."

he said. "They destroy reason and
the spirit of brotherhood the j
agents upon which we must de-'

at. pend to help solve the problems I

of integration with dignity to each

person and the nation."

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PARIS, Dec. 22 (UP) -Guy

Mollet is going to be Premier of

France longer than any other
man since World War II.
That was the verdict of most
Informed sources here today
after the bespectacled Socialist

rode easily through another con

fldence vote this one informal
in the National Assembly Thurs

day.

The vote, 325-210, came on his
foreign policy and thoroughly
vindicated from a political

view rus Suez canal invasion

Monet now nas just over a

month to go before he cele celebrates
brates celebrates his first year In office as

Premier of France.
Only one other man has cele

brated that anniversary since

the war.

That was the current long-

lne cnampion or France's 22
post-war premiers, smalltime

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Helta us set a new record
this Sunday. Our GOAL
is 200. Don't fall ua!
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
We invite vou to worship
with us on this Christ Christmas
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safe is: "The Spirit of
Christmas Through thr
, Spirit ol Christ.'
70UTH FELLOWSHIP 6:00
Youth meeting in two
groups invite other youth
to this active fellowship.
CHRISTMAS
CANTATA 7:00
The Choir will sing theii
Christmas Cantata to tonight.
night. tonight. Come, worship
thru music.
WELCOME TO WORSHIP

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In observance of the feast of
the Nativity, a choral eucharist
will be celebrated at St. Peter's
church in La Boca Christmas
eve night at 11:30.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden, will
substitute for the Rev. John
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Mrs. Thomas Jorstad of Mcincca, P

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parishioners who eannot attend
the midnight celebration,- a

Minnesota.
Miss Kariger, a graduate ot the
Chris tobal High School is a senior
at North West Missouri Stste Col College
lege College at Maryville, Missouri, where
she is majoring in both Business
and Physical Education. She is a
member of,Alpha Sigma Alpha,
National Sorority for Women.
Mr. Jorstad is presently employ employed
ed employed as Planner Estimator for the

Industrial Manager, 15th Naval
District.
An August wedding in the Canal
Zone is planned.

Former Zenian
Visiting Lerchens
Mr.and Mrs. Frank Lerchen of
Anton will have a full house for
the holidays when their son Frank
arrives by plane tonight bringing
with him a .classmate from Cor Cornell,
nell, Cornell, Miss Lois Licht.

Miss Lucy Ann Driscoll, their
niece has already arrived from

Auburn, Alabama, to spend

Christmas. She is the daughter ot

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Driscoll
formerly of Gamboa, now living
in Venezuela.

MISS NANCY LEE KARIGER Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy Lee to Mr.
Bremer Jorstad of Margarita. An August wedding is planned.

GOVERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER WILL GIVE
CHRISTMAS PARTY AT BALBOA HEIGHTS TONIGHT
Invitations have been issued to a Christmas party, which
will be given by Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter at the
gubernatorial mansion at 9 o'clock tonight.
Miss Jo Ann Potter, who returned home Thursday morn morning
ing morning to spend Christmas with her family will assist her pa parents
rents parents and sister Susan In greeting the guests.

Mrs. And Mrs, Shuey
Back For Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Shuey
former residents of the Canal Zone
arrived for a 10-day visit with
their son and daughter in-law, Mr,
and Mrs. Roy Shuey of Gamboa.
The Shuerys now reside in Day-1
tona Beach, Fla., where Mr. Shuey
is a tax auditqr for the State, of
Florida. They will be here until
Dec. 31.
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Kariger-Jorstad

Engagement

David Mellhtnny
Mom For Christmas

Davis W. Mcllhenny, a fifth yea ; Announced

Student at Rice msatute in nous
ton, arrived by plane early this
morning to spend the Christmas

5 Deod, 20 Injured
By Flailing Cable j
LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany,
Bee. 22 (UP) A flailing steel ca

ble sliced into a train here today,
killing 5 and injuring 20 meno n

their way to work.

Officials of the Badische-Anilm

and Skoda Fabrik plant, which

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger of Los

Rios, C. Z. announce the engage-

holiday with his parents, Mr. and ment of their daughter Nancy Lee
Vn T V Mrllhonnv nf ninhln to Mr Bremer Jorsfarl of Marca-

Heights. .. .IJt rita, C. Z., son of thVlite Mr, and

communion service will be said
9 a.m. Christmas Day by Father
Spear.
Inasmuch as next Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday are feast
days, a celebration will be held
9 each morning by Father
Spear,
Rev. Moore to Officiate
Ordained a full-fledged priest
in the Cathedral of St, Luke this
morning, the Rev. Herbert L.
Moore will deliver the sermon
for the choral Communion at
St. Peter's at 10:30 tomorrow
morning and assist in the cele celebration.
bration. celebration. Rev. Moore hails from the par parish
ish parish of St. Peter's but was assign assigned
ed assigned to work in Bocas del Toro
after he was ordained to the
diaconate. He will return to the
province Monday morning.

tommy Police Chief

Says West Planning

Putsch In Germany

BERLIN, Dec. 22 (UP)-Secret
Police Chief Ernst Wollweher

warned East Germans today that
western "enemies" and home

grown "Fascists" are plotting a
"putsch" to overthrow East Ger

many's communist government.
"Agents wpt'p arrpstnf) ronontlv

and the overwhelming majority of

tnem were tormer Fascists.

Wollweber charged in the Communist-
Party newspaper Neues

Deutschland.
"We now must watch out to see
where new Fascist groups are be being
ing being built in order to crush them in

time."

He accused the West of wishing
to overthrow the East German

government and said some stu students
dents students and intellectuals were try trying
ing trying to split the Communist party
with talk of "Stalinism."

The number of such persons is

AT FT. GULICK OFFICERS' CLUB Canal pilots and their wives gather around Lueho Azcarraea and his mnMn. tv.
annual pilots' buffet-dance, which was held at Ft. Gulick Officers' Club this week In iitorSltoSS'iSL
ingeft to right, are Capt. F. V. Kerley, Mrs. Kerley, Capt. R. H. Taylor, Mrs. TaylprTcapt H fTKgmSe and X. n

Russia Gives Order
Of Lenin To Ousted
Polish Minister
LONDON, Dec. 22 (UP)-Russia
has awarded the Order of Lenit
to Marshal Konstantin Rokossov Rokossov-sky,
sky, Rokossov-sky, recently oed as Polish
Minister of Defense, Moscow Ra Radio
dio Radio announced today.

The broadcast said the decorar

employed the men, said the loco-sjnall, he said, ''but the echo, of

their propaganda Is relatively
great because they have the, sop-

port of Western newspapers and

radio stations.

Wollweber said" these "Fascist

action groups" had, tried to under

mine the government with slogans

ot democracy and tree speech.

motive struck a cable 'supporting
a large, steel construction crane.
The heavy cable whipped into the

air and slashed into the fifth car

at window height

The crane toppled across the

traek but missed the train.

No-Motive Killer
Shoots 2 Living
In Boardinghouse
MORTON, Miss., Dec. 22 (UP)-

A berserk Negro burst into

boarding house and shotgunned
two terrified persons to death yes yesterday
terday yesterday before turning the .20 gauge
weapon on himself.
Scott County Sheriff Bruce Rush Rushing
ing Rushing reported today a coroner's
jury returned a verdict of double

tlon was bestowed on the. occasion .murder and suicide after the

of Rokossovsky s 60th birthday, Diooay incident which happened

"and in recognition of his services
to the Soviet Army and the Soviet
state."

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Night Marshal Wilbur Weems
said the apparently crazed Negro,
Eddie M. (Sweet) Lindsay, 25,

Rokossovsky, a wartime Soviet oiasiea aown naxnerine scott,
Army hero, was appointed mar-l about 24 and fatally wounded
shal after he left the Polish gov- John Fowler, about 20, both Ne Ne-ernment
ernment Ne-ernment v groes.
The award was announced in a .fowler, critically wounded I in
decree by the Presidium of Rus-i 'head and body, died shortly

sia's Supreme Soviet, Radio Mos- -?"y

Negro Perfect Givens, owner of

the boarding house south of here,

told officers Lindsey charged Into

moist Uimes as he sat on the floor fead
turned to power in Warsaw fol a mic h(W4k H tha t'

cow said.

Rokossovsky was removed as

Polish defense minister after

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Cowles Magazines
Acquires Title

To 'Colliers1

NEW YORK. Dec. 22 (UP)

Cowles Magazines, Inc., has ac acquired
quired acquired the title of Collier's Mag Magazine
azine Magazine and its subscription service
for $1.6 million.

The transaction was announced

Thursday by Paul C. Smith, presi

dent and board chairman of the

Crowell C61her Publishing Co..

which suspended publication ot
Collier's and The Woman's Home
Companion last week Friday.
The sale included the Crowell Crowell-Collier
Collier Crowell-Collier Readers Service, a nation nationwide
wide nationwide subscription selling organiza organization.
tion. organization. About 2,500 Crowell-Collier s
subscription employes will lie

transferred to the Cowles organi-

Smith said that the Cowles firm.

publishers of Look Magazine, will

assume full responsibility for ex existing
isting existing subscription fulfillment for
Collier's. The final' copies of Col Collier's
lier's Collier's aid the. Companion went on

sale Thursdays No arrangements

have been made for the subscrip subscription
tion subscription list "and title to the Compan Companion.
ion. Companion.
In a separate transaction, Smith

said Cowles has made a $1 million
loan to Crowell-Collier in return

for a mortgage on its Springfield
O., printing plant.
Foreign Ministry
PosrT0Kishi
TOKYO, Dec, 22 (UP)--New Ja Japanese
panese Japanese Prime Minister Tanzan Ish Ish-abishi
abishi Ish-abishi offered tlje post of foreign
minister today to Nobosuke Kishi,
who was his chief rival for the
premiership.

lunaDasm, 72-year-old finance
expert, defeated Kishi by only 7
votes for the rjresidencv nf the

ruling Dem icratic-Liberal party.

mat tea to nis election as prime

minister Tiiursday by Parliament.

Kishi, 62, was considered "too

young for the premiership in

Japanese political circles.
College Fraternity
Charges Cirl, 15
With Immorality

CINCINNATI, Dec. 22 (UP) -Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity's local

chapter, under indefinite suspen suspension,
sion, suspension, closed its doors today while

the university of Cincinnati stu

dies morals charges against mem

bers brought by a 15-year-old girl.
A faculty committee investigat

ing the morals charges against 35

students at the University Thurs Thursday
day Thursday recommended the suspension

of the fraternity from all campus
activities.

ing a comic book. He then turned
the gun on the Scott woman who

was shot in the back as she at

tempted to flee.

Witnesses said they knew of no
motive for the killings.
Weems reported that Ljndsay
placed the barrel of the weapon
under his own chin and fired. He
was found still clutching the mur murder
der murder weapon.

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Social and Otkerwtde

Mitt Jinka Irmrn
Here tnm WasMnfte
iiiu inir s Brown. a libra

rian In the National War College
at Waihlflfton, D. C, arrived by
air yesterday to ipend the holidays

wKn ner orotner ana sisver-m-ww,
Mr, and Mrs. John M. Brown of
Diablo Heights.
fUname Canal
Bum At fiuHck

The annual Buffet-Dance for all
Panama Canal Pilots and their

wives was held this week at Fort

Guhck Officers' Club. A special
type of buffet was prepared under
the direction of Gulick'i vry po

pular caterer sonny L,amoni.

Sub-Office
iMOUNT HOLLY, NJ.. Dec. M
CUP) Moat of Santa's letters
are addressed to "the NortA
Pole" or "Alaska."
One was received here yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, however, addressed "To
Santa Claus, heaven."

The success of the gala affair was
due greatly to the contribution and
attention of the Officer in Charge
Lt. Wong.'
A program of music and enter

tainment was furnished by the trio
of Lucho Azcarraga. The Pilot's
committee for the party arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were Captains Kerley, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Campbell.
Attending the dance from Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal were Captains and Mesdames
Rainier, McLean, Meehan, McGil McGil-berry,
berry, McGil-berry, Kerley, Johnson, Allan,
Bailey, Calcutt Campbell Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Deitz, Donohue, Duncan, Rise
Buccal! Qtnhrar Sihnn1hr Tav

lor Wilder, Hearn Rous ton Erix-

on, Hudgins.
The guests from Balboa were
Captains and Mesdames Cronin,
Barrett, Harrington, Hart, John
stone, Longmore, Peterson, Smith,
Schwartzman, Spinney Tortenson

Weade, Wentworth, Whitehead.
Dinner Party
Planned Per
Visiters
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown of Bal-

W. Germans Okay
Saar Basin Treaty
BONN. Dec. 22 (UPV-The Wet
German Parliament today gave
final ratification to the French French-German
German French-German Saar Basin Treaty turn turning
ing turning over the rich coal and steel
area to German political control
on Jan. 1.
The treaty passed its second
and final reading in the Bundes Bundes-rat
rat Bundes-rat (Upper House). It had passed
three readings in the Lower House

and in the French National As

sembly.
The treaty provides a 3-year
period during which the economy
of the Saar Will be changed from
the French Franc to the German
Mark.
The WO-souare-mile territory
with it's 960,000 German-speaking
population has been an issue be between
tween between the two countries for gen generations.
erations. generations. The treaty restoring it
to Germany was signed in Lux Luxembourg
embourg Luxembourg Oct. 27 by the French
and German foreign ministers.

boa will entertain Sunday evening
with a buffet dinner in the Fe
Room, Tivoli Guest House in hon honor
or honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeFla DeFla-vis
vis DeFla-vis of Yorktown Heights, New
York who arrived Saturday to
spend the holiday season.

U.N. Has Strength
Because Of States
NEW YORK. Dec. 22 (VP)

Japanese Foreign Minister Mai

mom biugemitsu said today his
country's policy is to realize peace
through the United Nations.
"The U.N. has great strength
because the United States is a
powerful pillar of support," he
told 275 persons at a luncheon
sponsored jointly by the Japan
Society and the Japanese Chamber
of Commerce of New York.
"U.S. leadership is essential to
the effective functioning of the U.
N. Japan's objective is identical
with that of the United States.
Through this policy we can fully
cooperate with the other mem members
bers members of the United Nations," Shi Shi-gemltsu
gemltsu Shi-gemltsu said.

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JANE'S confusion began as soon
as her baby sister got home
from the hospital.
For this highly publicized crea
ture was impressively not much.
She had no hair. Undressed she

was too red. Her clothes were al al-wavi
wavi al-wavi havins to be washed She

couldn't even wave her legs with

conviction. Yet Mommy, that Be Being
ing Being of Infinite Wisdom, found this
disappointing addition to the fami family
ly family fascinating.,

Jane struggled with this enigma
for weeks. Then one day at lunch lunch-time,
time, lunch-time, she solved it.
She'd iust eot Mommv to sina the

Brown Rabbit song in exchange
for finishing her applesauce. For

live minutes, life recovered its
former sanity. Then it collapsed
again. For just as the song reach reached
ed reached the part about the daisy, babv
sister wailed. Mommy stopped
sincine. Without a word shp tnnir

herself away from Jane and ran

upsiairs.

ALONE in the kitchen Jan fK

these thmes: "I rannnt hi.m.

Mommy for preferring this red
sister to me. Mommy always
knows what she's doing. She is

good, never bad. But I can be bad.
It must be that at some time I
have done something very bad I
can't remember and Mommy
does."

With this conviction of mysteri

ous sin, jane got scared. She be
San to bee Mnmmv tnr lhcnliit.inn

Unfortunately she begged for it,

wuiub, uui wiin over-a-

manding behavior Mommy could
not translate.
As a new brother or sister, we
are very apt to convict ourselves
of unidentified sin to explain re reduced
duced reduced attention.
Our readiness to accept irration irrational
al irrational guilt is not odd.
As babies ourselves we've

grown, up in a place where our in

nocent impulses are always turn turning
ing turning out to be wrong, even things
as simple as picking up a discard discarded
ed discarded candy wrapping.

AFTER a while, we're not sure

we have any innocent impulses.
When the new baby forces Mom

my to reduce her attention to us,

we begin to worry. And like Jane,

we explain her interest in the un unattractive
attractive unattractive newcomer by convict convicting
ing convicting ourselves of some shocking
"badness" we didn't know was
"bad."
The answer is help with putting
the worry into words. We want the
forgiveness of the truth. We want
to specifically know that Mommy
attends to baby sister because she
is weak, not because we are bad.
We want to be held close and
Mommy to say, "You are good.
Your goodness never, changes be because
cause because your actions come out wrong
sometimes. It's just like your bu bureau
reau bureau over there across the room.
Though we've turned out the light,
we both know it's there even if
our eyes can't see it. Though we
can't see your goodness some sometimes,
times, sometimes, we always know it's there
sure as your bureau is across this
room."

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ttier be torn in private, ratner

Brazil Cats,Too,
Dig Rock 'n Roll
SAO PAULO, Brazil, Doe. 22
(UP) The Paulista motion pic picture
ture picture theater was barred to teen teenagers
agers teenagers today after they staged a 2 2-dav
dav 2-dav riotous demonstration over aa
American "rock 'n rofl" picture.
The same film is being shown
in 8 other Sao Pauto houses where
teen-agers also have shown en

thusiasm but without resetting the
wildness displayed at the Paulista.

when their parents expect them

to be home. Kespecung weir
wishes in such matters is simple
courtesy.

Why embarrass a teen-ager n

than in front of their' dates, yon can avoid it?

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u Kltti and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Hollnaas Meeting.
J 00 Si nday School.
7 to Salvation Meeting
COUN CENTRAL
alar (apt. gad Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
lgth StrotL Phone: M-TO.
Union Churches
Rama all Protestants cooperate
asuty In
Ubertr ta non-
JM charity at all thing
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
ATUN
Rev. Bay Blakely, Pastes
Phone 5-35
1 tt Church School.
11:00 Worship Service.
0:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Kollowshlp.
c oo p.m. 41. loutn reuowtmp.
MARGARITA
The Rev. faul H. W, Olander, Pastor.
Phuoa s-141.
:S0 Bible School.
io:4S worship service and Chureh-tlnw
Tout reUovsshto.
THE PACIFIC SIOI
Eav. Oscar W. Oban. Pastor
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone J-liM-Church Office 2-3236.
t JO Church School Free bus service
Parsonaie Discussion Groun.
WatA Worship Service The Expanded
session lor nursery, mnasTganan
Primarf and Junior Denuv
Church-time Nuraery foe children
under a
t:M Junior-High Fellowship,
.00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship.
GAMBOA
Bar. Walker M. Aldertoa, Minister
Off.: 0-470 Res : -130
Sunday Services:
J JO a m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and weak-day acti activities
vities activities as announced.
Methodist
Taj Ml imiOlnl CHURCM
(British Conference i
Be. WUUam H. Armstrong
lath St.. Panama City
I JO am. Mot rung Prayer and Sermon
1.01) p m. Sunday School
7:15 am Ever1'U Prae and Sermon
fKlNITY 8IICTMOOnl CHtlKCH
ith Street end Melendes Avenue.
Colon BP
Be. Samue; Walden. Minister
:3u a m. -Morning Service, end Holy
Coram union
3 p ip Sunday School
T:U pm Evening aarfiee-
tHals Cnmmuinor 1st Sundays)
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Sunday Service I l a and s:l P
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Christian Scientist
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MO Ancao Boulevard
Sunday U;00, Wednesday I
Sunday School JO a iVt
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Sunday 11:M a.m. Wtdnaaday M p.m.
Catholic
81. MARY'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 0:00. 10:00 and
"rtolyDgy Masses: 5 51, 1.00. ll aja
and 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday, IJO to J:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 pm. ThuiKJay. before
First Friday: 7:00 to :0O pja.
Miraculous Maaai nowu.
"clffi cls. after the 1:00 mas mason
on mason Sunday. t
High ScnoM fiuoj urn V "-Wednesday.
Wednesday. "-Wednesday. SACRED HEAET Ancoa
. 3TZ. a u no JL 8 .10 a.m.
Holy Day masses: 5:56 a.m. anJ 0:60
"'Confessions: Saturday S:80 to k:00 and
7:15 to 8.00 p.m. Thursday before First
avltnw 1 -00 nm
Sacred Heart Devotional 1M p m. or
Catechism Class: S:U to : p m. on
Thursday.
Otn LADT OF FATIMA Cumnda
Sunday Mais at 8 00 a m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: 0:00 to 6:45 pm on Sat-
U Catechism CUusf! Saturday 8:10 to 10
ST. JOSEPH-Paralse
Sunday Masasa at 7:00 and 1:11 a ro roll
ll roll oly Day Mam at COD p.m.
Weekday Masses: . :00 am.
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 4:30 and
a. OA tn 7 "SO
Catechism Claast Sunday ItOO to 4SM
p,m
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:00 p.m
Convert butructionai Thursday 7:00
pre.
ST. rTOOrjrin-iMnul City
Sunday Masses: :00 and :S0 ijb,
Holv fiav Masses: 1:30 and 5:00 p.r
(It it falls on Satutday the Masses are
MB. and I JO a.m.) 21
Confessions: Bgturdsy J:p8 to OOjjnd
7:0 to :00 p.m. Triuradays before First
?y 7jaiTJftk. eamai.
8Cvert CUasi t JO p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S-CocoB
Sunday Mam: S:30 a.m.
STbsYHia: 4:00 sm. (It tt falls
on Saturday : am.) ....
Catechism Class: a;av w .,w p i
Monday. . aL-ai.
Coniessionsi s:w io i. .".
ST. JOHN BAPTIST T)K LA SALLE
Parsjaa tefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8 JO ajrn.
Week Days Mass: 0:30 Mon.. Tfeura.,
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mam: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4:00 a.m. to S:D0
p.m.
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
g:00 p.m, on .Saturday. ,.. mm
Miraculous meoai novanai v
m-. m m m mi Slltlitl.
41. rHKRESrS-La Boes
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mais: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam: :S0 P
Confemlons: SaturdaylJO te T3 PJ
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
W Clam: 3:15 p.m on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Nov ens: 7:00 p-m. on
(Start Clam: : P. Ihuraday
ATLANTIC 8IDF.
ST. JOSEPH'S-Colea
Sunday Masses: S:45. 8:00 and M aja
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 1:00 am.
' ConfeariSS:; Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7 '00 to 8:00 p.m. i
Miraculous Medal' Noven: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:oo p.m.
w.rt Novana: Friday 7:11 am
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 P:
rnnvart CTsss: 7:15 pm on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:18 a.m. to
ll'Oa am. i.w pm io viv t"" t""-L
L t""-L avM.p.nritlon of Most Bless
.a a.n.nenl all dav. Reposition at I JO
- ahml.v mnmlne.
.III. V.MJ
First Saturaay uevono
of Fa tlm The HOiy nosary a.uu
m rmnnnlnn Instructions fox chit-
a.. Hnadava and Thursdays 4:90 to
7:00 pm.
MIBACtTLOUS MEDAI-CtlstObal
.."a.. 1 no. 8:00 and 10:30 a m
h1v flav Masses: 6:00. :00 a m and
c.ia an
'Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. Anar nosary eacn v-
"'Sflraculous Medal Novenai 3:11 and
7 no n m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day durl
the School Year,
first Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:90, s:w, ii:j am
first Saturday Mass: 6:00 a.m
Weekday Masses: s:ow a.m.
Saturday ... 7:00 p.m. to ,:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Maases: 7:30 a.m.
Confession ... 3:45 p.m. to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st IVlday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
7:00 p.m
8:15 pm
4:45 p m
7:00 p m
7 JO pm.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m
ST VINCENTS- Ralnhnw CHy
Sunday Masses: 6:30 am. and 8:40
a.m.
Holy. Day Masses: g:w a.m. and ateo
"confessions: 4 00 te 6:00 and 7ioo to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 s m. on Sunday.
Convert Class every Monday at 7 00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 00 pjn
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. an
Friday
IMMACULATE I ONCFPTION Gatan
Sunday Mass: 8,15 a.m.

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OUR LAO I Of GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mtaian: 7:00 and l:M a.m.
Holy Day Uaam: 0:00 a.m and 1:00
pjn
contaasiona Saturday at 7.00 a.m. and
alter all evening devotions.
Baptism by appolatatant
Mlrasuloua Medal Novana: 1:00 p.m
on Tteaday.
Sacred Heart Nevana: 1.MI p.m en
Friday.
Sunday School: 1:30 pm. pn Sunday
Religious Instruction class for Chil
dren: 4:uu p.m on Thursday.
Ballalous Instruction tnr '.tntta tTnn-
ducted In Spanish): 7:00 ore on Won-
nnvart Instructions b aBpointnant,
Episcopal
The Bl. Rev A Hebe Geedea. S T D.
The Vary Bey. Main art J. Petersen,
S.T.B., Dean
ANION. CA
TH. CATHEDRAL Of ST.
SUNDAYS
LUKE
1 :30 a.m
8 30 am
holy Communion.
Santa Communion (4th Bun-
day).
9:30 am. Church School.
(:tt jm. Eseuela Dominical.
11 .00 a m. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Holy Communion. (First Bun Bun-day).
day). Bun-day). 7:00 p iw. Evening Prayer and- Sermon
WXDNESDAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
7 :0O p ra. Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Hoiy Communion.
8:30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:i5 a m. Morning Prayer.
12.00 Ml.,-day Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH Of OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street New Cristobal
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew,
Mart la Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 8:30 a jn
Church School 8:30 am
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion
8:30 am
cnoir Rehearsal
-' Mmiiummi ......,.. I .ou p.m.
nouae u rrayer ror au people.
COCOU
Church ..t St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
SUNDAYS S C
family Prayer and Church
:) a m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon U
ajn
in.c. iirst sunaay in Month!
Evening Prayer 7.30 p.m
Weekday Prayer 8:00 a.m
COROEAL
Chapal of The Good Shepherd
ae nev. Clarence
FRIDAYS J
wiaaataaaaa
I'fln' a m. Mnrnlftar: SH.vat
tn.L. jrrsi an nay eacn monmr.
V1AMBOA
St. Simon's Chm.h
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7:00 e.m
Church School 3:00 p.m.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 8:00 p.m.
Evens one and Sermon 7:00. run.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 0:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7:30 a.m
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 0:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 8:30 a.m.
Of flee of Compline 1:00 p.m.
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer and Church
School :00 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 a m
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
' PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Vea. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
Holy Baptism 11:00 noen
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m
lrrf VflMnAYS
Women's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion s:v ajn
MARGARITA
Charch of St. Margaret
Espavt and Bratos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K Renew,
Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
a. as am rhiirrh School
6:00 p m'. Vespers snd Young People
Fellowship.
n nn am Momma rraver
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com
munion.
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy communion.
PARAMO
St. Aiken's Chorch
Tkt Rev. David A. Oshorne.
Priest in Charge
The Rev. Allan R. Weatt. Assistant
8:00 sua. Choral Eucharist A Sarmor
8:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 vm. Church School
(held in Building 131 1
S M nm. Youth F
'eUowshlp
1 rai .,m Tvartsone
snd Address.
ath WTCnVESOAYS
7:30 Bin. woman s nuxiuery ami
tar Guild Meeting
Panama crrr
St. Peal's Charch
The fen Lemuel B. Shirley, B Betes
The Rev fits R. Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAY:,
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9 on a.m. Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 s at Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 norr Holy Baptism
7:00 n.m Solemn vespers
TUESDAYS
8:30 sm Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 i m Holy Communion
7 (HI p.m. Evening Praver
THURSDAYS ANT) FRIDAYS
8 JO t m Holy Communion
HOW DAYS
4 JO a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THE-SRA
Episcopal
Colon. R P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. Jeans Peter Parmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. make.
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9 00 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 s.m. Church School
7:30 pm Solemn Evensong snd Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. taiyasnruva
6:00 em. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.

JO pm. Adult Confirmation
THURSDAYS

3.40 p.m. Evening Prayer and Medita
tion.
FRIDAY
0 00 a m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
1040 am. Junior Confirmation Class.
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
RAINBOW CITI
Chans of St. Mary, the Virgin
, The Rev. John A. Spalding.
Priest in Chars e
SUNDAY
Sung Eucharist 7 JO a m.
Chur :r, School 0:46 am
Evens' mi and Sermon .... 7:30 pm
THURSDAY a
Holy Communion. 7 JO a.m
RIO ABAJO
St Christopher's Church
10th Street. Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest la Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweU,
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6.00 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
School.
1240 noon Holy Baptism.
6 30 p m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd, Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30 p.m. Junior Daughters of the
King.
7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions.
THURSDAYS
4:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly society.
8:00 p.m. 1st snd 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
0:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE N A A RENE
An con. CZ.
Minister: Bev. Elmer O. Nelson
Sox 48, Anion, CZ. Balboa 3902
Sunday School 9 :45 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Youth Service 4:45 p.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
N.F.M.S. Service 7 JO p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7 JO p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brown. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship
30 a.m
8:00 p.m
sunaay scnooi ..
Sunday Masses ..
HIV Ataajt. (LP.
7, 7:45 11:45
Sunday school at
l:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays, st 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
80S Bftlbve
noao, naiooa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Of LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Chapel
on Ralhnu Road.
player ballot. This year, his filth
Sunday School iv.w a.m.
Sacrament Meeting 6:vU p.m.
Primary: Monday 3:30 p.m.
Roller Society; Tuesdsy... 8:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road Gatun,
Canal zone
Sunday School, Sunday .. 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 4:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday 4:30 p.m.
Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2887.
CURUNPU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"n warm neaneo vmurcn
Milton K, Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 9:30 am.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship
Eeveninc Worship '.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.)
A
hurch nursey is provided for your
use.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Si Raphael The Archangel
1Mb St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 1:30 a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
(JO am.
Sacrament ot Dnctton (Healme her.
rice) First Sunday of each month at
7:30 om.
Mount BaUbet Christian Church
Panama R P
Rt Be. T. ja-nee. D. a Bishop
officiating.
Morntna devotln : a.m
Fellowship Worship at 11 JO am.
Sunday School at 3:00 p.m.
Divine service or i av pan.
BAHA'l CENTER
BAHAl'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanhtaclon El Carmen, Panama City,
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays S:00 om.
Colon, MA front Streets
(upstairs American Basaar)
Study Classes Thursdays, J JO p.m
MISSION CsTURCH
Espalaba St., Psralso, CZ.
Rev Waldaha H. Stewert, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 em. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:16 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OP GOD
fOtt Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Giandlson, Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sis.
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. G. W. Grandtson Pastor
Morning Worship 9:00 am.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pm.
THE CHURCH Of GOD
New Providence
Mrs. Maada Hides. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pm.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Panama City
"N" and Mariano Arosemene Sis.
Car.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School
9.30 a.m.
Morning Worship
Night Service ....
10:30 am.
7 JO p.m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rle Abeja
Monte Oacuro Rd 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 a m
Morning worsrup au:.w a.m.
Night Service 7:30. p.m
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson. Overseer
Phone 4-428, Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Para (so, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Colon. R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abalo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mr. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday snd weekdays services et all
churches.
COMMUNITY CHURCH
DlsMo Heights, CZ.
(Fun Gospel)
Rev
r..l V ThAMMMH UmlcfM
Box 275, Gamboa, CZ.
Phone 6-217
Special Engineers Bldg, Diablo Heights
aunnay scnooi :a am.
Worship Service 10:45 am.
Youth Sapvtne ...i 7 JO pm.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
Wed. Bible Study A Prayer 7 JO p.m.

Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant-
FORT AMADOU
Sunday School t:0C
Morning Worship 1000
Church-Time Nursery School 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No,
134) I no

Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Clam 4:30
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass 6:15
Saturday Mass 8:00
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions-Saturday .... 6:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour 6:30 on.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
:3fl
9:30
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship
.9:30 A 10:45
4:30
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship lino
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ..'
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
8:00
FORT AMADOR I
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses !..8:30 A
Confessions. Saturday ...4:30 A
Sunday gjo A
6:30
9:00
7:30
9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam
6:45
9:00
8:00
10:30
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday ...7:30 A
Sunday Mass
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Msgs
Sunday Masses 7:00 A
Spanish
8:00
9:00
8.0(1
6:80
6:30
COROZAL
Dany Mass
No. 711) 7:00 A
Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Spanish .' 7:W
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:00
Confessions-Saturday 7:00
VS. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Dally Mass 4:00
Sunday Mass 8:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday 2:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 3:30
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday 7 JO
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
9:15
11:00
7:30
Morning Worship
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
9:45
11:00
6:00
xoutn fellowship. Sunday
U.S. NAVAL STATION) Coco Solo
Sunday School
Momlns Worahln J JF
Holy Communion
of Month)
First
Catholic
Sunday Mars
Confessions, Sunday
:30
8:45
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
7:43
8:45
7:00
6:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION rv, .ci-
Daily Mass 7 00
Sunday Mass '.''..' 0 nn
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass 73
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday e;ij
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly
follows
Services in ah Churches ss
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's" Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7:30 pni.
Pacific Side Panama It Balboa nutrii-i
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 28:3 3506
r.k. Vuj. a..m. t m 1 n ...
w ww, nv 1. uf ta ussa no.
17.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St.
and 4th Sis
between 3rd
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 37
Balboa Chanel 0844 GavilAn Rd. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only).
Spanish Churches Panamt and
( ristobola District
Pastor Ruben Ruli
Panama, Calle Dsrlen No.
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar
3
Ave.
Bamboa & Frijoles.
District Pastor A. A. Gristle
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praitl Parkway
Frijole
Atlantic Side Colon and
Cristobal District
Pastor Neblett-Tej. 38:826
colon ;tro st. st central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 16th & Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavllan Road TeL 2-
1859.
Jewish
Jewlsn Welfare Board Bid 792-X La
Boca Roa-I Balboa. CZ. Rtbbt Nathan
Witkin Director.
Servic Friday. 7:30 o m Saturday.
5 :30 p m
(See listings ot Jewish services
uncer Poi Bases snd Stations).
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave Ave-nlda
nlda Ave-nlda C'lht end 36th Street, Bells Vista,
Piraml Cltv Services 8:00 n m
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gasslck, Pastor
P O. Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible class -9:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a m.
"Divine Service at Margarita (In St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
4:00 o m
NO FLAG
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (UP) (UP)-Mayor
Mayor (UP)-Mayor William G. Lachenauer,
leading city 'council memberi in
the weekly meeting routine of sa saluting
luting saluting the American flag, was half halfway
way halfway through the ceremony before
it was noticed there was no flag
in th chamber. It had been re removed
moved removed during reuovatiOBS to the
council chamber. I

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Sunday

CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa Claus talks to a little girl at a Christinas Party given for ths
children of Pacific side U.S. Naval personnel at Rodman yesterday. Capt. W. B. Tucker, com
manding officer of Rodman, told the children an entertaining story of how Santa Claus came"
to the Canal Zone. (Official USN Photo)

PTT5

French R
Outdoes

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) -Fifty mil million
lion million French men are rocking anJ
rolling ind the conclusion is ines ines-capabie.
capabie. ines-capabie. l'he man who started the whole
messy business in r ranee nas no
escaped to- America, where he is
making records tor Coiumuia ani
entertaining the patrons at the
Waldorf-Astoria His name is Hen Henri
ri Henri Salvador.
He made the first rock and roll
record in France. They call it
"rock and roll," but as a conces-
sion to American reporters who
insist that there must be a trans-

lation, he admits thai some call Salvador's face took on a pam pam-it
it pam-it "balancer et rouler." ed look. "This Presley," he says.

The first record is a four num
ber. EP, and you might like to
know that one is called "Dis-Mci
Qu'tu. M'aimes Rock," whici
means "Tell Me That You Love
Me Rock" and another is "Va T'
V,UMS: J II VJyui, man
iai is a Frorui ..expfession,'
Henri, 'whfclsmean8 literal-
Fry an E&g, Man' It is
you say new, -uet yourseit
l00S'
The liner notes on the back of
the jacket start out in these words:
"Rock et roll invent par O.
Rock et Jean Roll en 1827."
This gives you a rough idea
that Salvador and his associates
started the whole project as a
lark. Henri even used a pseudo pseudonym
nym pseudonym "Henry Cording" and the
orchestra leader, Michel Legrand,
used no name at all. (Legrand,
incidentally, is known here exclu
sively as a sweet-music type, but
he really swings in Pans.
But the French record buying
public took it seriously. The rec
ord became a top seller. Salvador,
and Legrand, on later editions,!
proudly use their real names. To.)
French singers, even including
Chevalier, began singing the stuff

le

although Chevalier "sings it slow.ldhe Mcliuire Sisters. Coral):

because he says he's old."
The sirangest part of the whole'
business is that Salvador record
ed his big balancer et router rec record
ord record without ever hearing the
genuine American article first.
Yet he sings up a storm, sounding
like early Louis Armstrong or late
Little Richard.
And, when he arrived in New
York, the first thing he did was

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El
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T, C. Jones
rush out and buy an Elvis Pres-
ley record, to see what real Amer
ican rock and roll sounded 11k
i "He is a sweet ballad singer.
. Now to records is the great fe-
mate impersonator, T. C. Jones,
whose first waxmgs, out on Coral,
are "Champagne Cocktail" and
, "Sunless Sunday. The former, a
ijuu ui uuiiii-a.m-.ua. viat u'a.vg,
.is very funny.
" Jones and a friend matte the
recortt originally, then sold aie
raasier to corai.
I "When they released it," he says,
I didn't recognize it. They'd doll
ed it up added all kinds of sound
effects. And a celeste and an echo'
somehow. It's like taking a dia-
mond and putting it in a setting!
the same basic product, but the
setting makes such a difference."
Another newcomer on records is
Julia, of the sensational Darvas
and Julia dance team. She turn turned
ed turned songstress in London and made
a smash hit.
Her first records are now avail
able here on His Master's Voice,
an RCA label
- i Wonder what ever became of
Darvas?
DICK'S PICKS: The ladies lead
the way on this week's best:
BreaK it to Me Gently" (Felicia
1 Sanders, Mercury); "Mommy"
"Love Sick" (Peggy King, Colum-
bia); "A Girl and A Boy" (Mar-
guerite Piazza, ABC-Paramount):
"In Hamburg" (The King Sisters,
Capitol); "A New-Fangled Tango"
(Dinah Shore, (RCA); "Tra La
La" (Georgia Gibbs, Mercury)
The males come in with: "Jub:
lation T. Cornpone" (Mitch Miller,
Columbia); "Whoop Doodly Baby'
(The Rover Boys, ABC Para.

I Salvador J

$12 Million Estate
Left By Sportsman
William Woodward

NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP) -Sportsman
William Woodward Jr.,
fatally shot by his wife last year
in the belief he was a prowler,
left a gross estate of $12,676,877.
I it was revealed in surrogate's
$ court.
A report by his executors indi indicated
cated indicated that after the estate was
settted and the taxes paid it
would amount to about 4 million.
wooowaro leit nis estate to nia
widow, Ann, and tvo sons, Wil
liam Woodward 3rd, 12, and James
T., 8. Each will be' beneficiaries
of trust funds of about $1,300,000.
Mrs. Woodward's trust will go to
their children at her death.
Part of the estate was $1,251,200
in proceeds from the sale of
Woodward's famous rarfe horsei
Nashua. A deal also is on tap to
sell his Belair stud farm in Mary-
iana lor i,i87,soo.
Show-Off Loses
$30,000 Sock
To NY Thieves
N. Y. Dec. 22 (UP) When you
walk around wuh $30,000 in a pa paper
per paper bag and flash $1,000 bills in
a gin mill you're asking for it.
Jaimie Bermudez, 40, said h
was on his way to buy a grocerv
yesterday, with the $30,000 in cash
clutched in a grocer's best friend
a Paper bag
ite sionoeii in a saloon for a
nnnir nnn coin no tiotnaa a n m
v ..... h..u -' . 11 v 111.11 v 11 a I.UU-
pie of $1,000 bills to show that as
butter and egg men go, he wis
loaded.
He hoisted one of them and then
started to close his grocery deal.
But before he had gone very far,
two men wayteid him and in s
scuffle grabbed the sack and raft.
from the sale of another grocery
he had previously owned in th
Bronx, he told detectives. He alio)
said he owned real estate in Puer
to Rico.
Reisman, RCA).
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in. .vav,, nj u wu 111 ,,
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two new Decca releases; Bernard
Shaw's "St. Joan," given a trium triumphant
phant triumphant revival at New YorK's i-hos-nir
Theatre, is now available on
by Siobhan McKenna.
Four excellent classical releas releases,
es, releases, featuring lop violinists Mich Michael
ael Michael Rabin, on Angel, plays Tchai
kovsky's Violin Concerto; Heifetz,
on RCA, with Munch and the Bos
om oympnony, mays neetnoven
Violin Concerto; Berl Senofsky, on
Plnio until Mnralt unH fh Vionnn
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DECEMBER 22, 156

Dinner Bell

Answer Jo Previous Puzile

ACtOSS
5 Stuffmi
seasoning
9 Lemon
meringue-
1? Stereo image
13 Ancient Syria
14 High not of
GuiBo'aatale
15 Submarine I
17 Seine .
IS Mr. CUui
l Futile
11 Dash
23 Quest eater
24 Table scrap
n? Augment ?
29 Angers
32 Pompous
' show
14 Printing
mistakes
31 Opposed
J7 0f the mail
38 Period of
abstention
3f Main .dinner
- course
41 Superlative
minx
42 Spanish hero
44 Narrow
otiesung
4C Holds togethe

41 Flowers
51 Exist
54 Exaggerate
Distant
S7 Evergreen
tree
Poker st.ke
55 Abstrsct s
being
M Snow vehicle
1 Dregs

DOWN
1 Tears
2 Notion
'. on ;
the cob
4 Choice
5 Peuch
I About
7 Spaces
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iCrop-Burning Terrorists Spreading

Fright by Bombs, Too; Peron Scored

28 Petal part

10 Trench islands 30 Greek letters

11 Dines

II Dinner
cotirse
30 Dens
22 Revoke
24 Gem

23 Rant

31 Food

seasoning
33 Musician,
Shaw
35 Turning parts
40 Hebrew

ascetic

36 Meat platters 43 Falls

45 Sum
46 Eating place
47 Algerian city
48 irked
10 Mentally
i sound
SI Feminine
suffix
32 Observes
S3 Beet color

Order Of Amnesty
Frees KKK Dragon

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 22 (UP) (UP)-D.C.
D.C. (UP)-D.C. Stephenson, former grand
Hnonn of the Ku Khii Klan. todav

BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 21 (UP) strikes in several industries, andjwas freed from his hfe term in

Terrorists started a wave n ine nres are pan n a unn iu.u a- -
crop burnings today after explo. -Icewed by Peron with ommunist George Craig.

mi 12 bombs in Buenos Aires ani support, wun toe aim oi umereu

up w i P K P H I P t r
i s r
5 1
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La Plata durine the pas; 36 hour;

The governqjejii charged that
the terrorists were acting on or orders
ders orders from ousted dictator Juan D.
Peron with the support of Commu

nists, in an attempt tc paralyze

the country by. a general stme.
Official reports said eight crop
blazes in scattered areas of
Buenos Aires Province had de destroyed
stroyed destroyed some 1.200 bags of wheat

and burned about 2,000 teres of

wheat fields about to be harvested.

Ten bombs exploded m Buenos

Aires and two in La Plata. Sev Several
eral Several of them were placed on rail railway
way railway tracks in an obvious attempt
to disrupt communications.

One bomb, removed yesterday

from the tracks of the General

Roca trunk railroad which con

nects the capital with southern

Argentina, exploded as it was be

ina doused. It kill d a fireman and

seriously injured a policeman.

Two big industrial fires of sus

pected incendiary origin caused

damages estimated at 5 million

dollars in two plants Tuesday

night. One was the country's
largest metal working mill which

hai been strikebound sinre Nnv R

An official statement last night
said the wave of terrorism was

masterminded by Peron from his

exile in Venezuela. The bombs.

ing a revolutionary nation a lj whtccuuus r?"" r it

strike," the statement said. !"ugn uunen iu u. im im-The
The im-The government published a 'mas amnesty Zlf iJlt
letter said to hve been intercept-phenson could be released today,
ed from Peron and disclosed th.ttfhe h b tot b.

he continues to consptre against;1": m, 1 '

the revolutionary regime here. 0 Br,en saia-
from Caracas.. Veheiuela. w es was sen-

The letter was dated Oct. 30 injtenced to life imprisonment in 1925

tk murder of Miss Madge

Overholtier, a statehouse employe

who fc.cused him of rape

Caracas and addressed to Horacio
Obregon, in Asuncion, Paraguay.

It disclosed the existence of clan-

ur3i.nr; 1 ciuium iouiv aiavswaio

and that Peronists a.re trafficking! Stephenson one time ooasteu

in arms. Obregon is believed tOf' l am me iaw m
be the leader of Peronists caUed'tbe height of his power as national

in ramguay. leaaer m wc

Church Youth Slate 2 Sessions
-Panama and CZ-Tomorrow

an Protestant vouth of the partment oi Youtn worg oi vc
AUi Vt th Reoublic of National Council of Churches.
JSS'S- The youths and their leader

also made it dangerous for search
parties.

Fiv fir fiohrinff unite from

Plaquemine and Whie Castle bat battled
tled battled flames for more than seven

hours. But the blazing platform,

Incaled in a desolate snaraelv nn.

pulated area, was no threat to oth

er property.
Three small boats also were re

ported destroyed by the fire.

, -i f..Kari are invilea w

attend w sessions concerning
youth work at home and abroad.
Tomorrow from 4:30 to 6:06
p.m., meeting will be held in
the Sea Wall Methodist Church
in Panama. The following morn-
ng from :30 to 11:80. confer conference,
ence, conference, will be held in the Balboa
Union Church. These services
will be bi-Ungual.
Speakers and leaders of dis discussions
cussions discussions will be membfTs of the
United ChrJBUan Youth Move Movement
ment Movement which is the youth division
of the National Council or
Churches of Christ in tae Um
nf Anipr ca. i nese

nponle hold outstanding-

Pcei of leadership in deomi deomi-nstional.
nstional. deomi-nstional. state, and national
youth work. Some are students
in college and seminariea, some
are employed as youth directors.
They come from eight different
denominations and from a num number
ber number of states: .
They are: Mary Lou Av la
Texas; Charles H. Boy Mis Mississippi:
sissippi: Mississippi: PaufA. Crow, Alaba Alabama;
ma; Alabama; Hermine DeBoer Minne Minnesota;
sota; Minnesota; Barry E. Kern Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, Jean McCarter :CflW :CflW-'
' :CflW-' nia; Gladden Schroch. Indiana-
Sob Van Court, Ohio; ana
George A. Williams, Ohio.
Counselors of the group are:
Miss Ethel Shellenberger Asso Associate
ciate Associate Director of the National
Youth Work In the Evangelical
and Reformed Church: and the
Rev John S- Wood, Associate
Executive Director of the De

ntin arrive in Panama oh Sun

day after spending several days
In consultations at a United

Christian Youth Conference oi
the Western Hemisphere In Bar Bar-ranqullla,
ranqullla, Bar-ranqullla, Colombia. After leav leaving
ing leaving Panama on Dec. 26 they will
assist in youth conferences In
several other Central American
countries

Three Men Misstao
In Blast 01 Shell
OH Storage Tanks
PLAQUEMINE, La., Dec. 22 -(UP)-
Oil storage tanks exploded
nn d marina nlatfnrm 20 miles off

shore yesterday. Three men were

reported missing and 11 others in
t,rA thru erinililv

Authorities said 14 men Jumped

for their lives from tne aneu uu
rn marine nlat.tnrm when it went

up in flames 80 miles northwest of

New Orleans at 4 p.m.
Eleven workers were rescued
from' swamp waters near Bayoi Bayoi-Sorrel
Sorrel Bayoi-Sorrel 30 miles from here, and

taken to nearby White Castle and
Plaquemine for treatment.
Sheriff Charles Griffon said

eight rescue boats could get no
rlnspr than .101) feet to the blazinfi

platform. Crude oil spread on the

water near the Atchafaiaya ltiver
basin and burned. Griffon said fog

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SHINING REBUKE Cros ot
light In the PhUip Murray
Building in the nation's capital
biased forth an admonishment
toward the Russian embassy
across the street where a party
was held to celebrate the th
anniversary of the October
Revolution. Sign below the
cross reads: "In Reverent Mem Mem-pry
pry Mem-pry of Hungarian Workers Who
Died for Freedom."

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Ulna LfUIIUUI Igiua ia laniwua
And her vivacity. In her latest starring vehicle, the spec spectacular
tacular spectacular Trapeze," in which she shares starring honors with
Sort Lancaster and Tony Curtis, she gets ample opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to display both to fine advantage. As a trapeze artist
With temperment, the vivacity department is taken care
Of Also as a trapeze artist whose working clothes as of nec nec-dwlty
dwlty nec-dwlty become more effective as they grow scantier, the
famous Gina figure flies through the air with the greatest
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BELLEVILLE. ID., Dec. 22 (UP)

1 The Illinois Central's Cbickasaw

train ws derailed here yesterdsy

day, killing 2 passengers and in injuring
juring injuring 37, many of them on their
way to spend Christmas with relatives.

Nine cars, including a sleeper

and 2 coaches, toppled down s 15-

foot embankment when a newly

constructed road bed apparently

gave way.

The dead were Mrs. Jennie co-

veil, 70, of North Platte, Nebr.,

and Henry Hudson, 67, a Negro

farmer of Rosedale, Miss.

They died at St. Elizabeth's Hos

pital where 19 of the injured re

mained ahd 18 others were treated

and released.

Of the original 62 passengers on

the Chickasaw, 23 continued their
journey on a special train made

up here by the IC. Others motored

to destinations which were close
by or returned to their homes in

nearby St. Louis.

Servicemen Heroes
Among those aboard the special

train were 3 servicemen who
were described by eye-witnesses
as ''heroes" because they gave
aid to the injured after the cars

plunged over the embankment.
State Police blamed the derail derailment
ment derailment of the 13-car train on the
shifting of a new road bed due to

recent rains. The "run around

track," relocated because of "con "construction
struction "construction of' a new route for U.S.
Highway 40, had a speed limit for
trains of 10 miles per hour.
The Chickasaw, bound for Mem Memphis
phis Memphis and a connection for New
Orleans, was behind schedule
when it left St. Louis. The acci accident
dent accident occurred about 1:35 a.m.
The servicemen who first tended
'to the stricken were Coast Guard

Cadet William Neal. 18, of DeSoto.

IH .: Airman Clem Price Jr., 23,

of Lockbourne AFB, 0., and Don Donald
ald Donald Hartley of Caiso, 111., a Navy
officer candidate. They said the

injured were crying and moaning

bur there was no panic.

Thpv wnrkprf for more than 3

hours inside the cars, laying on
their sides on the East side of

the track. Heavy fog and drizzle
hampered rescue workers.

Three ambulance crewmen were
injured when 2 vehicles collided
while racing to the scene in the
fog.
Among passengers on the Chick Chickasaw
asaw Chickasaw was Dr. Lawrence C. Jones,
76, of Piney Woods, Miss., who
recently appeared on the televi television
sion television program "This Is Your Life."
Chain Singh Wins

Far Fan Contract
Chain Sin? made a low lumn
bid of $1,018 on the improvement
of bathhouse facilities at Far Far
Rarh for which hiris were open

ed yesterday in the Administration

Building at Balboa Heignts.
The bid included $329 which

Chain Singh offered to pay for the

purchase and removal of a section
of the old bathhouse and two stor storage
age storage sheds, and $1,427 he would
charge for the improvements on
the remaining section of the build building.
ing. building. The improvements will consist of
the installation of concrete block
masonry and a tile roof ior the
toilet rooms.

New Isthmian Salvation Army
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Leaders Arrive From Bahamas

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GRAND PRAIRIE, Tex., Dec.

22 (UP) A spumed 17-year-old
suitor shot and killed the 21-year-old
daughter of a Baptist

minister today in her nearoom at
the parsonage.
The slayer, who used a stolen

pistol; was Wesley Allen Cox of

Arlington, lex. rus vicnui was
Linda Housewrigbt, who broke off

'going steady with cex 6 weeks

ago. He said he had been des

pondent ever since.

"T went intn a hathroom and

stayed a while," Cox told detec detective
tive detective H. M. Smith. "Then I walked
into the bedroom where Linda

was. ine sat up in bed ana i snot
her. Then I turned the gun on my myself,
self, myself, but it was empty."
Tt was emntv hpcause hp shnt

5 times at Linda. He hit her 3

times in me nead and once in the
right arm. One shot missed,
though he was shooting at her
from about a foot away.

Died An Hour Later
Police found him writhing on

the floor beside the bed of the

dying girl. "Please kill me. Please

kill me," he begged. Linda died

an hour later m an operating
room at Methodist Hospital in
Dallas, Tex. Police charged Cox
with murder.

The Rev. Hnnupwriffht said ho

heard Cox at this rinor nf his mnrl-

est parsonage. He got up and let
him in. Cox went into the dining
room and sat down. The minister
went to his own room to telephone
Cox' parents to come get their
son.
While he was telephoning Cox
slipped into a bathroom and then
into Linda's bedroom. Her father
rimnned Hie tofonhnnc when h

heardt he crashing of the pistol,

Holding Gun
"I ran into the girl's bedroom.
Wesley was standing there hold holding
ing holding a sun," he said.
When police arrived, be let
them in and said, "that crazy kid
shnt mv daughter He nninteH at

Cox, stretched on the floor and

pleading to be killed.
"It looked like the top of her
head had been blown off," Detec-

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tive J. R. Oden said. "But some
how she was alive."

Oden said Cox had been giving
the Housewrights trouble about
Linda. They had asked Oden to

try to talk some sense into him

and Oden had tried.

"Wesley was bound and deter

mined he was going to win her
back," Oden said. "I told him
that was no way to do It, but
evidenUy it made no difference."
Mrs. Housewright, who, with
her husband was given sedatives
hv a doctor, said Linda had tried

to assure them there would be no

trouble.

Sh had told me everything

vis eoine to be all right. Mrs

Hmispwrieht said.

nptprt vp Smith said nouce naa

had trouble with Cox before, "Ju "Ju-vpnilp
vpnilp "Ju-vpnilp trouble, nothing serious."

But they learned today, after he

killed Linda, that he got tne .a

caliber pistol he used in tne snoot snoot-ina
ina snoot-ina hv hrpakin? into a house. He

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said he got a camera and some

jewelry besides the pistou

Dillon And Hickman
Submit Low Bid For
Paraiso Field Work

s low hid of $17,600 was enter

ed by Dillon and HicKman ior me

improvement of drainage ana xne
oniaroement, nf the Paraiso athle

tic field". Bids on the project were

opened yesterday in tne Aummis
tration Building at Balboa Heights
Rirls alsn wprp received from Isth

mian Constructors, Chain Singh,

and V. A. nigh.

The work which will be carried

nut rim-ins the next three months

is part of a long range plan for

the improvement of outdoor ainte ainte-tic
tic ainte-tic facilities in Paraiso for the stu students
dents students of the Latin American secon secondary
dary secondary schools.

It consists of the improvement
nt drains se at. th existing Parai-

n athletic field and the construc

tion of another adjacent play-o-rniinri
and athletic field which

wi he arce pnnuffn tor a sot,.

ball diamond. Eventually this area
will include another baseball dia

mond, a 440 yard track and areas

for soccer and cricket.

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Dispute Holding Up
Coal Ship Repairs

Remains Unresolved

. WASHINGTON (tP)-A Labor

Department spokesman said today
his department can do nothing to
settle a dispute involving a coal

shipping company partly owned

by John L. Lewis' United Mine
Workers Union.
Lewis is involved in the dispute

both as employer and union lead

er.

The spokesman said that neither
the Labor Denartment nor the

Federal Mediation Service can

take any steps in the dispute

wnicn is holding up repair of
government-owned ships leased by
the American Coal Shipping Co.

ueuigia state oniciais appealed
to Secretary of Labor James P.
Mitchell's office Thursdav fnr hln

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because the dispute is holding up

worn on two snips at savannah,

ua. ine snipyard has been picket picketed
ed picketed by members of AFL-CIO mari.

time unions.

A spokesman for Mitchell said
the dispute is a jurisdictional one
between unions. The Federal Me Mediation
diation Mediation Service only has authority
to intervene in disputes between
employers and unions, one offi official
cial official said.

Lewis' union t narf.

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trie COmDanv alnno uiifh

of coal producers and coal-carrying
railroads Tho

leasing 30 government owned

snips to aid the coal industry in
expanding its export trade to Eu-
rone. The shi rtO raft hoinrr

out of "mothballs" to be repaired

iim uiicraiion.

Tho ftfa.t. r. .

.0:rB, mates ana Pi ots

d "r ,c J"rine engineers
Beneficial Assn., both of the AFL-
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19M

Reaffirmed Pals
Celebrate Date ;
350 Years Later

Ikes Second Inauguration Rite To Be
Most Expensive, Colorful In History

LONDON. Dec. 22 (UP) -L.5. .J

Ambassador Wintbrop W. AldricY WASHINGTON. Dec. 22 (W) wma up w a ATLANTA, Dec. 22 (UP)-Fed-reaffirmed
Anglo-American friend- President Eisenhower's second in tUe case with the $122,000 surpiu, MtI judge Prank Hooper indicated

n wi i iu iwo. vesterdav mat Nearo Horace

s academic qualifications

count heavily in the court's

lish settlers to Jamestown, Va. in bistpry : saies are whw u- declsion s to whether he was re-
But true to administration fis-!ptt the price range of from $3.5) jectei by university of Geor-

A friendship that is "almost in- cai policy, the men planning tne w comparo w. irem gja because ot nis race.
.H..k, h M1hM to nre- ?.ia -vent intend to see that it to $15 four years ago. He sail ward's trial to break

vil tfceether throuah the ordeal wind? up in he" black.

of great wars and many other vi- Robert V. Fleming, chairman o

Negro Applicant's Academic Qualifications
Will Be Vital in Georgia University Case

- t.j. m mrkinfl. anoiirul o phralion Jan.

the 350th anniversary of the anil- be one of the most expensive as funds will go to Ward-s
ing of the first permanent Eng-;Well as one of the "most colorfui' Fleming also reported that pa- wiu
i;A i.mwn Va in histnrv ra-ie r ket sales are brisk des- decisio

down

cissitudes Aktrich said.

! the event, told reporters the 195

! celebration will be "dignified, fol

about 15,000 of the 76,000 tickets Georgia's rock tough segregation
have been sold so far with about barriers was adjourned until Jan.
a month yet to go. 3, when closing arguments will be
It also was announced that the riven. Hooner then will retire to

m i, Armv and Navv wi!l roll out some study and render his decision. 1 showed his "whole position'' that

( of their latest missiles tor tne pa- There was no maicauon now long ne was quauneaacaqemicauy wascouncj studying law school regu-

wiii laae.

"The rock of this foundation is orful and very historic"
an mill T ciirp mill ha vorv MTnensivp

AARiA..niiinf anv i.n i ifiominfl aiH thp tntsi rmtrade spectators, ne

doubt its existence or question its; probably will top the $900,0CJ y The Amy will display its Red- six
firmness." 'spent four years ago because o i ts w i cwrtyaji t0 enter lhe kw

BIJU VWt I - ...

Yet, he said, the university au- paying off Jegroes to go to col col-thorities
thorities col-thorities did not consider that re- lege In some other state,
cord In turning down Ward. The sta.e spends approximately
Defending lawyer B. D. Murphy $275,000 a year financing out-of-sajd
Georgia requires credits from j state aid to Negro applicants for
a member of the Southern Asso- college work. Such applications
ciation, not just from a school ap- are forwarded to the office of re reproved
proved reproved by It. The judge then re- gents' executive sectary L. R.
marked there v:as no evidence to siebert for processing. Ward re re-show
show re-show the state has such a law. I ceived from Sieber.. forms for out out-On
On out-On Ward's appeal to the iiniver- 0f-state aid application but he
sity after he had been first re-'turned down the offer,
jected. Hopper said, evidence Reeent Charles J. Bloch of Ma

con, who served as chairman of a

trial that he was denied admis-

wreath on a rock memorial beside sine, 1953 ." le.rri.er. !wewinaer ana spar- . h is Ne The

the lock gates connecting the East This han forced a correspondm; row missiles. J defending State Board of RegentSjcome to court only charging a vio-

iauuti ui liic mil ninciiuiiirm. $. mi. W..i V,..

He added that Ward, according u,u".'j WV 5?. Ti .i-

India docks with the Thi mes Riv- hike in tickets t

er. The memorial marks the spot
from which the ships Godspeed.
Susan Constant and Discovery

sailed for America on this day

$50 years ago-

the four bal j

The Air Force, recently giveii .;"; -i,i, oftntended

which will be held inaugurate l major responsibility for mis- he denU1 WM because he did not
night and for the seats lining the slles development, wont display bring credju from an approved
parade route. stick tc bands, Air institution A that his personal
As a result, Fleming said, the For?e Academy cadets drum ani character was such that he would

inaugural committee hopes

bugle corps and a WAF squad not haVe made an acceptable stu

ron- 1 dent.
In keeoine will, the theme of: in haaHnv sueuested findings of

th in-ugural "consent of the j fact at vesterday's session, Judge

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govrned" the committee has
clanged tne name ot the parade
seating area fov the President and
distinguished persons from "court
of honor" to "court of the spirit
of freedom."

Hooper observed that Ward's re

cord showed ne naa gruuu
with honor from two Negro insti institutions
tutions institutions on the approved list of the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools.

never lasen up i.tinns had testified no Georaia

That was because other factors, Uw university regulation pre-
tS.UCHVntW4,ld8?KUdH' hdMen" vents the admission of a Negro
tered into the deliberation, Mur- to th, law school
&yJ.!ld- IJ- JaT was refused

r. : ir.'TS. u"oru ii admission because he failed to

if if in v in i ii i v ria niraiicD no nnrii .....

t T.. .. "? take tests that had been set up

Other officials testified they turned

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tp testimony. never was notified
why he was being rejected, nor
was he told he could be admitted

if he could comply with other than
academic requirements.
The university contended during
the trial that Ward refused t o
take aptitude tests required of all
students, although set up after
Ward first applied, and that he
did not go through the full rou

tine of application appeal before

filing his court suit.

Opposing lawyers argued, In a
"findings of fact" session preced preceding
ing preceding closing rrguments, as to

whether Georgia has a policy of: is forced to integrate

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Christmas Candles
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THOUSANDS OF GIFTS FOR EVERY POCKETBOOK
The Largest Assortment of Records in Panama
Fop the convenience of Our Custom eps we will be open Sunday, Dec. 23

No. 16 Tivoli Ave.

considered nis "attitude" disquali

fied him.

Ward said he made no attempt
to qualify under regulations set up
after he was first denied admis admission,
sion, admission, op. the advice of his attorn

eys. University officials said rais

ing entrance requirements had

nothing to do with Ward's suit snd

were not aimed at barring Ne
groes.

Chancellor Harmon W. Caldwell

admitted in earlier testimony how however,
ever, however, that a state law provides
for cutting off state funds for anv

unit of the education system that

FARMERS ARE MAKING MORE CASH CASH-SO
SO CASH-SO FAR, 1956 3 PERCENT HIGHER

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J0YERIA CASULLO & Co.
No. 9035 Front Street Tel. Ml

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)

The Agriculture Department re reported
ported reported today that farmers' cash
receipts rose to 27.3 billion dollars

in the first 11 months of this year,

topping the corresponding 1955
period by three per cent.

It said average prices were low lower
er lower but that farmres sent more
goods to market.
Livestock Up
POAinit frnm livoclnrlr and

livestock products amounted to
14.9 billion dollars, two per cent

higher tban a year ago. Mamei Mamei-ings
ings Mamei-ings increased six per cent to
mnr than offset a dron of nearly

four per cent in average prices.

Slightly nigner average prices,
plus larger marketings, accounted
for a seven per cent gain in cash
receipts from milk.
Crop receipts in the Jsnuary Jsnuary-November
November Jsnuary-November period totaled 12.4 bil

lion dollars, up tour per cent irom
last year. Both average prices

and volume of
inereaaed stiffhtff. R

rht .ntfnn. sovbeans. botatoes

truck crops and fruits au rose
somewhat.
The department put an
$18,973,732,0000 value on all farm
crops produced this year. This
raA nnlv crons. not livestock

and livestock products. But It did

include crops Kepi on me iarm
feeding and other purposes.
"fH Corn Top Crop
As usual corn was the most val valuable
uable valuable crop, followed by cotton.
The department predicted that
the 1957 spring pig crop will total
52 million head, a drop of two per
cent -from last spring.
Th tntal 1956 nig croo was SIX

ner cent less than last year. The
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spring crop aroppeo eignv ii
and the fair crop four per cent.
The department estimated
farmers November receipts at 3.3

billion dollars. This is less man
in October but slightly higher than
in November 1955.
Federal Aid
Government payments to farm farmers
ers farmers in the 11-month period tota ed
:n .Inllsr Thpv included

navments for participation in the
f, i i. .,!li,-o rnnser-

SOU DanK, agiii-uivu.. -f"
vation program, wool incen incentive
tive incentive program and payments under
the sugar act.
In its summary of crop values,
the department .said the 195 corn
crop was valued at $4,571,4 000,
up from the 1955 value of $4,360, $4,360,-633,000.
633,000. $4,360,-633,000. The cotton crop was
valued at $2,444,053,000 as against
$4,360,633,000 last year.
Hay was valued at $2,302,110,000
compared with the 1955 value i of
$2,342,250,000. Wheat had a 195
value of $1,969,806,000, compared
with $1,854,189,000 in 1955.
The 1956 tobacco crop was
valued at $1,147,324,0000, compared
Ad -k nnn AAA in SflV-

beans reached the billion dollar
status for the first time with .a
vaC of $1,011,718,000 Last year
soybeans were valued at $830,h, $830,h,-000.
000. $830,h,-000. Corn Top Crop
As usual corn was the most val valuable
uable valuable crop, followed by cotton,
hay, wheat, tobacco and soybeans.
The department predicted that
the 1957 spring pig crop will total
52 million head, a drop of two per
cent from last spring.
A survey of 150,000 farms and
ranches showed (ers have
bred 7,541,000 sows to nw next
soring, as against 7,657,000
farrowing sows this spring. Some

53,136,uO0 spring pigs and 38,535,-!
000 fall pigs were produced this!
year.

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Cot The Alarm
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)
Frank Gonzales, a distributor
for a portable burglar alarm
firm, bought one of the gadgets
for his apartment but kept put putting
ting putting off the installation.
Yesterday burglars ransacked
Gonzales' apartment, taking a
portable typewriter, radio and a

from Liberty of London
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from Baccarat & Lalique of Paris
China Dinner set from Royid Crown Derby
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Bulldogs Chew Rams 71-63
lo Give JC Basketball Title

Unofficial League Standings
Won Lost Pet.
junior College
SSboa High
rtatob! High
6
4
4
1
.750
.571
.444
.168
Club
Balboa
Athletic
suffered
their
second
:Titlght defeat at the bands of
i nalhfto Hiffh five

VllSutiday night by a score of 71 71-W
W 71-W A.C. Rams, apparently
.tunable to recuperate from their
JSa-44 loss to J.C. earlier this
tiek, went down to defeat for
the first time this season at the
thnds of a sharpshootmg, deter-
i,anned BBS contingent.
XlTie only satisfaction tha the
.ams derived from this defeat
-imvm assurance of second place
hthe Unofficial League Stand Standstills:
stills: Standstills: Both sides displayed an a a-ry
ry a-ry to hit the baskets for
points from all positions on trie
court, but, in the final analysis,
f .r.m ttod Rnllrioirs close guard

ing and fine shooting that
tefeught them their first win
.:flr the Rams this season.
1 TTifeBams had a 6-point lead
.half-time, 36-36. It was the
XaStSTAiiftrt.f'r of nlav that told
" the story of the name. The fight fight-.jmn
.jmn fight-.jmn aniirings milled ahead to a

'i'ltpolut lead during this period.
Vth the Bulldogs' ace forward,
wBn Wlnklosky, controlling both
1 Jtie backboards and scoring with
his awurate drive-ln lay-ups,
the BHS hoopsters completely
'fcflilt-chwsed the more experienc experienc-'tt'Rams
'tt'Rams experienc-'tt'Rams in the third and final
-fljrarters of play.
The Ram fast-break offense,
that had previously brought
r n 1 1 1 iVrt wins, kept
H them in the game until the
" fourth quarter. It was Bob Car Car-..
.. Car-.. lin, "ma" Nesbitt, and Jerry
Welch tast-breaking down the
', court to score enough points to
'I' keep the Rams "with" the Bal Bal-j
j Bal-j boa High five, who were at at-;i!
;i! at-;i! tempting to repeat their pre pre-t
t pre-t vious run-away win over J.C.
jt Leading the highly effective
scoring attack of the Bulldogs
.! was their All-Zone Basketball
candidate, Danny winklosky,
( who racked up 19 points for the
evening. He was closely followed

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by teammates, Barbara and
Ruiz, each with 14 points apiece,
virklnnri also moved into the

double figures in tne scoring col column
umn column with 10 points, making four
BHB'ers who scored in the dou double
ble double figures for the evening.
Catching fire ior ine nrsi ume
this season was the Atnietic
Club's forward. Bob "Bozo" Car Car-lin,
lin, Car-lin, who led the Ram scoring of offense
fense offense with 19 points for the los losing
ing losing evening. It was Carta's scor scoring
ing scoring In the early stages of the
game that gave the Rams a 6 6-point
point 6-point lead at half time that they
were unable to hold, closely fol following
lowing following Carlln in Ram's scoring
cause were forward "Moss" Nes Nesbitt
bitt Nesbitt with 13 'points guards Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Welch and Carl Simons, each
with 8 points. It is interesting to
note, that for the first time this
season the entire Ram team
broke into the scoring column
with all eight men scoring.
The A. C. Rams, who ended
the season with two straight de de-leats,
leats, de-leats, will be looking forward to
restoring their lost lustre of
these defeats by displaying their
great potential that they do pos possess
sess possess in the up-coming Junior
College Invitational Basketball
Tournament which will take
place on January 3, 4, and 5. The
Balboa A.c.'ers ao nave tne po potential
tential potential and the material to go
all the way in this up-coming
tournament.
The box score:
Balboa High
D. Wlnklosky .
Klrkland
J. Winklosky .
Barbara .. .. .
If
, 7
. 4
i 3
. 5
. 5
. 2
ft pt
5 19
2 10
2
4 14
4 14
2 6
Ruiz ..
Kirkland
a
Total
26 19 71
- t ; Balboa A.C.
J. Welch 24 8
R. Nesbitt ..5 3 13
R. carlin ..8 3 19
B. Joyce 2 0 4
C MacArthur 3 1 7
A. Lombana . ...... 1 1 3
C. Simons 3 2 8
G. Kourany . 0 1 1
Total
24 15 63

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COMEBACK His arm sound
again, Bobby Layne put the De
troit Lions back in contention
for the National Football League
championship.
Snow-Making
Machine Adds
To Ski Season
ALBANY. N.Y. (NEA) Snow-
making machines enable skiers to
rush the season and assure tnem
of a lone one.
State Commerce Commissioner
Edward T. Dickinson announces
that machines will start making
snow at New York centers, Dec.
15, if the thermometer registers
freezing or lower.
Snow machines are like large
sprinklers, with special nozzles.
Considerable water is required.
Mixed with air, it is forced at high
pressure through the nozzles. The
mixture emerges as a mist, turns
to ice crystals, then snow.
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Joe Conrad, Top US Amateur,
To Play Here In Panama Open

LI
PANAMA PRO
Teams
Carta Vieja
... ...- .
Chesterfield
Cerveza Balboa...........

TOMORROW'S GAME At Colon Stadium
Carta Vieja. (Taylor 0-0) vs. Chesterfield
(Robinson 1-1). ;
Game Time: 10 a.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS-(2) At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 9-2, Chesterfield 0-5.

Beer
By BR EWM ASTER
Rmfmi Brunet. biff southpaw of
the Kansas City Athletics, gave
local fans a glimpse of big league
pitching last night at the Stadium
when he twirled a neat four-hitter
to shut out Chesterfield. Not a
Smoker runner reached second
In The
Letter Box
Sports EdRor:
On page six, in your Issue or
Dec 15, by J. J. Harrison, Jr.,
it was stated that Hector Lo Lopez
pez Lopez was born In Boeas del To Tore
re Tore Thl is' erroneous. He wis
born In Colon Hospital, in the
eity of Colon.
Ada Forbei
Ced. Ifo. 11-15401
time for
600 620

LEAGUE
Won Lost

Pet.
.571
.556
.375
GB
4
5
3
3
4
5
Suds
base as he displayed perfect con
trol, giving up nary a walk. Witi
pitching of this type, tne Brewers
should present a serious threat
during the remainder of the- sea
son.
At, far as consistency
is can-
earned, Chasterfmd
it running
true to form. Thay hive bean
hot ut on thro cansoeutiya
Friday niahti, with Tarn Hant Hantaan,
aan, Hantaan, Whita Sax southpaw, th
laser in two af these ventures.
Planiian, who came here wild
splendid record, has yet te
win hiving given up eight earn earned
ed earned runs in nlne-arvd-a-thlrd in innings
nings innings fer the poor ERA of 7.71.
Clarence Moore, Cerveza Balboa
shortstop, who previous to latt
night's game had not struck out,
nnauy had the K attached to
his name. Smoker pitcher Jim Me
chalic, who succeeded Fla'nigan,
aid tne trick.
Ronnie Sheetz, Brewer right-
nanaer wno reueved Brown in the
second game did a creditable job
in the eight and two-thirds innine
ne worxea aespne-the fact that he
had only a day's rest. Ronnie shut
dut the Carta Vieja Yankees with

three nits for his first Pro League'"""1111 amietic airecior, maae

victory, luesaay nignt. He was
charged with last a aht's loss
when the Brewers battled to tie
the score only to have the Smok
ers move away again.
It is apparent that a Winston
Brown in perfect condition is ne
use te the dub. The Beces flash
in his first eppearance in' the
Pre Ltagu, and suffering from
a very bad sere arm, shut out
the champion Carta Vieja 2 te 0
ia the first tame ef a double
header, giving up twe measly
bingles. New with the arm com
pletely heeled, "Keatey" in three
starts, has failed te ge beyong
the fourth inning. Last night's
was worst ef ell. Completely
wild, he walked four batters to
force in a run, end left in the
very first inwiag.
Tomorrow's game in Col6n be
tween the Smokers and the Rum
mles will be dedicated to veteran
sports writer Justmianl "Bobby
Rodriguez.
Parker Has Detroit
Officials Worried;
Refuses To Ink Pad
DETROIT, Dec. 22 (UP) De
troit Lions Coach Buddy Parker
left the board of directors feeling
like Ed Meadows had tackled each
and every one of them.
Parker, one of the most success successful
ful successful coaches in the business, re
fused to sign a contract for 1957.
Neither he nor Lions President
Edwin .J Anderson would elabo elaborate.
rate. elaborate. Anderson said the directors of offered
fered offered Parker a new contract, re reportedly
portedly reportedly a two-year pact at $30,000.
But Anderson would not say why
Parker wouldn't accept it.
Parker said he was not resign resigning,
ing, resigning, that he would stay with the
club until his present contract runs
out Dec. 31.
But that only left the officials
more up in the air and asking
"What happened?"
Anderson said the board "un "undoubtedly"
doubtedly" "undoubtedly" would meet again be before
fore before Dec, 31. But again, he would
not say when.
v Parker and Anderson were as
close mouthed Thursday as they
were talkative after Sunday's loss
to the Chicago Bears.
Then Parker threatened to quit
professional football because of
what he termed a disastrous
trend tnat was making football a
"slugging match" instead of a
game.
The threat stemmed from the in
cident in the Lions-Bears game in
which Meadows tackled Bobby
Layne and the Detroit quarterback
wound up with a brain concussion.
Later, Detroit movies of the game
.showed Layne was not "slugged"
as Anderson contended but that
Meadows had tackled him clean

and hard.

Joe Conrad, one of America's
outstanding amateur golfers,
who baa just turned profession professional
al professional less than a week ago, will
make his debut as a pro In the
forthcoming pan am a Open
scheduled to be played at the
Panama Golf club on Jan. 10,
11, 12 and 13.
Tbs was reported By Dkk
Dehlfnger today upon his re return
turn return from Florida where he
aigned up several of the out outstanding;
standing; outstanding; golfers for the Pan Panama
ama Panama Open.
Conrad Is well known among
golf enthusiasts all over the
world as a great player and
the local spectators are in for a
big treat to get to see him in ac action
tion action as a pro for. the first, espe especially
cially especially along with the terrific
competition he will be up a a-gainst,
gainst, a-gainst, as the field this year
promises to he really atar-stud-ded.
He has won Over 40 major
amateur tournaments. He was
the 1155 British Amateur
champ, the Mexican Amateur
ehamp and the Texas Ama Amateur
teur Amateur winner. He was also a
member of the 1955 Walker
Cup, team and the 1956 Amer American
ican American Cup team.
N. C. State Tried
To Use Moreland's
Girl Friend As Lure

M1NDEN. Bee. 22 (UP) -Jackie
Moreland's girl friend said today
it is true that North Carolina State
College tried to use her as a "lure"
for the basketball whiz, as
charged by the NCAA.
Miss Betty Clara Rhea, More-,
land's former high school class classmate
mate classmate now a freshman at Centen Centen-nary
nary Centen-nary College in Shreveport, La.,
said the college offered her a
"seven-year medical scholarship."
The college has denied this and
said other charges can be ex explained.
plained. explained. Moreland had practically' enroll enrolled
ed enrolled at' Centennary himself before
suddenly switching to North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State, under circumstances
which the NCAA and the Atlantic
Coast Conference considered a
rules violation.
... ......
?" Rbea said Willis R. Casey,
the offer to her last Aug. 31, the
day Moreland left Minden for Ra-
jeisjn, to enroll at the col college
lege college under a basketball scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship. "I refused the scholarshio." she
said. "And my parents also did
not want me to, accept it; We
didn't want any part of a deal."
Casey, contacted in Raleigh, re re-fushed
fushed re-fushed to comment, saying his
view of Miss Rhea's statment is
"well known." Presumably he re
ferred to the college's denial and
Declaration that the claim is
n-
aicuious.
The college is slated In oof.
hearing Saturday at which officials
said they can explain every charge
made in the case thus far by the
vAA ana tne all.
ine conference last weekend
ruled Moreland ineligible to play
at State, banned basketball re recruiting
cruiting recruiting by the basketball staff for
a year and slapped on a $5,000
fmc contingent on whether the col college
lege college carries out its iphnirchin
deal with MorelanH
More and left Raleieh lt wo.ir.
end for the Christina hniiHi
and is now in Minden.
Sports Briefs
, GROSSINGER, N. Y. (UP) -Marvin
Jenson, middleweight chal challenger
lenger challenger Gene Fullmer's manager.
predicted today that champion
Ray (Sugar) Robinson will be in
for a surprise when he meets his
charge in a title fight on Jan. 2.
Jenson said six ounce gloves will
be used and "Gene knocked out
his first 11 opponents using six
ounce clovesr" Fullmer has been
using eight ounce gloves for more
man two years.
CORAL GABLES. Fla. fUPi
Bobby Sorensen had three winners
at Tropical Park Thursday, includ including
ing including two extreme outsiders. Soren Sorensen
sen Sorensen scored on Lecame ($90.00).
Viking Victory ($67.80) and Cha
teau (6.10).
DETROIT (UP) The Detroit
Lions, who failed in a bid to gain
the Western Division championship
of the National Football League
against the Chicago Bears last
Sunday, defeated the Los Angeles
Rams, 31-21, four years ago today
for the title with Pat Harder
sparking the attack by scoring 19
points.
Today Encanto .35 .20
SPANISH DOUBLE!
Tin-Tan in
"EL MEDICO de las LOCAS"
Evangelina Elizbndo in
"ZAPATILLAS VERDES"
Today IDEAL .20
TRIPLE PROGRAM!
"BULLFIGHTER AND
THE LADY"
"LADY POSSESSED"
"DAKOTA"
10

Brunet Blanks Smokers;
Osorio Cops 3rd Game

By VICTOR GRAY
Panama Pro League teams take a rest today
with activities shifting to Colon Stadium tomorrow
morning; at 10 o'clock with a game between Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield and Carta Vieja which will decide the loop
lead. Both teams are now in a virtual tie for first
place.
Righthander Humberto Robinson of the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers will oppose Pete Taylor, also a right-handed
thrower, on the mound. Tomorrow's will be the first
contest on the Atlantic side this season. Rain washed
out a game which should have been played between
Chesterfield and Cerveza Balboa at Colon Stadium
last Sunday morning.

Honors were evenly divided
last night in the twin bill played
at the Olympic Stadium with
Cerveza Balboa administering
Chesterfield its third shutout of
the season by a 9-toM) score, and
the Smokers coming back to win
the nightcap, 5 to 2.
The Beermen bacKea up tne
four-hit pitching of George Bru Brunet
net Brunet with a 10-hit barrage, ihell ihell-ing
ing ihell-ing Chesterfield starter Tom
Flanigan In the fourth, and con continuing
tinuing continuing the assault against his
successor Jim Michalec and Bob
Veritch.
Brunet, in scoring Ms first win
of the season, fanned five ana
did not walk a single batter. Pe Pe-pe
pe Pe-pe Oaorlo and Reggie Grenald
shred the batting laurela for
the winners, each getting two
hits in three tries, while Joe
Chesterfield, Clyde Parrla' two
in three was tops. Fianigan sin sintered
tered sintered his second defeat against
no wins. .
Plate umpire Leonard hod hod-erta,
erta, hod-erta, gaVe Smoker coach ln ln-f
f ln-f lelder Frank Austin the thumb
in the first game for using n n-complimentary
complimentary n-complimentary remarks on his
calling of balls and atrikea.
Smohers Win Nightcap
Smoker ace Fernando Alberto
Osorio, scored hl third triumph
of the. season in the afterpiece.
The lad from. Chitre
,nnrf form, allowinc the opi
tion two runs, one of them un unearned,
earned, unearned, five hits, fanned two,
walked two and hit one batter.
Osorio in 27 innings has allowed
only three earned runs for tne
fine ERA of 1.00 per game.
Rookie Eddie Napoleon of
Chesterfield extended his hit hitting
ting hitting streak to six games, sin sin-eling
eling sin-eling off Brunet in the fifth
inning of the first game and
belting a lead-off triple in the
eighth frame off Ronnie
Sheets in the second. His bat batting
ting batting average is now M6.
Winston Brown started for tne
Beermen but had to be removed
in the very first inning on ac account
count account of wlldness. Four walks,
hrnnirht in the first Smoker run,
and reliever Ronnie anccw
called to the rescue. A Hal Grote
sacrific fly accounted for the
second run of the inning.
The Beermen tied It up with
single runs in tne secona nu
third, but the Smokers were not
to be denied victory as they
came up with singletons In the
fnnrth fifth and eiahth cantos.
-ph. rimfat was cnarBca w:
uu
Sheets. whose record now
College Cage
Scores
last
Villanova 79 Indiana 69
North Carolina 64 NYU 59
Inn 64 St. Bonaventure 63
LaSalle 83 North Carolina State 7j
Midwest
Loyola (111.) 89 North Dakota
Tuisa 75 Detroit. 74
Minnesota 80 Kansas State 72
Bradley 74 Wisconsin 62
Southwest
Nebraska 67 Texas Tech 66
Texas Western 70 Colorado AaM 6i
Okla. City. U. 91 San Jose St. 74
Watt
Citrus 67 Pasadena 57
Chaffee 55 Mt. San Antonio 50
East Los Angeles 76 Santa Ana 54
Riverside 60 Santa Monica 50
Pierce 68 Fullerton 60
Orange Coast 59 San Diego 58
Sooth
Wake Forest 73 Alabama 50
South Carolina 90 Georgia. Tech 83
Stanford 73 Centenary 67
Tulane 78 Southwestern 58
Loyola La.) 87 Houston 74
Kentucky Wes. 71 New Mexico 66
Quantlci (Va.) Marines
Christmas Too may
(final)
Quantico Mas. 84 Mt. St. Masy's 69
(censolatiens)
Belmont-Abbey 73 Hampden-S. 72
St. Michaels (Vt.) 72 Wabash 68
Moravian Cole 100 Tampa U. 69
CINCINNATI (UP) Hank
Aaron's 1956 league leading .328
batting average was the lowest
since Eddie Roush of the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs won the National
League title with .321 in 1919.
Aaron plays the outfield for the
Milwaukee Brave.

stands at one win against one

aeieat.
Osorio, alone with Carta Vie-
ja's Evans Killeen, enjoy the dis distinction
tinction distinction of being the biggest
winners of the 'league. The Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield star with three victories
and the Beerman with two. Both
are undefeated so far.
Split Decision
FIRST GAMK
Chestert'eld Ab R
H Po
0 0
Bernard, as ,;j 3
Heron, 2b
Parris, 3b
E. Osorio, lb
Diaz, If .....
Grote, cf ..,
Napoleon, rf
Byron, e
Flanigan, p
Michalec, p
Mitchell
"1
Veritch, p
Total 24 0 4 18 S
Mitchell struck out for Micha
lec in 6th.
Cerveia Balboa
Moore, ss .'3 1 0 01
Charles, 3b 4 1 1 0 2
Glenn, cf 3 2 1 1 0
Lopez, 2b 3 0 1 1 2
Pinkston, rf 3 0 1 1 0
Kellman, c ...... 3 2 16 0
P. Osorio, lb ..... 3 2 2 0
Gordon, lb 1 0 0 2 0
Grenald, If 3 12 10
Brunet p 2 0 1 0 3
Total
28 9 10 21 S
Score by Inning
Chesterfield 000.000 00 4 4
C. Balboa 021 321 x 9 10 0
SUMMARY Errors: Heron,
Diaz, Byron, Bernard. RBI's:
Brunet 2, Pinkston, Glenn 2, Lo Lopez.
pez. Lopez. Earned runs: Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 5. Two base hits: Glenn, Lo Lopez.
pez. Lopez. Double plays: P. Osorio un unassisted,
assisted, unassisted, stolen base: Charles,
Glenn, Lopez. Sacrifice hits:
Brunet. Struck out by: Flanigan
4, Michalec 2, Brunet 6. Base on
balls off: Flanigan 3, Michalec
1, Veritch 1. Left on base: Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 3, Cerveza Balboa 7.
Pitchers record: Flanigan 6
runs, 6 hits in 3 2-3 innings; Mi Michalec
chalec Michalec 2 runs, 4 hits in 1 1-3 In Innings.
nings. Innings. Winning pitcher: Brunet
(1-1). Losing pitcher: Flanigan
(0-2). Umpires: Roberts, Wil Williamson,
liamson, Williamson, Thornton. Time of
game: 1:58.
SECOND GAME
Chesterfield Ab R H Po A
Bernard, ss 3 2 0 2 0
Austin, 2b 4
Parris, 3b ....... 4
E. Osorio, lb1.... 4
Cobos, c 3
Grote, cf 4
Diaz, If 4
Napoleon, rf 4
A. Osorio, p ..... 4
1 0
1 1
1 14
Totals 34 5
Cerveia Balboa
Moore, ss 4 1
5 27 15
Charles, 3b 4
Glenn, cf 4
Lopez, 2b
Pinkston, rf ..
Kellman, c ...
P. Osorio, lb
Brathwaite, lb
Grenald, if ...
Brown, p
Sheetz, p
Hardy
3
0
Total
33 2 5 27 13
Hardy grounded out for Sheets
in 9th.
Score By In nines
Chesterfield 200110 0105 5 2
C. Balboa 011 000 0002 5 2
SUMMARY Errors: Bernard
2, Moore, Lopez. Runs batted in:
Cobos, P. Osorio, Grote, Glenn,
Parris, Diaz, A. Osorio. Earned
runs: Chesterfield 5, Cerveza
Balboa 1. Two base hits: Moore,
E. Osorio, Three base hits: Na Napoleon,
poleon, Napoleon, Double plays: Charles,
Kellman, P. Osorio. stolen base:
Glenn. Sacrifice hits: Grote. Hit
batter: A. Osorio (Kellman).
passed ball: Kellman. struck out
by: Brown 1, 8heetz 2, Osorio 2.
Base on balls off: Brown 4,
Sheetz 4, Osorio 2. Left on base:
Chesterfield 10. Cerveza Balboa
6. Pitchers' record: Brown 2
runs, 0 hits in 1-3 inning. Win Win-nlng
nlng Win-nlng pitcher: Osorio (3-0 h Los.
lng pitcher: Sheetz (1-). Um
pires: Hinds, Rltgo, Thornton.
Thnp of game; 3:23. i,,



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By JIMMY BRESLIN
: NEW YORK (NEA)-Last year'

during the National Basketball As

sociation s All-a.ar game at Kocn

eater. Charley Eckman used Mel

Hutchins, the 6-6 Brigham Young
product, aa one of the West's back back-court
court back-court men. The west won going a a-way
way a-way because of the added height
At the s. art of this season, Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse went into the last five minutes
of a close game against Philadel Philadel-ohia
ohia Philadel-ohia with Ed Conlin, the 6-6 form

er Fordham star, doing the ball
handling.
George Dempsey, 6 4, was guard

ing Conlin. Syracuse took a glance
ai this match-up and then maoe
the classic move. They held the
ball until Conli i could take Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey into the pivot. Conlin's two two-inch
inch two-inch height advantage was too
much for Dempsey. The Syracuse
player knocked in two jump shots
from the pivot and blew the game
apart.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

m,. Ui H,mi truth 1. that the Jackie Robinson deal does

... !2T. "irr'r;: mTsMi to cheer about. On the con

X JTZ ".rth. arabS.. cn r"acter of the Giants operation,

,nrf th Jpt.hv 'laissez-faire program of the club president

it is nnssib e Horace stonenams nnamni

These two cases mark the lat latest
est latest trend in modern basketball.
The pros set the pace in basketball
styles. Every high school kid re relies
lies relies on the jump shot made stand standard
ard standard practice by Paul Arizin of Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia and Bill Sharman of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. The next innovation will see the
backcourt jobs filled by the tallest
men available It is happening in
the pro ranks, already has spread
do the colleges, and around New
York, the high schools are starting
to break out the big kid as a ball
handler.
The days of the little man seem
numbered as a basketball force.

Except for the extraordinary one

a Bob Cousy, buuer Martin.

Dick McGuire or Sharman the

sport is heading surely and swift
ly toward the day when the smail

est man on the court will be pivot

sue by normal standards.
When Clair Bee was riding ho
at Long Island University he nev

er was satisfied with his teams

from a height standpoint.

"If I had five players of 6-8 an I
better," he maintained, "I woull
go through every season undefeat
ed."

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Johnny Majors TCU's Biggest Handicap

For Cotton Bowl Jan. 1
"V"
Against Syracuse Mentaf

Is UP SEC
Player Of Year

ATLANTA, Dec. 22 (UP) All

FORT WORTH, Tex., Dec. 22

V ) Texas' Christian s biggest

America Johnny Major., Tepnes-uuJ 'KSt n. v..?!
see's "oo-it-aU'' tailback, was 'gt Cotton Bowl J?eNewYetts

j w. n;tvA p.i ") muj trc uicuim tauici man

today

Southeastern Conference player of

the year for 1956.
The triple-thread tailback won
the balloting going away, collect collecting
ing collecting all but two of the votes from

Southern Conference sports wri-;

ten and sport setters who took

physical.

There are several factors work working
ing working against a Texas Christian vic victory
tory victory over Syracuse and All-America
halfback Jimmy Brown.
In a way, it's a form of "senior "senior-itis,"
itis," "senior-itis," although Coach Abe Martin
denies his veteran plyers art ever ever-sold
sold ever-sold on themselves.

part in the voting.

Johnny's All-SEC teammate, end

Buddv Cruie. sot one of the twj Martin had his defending South

votes and the other went to Ken-west Conference champions

tucky's fine tackle, Lou Michaels,

another all-SEC performer.

Headquarters

THE WINNER Captain Harry wilder

UbAHCARIB Comptroller Office was nmsentari with t.ha

Governor's Cup by Mr. Russell Meissner, President of the
Marlln Club, for catching- the largest marlln of the annual
Panama Marlin Tournament, recently at a dinner held at
the American Legion Club, Port Amador. Captain Wilder'
prize winning marlln weighed in at 413 pounds.
' V. S. Army Photo).

Ray Robinson Loses
'Electronics Battle'
But Still Confident

Gold Dust

is such he

has no alternative, and that considerations of solvency rather than
"I. I.Tt fAi.te hi. move. All we know is that few of them

pay oft.
Even

of 38

if wnhinnn were 2 and physically sound, instead

nd injury prone, he couldn't pick up me warns, a uic, -constituted,
and put them in the World Series. i i-To
To i-To what extent Robinson Willi help the club depends on how
long he can stay ui one piece. He'll find the play, at first less de demanding,
manding, demanding, and may be good for 80 to 100 games (he was in 117 las
season)? He'U find the short, left-field stands rewarding antT he 1
be the decisive force in a number of game. XXota
ferenoe between winning &d losing a championship the -Brooks
SfonVham'm'f nJmae the deal with a pennant in mind; it was
not astnOugh he needefonly one piece to complete a jig-eaw puzzle
and Robinson was the. piece.; The way Stoneham of8.
Giants are rarely that close to championship strength, and depth in
numbers is a luxury he either can't afford, or dismisses a. unneces-
"jlinee the 1936-37 pennants (to which Stoneham contributed lit little
tle little more than a pleasurable alow of fortuitous taheritance) the
Giants won only twice, and both times were beneficiaries of unusual
crcumstanoes. But on neither occasion were they able to repeat.
Rather convincing evidence of the pre fab nature f Stoneham cham championships.
pionships. championships. Obviously they aren't built for the long run.
Despite the fact that the Giants have long been outrank ;d by
the Yaaks and Brooks in presUge and popularity around here, taey
still commajjd a high dollar for TV-radio. This money, Pl"turns
w.m th Doflcer names, is more than sufficient ... or has been up

to keep tne operation anoai in oic u.

GREENWOORD LAKE, "N. Y

Dec. 22 (UP) Sugar Ray Rabin Rabin-son
son Rabin-son conceded today he lost his
"battle of the electronics" with

This was six years ago and Be? G.e,1 Fu 'm,er ,but P'fted he'd
couldn't find enough big guyl stl"m hdr Jan. 2 battle for, the
wKh speed to test his theory. But middleweight championship
basketball- and the youngster en-i e tJvi!!
tering it -seem, to have develop-1 anftl, .SifiSK? S
ed. foday you can get the five aelpe h d S?Wnot
Scclrt me" TranSVi9, fasYX'Tmnofsur fasYX'Tmnofsur-backcourt
backcourt fasYX'Tmnofsur-backcourt men are an inch or s) prised at tne regult j.m older
under Bee specifications, but ncf tests made by tne Livola
body ever accused a 6- back-! Laboratories of Moreanville. N.J..

court man who can fly of being a'showed Robinson landed his nunch

detriment.

on it regulation heavy bag at a

McGuire, who is six-foot, backs' speed of 15.2 miles and hour and
this up. This is his ninth season with a force of 1,500 pounds. PiiU-

with the New York Kmckerbockerj mer's test showed he landed its

and the difference m th talent punch with a speed of 30.4 m
entering the league today astounds1) and hour" and with. a force of
him. .. 1 2W pounds'.

wnen i urst came around, you

always coum outrun the average
big guy," he says. "But for the
last couple of seasons it has bee i
changing. You start running a

longside a guy and you go real
good. You get to the other end of

the court,, look up and the guy
is there.
"They come fast today. And

they have all that height. I can'
see how a guy my size, is ever go going
ing going to break in up here from nor
on. Look at Tom Gola. He was 6-7

The question will be settled once
arid for all when Robinson defends
his title against the challenger in

the' Madison Square Garden ring

Jan. 2.

Sports Briefs

and nobody could

Couldn't even fake
all like that today.

NEW YORK, Die. 21 (UP)

.,.. mm I Miaaie-weiam Doxers crnie uuran

him They're do. of Baynne N J'- and Angelo
a-j' i Defendis of Brooklyn were pro-

raiu in I i j i il : t u

in rimta

WORST IN LEAGUE

..,.' -i cmnftth ann ItlPrP mo thic I hamhnrU n n..f l.

wol 8 manSt concern among visiting clubs, and very hkeiy m the can run like a deer. He's g 81 meetmg at aMcholas Arena.

NL office, too, when tne uianis auenaance uiucu v "" iwt, ynai una 01 a cnance qj

worst in the league. .. ou nve

Giant attendance

By HERBERT MOISf
Things are happening so fast in
this short season that even before
you settle down to write one com

mentary Dang somethin han-

pens to have you either hurry to

1 iduge or auer u. we have been

victim of this iust rooAntK-

In one essav we mntidnM th

. lAll ..... ...v uu naH N-;IU 1 CI HI,
Kobinsoil-Kllleen duel that llitl not nil nunti and avaraaaH S 1 v.mI.

""'"'"""I me,, llucr Bner lne 0 ru,l,,nff

",mv ucicaicu vneMerueiu we
mentioned about the CV Rooters

"high" early in the season and

they were playing like super supercharged
charged supercharged touchdown machines as

Majors a slight 1M pounder they ground under the opposition,
who doesn't look like a football .'A
player off the field, caught Dixie'i L0ST N
fancy as no other player hSs. since .... L
the turn A the half-century. Then ame the 'big one,'' the
The Uttle game winner, who was 7, "2,,untta
termed by Vetic Director lml.j?Ze&
beri Neylind the best tailback jSSJtSSi
Tennessee history, was not only f1", jTSto
flashy, but his performance in thelnd mrch!j tm Mwehdown and

In Tennessee s biggest game cf d er recovered from that
an undefeated season Georgia .rtbreaker. They felt the pic-Tech-Majors
broke up a greatL,rei of the game showed they
defensive struggle with almost un- won witn touchdown that the of of-believable
believable of-believable ease. . , Iflcials didn't allow.
After the teams had battled tot Yhty proceeded to drop games
a brutal standstill for more thai'to Miami and Texas Tech and
half the game, Majors came intj, looked lethargic in doing so. They
the lineup, threw two passes to pulled themselves together briefly
Cruze good for 47 yard' and the to nose out Baylor 74 In a game
Vols had they ball on the feci '-at ultimately got them into the

one. Tennessee scored for a hard tton Bowl.
earned 0-0 victorv. I On ton of this, there was a ten

The quick-witted native of Hunt- dency among the Horned Frogs to
land, Tenn., comes by his footba 1 second rate Syracuse as a bowl

honestly, tlis father is a high
school football coach and three of
his four, brothers play the game.
Majors was the SEC leader in
total offense and his mark of com

pleting 60 per cent of his passes

was also tops. In addition he led

tne sua witn a 13-yard average

foe after Navy failed to accept tha
bid.
RECISION-LIKI MA,
These angels have Martin Wor Worried
ried Worried as he tries to pep. up the
team to the precision like peak
at which it operated early is the
year when Chuck Curtis was fak faking
ing faking arid passing almost flawleiay,
All-America Jim Swink was defcoy defcoy-ing
ing defcoy-ing and blocking perfectly to- al allow
low allow his halfback teammate," Kea
Wineburg, to hog the glory "with
long touchdown runs and when the

defense leaked hardly at all.'
So unless Martin can find the

psychological answer between1 new
and New Year's Day, TCU" may
be in for its sixth straight Bowl

game setback and Syracuse, will
be able to atone somewhat forth

61-6 shellacking it absorbed.. from

Alabama in the 1953 Orange ewi.

Burkhart, Venzori

To Replace

Gore As NY Umpires
CINCINNATI, Ohm, (UP) Th
National League today named for former
mer former St. Louis Cardinal pitcher" Ken
Burkhart and Tony Venzon a um umpires
pires umpires for the 1967 season to replace
Artie Gore and Bill Engeln.
Gore is retiring and Engeto la
leaving he field of baseball offi officiating
ciating officiating to devote fun time r a
men's furnishings company In Pf
Io Alto, Calif.

Engefo

chanting "The Yanks are coming."
Mn... II t T

"w oaiuva neer turns around piv pivoting
oting pivoting on John Glenn's just awaken awakened
ed awakened bat and' slams the Yankees 6 to
nothing to tighten tli'e race and
restore the respectability of the
league..- s; i

jusuncauop comes to our fes

cue at-we remembered that even

earner we warned the other teems

mat isaiboa Beer is dot complete
Py died but just couldn't get a foot

to get going. Kellman's outfit

had been plagued bv a'serie's nt In

juries. Kcliman himselt wtas vut;
Ileetbf Lopez, an established hit hitter,
ter, hitter, was also out for about three
games and then first-line titllltv-

player Pepe Osorio ran irito a nail

on the right field fence and. there thereby
by thereby Was ln inranacltafjiH

We watched Rudv Mavline

the Chesterfield game and noticed
that he was visibly disturbed by
bis slump. Rudy should be remind reminded
ed reminded that worrying over a slump just
won't hidp. A careful survey
should reveal to Rudy that he is
not the only player in a slump.
What about two other outfielders?
Is Grote of Chesterfield hitting ov

er .zoo? And is Al Plnkston of Cer

The only thing Tennessee fans

don't like about Majors is his

class standing. The sensational

tailback is a seniir and his play

ing days with the Vols will end

after the Cotton Bowl battle with

Baylor

Will Chamberlain,
little Chef Forte
Top Cage Scorers

DETROIT, Die. 21 (UP) Joel veza Balboa hitting anything near

has been .piraling downward for some time

Mason. 45 year old Wayne State

university athletic coach, has ap

now. umy -once m ufi u j 'WimBJ0 "r" oiled for the facant head football
.iiiilon mark. Season before last it dipped to witn omy cm- swer. You don't. The old cars machine nost at the University of
ctnmA and Plttsourgh getting less business. .Jchche, "The little man sets up V j &e Crimmins coach

resign

There is a hard core of old Giant tans wno suii remair 1 loya. 10 wg man, is ou. of the book. Yo i ,t Indiana for manv vears

the cmb. (we hear from tnem every me we can una tne tag kid to do all thred the nost several weeks ago af

U -1. i

to more ambitious efforts by essays, such as this.) However, there things

must come a time when even the most ruggea iaim wavers ever so mn

slighUy, and it may be that this steadily declining attendance is an
indication something like that is already beginning to hpen.
Stoneham, of Course, is counting on Robinson to stimulate the
gate. There will be a certain novelty in seeing the great Negro veter veteran
an veteran in a Giant uniform, especially against the Dodgers, but that will
soon wear off. Giant fans want winners. They don't even come out
to see Willie Mays on a loser ... and the Say Hey kid is pretty hot
tuff himself. DM,.AT10N ni.S

In '55, a few weeks before he got the air, Leo Durocher, spel ed
out what the Giants had to have to become a flag contender. A
first-rate outfielder, a hitting catcher, two pitchers and a good left left-hand
hand left-hand pinch hitter."
It is one thing to recognize a club's needs and another to satisfy
them This often proves beyond the powers of even the best heeled
and most enterprising clubs. A club like the Giants simply bows to
the futility of it all, and signs a new manager.
Bill Rignfey was the new manager. He tried to make it with a
bunch of young men who won for him in Menneapolis, which par partially
tially partially explains why the Giants finished sixth last season, 26 games
out of first place. Al Wofthington's 7-il was a crusher. Rigney had
him tabbed as a new Maglie. (Even and old, one, would have been
welcomed with open arms.)
The Giants have lost some good prospects to the military, not notably
ably notably Jackie Brandt and Bill White. The Giants feel snch losses worse
than other clubs because Stoneham fails to protect himself, or else
gambles he won't be hit. And then when he is hit, he reaches out
frantically for the aged in the wood Hank Sauers and Jackie Rob Robinsons,
insons, Robinsons, and next thing you know, the headlines are crying: "Giants
fate fight to Stay out of cellar."

required of a backcoms ter a 3-6 se.'.son.

.250?

At this stage of the season, the

NEW YORK, Die. 22 (UP)-Big
Wilt Chamberlain of Kansas and
little Chet. Forte of Columbia,
chalking up points at a fantastic
chip, topped the nation's major
college baskeball scorers today in

in the weekly rundown of statistics

released by the NCAA Service Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. Chamberlain, the seven-foot so sophomore
phomore sophomore from Philadelphia, led
all scorers for the second straight
week with a 158 point total in four
games for a 39.5 per game aver average
age average dropped from 45.5 a week a
go, and will drop further when
his 23-point performance against
California Tuesday night is figured
in.

Forte, the 5-9 senior who is hail

pitchers are ahead of the bstters ed by many as the best little man
as noticed by the low scores which in college basketball today, has
seems to be the rule cow as com-1 scored 152 points for a runner-up
pared to other seasons when the1 30.4 per game average. Chamber Chamber-hitters
hitters Chamber-hitters would be tearing the ballllain and Forte are the only ones
fpart. 'above the 30-point level.

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Spider Webb TKO's
McAfeer In Second
For 18th Straight
CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (UP)-Spl-der
Webb drew a bead on every
too ranking middleweight today
after his 18th straight triumph, a
second round technical knockout
win over the British Empire title title-holder,
holder, title-holder, Pat McAteer.
"I think I ought to be cham champion,"
pion," champion," he said, "and I'll be glad
to fight any middle weight ranked
above me until I get to be the
champion."
Webb was ranked ninth by the
National Boxing Association and
fourth by Ring Magazine before
he took on Mc Ateer, and he did
not hurt his rating any against
the European invader.

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COLUMBUS, O. (UP) Ru Rural
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the following measures:
See that everybody is out of
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FOR SALE

Household
FOR SAU: d-aMca coffee serv serv-ict.
ict. serv-ict. Chilean lilvtr plate; small
tUa viola. Balboa 2-121 1.
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
Double bed with fun rubber
mattress and ba soring, beauti beautifully
fully beautifully covered, new, G.E. auto automatic
matic automatic dishwasher. Phone 3-6574
Panama.
FOR SALE: Apartment full af
furniture, price reasonable. 43rd
Straat, House No. I. Ant. I.
FOR SALE: Simmani couch,
bait, dask. miscellaneous tables.
chain and ottomans, venatian
blinds and motorcycle ctala.
Phone lal 2394.
FOR SALE: Keroian stove,
living raoai set, aat (parch) bad
ait. Call Panama 2-52(7.
sTiiniTivK's WIFE INJURED IN
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nla H instltytldh. U'nea
Wettner said, she accompanledher hui

couple benvsOuSV'SUKe
reported she had

2 Fugitives and Abducted Bride
To Be Turned Over to California

. :.j th were willing
SST to California ponce tjto
and the young bride of one of
them who was reported to have
been abducted at sunpomt from
"I mOSSL the
TWO OI Wr;:: Uolnltal
with serious injuries received in
an automobile accident that cU-
111 m wwaaiw'w
maxed a 15-minute police chase.
Tk ftthar was in lall.
r.i Ann Wiegner, 17. whose
.,nt Mr and' Mrs. Joan W:
Mowatt, claim she was kidnaped
by her husband ana ine evntr umu
i : i-i (inn Mens.
trom a mentai uuuu .v '-t--
r.itf w undr-r treatment for a
fractured left arm tand fractured
ribs
Her husbandt Mkhael Wiegner,
had a ruptured spleen and a punc
r.iireri lunf.
Jesse Eastntan, 35, : a Sioux
Indian who escarJe4 with Wiegner
frnm the institution Monday, was
captured at Brighton, Colo:, just
norm oi nere, anviiig w
r-
in Denver earlier in the day
He iud avoided captured by Hee-
mg
mat sent lire ttickuci yi
ins thrnnoh a harrirae and over
a iS-foot embankment.
Mrs. Wiegner told police from
"l reauy love mm. 1 tove mm
I very much," she said

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FOR SALE: 1941 Studebsker
Coupe. $125. CaU Balbaa 1140
batwaan 5.30 and 7:30 p.m:
FOR $AU: 155 Plymouth
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fect perfect canditien. Power Flrtas trans trans-missian.
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CRASH Denver General
qomioits Clo Ann Welgner,
aerthuslv inlured when a car
1, cracked up a.
Itlve trom a Calif or
is injuries. Mrs.
voluntarily. The
'"Swieaner.
did not" leave her npme voiun
f aril v
:
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m t J
ney saia,
AFT Will Organize
ite-NeOrO LOCOl
fP" ,5f,,w
CHICAGO (UP)-The America.!
Federation of Teachers announced
Loriav il win uixauijrc a ,,c-
for both white and Negro teachers
at Atlanta. :
Carl J. MegeJ, AFT president,
said Local 89 at .Atlanta had" sur
rendered its charter rather-' than
comply with a union order to, take
steps by Pec. 31, 1957, to integrate.
"Plans will be put into action
immediately to form an integrated
local in Atlanta to replace Local
89. and all- teachers interested in
such a democratic organization
will be invited to join," he said.
LEGAL NOTICE
Vniiti states District Court For The
District of The canal zaa
Canal Zone
J?TW 'i$ FchUmt"
Octavlo Darkado. Toaa Castillo Olaya.
r-v-" 7
soondent.
in AOmirauy no. ztnra. uaei in nam.'
Whereas, oh the isth day of Decem
ber, 1966. Aurelio Molina, on his own
behalf ana bri behalf of Jose F. San
chez Pinto, Octavlo Delgado, Jose Cas
tillo Olaya. Luis Montenegro Marquez,
Luia Alberto Loan. Manuel LoDez Lu
cas, LXuro Agosia Mena Arevaio, Vicen Vicen-ta
ta Vicen-ta Castillo Mendleta and Juan. Delgado
Loyola, filed a libel in Hem in the Dis
trict court oi tne umtea states lor me 1
Cristobal district of 'the Canal Zone, a-1
gainst, the Motor vessel uoeeieaor, ner
boilers, tackle, furniture, apparel, etc.,
in-, a cause 01 acuon ior wages.
maritime:
And whereas, by virtue .af process In
due form at law. to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 15th day of January.
'957. I have seised and taken the', said
Motor Vessel GObeledor and have her
in mv custody:
Notice Is hereby given, that a District
will be held in the United States Court
Zone, on the 15th' day of January. 1957,
for th trial nf said Brcmises. ana me
owner or owners, and all persons who
mav nave or claim any interest, are
Hereby elted to be and appear at the
Ume and place aforesaid, to show cause,
If any they have, Why a final decree
should not pass as prayed.
Boom. In the town of Cristobal. Casta)
Joseph I. Klncald,
United States Marshal.
S. T. Frankel, Woodrow de Castro
and David nobles, Proctors tor
TiiHe)lants
ty: S. T.
Frankel 'and David nobles.

KJR SALE

Miscellaneous
XMAS PRESENT: NICI
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR
DIAR ONES AND FRIENDS.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
JUST COME AND SEE A
LARGE SHIPMENT JUST UN UNPACKED.
PACKED. UNPACKED. "kUM," TI-152 4TH
OF JULY AVI., PHONE 2-2446.
FOR SALE: lay'. 26" bicycle,
cemalataiy recenditiened and
aainted, $25. Phada lalbaa
1325.
FOR SALE: Queniat huH at
$400 aach. Chevrelet Panel and
Statien Waen. Phana 3-4905
Panama.
FOR SALE: Christ mat recerdi,
clauic and aepul.r AGENCIAS
DIAZ. I7th Straat ff-A. Open
until 10 a.m
FOR SALE: Child'i desk and
chair, $5. Phana lal. 2-3464.
XMAS PRESENT:, NICE
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR
PEAR ONES AND FRIENDS.
DON'T WASYE YOUR TIME
-JUST COME AND SEE A
LARGI SHIPMENT JUST UH UH-PACKID.
PACKID. UH-PACKID. "LUM," TI-152 4TH
OF JULY AVE., PHONE 2-2446.
FOR SALE: Tin cam, cylindri cylindrical.
cal. cylindrical. I Vj, I and Vi gal. sites
Apprex. 10,000. Reasonable
prices. Phana Colon 1654.
FOR SALE: Boy s 26-in. bicy bicycle,
cle, bicycle, vary load condition $18;
alee a "Reichert" violin, made
iM Germany in 1899, sacrifice
SI 00. Inquire 0599 Bayane St.,
Ancan, Apt A, Brown.
FOR SALE: Year eld Brueprinkt
Hi-Fidality and radle c.mblna c.mblna-tlan
tlan c.mblna-tlan with $50 werth af records.
$250, No 98 17th Street, Paiti Paiti-Hs.
Hs. Paiti-Hs. Phana Panama 3-0112 after'
6 a.m. .
FOR SALE: One Siameae kit kitten.
ten. kitten. Call 85-3225 far appoint appointment
ment appointment FOR SALE: New 21" RCA Tal Tal-evieien
evieien Tal-evieien aat. Phene Curundu 4181
5123.
FOR SALE: Lionel Pennsylvania
dlesel electric lecomotive. Reas Reas-anable
anable Reas-anable Call Balbaa 2729.
Big Mormon Church
Up In New England
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. -fUPl-
The largest Mormon church wer
bunt in New England was dedi
cated in historic Cambridge this
fall.
David O. McKay, president of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
ter-Day Saints, came here from
. I the faith's headquarters in Salt
Lake .City to dedicate the $350,-
000 edifice.
Of Georgian Colonial design,
the building includes a chape)
classrooms, recreational facilities

and offices for the Mormon faithl
in this area. I Official estimates for Sent. 1,
The new church has some 60011956 place the average farmer's
members in Boston, Cambridge I working day at 10.2 hours. The

and other neighboring communi communities.
ties. communities. Joseph Smith, founder of the
Mormon faith, was a native of
New Engand, as was his sue-
cessor, Brigham Young.

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

George Gobelin First Film

1'

"The Birds and The Bees," marking the movie debut
of television comic George Gobel, will open at the Lux.
The comedy with music stars Gobel, Mltsi GaynOr, David
Niven, Reginald Gardiner and Fred Clark. In VistaVision
and Technicolor, it has Lonesome George as a millionaire
shake hunter mixed np with a trio of card sharks. Preview Preview-erg
erg Preview-erg have tabbed it one of the year's funniest films. See
"THE BIRDS AND Till BEES" which OPEN ON DECEMBER
27 AT THE LUX.
Valuable prises will be given on Th"""1- 7tK 5:00
and 9:00 p.m. to children and adults.

1 MISCELLANEOUS!

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Wonted Position
CATERER effen bar services.
At teas, cacktaH parties, dinners,
luncheons. Call Gambea 6-446.
EXPERIENCED English stenogra stenographer
pher stenographer with knowledge af Spanish,
wishes full er part-time work,
P.O. Bex 387, Ancan, C.Z.
Mararila Baptists
To Hold Christmas
Program Tomorrow
The First Baptist Church, Mar
garita, will present its annual
Christmas program tomorrow 7:30
p.m. in the church auditorium.
Sixth Street and Margarita Ave
nue, Margarita. The public is in
vited to attend.
The program will include con
gregational singing of carols, a
special Christmas program by the
children's department under the
direction of Mrs. John Amigh, and
the Nativuy of Christ in scripture
and song.
Music for the Nativity scene will
be presented by members of the
cnurcn choir, participating as an
gels, shepherds and wisemen. Miss
Connie McClain will portray the
Virgin Mary and Elvin Austin will
represent Joseph in the manger
scene.
Mr. Douglas Patterson will sins
"Silent Night" as a solo during
the program.
As the wisemen sinv anA m.
, O pv
tray bringing their gifts to the
innst unid, the congregation al
so win come to the manger bearing
their "Jesus Jars" as their Bifts
and offerings to the church's T,nt,.
tie Moon Christmas Offering, fori
flirthrinrr mlaaJA. -t i 1
.vnuui uusaiuu wuik Ui ine
soutnern baptist Convention
throughout the world.
Rev. Fred S. Roth, pastor of the
Margarita Baotist Chnmh
to the public ft cordial invif-.ati nn (
the Christmas program and the oth
er acuviues of the church.
8-Hour Workdoys
been For Farmers
ALBANY. N. Y.-aiPpa.
era in New York tat ar th
rest of the nation may be nearing
an eight-hour work day some something
thing something most others have been en enjoying
joying enjoying for some time,
Government records show that
m 1946 the average farmer
worked 11.5 hours a day, and in
some states the figure was as
high as 13 hours, a day.
decrease is presumed to have
come about through more moden'
farm equipment, machinery aI
i advanced techniques of fertilizing
The trend toward fewer hours is
expected to continue.
iV

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hat, celd water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Slat Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 er
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartments: living roam, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. 4th of July Ave. No. Tl-3-52,
facing entrance to Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights Inquire same build building
ing building 1 1 to 12 and 5 to 6 p.m. or
2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms (one air-conditioned
I, living room, dining
room, perch, maid'a 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, garage, maid's
room with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Santuario
Nacional, $95. Phono 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished er un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, 2-bedroom apartment
at "El Cangrejo" near Hotel El
Panama. Living dining room,
bathroom, kitchen, hot water,
maicl's ream and bathroom, love lovely
ly lovely lawn. For information call
3-6796, Panama City.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, parlor-dining room,
bedroom, kitchen screened, til tiled,
ed, tiled, $55 Apply No. 112 Via Bc Bc-liiario
liiario Bc-liiario Porrat, near Roosevelt
Theater.
FOR RENT: Furnished, apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army inspected. Inquire
Janitor at Tl 88, next to Swift
& Co. er phone Hopkins, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2966.
Bachelor looking for same to
share two-bedroom apartment.
Completely furnished, new build building
ing building in El Cangrejo, near El Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Phone 3-6852 after 2 p.m.
FOR RENT: Apartment, just
painted, concrete house, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
yard, $50. "Urbanixacion La
Pradofa," facing La Garantia
i factory Phone 3-2796.
Degree is His
After 44-Year
School Course
NORMA, Okla. -(UP)- Aft
er 44 years, 63-year-old Stanley L,
Moore of Norman should finally
get a degree in enginering a tth
University of Oklahoma here
next June.
"I alwavs wanted to set a de
gree," Moore said. Now he s only
eight hours away from the cher cherished
ished cherished sheepskin.
"If there are no conflicts," he
said, "I'll make it by June."
Moore first enrolled as a col
lege freshman at the University
of Kansas in 1913. He left a cou couple
ple couple of years later to serve as
principal of a consolidated school
at Halltt, Okla. He served in the
infantry during Word War I.
In 1921 Moore came to Norman
and .opened a garage. It was in
that year that he started taking
law courses at O.U.
When he found he couldn't op
erate his business and study law
at the same time, Moore again
gave up his studies. But the ga
rage business grew tremendously
during the years of World War
II. Moore sold it after the war.
He said he wanted work that was
not so demanding physically.
It was then he again picked up
his university studies. He became
a laboratory technician in tWe en engineering
gineering engineering college at O.U., taking
four or five hours work each se
mester.
Although Moore is not employed
as a teacher at the university.
he has considerable responsibility
in maintaining and repairing en engines
gines engines and special laboratory
equipment.
Moore said he probably won't
O.U. for some 19 semesters and;
six summer sessions, and all, the
time his eyes have been on a de-'
gree in general engineering.
Moore said he probablf won ti
become a full-time teacher after,
he gets the degree because of his
age, but he might teach one or
two courses on a part-time basis.
He'll Be Shaken
WEST PATERSON,' N.J. Dec.
22' (UP) To Stanley Machus Machus-zek,
zek, Machus-zek, the proposed Bergen-Passaic
expressway alignment 'means
nothing but double trouble. The
projected all g n m e n t runs
through the factory where he
works and the house in which

rQR RENT
Miscellaneous

FOR RENT: Farm, one acre.
Living-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, $75 Mile 8, Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway. Information:
Phone Roberto Benedetti 2 2-1078.
1078. 2-1078. Position Offered
WANTler T.V. Technicians,
full and part time. Excellent fu future
ture future for good men. Far inter interview
view interview come to U.S. Television,
around the corner of Sears or
Phone 2-4616.
Young lady or man, bilingual,
experienced correspondence and
accounting, wanted for responsi responsible
ble responsible position. Only handwritten
application accompanied by pho photo,
to, photo, detailing previous held posi position
tion position and references and stating
desired starting salary will be
considered. Address "Secretary,"
Apertado 4453, Panama
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water,
fenced. 7th Street Golf Heights.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.

Are You Looking for TOYS?

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LA M0DA AMERICANA
Central Ave. 17-18 (Opposite the Savings Bank)

Richard Widmark Selects
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Richard Widmark appreciates money as well as the
next man, provided the next man has an almost puritanical
artistic conscience. Proof of Widmark's puritanical artistic
conscience Is the fact that, In the past year, he .turned
down a cool half a million dollars worth of contracts be because
cause because the roles involved, though not bad, were not "strong
and outstanding." Widmark's notion of a strong and out outstanding
standing outstanding role is obviously, since he consented to take it
the one he plays in "Run For The Sun," filmed in
Superscope and Technicolor. "RUN FOR THE SUN" OPENS
ON DECEMBER 26 AT THE CENTRAL.
Valuable prizes will be given on Wednesday 26th, 5:00
and 9:00 p.m. to children and adults.

PRE-RELEASE
DECEMBER 25

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Esther Williams in the first dramatic and first non non-swimming
swimming non-swimming starring role of her career is the enticing film
fare offered by "THE UNGUARDED MOMENT," Universal Universal-International
International Universal-International suspense drama in technicolor OPENS AT
PRE-RELEASE ON DECEMBER 25 AT THE LUX with
George Nader and a sensational young newcomer named
John Saxon in the other starring spots. Also in this tale of
a beautiful young high sc'iool teacher menaced by one of
her pupils and his woman-hatintr father are such top-flight
actors as Edward Andrews". Les Tremayne and Dani Crayne.
"THE UNGUARDED MOMENT" OPENS AT PT" RELEASE
ON DECEMBER 25 AT THE LUX.

RESpRTS

Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the bast bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni convenience
ence convenience Moderete prices. The
now management is anxious to
servo you.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
I
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
each. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
LOST b FOUND
LOST: Argus C-3 camera, be between
tween between house 5508 and Diablo
docks, Thursday afternoon. Find Finder
er Finder please return to 5612 Diablo
r call W. Trout, 2-3238. Reward.

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Final Tally: Ike Won by 9,553,349

AN INDEPENDENT

Mama

ataman

"Lei tflie people mow fVe fruji mil the country is af' 'Abraham Lincnb:

'atSTiaoMtWlt citizenship to live in Rus;
,SiaP Thi Armv "Innounced that Makar had "limited access"
? ZL?Tl? White sands, N.M., proving pounds.

where rockets and missiles are tested.

In Fog-Gripped Scene, 2 Widows
Doctor Charged in Killing Dug Up

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1956

FIYt CaWTt

Montgomery Bus Integration
Faces Big Holiday Test Today

EASTBOURNE. England Dm.
22 (UP) Scotland Yard detcc detcc-??
?? detcc-?? Vu..u. a th. hodies of two

v",. "Mr. widows at

SawnW of agonal
evidence they hope will ham? Dr.
J Bodkin Adams for murder.
A thick fog swirled by an icy
wind from the sea almost blotted
out the figures of the grave grave-diggers
diggers grave-diggers who worked in the reflect reflect-"j
"j reflect-"j f Brest searchlights

while Detective Supt. Herbert

Hannam watclied impass.vciy.
It was Hannam who cracked the
ease of the wealthy widows and
arrested the 57-year-old dodoi on
Charges of murdering w e a 1 1 h y
Mrs. Edith Alice Morrell, 81, a
woman the pudgy doctor said
''was dying in any event.
: Hannam asked the two graves
fee opened in cemeteries five
miles apart on the outskirts of
this resort town, richest in Eng England,
land, England, where many aged persons

come iu ., ...
fThey contained the bodies of
r.. l.,llo Rradnum 85. a Widow

who died In 1952, and Miss Clara
Neil-Miller, a spinster who died
kt the age of 87. Like : Mrs. Mor Morrell,
rell, Morrell, also a patient of Adams, they
I.' .ntA tn have dield o f

Vralthrombosis" after
Whaf not yet named

mi., unnpflrisfrv whose n i m e

cropped up in case after case as
feannam carried out to wth :
Jong painstaking investigation of
I, 8jiu. mnr than 20 elder-

rp But' on one count Ad Ad-Lm?
Lm? Ad-Lm? s accused of stating falsely
"e did not benefit from Mrs. Mor-
"They w"e the sixth and seventh
persons to be linked outright lr, the

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case. Hannam also has inquired
into the deaths of Amy Constance
ClaverinB L'Anson Ware; James

Priestly Down, 88, Aiirea J o n n
Hullet, 71, and Mrs. Gertrude
Joyce Hullett, 50. They, too,
changed their wills.
Adams was formally charged
with murder yesterday then taken
to London's Brixton prison where
he will await trial. It is to start
Jan. 14, probably in the central

criminal court at the Old Bailey
where many of, Britain's detective

story murder cases have come to

trial.

Just about the time a womon
thinks her work is done she be becomes
comes becomes o grandmother.

Federal Judge Rules
On Passport Denial

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)-A
federal judge ruled today that the

government can use secret mfor

malion in denying a passport

and can withhold the source of

the information if disclosure

might damage U.S. foreign policy.
Federal District Judge Joseph
C. McGarraghy handed down the
ruling in denying a passport for
the second time to Weldon Bruce
Dayton, Corning, N,Yt, a cosmic
ray scientist. Dayton has been
seeking a passport since 1954 for
a trip to India.
McGarraghy originally denied a
passport to Dayton last February,
upholding the state department's
use of confidential information in
rejecting his application. The de department
partment department said Dayton had associ

ated with persons of questionable

lovalty but gave no details.
The U.S. Court of Appeals later

sent the case back to McGarraghy

for a re hearing. It ordered the

state department to explain what
the confidential information was

and why it should not be dis
closed.

The appeals court did not rule
on a key question whether the

deoartment has a nent to use con

fidential information in withhold withholding
ing withholding a passport. Several cases re revolving
volving revolving around the issue are ex

pected to be settled iinauy oy, me

Supreme court.

Dayton, an employe or me
Corning, N.Y., glass works, want

ed to spend a yeat in Bombay

working at the Tata insuiuie oi
Fundamental Research.

Weather Or Not
. .1. M

Thii weather repert for rn
hours iflint p":
pared by the Meteorological and
Hydroirephie Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company s
BALBOA CRISTOBAL

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec. 22
(UP) Capacity holiday crowds
on buses long divided by Jim CroW

laws will test today the strength
of integration of public transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Only one instance of violence and

some strong language yesterday
marked the first day that Negroes

were permitted in the front seats

of buses along with whues.
Officials feared there might bo
trouble as the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays brought Saturday shopping
crowds into Montgomery.
Many Negroes bound by genera

tions of habit and custom, still

took back seats as usual yester
day.
However, a few, who ended i

year-long boycott to ride the buses

on equal terms, took seats custom

arily reserved for whites and

touched off minor Incidents.
Mrs. Janie Ruth Wilson, a Ne Negro,
gro, Negro, reported a white man slap slapped
ped slapped and pushed her as the left
a ttat the had taken in the mid middle
dle middle of a but.

Mrs. Wilson said the man also
threatened another Negro woman
who was sitting with her. She said

she did not attempt to retaliate a
gainst him.

The Rev. Martin Luther King

leader of the Negroes' boycott .of
ciy buses, called Mrs. Wilson

"the first real heroine of the tran

sition to integration. I hope that

others will follow her example of

nonviolence.

Negro leaders, hoping to follow

the law in the integration dispute

have instructed Negro bus riders

to take seats where they please

but to remain polite and avoid all

trouble.
King himself rode betide a
white man on a Montgomery- but

yesterday. The white pattengor
white man on a Montgomery but
yesterday. The white pattengor

wat the Rev. Glenn Smiley, a

Methodist minister from Now
York, who came to Montgomery
"because I am interest in non

violent movements."

Bound by generations bf custom

not many Negroes took advantage
of the free seating privilege which

weni uuo enect as tne Negro pop population
ulation population ended a year-long boycott
of the city bus line.

(T. Coleman Andrews?, Drew 029)

nresence of Negroes who not only the bug driver doesn't move him,, start, particularly on a Saturday

were riding he buses for the fhst then I'll move him myself,"' night In town.

time in a year but were sitting A jewelry clerk said if a Negro

amidst them. sat py mm ne wouia move to an- a iarmer sam ia iuc 10 eve

But one white man, A. F. Shaw, notner seat out Tin worry- ine au iuux luan come w we
said "if a Negro sits by me anding about what a hothead might I city "10,000 strong." ..

Consumer Dollar Shrinks to 50$
In Retail Purchasing Power

$1.00 j

TODAY'S CONSUMER DOLLAR BUYS JUST HALF Of WHAT It WOULD 17 YIAR1 AM
'Baled on U.S. Department cl Labor lUtiilici

WASHINGTON. Dec. n-(UP)

President Eisenhower flefeatwti

Democrat Adtal Stevenson in
the presidential election last
month' by a record vote of 35, 35,-582,236
582,236 35,-582,236 to 26,028,887, according
to final official returns.

However, the final official re

turns also showed that despite
the tecord vote, a larger, per percentage
centage percentage of potential voters

stayed away from the polls tnan
in 1052.
Final returns certified by
secretaaes of state In aU 48
state became available only
late yesterday when Rhode Is
land completed counting its
absentee ballots.
The official totals showed Mr.

Eisenhower stopped Stevenson's

second try for the Wiute House

by a landslide margin of 9,553,-

348 votes.
He captured 57.28 per cent of
the popular vote, compared with

his showing or 55.4 per cent in

1952. in setting a new presiden presidential
tial presidential vote-getting record, he
polled 1,644,084 more votes than

he did four years ago.

The grand total of au vs.ua

votes also set a hew record of
62,118,936, compared with the
previous high of 61,551,919 in

(NEA Newschart)
BUYING POWER OF DOLLAR SHRINKS Chart shows how the cost of living, now at a
record level, has practically doubled since 1939, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Translated into purchasing power, this means that the average family's dollar today buys
half of what it would buy J7 years ago. Pood prices axe almost two and one-half times
higher than in 1939. Clothing costs are slightly more thin double their 19J9 level. Rents,

on tne other hand, are oniy nan again as nign.
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IB the Nov. election Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson won 41.84 per cent of
the iota! vote, States Rights
Candidate T. Coleman Andrews
received 1.29 per cent. Other
scattered miner candidates got

a total of 8.53 per cent.

m sm ddt mnt ftf T

102.743.000 persons estimated

enough to vote. Four years
62.7 ner cent of Americans

Downgraded Stalin
Gets Red Brushoff

newspapers today completely

sef Stalin's birth.
Last year, all newspapers fron

ms of all mankind.

This year's anniversary wss th
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Over Proposed Invitation To Tito

Cost Of Living Soars
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)-

A sDeclal House committee re

commended yesterday that the
legal limits on campaign spending

be raised by the new congress
and that all campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions be fully disclosed.
But the five-man committee in investigating
vestigating investigating campaign spending
said it could not recommend any
specific legislation because nobo nobody
dy nobody seemed to agree on the de details.
tails. details. The committee alto split a a-leng
leng a-leng party linet on whether an
investigation should be conduct conducted
ed conducted to determine if Rep. Robert
Halt (R-Mc.) actually won
hit bid for reelection against

Democrat James C. Oliver by
29 votes.
The three committee Democrats
urged the investigation, but the
two Republicans, in a minority

report, charged that the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was "void and of no

effect" because it went beyond

the committee s legal authority.
The committee, headed by Rep.

Clifford Davis (D-Tenn.), said

that alcbough it could not recom

mend specific legislation on cam campaign
paign campaign spending everybody seemed

to agree that new legislation is

needed.

Most went to the rear as Usual:

some sat in pairs in forward seats

and only a handful took seats di directly
rectly directly next to white passengers.

5a t Near Front
King and Smiley sat near the

front of the bus. Two other Negro

ministers also had forward seats.

At one point a white man called
to photographers on the bus "take

the black S. O. B.'s picture before

he leaves.'" mere were more
photographers on King's bus than

regular riders.
The only case reported of

white passenger voluntarily sitting

beside a Negro was that of

white ten cent store clerk who
took a seat without hesitation next

to a Negro maid on a crowded

bus. There were a few exclama exclamations
tions exclamations from other passengers but

no trouble.

The integrated bus riding began

a day after a V. a. marsnai
served an injunction on state and
city officials against further sep separation
aration separation of the races on Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery buses. The injunction was an
automatic process that followed
the Supreme Court's refusal to re rehear
hear rehear the suit. It decided in favor
of 5 Negro women who challenged
the old Jim Crow statutes through
the federal courts. V

Although they certainly wilf ne

acceded as precedent, the high

court's findings applied for the
time being only to the city of

Montgomery.
There were some signs the In

tesration would "take" without

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too much hard leenng. une wji

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP) 1 to wipe out the rise in living costs..
The lost of living rose to another The living cost hike automatic-

new record high last month as ally brought pay raises of 1 to 3

higher prnes for new cars, fuel,
services, and house furnishings

more than offset a drop in food

prices, the government reported

today.

The average factory worker's

take-home pay and purchasing

power also hit new records. The
average pay for a factory worker

with 3 dependents rose 3 per
cent to $75.20, more than enough

Modern Svengali
Cannot Remarry
'Wile' Of 1H

MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Dec. 22

(UP) A modern Svengali, who

allegedly hypnotized another

man's wife into believing she mar

ried mm in 1776 has testified he
has no intention of marrying her

in mis me,

Jacob Apsel, 59-year old ma

chinist, testified in his own de

fense late yesterday at a hearing

on a zu,ouu alienation of affec affections
tions affections suit.

Stanley Werra, 44. charged An

sel convinced his wife they were

man and wife in the first of her

three lives, somewhere around

1776.

Hreprt white woman got off a

bus with s Negro man and wished

him a merry Christmas. Many
white oasseneers ignored the

Major Revolt Plot
Stymied By Cubans

HAVANA, Cuba, Dec. 22 (UP)
A revolutionary plot of major

portions has been frustrated here

with the arrest of 10 persons and
the seizure jf powerful bombs, Cu Cuban
ban Cuban military intelligence announc announced
ed announced today.
A spokesman said revolutionar

ies planned to blow up the big
bridge over the Via Blanca high highway
way highway entrance to the city and the
overhead rail line of the Western

Railway, among o crs. ina wide

spread program of sabotage.

Gun-Toting Gaels
Pinched In Dublin

Nixon Tour Blasted
By Hungarian Paper

BUDAPEST, Dec. 22 (UpJ-Tle
Hungarian government newspaper
today denounced Vice President

Richard M. Nixon s visit to Aus
trla as a plot to prevent "illegal

ly departed" Hungarian refugees
from returning home.

The newspaper Nep Szabsdsag

charged that the West has been

trying to take as many of the

14,000 refugees as possible "be "beyond
yond "beyond the sea.
5It said the Nixon tour was part
of this plot to "hinder the return
of illegally departed Hungarians
to their homeland."
Actually, few refugees have ac accepted
cepted accepted a government amnesty and
returned home;

The government of Premier

Janos Kadar continued to concen concentrate
trate concentrate On getting economic produc production
tion production under way and crushing re remaining
maining remaining sparks of rebellion.
In an annarent effort to set

workers' support, the government

released One of 2 labor leaders' ar arrested
rested arrested 2 weeks ago at the Belo

DUBLIN, Dec. 22 '(UP) -Eigth
young Irishmen, arrested a mile
from the troubled Eire-Ulster bor-

der. were charged in a Dublin

court tedav witn possessing unreg-

ktorerl submachine guns and

rifles.
The men were arrested Wednes

dav in a roundup apparently aim

ed at halting tarther raids against
North Ireland by the outlawed Ir Irish
ish Irish Republican Army.
The men. wearing an assort

ment of semi-military uniformsj

marched into the court in military
style, heard the charge and were
remanded in custody for one
week.
'

Werra, 4, charged Apsle con

vinced Mrs. Werra she should

have nothing more to do with

her husband. Werra also charged

Apsel took certain liberties. like

hugging and kissing Mrs. Werra

when she was in a trance.

Apsel admitted he had put Mrs.

Werra into a "reverie state" and
that she "possibly believes he was

married to her in 1776 during the

first of her three lives.

Apsel said he learned hypno

tism "out of thin air and from

reading good books.

"I got my education by candle candlelight,
light, candlelight, homespun like Abraham

Lincoln, he testified.

cents an hour for nearly 900,000
workers in the steel, steel fabrica fabricating,
ting, fabricating, aluminum, meat packing,

aircraft and can industries. Their
wage contracts are geared to the

cost of living.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics'

consumer price index rose by one-

tenth of one per cent to 117.8 per

cent of average 1947-49 prices, The
index has climbed to new records
in 5 of the last 6 months, hi

November it was 2.4 per cent

higher than a year ago.

Decline Likely

Bureau Commissioner Ewan

Clague predicted that living costs

this month will be about the same

as in November, with a decline

more likely than an increase. He

said they also are not expected

to show much change in February.

Food prices dropped last month
from October. Clague said meat

prices should tehd to go down this
month, helping to hold down the

price index. The usual winter

sales of clothing also will help,

ne said

In this connection, the Agricul

ture Department reported that

cents of each consumer dollar

spent for food last year went for

transportation costs. Ten year.'
ago the transportation costs was
slightly less than 6 cents.
The Bureau said new car or

Plymouth models came on lu ULUTH, Minn ., Dec. 22 (Up (Upmarket.
market. (Upmarket. But it added thar, ne. A." e.xP M,on "d !" otA"

Chevrolets and Fords, which cam

jannis 'electrical plant.

it

Radio Budaoest broadcast more

anneals for workers to resume

production. It was estimated that

while o per cent Of the labor
force was On the job, production

wss only S per cent of normal

WASHINGTON, Dee. 22 (UP) (UP)-Congpessionsl
Congpessionsl (UP)-Congpessionsl storm clouds began
gathering yesterday around Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's expected invi invitation
tation invitation to Marshal Tito of Yugosla Yugoslavia
via Yugoslavia to visit him next' year. One
lawmaker siiff he might resign in
protest.
The furor, relatively small now
but likely to grow if the invitation
actuilly is extended, wss touched
oft by a Yugoslav spokesman who
indicated in Belgrade that plans
fm- th visit are becoming firm.

Rep. Alvin E. O'Konski (R-Wis)
said this jibed with tfhat he hsd
heard from an authoritstivr state
r,arttnnt source. He said this

source reported that ''overtures
have been made, feelers have
been seiit out snd, in response,
fito has accepted."
rt'trh.iri .Mud that he will

..." .rinu.lv'' consider resign

ine because of these developments

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He also ssia a uw ?'

.nti.Titn rttmnnnsiriuoiis in

major U.S. cities Snt1. possibly lead

to an assassination aueiwv.
son William E. Jenner (R-Ind)

labelled the expected invitation i a
"terrible thing." He said "it

.kt tim. w mrit dealing with

gangsters snd banditi and sitting

around tne comerencc mw
...

State department officials could
add nothing to ststement made
last Tuesday by Secretary John
Foser Dulles; -He said a ,, Tito
.... r.roivinff "sympathetic

visit w w j .u

consideration" ana recaiiea in

he held "worthwhile" tarns wun

the Yugoslsv chief! n i.

Under centHwraiMn
tv,.. nfficials conceded there

hsd been contacts with Yugoslav

ia's Communist government
the projected visit. But they said
the question of an actual invita invitation
tion invitation still is under "consideration
and I development."

White House rress aeeiij
t .. r Hffrtv said he had

no information on the Belgrade
"The Yugoslav spokesman, Brank
Draskovic, told a news conference
that as far as he knows the Tito

invitation exists in pnnciP.
He added that an Eisenhower Eisenhower-Tito
Tito Eisenhower-Tito meeting "can only be free
and useful for both sides.'
cniMiins bis threat to resign,

Arlri tnM newsmen that "at

least I could sleep with my con
science in not being part of a gov

L. 1 it 1 t 1

snd suicidal game.

inu is me most tragic cut

in nistory, ine congress m a

ment that are fearful that

and Balkan Europe."

sen. Alexander wnev (ii-wis

iii ,1,1, it, r. ucti in uie .r.,i

said .1 ii u i npf i nn nn a

visit snoma ne maae dv me aia

rienartment "tn the Hbt of a

the .fart as thev nOt at th

time.

Another committee member

John J. Soarkman (D-Alal

talk with him." He said Mr,

h will eonlef "in nil efforts.

to build a peaceful world."

jHome Explosion, Fire Kills Mother

5 Daughters Of '54 Xmas Family

Mystery Sheeting

Leads Te Death
Of Industrialist
CINCINNATI. Dec. (UP)

(i u gii ie i w ci r 0us w uw m

r.tVkAf nnrinill lav r fritlM

truuuucu ju uiv uij at vw imww

w- ....

Aiie, 54, vice President of t h'

Sue. 17. were killed.

Critically wounded" were Mr

H sn An, au. wire ana moiner

is. sue s triena ana ciassmatu

Mitmi i ni vnreii v in urinrn s tin

i' 1 1 1 1 ii i v wpi p sssiisin in iiiis ars

bedroom. A pistol was nearby..

JB IPW SII1II1II.IN IIRlltlt IiIIK XSilltll.I

Aiis wat in T.np miRisir nrnrnn

a i a ev am

m inc suns iCfiuiux hi uic sctu

nnr nanrnnmi vno nan nAn e

fired from downward angle,

Joanna Jones, a maid in

home, told police the shootinff

il i wr- i

rUM'llI I Pll 11 1 nan ra u m m 7

ment, heard the shooting.

went upstairs where she found

dead and wounded.

The sheriff quoted neighbors

ssying there was a party at

home Thursday night, i

.Jji. a i !. i ..a

in the House.

on the market in October, alread

are selling at discounts.

Clague said there were no signs

that the discounts were caused bv

"buyer resistance." He said he
thought "people have just gotten
usd to discounts and it is hard
for dealers to get away from
them."
Clague said that recent'y-au-.
thorized freight rate increases
may boost prices of many con

sumer goods and commodities. He

also said the Suez Canal crisis
and U.S. oil shipments to Europe
may bring fuel oil price hikes

Asked if he intended to Msrry
Mrs. Werrs in "this life," Apsel
replied, "How can I, I'm a mar married
ried married man."
Apsel said he put Mrs, Werra

into a trance to "give her treat treatments
ments treatments for corrective thinking." He
said that as a result, Mrs. Werra
gained relief from pain in her
legs. v

However, werra charged the
treatment also alienated his wife.

Apsel admitted he frequently tele telephoned
phoned telephoned Mrs. Werra, but denied
he sent her love notes.

killed the mother and 5 daughters

of Duluth's 1954 "Christmas Eam Eam-X
X Eam-X of The Year" in their hofiday hofiday-Uimmed
Uimmed hofiday-Uimmed home yesterday.
Mrs. William Clark, 33 died
when she ran back into the in inferno
ferno inferno to save her girls, Shirley,

14; Mary, 12; Lorraine, 10; Clau Claudia,
dia, Claudia, 9; and Ruth, 8.

The husband, his 16-year old

daughter, Gloria, and his mother
Mrs. Bessie Kadunce, were the

only persons to escape the oil

burner blast and fire.

Clark, a railroad section work

man, tried to join his wife and

dying children, but was- nnven

back bv the flames. Afterwaras,

he refused hospitalization because

"I have too much to thins anout

and too much to do."

Two vears aeo. The Salvation

Armv chose the Clark family as

Duluth's "Christmas Family of

The Year.? The Army contributed
$70 to make that Christmas a

merrv one for the Clarks.

This veair. the mother worked

as a dishwasher to get Christmas

W. Germany Okays
Draft Legislation
BONNY. Germany. Dec. 22 (UP)

The West German Parliament

looay passed a oiu setting a 12 12-month
month 12-month period of service for draf

tees m the new German army- dishwasher to aet Christr

The draft bill was approved by imnnev and she and her husband

the Bundesrat (Upper House) oi wound up their Christinas shop-

u null reaong oy a vote oi-wr to pmr'ij.BMl'eswr.1''1' y-" ""'
12 It had nasscii in the Bundestag Clark slaved Santa Claus at a

(Lower House). Salvation Army party Thursday

night and then stayed up lste with

his wife to trim the tree snd wrap

the girls' dolls snd other gifts. At
3 a.m. they put the final touches

on the tree, shoved the presents

underneath the branches and wept

upstairs to bed.

At 6 a.m., the family's nearly

new oil burner exploded and start

ed a flash lure roaring through

the modest, two-story frame house

The blast was so great tnat

Clark and his daughter didn't

know how they got out of the

house. Clark thought he was

"blown out." but couldn't be sure.

Gloria, dressed in her undercioth

ine, ran to a neighbor's and

called the fire department.

Mrs. Kadunce was sleeping on

the first floor with 6-year-old Ruth

She escaped snd wept afterwards

I tried to save tne baby nut l

couldn't. The fumes were too

hot."

Mrs. Clark also got out. But she

turnea ana ran in again, ner oouy
was found beside an upstairs bed,
close to those of her cirls. Some

of the children were discovered
close to the windows, indicating
they had awakened and made a

futile effort to escape.

Firemen alee found the charred

guts ana tne siceieien oi ine

Christmas tret in the ruins.

Cyprus Extremists

Kill Britisher

NICOSIA, Cyprus. Dec. 22 (

uAb viiiioi av uii ill iiAia v am

an Knsush ofticia of th Rrlt

Csble and Wireless ComttsnV

. V..... -t-- a l j a. iZLl r-

aia.

The victim was identified

af ca v.iv (j sail isuausiuij. nsiissm in i ii si

11 a rn ir Mnnnitrtr rn kti

ish equivalent of West. Point.

known us "murder mile becau

(ii Listr iiiiiiit-i iiii.i rAii rniiM si sr

His assailants were believed to

underground.

Punch 'n Booty

WASHINGTON, Dec. Zz (Dr)

Sign of prosperity?

Punch at President E'sen E'sen-hnwer'
hnwer' E'sen-hnwer' MeenA lna.iimral hall

Jan. 71 will Ii acrved in rlaaa

hm St Hi first UianarU

bail, in 19S3, it was served
paper cups.

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