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Something "new in Christmas
parties took place on Balboa's Pier
18 yesterday afternoon when a
group of Army freight supervisor
and Canal terminals officials stood
treat for hot dogs. nd beer for 350
' From 1 until 3 n.nt .." the suner-
Intendents and the stevedores im-
: nibed; thnstma cheer together. ;
A "It was just -a private party.'
one of the hosts said. ."Somebody
f ot the idea and we decided to do
Those who hosted the affair were
1j. i MacPherson. C. E. Ewinc.
Jack Cai'michael. Robert Blaney,
josepa ,Kneney, Robert Turnerv R.
Steele. Jerry J. Reardon,- J. B.
; Honey cutt and James Munden. ,
Today was Christmas market
bag for the Cristobal Woman's
Club. More than 1950 large market
bags filled with foodstuffs, cloth clothing
ing clothing and toys for children were dis distributed
tributed distributed to needy families of Colon
by the club. J r
, The gifts were presented from a
room of the Colon Unit of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club in New
Cristobal. Contributions .were col collected
lected collected by the Cristobal Women's
Club and by school children on the
Mrs, Robert A. Allan and Mrs.
Perry' Francy were co-chairman
fir the project.
The -Cristobal Women's Club re re-'
' re-' members-needy families "of plon
every Thursday with food parcels
which have been-contributed by
varioti organization 'on lie Isthr
mns, merchants of Panama City
' and Colon and club members. Each
. year at the-holiday season the spa spatial
tial spatial package are distributed.
Jerusalem, Jordan; !..
(UPU Officials predicted today
hiuwut tafli''f Christmas
f 'pilgrims to'nTJtoly Cltlr'to ten
Y,"-f srearsr1 "-. ' wt
They- eltimated some 6,000 per persons
sons persons would come to- the ancient
tity of Jerusalent. for the eurreni
western Christmas and the Greek
' uary.- j -,
Expected .from the ''neighboring
f States' and' Souto. America. About
3,000 of them will cross through the
Wandsaum : gate," from Israel,' in in-'
' in-' eluding foreign; diplomats mem members
bers members of the Christmas community
In Israel and Israeli Arabs; who are
Christians. -'.' .
Jerusaleny hotels, capable of ae ae-eommodatlng
eommodatlng ae-eommodatlng 500 -persons, have
lven booked' up uice September.
The Jordanian Tourist Department
has made1 arrangements with
mono- nrhrftt hnmns and hotels to
put up pUgrims. ' ;
-POSTAL CLERKS at the Balboa
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- mail received over-the weekend by plane and ship. Most or the mall seen here was sorted and -distributed by the end of the
. regular working day yesterday although postal clerks m all do st offices worked overtime during Sunday. More than 3000 sacks ;
,- of parcel post and letters arrived on the Isthmus by .plane, ship arid transport Saturday and Sunday In addition to 4000 pounds S;
of service mail brought in on a military transport. In addition there was a large shipment of freight. Work -on the Heavy
Christmas -load was started immediately with, .most nostal workers putting in several hours of overtime. Slandllnit of the In-,
'tomlng packages and leters began again Sunday morning. Postal authorities, who believed that this would besthe .last heavy &
load of Christmas; mail to arrive on the Isthmus before Christmas 'day, predicted that all mall would be sorted and dlstrU dlstrU-buted
buted dlstrU-buted b-tomorrow. Canal residents receiving leters and packa ges have been reminded to clear their post boxes and. take del-
K ivery-of packages as soon as .possible'- after receiving notica -of arrtvaL-IS!t:f't",T"- :&U'Mk 'iw-T,
WASHINGTON, Pec' 23" (UPI)
President Elsenhower ; today
delivers his annual-Christmas
message of peace to the world
and throws a switch lighting
tne nations unnsunas tree.
The .tree- lighting 'ceremonies
in- the -"President's Park,K lm
mediately behind" the White
House grounds -were part of the
nun annual pageant or peace,
, Today's 'brief message of
-peace Was overshadowed, in
" part by similar mesasge to
the. world broadcast In the
President's voice by the Atlas
satellite as it whirled around
the world in orbit last week.
' This year's national ommu-
nity tree was a 75-foot Engle-
uiaii apruco irom 11D0V. Mont...
and was the largest tree In the
pageanra history. The ceremony
heralded the formal opening of
the .Christmas season in the
nation s capital, x
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, IVhite House employes from
parage mechanics to protocol'
experts were entertained yes yesterday
terday yesterday at eoffee and cake
Christmas party hosted by
the President and Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. t
The nearlv1 lfinnrmimher
the staff received, their annual
wnstmas gift a nrint of
an Eisenhower painting of a
weathered red harn.
Christmas carpis were piped
bt. loudspeaker throueh the
where s 12 rChrMnnu tTMi nriit.
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Jonn XXIII announced today he
would, pay a. Christmas visit to
prisoners in a Rome jail and to
the sick in two- hospitals.
Vatican authority ait tho
planned' trip to tt prison- was un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented inn oapaL Jiisfow.
The Pou-wh ln
bishop of, Rome, Said h. would
visit-tne; 4,000 men -and 'women
prisoners' -in. toe' grim Regina
Coeli (Queen of Heavn Prison.
He also will call on the' sick, at
v.. u.ura otni( iiiuiy apiriif ana
me -visits and fhif raVHivT
their announcement were typical
Of Pope John Who h nnvliiraul
himself above' all a pastor. X"
He received about. 180 Roman
parish "pries ty .in audience and
jovially remarked tO'them that he
would leave the Vatican for the
visits as "part of his Christmas
season. The Pontiff appeared ia
high spirits. J
The Pope did not announce the
exact times for Visiting the hospi-1
tals and the prison.' all of which
are close to the Vatican. But he
Jndicated the' calls would be made
Post Office wrestle manfully with a record load of Christmas
awu(,u pucs ia ua past navei r n 1 c ,r 1 i
brought spiritual eomfort to 'the f" ipiTnn m,i. nti. .m in ti mnm nniiuiui i.m ixmrnw"" ',''..-:'
supreme, pontiff; aCth Roman V VV '.V f'V" Vf &S A -Tr' I B 'iL'A A ''H.
Cathpuc church freely Visited a t :A 1" -;.L 'V y AVV AC
prison to attends th spiritual A V, 'tV ' ,f 1 H ULLCl
PC Deck Foreman
John Whipple Dies
k Balboa Home
John W Whipple,"dock foreman
for the Panama Canal Navigation
Division, .died at his home on Em Empire
pire Empire Street, Balboa, r during his
sleep- Monday, night. He. was 59
years old, n w ;
Mr. Whipple -was l und dead In
bed by his wife. Ruth, when Mrs.
Whipple went to call him Tuesday
morning, -. v j
He was born la Emporia. Kan
sas, and came to the Isthmus in
1930 as superintendent of the Fuer-
za y Luz Company's sas plant. In
December, 1940, he joined the ca
nal organization as an iron worker
in the Building Division. He later
worked for the Maintenance Divt
sion as an iron worker foreman
and for Contract and Inspection
Division as a construction ins
pector, i .
In January, 1954. Mr.; Whionle
transferred to the Navigation Divi
sion as a docK foreman, a post he
held at the time of his death. .'
In addition to his. wife the-former
Ruth Hookins. lie is survived
by his mother,: Mrs. May Whipple,!
vuaini mini, ,vai.i uauKnier.
Mrs. Batty Gomes, of Santa Clara,
Cal., a son, Lt. Comdr. Fred E.
Whipple, who is stationed, with the
Navy at Fort Mueue. Cal.; and hv
three- grsndchildren, i
Alt, '.llfiwhflirtrvsf found-driWnr md-
tanat Zone Lodges TAX&A.M'.
Funeral services will be annnunc!
oA lstaf y
CZ Youth, Back ;
L A charge of reckless-drivimr will
P neara sihoa- Magistrate's
Court this afternoon 'aeainst'an A-
mencan who came home from the
States to be with his family for
Robert Smith. 20. was drlvlne
ms smau sedan along Bruja Road
at T;30-on the-night of Dec. 17
when he .lost control.
The' vehicle turned over but
Smith was not injured
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BULLDOZERS are already at
RP Fishing Doal
Found By Freighler
iTb'e Panama fishlnjrpost tltfle
abled off Cap Mala -yesterday-by
an i incoming snin;oouna
o.n.ma rnl. The fisher .-had
bee .drifting' fop. Id oysjSoUj
food, and water bad run bwtr' it
m, yjwi an fla t freighter' Ka
ren Naess radioed to Balboa that
she had picked up the Panamanian
crafts ana was xowing w iui.
The two vessels reached the out out-er,
er, out-er, anchorage late, this, morning.
In Hs preliminary1 mesaage re regarding
garding regarding the rescue the .Norwegian .Norwegian-n,v.0H
n,v.0H .Norwegian-n,v.0H freiphtp- said the crew's
condition was satisfactory.
. The little Shebai Is owned 1yia
Panama City, concern. Wilford
and McKay are agents for the
Karen .Naess, - s.
parcel post packages and other
work on' the Wes t Bank approaches' section of the Balboa Bridge
" (Photo: Ken Jones)
All Canal Zone Schools. Class-;
es resume Jaft, 5.
x Licrariejrcitm -mt fvmttP
open on regmar jcneauii eatur.
day.' - ry -r
,Bowliitv alley; FUtetet&.Naval
District annex, i ?
Bowllnsr' alley. Fifteenth Naval
CHRISTMAS DAT LATER
All rasoline stations.-, closed
Dec. 25, 26 and Jan.. V
Bowlirief Center at Balboa.
Margarita 'and" Diablo Heights,
closed Christmas Eve, Christmas
uay, New Year's Eve and New
Year's Day." :. ; r-
outpatient clinics at oorias
and Coco solo hospitals, closed
Dec, 25". 26. and Jan. 1.
All Army and Ait Fore Ex
changes and commissaries.
All post Offices: iDec. 25 and
Panama Canal retail stores:
Dee. 25, 26 and Jan. 1.
8 Panamanian Firms,
On US 'Freud Orders'
'Eight Panama city firms and
an American resident of the Re
public are listed in a report Of
"Foreign Fraud Orders" printed
in the Dec. 4 issue of the "Pos "Postals
tals "Postals Bulletin" issued by the U.S.
Post Office Department. A' ,t
A Balboa Heiehis. sookesman
said yesterday that names list listed
ed listed in the regular notices of for
eign and domestic fraud orders
are tnose ror wmcn neitner tne
UJ8. Post Office Department nor
the .Canal; Zone Posts Division
wllfc ;,make transmission or de
livery of mail matter.
AlLfliail items aaaressea to
persons or 'firms listed in the
fraud oraerg are returnea io
senders..:4. '.-:V';-P ':i!.'r
Most of the ftrms --listed in
Panama seem to be variants of
the names of one or two con
The' names listed in the nana
order are: a
Inter-Amerlcan Savings arid
Loan Association; J.nter-Ameri
can savings ana ixan Associa Association;
tion; Association; -Inter American Savings
and Loan Assn.; Inter-American
Building and Loan Association;
also ?. h.:i''
I Asociacl6n Inter- Americana
De Ahorros y Prtstamos, S.A.;
Asoclacidri inter-Americaria. de
Prdstamos y Construcclones, 8.
A.: Sociedad Inter-Americana de
Ahorros y Pristamos, S.A.; arid
i Phillip Barman,', president;" P.
p. "Box 4236, Panama City, RJP.
1, Reportedly Harman has beeh
connected with several business
ventures In Panama, v including
ah auto-washlng service. -v
It is understood the issuance
ot ; fraud i. orders barrlnf u the
handling by U.S, and C.Z. postal
authorities of mall addressed to
certain, persons and concern
a move to prevent the use of
these postal systems to defraud
investors and otners
Vhat s Closed
Alii Army and "Air Force Ex
changes from 9 a.m. to 8 c m.
Panama Canat retaa stores
ntU ft.n.m4.y., v-; yry-.
Panama Canal retail stores.
resrular hours. 8:30 a.m.-tO 12:30
p.m., 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m
, Balboa Gas Station, Tegular
' CHRISTMAS DAT
Service Centers, open at regu
lar hours on jail holidays.
j,; Dec. 26
iPost Office service windows
for delivery of parcels only
from 10 a.m. to noon, l to 4 p.m.
Dec. 25, 27, 28 and Jan. 2, 3 and 4
Special midnight trains leav
ing Colon at midnight and Pan Panama
ama Panama at 12:10 a.m.
To Have Christmas
Dinner At Gamboa
Arturo Mendieta, 21, Panama
nian, wno DroKe ms paroie aiter
conviction for involuntary mans mans-laiishter.
laiishter. mans-laiishter. will eat his Christmas
dinner in Gamboa penintentiary.
There will be a fine meal witn
many other foods at the penal ins institution.
titution. institution. But after its .over Men Mendieta
dieta Mendieta will -have to stay around for
a While. .
In U.S. District Court today his
probation was revoked and he was
ordered to tne pen tor a year.
The condition of his probation
imposed on June 12, 1956, was that
he maintain good behavior and re
port to the probation officer. f
' BUl since last June nc nas nut
reported. It was found he! had been
convicted in Panama of several of
At Korean Front
For Pad, Son
WITH U.S. 1st Cavalry Divi
sion, Korea .(UPI) A father and
son from Colorado will celebrate
this Christmas toe ether in the
front lines along the border if
North and South Korea.
Chief Warrant Officer John D.
Driskill was recently assiened to
the 27th Ordnance Battalion of tne
1st Cavalry Division, only a few
miles from his son. Pvt. John D.
Driskill n of the 23rd Transport
Battalion. Authorities arranged for
them to spend the holiday
together j.; .s'w
Here Ori Friday
B.'T. Connolly,' Australian gov government'
ernment' government' Trade Commissioner in
jTrlnidad will spend five days in
Panama from- Dec. 27 to inouire
into' the possibilities of increasing
Australian trade here.
. He will stay at 1 Panama Hil
Fqr Balboa Bridge
Using a special cnrome-olated shovel. Presisnr'
Ernesto de la Guordia. Jr..
earth next Tue-.dn to start the actual construction of
the high-level Cxed bridge across the Panama Canal at 1
Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter, the PresidenVf
host for the occasion, will use a similar shovel fa lift n
second scoopfull of symbolic dirt. Both shovels are Being
specially chrome-plated in the Canal Zone shops. ;
Both top-drawer laborers who should know better, ;
will be late on the job. Cat skinners on non-chrome-plated
bulldozers have been at wofk there since shortly after the
contract was awarded Dec.' 15. v
Af ter Tuesday's ceremony at the Junction of Thatch-
er Highway and Far Fan Road, there will be little hand
shoveling for the huge brirfge. Most of the work will be -done
by heavy machinery, run by skilled operators, or' by ;
other types of highly-trained technicians, such as strueV '
tural stelworkers. ( yf
From time to time the Canal has pointed oat that the
construction of the bridge would not provide a great numS
Dr-oMoDs, -especially for unskiUed.Jaborers.,, Panatna Y
Contractorv Sommer who fcwdKnflh tfct prfer
edntrflcharjeonfirmed this.i : .v-f
fiommer' nrm-Usald- lodav
tnere wm oe lew extra jobs
available to Panamanians In
the initial stages of the. re
parations for .the building of
the bridge. t
The contractor, who has al already
ready already cleared much of the
area in preparation of earth earth-moving
moving earth-moving operations on the
West Bank has been besieged
by job-hunters since his op operations
erations operations started.
The lob-hunters are beinsr
torn inai mere wui be no mr
ing until after Jan. 2 and then
there will not be many Jobs, al although
though although there wllLbe vacancies
for skilled men such as heavy
Contractor Sommer Plans to
have at least 15 pieces of heavy,
earth-moving machinery on the
site as soon as possible for the
speeay, dry-season, job of clear clearing
ing clearing the way for the West Bank
John Duncan, superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, said that they are now
engaged in eutting pioneer
trails along the bridge ap approach
proach approach route and the course
of the by-pass road, and cut cutting
ting cutting off the brash and trees
in prpearations for the earth earth-moving
moving earth-moving which will start in
earnest sometime after Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. --
President De la -Guardia will
be accompanied to 'the bridge bridgehead
head bridgehead by : his cabinet, Including
Minister or fudhc worKs Ro
berto lopez Fabrega, who has
nancued the liaison between
Panama and ; the .Canal Zone
regarding the Bast Bank ap
proaches ; of the bridge.
On the eastern approaches of
the Canal, the bridge will have
three roads of access. One will
lead to the Avenue of the Poets
along the Panama. City water waterfront
front waterfront Another will connect with
4th of July Avenue and the
third will lead eUrw to Bal Balboa.'
boa.' Balboa.' ; 1-
Preliminary ground clearing
and construction of a detour
road was started last week by
Sommer, the successful bidder
on the big fill for the West
Sommer bid 1385.000 for the
work which Involves excavation
of 374 cubic yards of material.
The approaches must be dense densely
ly densely compacted, and the whole
job must be finished in 150
days from Dec; 15.
Within a few davs. another
contract will be advertised bv
Dr. Eric. R. Osterberg, chief of
me division of preventive medt
cine and quarahtine, returned to
the Isthmus this week from New
York where he is attendinc the Co
lumbia University School of Public
Health and Administrative Medt Medt-clne.
clne. Medt-clne. ---..j.., ;
He will spend two weeks in the
Canal Zone before returning to Co-lj
lumbia to complete a graduate I;
course in public health.
will move the first official 1
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the Manama rfen&r rimn.v''
theIonger and mora eomplicat- v
ed tast' approaches. v
PanCanal Jobs Drav
$75,832 Lov Bids f
tow bids totalintr $75,832 were
offered on three Panama Canal
Company projects by Anf-my,
Leggiere and Blldon, Inc. rha -bids
were opened yesterday afJ -ternoon
in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The work included the ln'.
terior painting of the Admin
istration BuoUdintr at Rniiwa.
Heights; the replacing of thf
piling and fender systems ag.
Balboat and Cristobal; and the?
palntirtg and repairing of tha
steel radio tower in the Cris
tobal Pier Area.
A low bid of $27,497 was mad i
on the' interior painting of tha;
Acunimsiration Buuaing by Leg--giere.
Other bids rahrin from
$33,000 to $47,737 were offered
by Tropical Paint Company.
Brouwer and Company, Pacifie
Contractors, and Guardla and
This project will be coordlnafc--
ed with the air-conditioning;
and lighting work now being
performed in the Admlnlstra-
tion Building under anothef
Blldon was low with a hw f
$47,726 on the extensive work'
or replacing of piling and.
fenders in Balboa and Cristobal,
Wright Brothers, of Colon, with
a hid of $57,791, was the only
other contractor to make an of-
fers on the work.
The fender and Dillnsr svsterrt
replacement, scheduled for ap-
proximately every two yearst,' s
will include replacement ot, -fender
plies at the Thatcher
Ferry, piling at Balboa and,,
Cristobal docks and piers, and
the replacement of chock ,;
blocks, waler and hardwares. ..
. Leggiere made a low bid of
$899 on the work of repainting 3
ana repainng tne 125-foot stee
radio tower in CrlstobaL "Tha
work wiU include a fresh coat
pf orange and white paint, and
the replacement of all bolts
Bids on the work also ware
made ty Tropical Paint an
Industrias ITnldas. m
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THE MAIL BO
T. I would like to report a highway hazard which apparently
,was desitaed as a safety mtasuie. im talking about that strip
j?Oi .aiseu concrete just a little past Albrook toward Miraflores
Aiiis Dump in the read hag been annoyirfe me for some
-tlme, but was brought to my attention even more last wees
when I saw a woman driving in heavy rain hit the bump and
Z"ery nearly careen off the road.
f- I suppose the Canal Zone highway officials put the strip
l there for a good purpose, to separate the lines of traffic, which
-is a gcod enough idea, but I have hit this raised strip several
r times myself and have seen other drivers do the same thing.
,! yoa straddle the thing, it is dangerous to try to cross it to
.get back in your own lane.
'The way this concrete strip is built, it is nearly impossible
to run over it without throwing the car into an awkward posl posl-4tiofi,.
4tiofi,. posl-4tiofi,. ndangering not only yourself but any cars nearby. Of
course, nobody is supposed to hit it or run over it, but unless
you know the road well It's easy to do. Sometimes cars are
Crowded to the strip by buses or careless drivers.
r The strip is dangerous too because it's not clearly marked
rd easily becomes obscure in the bright sunlight, darkness or
. -If they need raised markers there, I fully recommend the
Mype used In Memphis, Tenn. They were round metal half -balls,
imbedded in the concrete. When you hit one of these with the
"tires, you definitely know you are trespassing in another lane,
but on the other hand, the car moves over them easily without
- 'the dangerof losing control.
t The highway people are always warning us about highway
safety. Maybe they ought to take stock of some of the hazards
"they may be creating themselves. T
According to "Losing Respect
at least one Panama National ouara ouicer nas a new
-rlnrlfre in nickino' un extra coin.
This tfuv sells raffle tickets to motorists who stop at the
checkpoint where he Is on duty.
What an enterprising fellow!
Ik He has to be given credit for coming up with a novel Idea
ior increasing his miserably low income.
3 His brother officers, especially' the motorcycle cops, make
theirs by -stepping a driver, on many occasions on some imag imag-":lnarv
":lnarv imag-":lnarv traffic violation, in the hope that the victim will suggest
'tactfully that the matter be fixed up without the case going
ito court. 4
"1 .Usually all the driver has to say is, "aw. officer, give me
i chance. How about a little present from me, and you forget
Jthe whole, thlnfe huh?" ,t,f.-i .w: N ''l
St. The' cop ml then shuffle rils feet; clear his throat, antffl-
nallv give the wrongdoer, with' much reluctance of course, a
'Chance -while he -stuffs-Into' a pocket, the couple of bucks he
Sbas lust grabbed from the driver's hand.
Motorists are more liable to run Into such situations be between
tween between saturdayafteriioons and early Sunday morning when
2tt Rood law men nQej! xtr& dough lorjheijye4HffleMe3
CHRISTMAS FOR THE NEEDY
- "Christmas Spirit" (Mall Box, Dec. 20i who. wrote about the
SWum tor mald&flr thincs haooier for some., needy 'f-WHrJWlsase
families has th spirit of Christmas giving; He has taken the-:
"trouble to runt up some recipients wno are reaiiy in neea.
, It's a gracious thing to bring some' extra cheer to patients
4n U. 8. government hospitals, such as Gorgas. the Palo Seco
-Leper Colony, Corozal and Coco Solo. But sometimes, it would
""Keeni thesn natlents who- already have clean comfortable beds
plenty of good-food and expert
Tatner neavuyr -wnne tne iruiy
Taungry and cheerless.
The associations arM clubs and Individuals who do some
family case work to reach the people most in need are the ones
"S?ho do the most good.
' For example, there's a Balboa schoolteacher and his wife
who for years have been distributing 30 Christmas packages,
"food, toys and clothing, to families of a little hamlet In the
rinterior where Santa Claus' pack is never heavy.
They renl rv. should have kudos, but they would find any
bllc recognition embarrassing.
' DEPARTMENT OF DOG lUNDLiG
wU If an occasional dig in the Balboa Clubhouse is all
"Doggone" (Mail Box, Dec. 20) has to worry about she must be
JMn"! a long happy life in this best of all, possible worlds.
f tbe dog annoyed her, why did she-riot ask the clubhouse
'Srtanager to have it removM? There must be 75 employes in
lhe Service Center, at least half of whom have the strength
".nd energy to get a dog out of the restaurant.
"C Some Canal Zone residents have a fantastic idea of the
.-'duties of the Canal Zone police. The police are to maintain
'law and order, prevent crime when thev can, catch criminals
If they get there too late. The cops also handle traffic and per per-,form
,form per-,form a flock of serious duties for nubile in general, plus huh-
dreds of little courtesies for individuals.
a If a policeman Is reoulred to get ft dog out of a. Federal
xiui'ding. we've gone too far in making wet-nurses out of high high-rly
rly high-rly trained law-enforcement officers.
Isn't there a janitor or
"who couM drive out a dog?
don't look ferocious, or very
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. ATOMIC PORTHOLEA technician peers through a thick,
ndlatlon-proof "porthole," wrucn win provide crew memoers
of atomic-powered submarines a safe view into nuclear reactor
4 compartments. Built with glass up to five feet thick, the port port-Jgjpole
Jgjpole port-Jgjpole are-made by Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y.
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medical care are remembered
poor on xne ouwiae go-
two, or a porter at the clubhouse
The animals I see around Balboa
By VICTOR RIESEL ;
Treasury men are deep in what
may become the widest national
probe since the 16th Amendmeni
made the U.S. government the ju
nior partner ol us all. Agents oi
the Internal Revenue Service quiet
ly and methodically are cheating
some 600,000 men ana women
all officials and employes of u-
nions across the land.
This is no dragnet. This is no
probe of labor. This is no effort
to hook the hundreds of thousands
of honest citizenry who draw
their pay and expense accounts
from labor organizations. It is one
facet of a survey of all tax-exempt
organizations. But this stea steady
dy steady check in the income tax bur bureau's
eau's bureau's 64 districts could eventual
ly flush out every single four
flusher making a fast buck out of
those unions invaded by the moDs
Regardless of the union and its
reputation, Treasury agents are
questioning every expense item
going back to January 1955.
Some of the unions which nave
already been sifted have had their
'53 and '54 books checked. This
means that most union records
will have been gone through for
the period preceding the McClei McClei-lan
lan McClei-lan Committee's smashing expo exposures
sures exposures a per.od during which the
hoods had no idea they needed to
cover up their records.. Ihey an
ran for cover towards the end of
'56 and the beginning of '57.
Yet there's a long job ahead for
the T-men. There are at least 485,
000 union officials in some 70,000
locals belonging to almost 200 na
tional 'and international unions.
But they all will be checked. So
will their employes including the
international organizers, and exe
cutive office help, ,.
All this came' out of the Trea
sury Dept's realization that all tax
exempt groups had grown like
Topsy, but a little turyy, too.
There are actually 150,000 tax
exempt organizations' in the U.S.
today. ;, ;
And the Treasury has been re
ceiving an average of 1,000 appli applications
cations applications a month for tax exempt
status from new outfits springing
up all the time. This seemed, at
the very least, to call for some
re-examination of the whole field
of tax free units. There was no
policy decision by former Secreta
ry of the Treasury -George Hum
phrey or Secretary Robert Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. : There was no intention to sin
gle out any group and' certainly
hot the unions. Labor is just one
Of. 16 narrow classifications, which
in turn, fall into six broader ones,
that had to be looked into. This
move developed long ? before Hie
McClellan probe or other Congres Congressional
sional Congressional investigations. a
: Actually it never was a drive
launched at a given signal. Prob Probes
es Probes in the various regions were not
coordinated at the beginning. But
gradually many, of the Internal
Revenue Service ityXHJ' tf '11,000
income tax auditors., began look looking
ing looking into outfits ranging over the
folds of .business, labor, fratern
at, civic, religous and charitable
organizations. Chambers of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, which are tax exempt, are
being examined as well as unions.
With the need to close loopholes,
the Treasury determined to find
where some of the 150,000 tax ex
empt outfits may have abused
their status. Some abuses have
been discovered. Action has been
taken. Naturally the exposures of
the McClellajfi Committee's coun counselor
selor counselor Robert Kennedy have been
followed. But here too the agents
have probed both the labor and
industry witnesses involved.
Those fast bucks, will have to
pick up real speed from now on.
SPANISH "MANTILLAS in black and white
SPANISH lace BLOUSES with sequins
Petit point JEWELRY Petit point BAGS
Also Italian ceramic JEWELRY
Trench beaded baps
Rising Cost Of
Ever since I.wm very, young
man. I have .been tascinatea,. By
those insurance ads that always
run in the .front of the magazines:
"How we retired k 15 years with
X dollars a month,'!
The picture over the title al always
ways always showed a handsome, young'
looking gray-haired man, dressed
in sports clothes and smoking a
pipe or toting a fishing rod. His
handsome, gray-haired wife was
smiling at him, against back backdrop
drop backdrop of roses or palm trees or
speedboats or something connoting
kt I recall cojld be wrong
the lirst one was: "How we re retired
tired retired in 15 yeari with $50 a
month." Then it jumped to a bun bun-dred
dred bun-dred a mouth, moved up to one-
jumped another -fifty bucks, anal
. : i it. ui
currently is; now we iciueu w
15 years'wi h $300 a month."
Some unholy ttraction drew me
o those ads. The body of the type
always said how old Charlie, was
retting along, hadn't saved any
money, or lost his dough in a
blue-sky gambl or used up his
savings on sickness or death or
education. All be could look for forward
ward forward to was a tired old ageplug ageplugging
ging ageplugging away at the same old job.
(None of these people ever seems
to have had a job they liked.)
But then one day while Charlie
was waiting for Peg or Nell or
good old Grace to get dressed for
the movies, he idly leafed through
a magazine and cme to his ad
about a person exactly like him himself,
self, himself, who had taken advantage of
the insurance company's retire retirement
ment retirement plan and now was living it
up in Florida or Cali'ornia with
out a care in the world, bo good
old Charlie chipped the coupon,
sent it away, and got back a book booklet
let booklet telling him how he, too, etc.
So today. Charlie's retired and
haopy as the clams ht digs.
This is a nreamDie to me mais-
putable fact, that the idea of a
eracious retirement has leaped,
in the psat,20 yjars, from a $100
to $300 a. moorn, Ji ne aream iia iia-ure
ure iia-ure of a safe old age. has. trebled.
I always favored some sort
systematic savings, myself, and
aeighed myself down more heavi heavily
ly heavily than I could really afford as a
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young married man, and added
more as time and money; allow
The boint is ,thii: I first start started
ed started paying in gold-standard dollars
in a post-depression economy and
continued to pay reasonably hard
currency in a gently mounting in inflation.
flation. inflation. I am still paying in dilut diluted
ed diluted currency in an ever-leaping in inflation.
flation. inflation. ...-.vj. ifv'..-.W:
When my insurance companies
decided to pay me off, when 1
have finished the 20 payments,
they will pay me off in the cur
rency of the moment, which X
will spend at the rate of the cost
of living at .theTmoment.;
U The gold dollars 1 paid out re return
turn return to me worth less than half
their old value, and depreciated
even further in terms of what
they will buy in today's market.
Is this fairty x
Through the years the insurance
companies-have had the use of
your money, to Invest and to lend
at interest, and to hedge -the
growing inflation by investment,
jthey, in short, have gone on with
the times, and, o are not hurt.'
In effect, a manwhu started-an
insurance estate 20 years ago n
almost being paid ef in coupons
insofar as the use the companies
have made of his. money is con concerned.
cerned. concerned. -i- -.- ,:
A hundred a month looked good
to me 20 years ago, if it was mon money
ey money I didn't have to work for It
look powerful puny today pos possibly
sibly possibly as pHny as 30Q will look to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. .
I' wonder, since the govern government
ment government "sticks its nose into nearly
everything, if some sort of legis legislative
lative legislative adjustment should not nor nor-ally
ally nor-ally be made some sort of pro prorating
rating prorating of the average year-by-year
value of the money as it s
paid intd an annuity or, an endow endowment?
ment? endowment? 5
I realize this will make me no
friends in the Insurance business,
but every time I pick up those
matazines I can't help but re-,
member that wheh I started buy buying
ing buying insurance, one hundred bucks
a month at thought to be e e-mwgh
mwgh e-mwgh for good old Charlie and
Nell t live out their days on,
and, boy, look at them now.
from La Merced Churrih
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WASHINGTON It looks as if
Sherman: Adams will not be on
Bernard Goldflne's Christmas list
-While Adams is usy wirttng nis
memoirs in his quiet New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire home, the New England in
dustrialist whom Adams claimed
as one of his dearest friends in
having- all sorts of trouble with
the courts, with Internal Revenue,
and with Congress. The power in
sidethe White House that once
protected him 1s gone, v
x More than this, t sneaking sus-
fidon' has crossed the mind of die
vicuna manutacmrer, accoraini?
to his friends, that maybe A-
dams was looking out chiefly for
himsell dunng the Congressional
' Goldfine can't help remember.-J
hif that ) whe Ae s first hired- Eft-
ward Bennett wjmams, tne noicn
trial lawyer, to defend -him,'" he
e;ot W call from Adams telling
him to hire Soger Brbh interl,
Robb is close U, the White House,
had defended several ;conflict oi-
interest"cases invblvinf high' up
admnistration officials., had been,
in effect, the attorney for Adm.
Lewis Strauss when the latter was
hear1 of the Atomic Energy Com
Goldfine followed Adams', ad
vice. Then he found that Robb'i
advice frat contrary to his Boston
attorney advice. Sub'eauentiy
Robb published a copy of his con confidential
fidential confidential memo to his, client,
which some attorneys considered
All this has caused tioidfine 10
eo back to his original choice
lawyet Williams. lAni he i. not
at all hapny about his old friend;
Inside re6n why President 'Ei 'Eisenhower
senhower 'Eisenhower did not challenger! the
Khrushchev statement to Sen; Hu
bert Humphrey that Russia, had
'ired a missile 8.700 miles was
because, CIA Director Allen Dulles
had1 wlready reported this to the
White House. .'
Dt'lles' radar tracking stations
in Turkey had tracked two tests
of these long-range missiles as
they plunged 4nta .the Black Sea.
Khrushchev, incidentally, c not
only brajged about the new, mis
a world of
sile but complained to Humphrey
that Russia Didn't" Kave t enough
space to test.out its 'missiles' even
though the. Soviet Union, has the
largest land mass of any nation
in the world.
Khrushchev also stated that even
the jet airplane was out of date
as a weapon. Missiles had made
them completely passe. '
The Sovfet chief spoke along the
same lines to Eric Johnston,, head
of the motion picture producers,
when they talked together on. the
Black Sea in October With. both
Johnston ap llumfihr.e? L h was
bitter against'Americah planesily planesily-ihg
ihg planesily-ihg along the Soviet Armenian
border. He claimed theyj were spy spy-ing
ing spy-ing "When a man pulls down- the
blinds of his house,'' said Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, "his fcdgWWc tides not come!
peepirg throughthoee blinds.
Whenever we catch onJr'of your
planes doing this yi will shoot
Generous conrrlbuftons 6ntihut
to come in for theGlinton, Tehn.,
schoolhouse to rebuild it as a mo monument
nument monument for law and order. The
National Bureau for- Lathing- and
Flasterin? ahd tht Tennessee Satte
Bureau for Lathing and Piaster-;
ing will contribute -all those' mai
terials and supervise the "work; for
the bombed-out portion of the
school. .The General Shale Pro
duct Corporation". of Johnson Ci-
ty.;Tehn., Glen, Bruce arid Geors
sen, executives. ; is -givinjr .,uov
bricks. .. .When Washington D. C,
School board- rules prevented stu students
dents students of the' Alice Deal School
from collecting "Friendship
Bricks." members of the "Pen
Club' under Louise-Haritman, pre
sident, cot around the rule w
holding a "bake' sale,? They rais
ed 172.50. .The industrial union
Department of the AFL-CIO con contributed
tributed contributed ti .000 each to the Clinton
and the Osage,: W;-Va.r schools,
also Jued insoirtng statemenis
regarding the contagion ol-yio-lence.
. .The Woman's Club of
Garrett Park, Md.,s wrote: "When
any house of religion is attacked,
all our churches are In Jeopardy,
II our freedoms are threatened.
When any school is bombed, all
i sr 'if k
I. 'iy ' 1 jxiil I "r
. Cifti gathpid from fdl ground tfii ;
worm; Eurupvf iaw, juunn ffcitu
oftcl of cour8etthe; U.SU Some-
thini here for 6veiort.
6ui'iiciwUtiemaincptn ilhiilP pjnJ
pur children varr in" danger. Be Because'
cause' Because' we bejdeye this. i. the time
for; righteous indication" we have
voted 7 unanimously to send what
funds we -have n our education educational
al educational fund to the Clinton High
, ,WASH!NCTON.pfPEUNI 5
' Governor Faubus has been hoW hoW-ing
ing hoW-ing secret strategy meetings with
close friends on the prospects of
organizing third4 partk in the
South. His friends Report that he's
PjWW (Jfhe Jdea fif stale stalemating
mating stalemating the Electorall CoHege and
throwing the entire I960 preside
tial election into the House of Re Representatives..
presentatives.. Representatives.. '. .Atomic .scientists
have temporarily, "abandoned -their
plan, to use a ., hydrogen bomb to
fas Va 'HTifiTso
They 'refrali theastSight'S
too many fish even create a
tidal wave.j However, they jre go going
ing going ahead with plans for an .under
ground blast inside a New Mexicrj
salt mound. They hope to contain
the atomic explosion within the,
mound aridse- the, energy releas released
ed released from the mound : to- operate, a
nower ipfant. . A delightf ul jnew
book just off the press has a
foreword .by Chief Justice Earl
Warren. ?It's written by one of
the great editors of California,
Torn Storlte, of the Santa Barbara
. -.Sen. Jack Kennedy of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts has nersuaded Sen. Sam
Ervin of North Carolina, to join in
sponsoring his anti. dynamiting
biff."4" KenneSy" was the first to
draft a bill as early, as last March'
Offering the FBI more authority to
crack down on school and church
STUNT MAN KILLED
MARSEILLE, France (UPI)-Rjgt
Froidevaux, a 53-year-old Swiss
stunt man trying to beat his own
helicopter-divin g record, killed
himself today in 160 : foot
plunge from a copter into Mar Marseille'
seille' Marseille' Harbor. The' aging -stunt
man set a local record of 145 feet
for. helicopter diving several
the Chase Manhattan Bink t
In American Airlines Strike
1 CHICAGO, Dec.: a (UPI- Fe Fe-.'...'aeraK
.'...'aeraK Fe-.'...'aeraK mediators'- indicated today
negotiations may b& resumed soon
Tln an effort to end a four-day p-
- Jots' strike against American, Air-
f lines. --- ..
- Leverett .Edwards of tfie Feder-
al Mediation Service said in WashH
pects .'-of-a meeting 'in the? near
1 future" between representative-of
inc airline ana tns ait iane -ruois
i Association. rr;-
j -Despite-', strikes K,.whlch ".have
jfrounded American.- and Eastern
4 Air lines in: the midst of thehoR.
day travel rush,1 number, of oper,
atmg r airlines reported Jthey ,,were
flying with. emutT, seats',
A spokesman, : for; United, Air,
lines isajd the decline Jn air traf-.
fie apparently was prompted by
fesf that 1 air "carriers .would- be
jammed for return flights, j ;
About, 1.300 : American.." Airlines
pilots wsljted out at1 midnight Fri-day'-when
in Chicago collao'iedv. Edwards,
who sat An the talks. Bald he .had
been nn contact :.with both Asides
"day and; night: ainca the strike
started.'! K -Earlier
yesterday, 'more than
200 strikirie-uilot met for a rank-
and-file session in Chicago to:dis-
1 UN ON CHURCH V-'-"
. Balboa 1 ir'-l
On Christmas eve at the Balboa
Union Chureh, informaX c a.r o 1
singing ;will be conducted on the
church steps and lawn at ; W : 30
o.m Ljghte scandlesiagain will
turn the lawn into a spot of sparkl sparkling
ing sparkling beauty-ln'a-traditional custom
started and' continued by, Mrs.
Marie Van Clief.
.Moving into the sanctuary at 11
p.m, there wiiL' be av service ; of
earola,; nd. ,csndles. The,: -adult
choir, under, the direction of Neil
v". branstetter will sihg, 1'And The
Glory of the lord" from the Mes Mes-lah
lah Mes-lah by Handel. The Rev. Olsen
will speak briefly on, "The An Angel's
gel's Angel's TidingsJV ,
Earlier in the evening the' young
people of the Church will sing
carols at the hospitals and homes
At St. '"'Margaret's, episcopal
Church the midnight Eucharist
on Christmas eve will' be proceed proceeded
ed proceeded by1 a half -hour of carol singing
beginning at 11 p.m.
There will "be a service of Holy
Communion at 9 a.m. on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Da and also '6n Fjridaynd
Saturday a the 'same nour. ; r
Next Sunday in addition to the
usual services at 7:30 and 11 a.m
there will be a Church School serv
ice and Christmas pageant at 3
' Panama City
.;' The Church of St. Raphael the
Arcan'gel (Old Cathlic) will begin
the Christmas celebration ( witn
the traditional mid-night mass
commencing at ,11 o'clock with
the singing of carols at ,7:30 Cairist-
mas morning the celebration
Holy Eucharist will be held.
, The Christmas celebration at
Christ Church by-the-sea begins at
11 o'clock on tomorrow night with
the singing of 'carols. ,i
The carol service will be follow followed
ed followed by the blessing of the creche
and the midnight mass. Celebrant
and preacher will be the Rev. J.
Peter Farmer, who will be as assisted
sisted assisted by the Rev. Henrys A. Blake.
, The second Eucharist of the day
wiu oe sung on- unnstmas morn morning
ing morning at I Vclock. Pupils of the
Church School will present their
annual pageant on Chistmas night
On Friday-Jthe Feast of St.
Stephenthe Eucharist will be ce-
lebrated at 9 a.m. and on Saturday
the Eucharist in honor nf St. .Tnhn
the Evangelist will be celebrated at
j, DurMg the last few ftionths serv
ices of the Episcopal Church have
been held Puerto PHon at the
xesiaence of Mr. and Mrs. Pent
Exposure Meters From
Norwood .Exposure Meter
, Vs. ; lis ,. 'yjW ,'', i' .jiH,.ik'.,.'
French Theater Glasses
cuss issues holding up 'a .settle .settlement.
-At thejlime the talks broke off,
Edwards; said "the dispute centered
on the pilots demands- for flying
time- credit during their ion-flying
duty- away from home. "The pilots
also wanted maximum jet flying
time lowered t9 W hours monthly.
"The Christmas holiday made this
tfie "nation's busiest travel week
f the year, but most persons were
finding accomodations on otner
airlmestrains," or .buses. ? & v ;
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M Civil Rights
SlfaihgUpFpf Ne w Congress
- WASHINGTON tVfl) State
ments from iliorthern and south
ern senatorsri tirade ? dear y today
that a maior ; civil ;tights battle is
shaping for the.new Congress. ?
northerners predicted -the
administration would call : for
more civil neftts leeisianon ana
arivniitH fMieraT action to nelo
southerners ?ease racial tensions.
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At the" same bme, southerners
land Cox. The Mission is known
at St. Stephen's, and will there therefore
fore therefore be observing its patronal fes festival
tival festival on Friday, with a service of
Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m. and
Evening. Prayer; at p.m.
,v. "A&'Z t, .8a1b9-' k
The Christmas eve service at the
First Baptist Church will com combiner
biner combiner group caroling with a wor worship
ship worship service at the church.
;:The jervice;will begin at 7 p.m.
and continue until 8:30. p.m. The
assistant pastor, the Rev. Elton
Vickers, will deliv6ri the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve message. The Youth
Fellowship wUl provide the special
Christmas miisic with two solos
by" Frank O'Banion and PhylUs
Snee; a male, quartet and girl's
trio will also sing carol arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. -. ; '
The Children's chapel group of
to i2 'yearlds "will go caroling
under the direction of Robert Sny Snyder
der Snyder 'a-'59!tP?lB:aervlet. if
in proeres9."Upon their return at
9 p.m., the Youth Fellowship group
will begin their carol caravan and
continue until the late evening
hours. . -.k "'
thmiA tert(Allemn .:nv-.
A solemn service of Holy Com Communion
munion Communion will be celebrated at toe
Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon
on Christmas eve, beginning at 11
P.m. ." ".-V"i-t ":' t; i,
The service will begin with eoa-
gregauonal aipgina of Cmnstmas
hymns and carols by tite Choir
Guild. At 11:30 there will be the
blessing -of the creche, followed
by the procession marking the be beginning
ginning beginning of the communion service.
The Very Rev. Mainert '3 Pefr
erson, Bean of thai Cathedral, will
be the celebrant and preacher for
the service. The choir i under the
direction of the Rev ,Carl Phillip
Ijama, assistant to the Dean; and
wiU aihg ,'Wbat Child Is This",
''In -The Bleafe Midwinter,' "Good
Christian r Men., rejoice'. 'A Babe
Lies in the Cradle.' and ,I Know
a Rosetree Springing". The An
them during the service will "The
song of Mary by Fnedeu.
- In the afternoon at- 4:30 o'clock,
there, will be the children's earol
service, with -music by the- Junior
cnoir. At this service, the children
of, the kindereatten .place tiia fi
gures of the -creche,') and toe chil children
dren children make, their Christmas offer
ing which will b for the support
of Christ Church Diocesan Acade
my in Colon. The. Dean will tell a
umristmas siory aunng tne ser-
On Christmas mornin?. services
of Holy Communicon will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated at 7:30 and atdO a.m. The
later service will be a family com
munion and -the Junior Choir will
prov.ide the -music. All of the
members of -the community are
invited. w 1 :
m i 4 $25.00
' Extra flights and trains were or-
dered to take car of the. surplus
while many of the travellers dis discovered
covered discovered it was just as easy to drive
to their destinations. v ;
American Airlines indicated it
was ready for long battle in ad
vertisements" charging that the u-J
nion hopes that by inflicting hard hardship
ship hardship upon other employes and the
public, it can force acceptance of
even the most unreasonable of its
demands. IU attitude Js 'quit
guing and give us what we want'."
r? : t1 1
predicted any attempt to curb the
Senate filibuster ride would have
little chance of success and advo advo-vocated
vocated advo-vocated voluntary relocation of
southern Negroes to northern
states, i .5-' i
Here was what the senators
said in statements and radio and
Sen. Paul Douglas CD-Ill.) called
for federal action to free the
South's "very able men for. con
structive services" in easing ra
cial .problems. He specifically
mentioned Sens "Russell Long
(D-La.) and Richard B. Russell
Russell said he would Introduce
legislation aimed at brihging
about a more equal distribution of
Negroes throughout the nation.
The bill would create a voluntary
racial relocation ccmmission.
Sen. Clifford Case (R-N.J.) said
he expected the administration to
calj for extension ot toe .life of the
Civil R i g h t s Commission and
strengtheningr of, the Justice De Department's
partment's Department's power to act in civil
rights violation cases. He said the
administration also might call for
an anti-bombing Dill.
Sen. J ames O. astiand CD-
Miss.) predicted' efforts to -curb
the filibuster rule traditional
weapon used-against, civil rights
bills--would meet with little suc success."
cess." success." He said the filibuster has
never defeated one bill beneficial
to theieople. m v. n? wr
A majority of 18 new senators
also urged in copyrighted inter interviews
views interviews in U.S. Ness and World
Report that the Senate curb its
filibuster rule. Their statements
added new pressure for an all-out
fight over the rule -on the opening
of the new Congress next month.
Douglas, a leader in the Senate
fight for stronger civil rights
legislation, said he felt there was
great body of liberal opinion m
the South which wants a happier
situation" in. retard 4raet rela
tions. .l.i&l.l ii lilil.lnii t,lt
But DouBlf s' said he felt these
people were "somewhat re
strained ty the pressure of public
ton will nmer lcmm ftm Happy
vM fed mnd ow tumtUom
Tut yM look until you aitm him
v An Aid a apoKesmas ai union
headquarters in Chicago said there
would be no immediate comment
on the advertisement He added
that negotiations had broken down
over the issue of working condi conditions
tions conditions and there were no clans to
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resume themi .'.' 1
. The deadlock made It almost a
certainty that the strike would con continue
tinue continue through the peak travel pe periods
riods periods of tonight and Christmas Eve
end possibly into the New Yeaff
opinion and the fear of what may
happed to them if they step out
for a more liberal policy towards
He said this body of opinion of
fered great hope for resolving
racial tensions in toe south-, and
that "the federal government can
help- liberate these people." He
did not say just what he .thought
the federal government should do.
Douglas said he would be will willing
ing willing to go into the South and de debate
bate debate civil rights- with Citizens
Council leaders "provided that
they'd be willing to come up to
Chicago and debate with me."
At toe same time, Russell, m a
statement released at his home
itu; Winder, Ga., expressed "grave
concern" over the bitterness that
is -being fostered because of what
Hie called efforts to force integra
tion of the white and Negro races
in all relations of life.
"AU the polls and surveys taken
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on m suDjeci snow mat uie in intensity
tensity intensity of the opposition to inte integration
gration integration is in direct proporation to
the percentage of Negroes in the
population of each -state," he said.
"If the Negro population, which
is now concentrated largely in the
South, were spread more evenly
over all sections of the nation
thereby giving each state an
equal share of the race problem,
we would have a workable means
of easing racial tensions and of
Lachjeving a permanent and peace-,
fut? solution w;.Jh prowem'iie;
GRANTS SPACI RlftHT
CHICAGO' CUP!) ; James tL
CSlangan, self-stylej ruleritwf th
soaca nation "Gelesia." has want
ed the U. S. Defense Department
a one-year extension en its license
to use outer apace for Its rockets
Mangan. who holds a deed for
fceavnership of outer apace, said he
tended ttCeae!lt'je t-
nire Dee: ai-w so the new Aaas
satellite wouldn't beoome a out
law fai the akr. 's- 'i
cHotc Jrom th ommlng
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To Eisenhovcr J:
On M!d-East Tour
WASHINGTON, Dee. (TJPI)
Assistant Secretary of State Wil
liam Rountree, Just back from a
Middle East fact-finding tour, re
ports today to President Eisen
hower on Iraq's efforts to raaint
aiu .1U shaky independence a
gainst communist and pro-Nasser
Rountree. who spent two weeks
in the area, also is "expected to
give the President a summary of
political conditions in the other
countries be visited the United
Arab Republic, Lebanon, Jerusa
lem, and Jordan.
Officials sources said Rountree
probably will report that Iraqi
Premier Abdel Kanm Kassen still
has a chance of keeping his neu
tralist regime afloat if he will
tighten up administrative control
and stop trying to play the Nas Nas-serites
serites Nas-serites off against the Comma
The United States has been try
ing, in a diplomatic way, to con
vince Kassern that he should lay
down some clear cut codes ot law,
give the. British-trained civil serv
ants authority to enforce them and
halt the intrigue by Reds and ad
herents of UAR President Gamal
American, officials are convinc
ed that Kassem, who seized pow
er in the July 14 revolution, sin
cerely wants to follow a neutralist
To Cause Drop
In Steel Output
NEW! YORK (UPI)-The Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holiday will drop steel pro production
duction production to an estimated 1,840,000
tons this week from 2,011,000 tons
the week before, the American
Iron and Steel Institute said to
However,, output this week will
be vsharply above the 1,366,000 tons
produced 10 Christmas week of
This week's estimated output
will be equivalent to 68.2 per cent
of the industry's rated capacity or
114.5 'per :nt of average weekly
production in the 1947-49 period.
Actual production last week of
2,011,000 tons was the best since
the week of Oct. 27, when the
mills .-turned out 1,024,000 tons.
La at i week the. industry ooerated
at 74.S per eent. of capacity for n
index rating of 125.2.
A month ago the industry pro
duced 1,988,000 tons of steel while
operating at 73.7 per cent of ca
pacity. line 1947-49 index of pro
duction was 123.8. A year ago
imilht operated t W.4"per cent
I capacity and output of 1,366,000
tons, was equal to 85 pef oast
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THE CAPAL ZONE BOT SCOUTS form an honor guard for Santa and his guests the children of Panama as they parade from the Bal Bal-Stadtum
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nese Japanese fishermen from the "stand "standing
ing "standing room only" raft on which they
had drifted for 29 hours and trans transferred
ferred transferred them to a sister fishing
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Deborah Kerr David Niven
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Crusaders To Stage
2 Dramas Tonight
This evening at 7:30 the Cru Crusaders
saders Crusaders of the Foursquare Gospel
unurch in Kainbow City will pre
sent two tnnstmas dramas.
These dramas are entitled "No
Ear May Hear His Coming," and
the Christ of Christmas." Both
great influence the Christ, of
Christmas has on the lives of all
who come in contact with him.-.
The first drama takes place on
the very first Christmas, and the
seco1' in a modern home. The
transition between the two will bf
enhanced by special music and,,
the entire drama will be have
There will be period of carol
singing prior to' the drama and
therg .will alsobe special ..soljigt,,
iwo oi tne songs in wnicn solo soloists
ists soloists will appear are "The Holy Ci City"
ty" City" and "O Holy Night." In ad addition
dition addition to that there will be a spe
cial group number by the Counjf
(UP!) The, confession, ofvyirgima
convict Calvtuf pruitt that ne Kill Killed
ed Killed Alabama attorney' eneral-nwn
inate. Albert Patterson, four. 'years
ago Jias beeh branded, r hoax by
the victim's son. ..-, ? ,r .. ;: ;
Attorney General John Patter
son. Alabama's governor elect,
said yesterday, :lI 'have lnvestt.;
ateo the statement ot camn. w.
'mitt in which he claims to hat9
killed my father.: It has been es-1:
tablished that his story Is untrue
and hoax. , t,
"I say once more that we. nave
one- of my father's murderers, Al
bert. Fuller, serving -' 9 ; life sent-
tnr-a In Kiltvv 1 Prison:" v.
Pniitt an Alabama native, said
in three and a half page state-
mnt that he fatally 'shot tne
er Patterson 'during i an" attempt
ed robbery in:' vice-ridden pehDitc
City in 1954. Vhile stationed at
nearby Ft. Bennmg, ua.
Fnllpr. a Russell County deptf
ty, sheriff at the tiro of the kill killing,
ing, killing, was voncited of the pistol
slavin. He was innicaieu uw
with Sid Garrett, the State At
torney General at the time oMhe
slaying, and Ru'xell Country Soli Solicitor
citor Solicitor Arch Ferrell. -j
Garrett fled to ,T,exas where1 Ihe,
entered an insane asylum but Tlas
since return, Terrell was ,.ac;
ANNOUNCES POLISH BUDGET
WARSAW (UPD PolisH- FV;
nance minister Tarfer Dietrich
announced last night a 1959
budget of 186 billion zlotys ahd
promised to speed decentralization
of indu'try. trade and agriculture
during the coming year.
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RHONDA, FLEMING to
EDUCATORS MEET Dr. Paul J. Reynolds, extreme right, dean of -th Florida State University f
College of Art&and Sciences, meets with personnel! interested in FSU's college program during
a visit to the Canal Zone. From left,, from row, are MaJ. Albert A Tisone, Charles R. Bowen
and George R." Cash, all instructors for the of f-ruty courses; Dn Merrill A. Symonds, ftdmin
ator''o'f th'e'FSU 'program in the. Panama ar ea,. and Dr. Reynold?, to the rear are instructors
nry W. Finn 'and- James Magary. r - , U.S, Army Photo)
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,15 I GSTAAD Switzerland "(UPI) U FfirfAfhil fin ;
lirdes Ghandi-Like prince Kanm,Aga Kh9n. 2i,-,de- rju vuiuyj
. . - '. niprl todav hit would become en- .1 v t..
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"THE BOLD OF THE
Dr. Hastings Banda ; called on
the people of Nyasaiand yesterday
tb; embdrk on a Gandhi-like move move-ment
ment move-ment to win Independence from
. Banda, r'eturnmg from the All All-African
African All-African "Peoples Conference; at
Accra,. Ghana, was greeted by
Amed police and riof barri barri-cade's
cade's barri-cade's kept all'' but 200 of them
from the airport itself but allowed
$jjujda q addresar hW followers in
ah open space nearby,
He said he intended to intro-
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Laria Turner Barry Sullivan
Prince Karim, Aga Khn. 21,- de denied
nied denied today he would become en en-ppd
ppd en-ppd to Svlvia r Casablancas r
anyoi-e else before he' finished at
Harvurd Univerfitv.f GosSns col
umnists h recently predicted" 'the
prince would soon1 announce yius
engagement to the 17-year-old
dude a three-point program to win
independence. The points mod modeled
eled modeled on the example of India's
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Violence, non-Violence, passive resistance v and
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Excellent grades achievei by
students in the college program
for:tbe armed forces are-one vis
ible proof of its effectiveness; c
cording to Dr. Paul J, Reynodis,
dean- ef the College of" Arts ana
Sciences; FJnridtf, State -University.
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Dr. Reynolds spoK jaawin
Hallv' Fort Clayton at 5 i conven-
tk.n lot pupils enrolled w VFSU
courses hre. He. wi responsible
for,, initiating the program, nick nicknamed
named nicknamed Operation; Bootstrap, in
XJSARCARIB- during. February
"The' grades of students. grid-
dating- from ,FSU more- than
speak for the system,"' Reynolds
said. "Where our regular students
fgraduate with an average of mid-
C, the average grade lor stuaents
graduating through 'Bootstrap ,M
. VilnhvD r,l.. .
m a,.u j.mw. --'t'l? r
i While It is not possible' to estl estl-mate
mate estl-mate the number of military per
sonnel who .have .1 completed their
edflda'ttow ywtueof tnis pro program,
gram, program, iR e y n 0 1 d s : revealed
that more than 60O' mav- been
graduated from FSU alone since
"Bootstrap's" inception.' Florida
State is only one of nany univer universities
sities universities doing this type of. teaching.
The visiting educator said: "Our
emphasis in this program. Is one
of 1 liberal, education;, Thereion
for this is 'tharse are' coBvlnced
an education on liberal standards
is of far greater? advantage to all
students. j- ?
Others iwhot spoka briefly at the
convocation were Dr. Merrill A.
Symonds, ftdministra1r; of the
FSU program: in the Panama -sA-rea,
and George R. Cash, instrue
tor- in local mathematics cours
Humphrey Bogatt in
THE HARPER THEY FALL"
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TCT FA5AMA AMERICA AN WDCTKNDENT DAILY XTWSPAPE
Volos To Charge
Two With Conlempi
WASHINGTON (UPI)' The
House Committee on Un-American
Activities voted yesterday to bring
contempt of Congress charges
against; twp men ww refusea w
appear as witnesses at neanngs
on -' Communist infiltration in
industry and professional r groups.
Chairman Francis E. Walter
(D-Pa.) said the men, Donald
Wheeldin and Harvey O'Conncr,
were the first subpoenaed witness witnesses
es witnesses in the committee's history who
had failed to appear.
WHERE THERE IS PLENTY and rejoicing, so must there be pray er and reverence, especially, to him who made ;ererything possible.
In Reverence to the Lord Jesus, this beautiful display was erected by the Protectant Church in. front of the Chapel at Fort Gulick.
-i ,t f .-ri tv-- i (US Army Photo)
CHRISTMAS GOOD TURN sponsored by the' Canal Zone ? Boy
n&couts w shown "paying" dividends to the underprivileged chil children
dren children vt Panama, as they receive sacks M goodies and other pre presents
sents presents at the Balboa Theater Saturday morning, i
. (Official .USAF Photo)
Y aa ac cnrriAi
OPEN 'TILL 9:00
18-81 Central Averine
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Tell.: 2-1868 '& 2-5381
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(Will b bn display At the Fort Clayton 'show, Dec. 27)
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Explodes Killing 4r
Injuring Somo 159
BROWNriELD, 'Texi,lPC..;. 23
(UPI) A burning butane
transport truck exploded with a
blinding flash last night killing
four persona and injuring more
than 150 spectators watching fire
men fight the blase.
At least 15 of the injured ;? were
believed in critical condition.
Police Caot. Zane Williams said
names snot 150-200 feet m tne rair
and the explosion rocked his ear
as he raced' to the scene just in inside
side inside the city limits of : this west
Terry County hospital said It
admitted 63 injured into its 40-bed
building, and treated and released
Other victims were rushed to
Lubbock, 40 miles to the North
east. Methodist hospital at Lub Lubbock
bock Lubbock estimated it had at least
15 injured, seven of whom : were
admitted, : .'
Amone the dead was -fir Mar
shall Jim Couainneay. Terry Couh-
ty sneria James Fulford. who was
peering into the Iruck when it ex exploded,
ploded, exploded, amazingly escaped' v with
non-serious burnt. t
Thetremendous explosion, the sec
ond Jnv a ; series of ;two, ; Wew
out windows all over town "and
destroyed tb fronts part 'of a fil filling
ling filling station, the. only structure
near the blast. v
The fire started after the bu
tane truck collided with a pickup
uuua on a xour-iane mgnway on
tne soumwet.jwixe.fll Brownfield.
He'll Step Dovn
As Prexy In I960
TAIPEI, Formosa,, Dec. 23
(UPI) Generalissimo Chiani Kai-
shek indicated today he will step
down as President in 1960 but will
retain control, of the Koumintang,
the ruling Nationalist' Party,
Chiang told a meeting of 1,000
Kuomintang members he was op opposed
posed opposed to anrending the constitution
which stipulates the President can
serve only two terms of six years
each.. His second term expires
May 19, 1960.
"Representing the government
and the party I am against 'amend 'amendment
ment 'amendment bf the constitution as orooos-
ed by many national assembly
men in the past year," he said.1
Chiang spoke at a meeting of tfle
mamland recovery 1 planning
board. His remarks aoDarentlv;
confirmed speculation h will not
De a candidate in 1960.
Observers believed, that Chen
Cheng, Vice President and Vice
Director General of the Kuominr
tang, would succeed Chiang as
President if he' steps down. An
other possibility is his eldest son.
Balboa Road ,at Wijght St
. Candlelight Saryica'
with Holy Corpmunion
Wed., Dec; 24, -11. p.m.
, Thursday; Dact 25r'
10:15 a.m f
Coco Solo, Chapel,
Cdco Solo Canal '2one
Wednesdays Dec 24,
6:30 p.m. ;
.v'v-1 ; M''.pr if.?-:.;"
with : H oly; Commun pn :;
, 'OH Come. let us
: ADORE HIM!":'
Clash At Border
-TEHRAN Iran (UPI)-Pightlng
nai erupted Between Iraqi govern government
ment government forces v end fierce Kurd
tribesmen on the border of Iraq
and 'Iran, dispatches from the
area ..said yesterday.
,The Tehran newspaper Etela'at
said in a report from its corres-
ndenli in the border area that
e fighting sou was in progress
German travelers' arriving in
Tehran from Iraq reported rising
The Kurdish tribes, which com
promise 25 per cent of Iraq s pop population,
ulation, population, have been the target of a
Communist campaign to stir up
unrest. The government of Pre
mier Abdel Karim Kassem had
been taking steps to ease tribal
There were no details of the re
ported fighting, in the "wild and
The committee said O'Connor is
national chairman of .the Emer Emergency
gency Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
with fieadauarters in New York.
The group has been cited by the
Senate Internal security suDcom suDcom-mittee
mittee suDcom-mittee as. a Communist front.
O'Connor was ordered to ap appear
pear appear at hearings In Newark, N-J...
penetration 1 of. the industry He
refused and in a letter to the com committee
mittee committee challenged its right "to ex-
The committee said "Wheeldin
was to have testified at its hear hear-Intra
Intra hear-Intra In Los Angeles Sept. 2 on
alleged Communist infiltration 0
orofessionsl grniios. He tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed Walter that he would not
The ; committee's recommenda
tions will be sent to1 U.S. district
attorneys in Los Anfceles and
Newark for appropriate action up upon
on upon certification by Speaker Sam
desolate border area.
The German travelers said a
Communist led mob of 10,000
Iraais In Basra. Iraq, surrounded
the army garrison in the town and
prevented the soldiers from leav leaving
ing leaving the barracks for an entire
The trooos finally brought the
mob under control after nightfall,
the travelers said.
The same travelers reported an
exodus of Westerners from Iraq
as a result of constant police sur surveillance
veillance surveillance since the July 14 revolt
that overthrew the prorWestern
monarchy of King Feisal.
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Sirs, james dickson installed as president
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"fleers Wives Club officially
ihe coming year. . -A
. Mrs. Cnarles L. Dasher, Mrs. George F. Schlatter and Mm
Miitnn I. orden were amonr the distinruished attests attend
Inc. Also on the guest list were Mrs. John Coney, Mrs. James
Moore, AJvie Macuuil ana mrs.
The new club officers are Mrs.
James ri. Dickson Jr., president;
Mrs. WilLam Grady, vice presi
dent: Mrs. James Hetherly, secre
tary: Mrs. Guillen Airall, trea-
urer,- and Mrs. William Froeschn Froeschn-er,
er, Froeschn-er, assisUnt serretary-treasurer.
Mrs. Milton W. McLaren Jr.,
1958 president, presented the
gavel symbolizing the president's
office, to Mrs. Dickson following
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. D. E. Clark, Mrs. Thomas
Smith, Mrs. Richard Murnignan
and Mrs. Wayne Lawley.
The club dining room was gaily
decorated for the holiday season,
with tables appointed with sparkl sparkling
ing sparkling gilt seashells and attractive
centerpieces of gold leave, wood
H To our students and
Rf many friends "Merry ffi
V Xmas and Happy
JJ Dancinn Feet."
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elected and Installed officers for
roses and ornaments of comple
menting hoes. Mrs: Lawley served
at the punch table, which was set
in similar festive tones. 's
Other guests at the luncheon
were Mrs. James H. Dickson air.
of Bozeman, Mont., Mrs. Robert
Hyatt, Mrfc. Harry. Barnes, James
Kelly, Mrs. Norman H." Miller,
John H. McGuire, Mrs. Edward J.
Davis, Mrs. E. E. Surman and
Mrs. Phillip Colclough.
The door prizes. Chinese figur
ines, were won by Mrs. Colclough
Mrs. McGuire and Mrs. Airaii.
Mrs. McLaren was presented a
silver -card tray in appreciation of
her service as president of the
club. The presentation was made
by Mrs. Arthur Dodson, outgoing
Mr. and 4Yrt. Grady
Entertain For Vis tor
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Grady
will entertain this evening at their
home in Margarita in honor of
their nephew, Richard P. Johnson,
who is spending the Christmas
holidays on the Isthmus.
The visitor is a freshman
Beautiful Italian Dolls
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Mora than 50 young people have
been invited to the party.
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Ordered To Show
Cause By Judge
NEW YORK. Dec. 2 (UPI)
A federal judge has ordered tele television
vision television columnist Marie Torre of
the New York Herald Tribune to
show cause Dec. 30 why she
should not begin serving a 10-day
jail sentence for contempt of court.
Judge Sylvester Ryan issued the
show cause order yesterday as a
result of a refusal by the U. S.
Supreme Court to review the case.
The show cause .orders clears
the way for motions on the part
of Miss Torre's attorney to delay
execution of the sentence.
The columnist was convicted of
contempt in November, 1957, for
refusing to identify an executive
of the Columbia Broadcasting Sys System
tem System whom she quoted in a referen reference
ce reference to singer Judy Garland. Miss
Torre had been ordered to identi
fy the source during a pre-trial of
Miss Garland's $1,393,333 suit a-
gainst CBS for libel land breach of
V 1 I t ft
YOUNGSTERS OF THE CANAL ZONE are seen entering the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Theatre Saturday morning, "paying," their way by their dona-'
!T1Kf0dstuc"8 V t5e.uChistmas God Turn Program, sponsor sponsor-ed
ed sponsor-ed by the Boy Scouts of the Zone. (Official USAF Photo)
Ingrid Not Voried
Of Her Marriage
CHOISEL, France (UPI In Ingrid
grid Ingrid Bergman said yesterday she
had no worries .that her secret
London marriage Sunday to
Swedish producer Lars Schmidt
was illegal. She insisted her
stormy marriage to Roberto Roa-
selini was invalid in England.
The 43-year-old actress and the
41 year old Swedish impre-
ario honeymooned at her villa
here with her three children by
There was a possiblity the Ital
ian director would join his ex-wife
and his tmawimoniai successor.
He was driving to France from
Italy to spend Christmas with the
Under terms of their Roman
annulment still under appeal in
Italian high court Kosselliiu can
see the children at any time.
His name was not mentioned
in the polite news conference out outside
side outside the wooden gates of the red red-roofed
roofed red-roofed villa. Miss Bergman said
nothinf about the fact that under
Italian law she was not free to
marry again, but she insisted her
marriage in England was legal.
Her attorney, Ambrose Applebe,
who was a witness at her hush hush-hush
hush hush-hush wedding in Caxton Hall, a
registry office in London Sunday,
said the Italian marriage was not
Asked by a newsman whether
she was worried about the status
of her marriage to Schmidt, she
"I have no worries about that.
My lawyers have taken care of
that and I have confidence in
Make Decor a habit
on your shopping tours.
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ff No. 15 Ave. Justo Arosemena
Of Israeli Art
On Display Al iWB
On exhibit at the USO JWB
Armed Forres Sprvifo Cantor am
Gallery, until Jan. 3 is an unusual
ly coionui collection of reproduc reproduced
ed reproduced Israeli paintings by the out outstanding
standing outstanding artist, Nota Koslowsky.
The collection, designated "Is "Israel,
rael, "Israel, Its People and Places," has
won unusual acclaim in the Unit United
ed United Statesu' -' :.
The fArt (News' writes, "Nota
Koslowsky's paintings are both
charming and eloquent.
The Art1', Dieest state "Mnta
Koslowsjky's paintings range from
smray owecwve landscapes to
mystic or emotional essays on Je Jewish
wish Jewish thenftsantl iback again
The artist hopes "people will
become more familiar with the
Iand-of Israel through these paint,
ings, enjoy its beauty, recognize
its problems, sense the pulse o its
peoples and thus come to under understand
stand understand a little more about this
place which will be a focal point
of interest oh the map of t h ,e
world and in the minds of people
The exhibit of ten paintings will
be open to the public from 10 a
m. to 10 p.m. every day. The col collection
lection collection is mH availnhlp tVipnuoh
the World Federation of Jewish.
TO LAUNCH ROCKET
BANGALORE, India (UPI)-The
Asfrnnnmirnl Knfiotv will lAunh
India's biggest single-stage rocket
on a test flight here Thursday, it
was announced today..
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Panama's smartest most fashion fashionable
able fashionable shop for the finest most
complete selection of men's
furnishings and women's casual
and sport wear.
ito IIAACP, l;
Musi B:rc Records
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
The Arkansas Supreme Court to today
day today held that pities have the right
to examine financial and mem membership
bership membership records of the National
Assn. for the Advancement of
Colored People, w? t ; 4 i .;
In another case, "the state court
held valid Little Jtock and North
Little Rock City ordinances based
on a "model" drafted by Arkan
saa Atty. Gen. Bruce Bennett.
In anither case, the state court
ruled that J-ecords of the NAACP
are not orivileced under the Con
stitution of the United States.
The ease concerned an attempt
oy Bennett to collect-corporation
irancnise taxes from the naacp
for the past seven years. The only
question on the appeal was wheth
er me records are privileged un
der constitutions' guarantees of
freedom of speech and assembly,
Mrs. L. C. Bates,-state NAACP
president, and Mrs, Birdie Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, North Little Rock NAACP
president, were convicted and
lined J25 each for violating .the
ordinances of -the two cities. They
had provided all the Information
required except lists of donations
to tne organization. v?
The NAACP Is not 1ein "re
quired to furnish any information
other than js furnished by all oth other
er other organization claiming Immun Immunity
ity Immunity from taxation," today's opinion
said. "Furnishinff nf memW.
ship lists of non-profit organiza
tions in Arkansas as a basin of
being determined a non-profit or
ganiration has been the rule in
Arkansas since 1875." .:
Spreading To China
TAIPEI (UPIV-A well-informed
Chinese newspaper said today
that an anti-Communist revolt in
Tibet has spread o four other
provinces in northwest China.
The "China : -News quoting Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist intelligence sources, aaid
in some areas "the rebels even
seized key positions and5 forced
the Communists into the mount mountains.!'
ains.!' mountains.!' -'M
"The situation was so serious,"
the paper said, "'that Peng Teh Teh-huai,
huai, Teh-huai, Communist defense minis minister,
ter, minister, hurried to Tsinghai in Octo October
ber October tn direct the war aoalnnf fho
The; China News noted Peng's
trip coincided with toe partial
cease-fire imposed by the Com Communists
munists Communists themselves in the Amoy
area on Oct Ihis .'year. v
The revolt f was- first disclosed
jlalCft4lAti afttir m
a cabinet ineetini two weeks ago,
the papef said
The China News said that On
Aug. 30, the rebels killed' about
500 Communist soldiers In an
armed clash which was organized
hv riiXffmifltlAd itinco VI
kang, Tinghal ahd Tibet to pro
iesi a uommumst move to dr v
them back to their home towns.
CRITICAL OP MESSAGE
. LONDON rUPTt A nawennnar
today criticized President Eisen
hower's nespo-nn-eorth monero
from the Atlas -ocket sstelite as
a "ioke in bad cosmic taste." The
Daily Telegraph said editorially it
would have been better If th run.
orded statement aboard the mas massive
sive massive satellite had proclaimed the
"simple truth" ithat America
wanted peace and the missile was
menus vi (ueierving 11.
No one'knowi now to prepare ravioli like the ItalisnsLr ?
Therefore our CHEF BOY-AK'DEE chef chose eal
Italian recipe to prepwe this
Bur Boai feciee alone Is
- use ingredientl of the highest quality. Chef. BofDet
ravioli a mmas wiin wiijjiiiufcsiu mwi --
of lonutoM and rtthef hich aualitv intredients. The re
sult? a tasty dish that can
; will 4elighf everybody.,
MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTEBOOK
Brown's restaurant,1" a "- hangout
for theatricai celebrities,- has let
it be knownvvthew management
would be pleased it J?iana Barry
mora took her business elsehwere
Diana's been on ithe wagon for
months, so that's not, ;the prou prou-lem,
lem, prou-lem, but they say she upstages
the Stan ana uika too wuaiy
. .Ernie Kovacs Is set to sUr
in four TV spectaculars' during
1WS. ue u, wnie ana aireei ; u
of them, too. .Marlon Brando is
giving Larnr Duran -4his J first
break as an actor In the upcoiu
inff "One Evcd Jacks." i In the
film, he'll play Marlon's best
friend; In real life, he's been
Marion's stand-m for "-on Tne
Waterfront.". "Vlvi Zapata;"
yonara" and "me xoung uons
and his work always was over be
fore the' camera! sUrted turning.
.One of the very top rock n'
roll disc belters Was getting $25,-
000 a week fast year at uus
time. Different ; how; 'the stores
can't give his records 'a way
Debbie Reynolds is gathering-"!
wardrobe designed bo eye-opening
lines and it'll be an expensive,
one, too. Apparently she's oecia
ed no one else is going to echo
Eddie Fisher's : eriticism of i her
i or wearing nome maae aresses,
If you don't think Mew York is
an ever-fascinating and sometimes
puzzling metropous,'wy to f ngu ngu-ure
ure ngu-ure out Salvador iDli's,bit at the
fashionable Quo VadiC the !;othor
day. He arrived just as the ear early
ly early 'guests were i gathering for
lunch, placed an enormous rhino
horn on the table reserved HJtor
beautiful and wealth. Mri. Giu
seppe Jerml, then exited. iHe re returned
turned returned exactly 45 minutes later,
greeted Mrs. Jerml, chatted with
her briefly, took his rhino horn
or,j toft ;Js:i-iA'
Mvv-a .wwiitywuy, sftvu
by the recent' increase of stowa stowaways
ways stowaways aboard international vessels
have begun' to take extra precau.
tiohs to avoid, future incidents.
The Queen Mty apd-The Queen
Buzaoetn, tor instance, wtujerom
now on get a double check bf all
deck hands after the "Visitor's
Ashnro" olonal htta KoaM 'mmtnAoA
ed, Comedians Allen. andJi;Diaf
Wood re getting Aig laughsi'wlti
for Nina Foch, mow condebtrate?
on EUen Porn, a UCLA cshea.
The new ba? being planned t for
the Llvinif Room .on "2nd
Ave. ought to- give .customer the
illusion: offbeiiig underwater deni-
of glass?anf ITtinaftnspar ITtinaftnspar-ent
ent ITtinaftnspar-ent walls latvariety of jtisK will
swim 'through underseas V slant
life. (They're 1 obviously working
on. the theory that H yor don't
drink like a fish, you at least
ought to feel like one.) t4i it
x ui urynner nas Deen ? ottered
an enticing Aim to star oh the!
Paris stage' next : season in a
r retnen aaaptauon of "The broth
ers Karamazov.'.'V As an added
lure, the: producers have told
him he can write the stage ver version,
sion, version, choose-the Entire list and
direct the playor, if he prefers,
name three othef persons to per perform
form perform those -chores. Yul tells"
friends he's- totrigiied with, the
idea but isn't" sure other commit
ments for '59 might not interfere.
so he caii't make his decision im immediately.
mediately. immediately. j 'Jksia Mercoolova,
the curvaceous belle who attract
ed such favorable attention when
the musical "Whoop Up" opened
in Philadelphia, ;has undergone a
delicious dish! ; 1 1 1
not enough One sito mult
be prepared io ninuret ind
, "'-r r." '.i'j
u l 't! goodness
u :THE VOICE OF :
--i .- "..
7 by Dorothy Kill gal len ;
major operation a nose job oa
her name.-When the show opens'
on Broadway she'll be billed sim simple
ple simple a i "Asia." (No word from
the continent of (he same moni-'
: You. now may charter heO
copter to rubberneck over New
York. And it cost ony 85 an
hour .t Director John s Huston
and-actor John ; Wayne are the (v
film industry's most fervent feud
at .Ihe, moment .Dignified duet
watching the crepes Suzette 1
flames at the hic Cafe -Chauve-ron;
Sumner Welles and elder
statesman Ogden Hammond. .
British born Roddy MacDowslL
who's become vAmericanized to
the point of hipness during his IS
years in this country, will have
to brush up on his JCngliih ac accent
cent accent for his role in Nell Coward'a
"Lulu"i Some baby-sitters in
Westchester and i suburban Long
Island are asking $2 an hour lor
every hour .? after midnight on
New Year's Eye. (Quick.; Myrtle,
my blue jeans and bobbv aoxh
. West Coast. Communist circles
are ewwing oven the recent Kit
ty Bridges mixupwith his Orien Oriental
tal Oriental bride in- Las Vegas. They feel
it showed the-world that the U U-nited
nited U-nited .States has ."second class
cltizehs.'Weryfewfc persons in involved
volved involved in the incident had any
doubts about Bridges knowing
well in. advance that an edarin
Nekafla law did 'not iprermit him ;
'tojmfrry thergiirljE .fjane Mor-,
gab If spending $20,000 to refurb refurbish
ish refurbish her apartment becausa it'll
be seen on Person to Person Jan.
Emneror May Quit
In Son's Favor
TOKYO, Tuesday (UPDCrown
Prince Aklhito is celebrating his
25th birthday today amid grow growing
ing growing speculation that his father.
Emperor Hirohito, might abdicate
next year in favor of his son.
The speculation was the natural
followup to Akihilo's engagement
last month to pretty Mlchiko She-,
da, 24, daughter of wealthy flour
mill executive. y)
the court has indicated Akihito
and the woman he wooed and won
on a tennis court will marry nest
May. Some observers thought that
could .be a possible occasion for.v
this country's ruler to vacated,
his throne in favor of his ftrst-i
In a special interview granted to
selected Jrpanese newsmen last
night, Aklhito said that he
would help A his commoner-fiance
learn the, customs of the imperial
familyt4'?: lihe wiir'be 'coming
into a hew environment.'
Akihito had an informal birth-'
day evt r party witK Miss 'Shoda
and his- younger ) brother and la later,
ter, later, Prince- Yoshl and Princess
Suga?He invited a larger group of
friends to a birthday party to today
day today at his residence.
The hottest question in Japan,
meanwhile, was whether the em emperor
peror emperor might take advantage of his
son's marriage to step down.
Hirohito. in abdieaMnff. wnnM
not be,setting a precedent. Abdl
cauon twar tne rule rather than
the exception in thei2th to l4tii
centuries although the moves us usually
ually usually were based on noUtcal v.
I I is3r I
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TUESDAY,' DECEMBER tl 1951
THE PANAMA "AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NXWSPAfT
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Amb. And Mrs. Maell ; v 1 v-
Return Frem States :
-The Italian Ambassador 1 Pa-
nam Majoli returned to Pana Pana-'
' Pana-' ma -last evening for a 1 three-
, months' stay in New York City:
friend InvBed t '.'.-."
To Open House
, -Mr and Mrs.. William, F. Gra Grady
dy Grady have issued an open invitation
to all their friends t attend .the.r
annual-open .house on Christmas
. Day at their home in .Margarita
British Embassy Has
Children's Party k
Ladv t Henderon. ( wife of the
. British Ambassador in Panama.
j has issued invitations for a Christ
mat party of British children be between
tween between the ages of three and eight.
-The iarty iwas planned for late
this afternoon at the British Em Em-v
v Em-v ; bassy. .f''V,.;, 'tn-l
Mr, end Mrf," Townshend
" Plan Visit Te Isthmus, f
Of interest to friends on the
Isthmus will be the -. announce-"
ment that Mr. and Mr. Stuart
Townshend, who lived here before j
his retirement, will be visiting
here next week.
. .Mr. and Mrs, Townshend plan to
tail on the N, i e w -Amsterdam,
which i scheduled. to dock at Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Monday morning at 9 a.m
They have invited friends to meet
them at the Cristobal Yacht Club
Monday between 12:30-and 2 p.m.
and from to 10 p.m. They will
then return to the snip, wrucn is
scheduled to sail hext Tuesday
afternoon. 4 kv :''-. J
The Townsheoda have extended
holiday greetings to friends in Co Colon,
lon, Colon, Panama, Santa Clara, Santia
go, David. EHVolCan, San Bias
and the ;cnti sooe.v
CepC and Mrs." Dickson --h i V ;
Have Holiday Hauteguetts 4
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Dickson
Sr. of ., Bozeman, Mont., are the
houseguests of their,,- son. Capl.
James Dickson Jr., Mrs. Dickson
and their four children, at their
quarters at Fort Kobbe.
'.' The visitors olan to Hremaln on
the Itbmus until early.: February;
Miss Olmpfl -V-
Is Holiday Vis r ,'
Miss Joan Dirtpfl,' a student
Oberlin College. Oberlin, Ohio.
pending, the. Christmas holidays
with her parents,tiMr.. and, Mrs.
Joseph Dimpfl of Curundu.
Duplicate Club .'
Announces W mers ;.
The Duplicate Club on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side has announced this week;
winners of : the bridge session.
First prizes went to Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Delgado end George Tully:
second prizes to; Julius Loed and
Mrs. Fred Schwartz; and third
prized : to Mrs. Haydn Jones and
Mrs. George Tully.,
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Pro Cage Diyision
NEW YORK (UPI) Just 10
time for Chrismas, Fraley's hoop
follies and how 'the big round round-ball
ball round-ball games ought to turn out tms
St. Loui over California Bod
Ferry gets 'em over this river.
over Indian With
on the Wabash.
St. Joe's over Syracuse And
probably all the way.
St. John's over Holy Cross The
Utah over Cornell Big Red gets
the big blues.
Dayton over NiagaraThey've
got a case, first name Frank.
TCU over Baylor Best bet to
win it all.
SMU over Arkanas A tossup.
Rite over Texas. Tom Rom Rom-taille
taille Rom-taille is the difference.
xas Aggies over Texas ech
Betting on Neil Swisher.
Bawling Green over Wichita Wichita-Big
Big Wichita-Big Jtid deep.
Xavier over Oregon The tour tournament
nament tournament choice.
Duquesne over ttulsa Willie Joe
Hunter Shoots 'em down.
pklahoma City over San Fran FranciscoThey're
ciscoThey're FranciscoThey're ahome.
On December 25; Christmas Day, all
and offices will be closed.
And You will be drinking Beer
Big Eight Tournament
Kansas State over Missouri
The ultimate winner.
Iowa State over Oklahoma This
Northwestern" over West Virginia
One of the big five.
Notre Dame over Purdue
Picking the home five.
Tennessee over Virginia The
upsetters get upset.
Queen City Tournament
Dartmouth over Brigham Young
he all veteran Ivy League
champions could take it all.
Seton Mall over Canisius The
Hall' best team since the days
of Walter Dukes.
Far West Classic
Oregon State over Air
Academy You can't get a
footer into a jet fighter.
Wyoming over Iowa Tony Win Win-dis
dis Win-dis takes the breeze out of 'em.
Big Eight Tournament
Kansas over polorado A vote
for the home team.
Oklahoma State over Nebraska
-Six-eight Arlen Clark pours in
enough ppints to win and the de defense
fense defense takes over from there.
"GAINSVILLE, Fla. UPI)-The
University of Florida has added
two newcomers Virginia and
Rice to its 1959 football schedule.
They replafce UCLA and Arkan
(National Brewery, Inc.)
Bats !QaEt& ilieia BackSMtd
i : : r .J'"... : r .-iliife -oaUV ; i.
Clyde Lovellette, who used to
grab headlines regularly, is giv
ing the St. Louis Hawks a triple
threat scoring punch that is mak
ing a shambles of the National
Basketball Association's Western
Lovellette looped In 27 point
against Philadelphia Sunday as
St. Louis lashed the luckless War
riors, 98-86, for a six-game lead
over the Detroit Pistons. Bob Pet
tit's 23 and Cliff Hagan's1 14 pro
vided additional power PhUadel
phia couldn't overcome.
Philadelphia opened an 8-0 lead
in the opening minutes and moved
to 23-21 at the end of the first
period. St. Louis bounced back be be-checked
checked be-checked a second-half Warrior
drive to wrap up the came. Paul
Arizin and Tom Gola were Phil
adelphia's high men with 21 points
The New York Knickerbockers
spoiled Dolph Schayes' record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking day by defeating the
only other NBA game.
Schayes, who scored six bas
kets, set n all-time NBA field
goal mark, surpassing the previ previous
ous previous record of 4,097 held by former
Minneapolis star George Mikan.
The formei NYU great now has
The Knicks, trailing 50-48, at
halftime, started clicking in the
third period a Ray 'Felix nd
Carl Braun showed the way. They
outscored Syracuse, 33-22, to take
an 81-72 margin going into the
Willie Naulls scored 26 points
for New York, the game's high.
Schayes tooped the Nationals with
QP CONFERENCE STANDINGS
ATLANTA (UPI) Kentucky,
Mississippi State and Auburn
topped the Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference standings with perfect bas basketball
ketball basketball records. Kentucky (8-0)
won two games last week, Mis
sissippi State (7-0) won one and
Auburn (5-0), the winningest team
in the nation,- copped three.
Orders for BALBOA BEER and
DRY products on time.
Ashburn to Stay
NEW YORK (UPD-Let every
one else shoot for homers, Richie
Ashburn is going to stay with
those singles that brought him his
second National League batting
Even though he hit only two
homers and drove in 33 runs this
year, the fleet, left-handed hitting
Phillies' outfielder compiled a .350
average that was good enough to
win him his- second batting title
in four seasons, according to oifi
cial figures released here.
Ashburn, who won his first
crown, in 1955 with a .338 mark,
practically singled his way to the
championship this year. He led
the league in hits with 215 and of
that total, 176 were singles.
At that, the 32-year-old Ashburn
had to finish with .a rush to gain
the title over Willie Mays of the
triants, who wau runnerup with a
.347 average. 1
Mays scored the most runs in
the circuit, 121, and led in stolen
bases for the third successive year
with a total of 31.
Ernie Banks of the Cubs, named
the league's Most Valuable Play Player,
er, Player, was off by himaelf in the pow power
er power department. He wa high man
with 129 runs batted in; 47 hom homers;
ers; homers; and 379 total bases.
Frank Thomas of the Pirates,
with 109 RBI's, was the only ither
NL player to drive in 100 or more
runs. Harry Anderson of the Phils
Orlando Cepeda of the Giants, 96
apiece, and Hank Aaron of the
Stan Musial of the Cardinals,
the 957 batting champ, finished
third to Ashburn and Mays this
year with a .337 average. Aaron
was fourth with .326; Bob Skinner
of the Pirates with .321 and Banks
sixth with .313.
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) John
Guzik, AU-American guard from
the University of Pittsburgh, has
been named 1958's outstanding
collegiate lineman by the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Sportswriters Association.
Guzik will play his pro football
with the Los Angeles Rams.
aftlfees Top KingsS;
Marlboro Over Brewers
By J, J. HARRISON Jr;
Veteran Spider Wiihelnv the Carta Vieja in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder who didn't even figure to be a regular this
season, today shaped vp as one of manager Billy
Shantz' key men in the 1957-58 champions' bid for
their second straight pennant. . ; ; i
' The Spider hit a bases-loaded homer and a run:
producing double in last night's first game to lead
the Yankees to a 7-5 win over the Kings, and first
place in the' standings. In the nightcap a two-out er error
ror error by Hector kopez broke a 2-2 tie in the eighth in inning
ning inning and the Marlboro Smokers went on to trounce
the hapless Cerveza Balboa Beermeh by a 6-2 score.
Tonight. In a ladies night
game, the Yankees, who are now
a hair game m front or tne
Kings, play the Beermen, trail
ers by rour games. 1
Lefty Ray Hyde, who spent
most of the summer with Lewis Lewis-ton,
ton, Lewis-ton, Class B Northwest League,
will make his Pro Loop debut for
the Yanks. '
Southnaw Pat Scantleburr.
still trying for his first victory
of the season, will start on the
mound for the Beermen. Pat
has a 0-2 record.
Hyde, who finished the 1958.
season with Sacramento, O O-pen
pen O-pen Classification P a ci f le
Coast League, has not been
used even in relief by Shanti
because the left hander "had
not been getting the ball over
Shantz savs the hurler has
shown improvement of late and
he considers him ready for du duty
ty duty now.
Wilhelm, listed as a "utility
player" before the campaign
started because the Yankees
expected to hire an additional
inflelder from the high minors,
has become a fixture in the in infield.
field. infield. He started at third base and
held down the hot corner' Job
like an old pro. But regular
shortstop Galr Allle has missed
two straight games because of
shoulder trouble and Wilhelm
has taken over for Allie while
Joe Clark plays third.
He has looked as well at
short as he did at third 'and 4
wttn. me ciutcn mum snow
he has put on all season cli climaxed
maxed climaxed by last night's display
of power, Shanti, who Is still
negotiating for another in inflelder
flelder inflelder say that no newcomer
will take the Spider's place In
the lineup unless he comes UV
with a complete reversal.
Wllhelm's Jackpot blow was
the big noise in a prolific first
inning in which the Yankees
took a 4-0 lead.
Tony Bartirome doubled to
right to start things off, and
Whltey Schmidt walked, .with
botn runners aavancing on a
wild pitch by starter and loser,
righthander Dick Donnelly.
Dave Jacob rolled out to
third, and Bill Parsons, a lefty
swinger, was passed intention
ally to load the sacks.
The move backfired when the
Spider came through with his
first roundtrlpper of the sea season,
son, season, a smash over the left field
Donnelly got the side out
with no further scoring and
Ella Osorio's blast over the
right field fence in the second
made the count 4-1. ,v
In the third Wilhelm pro produced
duced produced again. With one 'out.
Parsons singled, the Snider,
lashed a double to left to bring
home Parsons, and the short shortstop
stop shortstop reached third on the
throw to the plate and scored
later on Donnelly's error.
The score board read Carta
Vieja 7. Kings 1 in the fifth
when Schmidt singled, went to
second as Jacobs walked and
crossed the plate on Bill Kern's
John Anderson, who went all
the way for his second triumph,
ran into trouble in the sixth. A
base on balls, consecutive singles
and a bases-clearing triple by
Joe Kuharich Replaces
Brennan at Notre Dame
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPIWoe
Kuharich came- back to college
football coaching yesterday taking
over at Notre Dame from Terry
Brennan, fired after five seasons
in which his teams won 32 games
and lost 18.
Kuharich, who coached college
football for four seasons previous previously,,
ly,, previously,, at Sav Francisco, where his
teams won 25 and lost -14 games,
was released front four years te
maining on his Washington Red Redskin
skin Redskin ,; contract to accept the for for-year
year for-year offer, from the Irish.
Both Kuharich and Brennan are
graduates of Notre Dame, but the
coaching record of neither com
ares to the overall Irish won and
oat mark of 447 wins and only 103
defeats,. Brennan was dismissed
due 'to dissatisfaction with the 6-4
record, of his 1958 eleven.
"I owe everything to Notre
Dame and when they asked tneto
return, I had only one cboic;'M
Kuharich said. The Notre Dame
job is the only one in the country
which would have persuaded, me
to leave the Redskins."
Notre Dam 11 was revealed.
requested Redskins owner Georiin 1848 and later. coached
Carlos Heron accounted for
three markers and Heron him
self score on ,Q Gladstone's
single tor trje fourth run of the
inning and Z last .tally of the
Anderson, whos record Is
even, settled, down, the rest of
the way as did Mamavila Oso-
rio, wno had' taken over for
Donnelly in the fifth. Dick was
cnargea ,wun nis iirst setback
to maw his siate z-i:
In the afterpiece lefty BoN
Milo, the third of three Smok Smoker
er Smoker pitchers, came to the hill in
the seventh and was credited
with his fourth against one
loss.-. :. , ;:.. v
Humberto Robinson started
and was lifted for nirichhitter
Eddie Napoleon in the seventh
with the smokers trailing 2-1.
Eddie's single, scored Hank
Mitchell from, second to dead
lock the contest and Len Fer
guson took over on the mound
but lasted only two-thirds of an
lAteR., as Mljo came In to get
the stdY out -with. .the bases
ioaae and two outs.
Lopes' boot, which gave the
Smokers the win, came in the
eighth with the bases loaded
and two outs. Hank Mitchell
hit a routine roller to short
that Lope seemed to field,
but Instead he couldn't find
the, handle and George Alt Alt-man
man Alt-man scored from third to
make the score, 3-2.
With the bases still filled.
Milo hit a single to center to
drive In two markers and" a
third tally came in when Barry
Shetrone let the bau go by on
me mt ior an error.
When Alonso Brathwalte, filed
to tight to end the uprising the
'Pete "Mesa h is probably
packing bags right now to go
back to his U.S. home, start started
ed started for the losers but as usual
he was soon on his way to the
He allowed four bases on balls
in the first Inning and left the
game In that same frame for
Chuck Page with a run in, one
out and the bases loaded.
Page got Marcos Cobos to hit
into a doubleplay and Mesa was
taken off the hook when Dave
Roberts' blast over the right
field wall and into the street
with a runner on base gave the
Beermen a 2-1 lead In the third.
Chuck, who now has a 1-1 rec record,
ord, record, was the loser.
Leon Kellmari. who took over
behind the" plate for the depart departed
ed departed 'Jesse Gonder, looked shaky
while receiving and the team in
general appeared completely de demoralized,
moralized, demoralized, especially In the late
frames.-'- .. '-,..-- -T .- :
They- t committed a total of
five bco-boos.: 1 v;, v;
CB general manager Pellx -tucianl
said that Gonder, who,
left for his V.S. home Sunday,
would not be coming back, but;
declined to give details of why
the hard-hitting catcher left"
' Smoker manager Stanford
Graham had the dubious honor
of being the first man to be
thrown out of a game this sea season.
son. season. Plate umpire Pete Corrigan
gave him the heaveho in the
seventh when Graham protest protested
ed protested heatedly Shetrone's drawing
of a base on balls.-
Marshall to release Kuharich, and
he complied. "I eould not under
any circumstances feel justified
in refusing either, the university
or Kunaricn, he said. We hope
that we are contributing some
thing worthwhile to the future Of
Announcement of the switch of
coaches was made by the Rev.
Edmund P. Joyce, executive vice
president of the university and
chairman of the board in control
Kuharich was an assistant coach
at Notre Dame in.1938 and later
coached at Vincentian Institute,
played with the Chicago Cardinals
and.- was, in the Navy for four
years. He was an assistant coach
of the Pittsburgh, Steelers and line
coach at San Francisco before he
became head coach of the Dons, -He
then coached the Chicago
Cardinals for, one, season, was out
of football for the, 1953 campaign
inff took over the Redskins lor
the 1954 campaign. He was pro
coach of the year in 1955.
4 Brennan, -.wh; saw Be -W a t
shocked by his dismissal, was
was graduated from Notre Dame
JEditoriXpNRADO SARCEANT f t&tj'.
Teams ... C,V,--K
Marlboro 4. 2 2
' 2 v x,
Totals' r!. 5. ,. g. ,7
' LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
" At Olymple Stadiumi 'S :
Flrit garrioV Carta' Viaja"7f lng-;ft;tV
Second gama: Marlboro 6,, Crvia Baibt 2:
The Spider Strikes
Cmrtm VMm ah W W T. S
Schmidt, rf . . 4 2 12 0
1 4 0 rJ0 n
.3 2 1 3
Wilhelm. ss . .
2 2 3
o; 0' 8;
0 0 1
D. 1 0
Kern,; .el Ujj.,
Clark, J., 3b .
Totals V'' 36
7 .7 27 8
Austin, 2b ct;
Henley, cf ,
Hunt, If i
Osorio, Er, lb
Diaz, 20 i
Donnelly p a
Osorio,r A., p
2 0 0
34 5 8 27 11
Clarke jreached .first on error
forA. sort ip fi- .i
' Score By Innings 1
Carta Vieja 4O2 01O00O-T 7 1
Kings .. 010 004 0005 8 3
SUMMARY Errors: Heron 2.
in: Wilhelm", .E., Osorio J Kern,'
Heron 3. 'Gladstone, Earned
runs: Carta Vieja 8. Kings 5.
Two base hits: Bartirome,' Her Heron,
on, Heron, Wilhelm. Three base hit:
Heron. Home .runs: Wuneim, e.
Osorio. Ddublenlavs: ?.-,Jacobs.
Wilhelm. Bartirome,, Stolenbase:
Kern 2. Passed, bayj, Alston. Aus
tin. Struck out by: Donnelly 1,
Anderson 4.! Base on balls off:
Donnelly 8,, E.Osorio 4, Ander Anderson
son Anderson 7. Left y-n base: Carta Vieja
nelly 7' runs', 5 hits in 4 lnnljigs
(pitched to two batters in 5th).
Winning pitcher: Kings (2-2).
Losing pitcher: Donnelly (2-1).
Umpires: Thornton, Hinds, Ma-
tneny. Time of game: 2:22.
I i-H' m-r- :
AAA. lfilnopl m
.500 1 i
:. 9 27'
(Scantlaburyrp r? v
Ab R HPo A
Altaian, If .'.
Prescott, rf .
Cobos, e . ...
Gabler, Va t
Robinson, p'. '. L 1
4 27 g
Lopey,, sa ;
Parrls; 2fe n
Peeples. rf ;
Mesa, p .
Page, p 4
h ; A
Score By Innings
100 000 1408
002 000 0003
SUMMARY sk IrroM!: Kell--
man, Parris. if Lftpei," Shetrone.'
Runs batted in: Roberts 2, Napo
leon, Milo 2. Earned Tuns? Cer'
veza Balboa 2, Marlboro 2. Dou Dou-blenlavs:
blenlavs: Dou-blenlavs: Charles. Parrls. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts (3) Stolen ; 'baser Brath-'
waite Altman, Preseott. Struci
out bv: RoblnsonJt, Page 5. Mi Milo
lo Milo 2. Base on balls off: Mesa 4
Robinson 1, Ferguson 1. Page
Left on base: Cerveza Balboa
Marlboro 7.Tltcherg record: Mel"
sa 1. run, jOhits In 1J Inning
Robinson 2 runs, 4 hits In In
nings; Ferguson 0 run, 2 hits lrt1
23 winnings. Winning pitcherri
Milo 4-1. Losing pitcher: Page lj
1. Umnires: Corrtean, Hilzinwrir
Williams. Attendance 2,170. Time
of game: 2:35. i
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TUESDAY; DECEMBER IS. I9SS
'. TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDETCDENT DAILY KIWSPAPEB
Wmien Spahn Monopolizes National lleaQiie Pitching
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i Over the sports scene the sable
amoke death hangs deep and
; heavy. "Rot in our memorjr has the
final cU sounaea ior.o.jnany ui
so abort period. 1t'i getting
so," as the fellow saw. r10
to read the-obits, lest 1 find my
same among 'em." i
A seizure took Red Sanders." a
r'n..h nf the Yoar in an obscure
Loa Aneeles hotel:1 the brilliant
" Herbert flayard Swope, a'Pulituer
Prize winner, wno aid no mucn
' for racing died in- his sleep: Mort
" Cooper, of .the storied Gas House
uang, ; Decame ine warns jn;e
in a tluel with a dread malignan malignancy
cy malignancy the mildest and nicest of men.
Mei ott. a Polo Grounds: legend
way mortally manned m a, .violent
highway crash." v v
On the same journey to ,the land
from which nd mortal man re returned
turned returned were also some oS sports
most talented and respected chro chroniclers.
niclers. chroniclers. Harrv Safslneer of Uetroit
Whitey Lewis of Oeyeland Walter
" Stewart of Memphis, Mike tiavin
oour twon.'A , and,, almost is if
sustain a famUiar .note?, bt -easy
fellowship..An accompanlng pas passenger
senger passenger was the ialstaffifcaAJack
Layelk, rollicking wit and master
football diagnosticians ,.
And now it's. Tris .Speaker, as
true an artist in baseball as Hoppe
, wis In billiards," Jones iri golf, Ttl Ttl-'en
'en Ttl-'en in tennis, Leonard in boxing,
Sande in Tidings t.Also a, personal
friend for nearly-40 yearS.r
An outstanding athlete is riot
"necesarily an artist. Indeed sel seldom
dom seldom is. As a hitter Ted Williams,
for example,1 may properly be call
e"ti a scientist But to, call him an
afrtist is- to distort definition
Speaker "brought ingenuity, lmagir'
nation, the compulsion of the "per
fectionist, and "the ardor 'of coni coni-jfetitive
jfetitive coni-jfetitive drive along with a- gener generous
ous generous store (j natural; ability to a-,
cliieve the towering Summits of hit
profession. ".,. ;,
Premonition are made of eerie
stuff hopelessly beyond the' grasp
61 the lavrrian and even- when the
dark images become tragic reality
credence is hesitant and aimcu.
AThere wtfs the time StevtHan StevtHan-nagan,
nagan, StevtHan-nagan, another old friend, was fly flying
ing flying to Africa on business, several
years ago. We seemed to sense
ail urgency, i: voice ind "manner
tnat'Was not at all characteristic.
It wasnTuntil word, came'-'Of the
fatal plane flcrtekup outside Kenya
wanted to go there,' And as. soon
as h could manage it, he was
there, and he had with him nis
worln'Sv-champion Indians and
this was n unprecedented,' glori
ou&Iy unforgettable event to .he
Leads In Most
history of the little town : when so, thaw w
The All-Time Beit :
' Tris 'Speaker will long be re remembered
membered remembered aa .one ; of c baseball's
authentic giants. Next to Cobb and
Kutft, tne game may have known
none who wa in his class. Hoop-
MMJ f .mi. t U L -A 4.'
wiuld have beefl forgotten yearj ,fih,fi J"1
a .hiit Inr -h- li.nnv nirmul! Compiled ft 22-11 MCWd last Wa-
monopoly of Rational League
Ditching honors this-year that
he left practically n0 laurels fpr
anyone else, the official averaff-'
es revealed today. ;
The 37-year-old ic: who df-
feated the 'Yankees twice in the
World Series and then was beat.
tUtUlUB-l ... ... ... .
ance which enabled them to play 2 SSL-T'.
alongside the most gifted of aU XI ".Ir1 "'I., iW'JPrJ
center fielders, past or present. i- "nini iit.;
Few Americans knew more peo 22Jai. te nln fll"re' fll"re'-pie
pie fll"re'-pie in so many different spheresiof seMons- ,v;
activity. He had toured the world.
met kings, golfed with presidents.
But "his heart always belonged to
the little Texas town, and until
her death, to his mother. W can
UH Wfc'hun racing in from renter
field to embrace her in a field box
imediately after the last out a a-gains
gains a-gains Brooklyn was made.
En route to that mark. SpShn
wonnd u ht k tie for ther
leaene lea4erlhl In two im-"
nortant a e p a rtmenta and
relrned Alwe aa the leairoe
leader In three ether ettege.
About the srtr malor hohor
he missed was th earned.: run
" V. Ult dI U1III. U1U I .... 1. 1 .U
next day. -raeine at nhoto- ""ewn.,cn wn w.nRnv-nwjoer
grapher who had snapped the ta-
ki "Ti.i uj Her fashioned a 2.47 ERA while
with he World Series. Me bristled winning six sunes na joawsi
. :l ti . Tl ... nln.
lernniiv nppn nnwn noma rim i ""'c,
kind of son he was. he knew he
had everything to do with it.
At Sanla Anila For
from :tle San -Francisco area."
Cornell Said Silkv had been
that we dared to confesl to sour') treated for'aprjnt trouble since his
selves the premonition had: been
with us, all ; along. . &
S" 'I Want"t CeXome'
'There was something about the
way .Tris .Speaker said "I'm going
home! that give us I disturbing
turn. We had phoned him in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland to check certain details rela relative
tive relative to a piece we had in prepar preparation,
ation, preparation, and he had said wf just
got him in time, for early' the next
morning be and Frances, his
charming wifCfQwere Wv leave -for
is foul. I've got -a eold. ? I Wah't
to go home." : ,: H J
This time the impression was
one of desperate- longing, ; rather
than .urgency; Reawakened memo
ries of a weekend wa-had spent
in; Hubbandnwith ihimvf hla aging
motner ana ms- ball club, a- con
sciousness of the affection and
pride be had always cherished for
the friendly- little town, with its
sleepy, tree-lined streets, .and its
wide 'plRcidxlake; ?where a fellow
could sit sand -fish: and ..think,-, or
ust sit. .These memories Could
iave; -isccounted foe-the forebodings'.,-?!',
"jf' M .r.f."'7?1 '"' '--!
want to-.gOfbome"i .t;in the
hour of his greatesMtrjumphisit
came back to us, he had' also
Spahn. whose 3 07 earned-run
average was lourth.best in the
Mrcult. tied teammate Lew Bur Bur-4ette
4ette Bur-4ette (20-10) for. the best won.
lost uereentaee. '. 887: ann." Also
wound un in rteadlftck with Bob
Friend Of Pittsburgh for the,
Tn addition, the veteran Mil
waukee curve-ballet Bitched .th
ARCADIA. Calif." (UM)--Silky w,nt lnnin 9.ftn anrf faced tha
ouuivan, vue sireico ruoiuu most batters, 1,188.
of last year's Santa Anita meet- k. , f v
ing, returned to this track yester- am Jones of th Cardinals
aay m a iresn campaign wat struck out the, most batters. 32a,
gets underway Saturday. u fcnd wve up;the..ttitit weJJks.
The chestnut S-year-old was' the ma Jnno. hd the second heat
picture of healtn as .trainer Reg- earned run mark In the league
gie Cornell supervised. n runipaa- o8 and he was followed by
ing at tne Sanu Anita stable area Kurdett wlthi 2,.fll, Spahn and
along: with 30 head Vanned south fcohin. Roberts 6f the PhUliea
r nena mue inn most hihtis,
38, while rookie Carlton WUley
of the Braver led .the league
with four shutouts,,, Johnny
Antbnelli of the Giants and
Don Newcombe of the Redleca
each' yielded SO hohie runs
emerre v as ice-leaders, in th
department.. j -,i
Rookie George Witt of the PI
rates turoM, ift the lonstest win
' CLASSIC LEAGUE
.Teama W L
Marlboro 37 23
Agewood 31 29
Carta Vieja 28 32;
Seymour Agency 24 ,38
Leading Averages Baker 198, i
Colbert 197, Coffey 196 A
Highest series ot me season-.
Cof ey 705.
Highest Game esi k.
Agawoed J Marlbor I. ..
The league leading Marlboro,
hit rock bottom in,toppung w
three pound lour ounce
pins, wnen tney ruueu vm -However,
their adversaries -were
not much better but- the. Age-;
woods" managed to get their m
fall in the clutches- and came out
on top by a 3 to 1 count.
t They won tne iav
it ti ttl nin count by twenty.
Marlboro opened, with
i' more m una -wiia
League caUbre of bowUng. Ed Al Al-to?Som
to?Som Al-to?Som Kobbe, teamed 2M V
off -the le, and. was a rbig
f actor-in tne
i?cr tn tha iiext effort, Mar
boro iust could not & tWt
trouble, gamea vue
Except, the two; anchor
pepe'umr- -",1 ftmUhe
none ot tne -- the
spot, but, in uM-y-A
low mu xne nd a
,'1?' u,I,;h tallied on-
thougn AJiay "vZ .:,,nt.d for
ly leS,1 tnis awuw rvvvr
ro,' ana r- etters.
571 were uie
awayrom getting out the bottom
. With Reverend Lou Karry toss tossing
ing tossing a 257, and Bob Toland a 219,
and with Best and Kunkel 193 and
184. the Seymours knocked e-
nough wood off the lanes to reach
1041 figure. Although the Padre
came back with a 204, Seymour
had 140 pins less in the second
game, whereas tnree Carta Vieja
Rum. Runners got hot Phil vves vves-cuv
cuv vves-cuv 212, Joe Burgoon 200 and Bill
Coffey 218. In the finale the Sey
mours (regained their touch, a,nd
won by 98 sticks. Both teams per performed
formed performed to the expected standards
of a Classic League.
Father Karry was tips with 658,
Bob Toland .802 and Ed Kunkel
mused '600 by one stubborn pin.
For Carta Vieja, Bill Coffey flash flashed
ed flashed his best form of the past ten
weeks 'With a 608.
Seymour Agaric it
By VICTOR M. CAREW
The battle for, first place in the
Panama Pro Loop between the
Kings and Carta Vieja in the first
halt of last night'a twinbill was a
one-sided affair for the first five
innings as the Rummen were sail
ing along on a bulging 7-1 lead
with Spider Wilhelm's bases load
ed homer supplying four of these
In the sixth .rame Carta Vie-
ja's John 'Anderson, who was the
ine by is teammates in the
eighth gave the Smokers a 6-2
lead after they Bad previously
tied it up at two runs apiece in
the seventh. AQ of fae four runs
scored by Marlhprtfa : the eighth
were unearned., ., k
Page's, great ihef hurling was
the first KelJman move to pay off
last night as Page' pitched enough
ball to win were it not for the dis
appointing support e tot from his I
LCallllllttlCS aiciu, UCUUIHU o unuu-
line o( tne station? in tne iaiai
victim of some faulty playing by Uighth'aPgooffNiflllpite5.1he fact
nis teammates, aiinougn not dam damaging,
aging, damaging, found himself with a red
uced margin when with the bases
loaded Bill Kern misjudged Car Carlos
los Carlos Heron's line drive that went
for a bases clearing triple to
change the score to 7-4. Granville
Gladstone's single drove in Her Heron
on Heron from third with the fourth mar marker
ker marker of the inning of the inning and
the fifth for the flings. The Kings,
playing without the services of
their manager-cat:her; Les Peden,
could not overcome the Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja lead despite their determined
bid. Anderson went the route for
his second win and Pick Donnel
ly suffered his first loss.
; 169 ,170
873 y 59
c.rt. Via a 1
A hopeless iasi.
aao thrSeymour, team faces the
ago,, we Kith mucn hope,
race at Tanforan three weeks ago
but never missed a day s train training.
ing. training. . ;;
"Unless something' goes wrong
with him between nowiand Satur Saturday,'
day,' Saturday,' he wm(sfirrt'1nr,IIa1iWtr!
SUkes," Cornell said. "His race
at Tanforar was, in ,my mind, the
best of his career.'
Silky in his first start after a
five-month layoff came, from 14 nins: streak when he won aeven
lengths.-off we, pace wscore an sames in a row jromrJulH 24,10
impressive'',viciory-vjn;rpne nau- sent. 6. 1 At itne-ptner extreme,
Moon 'Bay Purse. 'The colt will be Brooks Lawrence of -Cincinnati
ridden" by jockey Willie Shoemak- had the lonsrest loslns- streak.
er in the Malibu. A. A nine irames. He failed to win
Silky, however. takes en nb east from July (t to Auir. 29.
neid in nis tirst race ot tne meet- The league's workhors was
ing. Among horses nominated, for t)on Elston of the- Cubs, with 69
tne maiiou were'iocit stakes stars annearances.
U B UCfffllU, Aim 11C1U9,
Kings Go Forth
RATITRDAY NinHT'i fllMf
Cerresa Balboa i -Ab R H Po
Seeples, lfrl? V'5l
obertsflb .', U 0- 1
' r Totals
33 2 7 24 10
j; Moore rolled out for Thome in
vSr ; Carta Vieja
feartirome. lb A. 4 0 19
Schmidt, rf . S 1 18
Jacobs, 2b .41 2 3
5 arsons, If .... 2 0 0 2
mhelm,a -. . .'4 0 2 2
Kern, cf ..... 3 0 0 4
Rhantz. c Si i 4 0 1 3
! Park. 3b . ... 4 1 2 1 ,0
prout, p j,;, ,wW-.i o ji
Bay, Warhead As a team, Milwaukee's pitch
ers wjmnlied the best earned run
mark. S9i pittsbuwh, was sec-
onfl with s.58.,.M0st aousea
nitchers in th league, Aelonwd
th ,t."s Ane'e stair wmcn
wag rougnea up ror 4.47 eka.i
. .. ....
FRED (FIRPO) MARBIRRY
rkst aames, all but phe
Sfidt sUrtfi in 1923, 1 he pitched
to his ongwai., 171 car.
Washington-to wind up his car
r : JS; .nt winefs of
r. vji it won
lost only nine, t Detroit, ae
il.j iu- Ti.r. win a pennant
;ith 15-5 Vl934 for hU'last big
Sinoened to Fred
Marberry? Now 60, he's a farmer
wars Ab n
Austin, 2b-c $ 0
Green, ss ....43
Henley,-cl v.'. 3 2
Peden, e . . 1 1
Diaz 2b 3.0
Hunt, If ..... 3,2 t
Osorlo, E., Id'vVm 4 tO
Heron, 3b rt a e 4j
Gladstone, rt.,- . 5 a
Totals'," ) V.38 10.10 27 10
4 mariooro ..
Napoleon, f 4M1"
Hernara, is f v"
Altaian, If f:Vt ,3,0
Prescott,rf .'.'5' 1
Hardaway, 3b'v -4 U
Gablerit lh .'i.'-u4 .tl
Cobos.c tiJ 'i
Brathwaltet 2b 4 0 2
The Classic: League will be the
first league to resume hostilities
in 4959 when at 7:30 p.m. at the
Diablo Service Center on Jan. 2
Agewood tackles the up-and-cora-
mg Seymour aggregation and
Carta Vieja takes on the leaders,
For the three first named teams
this, will be a "must" win week.
Agewood must win, because they
are only three points' ahead of
Carta Vieja, and the latter must
win because the Seymours are too
close for, comfort. Seymours must
win in order to get out of the cel cellar.
lar. cellar. Only the league leading Marl,
boro will have no pressure ap applied,
plied, applied, because they have a six
The 'closing h.lf of tht twin twin-bill,
bill, twin-bill, although not battle for
first placn, turnad out to b a
humdinger for tlx innings with
Ctrveia Balboa tnjoying a 2-1
lead on David Robarts third in inning
ning inning ho-ntr with Barry SMrono
Manager Leon Kellman, behind
the plate again since Jesse Gond Gonder
er Gonder 's return to the States, called in
Chuck Page in the first frame af after
ter after the starter, Pete Mesa, walk walked
ed walked the first four Marlboro hit hitters.
ters. hitters. Page, heretofore with con control
trol control troubles pitched scoreless ball
for six innings. Tie St. Paul hur hur-le"
le" hur-le" seemed headed to a sensational
relief victory when shoddy field-
that it did not pay off because of
the Hector Loper .muff of Henry
Mitchell's grolnder that iet in
George Altman with the winning
It is to.be doubted whether Stan Stanford
ford Stanford Graham has ever managed
any other game this season as well
as he did last night's.,
Although Robbio was pitching
a good game,' having allowed
only two runs on fourh Its over
the tlx Innings' that ho tolled,
Graham did not hesltato to
yank him for a plnehhlttor with
two outt and a rumor in scor
ing position In tho sovonth.
Again, in the ... iventh, yith Cer Cer-veza
veza Cer-veza Balboa at bat and the base.
jammed with two outs, southpaw'
Bob Milo was called in to nitcn to
the lefty swinging David Roberts
with two men down and tho bases
loaded. Milo dUoosed of Davii
with a called third strike to end
Manager Kellman is having the
worst season of his iareef as a
manaaer'now that he TiSs the best
colluction 0' olayer that he has
ever manaced in all his years in
this loop. When it isn't the lark
of hitiintf. it Is poor pitchme, or
poor fielding, or .errors of omis
sion. All Kellmah can do is to
hope for better days
TOKYO (UPir-The U.SV Air
Force All-Stars beat the U.S. Ar Army
my Army All-Stars, 20-0, in the annual
Rice Bowl game before 78,000
J CORAL GABLES, Fla. (UPI) (UPI)-Spring
Spring (UPI)-Spring Hill Farm's Octopus won
the $11,900 Dade Metropolitan
Handicap at Tropical ark.
SAN BRUNoTcalif. (UPI) -King's
Canasta, a three-year-old
colt, won he $25,00 Tan.'oran
BOSTON (UPI) Harold W.
(Hall) Kopp was named football
line coach at Boston University.
PERTH, Australia (UPl)-The
United States Davis Cup tennis
team completed a 5-0 sweep cf
Italy in the interzone finals when
Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio
beat Nicola Pietriangelip 6-4, 3-6,
t-T. 8-6. 8-6. and Alex Olmedo of
Los Angeles defeated Orlando Sir-
0, 20-18, 6-1, 6-4.
NEW YORK (UPI)-The New
York Giants defeated the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Browns, 10-0, to win the
Eastern Division title of the Na National
tional National Football League.
SWARTHMORE. Pa. (UPI)
All-American halfback Pete Daw
kins of Army was among 32 men
selected as a Rhodes scholar.
SILVESTRE & BROSTELLA, S.A.
4i A e :
daily at 7:00 p.m.
Your Community Network YGN
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be sure your
CAR & TIRES
I ivondorodivhat!my huabandiivouldcay
.38 4 11 27 8.1
Mitchell popped but for Hardi
son In 5th. A
Houradou, struck ,pujt tor Li
sondroin 8th, s A.
" ; ; AIL 1
' J Volue for money I
1 jW'n .!; CV I .Give him a PhiUShave" my
X nave husband to be proud oC
' but he was not "at his best at the
Aj; Totals ;; ? ft 29 S' 10
SUMMARY Errors; Maran-
4, piti hatred 'n: Toper Pf
tls, Bartlrome, Jacobs, Ket
Ecme'' run-,art vWi ; Ce,r Ce,r-veza
veza Ce,r-veza ftsdWsVfci -TwiJ BsSef hits
Roberts. Oondr, Barf jrom. Ma;
randa.1 Three Base hit; -;rcorji,
t)6ublepUvH: Charles, Ferris,
prtberts: Lone? tmassisted. to to-.
. to-. ten Base : Bhetrone. a Sarlf lc
Hits Parris. Prout 2. -.'Kcm.
'Fruck out Bv: Maranda 4.
! orne I Prout S. Base on all
( off Mranda 1 Thorpe L Prout
44. Left on-ase: crta Vleia 8,
,i Ce'Trezn, Balboa t. Pitcher pen
: ord: MarAnrta Sui.v Wti- in 7
:lninfr. Toltchert to a batters In
Kb). Wi'rnii"' r.itchKr: P-out.
. l,osln! plt"hr: Mare"'"-1.
w(r,.,.;A Atterrlance: 1,671
. Score Bv Innlnfs
:xn xiuuuu iv iu
walte 2 s- HaplawJfy,' Green.eller
on. rbi'i Hunt Sfc pecjei).! Hen Henley
ley Henley 2, Lnebkfr, eUartfitPney Napo Napo-tron
tron Napo-tron Prathwalte- "'Si Two f base
hits? ftrfeferi 1 Roboa, Brathwalte.
Karried mm' Rings 7, Marlboro
4( stolen basf:: .Huni'-.w Osorio,
Heromwt battert HaMison Pt-
den). Struck out by Beamon ;
HRrdlson 8, Lisotirlrof 4, Luebke
4 ; Bae iOn balls off v Beamon 6.
Hardlson 4, Luebke 8. Feproson
I. Left on base: Klncs 12, Marl
boro 9. Pitchers record: Beamorj
.1 runs, 3 hits In 1 t'i lnnlnss:
H.rdiso xuns, T hits in tVi
inning,sl xfsondrd 0 runs, 0 hits
in j inninsjs. v winninf pitcher; 1
Luebke (4-1). Loslns; pitcher r
Beamon- oi ummresrj Wiil Wiil-Jm,
Jm, Wiil-Jm, Corriwn.i -Hllna;eri i At
teMance; .2.134, Time of aame:
For a lonftlme I couldn't decide
why he had the "early, m6rnlng
blues, until one day a friend fave
una a srentle hint. 'fi'" 1 -r-'
. A i .... U i';'.
Thinking It over, 1 thought Yea,
it could be the reason": my hus husband
band husband did haU the morning ritual y
of shaving-with soap and water.
Value for money I
-Give him a PhiUShave"
friend had said. Ad,Jl did....'!
(i.i,,-;'V:--,t.',.- 'r.-. mi 1 I V. if in yj.ii ? V A'.'
-hi I, 'V'l?-' ' "'A
-mmmw, .... mmm
To tell the truth, he jSU& iay a
word whaa t gave hlm..Bla pre pre-est,
est, pre-est, : but,,iie. 4id; begla to ns
thaa.S, weeks later, X felt
smiled $ muggly ; whea t he ; said,
My PhiUShave is the moat won wonderful
derful wonderful present you ever gave me""
Of course t can notice the diffe
rence: he shaves more quickly, ; :
has a cleaner shave, and his skin
looks-and feels 'healthier.' -'A A A.'.
qualnf $ had 6t yv
Every morning he la ta a radiant'
mood, because shaving with a'
PhiUShave is topi in. shaving
eomfort. (' 4'
5 m. ;
SliistrIbutMfer f AN AMA: Rodriguac y Componia Uda. PANAMA.' :
Scientific Curjng A
AND A NEW TIRE 3
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. TTESDAT, BECCEgra 1811
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Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa liar Beach. Talaphoiia
?3mfrh. Gambo 102
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottage
Santa Clara I ft) Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 9-1877 Cristobal 1-1673.
FOR HINT; Complatel fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom houta ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to Golf course. Uric liv liv-mgroom,
mgroom, liv-mgroom, diningteem. bar, porch,
terraces and gardens. Available
Fab. 1st. Ne. 13. Fifth Street,
Golf Haighti. Telephone 2-1459.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, maid's room, hot wa water,
ter, water, garage. Phone 3-2279.
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BAHDO LOM-BAHDO Ne. U "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Are. J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TivoU He. 4 FAKMACIA ESTADOS VNIDOS la Central At.
II ruru uumi-jiuw iueatmena Ave. and
fARMACIA LUX 164 Central Arnne HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J
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A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE! IStb Street and Aseador Gnerraro No. 14MI.
fARMACIA "SAS"' VU FORBAS 11
FOR RENT: Modern 2 and 3
bedroom apartments in new
buildi ng in La Cresta. Fillip air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, hat water. Tela-
FOR RENT: El Cangraja. fuHy
furnished 1 room apartment, new
furniture, new house, balcony,
hot water. Call 3-1789.
t PARIS Outgoing President
Rem- Coty, congratulating Gen.
Charlr. de Gaulle on his election
as the first president of the Fifth
, i"I want to.behe first to give
my heartfelt and sincerest con congratulations
gratulations congratulations for your election."
WASHINGTON FBI Director J.
Edgar Hoover, on the Communist
Party in the United States during
the last year:
"Sensing a Wore favorable at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, the' Communist Party,
P.S.A., and it dunes and sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers gained further courage
and became more vocal in their
tttacks upon law enforcement and
ther professions which are led led-kated
kated led-kated to preserving our freedoms."
FOR RENT.- Going on vacation.
Diplomat will rant completely
furnished apartment, from Jan Jan-vary
vary Jan-vary to May, in Bella Vista. Liv Living
ing Living room, dining room, two
porches, two bathrooms, three
bedrooms, very cool. Exceptional
opportunity. $110.00 par month.
No. 9, 46th Street (former) er
4-98 (Modern). Tel. 3-6525.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
apartment. 2 bathrooms, living,
diningroom, carage, maid's room.
Hispania Building, No. i. Co Colombia
lombia Colombia Street.-Phone 3-1875.
FOR SALE: Mercedes-Ben
190SL sports coupa convertible
in like new condition. Taxes paid.
Priced for immediate sale. Call
Mr. Keevers at 3-7234 er Hotel
El Panama room 418.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Pontiac convertible
automatic, radio, new tires, new
motor in perfect meckanical con condition
dition condition $375.00. Pkone 3-7493
office kours. ',
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1957 Opal, radio,
duty paid and can be financed.
See at Household Exchange, Pa Panama
nama Panama Tel. 3-4911.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR RENT: High In El Can Can-greia.
greia. Can-greia. furnished o unfurnished
two bedroom aoarnt with all
comfort. Call 3-7453.
NEW ORLEANS Ellis Laborde,
manager og New Orleans' City
Park, on a U.S. Supreme Court
mandate desegregating the park
s of Dec. 18:
"This means that Negroes are
Bow permitted to use all the park
facilities fhe tennis courts, the
baseball fields, the golf courses
... all the facilities."
wife of Rex Harrison, on losing
their savings on a show in which
"The financial disaster and
that's what it is to people in our
position was my fault because it
was I who discovered the play
and persuaded Rex to put up th
money and direct it."
SANTA MONICA Mickey Har Har-gitay,
gitay, Har-gitay, on the birth of a boy to his
access wife, Jayne Mansfield:
"like any father, I always
wanted a boy. I was positive it
would be a boy but still it was a
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US Troops Have
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WITH U.S. 1ST CALVARY T1TVT.
SION, Korea (U '?!)' Tronrw tf
the 1st Cavalry Division vesterdav
prepared a Christmas nnesint fvr
36 Korean orphans a new home.
The 1st battle, eroun of th sth
Cavalry Brigade boueht a aunnspt
hut as a new orphanage for the
homeless youngsters who ranee in
age from 4 to 16. The drive for
the new home began when the
children gave a show at an Army
recreation center theater last
Future efans'feall for a commit
tee to see to their welfare and
possible expansion of the orphan orphanage
age orphanage to care for mor evictims of
the Korean war.
Giants Hope Landry
Will Do An Encore
Job Against Colts
NEW YORK (UPI) Texan Tom
Landry really did the job up
brown and all that the triumphant
New York Giants asked today wis
that he do an encore against the
Baltimore Colts next week.
From head-,?Coach Jim Lee
Howel on down to the water boy,
the Giants all credited Sunday's
10-0 playoff victory over the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Browns to Landry, a tall, si silent
lent silent technical-minded ex-halfback
who serves as New York's defen defensive
sive defensive coach.
"I've never seen a team play a
better defensive," Howell said,
"and Tom Landry was the key to
the whole thing.
"Tom had' Jimmy Brown de de-fensed
fensed de-fensed so well lie neyefhSa a
chance to go any place. I've nevsr
seen a defense so completely over overpower
power overpower another team that was sup supposed
posed supposed to be equally good."
mmmmmmmmsMm wwrttimiiiiiiwMiMMMMMM MiiiiwiiiirMiiinynirmnrof- l
FOR SALE; Complete house of
furnishings, ceramics, 12 ft. re-r
frigerater, mahogany bads, im imported
ported imported China, crystals, Hi-Fi. TV,
paintings, rugs, stove, suitable
for any home, lamps, books,
bookcases, 5 sofas, 20 chairs,
breakfast tat, 1 0 piece mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany dining room suite, 3 kitchen
-;cabinets, misc. items, wardrobe.
Call Mika Mcdeffarty 3-0140.
FOR SALE: Leaving, livingroent
set, pne month old, witkeut use,
give away ariea, one couch bed.
one refrigerator, one lamp. Call
3-7028, Servicios y Colocacio Colocacio-nes.
nes. Colocacio-nes. Cimara da Comercio.
FOR SALE: One upholstered
green armchair, $35. Perfect
condition. Phone Balbaa 1485.
Mrs. Valentina de Younr is now the happy owner of a
new 2-door Austin Sedan which she won as the Grand Prize in
the "Chlco de Oro" Christmas Raffle. Mrs. de Youne is shown
here surrounded by her family as Mr. Dick Dehlinger, Vice
President of ''Chico de Oro" made the presentation vesterdav
morning of the Austin purchased at Cyrnos, Austin distributors
in ranama. Advt,
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
t The New
with built-in universal
'fnama : tr" Colbn
Central Ave. 13-166
Calidonia No. 25-41
EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
. from 12:15 to 12:30 p.m.
A CALL FROM PAUL''
LES PAUL and his TRIO
St. John's (N.Y.) 90 Virginia 71
St. Bonaventure 69 Duquesne 56
LaSalle 84 Western Kentuky 76
Penn State 78 Colgate 54
Ohio U. 58 Cornell 54 (ot)
Boston College 74 Seton Hall 66
Fordha'm 88 Columbia 73
Ohio Wesleyan 65 Buffalo Tchrs 60
Villanova 74 Duke 67
St. Francis 74 Marshall 72 (ot)
Kentucky 97 West Virginia 81
Oklahoma St. 63 Ohio St. 59 (ot)
Blua Grass Tournament
N. Carolina 78 Northwestern 64
Notre Dame 61 Louisville 53
Auburn 7 Alabama 60
Texas A and M 74 Wyoming 64
Citadel 98 Miami (Fla.) 77
Georgia 83 Florida St 71
Maryland 68 Wake Forest 65
Tulane 65 Centenary 55
Florida-' 78 Florida Southern 63
ueorgia Tec 92 South Carolina 62
Vanderbilt 87 Dartmouth 71
Illinois- SSNew York U. 7t
iurenigau eaueiawart 58
California 68 Wisconsin 58
Michigan St. '"80 Nebraska 55
Purdue 55 South Dakota 44
Marquette 70 Creiphtrm 10
Kansas St. 68 St.Joseph's (Pa.) 55
"uua ox xennessee 66
Evansvilte 86 DePaul 77
Wichita 82 Southern Cal 70
Cincinnati 57, St. Louis 50
Washington 81 Iowa 68
Dayton 69 Eastern Kentucky 68
North Carolina St, 66 Kansas 63
Texas Tech 80 Missouri 70
Tulsa 84 Hardin-SimTrmn. to
New Mexico 79 Santa Barbara 73
uiuHnoma city 63 Iowa fit sa m
Oregon St. 73 Indiana 69
Stanford 53 San Franoisco U. 45
UCLA 56 Colorado 54
engnam Young 75 Santa Clara 65
Pepperdine 66 Whittier 50
Nevada 39 Sacramento St. 29
laano m. 86 Arizona 58
DIVIDE TEAM MEMBERS
GAZLETON, Pa. (UPI) The
Eastern Professional Basketball
league nas divided member of
the defunct Rochester elub among
uie remaining learns in tne cir circuit.
cuit. circuit. The Rochester franchise fold folded
ed folded when backers suffered finan
FOR SALE Ume Oak T. V.
Delux 21 inck, like new. Coca
Buy 4 atereaphonic record of
same price and gat en FREE.
AGENCIAS DIAZ. 37th Street
FOR SALE: Beautiful Mencaye.
paintings camera, Kodak magai" magai"-sin
sin magai"-sin t mm. House 6333-A, Lac
Stereophonic records, Christmas,
classical, populars. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street Na. 6-A. Naw
shipment,, fust'' arrived,
FOR SALE: Canaries and Para Parakeet,
keet, Parakeet, just arrived from Holland.
Phone 3-6271. 50th street, be between
tween between 94th and 95th.
FOR SALE: RCA Whirlpool 8.1
c. ft. refrigerator, 6 months aid
$180.00, new 30 gal. Glat lined -gas
water heater, never been
used $100.00. Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE: One girls bicycle
Raleigh, 3 speeds, large sine. 28
iiich, like naw $35.00. Phone 2 2-3652
3652 2-3652 after 4:30 p.m. daily or
anytime Saturday er Sunday.
Gives yeur family comfort for
Christmas. GIBSON AIR CON CON-DITIONERS
DITIONERS CON-DITIONERS from 4 h.p.
low amp., and regular unit at
price and terms to fit any bud budget.
get. budget. TROPE LCO, S.A.
FOR SALE: Webcor Regent
Tape recorder, I moths use, late
model, 3 speeds, $150.00. Phen
FOR SALE: Last chance, Lionel
train complat. $30.00, 2-2321.
Faison Takes Over
As CZ Health Chief
Col. Thomas G. Faison, direc
tor of Goreas Hospital who has
been appointed Canal Zone health
director, took over his new duties
omeiauy yesterday morning, v
He succeeds Col. 1 Charles o
Bruce, who1 has been reassigned
to duty with the Walter Reed Ar
my Medieal Center In Washington
Faison came to the Isthmus in
July of this year frem Tort Jack
son. S. C. where he was post sur
geon and hospital commander.
He was born in Winton, N.C. and
is a graduate of iNortn uaroima
Stats College and the Medical Col-
lego of Virginia. He received his
master's degree in Public- Health
at Johns Hopkins University and
has had many years' experience
in Public Health work.
He Is a member of the American
Medical Association, the American
Public Health Association, the a a-nierican
nierican a-nierican College of, Preventive Me Medicine,
dicine, Medicine, and is a diplomats of the
American Board of Public Health,
and Preventive Medicine.
Cops On Their Day
MEXICO CITY. (UPI) Traffic
policemen were honored by mo
torists throughout Mexico yester
Following a tradition dating
back to more than 10 yean, driv drivers
ers drivers observde "traffic policeman's
day'' by presenting officers with
Christmas parcels ot toys ana
cigarettes, candy and ocaiiohal
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Your Community NetWork YCN
Experienced operators for corrugated
carton machinery to operate the follow follow-ing
ing follow-ing equipment t
S & S Corrugator
Hooperl Multi-color Printer Slotter
Specially cutter-creasers f
Semi-automatic Tapers & Gluers -Semi-automatic
Fully automatic Folder-Taper
Please -write full panimlart and
experience for an interview to
Industrias San Antonio, S. A.
Box 5540, Panama, R. P.
FOR SALE: Lot 500 Sad 1.000
.meter, m the Nuev Hlpodrama
Urbanisation, acres the Remoa)
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. MclarneH.
SANTA QUOTED RPICES
HERRIN. IU. fUPIU-Oarv Pnl.
lard, 8, has set up his own shop shopper's
per's shopper's aid for Santa Claus.
Alongside his bst of Christmas
wishes Gary quoted the price of
eacn urm. lotai COSt $95.32.
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v DRAWER "A", DIABLO -'
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CX
' PHONI BALBOA 1709
FOR SALIi Puppies cocker
Spaniel, mother ana month eld.
Call Balboa '2405, House No.
2235. Car Street Balboa.
FOR SALIr.M Tbrco Springer
Spaniel male) puppie still left,
Ideal Christmas gift. Call vS-
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"Hobby ff oiindup' To Get Underway
Saturday At Clayton Service Club
'Hobby 'Roundup" a collection chance tiiat a well known celebiri-
of hobbies of evrvnn In Miia
re a and sponsored by the Fort
ClaVton Srvir rinh Wnlit1
Men's Advisory Council,' will offi
cially gei underway Saturday, for
a two-day" run at the Fort Clayton
Service Club, Jadwin Hall, the post
sium and the area adjacent to the
Opening at 2 p.m., the first nay's
activities will kicludA a nararie
of 1959 automobiles representing
aimost every manufacturer in the
worldi Many sport cars will be
included .eivinp that iwlitnr a
chance of a life time to see all
the new cars at once.
After initial Mnmnniai mh Cat.
urdav. the exhibita will h nrwn
to the-' spectators who will see
pernaps tne widest array of hob hobbies
bies hobbies ever collected at one time.
Gem collecting, batea naintine.
skin diving, parakeet raising
square dancing, weightligting, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, fencing, flower raising and
all sorts of hobbie will be on dis display
play display to give everyone the chance
to see what groups in the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama
are 'doing.: ,.
Saturday tliM will IflLtl KaK Will.
sical selections by the 79th' Army
ty will be present for opening day
That mvtminv Vhr ti
square dancing exhibition by the
Star in the Circle dancers and an
exhibition by the Panama Judo
Cluby .'' ;3'' s : -i.
On Sunday between and 6 pjn.
there will ha a imiiltansniia chat.
'match, with one person taking
on au.pna iAncrr at 7 n m
El Panama Skin Divers Club is to
give an exniDinon at tne fost
swimming pool. At S:30, p m., the
mo adbjo ring rong taub in
Cludine that 1958 Tuthmlan oh.m
pion) will give iiixhibition at,the
. service ciun.;: ?;. ty. :
Anv ffroun with a hnhhv U weJ.
come to displajr its efforts at 'Hob-
uy jiounaup. v ucn persons or
groups desiring to do so should
call Mrs. Haberstiolr t S7.417R
soon as possible. The offer Is open
io everyone in qm Canal Zone and
we nepuouc oi Manama.
to give hobbyists an idea of what
outers are doing locally and also
give '- members of the military the
cnance io join With such groups
in developing new hobbies.
rne event ;s free of charge and
Band and possibly a Boy Scout everyone in the Canal Zori ami
fflAll i W Tku. . T. I
v'-- j-uviw xm ibu a suuu me nepuoiic oi ranama if invited
Thrilling Drama Of Et!aiTaias In
Life Of Heroic Pioneer .
Pre-Release Tomorrow at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre, i
In story, song and poem hi courageous featr of that 1
Intrepid conqueror of unknown frontiers, Daniel Boone,
. has become a fabulous legend the world-over; Republio
studios unveiled in beantif ul Trucolor a vivid and suspenses
crammed motion picture dealing with the daring exploits
of; this fabulous : man. This highly entertaining film, pro
duced by Albert C, Gannaway, is "DANIEL BOONE, TRAIL TRAIL-BLAZER
BLAZER TRAIL-BLAZER picture PRE; RELEASE TOMORROW at the
"DRIVE-IN" .Theatre, and stars Bruce Bennett as Boone,
Lon Chaney. as the eolorful Indian Chief Blackfish and
aron nonng, who has already sung his way to the top
.- register as a foremost exponent of folksy melody.
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Via Oeneal Area Of $77 Billion' .
Democrats Doubt Eisenhower Will Be Abl
Balance His Budget Without New Taxes
' WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 (UPI)
the new Federal budeet at 77 billion
Key Congressional Democrats tod day openly questioned the. ability of President Eisenhower to balance
dollars without a general tax1 Increase. ''
The chairmen of the Senate Finance and House Appropriations committees accepted Elsenhower's announced goal of endihg .mountainous
Z Federal deficits as admirable. But they doubted that Uncle Sam would take in enough extra revenue to do the job in fiscal 1960.
v t -The President, although he proposed increased defense spending, pr omised he would not ask for a general tax hike. He said the budget will
al1 for higher postal rates and gasoline taxes, however. ; '"V s
"...' In a direct challenge to the strong Democratid Congress to refrain from heavy new spending, Eisenhower issued the rare budget preview
-esterday nearly a month before it was scheduled to go to Capitol Hill. :'v V
"It will be a balanced budget," the President said. "Revenues and expenditures will bVtn the general area of 77 billion dollars
" The Chief Executive said re redactions
dactions redactions in total spending
expected to pass 80 billion dol dollars"
lars" dollars" this year would be ac accomplished
complished accomplished in the new budget
k partly by ending of temporary
programs In agriculture, unem unemployment
ployment unemployment insurance and hous housing.
'Savings in this category were
estimated at upwards of $2,500, $2,500,-000,000.
000,000. $2,500,-000,000. The President's request for
another postal rate increase
Wag given little chance of
Winning approval from Con Congress.
gress. Congress. As one House Post Office
committee source put it
tnnV finneress 28
from a- three to a four tcent
stamp on letters. It's not like likely
ly likely to- go'tip another penhy with within
in within one year."
Informed sources said the
President would renew his re request
quest request of last January for a
five cent 'stamp on out-of-town
Congress 'gave that proposal
the cold shoulder earlier this
vear, but it did approve boost boosting
ing boosting the rate for both local and
out-of-town letters from three
to four cents.
The four-cent rate went into
effect last Aug. 1, as part of a
"It package rate hike which will
years to go amount to 550 million dollars
Rep. H. R. Gross (R-Iowa)
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GRAND RELEASE JANUARY 1
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high ranking member of the
House Post Office' committee,
said there Was "no chance" of
Congress okaying a five-cent
stamp next year.
"This is certainly not the
time to boost postage rates
Gross said. He noted that some
of the increases In second and
third class rates approved this
year have not gone into effect
yet. Some of these start Jan. 1
and others at later dates.
The President issued his un unusual
usual unusual statement after he and
top defense and civilian aides
put the finishing touches on
the budget that will be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the predominantly
Democratic Congress soon af after
ter after it convenes next month.
It amounted to a challenge to
the lawmakers to refrain from
starting new spending programs
mat might tnrow the govern
ment Into deficit spending.
The president already has
said he will fight Democratic
spenders" la the next Con
After issuing the President's
statement, White House Press
Secretary James C. Hagerty told
newsmen rthePresident and the
administration hope .that, the
Congress of the United States
will also do .their best to keep
the' budget' in balance."
The last officially-announced
spending estimate- for the cur
rent fiscal year put Federal
spending At ;$79J2OO,OO0JOO and
revenues at $67,200,000,000. This
would leave a deficit of about
12 billion dollars on June 30,
unofficially, these estimates
for the 1959 fiscal year have
been revised to slightl more
than 80 billion dollars in spend
ing and slightly ..more than 68
billion dollars in revenues.
' The President said a bal balanced
anced balanced budget next year would
show the American people and
the world that "our govern government
ment government is determined to live
within its means, thereby do doing
ing doing its part to prevent infla inflation,
tion, inflation, to encourage eeonomie
expansion and to fulfill Amer American
ican American responsibilities of world
But he; said ."the. budget will
provide higher expenditu res
than ever before in time of
peace for national defense."
In the current fiscal year, de defense
fense defense spending has been run running
ning running at $40,800,000,000. and may
go higher before the end of the
Qf Soviet Military Cuts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 83 (UPI) American officials said today
their initial analysis of Russia's 176.8 billion dollar budget for
1959 convinces them that the Soviet Union is continuing its rapid
build up of nudeai age military might. .'
, The new Soviet budget also presents a sobering picture of
what appears to be a considerable increase in Russia's industrial
production and investment at a time when the American economy
was having trouble holding its own, they added.
American experts on Soviet affairs discounted as meaning
less .Russia's announcement of a slight decrease in the "visible
military budget" from roughly $24,075,000,000 to $24,025,000,000.
tenths of 1 percent from
They said -there undoubtedly
were heavy "hidden" military
expenditures in the vaguely ear.
marked budget of $8,800,000 lor
science and $23,300,000,000 for
The dollar figures citea are ui
tjrm of the official exchange
rate of four rubles to the dollar.
However, officials pointed out
that under Russia's manipulat manipulated
ed manipulated economy the ruble is worth
much more in purchasing pow power
er power for machinery, labor and
Officials sat Russia's abili ability
ty ability to continue" her military
build-up, while showing a
slight reduction in the milita military
ry military budget as evidence of her
professed desire to reduce
armament, pes in the sleight-of-hand
method of Soviet
The Soviet government pro pro-iod
iod pro-iod 12 ner cent Increase in
it overall hudeet. mostly for
"scientific Tesearch," The fig figures
ures figures showed a fractional drop in
the estimate for visible military
Finance Minister Arseny Zve Zve-rev
rev Zve-rev presented the budget fig figures'
ures' figures' at the opening session of
the Supreme Soviet, : Russia's
It was the fourth year 1 a
row that the estimate for the
military showed a drop but
observers pointed out it was
possible part of, the military
spending program was inch inched
ed inched under other headings. The
budget estimate for "scientific
research" was nearly quadru-
PZvdeVev proposed that the
overall budget be set at 707,300, 707,300,-000,000
000,000 707,300,-000,000 rubles for 1959, an in increase
crease increase of between 12 and 13
percent above the 1958 budget
estimate set last December.
Of this, 96.100,000,000 was 11st 11st-.i
.i 11st-.i th mllltarv defense budg
et, a fractional reduction of two-
CAN YOU TAKE
"THE REVENGE OF
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horrifying es The Curse
You'll hoy jrightmareslfye iorf guarantee
thai you "won't faint! We do guarantee that
you'll oe shocked! "THE REVENGE OF FRANK-.
ENSTEIN" starring Peter Cushing, Eunice Gay-
At the official exchange rate
of 4 to 1, this would reflect an
overall budget of $178,800,000, $178,800,000,-000
000 $178,800,000,-000 more than twice the size of
the U.S. budget, and $24,025, $24,025,-000,000
000,000 $24,025,-000,000 for, defense, about 60
percent of the size of the UJ5.
The 1347 deputies at the ses session
sion session were expected to approve
the budget figures.
Zverev proposed a fractional
reductions in government "in "investment
vestment "investment in the national econ economy"
omy" economy" and in expenses for gov government
ernment government operations.
But he called for 1 a huge
Jump In the allocation for sci scientific
entific scientific research, from 23,900, 23,900,-000,000
000,000 23,900,-000,000 mbles in 1958 to 87,300, 87,300,-000,000
000,000 87,300,-000,000 billion In 1959. He gave
no breakdown in these figures.
Read sfory on pdgz, 10: i
Artnyl Engineer Ma kes :Long:Distance Colli :
Gefs: Near-Perfect Connection With Aias
WASHINGTON, Dec i 23
(UPI)-An Army, engineer on
the, East Coast placed a long
distance t telephQne call 'to
America's talking satellite 800
miles above the Pacific yester
day and made connections, J
Gels Customer -From
i The 0 lumber ship Antarctica
which broke flown in puntare
nas. Costa Rica, and -was tow
ed to. the Canal 25one by the
Panama Canal's "tug Taboga,
was drydocked to Cristobal yes
terday,. 4 -
" Previouslv uartr of the deck
load "of lumber had been re removed
moved removed to .make her easier to
handle to -drydock. -e
The Antarctica reauired a re-
lining of her stem bearing. And
while she is docked, a spare
propeller shaft will be Installed.
Workmen In. Cristobal r hope
to finish the Job tomorrow. tomorrow.-'
' tomorrow.-' Probably on Christmas Day,
the Antarctica will reload her.
deck cargo and transit the' Ca
The vessel will then continue
its voyage to Peru and Chile.
She was on its way down the
Pacific Coast from Vancouver
when the breakdown occurred.
. Initially the ship had not
been scheduled to touch Canal
Payne St Wardlaw are local
Thev estimated todav the
towing Job and repairs will cost
1 LITTIU LATZ 7
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Ing beyond your means but keep keeping
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i The engineer, Thomas O. Wol Wol-stencrof
stencrof Wol-stencrof t, talked to the satellite
from the Army Signal Corps in installation
stallation installation at Ft. v Monmouth
N J, His telephoned message was
relayed to the Atlas satellite by
a radio transmitter near Coro Corona,.
na,. Corona,. Calif v ViV.i
The Army transmitter jit ft.
Sam' Houston, Tex,' then trig triggered
gered triggered the satellite's transmit
ter and all four Army ground
stations received "near per perfect''
fect'' perfect'' recordings as the Atlas
made Its 54th pass across the
! A Defense Department state.
ment said ; Wolstencrof t "spoke
directly into the tape recorder
on the satellite" tffiugh the
telephone and tadio relay.
. v Following Wolstencroffs in.
troductory message, President
Eisenhower's Christmas message
of "peace on earth and good will
to men everywhere" was re
broadcast i to the satellite b7
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At the end of the transmit
sion the Ft. Sam Houston sta
tlon triggered. the satellite
transmitter and received the
message back along with stations-
at Corona, Ft. Huachuca.
Anz., ana si. Stewart, oa. i
"ine recordings at all sta
tions were reported to be near
perfect," the Pentagon said.
xne department v said the
fact that the 85-f oot-long AW
las was tumbling end-over-end
at the rate of about one
revolution per minute "causes
some fading in the ground re reception
ception reception but not sufficient to
Meanwhile.1 Senat Dpmnrra-
tie Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
cautioned against letting the
Atlas satellite become "a basis
for an .exaggerated'" opinion of
He said tne world's newest
and largest satellite must not
be used as an excuse for "dimin
ishing our efforts' in space ex exploration."
Johnson made the comment
in a statement announcing two
staff appointments by the Sen Senate
ate Senate Space Committee of which
he is chairman, - ,.
Kenneth E. Bellett of the Sen
ate Armed Services .Committee
staff was named, space commit committee
tee committee staff director. Dr. Gleii "p.
Wilson, the committee's- techni
cal coordinator, was appointed
chief clerk. J
Johnson called attention to
his November speech before the
United Nations .hi, .which he
said "the full idimensions of thi
promise of space are now be
yond the scope of our ? knowl
edge and imagination."
. He said it stui wonm Be an
error "to presume that we
have more than merely 4
glimpse of these dimensions."
Johnson said the space com-
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tnittee "Is dedicated to thet
principlo that our nation -must! 1
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