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YfHE DAILY NEWSPAPER
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INTER NATIONAL AIRWAYS
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"Let the people know the truth and the country Is $afe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1951
to NEW YORK
uez Clearance Job
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of its wrecked ships and bridges would start tomorrow
Imorning in the Suez area.
I Wheeler, the retired American general m cuaigc
the United Nations salvage operations, said he had re re-i
i re-i narmiennn nniv tnrlav from the Eevotian eovern-
ment to begin the clearing
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Official sources in Cairo al-
feady had announced that an
fcord for canai clearance w
ached in negotiations between
m secretary general Dag
lammarskjold and Egyptian
breign minister Manmoua rw-
in New Yonc.
But the announcement did not
ate when the work would be-
However U.N. sources said
ley expected it to begin any
le and Wheeler announced
le date today.
The final decision came aft-
lr Israel informed Hammarsk-
lold it would withdraw all its
Imps from Egypt by Jan. 7.
lammarskjold informed Faw-
li of the Israeli statement and
It was relayed to President
Jamal Abdel Nasser.
Two U.N. officials were flying
lav to Abu Suwelr from tne
N. stagine base at Naples,
ily, to help supervise and
eed up the clearance Job. The
knal is blocked by some 49
taken ships and two bridges.
I The two U.N officials v were
idrew W. Cordiner, executive
isistant to Hammarskjold, and
If red G. Katzm, deputy assls-
IThe'y were flying to Abu Su-
eir witn two Canadian, one
jrwegian and two Danish orn-
rs attached to the U.N. Emer-
liiti-Americanism Breaks Out Anew
Is French Fret Ovfcr Winter Woes
ARIS, tec. 27 (UP) -Anti-A-
ricanism broke out anew in
I It was touched off by belief that
ik Tini.fjMt States had usuroed
estern leadership in tne Miaoie
1st from France ana Britain.
rronnh npwsnanprs blasted U.S.
feign policy in bitter editoriaV.
ditional criticism was expected
a cabinet meeting caneu y
emier Uuy Mouet later uraay.
Th. Fr.nch Doblic. fretting o-
Itr chilly hm 'nd 91
kmobiltt resulting from a erlti erlti-lal
lal erlti-lal fuel thortagt, found it easy
blame tho Unwed awes tor
tinued difficulties in the Sues
rrenrh snurees said the Francb-
pitish ceasefire in Egypt marked
s end of r rencn ana nriusn aip aip-natic
natic aip-natic initiative in the area and
. ft.- i- Lt U'nttom 1 0 O H M
ip to the United States.
lane Is Missing.
INCHORAGE, Alaska, Pec. 27
IP) An Air Force plane with
linen aboard crashed near Wil-
s, Alaska, about SO miles north
here late last night.
wreckage of the KB -29 has
en spotted on Bald Mountain
d a ground party is on its way
the scene, a spokesman at El
idorf Air Forre base here said.
was not known if there were any
lie four-engine plane had left
nendorf on a routine training
HI. The identity of those aboard
u not released.
Ah, Good Newt
rRENTON, N.J. Dec. 27 UP)
Ho station WTNJ broadcast
Qy good news" yesterday he-
use station news director r.n.i
Igner decided he was "sick and
oi mat accident stuff.
IEW BRUNSWICK. N. J. Dec.
(UP) Twe sisters gave their
nines special Christmas guts
bsday. Mrs. Milton Borchert, 33,
Hiutown, gave birth to a girl in
Peier's Hesnital. Soon after.
tds a boy was born at the
e hosoita! to her sister. Mrs.
ieph Schmidt, 25, of Slelton.
YUP1. Lt. Gen. Raymond A
nf rlAnrino- the Sum Canal
operations in the Suez area
Red Sea Base
JERUSALEM, Israel, Dec. 27
(UP)- An Israeli warship arriv
ed In the port of Ellat yesterday
to formally open it as a base for
Israel's Red Sea naval command.
The frigate Miznak (Thrust)
became the first Israeli warship
to pass through the Tirah
Straits and up the Gulf of Aka Aka-ba.
ba. Aka-ba. Previously the entrance to the
Kir had been dominated by
Israel captured the strategic
islands guarding tne gulf's
mouth during tne sinai cam
paign and still holds them
Egypt Buys Oil
From Arab Lands
f!ATO.O. Tier OTfTTPFtrvnt
ha concluded two nil riealc with
Saudi Arabia and Iran to avert
a gasonne shortage.
Minister of Tndustrv km sirl-
ky Said yesterday that Egypt was
buying 400 thousand tons of oil
from Saudi Arabia and 120
thousand tons from Trail
He said that "in arMit.ln nt.n
locai output and Russian and
Romanian imports, the two
deals -ward off a.nv nil short.aae
Since then, they said, the Unit
ed. States has been slnw in nrm
nize a program for clearing the
blocked Suez Canal, and Egypt has
become more and more intransi intransigent,
gent, intransigent, in its dealinas with the Weat
The French believe U.S. policy
is largely responsible for demands
by EgVOt for COtnnensAtinn tnr
damage done to the Canal, and for
Egypt's refusal to recognize the
six-point declaration signed by E E-gypt,
gypt, E-gypt, Britain and France in the
security council in October
"Hew much longer are tho U U-nited
nited U-nited States and the United Na Nations
tions Nations going to lot Egyptian Pres President
ident President Gamal Abdol Nasser make
fools of them?" tho right wing
newspaper L'Auror demanded
in its load article today.
The influential Figaro echoed
tne anti-American sentiments and
called for "appropriate action by
tne u.a. state Department.
LONDON, Dec. 27 (UP) Radio
Moscow today quoted a message
of thanks from Egyptian Presiden'
Gamal Abdel Nasser to the Soviet
people for their, support "during
the Anglo-French-Israeli aggres
The broadcast said that Nasser
yesterday received a group of So
viet journalists and gave them a
message to the Soviet people.
"I take this opportunity," the
message ald to express the grat
itude of the Egyptian people to
the Soviet people for their support
of Egypt during the Anglo-French-
Dying Man Gives
Sight As Gift
LONG BRANCH, N.J. (UPr-
Morton Jones gave his sight as his
final Christmas gift.
Shortly before the 46-year-old
micron, n.j. man died at Hazard
Hospital Tuesday he said he would
like to give his eyes to a blind
Members of a rescue sauad
raced to New York and back in 85
minutes for special boxes and re returned
turned returned in time to preserve the
The New York eye bank will get
.(ones' eyes lor use in sight restor
The Liberian tanker Scherzo
which cleared Balboa for New
Zealand some days ago was due
back early this afternoon be because
cause because of the serious illness of
After the tanker was several
days out her local agent, Boyd
Brothers, received a radio mes message
sage message that Capt. J. G. Hendrlchs
had suffered a sudden illness.
The agents consulted local
doctors who transmitted instruc
tions to the ailing master as to
how to care for himself and
make himself more comfortable.
At the same time, the air-sea
rescue service under Caribbean
Command was alerted. They
were willlno; to fly out to Gala Galapagos
pagos Galapagos and attempt to pick up
Hendrichs there. In the end,
however, it was decided the ship
would bring him back to Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Here he will be given prelim
inary medical treatment and will
then be flown to England for
further care, and perhaps surg surgery.
ery. surgery. The Scherzo will merely stop
to put the master ashore and
take bunkers. Then she will set
out again on her voyage to Wel Wellington.
lington. Wellington. She nicked up her load
in Curacao, N.W.I.
550 Tourists Due
Here On Homeric
The liner Homeric is due in
year's end tourists who will spend
a day on tltf Utlnra.
Cruise passengers sre due to
dock at 8 a.m. and must be back
on the ship at 8 p.m.
Some of them will make trips
to the Pacific Side.
Boyd Brothers have a sizeable
party lined up for the shore ercur ercur-sion.
sion. ercur-sion. Me(a)etThe Price
BETHANY, Conn. Dec. 27 (UP)
Richard Wardell had plenty cf
meat for his table today but ,t
cost more than a dollar a pound.
He struck a ISO-pound deer with
his car, causing $200 damage to
1200 Jap War Prisoners Back
Home After 11 Years In Russia
MAI7.1TR1T. JaDan. Dec. 27 (UP)
A ornnn nf 1.025 shouting Japan-
war nrisoners returned to
their homeland yesterday after 11
years in Russian capavny. mey
brought back: reports oi two unci
ikkii haM in Russia
Their arrival aboard a repatria repatriation
tion repatriation ship closed a program which
has brought home 770,000 Japan Japanese
ese Japanese captured by the Russians in
World War II.
The Russians claim that is all
the Japanese they had. The Jap Japanese
anese Japanese 'government insists there
Stop The Presses!
Dog Shoots Woman
DETROIT, Dc. 27 (UP) -Mrs.
Theresa Wadlington, 27, was shot
in the leg yesterday by her dog.
Mrs. Wadlington was sitting in
the living room of her home when
the dog, a cocker spaniel, knocked
over a loaded shotgun which Was
leaning against the wall. The gun
fired one blast when it hit the
floor and the charge struck the
woman in the leg. She was hos
pitalized and reported in good con
To Stop Running
At 8 PM Daily
Effective Wednesday, Jan.
2, and lasting for about two
months, Thatcher ferry will be
closed from g p.m. to 6 a.m.
Monday through Friday.
The ferry will continue to
operate on a 24-hour schedule
on Saturdays and Sundays
luring this period.
The night closing ig necessa necessary
ry necessary in order to allow workmen
time to effect repairs and re replace
place replace piling on the ferry slips.
More Christmas Revellers
On Drunk Driving Charges
Two more intoxicated drivers
paid the piper in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for Christ
One defendant was found not
guilty, and Judge John E. Item Iteming
ing Iteming toon another case under ad advisement
visement advisement until tomorrow.
The Balboa cases now total
six. One case in Cristobal Is
Jorge Sanidas, 27, a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian clerk in the Army trans
portation office at Ft. Clayton,
changed his initial plea of not
guilty to guilty this morning.
He told the court he had had
some drinks at a Christmas par party
ty party at 5:10 p.m. last Friday but
did not consider himself Intoxi
cated when his car was involved
in a complicated accident on
After House (urns
In Parque Lefevre
A fire caused by a blazing ke
rosene stove yesterday destroyed
the top wooden portion of a
small combination wood-and-
concrete building in Parque Le-
efvre, leaving a man, his wife
and two children homeless.
Residents of the lower con
crete portion of the building had
their furniture and other house household
hold household effects damaged by the wa water
ter water used to put. out the fire.
One fireman was injured when
he tried to carry a firs hose into
one of the burning rooms. There
were no other casualties.
The fire broke out in the lame
of Carlos Perez and his family
about 4:30 yesterday afternoon
when flames from the kerosene
stove ignited one of the wooden
partitions and rapidly spread to
the rest of the top floor.
Firemen were delayed In get
ting to the scene by a broken
down bridge leading to the area
where the house is located. The
bridge was Impassable, causing
tne firemen to back out of the
area and seek another access
road. They fought the blaze for
about 30 minutes before bringing
it under control.
still are some 10,000 unaccounted
Some of the repatriates report
ed they were told that Hungarian
freedom fighters would replace
them in the Siberian prison camp
Hidkji Tsunezuka told of meet
ing an American non commis commissioned
sioned commissioned officer by the name of
Cumish in Vladimir prison.
Cumish said he had been drink
ing in a bar in the Soviet sector
of Vienna in 1948 and was kid
naped by the Russians and t; ken
to Siberia, Tsunezuka reported.
Hiromichi Eguchi told of being
in the same cell for three hours
in Moscow in 1947 with a Lieuten
ant Zucher (phonetic spelling) of
the U. S. Army.
He said Zuchei told him he was
kidnaped by the Russians in 1945
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 37 (UP)
Even Santa Clans wnnnH nn in
jail Tuesday because of too much
Christmas soirit. Harrv W Clark
44, wearing a Santa Claus suit
wnen ne was arrested Christmas
Eye on a drunk driving charge,
Said.. "I've been tn spvaraT WartiAc
playing Santa Claus and everyone
gave me a drink.
Got A Wish
DETROIT, Dec. 27 (UP)-Rob-ert
J. McClellan spent Christmas
in jail because of a fulfilled Christ Christmas
mas Christmas wish. McClelan satisfied his
desire to drive a police car by
stealing one from in front of the
Gross Point Park station house.
Police found him asleep in the ve vehicle
hicle vehicle later.
Jobless In Hungary
Gaillard Highway at Clayton
Gate 1. v
Sanidas was following anbther
car which he hit from behind as
it was about to pass a stalled
bus. Police testimony said this
initial smash threw the car
somewhat out of 'line and that
Sanidas vehicle then grazed the
bus slightly and hit the first car
a second time as it slowed down,
spinning it around and over in into
to into a curb in front of the bus.
Sanidas said that the driver
in front of him stopped sudden suddenly
ly suddenly and and that his brakes failed
The front of Sanidas' car was
demolished and the other car.
suffered about $1000 worth of
damages. Sanidas told the
court he had arranged to take
care of this through his insur insurance.
ance. insurance. The driver of the other car
suffered a slight arm injury. A
woman passenger In Sanidas'
car was slightly cut.
Sanidas took a test which
showed his blood had .21 per
He threw himself on the
mercy of the court with the
request that he receive a sus suspended
pended suspended sentence so be could
continue working with the Ar Army
my Army and continue his night
studies at Panama University.
His fine was $100 and his 15 15-day
day 15-day jail sentence was suspended.
He was put on probation for a
The "only woman in the sex sextette
tette sextette of defendants was Agnes
Elizabeth Wilcox, 47, Panama-
She drove her automobile
into a garbage truck on 4th
of July Avenue at 11:54 last
One of the tarbaa
was thrown from the side of
vehicle; He required first Aid but
was only slightly injured.
Mrs. Wilcox pleaded guilty and
was fined $100.
Army Lt. Edward Kessler
Shelton, Jr., 28. convinced the
court that he was more exhaust
ed than intoxicated when picked
up on Gaillard Highway at 2:20
p.m. last Friday.
He said he had had three
beers bat was very t'red from
having gone back and forth so
often to Tocumen to meet his
parents who were coming from
the States for a Christmas
visit. Bad weather disrupted
tho elder Sheltons' travel
The father was In court today
when the son was found not
guilty of driving while intoxicat intoxicated.
ed. intoxicated. The defendant was repre
sented by Attorney William J.
Edwin Nathaniel Perryman, 39.
a Gamboa resident, will- learn
the decision In his case tomor
The Panamanian Dredelne
Dlvlsion employe had a blood al alcohol
cohol alcohol percentage of ,21 but said
he had nothing to drink for
some hours before his alleged
speeding attracted the attention
of a policeman.
His wife and several friends
testified in his behalf.
Differences of opinion were
voiced by police and his witness
es as to how well he stood the
Does Not Pan Out
NIKKO, Japan, Dec. 27 (UP)
A quadruple suicide pact that
failed left four young lovers in
critical condition in a hospital
Police said two men and two
women tried to kill themselves bv
Swallowing poison on Christmas
Eve. The women were found un
conscious near a gate at the Nikko
The two men were discovered
last night near a skating rink.
Police said one couple first de decided
cided decided on a sulcic! pact because
they were related and could not
marry. The other couple, whom
they met here, had a similar im impediment
pediment impediment to marriage and decided
to join them.
Puts On Squeeze,
Psst, That's Cop
ALOR STAR, North Malaya.
Dec. 27 (UPl-Kedah state police
ordered buxom stripper Rose
i.nan today to stop wrestling with
pythons in her night club act.
One of her 2l-toot pets coiled it
self around her body three days
ago and squeezed her unconscious.
It took stagehands five minutes to
Rose said she would keep her
snakes and try them again in Sing-
spore next February.
Safe New Year's:
CHICAGO, Dec. 27 (UP)-With
the shock of the worst holiday
traffic toll in history still fresh
In the nation's mind, safety ex experts
perts experts predicted another 490 A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans will be killed needless needlessly
ly needlessly during the New Year's week weekend.
end. weekend. The National Safety Council
said it is counting on the
"shock factor" of the all-time
record Christmas holiday traf traffic
fic traffic slaughter to help hold down
the toll this week-end.
The 490 figure is only 70 more
than the normal rate of 420
deaths for a four-day period in
December. The New Year's holi holiday
day holiday begins at 6 p.m. Friday and
ends at midnight next Tuesday.
A united Press count showed
713 persons were killed in traf
fie crashes during the four-day
Christmas holiday, smashing the
previous all-time record of 609
set during last year's three-day
Christmas holiday. The toll also
was well above the Safety Coun Council's
cil's Council's advance estimate of 660 fa fatalities.
talities. fatalities. Safety experts and law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officials said they will
continue their "all out" efforts
to 3ave the lives of New Year's
celebrants, but apparently there
was iittie more they could do.
PoKce officers, who gave up
their holiday and worked
themselves to the point of ex exhaustion,
haustion, exhaustion, said they had done
their best to prevent motorists
from killing themselves. They
blamed the motorist them
selves for the Christmas mas
sacre on the highways.
Safety officials said their Ma
Was for caution In news news-FS3
FS3 news-FS3 hver radio and fe)e-
irt' stations" went unheVder! hv
tne motoring public
Good Cycling Ahead
For Younq Bicyclists
As a move tnwnrrf hannv nv.
11 M 'i-ffj W
cling for Canai. Zone ymmpstprs,
the Ralhna riAltna will rn a
trainine- school in Los Rios, op-
yvsivc uie playground.
Children interested in at attending
tending attending should show un at 9
a.m. on Saturday krinrlnr
N j f v mm p. a,
with them notes from their
parents listing names and
Children seven vears nf acre
or older are eligible.
Police Set. Walter Alv will
be the chief Instructor.
Additional training schools for
young cyclists will be given on
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CANAL ZONE police officer John F. Harris (left) wears the
new two-tone blues that are popping up all over to replace
the grey outfits worn by George i Nadsau. Police officers are
enthusiastic about the new, cooler outfits.
Into Mines But
VIENNA, Dec. 27 (UP) Hungary began drafting
peasant farmers into the coal mines todav in a dacnerafa
attempt to get production going and stave off a "nation "national
al "national disaster," Radio Budapest reported.
It said some peasants already had started work in
the mines of Pecs, near the Yugoslav border.
Some of the heaviest fighting of the Hungarian up uprising
rising uprising occurred in the Pecs region and partisans were still
fighting Russian troops as recently as two weeks ago in
The coal shortaae and the resultant InrL nf
has closed down virtually all
The Government warned
000 workers would lose jobs
The government's action In
forcing farmers into the mines
indicated It has had little suc success
cess success in its door-to-door appeal
for "volunteers" from the idle
Although the worker went
back to their jobs today after
the three-day Christmas holt
almost a standstill for lack (
coat and power.
Only 4000 of the workers on
the rimr rsenel island iron and
steel industrial complex remain remained
ed remained on full pay.
innthw I7nnfl were srandir.ff
rnnnri IHlv nn half nav and the
remainder of the plants 38,000
. : i 1
f mplOves could consider uieui uieui-selves
selves uieui-selves off the payroll for a long
time to come.
wnrir at. the rsenel nlant stut
tered to a final halt for lack of
1 anrf nnwer lust before
Christmas. Only 4000 employed
on maintenance ana repair worn
were to remain on full pay.
Lenders of the Csenel workers
said the situation was the same
in factories all over the country.
NASHVILLE, Term. Deb. 27 -fllPl
John E. HooDer. was eating
Christmas dinner when an automo automobile
bile automobile smashed into this house and
knnekeH him from the table
Neighbors provided him with a
meal to replace the one sent fly
ing from the table,
of Hungary's industry.
that US fl rtciilr i m oi
- vwwivvsish V iu wmW
"permanently" in the New
Budapest Radio warned coal
production would probably be
"ten million tons less than
normal" durin, 1857.
. uiair iacK or coal
??ndn?wrJwou,d cause between
100,000 and 200,000.to be laid off
permanently ip industry
The radio trmt
bly opttmtaUc, pr
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ii me isDor-snort r,
Zone NFFE Vi
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1 7 1 "cm racenuy,
VOted to inereai. til
and veariv Huo
and from $10 to $15, reap
William C. Kongab e wag to totalled,
talled, totalled, along with other'
officers, past president NoUsH
In the vote to increase
members decided that due MM
before Dec. 31 for next year wl
be accepted at the old rates
Other offjeers installed X:
Saul Wynshaw, first vire-presi:
dent Aaron Slgfrid, second vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; c. Robert Heard,
third vice-president; Mrs. Sylvia
Toothman, guardian; and
directors at large, Virgil Wors Wors-ham,
ham, Wors-ham, Ralph Zackry and Myer
The next meeting will be held
in the Chiva Chiva Trail club clubhouse
house clubhouse on the second Thursday
of January. Meeting time Is 7:30
Bus Strikes Man,
Breaks His Leg
Joaenh Edwards 2 a Karha.
dian. was picked up with a brok
en teg last night after he was hit
by a bus on Central Avenue in
Colon at a point where it runs
through the Canal Zone.
Edwards was hospitalized with
a fractured tibia.
The driver of the bus was Her Herbert
bert Herbert Samuel Gordon, 36, Pana Panamanian.
manian. Panamanian. Investigation of the aceldanl
UN Asked To Check
Old Sinai Writings
PARIS, Dec. 27 (UP) Israel
has asked the United Nations E E-ducatlonal,
ducatlonal, E-ducatlonal, Social and Cultural Or Organization
ganization Organization to send experts to the
Sinai to study the manuscript trea treasures
sures treasures of the monastery of Saint
Catherine, it was revealed here
The Egyptian government
claims those manuscripts were
damaged by Israeli soldiers during
the Sinai fighting.
UNESCO sources said the Israe Israeli
li Israeli request has been transmitted to
the organization's United Nations
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As a Panamanian, and as an employe ol the Panama Canal
Company, through Ood's grace, please permit me space In your
eolumn t6 request my New Year's Rift from my President Don
Rrnesto de la Ouardla, Jr., and from the National Assembly.
Please will the honorable gentlemen introduce a set of Bills
in tee National Assembly whereby victims of the Remon-Eisen-hower
treaty will be able to get employment in the United
States, by the setting up of recruiting bureaus in Panama and
the Canal Zone, as in comparison to recruitment in Mexico,
Barbados, and Jamaica. We are already screened and processed.
Ifce Security Department knows that we are loyal workers.
Also will they ask President Dwight Eisenhower to grant
victims of the treaty Immigration status as that granted to
Hungarian citizens, because we will be refugees from hunger.
I also think Vice President Nixon will support this, because,
while Hungarians killed North Americans sons, our fathers sons
Volunteered to preserve the United States against Kaiser Wil William's
liam's William's greed and Hitler's Nazism.
Benjamin P. Soley
When I moved into the quarters near the Margarita Com Commissary
missary Commissary I was told the four buildings there were for the use
of married couples without children and for the single people.
Now we have a Canal Zone-bred couple living there with
squalling baby. The Canal Zone quarters manager on the
Atlantic-side however is also Canal Zone-bred, so I guess we
must please them. After all, let's please them by all means.
The Canal Zone couldn't operate without the girls and boys
who grew up here and ,are now afraid to leave.
Have the rules been changed or do we have to listen all
day and ail night to the bawling?
I would like to express my appreciation for the personal
kindness of the many people at Qorgas Hospital who assisted
my wife and mvself during her long illness and recent death.
They really went beyond the routine call of duty.
Our many other friends also showed us kindness and per
sonal Attention for which words cannot really express my
heartfelt thanks. I am especially grateful to everyone in the
Customs Division, oh both sides of the Isthmus.
By VICTOR RIESEL
When the lights go out again in
Moscow, the Reds will not be
browning out because war's been
declared. It will just mean that
they heve never learned you can't
mine coal with bayonets or the
hammer and sicklt;.
Without coal there is no power.
And in labor and coal industry cir circles
cles circles here and in Washington the
word is that Russia has so little
coal left it has begun blacking out
hundreds of cities and millions ot
homes during the murky Soviet
daytime. For scores millions of
Russians there is no electric pow power
er power for domestic use each day un until
til until the factories close. For, there
just isn't enough coal left to sup supply
ply supply energy for both home and in industrial
dustrial industrial use.
So, apparently, at least one force
of angry men nas the answer to
cracking the Soviets short of war.
Keen tnem from their satellite
coal supplies in the Silesian range
running through tmesis, roianu,
Slovenia and Hungary. This is
roughly similar to our own Appa Appalachian
lachian Appalachian range.
Without tha black fuel frsm
thass pit In tha tatsllitst, His
Russians must grind their in in-duttry
duttry in-duttry Is a halt And so thsy'ra
grinding tha satellites to dust
rathar than give tham thsir free free-dom.
dom. free-dom. That's tha sscrat.
There is no coal in Western Rus
sia. Without the polish and Hun
garian pits, Moscow would have
to haul coal from the nearest kus
sian fields in the Urals. And that
would be like running coal trains
from Alaska to the east cost of the
U.S. That's a long haul and the
Russians cant' afford to chance it.
The Russians have been having
difficulty with their captive mines,
without having to worry about sat
ellite revolutions. Most of these
mines are not mechanized. They
need thousands of miners hacking
the stuff by hand. For a while the
Russians toyed with the Ameri
can mechanical digging equip
raent and even got so" enthused
over these machines that they put
out a special postage stamp with
Joy Manufacturing Co. digging
machine as the illustration of
things to come.
But the Russians never bought
tne huge gadgets. And as tempers
rose inside the satellites, coal pro production
duction production fell. Traditionally the min-
ers are Battling Soviet troops in
the pit-marked hills.
John Lewis people reported the
m www m la r7
y awiiBWta masse:
y OtIW MARION
(Editor's Note: Drew Pearson
is en a Christmas tour of oar far
northern bases. Dur'ng his ab absence,
sence, absence, the column will he writ written
ten written by his junior partner).
JACK ANDERSON SATS: SO
VIET SUBS MAY BE JAM JAMMING
MING JAMMING OUR MISSILES;
CHEESE PROFITEER NOW
GOVERNMENT CONSUL CONSULTANT;
TANT; CONSULTANT; AIDES KEEP CON CONGRESSMAN
GRESSMAN CONGRESSMAN FROM SEEING
Walter Winchell In New Yon
THI SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS
Toys, tinsel, ribbons, lights, hol holly
ly holly and mistletoe are the symbols
of a spirit. It has a quality of rich richness
ness richness and joy that communicates it itself
self itself to everything it touches. Hopes
are renewed, dreams restored and
humans once again eagerly ac accept
cept accept the challenge of life. A full
chorus of excitement sweeps across
the nation ... Astronomers contend
the Star of Bethlehem was a con conjunction
junction conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. The
truth is, however, the light that
blazed and guided the Wise Men
reflected the warmth in the hearts
of mankind. And it still lights the
way. The glowing benediction of
humanity's greatest religious fes
1 1 i i !i.u ti i
uvai nas manuoia meanings. 11 is
and it's always filled. I'd like to
see any skeptic explain that!"
The star, you may be startled to
learn, is Tallulah Bankhead.
other day. that the'co.l 'digger. "RWKffi
'Here is a thought, regardless of faith or Crede.
"We must harvest the crop of the planted seed."
Por, the return In this life, without a doubt,
Is in full proportion to what we put out.
t When the score is added, for over the years,
May I leave more of laughter, and less of tears."
And, of pain and heartaches, lust a little less,
Than the overall amount of happiness.
On this world I leave, I will have the last laugh,
When selection is made for my epitaph,
7? If it Is written of m, and trulv meant,
' As a decent guy, he was sixty per cent."
Answer to Previous Puzzle
ty police. -The miners fought t'o
stop the Nazi-type deportation of
Hungarian you, box car class.
"An example of Hia effeetivt effeetivt-nass
nass effeetivt-nass of tho coal minsrs' protest
. . WS thB rtport . .that csal
production had dropped from 70, 70,-000
000 70,-000 tons a day to 10,000 tons,"
hB United Mine Workers Jour Journal
nal Journal s.y,.
!,s Capital of
14 Moat unusual
15 Tall flowers
24 New Orleans
is on tht
31 Heavy blows
31 Siouan Indiana
43 Air (comb.
49 Louisiana has
2 The of
1 Sound, a
5 Not elsewhere
specified (ab.) u Right side
tip I NCfflAMf'BiR'si
RWl Ki Elk
6 Legal point
T Hops' kiln
9 Long fishes
12 Volcano in
21 Dance step
25 Grafted (her.)
30 Love god
34 Ship's record
36 That thing
43 Greet Lake
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This is crinoline the Russian in
dustrial machine and can ho-
down its atqmic and war produc
tion apparatus in a few months
Small, wonder the Russians have
neen lighting the Hungarian min
ers with the hangman's noose
Mongolian troops, tanks and air
. You get a picture of just what
tne Hungarian mines mean to Mos
cow if you look at the needs of the
Germans and French. The West West-ern
ern West-ern Germans, for example, would
oe nappy u tney could increase
their purchase of 8,000,000 tons of
coal annually to 15,000,000 They've
wown over some of ttieir top indus industrialists
trialists industrialists to see John L. and coal
industry leaders here. They'll get;
the tonnage if we can put ships to
The French have had their peo people
ple people here, too, seeking an increase
from 3,000,000 tons to 7.000.000 tons
a year. Compare these figures
which the French and Germans
reckon can keep their industries
alive with what the Russians are
losing just in Hungary. You can
men see now badly the Hungarian
revolt really hurts the Soviets.
Without coal, the Russians an't
fight us on the economic front front-they
they front-they can't deliver steel, machine machinery,
ry, machinery, aircraft, electrical equipment
or may of the ouier materiel wi';h
which they hope to buy Asian and
The Muscovites am u......
- "ui mil';
they can cut a revolutionist's jug jugular
ular jugular vein with a bayonet-but it's
futile against the life-giving vein
w mvui m me pus.
hope and charity for lifetime work
building better world. Applicants
must furnish own tools, including
Golden Rule. For further details
apply at your nearest cnurcn.
The sineina climax of the year
is brightly represented by the
touching simplicities of childhood.
Christmas intensifies the glory, i-
magmation and love of kids. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, youngsters perform the mir
acle of seeing Paradise by looking
into their hearts. Their glorious
poignancy has frequently been il illustrated
lustrated illustrated by letters to Santa. For
example, the pig-tailed darling
who wrote: "I am a little gin a
years old. I would like a few new
toys for a girl of my age to play
with. But please visit all the lit
tle boys and girls all over the world
Tha Yuletide signifies such
fundamental joys as fundament fundamental
al fundamental joys as home, family, friend friendship
ship friendship and leva. For ths only last lasting
ing lasting gayety is rooted In tha com companionship
panionship companionship of people wb love.
This companionship and devo devotion
tion devotion was recently recalled by
Perry Come at a memory of
youth: "At Christmastime we
used to lay out a table that would
reach from hers to Times
Squars. There was room for
thirteen kids and any relatives
who might drop in. And thsrei
was hot food en that tabls, and
somebody eating It, from six o' o'clock
clock o'clock Christmas Eve through
midnight Christmas Night."
Parry, incidentally, poses this
thoughtful problem: "la a kid
better off if he has to work two
years and save his spending
money far a second-hand bike,
as I did, or is he more fortunate
tf he has an expensive bike
handed him on Christmas?
Where do you draw ths line? I
still don't know tha anvwsr."
It Is a problem indeed. Rare
Is the .parent who knows where
generosity ends and spoiling-the
ourselves to live according to
untrammalad common sense, the
unconquerable efficiency of good
will. We grant ourselves ths com complete
plete complete and selfish pleasure ef lov loving
ing loving others better than ourselves.
How odd tf ssamt: How unnatur unnaturally
ally unnaturally happy WB are!"
No tvrant should underestimate
the surge of hope that comes with
Christmas. And no cynic should
he blind to the strength of that
soirit. It is real, effective ana in
destructible. That vearning, invin
cihi soirit was onee beautiiuuy
expressed by Helen Keller: "The
believer is not soon msneanenea.
If he is turned out of his snewer,
he builds up a house that the winds
of the earth cannot destroy. When
I think of the suffering ana tarnine
and the continued slaughter of
men, my spirit bleeds, but t h e
thought comes to me, that, like
tho deaf dumb and blind child I
once was, raankina is growing uui
of the darkness of ignorance and
hate( Into the light of a brighter
"n the endurance of mankind,
there is the reminder that the ho ho-imuv'c
imuv'c ho-imuv'c meaning is not a vain hope
but a vibrant reality. If you love
peace and have faith in good will-
you nave me i.nnsun
WASHINGTON Counter in intelligence
telligence intelligence agents are investigat investigating
ing investigating the possibility that Soviet
subs off the Florida coast may
be throwing our guided missiles
out of control with electronic
This is one ominous explana explanation
tion explanation for the misguided missiles
that have been plaguing our
scientists at Patrick Air Force
Many more test missiles have
careened out of control than the
public has been told. In fact, so
many subsonic Snarks have
plunged into the Atlantic that
Patrick personnel refer to the
ocean thereabouts as "snark-in-
Scientists have traced the
cause in most cases to mechani mechanical
cal mechanical failures. But other misfiring
have been so mysterious that
they suspect electronic counter-
Russia is known to possess
jamming equipment that could
freeze the electronic gear in our
missnes. no aoubt the Russians
would like to test their equip
ment against our latest missiles;
This may be exactly What's bo-
tag on furtively off the Florida
Note Air Force bombers,
testing our own electronic counter-measures,
have been able to
blur radarscopes and jam com communication
munication communication facilities.
SCOOPS AND SCANDALS
CHEESY ADVICE: Biscuit ba baron
ron baron George Henry Coppers,
whose National Biscuit compa company
ny company collected $108,893 from the
government on an illegal cheese
deal, is now advising the Presi President
dent President on agricultural matters
including, presumably, cheese.
At ike's behest. Conner Is
serving on an agricultural com commission
mission commission at the same time the
Justice Department is suing to
get the taxpayers' $108,693 back
from his company.
For Yanks. Britons
PALACE GUARD: Congress
man Francis Walter (D. Pa.),
just back from investigating the
auiiKRrifui reiugee program
could not get past the nalace
guard to complain to President
Eisenhower. Walter wanted to
tell ike what a mess the refugee
program is in.
But White House aides waited
for vice President Nixonis re report,
port, report, did not want Walter to get
in the act. The Congressman,
key to refugee legislation in the
House was furious.
The Pakistan Embassy greeted
inaian prune Minister Nenrus
arrival in Washington with
heckling from the diplomatic
The Pakistanis took the occa occasion
sion occasion to remind the State Depart
ment mat united Nauons-mina-
ed Nehru was, himself, in viola I
tion of a UN resolution.... Neh-1
ru has refused to hold a plebi
scite m Kasnmir, as oraerea nyi
the United Nations, to determine!
whether the disputed territory!
should Ko to India or Pakistan.
Nehru reportedly a s s u real
President Eisenhower that Red I
China is willing to negotiate a
peaceful settlement in the For
mosa 8tra.it.... This .hardly I
squares with intelligence reports!
that the Chinese Communists!
have been installing rocket-1
launchlne- sites oorjosite For-
mosa. Nationalist reconnaissance!
planes have taken actual pic
tures of the rocket installations.!
Herman Edelsberg, Washing
ton chief of The Anti-Defama-I
tion League, has put the bee on!
Senate GOP leader Bill Kno
Edelbere claims the first
fective civil-rights legislation
since tne civil war can be pa
ed next year Jf Knowland
break his alliance with tha
southern Democrats and rally
Republican Senators- behind
President Eisenhower's ci
The CBS-TV show, "Stand
and Be Counted," sent trailer
trucks around the country to
pick up Christmas gifts for the
Hungarian refugees arriving
Camp Kilmer, N.J. United Var
Lines donated the trucks; the
public was invited to contribute
girts This Christmas caravai
idea was borrowed from Drev
Pearson's Friendship T r a
which toured the country Die
tag up food' for hungry Europe
m 1947 Dance instructors
Washington's Arthur Murras
Studios contributed two hours
pay to Hungarian refugees
Dance director Ethel Fistere
matched their donations and
sent a $1,500 check to Hung a J
Joe Farland, Undersecretar
Herbert Hoover's right bower in
the State Department, s returnl
ing to West Virginia to survei
the political prospects. He may,
run for Senator on the GOP tlcJ
ket . . Washington police
borrow pickpocket specialist
from other police forces during
inauguration week. Their assignl
ment: To protect the celebratind
Republicans from 'pickpockets.
..Democratic leaaers are
at President Eisenhower
calllne them to the White Hoi
Jan. 1 to preview his State
The union address, it mean
they'll have to curb their Nev,
Year's Eve celebrating.
Thejfestive season demonstrates
the magic of iti spirit by cap capturing
turing capturing people with its gentle mood.
A mysterious communication sys
tem transmits nappy messages w ;rr,r'L w.ion enlnnv ob ob-every
every ob-every heart. For a brief, blessed Moscow stmy foreign c? n
' Tm served Christmas with cnurcn
line di s die uicuua. xii a
and make them happy. I say my very reai gense, it is humanity's services and emDSSsy araner y
prayers and I guess God will give way of reassuring itself that the, ties. a-nj
aesire lur uayy hcbs wm smy.v. Amha.HnP
the prophets of doom. It is the pro- a-iooi nmn ,- .III
Lr.f u- ... ...:n u rha- e v. finhlen s residence last
mise mai lira luiuie win ire tirm n-uul.
ik i (,itk nnt (oar niuW to sine carols. The nmisn
And it is a ringing challenge to; Embassy staff, headed by Ambas Ambas-those
those Ambas-those who would forever destroy sador Sir William Hayter, also at-
mankind's brief opportunity for tended
moments of bliss.
message. Thank you,
BIG WHEELS Ma at right
(arrow) is dwarfed by huge
center hull sections for the USS
Triton, biggest submarine ever
to be built. Under construction
at the Flectric Boat yards at
Groton, Conn., the Triton will
be powered by two atomic re reactors.
actors. reactors. Spokes of "wheels" are
temporary supports for the
Happiness, which denotas the
triumph, of life, oxemplifias ths
spirit ef the holiday. In the jol jolly
ly jolly tradition, there's Baa Llllie's
Christmas gift to Noel Coward.
It was a baby alligator, to whose
neck tha star attached a label
reading: "So what else ia new?"
Incidentally, an interviewer
once asked Miss Lillia what she
wanted for CVistmas. She re re-sponded:
sponded: re-sponded: "A new set of cast cast-iron
iron cast-iron pipes for thoso truckmen
to play with under my bedroom
window sach morning at seven.
a new hell for my telephone,
preferably one which sounds liks
a violin and will announce only
my friands. A new word to sup supplant
plant supplant 'pul-leasB.' And, oh yaa
and old emerald necklace.''
The holiday offers a constant re reminder:
minder: reminder: We help ourselves by aid aiding
ing aiding others. Clearly, you can mea measure
sure measure the value of such a gift by
the size of your heart. Among folks
gifted with this priceless concept
is Chicago's Joe Swedie, who was
saluted in a national mag some
time ago. Joe is a factory worker
who devotes his lime ana money
to helnlne poor and sick children.
Tn nnce told a croup: "Tomor
row, the Memorial Day weekend-
starts. Most of you will be going
auav sum e where to the lakes, or
the north woods or maybe just
out to play golf. Me, I'm spending
the week-end showing movies to
kids in hospitals. Kids wno are
innpsnmp and need a int. Ana you
know. I don't envy you a bit, be
cause I'm going to be enjoying my
self a lot more than you win. u
n Hnn't helieve me. trv it your-
self somet lme. mere s no experi
ence half so rewarding as me iove
and gratitude of a child especial-
iy a cnua in uuumc.
Santa is no mere' whimsical ap
naritinr Mr. Krinele has roots in
reality. We live by our imagination
aa w as our intellect, dmuuiui
vifl1nn have been transformed in-
tn rUesir music and art. Many
thinos hovnnd the oerieption of
pvpi are visible to the spirit. In
addition, the Jolly One is not the
sole property of kids. He appeals
to the child In all of us ... Maurice
Znlotnw. the mae writer, once in
terviewed a famed actress, who
insisted she believed in Santa. "I
?'ways," she declared, "hang up
As Christopher Morley wrote:
"Just for a few hours on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve and Christmas Day the
elupid, harsh mechanism of the
-world runs down and we permit
Roman Catholics attended serv
irps at. Moscow's only Rr i
I Catholic church. St. Louis de 1 a,
'founded by French residents of the
city more than 200 years ago.
Protestant services were held at
the British Embassy.
Joe Adams will be quietly
dropped from the Civil Aeronau Aeronautics
tics Aeronautics Board when his term ex-
pires Dec. 31.
He made the mistake of anta antagonizing
gonizing antagonizing the big airlines by
fighting for lower fares, reduced
subsidies, and aircoach service.
He was endorsed by CAB chair
man James Dtirfee, approved by
GOP chairman Len Hall, record
mended by a bipartisan group of
Senators, ike's chief lobbyist.
Wilton, persons, even made a
special trip to Augusta last week
to urge the President to reap reappoint
point reappoint Adams.
But the bis; airlines, working
through assistant p r e s i dent
Sherman Adams and Secretary
of commerce Sinclair Weeks,
and with you all
- the blessings
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as you have made
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MOWfJ TV A2)o
by Erskini Johnson
um t v-umnn ncai Hoi
tvwood's Hifths and Lows of
toss- Best new faces: Tony per
kins and Carroll ("Baby Doll")
Bakfer.... Worst taste: Vam
tim nnetime ctrl friend of Jim
Biy Dean, attending a Hollywood
tostume party with a young ac actor
tor actor swathed in bandages as the
resurrected" Dean Worst
niovie flop: Llberace's "Sincerely
ours." ... Bieeest splash: Dia
na Dors into A Hollywood swim
Best love birds: Lit Taylor
9d Mike Todd. . .Hottest mov mov-I
I mov-I imh' "That" kiss between
Carroll Baker and EH Wallach in
"Baby Doll." Best new night
club act: Jerry Lewiswithout
Dean Martin Best exit: Dore
Seharv from MGM with a $200,
MO settlement and $100,000 1
r for the next 10 years...
Most reoulsive celluloid: Some
n Rlvfa Presley's f ootare in
"Love Me Tender."
Worst names for new players
BM-etch Lively and Donna Mee
r,i rf etu' Tiivri Mans
field's 40-lnch bust on hersije
II form-iitung gowns in n
Girl Can't Help It." She Just
can't help it.
BEST PARTY: The Screen
Publicists Guild's first annual
Hiest headline: "Wasp Stings
Uberace." (Everyone wanted to
p a critic in 1956).
Bfst. offstaire brawler: Elvis
Most depressed character A
fan magazine editor without a
new angle for a story on Jimmy
Written for NEA Sorvieo
A K 10
A A 7
West North East
Pass 7 NT. Pass
Opening lead V 10
grand slam was a very rea rea-fMttble
fMttble rea-fMttble contract in today's hand,
and should have been made.
fouUi cave himself a guess with without
out without really- needing to do so.
West opened the ten of hearts,
nri rin mm v won with the queen.
Without thinking ahead, declarer
took the ace of spades ana con continued
tinued continued with the king and queen.
Tit spades did not break, and
South had to choose a discard on
tho third round of that suit. After
much thought, South discarded a
clue, since he seemed to have a
better chance for four tricks in
liamonds than in clubs.
The rest of the story is simply
void. The diamonds failed to
break and South wound up with
Wily 12 tricks.
There was no need for South to
mffer this misfortune. The cm cm-ract
ract cm-ract play is to save the spades
for last and to try out the dia diamonds
monds diamonds and clubs very early.
If South first tries the dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, he discovers that the suit
doesn't break. He next tries the
clubs, and can claim 13 tricks
Mtfhen the suit breaks favorably.
Kten If both suits fail to break.
South can still fall back on the
spades, having lost nothing by his
preliminary plays. I
Best billboard: That mid-air
kiss between Burt Lancaster and
Qina Lollobrigida for "Trapeze."
... BEST offer: A Los Angeles
theater marquee reading: "Child
Free With a Cereal Box."
Aloof girl of the year: Marilyn
Forgotten girl of the year:
Most talked about girl of the
year: Grace Kelly.
Unhappiest girls of the year:
The Gabor sisters for overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Monaco.
WORST PUBLICITY: All that
space grabbed by Hollywood pals
of the late Jimmy Dean..,.
Heartbreak of the vear- ene
Tierney's continued illness....
Most unexpected divorce: Jack
Lemmon from his Cynthia....
Longest pout of the year: Jackie
Gleason's over the Jackie Glea Glea-son
son Glea-son biography. "The Golden
Ham." Confession nt the
year: Kim Novak about a scar
on her leg: "1 got it chasing boys
wen i was, a usue guv
MVsterv of the vear- .Tnanne
Dru's black eye which preceded
her separation from John Ire
Puzzle f the year: Mrs. John
B. Kelly's newspaper serves, "My
uaugnier, urace Kelly."
Best flip: May Wvnn telllne
Hollywood reporters two weeks
before her marriage to TV actor
Jack Kelly, "I'm a career girl. I
have no plans for marriage.''...
Best soap opera: The separations
and reconciliations of Jeff Don Don-nell
nell Don-nell and Aldo Ray which result
ed in a legal something Aldo
now cans a "trial divorce."
BEST WARDRffitE cac- na
ry CooDer trvini? on a size-tno-
small top hat for a movie scene.
as ne iriea to squeeze it down
lower on his head, he muttered:
"A mite snuor in the xaririle
Best make-un- .Tlmrnu Pncrnev
as the Hunchback of Notre Dame
in the T.on Phanev flimhWrn-
phy, "The Man of a Thousand
races. ... Best Switch: Kathy
Grant's blooming as a glamor
babe after the bust-up of her
omance with Bing Crosby.
Oddest hiring: Signing of a
graduate of the Russian Impe Imperial
rial Imperial Ballet to sunervise the
dances in the movie "Shake
Rattle and Roll." . Best adver
tisement: A gag writer In a mov movie
ie movie trade naoer askincr for n fnh
Beneath his name appeared this:
"currently celebrating 1,000
consecutive unpaid bills. The bill
for this ad makes 1,001."
Biggest eyeopener: Wally cox
becoming a superman in TV's
The Adventures of Hiram Hol-
Today, Thursday, Dee. 27
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phorar
5:35 What's Your Fa voritt
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
6:15 BLUE RD3BON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From UJ.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan
10:45 Temple O Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
Burns In Its Dock
BUENOS AIRES Dec. 27 (UPV-
Fire broke out yesterday sbojrd
the Argentine cruiser "25 de May"
at its berth in Avellaneda.
Eight fire companies, totaling
more than' 150 firemen, were call
ed out to battle the blaze aboard
the 27-year-old warship.
The Argentine Navy recently
published requests for bids on the
7,000-ton vessel for use as scrap
although it is still in operational
The Bad 'n
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 27 (UP)-
It was easy to distinguish be between
tween between the well-behaved and the
misbehaved prisoners Tuesday at
the country jail.
The model prisoners were
served turkey for Christmas din dinner.
ner. dinner. All others dined on chicken.
Tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 28
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A t
(Cutex and Odoronot
10:05 Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by
pnone uu 8:30)
11:05 Spins And Needlti
ll:30-Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneerj
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Bry
3:13 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phone
8 :35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
B: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30-iVOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phons
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazs Till Midnight
Mass In Budapest
BUDAPEST, Dec. 27 (UP)-Jos-zef
Cardinal Mindszenty celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated midnight mass at the American
legation before 12 persons Mondav
night. His 85-year old mother.
Mrs. Barbara Pehm, was present
for the 25-minute service.
Long, Wet Xmds
MONTREAL, Dec. 27 (UP)
Former French swimming cham champion
pion champion Louis Lourmais planned to
spend a wet Christmas today.
Lourmais picked this day to
swim 30 miles in the St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence River in long uaderwear.
DEEPEST SOUTH This is one of the first pictures released
by the 'Navy of the landing of seven members of an expedition
at the South Pole on Oct 31 from an R4D Sky train transport.
Shown after planting the U.S. flag are Capt. W. M. Hawkes,
left, and Rear Adm. George J. Duffek, expedition leader. The
party was the first to set foot on the Pole since Britain's Capt.
Robert F. Scott and his party in January, 1912.
Woman, Baby Rescued From Icy
Waters Following Suicide Try
NASHVILLE, Dec. 28 (UP) -Christmas
- sharpened grief, so
cruel that death, in icy water
meant welcome relief from de despair,
spair, despair, faded like a bad dream to today
day today for a mother in Nashville
Mrs. Marguerite Hunt, 29, res
cued with her three and one-half
month-old daughter, Judy, from
the Cumberland River after a 90 90-foot
foot 90-foot leap from a bridge, was still
on the critical list but she still
had her baby.
"Since she found out that Judy
is all right this is the best Christ Christmas
mas Christmas in the world for her," her
husband, Milton Hunt, 30, office
worker for a trucking line, said
"This is the happiest Christmas
the good lord ever provided for us
because we are still together," he
said. "And I still have my two
girls. There's not enough money
in the whole world to buy a better
ennstmas for me."
Wife Was Worried
Hunt said his wife had become
anxious, wiuiout real cause, over
the health of their first child af
ter 10 years 0! marriage and told
ponce sne had previously threat
ened to kill herself.
Doctors said Mrs. Hunt betfan
recovering from her depression
ana snocK irom her frightening
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10 Americans Held
In Red China Jail
Hay Soon be Freed
HONG KONG. Dec 27 fTTP
IHL ------ V
ine puzzlement over statements
aoout the release of "American
airmen was cleared ud hv the
Communist Wen Wei Pao todav.
Th Hong Kong newspaper
quoted the official Red news a a-gency
gency a-gency dispatch from Karachi as
saying Chou told a press confer conference
ence conference there mat the "ten Ameri American
can American prisoners" could be rebat rebated
ed rebated before their sentencei .mr.
Chou was quoted as savini? "th
number of Americans who violat violated
ed violated Chinese laws was originaHy 48
uiciuaing is airmen). The Chi
nese authorities have freed 34 of
them. Wow the figure stands at
Choo said "if these ten Ameri
cans behave properly they could
De released before their sentences
expire," according to the newspa newspaper.
per. newspaper. In his statement Chou was re
ferring to the ten American still
In Chinese Communist jail six
missionaries, two businessmen and
two Army civilians. The break breakdown
down breakdown was as follows:
Missionaries Fathers Fulge Fulge-ance
ance Fulge-ance Gross, John P. Wagner, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph P. McCormick, John Houle,
Charles J. McCarthy and the rev reverend
erend reverend Paul MacKenyen. Business Businessmen
men Businessmen Hugg Redmond and Rob Robert
ert Robert McCann. Army civilians
John R. Downey ana Richard C.
RIVERSIDE, Calif., Dec. 27 -(UP)
Police chief Robert
Morton wa8 fined $500 today for
displaying a red light on his car
without a state permit.
plunge and exposure in 30-degree
weather but was not yet consid considered
ered considered out of danger. The baby was
The hero of the near tragedy
was John Knox, 25, who swam
into the river and brought the
baby to safety and then helped
the woman cling to pilings for IS
minutes until a river launch pick
ed them up.
Knox, draughtsman son of car cartoonist
toonist cartoonist Jack Knox of the Nash Nashville
ville Nashville Banner, dashed to the river
from' an office of the Nashville
Bridge Co. when he saw the
mouier ana nany in the river
some time after the leap.
He said he saw the woman
clinging to some pilings in the
river and saw a bundled- up blan blanket
ket blanket floating downstream. He swam
after the blanket.
"I knew if that was a baby out
there I was going to try to gel
it," Knox said. "I kept thinking
about my own little girl all.he
time r was trying to reach the
baby out there in the river.
"I was praying tp get there on
time. I figure the baby had been
out there in the water about five
minutes and I don't know what
kept it up
Knox swam to the bank, hanaed
the baby to other rescuers, and
then swam to the weeping mother
nd helped her cling to the pilings
until the launch arrived.
Photographer Vic Cooley, who
witnessed the entire rescue from
the bridge and made a dramatic
series of exclusive pictures tor
United Press, said Knox after afterward
ward afterward "acted like he hadn't done
anything at all."
"Man, he was really exhausted
when he got out of the water,"
Cooley said. "He didn't have
much to say about it. The woman
was exhausted. She didn't say any
thing at all. The baby didn't even
Hunt earnestly praised Knox's
heroism. On asking "Are they
alive?" and being told his
and "child were safe, Hunt
Hubby To Be Tried
For Drunk Driving
HOLLYWOOD, Dec, 27 (UP) -Actor
Anthony Steele, 38, husband
of actress Anita Ekberg, wilf go on
trial Jan. 11 on charges of drunk
Steele Monday entered a plea
of innocent to the charges in a
nearby West Los Angeles Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Court. He was arrested Dec.
15 aftr officers said he failed to
heed a boulevard scop light.
Potri Page To Wed
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 27 (UP) -Singer
Patti Page said today that
she and dance director Charles O'-
Curran will be married tomorrow
at Las Vegas, Nev.
Miss Page said the ceremony
will take, place in the home of
Wilbur Clark, owner of a Laa
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MISS KATHERINE JEAN CROSS whose engagement is an announced
nounced announced to Dr. William Carson Jr. Miss Cross is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Cross of Balboa, and Dr Carson is
the ion of Mr. and Mrs William J. Carson also of Balboa.
nant in the Air Force and is station
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Cross
of Balboa announce the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter Katherine
Jean to Dr. William James Car Carson
son Carson Jr., on of Mr. and Mrs. Wil Willis
lis Willis m J. Carson of Balboa.
Miss Cross is a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School and is now a seni senior
or senior at the University of Maryland
where she is a member of Kappa
Vannii Gamma Fraternity.
Dr. Carson, also a graduate of
Balboa High School, received his
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
degree at Oklahoma A A M Col College.
lege. College. While there he was asso
ciated with Pi Kappa Alpha Fra Fraternity,
ternity, Fraternity, Alpha Psi Veterinary Fra
ternity, American Veterinary Me Medical
dical Medical Association, Blue Key Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity and Alpha Pi Mu Fraterni Fraternity.
ty. Fraternity. He is presently a First Lleute-
ed at LaughQn
No date has
Air Force Base,
been set for the
Miss Esneranza Lopez, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Manuel Lopez of
Balboa, became the bride of Mr.
William L. Holford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Holford of Fennsyivama
at the Sacred Heart Chapel in An
con. Dec. 14.
Mrs. Agnes Howard was matron
of honor, and Ron hohick acted
as best man.
Following the wedding, a recep
tion was held at the Los Rios home
of the bride's aunt Mrs. Mercedes
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
BUSINESSMEN CAN PROFIT
BY TAKING WIVES ON TRIPS
"Mrs. Douolas McKay, wife of
the former secretary of interior
jnow running for U.S. senator m
Oregon, auvises caninaai.es wives
to accompany their husbands on
all campaigning," Washington col columnist
umnist columnist Peter Edson said in a re-
According to Edson one of the
reasons Mrs. McKay gave was
that a man can often get away
from a meeting faster it he has
the excuse that his wife is waiting
A wife often comes in just as
handy on business trips as on
What husband who is used to
taking hit wife along on business
trips and to conventions -doesn't
find her an asset?
She's there to remind him that
two o'clock isn't really the shank
of the evening and that he's got a
speech to make in the morning or
an important appointment to keep
and that it is important that ne
wake up brigh-eyed instead of
She can sometimes keep him
from recklessly eating foods that
don't agree with him or from
drinking more than he should.
An Able Social Assistant
If she has a good memory for
names he may depend on her to
tell him that the couple heading
toward them with bright smiles
are the Joneses from Topeka
whom they met at last year's con convention.
vention. convention. Wives seem to have good
mental filing systems that are
handy for a man to depend upon.
A wife can also be used as an
excuse if a husband doesn't want
to be dragged into evening plans.
A man alone has a hard time turn
ing down an invitation. A man
accompanied by his wife can al
ways say, i in afraid Alice has
made other plans.
Wives also are pretty handv
when a man is trying to size up
another man. "I don't know why
but I don't quite trust him.'
spoken by a wife who has intuitive
insight, has caused many a man
to dig a little deeper into another
mans background and character.
NATIVITY PLAT AT GULICK NURSERY SCHOOL Nursery School pupils enact the Nativity scene for their Christmas program at Ft. Gulick. Shown hert
are Dianne Cortez (Mary), Jake Spiller (Joseph), Craig Baumann, Gary Rodriguez and George Dube (widemen), Kathryn Whitney, Anna Marie Mlntken Mlntken-baugh,
baugh, Mlntken-baugh, Karen Barnet (angels) and carolers are (left to right back row) Joey Obrholtzer, Michael Williamson, Harol Small, Scott Lamgdorf, Cinda Halme Halme-richs
richs Halme-richs and Lance Ruth. (Front row left to right) Tony Spiller, Lisa Converse, Caleb Clement, Gene Edstrom and Dalena Fravel.
All-Out Battle For Power Believed
Underway Among Soviet Hierarchy
In the sauce i
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WASHTNRTON. Dec. 27 (UP)
Soviet leaders seem to have avoid avoided
ed avoided any important shakeup in their
high command wmcn migm De in
terpreted as a sign of Kremlin
weakness, Russian experts saiu 10-
So far as Washington knows, no
changes were made in tne lop-iev-el
Presidium of the Central Com Committer
mitter Committer at its just-ended meeting
There had been advance reports
that Marshal Georgi K. Zhukov,
unriH War IT Snvie! hero and a
friend of President Eisenhower's,
might be promoted from alternate
to fuVI Presidium status. The Pre
sidium has 11 full members, and
five alternate members.
Even Maxim Z. Saburov, who
was ousted as chairman of the
state commission for current plan
ning apparently stays on as a iun
Presidium member. Saburov was
ranlanAH as nbuinintf chief bv 3
fellow Presidium member, Mik
hail G. Pervukhin.
exports aren't convinced that
the Soviet loaders have given
true picture of what thoy real really
ly really talked about in Moscow. All
the public emphaais was on tho
shakeup in the economic plan planning
ning planning staff.
Mwf nfw mav Teak out later
on any high government personnel
phanoM and the role international
affairs, particularly the crisis in
the satellites, played in the top top-level
level top-level Soviet meeting. One official
observer said he found it difficult
to believe that the top Reds had
not talked "about Hungary.
Russia's troubles in Hungary,
Pniomi am) Yiiffnslavia. counted
with some unrest at home, have
riven rise to widespread reports
of Kremlin friction. It has been
suggested that an all-out battle for
top Soviet power is being fought.
When a girl wants to invite ft
boy to a club dance she should
not begin by saying, "Are you
going to be busy next Saturday
night?" That might put him in
a spot where he would have to
accept whether he wanted to or
The courteous thing is to ex explain
plain explain about the danee and ttien
ask him if he would like to go.
While the Kremlin's leaders are
on the spot with satellite troubles,
American officials believe the committee-type
system of control will
continue in the Soviet Union for
the foreseeable future. They be
lieve this system is assured in or order
der order to avoid giving the west any
evidence of internal Soviet fric friction.
As for the shakeup in economic
planning, experts believe the Rus Russians
sians Russians are continuing to recognize
'old complaints that continue to
plague the Soviet economy. These
are inefficiency, bureaucracy, too
many projects which never are
completed, and goals that are set
STOCKHOLM, Dee. 27 (UP)
The Soviets have disbanded the
Estonian army to prevent a pos
sible Hungarian type uprising in
the Baltic satellite, former Estoni
an President August Rei said to
Rei reported that all officers of
the army were sent elsewhere in
the Soviet empire and Estonian
troops replaced with Russian soldiers.
Regains N. Sumatra
BE IMAGINATIVE WHEN
SERVING FRUITS AND VEGE VEGETABLES
TABLES VEGETABLES By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Winter fruits ah vegetables now PA5ARTA.' D,ec- 27 (UP) -in
the market, taste doubly good pjf"rta radio claimed today that
when seasoned with imagination.' I.ndo,e)slan government forces un un-Let's
Let's un-Let's look at a few suggestions der Lieutenant-Colonel D j a m i n
Boiled Beets with Vinaigrette "" iLi?. J,
c,.. Poow hn.ioH ht hi-oh northern Sumatra after ousting re-
j -T ."."-j uuK. ..y?. bel Colonel Maludin Simbolon
or suceu na umeu ugiiuy Wsu The government-controlled radio
v...b.6" said GentingS formerly chief of
a iT,. d ,. staff in Simbolon's first territorial
Sweet Potato Stuffing for Poric division) reported in a broadcast
Chops: Pork chops filld wit l from Medan, capital of north Su Su-stuff
stuff Su-stuff ing made from mashed matra, that he had recaptured the
cooked sweet potatoes, toasfcel territory from Simbolon "in the
bread cubes, poultry seasoning, interests of my country."
celery, and butter or margarine. Tho radio gave no details of
Hubbard or Butternut Squash how tho coup was carried out
Apple and Sausage Casserole ;A J and loft Indonesian speculating
ternating layers of sliced squash, whether an attempt by Simbolon
Rei was president of Estonia he he-fore
fore he-fore World War II. Currently he
is president of the Estonian Ref
ugees National couscu in mock
New Round Of Steel
By US Industry
WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 (UP)
The government's, refusal to grant
further tax benefits for expansion
of steel production adds to the ex expectation
pectation expectation of another round of steel
price increases, an industry source
He said italso may result in
postponement or cancellation of
part of a $2.3 billion expansion pro program
gram program planned by the industry.
The industry hid asked for the
tax incentives' to help finance in increased
creased increased production of' various
types of scarce steel particularly
steel for highway and school con construction,
struction, construction, oil tanker construction
and petroleum equipment, and
The government yesterday refus refused
ed refused to grant the tax incentives. It
also decided against allocating
steel for construction of oil tank tankers
ers tankers the shortage of which has
been emphasized by the cut-off of
Mideast oil flowing through the
Suez Canal and Mediterranean
At Pittsburgh, a spokesman for
U. S. Steel Corp., the nation's No.
1 producer, said the decision was
"disappointing and will cause de delays
lays delays in the completion of some
projects and deferment of oth others."
ers." others." Adm. Ben Morrell, board chair chairman
man chairman of Jones & Laughlin Steel
Corp., said the form will "reap "reappraise"
praise" "reappraise" its plans to construct an
integrated steel mill at Houston,
apples and partly cooked sai sai-sage.
sage. sai-sage. Bake until done. Garnisli
wnh apple rings.
to regain control of tho territory
may lead to civil war.
Others doubted the truth of the
broadcast. They said Gentinss
Mashed Squash, Carrot and Ap- supported Simbolon's revolt from
pie Casserole: Mash squash, car-ine siari ana S1A ""J" a
rots and apples together. Season command ot. tne eiepnani regi
with brown sugar; salt, black pep- ment under Simbolon.
per, ginger and nutmeg and but- But when Simbolon declared last
ter or margarine and bake. i Saturday that his first military dis dis-Cranberry
Cranberry dis-Cranberry and Annie !hArJtrict no longer recognized the au-
Pears Baked in Cranberry ReJJ TnFe g0vernent radio said today
ish: Pears, cored and filled wit!ithat Gentings announced that re re-cranberry
cranberry re-cranberry relish and baked wit.i iations between Djakarta and
lemon sugar syrup. I North Sumatra had been restored.
1.1. I The revolt against tho govern-
MONDAY'S DINNER: Spaghet'i ment of Premier AH Sastroamid Sastroamid-with
with Sastroamid-with meat sauce, grated cheese .nr..H t auth Sumatra and
ment of south Sumatra announced
it was blocking all revenues from
flowing into .lak?rta.
The action meant the great is island
land island of Sumatra which supplies
most pi Indonesia's foreign ex exchange
change exchange through the sale of oil, rub rubber
ber rubber and tin was now completely
isolated from Jakarta rule.
'Newspapers quoted an army of officer
ficer officer as saying the situation in the.
north Celebes is becoming critical
a news of the Sumatra revolt
.;preids. He said discontent a
fcvinst the government was grow grow-ing
ing grow-ing and the army was "conspi "conspicuously
cuously "conspicuously active" in both the Celebes
and Kalimantan (Borneo).
The cabinet, in an, attempt 'o
stave off collapse, announced to today
day today that Foreign Minister Huslan
Abdulgani would be made "non "non-active"
active" "non-active" if brought to trial on cor corruption
ruption corruption charges. He has been un under
der under investigation for alleged 'in 'involvement
volvement 'involvement in the smuggling of for foreign
eign foreign currency."
.But political sources said the an announcement
nouncement announcement was only "weak at.
tempt to save the cabinet" by re re-ducing
ducing re-ducing the discontent over charg charges
es charges that the Sastroaihidjojo govern government
ment government was riddled with corruption.
thero were reports of unrest in
tho north Celebes and Borneo.
Government officials called the
south Sumatra action an "indi "indirect
rect "indirect eoyp." 1
Most political sources in .Jakar
ta eave the Sastroamidiojo gov-
ermnent at least only a few days
of survival. It was believed former
Vice President Mohamed Hai Hai-ta,
ta, Hai-ta, revered throughout the nation,
probably was the only man who
could form a new government.
Central and north Sumatra al already
ready already have broken with the Jakar Jakarta
ta Jakarta government. Today the govern-
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uu vuirgni uiessillg, cui-up or
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SARASOTA, Pla.. Dec. 27 fUPi
Warm-hearted citizens were
$1,738 Christmas Eve to a blind
news dealer who likes to help
nauuu itppea cnuaren.
John P. Clark was given a
check for the money at his news
stand in the Post Office here.
Five Sarasota executives start started
ed started the campaign to get enough
money for Clark to pay off a
$1,725 mortgage on his home.
They opened three separate
bank accounts and asked citi citizens
zens citizens to make' contributions;
Some $800 was collected at
the .banks and more money
pourCd in Monday night on a
cjnnstmas Eve radio program
wmcn told about Clark and his
work for the children.
rrne accounts will remain o-
pen at the banks this week and
the executives believe Clark will
eet enoueh monev bv New Year's
to pay off the mortgage entire- one Instrument and add an
ly. I electric guitar, which banaieac-
The sightless news dealer has er Boa said gives tne trio a
turned over his net receipts dur- "more mellow tone."
ing the first two Sundays of Saturday night's dance is
December since 1949 to Happi-scheduled to get underway 'at 8
ness House, a school and clinh o'clock. In addition to the dance,
under the country school sys- the management of the club
tern for physically handicapped plans to provide a number of
youngsters. His donations a-other features for the entertain entertain-mount
mount entertain-mount to around $100 each year J ment of their guests.
Clayton NCO Club
Dance To Feature
Boa Organ Trio
The Fort Clayton NCO Club
will again feature the Victor Boa
organ trio Saturday night for a
gala post-Christmas, pre-New
The Boa trio, -which made a
successful debut at the Clayton
Club early this month, will drop
O 0 0 0
CAMPBEll'S CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP
it o blond of deep-flavored chicken broth and
extro-heovy cream -. with tempting cuts of celery,
ever-so-tubtle seasoning, and juicy bites of chicken
to fonder they malt in your mouth I
JACKSONVILLE, Deo". 27 (UP)
A bottle of poison, wine, a shoot,
ing and a stahbing resulted in the
death of three persons in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on Christmas Day.
Police said 80-year-old John C
Sinclair died after drinking the
wine, and six of his drinking com companions
panions companions in a local hosptal were
being treated for poisoning.
Other violent- holiday death vie vie-tims
tims vie-tims here included Negro Willi
Lee George, 25, who was shot to
death, and Negro Ruth Thompson,
28, of nearby Mandarin, who was
Police were still looking for
George's killer today but Negro
Augustus King, 27, of Mandarfn,
was arrested in connection with the
stabbing outside a local bar and
Sinchair's drinking companions
said they acquired the bottle of
wine from a clerk in the hotel in
which they all stayed. The clerk
said the bottle had been left with
him some time ago by a deoart deoart-ling
ling deoart-ling guest and that he had forgot
ten about it until Christmas, at
which time he gave the bottle to
the stricken men. 1
The men all said the seat had
not been broken, but police said
the contents of the bottle smelled
like a "combination of turpentine,
kerosene, and gasoline.''
It was being examined and an analyzed
alyzed analyzed today by the State Board
of Health laboratories here.
So many kinds to onjoy..
to much enjoyment in each!
21 KINDS TO CHOOSE FROM
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 27, Sft
PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social and Otk
Mr. and Mrs. Scrams
Mr. aid Mrs. Charles
f N. A. D. Rodman are entertain entertain-ini
ini entertain-ini Mr. Serama's : family doctor,
Dr. Fink, who is here on a visit
The Seramas will five a dinner
in her honor tonight.
friends with a Christmas program
last week. Mrs. Thomas F. Gibson
directed the program assisted by
Sera ma Mrs. David Marshall. The pianist
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bevington
favt a party Sunday night at their
ome is Mean.
Joint honorees were the Beving Bevington
ton Bevington daughter Marilyn, their
houseguest Richard Gayer aad
Mrs. Bevlngtoa's sister and brother-in-law
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Irvin,
who rvisiting here.
Wanner Will Have
Open House Monday
Mr. and Mrs. waiter wagner wm
hold Open House Monday evening
in honor of their daughter Miss
Louise Wanner and their nouse nouse-auest
auest nouse-auest Edwin Prien.
Miss Wagner, a freshman at Nat Nation
ion Nation College in Springvale, Maine,
arrived Dec. IS to spend the holi holidays
days holidays with her family. Mr. Prien,
from Boston, a sophomore at Har Harvard,
vard, Harvard, arrived on Christmas Eve.
The young people will return to
the States Jan. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. A. t. Nard
intertain For VIsMera
Mr. and Mrs,. Anthony R. Nard
held Open House at their home in
Los Rios, Christmas Eve in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. George Byers,
who are visiting here from Charles
ten, W. Va.
Mr. ana Mrs. yers are vu;; vu;;-guests
guests vu;;-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Cooke of Balboa.
Ft. Ouliek N.C.O. Wives
The Ft. Gulick NCO Wives Club
head their monthly social Wed.
Dec. 19th with a luncheon at tne
Christmas gift were exchanged
boiweea the members.
Members who attended the lunch luncheon
eon luncheon were the Mesdames: Peggy
Duncan, Clara Hollenbaugh, Can Candy
dy Candy Gardner, Jessie Hess, Connie
Hosting, Gilberta Brown, Rita Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Nancy Johnson, Ruth Maen Maen-gen,
gen, Maen-gen, Ursula Spence, Francis Gil Gilbert,
bert, Gilbert, Connie Jones, Alice Stacho Stacho-..v
..v Stacho-..v Rttv Townsend. Irmgard
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was Mrs. Richard Eddy and. Pvt.
John Mitchell played the Vibra-harp.
fach netict fer iacUision in this
teluraa taeaM be tatiiHed in
rp-wt,Hn farm aad mailed te M
of the bos aumeert listed daHy m
"Seaiai aad Otherwiie," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by head to the eHic e Natkci
MeaHfeoa cannot he accaea4 hv
The Welcome Song was sung by'A.W.C. Committee
the group. This was followed by a Asllo de la Infanci
Nativity scene, In which the fol-1 The Inter-American Women's Club
lowing children participated: Di- Committee Asilo de la Infancia
anne cortez (Mary), Jake SpiUer win. meet tomorrow morning at 9
(Joseph), Craig Baumann, Caryl o'clock at the Hotel Tivoli.
Rodriguez, George Dube (wisemen)! aii memoers, ana inose raieresc-
and Karen Barnett, Anna Marie
Mintkenbaugh and Kathryn Whit Whitney
ney Whitney ( angels ). Lance Ruth, Cinda
Helmerichs, Harold Small, Joey
Oberholtzer, Tony Spiller, Scott
Langdorf, Lisa Converse, Dalene
r ravel. Gene Kdstrom, Caleb Cle
ment, Michael Williamson were
A poem was recited by Harold
Small, Lance Ruth, Scott Langdorf,
Joey' Oberholtzer, Dalene Fravel,
Cinda Eimrichs, Tony Spiller and
Christmas fairies were Dolores
Herrera, Terry Johnson and Tita
The nursery group sang another
song", followed by a poem given by
Caleb Clement, Gene Edstrom and
Finally to the strains of "Jingle
Bells" Santa made his appearance
with gifts for ail the children.
VFW Auxiliary Give Christmas
Party For Patients
The VFW Auxiliary, under the
leadership of Mrs. Vera Bolek,
hospital chairman, gave their spe
cial Christmas party tor tne pa patients
tients patients at Gorgas Hospital in the
Red Cross Recreation room uec
19. Punch and cigarettes were
On this spcial gala ocassion,
the services of Lt. Ramiro Silvera
D pianist of the Panama Nation National
al National Guard, were secured. Christmas
carols and Latin rhythms added to
the caie.tv of the evening.
The VFW Auxiliary committee
consisted of Mrs. Warford, Mrs.
Sebastian,, Mrs'. Hooper and Mrs.
Wltzig. Members of the VFW com com-mitee
mitee com-mitee who assisted the ladies were
Mr. J. Warford, Mr. S. Boi'ek and
Warrant Officer Hooper. Mr. and
Mrs. Hooper had just returnea
ed in aiding this Committee are
asked to attend.
Knights of Columbus Will Meet
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Archbishop Maiztegui Gener General
al General Assembly Fourth Degree, will
be held in the home of Cristobal
Council No. 1689 Margarita tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 7:45 p.m.
The dinner preceding the meet
ing will be at Cristobal Yacht Club
at :13 P-m.
At this meeting final arrange
ments will be discussed in regards
to His Exellency's Bishop Jesut
Serrano visitation to the Canal
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siroup, rima Fr.t.m.ty
m Lucille Marrero was the Held Christmas Dinner
Mrs. Lucme Marram ohrislmas social event for
CZ Gem and Mineral Society
The December meeting of the
Canal Zone Gem and Mineral So
ciety will be held tomorrow 7:30
p.m., at the club's new home near
Pier 20, Balboa.
Mr. Dan Sander is expected to
be present at the meeting to give
a description of his recent gem
buying trip to Europe.
Anyone interested in the acti
vities of this society are invited
to attend these meetings as visit
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MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM L. HOLFORD Shown at the re reception,
ception, reception, which was held at the Los Rloe home of the bride's
aunt Mrs. Mercedes Howard following their wedding Dec. 14.
Mrs. Holford is the former Miss Esperanza Lopez, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lopez of Balboa. Mr. Holford is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Holford of Pennsylvania.
Salty Tales Of Mutineers, Wrecks
Found In Old Nantucket Ship Logs
French Upper House
Christmas Prenram At
Ft. Ouliek Nursery School
the local coaege was tne tradition traditional
al traditional Cnrlstmas JJiimer of Delia Psl
omega, national drama fraternity,
2'2MUiM mm n i "Y
Queen is Personal
In Christmas Cast
To Nelherland Folk
PARIS, Dec. 27 (UP) The
French Upper House, the Council
of the Republic, voted its over
welming approval to the Franco Franco-German
German Franco-German Saar agreement early today.
NANTUCKET. Mass. -(UP)-
Children in this cne-time whaling
port don't read fairy tales. They
read ship logs and learn all about
The famous Globe mutiny is one
of the blacker pages. It was led
by Samuel Comstock, tough young
harpooner who rebelled at the
: arsh discipline of the 19th cen century
tury century whaler.
Comstock used an axe to mur
der the captain and then smashed
the first mate's skull. The third
mate was shot through the throat
and while still alive was pitched
The mate managed to grab a
rail post and held on begging for
mercy. Comstock, his blood up
with the killings, stamped on the
mate's hands until he fell scream screaming
ing screaming into the water.
Months later Comstock met the
same end when his fellow-consplr-
The vote, 209-66 followed three
days of debate. Its top-heavy rai-
. a : j n t tt
mr 1 1 v I, it ini e pi suina ui I'
Miss Shirley Meyer, cast direc-, neivy criticism levelled at the bill
tor. tor iaoo-j, wa in cnaiKe, during tfie debate
i nwri were law tor is, wiui uu
Menander, stage manager for the
With the council of the Republic
lent now aoes to
toilet for his final
niaivffaruiur Knlland Dec. V Turbvfill. honorary member,
flip) Oueen! Juliana surprise 1 Miss Dorothy-Moody, faculty mem-
Jt iWl I J AU- mam .i 1.1 ait AH ice.
urrent cullCBe year, an
'i 'inrhvill. faculty sponsor, pr.i,r'T
appearing with 'Miss Meyer on the i appr0Val.
Heaviest criticism durina the de
Special guests were Mrs. Subert,Date Went to the cost structure of
Deputy To Soviet,
Unt iarlirfi and the peo- iiar others attending were Miss
w:hrlands Tuesda .s juUetla Arosemena, J'eanette
t" in her annual r.n. Gail Howard. Mary Libert,
lWvi""-, --- --- -- T. nMArt
Christmas message to repons wy raumj,
troubWin the roayl family. i Young men, in addition to Mr
She appealed for th right to Mellander and Mr. TurbyfiB, wen
OlIC VP,"?""" . T 1U rUl. Mnrric anil .If) WOOU.
the proposed Moselle caaal and the
new status of the Warndt mines.
v, mvje and referred 10 me
furor raised several months ago
over reports that her friendship
ivith faith healer Greet HofmaniS
led to a rift between her and her
husband, Prince Bernhard.
Seme reports said tha royal oou oou-Me
Me oou-Me was considering divorce.
"Why de some people try to
drive wedge between a husband
and wife?" tht (rueen asked in her
annual Christmas message to tne
nation. "There is no greater pain
than to see how evil and injustice
centinue their course as we have
seen in many ways during the
Some Western newspapers ac
cused Miss Hofmans of attempt attempting
ing attempting to influence the queen.
Her reference to a crisis in the
(royal household came as a com complete
plete complete surprise to government lead leaders
ers leaders here. The queen issued no ad
fence eopy of her speech, which
observers believed she wrote her herself.
self. herself. lt was the first time the queen
las spoken directly to the people
oncerning the rift between her
elf and the prince, although the
royal couple issued a joint state statement
ment statement several weeks age denying
rumors of a contemplated divorce.
Soviet Cold Mines
Suffer Urge Loss
MOSVOW, Dec. 27 (UP) A
ex tmevac who stele mere
$160,000 worth of raw gold
soviet mines in central Asia
v been sentenced to orison
terms ranging up t, IS years, it
was disclosed today.
The Soviet newspaper Trad said
Oie 17-member band stole 265
Jwunds of gold from the Irkutsk
mines and smuggled it to Tash Tashkent
kent Tashkent where it was hidden by the
VBO of one of the thieves.
' The plot was discovered when a
gang member was caught remov
tig raw gold from the mine, the
l ewspaper said,
Charles Morris and Joe Wood.
Navy Wives Give Bingo
Per Oeraas Patients
The Navy Wives Club, 15th Nav Naval
al Naval District, gave their annual
Christmas bingo for the patients
hoxnital in the Bed
Cross Recreation room on Dec. 17.
Refreshments were served and a
ial bineo orize of shaving kit
r . 1 1 1 ...no rt I'on
and wrist watcn Danu
The hospital committee consisted
of Mrs. Norma Bowman, Mrs. Rtta
Martin and Mrs, Alita Keller, the
new hospital chairman.
Tola) Holiday Bad.
First, his Parents
Then Family is Hurt
wtmtam.sa.t.EM. N.C. Dec. 27
The Christmas season was a tale
of tragedy from start to fin sh for
Billy Jennings of Spring Hill, La.
Jennings was at his home in
Louisiana when he received word
th.t hi naranta had been injured
in a car wreck saturaay wnue i
route to visit their daughter In
Richmond, va. A
Jennings, his Slyear old wife
and their 13-month- old daughtoi,
GloriaV. Jean, immediately packed
and headed for wytneviue, va., w
be at the hospital bedside of hit
The heavy majority, substantial substantially
ly substantially heavier than the majority the
treaty eol in the National Assem
bly, was considered a good omen
were for the Euroneanixation projects
slated to come before he cnamber
in the early months of 1957.
LONDON, Dee. 27 (UP) Mos-
' iuiu, ijuuuuK a navaa re report
port report from Riga, said today the e e-iectorate
iectorate e-iectorate in one area of Latvia had
recalled its deputy to the Supreme
Soviet and elected another.
ators killed him on a Pacific
Another Nantucket whaler, The
Franklin, is .remembered by island
historians as the unluckiest ship
that ever sailed past Brant Point
Before the ship had been at sea
a week, three of the crew were
dead, two in falls from the rigging
ana a mirn irom' tuoerculosis.
Another man was carried over.
board during a squall and the first
mate died off Cape Horn after a
tamng spar crushed his insides.
The ship was headed for home
Three days later the captain was
aeau ot scurvy and m the next
few days the disease carried off
live more men.
Tragedy was not done' with the
Franklin. After riding out a wild
storm, the ship suddenly leaped in
agony as she struck treacherous
Diego Roderigueii Reef off the
coast of Chile. The crew was
saved but the ship was battered
to pieces on the reef.
Nantucketers are still reluctant
to talk about the Essex, a. whaling
mp mat was sunn oy a mad maddened
dened maddened whale in mid-Pacific in 1820.
Survivors took to the boats to
set out on one of the longest open open-boat
boat open-boat voyages in the history of
navigation. One of the boats was
lost, two others i-ere finally res rescued
cued rescued after SSilini hundreds nf
Executed At Rabat
RABAT, Morocco, Dep. 27 (UP)
Three Moslem terrorists con convicted
victed convicted of murdering four French
citizens earlier this month were
executed by a firing squad this
morning just outside Meknes, 75
miles east o fhere.
It was believed here the recall
of the delegate to the Soviet par parliament
liament parliament reflected new unrest in the
former RaVMe Rennhlie Thnr
have been reports of student dem-1 Bsked Pollard if
onstrations in Estonia. Latvia and grandfather, who
to be ordered by the Moroccan
military tribunal since Sultan Sl-
di Mohammed Ben Voussef was
reestored to the Moroccan throne
in November 1955.
Reports in Stockholm last night
said Russian authorities in Esto
nia had staved off the potential
risk of an army revolt there by
rubbing out every trace of an Es
tonian satellite army and sending
ail officers out of the country.
The report came from August
Rei, president of the Estonian Ref
ugees National Council in Stock Stockholm.
holm. Stockholm. He said the extinction of the
army was only one of many acts
nf Urrni in tho n.wr PAiMlhlie
Was the first! t),,t w linrhH intn th SnvIM
Jonesville, N. C, Christmas D'iy.
But as they passed through
Jennings ran a stop sign and col collided
lided collided with a car driven by Bobby
Adams, 18 of Jonesville. Jennings
was shaken up, and his wile had
severe lacerations and was tak
en to an Elkin. N. C. hospital
Little Gloria Jean was badly
hurt. She was given emergency
treatment in Elkin, then rushed
the opera .ing table of a Winston.
Salem Hr .nital.
It was m vain. The little girl
died Christmas night, at 7:35 p.m.
BYSftta2&' BuBY 1
During that time starving sur survivors
vivors survivors were forced to eat the men
who died. Ironically, they had
headed away from the Marquesas
Islands because of their fear of
One survivor. Georaa Pollard
Jr., was interviewed years later
by a Boston newspaper man, He
he knew his
Eyrie Elks Lodge
Re-Elects L. Raid
As Exalted Ruler
Eyrie Lodge No. 530 I.B.P.O.
i Elks of the World; held their
; nomination and election of offi officers
cers officers recently at the Rainbow Ci City
ty City Lodge Hall and elected the
! following members to guide the
affairs of the lodge for the Jan
uary to June term:
Leonard Reid, exalted ruler,
(re-elected); Lionel Thompson,
esteemnH leariino- lrnlirht- T Imrrf
T7J. 1 t 1 1 J 1
cuwuiua. caiecineu luyai luugm;
T.pwis Pptere actppmeH lfiptiirlnnr
knight; Rupert Sealey. esouire:
Sylvester Harrison, inner guard;
reiix Francis, tyier; Edgar j.
Walcott, secretary; Benjamin
Sangster, asst. secretary. Albert
Lambert treasurer; wilmot Wil Willis.
lis. Willis. Claude Mottley. Hubert
Green, trustees; Riley Hawkins,
chaplain and Leon Oittens, or organist.
ganist. organist. Grand district deputy Mike
Lazarus presided the election
and pleaded with the members
to take due cognizance of the
future and work hard for the
betterment of the members and
Anion? the visitors at the
lodge were exalted ruler Cosmo
Whltelock of Aurora lodge and
past exalted ruler Irving Morris.
At the close of the meeting; the
lodge retett deputy Lazarus on
his reappointment as grand dis district
trict district deputy for the Republic of
Panama and the Canal Zone.
ino Solomon Four
To Play Saturday
Al Tropical Club
The rock 'n' roll King Solomon
Quartet of New York, currently
playing nightly at the Club Rite
in Panama City, will be featured
Saturday night at the Tropical
Club in Colon.
The group also is appearing
niehtlv it the Cafe Esouire In
Colon to jam-oacked audiences.
Saturday night's performance at
the spacious Tropical club will
give all Atlantic side residents
a nopportunity to see and hear
the sensational combo.
Guitarist Rose Lehman, the
only female member of the
ouartet, has impressed local au audiences
diences audiences with her smooth, effort effortless
less effortless and rhythmic guitar play playing
ing playing and singing, while tenor sax sax-onhonist
onhonist sax-onhonist Barry Calameise liter literally
ally literally blows off the roof with his
Providing the beat for the
ouartet is Willie Jenkins, who
plays on borrowed drum as if
they were his own which the air airline
line airline forogt X. put (Iboard their
Leading The grom soft-soo-
ken "King" Solomon, who makes
the Hammond organ rock like a
The ouartet's Saturday niarht,
nerfontance will be supported
bv Gladstone Gordon and the
Metronome Esnuirr orchestra,
which will play for the dance be beginning
ginning beginning at 8 o'clock.
STYLE WITH ZIP Hit of a recent convention of Ertneh
master tailors in Paris was this dual-purpose suit. Concealed
slide fasteners in the back and shoulders of the jacket quickly
convert it from a close fit for business to a loose, casual coa
for leisure or hunting.
maw aariTi y r?
sailor aboard the Essex
"Know him," the salty Pollard
repuea. "Hen, son 1 et him
Rei also reported mass deoorta deoorta-thousands,
thousands, deoorta-thousands, with Russian or Slavic
and Mongolian extraction replac replacing
ing replacing them.
Baby Doll' Debuts
In Paris Thaeter
As 'Flesh Doll'
PARIS (UP) Tennessee Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' controversial movi "Rhv
Doll" makes its film debut here
today under the French title
roupee ae Char"-flesh doll.
There was no immediate indira
tion that Paris church authorities
planned to impose a ban on the
mm simuar to the one decreed
in New York by Francis Cardinal
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1I5
Jerry Davie Seeks Second Straight Win Tonight
IB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Smoker Righthander Goes
Ikgainst Beermen's Sheetz
By VICTOR GRAY
Jerry Davie, a winner in his only start this sea season,
son, season, will toe the mound for the league leading Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield Smokers when they reappear tonight
Igainst the Carta Vieja Yankees at the Panama
Mm mark the sixth
meeting between both clubs tne
Smokers being victorious in four
W five engagements.
Bonnie Sheetz is manager
Leon Keliman's choice to do the
hurling for the Beermen. Sheetz
has broken even in two deci decisions,
sions, decisions, having beaten Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja once, and his defeat wa5 -administered
him by tonights op-
Eddfe Napoleon, the present
lensation of the young season,
takes into tonight's game a
hitting streak of seven games.
The Chesterfield youngster h
at present hlttinr .333, wh-ch
can be considered very good.
Judging the high standard of
Pttehing now displayed in the
' LasTnight at the Stadium,
Cerveza Balboa scored four runs
in the lower half of the sixth in in-rSrrt
rSrrt in-rSrrt to defeat Carta Vieja and
thereby created a tie for second
The final score wa a w
took credit for the win, his sec second
ond second against no defeats, walked
four to bring the night's total
to twelve. Carta Vieja left 14
runners stranaea on me uoc-paths.
Phillips, 3b ...
Kropf, rt ....
Mayling, If ..
Killeen, p ? 0
HSvans Killeen, starter u
cor aftPr alvinir UD a 1US1 ui-
tag loner wu
sermen cenierneiuei, u
of tne season, semcu uvn
dueled with George Brunt, Beer Beer-man
man Beer-man portsider.
Brunet's control deserted him
completely in the fourth when
he allowed four passes to force
Jn the first Yankee run to tie
things up. Wiin ine dc nntu
Id IWO OUi, innus
home came to the rescue, and
1 the second pitch forced Dave
cobs to roll out to me muunu,
Siding runner uamugc
i Killeen, who lost nn
first game as against two vic victories,
tories, victories, was forced to leave thi
game in the sixth inning when
he sustained a badly twisted
aiuikle when he attempted to
Wield Keliman's squeeze bunt.
He received medical attention
from Dr. Timoteo Suescum,
who after a short examina-
r tion, reported there was no
evidence of a fracture.
nnrlnrr the! hiff Sixth Umpire
rcavle Moore nave Billy Shant.
nrotestlng too boisterously a
ii Sinn at. first base, where
jrne was deciarea saie wneu
Hef pitcher Eli Grba's inrow
pulled first baseman Tony uar uar-tirnrrm
tirnrrm uar-tirnrrm off the sack. An inning
ending double play was produc produced
ed produced when Clarence Moore lined to
Dave Jacobs to double Relnaldo
nfonoiH off second. Jacobs to
Brunet, in making his third
start was wild as a March hare.
the three ana two wiras
in ho worked he cave up
rnt waiKS ana muc
Ech. His successor Thome, who
In NY Pro Debut
But Team Loses
32 3 6 24 9
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Glenn, cf ...
Lopez, 2b ....
pinkston, ri .
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Grenald, If ? 0
Brunet, p g
Thome, p 2 u
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NEW YORK, Dec. 27 (UP) -A
capacity crowd of 18,036
jammed Madison Square Garden
Tuesday night to watch am kus kus-sell
sell kus-sell make his pro basketball debut
in New York and he put on a
sparkling show. But it didn't keep
the Philadelphia Warriors from de defeating
feating defeating Russell and the rest of the
Boston Celtics, 89-82.
The Celtics signed Russell, the
University of San Francisco All All-America
America All-America star, mainly because of
his defensive prowess and he gave
i brilliant demonstration of it
against Philadelphia. He held Neil
Johnston, the National Basketball
Association's leading scorer, with without
out without a point for nearly 40 minutes.
Russell, playing only his third
game since turning pro, tired aft after
er after that and Johnston got 14 points
in the last six minuses. Besides
guarding Johnston, Russell made
18 rebounds, individual high for
the game. But the Warriors, with
Paul Arizin getting 22 points, led
the Eastern Division pace-setters
at the end of every period.
Med Park's layup gave the St.
Louis Hawks a 107-105 overtime
victory over the New York Knick
er bockers in the second game of
the Garden twin-bill.
In the other games, the Roch
ester Royals rallied to defeat the
Syracuse Nationals, 98-83, after
the Minneapolis Lakers scored a
100-89 victory over the Fort Wayne
Pistons in the first game of a lou
ble-header at Rochester. Ed Flem
ing led the Rochester rally and
Clyde Lovellette scored 23 points
to pace Minne polis to its eay
Hoad -Rosewall Crush Seixas,
Giammalva In Cup Doubles
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
BROTHER ACT Gene Fullmer, who has worries of his own
in the form of a middleweight title bout with Ray Robinson,
Jan. 2. takes time out to give kid brother Jay, 21 -year-old
welterweight, a tip. The brothers are training together at
Grossinger, N.Y. Jay has had one pro bout.
. Boar nv Innings
Carta Vieja 000 100 110-3 6 3
Balboa iuu w w
SUMMARY Errors: Kropf,
n.ka BUT'S1 C'leilll. DW'"""".
Cerveza Barnoa .,v, "im
Two base hits: Kropf, Wilhelm,
; v." v.nmn HR: Glenn.
Doublepiays: mou, .tSLttft
Osorio, Jacobs. Wilhelm. Stolen
base: Patton Pinkston. Sacr :
flee hits: Thome. Hit batters
Killeen (Grenald) WMrftch:
Brunet, Thome. Balk: Thome.
Struck out by: Brunei
3, Grba 1, Tnorne
balls off: Brunet 8, Kileen 3,
Thome 4. Left on base: Cerveza
Balboa 7, Carta Vieja 14. Pitch
ers' record: Brunei i run,
In 3 2-3 innings; Killeen 6 runs.
4 hits in 5 1-3 Innings. WP.
Thome (2-0). LP: Killeen (2-1).
Umpires: Thornton, Moore, ROD ROD-erts.
erts. ROD-erts. Time of game: 2:57.
FLOSSMOOR, HI., (NBA) -fmm
much over a creek
r.pnrcp Dengler excavated a gon
k.u whiph nrofessiona, Bruce
Herd estimates to be of the vin
tage of 1905.
81 OT MACHINES
Open Nightly from
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XI (BLACK JACK)
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
a UKIVtRSAl WrEfiNATIONAl PICTURE
Prl. "Rock Around the Clock"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
FrL "Showdown at Abilene"
"Tribute To A Bad Man"
Fii. "Meet Me in Las Vegas"
MARGARITA 6:15 2 7:55
I FrL "Seven Men from Now"
EM Via T.N.T.
This Afternoon By F,K'
Petrified by the mushrooming
FORT WORTH. Tex.. Dec. 27 blast of fireworks launched by
(UP) Texas Christian's Hornel F.J.K. during the first game
Frogs resumed nractice todav fur in Curundu. the Private Bowling
their Cotton Bowl gam Jan. 1 Feud entries were unable to re re-with
with re-with Syracuse. cover from the early shock and
buckled under tne en ecu oi
Tr.lfl 1 vt taaiiail Kont va1(nTirtn
nauuacK jam swink, me South- fucu ui;i.uwu,
west ConferAiB-. i.Hin specialist Artnur Alien xunw
gainer, mav return tn ihP nrartir.J took possession of first place
field today. Swink has been hel.l when he won the third game
out of some of the contact work
because of sn ankle injury suf suffered
fered suffered during the regular stason.
Coach Abe Martin said last Frl
day when he sent the team home
for Christmas that they would
need more practice on defense.
The team didn't fare too well
against third and fourth stringers
running Syracuse plays last week
by four points
Dalley won the
second game but dropped to
fourth place in the standing be
hind Kunze, Gall N. Crump and
Ronald Joseph Amarel the
Hawaiian Specialist who bowled
the first game of his life five
weeks ago won the fourth and
final game of the evening.
Specialist William Ray Palm Palm-atory
atory Palm-atory Is another beginner In the
sport, but he was good enough
to top ten men in total scoring
and was second only to F.J.K.
ADELAIDE, Australia, Dec. 27
(UP) Mighty Aussies Lew Hoad
and Ken Rosewall started poorly
and then crushed America's age-
and-youth team of Vic Seixas and
Sam Giammalva, 1-6, 8-1, 7-5, 6-4
today to retain the Davis Cup,
symbol of world tennis supremacy.
The triumph in doubles while a
crowd of 18,000 applauded in hot,
sunny weather gave Australia and
unbeatable 3-0 lead in the best-of-five
series and made tomorrow's
final two singles matches mean meaningless.
ingless. meaningless. Immediately after the crush crushing
ing crushing defeat, U.S. team captain
Billy Talbtrt announced that he
probably will give up that post.
He said hit retirement would bo
for "business" reasons, but ad
mitted that America's future cup
hopes ore "not too rosy."
Talbert and his game Yanks
gave it ail they had in todays n n-nale,
nale, n-nale, but they simply weren't good
enough to handle blond Hoad and
dark-haired Rosewall. The 22-
year-old Giammalva of Houston,
Tex., playing in a Davis cup chal
lenge round for the first tune,
played his best game ever but tne
33-year-old Seixas of Philadelphia
was obviously off form.
Rosewall, too, was sub par but
after the first set, that didn't mat
ter because Hoad was at his bril
liant best-booming over a cannon
ball service the Yanks could'nt
handle, hitting pinpoint place
ments, and making "impossible
After a 1-1 tie in the first set,
Seixas and Giammalva got hot
and ripped off six straight games
while the crowd in the four steep
grandstands of Memorial Drive
Stadium sat stunned.
But that was it for the Amen
cans, except for game, vain ef
forts in the third and fourth sets
The Aussies whizzed through the
second set in a six-game string
took the third set by breaking
Giammalva's service in the 11th
game, and then came to the verge
of victory by breaking Seixas
service in the ninth1 game of the
fourth set when Vic neetted two
Hoad served the last game for
the Aussios. Giammalva savod
off disaster for a second by tak
ing the next point on a brilliant
back hand, but then Rosewall
clipped a roturn past the two
Yanks and the Cup belonged to
Australia for the sixth time in
the last seven years.
Talbert then announced he prob
ably will quit as U.S. Cup captain
because "I have a wife and two
children and they don't eat on
what I do in tennis they eat on
what I do in business, and how
successful can you be in business
when vou spend only seven or
eight months a year at it?
"I'm not saying definitely mat
I am through with tennis," said the
popular New Yorker, "but it looks
that way right now.-
WHEN Willie Mays nrsi came
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (UP) Don up to the majors, he was pulled
Drysdale, 20-year-old Dodge, aside at the batting cage one day
right-hander who did some of hi
James Whitmore Edmund Gmenn
Friday "PROUD ONES"
PARAISO 6:15 8:35
SANTA CRUZ 6:15
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:05 "CONFIDENTIAL REPORT"
best pitching during the team s
stretch drive to the National
League pennant, today was named
the club's outstanding 1956 rookie
by the Brooklyn Chapter of the
Baseball writers Association ot a-
DETROIT (UP) The Detroit
Lions' board of directors will meet
again today and from it will prob probably
ably probably come word of whether Buddy
Parker will be back as coach next
Parker has been asking for at
least a two-year contract. But at
a meeting last week a majority of
the board balked at the proposal
They will take up the question
again today, with only five days
remaining on Parker's current
t.AA SSSSSS BBv BBBBfct M 1'A
and advised: "Always be a gen
tleman. Never argue with umpires
or other players, watch your lan language,
guage, language, don't be loud." . The
man who gave the advice: his new
teammate. . Jackie Robinson
Gil McDougald and Yogi Berra
are taking off for Florida a month
earlv. . not for the usual busi
ness of getting in shape. . but
simply to take some whacks at
gOlf. . .a'
At the height of his football ca
reer, the Giants' Frank Gifford
would be receptive to an assistant
coaching job at alma mater south southern
ern southern Cal. .he's lost 20 pounds this
season not from the pounding of
enemy tacklers, . simply a case
of nerves at sparking a winning
team. . Worst injuries he got all
fall peeled two inches of skin pull
ing makeup off his face on a Mas Mas-auerade
auerade Mas-auerade Party TV appearance,
twisted his ankle ducking a hurled
7:00 TatrtAV 60c.
9:00 I VVH 1 30c.
A SPECTACULAR PICTURE!
Jean Simmons in
$1.10 per Car!
Joan Drew in
V i av a- af l
Carta Vieja. .. 4
Cerveza Balboa 4
TONIGHTS GAME At Panama
Chesterfield (Davie 1-0) vs. Cerveza Balboa
Game Time: 7:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 5, Carta Vieja 3.
Cerveza Balboa's victory last
night over Carta Vieja was featur
ed by one of the finest demon
strations of heads up baseball ev ever
er ever to be witnessed locally. The big
sixth in which the Beermen tallied
four times, had the winners look
ing like a real championship out
The inning opened with Herman
Charles and John Glenn drawing
passes off starter and loser Evans
Kulen. Slump-ridden H. Lopez
came through-with a single through
the hole between short and third,
and when Rudy Mailing's late
thrnw arrived at. the mate in a fu
tile effort to cut down the flying reached for five hits, struck out
Charles, Glenn advanced to third i"ur and walked a like number.
Also worthy of mention Is the
courageous pitching performance
turned in by reliever Carlos
Thome. The former Carta Vieja
batboy has finally come into his
own as a pitcher, and as fate
would have it he has turned out to
be a nemesis for the crew who
gave him his initial lessons in
hurling. His present mark is two
wins and no defeats, both victo victories
ries victories at the expense: of Carta Vie Vieja.
ja. Vieja. He treated the fans to a most
unusual spectacle in the eighth
when he balked, as he fell from
the mound while in the act of
winding up. In the five and one
third frames he worked, he was
and Lopez moved up to second. It
was then decided to pass the next
batter, Al Pinkston, intentionally.
However, Pinkston's alertness
in reaching out and hitting the
first Killeen offer in g to right
field on the fly, which John
Kropf the Carta Vieja right
fielder dropped fir an error, al allowed
lowed allowed Glenn to score the second
run of the inning and Lopez log logged
ged logged it to third.
This brought up manager Leon
Kellman to the plate and on the
second pitch Big Pinkie stole sec second.
ond. second. On the next offering the Beer
men skipper laid down a perfect
saueeze bunt, which scored Lopez
from third and to the surprise of
the fans, there was huge Pinkie
streaking all the way trom second
base to register also
Righthander Winston Brown,
who spent a short Christmas holi
day with his relatives in Bocas
del Toro, is back with the club
and was seen warming up in the
late innings of last night's game.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla (NEA)
Elzie (Buck) Baker, winner
the NASCAR Grand N a 1 1 o n a t ball club,
Championship, got his first driving
experience as a Charlotte, N. C
True, it was. that on the play
Killeen injured his ankle while
fielding Kellman'a bunt, but the
extraordinary display of hustle by
the giant Pinkston was really a
fitting example of how the game
should be played. Playars of the
Pinkston was really a fitting ex example
ample example of how the game should be
nlsvrri Plavers of the Pinkston
oti type are necessary on any good
and this writer goes a-
swirls. Is no stranger to rhubarbs
. . as a Duke collegian he was
tossed out of a Tennessee gam?
for slugging fullback Andy Ko'
Between you'n'me, referees in
the pro basketball, circuit, pin pinpointing
pointing pinpointing Bob Cousy's spectacular
performances, say he's putting out
for the first time on the road. .'
lone with the many who are wish
ing that the' big boy comes out of
his hitting slump.
Not all college heroes drive con
vertibles. . only reason Tennes.-
I n u.. .. vi
see s ouuuy viuie was nine iu gu ujU-n
ii -l. i i ... u: wneu
uiruuKU scuuui wail met, wuc
Carroll Rosenbloom j
reach his peak until 29 or 30.".
The right inducements could have
kept defensive wing great Andy
KoDustein with the Rams. . in instead
stead instead of trading him to the Giants
he threatened retiremnt.
is a nurse and supported hubby College boxing, supposed to be
and baby I dead, isn't at Wisconsin. where
Joe Louis, normally a slow guyijtg gate proceeds are second only
to anger, has erupted against Su- to football. , and exceed bas bas-gar
gar bas-gar Ray Robinson. . and disrupt-! ketball. ...
ed their once close friendship. . I
The quarterback who p i 1 o t e d Cus D'Amato insists he did a far
Clemson into the Orange Bo vi, I better managing job on a middle middle-Charlie
Charlie middle-Charlie Bussey, also licked a polio weight nonentity named Izzy Druc Druc-scare
scare Druc-scare en route. . he was m Uuke ker, now retired, than on his new
Hospital for observation lait heavyweight champ, Floyd Patter-sPn8-
Son. . "I helped Izzy," says Cus,
, , "reach tht maximum of his cap-
yuote trom a prominent national abilities. . Patterson hasn't
football Leaguer: Am i glad I m yet. And squaring some
not with tne Hams. . ssto uuima.i friends bilked in a real estate deal
considers you a has-been after yo l ranks as a more gratifying experi
nave passed a. ... a pro nne- ence than seeing his fiehter
man, especially on offense, doesn'
ft API TO HO T IV OLI P F CI I I A
Be. 15c. 35c. SOc. f 1 51
1 Spanish Pogram! A Sensational Double Feature
J BANK! $125.00 By special Request! Rhonda Fleming in
I PATTERNS la yiDA DE WHILE 'HE CITY SLEEPS
m, Also JORGE NEGRETE Also:
Alan- Gianna Maria Canale in
Hk HVQ--M A M t .Allium i L T B O D 0 R A
ESCAPE BESOS PROHIBIDOS Something really different!
STAR OF INDIA
with Cornel Wilde
with Sterling Hayden
- Also: -WHISPERING
the heavyweight crown
Why Si Green of the Rochester
Royals was drafted in mid-sea
son: he'd transferred from Du-
quesne to a Rochester institution
to maintain his student status.
but the school wouldn' condone
his class cuts for NBA road games
. . ergo, he was free to go.
Jim Tatum, football's medicine
man, is in the midst of two red
hot feuds ... one with Duke's
Bill Murray, the other in bis own
family with cage coach Frank
McGuire. . in a fight to see
whether football or basketball wil'
dominate North Carolina athle
Ed Meadows, around whom the
Bear-Lion "dirty play" st o r m
' i in ii
A 12:50, 2:27, 4:27, 6:27, 8:45 A
v 0.75 n an W
a i n
miamt r tTP'k Colorado's Or
ange Bowl football team picked
up a lusty -lunged rooter Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning.
Mrs. Mary Merz, wife of co-cap
tain Wally Merz, gave birth to an
8-pound 1-ounce son at uocior s
Hospital in Coral Gables.
Mrs. Merz, formerly or eaar
Rapids, Iowa, said she came to
o tho fnrfthall pame and did not
expect the baby until oxt month.
She still hopest o see tne game
Five of Top Twenty
Cage Teams To Play
Al Annual Classics
RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 27 (UP)
Five of the nation's 20-ranked
teams will take to the hardwood
of William Neal Reynolds Coli Coli-seum
seum Coli-seum here Thursday for the open opening
ing opening round of the nation's top mid midwinter
winter midwinter basketball attraction, the
three-day Dixie Classic.
The eighth annual renewal of
tht grueling tournament, where
Yuletide fellowship takes : a seat
far in the rear, finds North Caro
lina s nationally second-ranted
Tar Heels in the favorite role a
switch from the- past seven sea seasons
sons seasons that found North Carolina
State the perennial favorite.
But It'll be no easy row to hoe
for the unbeaten Tar Heels, who
currently are riding the crest of
an eight game winning streak.
They must' face 16th ranked Utah
in the opening round and are
bracketed with Duke (12th
ranked) and unbeaten West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia (eighth ranked and winners
of eight straight).
However, for ai ltast one day
North Carolina and Lennie Rosen-
bluth must take a back seat to an another
other another battle, the Duke-West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia set-to.
N.C. state must open defense of
its classic title against another
unbeaten, Iowa's defending Big
Ten champs and the 20th ranked
The second round Friday will
pit the Wake Forest-DePaul sur survivor
vivor survivor against the winner of the
State-Iowa clash, and the winner
of the Duke-West Virginia match
against the Carolina-Utah victor.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 1st
if-. wa i iv vvnii
JANE GREEl? f
sa 1 1 1
"RUN FOR THE SUN"
KYLE (Robert SUck)yYou crept in heresponged
off us Hadleys. You stole everything I ever wanted. Every Everything
thing Everything I ever had." fc
MITCH (Rock Hudson)-"Like what?"
KYLE "You made me small in my father's eyes. You
made my sister spit at me. Then you stole my wife.
Dialogue and scene .from Universal-Internatlonars
Technicolor production "WRITTEN ON THE WIND," star starring
ring starring Rock Hudson, la"n Bacalljtobert Stack and Doro Doro-thv
thv Doro-thv Malone, whk OPENS AT PRE-RELEASE, GN JAN JANUARY
UARY JANUARY 1st AT THE LUX.
r. . n
TVS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWiPAPM
f AGE SET.
Gator Bowl Puts On Best Shotv Ever Saturday
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1958
Worry Gets You
' 1 EflLv Mf
1 RFAR FACTS Here s the
Giants will be up against
fBears tor the pro football
Casares. the hg Bear fullback, rambled W yards on this play)
against Detroit as two teammates; gave him classy blocking
. JOE WILLIAMS
. FOR REAL HEROES.: The Chicago Bears and the football
Giants crash head on for the pro championship in Yankee Stadium
week from Sunday. Would not this be a fitting time for American
sports to make a realistic gesture toward the heroic and gallant
fighters for freedom in battered Hungary? For immediate results
it would have to be through the championship, since it's the only
hit wheel in town. We suggest that the Giants and Bears players
contribute total of 100 of the very best box seats to a committee of
sportsmen on the condition that each seat is to be sold for $1000. We
specify the players because this is their game, and to a large ex extent
tent extent the ticket contributions would come from their share of the
A WINNING ENTRY: We believe such an action on the part of
Ak. -4UUUr uM-ttttrl ftawtifMilflrltr onnrnnriaifj in V1PW of the fact
in a Lilies a ttuuiu uv pi hvmii ij
that it was the athletes of Hungary
. ... t
tne lyeas propaganda Dy reiusing to rem iu iueu
ter the Olympics .... and at what sacrifice in love for home folks
and hontelarid, tnly they would know. This was a mass expression of
hatred and contempt that defied denial, distortion or fabrication.
Here, on an international Stage, witfi the whole free world looking
on, the flower of Hungary's youth, turned Its back 6n the slavery
that the Kremlin peddles as a "worker's paradise." The effect on
world opinion had to be tremendous. Our Mayor, Bob Wagner, we
are certain, would be happy to lead the committee. Of Its ultimate
success, we haven't the slightest doubt. We've seen sportsmanship
'and generosity run too many winning races in the silks of the Big
Town to give it a second thought'
WHAT GOES HERE? To the man in the street ... J. Oscar
ShnoQk 34d, by name ... the most puzzling thing about the present
conflict between the colleges and big-league club owners, is the read readiness
iness readiness of the former to make extraordinary concessions. Such as per permitting
mitting permitting their players to try out with the' pros without risking loss of
t thp hiffh schools and entice
the better prospects with four-year
- . .1. l J 1.
8UUU oonuses;, me ua.seuan people cunciuueu, auci iwu jn
hahds-off legislation, that this was simply an organized hunt for
talent in which they had no chance at all to win. Joe Cronin, the
jted Sox G.M. commented: "Their concern for the youngsters is
dictated by selfish reasons." We wouldn't know about that, but,
like Mr, Shnook, we find the colleges' desire to appease the owners
difficult to understand.
IT'S ONLY FRANCS: The operator said Paris, France, was call calling.
ing. calling. Turned out to be the eminent connoisseur of cauliflowers, and
gay, handsome boulevardier, Alfonso Weill, who just wanted to be
sure that we did not miss Rocly Marciano on Ed Sullivan's Sunday
TV show ... "I made the deal," he added, as though to refute reports'
he no longer handles the retired (yes, no?) heavyweight cham champion's
pion's champion's affairs ... "I'm off for Milan tomorrow," Mons. Weill said,
"to line up them personal appearances for Rocky in Italy I told you
about. You hear me all right?" ... Assured that we couldn't hear
him more clearly, if he were in the next room, Mons. Weill ejaculat ejaculated
ed ejaculated "Cherchez la femme," and hung up.
t CIRCUS AS USUAL: Commissioner Ford Frick has had to aban abandon
don abandon his favorite winter sport, curling. "Bursitis," he explained.
There never was any doubt about Red Willliams playing in '57, but
he's now, made it official by admitting: "I can't afford to quit. I
need the money." This also means we'll be spared the annual emp empty
ty empty guessing game: "Will he play, or won't he?" Ringling Broth Brothers
ers Brothers circus returns to the Garden next spring, playing its usual dates.
Not every coach regards the open Columbia job with covetous eyes.
"I wouldn't be interested," said an upstate maestro to whom we
had phoned on another matter. "I doubt they'll even have football
five years from now."
A FEW KIND WORDS: J. Richard Elliott Jr. (who must not know
anything about such things, either) ranks Pitt ahead of Syracuse.
The Panthers went out of the East to test their prowess against
strong opposition. They definitely had the tougher schedule. And
men viuiuiy uvei miauii euuucs lucm u nauuuHi raiuiiug Mi uic
first 10." ... Note to the boys from Syracuse. Mr. Elliott is associate
editor of Barron's and can be reached In care of that publication at
40 New St., N.Y.C. You must be in need of a new sparring partner by
THE LITRY WORLD: Why did the Yankees try to block the
Brooks-J.C. schedule? One guess is that the Flatbush entry was
cutting into the Stadium play from across the river. Journalism's
Toss was baseball's gain when the talented Carl Lundquist took over
public relations for the minor leagues. Sbamless plug: Does he
like football? Give him Allison Danzig's "History of American
Football," a sports work that is trully monumental. Baseball?
Charley Einstein's "Fireside Book of Baseball," just plain wonder wonderful.
ful. wonderful. Horse racing? Toney Betts' "Across the Board." Fascinating.
You may throw it at a stuffed Pillar of the Turf, but you won't put it
PARAISO T HE A T R E
THURSDAY 8:15 P. M.
KING SOLOMON'S QUARTET
ON THE SCREEN
6:15 9:00 P. M.
"CENTLEMEN PREFER BLONWS"
kind of blocking the New YorW
when they take on the Chicago
title at New York. Dec 30. Rick
"r-Jr "r"""' r
who made a savage mockery of
4 ... ,U,.;.. ..(In. innA of.
scholarships (the equivalent of
1 1 I 4.... ...... tt
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK, Dee. 27 (NEA) -Jim
Lee Howell sat ac a desk in
the New York Giants' offices on
42nd Street and insisted there was
no reason to get excited.
"We'll just go over this method methodically,"
ically," methodically," he said. "We'll have game
movies of the Bears by tomorrow
and we 11 nave movies of our own
game with Philadelphia and we'll
start looking at them at 10 in the
morning We don't run around helt-
or.clreltpr. Doesn't do anv good."
Howeli, wno coacnes me uiants,
was straightening dut a surprised
visitor who wanted to know why
the players weren't out on the Yaa
ket Stadium field for a practice
session the minute the sun came
With the Bears the opponent as
the New Yorkers enter their first
pro championship playoff game.
Dec. 30. since 1940, it seemed
strange for the head coach to be
sitting in the team s business of
fice, the players to be scattered
at their homes and, in general,
nothing going on.
The visitor was further shocked
to learn the Giants are taking off
for full days for the Christmas
"What are you trying to do for
get about the game?"
"Look," he smiled, "we've been
at this all season. I don't care how
much time we put in We're not
going to change a professional
championship team in two weens.
They know their stuff. And
they'll be in shape for the game.
All we will do is rig our offense
and defense for the Bears. And
we probably won't do anything
So, instead of a lot of all-day
practices' and all-night skull ses
sions, the Giants are getting rea
dy for Harlon Hill, Rick Casares
and the rest of the Bears in what
seems a leisurely way.
For example, Howell will nold
no night meetings with his coach
They get together at 10 and work
through until about four, taking the
squad on the field for a good part o
Then at night, Jim Lee goes
nome to his house at Englewood,
N. J., assistant Vince Lombardi
catches a commuter's train to Fair
Haven and Ed Kolman and thp
rest of the coaching staff do the
same. After dinner, Jim snaps on
his movie projector and bops over
movies of both the Giants and Bear
in action. Here and there he'll spot
sometning. But it does not lead to
a hurried phone eall to anvhortv
else on the staff. It can hold until
Howell, Lombardi, Kolman et al
watcft the movies for only certain
things, Lombardi is inter e s t d
mainly in what plays would work
against tne Bears, uef e n s l v
Coach Tom Landrv runs the nrnlec
tor slowly, watching for something
that will give him a hint of an idea
now the Bears offense can be hand
The next morn in? t.hr turn un
in the dressing room at Yankee
0. J: a ...
ouamum ana go over their notes.
Then they'll take over the play players
ers players and hold a blackboard and mo
vie session that is more nn the Ion.
el of a college class than a football
team getting ready for the cham
Th fitanta uiam ti-J 4 i v..
-- ------- -' iifw, ii-.ii, tjy
the Bears back in November with
nanon mil aoing hi the damage
cuupic oi eye-popping catch
But even for this dangerous gent,
me vriaius 00" I lose Sleep.
"We thought we had him
check last, timp Hnui.n .....
i -- .... mayOf
he turned urnnnrt mil
-- HUM 1 UUICU ua.
we naa him covered the best way
we knew how then. I can't see
where we'll have anything so ra radically
dically radically different t-tiic tiM. tlr.nl
just hope he doesn't catch like
wot, si one against us,
Howell then excused himself. He
was going out to lunch.
SAN FRANCISCO CTTP wi
Clark, a former Stanford Univer
sity lootnau piaytr, died Tuesday
of a heart attack. He was 42.
Clark nlaved on th umi ..
ford team with Jtorm Standlee
Hugh Gallarneau and Hamp Pool
in 1939. v
LOS ANGELES (UP) Sara
Baker, the Washington Redskin
added to the East squad for the
annual rro Bowl football game ac
memorial coliseum, Jan. 13.
NEW YORK fUPWTh. n
York Giants will resume wnrlrnulc
today for, their National Football
League cnamphionship game with
the Chicago Bears Sunday at
Yankee Stadium. The Giants,
3 1-2 points underdogs for the
title dash, were granted a four four-day
day four-day vacation during the holiday
vf vuacn dim L,ee HOwell.
NEW ORLEANS 1W r MM.
, v r JLjllWC
George Hettinger w Santa Plana
to 11,313 racing fans Tuesday at
the Tair Grounds. He rode four
winners on the nine-race holiday
WATER'S FINE Nanci.
Cooper of Milwaukee, Wis.,
beats the cold and helps a
cameraman make a tidy shot
by water skiing at Cypress
Field & Stream
DRAGS ON SPINNING RODS
y AL McCLANI
One point that spinning rod an an-elns
elns an-elns seldom aaroe on is how to
hooked. Personally, I believe the
difference of opinion is based on
where a man lives ann consequent
ly, what kind of fish he usually
A man living in Vermont, for in'
stance, who goes for black bass
and trout will hardly ever need
the drag brake. These fish jus
don't sun far.
A Californian who ; fishes regu
larly for steelhead and salmon
would snap miles of line if ue
didn't use his drag. The critical
factor is now far tne nsn runt.
When a fish is first hooked, the
strain of his pull is against the rod.
The rod bends to take up sudden
stress, and if he is strong, line will
be released by the friction clutch.
Thus the angler is using an al almost
most almost elastic unit as long as his
quarry is within a 50 yard radius.
A big fish, however, one that runs
100 yards or more, subjects the
tackle to the added factor of sur surface
face surface tension. The weight of the
line pulling across the water gets
so heavy that the rod is no longer
in actual contact with the fish.
All stresses now shift to the line,
and the drag brake which was set
near its breaking strain now works
in the fish's favor. The fish can
snap a light line by hauling a long
belly of It through the water and
the brake's resistance simply adds
more strain to an already strained
Once a large fish is hooked on
spin gear, reduce mechanical
drag to a minimum. You can sup supplement
plement supplement this with finger pressure
on the spool when the fish slows
down. If he recovers for a fresh
run there's no danger of line
Durando In First;
Gels Jan. 21 Bout
NEW YORK, Dec. 27 (UP) -Promoter
Teddy Brenner, the re reluctant
luctant reluctant Santa Claus at St. Nicho Nicholas
las Nicholas Arena, today gave middle middleweight
weight middleweight Angeio Defendis the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present of another TV match
next month for knocking out Ernie
Durando in the first round Mon Monday
day Monday night.
Defendis of Brooklyn floored
veteran Durando of Bayonne
N.J., twice for a knockout at 2:37
of the first round. The winner, fa favored
vored favored at 8-5, weighed 166 pounds;
For his fifth straight victory
24-year-old Defendis wilt be re rewarded
warded rewarded by a TV 10-rounder with
rugged Jerry Luedee at St. Nick's
Announcing the Defendis Luedee
match, promoter Brenner gloom gloomily
ily gloomily disclosed, "I played Santa
Claus last night. I didn't want to
stage a Christmas Eve fight. But
a TV poll of the stations showed
they wanted it. So I had to put it
on, although I lose more than
$1,500. And it w.'l be the same
New Year's Eve."
Only 756 fans aid $1,422, far
below the $3,000 Brenner claims
he must draw at the gate in order
to break even on each Monday
night TV show.
Durando, 30, former middle middleweight
weight middleweight contender who suffered the
fifth knockout and 21st defeat in
his career of 66 bouts, said he
would not retire. However, trainer
Eddie brown commented, "He
may change his mind about that
in a few days."
Defendis, who registered his
17th win in l starts, said, "I fig figured
ured figured I could knock him out; but
I didn't expect to do it in the first
Last Jan. 1
' JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 27
(UP) The Gator Bowl will put
on tis best show ever Saturday
when the two teams who met in
last January's Sugar Bowl-Georgia
Tech and Pittsburgh clash be before
fore before 37,000 fans and a national tel television
evision television audience.
The Gator Bowl, lone rated a
peg under the major bowls, defi
nitely has one of tne top post-season
attractions this year. And if
the 1956 Sugar Bowl game was
any indication, the Gator Bowl
game should be one of the most
Both Tech and Pitt have more
impressive records than they ear
ried into the Sugar Bowl, and
both coaches admit their current
teams are better than those they
had last January.
Pittsburgh, which won the
hearts of television fans with a
surprise victory over Miami at
the end of the season, checked in into
to into the plush Ponte Vedra Country
Club yesterday to start workouts.
Tech will not. .get to town until
Coach .John Michclosen and his
Panthers are anxious to avenge
their 7-0 loss to Tech and to prove
that Sugar Bowl touchdown was
just a fluke.
The Engineers scored the Sugar
Bowl's lone touchdown after an of official
ficial official ruled that Pitt's fullback,
Bobby Grier, interfered on a pass
in the end zone. The penalty gave
Tech the ball on the Pitt one and
the Engineers scored.
The Panthers claim the films of
the game prove Grier did not in interfere
terfere interfere on the play, and they be believe
lieve believe that a triumph over Tech
in the Gator Bowl will bear them
However, Tech will be hard to
convince. The Engineers estab established
lished established one of the best defensive
marks in the nation by holding
ten opponents to 33 points. Pitt
aiso must oreak a jinx. Coach
Bobby Dodd's Tech teams won
each of their seven previous bowl
Because of Tech's record, which
includes nine impressive victories
against a lone 6-0 setback to un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Tennesse, th odds-makers
have made Tech a seven-point
NEW YORK (NEA) Nobody
ever accused Bill De Witt of giving
his serves for short money.
De Witt, assistant general man manager
ager manager of the New York Yankees un until
til until this month, now is head of a
$500,000 maior lea imp fund tot nn
to aid the minor leagues. Next
step lor uewitt appears to be the
American League presidency.
In his career, DeWitt has been
co-owner of the St. Louis Browns.
When Bill Veeck, purchased the
Browns, he stayed on as an offi official.
cial. official. When the Browns moved to
Baltimore, DeWit was paid an ex executive's
ecutive's executive's salary with the provi provision
sion provision he was to remain in his na native
tive native St. Louis.
From there he went to the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. Casares Officially
Clinches Pro Grid
'56 Rushing Crown
PHILADELPHIA Tw n mr
Rick Casares iwllHiwino full.
back of the Chicago Bears and th
fourth player in National Footbill
League history to gain 1,000 yards
by rushing in a single season, be
came me iya cnampion in fact to today.
day. today. Casares' l.12fi vards
the Baltimore Colts and Washing-
ion neasifins ended the regular
season this past weekend, .one
week after t.ho Roarc' hirW.-
. , "MVIV JU1I-
lshed his schedule.
,eaders for the year were
fiddle Brown nf t.ho Roar, u ....
mg; Billy Wilson of San Francisco
in pass receptions; Bobby Layne
of Detroit in scoring; Norm Van
Brockhn of Lok Anooinc n
mg; Sam Baker of Washington in
field goals; Ken Konz of Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland m punt returns; Tom Wilson
of Los Angeles in kickoff returns
and Lindon Crow of the Chicago
Cardinals in interceptions.
Here For 2 Games
Paraguay' champion snl snl-professional
professional snl-professional seccer team, Cerr
Portanto, is coming to Panama
this woek-Mid for a two feme
stand against two top squads
from the Republic.
In the first gam, Saturday at
7:30 p.m., the Paraguayans will
mt Gallite at th Olympic Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, tn fh second gam, Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 7:3$ p.m., th visitor
will play Royal Crown, also at
Hm Olvmnle Stadium
SCORING SLANT Boston Brums' Jerry Toppaztini faked Goalie
mOV.r on ni5 iei. mm jammed the puck in for a goal on this play It wu
Toppazzini's second score withi iO seconds,
Holiday Meets Start College
Basketball At Cyclonic Pace
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK, Dec. 27 (UP)-"By
New Year's Eve," Tom Blackburn
was saying, "I Cin wind up so
numb there would be no need for
"The way schedules are put to together
gether together these days, your season can
be a wreck before you hit what
used to be the meat part of it."
Blackburn, who coaches Daytan.
was talking about the habit colleg colleges
es colleges have gotten into i putting on
grand slam basketball t o u r n a a-ments
ments a-ments taking place in two weeks.
Dayton entered Kentucky's In Invitational
vitational Invitational affair, along with Illi Illinois
nois Illinois and Southern Methodist. Oi
Dec. 28, Blackburn's schedule
shows he is to present his young
men in Louisville for the first Blue
Grass Tournament, which will in include
clude include Duquesne, St. Louis and
Elswhr around the country
you run into the Dixie Classic .in
Raleigh, the Holiday Festival a
Madison Square Garden, the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Invitational, the Big Seven
in Kansas City, The Queen City in
Buffalo and, of course, the Or Orange
ange Orange Bowl in Miami and the Sugar
in New Orleans.
About the only solace a coach
gets out of this trend Js that all
element of suspense is removed
from his business. He does not
have to wait and worry while a
sophomore learns his way around.
Today, you just put suits on a
dozen or more kid ; and throw 'em
in. By January when most regu regular
lar regular league seasons open you know
whether they can play or not. And
you've played what formerly was
practically a complete season.
Blackburn, incidentally, rates
some sort of coaching accolade.
He was the first to have Wilt the
Stilt Chamberlain visit a campus.
Chamberlain took the trip during
his sophomore year in high school
Chamberlain's migration to Kan Kansas
sas Kansas must have disrupted Black Blackburn's
burn's Blackburn's routine. He was reaching the
point where a seven-footer was a
comfort to him. Bill Uhl was his
skyscraper and Blackburn won 15
games in three years with the lad.
This season, Uhl is selling insur insurance
ance insurance around Dayton and that
leaves Blackburn with what he
considers a lineup devoid of any
"We start Al Sickling, 6-6; Jim
Palmer, 6-8; and Arlen Bockhorn,
To Work After
NORMAN, Okla., Dec. 27 (UP)
Coach Ben Schar.zwalder put his
Syracuse urangemen back to
work today in the University of
Oklahoma's stadium following a
one-day break in workouts for
The Orangemen, who came south
early to work out in "better cli climate,"
mate," climate," were slowed up most of
last week by cold and rain. They
have four more days to try and
catch up on practice against Tex Texas
as Texas Christian plays, including to today,
day, today, before thty travel to Dallas
for the Cotton Bowl game against
the Horned Frogs.
To Practice After
WACO. Tex., Dec. 27 (UP)-The
Baylor Bears returned to the prac practice
tice practice field today after a four day
Coach Sam Boyd was so pleased
wuh the progress of the drills
against Tennessee's single-wing at attest
test attest last Friday that he let tne
Christmas d8y e"rly f0f
The Bears will continue work
outs m wao mM Der when
uiey w ii iiy to New Orleaiu where
they play the Volts in thT Sugar
Bowl Jan. L
6-4," he says, bleakly, "and Bill'
Almashy, 6-6, fits in. But we don t
have that one big man."
Avry Brundag hasn't said a
thing about Bill Russell, the San
Francisco Olympian who went 0
the Boston Celtics so quickly a
skeptic could feel it was sort of!
pre-arranged. President Brundage;
of the International Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee was insistent that everybo
dy in Melbourne keep clean
thoughts, much less intentions, a a-bout
bout a-bout professional sports.
Seems Russell was of a differ different
ent different mind. To be nasty about it.
the CeUics had been in touch with
him via delicate connections way
before Big Bill swung his 6-10
frame onto a plane f6r Australia.
Chances are excellent that Brun Brundage
dage Brundage will brood about this for the
next four years. Then the IOC
head probably will start some sort
of a campaign to, put athletes on
our team who are not good enough
to be sounded out by the profes professionals.
sionals. professionals. To got back to Dayton, a few
of the Fivers' alumni formed a lo
cal professional club and opened
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Ed Chadwick of ihe To-
ihe season by taking on an outfit
which featured Bcvo Francis. -Be-vo
got 17 as his team took a 4 4-point
point 4-point shellacking.
An interested bystander w a
Newt Olivar, the coach who J tim timed
ed timed Bevo and little Rio Grande Col College
lege College inio something closely re resembling
sembling resembling a magazine fiction sto story.
ry. story. Bcvo probably got himself $20
or so for the game.
Which would seem to put an end
to his story.
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TttEW YORK. Dec. 27 (UP)
Gilts snd cards from strangers
changed a potential bleak holiday
into a "wonderful Christmas" for
her family, the wife of convicted
kidnap-murderer Angelo John La
Jrfajca said today,
f Mrs. Donna LaMarca and Iter
two children, Vincent, 10, and Viv Vivian,
ian, Vivian, 6, spent the holidays with her
Except for food, which included
tunkeys and chickens, 'all the
gifts were completely different,"
Mrs. LaMarca said. "We will be
able to use them all."
; She said she did not know how
her husband spent Christmas 1st
Sing Sing's death house. "We
couldn't see or talk to him, but I
know one woman sent him a Bible
and he received many cards and
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Crain, Homewrecker to Wed
HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 27 aiP
Jeanne Crain and Homer Rhoades
who once denied their romance
broke up her 10-year marriage to
raui Brinkman, will marry as
soon as Rhoades' wife divorces
him, the love battle'- scarred
Rhoades declared today.
Rhoades said he d decided to
bring his love for the beautiful
actress into the open after receiv receiving
ing receiving a Christmas present from the
apparently jealous Brinkman last
night a fast right to the jaw.
Brinkman, 37, and the graying
Rhoades, 45, fought to a draw on
the cement alley pavement be
hind Rhoadts' fancy pink-and-gray
Sunset Strip area apartment
Today s results: Brinkman was
In hiding; Miss Crain had no com
ment; Rhoades nursed facial cuts,
torn trousers and banged up knees
and wedding plans were revealed
in a new, stirring chapter to Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's most colorful soap-opera
plot in years.
"Jeanne and l wui marry next
year, Rhoades declared as ne
rested In his apartment, rve giv given
en given my wife, Hilda, a million dol dollars
lars dollars to divorce me so I can mar mar-rv
rv mar-rv Jeanne.
"I love Jeanne and she loves
me. She has everything to lose by
this and so do I. But we want to
Mrs. Inez Sutherland, a Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian resident of this city,
died this morning in Santo To To-mas
mas To-mas Hospital after an Illness of
about a month. She was 63
A member of the St. Anthony
Society, Mrs. Sutherland is sur survived
vived survived by her children, Federlco,
Cirilo, Patricio, Flora, Mrs. Ly Ly-dla
dla Ly-dla Carrington, Mrs. Sarah
Blanco and Mrs. Teodora Reld,
in addition to several granchil granchil-dren.
dren. granchil-dren. Funeral services will be held
in St. Vincent de Paul's church
at 3:30 p.m. Burial will follow
In the Herrera Cemetery.
Amador Legion Club
Phiggy Monday Nile
The American l egion Club at
V? a 1 at ill find mil tflP old
: wh.v n ah with a dance
year Monday night witn a oance
onrl onoiar futnrina the sensation-
atiu aiiwyy x -
al Sparky & Pluggy dance team.
The show will be one of the high highlights
lights highlights of a New Year's eve party
for Legionnaires and their guests.
Also scheduled on the show, which
will be emceed by disc-jockey
Dave Constable, will be Miss Icil Icil-da
da Icil-da Bascombe, a versatile youqg
Panamanian non singer.
Sparky and Pluggy, who turned
down an oner from cnue wnicn
would have taken them away tror.i
Panama for the holidays, an;
scheduled to begin a South Amen,
car tour late in January. They are
presently busy working on a spe special
cial special number for Monday night's
Music for the dance will be pro
vided by the Danny Bishop combj.
Immediately following the show.
ser for 10.30 p.m., noisemakers
will be distributed to the club's
Stseetft try f reparation for a nototn
welcome to the new year at mid-
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New AC for Army
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP)
Ma. Gen. Herbert M. Jones to
day was named the new adjutant
genersl of the srmy. He will suc
ceed Maj. Gn. John A. Klein,
who retires' Monday.
Friends of Miss Oai n soirl fhmr
knew nothing of anv wcHHinc
plans, and pointed out she dined
only last week with her ex-husband.
Rhoades said Brinkman waited
outside the aoartment hnn s last
night and "jumped me with some
sort of a weapon" because "he
knew about us."
During the lively Crain Brink-
tman divoile battle earlier this
year, the Jctress atcused Brink-
loan onSeHrying on with other
women, sponging off her, beating
her up and pullling out her hair.
Brinkman countered with an adul adultery
tery adultery suit charging she and
Rhoades, their neighbor in swank
Holmby Hills, had been intimate
twice in December of 1955 and at
other times in 1956.
At the time both the actress and
Rhoades denied Brinkman' s
charges, and declared they were
"Yes, Jeanne and I have been
in love for a year," Rhoades said
today. "She divorced him because
of me and he knew it. Of course,
there were other reasons. He
wasn t nice to her.
"Jeanne deserves the greatest
consideration anyone could give
her, with her dignity and loveli loveliness.
ness. loveliness. She's a great person who
was taken advantage of all these
years 'by Brinkman.
Ninety passengers are booked
to sail Saturday aboard the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal of the Panama Line for
New York, according to the ad advance
vance advance passenger list.
Six passengers. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Preedman, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold N. Gray, and Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill Rippy, are booked
for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The advance passenger list
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Abrams; Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Arcaro and
son; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bat Battle;
tle; Battle; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berkle Berkle-hammer;
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Mr. and Mrs, George L. Camp
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Control Over Youth
MOSCOW, Dec. 27 (UP) The
Moscow Communist Party city
committee has now taken un the
proDiem of now to tighten party
control over university students
it was learned today.
The party newspaper Pravda said
that a meeting of the committee.
which is responsible for party orr
gamzations in the capital, was
Participating were the city's
reading educators, Ko m s o m o 1
(Communist Youth Organization)
chiefs in schools and committee
officials including alternate mem
bers of the Praesidium Ekaterina
The conference "listened to facts
revealing serious defects in the
training of students," Pravda said
Some sections of students it said,
have been subjected to the m
fluence of unhealthy t endencies
and they occasionally come under
the influence of ideas alien to the
With Knives In
NEW ORLEANS (UP)-Bantam
Jockey Robert Lee Baird, 36, left
an East Bank jail yesterday sun
splotched w i t h blood after he
broke every window in his new
home Christmas night and at
tacked his wife in "just a family
He was released alter being
booked with attempted murder of
his wife, who police said was
slashed about the arms.
The little jockey and his larger
wife battled with knives in thsir
kitchen, officers reported.
Baird, who had one of the great
est riding days of modern local
track history Saturday and his
18th winner of the season, was
slashing away at his wife when
Jefferson Parish deputies came to
He's Quiet Today
Today, subdued and quiet, Baird
was whisked away from jail, dres
sed in trousers and an undershirt
Baird, his agent and a lawyer
explained the outburst as "just i
family quarrel. Mrs. Baird, treat
ed for her slashed' arms, and
taken to a friend's home, said
she did not want Baird prosecuted.
GIs Arrive At Seoul Orphange
For Xmas Fete,
SEOUL, Dec. 27 (UP) Ameri
can soldiers who dug deep into The soldiers took the children to
their pockets to bring, a Merry the) 73rd Company area for their
Christmas to Korean children were: party. While they were Twsy open
teaming up again today to extend ling packages and playing with
post-Christmas help to victims of
an orphanage fire in Seoul
One hundred twenty-three war
orphans were driven out of their
oormiiory wnen a lire nroKe out
Christmas morninc in the Korean
hftm for nrnh.ne in th. .aetarn1
outskirts of the city Droaocast an over south Korea.
When the soldiers of the 73rdf!vnlm" digging int
Transportation Company, Eighth their Pckets
Army, arrived at the orphanage
with toys md clothes shortly afte. MoitlArial torVsVti
noon on Christmas Day to treat rlvlliUl ICII JClVltC
the children to a gala pary, thov thov-found
found thov-found kids shivering in the cold
wind, staring numbly at the ruins
of their home.
An overheated floor in the orphan orphanage's
age's orphanage's dormitory had caught fire
and the home burned to the
ground, destroying over 50 per
Member To Prison
TAIPEI, Formoss, Dec. 27 (UP1
Nationalist China today sen
f An, At en influential memher nf
the Control Yuan, its highest su
nervisorv hodv to eiaht vears
nrinn fnr hriherv
Ho Chi-chou was convicted o I Mr Moumblow is survived by waging through garbage cans. He
accepting a $B,OW nrrbe during an one son, Keith C. Moumblow, who charged with stealing Christ Christ-investigation
investigation Christ-investigation of the Taipei food in now studyning at Oklahoma A & mas gifts left in the cans by house house-control
control house-control bureau. I M. College. owners for refuse collectors.
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spirit of their motherland."
This, to a great extent, was the
result of the "unsatisfactory state
of party-political and ideological
work in certain higher educational
establishments and of weak party
leadership in the Komsomol or organizations,"
ganizations," organizations," Pravda said.
Officers said that the enraged
Baird ran to his wife's closet and
ripped to shreds expensive clothes
he had given her.
Deputies said Mrs. Baird went
to the kitchen and told her jockey
husband to quit talking about
They said Baird knocked her
down, ripped her clothing and
knocked her down again, "several
A neighbor visiting at the time,
left quickly when the argument
began getting rougher. Officers
said Mrs. Baird and Negro maid
Willa Mae Stephens fought with
Baird and pushed him through
the front door. They said he be became
came became angrier and began knocking
The couple's four children, show showered
ered showered with gifts for Christmas,
looked on in terror as the couple
Baird then forced his way back
into the house, police said, and
cornered his wife and began slash
ng away with two butcher knives.
Baird had a sensational riding
day Saturday, winning on four
Find It Razed
,Cent of their food and supplies
vheir toys, the men of the 73rd
were busy appealing for help.
A call was made to Radio Vaga
bond, an Armed Forces radio sta
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Held for ex-Zone
Man. Mr. Moumblov
A memorial service for the late
Francis J. Moumblow will be held
on Sunday at the First Baptist
Church, Church Street and Trini Trinity
ty Trinity Place, in Montclair, N. J.
Mr Moumblow, 57, who retiret
from Canal service this year af after
ter after 30 years service, had made his
home in Montclair for the oasn
He was an electrical engineer
anrl had taken a nrnminent nart. in
- l veterans' activities since retiming
in from World War I. Most of his
! service was on the Atlantic side,
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Bus Driver Girl Kille d By Negro
Who Was Ordered Off Cleveland Bus
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 27 -(UP)-A
Negro ordered off a
Greyhound bus for molesting a
girl passenger shot her and the
bus driver to death yesterday
and then wounded five persons in
a gun battle in a crowded termin terminal
al terminal before he was killed outside a
Hundreds of persons in the ter terminal
minal terminal waiting to leave town after
Christmas celebrations fell to the
floor to escape bullets exchanged
bv the mad killer and a police policeman.
man. policeman. The holiday ended trasripallv for
Oeoreiann Kartzke. 8. Hamilton
Va., and veteran bus driver Leo
Almerico, of Cleveland, who had
Decome a grandfather on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning. The eirl died hesinV
the bus. Almerico staggered off
the vehicle and died in the ter
All the WOllnded ware t.raveWe
in the waiting room. They were
Joseph Owens, 33, Atco, Ga.; Leo
vanderwill, Detroit: Richard
Keinsberg, 83, Pittsburgh, and
Lawrence Ebert; 24, and Miss
Alice cavanaugh, 37, both of
.Keinsberg suffered a fractured
ieg. J.ne others sustained super superficial
ficial superficial lee wounds.
The irilUr u,U ICkji j
fellow passenger- heated the fate
of slain gunman Jobji Dillinger if
he interfered, hid not been iden
tified. He died behind a hnr.ti-Pcc
of a church near the Cleveland
bus terminal after police chased
him from the building. Labels in
.a uuLiiing indicated ne may
.aye uccn g thieve and rpsirinnt
The bus carrying 23 passengers,
"as oouna irpm Pittsburgn to
Chicago with several stops en
inuie. miss Kartzke, step-daugh
ter of Cant. Albert
stationed at Ft. Eustis, began her
journey Christmas mornine at
Newport News. Va.. chanrino hi...
i i twsDurgn.
rassengers said the girl com-
fiamea io Almerico that the Ne
gro was annovinsf hr
'This fellow came up and tried
to make her." aairi. ir.n...u
Jamison of New c.atu p. u
looked over and saw me watchin
him. He said 'What you looking
at? Get in mv wav mh uhi.'it u
it th- r,ri.:r' ct
v.ic wy uiinnger got it.
Almerico nad the girl move to
a seat m the front of the bus near
him. He told the man uhn o,...
ed her hei would have to leave th
Virt. u'eve,ana- the next stop.
"iicn t,ne dus pulled into th
terminal here at 2 am th w,
picked up his beloneinpi flnH dart
ed Suddenly, when he
tctttiieu me door, he wheeled
around, drew a .32 paliher
matic from his pocket, and fired
One bullet hit Miss Kartzke.' The
other struck Almerim
The driver clutched at the bus
i u "na inen reeled from
the bus, mortally wounded. He
collapsed and died in the term terminal.
inal. terminal. Horrified fellow passengers
turned their attention to the girl
who had fallen unconscious. They
did not realize she had been shot
Shl had fainted frora
fright. For 30 minutes, they tried
u uher and then discovered
she had been critically wounded.
one meo. peiore she could be tak-
- jn to a
Battle In Terminal
gunman left the h,i. ;m
mediately after firing the two fa fatal
tal fatal shots and fled intn the lArmin.t
hrtbub. Patrolman Miphaei' n
rett ordered the crowd to fall to
the floor and fired twice at the
The Negro crnneherl hehinJ
u wiiiuu a
piuar and returned the n-
liceman's fire. Hi hntc
wild, hitting the bystanders.
we tec etve Michael Sirkot corner,
ed the gunman behind a church
buttress. The gunman leaped from
cover and fired once. He missed
ctirKoi irom six feet, but the de detective
tective detective felled him with a single
PRINCETON, N.J. Dec. 27 (UPV
-wuace Jackson, 54, got a 30
day jail sentence Tuesday for rum
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From 15th of January. Telephone
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Already Getting Mischievous
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)-The
gorilla born at the local zoo last
Saturday already is getting in t o
She is beginning to move her
little hands and the first thing we
know, she will turn over a bucket
of water in her bed," zoo Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Earl Davis said today.
"I don't know how long we can
keep her in the incubator," Davis
said, th e way she squirms and
twists. She can almost turn over
now and I know we will have to
make some kind of changes."
The gorilla, the onlv one known
to be born in captivity, is kept in
a regular baby incubator obtained
from a local hospital. She probably
will get a larger bed soon. The
water container is to keen the hu-
miHif v "incf rinkt
Visitors Carefully Screened
Zoologists who thouaht it would
be impossible for a gorilla to be
born in captivity have sent hun
dreds of telegrams, some from Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, wanting to know everything
pussioie aoout mis little animal.
there is a lot we don't Vnnw
the somewhat sleeov Davis ex
plained. He worked nights during
the holidays so other employes
tuuiu nave time on.
The 3V4 pound babv and its
mother, Christina, are 'getting
aiong line, uavi. said. The Bat
Watch Tower Group
To Hold District
Assembly In Colon
The Watch Tower Bible and
Tract Society will sponsor a four
day District Assembly in CtJlon,'
beginning on Jan. 3, it was an announced
nounced announced today by the organiza organization.
tion. organization. The convention will be held in
the Tropical Club on Melendez
This is the first four-day assenw
bly of Jehovah's Witntsses in Pa Panama
nama Panama City, and is one of a chain
being held throughout the world.
Thirty-six of the congregations
throughout the world's 16,240
Jthovah's groups are located in
Panama and the Canal Zone.
A.V. Raper, supervisor of the
Watch Tower Society's Branch in
Panama City, will be the principal
speaker of the meeting. He will
appear on the program all four-
days and will deliver the keynote"
aaoress at 7:30 p.m.. Sunday. Jan
6. His subject will be "Whv Pr
manent Peace Will Come in Our
Delegates from Almirante. Gua-
bito, Changuinola, Catlva, Pana
ma, Paraiso, Balboa, Pueblo Nue Nue-vo,
vo, Nue-vo, Rio Abajo, Chilibre, Radio Ci City
ty City and Colon will attend.
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of the few persons allowed to see
Davis said that newsmen, pho photographers,
tographers, photographers, newsreel and televi television
sion television cameramen, and zoo officiate
are "carefully screened" to make
sure they do not have colds.
"We wouldn't let anybody who
sneezes within a mile of that goril gorilla,"
la," gorilla," Davis said. "There isn't any anything
thing anything at Fort Knox that would buy
these animals ..."
Utually gorillas cost from $3,000
to $7,000, Davis explained and in increase
crease increase in value as they grow old old-erf
erf old-erf A contest is being sponsors f by
the Columbus Citizen, a acviops-
nowaru newspaper, to cnoose a
name ior me Korina. tne winner
will receive a $100 government
bond from movie actor Clark
Gable, a native Ohioan.
Zoo officials are giving the goril gorilla,
la, gorilla, which they affectionately call
Baby, the same attention and
treatment given to human infants.
"She ft' all gums," Davis said.
"She has considerable fores in
those gums. Boy, can she really
gum a nipple."
She is being fed by bottle.
DC-4 Badly Smashed
BALTIMORE, Dec. 27 (UP)-A
(our engine Capital Airlines DC-4
was badly damaged yester day
when its landing gear collapsed
during a test landing at Inter International
national International Airport.
None of the four crewmemberg
was injured. There were no pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. The plane's landing gear sud
denly collapsed as it touched the
field. The plane skidded 300 feet
along the runway, damaging three
engines and partialy breaking up
The Civil Aeronautics Adminis Administration
tration Administration Immediately closed the run runway
way runway and launched an investigation
into the crash.
The skidding plane gouged sev several
eral several chunks of concrete out of ths
landing strip and sent clouds of
smoke billowing Over the field.
But officials said no fire broke out.
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tome jwhu-tome day she'll be as llgUfooted as Karen. Marlene a polio
patient since 1955, is the 1957 March of Dimes Poster Girl. Her
picture will be displayed on millions of posters and coin
canisters throughout the nation beginning Jan. 2.
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aisriaftin And Dad will swing on his heels wh$n he sees the
four-figure- price tag. The toy is. one of a large collection of
animated playthings, hand made by European craftsmen,
imported ty anAllentown, Pa., department store.
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Tallahassee Arrests Bus Drivers,
Still Can't Enforce Segregation
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Dec. 27 (UP). Nine drivers and a bus company manager were arrested today for
despite orders from city authorities to abolish the transit service
for thunwersitand odtffepTsegregation status quo, but bus line officials refused to abide by the
instruction c an by cUy auth ities u l ttJu nis 10 buses off their runs, posted
a total of $1000 bona ior mmseii dim mo ui'T
i The City Commission sched scheduled
uled scheduled & 2:30 p.m. meeting on the
dispute, but city manager Arvan
Hopkins admitted he has "no
idea what happens next."
- th an emergency session last
night the city commission
voided the local franchise of
e It seems like the people who
2vt o" the luck art the ones who
jeiever depend on It. NIA
the embattled Cities Transit
l inos inc.. hut the company
charged the act on Was illegal
and announced buses would
run as usual.
Meanwhile a large Negro
group voted last night to hit
Birmingham, Ala., today with a
mass bus integration attempt
but failed to carry out the plans
in the early morning traffic
Twenty-five buses checked
during the heaviest passenger
load period of the morning
Weather Or Not)
This weather report for the 24
hmm coding S a.m. today. P" P"-pand
pand P"-pand by tht Meteorological and
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' HIGH LOW
U:ll a.m. 6:51 a.m.
!:' p.m. 7:13 p.m.
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'57 To Be Key
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
Dec. 27 (UP) The year isk was
a hio nni ir hurricane reasearch
but 1957 will be even more impbrj
tani, the National Hurricane tie
search Center said today m a
"We know a whole lot more
about the structure of tropical
storms than we did but everyone
must realize we won't solve this
problem overnight," Associate Di Director
rector Director Cecil C. Gentry said.
Gentry said during 1956 two
large data gathering projects went
into operation but not in time for
correlated work during the hurri hurricane
cane hurricane season. He said the eight new
upper-air sounding stations and
three reconnaissance aircraft for
exploring the interior of hurri hurricanes
canes hurricanes are ready for the start of
the storm season in 1957.
He said at this stage- the em emphasis
phasis emphasis is on the collection of data,
mosl of which should be collected
by the end of the 1957 season.
He said then the emphasis will
wing to research into the myster mysteries
ies mysteries of the great hurricanes.
showed there was no integrated
A number of Negro passengers
even stood up in the rear of ve vehicles
hicles vehicles while vacant seats were
in the front section, restricted
for white passengers.
Police, who made 21 arrests
when Negro ministers and
housewives def'ed segregation
laws yesterday by sitting in
the front areas of buses, had
refused to believe the Negroes
would try again to defy the
Negro attorneys in Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham mapped a "constitutional
test of the city's bus segregation
law in defense of the 21 arrest arrested
ed arrested integrationists.
Birmingham Negroes at a mass
meeting last night celebrated
the freeing of the last of the 21
arrested integrationists under
$100 bonds and decided to fore forego
go forego further integration attempts.
But at a second meeting; they
changed their plans.
Two Integrated Montgomery Buses
Hit By Automatic Rifle, Shotgun
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec. 27
(UP) Leaders urged Mont Montgomery's
gomery's Montgomery's 42,500 Negroes to hold
steadfast their newly-won bus
integration today even though
an outbreak of shooting damag damaged
ed damaged two buses last night.
The Rev. Martin Luther King,
young leader of a year-long fight
for Negroes' right to ride on bus buses
es buses as the equals of whites, said
he hoped the gunfire will prove
to be mere isolated incidents.
The gunfire which damaged
the two buses standing in Ne Negro
gro Negro districts' on opposite s'des
of the city last night injured
no one and apparently was in in-tended
tended in-tended only to frighten either
the drivers or Negro riders,
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Nine .22 caliber sings appar
ently fired by an automatic ri rifle
fle rifle ripped into one bus driven
by J. G. Hall and a shotgun
blast shattered a rear window
above a Negro passenger 01
bus driven by H. L. Warren.
The shotgun blast apparently
was fired from a moving car,
police said. The other shooting
occurred zu hiuiuicb
Police ch;er G. J. Ruppen Ruppen-thal
thal Ruppen-thal said he will not attempt
to strengthen his force or to
patrol the bus routes as a re result
sult result of the incidents.
"We'll just work what we've
got," he said.
Detective Lt. Q. H. Owen said,
"We are handling this one just
like anything else."
King used the occasion to urge
Negroes in Montgomery and in
Birmingham, scene of another
bus integration attempt, to con continue
tinue continue standing up for their
rights to sit where they please.
Montgomery buses were inte
grated by court order last Friday
after the U.S. Supreme Court
declared the city's bus segrega
tion iaw unconstitutional.
No Solitary Holding
For U.S. Woman-spy,
Says Israeli Jailer
JERUSALEM. Israel. Dec. 87
Uf) Israeli superintendent of
prisons Abraham Merhavi today
angrily denied reports that an A-
merican woman convicted as a
spy has been placed in solitary
The reports said Mary Frances
rmrAGO. Dec. 27 (UP)-Mrs,
Lee Brill of suburban River Forett
;.hnnsht evervthins would go up the
chimney when she burned her gilt
wrapping in a fireplace Tuesday.
But a squirrel with a burning tail
soamnered from the hearth, put
out his own fire when he brushed
against a fire screen, climbed up
a Christmas tree and finally was
coaxed into leaving through the
Hagan of Huntington, W. Va., was
placed in solitary confinement at
Ramich prison because she re refused
fused refused to perform prison work. She
was found guilty in October of ob obtaining
taining obtaining information for Syria while
on a tour of Israel and was sentenc
ed to one year in prison when Is Israeli
raeli Israeli attorney general Haim Cohen
Merhavi said tht prisoner
"hat never been In solitary con confinement"
finement" confinement" end said such rumors
were part of a "hastile cam
paign" against Israel.
Hp inM ihn unman rppnivnd
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Christmas presents from her fami
ly on Christmas Eve and was vis
ited by a Greek orthodox priest
from Jaffa at the request of U. S
Israeli attorney Max Kritzman
also visited the woman on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve, along with a U.S. em embassy
bassy embassy official. The men delivered
gifts from home, and Kritzman al also
so also bought her a present, Merhavi
Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958
Confusion Reigning in Pentagon's Spendings;
58 Budget Cuts Don't Think Ahead in 59-60
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UP)
The Defense Department is
drafting a mufti-billion-dollar
military budget for the coming
fiscal year with no firm idea
of the direction it is heading in
the revolutionary air-atomic ago.
Such confusion is customary in
the strife-torn Pentagon, but it is
more pronounced this year.
The lack of any firm guidelines
for military and mobilization plan planning
ning planning in the years ahead was ad
mitted by deputy Defense Secreta
ry Keuben a. Robertson Jr. in a
letter to defense mobilizer Arthur
S. Flemmmg. Robertson blamed
the present confusion on the "re "recent,
cent, "recent, rapid technological advances
in weapons which have outdated
Furthermore, Robertson said, it
probably will be almost another
year oeiore new guidance" can.
be developed for defense and mo mobilization
bilization mobilization planners.
The lack of long-range strategic
plans already is having its impact
on theAir Force. The Air Force,
it was learned, has received word
that its 137-wing goal will be cut
by about 10 wings in the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming fiscal 1958 military budget.
What the Air Force does not
know yet, however, is how many
more wings may be taken awayimfor in the vear ahead it must soend
flscar 1959 and 60. This was piac- money on planes, bases, and men
ed the Air Force in a auandarv. it will be using in 1959-60.
U.S. ARMY IN EUROPE 1QUGH,
3D; 1ITH DIVISIONS ARE KEYS
WILOWOOD, N.J., Dec. 27 27-(UP)
(UP) 27-(UP) A Santa Claus in reverse
made pedestrians of the Robert
Beard family for the second
Christmas in eight years.
Board parked his car outside
his heme and when the family
looked out Christmas morning it
was gone. Another thief made
off with Beard's auto en Christ
mas morning in 1948.
HEIDELBERG, Germany, Dec.
27 (UP) U. S. Army divisions in
Europe now have "more killing
power than any other army in the
world," the Army's year-end re
port said today.
"Firepower and mobility was
greatly increased" by replacing
two infantry divisions in Germa Germany
ny Germany with the 3rd Armored and
11th Airborne Divisions, the progress-
Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe, the
U.S. Army's European command commander
er commander for the first half of 1956, des described
cribed described his troops as "better train trained
ed trained and better equipped than any
other peacetime troops I have ev ever
er ever seen.
The present commander is Gen.
H. I. Hodes.
Tactical troops spent more than
six months this year in the field
on maneuvers and training prob
lems. More than 120,000 American
snlHiers took oart in two giant
maneuvers, "War Hawk'' and sa
bre Knot." U.S. officers also train
prf the first soldiers of the new
West German army.
However, the progress report
recalled that other relations with
the Germans suffered setbacks
last summer because of a num number
ber number of incident between U. S.
soldiers and German civilians.
City officials in Bamberg de
manded withdrawal of U.S. troops
The report said official records
showed "there actually had been
no increase in incidents," although
Hodes "declared the reports of
offenses were a matter of serious
concern and ordered prompt action
at all levels of command.'
It said the result was a campaign
for good community relations that
promoted G. I. visits to German
homes, help for local projects and
loint American-German commit
Evelyn Elliott, 68, a Jamaican
who had been 111 for some time
at the home of her son, Albert
A. Elliott, a Canal seaman, died
there suddenly yesterday.
family lives in Rainbow
Wins in Jap lection
NAHA, Okinawa, Dec. 27 (UP)
An alleged Communist recently
released after two years in prison
has been elected mayor of Nana,
Okmaha s capital city.
He is Kamejiro Senaga, head of
the Okinawan Peoples Party, a
party which U.S. officials have
charged is Copimunist controlled.
Senaga defeated American back backed
ed backed Soichi Nakajima and Conser Conservative
vative Conservative Ibi Nakameto in the race
for the mayor's post, which was
left open when termer mayor
Jugo toma was appointed chief
of the Ryukyuan island govern
Senaga, 48, served two years in
prison on his conviction of en encouraging
couraging encouraging perjury in a case in involving
volving involving a Japanese who did on O O-kinawa
kinawa O-kinawa after he was ordered de-Dorted.
The leftist party head is a leader
of anti-American elements on this
Rtrateeir Pacific island.
He ran on a platform calling for
immediate return of Okinawa to
Japan, opposition to U.S. land po policies
licies policies on the island and opposition
to American control of the island's
finance and trade.
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