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PANAMA, E. F, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1958
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Youth Center ;
Set At Paraiso
The Salvation, Army' having
tion with the opening of their
tion with- the 4 opening or their
newly, erected Youth Center at
Paraiso on Friday Jec. ,19. tt
7:30 p.m. i r "i -"
Fred De v. Sill, representing
the Canal Zone United Fund, will
preside ovef. a brief, indoor pro-i
gram which includes r greetings
from H. M.r British Ambassador
to Panama Sir Ian L. Henderson,
Ellis h. Fa wcett,1 -Paraiso High
School principal and others)
The young people under th dit
rprtinn Af Rr Pant .TrvainA
Jthodes will render, musical," anal
vocal items: A vocal solo by Mrs.M
Janet .HonsDurgerr' contralto: as
well as a voca) duet by Al-Q Rus Russell
sell Russell Cloer and Mrs,,. Cloer will al also
so also be heard. i
Mrs. Philip L Steers will offi
ciate in cutting a ribbon before
entering the? new. building located
next, to the Salvation Army Hall
on Iguana-Street, ; Paraiso.
. The Youth Center, recently com completed
pleted completed by Chain Singh as: contrac contractor,
tor, contractor, will be used, mainly for in indoor
door indoor sports such as table. tennis,
and on kv weekends for Sunday
School and Bible class. Envoy
and -Mrs,-C Moseley (are in
charge of The Army's work m Pa Paraiso,
raiso, Paraiso, assisted by a group of local
young people.'1 ,'
i Ji concrete slab, 'fifty by twen twenty
ty twenty five feet will be poured later
jn front of the new Center accord according
ing according to the sectional officer maj.
J. A. Siindberg, This will be used
for such outdoor sports as valley
See Lilib Vcrih
- GENEVA- De6.- is' CUPD-West
rn experts, today searched Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's latest proposals to th dead deadlocks
locks deadlocks Surprise Atta cks Conf i:ence
for technical talking points.
But the 10-na tion vEast-West con conference
ference conference was expected to adjourn
indefinitely by the middle of next
week, Westerrf cire'es believed
that, nothing in the newest Soviet
paper, sijbmitted yesterday" would
force a chapge In plans, f
Western; sources indicated Jthe
Communists' se'enipage "technic
al" outline of a ground and aerial
Inspection systeri) for i Warsaw
Pact, Baghdad Pact and 'NATO
nations' appears too closely linked
to political questions to merit dis;
cussion at the present meeting.
Chances for resumption of the
five-week '.''old conference after
the Christmas holidays.1 probably
will depend on a sew diplomatic
exchange, between Moscow and
. 'ces said. - ' 1
: To date the talks have been un unable
able unable to move past the starting
. post, '
Burglar Six Months
Out Of Oenflabbod
On 2 More Charaes
' A former .Gamboa penitentiary
Convict who wa a; only released i
months ago after serving a 10
year term for burglary is in Bal Bal-"
" Bal-" boa Police jail .awaiting, trial on
two more- ourgjary.cnarges. v
He is Steve Augustus Williams
who carried out a vserieji of bur-
flaries in- th' Tivoli- Guest House
efore ibe. was Captured in 1941.
; On ( Dec, 6, Balboa detectives'
ioundhis fingerwinta in ah a a-?parrmeht
?parrmeht a-?parrmeht which had .been burglar burglarized.
ized. burglarized. fA- further v burglary r on
1 Wednesday of thi" week revelaed
the same prints and Williams was
arrested with the help of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's National Guard. vi
Williams : has leen abound -over
to await trial .at U.S. District
.- Court on- two burglary charges
and one charge of returning to
the Canal Zone after deportation.
I Bail, has .been set at $200 In each
iTUSE POSTAL ZONE NUKUth
, Aroid the last Minute.
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- Christmas Cards and
... Gifts Arrive oil Time, ',
-A s ries of Christmas; musical
programs organized by the Canal
Zone U.S. elementary schools on
both: sides of the Isthmus has been
announced by thev Division of
, The progr-ra will start tomor
row and contmue through Dec. 23.
Th- Diablo Heights School,
' which has announced :30
clock Friday morning Christmas
program for the pupils in kinder kinder-tartan
tartan kinder-tartan through grade throe, air
hat' planned program for
the same night sponsored by the
The Friday night -program, start
Ing at 7:30 Vclock, will feature
a picked chorus of 30 voices from
the Diablo Heights Sixth Grade.
The ; theme. "A Christmas Carol
Pageant," will be carried out by
students in grades four tnrougn
six. Both Diablo Heights programs
will be chid in the school gymna
The P.T.A. will be the guests
nf honor on the Atlantic side Mon:
day iright, Dec. 15, when the pu-
pus irom rour Auanuc siae
Schools sing in the Margarita
US Health Chiefs
Say 40 Million
" WACiHTWftTON'! Dec 13 rUPI-
Public health officials today aimed
a new polio vaccination campaign
at the -40 million Americans unaer
40 who still bar enot had even one
Salk injection- ,t'
Surgeon General Leroy E. Bur Bur-nev
nev Bur-nev i underscored: the campaign's
importance .'.by declaring that ma
ny tx this year s victims wouw
have escaped the crippling disease
if they had takei, Salk shots. t
: Public Health Service officials
said a start' must be made now to
obtain protection for next summer
since the inoculation span iskps
eiaht months. The first two shots
in the salk series are: given two
weeks to a month apart and the
third shot seven months later. ..
Of the 40 million persons under
40 classified as completely unpro
tected, some 15 million, are under
20 years flf age the cateiyorji
which is particularly susceptible
to the disease.
The Salk vaccine is considered
to be up to 90 per cent e'fective.
"It is a tragic circumstance that
hundreds of children and young a a-dults
dults a-dults will be spending the balance
of their lives in wheel-chairs or on
crutches because of failure to
be vaccinated," Burmney feaid.
Decoy Missile Falls By Wayside
As US Air Force Concepts Change
ASHINGTOK; Dec. 13 (JJPIH
Th(j Aif Force yesterday abandon
ed tlans for developing the Goose,
a long-range ground to air: decoy
missile designed tt, confuse enemy
air. defense systems. '
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" Development and testing of ihe
Goose hajl .; "progressed satisfac satisfactorily,'
torily,' satisfactorily,' the Air-"Force saidf but
"changes in operational concepts"
resulted in decision', to drop the
The Goose 1 wlaV the seCond Air
Force' missile program' to be ter terminated
minated terminated in recent weeks. The fis-1
Dies In Hospital
s Mdef L. E.-' Osborne, pastor
of the United Sabbath Day
Adventlst Church on 21st r. St.,
in Ouachapali, died yesterday
in Santo Tonus Hospital. He
had -been hospitalized for a
month i'iiL ," hi
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Funeral services are to J be
announced later. t
'.Besides hi( .wife, t Elder Os Osborne
borne Osborne Is survived by two sons
in Bostpri, Mass,, Milton H. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, a minister of the gospel,
arid .Eustace Osborne a sister
in Jamaica, B.W.I., and a son
and daughter in Panama.
Elder Osborne had been sta stationed
tioned stationed at the Ouachapali
Church since June of last yeat
' The complete Christmas pro
gram as announced by the schools
Ancon: Wednesday at S:30 a.m.
in the gymnasium.
Balboa: "Friday at 8:15 a.m. in
the patio. V
Balboa Annex: Friday," J at 9:30
a.m. in the basement area. v ;
Diablo Heights: TWo 'programs
irill be presented on Friday. The
first, will be given at 9:30 a.m. a
will consist of fun songsi and ca carols.
rols. carols. The Second will be at 7:30
p.m.-Both events will be held in
:: gymnasium. The program
. start at T:30 o'clock. -,
Purge Of Iraqi Nationalists Points
;f ; T. .- -s.-7 W !)!. JUT' ''
To Probable Communist Take-Over
BEIRUT. Lebanon. DeC 13
(UPI) Iraqi Premier Abdul Ka Ka-rim
rim Ka-rim Kassem is pressing a purge
of anti-Communist and pro-Nasser
elements in his country that nas
brought the 'arrest of at least 375
persons, infromed sources said
Virtually ail the arrestea per
sons, including the cmet oi ponce
security and several army offic.
ers. are supporters of United. A-
raba Republic President Gamal
Abdel Nasser and are know to be
opposed to the recent growth in
strength of the Iraqi communist
Party, the sources said.
Nasser, the symbol of Arab na
tionalism, has been friendly with
the- Soviet bloe and hat accepted
Communist arms and economic
help, but he had outlawed Com
munist in his own countrv.
Reports of the Kassem purge
lent credence to fears in Arab na
tionalist and Western diplomatic
circles here that oil rich Iraq
was in great qanger f a Commu Communist
nist Communist takef-over. r' i
, Host of the Communist countries
have noenerf emhisniex in Bash-
dad" since the July 14 Iraqi revolt
Out Of Moscow (.
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
Tass news agency said today So Soviet
viet Soviet rescue planes were grounded
Dy a blizzard wnue trying to fly
to the rescue of a crashed Bel Belgian
gian Belgian plane in the Antarctic.
In Brussels, ,the headquarters
of the Belgian Antarctic expedi expedition
tion expedition said it had not yet received
wordvof any such crash. How
ever. It said .'we.have not yet
been able to get Into radio eon -tact
'With Baudouin Base."
cal air to, surface missile was can-
celled Nov. 29.
The Air, Force was understood to
have 'been considering a 3 mil
lion dollar production contract on
the Goose'; before the cancellation
was decided upon,, About ,15 mil
lion dollars hat -been,, spent for
research .and development of the
missile. ), j.'
The cancellation - abnarenfly
stemmed from what Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Nejjl H. itfcElroy",has caled
a ('technical 'abnrai8al", to deten
mine whether there, were too'ma-4
ny, missile programs and whe
ther any could be weeded out.
MCEIroy. told a news conference
Nov.. 13 that r he i felt there were
some "Marginal ,mis?ile program
but that this wafs "not unnatural
when you have a brand new kind
of weapons system'.
The Goose, which would have
been used by the Strategic Air
Command, is a light weight air-
breathing missile intended to draw
enemy defenses away from-, nuclear-loaded
weapons on their way
to other places.
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x' Meanwhile the National. Space
Administration .indicated it. will
ask Congress next year for at
least another 45 million" dollars to
help speed the nation's space pro programs
grams programs up to June ,30, 1959. 1
MONDAY, DEC. IS
Coeoll: Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
in the gymnasium,
i Fort Kobba: Tableau and songs
in the school auditorium af 1:30,
p.m. on Friday.
Gambea: A pageant k the Ci Civic
vic Civic Center at 1:15 p.m. on Friday.
: .Gatun: A patio program at 10:30
a.m. on Friday. ;
North Margarita Singing in the
achooKcorridor on Friday at 1:30
t South Margarita : A patio pro program,
gram, program, at 10:30 a.m. on Friday,
Coco Solo: j, A program in the
Public Works Building .adjoining
the school at 10:30 a.m.- Tuesday,
Dec, 23. 1
and were reported to be Increasing
ly active. Uncorfirmed reports
said a group of Soviet army officers
ictvuu; riiivcir An oagiiuau iu
train the, Iraqi army in the use
of Soviet weapons. At least two
small shiploads of Svoiet arms are
known to have been delivered. :
"Arab nationalist Baathist Par
ty sources here said their party
sources in Baghdad had informed
them Iraqi' nationalist Rashid Ali
Kilani, his son Mundir Kilanl, 20
middle and junior grade, army of
ficers and Taher Yehia.,head of
the Iraqi security forces, were a-
mong the persons' errested.
- One of Iraq's five army corps
from, which most ef the arrested
officers srere taken, has been.atrip
ped of its automatic weapons and
Vehicle. lh anniwi ,i1 Jfhnv
added that armed groups 'Of ciyl-
uan -peoples : resists nee j umts,
said to be Communist-led, had been
organized in Baghdad and were
searching ars and passers-by at
Sen. Case Predicts
Ike Will Ask llev
Civil Righls Lav
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' WASHINGTON," Dec. 13 Sen
Clifford P. Case (R-N. J.) predict
ed yesterday President Eisenhow
er will ask; Congress next year
for new civil rights legislation.
; Case made the prediction after
conferring with the President for
a -half hour at the White House,
He said .they discussed civil rights
unemployment compensation, ur
ban redevelopment, health and
ompr, legmauve jssues.
The senator declined to sive the
President's Retailed, reactions -but
h said it was obvious that civil
rights problems are "deeply on
his mind." .;'; . v
He aid Eisenhower aooeared
interested in possible legislation
to deal with recent : school and
church bombings aa well ai ef
forts ,to put more !teeth in the cU
vil rights law sassed bv Contrreia
last year,. rii'.',v:.:'. v. .' .''
Case said that ; ha and the Pr
sident. "tdidn't get down to me mechanics'
chanics' mechanics' of how such legislation
might be handled.
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in Sari Francisco
? SAN- NcisCO'lfUPI) JA
mild aftershock of the earth earthquake
quake earthquake that Jarred the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Bay area was recorded on
tne university of California seis seismograph.
mograph. seismograph. -The quake : measured
3-0 .on the Richter scale of 10,
compared to an Intensity of be between
tween between 4.75 and 5.0 recorded for
the big one that roused thou thousands
sands thousands of persons In early, morn-
pregnancy Also Breeds Peculiar Cravings,
LONDON, Deer J3 (UPI)V
"Darling.?1 said the wife walking
her husband in the middle of the
night, ."where do we, keen the me
tal- polish? ,v,-v .V,':
And so the husband learned,
when he told the tale to the fam
ily Aoetttf. "that He probably jwasi
going, to, ee a".iauier.-; ; tj-j
t Metarpolish is pnly one of Ta;
long and bizarre i list' of"t1'crav-:
Ings"; ef (pregnantwomen Collect-'
ed' by the British Medical Journal
here and the medical publication
Obstetrics and Gynecology in the
United States. ., vr-.
The survey, which i was under
niiuiiMmiMiiiiiuiMmiiifi;i-1"f xStrasi nnunninnuaiuwwiimiM) mnmm
THAT 96-IEAR-OLD SMILE is beamed on the camera by Mrs.
Magdalena Zimmerman who believes 'She is the oldest Canal
Zone resident and thinks it Is fitting that this place of honor
should be occupied by a Texan, i . .-.:
r.lrs. r.laSdalcna ZiKimemanrOldest
American On CZ,
Mr. -Magdalena Zimmerman is
a very unusual old lady, ne nas
lived to the ripe age: of SO but
hasn't got the faintest idea why
Most people who attain any
where near her years have a for
mulatto which they attribute their
longevity maybe a bottle of beer
a day or a quick turn round the
block at dawn.
But Mrs. Zimmerman,, whose
90th birthday was celebrated this
week, and who believes she is the
oldest American in the canal
Zone, has no advice for would be
long-livers, except 'keep trying.
lexaft-born mts, Zimmerman is
the mother of Mrs. Louise Mer
chant of Ancon whose husband
works for the Canal's Mainten-
Her birthday party was held on
Wednesday and about 15 friends
camealong with, gifts, including
While House Denies
For Texan O. Henry
WASHINGTON. Dec. 13 (UPI
The White House announced with
regret yesterday that there will be
ndnappy ending to O. Henry's own
.' It said Pres. Eisenhower was
without legal authority to grant
a posthumous pardon to the short
story writer whose j.surp'ise end endings
ings endings .became a landmark in A A-merican
merican A-merican literature
Some 60 years ago, a bank tel-i
ler named William Sydney porter
was imprisoned in Ohio Peniten Penitentiary
tiary Penitentiary or three years for embez embezzling
zling embezzling $854.08 from an Austin, Tex.
hank. He later achieved fame un under
der under the pseudonym of O, Henry.
- He died in 1910.
The Texas Heritage Foundation
recently started a move' to ra ra-move
move ra-move the blot on O. Henry's name.
It argued that he had more than
repaid society for his; crime by
serving time and making his
"matchless contributions" to A
way for a long time; came to the
conclusion that most pregnant
women crave ordinary foods such
as available fruit although a r'
atively1' high; number uralso? want
raw vegetables, candy pickles and
.But there are some who have
serious, crav not, for inert, unu
lual Hem tartgtng frtm moth-:
balls ; to toothpaste, and these
may be aceemeanied yby : e
eemiulion en the part ef the
women te kp their, datiras t-.
eret..f .; .:, . 'J--j?. ; y.
The physicians who reported on
ineir nnctings te tne sritiah Medi'
Enjoys 90th Fete
candy ( and perfume. Her only re regret
gret regret about the party was that she
fell asleep when the birthday
cake was being cut.
Mrs. Zimmerman ,is blind but
nas an, ner other faculties, in ad addition
dition addition to a sharp sense of humor.
She listens to the radio most of
the day and her favorite program
is a late-night horror-story.
' MONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec. IS
( UPI ) The decision bf a judge
to fight a subpena and the resig resignation
nation resignation of voters registrars may
delay' the hearing before the Civil
Rights Commission r on charges
negroes were denied the right to
vote. ' , 1
The commission was scheduled
to make a return performance af after
ter after its first investigation was halt halted
ed halted halfway, through,', the, second
day. The commission was blocked
by defiant Alabama officials who
refused to"" testify khd turn over
voting records. :
Circuit Judge George Wallace,
who refused to appear before the
commission with voting records
of Barbour and Bullock 'countries
he had impounded in October, pre
pared court action to test the le
gality of a second subpena for
nej(t week's! hearts. V
Two Macon county' registrars,
defiant at the first hearing early
thisV. week; resigned their posi
tions xnursqay nignt oefore re
ceiving court orders for the sec second
ond second meeting.
Wilcox county registrars board
chairman R. E. Cook followed suit
and resigned yesterday although
he had not testified earlier,
Wallace took the position tl
commission, an organization
the executive branch of govi
meni, ad ni authority to subi
him or investigate his
since he is a member of thr Judi
ciary branch. fj
cal Journal said th are were only
theories but no, actutl proof as to
why pregnant women want to eat
or smell the foody and substances
they do. :', ?; i f i
They discounted' that it was al always
ways always a natural need for some cal-.
cium and Vitfniin C which tea
women to sek out foods ricb'in
those substSjces. Dr. J. M. Har Harries
ries Harries and Dr X-i F. Hughes of the
Ministry jro Agriculture expressed
belief the cravings were possibly
sychological as physio-
Fire ciiefs in Panama and the Canal Zone havf
given an assurance to worried oarents that the Chicoao
school fi-e disaster is not likely to have a parallel on the
A rev;ew of oossible fire
has reveaied that fire precautions in all schools are ade adequate.
quate. adequate. '.;-;.f,; v ; j
This contrasts with many cities in the United States
who have hurriedly looked into t-h
schools jj fcund many potential terror traps jSucb as
the Chicago parochial school in which 87 rhA A
three nuns died recently.
l a number of schools n
by Fire Co.Tmiisioner Edward
nazaras u"i reporrs.
Cavanagh said one of the
schools, the Jacob David Hebrew
School In. Manhattan; had no
certificate of occupancy, had a
defective fire eescape, was filled
with, rubbish and evidently, had
never heard of requirements for
fire drills- .;''
-He also Increased school: Jin.
spectlon forces toy nearly W.pe
cent,, ordering ome. 5 fti more
companies to join m aaiety cnn-
means of preventing' a disaster
similar to the Chicago holocaust.
In both Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, however, fire chiefs
. gave' an assurance today that
regular Inspection were car carried
ried carried out and conditions were
considered satisfactory In all
canal Zon if Ire division and
t.h school, authorities give con
stant attention to fire, safety but
they said that no special inspec
tion had been made locally as a
rfesuU of the Chicago fire.
It was emphasized that local
schools are not subject to the
same fire hazards a schools in
colder climate where there Is
artificial heating and closed-
4na a MtnefvnAtf nfl
Canal Zone Fire Chief WUHanC
Dolan listed th following ore?
cautions taken in all Canal Zoi
Vinnl TVis Inelnrlft TT.
Schools, Latin-American schop
Vest Berlin Grptip
Join To Maintain
rppttn ne ly(TJPI) West;
J-' ihm lat.il
est threat contained in a aeciar-;
ation by theofficial Soviet news
agency Tass which promised the
horrors ofjJtomic war if any at
tempt were made to break a new
blockade y this encircled city
The parties followed up witn a
The'iity's Christian Democrats
announced they have accepted in
invitation from Mayor Willy
npT. S social uemurraia i J"
The Socialists gained a clear
fWaiority in municipal elections and
could have set up a one-party
. i i ii Christian Democrats
they would accept the inivitatitfn
I.. . ; f
r out oi a consciousness oi. jt .ra-
iTMtmibilitT for Berlin ind,
of the threats to Berlins
had a cravalg for fruit, mostly
sour green apples. This was more
than double the next craving-for
vegetables, 105 cases. Then came
iv casea ui cauuy anu do ui yiv yiv-kled
kled yiv-kled .foods. There were 193 re
ports of women who developed an
aversion to things they usually
liked, such as tea, tobacco,, cof coffee
fee coffee and marmalade, during preg
nancy. . :
One woman reported she had a
craving for dog biscuits. Others
said they wanted to chew, drink
or smell coaL soap, disinfectant,
gasoline, tar, chalk and wood.
New York have betn closed
F. Cavanagh becaise of fire
SSSo? e prchiaI teh001.
. Monthly inspections by Fire
Division official nnsGi. It-'
hmrds which Inight exist .in
ciosets, supply fooms, stairways
and classroomsif V
, Inspection jb fire fighting,
,A,regulaP Report 4 these taw taw-Mctlonwaichii
Mctlonwaichii taw-Mctlonwaichii -ls ent to the ''.
Jffll re In session,
fire drills jre given unannounc-
f children are checked l
on the tne it takes them to -emerge
from the buUdlng and
the maAner in which they be-
hav dnrlng the Arin Aft..
simulated hazards are created,
ow,u ma me DiocKing ;. of 8tair
tafin Am. Con.ab
Promise To Help
WASHINGTON, Dec 13 (ITPI)
The 21 An.erican ReDuhlic h.v
ended a four-week economic con.
ference with a new pledge from
President Eisenhower that the
United States will do its hr
help Latin America solve, its' prt-
The President's nlerfcMt w
of the highlights of yesterday's
closing meeting of the "Commit
tee of 21," which has been seel in
ways of ridding the hemisphere
Eisenhower's messacre. mail fc
j C; Dou1" DiN. undersecretary
"t VL e-"u"niic wiairs. saia
of the whole of the free world.
as Americans, I am sure that
we all share a confidence in-the
future of this hemisphere and thar
we are determined to press for
wad with the concrete measures
necessary to make mter-Amerie-an
cooperation in tie eonomie
field as fruitful as it las been ia
tne political field."
Dillon, said that despite its World
wide commitments, "the United
States will nevjf forget the needs
of any of itssister republics."
Hun 'Dead' AM 7
JDies In Ireland
just nort ut m
DUBLIN, Ireland, Dec.
(UPI American-born nun whe.
once was certiflea "aeaq ana
was sealed in a coffin for burial
died here last night three months,
short of Hr 100th birthday.
Sister Delphine St. Paul Keush
niaa m oirl nf 17 In Tletroit when
she was pronounced dead of ty typhoid
phoid typhoid fever. Her coffin had been
closed, aut nerster asKed that
it be reopened for a last fareweU.
She noticed, signs of' life, v
When nursed back s to. health.
the girt decided to beeeroe a nun
and left the; United States for
Brittany, where she joined the Or
der of the Little Sisters of tne
Poor, She spent most of bet, lift
in Ireland: : vr'-e
At her death in a convent at
Kllmainham, she was tha eldest
member of the order. Sh woui
have been 100. next Harcfe I.
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themselves lorward Ilka Governor Potter's Picture in the news-
.' MpenTiind now pretend to be the authentic voice of the Local
SSe -re some of the utterances of this 'authentlo rolce'':
h pieced to acknowledge receipt of your (Harold W.
. tvriai tatter datea Hern 1. m xn wu ju yri
? ffiuty to Sept the pSst of Attantic-side ar to 9OT
" Hilton Murrav'i brainchild then newly-formed) since, as you
data you !tSfio with, the problems which condor
- us m employes of the Canal Zone. This frank sta g
acterlstic of your honesty, and unlaueln our midst. -Jose Cs
tlllo, till recently president of Local 907
J. "We have been telling our membership all along. . and
have tried to convince the government of Panama ... that there
wV abMlutSv no preparations being made to Increase wages to
olfset toe S ofPcommissary privileges. We e time ad
' time aealn be?n told by the Governor of the Panama Canal that
: ffire were no such provisions. Why the President of the Re Re-nubllc
nubllc Re-nubllc of Panama hold, to the opposite belief Is more than we
?an radersUnd .1 am glad that &e efficient Assistant Secre Secre-,
, Secre-, : t$y7t thXmi -'toSA H. Roderick) deemed It wise to co me
- out bluntly to confirm our conclusion." Harold W. Rerrie, py
then chairman of Local 900. t...Hf
t 8 Four cents an hour in May and five cents i December,
1958. or nine cents In all "equals the 13 percent purchasing pow pow-'
' pow-' li lost (by Local Raters) with the elimination of commissary
; privileges W. to those of you who wtil not be uHering this
' losV a rent Increase. I will try to keep the prices at par with
i Washington. D.C Gov. William E. Potter,
r WT4 5jiow us to Uke this opportunity of congratulating you
(Potter) and your staff for the honest and unbiased manner In
which a most unpleasant task that of reducing and reas reas-I
I reas-I sig nine employes on the non-citizen rolls of the Panama Canal
COmpany-was accomplished. While the Immediate reaction of
i thbemployes Involved was one of dismay, It was encouraging
; to note the way in which these v&rtou4 actions were accepted.
t Harold W. Rerrie writing of an operation which left employes
with more than 18 years of Canal service seeking work, while
; favored employes with less than six months service remained
' on the roUs tnJlt wltnoilt the active support coming
I from the Canal Zone Administration and officlaU of the Civil
.. Service Commission, particularly Governor Potter and Andrew
W. W. Ruddock, It would have been extremely difficult for u to
f come undertha coverage of this plan. It marked the fulfillment
I of our long-held aspiration to have this very liberal benefit .-
tended to our people. v.-
I "It Is a matter for profound regret that a large number of
(WAE) employes will not qualify for inclusion In the Civil Serv Serv-4cv
4cv Serv-4cv Retirement System. ... .,
. ."Weido hope, however, that even though thii conlrtbutlon
of $5,000,000 made by the Canal Zone Administration to the Ci Civil
vil Civil service Retirement Fund represents a considerable expendi expenditure
ture expenditure on the part of the Administration in behalf of our people,
,'t will not serve to adversely affect our efforts to get wage in in-.
. in-. "creases in the near future for non-U.S. citizen employes.
' "If the workers insist on acting on their own they can only
blame themselves for any adverse actions which will no doubt
be taken against them. It would be sorrowful if the Balboa
dockers end up being heroes before their fellow workers, though
-- their actions result only In their families begging on the streets
for a living while what the dockers peneve to De a msionc. ne ne-roic
roic ne-roic feat goes down in history as the greatest error ever com committed
mitted committed by workers on the Canal Zone.
"If any workers cannot be taken Into.. the retirement
scheme, the union is asking for them to be paid overtime after
eight hours a dayV'-Rerrie and WHMaro H. filndatr.
t offer Van followlnff further extracts from here and' there: :
nr. fulbrlghti it la my
rlvil Service RetireVie,nt Act has. covered aU employes, includ including
ing including foreign employed
"Mr. Carlson: Tkat Is correct.
"Mr. Fulbright: j do not know why the Panamanian em employe
ploye employe should be discriminated against.
t "Mr. Carlson: There are nrobably 80.000 or 40,000.,8uch em-
Moyes foreign cltlzefns. This
However, new legislation will Be sought to coyer Panamanian
workers who will, as has been mentioned, no doubt supplant our
, own citizens as time goes, on."
Then there is this statement by one T. G. Walters: "If we
broaden the provisions ofUhe retirement scheme to blanket in
non-citizens of the U.S. who are employed by the U.8. govern government
ment government the wocedure would strengthen the argument that our
Ffleral retirement fund is financially unsound ... It seems to
me that since the Republic of Panama has a Social Security
program r,ome form of cooperation might be worked out to lib liberalize,
eralize, liberalize, if necessary, Panama's Social Security program to where
it could fully and properly eover those Panamanians employed
by the VJS. government in the Canal Zone."
And this from the Bureau of the Budaret: ; 'The employes
some 7942 regular full-time, aljr
1404 aocK worms ana si4 aecx
Comoany would be within the
hut because they are employed
busls would be excluded from
of May 1. 1942. it is intended to seek amendment of that Exec
i'tlve Order to permit coverage of the WAE employes. Such ac
tlon Is Indicated since they would otherwise be left without any
retirement or assistance plan after elimination of the Cash Re Relief
lief Relief Act which now applies to them. The earnings of these em
ployes are not such as would permit them to set aside savings
to provide for themselves in old age... it is desirable to eover
the WAE employes since their service would in fact be full time
except lor administrative reasons sucn as lacx oi worx, weatn weatn-'
' weatn-' er, etc."
Knur VinDmi Psnil nurcnnnpl ArmrtM W.HvimTA A Ttnnlftn
"Inasmuch as this group of employes wouldiave no retirement
coverage whatsoever If the Cash Relief Act were cancelled, it is
proposed to seek authority from the Civil Service Retirement
Commission to Include them under the Civil Service Retirement
Act by administrative aotlon...
--. U.S. Government agencies, In j Addition to complying with the
.Memorandum of Understandings Reached, an opportunity to
' .v bring under one set of procedures the large and Important group
4? "ederal employes who In the past have been under pay and
jm4wU19b.uv( produces uia.i i ucoi, are aeacnucu lcicrogvii'
y is thtny opinion It Is unpardonable collaboration for the lead
vers of the local-rate unions to sympathize, as they do in their
"correspondence with a corporation that made $1,764,237,650
'from 1942 to 1956 and paid out little more than one-tenth of
minis gross in wages.
'' Balboa Heights said that the canal Administration "will
, ;.glve sympathetic consideration to the request of the stevedores,
i j and some decision will be reached within a reasonable period."
i W n contrast, I Recall the headlines in some local papers in
r;May, 1953, recording" that "there have beei Informal meetings
t among various groups of U.S.-rate employes to discuss a legal
pn. ,.-way or impeaing tranic .tnrougn
. flUR 1 A 1 a 1
Krcaa uw iinpunance oi weir worK nere... Tne Panama canai
is channel of commerce hrough which our (VS.) Industrial
Uleblood flows. It is a channel just as essential to mcderri Amer
lea as orange groves are to Florida, oil and natural ga to Tex
as, and wheat to Kansas and
away or limit their activity and you place a severe handicap on
the economic, political and social miracle that is modern
Letters were sent to Potter
J958. ana were followed by a
level In the canal Zone Administration outlining the grave
eoneent of union officials about the problems af fectlnc the doek
woraera. aecananaa ana part
Supply Division. Since union officials have been attempting to
find a solution to this problem they have been warning of ever
since (he treaty was signed Jan. 35, 1955, and since thVvmaJorlty
of the dock' workers seem to have Just come to realize what is
olne on. it would appear that the union's aetlvitlaa harf n in.
fluence with the two money-making
wonoer me woraxrg necraea to
tlon of their "guardian angel"
, committee to start working out
tann by me stevedores was commended in every corner save
r4' those Inhabited by footsie-playing puppets.
' Whlla tJha "flanta rlanc
rial's "within a reasonable period" reply the stevedores have
seen the following take place; creation of a flrst-40-hour over
time system; enanges in leave computation; rr
dock, shin and pool cmrr fewer nersonnal at
. more and more work-through
. .7, atalHaMaa 4.4I1 ua .mm.lt.
,:! IWTfUWH W1A1 Hk DniUQU
.. 9 i J
r- 18 BO
undertendlnrtat nce 9 the
treaty will extend that coverage.,
about 800 part-time, also about
nanas oi tne Panama uanai
f cope of the Retirement Act,
to a When Actually Employed
the Act by Executive Order 9154
The proposed, act will ftive the
tne Canal to impress upon Con
the Midwest. Take anv of these
on Aug. 30, 1957, and Oct. 17
number of conference at verv
problema affecting the doek
- rims and wak amninvea of the
bureaus. In that case, no
aivesi inamseives oi tne pro tec
-unions and' instead' elected t
their own problems. The stand
Tfnlnn" .nnUnnti tn .(. If n.
at each shift; tl
1DQ AjOM raLirRITlflnii
NEW YORK. (17)
By ROBERT C. BTJARK
A well weathered friend of
mine dropped by" tbe bouse the
other day his face split in a grin,
and said he had some wonderful
news. I judged Ms retirement nao
fooe off all right, that they had
tnrown him a banquet, made him
speech, given him a present,
and now he was all set to eat
bait of lotus for the rest of his
"That's it, hey?" said L "No
more work for good old Zeke."
That ain't It,? said good old
Zeke. "They got. me a new
with a subsidiary company
run for. ten years. I can quit any
time I want to the retirmtint
dough is plenty but Just hint,
boy, they want me for another
I thought plenty. Here is a ruy
Is a guy who could sit, in a land
he loves, where living is easy, and
live like a king on about $800 a
month retirement pay after 30
years wlu tne same outfit And
he's kicking up his heels like s
colt at the Idea of working again
even before Ae retired formally.
I thought it was pretty wonderful
uaVI twin MVfT, WWU W
urge to die in harness instead of
rwi mi J1t a tm m auto Mam'a
aimlessly in a pasture is Detng
mere fully gratified by many ma mater
ter mater companies who are either re rehiring
hiring rehiring or dindlng other employ
ment for compulsory reurea, pen pensioned
sioned pensioned people. ; f.
Often it is part-ame work, nut
also often it is a full-time new po
sition. And quite often Che pension
is paid In addition to the salary
or wage In the September Song
There is nothing much sad
der than the picture of an aging
man with nothing to do, after s life
of accustomed toil. Quite fre
quently they just wither- away, bor
ed to death.
The tendency of big aornora-
tions to find new work for the old old-timers
timers old-timers Is laudable, and would be
lot easier a somebody wouia
iuit straighten out a complete stu
pidity in the Social Security Ad
ministration, wmcn says that a
man drawing his Social Security
benefits can't earn more than $1,-
200 a year outside w he loses
his accrued dough.
Yet. even more nonsensically, a
man past 72 ean draw his Social
Security and earn as much as a
billion dollars a year, if he, is
able. To make this differentiation
between the ages of 85 and 72
seems just a touch insane, not to
I read a piece the other day
quoting Dwight S. Sargent, per personnel:
sonnel: personnel: director of Consolidated E-
dison, as saying: ;'Many older
people' would wok for .work and
find it if the Soclsl Security were
changed to provide i .an": inventive
to work instead of a penalty."
one of the chief difficulties in
placing the reared worker is that
Social Security restriction. It's sad
Because a man aoie to earn oo
week, which would nullify his
Social Security payments, would be
adding a spot of real luxury to
his fading yeart, plus an interest
in work which would keep bim
from dying oq the vine.
I never eared much for com-
pulsory retirement or compul
sory anything else, for that mat
ter but there is a lot of juice
left in a great many gents at 85
today, and it seems a shame that
every effort can't be made1 to al
them to be productive citi
zens, to capitalize on their skills.
without subjecting them to penal
ty on money they've already paid
into the government's till.
iwaimy, i don't minx it s a
good idea to stifle initiative by
aw or private aecree, ana u a
man wants to work himself to
death it's his business so long as
he puns ins weight, social securi
ty or no Social Security.
i ve naa a mess ox mau on uus
Social Security business lately and
I tmnk the government might do
weti to consider three points on
which all the correspondents seem
to be m accord; 1
1. The government has no right,
legal or ethical, to set a ceiling
on earnings, after a person be
's a ContaflexM
arid It's made
I.:.. ..1 .1
. THE SUNDAY
Half a Columnr-More or, Less
A RANGOON ', ',-MIRRY
MIRRY ',-MIRRY CHAJSTMt v
That is whai you tll s Merry
Christmas from Rangoon, Burma.
The delicate rice paper card from
Lewi and Evelyn Mows cannot
be reproduced, but nere are ex-
eertpts from; an lncluture that
will interest taeir miay irianaa m
Panama. : .'
first imagine living in a "com "com-nound.'
nound.' "com-nound.' housing 12 adults and 14
children, at the 8th mile post on
the Road to Mandalay,'? where
the ilywg fishes play, and the
dawn comes up like thunder c-ut
of China "cross the by?"' v: :
Jtveiyn wntes; iney serve us
loyally sad wa help them bear
their burdens. far these have
included birth, desth. 9CcideM,
miscarriage, illness, dew aw a
f,Casa Moora is a hundred yard
from the airport Ughway- m a
dirt road leading w wu .f
monastery, .Opposite us Is auoth.
er 'kyaung,' this one r prlmsry
ichool with patterned palmleaf
walls. One of those bssha hut vil village
lage village lies beyond,, end, since loud loud-speakers
speakers loud-speakers are the reigning idols,
we are grstoful for air-condition.
ed privacy on xesuvai
"Soon after daybreak lines .of
villagers start crossing our hcri hcri-son,
son, hcri-son, the men off to work carrytag
shoulder-slung Shan bags, the
women with jars of ..water and
loads of flrtwooa on tnew n.
ChUdren in vivid longyil father
in the schoolyard. Boys and girls,
men and women, ? w..r
J.:-. luiaiM thir laes. again
they pull them over their heads,
whire they flap tbout their faces
like Red in-Koodespe.
"A drive to town u
.ir viiiai and then along
lakeside homes, docks and pretty
There is W fZXS&
WTh. whole city isvHke a besrd besrd-ed
ed besrd-ed gentleman who
barber-and. a bath. Before we
have driven a mile we usually
?ms' the first dead dog. T
&. ownerless curs, .csnnot be
dtroyed to. a u iw.
They gthe-m pae -
the moon aw avn -wUh
broods of skinn, pupp n are
a heart-weaxipg "Z?r
"We pass cows being led to pas
tures, r ruminaung vu
corner, rues oi r.-- -bage
become more frequent as
we near the city, Crowi sri i fur
b niohtinoiles. and' share
witottwsp:rrowssU the PW Jiff
we have discovered.
,tt ..... it i. tha nassinc hu
. mhirh makes each
..; an adventure; ihft
graceful women in flowered Ion Ion-gyis,
gyis, Ion-gyis, with chains of fresh asmme
in their hair; the pert top-knotted
children, their skin often coated
i,u k..i.Va a whlta or yellow
wniar Bround from fragrant
tree-bark, and used as a cosme cosmetic;
tic; cosmetic; the shaven, o".-
monks, many earrying big fM
...,U fh.tr a-.ai when they
.... .m.i.- Indian women W
..in. UneUnt earrings
noserings, finger wd toerings,
their men. in a JftTft!
unless they have fdW 5?
checked longyi of tht Burmes
male. The longyii of students, and
club-women often show their afft-
comes eligible for and receives
Social Security payments.
4 vmi ahnuld be able to take
out' what you personally paid in
after reaching eitgioiuty, evea
you. want it in a lump sum.
3. Money paid in by employes
should accrue to widow, children
or estate, put not the money paid,
hi by employers. r;
After all there really la nothing
in the Constitution that demands
that you be a ward of the state,
tiy Zeiss (Ikon...
tU4 h Beg
I MKAIUUl ft. P.
liations. and when an Iron Cur-
.ala diplomat- arrives, the airport
iiazed with red. -
"ine street hydrants are used
for baths and alunury. M aaa
cmldrea ,miu sou sptasa; woia-
ea wasa uuur aaur auu extxa gar gar-mftOs.
mftOs. gar-mftOs. Waue batning, tney re remove
move remove their blouses, having deftly
fastened tneir longyis above tne
breasts.' Atterwarus a dry longyi
is pulled over toe head, nd tae
wet one fall to the ground. Tois
procedure takes place aU day
lout u over town, and is accom
panied by much light hearted
"We pass market sellers, en
route to their stalls, the women
carrying their loads on their
heads, tha men on their backs.
Toys. and paper-flowers are fas fastened
tened fastened to poles, like gay Christmas
trees, y."men carry their folded
umoreuas on tneir head,., and
ttrou cheerfully,, puffing st big
wniie eneroots. Ana. sine life
and death to ha-d in hand, we
pass canopied caskets, set out to
the parkway to wait the hour of
"As we near tha eity tha traf
fic Increases, There are, buses,
too overloaded for deen breathinff:
military lorries (already we have
prooaoiyfBeea stopped by an Ar
ray pairvu pastel Chevrolet! like
our own, bigger, shinier and show
ier than anything else on the
road; smal European and Japa-
cars; ana swarms of tris tris-shawi
shawi tris-shawi and borsedrawn gharries.
Thtrlsbaws are bicycle with
sidecars. Most carriage are low,
round-roofed carts open at the
most of the city's passetgers.
"Outside the area of Govam.
ment buildinn. th rtnumfmun
tion is onr huge mirket, the peo people
ple people selling in, sidewalks, in gut.
ters, to tempoary stalls. Book,
sellers display iheir wtres on the
sidewalks and under covered r.
cades. Barbers set up stalls in
"Towsrds noon the food-sellers
arrive; they establish portable
stoves, hoist their awnings and
are ready with the Barman's dai dai-ly
ly dai-ly meal of rice, supplemented by
Such side dishes as fish, chicken,
prawns of vegetables, all highly
spiced and sauced. By nightfall
hundreds of these restaurants
have spread throughout the busi.
ness district, and here, sitting on
folding chairs, the Burmaa may
dine, chat with his fr'snds,v and
read his newspaper by candlelight.
"So far we ha v, shown you a
eity going to seed. This I' not the
whole picture. A few well-design-
edJmfr'J,ullain nv be
added the Eneering College, the
Technical High School, some fac factories,
tories, factories, the airport. If local and
world politics Will permit, this pe pe-riod'
riod' pe-riod' of indecision should com to
an end, and a neater, sweeter ei eity
ty eity guit the destinies of a clean clean-er,
er, clean-er, greener land, to misquote a
'This is Rangoon, our city. Out Outside
side Outside the town roads ars bad, ho
tels are poor, insurgents sometines
threaten -and foreign trs take few
unnecessary trips. We are : a
small United Nations from both
sides of the Iron Curtain. At least
50 are here for the U.N. The ent
hassles have several hundred
more. There are the missionaries.
Most of to( rest ere advisers.
"A few British busfnessmen re remain,
main, remain, serving former Brit is h
firms which haa turned into
joint venture projects with the
Burmese Government. There are
East aad West' Germans, Indians
and Pakistani, Scandinavians and
Jugoslavs. Panam and RCA are
the only U.S. firms with Resident
American employes. 1
f'SInn' 1911 TAMS-Burma hai
been engineering adviser te the
Burmese Government, .At present
there are ao foreign engineers on
eur staff including specialist in
irrigation, Industry, rice .willing,
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Now and Then
cement mills, and transporation.
Yney make studies and reports,
and supervise construction a,
dams, cement and sugarmuls, and
water systems. - ;
'Lewis came as chief technical
adviser but sites early September
be has avted as general manager.
No sooner had he Uken over
than the .300 local employes, dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied over certain contract
terms,- went on strike. The walk walkout
out walkout included drivers and "steno "stenographers
graphers "stenographers so Evie toinporaruy jus justified
tified justified her existence. At I write,
the strike is in arbita'ors bands
and the workers are back on the
job. The psychological difference!
between Fa and West have nev never
er never seemed rider; equally. Lewis'
.conciliatory spirit has never been
put to better use.
Lewis Moore wss one of the Car
nal officials, who got the axe when
HmlnisTritinn snt the
utar Peter Bcasley down as
hatrhat man I'm sure that "Tlis
linany, friends will be pleased ; to
know hat ne wa a gopu goo,
Korea with the United 'Nations
and now seems to be doing well
While on the subiect of Merry
Christmas I would like to end a
ki a naa tn S.Set. Robert J. Jac
Sues and his wife, Doa, end their
ire children A Albrook Field,
because' they had the tcprsge and
goodness W auopt at vm w
three Costa Rican orphans.
The sameWg Merry Christmas
.., National Guardsman Vi-
iuvai ku wife Nalsa: and their
children. Guardsman ;, VUlarreal
ur.i wumded in courageously ear-
rvine out his duty and maoe
almost miraculous recovery in
; TWO SOLOIIRS KltUED
FRANKFURT,1' Ger tany (UPI)
The 3rd Armored Division en.
nounced yesterday that two sold sold-I
I sold-I war' Villprt when their ieeps
vMHeil of an icv road ana
nluneed down an- embakment
during maneuvers at "Wildflecken.
Thav wera identified as FIC.
Thomas U 1 Tnruw. a, m,
Lancaster, Ohio, and Pfc, Rob
ert F. Terra, 23, or uriagewater,
LIP SERVICE Though she I
may not know it, milady has!
helped solve a problem lor iu iu-'ture
'ture iu-'ture spacemen eating in space.
Inspired by an ordinary lip lipstick,
stick, lipstick, right, Swift and Co. re research
search research scientists have come up
with a dispenser containing
solid food, left. One shown
contains sausage. Clamped on
the face piece of a pressure
helmet, the spacemen would
turn the bottom of the holder to
bring the food to his mouth, c ;
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POLTROONS AND BL0WHAKD3. It is iirtv to dia-
cus$ at any length the project to grant th molt atriklnj
ornamenutiori pf WHy bar ir J titreet temporary abode
gradlou; adornment to tha bar of tha Tivoli Gueat
rtousa during such time at the
-r- i, 1 awuiiMlllg..,
. I would not car for it to ba thought that I w&$ try trying
ing trying to divart the tides and currents of morfam art ehart-
ea by that group of avanta guard Intorlpr dteoratora laudad
among architactt and homa designers tha world around
S Service Center, Progressives. I leave this urtiatie auea-
tion ontlraly, in their sensitive
j yp tor discussion Instead is 'the cast of.tw Canal
2ent probltms which perversely refrain from just going
away. So many problems tlo, whan, akilfylly ignored, that
.i.uai, & jfreai Duraen o tnoat' conesrnad 10 awaita
aCh hew jdav tO hote the COntlnifl nraaanna fm Ral.
boa High School, and (b) Albrook Field.
Attention has again been focussed on tha BHS vs.
Albrook marathon, by Friday' publication of i-wotMocu-mwteafsiy
by BHS .Junior, Jana ShanardhiflhJafVfrra
with tha understanding that there wouldn't b too much
oinerence between trying to rarn Algebra In BHS Ven a
good flying day and trying to learn it en tha launching pad
at CapaXMavaral.,; .; tfv .
Jane's tSSav Cama to thc Hantlnn (if itirt Pantfi
Civic Council prosidsnt Sam Roa,.whoJt wondrowaly well well-quahfied
quahfied well-quahfied to sea that, tha newly-elected councilman ara not
..a.iucMn.g ,n oiscyssing and hollaring for action on tha
various Issues they deem to ba in tha community Interest,
- Meseems wa can look forward to some interesting
squirming in and about tha Administration Building In th
months to coma, as Ros't Roughridars ast about waking
clear to tha powrs-that-ba that despite Canal Zonlans
muta and mumbling performance of lata, they ars no mora
merchandise in a captive alave market than they were in
construction days jtnd the early operating years.-
Whether Balboa Heights, under assault by Roe's
Roughrldere, will ever. come to rank topographically and
historically with San Juan Hill is another thing again. Fidel
Oastro ls said to have a reasonably tight grip on San Juan
Hill these days anyway, and It would ba improper for me
to speculate in any .manner whatsoever aa to the, possibil possibilities
ities possibilities of the rugged; Cerro Ancon having anything n com common
mon common with the ruggetf-Siarra Maestra. if s 4 v
, For ona thing, the airstrips ln the Cierra Maestra are
camouflaged and eecret. There Is no secret ab6ut Cerrt
Aneon's neighborhrg Albrook, but there ,seem., te .be all
sorts of, camouflage about a three-year-old statement; Ro
and his fellow councilmen attribute to former Canal Zone
Gov, John S, Seybold 4o the effect that everything waa
then set for the Air Force to move its transport operations
over to Howard Field. v
This could be another case of the 10 percent who do
not get the word. The 10 percent in this instance seems to
be the Air Force. Ae best tha Pabifie Civic Council can
find out, the Air Force has no money to bring the Howard
runway up to the standards necessary; to handle Ipadetl
transport planes. Albr.0k, 's a problemtWTll "d'ontiniie to
abstain from going away, and Jane Shanard wilf continua
to get the fillings in, her, teeth rattled at planes: land and
take off over her school. r
The school authorities themselvee have come up with
an Intriguing counter to the problem of the closeneis of
the Albrook runway. They
nuaiLurium rigni in ine AiorooK Tiigni pain wmcn win no:
1, About half big enough to seat the tu derjt body let
alone such parents as are permitted on the reservation' on
various occasions; 1
It About half high enough to snag the planes clawing
their clamorous way out of Albrook's confines in the mid middle
dle middle of tome faculty member's exhortation to the students
not to smoke marijuana without filter tips, because the
seeds will get stuck in their teeth. :;
Could be that plans include a steeple upon the audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium. It wouldn't oa any Vnore gaofy than ether aspects
of this Albrook. vs. High School go-around. v
So far as I can see. the Immediate reaction-to any
recrudescence Of "Shift the school or shif the airport"
talk is for both the school and the Air Eorce to smartly
root themselves more firmly to their present spot. I have
no knowledge as to how many Irishmen are guiding the
destinies of the respective organizations, but the course of
the conflict Indicates about 98 percent at the policy-making
As the thing has gone along so far, I expect the Air
Force answer to the inadequate auditorium Will be an in inadequate
adequate inadequate axtertsion of the runway over the road and the
railway to Roosevelt Avenue. 'Don't tell me it would be
incongruous to have the Christmas shippers special train
to Colon huffing back and forth.; acrots the. runway. It
wouln't. be any jnore incongruous than the evaporation
without trace.of a former; ifovernor't declaration that the
Ait- Force was right about to,. move Its eavy:perat;lona to
Howard, nor the building of an inadequate high eeheol
tiiditriMm;.ama'c)lr::0H tt ;Alprel(:.ppreh;' w;-;
' .) I would say that right about now the,3 Air Force- has
the' strategle edge en the School Division. Their ace-ln-the-hOle?
Surely, a declaration th,at Albrook must be kept
ui operational! readinest Igalnst the da When a Berlin Berlin-ftyle
ftyle Berlin-ftyle aiHift may be necessary to keep the Canal Zone In
the JNew Zealand beef to which It is accustomed, after the
proposed extension of Panamanian territorial waters to
the 12-mile-limit outs off the
from direct access to the high seas.
V Can't Imgrine what 'the schools division would come
tip with to counter that one,
thinr. that's for sure. Thlt fights going to go tht.dis tht.dis-tanee.
tanee. tht.dis-tanee. ; ; x ,.' i
peprjY'S PEERLESS' PORTENT this week Is the
' dollars bv which the United Fund mantveH tn souert
past Its-target AnH if vn have nv.fmillnK hout th
portent come 11 VcloflV h mrtrn'"" lt vour rn wretch wretch-fault
fault wretch-fault for not giving the United Fund more. Or less.
ii i, i 1 '.
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ITJKDAY, DECEMBEB It, IS
Hi Potman", x
4 Strait wall is dry.foR ro'
ha'nd.. ;. ; .'
are hard at Work building an
three-mile-limit Canal Zone
But thevfll think of iSome-
SUKDAY, DECEMBER 14 1958
THE SUNDAY JtMBETClSTv
f -.COSIE TO BpunFULtr
AT CARNIVAL TDIE .k
the carefree:, cay city
of Central America
4 kV, l P
rx. p m m
DIGNITARIES ftom 17 American KepubUcs turned cut to witness the scmi-an nual commencement exercises ,of the United State -Jinny Caribbean School
which were held recently at the' Fort .Cmllck Theater. Some 334 i students wer e honored at the ceremonies. ,, y , y (tyS. Army Photo)
LONDON. Dec. 13 '-Sir Vivian
Fuchs has been answering critics
who' complained that Jus book,
"The Crosiw- o Antartica," con contain
tain contain not enough hufflMutterest
"AtLondon literary Mcbeon,,
he conceded they mig!ht Height,
but said he, took PL
meat. "If you go travelling'
So? afford, to W emotions., from
hour to hour, nd. day to W.
Sir Vivian k said ttat ; Ms-tea rt
was nicked vAth this In nund. He
didhot g mereiybr paper quali qualifications.'
fications.' qualifications.' He needed; te; see bi
meh in the flesh, i. If you look lik?,
your .passport, photograph, the
diances are wrm weU
enough to travel." ; ri
.This IcV saUy,;goU weTl-desery-ed
laugh, partly, no doubt be-
cause-ii,is sq iruC. x yjrjr;
reflect the prosperity of the com community
munity community as. a, whole.
As tne nation s money-maker.
the Royal Mint has. come out with
interesting' 'coinage figures in iis
report fqc 1957)-; The amount of
coin in circulation, in tne united
Kingdom at the end of last year
was$512;736,000;' represented by
.Altogether 299,703,190' coins
were, struck, including over two
million golden sovereigns, the first
to be coined 1 since 1952. They
were minted In order ; to hold part
of. the National pold Reserves in
coin and to maintain the skill of
u i Thatrieal Statistics
Statistics of a vastly different
kind-come up with monotonous re regularity
gularity regularity at this time every year.
I ;refer to tne world, records -.
iners so often nave we breaking, play. "The Mousetrap,
illusioned rt critics 5""5. the, detective thriller by
to peer: at so msuj Christiar. 'which has now
' I had Deen wonaeruig
and more people in -the;... United
Kirigdom"' look so ; much abetter
than any, passport picture until,
. i t ..... .iAanfnrl uriin
tms-weeK, i was yi"' yi"'-thi
thi yi"'-thi latest "Bulletin For Industry",
prepared by Her Majesty's Trea Treasury.
sury. Treasury. i
- Tha icamera jnay lie, but there
Is no disguising in the flesh the
tell-tale signs of good eatmff and
According Ito 4he Bulletin the
nation has bounced ahead since
1953,' when the'last Vestiges of food
tatioriing stiH lingered -to plague
Now, whatever our Incomes, we
are 1 -eating a good deal more
butter, eanned fruit, sugar, meat,
cheese and eggs. In an -almost
emotional strain at' least by sir
Vivian Fuchf' standards -r, the
Treasury describes the 51 percept,
running eontmuosiy at uaiaon s
Ambassadors ..Theatre -tor six
Seen W" thousands of overseas
Buestr.i,"The Mousetrap" scored
its 2,500th .performance this No
vember entered its seventh year,
and now has its sixth leading
lady, Heather Chasen.
The 'play has been produced! in
IT different ,countries, including
Poland, and.,ran lor 1,000 mgnts
' Durins the London run 160 de
tective note-books, have been filled
On the stage a carpet, arm-
chaif and settee have been worn
out and replaced: live' .iiuiidred-
weights of salt poupded up to re-
resent enow and 2fso cigars
tave been smoked.
liter copsuptioh as sen
Margarine, of the other hand,
has been slipping downhill since
Since rationing ceased; the aver average
age average weekly -expenditure ief per-
; JL X I .1 L -a- U 11
son in juuu w auuns nw py a
percent from $3.17 to $3.93, Food
prices went, up in that time on
average by about 17 percent.
There (.was thus a 'real intrease
In food purchases-of about six
We ate a good deal less bread,
Jam, flour and potatoes. The fall
in potatoes and bread, says the
- report, is a long-term trend, nor normally
mally normally associated witt. risings liv living
ing living standards in any advanced
; country. ,
The fruft figures', I Tmagine re"
fleet this, too. There was, a "slight
dtop'in our consumption of fresh
fruit,, but the demand for canned
varieties, soared, upwards .by 44
percent. X, .A
The Treasnry" scribes this to
the growing'preferencefor labor'
saving foods, and we all know
that lahnr-sa vine fivmhnlirAjl Kv
the can-opener) is the hall-mark
" of" modern civilization.
Rationing, though everyone hat hated
ed hated its disciplined austerity did
one good thing': :.t it heightened our
appreciation i of the better living
which we enjdy today, and which
we' share with the- million o?
more overseas visitors who an annually
nually annually explore Britain's hotels and
restaurants'. ': I
More neoole. M sefnt."nnw pwe
food its rightful place in the
scheme of things. I can remem-
her years back' when London cle
were content witn a zo minute
midday -"snack", washed down
with a coffee or half pint of eeer.
The Office Management Asso Association
ciation Association has lust reported that the
"lunch hour' is: now constant
feature in London office life. Out
of 54 firms investigated, only 13
did not observe a 60-mimite lunch
break, preferring to-c, fix "It" at 43
- ''. tytt1 .'v. a'.?i 'Avr'ffrt
Money To Spend a ";'C:
tural corollary of having more mo mo-ner
ner mo-ner to -spend.' -"Delegate f to tha
British Institute of Manazement
other day,, when it was announced
that about $2,520,000,000 of spend spend-lag
lag spend-lag money is now available v an.
nually in the. age group between
aiaru Anrams, a" markets' re
search specialist, said the real
earnings of these young people
naa gone up so percent since 1938.
but their- "discretion airy (pend
ing" was up ny 100 percent.
f The conference was ? composed
of businessmen,' ind flnderstably;
concerned with -catering for this
special market 8ut the figures
ANOTHER DE GAULLE
ALGIERS (UP1) Mme OU--vier
de Gaulle, niece of Premier
Charles de Gaulle, gave birth to
a girl in ah Algiers Hospital, last
night. The baby was named Bea Beatrice.
trice. Beatrice. V -' ; a, .'5?-. '.'
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With Nem Metallic-Coating
i ; .1
v Spread the sparkle of Christmas
taexftcy;. corner of the house with
1 thevfinery you make or buy. This
year littering decorations abound
, til lierald the holiday season with
' drsntatic effect. As beautiful as
the "ready-made decorations are.
most families like to add tne per personal.'
sonal.' personal.' warmth to the decor that
-J, tflMA silver anrl -traditional
, Cnrijlmas red and green domi dominate
nate dominate both the sophisticated and
i- the casual type of mantel, door or
i table' piece. The pastel pink .and
iblut trees were few and far De
tween at recent gift shows f o r
. the trade. Heavy gold foil shows
up in elaborate topiary trees,
sunbursts, and, cut into spiral
SLIpS, fashions elegant trees dec-
orate"d with white ilowers.
. ,. Folding, fireplace fans in rsd
' and i green, lightly touched with
;. glitter, ate adapted to table or
mantel use and make effective
' backdrops for candle and green green-try
try green-try ;arrrgemenls. The taperpl
lhaft of : the obelisk appears in
many materials for holiday decor decoration.
ation. decoration. Some, in white foam plas-
tic,r- are1 heavily encrusted wiil
sequins and braid for formal ar-
nneameats. The shape is also
used for handsome beeswax can! .. ..
die.' which give hours of steady, i angel is-one decoration thai s urn
Undrtpping flame. fto make and a sure hit with the
ligaidreij and youthful motifs j youngsters. She can be made any
. Mnui in tr.f tnecial rnnsMprjition height, but if she'll stand as host-
ihi 4vear LollvDODs. spelling o'H ess in a hall or by a; fireplace
i g- seasonal greeting, are stuck in
, lilvej: or gold mesh boots ready
- to nang on front doorways. The
, Wipty boot can be filled with
s JfrejBjis, or it. is solid enough, to
take-imait or small packages. Im Im-tforWd
tforWd Im-tforWd tree ornaments inclu.de
some in blown glass which rare
Characters in "The Night Before
Christmas'? and familiar fairy
telMk' The white plastic foam is
S tlsejtrepeatedly to make; Mr. and
llra. Santa clauses, snowman
fndfgay little trees. Do-it-year-aelfj&s
will probably whittle
thei own designs from this ma-
is so readily decor-
I,iwv-f loUiminutive cJJoctor, female Uanetiu
I f:k':i iADiAa i-avowal a. Jn I mvaciA Arnd. Iannnrn
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V''l"Vs''j There are times when a doctor's doctor is more than PV'VV''' 'i fl I 1
ur. uwayne aargeirc nas max snuauon. a manor g-, jv' '7 v 1 JJ 1
t.- hi- Rarham Sarirent. his wife. I v" t i J tM;2ii I 1
The young husband-and-wife team-is just completing A JT 7 ';(? I
their internship at Corgas Hospital, aVid will leave the WV,'$ ',51 'fI-'H'' If I
Isthmus next week to make their home In Houston, pv? -4MPP' -Xfc I
Texas. A "J 'i'l-J 1
Home-made pink cardboard
angel is three feet high, car carries
ries carries hard candies for the kid
dies m her head, made from al
paper paint bucket, open at top.!
Nw Christmas tree lights shift struction paper an secure to the
Colo! automatically from yellow
through Jjlue and red and are
aid to v be completely watur-
proof. TIJey can be used indoors
5r ''but and .next summer, so the
company:, suggests you can use
went to light the bottom of your
J Jweet -i,faced angels, interpreted
in ; sever'al ways, are still a fa fa-oced
oced fa-oced decoration. Taking this as
a ue, a sweet treat Christmas
three feet is a suggested height.
The body is a cardDoard"cone cov covered
ered covered with pink wrapping paper.
. To make a cone, cut a half half-circle
circle half-circle of cardboard and staple or
tape edges together to form a
cone. Cut about three inches oti
the point and tape a circle of
cardboard over the opening. Cov Cover
er Cover a paper cup for her neck and
a paper paint bucket for ner
head. Paste or tape the cup to the
co'ne and the bucket atop the cup.
Facial features are cut from
colored plastic tape. Cut arms
and wings separately from light
weight cardboard or heavy cofr
back with tape or staples. Give
her a curly hairdo with sasheen
bows taped around the top of the
bucket. Ribbon decorates the
skirt and the paper collar. A
small box vheld" in her hand by
tape and secured to her body
with a thumbtack could hold lit lit-tole
tole lit-tole candies for visiting young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. Her head, which is open on
top, may also be filled with sweet
treats for little children.
1 .. Id
Holiday Brownie Bars Are
One Of Santa's Favorites
r" 1 XT'
Br. Barbara, while not the
first or only wonan in her field,
still retirements the excepuon ran-
er man me ruie. one
m.D. degree proudly, ana ieeis
few if any aspersions are cast on
her sex by male patients.
ine maie paueuis uvu i oii.i
to m.d," she says. "Of course if
they have some problem they
don't want to discuss with a wom woman,
an, woman, they might ask to see a male
shp as well as her husband,
ir her nre-med schooling at
nio0 institute and completed the
eight year required for a degree
at Baylor University, both in their
Rarbara and E -ayne Sargent
-.o-fiofi htwn their soohomore
nH iunior yean of memcai
school. Both feel that the comple completion
tion completion of school was easier for them
because their interests were mu mutual,
tual, mutual, but Mrs. Sargent laughs
that her husband missed some of
the glory that most medical stu students
dents students had.
unihor manned med StUQenis
would go home and tell their
wives about some startling new
discovery they had made at the
laboratory, but when Dwayne told
me his, I could always answer
with something I had done.
Stethoscopes and thermometers
will be laid aside "for a while
when she leaves Gorgas this
week Dr. Sargent has decided to
i... 4k. mi. nt Mrs. Sareent tem-
nd ii looking forward
to establishing their home in Hous
ur Vi,.Hnd however, smiles
Unnwinelv at her housewifely
itio, inH nredicts that with
fn a monti. she will be "climbing
th. walls" and ready to practice
.,i;.ir.. nin. H will assume
in Houston to further
vi. Ahnii aMpialtT in urology.
Barbara's plans for her tuture
Ko medical field lean toward
Decialized Gaining and practice
3 II 41.
Th. Doctors 5areeni, a uiej
mill Mens the comment, couw
easily be mistaken ior a young
college couple on to a iieaum...
hon nstead Of tne weu-irameu
r .. i: tv.. 4hav
nrl nractliea meoitos ""J
n.rhar, ha a orODiem mi
fw doctor ever lace, aunouBo
1 WHILE SANTA'S busy in the workshop making4 toys,' Mrs.
Claus is turning out lot of brownies and molasses cookies.
J BY GAYNOR MADDOX. NEA Food and Markets Editor
' We put through a radio-tele-jhone
call to Santa Claus. He wis
eut in the workshop, but his wile
laid she is baking holiday brown brownie
ie brownie bars and special molasses cook
tes for him to take with him on
Ehristmas Eve. That's exactly
hat many of our readers want want-led
led want-led to know.
tar' 2 egg whites, 1-2 teaspoon va
Sift together confeewnefs' su
gar and cream of tartar;- add
egg whites and vanilla 'Beat witn
electric beater or sporo until
frosting holds its shape, Cover
with damp cloth when not in use.
Holiday Brownie Bars
(Yield: 64 bar.)
luxe Christ Christ-and
and Christ-and all the
One cup sugar, 2 3 cup shorten
ing, Va cup water. 1 t2-ounce jum jumbo
bo jumbo package (2 cup's) semisweet
Chocolate morsels, 4, eggs. 2 tea-
! 'Spoons vanilla, 2a cups sifted all all--
- all-- jpurpose flour, Vi teaspoon baking
f, oda, 'A teaspoon salt, 1 cup chop chop-I
I chop-I fed nuts.
, 1 5 Combine sugar, shortening an:l
! water in saucepan. Heat to just
tioiling. jRemove from heat, fie-
lierve 1-3 cup of the semiswerl
Jnorsels. Add remaining .morsels
o mixture in saucepan and stir
intil melted and smooth. Beat in
t fggs, one at a time. Add vanilla.
.) jBift together flour, haking soda
Si 4 Jnd salt. Biend into chocolate mix
JVj lure. Fold in chopped nuts. Turn
t' Into greased and floured 10 x 15 15-m
m 15-m i 3nch jelly roll pan. Bake in a
Vi pslow oven (325 degrees F.) 25 mm-
V )itesrinvert on euttinc board;
t ool.-.Trim edges; cut into 1 x 2V 2V-i
i 2V-i 'J Snch'birs. Frost with ornamental
, trosttiigi decorate with reserved
orseis cut in nan to torm ro-
etteli'oir Whole morsels, nieces
of angelica or citron.
TWO to-' 2' a cuds cnnfenrlinnrs'
ugar, V teaspoon cream of tar-
Here's an easy de
mas pie for Santa
Paean Fruit Pie
One and one half tablespoons
melted butter, 1-3 cup brown su sugar,
gar, sugar, firmly packed. 1-3 cup chop chopped
ped chopped pecans, 18-inch) baker's ap apple
ple apple pie.
Combine butter and brown su sugar.
gar. sugar. Add pecans. Spread mixture
over the top of the apple pie.
Heat under medium broiler heat
until browned, or about 8 to 10
minutes. Serve while hoi.
mere man to un
Children who take school lunch lunches
es lunches will appreciate a fresh lunch
container each day. To ch ase
stale food odors, give the contain containers
ers containers a hot sudsing each evening.
This cuts down on carry over
food odors which make future
Doa't expect a
How two teen-age girls can
spena 45 minuies on i telephone
discussing what to wear to a par
whv a woman can't entertain
her club without giving the whole
hons. a thorough cleaning
a woman's willingness to shop
for weeks to find just the right
oat in eo with her uew suu,
Why another woman's pparent
compliment actually can oe a
slap in the face. For example:
"My dear, I live your hair short.
You look simily years younger."
Why "a good cry" can make a
woman feei better and leave her
with a new 1 determination to
strajghiert out the matter sne was
crying about. 1
Why a woman doesn't turn
down n invitation for an evening
she knows will be boring but in instead
stead instead will accept it and then say,
"We have to entertain them be because
cause because they entertained us," set setting
ting setting up an exchange o' hospital hospitality
ity hospitality that gets more and more dif difficult
ficult difficult to jreak off.
Why a woman tends to be less
charitable toward a pretty wom woman
an woman than toward a plain one.
How one woman can size up
another woman at their first
meeting and so pften be right in
ber snap judgment.
Why a woman, likes to pretend
tha her husbaoa selected. a' gift
for her that she chose for herself.
How a woman can be so easily
fooled at -ut a man's character
if he his perfect manners.
Why a woman acts annoyed
with her husband if he tells her
that she has a run in her stocking
or that her slip "is showing.
Why a wife resents Ivice from
her husband's mother but doesn't
resent it from her own.
You have to be a woman to un understand
derstand understand these things.
she allows it to interfere not one
bit. She is all of five feet, tall,
and, she says, has been known
to climb on a footstool to examuie
a patient on the "table."
She comments that male doc
tors show no discriminate to toward
ward toward her, but she has Inown
nurses of long experience m Qis Qis-plav
plav Qis-plav certain animosity. "Howev
er." she stressed, "the nurses
Gorgas have been wonderful. .
Mrx. Dr. Sareent has enjoyed
her rlini? work at Gorgas, but
savs without a doubt that the
most interesting phase of her du
ties here has been ship cans.
She has demonstrated her agili agility
ty agility in climbing from a moving
launch up the Jacob's ladder and
onto a vessel to treat an ailing
sailor. She said at first she was
somewhat distrusted as a woman
doctor, but later found it was ad advantageous
vantageous advantageous since there is always
a helpful seaman handy to carry
the little black bag and other med medical
ical medical gear.
nnp shm's camam was so sus
picious of her credentials that he
made a prompt ship-to-shere call
to verifv that this woman how
had just climbed aboard his ship
to treat the sick was reauy a aoc-
Drs. Sareent and Sargent are
going to miss Panama. Both feel
that life here has been good to
them. When the time came for
Dr. Dwayne to fulfill his military
obligations, the wavy aiiowea mm
to do it on the isthmus, ana ne
was assigned first to Coco Solo,
then later to Rodman Naval Station.
Together they have, literally,
seen Panama ana tne surrouna-
ing area by land, sea and air. in
their own plane, they nave noppea
to the Perlas Islands for a picnic,
and to the San Bias for brief vacations.
The Sareents are akin diving
enthusiasts and have spent many
hours searching the, waters and
shorelines for both underwater
life and interesting, shells.
The furnishings m tneir new
home in Houston will remind
them for years to come of their
four years in Panama. They have
collected a eood deal or local lur-
niture as well as Chinese articles.
Bateas, knick-knacks, shells and
other -mementos were included in
their household effects when the
packing was done at their quar quarters
ters quarters in Farfan.
Barbaira Sargent may well have
the most unusual bedspread in all
of Houston. During their visits to
the San Bias, she purchased sev
eral sets of native molas elabor
ately appliqued in brilliant eo.
lor. She plans to have them
bound in a contrasting color and
quilted into a bed-sired spread.
Even though their careers over overlap
lap overlap during duty hours, the Sar-
NEW YORK (UPI) Tha new.
est costume jeweiry u. pouno o
uazzie any male.;.. r&-i
jewelry manufacturers:: by- the
dozen Jt i proaucing Wrfe neck necklaces.
laces. necklaces. earru.Es ana -. other doo-
aaas in iridescent shades so bril
liant that wtak eye should look
at them througn coiorra glasses.
- The industry ; tall the jewelry
"aurora, b : ealis:" after- the omi
nous "meteorological ; phenomenon
aiso known as uNortiitT. ugnts.
This brilliance is possible through
a metallic coattoe' process.' per
fected four years ago by gent
stone firm- In sAurtna;:":?-..:
Ernest Lowensteinj president; of
a tVew York importing firm which
distributes, the Austrian product,
says that now the coating is oeug
applied by makers in Germany
and this couitxy. It is used' al almost
most almost exclusively on clear cyrstal
or colored cut beads and stones.
"After this, rhinestonet leek
dull," said Lewensteln, "Dia "Diamonds
monds "Diamonds too? Ne ma'am, they're
still a girl's bast friend."
The Fashion Coordination Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, which keeps trbs on s'le
trends or the. fewelry industry
council, said aurora ca i bt T-und
from the cheapest to the'most- ex expensive
pensive expensive costume jewelry availa available
ble available today.
Used on clear, colorless stones
or beads the coating reflects' the
color of the costume. Used on col-
k '' .-VJ f f ... y.
ored stones or beads, it Itensifiesv
and citruses the basic; shade.. A
emerald at ne iiven the thin me
tallie cov r, takes on a peacock -sheen.
A pale blu stone becomes
a deeper, more' glittering shaded
Jh (nsHtwte haa n everalU
tjmateel the percentage ef
cut r gems being i eate4 Buf
Lewenstein said his 'firm elne,
Imperted seven la etaht 4lieni
f deilart irt cut Isms this year
nfl "we an' meet ; the v. de
mend.'' v,v'V :,:-7',S
- H said': th Vaurofa.V treatment
first was introduced, .is jewelry
lines fbm ;-years ago ; 1'Sut- iell
'Ut, The WvPatis '5"5designeri
snowe,d jurothousv jewelry with
theu- last 'collections.-; And thf
fashion was on its way..
This winter, it was used on
deep tones such a ruby, emer
aid and amethysi.
For spring, the industry says,
we airUwill dazzli with fUler
tones light rose, jonquil ) ncj
peridot' green. v
Dr. BARBARA SARGENT
gents do not take their profes profession
sion profession home with them.
"We hardly ever discuss medi medicine
cine medicine at home," they say.
They do not expect to hang out
a joint "shingle," since their spe specialization
cialization specialization in the field would not
be conducive to a joint practice.
About children? "We'll jusl
have to let nature take its
Why do most lady doctors tend
to marry male doctors rather
than someone from another profes
ji course, mose are tne neo.
pie they see and work with every
ffflV eavfe RarHnia AnJ U
takes a terrPic amount of under
standing to be a good doctor's.
She should know. Doctors under
stand each other, especially the
Rckchn you Surgically Startle t
Made to stay Activity Anti.,
mptic for up to 4 month in ukI .,
e Inkibitl or dettroyt ALL typ
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Women who like to decorate
with flowers son become adept
at unusual arrangements, and
turn up uses for materials for
which they weren't designed. One
such is to luck stems into foam
p'astie. It makes "ood base for
dried floral arrangements.
I won dor od what my husband vsould cay. m.
-mmmmmmm S I
I have a husband to be proud of,
but he was not at his beat at the
For a long time I couldn't decide
why he had the early morning
bluea, until one day a friend gave
ne a yentle hint.
Thinking It ever, I thought Tae,
It could be the reason": my hue hue-band
band hue-band did hate tha morning ritual
if shaving with aoap and atr.
him lhUi6bst-. say
bed said. And, I ild
,cJJ m k5 Ll fl If
To tall the truth,, ha didn't nay a
word when I gave him his pre present,
sent, present, but he did begin to use
Lesa than 3 Week later. I felt
smiled, amuggly -when he said,
..My PhlliShave Is the moat won wonderful
derful wonderful present you ever gave me'H
Of eouraa I ean notice the dlfle-
reoct: ha ahavrmora quickly,
has a claaitai! shave, nd hie akin
iooks and feels healthier. w
fcvtry erBJiufhe is ia a radiant
mood, because ehavlof with a
PhlllShav ie : tope in ; ahavlnf
Sol .X!ilf ribMror for PANAMAi todrioua w rmmim lUm-MAUMUAs
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14.' 195S J. VHl t"' ;:v .'-m v:' -'-. Vv'':-?: ygK.BTODAT AMTOCAlf .,
With HfwtHigh Styles and Sales
FRENCH CARS ARE
From, Abbeville to -Zansibar.
and from zwieback to automo automobiles,
biles, automobiles, there Is no test like the
market test. And In this: no no-boundary,,
boundary,, no-boundary,, no-jionsense,v.!value-.
lor-prlce competition, a hard hard-drivlne
drivlne hard-drivlne French vftutomoblle in industry
dustry industry 1 movtagrtup to" a 'new
high placei ln ithe world. and
settlntr notable 4-oad marks on
the way? For top instances; in
1958, mncf 4wm: u$gt
, Selling- more ears &tna
trucks to more customers in
more countries than ever be before.
fore. before. .... W "-.V '- '.
' Joininr the exclusive Hore-Than-A-Mlllion-Cars
- A Tear
Closing lnen dreat ; Brit Britain
ain Britain and Germany ?or the num number
ber number two spot amonn automak automak-Injr
Injr automak-Injr countries, and to.-nin out
more than double the" number
f motor vehicles beinit pro produced
duced produced bv fifth-place Russia.
Makinr one in eleven of all
motor vehicles beinc produced
In the world. i
Showing a hljther rate of
rain in ftuto exports than anv
other country in the world, mnd
now exoortin- more cars than
the United. States. T
. Solidifyinir its record as the
"most motorised" country m
Europe with one i car, truck or
bus for every eight men, wom women
en women and children in the nation:
and buyinr new- cars i at the
rate of twelve a year for each
thousand- inhabitants." compar-t
ed to Germany's eleven a year,
Britain's nine, avyeav Italy's
four a year.
Presentlnc classy new mod models
els models and improved much-in-de-mand
reliables at this fall's
Faris Auto Show.
1958 PARIS AUTO SHOW
At the 45th ancual Paris
Auto Show blagest in Europe
and perhaps in all the world-
some 1,300 exhibitors from 14
countries this October put for
ward, their best wheels and
deals. As usual, the autos were
on display at the Grand Palais
off the Champ-Elysees and the
trucks and two-wheeled vehicles
were on view at the Palais des
Expositions at the Porte de
, THW AMERICAN CARS
The new American cars, to
the increasing puzzlement of
European and Americans still
from Missouri. were enerally
even lareer. Wider, tinnier,
more powerful and Ras-hunttry
than ever s before. TO uie ex
pert observers and potential
consumers come to see the
trends and maybe place an or
der, v thev seemed more line
space cruisers than modern
means of land transport. Most
Europeans, at least, will never
understand the need for, all the
power, space and f rills -THE
By ,5mparlson.. most Euro
pean cars seemed more com'
Dact. less chrome-prone, some
times more comfortable, and
on .the whole more common common-sense.
sense. common-sense. -Usually, with much less
length and width they agree agreeably;
ably; agreeably; -carried as many as six
passenRers (or even nine In
station wagons) : had enough
luggage--' space for a i family's
month-long vacation, attained
speeds from 65 to 100 mDh: had
gas consumption of 25 to 50
miles per gallon,, lpw upkeep
costs and, of course, were
much more parkable and easier
to drive In urban traffic, They
also had a smart, clean, un uncluttered
cluttered uncluttered look about them.
THE DICTATES pi DESIOK1
7 As American automakers
1959 models seemed to Rive new
flair to their chosen larger and
more lavish lines, so the Euro
pean engineers and manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers gave fresh stress to the
features they are convinced
the consumer wants. Dictated
partly by purchase taxes based
on horsepower, and the high-
er price of easollne. the Euro
pean trend continues to empha
size comfortable compactness
and fuel economy. Thus, prac
tically every European manu
facturer at the Paris Auto Show
exhibited 1959 models that bv
some engineering perseverance
go faster oh less gas. ..
The biggest crowds. reflect
ing the natural prejudices of
the predominantly French au
dience. seemed to cluster a
Renault's slick, new. low
priced ''Floride" sports car. ;
Cltroen's 'TD" motor" and
special suspension in a -station
wagon body; and the ahead-of-its-time
"DS 19" to a "Prestige"
model, complete with radio radiotelephone
telephone radiotelephone and special acces accessories
sories accessories for the, busy executive.
Peugeot's "403." the pedi pedigreed
greed pedigreed car with a year-long or order
der order backlog, now offered with
the Jaeger magnetic clutch.
Something For The Men
' ( i Simea's PWfr. aTaliabie'tn
144 different color., model and
fixture combinations, and Its
neat "Marly" station wagon.
, Panhard's popular ."Dyna."
this year with, smaller, Ught Ught-weight
weight Ught-weight aluminum wheels y
t The 's velte -Faeel-Vega,
France's luxury-line car, made
by Jean Dantnoa,
- BerUet's new dlesel motor.
the "Magic that runs without
motor adjustment on any com
bustible fuel animal, vegetable
or mineral and is 20 percent
more .powerful than any motor
of similar, size using any given
Buick's "Electra" converti
ble, an ultra example of the
contemporary American styling
"I- : : ': v'
Studebaker's sleek "Lark.'
shorter than last year's Stude-
bakers but still big by average
Nash's neat new "Rambler"
models, closer to the European
dimensions in motorcars.
They DecordfeOh"Yes, And Tell Time
Holland's brand new "DAT,1
a cute, unencumbered four
seater with an entirely automa
tic ."varlomatlc" .transmission
reducing the car's controls to
two pedals brake and acce
-.-.. urn- i ;;i!.if
NEW YORK (NEAV- It's
too nearly to think about Christ Christmas,'
mas,' Christmas,' even though it seems like
only yesterday mat toe first sweet
pea burst into bloom. .:,?
And, it you've started to con
sider Christmas instead of sweet
peas, you might think about
watches. These little items used
to tell the time. They still tell the
time, but if you look at the latest
Swiss watches to arrive here, tell
ing time seems to be 7 almost a
secondary, function. They do so
much mote. vl
The Swiss, who have an uncan
ny way with a watch, have trick
ed them out so that you can set
watches for men wrist or poc
ketthat do many other things.
; Hart ere tome examples:
A watch for the inveterate gamb
ler. It's a pocket watch, with the
watch itself surrounded by a
small, working roulette wheel.
watcnes tor goiters, one has a
device that records your score as
you go along, and another nooks
on your belt and can be read ea
sily from an upright position.
A watch for. skin divers. It a
waterproof, of course, and pres
sure-proof up to 50 fathoms, with
the dial radium-treated so it can
be read in the gloomy deep.
There are watches designed for
fishermen (it tells tides), hunters
(a Uttle light bulb Illuminates the
watch lor pre-dawn enthusiasts).
doctors (it includes a pulseome
ter), engineers (including a slide
rule) and even motion picture dir
ectors (a gimmick measures film
footage as itfsshot).
not i pinaine feature, which 1 a de-ishied away from link bands be-
light 'for men who've hithertoj cause they so often are pinchers
CAPTURE MOSLEMS f 1? r
AtGtERS'UPI-MfflUr kea43 '.
quarters here r e per ted'today.
French soldiers killed or captured
391 Moslem rebels m combat ,m
Algeria "during the week endlnf
Dec. 7. There was no report of ca casualties
sualties casualties among French troops.
Cltroen's "ID" station wagon,
Said one experienced Ameri American
can American reporter who h.as covered
this show for years:
"They all look good In fact
the Ameripan cars seem out of
this world. But import duties
and local taste and pride be being
ing being what they are, the' 'best
seller' In any country with an
automobile production of Its
own clearly is going to be one
or more of Its own products.
As for7 a truly 'best buy, that
will come out in the export
figures. And my guys Is that
some of the French cars are
going to do as well and prob probably
ably probably better than. any American,
teamster Official Arrested For Part In Fatal Arson Job
' FLINT, Mich. Dec. 13 (UPI) (UPI)-Jack
Jack (UPI)-Jack Thompson, 41-yea-old Flint
Teamster -official, was arrested
yesterday on charges of taking
part in the bungled arson job that
cost Frank Kierdorf, another
teamster official, his life.
Kierdorf was fatally burned last
Aug. 3 when inflammable fluid
he was pouring at a Flint) clean
ing establishment with' the inten intention
tion intention of, burning it, Ignited pre-
effective Today December 14
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maturely by a spark from an elee
trie water, heater. He was badly
ournea over ss per cent of his oo
dy. and died Aug. 7 at St. Josenh
Mercy Hospital, Pontiac. 37. miles
from toe scene ot the bungled ar
son jod. t :
Police said one or possibly two
men had been Kierdorf's accom
plices In the plot to burn out the
Latreielle cleaning Plant, and had
driven him away from the scene
in a station wagon..
Early in the morning of Aug. 4.
Kierdorf was dumped on the lawn
on the hospital in Pontiac. and
staggered to the door himself. He
told a story of having been
doused with gasoline and set afire
y two men wno naa come to
lis home to take him to a labor
meeting. He died three days later.
Police found the station wagon
used in the arson job and found
bits of Kierdorf's charred flesh
in it. Charred flesh also was
found Inside the burned-out clean cleaner's,
er's, cleaner's, together with the burned
frames of glasses. Kierdorf wore
glasses. They also found Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's fingerprints in the car.
Thompson was arrested sad
questioned a week after the arson.
but was released after several
days on a writ of habeas corpus
when Genesee County Prosecutor
Jerome O'Rourke admitted he did
not have enough evidence to
charge Thompson with a crime.
Following Thompson's rearrest
yesterday on a warrant charging
arson O'Rourke delcined to re
veal what new e"idence had been
turned up. ; r
Thompson demanded examina examination
tion examination on the charge. He was freed
on $1,500 bond to await examina
tion set for Dec. 18. v
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For anybody who wants a plain,
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They've added lots of style to the
wrist watch, with new shapes,
now 'cmum aou, mosi exciung,
new tuai treatments.
The new textured dials are tru
ly beautiful creations. One has t
dial face in a lizard pattern.
matching the lizard strap. Others
have all-over textures of other
kinds, and some have intricate
The watch, as the Swiss create
it, is no longer just a time-teller,
put a device that can do anything
and look handsome at the same
Sticking with watchat. there's
something new in the watch-
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In Stage Of Siege
At- Frondizi's Bid'
BUENOS AIRES, Decv'lS (UPI)
' The Argentine Congress empo
wered President Arturo Frondizi
yesterday to maintian modified
martial law throughout 'Argentina
as long as be felt it necessary.
Frondizi' decreed a state of
siege modified martial law
month aco to' curb mounting 1
bor uiffesf.. The 30-day emergency
nenoa nxed py tne decree .would
have .expired yesterday, v fj'j
Atrorovaf of Frondizi's reauett
for authroity to extend the state
5f, siege lndef metely was ; votcf
by the Chamber of Deputies at a
stormy'-session Thursday nieht
The opposition people's radical
rarry .warned out in a DOdy just
before- the; -yoter'WasH tlken..
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ENGAGEMENT Or MISS FRANCES FARRELL
IS ANNOUNCED ON THE ISTHMI S
Th. betrothal and approachinj marriage of Mis Frances
bJSh'tSbB t. Mr. Valdo H. viglieltM oftagston, NT, is
Slanted on th. lrthmu today by her parent U. Col. Ernett
?fS (Ret.) of California and Mn. Eleanor G. McQueary of
Kow Tork, formerly of the Canal En.
Vui Farrell w graduated fronting of foreign languages in el
Ralhl fh School in the class' mentary schools. In this position
itm and from the Canal Zon..he ha, prepared and appeared
Junior Colin in 1951. She was in television programs.
Valedictorian of her coUege cl.ii,1 Miss Farrell u a relative of
ISd wtoer of the "Hono? Plaque Mrs. Nils JoDion and Mrs. Jean
Award or that year. This a- Magnuson. both of Balboa and
wtrd is livoo Muilly to thVf Mr Robfrt F" Dunn nf Gam'
tt the SV has contributed, from Hjrv.rd College m Mj8 ; ad
moit to the scholarly, extra-curi- received his Ph.jr at Han ard
SSur. and .piritiial life of MfflVJShS'
coue- j Harvard and is now teaching -n
liiss Tarrell also received the .Japan. Is the Tokyo, lnternatlon
Cnal Zone College Club scholar- al Christian University and Wom Wom-thlD
thlD Wom-thlD for 1951. She finished her en's Christian College
unoerEraauaie nuaies l owann-i mc ncuuw "..i ...
i : I I .... i.k.i in Tftlr- nr tn
.lanuarv. either in Tokyo, or in
Cambridge, Mass. The coupls
plans to reside for a time m TO'
iur Collets: then, having receiv
ed a Ford Foundation grand for
fi&ther study, he went on to Rad Rad-eikffe
eikffe Rad-eikffe College of Harvard Univer
sity tor a years prauuaie wum.
She has since been employed, i Quarry Heights Women
BUint as Director of Courses in The Quarry Heights Women s
tht)Uj5. Embassv at Quito, E-.Club held its December coffee
etflflori and recently as an assist- meeting in the main lounge of the
ant ia a Harvard-connected prol- Officers' Club, with deeurations
tel for the apread of the teach- carrying out the holiday theme.
Tickets for th door prize, do donated
nated donated bv Shaw's, were Same
Claus shaped. The pink cryatal
bowl was won by Mrs. A. L. toc toc-Du
Du toc-Du f.
Tne hostesses. Mri. A. S. Mou Mou-ra,
ra, Mou-ra, Mrs. C. L. Peckham and Mrs.
F. K. sanbo n, decora. ed .he Club
with brilliant orange-red hibiscu
intertwined with rea, green and
gold beads. Th centerpiece on
the corfee table was an arrange
ment o: spruce boughs and che cherub,
rub, cherub, su'iounding a green and
. white winter scene. Bouquela of
I wiiite lilies completed tne table
President at the coffee servic
were Mr. E. R. Poole and Mrs.
! (.;. 8. Haser
' The presiaent, Mrs. W. A.
i F.'anKs. introduced two new mem mem-!
! mem-! bes. Mrs E. A. rlckey, who ar ar-.
. ar-. rived her recently from Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. DC, and now lives atQuj atQuj-ry
ry atQuj-ry Heigh s. and Mrs. R. D. HMann,
formerlV of Fort Sam Houston,
! now of AlhiQok.
' Du-ing the buaineas. meeting, it
was announced tnei tne annual
Children's Christmas Party will b
held in the Quarry Heights thea thea-l.f
l.f thea-l.f r 2 n m Dec. 24. Parents af
reminded ihat the gifts must be
i wrapped, laoetea ana neuverea 10
I the Qua-ry Height Club no later
j than 4 p.m, Dec. 19.
(Continued en Pag 7)
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night list week and after the per performance
formance performance Sydney Chplin (once
Judy's best beau) called for her
MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTIiOOK
Rsssi Trnhiin Jr. who maoe
such amuwng reading with m at me stage ooor ana iw ner
U.S. romance (starring Kim No-lout on a date,
vak), is about to see what he can Zsa Zsa Gabor tells friends
a aoout aooing rigitte Bardot s.e' delighted that her ex hus hus-to
to hus-to his datebook list. HI visit will bnad, George Sanders, is mrry mrry-be
be mrry-be surrounded by a "cloak of ling omeone a wet at Benita
secrecy "at least for 20 min-!Hume. But h hattem to add,
utes While Elvis Presley toils "Of course George called to lay
ts private .in the Army in Ger- he w ll alwy love ME; It's lull
many hia busv manager th en- that I'm too young for him.". .
ergetic Col. Parker ia lining up A new stripper on the burlesqre
nerteniaee deals suaranteed to, circuit call herself Just Dream.
imoresg th trade. So far he s
made agreements with three film
companies, all of them giving El Elvis
vis Elvis a generous share of the prof profits
its profits from the picture. . .Joan
Crawford and Alfred Steels may
cancel their Chrittmaitlm trip to
Canada on doctor' orders. Mr.
Steel ha btn plagued by on
cold after another, so she's been
advised to head tor tropical sun-;
shine instead, of the North.
Florida' prison system Is sxpoct sxpoct-ed
ed sxpoct-ed to make headline tn th star
future. .If it' true that Avs
Gardner is considering writing an
autobiography based on her dia diary,
ry, diary, some lucky publisher will bt
made the happiest man in th
Arlene Francis, who has a hit
in "Once more, With Feeling,"
celebrated by buying on of th
most spectacular costs s bel'ed
diadem mink that match her
hair. Sh wa well rwardod
whtn sb wore It to Sard! for
ths tint tlmti her husbsnd and
all th men st hi tsbl got to
their feet and applauded her ex
penaiv entrance. .Th Ubor
tone of s famed U.S. drug com
pany art testing an sntl-pollo pill
wnicn wiu d submitted lor ap-
oroval to The Purs Food and
Drug Administration 1st la 1959
or sarly in 1980.
Members of our Stat Depart
ment estimate Ruisia ha sptnt
dmost $9,000,000 campaigning a-
gainst the Batista regime in Cu
ba, the chief idea being to create
big trouble close to our doorstep
.une or the featured Players in
the Broadway bound music!,
Whoop-uo.' doesn't know the nro-
ducers are auditioning for her re replacement.
placement. replacement. Actress Margaret
Blnns u bsek in New York sfter
ibiourn In MjxICo nd Tsd
Stsuffer, one msrrltd to Hedy
Lamsrr, is telephoning from Acs
pulco end wiring her flowers.
Hvtmtmer Ann Corlo. who dl.
vorced comedisn Bob Willlsms
two year ago. will go to court a-
gam for a financial settlement
based on their community wooer.
ty. Efforts to straighten things
out in rr enaiy usnion nsv orov.
Celeste Holm's new nlav. "Third
Best snort." will nav lta dia
iogue laundered before it opens
on th Msin Stem. .Just hsblt.
I guess. Phyllis Newmsa took o
ver the leas role In "Bell Ar
Ringing" for Judy Holllday on
Dorothy Towne, the one-time
Mrs. Jack Webb, Is seeing lot
of Cubby Broccoli. .Puet St Ll
Strada: Ralph Meeker and cuts
Network executives ar private privately
ly privately disturbed by th Increase of
on-camera tippling by big name
stars. Several important perform performers
ers performers hsvs titled glasses of alcohol
In full view of millions of TV fans
on recent shows, snd insldsr ex expect
pect expect a stern memo to be passed,
down from th top-brass telling
the celebrities to confine their
nips to th wings.
Sylvia Casablanca, world- fa
mous ss th young Act Khan's
favorite girl, apparently ha been
influenced by the strict English
finishing school ah' attending.
She turned uo at a recent Lon
don party wearing a slmpl littl
blsck drsss and bo tract of make makeup,
up, makeup, and ssid goodnight at a sur-
onsing'v early hour. .Tho cjos
to th Libersce front ssy h and
George still aren't th buddy-bud
dies they used to be, d s p i t
Mom's intniv diplomatic f f-fort.
fort. f-fort. .Terom Robblns "West Sid
story" wss such an lmmadiate
smssh in Msnchcstnv England, he
snd ths producers, Hsf Prince
snd Bobby Griffith, could afford
to be relsxtd about th trvout.
They cut out for a week's vacs-
tion in spam to esespe the Man
Chester fog and rain. .Princess
Nina Mdivani. an early sister in
law oi earnara Hutton, nas re
gained her sight after being blind
for three years.
Noise does little for th nerves.
Home with children especially
oeed some form of soundproofing
to cushion the fatly racket. In :
heavy traffic rooms, rubber tiled
floors help tut noise ss does -cons
icsl tile. Alto,' draperies will
t Indoor sounds snd keep out
Trip to Oe country during j
sutumn and esrly winter pay off
b decorative items for year year-round
round year-round use. Colect dry pin cones,
oak, leaves and other natural
items. Then shellac um and.
stor for holiday decorating. I
Cool loaptud proves boon -to
indoor g-rdeners. Many use suds
to rem'vt. sphids and plant lice!
by pouring it over the plants i
and letting a little soak into the
Nothing is m 're irritating than
to get a run "i your stockings.
On way. expert say. to cut
down on these is to wssh new
stockings beore wearing then.
This mskes them more flexible
and adds to thr durability.
Shopping, for new furniture?
Fruitwooai are very popular now
because of a -oftness of color.
Th oerson who mskes his
horn in a new town should b
slow to eriticix local customs
and traditions, or to point out
all th things th nw community
lscks that his former on offered.
The nstural reaction of towns
people to that kind of talk is the
silent question, "ir you niten it
so much better where you were,
why didn't you stay there?
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War I bombing attacks, was re reopened
opened reopened yesterday with a solemn
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Gregory Peter C-rc'nsl Agaglso Agaglso-usn.
usn. Agaglso-usn. Philippines President Carlos
P. Garcia! headed lay personali personalities
ties personalities attending th mats.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICA!
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Trde Miitlon Member" v
The BriUili AmbMdor ana L
Jy Henderson iav a .mepliun
at the British Embiiiy recently
in honor J the- members -the
Hons Konf Government Trade
Mutton, who are vliitini a a-nam
nam a-nam win Mr, Kwok Chin, Mr.
T. D. Sorby an, Mr P. V. BeUi-
Gueiti at tha reception Included
Miniiter of Apiculture, Commerce
and Indnsjy Don Albevo Boy
and Mrs. Boyd, Vice-Minister of
Commerce and Mrs. Antonio Mot Mot-coso,
coso, Mot-coso, and Mr. Carailo Levy Sal Sal-cedo.
cedo. Sal-cedo. Chief of Prot. eol at the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Amador Officer' Wive.
Plan Christmas Coffee
Members of tha Fort Amador
rtWi W!v riuh will meet at
:3U weanesaay moinuij at
Amador Officer Club for a
Wives of the .6-4 officers sec section
tion section will be hostesses, with Mr.
i n Firmwnrth chairman.
Members are reminded to bring!
a small gin oj canay. iodscco or
toilet articles for patients at Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal Hospital. They should not
Reservations for the coffee
should be made with Mrs. Charles
W. Jigoe, 82-4249.
Bta Sigma, Phi Chapter
Meets With Mis Butcher
The home of Miss Anna May
Butcher was the scene of the
meeting of the Beta Chapter, Be Beta
ta Beta Sigma Phi sorority, in Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. During a short business meet meeting,
ing, meeting, with Miss Butcher presiding,
plans were discussed for the soro sorority's
rity's sorority's Christum party to be held
at the Coco Solo home of Jean
Judge Tuesday evening at :30.
Mary Daniel norv In social chair chairman
man chairman for the event.
A cultural talk entitled "AbJo "AbJo-lute
lute "AbJo-lute Mu'ic" was presented by the
hostess, who played recordings to
illustrate different types of music musical
al musical sounds. Her talk centered on
the writings on Helnrlch Helme.
Refreshments were served from
a punch table attractively appoint appointed
ed appointed in the Christmas theme. Twist
Of Home Sold
NORTON, Va. Dec. 13 (OPI) (OPI)-Mrs.
Mrs. (OPI)-Mrs. Ella Epperson Williams,;
Camped in the yard of the bouse
from which .she was evicted, stay stayed
ed stayed warm today with a cot, 13
quilts, a coal stove, a .38 calibre
revolver, 40 esses of Indian herb
medicine and the conviction she
was In the right.
Mr.l;Williams, 'about 55, was
moved .'out along with her volum volum-inouii
inouii volum-inouii possessions: Monday. She
said be was carried out bodily.
Anywty, she went only ltf feet;'
let the deputies spread her furni furniture
ture furniture and odds and ends over half
a block of yard, and sat down
Shj'i lull there, despite nightly
temperatures of 20 degrees or
less, Sightseers .don't fate her.
The sheriff said h doesn't, think
If a Uy,Uvw aavM W taffar
tram IfltflfMtlea, (as, Heartburn,, eon eon-ilaai'.M.
ilaai'.M. eon-ilaai'.M. kMdaeh, bad trth, Alt
Mt, feMiMna and tkln MsmUhaa,
tl Hltiton from your ehtmlit today.
Ml! la a ral tonic to th Uvtr an
taiMiUM. at Mliil'B at drutater.
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Conaectlona ; Metloo 'for U of North Amwica
ed white tapers centered arrange
menu of red and silver Christ Christ-mat
mat Christ-mat balls and poinsettia.
Mrs. Smith Is Hostess
Per tsther Circle
Mrs. Arthur W. Smith will be
hostess at a meeting of Ester Cir Circle
cle Circle of Balboa Union Church to
morrow evening at 7:30 'at ber
home, 6202 Pequini. in !os Rio
Mr Maxwell Smith will be co co-hostess.
hostess. co-hostess. The devotion will be led by
Mis Loij MeClure.
Members re reminded to brinj
CMi'ma gifts for their sunchine
ChrMv T em
In Hell Raffle
Menher" of the Caldron orga organization
nization organization ho hive' Keen conduct conduct-log
log conduct-log a raffle forchri. have an announced
nounced announced that the li'e-lfke doll and
rts extensive warirone WHI ne a a-wardert
wardert a-wardert to the wire-winner it a
'ruf" MinHir.' evening riurip?
the bingo session at the Balboa
Proceed from the raffle will
be given for research for spastic
The Isthmian Canal Rebekah
Lo'iee One of the Balboa will have
a Christmas dinner and party Tues Tues-dav
dav Tues-dav evening at 6 p.m.
Th4 lodge meeting will follow
the party at 7:30 p.m. at the Win
Memorial on Balboa Road.
Museum Society Beard
The board of directors of the
National Museum Society will
meet Monday evening at 8:30 at
the museum to dlrcuss plans for
the coming season.
Atlantic Side Gray Ladle
Members of the Atlantic Side
Gray Ladies are reminded 'of a
meeting Monday morning et 0:30
in the Red Cross Building in Old
Plans will be completed for the
Christmas party to be given in
Corn Solo Hncnltil wirila
All Gray Ladies are urged to
auena tomorrow s meeting.
Lives In Yard
To Satisfy Debt
she's violating any law. The
home's new owner. Oscar Stureill
said he's not sure whether she's
actually on his property or an
inch or two off It.
Some t.ople threw rocks at her
the first three nights, but stop
ped when she fired four pistol
shots in their directior '"ednes-
day; Her brother, H J" aii Epper
son of Denver. Colo. telegram
med and offered to help, but she
tersely wire 4 back: "Everything
Weill under control.'
Several persons have offered
Mrs. Williams free accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, but she's turned them
down. The neat one-story frame
house was bought by her parents
iu i6, -uu siie aaia sne s sure
she wsi: chested when it wss
sold to satisfy unpaid debts. No
deed has been signed, sh e
Anyway, she has the key.
A deputy asked Mrs. Williams
If he could have the pistol, but
she ,iald no. Sh keeps it under
the quilts for such people a the
Stacked from the house to the
street an about 40 eases of
"Epperson's Compound." a herb
medicine from 'an old family
recipe. That alone it worth 82,000,
AVALANCHI toll givin
DAVOS, Switzerland (UPI)
Twelve" persons were killed by av.
alanches in the. Swiss Alps dur dur-ln
ln dur-ln f;nter f iAst-57, th Fel.
eral Isntitute for Snow and Av.
i-eh Research- reported Monday..-
coNsrjtt xpsm num aqeni
Boys 13, Girls 8
Twins, a boy and a girL were
born at Gorges Hospital Monday,
bringing to 81 the total of babies
born during the week ending at
midnight, Dec. .8 Parents of th
twins are Mr. and Mrs. C. M. King,
of Chorrillo. During this' sa e pe period
riod period 198 patients were admitted
and 190 were discharged, accord according
ing according to the horpital report.
Thirteen boys were born during
the week, four of them on the
same day. Parents of 'he boys
who share the same birthday are
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burgess, of
Paraiso; M-SgL and Mrs. M. La-
(o, Jr.. of Albrook: Mr. and Mrs.
S. V. N. Powelson, of iju Rios;
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Torre S..
Parent of the other boys are
Sp.-4 and Mr?.M. F. Saul, of A A-rraijn;
rraijn; A-rraijn; Pfc. and Mrs. W. D. Scar Scar-berry,
berry, Scar-berry, of Fort Clayton: Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Smith, of Bslhoc S-
Sgt. and Mr. J. M. Howard, of
Locona: BM-J and Mrs. J. L.
Campbel, af N.A.D.; Mr. and
Mr, c. M. King, of cnorrtuo;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fulido, of Be
lla Vista; Dr. and Mrs. F. A.
stanziola. of Juan Franco; and
So.4and Mrs. M. L. Mosely, of
Daughter were born to Pfc. and
Mrs. A. D. Aldrldge, of El Can Can-erejo:
erejo: Can-erejo: Set. and Mrs. R. J. Lllla.
of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. S.
Ringrose, of Rio Abaio: Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Crlchton, of El Cangre Cangre-jo;
jo; Cangre-jo; Pfc. aid Mrs. R. M. Tyron,
ot Manama city: Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Mitchell, of Rio Aba jo ; Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. King, o' Chorri Chorrillo,
llo, Chorrillo, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ca-
tantao, of Gamboa.
FOO HALTS AIR OP I RATIONS
P. RIS (UPH Heavy foe halt-
ed air operations Modsy at Orly
Airport. 10 miles southesst of Va
ris. Takeoff from the field were
cancelled and incoming nlane
were re-routed to Le Boutget Field
10 mues northeast of Fans.
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Architecture In Alaska Brings Panorama
Of Natural Beauty Through The Windows
Bf GtAr PAULEY
N'VT YORK (UPI) Ooe thing
abojt picture window in Alaska
they look, ou. on umc-Jikig oa oa-side
side oa-side other picture wJidow or the
.Ugnway traiiic wOiing oy.
Almost tivery home in our new newest
est newest and i rgest state has a view,
says Mrs. Beatrice Culver, and
interior deorators cater to it.
Mrs. Culver, who studied decorat decorating
ing decorating at the University of Caluor Caluor-nia
nia Caluor-nia at Berkley, nd httTbeen in
Alika since 1945, described lite
ana nome decor in a fascinating
report to th American Institute
of DecurUra Headquarters. She
i the institute's first Alaskan
"We all liv simply," she
wrote, "us 'g our homes for our
hobbles, usually entertalnmi cas
ually but able to gussie it up as
tne occauon demends.
"The style and mood for onr
homes are controlled by where
we came from ana want iru. iru.-tions
tions iru.-tions we absorbed before arriving
Architecture may range from
the practical and picturesque log
caom 10 cape ui and modern.
'ine more "modest" homes cost
their owners from $10,000 to $20.-
ooo, she said; the "average" from
$20,000 to $3d.OOO. and the more
elaborate, going on up through
85,000, $85,000 and even $125..
"But on mutt raillt," h
continued, "that dollar for dol dollar,
lar, dollar, it c oirt ne-fourth to ate
third mar t build hr then in
most area-, and that w have
xpnM not thought af In at Mr
cities, such at making our own
provltlent for well and itwaga
"Almost eve.v home a a gor
geous view either of the moun
tains or the lea. with an ever
cnanging panorama of colon, I
nr always inclined to work
round them, either by bringing
them into the interior or by cre-
aung wiimn tne room foil for
Hi J .
Ask about our
"tmmimttmm in. n .... ...
the beauty framed by th win windows."
dows." windows." Mr. Culver laid that f there
Is uch a thing a trend, it eemt'
io be toward the iprin and sum summer
mer summer color which incidentally
lave their counterpart in the win winter
ter winter in the dramatic northern light
.ove on', a. mauvea, vloleta,
and even flame pink."
Alatkan live and Ut llva," th
laid. "Thr it n keeping up
with the Jen', t then I a
grt ral f individuality and
rlglndlty In hemet.
If ona crocures a beautiful lo
cation, awlr'- baiement and
movaa into it himself and fam
ily while he takea anywhere from
a year to three year to nnisn tne
house prooei, no ne even raises
an ey brow.
'We re jeowe of urge fmi-
lies and inclined to dm thing to-
Hairdo For Meg
May Set Style
LONDON. Dec. 13 (UPI)-Prin
cess Margaret' jiew hair-do,
lugh-iwept bouffant atyle, tousled
on the top, even nd tne men tauc
She dazzled the audience at in
American charity performince of
the Americal musical "West Side
Story" last night with the hair
atyle and drew rav notices in
the press today.
Her brunette hair was "swept
high at the sides. On the top it
was full and billowy. Experts des
cribed It as a "disciplined version
of the contemporary bouffant girl
She wore a low cut strapless
dress of white silk, with red nop nop-pies
pies nop-pies in the new empire atyle. A
diamond necklace set olf her
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mon common to .ee whole farailiei paint painting
ing painting the hou.j for it final FHA
approval'' said the decorator,
who 1 the wlf of a real ettat
man and has six children of her
Mra. Culver said decorating in
Alasksn Its problems 'o offset
the panoramas. One is that of
getting furniture and acceaones.
They e'ther av to be flown in,
or shipped by truck, rail and
Btcauta ef th three t feor feor-menrhi
menrhi feor-menrhi f daylight In turn mar
when an Alaskan can read
per at midnight without artific artificial
ial artificial light, heme need light--Ing
If thr I H be any lae lae-Ing.
Ing. lae-Ing. She id th utes Iraw draper draperies
ies draperies with lightprooi linings, or
llghtproof thadea, which prvide
darknesa in summer and in win winter
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SUNDAY, DECEMBEK 14. 195
Typographers Handicap H
Fourteen Seventh Series j
Racers In $1,000 Sprint
The members of the Panama City Typographers
Union will be the guests of honor of thtj President
Remon racetrack management this afternoon on the
occasion of the running of the $1,000 Typographers
Handicap for seventh series thoroughbreds over a
'distance of six furlongs.
Native thoroughbred Henco,
making his first start against im
sorted horses after graduating
from the ranks of locally bred rac-
tns, i sure to go off an odds odds-n
n odds-n mutuesl favorite. Thirteen im im-isorted
isorted im-isorted throughbreds will attempt
'.o hand the speedy native a set
- His stiffest competition could be
furnished by Teloreo, Jump Quick
Thunderstreak. Rutilante and In
troduction. Also entered for- the
special feature are Princesa Vani Vani-dad,
dad, Vani-dad, Grimilda, Lanero, Coronation
Day, Miss Patience, Mi Cautiva,
Ben My Chree and Blue Zulu.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
will. guide Henco, Amado Credidio
getrthe assignment on Teloreo,
Aiquimedes Alfaro will be aboard
Jump Quick, John Cadogan gets
a break on Introduction, Apolinar
Reyes Rios will guide Thunder Thunder-streak
streak Thunder-streak and Carlos Quiros will dp
the booting on Rutilante.
Th$u secondary attraction could
be another thriller between Cons Constantino
tantino Constantino and Dependable. In their
two previous meetings Constanu-
nft galloped from far behind to
whip Dependable by a half lenglh.
the last time being two weeks ago
in the Firemen's Corps Classic o
ver a mile and one-quarter.
This afternoon the distance wi!'
be one mile but Constantino al already
ready already has caught uo to Dependa Dependable
ble Dependable in an even shorter distance.
He beat Dependable over seven
furlongs in their first meeting.
The race is by no means a
"match race." Playboy, Soctnik.
Guadalcanal, Michrux, Parasol
Mich'ripi and the Al .Tusto-Critico
ep'-" ar also ntered.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the program.
Tbe StiH Muriel's steadily im improving
proving improving Behader yesterday sur sur-orl'ed
orl'ed sur-orl'ed with a $47.80 win pavoff
in the featured six furlon? dash
for third series imported thor thoroughbreds.
Behader disolayed unusual
ear'v soeed whilp keeoine no
With Cervecero and Emily Mary
tVn took command- entering
he homestretch to score bv a
leneth and one-ha'f over fast
closing Aboleneo. Emllv Mary
loft the place by half a head in
The time for the $650 three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter mile srjrint was 1 : IS 1-5.
Ddds-on mutnels choice Don
Lcho once more disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed n Aid not even flnih
third this time. As result
Silvana Mangano In
"THIS ANGRY AGE"
Guy Madison In
"THE HARD MAN"
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THE LAW, AND
' JAKE WADE
the Behader-Abolenge one-two
combination returned a few
lucky bettors $959.20 per win
Don Lucho was one of only
three mounts that failed lead leading
ing leading jockey Braulio Baeza. The
ooker -faced saddle artist booted
home six winners, was second
once and fourth the only other
times he missed.
Baeza gave brilliant exhibl
tions aboard Maese, Sahri, Ma Ma-rlman,
rlman, Ma-rlman, Alpina and Damajuana
peiore scoring an easy wm with
siete y Meaio. Amah, which Xin
ished fourth; Don Lucho and
second place finisher The Squire
were nis losers.
1 Maese $4.60, $3.20
2 Doha Flora $5.20
1 Alucinado $5.40, $2.80
2 Neeful $5.80
First Double: $12.00
1 Noticlon $3.80, $2.60
2 Silver Girl $3.80
1 Sahrl $8.80. $2.40
2 Tinela $2.20
1 Radios' S3.40, $2.20
2 Patsy S2.60
1 Mariman 5.00, $2.20
2 Maurtclo 1M
1 Alpina S9.60. 4.80
Secop'" DouWe: $23,40
1 Damahiana J5.40, $4.20
2 Hon Ctrilo "Att
1 Behader $47.80. $10.00
2 Aboleneo $13.40
1Rlete v Medio $2.40
2 Homan (no place betting)
1 Fifito $2.80. $2.20
2 The Squire $2.60
By CON R A DO
4 Ionia's Pet
."PICTURE OF THE MONTH"
Oowph Anthony Ooducod by Uon Martmtn SnwnpK by
Jcn Mvwl Uy h "I by Thornton Wilder
I V O L I
with Tony CurtU
with Kirk Douglas
35c. "'i' 20c.
O R L A N D O
with Pietro Franclscl
' '' Also:
INVASION Or THE
. SAUCER MAN
with Steve rerrell
Aller 51 Years Out
SHREVEPCRT. La. (UPI)
Shreveport, a charter member in
tbe Southern Association, re-entered
the league today after a 51 51-year
year 51-year absence, will the pruchase
of tbe Little Rock, Ark., Southern
Association franchise by a group
of Shreveport oil men.
The oilmen bought the Little
Bock Travelers' franchise for an
unspecified sum' and said the
team would open its 1959 season
in ShrevepoTt April 10.
Les Peden, a former catcher for
the Shreveport Sports of th Tex Tex-a
a Tex-a League, and last year's man manager
ager manager of the Travelers, will also
pilot the new Shreveport Sports
in the Southern Association.
The franchise purchase must be
approved by the directors of the
Southern Association, but Charles
Hurth, president, said he antici anticipated
pated anticipated no difficulty in obtaining
Field & Stream
A TRAVELER AND A
Bby JOE STETSON
ON THE thousand mile trek to
the Springer Spaniel National Tri Trials
als Trials at Weldon Spring, Missouri,
it being the hunting season, it
was not. unusual to see hound dogs
weary and footsore sometimes on
three legs traveling the highway.
One dog, a lemon and white
foxhound, was standing spraddle spraddle-legged
legged spraddle-legged in the center of my strip
of concrete. I slowed down and
stopped just inches from him and
he did not move -jjust swayed.
Slowing the traffic in the oppo opposite
site opposite direction was an unnecessary
precaution, since, even when I
took him by the scuff of his col col-larless
larless col-larless neck, he would not move.
I had to carry him to get him in into
to into tbe car.
The countryside was sparsely
settled and, having acquired a
passenger, 1 sat wondering what
I drove to two off-the-highway
farmsteads, but could rouse only
the farm dogs. At the third, an
elderly lady, skeptical at tne re request
quest request for a place to keep a dog
by a strange buy with a Yankee
accent, said the corn crib was
empty and he could be put there
when I pressed a couple of
greenbacks in her hand. I then
asked 'if ihe would buy some food
for hiin, and let the dog find his
way home after he had rested a
few days, and gotten his strength.
We then fixed a bowl of load
and milk for him.
Only after I'd hurried on my
way again did I realize that I
didn't know the name or address
of the j old hound's benefactress,
and could neither aid in a broad broadcast
cast broadcast of information to locate the
owner or be sure that I hadn't
saddled her unjustly with the
care and expense of a dog to
which she had no direct respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. During the weekend of the
trial, the wornout hound was on
my mind would he respond to
feeding, would he be warm e e-nough
nough e-nough in; the corn crib? How
long a rest would he get before
being put on his own again, and
what shape would he be in?
(No. 1 Peru Ave.
Tho public disrobing
Top contender' for this year's
with Tony Curtla
and Janet Leigh
with Merry Anders
X. :r.C:!:;.KV---S,-?:-:f::.:;-.,.; ..,:; :
p-5.:; ikf. ..;C
DEMONSTRATES FORM Private First Class Albert Shima of
C. Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, demonstrates the
form which helped him win the Best Lifter trophy in the 1958 Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Weightlifting Contest, sponsored by the YMCA-USO, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Private Shima, whose home is in Kauai, Hawaii, broke all
local records in the bench, squat and dead lifts to take the award.
The 23-year-old soldier, who weighs 130 pounds, has been lifting
for only a year and has had no coaching. He hoisted a total of 885
pounds in three lifts. (U.S. Army Photo)
Race Track Graded Entries
1st. Raca "Special" Imp. ( Fg.
lit. RACE OF
1 Nebrisca R. Vasuqez 113
2- Licenciado S. Hernandez 105
3- Granadero B. Baeza 115
4- Sunsque A. Ycaza 112
5- Aldar B. Aguirre 110
6 Pocas Pilchas F. Sanchez 97x
2nd Ract oth Serial Imp. i Fgs.
2nd. RACE OF
1- Lark D. Barret 105x
2- The Gipsy F. Alvarez 112
3- Colifato F. Justiniani lOlx
4- Apache A. Credidio 112
5- King S. Hernandez 115
6- Corviglia C. Quiros lOlx
7- Dag6n R. Vasquez 113
8- Plateado R. Cruz 112x
3rd. Raco F Nttiv..
1 Golden Wonder A. Credidio 107
2- Naranjazo M. Guerrero 110
3- Solito S. Hernandez 105
4- Mellizo R .Cruz 112x
5- Pillueio B. Baeza 112
4th Rac. H Nativas
6- Don Manuel
J. Ulloa 113
A. Lourless 113x
F. Dario 110
J. Samaniego 116
J. Cadogan 108
A. Ycaza 118
A. Alfaro 117
5th Race "A and B" Natives 4 F.
1- Pancho Lopez J. Rodriguez 112
2- Enganosb F. Justiniani 107x
3- Kalalu A. Gonzales 102
4- Frijolito J. Talavera 105
5- Nirvana B. Baeza. 118
th Raco 4th Serits Imps. 7 Fgt.
1st. RACE OF
2 El Agheila
5- Julio Verne
9- Ionias Pet
A. Perez zll3
J. Phillips 108
J. Ulloa 118
A. Credidio 108
B. Aguirre 110
C. Quiros lOOx
A. Valdivia 118
. A. Alfaro 113
J. Jimenez 112
B. Baeza. 118
7th. Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd. RACE OF
1- Towns Wall
7- E1 Fakir
S. Carvajal 110
A. Perez 108
B. Baeza 115
J .Ulloa 110
A. Alfaro 104
G. Sanchez 110
R. Vasquez 113
C. Quiros 112x
R. Cruz 105x
8th Raco 7th Serlas Imp. i Fgs.
Purto $1000. Pool Closes 4:40
1- Blue Zulu A. Gonzalez 103
2- Ben My Chree F. Sanchez lOOx
s reioreo A. credidio 105
4-Mi cautiva B. Aguirre 115
a-Miss Patience H. Macias 105x
6-Henco B. Baeza 113
7 Thunderstireak Reyes. R. 112
8 Jump Quick A. Alfaro 115
9-Coro.. Day R. Cruz 102x
10-mtrouuction J. Cadogan 110
11-Lanero J. Jimenez 115
12-(Gnmiida F. Sanchez lOOx
13-(Rutuante C. Quiros lOOx
14-( Princesa Van F. Alvarez 110
th Raco 2nd Srli Imp.
9- (Al Justo
S. Hernandez 105
R. Vasquez 122
R. Cruz 97x
A. Ceedidio 110
B. Baeza 113
F. Alvarez U6
B. Aguirre 118
A. Ycaza 110
G. Rivera 110
J. Ulloa 110
10th. Raco "Special" Imp. I Fgs.
1- High Day
3- La Desiree
4- Last Dust
R. Vasquez 115
, O. Bravo 116
A. Alfaro 110
J. Talavera 110
B. Baeza 110
R. Cristlan 114
list. Race "Spoical" Imp. S Fgs.
1- Barloa R. Cruz 97x
2- Cuquita A. Alfaro 113
3- Doiia Linda S. Hernandez 110
4- Plucky J. Samaniego 112
5- Pepln B.. JBaeza 113
8-Creon R. Vasques 112
Pool Closes 1:00
In fight to finish
Could score again
Distance to liking
Purso $400.00 Pool Closts 1:30
Would pay off 10-1
Quits badly in stretch 2-1
Nothing recently 50-1
Distance handicaps 5 2
Good recent races i 4-1
Would surprise 15-1
Will fight it out 2-1
Raced well in last 3 1
Pool Cloiti 2:00
Distance to liking
Should De close up
Hard to beat her
Enjoying best form
Pool Closes 2:30
-Fractious, should win
Would pay off here
Rates good chance
Bad legs hamper
Good recent races
Could score here
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Distance seems short
Enjoying rare form
Must improve first
Excluded from betting
Pool Closes 3:40
Poof effort in last 15-1
Would surprise 10-1
Should beat these 3-2
Usually close up 5-1
Not with this rider 10-1
Not good enough 25-1
Rider only handicap 5-1
Better this week 3-1
Despite weak rider 5-2
Could make it now 4-1
Pool Closes 4:10
Would pay off again 25-1
Should improve now 4-1
Ran well last two 3,-1
Hard to beat here 2-1
Quits cold in stretch 15-1
Ran well last time 3-1
Doesn't seem likely 11
Has shown nothing 50-1
In fight to finish 21
Would pay fat odds 25-1
Brief early speed 100-1
Ran well in last 5-1
Not with this rider 19-1
Returns from layoff 15-1
Seems "sure thing" i-l
Could be upsetter 4-1
Impressed in last 5-1
Bag of bones recently 50-1
Should be close up 101
Longshot specialist 25-1
Good early speed 8-1
Distance suits style 8 1
Depends pn start 8 1
Pool Closet 5:15
Ran well in last
In fight to finish
Not good enough
E joying. top form
Gets another chance
Hard to beat' now
Returns in good shape
Must go lower
Ran well in classlx
Purto $450.1)0 Pool Closes 5:40
Last was impressive
Best early speed
Better chance now
Distance to liking
-Will fight it out
Has shown nothing
In fight to finish
Distance to liking
I -..1-. ; ,1.;
In Gooti Form
LEX1WGTON, Ky fNEA) As
Adolph Rupp sees it, things are
aoout what they should be with
the University of Kentucky'! bas basketball
ketball basketball team. The Baron of the
Blue Grass" s they call, him.
smiles with satisfaction when me
tion is made of his NCAA cham
pionship last season, but then
quickly says it won't be the last
The NCAA- title his been
something Rupp wanted .'and
wanted badly since his- team
was suspended from playing bas basketball
ketball basketball in tbe 1952-53 season.
In winnine it last season. Rudd
still ran behind Harrv Litwak of
Temnie in a basketball writer's
pill for "Coach of the Year.'
"I felt so bad about it," Adolph
mmps "I pried all tho urav in mv
troohv roam where I nut in a run
that said the whole NCAA voted
me coach of the year."
Runb'a tepm hi vm- hat Sid
Cohen, a junior from Brooklyn
by way of KUgire, Tex., Junior
College, as ne of its big guns.
Rut thi han't ftAAthikH Iliinn'K
" u '.-re
feelings toward his perennial en en-enemies,
enemies, en-enemies, the eastern sport-writer.
Nor had the title mellowed
him. "I always hear," he says,
"that poem about 'when the
great scerekeeper writes down
next to your, name it doesn't mat matter
ter matter whether you wop or lost but
how you played the game." Well,
I'd rath 1' I a winner. They still
keep score, don't they
JVIISOVVJW Writ ne OIIl-
cial Tass news agency said today
tho nnniilot.lnn nf tho Hnuiat Tin
the population of the Soviet Un-
ion was Increasing at the rate of
almost 10,000 persons a day.
ese government today announced
PViTVnAl1ni T.11u DnnU f9 A...
wnwiivjiut u uituo fvtMu ui xiue-
tria would make an official visit
trt To nan not mjm1 a f...l
office announcement said Raab
would arrive Jan. 8.
for a fhrtlthf
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Editort CONRADO SARCEANT
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
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Cerveza Balboa O
Totals ....3 5 5 6 19 1?
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Viaja v. tarveza Balboa
Came tima: 7:30 p.m.
Fight On Tonights 2-Feature Card
Two ten-round feature boots
are scheduled for tonight at
the National Gym.
In one main event Cuban
bantamweight champion La La-gartija
gartija La-gartija Reyes engages Claudlo
Martinet, and in the other un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten youngster Manhattan
Kid battles veteran Victor As As-prilla
prilla As-prilla for the Republic's fly flyweight
weight flyweight championship.
Reyes, who will be making
nis second local appearance,
lost a unanimous decision to
leading 118-pound contender
Hector Hicks a month ago.
In July of this year the visi visitor
tor visitor dropped a verdict to Pana Panama
ma Panama bantamweight king Edwin
Sykes in Havana.
Claudio Is also a recent vic victim
tim victim of Hicks. The one-time top
118-pound aspirant was on tho
losing end of a ten-round ver verdict
dict verdict to the unbeaten Hicks two
Reyes, who fought Hicks at
lstlc- world leaves New York on
the outside, wistfully peering in.
in the battle between the apple
sullen and th .rnnnmi. m.ii.
istsK there is no mention of ex
DBDBion. wr nivMt nv.fi ir
thought," is the cheering word of
warren uues, nauonai League
New faefnr.r hav AmvelnnnA
which threaten to defer the hip
town s re-entry into the senior
,WF mudiiilicij. liCW HUlKgUU-
I isms, too. The irresponsible threat
to minnnrt 1 third Ik. on titiv
loop indefinitely. New antagon
to support a third league, tacitly
indorsed by City Hall, has stirred
open bitter resentment As Giles
says: "Bulldozing tactics and coo
Deration don't mix."
un a more concrete basis, un
certainty over that effect
lfrnof Avmt t.Mitj U...
"vvw uii srvuiu iicl vc op uii
players market has further reduc
tncted draft would have on the
1 i.f ....f f TTiJ,
can be determined, assuming the
lnnovifmn in arinnted m nn
franchises will be issued.
The earliest possible date "we've
neara menuonea in tnis connec
tion is '63. Bv then th n.ur .v.
tern, if and when, would be func-
uomng on its own, tree of all
exemptions, e.g., players under
contrtct nrior tn enartmnt with
the future presumably clearly
Since a prime objective of the
Adds a Ni Dimentiai to
Set It! Hear It! Play ltt
7JIO IOUVAR AVE.
j JOE WILLIAMS
K CB W
2 1 5
x 3 5
1134 pounds, put thrilling
give-and-take performance for
nine rounds before stopping
cold in the final heat.
He claims that he was un underweight
derweight underweight and rusty in that
match, and expects to be close
to the 119-pound limit hen
f ','n,bs into the ring for to tonight's
night's tonight's fight
will fight for the crown that
wag left vacant because former
champ, Baby Quiros, Is report report-eidly
eidly report-eidly serving a five-year stretch
to the penal island f Colbafor
a criminal offense.
The bargain bill will be com completed
pleted completed with two other bouts.
Inhe eight-round semifinal
Jorge (Avispon) Quia tero
meets Vicente Worrell at 138
pounds and in a tour-round
Prelim bantamweights Bobo
Salcedo and Carlos Arosemena
will swap leather.
V -m. at.. Vi i.
;""ru,rwf11? wneme is to
v j?. sl ".p 1
pools malnuined by such clubs as
the Yankees, Dodgers, Braves.
Pirates, et al., one wonders why
ii m J,1,yer ProWem
The npnhlsm m,u v. ..--...
ta---1f-. utj unique
ttat It would Have to do with
Quality rather than nnfihrf
tured Cabe Paul, general man-
ager tx. tne Cincinnati Reds. "If
a Cluh nwTl.r im
. numJ)r rf Payers he can con-
"ui, ooviousiy neu pick and
choose with miMt ili,.riMi..h..
hand. Consequently, mora than
ever, the accent will be on the
What thla wmilH hum' I.n,
Of New York, nr n(k.- .)-
starting from scratch, "is that it
wuuia aave w neia a team made
up of rejects, mediocrities and pea
greens. In short, a hia
team in name only, And who
No Utaplan Results.
'And that'i hnnr It iIm arill
with chronic trailert lit w..h.
ington," added Paul. "An open
draft, would not automatically pro produce
duce produce equality or competitive ba-
lance. It would hriner nmi Am.
gree of relief to a -bad ball club,
but only by the happiest circum circumstances
stances circumstances could it ever create a
Well if that'a hmr if'a nth.
i - v sawn BV sVUI IV
be, whsts' all the shooting for?
. .Paul's answer followed the
common Una of the 'rebels. Tho
ume nas coma for t change and
any change that opens new vistas
in the slaver marlrat V m
- - -- w in n
Walter O'Malley wasn't so sura
'. "Only tima win tall r lw.
upon this proposal simply as an
expenmeni. u works, we keep
it-if it' doesn't we junk it Na Naturally.
turally. Naturally. I hope it works, otherwise
wuumn i ne supporting
At first fflanra It ar. ..t:-
ing to find the Dodgers president
marchlne with tha .i r
gicaUy, his extensive player hold holdings
ings holdings dictated his presence on tho
other side; of the barricades. Yet
oft? n-ust-busting measures
actually bears the imprimatur of
organiiaaon. HOW Come7.
"Vnii'll not th.t .
. .. vww win-
promise. If there was to be a
cnange we wanted to bo la the po position
sition position to fight for what we believo
is, a more reasonabla and there
fore a more appealing approach.,,
As a matter of fact O'MaUey
is sittina nrettv. Ovr th
montha in TnunA uiaMn 1.
' - uV. V, Mv
spent $800,000 for 100 players all
of whom would be exempt : no
matter what form any. new draft
legislatoa took, v
HI- I II III I mm jJ'
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LIFER'S AWARD Miss Barbara Carter, student at the Canal Zone Junior College, presents
Pfc Albert Shima with his trophy following the annual Canal Zone WeighUjftinj Contest sponsored
bv the Balboa YMCA USO. Private Shima is a m ember of C Company, 1st Battle Group, Fort Gu Gu-k
k Gu-k (U.S. Army Photo)
He s Trouble For Golfers
By HARRY GRAYSON
DORADO, Puerto Rico (NfiA)
When Robert Trent Jones two
years ago first saw the luo acres
on r vio wico's north coast pur purchased
chased purchased by Laurence Rpckefeielr,
he had to cut his way through the
jungl with a machete. It requir required
ed required a lot of cash and know-how to
build the magnilicent T,115-yard
Dorado B i Golf Club course.
Rockefeller, we suspect, .had the
former, Jones the savy.
Jones, foremost, golf achitect, is
man who likes to m-Ve trouble.
His business is penalizing golfers
lor bad shots.
Jones has spent 36 of his
52 years studying his rather un unusual
usual unusual occupation, has' built more
than 250 eourses--from Nova Sco Scotia
tia Scotia to British Columbia, through
the United States and in Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela and BK.nl. His work keeps
him flying 20,000 miles a year.
Hp flew here, after .insDeeUQK a
Mexican project and left to loik
at another in the Bahamas.
; TWENTY UNITED STATES and
Canadias Opec Championships
nave been flayed on courses built
by Jones. In more .recent years
. tiA h&a Arfi r-rn ritAe M the XT S
Open. At Tulsa's Southern Hills
last' midvfuhe, for example, he
added 20 traps around greens and
picked protective pin positiins. He
says that Winge4 Foot, where the
1959 Open will be contested,
doesn't need much fixing to test
Jones, an old Rochester, N. Y.,
boy who studied engineering, agri agriculture
culture agriculture and. horticul'ure at Corne
was asked what his first thought
was in laying out a course. Did he
first cinsider the weekend player
or the low handican man?
"The basic principle is tough
pars and easy bogies," he syas.
Trouble leu ana rigm ana in
front ot the greens. That takes
care of everyooay.
Jones was asked to pick tne fin
est holes he had seen for the l-
deal composite course. He beam
ed. Trouble for golfers always
...akes him smile.
"For par 5's," he began, "the
18th at Pebble Beach, thi ICth at
the Augusta N tional, the 6th at
Coton Bay in the Panamas ana
the 4th right here '"
As par 4's, he chose the 18th o o-ver
ver o-ver the quarry at Merion, th. 13th
at Pine valley, the 7th at Peach Peach-tree
tree Peach-tree in Atlai.ta the 11th at Talsa's
Southern Hills, Winged Foot'.. 18t
the 17th tt the Olympic Ciub of
Sao Francisco. Oaulano Hills' 16t
the "7th at Colorado S p ri n gs'
Broadmic the 16th at Old War War-son
son War-son in Si. Loiiis and the 18th at at-Coral
Coral at-Coral Ridge in Fort Lauderdale,
HIS .PAR J'S ARE the 16th at
Cypress Point on California's Mon Monterey
terey Monterey Peninsula, the 16th at the
Augusta National, Baltusrol's 4th
and Pine Valley's 5th. He has a
hand in bui.riing most of these
just as he had here in Puerto Ri Rico.'
co.' Rico.' Jones solved a drainage prib prib-lem
lem prib-lem at "orado Beach bv creating
three lakes. A natural lagoon pro
vides the fourth body of water
around which the shotmakers pla
The 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th holes
are remr dful of Pebble Beach.
The 5th tee is on the shore of the
Atlantic Ocean ahu it is a 555 555-yard
yard 555-yard par 5 digleg around the la lagoon,
goon, lagoon, where a crack touring pro professional
fessional professional or two took a 9 during
the first Dorado Beach Gold Club
The Dorado Beach fairwnys are
lined by undisturbed plating. They
Leading Average R-u d y
Nickisher, Ladies Rudy
Grecha Music Shop 2
are well wooded and the 555-yard
par s 15th, lined by stately roayl
palm trees, ;ia particularly strik striking.
The course is a horticultural
delight Yon get the garden effect
that attracts tourjsts who do not
Play rolf to the Augusta NaioniL
And the spanking new Dorado
Beach Golf Club layout js just as
much a challepge to the masters.
TO PLAY FOR NORTH
MIAMI (UPi) -Quarterback
Bill Kaliden of the Ilniveraitv nf
Pittsburgh has signed to play with'
tne worth squad in the annual
Shrine College All Star footbaU
game in the Orange Bowl Dec, 27.
LOGAN NEW PAPA
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) -Shorts
top J. Loean of the Mil
waukee Braves became a father
for the third time Thursday. His
wue, uoromy, gave Dirtn to a
7 pound, 5 ounce boy, the Logan's
In a rip sporting match the lea league
gue league leading Dillon Hclkitan Con Contractors
tractors Contractors retained their top perch
is the circuit. Utilising their 63
Sins handicap very efficiently, the
ill on Hickman won the opener
by 20 pins, sad repeated their
performance 1b the second try.
With a deficit of forty pins, plus
the 63 handicap, the Grecha Music
Makers had their work cut out to
make up the 103 pins or take a
complete loss. This last game
went right down to the last frame,
and Grecha produced the merry
tune when they came out on top
by 108 sticks, and gained an even
split. "500" handicap series were
dime a dozen, every one of the Dil Dillon
lon Dillon Hickmans and three of the
GreChas went over the quota. For
DH, Shirley Cavanaugh 519, little
brother Glenn McNall 529. Trudi
Garni 503, Big Bob Carlin 539 and
Lee Clontz 536. Grecha Records
players were Vi Rudy 550.
Beyd Brothers Ins. I
Camel Winston Salem 1
After a successful night the
week before, the Camel Winston
Salema had a complete reversal
of form and took it in the chin
for three points. The Boyd Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Insurance solicitors, also had
a reversal of form, but their re reversal
versal reversal was for the better. Boyd
'Brothers last week had Curly
Bates doing the chores, but this
week his four cohorts carried the
work load. Paul and Nita Karstj
toppled 574 and 518 hdep. Gmny
ueveau and Mel Leidner formed
another pair for Boyd Brothers
the Camel Winston and Salems of
fered one pair, Jesse Pate and
maxweu Xinaenoerg wim mv ana
557 all hadep. Lindy's tab Includ
ed an even 500 scratch, with a
powerhouse 220 singleton.
and gained an even split against
last year champions, and near-the-top
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. The
Beers poured and spilled plenty
of pins in the opening round to
pile upa surplus of 126 which
gave them the TP Point. Mary and
Bruce Morrow took command of
the Ebonite's attack with 524 and
531 hdep. Photo Lens M tier,
Queenie Burchet and Dec Carter
rolled the Blue Ribbon series tor
the Beers with 539, 535 and 536
Canada Dry 3 Tarce Products 1
Canada Dry possessed too much
firs for the Turco Products despite
the fact that Turco Sultans
were renins hindieiD of SO Dins
overwhelmingly Canda Dry, by
95 pins, despite the 226 game that
Sultan Bill Klckinsher swatted, in
the next game, the tough Turks
gave Canada a run for the maples
but lost by 13. Canda Dry went
but lost by 13. Canda Dry went
dry and Turco Products cleaned
up in tht last act by ten pins.
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BHS BASEBALL PLAYERS GETTTNG READY FOR OPENER Candidates for the varsity base
ball squad of Balboa High have been hard at work for a week-and f-half Some of those trying out
for the team are shown here playing pepper. From (I to r): Pitchers Jeff Kline ana Mc Schoch,
iiary ness, juem tursiana, Lioug fajaK. t'tiii tage,
and Bill Hitchcock.
Charlie French, John Morris, Lane Thompson,
"gifted" 533 and 556 hdep. Paper
Mate Vic Ortiz and Joan Daupbin
Paseual Cookies 1 Ideal Bread 1
Bill Nickisher imiiroved hi
average by blasting a 536 scratch donated to the losing
and 560 hdep. He had ample sup- and 517 both hdep.
port from his fellow Turks, Vic
Ortii 549 and Ernest Zizchka 514,
both Hdep. Manny Fernandez was
the star of Canada Dry with a 525
scratch and 579 bdep. Others of
nada Dry; Jinny Hassler 528, and
Bruce of the same household 552,
and George Metzger 509 all hdep.
PaWst Blue Ribben 1
The last place Ebonites assert
ed themselves in the last two game
Bass Sheas 4
Paper Mate Pens t
Although the Paper Mate intro introduced
duced introduced a new model in Raul Alva-
rado, who rolled 203, 202 and 170
for a 575 scratch and 635 hdep,
the Bass Shoes still went on to
all four points. Outside the curiam
raiser, which they book by 20 pins
the Footwear team had no need
for the 22 handicap.
"Santa" Claus Kleiachman kept
up with the spirit of the season by
"sifting" the Bass Shoes a 519
scratch bundle of maple pins, and
dob of tne nacp variety. Jim Ca
tron was Santa little helper with
a 600 nacp set, while the two la ladies
dies ladies of the Shoe Department, Elsl
Kleischman and Betty McGuire
The bake- of cookies proved
much better than the bakers of
bread, especially "Cookie'' Joe
Bieber of the Windy City blew
down with his Ebonite 543 scratch
series. The cookies were on their
way for a clean sweep when the
Ideal Breads allied to take the last
fame. Jne Rieher had nlentv nun-
port from his other Paseual Cook
ies, Rolph Dietrich 593, Jean
Blaney 545, hubby Bob 513. On
the other side of the score sheet,
the Ideal Breads offered Al and
Doris Barnes with 583 and 546 hdep
plus friend Tom Liles 540 hdep.
.' s i
Owens' Mark Still Stands
NEW YORK (UPI) Jesse
Owens, one-time U.S. triple O O-lympic
lympic O-lympic champions, owns the
World track and field record that
has been standing the longest
his mark of 26 feet, tV inches
for the broad jump set on May
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ntTKDAY, DECEMBER 14, 195S
C l A S S I F I E D S
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE '.'
' T!ilf PfCE !S SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-070
PHILLIPS OcmmM Cattatat
Santa Clin R. 4 P. Miena a-
,-jn.a I-U77 Cristobal 1-1671.
TOn RINT; Chtlat 2 kad kad-room
room kad-room aarert. hvina. room, dinine
raonv maid' room. tjaragt.
$1 25.00, Aquilino da la Guardia
FOR RINT: Campltttly tur tur-nishad
nishad tur-nishad thro badrwm housa ad ad-jK.nl
jK.nl ad-jK.nl t. dolt cetirta. Largt lir lir-ins
ins lir-ins ow, dihinstoam. bar, porch.
Urracaa ana aatdtns. Availabla
Fab. 1. No. U. Fifth Sfraot.
Golf Htiahts. Taleahono 2-1459.
FOR RENT: Ottica. 2 room
suite with lavatory, excellent
commercial location. Phone 1 1-6855.
6855. 1-6855. FOR RINT: Novorty and Sou Sou-vanir
vanir Sou-vanir stand. Chicago Bar, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue No. 18-145, corn corner
er corner of K Street
Arrangements have been com completed
pleted completed by the joint memorial ser
vie committee for the observance
of a combined memorial service
bv the members of the Atlantic
side wits of the I.B.P.O. Elks of
the world. It will be held today
at Elks Hall, 12th and Broadway.
Colon, commencing at 3:30 p.m.
Lyman Brett is chairman for the
Whenever the palna ot Rh.umatlam,
Arthritis. Neuritis. Lumbago, Sci Sciatica.,
atica., Sciatica., otltf mnaclaa and swollen
Jntnfa mlVo you mtserahla, get
RpMIND from your druggist at
ence. ROMIND quickly brings fan fantastic
tastic fantastic relief ao you tan-sleep, wnrsl
and llvo In comfort. Don t euSof
aarUeanly. Oat ROMIND today.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.. -for
rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-05518
I' A G EN C I A S
h A R S E N, S,A.
, : Phone 2-3492
TJnoSrte Old .Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
; 1 Service Personnel
Tj Waneft four New Or
v Used Car
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ear
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4A84 3-4985
Alt Types of Auto Insurance
1S5 Central Aye.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
With bnllMn Universal
FOR RINT: Btautittil ant-bod-room
aparrmanr in El Canartjo.
Madura iuilding. Far informa information
tion information call 2-2944 or 2-2854. from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Motfarn apartment
at La Craita: two bedraomi, alio
one small bedroom, living room,
dinint room, kitchen, laundry
room, maid l room with service,
hot water heater, ejarage, larga
yard. Available from lanuary 1st.
Telephone J-7206 3-J028
FOR RENT: Canartjo, I room
apartment, new house, new fur furniture,
niture, furniture, balcony, hot water. Call
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, diningroom.
Independent service. Saa Francis Francisco
co Francisco 86 Street Now 6, near Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Going on vacation
January to May, diplomat will
rent furnished apartment: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, livinaj-din-inj
roam, inside and outside
Porch, larace. screened, email
oarden. Well tituated, Bella Vi Vi-ta.
ta. Vi-ta. $140 monthly. 46th Street
No. 4-98. Phone 3-6525
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. IS
FOR RENT: Apartment, $1 1 5.
Livtnej-dinina. room, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, oaraoe. Peru Avenue and
38th street Ne. 5-67. Phone 3 3-0068.
0068. 3-0068. For several months modem tasts tasts-fully
fully tasts-fully furnished, one-bedroom
apartment, top Hear, very eeal,
Phena 3-6079 ar 2-
FOR RENT; Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, hotplate, private bath
and entrance. No. 3, 52nd. St.
STOCKHOLM (UPI) A Rus
sian ommercial airliner skidded
beyond an.icy runway at Bromma
Airport here yesterday and stop
pea just short of a busy highwav.
No one was injured. The IL14 Ae Ae-roplot,plan..wa
roplot,plan..wa Ae-roplot,plan..wa on a flight from
BLINDED FOR LIFE
TURIN. Italy JTTPIV Tnlira
fheld Mrs. Anna Canigliana Pipino
tooay on charges of pouring
Dot of bnilinsr oil on tWrW "hf
her husbandf Antonio, while he
slept. Doctors said Pipino, 32, was
recovering but would be blind for
"To Catch'A Thief'
and "The Man Wh
Jil KneW Too Much"!
Wtot&yttfSM) i Mi u font
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE Of Ol'B
IN JtHISAL BE JUBUCACIONES No. 3
" -u oimi a muitniBun
FARM A CIA LUX 164 Central A-venae
FARMACIA VAN DBR-J1S S Street No.
ATHIS Beslda tha Bella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: Austin-Haalv Sprite
Roadster, 1958. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4198, 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 57 Pontiac station
wagon V-8, air conditioned, ra radio,
dio, radio, power steering and brakes,
many extras. Panama 2-1538,
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brook wood 4 door, 9 passenger,
'with turboqlide. power steering,
power brakes, radio, V8. padded
instrument panel, plastic seat
covers. undercoatincj, electric
windshield wipers, window clean cleaner,
er, cleaner, oil filter, tinted glass. Blue Blue-book
book Blue-book value $2830, asking price
S2780. 1931 Model "A", duty
paid. 1930 Model "A". Balboa
2-3347. House 719-B. Prado.
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel $1575.
3800 miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE: Mercury Montclair
1955, excellent tires, radio, good
condition, call 83-3289. Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. FOR- SALE: 1953 Cadillac
Coupe de Ville factury air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, power window, steering,
etc., clean plastic seat covers,
tinted glass, new rear tires. Leon
H. Hathaway. Apt. 12-E Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, West Bank.
FOR SALE: For immediate sale
1955 Ford Victoria, 2 oVior. hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, two tone $1100. 0205 Her Her-rick
rick Her-rick Road,, Ancon. Tel. 2-4188.
MANCHESTER, England (UPI)
One person was killed and sev seven
en seven injured last night when the
bucket of a crane fell into the
path of a Liverpool Manchester
passenger train. The engine' oi
the train was overturned and five
TEHRAN, Iran (PUP1) Shah
Mohammed Reza Phalevi retunv
ed yesterday from an extensive?
European tour. His first official
function was to review a military
parade celebrating the 12th anni
versary of the liberation of Aior-J
baijan from a Soviet
CONFINED WITH COLD
BONN,. Germany (UPI) Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Konrad' Adenauer, confined
to nisi home" with a cold,', was
somewhat btfer tadjty, physic physicians
ians physicians reported, dmiaiier, who
will be 83 next month, had no
temperature and sat iji his study
working on governrnenVaffairs.
TRACT I OH
a f s n-
AGENTS OB OUR OTOCES AT 1S-JT
Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
aut oi July Ave. j si. Lewis SfcKVJLS. Ave. TtvoB M. nsmaua ebtaoob UN1DOS 14ft Central Are
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fea. da la Oaaa Ave. Na. 41 a TOTO IH1MY Jut. ImnM An. a m
S3 a FARMACIA EL BATUBRO Parqaa Lefem f Slroet FAJIMAC1A "BAJ"- Via fOBJRAS 111 NOVKDADES
hiluii urntE: icn arreei ana auoiaeor biaiaf no. 1
fOR SALE: Diningroem sat,
Oiiaasa closet, tide board, table,
. chairs, in good cenditioa. Apply
Me,, 1 9, 94th Street, Saa. Fraa-
: cite de laCalataV Tat 1-2 96.
FpR SALEe -Oialaj raom table,
'Mahtraafiy with S chain, allhaad
made. Phone 3-5721. Ricarde
atreet No; IS, aaartraent
SOtt SAlt; Hi Fi record player
cabinet, ana year old; 12J ft.
' Frigidaire I m p r i a I, tepa'rate
freoer, year pint guarantee;
. louvers for duplex and cottage;
electric Xmas decorations,
' books, 'games; foam crib mat mat-frees;
frees; mat-frees; mahogany sideboard; 28"
hays bike and household ftearis.
171-B Gamboa. Tel. 6-3
FQR SALE: Livinaf ream set; 1
seMee. 2 chain. 21" TV 1510-A
Calabash St. Gavilan Area, Bal-
FOR SALE: Two gas stoves.
$23.00 and $$0.00. 12th street
Rio Abajef house 2Si ana flight
FOR5ALEi-r-Bamboa and mahe mahe-gany
gany mahe-gany table, 4 chain, ladies fall
clothing, African violate. Ralbee
FOR SALE: 11 Venetian blinds
for 4-tamily apartment; dining
room table with 4 chain in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Balboa 2 2-1443
1443 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. er .tea at
0592-D Bayjno St. Ancon.
FOR SALE Aluminum garden
furnihire, rugt, cornices. Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous house and garden equip equipment.
ment. equipment. 0205 Harriet: Read, An Ancon.
con. Ancon. Tel. 2-4188.
FOR SALE: Electric tawing ma ma-china
china ma-china with cabinet. Deluxe man mangle.
gle. mangle. Retina camera, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 3-6526.
FQR SALE: Oval Duncan Phyfe
dinette tablet with asbastes pad:
, chain. $75 Call Panama -.
FOR SALF:--4 pe. Rattan living living-room
room living-room tat, quartermaster bads'
with and without martressee, Ca Carnal
rnal Carnal Stddla Ottoman. 3 PC Sa'm-
tun a g a, overstuffed
etiain, ptoy nign enairt, large air
Compressor with meter.' Call ialJ
i&P Supermarket Shoppers
Get Chance At Common Stock
Nt!W YRK. Dee. 13 (UPI)
Fhe millions of Americans who
shop dauy at 4.aa a ana r super supermarkets
markets supermarkets yesterday won their first
chance to obtain a voice in the
manacement of the world's big
gest fd chain when the comD-
ny-switcneo rrom private 10 pu pu-Int
Int pu-Int -ownership.
Stockholders of the GreaAtfa
tie and Pacific Tea Co.A five-
billion dollar sales giant-approyeo
at a special meeting yesterday a
stock recapitalization plan which
will convert all shares now out outstanding
standing outstanding into voting t o m m o n
Voting rights give stockholders
the right to elect corpprate direc directors,
tors, directors, who in turn elect the eom eom-pany's
pany's eom-pany's officers.
Approval of the plan marks a
dramatic change of policy for the
almost century-old company. In
recent years the Ford Motor Co.
! and Campbell Soup Co. also have
switched from private to general
filTBRiTiSER as the am.
bitidn-drive on Prince of
Egypt who- becomes the Phar Pharaoh
aoh Pharaoh npon whom the Plagues
are visited, In CECIL B. De De-Vision
Vision De-Vision and Technicolor "THE
MILI.E's production in Vista Vista-TEN
TEN Vista-TEN COMMANDMENTS?' will
open In an exclusive Release
at the "LUX" Theatre begin beginning
ning beginning January 1st. Advl.
aTTEET, PANAMA LIBREMA rBECIADO Maf No. 1 AGENCIAS
Ave. 4S LOUBDE9 PHABMACT 182
FOR SALE Genuine German
canaries, guaranteed lingers.
Acuario Tropical, Fat Shop, 49
Via Espana. Tel. 3-5411.
Sealed bids will ba received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. Ne.
24 U. S. Naval Station. Redman,
C.Z. until 10:00 a.m. on 19
December 1951 (time ef bid
opening ) for purchase and re removal
moval removal ef: cpth registen, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, adding machines, calcu calculator
lator calculator and stamp machine.
FOR SALE: Girls bicycles 26"
1 American, $10.00, 1 English
$30.00. Phane Balboa 1684.
FOR SALE: Hollywood style
double bed. Phone Gamboa 319,
Haute 1 67-A. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 49 Chrysler, 4 deer
sedan, feed tires, runt feed,
$175.00 mahogany couch-bed
complete, bookcase desk, nice for
child er perch den $25.00. Cad
2-4197 er tee house 762-A
FOR SALE: E-Flat Arte Saxo Saxophone
phone Saxophone and B-Flat Clarinet. Good
beginners' instruments. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. er
tee at 5092-D Bayane St. Ancon.
FOR SALE: New 18 inch, three
tpead General Electric fan on
partible carriage. Price $40.00.
New 1 1 cubic fact General Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator model Ne. LAS
11-RD1. Price $325. Tel. Ne.
Rattan furniture af the highest
quality, custom built by experts.
The ideal gift for Christmas and
the New Year at pricet that defy
competition. Come eerly and tee
for yeunalf. Hand painted Christ Christmas
mas Christmas caret with greetings in Eng English
lish English and Chinese. LUM S Ne. 40
HOOf STABS GIRL
LYTHAM ST. ANNE's England
(UPl)'Joyce Cookson,'-11, was
stabbed by her'nula Hoop yester
day. A joint in her can hoop
parted when another pA bumped
her and one end:Mrs" Mven deep
into her ihie&V'Firemed'' eut off
the "hoop and the ; end' wis re-
movea in a nooyiuu.
Under the Titan, th 1,159,000
shares of voting common stock,-
the 935.812 shares of non-votina
common stock and 260,362 shares
of 7 Tier cent preferred Stock will
be combined, into, a single issue
of common stock- The new stock
WiB be spljt 10-for-l and then list listed
ed listed on the New York Stock Ex Exchanges
changes Exchanges ; ;
. Trading In tfie new common Is.
sus is expected to begin on the
"big hoard" on Monday, with the
stock priced somewhere around
$55 a share.
After the conversion program
has been completed, there will
be a total of 21,639,206 common
shares outstanding, f this total,
48 per cent of the shares will be
owned by the 10 heirs of the late
George Huntington Hartford, foun founder
der founder of the A and P: 34 per cent by
the John A. Hartford Foundation
and 18 per cent by the public. ;
Only Realistic Changes Can Save
Good Farm Programs, Says Benson
BOSTON, Mass Dec. 13 (UPI)
Aariculture Secretary tin i.
iri vesterdav there is
Hanger that aU farm programs
will be junked unless present laws
He said changes in farm price
supports particularly for wheat,
tobacco and peanuts must be
made before public pressure
forces all farm programs out of
Benson sounded his warning in
a speech before the 25th annual
New England Trust conference, a
i. i : :
Unless realistic support pro programs
grams programs are set up for other basic.
crops, he said, "public puessure
will eventually force agriculture
into one of two directions:
"One is the path of program
elimination, not program improve
merit, wipinfcvtout farm programs,
the sound along with the unsound.
the good along wim the bad. x
"The other is down the road to toward
ward toward a socialized agriculture with
mere and more controls ever
acres and animals in exchange
for government checks.
TO JOIN BRITISH
ACCRAN, Ghana (UPI)
Guinea, which recently earned it
independence from France, plans
to join the British Commonwealth
soon after its federation with
nana becomes official, diploma
tic sources saia today.
La Carrawgoilli a FARMAC1A LOM-
FOR SALE-. Lett SOD sad 1.000
meters, in the Neeve Hipodreme
Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack. AN lets with, atreet
'rent, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. Mclamett.
FOR SALE j Leering Isthmus.
Two ery comfortable country
' hemes, including anexes, ideal
for dry eeaaen. weak ends er retir retired
ed retired persons, en Gorgena beach,
the best and nearest from Pana Panama
ma Panama City, 50 miles from the fer ferry.
ry. ferry. $7,000 far both. See them
' and make an offer: Telephone,
albea 1578 er Panama J-i76.
FOR SALE. Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished cottage 200 yardt from Gor Gor-ajona
ajona Gor-ajona beach, twlrn, fish, enjoy
life. Wonderful Xmas present
for the family. Phone albea
Some, of our locals are doing
well Stateside, as indicated by the
appearance recently at Carngie
Hall of Young Walters. And if that
is not enough Rex Archbald, Cle Cle-mencia
mencia Cle-mencia Dixon, Alda Brossard,
Hugh Adams and two other Isth Isthmians
mians Isthmians will be performing this
Sunday at famed Carnegie as a
result of the interest and efforts
of Mr. Kahn.
While on the matter of interest,
now more than any time people
should svail themselves of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to become insured, ei either
ther either as a worker to enjoy the be benefits,
nefits, benefits, of the Social Security or
through some local insurance
company. Too often, economic dis discomfiture
comfiture discomfiture leave families sll shook shook-up
up shook-up when a member depsrts. .or
there is an accident.
Next Friday evening at the Rain
bow City Gymnasium s musical
program will be presented n
which will participate Anna Arch Arch-bald.
bald. Arch-bald. Paulina McFarlane, Gilber Gilber-to
to Gilber-to Fernandes and Maria Roberts
in the vocal spotlight while Mau Mau-ricio
ricio Mau-ricio McLean Jr. and Edwin Jo Joseph
seph Joseph are slated to-render instru instru-mentals.
mentals. instru-mentals. Abed at the Gorgas Hospital
since Thursday, was Mrs. Lucille
Ford. The popular matron is in
fWard 23, ;j
bn the! other hand John Thomas
received his discharge during the
-eotrrse of the week. And is now
recuperating at home.
AV surprise party was the gift
Miss Iris Charlton, of the Heslth
Denartment on the Atlantic side
received on her birthday from her
YEARNS FOR POLE
LONDON (UPI) Antarctic
exolorer Ralnh Lenton said last
night he "can't wait to get back"
to the cow continent Because oi
the common cold,
."All the time 1 was at the
nole T never had a cold." he
said. "Since I came back to Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Tve hardly been free of the
perishing things.'? .v
"This Is not scare talk", Ben Benson
son Benson said, "These are umplt
facts. Almost everyone agrees that
we cannot go on with the old, ob obsolete
solete obsolete programs as they are."
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LONDON (UPI) "Smokers
Anonymous' a society patterned
after Alcoholics Anonymous to
help people stop smoking, will be
gin its work Jan, 1, it was an-
Manager Carlos Dudley of the
Rio Mar Boys, said that all things
are moving on for the "Big Old
Year's Hop', and there is every
indication that dance lovers will
be getting a real solid night.
On Tuesday little A ma Ida
Greene was the recipient of con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from her numerous
little friends on the occasion of
her natal anniversary.
Grin and Bear: A Judge asked
the prisoner arraigned before him
if he had an assistant in the com commission
mission commission of the burglary to this the
still-arrogant burglar replied:
"No judge, I never make enough
money, hence I cannot afford to
hire an assistant."
Thought for Today: I reckon
that the sufferings of this present
time one not worthy to he com compared
pared compared with the glory that shall
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Museum Card; Make
To Chrisimas Gifts
Christmas ards, designed b
prominent Panamanian artists and
sold by the National Museum So Society
ciety Society for th benefit of its pro program
gram program to aid the Museum are still
available in air different designs,
both hand-colored and while.
v1?,!,.desiffns delude a Madonna
and Child, The Three Kings, a Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian village, children singing
earols and two collections of ty.
pica! Panamanian.;, scenes. One,
bearing the words, "Salud Di Di-nero"
nero" Di-nero" (Health and Wealth) is es es-penally
penally es-penally suitable for. including with
a gift of money or a Christmas
The cards are about 7x3 1-S ta.
ches, and are accompanied by hu
midity-proof envelopes. They are
on sale at the Museum, corner of
Avenida Cuba and 30th Street,
weekday mornings, except Mon Mon-day,
day, Mon-day, from 10:15 to 12:15 and Sun.
day afternoons from 3 to 5.
Shops which carry them aw Fe Felix
lix Felix Maduro, Central and Tivoli A A-venue
venue A-venue stores; Msdurito's; Baby
landia, Bella Vista; George F. No
vev; Arte y Decoracion. Via Es
pafia opposite El Panama Hilton Hilton-American
American Hilton-American Bazaar; Y.M.C.A., Ba!
boa and I., L. Maduro, Colon. The
Bella Vista Market, Calle 48, haj
been added to the list, for all-how:
The exhibit of Cuna Indian cul culture,
ture, culture, now on display at the Mu Museum,
seum, Museum, was financed from profits
from the cards, which were de
signed, nainted and are being sold
as a public service.
WAR SONGS POPULAR
LONDON (TJPI) -British movl
fans are showing a new interest
in World War n. A survey oi
"Films and Filming revealec
today that Britain's three top
hits up to Oct. 31 .tjiis year were t
"The Bridge on the River Kwai,'
"Dunkirk," and "Carry On SerU
geant." v 1
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gTJND AT.. DECEMBER 14.
TBI StmDAY AMERICA!
By MARII DAKRR
the more you lesnt, the better
prepared you will be te make
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RIBBON CUTTING The Fll jriowr Show, which was held t the Balbo CA-USaMon-diy
night marked the compleUpn of the eight-week power .arrangement course taught by Mrs.
Pal Morgan Mr.. John D. McElheny. wUe o( the WeuUnant Governor o mcMtbM
ribbon opening the show. Participants and guests gathered around the door as Mrs. McElheny
opened the show. Jrom left are Mrs. Marie Dick son. Mrs. Blanche Hodge, Mrs. J. A. Sncgrass,
Mrs Grace GayncO Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Bart Wolf slagle. who Is Mrs. McElheny's mother. Mrs, Mc Mc-Elheny,
Elheny, Mc-Elheny, Mn TFtora M. Torbert, Arnold Hodgson, Mrs. Thelma Oajan and Mrs. Laura Crawford.
A Cardinal Is Many .Things To Church:
Priest, Senator, And Pope's Adviser
Q 1 am ever 72. Has the S-
mske my money list n loaf ajeis) Security amendment changed
swer this question: Hew can J
VATICAN CITY, Dec. 11 (UPI)
-What is s cardinal?
Cardinal, are aides and advis advisers
ers advisers of the pope.
They form the "senate" of; the
Soman Catholic church. ;.
They are appointed for. life.
Their appoimmem is at ihe sole
discretiun of' the pope. And when
the pope dies, the cardinals elect
a new pontiif.
. The cardinals acquired the sole
right, to elect the pcpe in 1179.
Before then, o.her clergymen and
laymen ana emperors and mem;
bers of the local nobility took part
in the election. i
In the early days of the church,
bishops, prieUs and learned the theologians
ologians theologians advised the' pope on doc doctrines
trines doctrines and government or the
The need came Jo- a permanent
body of advisors. These are the
cardinals : of loday, .
Even today, scholars dispute on
the meaning of the word "cardi "cardi-nal"
nal" "cardi-nal" There is agreement that it comes
from the Latin word "cardo"
which means "a hinge."
In the early days a cathedral
was designated a "cardo" because
it was me see o? a bishop who
ruled all the surrounding dioceses.
A. that time, priests assigned
to such dioceses were referred to
As time went on, the term was
applied to the chief priest of a
In 1567, Pope Pius Y forbade
the use of the word "cardinal"
except to the principal bishops of
Apd by 1179, the "cardinals"
had acquired i the right to elect
And since 1378, only cardinals
have been elected pope.
pope Six.us V in 1586 limited
the number of cardinals in the
Sacred College to 70 princes of
The new pontiff, John XXIII,
broke that preeenden last Nov. 17
when he nominated 23 new cardi cardinals
nals cardinals and brough'. the strength of
the sacred College to an uprece uprece-dented
dented uprece-dented 7J members. That was re reduced
duced reduced to 74 with th Dec. 4 death
of Jose Maria Cardinal Caro Rod Rodriguez
riguez Rodriguez of San iago, Chile.
The original figure of 70, ac according
cording according to legend, was based on
the 70. advisors th Bible said aid aided
ed aided looses.
Cardinal! rink second only to
They are part o' his intimate
family and are' addressed by him
as "brother, ; j
They hold key archbishopric
throughout the world. Or they are
resident in Rome; as part of the
"Curia," in administrative posts.
No one automatically warrants
nomination as a. cardinal, either
because of reputation or bis duties.
The selection is reserved solely
to the pope.
Hp itndiei their records. He
judges what area needs cardi
nal. He makes his cnoice.
Fervent Catholics in various re regions
gions regions hs v of en asked why the
Vatican, through various pontiffs,
has "neglected" this or that, city
qr country, : , .
To this, Vatican sources have
Siveo the same answer through
"All raoinni of th world arc
wor hy of having the honor of a
cardinal. But mere is nme.
Through the centuries, Italians
kava nnmri.fl1lv dominated tha
College of Cardinals. .But during
toe last tnree ponimcaies, me io io-reign
reign io-reign complement has steadily in increased,
creased, increased, i
The late Pope Pius XII, more
than any of his predecessors, fos fostered
tered fostered the .!inte'nationalitafon" ef
the Sacred College.
At his death,' Italian cardinals
for the first time were in the mi minority
nority minority 17 Italians to 36 non-Italians.
The election of the former Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal Angelo Giuseppe Roncallt,
aa Italian, as pope pa Oct. 2t
further reduced the Italian com.
Since promulgation of a new ea
non law in 1918, au memners
th Sacred College must at least
be a priest.
Th last lay cardinal died in
This advice came from a
spesfker at a recent conference on
"Older people bear and read a-
bout th fsct they are likely to
live longer than thelr. grand
parent! did, the speaker said.
"They near and read a d o a t
chronic Illnesses that can be a
drain on bank accounts.
"They don't know anything fi
nancial .planning for their later
years, and so they get just plain
"Ikiuh it casts money. thy
at off fhat phyeical lamina lamina-fiwi
fiwi lamina-fiwi Miy tiMuld have. They five
up th rcratin tKy ut4 t
ny. Thy cut ut fivrfif I
church end hrlty."
Golden-age clubs aould do a by
favor to these older people by ask
ing a budget expert to give some
tips on how to live happily on
an income that may be one-third
to 60 per cent of the old one.
Or, if there is no golden age
club to do th iob, why can't a
group of retired, or soon to-reUre,
people get together and find a
person with financial kaow how
to live them soma advice?
"Older people should be told to
read the fine print on insurance
policies, particularly the wording
snout optiufli," this sneaker con
tinued. "They should nbe qgiven
some tips on how to make the
horns -thwy own produce' income.
Tney may need some advic on
how much money to keep in the
bank, bow much to put into bonds
or stocks. They could ,certalniy
us information on hospital and
health insurance plans and on
writing a. wm.
"Mayb they uht to tt rW
th car. Vu can tak an
awful lt f taxi rMs n th
mny it take t kp up an
This is a good time of year to
start an information-please pro project
ject project among your friends.
as this speaker put it: "It's
profitable and fun to talk bug
Retine in a bit erouo. You can
learn much from eaeh other. And
the' law in regard to the amount
of money I am permitted to eara
without losing Social Security?
A Jj A pran 72 end vr
may (tilt earn any niun f
aeny Mhut le n. benefit.
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are: Alicia Rodrigues, Margie Oiler, Reglna Gaa perl, Kathy Murdaugh, Bettle Bernard, Vickl
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Noelle Adam's hair has an un unusual
usual unusual sparkle, probably because
ojt that hatt-raiUlon-dollar dia diamond
mond diamond she's wearing in Munich,
West Germany. The setting is j
new but the stone is the!
"Nepal" diamond, found 400
years ago in Nepal. It has been
aoV to a Ntw York firm. J
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Along th Transisthmian Highway from
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mian Transisthmian Highway t Teumen Airport... :
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The St. Lawrence
'Fourth Coast' Of
(The St. Lawrence Seaway, scheduled to open next spring, will
rive the United States a "fourth seacoast" and almost certainly
change the face oi two nations the U.S. anS Canada fey linking
ti rtanur Ocean with tre Miame wesi. ibis story lens wnai
American cities are doing to prepare for the day when tbay be become
come become ports of call for ocean-going vessels.)
CHICAGO (UPI) A dream shared by Canada and the
. United States for half a century will come true next spring when
the first deep-draft ocean vessels begin steaming through the St.
Work crews have been busy this year putting the finishing
touches to the 27-foot-deep navigation channel that will link the
Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes and give the U.S. a "fourth'
ODenine of the Seaway will fol
lew ..the departure of winter s ice
wound April l. Ana, in me mc.. mc..-4m
4m mc..-4m hupp drillboats and dipper
iredges will continue reaming out
Jjt Detroit ana si. mury
kev connecting channels be
th eastern and western
'when their job is finished sev sev-fral
fral sev-fral years hence all ocean-go-g'
Vessels entering Lake Ontario
ri. ih. ;wav will be able 10
iteam deep into the mid continent
$ the lakeheads at uuium, wnnu.
TTBt St. Lawrence Seaway De
felonment Corporation, the gov-
rnment aeencv created by Con
jrest to carry out this country's
,hrt of the joint U.S. Canadian
lavlgation project, is completing
ir.rtfrirw nDerations in the Thou-
lan Islands section and South
Cornwall Channel in upper New
)The Canadian Seaway Authori Authority,
ty, Authority, north-of-the border counter counterpart
part counterpart of the U.S. agency, is wind winding
ing winding up work on four locks be
tween Montreal and the Interna International
tional International Rapids.
A spokesman for the Seaway
Development Corporation said an another
other another part of the project a high high-level
level high-level suspension bridge across the
St. Lawrence near Massena, N.
Y",will be completed soon:
Many scars of the four year
construction program still remain
to be erased.
But Seaway officials say the
new wa erway system, which cost
an estimated 450 million dollars,
will be opend on schedule with
the ict breakup about April 1,
Committees which were set up
In September are planning elabo elaborate
rate elaborate formal ceremonies to herald
completion of the project. Details
have not been completed, but
Queen Enzabeth has announced
she wih participate and will tour
Some Great Lakes cities plan
the r own celebrations. Chicago,
heralding what civic leaders say
will be its emergence as a world
port, has scheduled an interna international
tional international trade fair for July 2-18.
The old St. Lawrence canal
system has a controlling depth of
14 feet. It could accommodate
general cargo sea going vessels
with a deadweight capacity of a a-bout
bout a-bout 1,500 tons and so-called "can "can-slier"
slier" "can-slier" type ships with a capacity
of up to 3,000 tons.
The new Seaway, in constrast,
will handle ocean vessels ranging
up to 9,000 tons deadweight and
large lakers with a deadweisht of
more than 25,000 tons. And be because
cause because there are only seven locks
in the new system compared with
21 in the old, ships will move
through more rapidly.
,.Army Engineers are pushing
work on a 141-million-dollar pro program
gram program to extend the 27-foot depth
of the Seaway all the way to Lake
Suoerior and Lake Michigan
The drillboat "Hornet IV," built
especially for the task, is blast blasting
ing blasting out the stratified limestone
bed of the Detroit River south of
Detroit, and the dipper dredge,
"Mogul is scooping out another
section of the river.
Excavation also is going on in
the St. Mary's River between-
La'.es Huron and Superior. In all,
the five year project envisages
removal of 44 million cubic yards
The connecting links between
the lakes now have 25 foot
depths in downbound channels and
21-foot depths in upbound chan channels.
nels. channels. Maj. Gen. Louis J. Rumaggi,
division engineer, predicted that
"by June, 1960, we will have 25 25-foot
foot 25-foot depths in both directions,
and by June, 1962, we will have
Sufficient depths to support 25V4
foot safe draft."
Mos' of the major like cities are
or development of other marine
terminal facilities, a United Press
International survey showed.
Milwaukee and Cleveland each
is constructing two new piers Du-
luth is pressing to complete a 10-
million-dollar public marine termi
nal by May 1, 1959. Work is going
lull blast on first phase develop'
r.ientof s new terminal at Toledo,
The Chicago office of the Aryny
Corps of Engineers has approved,
in interim reports, harbor im
provement projects totaling 53
million dollars at 11 Great Lakes
The engineers' recommendations.
which still must undergo final
consideration in Washington, cov
er the ports of Cleveland. Toledo.
LLorain, Sandusky and' Ashtabula,
unio; jnarquene ana Kresque isie,
Mich.; Buffalp, N.Y.; Two Harb Harbors,
ors, Harbors, Minn.; Ashland, Wis.; and
the Duluth, Minn-Superior, Wis.,
Milwaukee: In the midst of an
ll-million-doller harbor expansion
program. The No. 1 project is a
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'BOLL BELLE -This long long-stemmed
stemmed long-stemmed beauty will compete
for one of the South's prize
beauty crowns 1959 Maid of
Cotton. She's Margaret Ellen
Price, a sophomore at Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi State College for Women
in Columbus. Contest finals are
Dec. 29-30 at Memphis, Tenn.
rushing construction of new piers from 10 to 14.
LONDON, (UPI) A survey of
children's TV-viewing fjhabits in
Britain showed today that" TV
caused little harm and even
miglit be helpful to1 some 4 young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. A report by the Nuffield
Foundation reported on a survey
of 4,500 children ranging irt ;sge
o.75 .... n 40
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ASK FDR YOUR TICKET ON THE HIGH
six-million-dollar, 1,100-feet long
pier with two sheds, a truck dock
and railroad facilities. Now under
construction, it is expected to be
finished by 1960. Also under con construction'
struction' construction' it is a $1,300,000 pier for
passengers tfnd autos, with show show-place
place show-place terminal and restaurant.
Duluth The Dululh Port Authori Authority
ty Authority is building its 10 million-dollar
marine terminal, complete with
Derthing space', warehouse sheds
ana two bb-ton gantry cranes, on
a 120 acre plot reclaimed from
Lake Superior. Port Director Rob Robert
ert Robert T. Smith calls it "the best in investment
vestment investment .the stale of Minnesota
has ever made."
Cleveland Two huge piers, now
unaer construction at a cost of
more than four million dollars, are
expected to be ready for the Sea Seaway
way Seaway opening. The area around the
.piers will be dredged to a 27-foot
dep'.h and the harbor entrance.
now 23 feet deep, wilt be deepen deepened
ed deepened to 27 feet -by late 1959 or 1960.
Port Director William Rogers re
cently proposed cons'.ruction of a
60-million-dollar road, to serve the
waterfront area and facilitate
trans-shipment of cargoes.
Toisdo Land development has
started on a 20-acre terminal site
on Presque Isle at the mouth of
the Maumee River. A $1,549,547
contract calls for construction of
800 feet of bulkhead, steel piling
for wharf space, construction of
two connecting dikes and placing
of fill. When land development is
completed, construction of gener
al cargo facilities, storage sheds,
tank farm and bulk storage a-
rea are planned.
Chicago- City authorities have
launched a fou-million-dollar im
provement program at antiquated
Navy Fier, on the down-town Lake
Michigan shore. Mayor Richard J.
Daley said the city plans to spend
eight million dollars on) Navy Pier
Meanwhile, the privately financ
ed Chicago Regional Port District
is seeking 25 minion aonars to
expand the Lake Calumet harbor
on Chicago's Far South Side. Heart
of the expansion program would be
construction of a 3,000-foot-long,
400-foo'-wide berthing slip for
Buffalo Work scheduled to start
soon on a project to deepen ana
move (he nonh entrance to the
harbor to accommodate deep draft
vessels. The Federal government
has approved the firs' two million
dollar? of the 13 millions needed
to complete the project which also
entail construction of a new
breakwater and lighthouse. New
York State has turned over to me
Niagara Frontier Port Autnorny
without cost, the four-million-noi-
lar former Erie Barge t-anai. ter
minal building for general cargo
HOLLANDIA, New uuinea
(UPIl The bones ot a Amen
cans killed in the crash of a U.S.
Air Force DC3 transport yeais
ago were recovered yesieraay. n
Dutch government patrol led by
U S Armv Sgt. Hank Paobllo of
u reached tne scene aucr a
Wnrrinns three-day trek. The
plane crashed in the Shangnia.
Biggest Need In Alaska
Is For Lots Of Capital
-Readsiory on page 8
By MARTIN HEERVjfALD
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UPD-
f inancing, and Jots of it, is one
of AJaskas' greatest needs as the
huge, toddling territory, steps in
Richer than other states in nat
ural resources, Alaska is poor
est of all in read) capital.
Its seven federal and 11 terri
torial banks have total deposits
of only 170 million dollars, enough
to meet only a traction of the
loan demands expected in a
ate that wants to grow up in an
area two and a half times the
size of Texas.
As Bob Baker, one of this ci city's
ty's city's leading bankers, explained,
"Most of the money that will de develop
velop develop Alaska Will have to come
from other states.' We believe
Washington State will supply most
of it, because the people there
understand us better."'
Whether their, brief on the the-spot
spot the-spot inspection will result in more
investment dollars for Alaska re remains
mains remains to be seen. But a hint came
from Frank Jerome president of
the Seattle Ffirst National Bank
system, who said:
"We have made a lot of screw screwball,
ball, screwball, high-rish loans in La ska,
bu we haven't had them go sour
on us. I attribute this to the fact
that Alaskans, by and-large, arc
of an energetic, industrious, ima
ginative and completely honest na
Alaskans will go along with
that. They consider themselvei
their most important collateral.
He Tefers to private capital for
home-owned business and indus
tries, not defense dollars which
so far have played the biggest
part in biulding Alaska's popula population
tion population to a total of 212,000,, includ
ihg ,000 military personnel, JB, JB,-000
000 JB,-000 Eskimos and 12,000 Indians,
Alaskans donl soft pedal the
part huge defense appropriations
have played in the territory'!
growth.. But they look forward to
the day. when Aiasica s economy
can go it alone, no more depend dependent
ent dependent than any other state on de defence
fence defence spending.
Raker recently had a chance to
explain the 49th state's financial
situation to thei heads of Wash.
in Eton state's leading banking
and investment houses.
Neat Honest, Able? You May
Be Out Of Luck On Promotion
NEW YORK (UPI) The hir hired
ed hired hands don't know it, but in one
big. company it pays for a man
to come to work with his tie as askew
kew askew or with egg on his vest.
The boss deliberately picks such
a man for promotion.
"Such n employe is more con
cerned with work than he Is about
appearances," said the boss re
cently during, a survey by the
New York State Department of
Labor of "promotion practices" a a-mong
mong a-mong leading New York firms.
- According to the survey report,
"promotion practices actually are
For the executive-suite levels.
one company officer said: "When
a great president retires, a va va-cuitn
cuitn va-cuitn is created. And into this
vacium is swept the nearest guy
who hasn't had a coronary;"
The demise of the organization
man was predicted by a boss who
won't promott such seemingly loy
al Joes "because .they have no
faults to set them apart from and
above, their fellows
Also on the skids are promo promotion
tion promotion chances for whip snappers.
Most firms consider a man wh'o
acts like a top sergeant too "over
bearing" for a better job.
,'Frankly." said a vice president
of personnel, "we prefer a man
who 'butters up his fellows and
his superiors it shows the abil
ity to get along."
Many bosses, meanwhile, said
they are wary of relying entirely
upon the highy. touted mental
and executive ability tests. They
are responding to pleas of psy psychologists
chologists psychologists to brake this trend "be "before
fore "before promotion practices are utter
Popular with many companies
are soud-searching "depth-interviews."
The boss casually calls in
a subordinate for a talk about the
worker's strengths and weakness weaknesses.
es. weaknesses. Sometimes a bar serves as the
confesional. The hired hand is
supposed to talk back ; otherwise
the boss can't render a promo promotion
tion promotion decision.
Sixty-two of the presidents poll polled
ed polled by the Labor Department said
that 55 per cent of the vacancies
in their firms are filled by "xher
' But the survey found that 10
per eent of the vacancies are fill
CopyrHjM I7 by Frank Grata. ; h
Distributed by NEA Service, lnc
v Tom Weber, better known as fm Farfo, rioto' rioto'-roins
roins rioto'-roins g unman, returns to BarkemUe af tet Jl yeaW
and shocks his former sweetheart, now Mr. T a ?.
derton, by revealinj: that Weber and Fargo are-the
same man. v v
ed by pirating -hrrihg ex?- if !i rfSif -531.
lives away from other companies: K? of ?.tedv
fives away from other companies:
15 per cent fy an "automatic"
system which operates on the
theory that able men naturally
come to the top.
Ten per cent of the top jobs
were found to be filled with the
help of consultants .who investi investigate
gate investigate candidates...-.. "r
The survey determined that
there's still another pgetty good
way of getting ahead in the world
by being related to the boss.
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H6HW VIUAL nd I MAMIE t JERRY LEE ' RAY JACKIE
W yinJ 1 VAN DOREll LEWIS ANTHONY COOGAN
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TOM WEBER remained where
ne wat until the hofbeats of livla
horse were faint end then faded)
out altogether. Fmally,, he turned
and went back to his own horse.
He stood beside it a moment, then
exclaiming softly Vaulted into the
He sent the animal forward: to
ward the road and crossed into
There was the dull sound of
cattle movement.. Weber climbed
down from his. horse and stretch stretching
ing stretching out, put his ear to the ground.
He neara it then, Hie heavy
pounding of many cloven hoofs en
the earth not too -far away, A
large herd moving.
ne remounted his horse, turned
It eastward, by north.
He halted again, dismounted
and cocked his head to one side,
listening. The herd was approach
ing and would cross the road not
too far from where he stood.
weDer arew tne rifle from un under
der under the saddle strap, levered a
shell into the chamber and wait
ed. The herd, it seemed to him,
was being driven somewhat faster
than when he had been in the
wake of it. It was about to leave
Lobo land, cross the road and
go into Rawlins property.
The report of the rifle was
startlingly loud and the -bullet
whined off into the night air.
Quickly he levered a second cart cartridge
ridge cartridge into the 'chamber, fired a a-gain
gain a-gain then fired the rifle s quickly
as he was able to, emptying it
There were yells the herd
flashes of fire as guns were dis discharged
charged discharged in Weber's general- direc direction.
tion. direction. .'
Webber, the instant he had empt
ied the rifle, was off, not down
the read, but Tcross it mto Rawi-"
looked down uoon. the sprawling
buildings of the Rawlins ranch.
There Xas a light on in the
and two or three window rrf th
ranch house were lit up. C
, repuea me -rifle, levered
bullet into Ihe chamber, then fir fired,
ed, fired, taking careful aim at one of
the lighted windows of the nouse.
He turned his horse then and sent
it away trom the'Rawluu ranch,
HELEN WEBER watched her
husband toy. with .. his breakfast
She made no comment but wait
ed until he had; stopped pretend pretending
ing pretending to eat end then cleared ; the
table, "Charlie,- she said k then.
if you can spare the team I would
like to drive ever to the Novak's,
I promised Anna that ? I )would
come, and sec her today.??
j ne ciimoed up : on-the wagon
ana sianea mto tne lane that led
totbe road a quarter f m mile
away, -,., .Vi"vV"v-!
It was a mite and half the
BarkerviUe road and when: Helea
reached it she turned north;;
lShc; inllAlafl. ekavnlw -4ukn i-
(glance revealed: the blackene J W':
mains of Tom's cabin. The bars
too, she noted, had been burned
recently. -. u- k
She turned 'the wagon in to toward
ward toward the burned ruins and pulled
up. Seated on the wagon seat the
searched the area n all directions.
"Tom she suddenly ealled.' ... v
Tom- Weber came but of the
patch ef woods, walked toward the
farm wagon. She waited until he
was only a dozen feet away. Then
she "said, "I want to thank you
for what you did yesterday."
I did nothing,": Weber said.
You saved bis life. The? would
have killed him."
"He can't fight them. Weber
said. "They're professional kill
"I know," she said. "What ia it
they want? We arc. not hurting
them, we are farmers."
You're in the way." Weber
said"Mike Denver; doesn't want
yoii around JVi 2Lv!
"bui nr.. uenver is me
sold us the land, the man
who brought us all here.
He s changed ni& mind, or
is so near.
all sijieme. He needed the money
you: paid him for the land. Mike t
got a twisted brain. He doesn't
figure things out like most peo people,"
ple," people," HELGA made a quick gesture
,ward, the nurned bufldings.
You have no roof, you cannot
JS11" n an"nai without shelt-
'Tin used to i."
not right not
yourti iainer s house
wnen we have plenty of room.'
; ."ePer "ook his head. "My
father and I chose our paths
long time ago. His went one way
and mine another."
.L3om;'LHeI?a saId earnestly.
?ourJather has t0W me every!
"""B- He he did not spare (him (himself.
self. (himself. But the man who is my hus hus-band
band hus-band today is not the man who
was -our father when you went
awayj He works hard "and and
he; does not drink."
Weber nodded soberly. i an
ndJNhe same man who left here
illee bosom nose and fell as she
drewja deep breath and exhaled.
.'I. eannot say more than I have
said,' She picked up the lines then
looked at him steadily. "Is there
nyi message you want me to
give5 to your father? Anything you
want to say to him?"
- Heshook his head. "Just to you.
P'raw your shades at night."
'How do you know our shades
have'not been drawn?"
Weber shook his head, turned
andwalked back toward the
woods. Helga watched him mo moment,
ment, moment, them a faint smile played
over her mouth and she continued
on out of the farmstead toward
The reason so few people con con-moke
moke con-moke o good speech in public is
that there's o scarcity of good
minKers in private.
bunkbouse, one in one of the barns maybe that was part of his over
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Sera. Slor, y ROBERT BLEES Directed by JACK ARNOLD
PROHIBITED fOk BOYS UNDER 16 YEARS OF "AGE
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You will never know how happy
he will feel and how handsome
he will look until you give; him
a Me 'GREGOR Sporting Shiri
Make your choice from ih& amazing and most
exclusive' assortment of.
SHIRTS AT YOUR fAVORITE STORE.
L 1 t 1
Yon naay find
oie for this
I I drawing aa
a package dec
oration, to adorn the fare of a
hand-made greeting card, or as
an attention-getter tree curio.
THOUGH this may seem
a funny way of- putting it,
nenuine best wishes tor the
holiday season are extended to
puzzlists in the illustration at
left. How quickly can you de decipher
cipher decipher them T
SPEAKING of holiday senti sentiments,
ments, sentiments, however said, Mrry
Christmas conveys the same
meaning the world over. But dif different
ferent different peoples do have different
ways of saying it. Scrambled be below,
low, below, for instance, are greetings
expressed in nine different
tongues. To add to the confu confusion
sion confusion a number of irrelevant Eng English
lish English words have been inserted.
Can you identify the greetings?
LETTER PERFECT PAR TY SPOR T
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CUT YOUR OWN POINSETTIAS
PAPER poinsettias that are truly eyecatching are
easy to fashion at home. Materials needed
are: construction paper, crepe paper, wire, a slender
dowel stick or curtain rod, and a few beads or
Petal and leaf designs are drawn to scale above.
Cut petals from red construction paper, leaves from
green construction paper. Use ribbons of green
crepe paper to fasten leaves, blooms and yellow
berries to curtain rod stem, as Indicated at right
center. Decorations for flower pot are also pro-
St. Nick's Talking Funny
vlded in modified scale drawings,
As a Christmas flower, the ml
or white poinsettia has been fa
vored for about a hundred years
A native of Central America and
Mexico, it was Introduced into
. the United States by Ambassador
Joel ft. Poinsett.
In its native habitat, the poin poin-settia
settia poin-settia reaches a height of six feet
and bears leaves nine inches long.
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XVHEN Santa's friend Robinson sent the old boy
a message in code, he signed it SPCJOTPO.
Santa caught on right away Robinson spelled his
name with the letter following each one in his name.
That is, S for R, P for O, etc. Taking a cue from
Robinson, Santa has written the message above. To
remind you how the code is deciphered he has writ written
ten written his own name both ways.
How quickly can you decipher Santa's unusual
,. Doos no. as 'fi!ioj H :spBj Sbb93iu .bubs
to be a winner tn
this game. It's an
to keep in mind
foi a h o I 1 ii a y
iivided into two
teams Each team
is given a set ot
may be ciavoneii
on the bark ot a
paper plate 01 on
a piece of card
Doard. A dilfei
nt colol plate is
advisable fu each tram. Each
person takes one 01 mump letters.
Teams taKe positions on oppo opposite
site opposite sides of the room.
When everyone's ready, the
leader calls out a holiday word.
Santa Is a good example, flay flayers
ers flayers on each train holding the
letters which spell this word im immediately
mediately immediately rush to the opposite
end of the loom and form the
word. Kirs t team to do so car car-rerlly
rerlly car-rerlly wins
It is wise for the host or
hostess to plan a list of words
beforehand so that all players are
part of tlir c.;ime. Check to be
certain the letters distributed will
rover ail winds chosen.
SAX FA'S BRAIN TEASER
M r. Kiln
Knngle do foi
r e r r e a t ion be between
tween between Dec. 2tt
and Dec, 24 One
of his favorite
pastimes is mak making
ing making puzzles, .Such
a hobby nalural nalural-Iv
Iv nalural-Iv would anneal
to one who spends a great deal of his working hours
constructing toys. A puzzler attributed to Mi
Kringle is this iiniciu sal problem. It must be drawn
in a single line without lifting the pen or pencil
from papei ami without retracing any part of it.
Can you do it? (Solution is elsewhere in page.)
Grandmas Quilt Has Colorful Touch
STRAIGHT FORWARD NOTION
UNLIKE the optimist falling
from Jfte high building, who,
the story has it, at each window
bar called to his friends, "All
right ao far," the falling tree
ornament pictured above, dis display
play display increased alarm each bit
farther in', its descent. How
quickly can .you arrange the an animation
imation animation in logical sequence?
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Dooks has de decided
cided decided that one
way to conserve
energy when pay paying
ing paying Christmas
calls is to follow
the old rule that
the shortest dis dis-.
. dis-. tance. between
two points is a
Dudley has hit
on a way to pay
calls to all of his
neighbors in the
set 1 1 e m e n t at
right by walking
in four straight
at house number
eight and ends
at house number
1. For your in inform
form inform a t i o n, his
path takes him
beyond the limits
of the diagram.
Can you trace
his route? (Entrances and exita
are not involved.)
After you have tried this poser,
see if you can And the homes
that are twins.
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He's Standing On His Head
CTANDING on his head at the office Christmas
- party, Boozer was facing south. His right arm
was extended straight out to the aide. In what
direction was his right hand pointing?
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1. Each year it's the same
rfer wish you,
A Merry Christmas and a
Happy Neio Year
5. Freezing point.
6. Christmas Eve date.
8. Arrange these numbers in
the order in which the reindeer
occur in the "Night Before
Christmas" poem: 1. Dasher.
2. Prancer. 3. Vixen. 4. Dancer.
10. A business man's prayer:
Help me to remember that
ounces make a pound, that
feet make a yard, and that
quarts make a gallon.
12. Invert 16.
13. Flrat Presidential X m a 1
15. Sum of the Roman numer numerals
als numerals in XMAS.
1. If a turkey weighs 13 pounds
when standing on one leg, what
will it weigh when standing on
2. "Nothing to" this.
3. Surface of a 6-inch silver
ball is how many times the sur surface
face surface of a 3-inch one?
4. Keeping Christmas: A will willingness
ingness willingness remember what others
have done for you, and get
what you have done others.
7. Hidden in: Come at noon
and stay for tea, too.
8. On emoreth ant heprod ucto
ftena ndoneh und redth Irtyone.
9. How many wlsemen came to
see the baby Jesus?
11. Invert 96.
13. Change one letter in each
word: Mighty Ole.
14. Nine sawbucks.
16. Leaves on a Xmas tree.
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only three colors
ate to be used in
working out the
design of her lat latest
est latest quilt. Shed
like to keep it
any three colors''
Hrr problem Is
to color each area
Jl the quilt with
one of the three
colors, so arrang arranging
ing arranging them that no
areas are the
same. Can you
If you do not
have crayons or
colored pen ells,
an ordinary pen pencil
cil pencil can be used
to provide vary varying
ing varying shades or to
write in color
Dotograph for Junior Readers
WALK BEFORE DINNER
XV WHENEVER Doakes undertakes anvthin. he al-
W ways goes about it In a big way. On a Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning early In December, Doakes started a
117-mlle hike back to his old home town. His en enthusiasm,
thusiasm, enthusiasm, however, diminished day by day. and
each day he walked a mile less than the day before.
Nevertheless, he persisted, and finally reached his
destination afoot Monday night eight days Inter.
How many miles did Doakes walk each day?
In effect, of course, you are being called upon
to determine a group of figures whose sum is 117.
Are you equal to the task ?
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BROTHER likea the anow. He
also likea something he has
gotten for Christmas to use out outdoors
doors outdoors when there's snow around.
To find out what his present is,
draw a continuous line from dot
. to dot 2, to dot 3, etc., until all
of the number have been used.
Try to draw lines between num numbers
bers numbers as straight as you possibly
Afterwards, you may wteh to
add colors. Use crayons or col colored
ored colored pencils to color the entire
A Tree Exhibition
"TREES make a good subject
for holiday discussion. How
quickly can you identify these
from th? pnntomimes suggested?
1. (ilrl with a fiirpiece.
2. A person looking at a cal calendar.
endar. calendar. S. Youth nattily dressed.
Aftet you've taken this test,
see if you can make up some
more tree pantomimes,
'aiudg t 'vq t 'Jj 1 :muy
By Eugene Sheffer
1 One of the chief men among
the brethren (Acts 15:22)
6 Masculine name.
9 Skin mouths.
14 Turkish decree.
16 Musical drama.
17 What we hope to do after the
22 How many faces did each of
the man-like creatures have?
23 French article.
24 Subway fare.
27 Trail of a deer.
28 Religious denomination (abbr.)
29 The rainbow
30 Exclamations heralding Santa's
31 The ark of the Lord was placed
upon this (2 Sam. 6:3)
34 In a line.
35 Peter was put in one (Acts
37 Neuter pronoun.
38 A Rreat man among the Ana Ana-kims
kims Ana-kims (Josh. 14:15)
41 Interpretation of the name
"Tabitha" (Acts 9:36)
45 Steeps flax.
46 The dill
4K Roman coin.
49 Musical tone.
50 Thin stnp of wood.
51 Drinking vessel
53 Artificially germinated grain.
54 Dry. as wine
55 Gluttonized holiday oodie.
61 Kan over again.
62 To the right!'
64 General purport.
65 Mean (colloq.)
66 Prior, in time
67 Narrow openings.
1 Title of address.
3 Varnish ingredient
5 How many times did Jacob
bow before Esau? tGen. 33:3)
6 Stray from the truth.
7 Note tn the scale.
8 Where Eskimos spend Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. 9 Those who are this in spirit
possess the kingdom of heaven
10 Goddess of harvest.
12 Sea eagle.
13 Sauce Dial. var. )
18 Short for Edward.
20 Not at home.
24 Those who shy from Santa.
25 Public speaker.
26 Manoah offered this unto the
Lord Uudg 13' 19 1
27 One of the desirable young
men among the Chaldeans
1 Ezek 23:231
2f Discharged obligation.
32 One of the enemies who were
, against Nehemiah's rebuilding
of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh
38 New Testament book
43 Two-winged fly.
ributed by Klug fWura Sw.dl. 1
47 Jacob served seven years for 54 Svmbol for selenium,
her (Gen. 29:20) fill Kodent.
49 Corpulent ST Busy insect.
50 Latvians. 58 Southern cuckoo.
51 Pharaoh dreamed that seven 5!) In no manner
ears of this came up in one 60 Periods of time (abbr.)
stalk (Gen. 41:51 K3 Symbol for erbium.
52 Inner lining of the Iris 57 Out of place in a Christmas
5't Numerous bonnet.
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"pHKRE aren't many better
' times than Christinas to prove
that everyone isn't a good judge
of measurements. Here's a test
for a parly pastime. Each prob problem
lem problem in Its own fashion, requires
a calculation of size.
1. Which candle (at lop, above)
Is exactly one inch tall from baw
top to tip of flame ?
''. How many chIiih are con contained
tained contained In the Jar?
No fair measuring or taking
an actual count.
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fTJKDAY,, DECEMBER 14, U5f
1XJKDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951
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BIG DAY D Company, 34th Armor, back In No vember 1957 was activated on the same day the 20th Infantry Regiment became the 1st Battle Group 20th
Infantry. Here, officers and men of the tank compa ny come "front and center" to take part In the historic occasion.
Kids Of The Isthmus Take Over Command
U.S. ARMY PHOTOS
Celebrating not one but two In?'
porta nt occasions in the life of. I)
Company (Walker), 34th Armor,
the officers and men of' this live
wire tank unit yesterday turned
their facil.ties over te a future gt gt-Deration
Deration gt-Deration as kidr from all over the
Isthmus gathered at Fort Kobbe
iw a full day of movies, open-1
house activity,- "Little League"
baseball cam and th ever-bonu-
1 I'iree' rides'5 in the 26 to.
Rifiils Iwa imttnrfint Hale f)
less, thad a month apart. Che- 3-Uti
Armor men et aside Decf ll this
anniversary of the establishment
or uiej.- pf aaen and the jirst birth
ay of ihe company as a sepra'e tion, Capt. jamei H Dickson Jr;,
it was just a yea f ago last
lonth that the OflL wks activated
nder its present: yellow and green
Armor Colors, bringing back to
Uoo old-tune Isthmians had knows
CnmiiiMtin "nn th hiefin'oil
significance of the dual celebrjf:
com mander at fhn ,. hiirh-snirited
tankers foh the oast 15 months.
said th ncar-s&nifianooi tarn
own unit; activation day and the
Diroiaay. ot the cavalry gives: us
an opportunity to recall not onty
the fine combat record of the unit
from which- w dn-iv mir tth
Armor lineage, but to review the
recora ot victory v and valor for
which the 'Cavalry and its Armor Armored
ed Armored successor had long been fa
"Our organization is unique in
the U. S. Army in that it is a tank
company equipped exclusively
tasks, designed for fast-moving.
nara nnng, cavairy-typr mis missions.
sions. missions. ,-.
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J"2JZrV Tl'l e"" H h. "a5ro,d dePa.r.teJ m commarding general of United States Armv Carlb-
.. v.. "'i""ij, j wcie on nana mj say eooaoye to the ireneral a tankor himir rfi-ir, v.t. ,,." .7 "'s
of service. The company Joined other elements at Fort Amador for the occasion To HarmM- tmlit. JLu'l h,s nany yea andt his illustrious parent
H. Dickson, commander of th. vnrt v-nhh. tv. lw lne occs,on- To Harroldg Immediate right is Capt. James that the For! Kobh tj.nk.r. .w;
wed their past year of accora-
We are actively
'Cavalry carta hilitv nA on
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.occasions such as this, a particu
lar sinsnip with our horse-mounted
Dec. 12. 1776. th rVuitinotitii
Congress authorized the establish establishment
ment establishment of one regiment of dragoons
a part of Gen. George Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's valliant and hard pressed
In its first screening and ia-
fnrmatinit. irathArini B,cinnmMiu
this first hastily-formed hor.se or
xanizauon periormed in such .out .outstanding
standing .outstanding fash'nn that thro. .t.
tional units were authorized in
FWMll Mrlv 1777 until k.s
days of World War II, the horse
cavalry served its nation in many
Of the mnxf' orifinal AnMafAW,MK4.
of its wars. And the rapid move-
nienis; me slashing raids and the
shock tactics brought fame to the
horse cavalry heroes of wars na.t
were carried on bv mhani
and armored unit rinrino ih i..
war in Europe.
From Normandy and the Sou h h-ern
ern h-ern French coast to the Elbe Kiv Kiv-er
er Kiv-er meeting with lh Onvit i
armored columns set the pace in
the f ght against Germany.
tn me vanguard of one such col column
umn column Was th illllelrio.,. Kik, 1
ed Division led by the now famous
34 h Tank Battalion. It is to the
combined 1f0au nf nT i.
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nla llitSM'r11 Armr.wer decorated lth distinctive blue and gold shield flanked by yellow strlpea ihe insig-
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OCEAX VOYAGE Whim D Company. 34th Arm or at Fort Kobbe gets ready for training at the Rio Hato area, they take to the sea in boats in thh case,
LCM's which transport the iron monsters to the Rio Hato beaeh.
Of D Company's Walker Bulldog Tanks
'bliahmeat and their aspirations for,
be future:.- .,. Jl
. Since its activation a year ago,
D Company has cernpilea aa en.
yiable record aU its' fW of
i "inAikrqt:.' J"r'
Moa of supporting-tne lt Battle
. Group, 20th Infantry, the Unk pla platoons
toons platoons of the company hava parti parti-.:
.: parti-.: cioated in demonstration. lirine
Exercises and field maceuvers with
he doughboys with both spirit and
In addition, tho tankers have
Aondueted their own armor tactic
: ftl trainine condensing into a brief
i-k ic weeks of dry-season maneuvers
lit tba Rio Hato training area .last
if ebmarr and Marcn, toe enure
fitrcla of unit .training and tests
- Lturected by the Department of the
- Army, and attaining a rating of
i "xceUent" in the latter.
1 1 Outstanding scores also were a-
Mueved in the various technical.
j ontmand and inspector general
i In mictions conducted during the
The tanker's safety record speaks
for itself nearly 15,000 tank
tniles over the roughest terrain in
tho most dangerous type of heavy
' oquipment with only one training
accident requiring hospitalization
Men visiting Fort Kobbe from
Other postg have long since learned
that (be tankers' 1 mess is the
"place to eat." Proud possessors'
of the Honor Mess plaque for 12
of the past 15 months, the men of
tlth Armor are used to the sight
of visiting "inspectors" who just
happen to drop by at meal time.
Typical of the tankers' spirit
was their' recent response to the
United Fund campaign.
On the first payday of the drive
while most units were just
scratching the surface of their re-,
sources the tankers came though
tvith a resounding 12 percent of
their goal, or an average of $3.42
That same month, the men of
the unit led all other Fort Kobbe
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GOOD CHOW Proof that members of D Company, 34th Armor, eat well came during the past year when the company
mess under the supervision of Sfc. Trinidad E. Chavez, was awarded a "Best Mess" plaque from former commander of the
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Col? Robert W. Garrett. Also present during the ceremony, which was repeated twelve months
in a row, were 1st Lt. James A. Cooper, executive officer of D C ompany, right, and Capt. James H. Dickson, company com commander.
mander. commander. Fort Kobbe food service supervisor Is at extreme left.
' PRESENT ARMS When Maj. Gen. Thomas L. HarroM departefl as commanding general of United States Army Caribbean tanks of D Company, 34th Ar-,-'
inor, formed an honor guard for the general, a tanker himself, as he left Fort Kobbe after a review and pa rade in his honor, In which the tankers took part.
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Editor Note: Poet Kenneth Rexroth, Vest known as
the man who started reciting ooetT to a jass aeeompanl aeeompanl-Rent
Rent aeeompanl-Rent in San Francises night spots, has written a tribute ts
more eonvrsative contemporary poet.
A LETTER TO
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS
v By Kenneth Rexrorh
When I search the past lor you,
Home times I think you are like
Bt. Francis, whose flesh went out
Like a happy cloud from him.
And merged with every lover
Donkeys, flowers, lepers, sons
But I think you are more like
Brother Juniper, who suffered
All indignities and glories
Laughing like a gentle fool.
You're In the Floretti
Somewhere, Jor you're a fool. Bill,
Like the Fool in Teats, the term
Of all wisdom and beauty.
It's you, stands over against
Helen in all her wisdom,
Solomon In all his glory.
Remember years ago. when
I told you you were the first
Great Franciscan poet since
The Middle Ages? I disturbed
The even tenor of dinner.
Your wife thought I was crazy.
It's true, though. And you're "pure,'' too,
A real classic, though not loud
About it a whole lot like
The girl of the Anthology.
Not like strident Sappho, who
1 For ail her grandeur, must have
But like Anyte, who says
Just enough, softly, for all
The thousands of years to remember
It's a wonderful quiet
You have, a way of keeping
Still about the world, and its
Dirty rivers, and garbage cans.
Red wheelbarrows glazed with rain,
Cold plums stolen from the icebox.
And Queen Anne's lace, and day's eyes,
And leaf buds bursting over
Muddy roads, and splotched bellies
With babies in them, and Cortes
And Malinche on the bloody
Causeway, the death of the flower world.
Nowadays, when the press reel
With chatterboxes, you keep still still-Each
Each still-Each year a sheaf of stillness.
Poems that have nothing to say.
Like the ftillness of George Fox,
Sitting still under the cloud'
Of all the world's temDtation,
By the fire, in the kitchen.
In the Vale of Beavor. And
The archetyoe, the silence
Of Christ, when he paused a long
Time and then said: "Thou sayest It."
Now in a recent poem you say,
"I who am about to die."
Maybe this is lust a tag
From the classics, but it sends
A shudder over me. Where
Do you get that stuff. Williams?
look at here. The day will come
When a voune woman will walk
Bv the lucid Williams River.
Where It flows through an Idyllic
News from Nowhere sort of landscape,
And she will sav to her children,
"Isn't it beautiful? It
Is named after a man who
Walked here once when it was called
The Passaic, and was filthy
With the poisonous excrements
of sick men and factories.
He was a ereat man. He knew
It was beautiful then, although
Nobody elm did, back there
In the Dark Ages. And the
Beautiful river he saw
Still flows in his veins, as It
Does In ours, and flows in our eyes.
And flows in time, and makes us
Part of it. and part of him.
That, children, is what is called
A sacramental relationships
And that is what a poet
I.v, children, one who creates
That last always."
With love and auafcaUon,
ly BREW PEARSON
MEXICO CITY A lot of his history
tory history was behind Adolfo Lopes Mi
tcos as he solemnly sworn to
uphold too law aa President of
Behind him as bo stood in the
ornate Palaco of Fine Arts was
the red, white and green of the
Mexican flag with the angry eagle
of Mexico killing the snake of the
Mexican deserts, symbolic of the
age-old straggle that has been
Mexico's against mountains and
jungle, hardship and evil.
Aid before him as he spoke the
crowd roared approval when he
said, "We will cooperate with the
United States but wo will not be
John Foster Dulles, who sat
stern-faced in the tier of boxes.
did not look any sterner at this
Doint he-mil!! hp diH not at f.rct
eet the Snanish translating nf tnat
challenge to the .USA. A lot was
behind that, remark.
Before the nrv President Vi
spoke sat Mavor Norrii Paulson
of Los Aneeles. who taverns mare
Mexicans than in .any city in thei
worm ouisioe Mexico City: the
Sheriff of Lo Aneelea Cnnf.ir
James Bixcaluz, of Mexican des
cent: me tamir or Sen renm
Chavez of New If pvirn mh :
in the United States Senate; Gov.
Ernest McFarland "of Arizona,
whose state legislature is partly
Mexican; and Raymond Telles of
El Paso, first Mexican mayor of a
Also before the u PA.ii
sat David Rockefeller, whose fa
mily s Mandard Oil lands had
oeen seised by the predecessors of'
Lopex Mateos: and the former At
torney for those companies, John
Foster Dulles, whose law firm re
presented Mandard Oil during the
long and bitter debate
Forgetting the navt fh. t.,.1
come to pay tribute to the new
rresic-ent oi Mexico.
Yes. a lot of hictorw 1- t,.t,;
J '"J "tuiuu
that simple but impressive cere
mony much of it bitter, most
of it forgotten, but not all
Mayor Telles of El Po
a city of which a 30-acre semi-island
in the Rio Grande, Chamizal
has been in dispute with Mexico
for three-ana rlera
ine capricious Rio Grande h. ..
the island now in l
. Mil U
Hie united States until a French
arbiter, called in shortly after the
American Civil War. awarded
Cnamzal to Mexico. But the U U-nited
nited U-nited States refused to accept tne
decision, and this 30 acres now, re
miss a uuui lining pan Of xui ri-
Yet the people of El Paso last
year elected a Mexican as their
mayor ky an 8-to-one vote, and
this week ha was invited by Mexi
co to attend the inauguration of
the new President.
Those who applauded as the new
President warned "We will not be
pushed around" doubtless re mem
bered Chamizal and the Pershing
expedition to the border is 191S
and the shelling of Tamjtico w
1917 and the war of 1848 plus the
many other unhappy incidents be
tween Mexico and ber northern
Mexican history books and drilled
home to Mexican children.
Yet when David Rockefeller, son
of the family whose' oil lands had
been Seized, arrived in Mexico Ci City,
ty, City, he was hailed by the press as
one of the most interesting and
friendly American visitors, for bis
brother, recently elected Governor
of New York, had been a great
promoter of Pan America, and the
Rockefeller F o u a d a t i o n had
brought to Mexico a new hybrid
com which had materially increas increased
ed increased the food of the Mexican poeple.
So out of past bitternesses have
come new friendships. There was
a tot of history too behind the
man who took oath as new Presi
dent of Mexico. He is the product
of a long series of revolutions revolutions-some
some revolutions-some bloody, some peaceful. They
Began against the old Spanish a
ristocracy and have been conti
nuing against disease, poverty
and the desert.
One of them, during our Civil
War. war- aimed against the Unit United
ed United States when European man
archs sent Emperor Maximilian
to try to re-establish a monarchy
in me western Hemisphere.
The mornarchs of Europe were
as frightened of 19th century re
publicanism as 20th century Re
publicans are frightened of com communism
munism communism and they used Mex cc as
an sbertive base to atop it
The many bloody Mexican revo revolutions
lutions revolutions which followed have final finally
ly finally evolved into the "Party of Re Revolutionary
volutionary Revolutionary Iastitututiona" which
has brought two decades of tran tranquility
quility tranquility and increased prosperity
Adolf Lopez Mateos, the new
President, was the band picked
candidate' of that party. He was
elected last July ia aa election
which saw more votes east and
was the quietest in Mexican bis bis-toy.
toy. bis-toy. In eonatrast te the past, only
one man was shot ia a political
quarrel in the Interior. For the
first time women voted. The man
they elected is the first President
in years who did not graduate ci cither
ther cither through the Army or the In Interior
terior Interior Department which in Mexi
co means the police.
Lopez Mateos was a school
teacher, a scholar, a labor arbi
trator and, more recently. Minister
of Labor. He came up through
tne political ranks as party secre
tary of the PRI in Mexico City.
Sometimes called an ardent So
cialist, the question uppermost in
the minds of bom Mexicans and
Americans as they watched Lopez
Mateos become 57th President of
Mexico was "will -he go to the
left?" will he improve or worson
relations with the United States?
The answer will not be forth-
com in? immeditelv But aa the
new President stepped down from
the dais and left the Jam-packed
raiace or f ine Arts he stopped to
give a special, personal salute pu
blicly to John Foster Dulles, one
time attorney for Standard Oil.
And Dulles, a stern man who does
not smile easily, smiled.
What Do You Read?
AROUND THECrtWORL$ WITH
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Den
LOLITA Vladimir Nabokov
DOCTOR ZH1VAGO Boris Pas
ANATOMY OF A MURDER
THE ENEMY CAMP Jerome
THE KING MUST DIE Mary
ICE PALACE Hdna jr.rk.-
THE WINTHROP WOMAN -Anya
THE TIME OF THE DRAGONS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Man fie 'Ian
AKU-AKU Thor Heyerdahl
ONLY IN AMERICA Harry Gold-
INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY John
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP -Pap
PLEASE .DON'T EAT THE DAI
l";"i Jean Kerv
THE ALLUENT SOCIETY-John
MASTERS OF DECE1T-J. Edgar
DEAR ABBY Abigail Van Bu
KIDS SAY THE BARNDEST
THINGS! Art Linkletter
ALL ABOUT MEN Joseph ft
The Lincoln Nobody Knows, by
Richard N. Current (McGraw (McGraw-Hill:)
Hill:) (McGraw-Hill:) A new interpretation of
the Civil War President by a
Lincoln scholar. Among-his con conclusions
clusions conclusions titer a keen examina
tion and appraisal of all availa
ble material: Lincoln was dead
set against slavery, but favored
emancipation by payment to slave slaveholders
holders slaveholders and deportation of ne-
Prnes tn a rmmtrv nf their nwn
He seems never to hare visual
ized the Negro as a citizen. Cur
rent takes a stand midway be between
tween between those who credit Lincoln
with the strategy that won the
war and tho-e who see him as a
The author is a professor of his history
tory history at the Women's College of
the University of North Carolina.
seems an uncontrollable urge pos
sesses young men in war time
the peak period for tattoo artists.
But bow explain the titled ladies,
gentlemen and even monarchs
Who came lo Burrhett for hia in.
delible art? t
There were Kins Georre V K1.
ward VII. Lady Randolph Church Church-hill
hill Church-hill (mother of Sir Winston),
King Frederick of Denmark, and
Aitonso Ail of spam, the Look
has photograph of some of the
most thoroughly tattooed person,
including s barechested view of
One la so learn tJ -t.ffrw.
beauty (rosy iheeks for women
and So clock shadow for non-hair-y
The Pig m the Berber Shop, by
. Allen Smith (I.itle Rrmmi
Smith has joined the large group
of writers who have, as they say.
discovered the charm of Mexico
But Smith made hie diemverv
in the course of a haircut during
which the barber sent out for.
Cold beer for his eratnmer unii
a passing pig wandered in to add
m ine entertainment.
He made more rrit to M.rir
to places where must tnriaraa
do not go. Perhaos 'few nennle
have written so delightedly about
this ancient land, combining so
sucessfully the trivial.-the serious
and the completely baffling.
Memeln at TailaaUt h
George Burcnett and Peter Leigh Leigh-ton
ton Leigh-ton (Crown): Why do peok get
themselves tatloed? This book
mpplies part of the answer. It BEST SELLERS
The ProsneetE are PL.1 L.
Honor Traev (Ramlnm hnn'i.
"Thanks to the heroe nf the
OSst. Ireland tfwl&v j
the Saxon yoke, as Gaelic as she
wisnea to ne and more Cathnlie
than anyone would have thnnnu
possible." Miss Tracy says in her
povn. Din sne was also hideous hideously
ly hideously dull." Miss Tracy. Irish her-
"elf. and one nf the ikW
ists now practicing does not bear
u uic marge oi auunesg in ner
It turns out to be a savagely
funny book and i thorough tfe tfe-Hht
Hht tfe-Hht for the reader. The hero is
Thomas O'Driscoll, a lad sent to
England by a secret society to
steal a painting on which Ireland
had Mm faneied elaim Alnne
the way Miss Tracy deftly lam lam-ooons
ooons lam-ooons not only nu-t of the foi
bles f the Irish bat a good many
of the Enelish as well.
Read Our Classifieds
Walter Winchell In New York
NEW YORK (UPl) Kenyon
Hopkins, composer of many bnl
liant movie scares, has a keen
tens of humor. He proves it la
"Shock" (ABC Paramount 259),
one of the best offbeat LP's offer offered
ed offered in months.
The jacket .cautions, ."Don't
dare listen te this musk -alane."
One Hie record bagins spinning.
it's evidant that there's nothing
te afraid at the music
should be shared with ether lis
. From the beginning ef "Heart "Heartbeat"
beat" "Heartbeat" to the ending of "So Peace-;
ful in the Country," the Creed i
Taylor orchestra apparently has j On one he plays Rachmaai Rachmaai-a
a Rachmaai-a hilarious time ribbing the hor- nolf, Uzst and Prokofiev, excel
ror theme that is so prevalent idling with the first two and mis mis-the
the mis-the movies and on television. (representing the moderately mod mod-One
One mod-One of the best numbers is j ern Pnuofiev ( Angel-35647). The.e
Hopkins arrangement 01 uiouaiy
NEW YORK (UPI) Vladi
mir Ashkenazy, the Soviet oppo
site-number of America's Van
Cliburn that la. a young eager-
beaver piano phenom lives up, Tente'
lo Ms advance Dining.
He is a romantic pianist of the
old and (ast disappearing school,,
j and without a trace of self con con-sciousness.
sciousness. con-sciousness. 1 i
Ashkenai yis new teuring the
U.S. His pianistic style and his ;
silable technique are welt dis-
played m twe new -retards.
BIG CITY PANORAMA
Nude trees in the parka,
strapped by icy winds. . "The
Flower Drum Seng," ane.her
dodgers and Hammeretein Dan Dan-kw,
kw, Dan-kw, fail ef aeunds that make
angels sing. .The skyline as
seen freni the waterfront a
biasing tapestry ef modern'
miracle. .The gay, Gellk ge
ings-an in "La Plume De Ma
.Tang whiffs ef nut
end taffy shep holding yew
smellbound. .The mosque in
Brooklyn which enacts devout
Mohammedans. .Belefente et
the Waldorf igniting "Matilda".
. .East Side Armenian sheets al altering
tering altering copper coffee urns, sil silver
ver silver vases, emate Victorian
lamps and mantel clocks-. The
fallen faces ef commuters who
just miss their train. You'd
think thy were deprived of the
last chee chee te Paiedise. .
Clear, frosty evenings farcing
the baby iters te work all
log and singing as they wing to toward
ward toward a more balmy clima e. .
The star glory of the cliff--linked
Hudson. A reminder that the
greatest woks of art merely re reflect
flect reflect nature. .Jackie Gleason, a
clown who is also a philorpher.
. .The bench-sitters in the park
peering in'o the blue blue space
and .touched by its hypnotism. .
Dry leaves crackling happily as
they hither and thi'be- from here
Illuminated hues raftected In
the settingsun kindling a fiery
moonlight conflagration challeng challenged
ed challenged by Broadway's electric trea treasure.
sure. treasure. .Jay splurging in parks
en sunny weekends. .Ferries
shuttling across the Hudson in
asy doii it style. .Reckefeler
Plata's spires punctuating the
granite poetry. .France Nuyen
expressing young love in "The
World ef Susie Wong". . .The
deep throated clang ef church church-bells
bells church-bells en Sabbath afternoon pro providing
viding providing the proper accompani accompaniment
ment accompaniment for a peaceful symphony
. .The spiraling emotional in intensity
tensity intensity in "A Touch of the Pe-
charm. ..Salty Ann Howes reck- I et". .Effervescent youngsters
eting the delightful vibrations in
'"My Fair Lady". .The eyes ef
waterfront earner itching a
ride on the wisp of a cloud. .
Martha Wright, The Blue An Angel's
gel's Angel's singing angel. The gentle
glint 'at moonlight throwing its
radiant cloak across prisons as
welt as mansions. .Elegant
Tiffany's which has many Hems
in tenement-Hanked streets sill silling
ing silling with activity.
: Asiatic abject d'art in Filth
i.Avenue import salons run oy
! suave East Indians. .. .The mod mod-'ern
'ern mod-'ern dance reei'als at Cooper U U-'
' U-' nion. .The iron coughing of bus-
es as they rumble from co.-ner o
! corner. Shooting gal'eries re
selling far less than tan dollars l cruiting patrons by playing mar mar-.
. mar-. .St. John's staine t-gless win- j tial music. .Sidestreet fleabags
Sunday." melancholy melody,
that caused a ware ot suicides in clearly is in
Eurooe about 20 yea-s ago. The i Brahms 2nd concerto with the
Hopkins-Taylor version will make ; ueriin Opera Orchestra (Angel
is depth of understanding when) j, Liti1 Amrfean co'ony's
the music is sympa.neuc, as danc dens on Saturday nieht
his playing ot the .!;, h thrnhhiner lemons Ball.
Brahms' 1st concerto, is the
meat of ueqn Fleischer's new rec record.
ord. record. How this youngish pianist
keeps right on growing musically!
This is no piece for a performer
glib of heart and fingars because
it has an intrinsic unwieldioess.
But Fleischer gives it an inner i
unity of mood and expression, an
achievement in which be is great
you want lo live.
Howard Rumtey's Lighthouse
Band, a pot-boiler for major
(an companies for may years,
now has its awn label and is
off to a good start with "jaix
Rolls Reyee" (Lighthouse CS CS-300).
300). CS-300). Rumsey features compositions
and arraneemen.s by Bob Cooper,
an outstanding tenor saxopno-pv aided by George Szell conduct
gist. Coop. r not only Wows a cool.jng the Cleveland Orchestra (E
sax on the six numbers but solos pic-3484).
an the oboe In a lyrical exposition
gf "Prelude to the Queen." What you're likely to make ef
Modern jazz buffs will flip ove Glenn Gould's playing of Baa Baa-"Jazz
"Jazz Baa-"Jazz Impressions of Eurasia" by j theven's 1st concerto and Bach's
the Dave Brubeck Quartet (Co- 5th is that of a young man bant
Lmbia CL 1251). Dave has been, on engaging the listener's mind
doing a good job as musical am-; mora than his amotions,
kassador and east truly meets; This doesn't make for exactly
Vest in his grouping of six ex-, overwhelming piano-playing. But
tended numbers, including '-No-, (he Beethoven is very much less less-mad"
mad" less-mad" and "Calcutta Blues." er Beethoven as Gould tells you
In "Hooray lor Bix" (River- in the album notes and the Bach
tide 12 268), cornetist Carl Halen ; is lesser, too. The orchestra is
captures 'be tonal beauty o' the i under Vladimir Golschmann (Co (Co-Bciderbecke
Bciderbecke (Co-Bciderbecke ho-n in an almosU umbia-ML5298).
uncanny manner. Band leader
Varfv ftrnsz doubles as guitarist t 1 Rnsalvn Tiirerk'n newlv rernrd
and vocalist in this selection ofted Bach is overwhelming, because
12 tunes, among them "For No fit is subs.antial Bach, being the
bearing torsos moving in all ib'
rections. .Rousing calypsongs in 1
"Jamaica". .The desperate gay gay-ety
ety gay-ety of nigh'clubbe-s finding a cer-:
tain contentment in innocuous chat-1
ter. .Wal; Street's canyongs ooz-!
ing serenity after midnight. .
First nighlers misktakmg bad man manners
ners manners for sophistic.-tion. . .Cyril
Ritchard's velvet urbanity in "The
! Pleasure of His Company's click
. .The lingo of cabbies slaag
spiced with an almost poetic sin
. .Square's high-spiri ed rhythm
flaming and exploding.. .The hum
of winds recording their ageless
daws glistening b. the sun.
Theatre marquees, bejewe'ed at
night, eapeted as shabby con contraptions
traptions contraptions at neon. .Chocolate
Santa! enhancing the decorative
value ef bonbon shops. Carved
in the form ef happiness fair
The happy whirl of colors at
Central Park's skating rink. Mick Mickey'
ey' Mickey' Rooney's bonfire personally
lighting up the Copa. The Man
Stem's elect-ic confet'i. . The
; sassy dialog in "Once More, With
Feeling". .Hocks of birds soar-
The Bronx Zaa's jol'y chimps.
Cu'e as baby fingers. Peter
Larkin's imaginative rets in the
"Goldilocks" musical. . Mister
and Mis Teenage in' neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood ire-cream soda headquarters
worshipping The Great God Juke
box. .The Claudetlc Colbert Colbert-Charles
Charles Colbert-Charles Boyer man and-wom-aneuvers
in "Marriage Go Raund"
. .S!. Paul s ancient weather
vane dancing wi h l' breeze. .
The ewtsy-charm of Lower Broad
buised with age. where misery
goes to find company. .The Van
Stem going to slee bu'.b by bulb
until only traffic lights blink in
the darkness. .Mid own's jittery
; tempo striking up an overture for
j insomnia. .Humans pellmelling
'down subway kiosks. ..The French
Qi rter in Ihe West Forties and
1 Fiflies. .The Saturday matinee
! 'or moppe s at the Academy of
Music. .An army of tugs pa ient-
ly nudging a. liner into port. .
Loudspeakers out'ide muix shops
pinwneeling the latest rocknroll
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Reason at All in C" and "Sorry."
Jasi music for all tastes can
be heard on "Popular Jan
Gold Album" (Capitol T 1034).
Bast numbers are Jess SUey's
"Can't Wa Be Friends." Jack
Teagarden's "A f ar You're
Gone" and Jonah Jones' "Rasa
'Goldbere Variations." and
cause MiSk Tureck
purpose is I News oho'.os of rockets blasting
to expose the full content of emo- off from the Cape C a n a e r a 1
! tion in tne music she plays. Miss launching pad have been look
Tureck is one of the few g-eatly!ing pretty much tbe sime of late
' inspired Bach performers of our, and UPI Staff pho ographer Russ
I day (Capitol-GBR7134). Yoder decided to do something
The Museum el Art's paintings
by African children. Rumple Rumple-mayer's
mayer's Rumple-mayer's sundaes decoraied with i
halo of whipped crean'. .Tne
waterfront's earlv mornine ac ivi-
way sidewalk cafes. .The tip of ; ty. The long a-ms of docks reach
Battery Park a- grand vantage
point for viewing the harbor's
scenick-knacks. .Judy Holliday
whamminfc across the celehrity
song in "Bells Are Ringing". .
Fifth Avenue shop-windows hriffh'
with holiday finery. .Silly
sounds at dawn whispehng the
song of morning.
out to grasp cargoes being unload unloaded.
ed. unloaded. . Tbe Coliseum's lignt grjy
bricks radiating moonlight's silv -r
arrows. .The melancholy caval cavalry'
ry' cavalry' of hansom cabs clip-clopping
across pavements. .The Au!omat
Set consuming cai-ies ami vita vita-sjadedSMa
sjadedSMa vita-sjadedSMa gu.praj aiuM suiui
wi h their eyebrows. .The Hay Hay-den
den Hay-den Plane'ariu.-n's theatre in the
The park's romantic lagoons bor- sky leaving witnesses s arry eyed.
A new recording of Rachmani
noff's 2nd cMicerto is especially
, felicitous. Alexander Brailowsky
Oae of the mos' important of jpiavs it with wonderful savvy; he
jazz movies, "1 Want.to Live is as ne lias for vear$
starring Susan .Hayward, yields ; pre.eminent Rachmanino'f pianis'.
Jwo excellent soundtrack LPs. ; Tne orchestra is the San Francis
. co Symphony, Enrique Jorda con-Top-notch
musicans such as ,Jvliog (RCA vict--LM2259).
Shelly Manne are featured in the
big band LP (United Artists UAL
4005) while the small combo
Which shows oft Manne ana uer uer-ry
ry uer-ry Mulligan, presents such fine
Johnny Mandell eom iositions as
"Night Watch" and "Frisco Club"
(United Artists UAL-4006).
Top jazz singles: Cozy Cole's
recording of "Ca-avan" in two
sections (Grand Award 1023) and
his interpretation of "St. Louis
Blues" (Mercury 7-1385).
Record of the weak: "The
Ricky-Tick Song" by Bibi Johns
' (Dacca -3075). This impart
frem Germany, sung in English,
-has every :hing needed to sail a
1 aUITTLiB LalXI
dering 59 h Street. .A Second
Avenue posy shop featuring 700
varieties o roses. . The exf-a- j
ordinary perspective of the Unit i
ed, Nations archi ectural lands
cape. Marble, glass and alumi-!
num were never more beautiful-!
ly combined. .The solifude-seck-!
ers walking the shac'owy residen j
tial streets aft midnight. Ex Ex-otic
otic Ex-otic herbs -sold in Chinatown at i
fantastic fees. Tiie tip'op loot- i
ling of trombones in "The Music j
Man". The all night bakery on j
the Lower East Side. Their pmn I
Dernickels are superb, folkr. . ;
Pigeons on St Patrick's lawns i
displaying their Jigni'ied waddle. .'
. .Sean O'Casey's sinking vnrd-;
Third Avenue from 47th to
59th the rente- of the (own s
a Thor Able rocket
was recorded bv Yoder as it roar
ed off in a cloud of smoke and
vapor froir i's pad in an e?rie
floodlit night scene.
The fact that Yoder s pic ure age in "Shadow or a Gunman i
r. ade front pages across the The East River swishing its sun-1
county was no accident. He had chine-tinted, w-ives
not only made a technically per-
Thanvm wh carries a k f
eesponsibtlrries on his shawl ders
bem't have fm (ar mony
Tbe world's highest dam ia
the Mauvoisin, on the Iranse I
Krver in swiueriana. it -was
completed in the (all of 1B97.
The dam is an arch type, ot
concrete, 780 feet high. The
dam was built to supply power.
Hoover Dam, -on the Colorado
River, between Ariaona and
Nevada, at 72 feet, is th
second highest water barrier,
a Bacydoafrala BeMaaalea.
feet pho'o of the rocket blast-off
but included in the same picture
an eye-catching image of the
moon itself in giant praportions.
Photo editors across the coun- j
try sent queries asking how the
pic' ure was made.
The answer, according to Ye Ye-dar,
dar, Ye-dar, was reasonably simple ex except
cept except that n a b a d y else had
thought of doing it.
Several nights before the
scheduled rocket launching, Russ
mounted bis single lens reflex
cmera on a hutoj 600 mm tele
photo lens and hen set he whole
unit on a firm tripod. He aimed
he lens at the moon which was
three quarters full and made in
exposure which he knew to te
correct from previous tests.
The film was not advanced in
be camera. A few nights la'er
when the actual test took nlace.
Yidet c a i e f u I ly Can he
launching scene in his view find
er, allowing for Iht space where
he had earlier recorded the image
of the moon.
After the racket's ascent ha
devaleped lh film and found a
per'ect pic'ura of the bla-t-aft
tegathar with the racket's intend
ad target, the mean.
The rocket shot i self ended in
failure hut Russ Yoder's double
xposed picture was a sensa'ioiial
The Garment District's untam untamed
ed untamed ballet ef mabs and machines
. .The Me'opera, where you
can saa enly hair the s t a q a
from balcony side seats... Belle Belle-vae,
vae, Belle-vae, an immense medical fac factory.
tory. factory. About 30 buildings. .
Youngsters bubbling out of
sch-ols. .Midtown's honky-tonk
ta-daodle: An incessant roar
and a meanina'e., restless ex excitement.
citement. excitement. .The Hobewery
where you can ae the many
faces of He'!. .Pearl S'ree?
the town' most rncient tt-oro-fara
and the enly street that
runs .No'S, Sou'h, East and
Wast. .The new restaurant al almost
most almost en top of 444 5th Avenue
and the Rainbow Room si!uited
in the home of eagle. wl- a
The Greenwich ViCaqe coffee
haui where Greeks. Armenians :
and Turks gather, rex-wearing yog can guzzle a martini in the
is rather common here. . .The clouds.
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COMMANDER this is Capt. James H. Dickson command commanding
ing commanding officer of D Company, 34th Armor, with Its home at Fort
Kobbe. The -captain hu been with, the organization- tor
many months and through many training exercises, firing
problems and other activities which the company perform performed
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depositors for a total of $545.
Dickson claims his outfit is the
"combat readiest" on the Isthmus,
a boast he supports with actual
performance records in numerous
recent exercises. "Whenever they
'blow thr whistle,' he says, "we
have farther to go, more to do,
heavier equipment to go, best best-trained
trained best-trained tankers in the Army and
the readiest, best-maintained tanks
to put them in I've ever seen. I'll
soot the rest of the command a
flat half-hour on a quick move,
and we'll beat 'em every time."
The men of D Company, 34lh
Armor share their commander's
pride. They are proud of their
new unit crest and of the familiar
triangular armor patch which a a-dorns
dorns a-dorns their work uniform
So proud are they of these dis dis-tinc
tinc dis-tinc ive Awior trappins that the
latest unit photograph was taken.
with the troops in work uniform,
complete with yellow scarves.
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Dickson said, "This was for kids
rj all a0s ura'v fnitnrl that hn!n
boys and girls are interested iu
the tanks, and we live to mase
this an occasion strictly for them.
You might all it a sort of long-
range recruiting r program ior Ar
In extending his congratulation
to D Company. 34th Armor, on the
occasion of its anniversary, Maj.
Gen. Charles L da: her, command
ing general, United States Army
Caribbean, wrote: "While mem members
bers members of this branch (Armor) have
added honors and tradititions of
their own to the proud heritage
from the cavalry, the major cha characteristics
racteristics characteristics of this mounted arm
have remained the same over the
team, one which complements and
works in harmony with other
Dasher continued by saying:
"Forceful leeadership and alert alertness
ness alertness to changing needs have coor coordinated
dinated coordinated the best of men and ma machines
chines machines into a powerful fighting
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other and steal the scene, Jean Hagen and Shaggy, the mop mop-,pawed
,pawed mop-,pawed dog, were so intent on the battle that they both got out
of focus. Note that Shaggy is even stepping on Jean's foot. It
happened while shooting Walt Disney's "The-Shaggy Dog," a
poof 'on shaggy dog stones, m Hollywood.
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 958
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THE CHAMPION IS willing the challenger does
not know that's the next day story of Wednesday
night's heavyweight title bout.
Archie Moore, who kept the title with an Uth round
knockout against Yvon Durelle in Montreal, said he
would be glad to go through with a return bout.
Moore, who came off the canvas four times once
after a slip explained "You've got to reward his
cameness .and his ability. I never dreamed Durelle
could take it. from so many "bombs."
Durelle mumbled "Im going home t o fish. I have
no other bouts planned.'' Promoter Eddie Quinn is
talking of a return bout again in Montreal next
July. President Truman Gibson of the International
Boxing Club agreed with the idea.
Challenger Yvon Durelle says It was his own fault
In falling to take the liRht heavyweight title Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night that he didn't take advantage of his
THE SOVIET UNION'S warning to the West against
trying to shoot its way into West Berlin was is issued
sued issued to show the deadly seriousness of Premier Nlki Nlki-ta
ta Nlki-ta Khrushchev's proposals on the future of Berlin,
diplomatic observers said.
Russia, in an authorized declaration by the official
Tass news agency, said Thursday night any attempt
to force a way into Berlin could lead to war "with
all its disastrous consequences." It said an attack on
A BILL TO increase the extent of Panama's ter territorial
ritorial territorial waters to 12 mites. Instead of the present
three, was passed by unanimous vote in the National
Assembly second reading. This is tantamount to en enactment
actment enactment since the third and final reading are usual usually
ly usually formalities. ..
The bill will have the effect of placing nine miles
of Panamanian territorial water between the Canal
East Germany would be considered an attack on the tone's three miles of Jurisdiction and the open sea
Warsaw Pact nations led by Russia. 1 and it will therefore be- impossible for vessels to
In Washington, the State Department -said the 'transit the Canal without passing through Panama Panama-United
United Panama-United States would not be deterred by Soviet threats nlan waters.
first round opportunity.
Champion Archie Moore hit the canvas three
time in the aliening round hut settled down to
wia In the 11th. Durelle said "I gave Moore
manv eninrs. I let him cover me after the
knockdawni and couldn't nut across- the finishing
Moore, after praising Durelle. then oulpoed "I
urei rot sick of looking at referee Jack Sharkey in
that fir round. Every time I saw him he was stand standing
ing standing over me counting." -.v..
Maryland football coach Tommy Mont resigned.
The resignation was accepted immediately by-University
President Wilson Elkins. The president's office
aid: Mont's resignation was wrked out in consultation
with the board of regents and Bikini.
- Mont joined Marvland in K succeeding Jim Ta Ta-tum
tum Ta-tum His teams won 11 games In three seasons. The Ter Terrapins
rapins Terrapins won three last season while,. losing seven.
Chicago middleweight Spider Webb stopoed British
middleweight champion Terry Downes. in the eighth
round at Wembley, England.
Webb the world's third-ranked middleweight middleweight-dropped
dropped middleweight-dropped his British opponent for an eight-count in the
first round. But Downes fought back and hurt Webb sev several
eral several times in the bruising battle.
The American m idle weight opened a cut over the
left eye of Downes in the seventh round. Webb kept up
a steady barrage on the damaged eye and the referee
topped the bout after the eighth round.
From near and far. baseball men Joined in tribute
the late Tris SDesker, with Tv Cobb sounding the key keynote
note keynote bv saying.- "I was fortunate to be in the company
of a player of his stature."
Cobb was a. competitor of Speaker's and after their
active days were over, both men were voted into base baseball's
ball's baseball's Hall of Fame.
"It was a shock to learn of his passing," said the
"Georgia Peach" in Gienbrook, Nev. "Our great feel feeling
ing feeling of friendship towards one another was indicated by
our many meetings after our days of competition were
ever. Whatever rivalry we felt for one another ceased
when we left the playing field."
In ltl(. Speaker snapped Cobb's nine-year reign
as American League batting champion when he hit
"I don't need to emphasize Speaker's greatness,
Cobb added. "His records speak for themselves."
Harry Hooper, who played in the same Red Sox out outfield
field outfield with the "Gray Eagle" for seven seasons, recalled
those days when Duffy Lewis was the third member of
"We wre a well-knit, harmonious team, the three
of us." Hooper said. "It was just like a family. I was
Just thinking about Tris the other day. ,We always ex exchanged
changed exchanged Christmas cards. 1 can't believe he's gone."
Even in the later years. Speaker frequently aided
Cleveland players with hatting and fielding tips.
"Speaker was liked by everyone on the team." said
Jim Hegan, who put in 10 seasons with the Indians. "The
Indians are certainly going to miss him. He was a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous help to the players."
William R. Daley, board chairman of the Indians,
said, "I was a great admirer of Speaker when I saw him
play in my youth. He was an inspiration to every one
of our- players."
Vice President George Medinger or the Indians add added,
ed, added, "Tris was a close personal friend 'and one of the
outstanding men in baseball."
Other comments by baseball men:
Commissioner Ford Frick "The death of Tris Spea Speaker
ker Speaker was a great loss to me personally and to the game
of baseball." s
Will Harridge. retiring president of the American
"Tris was a great credit to the American League,
to the game of baseball everywhere and a graad per-
ton on or off the field."
Warren Giles., National League president "He
talked the game. . worked wifji'vouncsters. 'and did
a wonderful goodwill ioh as ambassador for baseball.
All of us will miss him."
Charley Gehringcr, former Detroit second baseman
"He was a great ball player and a fine gentleman.
He always radiated enthusiasm. I plaved against. him
one year. All you had to do was take one look at him to
know he was a great ball plaver."
John-MeDale, general rffans,wer of the Tigers "I
never knew him too well personally, but he was the kind
of man you could respect just by reading about him."
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1958
from defendings its rights in Berlin.
Khrushchev, in an interview with the""newspaper
'Sueddeutsche Zeitung'' of Munich, repeated the
warning Friday and said the West could have only
one motive in maintaining military forces In West
Berlin "to prepare a hot war.".
Diplomatic observers noted the Russian warning
came on the eve of the NATO foreign ministers con conference
ference conference in Paris, where Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles meets the foreign ministers of France,
Britain and West Germany today.
The statement reiterated the Soviet Union's deter determination
mination determination to carry out its plan to turn Berlin over to
the East German Communists. It indicated that 80 80-viet
viet 80-viet leaders are disappointed that their proposals'
have failed to bring a formal Western reply, .. . s
sn me aosence 01 a reply Russia has had two weeks.
. The preamble to the bill stated that it was of im importance
portance importance to declare that this extension of sovereign
rights would be done without prejudice to commit commitments
ments commitments In International treaties in force for the in innocent
nocent innocent passage of ships using the Canal.
Some press comments, however, have Indicated that
it ronld permit Panama to stop and beard ships ap approaching
proaching approaching or leaving the Canal.
News was received of the slfllng bv Presldnt
loshower of the executive order "uthnrlring the
lmo!nienhttnn of the Single Wage Plan fnr the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone which aims at settlnt merit nay svs svs-,trv
,trv svs-,trv ir4 uniform emft'nvmwt standards and avall avall-hif
hif avall-hif cf inhj f!itie t Ml "overnment em em-;bves;n
;bves;n em-;bves;n be ftrfnsl Zo" whetr-ee'the- are r'tizens
In which to sample and analyze official anrf Armf f irial iof b T'rd o- neonbUo of Panama.
reactions In the United States. Britain, -Frane nd y'-Tft iwrVnjdtN that the merit svstem wilf be be-West
West be-West Germany. HJb'iarr 1. Iflso. A me"tln of the
indications in the press that the West la lust as new canai zone personnel Policies Coordinating
Hnera was neirf to fius'' tn executive order and
later-nnoti'v tht the unified wae vtem 1 e-r.
pected to effective for all employes by Feb. 22, 1959.
On'v ten "errant or so of non-citizen emDloyes of
the Canal Zr" wPl receive substantial wage in increases
creases increases as direct, reniit of the measure hut It has
been rcr-t.er"w stftrt tMt the bnflts will he lonr
run? rather thn Immediate, end there ore Vv end
golden onnortu"ti for local-rater to use training
facilities and get the higher paid jobs.
A trial invoking a damages m.ijt for $3MV(V)0 a?strt
the Panama Canal nrrwded ft, IT. S. DMrlet
Oourt at Anwon most of th week The libelants ee
TV-pwfin et C French ftiliUjwncM whoe boat the
phorip, m twt- humnd tH panics of Galllard Cut
during a night Transit in 1951.
determined to stay In Berlin as the Soviet Union Is
to get out have made it necessary for Russia to make
Its position more explicit.
On this score it left no room for doubt. It. also un underscored
derscored underscored the comment of Sen. Hubert HumDhrey
0-MInn.) after an eight-hour talk with Khrushchev
that the Berlin situation was "fraught with danger."
Georgia has told a Federal court that it screens
applicants to units of the state university system to
maintain high educational standards and does so
without regard to race.
The state Unlversltv System's Board of Regents,
defendant in a historic racial Integration suit, tail tailed
ed tailed witnesses to refute the claims of Negro plaintiffs
that such screening makes it impossible for Negroes
to enter all-white university brances.
, These witnesses said other criteria are used in pas passing
sing passing uoon applications and the state's case was
based mainly on the argument that the Dlalntiffn had
not filed transcripts which are required from all ap applicants.
plicants. applicants. This was brought out In testimony bv the nlain tiffs
themselves, three Negro women who filed suit to gain
entrance to all-white Georgia State College of Busi Business
ness Business Administration GSC) in Atlanta.
In testimony Thursday, an official of the National
Association for the Advancement of Colored People
revealed that the NAACP is financing the suit, at
the request of the plaintiffs.
Georgia Attv, Gen. Eugene Cook immediately charg charged
ed charged that the disclosure proved "bad faith" on the oart
of the three Negro women. He said thev were inter interested
ested interested onlv in becoming the first Negroes to enter GSC,
not in getting an education.
University Chancellor Harmon Caldwell, a defense
witness, defended a Georgia policy of granting aid
to Negroes desiring to attend out-of-state colleges of offering
fering offering courses not available in Negro. He said most
Georgia Negroes Drefer It that way.
"Most of the white and most of the Negro people
In Georgia want segregation," he said.
The National Soace Administration Indicated It
plans to ask the new Congress for at least another 45
million dollars to heln pneed the nation's space pro programs
grams programs during the current fiscal year.
A space administration spokesman said that the
agency's officials have had no apparent change of
heart about the 45 million dollars that Congress shav shaved
ed shaved from their first budget to make it about 300 mil
Th moricsn I inn called meetings on both sides
o the Totniiic wh'rh nerents attended to di-n
Wht en he dono phout. th trercrt school tuition
r"t.- Jt. stt.ed 'n rrtoh(l thot, the fees for pt pt-tonHirm
tonHirm pt-tonHirm rnv, .,i in tne canal Zone are equal to
Stateside college fees.
A Fort Ou'l'' cold1'"-. !rov -thr n' ven eht.
''rep heree father n? tririt h u prfi Som Orte Ortega.
ga. Ortega. H'i wife gave birth to th triplets in Coco Solo
hosnlfl pn-1 all are doing well.
mov brhir rnrn""t.on charges soon against teamsters
br- Jarnpn n. Hnfr-. 't Ws learned.
tv. nttnr rnnior't-n pnared likely to move n n-gain't
gain't n-gain't JWfa rrnallv In t Wfe of Thur'dsy's
court order giving them sweeping clean-up PQjgy8
Federal 3nv F. Dickinson Letts, who Issued the
order, made It nlaln he felt he could rejmove Hoffi
from office or punish him for contempt of court If
he balked at the reform nronosaK
In Miami Beach. Fla.. Hoffa said the Informal re report
port report of the Teamster-named Bender Commission in indicated
dicated indicated the corruntlon charges leveled at the team team-ster
ster team-ster ere "exaggerated.'
Hof'a said he could not comment further on the
work of the cnmrhllon because its status was left
in doubt by Lett's ruling.
The three-member commission, headed hy former
Ohio Sen. George Bender, was hired by trie Team Teamsters,
sters, Teamsters, at $250 a day each, to Investigate charges of
corruption against the union and recommend chances.
Asked if he were afraid of Inslntr his inb Hoffa
However, he declined to give any hint of whether? shot back: "T never was afraid of nothing, let alone
the space administration's budget request for fiscal losing my job."
1960 would match the more than 500 million dollars
called for Thursday night by chief counsel George J.
Feldman of the House Space Committee.
Feldman said the U.S. -Russian race to explore space
"Is the greatest challenge making has ever faced"
dwarfing "in significance the discovery of America by
"If we fail to meet this challenge. . our nation will
go to the way of the great reptiles of the past," he
Negotiators tried to end a strike of deliverymen
that has halted publication of nine major New York
The nine papers, with a total circulation of more
than 5,500,00, suspended publication Thursday on the
grounds that it was economically unfeasible to con continue
tinue continue printing without means of delivery. All but a
few of the papers' 20,000 personnel were Jurloughed,
without pay, until further notice.
Coming at the Christmas shopping season, the
strike dealt a blow to the newspapers and their ad advertisers.
vertisers. advertisers. In an effort to reach shoppers, most ad advertisers
vertisers advertisers stepped uo radio and television campaigns.
The napers Involved are The Post, The Herald Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, The Times. The World-Telegran and Sun, The
Long Island Star-Journal, The Long Island Press, The
Journal American, The Mifjor and The News.
Court-appointed monitors of the Teamsters Union
Teamsters' attorneys were certain to appeal Letts'
ruling. It apoarent'v will take several davs before an
aooeal can be made because of delays in preparing
So far, -monitor chairman Martin F. O'Donoghue
and his colleague Godfrey P. Schmidt, who form an
antl-Hoffa majority, have aimed their fire at Hoffa's
Jhe teamsters rebelled at monitor demands to bring
charges against one of Hoffa's Detroit associates,
Owen (Bertl Brennan, based on testimony that Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan mlssued "union welfare funds.
Letts ruled that the union must comply with that
and nine other orders of recommendation the moni monitors
tors monitors say have not been obeyed.
Rank-and-file teamsters, who originally challenged
Hoffa's election on grounds it was rigged in advance,
have compiled a list of 75 separate charges against
Hoffa. Thev are mainly based on testimony before
the Senate" Rackets Committee.
The decision by Letts ordered Hoffa to cancel plans
for a convention he scheduled for next March In an
effort to get rid of the monitors.
The unions claims that -the monitors have exceed
ed their powers in attempting a clean-up campaign.
But. Letts' ruling gives them wide authority to crack
down on corruption within the nation's latest union.
Sunday American Supprement
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works havoc wUh the mechanism, and about 16 hours are required to clean the tanks after such an operation to prevent corrosion and keep them
in good mhaeJkanietd smditoon.--(U. Army Photo)
.and keep iKem
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OF MAGNA. GREATEST PLANET Cfi 'THE GALAXYtX
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M ASA RANCH, ANNIE, BUT IT5 &fk.l KIND LIKE A MOVIE
(R My PRlPE ANP JO- HOUSE; BAKHsJjX"-fMC'- IT'S:
CORRAL AND MORTGAGE J vl
PICTURESQUE?? THATS A r AW HOW
BIG VvORP FOR A LITTLE J COULD A NV-
GIRLc SOMETIMES rtfS JUST ONE" BE
A FANCY WAy OF SAVINS POOR WHEN
v ..v.. ,r ;y 1 C1
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HORSE ANP RIPE
BACK ID THE
JUST THOUGHT I P THtS RECOVERING V UAV??
&C HOW ttXJR GREAT- SLOWLy-1 HOPE HE I 'WELL-LET'S
UNCLE BLACK FEATHER J WILL SOON BE WELL I GET STARTED
ENOUGH TO HELP GET
THE LAST OF THE BAY
IN BEFORE THE1
I I; I f riMenaal T tiAn a vjai i A
II VISIT OVER AT tfJRlY UAVNESfe A
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I WAS NOT HINTING FOR rCORLY, X MISS GAY I'M NOT DOINS
HIM TO HELP ME- HEfSH-VERBELL J IT FOR HER-I'VE OTICEO
A UTUE FLAB AROUND MV
MIDDLE LATELV AND I NEED
(WHATfeTHB fH AN' RED ARE
A PEST UOOKIN' DOWN AT
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RANCH UNCLE :
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LOOKS LIKE OUR LITTLE INJUN GIRL'S GOT
A. NEW-FOUND FRIEND, DONT-IT?
I KNOW WHO IT IS -v j
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IS HE 60NNA GET IN OUR HE'S NOT IN OUR WAV!
WAY? ARE you GONNA KyETIM'-JELLIN-
TELL THE BOSS AV. A ANyBODV ANYTHING
'Mirm' Bet -... .. nun vi-t n i
vwct" ecn m- X 7C I Nl SLC IfvM
wr-r. , n
L?i.,-f i CS HIAlT..TUAr
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to construct A?'i2Lar : jL ?l
GJVES ME AN
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I RUINED ALL MV" ;
AND I HAVE A BKAIN
P f THIS IDEA OFFERS ) "ITHlNK
f I A WHOLE NEW -S.r ) -- YOU'VE J
" W CONCEPflN J"- J1. GOT 1
! r" SPACE TRAVEL J" jT ?ViS0METH1NG
I V A x ..7 THERE, f
WE CANT GET IT OFF HIS HEAD.
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" ;V IN MV THIRTY YEARS 1 '. iiP!? J",
EXPENSIVE INSTRUMENTS, ,., : i
.lpWWrV sift; '.i-.'-i i-'-'
what was lris;,,?; wr -: iir iLl' Fs. oh, herb Til
ALL THE W. rV. : r-TT'r PULLED J
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.HE PUT THE CAN rss WTa"V" 06 7
1 L ON HIS HEAO V: f ; XCAREFUt
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CALL THE DOCTOR
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A fr3fti2S-"TAKE HIM TO y
t ". VH' m iTthe plumbers
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SMELL LIKE A J I
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THERE X CAN HANC THIS MAT
OVER TO TRANS 'EAST OIL
tun ci ii en i uv wimkf
- BROKE; JOHNNY ENGINEERS
A RIPE ON A HANPCAR
TO 03RUK,U5IN Hl
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BE ABOARD THAT V -t L 1?
TRAIN-. AFTER. IT lJQ t5
HAVE YOUR MEN If NEVER FEAR
COVER THE EXITS, I TAZA.HE IS AS
MAY TRY TO 1 OUR HANPS.;
JUMP OFF .mm
HE 1 NOT ABOARPf I MfQfKEEV
1S IT TOSSJBLE HE 1 SEARCHING
fOUNC. ANOTHER THE TRAlNi
AlEAN TO REACH HE MUST BE
TOBRUK? tej-tf "MERE
i f ; :
MEANWHtU! JUST AHEAP OF THE TRAIN,..
f tuc toaiu'c :
BEHINP US, MEN! I r"
WHAT HAPPENS NOW JL w; .-T
VQ WE SET -SHOVED
All nai J I J 1IJMT .'fit
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WE wax BE
SWITCHEP TO A
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X -lt CURVE! 1
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f NOW THE SVV1TCH fSS Y
THROWN BACK AGAIN,
ANP THE TRAIN CONTINUES
ON TO TOSRUK'
. Anp then
QuicW TA2A; PULLS THE EMERGENCY CORf?
THE T)A1N 6RINP TO A SVOrj tT
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ir WHAT'S t SCNl -CM JCJ HCKacur-
; SO FUNNY tJiy&ZYOXfO NEVER Nfj
L y w All
TO ME5 ITS
WITH A NOTE IN THE
3ET WtSE SHE
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OUT THE OGCHfDS
f HERS WHAT
ARE VOU ;
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WAV' I V- Wb I wrj.-
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CUT THE UNfe ;H;
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THAT'S NO SOLUTION.
GET HOLD OF
', Mil :7!V jfBIJT SHC PROMISED!
L .4gJH IT
tm fed up
L WITH THIS I
X. WAITING f
IUST6AD OP WAITING VDUR
Time rushing mewhy don't
mTgUCTlVE TO Dg?
RIGHT TIME l LEAKY FAUCET
IS MONEY. jN THE LAUNDRy!
MAIM .VALVE -J
mwunMnw ii...." nil niii'i i
NO WATER &ZSSBf
THIS. IS DREADFUL YWl
WHAT AM I GOING
1T7S ME EMILY?
WELL, WHAT V--:
BY GOLLY YOU
WERE RIGHT 1 JUST. THAT'S
AVty A"iy Y GREAT
-V NOWMAYBE YOU CAN f"-V A I
FIGURE: OUT WHY THERE'S ')
NO WATER IN THE JCA
I H H4I Ii ii
THE CURLY H HORSE RANCH
, AttY NOT BE; ANY GREAT SHUCKS
AS-A RANCH, .ANNE BUT ITS "
MY PRlPE AND'JCY HOUSE; BARNS.
CORRAL AND' MORTGAGE J ?
KINPA LIKE A MOVIE. w
V RANCH-ITS J
- PICTURESQUE?? THATS A" Y AW- HOW
i bis worp for a little ) could any-girlc-sometimes
itls just one be
;a fancy waYjOF sayingVpoor when
POVcKTX- Ui IHyOWN THe
STRICKEN 5-t VWttE, WIPE
Tit 1 rnrM e"-nt 'i'-
HORSE- ANP RIPE 7
BACK TO. THE
r, SlLVERB&L .1 HAD A SWELL! V JUST THOUGHT IP V HE'S RECOVERING) V WAY T ?
yisrr over at curly hayness i ask howxxk keat- slowlyz mope he r wea-LtT s
HORSE RANCH AN HE ROPE j.1 UNCLE' BLAQC FEATHER WILL SOON BE WELL 1 GET STARTED
HOME WITH ME
IS CCM1NG ALONG
ENOUGH TO HELP GET
THE LAST OF THE HAV
. IN BEFORE THE
" 5 ?. T
ANNIE -TELL MR. HAYNES
I WAS KOT'HINTINS FOR. f CURLY,
HIM TO 'HELP ME r H
-J--. '.;.: :-?; rrl
X HEARD HEK-Y3U 1ELU-
MISS 6 AY I'M NOT POINS
' IT FOR HER -I'VE NOTICED
A LITTLE FLAB AROUND MY
MIPPLE LATELY AND I NEED
WHATlS THIS -VVWE AN RED ARE
LOOKS LIKE OUR LITTLE INJUN GIRL'S OOT
'i' VV H'M'M'M I'M V
IS HE OONNA 6ET IN OUR 7 HE'S NOT IN OUR WAY
WAY? ARE you GONNA VET-IM NOT TELLING
TELL THE BOSS LACYV ANyBOPY ANVTHING
YET- AND SEE THAT
. -v j. 'A -o
-" HEY WAIT-THAT 3 '
,-9 i cpoiMLci IMG CAM 3
; TO CONSTRUCT jg! iV ',
M 1 -' JI
P THIS IDEA OFFERS I THINK -iMt tSmmmM we CAMTET ITOFFHtS HEAQ :
f I A WHOLE NEW J -r4 VOU'VE, V 1 'V ANCL ME HAS HIS PVPE INMISJQ ;,
" CONCEPT IN r Jfh -'QOT A& f: MOtfm'j
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ANDI-HAVE A BRAIN Jr -: f -fc-r( ? if I .-EXCITEMENT J i J J" 1 .ONE OF HIS
"TTfe fs?. ssferif "S
f"ZZM EPUTTHECAN J' -WVV BE f T7i Z '-'-A WE CAN"r L CALL THE DOCTOR-
!TT;A ON HtS HEAO Sf', TCAREFUL ,T :.6ETIT jr' -CAU THE DOCTOR 'V"
. LIKE THIS ry f t -V NOVNt S QFC f4r V'. f-?! U
1 ras3!5wsrr "L J3BIHVEa?ilf -iSSjS5S:t771
T cx, n NO-l WILL NOT )
fft: iTS A COME OVER THERE
X ffSLOv-.TAKE HIMTO 7
C VV:Tthe plumbers
i trgS?, fH -Sv SMELL L
j ,$T2 Doctors
.ike a r-i