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MthYEAB-i v; 'a t u,..t;.n Manama, r r, Thursday, December ,i95 i,.-, V!., ;; v. t ivk ctmt'i
Fcr RP JJpnds
KEW YORK;' Dee.' i (UPI)
- r .Lehman Brothers tuMoune-
ed that it bad delirered a
' "" chect to- Panama for the net
proceeds of the salt of 1 the
x Panama bond offerinr of Nor.
r 20 of $16,800,009 Repnblie of
rv -' Panama 4.80 percent' external
,-secured bonds. Closing cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies were conducted ? at
.- Lehman Brothers yesterday.
Minister of Finance and
5 Treasury Fernando Eleta. re received
ceived received check from Philip'
. Isles, partner, of Lehman Bro-J
thera -'-'' j. v
,-' Ricardd' Arias Panama'
. ftmbasadoC ; to the C-S. was
also present, alonf with' Sap Sap-ford
ford Sap-ford L Smith, rice president
f the First, National' City'
Bank of New York who it
. Panama's fiscal, arent for tho
loan .and Marcel.' Palmaro,
partner of Lehman Bros.
The bonds were boufht by
' the underwriters at 100.17
i percent and reoffered to the
public at 1DL17 percent,: This'
'' constitutes yield of approx approximately
imately approximately ft.H percent o nit
, turlty In 1993, -f :, 1
Dirt Pack On Bridge Approach
Must Have 90 Percent Density
i it a s y, "r v,v i
v ,' k t i' .' 1
' 'The construction -of thwest
approach to the high : level
bridge over the CanaLwlll have
to be a fast-moving Job with the
major part of theworavjIto ba
completed durin-rtha coming-dry
5 season, Lt. Col.-Robert D. Brown, Brown,-Jr..,
Jr.., Brown,-Jr.., Engineering and construc construction
tion construction Director,- told a group-ipf
contractora yesterday afternoon.
. .f.. The- principal features of the
V. Job, which is the first bridge
y construction, worir tq, he let for
Bv'CT CsV Sccuir
riv fiomr"breDaredaess Steps
, eisential to the safety of the Am-
rican home in peace or. war -u me
' .u-Bthpa wilt.be broueht to the t-
. tantinn nf Tttnlinehdlders bV the BOV
Scetits whea they 'distribute a civil
defense handbook; to every home
in the Canal zone next-aunusj,
The office of Civil and Defense
Mobilization's "Handbook ,for Em Emergencies"
ergencies" Emergencies" will beboma a? part of
every'lioma' preparedness plan planning
ning planning next weekend when the, mass
jaiivM,-Af th free band book is
,ompleted,These booklets have al-
p "' it i .ft. ..A. J 1 aah". rfA AAA"
reafly Deen-oisiriDuieQ tv vi,wv,
- 000 homes in the United States by
- the 4,500,000 Boy-Scouta thefe. i
i The Civil defense jpamphlet Ests
iive Steps to- safety in the event
' of a disaster, natural or man-made.
f They arev.'Y-' "T
Family -preparedness; knowl knowl-Idge
Idge knowl-Idge of warning-v signals in the
vent of an enemy attack i xonel-
, tad unstructions 790 nd 1420 on
your radio dial, fallout protection
k t-home defensive preparations
: aint nrfioactive. daneeri : sua-
jestions for community ; planning
and emergency action if we should
. fw attacked.'- --';v t
, The door-to-door delivery thmax
t yer-leng preparedness pro pro-'
' pro-' gram by the Boy Scouts embrae embrae-'Ung
'Ung embrae-'Ung traffic safety, and outdoor prer
wll civil defense
home preparedness. The personal
delivery is ene of the greatest pu pu-fblie
fblie pu-fblie service projects ever to.be
- undertaken by any sucu group,
' Atotd the LGt MLnuta
Rush Be j Sere $our
Christraai Cards and
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NEW -YORK; Dec4 (UPI) Officials of tho National
Marititm Union i(NMU) estimated today they had tied up
,141hjpa in 25.U.S. vfnd
iriDuxion, TO.me : mxernanonai lour-oay poycoxi ou' nags
of convenience" ships ending tonight. 1 J ti i .'
r J Of these Panamanian, Liberiany onduran and Costa
Rican ships',. 122 were actually picketed, NMU, officials
said.'Cooperating with the NfIU wars tho Seafarrs inter
national Union and 1 6 other
Early this alternoon the NMU
estimated 'that l35 ships had
been tied up at Philadelphia,
22 at New Orleans, 11 at Mooue,
13 at NonoiK, n at, Baltimore,
11 at New York, eight at Jack
sonvllle, Florida, and smaller
numbers at Montreal, Quebec
and Vancouver In Canada and
at other U.8. norta. ,.
Joseph Curran, president I
the NMU; and Paul Hall, Tiead
of the SIU. issued a joint state
ment; i ; ;i
"We,; are very, much satuned
contract by the Panama Canal
Company, were outlined to the
group of contracting firm repre.
sentatives at a pre-bidding con conference!
ference! conference! The tneetlng was held
in the board room of the Admln Admln-lstratioft
lstratioft Admln-lstratioft Building,
;Jhe.lob.wiU br different in
many "respects from any done in
the Cahal Zone recently; Brown
The principal difference from
ther earth moving jobs will be
-diujtirh degree of eonifaetfni
"whlc1 ''wllir'be to.' on U"
rir fills joininr tbe hrfda;
Structure proper ano; Thatcher t
ioj ror ine worK are now oe-
asked.' V J
. They, wiQ Tbe Opened Dec 15,
and the Engineering, and Con-
struction pirector. who is also
th Canal' contracting -officer,
announced that jthe contract
would b awarded the j following
day v ;
.Tiia, contract-wllPcall for the
moving of approximately 375.000
cubic yards of material. The
time schedule calls lor comple completion
tion completion of the entire. Job within 150
davSi-s- i J;.
w The specif icationa call for ap approach
proach approach fill to have, a 80 per cent
1 Because of this high density
and-low moisture content, the
fills must be completed durinr
tha: comln;1 dry season to meet
specifications which will be rig rigidly
idly rigidly observed. ; t
Brown said V two -experts in
this type of earth work will be
-brought t the Isthmus from
one -of they Corps of Engineer
.Districts in the United .States
for inspection work. V
V Also, Robert x. McLeesa soils
mechanics tngineer has already
been, added to Engineering and
Construction Engineer's staff for
special duty. during the- con construction
struction construction of the two bridge ap approaches
proaches approaches v McLees attended the
conference and answered a num.
ber of technical questions. 1
Plans and specifications for
tha aast apptoach iwhich is a
more complicated Job than the
west approach, are to be Issued
late this month and bids opened
Feb.,. n sJt 1 v
, The first work to he done on
the west approach will be the
construction of detour roads for
both Thatcher hiehwa and Par
Pan Road. These will be of semi semipermanent
permanent semipermanent v construction since
they will be Muse throughout
the bridge construction- program.
The pre-bidding conference conference-yesterday"
yesterday" conference-yesterday" was attended b a reo
resentativa roub- from Tanama
contracungiirmi.f',r-''i -f:' wp wp--
- wp-- There weraJli 'tepreSentar
ves f rom any: firms from tni
.ITnlteA Stateav'.-.n X-fy. &
" Much of the drsctmslon at the
conference. Involved 1 technical
detaHs.j,One ontrjactor asked It
24-hour operation- would be oer-
mltted in" view off the rush na-'
lure or the project, and Brown
said this would hi permitted, :
II" ""'f " I 11.11" I
' '";,"' 'li-',r ,v-,:-f
eeuing -seasheus : either near
or far from the seashore Is not
a common occupation even for
m. Chesson, well known Bal Balboa
boa Balboa policeman, .who doubles on
occasion as :an auctioneer. 1
But that will; be one nf the
tnmga cnesson will be doing in
Balboa .Saturday when he gets
orr the stand : to auction ; off a
collection, of items now being
offered tor sale bv tha -Panama
Canal romrtanvi'- ..i
mil ( LSU V
Canadian ports as their con
with tnr progress -and the 1 in
creasing effectiveness : of. this
demonstration. Only a few ves
sels have been able to get away,
and these have managed to es
cape without accomplish i n
-The ships" referred to as'9 es escaping
caping escaping .were 19 vessels .'which
either cut their lines or em employed
ployed employed workers of :; independent
unions to get out of picketed
ports," v-- , vi-ty
To Bs Hold Many
A pre-bidding conference on the
interior painting of the adminis administration
tration administration building at Balboa Heights
will be held Monday afternoon at
1 o'clock in the building', board
room at Balboa heights. v, ;
- All contractors who are fnterest fnterest-ed
ed fnterest-ed in entering .bids on the project
are invited to attend, it was an announced
nounced announced by the Panama Canal en engineering
gineering engineering and construction .diree-
"Any change's to 'the project that
may 1e desirable as i result of the
conference will be .included is- an
addendum which will be"issid
Lbn or beter Deci Jt Was an-
Bids od Hit Work are bow being
solicited by the Panama Canal Co.
They are scheduled to b atnd
ruec. js in tne aaministrauon mule
The paint project will be coot
dinated with the air-conditioning
ana ngnung worx now oeing pe
formed in the Administration Bull
ing under another contract,
Suit For toss -OfPlane
Be Heard Later
The case at V.B. District Court
at Ancon in -which Warren W.
Morse,. Balboa flyer Is sums
Douglas Schmidt for (2,500 for
crashing the former's plane at
Santa Clara, has been continued
to a later date.
William Jr. Sheridan, attorney
ror tne defense, told Judge
Guthrie F, Crowe today that his
taking the case to court may be
prejudicial tq his client because
ne was uniamuiar with the pan.
amanian laws of aviation.
The ease has. been turned over
to Outllermo Jurado. a Panamn;
nian lawyer-with experience of
canai ?one practice, i ,;
Canal Sen t To US
For One Of Three;
New. People Hired-.
Only one employe was recruited
in the United States during the
period from -Novt-18 through Nov
30, according to the Personnel
Bureau of the 'Canal's Comnany.
Robert 1 E. McLees, ;of Porters Porters-ville.
ville. Porters-ville. Calif.; joined the Canal, orga
nization as a soils mechanics en
gineer with tha Engineering Divi Division.
sion. Division. Re 'Will be en snecial duty
during the construction of the two
approaches5 for the high level
bridge .over 1 the ;Canat: . W
Two employes Were hired local locally.
ly. locally. They are Shirley H. Barca,
clefck-stenographer with the Office
of the Comptroller? and Robert H.
Edwards! wireman with the Locks
Edwards, -who-' hat brill Canal
service, win oe stationed at Miri-
The seashella are amona the
ose itema or 'unclaimed cargo
collecttd en the Panama Canal
piers i during 1 the past year.
There are 91 -cartons of ordi ordinary
nary ordinary aeashells, In -. addition to
one lot of ornamental shells.
Also to j be auctioned 'off to
the highest bidder Saturday are
a number of other odds and
ends such as Chinese books; la ladies
dies ladies straw hats.? lOv bags of
TOURIST ATTtACTtOl4-iThIs -plctura showing the .ruins' J
Old Panama as a Ji;drop fpr a pretty girl will bo, used bf Pan
American World Airway to Illustrate an, article oft Panama
tourist attractions. Sheatory; Is scheduled -to c slmultaneonslT
to 44large U-S. dailies auclater to other newspapers in 79 citiesu
T47T ransters, RiffingsS Retfrements
As Dredge Mindi faces Mothballing
1 'i ..., . .... ..
'Th iiirtirtrt dredtre-Mndl.
which has been In service. with
the Dredging-' Division for the
fast 15 years, will be mothballed
nd placed in a reserve status at
meena m. uecemuc.
The action will affect approx.
imatejK 22 United States citizen
employes' and 125 local-rate
employes,- majority of whom
have Jseceived r e a s signmeht
within the DredeiM Division ot
transfer; to other units -of the
Canal organization. 4
Two of the TJ.Sjrate employes
will be retired from service and
reductloftin-force notices have
been Issued to all others.
Every effort Is being made
to place5 these employes who
have, been given reduction of
foree notices and others will
no doubt be employed. In the
organisation by the end of this
month; ; .
The lavlng-un of the Mindi Is
a part of the long range plan planning
ning planning by the, Dredging Division
which calls for the de-activation
of the Mindi for-an approximate
two-year period- At" the saifte
time, attendant floating equip
ment will be removea ironvseryt
During the past si montns;
the Mindi -has completed all
scheduled maintenance and im
nrnvemenfc work, which Included
silt removal in th Cristobal out
er anchorage. One of tne urn
sion's major projects.: ; v
Also completed, thli year were
removal of shoals in Oatun Lake
and improvement or cleanup
work in both the Cristobal and.
Balboa Harbors -f ana entrance
k Except' for brief periods the
Mindi has been In continuous
service since it Joined the Dredg4
ing Division fleet, more than 19
years ago. .It also' was used op.
dredging operations in connec connection
tion connection with the Third Locks nroi-
Present plans are I de-acti-r
Can-Sift Shells Miction
imsible dust W k
case of cod llver'.nooh. to 4 p.m. th Building No.
ou, 47,, cartons- of bottle cape
and two bundles of bed springs.
.The s-llst Of articles includes
hundreds of -ladles handker
chiefs, ;; bolts of-, textiles, tires,
bed spreads,'1 men's shirts, dish
es, furniture; athletic supplies,
sowing V machines j and radio
" 'The" Items 'are howort display
from 1 to II ajn. and from 12
kvate the Mindi for a period of
approximately two years, after
,whicfc, time H will be placed in
service, again on the work of
removing a c c u mulated silt
from the Canal, channel and
' During the period o retire retirement;
ment; retirement; .essential ; maintenance
dredging operations will be car carried
ried carried out by the dipper dredge
Cash To Replace
A cash allowance of 71 cents per
meal will be paid Canal Zone Rate
employes who are on temporary
duty away from their 'official duty
station, it has been announced-by
the Office of. Jhe Comptroller. I:
. The allowance. DavableIn i' ad
vance to the bearerwill replace
the meal tickets formerly issued
Canal Zone Rate employe on tem temporary
porary temporary duty. These: meal tickets
valued at 75 centa each, were is issued
sued issued for exchanee for meals at the
Panama Canal Service Centers.
iiThe new method of paying tem
porary dutv allowance' was;ao-
orovted by Gov. WE. Potter this
week (and because effective yes
terdnv -if;', r?
Employes were cautioned that
the, checks would be made out to
throearer artd should, be consider-
led the, same asycash.V:'
Issued in--advance, the checks
will cover the actual time an em
Dloyes is on temporary duty away
from his official duty station iFor
thosj employes who j are on tem tem-oorary
oorary tem-oorary -dutv for a period longer
tnan a week, the payments. will be
made at the beginning of each
40- -f first building on the right
inside the main gate-in the
Balboa Industrial Area, ; .. I
;.,sv.!4 ,--',,V:.v-.-.-,it.-j;1 ;
' Tha auOtion will take place
at the same location Saturday
morning beginning at 8;30 and
continuing, until 4 p.m.. Bidders
should register at the same lo location
cation location prior to the sale. The
registration desk will open at
The attractive, blonde wife of a
U.S. Marine sergeant was r criti criticized
cized criticized by Judge John E Deming
at Balboa Magistrates Court to today
day today when she and her husband
Were accused of battery against a
canal zone policeman.
The judge told her sternly t
"There are some places a woman
has no business interfering, and
one is her husband's military car career.'
eer.' career.' The woman was- Mrs. Lomo Lou
Lake, 35. Both she and her hus
band, burly Sgt. Charles Wallace
Lake, 35 were found guilty of us using
ing using force and violence against the
prson of Canal Zone policeman
Robert w. Lawyer.
In the case of Mrs. Lake, the
judge suspended imposition of sen sentence
tence sentence for six months on condition
that she does not violate any Can
al Zone law during that time;
1 Lake was fined $25 and sent sentenced
enced sentenced to 30 days in a! out the
' ail -sentence wf suspended lor
a year, during which time he
will be en probation. He was el else
se else fined $109 for drunken driv driving.
ing. driving. .- ;.''
; Both Lakes pleaded' not
guilty to all the. charges. Their attorney-
was Woodrow de Castro.
- Policeman Lawyer said that on
Nov. Z9 in the small hours ot the
morning,' he was at a traffic con
trol point near the gate to the 15th
Naval;, District; while the Army
was conducting .maneuvers. An
approaching car headed for the
police car, and, he1 thought it, was'
eoing'to coiudr so net ran.The
car came ?to rest iwe rect away
from the police car' and he asked
Lake,' who was the driver, for, his
Lake had difficulty 1 getting
the license out.
Lawyer formed the opinion Lake
war intoxicated and told mtn he
and his wife would have to walk
the ret of the way to their ouart-
ers. The policeman offered to
parK the car for them,
Lake agreed, but his wife In In-tervened
tervened In-tervened and said they could not
ft the yeung privates en guard
duty at the gate see her hus husband
band husband walk through.
Officer Lawyer said that at this
point Lake's attitude changed and
he would do nothing he was told.
When the officer tried to get him
in the police ear, Lake attempted
to "push-kick" him, grabbed his
shirt and tore it and pulled his
tie so tightly that the cop had dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in gettine it undone.
"I drew my gun to use it as a
club and Lake made a dive for it.
He fell to his knees and as he was
getting up. t hit him with it"-add-ed
He said that during this time,
Mrs. Lake had been pushing him.
In answer to De Castro, Lawy Lawyer
er Lawyer said that; Mrs. Lake had asked
him if she could drive and h t
first agree.'-But when she got out
ot tne car fie told her she was m
no better pndition than her hus
He added that during .the
scene, Mrt. Lafet was one mo moment
ment moment cajoling and pleading with
him to leathern drive home and
the next moment pushing his
cheat and calling him "unlady "unladylike"
like" "unladylike" names.
During the latter cart of tha
fracas, Mrs. Lake was restrain
ed by Military: Policeman J. L.
Patterson, r- s
Pattersoa Said when Lawver
asuea Lake for his driving license.
Lake pulled something from his
wallet. Lawyer told him he didn't
want that, be .wanted his driving
license. Patterson did not see what
it was Lake, has offered.
"Lake looked as if he could
hardly .stand on bis feet" said
Pattersons 'The Canal Zone do-
liceman asked him to go across
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ana set in toe ponce car ana uikc
replied "No, by God" he was not
going to 'get into my goddam
When the peHnan tried to
get him to the car, both he and
hit wife wre swearing and
During f the struggle Lawyer
went to nil" police car and radio
ed for help; The call was answer answered
ed answered by. Sgt. James Marchuck Who
made an emergency run across
Miraore,,Bridae through a mili
tary convoy. -He said that when he
received the-radio message, he
could near a woman s voice
shrieking, in the background.
wnen he arrived, an M.P. had
Mrs. Lake With her hands behind
her back.. Marchuck told the court
"I started 4o out handcuffs on
Lake and he started to resist. I
told him bluntly that I would floor
mm and then .he let me put them
on. i .,,
Marchuck Isald Mrs. Lake was
alternately pleading with him and
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I.. 1 ft
Leg io n i u i(set i ng y
Of US Kids In RP
, In an attemor to tnke
a. f I T i r-"w" viyumsi limn-
er.Canal Zone school tuition to Congress, a committee of :
the American Legion met last night with over 70 Amer-
fcu.n res.aenrs or ranama in a factfinding survey.. !;
' At the end of the lwn.Lnr
filled out questionnaires with
survey, the group enthusiastically applauded the Legion'i
.... ....v.t 6 a, jnown in rne problem. .v v -. s
It IS estimated thnt thr enn ne' ''
children presently going to schools in Panama who would
prefer to go to school in, the Zone, but whose parents or
guardians cannot afford the tuition: Furcn?Jcr.
mrlurl m i k v yerL ?a.nal Zone school.enrollment;;
included 237 US-citizen. lu tnn.nn.;HM
non-USitizen, tuition-paying stents HTfJ
llW!n0lMl Zone schoo,s hiked "an
average oojirf 70 percent effective the beginning of
the current school year. v V
oauvin. told- the gathering,
which overflowed the small room
at jthe American Xeglon Hall In
Amador that this was not a case
erw means or s jttlacking the
jjivuicqi; Mom ine pojnj of view
ui Bugfresting a sliding1 tuition
scale, from the angle-vof how
many children are in'srhnni t
ajamily; and 'from the. angle o
nic miners salary. I
, v.i' v v
He said that as lone a a
child was a registered U.S. citi citizen,
zen, citizen, he Would flualify t be In
eluded in the fight. It did not
matter what nationality the
mother Was, or whether the
father had deserted or divorc divorced
ed divorced his wife. y y-After,
After, y-After, the forms will be col collected
lected collected APd tabulated t.hr will
be sent to the National Child
Welfare division of the Legfon in
Washington, which has express expressed
ed expressed interest In the situation here.
Legion national executive retore
sentative C. B. Campbell wilf be
in charge qf presenting all the
facts in Washington.
In an effort to collect data On
all American residents of Pana
ma who are involved, Gauvin
asked the gatherine last, nfoht. tn
spread the word to their friends
who could not attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. '
A batch of ouestlonnalro forms
is being left with James Price
(Jungle .Tim) at the information
aesit at Hotel El Panama Hilton.
Those Parents who wish to do so
ro.av.iin out the form,, there,
within the next few days.
A meeting of interested par parents
ents parents on th Mantle side 1m be be-Inr
Inr be-Inr called for Tnesdav evening.
t 7 o'clock In Hotel Washlng Washlng-ton.
ton. Washlng-ton. -,. ...
Questions Were asked from the
audience concerning how ths
Canal 7,one school system sets
uo th ti'ition rates, b"t Oauvin
stated that E d u cation and
Rcholarshlo committee chairman
Geore-e Vleto has been assigned
the Job of eatherinir the facts
for presentation at the next
Several parents, in discussing
their personal cases, stated that
.' vlnr two or more children In
the Canal Zon schools had cre created
ated created a. "considerable harrishln"
for them. Other, exnlained thpt
ihey had to. take their children
No Trace Found
Of Scot Missing
In Gahin Lake
No trace has 'vet been discov
ered Of the Scottish engineer,
missing since yesterday morning
from an English tanker transit
ing the canal, Police today is-
uueo: a aesennuon of the engi
neer, David Maedonald; S5. to all
Cahal zone police: and the Na National
tional National Guard In esse Macdonald
got ashore.' ;, .:.
A lookout Is still belne main maintained
tained maintained for the possibility of a
floating body. :, ,
.The description of the man !.
height. 5 feet 11 inches, brown
eyes ard hair, He Was last wear wearing
ing wearing a white shirt, white dress
shorts and white canvas shoes.
out of c.Z schools because of
the raised tuition.
A All agreed that they were' in'- -terwtaa
to giving theli ymin?. ....
f Vrefet tn ta& them
tuition were lowered. y; -
If 7$ -? j
A question was asked from tha
floor as to whether the Legion
was aware of a similar survey
rll "'Ttc UIB American So-
clety, whjch recently declared
Itself Interested in a protect to
set up an American school in
tSauvin replied that the Le- -alon
WAuld contact the Society
to g;t sjonje statistics on num. V v v-ber
ber v-ber of American school ehll ehll-dren
dren ehll-dren whoattended the Eons
Irom Panama.' v .:
Completing' th( Legion com
mtttee, besides Gauvin. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell and Vieto(! are W. B. GUley,
child welfare chairman, Wesley
H. Sparling. Department Service,
and Nick Olson, past depart department
ment department commander.
Parents were told there would
be a second meeting called
sometime next week fnr t.h Pa
cific-aiders. : ,l
RP Tot Helps
In Canal Zone i
A little Panamanian boy who '5 -to
Canal;, Zone .Police solved a 11
found some papers in a Panama
City street and handed them over '.
seriesof Canal Zone hurglaries.it
was reported today, H
The man who Was eau"ht
through the boy's action is serafin
Guerrero, 29, Panamania, who was "V
before Balboa:. Magistrates Court 1
today on two burglary charges, v
Police said that some of the pap-
ers that the boy had brought fn had i
been part of property stolenjfrom t
Canal Zone buildings But one of
the papers had led police io an
eight year-old boy whom Guerrero ;
had used as an accomplice' and
The cases againts Guerrero wers 1
continued until Dec. S. .'.. v J
Up For Discussion
By RP Council
The pay system for Panama
Canal stevedores Is scheduled to
he discussed next week at n.
' r ,'.!,'.
clal meeting of the- Panama
Council of Foreign Relations.
' The special meetlnor la believerl :
to be the outcome pf a meetlnf
Debween a aeration of Panama
Canal stevedores and Foreign
Minister MiguelJ. Moreno Jr. on
recent chanarea In their nav .v.
tem following the extension tA
U S. Civil Service retirement pro
visions 10 jocai-rate employes pf
the Panama Canal.
Moreno la said, to have' assur
ed the stevedores that the rl"htJ
of Panamanian, workers will bS
defended in the Uht of trestle
between Panama and the United
States." v k
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" ', Tlis MfK Bsi is' spts f.rum tar readera f The Panama American,
tcttst sr Mcsivsd flrstsfvllr and are kandltd is a wholly cenfidantial
If m Mntrikar a Wttar don't
Ma dir. lattsrs are ublishad in the
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COURTEOUS POST OFFICE CLERKS
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' I would like to place on record my appreciation and that,
-4 I am sure, of everyone else in the canal Zone of the post office
f aiiinT helnf ul and courteous.;
y The other day I went in to
i ne presented a parcel aim
"-address It. Then he had not put a customs wi n iv
- going up to the counter, and finally, he found be did not have
enough money with him to mail it.
- ?-? The clerk paid for it out of his own pocket and. the elderly
'gentleman promised to come straight back and pay him. :
,i NOT I WOUia llKe W) mJte one criuv-iara i viic i
itles namely the pens provided on the tables in the vestlbue.
They are cheap, scratcny, leaKy ana Miner 1CB.VC
ink at all. Invariably, when you try to blot your calligraphic
efforts, the blotter is old and coated with glue so that it smudg smudges
es smudges the writing into a sticky; furry and almcat tmreadable splodge.
' Why not put ball point pens there, and t1e vent them
from getting stolen, just -put ngni cnains m uwm i
'm,. i.ifM tifiAH "WaqIi nd
Go" (Mall Box, Nov. 29) is factual,, and the surpressing of the
tacts fools no one but ourselves. It is evident the course Plotted
by the present Central Labor of fleers is. a downhill one. with no
signs of their setting a 180 degree change of course.
T.,cf Ttnn Tn no i luckv? if the nresent trend continues
Wmny of us will never reach the letirement plateau. Could be
our union representatives don't give a hoot, For what it may
be worth I offer three suggestions:
' 1. Prohibit employes in supervisory positions (Canal and
Military) from holding any office in the Central Labor Union.
(No one can, nor should they try to serve two masters slmultan-
"??SJy Oust at least three of the four, schoolteachers holding
down key offices. (Too many competent men, available, so spread
the offices around). "J
3 Create an inducement to get back into the fold competent
men like LOvelady, Wagner, Damiani, Munro, Chenervert, Per Percy,
cy, Percy, Kiley and Sherman Brooks.
Why have these tried and experienced men faded from ac ac-&ttJfe
&ttJfe ac-&ttJfe participation? Have4hey all been kicked upstairs by the
5JIiIaministration? Havi the Brass on the Hill decided if we can't
, beat these men, let's have them join us? Could it be these men
ftve been threatened with reprisals? -V
m --- nave ncara liihu bii icaou
Bb. "Tit stands to reason, dedicated men Just don't fade out without
- fust cause. As a fellow enioye, and a member of organized la
bor I feel I am enutiea to some
L asAM.ttiinO siAiivukA mB7f
b. A Wipun uv"vy w p,aAw-
roads of the World One should
f n.H hw "Nevpr Sav Die"
. -er occur to "Never Say .Die" that sales persistence is required by
-CjeiTri,'n .mBiovM-g the world over: that in many societies (i.e.
Panama) it is expected that a person serving you be "on your
-Keels' as a symbol of his willingness to do your bidding- and
that cultural differences are not an indication of cultural su superiorities.
periorities. superiorities. It'. Is short-sighted indeed torJudge: .others in the
fight of yourself ; so is It ignorance to evaluate customs and cul cultures
tures cultures according to your own. ." .,.
"Never Say Die", is a guest In Panama, s. are air North
""J&tterictns here. He is really, in no position to be rude to his
hostess,; If he finds, her house not to hW liking, I would suggest
he leave, as a polite guest should, rather than-Insult his hostess.
Perhaps, incidentally,' she would dislike the odors lift "Never Say
1 Die's'1 home. Bach household, as each individual; has its own
scent; and if "Npver Say Die" considers the. total situation, he
may possibly 'understand the why and wnerefor: shrimp does
smell "fishy" as kraut smells sour;, as for limburger cheese,
many people eat and. enjoy it regardless of its "fragrance."
.fi.ityoti "Never Say Die" is so inflexible, let him go home. He
Aijoes not belong in foreign service; and he is a discredit to our
educational Institutions in the States which purport -to foster
Intelligent understanding of our fellow' human beings and the
Wworid we all share. It is in this letter effort toward flexibility
-r-that I would have his motto be "Never-Say-Dle."
"W4 : v, One Gringa
The SO padres from Rome
here must surely not understand how'hornes, and apartments
are constructed In Panama. Otherwise, it is hard to believe
they would Inflict services willynllly on whole areas by means
of 'the extra-loud loudspeakers that in my neighborhood start
before dawn. Every evening, too, a loud sermon penetrates to
the furthest corner of neighboring apartments, even with every
window and door closed.
Please understand there is no. Irritation at, the mission as
such. But in my building, Catholics and non-Cathpllci alike re resent
sent resent the daily invasion of their privacy, at all hours. A slfck wom woman
an woman was greatly disturbed by these recurring brpadcasts. Anoth Another
er Another woman, whose husband works late, and whose family must
" sleep late, is almost hysterical from loss of sleep. ;
Believe me, the noise in bur homes is as loud as a loud ra radio
dio radio turned on full blast. No toldo or advertising promotion ever
made one-quarter of the sound.
I have been a neutral observer of certain articles written in
this column regarding the speeding of vehicles in the Cristobal
pier area. Due to a recent incident however," I am now going
to join the ranks of those drivers whose battle 'cry has been
Something this month a Panama Canal driver has been
bitterly complaining that he Was not doing anything that isn't
!one every day by the big bosses like stevedores, checkers, and
rlocklnir foremen to he more snprifln. T4 think, that, the mn
know or ahould know more about the rules than he does, so If
they can make over 12 mph (he says this Is done even inside
the docks) why can't he go a little faster toot
'f 8 . From my viewpoint this man has a good point, but what he
doesn't know is that these rules aren't made for the C.Z. bosses
he mentions. They are for the poor little guys like him, so that
!. ., somebody can always be bullying his likes..
Ja Not So Neutral
,.. Doesn't a Safety Inspector
, er oarK7 ir so wny aren-t mere any ugnts on stairways or
outside steps? Coming down from the second floor of Ward 4
it is necessary to feel one's way down the long, steep stairway.
,1 I saw a fregnant woman stumble on them, the other night, and
held my breath until someone luckily caught her.
f Again, a lady with a suitcase had a near accident on the
m. stairway descending from Ward 7, which is also a dark hazard
.Jvltb, -outside steps alro unllghted. These two places I know a--beutjpersonaily;
I have an idea others are as bad.
: The f lrtures tre there if the bulb is burned out. why isn't
- n wp'acea? ir not; comeone is evidently being negligent In his
E- TJity to pmure that the lights are turned on at dusk.
' Cw't sonbodv in authority do something about this ait-
. ueuon, oeiore a tragic accident occurs?
ke taiseriei if R dsst.'t aaar tha
limitad to or paoa :cnts.
is ttricrart eonlidanca.
mall some letters at rush hour
. . I .1
lust aneaa oi me u uic uueue
iindecided?". by "Just 'Two To
uncc ui uwc ait..
mfntl In mm m thftt fit thft OlOSS
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discover such an attitude' as that
(Mail Box. Nov. 29). Does it nev
who are conducting the mission
ever go lrtto Oorgas Hospital aft-
By VICTOR MESH. ;
Some of the boys' liquid assets
are in such quantities oi hot cash
they can fill their swimming
pools wuh it. luxuriate in n, out
can't spend it without those Fed Federal
eral Federal tax people dropping around
wanting to know from whence it
all came. Some of the; boys do
have the touch of the poet hut
won't use the Dennies-from-heaven
line when, they can say the dough
is nickels and dimes from juxe
boxes and o her vending ma machines.
chines. machines. 1
It is the theory of Senate ra-
et-busting committee counselor
Robert Kennedy that the boys
with a lot of unexplained cash
have gone into the coin machine
business jus: to give them a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable front for the handling of
millions of dollars daily in small
denominations. 1 -
There are 3,500,000 com ma
chines in the land now jingling
up well over $2,023,325,000 a year
in a fast growing industry which
has many a legit mercnant in u.
But next week the McClellan
Committee will start digging in.o
this expanding business. The probe
will run lor several weeks, lay o-
ver for Christmas and then roll
through the early part of Janua January.
ry. January. The committee believes that
some of the top nooas in a score
of ci'.ies use their vending ma machine
chine machine companies to cover the
take from big gamblirg and oth other
er other racket rines.
All the operator neea to is io
report a few bucks a day extra
on the take of several thousand
machine and no one can say
that the .nickels and dimes and
the dollar bills into- which they've
been changed did not come from
the coin boxes.
While the details still are
committee secret, it is known
that the Senate probers plan to
hnw that the bovs have set up
fake front unions whejrever they
can't control those with, legitimate
charters. These "unions" are used
to picket any honest merchant
wno may inaavenenuy .muve
a territory which the mobs have
staked out for themselves.
This is nq minor industry the
McClellan Committee will rip o o-pen
pen o-pen in the big towns. The coin
vending machine indus.ry is ex-
nrterl tn hit tS.000.000.000 in a
few years. This is just, the take
from sates, xnero-sro- munum
more in the production M these
Last yar, tome 423,000 of these
amusement gadgets tapd! sales
gimmicks wei snipped by manu manufacturers.
facturers. manufacturers. There are 6,100 compa companies
nies companies operating the equipment a a-cross
cross a-cross the land. Fact is the public
really has no full picture of the
field. There is a machine, now be being
ing being tested at Chicagp'i Midway
Airport, which win the so electro electronically
nically electronically auned, it wilrt,chnge a
dollar bill. When these' machines
are distributed, they will wipe out
many an old fashioned luncheon
bar, and even cafeterias now us
ed in m-piant leeumg.
There are automatic coin ma machines
chines machines which will offer five selec-
tiAni nt naStrv. a tTSV W1U1 11VB
different types oi iauuwi.uc,
.. tw ViranHi of hot canned
foods. There are machines with
24 items mnning a complete
luncheon, from-soup through des
.rt f rirarettei and candy. Dur
ing 1957, automatic coffee vending
machines poured out $135,000 000
worth of liot brew., Compare this
with just over a decade ago when
there were no sucn mncm"".
niMlv enoueh this probe is wor-
rving the Teamsters Union more
than any of the other committee
It's that old devil automation,
which harasses the tough Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' chiefs more perhaps than
m. tmirh nf human investigations.
The Teamsters have been losing
jobs and Income through the loss
r Mmmissions because of
Drivers now must put huge
quantities of milk, bread or cake
f iiu4vnr and street' comer
1UIV ..." w". ,.
vending machines. The men don t
sell any more, me macnin
t...t mi miioh and that S it.
To make up for his loss of jobs
th Teamsters have
i...Mpawi mn Arffflnir.intf drive In
the vending machine field through
hir N a t i o ft a I Misceuaneoua
time when the automatic cum
m.hin rniild cut deep into
u ..Air. And If th McClellan
Kennedy probe turns up the usual
racket ties m tne iieia, wi
s'ers will have difficulty jettinf
started. This one really has them
n. Can of Good Hope. te
eated at the southern tip t
tlOH if i
the narrow cape reninsuia an
southernmost Africa, is a rocky
above the stormy sea below.
King Jobs of Portugal, late to
the ISth csntury, gave It the
name Cape W Good Bop. bs bs-ciute
ciute bs-ciute be felt that Its sUseewery
by Bartholornpu XHas In HM
meant -the aet route to the
East would be opened.
' WiUla gr'tasalea
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Walter Winchell In
Steve Allen who comes from a
show-bit family; should know bet
ter. He stated that "the Palace i
Theater was the original horns of
vaudeville". .The Palace was the
mecca of vaudevillians; the home
of Big-Time 2-a-day not the
cradle. .Brigitte Bardot's Doy
friend, Saicha Distel, gets back to
town Dec. 15th. Intimates assume
this confirms the rumors. .Maria
Callas is getting about 100 fan
letters daily since the hoopla with
the Met's Mr, Bing. .Midtown
poucs nave been tipped off to ex
pect an influx of pistol-packia'
mammas. Theypiclc on small ho hotels,
tels, hotels, small shops, small banks. .
Susan Gordon is the name of a 9-yeaf-old
actrest-in the next Dan Danny
ny Danny Kaye filmv"Fiv Pennies."
saia to dp the most exciting child
played since Miss Temule. .Thev
tell veil Miss ..Garbo't latest hobby
s me. -jigsaw 'jqwizieu' Buys and
rent thentEby the dozen; .Big
proDiem ror tne producers of
"Les Ballet Africains." Whether to
let the natives dance the wav rAev
do in Africa or make them wear
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l Univar-l Gnvt, Emaat Boral, Nlvada
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Russell Birdwell. high-powdered
publicity man, is suspected of
tryuig to launch a plan to keep
Louta" : in the paoers-Hlong be-
fore the movie version starts. Edi
tors in the midwest tell us one of
BndweU's agents has been trying
to get officials to threaten to baa
the film. So far with no help from
the press. .Tiffany's, the snazzy
jewelry store at 5tn and 57tn,
offers a Christmas card for only
$8.50. .Newcomer George Scott,
who excited critics in ','Comes a
Day," did it the Hard Way. Several
years ago he drove a truck. .How
much does a singer make when
he sells a million recordings A-
bout $30,000. .. .Sophia Loren's real
name: Sofia Scicolone .Yul Bryn
ner doesn't have to be bald; If he
let his hair grow he'd be a bru
nette. ; ,. ii.'Vi
"Bell, Book and Candle" is the
most sophisticated spoof spook
mAiila siia Tvsil IAitrsiwI!! DIipKa
tra Dins nimseu as a oaritohe. s
Mary Martin's "Make Believe It's
Christmas Eve" recording is prop
erly santamentai. .Sean OUa
sey's play, "Shadow of a Gun
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Pins, Earring, Bracelet!.
From"' Peru, Mexico, Denmark,
T'-!y Germnny, Franca, Hol Hol-Sfam.
Sfam. Hol-Sfam. etc., ate.
ns f UlliUVlV
man" doesn't fool around with ac
tors', billing. Everyone is billed 1
pnaoeticauy. ; .Television has a
scarcity ot an asset -that radio will
always have in abundance. Fine
music. .Frederick" Loe we. com
poser of "Mv Fair Ladv'1 and
-uigi invanaDiy nas aa unlit
cigarette la his mouth. Can't
smoxe since his Bit Scars. .Zsa-
Zsa toys with five languages fluent
ly. .About two million people
have viewed the super-click, ."My
Fair Lady,'.' A tee-vee show with
so sm,all an audience would be
aropped promo. - ; ..
How do you become a sons-
writer? Well, Oscar .Hammerstein
went to law SChoOl.-. ..The realis
tic gas chamber episode In "I
Want To Uve," the film, it not
for the squeamish. .Critics iw
morning papers in Manhattan have
about 90 minutes in which to write
ineir reviews. '. .Esther 'WiUiams,
.'Jxl i V J?r "vp.rBra-
nes eyesight, .The firm ped
dling' the famous Marilyn Monroe
calendar netted over' $1,000,000.
She got $50. to make like Eve.
Ava Gardner's original ambition
wm to be a Girl Friday. She might
have been a Happy Grl instead
an unnappy star. .Sorry folks
but we must expose George, Ste
vens, .Hollywood's star director.
Hi uncle was Ashton Stevens, a
' "Tommy Dorsev in Hi-Fi" is an
ok lp. i .Includes such Dorsey dan-
aies as -song Ul India" and the
ever-pvln' "I'm Getting Senti
mental uver you" .Another su
pehor performance in "The Last
Hurrah0 flicker is Basil Rath-
bone's. His dictionis de luxe. Ever
hear him pronounce "extraordina
ry"? Makes it ripple. .Esauire's
page 16S demonstrates why Boys
Luta urns.. .comic Jerry Lewis'
Hollywood home has this inscrip inscription
tion inscription over thefront door: "Our
house is open to sunshine, friends
guests and God". .Spencer Tracy
owns ar island off the Italian
coasts. .The folding aimed at
teevee critics- echo the souawks
flung at the Broadway Hamicide
quad for years. .Horses m tv
Westerns earn $10 a day, .Miss
Dietrich's beauty secret. "I wash
my face with soap."
, Kim Hovalcjefuses to wear hats
girdles r any other restraining
devices) i .Teevee' apeasdr. spend
over' $600 million a year in aa
effort to sell their' products, t One
1'new ,Bardot picture was filmed
$ years ago; iDesilu has 33 sound
stages four more than MGM.
Alee, Guinness winces when he's
called a star. Says he's aa actor
; .As the photos from Rome re revealed
vealed revealed Anita .Sexberg Is not the
inhibited type., She once told a re-
porter: VOh,: I've Indulged in suae
bathing- But only at a party with
very close friends";' ; Jackie Gies
son's definitionof happiness:, "I'm
making a mint of dough. I hav s
a. number of friends. I do not lark
for amiable feminine company"
. .Madam Callas' problems would
be solved if she, did more flinging
and lest yakkity-yacking. ;
- Noel Coward has broken rela relations
tions relations with British critics. He in
formed aa interviewer: "I won't
discuss .them I'm no longer inter
ested in them". ..' .The highest paid
opera star? Renata .Tebaldi. Her
fee for a single recital Is $6,000.
Rocknroll continues rocking.;Some
of the r"cordint firms, concentrat concentrating"
ing" concentrating" on this alleged entertainment
operate on a 3-shift basis., v Mickey
Roooey, the current Copa star, is
a prolific songwriter, too. Compos Composed
ed Composed i over 100 tunes and a l-psrt
tone poem named "MelodaaU'r ...
Julie Harris explains being an ac actress:
tress: actress: "I, always feel more alive
when, I am ; playing somebody
else than when I am being my myself"..
self".. myself".. .To aU Hootfuls: Never
give up. This year France Nuyen
u a Broadway, star. Last year sue
! "WASHINGTON Sea. Albert
Gore, the lennesse.' Democrat, u
red-faced over the fact tnat nis -f
ter. is under investigation in .the
tena e fosi Ottice lor a $60 snor.-
age, A postal inspector ha been
called in to probe the .deficiency.
sister, told the inspector that, she
had placed $60 on the desk of Ov
carLollis; chief clerk, In payment
for B.amps, but'LoUis says he can't
remember her doing: it. though he
doesn't question her word.? At a-
By rate- the money has vanunea.
Despite the small amount, any
tampering with postal funds Is a
Federal,, offense, and the culprit
can be sent to jail. -r
While bo one really thinks the
Senator's sister was responsible,
people are wonder jig why she has
a- job in the senate i'ost u nee
in the first place She is not a
particularly efficient worker. Be
sides. her senatorial; brother, has
one of the prize BiacK Angu neras
... ; . ......
is toe nuuu'nu. ii nui, ovenj'
stricken. : V'-';1" '..;
''rownieeiddltor of:, the
newspaper' long Owned by t his fa family
mily family it bowing : out of the" New
York Herald Tribune this week. He
has been' offered three different
jobs by the Eisenhower adminis
tra'ion and wiljake one of them.
The man who found the salvag salvag-ging
ging salvag-ging angel :foe the; '.'Trib," Tex
McCrary., is also bowing out. r s
McCrary, who got 'plenty of
brickbats during the Sherman A-doms-Gold'ine
battle, did a terri terrific
fic terrific job behind the scenes of find find-in'
in' find-in' two standby angels for the
financially faltering Trib. One was
a" Democrat. ? rinauy,: jci;rary s
old wartime friend, Ambassador
John Hay Whitney, moved in and
put UP the cash to carry one to
the most historic' Republican pap papers
ers papers in the East.
If it hadn't been for McCrary
the paper might have folded, of
gone Democratic, Faradoxicaily,
some Republicans are now pan panning
ning panning him..
NIXON'S DISI NdACIMINT
Vice president Richard aNix-
on has .been ; going through what
the diplomats call "disengage.
ment." Political observers, who are
more mun; ? tall it "disenchant "disenchantment,"
ment," "disenchantment," while some of the politici
ans; who are--even blunter, call it
"disenfranchisemeht." ?' ff
No matter what' you call ft;
Nixon isj movlhg' lway from Ei
senhower; "7f;1 Yf'f""' ;
It'a notv a one-way Operation,
however: tte; is also movinr. a-
way from Dick, and some of ihe
boys at the White House are cite
bitter' toward the Vice President.
The aren't savins rnnch. ut Here
is ins rvraence, wrair mrnori Mmi
Miner IvWatHa. When thtfPre
on hisv plsce I George Champion,
-resident of the Chase Manhattan
Bank, controlled by the Rockefel
ler feniUy,' with- David' Rockefeller
ir,, head of its finance committee,
Champion was Ike'f golfing com companion
panion companion .in Augusta.. '' v,1
Meier Ividenct-4 There is no
indication that Nixon called at the
White House to. say goobye or, for
instructions for his Important trip
tn T-ondnn lust before Ike left 'or
Augusta, The v White House; when
Queried, refused to confirm or de deny
ny deny this. Nixon was leaving for Lon London
don London where Eisenhower had lived
durinj much o h war, .where
he delivered 'his-famous Guildhall
s.peecn. JNiKon was aiso vismng
. IS I f I :
;hie.o seco, sa. dry ice inc.
There will be a general meeting of STOCKHOLDERS
' en Wednesday, December 17, 195s at 4 p.m.
' 1 '- 1 JULIO E. AMADjO. Secretary.
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' Central Ave. -U Across from LA MERCED Charch
- .bnw. .nd
a monarch. Queen Elizabeth
hom Ike knows well. Yet there
as no last minute ca'i beiQre the
two metv departed, one. for Augiu Augiu-ia.one
ia.one Augiu-ia.one for London,
Meer Iv.dancs Nixon did not
attend the last meeting fit the Ca-v
bine, and the Nations! Security
council before he flew to London, London,-Instead
Instead London,-Instead Jus office issued a stater'
ment thv the Committee on Gov
ernment Contracts was meeting
ahd -Nixon, who is head of this
commit'ee, would attend. y
The Committee on Government
Contracts is no; a pre sing or high highly
ly highly .imoortant operation. On the
other hand, Nixon has msdeunuch
of the fact that be a tends regular
Cabhet and security council meet meetings
ings meetings and presides even 'hem in -the
more.: with the Berlin crisis in increasing
creasing increasing in gravity, Nixon needed
to be posted ,'o di?cu$s the crisi
with.-tte JBritiih when he arrived
In London. t tJ.V'
Majsr Ividancs-- Holding an off
the-record conference with British
newsmen be 'ore leaving for Lon-
don, Nixon dropped word that, he
was operating .semi-independenny
of the Sta e Department. His
speeches, he said, would reflect
his own vie wsr though. on important
matters such as Berlin they would
reflect the Administration's views.
' Asked whether his speeches were
being cleared with the S, ate De-.
partment, he replied;
"No, I never have my speeches-'
cleared by the State Department.
Of course I take' the best idvlce
available, but I don' consult any anyone
one anyone regarding my speeches. They
are my own. My position is uni-
Tne anove eviaence, wrappea
together with'; Nixon's '.'long-distance
phone conversations in Oc October
tober October fordna Dulles an''Tasenhowr
er to reverse, their t"' against
criticizing Democrats u Foreign
Pohcy. spe'ls more and more dis
The disengagement : is based
Chiefly on the fact Nixon cannot
affordi to be tied to an Adminis Administration
tration Administration which has taken the worst
beatini in an off-year election that-
Nixon is a cool apd, calculating
politician. He know!' that although
the .-President tried to stem tnis
Hde, he wa only able -to fill about
half the halls on his speaking trips
to -San Francisco and Los Angeles.
. Nixon also knows, that the only
President in 25 years. wbo was
kept sitting in a hotel suite In Nevr
YOrkiCity during an-election cam,?
paignt ia the present Jncumbenf.
" Roosevelt and Truman, were kept
btsy curing iall over,Manhattsrt,
waving te cheeringi.jcrowds. Ike
was kept in hirhete; suite because
the Rocke'eller Jiandlers, were i i-fraid
fraid i-fraid rot too much identification
wih "Ike. w' ; ifi4 '
iNixonoh Is .afralaVoi joo much
-vAs far as ikc is concernea, xposb
around the White House lay that
it's mutuaVTbe gtaisen seect m
the White House ns plus Ike's
failure to ohon Nixoa. at. Colorado
Swings' from, Denver, appear ,to
tELItVpit MOON PtUPTION
WASHINGTON ftlPIWAh Irish
astronomer says be believes Rus
sisii, reports of a volcanlc-tUte
eruoHon on-the piooh'Nw. 3 are
Probably, ;tfue.- Prof. Ernst J.
Opik, noted atronomer and edi editor
tor editor -.of -the Irish,' Agronomic
Journal;rsaid oday the. internal
heat of the lunar body was high,
enoueh to make 'an occasional
eruption "very likely." ;
was ust one of, the cast.-, x
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dnso Lopez Asks Frank
Mr nemisonere s rroo ems
JSlSSIAW'lNOTOM Statu and La'Anjiarleaatfle
'jiWt ; BraziUao"dUatr Fred a rfov for Conciliation by calling f or;ojnt afforta to find
5 '.Moi Mtin Com mittw of i2t Ahw&san ; Nationa c to adobt f ar-iwachine i
- tntfaturat to' P1 "cdnoirirc diyelppmant but the United S tatet faVort'rrtoatft6derat approach.
te of tha eroup questtoned V"ited Statet determination to pursue A?'rfME look" policy toward Latin Amricai
" 1 f timet' -fold hushed meeting nioa In .fhv memory of seasoned sdvtwUyn iJ Amerfit's eSSilomic The Colombian 'Lleadf said he
that after Vice PresicleiitBicbud diIomto.;,-f-'-r. : problems..: v ,fl :. hoped" it-wbuld fee poMibls'to
sfM Nixon's riot-tora visit to Souttt : Lopes mWrrupted a tengthy du- Ths U.S, official also suggested make, constructive cnUcism Jlur-
America uicic nti row uvuk a MiBb uus uneuuum uuui uticnux uie oiccuuks wiuioul 11x1-
damental attitude seems
r Lamz'i remarks were 'msde
sn obvious, effort to larity ; ,tjfe
aims of the newly-formed commit-,
: tee. It has been debating here for
two weeks eff ways or puiung Juai Juai-fa
fa Juai-fa America out ot -its economic,
difficulties: f ' .
.rTli;7yetold- former wet ex
ecutive, widely tegaraed ,as an
elder', statesman of the' Americas,
spoka -with the. softness -ana, pa-;
tience of father addressing his
children. What he had to say pro pro-,
, pro-, duced one of the 'toost dramtic
session St the Pan American. V
pn u s.; interest in its neienoors iiaa private investments- in una a-
tK,M. ,v,,i()imenci 10 maxe a mea tor, gresi-
Rii fhnteaJ Tiif 'bee :om in s er frankness on aU sides, y : Looet rfetortad that "4t jinvon
ttMinrihaiurt ha wi.; .in iun- necauins mat ne naa once 10 mama fnr fnmrtirir th-
UAVUbMMVH. r ,l.t i I " -4. -
Wins term! Award
For Atomic Success
WASHINGTON 'f UPIWAU but
vone of those oresent ktiew why
' Eugene P. Wigner was getting the.
30,000 ana tne soua goia meaai.
The exception was ui. wigner,
a slightly buiW, friendly lilttle man
whose expressive eyei aiiernaie
ly .registered 'i mystification. and
' H vou Dinned -Wiener down,
,he'df probably tell you: he iwas
picked' to receive 1his year's En Enrico
rico Enrico Fermi physics awsrd solely
because the pickers are good, nd
land;--'!-.-"' 1 v. v.;;
The truth is tbar this little man,
born In BudaDest. 'Hungary. 56
years ago, was ehosen because he
is one of tne woricrs greatest
Bhvsicists. -because he., contributed
immeasurably to -She .success qt
s thtf'U.Si itomio aroiect Mi W
tretttntf-ind because his ideas
indefll 'the x -great promise ,p
" Wign professor ei physics
, w Princetoa University; receiveo
Bemi. award, in cere,
monies st the Atonue jExergy
' lnintoiw McLu. Amonf tha nun
atomic scientists, a, representative
''of the President, scores ; of high
' jfovernment officials -.ana. nippier
almost than her husband, Mrs.
Wigner; 1: 1 -. ;
' Th award was named- aftar-the
brilliant Italian born physicist,
who tffesided IS years ago in Chi
caert at the birtt of -the first
- atomic chain reaction brought
' about by man. Fermi died four
Amone hit wartime co workers
had been -Eugene 1 Wigner 1 whose
calculations made possible the
great Plutonium production plant
tat Hanfora, wasn., ana tne grow grow-ins
ins grow-ins family of. cower and propul
tion reactors '..descended from
Th Fermt award Is conferred
annually- by the Atomic Energy
Commission on the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of its general advisory com committee
mittee committee and with the approval of
now been ousmessman, he suggestea
that me 'diplomats might accom-,
pnsn more ,11 they followed the
practice of private industry in dis discussing
cussing discussing 'their problems in the o-
Otherwise the committee "will
be playing hide and Seek like super-diplomats,"
He' said the United States did
not want to admit it was not vet
ready to assume large-scale obli obligations
gations obligations in' Latin 1 America. The
Latjn American countries, on the
outer nana, were reluctant to com commit'
mit' commit' ttiertrselvea" on Brazil's aus.
gestion ior a, combined long-range
development effort. ; m
liopez warned that unless the
peoples of Latin America were
given, a -sincere and clear pic
ture 01 what, we are dome" there
would, be wholesale disillusion disillusionment,
ment, disillusionment, i',.! '". '&?r
His' remarks brought a auick
response'omt: ; Uc ;' S, ,, Delegate
muuiH u miuu, yaimui sec
retary of State, for.' Economic Af
fairs, who said he thought there
were' '"very.; basic '.misundertand '.misundertand-ings"
ings" '.misundertand-ings" ahout UJS. policy.
,. Mann agreed that, overall Unit United
ed United States interest in the neighbor
republics' could be imoroved. But
he said the U.S. had recently tak taken
en taken important measures to ( help
gone.. too .far in. creating expecta expectations
tions expectations liriLatia AmstkZT.$m.L
WiSfflNGTOW XtlHV. Rep.!
she now knows the identity of the
man who wrote the original
f .... t, mjhm..- kA IoHm. that
figured ;W iet defeat In th Jov;
ekeaonsA"-; ? i
it was learned sne maae tne
claim in a supplemental com
plaint filed with the House Elecf,
tions committee, wmcn is stuay-
ine her charge that sh was,
f fraudulently defeated at the polls
because of a "malicious' conspir
acy':, .involving .tb,jr husbandj
She wss said to have identified
the author M the original hand handwritten
written handwritten 'note... made?; public May 4
over Andy'l, signature, as ,an ,at-4
torney who later took an acuve
role in the' successful campaign
of her- Republican opponent, Odin
t,.,was learned that she filed
atatement from a handwriting
expert supporting her ldentifica-
tionr'. -a -. .-.w. .w
Coya was in seclusion snd .was
ynavallable fop comment on5;,thelsf chepk for the
on iJiiiwni is. n.Mi. i .iirrnrn ibvii
(T-TennJ; the, chairman Tot the
STILLWATER. Okla. riJPI
Santa arrived here yesterday but
the smai fry, were less than en-
cnanteq,,,, -'' c
VVheapsKateJ, cheapskate! the
youngsters shouted as Sant moved
through Stillwater's main street in
the annual Chrintmac narirle San.
tc was disDensine olentv on sreet-
ings, but be forget to bring along
tfAW BIEROJ'rralif. f UPTVHiii-
sSutt, wks),,inttt,. the Mission
Day golf course, restaurant early
yesterasy .gorged -tnemaeives on 12
cherry pies,, a gallon .of t chocolate
ice cream, a half gallon of oranee
juice, two quarts of milk, a pot
& conee. several sandwiches and
two- boxes of. candy,
incidentally, they stole I6.4L
BiJrTON'-.ON Trent. En-
land (UPI. -,A local bus driver
was perfectly justified in saying
-.well,. i i.wan" yesterday.
A swan waddled ud from the
river, joined, a bus queue, and got
onto, a bus, it roae to the next
top, got off and returned to the
DENHAM. Eneland fOPI)
When Queen i Mother Elizabeth
opened: a new bungalow project
ior retired pub owners Tuesday.
the .occupants .served her tea.
as soon as tne queen mother
had left, the former bar proprie
tors oroxe out a stock of liquor
an 'beer and celebrated in the
style to which they were accus
dea.that the United States had
new poucy i am responsiDie.?,,
Bids Invited ;
On Five Items
At Albrook AFB
The procurement officer for Al Al-brook;
brook; Al-brook; Air Force Base has an announced
nounced announced issuance. of invitation for
mat oBnveMtems; I;
5 Thff items areiJraBr 9Ja: iMtnt.
number 449nd.:4;ft.IFB 159-15.
ran a'imi A .-tkM..!'jV-J
electrical ixtnhiitina Vfi(wi!v TFK
59-18 Lumber," IFB' 59-19 Renovate
mattresses, and IFB 59-21 refri
Bill may be ohfaiiLt'Lf in.
Base ItoiuieAeVi tef ai.
brook AFB.1ftMtdinT.siJS aJaI.
posit is required 'lor plans and
specincauons ior ikk ss-is
pairing and balancing primary e
deposit for plans and : specifica specifications
tions specifications IS Featured nn th th
lectncaj distnbuyon?systemi ,No
bating it. to ;hostilit! r antage-
nism.";-,," jf';t f4. : .;
Truman Would Permit Senate To Cut
TOKYO. Dec. 4 (UPI) -Comma
nlst China charged today that an
American naval plane intruded
over China's territorial waters
and issued its 44th "serious
warning to the United States.
The charge and warning, broad
cast by the iMew China news a
gency, said the U.S. plane flew o o-ver
ver o-ver China's territorial waters in
the area of Ohe Yusman and Tai-
choiu "Jslandas off Cbekiang -province
It ; said the spokesman of the
Chinese foreien, office hat been
authorfoedU giv, the' 4?4thseri-
rous warning against, tnese mili
tary provocations wmcn the V V-nited
nited V-nited States has continued to car
Red China unilateral announc
es a 12-mile territorial seas limit
last-'Summer, which, the United
States has not recognized. .
WASHINGTON' fiec. 4 -For
mer President ttarry;S. Truman
said yesterday he would favor a
rule to permit the Senate to choke
off filibusters bv majority vote.
But he aaid he doubts the Senate
will 'agree to such a plan.
The 74-year-old is ex President,
chipper Snd In good health, led a
parade of Democrats; to washing
tonrfor weekend meetings to cele
brate the-party's Nov. 4 election
triumph and, plan:: the i960 cam
He said he hones Vice Presi
dent Richard M. Nixon will win
the "I960 Remiblican nomination.
because he would be the; easiest
to: beat.' He said he could "pick
a dozen" Democratic nominees
who could win but' he refused to
H "Truman told newsmen he would
"nope tor -an improvemeur' m
Senate anti-filibuster rules as a
result of the forthcoming Senate
fiaht over the talkathons. But ne
indicated that he thought the ad
vocates of a change would nave
to settle for less than their pro proposal
posal proposal to limit debate by majority
vote of 50 senators.
Oe also indicated be would pre
fer a rule to cut off debate by
the vote of two-thirds of the sen
ators present and voting rather
than the existing rule which 're
quires a vote of two third ;ot
the, total Senate membership.
Counting Alaska's two new- sen senators,
ators, senators, the two-thirds total will be
6 next year.
Truman, a senator for 10 years
before he was elected vice presi president
dent president in 1944, remarked that "you
have to take the .best you can
get' In Plugging forV ;an .anti-fiu-
bujtet; Tule ichange; W
Leaders of the fient for a ma
jority vote to rule told reporters
they will refuse to "compromise
Truman said that when he was
era for killing elvih- rights legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. (
He said, that the anti-filibuster
fight "seemed a hopesless job'
when he was in the Senate but
that the present rule adopted in
1949 Was 4 sn improvement over
the one which preceded it JJnder
wie ruie, it was virtually Impos Impossible
sible Impossible to block a filibuster.
The former Chief Executive, ac
companied by Mrs. Truman, was
uuervwwea upon nis arrival here
by train from. Missouri. ..
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To Feature Band
Of Prof. Murphy
Square Dance Club wiU hold a
oueraj memDership practice on
aimuaj at 7:au n.m. m th Pa.
The evenina h Ka.n ....
v v f"'unn Prf' Murphy. and
All sister clubs and Hilar ifann.
era at large arc invited to pay
...wie ui one wnose music has
tuutriDuiea growth and populari
ty of sauarn dancing em th Pni.
senator, he worked to make it
easier to end filibusters the tra
ditional weapon of the southern-
Sdtil onlu hh ihsi bsuJt
could own a
equipped with f l.8 lens
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DRINK "STOYANI" 1
LONDON fUPn Ruiifn whn
hav been told to cut down on
consumption of alcoholic beverag
es, today were ureed to trv i
new soft drink "stoyane." Radio
Moscow said Stoyane, made from
a plant which stows in tha Alt
Mountains, is invieoratina. in
creases resistance to illness and1
snarpens the appetite.
ju,.u.tfu iiii.ui.i T uiBi jjeuanes re Demon lanrmay, iii
.illettioBS owniit.ired thei frSH ioeb priUc of U. ; S:
-Minnesota secTeUr:&Cstat con,
firming that, the case was under
Investigation, ; with a hearing set
for Dec, 15. li-a. is.' .-
$10 MUlloif In Aid
rci Unite dSlafes
: BEIRUT, Lebsnon UPD Pre Premier
mier Premier Rsshid Karaml ; announced
hresterday Lebanon had accepted
an offer of 10 million- dollars in
economic aid from .the United
States. He said the money would
be a straight grant with no
Karami, who was S' leader of
Lebanese" rebel forces last sum'
mer,. called a news conference to
announcer his government's deci decision,
sion, decision, tt wade i Lebanon the sec sec-oild
oild sec-oild Middle East' nation to accept
American aid in the Ipast five
Tmr new Sudanese military rt-gimetrf-'Cen.
announced 1 its accptance of
American aTdT'during the past
week end, j -'
remlri4Caraml Confirmed re reports
ports reports th j American' aid -offer was
raqved conference Tuesday
with U.S. Ambassador Robert Mc-Clmtecki.--"----'...
Karami said he expected to get
Prior to th. outbreak of the
Lebanese, rebelfion last; May, Kar
aid.Siiwe -lA'beeame aremier be
had been ureed on saver al occa
sions to 'accept Soviet aid by Rus-.
sjan Ambassador Sergei. Kiktev.
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CHJCAGO (UPI) Gov. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore R. McKeldin of Maryland
said here last night that ra racial
cial racial discrimination in the Unit United
ed United States takes it toll in money,
morale and straight thinking.
McKeldin told a National Con Conference
ference Conference of Christians and Jews
$100-a-plate dinner that discrimin discrimination
ation discrimination was not confined to the
"I am tired of the common as assumption
sumption assumption that there is something
peculiarly southern in a moral
flaw that has been characteristic
of the white man wherever he has
come into intimate contact with
people of another color," McKel
din said. v a
He said discrimination against
the Negro, in one form or another
"is common from Portland, Me.,
to San Diego, Calif., and from
Miami, Fla." f
However, McKeldin said the
most spectacular demonstration of
the disastrous effect of discrimin discrimination
ation discrimination was shown in the South. He
said hard-rock segregation states
rank low on the scale of achieve achievement,
ment, achievement, per capita wealth and pro productivity.
ductivity. productivity. He; said there ws strong evi evidence
dence evidence that low 1 man-hour,, produc productivity'
tivity' productivity' of southern workers wa i
due to restricted opportunity
growing out of racial discrimina
Malibu Fire Toll Now At 40 Homes;
Lew Ayres Mansio n Among Ruined
MALIBU, Calif., Dec. 4 UPI) UPI)-The
The UPI)-The huge Malibu brush fire which
has destroyed 40 homes and black blackened
ened blackened more than 20,000 acres was.
reported almost under control to today
day today but still extremely dangerous.
The disastrous conflagration at
one time forced several thousand
residents including a number of
movie and television personalities
to flee their homes in the Santa
"There is no expected time for
complete control," the county fire
More than 2.000 men remainded
on firelinesi, concentrating mainly
on no". licKs ot name wmcn en endangered
dangered endangered a populated section near
Webster school and two other hot
spots along a five-mile perimeter
on the east and west lines.
"All men and equipment are be being
ing being held. No one has been re released
leased released except the, injured," the fire
More than 1,000 servicemen
from nearby Navy, Army and
Marine camps were assisting in
Lew Ayres' $50,000 home was a a-mone
mone a-mone those destroyed. Others
luckier were Glenn Ford, Bob
Hope andRonald Reagan whose
properties were seared but u who
managed tb save, their homesrf
A fleet of aifplanas dropped
packs of a watef-borate solution
over the area, especially the hot
spots and the inaccessible section
in the irugged canyons.
The fire bj night looked like a
million bonfires from a dutance.
But the stench of .destruction could
be smelled from miles away. ,
In the early morning light the
fire scene was black.
A plume of dirty black -smoke
swirled 15,000 feet into the air ana
flattened out on the horizon, dar
kening the western part of the
sky lor Los Angeles residents &
miles away.; '
Mt. Asa ma Th rows
Ashes, Smoke High
Over Jap City
KARAIIZAWA, Japan, Dec. 4
(UPI) Mt. Asama erupted at
T a.m. today-and hurled ashes
and smoke t as high as 4j000 -ters.1
No 'casualties or damage were
reported from the latest eruption
of the 7000 ft. high volcano.
Asama last erupted on Nov.' 10
wheii th explosjpnifi was throng e
nough. to break, Window "panes in
mis city nut causea no serious
property damage' or casualties.
To Turn Over
MONTGOMERY f Ala? ; (UPI)
a rircuit iudffe who once threat-
nediejall FBI i agents -declared,
today -he will not turn over yoter,
registration files subpenaed by the
Civil: Rights. Commissio t because
he is .earrying.out Ws .iwn inves
tigation.1 ; "S : ; "V .-
- Judge -George Wallace of Caly Caly-ton,,.'AJrt.;
ton,,.'AJrt.; Caly-ton,,.'AJrt.; e -already has
seized al existing voter .registra .registra-tioa
tioa .registra-tioa records in- Batbour ;and Bul Bul-leck'
leck' Bul-leck' coun.ies. iHe aaid be, will be
unable' to' turn the : iiles over, to
the commission for. nejtt Monday's
hearing Jier on. Negro votiag.
( Wallace onpe, threatened to au
anf fedefai agent -attempting e
interfere with jury procedure if his
mi -:- rtnwevev.'he rsaidinb 1 at-
Ltempt i heing made,; to' interfere
with he" uvu Kignts commission
investieationi and that his own in-
vesigation items from complants
ot. auegea voung irreguiariues.
He said he took custody of the
registration iiles after similar pe-
titions were filed i: his court by
residents of "each county the latter
part of October. f i l.
The petitions charged that xin-
qualified persons had fraudulent fraudulently
ly fraudulently sought registration as' voters
and in some instances had been
registered... '.VV.'..;, '
Federal investigators "formally
Subpenaed the recora,s.oi tne two
counties Tuesday only to find they
were ;ia Wallace's, custody, v I do
not': know: whether ,. the executive
branch of the federal government
would at'emDt to take away some
thing I nave lawfully nd ., legauy
f J t .1L 1 1 J
lmoounaea.-; me juuRe saiu.
The feaeral aeencys amnority
to iscue subpenas at all may be
tested when the. group opens its
probe into Charges Negroes have
been, denied voting rignuu
. Burton btevenson, legal assis
'ant to the commi6sion, said about
50 subpenas ; would Joe served,, cov covering
ering covering several Alabama counties.
He .said, he and three, othe? agents
were, meeting "firm but pointless"
opposition ;to their attempts to
serve subpenas on various c9unty
RANK t AND LION SIGN
LONDON (UPI) .r-v J.. Aruiur
Rank and Lion, International film
companies have signed.; contracts
hiaking the Jtank organization one
of the world s largest mm ai
utors. it was announced yester
dav. A Rank sookesman said the
contracts covered distribution of
Lion International films n Can
ada, Australia and New Zealand
Panama t-nq 4
Senitor-elect Clair Eagle. -(D-
Cal.) and Rep. WUlkm Mut Mut-shall
shall Mut-shall (R-Ohio) are among the pas passengers
sengers passengers scheduled to. sail from
Cristobal for New York, Saturday
aboard the Panama une Ancon.
": The congressman ''accompanied
by their wives j arrived ; in the
Canal Zone today for a brief visit.
; Also booked to sail on the Ancon
are Mrs, Laura C Casement and
Otis C.i Myers, both. of whom re-
I tired recently from the Canal, or or-I
I or-I aanization..- f'Wt .h,ii.-e,vs4 'i'
scheduled to sail for New York
are Charles. O. Barrettj; Mr. .and
Mrs. wuuam'J, Barrett; wr. Lau.
ra G. Casement; Bruno u Ema Ema-nuele;
nuele; Ema-nuele; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hart:
Mr.: and Mrs. Otis C- Myers;. Jrtiss
Martha R.' Pei'ieldkland pr,
Found Under Dais ;
TS ATJOELES fllfPlV-'X home
made bomb, possibly intendjed '.o
co of at a football .iame in the
1000,000-seat Coliseum. was. found
beneath the cheer leaders- piai piai-form
form piai-form yesterday. ; ". f Z : ;
-PaIIm a'iiM i" device; lnteMed to
discharge the bomb had' been trip
ped and the devise was inopera inoperative.,
tive., inoperative., It was set to, explode at 2
p.m.. kickoff time for college
games in the Memorial Coliseum.
Det. Lt. Bill Porter of the Uni University
versity University Division said it was possi possible
ble possible the bomb had been placed be beneath
neath beneath the cheer leader's platform
before the Nov. : 29 Southern Cal-ifornia-Notre
: Dame game, which
was at'endeOy more than 60,000
persons, or. two previous games.
There was no immediate expla
nation of how the bomb remained
undiscovered until Wednesday,
when a janitor found it.
The bomb consisted of an II-by-22
inch box, which contained
about two pounds of a homemade
explosive. An tlarm clock with
wires attached to it and a six-
volt battery also were 'placed
in one end of the box.
Wires leading fr-m the battery
were attached to two broken phdto
flash bulbs, their fila men's expo?,
ed and packed in the explosive.
O'her recent college games were
the UCLA-USG contest Nov, 22,
and UCLA-Oregon on Nov. 15.
Befchcrall Falls :::
In!5 Polcn:f c PJvcr
:', WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UPI)-.
A spokesman at Washington's na- v
tiqnal Airpor reported that twln
engmea jjeecncrait piane piungea
into the PotomacRiver today,
- The spokesman said the plane
crashed near the 14th Street
Bridge. "' f.
There wai no information on how :;.,
many persons were aboard.
: James Kennedy, .bellman at -motor
botel at the end of the
bridge, said he .saw ,;; the ptane ni V
crash into: the river. He said it
sank in a ma ter'of imutes. v I
Kennedy said the plane was f.
"coming jn for a landing" when
one; wing dropped, and it v ? plurav
meted Jito the river hitbng on J
its, side."' ,i- i-i j,
'There' was no sin of survivor..
Debris was scattered on ahe1' r
river around the point of impact,
WASHINGTON UPIWThe Air
Force 'said today it has sus
pended conjtructlou of launching v
facilities in Vermont and Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota for its intercontinental decor
missile, "The. Goosed -),'
' It said work 'at Ethan Allen Air
Fore Base in Vermont and Du-
luth Munldlpal Airport, -Mhn
has been halted pendintf review
of "possible economies that could
be affected by consolidation" of
missile facilities at the two sites.
The 1 Goose is a Strategic Air
Command weapon designed to di divert
vert divert enemy aw defenses "during
an attack by'otfier SAC milsiles
or bombers'.1" -
'-The Air Force' said 'tfie" ever ever-an
an ever-an Goose program is being -re-J
viewed as part of a general re
assessment of the nation's mis missile
sile missile prpgram ' ''
BUYS NAPOLEON PORCELAIN
V i .. .
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anonymous collector : paid, $2,873
at an auction here yesterday for' a
150-piece sevre porcelain set or ordered
dered ordered by Napoleon in 1805 for "use
in the Tuileries Palace. The set
belonged to the collection of the
late Baron Pierre de Coubertin,
founder of the' modern Olympic -Games."..
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Showcase of French Enterprise "" ,r
H MM h aai a a Hat a Bt b a l i' a a a as m &
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Uke -large, light' unattch
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clldt ; acrow .tht 'jnagnipcent
heart of Pari, the new exnibl-
uoo buiixunjt neitea on ? in
Road-Point de la DiXenie U
the latest architectural and en en-gmeerirjjr
gmeerirjjr en-gmeerirjjr adornment v ol the
French- eawtaj. v A
Thl 2 Brotect; with landscap
ing, and-' additional building to
t: comnietea.'tf a-wawwux
contribution .k -the ultimate
utilization and ornamentlntr ot
the ;Voi Triomphale marked
t bsr jColbertTltt'the seven seventeenth
teenth seventeenth "century. Today, lor
abme -4Ax atraiKht,' busy and
beautiful 'miles. this "Triumo "Triumo-hat
hat "Triumo-hat Way" begins at-the Lou'
we, 5 continues .through "the
Place i du; Carrousel,- ttoa-Palali
Royal,, the ardhv dee Tuileriei
and -.the, Place ,4 1 Concor Concordes
des Concordes ascends, the- Avenae des
Champe-Elyeees, passes 'Under
anil around rthe Arc de. Triom-
phe, advance alpnithe Ave Ave-no:
no: Ave-no: d la Grande Arlnee to; the
Porte Maillot, eweep ahead on
the Avenue' de.Neullly. Crosses
the Seine on! the pont de Neuil Neuil-ly
ly Neuil-ly and -then surges ur the Ave Avenue
nue Avenue da General de Gaurteu to
the, Rond-Polht-'de la Defen-mt.:-
There, fitting culmlniT
tion to this splendid rterlal
avenue ofthif ,"Cltv of "jJeautr
and; Lights rests the' great
white' andwlndowi'walled work
of French : construction,' genius.
' (Doriimohlr called &c.alace;M'
but officially burdened' with
the name of Centre National
deal Industries et de Techni Technique
que Technique (CNIT) the i ceremonial
opening in mid-September of
this five billion franc (almost
912 million) structure was1 a
gtreaf day : for the llftT' archl'
tects, engineers and draftsmen,
and the lour houndred con
strucuon-v workers -who nave
been occupied; In realizing the
proiect over the past two years.
CNIT Palace- was built entire
ly m private initiative: 'Shares
In the- enterprise were bought
vsnpur !jsaaji t (u)unoa. m .Aq
trial: trade associations. Indivi Individual:
dual: Individual: firms, banks and insur insurance
ance insurance mmrTi1p Tn fart.-: h
far-seeing businessmen' paid
ll. 1 A . a . 41 1
we sii -over nan a Duuon
francs (about $1.2 mllllonl in
taxes i for the right to build
thls-showcase for French enter
prise and, exports! ;
naln, finishing .and decorating
work Is still 'in process) will
not Ynly be France's finest ex exhibition'
hibition' exhibition' salon.' but will con
stitute, the nation' first per
manent center and library of
technical and economic activi activities
ties activities t and s, information. Later.
new buildings. to "go up along
its approaches are to serve as
headauarters for i French in
dustrial groups and trade as associations,,
sociations,, associations,, and for French: and
International scientific organ organizations.
izations. organizations. :
Inaugural exhibition in -the
Palace: "MecanelecS,": an im
pressive display oi the: newest
and best in French and foreign
machinery electrical items, and
Ji '- KNITTED CNIT ; i
The CNIT Palace 'Cohcelved
by. principal architects Robert
cameiot. Jean de Mauiy and
Bernard-Henri Zehrfusa bas
ically is a roof without, walls.
Its great vault covers, a total
constructed area of five levels
ana more than 100.000 i miles
from Paris to "Salnt-Naealre.
and well beyond 1 across; the
World's records- scored ln the
Vault s polnt-to-polnt?span
Va ult surface 27,000
linear length' of scaffolding
Metallic armature 2.500
"Portland" cement 11.4
Concrete. 25,000' cubic
meters: - t
Much of CNIT was prefabri
cated.: A special factory, spread
over 3,000 square meters,, was
put up solely to produce the
prefabricated elements: for the
proiect. r' ."'
In the main hall, two 20-ton pected to come to ONITrln 19S9
rolling bridges : facilitate main-1 Is the famed Paris Auto Show.
Phote jean Blangeaud
tenance of the area as well as
the movement: and "placing of
heavy material to be exhibited.
Spatial $ systems; have been
worked "out for' lighting, hear
ing and : air-eonuuorung. Five
hundred direct telephone lines
wur soon, be increased to' 1.000,
Leadinr irom the three wade
streets paralleling the sides of
the triangular Palace are 131
entrances, seven of which can
be used br the largest trucks.
Inside, there are 18 jvide stair
cases ana nine passenger and
two freight elevators, in' the
near future. escalators will b
Installed. Two restaurants, sev
eral oars, a postomce and oth other
er other auxiliary services are -provid
A new railroad station has
been built at the. Rond-Point
de la Defenses as well as a me
tropolitan' bus, terminus. There
is a heliport, connecting direct
ly with the ;city's major auv
bortsi The1 Paris subway, Is to
be extended directly to the Pal
aces -A. parking lot holds 8,000
Exhibitions to follow Maea.
nelec 58 at CNIT Palace:
: October :10I8 Office Eauln-
November, 5-13 Packing In Industry
dustry Industry Show.- v
. ;May.vl959. International
! Among other l exhibitions ex-
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y-IHSKlNI JOHNSOhJ 'I've' never beetf able to master.' I
' t".' "-,, V v ..fumbled -the ring again- at my
hind jth ScrrnOrso Welles is
aleepingfthrou& ms- ;own sacung
these .nights J to'elp him retain
one, a-of the longest' speeches in
turn worrA v
Whetlvef he awakenei now and
then.lo applaud, himself or take
bows m.lus nightshirt,-! tfarff say,
but 'he'i brought aU-uight-long
aubUminalejception to luapuiow.
lV;iY THt ;t bmd ft ti
voice M urson, urn ntara py wt
' U.&. aa' radio's. "Wan, From
Mars," shakes the Walls of 'alound
stage, Jti h 'plays famed -attorney
Clarence arrow, 'defending :Chi'
cage's thrill killers Loeb, nd Leo-
, poioyuvtoe iumversionfoi-vom-
By nfght Orson snores- away
wnue .a : neasiae recoramg ma machine,
chine, machine, repeats his taped words for
his final courtroom plea, .. which
will' run more than 15 minutes on
prion stole a- movie .from a
whale r"Mobv Dick"! when he
played, a- "fiery New England
preacher .with, a seven minute
t sermon, M. y ota : ican guess what
he'll-do with f a" 1 -minute court courtroom
room courtroom .speech. x-- (v V i v'
IT'S A' tTRAIGHT. quarter-hour-
of bellowia and pleading to
- a jury and a crowded courtroom
and for drson it's like a gourmet
sitting down to a fancy 15-course.,
dinner. He gargles -.the words as
if A they were .ymtage : wines, : nib,
bles on, phrases as if they were
roast pheasant and smacks were
delicate, truffles. ' v
Once again it "la -Orson the
mighty-irOrson thai spellbinder, Or J
extras in the courtroom into loud,
sustained applause' over his verbal
magic.,,.-"; '; :ti; y i
And this' is a good, time as an,
I guese, to-quote Orson the "gen "genius"
ius" "genius" admitting, there's one little
thing in life he s never mastered.
Orsoa-Vas waiting for a new ca camera
mera camera : set-up man -when an old
- buddly recalled being present
when he and Rita Hay worth were
married.-, -V x. t"
"You sure .fumbled the ring,"
the our pal laughed.
n... 1.1-1. 'r. m
id wuita vrioa. gnnnea. oacK;
You know, thai' one thinrj Froit
tO WOMEN f ARI revolting a
gainst current fashions.
Sa movie designer Edith Head
Isn't aurprised.' As she tells it:.
"Women' are 'vain and they've
suddenly realised that men are
saving.-Look at that frazv rfr.'
instead of 'Look at. that beautiful
womarf' The motto for women in
is5 will be: n
'Notice ME not. what, I'm
wearing,' ,s v
..OB -HOPE'S' FACT
drawr in hit western coraedyi
." ubmo dailies, '. may not
seen me code of the West, but
it's Jure lunny. His gun are wired
tO BIS elbow ,r.anri rv Kmi Rnh
raises his hands' in surrender to
sbme heavy, the guns flip out of
their holsters and blast the man
down, After, a long oerind of
uHiuc : Duxion Dresint nr.M'i
hitting the- box office- iacknot. Now
it's the Jrank Sinatra-Shirley Mac
Lalne movie "Some .Came' Run Run-mng",
mng", Run-mng", being hailed as an even" big bigger
ger bigger money-maker than "Cat a Hot
Tm Roof" and "Gigi." '
'Hollywood'';' l Ttv
Anna Maria Alberghettl and mu-
sic 'man: Buddy Bregman. nearing
a decision on marriage plans. :"
The movter 'Indiscreet." eaitinrf'a
long shadow into the. diyorcrj
courts. boot atari, ingria Berg Bergman
man Bergman and Cary Grant, and the
film's director, Stanley Dob, an,
Frank Sinatra's change of mind
about costarring in: a movie with
iHiuw, iiiSfUun u nu
the shell .Susan Hayward's
great emoting on the .way to the
gas chamber in "I .Want tot Live."
the-storv of -convitced killef tRr-l
oara uranam.' But even prosecut
ing attorneys can be critics. Mil
the Graham case in the California
courts, saw the film and is report
ed to have saidi- 1
"They didn't., fallow the facts.
The 'picture .makes her leek innocent."
Reds Spend Millions
On Stations To Jeni
irte.;United States, said" tod i
Russia spends five or fix times
more man me cost tne voice
of America t. Jam broadcasts
from freedom- stations reach!
tne soviet' union.
U.S. Delegate George McGregor
Harrison made the- statement 1
the United Nations Special PoUti
cai committee t debate on. a nme-
power resolution &,m i m e d at
strerpihening r f'n eacef ul. and
neignboriy "relations a among
MAUSTON, Wis. (UPI) The
president of a finance company
and hi wife were iound dead at
theu home here last night.
iThe couple's, teen-aged daughter
admitted slaying them, authorities
said today.: ., .,. ,.yt:.
Shernff Kenneth Heding said
blonde Jane Dakin, 17, confessed
killing her parents, Mr., and Mrs.
Thomas Dakin, with a 22 caliber
rifle,. She was picked up while
driving awsy In her father's car.'
Heding said the girl, a senior ati
Mauston High School, told him
she meant to kill her mother, and
only v shot her father because he
had walked in the house while
she fired .the gun at heT mother.
SADDLE ROCK, N.Y. (UPI)-A
"quiet, obedient, helpful" K-year-bid
boy shot his mother nt is.
ter to death- last night in their
ianioname nome .and then killed
aimseu,; pouce reported.
Three rifla hlst tirnn
- wvgtuw (tviair
bors runmng to the $60,000 home
of Max Wiener, wealthy New
York advertisinff man .' at q.mi
p.m. :,They found the body of
James wemer. a Junior Men
school student, lying JUst Inside
the frontdoor, a .22 rin. .lutoh.J
in mi. nana. : r
The: body of Jamea' mnthar
Mrs. DoTothy Wiener, 47,, was
sprawled at the head aftti
leading to the spliTTevel bedroom
wing.'Xaurie Wiener, 27, his sis-
ier, was gcouna dead in the basements?
ST.. LOUIS. Mich. fTTPT A
teen-aged bov with "an nrcr tn
kill", shot to death a 12-year-old
girl Monday night as she was sit sitting
ting sitting in "a chair doing homework.
Paul Bondeau, 15, admitted- to
police today he killed Carrol Ann
Risk, a next door neighbor, with
two shots from' af. 25 caliber pis-
toi Dorroweo rrom. the girl's
Paul said he tarried the weap weapon
on weapon in his shoe and slept with u
under his pillow while waiting for
a cnance to snoot the girl, pouce
reported. He told-police he had
"an urge to .kill he:'! and had
been biding his time for two days.
To Write Hovel
WASHINGTON (UPI) .-Rep.
Usher Burdick fR-N.D.1. whose
stormy May ind December
marriage reads like, a novel itself
said today he'll start his re
tirement, by finishing a book about
the West when it was really old:
The 79-year-old lawmaker said
he has been working on the
book about cattle ranching 00 the
western ranges for 30 years. It in includes
cludes includes mostly interviews : with
old timers .'.who recall tfae old
West. : s
An aide of RurritaV' Hpuprihod
the prose as ranging irom "homey
"I'll be doing a little politicking
too, the big, craggy Burdick
said, adjusting his hat as he sat
behind his desk;-' "I don't plan to
run myself but 1 know lots of peo people
ple people who do."
Burdick, who" only recently was
reunited with his 30 vear old
blonde bride, discussed their
plans as aides packed his memen
toes collected during 20 years in
Burdick said he and hii wife are
looking forward to eettine out to
ionn Dakota tor some horseback
riding on his ranch.
He confided that he can ride as
well as ever "if there's a stump
iuf geiiing up on me norse.
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ARMY REENLISTEE Maj. James E. Davis Jr., adjutant Of--'
ythe post of Port Claytbn, congratulates Sfc. Charles E. smith r. 3
-.following his reenlistment In the Army. Smith, an Ordnance
supply man with the U.3. Army Technical Services Pacific, 1
, reenlisted to attend a four-year course in microwave radio 5
repair at Fort Monmouth, N.J., and will leave for the U-S. -'-J
Pec. 7. f(u.S. Armv Photo) :-: : ;
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR I
tk IO Ironing
ler Levy, wharfproi.ecUted' fftate," grossing international po
sored by Argentina, Austria. Bo
livia, Ceylon, '. Czechoslovakia,
unana, India, ; Ireland and Yugo-
REASON FOR DOUBT
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
tUFl)- Mrs. M. d Coleman, of
me. nearoy town or springs, nad
turtner reason Monday to be skep
tical of the old saying that light
nmg. never strikes twice.- Mrs.
Coleman had her third brush with
lightning Sunday; She was report report-ed
ed report-ed recovering Mondiv ifur hnit
hurled vher- from ja couch in her
sirang room. : ;
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DUEL IN THE SUN High above the clouds, a Ryan Firebee 1
jet target drone (foreground) attempts to outwit a suoersonie
Convair F-102, armed with deadly Falcon 'guided missiles.
cameras and electronic scoring devices in the Firebee a wing )
tip pods will record hits or misses by the attacking Delta V
Dagger. The 0O-m n.h. frM.A'vinr tars-el was urf af ihm r.
xent project William Tell weapons meet at Tyndall AFB, Fla.
' Harrison .appealed to the Iron
Curtain 'countries to lower bar
riers: and permit free interchange
of culture and information.
He said the number of radio
transmitters operated bv the So
viet Union and its i satellites for
jamming foreign broadcasts, has
risen from about a-dozenin 1948
to. about 2,$00 in 1958.
"'This-army of Jammers is one
of the "largest radio systems in
tne world," Harrison said, "it
represents a '-capital investment of
amifjk !M! a
some' aou minion aouars ana an
annual ? operating! cost of about
100 million dollars.
"It is .five or six times more
expensive than all the broadcast broadcasting
ing broadcasting of the Voice "of America, In I
au languages,, to au parts ot tne
world. Yet it broadcasts nothing
but meaningless noise."
BRASSY, BLOND! CARS
LONDON (UPI) U.. Indus.
trial designer Henry Dreyfuss,
writing in the British business
and industry monthly "Scone."
let it be known that he does not
approve of American automobile
"American cars are vulgar and
monotonous. They're like the leg legendary
endary legendary brassy blonde. She's pret
ty dazzling for the first five min
utes, but then you're embarrassed
:f. ,to be seen with her," he said.
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kacn notic tor inclutioft in thH
column- ihoultl bt iukmrHti w
t-wrirttii turn 14 mtttU
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hind to rtio offico. Notioo ot
mhnn 4Ho bo Mto4 k
The Cooperative Draeonei, the
Colon Chinese Colony'i Credit U-
nion. has called an important Sen
eral assembly meeting for this
evening at the Miraculous Medal
rarish Hall at 7:30. Among the
subjects to be discussed will be
the Christmas party and new
Naval Officort' Wivos
The Naval Officers' Wvies Club
will have a coffee meetinf at 9:30
a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16, at the
home of Mrs. G. B. Raser, Qrtrs
4, Quarry Heights.
'NEW YORK (UPI) Clupak
Inc. announced yesterday it has li
censed International Paper Co.
and West Virginia Pulp 4. Papr
Co. to make stretchawe paper.
Clupak, which owns the patents
on the revolutionary process, is
owned jolntlv by Cluett. Peabody
k Co. and West Virginia Pulp.
Engagement or miss andrea Armstrong
i-IS ANNOUNCED BY HER PARENTS IN MISSOURI
JS Mr. and Mri. Reginald D. Armstrong of Ferguson, Mo., an an-bounce
bounce an-bounce the engagement of their daughter, Andrea Luree, to Mr.
Arthur Jrtln Bogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bogue, also
Mtf Fcna... .-HA.. ...
Thr iing dat' has not been announced.
Miss Armstrong is the grand-
"Tlaiiohtpr ni Mr. and Mrs. kov D. Panama and Mrs. Lionel Vase
Armstrong of Seville, Ohio. She I enicriained Wednesday evening
'was graduated from cnsiouaiai ine JmDassy ai a supper par
tiigh School in 1956 and is nowity honoring the Minister of Edu
mproyed as a secretary for the i cation and Mrs. Carlos Sucre.
Strodtman Real Estate Company Invitations were issued to i
lia St. Louis, Mo. i small 'group of friends
ciUr. Bogue, a graduate of fer fer-guson
guson fer-guson High School, served for
four years m the Navy and is
. jiow employed by the Chevrolet
Company in Haielwood, Mo. He
'attended Washington University in
St..-Louis. He it the grandson of
ijtrs; Anna Bogue of Vermont, 111.
'Ambassador, Mrs. Vasse
. Entertain At Supper Party
The Ambassador of France in
1 1 Announced
Annnunrpmpnt' hac hppn mad
of the forthcoming, marriage of
Miss Agnes S ella Brin, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teodoro Bnn,
to Mr. Rodouo Chian, son pt Mr
and Mrs. Rodolfo E. Chiart.
Th nuDtial vows will b x
changed Saturday evening at the
Iglesia del samuario rvacionai.
Used after every
prttnu heat rath,
chafe and galling,
clings clote, keeps
baby freih. com- lffnTf1l
Mdiiii Muu tun CnoM iwt txudD
tIW wnbMni. In tntl laaolia iieosiko
OvwwQok fjbt ok Lactog
WISE MOTHERCRAPT ... the guidance of your own doctor .
and chowe of food are vital at this stage of your baby's development
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, doctors and mothers alike
turn with confidence to nourishing, balanced, all-milk Lactogen
tor bottle feeding requirements.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and safe,
and because it is so easy .to digest, it is of great benefit m avoiding
and even correcting underweight conditions.
A mocJMUd whole cewt' milk in powder farm with omUJ
vitamint A mtti D mnd Ire.
Y mta H with toktwann, bail) watar
mj baby battla la raaejyl
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CREDENTIALS PRESENTED Misa Angela Romera Vera-Argeritini'i ; first lady "-ambassador,
presents her official credentials to President of Panama Ernesto de la Guardia Jr,- Joining in
the congratulatory toast is Panama's Foreign Minister Miguel xworeno jr., at rigni. r ;
It Anger 4, ,- of greatest
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I siCraenLi Rtainer1 ; mainstay of,' ,I Spanish Jar's
ii Inferior JO Hindu queens the human 40 Narrow roada
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CUB SCOUT PACK 18,- formerly sponsored by the : Fleet Reserve Association Branch 59, has been re-
organized and now is sponsored by the coco solo .vuvic touneii. snown.wiui tneir ieaaerMrs nana
jyumms, are jnemoera oi uen t
roVMipnif; Wd Paris, George
4. From left to Tight are MrsMimms, )8nia Jdak;-Mike;Kredell( Da Da-jrga
jrga Da-jrga Rusted- anrt Mike Strong. Army Photo)
Thanksgiving 1 vsciti6ii found
many JCers partaklnt of the sun,
sand, and turf at Santa Clara.
Some of ,us stayed home for tur turkey
key turkey Thursday, while others went
up on Wednesday after school for
an ex rs day in the sun., Either
way, most of us came home with
sunburns, varying in intensity in
a direct ratio to the sense' of the
person involved, Happy holiday it
(I presume thoje who stayed
home had sn 'equally pleasant. If
not as painful,, time.)
Now that' the rae!e cards" ar
all out, anflMhe yarleus shocks
whether surprisingly geed er
btdhave been eerm, CZ
JC .has settled back hewn te
normal. The- ttialn hetlceable
ehnoe'ts that there is a Jittle
mere intense Studying going en.
Fsmllijr scenes arouhd JC: Sev Several
eral Several girls nursinj "wounds; hon
orsbly received in their fantastic
rides on Horseback.- .-.Jeannelle
Orr studying. .' .Vsrious. students
getting .Uuiterm-paper-glaze m
their eyes. .Some. gluttonous peo people
ple people fpllgotmis taaflynas five
peiiW'af -lonP timer :r .James
Farrell with his hypothetical law
i in ii ii IV ill
MACARONI is so much more (iclicious when
prepared With MAGGI Tomato Sauce!
Maki ynr dishts titti i bittir: use MAGGI tomsto Siurejor a
that "final touch" to your favorite dishes of mscarotti;, ipsghetti,
beans, meat or iish.'
Obi itUctd J-fc rlpsj tomatoe are used in the preparation ol M AGCJI ;
Tomato Sauce. Its natmai iiavor nas ueen rnnswru-i.,
of black pepjpe', hot peppers, salt and ipices.
Try this delicious saves nixt timi; your
family will love it because '
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- 'Tha drama of SDamwtti 'eolerand ...
vivacity its),.myaterV,,nel pngeantry.
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A luncheon party fives Wtdnet
day honored Km A nes SUlli
. Bna,. bride-elect of Jtodolfe Ctui
The party was ive,r1y""Mri.
. Teresita ae la uuarma ana Mri,
i Carmen de Arango at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. de la Guirdil."
, Another social : event honorinr
the bnde-elect was a party liven
at the Union Club by Miss Jtnel
. del Garcia de Paredes. r;
Gamboa Women's Club .'
Plena Christine Party
-The Gamboa women's Club has
- planned, a Cnristmis party: and
.lift exchange la conjunction with
All Crewmen Sal
Tangle Off England
LONDOtfcee. 4-'(UPI) -itoe
freighter v.ar beached and anoth another
er another headed lor port under' two to today
day today after a fog-shrouded collision
in the English channel n which
their, crewmen got away unscith-.
d. V N ,t T'. ft W
- The 7,19S-ton Greek steamer Po Po-dromos
dromos Po-dromos came, off second best in
the collision) yesterday -l miles
off Dungeness, England. Part of
Its' after section was ripped off by
. the 11.158-ton Greek motorihip Mo-
bos .11 and. it was e-eacnea near
Rye Sussex. 1
-' The Monos H'f dow was split
but it was in no immediate dan danger
ger danger of sinking. It wis expected to
reacn uunxirx, ranee, laic 10
day. j.' v & i
Easy Way To Kill
Roschos And And
dmitott Ntmnwi tttt ft tea.
rl tShw and ant ihtnaeafs
way -with Jehmtan't NO-ROA4H.
ruikai Jurt whara ran weal ft
(table lata, eaMiieti, tllli. alalalt
tilt. lc.).' Tha colarlan aaaliKt kill
tkta taatf. Ifa effective fa auathf.
eeoiltfjF, n .eoty so -aoaf.
tH.r pint 1.H it lalli Vlfta
SiiMraiarkat, tai all. Waal taMwit
nee, jr J
' SPEAKER i
' Herbert : I : Coffmon
from Houaton, Tx
Come 'arid hear the-wofd of
God preatched In t-11 U'a
almpliclty 'T M
T ChurcH f i-fltlit'
; MSI Balboa R4.
Deo. S 5 at 7:00 P M M--
- M-- Subjects
Dec. $ Prelch the Word,.
. Bible slike , i
Tec.'4 CM we undersUnd the
Pee. $ feeivitiftn ig y t ith,
Dee. I One Baptiatt.
Doe. 7 Morning The prophec
of the establlihmht of
v V the Church. Evening
: The. rooric of the Ve
t Teitameni Church.
Dec. I The t e f rm tion find
, restdrttlon of the
Dfc, Whit muat I to lth
sus who la celled Christ?
Mo collections taken. V'
s ALWAYS THESH
IS. SrSj X A i 1 ..
For the licit
in newi nd ettertInmcnt
1 80 PANAMA
the regular December meeting
this evening at 1:10 at -the U
tion Church, v
The musical program will he
presenUd by itudtat of Mrs. J,
Mrs. Pinto Intorteint "-
At llrthdey Celebration
A leciahevent'of Wednesday ia
.... .,l. .'
rename vuy was; pany given
oy airs, carmei uuevart o fib
ton in celebration of her birth
, Invitatiobs wee "Issued to I
small group of ends. Tee par
tj wt held in the Pinwn rest
Mis Oenxalei Wed ;
Armende Arrecha Saturday : i
In a private ceremony Saturday,
Miss JEstela Gonzalez, .daughter of
rs. ana Mra. Leo Goazalez.. be
came the bride- of- Armando Arra Arra-eha,
eha, Arra-eha, son of Mr. and Mrs. MeUton
Arrocna. ; ...
In Stolen Mans Case
NKW YOAK (UPI) UA 1506.000
damage suit 'was filed yeaterdty
against the Gulf Oil COrp. by a
former copper executive who wis
acquitted last March of transport transporting
ing transporting valuable map : stoles from
the Pittsburgh firm.
The suit. Hied in federal court,
named two individuals as having
conspired: with Gulf-to cluse his
an-es and prosecution. 1
Edward Lieberman. 32. of New
York-City; .claimed that the de defendants,;
fendants,; defendants,; Johif Loivi and -B.
Ed wirds, acting as' Gulf Oil
agents, ."induced" him to fake the
maps and transport them from
Texas t6 Now York.
The papers allege the two men
knew 'the mips were stolen, but
that Ueberman was unaware of
A Pittsburgh federaf if and
Jury indicted Librmsn nd hi
mother,; Emanuel Lester, alto of
New York,1 is December, l5S.
Lieberman wag- tried gnd gctjuit gctjuit-ted
ted gctjuit-ted last March. His brother wr
convicted end given three years
in prison. ""
Lieberman, former head et a
copper firm, claimed th$t his fir fir-rest
rest fir-rest and "malicious'.' prosecution
injured his reputiuon ana caused
him ireat ''bodily and mental dls
tress s. well M losses in hit busi-
Gulf claimed the mape were of
oil field, sites and locations i end
naaA a potennai;; .vaiuf ot- seven
million dollars. 'fh mans, stolen
from Gulf's office in Pi'.tibursa.
era jracotwto. aawy otiuax
covereo by fBi geats..-v' y
Brynnor Tekcs Rch
MADRID XJPIWYui irynntr
stepped into,. the: costume of the
Ite) Tyrone Power today lad
went out to fight g movif stme
agltflit :tne,irmis or egypi inn
a -real-life hittli liainit the
force of luperstltld.
The brawnv film stir, hi bald
heid clpped Uh t luxuriant wig,
was-'eertlin to- win the first fight
-it'sin the, script, tt laid he
was going t 'win tit feeond is
well nd bring to triumphant
conclusion the Biblical epic for
which Power V hii life.
Tod wis Brynner'l first p p-peinnee
peinnee p-peinnee on the t of :"Soiomt8
and Shebi" outside of t brief, vis vis-It
It vis-It Monday to' chit with co-star
Gini Uilobrigidi, By chisce then
hi wilked-by -the spot where
Power1 feU dying of i hert at attack
tack attack after a dueling f cene 17
"1 am very dogmiant .of-the u u-poritititiom
poritititiom u-poritititiom involved;- ho slid.
5'I will do myr best r to dispel
Id five furious day packed
with behind-the-scenes drim, the
dynimie atar-AAl gohl A lent
way towerd convincing extra
and technician that thf film. .71
per eent completed when Pewer
died, heirs no ird-lick tgitt.
P. .tiiiiilliiika14(a a)al ,11 HiN (P"p
HANA PLAN 1ATL(.IT
v ACCRA Ghana (UPD-Chia
plans to Hunch fa eirth aotelhto
ib 1970 or litor,: a university col college
lege college spokespiep ,id today.
;frr) e all Outdeori,
! ly OSWALD JACoW
Wrltfan. for NIA $ervic
k-lAA 111 KaPJT.K'
aTotlsY se)4 Seoitlb lstooreblo
atoefl-,sjpoa) .plOfSjh".' Saiat
;te ;I-e.- e Peas
fWT, f Pose "TNT- Peas
Paso v :
Open 1m4; N J
Tha lata ftanra Rllf? Maui
York won the Ui'St contract-tour-
ngmeni eVer played and right up
to his death was one of the gest
pnyers anywnere. .
He is one' of his I hinds nlaved
before biBaim had become very
Scientific,' but you- will no.e that
flummy play or- it least George's
dummy play left nothing to- be
arsirta.' -r i
A you can see. there ire only
12 Apparent tricks -in the hand.
Thl apade finesse would give
Geroge hit 13th. but obviously
that ws not going to work.' Yet
George m ide the grarid slim ind
there wis no defense te bear him.
&e if you ein find the pity.
Here It is. George ria out
eummy's netrts nid clubs ana
discarded th a.ueen nd ten of
spade from his own hind. This
caught West in j criss-cross
Meezt.' Me could only hold four
crd. If three of them were dia diamonds
monds diamonds hi would be down to.
singleton spide and George could
cish hi icfc of spidea, retura to
dummy with the king of dia diamond
mond diamond md miko dummy' two
remiintog, ;Pdes. if two were
tftM th 'queen 6f diamonds
would nf unguarded and George
could tike dummy'! king nd
then get 1o his own hand wi'h
the spd te csh the le and
Bfore'I receive a lot If letters,
I kow that t wmoind openini
would kill the -soueeze.. hut es
eertilnlylr',i SfrtunT -hert
fk v. I.
fit' 'v K-.r i ..'.r
-foat South, fc!eh:
f fW, SMili. MOW'
LILY PONl BlVOtCil
JUAREZ! Mexico' (UPlV-Lilr
Ponl, fimbul colortturl ioprano,
hf ended her ti year fbirrilg
to conductor Andre Kostllinetz.
M's Post tl granted tiivorc
in th flrit eivfl- courl 6f Judie
Ignacio MlrtiAlz .Agugyo? n
ronnai of tncompf tibinty JHon
. . r it i
The Juieoe of t eUfareat gardets
freeh vofotahlof are blfodei rot
thi femeus aVlok, Yoisll loyo lbs
; liyoljr iiTer, and thrivo l
yltamlf -packed gooefaoie. At
(jaoaltimo or hetwoos noe)e-V-
flvoe you. the rofreshsnent
you want, and the eurleiM
v Hawa4awajk fifVfJw
Sfnger- Helen 0,ConneH,?-'who
trleu gin., lnsurmountibiodds
to sive ner marriage, wm me for
I divorc from writer Tom Cha Cha-miles
miles Cha-miles in the very near future. If
he contests the suit., the trial will
mane coiortui newspiper- reading,
Their' trouble begin ilmost lm
mediately 'after the wedding,
which, followed a' whirlwind court courtship
ship courtship of only three weeks' dura
tion. .. .it con a no .d New York Yorker
er Yorker $25,000 to quiet i notorious for foreign
eign foreign actress's "a .tack" chirges a a-gainat
gainat a-gainat his ion. When- be read a-
bout ; her; v recent s activitiesr bri
must writhe. .EruoDOini believe
Sophia- a Loreb' i meeting t wit h
wealthy and influential Paul Louis
Waller ha something to do with
her suppressed desire to ippear
in i film wi h Charles Chiplin, il il-though
though il-though Sophia miintained she iuit
wanted- Monsieur Waller to help
her find an ipartment on the He
S Louis.. He's very dose to Chap Chaplin,
lin, Chaplin, and it's possible that Sophia
feels sure enough f her US. po popularity
pularity popularity to -risk co-starring with
the exiled acto p
t While you're struggling w 1 1 h
your own, Christmas list, would
you like to look over a- royal
shoulder and lee howQueen Frt Frt-derikg
derikg Frt-derikg ii faring with horsT A
shopper, who couldn't resist fol following
lowing following her ibout the. other after afternoon
noon afternoon noted the purchase pi i jpipe
nd lighter (for her son), ever ever-ll
ll ever-ll handbags, and a huge cloth
dOf aha lust fell m love' with and
probably will keep for herself.
lntn action-that may set a srl.
cedent, the H Man government
ha itarted talk with U.S. author author-itie
itie author-itie in Washington in an effort to
gei dick ipe money ex-rresiaeni
Paul Migloir allegedly took with
him when he fled from Haiti to
this country. ...Arline Judge nd
fx-ohimp Mix Baer are makiug
A pilot film which would tester
them in TV aerie titled
"Bar' Br." r s -i
Repeat' yitttort to the' Cooaca.
ban re ndting tht Mickey Roo Roo-ney,
ney, Roo-ney, when saying "thanks to 1I
you wondfrful people" in behalf
of th show's cist, seems to have
trouble prenouotlng Janice Har
per s nime uimncuy. une hi e e-YAA
YAA e-YAA identified the pmger n ?dhc
Ar JanlcA Harper" & England,
ihA flicker "Dimn Yinkees" hi
bfn retitled. "What Lola Wants"
.Harry Belafonte,; a devastat-
. .It's ntieptic. . kills genua instantly
Ramombir, you can reiovi the diicomfort
if a eold with pllli, but only antiieptic
LISTERINE kill, f arms.. '.Gargle LI5TER LI5TER-IN
IN LI5TER-IN immodiatily after;the tint ineeie and
prtfrt yaur tkrsgt and yolirielf,
ri: TO PREVENT A COLD
- AN ANTISEPTIC INDISPENSABLE
' Cormi that eauie eelda.antt othor aimllar
lnfotlon art destroyed with LISTERINE.
; r LISTERINE b' witfMpllc. . mm killing
' NEXT TIME YOU SNEEZE. GARGLE LISTERINE, QUICK
THE VOICE. OF :
by Dorothy Kill ga Hen
ing hit at the Wildorf wiU re receive
ceive receive record five-figure fee for
aoing a one-nigbt concert at -' the
Deauvllle Ho.el in Miami. Beach
on Feb. 1st. All Khan's data at El
Morocco was a v beautiful slim
brunet in a brocaded whi a eve-
nig dress made on Love ls-A-Ma
ny-Splendored-Thing lines. . .The
Motion Picture AssociiUon isn't
watting lor the censors to
scream; It's already issued strong
edicts toning down the newspaper
advertising for "Anna Lucisti."
The thing (hey sy: Producer
Raoul Levy delivered himself of
tbie 'quote ibout L Bardot-
"Mark my words; Brigitte is on only
ly only Jut beginning.' She gets more
attractive ech yelr. In six yeirs,
when, she i 30, he will be at the
height of her glory. She may e e-van
van e-van bea -good Actress." .In
announcing Julie London's plan to
marry Bobby Troup a iter almot
four yein of. indecision, their
business manager,-Robert Ginter,
made the fascinating statement,
"They suddenly discovered there's
no reason not to bo married."
(Nohow!). Ahd comedian Jack
Carter, who turned up at Goldie'i
wi n a beautifully sculptured Ama-
ton at least six feet tall, explain
ed, casually; l found Her in a
The Sardi Set theorizes .that
Bill ; Mrchant's' new play, "Fast "Fast-et'
et' "Fast-et' Faster" is based on the life
of Nancy and Frank Sinatra-from
th dayi of their courtship, un'il
they divorced. ; .Joel Gray and
his pretty bride are knitting tiny
garment!. .Hirry Conover is
bedded- with i broken arm. bro broken
ken broken ribi and lung injuries liter i
fill from horse during Long
Island hunt. .There'll be bit bit-te
te bit-te legal battle when A. B, Etkes
Attempt to IdOpt hi seven-year-old
nephew, Ponild O'Brian, the
son of Hugh ("Wytt Eartp") O' O'Brien.
Brien. O'Brien. .Don Rohdon tells chums
he turned down the mile lead m
Gwen Verdon's upcoming show.
"Redhead" and his reason .indi .indicate
cate .indicate he'll never ippear in Any
Broidwiy long-and -! dancer: .
Gpt .Gaither, once the pet of
Grace Kelly, hasn't been invited
to any of the social functions in involved
volved involved In Their Serene Highnesi Highnesi-e
e Highnesi-e visit to New York and Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. v v
Claire Bloom has been offered
th title role in "The'Sdn df Rob Robin
in Robin Hood." But don't worry. The
"son" turn out to be a daughter.)
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before that freeze cgm turn into a cold use
If you have lust taken a bite of
rood when someone asks you a
question, swallow it before at
tempting to answer.
one of the most unpleasant
sights at any table is a person
wno taixs with food in bis mouth
HOBBY IN HOSPITAL
HOUSTON. Tex. mpTl Wil.
liam P. Hobbv. 80. a former ffov-
frnor of Texas, and Houston pub-
nsnerv was in Critical condition at
a hoSDltal todav with an Hirer
ailment. Hobbv is the huxhanrl nf
.uveta tuip Hobby, who became
me nauop s urst woman cabinet
member whan, she nrvH ir.
retary of health, educition and
weuare in the Elsenhower admin
istration. Hobby is chairman of
the board of The Houston Post.
. . .Interesting, top secret
Democratic ma ters were discuss
ed the other evening when Gover Governor
nor Governor and Mrf. Robp-I Mpvnpr nf
New Jersey entertained Governor
elect Edmund "Pat" Brown of
California and his attractive wife,
uernice, .Maaiso Ave. window window-shoppers
shoppers window-shoppers turned away from the
Christmas displays -to watch a
a rolling pair in animated conver
sation: Madame Chiang Kai-.-hek,
in mink, and cardinal Snellman.
in basic black. .Dody Heath was
so proficient in her plain-Jane
role in "The Diary of Ann
Frank, she s been given a gla glamor
mor glamor girl role in th next Shirley
Dr. Osvaldo Velasquez
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of his office at Via Espana
. Office hours:
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TEE PANAMA AMERICAN JUf lybgfEXUEfjT TAELY NEWSPArE
THURSDAY,. DECEMBER 1151 !r
Champion Carta Vieja
John Anderson To Oppose
Kings' Classy Bud Black;
Marlboro Whips Beermen
The champion Carta Vieja Yankees, whose key
number has been two since the season began, eyed
first place in the Panama Professional League to-
day as they prepared for their game with the Kings
1 tonight at the Olympic Stadium.
The Yankees lost their first two ames, then
.won two straight to create a f ouratfe. Tfiejfhave
, rested up two days in a row and need two consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victories again to take the lead from Marlboro,
who they trail by a full game.
If the Yankees win tonight,
they move to within a half game
, Of the leaders.
And the defending champions;
always the ones to look ahead,
would take over the top spot by
half game by defeating Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro tomorrow Bight
The Yankees have named
John Anderson.i righthander
who lost his onlf start qf the
campaign to the Kings, as their
His opponent will be right righthander
hander righthander Bud Black, the man who
' bested him as the Kings stopped
the Yankees 4-2 Nov. 26.
Last night righthander Jim
- Hardison looked sharp as he
gave up eight scattered hits in
hurling Marlboro to a 5-1 vic-
;' tory over Cerveza Balboa and
leftr Pat Scantlebury. Pat was
making his first appearance
' In the loop after several years
1 Hardison struck out five bat bat-'
' bat-' ters and walked four in picking
up his first triumph against no
Scantlebury, who was the los loser,'
er,' loser,' worked five complete innings
, during which he permitted nine
f the Smokers' ten safeties. The
t gouthpaw, who evidently is not
in top shape yet, allowed four
runs, fanned four and permitted
three free passes. His successor,
Chuck Page, walked five men
nd whiffed two.
Singles by Eddie Napoleon, Pa Pablo
blo Pablo Bernard and Hank Mitchell
gave the winners their first
- marker in the second.
Bernard's second straight
alngle.'Bill GaWer's sacrifice,
" another single by Mitchell and
i Napoleon's second btngle pro pro-1
1 pro-1 dneed two more tallies in the
' fourth for the Smokers as they
took a 3-0 lead.
' Cerveza Balboa got its run in
the fifth. Barry Shetrone hit
aafely with one out moved to
second on a wild pitch with Dave
Eoberts at bat. After Roberts
was retired on a roller to second
Shetrone raced home on Hector
Lopez' single to right.
Hardison got additional insur insurance
ance insurance with single markers in the
bottom of the fifth and in the
Leading hitters for the win winners
ners winners were Bernard with three-
Ralph Meeker in
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for-four, Napoleon, who had a
three-forrfive,, night and two
RBl's and Mitchell with two hits
In twa official trips and two
runs batted in.- :'.. '.
For he. losers Lopez had a
perfect' 'hight- .with, three -lh-three
and pushed Across the lone
Cerveza Balboa marker,' :
Cerveza Balboa Ab
Shetrone, cf . 5
Roberts, lb .... 5
Lopez, 2b ..... 3
Parris, 3b 4
R H Fa A
Gonder, c .
Peeples, rf .
Grenald, If .
0 1 2
0 0 1
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Moore, ss .
Osorio, P. .
Pace, d: .
34 1 8 24 10
P. Osorio filed out for Scantle Scantlebury
bury Scantlebury In 6th.
Kellman filed out for Page in
Napoleon, rf . 5
Brathwaite, 2b . 4
Altman, If .... 4
Prescott, 3b .... 2
Hobos, c .... 3
Bernard, ss . 4 1
Gaoler, lb MfeO
Hardison, p'f rW0T
Sft 5 10 27 7
Score By Innings
Or TUlhoa. (1(10 010 000 1 ft 1
rtimmAry ; Errors: Scantle
bury: Runs batted in: Napoleon
2. Mitchell, Lopez, Bernara,
Brathwaite. Earned runs; Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro 5, Cerveza Balboa 1.- Two
base hjts'4 Altman,; Shetrone.
Sacrifice5 rilt8:r.Gabler.-. Brath Brathwaite.
waite. Brathwaite. Wild pitch: Hardison,
Page. Struck out:; by Scantlebu Scantlebury
ry Scantlebury 4, by Page 2, bv Hardison 5.
Base on balls: Off Scantlebury
3, off Page 5, off Haf dison 4. Left
on base: Cerveza Balboa 10,
Marlboro IL pitchers record :
Scantlebjjry 4 runs, 9 hits in 5
innings.- 'Wihnina; pitcher: Har
dison (1-0). Ldslng pitcher Scan Scantlebury
tlebury Scantlebury Or 1). Umpires: Williams.
Hilzinger; Harrelson. Time, of
Central ive. No. 13-94 and 11-32
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
As A.L President President-Joe
Joe President-Joe Cronin Next?
WASHINGTON, Dec 4 UPI)
-Will Harridge submitted his
resignation as president of the
American League yesterday and
a committee was appointed to
find his successor.
Harridge, 72, said, "At my re
quest I am tendering my resig
nation to become effective when
they are prepared to name my
The United Press Interna International
tional International learned on Rood author authority
ity authority that Joe Cronin, general
manager of he Boston, Red
Sox, was the leading candidate
to succeed Harridge, who has
served as president of the
league since 1931. j,
Harridgesaid he wasynpt re resigning
signing resigning because of his health or
because of any criticism of Jiis
office, but it was known that the
American League for- some time
was thinking; about bringing in
a younger man. 1 t '''.
Oscar Fralejr. of TjPl predicted
in May 1954 tiiat Harridge would
be let out shortly and ; Cronin
would succeed hlm; ,' v;
"With the many problems fac.
ing baseball and the American
League," Harridge said, "I feel
they are entitled to a much
"There has been no criticism
of my office. This is all volun
tary and I am doing this only In
the interest of the American
League. My health is perfect, but
the owners are entitled to the
benefits of a younger man."
A committee to name the
new president of the American
League already was being
formed, but Harridge said he
will preside "at the rest of
these meetings" currently go going
ing going on here.
Harridge is the third man to
hold the American League pres presidency.
idency. presidency. Ban Johnson was the
first head. Ernest Barnard was
the second, and Harridge became
the third tn 1931 upon the death
Harridge' was reelected as
president for a 10-year term in
December 1956. All told, he serv served
ed served the league 48 years in the ca
pacity of secretary and treasur
er before becoming president.
West Vireinia 82 VMI 71
Boston Collge 80 Khod island 67
Fordham 93 Roanoke 50
Kings Point 69 Wagner 65
Iona 70 Lovola (Md.) 60
Pratt Institute 59 Kings Col. 55
LaSalle 85 Millersvtlle 58
Westminister (Pa.) ,86 Alliance 42
St. Francis 8 St. Vincent ib
Tennessee 72 Wyoming 71
Tampa 91 Rollins 82
Wake Forest 56 Davidson 52
Vireinia 85 William a Mary 74
Lynchburg 72 Hampden-Sydney 69
Centenary 64 E. Texas Baptist 52
Tenn. Tech 85 Abilene Christian bi
Vanderbilt 71 Sewanee 42
Georgetown (Ky.) 84 Louisville 78
Mississippi 87 bCi Louisiana 64
Detroit Tech 92 Slippery Rock 66
Illinois 103 Butler 79
Xavier (Ohio) 91 John Carroll 71
Marquette 76 Wisconsin 47
Chicago U. 47 Aurora 33
Wash (Mo.) 61 New Mex AaM 50
Clarion 55 Fenn 53
Wichita 63 Texas Western 58
Oklahoma City 74 SMU 51
Texas Christian 93 Austin 62
Los Angeles CC 71 Harbor 60
San Fran. CC 49 Vallejo JC 4?
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 k 8:25
"WILD IS THE WIND"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Keith Andes Maggie Hayes
DIABLO UTS. 7:00
iKarl Maiden Steve Cochran
Ell Wallach Robert Keith
in Cinemascope & Color
' uAnne Francis
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SANTA CRUZ 7:fl
Jbs Ferrer .
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CAMP BIERD 7:00
In Cinemascope I
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Tasco Battery 1
Charles Beauty Shop
Schmidt rX M47
Tasce Battery 2
Charles' Beauty Shoe 1
The big battle for first place
didn't develop as expected and
Tasco Battery won two games
from Charles' Beauty Shop with
comparative ease. In fact, Charles
Beauty Shop only garnered their
one point by a more spit cur,
3 pins, The two "hot-shots" of
th battery men, Pepe Damian and
Bud Balcer were again high to
lead their team to victory. No one
on Charles Beauty Shop made the
500 mark, Dick LaBeau missing
Dy 14 pins.
Tasco Battery: Balcer, 590;
Lang, 310; T. Lowande, 372; E.
Lowande, 466; Damian, 632.
Charles' Beauty Shop: Roberts.
455; B. Roberts, 387; M. LaBeau.
380; u. LaBeau, 486; R. Burgoon,
Colonial Insurance 2 Minimtx 1
A 38 pin handicap helped Colo
nial Insurance take two points
from Mimmax, Each team had
two men over 500, but in the last
game when Billy Coffev scored
230 could his team pull a victory
out of the. bag.
Colonial Insurance: Klumno.
464; Russell, 414; J. Burgoon, 530;
Brown, 460; Toland, 518.
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Mimmax: T. Schmidt, 514; Gunn
460; Rogers," 490 R. Scnmiat, iTi
voney, ooo. . . i.
APA .2 Tahiti Jewelry J :
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Continuing their u'pword march;
APA nosed out Tahiti Jewelry m-
spite of a 601 series by Ed Kun-
kel. Tahiti Jewelry was also han
dicapped by a blind. For APA,
Earle Best aqd Dick Soyster were;
Ulgn. ,- -S?,.. -X!. ,.,
APA:. Boyater.iKi.P, Best. ,394;
Mitchusson, 435; Prusmowski, 49ti;J
. Best, 559;
Tahiti Jewelry: Minor, .514; Bor,-
gis, 408; Blind, 390; Camby, -3J0;
Team tio. 2 2 Spalding Dot 1
By winning two points, Team
Nov 2 pulled into a tie with. Spald
ing tot tor seventn ana eighth
Iplaces. Ail of the men of the men
of Team No.. 2 scored over 500
jarhile G., Riley of Spalding Dot
rolled his second consecutive se
ries of 622. i
Team No. 2: Albritton, 543;. P.
Lane, 365; Thompson, .313: Dube,
507; M. Lane. J84.
V Spalding Dot: Holcomb, 397; W
Yt net- XT 1 nn ran
xwiey, xi; .ixeison, su; momas
425; G. Riley, 622. ,.
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In Gene Con ley
ine uosion ueitics, wno can
throw punches almost as fast as
they score baskets, have de
veloped a new "slugger' in Gene
The lanky Milwaukee Braves
pitchr didn't score a point as the
Celtics whipped New York. 109
90, Tuesday night but he did ex exchange
change exchange a few punches with the
Knicks Ray Felix in the final two
The Celtics' victory, witnessed
by 14,250 at Madison Square Gar
den, enabled them to tie New
York for first place in the East
em Division. Boston gained a
16-1 lead in the first three min minutes
utes minutes and was nver threatened
Bill Sharman scored 23 points and
bod tousy nad 18 for the Cits
In the opener of a Garden
doubleheader, the St. Louis
Hawks ruined Tom Marshall's
coaching debut by spanking the
Cincinnati Royals, 105-81. Cliff Iia Iia-gan
gan Iia-gan and -Bob Pettit tallied 48
points between them as the
Hawks maintained their 3 "a game
lead in the Western Division.
George Yardley scored 37 points
but the Detroit Pistons needed
two last-minute baskets by Wal Walter
ter Walter Dukes to defeat ihe Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Warriors, 95-91, at Detroit.
Willie Sauldsberry paced the War Warriors
riors Warriors with 21 points, one more
than Paul Arizin.
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West Should Have
Greal jPassing for :
Shrine Game Dec. 27
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The
West should have great passing
when it tangles, with the East in
the 34th annual Shrine East-West
football game in Kezar istacuum
here Dec. 27.
The West sauad of 24 an
npunced here today by managing
director William M. Coffroan in included
cluded included hot passers Bob Newman
of Washington State and Lee
Grosscup of Utah. ,.
'The sauad. composed of 4 ends,
li71ined ffcbck' wiU rbe
'doiched Thy -lack t CuCtice of Stan
ford, Len Casanova or Oregon
and Bill Meek of Southern Metho Metho-dist.
Ends Ron Stover, Oregon;
Dick Wallen, UCLA;. Dave Sherer,
Southern Methodist, Buddy Dial,
Tackles Bill Leeka, UCLA;
Charles- Horton, Baylor; Ted
Bates, Oregon State; Troy Bar-
Guards Bob Grottkau, Ore Oregon;
gon; Oregon; Tom1 Koenig, Southern Meth Methodist;
odist; Methodist; Harold, Davis, Houston;
Don Chadwlck, Missouri; Charles
Centers Don Biller, Denver;
Roch Conklin, Stanford.
Quarterbaeks Lee Grosscup,
Utah; Bob Newman, Washington
Halfbacks Boyd Dowler, Col
orado; Eddie Dove, Colorado;
Leon Burton, Arizona State; Bill
tSteiger, -Washington State; Don
Fullbacks Larry Hickman,
Baylor; Clarence Beamer, Oregon
- CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UPI)
Backfield "Stars Jack Cummincs
nf-Lowef Merion. Pa., and Wade
Smith jott Albermarle, N.C.,! have
been elected co-captains of the
1959 University of North Carolina
football -team.;,! .
SIGNED loR BOUT
NEW YORK (UPI) Jimmy
Archer and Bill Flamio. boih
New York welterweights, nave
been signed for a 10-round bout
at St. Nicholas Arena, X)a 8,
ELECTED PENN CAPTAIN
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Bar Barney
ney Barney Berlinger Jr., an- AlMvy
League end, has been chosen
captain: of next year's University
of. Pennsylvania football team
Berlinger father won the 1931
James A. suinvan award as a
track and 'field standout at Penn.
..NEW 1YORK (UPI )-Coach Jim
Lee Howell? of ihe New .York
Giants y has listed" halfback e
Webster ?, ahd iLindon .Crow as
doubtful j starters for Sunday's
game against V tne. ."Lions at
Detroit: ,.,.',.. ,;.
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with Crox Alvarado
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::.tCatr time: 7:30
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At Olympic -Stadium; Marlboro 5, Cerveza Balboa' 1
By YICTOB ML' CAREW .v
Cerveza Balboa was banded a
5 to 1 licking at the hands of the
rampaging Marlboro team last
nlbght, Pat Scantlebury, veteran
southpaw, failed, in his Initial
effort on the;, mound lor, the
Brewers. Pat was reached for
four runs on nine, hits over the
live Innings he worked.
The southpaw definitely was
not sharp. His curve ball was
hanging most of the time and
his fast ball was mild, at least
to Eddie Napoleon and Henry
Mitchell who hurt him the most
last night. s l
The loss was the third
straight for the Brewers, who,
In addition to Bitching trou troubles,
bles, troubles, are now afflicted with the
lack of timely hitting. Nat
Peeples, David Roberta and
Reginald Grenald are' the one$
mostly responsible for this sit
4 . t-OUO f-l
Matlbolfqis the hottesMteamin-i
the ie?ismniys-rnnje;. Witfi
Eddie Nanoleon and Georee Alt-
man pounding the ball consis
tently, the, club. looks real sooa
at the AlaWI JJMmardtsOfc one
of those pitchers with savvy,
threwvhimsejf ,5a good, game. His
change-tips .; kept 'the Balboa
Dower off balance and he, was a a-ble
ble a-ble to thwart the' Beermen scorr
Ine threats whenever' they a a-rose.
rose. a-rose. r-
J. oOo ,, ,
We have withheld comment
ing on, the care of the diamond
in the past because we figured
that this matter would have
been easily taken care of by the
leasue officials. Despite the fact
that they have been able to get
along in the past without util utilizing
izing utilizing any protective covering for
the infield. It appe&rs that such
protection is sorely required thig
season in order : to be able to
present a fairly adequate play playing
ing playing fiqld after it has rained.
The unpredictable weather
makes it imperative1 that' the
league procure enough tarpaulin
or plastic covering for the in
field. SomethhK? else is that the
part of the track stretching
through the outfield should be
graded in order to remove the
many laree holes that become
filled with water whenever it
rains. Also, the pitcher's mound
is not firm enough. Several
Ditchers of the various clubs
have comhlafned about the
looseness of thef ront part of the
mound. It should be so fixed
that the pitchers can have more
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United A-United Pr International
Jack 'Root was the first world
light heavyweight boxing cham champion)
pion) champion) and the only fighter ever to
ha v ; weight division especially
created to fit bis size, In 1903,
Root's manager, Lba; Houseman
of Chicago, set up a clamor to
fill the need for his man as wll
as others for there was hQ div division
ision division between the middleeighis
(then 158 pounds) and the heav heavies.
ies. heavies. Root defeated; Kjd cCoy for
the newly created crowp 'April 22
that year but lost it to George
Gardner the 'following July 4. In
1905, Root bought I fop the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title' vacated by, James J.
Jefft-ies but lost1 to. Marvin ,-Hart,
whom be had beaten earlier. Root
retired1 from the ring in i 1906. 1 ''i
Whatever happened i,: to,.., Jack
Roote Now 82- he ; (living (tn? re re-tirement
tirement re-tirement iii-. Los t Angeles- well-
iixed .'aS ; a result of humerour in
vestments,' and ; still -travls, jfre jfre-quently;
quently; jfre-quently; to furopaj' -VMf
in neWs'-aiitl eni(erfaiftmentV-?
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grip Ui-makinr thetf dellyeries;
It is difficult to understand Jusr?
why nothing has been done a.
pout these observaUons a long;,
time ago. We hnn tn
JeagHedo something about these
, The brief, but heaTy.Taliif an
I few, hours bef or tim. ? 2
apparently was responsible for
the attendance not h.. CTr
f was estimated that- a
rowa of more than 5,000 per-
sons would have attended last I
night's iussle. t3., t
, OOO i "'
Scantlebury to the mound,
pitched three .Innings of credit
able ball. Although he ahnwf
quite bit ofwildness the right-
?aiZdur,,al2 disP1yeJ a blazina?
fast balUHe allowed one run. ;
Jesse Gondejr. BreW bickstoo
who iy headed for the Clncinna-
n Redlegs next season; pulled
off some bad baserunning In th A
i"!?- Aftet he singled to- -1
leg it all the way to third on Nat
Peeples short -single tor' center
and was an easy out on Mitch-
ell's throw to Bobby Prescott.
Thisulay brolt thi back of I
what could well have beeft a Bal -boa
brewing as the next batter, "J!
Reginald Grena3(,ws given a
base on balls.
Eddie leBaron Plans
To Retire After (59. --:
r WASHINGTON UPJ) Eddie
LeBaron, one of the greatest ball-
handlers in the history of the Na-C
tional Football League; wifll re'"'"?
tire after the 1959 season, he told
United Press International today.
LeBarort said he definitely, had
decided to quit professional foot football
ball football after his current two-year
contract with the Washington
Redskins expires. ; .;
The NFL's smallest quarter quarterback
back quarterback and most a bewildering cur-
rent faker will graduate from
Gorge -Washington University
Law School next year
"I've received several fcood of offers
fers offers to go witft law firms," Ed Eddie
die Eddie said. "I'll play one mor
year and then will gbvinte some''
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well (12) fades back to pass as Navy's Tom Al bershart (80) rushes the Passer. In photo 3,
Amv end Don XJsry (89) snares the ball while Navy's DorVChemicz (60) rushes In. Photos
3 show Usry racing away from Chemlcz and Jim Dunn, while photo 4 shows Dunn cutUng
in ahead of Chemica to tackle Usry, who fell to the Navy 15 yard line. A"
The 19S8,VA.' "G, Reynolds
"King's Ranaontf' and ; "House
f Lords" Golf V Championship,
which starts at the Panama
Golf Club next Monday, Is well
n It Way t breaking ,he rec
rd number "of r entries, as pre-,
viously predicted, according to
an 'announcement yesterday.
As of last Monday evening, 85
members 'of the Panama Club had
entered their qualification scores,
and it is expected that this next;
By PETER UEBCRSAX
FRANKFURT, German. (UPIV
When Vladimir (The Sador)
Kuts anounced hit' retiremnt
last month, Russia lost more than
its top athlete. It. losta fine
sportsman- as well a performer
who was different from the un-smillng,-
8port-r-war type trf, Soviet
athlete '' '"'
Stomach ulce;.9 have 1dellned
Kuts, Olympic 5;60Q knd 10,000
meter champion, for good, a re recent
cent recent Moscow announcment said.
The end of 1 bl' sports career
fame t 31-at an age when his
Idol, Emit Zatopek ot Czechoslo Czechoslovakia,:
vakia,: Czechoslovakia,: still had mariy years of
great running ahead.
With his whipping, Mond mop
of haif bouncing as he ran Kuts
HntninateA international distance
mnninr f dr'fhre- years. He set
Olympic recordsdn -the 5.000 and
30.000 meter Tftce and also holds
lb world, marks or thoseievents.
" Remains "Niee'Guy''
Tint Soviet soorts authotities
marked his records byt 'heaping
decorations : ana, titles ;$r i wm,
Kuts remained what can best be
described as .'-'a 'real, ;nic,:uy.'
He was ; frank and relaxed
during; interviewseven with', re reporters
porters reporters from -Western nations,.'
- He nreferred" to talk, xboiit his
hobbies bookstand music; He is
the onlv Soviet athlete who ever
showed this reporter pictures" of
his wife 1 and uaoy. -, : ;
' Kuts probably will be remem remembered
bered remembered by most track fan for his
victory ow Britnin's Gordon pirie
In the 10,000 meter race at tile 1956
Olympics in Melbourne. Pirie,
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lords Golf Tourqey
week end will find the course fill filled
ed filled with those who have not yet
played their qualifying rounds.,
The record number of entries
for the annual A. G. Reynolds
"Kine'a' Ransom" tournament.
sponsored by the' Alianza Distri-
hnidnres. S.A.. of Panama, is 88,
established in 1957. Each of the
past four years has found this
tournament increasing in popular popularity
ity popularity at the Panama Golf Club, un-
then at the height of 4u's career,
doeeedlv keot on "the Russian's
heels. There was a tremendous
roar from the crowd of 100,000
when the Briton once overtook
Suddenly. Kuts uncorked a
sorint that made it .appear that
Pirie had "switched off", his- now-
eft He hadn't. Kut was just run
ning that much "faster.
Pat ties Were Out
While Pirie faded to 'finish a
demoralized eighth. Kuts crossed
the finish line smiling and waving
to the crowd He appeared; fresh
as a daisy and trotted on for a
full lao while his opponents strug
gled home one by one, .completely
The most impressive thing
about Kuts'. brilliant Olympic tri-
utnnhd wss the wav he took them
Soviet officUli: soared no efforts
tn present him as a cnuine prod
i'ct of their "superior" system but
Kuts never 'tried to bring, politics
into runninr. -i :::'
"The medals are for. my little
son," he nointedlv; told reporters.
He brushed side with a con
temptuous smile suggestions from
i-MHirters from t?ommfirtst-' na-
inni that Pirie h?d tried t. nike
Like Zato'nek, Kuta believed in
the 'tvne nt truinHw ; which few
Western t.bW" shave the time
or enerrv' to oJ(mtytf'-("r
ran o r$r.-"ett'9t 20
mile In traininsr. Every since the
rFt ot of..bW "utreYi showed
' IPSS.v he nbr- ihey wer
ttrn wmnlt of never bein allowed
h hi cnaehei ir his conscience
to. break' tratning. 1
Tilav in the first oeriodf Calf-
til it has become one of the most
sought-after by the members.
'Sandy" Hlnkle Enters
A surprise announcement by the
Tournament Committee yesterday
is that "Sandy" Hinkle the young
er of the Hinkle golfing clan, will
be on hand for the 1958 "House of
Lords" tournament play.
Sandy is one of the finest young
players on the Isthmus, and lost
a heart-breaking amateur title in
the 1957 Panama Open to Never-
gall, top-Qight amaterur from Mia
mi, when he missed a 3-footer on
No. 18 green.
The missed putt placed Sandy
in a 3-way tie with Anibal Galin Galin-do
do Galin-do of Colon and Nevergall of Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. The latter won the sudden sudden-death
death sudden-death playoff, on No. 3 green,
with Sandy coming in second, Ga Ga-lindo
lindo Ga-lindo third. :
Sandy has : already : established
himself as one of the. players to
contend with for the championship
in the 1958 'King's Ransom" tour tourney,
ney, tourney, having shot one of the scores
in the lower 70's.
Valdes Lew Mtdallst
Hector ('Rey') Valdes' 36-36-72
for a net of 67 Is still standing; as
the low score for the medalls
ward in the championship flight.
iouowea oy Antonio de Janon's
net 68. A fast recapitulation of
the first flight qualifying scores
shows that of the 38 entires (as of
Monday ), net scores turned in are
as listed: ,
1-67, 1-68. S-71, i5-7i, 1-73, 3-74,
4-75, 4-76, S77vl i f t 1
These 27 scores Indicate that
the qualifying cutoff score might
possibly be lower than the 78 of
the 1957 tourney. With 9nly 5
more entries to fill 32 places tn
the championship flight, 'here is
the distinct possibility that some
of the high 70's might find them themselves
selves themselves outside looking in.
Chandeck Leads Second
In the men's second flight, Lois
Chartdeck' is leading for the med medalist
alist medalist award' with a splendid 38-42-
80 for a 'net of 67. Five scores of
net 72 follow, havine been scored
bv Earl Fidanque, Dr.- VivaSi C.
Paz Rodripuer, EmestO de la Os Os-sa..and
sa..and Os-sa..and Bob Rupp. i
More than 35 flayers have al-
readv entered their, names for
oMplification in the second flight
of the tournament, and it is ex expected,
pected, expected, that this week end will
find, more Playing their qualifying
rounds. The cutoff score mi the
second, flight of the 1957 tourna tournament
ment tournament was 84. and. from present
indications, this score may also
be loword. .-i-.
. Purdv Ltadt Women ;
In the ladles flight.. Kay Ptfrdy
shot a fine 42-44-86 for a net of 73
to lead for lhet medalist award.
Mrs. Mansfield i followed closely
with 7 ana Mrs. senn snor a to.
Many more of the. club's lady jrolf jrolf-ers
ers jrolf-ers are expected to qualify this
en; v. .: . -,.,.;;.
Atl ulayers are reminded that
flualifying for the 1958 "Kin"
Ranom" and "House of Lords"
tournament must be turned in not
'ter than 6 P.m., Sunday, De. 7.
First round play w"I ef1n Mon-H'-iy.
Dec. 8, and all. first round
"latches mtt be completed by 6
nm. the following Sundar eve
if SAM FOCO;.
WASHINGTON ; UP1) Tbe
minor t leagues voted yesterday
tor a "watered down ylayer
draft revision on a trial basis.-,'
The 'plan' would allow major
league clubs to draft a player
alter one rear in tne minors out
then exempt him for three years
if he is not selected. The proposal
will be ; submitted to the major
leagues' for possible adoption
today; Under existing urles, a play
er cannot be drafted until he nas.
spent four years in the minors, ::
'The -, hew draft rule was less
drastic than a pian submitted by
a nine-man committee beaded by
Cleveland General, Manager
Frank Lane. Lane advocated max-
ittff all minnf la& mta r attAra r.li t-
ua au uiiuviwtvfiiuv rJ ,m.
ible for drafting each year with
no exemption whatsoever.. :
The. Lane plan was rejected Dy
the minor league rpresentatives
in a closed-door session. It mus mus-tred
tred mus-tred only 13 votes five less than
the number needed.
'. St.' Paul Offers Cempremlse
' The compromise offered by St
Paul of the American Associa Association,
tion, Association, a Los Angles .Dodger farm
club,, was then approved by a 20
tO 4 VOte. .j,:;,,.,,
-,The minor league owners voted
to give the proposal a one-year
trial. They would ballot next year
on whether to retain the system
with a three-fourths vote needed
to make it permanent.
. The new draft rule was aimed
at major league dubs with' large
farm systems by making young
players available to the "have "have-not",
not", "have-not", teams after their freshman
year in the minors.
It :; would v also cut the draft
price from $25,000 to $15,000. A
total-of 11 players wer drafted
By American and National League
clubs at the major and minor
meetings here this week.
The minor league executives
also rejected a move to reinstate
bonus rule for baseball, The
proposal, sponsored by the New
York Yankees, would have jr-
Huired that any player signed for
more man to,uuu wouia nave 10
be kept with the parent club for
Junked Preview Role
It would also have empowered
Commissioner Ford Frick and
minor league chief George Traut Traut-man
man Traut-man to examine tax returns to
make sure that no club was pay
ing "under-the-table" money for
Baseball iunked Hs previous
bonus rule last year and now op
erates without any legislator in'
tne neid. .
In another action, Trautman
announced that he will refuse to
consider any new applications for
formation of minor, league loops
until the present structure is
At the meetings this week, the
American Association agreed to
expand to a 10-team league by ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing three Texas League clubs
Houston, Dallas and Fort
jeopardized by the fact the Texas
League was havingtrouble ob-
taining major league working
agreements for all its clubs.
Thus far, only five working
agreements nave Deen lined up
ano tnree more are needed. The
league agreed to cade its three
clubs to the association only if
working, agreements could be
reached for the eight clubs it
plans to fild.
Victoria has a working agree agreement
ment agreement with Los Angeles: Austin
with Milwaukee and Tulsa with
St. Louis. The Baltimore Orioles
and Chicago Cubs are ready to
offer agreements and San An
tonio and Corpus Christ! may line
up with them.
Trophies To Be
The point, trophy and medal
swimming award presentations for
Balboa children will take place
tomorrow evening, Dec. 8, at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Swimming Pool, at 7 p.m.
V. F. Bright, president of the
Summer Recreation Board, will
make the presentations. Gatun a a-ward
ward a-ward presentations,, which were
also scheduled to take place at
this time have been posponed, and
will take place at a, future dates in
Gatun. : 1
Following the a Ward presenta presentation
tion presentation UCaii -M
wu.iB, u wiiii ivi ruu mica
will be held and refreshments will
be, served to all children who Par
ticipated in the Summer Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Swim Program this past
. PHILADELPHIA (UPI) --Tue age leadership as Jim Brown coo coo-Baltimore
Baltimore coo-Baltimore Colts, who won the tinued as the leading rusher with
Western Conference championship 1,241 yards, despite being ehld to
in the National Football League 12 yards by Washington last Sun-
tne nard way with a second h
come from behind victory last
weekend, stayed out in front
yrsierday in the league's overall
ground gaining statistics.
' ne Colts, closing their season
on the West Coast, had a net of
3,891 tor tneir 10 league games to
date, a bulge of 121 yards over
the k second plac Los Aneelei
Rams, their -opponents of next,
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Eddie Le Baron was the lead
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compiled the greatest yardage
from passing. Tne Philadelphia
Eagles led the throwers with 2,302
yards with the Chicago Cardinals
second with 2,226 yards. Each has
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The Colts' total offense joined
two other factors in contributing
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has scored the most points with I
Ml, and allowed the least, 152.
The overall defensive statistics!
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To Get Serious
On Radio-TV Swap
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United Stales and Russia win get
down to brass tacks early next
year in their negotiations on ex ex-'
' ex-' changing radio television broad broad-:
: broad-: casts on international political is issues,
sues, issues, American officials predict-
A broad U.S.-Soviet exchange
agreemnt signed last January in included
cluded included a provision providing for
a swap of political broadcasts.
But so for little has bean done to
scarry it out.
Official said U.S. broadcasters
Save ieii we two nauuns uuiu
first begin to exchange entertain entertainment
ment entertainment programs before they get
Into the political field. Apparent Apparently
ly Apparently these broadcasters feared a po political
litical political broadcast exchange could
undermine the whole program.
As t rtsulV the United States
and Russia have drawn up lists
of entertainment they are willing
to offer each other for use m by
each other's broadcasting indus industry.
try. industry. Informed sources said agree agreement
ment agreement on such a swap, appeared
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nal Zone Librarv nlaced in cir
culation this week.
Eight years after his famous
Kon-Tiki expedition, Heyerdahi
returner! tn the fintirheOrt Vi.
cif ic, and his new book entitled
aku-aku is an exciting ac account
count account of his hazardous explora explorations
tions explorations on Easier island.
The author, a world famous
exD.'orer. soon atecovevei that
the island's mvst.erles wpnt. far
beyond Its famous statues and
Hi. i i ll i
on oy Difc ne nas put ina story
The complete list, nf n Pa?
books and their authors follows:
In Paper, Bruce Angrave; For
for a Queen, I. H. Armitage;
Baa Baa Black Sheep, Gregory
Boyington; Foreign Policy; The
Next Phase, T. K, Finletter;
Only in America. H. T. rrniden-
Aku-Aku, Thor Heyerdahl ;
Masks, Selroku Noma; In a
Quiet Land. John n'nnnno-hno-
Swing to Better Golf, L. t. Stan-
icy; ana mgn Fidelity Simplifl-
eu, a. u. weuer.
FICTION. OuMn MIHae T
F. Dinneen: The Hours After
iviiameni. .i. a hsvm- cho do
van, Richard Llewellyn; Scram-
Die ...six. nurricanes, Donald
Moore; The Blanket, A. A. Mur-
rav: j mi r;nn tw at txm
. &w "njr, Wil Wilfrid
frid Wilfrid NOVC.e- Dr. T.hivaan T T
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v. j. escott; ana Exodus, L. M
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COLLECTION. The Canal
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Red Sox, Indians
Into Trading Mart
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Bos
ton Red Sox and the Cleveland
Indians have turned the current
baseball meetings into a trading
Both American League teams
completed two separate deals
Tuesday and the San Francisco
Giants are expected to get into
the act today when they attempt
to close a deal with the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs.
Th Giants are after second
baseman Johnny Temple of the
Redlegs and may have to surren surrender
der surrender three players to get him, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding first baseman Bill White.
The Red Sox completed their
two transactions withinhhe space
of an hour late Tuesday night.
They obtained first baseman Vic
Werts and pitcher-outfielder Gary
Geiger from the Indians for out outfielder
fielder outfielder Jim Piersall and peddled
catcher Lou Berberet to the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers for right-handed
Ditcher Herb Mnfnrd.
The Indians, in addition to their
trade with the Red Sox, also sent
Second baseman Bobby AvUa to
the Baltimore Orioles for pitcher
All four trades were straight
player deals with no cash involved.
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cause he thought she was poor
She thought he was rich.
He wasn't, but she was.
When she died, she left 159,000
pounds ($420,000) most of it lo
charity. He told a court Tuesday
that she left him only 52 pounds
a year because she thought he,
aad money ot nis own.
The court awarded him another
20 pounds, i week.
CONFIRMS STOCK BID
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UPI) (UPI)-TnintiriiaUxt
TnintiriiaUxt (UPI)-TnintiriiaUxt Frederick W. Rich
mond confirmed that he is seek-
ine to buy up to 25,000 snares of
stock in Landers Frary and
Clark, a New Britain appliance
manufacturer. The 25,000 shares
would reoresent about 6 per cenl
of the company's outstanding
FOR SALE: Deluxe electric
ironer, sewing machine with ca cabinet
binet cabinet and 'attachments. Retina
FOR SALE: Electric mangle,
ironer excellent condition. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Biggs 4-1092 or 2-0912
FOR RENT: 4 pc. Rattan living living-room
room living-room set, quartermaster bed With
and without mattress, 3 pc. suit
case set, Camel saddle ottoman'
large air .compressor with 2 h.pf
motor. Call Balboa 2-3782. 4
FOR SALE:- J pr. beautiful red
macaws, best offer. Tel. Panama
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, metal
kitchen table and 2 chairs, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dinette sot, four poster,
bedroom set, sofa bid 3 14-4 'A
speed graphic 'Camera. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 51 15, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 4 pieces Rattan,
excellent condition, $55. Phone:
FOR SALE :t New mirror, 28x68,
Double bedf, Hollywood type,;
complete, p I a s t i c headboard1,
beige, Or Will exchange for desk,;!
light color. House 2507-C, eW7
posire Cacoli school. Phone!
To Work With SDA
Trinidadian evangelist Owen U.
Holness will be the speaker Satur
day morning at 11 o'clock at the
Rio Abaio Seventh-Day Adventist
Church and on Sunday at the fa
nama City church, on Francisco
de la Ossa Avenue.
Holness returned to Panama
from Trinidad Monday to work as
a member of the Panama Confer
ence of Seventh-Day Adventists,
He first came to Panama tvjo
vears ago and remained for four
months conducting, an evangelical
campaign in the "Big lent' at
Parque Lefevre and was lnstru
mental in converting and baptiZ'
ing 165 persons.
After leaving Panama he con
ducted two similar campaigns in
Jamaica, where 150 where con
verted through his efforts. He re
turned to Trtjiidad to spend a va
cation with his family before com
ing to Panama.
Plans are also being made for
Holnes to conduct a series of re-.
vival meetings at the Rio abajo
SDA Church from Dec. 14 to 28.
Holness is the father of three
children, Beverly, David and Y-
vonne, who 'are to arrive here
some time. in January.
DUCKY' VlEW-iLlttle Bit Is)
the name of this pet duck
perched on the shoulder of)
five-year-old Glen Roy Todd. I
Glen, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Todd of Columbia, Mo., y
received the feathered friend as
an Easter present. Little Bit
seems to be sitting pretty, with
few worries about winding up
in a roasting oven.
FOR. SALE; 40 discount en
monaural records. Classical and
popular. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Street Ne. -A.
-Electrie train. TeL.
FOR SALE: Two decorated let
tice screens 6 by 6 feet $11.00
: each,, also one. 1 8 yard longs -;
gray black and orange 'strip
1 material, and one 25 yard long
gray with multicolor margin
. strip,. both Mexican hand
' woven.. 90 ct. yard. Phone 4 4-1488."
FOR SALE: Bargain in budgies,
pair of burgies with breeding
cage and nestbox, VI 0.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-4257.
KIDDIVILLE, Via Espalia No.
37-182. Large assertnient of
toys, Xmat decorations for trees,
tables, etc., novelties-for gifts.
Do your Xmas shopping early.
Take, advantage of our lay-away
FOR, SALE: Photographic
Christmas cards, $15.00' per'
hundred; Your negative or ours if
available. Foto El Halcon, tele
phone 31 179. K.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Italian
accordion, Scandalli tredemark.
120 bases, 9 register,! Like new.
Call 6109, Curundu. 1
FOR SALE: Westingheute re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 11.2 cu. ft. couchbed,
drill and accessories, motors, sig signal
nal signal generator, cabinet, Hi-Fi C02
gun, Cress! flippers, mask,
snorkel, Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE: Spider fcmal
monkey, has health papers. $10.
Tel. Balboa 2787.
A LARGE NEW SHIPMENT OF
EXCITING ORIENTAL .GOODS
NOW AVAILABLE AT v
L If H 5 40 AUTt ROw"
IDEAL GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S
DAY AND CHRISTMAS AT OUR
arcwWL BAKGAIrf PRICES.
UNVANQUISHED The le?-'
endary Phoenix of Egyptian
mythology crowns this symbol
of France's Caen University.'
The immortal bird was believed
to rise from its ashes after be being
ing being consumed by fire. .The
university has done the same
thing. Almost completely de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in World War II, its
rebuilding is nearly flaishecLj
ORDEAL William u t !.:;
father of Caril rugate, is how
leaving the courtroom in Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Neb' during it recess In
his daughter's murder trial. The
15-year-old girl la on trial aa
an accessory in the StArk-
R ( I 1
hi" l-W) x
J 1 7--,:
FOR SALE: lot S00 and 1.000
i meters, in the Nueve Hipodreme
; Urbanlxatioa, acres th Remesi
Racetrack. All tot with (tree.
i fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity-. Call W. MclaraaH.
Tel. 1-2567. r ,.
FOR SALE Comfortable two
bedroom concrete heme eyer.
. looking Coronado Beach. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ground, fenced, fruit tree.
Ynt reasonable. Pane ml 3-6779.
" Mm and gray
"Budgie'.' bird. Call 2-4346 er
house 633 1 -A Let Rios.
ter vicinity Tiveli Hotel Thank,
giving night on bracelet geld
chain with Phi Beta Kappa Key
I'll I ?lJi,:Ji,yi' tM"
3-1252. Panama, reward.
West Offers To Give More Details
On Proposed Missile-Warning Plarr
GENEVA. Dec. i (VP Thi
,.. rr,- :
aeiaus oi its nronosen mi7,uT.
warning system u kussla 'w
uuuuu uik uuuutU01USt lacucs
wmcn have aeaalockea the aur aur-iii
iii aur-iii aimfik TkiKs nere. X;
ine western oner was in effect
new euori to promote the tuil-
aress discussion of technical as aspects
pects aspects ot surprise attack which
Kussia has opposed, ever since
we talks etarted nearly a month
DesDife Russia' nnuatiuo tti.
tude toward the western warning
plan the conference is expected
to ojscuss it at its sssion today.
The nlan. nronosed hv th Unit.
ad States with th aunrinrt at it
BAvfeftcalisjIor S a combination of
vices v y,
Western experts estimate that
the nrnnnc&H nnmhinntinn r4 m.
irial photography, radar infra-red
anu etecironic aeiecuon aevices
would double the time available
to the United States to nrenare
to meet a surprise attack. It
would offer comparable advant advantages
ages advantages to other nations,
Western spokesmen have not so
far rpvpalprl full rlptail- nf the
plan, but they indicated today
they are willing to do so if Rus Russia
sia Russia shows any sign of willingness
to get to work around the confer
'The Reds have refused so
to undertake any technical
cussions, insisting that the con conference
ference conference should serve as a forum
for the. airing of cold-war politic
al disputes. v
Meanwhile the conference' on
nuclear tests was nloddine tnwarri
agreement on a troatv whlih
would combine a ban on tests
with provisions for a policing sys
tem to mane it effective
The nnfprenri i till satins
. 7 ..
first article of the proposed tret
2 v I, """""'k l "'e
Conference sources said aor.l
mem appears possiDie DrovlOerJ
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
New Orleans. Service
"SIXAOLA" '.V.Dec. I
"XI VIVES" ,,,,.,,.,.,..,.,,,,.,....,, Dec? 13
"SIXAOLA" .......iV.Dec 2T
"TltlVES" .i... ..;.......,..., V.. Jan. I
Also Handling Refrirerated and Chilled Cario
New York Service
. : Aff!v.t I,
"JTNIOB" .' ............,...........,. ilDec. I
Mf!OMAYAGUA' ,.;;Vi.,s,Dee Js,v
' "FilA v BERLANGA" i... ,.;......Dec. 21
''"" : CR1STOBALW.C.CA.
York, New Orleans, Lot Anzeles, Safl Francisco
' and Seattle., vggfti"
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
...7? , CRISTOBAL ANDOS tUIJIOAt ;
To New 'York and Return . .ln3tfM.tt0M' ;;
T Log Anrelea and San rranetact) and
Retnrninir frona Log Aagtlaa .XI. ''tli
Ts Seattle and Return, A.. ...1365.90 ; 1
. nam iu; xspenencee nmiw
TV technicians. Tropelco, S.A
45th (treat and Via Espalia.
DRAWER 'A". DIABLO '
IOX 121 U CRISTOBAL, CX'
v PHONE BALBOA 3709
Boats & Motors
FOR SALEw16 ft. boat 30 h.p.
"meter with frailer and all equip'
ment, $800. Ft. Clayton, 1A Tel.
7-4140.r ,V e,
'If" 1 i' 'm
FOR SALEs I9!E7 tSmnA i.
board motor. 35 h.p. telephone
FOR SALE: Aristocraft Avalon
outboard beat, 1 5 feet long, mi-
nnany piywooq nuiL-wtrq mark w J.
13 .Mercury meter, templet with
controls. Telephone Gambea 754.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ivinrude 25
h.p.: Leek and run like new,
Balboa 2-1632, $230. including
2 tank, 2 prep. v
t Ji'H ..j,
.wrcise -much na
" !nuui8iy vrtputa to
- MU UU0UIC33.
Arsenic In Fags
Said 14 Times
Ouanliy In Food
" .7 t uri a group I na ;rg, pounds, scored 47 poinl iv
of .ciititi said yesterday thatlbetweeh them m leading Xavit
tn amount of, arsenic in eitrarJto its easvi viotr.r Yior fniit'l
ettei vwar at least 14v-times -Uitftt aj 14-1 4ead in the first ha
maximum rnnrMtritmn t tui-Wiii1 lunA mlavsJl t l.u.. -m i. A..-.
tori. In tA .,
i They said inkiMot arsenie
While smoking jnjgufcM 'contribut-
v .iucica.ee -w rung -ean-
."Although the evidence linking
the arsenic in cigarette smoke to
luns- cancer is highly suggestive,
it is felt that a sober approach
to the problem with clinical and
laboratory tudies is needed to
" Tb itudy wasmifJe !,ly ie ie-search
search ie-search group of the medical ;r-
theyeteraiis AtlmlnistrafioU Ho-;
."t i""" "iveraiiji-.w eas,uair
las; It was, reported l,in Cancer,2
a journal W theAnterican Cancer
The MlentistsSski t their : Jvarf
j!inn 'F Pans per
mfllion in five reiutair-sized:' unfik
tered Tleading brands of i, igar-
eue. ineyr saia inters were less
than 30 per cent effective egainst
the arsenicv v
The Food and Drug Administra Administration
tion Administration permits a maximum of three
parts of arsenic trioxide per mil million
lion million in food products.
cigarettes, however, are not
! ....l.t.j L..... u' j.
leguiaicu joctmise. uiey are not.
regaraea as a iooa or orug.
The scientists said the arsenic
was neuvea to come' rrom tnsc
tWHo. uaaH ti ahr a)i
i mwu wv f. hvwhuw
a ... EeVy I (15VD
We repair (a your heme
we don't protons) te guarantee
owr work. We guarantee
,t- fHONE THE EXPERTS;
- CRAWFORD AGENCIES
- Tel. 2-1905
c r.; vTivoll Avenue Ne. 11-20
: f roteer your hem and proper proper-r
r proper-r against inscf damage,
traenpt scitntifi treatment ea :
emergency or monthlv budget
basia.. Telephone Fronte Service,
Panama 1-7977 er Colon 1777,
WANTED: American family,
three adults, desire modern, fur-
nishad 2 or 3 bedroom apartment
i er chalet, Prater fl Cangrei or
La Create. Call El Panama Hilton,
WANTED: Beat trailer, any
condition. Phone 16-5191.
WANTED: Used fres.er In
good condition. Call 1-1252. Pa.
Off Running Again
In flev Cane Seasor
YaXrior r anrl. Wt Vlrsinla Hu
of the top college basketball pov
era Of the 1357-Sa ramnaitm. or
I off and tutuung (aain in the nfr
Xavier's defending National Ii
vitation Tournament champior
made their 1958-59 debut a 91- i
victory over John Carroll Univei
sity Tuesdav night whiln Wo :
.Virginia beat Virginia ifiUtar
institute for its second win in t K
si C?r- a ftt r in Ta. ITJi'.m., at t 'f.
JOOundri, and Hank Stein, 6-',
flaAflt 4l,lt n,IHi ........
.uuv. iiau vrxuu 4CSC1 VCB, VIV. f
auii iaa ii points, antr stem, mo. r
valuable rtlayer in the NI? )
lerry vtesi, a e-ioot, Mnca M,1 1
Aiiuiua canuraaie, sparKea wei
Virginia with 19 points. Tb
Mountaineers encountered "s,tu
b6rn onoositlon from VMT r
didn't break away from a T0-7
tiev until the final thre minute:
Ghdclj. Cotton acored 30 points fc
vn, mB-!tney wern t enough 1
itOD-Weat '.Virginia frnm phallrir
UD it" 38th innaaoiititr Ciifh..
xi was jne second .straight clof
:am fl1 West Virginia, whic
;at, Furman hv nin twin f m
Jloriaay mght. The Mountaineei
wet- tated the Nov 1 team in tl
cc4iritry .by the United Press h
teraational Board of Coaches la:
v'lllinoir rnmnM in m'ltn.m
over Butler, Marquette provide
f?KE4Hickey with a succes
ful debut : hv- tiaatinir Wi.A-ri,
78-4 V Tennessee shaded Wyominj
11-nj Wichita beat Texas Wes
cm, tu-ao, ana r oronam rompe
over Roanok,' 93-50. ;w
Texas Christian cmcTuwl tn.
- -vu a-u,o wa
S3-62, Vanderbilt downed Sewf
nee, 71-42, Jona beat Loyola (Md
70-60. Boatnn rnlWo AfeU
Rhode Island, 80-67, Wake Fore
edged out Davidson, 56-52, Virgir
ia toppled William and Mm f
74, and Missiasinpi beat" South
eastern Louisiana, 87-64, in ethe.
NAMED TEAM CAPTAIN
.HAMILTON. TtfV ttot t-
feph -Wignot, a three-letter man
nas Deen elected captain of th
1959 Celeate Univerwitv fAntr..
team, j Wignot. a Wor
from Natick, Mass., is on the Re
Raidr VarBltT hnnlraw mr,A V...
ball teams;. .,".,,'?,;,".
nam lb Campion horses
' SAN FRANTflTsrn rrnTn-i-
met Farm's Tim -Tam ,ind Mrs
i uoncK Bayg Jdun were namer
rnimntnn lhru.... .1 j. ..,
today x.by, the aeiection aboard o
the Thoroughbred Racing Assocla
HUUBt -t ,:-r
'SB BP-BEEP'- "STAFF... v
a invaded -the British "pub.
IT1. T..1,1- s.L,'
uc xiuuu.nju .mn snnouDcea to
wuld be ; fitted with a midce
radio that WmiM an
when service wis required.
' I aatPI BrLM
DY I.IV TllEATf.'.I.'lT
v Tor ktn baa million or poree
Where aarma hide, causing itch, pain,
. .Mm. ..UleiatlVh.aialai lnsTstnit.
tc. Ordinary Vrbdli only f iv mo
rnonir7 r.wri vu. -the
ajrm that are th real ca.ua of
so many akin-troubles. Nlxoderm
Vlll than garme and makee your akin,
amoother, clearer, rofter and more
attractive. Ask tor Nlxoderm at your
erugntore today, ond at rid ot the
teoi oauee tt rout ekid teoublee.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951 C
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEfENDENT DAILY- NEWSPAPER
TkREY AND BI ttEATES
y GEORGE WUNDJiR THE STOET OP MARTHA WAYNE
f) WILSON t,KLU
OFooyefc shemo. ejujot L
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Anca few moments later;in a sok
ernmental office pulpins of the
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eOVtM PANAMA AAWAYS
Today's XV Program
3:00 CFN NEWS
'4:U0 CAKTCUN ISLAND
4:30 Santa'i Workshop
6:00 Noah'i Ark t ,t
7:00 Cal Storm Show
Courtesy of Aerovlat Panama AinvaVa,
7:30 Tin Tae Dough
00 Man. ueradt Party
t:30 Parol v--
10:00 nht of th WMk
11:00 CFN NIWS
IMS Enc: Otzl A Harrlat
Stan of Jaat
PHONES: PANAMA.- 3-1057 3-1 698--3-1 699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 6 p.r
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' Pnri story on i page :
USAF School For Latin America Graduates
28th Class Of Students From 12 Countries
' After completing five months of
.Intensive training,, 200 Latin A A-jnerican
jnerican A-jnerican students representing 12
countries graduated today from
the U.S. Air Force School for La Latin
tin Latin America, at Albrook Air Force
BTHie graduates, comprising the
th class to complete this train training
ing training received their diplomas Maj.
Gtn. Truman H. Landon, ,com ,com-r.rihhpsn
r.rihhpsn ,com-r.rihhpsn Air Commanrt,
and were congratulated by diplo
matic representatives rrom
A ihrtwA theater where a large
The 'ceremony iook pmte m
crowd of military and diplomatic
dignitaries were present. Besides
presenting diplomas, Lartdon spoKe
briefly, in Spanish, stressing the
Importance of technical 'training
to advance our knowledge of civil
aviation as well as military air
power. , ...
. The groups receiving diplomas
were made up of ix Bolivians,
Ave Chileans, M Cubans, K E-
(Continued from Page 1)
cursing him "In the foulest man-
.Lake was Weeding from the
A sobriety Mest was con conducted
ducted conducted on Lake by" police Sgt.
Fears told the court that
Lake was not belligerent during
the examination: His knowledge
erf time and Place were good.
The ; odor of alcohol was mo mo-w
w mo-w bolM he .had had a
VWi. "v. -
lew beers but could not remem remem-hr
hr remem-hr how .many.-His eyes were
bloodshot, his balance was fair
and1 he. successfully carried out
the finger-tonose test,
f "fix" my opinion the affects, of
lliohoK.arer aliitht." Fears said
and added that the defendant
had been arrested at 2:30 am
n the examination was car
ried' out at 3:15 am.
. Lake, said : in his defense
that he had been draining
Whisky and water but did not
fcnew hew much. He said he
had difficulty in finding his
driving license because he did
. hot know where it was.
He said that when the po
liceman told them they, had to
walk' his' wife said: "You mean
titer 17 rears in the Marine
Corps he has got to walk past
that ftate in front of those
He said there was some dis discussion
cussion discussion as to what should be
done and he and. the policeman
were standing close together.
His wife came up and put a
hand on both their chests.
"Trie policeman pulled back
hit fist as if to strike her and
: .a..,.. . 1:00, t:35, 4:30, 6:15, 8:05 p.m.
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I TERESA WRIGHT-CAMERON
in mmt.iun luuMiniiir nn
THE OFFICIAL VERSION, IN COLOR, OF
"THE CORONATION OF
POPE JUAN XXIII"
RUNNING TIME 20 MINS.
,'X,$ '' iMmtrd thru the
cuadortant, nine Salvadoreans,
20 Guatemalans, four Hondurani,
seven Nicaraguans, 15 Panama Panamanians,
nians, Panamanians, 14 Peruvians, H Uruguay
ans, and 4T Venexualans.
After all student had received
their certificates, Col. Phil Cage,
commandant of the, school pre
sented sport trophies to the capt captains
ains captains of the winninff teams in soc-
cer, voueyDau, sonoaii, anu oas oas-ketball.
Student Felipe Rios-Rios of Pe-
ru addressing the audience in Spa
nish anil sDpakine.tor tne enure
ctnHo'nt htidv exoressed thanks to
UnT school and to the United
itt fnr thi onoor-
States eovernmeirt for the oppor
tunity they were given to advanced
their tecnmcai training,
stiidpnt Julio C. Solan of Uru
guay also, "addressed the dignita dignitaries
ries dignitaries and, repeated essentially the
same comments in English., Both
men also used-the .occasion to'or to'or-finisiiv
finisiiv to'or-finisiiv thanY the schoot and its
oersonnel for the training- a it d
friendship they received.' The stu-
said. 'look, vou can push me
around but don't push my wife
around," said Lake. "We were
being shoved around and hu humiliated."
miliated." humiliated." 1 .
Lake said that the ponceman
said he was resisting arrest and
he held out his hanas ana ioia
him to bo ahead ana arresi
In answer to his attorney,
Lake said he said the armies
he had had-.did not affect him
ana inat, iH any. case, ne cumu
have cot lift home if he
Character evidence was given
by Col. R. W. Wallace, CO of
the Marine Barracks at 15th
Naval District. He said Lake had
a reputation for being a strict
disciDllnarlan and a law abid
ine member of the military
community. Simvar evidence
was also eiven bv 1st Lt. D. B.
De Castro told the Judge
that Lake had already been
physically punished and hu humiliated,
miliated, humiliated, not just by having
to walk through the gate but
by appearing in court. There
were irritants in the .situa .situation
tion .situation and the wife thought her
husband's career was in jeo jeopardy.
pardy. jeopardy. The Judge told Mrs. Lake
that her pride had let her
down. He said it would have
been much better to have faced
up. to it and walked through
To Lake, the Judge said, I
know something of the way the
police work and I just don't Re Relieve
lieve Relieve this officer pushed you a a-round."
round." a-round." PRICES: 0.75 0.40
dents, as the classes before them
had done," sang the "Hymns of ths
Americas" accompanied .by. the
776th Air Force band of Albrook'.
The ceremonies were concluded
with the benediction of Archti
shop Francisco Beckman.
Racaptions in .honor of the
graduates ware told immediate immediately
ly immediately following in.tha Officers' Club
and tht NCO Club. In these Tra Traditional
ditional Traditional -rtcaptions students ind
instructors have a chanca for a
final social meeting before da da-parting
parting da-parting for their homes.
With this completion by the
class of the five-month course, the
school has graduated more than
4,100 Latin American officers and
airmen since its organization in
Prior to the School's establish
ment, many Latin American coun
tries servicemen received on-the-
job-tfaining during World War II
THE WINNER -A tree that
won a "beauty" contest, this
towering white Upruce will
grace New York City's Rocke Rocke-leller
leller Rocke-leller Center during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season. The 64-foot-tafl
tree, found in East Madison,
N4aine, was selected as the per perfect
fect perfect spruce after a search of
nearly six months, It will be
lecorated with L00O plastic
jlobes and 3,000 bulbs lor its
!, ," v
Calm Returns To Colombia As Rojas
Is Held Prisoner Aboard Navy Ship
BOGOTA, Colombia, Dec. 4
(UPI)1 Former dictate Gustavo
Rojas Pinilla was held prisoner a a-board
board a-board the navy frigate Capitan
Tofio today to await trial as the
alleged ringleader of a plot to ov overthrow
erthrow overthrow the government.
President Alberto Lleras Camar Camar-go
go Camar-go decreed modified martial law
throughout Colombia yesterday to
thwart a possible coup against his
government. Armored cars and
troops surrounded Rojas Pinilla's
residence in the northern residen residential
tial residential district of Bogota and the
former strongman was arrested.
He and his son, retired Lt. Car Carlos
los Carlos Rojas Correa, were flown to
the big Caribbean naval base at
Cartagena and placed aboard the
Cac-ifan Tofio to await trial, in
Bogota. Military officials said Ro
jas Pinilla would be returned to
the capital Dec. 15. A
The interior ministry announc
ed ''compete calm" in Bogota
and the rest of the country.
LUras Camargo said In a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide radio broadcast that a
plot against tht government had
been smashed and that a state
of siege was placed in effect. It
included censorship of radio
newcaits and a ban against pub public
lic public meetings.
Lleras Camargo denounced th-
plot as "absurd and criminal'
nd said he was certain tne na
tion would not tolerate the de
struction of its newly-won demo
He chareed the conspiracy was
hatched by Rojas Pinilla and sev
eral officers .of the dictator's for
However, the President said,
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BERLIN, Dec. 4 (UPD Wert
German Chancellor Konrad A A-denauer
denauer A-denauer flew into West Berlin
today to throw the weight of his
immense prestige behind the
free world outpost in its stand
Socialist Mayor Willy Brandt
headed a full-dress civic wel
come for; Adenauer which un
derscored the chancellor's politi
cal campaign' visit as a symbol
of West Berlin's defiance to tne
Communist threat to strip the
city of its defenses.
Adenauer's Christian Demo
cratic party technically Is oppos opposed
ed opposed to Brandt's Social Democrats
in Sunday's elections for a new
127-seat West Berlin city coun
cil. Brandt is seeking re-election
irainst T.emmer. minister of all-
German affairs, who has Chris Christian
tian Christian Democratic support. i
Adenauer arrived at Tempeli-1
hot Airport from Bonn aboard a
special U.S. military piane. iie
82-year-old statesman drove di directly
rectly directly to his quarters here to rest
lor a party rany lonigni,. f
In his campaign appearances
here, Adenauer was expeciea to
urge a massive turnout oi voters
rather tnan to enaorse any can candidate
didate candidate in the contest for mayor.
His overriding theme was likely
to be German unity.
The Civil D f e n s e Volunteer
Corps of Margarita elected the fol following
lowing following officers at their meeting
Mr. Astrea Brooks, zone warden;
Mrs. Rita Washabaugh, assistant
tbne warden, and Mrs. Dorothy
Nichols, first aid warden.
This group meets the first Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday of every month and a first
aid class is now being organized
under the direction of Mrs. Brooks.
The genu al "public is invited to at attend
tend attend all meetings.
LONDON (UPI) Radio Mos
cow called on Arab listeners
Wednesday to attend a new "ra
dio university" that will feature
lectures on Soviet history, econ
omy, geography and politics.
Prizes will be given to top stu
dents. "The period of study three
months will be followed by an ex examination,"
amination," examination," said radio Moscow.
the armed forces remained loyal
to the government and were unit
ed in their determination to main
The army virtually occupied the
capital yesterday, taking over the
national capitol and the h e a d d-quarters
quarters d-quarters of the Cundinamarca
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorolocicai
and Hydrographio Branch of the
Panama canal Company:
High 86 85
Low 78 77
High 96 96
Low 71 75
(max. mph) NW-9 NE-16
RAIN (Inches) .03 T
(inner harbors) 81 82
FRIDAY, DEC. 5
A Yulelid Story
rAkin tucE ABC TUP CUARACTERfTHC
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS PKCRIBtw
1 MC SAID THE BPUSHHCAp IS FLASH!
JI j j
COL. DATID A. McCANDLESS, director' Of the Southern Po Police
lice Police Institute, greets Canal Zo ne Police, Capt, Gaddls Wall!
Balboa Police Capt. Gaddis Wall J
Graduates Today As Sleuth Scientist
Word has been teceived from
Louisville, Ky., that among 32
officers graduating there today
from the Southern Police Insti Institute
tute Institute is Capt. Gaddis Wall, com commander
mander commander of the Balboa District
of the Canal Zone Police.
Wall is the first officer from
the Canal Zone to graduate
from the Institute.
The 12-week course In police
science and administration
was attended by men from
three overseas areas besides
the Canal Zone.
There were two police chiefs
from the Philippines, four police
lieutenants from Puerto Rico, a
police major from the National
Iraqi police of Bagdad, and an
De Gaulle Takes
At Algeria Defense
BONE, Algeria, Dec. 4 (UPI)
Premier Charles de Gaulle receiv received
ed received first-hand reports today that
heavy border fortifications have
nearly halted the flow of rebel in infiltrators
filtrators infiltrators from Tunisia.
De Gaulle discussed the Alge Algerian
rian Algerian military situation with local
officials here on the second day
of his five-day inspection tour of
The discussions centered on the
Morice Line, named for former
Defense Minister Andre Morice.
Officials claim the line was just
about halted 'the flow of rebel
troops to northern Algeria. v
The Premier was expected to
inspect the line's electrified fence
later today. He arrived here last
night following a whirlwind tour
of the eastern part of Algeria.
De Gaulle also was expected to
discuss the future industrial de development
velopment development of Algeria.
Boys 4, Girls 2
Four boy? and two girls' were
born at Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the week ending at mid midnight
night midnight Wednesday, Nov. 28, ac
cording to the hospital .report.
During this same period 72 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 72
Parents of the girls are Mr.
and Mrs. Pedro Perez, of Colon;
and Sfc and Mrs, Rafae Ortiz,
of Puerto Pilon,
Boys were bom to' Sp3 and
Mrs. Morris Jackson, of Colon;
Mr. and Mrs. John Alexaitis, of
Coco Solo; MSgt. and Mrs.
Charles Glaubig, Jr.; of Ft, Gu Gu-lick;
lick; Gu-lick; and Mr. and Mrs. R, B, H.
Stroop JII,; of Coco Solo.
"AMD TWC OTHER OMG IS
CAM'TCCME. I'LL MAN&
. i ,i i- i i- ii in -i
American point Four consultant
now stationed in Indonesia.
American students "from 14
states included police officers
from Illinois; Kansas, Minnesota,
Missouri and Ohio as well as
most states rri the Southern part
of the United States; i ;
Since January, 1951, wften the
Institute held its first session, it
has conducted 20 twelve-week
terms and 16 two-week seminars.
Over 500 officers have graduated
from the Ions; terms and 389
from the seminars.They repre represent
sent represent 212 departments in 33 states
and 11 foreign countries, the u.8.
State Department and the Army.
Of theses 41 are chiefs of police
and 21 are assistant chiefs.
The Institute Is financed by
the City of Louisville, Carnegie
Corporation of New. York, the
General Education Board (a
Rockefeller foundation),' and the,
Acmaro Securities Corporation.
MX BEAUTIFUL uel
pilings, pretty girl, stately ar-
chitectureall have their ap appealing
pealing appealing qualities.' Joanne
Boynne poses against the back backdrop
drop backdrop of Loyola University in
Chicago on Lake Michigan. 1
BY WALT SCOTT
5UDPSNS AS LON& ASTHFy
AROUND 1IU. IHbT flXJUVkK-'
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TIRED OUT FROM GCrpNC
Stateside by Midvvinter j
f WASHINGTON. Dec. 4 (UPI) Government official. m"
today the recent imorovement
end. soon with the result that
may be looking for workjn mid-winter. 'V !.' -.
labor Department manpower experts said th-antlcinat
rise in unemployment would be
the upturn was startinr from a
since unemployment was estimated at 3.805.000 in nctobrr.
v A spurt in i jobless toUls was considered almost certain ia
bring renewed congressional demands for Federal raid to de-'
pressed areas and Improved Unemployment benefits. Both-would,
run counter to-the administration's economv 'Orive. v ;
The advent of cold weather: al
ways signals layoffs for workers
un iarms ana m 'construction and
amusement industries. However.
pre-Christmas 1 retail trade and
services will soften the imnact of
the layoffs until- after the iholi-
aays, the economists said.
One recent clue'' to" the forth
coming spiral was.' the -first in
crease since -mid-July in the num-1
Der oi workers -claimin? inhlos.
benefits. The totalJ receivinif un
employment compensation prob probably
ably probably will surpass three million by
February or Jtfstch, one-- Labor
Department .official, said,-,. -..
, Ewan Qague, ; commissioner j of
labor statistics, 'Tecently ex expressed
pressed expressed concern that unemplow
ment would be relatively high lor
most of 1959. 's,.
Clague believes there1 are three
reasons why joblessness will b a
national headache next yeir de
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and, introducing GIANNA MARIA CANAtE Screennlav
hy Jonathan Latlmeru- Based on the play .by Philb Markii
Produced by Jack Clayton Directed by John Guilier Guilier-min
min Guilier-min A ROMULUS PRODUCTION,
in ? unemnlnvment u i-ntri
more than 4.508,000 Americans
only "seasonal." Rut they said !'
much hirher iei than nmaf.H!
spite the evident recovery, in pre-" i
duction,, income and "sales. i :
First, hr" saict employers are
gettuig increased a. productioli pet V
man-hour by use of labor-saving j
machinery .,; and abandonment oi j
obsolete, wasteful, plants, A nor-v 8
mal 3 per cent' advance in pro- n
ductivity would wipe out the need
tor z million workers in 1959, h
MiVv.' Vv- ':
Secondly,, rthe economy must
provide jobs for about 1,250,000 o
the present 3300,000 unemployed
to get back to a relatively low
level of joblessness.
- Thirds about- 790,000 newcomers
who wtfljoin ,the labor force in
1959 "must -be absorbed.
Vt is apparent, tfiat a restart
tion.ta the levls. ofi production in
the summer v of -1957 pre-receV
sion) would leave us four million;
jobs-short of reasonably minimunt
unemployment,", Clague noted.
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