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VTLAK A- V. vVr" 'A ''V ; 1 s PANAMA,. F WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER tl 1951 v t r t WE 00
Nude-Swimming ; Teenagers
Canal Zon bya while -they were Bwlmminj In the nude, faced
discomfited Tletiin. across the floor of Jlalboa Mactetratee
C0UThedmJn. Jose Andwon, 21. Pwamanian wa. thoughtful
becS he considerately left
''Tha' hnvs who were cugu wiiiu mi- " a
w Stt S WUliSm E. WilUama, IS. and John E, Blertat, 17;
Ing that they had gone la Wll Wll-'liams'
'liams' Wll-'liams' car to a-swimming hole
1 en the Cocoli River on the West
r ''Bank, near the K-9 road. They
left; their clothes hanging- an a
'tree and plunged In, .y
"When they returned; they
' found to thelf dismay 'that
aomebody had stolen their
ahoes, 'socks,' T-shirts and some
personal belongings including a
watch and some money. Their
pants, however, were still there.
They said they had not kept
their clothe in sight because,
they had gone further down
: stream to see some girls. They
did not tell th court that,
thty.had been s'"",.
the Bude, but explained aftef
- the case that forhr sake of
Iropriety they had' stayed be-.
Ind .some locks while they
were talking to the girls,, who.1
i it appears, wera elad In batb-
p.alboa. Police Station to report
the theft wearing only tttetf
pant. Detectives attested An Anderson
derson Anderson the- following day ?
(Svcii Jo Arrive
On 2-Vock Visit
WASHlNtiTON (UPI) Soviet
Deputy Premie- Anasias
will arrive in Washington the first
week to January and will stay in
this country for about two weeks,
Kussisn Ambassador MikhaU A.
' Jlenshikov said yesterday: -The
envoy also.said he expected
Mokoyan' to confer with some IJ.h.
ifficUlsf But- he said no appoint.,
menls hive been sought as yet with
" President Eisenhower-or Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles.
Mikoyan will visit areas outside
-ef Washington, .according t Men-
ahikov, but probably wdl not e
able to -go as far as the West
Coast because of the limited time
he will be here. ,
J Jlenshikov discussed Mikoyan's
'forthcoming visit, announced about
' two weeks ago, with. Deputy Under Under--
- Under-- secretary of, state Robert Mur.
. phy. Despite a 55-mimrte talk,
' Murphy said afterward that de details
tails details of Mikoyan's visit had 'not
i He declined to speculate whether
Mikoyan wanted to mscuss me
.Berlin' crisis or trade -matters,
saying "who can answer 1 that
- question" at; this time.
Crcnds :Mcxlcsnr US
Fbbrs 'Pirates' :
MEXICO crrY, Dee: si v(OTp
'Guatemala has threatened to
bomb and sink U.S. or Mexican
' "pirate" fishing boats said to be
trespassing In Guatemalan terri-.
torial waters, the Foreign Minis Ministry
try Ministry announced today.
A communique said any Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan attack on Mexico's unarm unarm-ad
ad unarm-ad fishing fleet "wiU be regarded
"with the seriousness whiqh. it. de demands."
mands." demands." t
, The ministry said the warning
was contained In a note sent by
; Guatemalan President Miguel Ydi Ydi--
- Ydi-- goras Fuentes to th Mexican Em-
Although th announcement said
the threat was leveled at Amen Amen-'
' Amen-' Man mm wall ii Mexican fishini
rraft. it was nrt clear whether
Ydigoras had sent a not te th
.tte Tmhiin In Rimtmala.
, i Controversy ever fishing rights
' la continual in Latin Americas wa
ters,, Guatemala has often com com-plained
plained com-plained of Mexican intruders, -the
iForeign;Ministry said. But never
has been able" to identify tha of offender
fender offender by name or port of regis registry.
try. registry. ' ' r V
.Mexico has seized a -number, uf
; U.S. fishing, boats accused of in-
fringing on territorial; rights, as
have various ether Latin American
nations. ; 'r.
PtnaaH 3M975 Colia
"-rtrenn 7hn hu been, COO.-
virt.A ni four larceny onenses
P fUlUWIBv... ) "
thia year, one of which con'
imt tx Kama iwunmmi nois.
was sent for trial at u. jjiswici
Court at Ancon. He is still on
probation for a previous offense.
Judg3 Ikkes Sure
UIIICIIIUI U JUUv
At Balboa Magistrates Court
today Judge Jonn iteming
told an, American resident of
DiiKna mfv h wh n celebrated
the New year tTlttle early that
he would do him a goon fturn.
T Pha man la HTM Bickett 18
He, 41. He was charged with
being' found ,ta the Canal Zone
toes drunit-t..care,ior ineaare
whose court" record howed' an
intoxication: conviction last new
ion last new
idge to be
Year, asked the judge
lenient, '' -1
"I will "be sald'i the 'Judge.
"Instead ofthe $10 1 fined you
last time,' I will fine you only
$5. 4 S ',
."Furthermore you will go to
jail ior' one day so that you will
be sure to be sober for the start
of the New.year t -.
Rep. F: JaylhjiiT)tf
Of Indiana Due
Hen. -FX JiV Nimts. fR-Tnd.l Is
scheduled to arrive In Cristobal
tomorrow aboard the Panama Lin.
er Cristobal which sailed from
New York Dec. 26. He is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife. They plan to
return on the tame shin iailin
Klmtc .;1;"a inamKar nt thm In.
Hipisrv Pnmmitt .nH th. Tin.
coljii Sesquicentennial Commission.
tie was elected to live 85th wn-
gresg Nov. 6, 1956.
A Panamanian who snatched
a handbag from a Canal zon
maid was tent for trial at UB.
District Court at Ancon today.
when he appeared at Balboa
Magisiraws court cnargea wiw
Ha' was" Wllford Ethelbert
Brathwaite, 2ft and his victim
was Romaeta Harris wno claim claimed
ed claimed that he had grabbed the bag
from her hand as she was walk
lng along Shaler Road, Ancon.,
Ha then, ran 'over; the1 border
into ; Panama where he was
chased and caught by two men
and a- woman and handed over
to the National Guard. He was
then chareed with1 vagrancy and
sentenced to 1 six. months In a
Panamanian Jail.,' y, v
' Brathwaite claimed hi court
today that th theft had been
committed In Panama and h
had teen punished for it there.
He submitted as evidence a
certificate from the warden of
. the Panamanian Jail, saying
1 that he had been sentenced to
six months for vagrancy Hot.;,
kJ4 but ha been released pec; j
.17 because he had a Job in-the
'" Assistant District Attorney J,
Morton t Thomson objected to
the certificate on the grounds
that it was Irrelevant to the
charge of larceny and Judge
w f ir:bEFD;DB3 Hug2im newspaper
'Let th people
M 1 :t,'l.i
AU, during thie,; Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, personnel ot th Unued
States armed services in this a:
Tea have oeen busy preparing for
Armed Torcei. Day, which -will
be celebrated at Jfoct, Davis and
AlbrookAir 'Force Base on Jan.
10. ' J'
v AlthOTgh- Armed Forees Day is
not held until May In th -territorial
United t States Canal Zone
forces old their' displays and
demonstrations- earlier to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the dry season weat
fAtboth postsand an .service
DayisJwill o&ea- at S a.nu and ,Al-
brook wul be reaay : wcw
wsitors t-11 a.m. Mu-aiPy
aji. demdnstraUons wfll ,als fibe
vft he agenda 'i r"W-
Far tne nrsr .nmi.w
mus; an ", airlandinf is planned
complete -with cargo drop, para para-troep
troep para-troep resupply mission and a
medical evacuaiton." An outstand-
in fair, show is also acneauiea
with A flight of the jet F-86 fight fight-ers
ers fight-ers performing acrobatic maneu maneuvers.
vers. maneuvers. ", " '"
To bring' about such an under
taking as 4 armed Forces Day
with its dozens of spectacular ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions and its hundreds ,of sta
tic displays requires a great u
of organization and cooprauon be between
tween between the service. Various back backstage,
stage, backstage, problems have been solved
to present a trik ng 'shoviMU
trttins the organizational powers
of aU services and. their ability
to cooperate witn eacn pinei.
- Key men, responsible for the
ofganization of "Armed Forces
rt. hr mr ti Col. "M..F. Mou-
h TisA.' Panama area oroiect
iffipr Ti.-..Col. Wendell P.
Knowles, USA, USARCARIB proj-Miar-'
i t r.nl r Tietances
Ramirez,, VSA,,U5Ai;aib proj proj-ect
ect proj-ect officer (Atlantic); Cmdr. S.
JS. Taylor, "USN, 15th Naval Dis Dis-trict
trict Dis-trict projetc officer; Lt. Col. W.
F .Mosely. USAF, Caribbean Air
fnmni.nrl nrnlert tnfficers Mai.' H.
T. T.aiHamM' .ITSAF. .Alblftok. Air
Force Base-D-'oiecl officer-. and
LL Col. T.M.B. Hicks,.;USA, joint
poubucity projects omcer.
r nY. no n VV i 1 fo
' II! Ill II M l! II If I I iV J II 'I I II Mill I II II II II Ii II
CZ Bagsnatcher Contends
Term Has Expiated Crime
John" I. Demlng did not admit
Brathwaite brouaht on wit
nessa girlto say that she
saw ; mm; commn tne oiiense
over tha i border in Panami.
Judge i Demlng ? told Brath Brathwaite;
waite; Brathwaite; 1You have protested ve-
commuted in Panama ana there
is evidence on either side lust a
litt.U htv vonr mA, Fiirtharmiffa
you admitted that you snatched
the nanabag so I nna proDaoie
cause and vou will eo to U S.
District Court at ; Ancon for
trial." 1 -
Brathwaite is alreadv under
probation from the District
VUU1N .Ul WMi.vwm
l which he wai sentenced to one
var in t.tia nan : Misnenaea ior
five on coneuaon ox gooa oena oena-viour.
viour. oena-viour. i' ",
SowMair fAoj than You Need?
It seems there Is so much money around t he Canal Zone these days that peonl can af af-foad
foad af-foad xe leave it lyinr about and net even both er to claim it.- ' .-v.
. g0 far, nobody has claimed the appreciable sum of money : which, was left, on a : table in
the National City Bank of New York's branch in Haltfoa Jnst before Chrtstsa'sa.:'.!.'',.'' ,,-'
" If it Is not claimed within si months It w 111 become to property of the lucky man who
found it. He laTheophflus H. Saunders a 77 fcr-old' Jamaican and a retire Panama Canal
employe who lives alone with' hU wife at lS-66, West 17th Street. Panama City. .Saunders
handed the money to the' bank management a soon as he found it, and the bank still has
it in Its custody. ,-t", '. .,. v 's'- i, 4VWAH,,'--',V,
The Canal', tone" .Code, states, however, t hat (he finder of lost -money must ill an ef-
ladavit witn tne marisiraies joer, ana 11 n nvnT;p in
beromes hi property.' The Code further states that the finder
know the truth and ths
PC Says Thatcher Highway Drivers
-1- -i ,'aa W --V, 'S ;-'M,i,.,-i, 'V1'" aSSSame -- SM 1
Might Have Rocks
1 Rocks and othei debris falling from equipment used for
earth-moving operations for the west approach of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Bridge, may present traffic hazards durlnt the next few
weeks en Thatcher Highway tn the. vicinity :ef Farfan Hill,
motorists have been warned In an announcement at Balboa
Heights. ; l'
.Motorist nsinr this section -ef the hirhway have been
' cautioned to .drive carefully; heed the construction warning,
signs, and flagmen stationed in the vicinity;'
Earth-moving', operations Jor the west approach of Bal Balnea
nea Balnea Bridre which began this week -entails, the movement of
earth-moving eqipment over and across Thatcher Highway
In the Farfan Hill vicinity, It was announced.
Haukes$l,244,O0Q Low Bid
For Coco Solo
'i -The E. 0.-,Hauke-teastrue
, tleito Co.; ef Colon submitted
fhe Apparent low-bid -of IV
,444,MMe? the eonstrvetion o
a moaern up-io-aie amor?
Senior High School la Ceee
rina Mridlns' characterized
the opening of the bids, which
US Ch!3l Of Staff
Due Here Saturday
Oil. Four-Day Visit
Con Mar D. Taylor. U.S. Arr
my Chief ot Staff, will arrive in
the -Caaal Zone Mturaay
;.; M fmir-dar visit. Canb-
bean Cdmmand headquarters an-
nounnced today. ...
Accompanying Taylor on the
visit, which Is part of an official
ten-day trip to Puerto Rico, Pa
nama. Cinal zone ana Mexico i
conferences with officials and vis-
u. t- U.iliti-v installations. Will
be Mrs: iTaylor and several mem
bers of the Department m me
Army staff. .
' The general and his party w.11
arrive' at Albrook Air Force Base
t 1:45 J(.m. and will be merby
LL, GenI Ridgdly Gaither, -ySA,
commander in chief Caribbean,
and Mr. Gaither and Maj. Gen.
Chariest-Li Dasher, icpmmanding
ppnranof 'U.S. Arms Caribbean,
and MraTDasher. 1 .
Off call events for rayior wm
hotrin t.i a.m. Monday with a
Caribbean Command Jff'nt honor
guard ceremony on the oarade
ground at Quarry Heignw. ii-wps
from the 'Army, Navy and Air
Fwce wiD take part. ; v
Following the ceremony, which
will include a 17-gun salut and
music by th 79th Army Band,
an informal conference" will be
held in Gaither's office.
That same morning. Taylor, ac
companied by Gaither, wll visit
Gov. W. E. Potter and U.S. Am-
vaM .m Panama .Tulian. V.
Harrington. Then, accompanied by
tne Amoassaaor; ine two kbhpi:
1 will nav a courtesy call on
President Ernesto de la Guardia
T at thai Praddpneia.
Tavlor is scheduled to address
the Arm officers of the com
mand Monday afternoon at l p.m.
in the Ft. Amador ineater oe
fore beginning a two-day series
nt matin0 urifh rhlef of U. S.
attaches from Central and South
America who are holding then-
annual conferences in the Canal
zone next weea.
country is Abraham Lincoln,
On Their Head
1 "T a
took plate t" 1 o'clock yester-
ftoorrff "toe f Admirilstration
'Only --two other tontraciora,
Bildonincorporatea, ana istn istn-mlan
mlan istn-mlan Constructors,' Inc., made
offers on th important acnooi
? km 1 n tt 24fl.720. made bv
Blldon, was only $4720 higher
than that submitted by Mr.
Hauke, isthmian Constructors
offered W39,uou, ;
Plans were mad .to have the
contract signed today, at which
time the contractor was to be
given notice to proceed with
the work on the new Junior Junior-Senior
Senior Junior-Senior High School.
- The building should H be
ready for. tdecupancy by the
time the school term ;- begins
next September.' V
At a prebidding conference,
the need- for speed In
modellnf. three large former
Navy buildings Into a modern
school plant; was emphasis emphasised
ed emphasised by Lt. Col.' Robert D.
Brown, Jr., Engineering and
At. that time.' he announced
that Am. 31. 1859. had been set
as the completion oate ior
1aronm and toilet facilities
and for the Installation of all
equipment necessary to permit
tne opening oi ia. a in tne
hnilrtfrnr Rant 1.
"- "O .. -.1... -n.
a secona comuetion .aate 01
January 1960 has been estftb
n thH r.n- hntrtltton of the
echool library, athletic, facilities,
shops, 'cafeterias and, othe? fa
cilities on wmcn worg can j pe
done after school opens, p :
When completed ; the 'new
Junior-Senior High Schoel
will h housed In a large cen central
tral central building with- two wings.
The central lraildinf will be
th heart of the school op operations
erations operations and Its central gath gathering
ering gathering place, j Classrooms and
nthar fanilltiea wfll he locat-
mA 4m 41.. tam avtnra. f
Tha Yiavr huildlno-- will 'he lo
cated a short distance from the
Coco. Solo Elementary school,
on' which work Is now.nearlng
comnletion. 5 "''':
Plans are now being drawn
up on a gymnasium which' -will
be part of. the school ": plant.
Bids 0n this building will be
solicited in the near future.
v BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, JAN. 1
wina. w"n "j
denorit th money te th j
-V .i.-V --O. "-a..
Panama Foreign. Minister Mi-
giel J., Moreno Jr. and Caribbean
ommander in Chief Lt. Gen. Rid Rid-gely
gely Rid-gely T. Gaither exchanged letters
recently .regarding the fruitless
search for a Panamanian Cessana
1H0 which riiflnnpnffil nn Dpt. Jin
on a flight to San .Bias with five
persons auoara. t
In a letter deated Dec. 10, Mo.
reno thanked Gaither, Jn his own
name artd in the name of the Pa
namanian people ior .tne vaiua vaiua-abl
abl vaiua-abl cooperation offered by the
armed forcea of the United States
stationed in th Canal' Zone."
Moreno assured the general tnat
Panamanians appreciated the "ge "ge-na.rnna
na.rnna "ge-na.rnna rnnnaratinn'V whlr.h tha Fo
reign Minister described .as ."hu
manitarian." '--htf.:. -:
;rTBnlvi t'.iV Sfirtrel'ftrUaV'i'
it tfcjffc liart
euoras wer not ccownea witn sue
cesna was not possible to do
more, torelieve the suffering of th
neraons'' affected- br "this terrible
Gaither expressed pleasure over
Moreno's expressions of gratitude
anri ihfnrmarf him that- thav had
been, relayed to the military per
sonnel wno. tooK pari in ine searcn.
Planned In Concert
For Gen. Dasher
t Thee- will be Spanish overtones
to the banc concert to, be given
by the 79th Army Band on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, at the bandstand in front of
the quarters pecupied by Maj.
Gen. Charles. Li. uasner, com commanding
manding commanding gen ral USARCARIB.
Th. xm-.rt will start at 3:30 D.m.
and seats will be provided for the
audience. Admission is .irer.
The concert will start with the
"American Eagle March" by
Boehme follow' by "El P"i-
rio," a paso dome oy Jose raw-
ID. The next item, a mo-"m
merican rhapsody, ''Headlines"
bv Carlton Colby, K" id to re reflect
flect reflect the '.drama of life as seen
from the press rooms of the news
paper world. 1
An old favorite," "Bolero" by
Maurice. Ravel, will be followed
by a light piece, "Sing Hallelu Hallelujah"
jah" Hallelujah" from "Hit the Deck" by
Vincent ; Youmans. Next perform-
will K. 'Mlanna" hv Er-
aui.c tt i wo -as
nesto Lecuona. "Second Suite for
Military Band" by Gustav Hoist,
part four of wmcn wui introduce
Other numbers will be "Chee
rio", by Edwin Frank Goldman,
"March Klaxon" by Henry Fiu Fiu-more,
more, Fiu-more, "Oklahoma" selections by
THrhard Rodeers. "The Mexican
Hat Dance,',' "Cowboy Rhapsody"
by Morton Goum. "cariODean
'Fantasv' by John Morrissey. "Ill
See You Again" from "B 1 1 1 r
Sweet by woei uowara ana uie
Spanish suwr La' Tena" oy r.
Lacome. & '!; .
The program will he concluded
with the official ,West Point
Mass For Late
' President. Ernesto de la
irjuardU,:- Jr.55 and his cabinet
will attend an; open air requiem
mass for the lat president Jo Jose
se Jose A. Remoa Friday morning at
In th Justo .Arosemena Plaza
itimnur TWTana Pftrki : hv
Father Jose Maria Carrizo. ;
..Canal zone'" officials ana
Jiundreds of Panamanians and
relatives ..of President Remon,
who was assassinated- on Jan.
2, 19$5, are expected to th at
tend the mass.
CANADIAN WH ISKV
.11 'Iwijh. I
for the central Cuban city
Informed sources here. said
o cracit government defense lines, after four days of bit- -ter
fighting.;. 1 w
rumors circulated in Havana, but Cuban army :
aid the rebels had barely been able ta penetrate
,...r... avuiM.urvnB reoti anj govern
ment forces, wert engaged in .frequent ond heavy fighrV
ingr with both sides suffering heavy. casualties. V
.Fortigndiplomatic sources in. Havana said they hoi 1
heard rumors of an eitimated 1500?rebel cawal'Mes; r
but they said this referred to fightingUhrcughout Las
Villas province and not in. Santa Clara alone : -
1 Cuban; army authorities said they were not' worwd
by the status of the fighting' there. '
Cuban officials described as
"hlo-hlv avoo-craraf mA r.nnrt.
'broad that -thousands had died
m tne ngnu .ior tne city.
Army oinciais .saja oniy smau
rebel combat nits had been a-
hla to. nanetrata. tharrttw' rta.
fene lines land bhly in the out-
SKirts. .- -.
By this -momlnr neither side
had made any fflal state statement
ment statement coocerne the Santa
C'tra fhtinf in more than
24 'hours. '
The1, rebel radfo 'claimed that
more t thn.- R0O' govrnment
troops had. desfirted t the in in-?ireent
?ireent in-?ireent in the fighting for San Santa
ta Santa nra.
Fut another rebel broadcast
said th tattempt to. capture
Sart ClFTa. a city of 150,000
nd-.a key p"nmnTictidns cen cen-W
W cen-W !- (ity CuW. h4 devel devel-ooed
ooed devel-ooed into a "life or death strug strug-gle."
gle." strug-gle." Authorities -her r irfispniintart
many of the rumors circulating
aooui me iexient or iignimg in
the dty. " ; ..
'They noted that no private
communication channels ex existed
isted existed between Santa Clara and
Havana and that there, was
no read, vail or air traffic.
In another development, the
appeared In the passenger list of
yesterday's ; National Airlines'
flight to New York:;
Batista has freight children,
three trorn his first marriage
and five .from' 111 carnnri Tha
nassenger list Included Roberto
irnncisco ana uanos Manuel
Batista; The, former Is about 12
and the latter about 9 years old.
Alsn In th Hot n,a Uoniul
.... v .. . v ... w mnuuvi
Perez Benltoa, whose nephew Is
mauieu u a oiugmer pi Ba
tista, jie is a prominent entrl
peer v and ; close 1 friend of the
president. v vi
A raid yesterday on the Gua
naharna avrilnlva HiSmn tutth
in sight of Batista's presidential
palace- across Havana harbor,
was carried out at 8:30 a jn. by
several armed men aboard a slx-
WViaalait trnoa- : TViaw- 4nwai4 rvn
of the three soldiers on guard to
ncip incm- loaa uie truca witn
The raiders tied un the third
soldier and ;a 1 civilian -watchman
and then blew up what explo explosives
sives explosives they -wer unable to cart
off A The- blast was heard
throughout ; downtown .Havana
and jolted early risers
y: All' Havana., police reserves
were- alerted, and roadblocks
were established in the.- area
' in an af fort to apprehend the
mI.m whit iannaaMifl llAWaT'
er, Ut have made good tnelfci
It was the- rebels second act
Tfo mt&C Owe
of Santa Ctara raged today
the rebels still yter unable
Home After Brufli
With Cuban Cops'
MIAMI, Dec.' Sl-ruPI)Two
vAc.Uon,ng' LcuisvlUe, Ky.,
.uuiteaciiers who were yanked
from in oitiiii.. ..j i .
nignt by Cuban po'ics arrfyed
here last nlsrht en route home to
rvvm WUUW,,1 ',-'. -h.
Reid. 3g. a nf Scrnt-n
Pa.. nd Larry jr. raaey. 2.
Wch-rs in be WsPfr
Hivn School in r,oniyiia, vn
weijt into' secinslon -on their
arrival here and cnnld not be
reached Immediately. v. j
The mpn wr tnla
arest Sunday ? as their iplane
rilpht from Montego Bayt- Ja-
"iii-. to new urieana 1
were seized and roughed up by
Cuban police, aa they chattel at
the airport about th Cuban
revolution. 1 1 -"..f. m
Cuban police said they Were
arrested hacatiaa f
"drunken, abusive, loud talk
wnicn indicated they might be
atrents of rebel, leader Fidel
Castro, but fellow passengers
denied the men were drunk er
abusive. -,- t
T?flrt' famllw An .Qprantnn mumm
reported so upset by the Cuban
cnarges is teiepnonea tne state
Department In Washington and
was assured the Cubans ', had
lodged no formal complaint a
. 1 1L . ..... .....
doui vne Americans. ,, ,: -.vv,v
'A Wnvona nrtlfra ftwitrMman ''
said, "We do not allow foreign-.
ers to soeak insultingly of our
government on our soil, .any
more1" than Americans permit
foreigners to disnaraaa thelra
of sabotage tn Havana Province
in 12 hours.: Monday nignt wey
blew up a small bridge at Guirt
d v Melana. a ; town .near the v
province's south coast, across
the lAtana irom Havana.
VA rebel transmitter identified
km "'Parfli Panrhiialn'' rennrtal
that a Cuban navy iplane bomb bombed
ed bombed the city of ;Trinidad. nea the
south eoast of Lay Villas Prov-
i.L. LaLIu .K.. wham XahmW
nf"i snuruy tttiier uwu.muuunj.
, The announcer" called on the
iftterriatlonal. Red Cross to pro protest
test protest the -attack en what ,h
claimed ta be an operf town.-
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Identity MthJr write h Bald in atrSerast confidence,
Y- awtpMr "" MvmBwalbillrr.V'.aJiBBBliOFpiBiOBi
prBaA Ik letters freni reader.
Is v. (twtu jf-bt if'
r:rrtaTMvV to work bankers'-hours.lwt tettDTOMW
a fetKpry. It takes extensive iflto4tec
tM.ar6la deposit my pennlesjW: &e
there JirtSorS ut4t seems like thaHM,lfi10rthe
a MnverJiencT oljust a few; IHr not
tB& 'Sdn a snajzy drive-in wlndo butwhen I drive
n m. "closeri,-ren hits me In the face. ,.
' How are ymTsupposed to get to thebank when you work
frf4 a.m. to3:30 b the afternoon? They think they jixed
nt by being open until 5 p.m. on Monoays. ,fl
I a. o sure iuuv w
.!!.. jKf fv.. rr.nipst i-iisiness house around
wuuv uu., v.lc r--.-T ----- , more Often.
icouiosee wnai w -Fb11
LET THE KID BUT IT AT HOME
f I it-'!r. 4. efi niirpA of Mnfornttftion if ilfr'brings
I lut J&at some of us never knew. It wa a surprise tjrtearn from
Wo Bew Or Not To Beer" Mail Box, (Dec. 28 that member
if the armed forces under age 18 can't gi;a glass of beer on
' bjs Army posx or at any unuwij wuj
- f .nlLtiri mn since
r liteiieci, mis guiuuu "wuw 7. 7;;,
lio officers are under 18. And in the nature of thing, it hits
nelly tne privates, me iuwcr gmuca u'uc" ?,u Tr,
t:.i. anf tn rnntrnl moral liv if orbiddlnu this and
t. .m.iSito aiK Viavi Indeed arfttlihe Rtatftof' sending
Bme clean young men into off-post tars and dive r r-4
4 r-4 t Knw aih nnnoh in vears to be admitted or drafted
Into the armed services and sent 3000 miles overseas for duty,
the government had better presume he's enough of a man to
decide whether he should have a glass of beer with his fellow
enlisted men and their guests.
t Permitting beer to be sold in EM clubs was one of the
Smartest move the Army ever made. It saes a Jot of woe ;
9 Believe me it would be a lot better to let these young kids
fiiy a beer in a safe atmosphere than to send.them over the,
Sp where 'they won't know a cleart honestlar from a gyp;
Joint and may get into hot trouble fast.
., Maternal Eye
A "3 Dead, 108 Hurt In RP," read a stark headline above a
ftorj- in The Panama American of Dec. 26. which gave details
Sf Tiolent nappejtogsrflwen Christmas Eve an)f Christinas
m In. could not help but feeling disturbed then that Christ Christ-maa,
maa, Christ-maa, a period which lg traditionally supposed to bring joy to
peopie M over the world, could also be the time for so much
Mental and physical anguish.
T With the New Year holiday coming up, I dread to think
ejf what the- toir of death and injured will be in our little re-miblie-
over the weekend.
. J LLll M n .4
MayDe ll mosu or us were u pauseHruiniK uciure, oiiu
jrirt? :0ur New Year revelry, a lot of tragedy will be avoided.
It is natural lor ioiks to nave iun wnen iesuve seasons such
Christma and New Year's come around. But is that fun
farth the price of death and injury?
D I should think not.
V How about each of us using a bit of control as we move
about over the coming weekend, with this thought in mind:
"If I'm careful, I may save someone s neck, mayne mine."
f The Chttstmas holiday deaths in the united States' agklri'
orsng to mina tne numoer or drivers wno consider tnemseives
moderate' drinkers and ."careful" drivers under the influence
According to the National Safety' Council, self-styled moder moderate
ate moderate drinkers are one of the biggest menaces to safety orf the
hto-liTOv tfurifitr th hnllrinv Rpasnn
J UniUtis; the genuine, fclown-liji-the-bottle lush who weaves
Consmcuousl throueh traffic and can b avoided, the moderate
drinker' is regarded as a time bomb ho only explodes into
uresoonsiQt'j anving conauct wnen rconirontea witn an emer emergency.
gency. emergency. i
Thls Is the opinion of the experts and although there were
ho fatal accidents on the Canal Zone over the Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, let's all try to keep a cool' and level head for the New
Tear's holidays. ?
'"' .- Moderate Lnsh
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By VICTOR"1 R1 E S-t
Jim Hoffa, bitter and enraged
beliind the scenes of the great
marble Teamsters' castle, haa
been telling Intimate's and his
lawyers,, too,' that he can take on
the entire eovernment single
handedly". He's gqmg'toget hir
be in a piricer.Th?, Justice Dept.
w:ll again try b jafl hitn-prob:
ably on charges 'of violating the
Corrupt Practices Act by, over overspending
spending overspending union funds on politicians.
And civil courts will tell him
tc clean up sections of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters or get out along with his
entire high command. .'
For months now the FBI and
government accountants h a y e
heengornp over his book to learn
where there have been violations.
The Treasury Dept. has been in
0J1 the. probe, Sa.has.jthe Crimi Criminal
nal Criminal Division t)or. Justice,' .whicji
is .seeking" evidence, .pf perjury
before the McClelland Committee.
Other Federals have been "search.
ing into, reports that Hoffa has
spend over SliO.OOQ n. pol'tical
camnaiens in five states.!. .
These are the contributions of
record. There may have been
lots of other politicpl handouts,
Tne Atrorrfey uenerars aides re
port that they will present what
they have to a Grand Jury some
time in January.
But this will be a lone bout.
Jimmie H. will be able to work
out in some preliminaries long
before he steps into another hat-
tie with "Justice." His first fight
cornea up at 10. a.m. on Jan. J
in Judge F. Dickinson Lett;
That morning the monitors
through their chairman, Martin O
Donoghue, wilJ present ? 20-pae
document to the bench. This will
be a def nitive work on Jim Ho.
fa's definace of all comers, all
probes.; all: orderl: It 'will be "the
findings of faet"6fd?red by the
court wheng .Judge Letts ruled
that the monitors have the power
to tell Hoffa where to dwfect.
Judge Letts told Mr. O'Dnnog
hue to get the facts some 50 or
60 of them and bring them in.
They'd have come along earlier.
"but Hoffa's dashing lawyer, Ed
Bennett Williams, has shooed a
disc and pairjfuUy asked for de delay
lay delay until ext month.
On the rnonr'ng of the fifth,
the Judee will instruct Hoffa to
take action on all the "findings
of facts" of defiance. If Hoffa
disobeys, the monitors will peti peti-1o
1o peti-1o -the r court' "for His removal;
The Judge has indicated this
AloM with Hoffa w:U so his
high command, the Teamsters ex
ecutive council. At the moment,
insiders believe that Judge Letts
will appoint a new executive
board. The new board mav not
be any hetter than the old board.
So they'll be removed. But that
won't interfere with the final ob
jectives of the court and the
Judge's monitors. All they want
They need enough davs to get
a fool-proof aud'ting systpm. with
an automatic machine damn on
each dollar, set up in each local.
Then they need time to revamp
tne Dy-iaws to assure democratic
election procedures in each of
the Teamsters' 900 units.
Once the monitors eet the Hon
est Ballot ASsn. count votes
and once-the eligibility lists are
protected and once the rank-and-file
is assured that they can run
for off ce without being hounded
or hurt, the monitors believe that
a strong opposition to Hoffa will
develop. And a successful opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, too, they say.
They point to the unreported
"Great P!oce!f:'ve.Becn rierb.Since.Nov. 4'
Walter Wincheli I nfievjYorl;
THE HEADLlNm;; :l ,;
When ftew Y6ri asliif 'By, a
newspaper blacabuf several years
ago mis reporter aired an edito editorial
rial editorial on the subject. It is pertinent
now, of course. The following is
an excerpt: "Eight million New
Yorkers discovered the impor importance
tance importance of newspapers by being
without them. It, created ,va-
cuum no outer piwjium ,xvui ,xvui-rtunfpation'
rtunfpation' ,xvui-rtunfpation' can fill Radio, ahfl
TV cannot offer the' extensive
news covereage of daily paper.
The printed story has greater im
pact and maices a more iasuug
impression than the spoken word.
And no magazine or boolr can
sive vou soot news. The absence
of dailies deprived New-Yorkers
of editorial, insight into promem
vejwawonn;e.'expresion ana e
change' of ideas.; It stripped us of
conflicting views; the excitemeni
ait scoop or expose and the-slt-
st action of disagreeing witn your
"The free press is-a public uti
lity as essential as electricity.
And it provides as much ngiii.
The family newspaper is exactly
wnai we pnrase implies a mem member
ber member of the family. When you lose
it,--the loss is often as profound
as the loss of someone you Jove.
defeat of many of Hoffa's candl
dttes In the Dec. 14 elections in
several York Joetis.
' These had been considered
tough.- Hofta. bailiwieks. One o?
has-beeo',fetyears by a John
MacNamaraT- ft was husky John
ny "Mac" who horsted Hoffa to
his shoulders at the last Team
ster convention in Miami Mac
Namara. a friend of Johnny Diot
is now out on bail. He ran fqr
office on Dec. 14. instead of win;
ning overwhelmingly, he ran in'
to a tie vote. There'll be a ruii:
, A 1.1
on. rne oaas are against mm. :
Hoffa's men lost In a beer de'
liverers unit and in the coal and
fuel drivers outfit. The monitors
say this will begin recurring
right across the land as elections
come up each year and men
stand up to be counted in a
the mental stimulation aroused by tiiest corner.-1 only feel secure
Anita Ekberg's she-nanieans are
suu kicking up a ruckus in Home.
Paris and London dailies-. There
was a report that Miss Ekbere
would sue one paper. The fore
going scoop is difficult to believe.
The Curvy One belongs to the 1
love-publicity club! .: .Some; time
JV TWi t.j j... Hi- i
scandal' me?rA repettettlater xii-
quifed:'"Wht about thatfscandal
magazine? Will you sue"
when I'm-piayifi tie part oi an
other person. I even like to be
nfistaken"for 6ther pebple." ,. ;
For many actresses, the' iilu
sions they create are more than
Irony is freauentlv a cruel
joke.. The Debbie -Eddie-Liz storv
is a good case iri ,po.nti Several
montns Beiore' the' headlines e
raptedi Debbie infbtmed an inter
viewer; "'After Mike Todd's death
Elizabeth and Eddie helped each
other a 161; they still do. They
n A ?.. 1 i ;
Hollywood is currently ruled by
golden kings. They include such
star ai WiManV Holdeo; Jaras
StewaW? Gregory, PeckJUonjo
nmiie, v ranx Hinatra-,
6nmt- and tKirtt Uoogias.' Ah
tham eant faJjiUDiftj salaries plij3
a percentage Bf 1 film'' inrofiu
For a single flicker they often
- Between liilVes,. Ricnard 'Berg-
tVtnfl tnhU tmn ahaniMAB r JPntl
get the tover.
The jigsaw of life is full of
Strange and fascnating f r a
itients. For example, Look mag
reports: "Growing up, Jerry Lew
tk Was taeeed with the nirknnmn
tig for Ugly. To make people
laugh, to make them like him a
nttle, the lonely boy climbed
pipes, dangled like a monkey,
affected a high, silly voice, stu
died ways to please kids and
make them giggle."
) Out of the agony of a child
S me the laughter of a clown
d it made Jerry Lewis rich
Yul Brynner recently told a
reporter: "Death is an integral
part of everyday life. You know
When your birth was, but; your
i. V.'. r 1 .'t V- -.;''
f ,;f-t-V.fcv -4i5r -v
KODIAK, Aleutian .'islands'-.
This is wnere tiis warm-.; waier
of the Japan Current -and the icy
waters the Beh .-lflgSea fiaeeu 1
It's where Soviet hips prowl from
recendy developed- Siberian bases
over toward ihe.Alaskan coast and
where -American planes scout the
North Pacific to see vhgt the Rus Russian
sian Russian ships are doing. v-; t.-f.
3 It's also where the -Japanese goC
a foothold on. this chain of island
stepping stones across the Pacific
during World War li and where the
United S.ates is determined no oot
hold" shall be secured in the -future.
To that end 3.000 Americans eoer
ate a U.S. Navy.base at todiak, an
islam, once famous for its giant
bears out now better known lor
Its loudy wearhei,' its hundreds, of
varieties of, beautiful summer flo
wers and tne fact that its almost
as cold in the summer as in the
The Japan Current tolliding with
the Behring,Sea givef the Aleutian
islands an ellect similar to that
of a hot shower on a bathroom
window constant i clouds and
drizzle. ... v
Despite this Mrs. A. W.' McKech-
me. wife of Kociak's efficient na
val commander, claims it's an i-.
deal climat for raising children
and that 75 percent of the married
personnel ask for extended fours
of duty. (r "'
It was both snowing -and drizz
ling as the Harlem Globetrotters
arrived wi h me to- play the Ha-
waiian 50th Staters- and provide
some Christmas-season entertain'
meat for the. Kodiak naval? base.
Abe Saprestein,-' public-spirited
wner of (he- Globetrotters f phad
loaded his torrteamfor-the Chnsti
mas trip tnts year, as; hedid-for
the North African Christmas 'trip
last year, Saperstein keeps-three,
teams of Globetrotters on;!, iae
road, one of them now in Monte
video, another; in 'Hawaii and- the
third with aus-ire Alaska, .iff. v tt
ADe had.- to make. 'an emetsency
trip to Uruguay,4o join; his team
on the South ai.erican tour, but
Dave, zikoff, famed, fhuadeipnia
sports announcer, took his place
along with assistant manager Par Par-nell,
nell, Par-nell, Woods. We did not invite Gov Governor
ernor Governor Faubus of, Arkansas: to je je-feree
feree je-feree the games., Eugene Moyers,
of San ; Fcancisco, o-Qciated. .in .instead...,
stead..., .instead..., -,ti hsa ,w :
The two basketball teams finish
ed playing at 11 p.m. in Baltimore
on a Friday, boarded an Air Force
plane at midnight, flew the long
trip to AUskaarrivef on Sunday
and have bejeh playiri4wd gamei
not from hitting leather but break
ing the sound ba-Tier.
U'op bull-wiifp' c acicer 'of the
USA is Boyd Cariell,-formerly jf
uxianoma, wha erack me whip
with a Telocity of 1,409 feet per
tecopd. The sound barrier is' 1,100 -feet
per second- -, i
. tarled learned tosr'the -whip--when
he was herding cattle 1s-a
Py- in Oklahoma, buyS-luj Wrtips
tn Australia, the only -country he
says which rakes -a, good whip.
With the crack of Ms whip be puts
out a lighted cigaieUe held in his -'
Asked if she waant nervous. Mrs
Carlell replied in the negative. -J
jaUam,V said her husband.'
"I'm always scared to death that '.
I may crack one inch to the -right. -This
whip is so powerful that it
would almost break her nose if I
wasn't careful." "' .-'Lucky
'Lucky .-'Lucky in7y(iftlI"aonn ever',
get aore at your wife," remarked
Meadp,wK Lemon of the Globetrot-
- Labor working on Alaskan radar -stations
sometimes make up j to
$500 a week. .Billy Graham's de definition
finition definition 0" a man suffering from
claustrophobia: "An Alaskan in
lexas.4 .Alaska is one fifth
the area of the entire United Sta e":
It has 33,000 miles of coast line
and six distinct different weather
belts. Lowe Alaska is-just as
warm as Puget Sound. The valley
around. Ahchorgge is no colder
than Boston in the winter and sei- .v
dom gets tnu.h .above 70 in the
summer,,. Interior Alaska .around
Fairbanks can go down to M de-''
grees below zero and '.up to J001
degrees ix the jyimmer. 4 .Troooi
in. Anchorage wear.: medium-,
weight uniforms both summer andf -winter.
.But troops, around Fair'
hanks .bundle up in furs, in the
wintetjight uniforms in the aeim''
ing summer. .The. wind Jn' nonlu,
west -Alaska oroetlmej gts up o t
180 mph. One mile an Jiour of wind
will iower. the temperature one dt,
success means in MovieVille has
oeen realistically described by
Krk Douglas: "The sad part--the
frightening part is that when
a lot of us in movies reach the
top, and we have contracts and
agents and business managers and
publicity workers and such trap
pings of success as a little place
m Palm Springs and a heated
swimming pool with underwater
lighting, we're scared to death.
We're afraid that the whole glit glittering
tering glittering blob of quicksilver will. slip
through our fingers." ,
The, penalty for success if the
fear of failure.
George Abbot is on nf 'ths
theatre's wizards. His ereit
Wramatic triumph, however, con-
;death is not predicted: WhalfslSted of flaying Cupid.. Abbott in
1 f ....
WANTEI The reward way be fabulous for this unidentified
beautr'who'a being aought by a New York modeling agency.
"Miss X" Bent this striking close-up to the Conover TV Agency
- but forgot to include name or address.
Read Our Classifieds
2:00 4:10 6:20 8:30
There s no taqie l.ke JJA JmmtJ,
Mardi Gras time tf CrlVa
in New Orleans! V.Xi'.
maxes you think it will be ten
years from now? What make
you think it won't be tonight?
ut if I knew I was going to .die
tonight, with what care I wnulil
live this day! How much 'more
Clearly I'd hear vthe songs sung
arouna me. now mucn deemr
Would I look into the faces nf mv
i 1 1 r j
;; One week after Brynner's com
ment about the vagaries of life
ana aeatn appeared in the Sa-
tevepost Tyrone Power suddenly
passea ana Brynner took over
Power's role in a movie.
,; Art, that gay ragamuffin, is
never confined to rules. Creative
artistry might be the consecruence
of years of training or it bursts
suddenly and exolodes all the
boundaries of logic. .Harry Be Be-lafonte
lafonte Be-lafonte is among the world's
most successful singers. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, he has had no formal musi musical
cal musical background, no singing les lessons
sons lessons and he doesn't read a note
The life and loves of Kim Nn.
vak represent a continuing story
in dailies and periodicals. She
has played Juliet for numerous
itomeos. .However, Kim excited
male pitapats long before she be became
came became a star. In a burst nf run.
'dor. Miss Novak recently recalled
n?r grandmother's admonition
when she was a teenage bov-bit-
r, "My grandmother," said Miss
novax, -used to worry that I
was overdoing it. 'There are on
ly, so many Doys,' ane'd say o
me. 'Don't use them up too fast,
4 The foregoing brings to mind
John Barryomore's classic: "So
many girls, so little time!"
; Actresses are like other people
-only different. Ingrid Bergman.
who is giving another- superior
oerformance in "The-Inn of
Mxth Happiness," is characters
tic of her sisters-in-greasepaint
Many are basically shy and uM
11 ze their roles as a mask which
enables them to express them
selves. Miss Bergman has declar declared:
ed: declared: "I have always been timid
Even today, when I go into ;
restaurant, my greatest tormen'
PETROPOLIS, Brazil, Dec. 31 31-(UPI)
(UPI) 31-(UPI) President-juscelino Ku
bitschek has expressed ,M "deep
hope" that the na'ions of the, K
e-n Hemisphere will act in 1959
to end tha economic backwardness
n.kisJU 1,a cttvfl l4mlr Ttin 1mA.
a day since to give the Troops upJri(the wea'keat link in the westA
troduced Desi and Lucy to each
other. After meeting the doll with
flaming tresses and hue hiu
jeyes,-JDesi told -Abbott: "Wow!
" nunx ot woman" nf
recently recalled the meeting and
his reaction to Lucy's visual
charm. He then sm lerl anri arirt.
Among the more cheerful news
ems .is tne umnrt that r.l
tan,dbuIf Planning anotBer
book.. The secret of Sandburg's
oi jr SULCCBSr JtUS W11B nSS
explained it: "He writ..
writes, rewrites and rewrites. He
is the scourge of publ'shers with
ma prooi cnanges. I've kno vn
him to keep a poem on his desk
for twenty years."
We live many lives and within
one person there are strangers:
The child and the adult. This in intriguing
triguing intriguing fact of life is exempli exemplified
fied exemplified by Shirley Temple's reaction
to her, baby -doll vintage flickers
currently popular on TV. The 29
year-old mother of 3 observed1
l aon t feel too closely associat associated
ed associated w.th the IitMe blonde girl, it's
like looking at somebody else,
yet I have a feeling that 1 know
'Colyumiss Marie Torre's con convictionfor
victionfor convictionfor refusing to reveal a
news source is an ohviom
atriction of the free press. Ironie-
ny, some Century Amert
cans sua havent learned what
was clear to an 18th Century A-
mer.can named Tom Jefferson
wno wrote wis basic truth; "Our
liberty depends upon the freedom
m me press and mat cannot be
limjted without being lost."
TOj STUDY INSEMINATION ;
"it! I ''''.'4 tifctkf.i g
, WNDON' (UPI) The British
Medical Assn. yesterday asked tSO,
M physicians for; coniidsnlial re
portion the case histories of test
tine bablea and thfeif parents, The
BMA Science Committee laid .t
VouKj ;i e the- data, gleaned from
the reports as evidence before
;overnment irtouiry in o ar Kicial
, nsemination. Th. inquiry will ex
tennis champion of Japan. They
woweo Gi audiences.
Ray Wilbtrt, the hula hoop ma
gician who was also, gsod enough
to take this long trip, first broke
into vaudeville with Walter Win-
"Walter was a likable youngster
who did a song-and-dance act,"
recalls Rsy. "8"d' I'seH to wrie
a little, gossip column about thos
of us who trave'ed wilh him. He'd
tack it up on .the bulletin board
oarTTiage. j y .,
"Walter's gonj a long way from
those Ha vs, but hi never force's
his eld friends. '.Wheneye- I play
at K.d" uty ne comes round to
Wilbert underwent a ca'aract
ooeration on .bii.eyes now has a-
bout the most expert jeyes seen
the Arctic. He can 'hrow a hnor
50 feet and make it land upright
on a siacx cora, i $
BULL WHIP CRACKER
D-. Face- M TreM of the TT.S
Naval Re earch Laboratory has
mane a a oft" or ;riv b
studying motion' pictures of biitl
w is "etng h s fwmi,
that the cfacking Boise comes month'y allowance of $2.36.
'Answer1 to Previous Puzzle
Kubj.tschek, interviewed St ms-i
home : in this -resort capital,, suggested-
that the -.21 nations- migiit migiit-consider
consider migiit-consider the conclusion of an- eco -.t
nomk treaty to complement the t
defensive military pact, negotiated
here 11 years ago. s
! He eairis the Inter American .com
roitlee of 21 might draft such a
treaty o be signed- by the Ch.efs
of State of the Hemisphere- oe--
haps at a ceremony coinciding wits
scheduled in Ecuador1 in 1960.
- Kubifschek said the proposed, e- A
conomic treaty, might be used as
a means of carrying out the Oper
ation Pan-America which he pro proposed
posed proposed earlier (his year as a means
of cemen ing Inter-American rela-1
The Brs'l'?n chief is comba'ing
backwardness in his own countr. countr.-with
with countr.-with rfiv '? i pwam devoted
to expan ion of. ; steel capacity, ;
tMnjwr,"' sn-1 "wer prnieefs
and improvement of the national
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WU memh" of 'th ety "5n
ioy Saving Union of, Women of'
KOfOif'' demarrfed today thit
the'r husbands-give them summer
and vear .mH bon"rv lus a
lQed of the
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of the god.
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1 Indian weight vignam
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tissue f of the gods f-,- t Italy
18 Worldly 10 Insects 2R Bristles
sn r.nt nn 11 Destroy 27Vhiteness
21 Office-holders vl7 Of fast day ...;;Htwng
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27 Thoroughfares 1 name 11'weaa.biid,
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Ikes Adviser Urges Expansion
Of United States Science Training
CLOSED" FOR INVENTORY
Friday the : 2ncl and Saturday, the 3rd
' 1 ."
SESSION w Russell X Wist. ifrfety eneln eer of the Panama Canal Company, was guest weaker at the
Monthly safety training period held for employee of the US. Army Signal1 Section' supply and maintenance division Madden
Wye.,. Wise discussed office and warehouse saiety (UJS. Army-rnotoj y- 1 '' i
B' USiSupreme In
WASHIfraTON De." (UPI)
solicitor General x. Lee Ran-
. kin,' Teoorted- today-that an
' unnniai number of cases r of
eat significance to-the na-
Clon' were? argued' before the
its -ftiinrem Court in 1958. '.
, 'in a substantial number of
the 84 eases Inyolving tne ieo
-eraV government 'heard and de de-'
' de-' cided this .year, he 1 said, the
- court accepted govern
Rankin, to; a year-end jreport
. to Attorney uenerai wiumm r-.
Regerssald he picked only .42
government cases in which to
" aeek review by the high court.
Rankin listed high among the
significant cases decided by, the
y Supreme Court this year, poopejr
V. Aaron, .better known as the
Uttle Rock school integration
Consistent with the Govern Government's
ment's Government's view Rankin noted the
court held that "popular oppo oppo-aitlon
aitlon oppo-aitlon and violence resulting
Irom actions ef other stater ol ol--
- ol-- ficials-did not Justify suspehd'-
ing the court-approved plan of
the Little! Rock. school J5ar4 lor
gradual lntertioa." ? He said
the eourt also held' that the
14th Amendment forbids states
to support schools, which are
segregated on racial grounds.
Rankin also, listed govern
ment setbbacks before the su
preme- Court. In the ease of
TtodV. Dulles, the -court ruled
the Secretary of State had no
authority to conoition issuance
of passports on whether appli applicants
cants applicants furnished nonGommunist
affidavits, r to deny passports
upon a finding 'that the appn appn-catn
catn appn-catn was going abroad for the
ouroose of eneaKlng In activi
ties which would further the
communist cause.'' v
' The Justice Department Moh'
dav reported ia' substantial .in
crease In 195 in the number
of violations of the nation's
neutrality laws mostly- by
supporters of Fidel Castro's. Cu Cuban
ban Cuban rebels.' :r
' Acting Asst Atty. Gen. J.
-Walter Yeagley, In charue of
the department's Internal Se Security
curity Security Division, disclosed that
more 'than '145 persons were
convicted this year of various
HqUse Group Could Split
6ri Goldfine Case ; Kepbr
hi j turn A'xtl JZ:,!:A
WASHINOTON (TTPI) T k e
louse influence levestigstint sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee headed- toward a pos-enbly-
angry split yesterday over
whether its final report should -m
elude comment about the Adams,
.v Goldfine aia v
"i T A 1 fhi eubcommlttee net nte
; consider the matter, some 'mem 'members
bers 'members were reported ready to in
sist that -the report include at
' least a reference to the relation'
:ahip between former presidential
assistant Sherman Adams and -his
' gft-givinf friend, Bernard Cold
" A tentative report, made avail
able to United Press International
! last-week, made no. reference ?te
l: the -case; It will be released- in
' final form 'sometime next month.
The subcommittee planned to
"meet for two days behind .closed
doors to consider the report.' As
tentatively: approved earlier this
month, it ealls fort
A aeries of stiff new laws aimed
ifc at wiping out backstage attempts
. to Influence the six federal regu regu-vv
vv regu-vv latory agencies. The laws provid-
- -. Ing jail sentences and civil sane sane-;;
;; sane-;; tions would be aimed at such ef-
- .fortr by anyone including eon eon-'
' eon-' gressmen and executive depart depart-,nent
,nent depart-,nent officials.
r -A sweeping 'permanent exten exten-'
' exten-' tlon of the influence investigation
by a new subcommittee created
: by the House Commerce -Commit
"tee The present special subcom subcom-.
. subcom-. V. .mittee also a part by- the'eom the'eom-.
. the'eom-. .','' merce committee officially v'goes
- eutof business next monthn."
Also, proposed that the-new subr
, committee s Investigate at"' le? st
-, eight more federal agencies to de determine
termine determine whether they are operat operat-,
, operat-, '!ng as Congress intended ,.that
. they should.
1 The agencies Include the Weath Weather
er Weather Bureau, Bureau of Standards,
1 National Institutes of Health, Na Na-tional
tional Na-tional Science Foundation, Foreign
Claims Settlement Commission,
) i Office of Alien. Property and the
' Railroad Retirement Board.-,
' The stt' regulatory agencler ow
i- under investigation are the Fed;
' eral Communications Commission,
S Federal iTrad"Commissionr Fd Fd-'
' Fd-' 1 eral Power Commissidn, Civil Aer Aeronautics
onautics Aeronautics Board,'. Interstate Com
To Welcome Nevrr
fYear: I h Tonight
! From this evening a large see-
tor of the Isthmian populace will
be guests of the Rio Mar Social
and Sporting Club at the Balnea'
rio Balboa in Juan Diss, for a fare farewell
well farewell to 195ft and the ushering in of
the new yeer.ss V-HVr'--For
the past several months the
group had been preparing for this
dance, which will feature Willie
adequate and popular prioei- wifl
I1 L 1 J :-
merce Commission' uvt Hie Xnenr.
met aa fxcuange Commiasien.
He -aald -most- otthe 'eonTlc-
tions. involved Castro --sympa
thizers attemptinv to v s e n, d
arms, men and equipment' from
the United States to Cuban
rebel atroneholda. t,
Yeatcley; said' most of these
activities were -'centered, in the
Florida area. However. Castro
supporters also were apprehend apprehended
ed apprehended in Texas, California' New
York -and other areas, n r
Yeaelev't teat-enrt renorf 'tei)
Atty oen., wunanic z,P .Roster
also noted a marked Increase nui
CHI's Top Shop'
.One of CFN.radio'seldest pro programs,
grams, programs, -"Pop Shop' at-4 p.m. will
be seen on television. the first
time on Friday hen the program
maker its debu von CFN-T VY
1 iMniftfi frnm- ... mil
around the Canal Zone have been
xiven a apecial invitation oy the
host of the show, Sp.-4 Ike Selig,
to come to the Ci N studios at r on
Clayton and join in the fun.
Viaitine teenafiers will be lives
the opportunity to dance while the
records., -are-- spun, oy cpg.. me
CFJN4eJ ideaX for dancing In ran-
the number ,f prosecutions, a-4 conditioned eomfprtThe program
gainst firms accused of trading
witn Red China, it said the de department
partment department obtained six convic convictions
tions convictions durine the year and seven
other cases were pending.
YenplftV ssld th tiiimher of
Individuals and organlratlons
registered as agents of foreign
countries and principals rose to
a record high of 387 this year
More than 80 new registration
statements were filed durine; the
past 12 months.
xeagiey sam tne division eon.
tinued "its legal attack' against;
the International Communist
movement" by obtaining convic convictions
tions convictions under the membership
clause of the Smith Act against
Junius Scales, chairman of the
Communist Party -ini the Caro Caro-llnas,
llnas, Caro-llnas, and John C. Hellman,
leader of the party In Montana.
T Jn addition, Yeagley credited
th' division with the conviction
of Soviet spy Rudolph Ivanovteh
Abel for conspiracy v to violate
TJJB. espionage laws. -
is one hour long and will' continue
to be heard on CFN radio while
making its debut oa CFN-Tv.
Musie on the show wiB be more
of the "swing" variety, rather than
rock V roll' according to host ef
the show, because- "I believe that
the rock type of music is on its
way out in favor of a more steady
beat, reminiscent of tne aina ot
music played by Glenn Miller and
Benny Goodmea la the early for
ties," he says.
Teenagers visiting the program
at the Fort Clayton studios of
CFN have been requested to make
their appearance t, there not later,
than J:45 p.m. in order that they
might get a- better look at the stu studio
dio studio area before the show goes oa
4 Selig says ho would Kke- to talk
with, tiiera. in advance, ajso, ,nd
that-urin the., program he will:
be irinf eea-topies, ewssa ewssa-bout
bout ewssa-bout teenage acttviUea in ma Can Canal
al Canal Zona.
WASHINGTON UPiy Presl-1
dent Eisenhower's science adviser
said .yesterday a bold end large-!
scale expansion of U.S. science
triiniocr may be essential for this
eountry's survival in the nuclear nuclear-missile
missile nuclear-missile :age." ; '; --' m
.. Dr. James R KUlkn Jr.r the
President's special assistant for
science and technology, Mid the
United Stater in the -past year
made ""a start on- we great: task
of realizing me full potential of
science" here and throughout -the
Rut he said much remained to
be done to intensify s ctence
schooling, bring a new generation
of scientists into government serv
ic and enhance technological co
operation with U.S. allies;
Juuian voiced his views in an
addresa to e joint meetinc of the
society, of the Sigma XI and the
united chapters of Phi Beta
KaoDa. The meetinc was held in
connection with this year's con
vention f 'tne Ameican Associa Association
tion Association for the Adavncement ef Sci
The Whit House side MS the
groups' he baaed his views on a
study being eomoleted bf the sci
ence and engineering education
panel of the President's Science
Advisory, Committee, which he
neaas. s .-.-,.
"''The panel feels deeply that
some.ee Ibe -major .challenges
which11 face the nation today are
en me MHejiectual Iront," lillian
Of Japan Fire
Navy said yesterday that vs,doo
persons hurned out of their
homes by the fire which leveled
the city ef Koniya oa Amami O O-shima
shima O-shima Sunday have found shelter
in tents, schools and othr m.
. Rear Adm. Xdward ,. Cole Cole-stock,
stock, Cole-stock, commander of the U.S.
Navy Carrier Division 17, who ar arrived
rived arrived in Koniya aboard the car carrier
rier carrier Yorktowo, with tons of relief
supplies, said the city had a 12 12-day
day 12-day food supply and enough medi medical
cal medical supplies for two weeks.
In addition to the food, clothing
and medical supplies rushed to
Koniya by U.S. naval units. -.erew
men of th destroyer U.S.S. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor contributed $182 for the relief
of the homeless, the Nsvv reported.
i- it j r ?
said.- A greater desire- to learn
and aa increased -respect for
learn g,v: for., intellectual excel excellence,
lence, excellence, may i now, in the long-run
be essential to national; survir
val." -.i. vi'ii-v
Yet, U said, f we have not yet
faced up adequately to the fact
that in the immediate years
ahead the rising number of stu students
dents students vrll outrun the; supply of
college teachers." ': rv
"We need to givt more national
attention' to the quality and con content
tent content 'ef courses and curricula in
science both in high schools end
colleges," he said.
Kilhan, former president of the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech Technology,
nology, Technology, said there is a pressing
need not only to provide more
and better teachers and text textbooks
books textbooks but also to modernize
laboratory training which "in too
many places has become routine,
overmechanized and sterile.!
"This fan there was a sianUI-
eant drop in the number of itu-
oents entering engineering
schools," he observed. "This ,is
serious, and it comes at a time
when -we must enroll more able
students in engineering, not few few-kill
kill few-kill la b's speech highlight highlighted
ed highlighted Monday's sessions of the six six-day
day six-day AAAS meeting, which began
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ENGAGEMENT Or MISS MALONE, SGT. MAZEM)LLE
IS ANNOUNCED IN BALBOA BY HER PARENTS
. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Malone of Balbo announM th
! tBfwement of their dauihtw, Un Lee, jo S. Dennit
!! M.Vrolle of the U.S. Marine Corpi:,ttoned at Cams Le.
j t n
'Parties i tonight
Hrtld New Year
r restive parties celebrating the
and-of 'the old year, the begin begin-iinr
iinr begin-iinr rf-th now, wil be held on
both sides of the Isthmus tonight.
Basidea the numerous parties be being
ing being given in private homes, here
are. some of those scheduled for
.private clubs and organiations:
r Gamboa olf an CoOrrfy Clob
!Dancing beginning -at f p.nj. to
'the music of Panama's Louis
Armstrong and his band. Noise
makers and party, hats will be
Absu Saad TempleDioser will
. be served at 7 p.m. at the Ancon
Masonic Temple, and dancing will
Continue tintif.l m. The Hans
Hanowltz orchestra' will be on
hand to provide dancing music.
Prizes for snot, dances and other
entertainment features are plan-
'tiH far th Dvaninir
'. Enlisted Men's' Club, F fttenth
Naval District The party is plan plan-tned
tned plan-tned for 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., with
Miss MMone was sraduated fronj Balboa HU School in
1956 and from the Canal Zone Junior College to 1958. She
1, now ttendtof the University of Florida at Gainesville,
'Sft Maierolle formerly was stationed In th Canal Zono
at tin Naval Radio Station at Summit.
No dato has been set for the wedding.
accepted to the New Years
Eve Ball at the
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it (. pa
Hal Keflr and his Rhythm Ram
biers playing dance music. Hors
d'oeuvres and egg nog will be
served, and noise makers will be
distributed to guests.
Tlvoll Guest House Lucho Az Az-carraga
carraga Az-carraga and his ensemble will
play for dancing-from 8 p.m. to
2 a.m. A steak dinner will! be
served from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m
and. breakfast 'will be available
' Fort Amidor Officers' Open
Mess Formal dance from 9 p.m.
to 3 a.m., featuring music by
uooaricn ana nis Merrymakers.
A special, New Year s Day smor
gasbord will be served there
from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrow,
Pat Morgan. Garden Club Semi
format clanco lasting untu .6 a.m.
tomdfftthesi Washington l!o-;
tel ifl flEoloni Tne sonoramica nf nf-chestrai
chestrai nf-chestrai wiB:'pl3 tK;:-ft
Spends Holiday Hero .
Donald H. Baron has returned
are still being
2-1447 or 2-2341
to hit home In Dallas. Texas, tit titer
er titer spending the Christmas holi
day on 10 isumus. rie visiie?
his parenti, Mr. ana Mrs. Otis
M. Baron of Curundu Heights
and his sister and her family, Mr.
and Mrs. W.'E. Scott and chil children,,
dren,, children,, also of CurundU HeighUi.
Parry Honor ?" ',
Miss Cherry Pste
rersonnu 01 ine unuen aiaies
Information Service honored Miss
Cherry Pate at a party last eve
ning at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. John uenoia in campo-Ai-
Miss- Pate is the bride-eleet- of
Mr. Jack Cathell. The wedding
is planned for Jan. 11 at Japk-
Itttern Star Chapter
Installs Now Offleers
Orchid Chapter of the Order of
the Eastern Starr Balboa; install
ed officers for the coming year
in an open ceremony at the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite Temple. The. chapter
room was attractively decorated
in blue, silver and white, the co
lors selected by the incoming
The Installing officers were Har
riet L. Tewinkel, assisted by Co
lombia Relmann: Maxwell T.
Smith sssited by Nolan A. Bis Bis-sell;
sell; Bis-sell; Bls.L. Bailey, chaplain;
DeLoris Overall, marshal;- Louise
The officers who wefftkinstalled
are Lillian. F. Ryan; worthy ma matron;
tron; matron; Francis M- Baggot, worthy
patron; Kathaleen M. Priest, as associate
sociate associate matron; Ernest C. Van
Horn, associate paon: Louise M.
Sorrell, secretary; Claire E. Og-
den, treasurer; Hazel I. Blades,
conductress Edith L. Macauley.
associate conductress ; Frances P.
Smth, chaplain; Olga Holmea,
marshal; Lucille L. Smith, orga organist;
nist; organist; Naomi S. Frangioni, Adah;
Anne Rheney, Ruth; Florence B.
Fealey, Esther; Alice T. Gunder Gunder-son,
son, Gunder-son, Martha; Eleanor Connor, E E-lecta;
lecta; E-lecta; Jean C. Earl, warder;
Robert Blades, sentinel.
After the installation. Robert
SchUltz. truest soloist sane "You'll
Never Walk A6ne." -- ;
Past officer's, Jewels. 'were ore-
sented to the ;?Utgom matron
and patron, and .worthy ma matron's
tron's matron's pin. to be worn throuErhout
the new year, was presented to
The installation closed with the
Mizpah benediction, after which
a reception was held in the ban banquet
quet banquet hall. The new worthy ma matron's
tron's matron's colors were against used
in, decorations. ,V!
PaKents At Gorgal
Visited by St. Nick
Following a custom which be.
gan several years ago, Santa,
with sleigh and reindeer, nude
his annual visit to the patients at
Gorgas Hospital on Christmas
Eve. He distributed gifts to each
patient while his assitants served
punchr-K r hfi ;
Burmin Spangler, -for the third
year, played Santa for the pa patients
tients patients while-Mrs. Virginia Powell
was Santa', assistant for the
fourth year in a row. Her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Marie Powell, replaced
her father who as usually help helped
ed helped Mrs. Powell, assisted by Miss
Kathryn. Hughes. .Mrs.- Dorothy
SovaU,Gray Lady, tscorted San Santa
ta Santa and his assistants.
. The Fine Arts Choral Group of
Paraiso, under the direction of
Maurice Heywood. sane Christ
mas music while Santa was mak making
ing making his rounds. This is the sec second
ond second year that the Fine Arts Chor Choral
al Choral Croup has participated in the
Christmas activities, v;
. Members of this croup are
George A. Thomas. Laonie
Holmes, Ronald J. Cummins,
vernon cox, Winston Faulkner,
Ethel Beckles. Corine Snencer -F.l.
verado Baptiste, Edna Ferraro,
Edward For& Mrs, Anastasia Cul Cul-lum.
lum. Cul-lum. Gray Lady; waa escort for
the choral group. M r!
Panama and Zone Officials
Serenaded by Students
played by. students of Prof Pa Pablo
blo Pablo Herrera was presented for
the entertainment of resident of
Panama and the Canal Zone dur during
ing during the holiday season. The
Soup of young musicians toured
e streets aboard a "mimiri
truck" sponsored bv Comnmni
Panamefia de Fuerza y Uii.
Special Stona wir mailt at th
residences of President Ernesto
u i-uaraia, jr., Mmistea Al Alberto
berto Alberto Boyd, Minister Carlos Sucre
ana oanai law Gov. William E.
World Bank Prexy
Goes To Cairo
LONDON, bee. 31 (UPIi-World
Bank president Eugene Black flew
io uairo today to -taediata the fi financial
nancial financial dispute between Britain
and Egypt wh'ch stemmed from
the Anglo-French invasion at Zuez
two years ago.1
His talks with President Nasser
may pave the way for. resuming
diplomatic relations which were
broken aOtr the uva&ion..-.
Black left London aboard Air
india lM., H waa due to ar4ve
ia Cairo tomorrow. t :' i-
Black told newsmen before his
departure: "My business in Cairo
is purely financial. I am not in involved
volved involved in any -political questions at
au. l don't know now long l will
stay. It will ba just as long as I
need to be. I nop that in my mus
sion I can ba helpful to every-
)od. I don't want to discuss what
( am going to do or how i, am
going to do It."
JOTTINGS IN PENCIL
' van CUburn, tfa all-American
boy who naadt wch a musical
hit in Moscow, sent batches of
Christmas presents to friends in
Russia. .Th show biz set hears
Bob Hope is more than a little
annoyed with Dean Martin for us using
ing using a Hope Joke-a big laugh laugh-getter
getter laugh-getter about. Elvia Presley on his
recent TV r show, f, .One of the
most important magazine publish publishing
ing publishing empires may be on the block
in the near future. .Crooner
Tommy Leonettl and actress Pat
Quinn were to announce their en engagement
gagement engagement today. ..Maurice
Chevalier, one of the most
versatile- .talents in show busi business,,
ness,, business,, has turned to sohgwntmg
with a tune titled "A French Fla-
vnr". .AuthnritiAA nlan tn damn
down on student bookmakers in
New York colleges. The entertiris-
ing if lawbrealunvyoungJOJk take
bets on horiasi ffopthall n games
etc., to "work" their way through
In London last week, Noel Co Coward
ward Coward entered, his 60th year in
the company of some attractive
and illustrious friends: Vivien
Leigh (his date for the evening),
Rex Harrison and Kav Kendall.
Beatrice Lillie, Joyce Grenfeil,
and Gladys Cooper, whose 70th
birthday fell 01 the .next day.
Guests at the celebration cot
their fondest wish dear Noel went
to the piano and sang "Let's Do
It" with a brand new set of ly.
urics. .. .Amid ail i the throat-sllt-
ting that went- on in Manhattan
beeause of the newsnaoer. strika
publi'-ity agents were, among'
the most descent the drum.
beaters for one off Broadway
show thought of a novo! way to
remind, people that their baby
existed. The fellows promoting
"The Boy Friend" hired a sound
truck to play the acore from the
musical, while-a member of the
cast, in racoon coat and cloche
hat, sat atop the vehicle. The
Cocoli Baptist Church
Dec. 31st through Jan. 5th
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Rev. Davis Thompson, art
duate of the New Orleans Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Theological Seminary, will
be bringing the messages for
our revival. Bro. Thompson it
now attending-Language School
in San Jose, Costa Rica, in
Preparation for filling his post
tion in Argentina as Foreign
Missionary for the Southern
i .v it-
Next to the Central Theater
Your Community Network YCN
by Dorofhy Killgalkn
Stunt paid off in ticket sales. n
Chums oi congressman Aotra
Clayton Powell Jr., lay hit fond fondest
est fondest dream is to see a Negro be
com the mayor of New York
and his : number one cindtdate
for the post is, quite logically,
himself. .At the moment Gary
Crosby's big Interest is Peggy
King. But stay tuned. Wanda
Hendrlx, who kep the wolves
from the door by living with her
parents, maoe ine nig step not
long ago and took an aprtment
of her own. After exactly two
days she became so lonely she
moved right back with the folks.
.What Khrushchev didn't tel
Senator Humphrey is that the
tteos nave oeen unsuccessful in
six tries for. the moon and will
make one more attempt in the
next 60 days before abandoning
the project temporarily. ... .Sir
John Gielgud, who launched bis
one-man show of readings from
Shakespeare this week, is' con concluding,
cluding, concluding, a tour that took' him all
over the United States. When ask
ed what be found most interest interesting
ing interesting about our country, he replied
Barbara" Boaxley. favorite flrl
of playwright William Inge, is
the top candidate to succeed Te Teresa
resa Teresa Wright in "The Dark at the
Top of The Stairs". .Jon-Drew
Barrymore was all set to take on
the Kenneth Kaigh role in the
touring "Look Back in Anger,'
but lust before the contracts were
to be signed he shied away from
ine oeai. . Belle Livingston's
memoirs will be punnny titled
"Belle Out ot Order". .Javna
Mansfield tells friends her auto autobiography
biography autobiography won't be written bya
ghost. She plans to write it ah
herself, with "only normal guid
ance from the publishers". .A-
va Gardner is considering an of
fer- from a Paris record firu.-
They want her to wax an album
of French love- songs, and 'she
just might" succumb; it's no-se
cret mat one or, ner fervent am ambitions
bitions ambitions is- to make the grade as a
The McGuire Sisters have a-
Sreed to sing commercials on ra ra-Itf
Itf ra-Itf -and TV for $130,000 a year.
:i .Broadway hears Mike Todd
Jr.. is on Evelyn Keyes,' aiden
her suit against the Todd i com
pany, jsveiyn, once Mute 5r. s
flame, is trying to get what she
claims is her rightful five per
cent share in the firm. . .The
government of Cambodia shows
no sign of lifting its ban on the
The newspaper :4 was forbidden
to ba ?sold in the farout .country
after, Paris columnist Msggl No
lan called their km "Sam," For
ineurecora, mas, ms monwrr is
Preah Bat Samdech Preah Noro
dom Suramarit. (Well,, to - the
best of my recollection.). '.Kim'
Novak ooDued into P. J. Clarke s
eaiuon in ine wee nours ine uiner
. ., ii
L.,i. f- .i.
morning, aione ana loggea ,; ju
slacks. Her; mission: to pick up
a neaping ordeF of chile -in a
container, for an at-home snack.
Lena Home's nicest holiday
present was the news that her
son Ted has won a law scholar
ship at the University of South'
era California. .Curt Jurgeus
and Orseon Welles, filming "Fer
ry To Hong Kong" on location
in the Orient, speak 'to each oth
er only when the cameras are
turning. The explanatory quote for
jurgens: it s a case of my in
telligence versus his, tempera
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
1 4 f 1 O
Well. r school has started and
everyone seems to have that cir
cled-eyed. !why-do-I-have-to gel
up' look and kind of glazed (x
pression that meant they sua
don't realize that they're really
this early. (i r
Aciuauy, tne second semester
always seems to go faster than
the iirst what with Easter boll-
days, Washington's birthday, and
ot&er reasons tor letting us get
out of one more cbem test. Oue
thing is for sure, they won't ever
have to close the school down be because
cause because of frozen pipes Or faulty
heating system. .;
- A;.few more Vcollege t ttudentil
nave been wandering around
since the last time I scribbled out
a few lines, Among them are:
Sue Mable, Bill Halvosa, Janet
Tribe, Mickey LaValley, Dirk
Wright, Bob Strumpf,' Chris Hea
ron, and Mike nrocher.
' Mr. Hummel, the one of tlie
plane and solid geometry teachers
at BHS, seems to think it's i stul
vacation. He actually smiled a!
the students when they came
Chez Eloise tin Annual Balboa
High.; fashion show, is coming
soon. Be sure to catch for the
date in 'this paper and eo to see
ine giris jn tne nome econoniic
classes model the" fine dresses.
Remember. Bulldog boosters.
our team is playing baseball right
now, so go out and cheer for the
home runs." -Because- we don't
have as many pep rallies during
this season doesn't mean that the
team doesn't' need your yells
while they try to slam the homes
y OSWALD JACOIY
Written fervNIA Service
4 AS 4
East and Wast vulnerable
Saoth Wea4 Nartk Baal
1 V Pass 9 V Pass
4 V .Pass Paaa Pass
Opening lead A r;
The late Spottswood Bowers,
prominent New York lawyer,
was an avid bridge player.
His favorite duplicate hand
was a simple four neart contract
that made five automatically at
all other tables. whue Spotty
was' making one extra trick for
a top score..
He trumped Tthe second club
lead in dummy and drew two
rounds of trumps, stopping in his
own hand. His next play was the
ten of spades overtaken by the
king in dummy.
bast ducked quickly, whereup
on spotty played dummy s deuce
of spades. This time East had a
problem, but finally decided to
duck again, whereupon Spotty
made his jack.
The rest of the play was rou
tine. He trumped a club in dum
my and led the queen of spades.
East covered now but ft was tou
late. Spotty ruffed and the nine
of spades was now a narking
place for his losing diamond.
Maybe tast should not have
fallen for the play, but over the
yean 1 have found that if you
give your opponents a chance to
make mistakes they will fre
,. QThe bidding has been:
West MertSf -..East Seotfc
14 Double Pass T
You, South, hold:
AieTvJiit aqi4 us
What do you doT
a km cm hearts. This la
probably year sMe's hand and
you want to show yew maior
salt right away.
Your partner raises you to
three hearts. What do you dot
Won't Post Bonds;
Will Go to Jail
- SWAFHAM., Encland (UPD-
A spokesman said yesterday the
"majority" of 46 British pacifists
arrested for demonstrations at a
Thor missile base under construc
tion near here would go to jail
rather than post 128 "good be
. A court ordered the 48 to post
the bonis ona-pr6miseto keep
the peace for one year or go to
jail for 14' days.
Hugh Brock, vice cha'rman of
the. Direct Action Committee
Against Nuclear War, which or.
ganlzed the' demontrtions be between
tween between Dev 10 and 20, said the
majority chose prison.
' Furthermore, be said, the pad
fists believed "it is up to the po
1,'ce to come and collect us" from
The court gave the demonstra
'ors- seven- days to post the bom'
MISS STEPHANIE SENFFtha few Christmas words with
A furry friend at the CAA V Cnmtmaa party at Rousseas.-
-V . v f .... .'. a vn .x
WASHINGTON (UPI)iThe Unit Unit-ed
ed Unit-ed States plans to launch about
two satellites a month during' 1959
in a stepped' up space race with
Russia. IC also will iorge ahead
with H-bomb '.ntssilesfto fitter the
Soviets frort 'ran'-''
As 1958 draws to a close, many
experts credit this country with
settine a faster pace than Russia
in pace exploration this year.
Tbey also believe it at least held
Us own in envelopment of ballistic
missiles and other nuclear weap weapon.
The 1959J V $.' space" prtgrim
calls for launchin a;our Vanguard
satellites weighini v 21 pounds,
eight Army satellites and -W Air
Force satellites, the Air Force
moons, to be fired it th rite
of one a month, are expected to
weigh 1,508 pounds at ther 'Start
and work Up to several tons, 'f-
mis countr also has at wast
three space "robes on its '1959
schedule and conceivably may try
to send one of thera on an inter interplanetary
planetary interplanetary flight toward Mars.
m the weapons .field, American
Thor missile now are based in
Britain, eady to hurl atomic
death at 'uss'ia if ar comes.
They have airange of more than
1,500 miles and are believed to
be the longest-reaching operation
al missiles in the worm.
Jupiter missiles with 4h sa"rhe
range, are ready for? shipment! Io
Sees Indusfry Gain
For Coming Year
WASHINGTON (UPI) Roger
rM. Blough, chairman of tha y.a.
Steel Corp, predicted : yesterday
Uiat the American steel industry
would continue it "rapid recov
ery" from the 1958 slump with
increased pioauction in 1959..
Blough said he .expected the in industry
dustry industry to produce at about 80 per
cent of capacity during the first
six montns of tne new year. Tfcis
would be a 45 ner cent jump over
"sharolv curtailed operations in
the first half of 1958," he said in
a "year-end statement.
"The vear 1958 was a difficult
one for the steel industry," Blough
said. But he added that "the gain
in second half (of the year) out
put made it possibla for the in industry
dustry industry to end the j year on ; a
stronger tone enabling us to look
forward to continuing impiove-
ment in 1959."!. ?
Blough said he expected bigger
rtel shiDmenta durmg the first
half of 1959 to customers in the
construction industry, farm imple implements,
ments, implements, appliances and machinery
But he said the biggest gain would
come in the auto industry "which
moved up sharply to November
and December." !" f
The executive warned that in
1959 the U.S. economy will be
faced with the triple threat of to'
flation, continued federal deficit
spending and the Russian econonv
tc and scientific cnauenge.
He- expressed the hone that new
wa? neentiattana in the steel in
dustry -vould not '"add fuel to the
inflation fire."; Present tnree-year
labor agreements in the industry
terminate June 30.
"Our need tn combat inflation
and maintain the country' indus
trial supremacy cannot be- over
emphasized," Blough-said. ...
Get the one
ir nna- t n t fir t li 1 nn i "i Win w
. iriiow: tttaciti oiiv;. ,t
A Moiith To Dc
Russia la credited officially with
bavuig -operational missile with
ranges up to 800 or 1,000 miles.
But &he apparently has not -based
them in, her Eastern European
satellite countries :
- Bolh- th4 Utited State and Rui--
aiaare perfecting intercontinental
ballistic missiles. However, nei
ther has thera in service. The U.S.
Atlas, one of which is now orbit
ing as an 800-pound satellite, is
scheduled o join strategic air
Command units by th end of
1959., ji. t.,, ...
-No one denies the Soviets -juniped
ahead ef th United States
in the atellite race when ther,'
Uunched their Crt Sputnik In Oc October,
tober, October, 1957, But. scientists bailed
the AU satellite .launched pee.
it a evidence ,of ti; snectacular;
comback by the United Stite.
GOP Llborcls Sco
Only Slim toe
In knafc B2IH0
, WASHINGTON, DeC1 11 (UPI)
GOP liberals hoped today to win
their, party's Senate, leadership
with support from Republican who
will, face 'a "Democra tie -liberal -trend
in seeking teelecUon in 1960.
But soma. Conceded -their, hone
of electing Sen. John"' Sherman
Cooper (R-K.Y.) ovr Sen. Eve' Eve'-rett
rett Eve'-rett M. Dirksen (R-Ill.) had been:
trimmd e Jottly a fighting
Of seven Republican 'senatots
who' could 'be' listed iii : an f un uncommitted
committed uncommitted category, tmly three are
up for reelection in 1980. Even if
all three voted for Cooper, he
would "still be three! votes 'short
of victory, a'Shrvey by -United
Press International indicated.
'Six of the 11 Republicans who
mill seek reelection in 1960 are bar ..
ing counted in Dirksen's column, i?
Two other are committed to Coop
er. v.-. 5 .v: .
Dkkien appeared to be ure of :
IS1 votes to 12 for Cooper), with
vn in doubt. But pro-Dirksen
iourco felt he would be likely to'
get five of the seven, for a total'
of at least 20 votes, two more '-
than the required majority.
All City Parks r;--Are
Closed Down V
MONTGOMERY, Ala.- UPI) UPI)-The
The UPI)-The Montgomery City Commis Commission
sion Commission today ordered-all city parks
closed as the result of a suit
filed by:- Negroes asking equal V
The. commission action was by
unanimous vote. -rA
spoke:man said there was no
connection between the nark do.
ing and a statement today by the
xev. martin juutnet King Jr. that -steps
toward integration of public -school
har will be taken early 'in
Montgomery hal operated pub-
lie .parks for both Negroes and
whites, on a legrogated basis. T.
day's action dosad all parks.
King said the Montgomery Irt-
provement Assn., which he heads.
Is now studying plan for school
. ...1,, '..V t.
auuu, aau wiu iiaLi wua
conferences of white and t Negro
! civic leader. He- said Jt "will not
involve attempts to register t w
gro children at whitacbopls
and only :
r ftaaekat yan 9urteaUy gurikt
Ma4 to stay Atttffy Anti.'
ttptie far u to 4 month ia met
; tnhikta ar aeattoyt AIX typaa rf
f aamu that fat r kohl tottt
" ,, x I
1 i" 1
yc be imprisoned. x
, J )m Ut- 1 J- r, V A ' 'sj I .... I
Jf .-. THE PANAMA AMEWCAsf AN. INDEPENDENT DAttf NEWSPAPtiv; : ; J
raXTSDAT, DECEMBER SI, "1S58
Doctors Lose Fight :T6 Save
Tiny Premature Baby: Girl
V C GETS CASH ,'MRtVTRAlISMISSiON';jDlEA:W!Carlo E.
w Ctoi.. waiter A.
I- nictlnir area ol the 204- foot tension and Jnfl crowave? tow atop Ancon Hill, affected by an
is eAk -ward winoihe ihejieflciisurrestton -ma4ey5?tebiEtfach. For his suggestion,, the employe of
:tne Blans and operations Office, Signal SectionrUSAECARIB. wag. presented with, a. Ijepart Ijepart-?
? Ijepart-? menf of the. Army Suggestion AwardsCertificate and;- $25 in: cash during ,a recent ceremony
" In Kneyse's office; Present; durlriR r the -ceremony were left to right,. Hortensio Flores, Verno
f slial Alleyne. m Hiram Searcy, au civilian employes
jrf.,.hvTrs .:. Armwjfiiirnai service. arid i all lot .whom' were awarded Suggestion Awards Certi-
I iieate and cash forftheit suggestion. XU-S.t Army Photo)
IJ VmjUUlllZm 5
.". PARIS (UPI)-Premier thlries
A de jGavJllestrjearnUned ;;France's
?f the nation against5 sur-pf fee JattUck,
In the nuclear age. v
i ieyolutwhary ? economic J jref ojrm4
ellled for creation of iaaoWto1f'--'e:'-ettoq8l; the ipre ipre-?
? ipre-? defense committee5 simaalf t fie mdership te b e c om e- president
National "Defense Council Inftne
United tSUtes to 'coordinate raili-
proclaim a' general mobilization
' or a-state of alert jnf Ivent; bf any
Instance f of grave international
tension. During a states of I alert
t, r.Wnot mv th rieht
to Kjulsitionperson8 ? lands, ser
vices for military duty v.,
The 'ogrsmv also fcauedsfor
creation of a: "defense corps'' to
i take Jcharge of ny-subversloft ,m
' succession, of coromapd UiCi
V. ecutive department W&S-; wiped but
De Caulle also ordeifMi, creatipn
'..'ft-ia scientific action ?. "committee
i'tovorganise ree jrch .France
jf jwpea eventually if eauip jtsjorfe
-hwith atomic and hjdiggen
;-:jWe8PonSrtvs-''v! vuitm'r (A.'M
Li Information,, Minister Jacques'
. Soustelle. announced tiie defense
reorganization after,:a. thtee-hour
f.",l uS,'.i",!i8i "c, "'"'""l
--wa..wi5Fa-iv.-,aws,tfc mhlwiii-tmlav' anil
, -distinction between" peacetime" and
s wartimebut that such, a situation
(Alio JongerJ existed; in, thanuciear
Admits He Duped
Friend To Confess
" JEFFtiStiN'. CttYfo. (UPp
convicted 'fapisfi : admission.
.;,); .that Be duped a drunk feien(J into
' confessing a 1 murder? he convmit convmit-ted
ted convmit-ted was under consideration today
, i1y Scott:' County authoritiejf.fft r
, Joseph Slayton's confession that
' he, ?,and not lifer Lynn Hester,
,y shot,',; and ; killed J. Charleston foot-
ball star John Malugen, 18, near
: rSikeston, Mo., ; last year ''w'ai ; an an-;
; an-; jounced, by Goy JSlnes;T Blair.
;'vSlayton,:-;18,'..'.!iow .serving .15
' years for raping Malugen'4 com com-.;
.; com-.; ; spanion Miss June; Castleberry on
; iJan. ,51957, reportedly made the
'ficials Oct 28.
Slay ton maintained Hester who
wM ls-rservin ?a lif e ventencif iorothe.
f rmurder-- wa,astep: at tth ;hne
i 'Xof th:Mpe-slaying; UH'ri
, "ine next morning; i two nesf
V t. ter he wa the one, that hadimur
dered the boy," Slaytonsaid.'He
fc:ir! Blaltf said "lie;' detecwr-rttfstr on
IJif i aiayion jjanowea some eiscrepv:
. iancies in nil iory, out .iiiat ine
jfe test ,?waa J'not eonclusivr,?" Blair
f has tefemdVSlayton's1 confession
iff. to ? Scott i; County officials and: to
? Hesterrs y attorney: wno' narap-
.:Mppealett';;the";tase;. ;;sv .v:.
t" i5-. ;-.;,;h
k aaa k a i n s at wuh. -Kt a.,- t ki i i i a b m i- u i
umi-w a, uiut
VM cuif wiiii iy
. Hn said modern' -weapons, in
dudine hvdrocen bombs and bal
listic missiles, left no time for
- De Gaulle's defense and econdm-
ic areforms'are; part of a series of
measures ..he is ? pushing through
h (Informed Abpr, sources predict
ed ; a wav of c ; communist-iea
strikeseduring fihe nevy, year when
predicted price-,, risest arid urages
hit union members in th pocket
The?-- average .Frenchman, who
only how realizine the full cf
levts oi met. ue, uauue 'program
to i France ;? economically sound,
reacted as if. he. had beei pushed
into a ; cold ,snower;f it might be
good for ..him;,; Tut t it, made him
GETSBtjkdk Pa Dec. jsf V
(UP1) r President Eisenhower
manned i-an. imbortant conference
a quiet New Year's eve with his
.rop?, White JHouse '.."" assistants
ffeyii to thePsejoJftber'farm home
from Washihgtdn py, helicopter for
a isessumVon ,the Sate 'of the Union
message which the President will
deliver to Congress on; Jan j.
r. The staff delegation included
Ma,Oen,;;;Wflton B. Persons, the
assistant to. the President, and Dr.
Malcolm Moss, the chief White
House speech writter. Press secre secre-tarjt,
tarjt, secre-tarjt, t James ;Gv Hagerty has been
here since 1 th President arrived
,; Eisenhower and his advisers have
gone through i several preliminary
drafts of the Jan. 9 message, Ha
gerty said today's meeting was ex
peeted to produce progress, but
not a fina draft, ... i
The- state of the Union message
frequently is left open until short shortly,
ly, shortly, beft it must be mimeograph
ed for advance distribution. This
allows? last minute changes to. re-,
fleet new developments at home
'"i'.fher;tmazj..be some discussion
between the President and Persons
aboutr.EisenhoweB, meeting in,
Washington next Monday with con
gressional leaders of both parties
wnffvwiJI bej given a general pre preview
view preview of the foreign affairs and de defense
fense defense sections of the message
' EXPENSIVE TAX ES ;
ft MTROIT fUPD-When Bole
slawGawei pays -his' taxes, the
city f loses- money. ; -ft-v
-Because of a veteran's exemp
tion. Gawel'r tax is -only seven
centa, The city treasurer says it
costs the city 50 cents to, bill him.
Bieberach, third from left. With
Chosen As Best
Move 01 1958
NEW YORK. Dec. 31 (UPH
New York film critics today choSe
"The Pefiant Ones" as, the'bst
movre of 1958 ,n f
The mo via 'also took two bother
awards in voting by 15 film re
viewers from metrppohtan dialy
Its director, Stanley Kramer,
who also produced it, was voted
the? best director of the year for
that movie. The f ceneario, written
by Nathan E, Douglas and Harold
Jacob Smith, was judged the best
screen fplay of the year.
The movie, released by United
Artis&ystarred Sidney Poitier and
Tony Curtis in the role of two con
virts Jleeing from a posse in the
Susan Hayward won the best
actress award for her portrayal
of a woman doomed to execution
in Walter Wanger's "I Want To
Live." i. i ., ,i'
David Niven was named the best
actor' of the year for his role as
a bogus' major in; ''Separate Ta
bles," a Hecht-Hill-Lancanter pro
auction for United Artists release.
The award of best foreign film
wentto 'My iJncle -a French
mport produced, written, directed
and starring Jacques Tati.
Jay They've Owned
31 MiwIn Ycaf
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI)
Fighter pilots of the U.S.-equ-'pped
Nationalist Chinee air force shot
down 31 Communist Chinese .MIG
17s and damaged .another 10 of
the Soviet-built -jet ; fighters? in
1958. tne isauonanst .ueieusBsMin-
istry reported yesterday. f,r.i,; .,j
.Only one Nationalist k saftrejet
fighter plane' was lost in aerial aerial-combat
combat aerial-combat during the year, accord according
ing according to- a year-end report complied
by the ministry.
The report also -claimed that
Nationalist artillery on the off offshore
shore offshore islands of Quemoy de destroyed
stroyed destroyed 252 Communis guns
along the mainland In vthe vpasjt
year The Natiohalist garrison on
Quemoy also sank 83 Communist
shins and damaged 18. it said.
The report said Nationalist
navy vessels sank 38 Red gun gunboats
boats gunboats and probably sank another
2g ' '
According to the report, ComV
mdnists- ; guni n the mainland
fired a total:, of 549&Tpunds on
the Quemoy islands from Jan. 1
to:: Dec 23: Red gunr fired 1.005
rounds on the Matsu' group at the
northern end of the nationalist
Offshore, island chain during the
same period.; "', 1 ;:
GRANT Olt CONCESSION
-f CAIRO rUtftt-The first: ; off
shore oil concessidn iriEgypt- has
been granted to the Halo-Egyptian
petroleum combine by the United
Arab. Republics-" -"1-4, ;.(
NOW -PAY LATER
;W, ..' ;l:iV;-t'"j;,li
7 CHICAGO (UPI) Twelve-ounce
Gloria Hanses, handful of tiny
life who would have matched the
record for the world's smallest
baby had she lived, died in her
third -day yesterday. .fNi
. uoctors ; ai. aweaisn uivenant
Hospital said the flickering spark
of. life, m the baby's body went
out at 2 p.m.: 53 hours and 58
minutes after her premature birth
Sunday. . f
"She Just died." a h 0 a d 1 1 a 1
spokesman said. "The doctors ex examined
amined examined her to make sure' there
was no chance of saving her and
announced hope was gone at
1.40.". v '"-'
The baby ,1 who measured only
10, inches and whose head was
the size of a tennis ball, died only
13 hours after doctors had. passed
a major hurdle in their struggle
to keep life in her .They had got
the baty on a' regular s eeding
schedule and she as receiving
food through -a tube to her stom stomach
ach stomach at Mumr intervals. ;, ,
But Glorif's life still hune on a
thread and; doctors were not sur surprised
prised surprised when they lost the battle
to save the little girl. 1
The baby's motheir. Mrs. Mabel
Hanses, 22, received ord of
Gloria's deatt in her bed at the
hospital, doctors had prepared
her for the probability that Gloria
would not live and Mrs. Hanses. a
dark-haired native of huntsville.
Ala., had said she would rather
have her tiny daughter die
than.be denied the chance for a
normal life. ;
Possibly anticipating her baby's
dea h, Mrs. Hanses had Gloria
baptized by a Protestant minister
"When she heaird the news, she
tooic it calmly,' a hospital spokes
man said. ; "she was omewhat
exnecting it. I'm' sure.'
'. The spokesman, said attendants
wh, had 'kept a constant watch
over" Gloria i noticed a .8 a d d e n
change in her appearance and
then "she died almost immediate
ly." n n ,.
. "you have to put -downthe
cause o death as simply imma
turity," the spokesman said. "She
was -just not developed enough to
Just a few hours before Glo
ria's death, Mrs, Hanses had re
ceived comfort from a pretty, no no-pound
pound no-pound kindergarten teacher who
GAUNDO, studept at the U.S.
Naval Academy ai Annapolis,
Md.. will return ther Friday
After snendina the holiday
. season on the Isthmus visiting
,-...;. nis parents,.
ere far your eye.... take
care of them well! Cra the
modern eye drop. .. that
oothet, clean., refrnhe. and
USE EYE-GENE DAILY TO LOOK
also.' Came into the world 'weigh
ing only 12 ounces 22 years ago.
The visitor, was Jacqueline Ben-:
son. who reiams the "world's
smallest baby" record as a result
of Gloria's- deatU By coincidence,
Miss Benson was also bom a
Chicago.. She 'remained in an in.
cubator 4Vi months, ent home
weighing pounds, nd now
teaches school in suburban Pa)a
tine. ". vi-
;'I had 5 excellent cire," Missn
Benson -and doctors had hoped
that the medical records of the
kindergarten teacher's birth would
enable them to keep i the new 12-
ounctr alive. But the odds were
too great, v
Gloria was four months prema
ture at birth and. her untimely ar arrival
rival arrival stemmed from a Christmas
To Seal Allord
WASHINGTOX (UPI1 Some
House Democrats jaid yesterday
that; Speaker Saw Rayburn may
have taken .the steam out or a
drive by liberal Democrats to
deny party., recognition" 'to Rep.1
elect Dale Alford of Arkansas. ..
But Rep. John A. Blatnik (D (D-Minn.),
Minn.), (D-Minn.), leader of the anti-AHord
forces, said he would press1 ahead
with his effort toi bar the Little
Rock segregationist from House
Democratic ranks' despite Ray Ray-burn's
burn's Ray-burn's stand. v'
Blatnik revealed Monday that
the, speaker had written him warn warning
ing warning that It would be a "rpajor
operation" to bar Alford. frorA the
party 4f Alford continued to. insist
he is a Democrat.
Rep. Lee Metcalf (D-Mont.)
said he interpreted Ray bur n's
burn's word on party matters- is
Metcalf's statement underscored
a generally understood fact: Ray Ray-burn's
burn's Ray-burn's word on party matter is
regarded as law by many House
Democrats and a word from him
undoubtedly would be fatal to the
Alford defeated Rep. Brooks
Hays in Arkansas' 5th Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District -by a, write-in cam campaign.
paign. campaign. A'ford, who had the back backing
ing backing ot Gov, Orval E. Faubus,
made an issue of Haysi "modera-.
tion" on the segregation issue.
: It was because Alford ran a
surprise write-in candidate rather
than opposing Havs in the partv
primary that Blantik decided
to try to deny him recognition as
.HesaW heWduldforee a showf
down ron thevlssue when House
Democrats caucus behind, closed
doors Jan. 6, the day before Con Congress
gress Congress converts.
A House Elections Committee
already has voted 3-2 to ask the
House to leave Alford's seat va vacant
cant vacant while an inquiry is mad into
charges that he defeated Hays
But this move also has showed
signs of faltering rerentlr after it
was pointed out that normal pro procedure
cedure procedure is, to seat the chal'wfld
lawmaker and then investigate.
Blatnik '.as said he favors this
procedure but that Alford should
not be recognized as a Democrat
under any circumstances. :
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:ttTDNTSDAT, DECEMBER II, 19.11
(Teamsters To Picket NY, Police Stations
In Drive To Organize i::$j3sffit$mties
NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (UPI) JarrTea R, Hoffa'e Tam tri" 'Unloij, wis reyeafed today set to? try fo brganiis 15
American po&s forces. First step is a New YrkJdrlve 1 nvolving picketing of headcjyarters, j)recincf stations and
upply depots. 'V ZSr
Police Commissioner Stephen P. Kennedy, a cop risen from 30 years in the ranks, angrily pledged to fight
With every legal weapon any interference with operation of the 23,600-man force. '
Henry Feinstein, Teamster representative in New York, said the picketing, set to start Jan. 12, was in no
Way a strike move and that no attempt would be made to Interfere with police supplies by asking truckers or
other union members not to cross picket lines. i
"We do-not believe policemen shouUkgo oi ori strike," he said., VWe do not believe police should have the
fight to strike. This will simply be a d.emonstratjon to bri ng home to the public the policemen's plight.'
Feinstein disclosed organization
dnves were underway in 15 ci cities,
ties, cities, including Denver and the
Florida area "from Palm Beach
down to Key West."
He said New York could be a
"model" for unionized police forc forces.
es. forces. Kennedy scoffed at Feinsteln's
assurance police would n v r
bo called on to strike.
"Does anyone seriously be believe
lieve believe an outfit like this, after
starting with picketing, would
hesito to strike to get what
they want?" he' said.
"Ir the police ie unionized J
would advise people not to waste
their money paying a commis commissioner
sioner commissioner his salary because Hoffa,
not (he commissioner, would be
in fact head of the police depart department."
ment." department." Kennedy told a special press
conference. hi. Heps wot would
not prevent, legal picketing.
"However, no t,ioub r g 'na to
paralyze the operation of govern government
ment government in this city," he said.
Kennedy warned tha this was
Exciting Action In Spectacular
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The treat forests of the Pacific Northwest are seen In
all their splendor, filmed In spectacular Trucolor and Na
turama, in Republic's, "SPOILERS OF THE FOREST," com.
ing to the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre next SATURDAY In one
day release, with Rod Cameron, Vera Ralston, Ray Soiling
and Hillary Brooke starred.
An exciting, suspenseful drama of intrigue, violence
and romance, "SPOILERS OF THE FOREST" was direct directed
ed directed and produced by Joe Kane from a story by the noted
scenarist, Bruce Manning.
OP" tig 'tr'-
"This is the big push," he taid.
"If they (the Teams.ers) can ge
the New York City police orga organized,
nized, organized, they are on the wy to or organizing
ganizing organizing police through the coun country."
try." country." i
Kennedy ducked a direct an
swev to r heV
or he would use force, but, In
tarred thaf ho. would if I were
necessary to maintain police e e-Derations..
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Should other Teamster member
refuse t'o cross picket lines, it
could interfere with delivery of
gasollw. 'or noiice patrol ears
Feinstein earlier had hinted at
some action such as cutting off
delivery of coal to the noiice head
quarters when he said the union
m'frtit let Kennedy "freeze" in his
-, The commissioner recalled that
in the 1919 strike by the police
force in Bostwi, 1200 men were
discharged and that not one of
the" ever was rehirprt.
Department regulations forbid
New York police from oining
a union and such action I
grounds for dismissal.
They are represented by the
Policemen's Benevolent assn.
which .can present, their grievanc
s informanJniK which his no
power of collective bargaining.
vFeinte'n charged in a state
ment earlier today that Kennedy
was 5creatln Jatmospnere tf
fear In operating ;J;he police depart-
"I think thatf lf It high tlm
that peci)le Jn Now York CWy
stood up enamel htnd togs and
roared In protosf against tho
kind of totalHarlen setup Ken
nody Is Intent on ostabllshlng
in the police department,"
Kennedy was asked whether the
itlpmnt hv Hfrf'a't iininn to orsa.
nize the police, could be interpret
ed; to mean that criminal ele.
me'nts in tne United States were
tempting to infiltrate the police
"Well, you can ead the
papers just as well as I
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produced! in Germany. Called the "Cambibox," It permit the
operator to zero in on faraway objects, push button and
snap a telescopic picture. ..
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JUNGLE MARCH In a smalf area of dense tropical growth'; ''swift streams anrt'steen cltt'in'i t"vi ationH.'
isinmus, ine y.e. Army uariDbean fulfills one of Its Important missions that of keeping alive 4he art of iunale fiehtmir
?lle Warfare Training Center, Fort Sherman, is-rjevotstl to exclusive, instructlop fA.! jSfuSntSi
th aoidle'hM tnis knowledge, wheri -techniques of Navigation; lulvlnd protect
ninTtJSL "Ll5Se,ISl1ifT'cam 5,cond nare. he lean concentrate fully on defeating his human opposition. AWWTC,
training is tough and realistic. Here soldiers like those-shown crossing a tropical atream. during a long march learn
t"IJ?. cam01!lgetheSielvSl.an.d ,thclr wwpon' h0w Jo d dd and water. In the jungle how & build shelter? and how
nr.n.r-eMhi; f6"1. pu is toportant training, because it adds to the versatility and flexiblllty-of the itom and help
past -year officers and men representing- not only Army but Air Force and Manne units stationed in the United States were
rnnvt. Atti i iJZZ.. liT z ; v r1 u M w.j'uu.vHcmbca we- ceiner aisoare trained at
JWTC. In addition to lnstructlnfl' nerarmnel. the ..Timoi. vJarta r tvointnw Cant-a uf ih, ..s,,iK..t-i..j . f?
STnnlmy nrchanges ta MUUlaw-Vw'
?it K .1n 18 notner 1,nk ln thB.Hefeittlvs, chain wJUd makes the United States -Amy a true "power for
5 Lt. den. James M. Gavin,
! chief of Army missile end sat satellite
ellite satellite development, announces
retirement because he could
'help national defense better out
B Ike. in State of Union
message, presents Congress
with eight-point program on
j missiles, economics ana inter inter-service
service inter-service rivalry.
II Ike asks Congress for
:!. billion dollars, roeord
22 House investigating conv
mittee charges Federal Com'
munications Commission off!
cials accepting favors from
23 Jimmy Hoffa becomes
27 Nebraska hunts "mad
dog" Charles Starkweather,
killer of II, and girl friend,
28 Roy Campanella, great
baseball catcher, paralyzed in
29 Starkweather and Fugate
caught in Wyoming.
t Army Jupiter-C places
Drat VS. satellite in orbit SO
pound Explorer I. Egypt and
Syria merge into United Arab
OnoforAH, All for One
west and Northeast Airman
Donald 0. Farrell eompletes
seven days in "space capsule,"
20 Dave Beck sentenced up
to 15 years for stealing Team
sters funds. Nathan Leopold,
famed "thrill killer" of 20's,
28 Rep. John B. Bennett
(R-Mlch.) of House committee
investigating FCC, Insists Rich Richard
ard Richard A. Mack resign.
28 Twenty-six children and
driver die in school bus plunge
Into Big Sandy River near
6 Mikhail A. Menahlkbv,
pew U.SJ.R. ambassador, ar arrives
rives arrives In U.S.
10 Bernard Schwartz, chief
counsel of House subcommittee
investigating regulatory agen agencies,
cies, agencies, ousted.
: 14 Iraq and Jordan merge
into Arab Federation.
.. 18 Record snow gripe- Mid-
2 Vemen joins UAR. Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams demands Mack's
3 Mack quits FCC.
t Ike asks unemployment
10 Nixon advocates tax cut,
not spending, if dip lasts. Ba
tista pledges fair elections ln
Cuba as Fidel Castro rejects
11 Air Force B-47 acciden
tally drops A-bqmb in Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, S.C.,' trigger charge ex
plodes. February jobless put at
8,173,000, highest since 1841.
3 BrRish t Prime Minister
Mtcfcriltaa will see Ike in June.
15 U.S. fejects'Sovlet bid on
17 Navy orbits Vanguard.
Castro proclaims all-out war
19 Nev'York City garment
factory fiife- kills 2.
20 Snow storm In East kills
63 ln two days.
21 More than 800 stranded
38 hours in Pennsylvania Turn Turnpike
pike Turnpike restaurant by storm.
22 Mike Todd killed la pri private
vate private plane crash.
26 Explorer III put into or orbit
bit orbit 27 Red Premier Bulganln
ousted as Khrushchev takes full
2 U.S. imposes arms em embargo
bargo embargo on Cuba as Castro-led
rebels cut off Oriente province.
4 Lana Turner's daughter,
Cheryl Crane, kills Lana's
lover, Johnny Stompanato.
6 Capital Airlines Viscount
crashes at Midland, Mich, kill
jwVMau!i Jury finds
Stompanato killing is Justifi Justifiable
able Justifiable homicide.
13 Sputnik II dies. Van al alburn
burn alburn takes Moscow by storm.
14 Ike opens baseball sea season.
son. season. -'
17-Brussels World's Fair
opens, first in 19 years,
21 Air Force jet and airliner
collide over Nevada, killing. 49.
27 Nixon off on South
28 Nixon lands in Uruguay.
1 Intense radiation belt
found in space.
1 Tim Tarn wins Kentucky
Derby, Silky Sullivan lZth,".'
a-MInn atnnad bv rlnteri In
Lima, Peru. Ike orders troops
out of Little Kockt
U Lebanese rioters burn
U.S. library in Tripoli. :
13 Mobs attack Nixon to
Caracas. Veneiuela. U.S. troops
fly to Caribbean. French army
Junta aelzea rule in Algeria.
Stan Musial seta 3,000th base
15 Washington acclaims re re-turned
turned re-turned Nlxons. Snutnlk III
launched. General Do Gaulle
says he'll be French premier if
20 Jet airliner collision In
Marvland kills 12.
34 French on Corsica rebel
gainst government Freneb
fleet sails for Algeria.
28 De Oau(le goes to Paris
to taut-with government Ike
Opens first commercial atomic
nlarlt at Shlnnlniroort. Pa.
28 French Premier Rene
Coty orders parliament leaders
to meet with De Gaulle.
n tTnlrnmun MIr flf
World War II and Korean War
My Rocket Can tick
V&VV Your Rooksf
r . ... N , K
entombed at Arlington. Jimmy
Bryan wins Indianapolis 500.
return of nine U.S. airmen
down in Russia.
30 Senate approves Alaskan
1 De Gaulle named French
8 Do Gaulle gets power re reforms,
forms, reforms, six-month dictator man mandate...
8 De Gaulle establishes con control
trol control over French army In Al
6 East Germany holds, nine
downed U.S. servicemen who
were off course In a helicopter,
9 Macmillan and Ike begin
talks at White House.
10 U.S. and U.K. will rein reinforce
force reinforce Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon
with 60 jets,
12 Sherman Adams admits
calling FCC on behalf of In Industrialist
dustrialist Industrialist Bernard Goldftne
and accepting favors from him.
16 Imre Nagy and three
leaders of Hungarian rebel rebellion
lion rebellion executed.
17 Adams admits "Impru
dence" before House commit
tee but Ike forgives,
ls-Ike says be "needs"
Adams, calls Nsgy execution
obstacle to summit meeting.
tl White House lea lee
Adams will be replaced. U.S.
district Judge grants 214-year
postponement of Little Book In Integration.
tegration. Integration. .yi:-
22 Hungarian refugees at attack
tack attack Soviet -U.N, headquarters
ln New York, r
23 Lebanese Premier Saml
es-Solh cbaries UAR with
waging war against his country.
29 Freighter and oil tanker
collide ln New York's East
River, 17 missing".
27-Two U.S. KC-135 jets set
Atlantic record: IB die ln crash
of third at Western Bsse, Mass.
, 9tt r demands Immediate
2-GoIdflne admits listing
gifts as tax deductions. 1
7 Ike signs Alaskan bill. So Soviets
viets Soviets release nine airmen.
"One Day We'll Bring
Civilization to All Those
10 Air Force fires Thor-Able
rocket with mouse ln nose cone,
14 Pr Nasser o u p, kills
King Fetai.il 4 Iraq.
18 Marines lan In Beirut
16 Soviets demand U.S
troops quit Lebanon. Nasser
warns against attacking Iraq
17 Britain sends paratroop
ers to Jordan'. Army announces
nose cone re-entry solution.
18 U.S. warns Cairo against
military attacks. U.S.S.R. ve vetoes
toes vetoes proposal to send U.N.
forces to Lebanon.
19 Khrushcbsv aski lmmt
dlate summit parley on Mid
east Cairo signs defense treaty
with Iraq. East German' re
leases nine u.s. soldiers.
to Jim Beating, Detroit
Tigers, BO-hlts Red Sox. I.
22 Ike tells Khrushchev to
go to UJC for summit meeting.
2S Army places 88.4-pound
Explorer IV In orbit Capt
Ivan C Kineheloe, Am to fly
into outer space in X-18, killed
In test flight
27 Lt Gen, Claire L Chen-
28 Khrushchev accuses U.S
and U K. of stalling on summit.
29 House subcommittee rec
ommends contempt citation
against Goldflne. - 1
11 Gen. FuadCbehab elected
president of Lebanon.
1-Ike says he'll attend U J
summit meeting on Mideast
4 Nautilus eompletes pas-
ssge under the North Pole.
6 Australian Herb Elliot set
mile record of 3:84.8 minutes.
7-U.N. Security Council
calls emergency session of Gen Gen-erst
erst Gen-erst Assembly, Two tankers
collide and explode ln Newport,
R,l killing 15.
.11 Atom sub Skate also
crosses beneath North Pole.
J2 U.S. begins token with with-drawal
drawal with-drawal of troops from Lebanon.
13 Ike presents Mideast
withdrawal plan to U.N. House
cites, Goldflne for contempt.
14 Ninety-nine lost In crash
ef Dutch airliner In Atlantic,
18 Twenty-three killed in
crash of Northeastern airliner
17 Air Force moon rocket,
Pioneer I, explodes.
18 St. Louis circuit court
sets aside integration suspen
sion at Little Rock.
22 Ike proposes one-year
conditional nuclear teat halt
Red Chinese begin bombard
ment of Quemoy.
' 26 Faubus asks power to
close schools. Alaskans vote,
3-1, to accept statehood,
1 Labor Day weekend' traffic
toll reaches 420.
- 2 Red Chinese turn back
Nationalist convoy off Quemoy.
8 Washington sources say
U,S, will fight if Reds attack
4 De Gaulle presents bit
' to the Chef
new constitution to French
government r ,v i
8 Red China proposes peace
talks with U.S. in Warsaw.,
7" U.S; warships escort "Na "Nationalist
tionalist "Nationalist convoys.
11 Ike addresses nation on
-1 Supreme Court orders
Little Rook integration Faubus
1 14 U.S.-Red China ? amba s
ssdora meet in Warsaw.xN.Y.
Yankees cimcn ztn psnnani.
; 18 Train plunges off NJ.
drawbridge, killing 48.
,16-Dr. Charles Malik Of
Lebanon elected UiN. General
S21 Milwaukee Braves win.
"28-U.S y a c h V, Columbia,
wins America's Cup race, Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Vanguartl satellite flops.
;; 27 French overwhelmingly
approve new constitution. Little
Rock votes to open schools on
private, integrated basis, v
; 29 Supreme-CbW bins Lit
tie Rock private school pisn.
jboiXnow What I'd Do'
Without You, Rock".
2 Soviet announces It' "has
been "forced" to resume nu'
clear testa. . ;
. 4 Britain's Comet IV Inau Inaugurates
gurates Inaugurates commercial transatlan
tic Jet service.
5 Red China begins one
week cease-fire ; on .."condition
that VS. convoy escorts cease.
Dy nam It e Wrfcks'tninton
(Tenn.) High School.
9-Pope Plus Xn diet at 13,
Yankees win World Berles.
II Air Force Plea eer II
noon rocket reaches 78,000
mile altitude. i ,
16 VS. population hlU 178
19 Brussels World's Fair
Closes,; had 42 'million 'visitors.
20 Reds 'resume shelling
, 14 Russian Boris Pasternak
gets Nobel literature ; prlie.
Earthquake traps 174 men In
Nova Scotia coal mine.., i
28 Reds announce they'll
shell Quemoy on alternate days.
.28 Cardinal Giuseppe Ron Ron-call),
call), Ron-call), 76. elected Pope t John
XXUI. j :-s. ., .)..
80 U.S. i begins one -year
nuclear test suspension. r
'4 Democrats sweep off-year
v10fKlng Hussein of Jordan,
en route 'to Europe, turned b ck
by Syrian, jets. Khrushchev jays
Russia will-turn Berlin over to
East German government.
' 18 Cargo ship sinks in Lake
Michigan -.storm; 33 men lost
21 Baseball great Mel Ott
dies of auto, crash Injuries. Ike
pledges no retreat from Berlin.
; 25 Alaskans elect Demo Demo-cratld
cratld Demo-cratld ronffrefsslor-l slatf.
: 28 Air force'fires ICBM At Atlas
las Atlas full course tor lirst timt.
29i-tommunlst' party shat shattered
tered shattered In pro-De" Gaulle French
1 Chicago Catholic' school
fire kills 87: children, 3 .nuns.
5 E. Germans hold U.S. flier.
6 Army's Pioneer III moon
rocket climbs to 66,000 miles.
7 West Berllners, in Bin-,
nlclpal election, massively i e-;
pudiate Communists. S
16 NATO nations meet 1ft
Paris, reject Soviet "free" Ber Berlin
lin Berlin plan. : At least 83 perish in :
Bogota, Colombia, store fire,
.17 Mao Tse-tuhg resigns as
president of Red China.
18 Air Force places 44-ton
Atlas missile into orbit Ike ,:
transmits Christmas message to
world via new satellite. 1
21 D Gaulle Is elected first
president of 6th French Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. ; New York fants defeat
Cleveland Browns to'wln Eas.-i
em Division football title.
. 22 Bernard Goldflne ii'sen
tenced to three months for con
tempt of federal court ...
WEDNESDAY, DECODER SI, Wi
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- ISLAND OF FLOWERS HOLIDAY--Th 'children of TabOga Wand, long go named "Island of Flower.? recently were fcuesU
' yt m. "Holidav Partv" hoted by Jnembera of the 4th Gun battalion. 818th Artillery. Tha younesters. several hundred in all
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Woman Columnist Will Serve Term
For Contumacious' Refusal To Talk
ilEW YORK (UPI) Mrie
' Towe, television colummrt of the
New tfork Herald Tribune, was
ordered tobay to surrender next
Monday to begin serving a M-day
jail sentence for contempt of court
fo refusing to dUclose the source
r of a news story. v
rv.i Miss Torre declined again to re reveal
veal reveal her source and thuPu'
, herself of contempt when invited
today by Federal Judge Sylvester
J. Ryan to do so.
Ryan rejected a request by Miss
Tone's attorney, Mathias Correa,
that the 34-year-old writer, mother
of two children, be given two
weeks to arrange her affairs be before
fore before going to jail.
Ryan warned the, columnist
that even after e"vlng her w
r ": .v.. ...n.iA k 1 shl for fur-
ther contempt action f
refused to answer ine
she. first balked at as a witness In
Hbetoldaher she was "erttinje a
bad example to your
zena .for your refusal to comply
with reasonable obedience to a
. ; COUn WHICH r. u Jj (k,i
matter." Ryan said be honed that
between now and Monday Miss
Tnrr umnliJ "seriously consider
your position? and mediate and
i change your mind and obey the
' .ntaii n the rrturt
-. mti.m Twp httd declined to
'" name a Columbia Broadcasting
System official she had quoted in
her column about singer. Judy
5 Garland. Miss Garland is suing
"CBS for breach of contract and
libel. Neither Miss Torre nor the
Herald Tribune is a defendant in
the suit. ,
Miss Torre's cwtempt convle-
- tion was upheld by the Court of
Names J, C. Rojo
liuls A. Gomez, vice president
of the Chase Manhattan Bank
In charge of the branches of the
btnk on the Isthmus of Panama,
' announced yesterday that the
board of directors of the bank
A had appointed Jpflio Royo- an
; assistant manager of the bank. bank.-Royo
Royo bank.-Royo is a, national' of the Re Res'
s' Res' public, a graduate of the Nation National
al National Institute. Panama, and has
'.been with -the bank for over
eighteen years. Royo is attached
" to the main branch of the bank
r in the city of Panama, where he
'is widely known.
Service Center T hearts
peorge, Oobelev Diana Dors
"I MAKRIED A WOMAN"
David Brian Vera Ralston
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Appeals and the U.S. Supreme
There is no federal ail for
women in this court district and
she can be sentenced to serve her
term in either the New York City
women's house of detention or in
the Hudson County, N. J., wo women's
men's women's jail,.
Judge Ryan told Miss Torre 'he
was "very reluctant to commit
"While I aDoreciafa the position
vmi l v taltwn. it ia in Hpfiinr
Of the courts,'' he said. "I offer
you ; an opportunity to purge
yourself of y o u r contumacious
conduct. Will v vou answer the
Mis Torret istsnding bewe the
bench,- said, "I respectfully de decline."
cline." decline." Sources Say New
US Flan Will Look
Almost The Same
The design for the 49-star Unit
ed abates flag, witn AiasKa. re represented,
presented, represented, was atill a top-secret
But the best educated guess
was that the nation's new ban banner,
ner, banner, which will go into general
use Julv 4... will look orettv muph
like the present old glory.
Some flag manufacturers and
well-informed congressional and
government sources said it's a
good bet that the stars will be
arranged ivn arro anri ven
President Eisenhower, who in-
Dointd a anonlal rnrnmiiilnn tn
redesign the flag, will announce
the historic decision 'at noon Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when he signs a proclama proclamation
tion proclamation bringing Alaska into the u-
mon is me 4ui state.
The new flag will be flown at
the Whitil Hnnas riiiTintr tk .t..
hood ceremony, the first since
wnen Ansona and Naw Mex Mexico
ico Mexico were admitted to the union.
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Benjamin Taylor, battle. sroUD executive officer, for Dlacinir
first In automatic weapons competition. Colvin achieved his
high score during the regular annual firlns; tests for the com company.
pany. company. Shown, left to right, are Taylor: Capt. Joseph GrezaffV
C Company commandina officer, and Colvin. (US Army Photo)
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Hard-Hitting Kings Increase
League Lead To Two Games
' PANAMA PROFESSIONAL 'LEAGUE -J
fialboa are scheduled to meet in the last game of 1958
tonight at the Olympic Stadium at 6:30.
. Starting time for the contest has been moved up
to one hour earlier than usual so as to give Pro Leage
followers an opportunity to be out of the paik in
plenty of time to take part in New Year's activities.
tfim Barfflfau (1-2), and
-bedrges Maranda (2-1), have
ytWri assigned starting roles for
'Marlboro dropped a 7-3 deci deci-irtbtt
irtbtt deci-irtbtt to the hard-hitting, front front-nmnlrig
nmnlrig front-nmnlrig Kings last night while
Cemztf Balboa; behind the six six-hit
hit six-hit pitching of Carlos "Thome,
blanked second-place Carta Vie Vie-Ja
Ja Vie-Ja 3-0 Monday night.
The Klngs lead in the stand standings
ings standings by two fuU games over Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja, Cerveza Balboa is three
games away from the top and
Cerveza Balboa winds up- in the
cellar five games out.
Last night Granny Glad Glad-tfOhe's
tfOhe's Glad-tfOhe's two-run homer In the
seventh inning broke a 3-3
deadlock and relief aee Stan Stan-tet1
tet1 Stan-tet1 Arthur shut Out the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers the rest of the way to gain
hte first win against no de defeats.
feats. defeats. The victory wRa the third
straight for the Kings, who
lashed three Smoker pitchers
fof a total of -4 hits which in included
cluded included Gladstone's homer and a
triole by Arthur.
Arthur relieved starter Dick
ponnelry In the fifth with the
snore 3-2 In favor of the Kings.
Stan gave up a run In the sev seventh
enth seventh which tied the count and
the game became his to win or
'''Bob Mllo. who was seeking his
ItR "Victory opened on the hill
for the losers and lasted three
Innings before he was taken out
idT Jose Llsondro, who' was
charged with the defeat to make
his record 0-2. Milo allowed the
Kings' first three runs.
Chuck Beamon came in to get
the third out In the seyentn
with runners on first and sec second
ond second and retired the Kings in or order
der order in the eighth.
Ken Hunt's double, with
Panama Armed Forces Baseball
Loop Opener Set Koi Saturday
The new year is almost here
' and with it the beginning of toe
baseball season around the Istn Istn-',inus.
',inus. Istn-',inus. The Panama Armed Forc Forc-'
' Forc-' es Baseball League, after a prac practice
tice practice game swing through the cir cir-Icuit,
Icuit, cir-Icuit, opens official league play
Saturday, January 3.
Some of the future stars of this
'league open their season on Jan Jan-!
! Jan-! 2 and 3. The Panama Area Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces League for teenagers
: 13 through 16 begins its 1959 sea season
son season with a special. Army-Navy
game on January 2 at Fort Clay
ton. Game time is 7 p.m. and will
feature the Fort Clayton Junior
'. Cavaliers versus the Rodman Na-
val Station team. It should prove
' to be an exciting game as the
1 Cavaliers from Clayton are last
year's PAAF champions.1
I Rodman Naval Station comman-
der Capt. Kenneth W. Hines and
' Fort Clayton post commander Col.
. John D. Coney will be present
' for the opening ceremonies.
At the Curundu Little League
- Baseball Park at 10 a.m. on Sat
urday, January 3, the Atlantic
Armed Forces Little League, Ca
nal Zone Armed Forces Little
League, Curundu Little League
and the Albrook Little Fliers
League open their season. Invit Invited
ed Invited to be present are Lieutenant
General Ridgely Gaither, Major
Gneral Charles L. Dasher, Maj.
Gen. Truman H. Landon, Brie.
Gen. Milton L. Ogden, Read Ad
miral George Wales and Gover
ABERIIATHY SPORTING GOODS
UNIVERSAL SPORTS CORP.
Store Closed Jan. 1st. through the 4ih
(OPEN Monday Jan. 5th.
and last-place Cerveza
Pumpsie. Green, who had -sin
gled aboard, gave tneiunga
1-U mat girf In the thirds
Leg Peden's single, Ellas Opo Oporto's
rto's Oporto's tWobagger, a' free -pass
to Donnelly and Frank Aus Austin's
tin's Austin's hit produced two more
tallies in the fourth nd the
count was 30.
Marcos Cobos' solo homer in
the fifth gave the Smokers their
first marker and consecutive
singles by Llsondro, Bill Gabler
and Alonso Brathwalte brought
home another in the same
frame to move the Smokers
within a run of tying, and that
Arthur took over and. retired
Curt Hardaway on a roller for
the third out and: the little
righthander allowed the tying
run to come 'hr 'the seventh xm
a single to Hank Mitchell, walks
to Gabler and Hardaway and a
wild pitch: :
With- Llsondro- still on the
mound the Kings sent eight men
to the plate and picked up a-total
of four runs in the seventh.
Hunt walked and way thrown
out af second as Carlos Heron
attempted td sacrifice. Hunt,
who was ejected in a bat throw throwing
ing throwing incident In Sunday's game
against the Beermen in Agua Agua-dulce,
dulce, Agua-dulce, got the heaveho again
when he jostled umpire Marv
Metheny in protest of the call.
Kings' tempers cooled after
Gladstone's roundtripper, a shot
over the fence in left field, fol fol-lowedt
lowedt fol-lowedt and Heron trotted in a a-head
head a-head of the outfielder to put the
Klnga in front for gOodr
Peden walked and although
limping badly, scored easily on
Arthur's triple for the third run
ef the frame and Greens single
Dlated Arthur before Beamon
came In, to duell the uprising.
Austin was the leading hitter
of the game with three singles
in four trips ana tnree khi s
nor W. E. Potter. The first two
innings of the opening game will
feature the Curundu Puerto Ri-
can Lions versus the Army Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Raiders. In the last two in
nings Fort Kobbe will battle the
The Curundu Boy Scouts will
carry the American flag to the
pitcher's mound while the 79th
Army Band plays the National
Anthem, Opening teremonies will
include greetings from command
officials, who will also give the
"play ball" signal to 'the youth youthful
ful youthful athletes. )
Officials .Jor each' leacue .arl:
Army Atlantic, president, '1st Lq
ram a. augas; vice -r president,
M-Sgt. Edward S. Bactger; secre-
taryreasurer. Cant. James M.
Hull ; player agent Capt. Alistair
D, Munro and publicity manager
Sgt. James M. Thornton, Officials
for the Canal Zone' .Armed Forc
es League ar: president, CoL
ljouis u, i arnsworth jr.; vice
president, Capt. tWSN) .Luis' V.
Castro; secretary-treasurer, Maj.
Frederick M, Wells and player
agent, M-Sgt. Joe Milam,
The president of the Curundu
League l Jessie B. Richer;
vice president is Robert M... Don Donley;
ley; Donley; secretary-treasurer J Mrs.
Barbara MarohlUnd player agent
is A. W. Piaia. Official fo the Al
brook Little Fliers League Aft;
president, Lt. Col. Qlaude' -VA,
Babb and vice president 'Cipt,
a (Happy and
CARACAS BOUJ9D Joe.
Blackburn of New Arraljan is
the team captain of the Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, swimming team which
leaves Frida fbr the Central
American and C. a r i b ben
Games in; Caracas," Venezuela.
Blackburn will comuete in the
' 400 meter freestyle event,' He
is the holder of the central
American record for that dis distance.
tance. distance. Joe also has several
other Panama and Canal Zone
records at one mile, 1,500 me meters,
ters, meters, 800 meters and 200 me meters.
ters. meters. He expects to return to
the Isthmus Jan. 1$.
Marlboro Ab R
Gabler,. lb',-. ... 4, 0
Brathwalte tb 4 0
Hardaway, 3b ..30
Prescott, rf . .30
Napoleon, rf . 1 0
Altman, If .... 3 0
Bernard, ss . . 4 0
Cobos, c .4-1
Mitchell, ef .a 4 .1
iMilo, p i iviUf -,0k
LlsondroTp.1 2 V
Beamon, p .... 1 0
34 3 8 24 10
Hunt, If .
Peden, c .
osono E., lb
35 7 13 27 9
Score By Innings
Marlboro 000 020 1003
Kings 001 200 40x 7
SUMMARY Errors: Ber Bernard.
nard. Bernard. Runs batted In: Hunt,
Austin 3, Cobos Brathwalte,
Gladstone 2K Arthur. Earned
runs: Kings 7. Marlboro 3. Two
base hits: Mitchell, Hunt, E.
Osorlo. Three base hits: Arthur.
Home runs: Cobos, Gladstone.
Doubleplays: Green, Austin, E.
Osorlo; Brathwalte, Bernard,
Gabler. Stolen base: Altman.
Wild pitch: Arthur. Struck out:
By Mild 3, Donnelly 2, Llsondro
1, Arthur 3. Base, on balls: Off
Milo 2, Donnelly 1, Llsondro 4,
Arthur 3. Left on base; Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro 3, Kings 11. Pitchers record:
Mllo 3 runs, 7 hits in 3 innings
(pitched to 3 batters in 4th):
Donnelly 9 runs. 6 hits In 4 23
Innings; Llsondro 4 runs, 4 hits
m 3 23 innings. Winning pitch pitch-ert
ert pitch-ert Arthur (1-0). Losing pitcher:
Llsondro (0-S). Umpires: Thorn
ton, Hinds, Matneny. Attend Attendance:
ance: Attendance: 1,099. Time of game: 2:42.
The Caribbean Froces Network
has announced the following sports
Thursday, Ssti. If' .-Orange
BowJ (Syracuse v Mahomy t
12:45 p.m., followed by Cotton
Bowl (TCU' vs Air forx-Aeafler
my),- followed by Row sowi
wa--vs California )W 'f i: -'-
Sunday. Jan. 4 Basketball,
New York University vs St. Louis
University, 12:30 p.nv
"' '' V ,V At'
Thursday, Jan. 1
the Week. 10 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 2 Wrestling, W
Olmedo Wins Back Davis Cup
For US With Singles Victory
BRISBANE, Australia, Dec. 31
(UPI), Alex (The. Chief) Ol Olmedo,
medo, Olmedo, a- Peruvian pn, lend-lease
to the United States, Day is ..Cup
team, whipped Australia .tennis
monopolists, almost aingie-nanaeu-
ly and the Yanks reclaimed. Jthe
famed! hiug. today: by winping.tlie
challenge round three matches to
Olmedo clinched the best of-
five series for the IJ.S,. by out out-classipg,
classipg, out-classipg, Ashley Cooper, 6-3,.. 4-6,
-4. 8A Then, with the Cup al
ready in American hands, m o r e
than 18,000 groaning fans watch
ed Mai Anderson turn back, Bar Barry
ry Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, 7 5,
13-11, 11-9 in a "who cares final
The -Yanks' stunning victory will
go down as one of the greatest
upsets in the ,58-yeat,. history of
the challenge ,, rount The odds
were stacked, high .against them
when the matches began Monday.
for Australia had won the Cup
seven times in the last eight
years and had kept it "down un under"
der" under" since 1955.
Manuel Yea zax Voted Best
Panamanian Pro Athlete
Of Year; Lopez Runner up
GEORGE G. THOMAS
Jockey Manuel Ycaza, who has
been riding abroad for the last
four years, yesterday was chos chosen
en chosen the best Panamanian profes professional
sional professional athlete of 1958 by local
sportwriters during a meeting held
in the office of RF Physical Et
ducation director' Gil Gitftalo G4?
mdo. i" c" -' i.
The meeting was arranged br
the Physical Education Depart Department
ment Department of the Ministry of Educa Education
tion Education in order to select the ath
letes whose performances in 1958
merit top honors in the opinion
of the sportswriters.
In the amateuf iranks' the
lowing received the nod of
Track and field Luis Carter
(Male) Silvia Zambrano (fe
Baseball Gilberts 'Blanco.
Basketball Eugenio Luzcando.
Billiards Guilletmo Martinez.
, Bowling Jose Damian Tere
Boxing Eloy Henry.
Cycling Armando Romero.
Fencing Edelberto A m a ya
(male) Esperanza Espinosa (fe (female).
male). (female). Soccer Carlos Torres.
Golf Joaquin Vallarino.
Weight-lifting Angel Jvi Jvi-glietti.
glietti. Jvi-glietti. Wrestling Gerardo Jimenez.
Swimming Jose Blackburn.,
Softball Rodolfo Lynch.
Tennis Euclides Barrera.
Volleyball Malcolm Sandi Sandi-ford.
Water Polo Alcides Bernal.
Armando Romero, who for
three consecutive years has won
"best cyclist- honors was named
the best "Amateur Athlete of tne
Year,'-' while Ernestro Davies was
voted' "Rookie of the Year." I
In addition to ; Jockey Ycaza
whose numerous suspensions in
the U.S. kept him in the turf
limelight, other professional ath
letea whose performances earned
them top honors are Jesus San San-tamaria,
tamaria, San-tamaria, boxing and Hector Lo-
. Newsman jra4i "commentator
Franklin Guefrini and Prof. Ama
do acted as tabulatora' .
Plans are being made for, th
presentation of. the awards to the
winnera in : the near .future.' ,-,. i &
la expressing their thank! for
the cooperation given by the
press during tha year and which
.But now the cherished trophy'
symbol or world amateur tennis
supremacy is headed bad to the
States. And all the. credit belongs
to Olmedo,, ,8, fearless netman
with Indian hlnnri in his.: .veins
Who tomahawked Aussralia' pfitj
est stars with cool aeuperauon.
The 22-year-old student at South Southern
ern Southern California 'had a hand-in aU
three American victories'. He
spanked Andefson in Monday's-o-pening
singles nsatch and 'then
teamed with Hamilton Richardson
to win yesterday's doubles match
and give the U.S. a 2-1 lead.
However, the Chief daved his
most devastating tennis for Coo Cooper,
per, Cooper, who had. defeated MacKay
on opening day,
Cooper won the Wimbledon and
U.S. titled this year and general generally
ly generally is regarded as the world's
greatest amateur player. But he
didn't scare Olmedo, who slipped
to a 3 0 lead inthe opening set
and won that one without work-,
ing up a sweat, Si
was an lmnortant factor in Mo
moting more interest in athletics,
Garrido and Prof. Mihuto, refer referred
red referred to the "sportwriters as the
"nerve center of the future of
sports in the Republic."
A buffet followed the interview-
meehne and Mchance ofi Metil
for Improving Isthmian sports. k'A
Colonel Cooney, the command
ing officer of Fort Clayton, and
Captain Hines, who has the same
job with the Navy at Rodman,,
have been working out secretly
so as to be in shape for the gala
opening of the Armed Forces
Teenage Baseball League, sched
ule ror rnaay evening, 7 p.m.,
- After the ooenine ceremonies in
which Colonel Cooney will endea
vor to oreeze his fast one bv Can-
tain Hines, both will retire to root
for their respective teams. The
Colonel will spur the Clayton Ca Cavalier
valier Cavalier Teenagers "to beat the in invading
vading invading team, which will represent
me unuea states wavy at Ron
man where the Captain is the
The Armed- Forces. Teenage
league in us second year is look
ing forward to a stiff battle" for
the championship and the "kids
hava, been put through a. grueling
-spring- training and nave been
declared fit for the grind of the
While Clayton Cavalier "Cadets"
are playing host, to the Rodman
Navy "Plebes.'V Kobbe Regular
"Teeners" will travel to Albrook
to take on the Junior Flyers in
; With the teenagers opening Trf
day,. Little .Leaguers' and Albrook
Junior League starting Saturday
morntnf and "the.- PAAFv.vBie
league starting 'Saturday, jiightv
the military personnel in' this a
rea wui nave' a ncn mti or tne
American National Pastime, base
ball for the. next four months.
-t '' 4-t -1
1 tolUfl Bktbill Raiult
Holkla sirval 1
St. Johns '90 St; Joseph's .79 f
Syracuse 88 Holy Cross 82 1
Utah 78 Dayton 70
Quaan City Invitational.
Dartmouth 72CanisiKs 69
, .f ( Consolation ) : -Prpvidtneo
if rtt Rundi
Boston College 98 Browri 78
Providence 83 Colgate 69
Long ttlantf Invitationil -.
: (Stcorti Round)
Cortland Tchrs 65 Lehigh 48
Adelphi 71 Hofstra 59
Union Co lon Invitational
Union 79 St. Lawrence. 53
Albrighfr'TP Clarkstm 74,
Cincinnati 94 Wake Forest 70
IN. Carolina St. 67 Louisville 81
frtl&l2 3$li5 65X
-r S0isrftowl Tournament
Mississippi St. 56 Maryland 45
Memphis &U 73 Xoyola (L.) 71
(iitor Bowl Invitational
(F rst Round)
Louisiana St. 63- Georgia 60
Mississippi i-71 Florida 47
b ( :ir i Bound 1
MiamTbhiol 75 New York U. 53
Miami (Fla.)-4 Tulane 72. ,J
George: Washington 72 Clemsdn 53
St. Francis1 Pa.) 73 Bucknell 65
Davidson 62 South Carolina 55
Fordharfi 85 Pittsburgh 76
V- jr.Kienmono invirationai
1 (First Round!
Richmond 81 Columbia 59
Penn Sjt. 88 Georgetown (D.C.) 74
. (F rst Round)
Virginia Tech 93 Spring Hill 52
Northwestern La. 72 N. Tex. St. '65
La. Tech 68 William, a Mary 49
Centenajy 66 Murray St. 60
Camp LoJouno Invitational
Geo'town (Ky 72 Western Car. 67
Camp LeJeune 86 E. Carolina 81
Kentucky 82 Kavy 69
Auburn 69 Florida St. 62
Vanderbilt 75 Virginia 64
ui. j a is iuiao.
Southwest La., 78 En
West Virginia 'ty jTen
f urm an 83 Miss. Southern 75
East Tenn.. 76
nnessee 7? :
' MIDWEST J
Big Eight Tournament -(Somi.Fln.il":
Kansas St. 73. Oklahoma 59
Colorado 54 Nebraska 50 ;
Iowa St. 72 Missouri 70 (.t.)
Oklahoma St. 59 Kansas 48
Motor City Tournament
Detroit 98 Army 87 j i.
Michigan. 71 Frmceton 58
McPherson 63 Neb.. Wesleyan 62 -Creight,op;
67: Gonzsga 62 : a
Southwitt Conf. Tournamtnt
Texas .AsM 61 Tex. Christian 15
. ' (Consoldatlon) i
Rice 81 Southern Methodist 79 :
Baylor 75 Texas 54 v
Texas Tech 72 Arkansas 62
- AII-CoHo Tournamtnt
Oklahoma City 75;Doquesne 59.-,';:,.
- I ( Consolation) .
Oregdn rtt Tulsa 'K-, X' ,'
Wichita -86" San. Francisco '68
Bowling Green 92 Xavier (Ohio)41
" WIST. '
s -- Par Wr Clastic
" - Fln.l)
Oregon. State 72 Iowa 71
Wyoming 55 Air Force. Acad; 50 ;
College Of Faeifie 70 Arizona (1
carta yieja ...3 x -3
Carveza Balboa t'-v: 3 3 jj
Totals .f.69 .,9
TflNMlHT'Q" HA MP
( At Olympic' Stadium: Marlb6r6 (Hardison
' ''Camt time: 6;3f-;,
LAST? NIGHT'S RESULT t
At O'PP'o Stadium:
By VICTOR M. CAREW
. The Kings seem to be pulling
away from the pack in their bid
to win the pennant: Now1 that
Granville Gladstone and Frank
Austin are hitting the Kings are
winning their games comparative comparatively
ly comparatively easy.
In last night's 7-3 v King's, tri triumph
umph triumph over the Marlboro Smokers
Austin picked up three baseblows
while Gladstone collected two. one
of which was a homeruh. shot ".to
left This, homer followed one of
the m an v liotlv-contested decisions
of the night that resulted in Kan
Hunt's expulsion from. the;,game.
Many ot the fans termed it.
''God's wayef,.meetingi,.out. Jus Jus-toce."
toce." Jus-toce." We heartily believe, it was.
, ooo ;r
Jos Llsondro, who .'ttlitvod
Bob M lo, didn't show -much in
his rtlisf offort. Ho was no pus pus-lo
lo pus-lo to. the Kings, 'Of f durst,
it must bo acknowlodgod that
this club is rosily .hitting and
opposing pitchers will hava to
bo at rhtir bolt against tht. a
-What we ean't -seem -to under
stand is the way softie -oitchers
show -so much stuff in the 1 bull
pen but when they : reach the
mound that great stuff .-is not
seen any longer. Usondro show
ed good speed while warmine uo
in the bullpen, but on the hill he
appeared to oe looking r for a
curve that was fooling' none, of
tne Kings, not even the tail-end
of the lineup.
' oOo ;
Marlboro's Bil Babler has been
placed in probably every position
in the batting lineup except the
ninth slot. It could b&l that 'this
ui wouiQ exmoae 11 wpr
made to hit ninth. BlH atted
nervously, as if he ,was 'told he
had to nroduce last nieht nr
else. He was swinging at pitches
mat were nign, low, wide ana
tight. George Altman is bunting
quite freauentlv to cet- on haR
Some of the other players, espe-
tiauy me weaKer-nitting ; speed
merchants, should bev. doing the
same thing.1 ', 1
Tonight's game between Marlhii.
ro ana Cerveza Balboa will brns;
together the second division oi
the League. Chuck Page will
most likely be the sinning choice
tor manager Leon Kellman. The
repeated failures of his regular
starters has prompted, the veter
an pilot to this decision. Carir.s
Thome paid off a few n ghts ago
unaer mis pian. n is teit t h a t
Page with control should be able
to give a similar account of him himself.
self. himself. It is vary poitiblo that marv
it's Kiew Orleans' faConie'ifeStval of-Tun
I ffteo n
J1 34 U4
Kings, 7,. Marlboro 2
agor Stanford Graham, In to.
night's' game, will again display
somt of tho groat strategy that -was
toon n tho Marlboro-Cer,
voza Balboa aneounrtr of Doc.
22 when ho retitvod with Loo-'
nardo Ferguson and Bobo Milo
in atratogic moments.
lifted in the seventh for pinctihit
ter Eddie Napoleon with- tht -Smokers
trailing 2-1. 'Eddie's-s n
gle tied the score and'FergusoJ
took over mound duties. He wa wa-yanked
yanked wa-yanked after two-thirds of an m -mf
wrth the base loaded to
boo ;Milo- who retired David Rob -erts
for the third out, t
Snap Pass Paherns
For Senior Bowl
MOBILE Altf.UPlT-A' trio Of
pass-throwing quarterbacks sh
ened thair aim and polished pass
patterns today for the 10th annual
Senior Bowl game here Saturday, -as
coaches Paul Brown of "ti,e
Cleveland Browns and Joe Kuis-
rich th Washington Redsktns
sent Qof, ttie finest college sen seniors
iors seniors through their second day of
Buddy Humphrey of Bavlor.
flipoed passes in the stsrting -group
for Brown's South squid
and Don Allard of Boston College
alternated with ytah'g Lee Grnis Grnis-cup
cup Grnis-cup in the first string North baclr baclr-field.
field. baclr-field. Allard was the first draft, pick,'
of Kuhanch, before he ws n-itd'
new head coch for otre i'fi X
last week. Grosscup was' first
tfraft pick of' the New York
Running in his new posit'on at
quarterback Billy Stacy, who
grabbed two of Humphrey's tosses
In the Miami contest and ran ovr
another in th 49-20 Rebel win.
He was supported by halfback
Don "Brown, of Houston 1 and full fullback
back fullback Theron Sapp of Georgia n
the South's', offensive backfield..
h .'i. I
Brown said his team probably ;!?
had lost the services of Arkansas
halfback ;Don Stone, who b?i an
aggravated knse injury, and was
in danger of losing Bobby Renn,
Florida State halfback and punting
specialist ."With a leg injury. -t
'.: & -t"'-
1 Washington tl 'fltmvsota 87 -f
, .EdHori .CONRAOO ,8ARCEANT, S
VTrCNTSDAt, DECtMSEB 31. 1951 s
' v TCI FANAMA AMERICA? AN. nCDWEHJENT DART KZW&TlfTH s'
- -"----.- -
1I. Rie th' Strict Imp. 4 F&t.Purst J4;0.C3
M .Ut. RACI OF THI DOUBLE wi
RateJTra.ck Gracfeil Entries jit
.oi CloM 1:00
' 1-Loberit A. Credidio 115 -Cou!d surprise 15-1
- 2-Mi Locur. 'A G, Milord 1VX Good ely speed -!
-3-Sober View i,' A. Lories lIx Would surprise -, '25-1
4-Teddy -, t A R. Crux Mtex Rated good choci '41
5-Latino N ., j: Talavert 113' JUutueh .choice - EVEN
- The Gipsy F." Alvares 110 r-Could go all the way - & 2
7-Dawn Song' "It. Vasquei 115, UNo. 1 contender; ' 3-2
""i f V; Mi"vr 'ijr : l. ,f -, t,, $-J.
jnd Rtct 4th Strfet Imp. Fg.PurM tWO.OO "pool Closet' 1:39
. ,t, -:Jnd RACI OP THE DOUBLE ...
: so l
' 1-Sllver Heels J. Adamei HOx Nothing' recently
t 2-Dagon"r"i. "0. Riyera 110 Not against these t"
- r S-Distingo T, Alvarez 113 Dangerous this time,
T 4-Riotous 'C. Bovil ilO-4r-Dii ance handicaps
"S-Now Theil J. Talavera 108 '-Nothing recently -"
1 6-Trirreme B, Baeza 108 i-In fight ,o vinish
' v 7-Red Label A. Credidio 112 Form Indicates,-
- f-El Agheila j- C.-Rtfii llO:0Not good enough
V SrRaee "l" Nttlvtt.T'Fst.PurM J375.M Peol'Clowi 3:0b
1-Linda Su$y,. 8. Baezi U3 hockey may decide,
t J .2-VietoriA Frestan luux -EarJy speedonljs
; "3-Julie J. Jimenez 110 Rates good chance
' 1 4-Mellizo G. Milord 107 Could make It iow
fi-Soberano .Jose Rodriguez nq Jockey nanpicaps
.6-Domltila, yasquer Jll3 '--Dingerpu -.against these- 2-1
4th Race 7th Serlet lihp. T Fyt.Purtf J45Q.O0 Pool Closes 2:39
V - r-' CtUlNIELA , T
, 2-Colifato r
f-Lady.Ednk FAlvfre 113 -iRates(goPd chance
A. Ycaza 115 Has beaten bettei
' G,' Rivera no Enjoying good form
G. Milord 103X -Could gel up here
' B. Baeza 110 Must impfpve more
r. flguure iio niocKey nanoicaps
Sth Race ''SpeeUP imp. S P. Pun $450. W- Poo) C:tes 3:00
.-, 1-Highland Prince B. Aguirtt 110 Distance to liking
' 2-Camakas A. Credidio 112 Hard to beat litre
" 3-Chiusa- .J. Sanchez I02x Speedy but fractious
:4(La Fama G. Milord 103x Good early speed
(Calancha O. Bravo.108 Refusal, at star v. .
.s A. Ycaza lis Distance uits. style EVEN
J. Talavera 108 -Should' improve here EVEN
Mead Out Clwjsifieds
Ik SB BJ)A
sr.rk "i nana
th Rac-Sth' Series 'Imp. I Ps.Purte I5U0.M Peel CUtea 3:40
, 1st, RACE OP JHI DOUBLE
- x v
1- Otorongo ,-,0. Rivera IK, Best early speed, 54
2- Venganza ; A. Lorless 102xtPoor rtcent raeei ; -f J 101
3- Towo Wall: -t. Carvajal lus. Knocking at door 3-1
'4-Geyier C, Quiroa 110 t-Usually cIo up i-1
5-Tarasea"' R. CrU HO V-Dropped in class 101
WoseUto, v Bf Vasquea 115 --Returns from layoff ... EVEN
7-Ringside , A. Perez 113 tr-Distance! handicaps av. 31
a-Miel s s i .A. Crtdidio 105 i it-Dangerous contender i. 3-2
7th Race -4th Ser e Imp.-1 ; Pt. Pwt 1400.0V
- ? ; 2ntV RACE OP THE DOUBLE
3- Diocese -x-, A. Perez, U0 Distance maycielp
4- Pos)blemente Jf.'UUoa tl"p-Back in lop form
5- Mar Brave r.V. CastUlo 110 Usually close up-y
o-iiuo i h. saeza iij seems oest aere
Peel Cbsea 4:10
i J. Tklaveri 104 -Would bay off here
R. Vasquez 113 Could go all the way
vartz 108 Could be upsetter
crux wix Bad lgt hampe
8th Race 3rd Series Imp. t iotm' $650.00
Peel Clssts 1:40
F. Sanchez log -would bay fat odds 51
J. .Talavera HO Consistent performer 31
.. A. Credidio lt. Distance handicaps 15-1
k G-JRiveraCliO -Last doesn't count 31
r, Q, Bedoya iOOX Must go lower 25-1
J. Phillips 10$ Would pay off 1 1 51
B. Baeza 113 Should score again EVEN
Siqte y,Medio, Infornial
Top, Field Of Track's Best
LEAD: WIDEN OPEN shorts must . silvestri,
Seven of the best imported thoroughbreeds how
in training hereill compete in tomorrow's $3,000
added one mile and one-eighth New Year's Classic at
the President Remon ctrack.
; Perdularlo, ttie track'a Wggest
money winner this year, shapes
up the probable mutuela favor favor-it
it favor-it despite the fact that he will
have, erratic. Jose Talavera in
the 'aaddlerVfc-viiliv,':;? .;.-W'U
f Leading Jockey. Braullo Baeza
declined the offer to ride Fer Fer-dulario
dulario Fer-dulario In favor of distance lov.
ina; Siesta y Medio, The latter, at
112 pounds, will have ten
pound pull In the handicap over
top-weighted Perdularto which
will shoulder 122.
Speedy Dependable c o u T d
make' every post a winner If he
can outsprint the equally fast
Bagazza. Botn Ragazza ana De Dependable
pendable Dependable have trained well for
this race and couM produce an another,
other, another, edition of their thrill fg
battle of -fortnight ago when
Wi Race 'foewVear cWlc "I Purse $S)00 'FPoel Cletes 5 :ij Dependable! beat the stottt.
' ONE TWO f 'i 1 j hearted filly by a head.
Hustline- Fernando Alvarez
3- 2 will be aboard Dependable while
31 whip welldlng Amado Credidio
2-1 will do the booting on Bagazza.
51 The latter'i entrymate, Infor-
4- 1 mal, has been burning s up the
M track, in his workouts. Jose"
M Ulloa. ildlng to treat form re-
.cenuy, nas a gooa cnance to win
a ftmMm t.'W aeeond big classic In Pana Pana-P.
P. Pana-P. cieset -40;mti Hu fir. WM iboard Cons-
1- Roina 3. Samaniigo 115 -Rates chance here s-2 JfS?mi orP
2- Maurifiio B. Aguirra 115 Long overdue EVEN Nov.-28. v ?
3- Cleron C. Ojiiroa llx -Could make it here" 31 Constantino, another danger
4- (Madame CucuJL fhillipa 110 Usually disappointt , EVEN cd In this race wUL have tast.
SKIndlan w A, Gonzales 105 Has best eariyootr,. EVEN Vr lmproyed;Ale3andro Perex to.
6-(Cordial 3. Bedoya ICor-Has ,hown nothing EVEN !JfSSS5S
1- Perdularlo J. Talavera 122 Mutuels favorite
2- Dependable F, Alvarez 108 Rates good chance
3-Siete y Medio B. Bseza.llJ -WiU fight it out
4- Mchaux B. Afuirre 105 Could get up here
8-Constantlao -.A,rtxll3 distance may help
6- (Ragazza A. Credidio 103 Could go all th wy
7- (Informal J, Ulloa )18 -Sizzling workouts
10th Race "Spaelal" Imp. 4 Pit. Pura 1450.00
11th Race 4th Series Imp. 4 Pflt. Purse 3450.00 Peei Closes
1- Recife G. Milord 107x Could make it now
2- Victoria' Regina. R. Cruz 102x Good -early speed'
3- Palave. .J Ulloa U8 -Seems much the best
4- Apache. -)" ACredldio ilO -Would pay off
5- Zumar wl"tjr Rivera 113 4Nothing recently
6- DesteHo 1 1 1 vr. Tftillips 115 '-i-Good early speed
T-Sapristi R. Vasquex 113 -Should be runnerup
8-Pangal ft v Bteza 113 Lacks early speed
no disappointed; by finishing
tmra to Dependable and Ml Ml-chaux
chaux Ml-chaux his last time out but the
nine furlongs of tomorrow's race
should be right down his alley.
Mlchaux, the most Improved
racer at the local track, could be
the first big upsetter of 1959.
His only handicap will be veter
an Jockey Bias Agulrre who at
times looks worse than the
greenest apprentice. Mlchaux1 $12,500.
has been assigned only .106
oun"ds for this prospective
Ten other interesting races
are included on the attractive
. PROVIDENCE, R.l (UPI) (UPI)-Paddy
Paddy (UPI)-Paddy De Marco, l3Hs Brooklyn,
n.x.f sioppea uonei JBuuer, X37Vj,
riew xorx t4)..s- kv1-'-
hursy 192 New York, outpointed
w ijwiaen, i9B,s nttsDurgn (10 );
Paul Jorsehsonmw. Port Ar-
thur,- Tex., outpointed Bobby Bell,
128 Youngstown,-Qhio (lO).1;
LOUISVILLE fTIPIV L Ttntrteii
Stitch, ,um, Louisville, outpointed
vmcu vejar, ion, Btaniora, tonn.
LONDON (NEA) Stressed in
litigation as me result of an auto automobile
mobile automobile accident was imnairmimt
i we piaibun i gou.
GeOrge Taylor, 54, bank man
ager, testuied that be:ore the ac
ciaent he payed from six to
eignt rounds a week. After the
mithab he could Dlav nnlv fiv
"Ite was nervous and aonri-
hensive, liable to headaches and
depressions," his attorney ar argued.
gued. argued. "Golf was an Important
Cart of his to.ial life."
The court awarded damage! of
Attention Centers On Kapp,
Duncan As lova, Canton
cna Kose dovvi uame uniis
By ALEX KAHN
PASADENA, Calif. (UPI)-Two
men a Randy Duncan, and Joe
Ktpp were the center of atten-
uon yesterday as tney leo xowa
and California through final prac practice
tice practice .sessions for the Rose Bowl
game, but niilliOOT will be viewing
them tomorrpw ,a,crof the nation
Duflcanji whose l25,, flashed so
brilliantly' for, low; alV season will
be forced to share the interest
with Kapa For his numeral, 22,
I hat been at th .bottom of most
plays as. he executes his famed
But Calif orniki and Jowa brought
48 players each: to the New Year's
Day classic and while the eyes
of the majority of the fans will be
on Kapp and Duncan the Dig
play" may be the work of one
of their teammates,
v Hat Speedy Baekt
For Iowa it could be Willie
Fleming (15) who breaks away
as he did in the Minnesota and
Michigan game, or perhaps Bob
Jeter (11) as he did against TCU
Ray Jauch (48) did the, break breakaway
away breakaway when the- Hawkeyes met
Michigan and again in the Indiana
game. And the fullbacks, Don
Horn (30) and Capt. John Nocera
33) both can. plow for long yard
age down the middle,?
At the ends Iowa has a versatile
quartet in Curt Men (82) who
teams with Don Norton (89) witn
two able reserves in Jeff Lang-
ston (83) and Bob Prescott (86).
Although Kapp is California's
leading rusher, ne gets able as assistance
sistance assistance from isuch rugged: runners
as Jack Hart 43 V hi co-captain
at left halfback; Billy Patton (32'.
at fullback, speedy Hank Olgum,
(14) at- right halfback and from
such speedsters as Wayne Crow
(10) along with 'Steve Bates (40)
and hard-plunging Walt Arnold
(30), who alternates with Patton
at fullback. ..
Ktpp Runt Option
The California ends! have not
been called on as often as the
Iowa flankmen to catch passes
but Jerry Lunderen 68 and Skin
nuoert S3 nave performed
all season. Hart (43). however, it
the target for more of Kapp t
throws, having caught 28 ptuei
for 334 yards this toton.
Despite his brilliant execution
the option play, Kapp calls on hi:
teammates often enough to,, gi
through the middle or outside tot
flanks on fakes to fool the opposi
tion and frequently the -videi
Duncan, although he carries b
ball infrequently, will execuUdV
"keep" play often enough to be
fuddle his opponents as fie prove,
against Notre Dame four times i i-t
t i-t With neither team ranked asniti
outstanding defensive unit, -lie?
socring may come fast on bail i
sides on long passes or breakwa--
runs to make it interesting view,-
uiB doiu tor me luu.uuo apectatorn
in the Rose Bowl and the; nation.
wiae television audience.
By CON R ADO
2- Rtd Ltbel.
3 Linda Suty
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The Panama Tribune
By LUIS'. ROME R V.V-
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, ... .,,
9th RACE 1-18 Mile
Pool Closes 5:15
PEUURIO Talavera 112
DEPENDABLE :.. F. Alvarez 108
Vff 1 1 3j SIETE Y MEDIO ,:,...; R RflM 112
iilV-Mt?-" M ICHUXt; -Iwt; ... ...C -.... B,. Aguirre 106
. LUNjIAINI I INU A. Perez 112
6. (RAOAZI A. Credidio 103
7. (INFORMAL J. Ulloa 118
K 4 ..
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two tene paint. Call Gamboa 6-
FOR SALE: $2600. 1 958 Mr4i
mouth V-8 Belvedere, 4-door
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dual unit; two-tone green, radio,
white wall tires, plastic seat eov-
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Call Balboa 2-3526 from 7 to
4, and Panama.. 1-2346 after
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Ranch Ranch-wagon,
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overdrive, three new tires, good
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PATur. CANAVERAL. Fla., Dec
31 (UPI) Ro?ieteers studied
complex electronic reports to today
day today to determine the reasons
two of ti;eir major mlssilts ran
wild and had to be blasted to
,bits ovei the Atlantic.
First it was the' Navy Polaris
ttili" experimental, wtiicn wa3
destroyed in flight yesterd.y
morning. About 11 hours later
It was the Air f orce inut, auv auv-cessfully
cessfully auv-cessfully flown many times.
Both are intermediate range
Drastic missiles, (IRBM's) with
rs 3es of 1SUU nines.
It was a partial success for
the Poiaiis but the Thor's flight
was so short it was doubtful
that' much knowledge could be
gairred from it.'
Th Thnr. an ooerational 50
ton rocket that has been the
booster for three moon probes
and three Tnor-ADie muusc
vni.wt. fizzled and would have
flopped into the Atlantic intact
had'wt the range
ew jiushed thp "destruct" 1 but-
tonTjUst a spyt sepond -before
It would nave, n me
The solid-fueled missile, de designed
signed designed to be fired from sub sub-berged
berged sub-berged submarines, for the first
tlm flew long enough for its
two tages to separate and a
Nayy spokesman called the
iBUnching "partially successful."
surtbJ missile, about 26 feet
njgnd shaped like a bottle,
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white smoke. Less than a- mlh
ute later the first stage buffi--
ed out and the second stage
kicked In, leaving a fork of
smokv trails. The second stage
continued up and the spent
first stage ell off toward the
But as the second stage
climbed over the ocean some
thina went wrong with its
flight control system and it
began to roll. It tried to right
itself but failed
The range safety officer,
noting it was headed due east
instead of southeast, pushed
the "destruct button which
cause the second stage to ex explode,
plode, explode, showering its pieces into
the sea. Destruction came 1
minute and 26 seconds after
It was the third of an ad
vanced series of tests. The first
failed when the rocket headed
the wrong way and had to be
blown up after 43 seconds of
flleht. as two staees intact.
One part fell back onto trie
cape and another part fell Into
a lagoon inland from the cape,
landing only boo yards from a
heavily populated area.
The second attempt also fail
ed, the second stage blastinz
off prematurely, sailing in a
fiery arc across the cape into
a palmetto, thicket. The first
stage remained burning on the
Before the three advanced
tests, made by two-staged vehi vehicles
cles vehicles like the final vehicle when
it becomes operational, there
had been 25 firings of Polaris
test vehicles of which1 21 were
A Navy spokesman said the
trouble Tuesday was In "a lit little
tle little black box" containing part
of the flight control system.
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NEW YORK TNEA1 For the
festive season, we received a jus
of nectar trow Stockholm which
was donated for the occasion by
Irvine .B. .oKahn, whoso x Tele-
prompter outfit figures to Handle
Floyd Patterson's lights.
"Skoal!" the electronic! mag magnate
nate magnate wrote oo the. card. You
could just sea Ingemar Johansson,
hii iquarely etched Swedish face
and big right hand, moving in a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Patterson at Yankee St i i-dium
dium i-dium and on closed circuit tele television
vision television screens throughout the land
in June. a
" While Johansson really -i should
show in this country 'before be being
ing being given a crack at,; the 'heavy 'heavyweight
weight 'heavyweight crown, and Patterson ac actually
tually actually needs to be reintroduced
to the public, this international
match -would give beak busting
a tremendous shot in .the arm.
You visit Nat Fleischer, the
veteran fistic historian., who pub
lishes Sing magazine, prepared to
write a piece anout now prize
fighting is on its way Out Nation'
wide television had killed 'practic
ally all the small clubsV Where
Of Gehierations-Comes Into Beina
with built-in Universal
MIAMI, Dec. 31. (UPI) r-East:
era Air Lines' striking flight en engineers
gineers engineers have rejected a govern government
ment government proposal to return to work,
but off ered today to reopen nego negotiators
tiators negotiators with the company in an
effort to end the 38-day-old strike.
A union spokesman said the
engineers would accept which mi minor
nor minor ohAnppa" th MnmmttnHn.
Hons of federal mediator Warren
Lane, with whom both sides have
been meeting seperately for sev several
eral several days. t
However, the engineers turned
down a rarn nilhHr anmaal kv
. i -rr" J
the national mediation board to
end the walkout while tall-.
The board yesterday asked both
th iininn anH thm nimisar
submit ,tbeirUQCfisolved. issues io
arbitration. "Your economic tug
of war must comfio an end,"
the board said?r;mi identical tele
grams to Mh.ideWI,.
J. H. Brock, Bstetn vW pres president,
ident, president, promptly agreed to accept
the board's suggestion is the u u-iwon
iwon u-iwon would do the same. Late
last night, .. the engineers gave
Ron Brown, international vice
president of the flight engineers,
said telegrams sent to both East East-em
em East-em and mediation board officials
proposed "in lieu of arbitration"
that the remaining issues In the
dispute worked out ia meet meetings
ings meetings between th eomntfnir ,A
PARIS (UPI) The dream of
generations of Europeans will
come true today when six leading
continental nations start merging
into a powerful economic bloc.
The six common market nations
are France, West Germany, Italy,
The Netherlands, Belgium and
Luxembourg. Their customs union
is officially called the European
Economic Community (EEC).
Simultaneously, there goes into
effect the six nations' "Euratom"
a pool of their atomic resources
for a peaceful production of nu nuclear
clear nuclear energy.
The economic measures taken
by the six nations on New Year's
Day will be far from revolution revolutionary:
ary: revolutionary: A 10 per cent cut in customs
duties and quota free imports
amounting to at least 3 per cent
of national production in all indus industrial
trial industrial branches. But what is revo
lutionary the' political signifi
cance of the; Initial measures.
France; Germany and Italy, who
have for centuries been fighting
for supremacy and markets will
start on the road of a coopera cooperation
tion cooperation which, with thtf three Benelux
countries, will turn them into a
single trading bloc ve.r ca period
of' 18 yearK'V'' ,;
Butvfte nltimat.tafMi of the
authors of the six-tiatioiTreaty is
far more ambitious. For them the
common market is only a step, al
though a long one, to the merger
of the member countries into a po political
litical political community a United
States of Europe.
The solemn signing of the treaty
in Rome in March 1957 was wide widely
ly widely acclaimed as the beginning of
one of the most successtui mooa
lefs revolutions in European his
PRANKII GITS DUBBID
-LONDON JUPI) The tabloid
Daily Sketch yesterday dubbed
singer Frank Sinatra "Lord
Rude" in an imaginary New
Year's honors list. The Sketch re recalled
called recalled that while most show busi-
nets ceieontiea were generous I
scout meeting fans and cooperat cooperated
ed cooperated with- the press, Sinatra' "re "refused
fused "refused to meet them on his ro romantic
mantic romantic visit to' Britain" recently,
"he'i the bitter, chip carrying
man with an urwweet nature,"
aid tha Sketch.
New Action Film PRE-RELEASE
at the DRIVE-IN Theatre
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ALLIED"' ARTISTS' newest action film, BULLWHIF',"'
a Guy MADISON Rhonda FLEMING starrer. Is duo to
PRE-RELEASE tomorrow at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
Tbe story, placed In the days of the Frontier West, was
written by Adele Buffington and fives bothttars plenty of
opportunity to meet with much excitement. ,V
Included In the cast of top supporting players are
James GRIFFITH, Don BEDDOE and Peter ADAMS.
. It was filmed In the area of Angels Camp and Sonora,
Califs oh the farted Mother Lode of th,Gold Rush days.
It la In Cinemascope and Color by DeLuxe.' if vu AdH. t
' But today, 19 months later, the
implementation of the treaty
threatens to split Western Europe
into two hostile trading camps
waging a bitter tariff war,
Britain, the world's leading trad trading
ing trading ation, has enounced the
common market, as an exclusive
club w h i i ? will discriminate
acainst other Western nations;
The bmmoB nlarketj Britain
claims, i a "factor of division-
in Europe because its common ex external
ternal external tariff will make it haird for
Britain and- other1 Western, coun
tries to sell heir oods Jtne
Britain demanded that the com common,
mon, common, arket be extended1 to in
elude all th-IS 'European mem members
bers members o'f the Organization for Euro-States-and
Canada also belong.
The 'commoh market nations re
jected the British "free trade
zone" Scheme last mown aner. pn
18 month negotiation, v
They said Britain cannot receive
oreferential treatment on the con
tinent, as long as she refuses to
jive up her worldwide system 01
mperial preferences. V
And France and West Gernuny
especially feared that the free
trade zone, rom wmcn political
ideas are absent and which is
strictly a trading plan, would kill
all hopes of forming a olitical
community in Europe.
The OEEC Council of Ministers
will make a new, and possibly fi final,
nal, final, attempt at healing the dispute
Jan. 15. : '"-:-
Britam has warned that she and
other non-member nations would,
form their own customs union and
take retaliatory measures against
the common market countries if
no compromise were retched;
' 1- ';' '"
Many observers! believe Frenth
President Charies de Gaulle, Brit British
ish British Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-millan
millan Mac-millan and West German ChanceU
lor Konrad Adenauer may hold a
"summit", conference ; hortly to
seek a way out of the deadlock.
Allied ijiplomsts .believe the
North Atiantic f Treaty Alliance
probably would not survive a full full-scale
scale full-scale trade war among its part partners
ners partners In Europe.
S Thi n? anaiiiHnn thai ITnlfrl
States, T although it is keeping
aloof, might be asked to mediate
the quarrel jtY both sides main-'
tained their enylelding stand. i
' British warnings and threats- M
retaliation seemingly failed to im impress
press impress France; which Is leading the
common market 'nations' opposi opposition
tion opposition to the Ire ; trade area proj-'
ect. ,':.iiw '-Vvv,":".'; --r
French officials believe the com community
munity community : will be strong enough, to
Witt in a trade Conflict with Brit-ain..'-';;-''iv,';v:-f.v
, Their theory is that Switzerland',
Austria", Denmark Sweden, Nor Norway
way Norway and other small n a 1 1 on t
which support British criticism
, . as
the co mmknmorat'scloeo
the -Common market's closed shoo
policies, will balk at Joining Brit
ain in a snowaown wiurineir pow powerful
erful powerful communityneighbors,
i; ' t: 1 '" 'f.'i'l.'.i!.'
FISHING IN PANAMA WATIRS
The Tin Goose" left Balboa
Yacht Club Triday, Dec. 19 with
Skip Rosinski, Don Spencer and
his wife Jeaft and the latterY pet
dog, Poncho, aboard headed for
They -made a' good, trip down
and landed a load of bait. On
Dec. 24 1 they raised two marlin.
Th first 'one. hooked by Don.
only stayed on for half an hour
then it cut the doubts line. The
second one gave "Jean a little
more snort but got away after
breaking her 'rod. She had. that
one on for two, hours and 16 min
He was too big for. Jean.
rod and the 24 thread line.
Kosinski nas cauoit ana una
ed three black narhn, one weigh-.
ing zi3 pounds one 380 and ma
otnar 273. s, i
Jean cauriit a -289 pound
marlin and landed a iarce' amber-
iack which weighed 81. pounds,
t was caught on 38 thread,
The Nautilus Is also down at
Pints with Chubby and Milt
Wright aboard. So far they have
nooung w Tepoxv avoui Diu ntn.
But they are having quite a time
catching bonito. for bait.' :
Nearer home, fishing Is .quite
exciting. The Agewood went out
ff HunAnv '. list AiirtiA Yv1n
v i Juimsi nivu aw. vrrutt, i imiii
Mellish. who made ; a rush trip
nome rrom kio lor Christmas. A
mess of bonito, some jack and a
shark weighing about 60 pounds
The Flying Scot Is on Its way
to Coeos Point right .now. We
hope to ha va new ot. bar catch catches
es catches later. v-jt ; . i, 'J:
was the talent to come "from?
The International Boxing Club had
glutted the TV channels with hor horrible
rible horrible stuff.
But Fleischer, 'who has spent
50 years at ringside, violently dis disagrees,
agrees, disagrees, H produces figures refut refuting
ing refuting the popular impression that
the sour science is on rubbery
."Indeed," snapped NaCmy
world ratings stress boxing's big
rally in 1958."
i THIS, TOOt( AN OLD Aft I Nsl
WORM unacquaintedi.With Fjeuctt-
thusiastic about ; the subject, a a-back.
back. a-back. After : watching a year of
action and coming away with the
impression that only three bouts
were worth a peso Sugar Ray
Robinson Carmen Basilio. Joh'ans-
sori - Eddie Machen and Archie
Moore-Yvon Durelle Nat's, speech
shocked us, -
i ..... t
"New York, that's ill on'rt
thinking about,' ho said. "It
went without a world chamnlon
snip sgnt tor ne first ume :n
years, so everybody fiaures the
a .i ea ....
Fleischer had t admit i that
tha JNew York figures .indicated
as mucn.jn overall activity, city
and state; there were ..exactlv S7
cards; presented, in nanmer days.
the state averaged 500 shows,
naif dozen championship super-
spectaculars among menu
Yet Fleischer trotted out ret-
ords revealing that boxing gen-
erauy expenencea ai uprrena in
au otner parts ot, tne, world-
The most interesting ; statistic
shows that there were more pro pro-vessiohal
vessiohal pro-vessiohal boxers around the world,
9,445, in 1958 than there were in
47, wnen neiscner rated '8,848.
MANY" NEW CLUBS WERI s
pened, some 'old; ones that were
closed resumed. California gates
rose in several, fights, to beyond
$50,000. A new California record
was set in thi middleweight divi division
sion division by Basilio and. Art Afagon
The game boomed In the south
west. Champions defended : their
titles, all but Fattersont, aausf ac ac-toril).
toril). ac-toril). t J ; ' "t,
The Inactivity of Patterson a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst outstanding", contenders
gave the heavyweight class a
severe setback, but Cus D'Amato,
his strange manager, will have to
do something ... about mat tnu
year," concluded Fleischer. ?
"I look for a finev 1959-aQ the
Pretact year heme setT roeW
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bellishing embellishing its reputation as the
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Match With burefle ii. July
Could; Be His Biggest Payday
By HAL WOObV
LOS ANGELES (UPI)- Amas
ing' Archie Moore said, yesterday
that he "expected" to defend his
world light-heavyweight-crown in
a return match asainst yvoo du
relle at Montreal next July in the
baseball park- -?:
jl think it will result in-the big biggest
gest biggest pay-check;,: of my; ; career,
said Moore, jWho was here to ac accept
cept accept the Loa Angeles Times
award as the "fighter ef the
year, .v v. !-.,- t'Sr-'htt':' ":'
' Archie, growinK tiill face
beard (possibly to emphasize, his
advancing age), said that he
thoueht the fight might s gross
nearly as much as the $950,000
gate for tnevKocxy aiarcuno aiarcuno-Moore
Moore aiarcuno-Moore 'iw'Mti'
nv Ktei. In khape f. f.-Moore
Moore f.-Moore said he would make a
tour of South America before the
tight next July und expected to
participate in several non title
bouts before that Um.'V fin y 'ft
"This time I'm keeping In con
dition right from the start," said
Archie. "Within a few days after
the Durelle fight. I ran five miles
each day for four or five days, .j
as a result, my weight Hasn't
ballooned like it usually doii
after a title defense. I weigh only
184 '.today." yr--r:M .;.fc!.;s-v..w'.)!',
At the Awards dinner Monday
night, Archie revealed bis pttQa-.
sophy of life:
"Age is just a word of ftre
letters made to confuse people.
Fat Is the same thing a three three-letter
letter three-letter word to confuse people,
'I ignore them both,'
' VuJv; ."' ::' :'; ;" ? S' .LA:' 'iyV.
! He said that the thing that
made him a good fighter all
through his life was the fact that
he would be "embarrassed te
lose.'? 'i. ",..'-
'Wha Durelle kneekei me
down in that first round and again '.,
in the fifth, I couldn't stand the
idea of being a i loser,"1 said
Archie "'So I ftad a little eonfer--ence
with myself and Just decided
I had to. win. I didn't want to em- 1
barrass jny children.,,.. -. ? 1
Moore said he was Utvesung us
mnM .In: .mMl4v. iw M hAmA 3 ,.
town of San Diego 3
"In the Marciano fieht with that "'
big gate, as the challenger, I 'got
the small share," he said. "But
when I fight Durelle again I'll be
getting the champion's share.. That
is why I think my take home
pay will be bigger than what I
got from the Marciano fight."
Said the 70-year-oid football
coach, 'Andy Kerr, after talking to
'He has to be the areaUst if
leta of all tima.-
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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About The Weather Wins
Burlington Liars' Club Award
when'liV'opetie ins dooir
eked out the mily ckt lor
BURUNGTON, Wis; VPI)-Th
way Lou Powers tellr about it,
the weather got so cold at Orton Orton-ville,
ville, Orton-ville, Minn., last winter that it
won him a prizt.
There was this teakettle full el
boiling water, Lou said; and the
weather was so cold that it froze
the water so fast the ice was still
the nighi'. he froze his toot,
Powers story won the 29th an annual
nual annual Burlington Liars' Club award
Monday for the best tall tale uf
Honorable, mention went to. three
liars:. ' "'
William Mc Ilrath of oDanbury,
,Conn, reported thert waaria blood
shortage when his outfit landed on
Guam in 19-1; a Navy doctor
solved the, problem by capturing
large mosqu'toes on the island,
shovine their beaks into a pa
tient's arm and squeezing until the
patient's face took -on th.-- right
shade of pink. ,-.rV
,M.rs. Thorns Nylnn,j of ; Beaver
Dam. Wis.,, told one .about -a aisn
erman vyho was asked if he? was
catching anything! ''Sure' the an
gler said, ome oversize ana
some undersize. The man said,
"I'm the state game warden. aud
the fisherman replied; "Well, I'm
the biggest liar in the, state of
WisconsmrH'rimfll M; I
Harry Shifeeroefeofi SeatUe,
Wash., also got honorable en-
tio'ri with; a fjtale about faavjr
buddy of his in the South Pacific
during World War H who was bit:
ten 'by a malara carrying mos mosquito.
quito. mosquito. The sailor pulled through
and the -mosquito died of acute
alcoholism. 1 n ' ;
' The preslaeht of the Liafs Club,
0.C Holett; ;sta he; received b e
tween 1,000 arid 1,200 lies this
year. "Itwas' a real good 'year.
We're established how," Hulett
said) -'. : ;
Club' officer's selected the best
lies and jlso decided hot to rec recognize
ognize recognize Uatehood of ATaskt Unil
residents there send in as niany
He "as TexasVHulett said "we
hope that shakes (herti'iip a bit
Hulett cited several other en entire
tire entire as noteworthy this year.' One
aUftf'bf'm F.C. Hbtsom ti Ven-
rt ;,hn::-' .,nis. !.
tura, uam., nsa ia ao wiin an ota:rf v,
man who fished each day for
years from the same spot on a
pier and finally wort a hole ia
the water. -Andy
Tex., told one about a big mos-1'
quite that ate a mule and picket
his teeth with th3 wagon tontueo."
thesiiniwe Jijiej.bout. a ypack 'for
giant mo, squUges that ate a team" -of
mules, and then played horse ,J
snoes to see wnicn one wouia gei
the harness, y,
The wind blows to hard in OH'
kahoma, according to H.S,': Va -a
K WB3CU VI WBUBMCJ Mj VTV
that thev can't measure it bv cenX'
ventional mtun. They hang a lo''
chain from the top of a 40-fbbT
pole. It's a pretty'-good htltM1
whei. the chsin stands straight
out, but it's not a real blow un'il -i
the links on the chain start snap- ;
rranx raucner ot rnoemx, Anz.,
sent in the shortest lie. "1 like
TV commercials,"; ,he wrote.
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Teddy Boy Prexy,
Dethroned; He :
Quif His Job J ;
LONDON (UPI)-Tom Gaunt-
lett, 21-year-old factory worker
who gave up his job to become
''kina of the Teddy Boys." wae
dethroned yesterday for setting
bad example wr ms "suDectt"
by not working. i ...
Gauntlett founded the, "National 'J
Assn. of Teddy Boys", two month
ago to try to prove that the young -men
who wear drain-pip pants,
Edwardian-style eoats and string
ties are not Juvenile delinquents,
but respectable citizens. I
But the co rittee he headed as' ;
secretary and founder of the or
gahizaUon ruled tMt their "kin" J
could not, be respected if he
lacked a job. Gauntlett quit hie
$25.20 a week job to direct the
Gauntlett countered by aa-;
nounclnj that thr eomm(tt
cevtd not. fu him because he'
qui t. Furthermore Gauntlett '
warned he was going to form a
"breikway organization" of
Teddy Boys. ,
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LONDON. Dec: 31 (UPI) -Th
United States, Britain and France
today, invited Russia to discuss
the Berlin question in the wider
framework of a German settle settlement
ment settlement and of European security.
In diplomatic notes handed to
the Kremlin today, the Big Three
Western powers said they -were
reaoy to enter into suco uiscuv
sions only "in an atmosphere de devoid
void devoid of coercion or threats."
.They; firmly and flatly reject-,
d the Soviet proposal for a
called free city, for West Ber Berlin.
'At the same time- they serv served
ed served notice on the Soviets that
they had "the right to maintain
garrison: in their sectors v of
Berlin -and to have free aceest
The 4000 word note told Moscow
that the Wastern powers "will
not accept a unilateral -repudiation
on the pan of the Soviet gov government
ernment government ; of its obligations in re respect
spect respect of that freedom of' access"
to the city. ,
The "West aiso firmly rejected
as unacceptable the substitution
of the East German, Communist
regim ..for ? the Soviet., govern government's
ment's government's responsibilities 'towards
The Western notes, fully back backed
ed backed by. the NATO alliance, left
the door open t Russia t for e
climb-down from her,, Nev j, 27
Berlin ultimatum, however 1
The notes told Moscow that the
Western governments J'could not
embark von discussions with the
Soviet government upon- these
questions under memace.'V.
"It is assumed that tms is not
the purpose, of We, Soviet note of
, i ii ninj., ,t ,,
Nov. 27, and that the Soviet gov government,
ernment, government, like themselves, is rea ready
dy ready to enter into discussions in
an atmosphere devoid of coercion
or threats.'.' ,..-
The nptet Invited V.Russia a!0
make her "views known on this
point "at n ,eaTly date." i
iney meoe i? eiear at the
tamo timo that ttio West still
stands by its demand for a so solution
lution solution of the, German problem
by frea all-German elections and
free decisions4; for an all-German
government,' or any other
proposals "genuinely ; designed"
to insure the reunification of
Germany In' freedom in 'any
They also underlined that thev
Tegara uie-ioiuaon of the Ger-
lasting settlement in1 Europe is obsolete just beciiase one of ing upon all of the signatories so era' powers to be In Berlin rests
man problem-as. essential ;i,if a four powers cannot be considered
to be. achieved." : -, them, having obtained the iull ad
These Western' views were set vantage therefrom, now. considers
out earjier in notes to the Soviet the time lias come to cancel thenr.
of Sept 30. At'-..L-.-. r "These greementg are" bind-
Today's notes specifically refer referred
red referred to these Western conditions
for a German settlement, and re reminded
minded reminded .the Soviets that it has
not yet repliec to them.
The three "Western notes made
also the following points, on the
THa Western allies withdrew
and 'permitted the Soviet occu occupation
pation occupation of large, parts of Meck Mecklenburg',
lenburg', Mecklenburg', Saxony, Turingia and
Anhalt, while by agreement the
.Western t power moved Into
their sectors in West Berlin.
The agreements "made by the
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