The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
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PANAMA, B. P.. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8. 19M
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FIRE STILL RAGBS IN CALIFORNIA A wall of flame advances on a hom?ta th? SC
Calif., area, where a raring fire has destroyed 50 structures and blackened more than 22 000
acres. The blaze has killed one man, injured 64 otheH persons, and has left 150 homeless.
Firefighters Hope To Stem
Brush Fires As Winds Wane

MAI.TRTT Halif. flee. 29(TlPt

Diminishing winds gave fire firefighters
fighters firefighters hope today they could
stem the brush fires that have
destroyed at least 65 homes and
caused more than $60 million
damage to property and vital
watershed land in this movie
colony resort area.
Two of the three Jires menac menacing
ing menacing this beach playground Join Joined
ed Joined last night and the third in inferno
ferno inferno reportedly was exhausting
itself in rugged, uninhabited
terrain.
More than 2,000 weary fire firefighters
fighters firefighters have been thrown into

,.aMhe battle against th three ma ma-vBor
vBor ma-vBor blazes. The first lire started
, --i .JAHnntf nnJ niAC f All AW.

eerrtt the taflaWe homMoU

ted Lake 8Brwood area.
Among 'the film celebrities
whose homes were threatened
or licked by flames of the fires
were Jane Russell, Kim Novak,
Alan Ladd, Glenn Ford, Eve Ar Ar-den
den Ar-den and Bob Hope. Ralph Ed Edwards
wards Edwards lost bis 175,000 beach
home to the fast-moving e
near here Wednesday.
"I'm so sorry for the people
who lost their uninsured homes
and for the animals which were
burned," Miss Russell said7
Los Angeles County Fire Chief
Keith Kltnger hoped that the
Malibu and Zuma beach blazes
could be brought under control
this weekend. Klinger, however,
warned that a sudden shift in
winds could spring the biases in into
to into new fury.
The major fires raged within
a 100-mile perimeter, spreading
over 40,00 acres. One man has
been burned to death and about
75 persons, mainly firefighters,
have been treated for minor in injuries.
juries. injuries. Fire officials are investigating
the possibilities of arson in two
of the thiree major blazes. Arson
squads also investigated three
other brush fires that had
Tilamied Lo Ansretes countv in

the past four days.
The fires broke out at the
height of an abnormal drought
season in tmderdry brush in
foothills of the Santa Monica
mountains. Winds reaching
gusts of 70 m'les an hour fan fanned
ned fanned the Malibu and Zuma
Beach fires into raging :nfer-

nos during tnei reariy stages

Sherwood fire which destroyed
12 homes yesterday before mov moving
ing moving into unpopulated areas.
Many of the homes were fash

ionable lake-front dwellines.

Gov. Knight declared the Malibu
fire a disaster area Thursdav in

order to rush additional men

and equipment to the scene.
Assistant Fire Chief Victor
Petroff said the Sherwood fire
was touched off by a backfire

from a car on the Trtnnfn

Ranch. The fire raced through

a.uuu acres in less than io

hours.

ManV movie Stars evacuated

homes In the Lake Sherwood t t-rea.
rea. t-rea. Boh Hone ordered hi hrntr,.

cr Jim. 10 leave Hone's m

IS MM i i III l

Pfupwn near mile

on the valley side. The comedian

nJ 'aiKea over the phone
from Hollywood to his brother,
Who nnerntes fh. ,.-v. j

. vu c imiui, turn was
informed that flames were rac racing
ing racing over nearby hills.

Retired Employe Battered Budapest Shows
On Serious List

Fresh Spark Or Defiance

' I VMI I VMIIIi Willi
Happy New Year Held For Burglary

Reluctant Parents

Decide To Marry
Despite Tax Bite

GOTHENBURG, Sweden, Dec.

(Ur) A man and woman who
lived together and had a child

Dowea to puoiic opinion and eco economic
nomic economic pressure today and were
married.
Lennart Olsson and Mrs. Birgit

aernnuDua, wiaow of a Navy of officer,
ficer, officer, had refused In mirrv he.

cause it would deprive her of her

wmow s pension ana increase both
their taxes.

As Local-Rater

Gets PC Raise

more

eir

But they found they lost

money by not marry ihg. The

case aroused a nationwide contro

versy. They lost their jobs as

school teachers in the small town

of Olofstroem and Olsson could

not get another.

"I hope they'll leave us alone

now, said Olsson following the

marriage ceremony in a church

here, 'at least they can't refuse

me a job any more on moral

grounds."

DUB UUIIU I
ftA riooriwin Wnicrht, declared

Ventura County a disaster area
last night because of the Lake

Villain

f fsa

Gambler 8 trunk wanted
Apache laud. He Mid whisky
and rifles to the Indian and
stirred them into an uprising,
expecting the United States
Cavalry to fight his tattles.
Between the gambler and his
objective was one man, a de-

cowboy. Read the

Ike Goinq !o India,
Reports Nehru Today
LONDON. Dec. 29 (UP) A

Dally Express correspondent In

New Delhi quoted Indian Pre Premier
mier Premier Jawaharlal Nehru today as
saying President Eisenhower will
visit India next year.
The cOrreaoondent said Mr.

Eisenhower was expected to
come to New Delhi after the In Indian
dian Indian elections which end In

March.
Nehru cautioned the wnrlri

yesterday not to expect too much

irum ins reueni uwks wnn Mr.
Elsenhower in the United States.

Me matte me statement on his
return to New Delhi

"Our meeting will not take us
very far overnight," he said.
Althnrnrh Wehrii gnnnnnM

I yesterday he had invited Presi-
J 4. TM & J .. i i

uent cjspnnower to inaia, ne
paid he did not expect the Pres President
ident President would be able'tn accept the
invitation for some time.
Nehru said his ions talks with
the President develoned under understanding
standing understanding between the TTnited

States and India. However, he

said, "international changes do
not ennie about as the rsolt of

taws bat as the result of devel
opments."

A mo no- th. n

to be made' arte?

. ,UH Villi

u ine i anai Miimi..

i S. wuuu our-!SK-Te
ni.cxt few days- th most

-wwiue wj some io,opo emp byes
aethaKrate rolli will be an
five ,;ntf"b0aurd pRy lncrease f
nve cents an hour.
iaJtJ&l increase, announced
last October uriii k ....

irf Ae..Pay 1WW begin-

11,000,000 in augmented sala-
fln0.Ba? "nnual 6ash- The
nve-cent increase Is the sec second
ond second to be made w'thln an
eight month period. An in increase
crease increase of four cents an hour
was made last May. Together,
wte two increases amount to
approximately $1,800,000 for
Canal employes annually.
innroaoa ...ill 1-.

effective Sunday, a large num-
Der Of emnlnvoe whn dm

--.....r.Vi,va riiv cC 1CCCIV
in force reductions at the end

or mis month will be benefitted,
since their accumulated leave
will be computed on t.h

rates,

In the rommutflt.ion nt onnn-

- v 4 MV, U
mulated leave to cash, when
they leave the service, the five-cent-an-hour
increase will mean
an additional $5 per 100 hours

oi leave.

A retired U.S. Armv emnlnve

suffering shotgun wounds in the

nea,u, is sua on tne senousiy-iu

list at uoreas Hospital.

William L. Danielx who liven

in Santa Clara, suffered wounds

last nignt or an undisclosed na

ture and was flown by Air Force
heliconter tn the Canal Zone Kn

details are known, but an Inves

tigation is being continued.
A heliconter of the 57nnth Air

Base Group at Albrook AFB was

oraerea to santa Clara to pick
up Daniels after his condition
was reported bv Dr. Teodorn A-

rlas, who was also in Santa Cla

ra.

Dr Fred Ten Evelr nf th Air

Force and Dr. Arias looked after

the wounded man on the trip.
When Daniels arrived in the
Zone, he waa transferred to Gor-gas.

Four Youths Being

it Cocoli Station

FOUR Youths P-l Muci ...
Four youths a U.S. sailor, a
Salvadorean student of Balboa
High School and two Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians are beln held in Bal-

poa tan on a cnarge of our

day morning; in Balboa Magis

trate's Court.
Thev lire alleired tn have hrn-

ken into the cocoli service sta station
tion station about 1 a.m. vesterdav. Po

lice said three cases of oil cans,

two rear-view mirrors and other
nrohertv renorted missino' from

the service station were recover recovered.
ed. recovered. The defendants are Franklin
J. Lenhart, who is stationed a a-board
board a-board the USS Rail at coco So Solo;
lo; Solo; Hector D. Nash, 18, who is a
high school student; Andres
Magallanes, 17, a Panamanian
resident of Cocoli and Walter
Jaime Nleto, of Panama.
The" four youths, were arrested
earlv vesterdav mnrnlnir no-

tails of the case were not dis

closed pending tne completion
of the Investigation.
The defendants annenrerf he.

fore Judge John E. Deming, who

continued tne case and set pan
fo reach defendant at $500.

BUDAPEST, Dec. 29 (UP) A
declaration by Hungarian writ

ers wno marcned in tne fore
front of the nation's revolt, tn.

dav accused Russia nf "a Vilstn

ncai mistake when It stained the

revolution witn Blood.

The fresh anarb- nf de-fianre

from battered Budapest came as

citizens were picking up the

Pieces Of rubble and atmaro-linar

slowly back to normal life.

mere was no immediate sign

oi government reaction.

rne declaration, passed in a
closed meettnp of the Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian Writers Association yes yesterday
terday yesterday and made available to
western newsmen today, also
"pledged loyalty to the flag
that symbolizes that a nation
was born again from the unity
of the revolution."
The writers nledeed nn con

cessions to the government of

Premier .Tannx Kadar and re.

jected charges that they had a-

rousea tne revolution.
The declaration said oil tha

writers did waa to tell the truth

in October when the revolution

exploded.

Some 250 members voted on
the resolution with nnhi elahf

votes against it and five absten

tions, a writer wno attended tne
ttieetine said.

-we mveto statt

Mart that

vent man

mistakemKehU

revolution with blood," the de

claration said.
The Russians have withdrawn

nearly 25 per cent of their troops
from Hungary and the exodus is
continuing, reports to independent
Aon Communist sources said
today.

The resorts said the Soviet

mumst government along the

lines of Poland's new regime.

fwo Soviet armored divisions
were stationed in Hungary when

me .revolution exploded 2 months

ago. Between 10 and 12 divisions

i we were rusneo into the coun

try mostly from Romania and

tne soviet Union in an almost

unbelievably short time between

uct. 22 and Nov. 4.

As the Soviets appeared to be
relaxing their grip on Hungary

Mnuy, me government news newspaper
paper newspaper Nep Szabadsag accused the
pre-revolucionary Hungarian gov government
ernment government of cutting pit Hungarian
intellectuals from the rest of the

world.

Hero Of Hungarian

Resistance Said

Forming New Army

U J. I

" h msar on racuton,

1JJ

VTRIflaHI TUfl I -i. HpiM-si

ruicai. rir

VIENNA. Dec. 29 (UPi A ref

ugee from Hungary claimed yes yesterday
terday yesterday he had .evidence that

re herd Mat

i orsaniatna

rip naKfinv

Bndanest

Austrian nolice said the. refu

gee ciaimea nis iatner nad spok spoken
en spoken with Maleter in the Bakony
Forest on Dec. 8. The Austrian

police did not know the name of

tne reiugee wno Drought tne re
port.

Maleter. her of the fishtine

In Budapest Klllan barracks.

Negro Woman
Through Legs

S "SSi? .?' 1L"?2 LJfe. W5 ?

., .. ,:u .wnj,4wraawi wucii e wo lie-

h.l 7J -Ij u.1 ; rwr sian proops irom Hungary,
wl tL c Je easie? borderi Thne- ha been no definite
thu-s;s-B- m 27 trains. J news of the freedom fighting

xi lepOTis came irom several general since the day he was

independent sources which have

proved reliable in the past.
New Look

The move appeared designed to

Rush with a master nlan tn let

Hungary build a "new look" Com

' HARD CHOICE
By Nelion Ny
Beginning Tomorrow
In 'ffi 'Panama American

Ridina 'n Jumpinq

Slated For Sunday
A riding and jumping exhi exhibition
bition exhibition will be held tomorrow
at 2:30 p.m. at the Panama
R'ding School on Chiva Chiva
Trail.
... Among the performers will
be Maxine and Mimi Conover,
Bunny Mausert, Gaby Fred Fredericks,
ericks, Fredericks, Candy Anderson, Jan Janice
ice Janice Scott, Janice Spencer and
Lacy ffinkle.

News Agency OKed
By French Reading
PARIS. Dec. 29 UP) The new

Status for the French nnasi-nf.

ficial news agency, Agence
Prance Press was annroveH Its

second reading in the council of
the reniihl1f todav an4 viaw q

waits only President Rene Coty's

signature ro go into effect.
It already has been approved
by the National Assembly and
signature by Coty Is certain.
" i
On Nasser's Book:
57 Trio To Moscow
LONDON. Dee 20 f!lTlfmm.

Man President Gamal Abdel Nas

ser torn a Russian Red Cross de

legation m Egypt that he will
Visit the Soviet Union In 1057

Moscow radio renorted leaf

night.

Poland Primate Said

Ready lo Visit Pope
VATICAN CITY. Dee 29 riTPl

Vaticgn sources said today

that Polish Roman Catholic
primate Stefan nardinai Wvs.

ZVnski is exnerted to visit Pone

Pius XII here during the first

nan oi January, 1957.
The sources said the most
Drobahl ? date for the Innir do.

fayed Visit waa Jan. 11 although
the Cardinals plans may be sub subject
ject subject to changes.
Cardinal szynskl himself
announced his imminent visit to
Rome on Dec. 24 In a conversa conversation
tion conversation with tlha War con; eerreAnAn-

vw. ..". ..IV T T U. Ufc. WA'WU1.
dent of the Rome independent

newspaper ,n Tempo.
Reports- that he would travel

f A 17 aw a Its 4.4i if a fHAiM Dam

vvy suviiiQ II. tVtviYC AlKHl JL Upv
Pius the red, Cardinals "Oalero"

Kea at) Had been circulating
since Wvszvnski was permitted

to resume his functions as
primate of Poland late this
year.

lured into the Soviet Komman-

aantura. in Budapest it was be believed
lieved believed he was still in the politic political
al political police jail In downtown Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. Immunity Abuse
By Red Diplomats
Charged By Swiss
ZURICH. Dec. 20 (UP)Swit-

zerland expelled "more than a
dozen" eastern dinlnmats the

past two year for abusing their
diplomatic immunity, the Zurich

aany uie iat" claimed last
night.
It made this claim in a lengthy

article on how Swiss federal po police
lice police shadowed and crap Iced an

Hungarian espionage ring orga

nized ano directed oy iormer
Hungarian Legation Secretary
Mate Vegh.
Citing the "blackmail meth methods"
ods" methods" used by the Communists to
recruit their aent "Tile Tat"

said "this shows nnee more that.

certain people working for lega

tions amise tneir immunity, it
would therefore be desirable to
somewhat reduce the freedom of
movement, for the memhera nf

certain diplomatic missions."

NEW YORK. Dc. 29 (UPS Vinlanre Lm 1I..J

again in Dixie's long-smouldering segregation dispute.
A one-day calm in the bus battle at Montgomery, Ala.,
was broken last night when a sniper twice shot at a city
bus, woundina a Nearo DOSSenaer find fnrrmn mmm.

suspension of the city's bus service.

in lallahassee, Fla., a Negro minister charged today
that the bus COmoanv was "mnninn n rne iuwI" JS!

... . -- 9 afwwi tui Willi
persons while Negroes flouted city segregation laws by
sitting "up front."

In Birmingham. Ala., searenntinn lnAr A. r..e.

unfolded his plan for a mmuteman" mkni l.;..

the color barriers uo even if a federal rn,t kw.

,..! It MIIVI1 WU1

Dirmingnam s bus segregation law,

A Nearo woman Rosa Jordan

cnai woo wtmgh tn

buUet

side of a Monlgomery city bus

as it drove oast a Neero housimr

project.

The bus driver, w. H. Pulll-
love 47 drova straioht. to nolle

headquarters, but resumedf his

route xoiiowing questioning ana
was once again the target for a
sniper. Less than an hour after
the first shooting, a bullet hit

tne bus about two leat irom fui-
lilove.

Send That Income Tax to Washington;

. t. i
Zone No Longer Under Florida Office

Tfir Rll Truth

CrTfCAfrf). Dee M (tTP tn

,r my, nroressnr of soeech at the
University of Mismnri mk. io

. "in. .0 a
tend'ne the national anaeok

.vbvn." OI'

fieater convention here said "T

thmlr the rinct fimAn. A m......

MM TSite ymir eottnn nieVtnp

hands off my sin.'

Wendell L. Lindsey. the canal

Zone representative of the in internal
ternal internal Revenue Service, an announced
nounced announced that the 1957 Taxpay Taxpayers
ers Taxpayers Assistance Prncrram for fil-

inir income tav return for the

year lase win be begin wednes-
dftv. .Tan 5 and eon tlnne

through Monday, April 15,
The major change from prior
year instructions that affects
taxpayers in this area, is that
residents of the Canal Zone
will no longer file their re returns
turns returns with the Distr'ct Direc Director,
tor, Director, Jacksonville, Florida. Re Return
turn Return for 1956 and subsequent
years will be filed with and be
under the jurisdiction of the
International Operations Divi

sion, Internal Revenue Serv

ice Washngton 25, D.C.
A new line-bv-line Inatnitinn

booklet, which accompanies ail

Federal income, tax Form 1040s
through the mall, should be of
assistance to individuals in pre preparing
paring preparing their own returns. Ad Additional
ditional Additional Instruction booklets and
forms are available at the local
Revenue office for those who do
not receive them through the

mail.

If additional assistance Is
needed, such servir. m

tamed at the internal Revenue

office, located In the Balboa

Clubhouse, wnlch wm be open
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
thrOUBh FridAV Tn addition

service will be available at the
post office In Cristobal, Room
300 on Mondays, from fi ajn. to

4 p.m. Telenhone service

those hOU will be availahl. an!

you arc urged to call 2-2363 if
the problem Is one that, ran he

I handled by a phone call.

Llndsev will be assisted durine

the filing period by Morris
Ooldfarb, internal Revenue a a-eent
eent a-eent from tha international Op

erations Division in Washing

ton, D.C.
Taxpayers should mail their
tax returns, together with
the'r checks, bank drafts or
money orders, direct to the In International
ternational International Operations Divi Division,
sion, Division, Internal Revenue Serv Service,
ice, Service, Washington 25, DC, ra rather
ther rather than filing them with the
local Revenue Office. This wll
relieve the Service representa representative.
tive. representative. m tht Zone of much de detail,
tail, detail, which will make It possi possi-We
We possi-We for them to be f greater
assistance to these taxpayers
who have difficult problems.
aBslieiaal siBiA eelhaailel im 4 Waa
tiiittiii. JTriTri i ij nr. in i.riv

form of a eheek hank draft, or

postal money order made pay

able to the "Internal Revenue

Service." For the convenience of

Canal Zone taxpayers, special
arrangements have, heen mad

so that personal checks drawn

on tne canai zone branches of.
the First National City Bank or
Chase Manhattan Rank mav he

mailed directly to the Interna

tional operations Division, in internal
ternal internal Revenue Service, Wash-
i net On. n.C. (Such nanal 7.nne

checks, however, should not be

sent to any, other U S. Internal
Revenue office In payment of

Federal taxes). Cash or currency

of course snould not be forward forwarded
ed forwarded through the mall.
Lindsey also reminded zonlans
that Jan. IS is the deadline for

naymjr the fourth and final
ouarterlv installment nf 1QM es

timated tax,

Fullllove said the seven white
passengers aboard his bus "hit
the floor inH then staved there

while I drove to the police headquarters."

it was tne second nignt mat
snipers had made city buses
their targets. Police commis commissioner
sioner commissioner Clyde Sellers immedi immediately
ately immediately suspended the city's bus
operation for the night follow following
ing following the shoot'ng. The city
commission sched uled an
emergency meeting for today.
a lor ore fnma nf nf fleers were

sen Unto the area where both of
the shots came from, but they

failed to find any clues.
Pour davs of court-ordered bus

lnfivratlnn In ifnntcrnmprv had

passed practically without lnci-
j4avi hofnrc UoHnocflau nlfrht.

when one bus was riddled by ri

fle fire and anotner sprayeo Dy
a shotgun. No one was hurt
then.

White citizens council leader
Asa Carter told a gathering of
segregationists last night that
he would organize "minute "minute-man"
man" "minute-man" vigilante groups to board
buses In the event of trouble.
He said the groups "would net
go there for violence, but for
Sood race relations and to re reeve
eve reeve tensions."
Tartar alsm snnlre nut for the

V (A 4JU4 UUS iyVI4V VUU 1 V'
organization of voting blocks to
put strong segregationists into
pffice.
Birmingham Negroes made a
one-day assault on local bus
segregation and 22 Negroes were
arrested for breaking the city's
Jim Crow laws.

However, following the arrest,
the Nero leaders claimed a vic victory
tory victory and halted the dvive. Thev

said they would take the arrests

to leaerai court ano nave tne ci city's
ty's city's bus segregation laws thrown

out.

Both the city officials and the

Negroes in Tallahassee were a a-waittng
waittng a-waittng the outcome of court
action before making any new

nas arrven tha Ta liana....

ie

Sit COmnanv an ir,4K

4K W4un uie Duses, segregated or
otherwise. Tha eit.v iit.nH-. u.-

fh!? ff14 ln cc court ssUng
that the bus firm be made to

eniorce segregation or give up
its franchise.

Meanwhile, weoro leader. ...

fitting where they please on
Tallahassee buses, while most of
toe rank and file Negroes are
still taking traditional back
seats.

It waa nnlv last mnntk. 4k.4

city court convicted the Negro
inter civic Council and M of its
leaders for operating a car pool
lor Nearo who Mnti.j th.

W u uvbWVWQ MilV
buses in protest of segregated
seating.
"It looks like the bus company
is running a car pool for white
persons t.h. w w 7j.

-V TT TTWi

Wood a Rantiat ln1.4 i

i j 44441 44U1U
.ifaie,r ot the Negro bus boy boycott
cott boycott thi, year, said a city bus
driver consulted with a police policeman
man policeman and ordered turn ,hir.

sengers off the bus when fihey
sat down in front immediately

terday Negroes yes-
He said tha driver ad.Hc.j

young white woman and a teen teen-aKe
aKe teen-aKe bov that thev nmnM 4.u.

taken where vou want. t

He said the two white persons
were escorted across the street
bv an unidentified ,v,it.

, 114444 1I1J4
and either got Into a taxlcab or

"44 4UIAU!OUUC.

Monaco Heir Due
In Late-January
MONACO, Dee. 29 (UP) -s
A Paris gynecologist who exam

inert princess urace last bunaay

said today she urobably will be

cme a mother late in January

ra .her than early in February as
expected previously.
He said he and several other

doctors were called In when the

former movie actress suffered

pain Christmas Eve.
"There was nothing wrong with

her but we all asree that

would have her hahv as earl

Jan. 2ft instead of February." he

sid.

British LI. Kidnapped
By Egyptians b Dead.

Smothered in Closet

CAIRO. Dee. 2fl mp ..

w 4re ja-
gyptian government newspaper Al
Goumhouria said today British Lt.
Anthonv Moorhouse uhv u

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By VICTOR RIESEL
Thhe eighth wonder of the world
is Mr. Nehru's contempt for it.
The Indian Prime Minister's dis disdain
dain disdain for any and all who question
him is lofty it dwarfs the original
seven wonders.
During his short stay here, Neh Nehru
ru Nehru coolly snubbed the massive A A-merican
merican A-merican labor movement which,
for those who have tried it, is no
easy maneuver.
Mr. Nehru was as emotionless as
the lady resident of the Taj Mahal
when, three weeks ago, he was
asked by AFL-CIO president
GeorBe Meanv tn make timofnr a
talk when the Prime Minister ant
to the U.S. Meany not only dis dispatched
patched dispatched such an invitation to the
Indian leader but sent another note
to the Indian Smhassv here malr.
ing the same request. In Meany's
letter, the labor chief suggested
that thev sit down with- Anna Kpth-
L, leader of what is left of the
a : a ti
anu-uommunisi Hungarian r e g-
lme-in-exiie.
Meany, who has fought for
hug shipments of wheat for the
shrunken bellies ef India's starv starving
ing starving millions, thought Nehru
would be interested In a first firsthand
hand firsthand account of the shrinking of
lives and liberties in Hungary.
Anna Kethly is here and has
been just around the corner from
Mr. Nehru, who ate a hearty
chicken dinner at Mrs. Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's New York home Thursday
night along with Chester Bowie,
another gracious fellow who'se
one world is so crowded with
love for India that he seems e e-motionally
motionally e-motionally exhausted when eher
people cry out for help.
Miss Kethly might have proved
to be a bit of a bore, at that, to
Mr. Nehru. All she had in her pos possession
session possession were first-hand descrip descriptions
tions descriptions of Russian tanks shooting
Hungarian women and kids. And
some scraps of paper on which
were scrawled messages thrown
from jammed box-cars rarrying
30,000 freedom fighters who were
being deported to Siberia. The piec pieces
es pieces of paper said title hings like,
"We re being shipped like cattle
by the Russians, tell our parents."
Mr. Nehru did not see Mr. Mea Meany.
ny. Meany. The Prime Minister did not e e-ven
ven e-ven answer his letters. Nor did the
Indian Embassy. Meany, spokes spokesman
man spokesman for 16,000,000 American work working
ing working people, was ignored. And Mea Meany
ny Meany is my nominee for the man who
is least likely to be ignored in A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. There is much to tell the
Indian neutralist, and many of
Meany's friends plan to get the
message to tne Indian people 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver the head of Mr. Nehru if nec necessary.
essary. necessary. There is one specific story some
of us hope to get across to the In
dians, especially since Mr. Nehru
television broadcast here talked so
much of India's fight for libera
tion. This is the sory of a young
Hungarian who distributed leaflets
in his country just before an "e "e-lection"
lection" "e-lection" some years ago.
This fellow, Lajos Ruff, 25-years-old
now, was picked up and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 15 years in a Communist
prison, he told the Senate Internaf
Security Sub-Committee the other
day. Under gentle questioning by
chief counsel Robert Morris, the
young refugee said that he had
gone through three stages of tor torture
ture torture over three and a half years.
"Each stage lasted about six
weeks. The first stage was com common
mon common torture, to extract 'secrets.'
The second stage was pshychologi pshychologi-cal
cal pshychologi-cal treatment in the 'bewitched'
room," he said.
At one point. Ruff said, he was
placed in a closet two and a hlaf
feet in size. He was kept there
tor five and a half days. Then
he wes put into the "bewitched
room." It had whirling, flashing
lights and a bed a at crazy an angle.
gle. angle. All the other prisoners a a-round
round a-round him went insane. Finally
he pretended to go mad. Whan
the' secret police realized it could
gain little out of further ques questioning
tioning questioning of the lad, they sent him
to an insane asylum.
ramp the revolution and Ruff
broke out. He joined the anti-Com
munist leadership in Budapest ana
was dispatched to raid the man mansion
sion mansion of former Prime Minister Mat Mat-yas
yas Mat-yas Rakosi. There Ruff found what
the Communist aristocracy was
like The villa was lush. It had a
sumptuous theatre, big kitchens,
lavish rooms, barracks vior a per personal
sonal personal bodyguard of 200 men and
a nrnm alnrilim small size lUSt
like the Nazis for political ene
mies.
Nnne nf this did Mr. Nehru, in
his neutralism, want to hear.
That s why he snubbed some 01 ne
best friends his own people ever
had. Obviously the man in jodh jodhpurs
purs jodhpurs is riding the wrong horse.
DOGGY The English sheep
dog effect comes from stream streaming
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CARACAS, Venezuela (NEA)
Something pew in South American
eovernmenis has emerged here
under 42-year-oid President Mar-
cos Perez Jimenez. He doesn't call
it a new deal but "El Ideal Nacio-
naj."
It s new pattern for would-be
South American military dictators
And K'l a model for other Latin!
American governments in raising
the standard of living of their peo
pie and getting their countries de
veloped.
This new Venezuelan form of
government is already an exporta
ble commodity. A commission of
Venezuelan officials has been in-,!,
vUed to Ecuador to show how it's
done, which is not with mirrors.
Gen. Perez Jimenez jumped to
the presidency from a standing
start as a lieutenant colonel in a
three-man military juna that seiz
ed power in 1948.
The government he heads today
is not a democracy such as they
have in Uruguay or even Mexico.
There is a Venezuelan congress,
wi-ich sometimes goes against the
president's plans.
SUSPENDED Venezuelan na national
tional national elections may be held again
next year. But if they are, it's
considered likely that "P. J." as
he's called, will succeed himself.
For he has been good for his coun country.
try. country. In oversimplification, his formu
la is to let private capital devel-

Walter Winchell In

THE WW VARIETY SHOW
Ethel Merman has often demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated her star-power. Over the
years she has enhanced about a
dozen musigals. The majority re received
ceived received so-so notices. All clicked ...
Flash! Elvis likes girls! "I enjoy
dating amost more than any anything,"
thing," anything," announced Mr. Presfty. .
Brooks Atkinson, the critic, has a

passion for details. Reviewing a performance in "The Ralnmak Ralnmak-G.
G. Ralnmak-G. B. Shaw blog, Atkinson noted sr" movie ... Not so long ags,
that the tome weighs 4 pounds ..! Kirk Douglas was one ef the se-

Vcriety's interesting news: Net
work radio is once again on us way
toward being a blue-chip advertis
ine medium ... What a time for
Bing Crosby to find himself with

out a sponsor (Dec. 28th, the same Shaw's "Pygmalion") has run lonj Hollywood careers are transient?
day we lose ours) for the first timi er on Broadway than any previ- Mlckey Mouse has been a star for
in his entire career ... Eddie Fish- ous GBShow ... The researchers for 29 ea.ri ... Audrey Hepburn's ob ob-nrtinff
nrtinff ob-nrtinff In "Bundlu "The Ten r'nmmanrimentc" mnvie servation: Unfortunately, people

of Joy" (coo-si-arring Debbie) is
Broadwav's latest Blessed Event
Note: Liberace, in an interview,
mweH himaelf to L i n c o 1 n.1
When he was asked if he minded
all the publicity, ne giggiea: "in
better than obscurity" ... Doris
... x nit i
Dav's Quotable quote: "Happiness
is not something you get it's
something you earn" ... Memo to
Nielsen, Trendex and Pulse: Don't
call us; we'll call you.
Ella Fitzaerald is her usual big

hit at the Hollywood Zardi's andlon dog care. (Arf! Arf!)

Edith Piaf is the Mocamoo s joy..
It was inevitable: Susan Silo is s When Deborah Kerr gets maaad,
distaff version of Elvis. Her lates she cools off with a hot tub... Billy
platter: "A Shoulder to Cry Or,".. Holiday's album, "Lady Sings the
Woody Herman's definition: t Blues," is real bluesy ... John
is a happy feeling" ... Vera & ,i Wayne's simple formula for sue sue-in
in sue-in "The Wrong Man" movie, nas cess: "Everybody loves a hero"

the type of cool beauty that re-
minds you of Grace Kelly ..Trump
is a merry new satirical mag. Its
top chuckle: A spoof of Life mag.
. at ij
The ooxr name collection can in include
clude include the "Happy Hunting" chorine
named Svetlana McLee ... The va
lue of sexploitation? Jayne Me
field earns $1500 weekly.. .Remind
er to those phonies who complain'
about wearing a hat on TV: The
most popular TV stars are cow
boys. They never take off their,
hats,
Mickey Kats' latest recorded 1

Reinforcements

Perez Jimenez'
By PETER EPSON

op his country. He welcomes for-
eign investments, particularly
from the U.S., with which his coun-
try now had a billion-dollar-ayear
foreign trade. He encourages pri-
vale enterprise. Communism just
ain't.
P. J.'s government merely con-
tents itself with taking 50 per cent
of all big business proiits in taxes
and royalties. And a good half of
this money is plowed back into the!
country in a vast public works pro-
gram. I
On top of this, Venezuela main-
tains a social security system that!
makes ths U.S. "welfare sta-e"
jk backward, Venezuelans of low
income get such things as free
medical care for their families, an
nual vacations of 30 working days,
a share of the employer's profits
as a Christmas bonus, a minimum
of a month's pay on dismissal
WHAT MAKES HIS "National I I-deal"
deal" I-deal" possible, however, is Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela is getting developed while
countries like Brazil, that insist
r development by local capital,
are relatively standing still.
lit December President Perez Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez was going about the coun country
try country dedicating public works com completed
pleted completed during the past year, The
list includes more than 1,000 proj projects
ects projects valued at over 585 million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. It covers such things as 75 mil million
lion million dollars in irrigation and farm
improvements, 70 mnuon'.in new
highways, 62 million in ports and
joy is "You're a Doitv Dog,"
"Hound Dog." Another Katx hil hilarity
arity hilarity is "The Lltvak Square
Dance." He's the only funny Je Jewish
wish Jewish comedian in show biz ....
What training is required for mo movie
vie movie stardom? Rory Calhoun was
a' miner, cowpuncher, forest
ranger and truck driver before
CeMuloidii beckoned ... Starrific
is the word for Katie Hepburn's
da jerk fizzicians In Schraffi's.
Skewp; Kim Novak talks in her
sleep.
Mv Fair I.ariv" rheii on
studied over 2000 reference books
Rod Steieer who nlav his.tahie
villains rnrtnoses mtet.rv Sn rine
Jimmv Caanev Joan r.rawfnrrf'a
groom must be a happy fella. Be-

tore her marriage, Joan wrote in" VC1 ,vv J""
her autobiog: "J need only the right same- gossipy and mean. Aud-
r- ... ... . emwr A.4', fk tMAithla iirifh human

man Once ne shows up he'll find
me a warm normal woman who
wants to be all woman" ..: Ingrid
collected $250,000 for starring in
Anastasia" ... A dog's life is not
so bad. Newsweek reports Ameri
cans spend $500 million annually
... "Ahgellque" is the type of turn
Tony Martin should record. A vel
vety ballad ... The snowy carouse?
in the Lever building is as Christ'
mas as Santa ... The Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood newies I like: "Shall I Try
Again?" "Tears Don't Care Who
i Cries Them" .. Decca had trouble
with "Lonely Wine" several times, i
Hey, Decca: Let Roberta d
'Lonely "Wine" and get your moen
e; back. ... we did tne narrauoi
for Bob Hope s "Beau James,
the life story of Jimmy Walker by
Gene Fowler. We may do the

Ideal

airports, 48 million in city improve
ment, 33 million in hospitals, 21
milion in eiectnc power projects,
20 milion for 74 new rural and ci
ty schools and 46 million in sum
: elimination and low rent public
housing projects, which are today
perhaps the most spectacular
things on the Venezuelan land-
scape.
SINCE 1945 nearlv 33.000 sublic
housing units have been built In
four to 15-story reiniorced con-
crete, brightly colored apartments,
They rent for from $24 to $57 a
month. And no new slums have
been permitted.
It is privately conceded that
there may have been some easy
money in the letting of contracts,
out no more than might be expect
ed in a gold standard country
where interest rates run 10 to 15
pe.' cent and every businessman
expects to make 25 per cent prof profit
it profit a year.
So far, none of the charges of

graft have rubbed off on the pres- 'tand f?fture- 80 he lndppen lndppen-ident
ident lndppen-ident himself. He is a little map. I i airlines were turned down,
bespectacled and pudgy. He makes ??e?pyer3 now

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his chin into the limelight the way
Mussolini and Peron used to do.
He gets most of his personal pu publicity
blicity publicity in getting things done and
going about the country snipping
ribbons to open some showy, new
government project.
He is a little man whose experi-
ment is something to watch
New York
Broadway columnist in "The He Helen
len Helen Morgan Story" for Warner's
and the Jean Harlow story for 20th
Reminder to the stars: On Broad
way, the first guys to recognize
talent are the imitators.
Why Mary Martin dwells in Bra
zil between show biz engagements:
The valley where her home is lo-
cated has the same climate all-
year: Never lower than 58; never
higher than 80. And the air is a'-
ui j ... nuu 1IU119CU3U19UA.
In the movies you cannot use ibe
word "bosom," although "a wom woman's
an's woman's chest" is okay ... Who said

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bas'cally learn little from war.
During the war in Holland, we need
ed each other so badly that we
were kind, we hid each other, gave
aen otner something to eat. When
beings they don't always act hu human.
man. human. Overheard a. the Boulevard a a-bout
bout a-bout an Ingrats: "Ths thing I
don't like about his friends is
him" ... "Don't try to domtsti domtsti-catt
catt domtsti-catt a man. Leave him wild,"
tips Martens Dietrich, an Author Authority
ity Authority On Th Subjtct ... Syd Foley,
songwriter, picks ail ths tuns
and improvises special lyrics for
Norma (Ths Dynamic One) Doug-
las. . Lery Plnlsy, ths popul
ar H'wood 4. ., shares our pre prediction
diction prediction that an upcoming al album,
bum, album, "Al Anthony at ths Or Organ,"
gan," Organ," will Maks It ... Mesf can candid
did candid interview this sidt of a psy psychiatrist's
chiatrist's psychiatrist's couch, was Ave Gard Gardner's
ner's Gardner's in Look mag. Shs conclud concluded
ed concluded with: "Ivory time I fall In
love, er think I'm in lovt, 111
gt married. I will try and make
ths ksst of my marriage, but I
think ll'l die if another marriage
fails. And, if I don't die, 111 kill
my st If." (Curtain).

I '!

Merry
WASHINGTON Pre aidant I
Eisenhower, wnose mother once
sold Bible tract for the Jeho
vah's Witnesses, is looking for &
delicate way to clear the family
name of this affiliation.
He $ sensitive about the tact
that Jehovah's Witnesses don i
believe in saluting the flag or
serving under arms. At the same
time, he doesn't want to appear
prejudiced against any religious
sect.
Both Ike and his brother,
Milton, have discussea the proo proo-lem
lem proo-lem with spiritual advisers. But
they haven't quite figured oat
how to disclaim Ida Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's relations with the Jehovah's
Witnesses wtihout offending the
sect and perhaps stirring up
charges of religious prejudice.
Inside story is that Ida was in influenced
fluenced influenced in her old age by a
nurse who belonged to the sect.
Being Bible-minded, old Mrs.
Elsenhower cheerfully agreed to
help the Jehovah's Witnesses
peddle Bible tracts.
Actually, both of Ike's parents
were staunch members of a
small sect called River Breth Brethren.
ren. Brethren. They brought the Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower boys up to believe in the Bi Bible.
ble. Bible. It was a reverent, if some sometimes
times sometimes rowdy, household.
One teaching of the River
Brethren was that only adu'ts
should participate in the formal
cnurch organization. Tnis ex explains
plains explains why ike waited so long to
accept church membership Two
of his brothers also waited un until
til until after marriage to affiliate
with a church.
Now the Elsenhower brothers
would like to find a graceful way
to announce that their mother
was not,- at heart, a Jehovah's
Witness.
PERMANENT VACATION
Washington Whispers:
Secretary of Labor Jim Mitchell
has told intimates he'll take a
prolonged vacation in January,
then make it permanent in Feb February.
ruary. February. Reason: he would like to
make more money
Chubby, chipper sen., George
Bender (R.-Ohlo), voted out of a
job last November, lg angllnz for
appointment as postmaster gen
eral. The White House is trying
to coax him to settle for a post
on the Subversive Activities Con Con-tori
tori Con-tori Board. .. .Foxy Sen. Jim
Eastland (D-Mlss.), white-supremacy
champion, called on
deputy attorney general fill
Rogers for a small favor. "You
Republicans ought to be grateful
to me," drawled the Mississippi
Democrat. "I gave you five mil million
lion million votes.". .
The Hungarian airlift will cost
the Air Force four times what
the independent airlines offered
to do the job for. Present esti estimates
mates estimates indicate the cost will run
around $12 million. Yet the in independent
dependent independent lines offered to fly
all the Hungarian refugees to
this country for $3 5 million ....
The Defense Department, how
ever, wanted to make a grand
J J. At 1
BENSON'S FEAT
Secretary of Agriculture Ben
son is quietly digging out from
under the mountain of surplus
food the farmers annually dump
on mm.
For the first time since he be became
came became custodian of the annual
avalanche, he Is unloading food
almost as fast as he is storing
Biggest accomplishment: he
has sold every last pound of
butter that had been in danger
of going rancid in government
warehouses,
Benson has peddled, bartered,
and donated food to almost any anyone
one anyone who would take it. He haa
given it away to state govern governments
ments governments for school lunches, to
charities for foreign relief. He
has traded some to hungry coun countries
tries countries for strategic minerals. He
has unloaded vast nuantitir on
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Benson has recovered half the
dollars originally spent for the
urpius commodities.
In the last two yean, he has
moved out of government bins
$1 bulion worth of wheat. $800
million of cotton, $500 million
bqtter $385 million rice, and
$175 milion cottonseed oil.
8ome countries have howled
over the effect of this crop crop-dumping
dumping crop-dumping on the world market
But the heckled, harassed store,
tary is making good un a cam campaign
paign campaign promise.
Though only half the orirtnal
dollar Investment has been' re recovered,
covered, recovered, he believe it's far bet better
ter better for food to go into empty
stomachs than to rot in govern government
ment government storehouses.
ISRAELI ULTIMATUM
HeadJ'Bes And Footnotes: Is Israel
rael Israel has served notice it will not
surrender the two Egyptian Is Islands
lands Islands it captured in ths oulf o
Aqaba until Egypt agrees to let
Israeli ships pass through the
Suez canal....
Young Luis Somoza, who step stepped
ped stepped into his slain father's shoes
as Nicaragua's president, has In Introduced
troduced Introduced some drastic reforms.
He has started a social security
program, has even given somo-za-owned
utilities to the people.
But, most revolutionary: he has
slashed the salaries of the Pres Presidential
idential Presidential family.
Ablest diplomat in uniform is
soft-spoken Maj. Gen. Sory
Smith, Pacific Air Force com commander,
mander, commander, who can even get alon
with Navy admirals Hottest
news letter on Capitol Hill is
written by tough, tenacious Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Jim Patterson (R..
Conn.).... Washington district
attorney Oliver oasch Is embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed about his brother, Man Manning.
ning. Manning. Manning Qasch is not on.
ly a noutspoken segregationalist,
but was picked up by police re recently
cently recently for carrying a concealed
weapon. Oliver told this column
emphatically that he does not a a-gree
gree a-gree with his brother's racial
views.
EXPERT MUZZLED
The State Department has
muzzled a Middle East expert
whose lectures to foreign serv-
ice. tofTfl have been branded
anti-Jewish.
He is Edwin TOrieht.
International Studies at the
Foreign Service institute, who
has been ordered to cancel all
ouisiae speaking engagements
and not to talk to the prlss.
xu Drusque action followed
complaints that Wright's iec.
tares i at theigovernmeiit-run in institute
stitute institute were loaded against the
Jews. He has denied the charge.
Strongest protest was lodged
by Hawl Davit panitz, promi prominent
nent prominent Washington churchman,
who complained to both assis assistant
tant assistant state secretary William
Rbuntree and institute director
Harold Hoskins.
The Rabbi told them he based
his accusations against Wright
on notes taken by students In
Wright's "A-100 junior foreign
service officers' course." The
State Department promptly be began
gan began investigating all students
notes.
Now is
the time
to forget
about
business
and wish you all
the blessings
of CHRISTMAS
and
may the NEW YEAR
bt as rich and full
at you have made
1956 for us.
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by EnkuM Johnson

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Skin From Traffic Slaughter Victim Grafted To Burned Tot J Tuesday anuaryTsi

Zsa Zsa Gabor told Desi Arnaz
on a TV panel show:
"Dahling, yu dun't nu hoo to
pick English."
A HOLLYWOOD ACTOR said it
after his first experience at skin skin-diving:
diving: skin-diving: "You should have seen the
one I got away from." . Alan
Wilson claimed he aaw a real a a-dult
dult a-dult western on TV "it was over
21 years old." . May W y n n
worked with a lion for a scene in
TV's "Noah's Ark" and later was
asked if she was frightened. "Not
a bit," she said, "The lion didn't
worry, me at all. I was more a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid of his trainer."

A Hollywood movie cutie show showed
ed showed up unescorted at the New York

premiere of "Giant." "Who's yoar

a&izt sue replied, ghoulishly.
Smiley Burnett was walking
down the street in Nashville when
a little boy stopped and asked
him, "Aren't you SMOKY BRU BRU-NET?"
NET?" BRU-NET?" . Red Skelton explain explained
ed explained why his Honolulu-to-Los Ange-

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-lies plane limped in on two motors:
wood's Best GagUnes of '56: The "It was my fault., It was a little
angry Hollywood wife asked her) cool and I told the hostess to turn
husband his- excuse for coming off a couple of fans."
home at 4 a.m. "Breakfast" he re-
plied. .. A producer asked a star; During the summer an Irma Irma-who
who Irma-who had just read his new film brained starlet asked a theater
script "How would you like to play j cashier:

the role?" Replied the star: "un- ., u t u

der an assumed name"." .,7 ii in .your
movie, 'Delightfully Cool, go

Dick Haymts said that In Tex is on
U. CXJ AAA Aim(4um marftlw A

W-year-old ..king for his wokly J0SE ,TURf explained why he
nL Robert O. Lewi d.- Pfefer? P'ano. to violin: "You can't

fined a Hollywood cocktail party !rest Z be a fiddle."

I09.l.nr TWI S).wH ."w..n. ... 4., M .

$85,000." . Larry Geilbert, who

sparKs sia caesar's writing statf,

stopped in rokyo, took a quick
around the city and said: "Every-

trnng nere iooks UKe it was made
in Japan." .... Henny Young Young-man
man Young-man told about the Hollywood cou couple
ple couple who got remarried because the
divorce didn't work out.
Army Archerd told about the
Hollywood tourist who couldn't
pay his Dill in a French sidewalk
cafe so they threw him IN.
Herb Shriner said: "One of the
questions those Army p s y c h i a a-trists
trists a-trists always asked us was, did we
like girls. We always said yes, but
they never did give us any."
A movie glamdr queen was ask asked,
ed, asked, "Which do you really prefer
a career or a husband?" "Well
she welled, "Whose Husband?"
. Joe E. Lewis tossed it at a
night club heckler: "Meet me at
the beach tomorrow and I'll show
you how to drown."
ROSSANA RORY lamented
I ve only got a 37 inch bust so
nobody believes I'm Italian."
Peter Lorre said it about the
IV release of his old movies when
he was Hollywood's Mr; Creep-
"Maybe I'll be the new Elvis
Presley."
There's many a forward look,
Jack Benny said, in a backward
glance. . Overheard at the Mo Mo-cambo:
cambo: Mo-cambo: "He's got more money
than I know what to do with
George Gobel kidded about his
new NBC-TV contract: "There's
one clause that forbids me to read
any other clauses" . .Phil Wolf Wolf-son
son Wolf-son suggested a TV show about
the adventures of a polygamist to
be titled, "I Fled Three Wives
. . Groucho Marx quipped it
while reading a cafe menu: "Hm
mm mm-Virginia ham that's a
good name for an actress I know."
A HoUywoodsman down to hit
last dollar after buying a sleek
yacht gave It an inspired name:
Broltus."

CHICAGO. Dec. 29 (UP)

i Surgeons today removed the skin

from' a little boy killed in the
Christmas traffic slaughter to
save the life of a horribly burned
3-year-oid girl.
The team of surgeons worked
for 5 hours in a Children's Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Hospital operating room,
transferring skin from the body of

III of

3-year-old Gilbert Case

Chicago and grafting it to that
of a little girl near death, Cindy
Evans of Decatur, 111.

The drastic operation provided

merely temporary covering for

Cindy, who was burned from her
knees to her chin wheh her dress
caught fire as she reached for a

Afterwards, the surgeons toldibox of crackers on a gas stove

Cindy's parents that the operation
appears to have been a success
and their little girl now has a
fighting chance to live.

A Record Diamond
Found In Russia
MOSCOW, Dec. 29 (UP) A 32 32-carat
carat 32-carat diamond, the largest ever
found in the Soviet Union, has
been discovered in th new dia diamond
mond diamond fields of northeastern Sibe Siberia,
ria, Siberia, it was reported today.
The official Communist newspa newspaper
per newspaper Pravda said the diamond was

mined near Yakutsk, in the center

m me new fields.

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However, Gilbert's skin now
covers 90 per cent of the burned
area. It will contain Cindy's body
fluids and give her body' time to
develop new skin of its own.
The life-saving skin was a bitter
Christmas gift from Gilbert's
parents.
Hit Htid-On
On Christmas Eve, Mr. and

Mrs. Gilbert Case were driving

4 of their 5 children to a Loop

department store to see Santa

Claus. A car swerved out of
traffic and hit them head-on. Gil

bert and his parents were injured
and the little boy died the day

after Christmas.
Mrs. Case, who is 7 months
pregnant, learned about Cindy

Evans a few hours after uiiDeri

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diver tests this one-man "sub "submarine"
marine" "submarine" in the sea off Cannes,
France. Developed by the Sub Submarine
marine Submarine Research Institute of
that city, the torpedo-like de device
vice device is equipped with powerful
lights, color camera and mov movable1
able1 movable1 Ans, It will be used in
the spring to examine and pho photograph
tograph photograph the sunken Italian
liner, Andrea Doria.
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died. Doctors told her that her
little boy's skin might save the
life of another mother's child.
"At first I didn't want them
to take the skin from my son's
body," she said. But the doctors
insisted that an operation was
necessary almost immediately if
Cindy was to Uve. Mrs. Case
decided she had no choice.

Last night, the 2 mothers met

in the funeral home where Gil Gilbert's
bert's Gilbert's body had been taken. Mrs.
Donna Evans said "I want to
thank you." Mrs. Case began
sobbing, but managed to answer
"I hope it will help your little
girl."
The operation began at 9 o'clock
this morning. First Cindy's
wounds were dressed. Then she
was put under anesthetic and the
delicate skin grafting began.
Cindy's mother and father, an
unemployed factory worker, whs
had already given skin from his
right thigh in an earlier graft,
waited the entire time in the main
lobby of the hospital At 2 p.m.
it was over.
"Everything appeared to go all
right," one of the doctors told
them. "Cindy is a critically 111
girl and will be for weeks. But
the has a chance."

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485,000 Americans
Were Paris Guests
PARIS, Dec. 29 (UP)-A total of

485,000 Americans visited France
in 1956, the French government
tiurist office said today.
A tourist office report said only
Belgians and Britons outnumbered
Americans among the 4,000,000
foreigners visiting France this
year.

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CHILEAN AMBASSADOR WILL GIVE COCKTAIL PASTE
IN HONOR OF LT. GEN, AND MRS. WILLIAM K HARRISON
The Ambassador of Chile, Almlrante Enrique La frets y Ecberarria and his wife have
issaed invitations to a cocktail part; to be gi ven at the Embassy residence on Nov Tear's
Eve in honor at Lt. Gen. and Mrs. William K. Harrison.
Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison will leave the Isthmus Jan. 4.

French Ambassador
Issues Invitation
To Dinntr Party
The Ambassador of France in
Patama and I.Irs. Lionel Vassej
have issued invitations to a dinner
party which will be held
Embassy residence at La
next Saturday evening.
at the
Crestal
Dinner Honors
Panama's Ambassador
To Cuba
The-Ambassador of Uruguay Dr,
Felix Polleri Carrio and Mrs. Ma.
rv ViMinia do Polleri gave a din.
ner at the Embassy residence on
Wednesday in honor ot i' ana ma s
Ambassador ti Cuba Alberto Boyd
and his wife, who are here for the
Christmas holidays.
Yerkes' Houseguests
Honored At Coffee
Party At Tivoll
The house guests of Mr. and
Mm. David A. erkes of Diablo
Heights were honored, tiday at a
coffee party given ai uie uyou
r.nMt House bv Mrs. I. F. Mcll-
henny.
Mrs. Gladys P. Gulick of Chevy
Chase. Md., and Mrs. wuuam n
n.niurh of Pittsburgh. Pa., are
the sisters of Mrs. Yerkes' moth
or, D. P. Conrad.
Approximately 45 ladies attend
ed tM affair.
Dr. And Mrs. MiehaUea
We 9ay Holiday Party
Guests who attended the gay par
ti, t.ho Anton home if Dr. av
Mrs. Erik Michelsen last nig-it
were charmed to see a typical
Danish Christmas tree. Many of tne
ai-namnntu had been sent from
riiiri in Denmark, and Mrs.
M;hain had made others her
self.
Tvniral Danish foods were serv
wi at. the buffet, some of which
hd henn prepared by Dr. Michel
sen's mother who is visiting the
couple.
Surprise highlight of the evening
was the appearance of explorer explorer-author
author explorer-author Capt. Ejnar Mikkelsen and
hL wife, who are passing through
th Isthmus on their way to the
Denmark Scientific Station near
Buenos Aires.
Mr. And Mrs'. Paul Friedman
Move To PotMlla
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Friedman
are spending the holidays packing
for their move from Ancon to Pal Pal-tilla
tilla Pal-tilla Heights, Panama City.

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Heights. The phone number will be;
Manama 3-ulU. ;
Mr. Friedman recently resigned
as assistant Supply nu Employe
Service Director f the rename:
Canal Co.
Lt. W. J. Joyce
Homo For Holidays
Lt. William J. Joyce arrived o-
ver the weekend to spend the ho
liday season with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Albert J. Joyce of Gavi Gavi-lan
lan Gavi-lan Ares, Balboa.
Lt. Joyce is with
the miniire
Cimmittee Headquarters Ft. Jack
son, U.S. Inf. Army Training Cen-,
ter, Ft. Jackson, S. Carolina,
Cmdr. And Mrs. Eastwood
Celebrate Wedding
Anniversary
Commander and Mrs. James
Eastwood entertained with the sec
ond of their holiday parties last
night at Albrook Officers' Club.
The Host and hostess gave the
party in the sixteenth annlversa
ry of thtir wedding.
Among those present were Rear
Admiral a.id Mrs. C. L. C. atkin-
son, thir son, Capt. Edward At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson of the U. S. Army and wife,
another son. George Atkison and
his guest, Miss Mary Riddle, Lt
ace. Mrs. Edward Saunders, Com Com-mender
mender Com-mender and Mrs. Donald Hos, Col
inel and Mrs. George Carroll
Capt. and Mrs. William Tucker,
Ct mmander and Mrs. W a 1 1 e.r
Clark, Capt. and Mrs. Charles
Schork. Cmdr. and Mrs. Charles
Wariner. Mr. ond Mrs. Wallace
Pearson. Capt. and Mrs. Joseph
Johnson, Capt. and Mrst Robert
Legge, Capt. and Mrs. A. B St
Angelo, Capt. and Mrs. Thomas
Ryan, Comdr and Mrs. C. W Har Harrison.
rison. Harrison. Capt and Mrs. William Lew Lewis
is Lewis Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Ira Dock Dock-ray,
ray, Dock-ray, Mr. and Mrs. John Moses, Dr.
and Mrs. Teidere Arias, Mr and
Mrs Charles Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Biggs, Ensign Mich Michael
ael Michael Heimoz, Lt. and Mrs. Thomas
Ball, Capt. and Mrs. John Andrews,
Lt. and Mrs. Joseph Williams.
Commander and Mrs. John Batch-
eilor, Comdr. and Mrs. Wallace
Utley, Comdr. and Mrs. Richard
Sexton, Lt. Comdr. Maurice Saw Saw-in,
in, Saw-in, Lt. Col. and Mrs. George
Daughtry
Birthday At Heme
lr.:
On New Year's Day
Mrs. Elba Talley of San Fran
cisco de la Caleta will give an at
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orate her birthday.
Atlantic Side
Chinese Children
laiey Party
me ennstnus
party sponsored
by the Chinese Community Center
at the Chung Wah Kung Soo was
a very successful affair. It was
one of the first of its kind ever
held on the Isthmus and over four
hundred and fifty Chinese children
were entertained with Christmas
niceties and toyi for all. Santa
Claus had a word for each regard regarding
ing regarding their behaviour in the past
year and the children reacted with
a razement and amusement much
to the delight of evryon.
A group of boys and girls dress
ea as pages and angels, sand
uinsimas earols in Chinese
At the entrance waa a beautiful
manger to gree the guests and
mate them feel the real moaning
of Christmas. In the center of the
hall was a big Christmas tre with
an tne imsei; ornaments, etc.
Later in the evenincr th mam
btrs enjoyed a buffet supper folow folow-ed
ed folow-ed by singing of Christmas Carols
in English and Chinese- Then
mere waa an exchange of gifts and
aoor prizes were awarded.
Also present were Father Rafael
then, C.M.F., Spiritual Director
ana rawer, Koberto Alvarado, C.
M.F.
St. Luke's To Give
Christmas Concert
The Choir Guild of the Cathedral
or at. uute, Ancon, under the di
rectlon of the Very Rev. Malnert
J. Peterson, will present a eon-
cert or Christmas music tomorrow
evening at 7 o clock.
The concert will be in conjure
tion with the service of Evening
rrayer, conauctea oy Dean Pe Peterson.
terson. Peterson. Earl C. Keeney will accom accompany
pany accompany the choir at the organ.
The program is a varied one,
including chorales, carols, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas hymns, and Church music.
At the Offertory during the serv
ice, the choir will sing the Christ
mas antnem. Jesu Bambino" bv
Pietro Yon, with the baritone solo
sung by Per-Olaf Borg.
Last Rites Planned
For Mrs. D. Maynard
Final arrangements have been
made for the burial of Mrs. Des Desmond
mond Desmond Louise Maynard who died
at her residence in Vista Alegre.
The body will lay in state at St.
Paul's Church tomorrow from 2
p.m. until 4:30 p.m. when funeral
offices will be read. It then will be
taken to Amador Cemetery.
Mrs. Maynard was a Barbadian
by birth and cam) to the Isthmus
during construction days. She was
a member ol St. Peter's Friendtv
Society, and her ardent church
work met the approbation of those
with whom she came in enntirt
Left to mourn her logs are her
husband, Edward William May Maynard.
nard. Maynard. a sister in Rarharini manv
relatives and God children.

St. Peter's Church

lo Hold Wafchnighl
Services (to Monday
The Rev. Roger H. Greene,
deacon assisting at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke and treasurer
of the diocese, will be guest
preacher at the watchnight serv services
ices services to be held at St. Peter's
Church, La Boca, Monday night.
Usually this service Is fully at attended
tended attended by members and friends
bent on welcoming the new year
in church. The office of evening
prayer will be used with a selec selection
tion selection of special hymns.
A celebration of the holy com communion
munion communion is scheduled for 9 a.m.
New Year's day In observance of
the Feast of the circumcision.
The Rev. John Spear, priest In
charge, will be the celebrant.
Services for tomorrow, the
Sunday after Christmas, Include
morning prayer and church
school 9 a.m., sung Eucharist
and sermon by the priest 10:30
a.m., and evening prayer 7:30
p.m.
A candlelight service is plan planned
ned planned in honor of the Feast of the
Epiphany next Wednesday.
Mrs. C. J. Winquisl
Dies In California
Word has been received of the
death of Mrs. Charles J. Win-
quist, at Los Angeles, cal., Sun
day, Dec. 23.
Mrs. Winquist, age 85, was one
of the old timers in the Canal
Zone having resided here from
1900 until 1932 when her hus husband
band husband retired.
Rh la survived hv three chil
dren, George W. Winquist, an
employe. of Compaflla Paname Paname-fia
fia Paname-fia de Fuerea y Luz residing; In
Panama, Mrs. Martin A. Seller
and Karl E. Winquist, both resi residents
dents residents of Los Angeles.
'Suspicious' Death
Of Follies Beauty
Ends Drinking Bout
NEW YORK. Dee 29 fUP Po
lice tentatively listed as "suspi "suspicious"
cious" "suspicious" today the death of a former
ZiegfeTd Follies beauty In an apart apartment
ment apartment where she had been drinking
with a retired-detective.
The body of Vera King Kram
er, 32, was found Thursday by her
drinking companion, Bradley
Hammond. 51. She was in her
bed, wearing pink and blue pa pajamas.
jamas. pajamas. Her right eye was black blackened
ened blackened and her right cheek bruised.
Hammond told authorities he
and Mrs. Kramer, former wife of
hotelman Milton J. Kramer, drank
excessively In her lavish split split-level
level split-level apartment on West End
Avenue.
He said Mrs. Kramer fell down
two stairs into the sunken living
mum anil that hm carried her to
the bed. Then he said he returned
to the living room and watched
television until ne ten asieep.
After awakening about 2 p.m. he
id h tnok Mrs. Kramer's dog
for a walk, returning about an
hour later when he tounn Mrs.
Kramer still in bed. He called a
AMnr and nnlicp hut Mrs. Kram-
U' 1 j
er was dead when the physician
arrived.
Baptizing Service
To Be Held Sunday
A number of candidates will
h irnmaMiai at A RaDtirinS:
Service to be held at the First
Isthmian Baptist Church tomor tomor-mmt
mmt tomor-mmt niorht. The castor of the
Church Rev. 8. A. Scarlett will
officiate.
The followins; services have
hn scheduled for the dav: 10
a.m. Sunday School for all ages;
11 a.m. invine wersmp, o p.m.
Baptist Training Union; 7:15
p.m. Baptizing service.
Appropriate messages will be.
delivered by the pastor at both
services. The Annual Watch Watch-night
night Watch-night Service of the Church will
be held on Monday at 10:30 p.m.

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HELLO SANTA The star-lit eyes of year and a half old Steven Lavallee attest to his belief in Santa clans nnH w
ders of Christmas as he receives his gilt at the annual Quarry Heights Christmas party oCa l.KM.H5 m l
Class and Mrs. R. J. L. Lavallee of the Post of Quarry Heights. pm ay. t. wvea is tfte t1 First

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
A CHILD'S face will suddenly
seem thin to us, a little overnreo.
One night Bill Downing's f a c a
seemed that way to his mother.
As he came to kiss her goodnight,
she thought, "It's because they
star., growing so fast at 9 years
old." And she went to the kitchei
to make Bill a glass of hot milk.
The next morning, instead f
waking him for school, she let hi i i
sleep on. He awoke at 11 o'clock,
nand rested, hungry; but anxious,
came clattering down the stairs,
yelling, "What did you let me
sleep for? I'll have to have a tar j
dlness note for school, .
"You'll be in plenty of time for
the afternoon session," his mother
said, buttering his toast.
Bill stopped swallowing orange
juice abruptly. 'What are you go
ing to say in the note?" he ask
ed.
"THAT Daddy and I thought you
needed some extra sleep this morn
ing," his mother said.
"Miss Lyons will be awful sore,"
Bin told her gloomily. "She'll ask
me what I think I am a' baby?"
Then, paintively he asked, "Dj
yoc hafta tell her I slept late?
Couldn't you say I had a little
sore throat? Or my stummick
was upset?" Brightening sudden
ly, ne saia eageny, i Know. iui.
could say you had to take me to
the dentist. . ."
His mother passed him his plate
if oAfmKlnrl critic- "Mn nkn cull
III ilfllllllllU CggO, 11V, 91 It.
"no lies by mothers and fathers
in this house. If I lied to save you
from Miss Lyons' being mad at
you, how could I expect you to

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something that's made me mad ai

you i could not. so don t asK me
to lie to Miss Lyons. Compared
with our telline th,- truth tn each
other, her dislike of your sleeping
late isn't important at ail."
ihisi refusal to shield Bill from
'Us teacher's displeasure by lying
to her was deeply reassuring to
mm. He still didn't relish the pros
pect of Miss Lyons criticism but
he felt much less anxious about it.
His moiher's-trust in the goodness
of truthfulness had allayed his fear
of its bad consequences.
Parents who' falsify reasons for
children's school tardiness and ab absence
sence absence make serious problems for
themselves. Thev imayinp th an.
being "kind" when they agree to
a youngster's demand and lie for
him.
The fact is, the child's demand
is really a test of their trust of
truth. When they fail it by lying
for him, he is deeply disappointed.
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GI Tank Joy-Rider
Given 2-Year Term
BAD KREUZNACH, Dec. 29
(UP) A U.S. Army court here
has sentenced a 20-years-old pri

vate iu years in nr sinn tnr
stealing a 50-ton tank' m which
he took a 7-mile joy ride last
October.
Pvt. Walter F. Brown, of Cali Calient,
ent, Calient, Nev., was accused of taking
the M 47 tank from the Cnlemst.
Barracks rlanlrino Hnurn Hut Knew
' --"-."ft v.v,,j. Mlt UU.1J
nuwuami supernignway and cut cutting
ting cutting cross-country through a Ger German
man German garden.
An officer in a jeep caught up
wnn mm at a railroad crossing
to wait for a train to pass.
Brown said he was on his way
to the home of his German girl
friend to prove to hei that he
eould drive a tank.
Joke Backfires:
So Prof is Elected
To Unknown Job
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 29 (UP)
A political science teacher at
St. Petersburg Juniir College said
today he will take the job of coun
ty surveyor even though he does
not know the first thing about
surveying.
"I want to learn more about
politics," Kenneth Brunntr said.
Brunner's decision followed an
unusual quirk in the Nov. 6 voting
here. Neither Democrats nor Re
publicans nominated a candidate
for county surveyor. Junior col
lege students decided to write in
Brunner's name as a joke. But
the teacher received 33 votes and
the incumbent, Orville Hockett,
got only eight.
At first Brunner laughed off his
election but then decided he would
trv his hand at the new post.
"The law says I can appoint

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deputies," he said. "All I need to
do is appoint a deputy who is a
surveyor." '
Hockett, who is a qualified sur surveyor,
veyor, surveyor, took his defeat at the polls
graciously. In 1952, he was elect elected
ed elected to office under similar circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, a write-in campaign.

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER llM

14? rAS, ..MrKI(N AA iMitfi NtKM HAILI NRWBPAPW
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES

Church of Christ

W. W. hmt,
ToiephdM T MM
aUOA; OgSl. Balboa Roed
er-icae Sunday 1:00 am U40 am
-49BRa$eaYAiii tMrim I Mgui Halt
Services Sunday lfcW am 1146 ajo
R10 ABAJC: House No. MM Uta St
uikUt 4je gje
Unitarian
UNIT ASIAN
sourn
uttn ml
bus.
Aicon Blvd. A
Mum? Plaat
(our invitation
to Uborai
religion.
Baptist
Drawer aO balnea
Phono i-Ht
Cari t. ntinwol, Pastor
mono i-mi
... i it-ua am
'S!iuj union J2St2:
..verting Worship S
tvoninf woruup
XwSSdo tats
toMSayaacb month .... 7:00 pro.
BpauisuBible School
Skcl Saturday 10:00 a.m.
rimsT HAf run CHUBCB
Balboa Heights, CI
X7 AncoB Boulevard
Ikaaaiaa "' Ualhna
MUM
Pbont Balboa 1
William n. Been?.
0
10:4
:J1
1 JO
ID
OBI
ooi
Bvsngeliatic Senrtce
rrever nesting
im
Man Brotherhood Uet
HlsiOaT ui month) 7 JO p-a
VOIR BAfTUT CHliBCH
Margarita Avanua at 5th Streat
Sunday School
l:4
am
5 m
p.m.
MOT
UorniBa Worship .' 11:00
Baptist Braining Union :3p
vices, wtanesaaya
i
pj
Salvation Army
(Noa-DanomlMtion.l Eraagelletle
Meetiags)
1 HI PACIFIC 8IDB
PANAMA CITY
Captain A Mi. A Gram
l Febrmry Street, Pbona: 28-20054
tl:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 bunday School..
7:30 Salvation Meeting
LA HOC U.Z..
Lieutenant Partly Campbell
Building Mo. 1080, Phone: 2-ttU
UiM ilolinese Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 SaJvatlon Meeting.
C L. Moieley
:0O Si i.dav School
11:00 HoJInan Meeting
3:00 Sunday School.
7.30 solvation Meeting
COLON j'UUAL S'fHEET
SCaWain Sysllri Taylor
a .OM Koiiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
RAINBOW Cm C.Z.
fnvay OUL
St. Hit and Jamaica Street
. 11:00 HqJmta Meeting.
:00 ft nday School.
7 do Salvation Meeting.
COLON CENTRAL
. ll- Ma C. Mtonta
Uch S'.reet. Phone: 31-743.
Union Churches ;
There ail Prolwtuu cooperate with
Aity In eaentiiii. Hbertr to nan.
eaeentlan and charity to all
ATLANTIC SiVB
OATUN
x Mm. Bay MaJMlr, Patlar
Fhont s-355
:45 Church School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5: p.m. St. Youth Fellowship.
00 pjn. Jr. Youth rellowihlp,
MARGARITA
lJu!,u, fltoMtor, Pe
lOS WWpSrtea and
Churek-tkae
fillowthlo.
TBI PACIFIC SIDB
m Otoe Pealra
felboa Rd. at Sen Pablo St.
JO Church School Free buo service
Parionafe Diseuegtoa Group.
11:30 Worship Service The Expanded
Setjion for Nursery. KinderMrten.
Primary and Junior Depta
. Church-time NUnerr for eAUdren
.ISpS&o
7 00 Senior-High Fellowihlp,
CAMBOA
Bev. Walker M. Alderton, Micustn
Off.: 6-470 Rm.: 4-130
Sunday. Services:
:39 .m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day ectl ectl-vltiee
vltiee ectl-vltiee as announced.
Methodist
OU MKIMUIHS'I CHUBCk
(Brittab Conlerenea)
Rev William H. Armstrong
i rem at., run ma ury
i00 am Merarflg Prayer and
j:op p.a sunaay aenooi
Ttb Street and Melon dee Avenue
Colo. B P
Rev. Samuel Walden. Minlrter
flu
d .m.-i
-Morning Service and Boly
Cewunlfti
EvmWig Service
(Holv Communion 1st Sundays)
Moadgy. I JO pan. Prayer Meeting.

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rrn Mirttnuijri CMUMCS
Rainbow City CZ
Rev Samuel Walde Muuetet
Sunday Service a m ano g.i Am
.unday School fur all agea e
"Tew tar) tattoo To WaMa
Tl'l'l, Maert.
Christian Scientist
aUtU'lLM gUANCA UtbltUUB)
flrat Churdi ot Christ. Soeouai Aim
MO Anton Boulevard
y 11 W). weneada tJt'MP.
V School 1:30 a.m
teai cnurib ui cAnw, cieaUM. CTUiobe
13th Street A Boltvai Htgtusav
Sunday 11 JO am. Wednesday 00 p m.
Catholic
ST. MARY'S CHURCH Balboa
unA. Hum: 7.04. O0. 10.00 and
12:00 am
How Day Masses. IJA I 00. ll:ea aj
.ui.
and
d O-OO .PJA, m
uonzeasiona : niibw, .w
ano i .v iw .vw p m. v
rirst Friday: 7:00 to t:00 pro,
Miraculoua Medal Nov ana: 7:00 pm
on Mondays.
iaieun1 ua i
Sunday.
Hi.h s,.hoi Studv Club M pm. on
Wednesday
BUnweU JW.BM 4ePi i hpw ar
Holy Day mamas: SJ3 am and 1:00
p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to :00 and
7:15 to :oo P.m. tnusvaay wu
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacrtd Hurt Devottow: 7:00 pm ofi
Catechism Class: l:U to 4:4 pja, on
Thursday.
OUR LADY Off FAT1MA Curunda
Sunday Mass at IJB am.
Holy Day Masa at 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 4:41 pm 441 Sat-
"cJtechlsm Class: Saturday 1:30 to 10
ST. JOIKf H-Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m
Holy Day Mala at :O0 pat.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions. Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
1:30 to 7:30.
CatacJUSna uiasa: sunoay
p.m.
Miraculoua Medal Novena: 7 40 p.m.
on Friday. .
Convtrt instructions: muraoay i:wi
AA.
ST. VINCENTS Fanam City
Sunday Masses: 4:M and :
Holv bav Massas: g:S0 and S .O0 p m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
s;oo ano a:ao a m t
- ChwiM t t S-M Mil
7 -no to a:oo a.m. inuraaay bhwi tmi
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Meaai novena ana aim aim-tlonj
tlonj aim-tlonj of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Clam: After t:J0 aaaae en
Sunday
Convert Class: 4:30 p ax Tuesday ami
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S CocoB
Sunday Masa: 3:30 a.m.
Hniv iSv Mass: f a m (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 am.)
Catechism Clam: 8 JO to f M pa. em
Monday- ...
Confessions: a:vu 10 e.v .. vuuuar
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Pargae Lefevre
SundayMastes: 4 JO and 8j30 a.m.
VVCeK Uayi mum- v.ov mwiup
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 4:00 a m.
Holy Day Mssses: 440 am to 4!00
p.m.
Sonfemlone: 3:30 to 4 JO and 1 JO to
I pjn. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 7:00
p.m
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
V rPUtgunrS-La Bee.
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pm
Sunday Mais: 7:00 am
Thursday before First Friday 4J0 pm..
Catechism tiass: a.ia P-w-
Sarred Heart Novena: 7:00 P.m. on
Triity ... Tv.,.
convert .iasa w ...h.--
ATLANTIC BIBB
ST. JOSEFH'S-CoMn
Sunday Masses: M. 8:00 and 0:11 gm
Hnlv bav Masses: 5.45 and 8:00 a.m
Confessions:' Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to gam p.m.
Miraculoua Medal Novena: Wednesday
4:15 and 7:00 p.m.
".u .. .- '
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
rv.nv.rt Class: 7:15 sm eo Mondays
ana rnunaaya.
r.trhim Clssa: Sunday 10:11 am to
11:45 a m. 3 JO pan. to 4:00 p m.
siMt rrln.v-ExDosit on of Meat B eas
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at M0
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 to
7:00 Out.
MIRACULOUS MKDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses : 7 :00. 8 :00 and 10 JO sm.
Holy Day Masaea: 4:00. :00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4 JO to 1:00 and
7 JO to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
n'!vi!'raculoua Medal Novena: 1:11 Mid
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism clam: Alter g:tw mass on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
Fbat Saturday: Mam at 8 JO am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH to
Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 0:30,
First Saturday Mam:
Weekday Masses:
Saturday ... 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:M a.m.
Confession ... 3:45 p.m. to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday.'
1st Friday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
n:so a.m.
4:00 a.m
3:00 a m
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m
1:15 pm.
4:45 pm.
7:00 pm
7 JO pm
7 JO pm
7:00 p.m
ST. VINCENTS Rala how City
Sunday Mamesa: 4:30 a.m. and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day
t 4:00 am and 4J0
pm.
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 7:00 to
4 JO p.m Saturday.
catecmsm uass: io:as a.m. on gunaay
Convert Classevery Monday at 7:00
pm.
Miraculoua Medal Novena I 7:00 pm
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena i 7:00 pm. en
Friday.
IACULATB
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werskig aae ata rsg.lsi activities.
re tiaee
McwflM a mrmm mt Ana
taeW
t cMmk eeta
Holy Day Max: SM n.m
Confessions: g:jo to H eat an Sat
urday
Call
CatefBlssp Claw 4 00 era r Mnn.i,
.uvsi LABI or GOOD COUNSBL
Sunday Masaea,: 740 and 830 a
Holy Day Masses: ( 00 am. and
m.
Jt
Confeulona Saturday at JJ8 pm and
after alt evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 00 am
on TbMdav.
Sacred Heart Novena i 7 .00 pm en
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. en Sunday.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious IngtrucUon for adults (Con.
ducted In Soanlsh): 7:oa am u.-
day.
onvert Instrurtlons bv aDpnlntment
Episcopal
The Bt. tar.
E- HeSer
8.TD,
Ike Vary key. Mslaert J Psteraoa.
S.T.B., Beam
ANION, C.B
TtU CATHEDRAL OF ST. LURR
SUNDAYS
i :30 am holy Communion.
30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sun
oayj.
9 :30 a m. Church School.
0:46 m bcucla Dominical.
11.00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 7:00 pm. Lvening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
t JO i n. Holy Communion.
7:00 pre Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
4 JO am Holy Communion.
30am Holy Communion
DAILY
8:14 am. MTlng Prayer
12:00 Midday Missionary Pray era
JPCg OF OUR SAVIOUR
TMrd Street. Now Cristobal
The Bav. Jesse K. Renew.
Priest In tmtmm
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 8.30 am
Church School 0:30 a jn
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ....
3:30 a m
Cfceir Rehearsal 7:30 o.m
A House
b rraj
ayer for all people
COCOU
Chuitb ot St liim
The Bev. WUllam W. Baldwin.
BMDAYA
Family Prayer aid Churth 8ckMl
morning Prayer and Sermon U am
ijlu. war
Sunday In Month)
Evening Prayer
7 JO pm
3:00 a m
Weekday Prayer
COBOZAL
Chapel f The (toed Sheaherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hires.
Priaat in Chan
FRIDAYS
4:00 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. Tint Friday each Month).
ejAMBOA
g. Slsaaa'a Cant.
The Rev. John Spear, Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
- Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon ?:M am
Church School 3:00 n.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
tvensone ana sermon 7:uo a.m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Hely
Communion 8:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 1 JO P.m.
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ..... 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 0:00 am.
Evening- Pray or 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 8:30 a m
Office of Compline DJO p.m
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Charck
The Rev. John Spear. Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning prayer ens cnurcn
School 0:00 am.
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10 JO am.
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy communion.
PALO BRCO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley, Priest to Charge
Holv Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensona and Address .... 7:30 p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7 JO pm
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion s:ou am.
MARGARITA
Church at St Margaret
Bipavd and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew.
i Priest lg Charge
SUNDAYS
7:30 s m. Holy communion
a. in. uiwui) nuwu.
S'.M a m. V as reri and Young People
leuowamp.
11:00 a.m. Morning rrayer
Last Sunday men 'Month. Holy Cam
munlen.
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 am. noiy uenvnuansss.
PARAtSO
Thi iteVimM AOahl
Priest in Charee
The Rev. Alias R. Weatt.
SUNDAVf-
g:M a.m. cnorai Eucnanst ar
1:30 a.m. Infant Bsptlsm.
3.00 m. Church School
(held to Building 131)
5:00 pm. Tooth Fellowship
7 M i m. Evensong and Addreaa
2nd and 4th WtDNMTDATS
(.30 Bin Woman Auxiliary ana m
tor Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITT
mi .'. rknMb
The Ten. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
Taa nev ens B. nri.
SUNDA u
CM as Unl. fjMRfMIWltMt
o .uw a.in.
9 00 hjn Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a ni Morning rrayar ana uiurcn
' School
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7 m a. m SUIann VaanarS
TUESDAYS
8:30 a m Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 i m Holy communion
T .fo .. m avantna Vhnavap
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
4 00 a.n. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TRX-SEA
cofeftTp-
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
me saev. james reter rim
The Bav. Henry A. Hake,
SUNDAYS
4:00 a.m. Holy
Morrrlngl
Choral Eu
0:00 a m.
ichanst ana
1 A -0 a mm ranMb 9Sum1
7:30 pm. Solemn Evensong ami Ber-
WEDNESDAYS
I M a hi D.l r.-.,mlAn
. w I V.VJ11, ........'
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.

8:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Class.
THURSDAYS
i.OO pm. Evening Prayer and Medita Meditation
tion Meditation FRIDAY
1:00 a m. Children's Eucharist.
SATURDAY
10 00 a m Junior Confirmation Class.
7:30 pm Compline and Meditation.
rainbow cm
tharn of St Mary the Virgin
The Rev. John A Spalding.
Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS
Sung Aucnarist I JO a.m
Chur in School 0:4Aam
fcW'H ana Sermon .... 7 JO pa
MUREDAi a
Holy Cimmunion 7:00 a m
RIO ABAJO
Bt Christopher's Chareh
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest to Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweU.

SUNDAYS
4:00 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
8:34 pm. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 pm. 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
4:30 p.m. Junior Daughters of the
King.
7:30 sm. Youth Fellowshia.
WEDNESDAYS
340 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions.
THURSDAYS
4:04 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
840 o.m. 1st and 3rd. Sineletons.
SATURDAYS
8:30 am. Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Boa as. Ancpn. CZ. Balboa 3402
Sunday School 0:4S a.m
Morning Worship 10:311 a.m
Youth Service ............ 4:45 p.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
N.F.M.S. Service 7:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 23rd Streat East
Rev. A N. Brows. Minister
SUNDAY t
Divine Worship 0:30 sm.
Sunday School S;0 P-m
Sunday Masaas 7. 7:4ft U:45
iul eUhuiji Ski. Sunday auauwi
I JO p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
MeetinsB Thursdavi at 7:34 p.m. and
Sundays st 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
804 Balbta Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Cnapel
on Balboa Road.
ployer ballot. This year, his fifth
Sunday School woo im
Sacrament Meeting 4:00 p.m.
Primary; Monday '. 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 8:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Breach
Building 200, Schoolhouie Road Gatun,
canal zona
Sunday School, Sunday .. 8:30 a.m.
Sacrament meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed.. 4:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday 4:30 p.m.
Relief Society, as announced
Telephone. Gatun 344 or Cristobal 3887
CVRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wai-sr Hosrtcd Church"
Mil tea K Leidlg, Minister
Phone Res. 43-7114 Of. 88-5105
Sunday School 0:30 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 sm
Youth Fellowship g:00 p.m
Eevenlns Worship 7 on n m
Prayer Ind Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey Is provided for your
use-
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundav at is am
Tuesdevs WedneMoTi and rhurrlav
4J0 am.
Sacrament ot Unction (Haaiina ar.
vice) nm aunaay or seen month at
r.m am.
Chrtsttaa Ami
Panama p
Bt fee T. jamea D. D Bishop
otHrwttns
Morning devotlo a o:Wj am
Fellowahli Worshun at 11 :tm a ro
dundat school at 3 00 ore
Oivine Service et J Jo pm
8 AHA 'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
44 First Street
Urhanlmcloa El Carmen, Panama City
informal isixs ano Ulacuaalons
Thursdays 8:00 nm
ceiea, sm Preat treats
(upstairs American Baiaar)
Study
Classes..
.Thursdays. 1:30 o.m
MISSION CHURCH
Espalsba St.. Paraiw. CZ.
Rev Wafdaha H. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pm Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
raiiowsnip.
Thursday; :00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 740 Women's Misaionarv So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7838 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grandlion. Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service 7J0 pm
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor, Jamaica and Trinidad Sm.
Rainbow City, Canal Rone
Rev. G. W. Grandlion. Pastor
Morning Worship 0:00 am
Sunday School 10:30 a.m
Night Service 7 JO pm.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. Maode Hues, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship u :00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Pananto City
"N" and Mariano Areeemesm Ate
Car.
Rev. fn. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worshio 10:30 am.
Night Service 7 JO p.m
THE CHURCH OF OOD RIO Abaje
Monte Oscaro R4.-ltlh St.
Bev. fn. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 0:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10 JO a.m.
Night
service
1 JO p.m
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal
Rev. B E. Wstson, Overseer
Phone 4-423. Box 283. Gamboa
Churches at Paraiio. CZ. (Rev. and
Mm. Herman O. Whyte), Col4n. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Aba jo
(Rev. and Mrs Charles Haynea), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdays aarvines at all
churches.
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Dlabto Heights, CZ.
(Full Gospel)
i seen.
Bex 275, Gamhos, CZ
Special Engineers Bldg., Diablo Heights
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Warship Servtoe 10:45 am.
Youth Service 7:00 pm
evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m

weo. ami BVUdjr Prayer I JO

Posts and Bases
PACUIC BIDS
Protestant
FORT AMADOR

Sunday School 0 0C
Morning Worship low
Church-Time Nursery School . 14 W
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School tBuilding No
IM) .D0
Morning Worship 10" Ik
wedneaday Evening Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Class 4M
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass 4:13
Saturday Mass 8:00
Sunday School 9:00 a m.
Sunday Momlna Worshio 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses 8 JO A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotioas .. 7:30
Confessions-Saturday 4:00 & 7:30
Sunday Family Hour ..... 4:30 pm
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School :3
Adult Bible Class INCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 A 10:43
Youth Fellowship s 4:30
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 1140
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
Holy communion First Sunday
of Month)
Cathalta
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass 4:30
Sunday Masses 8:30 A 3:00
Confessions. Saturday .. 4:30 A 7:30
Sunday 8:30 A 9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 0:00
Confessions, Saturday ...7:30 A 8:00
Sunday Mam 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Masa 8:00
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 9:00
spa ruin 3:00
COftUZAL,
Daiiy Mass g:,lu
No. 711) 7:00 A 8 JO
coiuemlona. Saturday (Building
U.BROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Masa 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Spanish 7:(m
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:00
Confessions -Saturday 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mam 4:00
Sunday Mam 9 do
Jewish
FORT ROBBB
Saturday t JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
3:30
1:30
ATLANTIC SIDB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday..
FORT GULICK
Sunday School J,
Morning Worship
9:46
11:00
7.30
9:48
11:08
4:00
town fellowship Sunday
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola
aunaay. aenooi
9:39
i:30
11:00
uauy
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sundav
of Month)
Catholic
Sunday Mam
Confessions, Sunday
FORT GULICK
l:M
1:48
Mass
7:00
7:48
8:45
7:00
ouuua
lav Mass
Spanish
oniesaions, Saturday .. 4:00 A
" .NAy.AL "TAXION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
Sundav Masa
7:00
8:04
7:30
COCO SOL1TO
Sunday Mass ..,
Jewish
FORT OULICK
Tumday
7:18
Adventist
mmn9 ,vlc, ,U Chur
AATURUAY:
Sabbath School 9.30 am
Divine Service 11:00 am.
YoiiUVe Meeting 4:30 p.m.
wedriesdsy Bible study and Prayer
Service 7:M p m. 7
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa District
astor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 28:3 3508
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. do la Osss No.
Chorrillo 25th No. 17
PueblO Nuvn 9. A .t Kataaaa. a.a
end 4th Sts.
Kio Abajo nth St. No. 27
Balboa Chapel 0844 Gavilan Rd. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only).
Spanish Churches Panama and
Crlstobolu nutrii-i
Pastor Ruben Ruii
ranaxns, calle Darton No. 3
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gamhna A ITrHnlac
District Pernor A. A. Oriole
tei. no. -ioz
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frljoles.
Atlanllr HMa ( nlnn ind
(fislAhal niatrlM
Paster Neblett-Tel. 38 82
i-oion sra si. at central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 14th A Bolfvar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Road Tel. 2 2-1859.
1859. 2-1859. Jewish
Jewlsn Welfare Board Bid 793-X U
Boca Rosa, Balboa. C Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkin Director.
Servir Friday. 7:30 o.m Saturaa.
5:3C pm
(See ao listings of Jewish services
under Posts. Bases and Station! i.
CongcagHtion Kol Shearith Israel Ave.
nida Cbs and 34th Street Bella Vista.
Panama City Services 8:00 n.m
Lutheran
8UCRDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gomlek, Psster
P.O. Box 4M. Balboa
Sunday School, Bibis class 940 am
Divine Service 10:15 am.
"Divine Service at Maroarlta (in St
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
440 p.m."
Keep Cacti Cool,
For Blooming Fun
MINNEAP0US -TUP)- Christ
mas cacti should be kept cool at
night for several weeks before the
holiday if they are to bloom.
The plants should be kept at 60
the proper time, according to
Richard Widmer, University of
Minnesota floMcuttii! 1st, to pre prevent
vent prevent buds from dropping or
failing to develop at all, he said.
Normal room temperatures are
satisfactory during the daylight
hours.

Seventh Day

jACQtrr ott BxiDn

ByOSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Sorvica
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North East South West
10) Pass 1 A Paag
1N.T. Pass 3 Pass
3 A Pass 4 A Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 Q
Thar., im three' wars to play
today's hand: good, better, and
best. Make your own piaii, as assuming
suming assuming i-hat the defenders lead
and continue clubs, forcing you to
trump the third ound.
Tne good plan is to draw
trumps, relying on the ace of dia diamonds
monds diamonds to be in the West hand, or
the hearts to break 3-3. Since
there is no such luck, this play
will cost you a diamond and a
heart, and youwill lose your con con-trsct
trsct con-trsct A better plan Is to lead dia diamonds
monds diamonds early, discovering that the
iPP is unfavorably located. Now
you draw only two rounds of
trumps, and try three rounds oi
hearts. This plan, will work if the
hearts break or if the players with
the last trump also has length in
hoarlc In this rasp vnu also have
no luck, and the better plan like
wise fails.
Th best nlan reauires you to
ruff the third club with the ten of
spades. Now you lose a diamond
in r.hp acp win the diamond re
turn in dummy, and ruff a dia
mond with the iacK ot spaces.
You continue the play by lea
inw the pit'lit of snades to' dum
my's nine in order to ruff
riummv'i last diamond with the
queen of spades. The next step is
to cash the king of spades ana
return to dummy with the queen
nf hpart.s in order to draw the
last trump with the ace of spades.
mis gives you eigtu irjcKs, ana
vnu still have the ace and kine of
hearts to give you iwo incus
more. ....
.
Pushed To Limit,
Car, Owner Quit
OMAHA (UP) Mrs. John
Flores and her daughter, Rose Rosemary,
mary, Rosemary, 12, gave it everything they
had when the Flores car required
a push. With Flores, 26, steering,
they pushed the car backward to
an alley, but iust a little too hard.
The oar ent aeross the alley,
down a 40-foot embankment and
into a large display sign. Flores
suffered a dislocated shoulder.
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ill the Ma
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(PA-O CASA FASTLICH REMODELED The famous Casa
Fastllch duty-free jewelry store on Central Avenue has been
completely remodeled with tbe latest trend in interior de decorating
corating decorating to enhance the show cases and displays of jewelry
and silverware items. The store now features wide pillars,
huge mirrors and a futuristic stairway (above) leading to- the
second floor display room. The other picture shows four
smiling ladies in Casa Fastlich s new silverware department.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
( INCORPORATED BT ROYAL CHARTER 140)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" ..........Jan. 1-
S.S. "POTOSI" Jaa. 12
TO UNITED KINGDOM YIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA,
SPAIN AND FRANCE.
M.V. "REIN A DSL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) .....Jan. 10
M.V. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tods) ........ Fob.
AIR-CONDITIONED

TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT

S.S. "KENUTA" .
S.S. "COTOPAXI"

ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND
AMERICA LINE

TO NORTH
S.S. "LOCH GARTH"
M.V. "DALERDYK"

TO UKCONTINENT

S.S. "DUIVENDYK"
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All Sailings Subject

PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co. Cristobal Tel.: 1IS45
FORD CO ISC. PANAMA: "La Espookion'' 35th St.
and Justo Arosemena Ave. Tel. 3-125V8
BALBOA: Term, Bldg. Tel. 21805

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL MPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c. -50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

deposits are accepted thru a period

of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
eorner of "I" Street

Q. A. De ROUX, CARLOS M0UYNES V.
Manager BAb-Maaacex
HOURS :
From 8:11 a.m to 12:30 tm.
SATURDAYS: from S:M a.m te 12 M p.m

Jan. t
Jan. 11
PACIFIC PORTS
Dec. 30
.Jan. 5
to Change Without Notlfee
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
oi 7th St.



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SATURDAY. DECEMBER Jtt. 1M
Chesterfield Retains Two-Game Pro Loop Lead

PAGE SIX

Smokers Divide Twinbill
With Carta Vieja Yankess

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The champion Chesterfield Smokers were still
leading the Panama Pro League race by two games
today, thanks to a pair of prize rookies, Rodman
Nunez and Eddie Napoleon, to the one-hit hurling
of Jim Michalec for five and two-thirds innings, and
effective relief pitching of Humberto Robinson.
The group combined efforts to give the Smokers a
1 to 0 win over the Carta Vieja Yankees in the first
game of a doubleheader last night at the Olympic
Stadium.
The Yankees, behind the slick, four-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching of Dutch Romberger, came back to take the
nightcap 5 to 0.

The next same is slated for
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock,
fyhcn the Yankees and Cerveza
ilJalboa mest again for another
fbattle for second spot at the
'..Olympic stadium.
Carta Vieja righthander Pete
Taylor, (0-1) will oppose lefty
George Brunet (1-2) on the
mound.
i In the seven-inning curtain
raiser last night, Michalec and
loser Eli Grba locked in a score scoreless
less scoreless duel for five frames, until
Messrs. Nunez and Napoleon de decided
cided decided that with time running
out, something should be done
about the situation.

The left hand hiting Nunes
led off with a bunt single down
the first base line, the ball ap appearing
pearing appearing to go ever so slightly
outside the line.
Grba followed the course of
' the ball all the way to the sack
futllely hoping it would go foul
completely, but it ended up on
the line smack into the middle
jof the bag and Nunez was on.
5 Second-string catcher Calvin
"Byron bunted into the air just
tvim nintp and into catcher

Billy Shantz' waiting mitt, and
there was one on.

Manager Andy Cohen, stm
workin" on the sacrifice, had
Michalec advance Nunez, first
baseman to the second baseman
covering, and up came young
Eddie, who had fanned in his
previous two trips to the plate,
to lash a single to center as Nu Nunez
nez Nunez hotfooted it home with what
turned out to be the winning
'run.
i The Yankees made a scoring
bid in the top of the sixth after
-Shantz and Grba were both re retired
tired retired second to first.
Tony Bartirome drew a free
pass and Cohen called time-as
he went out to the hill to talk to
Michalec. The right hander stay stayed
ed stayed in but when he threw three
straight balls to Dave Jacobs, he
'.was lifted for Robinson who had
been warming up slnee the
Smokers took the lead,
i Robby's first pitch was a ball,
and that put Jacobs on to make
the situation two out and two
on.
But then Robinson tightened
3ils belt and his next three of of-fferings
fferings of-fferings were all strikes as he
...1 J mllk.ln anrl

Cl UUWI1 OpiUCl VVU11CU1I, uu
the side.
The Smokers went down in

order in the bottom of the sixth
and so did tne Yankees in the
top of the seventh.
The game was held up for 20
minui.f k in Lhp second canto be

cause of a failure in the park's
lighting system.
Michalec picked up his first
win against no losses and Grba,
who also pitched a whale of a
came suffered his third loss in

tour decisions. He gave up only
four hits.

In the second game the
Yanks lost no time in getting
started as they jumped on the
Smokers with singie runs 'n
the first, third and fourth
frames and had their two fi final
nal final tallies in the ninth.
Bartirome, held hltless
in the first. pontesi. ramp hack

with a vengeance in the night nightcap
cap nightcap as he got four safeties in
six trips to the plate.

R. nmhereer scat te red

fniir hits turn at which went to

Nunez, as he chalked up his sec second
ond second victory as compared to a

! ione defeat.

Starter and loser Alberto Oso Oso-rio,
rio, Oso-rio, who now has a 3-1 record,
was followed to the mound by
Chelito Gordon and Bob Verltcft
after working six frames.
Regular Smoker receiver Mar Marcos
cos Marcos Cobos, who was shaken up
as he made a nutout at thp olate

on the sliding Herman Charles

oi tne ueermen inursuay mgm,
wur nn the sidelines as Rvron

did the catching except for the
last two innings of the second
game when rookie Copa Diaz

took over; !;,

Nipped By Nap

FIRST GAME

Carta Vieja Ab R H Fe A
Bartirome, lb ... 1 0 0 5 1
Jacobs, 2b 2 0 0 2 1
Wilhelm, ss 3 0 0 1 1

Phillips, 3b 3 0 0 1 l

Kropf, rf 3 0 1 0 0
Kern, cf 3 0 0 1 0
Mayling, If 2 0 0 0 0
Shantz, c 2 0 0 8 1

Grba, p 2 0 0 0 1

New Evidence Sho ws Dodgers
Considering Franchise Move

Totals

21 0 1 18 I

Chesterfield

Napoleon, rf 3 0 1 1 0
Bernard, ss 2 0 1 1 5

Parris, 3b 3 0 0 0 1
E. Osorio, lb 3 0 0 8 0
Austin, 2b 3 0 1 2 2
Grote. cf ........ 2 0 0 0 0
Nunez, If 1 1 1 1 0
Byron, c 2 0 0 8 1
Michalec, p...... 1 0 00 1
Robinson, p 0 0 0 0 0

Total

20 1 4 21 10

Fight Results

MILWAUKEE. Wis. Tommy

(Hurricane) Jackson, Far Rocka-

way, N.Y., outpointed Juno Me Me-deros,
deros, Me-deros, Cuba. (10).

LOS ANGELES- Don Jordan, 1
Los Aneeles. outpointed Archie

Whittwater. 142. San Francisco

(10).

in Exs'l
JSjjjl I

m

Scare By Innings
Carta Vieja 000 000 01 1 1
Chesterfield 000 010 x 1 4 0
SUMMARY Errors: Jacobs.
RBI's: Napoleon. Earned runs:
Chesterfield 1. Sacrifice hits:
Michalec. Wild Ditch: Michalec.

Struckout by: Michalec 5, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson 1, Grba 7- Base on balls
off: Michalec 3, Grba 2. Left on
base: carta Vieja 3, Chesterfield
4. Pitchers record: Michalec 0
runs, 1 hit in 5 2-3 Innings. Win Winning
ning Winning pitcher: Michalec (1-0).
Losing pitcher: Grba (1-3). Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Thornton, Ritzko, Wil Williamson.
liamson. Williamson. Time of game: 2:01.

Dutch Treat

Youngsters
Spots In

Grab Top
56 Sports

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UF)
Youngsters took- over the top spots
in practically every sport in 1956
as honors for the athlete of the
year went to master Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle of the New York Yankees.
The 25-year-old Oklahoma clout clout-er.
er. clout-er. led a wave of 20-year-olds to

the crest of their various sports as
the old-timers began to fade. And
even in golf, previously dominated
by the 40-year-olds, the individual
leaders were 33-year-old Jackie
Burke and 30-y e a r old Harvie

Ward.

The only other "elderly" leader

was Mrs. Pat Mccormick, the 30

4

score a mifsjnr
Distributors: MOTTA Y MOTTA LTDA.
28th Front Street Colon, R. P.

SECOND GAME
Carta Vieja Ab R H Po A
Bartirome, lb ... 6 2 4 11 0
Jacobs, 2b 1.5 0 4 2 3
Wilhelm, ss 4 0 0 2 2
Phillips, If ..3 0 2 2 0
Kropf, rf 2 0 0 0 0
Tuminelli, 3b .... 5 0 1 0 4

Kern, cf 3 2 0 4 0

Patton, c ........ 5 12 8 0

Romberger, p .... 4 0 0 0 1

Total 37 5 13 27 10
Chesterfield

Napoleon, cf 4 0 0 2 0
Heron. ss-2b 3 0 1 2 3

Parris, 3b 4 0 0 0 3

E. Osorio, lb 4 0 1 8 0
Austin. 2b 3 0 0 3 1

Houradeau, ss ... 1 0 0 0

Prescott, rf 4 0 0 2 1

Nunez, If 3 0)20

Byron, c 2 0 0 6 0
Diaz, c 1 0 0 2 1
A. Osorio. n 1 0 0 0 0

Mitchell 1 0 0 0 0

Gordon, p 0 0 0 0 0

Grote 1 0 0 0 0
Veritch, p 0 0 0 0 1

Total 32 0 4 27 10

Mitchell popped out for A.

Osorio in 8th.

Grote filed out for Gordon in

8th.
. Score By Innings

Carta Vieja 101 100 002-5 13 1
Chester. 000 000 0000 4 2

SUMMARY Errors, Heron,

Napoleon, Jacobs, Hourdeau.
RBI's: Phillips 2, Bartirome.
Earned runs: carta Vieja 4. Two
base hits: Phillips 2. Bartirome
2, E. Osorio, Jacobs, Heron. Dou Dou-bleplays:
bleplays: Dou-bleplays: Austin, Heron, E. Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. Stolen base: patton, Kern.
Sacrifice hits: Phillips. Hit bat batters:
ters: batters: Veritch (Kern). Struckout
by: A. Osorio 5, Gordon 2, Rom Romberger
berger Romberger 8, Veritch 1. Base on
balls off: A. Osorio 3, Gordon 3,
Romberger 1. Left on base: Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield carta Vieja 14. Pitch Pitchers'
ers' Pitchers' record: A. Osorio 3 runs,
hits in 6 innings; Gordon 0 runs,
2 hits in 2 Innings. Winning
pitcher: Romberger (2-1). Losing
pitcher: A. Osorio (3-1). Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Hinds, Roberts, Ritzko,
Thornton. Time of game: 2:27.

Feller Ineligible
For Hall Of Fame;
Not Until 1962

East-West
Shrine Game

On Tap Today

DAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 29 (UP)
Battle lines were drawn today
for the 32nd annual Shrine East East-West
West East-West grid classic here as head
coaches Terry Brennan of the
East and Buck Shaw of the West
named their all-star starting line lineups.
ups. lineups. The East will go into the fray a
one-touchdown favorite with a
backfield composed of Paul Hor-

nung, Notre Dame, quarterback;

ADe wooasone, Illinois, left half

Terry Barr, Michigan, right half;

and Kay Albengl, Penn State, full
back.
The West will counter with pass

ing ace John Brodie, Stanford.

quarterback; Jon Arnett, Southern

California, left half; Pete O'Garro,

i Jul A, right half; and Dean Oer
by, Washington, fullback.
The weather forecast is for con

tinued clear and warm but coach

Brennan of the East isn't worried
about that. He can't figure the

odds.

Both coaches have announced

their plans.

"We wiH go mostly for end runs
and a passing game," says Shaw
for the West. "No use in trying to

buck that mg East line."

Brennan ?ians to mix 'em up

more.
"We'll have about 10 plays

going either to right or left, plus
the pass patterns, says Terry, the

Notre uame doss.

CLEVELAND, Dec. 29 (UP)
Bob Feller joined baseball's im immortals
mortals immortals today but it won't be
official for at least six years.
The one-time Van Meter, Iowa
fireballer. who closed the book
on his fabulous "strikeout story"
yesterday, must wait until at
least 1962 to achieve the crown crowning
ing crowning honor of his career: Elec Election
tion Election to the game's Hall of Fame
in Cooperstown, N.Y.
The delay, particularly ironic

in Feller's case, comes about be because
cause because of a new rule governing

election, whicn stipulates a
player canont be a candidate for
election to the Hall of Fame un until
til until he has been retired from
baseball at least five years.

Thus, Bob will not be eligible un until
til until 1962.

The irony of the delay Is that

no one could possibly question
Feller's right to be elected. With
his three no-hitters, 12 one-hitters,
18 strikeouts in one game
and 348 for a season, he was the
unchallenged pitching master of
his time. Moreover, his 266 vic victories
tories victories are a larger total than 15

of the 24 pitchers already in the

shrinj achieved in their careers, to go.

Buff Donelli Faces
Toughest Fight Of
Life In New Job

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UP) -Little
Aldo (Buff) Donelli, who never
ducked a fight in his life, today
faced one of his toughest assign assignments
ments assignments as the new head football
coach at Columbia University;
Under Lou Little, who was re retired
tired retired this year -fter a 27-year term
at Columbia, the one-time roaring
Lions turned into tame tabby cats
as their material declined in re recent
cent recent years. Little's last winning
year was 1951 when Columbia won
five and lost three. Since 1951, the
Lions hive posted a dismal 11-33
won and lost record.
Donelli, on the other hand, en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed marked success with equally

limited material as head coach at
Boston University during the last
10 years. His Terriers won 46
games, lost 36 and tied four. In
1954, BU posted an Impressive 7-2
record, losing only to Boston Col

lege and Holy Cross by one-point
margins.

When his appointment as the

new Columbia coach was an
nounced Thursday, Donelli admit

ted he took the job "because it's a

challenge.'

"Coaching in the Ivy League

should be no different than coach

ing at Boston University," he add added,
ed, added, although he revealed he
doesn't like the Ivy League ban on

spring practice.

Compfon Citadel
Comets Win 1956
Pop Warner Trophy
WINTER HAVEN, Dec. 29 (UP)

The Compton Citadel Comets of

Dallas, Tex., won the fop Warner

football championship trophy Of
1956 Thurday night by defeating

the Fritz Orr School of Atlanta, 6 6-0,
0, 6-0, in the annual Citrus Bowl.
The game for youngsters 10 to
13 years old is held In honor of
the former Stanford University
coach who devoted the latter years
of his life organizing sports events
for children.
The Comets drove 65 yards from
toe opening kickoff for the only
score of the game. Mike Simms
pli'nged over from the two. The
Atlantans, led by speedy Johnny

Grigsby, threatened twice but both
drives fizzled with Jess than a yard

year-old California housewife who

scored a double Olympic diving

victory.

Sport by sport, the individual

leaders were:

Bisebll: Mantle was the stick

out, menacing Babe Ruth's heroic
home run record of 60 in a season
with 52 and also leading the ma majors
jors majors with a .353 batting mark and

ido runs batted m. Even Don Lar

son, the World Series thunder

stealer on a perfect no-hit, no-run

game, is only 27.

box mg: rioya ratterson, a mere

21, became the vouneest heaw

weight ruler in ring history as he
flattened ancient Archie Moore. It
was typical of the times, Archie

being 40 going on 43.

Basketball: The big man was 6-
foot, lOrinch Bill- Russell, who led

san Francisco to its second

straight NCAA title and the United
States to the Olympic crown with

a final 89-55 win over Russia

Among the pros it was 23-vear-old

bod rettit of St. Louis, a 6-foot

9-lnch former LSU ace who be

came the greatest scorer since

George Mikan.

Tennis Lew Hoad, 22, was the
amateur ace with victories in the

Australian, French and Winbledon
championships. Pancho Gonzales
at 29 continued to dominate the

ros, overpowering his latest chal
enger, Tony Trabert.

Golf: Burke, the "veteran" of

iL . ..

me years stars, stepped forward

with wins in the Masters and

ruA. ward copped the amateur
the second year in a row, first

such feat since La wson Little did

it in 1935.

Racing: Willie Hartack, 24, won
the riding crown for the second
year in a row, taking the play

irom venerable Johnny Longden's

all-time mark.

Hockey: Jean Beliveau, 25, won

the regular season scoring title

and was the leading Stanley Cud

scorer and most valuable player in

pacing Montreal to an ice sweep.

Track and Field: Huge Parry
O'Brien, 24, became the only man

to pitch the shot 63 feet, an event

in which only two others ever

cleared 60 feet.

Football: The collegiate leaders
were Johnny Majors of Tennessee
and Jerry Tubbs of Oklahoma
among the linemen. Just a couple
of kids, but they've plenty of time

in front of them.

Meanwhile, looking back at the

rest, they apparently do, too.

STIIRS STERRS-Darrel Roy Roy-al
al Roy-al left the University of Washing Washington
ton Washington to accept a five-year con contract
tract contract as the new head football
coach at Texas.
Ed Blake Tops
International
League In ERA

MONTREAL. Dec. 29 (UP) Ed

Blake, the Toronto right-hander

who was drafted by the Kansas Ci

ty Athletics for next year, was cer certified
tified certified today as the International
League's leading pitcher for 1956

on the basis of his earned run av
erage of 2.61.

Blake, who won 17 games and

lost 11 for the Maple Leafs, was

drafted by Kansas City earlier this
month and then sent to the Detroit

Tigers in an eight-player deal.
Baseball Commissioner Ford

Frick ruled, however, that Blake
must be retained by Kansas City

until at least March 25 and he re returned
turned returned to the Athletics.

Bob Spicer of Columbus, with a

12-4 record, topped the league with
a .750 won-lost percentage.
Only two irlers won 20 or more
games that past season, Lynn

Lovenguth of Toronto winning 24

and losing 12 while Fred Kipp of

Montreal won 20 and dropped sev

en.

NEW YORK, Dec. 28 (UP)
There was new evidence today
that the Brooklyn Dodgers are
considering moving their fran franchise
chise franchise to another city, possibly in
California.

Before leaving on a trip that
will take him to Florida and Ca California,
lifornia, California, Dodger President Wal Walter
ter Walter O'Malley conceded "there is

still a short time left before we

wouw be torcea to take an Irre

vocable step to commit the
Dodgers elsewhere."
O'Malley's statement was is issued
sued issued yesterday after the New
York City Board Of Estimate
Toted $25,000 to the Brooklyn
Sports Center Authority to
study the possibility of build build-in
in build-in a new stad um for the
Dodgers in downtown Flatbush.
The authority had asked for
almost $300,000 to conduct a sur survey
vey survey for a re-development of a
1 a r ge portion of downtown
Brooklyn, of which the proposed
Sports Center would be a part.
O'Malley first agreed that the
"action by the board of estimate
as first announced aDDears dis

appointing," but then pointed

out mat "on uie plus side is the
fact that the Authority members
are going to continue In office."
However, the Dodger prexy
obviously was shocked by the re.
duced survey fund approved by
the Board or Estimate.
He explained, "We have sold
our Montreal and Brooklyn
real estate for approximately
$4,040,000 to be In a position to
keep our pledge to Invest that
money in the new stadium. We
have done our part." s
The Dodeers nresentlv ham a.

three-year lease on Ebbets Field,
with an option of renewal for
two more years. They also hold
a lease on the Jersey city ball
park through 1958. with a three-

year option, and the lease would

permit tnem to play all their

games there.

Following the Dodsrers' t.rln to

Japan this year, O'Malley visited

me west coast reportedly to lis
ten to bids for a franchise trans

ter. Although he declined to dis discuss
cuss discuss his current trip, it was re reported
ported reported he may visit Los Angeles,

wmcn lifts Deen angling for i
major league -franchise for years

'Most Attractive'

Jan. 1 Football
Game at Sugar Bowl

NEW ORLEANS. La.. Dee ss

t,vr sugar Bowl officials

proudly laid claim today to the

"most attractive" match of all the

post-season football classics, with

Sellout crowd Of 80.875 assurer!

for the Jan. 1 meetinc between

tennessee and Baylor.

While the Cotton and Ormcre

Bowls are having trouble dispos

ing oi ucxets, sugar Bowl General
Manager Fred Diebv said the con

test pitting Bowden Wyatt's unde-

ieateo volunteers aaalnat Sam

Boyd's Bears "has caucht the fan

cy of the people."

. I think everyone aerees that

this is the most attractive of the

bowl games this vear." Diebv

said.

The sellout was the first for the

Sugar Bowl since Oklahoma de

feated North Carolina on Jan. 1,

urn.

Redskin Owner Asks
Kuharich To Decide
On '57 Coaching Job

WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 (UP) -Washington
Redskins owner
George Preston Marshall, tired nf

reading stories suggesting Joe Ku Kuharich
harich Kuharich wants to return to the col collegiate
legiate collegiate ranks, told his coach today
to hurry up and make up his mind
if he wishes to remain at the Wash

ington helm.
Coast to scout the annual East

West game in San Francisco, ear-

uer mis weex declined to say
whether he intends to coach the
Redskins next year. Marshall said
he is "tired of these evasive an answers,"
swers," answers," and wants Kuharich to
confirm or deny publicly that he
wants to return to college football.

Sports Briefs

MIAMI (UP) Jockey Reggie
Root nursed torn thigh ligaments

today suffered in a spill before

the start of the third race Thurs

day, the second mishap within 10

days for Tropical Park's leading

apprentice.
His mount, Belamber, ran away
and tossed the 18-year-old jockey

into a fence.

NEW YORK (UP)- Player rep

resentatives from National Foot Football
ball Football League teams begin a two two-day
day two-day meeting in a New York hotel

today to set up an association sim similar
ilar similar to that developed by major

league baseball players.

Creighton Miller, former Motre
Dame halfback and now a Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland attorney, has been hired by

the players to serve as their law

yer.

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Pound for pound Sugar Ray Robinson unquestionably has bean
the greatest fighter of his era. This much we .readily buy, but when
his cheer leaders try to,peddle him on an all-time basis we take our
business elsewhere.
We are not sure that era supremacy in terms of accpmplish accpmplish-ment
ment accpmplish-ment means a great deal. Tnie, he had all that was taSkedTof him.
and it was not his fault that the competition was mediocre... but
the fact must stand that It was very mediocre, indeed.
1 How many class-or name fighters did he beat? Very few .
Jake LaMotta, Kid Gavilan, Randy Turpin and Bobo Ojban. This is
not the kind of meat which an authentic Caesar feeds,
LaMotta was a bullrlike, club fighter who substituted stamina
fbr skill. He became middleweight champion by beating a one-armed
fighter. Marcel Cerdan, Ill-fated Frenchman, who tare the ele elevator
vator elevator muscle in his left shoulder in the first round and thereafter
could attack only with his right hand.
Gavilan was a flurry-fighter, good field, no hit. There was less
to .Robinson s successive knockouts of Olson than met the eye. Dis Dissipation
sipation Dissipation and Archie Moore had reduced the once competent and
hard-to-beat middleweight to soft-touch status.
Lest the Robinson cheer leaders misconstrue this as dispar disparagement,
agement, disparagement, we take them back to March 13, 152, when the Harlem
Hot Shot was, three years younger and .still close to his peak. Olson
forced him to go all out for 15 rounds to win a close one. Was this a
better Robinson, or a worse Olson in hte two recent knockouts?
Common sense replies Robinson could not possibly have improved.
TURPIN A JOKE
There are times, when spectacular effects will confer false va values.
lues. values. Such a time was the night blood suddenly gushed from a head
slash caused by a butt and Robinson, taking no chances that the re referee
feree referee might stop the fight, tore into Turpin and destroyed him in a
matter of seconds.
A dramatic and merciless finishing job, and while it spotlighted
the Sugar Man's poise and proficiency in a clutch situation, it also
exposed Turpin's flagrant defects. It was proof, too, that Robinson
could have stopped the Britisher any time he wanted.
And yet because of the blood and thunder denouement, there
are many who give this fight a superlative rating and stress it
heavily in arguing Robinson's all-time greatness.
In our book, however, Turpin was a joke fighter, one of the
most inept Robinson faced. A marked down Firpo, whose crude,
ponderous swings hurt when on target, which was seldom.
Robinson had innocously lost his title to Turpin in London two
months before, and 61,370 guDibles got up a whopping $767,630 to set
the second act of the lend-lease fantasy. As an all-time business businessman
man businessman we must concede Robinson leaves no room for debate.
Remember Marty Servo? We had almost forgot him. Servo
might well have been the best man Robinson met. They fought twice
both time a split decision. This is no rap on Robinson, for Servo was
a handy little guy with his dukes. Still, split decisions with the
Servos arc not exactly the stuff of which fistic gods are made.
SOME RIAL ORIATS
Robinson once fought as a lightweight and as such was extreme,
ly lucky not to have been around in Benny Leonard's days. Nor
are we convinced he could have handled Tony Canzoneri, fo rthat
matter. Can you picture the Sugar Man as a welterweight taking
charge of the relentless Mickey Walker, with his heavy hooks to
the belly and punishing overhand rights to the head Neither
can we.
Nobody; but nobody was in Harry Greb's class as. a middle middleweight,
weight, middleweight, so we'll move on to Jock Malone, a second flighter who nev-

er Uie less would have made the likes of Turpin jump out of the ring.
Robinson may beat young Gene Fullmer when they meet in the
Garden next week, may even take him out. If that can make him an
all-time great then it obviously doesn't take much to get there ia
this day and age.

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Harry Grayson Picks Bears To Beat Giants For Pro Title

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1158

New York Defense Sound,
But Bruins Are Explosive

Ay HARRY GRAYSON
-,EW YORK, Dec. 29 (NEA) -Because
they have the more ex explosive
plosive explosive attack -nd are the more i-
maglnative and daring club, this
handicapper picks the Bears to
beat the Giants, say 24-17, for the
National football League cham-

pionshii at Yankee Stadium, tomor-'er
ow.

Both sides will have had two

wcws in which 10 resi ana aociornor me Bears ana me uiams wun..u.mkUii airrAi fiu- hrth

their wounds after a
vageiy-
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played championship season
Both will be as emotionally high
as the Chrysler Building. The dif difference
ference difference between the winners' and
losers' share alone, something
like $1,200, will see to that. Any Anyone
one Anyone slightly acquainted with this
most rugged of games knows what
a professional football player will
do for $1,200. Last year the win winning
ning winning Browns collected $3,508 each,
the losing Sams $2,316. This trip
the winning shares, will be slight slightly
ly slightly fatter due to an additional $100,
000 in television swag, swelling
that department to $200,000.
With any sort of a weather
break, this tremendous battle
should play to a standing roon
turnout of 74,000 and a gross gate
of $379,000. New York hasn't had
anything like it in a decade. The
athletes pick up 70 per cent of the
cut going to the second-place out out-fitsi
fitsi out-fitsi The winners pocket 60 per
cent, the losers 40.
A BOOK COULD BE written a a-bout
bout a-bout the- clash of mighty offensive
and defensive lines and extraordi
nary attacking and defending
backs.
It is inconceivable that the Bears
again will be stopped quite dead
on the ground, however, as they
were when the Giants let them get
off the hook and obtain a 17-17 tie
.-' the Stadium, Nov. 25. Harlon
Hill, the amazing pass catching
i u, putted this one out of the loss
column by taking a 60-yard throw
from Bill McColl and then snag
ging a ball tipped by Jim Patton
at the goal line in tne last minute.
It must also be remembered that
the. Bruins ended a seven game
winning streak on this occasion,
and consequently might not have
been in the mood that Owner
George Halas prefers when there
is important money up:
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vay, wun tne Bears great
14rh scorfcty throws
i the drfeZe more
ev vamew aad wi scone wrowi
to Hifi spreading the defense more
than the Giants' tan, the 235-pound
Rick Casares just possibly might
bob off tackle as though nobody
was there. This together with Bob Bobby
by Bobby Watkins' highly accelerated
thrusts on quick-openers and J. C.
Caroline's sweeps.
NEW YORK IS SOUNDER de
fensively, however, and Frank Gilf Gilf-ford,
ford, Gilf-ford, Alex Webster and Mel Trip Triplett
lett Triplett provide the best balanced at attack
tack attack since John Johnson, Hugh
McElhenny and Joe Perry ran o-
ver people for the San Francisco
49ers two years ago.
Gifford was elected by opposing
players in a poll conducted by
NEA Service as the finest player
of the game and winner of the
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,Jim Thorpe Trophy, inaugurated

last year. This engagement will
bring out the first two winners of
the award commemorating the un
mortal Sac and Fox. by the way,
for Harlon Hill was so honored tn
! 1955.
Triplett is a bulldozer and Web
ster would be at fullback for oth
teams.
I The passing of both sides is su-
perlative, with Ed Brown pitching
ii.: u x l l i 4U
nemncn ww cw up oy uw
veteran Charley Conerly.
The Giants cannot strike with
the dramatic suddenness of the
Bears, but at top form they have
a lot of guys who can do a lot of
things in football.
The wracking up will be heard
from the Bronx to the Battery.
Pro Gals Get
Star In Wiffi
NEW YORK (NEA) The La Ladles'
dles' Ladles' Professional Golfers' Associa Association
tion Association believes it has the star it so
sorely missed with the fatal illness
of Mrs. Babe Didrikson Zaharias.
Margaret Chamberlain Smith, 20,
notified Joseph C. Dy, Jr., United
States Golf Association executive
director, that she wiin compete as
a pro, starting with the Open at
Sea Island, Ga., Jan. 11-13.
The decision ends months of sur surmise
mise surmise about chunky Wiffi Smith,
red-haired and freckled, holder of
this year's French and British A
mateur championships and ace of
the last Curtis Cup competition.
For -months she mulled over the
problem. She consulted amateur
and pro friends!
Amateurs are glad to get this
relentless competitor out of the
wav. but the money women base
their success on the ability to
draw crowds and get tournament
sites and dates. With Wiffi the
Wonder in the fold their stock will
rise considerably. SHe developed
into an outstanding personality.
The British last Summer hailed
her as the "new Babe Zaharias."
"The onlv wav I can afford to
Dla v with the professionals on the
rrcuit is to join their. rikVr x
plains, Wiffi, who now resides at
OranSR. Tex.
wiffi Smith mav win a lot of
LPGA money, but the pro girls
will have a lot more to shoot at
with her around.
Her move elates them.
Rosewall Turns Pro;
Joins Kramer Troup
SYDNEY, Australia, Dec. 29
(UP) Jack Kramer announc announced
ed announced today he signed Ken Rose Rose-wall.
wall. Rose-wall. Australian Davis Cup
tennis star, to a professional
contract calling for $55,000 a
year for 1957.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UP)-The
New York Giants and Chicago
Bears who clash tomorrow for the
National Football League cham championship,
pionship, championship, today filled nine of the
22 positions on the 1956 United
Press All-Star professional team.
New YorK. tne eastern uivisiun
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The Bears, who won the Western
crown from the Detroit Lions in
their final regular season game
Dec : 16 I gccd v men on the
mythical two-platoon team
Detroit, which was in first place
until it dropped a 38-21 decision
to the Bears in that bitterly-cor.
esed game, won five berths in
voting by 28 sports writers who
covered the campaign in the var
ious league cities.
Cards Place Two
The Chicago Cardinals, Wash
ington Redskins and Green Bay
Packers each placed two men on
the team while the Pittsburgh
Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles
each won one berth.
The Los Angeles Rams, Cleve-
vland Browns, Baltimore Colts and
San Francisco Forty-Niners failed
to land a man on the first team.
The Giants placed halfback
Frank Gilford and tackle Roose
velt Brown on the offensive pla
toon and end Andy Robuste'li.
tackle Roosevelt Grier and half
back Emlen Tunnell on the de
fensive unit.
Hill Makes Team
End Harlon Hill, guard Stan
Jones and fullback Rick Casares
on offense and middle guard Bill
George on defense were the Bears
who won berths on the first team.
Dtroit placed auartrback Bob.
by Layne, tackle Lou Creekmuf
and center Charlie Ane on the
fensive unit and linebacker Joe
Schmidt and safetyman Jack
Christiansen on the defensive pla platoon.
toon. platoon. Halfback Ollie Matson of the
Cardinals, end Bill Howton of
Green Bay and guard Dick Stanfel
of Washington rounded out the of offensive
fensive offensive eleven. The others who
won places on the defensive cnit
were end Gene Brito of Washing
ton, lackle Ernie Stautner of
ruisDurgn, linebacker Chuck Bed Bed-nank
nank Bed-nank of Philadelphia, halfback
Dick Lane of the Cardinals and
safetyman Bobby Dillon of Green
Bay.
College Cage
Scores
Queen City Invitation!
Semi-Finals
Minnesota 83 Xavier (Ohio) 7S
Canisius 79 Cornell 60
Hefstra Invitational
Quarter-Finals
Bucknell 83 Wagner 65
Cortland Tch. 81 Springfield 62
Richmond Invitational
Quarter-Finals
Pennsylvania 83 Davidson 79
Quarttr-FinaU
Wash, k Lee 69 Columbia 65
Pennsylvania 83 Davidson 79
Penn State 64 Richmond 60
Lafayette 85 William & Mary 72
Orant Bowl
Quarter-Finals
Western Kentucky 89 LaSalle 76
Pittsburgh 76 Seton Hall 66
Stanford 68 Valparaiso 51
Connecticut 74 Miami U. 70
Dixie Classic
Quarter-Finals
North Carolina 97 Utah 76
North Carolina State 84 Iowa 70 i
Wake Forest 74 DePaul 68
Duke 73 West Virginia 67
Big Seven Toernamtnt
Quarter-Finals
Michigan State 79 Nebraska 65
Colorado 64 Missouri 55
All-College Tourney
Quarter-Finals
Seattle 94 Tulane 76
Marquette 102 Geireia Ttch 78
Memphis State 99 Texas Tech 77
Oklahoma City 70 Idaho State 66
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Junior College Invitational
Basketball Tourney Jan. 3-5

On the evenii g of January 3
1157. the Canal Zone Junior Col i
lege Invitational Basketball Toui'
nament will get urnuerw y. Seve l
teams have been iivited by tour
nament directoi Stewart Bro V
Junior CoJege will be the eighth
and host team.
Every branch of the services
will be represented. The Naval;
Warriors, made up of sailors and I
marines, wlil represent the Navy.i
The Air Force will take part in
th tournamen; in the form of the
C-Air-C Squadron team of the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base. Fjrt Clay
Un Signal will be the Army en entry.
try. entry. All trams nf the Canal Zone In-
trhnlasi.i( .osnif will partici
pate. The Canal Zone Junior Col
lege, 1956 interscholastic cnam cnam-ninns
ninns cnam-ninns th Ralhoa Hieh School Bull
dogs and the Cristobal High School
Tigers are the school entries.
A r-ivilian team from each side
of the Isthmus will also compete.
From the Atlantic side win come
th ; Uni-Sport Basketball Club; the
Pacific side team will be the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Athlttic Club. The Uni-Sport
aggregation won the last Invita Invitational
tional Invitational in 1953.
All teams, be they Army. Navy,
Marine, Air Force, High School,
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on to take the honors and add the
beautiful trophy to their award Jis Jis-play.
play. Jis-play. However it is the feeling of
the sponsors of the tournamen.
that while there will be a winner,
th re can be no loser. The coming
together of various bodies and or or-ga.
ga. or-ga. ligations of the Canal Zone in
friendly competition with the inevi inevitable
table inevitable result of better understand understanding
ing understanding and comradeship will make the
1957 tournament a success.
Below is outlined the schedule of
the 1957 CZJC BaskeAs'l Tovn
nient. This year's trophy is being
displayed in the show case of the
Balboa Clubhouse.

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B. rort Ciayion-Signal. CAirC,
Albriok A.F.B., Thursday. Jan. 3,
8 p.m.
C Cristobal High School Ba'boa
Athletic Club. Friday, Jan 4, 6
p.m.
O. Uni-Spi rt. B a i o o a High
School, Friday, Jan 4. 9 p.m.
Winners of A&B Games pia ol
Saturday, Jan. 5, 2 p.m.
Winners of C&D Games play on
Saturday, Jan. 5, 4 p.m.
Finals Saturday. Jnn...r 8 p.m.
Tournament play governed by
National Federation of State High
Schiols Rule Book-1956-57.

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wishes to thattk you once a a-gain
gain a-gain for your patronage dur during
ing during the past year.
"HAPPIEST HOLIDAY"
Velma, Fran, Ida & Maria
Britain's National
Health Service
Menaced By Medics
TfivnoN tip. 29 run
Forty thousand British, doctors
threatened today to jam the ma machinery
chinery machinery of the state-directed na na-linns
linns na-linns i hnaith service unless., the

government gives them a 24 per
cent pay boost.
Representatives of 22,000 gener general
al general practitioners and 18,000 consul consultants
tants consultants and hospital staff members
will have a showdown with gov government
ernment government officials a week from
today.
The British Medics! Guild, the
"action committee" of the British
Medical Association, represents
the doctors.
The guild could order members
to restrict their activities and
refuse to draw government pay
checks. The parent BMA. said no
decision has been taken yet re regarding
garding regarding withdrawal of doctors
from the National Health Service.
The BMA said that in any case
'doctors would go on treating
patients.
The health program was set up
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treatment to every inhabitant of
Britain against payment oi com compulsory
pulsory compulsory insurance up to $2.80 a
month.
Tk An,.inrm nnw are Daid $6,160
annually. They are demanding an
increase to I7,5W)- iney nave am
received a pay raise since uw.
No. Atlantic Storm
Drives Luxury Ship
Back To Le Havre

LE HAVRE, France, Dec. 29
(UP) The French luxury liner
i'Lioerte" with 393 New York York-bound
bound York-bound passengers aboard turned
back towards France today after
suffering damage in a violent north
Atlantic storm.
The big French Line ship left
Le Havre for New York two days
ago.
Most of the passengers were A A-I
I A-I merican.
I First reports from the French
I Line said that a panel of the ship's
hold had been battered in and that
I three loading cranes were torn
) loose.
Company officials said Liberte
p Captain J. De Bandean turned
back to Le Havre because it was
I Impossible to make repairs at sea.
'Stevedores in Le Havre were
I standing jff to assist passengers
as soon Is the damaged vessel

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE. All household of of-feett,
feett, of-feett, including mahogany bed bedroom
room bedroom luite, rd porch furniture,
mjpl dinette lt anal 25-cycl
refrigerator. Call Balboa 2196.
FOR SALE: Flattie covered liv living
ing living room Mt mad by Cowai: 3 3-section
section 3-section couch. 2 arm chain and
cofte table; two 9 by 12 wool
ruga with latex coated rug pads;
radio transmitter Viking Ranger
complete with microphone, phono
patch panadapter; executive typo
desk with swivel chair. S431 Es Es-pav.
pav. Es-pav. Margarita, Phone 3-3126.
FOR SALE: 2 mahogany choitt,
$45 oach; mirror, $4; 2 wooden
tablet, $5 and $6; stopladdor,
$4.75; 2 Venetian blinds (3x5),
$13.50; towing machine table,
$4; ttool, $2; 2 irons, $3 ana1
$2; 60-cyclo pickup, 78 rpm
only, $5. Call Cristobal 3-1740
before Wednesday.
FOR SALE: Bads, mattresses,
electric ice box, porch screens,
dresser. Phone 2-1674 Balboa.
Christmas
XMAS PACKAGES Priests and
taining gifts for residents of Palo
Christmas, 1956, at the Palo
Seco Leprosarium was as joyous
as any ever celebrated were.
The Vincentian Fathers of St.
Mary's Mission have expressed
profound gratitude to an wno
responded to their Palo Seco
Christmas appeal,
The donations received made
possible the giving of several
gifts to eacn of the 120 patients.
And enough money remains to
finance a new library to be in installed
stalled installed in the basement of the
chapel.
With a few outsiders present,!
two priests of St. Mary's Mission
and four Maryknoll Sisters, can
adequately know how Christmas
gladdened the hearts of those
who live in the isolation of Palo
Seco. From what they relate, all
who gave will know their gift
was appreciated.
The religious celebration of
Christmas began at Palo Seco
with midnight mass in the beautifully-decorated
chapel. At its
conclusion all filed outside, each
bearing a lighted candle. Sing Singing
ing Singing Christmas carols, they moved
slowly through the darkness of
the starlit tropical night, stop stopping
ping stopping at three different Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cribs. At each the colony's
chaplain. Father John Kennedy,
CM., led all in prayers to the
infant Jesus. At the last crib all
prayed especially for their gen generous
erous generous benefactors.
The procession ended in the
large recreation hall, where the
hush of Christmas morn sudden suddenly
ly suddenly changed into animated con conversation
versation conversation at the sight of the
mountain of gifts: one-hundred-and-twenty
gaily wrapped, gift
packages!
Most prominent among the
gifts was a small bicycle, des destined
tined destined for Palo Seco's youngest
resident, eight-year-old Jose
Angel. As Padre began to distrib distribute
ute distribute the sifts he playfully looked
at the bike and said:
' "A bicycle! I wonder who
this could be for. Must be some
mistake. No one here wants a
'cycle."
And Jose Angel, still wide a a-wake
wake a-wake at that early morning
hour, thumped his chest and
tried desperately to catch Pa Padre's
dre's Padre's eye.
"Oh yes, Joe Angel it must be
for you!" And all present burst
into applause and laughter for
the happiness of their youngest
companion, as the tyke rushed
ud and wheeled away his very

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Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
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isfying satisfying vacationt Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phono Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach houto. Ono mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.

Joyous At Palo Seco

Sisters of St. Mary's Mission,
Seco.
Jose" Angel's joy was contagi contagious,
ous, contagious, and every heart was filled
with like emotion as each ap approached
proached approached to receive a gift. Here
a beautiful dress, there a fine
pair of shoes, here an accordion
... a pocket watch, some gaily
striped pajamas, an alarm clock,
a camera. Happiness, Christmas
peace, and gratitude written on
every face. Our readers who con contributed
tributed contributed to the Palo Seco Christ Christmas
mas Christmas collection need but know
that at this moment many a
prayer was whispered for them,
to feel repaid a hundred-fold for
their sacrifices.
With a final tour of the hosol-
tal building, distributing the
boxes of those confined to their
beds, the Palo seco Christmas
celebration ended. But its mem memories
ories memories will last many, many
months, and the gifts are used
and reused, recalling to their
grateful owners the goodness of
so many Panama and Canal
Zone residents.
Rev. Joseph F. Konen, CM.
Superior St. Mary's Mission
Meetings
Legion Of Honor
Will Be Conferred
At Open Meeting Tonight
The international Supreme
Court of the Order of DeMolay
will hold a meeting at the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite temple in Balboa at
7:30 tonight for the purpose of
conferring the Legion of Honor
Degree on six prominent Canal
Zone Masons. This is the highest
degree of the order, and it is the
first time that it has been con conferred
ferred conferred in the canal zone.
Those to be honored are John
R. Bruland Jr., Robert D. Mc Mc-Caskey,
Caskey, Mc-Caskey, John B. Fields, Berntrd
I. Everson, John R. Hammond
and Burton E. Davis.
Argentine To Buy
Aircraft Carrier?
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 29 (UP)
Navy Minister Rear Adm. Teo-
doro Hartung said today that
Argentina is negotiating with
Britain for the purchase of an
aircraft carrier.
In a year-end news confertnee,
Hattung confirmed officially the
reports circulating lately that Ar
gentina wanted a carrier if the
14,000 to 16,uO0 ton class, similar
to jlhe one purchased reiently by

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
rUK SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Duty paid '49 Ca Cadillac
dillac Cadillac Convertible, '53 Harioy
Davidaon motorcycle, Hi-Fi rec record
ord record player. Phono Balboa 2706
from 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 60-cyclo Vi-hp.
Westinghous motor, never used
$45; 60-cycle washing machine,
new motor $30; 3 fishing poles.
Phono 2,4424.
FOR SALE: Five double alumi aluminum
num aluminum blindt made to fit Type 333
houto. Phono Balboa 2-3790.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid general
housework, live in. Mutt bo ex experienced.
perienced. experienced. Tivoli Avenue No. 1 8-
64, Apt 11.
Balboa, arrange packaees con
SHOWING
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
John Wayne
Jeffrey Hunter
"THE SEARCHERS"
Color 1
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Sun. "A Day of Fury"
GAMBOA 8:15
"SHOWDOWN at ABILENE"
Sun. "Proud and Profane"
GATUN 7:M
"Seven Men from Now"
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Sun. "Hell On Frisco Bay"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:20
Van Johnson
Dana Wynter
"23 Paces To Baker Street"
Sunday "The Searchers"
CRISTOBAL 7:$w
Air-Conditioned
"ROCK AROUND
THE CLOCK"
Sunday "Serenade"
PARAISO 6:15 7:30
'THE NAKED HILLS"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:30
"PICNIC"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 1:45
"OVEREXPOSED"

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water water-Phono
Phono water-Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 5 lit Street No. 42. For
further details call 3-3337 or
3-1802.
FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartments: living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, 4th of July Ave, No. Tl-3-52,
facing antranca to Quarry
Heights. Inquire tame building
11 to 12 and 5 to 6 p.m. or
3-3318 anytime.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartments,
ments, apartments, garage, in recently built
building, "J" Street, El Cangra-
jo, near Cologio La Salle. Phone
2-2718. 8th Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Modern one (1)
bedroom apartment. Combination
living and dining room, balcony,
built-in kitchenette complete
with stove, refrigerator, hot wa water,
ter, water, eliding door entrance. Campo
Alegre area. Phono after 6 p.m.
3-7192.
FOR RENT: Large apartment.
Living and. dining room, porch,
2 bedrooms, large kitchen,
maid't room, 2 bathreomt, ga garage,
rage, garage, $115. Call Panama 3 3-3338.
3338. 3-3338. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid't room, laundry and
playground, ill tcrooned. Call- 3 3-3742,
3742, 3-3742, El Cangrejo
FOR .RENT: Modern and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartments, 1 bedroom,
living dining room, kitchen,
bathreomt, $35, $40 Monumon Monumon-to
to Monumon-to Roosevelt Ave., Lai Roinat
Apartments. Phono 3-0068.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom, furnithed apart apartment
ment apartment with Frigidaire, ttove, etc.
6th Ave. No. 30, San Francisco.
Phone 3-2930 or 3-3884. (Gat
included) $45.
FOR RENT: Two -room apart apartment
ment apartment in El Cangrejo, suitable for
couple, $35. Call 3-0798.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, garage. F Street, El Can Cangrejo,
grejo, Cangrejo, San Jose .Building. Ref References:
erences: References: Central Ave. No. 76.
Phone 2-3004.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 22-ft. boat, cabin.
Cheap. See at Diablo Spinning
Club, atk for Rod. Name it the
Queen B."

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FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldtmobile
Deluxe Coupe, duty free. Resi Residence
dence Residence Panama 3-6871, office
Albrook 5I4S.
FOR SALE: British Ford "An "An-flia"
flia" "An-flia" 1955 model, $750. Phone
Panama 3-2166.
FOR SALE: 1956 Pentiae Star
Chief. Only 3000 miles, power
steering, power brakes, Hi-Fi ra radio,
dio, radio, automatic drive and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful upholstery. Bargain, leaving
the country. Call Panama 3 3-0563.
0563. 3-0563. FOR SALE: 1948 Ford 2-door
tcdan, 6-cylinder, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $250 Phono 2-4494 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: 1950 Ford, 1955
Chev. Bel Air.wpower glide, ra radio,
dio, radio, whitewall tires, etc.; 24"
console RCA TV tot, 6 montht
old. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, clean,
one owner. Bait offer over $900.
Phono 87-2294. Sec after 4 p.m.
Qtrs. 30A, Clayton.
FOR SALE: 1942 Hudson te te-dan
dan te-dan with 1948 motor $75. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Cristobal 3-3233 morn mornings.
ings. mornings. Is Ava Marrying!,
Clown Thinks So;
So Do Newspapers
MILAN, Italy, Ceo. 29 (UP)
Walter Chiari, Italian comedian
and matinee idol, said todav he
hari askrH Ava Gardner to marrv
him but that she. was noming up
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her reply tin sne divorces r ran 01
natra.
The actor, who is sometimes
known as the IfaUan Tanny Kayq.
dismissedW'oundTess what he
described as "sentirr.ental news
paper stories" that he slipped a
ring over hei1 finger under a
Christmas tree.
, "It is simply absurd that Miss
Gardner and I could announce our
official engagement befor she
was granted a divorce," Chiari
said after the performance of his
hit musical "Buonanotte Bettina"
(Goodnight, Betty).
"I must admit I asked her to
become Mrs. Chiari," he added.
"I would marry her even today
but her answer was very simple
and clear. She' pointed out that no
decision could be expected until
h marriage with Sinatra is can candled
dled candled by an official sentence of
divorce.

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FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet, residential
teetor, 4 bedroomt, hot water,
fenced. 7th Street Golf Height.
Phone 2-2407 or 3-3641.
Wanted to Buy
Piano for $200.
3-2410.
Call Cristobal
Delivery Boy Slays
66-Year-Old Lover
PARIS, Dec. 29 (UP )-Police to today
day today announced the arrest of de delivery
livery delivery boy Eugene Piette, 73, on
cnarges of icnifmg his 66-year-old
mistress to death in her siihnrhan
Meaux apartment.
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"THE UNGUARDED MOMENT'

Esther Williams, In the first non-swimming role she has
ever played as a motion picture star, scores a tremendous
hit as a dramatic actress in Universal-International's "THE
UNGUARDED MOMENT," a compelling story of suspense suspense-ful
ful suspense-ful excitement which OPENS AT THE LUX ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY,
DAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd. Sharing starring honors with hand handsome
some handsome George Nader and John Saxon, a talented young new
comer destined for certain popularity among moviegoers,
Esther delivers an inspiring performance in the role of a
high school music teacher who becomes the frightened vic victim
tim victim of an assault attempt.

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WANTED: Radio Technician
with experience in broadcast,
F M. Phone 2-0660, technical
department.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
bachelor only. For information
Phone 2-2739
WANTED
Apartments
WANTED: Apartment suitable
couple, semi-furnished, refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator and range required. San
Francisco preferred. Nothing over
$60 monthly. Immediate occu occupancy.
pancy. occupancy. Call 86-4191 or corre correspond
spond correspond Box 64 Albrook AFB, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
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People Of US Must Bring Education
Up To Snuff, Famous Scientist Says

NEW YORK, Doc. 28 (UP) -If
the people of the United States
want to remain "the most fortun fortunate
ate fortunate large group of people on the
face of our planet, they must
bring education up to snuff, one
of the country's most famous
scientists said last night.
Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, Nobel
prize winner, made a scientific
tate of the nation speech to the
annual meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement
ef Science. Scientifically the na national
tional national state is good, he said, but
it will get poor unless billions of
dollars are poured into the edu education
cation education system.
Only The Few

Wt it amounts to. he Said,

li that right now "in this age of

specialization we au una u -aible
to enjoy the benefits that
atom from the ideas of the few
without understanding what those
ideas are." The trouble he con con-aA
aA con-aA tm tti.t we're not educating

nearly enough of "the few'w ho

will operate me mawy chha
i .npiiitie and produce

future.

Scientifically America's "educa-
u .;, U ralaMvel simole.

"First of all," he said, "merely
to maintain our present economy
we shall have to carry out scien scientific
tific scientific research and industrial de development
velopment development on an accelerated
pace. Basic science will have to
be given strong support and the
Intellectual geniuses among us
must be discovered, trained, en encouraged
couraged encouraged and rewarded, a large
i i r nnrkarx and uMn-

nlclanf must be ra sed to fil

many new types oi inuurwi
positions."
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oceans.

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at all we need to insure that a

high percentage of our mpst
gifted young people be trained to
a very high degree in intellectual
and professional fields. The grad graduates
uates graduates of the near future must
exceed the past generation not
only in numbers but in quality.
Unfortunately the alarming crisis

in our school system manes h
certain we shall fall far short of
this goal. Without emergency
measures the results may be ex

tremely serious.

Crisis In Schools
Th pro is this "alarmine crisis"

because there are too few schools

and too few teachers. This nas
been brought about because "we
novo An imnst mlosive increase

in the numbers of students att he

same time that the social ana
economic position of the etacher
relative to the seat of society has
fallen so precipitously that only a
small fsaction of the needed qual qualified
ified qualified teachers can be found." :

This hi led to a "severe de

cline in the. quality of our secon secondary
dary secondary schoole ducatlon. Half the
American public high schools of offer
fer offer no foreign languates at all,
one quarter teach no physics or
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newspaper crosswords you work in one day!"

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252 Years Of PanCanal Service Ends
For Ten Employes Seeking Retirement

frctnchise

DANGER! A dramatic picture, tiken by an Army man stationed here, PFC Marvin Gold Gold-blait
blait Gold-blait of Fort Clayton, shows firemen extinguishing flames which destroyed two tires on a par partialis
tialis partialis -filled gasoline truck1 yesterday. Panama's National Guard kept a medium-sized crowd
back from what might have been an explosion except for the quick squelching of the fire.
Cause is undetermined and an investigation is underway.

New Carib Commander Here
f hp
Wednesday Aboard Panama

Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague,
V&A, newly appointed command commander
er commander in chief of the Caribbean
Command, and Mrs. Montague
Will arrive in the Canal Zone
Wednesday aboard the S.S. Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Quarry Heights has an announced.
nounced. announced. 'f he Montagues will debark
at Cristobal where a brief
shivside welcome by Gen. and
Mrs. W. K. Harrison will take
p'nce. In the welcoming party
otth the Harrisons will be Am-'
bastador and Mrs. Julian F.
Harrington, Gov. and Mrs.
Potter, Maj. Gen. and Mrs.
Truman H. Landon, Maj. Gen.
rtnd Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold,
Rear Adm. and Mrs. Clarence
L. C. Atkeson, Maj. Gen. and
Mrs. Louis T. Heath, and se senior
nior senior members of the Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Caribbean Command
and the component commands.
It is easy to believe only half
of what you hear. The trick is to
know which half.
Weather Or Not
This weaftier report for th 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, it pre
pared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATRE:
High
Low
HUMIDITY:
High
Low
86
69
93
83
76
98
77
58
WIND
(max. mph) . NI5
RAIN (inched 0
WAITER TEMP.:
(inner harbors) 80
NE22
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ALbO: "A rHOROUGh&RtD IS BORN'
L A CINEMASCOPE SHORT!

Following their trip across the

Isthmus by train, the general's
party will be met by a motor
cycle escort for the ride to Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights, where a joint honor
guard ceremony will be conduct conducted
ed conducted by the Caribbean Command
at 11:30 a.m. officially welcom welcoming
ing welcoming Montague to the Headquar
ters, where ne will assume ms
duties as commander In chief
Jan. 5, following the departure
of Harrison.
Montague recently completed
a brief period of temporary duty
in the office of the Army Chief
of Staff in Washington follow following
ing following his return from the Far East
where he was commanding gen
eral of the 1st Corns in Korea.
While in Korea he was named by
Secretary of the Army Wilber
M. Brucker to succeed Harrison
as commander in chief Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean upon Gen. Harrison's re retirement.
tirement. retirement. A graduate of West Point and
the Army Command and Gener General
al General Staff College, Montague has
held many important command
and staff postions during his ca career.
reer. career. Highlighting important pe periods
riods periods of his service were: duty
as a professor of mathematics at
West Point in 1941; commanding
general of the 83rd Division Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery in Europe during World
War II; command of the Armed
Forces Special Weapons Project
nt Sandia Base, New Mexico
from 1947 to 1951; director of
operations and plans, Headquar
ters European Command in 1952;
and deputy chief of the Conti Continental
nental Continental Armv Command from
1952 until 1955.
'Safe Haven' F.nd
Set For Monday
MUNICH, Germany, Dee. 29
(UP) Officials directing "Oner
at:on Safe Haven" said today they
expected to complete the job of
air-lifting 9,700 Hungarian refu refugees
gees refugees to the United States by Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Four days of bright winter
weather have put tht operation
back on schedule after it had
bogged down for several days in
fog and snow.
More than 3.000 refugees have
been flown out since Christ1" i
Eve, bringing the total to n e
than 8,000 since the operation was
! started.
PRICES: .75 .40
-TODAY-
1:30, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 p.m.

Advice for Parade:

Be Early, or Miss
Part of Activities
Invited guests, members of
the press and spectators at attending
tending attending the farewell parade
and review at Albrook Air
Force Base on Jan. 3 in honor
of Lt. Gen. William K. Harri.
son are encouraged to arrive
before 9:30 a.m. in order to
lew the, complete ceremonies,
Headquarters Caribbean Com Command
mand Command announced today.
At 9:35 the assembled soldiers,
sailors, marines and airmen will
be massed on the field and Ad Adjutant's
jutant's Adjutant's call will be sounded.
Those persons arriving early will
have cars parked and be seated
in sufficient time to see those
portions of the ceremony that
will take place prior to the ar arrival
rival arrival of Gen. Harrison at 10 a.m.
The public is invited to attend
and ample parking is available.
All spectator traffic will enter
Albrook Air Force Base through
Gate No. 1.
In the nearly hour-long pa parade
rade parade and review will h units
from the 20th Infantry Regi-
mem, me ostn Army Antiair Antiaircraft
craft Antiaircraft Group, the USARCARIB
technical services the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command, the 5700th
Air Base Oroim. the isth Mauai
District Headquarters, and the
nuuuittu navai station and Ma Marine
rine Marine Barracks. Air Force jet air aircraft
craft aircraft and Army light planes and
helicopters will be in the aerial
flyby.
US Loans Iceland
?4-Million to Aid
Imports Program
WASHINGTON. Dr ? mp
The United States yesterday grant granted
ed granted Iceland a $4 million
... iisai, LU
finance "essential general imports"
mm ma i country.
The 22-year loan was sought by
Iceland to continue its economic
development program. It will 'be
administered by the U.S. export-
impori oanK ana win include some
$600,000 in Danish kroner and
uuicn guimer owned by this coun country
try country as a result of hsIrx of snrnru
farm goods to Denmark and the
iNemerianas.
Funds for the dollar part of the
loan will be drawn from President
Eisenhower's special fund author authorized
ized authorized by Congress for projects im important
portant important to U.S. security.
Iceland recently agreed to per permit
mit permit U.S. forces to stay in the coun country
try country as part of Worth Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty defense forces.
Summerfield Gets
Presidential Nod
AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec. 29 (UP)
President Eisenhower an.
pounced today that he will no nominate
minate nominate Arthur E. Summerfield
ior another term as postmaster
general.
The President thus squelched
rumors that Summerfield, who
underwent a throat operation
recently, would quit the Cabinet.
Assistant White House press
secretary Murray Snyder ex explained
plained explained that under a law of
1872 tiie postmaster general
serves for a term which is the
term of the President plus one
month, unless removed from of office
fice office by tne President.

Ten Canal employes, one with
nearly 45 years of Canal service

and three with more than 30
years, were retired from the Ca
nal during December and were pre
tented with retirement certificates.
Those retiring, their positions.
and length of their Canal service,
follows:
Paul W. Colby, architect, Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division; 12 years, nine
months and 29 days.
Vendrize E. Foster, ferry cus custodian,
todian, custodian, Marine Bureau; 22
years, eight months and 26 days.
Gregor Gramllch, dipper dredge
master, Dredging Division; 44
years, 11 months and 15 days.
Mrs. Frances Horter, Clerk, Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division; 15 years, one
month and 18 days.
Arthur E. Jamison, supervisory
administrative assistant; Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division; 30 years, 11 months
and 25 days.
Mrs. Sallie F. McKeown, ac accounting
counting accounting clerk, Marine Bureau; 32
years, eight months and 28 days.
Miss Ella L. Pease, librarian,
Civil Affairs Bureau: 27 years and
five days.
RalDh F. Schnell. statistical of
ficer, Executive Planning Staff; 33
years, three months and 11 days.
Matthew Shannon, painter fore foreman,
man, foreman, Maintenance Division; 17
years, seven months and 12 days.
Harry A. Stone, custom inspec inspector,
tor, inspector, Civil Affairs Bureau: 15 yean,
nine months and 18 days.
A native of Onawa. Iowa, Colby
is a graduate of Iowa State Col
lege and the University of Illinois.
He served with the U. S. Army
engineers in France during the
first world war and was employed
with the Tennessee Valley Au Authority
thority Authority in Knoxville, Tenn., from
1934 to 1940.
He came to the Isthmus in 1940
as an architectural designer with
the Canal organization. During the

Senior Skipper Of Cascades
Dredges Up Last Bucketful

If Gregor Gramllch, master of
the dipper dredge Cascadas, had
been able to remain on the Ca Canal
nal Canal rolls another 15 days, he
would have rounded out an even
45 years of aervice with the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization.
But retirement age comes to
evervone. This month the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's senior American employe
dredged his last bucketfull of
dirt out of the canai prism ana
retired, after 44 years, 11 month
and 15 daya witn tne ranam
Canal. His total service topped
that of George Ehgelke, who re retired
tired retired earlier this year from the
Commissary Division, by about
two months.
There was another "if" In Mr.
Gramllch's aervice record: If he
harin't, rpsisned his lob in isis
to inln the Armv during: World
War I, he would be credited with
unbroken service back to 1911.
He failed to get Into the service
as lt was, despite his patriotic
trip to the United States to en enlist.
list. enlist. When he arrived, he found
that fin enidemic had put a
halt to all voluntary enlistments.
A native of wasningion, u..,
he came to the Canal Zone Oc October
tober October 3, 1911. His first Job was as
a clerk in the Isthmian Canal
Commission's Atlantic Division
ht hp non transferred to a suc
tion dredge where he worked as
water tender, oiler, mate ana as assistant
sistant assistant dredge operator.
After he returned irom ww
fruitless enlistment trip to the
unit! stntM In 1918 he went to
work on a pipeline auction dredge
What's in a Degree!
Seems Nol Too Much
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 (UP)
a fnrm.r Camhridee university
professor contends that many hold-
ers ol master oi
tpi;i, .,n' n inn are m-reau.
Ex Cambridge Prof. Rossell
Hope Bobbins torn me e"'
language Assn. yesterday that at
least part of the blame lies with
the so-called "new cnu.
uv,hin. aair manv students
1WUUUM
English literature with master of
arts degrees are "Ul versed, ill
spoken and ill-read."
"They can not spell correctly,
can not write a grammatical let letter
ter letter and have not read the staples
lttarotiira
More than 200 scholars applaud-j
ed vigorously.
tv. riti" are a group
of writers stressing textual analH
sis of literature ana generally uu
regarding a work's social and his
tirirai harkeround. Nobel prize
winner T. S. Eliot is associated
with the "new critics."
AN

f anama
"Let the people know the truth and the

ttnd YEAR

second world war he was ordered
te active duty with the U.S. Army
and served at Fort Sherman and
Camp Shelby, Miss. Colby was re

employed with the Canal in 1946
in his former position and was
promoted to architect in 1950.
He and Mrs. Colby plan to make
their home in Panama City after
his retirement.
Foster was born in the Cayman
islands and is a naturalized Unit
ed States citizen. For a number of
years prior to joining the Canal or organization,
ganization, organization, he was master of a Na National
tional National Navigation Company vessel
playing between Cristobal and Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. He was employed by the Opera Operation
tion Operation and Maintenance Division in
1933 as a foreman and in 1944
transferred to the Dredging Dm
sion as a small tug operator. He
has been with the Ferry Service
since 1950.
He and Mrs. Foster have made
plans to go to Florida after his re retirement.
tirement. retirement. Mrs. Horter was born in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, N.Y., an has been a resident
of the isthmus since 1917. She was
employed with the Canal as a cou
pon operative in Ancon in ltd and
has been a clerk in the Accounting
Division since 1942.
Mri. Horter will remain on the
Isthmus after her retirement.
Born in Jewett, Pa., Jamison
was with the U. S. Army during
World War I and came to the Isth
mus id 1920 as a clerk in the Pro
perty and Requisition Bureau at
BalbOi. Heights. With a few breaks
in his service he has been em
ployed with the Canal since that
time at a statistician in the Bu
reau of Statistics, a clerk in the
Municipal Engineering Division
as chief operator. He has been
on dipper dredges since 1927 as
master of the Cascadas since
1846.
Mr. and Mrs. Gramllch have
lived In the same house in Gam-
boa for the past 20 years. One
son, Gregor Jr.. is employed by
tne locks Division and win re
main here to carry on the fami family
ly family tradition. The Gramlichs have
two other sons: Mark, who is
working in California, and Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, who is attending college.
The Gramlichs are planning to
stay on the Isthmus until May
Deiore leaving ior the United
States. They will tour in the
north for a few months before
going to St. Petersburg, Florida
where they expect to make their
iuture home.
Army Inspection Of

Cars Gets Under Way Next Wednesday

Registration and inspection of
privately owned automobiles for
1957 post vehicle permits will be begin
gin begin at S a.m. Wednesday under the
supervision of the central dsss of
fice, Corozal, and the Atlantic
branch pass office.
Both registration and inspection
will be accomplished at the cost
exchange garages located at Fort
Kobbe, Fort Clayton and Fort Wm.
D. Davis only, where representa representatives
tives representatives of the pass offices will be on
hand.
A schedule for inspection and re
gistration running through Feb. 4
and based on alphabetical arrange arrangement,
ment, arrangement, has betn established by
Headquarters, USARCARIB, and
will be observed.
Vehicle registration sections of
the pass offices will operate from
8 'a.m. to 3:30 Monday through
Friday during the period.
Military personnel on active du
ty, including dependents, who de desire
sire desire to operate private vehicles on
military reservations and Depart
ment of the Army civilian em
ployes residing oi. military instal
lations and those not residing on
military installations but who oper
ate their motor vehicle thereon,
must obtain post vehicle permits.
All applications for motor vehi vehicle
cle vehicle registration will be made on
CARIB Form 195, which may be
obtained from the central pass of office,
fice, office, the Atlantic branch pass of
fice or any of the post exchange
garages handling the inspections.
A fee of 35 cents will be charg charged
ed charged by the post exchange garages
conducting the Inspections will in inspect
spect inspect vehicles from 8 a.m. through
3:30 D.m. Monday throueh Friday
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INDEPENDENT

PANAMA, lt. P., SATURDAY. DECEMBER .28, 1$H

and a clerk in the Colon Water Of Office
fice Office He had held various positions

with the Maintenance' Division and
has been supervisory administra administrative
tive administrative assistant since 1955.
Mr. and Mrs. .Ian ison nlan tn
tour the southwestern states after
his retirement and wiL eventually
make their home in Guadalajara,
mexico.
Mrs. McKeown was born in Aris Aris-tes,
tes, Aris-tes, Pa. She was employed in 1924
as a saiescierk in tne Commissary
Division and was transferred that
same year to the Mechanical Divi
sion as a clerk. She was promoted
to accountant in 19444 and was
made accounting clerk in the In
dustrial Division In 1961.
h She will remain on the Isthmus
after her retirement.
Miss Ella L. Pease, was bora in
Linn Grove, Iowa, and eame to the
isthmus in 1929 as a library as
sistant with the Canaf Zone Libra
ry. She has been in both the Cris
tobal and Balboa Libraries and for
several years has been in charge
of the children's book section. She
spent a year in the United States
in 1954 for further library study at
the university of Illinois.
A native of Alexandria, Vs.,
Schnell was with the U.S. Army
during the first World War and
was employed by the Canal orgs
nization in 1923 as a stenographer
in the Correspondence Bureau. He
was transferred to the Bureau of
Statistics in 1927 and in 1940 was
made assistant to the chief of the
Plans Section. For the oast few
years, he has been Statistical Of'
fleer in the Executive Planning
Staff.
The Schnells have already left
for Florida where they will make
their future home.
Shannon was born in Brunswick,
Fla., and served with the U.S. Na
vy from 1915 to 1918. He was em employed
ployed employed for a short time in 1923 as
a foreman at the Balboa Commis Commissary
sary Commissary and was in business in Pana
ma City from 1929 to 1939,
He was reemployed by the Ca Canal
nal Canal in 1939 as a painter in the Sup'
ply Department, was transferred
to the Dredging Division the fol'pw
ing year and since 1947 has been
a painter foreman in the Mainten
ance Division. He will remain in
Panama for the present.
Born in Jamestown, N.Y., Stone
was employed as a clerk in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal with the Receiving and For For-wrading
wrading For-wrading Agency in 1941 and trans
ferred tne same year to the Cus
toms Division as a customs guard,
He was promoted to customs in inspector
spector inspector in 1943 and on two separ
ate occasions has acted as deputy
shipping commissioner with the
Shipping Commission. He will re
main on the Isthmus for the pres
ent.
Privately Owned
195 outlines the mechanical ins
pection.
Inspections made nrior to Jan.
2, will not be valid for the issuance
oi 1857 vehicle permits.
completed CARIB Form 195, in insurance
surance insurance policy, Canal Zone and
Jiepuwic of Panama driver's li
censes and the RP 1957 vehicle re registration
gistration registration will be presented to the
representative of the central pass
office at the garage where the
vehicle Is inspected, where regis registration
tration registration will be made and the post
vehicle permit affixed to the ve vehicle.
hicle. vehicle. The completed CARIB Form
nra is sufficient for commissioned
personnel.
Motorcycles, motor scooters and
motor driven bicycles will be is
sued plates.
Post vehicle nermita wilt remain
affixed to the vehicle until transfer
of ownership, suspension, revoca
tion or expiration of permit.
Registration and inspection of
vemcies will be observed on the
schedule based on the first letter
of the registrant's last name as
indicated:
A-Jan. 2; B-Jan. 8, 4, 7; C C-Jan.
Jan. C-Jan. 8-9; D-Jan. 10; E&F-Jaa.
11; G-Jan. 14; H-Jan. 15-16; I,
JfcK-:a;i. 17. L-Jan. 18; M-Jan.
21-22; N&O-Jan. 23; P Jan. 24.
K-Jan. 25; S-Jan. 28-30; T, UiV
-Jan. 31 Feb.l; and W, X, Y &Z
ceo. 4.
Vehicles which fall to pass ins
pection on the scheduled date must
be inspected again between Feb.
5 13 and registration for those
vehicles must be completed at the
central pass office, Corozal or Fort
Gulick.

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READY TO START CLEARING CANAL ChSrt SSStal
'Nations salvage force Lt. Gen. Raymond A. Wheeler (left)
shown conferring with his assistant Jack Connor near Kan Kan-tara,
tara, Kan-tara, Egypt, announced that the work of clearing the Sues
Canal would start Dec. 28 in the Suez area, in the back background
ground background are two German salvage ships that will take part in
the unblocking operation.
UN Salvage Crews Await Egypt
Approval To Clear Suez Canal

LONDON. Dec. 29 (UPU Unit,
ed Nations salvage crews anxi
ously awaited final approval by
Egypt today to begin the her herculean
culean herculean task of clearinc the Suez
Canal of some 50 vessels block
ing toe vital waterway.
Wreckage of two bridges also
must be removed.
MinAK anrl "terhniial Hvlnn.
ments" have delayed the start
of one of the world's biggest sal
vage operations, sixteen ships
inrl t.nt's were In tWMtit.ion At the
north end of the 101-mile-long
canal and two were anchored at
Suez in the south as crews
awaited only a final nod by the
Cairo government.
Press reports from Port laid
today credited an Egyptian
progress report to Col. Man Man-mound
mound Man-mound Younis, general man manager
ager manager of the Egyptian Sues Ca Canal
nal Canal Authority. They quoted
him as saying his organisation
salvaged three sunken ships
The Last Hurrah!
Curley Operated
Upon, Is 'Grave'
BOSTON, Dec. 29 (UP) -Former
Gov. James Michael Curley was
in grave but satisfactory condi
tlon today following emergency
surgery at city hospital.
The colorful 82-year-old Demo
crat, who served four terms as
mayor of Boston, underwent a two
and one-half hour operation In
which seven surgeons took part
last night. The operation was per performed
formed performed to locate and stop the bleed
ing of a "large stomach ulcer"
with "missive intestinal hemor
rhage." v
Curley, who received 15 pints
of blood during and just before
the operation withstood the "oper "operative
ative "operative procedure remrakably well
considering his age and pie-oper
ative condition," a hospital spokes
man said.
Doctors indicated following thejl
operation that the next .72 hours
would be all-important in uuriey s
recovery struggle.
New Traffic Lights
Get Zone Tryouts,
That'll Be Tuesday
The new traffic lights which
were installed recently at the
Frantfinanl and San Mivuel ereuta.
ing in Ancon will be tested at 7
p.m. iiieMjay, mew rear s uay, to
determine, wnemer or not adjust
ments are necessary.
After any needed adjustments
are made the traffic lights will go
into operation on a 24-hour basis.
During the test period Tuesday
nicht Canal Zone oolice will assist
in directing traffic.
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at Iamailia, midway along the
waterway, yesterday.
Lt. Gen. R.n vmnrvri A WheeW

retired U. S. Army engineer in
charge Of, the TT N eleararuio
eratior., ordered work to start
at the Suez end vesterdav fol
lowing a on.nheaH hv
officials. But the Egyptian au authorities
thorities authorities at Suez apparently did
not receive and the orders and
worn was ne n iin
Some sources sain umrir
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start without fail today, but
there was no official confirma
tion oi the report. The situa situation
tion situation remained confused seven
oaya alter Anglo-French Inva Invasion
sion Invasion truoDS comnleterl their eva
cuation from Port Said at the
norinern end of the canal.
rne 7i-year-old Wheeler, who
ince ran the Panama, nana!
said Suez was selected as the
site of the first big operations
because explosive mines have
been ;und In the canal near
El Cap a short distance south of
Port 3aid. Thev will have to be
exploded or disarmed before
divers' and cranes can go to
work in the north.
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