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Ai 12 Miles
- Prldit EmMto d la Guar.
' dia Jr. announced last : night
'.that ha had signtd Inta law th
bill axtanding Panama's tarrU
' torlal waters to 12 mili. 5
The bill, which abolishes th
traditional three-mile, limit, was
v given final approval by the Na National
tional National Assembly last' Monday. -.
It was Introduced by former
Forai jn Minister Aquil ino Boyd -with
the support ef Assembly-
mon from all factions. y
Tho bUl leaves it m the lands
v ct the president to implement the
bill by officially determining the
boundaries of the new. territorial
.waters,, t p .''L;
1 YMterdav. the U.S. State Pe-
rsfnxd to comment on
e enactment of the bill, but in informed
formed informed sources aid the US is
basically opposed to the extension
of territorial "seas beyond" the
- three-mile limit, J
Police Chi:I Yishas
III All LV,ny
i t tifimka that' thBLtoming ,holi
'.day aeaon may be a J"Wf
"5 lerU In 1'u.5-nrrea, the. Canal
. Zone Police hav issuea a remmu remmu-'
' remmu-' that a driver who har imbibed
too freely I not going after hap happiness
piness happiness vin the rihl;'dl"ction'n''A
tad fact aysChief B A. Dajr
den, is that the drinking man him.
self is the last one, to Realize hi
condition or accept it - -r
For those who prefer facts to
platitudes, ', Chief Darden quotes
1 More Americans" have "been
W aiitnmohiles Since law
than have been killed in all our.
wars, commencing in xi o.
2. At any given time only avery
small percentage "of drivers on
the highways have been drinking;
but they are responsible for near nearly
ly nearly half of all serious accidents'.-
I. An ... automobilo is a deadly
weapon;' when"1 you operate lt
while drinking you are not driv driving
ing driving it you are, aiming it.
On Atlantic Side
Some 508 British soldiers
homeward-bound from the Brit British
ish British atomic test-area at Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Island are to get shore
' leave in. Colon tomorrow night.
" They are arriving here aboard
th. tronnshin Cantaln Cook to
morrow morning, -trans iting
, straight away and are expected
at Cristobal about 4 p.m. They
-will sail : for Britain Saturday
Agents for the Captain fcook
I SHOPPING I
() DAYS TO
Lout ruaiMU tunc HUmMJ
AvnM iht T.ct MmtitAi
Kush Be Sure Your j
Christmas Cards and
Gifts Anive on Time
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"SILENTr NIGHT," HOLY NIGHT"
serv School neMormers Mark Champion, a Wiseman: George email,
Maryi pavis Biancnew, Josepn;
fxper lyi7nesses- Disagtee
On RCjfug's Towing In Cut
' fTriaT r tlin aitmiraltv uit of
Panama Canal Company, ended shortly before; noony today after
several new witnesses 'were heard. Counsel challenged testimony
repeatedly during .the. rebuttal. .- '
, Conlnctinj testimony m tne
acraoeni to. m jmn VBura"
whether tne tug, nmaaa assisting :at wneaearrcrt wioiwut
have been auowed to tow it tnrougn tne waterway, or snouia nave
been placed at the-"Vessel'svbow. The vessel struck both Canal
banks twire in Baa Obispo Reach, -daring a nlghttim transit
Dec. -2T, 1951, ; v
H Attorneys' for the libellant,-, Louis
preyius at ue, rouei
Witness stand a JNew xor m8 m8-boat."
boat." m8-boat." master, who qualified as an
wnnrr'aftor recounting his expe-
irSence in .North Atlantic Harbors
and the Cape Coo v-anai.
This oxpert, Capt. W. R. Stay.
nr, told, the court he would
have placed the tug at the bow
and not on a hawser ahead.
.- (Canal iilot Capt. Robert Ren Ren-hie,
hie, Ren-hie, the pilot aboard the Charles
JL. D., had told tne court earnei
his reasons torr Placing ,ie wK
Trinidad on a hawser ahead of the
ship. ;. -sr
Stevens said a tug could not
control .its tow by pivoting ts
(the tug's) "i stern in a. narrow
rtiannpl H said that for a tug to
Mmdw. assistance to keep its tow
from sheering in a narrow channel-it'
would have to have the
proper puling angle, but this is
impossible in a smau pace uc uc-cause
cause uc-cause "you do not have room.
He added that pulling power coma
be the only : assistance given.
Replying to a question by Now
York attorney for the libellantsr
f dwin Longcopo, the witness
said he thought tug should
Under no circumstances be per permitted
mitted permitted to act on Its' own while
He' also stated the use of a tug
nirt ahead on a hawser could hind
er the steering o the ship to some
extent. He said if-the tug were
not Informed of the ship's move
ments this-cold lead to difficulty
and misht affect the surging : of
the ship. -"
For Repair Work
The railroad crossing oily Gall.
UtA wiuhwsv south of the Pedro
Miguel Railroad Station will be res
tricted to single lane vemcuiar
traffic between the. hours of 7:30
a.m.. and 2:30 p.m. -on Dec 22
and 23, it has Been, announced by
the Engineering and Construction
Thi traffic restriction will be
necessary to permit Railroad Di Division"
vision" Division" personnel to perform need
ed maintenance worK on tne ties
and roadbed t-j i
LONDON (UPI) Queen Eliza
beth danced with a constable,
Prince Philip "cha cha'd" with
the. palace housekeeper and Prin
cess Margaret : waltzed with
footman at the annual Christmas
party for the household staff
Buckingham -Palace v Tuesday
night. More than 500 members of
the palace household staff were
' MZef th people
- And so, they came itb BethJehem to honor and bestow loyalty
a. French Comnany acainst the
au,uuo suis jwmming irwn,n
i Uneifjectedly the libellents tben
put on the witness; stand a for
mor Canal pilot Who -has boon
on the -Isthmus 'for 'some days
and who had been sitting on a
spectator's bench tin the U.S. Di Di-Sitrict
Sitrict Di-Sitrict Court during part of the
10-day trial before Judge Guth Guthrie
rie Guthrie f. Crowe. v i .-
Tracy indicated he had1 been
assistant Port Captain at Cristo
bal but Canal lawyers presented
testimony to discount this.
It was also brought out that,
Tracy- had received : thro or
four warnings from Canal offi officials
cials officials prior to his retirements.
Tracy said. it was unsafe to op
erate with tne tua on a hawser a
head and that the tug should be
at the bow.
A government, expert witness
was men caned. He was Capt.
timton uaverstocK. who hv vir
tue of his long experience quali qualified
fied qualified as an expert.
Baverstock said the' tug was.
in-the proper position during
the transit of the Charles Li D.
and gave other testimony as to
th general Canal practices in
ship transits and the reasons to
Canal counsel' Theodore P.1)a
ly and Paul T." Dunn: are handling
tne case tor tne government.
Woodrow de Castro .is the local
attorney with Lonecooe. The lat.
te r plans to leave fir New York
Lawvers must now n r e s e n t
briefs in the case; and it will prob
ably be several months-"before it
comes up to the point of a dec!
Of Sfcaliriq Ring
Released On Bail
A. Panamanian crewman4, accus?
ed of stealing a $300 diamond ring
from a steward aboard the Grace
Uner Santa Luisa is at large today
under $250 bond.
A nrehminarv hearlne on
charge of grand larceny against
T,it A. P.olanco. 25. was held yes
terday in Balboa Magistrate's
The theft alledgedly occured on
or about Dec. 6 while the ship was
steaming between Lima, Peru and
Guayaquil,, Ecuador1. ,'.'
. The ring was recovered after
Polanco was : brought ashore and
anestioned- bv Balboa detectives
The defendant took it from his
shoe," saying he bad found it but
nobody aboard ship had reported
it loss. 1 V j
. .The complaining witness and
Owner of the ring is Richard Ed
wards. Jr. His testimony, was re
corded and he sailed aboard the
Prohshie cause was touna
p in t Polanco who Was bound
over for trial "In U.S. 'Dutrict
know the truth' and the'
PANAMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, 1958 ;
Wiseman; Brian uertaps,; me
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I CHRISTMAS 'CH'fiER I
I The choir and soloists of the
First Baptist Church will pre
sent tne annual ennstmas can
tata. "The etory of Christmas" by'
Matthews; on sanday evemn&.at
:30. Wtri. chufcH aucutttrium.
Mrs, Dorothy Chapman will be
directing tne choir ana Mrs. Dei Dei-mas
mas Dei-mas Swafford wlll.be at the or organ,,
gan,, organ,, p
The' cantata is m lour move
ments; starting' with the pro
phecy of Christ's coming It
moves through the vision of the
shepherd, the quest of the Magi,
and .closes' "with; the fulfillment
of the prdphecy.
Five soloists, and a quartet
will supplement the chorus of 22
voices presenting the musical.
The solos" will be sung by Mrs.
Mildred Hearne, Mrs. Doris Vlck Vlck-ers,
ers, Vlck-ers, Mr. Webb HeMne, Mr. Mike
Wilson, and, Gerald Carpenter:
The mlxejd, quartet Is composed
of : Harriet Serger, Dorothy
Chapman, John Nitz, and Prank'
O'Banlon. The community Is In-
vlted to participate In this an annual
nual annual musical event.
The Christmas Sunday morn
ing services at ft:20 and 10:40
will present the Christmas
theme lri sepnon as Pastor Wil William
liam William H. Beeby speaks on Luke,
Chapter., "The Greatest Night
of all the Years."
Both the adult choir and
chapel choir will be singing at
the 10:40 service; the adult choir
number will be "O Night of Ho Holy
ly Holy Memory." Mr. and Mrs. Webb
Hearne will sing "Christmas Lul
laby" at the B : 20 service. The
children's chapel service will
hear Robert Snyder in a Christ
mas message. Everyone is invit
ed to participate in the services.
J ill: U L il s 1
THE SIGN SPEAKS FOR ITSELF 'and that's no 8'no. When bigger artd. better snowmen are
made (even in the Tropics) the Engineers will build them.. This display was constructed by the
Engineer section, U.S Army Caribbean- School, Fort Oulick, : ; : (US-Army Photo)
country 1$ safe" Abraham Lincoln.
to the Holy Child Jesus. "From left
orator; t;nucK mils, a Wiseman;
Rainbow Cify High 1
rih,rfU.. iiii l
A program of Christmas music
to EE FJJJ
program will be under the direc
tion of Reginald prescott; ;
r Vocal solos will b sung, hy
Pauline" McFarlane,? Gllberto
Fernandez, Maria Roberts, and
Ann Archbold. Instrumental so
loists listed on the program are
and Edwin J osephs, saxophone,
The schodr orchestra will accom
pany the musical program.
Found In Rubble
Of Bogota Store
BOGOTA Colorflbia, Dee, 18"
fUPH The discovery' of a wom
an's body in th charred I rubble
of the Vida department store late
vesterdav increased the toll of
Tuesday's tragic fire to 83 dead,
sivtv-eicht women, most if them
Christmas shoppers, eight chil children
dren children and seven men perished m
the flames that raced through the
department store at the height of
the evening rush. '
The National Fire Protection
sociation announced in Boston,
Mass., that the blaze was the
most disastrous; department-store
fire listed in its records.
BUDAPEST (UPI) A Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian worker has been sentenced
to two years and eight months in
prison for cheating the state by
simulating the "perfeat madman"
for two years, the newspaper
Nepszaba said yesterday. Rob Robert
ert Robert Mauthner, 35, received some
$1,700 in sickness benefits. An in investigation
vestigation investigation showed, that he
learned what symptoms, to fake
during medical checkups.
to right are Ft. oulick Nur-
connie sarnew, trie virgin
(UB. Army Photo)
9ft Hks Club
- Tha-'Modera. Art -Glee Club an-
w fh. .4iMu. .u ur.i...
i30 P.m., on Sunday,. - 7,
The group will offer an enlov-
able :) Sunday afternoon, with a
well balanced program. It consists
of popular Christmas carols, some
of, the less-familiar onea and se
In addition to the choral singing,
several artists will be featured
suci as Vernon Cox, tenor; Felicia
Tc'Manu, soprano Seth Rose, pinn-
1 t; Guille o Lopez baritone and
Tickets can be obtained from
Ealters; the president, Alberto
Smith: Leroy Rogers, public rela?
tion secretary or any member
of the Glee Club. An invitation is
extended to the general public.
Of Retired Workers
The body of Pvt. Ernest R. Mur Murphy
phy Murphy is expected to leave the Can Canal
al Canal jZone, by air tomorrow morning
for, funeral services and burial in
the United States. Pvt. Murphy,
21, was killed Monday afternoon
when the truck in which he was
riding overturned while making a
turn in. loose gravel,in Chiva Chi Chi-va
va Chi-va trail.
wThe son of Mrs. Jessie Brock
of Lakewood, Atlanta, Georgia,
He was assigned to Headquarters
Company, 1st Battle Groups, 20th
Infantry, Fort Kobbe, and had
been in the Canal Zine since Dec.
Sp. 4 Gilbert D. Washburn, also
of Headquarters Company, will
escort. the body: to the States.
. Two others soldiers who were
In the vehicle were not -iniured.
A third was hospitalized for ob observation
servation observation for hoek but was re released
leased released Tuesday.
330 Family Units
For Pacific Side;
Work Starts Soon
A contract for a $5,500,000 Army housing project for.
the Ciinal Zone will be let in Washington during the next
few doys it was confirmed today, :
It wi! provide for 330 family unit; to be ( occupied
bpth by members of the armed services and by civilian
employes.- v.. v,i-:. , 0,,:,.-,:
The housing' will be built as a so called "Capehart
proyect" similar to many being built elsewhere under
Congress! nal duthoriiation for a program initiated by
Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R.-fnf.).
Construction will begin next month on units at Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. Ft. Clayton, Corozal, Ft. Amador and Quarry
Repreisentatives of the Federal
Housing Administration and the
Department of the Army are ex expected
pected expected to be present in Washing-,
ton: for""the. fiontfsie' closing, a
spokesman fot the United States
Army Caribbean aaid.
, Numbers ef firms are under
steed te have bid on the ob, In In-cludint
cludint In-cludint e ve r I centraetinf
firmf-.frem the United States.
The wet about of th contract
estimated 'at'aroflnd jmjm.
All ef the heinind "units Witt
All a a .i.. .t.kra'i 1
be twe-familyf except ttbeie at
Quarry Heighte. At that pot,
because ef a shortage ef space,
the quarters wilt, be four-famU,
Quietly To Panama
From Buenos Aires
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Two-time former President T)f:
Arnulfo Arias early today sent
"greetings'" to his countrymen
and announced ; that he was
"hannv to be back In his home
land,1' shortly after he stepped
off a plane at Tocumen airport.
There was no large crowd to
meet him as he returned to Pan Panama
ama Panama after a stay of several
months In Argentina, because
Aria, onlv notified two or three
of his friends of the date of his
Members of the Panamenlsta
Party, which Arias heads, had
reportedly planned to hold a
huge welcome demonstration for
him on his Teturn.
However, the Panamenlsta
leader apparently, preferred to
return quietly. Nonetheless, the
tabloid daily La Hora today spe.
culated on the possibility that
Arias not only intends to resume
hljt activities as a' coffee grower
but also as a politician.
Arias was divested of his poli political.
tical. political. rights in 1931 following his
second Presidential overthrow
and his "trial" by the National
Assembly Since then neither he
nor his followers have actively
participated In any presidential
Reports following Arias' trip
to Buenos Aires had indicated
that nlans for the welcome dem demonstration
onstration demonstration had Included a rally
outside the National Assembly at
which the Panamen Mm would
demand the return of their lead,
er's political rights.
Former T7 Emoioye
Allen G. Tuttle Tuttle-Dies
Dies Tuttle-Dies In California
News has been received on the
Isthmus of the death Dec. S of Al Allen
len Allen G. Turtle, former employe
of the Navigation Division, who
was retired from service last Dec.
He was 54 years old.
Mrs. Turtle died In Pomona Calif,
where he and his wife hsve been
making their home since they left
the Isthmus last year.
Mrs. Tuttle was-born in Reral,
Mont.' He came to the Canal Zone
in 1940 and was employed by the
Motor Transportation Division in
Cristobal. He was transferred to
the Marine Bureau in 1952 and was
a mo tor boat maintenance mecha mechanic
nic mechanic in the Navigation Division at
the time of his retirement
The number of units projected
for each post follows:
Su"rrjr Heint. 1 units:'
, At Ft.. Claytonr 130 units!
. At Curundu 100 unlti and
At Corozal. Sl'iinif.
The exact date during Januarf
for starting work will be deter determined
mined determined in Washington at the con contract
tract contract closing. u
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A warnintf ieaint th ifindra
lurking, in the souvenir iwiizia
sticks purchased bv manv Cnl
residents in Port-au-Jprince Haiti
was issued this week by the Can Canal
al Canal jzone Health Bureau. i
Th warning called attention to
n announcement made recently
by the U. S. Public Health Serv.
ice ifter the swizzle, sacks had
deen tested at the U.S. Occupa.
tipnal Laboratory An Cincinnati,
The tests revealed lhat both the -swizzle
doll heads, made of cash cashew
ew cashew shells, and the eyes, fited
with jequinty beans, contain a
toxic agent which could be quita
serious to allergic persons. The
beans the report said, could be
str to small children if they are
taken By mouth,
. The Haitian Public Health Serv Service
ice Service has confiscated ail the swizzle
sticks made of these two itemn m
Han, but it is not known how ma many
ny many have slipped by the inspectors
and may be in the hands of travel,
ers from Haiti.
Since Panama Line ships make
regular stops at Haiti, it is pos possible
sible possible that many Isthmian resi
dents have purchased the souve souvenirs
nirs souvenirs in the past and may still have
them in their possession.
The swizzle sticks in question
hsve doll heads made of cashew
shells that are toughly carved to
resumble human heads. They wert
often sold as ornaments on souve souvenir
nir souvenir hats as well Is separately.
Can Cross Isthmus
On Special Trains
Holiday merrymakers who
would rather catch a mldnigat
train than arive across the is.J is.J-mus
mus is.J-mus late at night are having train
schedules tailored-to-order for the
Fast midnight trains will leave
Panama and Colon on Friday,
Saturday, and 'Sunday nights of
tne u ee coming weekenas, it was
announced by the Railroad Divi Divi-sion.
sion. Divi-sion. The trains will originate at
Panama and Colon and will make
stops at Balboa and Mount Hopa.
Stops wdl be male at intermediate
stations only for passengers who j
wi h, to board or leave ine train. .,
According to tha schedule
nounced by th Panama Railroad,
he special train service will atari
omorrow with; a train departing
from Colon station at midnight
and another train leaving Panama
station, at 12:10- am..rWi?5. ?'.
This special service Is schedut
ed, in -'addition, for the nights ot.
Dec. 20, 21, 26, 2? and 28; During
the New Years' weekend, trains :,
.will cross the Isthmus on the mid-
night run Jan. 2, 3 and 4. f
Coaches will carry first and se
cond class passengers at the r-
FAG1 TWO V
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.THURSDAY, DECEMBER lg, 1951
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI KIADtRS OWN COIUMN
The Mail Isx it an bp Urum fr raaa'an of Tha Panama Amarican.
Lcttan ara aacarvaa frata fully and ara kandUd in a whslly canfiaanlial
If yoB Mntrfbutt a letttr don't be impatiant if it rfoatn t appatr tha
wait 4y. Latttra ara ubltihea' in tha arier rtiv
Pleas try ta kaap tha letttn limitaa ta ena ptaa Isnath.
Mantiry tartar writart h Mi m ttrictBtt canfiaanca.
Tltii nawapaper auumsi na rcipeniibility far ttatamanti ar epiniom
exprattaa' in lattert fram raadan.
THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
niH Jack Frost covered all the state this morning except the
citrus ueu in lue wwer rtiu oianue Valley, ana jt too a lew low
ciouub io save luat. ,
Une deer staoii ends with the year and has passed the record
of fat uucks. rank got our auppiy the second aay, lNov. 17. He got
a four point buea, a Hundred pounds dressed, and very fat.
Want to thank the ttinkle lamily lor the many clippings and
keeping me so well iniormed. and Mae Lewis of Cerro Punta tor the
nice travelog. Hope to see her next year. To see the horns in the
Buckhorn is wortn the trip.
My touch writing will be short, for, I am trying to-savi s my eyes.
Pop W right.
t h.v. nv(! in the Paitilla residential area for several years
and own some quite expensive radio equipment which represnts an
Investment of several thousand dollars. This equipment. is quite use useless
less useless between December and May due to the terrific power line induc induction
tion induction in that area. It is an AC growl that eliminates all possibility of
reception; and it definitely originates from the power lines. In other
words I can't blame my own or my neighbors' electrical appliances.
Appeals have been made through the right channels, only to be
met with a smile and a shrug.
As I own my own house, I would hardly care to move to some
other area. ...... t
During the rainy season, there is no trouble but come Decem December
ber December and the best period of the year for radio reception, we have to
turn the- switch off. Do you suppose some power company official
could do something ,for us to clear up this annoying situation? After
all we do pay bur power bill and a hefty one at that.
CHRISTMAS LETTER. TO SANDY CLAUS
Christmas is gonna' come again
like it do once every year
and Sandy Claus will be around
with lots an' lots o' cheer.
So t'other night I got to Ihinkin'
about the things he brings
an' decided I'd write that Mister Claus
an' suggest a few new things.
Dear Sandy Claus: (I writ)
I ain't much used to writhv
but if you could it would be good
if you'd stop the world from fighthV.
And them auto wrecks what tir in't meant
but cost so much each year ?
iri human life and dollars' and cents,
ays Claus, could you make it clear?
To them what drink, in' them what spetd
an' them whafi neg-U-knt
thpUkw peed an care-less-nesa
' 'jffiifa thBJ,fTaeyardentv
Antf I'd like to see that divorct rata eut,
it's pretty high you know,
it's a national shame, makes a bad nam
to have poor morals' how. ,t C
And another thing, Mister Cltuj .inend, .
wiah 'you'd take ax look ,VfSiVl:':'i'.---;-tf-Vhat
this here' income tax'- '?mf&t i
tan do to my pocket book. p.
Nov I think a lot o' Uncle Sam,
guess he's fair as he ran be:
but; Sandy Claus, I'm tellin' you
this taxis breakin' me. .'
Please Sir, when you go through Wash-tng-ton ; f
with your sled and deer and packs"
tell them we folks would like a lower
dad-gum income tax.
And the house rent is too durn high
an' I reckon we folks Would like it
If them house rent men would lower it then ;
'stead o' tryin' so hard to hike it.
And something else I'd like to see
is the price o' grub go down.
I allow as how the cost o' chow
can make a dead man frown.
Then next on the list I'll put like this:
Mister Claus. it would be nice
if you could get them auto men
to lower their dawgone price.
Now one mora thing what you can bring
before I sign yours truly,
bring a mite o' prayer for delinquent kids
to be much less unruly.
I reckon maybe they're kinda' like
a herd o' motherless colts.
Forsaken, confused, feeling abused,
really too soft for life's hard jolts.
Well, this is all I got to put
in this here Christmas letter,
just these few things will be enough
to make this Christmas better. ...
0. L. (Lon) Reedy.
By VICTOR RIESEL
Jim Hoffa, high cockalorum o!
the Teamsters,, will be given three
or four months in wtuen to clea.
up his union or positively face re removal
moval removal by the Feueral courts, this
column has learned from the most
authoritative -judicial circles.
Should that happen, the Feder Federal
al Federal bench will dramatically use a
score of legal precedents and ap
point several trusiees to run tne
sprawling $37,000,000 transporta transportation
tion transportation union.
Unless such a decision is void-.
ed by the Supreme Court, ine
trustees could govern the union
for as long as five years, it was
said. These trustees would, in
turn, appoint auditors, investiga investigators
tors investigators and regional trustees to re
vamp and monitor most of the u u-nion
nion u-nion s 900 locals as well as the
huge marble national headquart
Thus, long after even the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan folds up its witness chair
and recedes into history, the gov government
ernment government will be riding herd on
the Teamsters if there is no
This dramatic clash between
the courts and the cocky Jim Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa might not have come about had
ha not convinced a weary Wash Washington
ington Washington officialdom that he was
giving the rest of the world just
nours to get out. Hoffa seems
to have been pushing for the show
down. He has it now.
Strangely, this may not have
been his intention at all. He mav
simply have hoisted himself on his
own well-placed petards well well-placed
placed well-placed by a public relations brain brain-trust
trust brain-trust which would make Madison
Ave's gray-flannel hucksters turn
greed with envy.
It is accurate to report that
Hoffa's public relations technique
is, and has been, to get himself
denounced as a "labor boss"
reaching beyond the horizons for
power with the regularity of a Ca Canaveral
naveral Canaveral rocket thrust.
This is not as mad as it sounds.
Hoffa and his colleagues have a a-greed
greed a-greed that it is far better for him
to be denounced as a power-hum
gry militant union chief than as
tne leader of a union invaded by
me rougnesi, most corrupt under underworld
world underworld forces.
Thus, in less than a year the
top Teamter has been critieizeTd
for building an empire through al alliances
liances alliances with -a score of other u u-nions.
nions. u-nions. He has been excoriated for
seeking to control all transport on
una, on sea ana in the air,
He nas been accused of throw-
X rg i22" !B however, there may be months of
' ..w.Mfc i u no ULf
London buses and docks.. And
Si fcV o. ,A.
y DREW PSARSON
NEA Sahica, Inc.
Walter Wincheli In NewYork
The lamplighters of Broadway
spelled out another Rodgers and
Hammerstein show this week,
"The Flower Drum Song.' Their
music and magic are the happy
consequence of unsualy working
habits. In patenting a show, each
works at his own home, jniles
apart, communicating by mail or
phone. Hammerstein toils long r.nd
hard on the lyrics. Rodgers dashes
off melodies in bing-bang fashion.
Rodgers was once asked how long
it took to .write "Younger Than
Springtime.' He replied: How
long does it take to play, it?" He ad
ded: "Bahind the actual writing
now even oresidenhal Hvior
publicly blister him for seeking to
I control, through the Teamsters u-
ljuoii, me ponce Trad firemen pfi
weawna. JL-eok 'closely at this lat-
test move bv Hoffa. H hit h.
front pages and the radio and TV
networks by simply announcing a
drive to unionize civil servants.
tie and his executive board know
they have no place to go on this
Back In 1956. Dave RppIt u
ed a similar "drivo" nH i.il-
pfthrowing every penny of the
I ,1M,.Ma n AAA AAA
uuivu a f,mi,wu mio tne cam campaign.
paign. campaign. It froze. Everybody foreot.
Where could such a drive go?
There are. for exam nip nm im.
000 firemen in the countrv. Of
these, '90,000 are members of the
40-year-old AFL-Cio inta
Assn. of Fire Fiehters. led hv
retired St. Louis fire captain, Bill
He isn't even disturbed bv the
announcement.-The morning Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa a itory brdke, Bill Buck paid
more attention .to Archie Moore's
ring ; vfctory than Hoffa's oro.
nouncement. The 10,000 non-union
firemen are in departments with
less than seven men each and ar
actually too widespread to be u-nionized.
As for the nation' ?in nnn
lice.vthe Sunreme Court h'a nw
that local laws prohibiting their
unionization are valid. Leroy Wike
head of the International Assn. of
I am not a frequent visitor to the commissary, as my wife
does all the shopping. But she compelled me to visit tne raraiso
annex this week, and the display and decorations that met my
eye upon entering the place surely made me feel that Christmas
Is here. Whoever Is responsible for the display, should be4 com commended.
mended. commended. I am not alone in thinking this. The display is the
talk of our town. I have read and heard about so many sugges suggestion
tion suggestion awards that this achievement surely rates some recogni recognition.
tion. recognition. I hope the commissary officials will see that it la not
studying the background of the
Jed: "Behind the actual writing
play, Of saying in music what tne
merstein ha pointed out: "In our
fiollaboratioib :Mr. Rodgers and I
have no dentine policy ex-cept one
t)f complete flexibility. Ti get a-
long in the theatre you must en enjoy
joy enjoy working side by side with other
people. You cannot get away from
the collaboration, the convergence
of all the different talents and an
audience. I'm in love with a won wonderful
derful wonderful theatre. ;
The development of human des destinies
tinies destinies is a fascinating plot replete
with suspenseful expectancy of
unforeseen events, intensified by
countless dramatic ironies. .We
Chiefs of Police, tells me that on only
ly only in Wisconsin do the State Po Police
lice Police have a union. There also
are local unions in some 44 com communities
munities communities which have not challeng challenged
ed challenged their existence. That's the
score, though, the AFL-CIO has
been trying for. years,;
The new Teamster announcement
is a publicity gimmick. The drive
will never, really ,get off the
ground. But through the maneuv maneuver
er maneuver Hoffa shows great daring and
gives the impression that he is
being probed' because he is the
great defender of the proletariat.
It Woa't help. The courts Want
him tp clean up the mess the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan Committee has uncovered.
And in three to four months.
and it's made by Zeiss Ikon..,
In view of backlog In car inspections In Panama, I submit
the following suggestions in an effort to alleviate the burden
for all concerned:
Army. Navy and Air Force personnel who drive to work on
military posts must have their cars insured and Inspected before
a post pass is issued for the car. I suggest the Ouardla Naeional
. accept the above Inspection as adequate and simply stamp the
current year car registration certificate to that effect. The
present inspection charge of 75 cents could continue to be col col-fected
fected col-fected for this service to preclude loss of revenue to the govern-
ment. The same procedure could be followed for mid-year in.
!2pectlon in July.
Another method would be to exempt from Inspection all cars
ws than two year old. It is unlikely that cara ot this age are
dangerous driving condition. The 75 cents aervice charge
.ouM be collected for, approving: the registration certificate as
-'utllned above. .. i; -.
r The above suggestions should not be construed to be other
i than a plan to relieve the car inspection problem of several hun
dred car inspections. ---
Most datlitd 3Smn
are now in the midst of an F. Scott
Fitzgerald renaissance. The novels
ist .who flamed, during the 20s is
the subject for several recent books
numerous mag essays and the dra drama,
ma, drama, "The Disenchanted" which
opens in a few days.. .Fitzgerald's
life had all the dramatic impact
of his novels. Physical and emo
tional problems made it almost
impossible for him to write dur during
ing during his final agonizing years. Bit
ter and frustrated, he would stop
strangers and scream at them..
"Don't you know me? I'm F.
Scott Fitzgerald. You've read my
books. Remember?". ..He passed
broken in mind and spirit be
lieveing he had been forgotten
And now he is being remember remembered.
ed. remembered. Midas is co-starring with John
Wayne. The star's fee for his up upcoming,
coming, upcoming, movie, "The Horse Soldi
ers,' it has been disclosed, ir $750.
show season. The dramtist, who
ls-78, retains an enormous zest tor
living In his autobig, he summed
up bis personal pnUosophy In three
words: "Hurrah for life." O'Casey
added. "Isn't everybody hurrah
ing ior me? what are we going
to do without it?" Although he is
one oi the playwriting titans, 0 0-Casey
Casey 0-Casey was: a Door man until now.
The royaltiesjrom his current dra dramas
mas dramas will make him rieher. It was
O Casey who coined the line a
dopted by many comics: "Money
isn't everything, but it's gbod for
, The spotlight magnifies and dis
torts and the people involved
become victims of its exaffeera
tion. Debbie Reynolds goes danc dancing
ing dancing with Jacques Bergerac and it
draws almost as much newspaper
space as the Berlin crisis. The
exaggeration of Hollywood life is
grapmcauy mustratea by a, yarn
000 plus 20 percent of the profits, i in Motion Picture mag. , Shortly
ii ine turn roils up tne customary Deiore ueDDie ana JfcJddie' were
Wayne, movie gross, he will eol- married, she asked him for an oil
led over $3 million. .Wayne dis- well as a wedding gift. Fisher ask-
penses with Tall Forehead expln- ed: "What for?" Debbie explain explain-nations
nations explain-nations of his acting ability. He dc-' ed: "Everybody's getting oil wells
dares: "I don't act. I react. I for wedding presents these days."
got notnm' to sen but sincerity t
and I've been sellin' it like blazes Civilization is in the midst of a
ever since I started."
When arked to explain the suc success
cess success of his flickers, Wayne casually
observed: "Everybody loves a hero."
.grave crisis. Scientists are reach reaching
ing reaching for the moon, add tyrants are
planning to send the world to hell.
And in Washington they are con
centrating on defense economy
i Dr. Warnher von Braun. the ni
Uion's top rocket scientist, recently
warned: "Development of large
foundry emotional epifode, these b; rm"" "hu" ,s
That shoestring could become
A bit of soaring poetry, the tin
kle of a lovely ballad, a pro
. HUKTSVILLi;,-Al;rw: If!- you
want to See what rockets and sat satellites
ellites satellites 'are doing r to the JtJnited
States on the positive side, come
down to this .onetime crossroads
among Alabama cotton fields now
callea Rocket City; USA. Some
even call it the "space capital ot
the world." : V
Whatever' you want to call it,
Huntsville in 1950' had a popula-'
tion of 16,472.' Today its; popuia-
Uon U 68,000.-j -
Mayor R. It .Searcy calls, It
the 1 "growingest" city in the
world, which is probably 1 true;
while the citizens- who elect nim
call Searcy the "digginest ". may
or in the world.. They refer to the
fact that the mayor is unaer con constant
stant constant com pulsion to bulldoze old
cotton fields into new highways
or dig up o'd highways for the
sewer lines. s ".
Says Sen. John Soarkman 'who
lives in Huntsville: "this Uowh
baa built 37 new churches and. 105
new classrooms in the last three
or four years; There are 60 more
under construction. Internal -Reve
nue collectors inform1 m that
the Redstone Arsenal has the
largest payroll in the state,".. --
Ten years ago cotton! f'elds
came right up to within a lew
blocks of Huntsville's main street.
Today king"otton has retreated
oetore long rows -of housing proj projects
ects projects and factories
The v roll call of Industries
industrial directory Chrysler.
Thiokol, Warrior Tool and Engi Engineering,
neering, Engineering, Brown Engineering,' Red-1
stone Machine and Tool; Diversey
Consultants. General Electric.
Rohm and Haas Chemical,. Rock-
etdyne i Division? of JJorth Ameri
These plants, plus the Army ar arsenal,
senal, arsenal, are why Huntsville has be become
come become the "growingest" city in the
world, and why R. B. Searcy has
become the ''digginest" mayor.
GERMANY IN ALABAMA
'"'- f. i'rti: ":.
On a ridge outside Huntsville
is a colony of 300 scientists who
helped build the first buzi-bombs
which so terrorized London during
the closing days of the war and
might have knocked England out
ot tne war if they had been devel developed
oped developed earlier. -Headed
by Dr. Wernher Von
Braun, the scientists came to. the
United States after V-E day as
guests' of the U.S. Army and have
been here ever since.
Though President, Eisenhower
once stated that the majority ot
the German scientists were pick picked
ed picked no by the- Russians arid thus
Russia got the benefit of their
brains, actually-Braun states the
contrary. Most of the German, sci
entists, he says, caihe to the,,U
iy o Deing- cauea trerfflan,;renvJ
onstratea aeputy commander Brig.
Gen. J.: M, Colby when I used that
term. "They tell me, 'You were
born in this country by accident.
But we chose it. We are Ameri Americans
cans Americans and we want to be called A A-mericans.'
FEAR IN THE SOUTH
Two of the best members of the
U.S. Senate, Lister Hill and John
Sparkman of Alabama, have been
so cowed by the North-South race
issue that' they are flirting with
Sam Englehardt, president of tht
none viuzazns councils. s 1
',. Engelhardt is a big. olantation
owner who .-employs ticween -' -00
and 300 Negroes, and li active
both in the Wh.te Cituens uun- v
cils and in the conservative wins
of the Democratic party. He Jed
the recent drive to' take Control
of the .Democratic party machine-
ry away from loyalist-moderates.'
' With him are aligned Earl Mc- 1
Gowin. v.ce Dresident of th W.
T. Smith Lumber Company, vona ;
or me mggest in tne south;- also
John Curry f vice president of the
xirst Rational Bank of ; Monteo-
mery. Most of this group i voed
Kepublican in both 1952 -and.l!)5G.-,
' While-1. t. e' re not hanov vpf
Ike'a sending of troop mto L.le ',
kock, they are still against be
Democrats who supported Steven-" i
son. Sparkman not only; remain
edvloyjil to Stevenson both years
but in 1952 served as' his vice- -presidential
Hill and Sparkman have always
voted with the 'South' on raciaj .,
matters but have never' engaged
In rabble-rousing." 4
Now the issue has 'become so
hot that; fearful for iheir poliUe poliUe-al
al poliUe-al futures, they have been flirting ',
with the idea of making Sam En Engelhardt
gelhardt Engelhardt the? new chairman of the .'
Democratic Ststte Committee. )
The, experts in Huntsville were
not surprised when President F-i-
sennower aid not Tefute-i Premier
Kbrushc) ev's -Statement n Son'
Hubert Hpmphrey, of Minnesota
mat nussia oaa a onmstic mis missile
sile missile with aft 8700-mile, range.
The 1 book -"USA -Second Class
Power," points out that Washing-
ton knew in May 1956 that the So Soviets
viets Soviets had fired an intercontinen-
tal ballistic missile '.'front Kolguev
rsland to the Sea of Okhotsk, a
distance of 4500 miles." Despite
this, budget cutting continued.
The fact that rRussia has now
almost, doubled the 4500 range
came as no great surprise, hut
what did cause surpr,'$e was El Elsenhower's
senhower's Elsenhower's sharp rejection of the
report; that Russia now has an at-omlc-powere-J
For the first hints that Russia
might be pulling ahead of us in
atomic aircraft research were con contained
tained contained In Russian scientific docu docu-menti
menti docu-menti translated last winter and
placed on the, Presidentt's desk
at that time. The Air Force also
at that 'timr -urged a crash pro
gram which would have put an
atomiO 'UifS.'pUn in' the skies by
Preside W Eisenhower, however,
said rio.' He made his neeative d-ision-rstrMarch
and ; stuck
by it, despite repeated urgingj
that we' might fall-behind! Russia.
Insteadlie' approve'd.; leisurely
program -which wduld'ot;iroduc'e
ah atomleplane for threa or mora
years. -i t- -i
This may have been the Teason
he' was so loath to admit reoorta
that Russia has bow forged ar ar-head
head ar-head of the United States with aa
atomic-powered plane. v vV
TO BUILD MAGNET
MOSCOW (tJPl) The Soviet
Union is going to build a super
electro-magnet in the Georgian
Republic for advanced cosmic
ray studies, Tags news agency
are the ingredients which have gi
ven tne tneatre much of Us vi vitality
tality vitality and endurance. .There arc
other qualities, too Playwright
Elmer Rice, whose "Cue for Pas Passion"
sion" Passion" opened last week, has ac accurately
curately accurately analyzed the source of the
theatre's constant lure;
theatre is indestructible. Fantasy
is too deeply rooted to be eradic eradicated.
ated. eradicated. So long as people cpntln je to
dream and to dramatize themselve
there will be theatre.'
I a noose.
The iigsaw of glorv often In Includes
cludes Includes fragments of failure. It was
a floD that helped attract Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's attention to Grace Kelly.
She was one of the-supporting play players
ers players in "The Father," a Broadway
drama which wag' a swift humpty humpty-dumpty.
dumpty. humpty-dumpty. She then-appeared in a
fUnutitled "Furteen Hours." which
lost aVlhilion dollars. She eventuali
iy graced, the Oscar-bearing "High
Noon" movie. However, 'she con considered
sidered considered her contribution so tneot,
she temoorsrily renounced Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and fled to New York. Out
of thi record of' failure came an
epic success story of a girl whose
blue-eyed stardust captivated pea peasants
sants peasants and conquered a Prince.
Harry (Parkyakarkus) Ein Ein-tein's
tein's Ein-tein's sudden and shocking death
after entertaining a group of show
folks has a tinge of Irony. He once
said: "I enjoy being a comic.
Laughter is a wonderful thing. You
cannot' do more than make people
Jose Ferer's portrayal of "Ed "Edwin
win "Edwin Booth" recaptures the high highlights
lights highlights of the great thespian's ca career.
reer. career. Booth, who had fO much
personal torment and professional
success, is still considered the fin finest
est finest actor who ever ignited a stage,
Oddly; he had no great desire to
be an actor. He once confessed:
"Had nature fitted Vn for any olhi
er calling. I should never have
chosen the stage; were I able to
employ my thoughts and labor In
any other field I would gladly turn
my back on- the theatre forevw.
Acting is the tfk of a fool who
fools otheri." Incidentally he said
that his. most difficult acting as assignment
signment assignment was trying to satisfy a
director who -wanted him to walk
on stage "looking like he had Just
swallowed a cup of tea.V,
After Booth passed, an editor
wrote: ."There are no more ac ac-torsi"
torsi" ac-torsi" . -,
Playwright Sean O'Casey '"Cook
a-Doodle Dandy" and "Shadow of
Tyrone Power, who scaled Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's golden pinnacles, was more
fascinated by Broadway's nenn
The: hills. Several months ago, he
expressed his passion for the thea theatre:
tre: theatre: "Itomina, my oldest daugher,
already knows her way around the
theatre. Not the baby.tThis is silly,
I suppose, but I can't wait 1o get
her reaction to the theatre Espe Especially
cially Especially when I open the stage door,
take her by the hand and lead her
If ever there was a romance romance-there's
there's romance-there's a mag's breathless eport
that Marilyn Monroe calls Arthur
Miller'popsie-wopsie" and he calls
H SSi BAK: NEWSPAPER
SAKABTA, Indonesia (UPI)
The English-language Daily Times
of Indonesia has been banned for
an indefinite period because of an
article considered "harmful to the
good name of the country' the
Jakarta Military command an announced
nounced announced yesterday. The announce announcement
ment announcement said the ban wen into e'fect
Saturday but did not identify the
offending article. )
EXTEND STATE OF WAR
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI)
The Indonesian- Parliament yester
day approved a bi'l extending the
nation's "state of wair" for a
year. The state of war originally
was proclaimed by President Su Sukarno
karno Sukarno In a decree six months o
in the wake of rebellions on Su Sumatra.
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White Christmas No -Dream
In Oswego; Enough Is Enough
OSWEGO. N.Y. OJPI)-No oo
her is dreaming ci a white
WKfa aearly eeasM i worm t
now alreadx m the ground all
the -melodic aentimentaUty la the
world would have t hard time
gettkg anyone to. wuh for any
more, me u-incnei 01 now oe-,
gah falling on Dec. 7.
For a., while it brought normal
life to 'a itandstiU in thia northern
New York community. And al
though normalcy u slowing re-J
turning it will be a kmg nme be before,
fore, before, any one will forger this par particular
ticular particular December 7 and ita aft aftermath.
The snow. iiled lntohuee drifts
by winds and packed into solid
walls 15 .feet high by plows,
brought hardship and some dan
cer to the 23,000 residents of tnis
community at the southeastern
bend of Lata Ontario. But no real
Despite tne tone of snow wnicn
tell between Sunday and Thurs
day,' all but the sick or elderly
managed to get m and out of their
homes with little trouble. Food
and supplies were; available It
was just a little more difficult
than usual to set them.
Until tne end of vat week, for
example, there was virtually no
passenger car travel. But anyone
wno wantea loan couia get n oy
trudeine waist-deep throueh the
now to the city's main business
Police, Red Gross and civil defense-personnel
were kept busy
bringing supplies to people who
could not get out for them. While
many neiehbornood srocery stores
had to close because of a lack wf
deliveries, supermarkets in the
downtown section operated ai
usual .- s
A tavern-owner reported that a)'
me neignt ot tne snow sieee.
"business wss twice as good, as
any warm summer day." He at attributed
tributed attributed his food fortune to the
fact that his was one of the few
establishments in the area which
kept a path open from the street.
where pedestrians found it easier
going than on the walks to his
Although many industries were
shuttered, along with all schools
in the city, the snow provided
work lor many, police and fire
men were kept busy directing
emergency service for It to 20
hours a day. And the regional un
employment office channeled job
less workers to snow shoveling
cnores ec sz an nour.
It's hard to estimate the cost
of the storm to the city. Mayor
Vincent Corsall Monday night
asked the Common Council for an
extra $20,000 to help handle the
WANTED: OLD PARROT
NORWICH, England (UPI)-The
local theater company advertised
today for an OLD parrot to Iplay
a role in "Treasure Island".
"No young parrots need apply,
since the young ones only peck
at strangers' ears and repeat
everything they hear," said pro production
duction production manager Gerald Batty.
AWARDED DIPLOIVIAS These members of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Group, loth Infantry, Fort
fCobbe- were 'awaraeu nign sviiuui unmmi::m vciuivaj, nvcy mucu iv vj vv cuu-
cation' Center where many men of the unit are engaged in off duty study. Left to right ar Bp4 Clydt Brokaw, Pf o. Arthur
Shelton, Bp5 .Henry ,Hlldreth, Pvt. Efern Cruz and Pvt. Harold Kuelbs (U.S. Army Photo) ;
To Ties With USSR
' HTrt.'Tir JANEIRO. Dec. 18 -r
(TJPI) -Danilo Nunes, chief of
Brazil's political police, has urg urged
ed urged the government to insure ade ade-nuata
nuata ade-nuata nrntortinn for democracy .be
fore it considers ,the renewal of
diplomatic relations with Russia.
jit. hM in ineech to the
chamber of commerce last night
t"t new laws sre urgently need need-mA
mA need-mA mnnWi the BraziliStt DO-
lice- to deal effectively, with' Sub
versivei. v 1
w .aid r1ons which maintain
relations .with, Russia jtocluding
' fi, riTnft1 tM hive iMlif a
high"' priee' for ( the admission" & J
Soviet agents wsgmsea as aipw aipw-mats,
mats, aipw-mats, In some cases, Nunes said,
the -price had .been their Inde Independence
pendence Independence ; -
tJndef present fawf,NjinM,!!L
fhe poliee are powerless to eope
'with the Reds, who he said have
infiltrated the government and the
labor unions in an effort to de destroy
stroy destroy -democracy in Brazils
Chamber f. Commerce -president
Ruy Gomes Almeida indorsed Nu Nunes.
nes. Nunes. 'remarks. Gomes urged Bra-
rilian officials and businessmen to
think twice before they aecept
current. Soviet offers.
To Give Christmas
Treat On Saturday
of Pueblo Nuevo, will be host to
approximately 250 children of Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nnevo,- Juan Diaz and Rio A A-fcajo?
fcajo? A-fcajo? Saturday during, the annual
Christmas treat, on the church
.', ? !.; ... '.-
Tntninenctne-at 4:30 P.m. HlS
ofcllriren will assemble and the
"Christmas 'Story wilL. be -told
to them by one of the adult mem
hr nf the Sunday School.
-There will be gsmes, songs, la la-r
r la-r ffiftj. and refreshments.
On Sundaythere' will be? the
sual ?:30 a.m. Sunday School (for
all i ages 11 a.m. Morning Wor Wor-.
. Wor-. ship: '5 p;m. Christmas Programi
6 p.m. B.T.U. and T:30 'p.m
On Monday night ie cnlldran
of the Sunday School -wui. stage
The Christmas Story'V
The- proeram starts at 7:58
Arrested On Charge
Of Murdering Father
5 V '1
DEOHAM, Mass. (UPI)-Isabel
Russell; depression era debutante
and onetime '-mental paueni, was
arrested on a murder charge
xeserriav in the mysterious La
bor Dav" dpath of her elderly fa-
1 -J K.....l.i1n.t(.1
tirst Democrauc governor.
VriWcM .eharced the 48-year r old
socialite aUeitedly ,.'did assault
and bear her i insurance-, broker
father who .died of, an "aeute
crushed .ehest." Her ather, Jo
seph Ballister -, RusselL 74. was
found dead foutside ,; Jus p 1 H
!wstwoo4,Jhomo, T '
The short. stocky worn an,
Hostoiv debutante of 26 years ago.
appeared red-eyed and squinting
when orongnt nere wr ..arraiaT.
nent. No plea was .taken and
Dedham District Court Judge Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Cox continued the ease until
Dec, 3L -Mit Russell was hold
1 Judge Cox denied request oy
defense counsel Daniel J. Daley
for an immediate committement
for mental observation. It was
understood, Daley 1 would seek an
earlier date for arraignment after
arranrmg for promp superiof'
jcourt action., ;
" Attv Richard Vhr RuseB of
Boston,- cousin of the dead man
and executor ot nis estate, pieaa pieaa-ed
ed pieaa-ed at the bench conference with
Judge Cox for an immediate com
mittment for. observation.
You would do.- irreparaDio
damage by holding ) her, your
honor. There is -a history of pro prolonged
longed prolonged and repeated mental ill illness.
ness. illness. You will see for yourself
when you. bring her in, Russell
At this point : Miss Russell was
brought in, guided by a matron
and court omcer. The Boston
socialite squinted violently and
appearea to. nave oeen crying.
Miss Russell's shoulder-length
graying hair hung straight down,
falling ver .black cloth over-
When she heard the clerk of the
court announce -the ease was to
oe' eononuea witnout oau. miss
Russell eried out: "What does it
men? I don't tea what it
She repeated the -Question -over
and over as she was led to her
Norfolk County jail eeu. -.
nussei, nephew of the lae
Gov.. William Eu Russell (1891-'
1894), was found clad in his pa pajamas
jamas pajamas in the bushea of the drive driveway
way driveway of his suburban Boston home.
At first police theorized he might
have fallen from a window
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CADET PFC. DUNCAN BROWN receives the Outstanding Cadet Award from Brig. Gen. Milton Ogden at a recent review In
Ogderi'g honor by the Balboa High school unit of the Canal Zone ROTC. Brown's award was for the period Oct. 20TDec. 5.
In th picture (left to right) are Maj. R. N. Stokes, C Company sponsor Kathleen Cox, C Company guidon bearer Cadet Sfc.
William Engelke, Ogden, Brown and the Color Guard. j
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Hoyte As Prpvv
At a meeting held recently by
the El Panama Waiters and Bar Bartenders
tenders Bartenders Club, Rupert Hoyte was
reelected to serve as president and
Arturo .Thomas ;as vice-president
' Under a new systei
m adopted by
the cliib, the president was autho authorized
rized authorized select- all other officers
for the same term.
Officers selected were: Gerald
Watkis, secretary; Sidney Pender Pender-gast,
gast, Pender-gast, recording secretary; Clifford
Hilton, business manager; Frank
Hogan, assistant business manag manager;
er; manager; Nino Carillo, treasurer, Ben
jamin Larrier, fiscal; Alfred Black
man, .public relations officer, and
Ernest Clarke, chaplin.
Installation was set for the sec
ond week in January 1959.
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The Rev. Ijams
To Be Advanced
The Rev. Car Phillip Ijams
will be advanced to the sacred or order
der order of priests Saturday at 9 a.m.
in the Cathedral of St. Luke, An An-con,""by
con,""by An-con,""by Bishop-IJ. Heber Gooden.
He has. been serving as assist
ant to Dean Peterson at the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral during his diaconate. He
is a native of Arizona and was
serving in the Air Force at Al-
brook Field, when he became a
candidate for Holy Orders in this
After his theological preparation
at the Berkeley Divinity School,
Jiew Haven, conn,, and his ordi ordination
nation ordination in Connecticut, the Rev.
Ijams came to the Isthmus to
serve in the Episcopal Church.
The public is invited.
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HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Singer
Edie Gorme showed up half a
dy late for rehearral of her
guest shot on Milton Berle's TV
show .today after acting as mid mid-wi'e
wi'e mid-wi'e for a girl who gay birth tq
a boy on an airplane..
The premature, boy was born
Tuesday as the plane made an
emergency landing at Albuquer Albuquerque,
que, Albuquerque, Nj.M. Birth of the baby de delayed
layed delayed the' plane's arrival in Los
When Miss Gorme discovered
the girl was an unwed mother
with only four dollars in her
purse, she passed the hat among
the passengers and presented her
with $84.00. ;
Sludenl Ranes, Kills
Returns To Studies
COLUMBUS. Ohio (UP1) -A
part-time college student related
without -emotion yesterday now
he raped and killed a; pretty
young expectant mother Jn 'the
midst of her baby wardrobe and
Christmas packages and then re returned
turned returned home across the street to
read and study.
David S. Smith, 20, a tall, quiet
night student of political science
at Ohio State University, told au
thorities he had planned for two
or three days to attack Mrs.
Janice Ora Porter, 24. who was
expecting her first child any day.
?TThere is no question th boy
is telling the truth,"' said Sheriff
Stacy Hall. "But the investigation
lis' not complete.
Young Smith, who : attended
classes at the university two
nights a week. aid he did not
Know pe. victim s nrst name.
He' said he : went to the Porter
home -early -Tuesday to look for
his Cat and returned about 9:30
a.m. while Mrs. Porter was in
the basement Ironing.
He found a ".22-caliber revolver
and loaded it, he said, and when
she came upstairs, he attacked
The victim's father-in-law. Hi
ram Porter, 55, an unemployed
construction worker, said he
found his daughter-in-law's body
in her bed when he returned
home from job-hunting;
She had been bound and
gagged, and her clothing was slit
up the front. She had been killed
with a single shot in the center
of her forehead. r -v
, At the foot of the. bed wax a
crib, with baby blankets folded
neatly over the sides. Baby books
and Christmas packages were
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BOOKS FOR NURSES President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. watches the presentation of booki
to Miss Rosa E. Perez, director of th Nursing School of Santo Tomaa Hospital, by John Edmon Edmonson,
son, Edmonson, acting mission chief of CARE, during the observance of the 50th year of the foundation fef
the nursing school. The books are a gift from the MacMlllan co. of New York. Directly behind
Miss PCrez is Dr. Alberta Bissot Jr., director of the Department of Public Health.v-
Panagra s Papa Noel Bringing Howdy Doody And
Clarabell To Panama
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Clarabell the clown and Howdy Doody the puppet, stars of NBC's network television pro program
gram program "Howdy Doody" are shown above with Panagra's Papa Noel as they ge ready for the
trip to Panama, The trio will arrive on a Panagra plane today,' December 18th, to brina brina-Christmas
Christmas brina-Christmas greetings to the children and distri bote hundreds of toys provided by the Ideal
Tell Asians, Africans
Of Progress, In US;
Says Ben Fairless
NEW YORK (UPI)-One of the
steel industry's elder statemen
called on the government yester
day to point out to the peoples of
Asia and Africa that under a
free, system the U.S. had a 40-
yeas growth record that matcnes
anything the Communists have
"We were once a nation of
farmers but in the years from
1870 to 1910 we moved to the up
arhofiii, indium nations of uie
world," said Penjamiii F. Fair-'
less, preident o the American
Iron & Steel institute ana iormer
chairman of U.S. Steel Corp.
Furthermore, he added in a talk
nreoared for delivery before the
New York Chapter of the Amert
can Steel Warehouse Assn., "our
crnwth. under freedom, in the
past 40 years ir certainly not to
. -a -fit:...
De sucezea at, eiinet- s
virl said In thft future pro
duction race with P'tss'a, Ameri-
ran bunlnets. i"nead of ronstantr
lv .beip? forced to isrrant uneco uneco-nom'nl
nom'nl uneco-nom'nl wfee tncretses shou
alloWed to- u.s" alonj o"ie of
the' advances -of, r.-oductiwtv to
consumers in the f" of lor
prices' more quality for "he
same price. ;
"If we follow that course, and
if we get that kind of understand
ing o' the practical effects or
omlc Insrlfa. you can belt An'-
lar tn rubles that when 1970
rol' rn'id. Hfr, ''irin1ifw )
e hasn't been shipped to Slberli
long before then w'" be ii'..
in a new 12-year ph" to f"tch
up with our scale of livin."
.fairless said an Imnortant con
sideration of American nolirv
with respect to the poorer lands
of .the world should ba tbe.tvpe
of economic jrrowth .they ned,
What. tbey'ned. bo1 said, is not
an Immediate installation oF giant
l!hor savins machines, but a
ploced lmpr,ovemenj! In thelr'tools
. . Advt.
Police Search For
SANTA BARBARA. Calif. (UP1)
Authorities today made n inten intensive
sive intensive search for the body of Mrs.
Olga Puncan, 23, whose mother-in-
law has admitted impersonating
her In frder to dissolve the young
"We have grave suspicions that
Mrs. Duncan has met with foul
play," Dist. Atty. Vera Thomas
Said. Olga disappeared Nov. 17,
less than six months after marry
ing attorney Frank Duncan.
Mrs. uiizaDew uuncan, m, me
mother-in-law. is held in jail in
$50,000 bail for traveling to, near nearby
by nearby Ventura with an unidentified
man Aug. 8 and obtaining an an
nulment of her son's marriage.;
Duncan is representing his
mother in the criminal proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings. 1
Ventura Dist. Atty, Roy Gustaf Gustaf-son
son Gustaf-son late Tuesay night said Mrs.
Duncan admitted paying a strang stranger
er stranger $60 to pose as her son! while
she posed as Olga. They obtained
an annulment of the marriage on
grounds that it had .not been con consummated.
summated. consummated. -"7!
" She was : arrested last Saturday
when authorities said they learned
of the confessed impersonation.
Two men, Luis ". Estrada Mqya,
Santa Barbara, and Augustine Bat Bat-donado,
donado, Bat-donado, 2, Camarillo, Claif., were
held In connection with Olga's
disappearance but police and FBI
agents, who entereM the case on
the 'assumption that Olga might
have been kidnaped, said no
charges have been filed against
the men. -WW- y
Part of the search for the at attractive
tractive attractive nurse from Canada hat
taken place in a construction area
near San Julian about 30 miles
north of hera where th men
formerly worked on a ranch.
Olga's father, Elias kupcyzk,
said letters Afrom Olga after her
marriage complained that her
mother in law came to her
apartment "and reviled her every
time her husband was at work,"
"She told us. she was afraid of
her, (Mrs. Duncan) and then only
two weeks' aftcf she was. married
sha wrote us that she could not
-t .. n i;tl.v.i,;r'j..-rt-.y
r :T yl
" i I
: I J': I
"- ii iia ii i i I - 1
Body (Of Woman
take It any longer and that-she,
had separated froin her husband,"
-A landlady at the apartment
where Olga UVed afterhe sepa separation
ration separation said Olga's es'jrnnged hus husband
band husband continued to visit ner and
often stayed all night.
"One day in November,: Mrs.
Elizabeth Duncan came looking
for Olga," the landlady said. "Sha
wasn't home so he came into my
apartment. She war raving. She
iQid me she d kill ner if it wa
im last tmng sne;d do."
Explosion In Hold
Of Panamanian Ship
Sfarls Falal Blaze
" ISTANBUL, Turkey, Dec; II
(UPI) The 36,000 ton storage
tanker Marador with Panamanian
flag blazed itr more, than 24
hours off Iskenderun, in southeast
Turkey,- after an explosion in her
number; ten hold while transfer
ring fuel to the Ocklawahi.
Istanbul reports that 32 of the
Greek crew of the Marador were
evacuated including several that
jumped overboard Two were kill-
ed and many were injured."'
'The fire spread to the Ocklawa-
ha, "where it was quickly extin
guished. The Ocklawaha is now
standing-by in case there' are
more ; explosions in the Marador.
i.The Sixth American Fleet sent
the destroyer Pierce from Rhodes
to the scene and another uniden
tified destroyer from Beirut In f
case they were needed. -" '
! Police said he fire was started
by a spark from hot pumps dur
ing the .transfer of oil to the Ock Ocklawaha.
lawaha. Ocklawaha. t u -j
: Sabotage is not suspected, they
Said.'1' v, ? i ',;'!','
. Late this morninf the fire was
almost ext riguis .. Officials said
some 4.000 tons of fuel wera stor1
ed in the Marador'i tanks.
TBTRSDAY, DECEMBER IS, ISSt'J:
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Ike Keeps Hands Off, But Hopes
Republican Scnat ors Settle Feud
OPEN EVEMNGS TIL' mi
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CAM HOWARD & HYATT,' chief Instructor of the Military Police Section, U.S. Army Ciribbean
:fhol,deiiBmitrte njodern city training aid," during an orientation-visit to the school by Brig.
'lireB'JaTnet W. tiouiis,' variDDean iommanai new cniei 01 iu. luejwyuub j uoeii m iuuuuu
vttttfeaffie wtn'titBeii-tt. Unitary Police course. From left tonight are Col. Cecil Eimes,
school commandant,' Coutts .;' Brig; Gen." Milton L. Ogden, U.S.
;andmriweral,;and:Hyatt.t ( ; vy
Army. Caribbean deputy com-
(U.S. Army Photo)
FRAmrURT,; Germany UPI1)
Amripn soldier was sen
tenced; to ii months at hard la labor
bor labor aad dishonorable discbarge
yesterday i for going AWOV into
Communist Romania for 10 years.
-A U.. ?Amycourtmartial. im imposed
posed imposed thf sentence, utter convict convict-ins
ins convict-ins Jonathan Morris. 42.' .of
charges B icquiwea mnj ot
forfeit aipay, aii lJowances,v
, TheSArmj -Sad accused 1 Morris
of desertion, ior leavings his unit
in, Bavaria4 to JJ,U, ,1948, and
going to' Romania with hit; Ko Ko-mahian?
mahian? Ko-mahian? iirl,Maria. Mlnyow, 46.
the ; Jron : Curtain;? Morris volun voluntarily:
tarily: voluntarily: ;rturnedy rom5fi Bucharest
last- September and s surrendered
, to U.S. v Arntyi authorities in Ger
many.' He was held fortavestJga fortavestJga-tion.
tion. fortavestJga-tion. The; tifl ;did notiteturawwith
Thm inlUr wrtn waa hrnlcPti
from sereeant to urivate durint 1 busiest.
World"' War 11' because of -exces-aive
drittldneJtold authormes :he
left vhiaunit- m 1948 ibecausefi bis,
officet "didn't likil; hi "and Nrant
Morris, -ail electriciansaid the
lid' Mari weint from Ba varti-,in
crossed, i)legally,:lnto Communist
Hungary. rney were arresiea
Kere, but .iinally. were delivered
. the Romanians j where 'they
were imprisoned until April,' 1949,
he said. ;f: ;'; 5.;r
"In Hungary I they hfSrst wanted
to treat;' me as ; spy but when
they, 'saw: my American uniform
under my civilian clothes they be believed"
lieved" believed" me,"v Morris, said in, a
atatement ftjead by s his defense
counsel, 1st Lt. Allan I. Mendel Mendel-aohn,,
aohn,, Mendel-aohn,, of I' Chicago. 4'I believe- it
was ; the uniform that saved me
from bring "shot." n'""
Af Vatican Riles
Airline Uion Sees
Ho Self lement Near;
Pilots Strike Friday
CHICAGO (UPI) Represents-
Ives of the Airline Pilots Assn.
and American Airlines met yes yes-erday
erday yes-erday in an attempt to head off
a plen grounding strike on, the
eve oi the Christmas noiiaay rusn.
However. a spokesman for the
pilots union said no. settlement
waa in sight, despite the presence
of federal mpdiatnr.
- The union announced Tuesday P'pc.
night it would call out 1,500 pilots
on strike against American at a
minute to midnight Friday. A
New york Federal judge had
stymied a previous strike dead
line with' a restraining order, but
the walkout ban was luted Mon Monday.
day. Monday. v.. VM I
' Both i the company and the
union said they would continue
negotiations right up to the strike
deadjine aanopes of averting a
walkout whlch 'would ground the
BAAAn Jtu .int.. 't'lt i M n li nit i ; Vvt r niT"
aasiern. ; Airlines, me nation s
isiest; air earrier. has been
grounded for 24 days by twin
strikes,; by. member of (the Flight
Engineers Jnion and the 'Interna 'International
tional 'International Assn,,bf Machinists.
Eastern- negotiators .reached an
agrement vwith the Machinists
early Sunday and union members
are now being polled on whether
they; want to ratify the settlement.
The results of the poll are ex expected
pected expected ; Monday, v
5 ilhe engineers' strike, however,
remained deadlocked. Both sides
held separate! meetings ..with a
federal mediator in Miami, but
were was no : sign of an early
WINS HIGHEST IfOOt11 f
GRANADA. Spain (UPD-Offfc
ciala of Spain's "quinielas" foot-
bau pools said yesterday Juan
Canes' $110,000 first-place prize
last week was the highest amount
ever won by a one-person entry
in the history of the pools.
IPSWICH, England (UPI)Em
gineer 1 William Soar, a 65-year-
old grandfather; risked death" in
a gas pipe trench Tuesday nignt
to save part of the town from a
possible maior explosion. soar
crawled into the trench and
worked for 90 minutes to replace
blown valve in a main gas
,812 & 2 (i Weekdays
:S to 1 Saturday
A1I Work V
WASHINGTON (UPI) 'Sen.!
Styles Bridges said, yesterday
President Eisenhower hopes the
power struggle between liberal
ana; conservative senate5 Republi Republicans
cans Republicans : can be compromised to
avoid splintering of GOP, ranks.
Bridges relayed the .President's
feelings on the bitter feud over
the party's Senate leadership aft after
er after a meeting with Eisenhower at
the White House. V
The New Hampshire' Republican
said the President- would like to
see Senate Republicans begin the
new session of Congress next
month as "a united party instead
of in splinter groups." V
But Bridges emphasized t that
Eisenhower was maintaining a
handa-off policy toward. the dls-MHc who cal,ed ott Eisen
Bridges said he, gave the Presi President
dent President a report on the liberal-con-
semtive. struggle for Senate
leadership posts. He conceded the
feud could lead to a serious split
ia wr ranxs.
The liberal blnrir haa throat.
ened to run its own slate' of can candidates
didates candidates for minority leader and
four other GOP posts In an effort
to break conservative domination
of Senate GOP leadership lobs
Bridges said he told the Presi President
dent President he hoped Ihe ls'ue could be
settled -without an aU-ouL. fight
But: he predicted- the eonaerva'
tives would win if i came to a
Shortly after Bridges left the
President's office, Sen. Everett
M. Dirksen (R-IU.) went In. Dirk
sen is the conservative candidate
for the minority leader's post be
ing vacated by Sea. William F
Djrksen said he did not discuss
the liberal-conservative fiphi i)h
ti e President. He escorted a del
egate irom the Bovs' Club of
He" Joined In hooine for
friendly settlement of the dispute
and, added that Republicans
"can't afford a spirited fiphr" at
the opening of Congress. But he
also said he was "reasonably con
fident" of a conservative victory
it tne uoerais press tneii; fight.
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VATICAN CITY (UPI)-Twenty
new cardinals of the Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church acknowledged "obedi "obedience1
ence1 "obedience1 to Pope John XIII
yesterday, and received the first
:. symbols of,; their office' scarjet
birettas, in a; centuries-old Vtii Vtii-can
can Vtii-can ceremony.
Richard Cardinal Cushinc: of
Boston and John Cardinal O'Hara
of Philadelphia were 10th and
13tn in line, respectively' to,. fcneel
, bffore ;ht white-robed Pon'.iff,
kiis hia foot and be capped with
l tlie cornered headpiece.
Three ne cardinals were miss
ing ,. from the ; ceremony. They
, were -capped by the Catholic
heads of 'state in countries in
which they eerved Italy,; Spain
r and Portugal. .
! The'ew cardinals; except 'for
Antonio) Maria i Cardinal Barbieri
if Uruguay, donned their scarlet
robes for; vthe' first time. for
yesterday's :ceremony. Cardinal
Barbieri, a member of the Capu Capuchin
chin Capuchin Order,? was permitted W re retain
tain retain :i his brown habit.
The ceremony was the first of
three consistories at Jwhich the
new: cardinals received the aym aym-i
i aym-i bolsof, their office. It was semi semi-:
: semi-: publii,twith the general public
andress not admitted. The other
two were to take place today -otiq
. secret and One public.": i
' Pope John ;teceivedv the new
priheesM thev'church-iri thei srlit-
' terimj jconsistorial hall of ithe' Vat-,
; Aner' wiey; ,,yere; cappeo, tney
received ;gold rchains and crosses
i of offic j?oi i'masterj 'Of-,'.eer.:
C'monies:tAs they- left they, received
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Milt KAYE ELIZABETH RIGBY
MRS. RIGBY ANNOUNCES BETROTHAL
OF DAUGHTER TO MR. BRUCE HANCOCK
The engagement of Miss Kay Elizabeth Rigby to Mr. Bruce
Howard Hancock hai been announced by her mother, Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Rigby, of Kayelee Farm, Penna.
Mr. Hancock Is the ton of Mrs. S. A. Anderson of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D C, and of .the late Mr. John Hancock.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
attended Radford College.
Edwin F. Rigby of Balboa,
Her fiance was attendlnr East Tennessee State College until
he was called into the service, and he Is now stationed at Mathersn
Air Forces Base in California.
Both Miss Rifbr and her fiance are well-known on the Canal
Zone, where they spent most of their childhood.
Plans are being made for a September, 1959, wedding.
We Will Remain
"Dill 9 p.m.
for the month
Birth Of First Child
l Announced Here
Mr. and Mrs. Gene F. Skatul
ski of Arlington, Va., announce
the birth oi their first child, a
daughter, born Dec. If. She
weighed eight pounds, two ounc ounces.
es. ounces. The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hensler of
Balboa and the paternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Skatulski of Toledo. Ohio.
Mrs. Gene Skatulski is the for former
mer former Miss Rose Hensler of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. v
fata Ladies At P.rty
Christmas carol singing led by
Buck Taylor, accompanied by
Mrs. Al France, and the present presentation
ation presentation of gifts to lady guests add added
ed added a seasonal noe to the Tuesday
evening meeMne of the Isthmian
Vincent Blava, -with an im impromptu
promptu impromptu flve-mlnute speech, walk walked
ed walked away, with the award lor the
membef showing the most im improvement
provement improvement in- public fsoeakin A
certificate of achievement was
presented to Ike Harrmir-h for
his successful completion of the
Ddsic training course in public
New members who were induct induct-ed
ed induct-ed into the club were Bob En En-gelke
gelke En-gelke and Val Lunch.
The next meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Toastmasters will hp Tn.
day, Jan. 6, in the Fern Room of
the Tivoli Gues House.
Rotarlans To Htve
Annual Party Tonight
ine Kotarian win
their annual Christmas
Club, the party taklnc
of the regular Thursday morning
(A V (:
THE VOICE OF
by, Dorothy Killgailen
This year, th club has asked
each Rotarlan and his wife to
bring a gift to be distributed a a-mong
mong a-mong the boys and girls of the
Pueblo Nuevo Youth Center, an
association organized by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Rotary Club and still spon sponsored
sored sponsored by it.
All Rotarians are asked to at attend
tend attend the Christmas party at the
Youth Center Sunday afternoon at
4, when the gifts will be present
Miss Zlrkman Arrives
Per Holiday Vacation
Mlsi Caroline Zirkman, a fresh fresh-man
man fresh-man student at St. Olaf Collegd,
Northfieldj Mini) ar t i v d bt
Pjan? ,?Py thl morning to spend
the holiday season with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Waldemar
Zirkman of Balboa.
The Zirkman's son, Richard,
will not be able to return to the
Tl r l ...
isuimus ior me nonnays. He is a
student at Concordia Collegiate
Institute, Bronxville, N. Y.
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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
A misting gem mystery at the
United Nations Has gone unreport
ed In the press. It stars a weal
thy woman who lost a 130,000 dia
mond ring while visiting the
building. .Tammy Grimes, cur
rently on view at Julius Monk'sJ
Downstairs, has been signed tor
the title role in Noel Coward's
upcoming "Look After Lulu." Tht
playwright discovered her at the
bistro, where she opened I nanus
giving night. .Sascha Distel, the
cute guitarist, wants to be a gen
tleman about it and let Brigitte
Bardot announce' the end of
their "engagement," which earn earned
ed earned them front page publicity all
over the globe.
Peter Howard, who threw tne
wild party in Rome that featured
Anita Ekberg doing bumps and
grinds and earned Vatican cen
sure, is planning another basn,
this time in Paris. The big yok:
he allegedly intends to keep it
"strictly private," with no press
invited. .Sallie Bair seems to
be in love with the African Room;
at any rate she gets all her beaux
to take her there. The latest es escort:
cort: escort: Scott Brady.
Peggy King is through with ro
mance, you can take her word
for it. To quote the- lady: "I'm
not going to get hung up with a a-nybody
nybody a-nybody again. It takes up too
much time and energy. As for
Andre Prevln, well, I never in intend
tend intend to see him again.". . .One
of the most famous of the TV
Comedians has a secret darling
Maurice Chevalier will get right
to work on recording an album-
Songs Of The Fabulous 30's"
as soon as he s settled in ss. x.
If it hadn't been for a release
signed by Gary Snyder, the Beat
Generation poet, Jack Kerouac's
new book might never have seen
the light of publication. Gary is
said to be the centrsl character
in the novel, but the author's law lawyers
yers lawyers persuaded the poet to prom promise,
ise, promise, in writing,- that he wouldn't
Sue Kerouac or his publishers.
A friendship has sprung up be between
tween between Montgomeiy Cliff and pret pretty
ty pretty Japanese movie, critic Kazu-
ka Komorl. It started with an In Interview,
terview, Interview, for her paper-' then Mon Monty
ty Monty asked her to dinner two nights
in a row. .u you dig magic car
pets, don't 'miss Edward Fields'
exhibit at the Design Center a
collection of 21, absolutely fabulous
rugs. They'll be on view now
until Jsin.,,. ,Tony Martin h&s
promiseajtflt;, come. iasi ior tn
focal nlghM ebjb 3 debut of his
protege; Tony Foster, when he o
pens at Arele's in Flushing. To
ny the well-established star ar
ranged the unknown Tony a act,
and is anxious to see how it reg registers
isters registers with a New York audience.
Now a strip teaser is named
Low Lita. .Mrs. Leonard Bern-'
stein made fashion news at Carl
ton House the other day when
she appeared for lunch wearing
a brown bearskin jacket. The
skins had been sent to her genius
husband by admirers in Alaska
uesmona u .uonovan nas come
up with quite a scoop; he's per
suaded the Russian government to
okay an English-Russian co-prod'
uction movie deal involving $12, $12,-000,000.
000,000. $12,-000,000. He'll even be permitted
to use the Kremlin. 'f as a back background.
ground. background. O'Donovsn arrives here
any minute to talk to the State
Department and sign movie stars
for th film. ; f
Jerry Wald's ulcer problem arc
to serious he's not accepting any
telephone calls and he's s chap
who used to talk on four phones
at once. His doctor has order
a complete rest ".Harry Bela Bela-fonteshai
fonteshai Bela-fonteshai been signed, as the gi giant
ant giant name to open the Concord's
new ; "largest ; nightclub in the
world." They would have liked
Debbie Reynolds on the same
bill. but. shell bo tied ud with a
flicker. t': -Ji v '
It's getting to be "which edi
tion do you read?" with Helen
O'Connell and her husband, Tom
Chi males. After the last page
one flare-up, things seem to have
reached a more amicable level.
Tom put her on tho plane for
New York when she left Califor California,
nia, California, and has been telephoning
her dsWy since sbe arrived. .At .Attractive
tractive .Attractive new twosome: Chinese ac
tress Lei Mai and Wealthy young
Ling YU. owner Of tha marvelnii.
East Horizon eatery.
Prince Shiv ended his liaison
with Eva -Bartbk when his dad,i
the Maharajah of Palltana, step stepped
ped stepped in and threatened to disinher disinherit
it disinherit him. .Remarkable remark by
Clifton 1Vebb In "The Remarkable!
Mr. Pennypacker": "We've got
to get this world off its big fact
status quo!". .Ud in- Harlum
they'ro hopeful Rockefeller money
will back a new ballroom to re replace
place replace the old Savoy,
nam is on tne verge of explod exploding
ing exploding into the headlines with gun gunfire
fire gunfire news. .The talented son of
a pop singing star is escorting a
rather risky beauty sround chl-
cago. She was Involved in a win.
dy City vice raid a couple of
years ago. .Bandleader Ralph
Marterle is recuperating after sur surgery
gery surgery at Wesley Memorial Hospi Hospi-tal
tal Hospi-tal in Chicago.
Katherine Dunham Is stewing In
Haiti because Camilla Williams
has been sent to Africa on. a
"good wiM tour." Miss Dunham
repeatedly has asked the State
Department to send her and her
troupe to Africa. She's even
sought the help of Ralph Bunche.
Life, Law Juvenile
A special (.meeting of the Life
ana Law Juveniles will be held
Saturday afternoon it 2 in the
Sojourners Hall. Parents are urg urged
ed urged to have their children attend
this last meeting tA the -year.
ZURICH. Switzerland fUPn
Dr. Wolfgang Paul!, Nobel prize
winner for physics in 1945, died
here Monday al the age of 58. Pau Pau-li
li Pau-li was awarded the prize for
work" on the exclusion principle
dealing with the states of electrons,
atoms and molecules. He was
born in Vienna in 1900.
-By OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NIA Service
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South' West North Cast
1A Pass 1 Pau
3 A Pass I Pass
6N.T. Pass Pass Pass
.Opening load f 4
South wanted fo ooen two clubs.
but at the last moment caution
overcome him and he bid one club
oniy. men, wnen his partner res responded,
ponded, responded, South threw caution td the
winor and bid a slam practically
South bid much too much and
when the dummy hit th tahle
South saw that he had no real
play for the hand. He also saw
that he had better make it or
hear from his partner and worked
out a most Interesting swindle,.
He could only count 10 tricks
outside of the spade suit and one
spaae trick at best for a total of
11. Therefore, he decided to leave
the spades as a threat and eo af
ter the clubs first.
He cashed his five cluh trick i
and West was obliging enough to
let a couple of diamonds to. Now
he ran his four diamonds and on
these leads East and West dis discarded
carded discarded hearts just as fast as they
COUld. West Wat ffnina 1a h....
on to his ace. and one spade and
w" not going to unguard
Hence South s six of heart
WOUnd UD as a winner and hs
had stolen his slam without mak
ing a spade trick.
Actually. East ; and Wct h.i
tough discarding problems, but
they should- have snlvM thm
West should have thrown 2 hearts
on me clubs and East tun dia.
tnonds. No whant South went af after
ter after the diamonds East would have
been warned to hold his heart and
aoutn would be able to run only
three diamond tricks anyway.
Q The bidding has been:
North last South West
1 Double 1
You, South, hold:
What do you doT
A Bid two spades. This is
y6ur best bmne to snow your
spode support, eoeh at It la.
"You, South, hold:
AK ItH VAJSM All
Your partner has opened one
spade and second hand has dou doubled.
bled. doubled. What do you do?
v Answer .Tonwj.
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Christmss spirit pervades all
the halls ground CZjc. The noon
chorus has been filling the air
with carols, while little Christmas
elves have .been busy decorating
several of the rooms with festoons
of bright-colored chains and little
sparkling Christmas trees.
Students are frantically dashing
over to the commissary between
classes to catch up on those last
minute forgotten-until-now gifts,
while different teachers, each ac according
cording according to his plan, either look
haried or else very eager tor the
location o start. ; i
Meanwhile, the Christmas dance
committee has peen going: pa with
its plans for an evening of tun,
o taxe place' Tuesday) irom Tito
10:38 at the fort Amador Offic Officers
ers Officers Mess. Dress ii Osemi-formal
and delicious refreshments will be
served. We hope to see all the
faculty and student body at the
dance, helping to start the holi holidays
days holidays with a wonderful night.-.
Since many of the1 term papers
have by now been hanaeq in, 1
will be Charitable and only re remind
mind remind myseu ana others'that' there
are still some due ueiore tne non non-eays.
eays. non-eays. School ends for 1958 on
i uesday, so there is not itiucn
lime left for the preparation of
those long-ago assigned papers'.
Being in the Christmas mood,
Helen Nils threw a .taffy-makmg
party. Among those present were
jtfrian Cox, Dav,e Mason, Madge
asmith, Gloria Tait, Judy- Mctui Mctui-lough,
lough, Mctui-lough, Carolyn Corn, and, Beauprie
Also lending a helping hand
were Bill BlaeK, Bruce spurlock,
Bill Dolan, Gary Alexander, Ei Eileen
leen Eileen Damerau, and Donnie Alex Alexander.
ander. Alexander. Helen-' saysTtht all the
turmoil lett her" in a slight foggy
daxe, so if there? are any names
missing please, don't feel slighted..
The boys tried theVhand(s) t
making the taffy and were re rewarded
warded rewarded by one batch that had all
the tenacity of airplane glue In
sticking to the pan. The next
batch wss burned L Fortunately,
the girls proved' themselves better
COoka and mmi nt m mt.
sslvaged. The taffy, Incidentally,
was given to one of Manama's
charitable) organizations as a
gesture of Christmas goodwill
from some of the students of
Because of an overabundance of
Christmas celebrst.ng to be don
by this columnist, and because of
Just., the sheer Joy of .-jes' doing
nothing' there will be a lapse
Of two weeks before I'll h
ing your way again. ;
Meanwhile1, have a happy holl holl-qay
qay holl-qay season and now with the
strains of Winter Wonderland"
coming, my1 Wgy from the chorui
room, I wish all of you a very,
very 1SH2!!!!Sk-f r!
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"It Is a song about the love of
three' young men for the ism
girl" the 'Communist broadcast
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THTJKSDAT, DECEMBER It, ll
Trcslc r.-kundsrstandlng Triggers
Governnent-neba I Clash In Lebanon
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Have Christmas Party-
The annual ChrUtm party giv giv-n
n giv-n annually by the detective force
of tha Balboa 'Police Department
for law enforcement officers f
Panama and the Canal Zone was
held yesterday at the Zone Po Police
lice Police Lodge on Chiv Chlva Trail.
.The list of special guts In Included
cluded Included Canal Zone Gov. William
E. Potter; Henry L. Donovan. Di Director
rector Director of Civil Affairs; Major B.
A; Darden, Chier of Police Po Police
lice Police Captains Gaddis Wall. E. S.
Shipley, W. H. Munyon and S. F.
Col'. Bolivar Vallarino, Chief of
the National Guard; Hector ; Yah
des Jr., Inspector General of the
Secret Police; Lt. Col Raul
presidential aide-de-camp; Major
Antonio Huff, chief of the pre pre-dential
dential pre-dential guard; Major Aristldes
Hassan., Chief of the Traffic Sec Section;
tion; Section; Major Bartolom Carrion,
Chief of the Radio Patrol Section
Hspluliry Committee -,r
Bl.n liwr Brunch
Th t annual Christmas brunch
Watini of the Inter-American
tirAm.na rinh will be serveo to
morrow morning at JL0;30 at the
Panama Golf Club. ""V
- MimWnrt ira rniifSLd 10 Call
the IAWC office at tha Tivoli
Guest House if they plan to at
tend. ' ' '
nita Psi Omeaa. national dra-
t.H f.rtrnltv unfit I Chanter
in the Canal Zone Junior College,
held two initiations last week in
which six members were added
1o the rolls. The fraternity1 1 now
in its sixteenth year here.
Miss Cvnthia Orr. cast directi
assisted by Miss Jo, Ann Harte,
stag manager, and Miss Gladys
Millar; business manager, con.
iii-tfd hnth of the formal initia
tion ceremonies. Subert Turbyfill
of the College faculty is the spon
tor for the group. m
initiated were Miss Carolyn Des
pain. Miss Eileen Damerau, Miu
Mildred Gibbs, Carlog Meggers,
Rutherford Rivet and Bruce Spur
The students had completed the
minimum requirements for mem
bershin with their work in the
play "Curse You, Jack Dalton,"
vnd with other activities in con
nectlon with college stage produc
tiona. .-- ...
Michigan Stat, Student
Arrival Par Holidays
i Miss JoAnri Euper, daugher of
Mr-, and Mr. Raymond Euper of
Balboa, arrived on the : Isthmus
by plana early this morning to
Dend tha Com mas holiday va
cation with her p a r n t s and
Miss Euper is a Junior student
as Michigan Stan university.
Ailla da la Infancla
Ta Attend Hame't Party ?
Members of the Inter-American
Women's Club's Asilo de la In In-fancia
fancia In-fancia are reminded to meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Tivoli Guest Hiuse.
From there, they will go to tha
Home for the annual Christmas
party. -Member are to bring
four small wrapped gifts, marked
with an appropr ate age for a
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Caldren Anneunces .-
Mist Florence Barbour of Bal
boa was the winner of the doll
and handmade wardrobe inch
was raffled for charity this week
by the Caldron organization.
Other -winners ot the raifie
rizes were Mrs. Ani Slover of
labl6 and Mrs. W. C. Scritch-
t VA..'t.t. J
wtemwmm"'' tw ?.
Wives, i 1 9 Fiancees
BERLIN (UPD-A Lothario of
heroic proportions has been sent
to jail leaving behind two
wives, a dozen or more kiddies
and the 19 young ladies he be.
came .engaged to in the last four
the cascf ofil-year-old Heini
Sommer was reported in the East
German! newspaper Dir. Union of
r Sommer was sentenced to three
years and two months in jail for
fraud, theft and embmlement.
In addition, the court ordered him
to pay damages.
The paper said Sommer prom promised
ised promised to marry 19 women between
1954 and 1958 and teh of them
bore him .children. On of them
During this period Sommer was
actually jnarrled, for a second
time, in 1956. At that time.Vthe
report said, he al.esdy had four
ilecltimate children of whose ex
tstence he failed to inform
CYF To Hold
LONDON, Dec. 18 (UPI)
'Tn'i All tha World's Aircraft"
Included space satellites for th
first time in Its 1958-59 edition
Tha book, recognized as the
foremost reference work on wbrld
aircraft, said the year marked
the development of space flight
"from icience fiction to scientific
fact." : -:v:?V"; t
In a brief introduction, the 49th
annual edition noted these devel
opments for the year ending Sept.
Russia's launching of three
Launching of the U.S. Ex'
nlorer and Vanauard satellites.
The "even mora apectacular"
U.S. moon probes.
Inauguration o trans-atlantic
let fiasseneer service.
The book also mentioned thaU
atomic-powered aircraft research
was under way in the 'United
States There was no mention of
any Soviet atom'powered plane
Still Acute Hesnite
Increase In Ranks
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The tia
Hon continues to face a severe
h of tu of teachers despite
alteht rise lii teaching ranks this
year, th National Education
an fNKA asld vesterdar.
The NEA said the shortage is
particularly acute in elementary
. schools, where only three states
expect the demand for teachers
to ba met In the next three
years. Only six states said they
expect to have enough teachers
for their hi sh schools.
Tha NEA reported in Us annual
lurvtv on the state of the nation i
schools that there are now t.31,
9?9 itlassroom teachers In the
United State This is an Increase
of 4.4 per cent over last year.
The i average teacher pay went
, up by 4.5 per (sent t an average
' Of 4,7v5. the' report said.
' The NEA estimated the, nation
total school population hal grown
Dy one million mis year or i
total of 34.641..27. Of these, ti.
910,919 were in eleirentar
' schools And 10,300,708 in hlglk
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40ul-winning rally" of the year on
Saturdiy at 730 o.m. in the Gos Gospel
pel Gospel Tabernacle of the Guachapall
Christian Mission Church.
Preceding the messaee which
Will be delivered by the director,
Deacon Earl Clarke, there will ft
Bible quiz with prizes going
to the winners. There will be Gos
pel singing and testimonies as u-sual.
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AWARDED DECORATION 1st U. Jessla J. Lant, Jr.Wfni
-ber of the 4th Qun Battn'ion, 517th Artillery, receives the Com-,
mendatlon Ribbon (with metal pendant) for meritortouijervlca
as chief of the Acquisition' Radar Branch of the Badar Division.
U.S. Army Air Defense School, Fort Bliss. Texas.-The award war
made bv Lt. Col. Wendell P.- Knowles". commander of the battalion
for the 'lieutenant' services from Junes6, 1955 to Aug.;!, 1958.
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, ARSALi Lebanon UPI) Forty
persons were ktUetf last weekend
in a major government rebel
clash caused by a simple misun
derstanding. .. v ,-
Armed infantry, armed cars and
jet planes pounded a thia rebel
stronghold ia the Bekk Valley
with mortars, rockets and shell shell-fir
fir shell-fir in perhaps the Jiloodiest bat-Ha-
Lebanon has witnessed in the
last eiglit months. :
Village- aiders rtportea ,40 ,-peo4
sons were Kinea ana more tnn
100 wounded in an eight hour
battle with army units which en encircled
circled encircled the town ba High ridges
Jet fighters mad, frv runs aa
the village, firing machineguns
and rockets. In addition to tha
human casualties, tha road lota
th 'city was studded with ded
sheep, cows and donkeys killed ia
th wild firing.
Th tragedy occurred because
of a ttisunderstanding which da;
vcloped whan rival villagers
across the valley, fired in the air
at a funeral. Ami residents,
thinking th fire was directed at
thm, opened up.
Detail of Hha .action, which
took place about fifty miles north
of Beirut : along an isolated strip
of th Syrian Lebaaes fronti r,
were not released in .Beirut until
Tuesday. .:. x;'.
An official government state statement
ment statement said 15 person ware killed,
but villagers put th toll at 40
ahet a correspondent arrived
w(tH photographer Tha villag
er t still aippcarea aazea ana
itunnad bv the iBClOent.
, They waved shell tragments ana
parts of mortar shells and point
d out gaping holt smashed in
the roof and wails of building.
Many women in back country
rnhei ware weenim over freshly
dug grave on una outskirts or ne
-. When the incident was sianeo
Wtha funeral volley fiv gen-
darmfi tried to intervene but got
cautfhf in the eros fire. On
was killed and two ware wounded
ion with heavy bombardment.
Thav called for army help.
Arial residents opened fire on
tha army and tha army decided
to teach tha village in objact
Arsal was a rebel stronghold
thir summer: and its shepherd
residents aav' traditionally bad
relations with almost, all
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it c a., r..ri.;.n iTnH clavtnn giii recentlv
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER It, 1951
Kings Victory Would
Give Them First Place
By J. J, HARRISON Jr.
The Carta Vieja Yankees, only a half fame in
the lead, will defend their slim margin against the
second-place Kings tonight at the Olympic Stadium.
Last night lefty Bop Milo chalked up his third
victory as he hurled the Marlboro Smokers to a 6-3
win over Cerveza Balboa. She Smokers are now one
game from the top with Cerveza Balboa trailing by
two and a half games.
A win for the Kings would
clve them a half game lead over
Carta Vie a. Righthander Bud
Black (1-0) has been chosen to
start on the mound for the
Kings. His opponent will be an another
other another righthander, Jim Umbricht
C2Blaclc was the winning purler
when the Kings defeated the
Yankees 4-2 Dec. 28. Stanley Ar Arthur
thur Arthur came to his aid In the ninth
to preserve his only triumph.
Ummicht's two wins have been
over the smokers, who have giv given
en given him his two setbacks.
Last night three unearned
rnns In the fourth inning gave
Milo a 3-0 lead and his mates
scored three more times In the
top of the ninth to make the
Jesse Gonder's three-run in-slde-the-park
homer in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the ninth accounted for
the Beermen's markers and
spoiled Milo's shutout bid
Winston Brown, the first of
five CB hurlers, Was charged
with his third defeat against
The righthander was lifted for
Carlos Thome in the fourth aft after
er after the Smokers plated their
three tainted markers.
Pete Mesa in the seventh and
Chuck Page and Justo Hudson
in the ninth completed the pa parade
rade parade of pitchers used byvmanag byvmanag-er
er byvmanag-er Leon Kellman in his vain at attempt
tempt attempt to overtake the winners.
A throwing error by short short-stop
stop short-stop Clarence Moore on an at attempt
tempt attempt for a doubleplay set up
the first Smoker tally.
In the top of the fourth Brown
retired leadoff hitter Eddie Na Na-t
t Na-t poleon, on a bouncer to short,
which was the 11th straight bat batter
ter batter that he set down In order.
Manito Bernard drew a pass to
become the first Smoker runner
hut. ha was the second out of the
frame when r Oebrge -Altman,
forced, him at second. Altman
wound up at second base when
Moore threw the ball away at
first In a try for a twin killing,;
Bill OaWer was safe .when
Brown covering, first dropped a
throHr from Hector Lopez on a
roller, and Altman moved to
With Bobby Prescott at the
plate Brown uncorked a wild
pitch which scored Altman and
advanced Gabler to second.
Prescott's long roundtripper
over the left field fence followed
to drive In Gaoler ahead of him.
That blow took care of Brown
as Kellman, taking no chances,
brought In Thorne who got
Chuck Hardaway to ground out
to second for the third out.
Milo, who had had runners
Service Cenfer Theatres
BALBOA THEATRE 8:00
Balboa High School
Christmas Choral Program
COCO SOLO 7:80
Mark Damon Llli Gentle
"YOUNG and DANGEROUS
DIABLO HTS. 7:04
In ClnemaScope St Color!
"K YANK AT OXFORD"
and "HIGH SOCIETY"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Walter Brennan, Marlon Ross
"GOD IS MY PARTNER"
CAMr BIERD 7:00
"THE TRINIDAD STEEL
Tickets on sale date of Show
Starting 3:00 p.m.
BANK! 5.30 9:00
LAST OF THE
on base in the first and second
when he gave np the Beer Beer-men's
men's Beer-men's first three hits, retired
17 batters In a row before he
gave np a fluke single to Bar Barry
ry Barry Shetrone in the eighth.
There was no harm to the
Smoker cause at the time how however,
ever, however, because the southpaw forc forced
ed forced Clarence Moore to fly to right
and whiffed plnchhitter Kell Kellman
man Kellman for his tenth strikeout, to
get out the side.
Thome, wno nuneo scoreless
ball for two and one-third In
nings, was lifted for a plnchhit plnchhitter
ter plnchhitter In the sixth. Mesa, who
took over in the seventh and al-
llowed no runs In two frames,
was likewise taken out for a
plnchhitter in the eighth, as
Kellman, three runs behind,
sought to get back in tne game.
Page took over in the ninth
and gave up three runs. Co Co-rrea
rrea Co-rrea came to his aid with
bases loaded, no outs and a
three-and-nothing count on Mi Milo.
lo. Milo. Correa got in a, strike then
threw a ball to walk Milo and
bring in a run. The other two
runners Page had left on came
home when Correa walked Na Na-noleon
noleon Na-noleon and gave up a single to
George Altman then fanned
and Gabler hit into a doubleplay
and the long. Smoker ninth was
In the lower half of the last
inning Peeples. leading off, sin sin-Bled:
Bled: sin-Bled: Dave Roberts walked and
Hector Lopez filed jio center lot
liner to center' tha Napoleon
came streaking In for. The
outfielder dived as he tried for
It shoestring catch but the ball
got away and rolled all the way
to the fence in deep center.
uonaer, rwna ?!reepie,'mna
Robertned ttf nirtimei thf
score f 'JisUi
The CB bid was too'latef and
too short however, as Clyde Par Par-ris
ris Par-ris and Pepe Osorlo rolled out to
short to end the contest.
' There was one consolation for
Kellman in the Beermens' hard hard-luck
luck hard-luck defeat.. ,
Mesa, who had been disap disappointing
pointing disappointing in two starting appear appearances,
ances, appearances, was effective, striking out
five, giving up one hit and walk-
A youth fishing contest will be
sponsored by B. P.O. Elks Lodge
jno. 1542, Cristobal, during the
achristmag holiday, for students
of all Atlantic side U.S. rate
schools. Contest forms are af ail ail-able
able ail-able at schools, the Tarpon Club,
and the Elks Home, according to
J. M. Sanders, chairman of youth
Prizes will consit of a rod and
reel to be awarded to each grade
as follows: grades 1 through 6,
7 through 9, and 10 through 12.
REVIEW KEY PLAYS
NEW YORK (UPI) The Co
llumbia Broadcasting System an
nounced today that it will show
between haves of next Sunday's
Mew York Giants Cleveland
Browns playoff game a video
tape reviewing the key storing
piays of the first half of the con con-est.
est. con-est. DRIVE-IN
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Dick Martin Martha
'ONCE UPON A HORSE"
$1.10 PER CAR!
Sabu William Marshall In
"SAB U AND
THE MAGIC RING"
'Prohibited for Minors
LOS IIU08 DR
THE SEA CHASE
with John Wayne
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Altman," If .
Gabler, 11) .
Prescott, rf .
, 0 .1 4
Cobo. c .
MilQ, p . .
32 6 5 27 9
Lopez, 2b .
Gonder, c .
Parris, 3b .
Osorlo, P., rf
Moore, ss ,.
Brown, p .
Mesa, p .
Correa, p .
32 ya. 6 27 12
Grenald struck out for Thorne
Kellman strcK out ior Moore
in 8th. ; :V-.
Score By Inning
Marlboro 000 300 003r-B
Cer. Balboa 000 oou 0039
SUMMARY i 'Errors; Moore,
Brown. Runs batted In: Prescott
2 Milo, Napoleon, Bernard, Gon Gonder
der Gonder 3. Earned runs i Marlboro 3,
Cerveza Balboa 3. Home runs.
Prescott, Gonder. IDojibleplaya
Rernnrd. : Brathwaite; Gabler:
LoDez. Moore. Roberts! Wild
oitcb Brown. Mesa, Struck out:
by Brown 4, Thorne Iv jMesa 5,
Correa l. Milo 10.' Base
on balls: Off Brown 1, Thorne
1, Mesa 2, Page 3, Correa 1. Mi Milo
lo Milo 1. Left on basef Marlboro 7,
Cerveza Balboa 3 J Pitchers rec record:
ord: record: Brown 3 runs 1 hit in 3 23
Innings; Thorne 0 runs, 1 hit in
2 13 innings; Mesa 0 runs, 1 hit
In 2 innings; Page 3 runs, 1 hit
In 0 innings (pitched to 3 bat batters
ters batters in 9th). Winning pitcher:
Milo 3-1. Losing pitcher: Brown
1-3. Umpires: Williams, Corri Corri-san,
san, Corri-san, Hilzinger. Attendance: 1, 1,-184.
184. 1,-184. Time of game: 2:27.
Billy Martin, Six
Other Indians Sign
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 18
(UPD Second baseman' Billy
Martin was among six players
who returned signed contracts
to the Cleveland Indians.
General manager Frank Lane
said Martin, -recently acquired
from Detroit, reported he was
completely satisfied with the
term offered bv the Indians.
Others who returned signed
pacts were pitchers Jake Striker,
Morne Martin; miieiaers muy
Moran. Randy Jackson, and out
fielder Carroll Hardy.
Striker, who hails from Bucy-
tur n will make a bid to nail a
snot on the Tribe's pitching
staff. At Mobile last year, he
nosted a 17-11 record.
Jackson clayed briefly with
the Indians last season after be.
in acoulred from Los Angeles
He batted .242 in 29 games. Mo Moran,
ran, Moran, a slick fielder, hit an ane
mic .226 m 116 games.
Morris Martin, acquired from
St. Louis on waivers, appeared
in 14 games last season and
posted a 2-0 record as a Redskin.
The Indians now nave seven
plavers under contract for the
1959 season. Hurler Cal McLish
was the first, signing a contract
three months ago.
George Montgomery in
Rlcardo "Montalban in
"Three For janie Dawn"
'- -. w ,.
Batt e F
By VICTOR M. CAREW
The Brewers are" having a hard
time getting started. Just when
it seemed that they were out of
the slump with which they have
been plagued, they drop two in tt
WW.- ":-v':, '-
Last night Winston Brown pitch pitched
ed pitched three nitsiesj and scoreless in innings
nings innings and should have also pitch
d a fourth, but, as fate would
have H, the hard luck righthand.
er was replaced by Carloi Thorne
after Marlboro scored three mark markers,
ers, markers, all unearned, on two errors,
a wildpitch and Bobby Pescott's
Good rtlif pitching by Carlos
Thorn and. PotaUsa, from
the fourth through the eighth
inning, prevented any further
scoring but the B rower 1 wero
unablo to do anything against
Bob Milo oyer tho first eight
innings as the southpaw m
to have had all his stuff. Mile,
after, tho first two. inningt was
In complatc control' and was
nevor behind hitter. Ha gave.,
up thre runs in the ninth whan
he began to tire, but war abl
to pratervo tho win by a 4-3
Manager Leon Kellman in re
moving both Thorne and Mesa
for inchn'tters did the only cor-
rent thing that could be done.
witn a tnree-run aeticu staring
the club in the face he had to
look for runs and1 it isn't to be
expected that the pitchers can
contribute, to any. such task.
When a team is in a slump there
is little a manager can do to
change things. Not even Casey
Stengel, the best in the business,
can do anything when the yan yan-kees
kees yan-kees are losing steadily, as many
as 13 in a row at times. UI course,
Kellman will make several chang
es in an effort to find a winning
combination but there is no gua
rantee that this will be the solu
tion. All of the players are cogni cognizant
zant cognizant of the situation and are very
optimistic that it will change
Penn State 71 Gettysburg SO
West Virginia 98 Richmond 67
Westm'ster 61 Carnegie Tech 60
jyale 76 Brown 73
Canisius 77 Gannon 54
ast. Joseph's 94 Elizabethtown 69
Rutgers 84 jcolumbia 73
Hofstra 83 Penn Military 71
Viginia St. 82 St. Paul 59
Virginia Tech 95 Furman 80
Sou'western La. 87 La. Col. 85
High Point 90 Guilford 63
Memphis St. 74 Hardin-Sim. 42
Mississippi Sou. 65 S. E. Mo. 60
Union 86 carson-iNewman 74
Western Carolina 74 Tampa 58
Western Reserve 72 Hiram 54
Miami (Ohio) 73 Marshall 69
Portland 63 Washington U. 50
Loyola (111.) 74 Drake 71
Nebraska Wesleyan 76 Omaha 74
Gustavus-Dolphus 66 St. Tho. 48
Detroit 71 Assumption 62
Baylor 65 Abilene Christian 58
ArkT Col. 83 Ark. Tech 72
Tulsa 71 Oklahoma St. 50
Okla. City 70 N. Texas St. 53
Centenary 72 West Texas St. 63
Santa Clara 73 Houston 68
Fresno State 96 Wheat 81
San Francisco 47 Wichita 46
' Some of Vic Bottari's team team-mates
mates team-mates on California's 1937 foot football
ball football team' grabbed more headlines
during the season than Vic did
but in the Rose Bowl the follow follow-inr
inr follow-inr New Year's Day Bottari was
he big wheel. That was the year
the Rose Bowl picked Alabama
uas the "guest team" .against Cal California's
ifornia's California's Western champs and the
folks at Ford am drew consider considerable
able considerable iublie sympathy for being
by-passed. Well-drilled- Alabama
was the favorite but California
won' It 13-0 with Bottari scoring
eoth touchdowns arid rushing 137
yards in .34 attempts.
Whatever happened to Vic Bot Bottari?
tari? Bottari? The former halfback of tbe
Bears is in the insurance busi business
ness business at San Francisco.
Sunday, Dec. 21. at 10:30 a.m.
the Gun Club will hold -another of
its ham and turkey shoots, counted
with red bird and trap shoots. Com
on all you "dead-Eye Dicks and
jjones." Point the gun,; pull the
trigger, and win a turkey of ham
,if you can. 1 'v Sv'T";
I rO lined 6 1 1
Ftiri Do VsCGup; BtrtHi
As is natural, comments will ;
bo forthcoming from tho fans 1
. about tho club's poor showing j
n oaro, ana generally most of v
thoto comment 1 will attempt to
pin tho blame an tho managt.:
This Is .hard t accept, as 'the
defeats'; can be attributed to?
.things over which tho manager'
has no control, 'such as errors-1
of commission and mission and
..failure to hit with runnorf on, 4
Kellman has won, with teams'
that' wore only conceded to f bo :
goad enough for the cellar. His
thr pennants, two with Spur
Cola, and one. with Carves
Balboa,; were won over teams'
considered better than his' at
me Timo. ie anompr to aamr
it his ability at a pilot at this
' 0O0 ... Ciii$.$$r.
' Pete Mesa finally, came .around
and pitched good relief ball last
night. The Pacific -Coast -Leaguer
seems to have recovered from
his ailment and now appear)) j ear
ay 10 neip xne ciud, uiuck fage
is having arm troubles. He la suf
fering irom a stiffness, in the arm
thatne has not been able to over
i- There is nothing the matter
'with the Brewers that some tight
iieuung ana a lew more Dase
knocks couldn't cure. The -team
spirit Is good and tba club, only
three games off in the important
lost column, still has two-thirds
ot tpe journey to travel.2.
' After having become accustom accustomed
ed accustomed to the names Leonardo' Fergu
son' and Justo Hudson it is di
ficult to understand why the
brothers are now being referred
to as Leonard Martinez and Jus
A personal check with Justo has
disclosed that Leonardo's father is
Ferguson and Justo's is Hudson.
ine mother of both of them isi
Martinez. We believe it would be
better to continue to refer to them
under their fathers' names and
not. the mother's, in order to a
FRANKFURT. Germany (UPI)
k An Army spokesman said
Wednesday' Pvt. John Davitt,
19, of 69 Leonardine Ave., soutn
River, N.J., waa killed Monday
when a .45-caliber pistol was dis
charged while he was clearing
the weapon. He was stationed
with the 12th Cavalry Regiment
of the 3rd Armored Division.
SENTENCE FARM HAND
BOLOGNA, Italy (UPI)-A Bo Bo-logna
logna Bo-logna court of appeals Tuesday
night sentenced Guerrino Costl. a
kCommunist farm hand, to 26
years in prison for shooting and
killing two Christian Democratic
Party members celebrating an
election victory in a village inn.
Costi, 41, killed the two men in
IMPOSED STIFF FINES
PARIS (UPI) Premier Charles
de Gaulle's government, in an at
ktempt to bolster the French treas
ury, ijposed stiff fines Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday on the' country's traditional-kly-independent
motorists, the pe
kalties covered virtually every
kind of offense from drunken
kdriving to illegal horn blowing
BUYS MINE STOCK
WALLACE, Idaho (UPI)-Hecla
Mining Co. has bought for $1,380, $1,380,-000
000 $1,380,-000 a total of 184,000 shares of
the 1,306,479 outstanding shares of
capital stock in Lucky Friday
Silver-Lead Mines Co., according
to a Hecla official.
APPROVE NAME CHANGE
of McColl-Frontenac Oil Co.,
Ltd. had approved a change in
the company's name to Texaco
Canada Ltd., effective Feb. 2.
PITTSBURGH (UPI) The
Pittsburgh Steelers said Tuesday
that defensive halfback Jack But Butler
ler Butler is suffering from a hairline
frature of the right eg. The club
said it was questionable whether
abutler will start in the National
Football League's pro-bowl game
at Los Angeies, Jan. 10.
kSUB BOXING BOUT
- CHICAGO (UPI)-iThe lnterna lnterna-ional
ional lnterna-ional Boxing Club has substitu substituted
ted substituted a middleweight bout between
Holly Mims and, Bobby Boyd as
the Wednesday night television
fight in Chicago Stadium, Jan. 7.
It replaces the scheduled TV ap ap-iearance
iearance ap-iearance : of light heavyweights
Sunny Ray and Roquo Maravilla.
IN SELF DEFENSE
ATLANTA (UPI) Merchants
are hoping to, head-off vandals
who annually chop down and car
ry away decorated Christmas
trees along Atlanta's famed
Peachtree Street by offering free
(but undecorated) trees to citi citizens
zens citizens unable to afford them.
iy RICHAltD VOUMARD
PERTH, Australia (UPI)-Bar-ry
MacKay and Ales Oimedq Dat-
uea each other the ouiaais and
the ball 'boys in a tension-paefea j
practice match for the JNo. a sing singles
les singles berth on the Wednesday Unit
ed States Davis Cud team. U
Ham Richardson has clinched the
No. ,1 singjes assignment lor the
weeicena inter-zone series witn
Italy. MacKay-and Olmedo fought
for theother' singles job yester
aay, an a w-minute.-no-noids-Dar
red struggle that delighted I'erry
Jones, non ?i playing captain of
tne xank squad.
oimedo won the first, set. 17-15.
and led 3-0 in the second when
me Americans had to give up the
center court, it was the best ten
nis Olmedo or MacKay have
shown m Australia this year,
Jones said he would not decide
which would get the- other sine
les assignment arainst Italy until
just Deiore the draw is made today
Hasn't Oecided Yot
"I stiu don't know whether to
put MacKay or Olmedo into the
singles with Richardson," Jones
said. "I'm amazed and delighted
at the great tennis those two
boys gave us today. 4 only hone
we aren't playing this standard
01 tennis a couple of weeks too
The winner of the Fridav-Satur
day-Sunday series between the
Yanks and Italians will challenge
Australia for' the cup at Brisbane
MacKay of Daytbh, Ohio, and
Olmedo, .a Peruvian living in Los
Angeies, scared the ball boys,
angered Australian linesmen and
delighted Jones with yesterday's
To Get Lopez
HAVANA, Dec. 18 (UPI)
Frank Lane,.the Cleveland In Indians'
dians' Indians' fast-talking general man-
dicer. LtHiM v rrnvmo imn t wtmi.u
11K6 to nrv r.mrrt huetimon xrA.
vor opez loose rrom the Kansas
CltV AthleMre f rnnnJ t
Lane also said he ig interested
in Yoci Berra "It;. th vr,ii-...
don't want him any more."
xBKing- lime out from a com combination
bination combination vacation -business trip
to Cuba, Frantic Frank disclos disclosed
ed disclosed he is ready to offer the
Athletics infielder Woodv Held,
first baseman Mickey Vernon
and young pitcher for Lopes,
If he Oftii't' tVfirt. tnr T.nne
Lane said the Indians will open
the lORQ WMAn nrltVi irnn, J
Larry Dobv sharinc first. hn
ncwiy-acquirea Hiny Martin at
secona, thc rower at tnird. and
a guy namea Joe" at snortston.
Asked to comment, on Casev
Stengel's reported plan to use
uerra at nrst Dase next season
Berra is still a good catcher
dui ne must get more rest now
In case thev don't want, htm 1
couia use mm. Tnat could be my
first trade with the Yankees."
The Indians' G M. added. "The
problem ,: in dealing with the
Yankees' Is thev like fn trBHe
spares iortstars. I trade spares
for snares and stars for star
wnen some spare develops into
a star like Bob Cerv, Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette and Ous'Trlandos after
tney are traded bv the YanRees,
more than, one man in the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee office pulls his hair out."
Lane declared that Herb
Score, who has failed to regain
his effectiveness followinr a
serious eye injury In 1957, still
"is our kev player."
"Wt nrnhlem tinw 1x mnr tsv.
rholnirtAiil than nhttslml T arn
kbVI "Ttm hs Keen wort Ine nut.
dally in a gym this winter, and
11 ne regains nis oest iorm. we 11
be. hard to' beat next year."
The officers, members and re
presentatives of the Pacific Crick
et League and members and fans
01 the various clubs on the Paci
fic side are reminded through
this medium of the league meet meeting
ing meeting scheduled to take place at Pa Pa-Taiso
Taiso Pa-Taiso Service Center, on Saturday,
uec," w commencing ai 7-.3U p.m.
The Wbmack American Whiskv
C.C. will play the Trinidad Steel
Band a cricket match at Paraiso,
on Sunday Dec. 28, commencing
atlhe, usual tlme12:30 p.m.,i' i
-Crickejers 'oftithe ; Various clubs
will please use this notification as
an invitation to begin practice for
the 1959 season, j ?'k? W,-r
me names of tne. womaca
cricketers from 'whom eleven play player
er player will be selected are:a ti.'y
a;- Waltej1 0 Jt a y n 0 Id t !G.
Brown irE,,, Wade O. Jacobs, "O.
(:umming,; F;rWilnams M. Kelly,
! McKenzievi E. i .Jordan ;W.
Browh, Vv Svag4 S," Brown S.
ACampbell, R, Lynton, C Temple,
js, cerezQ,; u j miiti, murreii,
aj. Tedmanj Jv Redman, G. Dun
Brown tRowdy) and
; Editor; CONRADQ 8ARCEANT e, i : ; f
PANAMA PROFESSlONAl LE AQUBI
i cams CV K MJ
Carta. V,eja ....x 7J4 2 ZXWty.
Marlboro' v. .;. 2 ,. 2 ,c 2" 6 6"'Q0 1 l-v
Comia Balboa 1 ,1 ',2 -x A Kjy'::.
Totals' ..".,4 -.. 5 6 7 it tTri'- ) l h"
. -. TONIGHT'S QmETil::'- p-.-
t uiymptc stadiums Carta Vieja (Umbrichi2 .v. v
, :;Kmg8 Black-1-0;) :'-- r.
, Game tuna: 7:30 .'.M.-'-'M;
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympig Stadiurn; Marlboro 6 'Cerveza' allla 3
Leading Averages: Baker 193,
jcolbert 197, Coffey 196.
Seymour Agoncy 3 Marlboro 1
The Sevmour IffereSation had
the stuff in the clutch, and were
able to slow down the Marlboro
to a single puff. Seymour earned
the first point by 26 pins and Earl
Best' 224 was ah important fac
tor in mis round, witn tne creaks
rping their way, Seymour took
another close one when '17 sins
was their advantage;
in the finale McNair Lane and
Pepe Damiah teamed up with 226
and 222 tn nvertskfl the Spvmniiru
by 22. pins. Earl Best', 258 in this
nnaie, neipea to win Wejf itpai
Pin count for the Seymours!
199 163 226 588
168 166 153 487
,156 173 190 519
191 200 194 585
, k20Z ,Kl9 2?2 v 613
; ,224 151 i258 633
7 181' 169 167 517
202, 198 159 559
145 206 192 543
189 184 187 560
Carta Vieja 3 Agewood 1 ...
With Spvmnur rfnino il nh in
upsetting the league leading Marl Marl-bor,
bor, Marl-bor, the Agewood Bourbons had
a golden opportunity to make sub-
snciai gams. However, tne car
ta Viflia Rum Runner haH rtiffpr.
wub OU14 U1CJ, UVUCU tUC
Agewoods, and we.re on, the lpng
count of a three to one verdict.
With Don Rudyspecial delivering
acarta Viejas won a low scoring
game by 17 match sticks. .With
Don aesin heintf htoh with a 13!
the Rum RUnnerst again, were on
topNby 39 sticks.,;. 4 ;
With a wbifeuBnh ofarinc
them in the face, Agewood's Bob
uoyer and Teddy Albntton went
ver 200 and the pther three keglf rs
were close to the figure, and won
by 50. In this chapter Carta Vieja
nao several ?oo games, Joe .Bur .Bur-goon
goon .Bur-goon 206 and Ted, JMelanson "2l6,
ithe three tah nirkiin hut tho Tar.
a Vieja only one: game out of the
, 167 163
166 187; lM 544
, 175 '180 Z06 561
. 212 191 154 557
883 190 947 2720
-165 v 168
Wynir Friction Proof
Fuerza y Luz
Seymour Agency: h
Luckv Strike r
H.I. Homa r
Pan Imperial --
iBill" Coffey. i89,S VMae" Uxk
186, "BudrBalbetfagS.8 a
.. ,,,:'r':.Vf;7'".'-.i:.' .y-i l .. -
f.R XU .:.- n-.,,: Vl .. 1
'; ,,(11 p-
High team ieries-P;A;A;-i871
High team game-P.A.A. .1042.
ign series-Bud Baker 687
High Single; game-MacLane 27ft
Wyn'e Frictiwv ooflnj gain-
a 3- 1 win over the RC tVehi
comiLwint, me ot
STS P"" in the Diablo Heights J-
Major League, "Rrtn" i.i ia w
tne winners with 599afid-Art Gra- 1 kl
ham had 567 Allen had: 612 for the
tal pinfall by just six pins, i
thJh P'H "''Viontinuied-'
their Upward climb in the; leagut
to take over fourth place in the
standings downing Lucky Strike
3 to l. In the rst game McNair
Lane posted -a 279: game;, only 'a
light pocketjhit that left the 7 pin s1''
Standinir nrrvuhfod f.. :..:.
- vw" autaiu icu
IS i WWtW--U hi4 "a
608 series tq take oyer second 'spot
to the high iverage department.
rir: 1004: in the first gam
a $!$ ly M.P'M of their rec
Stnke,wjtlt a 587 ;and a31 in thaiS
second game which prevented
A:A. frn v munin -11 ,..
' Pan Imperial scored a 3-1 victo
ry over ?Tierza y Luz as the Light
and fowec team hung on- to the
third spot to the league;. 'Ed''
Kunie's 579 led the WinnerV and
"Andy"' Fistonisch's:5er,Was igh
high for the F.-yt.' squad; p
Seymour Agency slipped to the
5th position in the (standings as
Bud Balcer led his team to a 3
to 1 victory. Balcer had a 563 and
Del Charters 554. Bob Boyer was
high for Seymour. ? I
Wynn Friction .Prtoflng 3
160 175 190 525
192 158 150 500--
181 224 a94 599 '..
222 -m 183 507
173 168 -151 492
928 887 8 2683
Lucky Strike 1
Pan Amtriean Airways '3
Fuer v Luc 1
150 110 180 440
165: 197 146 508
144 142 171, 457
214 180 167 561 561-204.
204. 561-204. 168 ; 169 541""
77 797 H9 2S0
P.n Imiurf.i 1
160 155 ;i95 510,f
178 157 v 144 479
165 ,192 155 512"
160 163 .187 51(1"
188 ,'209 679"
Seymour Agency 1
195 155-185 53S:'
139 .158 171 ,468
169 139 146 .454
163 146 '194' 50S'-'
157 174 173 504
823 772 9 2444
Charters r t
; ',167 I3l 175 480
.: 203 '169.' 191 563
'J128' 169 .153 448
125 11,9 142 2481
,, ..4 H
; In Mmlde-Rass tot
.4,. -.. ..... ..- f-.y-.Lr
rmon In Bmrnrnwoumey Fi
FOR HANGOVERSt The Broad Broad-I
I Broad-I ay (tags it busting out all over
itu Oriental-this season, but tae
J nines joiner singularly ne-
Lectea ny day now, the jtrend
. oinff what it,4s.v batter who
Irivj in runs will be joining the
iMmsteri union, as a me, iei-
low who is bis owaworst eiemy,
i a. morerwnoiesomo. uivw
itthan a fellow who is ms own pest
'Jried. In the opinion 01 many me
chief .etcmmenaauon oi oowi
game is that it ;makes a New
..Year's Day hangu'r lesssegonii lesssegonii-ing.
ing. lesssegonii-ing. There are more single men
than sing'e women in the U.S. a
disparity which may or nay not
hare anything to do with lonely
HYDE AND SEEK Never hear
anybody say "According to Hoyie
iny mor,.,."If the yankees get
Dick Hyde, th, rest or us may
just as well concede, moans
Paul Richards, Orioles' manager.
Hyde's a reliefer who defied all
the laws of logi? ibywlS
games for the notoriously inept
Senators last season. New York
sold .hippopotamus to .Denver
and collected $73.50 is tales tax.
As a new source of revenue this
has more promise: than bingo, or
even off-track betting, G vrillas
could be even :. more promising.
And. as it happens, : we ve got a
surplus. As an; Expert on tight
money. Washington;!, economists
could scarcelyVJind mor-profound
one thanthe Old a pakf And
who is more deserving tit ther No Nobel
bel Nobel peace prize than F. Patter Patter-ion,
ion, Patter-ion, the hermit heavyweight
WINNING IS BAD? It is no
secret that Bob Blackman, Dart Dartmouth,
mouth, Dartmouth, coach; is not wholly ador adored
ed adored by hjs Iyy League rivals. One
reasoit may be that he plays to,
win and his young jnen entertain
a similar eccentricity. Schoolsin
the Southwest and, the Pig Ten
are after Jiim. m J
cinia Rlacltman works on a
year-to-year contract he's fre to
move, if so, disposed, Ta'k that
Columbia is giving u 'mu
.hcirri How can vou eive UP
nything you haven't got;, A news
comer to rkCing ;is, Aly;t, Hand Hand-macher;
macher; Hand-macher; he's W New York .styl .stylist
ist .stylist who usee to bankroll women s
i unnti m b temperamen
tal. toi but they do stoo short of
hysteria. .Ana not lnirequenuy
hey Jus stop ,sbor. J-
CASH-AND-CARRY: On the
baus of his performance agawt
Don Jordan tne other mgtt ViX-
gil Akins either era t tight, or
there re niehts on wn'ch he
chooser not fight. Awaning fur
ther returnf s we cnanaD'y char
acterize him as the worse wenti
weignti coampion we ever saw.
(n a somewhat different cate,
(. Joe ? Brown,s the , lightweight
champion his skills are unques unquestioned.
tioned. unquestioned. Yet against mediocre John Johnny
ny Johnny Busso he was. preposterously
crude and conservative. Brown
and his kind ought to be sharply
remindej of their Indebtedness to
Joe 'Louis, whose honor,1 pride
and decency transcended even his
enormous ebility. ; :-
v SOME JEERS, TOO: A better
bet than Stanley Harris to re re-place
place re-place Joe Cronin if the Red Sox
general manager takes over the
AL presidency i Fordham's John
ny M'phy.' If George Weiss had
taken the jot); we At, owners. .
who tried to urge- his acceptance.
, .may have figured the Yankees
would be much easier to beat.
The goodwill junket of major
league players to Venezuela was
not without unpleasant incident,
notwithstanding oficial satemens
a he conrary During t -least
one stop the Americans were loud loudly
ly loudly jeered, and a group of them
seatedfelA ? ca4vhat upon This
on the testimony of Frank Scott,
a tour "director, whose first star star-a
a star-a tour director, whose first star star-led
led star-led thought must have been
that these were Ted Williams
' GOODWILL DOUGH: Amo ng
the players who made the trip:
were Gus Tri sdos, Elston How-!
ard, Dick Groat. Pete Runnels
and Whitey Ashburn. E. ch do do-gooder
gooder do-gooder got .$900 for expenses.
Since no mortal hand can hope
to recreate Churchill in any me me-dium,
dium, me-dium, the British sculptor had to
goof. If Oscar Levant oan make
a comeback on the coast, what's
to stop the equally neurotic Silk Silk-v
v Silk-v Snilivin? As. a Hollywood si-
rn Princess Grace, one shyly
npm1i tei., seldom had need to
nrntMt a mere toet If the con
flict runs long enough we'Jll learn
as much : about Ounmo" s cna cna-vez
vez cna-vez Ravine. Only 1S7 -day
to spring football practice.
Br OSCAR FRALEY
Golfers Tee Off
At Summit Hills
Course at 9-15
All finalists must report to the
oLidal starter. Bill Jamison, at
least ten minutes 'before their re
. Bramff International Airways
olf tournament medahi-t, old Jim
Hinkle. will tangle -with Isthmian
newcomer Russ Chaff man in the
Braniff Airways finals at the Sum
mit Hills Golf and Country Club
course this Sunday morning at
15 lum. 9 r'M",.'
The first finalist twe-seme will
tte eff at t:00 .m, wiHi Sum Summit's
mit's Summit's iMebs Avsnehmer meeting
Elizabelh Weber.' Ten minute
late the ladies' championship
match will tee off with Sum Summit's
mit's Summit's Louise Jones fating Ami.
dor's Ethel Perantio. 4? t
In the leature match of the day
Hinkle will be facing his fourth
tough man in the Braniff tourna tournament
ment tournament play. Hinkle has beaten Jini
Riley, Bilr LeBrun, and Don
Hause on succJ-sive week-ends.
Chaff man has taken Jim Des
Lones, Al Saarinen, and Tommy
Jacks to reach the' finals, f
Both Chaff man ''and Hinkle. turn turned
ed turned in qualifying scores of It, with
Hinkle winning the famous big
five play off for the medalist hon
ors as early leader Hause was
watching Chaff man and allowed
Hinkle to sneak in for a one stroke
The Summit Hills Golf Course
will be closed to all non-finalists
until the Championship match
has teed-off on tae tenth hole. This
will enable te tournament play
ere to keen their places and all
matches to finish on schedule.
Summit will be hosts at the
conclusion of play Sunday to a
buffet luncheon and presentation
of awards will he made at this
time. Bob Hatch, local Breniff ;
Airways manager, has arranged
for Braniff flight hostess, June
MacAdams, to be on hand to
estist In the presentation of strls-
The comnlete oairines for the
finals and the .starting times ft
each match, will be as follows
R on a.m. Ladies First Flight
Mebs Ausnehmer vs. Elizabeth
8:10 a.m. Ladies Championship
Flight Louis .Jones vs.' Ethel Fe
8:20 a m. Seventh Flight Roger
Mirhl vi Mickev Kaplan
!27a.m. v Sixth FUght t John
T.rrv v Am BarleV
-3S a.m. Fifth Flight Bob
Tra v .Tnhn Smith
u g-42 a.m. Fourth Flight ? Ted
Jordan vs Comdr.Bell v
' i:49 e m. Third Flight 3 a c k
Whitelaw vs Jack Stuart
8:58 a.m. secona rugni ju
KUne vs W. A. May
9:0S a.m. First Flight George
Riley vs Tony Jankus
9:15 a.m. unampionsaip. rujui.
Jim "Greybeard" Hinkle vs Russ
NEW YORK (UPD Bob Mathi Mathi-as
as Mathi-as looked back over the1 years
and there was utter conviction in
his Voice.. :
"I have played football and
most other sports,' aid the two two-time
time two-time Olympic king, "and ; for
sheer physical demands nothing
can touch the decathlon." u
What brings this to mind is the
National AAU voting currently be being
ing being conducted to select the winner
of the Sullivan Award, the na nation's
tion's nation's most coveted amateur ath athletic
letic athletic trophy, -
Named on the ballot are two
swimmers, a pajr of track aces, a
figure skater, a weight lifter and
wrestler. They are, in order,
. Umiska nf Berkeley. Calif ;
ii. McKinney of Indianapolis
ri,im.. Davis of Ohio State. Refer
John 0.! of UGLA, Dave Jenkins
of Colorado Springs, Tommy a.o-
no of Honolulu and Terry McCann
Each and every one of them
Mrvta the honor.
Yet, and without attempting to
prejudice anyone else's vote in
any t manner, this is just to say
that in this corner there can be
but one winner.
, Jahntan. The Greatest
That's Johnson, the National
AAU world record holderfln the
decathlon who this summer
proved himself to be the greatest
au-arouna atmete in we nmory
of reenrded snorts.
Back in the days before the
atoo watch, it is possible that
there may have been someone who
could run faster, leap nigner anq
" fairther and toss assorted impie
ments for longer distances.. But
Be one on record ever matched
hi' all-over abilitv.
That goes for the immortal Jim
Thorpe, eight of whose 10 decath decathlon
lon decathlon marks were Surpassed by the
barrel-chested Rafer. It gees for
Mathias. and also for Russia's
Vasilv Kuznetsov, both world rec
ord holders who saw tneur marcs
disappear under the might of
Johnson's muscular arms and
The clincher3 came in a head-
and-head. meeting at Moscow last
summer with ; the ussin star.
Kuznetsov held the world mark of
8,014 points. When it was over,
Johnson held the hew world mark
or 8,037 points in what even the
Russian press nauea as a per
formance "that will dignify the
history of world athletic, records
for a long time to come
, Others Also Greet
The others performed prodigious
feats, too. Davis, the Olympic 400-
meter champion, won that event,
the 400-meter run and was on the
winning 1,800-meter relay team in
the dual meet against Kussia.
Jenkins is tne two-nme u. s.
figure skating champion.-Kono is
a marvel who has broken world
weightlifting records hv four div
isiohs. McCann, a two-time na
tional wrestling champion, was
the only man to go without a de defeat
feat defeat in a meet with the Ruffians,
McKinney holds four n 'onal
backstroke titles and two Ameri
Miss Ruuska was a bronze med
alist in the' Olympics at the age
of 14 and holds a total of six na
tional championships. ;
All of them are champions and,
even .more important sportsmen
of the highest degree. Any one sf
them would be a fit winner of
the Sullivan' Award.
But from this angle, one stands
out head and shoulders over ev every
ery every athlete In the world this oast
year. As George Eastment, a
enacbh of the American .tea,m. :at
Moscow summed it up;
"Johnson is truly the World's
: tATIN A CARRIES YOU SMOOTHIY
THRU THE IRONING
V "' '-'-V -f, 1.
mitm EIO IrwhfrVIV
:f!f .... "".IW.'Vlf.llWHt. 'i
San Francisco Takes Over
As Most I nlole ra nt S fiorts
Town In Whole United Statesk
SIGNAL BOWLERS The U.S. Army Caribbean Signal, Service team was runner-up in the Fort
Clayton Post Bowling' League. 'Pictured with Maj. John H. Roonc, commanding officer for. U.S.
Technical Services, Pacific, who accepted the trophy for .the Signalmen, are Sfc. William Forbes,
Sp5 Earl Blevins, MSgt Victor Baugh, Sp4 John Whaley, Sp5 Arnold Bass and S'p4 Eugene Daril.
(U.S. Army Photo)
mm w. .1 a ae ' I I
Kay Kurdy Wins President
In PWGA Journey at Panama Xluh
Kay Purdy'g fine steady golf Louise Jones and Kay Purdy. He are leaving soon. These eirls Dro-
rx i i r 1 l. lr 1 1 . . .. T'
raise 10 ny in ror the PWGA tour-
Balbee secondary Schools
Goina into the fourth weejt of
tt,. .xhHiilc. the race for tne
l.anu chamDlonsniDS IS DC El"
ntna t Hcfhton. Althoush the half-
wav ooint ia barely past, some of
the teams are. going, to be hard
to catch. --rf-i.-ii v
in th "A leaeue. jom iuun-
ningham's fast breaking Hawkey-
es are setting .iremenuuiw Vuvv.
in their last same against the
T.rhoei. tha Hawkeyes nearly
broke into the century ciud wnen
they Tacked up, a total of 93
points to the Tarheels' 26. .um
Kirklana accounieo. ior w iw
winners, while HarreU womme in
making 8 couldn't seem to find
the basket for the losers. The
team win loss records are: naw-
keyes, 5 and 0; Celtics, 4 ana 1:
Wildcats,' 2 and 2; pistons, 1 and
2; Tarheels, 1 and 3; and Knicker Knicker-bockers,
bockers, Knicker-bockers, 0 and S..
The "B". league leaders, cap captained
tained captained by Ken Anderson, have a
couple of team! right after them.
Rill damn's Giants- and Yung
Cage's Rams are tied for. second
and only one win behind the pow powerful
erful powerful Cats. The vain loss records
in the "B" league are; .Cats 4 and
1, Giants 1 and 1, Rams 3 and 1,
Eacles 1 and 3. Raiders 1 and 3.
and Dogs 0 and 3.
Th "C" lea cue is being domi
nated by the Celtics, under .the
leadership of Pat Thomas. These
hot shots hive won seven straight
and are undefeated1 up to now.
The Celtics are being gushed,
however, by Robert' Swanson's
Lions. The Lions have only one
loss in seven starts. It is interest
ing to note that Robert Swanson
has three of his, own brothers
Dlaring regularly on his' team.
The "C'f league team's win loss
records are as follows: Celgin, 7
and 0; Lions, 6 and 1; Shooters, 5
and 2; Ears. 4 and 8; TrotterSi 8
and 4; Fantners; 3 ana 0; uears,
and 4; Panthers, 2 and S; Bears,
1 and 6; and Skeletons, 0 and 7.
game really paid off in last Satur
day's PWGA tournament held at
the, Panama Golf Club. Compet
ing; against a large field of hun hungry
gry hungry lady golfers, Kay took home
the President's Cup (a beautiful
silver casserole donated by out
going PWGA president, Pat War Waring)
ing) Waring) and a turkey for Christmas
Helen Stempel took home the
other turkey after winning a play playoff
off playoff with Phyllis Mansfield who
turned in a tieing score.
Special prizes went to Ethel
Perantie best nine holes; Beverly
Dilfer best score on three par
holes: Cleo Burns and Carol Ghr.
kenhaus best scores on par five
holes. Two Dottles 01 jonnny waiic-
er were welcome prize donated
by Norton, Lilly, and Company,
steamship agents. Everyone naa
an opportunity of selecting a
"white elephant" prize.
John Mayleff, sponsor of the re recently
cently recently completed Dunlop tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, stopped by to award prizes
to Winners of that tournament
also gave eacn golfer present a
key chain with a miniature Dun Dunlop
lop Dunlop ball attached. This was the
occasion for three rousing cheers
for John and promises to use
Dunlop balls forever. ,
The important business of the
day Was the election of new offi officers
cers officers for 1959 the slate selected
by the committee, was unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously approved. Pearl Trim will be
the president; Ethel Perantie vice
president, and Helen Stempel secretary-treasurer
With these offi officers,
cers, officers, PWGA should have a good
Three rousing cheers were giv given
en given outgoing president Pat Waring
who has devoted a great deal of
time and effort in supporiing PW PWGA
GA PWGA during the past year. She in
turn, thanked her co workers workers-Joan
Joan workers-Joan Claire the outgoing secretary-treasurer,
and Ruth Tortorici,
outgoing Vice President.
Carol Glickenhaus was welcom welcomed
ed welcomed back into the association and
sad adioses were extended to Bet Betty
ty Betty (Hennon and Mary Biggs who
naments Betty from Texas and
Jary irom Australia.
Much of the success for Satur
aay s tournament goes to Fran
iwomey antt her assistant Phyl
11s Mansfield. It takes a lot of
i-aieiui planning to have
Seals management, of all things, '
and won! ;
At Stanford this year a near near-riot
riot near-riot broke out between students of 1
Stanford and Southern California
rooters after the game,, with hun-,.
dreds swinging fists at tbe sarne' ''
A t Kezar Stadium on Sunday, ..
many hundreds of fans battled po- 1
lice after San Francisco had de- ? 1 a
feated Baltimore. There were.-,
bloody noses, bumped heads and "
other injuries before order was"1i
By HAL WOOD
SAN FRANCISCO .( UP! )-Moy e
over, Bosloii, Mass., and Cbiuni
bus, Ohio, and the rest of the Bel Belligerent
ligerent Belligerent sports cities.
Let San Francisco take over as
the most intolerent sports town in
The city by the Golden Gate,
once noted for having the most
lair-minded sports people in Uie
world, now has developed a band
of vicious, blood-thirsty, name
calling "fans" who won't take
"no" for an answer from author
just. the facts:
Herman Franks, very comDi-
ieni iDirq Dase i;oaco ior we pan i university 01 California, tore up
francisco (jianis during, me 19.18 tne plank seats when tneir team
campaign, resigned under the, failed to win the bie eame as-ainrt
consistent booing ana abuse given btantord.
Tear Up Seats
A few years back, students at
mm by tne tans because rooKie
runners wouldn't heed his instruc
tions and were thrown out gows
Frankio AINrt Quits
Frankie Albert emit as coach
of the Forty Niner football team
because he didn't want his fam
ily to have to stand the abuse
from the so-called fans wno
blamed him "for every de.ect in
the 1958 machine.
Two National League um
pires, Ken Burkhardt and Vince
Delmore, were bealen up by an
enraged fan as they went to din
ner at s North Beach restaurant
In 1956, police had to put 111
riot, calls twice at ..Seals Stadium
because fans streamed out oi the
seats to attack an umpire. One
woman was iniured in one nt
of these attack, during which the
unique swung ins inasK 10 protect
himself. The woman sued the
Little Johnny Longden, one of -. -t
the greatest jockies of all-time,:
was roundly booed the other day
when lie made his comeuack at v -:
the age of 48 after being out--w.th
a broken leg. The fans ex-f-pressed
their dislike for Jonnny .-:
Decause he uoean i Dnng home a
winner every time he goes up on
a horse. ,1
Willie Mays, one of the most ,jV
exciting ociseoau p,i.iers of .ne (n,
current era, is booed by Sao
Francisco lans vlw112ver he tes-..
into a slump. One of the great
natural h tiers Oi all ante, v. i.ne
got the cat-calls last summer sev- t
eral times because he left rumurs. .-
stranded on base.
Bad manner? A break-down in
authwily? It's hard to figure .
what the fans ex.jetu
; They have developed an intoler intolerance
ance intolerance for anything but turners. .,.
Every day, in every game, every
again thanks thp man.
agement mf the Panama Golf Club
for the use of the course and fa facilities,
cilities, facilities, and also Mr. Suarez who
had specially decora'erl tables set
up for the luncheon which every everyone
one everyone enjoyed.
kSlGNS A'S CONTRACT
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP!) -UOutfielder
Bill Tuttle Tuesrlav he-
iame the first Dlaver tn in
1959 Kansas City Athletic con contract.
tract. contract. Tuttle, obtained from De-
roit in a trade for Billy Martin,
ubatted .231 last season.
Get Underway Friday
in the color &
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By DAVID. M. MOfFIT
ATLANTA (UPD The annual
late-December basketball tourna tournaments,
ments, tournaments, becoming almost as much
a part, of the holiday season as
egg nog and mistletoe, get under under-wsy
wsy under-wsy in the Southeast this week
There-are four holiday tourna tournaments
ments tournaments lined up for Friday and
The headliner is at Lexington,
Ky., where the third-ranked Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Wildcats will be host to
seventh ranked West Virginia,
Ohio State and Oklahoma State.
Another .Will be at Louisville,
Ky., vwnere Louisville hosts the
Blue Grass -Festival with Notre
Dame, North Carolina and North Northwestern
western Northwestern on hand.
k Kentucky Favored
.' 1 j : -
Further south, Alabama and
Auburn t will share the enterUifl enterUifl-merit
merit enterUifl-merit honors in the Birmingham
Classic, Guests will be Texas
A and M and Wyoming.
And, at Charleston, S.C., there's
the Citadel Invitational featuring
The. Citadel, Georgia, .Florida
v. Kentucky, ; defending Southeast
ern Conference and NCAA cham champions)
pions) champions) has moved into' the favor,
itei role in the Kentucky Invita.
tional. The Wildcats have been
.Impressive in early season
;,',i:t;!t-a,Fj J:;v'"'!'V n' l','H
games. The battle for individual
honors should be between 6-4 se senior
nior senior Johnny Cox of Kentucky and
6-3 junior Jerry West of West Vir
ginia, 1 ;
West Virginia won tnis tourna tournament
ment tournament last year beating Kentucky
J7-70 in the first round and went
on to become the No. 1 team in
the nation. This time, the first first-round
round first-round pairings are Kentucky-
Ohio State and West Virginia-
Tar Htols Got The Edge
In the Blue Grass .Festival.
14th-ranked North Carolina fig
ures as the favorite. 1 he 1 ar
Heels slipped to 19-7 last season
after winning the. ncaa crown
the previous year on a 32-0 mark.
They .have five players 6-6 or
taller and all but two are al least
. Auburn is favored in the Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Classic but the opposi opposition
tion opposition is 1 rough. The -Tigers have
won .their last 13 straight college
games, two this year and their
last 11 in 1957-68. Wyoming, de defending
fending defending Skyline Conference titlist,
has lost a pair to Tennessee,:
Tbe Georgia Bulldogs, an unex unexpected
pected unexpected 3-1 against four tough foes,
should win the Citadel Invitation Invitational.
al. Invitational. The Bulldogs, led by sharp sharp-shooting
shooting sharp-shooting sophomore Gordon Dar-
rsh have wns over Clem son,
Florida, and south Carolina.
Across from the Chase Manhattan Bank
Central Ave. 22-37 P. 5 de Mayo
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1 Resorts Aportments
Baldwin' hiniUltid apartment
at Santa Blara Beach. Telepheiie
Smith. Gambe J02
PHILLIPS Oceenstae Cottages
Santa CUra t.
Hml 1-1877 Cristefcal -17J.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished thraa bedroom house ad adjacent
jacent adjacent H-Colf courta. Large liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diemgroom, tar. pore,
tarrataa ad Avi,!,a"?
Fab. 1. No.
Golf Heights. Telephone
mil bcut. 1 hadraom rail'
rvn t i
dance, maid'a quartan, garage.
FOR RENT: Office above, Mo Mo-torei
torei Mo-torei Colpan, S.A. Automobile
Row, Centrally located, apaeiout.
FOR RENT: Space in "Chicago
Bar" for felling novelties and
tourist articlet. 18-145 Central
Ave., corner of "K" St. Available
immediately. Inquire at Agencies
Tivoli, Tel. 3-6118, Camera do
i Watches are dock small
ranoueh be crt" o
ITZhtti't.maAi in 1904 tap.
Peter Baieto, ,M feme Jfa Jfa-rabet
rabet Jfa-rabet VetkMiiMi who Is sjf8
,a"3 iv. .-it 4 4Ka
Iwutm&aK. The tat watfebesv
wee tneW iron and wJ
Jarje' they fcad to be worn
hung trow the belt. Later Hje
cases were- touottkiA, bet the
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
$: .m. to U'-M
2;O0 p.m. to 5:00
:M a.m. to 12:6$
Service Person ji el
rinance lour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
155 Central Aye.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
With built-in Universal
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, laundry maid'i room and
garage. In Alberto Navarro St.
No. 53, El Cangreio. tel. 2-0850.
FOR RENT: El Caagra. Fully
furnished I r mv apartment.
Brend new furniture,, brand now
house. $88. call 3-1789.
FOR RENTs 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid'a room, hot water,
garage. Paitilla. Phone 3-2279.
FOR RENT: One bedroom (air
conditioned) apartment, apply
Fori El Halcon, acrou Hotel El
Panama, telephone 3-1179.
FOR RENT: Well located apart apartments
ments apartments 4 at (uly Avenue No. T 1 -352
facing Quarry Hiajhts en entrance,
trance, entrance, for information call tele telephone
phone telephone 3-3318 and 2-4204 or
same building apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio,
Madure'i Building. For informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854. from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
Father Still Living
LONDON (UPI) A British
judge yesterday ordered the
two daughters of Charles Henry
Niccolls, of 398 Ocean Ave., Jer
sey City, N.J., to repay their
father the $11,558 they received
from his estate in Britain after
is disappearance .36 years ago.
Niccolls vanished from his
home in July, 1922. ; He was not
heard of until 1949 when he be began
gan began a legal fight to prove his
identity. He won the fight in May,
The two daughters were identi
fied S Mrs. Edith Lillian Keiper,
of' 63 Bailey Ave., Elizabeth,
N.J., and Mrs. Margaret Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Darlington, of Ft. Benning,
Ga. They did not contest the case
Court records showed Niccolls
had property in Britain amount amounting
ing amounting to $16,000 when he vanished.
After, the state was probated and
duties paid, each of the daughters
received $5,779 which "was deposit deposited
ed deposited in a British bank.
Judge Sir Kenneth D i p 1 o c k
yesterday granted' Niccolls a
statutory declaration entitling
him to the money in the two
bank accounts. He also ordered
the two daughters to pay all legal
coin incurred Dy imccous.
Challenge To NCs
WASHINGTON (UPT)-A chal
lenge to North Carolina's literacy
test fot r voters has been accepted
for argument before the Supreme
The court agreed Tuesday
to examine a Negro woman's suit,
which is also on the docket of a
special three-judge federal court
The suit does not charge dis discrimination
crimination discrimination on account of race.
But Mrs. Louise Lassiter of
Northampton C o u n y contends
that several sections of the fed federal
eral federal Constitution are violated by
the blanket requirement that reg registrants
istrants registrants must be able to read and
write any section of the tate
In an unusual mid-week series
of actions, the court accepted for
review cases which may clarify
its controversial "Jencks ruling"
of 1957. One of ihese was the ap ap-neal
neal ap-neal nf Junius Irvine Scales, for-
merlv nf Greensboro. N.C.. and
now of New York, a Communist
convicted ofr the econd time un-3
The Jencks decision held that i
to testify in t, criminel case.
mprtinAnt reoorts he made to the
FBI must be produced on de-
i check on the truth of
his trial testimony.
A nw federal law on this sub
Wt missed as an aftermath of
the decision qas at stake in the
Scales case. The law provides
that the nresidHJB Judge shall de
cide which reports the defense
shall ffet 8
The Scales appeal also chal chal-lnt
lnt chal-lnt th constitutionality of the
Smith Act's membership lause,
which makes it a crime to be a
member of an organization to the
violent overthrow of the govern
E uPI S
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH OHB OP OOB AGENT! OB OTJH OrPTCES AT WH V. A
INTERNAL DE PUBUCACIONES Ne.. S Lottery Plan CASA ZALDO-CenteaP AveS tOUKDES FHABMACT-IK U L,IlnM"
BABOO-No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Av J St. p LEWIS 8ERVICK--A. Tholi No. 4 "".
FARMAC1A LUX-164 Cibtr.1 Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J.. Fe. data Oen Ave. No. f DOeato Arnen, Ave. and M IM
FARMAC1A VAN DER-JIB 5e Street No. U FARMACIA EL BATURRO Para. tXevre Street J) PARMACIA "BAB Via FOB.RAS U a) MOVED AD Ea
ATHIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICEJ 15ta Street and Amador Guerrero Ne. 14.Z21. t
1956 Chevrolet Hardtop, tutona,
radio, WS Wall tires, stand,
1956 Dodge 4 Door, tutona, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, radio, stand,
1955 Oldsmqbile, "8" Holiday
4 door, hardtop, tutona, WS
Wall tires, power steering b
brakes, air condition. Perfect
1957 Ford Fairlane, 4 door, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, WS wall tires, stand, trans.
1956 Chevrolet, hardtop, 4 door,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tiras.
1955 Buick-tutone, hardtop, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, stand, trans.
1954 Ford Taunus, very good
AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A. Open
all day. Net to Coca-Cola Co.
Tels: 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet, 4
dr. Sedan, totone paint, mileage
7400, $1,875 fr 1957 Opel
Reckord, mileage 6500, $1,425.
House 8573-B, Margarita' phone
FOR SALE: Volkswagen 2 doer
seden, 1957 model. Only 7,000
miles, radio, white tires. Lika
now. Guarantee. $1275.00 See
Eskildsen, Colon Motors Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man Dealers Panama 2-1669.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac four
door sedan, aeries 62, wirii 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 leu air
conditioning, $2,500.00. We will
sell for $2,650.00. Call or visit
lack Weir. Smoot y Faredes. S.A.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel Air hardtop. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Duty not paid. See at Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Hotel, Schrooder Room 362.
FOR SALE: 1952 MGTD new;
top, new battery, good tiros, good
condition, throughout, $995.
SP4 Priest, 84-2154 during duty
FOR SALE: 1957 MSA Roadst Roadster,
er, Roadster, spoked wheels, ww tires, lew
mileage, $ 1 495. $P4 priest. B4 B4-2152,
2152, B4-2152, during duty hours..
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brookwood, 4 door, 9 passenger,
ALL accessories. Priced fat under
bluebook value, 1930 model A.
Balboa 2-3347 house 71 9-B.
In Southern Calif.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif.
Dec. 18 (UPI) Favorable weath
er conditions today came to the
aid of 2,000 weary fire-fighters
fiehtine a gigantic brush lire in
Firemen said complete control I
of the blaze which has blackened
60,000 acres including parts of the
sprawling Camp Fenoieton Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps Base was possible by
at least tomorrow if winds and
high humidity continue.
The five-day fire caused by a
rifleman still remained out of con control
trol control over more than 50 per cent of
its 85-mile perimeter but firemen
said most of the uncontrolled line
aas in deep, uninhabited mount
Nineteen homes and summer
cabins have been destroyed in the
blaze which erupted Sunday ana
roared through the western slopes
of the S a n t a Ana mountains
which run north-south parallel to
the coast about 10 miles inland.
The western extremity of "the
brush and small tree-fed blaze
was about five miles from this his
toric mission town and spreads
over a three-county area bounded
on the north by the small com
munity of Trabuco and to tne
south by 110,000-acre tamp rena rena-leton.
leton. rena-leton. To the east it extends high
up into mountains to within about
five miles of Lake &isinore.
There was no present danger to
any homes and the fire in an isol isolated
ated isolated area of Camp Pendleton
was almost completely controlled.
LE .HAVRE, Firance (UPI) -Workman
started stripping the
liner He de France yesterday to
prepare it for the scrap heap.
The ship, onetime pride of
France's transatlantic passenger
fleet and World War II troop troop-ship,
ship, troop-ship, ended Its 32-year eareer last
KILLS ASSAULT! R
SYRACUSE, Sicily (UPI)
Lidia Calarco, 15, took a hatchet
Tuesday and killed a 48-year-old
man she .charged had raped her
two sisters, age 18 and 9, police
reported yesterday. Police
quoted Linda as saying she killed
Giuseppe Spars when ba threat threatened
ened threatened to assault her.
FOR SALE: Sears 4 burner, gaa
stove 36" wide, new in ceate
$ 1 1 0? See Army Transportation,
Corps Hangar N. 4. Call J J-0099,
0099, J-0099, Panama.
FOR SALE: 195S Automatie
washer "Norge'V Walter Bryner.
Albrook 6285, after 6 p.m.
Household fucaishings and ef effects
fects effects of the late Harry T. Hart
including all typsa of furniture,
tables, dressers, chiffoniers,
chain, wooden liquor cabinet,
Chinese rugs, porch shades, sofa, -clocks,
electric telechron, marine
and 400-day wglass dome,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binoculars, ash trays,, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric iron, soap soap-stone
stone soap-stone plaques, table modal radio,
lamps, bamboo shelves, Chinese
table, Frigidaire, 12 cu. ft., 60
cycle, dinette wfour chairs,
poker sat, pistol, automatic, Colt,
25 caliber, etc. etc. ,.;
Such items 'are. located In the
quarters of the decedent, 0273 0273-B,
B, 0273-B, Gamboa, Canal Zone, and may
be viewed from nine to twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1958 nd nine to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20, 1958.
Written bids may be submitted
either at the place of sale or by
mail to the administrator:
Robert A. Engelka,
CO W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Balboa Heights, C. Z..
On er before December 23, 1958.
Dated at Ancen, Canal Zone
December 8, 1 9 5 8.
FOR SALE: Large Double door
mahogany Wardrobe with full
length Mirrors en each door. Can
ba seen at 241 -A Coco Solo er
POR SALE: Refrigerator, gaa
stove and livingreem set. 17th
Street, Rio Abajo, House 2276-B.
FOR SALE: Bamboo table w
chairs J I bamboo chairs, dreeser,
kitchen table, couch wend ta tables,
bles, tables, Mixmaster. Roaster. House
247 1-D, Cocoli, after 4 a.m.
Phon 25-3 184.
FOR SALE: Matching maho mahogany
gany mahogany vanity" and chett of draw drawers.
ers. drawers. Tel. 2-1591, 0926. Ama Amador
dor Amador Road.
FOR SALE: Horizontal deep deep-freeser,
freeser, deep-freeser, 9 cubic feet, 60 cycle,
$100.00. Phone. Balboa 2-3272.
0920, AmadortaiA i
FOR SALE. 9 foot Phllce elec electric
tric electric refrigerator. Good mecha mechanical
nical mechanical condition. Looks good.
Painted blue. Vary clean. Phone
Panama $-,1648. V r
FOR SALI.Wew Ball Howell
tape recorder model 775. New
Zenith Transoceanic, portable,
radio, phone Balboa 2384, after
FOR SALE: Hollywood double
bed; Servel refrigerator; studio
couch. Call 2-3225 or Qtrs.
0763-H, Williamson Place.
Dies At Age 74
Frederick Headley. a former Pa
nama Canal employe at the La
Boca school, died at his home in
Rio Abajo this morning after
He was 74 years old.
Mr. Headley is survived by his
wife, Albertha, his son George,
and four grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements will be
arranged some time today.
Death Catches Up With Bill Coram
Before He Finishes Autobiography
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK (UPI) Death"
caught up with Bill Corum, one
of the nation's most popular sports
writers, before he could finish his
The 63-year-old New York Jour Journal
nal Journal American columnist, who al also
so also served as president of the Chur Churchill
chill Churchill Downs race track and im impresario
presario impresario of the Kentucky Derby,
died Tuesday night of lung cancer
at St. Luke's, Hospital.
"Try to keep me going so I
can finish my book,' Corum told
his physician and long-time friend
Pr. John S. Davis Jr., only Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday mormng.
"We tried awfully hard and so
did Bill, but it was too late," Dr.'
Davis said. "I asked him, "How
do you feel. Bill?" when I visir.rl
him 'early last night.' He blinked
his eyes a couple of times but
didn't reply. Then he died."
Corum had been in and out of
the hospital since, he contracted
pneumonia during the World Se Series
ries Series in October. He resumed writ writing
ing writing his column about a month a a-go
go a-go but felt so weak h returned
to St. Luke's last week.
The roundfsced, Jolly "amateur
horse player' never saw another
Corum was still i student in
Sealed bids will be received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. No.
24 U. S. Naval Station, Rodman,
C.Z, til 10:00" a.m. ea 19
December 15t time ot bid
opening) for purchase and 're 'removal
moval 'removal ef: cask registers, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, adding machines,, caleo-,
later and stamp machine.
FOR SALE: Zenith Y table
model television. One year old.
$155.00. Phone, Redman 3786.
FOR SALE: Estey Spinet piano,
$200.00, good condition.' Tele-
phone, Panam 2-0729, eaten eaten-rion
rion eaten-rion It or write Rambe. Boa J,
FOR SALE: 1 single Innerspring
mattress, power lawn mower,
latge standing fan, never been,
used Tel. 2-3022, after :00.
FOR SALE: Lionel O Sage, elec electric
tric electric train, 2 engines. 12 cars, 50
track twitches, accessories, good
condition. $55.00, Apt. 0263 -A,
Gamboa, phone 6-586.
FOR SALE Plane, Wurlitxer
Spinet. Excellent condition. Call
"589 Colon 8 to 5.
FOR SALE: One 66"x88
Woven Vicuna Rug. Peruvian
silver picture frames. All brand
new: Must be seen to be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. 41 Street. House No.
2-20, Panama. V
FOR SALE: Baby erehlds, cor corsages,
sages, corsages, bouquets, delivery any anywhere,
where, anywhere, U.S.A., Panama, Canal
Zone. Telephone Pan. 4-1241,
FOR SALE: Refrigerator' Servel
Bar, for boat or patia. Excellent
condition. Works on A.C. or D.
C. current. Homa Tivoli Guest
FOR SALE: Lime Oak T, V.
Delux 21 Alnclt. like new. Coco
FOR SALEi Large 20 foot.
Deluxe. 60 cycle, up-rlpht freex freex-er;
er; freex-er; excellent condition. Used leaf
then one year, phone, fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton $293. ) r:
FOR SALEi Guitar,
FOR SALEi Small Upright
piano, etanderd key eard, very
good condition and tone $375.
Dodge Kingeway sedan J 951
RCA, Hi-Fi player console power
tools, Gamboa 6-336, bouse
FOR $ALE: New 24" TV tube
RCA Silvarama, B3-2127.
FOR SALE: 4-spoed Thorens
turntable. Mo. TD-124, with,,
gray tone arm, Pickering diamond
stereo cartridge. Brand new'., new'.,-Voigtlander
Voigtlander new'.,-Voigtlander prominent' 35 mm
camera, F1 :5 lens, 100 mm tele
lens, with filter, sunshade and ''
viewf inder. Like new. Phone, -'
FOR SALE: A Lionel train, in
good condition, Balboa 4480.
FOR SALE: Ceramics. 12 ft.
refrigerator, mahogany beds,
imported China .crystal, HI-FI,
TV, Pictures, rugs, gas stove,
lamps, books, bookcases. 5 sofas,
20 chairs, kitchen table end
chair eat, 1 0 p.c. mahogany din dining
ing dining room sot, 3 kitchen cabinets,
other items, wardrobe; Call Mike
FUN FOR ALL
BASSFIELD, Miss. (UPI) John
Adam Faler added a teaser to the
invitations to his birthday party
that ought to guarantee near-per
Faler, 86, promised to "danee
and kick up any heels.
college -When he took time out to
serve as an Army private in the
expeditionary force that fought a
gainst Pancho Villa in Mexico in
1916. He quit school sgain when
World War I broke out and later
became the youngest major in the
AEF at the ase of 23.
While serving with the famed
26th Yankee Division in France
Corum received his degree from
the university before going to work
for the New York Times Jn 1920,
Becomes Star Columnist,
Iii 1925.: Corum iKmped' to the
Journal-American at the 'behest
of the late Arthur Brisbane, He
was a baseball writer during his
easiy years ;wui ine 'upurnai-Ame'
ncan, tnen became tne paper
star columnist in 1927.
When Matt Winn, tha ""father
of the Kentucky Derby died to
1949. Corum was named to suc
ceed him as president of Church
will, Downs; Ha would take a leave
of absence from the Journal-Ame
rican each spring to help direct
plans for the Derby vwtf
Corum also becsme well known
as a radio sports commentator,
He served for many' years as s
"color" announcer at the World
Series 'and at championship fights
Amone Coriim's survivors are
his mother, a brother. Clayton
and a son, Robert. Funeral ar
rangements ar incomplete,
FOR $ALE: Lets 500 and 1.000
maters, m the Nuave Hi pod re ma
Urbanisation, acres the Ramea
RacetracluvAtI Iota with street,
'rents, sewage, water main and
electricity.: CaH W, McBarnett.
Small gold rosary, reward offer offered.
ed. offered. Balbea 2-1435, Balboa 2 2-1483.
1483. 2-1483. Green budgie bird-named "Top "Top-pie,','
pie,',' "Top-pie,',' owner can identify. Cell
Balbea 3444. reward.
Boats & Motors
FOR $ALE-loaf. Sea Babe, 15'
'' long 76" team. Cabin, 35
HP Johnson, Controls, trailer.
Hull fiberglassed. Cabin, deck
and gunnels varnish and fiber fiberglass.
glass. fiberglass. Complete outfit for .fish .fishing,
ing, .fishing, water sking or sporting. Pric Priced
ed Priced far guide sale, call 83-2127
after 4:00. Qts. 2151 Curundu.
Civil Rights Group Proceeds'
With Plans For New Hearing
MONTGOMERY, Ala, (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The Civil Rights Commission was
aipparenily proceeding today with
preparations for a subcommittee
hearing here tomorrow despite a
pending court fight to quash its
Aty. Gen. John Patterson, Ala Alabama
bama Alabama governor -. eWct, filed mo motions
tions motions in U. S. District Court Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday on behalf of voter board
members subpenaed- to appear at,
the hearing. Circuit Jung ueorge
Wallace of Clayton filed a simi,
.Col. A.' H; Rosenfeld, in enarge
of preparing the Alabama case,
W-.kinrrtnn "T lrnnm Af
" -V uV: HZ? V:.nt ...
b6iWA been.lnlhi denartmwt sicna
fa, fne iiohamt rE'niirfinT
The civil Kignts commission
held Its first investigation here
Dec. 8 9 into complaints Ne Negroes
groes Negroes were denied voting rights
in Alabama. The hearing was
abruptly ended by the defiance of
state oficials who refused to tes testify
tify testify or surrender records. Wallace
Refused to appear, v
Subpenaed to ancear before the
subcommittee hearing, scheduled
for the jfwrpose of obtaining the
records, were Wallace;' Macon
county Registrars E. P. Living
ston snawaay Kogers;. Barbour
County Registrars J. ,W. Spencer
and W,' A: Stokes Sr. and Bulock
County ; Registrar M. T. Eva na
Wallace's motion for the federal
court to throw -out the subpena
IOr mm 'Was nn armmAm IW-- u.
is a duly elactAH AuAh ..j
".e twmmission lacKs authority to
. nauace nas aUo
refused to surrender tn vmin.
records of Barbour and Bullock
Pattarmn V...J u:.
. ill urioDnr.
ttrt7n. T"15 mouons on
grounds ranging from charges the
subpenas- were illegal to ,n.b
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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New Orleans Service
.V Also Handling RefrlgeraUd and Chtllea Curga, f
New York Servict ; , Arrives
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Dera Aleman wishes to announce
that she is now working at the
El Panama Hilton Beauty Shop,
Tel. 3-414.2. $ l&il&mi; ',
Dr. Antoine Raymonde has re recently
cently recently returned from Europe and
lie fa back again in, his 'office
n Tivoli Avanu No. 18-106.
WANTED Good cook, Avenl Avenl-,
, Avenl-, nida Manuel Veaia Me. 25, Ur Ur-,
, Ur-, banisacion Campp, Aiegre.'
Wanted to Buy
Carpenter shop tools, band saw
and 12 to 18 Inch wheel type
sender. Also V h.p. meter.
Phone Panama 3-6895 days,
TREMQR SHAKIS TOKYO
TOKYO (UPI) 'ihit city nd
its surrounding areas were
shaken r yesterday by a t brief
earth tremor. There were no re reports
ports reports of casualties or damages.
iection that the suboenaed wit
nesses would be "stripped of all
dignity to subject themselves to
television, broadcasts and ther
publicity staged by or with the
sanction ot publicity -agents hire,d
oy tna commission. jt
NAMES ASSISTANT V
WASHINGTON (UPI) ;Presl
dent f, Eisenhower,, yesterday
named Clarence Ludlow Miller of
Kentucky to be assistant secretary
of agriculture. Miller? currently
associate -administrator of the
Commodity; .Stabilization Service.
REGGIO CALABRIA. Italv
(UPI) Police charged with
swinging clubs yesterday to dis
perse 2,000 anery villa eers who
tried to destroy railroad 'line
because ther wanted hishwav
built." Twelve' demonstrator were
reporrea injured in tne clash at
me nearby rail "Junction of San
uregorio. ; t ,
bomers porents If s how they
'..k. Dee. 20
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don't pretend te guarantee
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PHONE THE EXPERTS; I
CRAWFORD AGENCIES i
. 1 Tel. 2-1905
TiveU Avenue Na. 11-20 i
Pretest year heme and preper.
tf against Inaect damage.
Prampt scientific treatment ea
emergency or .monthly budget
basis; Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
WANTED-Piane m very good
condition. Call $-7594 after a
p.m. Aresemena Family.
WANTED TO RENT-Furnlsli.
ed two or three bedroom apart,
meat er chalet, required for
: about I months, near El Panama
Hilten. Phene 3-1660 extensiea
WANTEDh Good cook, two per per-sons,
sons, per-sons, ,,ap B, Tel; $3-3137
6.00 p.m. mn. :
WANTED $nare drum. Tele
Phone 2-1744, Balboa.
NEW VflRtr.' Ttm",it Tmt
American Telephone and 1 Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph stock maintained its 21 21-point
point 21-point gain of the previous session
in an active, higher stock market
tooay. i i
This blue blood of the market
opened on 15,000 shares at 223, un un-chaneed'
chaneed' un-chaneed' from th
Yesterday almost singlehandedly
ma issue jswept tne industrial
average .into record high ground,
" Tnda-tf'l Ananlnir
ral other iarga? blocks Including
iar nypp, a,uw tor Stude
baker-Packard, ( and S.100 for So-
cony Mobiloitall up fractions. A
lonf bst of others with blocks of
1,000' shares Jr jnor dotted the
tape t i'
$ ACF Znd
. .Amer Cyanaihid
; Amer Motors
'Am Tel and Tel
Anaconda Cooper 1
' Canadian Eagle
Cerro de Pasco
a Chance Vought
.. Cities Service
. Coastal Carina
v Creole Pet
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil"
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xii. -aso VrBa
Int. Tel and Tel '
New Eng T and T
. Pan' Israel ; 1
' RCH : ;."
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto 1
. Shell T. and T
" Sigfial Oil and gas, A v
! ASihclair Oil
Socony Mobile ';
Stan 00 N.J.
; Sterling Precision
' Superior Oil :
, Texas Gulf Prod
, Unit Canso Oil
US Rubber ?1
.: US Steel :- e
' Wheeling Steeli
MAMS Aft CursHon Tnl n..
2,000 resident of Mansbo yesterday
uu pecii reason to ceieorate tne
birth, ef a daughter to Mr. and
we, urunnar; nonanaer TWO, aiVS
ago! She is the first girl born la
fVaa iaAaMt 1 1at haka
Srigota Ah', conditioner
yJor ; lutornobllaa"
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, 1951 V
TRRR1 AND TBI PIRATES
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r ..uLT MUI. WORK-These women work in a laundry
but they aren't ironing. They're using radiation contera to
make sure that radioactive contairffnants have been removed
from protective clothing in the "hot" laundry at the Hanford.
Wash., atomic plant. .An average of 2?0.000 pounds of ciwhini
ta laundered each month- at the plant, operated b, General 1
EfTS '"' Atomic Energy Commission. This special cloth-
We Will Remain
for the month
rtillpf nfe la filled vtth kralaea,
Vpf i(ra WI4 !? W" home Hke new.
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For Nuclear Test Ban
PARIS, Dec. 18 (UPI) U. -S. Secretary of State John FosterDulle ai(f today'
ttie West still hopes for an agreement w ith the' Soviets to ban jiucleac, tesj wplc
tion's. ... j
He said he was 'fairly confident" th at one would be reached.- v v
But he told the North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) council session here that any
such agreement must be policed by a wa tertight control system.
Dulles made this statement in a report to,th NATO council' on the seven-weeks-old
East-West talks in Geneva. ?
The secretary said "some progress" had been achieved toward a nuclear 'test 'test-Ins
Ins 'test-Ins ban but he warned that Western and Soviet views on this still "differ sharply."
The U.S. and Britain, he declared, can noV accept the Soviet posjtion'in .it
present' form." .. .J' ,1
' Throughout ? the Geneva talks
the Soviets have demanded that
the West should sign an immed immediate
iate immediate pledge to end nuclear tests
for all time. The West refuses to
do so without built in controls to
police the agreement.
Dulles said the Soviets have
"moved a long way" towards the
Western positions. He predicted,
however, that there will be furth further
er further long, drawn-out talks when the
Geneva nuclear conference re-
. gumes after the New Year.
income climbed to an all-time
high in 1958 while the real buying
power of consumers dipped slight slightly
ly slightly because of higher prices, the
Commerce Department reported
yjYepartment stimated in incomes
comes incomes were up 1 per cent from
1957, due mainly to higher gov government
ernment government benefit payments. Qn
the other hand, it said the rise
was not enough to offset or con consumers
sumers consumers a 2Vi per cent boost in
the cost of living.
The department's latest report
n wcomes bolstered the view of
government economists tha ttne
nation's economy had gained pre pre-irecession
irecession pre-irecession proportions nd w a s
poised on the threshold of new
One top level source estimated
the cross national product the
total value of all goods and serv services
ices services produced n the nation nation-would
would nation-would be t an annual rate of 453
billion dollars in the final three
month of the year.
Even when this estimate was
adjusted to allow for price in increases,
creases, increases, the figure was just a
hade below the mid-1957 record.
"t The Commerce Department
based its full-year estimate on in incomes
comes incomes on actual 11-month totals.
It said personal income in -No-vember
climbed to a record high
' i tv fourth time in five
months. It estimated the total at
an even 360 billion aoiiars,
S0MCTOIM6 SECMCP TO Tf
PUMPTHb HOTMU5H UN
in -fr i-x 1 -
I mTTDiie DaO
''But: the? West-
he told tne inaiu meeung.
niiiLt id th situation If
"less satisfactory" in the paral parallel
lel parallel Geneva talks on prevention
if surprise attacks. He said the the-Soviets
Soviets the-Soviets are determined to turn
them into "political confer
nee" but that the West will not
agree to this.
Dulles also renewed his invita invitation
tion invitation to the NATO council to hold
its tenth anniversary session in
Washington from April 1 to 3.
High In 1958
500,000,000 above October and the
largest monthly advance since be before
fore before the business slump.
The bulk of the November in increase
crease increase -eflected higher employ
ment and longer work weeks in
the automobile, metals and ma machinery
chinery machinery industries, which were
slowed down by labor disputes in
Personal income includes wages
and salaries, dividends, interest,
rents and income from proprie proprietorships
torships proprietorships and partnerships.
Based on the ll-monm ngures,
the department said, total person personal
al personal income ould reach 53 bil
lion dollars for the ear, ims
wuld ompare with 348 Duuon
The department said wages and
caim-ioc this vpr ran at an an
nual rate nf 23fi.fi00.000.000 in the
first 11 months of the year. This
was slightly below tne mb,iwv
000,000 recorded in i95.
Wages and salaries m govern govern-industries
industries govern-industries were
higher, but these increases could
nnf nffcot fhs Vipaw cutbacks' in
the manufacturing, the chief fo
cal point of the recession.
Although ... officials generally
were optimistic about the econ economy,
omy, economy, they were quick to point out
that not every industry had re
covered from the recession,
which they agreed started in Sep September,
tember, September, 1957, and "bottomed out"
A Yuletide Story
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Pulitzer and Nobel Prize--Vfinning story
rjlaara Anndl ITCue
(hp NATO Dh lsrt'.w known
as the "Treaty of "Washington"
and was signed there in 1949.
NATO secretary general Paul Paul-Spa
Spa Paul-Spa ak of Belgium -thanked Dulles
"special-effort''- he made in com
ing to the fans conference so
shortly after his illness.
Canadian external" affairs min minister
ister minister Sidney Smith suggested to
the council that, they should take
the opportunity to visit Canada
after the Washington conference.
Smith said they -would be "very
I nlnetir funis IMnv hpinff lifted
as smudge-proof," p 6 1 iti.v-.1
means of identificatioo. Devel Devel-j
j Devel-j oped by the UJS. Army Quer Quer-I
I Quer-I termasterw. Corps, the: ast' ,is
I made by spraying the finger
I tip with a liquid nylon com-
t puunu wfiivn iwraens fn, swr
I onds'aud then iseisily reiwmd
. -l u : i
4:56 6:54 8:52
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AT THE KEYBOARD Is Balboa High School music director, Victor Herr, rehearsing two of his
soprano soloists. Joaline Clare and Vena, Bennett. Joaune and Vena will be featured in solo
and duet tonight at the Balboa Theater when the BBS music department presents its 38th an an-nual
nual an-nual Christmas program. ' -1 -
In Seating Segregationist Write-In Winner
House Elections Committee rec
ommended to the House yester-
Aa-u t.liat. ft' rpfiiso g KPftt to see-
regStlbnist Dale: Alford pending
a"th0rougn invfsugauon oi ma
narrow defeat of Eep. Brooks
In a -reporf adopted by a 3-2
vote the committee said Irregu Irregularities
larities Irregularities charged In Alford's
write-iri Tictbrv were so serious
and of such magnitude that a
f ull Investigation oerore opening
of Congress Jan. 7 was impossi
Therefore, the committee
recommended Alford "be asked
to stand aside and be not seat seated
ed seated until a thorough Jnvestiga-.
tion- of this matter, including
all question of fact and law,
be undertaken and completed
hy the Congress.
rpv. : r,m?nttto nnlit on sec
- ,VA "I
tinoi tiob ithonsh Havs urced
In a statement to the committee
before the ;yote that it considw
the ase stticwy on us merus
tanri fcrnmWftnv lmnlicatlons 3
to segregation. !!;!
But the imai outcome snowea
two Northern Republicans and a
Vnrf.Viprn Tipmocrat votlnsr a-
gainst permitting Alford to tak,e
nis seat, tne group s iwo duuui.
om npmncrftts voted for spatins
the Little Rock, Ark., segrega segregationist.
tionist. segregationist. Signing the majority Teport
were Reps. Kenneth B. Keating
(K-n.x.i, Davis s. uennison jr.
(R-Ohio)-and Thomas B. O'Neill
BY WALT SCOTT
"Gentleman Cambrioleur" I
If 1 1
. THE MARVELLOUS
Committee R ecom mends Delay
Th6 other two members,
Chairman rlifford Tiavls (D-
Tenn.) and Rep. Robert E, Jones
Jr. (D-Aiaj, signea a aissentmg
The minority report dj no
Southerners said there was no
reason to adopt the "high un unusual"
usual" unusual" procedure of denying a
seat to the apparent winner of
the election when he already
haff been certified by the state
Davis and Jones said the ma
jority report was unjustified in
calling ror Ma departure irom tne
long established and welt recog recognized
nized recognized procedure" under which
Alford would be seated.
They agreed "further Investi Investigation
gation Investigation is Justified-in? this mat matter"
ter" matter" but; said thai so- far they,
had teen no evidence before the
committee of fraud.
Alford defeated Hays,' the reg.
ular Democratic nominee. In a
last-minute write-in "campaign
with the support of Gov Orval
' Havs. who said Paubus was
the "controlling and deciding In
fluence in my defeat," agreed
that Improper', election practices
gave Alford his harrow victory
edge. ;;" ''
But he' told the committee he
would not formally contest the
The committee acted in the
'Alford ease at the same time
, it decided unanimously against
interfering in the election de defeat
feat defeat of Rep..Coya Knutson (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) who said she lost be because
cause because her opponent duped her
husband into a "Coya come
The last lawmaker denied his
seat in an election contest was
the late Sen. Theodore (The
Man) Bilbo (D-Miss.). Bilbo, un.
def fire for alleged Irregularities
in his election; had to stand a-
side at the beginning of the, 1947
session pending investigation of
the charges against him.,
DONATE SHRIMP SHRIMPS
NEW IBERIA, La. (UPI)-School
authorities hope local' students
like seafood.. 1
State game agents have contrib contributed
uted contributed four tons of undersized
shrimp, confiscated ; from New
Iberia fishermen, to school lunch
rooms. j l
FRENCH BALLET! V
But his Seat was withheld
without prejudice 'and he was
permitted to draw his pay. Bil Bilbo
bo Bilbo died while the investigation
was still in progress.
Befnr t.h JWhn affair the
most recent' denial' nf a- Rpnat.p
seat involved William S. Vare,
s On Dec. 8 1B2Q th RAnate
fnrmallv ripnipH Van, Vila ut
1 vrj A.KJ .VOHV,
confirming a tentative decision
uweu .two years earner wnen ne
was iorcea to stand aside pend
ing a committee investigation.
To Visit Billing
Section Of FyL
S6mp 30 -mpmhprn tho Rnp'ta
tv of Aepounlainta hearieH hv'thnir
ipresident, Braulio Vasquezr will
set a tirst hanrt vianr nf Panama
Fuerzk v Lut Co. automatic Wllino-
procedures phen they visit th?
Particular attention will be to-
cusea on two machines- the type
604-4 electronic calculator and the
type 405 accounting machine. Both
of these machines play a vital role
in the company',, customer billing
j. i. i i .
j-iem wnicn is tuny automatic.
Several "test" bills win b& pro
cessed from the meter card.
marked with sensitized -pencil to
me imai dui to give a comprenen comprenen-sive
sive comprenen-sive and practical demonstration
to me visitors.
Rogelio E. Alfaro, manager of
International Business Machines
of Panama, will be present to
answer questions about the ma machinery
chinery machinery while .Norman Kwai-Ben,
Daniel Driscoll, Csmilo Martinez,
ana Antonio Kamos of the t uerza
s tiuz conduct the demonstration,
R ELEAS E
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certain that Mao Tse-tung's decision to step down as head of the I
" w dijtc uib
until a week laten "
Dnrinr those seven days, aecrirdin- to the Red New' China t
News Arencv. Communisi nfhnriti Mart. ...i. i. 7 J
- - ...UK. lyiucuuMH eiiori i
to fet the news to as many people as; possible. -A.--. J
'"The contents of. the decision vere onreyed to the nennl 5
of all nationalities and aU Kction- in the -tm& mSl'ISffi
come to the people rsteit
No Indication Wa plven whv
the Communists did not want
the news "to come tq the. people
.it may he, however, that-the
nntYiTnunffits Hid tint urant tn wfvo
the nation any further cause for
unrest and: resentment. 1 v
. Sudden disclosure of Mao's
been interpreted as a Mao demo-
Mao Is highly respected, and
In 'some cases revered, by the
people.- Any action taken a a-gatost
gatost a-gatost him would be likely-to
cause widespread repercus repercussions.
sions. repercussions. ".'"
Tn Mntrnn ftnvlot Ipariara now
nothing -unusual' today, in Mao's
decision to give up the presiden presidency
cy presidency of Communist China to de
vote uis i un yime w uoiuiuuuiat
Moscow radio steered clear of
all comment on Mao's decision,
carrying onijr tne text oi a yel yelping
ping yelping news agency report on Red
China's enoch makine party
Yic 'Too Jealous
Divorce Is Granted
S AtJTi Twn"WTr A.. Calif. fTJPI
Vic Damone was "insanely
jealous" during the stormy
course of their four year mar mar-riaup
riaup mar-riaup Pipr Anspli said vesterday
in winning a default divorce from
the handsome singer. ;
..ij t.j.,iln tv,. TmAn ner
had reason to doubt her love. But
oh. Y n,nnlif iU. tlt at all
one aniu lie niM r
hours' of the. night when she was
Miss An'gell said when she-ob
jected, Damone Vould say, "Well,
well J vvy. .v .
Tha actress 'said she became
tense and could no longer wont
or eat properry.
Superior Judge 0 r 1 a n d 0 tf.
DhnI.B nronla1. tha. nivfirpft Hfl-
xvnuuca ,1 uu.vu ... -v
cree. The couple earlier reached
a property settlement, after fail failing
ing failing in cpvaral attemots to Patch
up their marital difficulties.
Tney separatea last August.
TTnAai. tha BOrePITlPnt Mill
UUUd ...V C ... --, -
Angeli was awarded 25 per cent
Of Damone 8 gross annual urane
up to Oct. Ji; 1960;not to exceed
$21,000 per vear. Anofher provis provision
ion provision is that the actress retain cus cus-today
today cus-today of the couple's- three-year-old
son, Perry, and $500 a month,
for his support. v
Miss Angeli also 5 was" awarded
the family's home and furnish
ings. I'vnfff- 1
ho sWn3 "Lie
sfoty on page ,8
inuun-i 3u million population
' "Vrv" wcc. iv bj tne unmese com
' " ""ett UT i
. Western observers said noth-
Ing in the nature of Commu Communism
nism Communism demand, that rn... : i
. nist party leader also be head
urc government party. i
Thev 'recaliprt that Mniib. t -. :
nln.vwho 'headed both and tht
TnlZt it m 1116 union j
SJn was party chief nil'
elusive y from; the time of Le-
nln's death, to -1939: He assumed
then .to guide the country in tha
war against Germany.
Nikita Khrushchev, the pres-
ent nartv lpftnVn.
so held the party Job. alone un-
tu he took over from Premier t
oiai BWganin early this year,'
There was no thought In
Moscow that Mao's relinquish-
nr ?,e ?n,n Presidency
would affect his status in thi
Prty hierarchy.?' t
Mao is regarded here as one of
most authoritative Marxist theo! J
fedem-Soviet Un Un-ion.
ion. Un-ion. Hisvtheoretleal works hava
been published and widely eirou,
laed in Russia.
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