The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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, SUNDAY
American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1956

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Governor's Greetings
Friends, Associates
Wished Gay Holiday
Seasons greetings and best wishes were given today
by Gov. William E. Potter, who wrote a special Yule mes message
sage message for friends and associates on both sides of Fourth of
July Ave.
Greetings Went out to members of the Panama Canal
Co., personnel of the armed forces, naighbors in Panama,
and representatives of the shipping industry.

The message:
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
"With the advent of the
Christmas holidays and the ap approach
proach approach of a New Year, it is a
pleasure to express in behalf of
the Panama Canal organization
cordial best wishes to our many
friends and associates in this
enterprise both here on the
isthmus and elsewhere.
"We are just completing a sig-
nlfl.sn von, In the hlstorv of
this waterway which is a vital
link for world commerce, we
who are intimately connected
with the enterprise realize with
gratefulness the outside help we
receive in the dally task of op operating
erating operating the Panama Canal. We
therefore take great pleasure at
this joyous period of the year in
Woutd-Be Bandit
lames Troubles
)n Hale Complex
atbTMATJT W N C. tftlPV- A
WouW-be bank bandit held in jail
here blames his troubles on a
"h.u mmnioy" he developed after
bis brother became the first Amcrd
iesa'iSMtter aiuw in aw-
Lee Roy Shadrick, 32, of Skel-
j. w ir. n. nf 11 rhitrlrp'l
ion, tt t., ""(, ., i
of s coal mirier, said, I loved
my brother very mucn ana i
wanted to get back at them for
killing him."
After his. brother, Pvt. Kenneth
Shanriik was killed, Lee Roy said
he joined the Army and was sent
to Korea. He was transferred back
T.ngti hnwpver. for "excessive
activities" against Koreans and
later received a meaicai ais ais-charge.
charge. ais-charge. He said he has not been able
to hold a steady job since then
and has been "bothered with men mental
tal mental ailments."
"Rvor ini-( mv brother died
I've had mental ailments," he
said. "I've been in eight mental
institutions since the War.
" Shadrick is being, held under
$15,000 bond here for leflerai court
trial on a charge of attempting to
hold up the Albemarle Home Build Builders
ers Builders Association.
The attempted holdop Wednes-,
day was frustrated when the man
rnrnr slammed a door in his fare
and ran for help, Shadrick was
captured a block away by a
passerby who grabbed up Shad Shad-rick's
rick's Shad-rick's abandoned sawed-off shot shotgun
gun shotgun and held him for police.
A mnn wouldn't mind letting 0
womon hove the lost word M she
didn't keep repeating If.
that Walt Disner tor

was learned that one of Disney's closest associates, D. Duck, had been seen making a trial run,
Asted If he thought he could "doctor" up the railroad, the Hollywood visitor replied he was no

evtiressine' to you our apprecia

tion and best wishes.
"I take pleasure in extending
noiiaay greetings 10 me persuu-
nel of our armed forces who
serve side by side wtih us here,
tn nnr fi-ipnrU onH tieicrhhnrs in
the Republic of Panama, and to
the representatives of the ship shipping
ping shipping industry both here and a-
broad with whom our dally tasics
are so cmseiy associate", uur
best wishes of the Yuletlde sea season
son season are also extended to the
many individuals and organiza organizations
tions organizations here in the Canal Zone
serving in a lose rilrert. hut Im
portant role in the successful op
eration or me f aanma uanai.
"To vnu. vour families, and
your friends, we in the Canal
organization express a Merry
Christmas and all good wishes
for the New Year."
W. E. Potter
Governor
Sing-Song Ladies
Ask Higher Wages
OSAKA, Japan, Dec. 22 (UP)
Geisha girls have gone on strike
in the nearby resort city of Taka Taka-razuka
razuka Taka-razuka to press demands for high
er pay, it was disclosed today. ...
Authorities said 120 of the sing
song entertainers have refused to
attend parties at the more than 50
inns m the city Until hotel owners
increase their commissions.
The owners have reiected the
gins demands and have threat-
eaed to import Geishas from
Osaka to entertain men at holiday
.... i iiuuuny
prtiues.
strike came- at a time when
the inns have their busiest seasons
with traditional "Bonen" (forget (forgetting
ting (forgetting the year) parties which are
ionowed by "Shinnen
festivities.
new year

Soviet-Leaner Set Churches
Afire Because Hates Religion

TRENTON, N.J., Dec. 22 (UP)
An avowed Communist sym sympathizer
pathizer sympathizer admitted -to police who
arrested him last night he set
two church fires "because I
hate religion and Communism
means truth."
Theodore Pravda, 35, an un unemployed
employed unemployed factory worker, said
he set fire to the Holy Trinity
Ukrainian Orthdox Church and
Sts. Peter and Paul Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Church Thursday night.
There were no serious injuries
In either fire.
Pravda said he recently
changed his name from
Johanese Boychuck because
"Pravda means truth." Prav Pravda
da Pravda is the name of the official
Soviet newspaper in Moscow.
The churches were fired only
two days alter Eiber c. Lucas,
40, a parttlme handyman, plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to setting four church
fires last Sanday and a $3.5 mil
lion blaze last March that de
stroyed St. Mary's Roman Ca

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THE GROWNUPS Weren't forgotten when Santa Claus visited
the jolly old soul hands out gifts to SP-3 John Jordan and
Kobber while Col. Norman H. Wiley, Gorgas Hospital Director,

Christmas Speaks Universal Language

As festivities Start For

Christmas speaks a universal
language of peace and good will
to all men. Customs and tradi-
"ons. va.rv. rom c0"nir.v
country. Dul every iano Peo
. avnress their earnpst. venrn.
pie express their earnest yearn yearning
ing yearning for peace.
In the United States, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas is both a religious holiday
and a time of family reunions.
Children and grownups look for
ward to opening the gaily-wrap-
tholic Cathedral and rectorv
with a loss of three lives
Detective whn ma if inn
ior rravaa m nis nome said
M ( .
tney had traced him through a
license number of a rented car
he used oh the night of the
fires. The Rev. Michael Zapary-
nuik noted the number after
chasing the arsonist across the
yard of Holy Trinity moments
after he had hurled a flaming
can of alcohol anti-freeze
through the window.
Father Zaparymiik rushed In
to the church and smothered
two burning tables with his
overcoat.
Police said Pravda had two
"master plans" for setting fire
to a number of churches and
the city hall. The initial plan
was called "first night of jus justice"
tice" justice" and the next, the "second
night of justice," they said. The
plans were found in Pravda's
safety deposit box In the Tren
ton Trust Co,

ped packages beneath the
Christmas tree.
Christmas In England is much
like that in the United States.
Children receive presents from
Father Christmas. Carols are
sung. Roast goose and plum
pudding are traditional at the
table. The day following is also
a major holiday Boxing Day Day-named
named Day-named from the time when the
village priest opened the poor
box to help the needy.
in France, only children re receive
ceive receive presents at' Christmas.
Grownups exchange gifts on New
Year's Day. presents come from
"Pere Noel" (Father Christmas),
who fills shoes lined up before
the chimney. The Yule log ap appears
pears appears in the form of a cake
served as traditional dessert.
Germany begins celebrating
on the first of Advent four
Sundays before Chris tmas.
Homes are decked out wtih red-
ribboned wreaths of fir twigs;
he big day for children is Dec. 6,
the birthday of their Santa
Claus. Two weeks before that
date, youngsters put their shoes
Out each night and find candy
in the morning, if they've be behaved.
haved. behaved. On Christmas Eve, the
whole family sings carols for the
Christ child.
In Italy, Christmas is primar primarily
ily primarily a religious holiday. Midnight
mass is widely attended after
traditional Christmas Eve din dinners.
ners. dinners. Gifts aren't exchanged un until
til until Epiphany 12 days after
Christmas. On that day, Befana,
the good fairy, flies in through
an open window and leaves
presents for good children.
In Switzerland, presents are
on one of the crack trains.
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Gorgas Hospital r0$l year. Here
Pvt-E-2 Kenneth Edwards of
beams.
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distributed on the Feast of St.
Nicholas Dec. 6. In many sec sections,
tions, sections, Santa is replaced by
Christ Kindl (Christ Child),
who travels in a gift-laden sleigh
drawn by six reindeer,
In Belgium and Holland the
children's holiday is also Dec. 6,
the Feast of St. Nicholas, chil children
dren children in the Low Countries fill
their shoes with hay for the
white horse that carries Saint
Nick from roof to roof. In re return
turn return the youngsters find candy
and toys.
Sweden's celebration starts 12
days before Christmas and Con Continues
tinues Continues through Jan. 13. Lucia,
the national spirit of Christmas,
reigns supreme. Many villages
choose a girl to represent Lucia
through tne season.
Iceland shares many customs
with Sweden. Icelanders have a
holiday-packed Christmas week.
Dec. 23 is celebrated as St. Thor Thor-lakur
lakur Thor-lakur Eve In honor of an early
Icelandic hero, and Dec. 26 is, as
in England, a holiday too.
In the Philippines, Christmas
is the time when families are re reunited.
united. reunited. No matter how poor a
family is, Christmas 1$ celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated as the most important feast
of the year.
BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, DECEMBER 24
HIGH LOW
8:40 a.m. 2:38 a.m.
9:13 p.m.
3:00 p m.

Father Of Turncoat Gl To Retain
Government Death Insurance Money

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)-
The government sak. today it can cannot
not cannot recover $10,000 in insurance It
paid to the father of a G. I. who
turned up as a turncoat in Red
China after being presumed dead
in Korea.
The former servioeman, Aaron
wuson, recently returned to this
country from China. He said he

intends to farm the 130 acres ofJVA heard he was alive, it tried to
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land in Urania, La., which his
father bought with the insurance
money.
Rep. George S. Long (D-La),
among others, has urged the gov government
ernment government to try to recover the
funds. But a Veterans Administra Administration
tion Administration spokesman said this is impos
sible under existing law.
The money was paid to Henry
Wilson, Aaron's father, on Feb.
21, 1951, about 9 months after the
Army said Aaron was presumed
dead in the Korean fighting. The
elder Wilson bought the farm on
July 28, 1951. Two days later he
received a letter from his son,
savins that Aaron was a prisoner
Became Dissatisfied
After the Korean truce was

For

Foul Weather
In U.S. Ups
Holiday Toll
CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (UP)
Fog and rain blanketed travel
routes through most of tne eas eastern
tern eastern part of the nation today,
and motorists got an early start
in piling up what may be a rec record
ord record total of holiday traffic
deaths.
Fog, drizzle and freezing rain
shrouded the airways and high highways
ways highways of the eastern United
States. Bus lines and railroads
reported accommodations jam jammed
med jammed and the fog forced cancel cancellation
lation cancellation of air travel in many sec sections.
tions. sections. Some 16 hours after the holi holiday
day holiday period began, the United
Press tabulation showed 68 per persons
sons persons dead in traffic accidents,
most of them in the areas
where a slicking rain and fog
made travel hazardous. Three
deaths were reported in fires
and four in miscellaneous acci accidents
dents accidents for a total of 75.
Typical of the accidents was
Ajne in Florida, where four per
sons died and four children were
injured in a pre-dawn three-car
smashup north of Clearwater.
Police said one car apparently
veered across the center line in into
to into another.
Illinois showed 12 deaths in
traffic. California 7, New York
tiand Michigan and Ohio 5
iebh. KK
A freezing drizzle was reported
from the eastern Dakotas east eastward
ward eastward to Michigan. Showers and
thunderstorms wet the land
from Alabama westward to the
eastern part of Texas. Snow de developed
veloped developed over the central Rock Rockies,
ies, Rockies, and the Kansas City Weath Weather
er Weather Bureau alerted travelers and
shippers to the possibility of
heavy snow and strong norther northerly
ly northerly winds from northwestern
Kansas to southern South Dako Dakota.
ta. Dakota. Panamanians Call
This, 'Botella'
LEXINGTON, N.C. Dec. 22 (UP)
City employe Hayden Sexton had
a readye xplantion when city of
ficials asked why he had been
paid $170 a month for Uvo years
of loafing nobody told him what
to do.
A chagrined city board learned
this week that Sexton had collected
a total of $4,300 during the pas
two years while he was not work
ing.
In October, 1954, Sexton was re
placed as caretaker of city lake
but was kept on the utilities com
mission payroll. He said he was
told he would be notified when and
where to report to work but never
received any word.
In March, 195, the city raised
his salary to $190 a month and
transferred him to cemetery ae
part men t but still nobody told him
where to work.
The board told Sexton to reoort
to work at the cemetery depart-
ment immediately.
reached, Aaron chose to go to Red
China. He recently became dissat dissatisfied,
isfied, dissatisfied, however, and was allowed
to return to the United States.
A VA spokesman said the Army
made an "honest mistake" in de declaring
claring declaring young Wilson dead and
that the VA automatically paid the
family his GI insurance. When the
gei me money oacK.
But a VA waivers and forfeiture
hoard ruled that the money was
not recoverable. The father said
he had spent it all on the farm
and living expenses. That was in
February, 1953.
"It's a littfe late now to try to
get it back," the spokesman said.
"Under the law, we've already
forgiven him."
The VA spokesman pointed out.
however, that the special board
acted in the case before it was
known that young Wilson had been
"brainwashed" and would not re return
turn return to the United States.
The VA spokesman also said he
doubted that the government could
force Henry Wilson to sell the
farm to repay the insurance.

Refugees

Hints New Look'
Immigration Laws
Needed In US

SALZBURG, Austria Dec. 22 (UP) Vice President
Richard Nixon today urged that the U.S. Congress con consider
sider consider "the whole oroblem of refunc" nnA nnt nnu

ot Hungarian Freedom Fighters.

Nixon arrived here today on the last leg of his fhret fhret-day
day fhret-day whirlwind fact-finding tour of refugee camps in Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. He will report back to President Eisenhower on his
findings late next week.
In a brief statement before newsmen at the Glasen Glasen-bach
bach Glasen-bach displaced persons camp near here, Nixon pointed out
the necessity for the Administration and Congress to take
a realistic look at U.S. immigration legislation

Glasenbach is one of the old oldest
est oldest refugee camps in the Salz Salzburg
burg Salzburg area. During the days of
Adolf Hitler's Third Reich, the
camp was used as a training
center for the dreaded SS se secret
cret secret police.
In recem
it has been
for refu-
too in
ait per-
r coun
tries.
Salzburg Gov. Josef Klaus and
members of his cabinet warmly
greeted the smiling U.S. vice
president when he arrived here
by special train from Vienna.
Light snow was failing.
Even in thfl "chill, earlv-morn-
ing hours, the vice president re
mained nis usuai anaDie sen
and replied in warm, friendly
words to the goverhor's greeting.
Nixon said he plans to inspect
the Camp Kilmer, N.J., refugee
reception center immediately
after returning to the United
States.
Nixon later traveled in Mu
nich for a f rst-nand view of
the Hungarian refugee airlift
to the United States.
Nixon's 16 hours In Munich
were completing his personal
picture of the refugee route
from the blood-soaked borders
of Hungary to the free alrlanes
leading to new homes in Amer America.
ica. America. The state prime minister of
Bavaria, Wilhelm Hoegner, Fed Federal
eral Federal financ minister iPrlt
Schaeffer, and state labor min minister
ister minister Walter Stain headed the
group of Bavarian dignitaries
who met the vice-president as
he aterraeri on tn t.h station
iWPrm here.
A guard of honor of the spe special
cial special duties corns of Bavarian nn-
Uce was drawn up to escort Nix Nixon
on Nixon to the convov nf rars which
carried the American and Ba
varian party to the Munich-
Rlem airfield.

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TEARS OF JOY With tears filling her eyes and running
down her face, Maria Mentes, one of IT Hungarian refugoei
who arrived in Boston, dramatically looks ahead to the atari
' of a new life in the United States.

500 Hungarians

Being Resettled
Daily From Kilmer
CAMP KILMER, N.J., Dec. 22
i.t V,.; iu'renop
. nungansns President El El-fofr'i
fofr'i El-fofr'i rd"ed admitted
7. "oa oiawa wm oe re resettled
settled resettled by Jan. 22.
Leo! Be?be assistant refugee
can be relocated by late Jan Jan-nuary
nuary Jan-nuary if the "current maxl-
daily is processed through
J5nteCTamp Kilmer reception
Beebe spoke to newsmen aft after
er after the President's committee for
Hungarian refugee relief, head headed
ed headed by Tracy S. Voorshees, met
at the expanding reception cen-
ftoiron out any klnJt th
relocation system.
Voorhees said the process process-ng
ng process-ng and settlement project
but would face a stiff chore
when the first boatload of a a-bout
bout a-bout 1700 refugees docks In the
United States next month.
He said 4381 refugees already
have been processed and sent to
new homes throughout the na nation.
tion. nation. Another 3822, are still here
awaiting re-disposition.
Beebe, appointed by Voorhees
to oversee the Kilmer operation
said the latest target date for
relocating the 21,500 refugees
was Feb. 19. This would mean
only 273 reassigned to new
homes dally.
Beebe said he was "optimistic
we can be finished by Jan. J2."
He said 519 refugees were re resettled
settled resettled Thursday 103 more than
received the largest relocation
accomplishment of the project's
brief life.



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FOOLS IN PESTIVITV, I was searching for tint
snowflakes and holly In Rolando's Hideaway the ther
day, but it seemed that -hen it rame to attemjt .lt a
White Christmas he concentrates on ice, plenty oi it,
chipped, and packaged neatly in a shot of Scotch.
Well, that's all right lor those who quite properly
want, to keep Scotland's labor force away from making
haggis, but I took shelter behind a beaker of the foam foaming
ing foaming and fermented, and set about rising ip this seasonal
situation. ,
First, there is the matter of Bed's Cantuta Cab. At
first glance it appears bestrew with the Yuletide spirit.
Hung with fine snow. Inspection reveals this to be a
thick coating of cobwebs. 1
I also pondered awhile on the extraordinary spirit of
understanding prevailing on the Isthmus th.ear,
whereby thrOUgn a special arrangement agreed upon by
Panama arid the United States, -some hundreds of Canal
Zone, workers ate to be given an indefinite Christmas
vacation.
this arWttigement will naturally cause one and all
to make with sundry "Hallelujahs" for the pleasure and
privilege of living in this verdant and blessed republic,
for think how much worse it would be taking such a
vacation in Alaska. I have been told that there's noth nothing
ing nothing like thinking about Alaska to prime the pump of
fondness for the Panamanian motherland, round early
January.
Then I worried awhile about the large candle on
Governor Potter's lawn, stacked all around with gift gift-wrapped
wrapped gift-wrapped packages. But no indication whether they were
for deposit or withdrawal. I guess once again the gov governor
ernor governor had had conflicting advice from the QAO and his
own accountants.
However, I do regret that my confusion over this
deposit or withdrawal business has led to my missing
the opportunity to: .
a) Beceive from Governor Potter an autographed,
beribboned parchment bearing testimony to the long and
faithful fashion in which we used our post box at An An-con;
con; An-con; or
b) Present the governor with an embossed blank
Panama Bailroad timetable for 1960, in which he could
fill in the schedules in whatever way intrigued him most
I don't know whether you think so, but I'm not one
of those exclusive Administration Building types by: any
means '.Vi 1 j
If I were going to give a present to the goteftior,
I would give presents to all sorts of other people too. In
fact, I'ye just been looking over a list of gift suggestions
which I did not get from any of the better-known mail
order houses. It includes these: j$
For Ft. Clayton's Col Peters Pecca: An attrfcti
do-it-vourself kit of the Capehart nousing project.
' For Panama Canal personnel director Edward A.
Doolan: Ah elegant' thermometer on which the degrees
are not marked by numbers, but Ph. D, M.Sc, D.Litt.,
etc.
FotjyflL Administration Building hands: A new ele elevator,
vator, elevator, in Which it will be easier for them to figure out

which Way is up.
For all.GIs: A morocco-bound catalogue of strata stratagems
gems stratagems whereby they can avoid getting tagged to tramp
around in squares on the Albrook cement at the Jan. 3
farewell review for Gen. William K. Harrison.
For Dr. Frank P. Smith, alumnus of the Office of
Price Administration medical school: A vellum-bound
copy of Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations."
For Dr. Frank P. Smith, alumnus of the Harvard
medical school of business administration: An alcohol alcohol-pickled,
pickled, alcohol-pickled, somewhat used appendix, presently the. com communal
munal communal property of Walt and Hindi and I'll never know
how many other Diamonds.
For Lt. Gov; H. W. Schull: A set of safety regula regulations
tions regulations for the operation and handling of sleighs and
reindeers
For the officer-ln-charue of the Albrook theater: A

pair of complimentary tickets to "Baby Doll, whenever
it gets to be shown in Panama. Ill
For all CZ cops: A record of Elvis Presley's "Blue
Suede Shoes."
For Marine Director Capt. Warner S. Bodiman: A
plaque for his efforts to get the billionth ton through
the Canal without anyone knowing how it was done.
For Gen. Harrison; A sheaf of foolscap for writing
his memoirs, and a suggested title, "From Panmunjom
to Panama, or My Years on the Runaround."
For Gen. Bobert M. Montague, his successor: A ca calypso
lypso calypso group of restricted PFCs to sing, "You'd Be Sorrier
in Suez."
For Gen. Truman Landon, of Albrook Field: An in invitation
vitation invitation to a Balboa High School PTA meeting (if any).
For T. F. Hotz, principal of Balboa High School: An
introduction to the pleasures of the Driftwood Club.
For the Panama Marlin Club: A discreet hush.
For Adm. Clarence Atkeson: A ship or an airplane
or a cayuco or something to be admiral of.
For the Panama Canal contraband control section:
About 10.000 1056 local-rate commy cards, available Jan.
1. These are expected to be still smoking slightly from
the speed at which they have all been used this month.
And for all Of you, you moth-eaten mob, Lauraine
Nilsen's story about the little Texan kid who confront confronted
ed confronted Santa Claus and asked:
"And what can 1 do for you?"
PEBCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is awash
with Yuletide sentiment, featuring such Dlckensian items
as the 900 who will be out of a job, and the 10,000 local local-raters
raters local-raters who will lose their Commy privileges, and tha
4000 Old Timers Who will get the same treatment a
estimated 300 US-rate Old Timers among them, and
scraping all the zeros off this unseasonable tale we fin finish
ish finish up with
9143
in which, considering the great quantity of bad luck
'it symbolises for everyone, there must be a shred of
good luck woven somewhere.
Even the redoubtable Anthony Eden couldn't figure
out such a totally losing deal.
A seasonal snarl towards you sickening crew. As
evidence of my tremendous compassion for one and alL
let me express the hope that the stuff doesn't all melt
before you get your icebags filled.

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est newest ; Cinemascope prodoctioiv 'WETWEBN -HEAVEN AND
HELL," openrnt; Tuesday at the BELLA VISTA Theatre.
Having chosen so imposing a subject, the delights of
love and the horrors of war, the producer Implemented his
picture with topflight talent headed by Robert Wagner,
Terry Moire, Broderiok Crmwford and Buddy Ebsen. Much
of the picture was photographed en location in 4he Hawai Hawaiian
ian Hawaiian Islands with interiors filmed at the 20th Century Fox
Hollywood studios.
"BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL" is an unforgettable
experience. A picture that you will talk about for many
days. Don't fail to see it at the BELLA VISTA Theatre. Opens
on Tuesday.

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Colors, and all detail absolutely
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CONVENIENT PAY PLANS

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Orders being taken for the new
regulation Police Uniforms for
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Tailoring as of which only
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STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING
TILL 9 P.M.
Frpm Sat. Det. 15 fill Dec. 24

Never has the Isthmus seen such
a Galaxy of Spott Shirts and Slax
for the Holidays.
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Opp. Ancon Poist Office

HARNETT AND DUNN GROUP IN PANAMA A group of dancers under the supervision of
local Instructors Harnett and Dunn, who have completed a series of Christmas appearances
on the Canal Zone, which Included the Gorgas Hospital, moved over to Panama yesterday
with their first show at the National Guard Gym. Children from local orphanages and chari charitable
table charitable institutions attended. The troupe is scheduled to appear at the Santo Tomas Hospital
today. Al Martin and his orchestra will play music. In the picture are student dancers Va Valerie
lerie Valerie Spencer, Marion Bradley, 'Barbara Parker, Arthur ByStone, Gaye Maple and Harnett
and Dunn. i

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your business to shop here for men's
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reception.

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T-Shirts
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Stretch Seeks
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Hickok fr Smart
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Underwear
From 3 for 2.00

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die A 1 1 di0, we give you a beautifu and
fm e. useful novelty gift.
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humid tropic weather. It is styled
along the finest and most mo modernistic
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tuning and true musical reproduction.
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lower follower their weeding, which took place Thursday. Mrs. Kelley is the former Miss Mary Alice v
Hicks, daughtttkif Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks of Balboa.

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(The engagement of Miss Mary
Elizabeth Lewis, a graduate of
Balboa High School with the class
I of 1953, has been announced by
i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F.
I Lewis, now of Pittsburgh, Penn.
t The nrosoectivc bridegroom is
I GeoraM W. Kiddecll son of Df
i and Mb. George W Kidder, of
? Amherst, Mass. ;
i Miss Lewis is a Senior at
J Swarthmore College. Mr. Kidder
1 was graduated from Amherst Col-
J lege, where he was a member of
Thata Xi Fraternity. He is now do-
ine 'Graduate work. in Biology at
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The wedding will take place in
June.
Yerkts Hold
Open House
For Visiters
Mj. and Mrs. D. A. Yerkes held
Open House at their home in Dia-

, struct ion Director of the Panama canal uovt., win give a
$ luncheon at Albrook Officers' Club Thursday Dec. 27 In
1 i honor of Mrs. William K. Harrison, wife of the Commander
in Chief, Caribbean Command, who will be leaving Jan. 4
f and Miss Jo Ann Potter, the da ughter at Governor and Mrs.
1 William E. Potter.
""'TVIiss Potter arrived here Thursday to spend Christmas

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bio Heights last night in honor of
their three houseguests who are
visiting from the States.
They are Mrs. Wiiliam N. Dam Dam-bach
bach Dam-bach from Wilklnsburg, Pa., Mrs.
Thomas S. Gulick from Chevy
Chase, Md. and Grover C. Pid Pid-geon
geon Pid-geon from Phoenix, Arizona.
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boa Heights Was the fcfhe of a
lovely candlelight ceremony at 7
p.m. Thursday, when Miss Mary

Alice Hicks, daughter of Mr.' and immediately preceding the pro pro-Mrs.
Mrs. pro-Mrs. Robert H. Hicks of Balboa,: cession, the groom sang "Because"
became the .bride of Mr. Kenneth,1 s tbe bride stood in the doorway
Duane Kelly of .Coleman, .Texas.'Vf (he church.
Reverend William ,H. Beeny The bride, escorted MA given In

tor, officiated at me uoume ring
ccremonv.
A lighted candelabra banked
with spruce branches was In each
window of the church, and the
chancel rail was line with white
candles banked with spruce
branches and white-tipped pine
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pantha aga-pantha and red ginger lilies were
arranged on either side of the al altar
tar altar where the couple exchanged
vows, and tall floor candelabra
were on each side of the chancel.
A silver star hung over the baptis baptistry
try baptistry with a small floor candelabra
-'benealh it. The pews were mark
ed with vases of spruce branches
and white agapantha lied with
white tulle bows.
A program of nuptial music was
presented by Mrs. Delmas Swaf-
ford, organist, ancLJIr. and Mrs.
Webb Hearne, jafists. Selected
hymns and Christmas carols were
played as the guests were assem assembling.
bling. assembling. Preceding tbe entrance of
the wedding party, Mr. and Mrs
Hearne sang "I Love You Truly."
and Mrs. Hearne sang "Together."
During the ceremony Mr. Hearne
sang "Weddlngj Pcajjer." The
"Bridal Chorus rWfjJpmLohengrin
was chosen, tor the processional
and Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March" for the recessional music
marriage by her father, was love
ly in a gown of white chantilly
lace and nylon tulle over satin taf taffeta.
feta. taffeta. Chantilly lace formed the
long torso bodice, which was fash fashioned
ioned fashioned with a round scalloped neck
trimmmed with tinv flowers of
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in points over the hand. The same
lace extended into a knee length
apron in the front and back of the
skirt, from which tulle ruffles cas cascaded
caded cascaded to the hem forming a chap
el train. Her double fingertip veil
of illusion was gathered io a Ju Juliet
liet Juliet cap of chantilly lace outlined
with pearls. She wore a single
strand of .pearls and carried a
cascade bouquet of white garde gardenias.
nias. gardenias. The bride's sister, Mrs. Robert

A. Chapman, was the matron of
honor, she wore a waltz length
I gown of sea green irridescent Uf-
leta. The long torso bodice had a
scoop-neck outlintd with two nar narrow
row narrow bands and extended into a
bouffant skin. A half hat of white
feathers, short white gloves ana
white satin pumps completed the
ensemble. The brides maids, Miss
Susan Knapp (cousin of tbe bride)
and Miss Marion Evans were
dress to match the matron of hon honor.
or. honor. All three carried cascade bou bouquets
quets bouquets of red carnations.
The junior brides maids, Miss
Margaret Pearl Knapp (cousin of
the bride) and Miss Mary Jean
Beeby wore mint green taffeta
floor length dresses similar to the
brides maids. Their head bands
were of white feathers, and they
wore white satin suppers, short
white gloves and earned small
cascade bouquets of red carna carnations.
tions. carnations. Miss Linda Prim was the flow flower
er flower girl. Hf floor length dress of
mint green taffeta was made like
those of the other attendant, but
featured a wide sash instead of
the long torso effect;- She wore a
white feather band in her hair
ana carried a basket of red carna carnation
tion carnation and white gardenia petals, .nl
of the attendant were single
strand rhinestone necklaces.
; The ring bearer was little Mark
sWoods, who wore a two tone urppn
unpen suit. Mrs. Paul Westlun.ll
served as best man for Mr. Kel-i
ley, end-Dr. Roberc Chapman, Dr.
Jonn Woods, Mr. Robert Snyder
and Mr. David Kapapa were ush ushers.
ers. ushers. The wedding Ceremony was foi foi-Jowed
Jowed foi-Jowed by a recaption at the
UiurW), to Recder Hall. Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Hicks, mother of the bride, re received
ceived received guests irt waltz length dress
of pale blue nylon lace over satin
with which she wore pale blue ac accessories
cessories accessories and a corsage of white
Thr bride's table was covered
with a white embroidered grass
linen cloth. A three tiered wedding
cake encircled by mock orange
and white aannantha in lh
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fS n i-!rv r?K uaiuced by
tall white tapers in i'Uver candle-
"7J A f,o0r cshdeabra
banked with spruce branches stood
behind the tabe. The punch table
was covered with an Army-Navy
cloth and a large bowl of white
agapantha and fern was in the cen center
ter center of the table. Baskets of aga aga-pantha
pantha aga-pantha and red ginger lillies
sprue?! branches, ferns and Christ'
mas motifs were used elsewhere
in the hall.
Mrs. Elmer Stevens, Mrs. Tom
Burrows Mrs Win. Beeby and
Mrs Daie Keigley were in charge
m 1dftions and reception.
L BMby was in charge
of the bride's boek? Mrs.. Lloyd
Peterson ser.ved the wedding cake
and Mrs. Ray Forbes, Miss Dotty
Cotton and Miss Jayne Peterson
presided at the punch bqwls
Mrs. Kelley, who was borfrin the
Canal Zone. HrarinotoH fw, u.
bonMgh School with the Class- ofj
is' and from wen,, : fJ,kietSM
HrfspiMl School of Nursing, Oak
Park, Illinois, in 1956, where rhe
has been 'employed as a nnrs
the past two months. Mr, Kellev
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L
Kelley of Coleman, Texas. He was
stationed in. the. Canal Zone with
im Armea rorces in 195 and 195S
U presently, in his senior year
at Oklahoma Baptist University
anawnee, UKiahoma, where he
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MERRY CHRISTMAS S .JFm
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Rock Salt, Chloride
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Doesn't Hurt Others
CHICAGO (UP) The League
of Wisconsin Municipalities has
conducted a survey on damage
caused by rock salt or chlorides
to concrete highways.
The survey was conducted
among 30 cities, according to the
American Municipal Association.
All used chlorides in some form
to control ice, and hah reported
some damage to the concrete.
But seven of the cities reported

no damage to air-entrained con concrete.
crete. concrete. A recent development, air-entrained
concrete contains bllions
of tiny cells per cubic foot.
These cells relieve internal pres pressure
sure pressure in concrete by forming tiny
chambers for expansion of water
when it freezes. The specia con concrete
crete concrete is made by grinding sinall
amounts of soap-like, resinous or
fatty materials into the cement
clinker.
Only three municipalities re reported
ported reported damage to air-entrained
concrete.
Twenty-one of the cities said
they now require all. concrete for
public pavement to be air-entrained,
or will require it in the
iuture.
Helicopfers Tried,
Not Found Wanting
oArvHiKSrlELD, Calif. (UP)
Helicopters soon may replace
men or skis as pack horses now
used to stock emergency cabins
ano cnecx snow courses in the
Sierra Nevadas.
The Department of Water Re
sources recently used a helicop helicopter
ter helicopter to stock cabins and check
snow courses in the Kern river
watershed at elevations from 5,500
to 9,000 feet.
A department spokesman said
further tests will be made this
winter and if they are successful
helicopters will come into full use
and utimatey replace present
methods.
majoring in religious education
and church music.
Oflf of town guests at the wed wedding
ding wedding Included the bride's grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Mr. James Z. Knapp of
San Jose, Costa Rican and Mrs.
Peggy J. Ellis of Houston, Texas.
After a brief wedding trip to San Santa
ta Santa Clara, the young couple will re
turn to Balboa where they will
spend the holidays with the
bride's parents before returning to
the States on Jan. 3. En route to
college, the couple will stop in
Coleman, Texas for a few day's
visit with Mr. Kelley's family
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THE STTNDAT AMERICAN

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Social and Oth

erwise
v-Continued

Ft. KUn

fiewt Wives

festive lunch

Christmas

Oficers' Cfi

Fully d

door

ft. Kobbe Of"-

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tredi

Wreaths on

and a bea

SB
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since all the Club windows j
en decorated bv Jan Lan

illustrate Christmas scene1

Critics Praise Cast Of Baby Doll';
Disagree On Suitability For Screen

N. Y.. Dec. 22 (UP)Movie.crit-

people going t o churi jcs today praised the perform-

snowmen. The hosiesses -. ances of the cast ot we conirover-

Theima Snieaelbere, Mrs. Do sial motion picture "uapy uou

lores Smith, Mrs. Sandi Grand ant; but disagreed on its stfitaDuny ior

Mrs. Betsev Flores had arrant the screen.

ee u. the foyetied.glittwing tables deeor,d wiJ The fflm. Erected by EUa Karan

AfflOia ana suvcr leaves, ana iae-anu wiuwu MJ ht

,kAm as thev entered

most unusual feajfaro awaited tneta

State Department

Slapped

ButFi

WASHING

State D

employes

tka I -I

red modoqy

...

mtfinp T,n ia&L

Peawita security program

. no.LSBr .mvM were

.,1, ? department

undet Pmida$. Eisenhower s
"l;-t wBe loyalty pro-

tram.

The State Department jgg
its secuffty pwgxam jnOctober
under the adminlrtrjajton of
Scott McLeod. The program was
Bcofci. m-n up what

Republicans called a "mess in the
5ePuoti:lw itt over from

lighted red and white cadies ada

Mi an nneina Christmas slow.

-.Festered on the program, which

is unaer the direction ot Mrs. i
helia Jerram. were ten Ft. Kob

Kc nirle whn uns "JpaniwLtp Is;i

Delia's "0 Hely Mght," Angels We

Have Heard un tugn, and a ca
twlla numhnr "Carol nf the Bells.

the young singers were Jane Ap-

pet, Merry Bennett;, UiHiy ueuu.

ca. Marge Foster, Doris George,

ftinnv Hapen Fran Mack Tori

tfcree Tapscott, Mary Louise Thompson

and t eegy wuaer.

The Clilb members and guests'

then joined in singing carols, and

available to wo v
VaT w tn three VeaTS th

"TLJnt-i Purity offices rec rec-department
department rec-department 4 actions;

SSJlffi r of reprl-

S and M temporary
sions.
For One Day

deoartment

ACtuauy for in-
emoloyes were suspended for m
Tactions of security rules and

nine others were;seni repniu..

None was urea. f
Informed sources said mostf
thesn.pension,wereforonedjl

mi x...m m 1 1 m i" 1 1 1 1 II I 11 T

"me mAii"

? jSrtfi-S rinf

35 toS "curity papers on

lock seaurity rues av
jock cMiw iAnn rvprsons

WoW thTstate'DTpartment

here and aoroao.
.c k..n.tin the ae

JSi.-WK S W viola-

ctiotu
M Wen Appeals
tt .u;.i, ovnlaimd that

Tne security u -"r-

Knowieogou u, ---

Is made in his personnel record.
S J ..i.l.tlu. nPClirS Wlth-

U a SeCOuU viuianwi v.-
in two years, both violations are

recorded m me persuuuy ir
The bulletin said that "relative "relatively
ly "relatively few employes of the Dpart Dpart-ment
ment Dpart-ment of State or the foreign serv serv-ic
ic serv-ic are responsible for repeated
violations."
il Mkdi Ma. than nne Mr

cent of all employes commit 12
per cent of the violations."
The security office also said some

50 persons myoiveo, in atm.
- i hmalal thp eases.

cases iitc ajiv -r u
About 20 won their poutt,. The se-

cunty once sam uiai m .du .du-cessful
cessful .du-cessful appeal information was

nally available to the, security of-

i;nme hH lie nrpmierp last niRm

llama mt rm s
for the benefit of the Actors Stu Studio.
dio. Studio. .

It was personally denouncea s
"immoral" last Sunday by Fran-
i. Porinal SnpHman. whoe X-

horted Roman Catholics not to see

it "undes pam of sin. ine
tional Ugion of Decency, Cath

. r. nn atfAnnv. ear

011C Ilini icvrcmus ao
lipr had elven if a condemned

rPU U At Inn Piotnrp Assn. award

lire muuvu .v.. -
edt the film its production code

seal of approval.
The story revolves around three
main characters. Carroll Baker,

n.hv Hnll Karl Maiden as

vw, u w nfluv uusa.

Santa dropped in for surprise Archie Lee Meisban, her husband

visit. Ater the program tnere was; and owner et a DroKen-aown ."-
- -i l i : i j fii Wnllook oc Suva

vaearrot the Sicilian owner of a

rival cotton gin.

a short business meeting.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)

Wallach discovers that Maiden and letter of the motion picture

X
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has apt fir tn his cotton ain be

cause it forced Maiden s out ot

business. Vacarro decide;, to get
either his revenge or evidence

through Maiden s child-wife, who

has never submitted to her hus

band.

Bosley Crowther of the New

York Times said. Williams is
"down to the level of pure 'white

trash' in this sarrinnic Hanv LHM1.

"This is the major shortcoming
of Mr. Williams' and Mr. Kazan's

film. Its people are virtually with

out character, content or conse

quence. Three of its four mam

people are morons or close to
being same, and its fourth is a
scheming opportunist who takes
advantage of the others' lack of
brains."
William K. Zinsser of the Her Herald
ald Herald Tribune called it "a slender
tale, perhaps too slender for some
moviegoers. It has a few thin
stretches and it comes to a cli cli-maxt
maxt cli-maxt hat is hackneyed and 'thea 'thea-frlo.l
frlo.l 'thea-frlo.l Still it is an unusually

good film. Williams' script is lean

and idiomatic, onen tunny, al always
ways always sensitive to human frailties

and motives.

Kate Cameron of the News said.

"It is a film that breaks the spirit

production code.

"The fact that the author ap approaches
proaches approaches his story of a reluctant
bride as a case history of a neu neurotic
rotic neurotic eirl and that Kazan Dresents

it on the screen in a purely ob

jective, clinical manner, makes

the events on the screen repellent."

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HE'D fit LUCKYAn enemy
p iot would 'be lucky if he lived
to see thisjrear view of Britain's
G 1 ost e r Javelin all-weather
twin-turbojet fighter. Virtually
a flying, guided missile plat platform,
form, platform, she mounts four 30-mm.
g ms as her basio armament
The ship, .built to operate at
aitltudes above 50,000 feet and
at near -sonic speeds, was on
display recently in London,
r"-rlarid.

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TAKING A LOOK at the locks Thursday was Rep. Morgan M.
Moulder (D.-Mo.) left. He -was accompanied by Maj. David H.

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Lueber, Sandra Carlson, Patricia Carlson and Ellen Doner appeared on stage as the ot&Hr
children sang "Hark The Herald Angels Sing. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Naval Offictrs' Wives
Taka Chriitmat Party
Ta 141 Naady Children
The spirit! of Cbautmas prevail prevailed
ed prevailed on the grounds M the Panama Panama-American
American Panama-American InstitutDec. 8 and-15
when some 140 underprivileged
children of the Guachapali Mission
wegs welcome guests at two
Christmas parties sponsored byd
the Naval Officers' Wives Club.
Hot dogs, cnocojate milk drink,
ruit and cookies were consumed
with glowing enthusiasm amidist
the holiday decorated area the

group moms and singing Joe- month when he dived into a sv
3oon.s fun was climaxed; Witt ming pool and cime up with a
i Cril4istnbttting Chris?.- Part in a new movie.

Reverend and. Mrs. Charles Bat

ler (directors o the Guachapali

Mission) provided at their home.

Ater

afternoon

Santa

mas lacks of candy and small

gifts.

The parties were made possible

by money from the weiare fund
of the Naval Officer's Wivea' Club

a generttis cash donation by Mi.

Milton Uenriques (manager of Cia
Atlas S.A.), the work of the com
mittee members, Edith Richard

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He's Robert J. Evans, an ex

tremely wealthy individual, who

was spending the last day of bit

vacation at the Beverly Hills hotel
swimming pool whn he was,,"di;-

covered" by Norma Shearer, The
former itar took one look at vanf
and decided he was a ringer for
hex late Husband, Irving Thalberg.

"It started a. cnair oi event

that landed me a part in 'M"an of

a Thousand Faces, the storv of

Lon Chaney," Evans said, stitt in

a state of shock.
' "Irving Thafoerf Was the- man
who gave Chaney his start in
riibvies, w y 'lr
"But I'm getting ahead of my

story," Evans went on

"I'd just come out of the pool
that day when Martin Arrougc
Miss Shearer's present husband,
approached and asked' if I was an
actor. I told him I wasn't. Then
he wanted to know If I would like
to become an actor.
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"I said no and thought that was
the end of it. Later Miss Shearer
called and asked me to do her a
favor. She said she was dissatis-

son, Virginia Ashman, Martha Pro Pro-back,
back, Pro-back, June May, Rachel Barr. El El-lie
lie El-lie Boyett, Myrna Hayes, Helen
Anderson, Myrtle Mangels s n d
Libby Hoke and the help of Cast.
G. F. Richardson, USN and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Cotley.
Christmas Clipper
Party At Atlas Gardens

Members of the staff, of Fan A
merican 'Airways enjoyed the sec second
ond second annual Christmas Clipper par par-vv,
vv, par-vv, which was held at the Atlas
Gardens last night.

tested to play Thalberg in the jjifc

"Because it was the "first time
he was to be depicted on the
screen she wanted someone with

a great physical likeness and tim4

uar projection to play the role..
She thought I was a natural for
the part. flj
"Miss Shearer was so sweet
about it, I agreed to take a screen
test."
A dynamic young n.an in a hur hurry,
ry, hurry, Evans Is something of a Thal Thal-bert
bert Thal-bert himself.

At 27 he is a partner with his
brother, Charles, and Joseph Pi Pi-cone
cone Pi-cone in the firm of Evans-Picone,
a multi-million-dollar men's sports
wear concern. Thalberg was the
duction genius who ran Universal
Pictures at the age of 19, and took
over MGM when he was only 24.
"My screen test at Universal-

i International seemed to be just

what the producers were looking

for," Evans said. "So I agreed to
play the role. It probably will be

my first last picture.
The studio offered Evans a long-

term contract with two pictures
per year. "But I had to turn it

down, ro lose money worning- in
movies," he grinned.
II fiaures. Evans hauls in more

loot ,1a a year than half a dozen

stars.

"I'm in the manufacturing busi business
ness business tb stay," he concluded. "It's
profitable and I enjey it. I'll leave
movie-making to guys like Rock
Hudson and Tony Curtis.
"After all, they aren't barging
in on my business."

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Christmas decorations were used throughout the clubhouse. Each members brought a gift which will -be donated to the
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Newsmen are Aiked
SIOUX CITY", la. (XP) A
journalism professor to'd editors
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rial Editorial Assn. they were partly to
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nenis.
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1936

TBI SUNDAY A MEXICAN

event in varyi
dertvirie all f
thf OIK thCftR

Christ HO

Wflfle I have observed Christ Christmas
mas Christmas in many surroundings, there
is ho fonder recollection for me
than the memory of the Christ Christ-.
. Christ-. muses of my childhood,

HOW WELL I
recall rehearsing
the carols fea- j
tured by ourj
church at Christ
pas time -the
preparation of
our choir robes,
my mother's
care in assuring
me that my hair

was combed just Hoover

right and my face scrubbed lrt
the honored tradition of all
choir boys on such occasions.
' The- serytfes M Christmas
mnrninrr n?ro unnnff fhp mflgt.

thrilling moments of my youth, to every sort of base trickery to
Th Hoiiohts nf tha trariitJnndl discredit the dauntless faith of

.sv v..a. 1

feasting and the family tree,
the joys of trying out the new

bicycle or boxing glovs twre yet
to owne. but thaw could birno
doubt ttt they merely addtd
trimming tor the observance of
the coming of Christ Into the
world.

TOE YEARS have wrong

change in many respect
complex culture seems to

lost a lot of the simplicity bf
former years. The real meaning

ti Bureau f Investiratfoa
Boo often drown drown-t
t drown-t the tidal wave of material
jf which erode the spiritual
ficance of the day.
Is indeed disturbing to wit wit-now
now wit-now Incidental ornamenta ornamenta-w
w ornamenta-w which should merely
to emphasize the theme of
Sefebraiioit-assume an im im-irree
irree im-irree bevond their due. This

;y nas given

easing com-

e day. ttev-

t are drowned!

jfoality which par-

ess in the name or
neer."

beginning of tha

there have been

tual seace on

ospects of the

e are naraiy

In the last

a. larite portion of

mankind has been crushed under
the ruthless: domination of god

less communism whose official

attitude Is' to extirpate religion
as the-, "opium of the people."

Thy-ve never been deter-

the sight of the blood 01

tyrs. They have restarted

deplorable tenden,

merciaflftstion of th

in a nise conv

dons any exc
Christmas c

present century,

eA .nd the p,

fnrt.v a"rs

rv.mtoU f

WOVfS

their hetoless victims, only

whett Otpd'and religion can serve
the Interests of their evil designa
do they allow a semblance, of
free worship.
FOE US IN AMERICA, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas should bring a deep realiza realization
tion realization of the blessings of freedom.
We should welcome the Christ
Child Into our midst and allow

rlth spirit of the first Christmas

to permeate not ony our nouur
but our very lives.
t ?lut FmUm Smict, Wakjpfln C

A Visit To Niagara Falls
By CARLOS E. GARCIA
English Professor, institute Nacional.

. 4 ;

an
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idate:

inauir-heard:

ifc is exacUv1 B 6'ctoc

Nov. 2, 1956. Suddenly
ins. nervous-like voice

"Everybody here?"
The answer comes m unison
"Yes,.. Mr. Luther."
"Shall ,we go Mr. Busdnver?
becomes, then, the signa fprr de departure
parture departure given by. that remarkhoie
member of the English Language
Institute, George Luther, leader u
the group on this ocassion
Tuat turned out to be the start starting
ing starting point of one of my most ex exciting
citing exciting trips. Our destination: th
majestic Niagara fails, master masterpiece
piece masterpiece of Ooo and real jewel, of
nature's rich treasure,
nevertheless, tnattss to a well well-planhed
planhed well-planhed itinerary of the joutuey,
it was possible to first visit sever several
al several cities and institutions which by
themseives toid us of the potential potentialities
ities potentialities and cultural power of this
nobie nation, inus, our first visit
was naid to the Toledo Museum

of Ans, a remarkable center oPoets would be capable of descno descno-culture
culture descno-culture whose collections place it "JS this wonder. Its magnificence,
among the .ten toremost art mu-.'ts beauty, its sublime grandeur
seums of the cotintry. 1 am at a1 made one, feel near God and rea-

loss f(frofds ta.-describe the dual-l'1" s supreme power of

We snent Saturday going to Buf

fain the famous city of which it

is said that there is always some'

tning interesting to see or do. We
arrived uMhis second largesi city

nf New York State at about 5 p.m.,

aad after being louged in one of

the best hotels, we spent the rest

of the evening doing whatever we

considered best.
Sunday morning was the high-,
light of our trip. In spite of tha
fact that weather conditions ap appeared
peared appeared unfavorable at the tlma,
ih confusion prevailing at tha
hotel lobby was indescribable.
The "Whore's my camera?,"
"Shall w bring our raincoats?"
pervaded the atmosphere and
iiiled it with relevant indications
of nervousness and excitement.
So, shortly afterwards we de departed
parted departed to witness th grandiose
masterpiece of nature: Niagara
t-jii in all its splendor.

Not even the most cultivated of

MEXICO CITY (NEA1 The

wild Pan American automobile
road race is beaded for the screen

land If you think bull fighting is

blood curdling, wait until you see

Mexican natives pretending the
speeding Cars are rushing bulls.
Art La Vovc. a fallow who
rode as a copilo in the 1953 thrill thriller,
er, thriller, wrote the movie script, "Max-

ic i Road Race," and those auto-

mobilenghtine toreadors in his

storv weren't born in a nightmare.
Mexican native vs. seceding
car is hist as aangtreus to the
1 01-mile rhoor racers as hair

pin curves, cratersised holes In

th reads and wandering cattle.
As Art tells it: "Natives in re

mote Mexican villages have no
sense of speed or knowledge of
automobile. Sut they're all ama

teur toreadors and village show

offs who just can't resist those

speeding cars. They stand smack

m tne miuaie o. ine roan
fluttering towel or a blanket as
you speed toward them. You shut

your eyes in horror as they side

step at the last second. It's

nightmare all right, but it's for
rear' 1

Mexico City's cab drivers, I can

aod, leave you shutting your eyes
in horror, too. But like New
York's cabbies, they play dodge
'em with pedestrians minus blood-,
shed. Also playing dodge 'em in
Mexico City's traffic are street

urcmns, some no more than lu
years old, who leap from curbs to

wipe auto windshields during stop
signals. A half cent in Mexican

money leaves windshields gleam
ing and the lads beaming.

There's another movie a lot
down hare south of the border
the story of a great airline

founded literally at "gun point

it's tha story of Mexican do

Aviacion, the Pan American

norm Airways t nutate, it was

started by a pal, of Americans
who war forced into aviation in

the days when thtre was a band.t
behind every other cactus tree in

Mexice.

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DEATH OF A SNOW MAN-Shdent Nurse Sue weisch takes
the temperature of her snow man in front of St. Vincent Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in Erie, Pa. A thermometer reading of 30 degrees and
rising indicates that her "patient" is not long for this world.

TO ALL CANAL ZONE PERSONNEL
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Buy your wines and liquors at
SILVESTRE & BROSTELLA S. A.

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Economical prices

Fast, efficient Hwc?
Gift packing

Tha Stort with tha largest assortment in wines and liquora,
where you'll find what ever you noad.

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ily and beauty ol'the glass coilec

tion, lamous paintings and scuii.

crea

tion. fter viewing the falls from
the Ndt'tM American side, it was

tures displayed there. Sufficient made possible for us to cross the

The late George L. Rihl, a
banker, entered into partnership
with another American and went
Into the oil business in Mexico is
1922. The company had trouble
ith banditry. Payrolls disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. A single-engined bi-plane
finally was used as an aeria,
bypass of gun tdting badmenf
When other organizations request requested
ed requested use of the plane for air-lifting
payrolls, Rihl established the air airline
line airline in 1924. Today, under the di
rection of a Texan, Elton Hoss
("Tubby") Silliman, the airline's
planes fly 31,560 mile., daily, link link-ing
ing link-ing Mexico City with Los Angees,
Havana and 22 Mexican cities,;
Mox-IUneaus Ks:
Most Mexico City policemen an answer
swer answer all questions asked of them
in English with the same reply
In perfect English, they say:
"I'm sorry, but I do not speak
English-."

Hatters Give Tips To Paste
in Your Christmas Chapeau

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) -There's

more to a aai man meew vne

head. To look right in a hat, you
have to start out with the .right

model for your particular -noggin,

you have to wear it correctly, you

have to take care ot it.
The following advice on all these
chapeau matters comes from the
Adam people and the Mallory peo people,
ple, people, who make the things.

WHAT MAT TO BUTT BaSlCBI-

lv. a hat should make you look

tall if you're snort, snort u you re

tall, slim if you're stout and stout

if you're slim.

If you're tall and lean, avoid a
hiflh crown: stick to a tapered

crown and a moderate brim. If
you're tall and stocky, you can
wear a full crown and wider brim
Short, slender men should wear a
turned-up brim with taper ed

crown, or the new slim orim. mm
stouts should steer clear of the

tow, tapered crowns and sport an

upturned brim or a wide ".nap

bnm and a moderate crown, sum
men of medium height can wear

a narrow brim and tapered crown.

WHAT COLOR T Choose one that out naturally. Don't use artificial

complements your skin t n e s. heat.

brown goes best with ruddy or If possible, keep your hat ill
Hark rnmnlpxionv Avoid that eo- hat box when you're not wearin

lor if your skin is tallow. Gray f. Be careful to keep hats off ra-

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be it to say U,at this institution Ci

fectively revives the life of centu centu-ries,
ries, centu-ries, and centuries ago.
From Toledo we proceeded to
the metropolis of Ciertiand, Ohio.
It was i here in Cleveland that I
had the opportunity to witness a
significant aspect on the tense
problem of racial discrimination
which the United States is now
confronting. I paid a visit to Ka -ramus
Theatre which enabled; ;ne
to see the promising social Inte Integra
gra Integra wioh of young men and women,
different in color skin 'but all lov lovers
ers lovers of the same flag. Alter per performing
forming performing together on Jttage, they
joyfully celebrated g : remarka remarkable
ble remarkable success. May thaiff. conscious

ness that skin pigment is only the

result of a common sociological,
rather than spiritual, and less so

cial phenomena, serve as an ex
ample to the rest of this country.
1 1 4

Canadian boruer thanxs to the

kindness of this neighboring coun
try's authorities. Along Rainbovr

idge our first impression of pow

Began to change subtly and

whisk broom. A dustv hat can be

Jiarmed if it gets wet, becaue tha

water thru the dust to mun.
If votf"fc a hatful of rain, push

out the creases and dents and yen

the hat as even ana rouna as pos possible.
sible. possible. Turn the brim up antl push
cut all the leather. Stand the hat
upright, on the leather, on a clean;
level surface and leave it to dry

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frorft
Gam dfastlich

eocs well with almost any sKin

tone. Green is good for all except

pale complexions. Blue is best for

lighter colorings.

HOW TO WEAK

Scout New

A NAT. A hat

should be worn chocked over the

right eye and barely tbuchmg the

rignt ear. "mat goes ror practicai practicai-Jv
Jv practicai-Jv any type," says Adam's Presi President
dent President Ben Parrill, "whether Ivy

League, flat-top, telescop tyrolart

or casual."
Also, don't vank. oull. tuc. hash

iwiav USUI VI UlHCIfII iiiniiiinii-

dje your hat while wearing if.

such tactics can injure your nat,
phvsical'y and splrltus'ly.
WHAT HAT WITH WHAT

diators or other warm surfaces

WHAT TO DO WITH OLD HATS.
They're fine for pulling rabbits out

of, talking through and throwing

The X-ray of the Mexican
mind as given to me by an Eng.
lish speaking guide. He painted
out a two-tquarebloek park in a

crowoea section ot me city as SUIT? Brown suits call for a
private." Thinking mayee it was! brown or gren hat, or sometimes
a sort ef dub anc' curious about; a blue; gray suits need a blue,

UH fHtll, W 1 1 I I m mnm uni urV III 11111.11.' DTDPn till

ac had previously been gran- m u i?"" : ZZi .T-uTr'-L.tt"!,..""::

t i - -- r" r f. 'i iHHi.i iuun v vt a was vamv w

deur became now a sublime dis

play of fantasy. Beyond was the
reverberating falls, resembling a
resplendent maid tenderly comb combing,
ing, combing, her long silver hair. Oh, d
lightful marvel which elevates to
ecstasy the most ignorant of be beings.
ings. beings. I doubt whether my eyes can

again see another such majestic,
superb and somewhat mystic spec spectacle
tacle spectacle as Niagara is.
And with our visitlb the Falls,
we reached our precious goal. On
Monday morning we started our
return trip to Ann Arbor. I will
never forget this occasion and will
always treasure it as the most pre precious
cious precious of all my memories.

"Because,"

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Weekend and hoHday amuse amuse-me.:
me.: amuse-me.: sections of Mexican newspa newspapers
pers newspapers are eyebrow-llftihg four

paxes oi movie tneater ads.
. . It's bus girls instead of bus

uoys m man; restaurants.

on Hotel's view of a penthouse

suite on a nearoy Building is rath

er siarmng in a land where the

average white collar worker
earns only $70 (U.S.) a month.
The occupant not only has a swim swimming
ming swimming pool on his private rooftop
but a spacious, emerald green

1a wn ror sunoamui and croquet

tray hats

CARE OF THE HAT .Brush it

freauontly brush with the nap

and use a soft bristle brush, not a

Troo to RP Building

The Girl Scouts of Troop 14,
Diablo Heights, bought a ssven ssven-foot
foot ssven-foot Christmas tree for a pub-

lie service building in Panama.
The tree was put up last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The girls had a lot of ffiri
decorating the tree, and many
different people stopped and
raved over the yarn and plaster
of-paris ornaments which the
girls had made themselves.

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ill wmwmLr frib i itwt

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When you give her a gift q

Diamond, naturally you

to give her the (inert of quality

and the mott magnificejttiof

design, for finest quattmmtre

always Casa Fastlich.

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Christmas tree, quite a bit taljer than She. The huge spruce
from sSwtaexico was hoisted into place on the Elipse recent y.
Doming in background is' Washington Monument, taller still.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBE1
racKS lop iiass norses in jpiuuu imie special

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

lAelendez, Alhajar Top
Star-Studded 7-Horse
Field irt One-Two Race

Seven of the track's best .g
Strides this afternoon in the featured $100 Siial
lor imported thoroughbreds over one mile at tne
president Remon race track,
f All of the scheduled starters except Eric are en en-fered
fered en-fered for the $2000added one-mile New Year s Day
Classic.

rre will ride the Cuadra Mexico

hnno J

The mile distance is a big han handicap
dicap handicap for Eric, which will be rid ridden
den ridden by weak-armed Gilberto Vas Vas-quei.
quei. Vas-quei. Paquiro could surprise over
this distance under his light weight

of 105 and improved jocaey dw
lio Baeza. ?

Nine other interesting r
complete the program.
Gold Dust

Melendez and Alhajar, winners
Seir last times out, loom as the
.-favorites in the betting. How However,
ever, However, the Luis H. Farrugia trained
entry of Mossadeq and Opulento
.re sure to be heavily backed in
the mutuels too. Town's Wall, Pa Paquiro
quiro Paquiro and Eric figure to be out out-aiders.
aiders. out-aiders. Melendez was an impressive
winner over Polemon in a i mile
thriUer his last time out. Alfredo
Vasquez replaces Francisco Gati Gati-ca
ca Gati-ca aboard Miss Virginia de la
Guardia's consistent black racer.
His 122 pound impose will proba probably
bly probably be the b i g g e s t stumbling
Stock in his quest for a repeat vie-
bry.
Alhajar was a convincing two two-length
length two-length victory last week in a

and should nna me luugci

to his liking too. Alejan-

will trv to duplicate

s heady ride on the big

Mainieri Chilean colt. Alha-

jtote 115 pounds.

returns rrom a wen

rest and is apparently

r a cremiaoie snowing.

be carrying a relatively

pounds, stawemate upu-

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iracK recara nurau u-

nce wla 1:30 clock clock-improve
improve clock-improve under his

weight assignment of 106

Fernando Alvarez, as u-

gulde the Stud El Agul-

rown's Wall displayed great im-

pMKnent last week when he was

a fast closing tourtn in me six
fufWnf spring won by Alhajar.
This Time, carrying 12 pounds

less, he should be In the thick of

' the battle at the finish. Bias Agui

sprint

distance

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By HERBERT MOISE

The Honest Tout

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rniiN The. Yankees are real

u, nnmino tn Colon, that is. Today

the feature attraction on the Gold
rn.if ic thp nresentaiion of he

Carta Vieja Yankees against the
defending champions of Chester Chesterfield.
field. Chesterfield. This will be another of the
two teams that are battling grim grimly
ly grimly and fiercely for temPrary lead leadership
ership leadership of the Pahama Professional
League.
At this writing the teams are
tied, but after the doubleheader
Friday, the defending champions
will either enjoy a slight lead or
drop behind the Yankees.
Several questions will be answer answered
ed answered in the Colon game. Atlantic aid aiders
ers aiders will be having their first look
at professional baseball in about
five years. Stadium administrator
Jorge Gregoire is bedding every
effort to ready both the field and
the stands for this game. This is
the second scheduled game for for-this
this for-this stadium this year, the first
last Sunday being rained out
Weatherwlse it will be possible to
play today at 10 a.m. The prc prc-game
game prc-game ceremony to honor Hector
Lopez prepared for last Sunday
wiU be helJilBgiiSqerWhpn (he

Who will Billy Shantz use for the
Yankees? That as of now is the
poser but Andy Cohen is going to
use Panama's best pitcher Hum-

berto Robinson in his attempt to

keep Chesterfield m the fight. Rub

inson is l and 1 on tne sea so i
winning on a one-hit job in his

first-out outing and dropping a de

cision to the CV the last time oat.

In a big park like the Colon Mu
niclpal Stadium, SJiantz could gam

By JIMMY BMSLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) -Col. John
R. Sttneo steooed ud to the hr

made a little bow to the man be behind
hind behind it, and insisted that all about

him have their pleasure

The colonel, a dapper little man

with old world graeiousness. then

outlined, between lumberjack-sized

slugs of whisky the services his

firm renders to a select circle of

clients.
"We are specialists," he an announced,
nounced, announced, "in overlays."
Col. Stingo, to be blunt, repre

sents a tout service. And it al always
ways always has been suspected that col

onel's eagles were awarded to him

alter he showed a tendency to fly

when a sucker here and there a

long the line showed signs of get

ting half-smart.
Hi right name is James Mac

Donald and he is an 84-year-old
little guy who. has done almost ev

erything during his quick-thinking

career. For a ions time, he was

one of the nation's leading turf
and boxing writers. He left the

promotional end of life. Among

his best remembered efforts in

this field was an innovation he

put in at Belmont Park some

years back.
The colonel guaranteed the Bel

mont family that an invention of
his could prevent rain from fall falling
ing falling during the track's first spring
meeting. The Belmonts went for

it and a healthy dally fee and

Col. Stingo erected a monstrosity
in the infield which kept erupting
black smoke. He also kept a big

and fast car, with a man at tne
wheel and the motor running in

case it started tq rain. He has

been called "The Honest Rainmak

because of this.

er

"Right now," the colonel says,

"I am associated with a publics

tions firm. We publish a weekly
newspaper with a press run of
30.000. It is devoted entirely to

horses to watch in future outings.
"Then, of course, we have a high

ly soecialized daily service. We

run it on the honor system. You
call us each morning and receive

the day's best bet. Then you tell

us how much you intend to wager

on it. Then, if the horse wins, you
send us 25 per cent of the win

nings. It works quite well."
Col. Stingo is part of an lntrl

cate bit of the racing business

which is nearly every place Where

nponle bet. The tout service is an

old, albeit shakily established busi

ness. j
There are all sorts of gimmicks

tn it Snme of them work it on

fee basis. Five dollars for their
normal daily service, 10 for the
suDer secret and anything tney.

can get for the imperial-blg-pnce
npupr-losp daily tin.

Many of them stay in mis in ess

ble with his crafty lefthander
Ppto Nicolis who has seen limited

service so far. Pete in his last
tenure in the Panama Pro Loop
was a member of the new defunct

Cerveceria team. Presently he has
seen service in one game, pitching
to one hitter Al Pinkston, a lefty

swinger of Balboa.

BALBOA
111 PRE-RELEASE CHRISTMAS DAY

Continuous Shows

2:00 4:10 6:20 8:30 p.m.

Wm Certain 'fmi
I TIWI Certain fwig." wStiP
Feeling wlfi

with

PEARL fjAILEY

P'ofueeJ and Directed by NORMAN PANAMA

and MELVlN FRANK by NORMAN PANAMA and MELVIN FRANK.

I
Eft
Cel. John R. SttafJ
c

by giving out a flock of different
horses. A winner somewhere is

thus assured and the bettor a

cinch to bring new customers with

him.

For as long as horses run and

people bet there will be touts.

The horses may be miles removed

from the locale, but touts still o

perate and people put down mon

ey.

"We use a skilled docker," Col

Stingo went on. He receives a

big wage for his duties and he
reports to us on horses which are
prinred for the kill. We then watch
them carefully. Now the average

person would go right out and bet 10-Chiroke

them. Not our customers. They
are told to wait a month or so.
"The horse, you see, probably
will go. to the post a heavily-backed
choice in a tough race and
lose. But a month later, in a
cheap race, he will be 10-1. An o o-verlay,
verlay, o-verlay, And that's our specialty."
Between finely-worded pep talks
on his organization, the colonel
breaks into tales of Tommy Burns;
the heavyweight champion of the
world he managed, bull fights he
promoted in San Francisco, gov-

.Tnors he made and his fortunes

during the Klondike rush.
Holding a cigarette aloft be

tween thumb and forefinger, he is

quite a sight. Short, his gray hau

ls parted severely in the middle.

A bow tie sets off a straight-laced

business sun and vest. His shoes
gleam, his smile wins. And his

gentle voice speaks of riches to be

made.

"Our decker is the best since

The Owl has died, he reminded

"That is our strength. We make

money because of our great on-

the-scene clocker."

"The Owl" was a burly colored
man who was rated tops in his
business. The writer went in hock

with the Owl s aid some yean

ago.
Listen to the colonel and you

find yourself believing it impossi impossible
ble impossible to happen under his aegis, of
course. You could even forget

that horse players die broke.

Todays
Races

1st Race "C-D" Natives 6 Fgs.

mru Pool Close n :5
lftl' RACE OF laE JJOttJUi
1 jacnaiin if. Alvarez HO
2 iKa F. Gatica 10B
3 Mr. Tivoli B. Aguirre 109
4 La Guar arena D. Cortez US

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1-Takeaway

2 Cambrloleur
3 Black Bee
4 No Gaflto
5 Garramufio
6 Suntonner
7 Lucky Test
tWeima Jimmey
Paquiro

Rina Rol

Arpegio
Dr. Bill

Dona Perica
Plateado (e

Panlcus
Abrami
(e) Gramilla
Melendez

Embrujada

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5 Nacho

6 Takeaway
7 Rina Rot
8 Julie
Daniel

A. Vasquez 120
B. Baeza 109
S. Carvajal lift

G. Vasquez 103x

R. Vasquez 120

2nd Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Parse $400 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Teloreo J. M. Bravo 105
2-Proud Pearl A. Ycaza 115
3,-M. Slipper B. Aauirre 115

4 Morenote S. Carvajal 112

5 Tom Collins F. Hidalgo 108

6 Cambrloleur F. Gatica 108

7 Arpegio J. Jimenez 112x

3rd Race "E-F" Natives 7 Fes.

Purse $275 Pool Closes 1:45

ONE TWO

1 Folletito

2 Black Bee

3 Dr. Bill
4 Chepanita

5 Justlna

A. Gonzalez 105
G. Sanchez 113
R. Vasquez 115
F. Sanchez 98x
F. Gatica 115

4th Race "Non-Winners"
Natives 5 Ft.

Purse S250 Pool Closes 2:20

QUINIELA
1- Cochlsa A. Valdivla 114
2 El Profesor R. L. Gil 105

3 La Rubia F. Alvarez 108

4 D. Perica A. Vasquez 110

5 Golden Patrick E. Dado 100
6 Angelita B. Baeza 100

7 fto Gallito B. Aguirre 113

5th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fes.

Purse $650 Pool Closes 2:55

1 Bonifacio V. Castillo 113

2 Garramufio G. Vasquez 103x
3 (Very Good J. Goneora 113

4 (Remozado G. Montero 107x

6 Plateado) F. Alvarez 105

6 Hablando) C. Ruiz 113

6th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Fes.
Purse $600 Pool Closes 3:35

1ST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost
Carta Vieja 4 3
Chesterfield 5 4
Cerveza Balboa....: 3 5

Pet.
.571
56
.375

GB

TODAY'S GAME At Colon Stadium
Carta Vieja (Taylor 0-0) vs. ChesteeW
(Robinson 1-1).
Game Time: 10 a.m.

Doll Can Be Trouble
To Coach, That Is

1 Orn. Star

2 Panlcus

3 Dawn Song

El Fakir

5 Andes

6 Suntonner

A. Vasquez 118
A. Ycaza 115
V. Castillo 114
R. Vasquez 110
B. Baeza 122
F. Alvarez 113

7th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Ft s.

Purse $600 Pool Closes 4:05

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Little Fool A. Ycaza 112

2 P. Countess B. Baeza 103

3 Ma. Stuardo V. Castillo H3
4 Distingo F. Alvarez 118

5 Lucky Test J. Gongora V

J. M. Bravo I
B. Aguirre 1x5
R. Vasquez 113

6 Abrami

7 Tiburdn
8 Mezereum

GOLF TOURNEY WINNERS Colonel Gines Perez (left).
USARCARD3 School Commandant, receives the, Fort Davis
Golf Club trophy for winning the annual match ,olay tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Colonel Perez won the match on the 19th hole after
being tied on the first 18; Lieutenant Colonel A. L. McDuff,
Deputy Post Commander of Fort Davis made the presentation.

Shot Put Champ Parry O'Brien

Preparing for 12-Country Tour

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, Dee. 21 (UP) -Massive
Parry 0'Brifcnthe Olym Olympic
pic Olympic shot put champion, was pre preparing
paring preparing his 240 pounds today for a
12 country State Department tour
and a probable future in pro foot football.
ball. football.
The powerful Califerman cur currently
rently currently is lining up visas for the
two-month tour. He will leave
Jan 4 and demonstrate the shot
and dlsebs a well as run the
100-yard dash
The trip has poUtical overtones,
for many of the countries are
those in which there have been anti-Soviet
and-or ahti American
demonstrations.
UP FOR DISCHARGE
The trip Will take the amiable
O'Brien to the Phillipines, Singa Singapore,
pore, Singapore, Malaya, Vietnam, Cambodia,
Thailand, Burma India Pakistan
Ceylon Arabia and Austria. On
his return he will receive his dis discharge
charge discharge as an Air Force lieuten lieutenant.
ant. lieutenant. "And that," interjected pretty
Mrs. Sandra O'Brien, "will mark
the end of Par's travelling for a
while. If I hear any more about
these long trips, there's likely to
be a divorce somewhere around
here.''

The pert Mrs. O'Brien was jok joking,
ing, joking, "but the big man who cramps
thair trailer home has been on the
road more than the original tra traveling
veling traveling salesman. He had hardly
returned from his successful de defense
fense defense of the Olympic shot put
championship, when he had to
start making plans for this new
trip.
NOT BIGGEST THRILL
Looking back on his Olympic
record effort at Melbourne, O' O'Brien
Brien O'Brien admitted that "it wasn't the
thrill that I had in winning the
first time at Helsinki in 1852."
Once out of the Air Force, O' O'Brien
Brien O'Brien who dees the 100-yard
doth in 10.7 Is lanlnn toward
pro football. The San Francisco
Forty-Ninert see him as a crack
fullback.
"I've talked to them some, but
I haven't received a serious offer,
O'Brien asserted. "However, I
sure am interested."
The word from, the Forty-Niners
is that they, top, are interested in
the young human tank who is the
only man ever to clear 63 feet in
the shot put. They figure that the
tacklers ought to bounce just a a-bout
bout a-bout that far in trying to stop the
mighty O'Brien.

th Ha. "HlMlMhl" In. 7

Purse $650 Pool Closes 4:40

QUINIELA

1 Fleltro

2 Hlncaple
3 Starwlck
4Gramllla
5 Certero
6 (W. Jimmey
7 (Pfcudo
8 Resuelto)
9 Escasay)

A. Ycaza 113

A. Vergara, 108
B. Aguirre 108
R. Vasquez 113
K. Flores 115
F. Alvarez 108
C. Ruiz 110
J. Jimenez lQ6x
A. Vasquez 113

9th Race "Special" Imn. 8 Fx.

Purse $1000 Pool Closes 5:15

ONE TWO
1 Alhajar A; Ycaza U5
2 Paquiro B. Baeza 105
3 Eric G. Vasauez 105x

4 Town's Wall B. Aguirre 108

5 Melendez A. VasqUez 122
6 (Mossadeq R. Vasquez 113
7 (Opulento f. Alvarez 106

10th Race 4th Series imp. 6 Fgs.
Pum $600 Pool Closes 5:40

1 Cachafaz V. Castillo 113

2 Embrujada R. Vasquez 110

3 Pavinetto G. Sanchez 115
4 Chlroke A. Ycaza 126

5 Cartlllero J. Phillips 105
6 Lifeboat S. Carvajal 112
7 Patan F. Alvarez 110

TODAY! 75-40'

1:00 3:20 6:10 9:00 p.m.

Mrs
ALSO: 1

At 1:00 3:50 6:35 p.m.
6 TOM & JERRY
CARTOONS!
wmmmmmmm

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP) -As

they tried to close in on him from
all sides, Everett; Case, North Ca

rolina State s basketball coach.

probably sat down for a moment,
ran a hand across his forehead

and wondered why everyoody

couldn't be like himself.

Case is a confirmed bachelor.

And the present NCAA trouble sur

rounding his basketball team ap

parently stems- from a comely.

sweet-talking lass at Shreveport,

a. To Case, the trouble is bad e-

nough. But to come from a girl ...

North Carolina State is nn a four-

vear NCAA orohation nlthnnoli

t ie body originally wanted to or order
der order the school to susDend all has-

l.etbaj.1 once the presence of Jack
Moreland on the Raleieh rammis

was investigated.

MORELAND. A MINDEN. La,

high school star, was prized by
several colleges. Kentucky's A A-c
c A-c olph Rupp had a lo6k at him as
tar back as three vears aim Ken

Loeffler of Texas A. and M. Was

on the trail, too.

But Moreland decided to t.ik

close to home and attend little
Centenary College at Shrevemwt,

wbose campus is graced by a
Miss Betty Clara Hhea, who hap happened
pened happened to be a bit more than a

-one partner at thi stage.
Case, of course ihnntfht it

hame that Morelanri's tolonK. ho

buried to a small school. He im

mediately tried to rectify the situa situation
tion situation bv hrinfrino Mnnl.nJ t

5 tate and the big-time.

, aomeoody at Raleigh had a no no-lon
lon no-lon that Miss Betty Clara Rhea
might Drove unmenrhst n .,k

ng block to this situation. There
was, however, a simple solution:
bring her along, too. The fact Miss

' 'I m I

WHAT'S NEXT? Now that
he has Jackie Robinson, Manag Manager
er Manager Bill Rigney of the Giants puts
in a lot of time thinking how he'll
use him.

Betty Clara Rhea happened to be

a pre-med student mon t laze

State.
"I BELIEVE IT WAS Mr. Wil Willis
lis Willis R. Casey, the North Carolina
State assistant director of athle athletics,
tics, athletics, who. mentioned it to me,"
Miss Rhea says. She is speaking
about the. seven-year scholarship scholarship-covering
covering scholarship-covering medical school she was
extended as part of the deal to
bring Moreland to Raleigh.
"Well, anyway," she says, 'I
refused it. Would you take some some-1
1 some-1 ling like that for nothing? And
I wouldn't want to be obligated

to anybody."

Once the honey-toned girl said

no and Moreland said yes things

started popping. As they usually
do when a girl and boy are involv involved.
ed. involved. At any rate, it appears like half
the investigators in the universe
started roaming about the More-land-North
Carolina State situation
A detective was-hired and after

he loqked into it for a time, the

name of Miss Betty Clara Rhea

popped up. Next item: the' medic medical
al medical scholarship. Walter By ars of the
NCAA promptly checked into it,
found it was true and then
asked the young lady about it,

i aian i give anyimng in writ writing,"
ing," writing," she says. "But they already
knew about it so I just said it was

true."

VIC BUBAS, CASE'S ASSIST ASSISTANT
ANT ASSISTANT coach, and Casey took the full
blast for this one. They spdke to
the girl in person.
Case, the blunt and talented
master recruiter, wouldn't give an

inch on the situation. He has told

everybody, in effect, to go else elsewhere;
where; elsewhere; he is doing right fine with

out their aid.

In the past, Everett always has
allowed himself to be counted as
being in favor of scholarships

and plenty of 'em to the good

boys no matter where they live,
plus full-scale tryouts before hand handing
ing handing the free ride to the kid.
At the next NCAA gathering, it
would come as no surprise to see
Case lead a movement to outlaw
dating, dancing, phone chats, hand-

holding, or even just plain looking

ai a gin.
For a doll, as he can testify.

can bring an awful lot of trouble
around. He gets no dispute here.

So. Carolina Gives
Ga. Tech Basketball
Efficiency lesson
ATLANTA, Dec. 22 (UP) South
Carolina gave Georgia Tech a les lesson
son lesson in basketball efficiency Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night and won 90-83, although
Tech took 27 more shots from the)
floor.
The Gamecocks made sond nn

31 of 68 field goal attempts and

converted 28 foul Shots, while Tech
fired away 95 times, good for oi
32 field goals. Tech made only 19
from the free throw line.
South Carolina's Grady Walla
led all scorers with 37 points and
Ray Pericola added 23 more to
out-duel the tech duo Captain Bob Bobby
by Bobby Kimmel with 29 and Lennio
Cohen who tosses in 22.
The red-hot Gamecock pair get
better support, too, from Don
Goodroe's 14 marker. nH ril-v

Hoffman's 11. Little Terry Ran Randall
dall Randall chalked up io for Tech and
Buddy Blemker added 19 mnra nut

Bicker missed 21 of his M shots
from the floor.

Cohen. Tech's rentr

battle Of the backhnarvt'imM ur..

lace, taking 17 rebound to 14 St
e agile Gamecock forward.

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TBI SCNDAI AMERICAN
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Grid Team Picked By Players

Hem's All-Pm

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Washington Halfback Hecker
Denies Being Party To Plot
To Get Lion's Bobby Layne

PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 22 (UP
National Football League Corn
missioner Bert Bell was satisfied
today that Washington Redskins
halfback Norb Hecker never hear J
e ", or warping to piM Ho '"get"
foMlf Ijiyfle M thi! Detroit lions
or arty ether player.
Bell came to his conclusion aft after
er after tossing five $64, OOOOq lies t ions at
the veteran Hecker after asking
Redskins officials to bring him to
To 'Clean Backyard'
Over 'Dirty Charges
5 Jons vsdT sno irt.l iov ah
LOS ANGELES, Dee. 22 (UPV-
Ram veteran Tom Fears challeng challenged
ed challenged Detroit : Lions Coach Buddy
Parker today to "clean up his own
back-yard'' in a dispute over dirty
playing charges in the National
footoau League.
Eeara took issue with Parker
Thursday la the midst of a' flurry
of charges growing out of a De Detroit
troit Detroit accusation that the Chicago
Bears' JEd Meadows' deliberately
injured Mods quarterback Bobby
Layne last Sunday.
Feacs said Parker "has two of
the biggest thugs on his team, In In-eluding
eluding In-eluding the dirtiest player In the
league and should clean up his
own backyard" before making ac accusations
cusations accusations against other teems.
Fears joined other Rams and
former Rams in disputing state statements
ments statements that prices were put on the
heads of HFL quarterbacks, with
players themselves putting up a
"pool" to go to the man who took
the opposition star out of the
game.
Shaking at Your Service
DIABLO UTS. 2:31 -7:00
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Joanne Dru
"HELL ON FRISCO BAY"
Cinemascope color!
Mon. "Billy The Kid"
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Cyd Charisse
"MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS"
Cinemascope Color!
Dan Dailey
Mon. "Trlbnfe to a Bad Man"
the Most Thrilling
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SAWTA MONTIEL VINCENT

PAR AISO 6:15 -8:26
"SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD
i i i

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"' : ; I'-. i. ii
their office telephone. He got a
"m" answer each time.
The commissioner made his call
in the wake of Layne's injury trom
turtle bv Eddie Meadows in the
Lions-Bears game last Sunday,
ami aWMhington newspapers
Opting Hecker that when he play
ed for Los Anneles there was f
mnnpv nool amont: the Rams to
see who. could "get" quarterback
Layne.
Bell, already riled at grumblings
of "dirty football" from owners,
J coaches and pky.er, repeated that
"no National Rok t b a 1 1 League
player would try maliciously to in injure
jure injure another." He said he sum summoned
moned summoned Hecker "to get the answers
from the boy himself."
Bell asked Hecker whether he
know of the Rams' players having
a .pool to get Layne, or any other
player out of. a game; whether he
took part in a pool among the
Rams to get Layne or any ball
player out of game, whether he
knew of any player or players who
"maliciously contemplated" knock knocking
ing knocking another player out of a game,
and whether he, personally, ever
contemplated injuring another
player to get him out of a game.
Bell said Hecker gave him a nega negative
tive negative reply each time.
"I don't want to get into any
controversy or argument over
what a newspaperman is writing.''
Bell said. "Nor do I want any
player saying he was misquoted. I
simply asked Hecker the questions
I Want to know. He gave me the
answers."
LIKES IT ROUGHER
Daytoaa Beach, Fla. (NEA) -Ralph
Liguori of Tampa, one of
the top drivers on the NASCAR
circuit, started as a dress designer
in New Ynrk.
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"THE KILLING"

Hill,
Top

Gifford Are
Vofe.Getters

By MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP) f
Kyle Rote made the round of the
dressing room cubicles under the
steel shoulders of Yankee Stadi Stadium,
um, Stadium, a sheaf of paper and envelop envelopes
es envelopes in his pass-grabbing hands.
"Brandish your pens, men"
shouted a football Giant.
'Who was that Steeler tackle
lowered the boom on you. Char
lie?" yelled a rookie from the
corner.
"Stautner," drawled a Southern
voice.
Muscled specimens huddled Over
benches in Various stages Of cris-
arrray. They scrawled names. In
neat type across each sheet it
said:
NEA 1W4 ALL PLAYERS
ALL-PRO TEAM
It was a scene repeated 12 times
over throughout the National Foot Football
ball Football League from Philadelphia to
Los Angeles as the pros picked
their best.
The ballots are in and counted.
As Frank Gifford nodded o neigh neighbor
bor neighbor Don Heinrich when Rote stop stopped
ped stopped by, "This is it"
OFFENSE
ENDS For the second year in
a row, Harlon Hill, the incompar
able Chicago Bear receiving threat
and first Jim Thorpe Trophy win
ner, paced all the pros in voting
popularity. iHe was on 90 per cent
of all ballots cast. Billy Howton of
the Green Bay Packers, enjoying
a tremendous season, is bis run
ning mate.
TACKLES- The New York
Giants have football's greatest
ground threat, and Roosevelt
Brown, an ultra-fast 245-pounder,
is an integral part of it. A third
year pro, he is gaining his first all all-league
league all-league recognition. A repeater as
the pros' own. choice is Bob St,
Clair of the San Francisco Forty
Niners, impossible to overlook at
6-9.
GUARDS Duane Putnam of the
Los Angeles Rams is generally re recognized
cognized recognized as the finest running
guard in the game. Traded by De
troit to the Washington Redskins,
Dick Stanfel regained his all-prb
form.
CENTER Settled. t center, af ter
moving 'all1 over tnei-iine, on of offense
fense offense and defense, Charlie Arie of
the Lions doubled the vote of near nearest
est nearest competitor Larry Strickland of
the Bears.
QUARTERBACK Bobby Layne
of the Lions made secure his come comeback,
back, comeback, barely nosing out Tobin
Rote of the 'Packer to ait even run

w JVHa 0 iWfliwwm m A

jjl THE FRESHEST COMEDY j
IN YEARSl! 1

for popularity. No one else was In
sisht

HALFBACKS ran uuioro. oi
the Giants, already awarded me
Jim Thorpe Trophy as the top man
in the NFL, naturally led all the
backs, as Hill led the linemen, to
set the stage for the title game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Bears. They'll be the
marked men on the field. Ollie Mat Mat-son
son Mat-son of the Chicago Cardinals was
almost as strong a choice.
FULLBACK The quick start by
Rick Casares of the Bears for the
league rushing championship pre precluded
cluded precluded any competition for the
power spot. He's a blaster who
can go all the way.
DEFENSE
ENDS The problem here was
io squeeze inree meir taw two uu-
tHftnc rm ftnui Mint fiinn Msr-'
chetti of the Baltimore Colts and
Gene Brito of the Washington Red'
skins showed a bit more vigor thaa
the Giants' Andy Robustelli. The
trio is noted for pressuring passers.
TACKLES Little Arthur pono
van is a tough V to dislodge. He's
been an all-prb for several years.
No one has succeeded in moving
his 275 pounds yet. Ernie Stautmv
of the Pittsburgh Steelers, always
slow to sign his contract, is an ea$
er invader of enemy backfields.
MIDDLE GUARD- Bill George
of the Bears is the kind of midaio
man you look for strong enough
to shore up a defense against run running
ning running assaults, quick enough to drop
back for passes.
LINEBACKERS This is the
year Joe Schmidt of the Lions is
firmly implanted as the No. 1 de defensive
fensive defensive player in football. He ran
strong on all ballots. Chuck Bed Bed-narik
narik Bed-narik of the Philadelphia Eagles
took to heart those rumors he was
slipping and emerged once more
as an impassable rover.
HALFBACKS- Dick Lane of the
Cardinals and Emlen Tunnell of
the Giants are a couple of old hands
with that key ingredient in defen
sive secondary play they
don't
make mistakes, and they clog the
air lanes.
e.it.oi.M.0 t.' i 4 .4.
snrmx&,a Ji, liuul BWUIIIA-
Uc now to include Jack Christian
sen of the Lions and Bobby Dillon
of the Packers in any all-league
selections. The statistics back them
up, too, for they are consistently
among the leaders ui pilfering pas passes.
ses. passes. Christiansen retains his punt punt-returning
returning punt-returning talentffltoo.
REDUCED SCHEDULl
Boca Raton, Fla. (NEA)- Sam
Snead, on the job at Boca Raton,
says he will limit his tournament
appearances in 1957 in order to be
in good condition for the United
States Open.
II

DRIVE-IN
iS TODAY &
& TOMORROW!
WEEKEND RELEASE!

Billy Talbert Plans To Repeat
Davis Cup Miracle Of 1954'

By LEO H. -PETERSEN
ADELAIDE, Australia! Dec. 22
(UP) Billy Talbert planned to
day to rewrite the "Miracle of
1954'' when the united s t a i e s
meets Australia in next week's
Davis Cup challenge round.
The United States was just as
mush. an underdog at Sydney cwo
years ago it is this Sear but
startled the tennis, world by beat beating
ing beating Australia, 3-2. It's the only
challenge round victory che U.S.
has scored over Australia in six
years 'and Talbert achieved H by
using only two men.
That, Billy indicated Thursday,
is just what he's strongly, thiaking
of, doing this year when Ihe-experts
believ almost unanimously
that. We; Aussies will sweep the
U.S, team in five straight matches.
Vic ieixas of Philadelphia and
T(Mirf ivh.i.4 r;.ll
To? Trhbertof Cincinnati accom-
the 'Miracle of 1954." Tra-
bert has turned pro byt Talbert
believes he may again beat the
"unbeatable" Lew Hoad and Ken
Rosewall by using only Seixas '.and
Herb Flam, the Brooklyn star who
ltves In Beverly Hills, Calif., in
the big showdown.
Snider Wins
National Loop
Slugging Title
NEW YORK, De,c. 22 (UP) -Duke
Snider of Brooklyn failed to
hit .300 this year but he came up
with a consolation award today
when the official National League
averages proclaimed him the slug slugging
ging slugging champion for 1956.
Snider, who batted .292, wound
wp with a slugging percentage of
.m on the basis of his 324 total
bases in, 52 official times at bat.
H's swigging mark was one pomi
liSok-r than thm W7 vor
ed by 'Milwaukee
first
.joe Adcock.
Hank Aaron of the Braves, the
league's batting" champion, was
tops in total bases with 340, but he
Cincinnati
in the slut-
winding up with averages of .558.
Willie Mays of the Giants followed
with .557.
Snider also drew the most walks
in the league. 98, of which 26 Were
fe-A4 av tyro a; aew
wague reporo, Deuermg tae BWVi-
6u league high issued to- T'ed
Kuiszewski of the Redlegs in 1955.
Cincinnati outfielder Wally Post
struck out 124 times to lead the
league in that department whlie
Don Mueller of the Giants fanned
the fewest times, seven.
Frank Robinson was hit the
most times by pitchers, 20.
Carl Furillo, the veteran Dodger
outfielder, grounded into the most
(ouble plays, 27, and at the other
in-game of tne (Jards hit into
mgame of the Carrrededddinn
the least twin-killings, three.
Stan Musial of the Cardinals col
lected 300 or more total bases
(310) for the 12th year, thereby ex extending
tending extending his own National League
record.
Former Kansas Sfar
Grabbing
Headlines
Despite Chamberlain
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UP)
ftr:u -ii t . i
win cnamDeriain s tne current
rage of the college courts but a
former Kansas star named Clyde
Lovellette is also still grabbing
headlines.
"The 6-foot, 9-inch Lovellttte,; who
starred for Kansas when the seven-foot
Chamberlain probably
wasn't a bit over 8-fet s.inrhA.
tall, rane tin XI nnints Thnri-ria
night to lead the Minneapolis Lak Lakers
ers Lakers to a 105-103 victory over the
Rochester Royals.
The win enabled the Lakers to
move to within a half game of the
first-place Royals in the Western
Division race.
lovellette, who sank nine field
goals and 15 of 19 free throws
converted two fouls in the last
iwiute io oreaic a 100-100 tie A
jump shot by Chuck Mencel then
sewed ud the mntoti ah
'-4"mi. only action in tne cir-
k iuursaay nignt.
.nrfM Tw.yma" scored 24 points i
and Maurice Stok 21 k.
nuyais.
den fanu yan fau naw nuaunl dam
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C API TO! 1.0
T

Baseman

"My mind is still open on the
doubles," said the U.S. non-playing
captain by way of leaving him himself
self himself the opportunity to change his
mind, "but Seixas is so much bet better
ter better playing the forecourt and don'
forget he and Flam nave some
good doubles victories to their
credit."
It was learned that Seixas him himself
self himself was a big factor in bringing
Talbert around to this way 1 of
thinking. Seixas who's been train training
ing training virtually on his own terms, is

convinced he can beat both Hoad
and Rosewall in the singles. As-!
suming Seixas is correct, only a
victory in he doubles would oe
needed for the Yanks to take the
big silver cup back' to America.
Talbert's plans became know'f
after, he. and Australian tennis of of-ed
ed of-ed to ask the Yank's to -remain
created when the" Aussies neglect.
ed to ask the Yanks to remain.
Down Under for their national
championships. Ii .was finally
aareed that Mvron Franks of San
ta Monica, Calif., and Mike Greeil
of Miami Beach. Fla., would stay
and receive the standard $20 daily
expense money. Australian om
cials originally offered to invite
the youngsters if they accepted at
expense money cut, to 13 a day
Game Full
Of Butterflies
NEW YORK (NEA)- Joe tap.
chick walked into the United States
Maritime Academy's Gymnasium
for his first game as the St. John's
basketball coach after nine years
as the New York Knickerbochers'
head mart in' the, National Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Association.
"I don't have those butterflies in
my stomach like I did coaching the
Knickerbockers," he said.
, Lapchick puffed on a cigarette
as the '"ganYe started. Then he b4
gan to hold his liead. stamp on the
floor, kneel at the sideline. After
the game, he moaned about his
team, which won easily but didn't
seem to impress him.
"They have me worried sick,"
he said.
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FRANCIS IN THE
HAUNTED HOUSE
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STAR IN THE
DUST

35c. a. 20c.
Spanish Program!
CAR AS NUEVAS
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B E S O S
f ROHIBIDOI

A Program for Adults Only1
Something N$yer Before
8een On The Screen!
KARAMOJA
The (Lost Tribe)
- Also:

THE ROSE TATTOO
with Anna Magnanl
- Also:
THE FAR HORIZON
with Ch. Heston

SANTA CRUZ 5:15
"THONDER BAY"
8:20
CAMP BIERD 6:15
"PICNIC"
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Household
FOR SALE: 6-piecc coffee rerv rerv-ice,
ice, rerv-ice, Chilton silver plate; small
tiie viola. Balboa 2-3211.
FOR SALI: Leaving country.
Double bod with foam rubber
mattrtll and box spring, beauti beautifully
fully beautifully covered, now; C.i. auto automatic
matic automatic dishwasher. Phone 3-6574
Panama.
FOR SALE : Apartment full of
furniture, price reasonable. 43rd
Street, House No. I, Apt. 8.
FOR SALE: Kerosene stove,
living room set. set (porch) bod
A alio. Call Panama 2-5267,
Position Offered
Young lady or man, bilingual,
experienced correspondence and
accounting, wonted for responsi responsible
ble responsible position. Only handwritten
application! accompanied by pho photo,
to, photo, detailing previous hold posi position
tion position and references and stating
desired starting salary will bo
considered. Address "Secretary,"
Apertado 4453, Panama

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NAVY TO PRESENT CHRISTMAS
PLAY, THE NATIVITY, SUNDAY

T.et nn nnp sav that the Canal
Zone churches have forgotten the
Christmas season due to the tro tropical
pical tropical setting in the environment
lux mij region, su lati, aviucuuut
in the wfty of the spectacular will
be performed by the Rodman Chap Chapel
el Chapel at the U. S. Naval Station, Rod Rodman
man Rodman on Sunday evening at 7:30 p.
m. when the Naval chapel pre presents
sents presents The Nativity, a Christmas
pagent.
Naturally a lot of work goes in into
to into something like a Christmas
pagent and work actually began
on this pagent as tar oacK as iasi
July when the wives of Navy and
Murinp nfftrors and men started
putting their sewing laienxs 10
work on the costumes that will be
worn by the pagent cast and
memhers nf the four choirs which
will take part in the presentation
. i ........
oi me unnsunaui atuiy.
Patience is one of the virtues of
Hirprtnis ami Mrs. John Holllnes-
worth, who lias been general su supervisor
pervisor supervisor for the pagent, is sur
prisingly cairn aespiie me temper temper-ments
ments temper-ments of the 102 artists who will
appear in the production.
Lieutenant junior grade David
B. Hathaway has been directing
the children in their choral work.
Other choir directors are Mrs. R.
G. Gunn; Mrs. J. M. Martin; Mrs.
G. W. Taylor; Mrs. C. J. Schrok;
Mrs. M. H. Simon; Mrs E H. T
Daughtry; and Mr. Edward Welde
Mrs. W. B. Tucker will act as
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FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION, G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bodroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 51st Street No.? 42. For
further details call 4937 or
3-1802.
-rJL.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart
ment, 2 bedrooms (one air-conditioned
i, living room, dining
room, porch, mpid'i room. Peru
Avenue No. 3791, upstairs
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, parlor-dining room,
bedroom, kitchen screened, til tiled,
ed, tiled, SJ5 Apply No. 112 Via Be Be-lisario
lisario Be-lisario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theater,
FOR RENT: Apartment, just
painted, concrete house, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
yard, $50. "Urbanixacion La
Pradera," facing La Garantia
furniture factory Phono 3-2796.
FOR RENT: Furnished .-bedroom
modern apartment, gor gor-ago.
ago. gor-ago. 168 Via Boliiario Porras.
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narrator in tho presentation of and
in tho role of tho angel will bo
Jesse Doughty. Marirances Tuck
er will portray Mary, and Jo
seph will bo playod by George Cur
tis Kig. Cast as tho throe wise
men are: Daniel Tuckor; John
McComas and Paul Franco. Har.
riot Ann McComas will portray
an angol and tho two shepherds
will bo playod by Raymond Gun t
and Scott McElroy.. Other angels
who are also members of the Che Cherub
rub Cherub Choir: Micheal Hayes; John
ny Simon, Stanley Mills; Nan
cy Keller; Andrea Balden; Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Fowler; Jot Rivera; Peeg:'
Jo Babb; George Cliord; Susai
Kent; Tommy Ball; Eddy Du-
brawky; Dug Ledbetter; Bobby
Bowman; Susan Slawson; Susi
McElroy; Danny Willis; John Hot
lingsworth; Patty Meek; Troy Ta-
lor; Michel Springer; Myra Hicks;
Maria Mahoney Paul Morehouse
Doug Newman and Chuck ie Nu
nez.
Other choirs and their members
are: The Littlest Angels: Charles
Cliford; Collen Fowler; Larry
Gaston; Laura Lee Gaston: David
Ledbetter; Mickey Rhodes; Re
nte itnodes ana Pat Hayes.
Carol Choir: Sue Tavlnr: Susan
Sharp; Raymond Gunn; Teddy
oaunaers; &coit Mcuomas; Mar-
bomas; Martin Mills; Scott Mc Mc-Elrov:
Elrov: Mc-Elrov: O. C. Monrhouse- Ralnh-
Slawson; Susanne Hammer; San
dra bee Oarson; Gerald Bogan;
Mary Lou Meek; Kitty Boggs; To To-ni
ni To-ni Etta King; John Schork; Kit
McClellan; Charles Doudy Bobby
raoornouse and Michael Newman
Tho Ambassador Choir:. Vivian
Keller; OrMlono Moorhouso, Oli Olivia
via Olivia Moorhens; Patricia Daw Dawson;
son; Dawson; Jimmy Boggs; Russell
Smith; Daniel Tucker; Billy
Smith; Peggy Simon; Marie
Sent; Ada Sant, John McCom McComas;
as; McComas; Jerry Jonos; Jane Jones;
Paul Prance; George Doughty
and Dorreen Di Paiea.
The Chanel Chnlr- Kv Warkln.
road Lourrie Di Paara .Tt a
Doughty; Martha Hollingsworch;
ivonne m rasca; Jeanie Sant;
Marifrances Tucker- Virginia RirH.
Margaret Hollingsworth; Margi
Hill; Carolyn Sharp and Carolyn
Doughty.
The Dresentatinn nf a n v tvnn
of play always Involves scenery
ana props oi various shapes and
forms and the
f -MeBWi- SVI
the Rodman Chapels pagent is La
Verne Di Pasco. The background
scenery was DainteH hv Mr, n
vid Hathaway and Mrs. Holjings
worth. i

FOR SALE

Miscellaneous
FOR SALI: Quonset huts at
$400 each. Chevrolet Panel and
Station Wagon. Phone 3-4905
Panama.
FOR SALE: Tin cans, cylindri cylindrical,
cal, cylindrical, 1 Vi, 1 and gal. aisoe.
Approx. 1 0.000. Reasonable
pricoi. Phono Colon 1654.
FOR SALE: Year old Blueprinkt
Hi-Fidelity and radio combina combination
tion combination with $50 worth of records,
$250. No. 91 17th Street. Paiti Paiti-lla.
lla. Paiti-lla. Phono Panama 3-0112 after
6 p.m.
FOR SALE: One Siamese kit kitten.
ten. kitten. Call 85-3225 for appoint appointment
ment appointment FOR SALE: New 21" RCA Tol Tol-e
e Tol-e vision tat. Phono Curundu 4113
or 5123.
FOR SALE: Lionel Pennsylvania
diesel electric locomotive. Reas Reasonable
onable Reasonable Call Balboa 2729.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE: Sealed bide, for opening
in public, will bo received at tho
office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses
houses Storehouses Balboa, for tho following
items: INVITATION No. S-57-321
Bade; bedside stands;
kitchen chain; wickor settees;
chiffoniers; dressers; ice refrig refrigerators,
erators, refrigerators, sideboards; kitchen and
dining chairs; and wickor chain.
TO IE OPENED 9:30 A.M., DE DECEMBER
CEMBER DECEMBER 28, 1956. INVITA INVITATION
TION INVITATION No. S-57-322 Chairs;
bedside standi; dressers; library
tablet; electric instrument ster sterilizers;
ilizers; sterilizers; steel doors; generator;
insulators; flood lights; gasoline
engine; tinsmith'! machine; wire
rope; Manila rope; cotton line;
duct and frames and fan for ex exhaust
haust exhaust system; painter's trestles;
Chevrolet sedans and coups; air
compressor; grader; track groups;
propellers; rip-saw machine; Ca Cadillac
dillac Cadillac ambulance; sawdust hog;
and X-ray machine. TO IE OR OR-ENED
ENED OR-ENED 10:30 A.M., JANUARY
15, 1957. Invitations may bo
obtained from offic of Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Storehouses, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1016.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
sector, 4 bedrooms, hot water,
fenced. 7th Street Golf Heights.
Phono 2-2407 or 3-3641.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bod-room
modern apartment, garage.
168 Via Belisario Porras.
College Fros Who
Wounded Mom,
CINCINNATI, O., Dec. 22
(UP) Gordon Pape, 19, believ
ed to. have been the slayer who
almost wiped out his coed
sweetheart's family yesterday,
died from the bullet he appar
ently shot into his own brain.
Police sad tiiey believed
Pape shot and killed his girl
friend and her father, critical critically
ly critically wounded her mother, then
tried to commit suicide. He
was a freshman at Miami Uni University
versity University in Oxford, Onto.
The student, found sprawled
on the floor of the girl's bed
room, died in General Hospital.
Also dead were Lester Aue, 54,
vice president of the Drackett
Co., and his 17-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter Susan Elaine, a student sit
Miami.
Critically wounded was Mrs.
Helen Aue, 50, wife and mother
of the slain man and girl. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors said she regained conscious consciousness
ness consciousness today for the first time
TV Is Necessary
In Home. Superior
Court Considers
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Dec. 22
(UP) Television in the home Is
a necessity at least as far as Su Superior
perior Superior Court Clerk Thomas H.
Williams is concerned.
Wiliams signed an order yesterday
authorizing a guardian for
four minor children at Dunn, N. Cv
to pay $186 for a used TV set for
them.
The order permitted First Citi
zens Bank and Trust Co. to buv
the set for Hannah, Georgeanna,
Lois Marie and Annie Bell Miller,
daughters of Mrs. Cessie Miller of
Dunn.
Lacy S. Collier, attorney for the
petitioner, said it would be to the
"best Interests" of the children to
buy the television set with funds
from a $5,000 asset.
Television is not an item of
luxury, but is the pinnacle of 20th
century communication, a neces necessary,
sary, necessary, and integral part of the
atomic age in which said infants
live," the petitions said.
It said TV will bring the girls
communications from ever ypart
of the world. It will keep them in informed
formed informed on subjects which formerly
wr the exclusive domain of
ktn.i."

FOR RENT

Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Farm, one aero.
Living-dining room, 2 bedrooms,
maid s room, $75. Mile I, Traai Traai-Isthmian
Isthmian Traai-Isthmian Highway. Information:
Phono Roberto Benederti 2 2-1078.
1078. 2-1078. FOR RENT: Modern offices,
centrally located, to bo built to
suit your requirements on pano panoramic
ramic panoramic roof of Medical Center
Building, Fifth Avenue and Thir Thirtieth
tieth Thirtieth Street, Panama City. Avail Available
able Available office space up to four hun hundred
dred hundred square motors, Mr. Carlos
Julie Quijeno, office houn, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-2711.

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staged by the children of the 20th Infantry Regiment, Ft !Kobbe ( U.S. Anny Photo)

America, 464
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)
The Air Force 464 years after
Christopher Columbtis discover
ed America has located Europe.
Exactly.
Its mapping service has suc
ceeded in pinpointing precisely
where America is in relation to
Europe.
This seemingly belated ais-
Shot Girl, Dad,
Dies of Self-Injury
since she was shot in the back
during the wild gun spree.
The slaylngs took place in the
home of the prominent Cincin
nati family in suburban Ken
wood.
Sheriff's investigator Carl
Meyer said: "All the evidence
points to Pape and we believe ne
did the shootings." Meyer re released
leased released the contents of a letter
the youth had written to Miss
Aue, threatening her if she fail
ed to come back to him.
The murder gun was found
near Pane's hand in Miss Aue's
bedroom on the second floor of
the fashionable home, police
said.
Meyer said the college banker,
admitted the gun belonged to
him.
Meyer said the letter written
by Pape to Miss Aue was a prime
clue in the shootings.
New Cold War Drama
Finds Govt. Hunting
Missinq RAF Flier
LONDON, Dec 22 (UP) A
new cold war drama hit Europe
today as British officials' sought
the whereabouts of a young
Royal Air Force officer they be believe
lieve believe may have fled to the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union.
The Air Ministry announced
last night that flying officer
Anthony Wraight, 22, has been
absent without leave since Dec.
6 and that he had been to Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. The announcement said that
earlier this year Wraight had
been in contiact with Soviet of officials
ficials officials in London.
The presumption was that he
had gone over to the Russians.
He flew to Berlin by civil air
line on Dec. 3 and bought a one oneway
way oneway ticket. He has not been seen
since.
Wraight had no access to any
defense secrets. He had flown
no modern operational aircraft.
He was suspended from flying
training in October for medical
reasons before he completed it.
The reason for his disappear disappearance
ance disappearance may not be known until, if
and when he shows up in the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union. When he may make
a statement to the Soviet press,
as has been the case with simi similar
lar similar defectors in the past

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4 -doer sedan in per perfect
fect perfect condition. Power Flfto trena trena-mission,
mission, trena-mission, radio, wtw tiros. Oth Other
er Other extras. Phono Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chrysler Sar Saratoga
atoga Saratoga Limousine, 7 passenger,
blaelt. with w tires. It'i a beau beauty.
ty. beauty. Albrook 16-2200.
FOR SALE 48 Cadillac Fleet Fleetwood
wood Fleetwood 4-door iodan, lifetime bat battery,
tery, battery, tiros almost now, $250.
706-1 Skeot Street. Curundu.
Years Later,
Hrti'e WL rs
coveryiumay; in some respects,
have as far-reaching effect as that
of Columbus. It paves the way for
man to blast himself off the face
of the earth with ballistic missiles.
nut short of such holocaust
there will be paceful gains grow growing
ing growing out o the discovery, too. Maps
and charts can be corrected. Na Navigation
vigation Navigation in the jet age can be
made more accurate and safer.
To Give Awards
The Air Force's discovery was
revealed in a routine announce
ment that an outstanding unit
award was being given to the
1370th Photo Mapping Group and
the 1371st. 1372nd. 1373rd. and
1374th Mapping and Charting
quadrons, stationed at P a 1

Beach Air Force Base, Fla. Isibillty the figure will be classi
The units are receiving thelfied. this spokesman said.

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SEVEN CIVILIAN EMPLOYES of the Naval Station Rodman were" presented suggestion award
checks this week by Capt. W. B. Tucker, commanding officer. Award winners (left to right)
are: Gerard C. Grenler, Curtis L. Berg, Roland Basttieson, Tucker, Meyer Kaplan, Earl St.
John, c. Luclle Baer and Marian M. DeVore.

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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Wanted Position
CATERER offen her services.
At teas, cocktail parties, dinners,
luncheons. Call Gamboa 6-446.
EXPERIENCED English stenogra stenographer
pher stenographer with knowledge of Spanish,
wishes full or part-time work.
P.O. Box 387, Ancon, C.Z.

Discovers Europe, Tis Tme:

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award for "exceptionally meritori meritorious
ous meritorious service of national signifi significance"
cance" significance" in providing "the first
known geodetic relationship be between
tween between the North American and Eu European
ropean European continents."
The award, however, is appar apparently
ently apparently a little premature. A spokes spokesman
man spokesman said it probably will be an another
other another year before the Air Force
completes all the calculations it
obtained in four years of elec electronic
tronic electronic charting.
Until then, the Air Force will
be unable to say whether Europs
and the United States are closer
or farther apart then commonly
supposed. And once the Air Force
comes up with the exact intercon-
mitinental distance, there is a nos

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES, and largo
boach horn. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD
THING?
You'll enjoy a vacation at the
SAN JOSE INN
Address: San Jose Inn, San Joeo,
Costa Rica.
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottages.
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
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Worldwide Project
The project is part of a world worldwide
wide worldwide recharting of the earth's sur surface
face surface by all the military services
of the United States as well at
by other natipns,
Essentially, the orb-Mem Is that
while there are fairlv nreeise

maps of specific areas of the
world, the global relationships be between
tween between these areas remain inexact.
In the course of its survey, for
Instance, the Air Force found that
the Grand Bahama Island in the
Caribbean is eight miles out of
position according to current mps.,
The Army Map Service discover discovered
ed discovered in South America that some of
the Andes mountains were actually
two or three miles from where

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ilBER 23, 1956

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, DEUgftSK

Waily-Frosted Buns Are

Yuletide Gift Project

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ideal for a family project In gift -making.

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By GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Fool ami parkets Editor

Matty families are getting to together
gether together this season to make food
gifts for their relatives and
friends. It's always a heart-warming
group project, and gives
Christmas, a richer meaning.
The making of yuletide yeast yeast-raised
raised yeast-raised buns, frosted and deco4
rated, and twisted into many
shapes, offers a delicious family
gift project.
Yulttide Buns
tOne-half cup milk, V4 cup sugar,
1V4 teaspoons salt, cup short shortening,
ening, shortening, V cup warm, not hot, wa wa-tr
tr wa-tr (lukewarm for com Dressed

yeast), 2 packages or cakes yeast,

active dry or, compresseu; 4 eggs,
beat,, 5 cups flour.
Scald milk. Stir in sugar, salt
and shortening. Cool to lukewarm.
Mmr water into a laree mix

ing bowl (warm, not hot, water1

for active dry yeast; lukewarm

water for compressed yeast.)
Snrinkle nr crumble in yeast

stir until dissolved. Stir in luke

warm milk mixture, Ada oaeien

eggs and about half the flour.
Rest until smooth. Stir in re

mairtino fi'nnr. Turn dough out on

lightly floured board. Knead until

cmnnh and elastic: mace m

greased bowl; brush top with

shortening.

Pnvr lot rise in warm Dlace.

free from aran, unui aouoiea; m
hniw nhnnt 1 hour Punch down

and turn out on ngntiy nourea
board. Shape as desired arid place
on a greased cookie sheet.
Cnver lot rise in a warm place.

free from draft, until doubled in

bulk. Bake at 350 degrees r.
(moderate oven) about 25
minutes. .

Frost and decorate as desired.

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jewelry for winter. Jet and crystal follpw the same them; (left),,
in two necklaces entwined to form a hair ornament and a'tNMsr

used to edge the deeolletage. The- pearls (right) appiar in necrt-w
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server (left) that Keeps cooked food oven-freshor hours. Here
it's complemented with toaster, skillet and Danish bright-colored
enameled steel cook-and-srr e dishes. Slim extra-long tapered

stainless steel kitchen tools (lop center) sparkle like Christmas
tinsel. A new two-slice toaster (bottom center) has oven drawer
for crisping muffins. And for meal's end, mobile dishwasher
(right) has two-wash action to eliminate scraping and rinsing.

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'MANTIC FIFTIES' STRAIGHT
TALK STIRS HORNET'S NEST
If you want American women
to agree with you, never so much
s hint that a middle-aged woman
who devotes her life to trying to
stay young may be wasting her
time.
A recent column of mine taught
me that.
In It I deplored the frantic need
to hang onto youth that goads so
many women in their fifties. I
questioned their thinking; that if
they spend enough time in beauty
parlors, spend enough money on
clothes and work hard at always
being the life of the party they
need never grow old.
Well, it was like stirring up a
hornet's nest.
"Hqw could you be so cruel?"
they asked.
What's cruel about telling wom women
en women that if they win relax and be
their age. they'll be better off

than fighting against age? Or that

they should spend less time look looking
ing looking in their l.'irrors and more

time looking at the world about

them, letting serenity replace
forced vivaciousness?
They've FaHen For Come-On
The reason this kind of straight
talk seems cruel is probably be

cause so many people have told
women that they can have eternal
youth. They've fallen for the
come-on.
"Use this face cream and you'll

never have wrinkles," they are

promised.
"Use this soap and you'll have

the dewy complexion of youth."
Buy this, buy that, do this, do
that and you'll win your battle

against age.

It just ain'i so. The only way a

woman tan defeat age is Dy ac
ceDtine it. not fighting it.

And hat doesn't mean that she
has to retire to a rocking chair

and a box of bonbons, as one

writer accuses me of wanting a
woman to do as soon as she

reaches fifty.

It just means that a woman
should gracefully accept her age-

whatever it is and make her age
her ally instead, of her enemy.

It is the woman who doesn't try

CHRISTMAS gifts for. the kitch kitchen
en kitchen sparkle, with new ideas and the
party spirit.
Assistance to the hostess is just
one claim of a new appliance mak making
ing making its debut in time for this
Christmas. It's a home-sized adap

tation of commercial hot food

servers. Made of stainless steel,
it has thermostatic heat control
and two drawers with separate hu hu-miditv
miditv hu-miditv controls.

Foods, such as meats, vegeta

bles, rolls and desserts cooked

four to she hours in advance of
serving can be stored and kept
moist oi crisp or any point in be between
tween between wi'thou loss of flavor or ap-

pearancei The server oan be buil

into standard 24-inch base cabi cabinets,
nets, cabinets, under counter tops or into a
wall adjacent to the stove.
Wheeling up for Christmas giv giving
ing giving is l new portable dish-washer
that takes practically all the work
out of this daily task.
After heavy food soil such as
bones and corn cobs are shaken
off dishes, the machine takes o o-ver.
ver. o-ver. A vigorous "fire hose" liqui liquified
fied liquified it and swirls it down the drain
before the detergent action sluic sluices
es sluices off other food, wash begins.
Smaller electrical appliances will
appeal as much to the person liv living
ing living alone as to a family. One slice
toasters, slim and trim, take little
space and carry modest price
tags. Toasters with "oven" draw

ers can deliver bread or muffins i skillets are to be found in differ
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you take your costume jewelry?, ble as bracelets. They can

uwi 'iw spanning or ugni ana
bright.

You can have it cithe- way and
be in fashion. But the great big.
dark pieces combining jet and

crystal or black and brown have
a new look. The only combination
equal to tft'-k say, that of pink

worn as hatr ornaments or usjec
to outline the neckline of a drees

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By. MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
AT 18, Dot went to a noted wom women's
en's women's college, attended classes, dat-

to fool anyone about her age who
knows that every age has its pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities and its rewards. She is
the one who it willing to try to
be an attractive-looking woman of

50 or 60 m.tead of trying to look

younger than she is. And she

seems rcaiiv voune to others.

The woman who tries to cling
to youth is the only one whose

age makes her seem pathetic.

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ed, majored in English Literature
and graduated.
Because she wore clothes well

and her ungle knew the advertis

ing manager, her cltys smartest
department store agreed to make
her a fashion stylist. By the end
of the year, she was earning an
excellent salary.
Living at home, she spent it on
luxuries instead of on rent, food,

cleaning, telephone and other ba basic
sic basic bills. Later, moving to an a a-partment
partment a-partment with another girl, she
paid half of the basic bills. But a
suiary raise enabled her to go
right on buying loge theater tickets
125 suits, imported blouses, ex expensive
pensive expensive cosmetics and vacations.
On one of the vacations, she met

Fred.

HE wanted marriage intensely.

Because their doubled income

made one immediately possible, he

said, "Sure, go on workmg.We 11
do fine." Which they did. They had
a maid four times a week, and
they had fine parties. It was morning-after
dizziness after their big

gest party that first told Dot she

was going to have a baby.
A modern girl, she met pregnan pregnancy
cy pregnancy in the mouern mode. She bought

some good looking smocks and

worked to within a week of her
confinement. So she and Fred had
the money for the services, of a
first-rate hospital and a fashion fashionable
able fashionable obstetrician.
lour months later, Dot .gave
herself her first home permanent.
She bought her first pair of serv
ice-weignt nylons. She had henrst
quaireh witn Fred over the price
shed paid for some wine. Then
young Timothy caught his first
cold. It became the kind that doc doctors
tors doctors visit twice a day. Its. cost
made, his parents' decision to move
to a cheaper apartment.
THE sink didn't work well. The
closets were small. That spring,
finding a moth hole in one of the
$125 suits, Dot burst into tears.
The following day, Tim fell into
the pad of water with which she
was washing windows. When he

was back in dry clothes, his anoth another
er another went to the telephone and ask

ed for her old job back.

Now all is fine again. Tim is in
nursery school. He has a big sun sunny
ny sunny room with shelves of toys, ine
only problem is the unreliability
of the women Dot hires to look af after
ter after him. But as she never fails to
keep in telephone touch when he's
sick, you couldn't call Tim "neglected."

By GAILE DUGAS
NEA Women's Editor
NEW YORK (NEa') Many
mothers know lhat with the ar arrival
rival arrival of the holidays, their daugh daughters
ters daughters are going to want to blossom
out in new clothes for parties.

Km- the- teen-age daughter, cloth
es will tend to be date clothes and
more sophisticated, therefore,
than tfioao- worn by her younger

sister. And even if she's in her
early 20's, older sister may find
her best bet in both fashion and
cents lies in teen-age styles.
Clothes that are not just one one-party
party one-party fashions are the ones to
pick if jou want to be kind to your
budgcr They should serve sever

al seasons, though a rapidly gnm

ing sub-teen may be lucky to get
through one.
We show (left) an inexpensive

party-going dress in chromespun,

an acetate whicn will hold its coi

t r against all normal fading haz

ards. This has dropped shoulder

J.ne and high bodice emphasized

by contrasting satin band.
For older sister (right), there's
an ensemble in a fabric woven of
estrort acetate and cotton high-

l lighted by geld metallic yarn.

.sheath is slim with satin cummer cummerbund.
bund. cummerbund. Straight coat has tab pock pockets
ets pockets for accent, no buttons.

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By ALICIA" HART
NEA Beauty Editor
BEAUTY is the one possession
all women long for. When you
give it. in some form, to a wom

an as a'Christmas gift, you're giv-

ine her the thing she most wants

A jar of cold cream is not rec recommended.
ommended. recommended. A luxurious gift (i

heautv is what she wants. It

needn't be cxDcnsive. to be luxu

fious. It may, like the mink-trimmed
perfume container for her
handbai. be budeet-priced. But it

will be something special.

A famous French house is put-

tine out. in time for Christmas

giving, a very special renaissance
flacon of glass and gold holding
15 ounces of cologne. The cologne
in this decanter mav be had in

anv one of three scents.

Snlashina about in a hoi bath

on a wintry night is an incompar

ahU luxurv when the bathing is

accompanied bv bath salts match

ed in fragrance to velvety dusting
powder. One house has them pair pair-aH
aH pair-aH far ffift.invins this year in a

white chest complete with over
size puff and scoop.

Perfume is, of course, the beau beau-t.v
t.v beau-t.v tfift. Everv woman hopes to

find at least one good-sized bottle
of perfume under her tree Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning. When you're buying
perfume, try to find out rrer pref-

erpnep. before VOU shop.

There are so many e xcellent

perfumes, French and American,
that it's a matter of personal
taste. (Yours and hers). From

France comes a diamond-cut bot

tlA that flashes like a jewel. It

holds an ounce (or more) of per perfume
fume perfume that ias the Orient as its in

spiration.
Bath oil tops the list of luxury
beauty gifts. This year, you can
buy it matched in scent to a fa famous
mous famous dusting powder, both beau beautifully
tifully beautifully packaged.

In the hands of designer Judith

McCann, both the darkly drama

tic and brightly dramatic pieces

can be worn one two nr throp

IfMhtys. Her (.necklaceavad just from

AH this is r"'fMi UT

means of a tricky clasp, the
kind of cleVer invent on that
her weightless, handsome

oacK earrings such a success.

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In this designer's colled

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Keeps, company with spark

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IN centuries past, delicately
swnonintf females and pale crea

tures languishing behind their lace

hanikerchiefs were consiaerea me
epitome of womanly beauty.
The keystone of the American
kind of beauty is good health. And
nevrr are the habits that make

good health more important than
in the teen years. Health that is

wrecked in the teens may never

reallv recover.

This -doesn't mean mat tne oniy

heautiful teens are the tennis rack-

Not unless you saw him in one et-swineing gals. A young lady

wh has no wild enthusiasm tor
outdoor sports can still be heal-

thv and beautiful.

It's a beautiful Christmas for her when you give her the beauty luxuries that delight every -.ww-.
Mink need not be expensive even though it is mink. As proof, we offer (upper left) Prirun
Matchabelli's purse dispenser of perfume In-mink-trimmed black faille case. ItY budget-wired,
too. Great, big, beautiful bottle of cologne by Luclen L'ong (lower left) holds fifteen tur.ee.
Flacon is renaissance in glass and gold. From France eotnes Tresor (upper right), an elegant per
fume In a diamond-eat flacon. Marcel Rochas does dusting powder and bath ell (right center.. In
matching scent. And from Coty comes dusting powder and matched bath salts in pretty bor

J4alr Jlntina JJd personal

TINTING hair is a very lmpor)

tant and personal boon to many
women. Many would just as soon
give it up as give up their girdle
which is never,
. i
Many women who thought they
would never do it, and, in fact,
even disapproved of the idea, now
cling to it in their maturity.
What people who are outside
the family think of the matter de

pends upon what they know. If
they're never conscious that a
friend owes her hair color to arti artifice
fice artifice rather than nature, they are

a

at,

of his bedtime tantrums

There's no sense getting mad at
his mother. Her evasion of female
reality is inevitable. For years,
she's been ducking the economic

kind. For years, other people have
been paying her basic bills while
she's had fun earning her child's
dream of a Big Allowance. Dot's
doing with her biological reality

what she's always done with resit.

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Get someone else to. look after it
for her.

Too often, teeners, because of

their seemingly boundless energy,

run themselves right down to a

The instinct of self-preservation
that makes one say, "No, I can't
go out tonight; I have to get some
sleep," doesn't usually show up

until past the teens. Most teen-agers
would sooner die than admit
they were sleepy.
But there Is no real beauty with without
out without health. A diet of soda pop and
potato chips will ruin teeth in time.
No sleep will lower resistance to

the point where a teener has to go

probably not conscious of the fact

that "y consider her younger.
YeC how quickly a woman who

tints her hair can sense a patron patronizing
izing patronizing attitude on the part of her

younger n sne lets ner nair grow
out.

For women who work outside
the home, it may have become
pure necessity. Hqw seldom does
a personnel department fret a a-bout
bout a-bout the age of a brown-or black black-headed
headed black-headed woman? How often are
antagonistic questions asked of a
gray -or white-headed woman, e e-ven
ven e-ven if she's premiture'y gray?

In an ideal world, perhaps.

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GLOOMY as it is to disiB

those who cherish visions am the
beauties of old Cleopatra, jfcliel
and Guinivere these gjils wer
nowhere near as beautiful fs an

average gin toaay.
Cleo and Helen of

ed to the strictly bat

Standards were differ

true, but the function

of eyes and noses, has- cfc

tie over the centurus

who drooled over these

have paid a pretty uncp

price.

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series of racking colds. ine was
put in the hospital and the pre pre-scriDtion
scriDtion pre-scriDtion given her was a balanced

ly. and a 10 o'clock bedtime. In

her busy life she had been ignor
ing these "unimportant" things.

fresh air and exercise can turn

body to a pasty mass.
Teeners need their health hah-

diet, and lots of it, eaten regular- its for beauty, even though they

might die of humiliation if anyone
knew they drank milk instead of
coffe;.

these problems would never coma John's heart. If a gal had bathec
up. It is somewhat bitter to cons;- ln those days, the would haiie e
der that gray at the temples merged looking like a piece at
proves a man "experienced" but cooked sheepskin. i
proves a woman "too old" for a Instead of soaping up for leau leau-job.
job. leau-job. I'y. these leading lights of an ear
lier day scraped with! sharpenee
If you do tint your hair or are P'eces of wood. This beautifi
planning on it, keep it up to date, process toqk place about one i
Letting it grow out a little is far1 month. She emerged Scraped raw
worse than having the natural cc- and still dirty,
lor. If you're too busy or budget- To compensate for the obvious obvious-bound
bound obvious-bound to get to a beauty saloi ly awful results, of this kind ol
often enough, learn how to do it beauty treatment, these damselt
yourself or get a friend t o help., 'naked themselve in perfurme
Use utmost care and iollow the Tr.eir young men, who were no'
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hhHorses In Feature
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PARTY FOR THE "FOLKS ACROSS THE STREET"

Today

ByW.

THE STORY: Emmett Cash catches up with his
sister Jean and Frank Ude, and holding them at
gunpoint, declares flatly that he intends to take, his
gister's horses. When Frank warns Emmett that
Sheriff Lew Chantry will get him, Emmett an announces
nounces announces that Chantry is dead and accuses Frank of

shooting him.
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LA TOUR'S voice struck
sounding like a clap ffom a flat
narid e. You lie, amrneu.' viiu
r myv be dead but if he is,
crew killed him before
Rafter C rode into Yates can
Emmett merely chrugged his
hnnlrier. "Nobody in Cashtown
,in hoiivp it after thev see the
natter r. lead in that shanty."
"T'H Aiv Chantrv up." Doc
swore.
Norring's riders spurring up
h. inns sloDe of Gobber's Knob
curst into view.
Reachine the flat on which
Rafter C was camped Hackett
called the riders to a halt.
Hyman was finished with his
fiddline and was stalking toward
the wagon. His hand crept closer
to his Distol as he neared the rig.
Hackett. ordered brassily
"That's far enough! Where's ev
erybody, Hyman? Your bed
rolls're empty."
Frank yelled. "On the ledge
Norring! You're being whip-
awed!"
Throufih the confusion that re
iulted from that yell. Norring
had left Chashtown solely to
itampede the horses, to break or
humble Jean. But he had gone
too far. Frank caught the look
on Norring's face as the banker
realized Milo Hackett was be beyond
yond beyond control. He saw Hackett
raise in his stirrups, dragging his
belt gun. Norring's open hand
struck his arm. Norring yelled at
his men ordering them back. In
a wild fury Hackett finished
yanking his pistol.
Even before he started his yell
of warning to Norring Frank
threw his arm full force against
Emmett's pistol hand. He put all
his faith into his reflexes. He
had seen Emmett react with the
agility of a cat and his own
tenseness told him how close this
would be. When Emmett's gun
went off a slashing burn of fire
ran across Frank's ribs. He
hinged anew his body driving
Emmett toward the edge of the
hell.
He heard a grunt from Swen Swen-aon
aon Swen-aon and was vaguely aware of
the blacksmith hoisting a man
above his head of Swenson
heaving him outward.
Emmett stood against the ce
dar; Frank became aware of
clawing branches scraping his
own face as he pressed relent
lessly against Emmett. The cedar
was going down he a n d Em
men with it. And Emmett was
still grappling him with one arm
about his neck. A fierce and ter
rible pair, exploded before him.
When his breath came freely
once again he felt Emmett
squirming from beneath him. He
sensed their fall had been ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed by the other man and
wondered dully if Emmett had
broken bones.
All about him rose the blast
of guns. Men were yelling and
horses shrilling.
He saw Hyman ben: forward
at the waist the way men lean
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when walking up a steep slope
and in Hyman's hand his gun
was sDurtine flame. While h e
watched Hyman spun crazily
about. He went to one knee and
dropped the Navy pistol.
' After what had happened to
Lily it was too much like throw throwing
ing throwing a life away. And Frank had
heen the .jne to order Hyman to
this oost beside the wagon. He
glimpsed Milo 'lackett's powder powder-smeared
smeared powder-smeared face beyond Hyman and
was sure Milo had been the one
to shoot Hyman. Frank leveled
the Navy as Milo's gun covered
him. The Navy kicked against
his arm. Hackett went down
clawing at thin air and Hackett
was dead.
He wheeled in time to catch
Emmett rushiing toward him. He
pulled the gun squarely down on
Emmett and shouted for him to
quit fighting. Emmett rushed in.
Frank triggered. His hammer
fell on an exploded cap. A mo mo-me.it
me.it mo-me.it later Emmett reached him.
He sent his fist plunging into
Emmett's face. The blow cracked
when it landed against flesh and
bone. Then a shot banged beside
his head. The man's eyes took on
surprise and then death blanked
his expression. Emmett slid for
ward until he fell at Frank's
feet. Frank spun about looking
squarely at Norring. There was
a smoke pistil in Norring's
fist. ThcN twb had fought one
another since their first meeting,
there could have been no other
ending.
Frank lifted his hand and flung
the useless Navy toward Norring.
The man on the horse shifted his
weight and took the blow against
the side of his body. An instant
later he lurched crazily anl fell
from his saddle. But not from
Frank's strike with the empty
pistol.
Tod Drury had sent a bullet
whizzing from the bed to the
lead splattered wagon and the
terrible impact of that big ball
had torn Norring from his horse.
He was aware of La Tour
lunging past with his cowhide
bag. La Tour was angry. "They
shot a hole through the whisky
barrel. What a waste!"
He saw the doctor lower to one
knee beside Hyman. In a little
while La Tour swiveled his look
and grinned awkwardly at him
and Frank knew Hyman would
not die.
JEAN ran to him from the
screen of cedar. They walked
along the face of the cliff, her
sobs slowly quieting.
Jean lifted,her face to Frank.
The faint, sunlight' showed a
placidness to her smile. "Frank."
she whispered softly, "we'll come
through with our horse herd.
We'll have our fresh start." He
drew her tighter and she mur
mured, "A woman doesn't auit
her journey not when she's be
side her man and she's as sure
as I am."
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It was rainy and gloomy looking
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bres. Cum-bres. With the main group of hous houses
es houses to our right, we watched close closely
ly closely and there, just off to the left,
we saw the Las Lajas schoolhouse.
There were lots of kids there
quiet, but with a restrained excite
ment. They were to have a party,
they knew, and mebbe, even pres
ents besides.
Las Lajas is ,-a community
which appears to have tumbled
off the main highway down
long slope and come to rest in a
deep valley across from Las
Cumbres. It's very much spread
out, but there are enough people
there to have 205 children of
school age. That was the number
at the Christmas party.
, Now jut about everything you
find at Las Cumbres, you don't
find at Las Lajas in the sense of
adequate incomes to raise their
homes, and heads of families with
aneqiiate incomes to raise their
taroines, and lots of creature com comforts,
forts, comforts, etc.
But there's one thine at T.as
Cumbres which annually spills o o-ver
ver o-ver into Las Lajas, and that's
Christmajs spirit. For several
years now, the Las Cumbres Civi-
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Council has had a party for the

school kids across the street.
Whenat started, there were a-
bout 35 children. Now there are!
205 children. This fecundity at Las
Lajas has strained the Las Cum";
bres pocketbooks. It could lead to
a discontinuance of the holiday
parties. This year the average Las
Cumbres family pitched in $10 plus
toys and clothes, both good and
new, and old and not-so-good. But
still useful, anyway.
MacArthur Higven was the
chairman of the Christmas Party.
He was the one who arranged for
Santa Claus. And a mighty funny
thing happened, which none of the
kids could figure out. This 'chap
Higven got in his car to go gtt
Santa Claus about 2:30 in the aft
ernoon. Later on, Santa Claus
ca"me back driving Higven's tar,
and no one saw Mr. Higven the
rest of the afternoon..
You don't support Santa Claus
could have taken Higven's car and
left Mr. Higven shivering up there
at the North Pole do you?
I stood wjth my camera ready
to catch the bugged-out eyes of
those kids as they surrounded San Santa
ta Santa Claus as he came down the
steps to, the school, with a big bag
of presents. The joke was on me,
While the children watched San
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ta like a hawk, no one said a
word, no one ran to meet him, and1
they were as impassive as the le-
gendary Indian. Actually, they
were plenty excited, buc no one
wanted to admit or show it.
However, before Santa came,
they already had had a big time,
by Las Lajas standards.
Getting 205 kids in out of the
ram into a schoolhouse which
could hold about 30 properly, was!
a chore. They were sitting in each'
other's laps, almost literally. And
there were no lights working in
the dim room, either. I surely,
don't see how the kids can study,
mucn, wun no equipment, crowd-!
ed conditions, no textbooks, and
sub-standard conditions in eveH
line. Perhaps it is the devotion of
their teachers which sparks thess
kids to education.
In orderly lines, starting with
the youngest, the children filed
by members of the committee
who handed out a bag of candy,
a cupcake, a package of cookies,
and a good-sized cup of ice
cream. For a final touch, there
was a can of ice cold fruit juice.
The fruit juice ottered a decision.
It was available "abierto" or
"cerrado" (open or unopened)
and many children took it uno unopened.
pened. unopened. They were the ones who
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member of the family.
Through administrative error,
there were no spoons provided
with the ice cream. It made not
the slightest difference. The tops
of the packages were deftly bent
and not a drop of ice cream was
lost
If ever theve was an orderly
group of children, those Las Lajas
students sure take the prize. No
shoving of the little ones by the
big ones, no pushing, no unplea-
santness by anyone. Not even any
loudness,
There was tome attemot at ca
rol singing, led by a pretty young
teacher, but the kiddies were too
engrossed in thoughts of ice cream,
cookies, and candy to give music
their attention.
For the little children there
were seconds.
Many boxes of toys, games, etc.,
had been unpacked and the con
tenta spread out-on a couple of ta
bles. Appraising eyes took m each
item on the table, but nothing was
handled or molested
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When Santa started distribution;
of presents, aided by the principal
ana another teacher, an the chit
dren watched closely. The system
was unique. On each doll or toy
or present was a piece of paper
with an estimate of the grade to
which it would best appertain.
A doll with a "grade one" pa paper
per paper was held in the air. Santa
cried, "Grado Uno" and then the
first little girl in the first grade
at school, who asked for It could
'have if. then, she would have te
leave the line. One present per
child. If you turned down the
present being offered, you might
not do so well later, but en the
other hand, mebbe something
held up later would be better. A
difficult decision.
1 am glad to say that after the
first pass around, there were e
nough presents for a second d
tribution.
Then, clothes were passed out.
The women did this. With expert
eyes, they glanced at a child, fig figured
ured figured the size and reached into the
proper, box for an article of cloth
ing
Mebbe every child didn't get ex
actly what he wanted, but he got
something useful. And the girls
were often delighted with their new
dresses.
Of course, the Las Lajas chil children,
dren, children, had on their best dresses
when they came for this was a ga
la event, and every mother did
her best to make the students neat
in appearance. With this in mind,
the garb of certain children fur furnished
nished furnished a critical index to the eco
nomic status of some families.
These pictures don't-have much
of a festive Christmas air. There
are not lots of Christmas decora decorations,
tions, decorations, ornaments, and the para paraphernalia
phernalia paraphernalia of a Canal Zone Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party.
But there was an inteanal Christ
mas in the hearts Of the givers
and the receivers. Not an adult
who sponsored the party could be
other than glad for his part. Not
a child came but was in his im
passive wy appreciative of the
generosity of the "folks across the
street."
Seeing the inner gleam in the
eyes of some of those children
having "a good time" which is ve
ry rare m the experience of too
many) was rewarding to
me. I wish mv camera miffht. have
picked up the warm flame of joy
behind the Brave, stolid faces ax
the kiddies ran home to tell their
mothers about the Christmas can
dy, ice cream cakes, fruit inirp
and displayed their presents anjf
tiotning.
Among those assisting at the
Arthur Higven, Mrs. Ruth Go Go-Artnur
Artnur Go-Artnur Higven, Mrs. Ruth Go Gomel,
mel, Gomel, Mrs. Bev Dilfer, Doctor Ge Gerald,
rald, Gerald, Dr. and Mrs. Lopei-Frabre-ga
(he's president of Las Cum Cumbres
bres Cumbres Civic Council) Ernest
Kerch, Mux Stompel, Mrs. Y Y-sorn,
sorn, Y-sorn, Professor Cespedet, Peter
Richard and Mrs. Eloy Benedet Benedet-ti.
ti. Benedet-ti. Wayne Smith assisted with
the pix.
This Dartv is nrnhahlv An It nun
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of several scores taking place this
viu .- mi as season Americans all
over the Zone have individually or
collectively undertaken to provide
Christmas joy for some family or
community in Pm.n. u.. i.
. ""p.". nunuims
of Panamanian children will have
a nappier unristmas because some
folks opened their hearts beyond
the close confines of their own
iamiues, and did a gracious thing.
wne eniey reading the
Bible might reread, in this eon eon-nectien,
nectien, eon-nectien, the story of the separa separation
tion separation of the shoe and the geats.
Start with Matthew 25: 31, and
road through verse 40, If you
have done something nice for
someone else this Christmas.
But if vou'vo Vfn vftnr Christ.
mas sharing close at home, you'd
better finish the story and read
through verse 45.
m
Ant TA all hnth thnrr .tnrv rosrl.
ers and those who read the long
er, sadder story, A MERRY
CHRISTMAS
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