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. Letthe people know the truth and the country it safe" "Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, E P MONDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1958
GERMAN COMMUNISTS BOAST
m )' mi .i in rfc
.Even Arperrcan Bayonets :
Can't Saye;;West 1 Berlin'
-V; BERLIN,"' Dec. 22 f(UPI)East German Communist
leaders boasted at the weekend that nothing; not even
"American bayonets," can save West Berlin.;
' i ast". Berlir) Communist Party chief Hans Kiefert and
' Deputy "' Mayor Waidemar Schmidtcontinued the Com Com-"inunist
"inunist Com-"inunist campaign to 4ust the West from 'Berlin, in state statements
ments statements again raisjng the threat of aiockade, and denying
that the United States, Britain and France couid smash
uch'a'biockade of the city, r
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Ib a broadcast over the East
German raaio, Bcnmiov on
West Berliners would discover
nS truth- about the Soviet
Serlln Endv turn It into a iree
.-On" that -matter;' he said,
-neither American bayonete i nor
the lyinpt apostle (West Berlin
mayor Willy) Brandt can change
anything ; j
Kiefert, 'ina .statement to
Communist Party Jiau
nredlrted the Soviet- proposals
for West Berlin will be carried
cut becaus the East is stronger
than the West. 1
Xh' American .occupation ,:
power will not be able to de deploy
ploy deploy its NATOv cannon to force
m wav throueh the German
Andorra" republic to Berjin,
- Kletert sild the Soviet plan
would end NATO influence in
West Berlin. brln "peaceful and
democratic conditions to the
Western .sectors of the city and
d the power of militarists and
The Communist Party nfcws-1
paper Neue Deuiscnianu
centrated on Gen. Henry I.
Hodes. the U.S Arm? command,
er in Europe who recently warn-
d that the American atricm rn
Berlin would be protected At an
"The newspaper accused Hodee
of ("blowing on the war trttai-
pet and advised him to cool
off by "playing ,With tin sol soldiers
diers soldiers in a sand box.,K
Meanwhile Communist Ch
gave full support to Russia's
"just" aemands on west Benin.
-"Berlln '.must: be" returned to
the German people," the Pelp Pelp-ing
ing Pelp-ing government, said 4n a'state a'state-menf
menf a'state-menf broadcast by Us radio. -'
It hailed Soviet demands' for
. ousting the Western Allies and
- turning West Berlin inte a de demilitarized
militarized demilitarized free gone as a
"just'V measure in Conformity
with the unanimous desire of
all the German people and in
the interests of world peace."
Mrs. M. Monloya
Of Alhrook AFB
Dies At Goraas
Mrs. Dorothy Montoya, wife
of Mai. Eduardo M. .Montoya,
administrative officer a n d
squadron commander of tne
.i '..'. tAtin America at-AI-
brook 'Air Force Base died
Gorgas Hospital yeswru, i i-ternoon.
ternoon. i-ternoon. ,v M'
Mrs. Montoyt vho was 33 and
tiad three sons)"; collapsed dur during
ing during a noon churqh service at
Alhrnnlr Air Force Base. She
was taken to the dispensary on
j. ,1.... itiilcWtr t.mtwfpr-
j rinriffts Hosnital where
doctors immediately resorted to
surgery and massaged ner nert,
k4A ha avail 11
A ; Hosary'. service will be held
at Albrook Chapel tonighr and
a mass will be held tomorrow
morning in the chapel at 6.30.
The body is being flown to the
States for bunai at ougnseep
l sie, New York. .
E. V, Hafchcfl
Of Tct Irerj Wii
At the regular monthly meet
ing of the Canal Zone Central
La b o r Tin ion-Metal Trades
Council (AFL-CIOX, held yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, E. W,Hatchett was again
chosen president. He Is a mem
ber of the Teachers union.
Other officers elected ? were:
1st vice president,.Ej:S: Womble;
2nd vice Dresident.. H" Pfau:
legislative attesnste', Samuel Roe,
Jr.; wage 'and tttlevance mem
ber. Samuel j. Garrielt 1st alter
nate. a Young 2nd alternate;
R. c. casanove secretary, H.
Elliott treasurer, W. M. 0. Fis Fischer;
cher; Fischer; sergeant at, arms, G E.
Mitchell; ,nd 'trustees, Mrs.
Fuller," J.' J. Belcourt and A. J.
The following apnolntive off ic
es were filled : industrial train'
Inp board, -labor member, F. A,
Anderson armed 'forces 'com
mittee Armv, 'John H. Stuewe,
Navy.fT. P. McGann and Air
Force, R, jj, Mecaskey,
Present at the meeting were
several off-lsthmuj guests,, all
former members of Canal Zone
labors organizations and active in
-the CLtr-MTC. They were H. A.
McCenaughey, William Hamburg
and W M. Price ? v
At the conclusion of elections
the meeting was recessed until
8:30 a.m; Sunday, Dec. 28, At
that! time: the regular order of
business will be resumed. The
plafie of meeting" will be the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Training Center, Balboa
Heights., tr, t
" Anyone here seen Atlas?
' We're having some delays
getting the satellite's schedule
maybe the airline strikes are
affecting it so if any readers
think they see Atlas in orbit
over the Isthmus ? tonight of
tomorrow night, call the Eng English
lish English section, Panama Ameri-
1 can, phone Panama Panama 8-,
0740 to tell us what yon saw,
. and when and where and what
you were doing there and how
soon afte the office party.
Burglar Says He
I House Too Many
A man who claims that he Is
alwavs drunk when he goes on
S Srf sprees has apologized
to police for pointing out sne
house too many when he was
admitting to the houses hehad
burglarized in Ancon.
Today, the Acting District At Attorney,
torney, Attorney, J. Morton Thomson, ask asked
ed asked at Balboa Magistrate' Court
that the -burglary charge con concerning
cerning concerning the extra house be dis dismissed.
. mvio nun ia iseraim uuutow.
29rPanamanianr who la now in
b.iiM. tail avaitimr trial by
District Court on two burglary
charges instead or inree.
pom wA.n phareed with burglar
izing No. 0311X, Ancon ,-because
he had. pointed out this house
-art-ten . jlVALA showing them
which Rouses he naa gono mw-
-He tiao aiso- given ucouip ucouip-tion
tion ucouip-tion of some property stolen
from the house. Later, when
he hadsobered HP some- more,
he said he Tiad maoe a mis mistake,
take, mistake, however, and the charge
was withdrawn through, lack of
Atathe same time hearing at
Balboa Magistrate's Court to today,
day, today, a charge of burglarizing
the house was 'preferred against
Stevet Augustus Williams,., 26,
Panamanian, of Tivoli diamond-
Ting theft notoriety, who Is now
awaiting trial on tnree- our our-glary
glary our-glary charges and one charge
of returning to the Canal Zone
:'t WASHINGTON; Dec. 22 (UPI) The giant Atlas
missile, already performing a brilliant communications job
as a satellite, appeared likely today to become the U.S.
vehicle to put a man into space.
The success of the Atlas satellite, launched into or
bit Thursday night, in transmitting and relaying mes messages
sages messages from the earth apparently exceeded the fondest
hope f military scientists.
It received seven copies of President Eisenhower's
Christmcs messap at the same time yesterday from
ground radio stations and successfully beamed them back
, Filberto Mirahdft, 35, Panama
tiian, was fined $100 by Judge
John E. Demmg at Balboa Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court todav for drunk
en driving oaGalllard Highway, dameg to defendant's car,
-it -f i
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t V 4
The seven teletypewriter sig signals
nals signals were transmitted from the
station at Ft. Stewart, Ga. The;
Defense Department said thej
station received excellent tele teletype
type teletype copy .back from the four four-ton
ton four-ton satellite,
, The experiment was repeated,
with variations, by other sta stations
tions stations at Corona, Calif., Fort Sam
Houston, Tex., and Ft. Huachu-ca,-Ari.
Messages, were fed into
th untPllitP'. reenrripr urtd then
broadcast back n a "triggering"! electronic brain today totrack
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Dec Dec-22
22 Dec-22 (UPD Air Force missilemeU"
worked with the aid of a bic
Alfred Jenkins Covington, 2
American, was fined $10 by
Judge John E. Deming at Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for fol.
lowing another vehicle too close closely.
ly. closely. The court was told that Cov
lngton's car struck the rear of
another car on Thatcher High Highway.
way. Highway. namaee to the other car was
slight but there was considerable
TEARS OF JOY were the reaction Santa fallas Walt Watson) received from this overwhelmed
little "miss three-vear-old Linda, Blackmon, daughter of Navy Yeoman 1st Class and Mrs, Don i
BtaekimTffintttoled suit paid a visit to Rpdman Naval Station last week.,
DonSlHivey, thryeaWd son of Navy LtCol and
He was eating it up. H NaT f hot by PHI Walt Scott)
American C. H. Lhter Says
Hi Stole Cocoli WW TV
1 l 5
vf k f I 1
. .1.0,1 ipsirtent of Pan-
ama City has admitted to Balboa-
police that he stole a tele television
vision television set from the Veterans of
Foreign wars Club at Cocoll.
Tne man ,v"" ,A
i- At ,vm i unemnloved, said
'"'.::,'", ; u ft and -get
some money for his famUy at
Vie' will spend, his
Christmas In jail. When he ap-
..!. hofrvra .mace jonu
Deming at Balboa Magistrate's
Court today cnargea wu
larceny, be; waived preliminary
hearing and the Judge ordered
him held for trial at U.S. Dis District
trict District Court at Ancon under bail
of $500. j'.'
vimm is aireaav uu vivwa-
tlon irom the District Court for
several' charges of .forgeryy
which also concerned the fVFW
ik af rnnnii. He is believed to
have a family-in the United
State but at present is -living
in Panama City with ,a woman
By '- wiwiu v v. -
The television set was f epott-
e"d stolen from the clufr some-
'kA ... . .. MA. .4 Wt'AM ClflAAII I
lime -iiif i .. u w'"j w'"j-TMtiir
TMtiir w'"j-TMtiir tnii susnected becauivhe
pad been seen in the television
Upstairs At Court
room after the programs for the
night Shad finished.
Balboa detective traced his
Panama address and asked him
to come to Balboa ponce sta station,
tion, station, which he. did. Upon being
Questioned, he admitted rasing
Lester used to be a civilian
employe of the U.S. Navy, when
he lived at Cocoll.
The unusual decision of pro
bation for 24 hours was meted
out by Judge John E. Deming
at Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today on a young Panamanian
student who was found loiter loitering
ing loitering on the second floor of the
U.S. District Court building at
Ancon on Sunday afternoon.
Get One, Extra
v Todav is the last day of classes
in ail Panama public schools until
the first Monday of the new year;'
Tomorrow had beert originally
scheduled as the last day of clas
ses, but it was; changed last week
by the Education Ministry, to give
students and teachers who have to
travel long distances to their
homes, enough time to get there
& one Panam a City1 students
and teachers have their homes in
the Interior, While others, like those
uuaylng at uivua at San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, have their homes in Panama
and other provinces.
Th Defense Denartmenf iaid
r that the experiment was f'af
other of the various types or
communications tests Intended
to be conducted" during the
expected 20-day life of the ar ar-ticlaJ
ticlaJ ar-ticlaJ moon,
Th Ft. Stewart station "trlg-
-ered the satellite transmitter
and received excellent teletype
copv ss lohg as th atellite re remained
mained remained in range," the depart department,
ment, department, said. -v
A Pentagon statement said the
exneriment was "the first suc
cessful multichannel teletype
transmission bv the delayed re
neater technique on a ground-satollite-ground
TheDefense Deosrtmfent said
the magnetic tape in the satel satel-Ilet
Ilet satel-Ilet wa, first cleared bt the Ft.
Stewart station which then
transmitted the seven cpples of
President Eisenhower V "peace
on earth" messaee "by : multi multiplexing
plexing multiplexing techniques" for, storage
in the satellite.
"This Is the maximum teletype-writer
traffic load cited
for this experiment," the de department
partment department said.
The experiment took place
durinpr the satellite'., 40th pass
over the United States since it
was 'launched by the Air Force
from Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
The boy. Herman Deleado. 18.
told the Judge that he had
merely been sitting on the bal
cony studying his schoolwork,
since were it was quiet, peace'
f uL i cool and conducive to
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Alleged RP Traffic
In Drugs. Weapons
BOGOTA Dec. 22 (UPI) A
vast arms and drug contraband
ring is being investigated, by Co
lombian tutnorines rouowing i
tharae that the Panamanian is
land of Rosario is the center of
contraband operations by the.
According to first reports, the
contraband runners use the port of
Buenaventura ?and several Colom Colombia
bia Colombia airfields to bring in drugs and
The weapons and drugs are sold
In northern and central areas of
Colombia, .near the Venezuelan
border, which are still hotbeds of
violence in the wake of recent civil
debut f Tnewsupa.aijlsU;
The rocket engines of the -,
towering Titan missile roared
to life Saturday,
. But a malfunction occurred, occurred,-,
, occurred,-, and the big computer auto-;
matically kept the missile an anchored
chored anchored to lis launching pad,
shut off the power and
?umped in water to put out 1
he rocket's .flames.
The brain, contained In a box
the size of a piano and called
an automatic sequencer, also
turned out a mass of extreme-
ly complex data that will en
able technicians to find the
source of trouble and make re repairs.
pairs. repairs. ,. ;4
The Alr V Ftwrce praised the
new system, which worked per perfectly.
fectly. perfectly. V
it was described as a' mors
advanced form of the cutoff
system which has been used, at
least once In the Vanguard pro 1
gram ana prooaoiy with other
rockets that failed to perform
The Titan system begins op
erating earlier in the count 1
down phases and monitors go-1
lngs-on inside the rocket for
longer period before the final.
firing button is pushed.
It is designed to quickly
spot and trouble and to keep .,
a, defective launching from
destroying the costly missile
and its equipment.
The Air Force had planned to
make a 200-mile initial test of
the Titan, a 80-foot intercontl- -nental
missile that is lighter
but more powerful than the Atlas.
52 To Sail Aboard
Ancon' Xmai Eve
Fifty-two passengers, are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to sail from Cristobal far New
York Christmas eve aboard the
Panama liner Ancon according to
the advance passenger list.
Three passenger, all Canal am
ployes, are booked for Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. They are Milford K.
Bailey, George G. Graffman, and
Harry Westerberg. ' t
fit Pitf "G TOttCKES to holiday decorations on tht lawn of the Governor's House are applied
oy Mrs. wiinam a. potter, wue or me uanai ione uovernor. ineir ,jawn nas. one oi irae ouv
; ; 1 standing displays which have lent color and atmosphere to holiday festivities on the Isthmus. .IU
f rains, Buses, Airlines Swamped By Strike-Diverted Holiday Passengers
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i CHICAGO, Dec. 22 UPIV
Trains, buses and operating air airlines
lines airlines scheduled extra runs today
fo help alleviate the-' holiday
traffic crush caused by strikes
against Amerlca.i and Eastern
Airlines." 1 r
. Hopes were dim for early
settlement of 'either walkout.
' About 1500 pilots walked out
against American at midnight
Friday. V i
" Eastern Airlines has been
grounded since Nov.- 24 by
strikes of flight engineers and
Most holiday travelers around
the nation were finding alter-
nate accommodations. The Ini
tial weekend traffic snarl .had
The strikes left only; two of
the "BIb Four" airlines still op
erating. However, scneauiea ana
nonscheduiea air .carriers add
ed flight to help carry passen passengers
gers passengers stranded by the, strike a
gainst American. 1 n ;
x An American Airlines spokes spokesman
man spokesman In Chicago said there,,
was "remarkable" cooperation
among carriers In reassigning
passengers with reservations
on American Airlines" flights.
He said about 90 percent of
the passengers booked on A-
American had obtained seats
on alternate flights through1
Saturday night. ?
'Thousands of would-be airline
buses or automobiles. Kail and
bus lines reported business was
Dooming. Borne rauroaas- press pressed
ed pressed all available 'equipment into
service and still could not cope
with the demand. vr; v? :.:!
The' American .Airlines pilots
went on. strike at n:sa pjn
Friday in ; the 77 cities in- 26
states and Mexico and .Canada
served by the airline. r i;
American sent letters to Its
20,000 other employes yeBter
day telling them they would
be kept on full salary over the
Christmas and New Year hol holidays
idays holidays despite the strike.
The firm said; the employes
will be placed on "emergency
leave" without pay after Jan. 4,
if the strike Is not settled ; by
then.' 'fa -;V X'.:hU ':fifa t-:
:; If It Is necessary w lay off
the, workers after, the; holidays,
the 'letter added, the company
will continue the employe group
insurance plan, for up to 90 days
and will give furloughed work
ers jfull credit; toward seniority.
sick leave ano vacawons. f ;
No date has been set ,f or re
sumption of negotiations be between
tween between the airline and the Air
lines Pilots Association (ALPA),
which represents the striking pi
lots. ; ., v.-: ),
The ALPA said th dlsput
centered on rules and working
conditions. The company charg-'
ed that! the pilots' union had
made renewed demands Just be
fore the strike deadline when
an agreement appeared, lmml-,
nent 'JCe- ,r
, American Airlines spokesmen
estimated the strike is costing
the line mora than $850,000
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The Mail Bet it a spsn forum tor readers of The Panama Amsritsn.
Letters are received frarefully and are handled in wholly confidential
M contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doenn't appear the
Best Letters r piiMirhed in the order received.
Ptes try to keep the lerrcM limited ts one pane length.
Identity of letter writers i held in rtrfctest confidence.
This newspaper aume ne reipentibilitv for statement or opinions
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. THE MAIL BOX
Thr tirnhahlv is a s-ood Answer In this Question. The Pan
" .ima Canal Company seems to have answers tor everything, but
'.: J. haven't neard this one yet? can someone cut me in?
'.- Why can't the Canal Zone postal department provide the
' old-fashioned but efficient mailman to deliver from house to
'---house? He sure won't have to brave the sleet and snow and
what have you.
Doesn't it seem a bit ridiculous that all Zone residents, as
far as I know, have to make a trip to the nearest post office just
to pick up their mail? Unless you live next door to the post of office
fice office this Is a real inconvenience for most of us.
It's the same on the military reservations too. There it's
even worse because we gals who scrub floors and herd the kid kiddies
dies kiddies in practical clothes for housework aren't allowed to leave
,the front vard lookins like that. As a result we either have to
change to lespectable clothing or nan our husbands to pick up
People living in Cocoli have to go all the way into Rodman
to get their mall. And they have to pay for the privilege of hav having
ing having a post office box. too.
In the States nobody pays, directly, at least, to have mail
delivered regularly right to the front door. I thought the price
of 'po-tage stamps helped pay for this service. Postage costs the
same here as in the States, but we still have to expend either
gas or shoe leather to get the mail.
If there's a eood reason for not having mall delivered
homes here, I'd like to know what it is.
Postal Peeved And Pooped
ONLY AMERICANS AND NORWEGIANS WORRY
In a Gallup poll I saw recently in a States paper it was said
that in a poll of 13 major cities of the world it was found that
concern about keeping the peace centers largely, in the United
Tvpie&l citizen in these sample cities were asked:
"What do you think is the most important problem facing
your country today?"
In the three American cities New York, Chicago, San
Francisco keeping" peace was the chief worry.
But in only one other place the city of Oslo. Norway.
did Veeolng the peace rank as the number one problem.
Even 'n Norway, It did not have the preponderance it has
la the United states.
In all other cities, national problems were uppermost.
Unemployment was tops in Finland (the whole country)
and in Toronto, Stockholm and Vienna.
Other places polled included New Delhi, Athens, West Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, the Netherlands (whole country), Copenhagen and Johan Johannesburg,
nesburg, Johannesburg, v-
Would other correspondents care to say why they think oth
er countries are less interested in keeping the peace?
v. What do local people think is the chief problem on the
Why did people in so many eenters consider local problems
ItovHi hive "loin Ideas, but no ftrimtv
. .,'". Seeking Data
Ai-cordint to recent published reports In Spanish language
newspapers, the Social Security organization of the Republic of
Panama, plans to start buildine its own hospital early next year.
- When the project becomes a reality, additional benefits
will be derived bv subscribers, and general roanseer Alejandro
de la Ouardia and other officials responsible for the plan must
ni. However, the Social Recurltv setup has one glaring defect
v -tha eem'nly nassed unnoticed bv the persons in charge.
i''r THJ lO Jl' LIIU, 1111- ffltU "I UUVt"' r...
femedipt nrvlvorg of p subscriber (wife, children) receive no
rfcenem ter the breadwinner dies?
Should not some provMon be made for the wife of a man.
VL y?rio d'es say at off years old, with hll wife more or less the
Iv wttm -Roe? ,.. -f
p And what afcout a man dvlngnd leavinsr children 18 year
5, SUM and under? .ShoiiV not the mother and kids havesome kind
H fjn)irt'rjan, from the ort?aniztion until the spouse: remar-
jpf "tjjes '.pd the PhiWren rsrh mstnrity or begin to work? :
.These are somp mints that the directors should ponder and
V -discuss at an early date.
With the advent of the dry season, once araln mosouitoes
have beti'n to bP'om more numerous In the suburban areas of
ParisTP Citv and I wodr If the Public Health Department is
reall win" to rto somethlne about it, thl vear.
It's bH lr Pan Frsncico de la Caieta. Rio Abalo pnd Pue Pue-Hlo
Hlo Pue-Hlo Nu'vo v-i'it In the Jun Dia area, esnecially at the race
track, it certaln'v Is terrible. Shorts before ix o'clock they
gtrt to come out and thev are ss bie as cockroaches, with a
hte t,bt feels s- if it could be lethal. I am sure that ten or 12
of them cpu'd lift a crown man or a horse and carrv him away.
Anyone having the good fortune (or maybe I should say mis misfortune)
fortune) misfortune) of havinsr to wsit until after the last race to cash a
wlnnin" ticket Is sure to be met by a swarm of the pesky insects
while leaving the racetrack's premises.
It wou'd he most gratlfv'n? to many If the Public Health
Department of psnarrs would start their usual dry season DDT
spraying earlier this time.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Why are chickens, and pll poultry products such as eggs,
etc.. flamed expensive 1" Panama?
V 'eoe ten me it's hard to grow healthv chickens here, and
fhPt'S' what keeps the price un. I'll admit that it's pretty hard
ttVeen anything that's alive hes'thy here, but are chickens so
delics-te that they can't he cured?
I come from one of the beet chlcken'-nluckin' areas in the
ftates. .nd thev sav chicken nrice get hieher in the winter be because
cause because it's too roM for the birds to be in an egg-lavln mood, be because
cause because they can't run loose and feeding; costs more, and because
the 'te summer fryers are beyond the age limit.
Now It sure doesn't eet too mid for anv birds in Panama.
.But they tl'l haven't convinced the hens that they should lay
eggs ieVer tn resnectan'e pecans.
. I say, let's eet these Panamanian chicken growers to pro produce
duce produce bigger and better birds, with eggs to match.
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NEW ORLEANS JAZZ WAS WELCOME
Two things about Caribbean Forces Network have had my
k criticism excess corn and the lack of education of several
So to t-e fair, I should put it in writing that I like many of
the programs, particularly those on CFN-Radio.
One night over the weekend there was a marvelous local local-choice
choice local-choice program of New Orleans Jazz pickings from all the
neat names. The selection showed taste. The presentation was
fast and pithy, no gargling or chitter chat. It was a welcome
break from the waterfall of carols at this season.
' The idea of giving a Spanish word each day on the Yawn
Patrol is ancther good gimmick, its a painless bit of education
that' fuits the radio medium.
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By ROBERT C. RUARK
I jusl crawled out of the sack,
aou, mail. 1 teel like a co;t
don't cae if they do accuse me
01 going aver to toe Russia 'way
01 jiiDKaig, you should have seen
uie cook's expresJon when 1 pinch
ed he:. ..
1 uon't need no Ponce de Leon
to fina a ounUL. 01 youth, be
cause the Russians done lound 11
for me. Bed. Just plain old pad.
our ried brethren' have just up up-rooed
rooed up-rooed another theory, which is
that being bedriddei (Whoever got
nddea by a bed? At least they
could learn grammar!) makes one
weak. According to the Moscow
Method, being bea-rioden makes
one strong and full of cook-pinch-ing
11 says in some bulletin from
the land of ballei and bolshevism
that a Prof, named Braines, out
of Moscow by way of the Siberian
Three-Eye League, claims all you
need to live rambunctiously to a
ripe old et cetera is sleep.
No moot of that early to bed
and early to rise bit. Just sack
in, Tike a bear, and don't de-hibernate
until the cops come. Then got
up and slug the cop. At least,
teat 1 how 1 read the bulletin.
Right here, according to Grand
ma, which is what we call the
AP, it says that ol' Doc Braines
experiments with a 15-year-old dog
indicate tnat plenty of sleep may
prevent senility and even restore
vigor, vim and vitality to the old,
1 don't care much for the pointed
finger, but Comrade Fido must
have had me in mind.
It turns out that Doc Braines
put a dog to sleep in 1951, because
the hound in question had shed
his fur, had given up an active in
terest in cats, and had ceased bav
ing at the moon or worrying the
urmture. Tne mutt was 15 years
old when he went into his long
By gollies, after he corked off.
his fur oegan to grow back, after
only three months. (Pardon. One
of my sleeping beauties is clawing
at me aoor. at rignt back.)
He snoozed away until recent-
i, doubtless dreaming of a fas
cinating wench, because the scien
tific report states that even his six
instincts had revived, apart from
the fur he was growing from his
I was goodmg to do a short story
on this long-lived mutt until I read
further. I wu going to say that
he met girl, married girl, rJ
founded a new dynasty, but vou
know the Russians. Point killers.
It turns out that poor old Bonzo,
on his 21st and 1-2 anniversary, got
fatally knawed by a Nepenthe-seek
ing chimpanzee who had been com committed
mitted committed to the clinic by some soli
citous Kremlin apes. There is no
telling howlong that dog might
have lived if they hadn't attempted
No .natter.- I?,itarted off to talk
about me, anyhow, In this' theory,
the Russians are right. I climbed
off an aircraft, t'other day. after
three giddy months abroad, and
picked up this clipping.
"If the AP prints it," I said,
"It must be true. And if it's good
enough for a dog, it's good enough
for dear old Dad." Because sudden suddenly
ly suddenly I remembered ths the animals
I own have done nothing but sleep
apart from eating, for a decent
dozen years. They look fine, and
I look terrible, because I've been
paying the butcher and the land'
lord while they snore.
So I went to bed, shoes and all.
Every time somebody tried o
rouse me to write a piece, I Just
whimpered and turned over
Man, you wouldn't recognize me
today. I was bald as a simile simile-make
make simile-make it egg, and have done, Giles
ugly, weighed only 9T pound1,
mustache moulting., all that jive.
My palsied fingers couldn't even
grasp the gin bottle I always keep
by the bed.
What happens? Two days in the
feathers, and when I bounced out
vibrant, handsome, a mass of
muscle, with a mustache like Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Colonna and the energy of a
srofessiona? ; football player you
couH have heard the cook scream
Russian moral: He who lies down
with dogs makes everybody flee.
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The Washington Merry-Go-Round
WASHINGTON Before, Presl
dent Eisenhower goes into a
press conference, Jim nageny,
his astute public relations advi
ser, spends SO minutes to an
hour briefing him on likely
questions to be asked and how
to answer them.
On the whole, Ike has been
most effective at press conferenc
es. But last week the redoubta
ble Jim either wasn't on the ball,
his boss ignored his coaching.
Result: Ike made no fewer than
four amazing statements which
could not be documented by
fact. They were:
STATEMENT Ne. 1 That
plans for dividing up Berlin were
made at tne Potsdam conference.
From this, Eisenhower drew the
inference that the present isola
tion of Berlin was not his respon
sibility as former-allied comman
FACT John Foster Dulles on
Nov. 26 put Nikita Khrushchev
in his place by reminding him
that Berlin had nothing to do
with the Potsdam conference.
"The rights and status of the
allies in Berlin and the responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities and obligations of the So
viet Union do not in any way
whatsoever derive from the Pots
dam agreements," siad Dulles.
That subject. .was not even
mentioned in the Potsdam agreements."
FURTHER FACT The Isola
uon ot Benin was agreed to in
June 1945,. about one month prior
to the Potsdam conference. Tru
man attended the Potsdam con
lerence, dui &isennower, as su
preme allied commander in Ger
many, was in charge of the ear
lier Berlin conference. He deie deie-gated
gated deie-gated the job to his No. 1 man,
Gen. Lucius Clay, now head of
Clay later wrote: "I think pow
that I was mistaken in not mak making
ing making free access to Berlin a con condition
dition condition of our withdraw into our
STATEMENT Ne. 1-The Pres President
ident President stated there was no known
usefulness for an atom -powered
plane. He discounted reports that
Russia had such a plane.
' zmtlt's made by Zeiss Ikon,
to f.reM rtflw
Panafoto Porras .
thn 5 U May
PANAMA, H P.
By DREW PEARSON
FACT The Air Force has
long had a specific and definite
use for an atom-powered plane
namely, to keep it constantly fly
ing as a patrol missile carrier
ready to attack any enemy that
tirst attacks the United Stated
The value of an atom-powered
plane is exactly that of an atom-
powered submarine. It could tly
almost indefinitely without refuel
ing. Just as the Nautilus is able
to lurk under the polar icecaps
and could bomb Leningrad in
case of a surprise attack, so an
atom-powered plane could fly
constantly over tne borders ot
the free world, loaded with mis
siles to launch in case of an en
Plans for this Plane were niae
ed on the. President's desk last
March, but he vetoed, the. monev
for a crash Program to build it.
STATEMENT Ne. S Presl-
aent aeniea tnat ne had ever
permitted anyone to revile Gen
George C. Marshall, former chief
01 staff, in ms presence. This
was technically true, but he 12
nored some rather important
FACT Speaking in Indianano
us aepi. a, iwz, cisennower ap-,
peareo on tne same platform
witn !en. Wimam Jenner of In
diana. Jenner held Eisenhower's
hand aloft as a referee holds up
uie nana 01 a prize-tignt winner.
Eisenhower remained in that
pose while photographers sanpped
meir pictures. He could have
taken his hand down. Or he could
have declined to appear on the
same platform with Jenner in
the first place. Instead he en
dorsed the entire Indiana ticket,
using the carefully chosen words
"from top to bottom."
Jenner had made a full-dress
speech on the Senate floor Sept
15, 1950, calling Marshall a
"front man for traitors" and
"living He." Because of Congres Congressional
sional Congressional immunity, Marshall could
not sue him for libel. f
Marshall had picked Eisenhow
er to be the supreme comman commander
der commander in Europe, had promoted
him from lieutenant colonel to
lieutenant general in one year,
had worked out the detailed
pians for the invasion of Europe
marsnau was uie man who ac
tually worked out General Persh
ing's strategy In France in
W U 1r v ... ....
worra war 1. He was military
genius. But Pershing and later
Eisenhower got credit for the
execution of his strategy,
FURTHIR FACT Beeasue
there was political reaction to
tne Indianapolis incident, there
was written Jnto Ike's Milwaukee
speech two paragraphs praising
Marshall. Milwaukee was nirVi
because it was the home ; base
of Sen.. Joe' McCarthy, close pal
ot jenner s ana anotner crtue of
However, when McCarthy learn
ea mat the v Milwaukee anecrh
contained praise of Marshall, he
called on Eisenhower at the Pa
re Marquette : Hotel in Peoria,
111., Oct 2, just before the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee speech.; E' senhower i vield
ed to -McCarthy, When he spoke
in Milwaukee Oct. 4, MarihaU s
.M. b... -1.1! . '.'.V
It is quite, true- that .Eisenhow
er never permitted anyone 10 re revile
vile revile Marshall.? in his presence.
but he also never defended s Mar
snau publicly io front of hoe
who .called him a'front man for
traitors- and a "living m.'
STATEMENT No. 4 w The
President said he was not & mad
at Harry Truman.
pact When Eisenhower
cade his first trip te Kansas Ci City
ty City after becoming, President, itu itu-man
man itu-man phoned his; suite at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Muehlbach asking. to call and
pay his respects. Turm an was
told that Eisenhower was too bu busy.
sy. busy. Truman has not been invited
to the White House during the
six years of the Eisenhower ad
According to "all precedent and
protocol, this i not the way one
occupant of the White House
treats an ex occupant of the
White House unless ne is mad.
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thcir year-old romance. A spokes
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MaJ. s Reinholdt Schmidt,, father
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ried married the actress.
i "The. newlywedi had given thei
impression as they flew to Paris
that their wedding still was in the
offing. "American producer Sara
Spiegel, a close : friend had told
newsmen they would be married
before CmTStmaa'V- ;
Mist Bergman .. who i said she
had,. been; shopping- for ''Christmas
resents looked, radiant- and
appy ss the and Schmidt' flew
off to Paris and went, into hiding.
in Roma the: annulment of the
acta-ess' marriage to Italian i pro
ducer Roberto RosselUni which
was granted by a lower court was
under appeal in higher courts.
The state prosecutor appealed the
annulment which i! gave ;;M 1 s s
Bergman custody vof ht three
children she had bj RosselUni.
It-was eight years ago that the
star' startled the world by giving
birth to a son and announcing
RosselUni was the father. She
still was married to Dr. Peter
Lindstrom at the time. Lindstrom,
now an American citizen, has
custody of their teen sge
The romance with .RosselUni
that flowered on the v o 1 c a n i c
Italian island of Stromboli. result
ed in a stormy marriage.
StameatKs Girl Friends Caril Ann
Bei.rFiKtWeek Of Ufe Sentence:
' GOOD SHOOTING -Lt. Col. Benjamin' Taylor, executive officer, 1st Battle Group, .20th
Tf0nt hand nut awards and el handshake to members'" oi C Company, 1st Battle Group,
who'turned in "excellent scoreMuring recent weapon "u;.?
Joseph Grezaffi, commanding pfflcer of 0 Com pany. Otners, im w ngnt, are oV.
ras, Sfc Cornelius Lloyd and Sp.4 William fajen cat., (U.S. Army Photo)
U AW, Harvester
In Strike Talks
CfflCAGO, Dec. 22 (UPIKNe
gotiators for the United Auto.
Workers (AFL-CIO) and Interna
tional Harvester have called a
two-week holiday in bargaining
The sessions broke off Saturday
night w i t h o u t agreement and
spokesmen said no new negptia
tions are slated before Jan. 6.
More than 40,000 UAW mem
bers at Harvester plants around
th natron nave been on strike
since Nov. 13.
UAW vice-president Pat Great-
house said Saturday night's talks
J J 'ill T L r i r
enaea witn a. jtiarveer, rrosax pi
a union offer.
BANANAS FOR SAL IS
WARSAW fUPD-Local tilt
stands, yesterday displayed the
first bananas to go on public sale
m Poland mnoe World War n. The
bananas, purchased in Venezuela
were selling at 84 cents a pound
while they lasted.
DAUGHTER AND DAD Pert and pretty .Martha Jones
presents a 1959 Girl Scout calendar to the commanding of officer
ficer officer of the. 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Col. Ralph A.
Jones Jr. -i also known to Martha as Dad, A, member of
Fort Kobbe Girl Scout Troop 21, she is one of the many
Scouts distributing calendars thia month. (U.S. Army Photo)
FBI ; Director Blames Apathy
For Attacks On Law Enforcers
LINCOLN. Neb.," Dee. 22(UPI)
Caril Ann Fugate began the
first week of ner lifetime prison
Caril. the 15-year-old girL friend
and companion of. wanton slayer
Charles Starkweather appeared
Saturday before District Judge
Harry Spencer to hear her sent
Before the sentencing, Judge
Spencer asked her if he knew
of any reason why judgment
should not be Passed.
"Yes," Cam. said. "I am not
NO legal reason nas Deen giv
en," spencer answered as ne ov
erruled Caril' s motion for a new
trial and formally confirmed the
life 'sentenced specified by her
trial iury Nov. 21.
The convicted bobbysoxer, who
stands barely five feet tall, was
taKen to me womeen s sxaie re reformatory,
formatory, reformatory, where she will serve
Caril was convicted of aiding
Starkweather in the brutal slay
ing of Robert Jensen, 17, Bennet,
WASHINGTON fUPI) FBI
Director J. Edgar Hoover charg charged
ed charged yesterday public apathy en encouraged
couraged encouraged "'dupes and sympathiz sympathizers"
ers" sympathizers" of the Communist Party to
attack, the nation's law enforce
Hoover, in a yearend report -to
Atty. .Gen. William P. Rogers,
apparently refered to newspaper
and magazine articles critical at
He warned that apathy toward
the threat of Communist subvert
sion continued to grow in 19S8,
Sensing a morev favorable at
mosphere," Hoover said, "the
Communist Party, U.S.A., and its
dupes and sympathizers gained
further courage and became more
vocal in their attacks upon law
enforcement and other professions
which are dedicated to preserv
ing our freedoms."
"Thar Nation" magazine caused
a stir earlier this year when it
mibhshed a lenethy article on the
FBI. But the magazine denied it
was attempting to discredit either
Hoover or the agency he heads.
The entire October issue of
"Rights" magazine, official pub
lication of the Emergency Civil
Liberties Committee, was devoted
to an article critical of the FBI.
Last summer, a charge by
Cleveland industrialist Cyrus J.
Eaton that the FBI used Gestapo
like tactics was branded by Hoov
er as "slanderous . violent and
In his report to Rogers, Hoover
Lsaid formulating positivo pro
grams to Infiltrate mass organi organizations
zations organizations and establishment of a
new Communist youth group were
among the party's "most ambi ambitious"
tious" ambitious" activities during 1958
He said while the Communist
Party claimed to be' legitimate
U. S. political' organization, "its
leadership reins aire firmly held
by rabidly pro-Soviet ielements
Nebraska. Jensen was one -of -11
persons the squat garbageman ad
mitted Killing, xen were siaia our
ing a week of terror through the -Lincoln
area and in Wyoming,
where he and Caril were appro. i -v.,
bended. Starkweather is tbia ex-
ecuted March 27. -- J
Card's attorney, John. McArttur
said he will appeal the girl's. sent-' ''.
ence to the Nebraska Supreme '," f -Court,
with the appeal based on
The chiet error, McArthur said,' '-was
was '-was a $1 bet made by, one juror, t
H. A Walenta, that the girl would .
get the electric chair ;
Walenta admitted he mde,th "-bet,
bet, "-bet, two days before the trial be began
gan began But Spencer ruled that the
wager, while a t'repreheasibls
act," did not influence the- ouW
come of the trial. i
SEOUL (UPD-ROK police re reported
ported reported yesterday North Korea as
released 22 of 42 South Korean
fishermen whom this Communists
captured Dec. 6 aboard seven
fishing boats in the Japan Sea.
Redd Our Classifieds
remains the overthrow and de
struction of our government by
force and violence."
Hoover also said 19S8 war
marked by an increase in crime,
especialy against banking institu
He said federal bank robberies,
burglary and larceny rose more
than 30 per cent over the 491
similar offenses in 1957. A 5 per
cent jump in embezzlements and
other irregularities by bank em employees
ployees employees also was recorded.
MORE DAYS i
Vifh Reds Hearing
TEHERAN, Iran (UPI) The
Iraqi government is worried about
increasing Communist strength
throughout the country, travelers
arriving here reported yesterday.
Some obsevers believe a show showdown
down showdown may come shortly between
the Communists and the govern government
ment government of Iraqi Premier Abdel Ka Ka-rim
rim Ka-rim Kassem, the travelers report reported.
ed. reported. The travelers $ave this picture
of the situation in the oil rich
'Middle East nation:
Commuists are organizing la la-'bar
'bar la-'bar forces of all largeconcerns,
including factories, government
offices and private institutions.-'
The ComjnunisU holdihf
meetings m the eountry and laud-
ing, the advantages of socialism.
' ,i i j-
iney are simultaneously us
I ONLY 2
crying "Anglo-American imperial
ism, exploitation ii
loitation and interference
in mir internal affairs."
The travelers added the Iraqi
government concern was occasion occasioned
ed occasioned by the mounting hostility to
the new regime by its Arab neigh-
and the party's ultimate objective bors, including Egypt and &yna,
rnfLMFR CANCER COMMITTEEMEN HONORED Gov. W. E.- Potter, honorary chairman
f Canalone I Cancer committee, is shown as he signed resolutions, of appreciation which
of tne tanai oV""li ,' tfe m.mhiM. Th resolution expressed the
SJXrtfZ alth ul srv cand ezrelsWttW of
S?JL?l2a5.tatih'--.M shown nankin the Governor in the. above pictursOn
SsTtoSTopl Leonard FV Witeon'' of Fort Cie yton, wlio served on the Service subcommittee;
&L..fLemort left I is Richard KErbe,' member of the Panama CanaliConipany? Exectt-
vpmitivft chairman of tne comnuee. ugoKuig un wwar
Sht :iseraiiri;rt.tii. Cristobal Magistrate's court and Erbe's successor asext asext-cutivo
cutivo asext-cutivo chairman. . ,":'1.7 '' ' 5":.:
- Four -recipients were not present for the ceremony. No longer on the Isthmus are: Col.
1 i-hftriM o rucr former Canal Zone Health Director and chairman of the cdmmitteepCol.
$hZ?n v"lormeY director of Gorgas Hospital; and Col. Hamilton Webb of the Air Force.
''TMrSWKMTO Guthrie F. Crowe of the VS. District Court taBalboa. v
9 Killed As Aulo
Crashes Into Car
01 Olf-Duly Cop
, BELLE GLADE Fla. (UPD (UPD-Kine
Kine (UPD-Kine persons were killed early
yesterday when a carload of
Puerto Riean laborers spun out of
. knntVni nH prsshed. into, a car
1 driven by and off-duty policeman
The 'highway patrol said officer
BenfMcCoy, 48, of Belle Glade,
Fla.,' died almost instantly. He
was travehng alone.
The other car contained nine
Tiirt Rlcana who worked as.ml-
1 grant i. farm laborers and at a.
nearby sugar mm. am aieu imui
' immediately, two died later in a
; hospital and the ninth was report"
' ed in seriou condition with possi possi-f
f possi-f ble internaliniuries- v-f
Patrolman R.' G. 1 Russell said
' the Puerto Ricans were going
i north on State Road 715 at a high
) rate of speed, 85 or 9S miles an
hour, when their car tanie to a
curve at the northwest city limits.
,fr-.The vehicle veered across the
tiad, flipped : overf then skidded
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.battle group in this effort. Shown on the left are Lt. Col. B. G. Taylor, battle group executive
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HIGH FIRING SCORES Nineteen members of the 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, were recently'
Lt. Col. Wendell P. Knowles, battalion commander, for their high scores during r'ecent firing practice
took place at battalion headquarters at Fort Clayton, home of the 4th Gun Battalion.
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are some' of the key NCO's and
at Christmas programs all over
enlisted members of c Company,
On display for the
the Atlantis Side," Including the
1st Bat tie Group, 20th Infantry,
Led by MSgt. John Vasilake, c Company first sergeant a
The totals made Q Company the outstanding iuniVwithin the
officer,- who congratualted the men at' a recent formation
presented cigarette lighters by
at Empire Range. The ceremony
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'Plot To Kill
Stalin Voted Best
By Look Magazine
NEW YORK (UPI) t;A tele tele-vision
vision tele-vision program that aroused (the
wrath of the Kremlin
- ... kj iiomcu
trie nest nrnmnfip ehmtr nt inco
- 1 uuvu wi xotjy
ounaay in tne annual Look Mag
azine iv awaras. x
The nrneram "Tha tw i'irjii
Stalin," RDneared on CRS.TVc
i n .... ... hi l lu mil
riaynouser 80. It caused official
Russian protests to this country.
PlavhnucA on If coif 'mo .j
the best dramatic series for the
inira consecutive year in voting
uy oqo newspaper xv critics and
Two other nroerams wnn n
awards each. NBC-TV'g "The
Steve Allen Rhnw"
best variety series an4 vest nov-
euy series ot me year. "An Eve Evening
ning Evening With Fred astaire,' -. also
NBC, was 'named the nest musi musical
cal musical show and best special pro program
gram program of the season.
vinuious. ivbj, was cnosen
for the sixth nnnxepntiua vun
the best educational series.
first time in
A SCENE OF THE NATpiTX showing Maryi Joseph", David and the Holy Child, Jwu'sl in Mary'i
Arms was erecteoVby the Service Club's Enlisted Men's Council In front of the Service Club
Building at fort Qnhick.- . (US. Army Photof
SATJTA IS ON HAND to listen to John B. McElheny, Lieutenant governor of the Canal Zona
welcome the children of Panama to the Zone dining- Christmas Good Turn Program sponsored
by the canal Zone Boy Scouts, at the Balboa Theatre Saturday. (Official USAF Photo)
HAVANA (UPf) The govern-
mefJt VfistpHavi unflnlinfpfl crnrD
of battlefield promotions for juniotl
oincers as part of its program to
organize au new rnmimt hattaiinn
for.i an' offensive against Fidel
The official Gazette' listed the
Dromotlons of liininr. praila. nffipprt
as wen as ine transfers- ana re
tirements of other nffirp-rt in vi,
rious branches of the service. Oh
servers;, interpreted part of the re
nump as a mncrmintinn nf a
tiuree of the armpil fnrrp fnllnw.
iha the announced gmashine nf n
my oincers' piot against presi president
dent president Pulgencio Batista early this
The new "tariiraV haoHnfi
neing organized are to way an im important
portant important fole in. a forthcoming
arive aemnsr rnn rehpv fnrnat
which are centered in Oriente
RafKra irimmnnprf An : iilnni.
dinarv caliinet cpssinn TnetHaw tn
resume deliberations on new legis
lation io cope witn tne economic
Situation Which hac herOma ernvn.
ly affected by the' rebellion.
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
.Tnhn TVTTT ormoarod of ths rin
r-r'.'"' .i, uic (Tur
dow of his sturlin Ktoh ahnva t
Peters Square at noon yesterday
ana ,iessea servea tnousana pil pilgrims
grims pilgrims 'gathered below.; y ';
SAYS MEETING POSSIBLE
ISTANRTTT Tirrkev fTTPT ii
Turkish Foreign Minister -Fati'n
Zf-lu retiirnflrt frnm Pric Viw air
last nieht and tnlH nraimM a
formal British Turkish Greek
meeting '"certainly. .is possible."
MILAN.. Italv riTPT An
ploding sewer near Europe's talfc
est reinforped concrete building
touched off a icarp In tnU hrntv
industrial city last -night and
jiaiiea wainc lor blocks.
uuivoi erf i I'M
ii in i i
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Vicuna Items Enjoy New Popularity;
Thanks To Generous Goldfine Stories
t NEW' YORK (UPI) Arouad'for aristttias
i Vicuna, the luxury cloth not so
popular in official Washington, is
It . t j., ' 4 -" ii
naving ra Boom, season m'-otner
iitig w vub country.
' "Vinunfl sales am at IpssC three
times what the:, warn last, vear
said Peter F. T.vnnh rtrestrlent nt
a. buiKa ana (jo., a custom ha
nurnBcnarv Attain ...
The soft fabric, which Is made
from the wool nf irnat.lilrn Smith
American animal, was relatively
unKnown until jasi sprmg wnen
a man named uowtine was re
nnrteri tn have cifted inma nritnv.
Inent Washington nnlitlral fitnire
wim me cioin.
"We've heprt parrvlntf vliinn
' ' J W-'
Frir ilmmt a Henaiie tiA T.tmnh
"But we've never seen such in-i
te'est m it as there is this year.'
Lynch said Christmas j -buyers
cleaned out early stocks and the
enmnanv hart tn re.hnv "We've
sold 15 lounging robes at $750
eacn. and several smoking Jack Jackets
ets Jackets at $3500," he said. "We've had
orders from ralr ratalnp fnr
vicuna cardigans, sight unseen.'
OorrllOona nta -ot. nr. 1 Kn
vicuna items include mufflers
($30) and dickies f $18. 501 which
look like turtleneck sweaters
when worn under sports jackets.
Our TfltA rhrkfm-a finnnlnty
habits nav off for the tov indua
trv thl venr T
The Toy Manufkcturers of the
U.S.A. said a ; "late buying
xnree whirh ctarteil nrhen tho
recession ended, will push retail
nuying wen above tne ouuon
msrk this year and that counters
will he rleanei1! hv the time ctoree
flnie Thristmas Wve JThe manu
facturers estimated 1958 buying at
$1,140,000,000. comnared with last.
year s record total of si.ooo.ooo
. One study of what men want
i : i k tat-A vflon
Nd. StTAutomobile Row
p mmimii mgamul
ws It's culture
3ver coloeme. honre anrt whimev
A national macrazinn VpH i una
lot its male readers about their
Christmas wiaheivand rfnnnif that j
42 percent preferred subscrip.
uuus xon or memDersmp .in opera,
symphony., or art caHerv
or a gift certificate1 good at any
book or record shop. '!
Fort.V Iter rent aclrait fnK tk.tn'
ifavonte brand of snirlts: tM ner
cent wanted -some ban, ccessory ;
m rw, uv wameu coiognv. Of 31
good after shaving fotlon; ; 8 per
cent said they would, enjoy re receiving
ceiving receiving a paid-up feservation for
New Year's Eve at a nightclub.
Tlefiniteil tahM Vf.K.t ." titttm
SUCh aa sold, or ffnlrt.nlaW fanth.
picks, money clips -witiiaut money
iirmiy, auacnea; ; ana gimmicky
cocktail shakers. I
US, UAR Siqn
Agrement To Help
Widen Suez Canal ;
CAIRO. Dec. 22 fUPtl STh
United States and the United A-
rab republic today signed 'an
greement to lease the world'a
laruest bredn tn heln enirr.
the Suez canal. -:
The agreement afffnM f tamat.1
ilia this Ttiorninff urtth the eanal
authority; was seen 1 as another
friendly gesture by the United
States towards U.A.R. President
Gamal AbdelrNasser. ;
The United State wac aln e.
pected to announced another ges gesture
ture gesture of economic aid. larcrer tha
todav'a. within the nevt aevaoet
i .V .VI V. A.
aays probably pec. 24. 1
i ' 1Nr'
V MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1951
"THJS TAJfAMA AMERICAN AH MUErEWUEJIT DAO.T WEW5FAHEK V
Bus Hit Broadside
By Speeding Auto;
; Killed, 12 Hurl
CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (UPI A
speeding car skidded through a
four-way stop, last night and
slammed into a city bus, killing
the car's driver and three of its
A .fifth passenger in me amo
was serious nun ana n uu
passsngers received treatment for
Killed were the car's driver,
Juan Alvarez, 23; Paulo Harnan Harnan-dez,
dez, Harnan-dez, 35; his son, Antonio, 3 and
Hernandez' father-in law, Pablo
A fifth passenger, Pabltf Alva
rez, 29, was taken to tienrotin
Hospital in serious condition.
He told police that tne car suici suicided
ded suicided on approaching the inter intersection
section intersection and hurtled into the bus.
Witnesses said the east-bound
bus had stopped and then started
across the intersection when the
southbound car struck it in the
Riders bolted for the doors in
pan'c when the bus burst into
The impact threw the car's en
gine into 'lie DacK feat ana toss
ed all five passengers 10 me
f WELCOME 1 Santa .. Armand L LaBelle" ffJSA 3 naslonS
of Goodies.'i lVt all part of the program called Operatiun Christmas that Began, at aidtook u yeari ago ii -n. (Official USAF Photo)
o the children of David. . '." 1 :
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fsw ui Tip
. -.x ,v, fVta aVi nun Rattniinn .M7tr ATtiiierv. Tecenuy cumuicteu wttiiiuiK yu uic,
graduates came irom an pauenes oi uie wnwumu. a- "' .
Mr. WILLIAM M. STOCK a resident of Curun
du, Canal Zone, has already presented himielf ar
the winner of the High Fidelity raffled by theCfln-
tral Theatre. If there should te any other person'-
who considers he has the right to claim the prize, ?
he should present himself at the office of the CentralJ
Theatre before Wednesday December 24th, 1958.
T ffs nr& ffs &a &s a v M
For your shopping convenience
we remain open until 9.00 p.m.
NATIONAL" ELECTRIC CENTER
31 AUTOMOBILE ROW
Gifts at lowest prices for every
one In your family.
Sen. Dlrksen Hints
Ike's Budget Musi
Again Be In Red
er Everett M.- Dirksen (111.) hint
ed yesterday that President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower would have to ast the
new Congress to approve another
veaf of federal red-ink spending.
ySen?W;has.sat in on
White House .drcussionS of tne
President's iepislaUve program,
"yeoman effort" to shave govern-
a radio terview
JS..--i' .. .. diahm- Roundup)
hS residrwould f'pA -tj
a- balanced budget' for
ver that. HPrts pxt, July 1.
But the hWaVer. candidate
for Senate GOP. leader, W M
not know it government nv nv-ennes.
ennes. nv-ennes. would be enough .to coyer
0US&wer51ias: pledged to cut
povernmert snending w"1
the hudget. He has ordered re re-du
du re-du ttans in overrmen' Personnel
JKS Deen Dartment re recently,
cently, recently, has eliminated eyerM mis missiles
siles missiles as part V the economy
dTVhe government Is exnected to
soend 12 hUlior. dollars more than
L in ihU fiscal .vear. the
lorctosf. neacetime deficit in the
natWrhgtoryv...',,y Va; :
Boy Oh Boy! Crosbys And Hargitays
Gave Stork A Double Run Yesterday
, young Japanese mountain climbers
' were found frotefl to death vested
day in blinding snow and sub-zero
temperatures that bit the moutt'
tain southwest of here. The three
victim' were; "dents at Tokyo's
( SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec.
22 (UPI) Dr. A, C. Meitus
had a busy day yesterday first
he attended Dennis Crosby's wife
while she gave birth to a son ana
ere hour later lie ws with Jayne
Mansfield who also gave brith
to a son.
Dr. Meitus said the two moth mothers
ers mothers and their babies were doing
well at St. John's Hospital.
"Ifs a boy," Mickey Hargitay,
r former Mr. Universe, shouted
as. he emereed from Miss Mans
field's bedside at the hospital.,
"Mw. we ve everything we ever
Hnrpitay said the 9V4 nound ba ba-ly
ly ba-ly was named Miklos after him.
He had taken his blonde wi'e to
the hospitxl about, nine hours be before
fore before the birth. The baby was due
io 5 born on Pec. 9, he said.
"That is rough on the nerves,
waiting like tbot,' the jubilar
mucleman said. "I was positive
it would hp a boy but still it was
Mips Mansfield said from her
hospital bed: "I feel wonderful.'
He's a dream of a baby.'
She has a daughter, Jayne Ma Marie,
rie, Marie, 8, from a previous marriage.
Vri Shpphsn 26. former ias
Vegai showgirl and wife of Den Dennis
nis Dennis Crosby gave, hirlh to an 8
uound 14-ounce hoy He was
named Dennis; Michal Crosby Jr.
to fcoW ilast fweek' 'when Cros
by formally, adopted his ; wife's
six-year-old .son by a previous
marriage, the couple said that
their one Christmas hope was
that "Sant Claus now will bring
Dr. Meitus said both, Mrs. Cros Crosby
by Crosby and Miss. Mansfield and their
babies probably would be able to
go home in time for Christmas.
(lew Senators Have
WASHINGTON, pec' 22 (UPI)
A majority of W new 'U.S. Senators
called today for. filibuster curbs,
federal aid to education,' broads
civil rights" laws arid financial aid
to depressed areas.
The majority opposed any big
tax reductions or jjicreases. and
any cuts in defense spending,:
The 16 ney senators-r-14 demo
crats and two Reoublicans-- ex
pressed their stands on specific is
sues m copyrighted interviews in
U.S.'News and World Report.
A majority of i the 16 was un
decided on whether,, the' federal
poverment should ban state "right
to work" Iawfl,"but it favored some
revision of labor legislation. ; ;
The majority. also -was undecid
ed on what to do about the mount
ing federal deficit and possible
changes in the far program.
01 Air Violations
JERUSALEM Israeli Sector
UPI) Israel., and the United
Arab Republic yeateroay accuseu
each other of violating territorial
air space with warplanes.
'Israeli air force chief Col. Ewr
Weizmann followed up Israel's
statement that avUAR jet fighter
was downed over the Negev Des Desert
ert Desert Saturday witht he charge that
UAR planes violated Jsraeli air
Space? "several times" in the last
London Dailies Hit
US Court Martial
On British. Soil
' LONDON (UPD London news
naners yesterday assailed the U.S
eovernment's right under Bridsh
law to hold trials in this country
and subpena nationals to testify.
The outburst resulted from the
10-day court martial of M bgt,
Marcus M. Marymont of Hobbs
ville, N.C. who was sentenced to
life imprisonment at hard labor
for the acsenic poisoning o" his
The' Empire News and the ftin
dav Express saiu crimes commit
ted in England should be tried
in British courts.
Marymont's conviction unde
British criminal law would have
made the death sentence manda mandatory.
tory. mandatory. The court artial had
choice of death or life imprison imprisonment.
ment. imprisonment. I
The lesser charge against him,
adultery, would not have been
reeognized by the British courts.
It caned a one year sentence
under U.S. military law.
During the trial Mrs. Cynthia
Taylor, 23 a slim dark-haired Brit
ish woman, testified for 2 days, al alternately
ternately alternately sobbing on the stand
and posing at home for pictures
The Empire News challenged
the U.S. Air Force's right to put
Mrs. Taylor on the stand. Mrs.
Taylor was the admitted mis mistress
tress mistress of Marymont over an 13 13-month
month 13-month period.
The newspaper stated that un
identified members of Parliament
were angered by this sensation sensational
al sensational trial.','
"The government wil be asked
to state precisely what powers
the Americans have to compel
British witnesses like Mrs. Tay
lor to attend their courts mar martial','
tial',' martial',' the newspaper predicted.
"But the mam clash in Com
mons after Christmas will come
on why the court-martial was held
here at all," it stated.
sands of families forced from their
homes by floods along the iwoV
len Guadalquivir River .were
crowded her vesterdavt in schools
oublic buildings and hospitals, Ati
least 6,000 persons havet been
evacuated, from low lying houses
No deaths have, been, reported.,.
.'(In Cairo, -newspapers claimed
rAR jets Scared off four Israeli
Fretich-made -Mystere jet lighters
Saturday. The paipers saio notning
about' Israeli claims that a UAR
plane ; was shot down over Is
Weiimahn said the UAR was
faking advantage of the fact that
Israeli is a small country to send
planes over. ;
l,UAR Migs and Ilyushins vio
lated Israel air space north and
south several times in the past
three week." he.said. "They can
do it easily because us are a
small country and they can return
oefore being Intercepted."
. v"' V'j, ;
The air 'chief5 said his forces
"waited patiently" for a chance
to throw a scare into the UAR
pilots. That chance came Satur
day. .' '(-.
:. Israeli Mystere fighters were
patrolling the Nitzana region at
30,000 feet when they spotted four
Russian-built. UAR-Mig jets at
32,000 feet in Israeli air space.
CAP! r OLIO
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fv Biirt i Lancaster' 1
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vr vo li
,'. ;- A SON ;V V
with Leslie Caron
COLE YOtiNGER c
With F. Lovejoy -,
'. ORE G oi
PVA SA GE
, with! h, Ericluon-
. J I
i In; Cinemascope I j
is' (THAT CERTAlk 'i
i with RossahQ Brawl
with- Gene Raymond
RITA, SAN JONES in :
. .; RIIONDA FLEMING In
Benin Over Sealing
Of Dale Afford
WASHINGTON (UPI( Some
House northerners and southern southerners
ers southerners began talking compromise
yesterday in their fight over the
seating of segregationist uaie m m-ford
ford m-ford when the 86th Congress con
venes on Jan. 7.
At least one northern member
of the so-called liberal bloc ex expressed
pressed expressed fear that angry southern
ers would mock iiDerai legisinuoii
if the House fails to reat Aitorn,
write in victor over moderate
Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark.) on
He predicted that the House
would vote to allow Alford to take
his fat when the showdown comes
on the opening day of the comin"
session pending an investiaation of
charges of fraud in the Arkansas
This lawmaker, who preferred
to remain Anonymous, said the
issue conceivably could be re resolved
solved resolved by a compromise.
Under this compromise, he
aid the northern wing of the
House Democrats would be grant granted
ed granted greater voice on the House
Rules Committee in return for
the seating of Alford.
The liberal bloc hive been de de-mandine
mandine de-mandine a more influential ro'e
on the committee in orde to
make sure that if does not block
the legislation the northerners
At least one key southern leader
agreed that pome sort of comoro comoromise
mise comoromise may avert a knorlc-dnwn,
intra-party fight on the Alford is issue.
sue. issue. Al'ord's fate threatened to be become
come become a national issue last week
when a special House Elections
Committee took the unusual steo
of recommending that the House
refuse to seat him nendine an in investigation
vestigation investigation into charges of fraud
in his election.
VALDEPENAS, Spain (UPI)-
Employes of the local radio sta station
tion station have suggested in a letter
to President Eisenhower that the
next American moon rocket be
named "Don Quixote." The radio
men said a rocket name Don
Quixote would be "appreciated by
the world because this was the
name of the most popular and
gentlemanly hero of all time."
.3 B A LB O A
December 25 27
You'll hear about itfti
tf.' Walt Disney
fT wm etr e
CP Corn Soo
Jan. 1 & 4
peD. Rentlev Seeks
For Many Students
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UPI) (UPI)-Rep.
Rep. (UPI)-Rep. Alvin M. Bentley (R-Mich).
said today that he will introduce a
bill in Congress next month to give
a tax break to students who work
their way through college.
- His measure would give a stu
dent taxpayer an extra $600 in
come tax exemption. Married stu
dents would get an additional $1, $1,-20Q
20Q $1,-20Q exemption providing both were
attending college full-time.
, Bentley said that a number of
college students had suggested the
tax change to him.
TODAY -ENCANTO-35 -2C
Victor Mature In
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 ft 8:30
In cinemascope St Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
DIABLO HTS. 7:09
The Abominable Snowman"
Anita Ekberg Phil Carey
Paul Newman -'Llta Milan
'THE LEFT HANDED GUN"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
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Written fer NlA lervise
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN 'm9i'lfmwim
BETROTHAL OF MISS MOTTA, MB. BOYD
IS ANNOUNCED BY HER PARENTS
I Announcement was made at a 'small family party last eve evening
ning evening of the engagement of Miss Ana Elena Motta, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Motta, to Mr. Alberto Boyd Jr., son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Alberto Boyd.
Mr. Alberto Boyd Sr. it Panama's Minister of Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry.
Mr. and Mrs. Motta were hosts at the announcement party.
Miss Rostlene Breaks
A party given Sunday it the U U-Bion
Bion U-Bion CIud uono'ed Miss Roselene
Briceno, daughter of Panama's
Ambassador 10 Brazil, Col. Julio
Ernesto Briceno and Mrs. Brice
no, who will be wed Sa urday
eveninc to Mr. Brack Hauler Jr,
The Prty was given by Miss
Rita Duran, Miss Pilar Delvalle,
Miss Dolores Briceno and Miss
Ca'-los Orillac Navarro, who has
been studying in the United States
is spenaing die Ciu'imas noli
days with his family in Pana Panama
ma Panama City.
At Luncheon TodtV
- The Costa Rican Ambassador in
Panama, E". Jose Pablo Quiros
and Mrs. Ouiros entertained at
the Rmhassv todav in honor of
Panama's Minister o." Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Miguel Moreno, Jr. and
Mrs. Edith Gerry
Dies In Seventies
PROVIDENCE, R.I., Dec. 22 22-(UPI)
(UPI) 22-(UPI) Mrs. Edith Stuyvesant
Dresser Vanderbilt Gerry, one of
America's aristocratic beauties of
yesteryear, died at her home yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. She was believed to be in
her late 70'i.
Mrs. Gerry was a direct des descendant
cendant descendant of Peter Stuyvesant, last
Dutch Governor of New York. She
married George W. Vanderbilt,
youngest son of William K. Van Vanderbilt,
derbilt, Vanderbilt, in 1898. Vanderbilt died in
1914, leaving her and a daughter
a 50 million dollar estate.
Shn married the hte Sen. Pe Peter
ter Peter Goelet Gerry (D-R.I.) in 1925.
He died in 1957.
Returns For Holidays
Miss Ro alinua Keiiuann, daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Francis A.
Keimann of Curunuu, will bpend
the Christmas holidays on the
She is working on her Master's
Degiee a lie Liner uy oi Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, having graduated las. June
rom DePaul University in Chicago.
He is a student at the Universi
ty of South Carolina Law School
at Columbia, S.C.
Chines Woman's League
The Christmas spirit prevailed
at the Chinese School in Panama
today when the of.ice-s of the
Cmnese Women', League visiied
there. Gift packages were dis ri-
bu ed among the children.
At Luncheon Today
Miss irene Novev. bride elect U
Mr. Miguel Broslella. was comp'l-
men ed today w.Lu uiuciii'on par
ty given by Miss Ma-'ia Ampao
and Miss Merceaes Broslella at
the Union Club.
The honore'e wa presen'ed gif s
for the kitchen by the guests who
Is Holiday Visitor
Albert Joyce Jr. has arrived in
the Isthmus to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays with -his paren s,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Joyce of Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights.
Six Young Children
Die In Fire While
Parents Hear Mass
KAUKAUNA, Wis. (UPI) -Six
young children suffocated in dead
ly smoke ye terday from a fire
that swept their twostory frame
house while thir parents attended
an e-rb- mass at a Roman Cathdl
Floyr" Weyenberg, 30, father of
the children, told authorities he
was baffled over ihe fire's origin,
Stale fire officials immediately
be?an a probe to determine the
The Weyenherg children were
'entified I.ynn, 7; rinuglas, .6;
M-r-ro. R- .tohn. 3: Barbara, 2,
an1 Michael. 1.
Fivp p' the bod'es were found
HjiHIH IntiHd firt flnpr bath bath-rnoTi
rnoTi bath-rnoTi vhll the i'y'h chiH was
Mt niif-H" lh h''t,rnn'n rtnor M
he fnn nf he itirs loadine to
ihp children's second floor bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Aii'hnritie said the youngsters
"iit hive Bwkp"ed. smpl'ed
rr.nlrp ?rfi hnrrjed dow'talrs
cipp'rinp hpl'ei' In the bathroom
u-hich f'"rHpd thpm nrotpction
'rnm ftp fomp hut not thp suf suf-'opsi'lno
'opsi'lno suf-'opsi'lno jmoVp, Onv thp btidy of
rni'lae iwhirh ws nntsit thp
pt11rnnm. wt bdl hnr"pd.
yTrti7nKoffT hie "'ifp, also
"fl Ipf Ihoir Homp prlv in at-
'nn' S n m Tj)tv ot Mplr PfoSS
F(n..'n rtho)lr rhurrh hpre.
THr W. fifp offip'ols "fl
nnnarpnilv hpnn ij the liv'ns
nnm nf the hotm and' was dls dls-or)
or) dls-or) p'pH bv neighbor who Cfllled
thp fire f,"r"rtmpnt at 5:40 a.m.
LT. GEN RIDGEI Y GAITHER, commander In chief Caribbean,
presented a Department of the Army Performance Award Cer Certificate
tificate Certificate to Mrs. Marion L. Malavaslc, secretary to the Com Command
mand Command public information officer, in the office of the Com
mander in Chief at Quarry Hts. yesterday. Mrs. Malavasic was
awarded the certificate and a monetary award In official rec recognition
ognition recognition and appreciation of her sustained superior perform performance
ance performance for the year In accomplishing her assigned duties with
the Caribbean Command public Information Office, Caribbean
Command. (US Army Photo)
ipu Tn Ra Probed
FRANKFl'RT. Germany (UPI)
An invpntipation of 13 persons
connpc'pd with a hate campaign
ieaint Jewish cafp owner Kurt
Snrnnf vjh announced yesterdav
hv the Fr?nkfurt iustice denart-
pient. h S p '; : si
f:' (fflciah aM detectives fiave
been seflt to Koenprn, a small
town in the nearb Taunus Moun-
titin where nmnf' liven, to speed
hp fip iivpstioption.
Simnf nnpnd his "Cafp Win
ter" In Kneooern lp-t Auenst.
Since thpn. hp told police, he has
been thp victim of a Nazi-style
Thp window1, of his cafp have
hppn renp-tpdlv nmghpd with
bricks. n'.'sps and crockery
have hppn fhrown a Bains' thp
walk, h's wife wa onep rmnched
in the face nd the familv has
hppn cp'tantly insulted. Sumpf
To our students and
many friends "Merry ff
Xrnas and Ilannv
A Dancinr Feet."
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MEDAL PRESENTATION Col. Raymond L. Hill, U.8. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean engineer, received the Commendation Ribbon
with Metal Pendant (First Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster) from
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, USARCARIB commanding
general, on his, departure from the command. (UJS. Army
' '"'t( X1!!
STATE SECRET The U.S. Post Office Department plays it
cagey in releasing this design for the Alaskan statehood com
memorative air mail stamp. Since Alaska won't become a state
till President Eisenhower issues a proclamation, either this
year or next, master dies and engraving plates with both "1858"
and "1959" are being made. That's the Big Dipper and the
North Star on a map of Alaska.
A 0 J 1 1
Esst and Wait vuinM.
1 A Pass 2 A ...
A Pass A p,M
Openini lead K
South had a nice sound open
Jnf spade bid and when his part
er raised him to two, South
SROUKI.; nve' psed quietly and
taken, bis little profit, y ;
However, South made a mis mis-tike
tike mis-tike common to lots ot bridge
IHiyera, inciuoing some of our
greatest, and stretched to rebid
io tnree inidni with anri
- r -w' w, a buuu
trumps, eight high card points
7'"i..f wuwewn norm was luuy
Justified in continuing to game,
aoutn snouiii nnv tuum
ished for- his overbid. There just
ior iour spaaes out
with helD from WmI h
ed to bring the contrlct home.
West ma Ha him tuu-m,l
of the diamond kfn anrt .?
Played hit loweat diamnnrf k.
seven. South played the deuce.
At thiS Ooint WMt hmiM t.....
looke over the : dinmnnn m.i.
carefully and nntait that tk
seven spot had to be East's low lowest.
est. lowest. However. Wut
those players who wouldn't botii-
' in seven looked like
a mgn cara to mm and he led a
Thla lira all lilk ..
took his jack of diamonds, played
two rounds of trumps and then
discarded one of dummy's losing
h.mrt,? J th diamond ace. Hi
still had to lose twr heart tricks
uui mai was an.
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SPRING CHICKEN Summery fall weather in Florida has
evidently put some spring into Edra Furlong, as she cuts capers
at Cypress Gardens. Beneath a sheltering palm tree, she's
limbering up between water ski shows.
fROTICT ADDRISI IABIK, tmpertant melllnf
Inslructlont Tope b transparen as glau.
... insist oh
ri-a.ia...a-. ft A ami ... .
Euariuutvri van. itilfia, 9. A
Scotch" brand colored Up in 71' yard foils rt printtd
In Parmmi with uatr'S Bm snd ipocUlcstiona by.Cis.
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SANTA MEETS GOV. FEDERICO 8AGEL Operation Christmas
1958 swung; into high gear at David airport as toys and gifts
are unloaded fro ma USAP C-M .cargo plane for the children in
u.iclt' S?v: rederico sage, o( Chiriqul Province, meets Santa
while David s mayor Manuel J. Garcia looks on
1 A Double Ia
..w, outn, hold: 5
!., VfM. All
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if'" e f
The bidding has been:
'2 East 8ontb west'
Vou, South, hold:'
AKieas tAjssit aa a
-What do you do t J
Threatens To Spend
Millions For Pact
LOS ANfiEI.KS nc 92 TIPr
-Teamsters boss James Hoffa
said the union was willing to spend
all of the 38 million dollar, in its
treasury If necessary to secure a
nationwide contract for truck
driver and dnckman whan tha
present pact expires in 1961. i
in a speech to 600 members of
the Los Angeles Freight Drivers
Local 308, the teamsters President
also arretted vanterdav tha naarl
for a "master agreement to re
place the 25,000 separate contracts
now in existence.''
"Aa lono aa wa atiiV lAtrathar
we'll get it," he said.
The common carrier group is
fearful that tha larffar inrf iimmt.
er we grow, the more eaaie will
oe io snut mem down."
Hrtffa tnlit tha munlan nl Cnntk
em California's largest teamster
local mat the nationwide contract
waa needed tn tnaat h.llanir.
offered by the changing transpor-
"Kallrosd Hatcars are replac replacing
ing replacing trucks, aliminatin tnmA nm.
tions, bringing unemployment to
our mimhun ha (.lit
"We need solidarity in the face
of laws .being passed concerning
secondary boycott Jaws restrict restricting
ing restricting rights as union members. We
need the same wage scale in the
Midwest. South, East and here in
the West," hi said.
To Address free
HMUftfl TAmHtftAsaji fti ikm T
Henderson will address the stu.
denta of tte Trae Spanish Class
ea" at the CarU a Uu,.
- n : muuv.l
School tonight at I.
xne topic or the Ambassador's
f.d?,M. Svr "Contemporary
Britain1' but his talk wiU include
a brief reference te the work af
we school. .. .
Molaes A. Moreno, director of
the School: nai iiauad an nnan In.
vltaUon to proapeclve students as
wu as ewer persons wno may
wisn ri eneno.
The Ambataador will fca tntra.
Huead Kv Huiut BraM. thPMiah
whose efforta tha aehonl eawia In.
" """" mmmmmm "aBBa BaaMMMaaaaaMMMMaHH 1-'
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. THE VOICE OF
W ; BROADWAY 1
lf'.t by Dorothy Killgallen
GOSSIP IN GOTHAM ',.
Hstrrv Belafonte is about to
make Waldorf Astoria .history,
For the first time, the : hotel de-
mA a aIaha Ik V tw tit ah t) nnht
where he's been appearing. and
switch the act to the Grand Ball
room on Fridays and Saturdays
for two weeks, to accomodate the
crowds clamoring forj reservations
... Everything's fine again with
Rita Jlayworth and lames Hill.
The problems arose when Jim tri tried
ed tried in a friendly way to console
an. old flame, who happened to
be having serious marital trou troubles
bles troubles of her own and needed sol solace...
ace... solace... Jack Lemmon is keeping, the
long-distance wires humming with
Hollywood-New York cans to si si-gyn
gyn si-gyn Lund of "Bells Are Ringing"
... Constance Healy, a beautiful
blonde, was the Maharajah of Ba Ba-roda's
roda's Ba-roda's last date before he left
Gotham for his exotic home.
They lunched at the East Hori Horizon,
zon, Horizon, but only after the Mahara
jah s bodyguard had Inspected the
restaurant and pronounced it safe.
While His Highness and lady ate,
the bodyguard devoured a solo
meal at another table.
Uncle Sam's tax boys have dis discovered
covered discovered the r whereabouts of a
missing underworld figure close closely
ly closely connected with the sports
world. But they can't nab him,
because he's in Mexico.. .A battle
of big money is being waged be between
tween between Capitol Records and the li linked
nked linked vArtists diskery oVer the
services of Frank Sinatra. His
contract at Capitol has just ex expired,
pired, expired, and UA vants him.. .Strip .Stripper
per .Stripper Tempest Storm has a new
love Harold Caskin, a wealthy
Florida contractor. Her idyll with
Herb Jeffries," which was the
talk of Las Vegas, seems to be
over.. .Congressman Adam Clayton
Powell. Jr., set p by his over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming victory in the last elec elections,
tions, elections, may run' for the office of
Mayor of New York on a fusion
U.S. magazines are due to be
plastered with pictures of a new
model, Simone Dalencourte. She's
the top "face" in France, and re reputed
puted reputed to be a iabulous money moneymaker
maker moneymaker since she's moved to A A-merica...
merica... A-merica... Members of the cast of
"One-Eyed Jacks" say Marlon
Brando has proven to be a hard
task-master in his first directing
job. He's not devoting all his at attention
tention attention to the actors; he's bossing
everyone from the script girl' to
the electricians to the make-up
man.. .Tim Pfttnn.h had thrc
TV shows offered io him for next
season. All. would be filmed, so
he wouldn't have to leave the
Steve Allen program.. .A panhand panhandler
ler panhandler with a touch of originality
alias hit trad In the vicinlt of
Charlie's Tavern, the musicians
nsngoui. ho noma out a beret for
contributions, and his stock ac acknowledgment
knowledgment acknowledgment of gratuities Is
"Thanks, Pops"! ,,, Dorothy Mc Mc-Guire's
Guire's Mc-Guire's wedding the other day
confirmed an item la this space.
Next to go down the bridal path:
v si "V.''..: "i
Actress Shirley MecLalne and
her i husband, Steve Parker, are
upset by the rift rumors--whlch
couldn't be mora untrue, they ssy
...Harold V. Fox, former New
York detective, has submitted a
copy-righted off -track betting plan
to city and state officials. Experts
predict, this will ; be the pattern
.followedwif such a program is ap approved,,
proved,, approved,, because it's designed to
operate without affecting the bet betting
ting betting or. attendance at the New
York toacks...Shirl Conway, cur cur-rently
rently cur-rently a hit as "Auntie Mame" at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse in
Miami, will play the role in a six
month tour of AustraliaFashion
note; the Begum Aga. Khan has
just bought herself a full-length
chinchilla coat that costs as much
as a nice suburban house.
Christmas packaging Js getting
way out. The spirits manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers have gone far beyond the good
era. Now one firm of of-fers
fers of-fers a bottle decorated with a
wind-up ballerina, another features
a cigarette lighter on top of the
bottle, and a third packs its holi holiday
day holiday cheer in a ship's wheel.. .Wil .Willie
lie .Willie Hoppe, the all-time great of
billiardi is critically ill in a Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach hospitaUTexas million million-are
are million-are Clnt Murchison is close to
setting the deal that would make
him sole owner of the, Washing Washington
ton Washington Redskins football team... Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood soothsayers expect tha
horror movie kick to subside in
the very near future. The current
crop of ghoulih flickers isn't do do-ing
ing do-ing marvelously at the box office
...Jean Maretll. the hutcharlr sirt
at the East Side La Strada, il u u-bles
bles u-bles as a model fir those sexy
album comers. Y
The "Goldilocks" cast is giving
out the exciting news that Ava
Gardner will catch the show dur during
ing during her visit to Manhattan. ..Jac ..Jacqueline
queline ..Jacqueline Francoise, the chanteuse
at the Plaza, wears only one col color
or color when performing. Her elegant
sheaths, all designed by Carven,
are in various shades of blue,
from icy-light lo deep -sapphire...
A recording group called The Hol Holly
ly Holly Berries bas decided what to do
if their "Hang Up A Christmas
Stocking" disc becomes enough of
a hit to give them employment in
1959. They'll .call themselves' sim simply
ply simply "The Berries,"
If vou want ta taka. a friend to.
another friend's hnnaa hianaa
you would like the two to meet,
telephone the friend's home, to
find out if the time you ace
thinking of is convenient
Almost anyone would rather en entertain
tertain entertain axnartad aiiaata than trrvn. 1
in callers. 1
MONDAT, DECEMBER 1951
t TBI PANAMA AMERICAS Alt ITOtPtXOENT DAILY XKTWAft V
XM AS IN THE CHURCHES
Answer te Prsvloua Punt
A MOST UNUSUAL SHIPMENT wetn out of .Panama on
board Braniff recently: a box, containing peccary grease,
carefully packed to dry Jce destined .to the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.for scientific experiments In con connection
nection connection witfc an element related to arteriosclerosis. The
photo shows Lionel Pe fiousa, of the staff of Gorgas Merno Merno-i
i Merno-i rial Laboratory In Panama, as he delivered, the precious
cargo to Branif f 's ageiit-ln-charge at Tocumert Airport, Pul Pul-,
, Pul-, i vlo De- la Rivera. -
r UNION CHURCH
v. a'. .. r
'.'It came upoRv the Midnight
Clear will be more thin. lust-a
Christmas tarol for the Atlantic
sids community of the Margarita
On Christmas eve at 11 o.m.
we church will hold its annum
ctndlelichtine service., At tDrna-
imately midnight the pastor of
uie cnurcn will take a liaht from
the altar candle and 4ura biht a
huge central candlesymboTising
ue ugniuxr uiai nas come into tee
world wjh the : newly born Sa-
From this central candle the
candles of the ushers are light lighted,
ed, lighted, The ushers in turn light the
csndles of the entire congrega
tion. :. ;
The church, which will be dark-
ened. once again will blaze with
light indicatine the soread nf
light for the world through the
-ySi-...r- fiiat-lr X '' ii .'in'" f fi ') -rn--r n rr -f f ' 1 1
- 1 1 v I"
KOBBE OFFICER PKOMOTED -f Mrs. Virginia Hetherly
iins on tnc silver oars aenonn me ranK or cummin aa cr
AiU0UIiU) AOt UfdUrcD tivitivt ij ivvcit wvs-vt K v
AAiUuAWa .juvvnaassij v w wwu x
officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe. At the
time of his promotion captain Hetherly was executive offi officer
cer officer of P Company, ,34th Armor, which Is attached to the bat-
. tle'group, (U.S. Army'Photo)..'1;''- --
Sen. Cooper Will
Seek To Lead GOP
II Liberals OK
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UH
Sen. John S. Cooper (RKy.) said
today he is willing to run for the
Senate Republican leadership if
chosen by his liberal colleagues.
But Cooper said he was not a
candidate for the job and empha emphasized
sized emphasized that Sen. George Aiken (R (R-Vt.)
Vt.) (R-Vt.) would clearly be the choice,
of the liberal bloc if the Vermon Vermon-ter
ter Vermon-ter would make himself available.
The liberal Republicans plan to
meet Dec. 30 to select a slate ot
candidates for the five Senate par
ty leadership posts being filled for
tne hew Congress convening Jan.
Cooper's name has been put
forward by Sen. Prescott Bush
(R-Conn.) who said yesterday that
the Kentuckian's election showed
that his party ''is looking to the
future rather than to the past."
: "I am not putting myself forth
as a candidate," Coopersaid in
an interview, "I appreciate what
Senator. Bush has done and if se selected,
lected, selected, I would run. And I believe
anyone els whose name is ad advanced
vanced advanced should be willing to serve
If elected. V
"My real concern is that all of
vs who get together in this fight
will stay together snd get others
to join in the fight for the leeder leeder-shlp."
shlp." leeder-shlp." Bush said he would urge the lib liberals
erals liberals to unite behind Cooper be because
cause because this choice "would nave a
wide tnihlle anneal." He said it al
so "could have a profound effect
upon the congressional and presi presidential
dential presidential elections of 1960."
in ii ' ii
TAIPEI (UPI) The Commu Commu-nist
nist Commu-nist Chinese, faithful to their al alternate
ternate alternate day bombardment, plan,
shelled the Quemoy Islands yester
daV. Th TWnnoo Mini.., ..M
the Red guns opened up shortly
fter wldntght and splattered the
Nationalist Islands with 261 shells.
Idling IIY Dallies
Hot Near Solution
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UPI) (UPI)-Another
Another (UPI)-Another effort was to be made to today
day today to end the costly newspaper
strike, which has stilled the press presses
es presses of nine New York dailies and
caused frustration and bewa'der bewa'der-ment
ment bewa'der-ment among the reading public
of the nation's largest city.
Negotiations between the pub publishers
lishers publishers association of New York
and the striking newspaper and
mail deliverers union were to be
resumed later this afternoon un
der the auspieces of the Federal
Mediation and conciliation serv
Up to now, the 13th day of the
strike, neither side has been, able
to see eye to eye and there Were
evidences that other craft unions,
whose membrs have been fur fur-lougbed
lougbed fur-lougbed without pay, were becom becoming
ing becoming restive. About 15,000 workers,
Including reporters,, printers and
press men. have been idled as a
result of the walkout of the 4,500
The deliverers', union, an inde independent
pendent independent .organization, urged the u u-nions
nions u-nions affiliated with the AFL-CIO
to join its picket lines and, to give
financial support but were- met
with a definite "No."
- Spokesmen of the New York
newspaper Guild and craft unions
agreed they wanted an early end
to the strike.
YOKOSUKA, Japan, ( UPI) -Tw'nty-four
who drifted for 9 hours on a
makeshift raft after -their vessel
sank last Wednesday were trans trans-fered
fered trans-fered yesterday to a sister fishing
boat from s U.S. cargo ship off
Guam. The U.S. Navy said here
the men were, transferred from
the Sgt. Jack J. Pendleton to the
sasayama Maru. after a rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous off Guam. The fishermen
took to a raft after their vessel,
the C h i y o Maru, sank.
Briton Hopes Son
May SII In Lords i
LONDON' (UPI) '-'British play playboy
boy playboy Tony Moynlhan said yesterday
he was looking forward to the day
when a son of his mixed mar marriage
riage marriage would sit in Parliament and
"plead the cause of racial toler tolerance."
ance." tolerance." Moynlhan, 23yer-old son and
heir of Baron Patrick! Berkeley
Moynihan, "recently married a 20-
year-oid aiaiayn girl.
Moynlhan, noted for hi? es escapades
capades escapades when he was a publicity
man, said he and his wife had
encountered racial prejudice in
London streets, "mainly by white
He made the comments in a
signed story in the London "Sun "Sunday
day "Sunday Graphic."
"My wife is about to have a
baby, she is a Malayan girl,"
Moynihan wrote. "The odds are
that the baby will be colored. And
I am glad of this."
If Moynihan has a son, he would
be entitled to a teat in the House
SEOUL. Korea (UPI) The
Communists have called a secretary-level
rneetl"" o' K'pin
Military Armistice Commission
tor tomorrow," the United Nations
Command hiouncediif No reason
was announced for the meeting.
Christian church and its mem members.
bers. members. ;"-'
Prior to" the candlelighting. the
service will .include a number of
Christmas anthems by the choir,
congregational carol singing: and
a -brief mediation by the pastor.
The entire community us invited
SALISBURY. Mdi (UPI) Estate
police said yesterday two Statea is island,
land, island, N.Y., teenager, who con confessed
fessed confessed the hoHup-slaying of Ba Ba-yonne.
yonne. Ba-yonne. "H.3.. City Prosecutor S'e S'e-bheft
bheft S'e-bheft Sladowski, probably would
be turned over to New Jersey
Frunk Richard Diesenwald and
tames Richard Snarnrbft, both
18, were cantured Saturday after
gun fights in which: two police policemen
men policemen and Diegenwald were wound wound-ed
ed wound-ed The first uh bttlewas touched
off when Set. EMridee Havman.
a Salisburv policemsn, halted
the Ws car to give them s
traffic ticket. The .officer wa
filled by a Wast from a snwed-off
shotgun that pmed his chrek. A
eond shot ripped through his
A short time lafer, Tl. Carrol
Sc-mon, of the Maryland s'ate
nolice, sootted the bovs speedin?
car near Snow Hill. Sermon final final-lv
lv final-lv forced the car. to the side of
the Toad and he ulso was mt with
unfire. One bullet struck Sermon
in th thlh, but h countered by
booHne pieenwsld In the face.
Snrnrnft then surrendered.
Marvlpnd authorities theorized
the youths might have been In Involved
volved Involved li more serious crimes
and rPstiot"n tumd to the Dc.
is Ullinff of the 47-vear-old Sla-
dowsVv. Officers from New Jer Jer-rpv,
rpv, Jer-rpv, headed bv Bavnnne Police
r'hipf Corpcliiis Carroll, came; to
Mry'nd Saturday night to queS-
DieeenwaTd and Sosnft final
ly confessed to kMline S'adowski,
tiolice said. They denied, however,
hogin" imnllrsd in the fatal
footing of s Rahway, N.J., po
lirman Nov: 28.
Marvland trooners said Sunday
that Sparnroft probably would be
ttirnod over to Nw Jerse au authorities
thorities authorities Monday. Dieenwald. in
Peninsula General Hosoital here
with Cheek wound, was 'to be
released. o the custody of New
Jersey officers later.
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In Bargain Bill 2nd Game
DOUBLING IN BASS Almost staggering with the weight of a 62-pound channel bass pulled
from the surf off Cape Hatteras, N.C., with a 20-pound test line is John Twachtman. The
Ardmore, Pa., angler used mullet for bait. The whopper is 52 inches long, 30 inches around
the middle. The previous world and fantastic record with this type of line is 61 pounds.
The see-saw battle for the top spot in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Professional League standing continues today
with the first-place Kings defending their slim half-
game margin against second-plac? Carta Vieja in the
first game of a twinight doubleheader at 5:30.
Third-place Marlboro and trailing Cerveza Bal
boa will meet in the afterpiece. The Yankees moved
into a first-place tie Saturday night by edging the
Reermen 3-2, but the Kings 9ok sole possession of
the lead again yesterday when they humbled the
Smokers 10-4. , (
Chaff man Defeats Jim Hinkle
To Cop Braniff Golf Tourney
Russ Chaffman kept his pipe
Smoking for 16 holes at the Su;n
mit Golf Club yesterday momin?
and the smoke' screen proved looi
much for Jim Hinkle to overcome!
as Chaffman won the first annual
1958 Braniff International Airways
Golf Tournament winning 3 and ?,.
Chaffman turned in a front
n'nt tw over par 37 to givs him
two up load at tho turn. Chaff Chaffman
man Chaffman bogiod No. 10, but thrtw ix
coniccutivt pars at Hlnklt, who
wa struggling along trying to
rteover hit game, to closo out
tho tournament' modalitt on
Ethel Perantie copped the La
dies Championship -with a 2 and
1 win over Louise Jones. Mrs
Jones held a one hole lead at the
end of the first nine holes of play,
and had increased he lead to two
at the end of the 12th hole. Mrs
Perantie fought back and had the
match tied at the 15th hole and her
birdie on the 16th hole gave her
the lead for the fist time. Mrs
Perantie closed out the match on
. i -. 1 1 i i : i i
Ule iui uuie wun Jier pur.
In the first flight finals Tony
Jankus came back from a two
hole first nine deficit to take fel fellow
low fellow Summit golfer George Riley
with a 2 and 1 victory. Riley mov moved
ed moved in the lead with his bird on
No. 2, "but Jankus evened things
on No. 54 with a par. Riley picked
up birds on Nos. 7 and 8 to give
him a two hole lead at he turn.
A bogie was good enough for Jank Jankus
us Jankus to win No. 10, a bird won No. 11
for him, and a par on No. 12, put
him in the lead for the first time
Holes Nos. 13, 14, 15, and 16 were
tied,, arid, Jankus' par on No; 17
ended-the match in his? favor,
J iff Klin served plenty of
notict to his follow-golf tr$ with
a 7 and 5 victory ovtr W. A.
May in tho sacond flight. Klin
played out tho string and turn turned
ed turned in a three over par 73 for
Jack Stuart did away with
.Jack Whittlaw winning 4 and f
in th third, flight.
Ted Jordan raced into an early
three up lead at the turn and clos closed
ed closed out his fourth flight match with
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George Bell on the 16th hole. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan shot a Very neat 76.
John A. Smith skinned Ray
Terry 5 and 4 in the Fifth Flight.
Asa Barley took advantage of a
ground rule and beat John Terry
2 up in the sixth flight.
Mickey Kaplan took the seventh
flight title from Roger Mithel, but
had to go to the nineteenth hole
to win. The match was all tied
up at the end of the first 18 holes,
and Kaplan sneaked in a par on
the 19th hole to win the sudden sudden-death
death sudden-death play-off.
L i Weber was forosd to win
via the same route in the
Ladies' first flight match with
Mebs Ausnehmer. Mrs. Weber
took the match with a bogey on
the 19th hols.
Immediately after the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of the final play Summit
Hills Golf Club was host to a lun-
cheon fpr guests at which time
the Wfntiers, rtmnsrs-up, men's
medalist Jim Hinkle and ladies
medalist Ruth Tortotici were pre
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Braniff had made arrangements
for flight hostess June MacAdams
to fly in from Lima. Peru to
award the many prizes. Miss Mac-
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Righthander Dick Donnelly
(2-0), of the Klntts will oppose
righthander John Anderson (1 (1-2),
2), (1-2), while Marlboro righthander
Humberto Robinson (2-2) has
been named to face lefty Pat
Anderson will be shootine, for
his first win against the Kings.
His lone triumph has been a a-irainst
irainst a-irainst Cerveza Balboa and his
two losses were handed out
equally between the Beermen
and the Kings.
Both of Donnelly's triumphs
have come at the expense of
Ladies will be admitted free
in tomorrow night's game be between
tween between the Yankees and the
Y e s t er d a y southpaw Dick
Luebke scattered 11 hits while he
and his teammates were also
pounding out 11 safeties, to pick
up his fourth win and stand a a-lone
lone a-lone as the winningest hurler in
Luebke, who has lost only one
decision, defeated the Smokers
for the first time. His previous
victories had all been over Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa.
Baltimore Oriole righthander
Charley Bgamon. who made his
league debut, lasted only one and
two-third innings, giving up five
runs, three hits and five bases on
His successor, Jim Hardlson
fared no better, for he was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the other five King
markers, while permitting seven
hits and walking four, in the
three and one-third frames he
Jose LisondrOi hurled three
hitless and scoreless innings ahd
Leonardo Ferguson finished up,
allowing one hit.
Ken Hunt's bases-loaded single
in the first Inning produced two
runs for the Kings and a big
tour-run second made the score
Two Kings runners crossed the
plate in the third to make the
count 8-0 and the game became
a complete rout when the Kings
scored single tallies In the
fourth and fifth to go out in
The Smokers made a weak ef
fort to catch up by scoring once
in me iuin, twice in the sixph
ana once again in tne eignth.
Saturday night a lone saCrl
fice fly to center in the eighth
Innine broke a 2-2 tie and sent
the Yankees on to victory, a-
gamst tne Beermen.
Behind 2-1 in the eighth
Whitey Schmidt, leading off,
singled and scored on Dave Ja
cobs' triple to right center' to
deadlock the count 2-2, with no
Carlos Thome, who came 1n to
replace starter and loser Georges
Maranda, tanned Spider wil-
helm before Kern drove in the
Winning run. Maranda's record
is now 2-1.
BUI Prout. who went the dis distance
tance distance and tossed a seven-hitter.
?alned his second triumph to
xeep nis siate perrect.
N.C. Joins Auburn, Kentucky
As Major Basketball Champs
By JOHN GRIFFIN
Kentucky and Auburn, proud
owners of long winning streaks,
were joined by surprising North
Carolina Sunday as the first ma major
jor major tournament champions of the
1958 holiday basketball season,
and seven more big carnivals are
on tap for the coming week.
Kentucky, last year's NCCAA
champion, racked up its 13th
straight victory Saturday night
and won its own invitational tour tournament
nament tournament by beating West Virginia,
97-91, despite 36 points by West
Virginia's Jerry West.
Auburn ran the nation's longest
winning streak to 16 games by
scoring a revenge victory over
Alabama, 79-60, in the final round
of .the Birmingham Classic.
And North Carolina, which up upset
set upset Notre Dame in the first round,
handed Northwestern its first loss
of the season in the final round
of the Blue Grass Festival, 78-6t.
Five Tourneys On Tap
Court activity, slow in the par parly
ly parly part of the week coming up,
will flare up again on Friday
night when five major tourna tournaments
ments tournaments get under way. These are
the Holiday Festival in New York,,
Southwest Conference in Houston,
Tex., Big Eight in Kansas City,
Evansville, Ind., Invitational, and
the All College Tournament at
Two others swing into action on
Saturday night the Far West
Classic at Corvallis, Ore., and the
Queen City Tournament at Buf Buffalo.
falo. Buffalo. Kentucky, which lost to West
Virginia in the finals of its own
that defeat although West's 36 36-point
point 36-point show set a new record for
the tournament. Sid Cohen, who
came to the Kentucky campus
from Brooklyn by way of Texas,
led the victorious Wildcats with
19 points and Jonny Cox added
Sophomore York Larese, another
New York City player who has
wandered far from honi", i"i
North Carolina to its title tri triumph
umph triumph at Louisville by ta 1 y,n;
points, one more than the total
commled .by Joe Hulick for
Northwestern. Notre, Dame broke
a four-enmo losing sir"- H w n
the consolation game from Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, 61-53, as Torn Hawkins ui ui-lied
lied ui-lied 20.
Easy Win For Auburn
Auburn easily defeated Alabama,
tne last team to bent tne I'inins
men way back' in the middle of
last season, (ihnrn rollpri up
46-25 lead at halftime and breezed
nnirip as Dig kpx rreaencK snow snowed
ed snowed the way with 18 points. Texas
A&M, after trailing by six points
tion game, 74- 4,v over, Wvomin"
s Archie Carroll scored 20
Another tournament title went
to the Citadel, winning Its own in invitational
vitational invitational affair by beating Miami
of Florida in the final round, 93 93-77,
77, 93-77, as Dick Wherry scored 23.
Northwestern, ranked No. 5 na nationally,
tionally, nationally, West Virginia (No. 7),
and St. Joseph's (Pi.) ranked
No. 9, wero tho only teams rated
among the nation's 10 best to suf suffer
fer suffer defeats on Saturday.
lop-ranKea Cincinnati had to
ngnt aard for a 57-50 victory over
oi. jjums m me Missouri Valley
conference. Oscar Robertson
was held to nine points in the
first half, but then broke "loose
with 18 in the second half to pace
Kansas Whjps St. Josephs
Second ranked Kansas State
handed St. Joseph's its first loss
oi tne year, 68-55, at Law
rence, K.ans., as 6-8 Bob Boozer
set the pace with 26 points.' Both
teams were left with 6-1 records.
Fourth-ranked North Carolina
downed Kansas, 66-63, in the same
aouDieneader at Lawrence as 6-8
jonn Kichter scored 18 of his 29
points during the second half.
i irtn-tranked Michigan State fomn-
ed tovan 80-55 win over Nerbaska
in its final tune-up for next week's
In other leading Saturday night
games: Four free throws In the
last 10 seconds gave Oreeon St.
73-69 win over indiana: New
jr ; o .
juexicu i. upset Kiee. 58-53. ax
Joe Kelley scored 20; Utah St
upset St. Mary's (Calif.),' 79-63
as Bob Ipsen scored 36; Boa
Skousen's32 paced Brigham Young
to a a-ba win' over Santa Clara;
Washington beat- Iowa, 81-68, de despite
spite despite 35 by Iowa's Dave Gunther:
Denny Fitzpatnck's 19 led Cali
fornia to a 68-53 win over Wis
consin; Wichita- beat Southern Cal
ifornia, 82-70, despite Jim Hanna i
24 for the Trojans; unbeaten Vil-
lanova downed Duke, 74-67.
Homan Scdres PostrTo-Post
In Special $1,000 Handicap
The Stud Chumungu's odds-on
mutuels favorite Homan justified
the bettors' faith in him by hold-i
mgiia ,to score a, half-length victo
ry over Alpina in the featured
SI ,000 Special Handicap yesterday
afternoon at the President Remon
Homan, cosidered a weak-heart
ed quitter, got off last but quickly
put his great speed to use and one
fuHong he was already on top. He
widened his lead to five full
lengths by the time they gone a
half mile but started to lose
ground when leading jockey Brau-
lkj Baeza put Alpina, which had
been restrained off the pace, to
In the run down the home
stretch, Alpina gained steadily but
fell short by a half length at the
wire. Mar Bravo, third througa-
out, outlasted Distante by three
parts of a length for show money.
Riotous and Caracoles completed
the six-horse field.
Homan turned the six furlongs
in 1:13 1-5 which was two-fifths of
a second slower than the time
made by Del Vecino in winning a
fifth series race. Fernando Alva
rez game Homan a good ride.
Alvarez was aiso aooara me
promising Dependable when the
atter outlasted stout-hearted Ra
gazza to score by a head in an
unexpected thriller. Ragazza out-
sprinted the speedy Dependable
then shook off his challenge to the
final sixteenth where the Jong-
striding English1 colt swept by to
score by a head.
Depehdabie's time for seven fur
longs was a fast 1:25 1-5.
Besides Alvarez, nis country
men Chilean Jockeys Guillermo
Rivera and Jose Ulloa were the
only other riders to score more
than once. Each booted home two
Zapaton's $14.60 in the fourth
race was the day's best win odds.
1 Argyla $4.60, $4
2 Grimilda $9.20 i
1-Del Vecino $8.80, $3.80
2 High Day (excluded from
3-Manuela pedraza 3.40 ?
First Double: 130
1 Daniel $7.40. $2.20 :
2-i-X Linda Susy $2.20
z a .jueutzo $2.20
1 fcapaton 14.60; S4JJ0
2 Madame Cucu $4.60
i,v Quiniela: ,132.80
1 Monaco $2.80. $2.40
2 Chito $3 ',-'
1 Dagon $7.60, $3.20
2 Victoria tRegina -2.40 1
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UPD
Harry Wills, 68, former heavy
weieht boxing contender, died of
diabetes last high 'in Jewish
The six-foot, two-inch Negro,
n;hn wbs known as the BiacK
Panther," earned about $500,000
In the ring. He ..fought'from 19U
ta 1934 and .his opponents Jii Jii-cluded
cluded Jii-cluded Sam Langford, Luis Ptt-
po, Joe Jeanette, wiuie Meenan
ana jacK enarKey, -
wnis once said his only regret
tua that, he "never sot a shot at
Dempsey." The New York State
Boxinp Commission attempted to
force; Jack uemppey mj
Wills, but.it was unsuccessful. As
a result.. Demosey was forced to
defend his title asainst Gene
Tunriey in Philadelphia where
he was defeated.
St. John's (N.Y.) 90 Virginia 71
St. Bonaventure 69 Duquesne S6
La Salle 64 Western Kentucky 76
Peon State 78 Colgate 54
Ohio U. 58 Cornell 54 (ot).
Boston College 74 Seton Hall W
Fordham 88 Columbia 73
Ohio Wesleyan 65 Buffalo Tears 60
VUlanova 74 Duke 67
St. Francis 74 Marshall 72 (ot
Hunter 75 Brooklyn Poly 63
Connecticut 59 Manhattan 57
Erie Tech 80 Westchester Col, 68
Wagner 71 Stevens Tech 53
Yeshiva 77 Long Island 'U. 69
American U. 94 Fair.-Dickinson 70
Oswego 66 Queens (N.Y.) 63
lona 59 Colby 52
Lemoyne 6-Siena 65 (ot)
Pratt 72 Cooper Union 43 i
CanUius 68 Col. of the Pacific 59
Scranton 104 Lafayette SI-h o
Kentucky 97 West Virginia 91
Oklahoma St. 63 Ohio' St. -59' (ot)
. r Blue Crate Tournament
N. Carolina 78 Northwestern 6
Notre Dame tl Louiivllla IS
' Birmingham Clastic
Auburn 79 Alabama 60
Texas A and M 74 Wyoming m
Citadel 93 Miami (Fla.) 77
Georgia 83 Florida St. 72
Maryland 68 Wake Forest 65
Tulahe 65 Centenary 55
Florida 78 Florida Southern 63
Georgia Tech 92 South Carolina u
Vanderbilt 87 Dartmouth 71
V.Madonna 69 Pnhndle AaM 64 ot
Catawba 49 Troy (Ala.) St. 47
Loyola (Md. 59 St. Fran. (NY 47
Tennessee Tech 91 La. Tech 72
SE Okla. St. 71 NW La. St. 69
Jackson St.- 100 Morris Brown 7S
Murray St. 80 Mississippi 60
Spring Hill 81 Toronto 63
Illinois 83 New York 78
Michigan 82 Delaware 58
California 68 Wisconsin 53
Michigan St. SO Nebraska 55
Purdue 55 South Dakota 44
Marquette 70 Creighton 49
Kansas St. 68 St.Joseph's (Pa.) 55
Butler 81 Tennessee 66
Evansville 86 DePaul 77
Wichita 82 Southern Cal 70
Cincinnati 57 St. Louis 50
Washington 81 Iowa 68
Dayton 69 Eastern Kentucky 68
Worth Carolina St. 66 Kansas 63
Wish. (Mo.) 60 Missouri Mines 53
Drake 78 Colorado St. U. 66
S. Illinois 94 Western Illinois 92
Detroit 68 Western Ontario 51
Texas Tech 80 Missouri 70
Tulsa 84 Hardln-Simmons 78
New Mexico 79 Santa Barbara 73 73-Oklahoma
Oklahoma 73-Oklahoma Qity 63 Iowa St. 56 (ot)
McMurry 86 NiM Mex. Western 67
Drury 65 Arkansas College 60
Texas Wesleyan 80 Pan Amer
Mcpherson 61 Phillips U. 59
1- Homan $3.80, $2.80 ';
2 Alpina $2.80
.-- :.. Second Double: $14
V EIGHTH RACE
1 Highland Prince 42.80, $3
2 Joyero $4.80
" Quiniela: $7
1- JDon Lucho $4, $3
2 Cervecero 18.60
v One-Two: $122.40
1 Dependable $2.60. $2.20
2 Ragazza $2.20
1- Ben My Chree $8.60, $3.60
2 Jump Quick J.20
, One-Two: $11.20
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL" LBAGUfi
I earns K CV
Kings ......,.,x 2
Carta Vieja, ....2
Marlboro ....... 2 2
Cerveza Balboa 1 1
8 25 25
; TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium: First gam; Carta Vieja ifftjfyfor son
1-2) vs. Kings (Donnelly 2rQ), Second gams: Marforo
(Robinson 2-2) vs. Cerveza Balboa (ScantIebiiry0-2)
Came time: 5:30 ).''
; YESTERDAY'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Kings 10, Marlboro 4
SATURDAY NIGHT'S RESULT.
At Olympic Stadium:. Carta Vieja 3, Ceryeza Balboa 2
By VICTOR M. CAREW
Pepe Osorio came close to pull:
ing off the, best defensive play of
the season, Saturday night wnen
he raced to right center in pursuit
of a long drive by Dave Jacobs
with Wlutey. Schmidt on first in
the eighth frame with Cerveza
Balboa ahead ;2-ir,' t f""'
Pepe. at the last second, lung
ed and grabbed the ball as he lell
to the ground with the wrist of his
gloved hand bent beneath his bo
dy. So great was the pain on the
wrist that Pepe despite his de
termination, could not continue to
hold onto the bali and Schmidt
was-able to score the tying rua
as Jacobs pulled up at third with
Minutes later, with Carlos
Thome having replaced Maranda
on the mound, Jacobs scored the
winning run on Bill Kern s sacri
fice fly to center.
The Brewers made better use
ef the few scoring opportunities
they had on Saturday thin they
have been doing recently. Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez with a tingle, batted
in the first Brewer tally, and
Clyde Parrit, the other half of
thit duo, accounted for the oth other
er other run with a sacrifice fly;
Lefthanders have been respon
sible for six of the eight defeats
suffered by the Brewers. Dick
Luebke has beaten them three I
times, Bill Prout' tice and Rob
ert Milo once. The only portsider
to face the Beermen and lose has
been Vibert Clark. t
The Balboa Dower seems to be
shutoff as far as long ball hitting
is concerned. In the earlier stages
of the season it was a frequent
occurrence for the sluggers of this
club to drive the ball against the
fence and, often enough, over. Al
though there has also been a
marked decrease of long blows
by the other clubs he Kings have
displayed the most of this kind' of
hitting of late.
Cerlot Thorne't relief of Ma Maranda
randa Maranda in the eighth might have
been successful if he had pitch
ed Bill Kern lew. Rthieving in
late ihnihgt, with the tying or,
winninjf rtirr tearing pot tion,
callt for knee high pltchet.
Thete pitches reduce the pot
tribility of the ball Waving the
infield, whereas pitches above
the waist are contidered ideal
for long drives.'
i 1 v oOo
Marlboro, with Charlie Beamon
on the hill, failed to stop jthe sur surprising
prising surprising Kings yesterday Beamon
was wild in his debut, and, ap apparently
parently apparently in 'an attempt to shake
off this wildness he came wer too
good and was hit hard. The Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles righthander, despite
all this, is considered to be a pret pretty
ty pretty good twirler.
Dick Luebke, in beating Marl Marl-bor,
bor, Marl-bor, dispelled the theory of ma many
ny many fans that a southpaw couldn't
go the distance nor win against
the Smokers. Just as a good hit hitter
ter hitter is good against any kind of
pitching, right or left hand, so is
a good pitcher against any kind
of hitting. Luebke, in all of his ap appearances,
pearances, appearances, has shown good con control
trol control and is seldom behind the hit hitters.
When manager-catcher Let Pe Pe-den
den Pe-den had to leave the game in the
third inning because of an injury,
the sparsity of the .Kings' bench
was Significant, Second baseman
Frank Austin was forced to. take
over behind the plate. Frank, as
an amateur, was a catcher. He
did an adequate job although we
wondered why the Marlboro- base base-rvfnners
rvfnners base-rvfnners didn't try some base steal
ing. It remains to be seen just
how long the Kings will -continue
to look good without adequate reserves.
Oregon St. 71 Indiana 69
Stanford 53 San Francisco U. 45
UCLA 54 Colorado 54
Brigham Young 75 Santa Clara 65
Pepperdine.ee Whittier 50
Nevada 3 Sacramento St. 29
Idaho St. 80 Arizona 58
Colorado Mines 07 Adams St. 59
El Camino'63 Pasadena 50
We8tminttrUth'73 E.Oregon 68
Grand Canyon 74 Clare.-Mudd 57
Regit 86 Loyola (Calif.) 4S
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MONDAY. DECEMBER it, 1951
Eastieiir Grid' ffitte;.
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Cronin, Bought In KC Brewery,
'H By HARRY GRAYSON v
1 Ww YORK -UNEA)'Whn
Joe EJgel paid ?th Ksmis City
' club $7,500 for Joe Cronin in July
,;cof 1928, the -(amoui scout inspect inspect-,ed
,ed inspect-,ed thai,, Height, tpve. short shortlist
list shortlist Engel, the' old pitcher,
' could not possibly foresee was
tKat he was purchasing a manager
nd general manager. Jy
who wrs to .be sold for -J25C,000.,
v, a .kid who Would marry the boss
daughter, a member of the Hall oj
Fact and the next president ol
the Americar League. -'
s ever baseball success story
- 'iflw that of Joseph Edward Cronin
1 after a miserable start.
- Engel.v who has since operated
"the Chattanooga franchise, wa
drinking, beer with George Muel Muel-bach
bach Muel-bach and -others in the latter I
Kansfel City, brewerr after the; -year-e'i.
Cronin' i had.- fJWm
afternoon. at ahortatoprThe f ans
all but booed him out of the parK.
Muelbach commented that- M
was shipping the boy to Wichita.
V Why Wichita? Why. not give
him to me?" -.asked .Engel, by
way .of setting up a bargain, base-
ment deal. ; u i
Muelbach was astonished; but
kne; Washington was in-a fix for
a shortstop, and believed he was
stealin? mow, when he uppea
the'.: price to $7,500.
Having closed the transaction,
Engel was efraid to ) tell .Clark
tjttw yJirk If you failed to
catch "The Magnificent Mtnuse
lah," starring Archie Moore, you
missed the TV show of the year.
This was classic melodrama, re replete
plete replete with classic fureis,- sua sua-pensef
pensef sua-pensef 4 situations and sentimental
' -splendori .-,!'' .'' y i'
All the standard stage ; props
were there, including the surefire
conflict, between,, s,ge, and youth.
But there iwas also sometnmg
' else and it-was $is that gave .it
distinction, vitality, even mobility.
A proud, aging cnampion, en en-rapped
rapped en-rapped nearly JJftold,i Impe Impetuous
tuous Impetuous ambition i!Of.; youth, .found
himself fighting not only Jor h
fistic life but, what was- morf im important
portant important to him, ithe dignity and
emlnenet et bic professiqoak po position.'
sition.' position.' :- .i -.rr
Nothing iii sports is so produc productive
tive productive of inner turmoil and emotion emotional
al emotional turbulence as the .sight of a
time-warped veteran fighting bis
way back from, the rim of disas disaster,
ter, disaster, 'craftily 'jplaymg for-time as
Wi -and weaves. ) sidesteps
and holds, waiting for the fog to
lift, his limited stamina m reium,
t timos such as these the row-
dy old sport climbs, out of the
muck and walks -with the ; gods,
4nr. no matter what the purpose,
courage, valor, fortitude and hon-
must b' eaually admired in
all forms of human endeavor.
- Hips re. in fact, the sare in
eredients, refined and polished
'from which literary masterpiedes
r fashioned, and since man a-
lone is capable of investing them
with reality, only -sndbbery, or
Worse, intolerance, would repudi repudiate
ate repudiate their existence, however rare,
in the professional fighter
For old Archie- this wa a glo
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Grifith what he had done. He had
been warned againtg acquiring r
jects, "especially that Cronin.
Young "Joe had been rented by
Pittsburgh,- you see.
BUT ENCEL KNEW THAT Cro Cronin
nin Cronin had been sought by Charley
rious moment, triumph; for T
Viewers, a moving experience;
and for some it may have been
strangely revealing. An isolated il illustration
lustration illustration of how skill and spirit
can overcome adversity may not
be enough to justify these prun prun-ordiar
ordiar prun-ordiar exercises, but at least it
ought to explain : the continuing
spell they hold for some of us.
Because the fascinating Moore,
Mbse ige 'ttan"imbiguous 40 to
45, has made a career of scorn scorn-ina
ina scorn-ina tradition and mocking prece
dent,, it Should BO! pe surprising
ihf iinirtr mot old fifehters. he
r""y: "7T. aia-, -u ih.
is ame w use a uu uuucu
out quiCKiy ,aii"8
True hn ran be StODDCd, IS
Rocky Marciand ahd: Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson demonstratedjiVand n,..for
that matter.can a younger ngai
er who is hit hard and often
uyiah still, nnlv Patterson di
patched him without extraordinary
ittnrt ana In the lieht of this fel-
low's bumbling performances in
tihcannpnt tnatchet With medlO-
crities, there is a tendency lo sus
pect he may nave- oeen aweu tjj
fortuitous circumstances. ;
Certainly. Marciano made Ma
task no harder by, getUng to
Moore first and outlasting Jum in
nin.. (rrm rounds of unremitting
savagery. A man, of 20 could not
have survives sucn an oraom
without certain penalties, and
Moore was 40. or close to it, at
Yet here he Is, still around, get
ing off the floor, again and a a-in
in a-in stiffen audacious vounfl-
sters like. Canada's hard hitting
Yvon 'Durelle, enriching his im
mftncn Mtmnatence with' an ele
ganCe and elan that male him
. ..ii i.t.. mtv M train "T
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Graham of San Francisco, "and
was plucked off th Bay area lots
by oe Davine, a fine judge. Engel
also nad seen cronin jaeia oetore
his sad afternoon in Kansas City,
knew he would grow bieeer and
stronger and had as id he would
hlt.i --- s:r- !" 5;
. Anyway, Engel decided to take
Cronin to Griffith' personally after
writing a letter to Mildred Ro Robertson,
bertson, Robertson, the owner's niece, adopt
d daughter and secretary, v
"Am bringing hone to you a
real sweetie. U s Joe Cronin, so be
aoued up aoout Wednesday ,v or
Thursday to meet him. Tall and
handso ct. Hold all our mail
Don't show, this to anyone. Yours,
Joe."-, v-, -., ;
" Cronin had no clothes worthy
of a first appearance so : Engel
gave ue lap one ei nis suits.
Grifith hit th ceiling when E&
gel i showed up with Cronin, but
could do nothing more than go
through with what he considered
a bad deaL Turned out, he had
acquired a .34 hittina shortitoo-.
plus a scn-ln-law. Mildred Robert'
son, you see dolled ur
TOM YAWKIY 1ROUGH CRO CRONIN
NIN CRONIN from Grifith ia Book-Cadillac
Hot' elevator during the
woria aeries oi
'what will you take fCi Joe Cro Cronin?"
nin?" Cronin?" asked Yawkey, between
i "Why, Tom I wouldn't sell Cro Cronin
nin Cronin for t ouarter of million!
ejaculated Grif. n
"It's a deal renli th m
multi millionaire owner fo the
Poston Red Sox. .' i
"I'd hav to have a shortston.
too" countered Griff.
"OK," said Yawkev. "You have
what Yawkev didn't know was
that Cronin was about to marry
vrru a jaauinner.
"What Grif aid the tnihHe
didn't know," reeal)j Yawkey.
'was that I was lookinf for some some-bne
bne some-bne who was much more thsn a
shortstop and manager, I was look
ing for someone to run all my
Joe Cronin now runs the entire
American League; and as its pre president
sident president will win inn ever biger po po-pularlty
pularlty po-pularlty contest. i; r
US Da vis Cup
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PERTH, AustraUa (UFI) The
U.S. Davis Cup tennis f e' a tn,
buoyed by V its 5-0' sweep" over
Italy in the mter-zono finul, left
for Brisbane Sunday night and its
datz with Australia's, perennial
champions in the challenge round
The Yanks completed their
whitewash job ; on the Italians
when Barry MacKay of Dayton,
Ohio, rallied oto defeat Nicola Fiet Fiet-rangeli,
rangeli, Fiet-rangeli, 6-4, 3-8, 5-7, g-, 14, and
Alex Olmedo of Los Angeles
turned back Orlando Sirola, M il,
6-1, 6-4, in Sunday's concluding
singles matches. ;.
Olmedo emerged as the hero of
this tune-up for the world series
of amateur tennis. The Peruvian Peruvian-born
born Peruvian-born Southern v California student
also' won his opening a ingle t
match against Pietrangeli Friday
and then teamed with Ham aico
ardion of Arlington, Va., to win
Saturday's clinching doubles test.
However, MacKay s gntty come'
back victory over Pietraneeli Sun'
day left: Perry Jones, non-playing
captain of the U.S. souad. with the
aame problem he faeed before the
inter 'zone matches:
Can Richardson, a diabetic, pity
three tough matches in three
dayse .'- .-,
Although he ia the nest ex
perienced eup player en the U.S.
squad, Richardson appeared Be
low par ia his opening singles
victory over Sirola. That's why
Jones jumped at the chance to
use MacKay in the concluding
singles matches, permuting Riea Riea-ardson
ardson Riea-ardson to fly to Brisbane a day
ahead of time,
Australian tennla experts are
cuessinf that Jones will use 01
medo and MacKay in the singles
matches against the Aussiee and
team Riehardsoa and Olmedo in
the' doubles. . r
MacKay came through magnlf
ieiently in his sinaleg match
against Pietrangeli. He feug&t
back from; match point in the
fourth set to tie the Italian at z-
all, and then used hie- booming
service and an iron nerve to win
the decisive fifth eat. y.
1 believe today a match was
the most -. important rye ever!
played from my own point ot
view,':; said MacKay at the end of
the tense struggle. "It really gave
me renewed confidence. I fel I'm
right at my peak form now.",
Hlidav Sewt St. Peterskmrt. Fla
N. E. OkU. SS. 19 Arizona St. 18
Caspar Bewt Temae Aris
Southwest All-stars 22 ;
National Al-SUrs 13
' Jr. Caiftea AH America
' Steefctort. Calif.
Colts -Choice ;
To Mn First
NEW YORK. Dec. 22 (UP!)
i'm scared w aeaw of the Bai Bai-Othore
Othore Bai-Othore Colts.' coach Jim Lee
.lowell- aaid today. But. how
:ou:d you believe him after what
lis New York Giants did to the
jieveland Browns during one of,
..he National Football League s
' The Giants, two games' be-'
hind the Browns after the 1958
season was only five weeks old,
topped their late-season surge
'yesterday by shutting out
Cleveland In a playoff for the
Eastern Division title, 10-1.
That triumph, only the second
shutout recorded against Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland in its 13-year history, gave
the Giants the right to entertain
Baltimore's "Western Division
champions for. the league crown
next Sunday at Yankee Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. And although the Giants
whipped the Browns on success successive
ive successive weekends to reach the cham championship
pionship championship game for the second
time in the last three years, the
oddamakers. backed Howell's ap
praisal of the Colts,
The bookies Immediately es established
tablished established coach Webb Ewbank's
hlgh-scorins; Colts 13-10 choices
to defeat the Giants and win
their first NJ-L. championship.
'The Giant forced yesterday's
olayoff when they Wed for East-
fern honors by edging the Browns
here in a snowstorm in the nnai
regular season came a week a-
go, 13-10.- New Yora's oeiepsiye
unit starred in that game. Yes Yesterday,
terday, Yesterday, with the flayers battllnd
for a Jackoot that could hit
1800,000 for next Sunday's win winners.
ners. winners. New York's defense really
sparkled In 25-egree weather.
Howell said ne was airaio oi
the Colts because "they have the
best blocking in the leaeue and
a great passer in John unites."
Coach Paul Brown, who does
n't have to start planning for a
championship game for the sec second
ond second time In 13 pro campaigns in
two leagues, said New York's dei.
fens wrecked Ms' Browns; i I
"When they shut you ent,
you know they must be su super!,?
per!,? super!,? Brown said. fTly im'
plt jnverpowered ear men Indi Individually.
vidually. Individually. Yen saw a tine team
out there', gentlemen."
" The Giants handed the
Browns, their only other white white-weshlng,ln
weshlng,ln white-weshlng,ln 1950. The Giants won
both regular season games wun
i;he Browns that year Just as
they did this season but lost a
playoff for the Eastern crown,
The Giants wouldn't be de denied
nied denied this time .handing the
Browns two defeats in a row for
only the fourth time since they
were organized in 1948.
BHS will entertain Cristobal for
the Tiger's league opener Mon Monday
day Monday night st the Balboa Stadium
This will be ihe first of six
games to be played between the
two hiih schools. Fans of the in-
terscholastic league will this year
h riven a real ooDortunity to get
to know the personnel on rneir ta ta-vorite
vorite ta-vorite elub. The season has been
lenghtened to 13 games.
The Bulldoes will be going into
this game with two victories In the
bafc They slid into first place last
week downing J.C. 5-0. Thursday
afternoon Balboa ..Highs took Ft.
Amador l-l ls an exhibition game.
At the end of three innings the
Troopers led the schoolboys 3-1.
At this staie of the lame Amador
hurler Castleman had struck out
seven and had given up but one
M and one run. From here on
Amadof substituted freely. They
allowed the nuuaoes seven runs,
mot of' which were unearned, in
the sixth frame. The final score
WSS tO 5.;;
Mike KUooer witched tha last
four innines aher reHevins Woodv
French, and rot wed't fo the w'n.
Havnes and CssMetnn led the
soldiers in Nttin each Retttn one
for one. Shwsrfcrfiek. and Palak
led the BulWo h'ftjn" attack with
f or and-1 -tat t respective respectively..
ly.. respectively.. V' -;.. ',
1 Since the season is still in ear-
lr stares. n eoncw Hneupsvare
available for the CHS-BHS game
Monday nieht It is expected that
Coach Horiae will go i-dth a bat battery1
tery1 battery1 combination n v e 1 v i n g
Schoch. Wine. Kirkland. or Gar
eia for Balboa.
CAachi IngramT eolng into 'Ms
frt ame as CHS basetll mentor
will be expecting good tnillage out
of his established stars, such as
Kblig. Vinas, and Humphreys, and
LISTEN to this quote from
Coach-of-the-Year Paul Dietzel oi
LASU: "to, I wouldn't, ever con con-aider
aider con-aider coaching at Notre Dame or
Southern Caluorni."i, w ',The
prestige wouldn't be worth the
Quote from another LSUer, pro
eager Bob Pettii: "1 already have
my Sugar 'Bowl tickets. The
Hawks Piay in St. Louis on the
30th and Jan. 3. . x I'm hoping
depends on how we're going.
Explanation by Esco Sarkinea.
the perceptive Ohio Stale, end
coach, on what makes Rose Bowl Bowl-bound
bound Bowl-bound Randy- Duncan a great
passer: "It's not his ability to get
the ball there in thefirst place. ..'
it's the unique talent of spotting
his second receiver, and quickly.
. ..But is AU-American uuncan
tnhe best throw and qb Esco hss
seen this year?. "No. that'd
have 'to be Don Meredith of
SMU." '.V-f. Duncan's unhappy o-
ver his No. 1 draft by the Pack Packers.
ers. Packers. Perry Como, presenting Sarkl Sarkl-hen
hen Sarkl-hen in connection with his All-A
merica telecast, didn't have as
much trouble with the name as a
contest secretary. .who once
answered a query by Esco and
addressed it: "Miss Esco Sarki-
Cincinnati-V. (already qnite
touchy about its basketball re
cruiting) not hurting the cause
around twon by issuing 35 cards
to SS influential citizens making
them honorary coaches. privi privileged
leged privileged to coach from the stands
at least that's what the cards
say. .and if you're a bearcat for
Bearcats; this is how the Cincy
frosh stack up In height: 6-10. 6-9
6-6, 6-6, 6-3, 6 0
Ernie Banks is changing person
al managers on the advice of
Joe Louis. .with the Brown
Bomber scouting for a new man
to handle the Cub slugger. .
Buddy Ddial, the Rice hot-shot
end, is from the fringe of Texas
Big Thicket north of Houston.
you know, where Roy H arris
comes from. .and knows all the
Harris clan well. .also advises
not to mess with Roy's young,
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY -OF BENEFICENCE;
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Extraordinary Drawing No. 2076, Sunday, December 21, H58
The Whole Ticket Has SO Pieces
0857 304. M
Approximations Derived From First hire.
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34S 1,0.0 (381 1,000.00 (353 l.SW.M i 35S l.OM.O (358 1,000.00 3( 1,(00.0 2 1,000.0 03(4 1,000.00 MM !,
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
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W M H SS SMJ 278S 3M.M 178 300. M 478 300.M 578 UM 7SS 30 M 8TM JMM 7M INN
777S 200.0 778 200.00 7782 2M.M 7784 2M.M 7787 tM.M 7789 2M.M 7791 20 M 7793 2M.M 775 2M.M
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Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawinr were sold at: The 1st Panama, 2nd Cblriqul and Srd Panama
The Nine Hundred whole Tickets ending in 7 and not incl nded in the abovajlst win One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each
WITNESSES: Lucas H. Victor Ced. 47-S676S
GUberto Peres Ced. S-27507
UftTt, The' winning tlcketr with th lut clphot and with th two lut
riU I C elphtrt apply only to the Pint Prl. ','
111 Pint Prlto and th 2nd and Srd Prize ro drawn wparatcly. Th ap, -proxtmatlon
aro calculated on. the Flrot, Second and Third prize. In caie
'ticket nhoiild carry th number of each prhie. th holder 1 entitled to
claim payment tot each. .!.. 'wH''
DRAVIKG OF THE 3. STRIKES
t. Sunday, December 21; 1958 1
.Drawing Number 777"
First Prize .
pretty sister. .saw her pick up
160-pound weights, after a boy
irieno failed, and do a full press.
. .Dial, drafted by the Giants,
hurt by the smart-alecctag given
him in the New York press. .
Reactioi. bvArmv'x Pet ni.
kins and Bob Anderson to a week
end in New Yo-k to xelp cele celebrate
brate celebrate theh All-America selection:
"Man, we're out of the cage.". .
(West Point, if it's cot tn hn v.
Braves pitcher Gene Conley, now
sitting them out with the Ronton
Celtics and grinning : "I get a a-bout
bout a-bout as" much work in this as I
did playing baseball last summer"
. .(he pitched 72 innings). .
Celtic mate Jim L o s c u t o f f :
'What're you comolainins ahonto
You get paid in the winter and
summer, foi sitting on the
Yankee Gil McDougald can re remember
member remember when he was a cage star
at Commerce High in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. .and both Loscutoff and
K. C. Jones of the Cel s were kids
at the same school hoping to get
a chance to play
. Every kid who turns ud at Sv-
racuse is bound to get compared
by: The Governor of the Province of Panama JOSE A. CAJAR
The Representative of the Treasury LUIS CHANDECK
PRIZES ARE PAID WITttOCT DISCOtJNTS ORTAXES,il
with Jimmy Brown. . .but the
Orange have a frosh halfback
bamed Ernie Davis, 200 pounds
plus, who's just as good -Vat the
same stage. .a fine student and
campus leader. .and the only
kid Ben Schwartrwalder claims he
personally recruited and locked
up for. Syracuse. v
Rugers' great season wasn't a
flash in the pan. .if the school
goes along with John Stiegman,
Ceritral Ave, No. 15-107
"A CALL FROM PAUL"
LES PAUL and his Trio
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
v frdk 12:15 to 12:30 p.m.
your Community Network YCN
No. Prim No. PriiM No. Pritao No. PrizM No. PrlMt No. Prini
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4157 3MM 5157 300.00 0157 300.00 71S7 300.00 8157 300 00 157 Sfl.
4257 300.00 5257 300.00 S257 300.00 7257 300.00 S257 300.04 92.17 300.00
4357 3,000.00 5357 5,000.00 S357 1,000.00 7357 5.0M.M 8357 ; S.MM.M (357 5,000.00
4457 30t.t4 S457 300.00 457 300.00 7457 300.00 S457 300.00 M57 3M.M
4557 300.00 J557 30 00 (557 .:. 30.S 7557 300.00 8557 300.00 557 300.00
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4757 300.00 S75T S0.M 75JK 300.00 ,7757 300.00 8757 30. 757 30.
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JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public. Panama
' "J" P"1 aeeordadto with the Official Lbt of Panama to
the oftlcea of the National Beneflclent Lottery tltnated n Central A venae.
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2077 WmCHnrVlTX
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1951
' Divided in two aerie of 24 fraction each denominated "A" and "B"
. 1 First Prlie. Serlea A anil B of
1 Second Prlu, Serlo A and B,
,1 Third Prlie, Serlea A and B, of
., iB Approximation, Sorleo. A and 1,
.f Prlioa, Serie A and B. of
;y M FrlzoattSerle A and B, of
v-100 Frle,;Serl A and B. of
IS Approximitlons, Serlea A and B,
S friioa, Serle A and B, ot
IS Approximation!, Sari A and B,
S Prix, Serlea A and B. of
' Price of a whole ticket $26.00
.Price of a 52nd part;. ............ 40.50
it's sharp young coach, it'll &
right up among the East top in independents
dependents independents in football. .
: Between you'n'me,' Cus DAmatit''
is at' it again. .has Floyd Patter-.
son in intensive training. .and'
has hired and paid a capable op opponent
ponent opponent to stage a priavte batthi
in the gym to give Floyd tho thorough
rough thorough action he needs. .and lit
not offering in public. ..." v.
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78.M each aarla 14,00 00
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NEW ORLEANS, Dec 22 (UPI)
Segregation at New Orleans
sprawlin? Citv Park has ended.
The park general manager an an-nouncerl
nouncerl an-nouncerl vesterdaj that all legal
means of hunting a supreme court
iiandate had been exhausted.
"We have reached the end of the
rone," manager Ellis Laborde said,
following the annual meeting of the
park boarri of commissioners yes yes-terriav.
terriav. yes-terriav. "The mandate from the U.
S Sunreme Court became final
Laborde said the commissioners
adonted a resolution at the meet meeting
ing meeting recognizing the hieh court's in injunction,
junction, injunction, and "instructing the park
manager to rarrv out the expres expressed
sed expressed iiidement of the court." The
rpcniution was passed unanim unanimous'",
ous'", unanimous'", he said.
"This means that Negroes are
nov nermi'ted to use all the park
faiUt,io th tennis eonrts. the
haseba" fields, the go' courses,
th amusement r'des. .all the faci facility
lity facility T.af'orH' id.
"Th RV'timi"" Ttonl rlosed at
thi t'me nt vpar." he added.
"t won't be able to say anything
UJor Vnrc TOO
JERUSALEM, flsrael SectOTV SectOTV-(TTTT)
(TTTT) SectOTV-(TTTT) Jordan has barred more
thsn 100 Israeli Christians from
crossing the border 'nto the old
rit to celebrate Christmas in
Hothlehem. official sources said
Tb s0urce aid nearly '000
TM'ifrinn ontiir1 to enter Jordan
Pee. 24, but when the annroved
l'V was shown to Tsreli authori authori-tie
tie authori-tie it contained onlv 1.737 names.
The sources said Jord'n had
given no reason for reiecting the
remainder of the pilgrims the
largest number turned down since
the crossing arrangements began
several years ago.
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SP4 Priest, 84-2154 during duty
FOR SALE: 1957 MGA Roadst Roadster,
er, Roadster, spoked wheelt, ww tires, low
mileage, $1495, SP4 Priest, 84 84-2152,
2152, 84-2152, during duty hours.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1954, 4
door sedan, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, radio, signal lights, mecha mechanically
nically mechanically perfect. Call Nw 2201
till 3 p.m. 3218 after 3 p.m.
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.
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodde Coro Coronet,
net, Coronet, four door sedan, five good
tires, excellent condition. Phong
FOR SALE: Mercedes-Bern
190SL sports coupe convertible
in like new condition. Taxes paid.
Priced for immediate sale. Call
Mr. Keerers at 3-7234 or Hotel
El Panama room 418.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1958
Plymouth sedan, like new. Phone
?-?-4, 0599-A, Bayano Street,
STEEL PRODUCTION RISES
TOKYO (UPI)- Red China
claimed today its 1958 steel pro pro-"""'on
"""'on pro-"""'on !! passed the 10 million
mark, more than doubling last
yeai-'s output and setting a rate
"unprecedented in the world."
GINGHAM PIN-UP It's turning time backward for Connie
Towers. From her real-life night-club career she goes back:
to Civil War times for a movie, "The Cavalryman," now mak making.
ing. making. She rides on a 600-mile raid but not in this costume.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
"SlXAOLA" Dec. 27
"ItUA" jan. 3
"YAQUE" Jan. 19
"S1XAOLA" Jan. 17
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
"FRA BERLANGA" Dee. tl
"METAPAN" Dec. 28
"SAN JOSE"' Jan. S
"PARISMINA' Jan. U
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger Ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA i
To New York and Return I240.M
Te Loa Angeles and San Franeisco and
Returnlne; from Lot Angeles ......... I270.M
To Seattle and Return 8365.00
FOR SAL!: Larie Double W
mahogany Wardrobe with full
length Mirrors on each ooor. Can
be seen at 241 -A Coco Solo or
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, stove, suitable
for any home, lampt, books,
bookcases,' 5 sofas, 20 chairs,
breakfast set, 10 piece mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany dining room Suite, 3 kitchen
cabinets, misc. .Hems, wardrobe.
Call Mike McCafferty 3-0140.
FOR SALF: Bamboo and ma mahogany
hogany mahogany drop leaf dining table, 4
chairs. African vfoleti, Balboa
FOR SALE: 4 pe. Rattan living living-room
room living-room set, quartermaster beds
with mattresses, 3 pc. Samson ite
Luggage, baby play table, high
chair, small diningroom table,
wooden dresser, call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: 4 piece English
solid silver tea Service, well over
100 years eld.'Phona 3-702?.
FOR SALE: Leaving, livlngroom
set, one month old, without use,
give away price, one couch bed.
one refrigerator, one lamp. Call
3-7028. Servlcios y Colocacie Colocacie-nos.
nos. Colocacie-nos. Comare do Comercio.
FOR SALE: One upholstered
green armchair, $35. Perfect
condition. Phone Balboa 1485.
' y ti k i
is one newly introduced Christ-:
mas toy which harried mother!
will view with pleasure. Instead1
of a strewing type it is a pick-i
er-upper. Rubber tip of tub
forces marbles inside when
pressed down on them. Thus
they are stored m tube rather
than on floor. Pistol grip han handle
dle handle is just for fun. j
FOR SALE Lime Oak T. V.
Delux 21 inch, like new. Coco
FOR SALE: Small Upright
piano, standard key beard, very
good condition and ton $375.
Dodge Kingsway sedan 1951,
RCA, Hi-FI player console power
tools, Gsmbea 6-336, : house
FOR SALE: Hobby Horse, Si
strand Rattan eoueh. electric hair
dryer, all in excellent condition,
Phen 3-5396. -''.
Buy 4 'stereophonic records of
same price and get one FREE.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, 87th Street
FOR SALE: Beautiful, new
Japanese broea, da cape evening
wrap. Reversible white and silver
black and gold. Albrook 86 86-4298.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Moneayo
paintings camera, Kodak maga
sin 8 mm. House 6333-A, Las
Stereophonic records, Christmas,
classical populars. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A. New
shipment, just arrived,
- 'A ',
FOR SALE: Canaries and Par,
keet, iust arrived frem Holland.
Phen 3-6271. 50th street, be between
tween between 94th and 95th.
FOR SALE: American files
electrical train with 4'xS' table.
FOR SALE: Boy's 26" English
Hercules bicycle with gear-shift.
Practically new. Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE: 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 l On girls bicycle
Raleigh, 3. speeds, large sie, 28
inch, like new $35.00. Phono 2 2-S652
S652 2-S652 aftr'4:30 p.m. daily r
anytime Saturday or Sunday;'
FOR SALE RCA HI-FI blond,
console, like new, $15; phone
Gives your family comfort for
Christmas. GIBSON AIR CON CONDITIONERS
DITIONERS CONDITIONERS from H h.p. up;,
low amp., and regular units at
prices and farms to fit any bud bud-gat.
gat. bud-gat. TROPELCO, S.A.
FOR SALE: New air-cndfitia-r
A.M.A.N.A. Manor,' IVi h.p.
14,000 B.T.U. Fort Kobbk 5272.
OR SALE: Webcer Regent
Tape recorder, 3 moths use, 1st t
model: 3 speeds, $150.00. Phn
HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI)
Whenever Arthur Mulhern wants
mushrooms, he heads for the
floorboard of his car, which has
sprouted three crops of them so
Explanation: As part of his
park department job, Mulhern
tramps over a lot of mushrooms
and he figures they grow on the
floorboard because "I doh t sweep
out my car too often."
FOR SALE: let 500 and 1.000
metars, in the Nmve Hipodrm
Urbanisation, across Mi Remon
Raeetraek. AU lots with street
fronts.' swsg. water main and
letrleity. Call W. McBarnti.
Ts 3-2567 i, '
' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A", DIABLO
T: IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL; CX
, PHONI BALBOA 3709
FOR SALE: Three week l
puppies. Pure Bred Springer
Spaniel. Inquire 60-4647, 48th
Street. BelU Vista, Tel. 1-6936,
MATJRICIO DE CASTRO, &
Panamanian no wmaking his
home in New York City, has
joined Frederick B. Ayer and
Associates, a worldwide air aircraft
craft aircraft dealer of thatl city, as
sales manager for Latin Amer America.
ica. America. He will be in charge of
selling or leasing Ayer's Con Con-vairs
vairs Con-vairs and other .aircraft. A
graduate of Harvard Prepara Preparatory
tory Preparatory School in Los Angeles, 36-year-old
De Castro studied
business administration at the
University of California before
joining; the U.S. Navy in which
he served during world War
II. De Castro has many rela relatives
tives relatives on the Isthmus.
For Belirf Riots
BERLIN ;,..( UPI) The-Communists,
blamed the influence' of
Elvis Presley "yesterday -for a riot;
in which Soviet zone souths threat
ened to kill an East German, sol
dier in Halle.
The official Halle Communist
newspaper, "Freineit," said the
not occurred Tuesday- and 100
Communist People's policemen
had to be called out to clear the
The newspaper; said .the police,
investigating the homes of one of
the ringleaders, .discovered he had
been to West Berlin and had
brought back Presley rock 'n
roll records. ct''JVn, .'. X' vv
The Communist paper said the
unidentified youth,1 even "possess;
ed s photograph" of Presley, now
in the U.S. Army stationed in
Germany, complete with 'the rock
'n' roll singers autograph. ;
FANCY YANCY-One of the
sharpest -looking troubleshoot-
ers on the TV screen these days
is one-time movie stunt man
Jock Mahoney, who plays the,
title role in "Yancy DemngerTJ
Pnmdipg Jove interest is Fran--J
ces Bert: en. A WesternT A
Southern, soiv. New, AteansJ
Jbn vc;. l .,;. 14
Protect your bom and preps r
. ty agslnst Insect ,dis"
Prompt aclantrfi traatmant sjv
margency w monthly kgt h
basis. Tlphn Pront Srviev' y
Panama I-797T Celosi 1777.
. MAN OVERBOARD
(UPI) George McNeil stepped
out of the way of an oncoming
car and suddenly found himseU
in the Connecticut River. McNeil
is a ferry attendant.
, ORISKANY, NX, iauti);f
Fire ChiefratlSSmitti "said "I
don't knowt tf tie experience was
worth if '...after'; he got fhance,
fo? the first timeln 28 yars to
drive the village, fire mfX$$&'$
The flrtVwa at his own hoifta
and It caused a estimated $100
:.' iA':; "i''ff"5i
Cold Front Sweeps Through States
As Icy Temperature Welcome Winter
Experienced,, operators for corrugated
carton machinery to operate the follow
ing equipment t p
S & S Cprrugator
Hooper Multi-color Printer. Slottert
Specialty, cutter-creasers : ;
Semi-automatic Taperg& Crluerg ;
Semi-automatic Stitchers 1- f -Fully
Please write full particulars and
.experience for an interview to
Industriag San Antonio, S. A.
Box 5540, PaAama, R. P.
-HEW YORK, Dec. 22 (UPI)
Snow and cold scattered over sec
tions of the nation yesterday to
herald the arrival of winter.
Although winter officially made
its debut at 3:40 a.m. today a
bone-chilling cold front ..hugged
much of the eastern naif of we
nation Sunday. But the frigid
temperatures were moderating
from the plains through the Ohio
and Tennessee Valleys. ..
Temperatures dipped to freezing
and below as far south as north northern
ern northern Florida, and weathermen in indicated,
dicated, indicated, another round of frigid
readings last night before temper temperatures
atures temperatures rose.
The mercury fell to 10 degrees
above zero at Gordonsville, Vs.,
and Crossville, Term., while Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., was chilled to 28
degrees and the 30s were numer
ous from Baton Rouge, La., to
But the sever cold was con confined
fined confined to the northern ,v states,
where International Falls,: Minn.,
recorded S3 degrees below lero,
Si''.0' fit St, A'
Newport, Vermont; 2 Mow, end
Caribou, Maine, 20 below.
Scattered lijrht snows accompa
nied cold winds that howled over
the Great Lakes region into the
Appalachians. Snow also fell over
Ohio to West Virginia, and on
Nantucket Island, off the Massa
Another belt of light snow ex extended
tended extended from the Dakota s through
the upper Mississippi Valley into
Wisconsin and northern Illinois. At
Chicago, a very light snow add
ed to the hazard of wet, slippery
Across the north, the cold front
which reached only cold wave
proportions in the northers tier
of states since its arrival late in
the week froze melting snow and
slush, creating travel hazards for
Scattered rain pushed over the
West Cosst from San Franeis
co northward, .while the South Southwest
west Southwest and the southern and t cen central
tral central Rockies basked v in sunny,
mild weather,;--. ;.vv..v
NEW YORK. Dee. 22 fUPD
Stocks carried their advance into
further new-reeord! high territory
at a fairly active ooenine in tin.
the shortest day of the year and
J.L. .1! a A m i w
sne snonesv urees: or ine year.
Net gains dominated a broad
list and extended to more than a
point. Some of the oils slipped
along with oils in London when
Venezuela boosted its take at
zoreign on revenues.
, AUir Ind
: Advocate Asbestos
' Amer Motors
Am Tel and Tel
, Canadian Eagle
Cerro de Pasco
v Cities Servic
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
-El Paso at' Gai
Harsco: Steel si.
. Imperial Oil
Int Petroleum. '
Int. Tel and TJ
Pan Israel i
' Pantepec Oil
Pure Oil y
. Reynolds Meta!
Royal Dutch Shell
I Shell Tfind T
;, Signal .a and (fsi A
- Stan Oil N.J.
- Sterling Predston
; Texas Gulf Prod
Unit Canso Oil
US Rubber '
The greatest assortment in town
MORRISON'S and LIWIS SERVICE
B6th acres frem thi eld Ancon P.O.)
OAXACA, Mexico, Dee. 82 (UPI)
- A bus loaded with Christmas
shoppers werturned on the Pan
Amencao highway 40 miles south south-east
east south-east of here yesterday, killing 72
persons,;, and:;injuring two in the
worst trafjat accident in Mextco'g
history. '' r'?-
All of the Tictiint- wehe believed
to be Mexicans. ,
The speeding bus overturned and
plunged over a six-foot'bank paral paral-Ifiling
Ifiling paral-Ifiling the road when the driver
swerved in an effort to avoid two
persons walking down the high high-Wa"?i
Wa"?i high-Wa"?i Th! two Pletrians and 70
were killed,:, sv.y
The only survivor, the nj-
tor of the bus and a n-muu
Indian gvel passenger, were se seriously
riously seriously Injured.
;Y :;:;V'-V" -:';' '.4 :' -j
- The dead included Julio Ortii
Diat, th owner of the bus line.
Alfonso Perez, Governor of
Oaxaca Province, 4 sped to the
Scene to tonsole th srievin r Na
tives who converged on the spot to
mount ui vicams 01 the crash.
Sixty Of the bus' nanatnamrm
were Indians returning from a
Christmas-shopping tour of umbjr
Tlacolula, ; v J. :
ANNOUNCI WllKI.Y FLIGHTS
JIfvarwv"rrl;-?,'' m'tli k'.lL..
tuAivr win. -m Barrel TOTDO-
passenger nlanea snnn Hil
fin makins wekklv minrf-trirt
flights between Moscow and the
North Korean capital of Pyong.
yang, the Communist New Ouna
new aaeaor said tods, f
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MONDAY. DECEMBER 22.4951
-THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER-"y
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In 1922, then were
506 military aircraft
accidents for every
100,000 hours flown.
In the 1930'7a f
i 7 of all ..:
iuitcq in a acarn.
down, but deaths
14.7 (Fin 1 6 mw.
PRICE OF PROCRESSThe terrific speeds and complexities;
of modern military aircraft are increasinclv tavinir the hiiit '
of man to fly them. Yet frequency of accidents hat. steadily
ieclined, as Newschart above shows, even during th Jet a( s
which began in earnest about 1947. On the other hand, fatali
ties have increased. Today 23 per cent of all accidents result
In a death. The story is the sam on the material side. la
1947 less than a third of aircraft involved in major accident
were destroyed. Today it is 55 per cent
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Today's JV Program
J:W CTN NEWS
1:15 Dtnah Short
3:30 High Road To Dnr
4:00 Mr. Wlrurd
4:30 SANTA'S WORKSHOP
1:00 Roy Rogrn
1:00 CUyton ChrUtmM Party
:00 Prlc ll Rlj!ht
9:.1fl Stan, of Juiz
10.00 Amntfur Hour
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:13 Encort: Ed Sullivan v
7 311 It Could Bt Yo
8:00 Robert Montgomery prwenti f
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A U.S. ARMY HELICOPTER delivers Santa Claus to the Balboa Stadium, as part of the Christmas Good Turn Program where the
"Jolly Gentleman" spread good cheer and happiness to all the youngsters. (Official USAF Photo)
Youngsters From Pangma Orphanages Enjoy Movies, Sweeis
As Canal Zone
The roar of Army and Air
Force buses permeated the air
it 8 a.m. Saturday, at the Balboa
Stadium. Shrill voices filled the
ir ii 450 Panamanian children
nrnhanaeei in the
Panama City area debarked
from the buses and marched in into
to into the stadium.
-The occasion was the annual
program of the Canal Zone Boy
Scouts known as "Christmas Good
Turn." Present at the stadium,
tmder the sponsorship of the Ca Caul
ul Caul Zone Councl of Boy Scouts
af America, were Cub Scouts,
Boy Scouts, and Explorers Scouts
from the Pacific side. The Scouts
also brought as guests their non non-ec'outing
ec'outing non-ec'outing friends to participate in
the program, t 9 a.m. Santa
Claus arrived in an Army heli helicopter.
copter. helicopter. A parade formed in the Sta Sta-Uum,
Uum, Sta-Uum, was led by a color guard
from Trooi 15, Albrook, who car carried
ried carried the American and Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian colors. Following the colors
was jolly St. Nick who had trans transferred
ferred transferred from the helicopter to an
Army jeep, the Panamanian
guests, and the Scouts and their
friends. Ed Lucas, institution re-
fresentative, and members of
'ost 5 provided an honor guard
for the distinguished civilian and
COLOSSAL DOUBLE PROGRAM 0.50(2
Present From CENTRAL T81
STORY OF TODAY'S
Prohibited for Minors!
Unni lull ID PHY
tiwi j invni hi
Enjoy the comfort of the
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theatre m the country and see two wonderful
h -:, pictures.
Boy Scouts Do Their 'Christmas Good Turn
The Canal Zone police aided by
Boy Scouts directed traffic and
saw to the general safety of the
large group as it made its way
to the theater. Santa acted as
master of ceremonies for the
theater program. He introduced
Father Schumacher of Albrook
Air Farce Base who delivered
the invocation in Spanish and
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. John B.
McElheny gave a welcome to
the visitors from Panama and
extended seasonal greetings. Ru Ru-sell
sell Ru-sell Wise, well-known amateur ma magician
gician magician and employe of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company entertained
the crowd with his 'Mystics of
The Dorese Waites School of
Dancing presented 15 minute
dance program, "capers of the
Season," followed by a cartoon
movie provided Bill Mallory, man manager
ager manager of the Balboa theater. Rev.
0. W. Olsen of Uie Balboa Union
Church delivered the benediction.
As the guests left the theater,
they were provided with sweets
before returning to their homes.
The goodies had been packed by
Mrs. Rita Nilsson, Den Mother,
and her Cub Scouts. Santa advis-
"THE SOU OF
most modern and luxurious
ed the youngsters he would visit
them again and deliver toys and
food stuffs, he was unable to
bring these items with him as
they would have overloaded his
The Scouts on the Pacific side
will help him deliver the boys
ana looa stuffs to the various or
phanages in Panama
The toys and food ahd ben col collected
lected collected by Curundu Boy Scout
Troop No. 7, under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Scoutmaster Lugo, and
Grady L. Hesters, assistant Scout Scout-master,
master, Scout-master, Maj. Stover, neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood commissioner for Fort Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, and his Scouts assisted in the
toy and food collection as did
Bob Roach, Scoutmaster and his
unit from Daiblo, and Scoutmas Scoutmaster
ter Scoutmaster Blakel and Assistant Scout Scoutmaster
master Scoutmaster Higgins and their troop
and Albrook Troop 15, Many oth other
er other units participated, including
Scoutmaster Biava's Scout unit
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Saturday afternoon under the
sponsorship of the Canal Zone
Council of the Boy bcouts, the At
lantic side had a similar pro
gram. Participating in the pro
gram were the orphan guests
from Cativa and Colon, Cub
Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Explorer
Scouts. This program was under
the chairmanship of Navy Lt. S.
A. Clark and CWO Clyde W. Pop Poppa.
pa. Poppa. Santa arrived by reindeer and
sieigh at the Margarita Little
League ballpark, ; then the guests
and scouts proceeded to the Mar
garita theater. The Panamanian
guests were welcomed and enter-
tianed with a guitar solo, a ma
gician act and a movie was pro
vided. After the Panamanian
guesis len me tneater. they were
provided with vfruits and sweets.
Food stuff and toys were deliver delivered
ed delivered to the Panamanian guests lat
er in tne day.
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De Gaulle Again Proves
He's First With French
PARIS, Dee. 22 (UPI) Gen.
Charles De Gaulle proved again
today what he is first in the minds
of his troubled countrymen by
sweeping to election as President
of Firance for- a seven-year term.
De Gaulle won four out of five
of yesterday's electoral collesre
votes just as he won four-fifths
a the popular vote for the consti'
tution of his new fifth republic last
He thus became the most pow powerful
erful powerful constitutionl chief of state
in France since Louis-Napoleoiv
who was elected 110 years ago.
Louis-Napoleon later staged a
coup d'etat and proclaimed him himself
self himself Emperor Napoleon III.
No such stunts are expected of
De Gaulle who frankly remarked
last spring: "Do ;ou think I would
try to become a dictato! at the
age of 67.
De Gaulle was elected president
by an 81,754-man electoral College
made up of assejnbly deputies,
senalo-s, departmental general
councillors, mayors, municipal
councillors, and for cities over 30,-
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000 population, specially-deslgnat
ed supplementary delegates.
His opponents offered o n 1 yr
vuKen resistance, rne communists
presented George ; Maranne, 71
Mayor of the Paris "Red Belt su suburb
burb suburb of Ivry, and the -non-Communist
left put jp Chatelet, a 75-year-old
professor of science at
Final official figures showed De
Gaulle got 77.5 per cent of the voe
in metropolitan France, 81.45 per
cent in the overseas department
and 97.04 percent in the overseas
member state" h: the French com community
munity community of nations which he also
DeGaulle received 62,338 of the
electoral college1 ballots, Maran Maranne
ne Maranne 10,354 and Chatelet 6,722. Un-ofi--i
.-stir-tig from French Poly Polynesia
nesia Polynesia gave De P Gaulle all 54 of
tne oauots cast there.
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This weather report for ths Zi
hours ending l a. in. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
;; r Balboa Cristobal
High 88 85
Low ......... 72 77
High ........ 95 92
Low 54 58
(max. mph) N-17 NE-22
RAIN (inches) 0 x .0
WATER TEMP: 'l "'
(inner harbors) 79 82
TUESDAY, DEC. 23
LAST DAY!-. 75-'46
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