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PANAMA, R. P: 8ATTJKDAT, DECEMBER J57, 1958
With; Columbus-route Aeronauts ;Dowri ;in. Jungle.. V'
CARACAS,"' U6Xi Vur1 ww u w launuiinu iuunj
for th balloon ''Small World," belived do Wn In Venezuela' f Green, Hell", jungle at
the end of Itt 'historic trans-Atlantic croesfng. v
, A weak" radio rnwsage:Teceived late yesterday taid the' balloonliand Its four
crew member had'-land'ed safely. a pornttabout 22 miles eoutheas't of the tiny
coastal port of Pedernales" in the federal d Strict of Delta. Amacuro.
The 'area,' called the "Green" HelU"i' i the least clyiliied, section lot Venezuela. It
u. niv recently' beVn opened by; U.S. oil company exploration teams,'1 It Is populat-
. bv wlost Indian tribesof whicK little nown.
laa air force r the
no sign oi
51, SrtUtofew members w-
oil tympanies' I OodmI
search today while
?oU S 5S? broadcast in the
US Haf Chfap;
SSt nSrt in construction of the
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HIS tWWiuww T-rxiL-n..
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Police Rush Doclor
To Aid Elderly Man
With Broken Leg
Cristobar 'police .today went to
ttfaW Of aT eUerly Jm"n
ShV fell WJdtfJSe
wlule crossing" a bridge v
Svm in the Escondido area today.
" "flfe man was Cecil Char es, ex ex-PanCanal
PanCanal ex-PanCanal employe,, who lives m
Colon. He was or i his way t? too
or work with a friend who has a
market garden. Since the bridge
taken te Coco Solo hospiU1.
Is in a Temote place some 0"
from the highway, Charles lay in
ereat pain for some while, before
J passer by notified" pohce
"A patrol CM.was dispatched with
, doctor, who put Charles leg in
iplints on the scene. He was then
The1' radio "report indicated
the Small World, which ieit
Santa ferns de Tenerife in the
Canary Islands Dec. 12. had a-
chievea its aim in iouowmg wp wp-lumbus'
lumbus' wp-lumbus' route across the Atlan
tic. r -.
May End Newspaper
'kEW.VORk! fiec27 (UK) -The
end of the costly, 17-day New
York' City newspaper strike ap appeared
peared appeared to. be in sight today. A pro
posed new. contract needed only
the approval of the rank-and-file
membership of fte Deliverers V V-nion
nion V-nion tnTflfrrqwi r
KhiwAioWiyot' Af the vublisa
Ar.anrt th newsDaoepTMail and
Deliverers Smon,. spurreo- on
federal :meqators,Uast eigni
nrri iorwi for a new two
year- contract after a protonged
cri .nf. nesotianoni.
i Union! attorney Asher senwarw
tM tfotiil of; the contract Vould
be spelled' Out Vto the membership
r 11 a.m. tooax at manauan ucn ucn-r
r ucn-r and would be yoted upon 1 by
icret ballot Sunday from I a.m
10 p.m. i i.,
Barnev G. Cameron, chairman
nf the Publishers Association of
New Yfirk.rtold UPI: 4
' VWe (the nine, newspapers) will
beein oublishine -as soon as pos
sible after -the men return 10
Even' if the union members ap approve
prove approve the contract, however, New
Yorkers, were destined to spend
their third Sunday in a row with without
out without Sunday papers,;?.:
The Strike, which forced the sus suspension
pension suspension of the New York Times.
Herald-Tribune, News Mirror,
Journal-American, world Tele
gram and Sun, Post, the long Is Island
land Island Star-Journal and the Long Is
land P;ess,-cost an estimated ,34
million dollars in lost revenue and
wages., Vj. w
Ohio Jail Inmates
Gel Yule Spirit;
Produce Saw Blades
Police chief Col. Bolivar Valla Valla-rino
rino Valla-rino today urged Mayor Alberto
Aleman to have his inspectors
exercise greater vigilance, over
the city's amusement centers in
order, to cut down on unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary noise;
Vallarino made his recommen-,
datlon in a, note to Aleman.; The
note called' attention to-the fact,
that a radio-, patrol car had to
be sent on Christmas Eve at a a-round
round a-round llp.m. to order the re removal,
moval, removal, of loudspeakers at a
dance hall, on B Avenue.
The loudspeakers had been
neighbors had complained that
it was a source of disturbance,
In his note to the mayor. 'Va
llarino also made reference to-
the city : ordinance, against Tin-
spirit of Christmas proved too
much for a eroiiD of hard-boiled
prisoners in the Butler County jail
and the men turned over five
hacksaw blade and a hall of a
Jailer Larry 'Bineeajr said short
ly after a religious group visited
the jail to sing carols and distri
bute presents, one of the" men
called the sheriff to his cell nd
turned oyer the contraband.
ftineefJiWifH! didn't know how
fhit. blaaes .w"rev gmnRled 'Ur but
he and his bides Wrk AtilT neamh;
ing for the 'other half of. the saw.
'There afe hiding pladeXin that
jail that" "nobody .but the prison
ers Know bdoui," ne saia Ttie Ttie-blades
blades Ttie-blades could have been thrown1 to
the men through a window.
Binegar added' that tt might not
have been an entirely joyous spir spir-is
is spir-is that promoted the move. Hn
"Said the sheriff recently had. the
leievision sec removed irom the
second, floor as a disciplinary
"We 'decided that 'maybe- the
boys in the second story;-, thought
if they were good, the', sheriff
would out the TV hack for thm ".
he said. v
35th Interrogation Finds
Atlas StilH Communicative
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2riUPI)-
Amerlca's Atlas satellite still is
"talking" ; 'fe
The Defense Department said
the four and a half ton satellite
exchanged four more voice and
teletypewriter messages yesterday
with Army ground stations, The
giant missile was "interrogated
and tested successfully" four
successive passes across 5 the li linked
nked linked State. : ,!
It market the 35th time, since
the Atlas .was ahot aloft by the
Air Force Dec. 18 that the deli
cate outer, space communications
"brain" has been interrogated.
The Pentagon reported that thus
far snce President Eisenhower's
NEW DELHI,' India (IJPI) -Delhi
University conferred an
honorary degree of letters on
Ghanna's Prime Minister Kwama
Nkrumah yesterday in tribute to
his -work as '4rchiteckof Africa's
''pi',ii' y f
Christmas message was broadcast
to earth a week ago, the relay e-
quipment. has been loaded and un unloaded
loaded unloaded with messages 29 times.
In yesterday's tests, dispatchers
at Corona, Calif., loaded the "talk
ing" satellite and the message
was sent up to the satellite at Sam
Houston and relayed back at Fori
The tests took place at 9:38 a.m.,
11:40 a.m., 1:20 p.m., and 3:15 p.
m. as the mammoth satellite made
its 110th, 111th, 112th and 113th
passes around the globe,
PROTEST flLM SEIZURE
fPARIS (UPD-Pathe "Newsreel
protested to police today against
the seizure of a newsreel containing-
allegedly offensive remarks
about the heads of state of, France
and other countries. The newsreel.
in which comedians Poret and
Serrault Guy discussed world pol politics,
itics, politics, was confiscated after it was
shown to a few audiences.
TAIPEI. Dec. 27 (UPI)
Communist artillery bombarded
the Nationalist-held offshore is islands
lands islands .. todavw but the Defense
Ministry here said the shelling
was very' light.
: Red sunn- fired oruy 18 rounds
beforev dawn and another 58
rounds in. the morning against
the Quemoys as they resumed
their;, odd-numbered day shell shell-insr:rthe
insr:rthe shell-insr:rthe Defense Ministry an
nounced. ; v
The ministry said, however,
that durins the even-numbered
day ceaae-llr yesteraay neany
2 000 Communist soldiers were
observed -constructing new -gun
I nnclMnna and nt.renct.heninff old
FKANR.r u.it i ueriuau A.jiones aiong mt cwsv wiuui inn
Want To Entertain
i i -v -jr'
For 1000 Homes,
NEW YORK, Dec. 27 (UPI) Builders of the iowT
cost housing project in Panama for the American Fedcra, Fedcra,-tion
tion Fedcra,-tion of State, County and Municipal Employes union Jit
the Canal Zone expect to have pre-fabricated houses' )nfj
production in March, according to Martin E. Ribikoffi
vice-president of Transamerica Industries, Inc. Tl :
The plant tor building the pre-fabs in the Colon Fret
Zone is now in its final stages, he said.
One thousand houses are to be constructed Initially
at a cost-of $5;0OO,OOO. Eventually Transamerica hopes
the project may be expanded to include 10,000 to 15,000
Ribikoff said the firm is now dealing with the orob-
lem of mortgage-financing over a period of 15 to 20 years.
Since it is a long-term proposition he emphasized that it
would require time to work out the details, ,
Ike Finds Farm Frozen
For New Year's Holiday
dzen f armfaad today if
mat be ableto a et out and around "hi
uiv wcnmcivwarm up to acBccea vs iorecasi. 'j
Sbe chief executive, with ar file crammed with preliminarr
f of his state of the union and upcoming budget messages,
drove up to his farm from Washington yesterday, prepared te
stay through New Year's.
: Weather nermittinar. he was exoected to ret nut at t.a. ..
of the' day with his 10-year-old grandson, Darid. The other threa
Eisenhower rrandchildren, daughters of Mai. and Mm. John au
Eisenhower, will join .the President and Mrs. Eisenhower here
FIV-MAN ?SPACEJ STATK)NDop'm rocket engines is
" brmgiiig manned ce flight in vehicles sucb this : five-man space station nearer to
reaUty7 Seven feet in diameter and 35 feet long, this satellite and its shielding might weigh
' as much as 65,000 pounds and would require a launching rocket developing about six million
' "twunda o thrust- Orbiting at 2200 miles altitude, the satellite could be used for astronomy,
aoiar and tottosphen studies, a communications relay station or a weather-forecasting station.
Data from Rocketdyne Division at North American Aviation.
Hill,, '1 mMM
Flvia Presley's Commanding
general said -today the rock 'n'
mil nrivat-'-doesn't want to en-
tertain troops' or anyone else dur dur-,
, dur-, tog his twosyear-, 'tour of Army
Maj. Gen. Thomas Va Nat Nat-ta,
ta, Nat-ta, comuandet f the' 3rd Ar Armored
mored Armored Division Presley'h outfit
aid "We've asked him end he
aid, TdTatner apt. sir'f" f
.'s Lt A Gen. rancis W. Farrell,
commander of 5th Corps,- the 3rd
Armored, Division's parent organ organ-'Jsation;
'Jsation; organ-'Jsation; backed, up Van 'Natta.fr, :
r "The '.' boy doesn't want to n;
, tertain," Farrell said. f "I think he
, feelh h has aft obligation to ,his
rnuntrv and he "wants to: oav it
! like .nnyoni. else nd get it over
' With." J r '
Van Natta aid;he thought Pres
lev's decision wa "smart"
' ".Ordinarily he' would -have his
regular trouo- behind him." Van
Natta laid. ,1'But here he would
' l unco
circles the Nationalist island.
WINCED VICTORIES-' In the final stages Of assembly,
numbers of America's latest operational antiaircraft weapon,
the Nike Hercules, move along a conveyor line at the Douglas
' Aircraft Co. plant in Charlotte,.N.C The Hercules, successor
to Nijce Ajax,' is a Surface-to-air radio- command missile
capable of knocking down an; -manned aircraft or nonballistic
; - A s f ,. ,
missiles known. : The missile body, which can carry eitner a
conventional or nuclear warhead, is 27 feet long and is pow
ered by a solid fuel rocket .motor. A 14-foot-long solid
rocket booster provides initial impetus. Operational since
July, first Hercules units are-stationed in the New ork, Phila
delphia, Chicago and Washlngton-Balttmoro areas.
reed, Drunkenness, Lust, Pride; Sub For US Christmas Spirit
"new" YORK,, Dec 27 (UPI) -Greed
' drunkenness, lust and
pride4-together::'with other mo?i
tives as vaneo as me n-ur
Christmas soirit is unique today
occupied police and grieving fam-
ilies following a wave Of houday
t Murder and accidental death
ca me : aar suddenly and tragically
as at i any time,.! of year, but in
some cases the fatal mechanism
seemed to be tripped by seasonal
anticipation endi,-fhtigue. i
Most pathetic- were those In Instances
stances Instances in which .children were
, A Chicago father wept as he
told of accidentally shooting and
"mlv ha va inma Arm-. Mrionnel." killing his infant son Christmas
Eve while practicing fast draws
with a loaded gun, in the family
living room, Dead was 14-ntonth-
old wy att carp uenaer, wnose
cowboy-loving, father named, him
after the legendary hero.' The
father, Jack,;, 29, allegedly' had
been drinking before shooting Wy-
In San Francisco', .live-week-oid
Mark WilUsm ; Netherby ': died
when his father William, 22, over
his wife's protests, muffled the
boy's sobs ., with a pillow, the
mother told police. The infant was
dead when she went to. pick .him
un this mornlnc. t i.
. In Mobile. Ala..? ex p e c tant
mother Mrs. Troy Bolt." 84, appr-
ently made light of a giant -cartoBrl
her. intoxicated husband brought
home on Christmas Eve, police
reported, A Subsequent quarrel
resulted in death by gunshot
wound, said authorities. They held
the. husband m connection witn
Mrs.! Bolt's shooting and also the
death : of their three-week prema
ture infant, delivered by caesarian
section following1, the shooting.
Police at Spartanburg, fs. c,
reported that. Jimmy Lee Jones,
about 38, nacKea his wife ana
mother-in-law to 'death with an
axe to clittiax a pre dawn argu
ment' Christmas Day. Victims
wetp identified 's! Helen Jones,
35, and her mother, Mrs. Minnie
, An apparent t murder suicide
left a 8-yeajr-old ffiri homeless In
Glendora, Calif. PoUce said her
step-father of four months, 62-year-old
John Moll, apparently
shot her mother, Mary, 39, early
Christmas Eve. The girl discov discovered
ered discovered the bodies.
Two, (Children UT Dayton, Ohio,
first -supported and later denied
an account of their mother's sui suicide
cide suicide told by their father, Otis
Fox 39. Police continued interro interrogation
gation interrogation "of Fox, who denied shoot shooting
ing shooting his wife Parlne, 41. Christmas
morning as the children watched.
in New Yoric. a neienoor cau
ing to wish a mother and her two
'mall children a merry Christmas
found at three shot to death: Mrs,
Anna Figueroa, 22, was sprawled
on tne floor of the one room
apartment and her children. Al
fredo, 3, and Eugenia, 5, were in
Kreste Glenzda..S2. was in crit
ical condition in a Gary. Ind..
hospital v today,- the lone survivor
of a Christmas Eve triple shoot
ing. Police said Metro Planovich
The temperature at the farm
went to nearly ero the night
before the President's arrival
and his acreage was crusiy nara
from repeated days of sub-freezing
weather. The putting greens
of th Gettysburg Country Club
were as hard as pool tables.
The President, his wife, and
grandson reached tne rarm
3-50 p.m. yesterday and a short
time later, Elsenhower was
nmrHncr n In np on niS neaieu.
glassed-ln porch, scanning and
avieirify n. nrpiimiiiaiv uiaiu
the message which will outline
his 1959 legislative program for
the Democratic-controiiea congress.
2 Scottish Cops
Calmly End Escaped
Anir.TmF.F.NL Scotland (UPI)
Two policemen yesterday quietljr
ended the Christmas "freedom
holiday of escaped convict jonnny
n. m on irv thn' ex-commando and
expert safecracker who broke out
of prison last weea ioi un
m this vear.
They arrested Ramensky near
here, 40 miles from Peterhead
Prison from which he made the
break Dec. 17. The policemen act acted
ed acted on a tip from a bus driver that
a man who looked like Ramensky
was waiKing aiong a vu
Rumenskv. 53. who was a nero
during World Wai II, has spent 31
move In nrltnn Ho made MS lai-
o.f hraak an amoothlv that prison
officials believed for days he still,
was somewh e witnm tne prison
walls, perhaph in the sewer sys system.
tem. system. 1
Ramensky was released irom a
term he was serving aunng ine
war so that his ability to elude
guards and crack sates couia n
used to ooiam enemy aocuraoun.
Th feritish army parachuted
him into Italy and Germany in a
series of daring raids to open of official
ficial official safes and bring, out m m-portant
portant m-portant papers. After the war, be
raturnad to his usual civilian oc
cupation and soon was back in
32, apparently went besierk with
a .32 caliber pistol, killing Mila- congratulates mao
rod Tomasich, wounding, Glendzdal. MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet Pre Pre-and
and Pre-and then shooting himself. Imier Nikita S. Khrushchev wished
V J Chinese communist leader Mao
A quarrel over Christmas din- Tse-tung a happy birthday yester
ner in Paramus, N.J., climaxed day and congratulated him on "the
when-Mrs. Theresa Oil n sk'y.' transformation of China into, a
plunged a 10-inch blade carving mighty socialist state." Khrush-
knlfe into her husband, Edward, Ichev's message was sent to Mao
pouca eaia. too us tn mruiaay,
Rebels Claim Full
Control Of Las J;
HAVANA (UPI) Fidel CasWa
Cuban rebels claimed full control
of ; Las Villas province in central
Cuba today and said the fall 'of
the provincial capital of Santa
Clara to the insurgents was only
"a matter of hours."
.Rebel leader Ernesto 'Chi
Guevara, Argentine-born physician
and one of Castro's chief lieuten ants,'
declared in a broadcast a
the rebel radio that Santa Clara
was "surrounded on four siriaa
by forces of both Castro's "July
26th revolutionary movement and
ojiine revolutionary anrectoratjL
Guevara said he was bro flea th
ine from the "headquarters of the)
rebel army" In Sancti Soiritna. an.
other important city of Las Villai
province, which the rebels an announced
nounced announced they had captured Thur
Ij-UOUMI Villi, UUB VI 1UI 9 IQIXT
largest cities, is only six houre
drive from Havana oh Cuba's ar
teriai central highway.
' The rebel radio also claimeeT-
eapture of the port of Caibariea
on the north coast of Laa Villas.
It said the important Cuban navy
bsse and sugar port of Cienfuego
on the south coast was "besieged.
Offered To Prince
By Jap Builder J-
TOKYO (UPI)-A contractor el
the old school vowed yesterday te,
build a part of crown PrmceJOd
hito's new palace for $27.78 .despite:
a popular uproar and government
pressure to withdraw the "Insult
ing" cut-rate offer.
Mannosuke Kanbe, president of
the Hazama Construction Co., said
he owed it to the imperial family
as a loyal suoject to ouiia the
steel and concrete framework few
the $640,000 mansion although it
would cost him money. The next
lowest bid for the framework Job
Letters and editorials fai new'
papers denounced Kanbe'i offer.
The construction ministry accept-.
ed bis bid but now is trying- te
get Kanbe to withdraw it, ",
Akihito and his bride' --to
be, Michiko Shoda, will live kl th
palace when It it finished. ."
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THE MAIL BOX
mis was my nrst unnstmas spent, in me uupits uu a muoi
canfess mycelf somewhat puzzled by the Panamanian concept
of Christmas, especially Santa Claus.
3 For instance, why, in the tropics, does Santa Claus have to
be -muffled up in that hot red cloak. Even supposing that he has
just arrived from the North Pole, in his air-conditioned sleigh,
surely he would have the sense to change into something a little
cooler. Santa in a red bathing suit, preferably a bikini, would be
more to my taste in Panama.
And then all those snowy Christmas trees. When did it snow
last in Panama? Why not a palm tree hung with colored lights?
At least that would save money importing all those brown, withered-looking
fir trees from California. Must be the American i-
rnii nnf rtvtntr dt.v Tt
poor government and management. I can name two reasons why
Colon has faded:
1 The building of the Transisthmlan Highway;
2. The closing down of so many US notary bases on the
Atlantic side. "w W. ua
There are short-sighted persons who coutti notee these
basic economic reasons. They felt they had to blame someone, so
they tried to pass the buCK to me wegioes. .
Today there are lots of Panamanians wishing that a certain
man regain the Hot Seat. I have always said this would be best
Sr the countrV, but the man had has the Seat pulled out .item
uider him more than once previously for making the same mis mistake
take mistake of "disliking the Negroes." fii. s'im n
shortcoming is under consideration. Albert Ward.
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE'
Tne Disiesy, ; r'r
tayWrSSlrrc and going home
WfflJSi cards wHiye no reply for
I can't see to even address an
lViO.ll V Ul -----
i..; Winkle family, and
t! n venr to lei nic u"i
put the nemos in ana giv nuu
I krow you have naa a iuchj
sperous New Year to one and all.
t irrow vnu have had a merry
ORDERS, ORDINANCES, AND LAWS
tX W iee with ''. rvraii Box De noJ-
lice officer AorUd vet-nwt L h 1 Jw and s f any
ernor "No Dogs Allowed"J)ecomea a lav ana trespass.
ictllS l5Cbeataken to court
animals I have seen la pictures blowing nr see
their-Jiose. I wake up eany
to'thP. side-walk. I must walk on th grass, lo and behom
mornin-r when I opened the front door I was mm mA tne
cieftlng and waiting on people No time to get blessed-out
ldsilTtheir lobs for throwing out some pooch.
TSKow I would say "Doggoned" (Mall Box, Dec. 20) is a real
oueeV to oX ask "police protection when she could have sued
f&tr incident. A lady during the rusri
hour had to take a table behind a big post near the watej : cool cooler
er cooler fshe had consumed about half of her food, when not one
Hi'fo poochs came in. and how wahe to know th s was
ttellprlvate post? Luckily the post wa big and ihe did not
itzVL ohontr. PinthM hut no more of her food was eat-
'V t.JL. nor
Stine sidewlse and keep watch
irot to clofe the windows at. night, so for three days hs
hr.clk-teat r.nd rug out washing and disinfecting tg no
okvfr .ii th rats claimed the rear seat. i&SMX.
r r ir, in nv vork
AmZ one thinks that sign, is not for thein he-linds, a big : pt
nceman's hand on his arm showing him the way to the station
Mm-e Those untrained metropolitan police know that If they
Htfpeople get away with breaking little laws soon they will
breiTca more serious law. I hope you "Snorter" belongs to one
ol the following- r departments so that he wll et a chance to
raort around. i promise to take time out to call the Health
Jpt the Sanitation Dept., Housing and Grounds Dept., and
tie Police Dept., for consultation on preventive and removal
before the children get down to play and get in this mess some
1 If .444Wl l.i .! I -,,-T-1.r.ArfAwr-Mit
TIPSY LIQUOR STbRE-Whilo it appears ouite securo from
the front, the view from behind this liquor store In Kansas
J City, Mo., reveals that the rear half of R has a rather unsteady
I foundation, hanging a number of feet above a creek by the
grace of three supports.
tor readers of The Panama America!.
are handled in a wholly confidential
has lust fallen aDart because of
- ver known
envelopcl might mention my
" ,.pf,nri will
ftftiv mm i nr ilcal
. onrl nro-
'""" '"" boan, -Uv4-
this table airain. I eat
on my pants Igs My neighbor
,,chinr with Christmas errands
sav "Curb.our aottr, ana wnen
By VICTOR RIESEL
Despke the Red' rocket-rattling,
only propaganda bombs are ex
pected to be bursting in air for a
long time. That is the decision
made by the three, possibly four
man secret committee which would
run civilian America whilef Jhe
military fight a future war. if any
shooting were exneeted over Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, President Eisenhower would
have summoned this supreme com
mittee known only as "emergen
cy designees' for tne most
guarded talk the White House has
held- in years, n
Among these powerful anonym
ous men, whose identity is held
more secret than our nuclear
homo strength, is the man who
is, in effect, the standby Presi President
dent President of the U.S.
So carefully hidden are the iden identity
tity identity and functions of this man that
even his war-time title as top non non-military
military non-military coordinator is classified.
When he and the reft of his small
group are called suddenly to the
side door of the White House,
those who know they're coming
will know that war cannot be far
Until then relax which is
something these nien are not do doing
ing doing at this moment despite their
decision that Khrushchev wants
no war now. These men are the
top of a pyramid which keeps ex expanding
panding expanding at the base like an ani animated
mated animated commercial.
Under them is a growing Na National
tional National Defense Executive Reserve
of citizens who will be swung
out of their posts on emergency
orders and sped to secret stand standby
by standby governmental offices some of
them in caves if word comes of
an imminent Russian attarit. Or
the survivors will be ru-hd to
what remains of, the Federal De
partments, if the attack comes be
fore the news flash.
There are 486 others being pro processed
cessed processed and the government now
is negotiating with another 386.
More are being sought each day.
Only last week the special Feder Feder-i!
i! Feder-i! agency, the Office of Civilian
Defnse Mobilization, began ex ex-lending
lending ex-lending its executive re'erve from
the Departments in Washington to
sppcial reeions across the U.S.
The 2.500 designees will be u-
d by the Federal Government.
They will go into the Commerce
Dept., the Pentagon, the Interior
Dept. and other division. In the
event of attack, they will reorga
nize whatever enemy bombs have
not destroyed. They then will ad
minister the emergency divisions
charged with freezing rents, wages
and price? and supplying miner minerals,
als, minerals, materials and "manpower to
keep American civilian as well as
military production at whatever
will be possible ton speed.
Most of "thlS" rfeheHrrsal'"for W
emergency we hepe1,wul hWer hit'
us has been smooth evceot for
the fact that almost all the brain brainpower
power brainpower and technical organization organizational
al organizational skill of American labor has
been by-passed. There are only
eight labor men in the Executive
Reserve of 2,500. Seven of the-e
are under the civilian and mobili
zation office. The other has been
attached to the? LaWT5 -There
is, of course, consiaeranie cnaenn
inside labor over this seeming
snub. Months ago, AFL-CIO pres
ident George Meany dispatched a
list of 500 top labor leaders to the
Labor Dept. for clearance. But a
penny watchinp budget division
has been unenthusiastic over
spending money to process the
At the most a name check will
run to an average 100 each.
Sometimes 50 bucks will d0 it. So,
for $10,000 the Libor Pnt. has
had to de'ay processing the labor
leaders. The Department would
have to use budget funds. It can cannot
not cannot allocate any of its own.
The labor leaders believe they
can contribute to developing em emergency
ergency emergency production plans. They
'eel they have organizational abili ability
ty ability to match the others H he Re Reserve.
serve. Reserve. They feel it wnuM be add adding
ing adding insult to injury to be called
in after the personnel chrt is et
and then only to tell the Fede--
sl agencies where there are skill
ed plumbers or electric'n.
If it ever comes, it win he eve
rvbody's emergency. So 'f each
give according to his ability,
IT'S A CHANDELIER- The
Rev. Nicholas L. Vierson of the
Memphis, Tenn., Greek Ortho Orthodox
dox Orthodox Church shows the sexton,
George Ballas, where to dust
the church's huge, glass chan chandelier.
delier. chandelier. Did you guess right
about tne picture:
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I'.l I II tt '.Ilk I I
'It II :tl II I 1 4 I It
I NEA Serrlet, !nt &'$jGWv S
Walter Wincheli In
Variety embarrassed 20th Cen
tury Fox with a front-page me
mo stout the missionary (Gladys
Bergman in the "6Ch riappiues
mm. ihe picture deals with Miss
Aylward's career in China. "I un understand,"
derstand," understand," sne is quotea, "that tne
film contains a love scene. I never
had a love scene in my life". '.
There wer. more mink coats back
stage among the Russian balleri
nas than amdnv4he f ifipitaliat'
dancers ia any of the "Amerlcai
shows. Sarah Churchill stars in
lerrence Rattigan's play, "themes
and Variations," now touring the
British provinces. Her salary is
$25 per week. .Most popular star
with fellow performers in "Music
Man" R. Preston. Talent with
out Temperament ."Beloved In
iidel" by Sheilah Graham and
Mary Astors "My Story" are re re-markab'3
markab'3 re-markab'3 confessions. ...Wait'll
you see Jayne Mansfield in "She
riff of Fractured Jaw". .More
Mac West than Wild West.
(Ballerina Carmen de Lavllade,
wnose gowns cause easps at every
first-Night, has tne in made oy
hpt husoand. He'is dancMGeofc
trey H01aer...A cute, yVhite unny
in Jerry iiewis' 'Geisha Boy'
picture gets lustier laughs than
the star. .Rainier and Grace
laughed it up at Bon Soir just like
commoners. The only night club
they've visited . .Gary Crosby's
understatement of the-month.
"There are no hardships in beine
Bmg's son". .Sean O'Casey's
'Cock Ooodle-Danoy," a quick
flop, is the author's favorite play
. . cue tor Passion," Elmer
Rice's current offering, is his 29th
drama. .Sinatra's groan about
seeing his old movies: "It's a lit little
tle little frightening to see yourself as
you were 10 years ago". .Ironic,
but on Broadway you even have
to have talent to pass an audition
for a flop.
"A Hundred Million Miracles"
from "The Flower Drum Song"
is a very happy sound. .Marilyn
Monroe's big ambish: to star in
a movie version of one of her
husband's plays. .Critics and ac
tors are now always natural foes.
Catherine Cornell wrote a touch touching
ing touching adieuology to a Cleveland re reviewer,
viewer, reviewer, who; passed recently., .De .De-silu
silu .De-silu is quite tn industry. The tee tee-viewer,
viewer, tee-viewer, who pissed recently., .De .De-silu
silu .De-silu is quite an industry. The tee tee-vee
vee tee-vee factory turns out the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of 240 feature films yearly...
Tennis star Althea Gibson's bio biography,
graphy, biography, "I Always Wanted to be
Somebody," has a poignant finale
"I'mi Althea Gibson, the tennis
champion. I hope it makes me
Bing Crosby's favorite oriole is
Ella Fitzgerald. .The "Wonder "Wonderful
ful "Wonderful Town" teevee offering (star (starring
ring (starring Roz Russell) had only one
star. Tut it took two starts to han handle
dle handle the commercials.
Shirley Ballard of "Say Darling"
and '.usband Herbert Evers, an
actor, reconciled in time to cele celebrate
brate celebrate thU fifth ann'v Rio hii
that Clark? Gable hit seven oil gush.1
ers in Texas. .The Met Set is
talking! about a ton-Italo tenor gt
tifig bounced by Met Chief Bin
after- only two performances. No
body knows why. ; v Lena Horn-;
wears. -beat-up battered, shoes .in
several scenes of "Jamaics." The?
coat $75. .A "Suzie-Woflg" dres
line with an Oriental design "wi';
iniroaucea in tne swing. ."tw
for the Seesaw," Coining a mm 5
was rejected by seven "wise" pro
ducers before Fred Coe picked i
up. They said "It tsrt't mme
ciall". .Ron Randell of "Suzt'
Wong" turned down lead role i
a teevee soap opera ("Youn
Dr. Malone") which paid $1,200
week. .prob'ly likes to sleej
IBig talk that Sinatra is now r
tramendous stoNrMer i' r
rican Broadcasting Co. .May be
WhereTberels Light,- TTiefFlsKope-
2nd top holder, if not first, they
iay. .Marie Torre's CBS inform informant
ant informant could save her from jail by re
easing her from the pledge not
p, reveal a news source. Almost
o jiuuw lus-Tiarae, .Kaoio city
Music Hall .has its usual excellent
Jhristmaa show, The emcee lifted
iriany eyebrows in the Audience
when he announced that Christ
was born in the City of David.
According to the ; Bible (St. Luke
Chapter,, New 'Testament)-- the d
BetMeheaieWhen you .see Harry1:
aeiatonte spellbind hi. audience
it is difficult to realize that not
too many years ago he worked as
a laborer in the garment center
for $48 per, .Of all things! Mar Mar-lene
lene Mar-lene Dietrich credits hert trim tor torso
so torso to insomnia. v
never -gives private interviews. .
Really How about France Nuyen
of "Suzie Wong"p. ..The power
of Stardust: Kim Novak's apartment-hunting
in Manhattan was
front page news in tme gazette be before
fore before the strike. .Is nothing Sacred
dept: Two of the new rocknroll
!.u.n,es.used beA9v4 standards:
u:.AM$mW Heart Sings"
and ''It's Only Make Believe", f
Whoop Up,"-the Broadway-bound
musical, is being doctOr'd out tof
town. Producers Feuer and Mar
tins first big headache. .Without
much fanfare,'. Loretta (oh-so-)
Young has been the most enduring
Teevee twinkles Over 200 succes successive
sive successive shows. .Roz Russell once
fDlalned her Prodigious lip:
Good Irish peasant stock and
The Man Upstairs". .fascinating
title for Eve Merriam's book of
Although It won its place of
fame In naval history during
the War of 1812, the 44-gun
frigate The Constitution was
launched in 1797. In 1798, it
was put in service against
French privateers who were
invading American waters.
Later it was used against the
Barbary pirates. During the
great sea battle off Cape Race
in the War of 1812, American
sailors saw British shot bound
off its solid oak sides hence
the nickname "Pld Ironsides."
O Encyclopedia Britannia
" Jf A" V ill
verse, "The Double Bed From the
Baritone' Sid Gary phoned his
long-time friend. Solly Violinsky,
I forget why!". .The "Tall Sto Story"
ry" Story" producers told actor Donald
Hotton "don't call us, we'll etc"...
he auditioned seven times, before
winnincr th. rnl. T.iftl. nnn
. v .ttvvxv, vauv
and Maso: ( at the Den in the Duane.
me apejf?M bf;Iaiii-geMers; .
Buddf a!6ke.tt can make : more
mone- '-hot working), than anybo anybody.
dy. anybody. His settlement for dropping
the "Stanley series got him -86,-000.
Now Jackie Gleason pays him
handsomely and rarely uses his
talent. .as the umpire once said:
"You just can't beat ,th hnurn"
4pgn over tthe, Penguin ban 'Man 'Man-o
o 'Man-o agemfinteiidost xesobnsible cirl
friends left over 20 seconds'.?;
Many Academy Award Winners
express false modesty in telling
interviewers what they do with
their Oscars. "I use mine as a
doorstop," a star once belittled,
etc. .Alex Guinness proudly ad admits:
mits: admits: .'JET keep miqe in a promin promin-place
place promin-place the house wher- everyone
can see ii'Chiha Gerard leaves
soon .for the new Latin Quarter
Show IM,iami Beach). She will
wind up with most of the publicit
Much fun-girl. ;San Sterlings ow
er of the Embers (in thj.t city),
was a cowboy in Idaho and .Wyo .Wyoming,
ming, .Wyoming, His star customer is play playwright
wright playwright Tennessee Williams. Almo
nightly when in-Florida. ..Dinah
Shore's wisdom: "If I'm a good
wife, it will be there when the
spotlights, the microphones and
the cameras are gone." As the
coi'm has often observed: A
caress is better, than a career. .
They don't really expect the cen censors
sors censors to permit Paul Newman's sug
gestion to Joanne Woodward in
"Rally Round the Flag" to be pas passed,
sed, passed, do they? (,Oh, bruthrrrr).
Ton? Curtis, very young, is turn
ing very gray, Welceme to the
Club. .Jeff Chandler was gray
at 17. .Juliette Greco's critique
at a party: "I have met all the
males. Now where are the men?",
It seems to me that every other
time,. I pick, up a piece of learned
second-guess on the state of the
nation, it suggests rather glumly
that, America is going busily to
hell in a hula hoop.
You know the typical stuff: We
aren't serious enough we aren't
educated, enough, and we put too
much false value on sit-down mo motor
tor motor lawn mowers, .barbecue pits,
television,, washing;machines, elec electronic;
tronic; electronic; bubble gum and nose wipers
that pop ,up.
Thlli is a particular plaint of th
foreign press, whenever somebody
sits, down with his quill pen and
broods about how much money A A-merica
merica A-merica hasn't given his particular
country thih year. -.
- I always thought that the phrase
"pursuit of happiness" was one of
the more important clauses in that
historic document, more or less a
necessary adjunct;, Jo J life and 11 11-berty.
berty. 11-berty. And ltjie'empi now we have an
expert on our side. Only t'other
day, Dr Sol Weiner, Ginsberg, pre president
sident president pi. the Nevt York Society
oi Clinical Psychologists, allows
as how. hi feels it's wrong to leap
to the cdnclusion that a "fun mo morality"
rality" morality" represents an evil or a
sentf of faise values.;
Perhaps .we dp tend overmuch
to a slight exaggeration of the ne necessity
cessity necessity of the assorted gimmicks
-ncl gidgets tha't. make fife lit little
tle little more: pleasant, u :' A
, I, for instance, do not know how
1 ever made, it before Scotch tape
Hfyet fine 'the" old-timer said,
"I am still chasing women, duc
a. . iiiiiiii.
WA SHTTJG TrtM Tl m n.r. t i J' n
tional chairman Paul Butler wrote
twn nnniii l.tl.ra tn. R.nnhllion
national chairman 'Meade Alcorn
last month, urgug that they get
together on selecting a convention
cny xor moo.
; When nn pknt:wldppmefrt rarti
and finally reached his Republican
counterpart. By choosing tne same
city and iharing convention facili facilities,
ties, facilities, he pleaded the v .could cut
costs. ,-- .-
"You're talking to the wrong
man," Alcorn replied. ""What
makes you think I'm going to
make the decision?""
What he reallv Want, hiif, Hldh'l
mention war that Vice-President
Nixon has takes lull charge of
rhoosinff t.h GOP rmiv.ntinn il.
The -.Vice .Preside is carefully
weighing which city would do hij
own cancuaacy ine mo5t gooa.:
Ha uimild lik.'ln nnf. itt .'.insT
decision for a few- months .ti see
woetner mison 'KockeleUer.w)H
make a move for the, nomination
If thai'. 1t(Wlrrlf.f tr'iwam tnrr
Sftelcinff dplpuat. ,'JMIvnn urilt toon
the convention away from Rocke
leiier territory where the'Oatters
sympathizers' cbuld pack the gall-'
Half a dozen cities are bidding
for the political conventions,' but
th. phnlo. .rni tn hd tiarKntiiimi
down to Chicago or.i'hiladelphia.
"Maimi has-all bufbeen ;ruJed
out because ef. the segregation
problem. PZ ? V
San Francisco and." New York
City, located in the home states
oi tne two meiy Aiuf contenaerSi
wouldn't h aep.ntaht.
Two u.lr. ,a tt .r.hioa on Unt.l
people spread word that they, jiad,
me aeai tewea ,up tor oom ine
Democratic and; Republican con.
ventions. This caused some fast
maneuvering by Albert Green Greenfield.
field. Greenfield. Philari.lnhia'. "Mr. r.ro.n.
backs," who is Lying to bring the
conventions to his city.
As a leading Democratic ftdihtrii;
butor, he could hardly approach
mxon personally, so he asked
Philadelphia Inquirer publisher
Walter Annenberg to sound out the
He pointed out that Philadelphia
site in th. m.rrt.K.Af' xrttwAtftl....-Pjnn
sylvania, New.v' Jersey ancillary-
iana, wmcn tne uuf candidate
wilk-need to win the 1980 elec election.
tion. election. He also 'argued that Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, as the nation's birthplace
offered historical backdrop for the
Nixon assured him that Phil- j
delpTiW waifttul' in theWlnlng1
as far as ne was concerned.
Greenfield nerxonallv nhnn.ti
Paul Butler to demand whether
the Democrats had made a secret
deal to send their convention to
Chicago. Butler gave his word
that the Chicago report was wrong.
Tt WMllrl TtnAuv tllaf tka tfr.ot
1960 polities baUkJtatVlreadyA
fttflr'tftfi ,y rfvjf -"v
Those 10 liberal Republican Se Senators
nators Senators have moved with such speed
and determination to take over
the Senate leadership at they
have an excellent chance of win winning.
ning. winning. In a Grand Old Party which,
ta MKitr nAllflftn.1 VBAliHtvi thntr
have' moved in with force v to fill
Their aim is not merely to de de-minate
minate de-minate the Senate, but to reach
the White House itself. They know
sionable man. They have seen him
rwing from a liberal senji New
TVsifilaai wKaii flA At. VMatt Vai1r 4frv
"vmvi niivu w vaiu wv At. wail
Europe after the war to, a right-of-center
"..They recall thatwhea'lie?first
came back from Euronn he told
friends at the F Street Club that
in time of war a man s property
should be taxed in toto, just as
By BOB RUARK
and paper clips 'came into my,
ute, and l would, rather have a
Cadillac for Christmas than a lit little
tle little red hied. ;, .
And perhaps the sloganeers in
the huckster trade, have created
what might be called non-essential
needs, in order to sell their. iron ironmongery
mongery ironmongery and electrical appara apparatus,
tus, apparatus, their breakfast foods and soap
chips and handy shortcuts to house
keeping. s,ri:i 9n.i-.
But the creation and ; purchase
of these things has managed. -to
provide employment and money
circulation, which ir one-' reason
we pay such, taxes to give things
away to people who would not
know a CrispyCrunchy from an
But I and Dr. Ginsberg, ah well
do jiot see that we have weak weakened
ened weakened the fibre and softened the
bones of the farmer b y giving him
rural electrification and a food
freezer to husband his year-long
output,, and i if the shorter work
week allows us more time for fun fun-making
making fun-making gadgets, it is some hort
of down payment on a longer, heal healthier
thier healthier life.' ,::).'
As a matter of fact, I have al always
ways always thought that the criers of
doom who cite firvolity as a rot rotting
ting rotting factor in the great: American
core have more or less been ba rk rking
ing rking up -the -wrong patient, 'Rather
than being too -fun-loving,' I'd lay
that a large segment of the popu population
lation population lives in an atmohphere more
conducive to a death walk than s
frolic around the Maypole. ; 1
The very hucksters woh tell frlj
s man'f life Is taken fey war ia
tOtO. 1 J 5; r
Since then, they have aeen Ike
surrounded by wealthy fat-cats at
White Housa dinners th. snlr
course, and on his vacations. And
ai ine regular weewy Wnrte House
conferences of Republican leaders -theywant
tq, be, able, to; counter counter-act.
act. counter-act. this fat-cat influence;-
Senators Dirksen inf Illinois and
Bridge of NewRamctilr. mn.k
as they re":liked, personally, art
uui cousiuexea me men to do this.
This thought was conveyed quite
vlfiorouahr.at th ln.
gents last week. ;
"Kight now," said Sen. George
Aiken, the Vermont,. liberal who
is leading th. revolt "th. tv..i.
dent is conferring with .the ame
icnuers, wun tne exeemion of Se Senator
nator Senator Saltonstall,' who have alwaya
been opposed ; to 4he -liberal poll,
cies .Eisenhower spoueI 'when h h-was
was h-was first elected in 1952,- v
"I might ."dd that' he-'hai al.
ways made if practice-to confer
with thr men- who didn't, agree
with ftim, -while ,those who have
given the president the strongest
support4ocluding';men in .;thi
mtir?r"-T1Tar(,Iy.'.mr vvited to
"We've g6rto'7ace up to the
future1 as a party, and that means,
m jny opinion, there must be
sqmtface-JJjfting in the Benublican
leadershfrr nl tha .n.. i ...u
? to iti here to see to it
tnat our jwrty ,-jg no longer
dentifiedtrtth the past, as hap.
pened' tn. the test elecUon, when
J terrible waUoping.
' .'The KepubMean party is a gone
goose unless we change the publie
conqeotipn, of a-oicettiin! that e e-Ieor)4i
Ieor)4i e-Ieor)4i v-', v.tU-. --'-c
JIM Jersey's Senator Case broke
ireu, yur leaaersnip "was "not
emphasizing the kind of a pro,
iuue rignw, federal aid te
educaUon, some fornt of health
insurance. lih.rn.H t itz
-All. i j -v .uimiglBUUIl
poiides, adequate unemploymenl
vyiuKcua.uuii, ana more economti
aid for the nation'- depressed a-
- earn .r-me
New Jerx.v smtnr u...
. c "t i ""u muse
u who have fought for them
i.vv wuna inai ve are tometimei
deprived of rightful committee as-
"The Policy Committee also hat
one us tfo favor by its antilahoi''
staff reports, which have tended
to make even the lih.r.i. i u-
party appear ia ntUKn.. in tk.
Leyes of th, public.'!
ine insurgents also teed off ob
Ike s recent anti-spending state-
i.. ,t "I,u '"c OI leaaersnip'
. "Lie. th. Pr.til.nf t
differentUte between'? T '-wasteful
penaing ana spending that is an
myestment for the future, declar declar-ed
ed declar-ed Aiken.
"Spending money for a icboo!
or a power dam is an investment.
It S IfOOd for th. lnnnl, II .IJ.
the national, security,; ana ft e
pays us manifold.
'Rural electrification coopera.
fives also are good for' the coun
ixy, .inougn tne wnit House
doesn't seem fn thlnir 4,mi.
by the way REA co-cops are beini
squeezed ; by- the President's ad.
visers and the private power inter,
Sen. John KWmiti TrAnn.. .a
. ... u wvuvi
Kentuckv. nn. ht tk. .M..i
Men on Capitol Hill,, declared:
our -pany i to regain the
confidence; ,pf the rank-and filo
voters, ;wej need a"itrong; leader leader-hl
hl leader-hl responsive toiihe?w3l of the
neonle. W. r.
such leadership either from rthe
naue nouse or tne leaders here
in the' Senate."
volity drop dead of heart attackt
and are consumed by, ulcers in the
mere aet of gravely, .selling frilla, i
Levity in the: office is, confused
with lack of interest j the. man who
hmiles is a lightweight, the gent
with the horh-nms and the pucker-
ed brow is deep-dish thinker. nn':
: An average minor business exe ?
cutive smears his smallest decl
sion with a thick, gooey gravy o
exaggerated heriousness; ... buying
a new pencil sharpener is put to
committee vote so, that no one";
..! suuuiuwi, u ioaa Diame' i ;
when the. boss's penctt snaps., The j
wit mu. aiooi, jovian and per
mits his walchtv hi.li. .j v.. ;
to seep downward- to the .floor.
a great suce of the young toot
I know are as serious as their now
oonderouh ana w.r. i(hth..fJ
twenty-odd years agok They ; go
steady before they're out of rom
pen,, save their money and seek
future.1 lobe which : mtrm
security They just don't seem to
have. 'fun. wk f.;,.?,;
' We live in the DuU Gray Ageof
the Eager Beaver, i not i the 'GUN V;
tering Era of Magnificent Noa-;
' What thlftjonnntrv ..rf It ....'
wm; is not more sobersids. but
about: a million Groucho Marces,
and a Jarge supply of pin to nr"s. d
hire an even larger.riiimlvii)
hfuffed shirks, '.'. r..:
-1 don't know how much longer
sv. hair, nn th. slnik. K" I. T T
one, intend to mingle with the dust f
after air exit; laughing 1 ; v
f 4 3.
, SATtfRDAT, DECESIBER 2T, MSf V-
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1958
ANCON MASONIC TEMPLE
A Special Communication of Canal Zone
Lodge A.F. & A.M. is called for the pur..
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FIRST PRADERS to the North-Margarita School performed' to over 500 Atlantic Side Parent Teacher Association. Members and their guests in a special Christmas Program at the North Margari Margarita
ta Margarita SchoolThe surplices that the children are wearing were made by the Parent Teacher Association members. First Row (left to right) : Nancy Bugas, Belinda Nakasato, Jeffrey Marcus, Er Er-;
; Er-; nesto Barraza, Joseph Early, Carol Townsend, -Patrick Balcazar; and Gail Mandrell. Second Row: Manuel Jimenez, Bobby Johnson,. Maura Morton. Robert Darsnek, Richard Beall, Rogello Best,
juujs veiez. wunam Molina, snarott tjonuaee Irene scnaiier,,Keiiy Himee and Jttenu.ce uuLsonmira row; itainy Merruir snyne uarr, Jonn wneDerry, Mansoi Bantos, rerren BianK, -ernanao
Dustln, Mooika King" nd Julio Aponte 4 tv. 1 " , t $ r;z ..
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A MARtlY f6r HAlTBERv-A GOIF 'CLUB FOK'tOtTTS A PICTURE FOR SCHtATTEB It was several nights before 'Christmas when one5 of Sahta'i
helpers really CoL Louis ArWalstt, Jt.Caribbeari" Command assistant chief of Staff jT4-delivered presents to the key staff of Caribbean Command head head-quarters
quarters head-quarters dtfrlhg"he jChrlsfaias party at ihe "Quarry HeiRhts' Officers' Club. The; presents, ach.with a comic poem, were typical of the thmtts each of-
$ ; ncer vneeaea most" make ms Christmas nappy, Of course,; commander in vmei Lt. viaen.; Riageiy oaitner's mariin was a "Do-It-Yourself" kit: the golf.
, club for Brig Gen- James W. Scoutts, 'the chief of staff, had a dual purpose pu tting and digging head and the picture for Brig. Gn. George F. Schlatter.
. assistant cmer or stari J -3, was or people he. wouldn't hang in his office for a nytmng.' w (U.S. Army Photos)
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,,PART ot.uie Atlantic-Side Parent Teachers Association Christmas program wag a series' of CJirlstmas Carols sung by the 4th, 5th," and 6th grades of the
Gatua Elementary School. Over, 500 'Atlantic Siders attended the Program. Froni row (left to right): Robert Thomas, Cathy Redman David Goguen
Kathy. Schiebe, -Susan Shirk (announcer), William Geddes, James Borsellino,, Rosalie; He witW : Danny Holcomb, Sharon Bailey. Second row Mary Clement
..liick Dugan, Audrey .Duncan,, Richard Kakanson, Sally Smith, Leo Panlson, Michelle Gougefi,. Robin Hammetter, Pamela yache. Third row' Robert Aldrlch'
K.uinger Thomas, ,Deane Asbury, Thomas Coffin, Judith Paulson Meal 'Ckmipto'irMaVB'Thomu -Btirlrow Noreen. :Met8ger, Hennlng Spilling Kathv
Pennington, and-Wallace Brian.. Back row: Andrew Metzger, Brent Mitchell, ; Ddnnaft Hobison Edna Forsvthe
Not shown in the pictures Orria ClemenJ;,' John. Fettler, John Coffin, Jack Sanders; Louis 'Austtt;,Stephen' Jackson, William Wray, Daniel Austin and Cari
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IF YOU- REMEMBER my tell tell-ine
ine tell-ine you. abdutiaiGM t'bnbinK"
New York's pigeons away from
film cnflriao nt tha Ki rt tmam "mi
s any 5loAUK liferfl you'll get
Director Ranald JIacDougall re returned
turned returned to New York recently tJ
shdot a? new eliding"' for the film
1 vine uucu, auc cuu ; Ul UiO
the English' and ''Russian rambas-
iadors' wno' visit; uawBon in 18(j.
jMae is telling it, will bet her for former
mer former leading men. including Cary
iGrant, George vrRft vnd Batf-
'dolphi.Scott.f.,('; ,i,-r- f?.'''."'
i: Thar' tupprtitlna Jiry
Lwi vtn -t m m 1, nospitai,'
Told by medio ht hid 1 pr
foratMl ulcr, h replied: "I'm
tucMM preducar. It'
took Zartuck and Goldwyn ." 20
yr but 1 did H with f nt
two ltBrw'-;,-f'- .fvsr&'V
, .: 1 '. j" ': 'v 'A;3 Tj.'S
'WHAT'S .WITH vV HollVwood'
taua en interest in the t ?U.S cav;
lry?", l iisked studio
Something d;fferent;f; he rift-
ied. ; "Men -m Uniform on,t hors hors-!es
!es hors-!es The .CffvalrydBv featured in
ijtwo film's, now shooting, vt They
Came, to. s Cordura'i ( and The
Horse S o Idler a.'ifwith 4 Alan
puidd'i 1 VTto 1. Cavalrymen?-, due
Jor filming next summer.
i ( The : Connie .'Towers who will
ne riding ; with Union s Cavalry Cavalrymen
men Cavalrymen John Wayne .' and BUI i Hoi Hoi-den
den Hoi-den on a 600-mile, raid ..through
rebel territory in. "ThexH o .'
iSoldiers" ii Jack Carson's former
, .night club and TV. show singing
r Connie ,25, t native of .'White-
Tish. Mnnfn : rhn onn. nt 4t
f j ti T-;- ,v
tadio while going to, high, school
ln; Seattle, -Wash,, plays a cap captured
tured captured southern gal in the film.
HOLLYWOOD (NEAi X. Holly
wood and Grapevine:- Harry S.
Truman playing the 'piano in an
Alaskan dance hall In ft, fleeting
cameo is the 'latest idea1- Mae
West is working on for tier prom
ised comeback movie "Klonaike
Lou." vv-';.. v.. .-AVv :
"And I'm -betting she'll get
him," says Steve Cochran, who
will be in the "film -with her.? ; V
The! storv iets Mae ftiixeb" ub;
romantically nd; politically,! wafttWorld' "rfrid bw "rU .-' be called
''The World. The Flesh and the
Devil.' "The"' new; 1 morl i hopeful
ending; With pjg6iis : symbolical
ly returnihl Tto the city, indicate
there is 'ope; for future life.
iBWWhen foreetf. to shoot his
new-scenes Jm the faihV 'MacDou 'MacDou-gall
gall 'MacDou-gall couldn't lure !New York's
roosting pigeons into his scenes. :
So this 4ime MGM bbught r 40
pigeons Hand 'trucked hem in all
the Kway t from 'New Jersey to
"double" for New: York pigeons
notiimart enough to come out in'
to the rain and be seen in a mo
'Jose Femr'ii "surnrisihs ountM
to a : San Franeiscd 1 sfcribe 'Mo
vies have no- User for me because
I'm, caHed; a ba -box? bffice risk.
Since :l'm considered a' long hair,
I ;ean't..jet 'anything; :'
Eight years 5agO)r .ybu ;probably
remember,. Ferrer won t an Academy-!
Award for the best per performance
formance performance of the! year in 'Cyra 'Cyrano
no 'Cyrano ie Berger'ac'. .;,,-; (..
HOLLYWOOD IsJft a 1 0 W n
that ) overlooks t the rs jehsational
but for i some reason the strange
"Curse' of.iBarbara -Graham "y i
missing iront the Susan Hay ward
movie oasea ; on s 016 California
klUer'A: rime, : and -punishment.
The film, VI Want to Live," tells
the: story of. Barbara the i party
girt protesting innocence, who
diedij" la the jSan A; Quentin gas
chamber convicted of : the '1953
robbery-murder rf Mrs1.; ,tf a b e 1
Tha picture ends with Bar Bar-,
, Bar-, bara's axacution. ; But- tha aa;
quel to har eura -on "fall the,
'liars who want me daad they'll
dia violently," hain't n told.
It's a real hair-ra sart
John. Lawsdn, True, gani mem member
ber member who turned state'sv evidence,
was killed in a river boat col collision
lision collision neaf New Orleans last
Jan. 22. William Upshaw, who.
tow police aooui ine Monanan
muraer pioi, ; was Kiuea : in an
auto bps crash lneir .Plm
Spring ... last : Feb. 19. Baxter
Shorter,: Wh6 gave' ohce lnfor lnfor-mantion
mantion lnfor-mantion leading to Barbara ar
rest, is missing and presumed-
aeaa. juage cnanes .W.. ,Fricke.
who sentenced Barbara to. death,
died of cancer last Jaoaury.1 Dis
trict Attorney Ernest S., Roll, in
charge of the invctiffQtift, AiA
of cancer in October : iflr.fi.
Warden Harlejr O; Teets of San
Quentin, who carried but the
court sentence,; died of ai heart
attack in September of 1957.' -"
Officer Loses -Pnwles!
ls MONTGOMERYr-Ala; (UPI)-A
pamung 01 ine neaa Christ,
painted' by SalvttionisJfmyvofft-
cer, was stolen; from ; the : bus
siaxion nere, on Christmas Day.
.";!' '; ; .(-'t1 "'-v (':;. -..),
Lt. George ; D; .Thompson,.' Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army officer ? now fata fata-tioned
tioned fata-tioned in Sarasota.FlaTt left the
painting behind by mistake when
he left the restroou at .the sta station.
tion. station. He returned a few-minutes
later to; find Wfmim
"The Picture to Mia r'wia t hri.:
les said Thompson. 'The; Lord
For Rio Mar Club's
Old Year's Dance
The committee on arrangements
of the Rio Mar Club moved to com complete
plete complete all details for its "Old Year's
Hop", on Dec. 31 at the Balneano
Balboa in Juan Diaz.
A member of surprises are in
the offing for the numerous guests
of the club. Every effort is being
made to assure an evening of fun
for pleasure seekers.
Willie Mero and his "Super", or orchestra
chestra orchestra plans to add a special
"Blues Hour" to the program far
The dance is slated to get un underway
derway underway at 9 p.m. and will run
until 6 the morning of Jan. 1.
At Saint Luke's
',The Choir Guild of the Cathed
dral of St. Luke, Ancon, will pre present
sent present its annual concert of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas music tomorrow evening at
The community is invited, to at
" The-, choir is under -the direction
of the Rev. Carl Phillip Ijams,vwho
wiu aiso De at tne organ, rawer
Ijams has recently been ordained
to the priesthood at the Cathedral,
and serves as assistant to the
Three well-known artists will be
featurpd jni.ih. Jirnarm ; Mr.
&arta Spoel, pwrfeesor -of voice at
tne National Institute of Music Ro Robert
bert Robert U. Schultz, baritone and John
To Head Flower
Of Isthmus Lodge
At a special meeting of the Flow Flower
er Flower of the Isthmus Lodee of the in
dependent Order of Mophanic
Colon. Alfredo was elected nina.
trative Grand for the term begin
ning January ias.
" Cragwell; an ex-Deputy of the
National Assembly of Panama, is
the author of the law that guaran guarantees
tees guarantees the operation of all fraternal
organizations without th twerf w
a deposit of $50,000 a is required
of insurance companies.
ine installation of officers Is
Scheduled for the evenin? nf j.n
Aunt Ellen Club
''lift. V f
Carrying out its annual pustom,
Aunt Ellen: Clubi,s,-well t known
sewing group which also engages
in charitable work,- treated the
Justo Ar6semena vocational school
with a Christmas party, on the
remises of the school last : Sun Sun-ay,
ay, Sun-ay, evening.
The. school was formerly a priv private
ate private Institution subsidized by the
Panamanian government, but now
it is operated under the Depart
ment of social welfare, with ai-
cimades Garcia as director.
,! :'''.", ','
The lub committee in charge
of the party was introduced to the
students by the director. Miss Li
lia Wilson, speaking in behalf of
Li ...11. J ...
ine iciuDj, ouiunea us activities
and expressed Christmas sreet-
ingi to the boys.;
A patrol 1 of scouts headed bv
Bresford Ward entertained with, a
program of skits, songs and dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations in scoutcraf t. Songs
were rendered1 by a few students
CIub;i inembers Comprising fithe
turn uimce .- were. jnrs. iauienne
Smith, -; Mrs. Ionie -Thorpe,' .Mrs.
juons, .Lavingsion, Miss May Shoes Shoes-ness,Mrs,x
ness,Mrs,x Shoes-ness,Mrs,x Cynthia, Ward, Miss
Claris. Thomas and-Mrs. E nid
has used e-painteiiS In :, won won-derful
derful won-derful way to touch' heart and
win souls for Mm in my religious.
wore, ne saia. mw.
J Th i I painting "appeared this
week in All Florida magazine.
;"I was, inspired to paint the pic picture
ture picture from Isaiah 53, which tells of
the coming of the Messiah and
suffering and dying for- the lufof
' every Saturday
' from 1
; 6:30 to 7:00
? if::-1'" ''
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in my service to you, I'll have to suspend
electrical, services between 6:00 a.m. and
10:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 28 in
the Parque Lefevre section in the following
Avenida Ernesto T. Lefevre
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DR. AND MRS. J. L. BYRD TO BE FETED
AT OPEN HOUSE TOMORROW IN MARGARITA
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Byrd will entertain tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon from two to six at an open bouse honorinf their house house-quests,
quests, house-quests, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Byrd.
Guests will be received at the Byrd residence, 8468 Alcoa
Street, in Margarita.
Dr. Byrd is the former health officer of the Cristobal
and Colon area. He now serves as health officer for Hous Hous-.
. Hous-. ton and Henry Counties at Dothan, Alabama.
M'llard Arnold Is
. Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Ridgely Gaith Gaith-er
er Gaith-er have as their house guest lor
the holiday season their nephew,
Millard Arnold, a student at
ton School, Tilton, N. H.
Xhe visitor is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Millard D. Arnold, who res reside1
ide1 reside1 in Manila, Philippine Islands.
During his two week visit on
the Isthmus, a round of parties,
fishing picnics and other activities
has been planned. Guests include
till' older teenage group here for
Keeps Good Cheer
NEW ORLEANS, La. (UPI)-lt
was a mer-y Christmas for the
Christmases all 18 of them in
spite of all those wisecracking tel telephone
ephone telephone calls.
There were Josie, Eugene, Mar Margaret,
garet, Margaret, Lorie, Rose, Sam, Karl
Louis, Win'ield and Joseph. But
no Merry, or even Mary.
Josie says she was the only
Christmas in town, that she knew
Of, until about 15 years ago. Then
members o the Christmas family
began migrating downriver from
Natchez, Miss. Now they all get
together fo- Christmas.
Amone them are housewives
soldiers, construction workers,
meat packers and a physiother
iAs usual on Christmas Eve, the
telephone at Joke's house jingled
constantly while the Christmases
were deco-atine their tree. The
callers were anonymous, but the
nature of the calls was familiar
"If vou're Christmas, where's
Santa Claus?" one caller asked.
"Merry Ch'ihtmas! Ho, ho,
ho!" said anjther.
lAnd another: "Christmas? I I-'Hught
'Hught I-'Hught you didn't arrive until the
25th. Are you here already?
The maker of that last call was
informed, cheerfully, that the
Christmases are around 365 days
a year or 366, in the leap years.
To Great Britain
LONDON (UPI)- The officially
atheistic Soviet Union broadcast
a religious Christmas message.
'Alexander Karev, head of the
Union of Baptist of the USSR,
delivered the Christmas message
to.' Britain over Moscow Radio.
''My best wishes at this joyous
Christmas season to all the people
of Britain on behalf of the Union
o! Baptists of my country," Karev
"The angels in Bethlehem who
sang the wonderful song of peace
at tne wrui of Jesus Christ re remind
mind remind the faithful to pray earnest
lyfor world peace and do all they
crtj to build that peace," he said.
The reference to Jesus was un unusual
usual unusual for Moscow Radio, which
usually echoes the official Soviet
line that Jesus never existed and
xnat stories aoou: mm are pure
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Daily at 7:00 p.m.
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the holidays from
schools in the
An Open House
I Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bell Fair-
child received informally on Christ
mas afternoon at their home, Los
Verdes, in Las Cumbres.
Laati Family Hosts
A group of friends gathered
Christmas morning at the Robert
Gt Laatz home in Balboa for the
family's annual holiday breakfast.
Truman Hopes For
For Whole World
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
President Truman said today he
hoped there would be "peace and
prosperity for the whole world"
during the coming yer. It was a
hope, not a prediction, he added.
"1 don't attempt to be a proph prophet,"
et," prophet," Truman said.
But he spoke more confidently
of this country's future. He said
lie believed the nation's gross na
tional production some day would
reach a "thousand billion dollars
The former President said the
recent successful firinc of the
Atlas satellite had surprised some
"But I am an optimist," he
sa.d. 'I think we ll alwvs come
out on top. We can ilwaya d.i
th.r.gs better tV-r anyone when
we're forced into it."
The former President made his
comments during a 35-minute ear early
ly early morning walk with newsmen in
16-degree temperature. He and
Mrs. Truman have been visiting
their son-in-law and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Daniel. They
planned to return home Saturday.'
Three Die As Wind
SALISBURY. Rhodesia fUPIi-
A whirlwind hurled a French DCS
airliner with 70 persons aboard to
the ground in a flaming crash here
yesterday. Three passengers were
A heroic steward helped get the
other 60 pahsengers to safety. The
seven-member crew also walked
awa :from the blazing wreckage.
Only minor Injuries were reported.
The unidentified steward suffered
Authorities said all of the pas passengers
sengers passengers on the UAT Lines flight
'rom Johannehburg, South Africa,
to London' were South Africans.
The plane took off in'o a blind
ing African thunderstorm that
uirnea tne sky black. Thirty sec seconds
onds seconds later lt crashed and burned.
The pilot told the Paris office
of UAT by telephone that he had
been given permission to take off
despite the storm. He said that
half a minute after he was air airborne,
borne, airborne, s "terific wh rl I n d"
clutched the plane and flung t
like a chip to the ground.
Lmm 8,00 mJ 10 m. mlf.
If a friend invites you to ride
in a tiny sports car. don't com
plain about its being hard to get
in ana out oi, even if vou think
it is. The owner of a new car
doesn't like to have any fault
found with it.
And sports car owners are,
perhap, even prouder of their
cars than most other car owners.
Destroyed By Fire
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 27 (UP!)
A four-alarm bl- ze destroyed
$251,000 worth of merry-go-round
hflfes and other amusement c c-quipment
quipment c-quipment last night at San Fran Francisco's
cisco's Francisco's famous playland at the
The spectacular fire, shooting
flames high over the beach amidst
gusts of rain, wrecked a hree
story warehouse in which the play
equipment was stored. Total 'oss,
including the building, was esti estimated
mated estimated by its owner at $400,000.
Forty pieces of equipment and
150 firemen were summoned to
the scene and rattled more than
an hour to control the fire. Three
firemen were hghtly injured.
Cause of the fire was not deter determined.
mined. determined. Newspaper Claims
Aimed At Syria
CAIRO, Dec. 27 (UPI) The
newspaper Al Ahram charged to today
day today there was a new conspiracy
aimed against Syria from Zionism
"imperialism" and internal "Com
The newspaper said clandestine
rtadio stations were back in action
trying to separate Syris from
Egypt while Radio Israel was
spreading false reports about Sy Syria
ria Syria and reform and the value of
Syrian Communists had chosen
the moment to attack the union
of Syria and Egypt "sideJsy side
with Israel and reactionary ele elements
ments elements and imperialists," it added.
Al Ahram charged there was al also
so also an attempt to create trouble be between
tween between the U.A.R and Iraq.
Both Al Ahram and A k h b a r
Elyom lamented it was "Americ "American
an "American news agencies" and not Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian newspapers which' were res
ponsibile for reports of Commun Communists
ists Communists penetration in Iraq.
Faces Most Serious
Threat In 2 Years
TOKYO, Dec. 27 (UPI) -Premier
Nobusuke Kishi, under tire
from his own Liberal-Democratic
Party as well as the Socialist
opposition, today faces the most se
rious threat to, his leadership since
he took office two years ago.
An estimated 110 to 120 of the
295 liberal Democrats in parlia parliament
ment parliament have challenged Kishi's ad administration
ministration administration of party affairs.
Three cabinet ministers have,
threatened to resign today un
less the Premier yields to their de demands
mands demands for a greater voice in par party
ty party affairs.
Business leaders say the split
in Liberal-Democratic ranks is so
serious it may result in the for formation
mation formation of a new Conservative Par Party.
ty. Party. Menawhile, opposition leader
lneiiro Asanumahas announced
that the Socialits probably will
introduce a non-confidence motion
against the Kishi administration
wnen parliament meets next
The Socialist threat is consider considered
ed considered less serious than the Liberal -Democratic
"revolt" because the
government, majority in Par Par-uament'
uament' Par-uament' probably will dose ranks
behind Kishi to resist the opposi opposition
tion opposition motion.;
Custody Of Kids
With La Bergman
ROME, Dec. 27 (UPI) -Italian
movie director Roberto Rossellini
today formally asked a local civil
court for custody of the three chil children
dren children born from his marriage with
Swedish actress Ingrld Bergman.
Rosellini's request wss present presented
ed presented to the Rome civil tribunal this
morning by his lawyer Mario Ca Ca-valerl.
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HOWS CHOW? Girls from the San Juan OhDh anatce In Ptnama City, gue$t of the Navy at
Its annual Christmas party at the Fifteenth N aval District chow hall, are welcomed by Cant.
A. R. St. Angelo, chief of staff to the Comman dant. The group of 55 girls was treated to a
full holiday dinner, gifts, candy and nuts. 1 (Navy Photo)
'fflty" THE VOICE OF
pli by Dorothy Killgallen
What every columnist knows Is
that every man in the street is a
columnist at heart. Cab drivers
are prone to start conversations
with, "Boy, if I had a column
like you could I write a few things,
make the people sit up afld take
notice!" Department store sales salesgirls
girls salesgirls poised over lingerie counters
say, "Miss Kilgallen, what you
ought to do is spend a day in here.
The characters we get, it's a riot.
You'd have enough material to
write for a week." Drunks In bars
are chummily profuse with advice
about what the public really
wants to read, and there isnt a
manicurist in the United States
who doesn't think she could write
Walter Winchell's column if she
only had a typewriter.
But it's the columnist's belt
fricnds who are most truly con convinced
vinced convinced that the Job is duck soup.
"Come on out to the country for
the weekend," they urge. "You
can write your column out by the
swimming dooI. We'll help you."
Or, "You don't have to leave tb
party yet. Stick around; we''
give you enough material to fill
a dozen columns. ',
Lnst night at a dinner party J
decided to try It. I passed ou'
four sheet- of napers to four
chums and said. "Co )1"id )1"id-Write
Write )1"id-Write on anv tonic. I'll use it.'
Here are the results uncensore
From sineer Johnnie Ray: I
eems ironic that I havp worke'
or visited everv maior country or
earth, minus Russia. hu havr
never seen a rodo or Vellowstonp
National Park. .There is no trrea.
r actrer than a wnrnan awar
th?t she Ii HeinS watched. . I
hink Ethel Merma" couldn't to to-ib'7
ib'7 to-ib'7 be In a flon. .Tdevtcion real really
ly really looks better In color. Bad sbw sbw-look
look sbw-look g'Hid to me when they're tint tinted.
ed. tinted. J smoVe too much. .1 don'4
Hink Khrushchev wants war. but
t'n verv concer"d over the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin problem. ,Mv first big love
was th" outest al in my hom
own "Has, Oreeon n a m e d
Tane Crider. Shp never knew.
I don't e"vv neonle who must com commute.
mute. commute. .1 hate rhamnagne. .Whv
is it peopl will walk un to V""
and say. 'Remember me? Wp
were introduced to each other
about five vears ago in La- Vegas.'
. .T wonder where Doothv pet
all her information. .1 eet 1u
na b a kick w of re-run of 'I
Love Lucv nd 'The Wnneymoon Wnneymoon-era
era Wnneymoon-era as I did the f'rst, smv
na third time around. . .nnn't
laugh. I'd like to see Snow White
and the Seven Dwj'tV aoain. .
I dislike steaks. vTsllulh Bnk Bnk-head
head Bnk-head hates big parties, "m" do J
know? She's a great pal of nine
but refu'ed to a'tend one of mv
parties for ust that reason. M"
taea or a verv beauufi" gai: Don
na Reed. .Somerset Mauehsm is
my idea of something to read.
I m verv susnioJous o ar who
tell me they don't reid their ow
reviews. How hlsse vou pet?
. .Why did Shirley Templp marrv
Charles Balck when all the tm.
she .belongs only tnj me? Th Th-tame
tame Th-tame goe for An Sheridan
Brigitte, Soon'a. Marilyn. A v
and all that lazz. ,t don't th'
bingo is sln'ul. .T think "oroth'
mke all those thines un."
""nd of .Tohnnle'n MWrih"Mon.
From inferior decorator Howpr
Perry Fothber: "I have 1ut r
turned from th most wonderf wonderf-two
two wonderf-two weeks in Miami Beach. TV
weather wss f'h'iloits nd he IK-1
You can be lazy on the marvelous
beach, go home and lazily cook
dinner (even if you have never
cooked before you seem to be able
to in Florida) and perhaps go to
a movie. If you feel like seeing a
lavish floor show you just put on
your city" clothes yand youwiave
a large selection to choose from
"But why amid all this beati-
ful iiving must the big name hotels
be so hideous as to insult the taste
of the American people? Obvious Obviously
ly Obviously money is never .the problem in
the building or furnishing of these
hosteleries in fact, it looks as
though they were trying to see how
much, money thev""could rne"d.
But the e"d results re not to be
believed. The building them themselves
selves themselves are magnificent. TV lav lav-outs,
outs, lav-outs, or floorolans, are brilliantly
'housht out, but the interiors and
furnishings 'make vou feel you're
in some horrible Todd AO night
"This season's newest hote1
Soasta what is undoubtedly.'. ..'the
vorld'i lareest chandelier. In fact
: covers the entire circumference
-f the main lobby. It is a trss
-onnectinn perhaps 20 feet in dia--neter,
done in several tiers held
otrether with giantisc chains, each
'er holding counties glass hurri hurricane
cane hurricane lamos. Th effect is ghastlv,
"t no worse than most of the
"'her lobbies in the most expen-
ivf hotels down there.
"There is so much beauty in
'iarni Beach, so much of the kind
( lazy living that Snoeals to ma-
v oeoDl"1. whv can't the hoe1
owners just once build a hotel
hat is as beautiful innido as It is
utside? I have a terrible feeling
Hnt the bad taste interiors in in-'luence
'luence in-'luence thousands of visitors mV mV-them
them mV-them feel that because this
'-ind of decoration Is so expensive
'. must be right. I wish some, nlone--r
would out uo a hre1 tha would
-tart a new tumd. "d whans In
x few years Miami Beach would
'ose its renuwion for be'no the
moat carish nlaee on earth.
To be contlnuH tomorrow when
nv two othpr dinner eomoanlms
vill so"nd off on tolc- ranflnp
fr,om Noel Coward to New York
A dash of this and a pinch of
(hat may be a bold wav of mea
suring. But in baking it pays to
be conservative. Use level mea measurements,
surements, measurements, experts say ir stan standard
dard standard measuring runs and spoons.
Ton much or too little of some something
thing something like baking powder spoils
Accidents will happen when
teen-age youngsters gather for a
record session. Soft drinks spilled
on clothing may result in a brown
tain. So, when spilled, sponge
the area at once with cool water
or eoual parts of alcohol and wa water.
ter. water. Then rub glycerin into the
stain. After half an hour, rinse
with waters and wash with hot
An enterprising housewife can
se the automatic washer to
'Hinder dust and scrub tlothes.
"resoak the cloths and moo In a
-ail of hot suds. With a rinsing,
se worst of the dirt is gone,
'hen you may toss them In with
'e regular laundry for a more
A fisherman usually takes more
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NKA Service
, ''"q'4 :. ':
4 J2 1
,' Nohe :
North and South vulnerable
South West North East
1 V Pass 2 V or Pass
4 Pass Pass Pass
In a recent duplicate, all North North-South
South North-South pairs reached four hearts
and made either four or five, if
allowel to play the hand there
When five was made the usual
play was-for declarer to ruff the
opening club lead, 'draw trumps
with two leads and" lead a spade
to the ten.
Later on he would cah dum dummy's
my's dummy's king of spades and note the
fall of the eight from East. He
would get back to his own hand
and lead the Jack Of spades.' West
would cover with the aueen and
dummy would iruff, .? East would
have to spot would be high.
At a couple to realize that he
M4 too much stuff in three suits
and too little in hearts to afford
to stay out of the bidding. He
doubled for takeout at his first
turn to, bid. V :
houth still went to four hearts.
but now West was able to go to
One West got out for down one.
He lof t a diamond and a heart,
but guessed the soade situation
and lost only one trick there. The
other West misguessed the spades
and went down two tricks, but bis
minus score of 300 was still good
tor one pom from topv
Q-The bidding has been:
North Ease tcvtk West
14 Double Redouble 2
Pass Past T
You, South, hold:
K 19 A i 4k S 4K J I
What do you do?
1 Arl4 fosw tpadea, Btaee ye
luve alraadr redetibM. this la a
very stronr Ud. ,
v TODATS QUESTION
! Your partner has opened one
ispade and aeeond hand has
doubled. You hold:
Qt VKSt QI41 Q8II
What do you do?
sonal clothing." Keeping flies neat
is easy. Use a square of plastic
foam and hook flies Into it when
storlnt for the winter or on a fish
ing venture. This keeps them
from tangling when the tackle box
is moved abputw , f
Vegetables vHMastei better and
retain their vitamins if cooked
properly. Use as little water as
possible and cook as fast as pos pos-sble.
sble. pos-sble. Do this by starting with
boiling water. Also whenever pos
sible, cook vegetables in their
skins. ', ., :
Since children's feet trow so
rapidly, they should be checked
for size every two to four months,
monthl, v 1 .
j'l tT?f?, teMPH bPttenl
II City in The fl5KOT ;
NthrliiviM .!!f.i?1 kf
18 Interest abl iilln!i s
24Pmt "SBlcktWie r
SO Measure' of
m American ,t
i 3D Beginners i
: i I.
f muff 1 m-
89 Natural ill.,
n iowara me r
...Jtvi wr-' rrr
42 Great fear
49 Here (It.)
47 Ages' r
81 Not as much
82 Female salhf
.;.;. '-i; f 4;.t,
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t? x t 4 v. :' t
-J 'h fr ( f f f 4
. 'vf J i
DAp-DAUGRTER HOOFERS' Among father and daughter
combinations participating Jn a holiday Harnett and ; Dunrj
Jamboree were iri Gen. George Schlattei; and. .His, daugh
ter, Bu Sni' TlejF, t?ejfrlg
Filmed On y$ ry Ground That
v : Moses Trod
The monumental dramatization of the life tf Mmm.
Cecil B. bcMUleVi JPraduction fint ,,TEN COMMAND
MENTSV marks the first time ifl .film history a Biblical
tory hat 'been given the added .Wjesty and meaning of
authentic Biblical settings. Scenes.. fer.' ,the VlstaVlslon,
Technicolor. DeMUIe -masterwork, 'arriving January 1st, in
exclusive release at "LUX" Theatre; ,wer-shot on a three.
month location trip to .Egypt by DMUIr, Charles Ileston
ad a picked crew of technicians on the eryi grottnd the
Book of Exodus describes.
Th jtbreerbpur,. thirty-nlne-minnte PatambuliitT .film.
which star Charlton IIESTON, YuLBKIWNER, Anne. BAX BAXTER,
TER, BAXTER, Edward G. ROBINSON, Yvonne DE CARLO, Debra
t PAGET and. John DEREKr along with aV massive support support-ing
ing support-ing cast of stars and 25;000s extra, contain key scenes -made
on ine slioret 6t the JBed Bea In Egypt, in the deserts
of the Rlnal Peninsula and on the slopes of Mount Sinai
In the very placer her the Scriptures tell ns Moses saw
the Burning Bnsh and heard, the voice of God. v Advt.
2T Grafted (ber.) 18 GreekTl
??EL"?t "VL f ravtone
,4Bog 4iriow.rT' r-r,
Indolent 44Dinea-. f
? &m'l&TPt. 4
V.8A. 59 Rebel fcoltl i
t b t, SB'S
the .winning .couples in their
uiere leaves little to be desired., care of nil tackle than of his per
v. -I... -,- ..' ,- .. 1
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8AITEDAT. nzCEMitn rt. II.
:i'.'4ft.i.--C! -f fftSr-
TlCt PANAMA AMERICAS ATI INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER,
ISIIMIM -eWCI! NOTICES
umu io ijb a m
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: fcUIUUt L WU SJB ll
utAJV. MWt MM Uu
COCOU ATi UUJM
t ,H wiija , j
riKST WAPTUI CHIIHCB
i. Balboa Hallhta. C
(37 Aoeaii Bouitw
UNwai Malboa Hati
PnoM ttoiaoa 1V
J WUHwa V Raabf, fartat
jundaj School ,-.,,.. 1,1
.rtornlnil Wotahip. ....,... W.4 an
daptixt Tralninf Union
i:3 D ID
4vanMiiRU bwvico .......
Pryr Utating. Wadnatdiy
M S Blbla Study tur tur-day
day tur-day "..,........
Men Brotharhoed LaM
Mondt to month
rutai aAPTunr cmmoi
MranU-vaiar at b Straat
Mrnta. Canai 6oit -v
Rav .Wtndall C art. PaM
JtUllOU "Kcliuul A
Moroln Worship ...
aaptint ttaininf Onion
Cvanlna-' Wornhlp .
7 :4a e ni
i iihariitxid. j i'uaaaa?
Prayar Service, WadnMdtyt
(V H.U lot Jk ltd rrlday
5 A. B A A Sunbaami
ti nridaty tttrattp
f f a.
Malar it Mr. W. Blihop
)t February Itraef Phone;
8:00 Sunday School
, 7:80 Salvation Maatinl
Envoy A Mn. C. U Motalay
11:00 Hollnen Meeting
Sr Captain Mn. R. Oram
14th Straet, Phone 30-74S
1 11:00 Hollnew Meeting
J:00 Sunday School
7:30 Sarvation -Maatlni
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. CapUIn S. Teyloa
11:00 Holinent Meeting
J:00 Sunday! School
7 30 Salvation Mealing
RAINBOW CJTl. C.Z.
Envey i. OH!
. 3 00 Sunday School
:30 Salvation Meeting
lAtBoA'':"'?!,), f i
The Rav Oku'.' Otoea, Parte
' Balboa Road at' San : Pablo Street
, Paatoe'e Jphone l-UM
Church ftice 2-323 t
(:30 an.-Chuh School Prea bu
ervlce. Classes lor all agee,
10:30 Worship' Berviea Church
Time Story" (tour'; forT KinMrgartn
and Primary Children. Cburch-Tljnt
Cradle Roll and Nursery'
. (:00 p.m.Pojt High Fellowship
. :30 p.ni.-:0, p.m. Junior Htgh
1:00 p.m. Senior High fellowship.
UARGAR1TA "i-f 1
. Marcarita Ave; and Bolivar -Hwy
Rev. Theodora E. Prankll Psstor -Phone:
Office, fllMt Ret I-14M
" am. Church School Bus service
. Clastaa: Nursery through adult
11 00 a m. Morning Worship
Ni,r-r f Infants; and.. email chit
drenr .-r. ' ;
I'OO p.m. JunlOs Fellowship, 1
15 om Youth Fellowship
A comoleta lachednlr of inxlllarT
tlvttles and official meetlnt as an an-nounred
nounred an-nounred from aeyH to weefci
i Bev. waiaar m. s-.to V."" 'i
1 IN in Sunrtav 3chom i 1
I 10 a m Momlnp' Worship -J- '
Official meetings and "weea-daf
altlM annmmrad f r t
." I I ate .ie
I I V 4MSM1 eU4
I I ,elUei
V J M UtMl
r-.lt. tV , 4' a
f .B2B L M B
" .i rg :-. 'i 90
Charcbee W the assay Isrths m rk
twt ett M wrttwf ay WaelnaaaU. nee M rit latest a tar changes
tot Ik ceauag Saiewtlgy't anarch gaga.
4inrrrs. caaraii eytrarenae art chaplain art eakeel ra hhi the
f Paagejt $4 CbIm. tttklM tl 'aaama. ailt t tictat all
tiata a ata t4 wit at Hit armal mtn. m4 f ivilia Miflk
ka, inaa'i aatf Mfaatafa. v 1
i' Ai uUa arvm, fka ata AaMmaa liah kalaw. by daaami
aattaaa. aatita mt kaaia f, aatakip atkar tflula' aattvkia.
t ikriaf art ft4 ftaai that H Hat Oaaamiatrtaai kavlna any
Mt a wa raarataiai art htat ta4t "Otka Ckatakai Sarvicat
MUMit totttt'M af aarvittt at Army atara, Ait ar(a katat
tat HtYtl atafttat,' ' n ...
tT HARTt UtUau.M-kalsa
Bunda atassa. lt, l ll 04 and
Hoiy Oar Mass sa '!. 11 M jm
nd 1:00 aas i... a I
Confeeaforyi aaturdaj, i:M a 'aiK
ihd Tt to M pat Thursday tafari
fim !tda 7 AO 0 00 atat .
-Miraoulou Modal Navana: 70 p
Catachlasa.alasa' ftar lata saaa
m funday .... .. 'y
High School Stuaw Cluk t paa at
. Sundaj Hassaa :. I'M A IB aja
Holv. at. saamaal a as anJ 4 DP
om t .f
Confession. BaPirOay 3 J( ta 0.-00 and
..16 t 1:00 p.m Thutaday before .First
' ridav 1 :0t a at. -. ; '
Saertd Heart Dtvatlatkti litt am as
Cataehiaas Claaii l:U ta t:4 m an
yw rin i .....
OUR LAOl'Of FATIMACamda
Sunday Usst at 1:00 a.m.
.Holy Day Mas at JO pja.
Confession 4:00 ta pm est Bat Bat-irday.
Catacalam Class: aaturday je to to
a ja i . t -.,
aVadae atassas at I 'OO and 0:11 a m
HolyTBay Mass at 0:00 .m ;t,
f Weekday Matsaa M a m.
Confessions Saturday 440 ta 4:10 and
Caterhlnp CUa: Sunday 4t ta 4M
Miraculous Medal- Havana.: ,14a.
o Friday i
Convert issnructlenet Thursday U
ST FlNCicNT'B faaaau City
Sunday Masses C0 and 130 aj.
Holy bay Massaa: t :30 and 1O0 p.m
r III It falls on Saturday the Maasaa an
00 and 440 a raj
Coatassionsi laturday 3fl0 ta 00 and
i 00 to g:00 pm -Thursdays before First
frldav .30 pm
auracuious Medal Navana ant Bta
lions of the Craae:-Fridav 7.40 n.m.
Catechism Class t After 0:30 mass an
Conven Clsw. 4 JO aav Tuesday ana
m BT. TB(RESA'tCaeel
Sunday Msm: g:30 a.ak.;;
Holy. Day Mas t.0 m lit rt falls
'O. Saturday -1:80 a.m. i
Catechism Class -.3 JO ia 1:00 p m an
Confessions: 4:00 to g JO a.n Sunday
T iOHN BAPTIST DS LA SAIXI
Paraaa Leerre .... .. ,..
Sunday Masses: g JO and l:f a.m.
Waak Days Mam 0:30 Mon Thurs
in ana flat First Frlds'mss t0 a m
Holy. Day Massaa- S:00 am .-0l
o.m v ,
Conlessions: 1:30 ta 4 JO and 7:U0 to
s:0O p.m. on saturaay
" Miraculous Modal Novanai mdst .KHi
em : ''".. ..
Cattehiam Clam. 3 JO p.m -on aunasi
."' fMBBEBSTB 1 Baea
Convert Clasn Monday 7 J4 pm
Sunday Iaai: 10-a
Holy Day Maest J0 am
Confaasions. Saturday 4:30 to 1 JO p.m
rhursday before First Friday 4:39 p.m.
Catechism Clam: S:19 m on Sunday
Sacra Heart Novens' 7 JO pm or
Convert Class: 440 am an fhuraday
I ST JOE,M'-'"
Sunday Mattes. 4:43, t:00and t:ltam
Holy Day Masses? :tt and 1:00 a.m
ind : p.m 1
Confessions' Saturday 4 JO ta 4:00 and
J M to 8:00 pm
Miraculous MadaJ ft ovens Weanosdsy
h U and 7:00 o m
Saerad Heart Novena. rrlday 1:13 pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 a m
, Convert Class t 7 tg pm aa Mondays
Catecnism Clan Sunday I0:l a.m ta
11:4 a m v.'IM'jMn. ta. 4:00 p.m
First Frldivtlimosition of Mont Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 4:30
jn Baruraay morning
..First Saturday Devotions to out Lady
ft- Fatima The Holy Romry4J0 a,m.
First Communion tnstruatlona for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 ta
' 00 p.m. '.'' .i ..........
-I 'i MIRACULOUS MKDAL CrMebal
Junday Masses: 7:00, 4:00 and 10:30 sm
Holv -Dav Masses tiOO, :M a.m. and
S IS p m f
t.ontess)on. Saturday 4 JO ta l:N and
(-00 to 4:00 p m Aytar Rosary each eva eva-ilna
Mlraeuloin' Madsl Nnvenai 4:14 ana
:00 pm on Monday.
CitacMSm :C sse rAfte 4:00 Mask an
rtrst ffrldsy. Exooellioa ill day durms
ihe School Year.. c
rtrst Saturday Mass at 8 JO am.
BOLT PAMlitr CHURCH h Margarita
aunaay Masses i ao. i so 1 1 :v s n.
First Saturday Mam'.
waanosy ssses.. 1 .
i ;-Sroirday v. ?"7:08 pm te
Miraculous MedaJ Nevene
Holy Day Massaa TJt am.
Confassion. a:4t pm, to
avery Monday ; v -.'.
arish '. Family RsaaW. and
, Banedletlor) i,,m
. 8:00 pm.
. .: pm
7 :00 pm
4 O pm
Discussion Inquiry Oroup t JO pm.
1st Fridsy DevoUona
1st Ssturday Devotions ',
' ST yiNCKMTBRaiabew
Sundar.-4lsaess-: OJt am
ln..t i;r.y '' u
Holy Day Massaar g Jo am
7 JO p m
'and 4 Jo,
4 mi i - v
CMrasalont.rtJo 'w Jnant iM te
.4.00 n.m ftattirriev 2''.'. .. .. :
-, Catechism Clam:-10:44 s at. an Sunday
ranyart- Class- ayary Monday at TJ0
pm n w ,,i
- Mtraeuiau MadaJ rlpvasia- tm p.m
7i0 pm. ae
funaav Mam S:is am 0
, Holy Day Mam: 44 am
Osnfasaietift f:3t-t Tt pm aa Bay.
taehla asa'4t p.m'' en Monday
i A OUB, LABJ j 4F. 0OOD MlTNtaV
A Si i.-' J Ml s
T.-00 ant gJt aik
naiy Day Mi
a.. m.. ang gjo
Confaoiooi Saturaay at I JO J. and
si wr au evening aavouunt, ,i
Baptisms by appolnunant
Miraeulous Medal Novena i TJt pm
ty.-?' fcthl: Sunday
Religious Instructing .Osss -far Chll
dran:.4:00 pm. am Thursday. T
neugieus uiseruetlan far adult (Can
duetatT m. Bpanshi 1 74 pm an Men
. ReUgieu UistruatlOB far adults
Ir-rurtUr. kF tppr
Canal Zeaa, $i Hit terminal efcle
, i CCISCC3SI
Tyi M In S Habat (iaadaav ST B
Fk ary Bay. Maiaett J.
Aitih LJl t
TBS CATHtORAL OF ST. LtKB
IJ0 am. Holy Communion. -0:14
am Church School iHoly Com
oaunion 3rd Sunday I
JO am. Santa Communion. 3rd Sun Sunday
day Sunday n j
Eauueia T Duminlcs) f :I4 t U'
1 11-00 am Morning Frayar and Ser
mon, Holy CuounurJon isi Sunday. .-.
I JO pm Evening Service. ..
" WRilMlikUA YS
4 JO a tu. Holy Communioav
7 J tra Evening Prayer, f
V 1 HOLY DAYS
44 am Hoiy Communion.. ;
4 80 a m Hob Communion.
, ,( fi jDACLT (
4.14 am. Marnlna Fraym
l:00 MU.da Missionary Pray art.
tawca ai aH. Andrasr
m an WUuam W Baldwta, --
Prieat ta Cbarga
Hoiy Communion 1 JO am
Family Praym and
Church School 4 JO am
iAlao Holy Communion 2nd
turning Prayer A Sarmon 11J0 a m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion s:w am
Chapel at The tiaad Shepherd H
The Rev Claraaee W Hayes,
meet to Charge
g:00 am. Morning r rarer.
(H.C. first Friday .??
St. Slmea'A Chuck
rhe Rat. John Spear Priest in Charge
Choral Bucharim and Bar.
3:00 p m
Church School ...........
Episcopal Youna Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
and FRIDAYS ft b fit .
Morning Prayer ana,,, noiy
Evening Prayer ....-.
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS St THURSDAYS
8:00 a m
Morning Prayer i.
Evening Prayer ...
( smily Eucharist ..v s.w am
I Office af Compl(nf g.,.... pm
', LA SMCA
- at Patse'e thnreh
The Bay. John Spear. Prieat la Charge
Morning Prayer ana tnurcn
School ..... .. i . ... .... 00 am
mon : t: m
ConflrmsUon Class ....... 8:80 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism .... ... 12:00.rioon
atHrmieinn a mrtdi As4r4rsMlm .... I'M BUI
3rd MONDAYS S"'"l' l
I'HURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion ........ :
. . PALO SSC6
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Pea L. B Shirley. Prlatt ta Charge
8:30 am. Holy communion.
Chnrch mt St j Margaret
Espavt and Bratoi Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
7 SO a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 s.m. Church School Service.
11:00 am. Morning' Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
8:00 a.m. Hoiy communion.
-. ... v :
The Rev. Allan il ".
Priest lit Cnargs
The Rev. David A Osborne,
SUM DA , .
40 s.iii cnorai aucnarw si
3:30 am Infant; Baptiam.
3.00 mn Church School
S am Youth Fellowship
i 1st -i m fcvansone and Address
and and ttb WEDNISDAYS
i .30 o in Woman's ., Auxiliary ana
is- Guild Meeting
St Pool's CharA
rue vea Lesnael B ghlrle. R-ctot
The Rev. Csrltea O. Morales, Asst.
C0 a.m. noiy uomm.inioD
3-00 ajr Suns Euehansl A Sermon
OtaO a at Momma Prsver and Church
nnrr Holt Baptism
7-00 i.m Solemn vs
iheid ir Buildlna 131)
i'UESUAVS . .
4:30 a.m Hoiy LsmmuBws
1:80 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
:0b e Holy Communlop
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
VHURtOAYS AKO FRIDAYS
8:30 t m. Holy Cormnunioa x
HOLY DAYS j
00 a m. Holy Conununioa.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THK-SKA
' ColOn, R.P. -...'
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. 1, Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry Ai Blake, Assistant
"i'.'N: 'J'-- SUNDAY
4:00 4. m; Holy Communion j
7:30 pm. solemn Evensong A gsrroeii
a-XO a.m. Uamlni Praver
8:00 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:84 am. Church School t x ''
MONDAY. TOtSDAT "iWullSDAt
8:40 am. Morning Prayer.
g:M am. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Evening fityet, n t ...
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer v
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:80 p.m. Evening Prayer A Addrem
:40 a.m. Morning rayar
0:00 4m. Children's Eucharist
8:00 p m. Evening rrayar
,: SATURDAY V"
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer ;
4:00 4 m. Holy Communlop
4 00 p.m. Evening Prayer-'
7:30 p.m. Offioa at Compllna, i
f l V RIO ABA JO
Bt, Clutstopkee'e Ckarca
10th Straet. Parque Lefevre
The Bey Clarenre f. Hayes.
Pileel 4a Chares
The 'Bey. Clarence 4. fragweB,
:ot em 101 Cnmmutilost
UkW;'? tiZSZtX 1-t" Sunda, ri thg
180 noon Hoiy Baptiam: :
4 JO pm Evensong and Sermon.
7 JO pm 1st and 3r4. Boman's Auxj
IUESDAYS :... -v,.f,.
OJOprn Junlir Daughters at the
Jtt p.m Youth Fellnwship.
- S :O0 a m Holy Communion.
f 0 p m Evening Prayer and Religious
: g:00 pm Girls Friendly Society.
. 8 :00 Djn 1st and Iril. Alnl4 Ana
8 JO am Junior Conflrmatlon Clam
, CHURCH OF THk MAZARENB
.444 rrangipani St. Ancon C.Z.
Bay. Elmer O Nclaoa. Pastor
Boa 8(7 bslboa. CJL. fel 2-2002
Sunday School 8:45 am
Worship Service 10:44 am
i xouin service 0:44 pm
Evangelistic Service ....... 7:30 pm
Prayer Service Wad.
T JO p.m
Sunday: am. Panama Wesley:
10:30 a.m Sunday School.
. 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
- and sermon.
Sunday 7am Paralso
" 4 10 am. faraiso Sunday School
.... v 7:18 p.m. Paralao Evangelical
: METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 18th 8 a.m. Rev. Victor
John- Wataon BJ. 7 pm. Mr.: A. A.
Monday. Oct. 20th 0:30 o.m. Prepa
ration Class. Mr. Geo; Mitchell. 7:30
D.rn. Prayer meeting Mr. pearl Ford
.: Tuesday.' Oct. Slat 7 JO n m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
: CHURCH OFTHB MAZARENB
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write! Boa 5018 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School ...... ..... 8:48am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7 JO p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama AM 33rd Street East
Bay 4Y N Browa. Minister
Divine Worship ........... :30 am
Sunday School 3:00 o.m
Sunday Masses 1. 7:45 lists
Rio Abaja, At.
Sunday School ...........
Meetlnxs Thursdays at 7 JO p.m. and
Sunday at 4:00 pm Wirt Memorial
104 Balboa Road. Bslboa
I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
! LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 8:30 a.m.
: Sunday School: Sunday 100 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 0:00 om.
' Relief Society, Tuesday 9-00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7 JO p.m.
Primary: Thursday 40 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
.Sunday scnooi. aunaay :ou a.m.
' Sacrament Meeting) -Sunday 110 A W
CVRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K fjeldlg. Minister
(Phone Rat 83-M18 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 8:30 s.m
I A class for every age)
Morning Worshin 11 0 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 0:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worshin ........ 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise tWad.) 7:00 pm
'A' church nursay In provided. ,.h
OLD CAFHOLIC CHURCH
Bt Bapbaal The Archangel
IStb St Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist-. Sunday at I'M a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
Sacrament of UncOoo (Healing ser service)
vice) service) First Sunday eS each month a
Moam HaUbet. ChrletUo Cbereh
PanamA R. P ,,
Bt Rev T j ernes D. D Bishop
Morning devotion 00 4 m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 s.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
THE CHRIST ADELPHIAJiS
Scout HalL Rainbow City
Sunday School t .m.
Morning Service 10 s.m.
Adult Bible Classes aach, ,,
Monday at 7:30 rim.
Divine Service 7:30 pm
Visitors are welcome at all services
54 First Street
Urbanlradon El Carmen. Panam City
Informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays. ,,............ .80 om
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(naslalra American Basaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 7 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espslaba St, Parslso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewsrt, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Servlca.
8:00 p m. Sunday SchooL
7:15 pm. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7 JO Young People's Society
- Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 8:00 ChoL. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
15 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J, Anvlck Overseer
- Sit. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sundsy Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 30 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service, Nights; Monday -Wednesday
THE CHURCH OF GOD
14th SL (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
' Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School ............ 9:80 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sundsy Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7033 Eighth St., Colon
Mr. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship' 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mn. M. Hlnaa Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11:00 s.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:80 p.m
,' .FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
' Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad St.
Bey. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School ............ 9:30 a.m
, Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Servlca .., 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL -
, Diablo Height. C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Boa 38. Diablo Heiehts C.Z.
Pkeaes: Home. Gaaiboa 317
Church- Balboa 4271
Sunday School ...,;,...,, 100 a.m
Worship Servict-(i(W,.,. 11:00 am
Youth Service 70 pm.
Evangelistic Service t JO p m
' Wednesday t Bible Study
. and Prayer Servlca 1 JO p.m
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Baad at Wight Strati
Rev. Robert F. Gusslrk, Pasta
... p.p. Box 864. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clam 8 a.m.
Divine Servlca 10:11 a.m
. Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
it 1 Caea Bole Chapel
,,' Mr. Frederick S, llllck, Vlcaf
wivuiw org'Tii'v 11 .rn.
jewrm wenare Hoard Hid .;. ;m-a La
Buca Oos.l Balboa. C.Z. Rfbbi Nathan
wtuun uiractor. : 1
Bervis Friday. 7 JO pm Saturaay
t Jt ore .V ,j .;. ...
loee ai-a luungs ot Jewish arvtc
ui.,-r hw ana auuonst.
Conuatwnoo Kol Shearith larsu a..
alaa Cuba and 34th Street. Bella Visu
rinama mv senrices go nm
. Christian Science rhtirrhx
First Church of Christ, scientisl, Ancon
- oiw nncon Boulevard
Sunday Services 11 00 s.m. Simri-v
School 8:30 a.m. .
Wednesday 8:U0 o.m.
Reading Room 80S Balboa Rnari
daily except Sundays, and holidays from
:au to u:ju a.m. ana i:su to 5:00 pm
saturaay: smu to 11.311 a.m.
.Evening Hours 8:00 to 8:00 p.m. except
neanesaays ana saturaays.
' FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
AM church services will be held in
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple in Cristobal (next door to the
Margarita Florist). Entrance la on Bal
boa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet
ing 8:00 o'clock.
Sunday School la held at 9.30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 4:00 to 7:1."
You are cordially invited to attend
the services and to use the Reading
Posts and Bases
' PAtlrIC SlDfc
Sunday School ., 9:0c
Morning Worship lo uu
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
Sunday School (Building No.
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday ; Evening Mid-Week
Servlca -. 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 0:00
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10.30
Evening Worship 7 :00
Worship Service. Msdden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Halo .... 8 IS
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:00
A LB HOOK AIR fORCk BASE '"'
Sunday School ................. 9:30
Adult Bible CIsss (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 it 10 41
Youth Fellowshio 6:31)
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday school 9:31
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
USth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sundsy
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:00
Dally Mass 0:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8 30
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:3(1 A 7 .H
Sunday 8:00 A 8:25
Daily Masa 8:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 9:00
ConfessionsSaturday .. 6:30 A 8:00
FUHWI-fliUaUMK 1 I fill...-. ....
Dally Mass 0:15
Saturday Masses 9:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:3(1
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 A 7:30
ALBKOUK AIM FORCE BASE
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 8:00
Morning Worship 10
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
KYBB Wednesday Post :hapel 8:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Youth Fellowship, Sundsy ....
Bible Study, Wednesdsy
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Holy Communion First Sunday
Sunday Masa ,.
Sunday Masses 8:30 and
Dally Mass ,.
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Greek Orthodox services sre conduct
ed at the Church of the Anunclation.
Via Bellwio Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P., and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
Melendez; Colon. R.P., on alternate Sun-
call the Office ot the Army .Chaplain
days at 8:30. For further Information,
Weekly Services in all thurchee
Sabbath 'School 9 JO am
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's .Meeting 4:30 pm.
?lble Study and Prayer Service
. Pacific Side Panamg
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28-3-3504
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F. de la Oaaa
No. 17 Chorrlilo 25th No. 27 Pue
blo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Abajo 11th No. 27 Oamboa
Pastor G. D. Williams Tel. 4-50
Pastor A. A. Grlsxle Tel. 8-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side PaaamA
' Pastor Norberto qulros
' Panama, Calls Darltn No. I
'. Pedragal A Nuave Ohiarard.
Pastor G. A. Jef trlee-Tel. 8S-S26L
Colon '"," '' -1
Cristobal Enallth 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanlsh-I6ih A Bolvar Ave.
0844 GavUtn Road TaL 8.1158 m 1-8831
1?" jgf$ ",''v ''- v'" P""""" 1 aaaiii g-.wyawwniiia.ia.
vV-:... jt, r 'X tf
.siL-,7.v U 37:1 IfJ? X-V'
ICE CREAM FOR CHRISTMAS Gifts and presents from
distributed to 130 eager children of the Pueblo Nuevo Youth
tion has been sponsored by the.Rotarians tfor the, past year
The traditional watchnight serv-
..... C 1. 'c
ice will taKe piace at 01. 1 a
Church in La Boca nex,t weanes-
day night, beginning 1U:ju, wim
the-Rev.' John Spear, .priest in
charge, as preacher.
Holy communion will be cele
brated at the end of the service
in observance of the least 01 me
The choral Eucharist at luiau
a.m. tomorrow, nrst ouiiuay
Christmas, will mark the feast of
hnlv innnepnts. .-.
Next Friday morning-u :jo win
be the mid-week ceieorauon at
The Christmas party of the pa
riah nrcanizalions -of St.- Peter'8
Church held in the oansn nan iai
Monday night provided an enioy
able time to hose atvenaing,
spnt were members of the
man's Auxilwryj5rCl)ir Quild, Or
fler of St. tjhieHajVfiitiy
Assienments for a program that
was rendered were drawn and it
rnnsisiprl of ffrftuD singing of
Christmas carols, songs, a dance
and short talks. An exchange of
gifts and serving of a buffet sup
per ended the party.
' UNION CHURCH
Margarita Coco Sole
Margarita Union Church te
Hold .Missions Inttitute
' Sunday evening .during January
will be used for an institute on
Christian missions at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Union Church.
In,, addition t) .the usual youth
activities there will be a study
group on missions. These semin
ars wnicn will De neia at i.ou y.i'-i.
each Sunday evening will be led
by a missionary or an official 01
the various groups supported by
the congregation or the general
council of the Union Churches of
the Canal Zone. Non-members oi
the congregation who may be in interested
terested interested in such an informal group
of sessions are jnvited to attend.
Tomorrow morning following
the mornine worship the congre
gation will hold a brief meeting tor
the purpose 01 electing .onicers ior
1959. Can F. Maedl, chairman ot
the Church Council, will moderate
the meeting, Maedl stated that he
anticipated a brief meeting Inas
much as the nominating commit
tee has a fine slate of officers to
submit to the congregation. Op
portunity will also be given for no
minations from the floor. Those
elected not onljr have the duties
Una Genore Again
Chosen As Prexy
Of Altamira Club
At the last regular meeting for
1958, members of Club Altamira
conducted, nomination and elec election
tion election of officers for the January -June
1958 term at the French So
Mr.s Una Genore of Colon, was
re-elected president with the otner
members of the board being:
George G. Thomas, vice-president
business manager; Victor Carew.
secretary (re-elected); Edmund
Joseph, assistant secretary (re e e-lected);
lected); e-lected); Clement" Jones; treasur treasurer
er treasurer Cleveland Werner, assistant bu business
siness business manager.
Installation of the new board of
officers is planned for the first
meeting in January.
Set For, Tomorrow
Funeral services will be conduct
ed in tha Seventh Day Adventists
Church in Cabo Verde tomorrow
afternoon.: for Jthe'late Hubert C.
uauimore wno aiea at tne sanio
Tomaa Hospital on Christmas day.
Born in Jamaica 72 years ago,
Gallimore wag a retired em
ployee of the Panama Canal Co.
and a former member of the So
journers Society and the order of
Samaritans'. 1 '
The body will b at the church
from 1 o'clock until 2.30 when (he
service will be held. At S n m. the
cortege will leave for the Jardin
do Pas Cemetery for burial.
normal for their office but serve
also on the church council. The
Church Council meets monthly
and transacts the normal business
of the congregation..
The usual services of worship
will be held at 9:30 a.m. in Coco
boio and ,11 ajiu in -Margarita. The
WHYjjpnoiN us j.
pj A LOOK AHEAD
ii pffj fJl As the curtain opens on a )
f s tt OA ll' 111 New Year-we know not what (
I i P it fplk HI ft 5 !t Wi" Mng- Yet we look 'or-
1 1 jk iSgffl S I ward wfth faith because of )
pffifWl. IT j the Great God we worship, t
sfrfc-'i'ts? morl niiilai n.1 . i hn
1 1. s gfro.11
. 8:30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English P:30
Make '59 S. S. time. Get started with your family where
the Word of God is taught. We make no apology for
ur Sitye Centered, ,S. S. you will find a class for each
All of Christendom celebrated our Lord's first coming:.
What is the Biblical teaching on His return? Why must
He come? What will take place'
v 6:00-JET CADET and HIGH SCHOOL
(Grade 4 and up)
7:00r7HY GOD: SHALL BRING THEE"
Vk j' j vi,'.- Mf f ioias
ncaa. uuei. i ana come to hear the Gospel preached.
Special Invitation to new peoole in C Z
WED. 9:30 P.M. WATCHNIGHT SERVICE
"Where Christians of all Churches Join in Worship."
EVANGELICAL MISSIONARY r
NON-DENOMINATIONAL BIBLICAL EVANGELISTIC
The year 1958 casts Its
last flickering shadow
across your path .
As you take inven inventory,
tory, inventory, think a moment:
How much have you
spent for God in
time, talent, and
NGOD WANTS YOU
I isvg ii ipsi 8 si it, if g
THE END OF YOUR SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"RECIPE FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR" I
In Phillipians Paul states that he believes a min
can and should forget the past and launch out afc
a new determination to serve God will you accept
this Bible challenge?
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Our school is for the entire family, thus we have
doubled our crlbroom to make watv for more par parents
ents parents with their children. With 11 departments we're
prepared to serve vou.
, i :3Pr-BATIST TRAINING UNION
Are 'Vou i tra'fried church member, a grdwins: Chris-tr(u-youcsfn
be if the word of God Is anplied in
'spiritual arid practical wav to vour life,
7:30 "XWm IS POWER IN THE BLOOD"
" fter Elton Vickers preachinr
Old and New Testament agree, "without the shed shed-ding
ding shed-ding of blood there is no remission."
NEWr. YEAR'S EVE SERVICE
Fellowship and activity for the entire family.
Nursery Provided Everyone Welcome
the Panama Rotary Club were,
Center this week. The organlzVe
and a half. ."'-
title of the pastors sermon ft 4J
morrow's King'. Assisting the
pastor in the ministry of hospita hospitality
lity hospitality will be Mr. and Mrs. & 'C
McGraw at Coco Solo and Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Gwinn at MargafaV,'
There will be no youth service
in the evening.
The December meeting dt'the
Women's Auxiliary will be h'elffi
Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Those Those-taking
taking Those-taking part are Mrs. Anita 'M-"
Clelland and Mrs. Lenor But'r,
program leaders; Mrs. Nine?:
Wheatley, devotion's; Mrs. MifdfetT
Lingwood.s Mrs." Lottie Witrfftif
Marion Franklin, hosteise.'sl.
fingers" will sinr n w
n m afffl i s
4 :. i
V08T ACROSS FROM 8AL80A I.R.STATK
! William R Baaoy, Paster 1 .-re
Elton F Vicker, Ass't FastotM
RADIO OL'TLET-HOXO, 7S8 KCl
We Preach Chrut Til
Risen Coming AgaM
Msnns In Tha MomtesT?
Dally 3:00 s.m.
HOXO) j 1
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEE ST4
SATURDAY DECEMBER, 17,. 1958
. v. M'- i- v. ey ;Ji t 4 f w t i jr a. "I 'ft, H i It jj is .
6-0 Shutout Over
i By J. J. HARRISON Jr. JijtQ
The champion Carta Vieja YanlillJicdJip
for first place with those tenacious Kings today en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the honor of being the team to chalk up the
only two whitewashing jobs of thi.8ason4 r.'v : v:
Last night the Yanks, behind the classy threer
hit pitching of Jim Umbricht, shut out Marlboro 6-0
in the first game of a doubleheader. But they failed
to gain ground on their chief rivals when the Kings
overcame an early 6-0 deficit to win out 14-8 over
Cerveza Balboa in the afterpiece.
The "campaign's other calci-!
nlning Job was turned in by
:arta Vieja's John Anderson,
jvho blanked Cerveza Balboa 2-0
Dec. 9 after coming to the aid
Df injured Bill Prout in the first
Inning with one out and. run runners
ners runners on first and third.
In picking up his third victo victory
ry victory to make his record even, Um.
bricht became the third Carta
Vieja hurler to go the distance
Only one Cerveza Balboa run runner
ner runner reached third last night. He
was Alonso Brathwaite, who
singled in the first for the only
solid hit off the towering Yan Yankee,
kee, Yankee, moved to 2nd on Manito
Bernard's infield out and ad advanced
vanced advanced to third when umpire
Lew liilzinger motioned out, and
then feafe, after Bobby Prescott
hit a Toller to short.
According to manager Billy
Shanti who protested the call,
Hilzinger in explaining his
"yer-out, ver-safe" decision,
said !he made the first call too
haslflv but corrected himself
in time. Prescott, who would
have been the third out, was
credited with a Mt.
The runners were left strand stranded
ed stranded when Chuck Hardaway rolled
out to third, and no CB runner
got to second after that.
Brathwaite pot the third and
finals fcerveza Balboa hit in the
third a Tej Leaguer to
short right field.'
Umbricht struck out six.r walk walked
ed walked none, retired the last 20 men
in order, and contributed to his
own cause bv doubling home a
run in the sixth.
Chuck Beamon, the Smoker
starter and loser, gave his sec second
ond second straight disappointing per performance
formance performance in dropping his second
decision for an n-2 slate.
He was charged with the three
''St CV runs, while Bob Milo,
who relieved him in the fourth,
permitted three unearned mark markers.
ers. markers. Jose Lisondro worked the last
frame for the losers.
A two-run second inning fea fea-turnfefl
turnfefl fea-turnfefl b. v Whitey Schmidt's dou double
ble double rirtd Dave aJcobV single sent
Umbricht on his way to victo victory.
ry. victory. Beamon was chased in the
fourth on Spider Wllhelm's sin single
gle single a stolen base, Bill Kern's
hit which scored the Spider and
a safety bv Galr Allie, with no
Milo came in to nut out the
fire.. A tainted run in the fifth
made the count 4-0 and it was
6-0 irrthe eighth when two more
unearned tallies crossed the
' The Yankees had a total of
seven hits, only one going for
extra bases. ''
In the nightcap Mamavila
Osorio. who came to the res-
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams CV K M CB W L Pet. GB
Carta Vieja ....x 3 3 3 9 6 .600
Kings 2 x 3 4 9 6 .600
Marlboro 2 2 x 3 7 8 .429 2
Cerveza Balboa 2 1 2 x 5 10 .333 4
Totals ....6 6 8 10 30 30 1ZH
TOMORROW'S GAMES (2)
At Colon: Marlboro (Robinson 2-2) vs. Carta
Vieja (Anderson 2-2)
Came time: 10 a.m.
At Aguadulce: Kings (Luebke 4-1) vs. Cerveza
Balboa (Scantlebury 1-2),
Came time: 2:30 p.nv,
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
At Olympic Stadium:
Fjrst game: Carta Vieja 6, Marlboro 0
Second game: Kings 14, Cerveza Balboa 8
CAP IT OHO
with Clark Gable
Jl with Lai
with Lana Turner
cue of starter Bud Black In
the third, turned a splendid
fireman's job in gaining his
first triumph against two set setbacks.
backs. setbacks. Osorio had one of the Kings
14 hits and drove in. two .runs,
one of the -ft wkeritv oit per perfectly
fectly perfectly executed sacrifice squeeze
Cerveza Balbea had given
starter Georges Maranda a 6-0
lead with one run in the first
and five in the third- but the
Kings, although playing without
the services of their slugging
catcher Les Peden, pushed a
cro'e four tallies in the bottom
of the third to move to two
runs of tying the score.
A sing'e marker in the fourth
for the King's made the count
6-5 and it., was 7 5 in the top of
the fifth when CB plated an
The Kings took the lead for
keens with one run in the bot
tom of the fifth and thre
in the sixth to make the count.
9-7. Five "Inore Ktae runners t
came home fft the "eighth, to
make the contest a 'joke.
Mamavila gave up a bases
empty homer to Dave Roberts in
The Beermen. who had 12
hits used a total of six pitchers
in the following order:
Maranda.vCarls Thorn! in
the thlrMuiston Brown ,-tjn
loser, inline fourth ; Chuclt
Page in the sixth, Justo Hud-
son in the eighth, and Ansel-
mo Correa in the ninth.
not see duty was Pat Scantlg-
bury, although manager Leon
Kellman had him warming upi
at one time.
.Dissension among me uo
players which has been rumored
since thP season started, reared
its up'ly head in the fourth in in-nin
nin in-nin before Thome wps lifted.
The temperamental right righthander
hander righthander hart an argument wHh
catcher Nat Peeples halfway be between
tween between the mound and. the plate
after thev seemed uhare to get
togetheriBrl"tiltclltS."wlth Ynmp Ynmp-sie
sie Ynmp-sie Green at, the nlate.
Soon after that Kellman
made a trip to the hill ani
appeared to bawl out th bow bow-legged
legged bow-legged pitcher; then Charie
left third haw to sold
hurler. and during all tb'" tb'"-Hertor
Hertor tb'"-Hertor Lontx. known to hav
n love for th hot temne red
Thorne, fumed at his short short-s'n
s'n short-s'n position.
The Beermen. who have look
ed bad In most of their frame-
this season, were at their wo?
There' 'something rotf'.? In
Denmark, and the stink's
with Silvia Pinal
- Also: -TWO
: Jim s Job At antic Twilight teggahi. foddaspoptlrmx
Bartirome, lb.. 3i 1 115 0 --v 1 i" I f h ,lK.'' V V?Wt- J ftfcU '
Schmidt, rf .
Kern, cf .
Allie, ss .
Shantz, c .
6 7 27 13
Bernand, ss .
Altman, If .
Gabler, lb .
Cobos. c .
Mitchell, cf .
Beamon, p .
Milo, p . .
Lisondro, p .
30 0. 3 27 15
Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 002 101 0206
Marlboro 000 000 0000
SUMMARY Errors: Harda
way 2. Runs batted in: Schmidt,
'Jacobs, Kern, Umbricht, Barti Bartirome
rome Bartirome 2. Earned runs: Carta Vie.
ia 3. Two base hits: Schmidt
Umbricht. Stolen bases: Wil Wilhelm.
helm. Wilhelm. Sacrifice hits: Umbricht.
Hit batters: Beamon (Shantz)
Struck out: by Milo 1, Lisondro
2. Umbricht 6. Base on balls: Off
Beamon 1, Milo 4. Left on base:
carta Vie la 9. Marlboro 3. Pitch
ers record: Beamon 3 runs, 5
hits in 3 innings (pitched to
three batters in 4th); Milo 3
runs, 2 hits in 5 innings. Win Winning
ning Winning pitcher r Umbricht t3-3).
Losing pitcher: Beamon (0-2).
Umpires: Corrigan, Hilzinger,
Williams. Time of game: 2:09.
' SECOND GAME
. u "i a v m w. m m mm m . m m m m m j i .a j i .
Ab R H Po A
.5 0 0 3 0
.4 3 3 8 1
.5 11 5 0
.4 0 0 2 0
v 4 1, 2 11
. 0 0 0 0 1
.1 0 0 11
. 0 0 0 0 0
. 1 0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0 0
Roberts, lb .
Grenald, If .
(Moore, rf-ss -v,
j Maranda, p .
i Brown, p .
'Page, p . .
40 8 12 24 13
Kellman flied out for Page In
. . 5'
Hunt, If 3
Heron, 3b .... . 5
Gladstone, rf ;.- 5
Alston, c 3
lack. p . . 0
sorio, A., p ... 3
36 14 14 27 11
Score Bv Innings
-er. Balboa 105 010 0018 12
tings , 004 11305X-14 14
SUMMARY Errors: Green,
Mston 2. Heron, Lopez 3, Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. Runs batted in: Lopez 2,
Shetrone. Peeples. Moore, Hen Hen-y
y Hen-y 3, E. Osorio 2. Heron 2. Glad Gladstone
stone Gladstone 2, A. Osorio 2. Austin,
Hunt, Roberts. Marandar Two
base hits: Roberts, Henley, E.
Osorio, Gbdstone. Three base
Mts: Gladstone. Home runs:
"hetrone. Roberts. Earned runs:
Kings 10, Cerveza Balboa 4.
'loubleplavs: Maranda, Tooez,
Roberts: Lopez, Moore, Roberts.
tolen base- Grensld. Roberts.
"hetrone, Alston. Green. Sacri Sacri-"ce
"ce Sacri-"ce hits: A. Osorio. Wild pitch:
Maranda. a. Osorio, Brown,
Hudson. Passed ball: Charles.
struck out by: Black 1, Maran Maranda
da Maranda 2. Thome 1, Brown 1. A. Oso
rio 3. Rase on balls off: Maran Maranda
da Maranda 4. Thorne 1. Brown 5, Page 1.
Hudson 2. A. Osorio 1. Left on
base: Cerveza Balboa 8 Kings
13. Pitchers record: Black 6
runs. 6 hits in 2 23 innings. Ma
randa 4 runs. 4 hits in 2 23 in innings:
nings: innings: Thorne 1 run, 1 hit in
23 innings; Brown 3 runs, 3
hits in 2 23 innings: Page 0
runs, 1 hit In 1 23 innings;
Hudson 5 runs, 5 hits in 13 in inning.
ning. inning. Winning pitcher: A. Oso Osorio
rio Osorio (1-2). Losing pitcher: Brown
(1-4). Umpires: Matheney,
Thornton, Hinds. Attendance:
2,219. Time of game: 3:31.
Launch For Sale
A motorboat recently raf raffled
fled raffled by the Inter-American
Women's Cub tn collect funds
to aid a Chorrlllo orphanage
wa not won, it was announc announced
ed announced odav.
The sleek launch is now for
sale, jnfprested parties may
ronfact HIM Mercer or Vicky
McGrath at 3-6508 or 4-1291.
with Gregory Peck
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the a tee
By VICTOR M. CAREW
Those fans who are in the habit
of reaching to the ball games a a-round
round a-round the fourth inning will have
to get there earlier if they want
to 'gee Marlboro's Charley Beam Beam-on
on Beam-on pitch. The big leaguer, in his
two starts, has not been around
long enough for late comers to
see him in action.
We don't know whether the holi holiday
day holiday season had anything to Ho
with the brand of ball that was
played in both games last night,
but Marlboro didn't look good a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Rummen in the first
half of the twinbill. But if you
think that was bad, you are mis mistaken.
taken. mistaken. In the closing half of the
bargain bill the Brewers manag managed
ed managed to look good in socring six runs
in the first three innings against
the Kings, but right after they
were retired in the top half of the
third with a bulging 6-0 lead, the
Beermen settled down to play
their lousiest game of the season.
Georges Maranda led the par parade
ade parade of Leon Kellman's hurlers in
this sloppy affair. He was follow
ed by Carlos Thorne, Winston
Brown, Chuck Page, Justo Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Anselmo Correa. The a a-bove
bove a-bove mentioned gentlemen Page
and Correa excluded appeared
to be trying to outdo each other
It i hard to bliv that to
many pitchers of th tarn club
could b to wild in th tarn
gamt. Than, to add intuit to in injury,
jury, injury, the wtaktr hitting players
in the Kings' lineup war tha
orus who did tha most damage
against tha Balboa throwers.
Not even when they were losing
five straight did the Brewers look
as sloppy. The few remaining Bal Balboa
boa Balboa supporters seemed discourag discouraged.
ed. discouraged. The club will have to shake
up and do a lot better if they ex
pect to be supported by the pub
lic. This is one season that the
owners, more particularly of the
Brewers, have invested heavily in
an effort to give the 'fans a good
league. Now, the players are ex expected
pected expected to fulfill their part of tke
investment by rendering their
best, at least, most of the time.
So far, the Beermen have been
the biggest disappointment. The
fans have sympathized With them
for what has been considered A
slump as well as some poor luck.
But those reasons can no longer
be accepted by the fans. The team
will have to do better. They will
have to stop beating themselves
The hitters will have to bunch
their hits much more and often,
the pitchers will have to cut down
their high number of free passes,
and the infield will' have to red reduce
uce reduce their number of boots.
These observations ar not
based only on last nighfs dlsnal
performance but on, .the maor.
ty of the other 14 games played.
Of course, we don't agree with
the manner in which last night's
games were scheduled. From last
Tuesday, the Balboa club was re reported
ported reported seeking to have the League
schedule a game for last night,
but it wasn't until Thursday night
that some of tha players of this
club were informed of the game.
Aware of the season that we
are currently enjoying it is our
understanding that no games were
scheduled around the Christmas
holidays in order to allow the play players
ers players to njoy themselves to the full,
est without having to play under
the resulting effects of a good
If some of the clubs, as early
as Tuesday, made inquiries on
the possibility of playing last
night, it is our feeling that a de definite
finite definite decision should have been
made then, not Thursday night.
in mat -way the players would
nave Deen restricted in their cele
brations and the performances
might have been a lot better.
We have not mpntinniwl thi.
a defense for the poor play last
night as there was an even more
influencing factor that we have
harped on a great deal in the
past and which we hope the
league will .do something about.
MacKay Back With
US Davis (up Team
After Upsel Slomach
BRISBANE, Australia, Dec. 27
(UPI) Barry MacKay re rejoined
joined rejoined the United States Davis
Cup team yesterday for its fi final
nal final practice session's leading to
the challenge round matches a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Australia beginning next
The towering Dayton, Ohio
youth was bedded by an upset
stomach earlier this week but
was able to celebrate Christmas
with his teammates Thursday.
"I feel 100 per cent better,"
MacKay said. "Now I only hope
I can be of some help in the
MacKay gained ohe of the
Yanks' two victories in their 3-
2 loss to Australia In last year's
Cup play but was by-passed In
the opening singles matches a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Italy In the lnter-zone
final at Perth last week.
However, after the U.S.
clinched the series by winning
tne iirst tnree matches, the
Ohloan subbed for Ham Rich-
ardson on the final day and
scored an impressive victory
over Nicoia pietrangen.
Now Perry Jones, non-playing
captain oi tne vs. team, is toy
lng with the Idea of using Mac
Kay and Alex Olmedo for, the
singles assignments against the
Aussies and teaming Richardson
ana oimeao in tne aounies.
Jones undoubtedly will base
his selections on the form dis
nlaved bv his men In this week
end's drills, In the Yanks' final
practice session for the Inter
zone final, -Jones matched Ol
medo against MacKay, in a eru
elllng struggle. Olmedo won the
match and the chance to open
against tha Italians.
J By TREVdR SIMONS '
- a, V.i i
' The twenty -second consecu consecutive
tive consecutive Atlantic Twilight Baseball
league will get underway at Mt.
Hope Stadium Monday night,
Jan. 5, with " the J defending
champs, Powells "' scheduled, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Luke Palumbo's Alumni
1 TheneagTi.6. "by fathe Oldest
on the Isthmus,' experienced
some anxious moments in the
early", stages of preparations
wnen it nrst appearea max
there ; would" not be enough
teams td continue 'Into the 22nd
year." Finally '. four franchises
were"purehased and the league
set about the business of getting
started for the 1959 season.
1 PoWells,' the oldest member of
any league5 on jthe Isthmus with
some H year of Atlantic Twi Twi-loop
loop Twi-loop service, was picked to play
In the opener. The Alumni will
be under the direction of Luke
Palumbo,1 retired CHS coach.
The rist6bal High School
varsity under Dave Ingram, are
expected to make a good ac account
count account of themselves mainly be because
cause because of a good pitching staff.
The fourth team, as yet un unnamed
named unnamed and uhsponsored, Is be being
ing being managed by Bill Bell who
Ditched and played the outfield
for the Alumni nine last year. If
Bell is unable to come up with
a sponsor prior to opening day,
his team will pfobably operate
under the name' of the "Bells."
Final "Meeting Monday
The final Atlantic Twilight
meeting will be held at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita service center Monday
night. Dec. 29. All rosters and
franchise fees must be submit submitted
ted submitted to 'the 1 'league 'treasurer at
this meeting aMcTair details, few
of which remain unsettled, must
be ironed out in this final week
before opening date. The meet meeting
ing meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Howell Says Giants
May Play file Open
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK, Dec. 27 lUPD
Coach JtmLrt HjpfelLsaid to today
day today hlfNeYorkf-Qiants might
switch to a wide-open onensive
game for their Sunday clash
with the Baltimore Colts for the
National Football League cham
"The Colts score a lot of
points. We may be forced to do
more massing than usual to try
to keep up, with ttjerrt-" Howell
said as he put his players
through their last extended
If Howell does order his of
f ensive unit to take more chanc
es. the 70.000 spectators at Yan
kee Stadium and hundreds of
thousands. of teleyision (NJj.C.)
viewers across the.,"country (ex
cept in the New York area
where TV will be blacked out)
might see a high-scoring con-
tst because caoch Weeb Ew
bank's Colts averaged almost 32
points a game this year.
But although Howell talked a
bout putting more zing in New
York's low-scoring offense, it
was evident that, defense still
represented his big hope for a
second N.F.L. title in the last
three years. The defensive unit
hauled the Giants to the eastern
division title although the club
averageid ,less than 20 points a
New York's defensive platoon
set up all the scoring plays In
a 13-10 victory over the Cleve
land Browns, forcing a division
playoff with that club. It then
shut out the Browns, the
league's third highest scoring
team mis year., 10-0, to clinch
eastern nonors for the Giants.
Howell's defensive nlatoon
nas given mm one big worry
this week. Roosevelt Grier, 280 280-pound
pound 280-pound left defensive tackle,
came out of last Sunday's game
with the Browns with knee and
arm injuries, Howell said it
would be a "heavy blow if Grier
cannot play Sunday or cannot
go au-out ti he does play.
The Giants edged the Colts
24-21, mldwav in .the regular
season but Baltimore is a, 3M
Doint favorite to win its first
N.FJj, title tomorrow,, because it
has a wellbalanced team that
led the league in scoring and al-H
lowed fewer points 1 than any
club except New York.
The oddsmakers apparently
aren't Impressed by New York's
unprecedented: three .. triumphs
over. Cleveland this season, the
chib's; earlier victory over Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and. the fact, that it swept
its last live starts with a com combination
bination combination composed! mainly of
luCk and sheer gut ;
AC I NO BARRIER.
; LONDON (UPI)Charle8 Bry Bryant
ant Bryant a 7-yer-oW-antique dealer,
competed-in -the- annual Christmas
Day awimming event t Serpen
tine. Lake in Hyde-' Park Thurs-
a ay ir me ootn consecuuve year,
The water -. temperature was a
nippy 40, degrees. fn. ;, : ',:
MIDOET AUTO R AC I
GARDENA, Calif, (UPIWohn.
nle Parsons Tony Bettenhausen
and Ray Crawford are,. listed
among the 15 drivers who have
entered Sunday's 100-lap USAU
national ; championship midget
aut race at Ascot SUdium, ,
B y 1 O S C A RiF R A LYJ
NEW YORK UPI) Australia,!
the amazing, athletic 'Jand "down
unaer,--. proauceajfl jworia s 'out 'out-Standing
Standing 'out-Standing athlete i- iaj 1958 in,
rangy, running -automation namea
There were eve-PODDine ner.
formances in every, field of
sports. Name your fayorite ana
there was a top performer.
aBut EUiott.rthe.Jheaioh diet ad ad-(Jict
(Jict ad-(Jict who trains by running a
mere 20 mllesia. day, 'stood head
and shoulders, ver- the field. t
The 20-year-old; kid ran 10 miles
under 'the 'f our .-minute x ha rrier
Then, at ', Dublin on "Aug. 6. ha
lowered the world mile mark i a
fantasic 3:34.5. ThejCs were efforts
wmcn stoie tne track thunder-of
Rafer Johnson, who set- a new
world record id ; the decathlon
wmcn many, regard as the tough toughest
est toughest individual event of them all
List Top Athletes J
Baseball -,ob Turley; whose
iron man" -.pitchine awenf th
New York Yankees td their 18th
rooiDaii jimmy Brown of the
ttro ueveiana isrowns ana fete
Dawkiiis of. Army,
Golf j- D6w -Tinsferwild'lth-
i i 4 -..
wuiessionai oi tne. var nnrf
Charley Coe, winner of the U.S.
tennis Australia' Ashipv
Boxmg Ancient Archm. Mnnrp
tor his thnflitia comoharof.lmAoir:
oui or xvon vureue.,9-f -, t
ttacing-wune Shoemaker, the
naing cnampion, and Round Ta
ble, the horse of the vpar
JHOCKey MauriPft fTh nt.ti
Basketball Wilt fTh stiit
i,namDeriain of Kansas and
rn . ww.
ueorge tiarmey of the pro De-
Aids Yankee Comeback
Turley. a 20-Bame winner woe
kayoed in the second gme of the
waukee Braves. But he came
bfick out of the doghouse to win
the fifth and seventh games and
helw"s8vej'eS sixth. in,t
mendous Yankee comeback' made
possible by Turley's strong arm.
of a lifetime
A MAJOR MIRTHMAKER A GENERAL JOY THOSE
YWONDERFl)L GUYS WHOON A MEDAL
mmmmmm MasieMaeMMaMpeMW i,.., tw mm -..j
uunn ice Nwnin'Mtnvin iKur,-nmcn Ditua
.Srown'sr 1,527 yards gained
wrote pro football history for on
year, smashing the old mark by'
aaA yaras. uawiuni received th
Heisman Trophy as the : vear-'
Finsterwald beat Sam Snead In
a head v and head final mim-
match to win the POA
pionship, ousting Tommy Bolt
golfs big man-because of Tom Tommy
my Tommy t -spanking ; for unbecomlni
conduct i -.
Australia.-'jwhich Von the first
world;, amateur golf team cham cham-pionship
pionship cham-pionship and cheered native son
Peter .Thomson's British Open tri triumph,
umph, triumph, had more to boast about
as Ashley Cooper -swept the big
three ia tennis by winning the
nuMTHun, wimDieaon and U.S.
uues. 1 . i
'..Moore s triumph -over Durelle.!
in which he cam .off the canvas
four, times to score a knockout in
defense of the light heavyweight
bHt' iuWa '!clssie compared
with the Dempsey-Firpo brawl. It
took the playfr away from Ray
Robinson's win; over Carmen Ba Ba-s9
s9 Ba-s9 to tegaia- the, middleweight
"Willie the Shoe' recaptured
jockey honors with close to 30u
winners while Round Table set a
world record 4 i 'earnings of
$1,336,364. Richard akatiw1-4ntn h.
reuar season. -goal and his
600th counting playoffs. And
Chamberlain was the top college
star while Vardley became the
first -player in pro basketball an annals
nals annals to score over 2,000 points ia
They were the. big ajars-and
nowrtftats aUyeriain. ;
t. owm wayne in in-THE
THE in-THE BARBARIAN AND
I if Virgin Field in fl 1
r "ROCRABILW ;baBX
I I-' V--1
BRODERICK CRAWFORD In
New York ConfidtBtlar,
" '' '.'In
'-( : ;
VrtRDAY? DECEMBER 27, 195V
THE PANAMA AMERICAN w AN INDEPENDENT' DAILT WCWSPAKB
m Emm List h o
7a A tfMnf
S Davis Cup
V V -yf 1 hi we, (
erry Jones Refuses To Name
By RICHARD VQUmAKB
R1SBANB, Australia (UPI)
,L PerrV'JoBei-pu me-
Yesterday but re
to reveal which wavers will
Aiiitfilia'i Ashley Cooper
hr.i Aniferinn in the opening
gtti round singles mawncjj
Jai nnirentlv nat declflea
poa thi IWiejttlMtiro,
efused ; to give any hint wmcn
avert ne jirsBna" ". vrr.
larry opnU Ausiet. ti
Til nnounc my ieimm
L jnn- SnH ." Jones said.
AIX Uimeoo, I reruv.-uj.iwi
vei in Loi Angers; nam wcu wcu-rdson.
rdson. wcu-rdson. of AArlingun, : Vs., and
arry Macnay t;,aty'n',
Ln- Thcv know tht Jack Kram
"waunB out duties ww
r, the professional tennis promut-
xwno is neipimt
pr; AVT.viNs rilPIWThree
W 6lymplanam lead neatly
rteackTstars vlnto the Sugar
owl trac inci ounu.
!Vi-- t..4h rthio j state. run
rant, wiU raitch strides, yith Ed Ed-i.
i. Ed-i. Southern-University trf ,eas,
l,o ,r murinuWcdJ? Jpth
kve run t raein conuwj
Ctter .time than thi bowl record
N7.. .. !;r':2.J--....v
Divii oetterea me worm roi.
the national collegiate track
heet in June by running me ais ais-tnce
tnce ais-tnce in 45.7, one tenth of eec eec-hd
hd eec-hd off the old mark. Southern
Us been ciocKea
I Davis, who nti( a nmw
Ke 400 meter nurme up m i".
fenition as world record !." ,H- .:
fon eight races in H diyi agami' ., VNEW Y0RK'(UPliHere Is the
he world's bestrunners last sum sum-fer!has
fer!has sum-fer!has been dubbed "the world's
best versatile mnner.
I Another Olympic -, star, Bobby
lorrow- from Abilene Christian,
iHU mlkfrJiis first' apprance in
Ihe Sugar Bowl,', Morrow has 'the
C.t 4.UU tmA An winner 4ur
it tne 18J yiympics. ne uea
io meter' mark at, tne Olympics
M 200 meters and anchored ( the
Vetm-tniis' IT R. 400-metar. rela-J
B4lnh Fihlsn of Louliiana Staid
niftnity and Dee Givens Of the
niersity of .Oklahoma r", t-
ssjed to giva,vmnv sis auueai
m petition, 1 f,:
rrow. will have His ighti 'set
l-he Sugar Bowl 100-yard ree
d which Dave Sirae ot --JJukc
!lds ati.8 gecondav'-;4.t,ii'rff j
Sime, who was originauy siaie.'i
appear "in me viracx event,
could not f et in shape for track
Yanis, has advised Jones to use
the same two players in both sin singles
gles singles and doubles.
otmUo1 Showi- Pe-Form
That means on of the three
probably will not play in the chal
lenge round. The fight lor a berth
appears to be between Sichardion
and MacKay. Olmedo has Dlaye 1
the best tennis for Jones since the
team arrived here and again dam
MacKay, who- was bothei
lier this week by an upset stom
ach, practiced shots for 30 min minutes
utes minutes against Dinny Pails, the Aus Australian
tralian Australian who is helping Jones and
Kramer prepare the U. S." team.
Olmedo played a practice set
against Richardson aid- led, J-3,
when Jones halted the singles
workout. Olmedo broke Ham's
service to gain his edge.
Schedule Workouts Today
Olmedo and Richardson then
Jayed MacKay and Earl Buch-
Jholjir of St. Louis in .doubles on
Ja? courts laid out lot single? play.
luacivajr na nionarqson played
weU but Olmedo, dominated the
Jones wfll put his players
through another 90-minute work work-put
put work-put Saturday. If he has, any linger linger-tag
tag linger-tag j' doubts about the makeup of
Ms team, they probably will be
resolved then. That will be the
la,;hard practice before the
Yanks and Aussies clash in V the
challenge round for the 13th
Wchardson is.thfr.key to Jones'
problem,: Ham is his-Country's top.
sharp-;, while "Winning, a singles
match.' against Orlando Sirola and
teaming with Olmedo for a dou doubles
bles doubles victory igainst- Italy in the
tater-ione final last weekend at
Perth.. ': .. ..
Lttneup 04 weenena lootnau games'
r December J7
Gator Bowl at Jacksonville. Fin.
Mississippi (8-2) VI Florida (8-3-1).
(CBS-TV, AIT! time 2 p.m.,
w Blue Gray "game at Montgora-
fcrv. Altt.ii-. YttfR.TV'nM radio.
. aasi-vvesi onnne -game ai Ban
Francisco (NBC-TV -and radw.
' -frangprtat Bowl at Orlando, Fla.
i-East Texas State' (9-1) v$ Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Valley (8-0) c'. ,i.
I. North South Shrine'- game at
Miami, Fla. (Mutual radio net
workr air Urn 3:15 p.m., t.i.t.).
r ':. December-JS-,:- 7.y .;;
; National Football League cham championships
pionships championships at New York New
York. Giants T10-3) vs Baltimore
Colts (9-3). '(NBC-TV and radio,
To Send 30 Qr
CHICAGO, Dec, 7 (CPD
A record entry list will com compete
pete compete In the third .Pan Amer American
ican American Games her ...Ant;. 27
Sept. 7, 1959, it was announc announced
ed announced today after ji survey of the
probable competition from el-
igioie nations. ,
Mexico, Host to the 1655 Pan
American pames, said it would
sena 200 atruetes to compete in
all 2a sports on the program,
ami canaaa : lniormea tne or organizing
ganizing organizing committee It-; would
enter not less than 200.
- Brazil predicted t would, en enter
ter enter 170 athletes with teams in
cycling, fencing, pentathlon.
shooting, water polo, weight-
niung, boxing, equestrian, row rowing,
ing, rowing, yachting, and in both men's
and women's ewimmlng. divine;,
tennis, gymnastics, volleyball,
basketball and track.
Argentina also estimated an
entry of 200 In, basketball, box boxing,
ing, boxing, baseball, fencing, ; socctr,
polo, rowinK. wrestllne. water
polo, and .volleyballk J
Teams from Uruiraay were to
compete In track, boxing, cy cycling,
cling, cycling, fencing, soccer, gymnas gymnastics,
tics, gymnastics, swimminfir. pentathlon, no
lo, rowing.tennis. shooting, vol-:
icypau ana yacnung, ana cru cru-le.wlth
le.wlth cru-le.wlth an entry list .between
25 and 60, wants to eomnete in
track, fcoxing. cycling, fencing,
swimming, eauestrian, tennis,
shooting, pentathlon and rowing.-
Panama, which bad nly;;
two athletes at Mexico City,
plans to send between 30 and
35 to the next to the next
meet, competing in track, bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, boxing, fencing, I
welghtiifting, wrestling and
' '' ' -i
Bolivia honed ta send a full"
team ranging un.ta 80 atbjetes.
Puerto Rico will send 80' and the
Netherlands Antilles 31. Several
other countries have yet to re
port tneir plans.
n i 1 1 ,11,. 1
In Raleigh Monday
RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) AB
eight-team field, headed by na na-tionaUy
tionaUy na-tionaUy first-ranked,, Cincinnatt,
swings into action her Monday
in the 10th annual Dixie basket basketball
ball basketball classic.
And the Bearcats, led by high-
fscoring Oscsr Robertson, have
been estsbusnea as sugntiavor-
ites to become the first "outside"
team to win the three-day holiday
basketball tourney.A .
The dlagsic annual ,,pits. INortlf;
Carolina's "big touf'Hi.c!' State
North Carolina, Duke and Wake
. Forest against four outside
Other visitors this year will be
Yake, Michigan State and Louis
N. C. State has won six' of the
nine previous classics while North
Carolina has won two and Duke
But the unbeaten Bearcats, who
take on Wake. Forest in Monday
afternoon's first game, could cop
this year's event.
The field, however, is one of the
strongest in the history of the e
vent with four of the nation's
top 10 teams included.
Michigan State is rated fourth
with North Carolina fifth and N.C,
State sixth. Cincinnati, North Car-,
olina and Michigan State are all
unbeaten and N.C. State as been
oeaten only oy Kansas state.
The second game Monday after
noon matches N.C. games .send
Duke against Michigan Stage and
Horn Carolina against xaie.
Bill Russell Sparks
Celtics To Viclory
. Bill Russell buttoned up a green green-ehecked
ehecked green-ehecked vest after a college game
at Madison Square Garden several
years ago' and said he hoped to
become the world s finest basket basketball
ball basketball player.-!
An all-time National Basketball
Association t h-r 0 n g v of 18,388
jammed the Garden Christmas
niBht ana many or inem wouia say
Bill is eetttaf mighty close to his
goal. The former University of
San Francisco star and Bill Shar
man sparked a second nau rauy
that gave the Boston Celtics a 129 129-120
120 129-120 victory over the jt9w York
Knickerbockers. -' if
ItuseU, whose defensive sbility
has revolutionized professional has
ketball tactics, led the Boston at-
tack with 32 points. He also
grabbed 33 rebounds in a brilliant
exhibition of all-around day
In the first fame of the Garden
double-header, Phil Jordan scored
four of Detroit'! five
Ints id ov.
ertime to lead the Pistons- to a
98-97 victory over the Minneapolis
Lakers. At Cincinnati, Clyde Level-
lettei Bob Pettit and Cliff Hagan
led the St. Louis Hawks to a loo-
09 (fAiir Atrevw 4 Visa WavsiIsi Kswfvrssk
The Canal Zone Junior College
baseball team will meet the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Home comers under the lights
on January 2. The homecomers will
be made up of boys come from
stateside colleges for the holidays.
Many of these fellows played iine
baseball for Junior ; College; and
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mm inn 11 jmtn ni TIT'- r"-! T -uaS My&tPfyt n i
NICE WORK The spirit of "Valparaiso, Ind., University
! football cheerleaders was embodied in the form of Karyl
; (Bailey, at the apex, the only boy on the squad. In the V ar.e
. Rale Tremaine. Corinne Grotheer. Eleanor Schmidt, Marty
Burckle, Joyce Rullman, Dee McDemott,. Janet -Schmidt and
I Lynrie itognuaon, woUlJnght tljis?,
SZ, 1 ... imiJi i.i i.i..r. i iL- .Amm0&!M&MAwJ i
College Football's Annual
(Gets Into Full
y IARL WRIGHT
rniiM football's annual post-
km, hniidav comoetition gets
into full swing Saturday1 wim tour
games, three of which will be tel.
vised nationally for armchair
K.tiirHav' features are the Ga
ttr Bowl same at JacksonvillB.
Fla. the Blue Gray jame at
Montiomerv. Ala.: the East-West
Shrine game at San Francisco,
and the North-South, night contest
at Miami, fla. Ail except me mi mi-ami
ami mi-ami game will be carried on na national
tional national TV and radio networks.
Mississippi (8-2) will meet Flor Florida
ida Florida ra-3-n in the Gator. Bowl be
fore about 40.000 and a national
CBS television audience at 2 P-rri
e.s.ti The Blue-Gray game before
a capacity crowd of 25X100 at 2
n m.' e st., and the East-West
clash before a capacity crowd of
60,000 at 4:45 p.m, e.s.t, win oe
NBC TV radio features. The
Miwth '. 'Smith 0am. at Miami.
which figures to'drafw a crowd of
40,000, will be a radio feature. 01
the Mutual Broaacastmg system.
Thus the four games figure to
draw 165,000 fans in addition to
large Ty radio audiences.;
Predict r'h Scares
Mississioni. which depends
mainly on its passing game, ar arrived
rived arrived In Jacksonville Christmas
Day and held a 'light workout.
Florida, which arrived at Ponte
Vedra Beach near Jacksonville
Mondsv. also held a light worn
out. Florida made its reputation
this year on 'defense but most ob observers
servers observers look for a high-scoring,
wide-open Gator Bowl game.
v Coach Johnny VaughtY Missis-
iippi team, led by quarterback
Bobby 1 Franklin, halfbacks, Jm
Woodruff and Kent Loveland and
fullback Charley Flowers, led the
Southeastern conference in rusn rusn-ing
ing rusn-ing yardage this year. Franklin,
equally adept at running or pass
ing scored six touchdowns and
completed 55 or 121 tnrows for iu
He may have some fun Satur
day because pass defense was
Florida's bif weakness this year.,
Florida has a tiny but cspable
easier in Jimmy Dunn, a 142-
i,, :;. I
V West Suffers Slew
The West suffered ; a serious
blow for Its clash with the Fast
in the Shrine Game at San Fran
cisco wnen 11 iosi JMiaay uiai.
Dial, stsr, end from Rice, sprained
an ankle Wednesday and it was
learned Thursday that he definite
ly will not play. Bill Stelger, who
uayea ootn end ana in tne oacx oacx-lield
lield oacx-lield ..for ; Washington State this
year,- may have to play at botn
spots at various times Saturday
because of the loss of Disl.
Lee Grosscup of Utah will start
at quarterback for the West while
Bob Ptacelt of Michigan probably
will' be the starting signal-caller
for the East.",
1st Base-Bowl Game
Balboa High School in years gone
of the Homecomers
include pitchers George Barher
and Sandy Hinkle alumni of BHS
infielders Willy McKeown ,- and
Jimmy McKeown both exJC stars;
Ramon Reyes,, Tim Hots and Ed
quarterback who ranked sixth
among the nation's passers this
year, will lead a favored North
team against the South in the 21st
Blue-Gray game. Jim Wood of
Oklahoma State and Gene O'Pella
of Villanova are expected to be
Longfellow's favorite targets, urn
Austin of Rutgers, the North's key
runner, is hampered by a torn
- Share Quarterback Cherts
Billy Holsclaw of Virginia' Tech,; invited ; to attend' the games
a quarterback who ranked sixth which are regularly scheduled
in the country in total offense this rr 'verv week day afternoon,
year, and halfback Bobby Cravens at the Fastlich League Diamond
of Kentucky appear to be the on Galllard Highway. Interest Interest-South's
South's Interest-South's key offensive performers. e fans are an integral part of
Holsclaw is, expected to throw"1" Kme and the players and
most of his passes to Sonny Ran- managing personnel cordially
die of Virginia and Doug Padgett mvlt the public to attend any
of Duke. r a11 ?' tne games. There is no
Bill Kaliden of Pittsburgh and j charge for admission.
Al Jacks of Penn State will share
the quarterback chores for the
worth in tne saturaay nigni game
at Miami while the South's signal signal-caller
caller signal-caller will be Buddy Humphrey of
Baylor. Buddy led the major col college
lege college passers this season.
The Miami contest will be
-layedi under professional rules-
he teams will use unlimited suo-
s'titutlons. The team that is be
hind also may elect to receive
kickoffs at any time.
SWITCH GAME DATS
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)-The
West Virginia-Western Kentucky
basketball game will be played.
at the State Fairgrounds coliseum
Jan. 23 instead of Jan. 24. Both!
teams agreed to the new date be
cause of a conflict in ticket ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. WANS ARCHIE MOORE
WEST JORDAN, Utah. tUPD-
Fight manager Marv Moore to
Utah for an exhibition bout wiio
his protege, Lamar Clark, who
has scored 29 knockouts, includ
ing six on one card.
INJURY SIDELINES BOXk
PARIS (UPI) Charles Humez,
former European middleweight
champion, will be unable to fight
Italy's. Fernando spaiotta at
Rome Saturday because of a
chest Injury' suffered to a spar sparring
ring sparring session.
HOOP BAND WINS
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (UPI )-
Hoop Band, the favorite of 12,363
fans, scampered to a one-length
Christmas Handicap at Tropical
Park.- Air Pilot was second and
Little Porter, .finished third. .
West Jordan. Utah (UPI)
Fight manager Marv Jenson is
trying to lure light heavyweight
champion Archie Moore to Utah
for an exhibition bout with nls
protege, Lamar Clark, Who has
scored 29 knockouts, including six
Scott former BHS athletes and
Billy Coffee and Bill Hatchet key.
men in JC'a last year team. With
the exception of two members of
this team all have had the honor
of being selected on the Canal Zone
All Zone Baseball team during
their active years on the Isthmus.
Having already played its first
league gam and losing it to BHS
the College teams will now play
its first practice game. Many
changes have been made in the
JC line-up as a result of perform performances
ances performances displayed in their 5-0 loss
to Balboa High.
Burt Mead has been moved to
the catching position releasing
George Trimble for firstbase du duty.
ty. duty. Ray Oakley, All sone third third-baseman
baseman third-baseman last year, has returned
to the hot corner and Don Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, another all zonei1 will oe
operating in center field. Ronnie
Mead. All Zone fireballer last year
will fill the hole r t short-stop when
not performing on the mound.
Norm Pederson will be the on on-lu
lu on-lu infielder retaining the spot he
played in the opener, secondbase.
Bruce Spurlock and Gary Alex Alexander
ander Alexander will help Don Alexander co cover
ver cover the outfield in left field and
right field respectively. The JC.
pitching staff consists of Fred Har Har-ley
ley Har-ley and Raul Swalm curve-ball
specialists and fire-baller Billy
For this, the first playing of the
baseball game between the Ju Ju-n'or
n'or Ju-n'or Cojege and the Homecomers
their will be no admission charge.
The game will get underway at
Has Growing Pains
if 71 ,) i 1
The Fastllch Teenage League
is Just about to bust out at the
seams and when Jan. 3 rolls a a-round
round a-round the diamond will erupt
with ninety players all decked
out in new uniforms for the
opening day ceremonies.
Gov. Potter will throw out the
first ball to get the season start started.
ed. started. The opening game of the '59
season will feature the Ocelots,
last year's champs, who will
take on the runner up team, the
Pumas, for what portends to be
a fast moving game.
Managers of the league have
cut their teams to fifteen play play-erls
erls play-erls and. each day has found the
vsjrlous diamonds and fields
filled with hustling hopefuls
and optimistic managers and
The Quonset Hut; operatlonkl
center of the league, has been
completed through public dona donations
tions donations and the work of interested
personnel. The Hut provides
dressing rooms-for the participating-
teams, storage "space for
equipment for the six Fastlich
League teams and administra administrative
tive administrative offices fof the business of
The Fastlich teenage league
provides organized baseball for
boys from thirteen to fifteen
.years of age and the public is
BALANCING. lACTvtuJ.Psuled, Willie Akers of West Virginia
balances on 1 one hand,, in a Southern Conference game with
The .Citadel k at Mbrgantown. Bob Blackledge, the Cadets
6-8 center, gives Akers a look of curiosity while the Moun Mountaineers'
taineers' Mountaineers' All-America Jerry. West, top center, sinks a goal.'
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Four
newly elec.ed Hou e members
have' no place to hang their hais.
In a drawing for office assign assignment
ment assignment they came in last, and as
of taday thert wasn't enough
apace to go around.
Reps. John Brademas (D-Ind.),
Seymour Halpern (R N.Y.).
Roben W. Kastenmeier (D-Wis.)
and J. Edward, Roush (D-lnd )
w II be cared for eventually, but
probably not before the frantic
cl;max of what may turn out to
.be a hectic game of musical
The game will be played some
members say tough might be a
bette- word in the two House of office
fice office buildings' itflhe first few days
Hundreds of moves are in involved.
volved. involved. Moving men wil outrank
and many outnumber congressmen
-atoaefeated and re ired members
-move out, hpld over members
grab' choice of' spots, and 81 new
members including the fou who
so far don't know which way to
turn take whatever is left.
Moving day in the House Office
building is rugged wilh the start
a everv Cong-es. This time the
"tu-iover was bigger than usual.
A"' 'co"nr!0urKUw" 'i" enmnlica enmnlica-tions
tions enmnlica-tions is the rafct that Houe lead leaders
ers leaders ordered four of the fancie t.
choicest, biggest suites withheld
from the shuffle.
These offices, all being vacated
bv outgoing Republicans, report reportedly
edly reportedly are to be saved for chair chairmen
men chairmen of additional committees
phich so far haven t even Deen
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and their assignment may start
the whole mad game going again.
Choice of office space among
House members is by an elab elaborate
orate elaborate picking order, based mainly
on seniority and including appro appropriate
priate appropriate tie-breaking devices for use
where members of equal rank
fixed an eye on the same space.
Low men in the shuf'le are the
first-timers. This group drew lots
on Dee. 5.
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VATICAN i PITY Pope John.
alii, 10 aauu paxients durjna,, a
Christmas" 'Day yisirto a hospital:
"We have a Bible, let's apply
DENVER Marvin K. Maus, in
Duymg a real are engine for his
"The rgrandchildren always ask asked
ed asked me for a fire-engine."
MOSCOW Soviet Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Andrei Gromyko, in telling
the Supreme Soviet Russia was
ready to sign an agreement wilh
the We t to end nuclear tesis:
"The total number of explosions
for eye' year fcsh'oijld be agreed
on ajid limited lii advance."
CHICAGO The National Safety
Council, on the holiday highway
"Highway deaths are increasing
at an alarming rate."
TOKYO JUfTWThe Communist
radio saia i' that Ben: GHifla,
with Russian help, has built a 10, 10,-00
00 10,-00 kilowatt experimental atomic
reactor and a powerful cyclotron.
A Peiping broadcast said "a
number" of universities in Commu Communist
nist Communist China have built smaller re reactors
actors reactors and particle accelerators
for, use in atomi -,. research.
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Filled By Grandpa
DENVER (UPI)-Grandpa gave
the three young members of the
Maus family ;a, fire ; engine fur
Christmas real one.
"The grandchildren always asK asK-ed
ed asK-ed me forqa fire qengine," said
Marvin K. Maus, representative
for a fire equipment manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing firm. He's grandfather to Don
3; DickJ 5, (arid Debra, 6 who
Thursday ran outsidi their home
and found a real fire eneine
parked in front. !; came complete
with exhaust whistle, siren, red
light and al the other things kids
young and old find irresistible.
"I decided to get them one,"
Sairl the hps JninO -oronHf other "T
just thought theit gramipa ought
to give them a fire engine so I
The engine cost $25,000 when it
was bought by the Boulder, Colo.,
fire department in 1931. It was in
use until recently.
MSus also&gave the hildren
several old fire helmets from the
New York Fire Department, He
said they were more than 60 years
Make Pan-Am Road
Trip In 72 Days
BUENOS AIRES (UPI)- Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Stmpion and Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Rousille, all of
San Francisco, relaxed here yes yesterday
terday yesterday after completing a 10,000 10,000-mile
mile 10,000-mile trip in a specially, equiped
Their trip over the Pan Ameri American
can American Highway toek 72 days and the
Californians said it was spurred
by their desire to see first hand
the customs and way of life of
the peoples of Central and South
Sampson and Rousille, both San
Francihco businessmen in t e
home-financing field., said they
thought the possibilities of foreign
investment here excellent.
Their 1958 truck, which they like
to refer to as their covered wag wagon,
on, wagon, was outfitted with beds, a re re-'rigerator,
'rigerator, re-'rigerator, folding table, chest of
drawers, clothes closet, stove and
PROPOSES ARMS TALK
LONDON (UPI) Communist
North Viet Namese Premier Phan
Van Dong has offered to hold
talks wilh South viet Name.?e
President Ngo Dinh Diem, th
Communist New China n e w s'
agency reported yesterday. The
agency, in a broadcast monitored
here, said the talks would be
aimed at reducing armed forces.
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OR AN, Algeria (UPI) French
naval forces seized 40 tons of dy-.
namite Thursday form the Danish
ship Granitan, which was steam
ing of the North Atlantic coaht
toward Casablanca. The French
naw said t.hp careo was destined
for the Algerian rebel organization
WILMINGTON, N.C. (UPI) All
sheriff's deputies in New Hanover
County had- Christmas Day off
thanks to.vRbb4. gamuel Fried
For the sixth. Christmas in a
row, the rabbi spent the day on
duty at the sherif s office so that
others could have the holiday off.
TOKYO (UPI) Democracy and
communism took beatings in Asia
this year as young nations
searched desperately for govern governments
ments governments that would work.
Demoeracv went by the boaris
in Burma, Thailand and Pakistan
when military strongmen- booted
out the politicians one after an another
other another in a 25-day rash of coups
The general promised to bring
stability to their nations, without
elected officials around to mess
Communism lost ground, too, as
a result of two armed flare-ups
fra1ed!& ? jf fV2ladly
was launched by army : officers
who feared that President Sukar Sukarno's
no's Sukarno's "guided democracy" would
guide the strategic 'archipelago
straight to communism. By the
end of the year the rebellion was
crushed but so wer th Commu Communists,
nists, Communists, i :
The bther the Qejfroy crisis crisis-was
was crisis-was touched off by the Chinese
Communists on Aug. 23 with a
si'dden, brutal artillery barrage,
French Govt. Orders Three-Day Halt
eals iiWolYiitg Foreign Money
PARIS (UPI) The French gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment ordered a three-day halt
in deals involving foreign curren currency
cy currency last night in a move appar apparently
ently apparently confirming that the franc
would be devalued.
The Finance Ministry issued the
order to all French banks as Pre Premier
mier Premier Charles de Gaulle met in an
emergency meeting with his cabi
net to put final touches on plans
for a new "Gaullist" currency.
Despite mounting rumors during
the past week, the government re refused
fused refused to confirm that devaluation
was imminent. The official silence
apparently was designed to stem
possible speculative panic should
the government's financial plans
Sources close to the cabinet
said, however, that deyluation of
the franc probably Would be an announced
nounced announced after the cabinet met
again today. The sources said
devaluation would be dne of a se series
ries series of "spectacular measures af-,
fecting toe finances, economy and
investments inside France."
As an additional step to till
speculation, the Paris Stock Ex.
rhnee remained closed yesterday
by special government decree. The
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MONROE, Wis. (UPI)-A light
plane landed without guidance on
a gravel road near here yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, sparing the life ot its pilot
who had fallen .asleep .at the. con con-tols.
Carl Anderson, 37, escaped with
a broken rib, cuts and bnrises.
Anderson told authorities he
was flying from Pynette to Otta Otta-111.,
111., Otta-111., for a Christmas visit when
he fell asleep. ;
. A. witness said Tie "saw the plane!
circle about 15 minutes before
making the unscheduled and un-
guided landing on the roao. ine
plane was not .badly damaged.
The Boards In Asia
The guns are still firing, but not
so often now. The Reds clearly
have backed off at least for the
Asia's biggest men were around
at the end of 1958 but some
changes were in. the works.
India's gflint? 'Mfni'stW,. Jfehru
threatenetoaftesign, then ngelj
his mind. Red China's MaO Tse Tse-tung
tung Tse-tung did resign from the govern governmenteffective
menteffective governmenteffective next March but
he still held supreme power as
Communist Party boss. Syngman
Rhee (83 years old) and Chiang
continued to run
thinot in Smith Korea, and Na
tionalist .'China rteCtfly';'. bu
both have promised to end their
careers in 1960.
Asia's statesmen covered a lot
of mileage in 1958, on both sides
of the Bamboo Curtain.
North Konea's Kim II Sung vis visited
ited visited his Communist comrades,
Mao and Ho Chi MimV,of North
Viet Nam.- Cambodia's), premier,
Prince Norodon Sihanouk, made a
pilgrimage to Peiping after he
recognized RedChina. But Mao's
most important guest was Nikita
exchange and banks were closed
Thursday for the holiday.
Unofficial predictions on the ex extent
tent extent of devaluation ranged from
12 to about 20 per cent. This
could bring the franc close to 500
to the dollar. The rate has been
420 to the dollar since the last
devaluation in August, 1957.
De Gaulle, who takes over as
president Jan. 8, drove from his
country home 150 miles from Pans
to preside over the cabinet meeting
attended by the country's top eco
nomic and financial experts.
Among those attending was Wil
frid Baumgartner, governor of the
Bank of France,
The expected devaluation was
nart of the government s sweeping
financial program aimed at giving
France a truly sound currency
and stabilizing the country's shaky
Informed sources predicted that
a government on ine program
would include devaluation of the
franc, a series of strong austerity
measures designed to cut down
domestic consumption of Frenc-
produced goods, and a massive
government program aimed
heading off unemployment,
Ave. AS m LOlTRDEfl PHARMACY 182
SERVICE Ave, Tivoll No.' A fAKMACIA
la Oma Ave. No. 41 FOTO
ve. No. 41 FOTO DOMY JuiU Aroaemena Ave. and S3 8t a
Street a F ARMACIA "SAS" VU POBRAA 1U NOTEDADE8
ue Lefevro T
FOR SALEOn7 High-Fi RCAV
3-ipeed 'roord player. Table
model with cabinet and an
Spaniih guitar now. Tel. Balboa
2-3307, homo 0861 -B, Balboa.
FOR SALEj-A D-7 Caterpillar,
. tractor with Ion than a year's
.''Ute. Approximate cost of Mine
now $28,000,00. Presently at
bottom of Chueunaqus river, soma
' 35 miles .North f El Real. Da-
rien. Make your after to Max R..
Stampel fr Sent, Ltd., Balboa
Avenue and 32nd Saroet, phone
FOR SALE: $10.00 preferred
shares Cuantat Comaraialas t
at $9.50 each.. Phone 3-7833.
FOR SAU-Photoejraphie ja ja-mera
mera ja-mera for aerial aurvay modoFT-5
for 9x9 inches negatives, With
mount, view finder, Intervalo Intervalo-metar
metar Intervalo-metar end 10 rolls of film, as
jto; all TJ- Panama !-J93
S during off ico hours. V
FOR SALI-21" table modet
Bendix T.V with rolling stand,
SI 00.00. Call Albroolc 4203.
Khrushchev, boss of the Soviet
Union, who dropped in for a four-
day visit to Peiping at the end of
Japan's Premier Nobusuke Klshi
was Asia's busiest host as lead
ing, politicians repaid him for .his
it .. .i i
iciiue uieuuing swings iitrougn..!
aouineasi Asia in i37. rresments
Carlos Garcia of the Philippines,
Rajendra Prasad of India and Su Sukarno
karno Sukarno of Indonesia came to Tokyo,
as well as Premiers Tengku Ab Abdul
dul Abdul Rahman of Malaya and Sou Sou-vanna
vanna Sou-vanna Phouma of Laos!
7si ,jthe endless wav) 6f
goodwilFtvisits. however, some of
Asia's oldest feuds remained sim
mering in 1958 and a few new
ones were tossed into the fire.
Japan and South Korea strug
gled to establish diolomatic rela
tions, but mutual distrust was a
."Indonesia- and the-PMHp-
pines quarreled bitterly3 during
the Sumatra and Celebes rebel rebel-lions.
lions. rebel-lions. Cambodia was at odds with
Thailand and South Viet Warn over
border problems. India and Paki-
nan growled at one another about
Kashmir and the problem of "the
waters of the-Indus River. ..v
kepitnha trouble wttBust
about ; everybody. Peibine broke
off trade relations with Japan In
April and with Malaya and Singa Singapore
pore Singapore In November, Thailand and
South Viet Nam were worried
about.; Communist Chinese subver subver-sioniuiVand
sioniuiVand subver-sioniuiVand Rnrma xo&w cmwHaul
about border incidents. LI
The cold shoulder was more
fashionable than the hearty hand handshake
shake handshake in Asia's diplomatic deal dealings
ings dealings for 1958, but there were a
few items on the. eredlt side.
Japan moverl closer to mutual
friendship with the Philippines, In-
aonesia ana some of the war-ravaged
nations of Southeast Asia.
The feeling was strong, however,
that Japanese, friendship was wel
come as long as hard cash-went
with it. r
COMMON CARRIER An?
Arab housewife in Jericho, Jor-1
dan, does her level best to keep
up with the Joneses on the way
to the well. She's, forced to use
an old (in can while hef neieb
bor. bears a sleeli pottery fug.
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La CarrasoaUla TARMAC1A LOM.
EST ADOS UN1DOS lit Central Are.
' FOR SALli Late 500 aa1 1.000
meters In the JNiieve Hipedreme
Uraanizafioa, across the Remea
:, Racetrack, All lata with street
twits, sewage, water main and :'
electricity, Call W. MeBarnett.
FOR SALCrl95 AJS C00 ae.
Call Balboa 2474, low mileaae,
pea condition. Call after 4:00.
ROME (UPI) The Italian gov
ernment statistical institute center
sam yesterday Christmas soendma
in Italy wag up 10 per cent this
year over the 1957 figures.
Young Laborer Confesses His Role
In Kidnap, Murder Of Pretty Nurse
VENTURA, Calitr Dec. 27
fUPI) A laborer, yesterday con confessed
fessed confessed to the county, grand jury
that he and another man were hir hired
ed hired by a jealous mother to murder
her pregnant daughter-in-law for
Handsome, shy Luis Moya, 22,
testified before the panel weigh weighing
ing weighing a murder indictment against
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Duncan, 54,
in the "for hire" killing for Olga
Kupcyzk Duncan' 30. His accom accomplice,
plice, accomplice, Augustine Baldonado, 25,
had admitted previously to police
that he and. Moya killed the sev
en month pregnant nurse last
Moya. first admitted his part In
the crime to sheriff's Set. Ray Wig
gins shortly after midnight, but
the confession was kept secret
pending his appearance before the
1 have confessed to God that I
did it. and I have -asked forgive-
..coo, Auvjra wiu iiugsms au,
later, the grand Jury; f
Moyai sawt. he Went othe vtc
tim's Santa Barbara apartment
and told her that her husband, At Attorney
torney Attorney Frank, Duncan 29 was
drunk outside in i a ; car. The pret pretty
ty pretty nurse, wearing only a thin robe.
came to the parked car where
Baldonado was lying in the back
seat, fche leaned over him.
,"I hit BeFrMoya said.
The statement ; cleared ur a
point that had baffled investiga
tors trying to learn how Olga Dun
can nad been lured from tier apart
ment. She then was kidnaped and
driven in the men's rented car to
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THE AMERICAN FAMILY
" BACKBONE OF THE NATION-Chartt show Vital Matistfci
t of the more than 43 million families living within the bounda-f
viet of the United States In 1957. Almoat two-thirds of these ,,);
families lived in urban areas, communities with more than 2,500 ;
population. The largest percentage consisted of two or three
people). Two-fifths of the employed civilian family head, nunv
, baring 18,600,000, were skilled or semiskilled workers. Data
from National Industrial Cosierence Boafd. ;
DRAWER "A", DIAILO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.;
PHONI BALBOA 1709
FOR SALE'S Popeies eockef
Spaniel, "mother ana month tola.
Call Balboa .2405, House No.
2235. Car Street Balboa.
LOST- First baseman alova
Friday, Balboa-Elementary SchooL
Plaasa call 2-4436.
a lonely area In. yentura County
Dy casuas uimj,', o-ea tnj- anu
strangled, uney iett ner .in a m&i m&i-low
low m&i-low grave, possibly-buried alive'.
Maya's confession, wrung from'
him by Higgins after days of in
terrogation, cut short the numbre
of witnesses to appear before thd
panel, They JasJude Mrs. Eliza Eliza-beth
beth Eliza-beth Duncan's son. ''
"In the light of the circum'
stances with Moya and Baldonado
confessions, I plan to shorten the
proceedings, said Hist. Atty
Roy Gustafson. Witnesses who tes
tified included law officers, meo
leal officials and two nurses who
worked with the slain woman and
last saw her alive.
bizarre case was. fixed onvattoM
ney Duncan, who arrived in ven.
tura in asnwer to the grand
jury's suibpena to testify; Th San Santa
ta Santa Barbara lawyer has been locat located
ed located in a Hollywood hideaway by po police
lice police on a tip and, wat served with
the subpena. : S
,He told inewemei
he would: taoT MpI
"I'm not taking side in this
matter,? he said, 'It'a for a Jury
to decide if she's giittty.? t
ALICANTE, Spain CTJPI) Dr.
Francisco1 Mae- Megro, 79, known
widely for fhls .wsearchrtntorthe
causes of leukemia, died yesterday
after a brief illness. He nad been
active in his laboratory here until
last week when he was stricken
with a heart attack.
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Britain Said On Verge Of Giving OK
For Free Convertibility Of Sterling
' LONDON, Dec. 27 (UPI) Britain was reliably reported today to be on the
f erfce of permitting the pound sterling to be converted freely Into foreign exchange
Several other European countries hastened to follow suit
, inriHnH with an exDecte d announcement later today that France
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t I IIO IMUT w . w i
---. . x j o mnti) Dossibilitv. reDlace it with a
would devalue me iran aim, a i --
franc with most of the post-war inflationary zeros lopped off.
The British treasury scheduled a news conference at which it-was expected to
tnri'ounce that the pound would be freely convertible abroad.
a ; Woot fWmanv and Norwav.
Similar announcemenxs were wpcwwu ... ,,;
J 95 9 'Power For Peace Show Scheduled
For Jan. 10 On Both Sides Of-Isthmus
Elements reoresentlne the
most powerful peacetime force
4n nfta Bfates' history will
W X WW -w
Join In staging the 1959 Armed
Forces Day ceieDrauon in me
Activities on both sides of tne
Isthmus will be open for in inspection
spection inspection and presentation of
displays on saiuraay, ju. iu o
the public is given its annual
i Danish government an an-iwunced
iwunced an-iwunced t6day that the Danish
tronftt will be made freely con con-wtible
wtible con-wtible abroad starting Monday.
-.Prof. Kjeld Philip, minister of
tjade, made the announcement
n thi Danish state radio.
" He said the decision was msde
It ai lonc government meeting
yesterday in which the director
m the?natlonal bank and finan financial
cial financial iperts participated.
Z Ftance was expected mean mean-wbile
wbile mean-wbile to announce a 17 per percent
cent percent devaluation of the franc
Stodav as part of Premier
"Charles de Gaulle's dramatic
Vdrram to put the French
ennmv hac kon a solid basis.
The official announcement
aras liKei" to come n, ic
full cabinet meeting starting
ft 4 pjn.
- The meeting was to put the
final touches to the vast finan financial
cial financial reform plan worked out by
tfcvfebinet at a turbulent nine-
fovr meeting which ended at
:" this morning.
Hours before the expected an.
5oimcemert bv finance minister
ntoine, pinay-long time de defender
fender defender tf the franc" the word
d'CU-'ated that devaluation
wt'be 17.3.er cent.
That would nut the official
Ato-fnr tho dollar at 493 m)
last devaluation in August, 1957.
The devaluation was to he
a c c o mpanied by the an-
nouncement of a tough pro pro-pram
pram pro-pram of "austejitv". for
Frenchmen who since the war
have refused to accept strong
disciplinary measures which
hit their pocket and their
day-to-day spending habit?
De Gaulle himself was to take
to the airwaves tomorrow night
to announce his program in a
tears" message to the nation.
According to well-informed fi financial
nancial financial sources two major do domestic
mestic domestic measures were to go
hand-in-hand with the devalua.
tionTTy,H'pt- th iasn btfdeet which
ho nrnmuleated before
Dec. 31, there were to be $476,-
000,000 new taxes, inese
were expected to hit the high
The budget will eliminate
CONFERS WITH MONGOLS
Tnxvn rUPD Communist
Chinese Premier Chou En lai
spent two hours in conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday with a delegation from
"the people-'s r epublldWongo epublldWongo-lia",
lia", epublldWongo-lia", an arltf rtmW3r
sible friction point between Pel-
420 set at the ping and Moscow
$595,000,000 of state subsidies,
a measure expected to lead to
a rise in railroad and Paris
subway fares and other ma major
jor major services subsidized by the
At the same time nlans to re
form the franc drastically by
maklnc inn francs eauivalent to
one franc, with prices and wag
es scaled down appropriately,
yiere understood to have been
shelved for the time being.
A LIVIN' DOLL
RACINE, Wis. (UPI) Warren
nawiH ont iust what he wanted
for Christmas. But he had to take
it back, anyhow.
He jokingly told his wife tie
,.,ntorf a WnnH doll for Christ
mas. She obligingly placed the or order
der order in a request container at a
Christmas Eve, David's package
a want nhhon adorned DOX
rr iiri whn np onenea u. oui
stepped a blonde, 5 feet, 2 inches
tall, measuring 38-24-36.
Mrs. David insisted be exchange
the "doll" for anetbeB'ttem.
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JTlbkuwr i wuimj Lvitno . n.,Hey rumanuc team
has eome over the Hollywood horizon. Thev ar Snxan Knhnar
"'iBiiid Jo,hn Saxon. Their tender romance is a theme in the forth,
coming film, "The Big Fisherman."
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POE TFNNESSEf WILLIAMS
The crude New England ;
shillings, about the size of a J
present-day quarter, were the j
first coins struck by the Eng English
lish English colonists in America.
Minted in 1652, they had the
letter NE on one side and the
value in pence in Roman nu numerals
merals numerals on the other. When
dishonest persons started chip
ping the edges of the coins,
their design was cbangea to in. ,,
clude:a circle of dots near the
border. If dots were cut into,
coins were not accepted.
C Encrclopdia BrHaimiea j
opportunity to see the UJ3. de.
fense team and its weapons.
Again this year the slogan
Pownr for.. Peace" has been
chosen to emphasize the con concept
cept concept that the v free world, to
which the TJJ5. armed forces are
committed, is, the real power lor
AirnrAintt t.n Tiefensn Secre
tary Neil H.'McElroy, the 1959
Armed Forces Day program cans
fnr 4nrraapH Attention to .the
relationshiD between national
strength and the peaceiui aspir.
ations of the U-S. :The observ-e-nn
f rtPsltmeH unecif IcallV. he
said, to give people In the U.S.
and the people Oi inenaiy couu couu-tries
tries couu-tries a better understanding of
nnnii .nutmBnt And team-
work of the various armed forc
u nmlv iri the states but in
more than 70 countries wheje
US. servicemen are siauonea,
crowds of free world citizens
each year witness Armed Forces
Day ceremonies. Tnese usuuy
take place on tne tmra oawir oawir-or,
or, oawir-or, n Knt t.hp Canal Zone
observance is scheduled during
the winter months to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of dry season weather.
Armed Forces Day symbolizes
the unification of the Army, Na-
MANILA (UPD-The Philippines
yesterday proposea tne appumi
n run .Tos Fco. com
mander of the Philippines navy,
th. f.tt hsa1 of the U.S.-
Philippineh Pacific Defense Col College.
lege. College. The college will offer ad ad-vanced
vanced ad-vanced military courses to officers
of member nations oi we wuiu-
east Asia Treaty Organization.
vy, Air Force, ilarlne' Corps' and
reserve components ana aemon.
txntps thpir rlnsn wnrklnu rpl.
tionshlps. i Before 1950, the Ar
my, isavy, Marines ana Air
Force celebrated 1 their, 'days"
sepaartely. In April, 1949, the
Secretary of Defense with the
President's approval announced
tnat tne separate events woum
he c nnsnl1riBtjri intt o slnffln nn.
nual Armed Forces Day.
' The Idea has received wide-
snrearf nnnrnval and nnn citi
zens of various nations around
the world mrelcome the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to inspect facilities of
their "partners for peace." v
In : 1953 approximately 500
open house programs at armed
forces Installations in' the U.S.
and overseas were attended by
more than four million -'- men,
women and children. In 1958 the
number of open house programs
had increased to 2200 with' an
attendance oi almost 10 million
In the Zone, 49,000 persons
turned out last Armed Forces
Day for events at Fort Davis and
Albrook Air Force Base. These,
installations again will be the
sites for the .Tanuarv 10 celebra.
tlon, which Is to feature dis displays,
plays, displays, static exhibits, demon demonstrations,
strations, demonstrations, open house programs
The complete schedule of
events tn which tho mihllp Is
invited free of charge will be
ttiuiuuiiceu snui wy.
Read story Von pdgs 6
ful Oil Workers TMon, was re
t.nirip thm Kiihiect. He
luciaut i "ii. t
a I .......uj tiroitin' until after L0-
WASHINGTON, uec. 4i I 6 TT, niilles. however.
Effective US Ambassador To Mexico
Gets Hard Time From Dulles On Uil
By DREW PEARSON
t i ; tr..MH
in a long time, is leaving ica.
shortly for a three-month
world cruise ahtt may Ht feturn.
If so, his exit will result largely
from the problem which has
plagued U. S.-Mexican relation
for a long time on.
It hat lca BlaauM Tt turn-
hswtr administration, bflinninq
with the early dyi whn Ike ac accepted
cepted accepted heavy prtwrnination
campaign contributions r o m
those twofmbo$ nM onerous
Texas oilmen, Sid Richardson
and Clint Murchisen.
Thp ( inside storv behind Hills
trouble in Mexico began last No
vember when John Foster Dulles
named ton delegate to the
inauguration ceremonv of Presi President
dent President Adolfo Lopei Mateos,
Dulles promptly got touco
with Hill and instructed him to
sound out the President-elect a a-bout
bout a-bout a possible modification of
Mexico's oil oolicy.
Specifically he wanted to see
whether the. new administration.
would consider oivino explora exploration
tion exploration rights, on; favorable terms,.
te American oil cempan'ee. Max-.
lean oil is now nationalized and
the Mexican Government oper
ates Its own oil monopoly
Hill wall flwarp that this issnp
is most touchy with Mexicans and
political dynamite with the power
1:22, 2:52, 4:52
ed Standard Oi' of New Jersey
This probably had notning wnai. wnai.-soever
soever wnai.-soever to do Hh Ws-instructions,
but Dulles told Hill rather curtly,
that he wanted to be fully briefed
on Lopez's attitude before going to
Mexico so h3 could deal with ex ex-tiprtpH
tiprtpH ex-tiprtpH nuestions from the press.
The ambassador auuiuiiy cax-
ti inctruntinns. though
1 1CU UUV n. ,t -
wifnout enthusiasm. Twelve days
before Lopez Mateos' inaugu
ration he had an interview, witn me
President-elect and brought up
Dulles' point. The result was hu
Lopes, 'who underst-naing rn rn-glish
glish rn-glish but does not speak it well,
waited for he Weroreter to Ap Apish
ish Apish translating Hill's .query on
oil, then blandly changed tho
itiarnrani ha ronfided to one
of his close American friends that
he was surprised the American
Ambassador had aporoached him
nn this delicate matter beforhe
had ven taken office.
Hill gave the State Department a
ronnrt nn :th Incident and honed
it wnnlrl pnd there. Instead. he
was Instructed to seek an opportu
nity to nring tne tonic uo again
during th get-together of Lonez
and Sen. Lyndon Johnson in Aca
Hilt tnisd nnce aealn to follow
tv... irrWo h didn't helieve in
Kit I uv -
burins hripf chat with the Fre
sident-elect after the interview
with Johnson was over.
Once more, Hill received
brusheff, though not In a man manner
ner manner mortifying to him personal personally.
ly. personally. Lopel Matee-I simply refus refused
ed refused to discuss the subject that
apparently was uppermost on
John Foster Dulles' mind.
v.-.-A!. ..j-. 'J""-;-liMnnii11aWiamattiff
ft A "T- io 1 A riC TnKn Kitim Clamce. vtnt nrpfrfdput few
j! ranKiin ti. ttooseveu s nrss iwo verms, ta&cn uw. oj ;i. iw
90 birthday at his four-room hoon to Uvalde, Tex, whicW
he left in 1908 for bis first term as representattvt His last J
ambition is to UvetobeSS. Then, he figures heTl have spent j
bb miirh tlnu in Drivate life fl in DUbllC
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THE WHOLE WORLD
The screams you hear will be
"THE REVENGE OF
starring Peter Cushing
Eunice Gayson Francis
Matthews Michael Gwynn
Written by Jimmy Sangster
Produced by Anthony Hinds
Directed by Terence Fisher
A Hammer Film Production
TTnehnt was that thn Secretarv
of State! advised Hill he wauH not
hold a eress conference while he
was in that country.
This offended local newspaper
men whn had rfiiinrprt nn at least
nn interview with the head Of
each of the 52 delegations attend-
They got 51, including one with
Paval T.nhannv phalrman nf the
Supreme Soviet of the USR. who
headed the Russian delegation to
T.nhanv wit an willinc tn rfln-
nerate with the Meviran nrau that
his picture appeared in most of
the canitnl a newananer nn suc
cessive days, as well as in news-
reels shown all over Mexico the
Nn nna hi, not M .M.l'.ll
v.,. ..no j 3v rbiu viimiaiiy
that popular Bob Hill won't be
i i i i
dck i ms post atter tne extend extended
ed extended vacation which has been due
mm iot over mree years.
mexicans are noptng he will re return.
turn. return. And when mofe of his dif-
finnlia IabI. j..i -mil
there is sure to be a storm from
both Republicans and Democrats
ueuiauuiHK mat ne ne retained.
Th ktmy JSm Kntw
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hours ending 8 a. m. today is
niAnoarl h tlie Mefenrnlnirira.1
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(max. mph) K-15
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