The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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- BERLIN, Dec. 20 (UP.)-East German Communist
today haMmered away t th them that the Western Al Allied
lied Allied refusal to get out of West Berlin hasprofuced a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous powder keg situation.' -
The Communists themselves showed no sign of readi readiness
ness readiness to Compromise. They said the West must back down
If the danger of war Is to be eradicated, ft ft-a
a ft-a 'The Communists' tougj. statements, could be merely
bluff, part of a war of nerves to getv they West to accept
Soviet proposals to make West Berliri. a demilitarized free
city.' 4 '
But if It was a bluff, Western observers, said the Corh Corh-munists
munists Corh-munists were going dangerously .far.

Niw threats, aeainst the vTVest
were made bv the CommimiR to
day in a ollowup tft statement
bv Gen. M. Zaharov, Soviet arm
ed forces ommander in Germa
H laid lt night h Soviat
army will inflict a devastating
rffftat en Western Allied ti'oopa
If they attempt to break a new
Berlin blockade, ,
Meanwhile in I'aris, Paul-Henri
Spaak of Belgium, secfetary-gen
ral of the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization- (N. TO), warned tie
free west not w, start o.own ma
path of surrender to Soviet threats
"We cannot abahdon the two
"and a half mUlioa Citizens of West
Berlin, Snaak fold a final se-
gion here of the seven-nation West
em European Jnion (WEU) as assembly.
sembly. assembly.
The 89 v man : assembly gave
Mm r vatiin, But- it listened
.in, silent te his statement thai
"surrende li. Berlin would pre
pare suFrHerf Jn-'tiix'embeuro
" Destnark; Norwa. B'olum and,
all the' way Across Europe."
The .ssemblyis conwosed f
parlimentariansi Tom Britain, Us-
Americans Richer
In 1958, Bui Cash
Wa$'Vomiae
" A r. r r'
! WASHINGTON (U1PI) Ameri Americans
cans Americans had more cash in their
pockets this year than ever be before
fore before in historyv Bu,t it didn't buy
as much as what they had last
year.-'
The Commerce Department re reported
ported reported Wednesday night 4hat pe
4Sonal income this year rose an
estimated '1 per cent higher
than last year mostly due to
higher federal benefit payments.
However, the department said
the increase failed to offset i 2V4
per cent increase In the cost of
living. f ' r
The report underlined, that the
dollar bar' continued to shrink in
value a situation 'that has
caused Senate Democratic lead leaders
ers leaders to call for a full investiga investigation
tion investigation of means to curb inflation.
The report also bolstered the
, view of government economists
who believe the nation's economy
has', gained pre-recession propor proportions
tions proportions and is poised on the thresh threshold
old threshold of expansion to 'new highs."
One top-level source estimated
that the -gross national product'
tne ioiai vame oi au gooas ana
services produced in the nation
wouia nit an annual rate of 3
billion dollars in the final three
months of the year.
Evea when this estimate is ad ad-JuEted
JuEted ad-JuEted to allow for 1 price in
creases, the figure is just; a shade
toelow tne mid-1957 recora.
The 4 commerce Department
based its lull-year estimates on
eitual 11-month totals. ..;
Cape Canaveral
Getting Jumpy

CAPE CANAVERL, Pla".('Dae.
30 UPI)-An air-to-ground mis mis-i
i mis-i slle fired from a 'jet plane with,
out advance warning caused r a
. : minor, sensation at this, rocket-
' "conscious m ImIIo Instel ation
. yesterday. L
Hundreds of persons "dashed
.. utlde to see what had tiappen
,,, ed when, the missile. Was ,fired
' by an Air. farce. 4t. high over
'"-the Cape.' yAa-i-'.
; The report shook houso wind windows
ows windows for, miles around,' and resU
dents were still umpy from
4 Thursday night's' secret launch"
Vlmr ,af the Arlas Satellite. ;
: v,' The A.F, finally calmed ierves
... wlfh terse. announcement that
"an Air, Forte air-to-ground, test,
' X vehicla wal launched from a et
aircraft ever Cape Canaveral,
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ly, -France, Wes Germany and
the Benelux eountries seven na nations':
tions': nations': welded by the WEU treaty
into a "NATO, within NATO."
. The Benelux, countries are Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Neth Netherlands.
erlands. Netherlands. e
Red PresTAIIacks
NATO) Decisions
bri Berlin Question
' MdSCOW. Bee. 20 fUPIWThe
Russianpress today claimed that
NATO meeting has decided on a
course of intensifying the Cold
War."- -
The official ,: oartv newsoaoer
Pravda and IzvesUa,, the official
organ oi the governmenK auo at attacked
tacked attacked NATO for its decisions on
the Berlin ouestinn.
' Izvestia said "the leaders of the
Atlantic union arc turning the rud
der sharply towards an intensifi
cation oruie com war."
It "added that 4'the Berlin aueB-
tion ismerely a. thinly veiled pretext-for
such, a turn;.
The Soviet proposals with re
gard to Berlin are, aimed at doing
awaywith .the danger of a hot hot-bed
bed hot-bed of war in the center of Eu Eu-ope,,'
ope,,' Eu-ope,,' Uvestia -said.' "Fully rea
luiing how. unfounded and -unstable
are .tneir. positions in this question,
western powers. : like desnerat
gamblers, are prepared to stake
everything; on Berlin. ;
"They are anempting to 'inti 'intimidate'
midate' 'intimidate' .the Soviet Upion and
make It ,'desist' from its just de demands."
mands." demands." i
But. the eovernmpnt-Arunn n.
ded. "who can get into his head
the idea thatthe Sovie: Union will
be afraid of these cardsharpers'
threats?"
2 British Airmen
Killed J Wounded
By Mine In Cyprus
' rflCOSlA'CyPrW'Dec. 20 (UPI)
Two British 'airmen were killed
ywen a pressure mine Dlanted hi
the road, leading to an Air Force
outpost in northeastern Cyprus
wrecked the jtrivk in which they
were traveling, r ,
They were the first Britons kil kil-led
led kil-led on this bloodsoaked Mediter
ranean island since the Greek
Eoka underground threatened four
days ago to kill English soldiers
and civilians if Gov. Sir Hugh Foot
tried to carry out Britain's "part "partnership"
nership" "partnership" plan for the administra-
uon ot Cyprus;
. Sneak Attack
tyei before Private tnvMtir..
tor Jim Bennett takes the Hute
Howell ease he la slurred from:
behind and pushed Into the cold
waters of lake Erie. Whs hap.
pens -after he roe to- work is s
M In one of the thrilllnf mur. f
dor mysteries of the near-,
Hond-Pickgd for Murder
".fit
0y Robert Martin ;
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CHRISTMAS comes to Fort Gullck in little packages' as well as big. MUton J. Halley, post postmaster
master postmaster of the Fort Gulick PostOffice, Is showa with the beginning; ot the Christmas mail.
" ' , (U.S. Army Photo )

CHRISTMAS CHEER'- I

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For Deaf, Blind
ThA rasa del Periodista will be
the scene of a Christmas party
for the deaf.' blind and mentally
retarded children the republic
of Panama at 7 p.m. .luesoay,
Bnnnsnrprt hv Members 1 of the
S34th Military f olice Company and
the 1SI BauieMroufij' emu iiu.u-
tmv i s armv i;ariDoeau.
AWoximately 250 children and
their teachers will be present at
the festivity; The MP's and -tne
battle group will provide gifts and
refreshments4 for the' children.
ronkn nf both organizations wiu
hat th cakes ana prepare sou
drinks. '""'!.'''". ' "-V'"
ni f th MP' will olay San'
ta Claus. His sleigh will be a jeep
,.( it, nart. nf four ieeo carav'nn
fransmnrtinff 'his assistants and
cnniip to the Casa. He Will
shoulder the traditional gift bag,
enter the hall' and distribute pre
sents to the unotrtunate cnuaren.
The party was organized Jy
Chaplains fa.) Edward A.: Koz Koz-wsvr
wsvr Koz-wsvr frrtrt Clavton. and fCapt.V
Louis Karry, Fort Kobbe, with the
assistance, of Mrs, Maria D. De De-Moreno.
Moreno. De-Moreno. secrefafy nd adminis
trator of the- Special Rehabilits
tion School. ,,
Candy-pane Xmas
Ttrn a eanav-Ciine Christmas a-
Ancoiri and Balboa.
On Herrick Heights, the wind
ing road up to the homes of Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas 'medicbs is; ined on both sides
with bis red-and-white sticks of
what could be, candy as tall as, a
man' head. "'
Candv-eanes are a standout in
the front door d porch decora
tions ..along Balboa Prado.
ftut the hieeest canes of all are
at the Balboa firehoUse. There
two royal palms have been paint painted
ed painted white almost uo to their frond
Then strincs of smraled red lights
hung around them set the note for
the holiday.
The Canal Zone's official tree
is also decorated.
It's the pyramid-like tree in
front of the Balboa Heights Rail Railroad
road Railroad Station.' Each year the Elec
trical Division decks it out in Col-;
ored lights: And ; when that happens-
Christmas is here. n
. Zone kids at school in northern
climates send t homesick thought
back to this tree as truly as lf.it
were a snow -frosted spruce or fir.
. It's really a "pandanus' tree,
and is an offshoot of a South pa pacific
cific pacific tree .family far' removed
from Christmas tradition.
, Christmas is popping put ail ov over
er over earlv this vearj ; :
' Deer are being herded into po
sition on the Pouce station lawn.
Stv' Mary, Mission nearby ..has
a lovely big nativity picture' above
its door. The Wirt memorial ; has
an outsida tree and figures. -The
electrical Division has stars' and
Unga;;";Ml&,:.'';;','
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. vi;V MONDAY, DEC; .22 ;
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Fort Clayton
Ten days of special' Christmas
activities have been planned at
the Fort fClayton Service Club,
according to 1 the club's director,
Mrs. Betty Habersuck.
Yesterday afternoon was devot devoted
ed devoted to a Christmas tree decorating
party and the monthly chef's
night was a Christmas cookie bake
m the club kitchen.
Todav ? there will be a cof
fee Call at 9 a.m. a special high
fidelity recording of H a n d e l's
"Messiah" will be heard liegin
nine at 1:30 p.m. and the Christ
mas Variety Show will start at
8 p.m. Los Inseparables, a popu
Iar Latin-American group from
Fort Gulick, will open the pro
gram, to be followed by "Holl
day Heat Wave," a revue spon
sored and produced by the Fort
Clayton Service Club Enlisted
Men's Advisory Council. The show
will include vocal soloists, quar
tets, a guitarist and several com
edy.acts.
"Holiday Heat Wave' wilt fea feature
ture feature Pfc. Merle de Weese, as
master of ceremonies and, is di
rected by Private Al Hazen.
A big Christmas bingo is sched
uled for tomorrow beginning at
4. H. 4-4, t.4.
i.ju p.m. unnstmas -carol sine-
ine will commence at 6:30 p.m.
The annual Christmas dance
will be held on Tuesday, beein beein-ning
ning beein-ning at p.m. with music by Wal
ter Woods and his orchestra
Santa Claus is scheduled to make
his appearance during the. eve eve-nine's
nine's eve-nine's festivities. i
An open house will be held all
evening on Christmas eve. Delr
ohine Williams will play the pia-
th CMrMmm nni and
an eggnog party will begin at 9
p.m. Coffee and doughnuts are
to be served after, midnight
mass. A special invitation is ex
tended to all residents at Fort
Clayton to stop in during the
evening. ,...-,
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served again on Christmas morn-
in at 9 o'clock and open house
will be held all day.
fhrfetmafl aptivltiaa af 4Tia ITrirt
Clayton Service Club include a
Hour and picnic to Ano Azul Riv
er Friday afternoon. A trip to
view Christmas decorations in
the Canal Zone and nacinuentos
in churches in Panama City is
scheduled for that evening. The
afternoon tour will begin at 1 o'
clock and the evening tour at 6
o'clock. ;
Friday and Saturday, Dec. "27d
and 28 will be devoted to the
"Hobby Roundup' sponsored i by
the Fort -Clayton Service Club
Enlisted Men's Advisory Council.
Glee Club:
The Modern Art Glee Club will
present its first yuletide program
this afternoon at 3: '0 in the new
JklKS UUD m tUO AQIJO. '." ...t
The program will inrlude vocal
soloa hv i Wilhrt Smith. Stanlnv
Hall; Verhott Cox, Helena Dawson,
tn; aaauion, to group singing and
instrumental solos bl nianist Seth
Rose, wh6 will Dlay. ibe Warsaw

Balboa Lions
Balboa Lions Club staged their
annual Christmas party at the Asi Asi-lo
lo Asi-lo de Nuestra genora Orphanage
at 1 p.m.. today
Each one pf 06 children will re receive
ceive receive a special Christmas Dackaep

from Santa Claus,
After the distribution of gifts,
cake, . ice crem and candy was
served. Later; the singing of ca carols
rols carols was enjoyed by all.
Karlofff Niece
With Son's
Throat-slash Death
HASLEMERE, England, Dec.
20; (UPI) Police today charged
Mrs. Diana Bromley, attractive
niece of horror actor Boris Kar-
loff, with murdering one of her
two sons who were found in was
in the family home with their
throats slashed.
The bodies of Martin John. 13.
and Stephen, 10, were found by
their father Thursday night. Mrs.
Bromley was in the drawing room,
also with a throat wound.
Shewas taken before a magist
rate in nearby Guilford today and
formally charged with the murder
of Martin. It is normal English
legal practice to file only one
charge in multiple killings.
Mrs, Bromley, 39, appeared pale
and ill as she stood before the ma
gistrate. Detective Inspector
George Cornish told the court that
front inquired he made "I was sa satisfied
tisfied satisfied she had caused the death"
of Martin.
Zone Outfits

To Salvation Army's School For Blind

The Fort Clayton Thrift Club
Association yesterday again made
way to the Salvation Army School
for the Blind in Panama City to
treat, the blind its students, for
Christmas.
After having loaded their sta
tion wagon and a car the nine la ladies
dies ladies moved off with a Military Po
tion wagon and a car, the nine la la-lice
lice la-lice and later a National Guard
escort,
two large ana wen cone turk
eys with trimmings and sweets
were 'soon on the table, special specially
ly specially decorated for the occasion.
Miss DeCastro. the Braille teach
er and herself blind, spoke words
of gratitude to the visiting folk
trom -Fort Clayton m. Temple-
ton,i Vena Carter, Louse Heck-
enger, Betty Dowel, Phyllis Paf1
enberg, Evelyn- Puice, Lillian
Moncha Irene Ettershank. In ad
dition to trimming the tree the
Visitors stayed and ( served ,,the

Pilots' Walkout
Grounds Nation s
Biggest Airline
CHICAGO, Dec. 20 (UPI) A
coast-to-coast pre-holiday walk

out or 1500 American Airlines pf
lots grounded the nation's larg largest
est largest fleet of airliners at one min
ute to midnight last night.
The strike at American, cop cop-pled
pled cop-pled with twin strikes by the
flight engineers and machin machinists'
ists' machinists' onions at Eastern Air Airlines,
lines, Airlines, left only two of the na nation's
tion's nation's "Big Four" air carriers carriers-United
United carriers-United and TWA to handle
the Christmas travel rush on
what is normally the busiest
weekend of the year.
Marathon talks between com
pany representatives and nego
tiators for the Air Line Pilots
Association were "suspended in
definitely" at 1:08 a.m. following
almost steady negotiations for
17 hours.
Even should a settlement be
reached early, however, Amer American
ican American said it would be out of op operation
eration operation for at least a week,
missing the Christmas rush.
An American spokesman said
the line has cancelled all flights
tnrougn Dec. 26 ana would con
tinue to cancel seven days a.
head.
This was so booked passengers
would not he kept on edge by
day-to-day developments In neg negotiations,
otiations, negotiations, the spokesman said.
American said it- also had
placed an embargo on all freight
and express flights until further
notice.
American said it would accept
reservations beyond the seven-
dayjlmit. ,;
Scoufs Catch Uo
WifhWaifino
Of Good Deeds
Canal Zone Boy Scouts accom
plished a vast good deed yester
day which should amply make up
for any deed-less days during the
coming year.
They acted as hosts to 450 Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian children Irtw orphan orphanages
ages orphanages in the Panama Citv area who
were invited into the Canal Zone
and shown the Christmas treat of
their lives.
The- were ferried in by Army
and Air Force Buses which first
dropped them at the Balboa Stad-
ium.
An Army helicopter slid unob
trusively out of Albrook and des descended
cended descended in triumph in the stodium
area with a red-gowned Sant a
Claus who organizers hoped the
orphans would believe came from
the North Pole.
Meanwhile, the Christmas at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere was heloed bv the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Junior High School band.
Then the children and Santa
Claus, who rode in a jeep, and
Boy Scouts and soldiers carrying
regimental colors made a gigan gigantic
tic gigantic congo-line and tramped to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Theatre. And all sorts of oth other
er other children whose mom and po po-had
had po-had a big pile of Christmas pre presents
sents presents tuckeH awiv for them at
home a couple of blocks away and
who would get a second or pos possibly
sibly possibly a third helping of turkey on
Christmas day, ioineo the or orphans
phans orphans because, after all, nobody
likes being left out of a Christmas
treat.
At Bilboa Theatre they cheer cheered
ed cheered Mighty Mouse and conjouring
tricks and sang songs.

Bring Christmas Spirit

dinner. After singing a couple of
Christmas Carols, joined by the
students. Mrs. Vena Carter sooke
On behalf of the Clayton group.
rnoay we uaiDoa women's
Club headed by two of its former
presidents,;;, Mrs. Peggy Parker
ind Mrs. Saarinen, as well as the
current president Mrs. Herring
and other prominent ladies from
Balboa, went to the School for the
Blind with a tree and all the fan fancy
cy fancy decorations. Here again the
students were treated to a turkey
dinner, Ice cream and sweets.
Useful gifts and food parcels for
their homes were also given.
:' After a lot of carol singing a
check was presented by Mrs. Har Harriet
riet Harriet L. Tewinkle, representing, the
Orchid Chapter No. 1 of the O.-
- British Air also again present presented
ed presented a check toward School for the
Blind,'"" ':

Airline Strike Wont

Ground

Colleq

MIAMI Dec. 18 (UPI) U.S. air carriers believe
they win be able to handle the annual Christmas rush of
tonal Zone and Latin American college students from

".a luuiury to rnfcir nomes. j f
Some will speed homeward as far as Miami in let I
planes Nationals Boeing 707 pure jets and Capital's'
Viscoupt pro-jets. Others may be delayed, however; i J
T5e.,?h sjrts this weekend iwith the biggest con 1
Hke 'am,;EaSf Air'ineS 9Aunded " long ., f
wi li til TnJ- 0 Lt,tT a.ttendi"9 wlleaes jn the U.S,.
:"tottu7h.as the jumpin9 off pface f" Pa- :
Pnn American, the largest carrier from Miami IsfS
La hn Amenta, say, it will be able to handle every I I
CfcW ,s reachin9 Mlami
- KThf t1""'. rier? who ar the main FoW tf
M,r'. n the sence of Eastern ore

u Lr.in rinn ninrfHun..
Northeast renorts it Ik hnnA
solid wim ITS nraeant
through the Chnstmas holidays,
This includes extra section, whi r.h
the airline plans to run with tti
present equipment.
Buf rthe .airtina reports., that' It
hopes ,to announce the addition1 If
ext-a equipment to its service m
a few days. ;
.:.; It all depends en whether we
flat the new equipment," a
spokesman said. "We are soing
to be pressed for apace if we
don't get it."
Northeast serves Miami from
New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Washington and Montreal though
PEP KID Pert Peppi Haus-i
man appears to be living up to
her name as she does a fancy
leap on the sands at Miami
Beach, Fla. j
Vocal solos were rendered by
two students and all Joined in a
few more Christmas-carols. To Together
gether Together with the staff, Maj. Sund Sund-Berg,
Berg, Sund-Berg, Senior Capt. Rhodes and
Mrs. Maj. Bishop. Mrs. Bishop
closed the days festive occasion
with prayer.
The blind folk who meet onee a
week in the Masonic Temple on
13th Street are enjoying the sup support
port support on various groups both in
Panama and in the Canal Zone,'
None of the School's staff is sal salaried.
aried. salaried. The cost of the weekly
luncheon and a bus for R',o Aba Aba-jo,
jo, Aba-jo, In addition to their weekly
pocket-money, amounts to a con considerableamount
siderableamount considerableamount every month.
Both the Balboa WOmens' Club
and Fort Clayton Thrift Club As Association
sociation Association give monthly donations
toward expenses of the Salvation
Army School for the Blind in Pa Panama
nama Panama City,,

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aecuoni on &:i f-M,
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reports there
some flights, r
ed arouad Cu
tfH?.. .tc;cvei u nav r-
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3 man auaK-Cflri.
rush. -04 Jt
Th Boeing 707 lata
National It operative i I T
York t u.-.; rms.,rom Kw
i?elt4i' w?h big carrier a.
l bun, .B demand "
. "e ieei we will hm w
tak c 11 .;
said Ed BiXT6 SftSS r
the extra sections needed
ihere may be some delay but
11 a Ut w WMk Civ.
H Aeronaotics Board also ha.
irthorixad Northwest, TWA ami
Capital airline, to fly IM?.
TlrJ01 the CWrtaui rush, the
Federal agency has authorized
non-scheduled airlines to add 10
more trips from New York to Mia"
flJlfE? ArUines had npJ i
3m. Pa?fengers ifato and out
nM wl dailr Sning Jan.
and that is a argei order for thi
other air carriers to add to their
services.
Cardinals dishing, i
O'Hara Leave Rome
By Plane For U.S.
ROME, DEc. 20 (UPI-. Two
new American Cardinal 4a
farewell to Rome today after a
week of Vatican function, whlok
installed them as Drince of th
Roman Catholic church. .''
Richard Cardinal Cushing, Are
bishop of Boston, and John Cardl. 1
nal O'Hara. Archbishnn Phil.'
dtelphia, scheduled afternoon W
pratures by plane with scores of
pnesis ana lay pilgrims from thei
tnri.tnpiA Tf
territories.
In one of his last official eM
1
fiastical acts before leavins KAMA
Cairdinai Cushing was ordaining a
young Boston seminarian a priest
in his new titular church.
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Letter ere teeth irereruMv and are handle mi a wneiiy connSnm
Mannar ' "!"" 'I-
It ran eaniHtWe a letter eWt Imnerieiir rleVean't eear the

fleas try t keep tha tartan limited to we ti hurt.

Identity of letter writer ii held in rtrietew ewirwnwee, 'V

rttis newtpaaar itiumet na raanonnbiliry tar statement er epmien

aiaretsed in letter from, reader.

T M F MAI I .BO X

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fT TATRIOTISM, PfeOFITS AND CONTRABAND
i" Panamas politicians, whose Pato0SItendSltl
ft,har. their o?.n interests, ir, 1946 helped serP?nam.Jl financial
status back 10-Vars oy sayfng "Not one lceb.ior oOBrlanfl
- and fosterint; the idea that the U.S. was ttijS common enfimy or

all Panamanian. It U true that we- muwwena Bxnwuwy.

jffBm on tne inner nana, wnv niaite iv hmw uun;Jlf'.Jp
2" six in a favored position? iV''?vV
f What have we done in Bio. Hato rincete;Ametican.: WSie
inr..c.A tn oi.n.ilnn the alrfip'id t.here MK&Jk'&i,tr:Q'

Ruarkous
Comments

By ROBERT C.

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a. We snoweo the wonc we were imeu wim wiwo

f b We went 10 years backwaras ntMaaiiy.v5 -?
S c Thousands of Panamanian citizen, "were, kit JoBlert.
J",' d HousiijRi problems for the poor tofcreiused,. since the U.S.
, government abandoned all local-rate hoiising'prolects, thereby
enabling properig' owners to rent apartments..in Calidonia and
' Guachapali fo JED' or $60. ... ' ;
. e. Servanryian again. b exploited -for $15 month tO-wash.
rcook and clain the house. I During the war and before1 the Rio
Hato base problem this was impossible.
$ Somehcv we Panamanians managed to survive the 10-year
'rstep backwards in our financial standing. As the years went by
"jlthe merchants found they did not have enough cash for a new
Cadillac every year, as their profits were not exorbitant. So
Vthey began thinking of how and who to cry to. Their crie
Xwere heard because, unfortunately, they are big taxpayers. They
crowded the iate President Remon, and talked him into using
;the wrong approach.
m When Dr Harmodio Arias wanted to change he treaty ln
ar 1936 he did not need any public demonstrations,- He limply went
"ahead and used his brains. I do not knoW Dr. Arias parsonallyii
. si but I was old enough at that time to know he was working to
- improve the renditions of all Panamanians During his admln admln-J
J admln-J istration he brought the country out of chaos Whout too many
w loans. 1 "' :y..:

It i a pitrf that he is old now. but Dr. Gilberto Arias, his

could, and should do us some good under his father's tu-

. .nj...

ir son.

toring.

Wquld Di!. Harmodio Arias Have handled the 1955 treaty in
the manner president Remon instructed him to? Heck, no. He
- would have worTted through letters and personal contacts with
the U.S. Government.'' rm quite certain h would not have' used
f the "ita r3xi.it- Patria" method. With none of the noise and
i public demohsfratloris. Dr. Harmodio Arias could have obtained:

.a: HVinar nav fAr antifll wnrlr Ann

b. A muc!,freater increase in the annuity; than ; was ob ob-5
5 ob-5 talned. ''.rf,
' .. rM, J 'AJL. 'I. at U.t4 V 4.V.- nAn

ay, v incse "JO ufie two issue Ui must ujrtsui, ucuciii iv wie j-b.ii

, amanian

contrabanding Is wrone. and should be punished. But did con

Ltraband from, Jhe Canal Zone affect the exorbitant profits of
'-the merchant of Panama during the war; years? They were, so
busy counting their profits they had no time to cry about the
hi eommissariisv.then"!. : vfjr
.r. Who was benefitted by the Closing of the commissaries, and
FlUr.M'v:v,',''''' 1 r
It vTh-iVbfln"to. Who thought that their sales would in-

Dtiepio.

I would like' to sav something about contraband. I know

er

Bvenriwift .aa 'harmed, including the merchants. The Canal

iM mtmttmyA W -nrnrHm ttepdmo mnr pflrpfnl In t.hpir snfinnlnir

P The commlwarv wl'l continue to make profits, simply b b-eause
eause b-eause If salesifalr employes will be laid off to bring down ex-
senses accordtagiy.
Let, me give a small example of how the merchants of Pan Pan-rama
rama Pan-rama exploit the pueblo. They know that even the very poor try
to have a Merry Christmas, and britrhten up the home with
Jauch small thtaw as riew curtains. What did the merchants do
thls year to "help these- people have a Merry Christmas? Not
'tmuch curtain material such as damask was sold at 75 cents a
"yard up to the first veek in December. As, the Caja de Ahorros
A? started to pay out the Christmas savings, the price went up to
$1.25 a yard, his is phly one examnle; A:CT'.-. M ji.
Z Do these'raerchants believe people are-sttll spending theit
Jmnnn wit.hotifr thlnkina? it, l tru that we buy toys for our

tchildren. but rhy aje the toys so expensive? Most of them are

wirom japan or., noiiB rvuiiK. u we miur,.ve vwh, v. .v
merchandist,tls it just for the exploiting merchants to try to
,i?niake a whbiryear's profit in one month?
fk They thinR that without our commissary privileges we will
bt forced to Jbuy from them, at any nrice. If they were estab estab-ifUshed
ifUshed estab-ifUshed here bfk in the '30s they will remember when men
bought emptjlflour sacks to make trousers. W can surely go
ft back to thoteidays. if- i
jf! Tlie realfcrjce Control Office in Panama is the competition
offered by theJtone's commissaries. 8o let us real Panamanians
? stop biting theihand that protects us. j 5
'tS tt us spnd money industrializing pilr own country, and let
Z. w attract forefen capital here. But let no one string Us along
V with talk of common ehemy." be it the .United States or the
National auwtf.! Hitler used the "temin6s enemy" gimmick to
" Slstraet the Germans' attention from what he was really up to.
ik t.r Poor, Sensible Panamanian
f SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT
4- A little news. Item which., despite the wellknoiji. d411gnne
t if your excellent reporting staff, failt? ;ovcJK4yWir''lawi'--o-5
nmns, seems o me to be worthy of mention and comment.
It concerns a certain school bug which crashed into a car
" m n .J ninU,ii AtAn!lv fT1hrfk nr b m f till nt HMmi Off.

Un Llir vJlViimiU nisuwnj x v
ers and the driver was a Teenager, but lest anyone should think
't that It was their fault, it must be said right away that the ac ac-ident
ident ac-ident was entirely the fault of the bus or its driver,
V A car in front of the Teenagers' Henry 3. slowed to make a
'turn. The Teenagers' car slowed correspondingly. The school
JbuB, however, came headlong and rammed the Henry J. forcibly
vr and If the car. hadn't got such a strong; chassis; some oj them
might well have been killed.
C' Apparently, the brakes of the school bus Were not good
enough. What a sorry state of effairs if this was Indeed the
ease (I doubt if the real cause will ever be officially stated).. 4,
I have heard many complaints about these school buses and
the condition they are turned on the streets in. It seems to me
ji and most other parents in the Zone that 200 percent double-x-

vmtv tiiuuiu w npu All nmvwi niu wuuvi no LAlfj tmicvy

I have never .been-much good
as a shill for the worthy csuse,

so-called, because; form any at
tbem jet J1" mixed kup in public

relaUonl and onice expense uiav

there isn't much worthiness leti
in the cause after expenses re

The'Kunyon cancer runo ana

the Heart Fund have been -notaj

ble exceptions, and so is a thing
we tackle today, the, CARfc food
Crusade.

it hai aot. in its way. as much

of the real spirit of giving mixed

ud in it as the gins ot uie magi.

What 1 like baskall y about

CARE is that it doesn't concern

itself with ideologies or long-term
constructions of Tiigh dams or
six-lane highweys, -.,
CARE fills' bellies. ,; aungryi
growling bellies. For, (every 'doUar
it receive in contributions, 23
pounds of solid," nourishing grub

is delivered to one nunary xanu xanu-ly
ly xanu-ly in any part of the world Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Lat Latin
in Latin America.
t'i
I feel something about this be because
cause because I have been hungry around

the Yule time, and somehow it
is a little worse than being hun-

rv on the Fourth of July.

It vou want to consider what

the CARE people do, in terms of

goodwill toward America abroad,

every package carries a message

i of active concern and friendship

from America. To the parents of

children with hunger-bloated sto

machs, this can have considera

b)y more impact en masse than

a shipment of bulldozers, which
make very tough chewing.
There has been a very fine, re recent
cent recent book by Navy Captain Bill
Lederer and Eugene Burdick.
called "The Ugly American,"
which might be required reading

along these liner. Lederer ; has

kicked around the East for years.

and generally knows His topic.

The topic is generally that A

menca has done toOv much on
high-level aid, and far tod little
with direct contact to the people
we are trying to win away from

the Russians. ,i lt

We give the promise of Vfreat

machinery and future aid. with

tremendous hullabaloo that goes
unheard in the hills, while ( the
Russians quietly work from : the
bottom up and loudly, in many
instances, claim credit by forg forgery
ery forgery and other devices, for such

things as American shipments of

relief rice or agricultural equip
ment to hunerv areas. ;"!t

Alone the same lines, I know

a dedicated Australian district

commissioner who brought white
civilization, peaee, progress, $nd
Drosperity to the stone-age .popu .population
lation .population of the Highlands ofTtt'ew
Guinea, where the people had
been cannibals and constant bat battlers
tlers battlers until they were discovered

in 1933.

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The Rest of the Family Will Be Along

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Ho o Coumn More
V- by CREPE CALHOUN

nnr forim nolicv to work at all.saya, the confidence of the coun coun-eevSd
eevSd coun-eevSd SlS wtyr creatatryMrCongress and of bur allies
&S? A&M conduct of our

This man built roads, so the
people could get their pigs and

produce to market. He helped

tnem with their primitive atrl

culture and their health, and in

a remarkably, short, times settled

an enormous area of the most

primitive people in the world: .i

In a wajr the CARE people are

working on th same i !dei,H apart

trom Dasic numamtananism. It's

simply that a great number of

epopie are hungry, and are hot

interested m long-term projects
which they may not understand;

Buuu a billion-dollar dam and

tne populace may spit in ywr

eye. tin an empty stomach and
it's difficult to write you off as a

capitalistic exploiter of the

world s poor.

Harking back to "The Ugly ;A

mencan, Lederer cites a-

ample of a man who taught tome
villagers how to get more eggs
per hen, and a womaQ who
straightened the backs of V a
whole village by introductihg, the
women to longer-handled brooms,
as a tiny portion of the whole

case m point.

..You cannot ;nd yc4? contribu

tions to this newspaper which
has no facilities for handling or

processes. But you can send your
dollar, or your five oriten-or fui;
ty or what you will, w CARE,

ow rirsi Avenue, New; iori., IB,

or to any local CARE officelyou

uuu in your Pfione OOOK, -:t.-";'i

someDoay you 11 likely :never

meet win at least mess you and

your country for its kindness.

and there could be a day when

we 11 need as many of these oeo-

ole as we eair seraoe ud in our

ravor. 'it s going to be a Ion.

tough Winter, all over the; world.

THI DEMOCRATIC TASK
The Democratic Policy Commit Committee
tee Committee met recently in Washington,

not to crow over the unprecedent unprecedented
ed unprecedented victory in the i elections last
November, but to take stock of
the task that they face in the
next two yean

The newspapers and the people
and the politicians, even Republic Republicans,
ans, Republicans, have been begging, in vain
for leadership from President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower almost since he fist
took the oath of office. It is too
much to expect him to take the

lead in the last two years of his

oresten term.

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ii anyuung aone we demo

crats are going to have to do it.

The1 Deftdcratte' Policy hai Is Issued
sued Issued a statement of policy that

covers a full printed page of the

New York Times, in which it is

stated that a wide range of actions
and measures is urgently needed.

Then it adds: f v ,

'Republican reaction, lethnr-

gy and IndeeUien ef the paat six
years have allowed this nation

te fU woefully behind In meet

tins the demands at the times.
Thus, we are called upon not
nly te keep up with many de

mand of growth and cnange.

but else to overcome the backlog
of ummet need that the Repub Republican
lican Republican Administration' hat allow
ed to pile up. Our list of what I
noaded must perforce be an ex extensive
tensive extensive one."

The difficulty faced by Congres

sional majorities is not minimised

when it comes to providing leader

ship which is supposed to come
from the President, but it is point

ed out:

It must be a primary aim of

ftf eur children.

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PANAMA AMERICAN

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NEW YORK f UPFl The

osmuei Haroy .Award, first made

in 1952 to Dr.; Allen B. Stowe of

Kaiamaioo, Mich., is vresented

annually by the. United States

um Tennis Association to the

person selected by the directors

oi tne Tennis Educational Foun

datlon for outstanding service to

tne tennis educational program, (

CAN FILL YOVR NEEDS!

A iJ

world conditions and climates

opinion which will make it possi possible
ble possible to prevent the destruction of
our country and all civilization in
a hydrogen war. W'"
"The ultimate objective of tho
free world Is not military strength
but human i well-being. The .. ad advance
vance advance of this well-being, under the
shelter of thi mlhtery strength,
rtffcrs the best single hope that the

costs and -dangers of the iheW

ter itself may gradually and safety
be removed. The contest of com-

netine systems to uplift peopled

can be the long-range saivauon oi

the world; the contest mereiy io

excel in arms is ine current ua-
gedy of tbe'world."
t The statement declares:

"DuriniMese two remaining

vears of the Eisenhower Admims

tration. the. Democratic oppostion

should insist that the Republican

Administration act: To nave
foreign policy to the world thu
the dear to the world that the
United States and its allies and

friends want peace ana re wu-

ling to do what is necessarily

; Referring to the e o n p.mi c
strengthening of -1fasfm'W!w
we. are told: "f."
"No one questions the -Constitutional
authority of the President
to command the armed foreces of
the United States and to conduct
negotiations with foreign nations.
No one doubts his right to choose
his own advisers. But there is
much more to formulating and
carrying out foreign policy than
ordering troop' movements and
negotiating with foreign nations."
Unfortuntely the statement

t For your shopping coienlence I

we remain open until 9.00 p.m.

foreign nollcy has been lost, This

lack of trust must be faced and

stated irankly; in the national in

terest.:.i ..."

-"'But the Democratic leadersnip

in the House of f Representatives

and the senate has penormea tms
difficult task with great ability
and effectiveness during these

past four years. We are confident

that tne Democratic majority wiu
fully meet this responsibility dur

ing the jiext two years. To this

end7 we, every way we can.

- -"As for; the 'Hay-to-day conduct
of the Unforessen crises with their

threats of war, into which the Ad

ministration so blindly stumbles,
there is not much that our party

can do. But we can and should

make clear four points which

might have some salutary effects

"First that we: are; wholly de

termined that our; country shall

carry put solemn, commitments to

which it is a party. But we dis

approve the tendency of the pre

sent Administration to expand

tnese commitment;, oeyona their
original -Jntent ,by admlnisttative

lnterpreiauon.-. y .; 1

,Second that we are- wholly de

termined that so far as we can do
soe .shall see' that our touDtrv

is prepared and Able .'to carrv out

lt"rnmmltmnt.' ?

"Thifov we .intertil to' criticize
men ana their, actions responsible

for the blunders, drift, and ne

glect which permit the recurrence
of these crises: and we do not

intend to be intimidated by the

charge that to do sp is to give

.'ViioUrth the Cnnafitnflnn etvtc

the.. President broad discretionary

power- ro use we. armea forces
We viewvWlth.mlstrlvlnss tha m.

duests by this Administration rr

vague and imprecise extensions of
tnia- alifhnltv

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. THI OUT PATIENT

hs ioonfto I had delivered my

wnjnuunejni papers w a- nurse

aivuorgat Hospital she handed me

a plastic; Draceiet., I t carried

prmoea tag, "Caihoum Crede H,

718962" I hoped that I would be

seni.TO tne nursery. .1 wouldn'

mind as I am a pushover for ha

Wes regardless of color or race,
While I may be entering my se

cuim cnuunooa i oion't think

nad retrogressed that far. Well,

I bavent yet. I was instafled in
room 5 and told when to report
for an elecMcocardiagram, and

wnen to proceed to the X-ray Cli
nic.

It was at the X-ray Clinic that
I met tha Out Patient. He was
waiting for an X-ray and talkin to

anoiner in ratiept, I was resdlng
"Huis Clos" (No Exit bv Jaan!

raui 3a;tre.

It was never intended for hnnM.

tal reading as all of the charactnri

are dead people in a kind of erlat.

. it 1r i a r L

enuaiisfejieu mat is very much
'like i al hosultal.:-fe'ft

The -Out Patient "moved over to

Mr :r fit, $ Phm the? patient who
haij; been ,llstenin to t him was
called, into the. Xray room He
looked at my bracelet '

"wnanr tiiat? S.0 m a t h i a tr

: UAn Identity a bracelet, ,t

What's it.fof? ,-

"Well, so I wnri't 1n mv Man

Udy, I suppose, in case I have an

attack of amnesia.
itfUfV of amnaala.

,. "Well, you forget name and who
you sre-4ose your, identity.?
"I thought that was when you
'nag'ne, vour are anmehody elw

lute apoiflon-,or wtler," he laid,
looking at me closely. .,

'. "M, the doctors have mother

name ,iorr mat one.7
i'Do. you have thatf

: rThn. what iiiv tmi

."WeUi."! began.

"What kind a X-irsy you v get getting?"
ting?" getting?"
Then, the nurse called him and

Jne. arartea taiKing. to ner oeiore
could iay "Head.-,

-YOU WEARTWITLltcS piecca of evidence thai th
preacher Tnaa Malthus was right,' j carvttll from the'elbow
shoved in my ribs, aj Is stroll tha aidewalki, and tfta bad bad-tempered)
tempered) bad-tempered) snarltj vmng ff om : amorig thftefhoppers' that
the aeiason f neaca and sraodwilLia ''sunantr'tik:''

r? ft mtisf tft (Chiri8tmaebejause 'only atiChrletmat
tha- eaionittovarana-merimertt$ I hea the moguls
of the Comrnisaary;Divisiori- hailed ae beinriourlhjed by
the, mingled bloodstteamaof the. familiea-Af Jesse amea
and of tnatoony "Bavarian king wtioiujilt 'those one-fam-

hj, pm-ievei castiea aiong we RhmrThe geneaioaicai
speculation T followt the allegatlbn .that the Commlseary
moguls aforesaid; havei "proved themselves jinable to dltln dltln-guish
guish dltln-guish betvyeen'.a :tftrlstmas;Tfea and a withered .hango
branch. &rte&&yvz vi,- .

r-i;rntarfl;sniiiow last week claiming
that h: nanfeatnr papayTrom-' his Commissary Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree. Like all commissary customers, he griped. The
papaya. he ;aid,watoo. green, ;f,6:-
But H Is Christmas, we season "of Wise i Wen, the Star
in the East, and that Atlas satellite whizzing round east,
west and every whiclv Way.u;?, "p .$',';
At seasons Lothef jtftan Christmas, you do not hear the
Zone alriateir botanists refllngf the Commlssarycrev
because their,ChrIstmas treesfreseirjble dandelion stalks,
Instead, jou hearquestlons like "Who'e goinsc to pay
for that Balboa iTheater fashion show"? and "Why don't
they merge the meat counter! with the shoe leather sec section?"?
tion?"? section?"? Nothing about Chriswias trees. "I

Underlining how, filled with forgiveness Is this Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season; have, you heard of the cops or the commissary
inspectors jumping on anyone for absent-mindedly etuf- -fing
a Christmaa tree In his pocket? 4?
It behooves "me ; to assurrie an equally seasonal and
forgiving attitude Not only fofglvlng. but an attitude ac actively
tively actively throbbing! with. gop'dwW,"Uka:that Norman Vincent
Rind felloWfror-SuppfyiVislor'general manager John J.
Birtoni"-'' $it
,Who to feer pjbotjwl teWrdst Can't think of fa one
deserving Individual,
"No goodwiirataH"for 1958?" you ask.
"Nor for 1959 either, you moss-hung miscreants," I
reP'y- ,w
On second .thoughts, .there Is one small glimmer of
the warm heart, the reassuring nar)d. Certain readers last
week construed ;from?my words the meaning that the Air
Force and the Schools Division were in disagreement over
the issue of whether a. plane should fly into the .Balboa

schools, whether jthe tohoql.etibujld reach up hlghfnough-

to snatch a plane ,out Qf the alrlv

If I implied discord; I owe an apology all rounds Turns
out there is nothing but poeperatlon. Apart from the audi-

wrium pi uupious;,,u5eiMino,':T.nBj, nr punmg upa new
ROTC building which Is so much more conveniently close

to the Albrook runway than the present school buildings

that it will perch there for: all tha world like a wreshhold

lent o fs 1 & v',-
Thus, if a pfand clobbers this ROTC building It will

be only Incipient military, men involved, merely an inter inter-service
service inter-service matter. And If the ROTC building, because of its

positionnChancjBstawnagJMan-Wby then, W .Still all

in the military family. Not as ,if th plane sort ofilobbed

into jpanian class, lor mstancei Ur oitiiensnip insTjucxion
on how to be the most popular hoodlum on the failing list
Yup, there's goodwill and cooperation aplenty between

the Air Force and tW$o,ho6la Division, and shameon me
this Christmas season fof spreading even a momentary

impression that anything ese-was the case.
Where else Is v. goodwill bubbling,, .except at Cape
Canaveralber tts roikingiik liftuio axygen with the

top off K -7 r f a2li.

Could f direct your .attention tq the .Balboa cops, who
trave a Christmas nresent of some' clothlne to a little bov

Who fingere'dl an. escaping, burglar for.them Thlsjwasn

reward pay-ofr.' TTie Httle oy-tUrned IH the thief beoause
it is a citizen's duty to be on the side of law and honesty.

not in the hope of any reward. a f

it is a lot harder to be honest when your family cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances are as humble as they can get around Panama

than it is when the government green comes In crisply,

twice a month. ; k

Some of the V8 Rate parents who seem unable to

prevent thdlrj;1fidjtrunn1ng:W In the clean, spaoidus lr-

cumstances ot ganai one-communities could spend a cou couple
ple couple of instructive! Christmas minutes pondering the prob problems
lems problems of parents trying to! bring:, their kids up In the one-

room slums of : Chorrillo and alidonia to be honest, high-

principled men ana women. .t, i A.

A startling; number Cf these kids, reared In tha most
adverse of circumstances, live up to the standards their
parents set for; them. Parents and kids both merit aa merry
a Christmas as they come. t k:
The fjfforis parents must put forth to raise thejr kids

decently In pie slums Is a Christmas thought, to bear in

pride

min when your

and oy sashays, silently I across

your comfortable living room late one night wis'-week,

reluctant to run tha risk of wishing his closest kin a Mer

ry Chrishmish. ;

More Christmas thoughts?. A short burst, of applause
is In order for. Gov, William E. Potter for the effective
reminders he serves up to his planners and decimal push pushers
ers pushers that they are dealing with human beings possessed of
their ovyn .qead:drsrni :and; cherished households, not
with "personnel" and "units.' ; ;
- A longer burst of applause ( because it has v to be
spread among more people) for alt hande from both aides
of the Fourth of July who turned to last October to look
for the plane which went passing down by Mandinga. f
hava a notion, that the guy'a working and suffering .togeth .together
er .together In the luncle have raihemte'rnV!as on US-Panama

relations than thosa Whlch!;tootle fjrthnttblithely Jsnd so

onen trom tha' National Assembly! Asi always, I may be
wrong."S:?pf :f &$rtiiv i?;.
Bury0 ap"plausev dfj option arle!ngtfi are also due
those good folk, agaW, front, both sides of the Fourth of
July, who1 through the year have found themselves able to.

get along .fine together, at bueinesl'ancf at play, Without
conceding either Assemblyman7 Babv. AIeman or Cogrese
man Dan Flood to be the final arbiters of what Panama

nians and' Amsrtcans should think of each other.
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LOADING CHRISTMAS TRUCK
Panama, supervises the loading
the children of the town of La

US Embassy Officers, Wives
Send Gifts To Panama Kids

A truck-load of Christmas gifts
left the residence of the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador of the United States and
Mrs. Julian F. Harrington Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning for La Mata. in the
Veraguas province. It was taking
presents to the 86 pupils in the
Panama public school from the
officers and wives of the U.S. Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. This Chriftmas will be the sec second,
ond, second, made happkr for the La Mat

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Mrs. Julian F. Harrington, wife of the U.S. Ambassador to
of the toys provided by the Embassy officers and wives for
Mata.

j.'iilu'ren by the 12 women who me
at tne embassy residence a not not-nms
nms not-nms each week during the fall to
plan and assemble the gifts. Each
student will receive a box marked
with his or her name, containing
objects that children like to hae,
such as an article or clothing, cos cosmetics
metics cosmetics for the girls, balls for the
toys All will be given soap and
toothpaste
A largr tailon of sports equio-
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ment for ct n munity use contains
bats, basket, volley and base balls,
and a pump-to inflate them. With
scissors and crayons they will re
the property of the school, for the
use of ah.
Knowin thtthe school is nup nup-nlied
nlied nup-nlied with powdered milk, the

group sent I'.ensils for preparing
.ind rerving it. such as cups and
e'.asseJ. lw .iters, stirring spoons
md largs' bowls for mixing.
The project was started by Mrs.)
Harrington, sno this year was eon
''Hied under the leadership of'
Mrs. R. Austin Acly. wife of the'.
Embassy v-oiinseot. m Mrs. Har
rington s absence. i
Th gifts will be distributed the'
dav before school closes for the
holidays.
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If it's such a small world, why,
does it take so many taxes tc"
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' LONDON, Dec' 20 (UPI) -The
oner m rning gue'n Elizabeth 1,
seated at a teiephone in the West
of Ejgla.nl city of Bristol, dialled

the number ot the-Lord Provost
Of the Scottish capital, of Edin
burgh. ; 1
Their .cohversaHon, arrangea
wfthoi t the help of an interme intermediary
diary intermediary telephone operator, was
historic .a that It inauffated sub
scriber trun' dialling in the Unit United
ed United Kingdom. t, r
'At. 'present only. 18,000 subsccib-
erg "on Ifre Bristol' tentral ex exchange
change exchange enjoy 1 this privilege. Two
years hence about 40 other plac places
es places wiH be similarly linked.:
London wu comeM into tne
scheme by 1961JBy Ahe endi of
1970 it s expected that three-,
quarters of all-long-distance calls
will be dialled by subscribers.
It will ;U be due to GRACE"
the name derives- from the Ini Initial
tial Initial letters of Group Routing and
Charging Equipment!, tfle robot,
telephone "Operator devised by Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Genera' 'Post' OffhSe- engi engi-neersand
neersand engi-neersand I feel'" it' would be
chiu-lish not to 'Stfcepfe it as an un
mixed blessing.
COUNSELLORS ANcTf RIEND
i-ersoniuy. liiosfii.1 shail fliisls
those human .'pperjitors. Girls ifa
the daytime and Iften during the
long night tctt&s-roey were al
ways tiiere:, dwemBodied guides,
counsellors 'ijjflfe ready to
consolep;the nuHbep-- engag engaged
ed engaged or. CeeWged subscriber
refused; tp-".nser, and exultantly
hhTvn.i .ohli'eQ thai Wpr
Withae'l-'rtrtfcAarge. a sort
of teleplldhii bnlfrfam, te$e
will be'Jfihg oJ: t8e!:Jbast. -I
shafoM;able?ro" destroy.-, tie tie-peace
peace tie-peace cf$& ;--.-tantnl)scriber, and
he mineany.wh'ere,ifl,,;t'he coun country
try country within ''a.'fftWSsecbnds, by the
dialling of te" Wg'its on the bejd bejd-side
side bejd-side telephone.
The benefits, I am lure, will
more" than -aton&ior the loss, of ..the
human touch. A saving of
000,000 a year is expected by au
tomation Automatic-, accounting
will simplify charges, so that we
rn hiiv 12 econds of t.ilkine time'
over 125 miles for sWmere" 'tweH
Pent?., ,K -
One outcome of this could be a
new high speed telephone lan
guage, m. basic English or re.ncn,
cramm'.fig into i2'"isconds what
normally needf 12 ?minuti s.
Some womer subscribers, one i i-magines.
magines. i-magines. might need a little ex extra
tra extra coachinr. :
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," -wealth
lubscribars, too,, with Can Can-aua
aua Can-aua tJMm tne ust. itsy tne no
of mi the round-the-world Com Com-raonwealtii
raonwealtii Com-raonwealtii telephone 'xiable will
have its trst link -completed be between
tween between Canaoa and tn United
Kingoom. 1
,'At? fist our telephone' talks with
friends overseas -will, 'of course,
be'ttirodgh Commonwealth switch switchboard
board switchboard operators as friendly and o o-bliging,
bliging, o-bliging, "I am sure; as the one I
recently talked with from London

Dy radio-teiepnone to roona, in-
STILL A DREAM
"'PosV Office expert tell us Hurt;
Commonwealth subscriber dialling
is fitill in Jhe'dreanj' state. But so,
ftnce;Wa thie' transatlantic tele telephone
phone telephone cabieVi'flbw mumminj with
.talkrdar ifld nigtit, '
Getting away from dreams, there
is warm' satisfaction throughout
the United Kingdom over die;
brfght Veaflty that -Brii'ain has.
'iUst tfaw'df the'last installment
of the $700,000,000 loan made by
the Canadian Government In 19.
It fs ah "' obligation gratefully
met, remerfnerlng j we do that
Canada's tejp came at a ; crucial
period in the war against Hitler
wljen .London's last reserves Of
gold and" 'dollars had been pitch-
edinto the cauldron. -v.
.,' atour reserves are. St high
tonay,, wun, poniiaence is aierung
reestablished might well have"1 ap appeared
peared appeared a "dream in the .dark days
of iVorld War V' As the London
"D?lly Telegraph" puts1 A' "Nev "Nev-tt
tt "Nev-tt at any .tim did panada fail to
come to Britain's ', Special aid
.throughout" the whole course of the
long .common struggle for free freedom.""
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,-,-In stahdiri by Jts . obJigsfgdnK
the United. Kingdom Government
-incidentally provides a useful Object-
lesson, for the thousands of
private borrowers who- have sent
the hire purchase ales of auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles soa ting. November was,
the first montlr of trading ; 'since
hire purchaser sstrictiOns wereire
moved a& -.the end of October,
More than 131.000 new Contracts
were made- in November, and
some c ar dea'ers feport a 100 per percent
cent percent rise .In flealj"? ;
Increase in road traffic is ? al already
ready already m arke d, and the 'day
draws evr. nearer when most most-peonV
peonV most-peonV w' Jwvn at least one ear,
That wili;'M fie time when! y 11
this newee of hish'sneed motors
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By QREW Pf ARSON.

WASHINGTON Dec 20 : A
slender, quiet-spoken Latin Ame
ican who lived m -Washuigton for
years; and never, raised his voice
has shown the Western hemi
sphere ho.Wt.to deal with dicta
tors, fi M. r
He Jf Alberto Lleras Camargo,
former: Secretary- General of the
Paa: American," Union. now Pres
ident. of Colombia who has just
squelched- a revolt by .the Colom-.
bian-1 strong;, roan, Gen. Gustave
Rpja .Puulla, with, great effective
ness. i.- 1"
Tht inside story f what hap happened,
pened, happened, ii important for ail- A
mrian eeuntrits. '
Offhand, the recent attamot- bv
ex-dictator' Boiaa Pinilla' imlcht
have seemed Just another run-of-
the-mill Latjn American strong-
arm play,,' ;
But the fact that it "ended with
Rojas tinder 'arrest cHmaxed a
ieriei.toj eventa without i price
dent ih 'the dftea turbulent his history
tory history "of our southern neighbors.
When President Lleras' Camar Camargo,
go, Camargo, took over last August, he had
95 percent of all, Colombians, be-
mna mm. He had ; beenn elected
as, the joint sahdidat of the Li Liberal
beral Liberal and Conservative
Bojas Pinilla. tnnnUri frnm iuiJ
lu, aner four years
" y, 'error., ana corruption,
was then in exile in the Domifii
can Republic. But Lleras, true to
uie xeouiauon as a Phamnmn nt
ucinucrauc ippaiitv n........
that no. law existed I to prevent
ine busted strong "man from re-
vuiumg nome it ne wished.
the lines Of RritalnV nan im.:....
b& rjrftctrjrs'5defribtistrated the
other ay aW UnhU.
mm. uovernea by an undergro
w"w.wi ana oDeyec traffic
lights.
Nor would a popular, nuclear nuclear-anyen
anyen nuclear-anyen car come as a surprise in
Britain, home of the world's first
Yuimevciai-seaie nuclear power
station, at Calder Hall w.w
manv. it ha inct kn
Is to order, its first big-scale at
omic, power plant from Britain
an improved versfnn r k. r.i
per Hali type,
tne Germans hose the British
lant in preference to the United
tales type, which hpoH.
j 7 r w,o tiu ten-
ed uranium only "purchasable in
J r ine natural uranium us used
ed used in iBritish atomic plants can
be bought in ihe open mkket
Make
A' Honor .Roll
a i naraiio
The tolfdwffiir sttdMit." W fhi
Paraiso Latin American Hiirh
School made the Oonor mil tnr ihm
fifth marking period ending Dec.
12 '
"A" Honor Roll
Delphina Ashley, Seales Beverly.
"B"' Honor Roll
Ronaldo Sealey, CecUia Seales,
Riqardo Iglesias, Norman Foster,
Reva Richards, iynette Hinds;
Ladylease Goodridge, Bertilda: Oar
mca, Lorraine Dunn, Ricardo Cox,
Marva Alleyne, Wilbert McKirinbn,
Norma 3 Joner. -Joan Main-' Hik
noUa Cumberbach, Lillian Ather-
iey. iorotny Blades, Edilma Mo.
reno, Barbara Towhsend, Yvonne
Gittens, Eva Wilsoni John St. Hill.
Silvia Morales, Louis Brownie,
Edna Castillero, Virginia Bratli Bratli-waite,
waite, Bratli-waite, Caludette Soley, Maidea T T-caza,
caza, T-caza, Sandira Brathwaite, Harold
Titus, Ettfhislao Vergara, Eugene
Wilson, Winston PoweU, Audrey
Levy, HoHand Gayle, Agnes
Blades, Herman Archibald, Louis
Sprauve.

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sakntssf lew back te Calom Calom-Ua
Ua Calom-Ua land arregantly old mw
rten whe met ; him that h
Would 'soon be jn command -a
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Nothing happened following
these boasts, so Rojas -conclude
he iwas right about the "timid"
administration.? He did not know
the; new President: of i Colombia
and his ; firm determination- to

folldw strictly eoastatutional pro
cesses. , x -j
; -A': judicial committee Of "the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian Congress back .in bust
ness after being banned awhile
Rojas ran the country received a
bill of particulars ,against ;Jtojas
charging him with specific- -acts
of fraud,. misaBorooriation of ouh-
lie funds, and violation' of the
Constitution. n ',.'(
The Committee summoned Ro Rojas
jas Rojas to testify. The defiant gener general,
al, general, refused. ..
; Next thing he' knew, "hls
J homo was surrounded by troop'
. and throe army officers walked
in to report potoly. thatv ther
.had' corns to accompany ? hm-
ta .the Sonato chamber. i
Rojaa went .'along," but he took
the equivalent of the Fifth A A-mendment
mendment A-mendment on practically' every
question. He 'was exuesed and al
lowed to return to his faniilyl
jEight : day later, Mowing
lengthy, meticulous hearings, the
committee Voted a four-point in
dictment and a federal judge set
uec. is as tne opening flate sfor
Rojas publie?tril. t H ft
Furious; "th -ax-dlctator
od in newsmen a fa i n and
shouted i "Boforo ( am through
witli the9fe, miserSnle :reatures,,
th ttro4 win VuA will UArtrf
'ini 'thoMf. WonV b tWou9f
lampposts in mo country to
hang politicians from," ,s
Nobody tried to jail or Vbanish
him for that Outburst, eithei1. V
Apparently convinced ; that he
could get away with -anything,
nojas men summoned a lew :ro
nies including hi son, MaJ. Car
los Roias Correa, and. Col, Bell Bell-Sario
Sario Bell-Sario Raimunder,- a former com
mander of the Colombian batta
lion in Koreato make, plans for
a COUP. :
His little band of conspirators

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planned to adze tank regiment :
headquarters an the government
eommmumcations tenter on the
after, moon of Pec a Satuiv
day, when only caretaker person

nel presumably would -. be' onMih
ty. ' """,'; ;i f h.
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ine piot was -meae: jsnows vw
President Lleras1- Pec, Five
hours later' he; went on a nation nationwide
wide nationwide television and radio;: network
to inform his eountrv that ."with
the ; greatest reluctance and ..'je
pugnance,". he' was -nbiig-df io
reimpote .temporarily ,4 stated
siege, which he. had lifted in Sep.
tembef after it had bea" W
force continuously for nine yera.
While', LJoras" wa iaklnfl,
army ntolllgonee agent wore
rrotino Rojas and hi honclv
men. A crowd of sovorat thou
sand, gathered auttid the -cash
gonorat'a homo, booed wildly as
tie was lod out, than, gave the
army, a rousing choorv 'i--'-"Rojas,
hlS"son,f Raimundet'and
two othets were hustled, aboard
a militarv olane and flown to tha.
bi naval 'base, sat- Carta gena??bn
tne canDDean coast, there, "-the
ax-dictator -will be held -until'
time for his: trial ion .Other .-cnarg-esf
which, it 'is' now -itinder stood,
will probably be held' Christmas
week.
Meanwhile Lletfr" 81 (e.
gal advisers methodically 'went a
bout preparing new accusations a
gainst Rojas and his fellow con conspirators,
spirators, conspirators, for submission to Con
gress. ..:. x
Thi ia ..tho lift IWi. ht Mia
hong history j ?rr'itr(mg
mwn iriar an' or Tpom -na noon
pormirrtd -to come homo by the
succeeding government, then
forced ttx stand a civil trial for
f Tleine'w
pattern stabUshedby
courageous President Lleras may
nave iar.reacnmg etrects particu particularly
larly particularly if," as ekpected, Rojas is
found guilty and sentenced to a
stiff prison term, i V
It would not only, reaffirm Co Colombia's
lombia's Colombia's once-proud reputation ai
a land of high-level law and or-.
der following -more than, a de decade
cade decade of bloody violence but could
also mark the beginning of-a new
era of stern but strict justice for
political criminals throughout .Lat .Latin
in .Latin America.
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Fort.Gulick, sit amidst an array of 30 or more dolls which were made by the members of the
Club to be donated to the children's ward at. the Coco Sola Hospital as Christmas gifts. (U.8. Ar Army
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Episcopal Statement On Christian Temperance

NEW YORiC,'i)ec.. 20 (UP) -.
All churches advocate temperance.
But does, temperance mean mode,
ration iihe ue1 of alcoholic', be-verages-or'
does .it mean total abstinence?-:.'
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- That question, he subject of live lively
ly lively debate-"among American .Pre
"testsnUP for 'more than a century,
has been brought td the fore again

. by a, teport.im.theBPiscgpa,n

Church's Joint Commission on A"

coholismv M v ?
' The report was issued

piscopal general convention at
Miami Beach, Fla., this'iaH 'Jgl
28 pages long, and t least 20 of
its pages are deyoted to explain

ing fljattjoA.sj ;why -: Christians,,
out of. regard forthe right? of oth others
ers others and the sacredness of human

automobile accidents and crime in
which, alcohol is involved.
One of the fullest statements of
the ease for total abstinence is
contained in Chapter 2022 of the
aethodist Book bf Discipline, Thjs
-tement, which has just been
unanimously reaffirmed by the
ethodist Council of Bishops, as asserts
serts asserts that a Christian has two good
reasons for foreswearing all use
of sjchol:

FiTJt, "We are stewards of an

ability to think straight, Eve

small quantities of alcohol impair
this ability.

Second, "We are stewards of our
influence upon others." Even
though a Christian mar be able

to drink moderately without seri

ous damage to himself, he should

abstain lest the example of his
drinking "lay a stumbling' block
in the path of a brother and thus
contribute to the destruction of an another
other another human personality."

To hundreds of i British; older
people who have arthritis, heart
trouble and other enronie ail ail-menu,"
menu," ail-menu," "Six weeks U and six
weeks out' has become a magic
phrase.-. ?.
To many of the danehteri and

daushters-in-law who cared for-'

these elder people,' day in and

day- out, "six weeks- has meant
the difference between living and
just existing.
I "Six" wUks in and six weeks'
of is the' rwl at London's
Lonsthorno' Hospital, a- hospital
for older people which hts boon:
watched with great intorost by
not only the rest of England, but;
kv Amsrlea. too.

f According to Or. John' DeLargy.J

wno orsanisea me project in me
spring of 1956, "six weeks in and
six weeks out" is designed to help
older, people with chronic ill

nessand to give reliet. te their

families as well. ,i
..."Grandma's stroke or crippling
arthritis can be as hard on other
members of the family as : on
Grandma herself," tr. DeLargy
explained. "We keep Grandma six
weeks. s
. "While she ts with us, she learns
some asy ways of taking care
of herself and of 'doing simple
household tasks. (
' "Meanwhile, at home, daughter
or .daughter-in-law is getting a
chance for some rest and, a

change. Maybe she can go. off on
a holiday,. '.
"After six weeks, Grandma goes
home. In another six weeks, She
returns to us. She looks forward
to entering the hospital, where she
sees the same patients' she saw
before flow her friends.
. "And she looks forward to going
home and being with her family
once more."
Dr. DeLargy explained that of
ton an evereareful, family is a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid to lot the older person who
has had stroke or a heart at attack
tack attack "do too much.'
At Langthorne, these older
DeoDlis are encouraffed to do as

much as is good for them. Their

self -Confidence is restorea. mey
learn how to dress themselves and
do other little chores When they
return home, they are happy to

be test of a burden to those they

love. t 'iC r

Witain's National Health Ser Service
vice Service finances these older patients'
stays. Whether such- a project
could be established in the United
States is an interesting' question.
It certainly looks, worth exploring;
J. Qr-l am middle-aged and for the
past three years have been living
in Florida recovering from an ill ill-nessNow
nessNow ill-nessNow that I am well, I'd like
to ea back to New England. I've

thought of buying or renting a large

homo and men Doaramg oiaer

people who are on state assistance.

Can thu oe done in any naie?
Mrs. R. S. M.
-) -.
A I am sure this type -W fes fester
ter fester homo project-is permitted
in any ttat. But I would '-goat,
goat, '-goat, you double-cheejt ; the' old
ago assistance headquarter in
Mm state in which you want to

. iecate. Also, be sure of the toning

rules In the area whore you buy
or rent,

O What orovisions for children

of people -receiving disability be

nefits are included in We new bo
cial Security law? L. B. Wk
A The now law provides be benefits
nefits benefits for any child under or
a disabled son or daughter of
any ago of a person receiving
disability benefits.

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OBBY; ROUNDUP Mrs. Betty Haber stic k, director of the Fort C14ytorf"Servlc Club,

of the club's Enustea Men's Advisory council in arranging display,

II

The Most Wonderful (Sift ..'"S

the -amounts, of their alcoholic be- ft, T .'"'' .11

KL

verage "onsuinptioA.
Comnaratively little attention

has een'pafd'to t'hts art of the

report. What caught the blic eye,
and was widely quoted, was a sin-

tie sentence which said

"A Christian who drinks mod
erately with due regard for- the
feelings- and needs ,f bis" brothers
anaNwitft- "fcojiscieptioue ctrf M
k. kimo nf Rnrl-rnn flrink' With

thanksgiving ro Him fertheseblev
SingS. ; J ",
This pronoUTicemen' nas strit-red
a hornets' nss of protest from
advocate of total abstinence Me Methodist
thodist Methodist BishOo John' Weslpy 'Lord
of Boston recentlv accused the K K-piscoialians.
piscoialians. K-piscoialians. of. giving "aH end
comfort fo the enemy." The Flo Florida
rida Florida Batrtist (b"ention unanimous
-iy expressed "keen 'regret and
disfliooiPient." The Christian
Century Magazine charges in V;ifs
current, issue that the "rationaH "rationaH-tSnne
tSnne "rationaH-tSnne fminrt In the reoort win

'iMuittm the conscierces i of

minidnaol church people

' CrihAmonpe of the response

tiasitentied to obscure the 'fact

thai.1iei;Emscopal reoort was in in-teilhot
teilhot in-teilhot to encoursfe "social
drfnMntf.' but to define hmlts

win. whic it may be accepla
We Stdlne4 Chritian conscience.

Vnr .mnl(. the reoort says

thai a Cbrisflsff. should; ;not -.drink,,
mMerai&tiitoHoh
."tvhlCh riajnnrls ''sbarp attention.

; and!nuip reaction' HeCshduld,

abstain WM h feasonMO pe pe-'
' pe-' lieve that "his drink'off is an of offense
fense offense to -hthers who bavp hen or
mv he fburt byi .lalcobol.?, Heiah-

oli'ly 'must forego drinkinjf- if
he Is, or shows ("V tendency to
become, an alcoholic.
The reoort also wrns ferteat ferteat-edV
edV ferteat-edV that "mnderBt"' it,ri"Wi f'oes
pot, m'i n'o'n? Jus short of
firun'tenness. "Any value to be
' fo""" l drinkip" a'coholic bever beverages."
ages." beverages." it says '"s lost where re re-laxotion
laxotion re-laxotion hecomei loss of control."
rce. They .iio'ntj te spreeains
tiipt. tf s?W'tsn.;whie ; Tiow
in America: to the heavy tbh of
of elcohol:

I wuM have creat"! no stir. But
' It "f-t on to soaII out a Twsi
tlon hrt has been tradiHoml a a-nioo?!
nioo?! a-nioo?! KoisPonaUons't-andr. Catho

lics? Alcohol isHike" foodi f ift
of Gdi It is ftot lnhetwitWtevil,1

but is sujvWtM jbuso ugh
the sin of gluttony VS. 0

Methodist 'lewntlsts and b'her

advocate's ftotat ahs'nen,f hold

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THE SUNDAY A&EftlCA
SUNDAY, DECEMBER M, 1951

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The classic candy-striped shirtwaist dress by Jeanne e?Airc
Is on hand for vacations under the palm trees this winter.
Itl cinched at the waist with yellow leather belt By GAU.B,
DUCAS, NE A Women's Editor. . r

Serve Holly Bars With
it; I Class Of Christmas Cheer
1 - -.H

I HEISTMASlisalfcnlST bowl.
Deeorated aul-filled holly-, bara atak fine accompanlmaai,
! y 1
K GATOOB MABDOZ, NEA Food nd Maiketa Editor

with the welcoming Christmas cream frosting, green cbnfectioh-

i punch bowl, plan to serve tender
1 nut?Llled holly bars made in

your own Kitchen. They are gay gay-ly
ly gay-ly decorated with' butter cream
froitini and little red candies.
They almost whisper "Merry

Christmas" with every tempting

Wte.
Hollv Bars (Makes 14 ban)
Cookie: One-half cup butter xr
margarine, Vi cup brown sugar,
1 egg, 1 cup sifted enriched flour,
I teaspoon baking powder, Vi
teaspoon salt, 1-3 cup milk, 1 tea-

spoon powdered instant coffee,
I taaiDooa vanilla, cup chopped

nutaeaU, 1 cup rolled oats (quick

r oia-iasmonea, uncooked).

Decoration: Chocolate butter

t

sugar frosting, red candies.

era'

Heat oven to moderate (350 de

grees F.h Peat, butter and sugar

together until creamy. Add egg;
beat well. Sift together flour, bak baking
ing baking powder and salt, add to but

ter mixture with mjlk,' Instant
coffee and. vanilla. Beat until
smooth. Stir' in; nutmeats and
oats. Spread in a greased 8-Inch

square pan. Bake in preheated o o-ven
ven o-ven (350 degrees F.) about 25
minutes. Remove from oven; cool
a few minutes; then turn out onto
rack. Cool. Frost with chocolate
butter cream frosting. Cut into
16 bars; decorate each bar with
3 red candies and green cofec cofec-tioners'
tioners' cofec-tioners' sugar frosting leaves 10
that it resembles holly.

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Kfake6 -Any jlace Mome (fflade f

By MARGIE ROTHROCK
r
"Take me out to the ball game" is more than just a
casual request for Mrs. Mary Kay Shantz. It's a way of
life.
Mrs. Shantz is a baseball wife. With her husband,
Billy Shantz, she has.rmade Panama City a temporary
home for the past two sports seasons. They.runpackd
their suitcases at the Roosevelt Hotel, but both spend a
great deal of their time at the Panama Olympic Stadium.

Billy Shantt has been associate

ed with baseball -.in Panama dur

ing the Stateside off-seasons, for
the past slx yeast Last year, when
he returned tc- the Isthmus, to man manage
age manage the Carta Yiejs Yankees, he
brought with him Mary Kay, then

onae oi a iew, umuiiw.
At the7 Roosevelt, she joins a

small erouD of American base-

hall wives who make to the "next-

of-kin" rooting section at the base-

ha l Barnes. The gals travel to

the stadium In a group, but, saya
Mrs. Shantz, "When we get there,
each one goes to the special sec

tion for her husband's team

Mary Kay inherited her interest

in BaseDaii irom ner laie lauier.

an avid fan. She met her husband

while he was playing with 'he

team at Columbus, Ohio, her

home town.

Sh arinnteri the nomadic life Of

the b8sebll wife before the wed wedding
ding wedding bells had stopped ringing.
Spring training was their honey

moon.

The Shantiat have .had more
"Hometowns, U.S.A." than most
military men. Last summer
they lived in CharUon, N. C.
Next summer they'll Prk he
ear In Portland. Ore., whil Bil Billy
ly Billy olavj tht Wast Coast circuit

Pwlth the Paeifie Coast Laau.

"I have finally lefrned not to
send out the laundry, for fear we
may not be living in thp same
town when It comes back," she

Jauehs.
Although she admits that hotel hotel-Hving
Hving hotel-Hving hat lt drawbacks, Mary

Kay has welcomed tie Manama
"vacation" as a respite from the

Htots, nans and dustmops. Phe en

joys shopnlne In Panama Citv and

hColon. but points out that it is ne

cessarily mostly window type
shopping.
"It's iust not practical to buy

Jots of knick-knacks and things for

a home until we eet settled.' Ma

ry Kay comments.

What's in the Shanti future?
Billy says he likes. Panama
well he would .be, willing to
spend the next teirfyetrs here.
Speaking for his wife, he hinted
strongly, "I think Mary Kay
would like to throw a few snow
balls."

Everyone should drlv MMfi'.ih.

- a inorrogm

At iny rate,' they wllT be return

ing to the States ia early Februa February,
ry, February, sandwiching travel between

the close of the Panama basenau
season and the opening of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific League's spring training.
. They make definite plana only as
far ahead as the' next season.
Mary Kay sneaks with a certain
nostalgia of the eventual day when

she says; "BUly Will work an
eight-hour-day1 and. -carry a lunch

pair. She remember that he has

played baaebau viii 'ma life", a a-sport
sport a-sport which his father loved and
played, .and which brou eht both
Billy and his brother Bobby, Into

major league lme-upi.
Speaking for beth of them
Mr. Shanti says with convic conviction,
tion, conviction, "It will, be hard to leave
Tht ftsv I in Hi nffinff Th nrn-

blem at band Is tomorrow night's

game.
Bill Shantz will be in the Carta

Vieja dugout. His favorite fan,

Mary Kay, will be in the team's
field box.

Was there ever a woman who

After accenting a party invita invitation,
tion, invitation, didn't think, "What Have I
go to wear?"
After hitting 40 really believ believed
ed believed she looked her age?
Didn't feel confident that she
had good taste?
Ever doubted any complimenta complimentary
ry complimentary statement ever made about a a-ny
ny a-ny of her children?
Didn't believe she was far more
practical than her husband?
Really meant It when the
aaid, "Be perfectly frank. You
won't hurt my feelings"?
Never wondered how her hui hui-band
band hui-band would ever get along with without
out without her?
Couldn't lift herself out of the
doldrums by buying a new hat?
Didn't occasionally have an un

controllable urge to push furniture

around to see if it woman t look
better In a different arrangement?

Didn't need a 'best friend' with

whom she felt perfectly free to
let down her hair?

Wasn't interested In the latest

bit of local gossip?
Didn't feel especially virtuous
during housecleaning week?

Believed her husband knew how

hard she worked?
Could be happy without feeling
needed by somebody?
Wouldn't prefer to be happily

married to a successful man than

to have a successful career of her
own?

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bUUVENIRSMfs. Maurice H. Stans, wife of the Budget
hides'of ZT' m?delS s0!. ot the cIothin2 m8de "ie
' KDTLVhe shot While on' three African safaris
with her husband She hold! leopard skin hat and matching
.bag and wears zebra skin hat and shoes. The chair is uthol.
atered with bravakia which matches the rug 'the floor" f

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he had the- early morning

blues, onti! one1 day a frtetsd pave
me a 'gentle hint

Thinking st over, I thought Yei,
ft could be the reason": my hua hua-baad
baad hua-baad (fid hate the morning ritual
ef afeavtof with soap and water.

Value for money I

Glve him a PhlliShave"

ifrlend had aald. And, I did.,
despite the qualms I had
interferring in ao personal
matter.

my

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fTlijirtMT Jifc ja7iTMw???) p7wwfc taooece-tae dlffft." v Every morning he la la i t, radiaai '
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You'll always be preapred for
last-minute dates if you keep a

pair of fresh gloves, some per

tume ana 'jewelry in your office
desk. These, plus a freshly

auruoueo xacj ana iresn maice maice-up,
up, maice-up, should make you quite presentable,

If your eyelashes are long and
black, mascara' can still enhance
their beauty. Just apply a bit
to the tips, which are thinner
and lighter than the rest.

Keep yeur eyebrows perfectly
groomed by tweezing growing
hairs daily.
When pressing tweeds and flan

nels, stamp the iron instead of

gliding it. iron on the tight side.
If your wedding is "impending,
don't forget to place s sachet tab tablet
let tablet with your veil and a sa6het
bag on the hanger with your
gown. By the wedding day, you
will have a subtle fragrance built
into .your costume, j.

Don't toss away that good met metal
al metal lipstick case when it'a empty.
Clean out the lipstick with cleans cleansing
ing cleansing tissue, and you've, a bobby pin
holder for; your handbag.

When you apply hand lotion,
keep going right U6 to the elbow

if you want soft, beautiful arma.

A white llo Pomade wnr un.

der your lipstick is good pro protection
tection protection during blustery, wintry

Useful Gacjgets For Kitchen

Are Last Minute Gift 'Ideas'

Chriitnfat rtfti fnr vnnd little 1

homemakeri re likel io aeutxn eessnriea to grace the kltc'ien are

-Bf"". tiii.usi ft U' n i ill ll

Kiicnen, wnere mosi oi ueir uu
ia anent. .-.i.ir:-l i

Today's ', accessories for toe

kitchen are br.ght, practical, utt
An iviiieriniV mnri 4vaknitailtlv in

expensive, xne nign quauty u ue-

freah and impful heautv. in th.l

most important room. ; i'
i Plentiful duet ai to what will

in-laW. erandmother. sister or

dear fr.end are given by a
thoughtful look or two at their
kitchen next time you orop in lor,
coffee.' ... -
Jot down th tntatlva idea

before you ehop. Look ; slowly
test anything that must open ur

ciose easuy, conaider whether
she'll have to ttpre it out ot a gut
or whether, she can leave it tn

THI LIST nf nnlhltltta"la

long, uut home supplies may be

short. Particularly of items you

xavor.- in a long established house
L.IJ l

noia, xacnen imens may oe get

tins sretty f raved. aoDroachina

plain, sugar-sack-type dish towel

A gift oi beauty sad value ni-t
might be a new towel or two la

one or me encnanung new designs
Such fashion designers as Vera
have recently Joineu tae roster ol
famous designers bending the r ta talents
lents talents to make wiping dtsnes a co colorful
lorful colorful experience.
Even mouern kitchen may not
boast a built-in breadboard, ne ne-cessitatin
cessitatin ne-cessitatin an; awkwaro storage ot
one in a drawer. A welcome gift
might be one of the rtew ooarJs,
hanusome enougn to repose on the
counter all Ue t.me. U- i
A combination bread- and and-cheeseboarr,
cheeseboarr, and-cheeseboarr, rnunri am. mud m

oilea teak, lor example., is im

ported irom JJenmartC. t
Where the counter space is li limited
mited limited and staolea are ,orn in

various cupooarda around the

Kucnen, nanasome, space-con-aervine
canister a otft onuii

well earn you the Ule ot "moat

uiougnuui gui-giver."
There are bin-typea; four tip tip-out
out tip-out hina houmiri In u r..

gular box or plaatlc, pull-out bins
in a cabinet which could be hung
on a wall.

Gleaming stainless steel cani canisters,
sters, canisters, des.gned by Michael, Lax,
are tlat-siaeu lor .compact suir suir-age
age suir-age and flat-topped for stack :m.
These have black handlea la Del Deled
ed Deled with the traditional augar cof-fe-tea-flour
markings, or you cm
buy them in plain bs wlUj stick stick-on
on stick-on labels for other tyss Of stapiea.
Stainless steel measuring
scoops, shining-I ke Chrlatmaa or ornaments,
naments, ornaments, or similar ones of cop copper
per copper are handsome and useful for
dozens of measurements.
A family-size casserole of the
oven-to-table varittv mir

Just the thing for the homemakef

wnose cnuaren nare graauatmn
from highchalr to family dinner
table. v
There aro amnv tn thnn.. .a

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and pepper shakers, oil and vine.

gar cruets,

A gay pair can spark ak t'hea
table, but check to be sure 'tors

wo e. out check to be sure Ttoas
are easily removed anr) p'-K
re ata-,. rVnata rtAii't

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Tha feast of tha nattvlly will 1m
parochial organkations, which
include tne woman Auxiliary
Choir Guild, Order .of fit Vincent
and Vestry "Committee.- -7 y
' Communion services ire listed
for Pedro Miguel on Monday and
Friday mornings at :30, com com-memdrating
memdrating com-memdrating the fest'6f St. Thoi
mas and feast of St Stephen, res respectively.
pectively. respectively. CHURCH Of OOD
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The Paralso Church of God will
hold its annual Christmas pro
gram, on Monday with a variety
program, scheduled to start at
7.30 p.m.
The public is Invited.
4i
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observed with choral Eucharist
at St Peter'a Church in U Boet
on Chrlitrnti ave, starting 10: SO
CLOVERBLCOM
p.m.
as i preiuae 10 ine ceieorauon,
which will be officiated by the
Rev. John Speir, a proce'sion of
the chorister, acolytes and elerjrj
will take place through the church.
Father Spear will also be cele celebrant
brant celebrant and preacher at the choral
Communion tomorrow, -scheduled
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held in the parish haU by the

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' rrl iBCUCK N.C.O. WIVES CLOT members in cooperation, with the Service Club thia year assisted the 'members of JWTO,

rhith oun Battalion. O Co. 1st Battle Group,

WvV thm hom to their families. From

in Murdoch -Mri. JtanclaJBerger, Mrs. Barbara Brown,
PhOtO). :

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WASHINGTON (UPD-Some
650 friends mjrfrt,orflReei?i
Brooks Haysu (Arki?t' JX
SSf ta?t ftiSP
at dinner last night.
Tubtte figures from both .par .par-tlM
tlM .par-tlM and from aU sections of the
wuntty paid- tW VSVthhaH
a the'dlnnef- staged dn, e J)aH J)aH-iSomoT
iSomoT J)aH-iSomoT Willari Hotel,
pending a '4nquirylato .alleged
in his victory, v.- ...

&y,S told .th; gatherum at tne
North,Sou9i split on achotd Jtota-
ll.:j..nniAV'8mir us to ereat-

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fling nnage,s

aVaVrimll I II

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fears "f$& antagonisms.

Ha laid the messages he had
i.nfmvrv state since

his defeat affirmed his belief that
the moderate, cause-was not lost.

I Hava. a supporter oi'scnooi

nereon. called anew for a.

. ,rw tft Uw however unpopu-

j: lar, including tne supreme vouti

t integrauon ecucw.

; T.nMlit "B511v,i Graham told

V the dinner that the. people ofAfi

i kansas and the nation were snip.
, ned at Hays' defeat. He said
Hays's home district of Little-Kock
' "realizes it has made a tragic"
mistake and will in my opinion,
, rectify this mistake In short or or-'.
'. or-'. der."

Graham apparently referring
i to the election campaign, said

Hays "is familiar with ArKansas
ivinH nH Tprhna a Bood deal of

i it was thrown his way during the

if recent election",
t He praised the lawmakeras
. "one of thosfirare Jewels that
lint heltied lift the WMd 'polities'

j out of the mud, slime and mire,
; to help it have a new meaning
5 In modern America."

i Graham jaid Hays'

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sense has kept him in the middle

of the road when taost men were
traveling the ruts on either side"
of the bitter intearatlon dispute.

Hays told the dinner that "one
of the enigmas of modern life it

uiai 'Ulf Will 100KS so ucccyuvei
strong while the conquering power
of compassion appears so frail".

But. he ; Bald, "I know from

what I have seen and heard

since Nov, 4 that healing hands
are beintf laid ution the bruises

of HI will and human conflict and

that -the task of educating both
sides and' all sides to the alterm
tive Solutions of the problem can

he accompusnea.v

. The 27 members' of the House

and Senate who made reserva reservations
tions reservations for the dinner included 'Sen.
Olln iD. iiJohnston (D-S.C.) and

Re.p. Howard- w.i, smith (DVa.).
Sen. : "WiUiam Fulbriaht (D-

Ark.) bought a ticket but said he
could not be nresent.

sColf ate Darden,.' .president of

tmh univemtf! otfi Virginia, was

toastmaster. :
. Arthur S. ; Flemmintr'. secretary

of health, education and welfare,

made. Teservauons for the dinner,

Former i Preswerrt Harry s; fru

man, it was learned, dealt him himself
self himself out on the grounds his pres

ence might inject .controveirjy into

the occasion. s
Adlai E. Stevenson, one 'Of the
nonsors' of the dinner, was ore-

vented from attending by a con conflicting
flicting conflicting schedule. Many messages
of tribute to-Hays were nn hand

from those not present, including

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SPECUlL. MUSIC mfcNHANCE HOLIDAY COFFEE
C5 Festive Christmas decorations nB '..backfroonii; mUslc of
Christmas carols set the theme for the ort AmSdor; Of fleers'
Wires Club coffee at the Amador Officers' Club. f
b -Mrs. Charles L. Dasher and Mrs. Ralph A. Jones presided at
afc the table.-which was decorated with a green elotfc nd en en-terpiec
terpiec en-terpiec of red carnations. i. V L ...

Special entertainment was presemeu' ay rS. f. 1

an accomplished accordionist.

Hostesses foor the occasion were
the wives of the G-4 Section of of-ficeraand
ficeraand of-ficeraand ihcluded Mrs. L. U.
Farnsworth, chairman, Mrs. C. W.
Reeves,. Mrs. F. J. Sp.egelberg,
MifiJiL. Dworak, Mrs. J. I?.
Hoar .and Mrs. G. W. Carter Jr.
J.1ceeping the. spirit of Chrht Chrht-mast
mast Chrht-mast ;nembers brought gifts to:

To' our students and w
. many friends "Merry
fflLnn and Happy JT
IJt- Dancinr Feet." W
Sj HARNETT & DUNN ff

Cadet Ralnh W. Parker arrived

on the Isthmus Saturday to spend
the holiday season witlt his par
onts Mr. and Mrs. Ralnh D Park-

naiinta at rnrM! HiiDltal.

Guests introduced -by -the clul)
president Mrs.' Hugh OabOTne in in-eluded
eluded in-eluded Mrs. George Wales, Mrs
Robert Hyatt, ) Mrs. JLilBaa Clark,
Mrs. B. J. Svobods, MrtvW. E:
Knight, Mrs. Stell B, Askew Jf,
Mrs Frank J: Hansen and Mis
Harold B. Stahlnian. J

He is a junior student tt Stauu Stauu-Birthday
Birthday Stauu-Birthday Party

Cadtt Parker Htra
Far Holiday Vi;!t

At Balboa USO-JWB
A special group of junior hos hostesses
tesses hostesses will be on hand to help
servicemen who halve brithdays

in December celebrate this even evening
ing evening at the USO-JWB ARmed Froc

Service Center in Balboa.

The party is planned for 8 p.m.,

and will feature a group of sing

ins guitarists. Homemade cakes

will be served.

Meeting
Central Labor Union

The Canal Zone Central Labor

Union-Metal Trades Council, AKL-

CIO, will hold its annual election
0 officers at a regular monthly
meeting Sunday morning at 8:30

in the meeting room in the indus industrial
trial industrial Training Building at Balboa

Heights.

H. A. McConaughey, former pre

sident of the organization, will be

a special guest. All delegates are

urged to attend.

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ATLANTA.- Dec 20 CVPI) A

Georgia worn an added a creepy

1958 cnapter w me, annais w poi poison
son poison murders 'ana a Bible-quoting
South CroUna convict voluntarily
changed placet wijth a falsely falsely-condemned
condemned falsely-condemned uinocent man. j.-1

wnsr Rpr jawmen pustasr m
rha South ; mil year possibly
war ma 'armed desperadoes
voting kfdnip trails from itat
to state!. ' i i
But bv far the 1 biceest Dixie

rrim ailcatSnn vi4 tha 'fanro

that Mrs. Anjette Lylejj, a Macon,

ua., restaursm owner, naa poi

soned four relatives in a setting
bf romantic intrigues1 and black

magic. 1 v

' As I criminologist pointed out
while th Lvlpi mnrHp raA hart

lines ,ian blackest,: arsenic is not
a new distaff .mnnlpr wsannn

A Negro woman in Alabama was

uien reaping ainira uie sentence

for using It.
What intrieued fhn -nnli fanrv

about Mrs. LyWws her bravur,a
in carrying some ant poison in
her purse, and the nian'a photo-

grapns rouna siunea in socks a-
monff a hpdrnnm'1 fulf nf mm1im

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parapnernaiia t r i
At hpi trial Hia Ani.MMi1.

32-year-old woman said she be

lieved her pictures and, potions
would bring Ba"cV;hef lover,- but
her testimony left unchallenged a
$40,000 alleged 'motive for killing

lurmer mouier-jn-raw, two bus
bands and r a rtanehtof

.The tangled tale of legacies and
life, insurance netted Mrs. t.vIps

8 sentepce to be elctrocuted for

t.iu emm, ,-ra sentence now

WJH w abeyance .by an -appeal.
The Negro woman, Mary Per-
Kins. 37. nf Splmn 41o

VlCtea nf nAICAAinn n 1.

iu, n ciueny man. ana a nus-

iwr, uia wsuwmoe to meet

payments, on poliqios- jhe had tak-
Aft mtf Am frn -it... r A

w outer persons.
As Dr. Dudley, fleGroot of Emo

She' let the men"dd all the 'rbue'h'(

wotrav v

But the men Jailed af Texafta

na, Tex., broke out, kidnaped i

Of cars and Ipi) nnlina nf -si tat

on a chase jyst. to ,jet 'back to

Two-of; thern; were.eaiptured In

Orlando, Ha.; and teansjwed -1
Tampa, where, they wrecked-'on
jail, thence to Atlanta where they
damaged another and finally to
the; Federal penitentiary for fafe
keeping. K
-Other ganf memiben r-:w e f
rounded up' in half-dozen differ different
ent different Georgia towns.? "t

Nixon Fefe: Ike Md Mamie s
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vyra Lozy At-tlome Hatty,

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--President and Mrs. Eisenhdwer
dropped in on the Richard f M.
Nixon's for; the: first time last
nifiht and staved fnr' ahMir threa

and ahalf houjrs.

ine vice President and his wife
fed the fu:st family, a roast beet
dinnectTherA war thy official "m.

port va how they spent, the test

oime evening, hut was believed
they played bridge, watched tele television
vision television or just chattedr -'
Besides the President and i his
wife, Mamie, the only guests were
the President's son, MaJ. ?John
Eisenhower; his wife, Barbara,
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Allen,
and GenV and Mrs. Alfred M.
Gruenther,:Thfe Jatter ,two couples

The President.'ln'ia tuxedo,s and
Malrue,-' wearing a full-skirted red.
dress, arrived with thier son and
daughter-in-law shortly after 7:30
p.m. They left at boat 11 p.m.,
reaching the Whit House 15 min.
utes later. 'i i-
1 The Nixow- greeted th EUen EUen-howera
howera EUen-howera on the at am f thlr tit

000 rambling "Norma& English

nerastone house m a ncrthwegt
Washington suburb. The house wm
decorated for Christma With
three red electric 'candels ifr each
window. r f t
' A kree froiitpd wreath ti

the front door and logy burned on

uie- living room-: areolae -' w

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rv univprsitv in., in..,.

iin, ; r: saiu,

women a Dnor violence," but not
UlOSe mn Whn -IninaJ tk. mir.

Dixie, rogues gallery.'

iney blazed- trails 'of holdups
and. kidnapings from Louisiana to
lennessee, -Florida 'and "Georgia
-But. Krl .1, nnr- -u":5..J

... -,- nuui senna
Was1 a JinftpiKwl -naAMM u.

f essed 'slaying Gharigr Drake in
a fruitless- JeffeTson."fia

Rothschild's 1 trigger work had
occurred two v.ar w.

yea-rs which Jame 8.. Foster, a
weer, -S.C-; housenainter and f.

thar of nine,chadren;,spent in the
f,w of th Metric thair
- When Rolhsrhilrl nnnfcoj j

wept on Foster's shiulder, a sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic public almost forgot that
lawyers had already-been tighten tighten-tt
tt tighten-tt A w"b'!of videni!e wound the
fr0-';m'. Policeman-then
serving, time in South Carolina.

And I lL ?t?m ?entence.
And in Foster's' happr reunion
with his ViMtvlW JL w-iS

, nraa XUI-

soiwnr or io7give? that1 the ex-'

cuuvici naa oeen1 out "carousing
with several other touples in the
area when arrested. '

iwvwious Aiipn scozzoiino, es es-eajjfe
eajjfe es-eajjfe artist wahte In "Alabama :
Tennesseie ana'- Gdorgil, got his
comuppahce quicker in lesr than
a Week afterntaoirm an' tiBono'

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Atlanta supermarket holdup with

vi vii j. ui uunug umi ume ne
eluded Atosses like j tihantom.

Edwards broke froni Dalton,
Ga. ork'camp, kldflaped alonan
In r nearby home-for a trip ilnto

Tennessee, and Kidnaped three
boys for a ride to Birmingham,
Ala. There he vanished.
Perhaps- the most tcoublseome
group was a MO-niatf burglary
gang that range over North Geor
gia led by Mrs. Ruby Pugh, a 32 32-yeartold
yeartold 32-yeartold platinum blonde who al-

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-v; Members of tbe Fort -Clayton
Thrift Club Assoc-ation' entertain entertained
ed entertained for students at tbe Salvation
t Army School for the Blmd" last

week, -- serving holiday :. ainner i
and singing Christmas carols.
The complete dinner was pre
pared in advance, loaded in a ata-
tiqa waogn and escorted to the
school jn the Masonic Temple' in!
' Panama by military-; police and
. National Guard members: Vi
Serving, the- pinner were, Mrs
Pafc Templet6n,'Wrs; Louise Beck Beck-enger
enger Beck-enger Mrs. Betty Dowell, Mrs
PhyUls Pafenberg,5 Mrs. Evelyn
. Juicef 'Mrs.' LilHanFMoncha, -Mrs
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Carter;.; ptvkHn':t
:i-Anothr holiday party 1 or ; the
school students was.aiven-by a
' mum nf women i who Presented

the school a decorated .Christmas
tree,, useful gifts, foodstuffs, and a
check: -representing donations
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vAll .Star Circle., Orchid Chapter.,
,OrEXyvndrthf British, Aid Socie Society
ty Society ,"" 4' x i'S'lf,.'-'- K --.
The visitors included Mrs. Peggy
Parker, Mrs, Harriet Tewm
kel, Mrs. A. Saarinen and. Mrs.
Asnea Hearon.
Representative students -spoke- in
both, Spanish and Enelishr expres expressing
sing expressing their ; ithaoks.- ,The students
enjoyed a- turkey dinner, brought
by the visitorsj'..; Ji2vK.V'i
In additionv to jtfie houaay visits.
the-'Fort-'Clayton' Thrift Club and
the .BalboaWbman's5; Club rsend
regular monthly"' donations to the
School for the Blind ta help wHhl
expenses for students' 'lunches and
provide "pocket moneys & m eaeh
students -" There ,f are "r no 'iStiHed
Staff members at .the, ichooL
Judor after Mrf Cro'we"'-;""
Have Holiday Visitors x.
Miss Betty Gwynn Cr9we, a stu
dent at the University of Kentu
cky, and her grandmother, Mrs:
i anny -rowe, or t.a. grange, jvy.
are expected to arrive on. the Isth
Space

Civilian

Whole New Faniily Of Rockets

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WASHINGTON Dec. 20 (UPI)
America's civilian; space agency
Elans -to foff. whole ne,w- lami lami-'
' lami-' ofVoikets thoost space ex exploration'.
ploration'. exploration'. Within a- few years to
a point where men will fly beyond
the eawi tmbs5h,eft.;ii -y
T. Keitjy Glennan, administrator
of tho. Rational .Aeronautics and
Space:JWmirii5-tim.announeed
the goa'infa 'ipeecttllast night.
He said it will be servers! years
before the United' States will -be
kU ,a mrnnJ "m i mAAra Amir
m uic lvj aguu uiu wvuwh j
MjrBury'i tnt(h tptce.' ":
Many satellites and space probes
will have to be launched a con considerable
siderable considerable number. Jiext year' to
, gain, the necessary scientific data
' for project; Mercuryr e Glennad
; said. He added that these will ap ap-oear
oear ap-oear to have little glamor.
: He didnot elaborate on. th,e:
,new group of rockets- now being
'planned.
He merely said that NASA this
I week "took the initial; steps loofe
, ing toward the development of a
'family of boosters that should a-
tis'y the nation's requirements for
' the next five'1 years. u
T Shortly before he spoke, how

ever, Nasa announced it would
spend 200 million dollars ever the'
' next four years to develop a rock rocket
et rocket engine with one million pounds
- of thrust "to advance U.S. ex exploration
ploration exploration of space."
' In awarding a contract to North
, American Aviation, the .agency
said the rocket booster eventual eventual-'
' eventual-' ly may be used for manned satel satel-.
. satel-. lites and space erift."
There were these related devel devel-,
, devel-, : opments:
The Air Force. ordered In Increased
creased Increased production f the Snark

, intercontinental guided missile and

the Navy name ? McDonnell Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Co. of St. Louis to produce
, a new, all-weather jet' fighter to
- ; replace' present 'models by the ear
' ly 1960f.

i flTbeiJjrmy..jwith.,a.:ble missile
Mogram anS under orders to trim

. ,- iiits overiirmanpower?.announcea
Hfwill close thjie instsllafiohs- by,

vnext sumner or, 'as soon is pres
,-.ry-;if-j "if .!( .,,: ;
jntii' wb'fe hmA J',
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erwi&o
is. Ohm J 'i
mus today to spend the Christmas
holidays with Judge and Mrs. Gu Guthrie
thrie Guthrie I". Crowa of Ancoa
Frenk X. Zeimeti j a '.
Nam4 Skal President '
Frank X Zeimetj was electee
president of the Panama Chapter
of the Skal Club during : the re
gular -.monthly meeting. He sue
ceeds Manuel Castillo of Colon, j
:lected7 as the new vice-presi
dent was'Camilo Fabrega,- Tom
Lindo, secretary; Arturo Linda,
treasurer; Juan rAntonut de la
Goardiar.Sfstnt secreury-crea-
surer.
Directors for the. coming year
will include Manuel Castillo. Os
mond Kelly. Manuel Graialei and
.tnrff SiavAftra. r
iSkal, an international travel and
transportation social oreaniuuoa
received its chapter ; three .years
ago from me Mexiean Skal ciuo
Stanley -Fidanqae j"w- the : first
president, and waa succeeded" by
unaries.Kea smitn..
..Membership ia the Skal Club -to
limited to executives in the air
lines, steamship. railroad, travel
agency and hotel businesses. Ralph
Reber wsi accepted as a new
member at the recent meeting.
; Members of the Panama Skal
Club have visited, with their wives
meaeuin ana coeoia. coiomnia.
Lima, Feru,. Mexico and Miami.
VHring inv coming jear mey. piao
trips to Costa .-Rica,: El Salvador
aayana, 1 ana TJNew; uriesns.
i T"?V.v"iV''! nfi yf' ir;ti.V..
Amdr Ypwth Couhel-! ?? n .:;
etes Mllitarv KMtormH -'V,A
--Children ofArmy.f ad Navy per
sonnel at Fort Amador-'wit he
guests of the Fort Amador'Yftuth
Council at -S festive party tomor
row afternoetf at the Fort Amador
Post Theatre.
The party, scheduled for 3:30
ptm.-wifl featjire.OTovies, refresn refresn-ments
ments refresn-ments -gifts and -Christmas caroll
Children ages one through ten are
Agency Plans
V
v A
enL activities can
be transferred
to ,other posts.
1t'said lhat hv InnrHw.tfn Ft
PolkKLa.. Ft. Chaffee. Ark. nH
FW Milei. De.. within mr h
would begin, to 'save, $9,290,000 an-

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By WILLIAM H. SINCLAIR
International Representative
. J ..ATSCME, AFL-CIO
Labor leaders 't e p r esentina
nore man, 2o,uoff,wo organized
worcer W me western ncnu ncnu-sphere
sphere ncnu-sphere gathered .afcBogoti, Co Colombia
lombia Colombia earlv thia month to par
ticipate in a continental Seminar
and. the fourth Congress, of. the
ORIT-ICFTU. L
. Those Mils who naa tn,e priT priT-ilege
ilege priT-ilege of taking part in the emt-
nar. left the class rooms or ine
National '.Unlverslr w i t h .; a
wealth of. Information covering
mostlv' every intportant problem
affectin the lives ; of f working
men and women to' our, respec
tive countries an da clear picture
of the need. for more .effective
ATwanlaat.lnn 1 of workers the
dangers pi communism,, iana
American dictatorships and the
economic, social and civic prob problem
lem problem i throuothouti our new. world.
- Representing the American
Federation 61 State;1 Connty
andMnhicioal Employes, AFL-.
CIOCIO driegatloh, :: I took;
time out to delve deeply lute
th problems affecting, Canal
Zone non-TJ.8. eltisen workers,
particularly the ..new. Canal,
?:one SingU Wage Plan and
he treat problem ndw facing.
' Canal Zone workers as far as j
' hitnre wage increases, : and.
otner social advances are eon-
ierned. v.iv v-r
- I waa supported by' delegate
from anions in the Republic whO
did an excellent job, ,in tepre-
seminsr Panamanian labor un
ions at the Seminar "and -the
Conaress. -: '-
While echAn'glns; expef iehceg
lrr our classrooms, aeiecates irpm
tfll countries would' take note of
the experiences f Other dele
gates,-try to .mike comparisons
with similar situations in, their
resnective countries and chart
out possible ; workable solution
to their problems. ,! T
. ,- --'
For instance) '.our Canal Zone
wage problem (A relation to
the Jtepublic of Panama and
surrounding .eountries was
compared to a similar Situation
now existing In the United
States and Canada In relation;
tn other countries throughout
the world.
It was recognized that unless
the labor movement throughout
the free-world is able to advance
s 1 m u ltaneously with the a a-chievements
chievements a-chievements of the North Amer American
ican American labor movement eventually
the North, American unions will
find themselves unable to ad advance
vance advance or increase or even main maintain
tain maintain the high standards of living
they now, enjov. since the high
cost of production !of "goodg ito
the "United States and Canada
would out-price the goods from
these countries in the world's
common .markets ;. i.-r.i
It waC Argued' that -while the
Canal Zone does not involve the
Production of goods our situa-
tlon is one which points out the
fact that since 1948, our unions
have been- steadily increasing
wagejt in the, Canal Zone while
very ntue has been done in tne
Republic, resulting in a wide dis disparity
parity disparity of wage ,xates In the two
aY0M. ,S .virj-f-v
Therefore' fpf 1Pahat'.Zone,
nofl-U.S. cftwen workers are
. new faeed with the dilemma
of not, being able to obtain
wage increases since workers in
Panama earn, so much less for
simusr woru

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tabor Leader Reports" ntSfM
Conference In Boaota

Nonetheless, the positions ol
Locals 900- and. 907,: 'were ex
plained at the seminar and con
gress pointing out that our un unions
ions unions are in complete disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with the united states
government interpretation or
the Canal Zone Single Wage
Plan and we shall continue ito
maintain ,our policy of pegging
our wage structure to that of
the united states.
It goes without sayine. 1 how
ever, that reality must be faced
and we cannot but admit that
w,mi b AbB.AauxLM. ..... m -. u . . v.
all over Latin America We -must
advance simultaneously, at least
percentagewise, to be able; to
help each other and maintain
the nignest stanaara oi living
possible and correct the present
situation whereby only a : a; few I
groups are advancing, while
others- remain Inactive or un
productive.- ;- -: r -; .i ;
,We delved deeply into the
question of organization, educa
tion, legislation, negotiation ana
publicity.' --; yk
we aiscussea at iengtn tne
necessity for the proper prepar preparation
ation preparation of union negotiators;;; the
S reparation of the union mem mem-ershlp
ershlp mem-ershlp to understand and sup support
port support the negotiators while they
are making their: demands be before
fore before management; the legislative
aspects, particularly as they. af.
feet public employes and other
autonomous ana semi-auwno-
moua; 'K government a g e n cies;
preparauon or pumic opinion so
that the. public will understand,
appreciate, an osuppon -nt ue ue-mands
mands ue-mands of organized labor. 5 ;
AGENCIAS V.
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AMERICAN

; 'As an example from the Canal
Zone tht situation where the
workers and the public were
grossly misinformed about'the
recent dockworkers problem war
aired. '
The experts at the Seminar
agreed that out anion acted
wisely on the position we took,
but it Was pointed out that toe
much was taken for granted in
assuming that the dockworkers
.were informed,
t We were urged to follow th
policy of property" preparing Our
membersnip to unaersiana wnni
is being done for them and make
sure that they and the public at
all levels are well tafqrmed :'he :'he-f
f :'he-f ore concluding that since '"' we
know' the problem the workers
shouia also Know tnem,-;
; Wrrairt from the United Na
tions, the International abor
Organization at Geneva, me ;in.
turnational confederation of
vtpm Trade unions, tne inter-
Amencan ttegionai urnanwuun
of Workers and the Colombian
government made Interesting
presentations on : hemispheric
economic problems.
! tTh sublects of economic de
velopment, agrarian questions,
trade and prices of raw mate materials
rials materials and the common markets
and the economic integration of
central America were : (Widely
aired.
, The hostility of the press in
most Latin American countries
toward labor unions was thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly discussed.' I was happy
. to be able to state that the
Isthmian press was not num numbered
bered numbered among the group taint-
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Bj J. RETTINGER

Mary Lynn Stoakley, the queen
f the ice Palace, reigned Friday
light at the American Legion,
21ub. Frank Bright, the amiable
jmcee, introduced the queen and i
aer court, Ann Brasweli, pat
Oempsey, and Hoi and Lil Sims.,
The boys who were chosen for
the varsity baseball team are:
Charley French, Mike Klipper,
Mq Schoch, Worden French, Ken
Pearl. Joe Garcia. Bill Engelke,
Gary Ness, Phil Cage, Doug Pa-i
iae Lane Tnompson. John Mor.
ris, Jeff Kline, Lem Kirkland,
Dick Ness, Frank Ammarite,
Buzz Rathgeber, Dick Scott.
Rocky Blevlns, and Curtis
Scharzrock.
The Dec. 15 JIOTQ Review was
ed as hostile since we had the
fullest cooperation from all the
newspapers of the land.
After discussine all the Drob-
lem affecting our people in our
respective countries and our
governments, the workers in in
dustry, public service, the mari maritime
time maritime service and tilantation
workers, all students were given
diplomas and urged to return to
their countries and trv to nut to
good use all the things we had
learned at that busy . Seminar
which kept us on the go 12 hours
a day, every day of the week.
NEXT SUNDAY: Interna International
tional International obstacle to Free Trstfe
Union Organization,

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you were waiting for

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Germs in the mouth are the most com common
mon common cause of bad breath (halitosis).

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breath will be clean. . feel clean,

And LISTERINE'S wonderful' ffect :Usts
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" It If tonight

won by A" Company with Tony
Womble acting as eompany com.
mander in the absenoe of- Fat
Tate, who was takhik his pbysl pbysl-caUlor,NEOTCi,
caUlor,NEOTCi, pbysl-caUlor,NEOTCi, T
The halls' of BHS are begin beginning
ning beginning to .even smell like holly.
Strangely enough, no mistletoe
has been floating around yet
Knock on wooq. All the class

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J viS?l PANAM0NTE INN i
; fellk B0QUETE
aI fr
i Fr coming H
lU HOLIDAYS
' Telegraph four'
'. reservation. '':
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Beautiful Italian Dolls in different styles
GIFTS for Ladies land Gentlemen at lower

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rooms are alive 'with gay 'decor 'decorations
ations 'decorations and. other signs of -ihe
Christmas spirit. J
I've been dreaming of, wh!!e
Christmas for almost four years
vow, it seems impossible that
one could ever be down here, but
then you never can telL
Merry Christmas to all.
IJSA.
Open 'till 10:30 p.m. and
all day Sunday Dec. 21
miiinmijuiniiiia
a
4-
breath.
Xm -."4 tlhi
take chances.

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PAGE. TEN

TBS 5LKDAX JU1UUCAJ

print Hajadi

HHoman, Alpina, Distante
la Wide Open $1000 Race

I Seven fourth sen',, imported thoroughbreds wijl
battle it out for the major share of the $1,000 purse
5: offered in a special sprint "handicap" this afternoon
?! at the President Remon racetrack.

Alpina and Distante, impressive
Jwirnen. their last times out, and
'Roman, which was second to the
brilliant Siete y Medio, are the
ton Tio entered for the r2ce. Mar
JiBrsvo. Ch?fotero. Caracoles and
'P.!otous more or less figure to
'.make up numbers.
Distante turned seven furlongs
;iast week in 126 2 5 while Mpina
won over the same distance in
Jl ?8 3-5." Homan lost to Siete y
; tJJoHin Ky ihrrf pnC- in 1:26 2-5.
'Alert F. Alvarez will be aboard
'Fman leadine iockev Braulio
'E-"za wiH do the. von'in2 on Al Al-'pina
'pina Al-'pina asain md Uuiilernio San San-'
' San-' -cer. "'ill attempt to make it two
jtr-ic't on Distante.
Mar Brsvo, which is enjoying
'r're form and has been in the
: jnonev hi las sW.time 0,- could
, '! an unfetter here al'ho"9h it
' Viosn't arvr likplv. Vireilin Tas
t;Hn. as usual, will be aboard Mar
'Bravo.
' rancisco .Tustiniani will guide
i 'Cicntero ,Tnp Talaera has
' Spary a5sior)pd the mount on bad-u-lo-ed
Caracoles and Felix San San-ch"'
ch"' San-ch"' will ridp sueedv THotnus.
Tv,p tprondarv rittrpct'on will be
a tpcf for snppdj T!ritich 0"H Dptv
pndpM which will Hp maVing H
first art against top series im imported
ported imported throiPv'v'rpH: over seven
"21ont,s. T,p ""re0 ,n n"tpr'"t.
T"i Embassy, Lo-
' bo ffhtl Melendez.
tnfcrmal. Rasazza and Detie"d Detie"d-rp
rp Detie"d-rp ali entered for the 3. 3.-noo
noo 3.-noo aHed on nip and one-eishth
T0, Vprj-'j Classic.
-r,?f,rrt,v cr""ix. on orldi--'01
m"t-iiis fovnrite. survived a
'Jfoul claim to scorp bv three three-;oart.er!
;oart.er! three-;oart.er! 0f a lnrth over nut-
f'dpr Ro'tn M'Ha Annther
')tvirp"-"iiarters of a length back
'tiTfn troraclo In the $750 seven
'JfuHonari srjrint.
Alejandro Perez, Ruben Vas Vas-"owz
"owz Vas-"owz pnd Jose" Ulloa scored two
. wins each to share saddle hon-ors.

THE DIVIDENDS:
First Race
lRecife $13.00. $3.80
2 Dofia Flora $2.80
Second Race
1 Diocese $8.20, 6.20
2 Zumar $5.40
First Double:- $87.20
Third Race
1 Marylin $2.80. $2.20
2 .Silver Girl $2.20
One -Two. $8 40
Fourth Race
1 Buificapleitos S3.40, $2.60
2 CTuacaroaya S2.$ff
1 Doblfr Fllfl 'ft.20, $ 180
2 LucIri'iTe'tU?'
1- lonla's pt, f6g 2.80
g-veritfc Mac v
2far)tlstt2fr ::?, J
SeCort fiouWe': 32160
Flehtfc.
1 Taia vv $ V5.Rn$5 .60
2Pnrrline $' 4n
Oulnlifi- .i'..on
Vint Rfp
lMichaux S.P0- 80
2 n:it- Ms'lo V40
One vo' $3nsn
TrntVi Rpop
1f!nltrn 20. 2.20
2Marirnan 3n
1vPpful jtQfifl.' $5.80
2 Pnnqal 3.60

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO
1- Arflyla Ttloro
2- Bret Manuel Pedraza
3 Linda Susy Mcllizo
4Mauricio Madam Cucu ()
6-Platado Dagon
7 Homan .J. Alpina

8 Highland Prine Joytro

9 Don Lucho Aholenao

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SIX-FEET-TWO
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...w his own
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us Davis cup Team jMaflbdrcts Bedmon To Make
Cains Decisive Lead; .;,".:;,; . c
Inlnlerzone
PERTH, Australia, Uc-20 . 4 ' i v V?'-;-'
UPI.-Th?.V"'trl.,?!V" ?Ti flBv J.:j.jWARRISONJr. ''fv,,;

cud team today aalned dead

ing 3-0 lead agamtt Italy in the
Davit Cup inttnone finals and
the right to meet Auttrala in
the Brisbane .Challenge round
matches, Dec. 29-31.
Ham Richardson and Alex 01 01-medo
medo 01-medo copped th victory by de defeating
feating defeating Orlando Sirofa and Ni Nicola
cola Nicola Pietrangel in the doubles,
in a marathon match, 7-1, 4-4,
13-11, 7-5.
Olmedo beat Pietrangell and
Richardson .downed Sirola In.
yesterday's opening day singles,
matches.

Cleveland Browns.
Hew York Giants
To Clash Today
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UPI)--Can
the Cleveland Browns extend
professional football's finest rec record
ord record against the upstart New Yore
Giants? 1
Seventy thousand fans will jam
Yankee Stadium tomorrow ISun ISun-day)
day) ISun-day) and hundreds of thousands
will tune in C.B.S. TV-radio broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts at 2 p.m., EST, to learn the
answer to that question?
Cleveland, boasting a master
coach in Paul Brown and per perhaps
haps perhaps the game's finest runner in
Jim Brown, will meet coach
Jim Lee Howell's unspectacular
but spirited Giants in a playoff
for the National Football League's
Eastern Division title. The win winner
ner winner will entertain the Baltimore
Colts, Western Division winners,
in the league championship game
Dec. 28.
The Giants, who defeated the
Browns twice this season by a to total
tal total of seven points, are slight fav favorites.
orites. favorites. If the score is tied at the
end of the regulation "ame, the.(
teams will go into "sudden death"
overtime victory going to the first
to score in any fashion.
It is the first Eastern Division
playoff, since 1950, when the
Giants also won both regular sea season
son season contests with the Browns and
then lost the playoff game at
Cleveland on an Icy field, 8-3.

SHORTS

First Soviet Horses
w. ..t ...

LAUREL, Md. (UPI) -Rus

sia's double entry of Garnir and

Zarvad in the 1958 Washington,

DC, International became the
first Soviet horses ever to race on

an American track.
Bad Years for Phils

' Philadelphia (UPI) -The
Philadelphia Phillies had only
one first division finish ih the
31-year period between 1918 and
1948 when they finished' fourth
in 1932.
They Stopped DiMag
CLEVELAND (UPI) -Starting
pitcher Al Smith and reliever
Jim Bagby Jr. were .the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians pitchers "who stop stopped
ped stopped Joe DiMaggio after he had
batted safely in 56 consecutive
games. It happened in a night
game July 17, 1941.

DIABLO HTS. 2:30 1:00

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PARAISO Tuesday,
December 23rd
"THE TRINIDAD STEEL
-.: BAND"

Bv J. J. -HARRISON Jr.

Baltimore Oriole righthander Charley Beamon, whose only .'victory in th4 major
leagues was against the World Champion N ew York Yankees last summetV is slated to
make his Panama Professional League deb'iit today when his Marlboro club play

Kings at 3 o'clock at the Olyrnpic Stadium,

XPA ot

TOP SCORER lieutenant Colonel JTax H. Turner1 fVljjht) Is
presented a trophy by Colonel John D Coney, post commander
at Fort Clayton, for scoring lowest of all men golfers at the Fort
Clayton golf course during the m'onjth. of November. Colonel Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, scoreil 75 with an 11 handicap which equaled a final score of
64. Trophies are now being presented lady land men golfers at the
Fort Clayton golf course each month. U.S. Army-Photo)

V aides KO's Pat McMurtry,
Claims World Championship

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UPI) (UPI)-Big
Big (UPI)-Big Nino Valdes of. Cuba, ecsta ecstatically
tically ecstatically elated over his first-round
technical knockout of Pat McMur McMurtry,
try, McMurtry, announced today, "I am
claiming the professional heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight championship tf the
world."
The explosive giant, who tagged
McMurtry of Tacoma, Wash., with
the first knockout of his career at
? 39 of the first round Friday
night in Madison Square Garden,
declared: I'll defend my titja a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Floyrl Patterson, who is
really. only amateur champion
because Jw defends only against
amateurs. Ani I'U kill him -because
i'm an assassin a knock knockout
out knockout assassin.'
V 'tjes, who flew he-ma to Ha Havana
vana Havana this r orning for a two two-day
day two-day visit, charged th ; Patter,
son was afraid to fight him be be-ca.se
ca.se be-ca.se 'he pulled away frem a
fight with that was lmot
closed for 'N Garden eri Dei.
12. Now hern get $40000 for
fiqhting me at Havana.'

Nino is rated second among

contend- by the Ring Maga?ine
and fourth ly the NBA. He was
favored st nii last night.
Refstee H rry Kessler stepped
the national? televised and broat.
cast hout last night beoa- e ci
New Yirk state's three knoc-kdown
provision. He ruled that 26 year year-old
old year-old Pat, who never had ber n
the canvas bnfore, wag .vtulalT
floored three t mes.
However, there was much dis-.
agreemeit inut the nu.nbcr of
knockdown:- although everyone ad admitted
mitted admitted that Kessler acted correct

ly In stopping the massacre when
he did Pat was in a bloody stupor
at the time.
The lOth-ranking contender from
the Northwest, caught cold with a
lefjt hook in the round never; had
a chance to recuperate.
Thirty-four year old VaMes,
matching his six foot three and
his 21S pounds against McMur McMur-try's
try's McMur-try's six-foot-one and 188 pounds,
used the longest reach in boxing
81 inches to make- aif easy

target of his retreating opponent.
After several long smashes to
the body, Nino lifted his fire to
tht head and stunned Pat with a
left hook to the chin. Then anoth-

S R
r v& f

er terrific left hook dropped Mc McMurtry
Murtry McMurtry to one knee for a count
of two and the rest of the manda

tory eight-count on his feet.

Nino tore "fter him and drop dropped
ped dropped him with a left-right to the
chin for "nine.' Nino swarmed
after him and tylcMurtry, try trying
ing trying desperately to. escape, went,
lurching tideways across the
ring arid almost pitched over the
ropes. He slithered down the
rope to one knee but lurched
up immediately.

Many observers deemed that a

"sup,' but Kessler j called it "a
clean knockdown. And he stoo

ped the bout,

An estimated 4,500 saw the Gar

den's last fight of the' year, in

which Valdes registered bis 47th

Beamon. a 23-year-old Negro,

spent most of the 1958 season,

his nrst m me majors, on rme
Orioles' bench but got In enough
games to f lnlsh up jwittr a, a 1-3

record. a r-i-;. '. y'

He won 12 and lost 10 ror van
couver, Open, caassificatlon Paci

fic Coast League, In ,1957 and
moved up to Baltimore this
spring. .i;i,t;,-- ".

A 5 11 180-pounaer, jseamon

arrived' on the Isthmus from
Venezuela last Sunday after-

He played lor Caracas in me

Central Venesuelap League
where, he' compiled an even 4-4
slate. ' i ;

Off to a slow start tn rign rign-hander
hander rign-hander had a losing 2-4 record
up to Nov. 28, but he picked up
tictory No. S a couple of weeks
ago, and then gained his 4th
triumph 4-1 over Gavilanes the
nlgh,t before h left for Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. ..v'.
' He contributed to his own
cause in that contest by blasting
homerun.
Beamon's moand opponent will

be Dick Luebke, a lefthander
with a classy 3-1 record, all of
his triumphs chalked up against

Cerveza Balboa.
Luebke made his first appear-.

ance in the loop Nov: 28 and

beat Cerveza Balboa 6-3 wiin
relief help from Stanley Arthur,
on twc. 2 he was called in from

the bullpen against Marlbqr in.

the late -innings ana was me ios.
inn hurler when the Smokers
won out 7-5 In 11 frames..
Dick picked up his second
win goinr the distance in the
Kings 4-3 triumph over the
Beermen Dee. "7 and he went
the route again to hurl his
club to a 3-2 victory over Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa Dec. 1$.
Raul Arango Jr.. corownef of
the Kings, has reported thlat all
gate receipts coming to the club
from today's game will be don don-ateid,
ateid, don-ateid, t a local .chfldren'a- insti institution
tution institution tot the 'purpose Df fur

nishing the youngsters with

Christmas gifts.

victory and 34th knockout Is 84
bouts. McMurtry suffered his third

defeat m 34. i v.

Ttt, deeply disappointed, said!

"he caught me before 1 could get

set again. I've no excuses. But

I'd like to fieht-him asain I'd

warm up more in- the dressing

room tnen.

Richie Ashburn Officially Credited
With 2nd NL Batting Championship

CHICAGO, Dec. 20 (UPI)-Rich-ie
Ashburn of the Phillies, a no notorious
torious notorious "leg hitter," was credit credited
ed credited officially with his second Na National
tional National League, batting title today
thanks to a strong finishing 'kick.4
Locked in a v'rtual tie with Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays of the Giants a week
before the end of the 1958 season,
Ashburn beat Willi to the wire
with a .350 average that gained
him his second batting crown in

four seasons by a mere three

points. ;
Official National League aver averages
ages averages released here today showed
Mays second to Ashburn with .347,
followed by Staa Musial of the
Cardinals who was the 1957 cham champion,
pion, champion, with 337; Hank Aaron of the
Braves, .326, and Bob Skinner pf
the Pirates,- 32tTf . ; f
Ashburri's .350 average was
the highest of his Major League
career and it represented an in increase
crease increase of 53 points ever his 1957
mark ef .297. Ashburn, who won
the title In 195S with .338, col collected
lected collected only 39 axtra base blows
among his 215 hits. Two of his
extra baters were homers, 13
triples and 24 double. He drove
in only 33 runs.

The real big gun in the league

was shortstop Ernie Banks of the

Cubs, winner of the Most Valu

able Plaver award.

Banks, only player in the cir

cuit,-to appear In all his team's
games, led the league in home
runs, 47' total: bases',. 379, and

runs batted in, 129., His -.313 bat batting
ting batting average was sixth best in the
Only one other player.' Frank

Thomas of the Pirates, manager
to -drive in at least 100 runs. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas knocked in 109' while hitting

.281. ''
Harry Anderson', scmhomore out

fielder with the Phillies, -was third

in RBrs with 97. with roikie Or

Undo Cepeda and Mays of the

Giants each driving ia 96, and Aar Aaron
on Aaron totaling 95. , f. i
- '' -. -' b

Race. Trbclc ; Graded Entries-

1st RactV th leries'lmpf fgs.1orse 400.08; freel Closet IxM

1-Teloreo if SV Fe?em wfeaawnrtM kiT.im : vli" ; ..'.':

2- Miss Patienc H. Macias 107x -Could take it all I F S-2
3- RuhIante C. uiros lOOx Quit early in last -' ' 10-1
im-i I' J10 Hard ta.beat.hsgw: M
5-Blue Zulu Jl; Gonzales Ins ShnwArt nthin n r.ef, : ia

MPrincesa, V,', Cnstiati 110 -Dependi on7tlrt y fi

i-viiiiiniiaa.;i v ,l0 uano 105 ,-Bates good chance ? f f-l
-- ' ,? .r -'ff '-j 1 -' n .-''Cvrt j
2nd Race. 5th Jeries, Imp. Fgs. Purse $500.00 i Pool Cloes 1:38
? 2nd RACE OF THl DOUBLE V

1-Brete r J. Talavera M -irnMno i-r.

2-Tatm .. J. Rodneuex U2 .T)iiurirntA la it

3. O t MO. (ITV -
Otorongo ; - F, Sanches 102x Doesn't seem likely
4- AlucinsdO; R.- Cristian 112 .Not against these?! "'
5- Vergmeux" .' J. TTilm itn ntU Ka- mnux..1

6-ManueIa Pedrart A. Alfaro 105 Usually close up f
Vecino t 6. Rivera-110 -Can't, discounted l i
s-High Day ft. Vasgues 115 Excluded from betting

1 ,1-1
y mi
4-1
- 5-2
4-1

3rd Race -f Natives 4 Fas Puree 1375.04

' -' ONE TWO

' O. .Brave 112 Ran wel fat last -B.-.Aguirre
ll8 Rider handicaps ;
iA.' Alfaro 115 Impressive win last
J. Jimenef llg -Not against these
. B. Bieia 110 Jockey will" help
S; Cristian 113 Gets real test hem

'
Pst ales

, l-Mayrita

2- Victoria
3- Linda Susy
4- Julie
5- DanieI
6- Melhzo

1:00
J.
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8-2

15-1

4th Race "Special" Imp. I Pgt. Purse o50.00

Q1NIELA ; r,

' J. Talavera 105 Improving steadily

vsquei ,xxp aeems 'nest Here

ft

Peel Closet 2:30

1- Latino
2- Maurieio
3- Carlyle-
4- (Zapaton

s-f Festival

J.' Perez 110 Has shown nothing
' G. Sanchez 110 Could be uosetter

B. Aguirre 110 Not with thi iHifce

-ljfadame Cuci)-J. Phillip 106 ou!d surprise
7-Cordial( A. Lorless lOlx Not ready yet

1-1
5-l
' 8-1
3-1
31
1-1

5th Race "C end D' Naf. 7 Fgs. Pvrse $425.00 Peel Closes 3:30

1- Monaco
2- Black Bee
3,Dr. Bill
4Chito
5-Jamna

J: Ulloa 110 -Could make It bow
J. Talavera 105 Must go lowei
R. Vaaquez ll2 UsuaBy close up 1
F. JustinUnl HOx Not good enough
B. Baeza 118 One-year layoff J

8-2
10-1
3-1
Jl
4- 5
. 4

th Race (hV-Ssrfee Imp. T Fds. Purse iMOO.Otf 9ti CIW. Via

1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

lThe Gipsy
2- Plaleado 'i
3- Lark
4- Collfato ,;
6 Dagon r
6- Sober View'
7- Jack Bit
8- Corviglia'

R. Cristian 110 Ouits badly Iri-'slretcli 4-1
I 3 SanchetvUJ prm. indicate ShIL1 t- 3-2

ti.-uarret loox -i!.any speed onlr V 25-1

R. Prestan 97x Nothing to indicator

J. Talavera 110 -Would pay good price)
J. Phillips 115 Contender this time V
A. Ycaza 115. --Must go-lower t

20-1

5-1
.5-2

Peel eieses 4:10

Race 4th Series Imp. Fgs. Purse 31000. ''
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

rsPECIAIHANDICAP '? t V

V. Castillo 110 V-EnJoying great fbrjai'!'
F. Justiniani lOlx Early speed only; J?'
F. Alavarez 115 '"-Should go aM fhe a'
Talaver,s('105"fci-Lacks a'tpee4 Ap?
ftK'Baex li2' 4i fight to flntsl''";
F Sanchez 102x Would surprise W?--'i
.' Sanchez 115 "-Baek b iest 1m$ laNft-

7th

1- Mar Brave
2- Chacotero
3- Homan
4- Caracoler
5- Alpina
6- Riotous :
7- Distante

-J-V

il-l-l f

1-1
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M

Ith RseeSpecTanti Tmp, WgsvPursk $C0.00 JfuPeof ttosssj t49 :

1-Pepia i. iTslavera iol suaty otsspolflti f04
4 2-Peter's Jti f. Justiniani ,100x-Hopeless case ,v f, jb-l
3- Joyero R. vVasque-lia,,. Rates 'good,c$af -..-l 14
4- Barloa J. CadogaalOO Would pay fat olds !' -V. "o-l
5- Highland Prlnc. J. 'Phillips 112 Reportedly ready :' tflJSSt
6- Dofia Linda B. Baeza 113 -Jockey should help 3-1
J:Cuquita A. Alfaro 110 Ran well Jn last .. i-S

9th Race 3rd1. Series fmp.

7 Fgs.PiirM WM
ONE. tWO

eof Cross 1:15

Mays led the leaeue in stolen

bases for the third straight year
with 31, and scored the most runs

121.

Ashburn's total of 13 triples
made him high man in that de department,
partment, department, and Cepeda led the
league in doubles. 38. and also in

sacrifice flies, nine.

Red Scheendienst of the Braves
now convalescing frem tubercu tuberculins
lins tuberculins In a St. Louis hospital, put
together the hitting streak when
ho connected safely In II
straight games from April 29
to May 10.
Milwaukee won the club battinc.

title by edging out Philadelphia.

2656 to .2655, TheCubs made the

most honje- runs; 182 while the
Giants were the RBI leaders with

682. ; .' V;

Even with the short left field
screen in Los Angeles, the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers finished last in hitting with a
.251 average. Their' total of; 172
homers, however,, was second est
in the-"citcuit. -p' a-
-. i ,r-'xr

w' Series Reaord

S XUPI) Harry

l.ef the! St. Louis Cardi-

- timed the trick in 1946

Boston Red Sox, is

suthpaw in history to

fames in a single World

an Stars for U.t.

ELES (UPI), AH

vis -Cupper Alex 01-

eruvian attending the

University of Southern California.

Qlmedo was intercollegiate- tennis
ampionvvM''i-

aMiii'.t)

? m in

mUSAI

TODAY- ENCANTO -35-20

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""CHINA DOLL

V, Als;'':.,;
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CAP IT OLIO
35c. 20c.
BRUTE t
FOR CI
Burt Xncaster
Also:
naked crnr

TIVOU
S5c.. r tOe.
TARZAN FINDi
A SON
Also:
GIGI
with Leslie Caron

VICTOktA
Kt. : ; ; ;-"i5C
COLE YOUNGER ''
GUNflGHTER
with F. IiOTeJojr
Also:
O R EGO N
PASSAGE
with L Erickson

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35e,

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mo'" ""' 20C

'.CmiftuiaHK'--

THAT CERTAIN
!;r; SMILE1 ;;,,.:;
with Roesano Brazzl
; PLUNGER ROAD A
'with Gene Raymond,:

1- Abolengo ; i V.; CasttUo llS MStront finish hi las 4-1
2- Phillipipon J. Talavera' 108 -Last doesn't count 35-1
3- Cervecero -F. SanChef 99x Usually close up 19-1
4- Emily Mary A. Alfaro U0 Could take if aH 4-1
5- Charicleia .: F. Justtoia. lOlx Not against thes ; so-1
6- Kadir A. Ycaza 115 -duld' get up hereft 4-1
7- As You L. Her B. Baeza 108 Jockey should help 1-2
8- English Wonder tJ. SanchSz"l(" Nothing recently i-i
9- Distingo J. Jimenez 105 Early speed only : 15-1
10-Don LuchO R Vasquez 113 Frictioui ia last? 8-1

Race 1st Series mpr f g.Pursr $TO0O feet Closes 1:40

10th

1- Melender B Baez 10J "-BarelyB last 1 ''
2- Lobo 4 2 Dano 102 Enloymg-great fori --
3- Embassy k tRodrlgue llfr'Wouldr pat ,off
4- Deoendabt F. Alvarez 108 Form indicates s

5-Ragazza X Alfaro'lOd -May1 improve here

-(Informal

jTTUUoa 120

-Too muchf weight

41
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,15-1
'.i-5
3-2

feef .'Closes

lin-Race m- aoriesi mar i rgj. runt-wu.u .'.

'l-Wunaerstreakr,'- phniFprttlfll' Nq'fMns) iW vstmOtttf
2-Fifito 1 v,' Hurley HO' Easy win In, last ; J

a. Alfaro, ii wMSjr go tuttm mMi
- Jimenez, 110" 4Tjongshot SpeciaHst V v -.
Sanchez 102x Big improvement. in Wb

V J. palaver, 112 Good chance witheutJLitee
. Sanchez; 113 WBad legs hamper., v :
B. 1 Baeza 113 Jockev- Indicates- V 1

3-Jump Quick

4-Lanero

5-Ben MyChfw

8- Mi Cautivjr
-7-Paquetito 1
-Greco
9- Introduction
10- Ramo

s' J.iCadoHan 110 Could Bet hp her

: Aeuirre 112 vAfiuirr aandicaos- v

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11
S-2
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3-1

10-1

8-1
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Starting 3:00 p.m.
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Stingers? ""
Cherry Pickers'.
Veppers
Jon-1 Col' v
esters
Wing Dings

72 14

,'(. 18 It
, h .17' 14

Ptppert S

'4

! Pin Pal'a Platoon coounaed plen

'ty, pins, plus pasting .the-Peppers
for 11 four credit shits-OWy $
-ot 'the. feur; pals snowed.' up, 5 ba)t
far a th PeoMM WBM iCOm

mH those: two wtrr poison.and

lady Iticky was with them alJk, tne:

way. -ine ran won uie uri-ui
by one 'pins, thw sewntf 6y na

third by ,MdithrTP f i i-Th.s
Th.s i-Th.s was tndy we of the toseit
bowling- matches of the outgoing
'year.. '
,j,Th fortunate' duo of Pin5 Pals
was Rick Kelly .with a SU9
icratcK, nd -Norm Gtfbemski 52
handicap; With his handicap,' Rwk

ria Caiiady boasted Sl3 and Davv

.pavenport 824 roth -nanaicajf; v
' M Ho J-3estrs I '.
The Hf rios lost ground despite
tht ttrv uait f h r e e

points. One more strike or sparei,BeaVer blasted 544, the wife ot
b the last game, 'the sHi. Houl the v Saint, Gatt St. Michael j 537,
'would "iav kept pace with,, the all handicap. Charlie Jwkson 1
league leader,, a hut as- k waa sohad company in thy 600 han han-tte
tte han-tte Jesters picked up the gain offdicapelasswhen.:Veta .Daven .Daven-one
one .Daven-one point by tea sticks. Fred portj juist made it with 506.

Rmirnssa: utilizing his handicap

reached thfr-ultra, strata- of ,603,

and wilue. wuson anomer m nu
bov. talliecT 530 handicap. "Df Cne

Jesters. only Bev Jackson was

satisfied"' when she- hit 546. 5
. j -1 . 1 1 ; i
.-,Jo. CeJs 1 Snr 1
'-"v With ,a ;bi sphirge of pinf all in
the .opening s.gamet.ithe Jon-l- Cols
got -off to a good start and went
on. to- pick up.thre "points, and
upjefting the. third :place r Stng Stng-it,
it, Stng-it, was touch verdict for .the

Stingers .to swallow, because they

had a guy. 'ana a aou in we j
handicap class," when Don Mc-i

Uttire scoreai oua, auu dob
iard 666; both handicap, the on

ly jme tor. the opposition wamiu
th 5C honor was Marge Collins
with 314 handicap i M
' ''-f'cirry Pickers 8 5
f .Wln9 "ii9 1 .l

'Th fwo anchof- men put on

duel of Iheir own, when Wini
Charlie 1 Jackson shot t 518
scratch8 and Mike St Mechaei
bowled a 505 scratch. While this
wa -aoinfi' on the Cherry Pickers

plucked three juicy markers fromd

then cellar wing xings. ror inc
Cherry Picker besdies the Saint

with his 559 handicap, O e 0 r g t

By MURRAY. OLDtRMAN
, 1
NEW YORK (NEA) Jimmy
Brown, the tarzanie fullback. ; 01
the Cleveland -Browns, today was

elected winner of the fourth an-,

nual Jim Thorpe Trophy in a poll
of the players of the National Foot Football
ball Football League by NEA Service and

The Panama American.
: Stampeding the ,vc-te tally the
same way be rushed to an all-time
season gt ofind-gaimng reeord -the
bruising sophomore of .the Browns

succeeded John unitas of the Balt

imore Colts as the NFL's .man of

greatest esteem forJ958. He was
named on 75. pec cent of the. bal

lots' cast,..q:cluding: 138 first place

votes, tot jr torai oj ho points on

a 3-z-l tabulation.
s Unites, with" 4p8 points, was
cond, and Bobby L&yne, the spark

ilugeins -auarterbacK veteran of.

the Pittsburgh Steelers, wa- thirq.j

SUPREME COMPLEMENT

T

Detroit Tigers Best Defensive
TeEln American Loop In '58

:TO BE HONORED with the Jim

Thorpe Trophy, donated by A. G.

Spalding Bros., Inc., and symbol

ic of the achievement in football,

brings Brown a long, way from, the
humble Georgia.log cabin W "Which

he was raised.
s The yoirnc "Negre movy ? north

tq become a great all-around high
school athlete at Manhasset. L. I..

and an Ail-America' halfback at

Syracuse in 1956. He was also a

ball star and a "boxer.

Brown, was 'idrafted by Cleve-'
land for the 195T season only be

cause the three quarterbacks' they

coveted firsu-John urodie, Faul

Hornung and Len Dawson had

already beet) selected r by.' other
teams.: While'' 'their professional
careers are stfli batching, Brown

became the .league-leading' rush

er as a rookie and this year, at

23, has evoked appraisals 'a aa

au-ume great.

BRONZI-SCULPTtJRED rJtMn

MY averaflfltf 20 rushes a came.

blocking, eatehing passes carries

tne load for tn -browns with dig

nlty and humility. Recently. Gene

Hickerson, a Mississippi graduate

t-

Si i

. CHICAGO'- (UPD The Detroit
figers aroKe a "two-yekriJCmcago
hite Sox monopoly Weatiesday by
H.nii .. naiiiwi tne best deteh.4ve

team in ihe American Ugu iw'

Tile Tigers' took fielding Rphors'

last ason wi.h a team average
ot .982, only nfc point better than
tje VnU&Hf, according tp-oift-,-6ial
figures released- by league
. ..Ann Yrr..uo- was the

top oeiali8ivef,'ieam..ln 1956 an
tnjl -s 'tkf 1 ..

.rUt- battle for indlvidu!

' knn-dM it second base where

Frank Boiling bf Dejoit won the
ndtstHictfoa "tran" ottflig
1 fmished with a mark of ,9849
Mollio Fnv nf the White SOX

Jnd I Pete funnel, bl tM Red Sox
each fielded .984$: 'Billy Gardner
, Of the Oriofes"asr6nly a shade

" iThe Yankees had -two individual
fielding leaders in first baseman
a Bill Skowron .id catcher Yogi

Berra. ',,
" Skowron made only -eight err
. Ar, fit V-iio hnnei lof a .993 av

raff in 118 Barnes. Berra didn't

,make a single.." error- wjille -Mht

dung so cnances oenMH- "1 .yia
in 88 games.
Eddie YosV recently tra-ded

from Washington to Betroit-iea

'V i-

ure. He" committed1 only 11 errors

handling 506 chances.

Joe DeMaestri of Kansas City.

ton r fielding- shortstop ib the

league during 195?,- retained his

laurejsy with a '.980 average. He

made- omy 13 er-ors in rn games.
" Fleet Jim. Busby ef the Orioles
paced the Outfielders with- a .995
markv followed by Al Kaline of
the Tigers with. .994, ''and Roy
Sievers of the Senators with .991.
Kaline' had. the most assists of
anyv'Outfielder, 23.
. -. : r.
J Among trie pitchers who fielded
their1 position perfectly, Billy
O'DelWaf' th'Merieles '"was -high
ifian with 44. chances. Ned' Gary
ver Of the A"s handled the most

chances of any pitcher, 77, but

madetwo erors for a .974 aver-
Shotsfop Don B u A d 1 n of the
Red Sox committed more' errors
than any1 other playef in the cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, 31.
. t .Bavjhs TO.A4a.rk
" ABILENE, Tex. -(UP1) -Sam-mv
Baufih.Hardin-Simmons Uni

versity, football Coach, holds the
National -JWball League record

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John Unltas, Baltimore 84 64
Bobbr Lyne; Pittsburgh 56 4
Jon Arnett, Lot 'Angeles ........... 6 : It
Ray Berry, Baltimore ... 10 20

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LOS ANGELEh (UPI)-Veteran
Pee We'tteese,-,"Mrf Shortstop"
in the Nkiionaj ? League t for- 16

years, was signed, Tnursday to
the Los Angeles Dodgers' coach coaching
ing coaching staff, .apparently', sending his,
activ. baaehwa -rtayinzTareer.

Anwmnceffleritsot -Reese"s f're

nrement? was raaae Dy vice vice-President
President vice-President and General" Manager
ET J. Buzziey BavasiJr wht- said

that Pee Wee could nave. r.

mainedionthe active .(roster Of

another major icague ciud -dui
the Dodgers, in rebuilding their

team, must, maKe room xor an an-other
other an-other youngster 'X .. r
That's t basebaft. said JJaisi.

"We are "happy. Inded, that

Reese' has decided that, rather

than chance uniforms, he would

continue his -long affiliation with

the dodgers as ene of mana ger
Walt Alsuw's- a-jastants."
Reese, whose given name Is
Harold, took 'ihrw years out of

nis career sor military service
but had iC active, years with tfhe

Dodeers after, h -two-year tune-up

With tne Louisvuie -uoioneis; ; r

His lifetime record, .in the ma-

ors shows 2166: games., a. batting

average of ,269.. 2110 hits and 885

runs batted- iAi Additionally ne
took tart. in Sfivea: World Series.

But more than that.he still-leads

ail active major league, players

In 'lifetime 'tolea.hases, a mod modern
ern modern Dodger- elub '-record of. 232

Among current national league
players he: ranks- second in -Juns
(1338) .behind h 'St, Louis Cardiv

nals' Stan Musial.

Little re ,wee 4repiacea .. L.eo

Durocher .as.- s h or.t stop .for
the Dodgers and. .turned, back the
bid of dozens ,of-aspirants, forvhis

post during bis .long, career-until
Injuries forced him to the side

lines in 1957...

and rookie "linem an with the
Browns, dropped by the team of offices
fices offices in the Cleveland Municipal
(Stadium.
He noted a package for Jimmy.
"I'm going right by his 'apart 'apartment
ment 'apartment on the Wav home." Hikerson

told Brown publicist Harpld Sauer

brei. "I'll De giaa to arop 11 on
to save hint a trip downtown."

"Then, ndklis his heid back into

the office as art afterthought, the

boy from Ole Miss added, ''And

I'm proud to be playing on a team
with a ereat athlete such as he is."

Enormous strength is compacted
into Jimmy's muscular 228 pounds

JHe has the quick take-off to blast
holes in defensive lines and V

speed to take advantage of the

out in their Cleveland encounter

when they had done a fairly good

job of squelching Brown. On a

third down and uicnes situation ne
hit into a cluster of players over

left tackle. Two Giants had hint

securely.. They relaxed their grips,

Confident he'd go down, but Brown

bounced off, squirted through the
slight hole and three yards past

the line of scrimmage was free to

romp sa more for a touchdown.
BALLOTS SENT TO THE play

tors stipulated exclusion of team.

mates, but end ram wigging not

ed, "I had-to vote for Jimmy. His

rushing and scoring records put

mm so far ahead."
Brown wasn't without competi
tion. Altogether 46 different play

ers attracted votes for ,the trophy

Th lsiour Vnrlf fIHMftjfnnin-atrtfid in hontrt of Vhf-Sat and

d"f -the' flHestefeases, 'iovjn, thlsHforihdiah who wai pro "football's

first great name and the league's

original president.

The sandlot graduate who led

Baltimore to its greatest season

caused, veteran Forty-Niner Ed
Henke to comment: "John Unitas

is the greatest quarterback in the

game today and since I ve been

playing dating back to 1949".

Quarterback Bart Starr of the

Packers patted Layne: "I think

Pittsburgh's success since he join

ed them, when they were o-2,

speaks as loud for Layne as. any
one could."

The players comprise the most

demanding jury of peers and take
their vote seriously. "It's a great
opportunity we have," nodded all-

procenter Jim Ringo of the Pack

ers. "to express our views on per

sonne).4n(. theleague." v
The leading expression for 1958
was simply: Jimmy Brown.

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"Harry Blad And The Tiger"
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7, and Anthony SteeL; directed by Hugo Fre Fre-t
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,e man-,e tins: tiger who terrorised Indian Ylllagers.
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made him lame and the tiger has many bat battle
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fighters. When his attention is not directed
a the tiger, It is concentrated on his lore
for his friend's wife. It Is deep, and sincere,
bat she U not free to teturn to him. Barb,
ra Rash; talented young 20th Century-Fox
contract star, plays the youhr wife who Is
unable to break away from Hher husband,
played hj Anthony Steel.
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Houses
OR RENT: I blroom ru ru-4tnc.
4tnc. ru-4tnc. mid'i
them 3-0897.
OR RENT: Complettly ur ur-ishe.
ishe. ur-ishe. thret bedroom homo
tconl rt Golf eourte. Urgo liv liv-room.
room. liv-room. dininaraom. kr. porch,
lerracei nd t'dt. Avaibblo
rb lt. No. 13. Fifth Sfrotr.
Coif Heighh. Telephone 2-1459.
Commercial Sites
OR RENT: Ideal for an office
r liyine. apjrtmen fer A bach bach-ler.
ler. bach-ler. eeiv to furnish, ner El Pi Pi-limi
limi Pi-limi Hotel. Tel. J-342K
Final Tryouls
For 'Orpheus'
Set For Tomorrow
Final tryouts for the dramatic
rejoin" of the poem "Orpheus,
to be presented Jan. 24 will be
held in thp Red Cros. Buildins,
Cristobal, tomorrow at 8:00 p.m.
Six rehearsals will be held in
jpnuorv Vieeinnine with the
first, Monda" in thp month. No
ro1es- will he memorized: the
nroduetion will be Dresented in
form' dre wlfh th prtors in in-ter"retin
ter"retin in-ter"retin the rotes oraiiv.
Ornheu' U hosed on the oop oop-yflp?
yflp? oop-yflp? "firoeV 'eenr1 and is bv a
Crltoal Hi?h School teacher
Lou's Fatt.orosi. Conies of the
work mav be found in the Cri Cri-tohl
tohl Cri-tohl Gtun Mai-"rit and Ft.
fHi'cir libraries. Th Caribbean
Collre club Is sponsoring the
production.
Anvinne Interested In rep.-Hn
for th nlov who cannot "ttend
tv, ftnoi trvouts mav call Cor
Polo 570 for further Information.
ondav. Jan. 24. if the final
tryout for the dramatic reading.
Young Team
CLEVELAND (UPI) The
average age of the 1958 Cleveland
browns is 26.2 vears, one of the
lowest in the National Football
League.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIlKiE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2 0952
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. td 12:00 12:00-2:00
2:00 12:00-2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday
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FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo,
Maduro't Buildinf. For informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854, from
9 to 1 2 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, maid't room, hot wa water,
ter, water, garage. Phone 3-2279.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 and 3
bedroom apartments in new
building in La Creita. Fully air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, hot water. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6372.
Cify Bank Farmers
Trust Comnanv Plans
To Change lis Name
A plan to change the name of
City Bank Farmers Trust Com Company
pany Company to First National City Trust
Company was made public Dec. 5
with the mailing of a notice to
shareholders of First National
City Bank recommending favor favorable
able favorable action on the proposal at
the annual meeting next Jan.
13.
To make possible the change
of name, an amendment of the
trust agreement relating to the
stock of City Bank Farmers
Trust Company, makintr Drovi-
sion for conversion of the Com
pany from a state bank to a na national
tional national bank, will be Dresented at.
the meeting. No changes are
contemplated either in the na nature
ture nature or the character of the
services provided by the Trust
Company.
City Bank Farmers Trust Com
nany is the trust affiliate of The
Fir.'t National City Bank of New
York. The change in name is
nrooosed by the manaeenient
and directors of both institutions
to more readily identify !the
trust company with the bank.
The messaee to shareholders
said In part: "Through its over overseas
seas overseas branch system and its
worldwide business relations the
name of The First National City
Rank of New York is recognized
tbrouehout the world. The Trust
Company's foreign business-, Is
increasing it is our feeling that
world-wide recognition of the
trust company will be facilita facilitated
ted facilitated if Its name isjphanged to in indicate
dicate indicate clearly Its j,f filiation with
the bank."
The notice was signed by How Howard
ard Howard C. Sheperd, chairman of
First National city, and Richard
S. Pertyns, chairman of City
Bank Farmers Trust Company.
The origin and charter of the
trust affiliate of The First Na National
tional National City Bank of New York
date back to 1822.
In 1929 The Farmer's Loan and
Trust Company, as It was then
Bj-OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI) Ed Lu Lu-banski,
banski, Lu-banski, a young man who looks
like Eddie Lopat but throws the
ball much harder, is a glowing
example today of the mine sta
tus of the sport of bowling.
len years ago he1 was prized
young pitcher in the St. Louis
Browns' farm, system. Big things
were beings predicted for him
when he won 23 games for Wau Wau-sau
sau Wau-sau to lead the Wisconsin State
League.
But then he decided to quit
throwing strikes in favor of roll rolling
ing rolling them.
Just last week that decision
paid off again as the 29 year old
ANF star won the world's invita invitational
tional invitational match game championship.
With the title went five thousand'
iron men.
"I started bowling when I was
12 years old because my fatner
was a good bowler," he recalls.
"But he had been a good base baseball
ball baseball catcher, too. and his dream
was to see me play in the major
leagues."
Lubanski probably could have
made it, ton. In no time at all
his fast ball was causing pop to
holler "uncle." Then, in Uirre
seasons in (he Browns' system,

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel Air hardtop. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Duty not paid. See at Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Hotel, Schroeder Room 362.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1952 MGTD new
top. new battery, good tires, good
condition, throughout, ; $995.
SP4 Priest, 84-2154 during duty
hours.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1957 MGA Roadst Roadster,
er, Roadster, spoked wheels, ww tires, low
mileage, $1495. SP4 Priest, 84 84-2152,
2152, 84-2152, during d"tV hours.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brook wood. 4 door, 9 passenger,
ALL accessories. Priced far under
bluebook value. 1930 model A.
Balboa 2-3347 house 719 B.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1954. 4
door sedan, automatic transmis transmission,,
sion,, transmission,, radio, signal lights, mecha mechanically
nically mechanically perfect. Call Navy 2201
till 3 p.m. 3218 after p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: "58" Chevrolet
"Impala" 8.000 miles. Loaded.
Take small forreign car in trade.
For information phone 86-3296
after 3:30 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodce Coro Coronet,
net, Coronet, four door 'sedan, five good
tires, excellent, condition. Phone
3959.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Mercedes-Beni
I90SL sports coupe convertible
in like new condition. Taxes paid.
Priced for immediate sale. Call
Mr. Keevers at 3-7234 or Hotel
El Panama room 418.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1957. Ford, four
door sedan, two tone, automatic
shift, 6 cylinder. $1375. 1957
Chevrolet, Bel Air, two door se sedan,
dan, sedan, radio, two tone, standard
shift. 6 cylinders, $750.00;. 'UU-f
boa 2-4149. r,';-
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
known, became affiliated vwith
The NationalVcity Bank of "New
York under the name., of City
Bank Farmers Trust' Company.
It is the oldest and largest or organization
ganization organization in the world devoted
exclusively to personal corporate
and institutional fiduciary and
Investment services.
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FRALEY
his fast ball control and improv improving
ing improving curve had him marked as a
comer.
"But they don't pay much mon
ey in me minor leagues and,
when I was marripri I HaniWaH
that Id have to go after better
money m a quicker fashion," he
grins. "I had worked in bowliug
establishments as a counter man,
en.., ana i decided to turn to
Downng iuji time.
fie nasn t regretted the deci
sion.
At 21 he teamed with R7.vai.
old Sarge Easter to win the ABC
doubles championship. The fol fol-lowing
lowing fol-lowing year he was a. member of
me airon team in nis native De Detroit
troit Detroit which captured the ABC all all-events.
events. all-events. Three -times he has. been
on me All n American rnulin
team and his average over 12
years of ABC tournament play is
ne eui.
But his biggest victory was
iasc weex wnen ne walked off
wnn tne world ;invitational match
game marathon, winning easily
oespue me siram of rolling loo
games in nine days against the
best in the, world.
First In Seven Years
PITTSBURGH, Pa, (UPI)
ud rneno s a victories this sea season
son season marked the first tim Wit..
burgh Pirate hurler reached the
charmed circle since Murray
MJismi lurneu tne iriCK In 1951
You wouldn't mind people who
sleep like o log if they didn't sound
like they were being mod into
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Large Double door
mahogany Wardrobe with full
length Mirrors on each door. Can
be seen at 24 1 -A Coco Sole or
CaH 36-494.
FOR SALE: New Ball 0 Howell
tape recorder model 775. Xew
Zenith Transoceanic, portable,
radio, phone Balboa 2384, after
3 p.m.. nV';,r
FOR SALE Hollywood double
bed; Servel refrigerator; studio
couch. Call 2-S225 or Qtrs.
0763-H, Williamson Place.
FOR SALE:' Complete house of
furnishings, ceramics, 12 ft. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, mahogany beds, im imported
ported imported China, crystals, Hi-Fi, TV,
paintings, rugs, Jatove. suitable
for any home, lamps, books,
bookcases, 5 sofas, 20 chairs,
breakfast set, 10 piece mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany dining room suite, 3 kitchen
cabinets, misc. items, wardrobe.
Call Mike McCaf forty 3-0140.
FOR SALE: Bamboo and ma mahogany
hogany mahogany drop leaf dining table. 4
chairs. African violets. Balboa
2-3619.
FOR SALE: 4 pe. Rattan living living-room
room living-room eet. guartermaster beds
with mattresses, I pe. Samsonite
Luggage, baby play table, high
chair, small diningroom table,
wooden dresser, call Balboa 2 2-3782.
3782. 2-3782. FOR SALE: Frigidaire washing
machine, like new, call Albrook
6109.
FOR SALE: Eldctric sewing ma machine
chine machine w cabinet attachments.
Delux electric mangle, like new.
Baby carbed, 3-6526.
A CIRCUS-"Wbite Elephant"
is the name London designer
Frank Usher has given to thi
evening dress, and it appears to
be an apt choice. Made of white
Pique, the dress has a ponderous
toning uenina.
NEW YORK If it isn't alrea already
dy already too late, someone ought to in inform
form inform the opposition coaches that
it's a mistake to view the New
York Football Giants with pity or
disdain. They scorn the former
and resent the latter.
For the second successive Sun Sunday
day Sunday 4he Big Town Behemoths
were curiously extended a helping
hand by the enemy in the form
of illogical, if not actually inde
fensible, calls, which contributed
vitally to their continuing cham championship
pionship championship ambitions,
Singularly, both calls came on
take kicks in fourth down situa
tions. A week ago in Detroit, the
Lions, leading 17-12 in the final I
nuarter. needed 22 ivards for a
first down. They went into kick
formation but ran instead and
Yale Lary, the balL' carrier, was
held to two ridiculous yards.
Five plays later the Giants had
tbe lead ana the nan game.
In snow and, cold at the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium on Sunday, the
Brownr engaged in similar) flira flira-flammery,
flammery, flira-flammery, lost the ball nd even eventually,
tually, eventually, the ball game. This call
was even harder-to justify than
the Lions'. It came in the third
quarter with the Browns leading,
10-aC five yards needed for the
first down and the ball on the Ci Ci-ants'
ants' Ci-ants' 13, from vhlch distance the
phenomenal Lou Groza can twitch
an ear and produce a field goal.
As matters worked out, It was

by
JOE WILLIAMS

by the margin of, a, field goal
that the Browns were beaten and
forced into a mdden-flf9th play playoff
off playoff with the Oianta or the divi divisional
sional divisional title. All the Browns need needed
ed needed wat a tie. Thua tlji 10 points
the Gianta made in a rousingly
dramatic-fourth quarter assault
would have been .meaningless if
the cull hud been for. a field goal
and it had succeeded.
The element f surprise, a s

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Lime Oak T. V.
Delux 21 Inch, like new. Coco
Sol 36.722. r. .,
FOR SALE: Small Upright
piano, etandaret key board), very
"good condition and ton $375.
Dodfe Kingsway sedan 1951,
' RCA, Hi-Fi player console power
tool. Gambea (-336, house
' 171-B.
FOR SALE: 4-speed Thorena
turntable,, fto. TD.T24, with
tray ton arm, Pickering diamond
stereo cartridge. Brand new.
Voiflt lander prominent 35 mm
camera, F 115 Ions. 100 mm tele
lens,-with filter, t sunshade And
viewfinder. 'Like' new. Phone,
Balboa 2-3069.
FOR SALE: Hobby Horse, 3 3-strand.
strand. 3-strand. Rattan couch, electric hair
dryer, all in excellent condition.
Pbon 3-5396,
FOR .SALE t Baby Orchids, cor corsages,
sages, corsages, bouquets, delivery any anywhere,
where, anywhere, U.S.A., Panama, Canal
Zone. Telephone Pan! 4-1241,
Cristobal 1033.
Buy 4 stereophonic records of
same price 'and get one FREE.
AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th Street Street-Ne.
Ne. Street-Ne. -A. c
FOR SALE: Beautiful new
Japanese broca, do cap evening
wrap. Reversible white and ilr ;
Uack and gold. Albrook 86-
4298.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Moncaye
paintings, camera, Kodak maga magazine
zine magazine 8 mm. House 6333-A. Los
Rios.
Stereophonic records, Christmas,
classical, populars. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A. New
shipment, just arrived, open
nltas.
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FOR SALE: Canaries and Para Parakeet,'
keet,' Parakeet,' just arrived from Holland.
Phone 3-6271. 50th street, be between
tween between 94th and 95th.
FOR SALE: American flier
electrical' train with 4'xt' table.
Tel. 4-0633.
FOR SALE: Boy's 26'' English
. Hercoles bicvd Wfth gear-shift.'
Practically newi Panama 3-0098.
FOR SAH: RCA Whirlpool 8.1
c. ft. refrigerator, 6 months old
$180.00, new 30 gal. Glas lined
gas water heater, never been
used $100.00. Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE: One girla bicycle
Raleigh, 3 speeds, 'large size, 28
inch, like new $35.00. Phon 2 2-3652
3652 2-3652 after 4:30 p.m. daily or
anytime Saturday or Sunday.
FOR SALE: RCA Hi-Fi blonde
console, like new, $85; phono
Balboa 2815.
Gives your family comfort for
Christmas. GIBSON AIR CON CONDITIONERS
DITIONERS CONDITIONERS from V h.p. up,
low amp., and regular units at
prices and terms to fit any bud- j
get. TROPELCO, S.A.
FOR SALE: New air-condition-'
r A.M.A.N.'A. Maner, 1 W fc.pvf
14,000 B.T.U. Fort Kobb $292
an upsetting and net infrequent infrequently
ly infrequently a shattering weapon; is nev never
er never to bo discounted, but in a
situation which so strongly rec recommends
ommends recommends blue chip conserva conservatism,
tism, conservatism, it teems foolhardy not te
string along with the percent percentage.
age. percentage. ',
The records Jestify that Paul
Brown standi alone as a oro foot
ball' coach, and while the long
gamble is foreign to his nature
ana, practice, he must have had
good reason to believe the con
troversial call would pay off.
Obviously, his nosition wnnlH
have been strengthened consider considerably
ably considerably more by av7-pointer than a
3-polnter. His lead would have
been increased to 1T-3. The Gi
ants then would have had to
score two touch-downs tn maV
it 17-17 and on this day a tie
could not have- helned thorn.
They had to win, or else.
But if the fakety backfired'. .
and certainly the coach could
not Ignore this possibility. .the
Giants, with more than 20 min
utes' playing time left, would
still be very much alive. Moreo
ver; all season they have been a
red-hot second-half team. Indeed,
tney came Dack from a 7-17 first-:
half deficit to beat (be Brown,
21-17, a mqnth ago.
The Giants moved with anecta
cular skills and booming spirit!
to capitalize on the Browns' sil
ver-platter presentation. Brilliant
passing got i-lhem a touchdown
and t sensational 48-yard kick
by a guy with 1 bad knee. Pat
Summeralv yielded a field goal.
And ao ft ai that an average
kicker became the hero of the
day, while the fame's most-fa
mous. kicker was passed up for
nocus-pocus that neither hocused

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Real Estate
FOR SALE-1. 500 and 1.000
meters, m the Nueve Hipdrm ;
UrbaniiaHon, genta Hi Remoo
Racetracks AN1 (eh with etreot
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. CaD W. MeBaraett.
Tel. 1-257.
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BY
When this column makes its
next appearance Christmas 1958
would have been history, hence
we take this opportunity to wisn
ail and sundry a holiday tree zroni
ambulance sirens and worry.
The celebration of the nativity
of Christ should be modest and
moderate and not be the cause
for regret later on.
There was an upsurge in acti
vities during the course of the
week, which naturally will conti
nue until Christmas eve... Individ
uals, like business places, are bu
sy with gift distribution.
The Junta Fememna got off tai
good start by making their distri distribution
bution distribution for the tenth consecutive
year somewhat early. While the
Cigarillos Panama completed their
nationwide gift giving packages of J
toys to the kids and gave a party
for Miss Jeanette Bascombe, wno
departed by PAA for California
today, to reside with an aunt,
Miss Bascombe, was employed
at the ugarrulos Panama tor
more than four years, comely Bev
erly Brown of the Atlantic to to-places
places to-places the popular "Jan."
On Tuesday birthday bells Will
ring for Miss Martha Thomas of
the capital.
She plans to observe the day
quietly it was said.
Back in the city after a vaca
tion of several months spent in
the big city with,;. relatives IS
Miss Luis Geldsottr :who is tell tell-ing
ing tell-ing of the wonderful time en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed ttattid
Within. 48-hours the Romanticos
CJub from Colon will be iftining'
the list of those who annually try
to bring happiness to the less for fortunate.
tunate. fortunate. During the week wis received a
nice souvenier from friend Carli Carli-to.
to. Carli-to. Arango of the Cia. Internation International
al International de Seguros. Souveniers which
we were told are going to be di distributed
stributed distributed to the many clients of
the long established and reputable
firm.
We were also appraised of a form
of package insurance plan, which,
carries some of the best featur features
es features you can possibly Imagine and
designed within economical bounds
of all, concerned. Wow! Why not
get one of those worthwhile and;
worthy policies for Xmas then you
will really be cooking with gas.
double protection and all;
Artwe Layn, U.S. Embassy
employe, and Artur Ward, lee-;
I buslnstmn, beth had spe special
cial special oyt during the week. The
first Artur retumod from a
two-week vacation in Casta Ri Ri-can
can Ri-can while the ether was birth birth-daymg
daymg birth-daymg en Tuotday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jamieaon
will have added another year of
IJ.J M ... 1
weauea duss on inristmas flay,
for which we wish them several
more years of such happiness.
Making the trip from the Atlan-
tic side last Sunday to attend the
tic side last Sunday to1 attend the
Altamira meeting was prexy li line
ne line Genere, Nomination and elec
tion of officers of the popular club
was slated for this Sunday.
Genial, easy going Sr. Mowatt
.1 T : TH ...
tn auoieria asiuaianie I a me
was being congratulated t h i
week on the addition to hii estab.
lihment,with 'soUd face lifting

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Dogs
FOR SALE: ""Three week' old
puppies. Pare) Bred Springer '1
Spaniel. Inguir 60647, 48th
Street' Bella Vitta. Tel. 3-6936.
TOWlV
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job being thrown m for good m'ea
sure.
Some one was heard te, remark
that Mowatt really offers a coin
plete and courteous service along
in necessary comiorx.-
Whil wisitlnaj 1 last Thursday.
w dropped in to telt ever Nor.
man Bonnet's ultra' modet it phe
tf studia in Calufaflia, 1 and i i-mng
mng i-mng the well autlined 4etting
which form very beautiful dec dec-ratien
ratien dec-ratien fer the-stodie, w nw
the portrait f vr smiling for
rrter Assemblyman Alfred Crag Crag-well,
well, Crag-well, alt tho profit of MitS
Craokt.,1 Real gen jobs ,'rhy;
are.-: yrf&i
: Jfibun editor-publisher Sidney
A. Yeung was slatd t receive'
birthday grMtrng frem friends
on beth tides f the Isthmus and
frem aboard n the eccetien.
And come Christmas 'Day.. Gin-
ton-. George Roberts, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Linton George Roberts
Sr., will b observine .his 15th
birthday. He definitely ron't have
to worry about celebrating the
event as it bound to. get a pusn
as a result of the festivities on
that day. Many Happy returns of
toe day and a merry xmas to
boot. :
Grin and Bear it: Asked bv his
teacher where he was from the
little boy said. "Los Angeles.? He
was stiien -asked tovdefinCalior tovdefinCalior-nia.
nia. tovdefinCalior-nia. His reply: 'kt
"It is Los Angeles and outlying
territory ." Angrily the ; teacher
said "that cannot
uicre 11 no territory' war canauT'
ne jjot ; Angeies.
Thought Fer Today:
I heard the bells on Christmas

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"What kind of a cheap joint
Chapter I
The Harbor House is a small
ho' 1 a r on (ow,i c Med Lake Lake-pod,"
pod," Lake-pod," located about midway be be-ewe
ewe be-ewe n 1 leve'and an Toldo on tne
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:au3'it p-ckerel and perch, and a
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L;te on a hot afternoon in Aug August
ust August 1 leu 'loieuo anu uecioeu uwt
I could drive to Cleveland betore
miunigni and stm uave tiu.e 10
stop at the Harbor House for din dinner.
ner. dinner. It w-s six o'ciocK wnen 1
parked behind the hotel in an a a-rea
rea a-rea rrservea lor guesis aa enter entered
ed entered the cool, dusky bar. When Otto
saw me, he smiled and began to
drop L into a stirring glass.
"It has Deen quite a wuiie since
we've see you, Mr. Bennett." he
spoke with a faint Teutonic ac ac-cent.
cent. ac-cent. "bast June," I said. He had cool
blue eyes, a smooth fair skin and
blond hair. His shoulders were
lean and wide beneath his white
jacket and he moved with a sort
of qubk military precision. Across
his 'eft cheek ran a strip of adhe adhesive
sive adhesive surgical tape.
He began to stir gently and look looked
ed looked up at m- with a faint smile.
"You might be interested to know
that I'm attending night school
now learning a profession." (
"You've got a profession, Otto,
said, "aritl yotfre 'good at it.
What's the new one?"
"Optometry," he said serious seriously.
ly. seriously. "I don't wa,-pt to be a bartend bartender
er bartender all my, life,: I've saved enough enough-money
money enough-money to attend school in Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, full time. I only go to one
night class a week now."
"I'll miss you wher I pass
through Lakeport," I sjaid, but
I wish you luck."
I shifted my 190 pounds to a
bar stool and sipped at the drink.
I said to him, "What happened
to vour facep"
He looked' up from his lemon
slicing, touched the., tipe on his
cheek and shrugged faintly. "Just
one of the hazards of my present
profeS.ion.
"Somebody knife you?
. H shook his, head. "No. It hap happened
pened happened yesterday. A customer ask asked,
ed, asked, for a 'certain brand of Scotc
Vhich we do not stock. I told him
1 was sorry; and he ordered rye.
then Jie accused me of short shortchanging
changing shortchanging him. He became quite
pbusive. He threw a glass at me.
J diWt duej? nuickly enough."
"A chfrrn'"; character," I said
"Then what'
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lips curled sneeringly,

He shrugged once more. f'Noth
ing. He left." He sighed. "If only
people would not drink too much."
"Has he been backP
Otto's lips tightened for an in
stant. "He's staying here at the
hotel. I can't avoid him. He says
he came here to fish, but all he
does is drink. He shook his head
disapprovingly.
At that moment' two men en
tered the bar from the street
door. Otto's expression grew wa
ry ana he show me a significant
glance. The men climbed onto
stools beside me. The nearest one
was broad and heavy with a fleshy
red face, a short blunt nose, a
wide, loose mouth. He was wearing
a short-sleeved white shirt and
white duck trousers held up by
both red-and-white suspenders and
a belt tightly buckled around
his bulging stomach. He was prob probably
ably probably between 50 and 60 years old.
His companion was younger, but
almost the same size, with a pudgy
white face and black hair show showing
ing showing over his ears beneath a white
Panama He had a long nose, sharp
black eyes and an underslung
jaw, like a hog's, and he was
chewing absently on a toothpick.
He wore a gray chalk-striped suit,
too tight for his round body, and
his small feet were crowded into
pointed, black shoes.
The man next to me pounded
the bar. "You got any O'Mara's
Scotch yet?"
"No, sir," Otto said quetly
"I'm sorry."
"What kind of cheap joint Is
this?" The fat man's loose lips
curled sneeringly as he turned to
his companion. "No O'Mara's yet,
Ambrose."
Ambrose shrugged and said
we.nly, "What did you expectp"
THE man beside mP said to
Otto, "You got rye, huh?"
"Yes. sir," Otto said.
"WeM, well," the man said with
heavy sarcasm. "So give us a
counle of doubles. And snap it
up."
VYes, sir," Otto said in the same
quiet controlled voice.
Otto kept his face carefully com
posed as he poured the drink and
placed them on the bar. I finish finished
ed finished mv martini and slid the glass
over the bar. The fat man watch watched.
ed. watched. Then he nodded t mv glass
and said to Otto, "What kind of
a fancv drink is that?"
"That a dry martini," Otto
said ever.Iy.
"You don't say!" The fat man's
voicp wp- high and mincing.
'Dear me."
The DUdgy. pale man beside h!m
laughed shortly. Both 0" them lift
ed their pluses and dnnk. mak
ing an elaborate business of Ignor
ing me.
I didn't sav anything.
A vouth with g crew cut nd
wetnip a white jacket similar
to Otto's aippeared in the door
leading to the lobbv. Fe gwed
around the bar and called loud loud-lv,
lv, loud-lv, "Mr Bennett. Paging Mr.
Bennett."
"Telephone, sir."
I handed h'm a quarter, went
to the phone nd said, "Yesp"

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A female voice aid, "Mr. Jamei

Bennett?"
"Here."
"One moment, please. Cleveland
is caih'g."
I waited. Then a soft, familiar
voice said, "Jim?"'
"Yes, Sandy."
Sandy Hollis has worked for me
since I first took over the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland branch of the agency. She has
a nice laugh. Everything about
Sandy is nice. 'l knew it," she
said, laughing.
"Knew what, you. dope p"
"That I'd catch you! at the Har Harbor
bor Harbor House. 'You always stop there
this tine of day, when you're re returning
turning returning -i from Toledo."
"What's up?"
"You'll love this," she said.
"RJght after you called and said
you were heading home, the big
boss phoned from New York.'
"listen, my martini is getting
warm." tv,
f'lN that case, I'll make it quick.
The boss wants you to see a man
named Hugo Howell. It seems that
Hugo wrote, directly to the New
York office and enclosed a check.
It must have been a lovely-sized
check, because the boss wants you
to see Hugo right away." V, :
"Okay," I said Impatiently. "So
what? I'D see Hugo" 1
Sandy laughed again. "I'm sav saving
ing saving you a rip by calling you now."
"How's that againp ;
"Jim. it seems that Mr. Howell
is right there in Lakeport at the
Harbor House. The boss phoned
him there today, after he receiv received
ed received Mr. Howell's letter and check,
and told him that our Cleveland
branch manager1 would contact
him pefsohally.'
"The way you "keep track of
me, I said bitterly, "we might
as well be married.''
"That's aA. idea," Sandy, aid,
her voice suddenly sober The
boss didn't go into details with me
but I gathered7 that jt had sorne-
thing to do with Hugo s son ana
a woman.
"Miss Hollis," I said stenuy,
"you know the rules of the a a-gency.
gency. a-gency. No divorce work, no"
"You know very well, James
Bennett. This is not a divorce job,
I'm sure."
I returned to the bar. The two
men were still sitting there. The
fat man beside me gulped his
whisky, banged his gals loudly on
the bar, slid of the stool clumsily
and staggered against me. My
class tilted. sDilline martini cock
tail over the bar and in my lap.
I stood up nd began to dab at
my lightN.coro suit wita, nana nana-kerchieAvjttfc
kerchieAvjttfc nana-kerchieAvjttfc sUehtimopped the
The other man. me. Pale, pudgy
one, laughed and said to Otto,
'qiumsy(;isne';);( :
" I LOOKElRip frbmny dabiing
and said to Jhim, "Who do you
mean me, or fatso nere?" 4
jerked mv head at his companion,
who stood by, weaving "on his fet.
Prom the corner of one eye I saw
that Otto was watching the three
of us narrowly,
The fat nian turned slowly to
face me, his heavy face red and
congested -' looking. He glared at
me with red-lidded eyes. "I don!t
like that," he said thickly, v 1 j
"You dont like what?' 'I asked
curiously. , :
'What you called me. Iatso. I
don'f like thatJ
"Sorry," I said, and turned a
way. There is never any point
to a baroom argument. My suit
enuld be cleaned and I could get
another drink. Besides, I was tired
and I still had to contact my pros pros-oectivc
oectivc pros-oectivc client, Mr. Hugo Howell.
T put some money on the bar and
hp?W tor the door.
Behind me I heard the pale man
laueh sheermglv. "You got him
h'u'fpd. Hueo.' he said.
I turned around and walked back
to the bar,
11
I BECAME' suddenly aware
that the people in the place had
stonoed talkirie, and that the
room was Very auiet.
I.gaH.to.t1'" fat man, ""Are you
Hugo Howell?'?
He nodded, w a t r b g me.
"That's me. What -of It?"
"I'd like to talk to you pri
vatelv."
Behind him the pal man, still
sitting on the stool, gazed at his
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fingernails and murmured. "Go

ahead, Hugo. You v can handle
him."
"IT settle It here," HoweU
blurted. He flung himself toward
me, and his right fist started up
ward from his hip, -I
jumped for Aim. got one thick
hairy wrist in"i my fingers, twist twisted
ed twisted bis arm behind him and held
hint against the bar, "Stop it,"
I said in a low voice. "Sober up.'
I want to talk to you."
Instead, he crouched down
low;" showing yellow teeth. And
then he twisted free and came for
me.
I had no choice. As he came
at me, I hit him on the jaw with
my right fist, putting some shoul shoulder
der shoulder weight, behind it. My knuc knuckles
kles knuckles stung, and the blow stagger staggered
ed staggered him. He rocked back on his
heels, stumbled against a bar
stool and leaned over it, his eyes
squeezed shut. I felt a little sorry
for him; I'm almost 40 years old,
but he was at least 20 years my
senior, and overweight at that.
I wasn't proud of myself.
Otto cleared the end of the bar
and long strides took him to
unmali Ha leaned down, erasoed
him under the' arms and puUed
him' to his feet. Howell stood
groggily, bis eyes blurred and be bewildered,
wildered, bewildered, A little man in a white suit
danced around and cried over
and over in a shrill voicej "Here,
heret we can't have this sort of
thing 1 Otto led, HoweU toward
the rear., stairs leading up from
the bar to the upper tloor of the
hotel, The pale m an followed
them, He did not look back to
'where I stood, by the bar rubbing
my knuckles.. v ;
The man in the white suit, the
hotel manager, I, learned later,
lifted his arms and said sooih sooih-toglyjttVU:
toglyjttVU: sooih-toglyjttVU: alT right, folks.
Please sit -down."
I decided I'd better get out of
there, but a big young- policeman
in a blue shirt and a Sam Browne
belt came in from the street en entrance
trance entrance and slapped a heavy palm
on my chest. "Stick around
Mac," he grunted. I stopped and
stuck around.
The pale man turned, saw the
policeman and came back down
tho stairs and over to us and
pointed a fat white finger at me.
, , i rr; .. Ua starter!
Arresi mm, umta.
it. I saw it all.".
The young policeman grunieu
sain cianDed at mv clothes,
flipped back my coat and lifted
my smiD-nosea .as oni;ia
the inside pocket. "Hm," ,he
said, hefting tne gun ana eyeing
me narrowly. Then he re eased
tu niinHoi-. with a broad thumb.
squinted at the five bright car
tridges, CUCKeO me cyiinueu auuv,
said, "Huh-huh," and stuck the
... h(n nneket 1
. I said, "listen officer
"Shut up," he snapped, and his
gaze weni w mo siu
j u named Vtnwell had
stopped to watch what was going
on down in the bar. HoweU
shook his arm loose from uno s
mn nam lolnwtv and carefully
down the stelps and weaved up
to US. UWO Was nguv uciuuu !,
v,;. hricrht and alert. HoweU
lUi) 15JV N' e" n 1.
pointed a wavering linger at; mo.
"He caUed me a name, ne saw
thickly. "I was just minding my
own business and he called me a
nasty name."
The policeman looked at the
bartender "How about it, Otto?'
riTTn nodded at me and said
miiotiv "it was not his fault.
Gus. Mr. HoweU started it." He
gazed at the fat man.
"Thanks, Otto," I murmured,
nnnnmfnrtahlv aware that every
one in the place was watching us
silently and curiously.
The young cop said sternly,
"Maybe so, Otto, but this man
was carrying a gun. I'll have to
take him in."
"Tnlr" I be ffah.
"Tell it to the chief," he said
gruffly. He grasped my arm and
started to lead me toward the
street entrance. I shot Otto an
imploring glance.
Otto said quickly, 'fYou're mak
tner s mistake aim
''Maybe," Gus said grimly.
"I've made W before."
I held back and said. "Okay.
s 1
take me in, but they go along,
too. l noaaea at uoweu ana-ms
pale companion. ,
A ff irniie' -riefilnH me main
"Gus, this man, acted In self-defense.
I saw the -whole thing."
I planted by feet, stubbornly
and' looked around. The girl
standing there was r so sun-tanned
that at first glance I couldn't tell
if she was pretty or not, but she
VtA nin ramilae features arlt a
figure that would make any man
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face of Thomas Jefferson, right, looks out from its position atop Mt Kushmpre in the Blackr
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of the National Park Service's
look at. least twice.She was tall,,
with long legs and a slim waist,
subtly flaring hips and firm
rounded shoulders. .She wore a
cljnging white linen dress,
sleeveless and alniost topless, ex
cept for narrow straps over her
shoulders you would call it a
sun dress, 1 suppose. Her hair
was brown, witn bronze hign hign-lights,
lights, hign-lights, and was combed severely
back from the small flat ears in
a pony tail tied with a red rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon.
k i; The young f poUcem an grinned
at i her. j.jleili iwney y our
word is good with me we'U take
'era all to the station. But you
come along, too,"
Te Birl laughed... 'AU right",
Gus. That's what I get for but-
ting in." w ;",.". J.'
I "Thanks, Miss,r I aaid to her,
and turned to Gus. 'Think you
can handle us all?"
'Sure, Mac.' Stay here,"' He
moved to a phone on the end of
the bar.
We hit the sidewalk jus', as a
battered black cruiser bearing
POLICE on its side in huce black
letters rolled Up to the curb. A
young, cop was behind the wheel.
Gus opened the. front- door and
the girl got in beside the driver.
I climbed in beside her. For a
second, from the expression on
Gus' face. I wag afraid I wouldn't
get away with it. But he decided
to let it ride, opened the rear
door, motioned to the two men
to get in and sot in beside them
We started off
I said to the girl beside me,
"Does everyone ,caU you Honey?"
She, gave ,me -a jjuick smile.
Yes you see, that's my name."
Behind us Hugo HoweU let out
an imitation wolf howl.
."Shut up, you,",? I heard Gus
say sternly. Howell guffawed,
GUS herded us 1 into a long
room with brown linoleum on
the floor. There were wooden

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benches along. the walls, a bare
woie in me center surrouncea
by wooden chairs. 'On. a. raised
platform at the far-, end was a
aesk. On the waU behind the
desk hung an American flag and.
beside the flag was a door. A
spare man wearing a dark blue
suit, white shirt and black ne sat
at the des'fc fie. had white hair,
neatly trimmed and combed, a
smoota, lean, tanned face and a
thin blade of a nose,
When he saw the girl, the cor
ners of his thin, mouth twitchtd
upward for an instant' Then the
grim mask feU i again and 'his.
cold gaze swung to Gus. 'What
do we have here?"
Gus said, 'fChief, the. charge Is
disorderly onduct and-disturbing
the peace, in the Harbor House
bar.' He nodded1 at me and How Howell.
ell. Howell. "They was fighting."'
The chief's gaze swung to
Howell. "What's your name?" he
snapped.
'Hugo H. HoweU. and I'M have
your lousy job for this."
"Shut up,"1 the chief said, and
nodded at Gus. "TeU me about
it.'
Gus began to tell him and the
chief Ustened, gravely. Hugo How HoweU
eU HoweU muttered under his breath
and swayed agamst the pale
man, who supported him as best
he could.
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S,I heard
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he d placed my pinion, the- desk.
' ; Very well;" ahe chief v said
quietly, Uct up Mr, vHoweU.
lus thin Up( twisted wryly, -"Let's
wiuicvuve custoay. He's
to be on the- streets
tonight, v;t. J
?jj'?e'n?att ttottei to pro protest,
test, protest, Wt the ichief vaved a weary
nStt a?dthe ? min t up.
Gus took Howell b)ne arm and
led him from the rooin A door
Slammed 1 t. a 1
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watched me curiously as I step.
uLaPJ Platform and fol.
owed the chief through the doo
small office. He- closed
the door -turned and held out a
hand. "How are you, Bennett
Ifcw's your boss?'
I shook his dry, bony hand and
bu We're botl fine, Chief,
'I used to work for him," he
broke in smiling. "Out on the
coast, in the old days, when hs
was starting the agency. And I
recognized you from a picture in
one of the v Cleveland papers-in
connecbonitb that Canfield
case. Wy nami is CampbeU."
(To B Continued)
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Caw You Answer

IfriNickt Question?

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SANTA is especially fond of an.
interesting trick that works
like magic for anyone who can
. memorize ; a few figures. Of
course, this is ho. problem for
St Kick, whose memory la leg legendary.
endary. legendary. But you, too, can mas mas-tejf
tejf mas-tejf the .stunt with" a little prac practice.
tice. practice. A: book any, book, with
numbered pages la required for
the performance.
' "Invite someone to take the
took and then, unobserved by
ydu, to open it at random and
choose one. word In the first nine-;

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YOU can have some fun mak making
ing making this snowman roll his
eyes from side to side or up and
down. Simply silt eyes at points
indicated by dotted lines. Cut out
strip at bottom and insert alter alternately
nately alternately through sHts, :
Pasting diagram to heavier
paper or thin cardboard first will (
; make it easier to handle.

Give 'Take
WHAT is It
that we give
to another that
we should always
keep? J
pjo jno
' What is the
easiest thing for
a stingy giver to
part with?

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lines of the selected page. The
chosen word must not be beyond

the ninth word in the line.
Then askthe person to write
down the number of the page
and to multiply this by 10. To
the product, he is to add 25 and
the number of the line. This re result
sult result id to be multiplied by 10 and
thea, the number at which the
selected word stands in the line
is to be added.
I With the last written figure as
a guide, you can open the book
and point to the very word se selected,
lected, selected, Here la the explanation:
First, v subtract 250 from the
amount stated. The last figure of
the i answer denotes the place
where the Selected word stands
in the line. The next to the last
number designates the line and
the remaining figures the page.
Suppose, for Instance, the word
tarnished in the page above were
the choice... This is the sixth word
on"' the fourth line of page 63.
Pagj) a, multiplied by 10 gives
630, plus 25, plus four equals
65. Multiply by 10 to get 6590;
add six to reach 6596.
Subtract 250, leaving 6346
which tells you that the chosen
word was number six on the
fourth imrbrpage 63.
Answering Santas Question
Ho more than four places. There
can, of courie, be an unlimited num number
ber number of seta of four. Each set would
be situated at the four points of a
tetrahedron enclosed within a sphere
(the earth). Visualize the earth as a
globe and inside it a pyramid, on a
triangular base, with the three points
of the base and the apex all equidis equidistant
tant equidistant and all just touching the surface
ftlk)hor earth.. It .has been,
determined ,4r mathematicians tliaf
the distance between th points would:
be about 7,968 miles (taking the diam diameter
eter diameter of the earth as roughly 7,920
miles). o r

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SANTA CLAUS-waa laying out x
, his Christmas route, whent
one of the gnomest named Alaska,
asked: a question: "How many
places are (here Jn the world the
same distance apart?" : J
Santa scratched his head
doubtfully. 1 fion't, quite see
what you mean. ) suppose you
could have dozens of places each
a mile away from the next one."
' "Yes," said the gnome named
Alaska, "bur the flrst one
wouldn't be a mile away from
the last I mean, supposing that
New York is the same .distance
from London it is from Buenos
Aires."
'But it: isn't," said Santa.
"True. I only said supposing.
Then if Buenos Aires- were the
same distance from London as
it is from New' York, that would
be three of them. I wonder could
you have more than three or
four?" ?
"Now I see what you mean,"
said Santa. "No."
"Nonsense," said another aid,
"you could have millions of them."
Who was right? What is, in
fact, the largest number of places
that, can be found in the world
all the game distance from each
other? XSolution elsewhere.)
Circle and Dotter

HOW can you
draw the cir circle'
cle' circle' and dot at
righji in"a contin contin-joui
joui contin-joui motion
without raising
pencil from

the paper? Answer is shown be below.
low. below. Simply begin by turning up
a corner of the paper" to make
the dot first, continue your line
across the fold and then draw
the circle.

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VJMOOPS?V

POSTING FOLKS ON PRESENTS

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IT IS NOT hard to imagine a number of hoops
joined together as shown above. But it is rather
difficult to count them once assembled. Just how
many hoops or complete circles do you say there
'are? Four? Six? Eight? Ten?
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Christmas Character Ring

tvrHO'S your favorite Christmas character? Santa,
Rudolph, a comic strip character, perhaps?
At any rate, it's eaay to advertise your personal
choice with a unique ring.
Materials needed to make one are a bone collar
stay and a button. Plus a picture or drawing of
your favorite, of course.
Punch holes in stay at Center and at ends after
measuring finger circumference. Fasten button at
center with needle and thread.
Paste picture to button as illustrates.
Lets Count Some Shifty Sheep
1 OTS of folks have to count sheep to woo sleep
J-J after holiday frivolity. If sheep Jump over a
fence at the rate of 10 in 10 minutes, how many
would jump over in an hour? You have to count
'em one at a time to solve this.
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ONE place to look
for Christmas
gifts is under the
tree, of course.
Then, too, there are
Christmas stockings.
But another source
Df gift and much
Christmas sentiment
for folks about the
country is contained
tn the diagram at
right How quickly
can you identify the
object to be sketch sketched
ed sketched in the diagram?
Note that the
horizontal and ver vertical
tical vertical rows of dots,
are designated by
tetters and num numbers.
bers. numbers. Sharpen your
pencil and draw lines
from dot to dot as
outlined in the direc directions
tions directions below.
Draw Q-8 to J-8
to J-4 to F-4, E-5,
D-7, C-13, C-14, D D-15,
15, D-15, 1-15, M2, D-12,
C-13.
Draw 1-15 to J-10.
Draw 1-12 to J-4.
Draw J-10 to R-10.
Draw' J-9 to Q-9.
r Draw C-13 to A. A.-13
13 A.-13 to A-12 to B-12
to B-13.
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Eye-Cue Tester Fm WITH A FEATHER

A LINE of letters on the eye-

doctor's office chart reads
thusly:
U T D E Y L E
.s When Ima Sharpie read off the
letters correctly, she added, "Doc "Doctor,
tor, "Doctor, by adding one letter to those
seven and rearranging them, a
well known English word can be
spelled."
What word had the patient In
mind?
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Making the Rounds at the Toy Factory

HES OFF; PUSHING AHEAD!

SANTA'S off and. pushing ahead In the .Blue; G Green; Br Brown; P Pink;
scene below, but a weird scramble of T Tan; Y Yellow, If you do not have
lines tflsHMj-. the picture,,. To bring the tan use. brown lightly,
scene Into better view, apply colored pen- After you have finished coloring the
ells or crayons in accordance with the picture, divide it into six or seven pieces
following color Indicators: R Red; B for use as a Jigsaw puzzle.

Quipto-Quote Feel Lucky or Knot?

LIVER WENDELL HOLMES

was much sought after as an

Nancys Put aiidr Take Problem

after-dinner speaker. Below, in
substitution cryptogram form
for you to solve, is how he ex explained
plained explained it:
"K'Y M DONZKEL KX BEE1,
MXF SAAtL SNCOF WINWOl
EMO KD K JMY1 LN M TMX TMX-PCIL
PCIL TMX-PCIL SKLANCL YG TNCPCIL?'

YOU'VE undoubtedly experienced at least one
, knot In a piece of string this holiday season.
three letters may prove to be Did it happen to be a lucky knot? That is to say,
good starting clues. Words such when you gave it a tug, did the snarl disappear ?
as an, a, the, I, etc., are most This happens, occasionally, of course, but sometimes
commonly used in sentences giving a knot a yank only makes matters worse. Is
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' HORIZONTAL
1 Mother of Ishmael (Gen. 16:15)
6 David slew this and a lion (1
Sam. 17:34)
10 Half of Santa's reindeer team.
14 Ignore.
15 Wash,
16 In addition,
17 Rambles.
18 Detail.
', 19 Elijah built a trench about the

altar great enough to contain

18:32)

two measures of this (1 Ki.

20 What all are In Christ Jesus
(GaL3:28)
21- Hostels.
23 Thespians.
26 Scoffed.
, 27 Progenitor.
28 Steep flax.
29 On mother-in-law's gift list
33 Namesakes of the first man.
36 King Of Assyria (Hos. 10:6) ;
37 Moslem, title.
38 Ecclesiastical court
39 Fished for congers.
40 StUDefy.

41 Commotion,

64 Kitchen Implement
63 On the briny deep.
66 Jackdaws.
67 Stretches over.
VERTICAL
, 1 Who was tetrarch of Galilee
during the time that John the
Baptist preached? (Luke 3:1)
2 Unaccompanied.
3 Donor.
4 Citrus drink.
5 Dwells.
6 Bartimaeus was this (Mark
10:46)
7 The glutton over at Xmas
dinner.
8 et vale. .
9 Stayed,
10 Secure.
11 Oil: comb. form.
12 Availer.
13 Woody plant twigs.
22 A man that flattereth his
neighbour spreadeth a what
for his feet (Pr. 29:5)
24 P$n for cattle.
26 Feminine name,
27 Many of the kingdom of the
beast had these (Rev. HMD
29 Melchlzedek was king of this

40 Pole or Czech.
42 Dye indigo.
43 Shows moral hesitancy.
45 Elijah's spirit rested on him
(2 Ki. 2:15)
46 Interdiction.
48 Hardens into a mass.
49 Genus of palms.
50 Cud of a ruminant

51 Periods of time.
52 Capital of Latvia.
53 Geological ages.
54 Gift for Dad
55 Blackbird.
59 Topaz hummingbird.
61 Boaz told Ruth to do this with
her morsel of bread (Ruth 2:
14)

place (Gen. 14:18)

SO Tardy,

42 These possessions of Kish were 31 Chills and fever.

CHRISTMAS la coming; and
Nancy wants to be ready for.
It, "which is why she's doing what
you sea Jn the drawing above. Of
course, W make the missing partT,
of the picture appear 'you must
draw a continuous Una from dot -I
to dot J9. Whera two numbers
are.;beslde one dot, use the dot
for I both. Afterward, apply ap-

z propriAte colors with crayons.

SOL. TO TOY FACTOBY P08EB

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43 Group of naval vessels.
44 Impetus of a moving body.

4 btieep's cry.

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33 Son of Shem (Gen. 10:22)
84 Extinct, pigeon.
35 Iota 3 i '::'.

36 The Nazarene.

48 Where ,i Christ was crucified' 39 Regarded highly,

(Luke 23:33) u
52-Vilify. ,
55 Hypocritical religious tall,
56 Regret extremely.
57 The rainbow, 1 i v
58 The second book of the New

Testament

Riddle Me This

60 DroDSV.

62 Long deep cut
63-Bacchanalian cry.
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YHEN the amateur magician
V ia visiting a friend who has
a cat, he announces that he pos possesses
sesses possesses a marvelous power over
animals and can make them do
anything he orders.
"For instance, I will make the
cat wash itself at my command,"
says the conjurer to the assem assembled
bled assembled guests.
Then as he makes a few magic
passes over the cat's head, he
strokes the animal's fur. A mo moment
ment moment later the audience will be
surprised to see the cat start to
wash itself without any apparent,
proddings from the magician.
The secret of this trick consists
of rubbing a little butter on the
palm of the hand. When ths ma magician
gician magician strokes the cat the butter
is transferred to the animal's fur
and the cat then proceeds to
"wash" itself by licking off the
butter.
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CBQSSWOBD PUZZLE SOLUTION

THE next time you give a party and it begins to
shown signs of lagging you can quickly liven up
things with a simple game that will provide both
"light" and "ticklish" amusement.
Secure a sheet and a feather that is light enough
easily to be blown around.
The person who has been chosen to start the
game throws a feather Into the middle of the sheet
Now the excitement begins as each player tries to
blow the feather over the head of the player oppo opposite
site opposite him. Whenever he does' this he scores one point
The contestants must not let go of the sheet. Have
one member of the party act as scorekeeper.

CLX buildings of, Santa's toy
plant are laid out in an en enclosure
closure enclosure as shown at left A
watchman, entering the grounds
at point indicated by opening,
left, walks completely about each
building and exits at the point
marked by arrow, right. (What
is the shortest route the watch watchman
man watchman can take?
Remember, he must walk com completely
pletely completely around each of the build buildings.
ings. buildings. Answer appears elsewhere in
the page. No fair peeking.

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' 'if an old woman for a movie in Chertsey, England.

COULDN'T PASS ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS A small dog wait mitsidei ft glart barrie inRoehesterli V, Ar.Jij
his mastef joina ether third gradertf holding tpeeial demonstration das fasid t- larg itot display iMdi- t f

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Kaskaskia, 111., examines clumps of Johnson grass,
a parasitic plant that threatens to spread its growth
nvir a wide area of the nation's Vbread, basket" (

nation's viraih forests.1' To-

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as interested in raising trees r S v-?rr 'TSi'
as cutting, them down on fc ciTf --

bach's 130 -thousand -acre f
stand of Douglas firs at Cath-
lamet, Wash Aftef the.trees :j
are felled, the tougr) job. of

begins. Logs are loaded onto 2
trucks' and carried to' railroad ?
flat cars.? Then they arrive at' if,
a river, lnlet"where raftsmen'-' h
herd them''' into rafts, whlch'

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Hawaiian dance at the Canal Zone Spanish Conversation
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MEN Of FOUR COUNTRIES but nil using the onejamtua Spanish -4 to talk to one nothef are reprerenUd ta Jthli Picture: cji3shhI?nidwhlS
y. firiV. r ci. . if V..HA Sniari Niraratfna Ambamiador Nestor Bcrmudes If.', of Honduras. Paul ;,!':".'"

Ki, -Jf Panama. Capt. Carleton E. Mott. United State, and Jo hn De Noi of the United States. Scenea likf thu occur every other North Americani ln the Canal Zo Zo-Wednesdav
Wednesdav Zo-Wednesdav ni!ht at the Quarry Heights' Officers Club when th conversation club meets for its regular sessions. ne take y,, timend effort to sttt.

receptH tj the celebration of the
fjrst anplyersarf of the. Canal 2o-'

ne jpar-isD uonversauon vi,i

J or it wa a fiesta of : musit

laoghtef'and friendly talk mark
ing'thd first year of the gioi'a:

getewi together; not ju l to prac?
tice conversation in the Spaniib
language, but to bring the people
of North America and Latin Ame America
rica America 'closer together by being able
to 'talk to" one another;

,' "bounded In late 1917 with an

original group of 12, the Spanish
Conversation Club now lists 160
names on its roster of members.

Ther are no dues, rules or lor-

mality about the club.

Members and their guests meet-

S tng every other Wedne"day even

ing at Quarry Heignts uidc-
era' Club are a cross-section o' dK

1 plomatic,' military, professional

Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama. v

Capt. Carleton E.Mott, USN,"
rcktfhbean' Command c deputy

chief 'of 'itaff and "club president,

attributes the club's success to
attributes the club's success to
"a oAmmnn AoaWm nf ItMnl to

knOw and understand other people

Ibelter." wnat better way is
rthere'i h adds, "than 14 be ablo

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anniversary fiesta oroeram. he

keynoted this idea during a speech

ne a i a,

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Jl the Snanish laneuaee. I alwayi

answer to further friendship and
understanding with our neighbor!
of Latin Amjrlca". , s,.

' .Thiri Ik no' doubt this' Idea hot

permeated the club, for on the con-

elusion of Mott s .short sneer n,

i Mrs. Li. n. ue Armas, lounner oi

Lira Liuu, uwureu vii w
the members a, surprise gift to
hini of a beautifully boun l and
Vnnlick "Vain.

quez" dictionary. .-.

The inscriotloa oa the dictiona

ry in itself tells the story, for it,

readsr .' From tne uanai ions

Snanish Converswon Club to us
President, Capt. Carleton E. Mott,
USN, a great friend of Latin Am America,
erica, America, with admiration and- affec affection.
tion. affection. Panama, $ November 1958".

With the serious side out of the

Way, a huge decorated birthday

take witn one canme was camea
in for cutting by the president and
several key members of the club.

The fiesta spirit then took hold

and for the remainder of the even evening
ing evening there was entertainment, danc

ing and fun.

Dance music, mostly La t in

rhythms with nadve dances of Pa

nama pre-dominatine, was played
Iby five member- of the Albrook

!Air rrce case cantr, uiuier um
direction of W-o. H. W. Englert,
! who Is a club, member.

The entertainment for the even

ing, -presented by club members

and their guests crossed ail lines

i of nationality.

therewere Spanish and English

semi-classical and ponular songs
sung by; Mrs. Ligia Villalax de Es Es-cata
cata Es-cata accompanied "by- Henry SI-,

: nion Quiros vr Armas; Hawaii'

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CUTTING THE FIRST BIRTHDAY CAKE at the Canal Zone Span isb: Conversation Hub by Its Preswent, Cant. Carleton t.. Mott,

recent anniversary fiesta .brought sraijes to- the fa ces oi some M jne ounoera iWnp.nayeiwaneaMie .uuuiiuiu
over 160 members in one year, Thes arealeft to right) Mrs. L. H. De Armas, Jorge Garcia Tellex, Mss Frjeda
Solari of the Nkaraguan Ahp Force at the Al Albro ok Latin American School.

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Stncf k hr Miss- Wdma HwUllto:'" 1

. lie souri oj Nicaragua, swweni.ai -,
the Air Force Latin 'American
School accompanied' by "Mm. ,T)e
Armas and a Latia rhythm, piano L.

recital by Capt;; Luis Castro, USN f

; accompanied .by tui uuran; on
the maracai, s
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' Prominent lub .member, from
Panama attending the fiesta qere
ioige Garcia Telle ot, the Darien
Or committee, Pan American
lighway; Dr. Jose Mw .Reverte,
resident of the Institute of His-ano-Amenca
Culture of. Panama
Ir. and Mrs, Paul Duran. and
Ir. and Mrs. Gabriel VeUsquez.
i. Club- members, of the diplomatic
torps resident in Panama who, at"
tended the -fiesta were Homlurau

Ambassador and Mrs. isesur eer eer--
- eer-- piudez; Guatemalan Ambassador

fa de Castro Noboa and Clemen-
da Castro of the embassy of-the &
Lpominican .Republic; Mr. and f
Mrs. Sihjen Soong of the Chinese
rabassy;. Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
Culllois and their daughter! Olga a
1 Guillois of the French embassy
and Javier Reategui Scavinoof

the Peruvian embassy.
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., U-., ring ,in Panama who attended

Maqkay, U.S. Embassy;, and Mr.
l And Mrs. Robert Follestad of the

I S. Emhaisv Col. .Ret.l and Mrs.

.oni-p t,:"- Holsintrerr Otis Imbo-

Ken of the Darien sub committee;
knd Frieda Jose, chairman of the

Hub s entertainment committee,

Prominent members from tne
na1 Znnft. in addition to CDt.

nd Mrs. Mott; were Capt. and Mrs.
L V. Castro. USN. of the 15th Na-

JsJ, District; Cpt.'S."B. Purdie,
iUSN. 15th Naval District and Cdr.

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s ina Mrs. a. r noiungsworm,
I ;SNM 15th Naval, District. Many
Jftther Zpnians' were present ai
uembers and guests of the club.
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I .lub, their first fiesta was a hug
. uccess' and from the friendly
t diind of thr talk that filled thft
i oom, their main objective is
I leing realized getting people to
;now jn anotiier better by tha
i lommon bond of conversation to.
i language they 'all cat under-
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ONE OF THE IMPROMPTU ACTS by Spanish Conversation Cl

members during the recent first anniversary Fiesta was tha sbi

ttig ct Ligia-tVlUaJai?de tscata accompanied by uenry imyi

: wuuoi Armas, di-iiibi. uunt oi. rnui. a iuii juiikc ui ouw

; ish and English semt-classicaland popular songs were presents
for the enjoyment of thermore-than 160 members -and their cow
present for the party at the Quarry Heights' Officers' Club, t

ALL CELEBRATIONS must have door prize and here John De
Noia, cultural affairs officer of USIS In Panama, receiver it from
Capt. Carleton E. Mott, USN, Spanish Conversation Club pres pres-ident,
ident, pres-ident, during the recent "anniversary fiesta at the Quarry Heights'

Officers' Club.

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Misses Barbara Phillips and Julie Holmes provide a warm recepj
tion for the members of the club designed to promote better relal
tions among the peoples of both sides of the border. I-'

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fONVRKSATlON comes naturally tn women; and tha fact that it was solely in the Spanish Lan

guage made no difference to his group, all mem bers of the Canal Zone Spanish Conversation Club.

Shown talking left te right-are Mrs. de (Lastro K0 boa ot tne iwmmican nepuDiic, Mrs. nesior.er nesior.er-mudes
mudes nesior.er-mudes of Honduras, Miss Margaret De Geer of tha United States, Mrs.' C. IS, Mott,"wif of the
tiub president, and Mrs. Paul Duran of Panama. ; '

rfiwHknvn t..:k k- nJm-An ' ore if frionil'tnf'' t.nHn Amr(ri

ithr admiration and affection," a leather bound: copy of Velas
mui Knantsh.T.ncflish dictionarr was presented to Spanish Con

versation Club president Capt. Carleton E Mott, USJS, by Mrs!

L. H. De Armas, founder, on uenair oi ine oiner memDers. xna

presentation, a surprise to the captain, was a irioute in nis inter

est in tne ciun as a means or ereaunji neuer' reuuuui uciiwv
Zoniaru and Latin Americans."

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Epistle To Be Left In The Earth
By Archibald MacUl
... to colder now
there are many stars
wo art drifting
North by the Great Bear
the leaves are falling
Dm water to atone In the scooped rocks
- to southward
Red ma tray air
the crows are
Slow on their crooked wings
the Jays hare left us
Long since we passed the flares of Orion
Each man believe in his heart he 'will die
Many hare written last thought and last letters
1 None know If oar deaths are now or forever
None know If this wandering earth will be found
We lie down and the mow covers our garments
I pray you
you (If any open this writing)
Make in your mouths the words that were our names
t will tli mi ail wm ha.v learned

I will tell you everything

The earth is round
there are springs under the orchards
The loam cuts with a blunt knife
beware of
Elms In thunder
the lights in the iky are stars
We think they do not see
. we think also
The trees do not know nor the leaves of the grasses
hear uf
The birds too are Ignorant
Do not listen
Do not stand at dark in the open windows
We before you have heard this
they are voices
They are not words at all but the wind rising
Also none among us has seen God
(...We have thought often
The flaws of sun in the late and driving weather
Pointed to one tree nut it -was not so)
As for the nights I warn you the nights are dangerous
The wind changes at night and the dreams come
It to very cold
there are strange stars near Arcturus
Voices are crying an unknown name in the sky.

0 Sweet Spontaneous Earth
By E. E. Cnmmings
0 sweet spontaneous
earth how often have
the
doting
fingers of
prurient philosophers pinched
and
poked
thee
, has the naughty thumb
of science prodded
thy
beauty how
often have religious taken
thee upon their scraggy knees
squeenizg and
buffeting thee that thou mightest conceive
gods
(but
true
to the incomparable
couch of death thy
rhythmic
lover
thou answerest
them only with
spring.)

Quiet Work
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Qne lesson, Nature, let me learn of thee.
One lesson which in every wind is blown.
One lesson, of two duties kept at one
Though the loud world proclaim their enmity
Of toil unsevered from tranquility.
Of labor, that in lasting fruit outgrows
Far noisier schemes, accomplished in repose.
Too great for haste, too high for rivalry!
Yes. while on earth a 'thousand discords ring.
Man's fitful uproar mingling with his tofl.
Still do thy sleepless ministers move on,
,. Thelr glorious tasks in silence perfecting:
Still working, blaming still our vain turmoil.
JLaborers that shall not fail when man Is gone.

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WASHINGTON. The NATO

statesmen who sit opposite John
Foster Dulles to discuss the oV
fenes of western Europe this week

are talking to a lick but courage

ous man.

Only bis close Intimates know

that the Secretary of State suf

fered great pain during his trip
to Mexico, and was not entirely re

covered when he got out 01 oea

to fly to Paris.
John Foster Dulles has confid confided
ed confided to these friends that he's quite
prepared to die at his desk ra rather
ther rather than retire. However, he- s
in no frame of mind to do either.

Having staged an amazing reco

very from a cancer operation two
years ago, he has great faith in
his own will to overcome any
health obstacle. He is not going

to letire.

In Mexico Citv. ambassador Ro-J

bert Hill had two doctors awaiting
an emergency calk but Dulles re refused
fused refused to see them for fear word
of his illness would leak out. He
lived in the American Embassy
residence, with Milton Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower oceuoying a room nearby. Mil Milton
ton Milton confided to friends that he
worried all night about Dulles' con condition.
dition. condition. ;
However, the Secretary of
State refused to call off his trip
to San Francisco where he was
scheduled to address the Chamber
of Commerce He remarked to a
friend who tried to dissuade him
that if he was suffering from can cancer,
cer, cancer, then a day' or two delay
wouldn't make any difference, in
reaching the hospital.
In Mexico City, Dulles stood In

line for more than an hour to

preet Americans at a reception
5iven in his honor at the Embas Embassy,
sy, Embassy, and also stood for two hours
at the National Palace in honor
of President Adolf o Lopez Mateos.
He was in pain during much of

this time.

The Secretary of State Is now

71 years old, ha traveled more

than a half a million miles since
he assumed office, and is, entitled
to rest. He has told friends, how however,
ever, however, that he would he bored stiff
f he retired and will continue in
harness. 'i
TRUMAN ON THI PRESS
When Harry Truman was look looking
ing looking over his old haunts in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the other day, he got. a vi visit
sit visit from John Steelmari, onetime
member of the White House staff,
now publisher of three weekly
newspapers in the' Maryland su suburbs
burbs suburbs of Washington. Steelman has
completely divorced himself from
eovernment. pays a lot of atten

tion to community affairs.

I'm sorry I won't be able to

hear you speak at the Press

Club,', he told his ex-bos. "buM

I have to attend a Board of Trade
meeting.".
'Til miss You." said Truman.

Then, as an afterthought, he ad added:
ded: added: "No, it's just well you

don't come, because I'm going to

7 give tne publishers neu . and

you're a publisher. I'm for the
working press but not for you pub pub-Hshers?'
Hshers?' pub-Hshers?' ATLANTA HATI TRIAL
One of the Jurrora In the trial
of George A. Bright, the Atlanta
architect charged with bombing

the Jewish temple, was aa ex ex-Klansman.
Klansman. ex-Klansman. However, it's believed

this made no difference in final

outcome namely a hung jury, 9

The factor which caused the

hung jury was the stiff penalty,
either life Improsonment or death.
The alternative was acquittal. Nine
jurors flately refused to vote for
acquittal.

Courtroom observers report that

Bright himself was responsible for
convicing these nine that he was
guilty, by his long rambling de

fense of himself in wmcn he spout

ed anti-Semitic sentiments, show

ed himself a man of violent tem

per and deep prejudice.

'' RED TAPI
After months of delay, the Pre President's
sident's President's Flag Commission has fi finally
nally finally narrowed down its choice of
a design for the new 49-star flag
to two patterns.
One design would arrange the

49 stars in a rectangular pattern

of seven rows, each with seven

stars. :

The other proposed design would

stagger the 49 states in a cons

tellation pattern. The staggered

pattern Is more attractive and

would follow historic traditions

of early American lines. This is

favored by the flag indurtry.

However, the President's Com Commission
mission Commission at last reports still
couldn't make un its mind.

' Dulles faces twv headaches at
the NATO conference in addition

to the pain in his abdomen.

Headache Ne. 1, is Gen. Charles
de Gaulle and his flat turn-down
of American missiles. .The basing
of missile stations in France ii

a key part of the NATO defense

machinery. They are supposed

to replace most of the American
troops stationed in France. But de
GauDe. thinks missile bases are are-foolish
foolish are-foolish and will have no 'part o f
them. .h: i

Headache He. z, Is the personal
friction between two other pillars I
of NATO-Prime Minister Harold

Macmillan of England and Chan

cellor Konrad Adenauer of West
Germany.They have been snap

ping at each other behind the

scenes as if tney were on oppo opposite
site opposite sides of the Iron Curtain ra
ther than leading western defenses
against the Iron Curtain.
Adenauer is privately accusing
the British Primer Minister of go
ing soft on Russia and wanting to

Imake a deal with the Kremlin on

Berlin. Mcmillan on the other had
considers Adenauer a stubborn
old man whose policies may pre pre-cioilite
cioilite pre-cioilite war.
The argument reached such an
explosive noint last week that the
German Chancellor suddenly an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced he was flying to London.
Macmillan told him to come a
head. Oiough privately expressing
surpise that Adenauer should in
vite himself. When Uiis crack leak leaked
ed leaked back to the Chancellor, he got
even more peeved and told his
office to announce that he had a
cold and could not go to London,
It's the worst possible time for
two Of our best allies to be at
odds with each other, with the
third ally, de Gaulle, doing a pri prima
ma prima donna act on the side regard regarding
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Silhouette About Town:! Billit
Burke (Mri. Florens tFiegfeldj
.seeking refuge under tbt Waldor.
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Dunne, th U.K. dollegate.'at the
Envoy.' ..Fred Attain floating
along.5thAvnueA .Toufh Guy
James Cagney Killing at eclair
St Sari's; -Fjitti Page and hus hus-and
and hus-and Charles O'Curratf dining at
? fhe CMKiy. U .Sir Laurence Oli-,
. Vier, King of British actors, enjoy enjoy-tag
tag enjoy-tag America's stage Queen, Helen
Hayes, atf'Touch of the Poet",
, .Ana Shendaa a-d S;ott McKay
table-for-twoing at Brown's. .
'Music Man"' Robert Preston at
the Sabers absorbed in a copy
f the new book about tile thea theater,
ter, theater, "The Passionate Playgoer";,
Comic myron Cohen, who calls
'Flower Drum Song" (cast with
Orientals) Proadway's Hottest Tic-
' Sallies In Our Alley: Showfolkdi
t Phillip II got a large chuckle
With the one about the Hollywood
nam mowsing in a jewelry shop.
tie xuppea over s gow oraceiei
inscribid: "To my one and only
Jore" and bought it .'ShJl I
gift wrap it?" inquired the clerk.
, ."Wo." was the reply, as he ex ex-',
', ex-', tended a wrist. i"iH wear it". J,
One i of the Pentagon's bright
young men writes so many
speeches for superiors, wag
tagged this on his door: "Ghost
ffice." .... !, .
- Broadway Celebrity: Singer
Jaye P. Morgan makes no mad
dash for public attention. .She
shuns night clubs. movie pre
mieres and public feuds, all good
topy for the papers. , She pals
. around with her three brothers,
writes to her folks in Iowa ev
try day and knows nig success
' comes 10 uiose wno seep iryiug
i. A.1 1 A
vto improve their specialty. .&ne
has only one gimmick. Her name
'Jaye P. Morgan, after the long-1
ago billionaire. .She is really
Mary. Mrgaret Morgan, ;
Memos of a Midhighter: -"Uue
of Angeles" doesn't open for six
monA-over here. But;. its two
British stars, Vivien igh.'and
Ann Todd, are already fussing.
Vivien -wants to swap roles. Miss
Todd won't.. .' ..Critic John Chap Chapman
man Chapman called Miyoshi J reki ."A
Perfect China Doll." Jawn, she
is Japanese. .Iu fact, most of
the "Flower Drum Song" cast is.
. .Larry Steele's Smart Affairs of
1959 revue is always big-time. It
open j the new Riviera"- at 53rd
and B'way,Dec. 26th. .A well
known TV comic' made such a
fool of himself at Sardi's, he was
asked to pipe 'down or leave. .
They say Ma Puente's parties
are The End. Leave you gasping,
etc. .The song, "Stonewall Jaik Jaik-son,"
son," Jaik-son," in the "Mardi Gras" film,
is to out-and-out echo (the tune)
Oi irving Benin s iu v
Get A Man With A Gun."
Success Story: To augment bis
J)uny income a songwriter took a
ob with the postoffice....Opening
a can of beer at lunch one noon
he cut a finger. .It made him
angry. .He decid3d to invent an

opener that wouia puncn iwu
' holes at once. .It wasn't as easy
as it sounds. "Countless inter interviews
views interviews with lawyers, engineers, pa patent
tent patent people, et al. .Finally, he
perfected it. .A 2-hole opener,
. .Apheuser Busch bought the
rights and will distribute about
12,000, their initial order. . .The
would-be songwriter who will now
, enjoy wealth is named John Na-

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t Cast of Characters: Anne Vic
. 1 toria, a singer, who got a -i-figure
wage at the jfalace Theater in
' the long ago. Now belting out
tongs at the Amateur Talent Con Contests
tests Contests every Thursday in the Light Lighthouse
house Lighthouse Cafe; ,Marg Cameron,
,a talented comedienne headlining
t the Boulevard, was t Macy's
salesgirl S years' ago. -Imogene
Cocag; co-star o "The Girls
. M9,t' grvws peppers in her un-

SUNDAY, DECEMBER

star wanted to be realistic in
"Shadow of a Gunman,, "She flew
to Ireland to buy a dress that she
uiought tbe character she por portrays
trays portrays wojU '" wear. .Jazx stars
Ked AUe. Coxy Cole and Cole Coleman
man Coleman Hawkins at the Metropole

arc all ia'their fiOa .Peesv Me,
Kay, who 5 gets 83 per week ac
tressing via "The J auures." uses
it for tips, Family's rich.
Vignette: ms name is cor&ett
Monica,- a comedian. He "was
playing a weekend date t an up upstate
state upstate resort hoteL.The ap. lause
was so good he delivered a
speech of thanks. ."I was never
worried," be said. "I knew I was
well protected tonight. My law lawyer
yer lawyer is here, the President of my
Union is here, and la', but sot
least, my good friend, the Cap Captain
tain Captain of the Police Pep't. is here".
. .While he was orating his room
was robbed, "j
Times Square Circle: Moaique
Vaa Vrtren tells chums she has
conquered doraphobia. That's the
fear of touching animal fur. (Live
animals, that Is. She owns a doz dozen
en dozen mink coats). .Loew's State
stage entrance offers an unusual
sieht. Crowded with members of
the Gay 'Set waiting for the
east of female impersonators to
ounce out. .They revived the
old film "Bateau" on TV the oth other
er other night. The leading man was
George Murphy.' Playing a small
role was Desi Arnax. Toaay Mr
Murphy, works for Mr. Arnax as
a public relations ambassador at
Desilu Studios. The long-rumored
snlituation of the Huntington
Hartfords mar be confirmed
soon. She was the -prettiest ciggie
girl at Ciro's, Hollywood, when
they met. If they abrogate she
will get over, a million. .Variety!
gave Casa Cugat the most sucar sucar-y
y sucar-y notice in years for a new -dine-:
and-dancery.
The Orchid Tree: Jill Corey's
new platter, "I Found a New Ba Baby".
by". Baby". .Rex Stewart's tootliug at
Eddie Condon's. . Wilbur Ev Ev-aqs
aqs Ev-aqs arid Mimi Benzell in the
Pierre's "Evening With Richard
Rodgers'. .Beatrice Kraft's terp
sichore .X Chateau-Madrid.
Page Morton's piano style at
Bird N Glass. She's pretty, too.
The Late--Watch: Jack Demp Demp-sey's
sey's Demp-sey's former gaming casino hich
he opened after the wsr at Ense Ense-nada,
nada, Ense-nada, Mexico, may reopen New
Years Even as a dice house.
The 'new owner would be Alfonso
Rocha, kin to the new Mexican
president's wife. .Anna Mfia
Alberghetti and Buddy Bregman,
who've been talking out of the
side of their mouths to the press,
definitely plan to wed despite de denials.
nials. denials. According to"- chums of
both. .The movie?' -"Pe y t on
Place," is billed in France as
"The Pleasures of Hell" and in
Germany as "Glowing Fire Un Under
der Under the Ashes". .Irene Hervey,
ex-wife of Allan Jones, now does
the boites with Max. Marx, once
wed to movie star Edward Ar
nold's widow. .. .Gary crosDy
threatens t let down his hail and
write his side of stories (involv (involving
ing (involving him for movie mag.
.Sounds in the Nig t: At Gats Gats-by's:
by's: Gats-by's: "She suing for fraud. He
told her he was a $50 per day
stagehand, when he was merely
a producer". .At the Raintree:
"Some of tie ms beautiful legs
are attached to cold feet". .At
Cafe Leon: "If there's one thing
I can't stand, sweetie, 4t's any anyone
one anyone who Honeys and Dearies
me!". .'.'.A Teddy's:, "He's a
skirtsophrenic". . At Lindy s:
"The' intermission got more
laughs, .At Reuben's: ''You
can't phony yourself to the top
on The Main Stem Broadway's
been .around a lot longer than a a-nyone
nyone a-nyone .on it.' v,;, .;
BIOGRAPHY ON SALE
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
first biography of Pope John
XXIEt was on sale Here today.
Th i7o-Dac. 24-nicture book was
written by Andrea Lazzarini, an
editor of the Vatican City new
rpaper Observatore Romano.

21, 1958

WASHINGTON (NEA An m-,
cident which took place at a re recent
cent recent church bazaar is liable to
make even the toughest GOP po
liticians drop their recent charge

that Democrats art Dig spenaers.
A little girt walked op w we
white eleohant booth, pointed to
a wooden bowl and said that she
wanted to buy it as a unnsimas
present for her mower, uniy irou
Ue Vas that the kid had just 0
cents.'.'' . ; ..
Despite the duia s pieas, me
saleslady refused to lower the
price. Finally the little girl walk walked
ed walked away looking very unhappy.
Later, the saiesiaay sianea io
feel sorry for her because she nad
so little money. After deciding to
sell the bowl at the reduced price,
she learned, to her amazement,
that the little girl was the daugh daughter
ter daughter of Democratic Sen. Estes Ka
fauver. ...
RIDOIST FACI la town this
week belongs to a friend who
crashed a Latvian Legation recep reception
tion reception believing it was some sort of
Communist celebration. He could
n't have been; more mistaken.
r The State Department shuns the
country of Latvia since it is do
minated by Russians. But it does
recognize the Latvian Legation,
which is run by ardent anti-Corn
munists who escaped their home
land before the Reds moved in.:
(While our friend was sippng
his second martini, he was hailed
by the legation's chief diplomat,
Dr. Arnold Spekke, who is also
a prolific writer of anti-Commu
nist literature. "What's this I hear
about you thinking that we're a
bunch of Reds? tne minister ae ae-manded.
manded. ae-manded. As our friend stammered his
explanation, Spekke suddenly
burst out laughing. Actually
I think it's the funniest joke I ve
heard in months,", he declared.
"But just to make sure you don't
make that mistake again, I'm put
ting you on my mailing list the
first thing tomorrow;"
SHOREHAM HOTEL promoters
recently -decided to serve favorite
native dishes of Washington am
bassadors as a come-on for one
of the hotel s dining rooms.
First diplomat they called for a
recipe was suave Dominican Re Republican
publican Republican Ambassador Don Manuel
A. De Moya.
De Moya explained that his fa favorite
vorite favorite food was a sumptuous con concoction
coction concoction of chicken covered with a
rich pure cream and sherry sauce.
"Did you first eat that at home
or in some exclusive Santo Do Domingo
mingo Domingo restaurant?" the Shore
ham reppesentative asked.
(Best Selfi
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LOLFFA Valdlmh Nabokov
DOCTOR ZHIVAGG-Boris Paster
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AROUND THE WORLD WITH
AUNTIE MAME -Patrick Den.
nis
WOMEN AND THOMAS HAR HARROW
ROW HARROW John P. Marquand
ANATOMY OF A MURDER Rob Robert
ert Robert Traver
EXODUS-Leon M. Uris
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Rona Jaffe
Non-Fiction
ONLY IN AMERICA Harry Gold Golden
en Golden AKU-AKU Thor Heyerdahl
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP -Pappy
Boyington
THE ALLUENT SOCIETY -John
Galbraith ;
INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY John
Gunther
ABANDON SHIP! -Richard T.
Newcomb s
ON MY OWN Eleanor Roosevelt
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST
THINGS! Art Linkletter

Susdfty Arsericta Supplesssf

By DOUGLAS LAJKSEN and JEKRX BENNETT.

"As far as I know," De Moya,
replied, "that dish is unknown in
the Dominican Republic. The only
place that I've ever eaten it is
at your hotel."
A CERTAIN government ofh
cial says that his office window
opens onto the playground of a
local scnooi, and that be can t
concentrate because of the con constant
stant constant noise.
"I don't know how much that
school has advanced its science
courses,' he says. "But its start started
ed started a crash program on recess pe periods
riods periods that beats anything the Rus
sians have got"
ALT KHAN, famed diplomat,
playboy and ex .husband of actress
Rita Hayworth, turned up as guest
of honor at a National Press Club
luncheon the other day.
Club' president Jack Horner In
troduced him by saying, "I'm sure
evey man here had already heard
of the many things for which our
guest is famous. And I'm just as
certain we all wish that some of
those things could be said about
us."
a riNTAvoN jokester says
that he can t understand why mi
litary men are always called on
to make speeches about electro
nics.
The Divine Wind, by Capt. Rl-
kihei Inoguchi and Cmdr. Tada
shi Nakajima (U. S. Naval Insti
tute): Japan's most feared wea
pon in the waning months of the
Pacific war was the Kamikaze
suicide slane. Yet it was brand
ed a failure by U.S. naval Author
ities, not worth the sacrifice of
more than 4,000 Japanese pilots.
True, the Special Attack FOrre
-the Kamikaze did tremendous
damaee. But by that time Ja
pan was already hopelessly worst
ed, and even in its naming sacri
fice the Kamikaze Corps sank po
u.s. war ship of cruiser size cr
larger,'' Vice Adm. C. R. Bw
writes in a foreward to his inter interesting
esting interesting look.
But Capt. Inoguchi points oit
that ". .considering the heavy
odds that our fliers faced in 1944
their ihrnce of coming back aiive
from ny sorties against enetry
carriers was very slim,. .If ow
is bound to die, what is more w
ural than the desire to die effec.
tivoJy, ft maximum cost to the
rnemv?"
The' took tells of the growth ii
the Kamikaze from a few sue
oessful attacking planes to a
powerful suicide air force.
Here Of All Places, by Osbert
Lancaster (Houghton Mifflin): Ar
chitecture. Lancaster points out,
extends not only to palaces
churches and public buildings but
pnuallv to drugstores, bus depots,
comfort stations and saloons. It
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VAN FILL YOUR NEBDS!

He explains that there are just

as many nonmilitary, types whose
backgrounds make them familiar
with certain areas of this compli complicated
cated complicated field.
For instance, ha says that no
one could do a better job deliv
ering a speech titled "Research
on Guided Missiles in South- Ame America"
rica" America" than Vice President Nixon.
Sherman Adams is thoroughly
familiar with "The Clean-Up Pro
blems Under Hot Spot Conditions.
And White House Press Secret a
ry James Hagerty, he-says, is
known to M i up autnority on
"The Controlled Leak as an Ins Instrument
trument Instrument of Public Policy."
A REPRESENTATIVE of the
French Champagne Producers As Association
sociation Association announced at a recent
cocktail party that the Pentagon
was wasting its time putting so
much emphasis n the development
of exotic, high-thrust rocket fuels.
He explained that a recent sur survey
vey survey shows two billion pounds of
pressure are corked up in cham champagne
pagne champagne bottles that are stored in
FCPA wine cellars. Based on
scientific calculations, this is e e-nough
nough e-nough energy to launch 5.000 one one-ton
ton one-ton satellites.
After hearing the champagne
promoter's theory a Pentagon
scientist cracked: 'Dig that crazy
orbit."
is probably the most eloquent in
dex to the character of by gone
civilizations, and ."scholars two
millennia hence are as likely to
base their speculations on the re
mains of Joe s Diner as on the
ruins of Grant's Tomb."
Lancaster, English cartoonist
and satirist sets out to present
in drawings and text architectur
al development from thatched hut
to metal-and-giass skyscraper.
His sharp pen writes: "Noiiee
the skill with which the houses
are disposed, that insures that
the largest possible area of coun countryside
tryside countryside is ruined with the mini
mum oi expense; see now c f-e-fully
each householder Is provided
with a clear view mto the most
private offices of his next door
neighbour-and with what studied
disregard of the sun's aspect the
principal rooms are planned."
Picture Cook Book, by the Edi
tors of Life (Prentice Hall):
Here s a way to enjoy food with with-out
out with-out eating it. Depicted in beau beautiful
tiful beautiful full color pbotogranhs are
about 600 dishes ranging from
Orinetal concoctions to the soups,
vegetables, salads and leftovers
of everyday living. Recipes for all
are included.
This is not a basic cookbook;
the emphasis is on the artistry
of cooking and the beauty of the'
finished product. The armchair
gourment can spend a happy hour
leafing through the pictures of
barbecued steaks, game birds, sa salads,
lads, salads, spices, herbs and candies..
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Ann Sothern Show on TY is ,the acting-longevity record of
69-year-old Ernest Truex. His career encompasses 63 years,1
with 48 ooeninff niehts on Broadway and 10 in London, scores

of silent and talkie films and 200 live TV performances Nowk'
with Ann Sothern, he's back in the type ot role that made hint
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'Association of America, in drawing a bead on the dreaded
disease. Roy is One of the celebhties joining tn the MDAA
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amines in Washington,, D.O, his contribution toward endina
, mid-air collisions, a win-mounted flashing light system. Strobe
(lights, of the type used by photographen. flash, at the .front
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UPSETS FEATURED tflt-yeart

' night woiitwy, sllhougn ,a world icftampioft and

pcan titlebOMier won wiew-bouU eanauyvf v
"Name"- lighters like Johnny 5axwn Ralph Tiger
Jones, Davey fcupas.iVictor ,ZalazarJand Luawi tight tight-burn
burn tight-burn wete iicke&and heavyweight contender ; Zor a ol ol-ley
ley ol-ley couldn't draw enough money' to permit a; scheduled
lights be staged:?;' f,r4,.. ., ......
However, fascual Peres of Argentina made a sue-
cessful eighth defense 4he-wold flyweight title
by winning a unanimous- 15-round decision over Fi Fi-lipino
lipino Fi-lipino Dommy Ursua' before 40,000 at Manila larg largest
est largest crowd in Philippine fight history.
- And at- Piris. Gustav Scholz of Germany. European

middleweight champion, Outpointed mustachioed Ger Ger-minal
minal Ger-minal Ballarin of France in a 10 round non-title bout.
Perhaps-the most diss pointed fighter of the night
was young Zalazar, Argentine middleweight who went
into the ring with IS-straight knockouts in 15 profession
al starts; and lost a split decision to Benny Kid Paret of
, Cuba at St. Nicholas. Arena in New York.-, ";
' At Providence, R.L;! Willie Greene an unbeaten
but little known middleweight, stopped Saxton, the for
mer two-time welterweight champion, in the third round. round.-At
At round.-At Cleveland, middleweight f contender ;Rory Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun came back and surprised with a unanimous; deci-
aion over Jones, who had outpointed Rory at New York
only three '.weeks ago. :
- Lightly regarded J. D. Ellis, a Trenton, N.J. light lightweight,
weight, lightweight, upset Dupas of New Orleans at Ottawa, Ont., in
a bout that was Ellis' first 10-rounder. Ellis sot the una unanimous
nimous unanimous decision. i y
At New Orleans, Arthur Persley apparently a
lightweight 'on the skids won an upset split 10-round
verdict over highly-touted Lightburn of British Honduras.
At Boston, middleweight Paul Pender in his sec second
ond second bout after three years absence from the ring
topped Pete Adams of Newark, N.J. in the fourth
round. h 1 '
Folley, third .- ranked heavyweight contender,
,. had to make it an eight-round exhibition with Alvia
' Green at Odessa, Tex., because the promoter Couldn't
1 raise enough money for their 'scheduled 10-tmnd ''
fight even though the hat was passed. n
On the Calhoun. Jones supporting card at Cleveland.
Lemar Clark-young heavyweight knockout artist from
Cedar.:, City Utah belted out two of three scheduled
opponents but was unable to tackle the third because
f a hand Injury. He may have suffered a fracture.
-Rocky Colavito; Jackie Jensen5 and Bob Cer enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed their best years in the majors, but as usual, the Ame American
rican American league officially has tabbed Ted Williams the Nov
1 hitter Jn-thr circuit for 1958. i
Williams, at 40, Won Mr sixth bitting title with a 1328
average that was officially certified by American League
fceadauarters Monday. "vV i r v

The mark was a far cry from the .388 average which

AnfXAriarwthTt UNITED TATES launched fj ton tlas
rnliticTrircles K fatelllto Into, orbit round the earth, which) was
- The debonair leader of the Panamefilsta k Party deemed to give .the, Western- world the lead ovetl Rus Rus-broke
broke Rus-broke his Jong self-imposed silence at press, confer- sla In rocketry. J Furtoer .propaganda ani3.waa the
.n,. iivirit. .imnut a hours- after his return to-Pan voice ov President Elsenhower which ( was sent, back

-AmA a'ter spending several months In Argentina at- J to earth fromt recording machine Inside; the giant

tending to the details of his late -wife'i estate.-- ;
- In a statement read at the beginning of the con conference,
ference, conference, Arias, hinted broadly that he intended to
'make a presidential comeback. However, he failed to
make clear. Just how he Intended to circumvent the
- fact that he had been deprived of Ms- political rights
- by the NaUonal Assembly in-1951. f

He said ne naa .no mwnuon oi bsiuur uie uicu;

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Technicians of ,tntf Bihlthsonian Astropnysicai od-

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servalory assembled visual slghtlnR reports r

sateliitf irom around tne woria.
Optlcttf slshtingi were jreported to the observatory
from strategically located Operation Moonwatch sta stations
tions stations for computation of orbit and a study of the huge
satellites behavior in space. tM

AssembiyJto restore his political rights, but he was 1 Early Visual sightings were jeportea from -lexas,
sure Mit wiU come" because 'God is great."- ,Canetovin, South Africa, and Woomera, Australia
sure 6 -The ob?ervatorv also had received adio .tracking

Tbe NaUonal Aswmblr passed a bill, Introdue- xeporta from California, New York State -riorida,
TV. t mti-i DnJ jIpcaf.Viic.ft PhtU anil .Tnnfln ..SJv- i-.,''

ed Kv former Foreien' Minister Aouitana Boyd, ex

tending Panama's territorial seas to 12 mlla and ;
, sent it to the President for signature, which was
: readil" forthcomlnr.
Reports from Washington Indicated that United
States U opposed in princlDle to the 12-mfle limit, but
both Stat Deoartment officials and, Panama's J Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Rlcardo M. Arias said the measure would
In now wav affect the nrovisions of the 190$ treaty
between the two countries.
Work soeeded on its wav a matter of hours after
the contract was awarded ,on the new hlh4evel
bridge over the Panama Ctnal which will become one
of the famous bridges of the world. ''f -'
As th first shovels bit into the Mlrt of the west
bank Jn the preparation for the aoproaches, the com completion
pletion completion date was set at 1962 and the amount, author authorized
ized authorized by Congress for the job Is $20,000,000. It has been
6tated that another three million dollars will have"
to be added to this bill because the Fair Labor Stand Standards
ards Standards Act will apply to all bridge workers and guar guarantee
antee guarantee fhe m a minimum, of $1 per hour.
. Panama contractor L. R .Sommer put it the
lowest bid of S385J00 for the work on the ao aoproaches
proaches aoproaches on the West -Sank, nnderblddinr the
next competitor by 13 cents a cable-yard on tbo v
'excavation material to be removed. Another Pan-
amanian contractor, Manuel Calderon will be as associated
sociated associated with Sommers in the work. The work
most be completed In 159 days daring the. dry
season. : ,'; t xXf'fp
A contract for 4tS5.5M.000 'Army housinsr project

for the Canal Zone will soon be let in Washington; It

Massachusetts. Chile and Jaoan.

A Moonwatch observer at Dallas, "Tes reported
seeing the. Atlas at 7:25.20 p.m. yesterday.
The observer said the n'ty was cloudv but he was
able to se the Atlas, which looked "quite bright, like
an automobile headlight."
. A Moonwatch observer reported seeing the new
8Btellit- at McAlleu. Tex., at 7:23 p.m. yesteday.
An upofflcifl observation from Bl? Snring. Tex.,
descrliA'l the "sneaking moon" as appearing "steady
wh'te" in th sky.
, From the Moonwatch station in Caoetown, an ob ob-psrver
psrver ob-psrver rpoorted a stehtinq; at 8:00.11 p.m. yesterday.
Ha said the Atlas flashed In view for "55 seconds, al al-ternatfnj
ternatfnj al-ternatfnj in brightness 'at four-second interval
A cos ct-to-coast nre-holiday walkout ht 1500' Amer Amer-Icar
Icar Amer-Icar Airlines Tllot irrounderl the nation's largest
7t'!jfVlrllBers': mldnlf.',Fridayi-'(,. j z
," ifhe strike at American.:' coupled with1 twin strikes
bv th?vflM)fc enplne-rs and machinists nlons at
Eastern Airlines, left only two of the' nation's "big
four" air carriers tv handle the Christmas travel
rush on what Is normally the busiest weekend of the
year. ,- - 7
Marathon talks between i company representatives
i and negotiators: for the Air Linen pilots Association
were "suspended indefinitely" at 1:08 a.m., follow follow-In
In follow-In almost steady negotiation for 17 hours.
Even should a settlement bs reached early, how however,
ever, however, American said it would b out of operation for
at leat t. week, mlssinv the Christmas rush. An A A-rnerloan
rnerloan A-rnerloan snokesmn said the Hne h cancelled all

nignts T.nrouh Dec, and would continue to cancel

seven day aheaduThis was o booked tassenters

will provide for 330 family unit for civilians and mil vould not. be kent on ede by dav-to-day develop

itary families:-The houses will be part of .the so-call

ed capehart Project which is going on many, places
elsewhere under Congressional authorization. The
nnunm wa Inlf.tat.! hv Rn TTnmAr D Pntwhort

yon the batting crown for the Red Sox slugger in 1957, HR-Ind.). Construction will bein next month on units

but it gave him a comfortable': marcin over toammita

' Pete Runnels, who was runnerun with ;322. -i
Colavito,, the 25-vear-old cQeveland outfielder, ac actually
tually actually bad better all-around year than Williams al although
though although he M only .303. Colavijto clouted 41 homers, onl
one short, of Mickey Mantle's., league-leading total, and
was second only to Jensen in runs hatted in with .113.
Jensen, named the league's Most Valuable Plav Plav-er,
er, Plav-er, was the RBf leader with 1 and also hit 35
homers' while battin. 28C. '
Cerv carried Kansas, City' throughout the entire
season and his- batting accomplishments become even
more impressive when it is recalled that he played more
than a month with a wired jaw. The muscular Athletics"
outfielder drove in 104 runs, hit 38 homers and wound up
the Season' with a .306 average. 1 :
Only 11 regulars crowded their way into the charm charmed
ed charmed .300 Circle. s.
Harvey Kuenn of Detroit followed Williams and Run Runnels
nels Runnels with .319. Then came'Al Kaline of Detroit. .313;
Vie Power of Cleveland. .312; Cerv, .305; Mantle, .304;
Colavito, .303; Minnie Minoso, Cleveland. .302. and Nel Nel-lie
lie Nel-lie Fox, Chicago, and Norm Siebern, New York. .300
each..-.' v.vi-.'v.- S'-. .... -.s ;

at curundu. Ft. Clayton, Corozal, Ft. Amador 'and
Quarry Heights. ,. (V-
The Single Wage Plan came under heavy fire early
In the week after the executive order authorizing the

leplslat'or was signed by President Elsenhower,

ments in negotiations, tft spokesman said.

American said it also had plaewf. an embargo on
all freight and exnrefs flights nntil further notice.
Amtricap sM it ..would accept reservations beyond
the seveh-day limit. v
The Pu8ian ore t-dav c'aimeT 4hat the recently recently-concluded
concluded recently-concluded .vp ris VATO meet'n has decided on a
course of Intensifying'-the cold war.
Th official nartv rwsnaner ,Pradft and Trvest.la

e nffjrfa orp-an of th fovemment,' abwv attacked

TTntanm, rinrMnMnv Wat rtji wnrkere' hoth for NATO for Its'deoisions on th; Berlin niiest.Inn

military end civilian agencies in the Canal Zone ex- twm. e jder 0f the Atlantlr Union are

2 Cmasy-,&tenp"11 said 811 year long that Whitey Ford
and Bob Turley were the two best pitchers in the cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, and the American League made it official Tuesday.
Ford, the canny, left-handed curve-baller of the
Yankees' pitching staff, turned in a 2.01 earned run
average that jwascertifled as best in the league, while
the right-handed Turley (compiled the loop's highest per percentage,
centage, percentage, .750, by winning 21 games and losing only
seven. -""! "...
Sidelined with a sore etbow for part of the season,
the 31-year-old Ford stiU managed to fashion a 14-7 rec
ord and lead the league with seven shtuouts. His .667
won-lost percentage was second only to Turley's
,No one could touch Ford in the E.H.A. departmentr
Bouthpaw Billy Pierce of the White Sox m.-ll) was sec sec-end
end sec-end with 2.68; lefthander Jack Harshman of the Orioles
(12-15) third with f 90rrighthander .Frank, tary of the
Tigers n-15) fourth with 2.91. and southpaw Billy O'Dell
ef the Orioles (14-11 V fifth with 2.97.
. urley. who went on to win two World Series games
gainst Milwaukee, was sixth In earned runs with 2.98"

uu ins bix snuiouis oiaced mm ripht behind vnA t-

pressed strong feelings against some aspects of the
plan and said they could not accent the existence of
two wage scales one at U.S. rate and one at local

rate.:, .-:', ,: u -HScfi'
TheT said thU Is a betrayal of the understanding
reached at the time of the Remon-Eisenhower ;
Treaty of 1955 nn which the legislation was based.
T'-ev claimed that it was arreed at that time that
'l workers on the Canal Zone would be paid at
U.S. rates. .,.'
Th trial continued at UJ3. District Court at' Ancon
in the case of Dreyfus et Cie. a shiDolnar comoany
who are niln the Pans mi Comoany for 5350,000 for
tia ma-res their ship sustained during a night transit
seven veors ago.:
Evidence was givn by the pilot, Capt. Robert O.
Rennie who was in charge of the ship, the Charles
L. D. when it struck the banks of Oaillard Cut. He
said the ship was sluggish and would not steer when
her enpines were stopped. She was towed through bv
a tug: Caotain Rennle said the ship was weaving and
took "a quick dive" into the West Bank.
Expert witnesses disagreed as'to the position which
the towing; tug should have been In. The tug towed
the Charles L. D. -through on a hawser which, the
Panama Canal claimed was the proper position. Ex Expert
pert Expert witnesses for the libellants, however, said the
tug should have been at the bow of the ship.
For the 15th year In succession, the U.S. Ah Force
made hundreds of orphans and: hospitalized children
haDDv in David bv sending ud a coude of cargo

planes loaded with toya and gifts. The gifts had been

coueotea oy Boy scouts on AiorooK Air orce ease;,
and were renovated and painted by the air base, lire
department crews.- iM'-'
Ornhans from homes In Panama and CoWriSwere

Invited into the Canal Zone In programs on both sides

ns category. Jauilet Bob was the Ieamie' n! 9n.,m. j i v.

dinner and vrnntA I ; vTiw ib is-"-" ui Uie WWimus nu u?ku w b"s aim vnjfmco. vy
winner ana, ne would up in a tie With Pierce and Lin h.iw., on. ri. i.fr ,dm mnvto Mrtm :

t,nrnin the rudder harply towards an Intensifica Intensification
tion Intensification of the cold war."
- It addof that 'The Berlin question Is merely
thinly eiled pretext, for such a turn.
"The Soviet proposals with regard to Berlin are
aimed at tfoing away with the danger of a hotbed of
ar in the -center of Europe,'? Jzvestla said, "Fully
realizing how" unfounded and unstable are their posi positions
tions positions In this question, Western powers, like despe desperate
rate desperate gamblers, are prepared to stake everything on
Berlin.
Meanwhile Western observers in Berlin believed
that Russia intends to test the West nerves to the
limit !n her efforts to wrest Berlin from the Western
orbit
The observers said Soviets may be bluffing in their
war of nerves against the position of the Western,
allies In isolated West Berlin-- but if they are, they
: apparently intend to see how far they can go before
;the bluff is called.
" Two British airmen were- killed and a third was
Wounded today when a pressure mine planted In the
road leading to an Air Force outpost in northeastern
' Cyprus wrecked the truck in which they were travel traveling.
ing. traveling. They were the first Britons killed on this blood blood-soaked
soaked blood-soaked Mediterranean island since the Greek EOKA
underground threatened four days ago to kill English
soldlcrs and civilians if Gov. Sir Hugh Foot tried to
carry cut Britain's 'partneTshjp!, plan for, the ad ad-;
; ad-; ministration of Cyprus.-. "V,'. H rt: ,Js.

'Ja win cKed' -Roman mtsatle fired '1w Me Wsh of a

button ,1500 miles away Intercented a;pIlotiess Jet
aircraft yesterday at a speed of 2000 rmle per; hour.
9b;iMrF-'s4'4tharesu target; plane -would

have been knocked Jrom the sky naa .tne-eomarc car-

for tne most compil e eames Kach mtohA io

t The Boston Red Sox, long known as one of the most
reluctant traders of the American League, completed
their third trade in less than two weeks when thev dealt
pare shortstoo Billy Klaus to he Baltimore Orioles in
return for-outfielder Jim Busby Monday night.
.The straight nlayer trade brought the Pitcher-starved
Red Sox their fifth outfielder to battle for. the renter
field soot left vacant Dec. 2 when the outspoken Jimmy
Piersall was traded to the Cleveland Indians. -.
In return for Piersall Boston acquired veteran
first baseman VlcWerti and rookie outflelder.Cary
,JGeler,,Ja.ftother.lDee.'t transaction, (he Red Sox;..
traded spare catcher tw Berberet to the Detroit
'I'm i i ,'fi.'-.1
BUNDAYi DECEMBER 21, im

ried Itve -warhead,-A Jive Bomare hai'cnly $o pass
fieartt'nrey--fofci8ijiceM
' SYench electors will name Premier Charles dc Gaul Gaulle
le Gaulle to a seven-year term as resident tomorrow, making

hlrff th' most powerful rrencn cnier oi state since

Tigers for rlghthanded pitcher Herb Moford. :
Along with Busby and Geiger, the other Red Sox:
junior field nsnirBnts-will be Gene Steohtns. Msrtv

vAnnh ami Rill Ponna TeA Williflm nf ennreo' will Nnnoleon' lIT.

be in left, while American League MVP Jackie Jensen The college? of 81,508 "grand electors" will cast bal bal-will
will bal-will patrol right field : Ms M town: halls throughout France, its territories
Louisiana Sate Paul F, Dietzel has been named and the new Trench community of nation's.
"Coach of the Year" by the football Writers' Assocja- 1 j 0----; . ;
tion of America. ? '-? v Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell believes 1959
Dietzel brought LSU along from a 8-5 season, in 1957 will be a "very favorable-year for the workingman."
to a perfect 10-game 1958 season along with a Southeast; 4 Mitchell predicted cftntinueoT Wgh eatnlngs and a
' Conference Championship, a Sugar Bowl bertb and No. stable prict level durlnjr the riextl12 rtonths. Hfemade
1 national ranking. '.' i ; the comments on a radio program last night.

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