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PANAMA, E. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1951
DLM .gT HE NEWSPAPER;. t,
-1-'. a i'-..s. j :., IT f-.ji t t- .- -; r tw if -A"
n A poll f public sentiment
jnong Atlantic side residents is
'to b taken for the selection of
v name for the new Atlantic side
' high school, which will be locat locat-'
' locat-' cd at Coco Solo. -..
Gov. W. E. Potter has written
the presidents of the Civic
Councils In Coco Solo, Margarita,
and Gatun, requesting that they
obtain the concensus of public
A number of names has been
proposed for the high school,
among them Aspinwall, Atlan Atlantic,
tic, Atlantic, Coco Solo, Cristobal, and
Stevens. The Governor has re relocated,
located, relocated, an early; reply, since
' the Schools Division will place
orders early for many supplies
for the school which is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to. open at the beginning
of the coming school year.
The need for speed In the con construction
struction construction of the new Junior and
, senior High was emphasized al al-so
so al-so by IX. Coir Robert D. Brown,
Jr., Engineering nd Construc Construction
tion Construction director," at a spre-bidding
conference held yesterday af ter-
noon in the .-Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
. Col, Brown announced that
August 31, 1859 had, been set as
the completion-date for class class--
- class-- rooms and toilet facilities and
for the installation of all equip equipment
ment equipment necessary 1 permit- the
opening of school In ; the new
building on Sept, 1.
A second completion date of
Jan: 1, 1969 has been establish established
ed established for the construction j of the
school library, athletic facili facilities,
ties, facilities, shops, cafeteria, aaditi aaditi-rium
rium aaditi-rium and other facilities on
which work; can be done after
the school term starts.
More than, 25 ontractors and
contractors'" representatives at-
T"- f na .Hum mnri
-iV;.e-iarge' former Navy build-
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TffngB IBM) 1 llisir vciaa niuuciu
school plant were aaverusea m
mid-November ,nd are toW
opened Dec. 29.,- The 'contract
wlH be" awarded as soon as pos possible
sible possible after the bloV opening Col.
Brown, stated. ,
15 Peaceful Days
Vhat in legal verblagd was
called tumultous and ;6itensive
conduct" near the Paraiscv com commissary
missary commissary yesterday brought Ca
nal Zone police to' the scene to
haul Off Daniel Nehemiam
filn less formal Vuna. the 36 36-year
year 36-year old Panamanian was
charged today with disturbing
the peace, In -particular, seve several
ral several witnesses told Judge John
B. Deming in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court, Goodin had been
using profane and indecent lan language
guage language in the present and with
In the hearing of women, and
T w o ; commissary officials
were amons the witnesses a
The Judge found the defend defendant
ant defendant guilty and meted out a 15 15-day
day 15-day Jail sentence,
Gooding is also known as
Belde." His record is sprinkled
with convictions for. disturbing
the, peace, assault, malicious
'PCs Tug Taboga
To Tow Vessel
From Pun tare nas v,
The Panama Canal sea-going
tug Taboga left Balboa yester-
dav afternoon for Puntarenas,
- Costa Rica, to-tow the Antarti-
co to Balboa- t, 4 tf
' The vessel,' of 3999 i gross tons.
Is 338 feet long. It carries 1. 1.-00
00 1.-00 tons of cargo. :, ;.. ,,,
. The shin suffered a break-
- down'.of Its main bearing while
; in the Costa,Rlcan port, Payne
h Wardlaw are agents.
; The Taboga was take about
40 hours for the trio to Pun-
tarenas and about 80 hours for
-j the return trio with the "An-
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OLDEST INHABITANT Totally-blind Mr EloisaVega Ortfrt
ga, who- claims-to be 128 "years old, received 10ff cheek from
Arburo Jllueoa, public relations officer of the National Brew-
ery, as a prize for being the oldest Inhabitant, of Panama at
the time of the birth of the Nino Mill6n the country's mil-'
lionthinhnbttAnt. Mrs. OrteKa.
year .USSO)-, th liberator .BoUvr.iJied Is shown here helduring:.th past .f ew. wetki,
eeive the prize. ;
hlovembertoils Only Slightly
B$1ow October s High Mark
There were 773 ocean-going
commercial vessels using. the
Panama CanaL during' the
month of November, 33': less
than-.the trevious monttuae monttuae-cording,
cording, monttuae-cording, to statistics announced
yesterday at Balboav Height .:
i In- addition to. the commer commercial
cial commercial traffic there were 20 trans transits
its transits by: UJS.' Government vessels.
Tolls collected in November
amounted to $3,732,517, of which
$100,571 were tolls credits from
Government ships. This figure
was; Sonly slightly lower : than
the total 'of $3,814,011 'set dur during.
ing. during. October, the hiehest month monthly
ly monthly 'tolls total in the Canal's
Cargo shipped through the
Canal last month came "to, a
total of 4,186.770 Ions tons, of
which 115.1 14 -tons were shlp shlp-p
p shlp-p e 4 on GSbvernment-owned
ships. This was the second con consecutive
secutive consecutive month 'that the eareo
total exceeded 4.000,000, long
Tjital transits for the first
five months of this fiscal year
US Embassy Refuses
To Assist Newsman
In Escaping Cuba :
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U.S. Embassy has reaffirmed U
refusal t assist Pat Farley. a
newsman from Miami who is seek seeking
ing seeking to get out of the rebel-held Es-
eambray footmus of Eastern- Cu
ba. ;,- ,.,
An CEmbassyS spokesman' 'said
Farley will have to get out of Reb
el territory the same way he got
in as a companion, Jen uapo-
nen,; of Hollywood, Calif., has lire
ady escaped. '. :
The rebel radio reported two
weeks ago that Farley and Capo Capo-nen
nen Capo-nen were in territory held by anti anti-government
government anti-government forces and proposed
that the. government grant' them
tome kind of sale conduct to gu gu-rSntee.
rSntee. gu-rSntee. their-' departure, v 5;
The : Embassy refused to re request
quest request any such assurance from
the 4 government. Caponen ; has
since' made his way aafely to Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, but an insurgent broadcast
yesterday," directed to'vMiamfs
station WCKT, said Farley is still
. y waiting for guarantees.? t-l
-r. ; fea iifrr
tJ.S. Authoritie sa'id the5 Feder Federal
al Federal Communications Commission is
likely to inquire into the rebel link
with WCKT, i which is reported
yesterday to have broadcast the
statement that it has "important
newt for Dr., .(Rebel Leader Fi Fidel)
del) Fidel) Casteo.".
who savs she was born the same I
were lower '"than for1: the' com
parable period in' the past fis fiscal
cal fiscal year although tolls for the
first five, months of this year
are slightly higher than v last
There were 3,846 commercial
ocean-going using the y Canal
durinr the first five months of
this year as compared to 3.963
maung tne transit in the com
parable period last year. Tolls
tnis year totaled $18,476,946 r
neany 16,000. more than the
figures for the first, five months
01 tne previous fiscal year.
Three Burglaf :
Face Judge Crowe,
One Gefs (temboa
All three suspects who faced
the Cristobal Division of the
UJS. District Court today were
convicted of burglary on the
second degree;, 5, -Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe was on, the bench.
'All were given' penitentiary
terms, but only Guerrero Wil
liams was required to serve his
term. He will epend5 the' next
year at Gamboa penitentiary
Williams' coueague m crime
Victor Riviere, was given an 18 18-month
month 18-month term, but serfvlce of the
punishments was suspended and
he was put on probation for five
years. ..4- .'
in another case, Berger O
James pleaded guilty to second
aegree burglary. He also was
given an 18 month sentence,
suspenoea, ana was put on pro-
oanon ior five years.; .,,
All tnree defendant were
' Operating- 4n: automobile
without a valid license plate
landed 44-vear-oid Rupert Taitt,
Panamanian." in Balboa Court
Judse John E. Demlng im
posed a fine of $25' for the mis misdemeanor.
demeanor. misdemeanor. v
, Drlvinrf- a truck 'without the
eyeglasses, required in 'his re
stricted driver's license cost Jo Jose
se Jose Balbino Goti $10. v
Shortly after noon yesterday,
then 83-year-old Panamanian
was Involved In: an accident on
the Gorgas; Hospital- service
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: This II Slcich
' Santa' Claus is her not
everywhere, bir& some places
a sleigh left on the, Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's lawn carries a cargo. of
interesting to look at, but war
: Coming on along Gorgas
Road, the Gorgas Hospital dis
play sets the ..pace of the sea
son.-' ." i ;
In Panama, Christmas trees
of all sizes are offered in shops
and by sidewalk; vendors.
Many wees wiu go by car,
truck or plane to the deep In
terlor, vendors report.
Almost all tshops in, Panama
and Colon are now .'decked out
in lull Christmas regalia.
Local 900 Speeds
Ini line with recent decision of
the executive board, of Local SCO,
AFSCME; AFL-CIO, to tevisethe
organizational structure; of the
union, organization of workers
by; chapters withli) the various
divisional areas' of the Panama
Canal Company-government has
continued j at i
rm tje&.l.' director of brganl-
xatlon purcerollmore conducted
elections for the membership of
the Coco Solo Hospital chapter,
and; the following oincerj were
elected a&d installed:
Richard cmicoti, cnairman;
rharies Gordon, vice chairman:
Sylvia Carter,, secretary; Alfred
Smith, treasurer Richard Ford,
Pedro Amore, Cecil DeMercadd,
TK tnatsllation was conduct
ed by Peter, Alexis, chairman of
th Atlantic reelon,
Chairman Harold W. Rerrle of
Local 90O gave a lecture at tne
conclusion 01 tne insiauauon
and this was followed by the
showing of two motion pictures
on labor education:
fiutmlv Division warehouse. at
Mount Hopej industrial Divisloru
and Rainbow City Teacners
chanters also held elections re
cently and Installation of offi
cers for these groups are scnea
uled for this week. :
Goes To President
For His Signature
A hilt extending Panama's
rrttnril waters from three to
12 miles' ?was given its jinai
reading iby v? the- National As
Th hill, nreaented to the Na
tional Assembly by government
assemblyman Aquiuno a 0 y a
with the signatures of assem-.
blvmen rrepresenUng an tac
tions of the i Assembly, now
goes to President at ia uuw
dla for. signature-
The bill puts vessels an an-proaohinitf
proaohinitf an-proaohinitf Panama Canal wa waters,
ters, waters, in tne' position of having
M run ftV vm rauiu
upon entering the 12-mile lim limit
it limit and the United States flag
three miles .out of Panama Ca Ca-nai
nai Ca-nai waters. v
A provision In the original
version Of the bill presented by
Boyd guaranteeing' the right of
innocent passage of ships using
the Panama Canal was stricken
from the. bilk,
. The bill. If sighed by Presl
dent de-la Guardia, is expect expected
ed expected to encounter opposition from
the United States and other
countries Jwhtch. insist on rec recognising
ognising recognising only a three-mile lim limit
it limit of territorial waters. :
Littlfi Boy Dies
On Gatun Launch
nnkertn Mons. the lS-moftth-
old son of i a couple living at
Qulpo, on Gatun Lake, died
vesterday .aboard launch in
the Lake.V": -;v -": "r s ?
Hia mother Rufina Agullaf,
said ,. the baby had been jalck
with a cold and fever, for the
las week and she was taking
him to a' doctor In 'Colon.
Juan Mong af Qulpo was the
Final plans for Christmas hoh
programs. at the Cristobal YMCA YMCA-USO
USO YMCA-USO were announced yesterday by
John Morris, program committee
chairman of the committee of
Outlining these plans, Morris
said the Cristobal YMCA" USO
would do everything possible to
bring USO's" traditional hospitality
to service personnel during the
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M; aaia- ine openms event win
be a Christmas tree decorating
party tomorrow. Servicemen and
junior hostesses will decorate the
"Y'a Christmas tree and then
adjoin "to the patio, where a hot
dog roast will be held Informal
dancing will follow.
On Saturday at p,m., a "Win "Winter
ter "Winter Wonderland" dance will be
held in the YMCA-USO audtito audtito-rium.
rium. audtito-rium. Special stunts ssd novelties
have been planned by the Serv Servicemen's
icemen's Servicemen's council as a part of the
A Special Christmas eve par party
ty party has been planned. Christmas ca carol'
rol' carol' will be v sung and at 10:45
p.m. servicemen ahd Junior host hostesses
esses hostesses will be planning to attend
Christmas even- services; af Vari Various
ous Various ( churches. r"
' Morris further 1 staled that a
"Happy Holiday"- dance, will be
held on Saturday; Dec. 27, at 8
p.m.' Music fqr'the evening will
be furnished' by the Ivair Thorpe
combo. ; :
On Tuesday.? Dee. 30' th Viiu
nual holiday buffet will ha hM
Lw the Patio at T pjn. Tweitrad'-
nonaic wncr- nan epics -wm De prft prft-tented
tented prft-tented "The. LiUlest Camel Knee
and 'The Holy Child'' after the
supper his beea served
Morris them declared that the
closing event would t. be a N
Year's Eve party. There will be
intormai dancing uhtil stroke of
midnight. NoisemaKers will be
furnished and refreshments will
RP Will End .Year
$3,800,00 In Red
A goodly portion f the 1959
budget of the Panama govern
ment was approved during a
second-, parliamentary reading
by (the National Assembly yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, l m
The new budget has been set
at $61,113,500, the highest fig
ure in the historic of the repub
Yesterday, in answer to aues
tions regarding the new budget,
Comptroller General Roberto
Heurtematte told th: National
Assembly, that the' government
will end up the year with a de
ficit of $3,800,000. r
Heurtematte explained -that
those who will be affected most
by the deficit are', businessmen
who supply the i government
wun materials, and the Social
According to the Comptroller,
by the end. Of the year the gov government
ernment government wilL oVe the social Se Security
curity Security organization more than
one-million dollars and busl
nessmen.wiu have r to wait 90
days before they are paid.
Largest appropriation in. the
budget ?.is $12,978,899 for the
Education Ministry; followed
closely by the -Ministry of La
bor, social Welfare and Public
Health' for which $13,039,205 has
RP Sludenl Leader
Suspended From Job
- Student leader Andrea Cantillo
yesterday was suspended: from his
teaching fob at the Manuel J. Hur-
tado School for being absent trom
nis post from Sept. 28 to Oct. 8 and
for inciting students to disobey
The suspension order was sign signed1
ed1 signed1 by s primary education director
Cantillo, who is secretary gen general
eral general of the Panama Students Fed Federation,:
eration,: Federation,: is also charged with mis misappropriation
appropriation misappropriation of flags placed by
city authorities along Central Ave Avenue
nue Avenue during the Independence .Day
festivities; written and 01 f disj
rerpect to the abief, executive and
other Ugh' government officials,
and, heading, a small group of stu--lent
who barricaded themselves
'1 the' National Institute last Oc-
ober against the orders of the kf
La Boca Chorus
Shoppers who '; do their buv-
ing at the Balboa retail store
will have a special treat in store
Beginning at 7:flo n.m.: the
La 1 Boca Alumn! Chorus wiil
present a special program of
Christmas carols and tradition traditional
al traditional music on the front porch of
the store building. The choru3
will be. directed bv Miss Emilv
The chorus is well-known in
the. Canal Zone, it has sung at
a number of public vent, such
as the Inauguration ceremonies
for Gov. John S. Seybold, the
Goethals Memorial Celebration
at th "Hanging of the, Greens"
at the Balboa YMCA, and in
conceits at the Jewish Weifar
Board in Balboa and at several
miuwry posts. .., K
The Paraiso High School will
present Its annual nrntrram nf
Christmas music in the Paraiso
uymnasium on Monday at 8 n.m
Special music for the; occasion
will, be rendered by the Glee
Ciula itnder the direction of Miss
Bianaina waterman. ;,
, 'Trwprogram Includes;
"VeriidPieles Todos,! by the
school orchestra; "SJhg Noel,"
vpueblecit ode Belen.r and "Now
Ten us. oentle.Mary," "Oh" San San-tisimo,''
tisimo,'' San-tisimo,'' "Voces CelestC "A
Christmas t Carol," bf'MVee
"'Winter Wonderland, by sax saxophone
ophone saxophone soloist Carlo Garnett,
and' other selections, 1
MILWAUKEE BRAVES owner
Louis Ri Perini has been ap appointed
pointed appointed consul general for
Panama in Boston, Mass. A A-part
part A-part from his position as
chairman of the Braves, Perini
is director of North Atlantic
Predglng Company; trustee of
the j. Children's Cancer Re-.
search Foundation ; chairman
of the Board of Majestic Con Contractors
tractors Contractors Ltd. of Edmonton, AU
berta; director of the Cana Canadian
dian Canadian Cancer Society ; chair chairman
man chairman of the board of Perini
Quebec Inc.; director of Con Consolidated
solidated Consolidated Denison Mines. ?
Date For Converting
Pedro Miguel Locks
Put Olf temporarily
A delay in the closini to traf
fic of the ast chamber of Pedro
Miguel. Locks to permit the con
version of all frequency-sensitive
equipment to 60-cycle power was
announced yesterday at .Balboa
The work of converting locks
equipment, formerly scheduled
to start at Pedro Miguel yester
day, has been postponed pen'ding
the completion of operational
tests, now being, carried on in
Preliminary work on an ex
perlmental basi has been going
on since Nov. 1J at Pedro Miguel
Locks' where ; the contractor,
Consolidated International Elec Electric
tric Electric Company of New York has
been carrying opt experimental
conversion1 on the east wall
equipment which couM be. spared
from the locxs service.
When the work swings Into
'uil force, tne east cnamrer : v
edro Mliiuel will be tken nut
of service and the Pacific Locks
"'ill operate on a 24 hour sched
f f v.
y ? V 1 4.
i $ 1 : v
150-Day Dirt Job
Gets Going Fast
On West Bank
Work started today on
across the Panama Canal at
$20,000,000 structure is projected for 1962.
Something of a record for a fast start was chalked
up yesterday when Panamdcontracror L R. Sommer walk,
ed away from oalboa Heights with a signed contract only
inree nours arrer oias were opened tor the bridge ap approaches
proaches approaches on the west bank, Before dark, his staff had
selected the site for the job office, and this morning the
lumber to build it arrived.
Sommer put in a figure of $385,000 for the job, un underbidding
derbidding underbidding the next lowest competitor by 13 cents a cubic
yard on the exebvation material to be moved.
Last jjght the well known Isthmian contractor toolt
off by air for the States where he will buy more heavy
equipment for the big job of piling up the West Bank
ramp for the bridge.
, Most ;of his employes are Panamanians, and well well-known
known well-known Panamanian contractor Manuel CaMe rnn will ka
associated with Sommer in the work. The job must be -complete
fun 150 days -, J-
age set under the; Fair Labor
Standards Act for laborin inter interstate
state interstate -commerce will apply on
this and all other bridge job3.
Hence, the lowest paid worker
will get $1 an hour.
Only fZO.OOO.OQO has been au authorized
thorized authorized by the U.S. Congress
for the bridge, bat government
officials have stated that the
application of the $1 -an -hour
minimum wage to the work
will increase its costH by about
15 percent, to around $23,000, $23,000,-000.
000. $23,000,-000. When completed, the 3-span
steel arch truss structure will
become one, of the world's fa famous
mous famous bridees. Its center span
will be 1000 feet long. And an
ships that sail the high seas may
pass under it without tipping
The formality of signing and
approving the contract took
place in the board room of -the
canal s Administration Building
with Gov. W. E. Potter; Lt. Col
R. D, Brown, Jr., Engineering
and Construction Director; and
Sommer signing the contract.
One Soldier Killed
At Chiva Chiva
As Truck Overturns
One soldier was killed and an
other was hospitalized yesterday
when a truck overturned on cniva-
Chiva Trail. Two soldiers riding
in the rear of the vehicle appar
ently were uninjured.
Name of the dead man was wun-
held by V.S. Airmy Caribbean
pending notification of the next ol
The truck's driver, Pic. Juan
F. Rivera-Hernandez, 21, was tak-
jn tn HArffii Uncnitfll whprft' lift
la under observation for shoclt. His
condition this morning was re
ported as "not serious." Rivera-
Hernandez. aSMgned to Headquart
ers Battery. n irun' auanon.
517th-Artillery, Fort Clayton, a
the son of Pablo and ines Rivera
Hernandez. Barrio Mariana, Na
guabo, Puerto Rico.
The Armv three quarter ton
truck was going north on Chiva Chiva-Chiva
Chiva Chiva-Chiva Trail about 1:30 yesterday
afternoon. Apparently it skidded
on gravel while making a right
turn, went off the side of tne road,
turned ovei and stopped with its
wheels in the air.
The dead foldier was riding in
th ront seat. The. two other mert
in the vehicle were not hospitaliz
ed. They were Pvt. Warren B.
McDonald, 31. of Headquarters
Company, 1st BaUle Group,' 20th
Infantry. Fort Kobre, and pvt. jn
se Nieves Del Valle, 22. of Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Battery, 1st Battle Group. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murdbek McDonald of Fanny Bay,
B.C.; Canada. Nieves Del Valle's
arem ar Higinio and Ramon
del Valle Nieves. of Barrio Real,
Patillas. Puerto Rico.
An- Armv doctor. Cant. Joeoli
Jo".. !nd n 'mb'inre w-e
called from the Fort Clavton Di Di-oensary..
oensary.. Di-oensary.. Canal Zone police and
military police are investigating.
a high-level fixed bridge
Balboa. Comnleiion nf the
oilers; -7 -vwra
..'S!.nc'i, Primarily art
earthrmovlng and compiction
lUu. i ne total imnnn .
tion InyoivedTir 374.u0n 2
varas. Most of the material to
SSm come from
proa h quired for the ap.
.-h awtrSnR of contract
and completion of formalities
was done in record time because
f ThUSh.un,tur of the Job
The earthftlis will require a
nigh degree of compaction
which necssitates that t'V
H,!!! bCComPshed mostly
Sommer entered a bid of
J384.830 for all work covered In
u fnfcract' of whicn $317,000
Is for the excavation
th? r r,0 be donp Includes
i hnfnAct 0S of detour roads
parfhh lhaiche,r Hlrtiway and
Farfan Road, relocation 6f va va-rlou
rlou va-rlou Acuities, clearing aid
grubbing, and spri.rginjr of about
work n comPletion of other
rLW. S.ther Iocal contracting
"8- Framorco. mc. and Vul"
can, Inc., and one States' com company,
pany, company, Burkholder and Burk Burk-hoWer
hoWer Burk-hoWer of Winchester. Va en-
M20.841 to S620.950 for all work
involved. The unit price for the
cubic yS.'11 uPt0
' It.rad ben announced at a
pre-bidding conference held ear early
ly early this month between Canal of officials
ficials officials and representatives of
contracting firms that a con contract
tract contract would be awarded shortly
after the bids were opened.
Brown, the Canal's contract contract-lnr
lnr contract-lnr officer, who presided at
the meetine several wee- no,
reonested prospective b1fers
to be orenared t submit Jkts
nf eqnioment vaab for' the
bridge ob on the day bids were
Pnmmer furnished his list of
available equipment, soon aftejf
the ooeninjr of bids and return returned
ed returned two hour, later to furnish
bonds and to complete other de.
tali related to the contract,,
This is the first of two hia
contracts to be awarded for tha
bridge approaches. A contract
for the construction of the long,
er and more complicated east
sonroach s to be advertised late
Are Now Available
On Panama Trains,
; A new service was offered pas passengers
sengers passengers on the Panama Railroad's
two morning trains in each dtrec
tion ye-teraay when passengers
were able to buy coffee and dough dough-tiuts
tiuts dough-tiuts during the trip across the
The service is on an experi experimental
mental experimental basis, railroad officials
said. j :
me trains on which the coffee
and doughnut -re b'ng served
ire the 7:00 and :45 a.m. south south-wnd
wnd south-wnd tri'm from Colon a""1 ta
7; 10 and 9:55 a.m. trains aorth aorth-bound
bound aorth-bound from Panama.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER II, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Colon Office:' ta.l7 Central Avenue bween 12th and 13th Stfeets
FOtlEION ftlFREIENTATJVC JOSHUA B POWERS INC.
34S Madison Ave New York M7i n. y.
Pl MONTH IN ADVANCE $ I 70 2 SO
wm six months in Advance is OO
One Year in SO 4 00
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI RIADERS OWN COLUMN
Tha Matt In M a mr r raastrs of Tha Panama American.
Lcttora art raceived aralafulfy an art kmU hi a wholly ceafMential
- If ran coatriftuta a Utttr aw'r at impatient if if sn t aaar tha
Meat day. LeHara ara published ia tha erster racaivaa.
. Ptaaaa try to hats tha lettat limits" to ona lantth.
Uantity of latter writer hel ia strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
express1 in letters from readers.
THE MAIL SOX
' I won't deny that it is quite an advantage to be able to shop at
- the Army stores or, rather, to be able to take your choice of where
to shop," since I very often end up doing most of my shopping at
They offer a greater choice, often in better taste, in a surprising
number of items. And the PanCanal commissary prices are usually
lower than Stateside "Fair Trade" prices which really doesn t
mean too much, because there are always places that sell below
these manufacturer-suggested prices. 1.
B'lt in at least one department I have finally decided to stick
to Balboa products the meat section. After years of gambling on
the Army Commissaries' low-priced native and New Zealand beef,
which is sometimes good and sometimes inedible but mostly on the
borderline. I've decided to cut on something else and spend a few
cents more per pound of meat at Balboa Their meat is local also,
njut with a difference the difference being that it tates fight.
ran omeon enlie-hten me as to the reason why o often
traffic is halted on the bridge at Miraflores while the in- coming
ships are still several minutes away?
Is it. Decause that's the efficient way to run the thing?
Or because our eniners in the control house are so un uncertain
certain uncertain of their own skill that they can't take a chance, last
they cut it too close?
PLAYGROUND FOR PANAMA
I know what Panama needs.
It needs an amusement park.
People need amusement, and not just the nightclub variety.
Swimmim nonl and olavernunrfs are wonderful: I'm all for them.
But where can vmi "0 on a SunH" afternoon r'ate for just good clean
fun and lauhtr? The movies? Th 'nte-ior' The overcrowded swim
minr TJnol? Thev're fine for while, but it ats monotonous.
And where can you take the youngsters for a once-in-a-while
Why, an amusement park, of course. A merry-go-round, a ferns
wheel, a side-show nr two. a mintature golf course, boo corn and
sugar floss, a shootin? gallpry oh, there are so many fun things
to d" at an ami'ement, pa'..
Whv. i mi?Vit Drove t he biger gnlH mine than the Canal.
Why doesn't some smart Panama investor bui'-' one?
Yoars For Fun.
I am thoroughly disgusted with the letter hv "Esrhmwd"
fMMJ Brr. TJec. 11) calling xjublic attention to rh fnct that a
rrtli CF-N announce' nulled a "btn hoo" in mlsnrnnounc'T
t won "numismatic." if indeed he did mispronounce 1t. It
about t'me someone took ten In hand to anwer these self-styled
Intellectuals. thp xelf-artpoted critics. Time for someone to
fleht. alonldn the bov? at CFN who are !mt getting too much
push'" aroundifrom a hqst ot-Donvoouf a'ges.
What kind W'lnw TQCperson. driest take to brVn to lUfot
such small and InsierHfint Issues? These slobs who have
nothine else to do with their t'me rou'd make a lot of money
.lust staving awa from Deorjif The best announcer In the busi business
ness business t not infallible In nronwlat'on.
Although t know none of the bovs at CFN personally. T am
an ardent TV fan and I ludge this new mm In question to have
a nrofesslonal touch that is nertpmr indicative nt some expe experience
rience experience in h' field. It Is -etfintr to the point now where thee
hoys afraid to onen their mouth in performance of their
duties, for fer thev yr" the rxt hrv he to nieces In the
newsnaoer. T think nw t doinr wonderil lob with what
they have to work with. There Is no donbt that som of their
talent leves lot to be deMred. but thi is no reason some Jab Jabbering
bering Jabbering village Idiot should take it upon himself to be Judge and
In conclusion T nersonallv t,hi"k the moron-tvne character
that wrote this criticism Is lust hlf as stunirt as those who read
It und nay an attention to it. I'm sur that Intelligent nonie
Tuill cet slight bellvarhe from Its humorous aspect and then
dismiss this sort of rubbish from their minds.
Unt'l I henr from the author or authors of these brilliant
mastereieces throueh the Mail Box. the bamboo shades of mv
Lbathroom window will remain at, half-mast, i iust wonder if It
Isn't somehow possible to get away from the entiro hums" race
U.S. Army Housewife
This is Panama, it is for sure. And Americans who have
sunk their roots In off-Canal Zone soil sure won't let you for
Whoever aaid that Americans stick together had one word
wrong when reterring to Americans who are in private businesi
m we repuDiir. some of them, at least, understand their own
people so well that they know just how to rob them and get a a-way
way a-way with it.
For Instance. I take a friend's advice and call for the TV
repairman. My kids are acreaming for Santa Claus and Ed Sul Sullivan.
livan. Sullivan. Wonderful, the repairman will be out that day. Two davs
later they show up, but they can't fix it there. They'll take It
Into the shop and bring it back tomorrow. Tomorrow arrives
three days later, as does the TV set, with technicians and a
whopoer of a bill about double their original estimate.
They won't leave the set without the dough, ao what can
This la not just a situation in this particular business It's
Jiappened to me in several other cases in Panama too. Ameri American
can American servicemen and civil service workers retire here and stay,
vhlch Is fine. But when they start taking advantage of their
Town people, that's something else. They know the things Amer Americans
icans Americans will go to great trouble to have. In spite of the cost.
Let's have a merry Christmas, as we sit sipping eggnog
tnade from watery Panamanian dairy products, watching the
holiday shows on our newly-repalred TV set, now so dear to us,
and munchlna: the PanCanal empanadas, now selling for ten
eents. Robbers, all of them.
By VICTOR RIISEL
Apparently what is good for the
President of the U.S. is not good'
enough for a tough little union of
3.500 so called Flight Engineers.
They've just about thumbed their
noses at virtually all appeals to
reason and thereby hangs aa
untold tale of hard hit communi communities,
ties, communities, thousands of men and women
mace jobless needlessly and terri terrific
fic terrific lesses to leading commercial
This is a vital story of personal
in erest not only to those who fly
to get places, but to all who live
in ci ies beneath the turbulent air
hanging over nearby traffic-jammed
This report can well begin in
President Eisenhower's White
House office on the morning of
July 21. The Presiuent was talking
with the soft voiced, most impar impartial
tial impartial of mediators. David Cole. Wi h
Cole were members of a board
which for six months had been
studying the Flight Engineers
Assn. demand ha' it retain "the
third man" seat in jet aircraft
Mr. Cole had just submitted his
report to the President saying that
the flight engineer on a jet plane
should be turned into a pi'ot.
There is n- longer any need for
the flying -engineer." Pres. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower ag-eed. He said' that his
own airship, the Columbine, had
three p'loU -r- but no flight engi engineer.
neer. engineer. The President, who knows
his Stra'egic Air Command as weil
as he know? the inside of his
golf bags, jimed out that the
huge ?i?ht-je -motored B-52 have
no engineers. Just trained pilots.
Dave Cole's c&mmit'ee said
that the flight engineer's job was
needed 10 vear- ago when the en engineer
gineer engineer started the aircraft on the
ground, but the new jets have no
igni'ions. On the old planes the
engineer was needed to worry a a-bout
bout a-bout fires in the baggage compart compartments.
ments. compartments. Bu' now these sectmns are
so ai-tight that nothing could com
buct in them.
There is no generator to go out
of order aloft. There is no engine
analyzer, which the engineer used
to handle. There is no aerial re-pai-
work on a je.
The committee estimated uii
he "third man" actually spent on only
ly only five minutes now out of every
hour at his daials. There is no
need for his knobs on the jets, ine
fire-fighting eauipment, for exam
ple, is handled automatically
by the pilot with push buttons.
The rea hazard, are (nose me
pilots must worry about. There is
the slight matter of avoiding col
lisions at a speed of 10 miles k
minu'e wi'h another plane com
ing at you at anotner iu mu
minute. There is me proDiem i
landing for once the jet starts
its run 1. it 'annot tane on s
can an old-fashioned plane. It
must complete its landing enon.
Thus, even the eyes 01 tnree piiois
may be ail too lew in an emer-
The report saw me engiueci
should take training at company
expense. His job, his pay, his se
niority, all art guaanteed. Y.t
the Flight Engineers' leaders have
struck Eastern Airlines, for ex example,
ample, example, defiantly refusing to be
trained as pilots. The Flight En Engineers,
gineers, Engineers, to preserve their little
union, at one time spent $40,000
for public re'ations including
an artful "movie" romancing
They have not only defied the
White House and Pres. Eisenhow Eisenhower,
er, Eisenhower, who annroved the report per
sonally and asked Jim Hagerty o
go ut and tell tne newsmen mai
he did approve i' (which was un unprecedented).
precedented). unprecedented). But the tiny union
has defied even its parents outfit,
the AFL-CIO. Three times three
soecial AFL-CIO commHees have
also ruled against the Flight En Engineers
gineers Engineers and urged them to merge
with the Airline Pilots Assn.
A-mong those who ru'ed against
the Flight Engineers were a(u
CIO chief Geo'ge Meany. national
wrretarv treasurer Bin aennm-
ler and 'vice-oresiden' George Ha Ha-rrson,
rrson, Ha-rrson, now also a United Nations
delegate. They said on one occa occasion
sion occasion "the committee. .can find
no trade union reason why the
mprffer vf these two organizations
(the Pilots and the Engineers
vm should no' become a reality
Yet the Flight Engineers Inter International
national International Assn. has struck hard at
o'r travel. The carriers are nun.
Their emroloyes ar. laid off. The
public is in the middle. And there
is danger of further costly stop stoppages.
pages. stoppages. What's at stake? A tiny
union whose members, jobs, In
come ana prestige won i eiu eiu-fer.
fer. eiu-fer. Is this the age of reason? It
there a labor movement? Or Is it
merely a marriage of Inconveni Inconvenience
ence Inconvenience to be abandoned when it de demands
mands demands respect?
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MEXICO CITY "i David RockJ bone-dry American embassy stop-
efeite:, vice-pieaident 0 the tnae,pea in for a anuuef before calling
Walter Wincheli In New York
Rosalind Russell, tha shooting
star, gave off sparks in a TV re reprice
price reprice ot "Wonderful Town'' and is
popping fiery fragments in the
iilm version of "Auntie Mame."
It was quite a week for the gifted
and vibrant Roozle-dazzler. But
life hasn'i been all Stardust and
applause for Miss Kussell. She- has
known the meaning of failure. The
Star once noted: Til match my
flops with anybody's, but I wouldn
have missed 'em. Flops are a part
of life's menu and I'm never a girl
to miss any of the courses", .Be .Before
fore .Before "Wonderful Town" opened on
Broadway, Miss Russell went to
St. Patrick's and prayed for mixed
notices. The morning after she
inspired unanimous raves, she re returned
turned returned to St. Patrick's for a two two-word
word two-word prayer: "Thank you."
When, asked to explain her Mar Mar-cess
cess Mar-cess secret, she comments:
"There ire no secret formulas. On Only
ly Only hard work, good health and al
ways play to the balcony; it pushes
the floor. Talent alone won t get
you past the tourtn row. ine
star's personal philosophy, inciden
tally, echoes Auntie Maine's
phrase: "Live, live, live, live!"
Miss Novak, the
that she is still a
One of the season's more eag eagerly
erly eagerly awaited dramas, "JB," opens
Thursday at the ANT A Theatre. It
was written by Archibald Mac Mac-Leish
Leish Mac-Leish and direc.ed by Elia Kazan
. .Mr. Kazan U probably the most
successful of contemporary direc directors
tors directors in the theatre. Ask him what
ingredients must go into a play to
make it successiul and he ob observes:
serves: observes: "U must have truth. A
play has to hit home somewhere
it has to mean something to peo people.
ple. people. Take 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.'
What was it really all about? it
was about a woman whose husband
wouldn't go to bed with her. That
was the story."
Jose Ferrer whose "Edwin
Booth" wasn't appreciated by re
viewers, has decided to fight tor
the show's survival although the
battle mighi cost him many thou thousands
sands thousands of r'ollars. Those who know
Mr. Ferrer aren't surprised. He
has always had the courage of his
convictions. He iell in love with
Rosie Clooney while he wasn't free
to marry her. Nevertheless, he re
fused to hide. As Mr. Ferrer ex explained:
plained: explained: "We were open and a-
bovebdard asout tne way we ie
about each other. It wasn't that
I'm more honest than anybody
else. I've learned that lying is im impracticable.
practicable. impracticable. Also it's a waste of
time and you look like an idiot
when you're caught."
Jerry Lewis is currently recu recuperating
perating recuperating from a serious illness
caused by overwork. This
the rst time Lewis has -paid v'-a.
penalty for his soaring ambition.
His careei personifies one of the
great ironies of life: You must
work hard for success and
then hard work becomes more .im
portant than success. Lewis, who
is wealthy enough 10 taKe u easy,
confesses: "I'-i happiest when
I'm working 18 hours a day, .7
days a week, I often say that
when the light goes on in tne re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, I automatically do a 20-
Incredibly, Lewis makes himself
sick as the consequence of a com'
pulsive desire to make people
have thorns. .Redbook ma gids gids-closes
closes gids-closes the influence iha' Elizabeth
Taylor and Mike Todd had on Deb Debbie
bie Debbie and Eddie during the ten-day
holiday they spent together in Eu Europe
rope Europe in 1957. "We saw how much
fun they hr.d, and howthey were
really the happies people I ever
saw. They had a tremendous
companionship, they were buddi buddies,
es, buddies, they were everything to each
Manhattan Bank and brother of
ine governor-elect of Mew York,
was admiring the beautiful apint-
mgs in tne residential palace 01
A Mexican employ politely ap
proached Rockefeller to help ex-
plant ihe apintuigs. roint to a
mural by Diego Rivera depicting
Mexico's struggle against the A A-merican
merican A-merican oil companies. he said:'
"There in the corner is John D.
Rockefeller, the wicked capitalist."
The grandson of John D. SMILn
ed, did not reveal his iden ity.
Wnen he left, he handed the vol voluntary
untary voluntary Mexican guide a lip.
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KILLING OUR FRIENDS
President Adolfo Lopez Mateos
is 'the only Mexican president per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, in history, who didn't pic
feathers .from he American eagle
while campaigning for election.
It' a ad commentary on U.S.
Mexican relations that thumbing
you nose at Uncle Sam is Ine
easiest way for a politician to win
voies in Mexico.
Conversely, if you get too
friendly to the USA you're fi dead
politically. Too much praise n
the American press killed foreign
minister Ezeqwel Fadilla. Every
time an American newspaper call called
ed called him '"he great friends of the
United States" it made him that
much less effective in his own
country. Likewise with Espinose d
Monteiros, former Mexican ambis
sador in Washington.
Similar praise of Oswalds Aran Aran-ha,
ha, Aran-ha, former foreign minister of
Brazil, has hurt him politically.
It's an un ortunate fact, but our
best friends in Latin America
can't be elected to office if they
show their friendship for the "Co "Colossus
lossus "Colossus of the North."
That's why it was- both signifi
cant and courageous on the part
of new President Lopez Mateos
that he no only did no criticize
the USA during his election cam campaign,
paign, campaign, but appointed quiet, steady
Manuel Tello, Mexican amabassa amabassa-dor
dor amabassa-dor to Washington, as his new
The new Mexican administration
is expected to be pro-American in
hemisphere matters but militant
L. protecting Mexican interests.
Strangely, the love and happiness
of Mike and Liz were important
factors in the even ual heartbreak
of Debbie and. Eddie.
You see stars as shiny illusions.
They are the reflections of dreams
bright, charming and luxurious.
Reality however, rarely co-s ars
with dreams. Kim Novak, whose
"Bell, Rook and Candle" movie is
impressing previewers, is one of
the shinier illusions. .When she
was a lonely 17-year-old in Chica
gor Miss Novak wrote a lengthy
poem expressing her lonelinesr
and he-r hope "to travel and to
learn. o live and earn, to love
and to be loved when it came my
turn. She has now travelled an
The Great Art of Cupiddodling
has a recognized authority in Zsa
Zsa. You can hardly riffle a paper
without discovering her comments
on Topic Ah. Some time ago sa
Zsa wrote a mag essay titled:
"What's Wrong Wiih American
Men." It included some marginal
com men s b aynother authority on
the subject M. Monroe', One of
Miss Monroe's commentas was de
leted by the editor. As a public
service, we now publish Miss Mon Monroe's
roe's Monroe's deathless words:. "If there's
anything wrong with the way A A-merican
merican A-merican men look at sex, it's not
heir fault. After all, they descend descended
ed descended from Puritans, who got off the
boat on the wrong foot or was
it the Pilgrims? There's still a lot
of that puritanical stuff around."
Kim Stanley, currently briehten-
mg "A Touch of the Poet" is a
unique actress. In interviews, she
expresses dissatisfaction with. her
emoting in her current drama as
well as her gamming in previous
plays. Miss Stanley is also unhap unhappy
py unhappy with her' perjfojfmahcil in "The
Goddess." movie, althouglt.hkr act
ing made It an Oscar contender.
Despite self-criticism, her make-
pelieving always excites the cri
Of course, genuine artists con constantly
stantly constantly strive for the unattainable
perfection. In Miss Stanley's
case, a star is reaching for a star
Love has been compared to
moontight and roses. Nevertheless
learned earned and loved. But moonlight is temporary and roses
Whenever an emnlov Is assisted to wnrt In o hoaiHnn
area, where he himself might get hurt or property might get
damaged, he should be given all the protection possible, along
with adequate Instructions as to precautions he should take
In the caae of an aviation gasoline tank farm he should be
briefed on the statu of the area as regards contents, fumes
lrai?0a1ntl other Incidental dangers always lurkini In such an
Installation. To be on the safe side, a fire watch should always
be assigned by the supervisor in charge
It is my personal opinion that at the Atlantic-side tank
farm such precautions and instructions were not enforced suf sufficiently.
ficiently. sufficiently. It's the same old safety routine day in and out and
the supervisors say the men should know it by now But on the
occasion of the recent fire it was not the same old routine A
fire really did start, and six men got burned. This, I contned,
could have neen prevented by better Instructions and better
precautions. The supervisors must (again, In my personal opin opinion
ion opinion only) assume some of the blame.
There Is no doubt that the skipper of Rodman Naval base
tries to run a tight shiD. But a lot of the supervision he is en entitled
titled entitled to expect his subordinates to exercise just doesn't exist.
In fact there have been occasions on which the don'tglve-a-damn
attitude of aom subordinates who think they have it
made has amounted to downright sabotage of the skipper's pro
grams. I would advise him to get a new broom and start sweep sweeping
ing sweeping clean, right from the top down, but save the Janitor.
I htv a lair tdea of the sweet-worded reports the skipper
' -on this latest Atlantic Side affair, with the buck getting
1 in all directions. I just wonder what he will think of
Weight and Sea
HIS LAST ORDER
YOKOHAMA, Japan (UPl) (UPl)-Mrs.
Mrs. (UPl)-Mrs. Yosyiyuki Komata, 33, ad admitted
mitted admitted strangling her husband, a
restaurant owner, after he or ordered
dered ordered her to go out and buy a
bottle of rice wine at I a.m., po
lice reported today.
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The, story of .Desilu. is one of the
great success sagas. It is now a
multi-million dollar empire. Its
stock was issued to the public the
other day. In common with most
success stories, this one also in includes
cludes includes failures Not so long ago,
Lucille Ball was signed by a mo movie
vie movie studio. She promptly wired her
mo her, brother and o' her kin
to come and live with her. And
she 'sen' them money for the trip.
The same week, Lucy's option was
dropped by the studio. She then
wired her family: "Come any
way but come by. bus."1 She
also borrowed $65 as a down-payment'
on a ren'ed house. The
years that followed were rugged.
It took her 6 years to repay the
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Sir Winston Churchill's gth
bir'hday was celebrated with" head headlines
lines headlines photos and editorials. Many
tomes have been and will be
written about him. Sir Winston,
however, once caosuled his career
with two words. A reporter inquir inquired:
ed: inquired: 'IWhat brought vou in'o poli politics?"
tics?" politics?" Chruchill replied: "Ambi "Ambition."
tion." "Ambition." The newsman then asked:
"What keeos you there?" The
Mrs. Roosevelt arrived in Mex
ico City recently, after flying all
night. When Ambassador. Bob Hill
sugges'ed a siesta, she found her
self too busy seeing Mexico. She
spoke that night at 11:50, finish
ed at 12:20, got back to the A'
merican embassy at 1 a.m. at
which time she became so b b-sorbed
sorbed b-sorbed in a Mexican discussion
with Ambassador Hill hat she
didn' go to bed until, 2 arm. Mrs.
Roosevelt is 74. '.Ambassador
Hill, who was trained on Capitol
Hill by the late Sen. Charles To To-bey
bey To-bey of New Hampshire, has be become
come become one of the most efficient en
voys the united States has ever
sent to a Latin i American coun country.
try. country. Great tribute is paid him by
Bin u uwyer, himself a much-lov
ed ambassador. Hill has. visited
every state in the United States
of Mexico, works long hours, han
dles nis staff like t. football team
His, staff keeps hours that would
make the average Latino shudder
a.m. to 6 p.m. There is no
time off for afternoon siestas
Mexicans seldom dine until 9:30
or 10 p.m., and Mexican social e
vents aon t nnisn until one or
two in the morning. But U.S. em
fcassy officials turn up at work it
s a.m. just the same. .One of
the first things Hill did when he'
took over the U.S. embassy was
to promote Joe Grey, old friend
and aide to the late secretary of
State Cordell Hull, to be minister-counselor.
Because Grey had
been favored by Hull, a Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, he had been shunted aside.
Hill, a Republican, promoted him;
. .They still talk of the late am ambassador
bassador ambassador Josephus Daniels in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City wi'h affection. He was
Secretary of the. Navv when the
U.S. Navy shelled Tampico ; In
1917, despite which the Mexicans
loved him. All of which shows
that people forgive and forget.
One man who especially loved
Josephus was the cafe owner a
cross the street from the Ameri-
enn Fmhav Ha hiflma wal.
thy when guests invited to the I
on Josephu... iDaniels is the man
who abolished liquor from the' A-
merican navy.) ,ft: t
: LIFT If HIND-"- -:, A
Sen. Homer Capeh&r of India
na has done more for Pan. Amer
icanism than nv nther -mernhnr
of the 5enate,;once even arrang-
ea a trip 10 ine inaianapom
speedway, races" w all'Lalta -Ar
But when Vice-President Rech
ard M. .Nixon picked the sens ors
to attend the Mexican ioaogutj ioaogutj-tioa,
tioa, ioaogutj-tioa, as official .delegates of tha
USA, he passed over Pan Amen-.
can friend Capehar;, picked Sen.
Tom Kuchel o. 'California instead.
Th Mexican government," re remembering
membering remembering Capeharfs staunch
friendship for Lai ins, then invited
the senator trom Indiana to come
to Mexico Citv as its suest.
Capehart came, meticulously at attended
tended attended official functions, including
the call on new Presiden Lopez
Mateos. About 3000 dignitaries
stood in line to congratulate the,
new President, For gqo, hours
they stood. For two hours tha
new President -shook hands.
Kuchel, an official delegate of
the USA, went through the line"
near the start. But Capehart, the
oficiat guest of Mexico, was giv given
en given a place neaf the end. Some
sh'oved into line. But Capehart
was patient. Finally,, just as the
senator from Indiana got three
feet om 'he- tired President, an
side told him the show was over.
The President left.
Capehart left for Indian-' with without
out without greeting the hew Pr t' lent.
But he left still an arden mooter
for Pan American friendship.
AMOS IN MIXICO
The question that has intriaued
Mexicans most of late is not ther
U.S. quota on copper and zinc,
but why Presidant Eisenhower sent
Freeman Godfden. the "Amos" of
Amos and Andy, to Mexico as an
official delegate to the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration of President Lopez Mateos.
win he come in black face?.
Should we send Cantin'las (com
edian of 'Around the World in n
days') as special ambassador to
the next American Inauguration?"
were some of the question asked
about the man who is Ike's eolf-
intf hlllffu .nil urn. iI,lr-A,l W kiM
despite lifted State Department
eyebrows-as a special envoy.
Godsden, however, behaved with
dignity.; All Mexicans who met
him liked him. Same Americans,
however, confused him with t Mil Milton
ton Milton E? enhower. He, Milton, and
Ike look almost alike.
Look mag has an interesting por
trait of Queen Swellizebeth which
stresses the pom., and gut'er. More
revealing however, is a statement
once made by Her Majesty. She
confessed that "being a Queen
can be dull." What can make it
dull? Well, the endless rounds of
routine duties and social functions.
She must of'en read 200 official
documents a day. .A friend once
asked what was the Queen's tough toughest
est toughest chore. She promptly saidr "To
stand and stand and smile and
In short, there are times when
smiling Is no laughing matter,
f MK MPHJS, Tenn. ( UPI.) Da vid
Wilson,, the fathur of four. daugh
ters, was so positive tha inext
child would be a boy that a ham
already had been chosen..
Saturday, .Mrs. Wilson .gav
birth to triplets attgirls.
Asbestos has been known for
centuries. In ancient templea
it was used tor torch wicks
and to protect altar nres. The
Romans used It 2,000 years
ago for winding sheets to pre
serve the ashes of the dead
when bodies were cremated.
However, it was only the very
rich who could afford such a
ceremony and It was only after
the 19th century that its price
was reduced to the point where
J-it could be used for fir pr
vention and nreproonng.
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1 MEDALS AND ARCHAEOLOGY CWO James F. Heldenreich. reproduction. Diant, :Engineer
Bectioiv USARCARIB, is not only an amateur archaeologist but a sharpshooter as well he
has won more than 100 pistol marksman medals from the Marine Corps,, .the National Pistol
Matches and the Army -(U.S. Army Photo)
: l:'-' '
Warrant Officer Doesn't Dig Cruces Trail
: By MSft. BOB GROOVER
,- One of the most fascinating
tand rewarding) occupations
which person cart have, ac according
cording according to CWO James F. Hei Heidenrelch,
denrelch, Heidenrelch, reproduction division,
Engineer Section, USARCARIB,
is that of archaeology. But the
jtaung officer warns at the
same time that the occupation
is not for the impatient or the
Heidenreijh has been engag engaged'
ed' engaged' in amateur archaeology for
the past several years since
he was assigned with the Inter
American Geodetic Survey in
Guatemala in 1947, but his in interest
terest interest goes further back than
Even before this time, he had
been engaged In archaeological
studies in Mexico, recognized as
cne of the richest areas for ex excavations
cavations excavations anywhere in the
world with the possible excep-j
tion of North Africa.
Hi has little time to spend
on ; archaeological studies now,
because- his work with the re reproduction
production reproduction ii vision at Corozal
keeps him pretty well tied down.
But there are many finds
to be mad in Panama and
Jp the Canal' Zona, even though
local authorities some time
ago clamped down on any
; mora, dining, Heldenreich
$, says this was necessary be
; cans a freat many amateur
diggers were not archaeolo
gists at all, but opportunists
who wanted the wealth but
Inot (ho knowledge. Ha says
that much has been, lost to
the study of mankind because
of this motive.
Heiaenrexch calls himself a
("recorder," because he does not
Collect relics or any other items
M handiwork from times long
pasi. iie leeis nis is tne most
Important facet of archaeology
because his finds, and finds of
men like him, will always be on
(file r'at Smithsonian Institute
andiat Peabody College for use
, of.' historians ,-. and on view
(for the seherai nublin In the
east tne Smithsonian Insti Institute
tute Institute for generations to come.
Ha became a lull-time re
corder shortly after he left the
Guatemala area, and had done
archaeology work in that coun country,
try, country, Honduras and El Salvador.
Heidenreuh acquires some
priceless Ming Dynasty vases
and placed them in his home,
where they caused considerable
Comment from neighbors and
friends who: stopped in.
But he xorgot tnat children
ire also curious and one night
when he and his wife return
ed home, the vases were
broken beyond repair. He has
been a recorder ever since.
The Panama- area is lmnor-
ftant. to arr.hflsolnclxt ftcrnrrt-
, Hnj to this -enthusiast,, because
i- pu prs-vAMumuiiui nines mere
apparently was a great deal of
travel by Indian tribes from
South, America to Mexico and
i He-remembers that a fluted
Jjoint, a rare archaeological
find, was discovered near De De-itrolV
itrolV De-itrolV Mich,, which, would indi
cate that long before Christo Christopher
pher Christopher Columbus discovered the
new world, natives of North and
South America were already
traveling between the two con continents
tinents continents despite the vast dis distances
tances distances involved.
As these travelers made their
slow, precarious journeys, there
were, of course, a great many
Resulting burial sites and
other similar markings, show
clearly the trails, used in the
lone marches ana are Known 10
archaeologists as route markers.
They depict culture, wnicn, ac according
cording according to recent finds, must
have been at a hieh level even
before the days' of the great
After leaving Central Amer America
ica America in 1948, Heldenreich return returned
ed returned to the United States and
eventually took part in the Ko Korean
rean Korean conflict. He was able to
do some recording work in con connection
nection connection with archaeological ex
plorations in that country, not
nearly as much as htr would
have, liked. But a war was on
and there was little time lor
Dursuit of personal endeavors,
One of the most interesting
archaeological expeditions in
which Heldenreich will next
participate is to be on the Las
Cruces tteail. Present maps of
thi i trail,' perhaps One Of the
best of which was charted by
Robert G. Rennie, have the
trail running from the general
area of Fort Clayton to Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Heights and thence to Pan
But Heldenreich Rays the
original Las Cruces trail ran
from the general area of Fort
Clayton to a point some five
miles above Panama City
original site of the old city
burned by Morgan's pirates.
If this is true, there could be
a wealth of material to be
found along this uncharted
There can be ho digging on
this expedition, which Helden Heldenreich
reich Heldenreich expects to get underway
at the beginning of the dry
season, because neither the ca
nal Zone nor the Republic of
Panama authorities have indi indicated
cated indicated a green light for excava excavations
tions excavations In the near or distant fu future.
ture. future. But this matters little to the
Engineer officer since he and
his fellow explorers will be
looking for surface sites
route markers wnicn are aDOve
ground and which will require
They hope to establish in this
way the original Las Cruces
trail and a great many other
archaeological finds as wen.
Heldenreich at one time was
' member of the U.S. Marine
Corps and among his many
other hobbies is that of pistol
He has more than 100 med
als of all kinds from the
J Marines, the Army and the
National Rifle and Pistol
Matches at Camp Perry Ohio,
to prove that .this is more
than just a hobby.
He does not keep copies of
archaeological findings and
photographs here in the Canal
Zone, because the tropics would
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soon deteriorate1 the -color ph'
tographs and perhaps miiaew
uie priceless findings as well
Heldenreich, his wife and
their five children live at Fort
Clayton. He looks and talks like
an average person until he
begins to discuss archaeology.
Then one feels that somehow.
in his worx, ne has left his
touch on history, and history
has, in its own peculiar way,
made him a wiser and finer
person through its teachings
teachings he will never, forget
ana win strive to have more of
as he continues his fascinat
ing hobby of amateur archaeol
ogy as a recorder, that is.
Charged In England
Wiih Wife's Dealh
DENHAM, England, Dee, 1
fUPn A statement by M-Sgt.
Marcus M. Msrymont of Hobbs Hobbs-ville,
ville, Hobbs-ville, N. C, stating he began sex sexual
ual sexual relation with a divorcee aft
er his wife grew cold toward nira,
was admitted as evidence in court
Marv is chareed with poison
ing his wife, Mary Helen, 43, and
of committing adultery with Mrs.
Cvnthia Taylor. 24. a slim, at
tractive ; brunette from Maiden Maidenhead,
head, Maidenhead, '.:
iThe court ruled the five page
statement as Exhibit 101 after a
45-mihute conference in the sixth
day of the trial. His mother was
called as tne 3iin witness.
In the statement. Marymont
said his marriage began to fall
apart; when he returned from
Japan in 1954, that he came to
England with is family where
be met Mrs. Taylor and began
having sexual relations with her.
'. Mrs. Taylor, who testified
Thursday and Friday, said Mary Mary-mont
mont Mary-mont spent last Christmas with
her away from hi wife and and-three
three and-three children. .--
Marymont has pleaded innocent
to both the murder and adultery
According to the statement,
Marymont told a special investi
gator during an interrogation:
"We didn't have row or real
trouble;, but we didn't seem to
have the same old relationship...
or even with our sex life."
1 Marymont said he applied for
a transfer and came to England
with his familyi He said his wife
was not happy with the British
house they moved into, that it
was not up to American stand standards.
ards. standards. .
The statement said at one point
that Marymont was looking for
rat poison he had left in the
house but that his wife told him
she had thrown it away.
The statement quoted Mary Marymont
mont Marymont as saying his wife "never
seemed to take any active in interest
terest interest in sexual activity."
Under military law, Marymont
can be sentenced to death or life
imprisonment if eonvicted of the
UNITED NATIONS,; N.Y.-US.
Ambassador Henrv Cabot LjmIcc
on the 13th U. N.. General iium.
bly's lacklustre shewing:
"jlm us nop lor better things
in 1959." ft
CLINTON.. Tnn. V. van .(
Billy Graham, on hr integration
controversy mat culmijoated here
with th bombing ..iof the high
school: r ;
"Hot heads and vM hrt.
never solved anything,;, We must
respect the law but keep in mind
that if is powerless in itself to
change the human Leart and must
oe supplemented by love."
BERLIN The Communist East
German-newxnan Man n..-.u
land, on the Western powers' de-
icrminauon to reject-Soviet pro-
DOSall thlt fnreion m,. 1
"Whoever nvi im fn fk. c..:.i
proposals, wants a third world
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WASHINGTON Dec. 16 (UPI)-
The Supreme Court ruled yester yesterday
day yesterday the courts must hesr the law lawsuit
suit lawsuit of a Negro who challenged
the validity of a Tennessee law
requiring segregated seating on
street cars and buses.
In a short, unsigned opinion, the
court overruled a three hudge
ljwer court panel, which, dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed the suit of the Negro, O Z. Ev Ev-ers.
ers. Ev-ers. The panel ruled that he
boarded a Memphis, bus. solely
for the puporse of instituting a
The lower court also held that
Evers, a postal clerk and former
Chicaso pol'ceman. id not repre represent
sent represent Negro bus riders in Mem Memphis
phis Memphis bcause he was not a fre fre-auent
auent fre-auent traveler and thus had no
real legal righ to challenge the
But the Supreme Court said the
fact that Ever? "may have board boarded
ed boarded Jus particular bus for the pur-
GOP Solons Choose
Sides For Holiest
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 (UP1)
The Senate's 34 Republican
members are choosing sides for
the hottest leadership fight the
grand old party has seen since the
1952 national convention.
Members of a rebellious liberal
faction claimed they needed only
four votes to insure success foi
their revolt and grab off the top
leadership posts held by conser conservatives
vatives conservatives next month. v
They said they would spend the
next two weeks trying to line' up
more supporters and putting to I
setner a slate of candidates. They
were reluctant to mention names
at this point but Sen. George D.
Aikrn (R-VT.1 and Thomas If.
Kuchel (R-Calif.) figured in spe spe-cul'tion.
cul'tion. spe-cul'tion. They mapped their strategy at
a caucus yesterday attended by 10
senators while present GOP lead
ers sat in on legislative confer conference
ence conference at the While House.
Some of the White House grouo
notably Sens. Styles Bridges (R (R-N.
N. (R-N. H.) and Everett M. Dirksen
(R-I1I.) backed the late Sen. Ro
bert A. Taft (R-Ohiol against Pre
sident Eisenhower for the presi
dential nomination six years aso.
But the insureent band which
met in Aiken's office included some
of the staunchest supporters of the
president's legislative program.
Bruises, chairman or me ?en ?en-ate
ate ?en-ate Policy committee, said after afterwards
wards afterwards that he regarded Dirksen
as the logic! man to succeed to
the Senate GOP leadership vacat vacated
ed vacated bv Sen. William F. Knowland
(Calif.). He said he personally
would like to continue as policy
pose of instituting litigation it not
t salid the circumstances of the
case i-arlyi demonstrated hat
Evers actually had a legal con control
trol control er.y with the state law.
Evers started his law suit be be-for
for be-for the 195 Montgomery deci decision
sion decision was handed down. Named as
defendants were Memphis city of officials,
ficials, officials, the City Transit company
and on of its mployes, presum presumably
ably presumably the bus driver.
In other actions, the h igh
Rever!"d the contempt of Con Congress
gress Congress conviction o' Abram Flaxer,
one time head of the defunct
United Public Workers Union who
union's membership list to the
Senate internal security subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. Unanimously upheld an order
of the federal Food and Drug
Administration prohibiting Florida
and Texas irmers from coloring
orange with "red 32,H a coal tar
dye the government contends is
Ruled the federal courts can
hear appeals from National Labor
Relations .Board rulings that de determine
termine determine which employes are to be
incladed in a collective bargain bargaining
ing bargaining unit. The board contended
otherwise. The case involved
workers at the Cheektowage, N.Y.
plant of the Westinghouse Elec Electric
tric Electric Corp.
IRuled the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission acted legally
in rrstriftins the trucking opera
tions of the Frisco Transportation
Co. in Missouri, Oklahoma, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and Arkansas. It said the
interstit commerce law allows
the commission to correct "inad "inadvertent
vertent "inadvertent ministerial errors" in its
original order wich omitted any
reference to any restrictons.
Acrobat Says Girl
Shot By Accident;
Father Has Doubts
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 16
(UPI) Authorities began an in investigation
vestigation investigation yesterday into the fat fatal
al fatal shooting of a pretty 16-year-old
elephant trainer, Nubia Otero, by
trapeze acrobat Jaime Otero at
the Royal Dumbar Circus.
The acrobat told police his pis pistol
tol pistol was fired accidentally. The
girl's father said the shooting could
have been intentional because Ote Otero
ro Otero had been infatuated with Nubia
for the past two years.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (TJPI)
The Bowling Green Dally Sentinel-Tribune
received a letter
from a little girl addressed to
Santa Claus requesting, among
other things, "some clean under underwear
wear underwear for Uncle TlneyV
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McClellan Says Former Senator
Got $25,000 For Teamster Job
WASHINGTON (LPI) Chair
man John L. McClellan (D-Ark.)
of the Senate Rackets Committee
reported yesterday former Sen.
George H. Bender (K-unio)
charged nearly $25,000 for run-
nint the Teamsters Union's
"cleanup commission" for about
McClellan said Bender, who
cleared the scandal scarred un-
i of corruption charges, got
$15,750 in fees from the Team
sters at the rate of $250 a day.
McClellan said the union also
"dipped into its treasury" to pay
certain Bender expenses, bringing
the total to $24,800.58.
Bender, advised of McClellan's
report, said he had made public
the same figures himself. He
said he "never worked harder un under
der under more trying circumstances'
than as chair mans of the three three-man
man three-man cleanup group appointed by
Teamster President James R.
Hoffa last summer.
McClellan sent the 1 payments
data to Martin F. O'Dono.hue
chairman of the court-appointed
board of monitors which is super supervising
vising supervising Hoffa's administration of
the Teamster Union.
The senator noted that Federal
rv. tt o
.rth-eakt in' a
them within, a few precarious
Judge F. Dickinson Letts ordered
the board Jast week to continue
its cleanup of the union despite
Hoffa s efforts to depose the
monitors. Hoffa said the union
would appeal the Letts ruling.
McClellan, in his letter to
O'Donoghue, said Hoffa's appoint appointment
ment appointment of the Bender commission
"was a duplication of effort
making for "an additional burden
on the funds of the Teamsters
Union, which are derived from
the members' dues."
Recalling that bhe Bender
found the Teamster? "free of cor corruption,"
ruption," corruption," McCleglah said: At no
time did Mr, Bender or andy re representative
presentative representative of his' committee so solicit
licit solicit any of the information that
this committee has gathered into
the activities of the teamsters
and Mr. Hoffa."
The McClellan group, through
many months of hearings on the
Teamsters,, has, aired charges of
miuse of union funds, violence,
and underworld infiltration. Hoffa
himself has been a target of
many charges, and the AFL-CIO
has ousted the 1,500,000-member
Teamsters Union on grounds of
Bender took issue with McClel McClellan's
lan's McClellan's claim that he never sought
information brought out by the
Rackets Committee. 1
He said he approached McClel McClel-lm
lm McClel-lm at a public hearing earlier
this' year to a?k for information
and' was "brushed off.' He said
he later tried twice to get coop cooperation
eration cooperation from committee Counsel
Robert F. Kennedy but "couldn't
get reasonable answers from
MANILA (UPI) The Nation National
al National Bureau of Investigation, simi similar
lar similar to the American FBI, asked
Manila police authorities today
ton help in finding one of Its
jeeps stolen while parked In
front of the NBI headquarters
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Iraqi Police Shield Rountree
From Angry Mob At Airport"
BAGHDAD, Iraq, Dec. 16 (UPI)
Several thousand angry, yelling
demonstrators greeted UlS. As Assistant,
sistant, Assistant, Secretary of State William
Rountree on hii arrival here yes yesterday
terday yesterday and demanded that he turn
around and sV home.
The Iraqi amy pirited Roun Rountree
tree Rountree out a rear exit at Baghdad
Airport and acted as a shield be between
tween between him and the crowd.
United Press International bu bureaus
reaus bureaus in other Middle East capi capitals,
tals, capitals, quoting" travelers from Bagh Baghdad,
dad, Baghdad, reported Communist strength
growing daily in Iraq. They said
the situation, was, very tense- and
could lead Id a v violent showdown
between Communists and Arab
Rountree, on a swing through
Middle Eastern. countieswrty
ed from Cajro aboard an ( Iraqi
He was mefeat .the airport by
RaffhpH Taher. secretary of the
nrntnnol department of the Iraqi
Foreign Ministry; u,s. unarge u
Affaires David a: Tritzwn tnd lour
other U.S. Embassy staff mem-;
Ahnnt 1 OOft ricnnnntralnrs. shout
ing "go home dirty Rountree'! and
carrying placards with similar x x-nre'sions
nre'sions x-nre'sions broke throueh the tight
army cordon in front of the main
gate of the airport as the plane
tO"fhed down, i
Troops armed with automatic
PEARL EVENINO BAOS
and "If" Street near the Central Therer
rifles stopped the mass of dem demonstrators
onstrators demonstrators just short of the plant"'
Immediately afterward, truck truck-loads
loads truck-loads of soldiers armed with Sten Sten-guns
guns Sten-guns escorted Rountree's car quick
ly through a rear gate on the far,
side of the airport.
His arritai here nad ben pr-
ceded by an open campaign of
US Soldiers Held ;
In Fatal Stabbing
Of Korean National
SEOUL, Korea, Dec UPI)
8th Urmyi. Military Police
arrested two soldiers yesterday in
the knife slaying of a Korean In a
downtown night club Sunday? ,.
There were Identified as vSpl. 4
Charles P. Real,. 24, ofc Chicago,
and Spl. 4 John S. Rayirios, 20, of
Leavenworth KUlrt, f
Korean police reports said Real
gabbed Chu Hun JShlk. 'a 'waitir,
and an unidentified; middle-aged
Korean who came to Chu's assist assistance
ance assistance during a brawl at the Carne Carnegie
gie Carnegie Hall cabaret. Chu was injured
slightly, but the unidentified Ko Korean
rean Korean died.
Reymos' connection with the
case was not made known imme immediately.
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ii as an aerial gunner, discharg discharged
ed discharged in- 1945 he. enlisted in the ac
tive' reserves-',;.-- ,,:
Flaugher was cauea w acvive
duty as a, commissioned officer
ini 1954. - "v
Robinette, S7O0th f Operations
c...j.m'' iid mm riommended
for promotion to the tempry
grade of captain effective' reb.,
Te lieuttnaht arrivea ai ai-kv
kv ai-kv tn nrii 19S8 accomnanied
by -his wife, Many' Margaret; nd
aaugnier,; ivuciuh., -5
signed to 5600th. Operations Squad Squadron
ron Squadron as a helicopter pilot.
He enteredr th leryiee April
1953 and has;?ervd a V wr 11
Israel Says UAR
Shooting At Town,
Violating Air Space
.TEL AVIV," Israel, Dec 16 -(UPI-
Israeli officials accused
United Arab Republic forces yes yesterday
terday yesterday of shooting and air incid incidents
ents incidents in two wide-spread border a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. -" .''
Officials charged Syrian army
positions along the border south
nt llttlmh nnnA fir nn Tsrili
settlements Sunday midnight. Is
raelis did not return ine nre ana
no casualties were reported, the
At the same time;; An Israeli
military spokesman charged that
UAR jet aircraft violated Israel's
air space Sunday night by flying
over the Sinai Desert -area at a
noint near Israeli's. southern port
of Eilat. '-.t
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Top US Mediator
Makes Hew Attempt
To End NY Strike
NEW YORK, Dec. 16 (UPI) -The
nation's top labor mediator
tries again today to end New
York's week-long newspaper strike
but he said there was ."no" basis
at this time for optimism."
Joseph F. Finnegan, chief of
the Federal Mediation and Conci Conciliation
liation Conciliation Service, flew here from
Washington to try to Iron, out dif differences
ferences differences between the publish f.- of
nine major dailies and the strik striking
ing striking mail and newspaper deliver deliverers'
ers' deliverers' union.
He said" both groups would send
negotiators to the regional media mediation
tion mediation office today,-but he was not
sure the two teams would meet
Finnegan said after a joint
meeting yesterday that there had
beei. "no progress" toward end ending
ing ending the city's newspaper famine
ana "Doth sides have taken a
The labor peacemaker stepped
into the dispute Sunday and also
met yerday with both sides and
with Mayor Robert F. Wagner to
discuss ways of getting the daily
newspapers back into the hands
of millions of news-hungry, resi residents
dents residents of the metroDolitan area.
Barney Cameron, president of
me ruDiisners Association of New
York, which represents the strike strikebound
bound strikebound newspapers, issued a state statement
ment statement late vesterdav-Jthat in id in
members of the union actually
were Tesponsiwe iar trae strike.
"The publishers and the nego
tiators for the driver's union ar
rived at an agreement on a new
iwo year contract a week ago to today
day today after an eight-hour strike,"
Ask Rayburn's Aid
On Legislative Curb
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UPI)-
Liberal Democrats in the. House
put it squarely up to Speaker Sam
Rayburn today to ; support" their
proposed change in House rules.
Otherwise, they said, much of the
legislation to which the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Party is pledged probably
can't be enacted by the 86th Con Congress.
gress. Congress. They denied they were in re revolt
volt revolt against the House leadership.
They pledged their whole hear hear-ed
ed hear-ed support and admiration for
Rayburn and House Decmoratic
leader John W. McC o r m a c k
Without the Speaker's support,
Lberal spokesmen said, they hav haven't
en't haven't a chance to put across the
curb they seek on broad existing
authority of the conservative
House Rules Committee.
They said that as a group they
probably won't even try unless
the Speaker gives his assent.
However, some individuals among
the 100 or so members for whom
the group claimed to speak said
they will make the pitch anyway,
first in the Democratic caucus
and then in the House, on. opening
day of the new Congress.
Group leaders, including Rep.
Frank Thompson J.., (N.J.) were
drafting messages for Rayburn
and McCormack today outlining
the liberal contentions and sug suggesting
gesting suggesting conferences with the two
leaders sometime before Jan. 7,
the first day of the session.
At a closed meeting yesterday,
attended by about 20 of the group
plus their aides, agreement was
reached on three porposals to as assure
sure assure that conservatives on the
Rules Committee could not block
liberal legislation on such subjects
as slum clearance, civil rights,
and school aid.
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ans For Policeman's Ball
IEnounced At Buffet Party
- A tola buffet supper party last evening honoring wives of
! mtmbers of the Pacific Side Police Department was the opening
! avont in Dlannini activities for the twenty-first annual Police-
Bran's Ball, to be riven this year on March 10 at Hotel El Panama
! H An innovation to this year's ball will be Its dedication to the
'ladies. Special preparations are helng made to carry out this
ATthe buffet last evening, in
the -Washington Salon of the Hil Hil-tnir
tnir Hil-tnir James Dunn, chairman of the
feneral committee which gave the
party, servec as master oi c
monies and introduced guests
! Seated at the he.d table were
Mrs. B. F. Darden, wife of the
ehief of the Canal Zone Police Di Division;
vision; Division; Charles Little, honorary
chairman; Anthony Malaguatu,
to-chairman; Mrs. Mitzi Hoezle,
chairman of the ladies' committee
Mrs. Caro! McAmis, committee se secret
cret secret a rv: Robert Engelkc, p'.ioio
grxpher; Felipe Cazabon, publici publicity;
ty; publicity; Robert Reber, manger t the
Jiilton; Mrs. Reber, and Jack
Sthoi, Panama City businessman.
Announcement was nude of
prh.es which will be .iwsrded at
th? ball, including gift certificates
from Felix Matluro's saving.- bonds
a week-end stay at the H'lion. and
a case of liq'-ir by Mr Schor.
Prizes will be given for two es essays
says essays written by the wives on the
subject "How Does It Feel To Be
a Policeman's Wife?" The win
ning essays will be published in
the policemen's magazine and will
also be suommitted
Ambassador, Mrs. Harriitften
Entertain This Rvenini
United States Ambassador and
Mrs. Julian F. Harrington will cn
tertain at their residence in La
Crests this evening in honor of the
director of the U. S. Information
Asencv. George V. Allen, and vl
siting public affairs officers from
to the local
Via! of perfume were presented
to i&r, evening's guests is me-
, memoes of the party.
We Will Remain
for the month
Aslle de4a Infsncla
To Attend Party
Memben of the Asilo de la In-
fancla committee of the lnter-A.
merican Women's Club are re
minded of a meeting Friday after.
noon at 2 at the Tivoli Guest House,
From the Tivoli. members will
go to the annual Christmss psr
ty given at the Home.
Each member is requested to
hrine four small oresents, gift
wrapped for a boy. The gifts nhould
be marked for the appropriate ge.
Plarfeed Te Fraternity
.Ton McGraw. on ol nennew i
MrGr.'w of Cristobal, has plegad
Reti Theta Pi. s national social
fraternity, at Case Institute of
The fraternity was esiamunea
st the Case campus In 1M5.
Osuehler Is Saptlttd
Tmrv Enid Scott, infant daugh
nf M- nA Mrs. Fra W. Scott.
was baptised in a service Sunday
at the Church o' St. Margaret at
Margarita. Rev. E. C. Webster of officiated.
ficiated. officiated. 1U
Serving as godoarents for the
babv are Mrs. William Grady and
Mr." and Mrs. Philip S. Thornton.
THE VOICE OF
Wrktn.,far NIA larylt
BROADWAY APiVIMI 7
Tin Pan Alley publishers art
shaking their heads over the fete
of the current Yuletlde songs. Not
one ot the new-ennsunes mncs
has managed to cumo into in top
20 ranks, and even the old stand
ards are having trouble penetrat
ing the rock 'n' roll lortrts.
All thai standi between the Am
erican public and the routs Btr-
ere is a smau roaner m
lie owners want 120,000 just tor,
the use of the name. .Brigme
Bardot was offered 110,000 to ap
pear wttn bod nope on us Ma
drid enristnus snow, tier answer
was "Non". . Dancer Illona Mu Mu-rai,
rai, Mu-rai, who does those high kicks in
"Goldilocks," will surprise her co coworkers
workers coworkers when he the takes a leave
(Continued on Pee 7)
Reek BtvUw Section.
Csntl Tone Cellete Club
The Rook Review section of the
rinsl Zone College Club will meet
Thursdxv mominff K 9:30 at the
home of Mrs. M. S. Slotkin. MWA
Fndieo" Street. DisWo Heights.
Mrs. Thomas S. McKlbbon will
serve at co-hostess.
The regularly schertu'ed meet meeting
ing meeting of Club AHamfr w'll he held
Stmdsy mnrnine at 11 st the usual
place of huslness. Members are
ureed to be on time, a' 'evcal
mutters of Importance will be discussed.
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PHOTIST UII OP MONKIY
LONDON (UP1) The Confer Confer-ence
ence Confer-ence of Animal Welfare Societies
protested to American authorities
yesterday that it was "morally
wrong" to send a living monkey
into space. The organization
charged that the squirrel monkey
fired into space inside the nose
cone of a Jupiter missile wis ex exposed
posed exposed to "acute mental and physi physical
cal physical suffering." The monkey,
named Gordo, was lost in the
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All pack ajee
of ibsence from the anew ftr
the happiest of rtasoal: ihv'i ex ex-pecting
pecting ex-pecting a baby ia AprU. .Warner
Brothers are so pltand with the
performance ef bloaCe nue
Pat Bosworth In "The Nun't Sto Story"
ry" Story" thsy'vt renewed her contract
and will feature her u Jota Lo Logan's
gan's Logan's upcoming flicker, 'Parrlah'
.Appartnuy lammy Davis Jr.
still hat kindly fttlingi for hit
txeltiag wife. Lorty WhiU. Al
though their divorct plan are ia
ioo wors, at preseniea ner wiw
a Thunderbird oa her birthday.
Mrs. Henry rondt. duuai at Ro
meo Salta'l with htr hutbaaa, re
vealed that the likes te taka ett
her shoes while she's eating s
. J J 1. J i 411...
sue aoes m me oaire 100. ana
carries a pair of ayloa slip-severs
for her feet to keen her atockingt
clean wmie ner toes rets?. Toe
haUyhoo en "Jtally Round The
Flag, Boys" wilt emphasize that
it't an extremely naughty movie
The bit biui lathe turn industry
Is Jay Frankel, age 21. He hat' a
fairly incredible deal with Russia
to distribute American films, te
countries behind the Iron Curtain
Baseball insiders say the rata
behind the movement te start aa
other, bit league team in New
York Is Hank Greeaberg
Harold Lloyd it in London ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating to open hit own film
company. .Jose Ferrer, ttarriai
is 'Edwin Booth,' is working nifhi
and day promotifig the show, try
ing te overcome the went reviewt
he's received in til ais. years, ia
te theatre. --t-John
Dupree, formerly la astis
aat chef at Ctvanaugh't ratur-
ant, is the uthor of a forthqom-
ing "Goodyear FityKouse" drama
titled "Oblique." He quit the, pot
and after selling five plays to the
television producers. . Tourist
business in Havana is 'way off.
One huge hotel, which can accom accommodate
modate accommodate over 2.000 guests, had on-
y a hundred in residence as of
last Week. .Winiam Shatner, the
good-looking young actor who
make love to exotic France Nu
y?n in "The World Of Suzie Wong"
jjrefori a film blonde in private
Nat Kiai Colt's sew album,
"The Very Thought Of You." feat-
hrdt ballads written by famous
songwTiung teams such as Mack
Gordon and Hirry Rtvel and Jim Jim-my
my Jim-my Van Haute a tad Johnny
Bruke, The only sole tunesmith
represented on the disc is Steve Ai-
len. who wrote both words 'and
musis for "ImposiW". K6semavy
Hirtis. th British jirl jn Tht
DistnchlnUd," hts been hera
as "tne strmgiy talented redi!
headfd actress.7' Actually,' Misi
Harris it a brunette; the wears
three tftian win in the pity., A
top-raaking film star is being: re
fused service in many smart New
York nightclubs because n drinks
so rauen and to oadiy.
' When Janet Gaynor add Mary
Martin brought their hemes twiy
from home ia South Amines,
they chose tpots they considered
aesiraaio because ot their uiao-
eessibiiity. now it turns out they're
located just SO miles from th atw
capital of Irtzll, and the proper property
ty property has doubled ia vilue. .Shellef
Wilt () ; aUtt
411 :" AAKwJlt
AQJIIIJ f Kill
J None '
North tad South vulnerable
West North Beat loath
If. Fist I 19
If w Double
Fast It Fats Pass Pass-Beuoie
Beuoie Pass-Beuoie Pats Pass
Opening lsed-f w
f This wtk'tMartiols will cbA cbA-cern
cern cbA-cern miabid hindi thet e4 ut
all right either due to luck, errors
oy us oerenstA or a eomDintiiOB
South 'iitirl est -to dif his trsva
with Wt wi!- htirt bid. but av
enrthlat s wbuld havo'boea fiaa if
norm aao- lae rour spsat
lOUUO U. at Be skould have.
No t oae 'eaa blme West for his
Oponiag lead of ; the eueea ot
trumps aithouiii it turned tut that
wri toape jeaa wouw aava set
South at his h4
' 5?utb took hit king of hearts
and led a duyte duamf a ace.
mm vi ciuoi was ea, iron) dummy.
tst and South pliyed )ow aid
A apade wag led lad ruffed ia
dummy i&d Sovth iyed t trump
to his SCO. Wh bill mm,.
Mtiewee. south showed hit kail
and-xpiaid that he weuiV sh
hit ; iueei of clubs, ruff a tnade
to fet to dummy and discard throe
more spades oa dummy' good
ftJWw hpAdei triek
at th finish and his it r..
maint open for the-hexf Umt h
ovdrcallf tt the two level with a
four card auit
IS Ptrd At.noa PAA AffUUte
9-The bidding hat been;,
Norlh,v::Jatlv ,:;oeh : Welt
if U -att
N-.T..; feas Patt
You, 'louth, held;..'
mmy yu aer
A-aW tut dUsaoadl' TV 'p
hi the jsottjre s,a la, bsjt pot
held th e to, warrant H.
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The biddinl has beta:,
Wwrth 1 tjjttt loath- Watt
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You. South,-hold: T :
fKifis titis oji eis
What de, yen dot r I ;
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St tesasne $
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too astray V
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Answer to Prevtour Pvstlo
JT Health resort St Hurts
St Paraee aaered
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' I down trees
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" ll Heroic aoetry
40 Mythical river
41 Better leekinf
y tlDle tree
14 Oriental tola
, ttfhert dagger
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14 First m
SS Biblical lame
M Ituit drinks
-IS Of a plastic ;i
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40 full ef lather
41 Orgy , ?
41 "Mother ot -.
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Albl!c Siis Club
On Thufiday Evening
' $, .- ;
'Tb Caribbean College Club -wUl
tmm itt Decembor progrim M
laurway at t.w p.m. ia we vns
tftptl ntd Crest Building,
bout a televised mutit stria.
Half a dozen of the Rutaiai ballet
dacrs currently 4ipiria ih
Gotham are sporting ttuihihf
mink coats aad don't look a bit
Winters tells chums she f$ of-lprolatariaa whta thty leavo tha
fared the leading feminine role ttage door Mrs.-.Sldiav Blaak.
mar. wue oi.taa aator. aa o off.
Wat problem., Her pet meakty, a
laca marmettt, hi diiappeared
in th Stact vers on Af "Destrv
Bides Again", but hsd to turn it
down beeause of Other commit
ments. . A recent visiter to
Winston Churchill's hemi u Eng
land reports that n one eats
either st lunch or dinner-until hit
two pooches are given their food.
. .EU Wallach, alarring fT "The
Cold Wind And The Wirm," re
ceived aa opefiat a fat
came irom Aant MtfOani, wish wishing
ing wishing him luck and askjni "Whan
are yeu coming to Italy to aatkc
a film with mar" T
George Shdtring's touchint Ap Appeal
peal Appeal in a TV film for "Xn March
or Dimet" campaign, ty win
htm a rdgular Video pr6griih.
Hit tirformahc wis si effective.
ftvej tf0it tpprdttbfd hi
REPUBLICA DE PANAMA
FOR WOMEN ONLY
Decembor 12, 1958
To The Ladies of the Canal Zone and Panama,
co The Panama American
Panama, R. de V.
Is your husband the man that haa everything Vou can afford? He
probably is, and you've probably tpent torn 16nt, hot Arid tiring days
shopping, then come horn and found that a f ir u your "hubbsr" It
concerned, again you're empty handed. WBJU D6N'T 6lVt Tjpl we me
Ilka A aurprias present once ih a while, even If wt do pay for it out of our
Wt at the American Bazaar have been helping five every Christmat
since i04. And this year we have an especially nice selection of men'a
fts. Above all wo recommend our luxurious Pacron and Silk iuitl for only
5.00. Dort't worry About the fit. Your description of your mln It enoueh.
It it't not exactly right, bring him down AFTER YOU'Vt BURPRL8ED
HIM and we will make the neceesary changes.
We guarantee a happy, proud and cheerful husband on the 25th of
Put us on your ahopplnf( list right now.
Yours very truly,
NO VEDADES HARIRI
lsi te Mrs. W. F
A- special progrim of Chrittmat
muiic will he inesented by a
tutrtett composed M Mr. aid
Mrt. u. : Jorstta. Mrs., rrtda rrtda-rick
rick rrtda-rick Sauer. and Jamit Pfau. Fred-
riek Stuer will tccompaay tha
grtup in seven numbers. They
ere: "CaaUquo da Nocl.'l "Tlw
Kitit Noel,u "I Heard tha Belli
oa ChristmtsDty," "Joy to tha
werld," "U, How a itose 'Ere
llaoming," "Oh. Christmat Plaa
tatWhat Child it Thit.".
.A rtfultr business meeting will
t- conducted followiig the v pro pro-gwim
gwim pro-gwim with slant for the annual
Pthay SocUll which will be held
in February, beint discussed. Two
adw erd appointments have
349s bat Wa apooiifMi at Hit Hit-riti,
riti, Hit-riti, aid Ura. aul Motor, at-
tisiant publicity cnairmtn, A 1 1
membAfi ere urged to Attend the
light ew mlmbert have boea
rf ceivef into tie canwita col
lege Club during the pst two
mbatbt. They are Mist IRdsalie
Jokes. Mrs. Knia Dtnial. Mrs. Jrni-
tin taaite, utfh Frtnk Choliar,
M7t Lfe. CrlUdaV, Mrs., Walter
Ititbeiaer, Mrs. Ortn Irien, and
MM. W. H. Wynn.
Kefreslmeits wU be strv.ed at
we cieje or my meeting,, with
Mis. W. T. tflute strviat as st
chairmM- Table dewratlbns
are eiag prepared Mf Miss Eli
Ttsrn Ilea sf CIcaIIas)
IUIIU Ul A I Jllvllwl
Wcjring Blue PJV
SCARSDAW, N.Yr (UP1) -AH.
torts of assorted" taimals htvo
turatd up at the turn an j Society'
shelter here "through the yeart
but never before t dog wearing
blue psjsmss, size one with
- "Yeu sever ttw antyhing so
comical in ysur life," eaid the
thllter keeper, Mrt. Gerda Deb-
ueux, "even .the poor dog looked
embarrassed, I've seen a lot ot
things, but I'sd never, seen a dog
in pajamtt before."
a xew aourt jgter, tne mystery
of tbt pooch in ; the PJ's wit
vivaa was" tgvuiypn n. jjih jjih-or,
or, jjih-or, wife Of t phyiiclsn,Jelephontd
police. . I
, j i aiKeg n vaij a picaea. up m
Welsh terrier,:' she.'ttid. "They
sfld 'No.' Then I guess they did
a double take. They called back
in a ftW miduUs and asked, 'Mrs.
Jtiler, was your dog wearing any
thing?" OA! '
Mrt. Jailer" confessed.; that ; it
Wit. She explained that her Chil Children,
dren, Children, Ximmy, and 8etsy, f,
had dretted Mike, their dog, in
pajamas whll playing Sundty. :
, lefor they knew it., Mike, pa
jsmas and .all, had taken off il
not pursuit f the family est.
I Jooth the dog and pajamtt were
returacd to the, family separately-
.. ; :
II PORT POLAR PI AT
INDON (UPi) the Soviet
Ttti Aewi tttney repdrted yettr yettr-day
day yettr-day Austin explorers hid
reached thi ;"polt of inaoctjsih.il:
ity" in the Antarctic. The pdla
it the point of the Antarctic cohti cohti-ntht
ntht cohti-ntht farthett fro any shore and
is lttated temi' 1,250 miles ilitad.
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Socia t and 0th
PreseWs Prom Sale
Presented To Youth CwmhII -v
During meeting of the f ort
Injured Bojf $ Found:
Deside Dc:d Bcdios
Una Aller 'Accidinl
A2USA,i Calif. (UPI). PoUc
ctid today two small beys., 9T:
, iouiiy Injured in traffic acci accident,
dent, accident, ley hljHs faf
deep canyon txiide, the boaies
f their mother male com companion,
panion, companion, bafore they, were rejcued.
Police itid a thick log 'Satur 'Saturday
day 'Saturday night prevented the wreckage
from being- apotted.
William Eugene Parki, J, and
kit brother, Michael, I, were
found -Sunday in the bottom 01
rockritrewn, 425-foot San Gabriel
Canyon. 1 5
In the wreckage' of the car Wire
the bodies of Mrs. Sally Parke.
JO? ef nearby Peden. CW..
and her companion, .Juwal R.
Fenton, J5, of nearby., AUadena,
C William, who" 'suffered r pos possible
sible possible broken neck, was fqund bud-
ji.j i a v.- i;la mrwtm tit FAB
ton. Michael was throm from the
ar and found on the canyon
floor. He auffered e fraetured
Both boya were clad only.. la
T-ahirti and denims end suffered
er aaid It appeared the ac accident
cident accident occurred late ; Saturday
Bight whence ear failed to make
a cum and plunged end-over-end
down ma eanyen wau
Clayton NCO Wives Club, a check
representing proceeds from the
club's recent baked goods and
white elephant tale waa presented
to Col. --John H. Coney, post, com
mander. The money, will be used
for the Youth- Council. J
"Mrs: Ina Firmer,, a guest, ind
Mrs. Barbara Xotian, a new mem member,
ber, member, were introduced at the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Hostess for the occasion was
Mrs. Jacqueline Flynn. -, .'
A Christmas buffet supper1 and
dance will be held Wednesday ev evening
ening evening at 7:30 in the Fort Clayton
NCO Open Mess: Members ire re reminded
minded reminded to bring grab-big gifts.
like Pie ireekfest
fen Charity; Raffle
Elks homes on bpth sides of the
Isthmus will have charity raffle
breakfast from a to a.m.. Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning.. ;
The raffle is being condupted bv
members of B.P.O., Elks 1542,
Cristobal, and 1414. Balboa. Tic
ketr are still available for the
prizes, including a 1959 Chevrolet,
round-trip tickets tn Lima end s
hifi set Awards -will be made in
conjunction with the Panama N N-tionel
tionel N-tionel lottery.
. All Ejlki, their families and guests
are invited to attend the break breakfast
fast breakfast celebrations. All precede
from the event will be contrib contributed
uted contributed to various "charities.
In Calif. Canyon
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANp, Cl Cl-Jf.r,Dee.
Jf.r,Dee. Cl-Jf.r,Dee. II (UP!) AvPwtlc
brush fir that has blackened
nearly 40,000 acres end destroyed
11 homes raged out of control to today
day today toward a populated ares..
About 1,100 firefighters manned
lines around the 80-mile perime perimeter
ter perimeter of the blasei Officials report reported
ed reported the blase has been about JO
pr cent contained but said it
waa burning out of control along
the north and headed toward an
area known it Trabuco Canyon.,
. Elmer Osterman, Are coordi.
nator for "the atata Division ;-f
Forestry said the blaie at its clos closest
est closest point was about a mile end
a half from home in the canyon
, but that they were in no immedi immediate
ate immediate Manger. r;.,r, i--; --
"ritemea said depending .on
weather conditions complete con control
trol control could not be expected before
late today, : v
The huge blaze, the second
large brush fire in Southern Cal California
ifornia California in two, week, broke out
c- i... ..j at,&j iUN v in.
mUe-ah-hour winds, eeparld quick quickly
ly quickly through the tinder-dry canyons
aid mountains lii.iji.aveiana,, na national
tional national Forest,
f UfL ; $
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the guests waits. If the call can't
be completed in y few brief
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Talking on the telephone for 15
or 20 minutes while a guest aits
alone is hardly the way to mike
him feel welcome.
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BOLIVAR, Veneauela (UPU
Julia Pereira has named her
day-old triplets Romulo. Wolf Wolfgang
gang Wolfgang and Rafael, after the three
candidates In Sunday's presiden presidential
tial presidential election, "in the interest of
national unfty.' i
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That Slinky Harlow Look Is Returning
1 . f 1
To Milady's Fashions; Says Costumer
By CAY PULIY
NEW YORK (UP!) rMrs. Vlda
Thomas, whose csreer is in t.s.i t.s.i-ions
ions t.s.i-ions of the pari, took a look to today
day today at f anions of the future, her
prediction." Kevivsl of the Jean
Harlow dre.s. y
'You know. Bias-cut and seJty,'
said Mrs.' Thomaj, coordinator
for the women's department at
Brooks Costume Co., the n tion's
largest theatrical outfitters.
'Toe beginnings of cling were
there in this fall's empire,' she
said. And we re doing a lot of
sireny tnlngs l'or television and
Broadway musicals t'i'v winter.
Girls are stepping into more re revealing
vealing revealing clothes.
. Mrs. Thomai speaks from s
knowledge of fashion crclej
through the centuries. A native of
Little Falls. N. Y.. she has been
with Brooks for 20 years, workina
Iwith costumes "all the way back
ftn ft,. r
,"Nq kiddlnc' said the viva viva-clous,
clous, viva-clous, brown-haired Mrs. Thomas.
"We've oufitted several Eves.
But we gave ,i,m mofe than jtist
a fig af. Usually a flesh-colored
"ft seems to me there is litlle
new in fashion," she said. ."We
were geting together costumes
for 'Wondeiful town' and 1
thought some of those late Twen Twenties
ties Twenties and early Thirties costumes
looked distrubingly famiar.
"They were. Much the same as
the chemise dresses I'd seen in
shop' wiuoowa last spring. Now
I'm thinking of putting the two
sacks I own into Brooks stock."
Mrs. Thomas' job for "Wonder "Wonderful
ful "Wonderful Town," a televised version of
a Broadway hit which CBS will
caTy Nov. 30, was to assemble
costumes for all feminine mem members
bers members of the cast except its star,
Rosalind Russell. Hollywood's Or-ry-Kely
cam to New York to de design
sign design Miss Russell's clothes, which
Brooks will make.
When V interveiwed Mrs. Thorn Thorn-ss
ss Thorn-ss I put my coa't and scarf across
a large cardboard box, filled with
a mass of costumes not yet re re-hung
hung re-hung from Hallowen party rent rental!).
al!). rental!). Turning anund, I saw both
being whisked efficiently away.
"'Don't let it worry you,' said
Mrs. Thomas, retrieving my prop property.
erty. property. 'We had a plumber in here
the ither day on a repair job;
when.i he s was ready to go, he
couldn't f(nd his cap and jacket."
s 'We'd rented them."
Negro Faces Trial
For Using US Flag
To Drape Radiator
SHREVEPORT, Lav (LTD- A
42-vear-olrf Neern man firet trial
this week oft the unusual charge
01 nag oesecrauon.
Willie Dames wn rrtiH Kv
traffic patrolmen after he draped
a United Slain flao I'lumH th
radiator of his csr 4o protect it
against temperatures that drop dropped
ped dropped to 22 degrees early Sunday.
Officers B.L McElhannon add
Charles Justice said the flag was
draped over the grill of Daniels'
yehicle and was dragging on the
Louisiana law provides 'that any
person who publicly mutilates, de defiles,
files, defiles, or by word or acts casts
contempt upn the U.S. flag shall
be fined not more than $100, or
imprisoned 'or not more than 90
days, or bo h.
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day yesterday discovered the wreckage of
a small, single-engine American
plane that crashed in the moun
tains 13 miles southeast of hem
Sunday night. The body of the
Pilot, a U.S. Air, Force non-com-missioned
office', was found iq
the wreckage. His name was not
disclosed pending notification of
next o.' ki.i.
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, TUESDAY, DECEMBER It, 1951 .
Yankees To Lead By Half-Game
Regardless Of Which One Wins
The Marlboro Smokers and the Kings, deadlock deadlocked
ed deadlocked in second place one game behind the Carta Vieja
Yankees, will meet tonight at the Olympic Stadium
with Jim Hardison (1-1), slated to oppose Dick Don Donnelly
nelly Donnelly (1-0), on the mound.
Regardless of which team wins, the Yankees,
who lost 5-4 to Cerveza Balboa last night, will be only
a half game in the lead.
Hardison went the distance
Dec. 3 to defeat Cerveza Balboa
6-1 and was charged with the
loss when the Bermen stopped
the Smokers 9-4 Dec. 11.
Donnelly was the winning
hurler against Madlboro Dec. 8
when the Smokers scored five
unearned runs to win 5-4.
Last night Jesse Gonder's dou double
ble double in the seventh Inning, which
Scored Hector Lopez all the way
from first base, broke a 4-4 tie
and provided the margin of vie vie-tory
tory vie-tory for the Beermen.
Lopez' single' had' driven In
Dave Roberts, who had doubled,
to tie up the game in the same
Chuck Page, who had gone
to the mound in relief of start starter
er starter Bat Scantlebury in the fifth,
picked up his first triumph a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst no defeats.
Page who hurled hltless and
scoreless ball for two and two two-third
third two-third innings, gave way to
Georges Maranda in the eighth
when he walked two batters. Ma-
randa retired the side and fin finished
ished finished up without allowing a run.
John Anderson, who was the
loser and now has a 1-2 slate,
was lifted for pinchhitter Bill
Slack in the eighth. Slack work-
The winners had a total of 12 1
ttto asi. lTHmt.
hits and 11 or mem wkic uu-n-derson
The only regular Beer Beer-man
man Beer-man who did not hit safely was
leadoff batter Barry Shetrone
Seven of the Yankees' eight
hits were off Scantlebury. while
Maranda gave up the other.
In the second singles by Gon Gonder
der Gonder and Pepe Osorlo. a walk to
Reinaldo Grenald which loaded
the bases, and Clarence Moore s
two-run single, gave Scantlebu Scantlebury
ry Scantlebury a 2-0 lead.
The score was 2-1 in the bot-
torn of the same frame when Bill
parsons singled, got to second
after Bill Kern was awarded
first on interference by Gander,
, the CV catcher, and scored on
BillV Shantz' double.
The Beermen widened their
margin 3-1 in the third on sin singles
gles singles bv Parris. Pepe Osorio and
Scantleburv. but they were be be-Hlnd
Hlnd be-Hlnd 4-3 in the fifth on singles
' by Shantz. Anderson, Whitey
Schmidt, Dave Jacobs and a base
clearing double by Galr AlHe.
Jacobs, who was on first
when Allie smashed his two-
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RIOT IN CELL
. with N. Brand
bagger, failed to touch third
base on his way home and was
called out when the relay on
AUie's hit came in to Roberts
who threw to Parris at third.
A total of three runs was scor-
The Beermen todk the lead for
keeps in the seventh as the
Yankees missed opportunities to
tie in the eighth and ninth.
In the eighth Kern, leading
off walked and was sacrificed
to second by Spider Wilhelm.
Shantz worked Page ion a free
pass and Slack, who had won his
own game with a ninth-inning
two-run homer against the
Kings Dec. 10, came in to hit for
Maranda replaced Page on the
mound and struck out Slack
swinging on thtee pitches and
made Tony Bartlrome roll out to
second for the third out.
In the ninth Allie walked with
two out and reached second', on
parsons' single. But Kern pop popped
ped popped up to second to end the con contest,
test, contest, and the Yankees three three-game
game three-game winning streak.
Major College UP'
NRW YORK (UPI) The United
Press International major collcgr
basketball ratings (first-place
votes and won-lost records
through Dec. 13 in parentheses.)
Team v Point"
1 rinrlnnati f251 (3-0) 337
2 Kansas State (4) (4-0)
3. Kentucky .(5) (5-)
4 North Carolina State 1
5 Northwestern (3-01
6. Michigan State (2-0)
7. West Virginia (5-1)
8. Xavier (Ohio) (4-0)
9. St. Joseph's (Pa.) (4-0)
10. Texas Christian (4-1)
Second 10 teams 11, Indiana,
39; 12, Tennessee. 38; 13, Utah,
34; 14 (tie). Southern California
(1) and North Carolina, 28 each;
16, Bradlev, 27; 17, Mississippi
State. 25; 18, UCLA, 23; 19, Pur Purdue,
due, Purdue, 20; 20, Kansas, 15.
T IV Oil
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INVASION OF THE
With Steve Fci'rell
H IT K
MAN WITH TIIE
with R. Mltchum
Shetrone, cf .
Roberts, lb .
Lopez. 2b ...
Cionaer, c .
Parris, 3b .
Osorio, p., rf
Grenald, If .
Moore, ss .
Page, p .
Maranda, p .
Jacobs, 2b .
Allie, ss . .
Parsons, If .
'Kern, cf .
! Wilhelm. 3b
Shantz, c .
I Anderson, p
31 4 8 27 10
Score By Innings
Cer. Balboa 020 100 2005 10
Carta Vieja 010 030 000 4 8
SUMMARY Errors: Moore
Runs batted in: Moore 2, Shantz
Scantlebury, Schmidt, Allie 2,
Lopez, Gonder. Doubles: Shantz
Parris, Allie, Roberts, Gonder
Doubleplays: Moore, Lopez, Rob
erts, Anderson, Allie, Bartlrome.
Earned runs: Cerveza Balboa 5,
Carta Vieja 4. Sacrifice hits: Al Allie,
lie, Allie, Wilhelm. Struck out by:
Scantlebury 2, Page 5, Anderson
4, Slack 2. Bases on balls: by
Scantlebury 2, Paige 5, Anderson
2, Maranda 1. Left on base: Car.
ta Vieja 11, Cerveza Balboa 5.
Pitchers record: Scantlebury 4
runs, 7 hits in 4 23 innings.
Paige 2 runs, 0 hits in 2 23 in
nings. Anderson 5 runs, 11 hits
in 8 innings. Winning pitcher
Paige (1-0). Losing pitcher: An
dersop (1-2). Umpires: Mathe
ny, Thornton. Comgan. Attend
ance: 2,831. Time: 2:47.
Guardia, Loney Cop
Croeslyn Guardia advanced to
the semifinal round of the current
"Pmocho" tennis tourney at the
Olympic courts Sunday morning, by
defeating Obarno 6-1, 6-1 while
I Alberto Loney emerged victorious
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19,!tussle. Loney now stands by to
take on the winner of the- Guar
dia-Bafrera encounter, wmch will
take place tomorrow afternoon at
It was no hardship for Guardia
Sunday morning against Obarno,
who did not even give the sturdy
youngster enough figh to "work
up a sweat" nor display what
may make him the choice to beat
Barrera tomorrow in their sched
uled engagement. The best Oba
rno did was to take the first
game of the initial set, but there thereafter,
after, thereafter, proved an easy prey for the
The Loney Pinilla semifinal
struggle caused some early specu speculation,
lation, speculation, as to who would in be because
cause because no one could under rate the
former champion, judging from
his experience and past perform-
ances. And the question still stood
in the initial set whan Pinilla wip wiped
ed wiped off a 3-0 deficit to even the
score at 3 all.
Pinilla fought stubbornly to hold
on and at occasions got through
some beautiful shots, but youth
and stamina showed the difference
going through the final' stages of
the set and through the second
set, in which he w'as only able to
gain one game.
The final match of the tourna tournament
ment tournament is scheduled for .S u n d a y
morning when Loney meets the
winner of tomorrow's Guardia-Ba-rrera
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LONGSHOT WINNER the Stud Muriel's underrated Behader streaks home a length
and one-half winner -in last Saturday's ninth race to post win odds of $47.80. Emily Mary
(10), which is second in the photo, was nosed out by Abolengo (9) for the place to produce
a whopping $959.20 one-two. Arquimedes Alfaro gave the Vinner an efficient ride. Virgillo Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo had the lef up on Abolengo while Amado Credidlo rode Emily Mary.
Owner Has Happy Afternoon
As Behader Scores
1 c 4 4
IN WINNER'S CIRCLE Behader's proud owner, Carlos Ren Ren-nert,
nert, Ren-nert, leads his strapping Chilean-bred bay colt into the, win winner's
ner's winner's circle after his upset victory last Saturday. Rennert has
been a frequent visitor to the winner's enclosure since nis re return
turn return to the sport following a. voluntary "retirement' of sev several
eral several years.
By VICTOR M. CAREW
. Cerveza Balboa finally caugnt
up with Carta Viea, edging the
Rummies 5-4 last nigm as Lnucn
paei and GeorEes Maranda pitch
ed great relief ball over tne last
four and one-third innings.
Pat Scantlebury, the starter, was
removed in the fifth after giving
up all four Carta Vieja runs on
Pat pitched well for' four in innings,
nings, innings, allowing Just one run over
this period. But in the fifth, the
southpaw apparently lost his stuff
and the Rummen staged a three three-run
run three-run uprising that caused his
exit. Chuck Page, a good fireball-
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Starting J;00 p.m.
er came to Pat's rescue and did
well for the two and two thirds
innings he worked. Chuck pitch
ed hitless and scoreless bail, but
in the eighth frame after giving
up two walks he was replaced by
Georges, the hardest working
hurler on the Brewer staff, "after
retiring the laa,t two batters in
the eighth inning, gave up a base-
blow in the bottom of the ninth,
dui was able to shut the door in
the faces of the Rummies.
The grandstand managers didn't
feel that Page should have been
used in relief of Pat. This feeling
developed from the fact that walk
ed two batters in the eighth in inning.
ning. inning. Page, although he has giv given
en given up bases on balls in every one
of his performances 0 far is nev-
enneiess a very good fireman 03
cause of his great speed and
sharp curves. He has allowed on
ly one run in the nine innings he
has tolled, despite his streaks of
Aj-ls the pattern, the Brewers
generally look good when their
big man, Hector Lopez hits. Hec Hector
tor Hector picked ub two blows last
night, one of which drove in Da
vid Roberts who had, doubled
Jesse Gonder, Clyde Parris, Pe Pepe
pe Pepe Osorio and Clarence Moore
also looked good at the plate.
Moore's single driving in the
fjrst two Brewer runs was the re
suit of his determination to come
through. After' grounding two foul
smasnes along nrst base Clarence
poked a single to the right of the
nusuing Tony Bartirome;
The Brewers have instituted
system 01 fines, common to all
ballplayers in organixezd ball,
whereby certain failures oil the
part of players, such as failing to
advance runners with less than
two outs, bad baserunning, failing
10 anve ui runs wnen teammates
are in scoring positions with less
man two outs,- are punishable by
fines of 25 cents are more. This
disciplinary measure and has been
in practice .jn me aiaies ana in
other Latin American countries
Ai long a the fines, are levied In
proportion to a player's salary I
we believe the policy .is; good,
especially 'when-the team has top top-notch
notch top-notch players but is not winning.
So far about three players have
had fipes imposed against them.
It is believed that when the team
begins to win with any consisten
cy that the system wm o sneiv-
By ERDULFO (Tito) RESTREPO
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Last Saturday when Behader
crossed the finish line first' in
the ninth race to score an upset
Victory, he gave his owner one of
those moments of pleasure that
he won't forget even though the
purse for the race was not a big
one. v t 1
Carlos Rennert, a true lover of
thoroughbreds, enjoyed such a
feeling after his four-year -old
bay Chilean, colt whipped a
strong field of third series im?
ported racers to pay $47.80
straighfcand combined with an.
other longshot, Abolengo, for a
$959.20 one-two payoff.
Rennert had faith in his colt
and bet. approximately a half
of the less than $100 that were
wagered on Behader to win. He
also was one ef the few lucky
ones to hold a .winning one one-two
two one-two ticket. His ducat, report reportedly,
edly, reportedly, was bought by a mistake.
Behader V victory was a big
surprise to most turfites. This
was not the case with Don Car Carlos.
los. Carlos. Early Sunday morning Ren Rennert
nert Rennert said to me. "It is going to
be difficult for them to beat my
horse today. Althoiigh he is not
a tlassy animal, he is" in excel excellent
lent excellent shape. At present, his hem,
oglobin count Is 107 artd he
wants to run wheneyer he gets on
the track, if Alfaro gives him a
good ride, he'll win."
. The stud Muriel has an envia.
ble reputation in local horse rac racing,
ing, racing, it has always been a stable
of frequent winners although
never large in numbers
It may be recalled that Mo Mobilizes
bilizes Mobilizes a Stud Muriel coiorbear coiorbear-er,
er, coiorbear-er, once paid 54" with Woosiev
Johnson aboard, later, the same
norse gave Amador; Valdivla his
fisrt pinner at odds pf $38 per
Other juicy Stud Muriel win
ners were Anayansl with Virgllio
Castillo up ($30), Julian in the
Kepuonc or Chile Classic with
Vicente Aleman doing. the boot booting
ing booting ($18.60), Ginger Ale with Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Carbonell in the saddle
($16.80) and Fe Fo Fum with Ai
cides (Chile) Rodrie-ue In th
This is the wav it. hn b1wo
been with Stud Muriel horses.
They usually reward their falth-
iui oacKers witn juicy oayoffs.
Seven months ago, Rennert,
who Is the owneT of La Selec Selec-ta
ta Selec-ta upholstery supply store, re-
turned to horse racing when
he( bought the British eolt
Bright Spur. A little 'later he
bought Behader. The pair have
since won eleven races a
pretty good score for a two-'
horse stable. v.
Behader's triumph last Satur Saturday
day Saturday was his sixth f th ..V
What makes Rennert even han-
v v "i"" mai me coit cost
only $1,500 cash. T
Arquimedes Alfaro gave Beha
der a good ride as the colt sped
six furlongs in a creditable 1:13.
15 over the fast track while tot tot-ng
ng tot-ng 112 pounds. He hit the fin finish
ish finish 'Clear one and one-half
lengths in front of Aboleneo
Emily Mary and Don Lucho. The
latter wa the odds-on favorite
As You Like Her, Cervecero and
English Wonder trailed in that
TODAY -ENCANTO-. 25 V
WAHOOt $115 00 ?
Broderick Crawford in
"BIG HOUSE U.S.A."'
Robert Mltchum In 1
'NIGHT OF TIIE HUNTER"
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Manama professional uXoue?
Teams v CV
Cirta Vitja ...A
Marlboro .'. .2
Cerveza Balboa 1
; Xota'r ....4 S -5
'At Olympic Stadium; Marlboro (Hardison' 1 1) vt.
Kings' (Donnelly 1-0)
Came time: 7:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT '
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza! Balboa. 5Carta V(eJa 4
By Conrado Sargeant -:
Eight of the President Remod
racetrack's best thoroughbreds
have been nominated for the $3.-
000 added New Year's Classic
which will, be run over one mile
and ohe-eighth. 1 ,1
Weights for. the handicap event'
will be assigned by President Re
mon racetrack handicapper Petro Petro-mllo
mllo Petro-mllo Alonso. r
The entries for the first 1959
"Michaux, Siete y Medio, Perdu Perdu-lario,
lario, Perdu-lario, Ragazza, Dependable.' Mon Mon-desir
desir Mon-desir Constantino and Informal.
Six floor prizes totaling $350
will be offerttf (0 ticket holders
during the Christmas Day race
program. Tw prizes will go to
fan, attending tha clubhouse,
and four to ractgotri In the main
The clubhouse prizes will be
$100 and; $50. The main grand
stand's prizes will be $l(Kv $50,
$25 and $25.
. The stewards nad one of their
busiest weekends in some time.
Saturday,, theysuspended tockev
Amado Credidio for six meets and
meted out $y fines td Green's train trainer,
er, trainer, Eduardo E. Youne. and iockevs
Credidio, Jose Talavera and Jose
. m a
Sunday, Rolando Cruz and Sal Saldino
dino Saldino Hernandez netted six meet
suspensions and Ulloa got an addi additional
tional additional four meets.
Credidio was set down for cros crossing
sing crossing Abolengo, Narcotico, M You
ukc Her and Don Lucho with E
nuly Mary in Saturday's rmth
Ulloa, Talavera and Credidio got
lines for not reporting an inci incident
dent incident in Saturday's eighth race.
Ulloa rode Don Cirilo, Credidio
wis up on Camakas and Talavera
wa s a stride Maniart.
Cincinnati, Kansas State,
Kentucky Remain 1-2-3 In
College Basketball Ratings
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UPD-Cincinnati,
Kansas State and .'Kentucky re remained
mained remained 1-2-8 yesterday in United
fcress International's major col college
lege college basketball ratings but a
number of early season ; upsets
"shook up" the others inthe top
r Xavier of Ohio,' St. Joseph's
(Pa.) and Texas Christian were
newcomers in the select group.
TheV reolaced Notre Dame4 St.
Louis and St. John's (NX)., The
latter three teams were upset
Saturday night along with West
Virginia, which led the final 1957 1957-58
58 1957-58 UPI ratings last spring.
Cincinnati topped the rankings
with 25 first-place votes and a
total of 337 points. Kansas State,
which edged San Francisco Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night by one point, re received
ceived received four first-place votes and
284 points. Kentucky was third
with five first-place votes and 272
West Virginia "Seventh
- The 35 leading coaches: who
rate the teams based their bat bat-lots
lots bat-lots on games played through
Saturday night. ,
North Carolina State, moving
up from aixth, was fourth with
129 points. I Northwestern ",f ollowed
with 127 and Michigan State was
sixth with 121. West Virginia was
seventh with 90. Xavier xfollowed
with 62, St, Joseph's was ninth
with 46 and Texas, Christian was
ioth With m .;, ,.
Indiana headed -the fsecohd 10
'group. Tennessee was 12th ind
Utah 13th. Southern California,
which .received the? other first first-place
place first-place Vote, i and' North Carolina
tied for 14th. Bradley,. Mississippi
State, UCLA, Purdue, and Kansas
completed the .first; 20 in that iorf iorf-der,
der, iorf-der, V .V "' ':::!-
Notre Dame slipped from, fifth
to 27th in the ratings after bow bowing
ing bowing to Wisconsin, 56-54. St. Louis
droppedfrom ninth Into a three three-way
way three-way tie for 22nd. irt the wake of
. 76-57; loss .to, Kentucky, St
c- t s X
W.Lw. Pet v 0B
4 i500 1
6 '20 20
, J i,
.Greco's trainer was penalized for
not using the correct colors.
Cruz wis punished for changing
his course sharply ,in the, home homestretch
stretch homestretch with MeltizO' in Sunday's
third, race. Jocky-Braulio.;Baez,
up on second place finisher 1 Pi Pi-lluelo,
lluelo, Pi-lluelo, reported that -Cnm lost con.
trol of his mount but did' not dis disturb
turb disturb Pilluelo because Metltro al already
ready already hid a clear lead,
Hernandez got his enforced Va Vacation
cation Vacation for crowding1 Cuouita5 CAf -quimedes
Alfaro ;with .Dofia Lin Linda
da Linda several times "during the run running
ning running of Sunday'a eleventh' race.
Ulloa'i suspension was the re result
sult result of his, crowding 1 EI. Agheila
and Phihpipon on the homestretch
turn with Carcaman,, in Sunday's
sixth race.' He wis' accused by
jockeys Credidio ind Jorge Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. r t
Thursday," at $ .m nine Chi Chilean
lean Chilean two-year-eld calls and fi fi-filli'M
filli'M fi-filli'M will be aucticmd In .ho
Ffddock f the PresicUnf Ramon
- The animafs are the celts Ta Ta-,
, Ta-, narik, Tierral, Mentesce, Zulu,
One Far Me, DcjacUn and A A-rancel
rancel A-rancel and the f Mitt Mafalda and
Mlts BrunaHe. ;
Tadarik is a bay son of Tabano Tabano-Loira
Loira Tabano-Loira ;(Hit Trick). ';
Tierril, bay colt by Chimilto-'
Montesco, bay nolt by Terek-Ma-nuela
Zulu bay colt by Mio Sea-Kibn
One For Me, grey .cqlt by Mey-erling-Karin
Mafalda, brown filly by Flexton- -Mozuela
(Hint Brion). .f
Dejacion, bay colt by My Chum Chum-Digital
Digital Chum-Digital (Stark).
Miss Brunette, brown ftUy bf
Lucky Lord-Acacia (Scottish Meridian').-
Arancel, bay colt by My Chum Chum-Antartida
Antartida Chum-Antartida (Serenisimo).
John', fell from 10th to 26th after
losing to uhbeaten Bx'aaUejr, 41-66.
West Virginia,; the other nie'mber
of lastweek's top 10 which lost,
was surprised by Virginia, 75-7J.
Xeviar Mevat Up
Of the newcomers in the select
group, Xavier moved up from
13th, Texas Christian from '15t!i
and St; Joseph's froOm 23rd place.
Eac team in the top 10 except
West Virginia (5-11 and Texas
Christian (4-1) wis undefeited' .1
through Saturday's games.
Two teams in the select group, y
Cincinnati and Xavier. hail from
the same city on the Ohio Rives-: :
Cincinnati was picked by the UPI J
Board of Coaches in its pre-sea-
son estimate as the best bet ta -"f-win
the national title during the1,.
1958-59 season. Xavier -won tho f t
National : Invitation Tournament ;
last spring. .. T
ach coach selects' 10, teams m ?
the.Arder he rites them nitionaK V I
ly. Points are awarded on a io-a'
9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 :. btsls ior ivotel
from first through loth placJ -v..
1 30c). -"TO 1) A V vlloo V;
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Intich6la!ic Baseball Op
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' HE'S 50T A JCICK-NihoValdes, Wg CUbiA heavyweight
' still smarting front- a title bout turn-down, from Floyd fat- -'tenon's
manager, Cu D'Amato, Works with uncommon vigor.
, fp hi JQec 19 bout withiPatMcMurtry at New York.
If this was tyiical example,
thn nfti even the most querulous
Democrat in, Wasnington can tauit
the efficiency of the Department
of Remarkable coincidences.
The local press 'announcing that
Louisiana State .University nau
. been voted the nation's o. i
team, and would face Clemson in
the Sugar Bowl, had just begun to
roU, when Col. Uwrence McCe
ney Jones materiauzeij oui ui uu-y-here.
,., .a .v
It deveiopd that' W old Wesf
Pointer, who had coacnea wsv-
back in the '30s, when tfte turn turn-hoyanUy
hoyanUy turn-hoyanUy incwidible uey:, Uol
tan the state, merely had I"";
Icheon date in the same novm
Iwhere the basebaU winajammers
(were assembled. ;
For years now tne coionei nas
been in business .with a younger
fcrother who operates extensively
n Wash nBton realty, His. mieresi
B the college game, however, re
ains undiluted, it was news io
m tnit liSUi naa oeen mm
No. 1. A surprise, too.
"I'd have to see tnem oeai Ar Ar-y
y Ar-y before, 1 could buy that," he
TWtmll devotees will recognize
he gentleman more readily a
Biff Jones. Or the Biffer. He cap
IT.iM.H th '17 Armv team, played
jwith Elmer Oliphant, Gene Vidal
'and John McEwan, ana, wier as
poach, fieldefl some ot we acbu-
temy s more trencnam iorces.
Only Earl (nea) bibik nas com-
blled a more striking record. .
bnd. if 'memory serve, it was the
piffer who persuaded Blaik to
abandon a career in commerce
Sind return to West Point as nis
Assistant. In four year Jones
Feamr lost only eight games. In
28 and '27 he narrow missea
berfect seasons. Navy never beat
him. Ana ne aeveiopea
stars, topped by the unforgettabie
Jtuecess followed wherever he
went, firm proof of his virtuosity.
He won at LSU, Oklahoma and
Nebraska, taking the latter 6 the
Rose BowL .but, ironically and
ludicrously, he's best remembered
for having ordered U.S. Sen. Huey
Long out of the LSU, dressing
The Biffer smiled. : ."1 guess
People still ask me
What happened was this. A long
punt return by Tulane's Monk Si Simons
mons Simons had handled LSU its lust
defeat in nine games in '34 bid.
At the half, Oregon led, 13-0. It
was then that the political dicta dictator
tor dictator decided to take over.
"The Senator (it'i unfailingly
tne senator) accompanied by his
twq body guards stormed the
dressing room'. I was realigning
fVur defenses oh the blackboard. .
'I'm here to talk to the team,! he
said, tapping me on the shoulder.
"The players were more start startled
led startled than I. Since he bad made a
practice pf seeing the games from
our bench, 1 suppose I anticipated
it. When I requested that he leave
he made it very clear I'd be hear hearing
ing hearing from him. I told him to save
his threats, that I was quiting.
The Senator seemed less disap disappointed
pointed disappointed than his bodv ffuards."
Enraged, and fired up, LSU turn
ed the game upside, down and
scored 14 points a dramatic come comeback
back comeback win. 1 ."Some days, later
when the story broke about the
Senator's performance I got a
wire from Prince Callison, the O O-regon
regon O-regon coach. It read: "Now ; I
know how footabll miracles are
Quest for 6th
The Green Devils of Junior
College will he host to the Bull
dogs l :Baiboa: Hign scnooi to to-niaht
niaht to-niaht at the Balboa Stadium at
seven o'clock. ...w. ,..u, -The
high school kids have had
the benefit of. two inter squad
scrimmages and should be in
good form.. The boys of jg pass passed
ed passed up intersquad affair in favor
of a fast game of rounders, The
College's big opportunity or pre preseason
season preseason play, was washed out with
the rains of Friday night when
the Troopers of Ft. Amador
brought lots of balls, lots of bats
and lots of water from their res reservation
ervation reservation on Panama Bay.
This year the Bulldogs will
be out to win their sixth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive school championship. In 1953,
coach Brown, now of J.C. LE
the high school team to their first
big-time championship and dupli
cated the feat tbe following year.
Coach Paul Karst took over the
reins and won the title with his
boys of 1955 and '56. Last year
cdach Larry Horine and his Bun-
dogs added the fifth successive
pennant. Horine win be striving
for his (Second and the school's
sixth crown this season.
A Steneel-like secrecy prevails
over both camps as to the start
ing' line-ups and natting oraers
for the opener but team person
nel indicates that the JC team
will be built around returnees
Bruce Spurlock and Ray Oakley
with helo coming from ex-nraers
Fred Harley and George Trimble
and Cristobal High's reliable Bill
Gibson. Other JC hopefuls inciuae
Gary Alexander, Norm Federson,
Bur. Mead, Bill Doland, Ricardo
This year's BHS team centers
around veterans Charles French,
Mo Schoch, Lem Kirkland, John
Morris, Gary Ness and Lane
Thompson. This "Muederers
Row" will be supplemented ny
many a big name from VFW and
American Legion ranks. They may
be Bulldogs but they can never
be rated as under-dogs in the
current competitive set-up; Game
time 7:00 p.m. Baiooa staoium.
Hi Own Press Agent.
Col. Jones conducted his nego
tiations wun tne proper universi university
ty university officials in a New Orleans ho hotel
tel hotel room ; "We had mctr
ed agreement on salary and
lengin ot contract, ana i was ur urging.,
ging., urging., the appointment of a pu publicity
blicity publicity director, when suddenly the
door of the adjoining room opened,
and it was the Senator. i
" 'Man, you must be out of your
neaa, ne saia. uon t you Ttnow
LSU has got the best damn pu publicity
blicity publicity man in the whole United
States? Me; The Kingfish.'
The colonel still betrays a cur curious
ious curious note of awe when he speaks
of Long, as if recounting an ex experience
perience experience that couldn't possibly
nave happened and yet did. .
"the year we played VsnderbiH
he sent the entire student body,
more than 700, by train to Nash Nashville.
ville. Nashville. I've often wondered what it
cost and who paid the bill."
z Tops US Junior
Tennis Singles Rankings
NEW YORK (UPI) Earl
Buchhols. the 18-year-old St.
Louis youth who has been play playing
ing playing the best tennis recently, for
America's Davis Cup squad in
Australia, yesterday topped the
country's junior singles rankings
for 1958. v
Buchholz was ranked 16th In the
men's singles rankings released
Sunday by the U. S. Lawn Tennis
Gardnar Mulloy, still agile
enough at 45 to rank among the
top 25 in the men's ratings, was
placed first in senior singles. The
grey hatred tennis giooeiroiter
from uorai uaoies, ria., was
placed 24th in the men's rankings
for 1958. ., '"..-,
Buchholz and Charles McKinley
of St. Ann, Mo., were ranked first
m Junior doubles Leonard Pros Pros-ser
ser Pros-ser and Hal Surface, both of
Kansas City, Mo., were .. first in
senior doubles, Clark Graebner ot
Lakewood, Ohio, and David San San-der'ln
der'ln San-der'ln of El Caion. Calif., were
Uarited 1'2 in boys', singles, while
ft warren uaana. oi
'"Mo, were first in
Sally Moore of Bakerafield
Calif., and Gwyneth Thomas oi
Shaker Heights, Ohio, were
ranked 1-2 in girls' singles. Karen
Hantze of San Diego, Calif., and
Helene Weill of Beverly Hills,
CaHfi, were ranked first in girls'
Victoria Palmer of Phoenix,
Aria., was ranked first in singles
for girls of 15 and under 'with
Kathy Chabot of San Diego rated
second". Miss Palmer and CafH
Ann Frosen of Orlando, Fla,
were ranked first i in doubles in
Ray Senkowski of Hamtramck
(Mich.) High School and frank
Froehling of Coral Gables (Fla.)
Senior High were ranked 1-2 In
interscholastic singles for -1958
Froehling and John Karabasn
were placed -first in doubles.
All ratings recommended by
the various ranking committees
of the USLTA will be submitted
for official approval ; at the
"tp' annual meeting, It will be
Title For Him
MANILA (UPI) Pascual
Perez of Argentine nut on a mas
terful boxine exhibition last
night and retained his world fly
weight title by scoring a unani
mous, 15-round decision over
Dommy Urusa of the Philip Philippines.
A crowd ot 40,ooo, largest ever
to watch a boxing match in the
Philippines, ; attended the first
title bout held here since 1947.
The spectators pressed toward the
ring during the final three rounds,
screaming for Ursua to knock out
Perez, but the light-iootea cham
pion had too much talent and ex experience
perience experience for the challenger.
It was Perez' eighth official de defense
fense defense of the 112-pound crown he
won from yosmo snirai of japan
in November of 1954. Perez
weighed 109 pounds and Ursua
112. The champion was a 2 to S
Perez received 840,000 plus all
expenses for his tnp here. His
purse was sent to the Dominican
Renublic by the Philippine Cen
tral Bank before the bout. The
fight was staged outdoors under
clear skies with the temperature
at aoout 75 degrees.
Urusua could not match the
Argentinian's boxing arsenal of
left jabs, hooks and crosses but
he appeared to hurt Perez at least
three times with his bull like
rushes, But Perez. 32, had no
trouble tying up Ursua when he
needed a tew seconds or rest.
Judge Sylva Slrois of the U.S.
Navy scored the fight 146 to 144
for Perez on the lo-points-oer-
round system. Judge Paul Torres
of the Philippines scored It 145 to
142 for Perez. Referee, rrankie
Carter, an American appointed by
the National Boxing Assn. of
the United States, scored the bout
for Perez149 to 131. United Press
International scored it lit tn H
in favor of the champion,
UrtitMl Prea IntarnaHanal
Johnny Colan, a native New
Yorker, was a promising light
heavyweight boxer just before
World War H. After coming out
of the Coast Guard in 194S ha
continued four ; more years but
never hit it big. Johnny built up
a good knockout record around
New York from 1139'to 1941 and
moved out to Chicago w h r e he
racked up kayos; In his first six
fights. Including a pair over
Steve Mamakos and Ernie, Yigh
in 1941.. When he went' back in
1947 he was flattened twic. in
three months by Bob Foxworth
and within a couple of mora
years he played out the string.
Whatever happened to Johnny
Colan, Now 17, ha s a fight ref
eree in New York and a leading
an. 17 at White Sulphur I salesman of mutual fund invest invest-,
, invest-, W. Va. 'ment bonds. .-
B.H.S. Concludes Red-While Series
i WINTIR LIAOUI
Zenith TV r 29
Hillman Cars 28
Lincoln Life 25
Tivott Travels 20
Martni Vermouth 20
Cafe Duran 19
Balboa Beer is
Goodyear Tires 18
Kent Cigarettes 18
Pepsi Cola 1
Blue Star ll
High Team 3-6Ames
1 HiUman Cars
2 Lincoln Life.
3 Martini Vermouth
High Team Game
1 Kent Cigarettes
2 Zenith TV
3 Tivoli Travels
High Ind. 3-gemes
1 B. Toland
2 C. Kleischmann
Q M. Lane
High Ind. 6am.
1 B. Toland
2 R. DeVeau
3 C. Kleischmann
Zenith TV 3 Tivoli Travels 1
Zenith takes three in close match
with Tvivoli. Zenith won, 1st. game
748-720; Tivoli took 2nd. 752-739;
last game made the difference
and pin fall, 749-680. Zenith. '2237;
Tivoli, 2152. De Luca was high with
series 509 and game 185.
Hillman Cars 3 Godyear
With Hillman off par and good-
year one man short, this turned
out to be a reil hot one. Hillman
won the first game, 778-762; Good Goodyear
year Goodyear bounced back and took the
The last eame went down to the
wire, 79-759. giving Hillman game
and pin fall by 18 pins. Metzger
and Lane had a real battle. Metz
ger. 200. 160. 189. 549 Hillman.
Lane, 199, 155, 200, 554 Goodyear.
Kent Cigarettes 3 Lincoln Life. 1
This was another close match.
Kent taking first gsme. 798-775.
Lincoln coming bsck with second,
633-759. Again last game made the
difference 811-701 Kent, 2367, Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln 2311. ; i J
Pepe Damian was high for Kent
with 540 series and 192 game.
L. Karry was high for Lincoln
with 575 series and 226 game.
Martini Vermouth 4 Csft Duran 0
As the team standings show, the
league is getting hotter by the
week. By winning four, Martini
moved from 9th. place up into the
Toland of Cafe Duran had high
series 530 Carter high game 190.
Bayles of Martini high series,
515 and game 191.
Balboa Beer 3 Blut Star 1
Balboa Beer continued its win winning
ning winning way by takine three from the
much improved Blue Star em.
Dube wss the big gun for Balboa
with 514 series and 182 game.
Alvarado had series 498 and 187
game, high fonBlue star.
Astra 2 P.pti Cola 2
This was another close battle,
Astra winning the first game bv
only 18 pins. 797-779: Pepsi poured
on the coke and clobbered the m
in the second, 859-697. Astra came
back strong and took the bst sm.
727 but fell short on pin fall 2304 2304-2365.
2365. 2304-2365. C. Ehremburg new member on
the team hsd high series 'or As Astra,
tra, Astra, 484-fnd Yeager hieh game
183. For Pepsi, Morrov had high
series 515 and game 196.
John Morrii and hi wrprlrino
rod crew made short work of the
two out of three intersquad se series.
ries. series. Thev won the ntxner lust
Monday 4-2 and came back last
neanesaay mgnt to win the sec second
ond second game 13-12 in extra innings.
in me first game, with the
pitchers throwing only a limitea
amount of "stuff," the hitters of
both teams rollerterl nnlv tntal
of four hits.
In the second eame. the niteh.
ers cut lose with everything and
had 25 runs and 18 hits knocked
out from both teams in eight in innings.
nings. innings. Lem Kirkland, Joe Garcia,
Buzzy Rathgeber and Frank Am-
imrau an enjoyea good nights at
the Dlate. Woodv French nH l am
Kirkland were the most impres impressive
sive impressive hurlers.
The Bulldog team is now nurs
ing a plague of minor' injuries.
Frank Ammirati, Lem Kirkland,
Mo Schoch, and Jeff Kline are all
going at half speed from sore
arms, pulled muscles and blisters.
B. H. S. opens defense of tne
interscholastic league title in the
role of visitors at their own park
as they tangle with Junior Col College
lege College tonight at 7:00.
FIGHTER MITEFF OKAY
NEW YORK (UPI) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight Alex Miteff of Argentina,
injured when he suffered an in injured
jured injured knee in a fight with Willi
Besraanoff in Seattle, Wash., has
been pronounced physically sound
again and will soon return to the
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PHILCO T-6O0. New wireleM UbU
radio operate on just 2 regular flashlight
batteriea. Smart "Slender Set" atyling;
6-tranaistora; High Impact case in two two-tone
tone two-tone Ivory and Black.
PHILCO T-eoO. New Cord lea Wonder
. . powerful 7-tranaiator chasms oper operate
ate operate up to 600 hours on juat 4 regular
flashlight batteriea. Slender-Set styling
in Ivory and Black with Gold trim.
No. 1, J. F. de la Ossa'Ave. Phone 2-1790
LOOK AHEAD... aywaJlpote PHILCO.
I t 1
minn roof lustre
CLEANS and SHINES
in one easy
i',iy'r-i)',l.'' V'S "V''ij fl'p Vt.'lf'Vl.i'
TUESDAY, DECEMBER II, 1951
- THIS SPACE 1$ FOR SALE .
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Baldwin's urniilied eeartmenta
at Santa Blara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 802
PHILLIPS Occamide Cottages
Santa Clare de
game 8-1877 Cristobal 1-1671.
FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, porch, living room, dining
room, maids room. '.
$125.00, Aquilino d Guardia
FOR RENT: Completely fi finished
nished finished throa badroom houta ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to Golf course. Large lir lir-ingroom,
ingroom, lir-ingroom, diningroom, bar, porch,
terraces and gardens. Available
Feb. lit. No. U, Fifth Street.
Golf Heights. Telephone 2-1459.
FOR RENT: Novelty and Sob
venir atand. Chicago Bar. Cen Central
tral Central Avenue No. 18-145. corn
er of K Street.
FOR RENT: Office above. Mo Mo-tores
tores Mo-tores Colpan, S.A. Automobile
Row, Centrally located, spacious.
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, hotplate, private bath
and entrance. No. 3. 52nd. St.
TOKYO (UPI) A Japanese
. i ejtriirtArt VilleH and
three others missing and feared
dead yesieraay auei
swept a party of eiqh' young Al Alpinists
pinists Alpinists down th slope of 10,000 10,000-foot
foot 10,000-foot Mt. Yarigatake.
NEWBURY, England (UPI) -ti;
. rh,rac whn snrained hi
XiUIVC -"t r
ankle last week, was driven 10
church Sunday past a line or -jug
..himtai whn ware
walking the distance. The yonM
J .4 Ilia nsl, inAnJ
prince waveu r-
, i rf1U .n.iirn1,n TIP
unroyai saiuie. iucj v
developing mock limps.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Opposite Old Balboa Brewer?
(Next to English Wharf)
Finance Tour New Or
, Used Car
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile P.ow
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
With built-in Universal
FOR RENT: Apartment. $115.
Living-dining room, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garage. Peru Avenue and
3Sth straet No. 5-67, Phone 1 1-0068.
0068. 1-0068. For several months modern taste taste-fully
fully taste-fully furnished, one-bedroom
apartment, top floor, vary cool,
hot water. Phone 3-0679 or 2 2-0143.
0143. 2-0143. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, laundry maid's room and
garage. In Alberta Navarro St.
No. 53, El Cangrejo. Tel. 2-0850.
FOR RENT: El Cangro-o. Fully
furnished 1 roam apartment.
Brand" new furniture, brand new
house. $88. call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room, hot water,
garage. Paitilla. Phona 3-2279.
FOR RENT: One bedroom (air
conditioned) apartment, apply
Foto El Halcon, across Hotel El
Panama, telephone 3-1179.
LACKLAND AFB, Tex. Air Airman
man Airman Ralph P. Rbberts, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward A. Roberts of
Panama City, RP., has been as assigned
signed assigned to a unit of the Tactical
Air Command at Seymour-Johnson
AFB, N.C., for duty and
training as a supply specialist.
He recently completed his Air
Force basic military training
here. Roberts graduated from
High School In La Boca, Canal
Red Sox Get
BOSTON. Dec. 16 (UPI) The
Boston Red Sox have come up
with another "glove" in fleet Jim
Busby to replacti departed Jim
Known previously as the most
reluctant traders in the American
League, the Red Sox completed
their third trade in less than two
weeks last night when they ac acquired
quired acquired Busby from the Baltimore
Orioles In exchange for shortstop
The straight player trade
brought the Red Sox their fifth
outfielder to battle for the cen
ter field spot left vacant Dec. 2
when Piersall was traded to the
In return for Piersall Boston
acquired veteran first baseman
Vic Wertz and rookie outfielder
Gary Geigerj In Another Dec. 2
transaction, the Red Sox traded
apace catcher Lou Berheret to
the Detroit Tigers for righthand righthand-ed
ed righthand-ed Pitcher Herb Moford.
Along with Busby and Goiqer,
the other Red Sox center field
aspirants will bo Gene Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, Marty Keough and Bill
Renna. Ted Williams, of court.
will be in left, while American
League MVP Jackie Jensen will
patrol right field.
Busby, who will be 32 Jan 8.
is one of the fastest runners in
the league. But the Leeshurg.
Fia., resident batted only .237 in
112 games for the Orioles last
year. He started his major
league career with Chicago and
olaved with Washington and Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Klaus, who turned 30 one week
ago. appeared mostly a ninch ninch-hitter
hitter ninch-hitter last season, batting .159 in
61 games. Klaus broke in with the
old Boston Braves, in 1952. and
was traded to the Giants hv the
Milwaukee Braves in "M. He
joined the Red Sox in 1955.
LEAVK IOWS AD- WITH ONE OP OW AGENTS OB fHJB OFFICES AT IS JT H STTEET, FAHAMi IMIB4 fLS! 2 ?BMariAJlM
INTERNAL DE FUBUCACIONES-Ne. J Lottery PUia CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 4i LOUBDEft rUB- U JM h1!m!j2 rl IA
BABDO No. I "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St. e tEWlf SIRVJCKAv.. Tiv.ll No. 4 V--4 M 7 I
FAR MA CIA LUX-1M Central Avenno HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-. Fee. do to Om Aye. No. 41 .DiYi"TfUJ?! mSS. 111 mraiDr!
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS St Street No. SS FARMACIA EL BATUBRO Faro, M Lefevre T Street FABMACIA "fAS1- Via FOBBA8 111 NOTEDADES
ATHIS Bedde the Bella Vlata Theatre COLON OFFICE: Uta Stmt anA Aaor Gaemn No. MJI1. v .
FOR SALE: Auttin-Healv Sprite
Roadster, 195S. Telephone Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 4198. 4 to 6 p.m.
F0R SALE: 1958 Opel $T575,
3800 milei. Coeojolo 36-J55
FOR SALE: 1955 Buiek Super
Riviera, power iteering, iynt iynt-flow,
flow, iynt-flow, radio, wtw, etc. One ow ow-ner.
ner. ow-ner. lest than 25.000 miles,
muit tee to appreciate. Duty
paid. Household Exchange. 41
Auto Row, phone. 3-4911, i i-7348.
7348. i-7348. FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet Hardtop, tutor.,
radio, WS Wall tires, stand,
1956 Dodge 4 Door, tutone. ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, radio, stand,
1955 Oldsmcbile, "V Holiday
4 door, hardtop, tutone, WS
Wall tires, power steering fr
brakes, air condition. Perfect
1957 Ford Fairlane, 4 door, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, WS wall tires, stand, trans.
1 956 Chevrolet, hardtop, 4 door, ;
tutone. radio, WS Wall tires.
1955 Buiek-futona, hardtop, ra-'
dio, WS Wall tires, stand, trans.
1954 Ford Taunus, very good
AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A. Open
all day. Next to Coca-Cola Co.
Tels: 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
dr. Sedan, torone paint, mileage
7400, $1,875 1957 Opel;
Reckord, mileage 6500. $1,425.
House 8573-B, Margarita phone
FOR SALE: 1958 Automatic,
washer "Norge", Walter Iryner.
Albrook 6285, after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1958 fly fly-mouth
mouth fly-mouth sedan, like new. $1,925.
hone 2-2744. 0599-A Bayano
FOR SALE: Velkwcn 2 doer
sedan, 1957 model. Only 7,000
miles, radio, white tires. Like
new. Guarantee. $1275.00 See
Eikildsen. Colon Motors Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man Dealers Panama 2-1669.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac (our
door sedan, series 62, with air
conditioning, hydramatic, power
steering, power brakes, engine,
etc. in perfect mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Driven 25,208 miles. Color
black. Two new and. three recap
w.w. tires. Book value less air
conditioning, $2,500.00. Wa will
sell for $2,650.00. Call or visit
lack Weir. Smoot y Parades. S.A.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel Air hardtop. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Duty not paid. See at Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Hotel, Schroeder Room 362.
ittiner duck Gets
Slew Of Officials
Out In The Cold
RICHMOND, Vs.. Dec. 16
'(UPI) A duck is stuck, the call caller
er caller told police.
Officers relayed the report to
several interested agencies Satur
day. A short time later there as assembled
sembled assembled at a small lake: five po policemen,
licemen, policemen, game warden, two
members of the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
a member of the City Parks Com Commission,
mission, Commission, representatives of the fire
department and members of a
The ducki a gray and black one,
was about 100 feet from shore, ap apparently
parently apparently a prisoner of ice that
had formed on the lake.,
Police thought a hook and lad ladder
der ladder might do the trick. But fire firemen
men firemen said duck rescues were out of
The SPCA representatives
stepped in. They tied a rope to an
auto jack and threw it out several
times to break the" ice.
A parks Commission truck ar arrived
rived arrived with a rowboat and a canoe.
A workman walked gingerly out
onto the ice, pushing the canoe
ahead of him.
He reached down to free the
duck and the duck waddled away.
Wasn't stuck, just sitting there.
Unveiled In N Y.
NEW YORK (UPI)-The first
non-stop transatlantic air crossing
was commemorated yesterday by
the unveiling of a bronze plaque
near the site where (he British
dirigible R34 landed 39 years ago
The R34 made the flight from
East Fortune, Scotland, to Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Field here in i 1-2 days, in
July, 1919, carrying a crew of 38
and a stowaway. ;
The bronze commemorative
plaque, donated by the Air League
of the British Empire, was set an
marble on e lawn at the plant of
American B o c h Arms Corp.,
which now occupies part oi what
was Roosevelt Field,
FOR SALE: 11 Venetian Winds
for 4famrly apartment; dining
room table with 4 chairs in ax- -cedent
condition. Call Balboa 2 2-1443
1443 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. or sea at
0592-D Bayano St. Ancon.
FOR SALE: Oval Duncan Phyfe
dinette table with asbestos pad:
6 chain. $75. Call Panama 3 3-7554.
7554. 3-7554. FOR SALE: Stars 4 burner, gaa
stove, 36" wide, new in ceate
$H0.rSe Army Transportation,
Corps Hangar No. 4, Call 3 3-0099,
0099, 3-0099, Panama.
FOR SALE: A sofa and 2 large
bamboo chain in perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Fantastice price. Infor Information
mation Information at-the el. J -6627 (Pana (Panama
ma (Panama )
Three Republican Congressmen
are booked to sail from Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal for New York tomorrow a a-board
board a-board the Panama Liner Cristo-
bal, according- to the advance
passenger list. All three are ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their wives.
The legislators are Rep. Walt
Horan, Wenatcheef Washington,
member at the House Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Committee; George Mead Mead-er,
er, Mead-er, of Ann Arbor, Michigan,
member of the Government Op Operations
erations Operations Committee; and Wlnt
Smith, of Mankato, Kansas,
member of the Agriculture Com Com-'mittee
'mittee Com-'mittee ...
. The Congressmen. arrived on
the Isthmus yesterday- aboard
the Cristobal for a brief visit to
the Canal Zone. Curing their
stay they conferred with Gov. W.
E. Potter on planned improve improvements
ments improvements for the Canal,
Four Canal: employes also are
on the passengeir list; They are
Mr. and Mrs,' Julius JyHentschel;
Mr. ana Mrs. LeRoy B. Magnu Magnu-son;
son; Magnu-son; Mr. and Mrs,, Hugh Malo Malo-ney;
ney; Malo-ney; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
C. Sergeant and daughter.
One Canal employe is booked
for port au Prince, Haiti. He is
Jack C- Randall whorls accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife.
Boys 3, Girls 3
Triplets, two girls and a. boy,
born to Sp.5 and Mrs. Sam Or Ortega,
tega, Ortega, of Fort Davis Dec. 9
brought to six the number of
babies born at Coco Solo Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital during; the week ending at at-midnlght.
midnlght. at-midnlght. Wednesday, Dec. 10.
During the same period 66 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 81
were discharged, according to
the hospital report.
Boys were born to Sd4 and
Mrs. David Conry. of Colon: and
Sgt. and Mrs. Willie Breaux, of
France Field. Parents of the Rirl
are Mr. and Mrs. cary Atkins,
or coco soio.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Wliite Fleet
New Orleans Service
Also Handlinr Refrigerated and Chilled Cane
New York Service
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angles, Sn Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARI PROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
"' To-New tork and Return ................ SS4B.M
Tn Los Anjreleg and San Praneisee and
Retnrnlnr from Lm Anrele $271.18
To Seattle and Return SS65.B0
Sealed bids will be received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. No.
24 U. S. Naval Station. Rodman,
C.Z. until 10:00 a.m. on t
December 1951 (time of bid
opening) for purchase and re removal
moval removal of: cash registers, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, adding machines, calcu calculator
lator calculator and stamp machine.
FOR SALE: f-Flat Aho Saxo Saxophone
phone Saxophone and B-Flat Clarinet. Good
beginnen instruments. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. or
see at 5092-D Bayano St. Ancon.
FOR SALE:-rNaw II inch, thro
epeed General Electrie fan on
portable carriage. Price $40.00.
New 1 1 cubic feet General elec electric
tric electric refrigerator modal No. LAS
1 1-RD1. Price $325. Tel. No.
FOR SALE: Stereophlnic rec records.
ords. records. Christmas, classical, popu popular!.
lar!. popular!. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th St.
N0.6-A, open nites.
Buy 4 etereephenie records of
ama price and get one FREE.
AGENCIAS DIAZ. 17th ; Street
FOR SALE: Zenith 21'' table
model television. One veer old.
$155.00. Fhone. Redman 1716.
FOR. SALE: Bendix automatic
- washer. Jr. set self dubs and
kef, telephone table. 2 single
mahogany bed frames. Tel. I-
FOR SALE: RCA Hi-Fi, perfect
condition; 027 giuge Lionel
electric train set. Balboa 2815.
FOR SALE: Ettey Spinet piano,
$200.00, food condition. Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, Panama 2-0729, exten exten-tion
tion exten-tion 18 or write Rambo, Box J,
FOR SALE: Used 2 flirts bikes,
22 inch and 2$ inch. Call Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6-406.
FOR SALI: T elngle innertpring
mattress- ewr lawn mower,
large standing fen, never been
usad. Tl. 4-J022. after :00.
Rattan furniture of the highest
quality, custom, built by experts.
The Ideal ift for Christmas and
the New Year at prices that defy
competition. Come early and aae
for yourself. Hand painted Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards with greetings in Eng English
lish English and Chinese. LUM'S No. 40
FOR SALI: Baby ocelot, three
months old. It is tamed and would
' make ideal pet. Phone 3-4726.-
FOR SALE: Lionel O Gage, elec
trie train, 2 onflines,12 ears, 50
track (witches, accessories, good
condition. $55.00, Apt. 0261-A.
Gamboa, phono 6-586.
FOR RENT: Space iw "Chicago
Bar" for selling novelties; and
tourist articles. 1 $-1 45 Central
Ave, corner of "K" St. Araijablo Araijablo-.
. Araijablo-. Immediately. Inquire at Agencjas' ;
Tiveli, Tel. 1-6118, Camera de
FOR SALI: Piano. Wurlitaer
Spinet. Excellent condition. Call
589 Colon 8 to 5.
FOR SALEt 52 Inch ceiling fan
now. Full aiae pin ball machine,
good condition. Tel.' Balboa 1294
House 712-D, Balboa.
: ...Dec. 18
. ; ... .Everr (15) Day
FOR SALI-Lpt 50aad 1.006
maters, hi the Nuov Hipedremo
Urbanisatldn, across the bra
Racetrack, AH lota with efreet
fronts, towage,' wator main and
electricity, CaH W. McBamett.
Small gold -rosary, reward oHer oHer-ed,
ed, oHer-ed, Balboa 2-1435. Balboa 2-
WANTED TO BUT; 1950 t
1953 Chevrolet, atandrd thift.
cheap but cash. Phene 2-0740,
Teenager Blames Child's Screams
For Murder Of California Family
EL CAJON, Calif.. Dec. 1 -(UPI)
A lanky l-year-old run runaway
away runaway youth tearfully admitted
last night that he slaughtered the
wile and four children of his ben
efactor because one of the chil
dren "wouldn't atoo screaming.'
The youth was captured by an
"I guess I just flipped my lid,"
six-foot, "four-inch Carl Eder told
"I pray that God will take mer
cy on him, grieving Thomas
Pendergast, father of-the victims,
"Why did you do it? Why?
Why?' "Pendergast asked Eder
when he confronted him, a runa runaway
way runaway from Irondequoit, N.Y. at
the police station.
Eder 'was captured last night
after a civil engineer told an off off-duty
duty off-duty police officer of teeing him
in San Diego, ..about 12, miles
fromtha scene of tha killings.
The offieer arWetedllie youth
who surrendered peaceably.
"I did it because; Diana (4 (4-years
years (4-years old, one' of the tlain chil children)
dren) children) was screaming. She wouldn't
stop screaming. That started the
Pendergast,, an aircraft plant
worker and a deeply religious
man who had taken Eder into his
Ike Takes Cautious
Approach To Civil
WASHINGTON, Dec. J8HUPI)
Freisdent Eisenhower was pictur
ed today as taking a cautious ap approach
proach approach in forming civil rights leg'
illation to send the new Congress,
Except for two points, .the ad
ministration kep-secret its civil
rights proposals in yesterday's
day-long legislative conference
with GOP congressional leaders.
Attorney General William P.
Rogers suggested that considera consideration
tion consideration be given to providing sub subpoena
poena subpoena powers for the Justice De
pairtment to use in obtaining vot
ing records and that the life of
the Civil Rights Commission be
extended for two years.
The justice Department now
can obtain such records ultimate
ly by calling a grand jury. The
New legislation would .provide a
snort-cut to this process.
Senate GOP policy chairman
Styles Bridges (R-N.H) said it
was apparent to him Rogers was
taking the cautious approach in
ahaping up legislation in this eon-.
troversiai field. He gave no. indi indication,
cation, indication, the legislators reported,
what he thought of other more
stringent civil rights proposals.'
Bridges is .scheduled to break breakfast
fast breakfast with President Eisenhower to
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1 TELEPHONES ; ''
' Cristobal M654I a Panama 3-12578 a Balbe M9II
' Call 1-7744 from
4 p.m. H
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX J 21 1. CRISTOBAL, CX ;
PHONI BALBOA 3709
Dor Atoms wishes to announce
that she it new working at the
II Panama Hilton) Beauty Shop.
Dr. Anteine Raymond hat re recently
cently recently roturnad from Euro pa and
he la back again in his office
on TiyoH Ayenu No. t-Q6.
Maid Wanted. Four days each
- week, cleaning end cooking, bring
references, 2238-B, Cart St. Bal-
WANTED: Maid to cook and
house work. 9080, I Street and
home six weeks aeo to "help save
the bov s soul." found ms wue,
Lois, 37, fatally shot in their
home here Friday.
In various rooms throughout the
House and adjoining garage, Pen Pendergast
dergast Pendergast found hit four children,:
Allen, 2: Diane, a: Thomas Jr.,
6, and David, 9, -all with tnier
'.The two oldest boys also were
"I'm glad I'm captured," Eder
said. "I am happy to get some
where wher it'a warm and to
get -food.?, -.
Louisville, kt. (upd Ok
lahoma State defeated Florida
State, 15-6, to win the first Blue
Grass Bowl football game.
B ALT I'M ORE, Md. (UPD-
Cross Channel ran away from
the field in the stretch to win the
$11,225 Pimlico Cup ; j
CORAL GABLES. Fla (UPI)
Jimmer held off Talent Show in
the stretch to win th $H,375
Coral Gables Handicap at Tropi
PITTSBURGH (UPI) The
PMakiirsh StaaDAra- MnmA : nut
tk.i- K.- VatlMil IT a h t h 11
League season in ll years when
tney neat ova umcago uaromais,
38-21, at the Uoiverityf Pitta-burgh-Stadium'
HOLLYWOOD. Calif. (UPI)
Featherweight champion Hogan
(Kid) Bassey outpointed Ernesto
r Mil M OI DICAJLU IU XV -. IVIUttl
NEW YORK, N, Y. (UPI)-Pat
Summerall's 49-yard field goal en
abled the New York Giants to
beat the Cleveland Browns. 13-10,
and tie them for the Eastern Di-'
vision title in the National Foot
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) Driv Driver
er Driver Patricio Bruno was injured and
three spectators were killed dur
ing the Argentine Road f Grand
SANFORD. Fla. (UPIV-George
Bayer of Glen Eagles, N. Y., shot
a 68 to. win the ntayfair. inn upen
golf tournament with aj 72 hole
score of 272.
' with Bookocping
Wg ropair hs your home,
wo don't protend to guaraatog
wr work. Wo gutrantoo f
, PHONI THI EXPERTS;
, CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tiyoli Ayanua No. 1S-20
-Protect your hemot and proper
f ty againtt insct 4 m a g
Prompt acitntific treatment
omergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1T77.
Ladies. Person Expert at dress dressmaking
making dressmaking and altering Hart her
services.. Cell Curundu 3293.
WANTED: To buy Cecket
Spaniel puppy ana month ar rwa
Id. Call 3-0898.
WANTED f Piano In ery goed
aandlfioa. Call 3-7594 after 2
en roaomona family.
WANTS n Tn ncux.
- - nmii Turnisn Turnisn-ad
ad Turnisn-ad two r throa badroom apart apart-nient
nient apart-nient ar chalet, required for
J..?" '. "r Panama
Hilton,, Phona 3-1660 extension
WANTED.- Good cook, two per.
tons, sleep in. Tol. 83-3139,
6 00 p.m. an.
'The Small World1
5aid 700 Miles
from Canary Isles
SAMTTi fTJTTT n ...
(UPTl Th rfriftina K.11 .m,,.
Small Worid 6b;ved tedal
TA hilar an aaa J 1 a
m Kvvcxu 4iooui 700 mite
''Tha "SmaU World" left her
shortly affor mMm't 1
morning of Dec. 12 with a cref
wmds to .the West Indies alonj
r l k "uoriea "7 wnnstophe;
vino men ani
a woman,-expected to requirg sev
aaa1 MIO MMk r mm. tm. 1- it. mm.. I
, w mKm cnp. me
v.arpiaa ,i;prp. unveiled, y t s t e r
SeVln- Which tt save will frmtiwL
all maior .cotton int fri.nl
tiirips and' fleahopperi to-the bo
ACF Ind 4&H
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"Aluminum Co. 32V4
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Af0OVAS PANAMA AtAWA YS
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1 :00 Adventure Tomorrow
7:00 Oule A Harriet
7:!K Dunce Vtrietiet
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:00 People Are Funny
:.10 The Rugg'ee
10:00 Club Checkerboard
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Noted Designer Of Emergency Dams,
Tollef B. Monniche, Dies In Texas
Tollef B. Monniche, designer of
fh omprfPtirv dams which were
.rt nf th nrisinal construction
t th Panama Canal's locks, died
Sunday in Austin, Texas, where
he had been living since the lat latter
ter latter part of 1957. He was 84.
News of his death was received
by friends here from Mrs. Mon Monniche.
niche. Monniche. Funeral services were to
be held today in Austin.
Norwegian borm- Mr. Monniche
was educated in Norway and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. He had worked for the A A-merican
merican A-merican Bridge Company before
he joined the designing staff of
the Isthmian Canal Commission
in October, 1908.
His first post was In Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, but he came to the Canal
Zone a short time later when the
entire group of designing engi
neers was transferred to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. The design of Ihe emergency
dams was one of the engineering
achievements which drew world
wide attention to the Panama
protect the locks in case of emer emergency,
gency, emergency, wore two and a half times
heavier than any drawbridge prev
iously ouiu to swing on a single
pivot. They cost $2,250,000, requir
ed 12.000 tons of material, and
took over four years to design and
They were used occasionally as
spillways but never were requir required
ed required for the purpose for which they
were built and have recently been
After the Panama Canal was
opened to traffic. Mr. Monniche
was transferred to the design of.
the terminals and worked on the
Cristobal piers design and cons construction.
truction. construction. ". ;
In 1911, Mr. and Mrs. Monniche
had purchased a 365-hectare fin fin-ca
ca fin-ca at Lerida in the mountains of
Chiriqui and Mr. Monniche put his
engineering genius to work design designing
ing designing the buildings and the 'coffee
processing machinery which made
Leeida one of Panama's outstand-'
ins rottpp incas. mere was no
Canal. The six dams, planned to1 road to Lerida for years and all
PRICES: 75c. 40c.
AT 9.00 P. M.
ON THE STAGE ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY!
: 7' .11' 5 fr. b JF T if
4:10 5:30 7:15 9:45 p.m.
ON THE SCREEN at 3:00
I CamwwH'- a
Veather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours endbif ft.a. m. todky Is
prepared br the Meteorolorical
and Hydrographle Branch of the
Panama Canal Company;
High .. 88 85
Low 73 80
Hieh 94 90
tow 64 73
(max. mph) NW-10 NE-I7
RAIN (Inches) 0 0
(inner harbors) 81 83
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17
8:29 a.m. 2:26 a.m.
9:00 p.nv 2:46 p.m.
TdLLEF B. MONNICHE visit visiting
ing visiting the Pedro Miguel eirer-;
Kency dam which he designed
during Construction Days,
machinery and ''equipment had to
be transported into the mountains
by mule backf
In August, 1917, Mr. Monniche
resigned from the Canal organiza
tion and w:th Mrs. Monniche mov moved,
ed, moved, to Lerida. They made their
home there until they sold the fin fin-ca
ca fin-ca in 1957.
SHE LIVED LIFE TO THE
FULL AS THOUGH EVERY
DAY WAS HER LAST!
Ike Tells Solohs, He Aims
Towards Balanced Budget
Read story' on. page ) 8
. WASHEXQTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower, raising a new
challenge to Democratic "spend "spenders";
ers"; "spenders"; told Republican congression congressional
al congressional leaders yesterday he is aiming
toward a balanced budget next
year. But be said it may be
slightly s higher than Mug year s
The President left open th e
final figure on the budget he will
propose for th fiscal year start starting
ing starting next July 1. However, he
emphasized that he will strive to
come "as close as possible" to toward
ward toward keeping federal spending in
line with revenues.
Eisenhower held a day-long
meeting at the White House with
the GOP legislative high com command,
mand, command, Vice President Richard M.
Nixon aid other administration
leaders to thresh out the admin administration's
istration's administration's new legislative pro
Among other things,, partici participants
pants participants said there was no chance
of a tax cut next year, and also
little prospect of a general tax in increase.
crease. increase. The GOP congressional leaders
said even if the budget is not bal balanced,
anced, balanced, the -next deficit would be
much less than this year's anti anticipated
cipated anticipated 12 billion dollars. Admin Administration
istration Administration fiscal experts hope that
economic recovery will boost fed
eral receipts comfortably above
the 67 billion dollars,' estimated
for the current fiscal year ending
nexi june -so. ; ; v
House Republican Leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jrv (Mass.) said
the new budget "won't be too far
from 80 billion dollars." He-added,
however, that- "we'll be for fortunate
tunate fortunate to keep it at 80 billions
after It gets through Congress."
en. ; Styles Bridges N. H.)
chairman of the- Senate GOP Poli
cy Committee, said Eisenhower
Mondav in effect was drawing i
fiscal line "and telling the Dem
ocrats if they atep. over it, it is
Bridges said if the adminisira
tion loses a fight to balance the
budget 'it will be on the shoulders
of the wild spenders in -Congress
and there are plenty of them."
Martin and Bridges agreed next
year's defense spending figure
would be "'somewhere around"
the 340,800,000,000 for the urrnf
BRUSSELS (UPI) King Bau
douin and his father, former Kins
L,eopoia, escaped uninjured yesten
day when their sports cair collided
with another automobile on a
highway near Ostend. Kin Bau-
aoum was qnving.
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A Yuletide Story
BY WALT SCOTT
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JO ALINE- CLARE AND VENA BENNBlTT will share the spot spotlight
light spotlight with several other Balboa High School -soloists ;lt the
Balboa Theater on Thursday .nlght. Both girls-ar senior and
will be making their farewell appearance on aBHS Yuletlds
program. In addition to other solos they will be featured In
duet of Spanish carols. Joaline will provide guitar accomDanl accomDanl-ment
ment accomDanl-ment in addition, to singingf .
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Debbie's back teaching something new about love to
her boss, a Continental ladies' man.., and learning
something new about romance from the boy next door
in "THIS HAPPY FEELING" In CinemaSeope and
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The Central Theatre Presents a Masterpiece of AAodern Film
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