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PANAMA; R. P4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1957
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T'-V LONDON, Dec. 21 (UPh Britain hai scrapped Viang. to
K wroduce a 1500 mph rocket-Jet Hfhter and to compete with the
'., United States In deyelopment of lonf -ranee airllnew, it was
. reported today. dogIo'nf ,f eontttt6 by ihe' K0Ternment which
fares Socialist ouestionin on the Issue, would 1to the 11.8. a
SrtaaJ I monopoly on production of Jet alrlineri .ch ai the
. DC"lta1soBwould write "finish to the British aviation industry
L .mmBrclal hopes that soared only a week ao' when the turbo.
hteperta Giant" Bristol BriUnnla airliner started pp-
eratlnf between London and New York., v,, a
Wert German "rejection of thelto development of planes ; almost
TlriHsh SR-177 fignter, Wiucn vi"caucv w yiu nuuuc
. r:l Hpsrrihn as a "man
v ned missile," was. djscloaed yes-
' -terday. The Bonn 80vr3mpniujr,nge siriineri i, Wide open both
been expected to buy up 10 yw
, v the planes.' 1 -, . iJ In line with this, two of Bditain's
1 The' British -'Supply' Mintsymjljor plan? buUderg today ,ug.
,, withdrew its mulO-miUirai oouar geste(f 0 government that they
1 support for the fighter s ,oveiop teanl to build M jaedlumn-ange jet
. instead of the Saunde'rs-Ro SKBritish European Airways.
-177, West German neiense t
ter Tran-Josef Strauss has ... n
i'C,!P2cilic Lunch Room
tne rxahtar. A. deCWIOSt On
.i..th. wt flprmanv Will d1
them is expected early in the Newj
Year. ' '..'. 1 1
Avlstien soureet said ths sr-
tsnnia and probably ma ""s ""s-range
range ""s-range version of Britain s -ill
fated Comet jttliners would
the last lonfl-range airliners j Bo.
signed in this ceuntry. The com
.-.t i, axpected to b. In Mrvje.
in late 15 or early I960.
. mk. .nnii aid the reason was
that since the government; has
withdrawn financial support ior
nrnifipt. DrtVfltO Bl-
v.,,. rfaniriM it cannot at-.
ford to pour millions lofdoUarsin-
lien Zealand Team
Leading In iRacel" ;
To V.'ciIJ C:!!a
Dec. 28 "(UP) Sir
.i V TO 0,v .mi"
pushed wimiit 30u nnit
South Pole twlayIt appeared that'
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. Britain's Vman FUchs-to the bo-
.mm uiinnis ..Hie,!'" ""
. tA ha and hisNew Zea
J4T BlU. ftHCl"
ladders were 285 mUes from the
1 pole today-40 milea-nearer than
. when they started thetfi'heUj
bent" dash JWv J-te
ah advantage of abouU150. mUes
over Fuchs at that time, and
Presumably were holding their
. it appeared likely that Hinary
onh thfl U.S. basft at the
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worlds southern extremity by 1
Npw Year's Day.1- i 1
ThFnKhi nartv. attemotinK
trad-blazmg trek across Antarctic
ca. had not reprtea ns posmun
for two days. When' last hrd
from;-it was abou 500 miles from
Radio' Mscow reported "today
tht Snvint Antarctic explorers al
so wre on the- move. The Red
broadcast said a convoy left he
Soviet coastal base yesterday with
housing, fuel and instruments in-
tended for use in the interior. ;i
The Russians '-vplan -to s,etiip
' bases at the southern magnetic
' pole arid ?in the" so-called .:'area
of inaccessibility'! 500 miles north
west of the Tjole. f
Child Who RanvV-
Into Moving .Car?
' K six-year-old. Ancon child : was
.' knocked down by a car, but after
, being treated at Gorgas Hospital,
was released, v z ; A :
' According to a poh'ce report,
.Robert IX.Heald ran front ,a.curb
n Bayano 'Street into the right
front fender of an oncoming vehi vehicle.
cle. vehicle. ; :-! -T.r-:v rf.i-Cf'.-'i
The. boy was treated for lacera lacerations
tions lacerations above his left eye .and face
and arm bruises. w t '!
He ran into a car being driven
; by Hugh WErnisse, a 20-year-old
visitor here. vv? r '.."
Police said investigation of the
'" accident is continuing. a t-:s
ia Mary Vtofmcs' gottfea ttw first
firjf 4ay af Avgast, H iay fka redw eawoaaeaj tnn of
radierwa ncVnni m atarby AaXsidf and WT.
Scraps Plans i
- route. t j ,- ;
, But y,e Market for medium
North America and Europe.
- Opening lis Doors
To Public Jan. 1
ilQ FUDIIC Jfin. I.,-
r The Pacific luncheonette,; which
will provide the facilities now be being
ing being offered by La Boca Service
Center, will be opened to the pub public
lic public Jan, 1, it has .been announced
by the Supply and Employs Serv Service
ice Service .Bureau,., ,
To be housed in a part of Build Building
ing Building 44-A in the Balboa Industrial
Area, the new lunch room will op operate
erate operate on a 8 a.m. to lQ p.m. daily
schedule, which has been maint maintained
ained maintained in-the past by the Service
Center in La Boca. . ,
The luncheonette can be reach reached
ed reached either through a new entrance
now being constructed off Rose-
yelt Ave. or through the Industrial
Area yards 1
Th Frvtr Center at La Bocs
e vn)l t La fdcs-Commis-
ry nil fce cl. "d to the public
jpee. 31 as part of the present plans
for, abandonment of La Boca
us 1.1 tin Amrii-n' tnwnntA
"Bids were Bnened this' wV for
the demolition and removal of the
La Boca. Service Center building
and several other huildings in that
community- Actual work is expect expected
ed expected to start during; the month ; of
The 'elementary: school and Ju
Dior High School in La Boca will
continue to operate until Februa
ry 5. which is the'end of the La-
ua American scnooi year
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1 AMONATE, Va.; Dec 28 (UP)
Rescue workers today recover
ed the bodies of 10 miners trap
ped 500 feet underground in a gas
explosion yesterday. Mine officials
said the bodies were being brought
to the surface,
Fourteen men .were freed t'with t'with-out
out t'with-out a scratch ,t and led to their
waiting families about 1 a.m. to
day. Others in the mine icrew. a;
boiit J75 of them, had walked out
safety following the explosion at
:30 p.m. .yesterday.
W. A. Fuilerton special, assist assistant
ant assistant t the president of Pocahon Pocahontas;
tas; Pocahontas; Fuel. Co.. said 25 other, men
were trapped by. falling timber,
rock and coaU i
Federal state mine ? officials
and four mine rescue teams were
working in-the clogged shaft and
estimated at 4 a.m. they were a a-bout
bout a-bout 400 to 500 feet from the last
trapped men. They were progress progressing
ing progressing at a rate of about 100 feet an
hour, according to Fullerton, ?.
Telephone and radio communica communication
tion communication in the mine wa: knocked out
Ambulances and rescue equipment
came to the scene from throughout
this remote mining country along
the Virginia-West Virginia border,
car mmAmuasi "Hm
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iwi4; Dlfiise BudaeiS?
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TIRED; XLDERLY GENT TAKES 10.-r-It lia$ been a rough we ek for the traveller in the hammock., In. keeping with the tropin
cal climate, Santa is wearing jungle boots probably borrowed from a member of the 20th Infantry.! Neighborhood children
gathered round are (left to right) John Street, Jim McMinn, Cindy McMinn, Ruth Street, Tommy McMlnn. Joe street, and
Bill Haynes (U.S. Army photo)
''WASHINGTON,, Dec, 28 (UP)
Army officials estimated today
that about 220 of 726 formed 'of
ficers' and. enlisted'! men. discharg
ed as security risks between 1948
and 1955 may soon be granted tuny
honorable military ecordv
! This 'means that about 30 per
. cent, of: all former- Army
. officars and enlisted men sepa separated
rated separated for, security reasons since
the.- governmenf t. loyaty pre-,
gram began may receive hon honorable
orable honorable discharge under: a soe-'
del review program. 1 :
,;The Nsvy and' Ah? Force have
regular v discharge, review : pro
crams, but no soecial security re
view program on discharges, simi similar
lar similar to the Army's.'
The Army disclosed It had com
pleted- 1 reconsideration of 650; se
curity cases since-.' the program
began int March 1956, and 78 more
remain to be decided.-'!
Personnel officials f- emphsslred
that while' the changes were .de
signed to, correct : any, v unfair or,
harsh discharges, mey wa not
signify a let-up in Army j loyalty
security 2 standards in the years
since the end of congressional in'
u.;'.; U ;'. H'
They pointed out that the pro
gram-was being administered un
der regulations issued by Army
Secretary Wilber M. Brucker in
1955. These require "common
sense!' Judgments on the signifi
cance of-previous subversive ties
and consideration of the soldier's
overall military recordwhen diavj
The 726 discharges m'd not con
cern, security violations wnue in
the Army. Most of the eases in
volved personal association with
communist or other subversive or
ganizations before- Army induc
tion. Mtnf falsified their Army
records to cover up such ties.
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U.S. Revenue Off
To Aid Filing Income Tax Returns
.Representatives V TJ.S In-
ternal,, Revenue-. Service. -will, be
assigned to Panama City and the
Canal Zone early in 1953. to assist
non-resident citizens Hn the prep
aration of Iheir Fedefal Income
tax returns. Wendell L. Lindsey is
scheduled to be in the Canal Zone
from Feb. 10 to April 18 and James
C. Maguire in Panama City from
April 7 to April 15. J"
With respect to return filing
dates, the Internal Revenue Serv
ice advises: ..
"The .due date for filing income
tax returns (Forms 1040 and
1040A), for the. calendar year 1957
and declarations of estimated tax
fForm 1040ES) for the year 1958.
is April 15, 1958. United States ci
tizens residing or travelling a a-broad
broad a-broad on the due date (April 15),
however,' are automatically grant
ed an extension of time by the
Regulations to June 15, 1958, for
filing their 1957 calendar year re
turns. Persons who take advantage
of this extension must pay interest
at 6 per cent on the unpaid por
tion of their 1957 tax from April
Reef Ir Xwibheah r.
A two-day delay In her Journey
to Japan wul be "required of the
Liberian freighter Georeios which
strutk a reef in the Caribbean be
fore arriving at Cristobal.
The 7.480-gross ton ship 4 whicl
sailed from Norfolk, Va., -with a
cargo of coal was found- to have
underwater damage in the forward
part of the hull -by divers who
made an inspection Thursday night
at Cristobal. v - r
The ship, whose forepeak was
flooded, was .three feet down by
the bow. Temporary patches will
be msde here. They are expected
to take about two day.
The Georeios is owned by the
Monrovia Steamshio. t Company,
and has been chartered to the Li-
vanos Steamship Corporation. .
the Best-Selling Noyel by: Neyil Shute
aackaal aaft riaache aast Tba atr va araorka,
rSt artr 4nmk. Jt'i aaftinj aova aow ta rhe taW
raace af Kta aaWaai.
jeers Arriving Soon
Ji, butters Jsot're"i1j,ptl.,jSaui)av
eh interest -on 'the 'amount due
wilh thpii- lQU riprlnrntinn rf enti.
mated tax ' 1
' 1 ' ' w "' t
returns 'antr aeciaaruons or es
umeteo siax'must oe suDwuen to
the District. Director 1 of internal
nevenue ior; ine oisinci m wiucn
the taynaver'i letfal residence Or
jprincipal place of business in the
wjnited States is located. Jf a- tax-
payer uvmg w a toreign country
has-no legal residence or principal
place of business in the United
States, he must file his return and
declaration with; and pay his taxes
to, the Director of International
Operations, Internal Rev enue
Service, Washington 25, D.C.
To Seek Arms ; ;
In Red Countries
DJAKARTA; Dec. 28 TUP)-In
donesian Foreign. Minister Suban
drio today indicated his govern
ment might turn to Communist
countries for arms if the U.S. takes
no actios? on Indonesia 's request
to buy American weapons.
.;,.The Foreign Minister said the
request for U.S. armr had been
made repeatedly to-the State De Department.
partment. Department. ,i.. ':Sj
' '"The government will seek xn xn-clh?r
clh?r xn-clh?r market for arms," Ine For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister was quoted as tell telling
ing telling a local newsmen unless tlie
U.S. decides to suopiy them..' ;
5 i:V A';; 'tn-'
Subandrio noted that a number
0: countries naa aee.i approccned
by Indonesia including Switzerland,
Sweden, France, Italy and "east
en' b'oc" nations including C7e
choslovakis, Poland and Yugosla Yugoslavia.
via. Yugoslavia. Dr. Subandrio was quoted i as
saying "it might be possible" that
t'.my mission would be cent to
t' c East European spates tc aeeo-
tiie arms purc1i.3. . ;
aof it farrrMw'i eatHae
US Embassy Wives
Make Yule Merry
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(nwik ,f tt. ..
of Lsr Mata and in Chorrillo had
I a happier Christmas because of
gm delivered to them from the
wives ot U.S. Embassy officers
ine women devoted a half a day
ur several montns to work under
i the direction of Mrs. Julian fitk.
I Harrington, wife of the Amba&sa-
uof n sewing and reconditioning
,ln:La Mata, a village off 'the
ueaien iracK not far from Santia Santiago,
go, Santiago, a f mil day of fiesta was declar declared
ed declared after the gifts had been pre
sented in the schoolhouse. The
gifts included articles for children
from five to 17. There were also
toys such as a large rocking horse
and musical instruments to be us
ed by many children at the school.
For the children in Chorrillo.
gi-ts of clothing and toys were del delivered
ivered delivered to Rev. Guillermo Sosa I.,
PBRO of the church of Our Lady
of Fatima for distribution. Father
Sosa is welli known for his many
charitable; endeavors in behalf of
the children, of Chorrillo.
The women did their work of
sewing, painting4, reconditioning',
wrapping and packing, at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence. Each gift was in individually
dividually individually and tastefully wrapped.
There were sewing kits, baseball
equipment, balls, articles of cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, and a git of toothpaste and
soap from the Colgate-Palmolive
'ffOlT COME be got so tired If he travelled by this serersJ-relndeT-Wwr helicopter? n n-Mr.
Mr. n-Mr. North Pole himself, arriving at the CocoM Little League ball park to greet more thsi
children at a Christmas party there. Asd have those jungle boots been traded ia i:r i
" boots? (Official UA Navy photograph).'::
ver $40 Billion
-GETTYSBURG, Pa., Dec. 28 (UP) In thelilst
seclusion bf Kis farm President Eisenhower today nearrd
a final figure oh the heavy cost next year of making t!.3
nation's missile might equal Russia's. T
White House press secretary James C. Hagerty sc:J
a determination of the size of the 1958 defense ''has r.:t
been made definitely but
Defense officials were reported to have submitted recc i i-mendations
mendations i-mendations in excess of 40 billion dollars. ; t"
Budget Director Percival Brundage was exVect:J
here next week along with other, high administration cf cf-ficials
ficials cf-ficials to help complete the President's Jan. 9. State if
the Union message and a later budget message to. Cc i i-gress.'
gress.' i-gress.' T -r
The Chief Executive also plan planned
ned planned to play the part of the doting
grandfather to his four grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren on the first full day of his
New Year holiday week of work
and rest here.
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower, mo motored
tored motored to the farm yesterday afternoon,-
accompanied by three;, of
Hagerty declined to confirm- or
would lfhif li SCO. in
'Ir ",fund"n:th 'hew
.ue at tl discretion- ie exploit
new mistile er rocket break
,The press secretary- Itr response
to questions, also said he doubted
whether a final draft of a reply to
Soviet Premier Nikola! A. Bulga
nin's "peace" proposals would be
completed until after New Year's.
He said the reply ws being pre.
oared by the State' Department.
Hagerty said .before it was dis
patched to the Kremlin the Presi
dent would confer witn secretary
of State John Foster Dulles, who
also will be away from Washington
over the holiday.
Hagerty does not look for De
fense secretary men ti. Mcniroy
to come here. But he thought the
President and McElroy would get
together in Washington soon after
the Chief Execuive returns next
McElroy is spending the holi
days at his home in Cincinnati,
The nroce'ssion of White House
limousines from Washington to
Gettysburg yesterday was largely
family affair. The Eisenhower s
youngest grandchild,- Mary Jean,
2, daughter of Maj. and Mrs.
John S.i jEisenhower. rode in the
first ar. bouncing up and down
on the ear seat between her
grandfather and grandmother.
in tne next car was David, 9,
Susan Elaine who will be seven on
New; Year's Eve., They rode with
Rose ;Wood, Mrs... Eisenhower's
maid.i r t'
Mrs. John Eisenhower and the
IVUi Lll VlllAU, V4il VO B mU'l, U. UAV
tored to Gettysburg last night, and
fmirfh HtkiM Da.Kan. A tin. a w a
John Eisenhower will join
. f t
I think it wilf be short!,."
family here later today.'' -The
John Eisenhowers' 1
their own cottage on the-1
hower estate, a handsome h-
which once was
a country sciiuol
Their place Is at the far no-4h-western-
tip of the Eisenho cr
property and some distance from
the President's house. r
Another passenger in tlie' presi presidential
dential presidential -calvaradit vasl-nrrf.,.
tfTii-Mttmiie Wei mat ner
and normally lives at ( i.
l.he handsome dog was brou lit
to the Whfte House for Christmas,
ncwevef, obviously for- the ecjoy.
ment of the grandchUdren.
The President's staff -for this
trip was small at the start and
included only his. personal seere
w?: .Ann Whitman;? Col.
Walter Tkach, the assistant W (e
House Phvsician. nlna-, -M- -i-
and his staff. r ,,rrr"
The local -n ewspaperTthe
Gettysburg Times carried a'frnnr
Page box reporting- the)
approximate time of. the- Tria.
ident's arrival As a resutt'iersi
was a crowd at the front Tgate.
an unusual sight ainr th wil
rarely is told very much. in. nu
Vance When Mr. Eiaenhnuwr
Waterworks Road, j which Tuns i
along the north side of the Eisen.
hower farm, was so clogged with -automobiles
that stt nnii
to direct traflfic. The PrWon
and Mrs. Eisenhower waved gaily
as their limousine buttm intn ih.
grounds but the car did not pause,
Yokohomd Courf i:
Sentences Two US
CIs To 3 YearVi
YOKOHAMA. Japan. Dec 2JU.
WPy-i The ; Yokohama district
court sentenced two Chicago serv servicemen
icemen servicemen today to serve three years
and six months at hard labor in- a
Japanese prison. (
1 Naval Airman Nick W. Maintan
Is, 22, and Marine Pvt. David G.
Morrow, 20, had been found yuilty
of beating a Japanese cab driver
and taking his taxi. .
TDK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY; DECEMBER 28, 10SY
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THIS IS rOUt FORUM THI KIADIRS OWN COLUMN ,
" f TImj MaR Bex h an pan roram fat reader The 'anam America
latter) are received iratefuNv aae ara handled in a whellv caafidanHal
roe caatrtbe a latter don't ba Impatient H doesn't appear the'
et day. Utter ant ambltsbad in tba order received,
t Plea t t keep tba letter limited te ana page length.
: Identhv at tetter writer hi held In ttricteet confidence
Thb newspaper attune no respeniibllHv for statements el OftiaioM
. express.' letter tram readers.
THE MAIL BOX
TIN CUP IN SANTA ANA PLAZA
Much, Needed Lift
: 'r t "nino-er icnow All" (Mail Box. Dec. 26) take up Ws tin
cup and establish himself on the shady side of Santa Ana Ka Ka-iaT
iaT Ka-iaT We Gringos are becoming immune to handouts and give giveaways
aways giveaways however importunate the outstretched hand or clenched
lst as the case may be. Let him forego his pipe-dreams and
.study the fundamentals of contracts, treaties and meeting one s
freely accepted obligations.
There will always be Jobs for Panamenos on the i Canal
v...4 -ortioiiinr talents lustlfv the waaeg paid. How-
eyer. until they can demonstrate in their own domain thai they
are capable of efficiently running complex industrial enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, you can bet old Tio Sam, will keep his Gringos here.
Running a brewery or two and a string of honky-tonks
does not make for the know-how of manning an interoceanic
Canal with a billion dollar plant. Ginger's Fuerza y Luz. tele telephone
phone telephone system (?), post offices and vehicular traffic handling;
are fine examples of his paisanos' best efforts. Of course his
colleagues have had but four centuries to make a modem city
out. of their capital, but we'll aUow for that.
-And if Tio Sam does proceed with a Nicaraguan, Pitch, de de-Ipitethe
Ipitethe de-Ipitethe tolcanos. tides, tempests and poUticos, we will still
need Gringos here to safeguard their Interests (which are
Ginger's too) and to provide mankind with a 'qulck,v- clean
transit between the oceans. Know.Nothnf
, SPEEDING IN CTJRTJNDU
The MPs should take action to control speeding cars on 8th
BtJCurundu. Most drivers do not obey the speed limit, there.
' The take the street for a thoroughfare, not thinking of kids
crossing the street, or riding bicycles there. I hope the MPs
take action before an accident occurs.
, 8th Street Resident
. ""'Srw inh in need of new members, age from 35 to 50,
American citizens. -Sometimes we like to exchange recipes, but
thnaain thing is to' know the life of our neighbors. So if you
have children from a few months ;up to five years old, join us.
Brtnir their pacifier, diapers, etc., because our meetings under
the-house start at 8:30 a.m. and run on till past noon. We are
; ih Iamh nur t.h plubhonse and Dost office. It's easy to
V-UW AWVVwU w
ruii-back home. .
' -You can find us easily because there Is always a dog bark bark-.
. bark-. ingr children screaming and members busy talking. Wont any
Curundu housewives join us? Hurry, hurry. Our news is get get-tlng
tlng get-tlng stale. The 5th Street Gossip Club
' FRONTIER INCIDENT
' P Onel!ay tte oocf people t Panama wilt afee uMo rind
.fliit 'what the foreiener already. Icnows, i.e. that they are living
In a police state and not in a repuouc. i reier to me ireL ireL-ment
ment ireL-ment two Britons received at the hands of the National Guard
In Chirlqui, near the Costa Rican frontier. This after the tra travellers
vellers travellers had beeft received courteously in 45 other countries they
" I admire the manner in which the two globetrotters pro-
A. D.u rttna kiif dnnht. that. T.hM will fifet
" much satisfaction from there. Since when has a member of
the Guard been punished for autocratically abusing his author-
?He can always cite that "wonderful" (to him) law about
iack of respect" for the Guard, or any of Its members. Then
the accuser (the Guard) turns Itself into a Judge and finds the
bruised and abused victim completely at fault, usually for noth-
'. tag more than trying to express his own point of view.
The Foreign Office is too busy trying to wring more dollars
' cut of the Canal to worry about simple justice, and to investi investigate
gate investigate properly an abuse reported by, a foreigner. It is political
suicide to buck the National Guard. A few more wallops at
that old punching bag called Uncle Sam brings more profit,
' But how will Panama look In tne eyes or me woria wnen
the Panamericah Highway opens, and thousands of tourists
driving down to this fair land get molested by frontier offl
cials as did these Britons?
. a anomsf. a. rfemitv be aDDOinted (one not sensitive to Xo-
niton oonniderallons. t there be such a creature) to investigate
Impartially all such reports of members of the National Guard
exceeaing tneir aumorrcy, ana w repon. aueuuy to rre
The National Guard should be the courteous servants of the
people of Panama, not blackjacking oppressors or noerty.
By VICTOR RIISBL
'Twss the night before Christmas
and in labor's house t
George Meany was busy expelling
Protecting the members, their
rtgnts sad tbelr jobs
By ridding the, unions of minions
The hoods, in chagrin, V quickly
spreaa through tne nation
With talk of creating a new fed federation.
George Meany's unworried and
wars no enigma:
rie nas noimng 10 ier irom a I
gang wrtn that stigma.
But the fight on the mob, with no
tnougnt of surrender.
Is only one point on George Mea Meany's
ny's Meany's agenda:"
Surrounded by Reuthers, Dubin-I
skys and Hayeses
ae u carry tne. ball for a new
Cpund of raises.
For this blunt-spoken plumber
wno's buut luce a rock
Has given old timers a terrible
They wanted a president plod
der and pleader
But Meany upset them by be-1
ing a leaaeri
You can find among labor chiefs
many a aeadnead,
A term you can't Use for that
brash Detroit redhead:
Explosive, persuasive. the fast-
Now crowding the 50's no long
er a "youuier
Has hundreds of plans shorter
work wees: to rockets
And just "happens" to have the
aetaiis in nis pockets.
Another Detroiter a biff, bang
ana ooa-er 1
A hard-fisted Teamster by name
James K. Hoffa.
Who seems to be getting his day
in siK Aiir
With an army of lawyers bis fees Ls1i1lhw",: Dunne, one of
miiat annnnrt Hollywood's most beauuful and
Is the sDark-Dhif of union, the dignified ads, batting the 42nd
Street weather near the U.N
And they'll soon war against him ?heti nowt" United Nations dol-
Al Hayes, the machinist, a man real. n Joba ke
of great tact is Gillespie. .Author Truman Capo-
He heads the Committee on Ethi- w? has changed hts hair hair-pal
pal hair-pal Praotipn do. No longer features bangs. .
But more to the point than just Count Basie, toe Birdland maes-
I HnrmB ins Tnnne I, j nwwA tab
He fights to save missUe makers P?8 ,owndiet; Off likker and on
tneir jobs. s a&B. ruiiuu t u u 1 l u oue
And Hayes wUI remind you, wtth iu" nWd 45.lbs- ). v
tHniri. ir. ' FDR's widder who reportedly wis
That' old machinists dont fade a- ak.!.d Aowmail.y free nousejeats
way: tbev iust tool and Hie. jwu .uw
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NEW YORK HEARTBEAT
meetings and so
Dave McDonald bought time for t m ut;
a Sfteel TV show. of-towners, enjoying a ghmpse of
A real union meeting is flashed .York" u"kcd "bb.iei
on the aeti "Whatever happened to the 3rd
And rnnrt. in t.t.il ,u.tlAVenUe L V
..fw uvau uc
eacn viewer gets.
wht "TCUUC i wnren ne
"" 1 tkiMtaitAil "I7n 4k n
The members, at home, 'hoar ac accounts
counts accounts of their gains
While they guzzle their beer
and just sit on their brains.
Even if it wuz still here they'd
prob'ly be on strike". .Groucho
Marx at the "Peyton Place"
party describing a colyumist:
You look like a corrunt Santa
The crocodile tears so-called
Bv now must have cm. t, th- L.T,mP,' Fu VlgnaHti: Mrs.
Voi w. k-.j liteve Allen writes: "Thanks so
For most are just lazy (though B. Lmfc
some are airaid),
xooxit Big (Mau box, uec. z is so rigni in criucizmg
the "strain at a mat. swallow a camel" aDDroach of Panama
officials In campaigning to strip historic buildings of their at
tractive plants wmie allowing countless swamp areas to nour
lsh ax breeding grounds for mosauitoes.
- The folks unfortunate enough to dwell in the bachelor
'fluarters on FraneiDanl street in Ancon can attest to the im
possibility of sitting below their houses of an evening because
or tne buzzing nests on saiari from tneir nappy nomes near
the Olympic stadium.
This is not only a pesky, but a dangerous situation. Ma
laria's no fun. .v
And while on the subject of unsanitary conditions in the
Republic, what aoes with the garbage collection situation?
EavervDoav exuecwa. wncii rmmma ujuk un nils au-im-
portant function from the Zone, that things would deteriorate.
But that they would fall to such an all-time low seems hardy
' For eoine on five days now. evU-smelUne. overflowinsr ear
bage cans have disgraced the streets of the capital city and
Colon Mayor Jose. M. Vives was quoted as describing his
eity as -sitting on an infectious volcano." a viva for Senor
Vive., May nls protest bring prompt remedial action.
t Soap-and-Water Boy
GVli FILL YOUR MEEDSi:
But all seem in search of a cut
They read all the papers yet
Sit back unmoved ,-Despite
Despite ,-Despite what McClellan and Ken
bout our baby. Steve said he had
sucn a nice visit with you on the
planeto the Coast He meant to
tell you that his scraobook con
tains a clipping from your col column
umn column written 35 years aeo A-
bout Steve's birth. You must have
They want to' stay home and ,k! L.MSSS.
watch TV each night
and Billy Allen". .Scene: Hotel
lobby man desk: Tap on shoulder
Ana let just a Handful keep uoIk. i T " ,,
the Bood fieht. by lovely young lady: "Hello, Mr
n!JSZLfS.- ..,- Winchell. I'm Shirley Temme".
beatSng "f" ."Howdooyoodoo, Mrs. Black? I
la very little g
since you were
As most union members
come to a meeting.
Thm 1 .1.1- 1L J
;.r Memo. a Midnlffhtar: The
That's just what they want
sad-tilers to do.
With no one to stop them
grabbing the reins,
They sell out the members
wipe out their gains.
Perhaps, dear old Santa, you
have a new gift
To. give union members some
spark and some lift;
And then, if they use it, perhaps
who can tell
They'll recapture their unions and
all will be well. V
surprise the "Farewell te Arms
cast. Whan the star left Rome ha
rerrtod bachelor quarter aay Ing:
"I'll be back In few months
. ."Garden of Eden" (the nuditt
film) got seme good notices. One
critic gave it four moles. . Don't
invito Prince Rainier and Gyp,
the Blood to the same pardae.
. .Sunny Gale's rnw recording
("A Meeting of the Eyes") is
ackchelly an updated version of
the oldie, "Dry Bonei." ...There
are fewer iidewaik aantat this
year than in any Broadway sea season.
son. season. .Elvis Presliiy wily pay
more income tax this yea'r than
all his knockers put togedda. His
latest love is Gigi Day, a tassle-
tossing stripp. .Thrush Thai ma
Carpenter (a large Click in
Rome) is the favorite pashtime
of Count Paulino Casper ... The
Empah Room at the Waldorf will
haw- the highest New Year's Eva
tariff. A mere 75 per pair.
: .'! Si"'', f '' .''' ''
Big Town Novelet:. He is a
combination actor Casanova. .He
was seeking a way to unload a
beauty when he met a long-time
pal be hadn't seen for weeks. .
The pal berated him for "never
introducing me to any of your
dolls". ."No sooner said than
done." chuckled our hero. "I'll
break my date with a honey for
tonight and set it up for you". .
The pal and gal dated and a gen genuine
uine genuine romance bloomed. . .They
are now engaged. .Several
months elapsed. .The actor-Lo
thario encountered this old pal
again. .This time the buddy haul hauled
ed hauled off and flattened him. ."Are
you nuts?" asked the flabbergast
ed ham. "I thawt you were. hap
py with her!". ."I -am!" was
the hysterical reply, "but I can't
stand the torture of knowing she
U.Sr BASES OVERSEAS-I flew
across uie Auanuc 10 visit Amer
ican bases in the Azores, Moroc
co ana -my auring tne wnrisi
mas.season..;i.4-..1ir..j:'1,'....'. : :')':''
For the last two years a srrouo
oi emeriainers orsamzea oy Mi
chael Sean 0 Shea have give
their time and talent to" go 'with
me- to bases near the North Pole.
This year we are .visiting North
Since this is an area where Lit
i tie Rock did more demaee than
sputnikj 'l "asked Abe Saperstein
I owner of the Hrlem Globetrot-.
Iters, to let them come a'ong.
Abe graciously agreed, at con
siderable expense to himself; so
the Globetrotters are staging some
t exciting basketball with the U.S
AL-Stars in North Africa.' ? ;'. i"t
v BY PUSHBUTTON
- While tne statesmen debate
peace or war in Paris, the boys
I i if M i, 1 .' J J ill 11.' J
stationed out in jnia-mianuc" nu
on the rim of the Sahara have
I been carefully wttching. 1
They should. Tbey have most at
stake, if war creaks, u some trig
eer-happy, warmonger goes on
spree, they are the guys ; who'll
be in the thick ot batue witnin
; 15 minutes. J
Wars have changed a lot these
i days. They can come quickly
They can come irresponisibly
Here are some of the things those
on the iront line, 'and we on the
home line, lace:
A missile expert at Cape Cana Canaveral,
veral, Canaveral, Fla., pushed the wrong- but
ton on a Snark. the other day. He
meant to change its course, but
be pushed the destroy button in
stead and the Snark exploded, sup
pose he had pushed another wrong
button and sent it into Miami, Rio
de Janeiro, or Mexico City P There
Raehoin?. ra'i aU nt vA. can be no monkey-business with
i AAV 0 J Ul MM lUU' I 1 . imai -I . 1
die Fisher fwhn in nn Kim Ma. missiles inese aayc mis is we
.? -- I f nnehKiitrAM t.affnA '1lirH
nivn fir IQvnl. hue haan rrt 11 1 v. muoi uuhwu WfliWiB
W J MVVlj Kit I fv .-1 1 a ; x a 1
im Mn in fh n. 9 .. wuues wants to wsiau m west
. -. " F.iimno
.The most decorated woman in
wo nuiiu uxfimix uuuaa uuao I r. ( ,l .t
of an eatery on East 58tft. She l'tl:ir
wears a frank nn which im nin. '-'"".I f" "."l
ned morMhan 1000 niedals. The Vairelevilors Ind
gffiaff SncS1 XPriVat Sf waSlfoufrih 'J&
Z genera!8) Bince 41- would be knocked out first.
h New York
WAR BY STARVATION '-ClvU
'' '-3. S i;'r; V'
Manhattan, Murals:,.Th Salva
Army band playing in front of a
h Avenue store famed for mila
dy's finery. The little band has
to fight Uu crt of Passe m by I
Pssm byl" chorus'd by picket.
. .The t a st chnaina Manhattan
ckyUraprskylin-4 .Good r4 d-
dance to the ugliness of the re recent
cent recent Roteland and Manhattan stor-
WAR BY WEATHERThe Rus
sians are reported to have a sec secret
ret secret powder which,, sprinkled -on
show and ice, melts it this could
melt the polar icecaps' and flood
the cities of New York, Boston and
Philadelphia , c-vV.
more," they- are" doing: something
about it.:--.- ljl
My mftil,"my conversation's show
that seldom be ore have people
even been thinking so much, real realizing
izing realizing so yividly .the, dangers of
Pushbutton war ira 4
Mrs. .Howard J. Thomas, wife'
Of a hardware merchant in Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, Va., has been thinking in
l "lutn, suf a visirea tne soviet
-mDassy, w wasnmgton three
times to talk about peace. 1
Mrs. Reva Beck : Bosone, the
former pongresswoman from U-
tah, has been thinking- about it so
much she came to see me with an
Idea 'to, exchange mothers with
RUSSia. She would tApV Kn inn
American mothers and send them
for two weeks to live in Russian
homes; haye the same number of
Kusaian mothers come to li v in-
American homes, .f : i
l eiwmen wojfJd have to -be
carefullv- rhnn Fit i:.!r..
Dorothy Houghton of Red Oak. Io Iowa,
wa, Iowa, former nrosirtonf tk. V.J
5rugreatJob direcUng this.
3h,not 'the 0fnen a
chance to work Wpeaee?'Vsava
S2j rto&Utt TsonSm TsonSm-to
to TsonSm-to the-world. see them march off
as soldiers. Thpv h- Ct? Xs1
hardest br,,t 7 ."CBr
ers of RuiaVndtoTuni edS;
could set toffPth0. .a ."j'ir1!
each other. ISMS
It s an exceUent idea -provided
it's repeated vct ",tZ
back and forth ; between, ihe two
big countries in whose hands rests
th peace of the world.
These are lust ta u.
dreds of fcla-rwIK...i
people jWhounderstand the Jdan.
gers of pushbutton warfare whd
worry that their hV t?,.?
f,. iking me about weapons
to-people friendship to prevent
Cast of Character: Joe Van
Fleet of "Look Homeward. An
gel" arrives at the theater Siiours
before asbestors-time just to get
in the mood. .Carol Lawrence
(heroine of "West Side Story")
is a weeoer on cue. She can cry
you a river and does twice eacn
pen. . .Steve Lawrence, the
songster, who auth'd a mag arti article
cle article titled "Why I've Remained a
DONT TELL JONES
WAUSAU, Wis. (UP) A Christ
mas card addressed simply to
Neil Jones in Wausau was return returned
ed returned to the sender with a notation
address unknown." But no one
at the post of ice had the courage
to tell Jones about it.
He's the postmaster of Wausau,
and what's more, he's the only
Neil Jones in the entire city of
about 40,000 population.
Slim-Lighters I y
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00 ....
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
1 or other securities.
25c. 50c- $1.00 and $5.00
t v. -'v -v- -'
deposits are accepted thru a period
rl of.48 weeks .
Individual safety deposit boxes, for f ewe try and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
An Central Ave. at
. eeraer ef T! Street
freat 81 at eeraer -i
ef 7th St
a A. Dc ROUX,
- Men-rer ;
; CARLOS MOUYNES V;
i a ,s Sae-emuiacer .'-
' Yrm t: ajH. te lt:Sf
SATTKOATS: lYesa t SS aja U IIM BJO.
POISON AND 41 EAT- Ever, if
Russia doesn't 'melt the. .icecaps
Tlr V.Awurtl .TeHcM-TAstf tva
lildlnB. v The holiday doll consuming so, much coal, oil, and
In the Window Of th N.Y. I oa that .arhVin mnnnvirla i,i th.
savings oanK ar KOCKareirar uiv la r i ett. ntf h whli. fhn, aft
- :' s. i mosnherA is ppttintf hnttpr Thn
ny tne year zuoa tne polar icecaps
Tnicht molt frnm InHnctrial boat
Times Square Confetti: The and Cases.
Dept. of Justice chief (Wm. Roe- All of this "adds tin to the fart
t U 5 1 il l I. I. I j a a. -. a . .
; ioia menas uie oov i wiu i inai me world is getting more
Start a campaien to de-emohasize I crowded, more camnHpaieri and
the glamor of sports and play up Uhere's more absolute necessity to
educational and scientific news. get along with each other. We've
.Ann Conway, the Wonderful got to regulate not orilv such thincs
hatchick at Maurice could stand as auto traffic and. the killing of
in iot n.im iovaK. same 1 1- seais in tne iterina strait r which
houette. .Telegram from Patrol we've done; on a friendly basis
men's Benevolent Ass'n: "Your with Russia if or 50 years), but
24,100 policemen and their' fami- we've also got to regulate how
lies would appreciate1 your men- much carbon monoxide we put in-
tioning their emereencv rola in to the air: Among other things, it
just settled trans t strike. The causes cancer.
Worked 12-hour four, thav 1nt
their dav off. cnt nn nvrtim nr If we can't cooperate With tttwh
bonus pay as the non striking other wc can't get along with
su-Dway woricers rot. dome tun. I V14 wwacx mvu uivuizauon -wis
waneri ". ,astside swishes live jmuict u- poison our-
a "secret matrimonial bureau" on
ara in the 50s. .We'll wager
Two Cigarettes 1 n the Dark"
will be remembered long after
tne new "Silhouettes" (a rocknroll
hit) fs forgotten. .Sign spotted
on a btn Street oediatrician'a
aoor: "Out to wunch. Back at
Santapplause: f'Down Tn The
Depths." the hew nieht cluh aUr.
ring uon Adams and .songstress
Isobel Robbins. .Tony Bennett's
new ainum, "Beat of My Heart"
. .Don Elliott's latest album
(due shortlyy does aU. six voices
plus the instruments. .Peter l.
itpunda's crewa t the Eden Roc.
. .Merv Griffm'aHoming Bird"
Broadway Owl: "The H a
moon Is Over" dittv from th i,L
cvmiag musigai, ."Body iBeauU-
ful." will Itav in -.,
Novelty for party-givers: Person-
auzea xoriune cookies that con
tain any message you order,
c-nana .aen, leadmg . lady of
ocmuDergs mm,. "Across the Ev-
eFfflaHA. tm T..n .1: ...
Zl r Awaeu itUHI Villas
Messinnger. .Radio dead? t NBC
ana Mutual will raise rates .for
advertisers in '58. .Movie star
Jack Lemmon eniov a tall ratin
am ..J .r. . a
u auu siage-ana-screen,- .
Pinky Lee, t TV rage not long
". ia uepressea aoout nis fu future
ture future in Show biz. The n.rt hnnk-
ing is for three weeks in Vegas
next July. He nut mnat a hi.
ionune to,O00) into a H'wood
mansion instead ef a bank. .
When Peggy Maley finished an
emoUonal scene for a "Winchell
File" Desilu film the Jarge cast
and crew broke into heftv eheera
and applause. : .,
' Setmd I the Nlehti The X)o X)o-ria:
ria: X)o-ria: "She kisses tike an Edsel"
. .At the Little Club: "One thing
failure has ever suecess. Yea
dont have to share it with T any
one". -At the Copa: "Broadway
knockers never rap atybody they
wounldn'i wp plces with". ;
At Lmdy's: 'Typical nothing. One
of th Broad wee tet". JVt the
Miramar: -"Rare as a kept wom-
selves or flood ourselves off
map or someone will push
;T,hese are some of ; the things
I've been thinking about and some
our troops are thinking about
while allied statesmen talk about
more missiles and missile bases
SHE TALKED TO
A lot of other' people are think thinking
ing thinking along similar lines. Further-
" The- American ..two parly ...
system of politics came inta ,.
existence- during the presl
dency of George Washington,; ;
The Federalist party of Wash- 4
ington," Alexander Hamilton
and John Adams, favoring a
strong central administration
and federal aid to commerce,
controlled the government un until
til until 1801. Th Republican party
of Thomas Jefferson and James
Madison,, with strong support
among southern planter and
farmers of the South and West,
took the opposite point of view :
on these issues.
' Britannic. Jr. Encyclopedia.
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Ladies end Gentlemen
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41 Female saint
34 Wild bog ;
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER ZS, !?. ....
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THR PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWHPAPEK'
WnriBTFFN MEMBERS of the School for Latin America. USAF at Albrook S raduated recently from a 38-liour prepartory Instructors course conducted
II PSS SSffMd lMtiue "Graduates are: left to right, front row, MSgt,-Horaclo G,,Urlbe TSgt. Henry Gomez Instructor MSgt.
nvJil o rta'inetnintnr, m Rat. Hnrv t.: Cantino I. Diaz. TSat. Artu fo Zapata. MSgt. Mario DeArea, Instructor, and TSgt.' Ernesto Arrlola; in-
JSS.JrJZ, n-nn. ftsirt. .rose R. Hernandez. SSsrt. Carlos Castro. SSgt.. Jose A. Vargas SSgt.-Michael R. Nolla, TSgt. Eduardo
LarTazahfiL TSgt. Raymuhdd a: Garcia, SSgt, Frank Martinez, Jr., SSgtArturo Daylla, MSgt. Jose
."instructor, and TSgt. Jesus Morado, Instructor.
A. Garcia, instructor, MSgt. Jose M. Galdiarto,
. (Official USAF Photo)
By OSWALD JACOBY
WriHn for NEA Sarvic
V 9 8 32
a hoitr BOURSE In the operation of IBM machines was completed recently by 10 employes of Base Supply. MaJ. Clar Clar-tZ
tZ Clar-tZ Vvt- Rtfnhenson Base Accountable Supply Officer, presented certificates of completion to two key punch operators and
mhin orlerators last week Left to right: Mrs. Cecilia H. Gllnes Instructor; Capt. James D. Clifford,
chief SASrSTi S Lawren ce; Mrs. Edna E. Vickers; Wilfred L Washington; Miss Estellita
Wong; Mteff LelSto 5fea? Vincent A. VassaU; Luis E. de Leon;' Felix D. Mackay; yto ta&?lirSi&
i-r"" T kuJi -t- - - i i
IflA MOVIES TELEVISION ft W I
by Erskine Johnson Jll I
UL I Nfi Start Conispondtnt .jrf J Vmml&U .-i
! 7nnn V F Wc Onprt inn antA f hiic
Winds Up At Tuberculosis Hospital
HOLLYWOOD (NEA). Behind
the Screen: The I Spy plots. tel television's
evision's television's "Foreign Intrigue" are
being" matched today in a black
market of Hollywood intrigue, ac according
cording according to" Jerry Lewis. With a
hiimn pwin of live TV shows tis-
m guest stars in Movietown this
leaSODj li s jerry s tiiai6
"script-out lines, gags and even
mimeographed copies of scripts
are being sold to rival TV shows
' J.rry bid ": "For 100 I
wat offtrod th mimogrphd
script of a big hrwork vri vri-.
. vri-. tyvishbwTfivo"dy; :brI.th
program wnt on tha ir,f ?
The -comedian says he arid sev several
eral several other stars, with their own
shos have taken a "You can t
trusi anyone" stand and are hav having
ing having Scripts -mimeographed lliece lliece-meal
meal lliece-meal in different'-plaees. Fearing
theft of his material;, Jerry says
he had the script St his last- slfow
secretly; mimeographed in a sub suburban
urban suburban LoAngeles eOmmtmi,1yi' 20
miles from TV Alley.
Martin"; announcement that he
has purchased, for $100,000, and
will filmithe Georgie Raft biogra biography;
phy; biography; "Out' of My PasW' was a
little out :f : line, says George,
who told me;" .;;rT.".:
"He jnerely nas a 90 day op option
tion option on it nd I haven't seen any
moneyyet;; . jft
News Item: Television introduc introduces
es introduces new", smger 15-year ld Su
Silo? Dbggone ft, this western
epidemic is ...getting out oi nana
Operation Santa Claus of the.Chorrera on the afternoon of Dec
Veterans of Foreign' wars rost
No. 3835 of Cocoli, which had
started off with a loud clatter of
tin cans at Ft. Kobbe on the
morning of Dec. 7, reached a suc
cessful conclusion at the .Nicolas
de Solano Tuberculosis Hospital in
About:, The late Carmen Miran
da's widower, Dave Sebastian,
headed for the altar again with
another Carmen Carmen Hed Hed-derly
derly Hed-derly secretary to a Hollywood
cafe owner. .Talk about clos closing
ing closing every movie theater in the
country March 26 during the A A-cademy
cademy A-cademy Award TV program. If
the idea jells, it will be the first
movie holiday in film industry
history.. .Jimmy Cagney warn warning
ing warning performers "in my age brae
ket -to stop kidding themselves"
and to give young acto'.s a
chance to advance jm the film
world, fwo movie.s a year for
himself and other film vets is e-
nough, says Cagney.
Now it can be told: MfiM Hrf.
ed a new "olot clearine"
io "Raintree Country" a month
onci we iiim s opening in six
big U.S. cities. The new scene
shows Montgomery Clift readme
letter to .. explain to audiences
what happened to his wife, Liz
Taylor, when she leaves him. I
can't ever recall such serious
surgery on a big so-called epic
bo long aner its release.
Local Youth Listened
For 1958 Edition
Of "Who's Who'
you love, me
Zs Zsa Gabor was on the
phone insisting I was all; wrong
aboutguesslng she' wis grinding
her teeth on her diamonds about
sister Eva's, new found movie
glory.-Why;- dahling,5-aid- Zsa
Zsa, "we're not even in competi competi-tioa.'
tioa.' competi-tioa.' I'm a- personality and she's
a straight actress. We love each
other and rte! happy" I'M Jolng
well, too, because we don't have
husbands to :support us fight now.
I've done Jwafllmsiour bisj-TV
shows and played Las Vegas this
year.'-'-As an added i fillip Zsa
Zsa saidi i J i
"Eva isnt the only 1 one" Vha
gave Jolie (their mother) ,a mink
coat. I gave ber one this jreaf.
Now Eva and I are even.'-.:.
with DUE CREDIT to the
late Fred Allen, who coined the
line about someone else, the only
uuug we can turn on a our house
mese nrgnts without getting Gi Gi-sele
sele Gi-sele MacKenzfe is the water fau
Dennis Crosby has been dating
Pat Sheehan, the Las Vegas chor chorus
us chorus girl Papa Bing liked to dine
wlth.twfore hi marriage. Which
reminds me will it be appro appropriate
priate appropriate for Gary Crosby to sing,
"I Want a Girl Just Like the
Girt Who Married Dear Old
Dad r- Television, says movie
producer Jerry WaW. is "an in industry
dustry industry of hitchhikers,- carbon-copy-UU
. and brain-ickers." But the
words sound so- familiar. Oh. v
ra?en't they been said many
umes- about Hollywood, too?.
TV influence on kidsas renort
ed by Wendell -Niles about h i s
nephew:, j .. ;
He goes to bed now savini.
'Give us this day our daily- slow-
HOL1.YWOODITES Are Talking baked, yitamin-enriched bread.
JAMES W. SUDDABY
James W. Suddahy, the son, of
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Suddaby f
Balboa, was recently selected by
Pratt Institute to be listed in- the
1958 edition of Who's Who in
American universities and colleg colleges.
es. colleges. Suddaby was one of 20 cat of a
student body of 2,053 students at
Pratt who was cited for the honor.
He is a senior in the department
of industrial design and will grad
uate in the Spring of U58.
Campus nominating committees
are instructed to consider, in
making their selection for Who's
Who, the student's scholarship.
his participation, and leadership in
academic ana exira-curncuiar ac
tivities, his citizenship and service
to the school and his promise of
Suddaby, in the past two years,
has been editor, of the College
newspaper, the PratOer : nominat
ed for president of the JStudent
Government A s-sociaiton: class
representative; chairman of Pratt
Institute's 1957-58 Winter Weekend
this December: freshman advisor:
ana worm part-time in the student
lounge. He his maintained a cu
mulative grade average of 3 35 out
of a- possible 4.0 avenge. Finally,
several of his illustrations were
published recently in a book by
Professor Calvin Albert at Pratt.
A two hour show was the order
of the day with the musical back background
ground background furnished by a '.'ill billy
western band" known as the Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Pickers who donated their
services. The players were M-Sgt.
Scotty Baughman, PN 1 Rusty
Severence, Pfc. Jack Cate and
Pfc. Eddie Davidson. Master of
ceremonies was Ed Coe, the
"Seam Squirrel" ofShangri- La
Pup Tent No. 1. The spectators
thrilled to the jitterbug dance
team of Joe Reynolds and (Bon (Bonnie
nie (Bonnie Davis.
Among those who gave short
talks, recited, danced or sung
were administrative assistant Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto L. Cigarruestra, director of
nurses Josef in a Bown, coodina coodina-to
to coodina-to of nurses Rosa 'Tason, chief
of laboratory Emma R. de San San-hue
hue San-hue va, chief of social services
Graciela V. de Juliao, chief of
maintenance Tomas Valera, Point
Four consultant nurse Mina Mc Mc-Knight
Knight Mc-Knight and Santa Claus Sebastian
Chairman of the Xmas Commit Committee
tee Committee was Neal F. Honerty who
was assisted by 4 Una Via Pup
Tent No. 2, -hospital chairman
George W. Alexander, surpreme
news-hound Sol J. Kaplan, Leo Leonard
nard Leonard G. Allen, Kenneth Weeks,
Rocky Bryan, Richard Rullo, Don
Harrison, Albin Krankowsky and
seam squirrel of Una Via Frank
Every patient received .apples,
soap, toothpaste, candy, wash
clothes, and Spanish maazines. In
addition, about two tons of as
Sorted items donated hy residents
of the Canal Zone in the form of
clothing, toys, newspapers, books,
magazines, jars of all sizes, rub
ber inner tubes, electrical items,
V A 6 5
J 10 4
No one vulnerable
South West North East
U 2 2 4 Pass
3 4 Pass 4 Pass
Opening 1ead V K.
Agnes Gordon of Buffalo can't be
called a newcomer in bridge cir
cles. She has been a member of
the top 10 women for years. After
being first and second in the Na National
tional National mixed teams in 1956 and
1955 she fell off to third this year.
As this article appears I will be
playing with Mrs. jrprdon lor the
first time.'Tlift eyeiiPwid be' the
Upper New York regionals in
Schenectady where there is al always
ways always a tough field and I hope that
Mrs. Gordon and my other part partners
ners partners will pull me through to some
championship or other.
In today's hand Mrs. Gordon
found herself in a normal four
spade contract. She won the
opening heart lead in dummy and
considered briefly the possibility
of leading the jack of diamonds
and going after an overtrick.
She did not consider it for Jong.
Even though the game was match
points and the overtrick was im
portant, Agnes did not w:int to
jeopardize her contract which ap appeared
peared appeared to be a very good one.
She drew three rounds of
trumps 'and then led a diamond
from her own hand. Now there
was no defense against four
spades. Agnes lost two diamond
tricks and one club only; one of
dummy's clubs being discarded
on her last diamond.
It should be noted that if Agnes
had tried the diamond suit before
pulling trumps East could have
dropped his seven on dummy's
jack. West could have taken the
queen and laid down tie ace,
whereupon East would have com
pleted the echo with the three and
West would have given him
chance to trump a third diamond.
Agnes would still have had to lose
a club and would be down one.
CAR WINNERS When Yolanda Vivas, center, had trouble selling all her tickets for St
Mary's Mission Armual Charity Raffle, her dad Col. Joseph Vivas of Ancon, bought those shti
had left. One of these won him a 1958 Chev rolet Bel-Air 4-door sedan with radio. Mrs.
Vivas is shown collecting the prize from Fath er Michael Wye. The second ririze. a Wallace
sterling set, was won by Martin Dominguez of Panama, and third prize, an Army-Navy table-'
cloth, was won by Charles Kline pf ooir Heights.
PI5iA FOOD. BASKETS MrSi Ruth BelvheA acting president fl the Ladles Auxiliary of
Lt. Garvyn H. 'MoumWow Meitidrla! post No? 3876 y.F.WrBhoda Robinson, rprtm
nlahder' w. W. 'Huffman, the mayor of Pina' tend1 Mrs-. Maria-Carlson, interpreter, are jhown;
distributing food baskets to the needy or Fin a.
Of Gold Coast Dies
Mrs. Vanda Williamson, a long
time resident of Colon, died at
her home last night after a
A Jamaican, Mrs. Wiliamson 1
was 71 years old and a iormer
member of the Christ Church choir.
Funtral services have been
scheduled for Monday morning at
9 o'clock in Christ Bhurch By-the-Sea,
followed by burial in
Mount Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Williamson is survived by
her son, Winston, and her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Victor (Alethea) Henri Henri-quez
quez Henri-quez and Mrs. Keturah Cummings,
in addition to seven grandchildren.
Q The biddinv hn h
South West North
1 V Pass 2 x
0 fas 3 i
Kill 90, Sink 61
Red Shi ps In Pear
. TAIPEL Dejc. 28 (UP)-National-
is China's defense ministry said
today Nationalist warships and ar
tillery had killed at least 90 Com
munist so'diers and sank 61 Red
ships in China-coast fighting this
; ine announcement made no
mention of Nationalist casualties.
' It said gun batteries in the Que Quern
rn Quern oy and Matsu mitoost islands bad
destroyed two- Communist ammu ammunition
nition ammunition dumps on the nearby coast
and demolished 19 Red gun em emplacements.
Nationalist artillery also account accounted
ed accounted for 44 of die ships sunk during
the year, the ministry said. The
other 17 were sunk in naval bat battles.
tles. battles. The most recent of these occur occurred
red occurred yesterday, -when the National Nationalist
ist Nationalist navy sank three Red gunboats
and damaged a fourth, the an announcement
nouncement announcement said.
You, South, holdr
Tviiai ao you ao7
ABid four hearts. If there
Is a slam In this hand it Is up to
your partner to bid araln. To
have already shown r.
1 m vui in
j TODAY'S QUESTION
I Instead of bidding three hearts
your parther has jumped to four 1
'HIi7KV?rJyour thre diemond
, bid. What do you do?
$50 Prize Offered
For 'Best Combo'
Contest By Fergus
A $50 prize is being offered by
Panama bar owner Leroy Fergus
for the winner of a contest to be
held next week Sunday, Jan. 5,
between ten musical combos.
The contest is scheduled to be begin
gin begin at noon in the Salon Estadio
and will feature the first iten
combos to register for entry in
The "best combo" will be se selected
lected selected by a panel of three judges
to be chosen during the course of
next week. Entries will be accept accepted
ed accepted at the Salon Estadio up until
we shall be
Monday, Dec. 30th
o7ie d"urniturt and cKome Sfurnisking Ston
4th of July Ave. and "H' St.
BARKING, England, Dec. 28
(UP) Charles Bull, 57, was killed
todas when he raced into bis burn burning
ing burning home to get his life savings.
His wife, safe with neighbors, said
Bull had $75.60 in the house.
CIA. HINMStUIZ. SJk. AVSNIDA SOLIVAS TIM. COLON
1 V T
Gene Kelly, Mitxl Geynor, Kay Kendal and Taina Elr will insUntly eaptare the hearts
of any audience that sees this wonderful METRO GOLDWN MAYER picture "Let GIRLS
in ClnemaSeope and glorious colors. It combines humor, romance and music in Just
the ripbt proportions to Insure maximum Interest la the film. Don't miss "1XS GIRLS
UrUSLN G ON JAaIABY 1st AT THE LUX. Y
f AOE FOLK
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, DECEMBER ft, MM
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
' Church of Christ
ay. hnn, tnaW
LiLiOA: OML Balboa Boad.
Mrrtc llumUf lt:(0 11 M am
tUlSTUBAi-: American Legion HaU.
''UOaSuUO: House N 04 lath St
ill tu'uj nu
i Jll o n'
n ... uAeaiUlK. "
Bromerhooo xh juonuay...
aiKSi BAf liJti CHUstt-U
Balboa Heights, C. Z
027 AJicon Boulevaro
trawci B' Ualboa Height'
Pbon Balboa 1727
William H. Beebv. Pasloi
Baptiit Training Union
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.
rY M i Hitile iud I'hurs I'hurs-day
Men's Brotherhood (La"
Mnndav in month
tlKal BAPTIS1 CHUKCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Streal
Margarita. Canal Zone
Bav. Wendell C. Parker. Paator
unaa. Sctiooi f;
Morning Worship ...
Baptist training Union
Prayer Services. Wednesdays
WM.U. 1st Srd Friday"
C.A.. R.A Sunbeams.
11:00 a m
7 .45 p m
Capuin Mrs. at Urant
lb (ebiour. Street. Phone aa-JOuSa
11:00 itUiness Meeting
3:00 SLnday School.
7:30 Solvation Meellna
LA BCC. C.Z
Fuieutenant Pansy Laniui.cli
Building No 1080 Phone:
M3:00 f-ui.da; School
, 7'JO S'vslior Meetins
Envoy 4c Mrs. C- L Moselvt
. ,00 So.dav Sctiooi
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting
Senior t .ipl and Mrs. C. Mounav.ny
14th SIim. Phone: 38-743.
UOLO.V IH1HL STREET
7:30 Skivatior Meeting
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road ai San Pablo siren
Phone 2-148t Church Olfice 2-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bu:
aervicc. Classes for ail ages.
10:30 a.m. worship Service The
expanded session lor Nursery. Kinder
garten and Primary Depis. Church
tune Nursery for children under 3 vrs.
:uo p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
The Bev. Rsy M. Blskely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
Servire of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
C' Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
"' Bev. Theodore P. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-1494
;f.f:t5 a. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 .ni. Morning Worship.
Nimen for Intents and small chil
M p.m. Junior Fellowship.
:1S pjn Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of suxillary sr
tivitie and official meetings as sn sn-nounced
nounced sn-nounced from week to week.
- Rev. Walker M. Algerian,
Of : S-47 Res -13
S:30 .m Sunday School
!0:4 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-dav
Titles as announced
Churches er the many faiths In Ik Canal Zana, ana1 Ik terminal cltiaa
ef Panama ana1' Calaa, Riawkli af Panama, est a welcemo at all
lima la man ana1 wanton af Ika arm' services, mi I civilian naiad
art, Irian it ni tranri.
Ai a aukli larvica, Tka Panama American liits kalaw, ay denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, nalicaa at heart af worship anal other rafular activitii.
Listings ara ratal from lima la lima. Oanaminaliana kain enry
ana or Iwa cantrafaliano or litlad under "Otkar Ckurckaa a Services."
A special liating as IncM1 far service al Army pest. Air Far kaaa
and Naval ilatiana.
Minlalara, ckyrck secretaries ana1 chaplain ara eskee' la infarm Ika
nawa deik in writing ky Waanaaaay naan at Ika latttt af any hng
far Ika earning Saturday'! church pat.
ST alABVI CHUBCHBalbea
Sunday Masses: 7:00. S00. 10:00 and
12:00 a m
Holy Day Maaseai 1:00. 11 i SJSl
nd 5:00 D.m
Confessions: Saturday, 1:30 to 10
and 7:00 to 1:00 p.m. Thursday, before
riral Pr dav: 7:00 to B OO D-m
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 P ro
Catechism clasat arter id a:w maaa
Hlah School siuoT uue v p.nv vr
SACKED HCABT Anrea
Sunday Masses: S:S5. 7:30 ai 0:10 a.m.
Holy Day masaes: i:S9 a.m. anj i:00
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to :oo ana
7:15 to 8:00 pa. Thunsay perore sirs:
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotional 7:00 am as)
Catechlms Clasa: I:l to : pm an
OUR LADI OP rATIMA Cnraaa
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: 0:00 to :tt pjn. am Sat
Catechism Classi Saturday tJO ta 10
ST. JOSEPH Para lse
Sunday Maaaea at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Maaa at S:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 and
:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Clam: Sunday 1:00 to 4:00
Miraculous ajeoai novena i iwu p.m.
Convert instructional inursaay i:w
ST. VINCENrB Panama City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: 1:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Ssturday the Masses are
1:00 and 1:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturdav 3:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before Firs!
Friday r:.iu p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena ana na
tions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: Alter 1:30 mas on
Convert Class. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday ana
ST. THERESA'S Cecett
Sunday Mass: 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a.m. (It It falls
on Saturday 1:30 a.m.)
Catechism Clasa: 3 JO to 1:00 p.m. on
Confessions: 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLB
Sunday Masaes: S:30 and 1:30 a.m.
Week Dava Mali: S:30 Mon.. ThurB.
Frt. and Sat. FlrsfrVlday mass: :00 M.
Holy Day Masses: :00 aja. to S:00
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:o0 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous nieaai novena: inaay i.w
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
ST. rHKRKSrS La Bee
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 s.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: S:15 p.m. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. on
Convert Classi 6:30 p.m. on Thursday
ST JOSF.PH'S CelB
Sunday Masses: S:45, 8:00 and 1:13 a m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 1:00 a.m.
tnd 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena. Friday 7:14 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Monday
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:13 a.m. to
11:45 am. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Frldsy Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day Itepositlon at 1:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
it Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 am
first Communion instructions ror cnu
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
00 p m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Dav Masses: 6 00 :00 a.m and
Confessions; Saturday 4:00 lo 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm After Rosary each eve
Miraculous Medal Novena 3:15 and
7:00 p m. or. Mondav.
Catechism Class: After 8 00 Mass on
First Friday Exposition all day durlni
Ihe School Year.
First Saturday: Mas at 8:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarll
aunaay Masses: t y:30, 1 1 :b,, in,
First Saturday Mass:
Sa.urday . 7 :00 p m to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7 30 a m
Confession 3:45 a m to
Parish Family Rosary and
6 :00 a m
8 :00 a m
5:15 p m
7 :00 p m
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p m
1st Friday Devotions
1st Saturday Devotions
7 00 p m
7 00 p m
ST. VINCI.MTS Rainbow Lily
Sunday Marneaa: 4 30 am and t.-OO
Holy Day Masses: 6 00 am and 60
Confessions: 4 00 to 1:00 and t:M l
1:00 p.m. Saturday
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m on Sunday
Convert Clas every Monday at 7 (
Miraculous Medal Novena 100 o it
Sacred Heart Novena: 1 00 o m h
IMMACULATB CONCEPTION -4..i ftp
Sunday Ma- l it mm
Holy Day Mam: 50
Confession,: 3 to 7 a as aa Sat.
Caterhlsw Cl- 4Bll nn M nr. flay
OUR LADI OP 6000 CAUNSBL
Sunday Maaaea: 7
Holy Day Ma.:
t snd tit mm.
61 a at. mn4 t
Conraactaoe Saturda at 7 e mm sa
aiTer au evening aevotMrw.
Baptianw by ppointmanl
Miraculous Medal Novena: !) mm
Sacred Mean kievctt: 1 OS mm tn
Sunday School: MM m.o Sunday
Religious Instruction Claaa he rvil
dren: 4 mm mm Thundav
ReliciflU Inalllii II tar aauria iPm.
ductod as Spanish): TBS aa mm,.
The Bl. Be B. Heker Ceedea. S T D
Tka Very Bv. Malnarl 4. Petersen.
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKI
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
1:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday).
1:30 a.m. Santa communion, grd sun
oy . .
1:30 a.m. Eacuaia uomimcai.
11:00 a m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, noiy communion j auiiuajr.
7:00 p.m. Evening service.
i JO a n.. Holy Communion.
7:00 nra Evening Prayer.
4:00 a m Holy Communion.
1 30 a m Holy Communion.
1:11 a m. Morning Pray)
17:00 Mis-da Missionary Prayers
Ckurch ef Bt Aadrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Prleat fas Charge
Holy Communion 1M aja
lamiiy rraver ana
Church School 1:30 a.m
(Also Holy Communion and.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer Sermon 11.00 a.m
Holy Communion 1:09 a m
Chapel al The Gaad Skeakerd
The Bev. Clannce W. Hey
Priest la Charge
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
BL Simon's Chui-h
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon Church School
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
7 :00 p.m
Morning Prays and
Woman a Auxiliary. Snd and
Holy Communion ....
1:00 p m
Family Eucharist ....
Offlc of Complin ...
1:00 p m
St. Peter' Church
Th Bev. John Spear. Priest In Ckarg
Morning Prayer and Church
School :00 a.m.
Confirmation Clasa 1:30 a.m.
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 a. m
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary 7:1 p m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion i:oo a.m
Chapel of th Holy Comfortr
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charg
1:30 am. Holy Communion.
Ckurch of Bt. Margaret
Espave and Br7oa Blvd.
Th Rev. Jesae K. Renew, Reefer
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
1:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
1:30 a m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Chug
Th Rev. David A. Osborne.
4:00 s.m Choral Eucharist
1:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
It .oo i. Church School
liicio 1 Buildiuk 131)
5:00 p.m Youth Fellowship
I 1,0 m tvi.ong and Addraaa
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 .30 n in Woman s Auxiliary and Alia-
St Paul' Church
Die Vtn Lemuel I
Tlu Rr Fits B
I. Shirley, Rector
6:00 a m Holy Camm-.inloa
w 00 m.m Sung Eucharist 4k Sermon
!0;4f a ,u Morning Prayer and Churer
12.00 Holy Baptism
7 00 .in Solemn vesper
8 30 a n Holy Communion
7 30 p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
a:0(, n Holy Communion
7:00 u n. Evening Prayer
fhUR.VAYS AND FRIDAYS
8 :30 r n, Holv Communion
00 a ti Holy Coaom union.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THB-SEA
Colon. R. P.
lOpposit Hotel Washington)
Th Rev. James Peter Farmer. Rertet
the Scy Henry A. Blake, Aaatstant
6 (Mi am Holy Communion.
8 30 a m Morning Prayer.
tw a in Choral Eucharist and
I 30 a m Church Sctiooi.
7:30 p ro Solemn Evensong and
MONDAY, TUESDAY ft THURSDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 am. Morning Prayer.
5.00 pa. Evening Prayer.
4 a.m. Haly Ceenmunieav,
7 O em. Momlng Prayer.
7:34) pm. Evening Prayer and Set man
7 -OS am. Morning Prayer.
9 a i n. Children's Eucharist.
5 0 pm. Evening Prayer.
6 O ajn. Holy CesimusmV-
7 mm. Morning Prayer.
5 OS p.m. Bvenmg Prayer.
74 pm. Covapiin and MfsHtatioa.
St. Christopher's Church
10th Street. Parque Lefevre
The Bev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest tn Charge
The Bev. Clarence A. CragwaD.
4:00 am Holy Communion.
7 SO a m Suna Eucharist and S rmon
10:10 a m Morning Prayer and Church
11 00 noon Holy Baptism.
4:30 p.m Evensong and Sermon.
7 10 om lit and Srd. Rfonsn't Auxl-
30 pm Junior Daughter ef ths
7:30 l a Youth Fellowship.
1:00 a m Holv 'Communion.
7:00 D m. Evening Prayer and Religious
S:00 p.m. Girl' FrUndlv Society.
I :O0 D.m. lit and SrH SlnvlAtnna.
1:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Claaa.
CHURCH OP THB NAZARENS
nglpanl St. Ancon. C.Z.
Elmer O. Nelson, Pastor
Box 217 Balboa, C.Z.
Worship Service ....
Prayer Service. Wed.
Tel 2 2402
... 1:45 a.m
,.i 10:45 a m
. . 6:45 p m.
, . 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OP THB NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paster Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 6010 Margarita. CZ.
Phone: 3 1583
Sunday School 9 45 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R P.. 13rd Street East
stev a. N. Brwa. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Mass 7, 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo, RP.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
Meetlna Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays al 4:00 pm. Wlri Memorial
806 Baire Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday :uo .m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 40 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200. Schoolhous Road. Gatun
Sunday School: sunaay v:ju a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCIs
"A Warm Hearted ttturcn"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. S3-510S
Sunday School 1:30 a m
(A clan tor every gi
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship :uu p.m.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7 KM) p.m.
A church nursey in proviaeo.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUMCB1
St. Baeaa)(Tar Archangel
titn st. wi no. j
Hole tneharlat! Sundae Bt iiSO
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday"
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing aer aer-vice)
vice) aer-vice) First Sunday of oacb month at
Mount Ha 11 bet. Christian Chaorck
Panama B. f
Bt Rev T j am D. D Bishop
Morning devotion 6X0 a.m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Divine Service 7:30 p.m.
14 First Street
Urbanlzacl6n El Carmen. Panama City
informal Talk and Discussions
Thursdays 8:00 pm
:!. 1th A Front Street
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursday. J JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHVRCB
Espalab St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Pallet
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
1:00 pjn. Sunday SchooL
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Mondav: 7:30 Younl Peoole'a Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 1:00 ChoK Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So So-oity.
oity. So-oity. THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mr. Maude Mines, Paster
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11 00 s.m
Night Service 7 JO pjn
FIRST CHURCH OP OOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
Batnbew City, Canal Zone
Rev. His Livingston, raster
THE CHURCH OP OOD
738 Eirhth Street 'Colon
Rev. G.. W. Grandlson. Pastor
9 -30 a.m.
Night Service ....
Sunday School ,.,
Night Service ....
10:30 a m
10:30 a m.
7 JO p.m
THB CHUBCH OP COD Bla Aha)
Meate Osciare Bd. 11th SL
Bev. Was. J. Johnson. Paster
Sunday Scboo 9:30 a 4n
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 740 p.m.
CHURCH OP COD OPentecastal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone S-42S. Box 2S3. Gam boa
Churcrm at Paralso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mn Herman G. Whytei. Colon. R.P
I Rev. Fernando Lorencel. Rio Abajo
i Rev and Mrs. Charles Haynosi. nc
Cativ (Rev nd Mr. Clifford O reaves I
weekday services at ell
Diabio Heights. C.Z.
( near Dia.-vio school I
Bev Carl V. Thomaeon. Minister
Box 39 Diablo Heights CZ.
Phones: Heme, Cam bee XII
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Schoo JSM a.m
Worship Servire 11 a.m.
Youth Service 71 p.m.
a.vangciuti service mia
Wednenoav: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 7 J p a.
BRFDFJMCB LimtEBAN Ott'BCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Be Babert P. Gnaaich, Passe
P O Bob at. Balboa
Suooay School. Bibie eaeae O am.
Divine Service rt:ll ajo
Holy Caeamuniea. ftrat Sunday of the
A Mettle Bid
Former rtiapel of Our Sasrtour'a Fpl.
cepai cnepei 3rd su and Meieoae Are.
Mr. Korea ft. DenvM. TVer
Sunday SchoU. Bible Cloea am.
Divine Seivke I. IS ajn.
Holy Coaamtmln, laat Sunday of Ike
Jewlin Welfare Board Bid. 711-X' La
Boca Soaii Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Servlet Friday, I JO earn. Saturday
5 :3f p m
(See 'se listlnga of Jewish earvlsaa
jncer fosu Bases and stations).
Coniraaanon Kol Shearlth laraal Aw.
niaa Cuba and 31th Street Bella Vista.
fsnam tllv services g:oo n.m
CUKJS'riAM OCIENLA CHUKCJIU
1rst Church oi Christ. Scientist, Ancot
sou aaeoo aiouievara.
Sunday 110. Wadnasdav I. -Si
Sunday School S:S0 bjbi
Irst Cburcn at Chrui, ciaarjat, Crtatobai
13th Street Bollvai Highway
unrti. smnni trtn a jo
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednesday SKW p.m.
Posts and Bases
Sunday School ,. 1:0C
Morning Worship 11) IK)
Church-time Nursery School... 10:08
Sunday School (Building No,
Morning Worship! 10:38
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday 6:00
Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worahlp 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye "7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato .... 8:15
Chriatlan Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier' FllowahipThurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 1:00
Al. BROOK AIR FORCB BASB
Sunday School 1:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9
Morning Worship ...... 9:30 4k 10:45
Youth reuowship a:au
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School S.-30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ( :00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:00
. 6:30 It
Sunday Massea 8:00 it
Monday Novena Devotions ....
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 A
ALBROOK AIR f 0RCI BASS
Dally, Msa. .
Sunday Mass .....i... 7:45 A 12:06
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4 :00
Saturday 5 :30
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 233. i
Tuesday 7 :00
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:3
Choir Practice Wednesday
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:4
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild, lat Thurs. 1:30
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 9:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Daily Mass 7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 10:15
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola
Dally Mass 4 :00
Saturday Maa 8:30
Sunday Mass 9:00
Sunday Mas 7 JO
Greek Orthodox service are conduct.
ed t th Church of th Anunciation.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
a yaieia. rename city, RJ. and at
th Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
Uelendex, colon. RJ.. on alternate Sun.
days at 1:30. Tor further Information
call th Office of the Army Chaplain
Weekly Service In aU church
Sabbath School M ajn.
Divine Service 11 09 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4 M pa.
7 JO p.m.
and Prayer Service
Pacific SMe Pna
Pastor W. rL WaUer Tel 28-3-350
Cabo Verde, Ave i. F de la Oasa
lo. 17 Chorrillo Bth No 27 Puo Puo-bio
bio Puo-bio Nuero 2 A St between 3rd and eth
St. Bio Aealo 11th No. 27 Cam boa
and Frijolos. t i
Tartar Q. O.' Viniama-Tel
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. -iax
Snanasli Csnrcbea Pactfl Bide Panama
ranor rsoryjerto vuiroa
Psnama. Call Darten No. t i
dk Nurvo Guarar. ..
Pastor O. A. Jeffrie-TL U tStXl
crwtai Entisi-ih Bolivar At.!
Crtatohai scanrstv-iam Bolivar Av.
44 Cviun o.a-Ti. s-irv tisil
20 HOUSES DESTROYED BT FLAMES Firemen battle a wind-fanned fire at Rankin, Ta.
Authorities estimate 18 to 20 houses were destroyed by the fire that raced through the 'stetl
mill community eight miles east of Pittsburgh. it took more than 40 fire companies thret
hours to. bring the blaze under control. At least five firemen were Injured. ;
NEW YORK Dr. Jonas E.
Salk 'making known his discovery
of snti-bodieg wbjcH kill both can cancer
cer cancer and normal cells in humans:
"It is apparent 1 that considera considerable
ble considerable further study is required be
fore anv -conclusions can 4)e
. LOS ANGELES Jury foreman
Oti Eriibree on the rare sen
tencing by jury of L. Ewlng Scott,
61, to life imprisonment lor tne
first desree murder of his wife al
though her body nas not Deen
"It took only three ballots to
vote the guilty verdict last week
and the same number this week
to determine the sentence. Only
two jurors ever were for the
death penalty." .
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Judge
Raulston Schoolfield. announcing
he will answer ort television and
radio hearsay testimony before a
Senate committee alleging a team
sters local paid him $20,000 to
Order the acquittal of- 13 team
sters charged with labor violence:
"1 was floored by the propor
tions of it, the gravity of it, but
I have nothing to hide."
RICHMOND, Ind. Arthur Pip Pip-pen,
pen, Pip-pen, who refused medical aid for
his sick 11 -year-old aaugnier ior
religious reasons, giving permis permission
sion permission for an appendicitis operation
on the girl when told by Sheriff
Edward CordeU "the law warned
her to be taken to the .hospital:
"My church preaches that we
must 'obey thtMBDW'?;it ; iui i
Of Naval Stations
TOKYO. Dec. 28 (UP) Francis
Cardinal Spellman Archbishop of
New York, made the rounds of
various naval stations in Japan to today
day today hsfore boarding the Cruiser
Rochester as the overnight guest
of Vice- Adrm Wallace M. (Bleak
ley, commander of the U.S. 7th
Spellman arrived here late last
night from Korea, but Kept an
early morning sppmntment with
Vice Adm. Roscoe F. Good, com commander
mander commander of U. S. s Navy Forces
Then he toured the naval hos hospital
pital hospital at Yokosuka, chatting with
the patients as he moved through
the Wards.' Later he was taken to
the Rochester for his shipboard
I ng rid Returning
To London Alone
After Yule Visit
, ROME, Dec. 28 (UP) Ingrid
Bergman, who spent Christmas
here with her estranged husband,
Roberto. Rojssellini, and their three
children, said tonight she would re return
turn return to London alone Sunday.
Rossellini left for Paris yester
day. Unconfirmed reports said he
planned to return to India to re resume
sume resume his movie-making there as
soon as he could get a visa.
The children, a 7 year-old son
and 5-year-old twin daughters, will
remain here when Miss Bergman
returns to London to resume work
on a movie.
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TROUBLE DTOrEBEC A rescue boat Is Bttemptint; to pick
BearCeTme Qtie-. Canada. Floods caused by unusually warm
tve already, done $2,000,000 damage and e 1200 peopie nomeiesav
Sung Eucharist and sermon at
St. Paul's Church, at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning, will be the last
service at which the Ven. L. B
Shirley will officiate until his re
turn from England late n e x
year. He will also be at the ob
servance of Holy Communion m
Archdeacon Shirley will leave
trom Tocumen Airport that after
noon o na flight to New York
where he will remain for four
days until he sails for England
He will attend St. Augustine's
College, Canterbury, during the
Lenten, Easter and summer terms
for advanced theological studies.
The service of Evensong will
be conducted by the Rev. Allen
Stuhl, who will also be in charge
of other activities of the parish
until the arrival of a replace
ment for Rev. Shirley.
The Rev. John H. Townsend,
executive secretary of the mission missionary
ary missionary district of the Panama Canal
Zone, is listed as preacher fof
the Watchniaht service at St. Pe
ter's- church In La. 'pes ion New
x ear s Jive. r;;
Commencing at ll p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, the service will be
featured x by special prayers and
nymns. r. .--v;,:-.. : a-
On New' Year's day the Rev.
John Spear priest in charge.' will
beT- jn lromSaiTtborf cflebrste(
tne r east or tne ureuMclsionr
Announcement has been made
by Father Sfear that Confirma Confirmation
tion Confirmation will be held at St.? Peter's
during the middle of January: A
class has been under preparation
for the past few months for pres
entation to the bishop.
Sometime in January, the. an
nual members meeting will also
take place, at which reports will
be heard from the various parish
' a$7- vt$"' 1 y'gaisieaaaBMrjn'., -i e.
MAKING HIS SPEECH Communist Party chief Niklt
Khurshchev is shown addressing the Joint Sesison of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Soviet in Moscow. He called again for an East-West
"summit" conference and "rejected the NATO call vf or con conference
ference conference of foreign ministers. -,
organizations. The agenda in includes
cludes includes election of vestrymen and
of delegates to the forthcominB
'.'When Expectation Becomes
Reality" is the subject of th
sermon at the 11 o'clock servie
of worship tomorrow, at the Gat
un union Church.
The anthem bv the chnlr nriii
be Edward A. Munll.r'e "n
Praise God in His Sanctuary."
Church School and the Adult Bi Bible
ble Bible Class meet at :45 a.m. Th
subject for discussion hv th. -a.
dult Bible Class, "The Authority
of the Messiah," at reflettetf in
Matthew 11 and 12. ;
The Youth Fellowahih -nfll m.ot
at 5:45p the Women's ; Auxiliary
Thursday morning at 9.
Choir rehearsals are Monday
and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
The ordinance of Bellvra (Ran.
bsm will be observed at the
First isthmian Bantist rhiirnh .t
Cristobal tomorrow night. T h
pastor the Rev,t:Sylvnus A.
Scarlett, will preacrr at '.both .the
morning and veninff Srifire .t
which appropriate messages will
rie aeirverea. SpeCialffiiusit will
be rendered by, the church- choir.
Th annual traditional w a t c h
hight Service will bev-Tie-IA nn
Tuesday ,B5htt4(:ae- p.m.,
Tuesday ,Bwhtt, 3
VIENNA ( UPl-Thr&vU TTnln-
has granted Communist Hungary
a new credit of some 75 million
dollafs for expansion of Huncrarian
industry, Budapest Radib reriortnri
today. The broadcast said th
credit will be used for industrial
investments under Hungary's new
three-year plan that will go into
effect on Jan. 1
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p. ; m
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temperatures and heavy rain
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER t, 1957
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPTR
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FRENCH AMBASSADOR WILL' HOLD RECEPTION
ATEMUASSY RESIDENCE ON NEWf YEAR'S DAif
?'fk"lii:'AwbMUor of France In Panama Lionel Vasse and
' ." ... 1 m ik. 1. ...... -I. In niitf, In
Mrs. yasM-wuiirecieve .uiuuci uv V ,. nTV.
Panama at. the Embassy residence, on ?New Sears.
.:? p.)nu until 1 p.m. ... ..,' -f "- ,f
Mr.'tnd Mrs Jer Carver;
Leave Per Holiday n r-
Mr. and Mrs." Jess 'Carver of
Curundu left yesterday by plane
fnr Mexico City, where they will
spend the New Year's holidays,
befdre going on, to Abe United
States ior a vacation of several
M and Mr.: Clifford ''' ??
Vtaceme Christmas 'Baby;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gifford
of New Cristobal are receiving the
congratulations of their m any
Mends on the birth of a son. horn
at Coco Solo, Hospital Christinas
morning.: ; :
The baby has been named Ralph
Page Gifford; after his paternal
Mr. d: Mrs. Ralph Page arriv
ed early this week from Bingam
ton; New York to spend the Christ
. mas holidays with their son in.law
. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gifford of
Gloversville, New York are the ba baby's
by's baby's paternal grandparents.
Guests Arrivir For
: Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Waite of
Cleveland, Ohio parents of Mr.
Rollin W. Waite who were mar married
ried married to Miss Nancy Ramsey this
morning at the Holy Family
Church in. Margarita, arrived by
plane late Thursday evening.;
Also arriving on the same plane
to attend the wedding were: Miss
Nancy -Krabs Of Mercersburg,
Pennsylvania; Miss Marjorie Mat Matter
ter Matter of Cleveland and Mr. Edward
Metzger of, Wasseon, Ohio. While
on the Isthmus the visitors will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
F, Ramsey of -Margarita.
in the newly decorated dining
m of Ft Koche Officers' Club
Ft. Kobbe DKicers'v
IUI.... li.lJ I ....U..M
The Ft. Kobbe Oftitfersv Wives'
Qub held their ChriSimas lunch-
in a setting of glitter and glow
from Christmas -ornaments ; a n d,
mles of Christmas packages, usur
gundy was served to member! up
on arrival, after wnicn au were
seated at luncheon tables centered
with glistening Christmas balls
haneine from silvered drmwood,
branches and cactus piarns.
Following a luncheon, of tradi traditional
tional traditional holiday foodsMrs. Stephen
D. Noves. pres. welcomed guests
and new ; members ana tnanxea
the following hostesses for a beau
tifully appointed affair: Mrs. u.
Wheeler, chm. Mrs. J. H. Dick-
son. Mrs. R. E. Mornssey, Mrs.
W. Cooper, and Mrs. H. L. Chi'
solm Farewell corsages of wood
roses were presented by the pres president
ident president to Mrs. J. C. McMillan, Mrs,
R, A. Jantz, and Mrs. W. B. Mul Mul-lins.
lins. Mul-lins. ; w
The regular monthly business
meeting preceded the singing of
Christmas Carols and passing of
Christmas gifts. Climaxing the
meeting Was installation of offi officers
cers officers for the New Year with the fol following
lowing following comprising the new Board:
Mrs. M. -W. McLaren, Jr., Presi
dent; Mrs. A. W. Dodson, Vice Vice-president;
president; Vice-president; Mrs. Yulaberry, Trea Treasured;
sured; Treasured; Mrs. W. C. Gwin, secreta secretary;
ry; secretary; and Mrs. J. C. Price, Assist Assistant,
ant, Assistant, Secretary Treasured. A 'gift
of silver was presented to the re
tiring president, Mrs. Noyes, .by
Mrs. J. A. Cooper, retiring Vice Vice-president,
president, Vice-president, on behalf of club mem
bers m appreciation or ner unur-,
ing efforts in promotion of cluh
activities during the past six
Held Bfg'Nog ''iw.s
Party At Goiick '"' -'X:-:
f The members of the Fort Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick Officers' Wives Club and their
husbands held an Egg Nog party.
Hostesses were Mrs, Rudolph Best
Mrs. Halsey Koak, Mrs. WUliam
Hilbush -and Mrs. John Tanner. N
I The Officers' Club was gaily de decorated
corated decorated with the traditional Christ Christmas
mas Christmas trimmings and candles.' Mr.
Edmund Archibold played back background
ground background music on the piano, y
I. tglen Auxiliary
Holds Bingo Party
For Gorges Patients
; The American Legion Auxiliary,
Unit No. 1, Department of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, conducted their regular month monthly
ly monthly bingo party for patients M the
Red .Cross recreation hall at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital on Wednesday, Dec.
II. Hostesses for the event were
Mrs. Mary.E. Becker, Chairman,!
and Mrs. Dorothy E, Knox and
her daughter. Many prises were;
won by the patients from tne vari various
ous various wards. Refreshments of punch
and cookies were served.
-''You're getting almost as gray
at I am" the man said to the worn'
an friend he hadn't seen In several
years. Men are usedto making re
marks like that to each other.
- But a man ought -not to forget
mat such a remark to a woman is
not regarded as kidding but as
i BACK PAY CONFISCATED.
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AMMAN. Jordan. (UP) Gen
Habis Maiali. military governor of
Jordan, has ordered tne coniisca coniisca-tion
tion coniisca-tion of some $12,600 in back pay
owed Ho the seven legislators dis-
missd last week from parliament,
it was announced today.
Six at the ousted lawmakers fled
to Syria after last spring's govern
ment crisis. Tne sevenui, i ayei
Warrad, hss been sentenced to
serve 19 years in prison ior com
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
Add Sherry To Chiffon Pie
Filling For Unique Dessert
: I ' "
kvw -vr AUMsValU tor somethlnc different 1 Ih W ol plea-
Chooe chiffon mix, then 44 eneharttment with, cherry, wine.
ROY'S disobedience often exas
perates his Grandma. .
one flay wnen sue wis viaiuag,
he started blowing bis police
man's whistle in the kitchen, hi
mother told him to go outdoors
with it .He ignored her.
When" she finally had to bribe
htm with cookies, bis. Grandma
said, "What a doormat you make
of yourself for that child! r I tell
you,, when you children were
young, you hopped' when I said
to or got a good licking. If
there's one thing I taught my chil chil-drn,
drn, chil-drn, it was obedience."
As usual, Roy's mother felt
deeply discouraged by this com
parisoh between Grandma s suc success
cess success as a parent and her failure
She was so depressed never oc occurred
curred occurred to hep to think. t
"If Mama gave -me such won wonderful
derful wonderful training- as? a ichildrw h t
isn't it more useful to ,jne nowt
If it'a, just resulted in turning me
into a doormat for Roy to y wait
on, how can it be calied aueeess-
ful? Perhaps 1 Mama's ideas on
discipline are unreliable, and
Iearnmg to hop unquesuoningiy
when she said to was
her but bad for me."
THIS would be a productive
line of thought for her.
Will she pursue it? I don't
know. Parents trained in unques unquestioning
tioning unquestioning obedience as children do
not easily oevercome the habit.
Along with the obedience, they
develop such unconscious admira
tion lor Mama's views on disci
pline that they can't question
them any more tnan tney could
question her commands to hop.
Unfortunately, resistance to hr
views is the first step in getting
obedience irom Hoy.
SHRINERS HELP SANTA Shriners helped Santa Claus br)nK cheer to many children In Panama during the .festive seaaoiu
Here they are shown with some of the guests fit a Christmas party.
Dag Begins Series
Of Heelings With
By GAYNOR MADDOX i
NEA Food and Markets Editor"
FOR yoU New; Year's" Day "at
home" or for the festive. dinner,
this 'light, ; ususual chiffon pie
tastes like Happy New Yearv -'
Sherry Chiffon Pie - ;
One package strawberry or lem
on chiffon pie filling mix, ft cup
boiling water;: w.eup cold water,
Ue up aherry or" H eup cranber
ry Juice,4 W cup sugar, t e a-
spoon almond extract, 1 baked 9
tnclurpie oahelL cooled: toasted
almond :uverfv-'? : .?
Place mix m a large deep mix mixing
ing mixing howl. Add boiling water and
mix thoroughly. Add cold water
and -aierry or W cup cranberry
Juice n4'beaf vigorously w i t h
rotary beater or at highest speed
of electric mixer until mixture is
foamy- .takes about. 1 minute.
Add -sugar and beat until filling
j'i.tlt I. S;"
stands la! peakstakes I to 3 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Fold in.. almond : extract.
Pour in pie shelL. Chill until set,
about s hours.. Sprinkle with toaot-
ed almond shvecs..
"lf you want. a. .apecial, New
Year's dessert. .for. the very
youngest members, pf your party,
ty this: o ..s i-r
3 IButrartcotch Crunch Pudding
, (Makes 4 servings)
Two cups cud milk. 1 package
butterscotch instant pudding mix.
U-3 cup cruaned peanut brittle.
Pour milk into mixing bowL
Add pudding mix and beat slow
ly with egg. beater just nntu well
mixed, about 1 minute. Do not o
verheat; mixture will be thin-
As. soon as mixed, sUr in crush
ed peanut brittle, pour at once
into, serving dishes and let stand
to jet, foe. about. 5 minutes.
PARIS, Dec. 28 (UP) United
Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjoldt oday began a se--:es
ef meetinas with France's
lop political leaders, in ,w h I c h
Franco-Egyptian .-. relations were
expected to be the main issue.
Hamniarskjold flew here from
home last night for ,a day of in informal
formal informal talks with French Premier
Felix Gaulard and Foreign Min
ister Christian Plneau. ...
The UJN, Secretary General
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Mama's ideas on discipline, it
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such as blowing policemen s whis
ties is her kitchen.
Our response to our children's
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McTurk was born In Perhr.
Scotland, and received his college
education "in England, later at
tending the London Hotel School.
Upon- graduation .worked at Cla-
ridge's and the Berkeley Hotel in
London., When World War II
broke out he served with the
British Army as a ma ior in the
Intelligence Corps. When he was
attached to the U.S. Fifth Army
in Italy be : was awarded the
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in mi ne was asked to, jom
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"ALL the sparkle and fun
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then she asks a big question
"How can it be .resiorea'
If the "snarkle'-',. gone .irom
vour marriaae. a lot o o t n e r
thiniro must be (fone from it, tOO
Dn vou exoress your iuvw ju
little affectionate words and ges
tures instead of being too restor
of just managing iaim jmue
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tears of emotion in my eyes ai
some moment when the 'Queen
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h.r iimi T had tears' of rage
that she should be suffering, from
the most amateurish ; pro
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B.B.C, put on.
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wood or New Yorki-anyone 'Who
knnwn hnw to oroduce ." he said
- The Oueen made the telecast
frnm her desk in her private: resi
dence at Sandringham,- wearing
a print dress with a big, bow.
Edgar said the 1 dress was
"fussy, muddled and untidy and
detracted from her: face and per
' "Hadn't some or the eourage
or the sense to tell her that 1t was
the wrong dres for- black v a n 0
white TV?" he asked. .- v-
Edgar said the Queen a makeup
was bad and that doseupa showed
"the shadows on her features
were all In the wrong place."
"'Aa for the camera work," he
said, 'it was terribje, When the
cameras were changing from a
distant shot to a closeup there was
almost an audible click.
"It was a disgracefid business
on the part of the B.B.C. due in
my opinion to the Jack- of a man
frank enough to fell the .Queen:
"This ia how is should be done.?
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, TOMORROW'S CAME
At Colon Stadium: Chesterfield (O'Reilly 1-0) vt. Carta
Vieja (Umbricht 1-1).
Came time 10:00 a.m.
jjj MONDAY NIGHT'S GAMES
Z At Olympic .Stadium: Chesterfield vs. Carta Vieja
Completion ,af protested game of Dec. 20 and regular
Game time 7 p.m.
' LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
K At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 7, Cerveza Balboa 2.)
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Boxer Of Year
NEW YORK (UP)- The Ring
Magazine named Carmen Basilio
"fighter of the year" today and
noted an unexpected upsurge In
professional boxing during 1957.
.Now the sport faces 1958 "with
flags flyfng and drums beating,
both in and out of th ring." the
magazine stated in its annual re
Basilio of 1 Chtttenango, N.Y.,
won the ring's fighter-of-the-year
award for the first time because,
while still welterweight champion
on Sept. 3, he wrested the mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight crown from Sugar Ray
Robinson in a thrilling fight that
drew the year's biggest gate
Although Basilio s welterweight
(147-pound) title was vacated au automatically
tomatically automatically when he won the mid
dleweight (160 pound) champion
ship, he rs still rated such a for
midable welterweight by the mag magazine
azine magazine that he is placed in a
"group" by himself,, above ..the
men who are competing for 'his
Carmen alreadv had b e e n i
named fighter of the year by the)
Boxing Writers Association and
other American organizations; hut
the Ring Magazine claims its se
lection reflects world-wide opinion, i
Cerveizaf Balboa Infielder
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In New Years
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Hardy Fans Brave
Fpr Grid Tickets
DETROIT (UP) Fans who
braved freezing temperatures and
bedded down Thursday night out outside
side outside the Detroit Lions box office
led the final assault today for
tiCKets to tne uetxou -cjeveiana
National Football championship
Gov. G. Mennen Williams also
made a final plea to NFL Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Bert Eell.'urgiog him to
i"reconsider'' his ban on local tele tele-Vision
Vision tele-Vision ior tte;Me. Th0 contest
will be televised nationally out out-side
side out-side a 7S mile radius of' .Detroit.
Bell rejected earlier requests by
Williams, U. S. Sen. Charles E.
Potter (R-Mich.), sportsman Lou
Gordon and many others to lift
the blackout of Detroit for the ti
. More than 40 hardy fans, includ
ing a delegation from the Lions'
"bleacher club" camped outside
, the Lions ticket office all nrght.
borne of the early arnvers brought
sleeping bags. Others were bun bundled
dled bundled in blankets and heavy winter.
clothing and brought coffee-filled
thermos bottles as they prepared
for the night-long vigil.
When sales started today; ticket
manager Maurie Schubot had
about 5,600 bleacher seats, 4,000
reserved seats and 4,000 standing-
A sellout, including standing standing-room,
room, standing-room, would mean a crowd of
more than 56,000 at the game in
Coach George Wilson planned to
wind up heavy drills for the Lions
today. A light workout is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Saturday. Wilson contin continued
ued continued his ban against sports writers
watching the practice sessions.
But indications were the Lions
would be in good shape for the
Trasgo, reportedly the most ex
pensive racehorse ever to be nom
inated for a local race, arrived
yesterday from Argentina in ex
cellent physical condition and is
expected to be a starter in next
Wednesday's $3,000 added New
Year's Day Classic. i
Thirteen ether choicely-bred
imported thoroughbreds are en entered
tered entered for the mile-and-ene-eighth
blue ribbon event.
The brilliant Trasgo is consider
ed one of the best horses in -all
South America. He recently fin
ished fifth in the approximately
meters) Carlos Pellegrini Classic
iei Dnanne A i warn o t1f wnm sn 1 tr
one and one-half lengths behind The final list of starters in the
the winner in track record time
The Carlos Pellegrini is one of Ar Argentina's
gentina's Argentina's richest races.
Trasgo was seventh in the Gran
Premio de Brasil in llio de Janei Janeiro
ro Janeiro against a large field of interna
tionally famous horses.
According to unconfirmed re reports,
ports, reports, Trasgo's owner, wealthy
turfman Silvio Lazzarin, plans to
ship the router and unbeaten San-i
turron to the United States soon
after the running of the New
Year's Day Classic.' The two hors horses
es horses will be pointed for the rich
stakes at Florida tracks.
Leading jockey Braulio Baexa
is expected to be aboard Trasgo
in Buenos Aires. Trasgo was onlyx for his only Isthmian start.
New Year's Classic will not be
known until Monday, when entry
fees are paid. The nominations in
elude Santurron,' Pdsiblemente,
Horaqio, way -Boy,, Doume Jour,
Trasgo. sculptor, ...King's Park,
Geyser,. Batallon, GayUan, Crews
Hill, Contralor and Melendez.
MONDALE BACK IN ACTION
f LOS ANGELES, Calif. (UP)-
liuara Harry monaaie, wno an
chors the Oregon line, returned to
practice Thursday as the Ducks
workd two hours in a spinta ses
sion in preparing for tbeir Jan. 1
date in the Rose Bowl with Ohio
State. Mondale was out with a
siege of the; flu. ;
Curtain Rings Down Oh Pro
The Pacific Divisional Softball
League will hold a meeting on
Monday, Dec. 30, at House 110-D
Paraiso commencing at 7:00 p.m.
All teams or 'units interested in
playing in this league are invited
to attend this meeting. ; 1
Cleveland's Brown Named
'Pro Grid Coach Of Year'
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UP) Paul Brown,
whose Cleveland Browns rebound
ed from their only losing season
to regain the National Football
Lieague s eastern invision uue, to today
day today was named by the United
Press as the pro game's "coacn oi
the year" for 1957.
Brown received 19 of the 32
votes cast in the annual' United
Press ooll of sports writers who
covered the campaign in the 11
Weeb Ewbank of the Baltimore
Colts was runnerup wnh seven
votes. Frank Albert of. tne ban
Francisco Forty-Niners received
three. George Wilson of tne De
troit lions, who won. the western
Division crown in his first season
as a head coach, drew two rotes.
Buddy Parker of the Pittsburgh
Steelers got the other TOte.
Most Successful coacn
Widen Second Place
Margin In NBA Race
Th Svricuse Nationals, al
though no threat, to; the Boston
Celtics, widened their second-place
advantaee over the new .-York
Knickerbockers in the National
Basketball Association's Eastern
Division race to two and one-half
The Nats, who : defeated the
Knicks in overtime on Wednesday,
made it three victories In a row
Thursday by downing the- Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Royals, 104-100.
The Celtics, rebounding from a
Christmas night loss to the Phila
delphia Wemors, easily detea tea
the Knickerbockers, 128-110. In the
night's other game, the Detroit
Pistons defeated the SL Louis
Hswks, 110-106. The loss snapped
a Hawks erem-fsme' winning
treik. but stiU left them with a
confutable 8V came lead in the
Western Division race.
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"WITNESS FOB MURDER"
Brown is pro football's most sue
cessful coach. He makes news
only when Cleveland loses which
isn't often and requires special
circumstances to win the poll.
He got his chances because tne
Browns stumbled through their
only losing season in 1956.. After
that 5-7 campaign, Brown tore his
squad apart.. Among tne veterans
he discarded werjs his only experi experienced
enced experienced quarterbacks; George Rat Rat-term
term Rat-term an and Babe Parilli.
When the dust cleared from, this
unprecedented move, he started
the season with 12 rookies. His
quarterbacks were Tommy O'Con-
neu: a vnicago near castoa wnose
equipment : appeared to consist
largely of a fighting lieart and
damaged' knees, and two rookies,
Milt Plum and John Borton. -.
Mass Rebuilding ; '
It appeared Brown was rebuild
ing on a mass scale but! that he
lacked .an experienced quarter
back to build around. Then Hal
Bradley, one of the club's best
guards, broke leg bone in the
team's final, exhibition and was
lost for the season. Brown" had
only one experienced offensive end
because Dante Lavelji. one of the
game's top pass receivers., had re
tired. v : k'- :
This 'rookie-studded sauad' bore'
little resemblance to the, experi
enced Cleveland outfits which Otto
Graham sparked to 10 atraight di divisiontitles,
visiontitles, divisiontitles, in two leagues.: But
it won the 12-game division cam
paign By tvt games and twice
whipped the New York Giants, de defending
fending defending league and division cham
pions, enroute to the. title.
By HARRY WISMIR
NEW YORK (UP ) Tiey ring
down the curtain on professional
football this weekend wher the
Cleveland Browns and th Detroit
Lions tangle for the championship
of the National Football League at
Briggs Stadium in the Motor City.
. It winds up What has been the
most successful year of all from
thep oint of patronage and sate
receipts. The pros, dspit vry-
tning, just sem to keep growing
The (Browns rergtiedT slight fa
vorites to beat the Lions at mid midweek,
week, midweek, but Joe Kuharich, coach of
tne Washington Redskins,' summed
up the situation correctly on your
reporter's "Sports Scene" Dumont
TV show when he said there was
little to choose between the rivals.
It's a tossup and the breaks will
decide tne contest.
'We like the Lions, giving them
that slight edge, or a three-point
margin. Detroit has. more balance
than Cleveland, and is well round
ed defensively, specially against
the type of aerial offense used by
Faui Brown. Th Lions' board of
strategy headed by Coacn Georee
wuson is oi tne opinion, tnat tney
can contain Jimmy Brown, the in-
side-outside running threat, who
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)PanatntT Professional League t Commissioner
Eduardo Alfaro and other officials were to meet in
another, extraordinary session today, to study -a re report
port report and recommendations by umpire-in-chiefVDal
Thornton on an incident duriny; last night's Carta
Vieja-Cerveza Balboa game in which CB infielder
Hector Lopez punched first base umpire Gail Moore
in the' ribs. ''t; ,X'i H
Carta Viefa scored six runs in the top of the
ninth in a comef rom-behind 7-2 win which sent the
tighf Pro Loop race into a three-way tie. Chester Chesterfield,
field, Chesterfield, and Carta Vieja meet tomorrow morning at 10
in the first Colon contest of the season. : ;
Last Saturday' V' officials nad
worked overtime to decide to up
hold a protest lodged by- CV gen
eral manager Joe Nacmo against
reverse caU by umpireWinston
Williamson, which gave Chester
field a 3-2 triumph over Carta
Vieja the night before.
The protested game will be com
pleted from the top of the tenth
inning Monday night at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium before the start of
the scheduled contest between the
Williamson resigned from the
league staff this week.
Last night's violence marred
the finer points in : What Was a
tense and interesting game for
eight complete innings with a
pitchers' duel between Cerveza
Balboa lefty Dave Benedict and
righthander Jerry Davie.
m t J
A lie ncri (urn buuicu a siugie: iuh .
in the bottom of the fourth to "A.C.Tm 5 a ,1, lT
tk 14 l.sAhut Carta Yieia.y haired Moore was visibly in
According to a ststement by-umpire,
Moore after 'the game Alon
so Brathwaite, from his position at
second base, had been riding plate
umpire Thornton with obscene ex expressions
pressions expressions regarding the arbiter's
calls while Thome was in '. the
process Of walking Kropf and "Wil "Wil-helm.
helm. "Wil-helm. Moore said that despite his
repeated warnings to Brathwaite,
the infielder kept up his profanity
so he threw him out. ;;
AfteV that it took .teammates
several minutes to subdue an irate
Brathwaite who seemed bent on
using physical force on the um umpire.
pire. umpire. Brathwaite finally left the
field, however, but Lopez-continued
arguing with Moore near sec second
ond second base.
Moere said that Lopez, in 'color
ful language, dared him to throw
him out also and when the arbiter
obliged, the hefty Kansas City in infielder
fielder infielder slugged him in the ribs be
came right back with a tally in
the top of the fifth to deadlock the
Sensational defensive work, fea
tured by three Yankee doublcplays,
had helped both pitchers in snuff
ing scoring threats.
In the bottom of the eighth Lo
pez single to rignt Drought in
Clarence Moore, who had come
in to run for Benedict, from third
and the Beermen took a 2-1 lead.
With Benedict our of the game
the Beermen's -ace reliever Car-
les Therne came to the pound
In the top ef the tenth.- But.
Therne had trouble' with hla en,
trel and he nave up bates en
balls te the first two batters.
Johnny Kreef and Spider Wil-
ABILENE. Tex.: UP J Rice
coach Jess Neely said today his
team should be ', in ""excellent
shape" by New York's Day for Ks
Cotton Bowl came with Navy. The
Owls hustled through a brisk
workout Thursday their) first
since arriving here to complete
SOOD NEWS FOR BUCKIYES
" PASADENA. Calif. (UP X Ohio
State, which meets Oregon in the
Rose Bowl game en Jan. 1, re
ceived good news today when in
jured halfback Don dark returned
to the practice new. uarx, ham hampered
pered hampered by a muscle injury, worked
with the. Buckeyes Thursday and
is scheduled for a stiff er test on
Saturday. .-fc-'., .v. -r.Sv
DOUGLAS, LCTBETTER FLAY
STANFORD, Calif. (UP)
. Douglas of Stanford and Clyde
Lethetter of Baylor win be m the
' starting West bneun on Saturday
twben the team plays in the atnualj
Go Into Tille Game
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP) The
Cleveland Browns go into Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's title- game against Detroit
with a team radically rebuilt since
their last tide game appearance
two years ago. -
Of the 53 men wno saw action
as Cleveland walloped Los ; An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, 38-14, for the 1 1955 pro
crown, only 13 will be on the field
Sunday as the (Browns week thir
fourth NFL tia nf eight years.
vim .crowns ; ooensive lineup
Sunday will include only live play
ers woo started against the Bams.
end Fete Brewster; tackles Lou
back Ray Renfro and Hershel For
ester, who alternated with Harold
Bradley as the "messenger boys
Three players who faced the
Rams, quarterback Otto Graham,
end Dante Laveui and halfback
Fred Morrison have since retired.
Center Frank GatskL a charter
member of the Browns, was trad
ed to Detroit early ttiis season aft after
er after failing to agree on a contract
Gatski, a standout performer with
Detroit, will face Cleveland Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. - :
pre-eeasoa drills this year and Is
Carta Vieja Ab R H O
Bartirome. lb 4 1 4 10
Shantz, e nS
Barron, ss 4
De Groote, Jf ...... S
Schmidt, rf ...4
Boak, 2b S
Kropf, cf .......... 3
Wilhelm, 3b 4
Davie, p 4
38 7 13 27 18
Shields, rf-2b 4
Brathwaite, 2b 4
Arthur,, 3b 0
Lopes, ss 3
P. Osorio, rf '. 0
Robinson, ef 4
Charles, 3b-ss 4
McColIins, If 2
Grenald, If ...2
Gordon, lb .3
Kellman, c ........ 3
Benedict, p ........ 1
Thorne, p ......... 0
Spencer, p 0
Hudson, p 0
pain even after play was resumed.
When the situation returned to
normal, righthander Lev Spencer
took the hill for the Beermen
but he was greeted with a fmir-hlt
barrage and five markers crossed
the plate before he was taken out
for lefthander Justo Hudson...
Hudson got Whitey Schmidt for
the first out of the frame on a iar.
rifice fly to center as the sixth tal tal-ly
ly tal-ly came in, and the rookie then
gave up a single to Chet Boak' but'
retired Kropf and Wilhelm, who .
both batted for the second time in
the, stanza to retire the side, 'J i
uavis, wnv spun an eigm-nmer, '
then ef the leer mew euf In' the f, !"
bottom ef the ninth without fur-- 1
rner scennt although he walked 1
two and uncorked a wild pitch.,
Jerry picked up hit 'third, til.
umph against two defeats, while
Thorne dropped his second decl decl-slen
slen decl-slen as compared to one Win.
Beermen hurlers ave up a to total
tal total efU base knocks.
Tony Bartirome. the Yankeea
great little first baseman, had a
perfect night with four hits in four
official times at bat to boost his
average to .351.1 In another an-
pearance to the plate he walked.
iwo of Tony's hits were doohlee
and hedrove in three rnns. The
hustling first sacker took part in1
a of the Yankees' twin kfflmn v
last night, the most ; snectaeulai
being a first-to-short-to-first mas
terpiece in the third. "i
31 3 27 10
Shrine. East-West fame.- Douslss
was named to start, but Joe Fran Francis
cis Francis of Oregon State is expected to
see action at the offensive quar
terback post, too. Letbetter was a
surprise starter because he recent recently
ly recently got over a siege of the Co.
a-Ran for Benedict in 8th.
b-Struck out for Hudson in 9th.
' Score By Innlnas
Carta Vieja 000 010 0067 13 2
Cerveza Balboa 000 100 010-2 8 1
SUMMARY Errors: : Gordon,
Barron, Wilhelm. Runs batted in:
Robinson. Bartirome 3. Lopez,
Shantz, De Groote 2, Earned runs:
Carta Vieja 7; Cerveza Balboa 1.
Two base hits: Wilhelm, Barti
rome. Doublepiaysr Davie, Bar Barron,
ron, Barron, Bartirome; Bartirome, Bar Barron,
ron, Barron, Bartirome; Boak. Barron,
Bartirome. Sacrifice hits: Bene Benedict
dict Benedict 2, Barron, Schmidt Balk: Da Davie.
vie. Davie. Wild pitch: Davie. Struckout
by: Benedict I, Davie 2. Base on
balls off: Benedict 2, Thorne 2,
Davie 3. Left on base: Carta Vieja
10; Cerveza Balboa 7. Pitchers
record: Benedict 1 run, 8 hits in 8
innings; Thorne 2 runs, 0 hits in 0
innings (Pitched to 2 batters);
Spencer 4 rnns, 4 hits in 0 innings
(Pitched to 9 Dattersl. winning
pitcher: Davie (3-2). Losing pitch
er: xnorne (w). umpires:
Thornton, Moore, Hinds. Time of
game: 2:4Q, V
I:SI, 4:U, :, SOI
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Bradley suffered a broka leg ta
still on the injured reserve lists
Guard Abe Gibroa wa released
during the 1858 season and Ed
Modselewski. first string fullback
during the 1356 season and Ed
ModzelewskL first string fallback
in 1955 and 1958, lost his Job this
season to roakie-of -the -year Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Brown.
Defensively Sunday. Cleveland
will have seven players In the
lineup -wbo faced the Rams, end
Lenny Ford, tackles Don Colo and
Warren Lahr. -
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LEFT HOOK Art Aragon delivers a solid left hook to
Woody Winsldw's jaw in the foUrth round of their 10-round
welterweight match" ih San Diego, Calif. It is Aragon 's first
start since being cleared of fight fixing. He won.
Seixas, MacKay Salvage
Some US Net Prestige
Vic Seixas and Barry MacKay. sal salvaged
vaged salvaged niv prestige for -the unit united
ed united States Dayis 'Cup team oy de.
-.ir,. their Australian .'rivals in
"just for fun" games to keep the
Aussies .from sweeping the Davis
Cup challenge round.
Seixas, playing in what he an an-v
v an-v Bounced waT his final Davis Cup
matclM turwd back, lanky Mai
Anderson r6-3 ;4-e,f 0-3, 0-6, 13-11,
in a gruelling ,127-minute duel
that-ruined t the Aussies' bid for
their third .straight challenge round
Then Macfcayi a -pewcomer to
thjBse time:hojiord .usshs-U.S.
rim Matched BWtaunBAdi. Afiluey
Cooper..in aaother. fiveet -mara
thon, S-4, .0-, D O. BWi
matches, were played, in nearlOO
It was a remarkable recovery
for the-doughtyYanks but it only
served, to reduce Australia's win winning
ning winning margin, to 3-2 in the bcst-of-five
series. Seixas and MacKay
dropped they- opening singles
matches Thursday and then allow allowed
ed allowed the eup to.slip from their grasp
when theV Aussies flinched matters
in yesterday's doubles match.
S today' matches were sup
ppsad be f'ioi fop Ion;" 1 but
both Seixas. and MacKay played
as If their very lives were at
stake. s"A: ; i
$tlxas,nw 34 and seven,
year veteran -ef the Davis Cup
wars, boldly predicted I'm 9'
ing out there and get Anderson'
before taking the court at Koo Koo-vum
vum Koo-vum Stadium.'
"Win or lose, this is my last
Davis Cup appearance," the dour
fighter from rmiaaeipma aaaea.
"I've got- 4ood job waiting for
me when I return to the United
States next week."
And although the blazing heat
sapped his strength and left him
dripping wet, ;;Sekaa backed up
his prediction lay producing one of
the greatest efforts of his long ca-
In that gruelling fifth- jtct, An Anderson
derson Anderson held three match points at
6-5 and gained another v match
point at 8-7. 'But each tin Seixas
fought off defeat and finally scor scored
ed scored the first service break of the
aet in the 23rd game when his 22-year-old
rival eommttted. "double-fault.
Followin hat break-through,
Seixas reaf ed ljac -and, grimac grimacing
ing grimacing with each stroke, held his serv service
ice service in the fi4th' gams' td 'walk off
with th6 biggest Ovation ever seen
in this tennis-mad country.
'Even the usuallypartis;in Aussie
fans cheered Seixas Wildly at the
finish. They had been on nis side
since earlv in the. final sot when
thev disaDDroved of some doubt
ful decisions that went to Ander
The MacKay-Coooer set-to pro produced
duced produced a record for it marked the
first time in cup hietory that all
four singles matches were ex extended
tended extended to five sets. The result
also convinced Australian fans
that in MacKay the U.S. now
.has a young man that will have
to be reckoned with In future
,Cup letioni --
-The tangling giant from Dayton,
Ohio, turned the tables on heavily-
favored Cooder in a 91-mmute
power duel that featured crashing
deliveries, in tact, uooper nroKe
his racquet strings while matching
MacKay's blisterirfg stroking in
the third set.
MacKay stunned he crowd into
hushed silence in the fifth tet
when he cracked Cooper's service
in the eighth game to take a 5-3
lead. Then he nervously double double-faulted
faulted double-faulted on his first match point in
die next game before whipping
home the winner with another of
his incredible backhand drives.
LOS ANGELES. Dee V.-tUP)
New action was reported today
In a seething controversy! over a
contract providing, land tot S0,
000 seat ballpark, tor we toi -Angeles
Dodgers In Chavez Ravine.
Councilman Ransom Callleert
reported thst some opponents
are pressuring him to have the
contract cancelled. f i'
Callicott it chairman of the ci city's
ty's city's Charter and Administrative
Code Committee. The committee is
scheduled to meet next Monday to
consider action which will be ta taken
ken taken as a result of submission of a
valid petition calling for a referen referendum
dum referendum on the issue. ':,' ? f
The council may choose oh of
three alternatives. It may repeal
an ordinance which Jcontains -the
contract providing the land for1 the
Dodgers; it may place the issue
on a special election ballot, or it
may put the issue before the pub
lic on a primary election ballot
Callicott said he had received a
number of calls from opponents of
the contract who urged ihe com
mittee to recommend 'that the
council cancel the contract. The
move would- avoid a referendum
election on the issue.
Callicott said, "It is apparent
from this new strategy that those
who oppose the contract, have, lit little
tle little hope the voters will support
them in their desire 10 clock the
coming of Major League baseball."
The C u n c ilman said he
thought cancelling ef the con contract
tract contract would be "a dishonest ac action"
tion" action" and that the 53,372 person
who signed the referendum poti
tions should have a chance to ex ex-press
press ex-press their desires.
Callicott said he was opposed to
a special election which would cost
an estimated $500,000 but favors
placing the issue on the ballot in
the primary election in June. Add
ing the issue to the primary ballot
would cost the city taxpayers an
, By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Notre Dame
and '' the Milwaukee Braves de deserve
serve deserve their fair share of glory, but
for the upset of the year I've got
to hand it today. to angular Mai
Anderson, the unseeded cowboy
from Australia who won the Na
tional' Amateur tennis champion
Anderson's victory, at Forest
Hills may not sound like such
great shakes if you don't happen
to be a tennis buff.; For there stll
ire. those w'ho regard the court
game as not' essentially Jl Jbe Jbe-manjs
manjs Jbe-manjs 'Ao4&s'f4W & '
r Wnsuch caseithejt better take
fanother look, because Anderson's
feat .required great endurance,
skitf and the ability to withstand
nres?ure..' .r ;.,. : V- :
And his triumph was really an
earth-shaker in the tennis world
hscause no other unseeded player
ever had captured the big one. To
put the icing on the cake, the 22
year-old Aussie in the filial .beat
the No. one seed, Ashley Cooper
and did it in straight sets to
Notre Dame must be the popular
choice because of the much more
widespread general interest in col college
lege college football. The Fighting Irish
put over the shocker when, as an
18 point underdog, they ended
Oklahoma's.' 47 game wnnlrjg
slreak by a tight 1-0 score
In the matter of unexpected
performances you also have to
hand it to the Braves and to the
The Braves .will tell you, of
course, that they expected to wis
the World Series from -the Yan Yankees;
kees; Yankees; However,, the 'oddsmakers
made them the outsiders and they
kicked over the tote board to win
Coach Even Surprised
As for the (Browns, not even
Coach Paul Brown thought his
Cleveland club could come all the
way back in f the National Football
League race this season. The team
had a lowly 5-7 record last year
and was rebuilding with 12. rook rookies.
ies. rookies. v' "'
Yet ,the Browns captured the
Eastern Division championship go going
ing going away and come Sunday they'll
have a chance to make it all the
way to the league title.
Two other- major upsets of 1957
which stand out in the mind are
the victory of Iron Liege m the
Kentucky Derby and Mike De
John's boxing triumph over un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Argentine heavyweight
There were many other upsets
during the year but these, at
least in this corner, were the
stickouts and Anderson's topped
CLOUD SEEDING DELAYED
CONCORDj N.H. (UP) Plans
for an emergency seeding of
clouds to bring snow to New
Hampshire's ski country ,h a d
been put off for a few days, ac according
cording according to John Brennan of the
state Planning and Development
i LOI, RETAINS TITLE
i MILAN, Italy. (UP) Duilio Loi
of Italy retained his European
liKhtweigh title Thursday night
when he outpointed renx cmocca
in a 15-rouna Dout Deiore a crowa
of 15,000. Loi weighed 132V4 to Chi-
COLTS SET 15 MARKS
6ALTIMORE, "Md. (UP) The
Baltimore Colts of the National
Football League claimed today to
have set 15 club records during
th 1957 season. The records in
eluded a home attendance mark
of 279,888 for six games and a
road record of 274,913.
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Dayton 59 Manhattan 51 ;
Temple 78 Pittsburgh 71
Seattle 87 Connecticut 83
California 96 NYU 65
(at Raleigh, N.C.)
Wake Forest 64 Duquesne- 54
N. Carolina St. 71 Northwestern 68
North Carolina 63 St. Louis U. 48
Duke 69 Seton Hall 62
(at Oklahoma City)
Niagara 77 Western Ky. 74 (o.t.)
San Francisco 65 Denver 48
Oklahoma City U. 85 Tulane 54
Tulsa 64 Idaho State 54
Southwest Conference Tourney
(at. Houston) .
Texas Tech 72 SMU 70 (o.t.)
Tex. Christian 65 Txas AiM
Arkansas 83 Txas 67
Ric 62 Baylor 5 2
Big Eight Tournament
(at Kansas City, Me.)
(First Round) :
Kansas 68 Oklahoma 50 .:
Iowa State 81 Colorado U. 43
(at Torre Haute, Ind.)
Capital 67 Indiana .Central 65
Bellarmine 98 Bald-Wallace. 67
Indiana St. 83 N. Central (IU.) 63
Miss. Southern 65 Tenn. Tech 48
N.W.'rn (La.) St. 69 VLTex St. 66
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ua. iccn o tiira. oimmons 44
Centenary 87 Citadel 62
Union (N.Y.) Tournament
(at Schenectady, N.Y.
Oulncy Tournament .w
(at Quincy, III.)
Illinois Normal 82 Lake. Forest 63
KirksvUle 75 SUobn'S Mipn.) 52
St. Benedict 54 Culver-Stockton 47
Cent. Mo. St. 81 Tex. Wesley an 6
Plain view 89 Pemex (Mex City) 63
E. Tex. St. 61 Austin College 46
NAIA Tipeff Tournament,
(at Yeungttewn, Ohio)
Geneva CoU. 100 Detroit Tech 85
Westm'ter (Pa) 81 W.Va. Wes. 77
Steubenville 71 Tennessee AAI 70
Youngstown' 84 Tennessee AAI 71
- URN! I HERMAN ;
Just before Bernie Bierman took
ever as neaa lootoau coacn at
Minnesota in 1932. a wag de
scribed the husky Gophers as
"beautiful, but dumb."- Just two
years later, when Minnesota naa
won the national cnampaonsmp,
the same wag said, "now they're
just beautiful" In all, Minnesota
under Biermas won five national
and six Big Tea titles. But things
never were quite Jhe same after
he returned from i duty with the
U.S. Marines during World War
n. He resigned in 1950 after one
of the worst campaigns in. Minne
sota history and Bernie s worst in
coaching years' a Montana-, Tn Tn-lane
lane Tn-lane and Mississippi v x
Whatever happened to Bernie
Bierman? He's still at Minnesota,
now 64 years oia, as proiessor
emeritus of physical education, I
The brisk, array-haired eentle-
man from Cleveland abruptly
tossed the sports section aside,
lit a cigaret and said. ."What I
can't understand is why you fel fellows
lows fellows insi&t there was nothing at
stake in this game. There was a
matter of pride, and that's very
Dave R. Jones, president of the
Browns, was referring to the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous struggle in the Stadium
Dec. 15, a name of nearetic di dimension
mension dimension tn which the visitors.
iilready home free in theirdivl theirdivl-Ision,
Ision, theirdivl-Ision, came from behind to smash
the Giants, wnose tumar, amo amotions
tions amotions had been rendered null and
void the week before.
Not the least remarkable fea feature
ture feature of the (tame was that it at attracted
tracted attracted 54,294 cash customers, a
record turnstile activity for the
local season, and although most
of the customers had bought
their tickets well in advance
when it appeared the game
would have championship signi
ficance, the turnout still was
Tn huseball. to note a contrast,
when similar anticipations fail
to materialize, New Yorkers, no notoriously
toriously notoriously championship minded,
tend to' shrusr off their invest
ment and turn to other begulle-
Iments. Not so on this occasion,
and, evert in the closing minute,
with the Qiants moving the ball,
scarcely anybody had left the
This was a tribute to the na
ture of the play, with its unre unremitting
mitting unremitting pressure, kaleidoscopic
scoring shifts, and gripping sus suspense.
pense. suspense. As a demonstration of
advanced football techniques in
the hands of professional ex experts,
perts, experts, the game needed no em embellishment.
bellishment. embellishment. It stood squarely on
its own as superior entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. '-' ' '
But what was it Jones was
saying about pride?
"I don't mean pride in the
conventional sense. A player who
lacks pride in performance, no
matter what the circumstances,
just doesn't belong. This,, was
pride of a differept jsort. Jride
bom of vindication."
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IANKIR STENGEL, Casey
Stengel offers souvenirs to pa patrons
trons patrons of the, new Glendale,
Calif., National 4 Bank. The fam-.
ous manager of the New York
Yankees is one of -If members
of the board -of directors.
FLAN LARCIR STADIUM
GAME'S TOP COACH
The, Giants had simplified the
Browns1 advance to sectional
honors by losing a vital game
and it had been written that the
Ohioans backed into the title,
and according to Jones, this was
wrathfully interpreted as a dis-naraeement.
"So they went Into this game
determined to prove they were
the best under any conditions.
Earlier, the probabilities had in indicated
dicated indicated this game would decide
the championship. Our men were
determined to show what would
have happened even if the prob probabilities
abilities probabilities had stood up."
Jones, notably successful in
business, was bitten earlv in life
by the sports bug, and while the
profit motive has never been a
matter of utter indifference to
him, he is. nevertheless, first and
foremost a fan. Hence, he has a
proneness to romanticize at
Still, the Browns, reflecting
the dedicated personality of their
coach, Paul Brown, who is also
vice president and general man-
aeer. are endowed with a char
acter which is not common to
commercialized sports. We can
readily believe, therefore, that
Brown resented the statement
the team won while sitting on
its collective hands and had re
acted in the manner described
by the club president.
in anv case, it nas tne ring oi
Dlausibiiltv. Brown's astounding
run of supremacy pinpoints mm
as the Greatest coach in foot
ball. To such a man there would
be nothing appealing about a
tainted championship. It's quite
probable then, that beating the
Giants in an otherwise meaning
less game, gave him' as much
satisfaction as any he's ever
MOSCOW (UP ) Moscow's Dy
namo Stadium will be enlarged to
eat a capacity of 80.000 specta
tors and will be equipped with a
roof that will make ht the world's
lareest indoor stadium, accordant I ahortston bring
fa Tist Aeencv reoort. Current Imetrooolis its first oennant In a
seating capacity of the stadium is generation. Like his coach, Paul
60,000. -- - i Brown, Jones has winning ).
. : SPORTS AND SPORTS
It occurred to us, In passing,
that Jones has been identified in
an official capacity with a wm
er variety of sports- than any
other man we know r . boxing,
golf, racing, baseball, football.
He was secretary oi tne Cleve
land Boxing Commission at a
time when commission rule was
rare in the beak-ousting- busi
ness. Mayor Mewion u. Baser,
later Woodrow Wilson's. Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of War, gave him the assign assignment,
ment, assignment, along with the fastidious
injunction: "See to It that the
snorts writers use the term 'box
ing matches,' not 'prize fights'.?
. a directive jones wisely cnose
to ignore. .-In
In .-In collaboration with Ray Hu-
ber, Bill Chandler and other ex
ecutives of the westwooa oou
Club in Cleveland, he directed
the world's first Hole in One
chamoionshin for the Cleveland
Press Cot in the early 20s.
And as an important stock
holder in the Cleveland Indian
he led -the fight against -Bui
Veeck to retain Lou Boudreau as
manager, and had the rewarding
pleasure of seeing the' youne
tne uixe uty
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300 PLEE'TH EATER FIRE
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) Police
and firemen led about 300 theater
patrons to safety when a $500,000
fire raced through a downtown
The theater suffered only smoke
and water damage, although two
buildinas and fiv stores wereJ
gutted in the fire.
Marquis Spends Christmas Holidays
With Actrees Bartok, Mystery Baby
LONDON, Dec. 28 (UP) Tha
Marquis of Milford Haven, a mem member
ber member of the royal house of Windsor,
spent his Christmas holiday with
Hungarian actress Eva Bartok and
her two-month-old "mystery ba baby,"
by," baby," but neither would comment
today on rumors of a romance.
The divorced marquis, who
ranks between 30th and 40th in
line to the throne, and the four
times married dark-haired beauty
spent Christmrs Day together at
her mother's cottage at Kingston-on-Thames.
The 38-year-old mar marquis
quis marquis returned again Thursday and
did not leave the house until
shortly before midnight after a 10 10-hour
hour 10-hour visit.
Their names had been linked ro romantically
mantically romantically before, and theirChrist theirChrist-mas
mas theirChrist-mas meetings sparked new re reports.
ports. reports. The marquis' American wife
won a divorce in Juarez, Mexico,
in March, 1954, on grounds of in incompatibility.
compatibility. incompatibility. In a suit filed earli earlier
er earlier in a New York court she named
'Miss Bartok and said that the
marquis was "infatuated" with
Miss Bartok, 17, was divorced
from her fourth husband more
HE a .-m m j. av 1
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. THE 6AR TRUTH Occupying the "seat- of honor, Teddy
-j the bear keeps a close check on the situation at a farewell
. review given (or him by U.S. troops in Berlin, Germany. The
" playful ninc-monlh-old cub, who was the mascot of the soldiers.
; was ordered transferred to the Washington National Zoo after 1
he n.loed the firct sereeant and went AWOL.
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just bulk)
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hat. cold ware.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-(ment
(ment apart-(ment an Via Porves No. '120,
beside Reosevlt Theatre, over overlooking
looking overlooking SAS Commissary. Phona
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Gl Inspected, $55.00.
Phone 3-2068. ; Via Poms No.
99. '"''"' ' .V.-'
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom modern
apartment, with maid's quarters,
splendid residential district. Ca Case
se Case Miraf lores, Catle Gerardo Or Ortega.
tega. Ortega. Phone from 7:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Panama 3-3094.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, maid's room, hot
water, garage, Justo Arosemena
Avenue No, 37-11. Inquire,
37th street east No. 4-23.
Yugoslavia To Buy
US Wheat, Cotton
The Department of Agriculture an announced
nounced announced today an agreement under
which Yugoslavia will buy S7.50O. S7.50O.-000
000 S7.50O.-000 worth of wheat and cotton. The
sales will be made by private U.S.
The agreement calls for sale of
about 2,940,000 bushels I of surplus
wheat worth five million dollars
and about 10,700 bales of surplus
cotton worth $1,600,000. Ocean
transportation costs were esti estimated
mated estimated t $900,000.
IVAN'S MODEL HOME
t nxmnu riJP) Moscow radio
today painted a glowing picture
of the Soviet home of the future
to house-snon nu'"
ti iA(ii hniiups made of
glass, which "will let in ultra ultra-riniot
riniot ultra-riniot tvs so that it will be pos
sible" to sunbathi . even in
winter 'without dpeiiing we win
than a year ago. Last October she
gave birth to a girl in a tondon
hospital but rfused to identify the
father.' The child has been in the
care of her mother at the cottage.
Neither the nobleman nor the
actress would comment.
"I can't tell you why I am mak making
ing making this visit," the marquis told
"I've nothing to say."
Later, the actress came to a
second story window, dressed in a
light blue sweater over a white
"Why Is the marquis here?"
"I cannot comment, I cannot
comment at all," she replied.
When the marquis finally left,
he brushed aside questions about
"These rumors are all made
up," he said. "I'm saying noth nothing."
The marquis, whose name is
David Michael Mountbatten, was
married to Mrs. Romaine Dahl Dahl-gren
gren Dahl-gren Pierce Simpson in -Washington,
D. C, in February, 1950.
Until that time, he had been
considered London's most eligible
LKAVTt TOUat AD WITH ON OUe
INTERNAL DK PUfUJCACIONt A Na
BARDO-N. M "B" Street MORRISON lh ( July ) SL LEWIS
PARMAC1A LUX-lts Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD SXCHANtiE J P. de
VAN-OER-JIS- Street Ne. S3 FARM ATI A IX BATURRO Lefevre
the Bella Vista Theatre. COLONS Central Avenue I2.1C5 TeL 431
FOR SALE: A station wagon In
excellent condition $2300.00.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1949
DeLuxe. 545-A Curundu
Heights. Phone 5295.
FOR SALE: Hillman Califor Califor-nian,
nian, Califor-nian, duty paid, new battery,
good tires, fine condition. Call
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontiac sta station
tion station wagon. Excellent condition.
Radio and Hyd. Transmission.
Call Pan. Ol. Las Cumbres
FOR SALE: New 1958 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Sedan, two-tone paint, W.
W. tires, bargain. Phone Balboa
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. York
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0552
155 Central Ave.
Sunday, Dec. "29
Fidanque Travel Service
LONDON, Dec. 28 (UP) The
Russian government newspaper
Izvestia charged today that Tur Turkey's
key's Turkey's foreign policy "is beginning
to threaten not only the near and
Middle East but the world in
And, said Izvestia, quoted by
Miurow radio, "owing to its O-
penly adveturous character, even
the member states of NATO it itself."
self." itself." The Izvestia article, signed by
"Onlooker" and commenting on
Turkish Prpmter Adnan Menderes
speech at the recent Paris NATO
"MonrWp' hvstprical inttch
hftravs the imrjotent raee of the
aggressors whose plans hava been
unmasked and defeated Dy me
forces of peace."
Assailant Held On
NEW YORK (UP) A construc construction
tion construction worker was charged early to to-dav
dav to-dav with assault resulting In homi homicide
cide homicide in the death of Broadway
actor Gerald Sarracini, the ro romantic
mantic romantic lead in the current hit
play, "Romanoff and Juliet."
Police booked six-foot, 200-pound
Monroe Gibson, 26. of New York,
at 1:30 a.m. Gibson allegedly
confessed to fatally beating
Sarracini In a street fight early
Christmas morning with the 30-year-old
Toronto-born actor sad
his companion, former boxer Tom Tommy
my Tommy Bell, New York.
Bell fought Sugar Ray Robinson
for the welterweight championship
of the world 11 years ago. Nick Nicknamed
named Nicknamed "the Youihjstowii Flash,"
Bell also fought such boxing
greats at Jake ..- LaMotta and
Fritzie Zivic during his mid-190s
Gibson was arrested late Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night in his apartment. Police
said the arrest -was paade oav ta ta-formatio
formatio ta-formatio supplied by Bell and
AUnfrS Ol OV OmCS AT l-17
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FOR MALE: Mile Boxer Dog
14 months old. accustomed to
small children. Call Panama 3 3-1822.
1822. 3-1822. FBI Investigating
WASHINGTON rw it mv
FBI agents have begun. an inves investigation
tigation investigation of the newsprint industry
in this country, a .T-istiVo TWnr.
ment spokesman said today.
The investigation, for the double
purpose of getting information for
a reoort to Con ere ss next vear
and to seek evidence of possible
illegal price-fixing, is being ear earned
ned earned out under the anti-trust divi divi-sl5.
sl5. divi-sl5. of the Justice Perwrtrnerit.
The federaj' agents are examin examining
ing examining the records of a number of
American newsprint firmi and
?ifnC?n comPanies affiliated
with Canadian paper companies.
The checkup does not affect Can Canadian
adian Canadian newsprint firms, which sup supply
ply supply a IarPft'rirtrfinn nt h
used by newspapers in this roun-
There have been complaints a a-bout
bout a-bout the newsprint industry for
some vears hacori n -.it
identical prices charged by the
manufacturers and nearly simul simultaneous
taneous simultaneous decisions to raise prices.
"I "K i XT' T T j
i.ic rrn agents are curving
letters stating that the invesii ra ration
tion ration is purpose is to Rather infor information
mation information for the attnrn
. ..Vj feCllCliil &
quarterly report to -Congress tin-
- w.mog riuuuciion ACtl
and to Innlr fnr onl.'.fn,. i. I
- niiok jaw viu-
The spokesman said ther investi investigation
gation investigation has not been going on long,
and the report to Congress proba probably
bly probably would not be
second quarter of 1958. I
STUDY RUSSIAN-The government reports that fov)r out of 10 school children in the Soviet
Union are studying English, raising the obvious Question, "Where does the U.S. stand?" At least
26 children in Ohio are being- introduced to the Russian language. Here, Johanne McGinnis and
Chris Schroeder, fourth graders at Kent University School, go over the pronunciation of some
Russian words with their instructor, D. Joseph Suhadolc. The two children are among a group
of 26 fourth, fifth and sixth graders studying Russian as an experiment begun dn October at the
University School. The course is the only one of its kind involving Ohio grade school children.
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ABOVE THE KREMLIN A more familiar sight i? countless pictures made lrom ffouod
level the Kremlin of Moscow loses some of its grim aspect when viewed from above. This
shot taken from the nearby Moskva Hotel, leaps over the massive walls to capture the sprawling
headquarters of the Russian government Photo and caption material are from an official
"H" P.TKFET. PMAMA- UBRKIUA
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SERV1CK-A. Tlvoll No. 4 PARMWY Ktl AflOBitNlDQSM 1?J?J
l 0- Ave N 41 OTf BOMV-tJihI Ar(iMitT Ave en 33 S' P ARMACIA
t Street FABMACIA "SAB'-VIa Forr.i 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beirtilr
FOR SALE: New reconditioned
I 0 cu. ft., refrigerator all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, 60 cycle, call Gatun 566
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN,,
nice level lot, total price: $936,
half cash, 10th St. Rio Abaio.
312 meters. PATTERSON, No.
15 E 36th. St facing Finance
Ministry, 3-1 11 4.
FOR SALENOW-OR NEVER,
only $544 down payment, one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom cement block house,
$28.00 monthly, 10th. St. Rio
Aba jo, city water and light,
RUSH, PATTERSON, 36th. St.
No. 1 5, facing Ministry of Fi Finance,
nance, Finance, 3-U14. a
FOR SALE: Hills Cottage at
Coronado Beach, two bedrooms,
modern improvements, 2 power
plants and well on property.
Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
FOR SALE: Chalet in Las
Cumbres with payment facilities,
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large
diningroom, hall- and porch in
the garden. Seventh Street,
Number 700. Telephone 2032.
Informations Panama Telephone
PROBE ANCIENT SOCIETY
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Na
tional Geographic Society is help
ing to excavate caves on a Cali-
firnia island where man may
have lived more than 37,000 years
ago. Excavations on Santa Rosa
Island, about 45 miles southeast o.
Santa Barbara, indicate man WasJ
oa the island about 29,650 years
wwi,ytJ nt v"" '"71"
rrPCMfMT Street Ho. II
- 18 b' Carsavla:-'aV KAKMAtl LOM-
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
x12". They are economical, light
and do' not crack, $123.20 pet
thousand. Clayco b Alfareria. S.
A.. Via Ispana No. 37-40.
; FOR SALE: Would ypu like to
have a complete list of the Na Na-:
: Na-: tionat Lottery drawings from
1903 to 1957t You can obtain
them in, tha. authentic Egyptian
'dream book, .."El Camello," or
by leafiests. On sale at Morrison's-
book store, or Eduardo
Stone in Colon. .
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard. 25
cycle Maytag "washer, electric
sewing machine. Call 85-4235.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, wilt be received until 9:30
A.M., January 3, 1958, in the
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for power
br6om; VEunsen burners; air and
vacuunv.eompressors; dry clean cleaning,
ing, cleaning, unit; j lathes; sawing ma machines;
chines; machines; concrete mixer; motion
picture protectors; pumps; safes;
saws, scales;, tempers; vibrafore;
tractor; trucks; paint guns;
paint .spraying tanks; luminaries;
outboard motors; trailers r offica
furniture; carboys, and telephone
switchboard, for further infor information
mation information nd copy of Invitation
No. S-57-3$4 -contact office of
Superintendent, St o rehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086.
Registration for beginners clas classes
ses classes in ballet and tap January 8th
9:00 a.m. to 1 1 :00 a.m. Dorese
Waites' School f Dancing, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club, Balboa 2-2363.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRIS-Trw
SPECIAL SALE 5
500 color bateas colombino de design,
sign, design, 400 for decorating dining'
and Jiving room. Arts of tha
Americas. Ave. Nacional No. 47. ;
WANTEOj Maid for cooking
and laundry. 1864, Tivoli Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Apt. 12. :.
WANTED: : Second ,m ,fd.
cleaning and Ironing, good with
children. Must work every other
week and. 0202-B Herrick
NY Transit Authority Gets Order
In Attempt To Block Strike Threat
NEW YORK. Dec-28 (UP)'.
The New York Transit Authority
obtained a. court order today in
an attempt" to block union boss
Michael Quill from carrying out
his threat of ..;a New Year's Eve
subway and bus strike. V
Quill, fiery president of the giant
Transport Workers Union, inmed
iately denounced the move as
'tantamount to; a. strike, call" and
a "complete breach Of faith" on
the part of Mayor Robert F. Wag Wagner.
ner. Wagner. ' --'
He said he was not afraid,, of
going to jail, if necessary.
The action indicated that the
Transit Authority little hope
that a settlement wauld be reached
in the time to .avert the city's
third and worst major transpor
tation tieup in a month.
Quill and 11 other TWU officials
were served with the show cause
order as they arrived for contract
talks with transit officials in the
o fice of the city labor commision-
er. r i f-
. Calls For Appearance
' The rder, signed by-J Supreme
Court Justice 'Arthur Markewich,
called upon Qufil and the others
to appear in court at 10 am.
Monday to show; cause"! why they,
should not be enjoined from carry
ing out the strike, It was obtained
by Daniel Scanrielli'general totm totm-sel
sel totm-sel of the Transit Authority.
Defiance of a similar order sent
four officials of the Motormen's
Benevolent Association to jail at
the start of the recent eight-day
subway strike by that union.
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BRIDE LEARNS OF HUSBAND'S DEATH Mrs. Nicole Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a young French bride. Is comforted by an unidentified
priest aboard the liner Liberte.in New York after -learning
that her discharged Army officer husband was killed in an
automobile accident 'near -Albany. N.Y Dec. 21.. Her late
husband, George M. Wilson. 24, of Yonkers, had, -planned to
meet his bride of two months when her ship docked.
; Dictating Machines'.
MUEBLERIA CA5A SPARldlf
Box 3415, Panamt, R. P.
3 -minute car -wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway, near. Sears.
1 Tha best dirijter, and j drinks
ara served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 do Mayo.? : 5
For the' best", TV service call
Dick, pho'neN 1479 Cilon until
7.00 p.mWqrk guarimteed 90
color rrV in" 'japan
TGkyo (UDTheaajJnese gov gov-ernmenf
ernmenf gov-ernmenf announced Wdjiy it had
given permission towofTokyo teU
evision stations to hsgin experi experimental
mental experimental color teleqastingj, marking
the debut of color;TV.ln Japan.
'If we "have to go to jail to
solve "the problem ol the transit
workers, we'll go,"fsaid Quill. "If
they put us in jail,'; there'll be a
new negotiating team in short or order.
der. order. "No matter .how many of us
they put In jail,' they'll find there
are tens of thousands of transit
worKers ready', lo ieaa a
"'-Despite being- served with the
court 'orders' Quill and the others
resumed the negotiations with
transit officials. The two sides
were in separate rooms with a
citjf "mediator working between the
Quil has threaened a strike by
more than 30,000 subway and bus
employes at. midnigjht Tuesday un unless
less unless transit officials meet his de demands
mands demands for .a 65-cent package in increase.
crease. increase. -N. '-if
But the Transit Aurhotiy said
the recent strike by the splinter
MBA took, roorejhan five million
dollars out of -the-j coffers and
madeJt imposslble-to mee Quill's
The MBA, striving, to overthrow
Quill and achieve; Separate bar
gaining rights, has-hinted at an another
other another walkout by. its 2,600 motor motor-men
men motor-men if the Transit Authority signs
aq "illegal contract" wih Quill.
Caught in the middle of a war
between the two unions, New
York's millions appeared to be in
line for another transportation tie tie-up
up tie-up regardless of the outcome of
the QuiU-TA talks,,;
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37 -Nail on
28 (UP)-DelerateS to th Afrri.AsIan t nllHarIf nfnM ."ii.
stock of a sweeping .Soviet lOffer of economic -aid to their bountries and siudied a call for aa
economie "new dear for their two awakening continents.! t j
J oaV? Q"V, :WM yeseraay.,v,it offered the Afro-Asians emytWnom fae-f
tories: to hoapitaU, with no string attached, while attackidf Amerioan aid as loaded vtL m.f
lenerence in tne coumrier anairs. . i, I
ciTPvnmR wrvice AWARDS were presented this week to three employes of the 'Canal organization and cash suggestion awards were' given to two
nthprs hv dov W E i Potter during a special ceremony held In the Governor's Office at Balboa Heights. Those receiving the Superior Service A warda were
Kenheth LT Bailey, launch inspector in the Office of the Marine Director; Hubert Johnson, illustrator in the Office of the comptroller, and Mrs. Catherine
J. Mitchusson staff nurseat g010 commended for the exceptional manner in which they had performed their Jobs, the three employes were
pBrh Presented with checks for $100. Cash awards for suggestions which had been approved and accepted by the Canal organization were given-to Delmas
a wafford lead foreman in the Electrical Division and Herrington J. Bryce. clerk in the Treasury Branch. Swafford received a check for $40 for a sug sug-eestion
eestion sug-eestion nertalning to electrical service to the Farfan Gun Club. Bryce was gi ven $20 for revising a form used by terminating employes. j
AwSrri winnirs toeether with Bureau heads and immediate superiors are shown above with Potter, From left to right are Col. Norman H. Wiley, di di-rertof
rertof di-rertof of Goreas Hospital- Vivian Johnson, employe of the Administrative Branch and father of award winner Johnson; Philip L. Steers, Jr, Comptrol-lPr-
Tohnson- Bailev- Dr'l J. Strumpf, chief of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Service at Gorgas Hospital; Mrs. Mitchusson;. Miss Beatrice H. Simonis, Simonis,-ihiPf
ihiPf Simonis,-ihiPf nurse at Gortzas Hospital; Col, Charles O. Bruce, Health Director; Potter; John D. Hollen, chairman fo the Incentive Awards Committee; Swafford; ;
Capt Warner S. Rodimon, Marine Superintendent; Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold; James Maguire, secretary of the Incentive Awards Committee and Lt. COl.:.
Robert D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and construction Director. ,- : .i'-f',
Navy Tries To Recover Retirement
Benefits Paid After Jail Sentence
I WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Navy today confirmed that n
U trying to get back $3,777 in re--tirement
benefits paid to a former
"officer convicted of manslaughter.
- Upon recommendation of the
Navy, President Eisenhower last
March signed an order striking
from retired rolls -the name ot
;CmdrVRobert B. Rueger of Arlmg Arlmg-ton,
ton, Arlmg-ton, Va., who was .their ?erving a
five ye,r term for killing i man
after "his retirement.
The President's action automati automatical
cal automatical ended Rueger's monthly pen pen-gin,
gin, pen-gin, one of the chief means of
support of his wife and children
while he was in prison at Rich-
But'som'eone in the Navy's book book-keeping
keeping book-keeping office made an error and
Rueger continued to receive his
checks. He endorsed them over to
his wife to pay family bills.
The Navy finance center dis discovered
covered discovered its error last month.
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When Rueger left prison on parole
Dec. 19 after serving 16 months of
his term, he was handed a letter
saying he owed the Navy $3,777.
The letter said the Navy finance
center at Cleveland wanted the
refund "as soon as possible."
The Navy said that if it is un un-abe
abe un-abe to, cp.l)ect the money, the
normal brOceduVji would ie to tiirn
the case over, to the General Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Office, which could (file
suit against the former officer.
Rueger was a retired officer
with an unblemished record of 30
years in he Navy when in 1956
he killed an uninvited guest who
barged into a New Year's party
at nis nome ana started an argu
Some congressmen and the
Army-Navy -Air Force Journal pro protested
tested protested the Navy's action in having
Rueger's name stricken from the
retired list. They argued that re retirement
tirement retirement pay was something a mil
itary man earns; that it was not a
The Journal also was editorially
lnaignani aDout tne navy's efforts
10 recover tne money.
Order To Integrate Schools In Dallas
Overruled By Federal Appeals Court
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NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 28 (UP)
A federal appeals court today
overruled a district judge's order
for integration of Dallas, Tex.,
schools next month. But the court
told the judge it still is his -duty
to see that forced segregation is
ended within a reasonable period.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals ruled that District Judge
William T, Atwell. went beyond
the mandate of the higher court
here when he ordered the schools
mixed at mid-term.
In Dallas, Dr. W. T. White,
superintendent of the Dallas inde independent
pendent independent school district, said the
new opinion in the drawn-out case
"is a welcome decision although
not wholly unexpected."
"It seems that the court was
reaffirming its earlier ruling .of
desegregation with all deliberate
speed," White said. "It would
have been a chaotic situation to
reorganize schools in mid-term.
U. Simpson Tate, southwest re regional
gional regional attorney for the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, said he had no
comment "whatsoever" 'on the ;de ;de-cision.
cision. ;de-cision. Atwell had reluctantly handed
down the integration ruling, com commenting
menting commenting that "if there are ; civil
rights there are civil wrongs." He
accused the Supreme Court of
making a sociological rather than
a legal ruling in its historic May,
His order for immediate Integra-
Shrug Off Beefs
LONDON, Dec. 18 (uiV-British
Railways today shrugged o f com complaints
plaints complaints by angry passengers who
were forced to wait 25 minutes on
the bleak, windswept platform at
Hitchin Saturday to allow the
royal express train to pass through
en route to Sandringham.
The passengers waited on the
station p'atform while their train
was shunted to a siding to make
way for the royal train. The train
was carrying Queen Elizabeth and
the royal family to Sandringham
from Windsor Castle for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays.
About 100 persons complained to
the railways company, but it said:
"We do not regard this seriously."
tion was appealed back to the
circuit court by the school board.
Today the appeals court noted
that the Negroes who brought the
suit for compliance in Dallas hid
asked only that the segregation
requirement be removed with "all
deliberate speed." iv 't
' Accordingly, this circuit 'court
fixed no : date for; desegregation
more specific than from and after
such time s! may be necessary to
make arrangements for admission
of children to' such schools on a
racially non-discriminatory basis
with all deliberate speed . ". the
ruling said. :j : ..
Up To Judge Atwell
IBut at the same time, the court
of appeals said that if the Dallas
school board stalls, then it is up
to Judge Atwell to see that Dallas
public schools are thrown open to
"If the school authorities fail
promptly to meet this orimarv re
sponsibility to the satisfaction of
the plaints Negroes ... then the
auty win devolve upon the district
court to hold a hearing" to decide
whether they have done so and if
necessary to proceed further so
as to actually and effectively to
The court emphasized that the
district judge must exercise his
own judgment and discretion in
sucn a case. i
"It seems to us that the district
BETTER RECORD FOR WOMEN
WASHINGTON (UP)-Women in
federal prisons have a better, rec
ord of going straight' than 1 men
when released, 'the U.S. Parole
Board revealed Thursday. The
board said that from mid-1956 to
mid-1957 85 ner cent of women oa
roled went straight while only .80
per cent ot men paroled did not
violate their paroles. ; ;
A doctor Is a fellow Ww tells
you you don't Cut something
out, he.wiU.; v erne
court did not do this in entering
the judgment appealed from but
apparently considered' itself pound
to enter that judgment by the
mandate of this court," the ruling
continued. It noted that Atwell did
not hold a further hearing in the
case but enjoined the school board
from ''requiring or permitting; seg segregation
regation segregation of the races in any pchool
term of 1957-58, 1 t
t fy ,,r, i;,jnhff.,
By Dors' Husband
Catches On Fire
MAIDENHEAD, England. Dec.
28 (UP) A luxurious houseboat
owned by Dennis Hamilton,! es
tranged husband of actress Diana
Dors, caught fire here today sev several
eral several hours after police received an
anonymous telephone call that
"something might happen to the
boat." Berkshire police said it was
nni...'V,lA ..... 'r
The 56-ton barge was tied up on
the Thames ; Hiver next door to
Miss Dors' country home. s
Police said that late last flight
they received a telephone warning
and ordered a watch on the boat.
Patrolmen kept their vigil fpr sev several
eral several hours before leaving early
this morning. : ;i-
- A short .time later the ..boat
caught fire and the center section
was ruined before fiiemen could
bring the blaze under control.
' IT .' 1 J 1 1 -t . I. 1
naramun, wno oougni me oarge
recently t and had it towed -from
Sussex to Maidenhead three flays
ago, was asked to come to the
seme to help with, the investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. ':;' ; ', '" ....
Hamilton and Miss Dors wen
separated early this year and she
filed a. divorce petition, Charging
adultery. ,. iM'if
itussian' delegates to the non
governmental conference of 37 na
tions Said the Soviet Union was
read l'to rantrSoviet aid to the
Afro-Asian nations without strings
attached,, ana to speed ua the de
velopment; of their economies.".
boviet !X)elegate : Apushavan Ar-
zyumanyair said have-not nations
had only, to Ttell its what you need
and; Ve can help you."
: pRdf'OSAL BY E6YPT
Egypt opened the discussions' on
economics witir a can for the for for-mation
mation for-mation of a Middle and Far East
comrton ..market that wbuld bind
Africa and Xsia, with mutually
Deneticiai trade and tariff agree-
uicuibi J.' ...4 v (
' It said the chambers ef com commerce
merce commerce of all the African and
Astyi nations' kheutd ; matt next
year to devisa trade,- transport
and rlff agreements that would
combat tho offocts of the Euro-,
peon common market.
Tat Egyptians also, sAid the
chambers of commerce could en encourage
courage encourage industry; fight unemploy unemployment,
ment, unemployment, raise the standard of living.
check prfcesahd -urge the forma formation
tion formation of international 'cooperatives.
The report accepted the princi
ple of foreign aid from the richer
nations, but it urged tlie Afro Afro-Asians
Asians Afro-Asians recipients to adopt a "no
strings attached" policy on such
The' Syrian delegation continued
the anti-Western tone set by the
opening' session by attacking for
eign exploitation of Atro-Asinn on
cotton, rice -and rubber resources
' It ureed the committee to adopt
a policy of nationalization of
r sTho :onfrKie Macks on the
.Wesf Hncludod denunciation of
nuclear weapons tost, disarms
mont and called fan action to
combat 'western "colonialism
" Informed observers pradicted
that some attempt" would be- made
during committee -.jneeUass ? to
soften th anti-Western trend '-n of
,the conference touring the meet meeting
ing meeting 1 closer; to the.' neutralist r lirte
set by the 1955 Bandung confer
once;"?. yr'.'.- ;tyii. 'V: 'J.:, ;
However. there was n indii.
tion whether the more neutralist neutralist-minded
minded neutralist-minded delegates woulJ bei able to
vyci mi wumcrcuce iq- a more
middle course :.-; -.' j.-
? Moanwhllo-ltajlsn..-; middleof-:
the-road newtpapors o red
Western diplomacy today to take
quick H action to keep the Afro Afro-Asian
Asian Afro-Asian bloc from ? becoming n
; nHWfcstem,ferc:.i irfci
. Seyerai; newspapers stressed thel
importance of the Afro Asian con conference
ference conference and the potential dangsr
to the west.
thfrAfriAslaha- f iinit in
bloc to realize'; their aspirations
jointly, Jt is up to us In tiie Vest
to see that-that bloe does not Iske
an anti-WeStern rol said
jence's Giornale de Maltiao. & l
xne western ooiicv "n.i
farescWng land -tntelUgent reap-
viaiaai. u me west ; continued. to
consider, itself the citidal of civili civili-zatioii.,
zatioii., civili-zatioii., it would inevitably end by
uiiMWB iipcu. oesiegeg irom all
sides'-'" -u' t fh't-1 : 4 1 ...
Milan'i Catholic newspaper L.
uau :saia u would be a mishke
to underestimate; the Importance"
of the conference.. ? fv, n' v;
"Such events as "those in Cairo
are of paramount ImmrtanpA S
the future of theentire . world.?'
the paper said. "It ft surpnsin
wiai ui, yie .wesnmey are not giy
en the importance they deserve.1?
In Riot Outbreak
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa,
Dec. 28 (UP) About 50 Johannes
burg nativss were killed and more
than 1,000 injured in an outbreak
of stabbings and -fights over the
Christmas holidays, police reported
today. -. .;.; ,:a..;
-. They said, most the brawls wer'
small-scale incidents in many of
the native townships.
CZ Residents Spend
Cheer To Limonf Ocu
Three Canal Zone residents spent
Christmas in the villages of Limon
and Ocu disfributihg about 400 gift
nkfltfps tn the voun esters mere.
; Mr; arid Mrs N. A. v Harte and
Charles Carlson -of Fort uuncK
pitched camp in he 'Village, of Li Li-mnn
mnn Li-mnn where a tent was assigned to
them. Villagers had decorated the
tent with colored Christmas lights
and, .a large Santa Clans.:
rin f"hiriiiti Tav "Santa's
helpers gave children gift pack
pen irf candy, cookies and ; toys
Then they journeyed to Ocu where
they repeated tne-penormance.
The three Zomans were given a
rAvl wplronie in each of the lit
tle villages, 'in they promised to
return next year.. v
Publishes List ":
ROME, Dec. 28 (UP) The gov government
ernment government today published a list, of
the 1957 incomes on which prom prominent
inent prominent Italians -paid, taxes. The fig figure
ure figure ranged from $2,258 for a fellow
traveling Socialist to $800,000 for a
Low man on the poll was Stalin
prize winner Pietro Nenni, lesder
of the left-wing Socialists. The
man" who acknowledged the big biggest
gest biggest income was Prince Alessandro
TorlOnia. .' "..
: Figures f siting between the; ex extremes
tremes extremes included such incomes as
$128,000, reported by Gina Lollo Lollo-brigida's
brigida's Lollo-brigida's husband; $8,000, claimed
by Carlo Ponti, recent proxy hus husband
band husband of-Hollywood actress Sophia
Loren: $5,600. reported by oscar-
winning actress Anna r Magnani, )
and 2,400-by director Robert Kos Kos-sellinti
sellinti Kos-sellinti estranged husband of Ingrid
Bergman.-- ; ; 7, --- ;u
i SICNALSi 35-21-34 Jackie Loushprv. Mis IT S a 10s
and whynot?), stopped over in FU Worth, Texas, recently to I
promote a movie she's appearing in. It's called "Eighteen and
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f o'i .1 ' f
1 ti 1
resembling the Eiffel Tower, j
this new TV station in Tokyo,
Japan, shown here In artist's
sketch, will be the second larf-
est structure In the world w)en
it ieoitipleti In December,!
1958. It will rise 1,082 feet, 1
almost 100 leet taller than, the
Paris landmark and second only ;
to New York's Empire State
Tax Exemption FbriRa
Federal Aid To Scientific Study Faces H6t:;Debafe
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 (UP)
nep. Lnanes a. naiieca iK-inaj
today proposed a special Ht: ex exemption
emption exemption of $1,000 to $1,500 for par parents
ents parents of college students in an
effort "to get more kids into col college."
lege." college." Halleck, a key House Republi Republican
can Republican who normally supports the
administration, offered his propos proposal
al proposal as aa alternative to President
Eisenhower's p I n for federal
scholarships. He said it would
"cost less and do more good."
Another Republican. Rep. Hueh
Scott (Pa) proposed tax exemp-i
tions for industries which finance
post graduate college training for
scientists snd enrineers. He said
research and development should
LBuilding, M72 feet high, : ( kept prnr.te hands when
House Democratic Whip Carl Al-
fbert (Okla) rejected HaUeck's pro
posal as an answer to the need
for more scientists to' meet the
challenge of Russian advances.
But he said it might have merit
on general grounds. -,
Albert said Halleck's plan: would
help most Jiose families already
able to afford to send their chil children
dren children to college. He said that some-'
thing like the President's proposal
was needed to put more students
in scbooL -- '? J
The- contrasting views pointed
op indications the President's pro pro-grain
grain pro-grain and other federal aids for
scientific study face sharp contro contro-versy
versy contro-versy in Congress. : -.'
Many lawmakers oppose- all
J federal aid to education and will
fight anything" that even : faintly
resembles it In addition, federal
aid to colleges for added scientific
equipment snd plants may run in into
to into a squabble -dyer racial segrega segregation.
tion. segregation. V. r- -:-. ....
Jiafleck did hot challenge direct directly
ly directly the President's plan. But- he
advanced his own as a better so solution.
lution. solution. He suggested an extra ex exemption
emption exemption like those now, ranted
taxpayers for dependents.
Halleck' said he had been swing swinging
ing swinging toward t this view for some
time on grounds H was only fair
to give a special, break to tax
payers putting up money to edu educated
cated educated end thereby improve, the
earning capacity of other potential
taxpayers. , t
"Albert insisted the tax conces concession
sion concession would not go to-those need needing
ing needing it most. Only in a "very few"
cases, he said, would a special
exemption make a difference be between
tween between going to) college and stay staying
ing staying home. ;
The administration plan was
worked. out by the Department of
Health,- Education fend Welfare.
White House aides were said to
be studying it in an effort to trim
its cost of 200 to 300 million dol dollars
lars dollars annually. ; '. j
'Albert cautioned against Carry Carrying
ing Carrying this "economy too far. Ha said
if the United States wants "to
catch up with the Russians, let's
do it on scale that will accomp
CORNY STORY Giving- their dad a lesson in the fine art nf
corn-growing has Tbvkusly proven to be a lot of fun for Rich-;
ard DudenhoefTer,-left, anoT brother Francis, right,-of Bonhots
Mill, Mo. AH three entered a field in the state-wide Missouri
Farmers Association Corn' Yield contest and the boys both
averaged more bushels to the acre than their father, Paul
Dudenhoeffer.center. Francis was high man with a yield o'
148.8 bushels per acre, while Richard managed 142.1 bushels
anq naa only 135.3. i V"-T 4
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