The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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fLe fKe people Icnotc the truth and tto tountry it safe", Abraham Lincoln

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Throughout the world
more people buy
Seagram's YO.
than any :other
nmportedwnisky..

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- f to' a Comoany. 1st Battlr Group, 20th; Infantry,, is undergoing tstg at the Rio Hato ; teainint
1 lite under their ommanding-officer,,. Capt. Epb" ert' S,. Mcgienaghan(Storf andr mora picture
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lite Names Dec. 2Special Holiday

For Federal! Workers; Jdrt. 2 Normal

i.t n n.i. so. ft Fridav. has liren declared by

President Elsenhower for all employes of United States Federal

hml Hiinr hokuuai iwuar v:i -r

Raihn Hirht tndav. it was eonf iHned today that the

extra holiday following Christinas Day will be Observed with a
normal holiday schedule on the. Canal Zone, -j

' All AffioM All th I 1H1I ZMIC Will DC Ciuoru, mnu uiiit ecu-

tiai ur.iH will nnerate. such as those of the service centers and

th tranit f shins and other waterway operations.

th HMiaratinn of President Eisenhower made' no mention

of a Jan. t holiday, 4o follow New Year's Day.

. A annkftxmin for the Civil Service uommisison in wasniuc

ton told UPI the presumption is that the President would have

included Jan. 2 in his order if he had intended it aiso to oe a

heiiday.
Therefore tovernment' agencies-and temployes are planning

to work as asual on Friday, Jan., 8. i 1

Gbld: Coast High Schools

Headed For 1960'Opening

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. The 'appeal -of AfexaAder Igu Igu-'
' Igu-' ln. 48, American, a Oorgaa Hos.
nital pharmacist, against a eon
Tictlori Jot stealing t ll-ew
packet of :ream cheese, from
Balboa Commissary, was Phia

bv Judge-uuume r. ,ivC
t the-U.8TDisfcict Cour at Ancon
Aftef a two and a7ftlf 'hour
f hearing during which 'jvlne wtt
nesses testified to ;the good
Xaraaenoj Egudmthe'
, reversed th decWOttoJ Balboa
Magistrate Court- on Nov. 28
:-Chen ngudln.was found guilty
f stealing1'' tha cheese and fined
t ,2Orowe, In his summing up to today,
day, today, said that the, fact? Ppe;
ed 'to establish a ease of petty
' larceny but added: ;
s Xh ejuestlon Is whether a
man should ha eonvlete of a
: criminal offense ander. such
suspicious circumstances or
. whether he should be gwen
i the benefit bf the doubt, 1 am
h Inclined-to think that la i prob prob-1
1 prob-1 ablr the best solution to the"

RobinpOH, said

he alsp saw

f ease. :
' Th. .vntji leadlne to the con

.mi. in thu lower court were

re-told today by'employes of, the

Balboa Commissary. ,
- i nnmrpi Rnencer. assis

' 4f.. ani. suoervisor.' said 'that

iAv si this- yeat she saw

Sgudin put packet of cream
; cheese in his left trousw- pocket
i Just before he reached the
cheikln? stand, She said she had
i nr.H wrnriin round the.com-

- mlsary; and had seen hirn take
1 the -cheese and put it in his bas.

- Bhorilr afterwards, he nicked
the cheese out of the -basket,
- looked tound, and 'whin he saw
her, he threw It back the witness
. said. On two more occasions he
put hi hand over the c.hese but
. did not nick it up upon nbsert nbsert-lntf
lntf nbsert-lntf bet behind him.' She ssM he
ftoaUT iut it in his pocket .Just
i,.fA ,b reached the checklne

' stand and ?nt through wtthouU

paving tock. 'i f
rh tor was taken up by 8

rtor William McQowan, who

followed Egudin out to- his -car.
pfowan said he asked Eeudlh

' about the cheese and'th latter!

started to iook in. mib urb. b
had carried but from the com com--
- com-- mlssarv. He then walked -round
th nther side of the car. made

a "flinging. Kicnng mouoiv
MI asked him what he had
thrown under the ar and he-
renHed 'nothing. McGowan
said. "I looked down and saw saw-'
' saw-' the cream cheese under 1 the the-i
i the-i middle of the ear and Egudln
aid he dldnt know where It
had come from.- The cheerrt
as stm oid.v-;

rnmmissarv manager sWillian)

Robinson told the court: "I know

thU customer as a man i nave
tK atuff to .watch every

1 time he came In thatort.'?,T,

Egudin make a "kicking motion

on the thr side of thf car.
They -went, back into the com commissary
missary commissary and it was found that
the- cheese, was not' listed on his

check. a it '" i

." canal 'Zone policeman Paul v.
0'Donnell,rwho twas.' called in,
said Egudin" at. first stated the

cheese was ms ana mat ne naa
purchased It but an erroi had
been, made" as he went through
the ...checking tmb standLater,

however, he denied the cheese

was his. v ;

Eeudin told the court he had

been' pharmacist at porgas

Hospital jor 22 years andourmg
this time be had always! ddne
the family shopping fivepays a
week. On the 21st, he 'tout a

nacket of cream cheese in tm

basket alone- with' some other

tmnga ana men noiiceq bum
Spencer looking at hitn. He

thought he might -pernaps nave
taken somebody else's basket so
he looked into it again ejnd saw

it was ms own.

Before he reached tnejcnecK tnejcnecK-uur
uur tnejcnecK-uur out counter hie put bis hand

into his left hand trousei pocket

as it was his habit, to make sure

Th ahane, of things to come

for boys and girls In the Canal
Zone's Atlantic Side town? was

expiainea w jtneiui yj v.v-
communities' hist month when
Gov. W, K. Potter outlined de

tails, of the new coco soio ju junior
nior junior and Senior High School
during a community, coaference

at aatun.

. Bids for remodeling or toree
large former Navy, buildings
Jnta a firstrclass modern
school plant were advertised
in mid-November and will be
pend Dec. Z9.;- ,' I

ClassroomSi shop and tonet

fVflit.iP are to be. ready Tor

use X-when I school pen next
September. The -school' kbor

atoriesL auditoriums nvm,

BQTG and rifle range areas ait
t 'be completed by the end of
the first semester of the school
year,, or about Jan. 31 1960v?f'
. chmun Hv t.h flrc.omrjanv-

why he. became upset tfhen ac- lnjC Sketch, which shows the

cused, and acted, inair abnormal hnni as it will, look whsnxom-

way. ,.. ' pitted. ; the new Junior -iSenior

"To put a,' black mart against jjj- hooi wm De housed in
this man when there" is a reason- L iarBe central Building with

able doubt wtmld be a very sen- two wines.

ous thing to do," said de Castro, I -rh. (.-ntral bulldine wlU be

"anl It- i Jl' (nmvt-.htnv whlph H. k n.Vi.-ni niu.

should not be done when there is tlona fcna' jts- central gathering

unquesiionawy reasonaore DiaCe. The ground floor in mis

will have athletic facilities,

dressing rooms and showers on
the ground floor. Each of the
remaining two floors in this
wing will have seven class classrooms,
rooms, classrooms, ..,

building will contain the wood
shop, metal shop, and auta re repair
pair repair shop. ;"

A combined scnooi ana puo
lie library will be located on
the,. first, floor- of ibis central
building as will be the cafe cafeteria,
teria, cafeteria, seating 408,,-" and the
kitchens. - ;
The school offices; a health

clinic and audio-visual ; and

his wallet was there. .He said

Mrs. Spencer suspected hint be'"

cause he was loosing lyt, some

thing in the basket. -m
He said when he ws oues

tioned about the cheese at bis ;

. ear,; that he lost bis head and
became very angry and fhnH.
the cheese under the. far and
denied bavlnr bouchtlt.

He said he. boueht creani

cheese' at the commissary- every

aayi ana pruwuccu ; mis,

day's check, with cream, cnees?

listed-on it. .,-.

Esmdln added- 'ir.waa rush

hour. and Items, were being dalt
with ranidlv -I.am.'?sure the

checker lalled to check out me

item i ,have,touna cnfCKers

makintr mistakes several times

before." -.

After 'the character witnesses
had been callert. Egudin was.a was.a-cain
cain was.a-cain called to the iwltnesa stand
by his attorney. Woodrow ; de
Castro. Egudin said he-was mar.

rled with two cniidren. He saio
his wife was .not in .very, good
mental health and he, had been

under the strain of having' to do

all the shopping lor a numoer oi

years. fj f f.jt A fct

u "Auorney ae uasiro-saia: -is n
characteristic of a man, of 'his
integrity to steal 17 cents worth
of cheese. He recalled that wit witnesses
nesses witnesses at the .car,-, had allTsakl
they did not see Egudin put hl hl-hand
hand hl-hand in his packet to- take out

the cheese which would bear out
that he took it from one of the

bags which werd lying' on th1
front seat of the car.1 -,

- "He has. to fulfill the position
which his disabled partner -can

not fulfill," said da Castro and

around this could He .the reason

doubtV" v-v-'M'f

Sununlnf up, Crowe said:

'These are the most unpleas

ant things that confront a
court. these eases involving

responsible .citizens who have
iamilles fchd positions of
trust. I always, find myself in

a quandary a to what is the

just thing to do.

He went, on tO recall Similar L,M9nM rnnma will he nn this

cases. He nuehtloned one which f'tnnrt An T the offices wUl be

ognltiop. ..the- case of the Bus- teconA loor ,of th cen

siuxi woman .jq. xiKiano who building will contain an

had, piacea up a nat and want- auditorium, aeatina 6U.t ft mu

sic room for the high school

priyate musi$ prac-

music omqe ana

Hhvavv purl anai fni. ilnstrn-

lactor -wnicn, puts tnem in tne m!nt storaae. as well as two

same category as Kleptomaniacs Hn.in rooms it

and they take things ofc small ., The auditorium will be me

vame 'wmcn ney ao not neea. i hanlcaUv ventilated and the

A- study hall, museum and

lounge wlU be located on the

first floor and the elementary

science area, lounges for teach-

ers and students, and a gallery
for exhibits on the second floor.

Three classrooms' and an
office-for. the ROTC are to
be L located on the grotmd
floor f the opposite wing.

Aim on. this floor, will bK
trmors and ipAoor t
'five- general classro'omaa

multi-purpose room, an art
classroom and a home eco

nomics and sewing room, will

occupy the first floor, of tnis

wing. The second floor will con contain
tain contain the' physics and chemistry chemistry-laboratories,
laboratories, chemistry-laboratories, a general science

area, and space tor a biology-

science museum.

The new' Junlor-Senloi. High

School building will be "located

not iar irom tne uoco aoio Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School. Work on ,the

latter Is now well under way.

Target date for the completion

of the elementary school is the
end of next January.

RP REVEALS
RENTAL PLAN
AT CRISTOBAL

- Apartments and cottages at New
Cristobal which were recently turn turned
ed turned over to- Panama ownership by
the United States will be rented
by the Housing and Urban insti institute
tute institute with a "conditional promise
of sale,' according to a release

by the institute's board of direc

tors
Some of the conditions for rent rental
al rental make it necessary for appli applicants
cants applicants to be residents of Colon or
its suburban areas. They must
not be owing money to the gov

ernment or any of its autonomous

institutions.

Applicants must have a combin

ed family income of $325 monthly
to be eligible for rental of three-

bedroom cottages; $400 for fourr

bedroom cottages; $450 for two

bedroom duplex houses; $225 for

a duplex two-bedroom apartment:

$475 for three-bedroom duplex

houses, and $250 for a duplex

three-bedroom apartment.

, A down payment of ten per cent

oi me vaiue or me nouse or a

partrnent is required. If the sale
is decided upon, by the Institute,

the balance must be paid in 20

years.

If it Is decided that the land?
of being sold, the i ten percent,
deposit will be returned with inter interest
est interest at the rate of six percent per
annum

Unionist

Cairns

200 Ships Hit
i'v V-S IV'' j "'
Ji.S'-''

In

17 Countries

ROTERbAM, Dec. 5 (UPI) Th four-day boycott.

on flags of convenience ships was a ''great success, a
spokesman of the loternational Transport Workers fed

eration said today.

At a final press conference here on the boycott ac

tion, ITF spokesman Lawrence White said that 17 coun

tries acted on the boycot call.
They included Sweden, Holland, Belgium, England,
Ireland, Greece, Malta, Israel, New Zealand, Australia,
Chile, Uruguay, CubaUnited States, Canada, Nigeria and
India. : 7s
White said union reports showed that 200 ships felt
"direct consequences" of the action. "It is known 'that
ships departed from boycott harbors," he added.
" Explaining the boycott's success, White said that

Costa Rica had waived facilities for flags of convenience
ships, whife the Greek government is now looking into the
question of Greek ships sailing under such flags ;

TsthrrmT Visited-

Big Dig In Gail lard Cut,
"""" - nwr af 1,1 i , r

Tuna By The Ton
Leaves Cristobal

For LA. Canneries

Ed out. without .navina for iU

" j'. r- V- IBIL A-Will ivi

wnat motivates these people choir f0Ur prl
f doi't know," he continued, tic. rooms
m.ma be-some psychological ,ibrarv s

One scientific expedition tfnt

ed thfr canal last month andNn
other Is due in Cristobal next wek

after a cruise around the 'CaribJ

ucau: wn: auauia vaiiHi ivcvicw

said today.

southbound Nov. 12, trom Charl

eston, S.' C, to Callao, was the
202-foot Vema, a research vessel

owned and operated by Colum

bia University. The trim black-

hulled schooner, flying the Pana

manian flag, attracted much at

tention Irom a large group of Roo

sevelt Medal holders who took off

from Gamboa for a partial transit

of the canal aboard the ferryboat

President Porras just as the vema
was opposite Gamboa.
The Vema was built in Copenh

agen in 1923 as a yacht. During

ship and m 1950 was purchased
by Columbia University and fitted
out as a research vessel. Oq tier

present trip she carries a crew
of 32, including her master.

ice. Lie

Thousands tof tons of frozen tu

na, both yellow-fin and albacore,
have been moving recently over

the Cristobal piers a trans-shipment
car6. The tuna is comma

from the South Atlantic 'primarily the 142-foot Atlantis, owned by the
from the Brazilian coast, and is Woods Hole Oceanographic Institu-

en route to canneries, in the Losltion of Massachusetts. She is due

He 'added: '"Here we haye a I

cage of a man who bas a re

putation for' integrity and who

other rooms cm this floor will
be air-conditioned. : .''

s'The eauipment for trie cafe

eria, auditorium and Shops will

The second research vessel 5n

area, according to a re re-the
the re-the Panama Canal Re-

dles valuable narcotics We be neW( win.jje tn(l .halrs

""t ..icowiituiiy uj, mhb anj tahlitc. In th eatitterltt

employes ,w ,tne-, wmmissary u The thre story-wing which
and the police officers which i L.m

believet-'They jStaled h JbU L,, 1149( ,on thfeft M M-just
just M-just as lhey saw them. nd th nn. th- -entr.i: buiidlnif.

facts establish a case qi petty

Uarceny.,VThe defendant states

that the vf act that he .was up

set accounted for his actions la

the. parking lot but .the couii
could. read' into this action fCar
when confronted with, a theft."

The Judge also recalled that

defendant was "suspect" v

- He continued,- "The question

i? whether a man snoutd-'De

convicted of a criminal offense

under such suspicious circum

stances, or whether he should
be given ., the v benefit of the

doubt, -1 Am inclined to think

that; is probably the best.'jolu

turn in ,tms case. n -,' r

"I am not in ant way over

rldinc vhrilance on- the Dart

of the commissary employes."
The Judge, spoke of similar
cases where .. there was ad

ministrative action taken i

"I think the best, thing is' to

reverse the decision of the. low
zt court that there was felonl

ous intent, and the case -will be

ilwnlssed." he eoncludco.. 1

"The' witnesses who testified

to- Egndin's honesty and v in teg

ltv were: Dr. Robert Berger.

Rabbi Nathan Witkln, Dr. Ry

cke.! col. Arden Bennpti, ro'

?rt Thompson. Miss Helen Mil

loy. Mrs. Helen t Walker,-Louls

Snedeker and Harry Dunn,'

V'1 ri

Angeles
port in

view, -- ;
When space is available, the tu tuna
na tuna has beeo trans-shipped aboard
vessels of the Japanese N.Y.K
Line. Last month; however 338

tons were loaded, aboard the new

Barber Wilhelmten motors ship-Tagaytay.

-An additional ,850. tons- was., to

be loaded aboard the Panama

flat Puerto de Sol which was char
tered especially II tarry the froz
en- tuna. .
.... 'ji.'f .MVif'nii.i i H'.iliM.i.i. .',.i''i,--fi,,'i,ili

in Cristobal about -Dec. 7 on a

geological,-, biological, and hydro-

graphic cruise which has taken

her 'to Trinidad, Curacao; and" Ma

racaibo. She is not scheduled for
transit,
The Atlantis is no stranger io
canal waters. She was northbound
through the Canal on Jan. in 1956
from Antofagasta, Chile. At the
time she was carrying a crew of
21.

Panama Agencies are agents for

both of the scientist vessels..

jug i- Hie t?nal
Canal was opened vj..i

AUon of the Third lacks' r-proj

eci is ready to start the Faoanfa,

Canal Review has revealed.
The iob is the .widening of the

I channel in the Paraiso and Cuca-

sacna, eacnea in uamaiu uui

trom 300 feet to 500 feet at bot bottom
tom bottom detolh.. The. work will take

two or more years and will cost

in .ftio neiehborhood Of $12,000,000

The amount of rock and eartn
to be moved will be e-7,000,000

ruhi varfls.- of s which about", 1,

000 cubic yards will come from

Contractors Hill.
Tbt widJnlnff of Paraiso and
Cuciracha 'Reaches eonftitotas
na of the Irinetpal projoet of
the Short Ranflt Imprpvomonj
Plan which 5Wa .devolopod and
approved by Xtho Board of Di-
vartart avar'a VOSr flO

Since that tirhe, work has been

In progress onUwo ouier pnasea
of the program which is designed
ithii, Kransit capacity

of the Canal by about 25 percent.

Work is nearmg compieiwo w
the widening of Paraiso Bei.d, or
Bend 1868, as it is officially desig designated.
nated. designated. The widening of another
bend, No. 1660, is the, only other
major excavation project in the
Short Range Plan. This is a curve
in' the channel near the old con construction
struction construction town of Empire which
is considered one "of the. h)ost ha hazardous
zardous hazardous in the navigation- of Gail Gail-lard'
lard' Gail-lard' Cut'
This -project ii slated for com completion
pletion completion after the widening of the
two reaches just nortlf of Pedro
Miguel Locks has been completed.
' Bids are now binj solicited
forth bin excavation (ob. Thoy-
tt scheduled' to bo' oponad
Jirt. M.
, All of tne drilling and blasting,
as well as the dry excavation,

malenal L.njh,l ) .'.nv w,

Uitjui.ai wUL 1m jremoyad by tiu IXtadgi

iuh juivision,

A p proximately 800 nm

feetover. 150 miles of .dnlbna

Will be necessarv and ihnnt i u.

000 pounds of exnlosivn. uiii' -'i

needad io break up the material

wuichwill be excavated in -th

wet by the Dredging Division.V.
It plamad t jiward a ,m.

gla contract for i f tho grill.

, Biasrins, ana ry xcva.

non.

Paraiso

anted to

a I'ana-Corpora-compa-of
Con

ago.

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V

1

On the widening

xiena, contracts were

two iirms, biioon, mc i

ma nrm, and the Tecod
tion of Texas. The lattj

ny handled the terracing

tractors Hill a few vari

The dry excavation, nf mswioi

at Paraiso Bend was done under
contract by Bildon, while the Tex-

a nrm was awarded the con contract
tract contract for the drilling and blasting.
This work is nearlv comnltjri n

dry excavation is almost finished,
and ail but a small amount ol
the wet excavation done. Th

contracts were' awarded last year
and work was begun eartv this

year.
Tbe, completion of the new wide
ning project will provide a chan channel
nel channel 500 feet, wide: s for approxi approximately
mately approximately half the length of GaiUarrd
Cut. v
This will to ampla for ships
of all tiitt, which, can bo ae ae-connmodatod
connmodatod ae-connmodatod by tho Lacks,
moot and past anywhara In th
Canal channol oxcopt for about
four miles at th north and of
Gaillard Cut. y'S
All of the excavation in the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso and Cucaracha Reaches will
be on the west side of the CanaL
The rock and earth t be remov removed
ed removed by. dry -excavation will "b .,
''"nped in areas, near the proj project
ect project t. 1 i

.wo lrge dump areas have1

been f'V nated; one a large sec section
tion section of tow-lying ground nearly '"
opposite Paraisv and the othei -the
old Rio Grande Reservon

which was nseq?t. dumo fro 5
mater'"l removed from Contra;
tors Hills. ' ;

The terraced effect of Conwa

tors Hill from,tthe previous exca excavation
vation excavation will be : retained, but th

material to be removed m th
new project will cut back cdnsl cdnsl-derably
derably cdnsl-derably in'o the hill which hat
been a landmark of the Caual
since it opened.

- UIGU SCHOOL BY TH A at Coco Solo a drawft by PC's Ellen Kurzman.

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- atyY. letters arc published i the order received.
' ." Vl in t Iruo tha larran limited Jo one eioe knath, :.

f"?HMeitrhr of leMer weiren it keld in ttricreet confidence.

Z .?T"h iwipeHr hiti ne meenribiliry er ftatemenh er opinioni

eipreeied lettin from reader.

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Sir

a:

'Tnihj Rnv" (Mftii Box. Dec 2) miuht be interesUa.Ia hear

that the same bully boys of the school bus have forgottealtaem-i
selves and carried toeir activities to, the oor of the merfl Jljsfi
in fhm rviBhin rJuhhouse. OniThankssMnKeveninK a 15-4

Mar-old Mi th Uqolthere whUa anether .lS-year-old Wcked
i-a 13-yearM leaving two shjJe marks on .thearnj of thg.,you9g4

' r DOYi lawe were wiiuejwa. j
. The same'TrriUtlng antics by the same boys are carried ori
at the Diablo tennis courts' during and after the advanced classJ
Any doubters can rheck this with he innis teacfter. 1 1
"Bully Bqs" can hardly clato ther Is Any reason why sucW
things shouldffo on unnoticed, p "V y

Sir:

HAVE BITTERS, WILL TRAVEL

. br4tl4

Whv rtnPn'i"Ka7.nr!Li Joe" (Mall B0X. IWIT2E2st DUY a

. Tnr.vaii' Rittr. icpnninp from New Orleans) at his favor

it. Balh6 store, and he won't have to substitute, He can carry.

the bottle with jhtm. It Is small isnough rttj vhe will then "be

able to enjoy Ms f awrjte cocitiau every wnpre ne goes

Barfly

on

JVOT A CHANCE

this' dedicated fo, 'Hungry" (MaA Noy, 26):

no

The Museo can only show
..The workmanship, of man; ,'!
'Phe things he'-left behind to prove ";,;'. 1
ffiusat not o&'his ean. . L.'Xi

The only sweat and strain you've hadrj
Are making familie, ; ,- v V
S Ana (nty heniesdiin't is- t
tJQr 4 your famifytree.
Artd1na hundred years from nqvr,
-WhilP fkarrhinz thrnueh the thickets.t:r

"They'll slumbie on Vour last remains:

Those National Lottery ticKets. .,

.2

Sir:

I

Not Hungry.
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PEN FRIENDS WANTED

About 10 vears, aeo you were kind enough to publish my name

kni taddress togpther with an appeal to your young readrs fq write
" to mtft-tppnfrierirs, in Sweden;' I remember I gdtShondreds of
letters wnjch I fojrwarded to mv.yoiuie Swedish reader -'.'; I
r- l 'fn? the meantime I have hetaed about' '100.000 yoimt. Swedes j4
' 'get penfriends in most "of parts of the world and the interest is just
;r irowing.
So I am writing to you asain asking for your help to establish
many more friendly links between our two countries. Could you pub publish
lish publish mv name and address and tell all your vonne readers, between
IS and 25, who are interested in writing Friendchin Letters to Swe Sweden,
den, Sweden, to send me a postal card, stating name, address, age, sex, in interests?
terests? interests? f ,
v sa Then t'Win be .glad to forward nlr names and addresses .td''pen-
J-...'i-J i it. J '..f.;' ye. ,. ... ... !'

menas oi ineir own age m mis eiiQ. '',- S"'

? 4 ,' " 4 4 ,

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By VICTOR RIESEL
(This is an exclusive report,
the first of its kind, on the little

known battle .against rxxsonoua, I

radiation eing made by Moor,
industry "and government experts
as the nation 4lut. silently Unto
the era of atomic power, 4 tools
S aUD!&errcVs4nmtosT 68

men have overdrawn their dead

ly dose of radiation. Two were
killed. The others wera badly In

jured by the invisible rays in their
plants, .construction yards andjab-

oratones. The. scored a stilt, smaii

but buatfot to the most recent vic

tim, saturated! by: semes rays m a

iuincyj iuass.', ;; nupyam,'.: wee w

the- first atomic, vassenger-cargo

ship is on. the wayai -r
Nobody wants anyone' else ra

dioactlvated'" Intf e1rtT"BaWT)Jr
the odorless, tastelesv invisibly
toxin which1 can ,bei'a' billion time
J Jl 1L.L if. A I

more aeaoiy man me wsrsi tauus
trial poison we know today. v

There arej those thisverr' mo
mentft who want hv law which

woulff. in ;effed, Geigef count tv

ery American just as scores of

millJons of.iis were iinserprinfed

for viliani: purposes.; But instead

oi Deing Eioreq in uie vasi super
scientific FBI files, the radioaei
tive count of "every citizen would

,pepMteci in a : .pant book..

i. .... Hr ... i j ....

own "bank book" under this i)Un

In it would fee recorded every bit
of exposure." be it a tooth X-rev.

a fluorbscope or an -a dual de of
radiation picked uo by men and
women .Who earn their dailjj 'read
in the rapidly "grbwin? atomic. pow
er and isotope handllne factories

fnr3e?4nstffiction,therp tie at

wasVRW" Mtjdustr1al ola"nts;' and

someir,uuu Tton-inaustriai; instaua

lions nine etomfp' sftifr nhau

lflr fMiaHpft' leak couW' 'mean

4toukiou juries whJch:' flight

"oi snow zor a opcaae: rrtne con

cept of a radioactivity "hnV

uuuA.jiii i np melodrama tif

mmmamtmw',1 ficHon script

wruer. jusi noie mat these plants
and labs now employ tens of thou thousands
sands thousands of working nenole in every
stMe ndianrt !Hwaif.JtfSo.scw'

unnouced w the publicrHhere-

ore. the National Aiai)m

Gai'am. T . ...

iw warns an' inaiviauai

.cjuiu M-pi or every msnt0T)ii
and -child,: so that be wiiP way
knoy ectly..how much "iritHlatifti

he carries. Such a. McorAVa

fWP.davi keew iwrion-friSmtaki

m8f mil iplatihadiingfahn,:
ic isotopes plant where the
radiation may be safe for every everybody
body everybody fxqept tft nfiwcomer&vfThat
tiny extra dose may be enough to
criople or kill him
To measure this radioactivity
there already are several gadgets.
One is a film badge. The worker
wears it everyday.. Jt automati-

canyLtfeos a permanent -record
which an be- read bv deve'lonm?

hp-IwiiiThre,j rf1"" simetr."

Sflmm ma :d :

km v e -. .iinsti r. empaji. -i k k. v .V "X. la t. wuu mat rm ib

' ir-.O ( III .

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on Wednesdays Detfemker t,'f"5l at (in'

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INTERESTING M TRUE

EDITOR'S NOTE; Ted Scott',
editor and columnist af The
Panama Atferlcan in the rol rollicking
licking rollicking day, of yore when Zon--)ans
called a spade a steam
shovel, wrote -this column In
the Havana Post recently. The
Drew Pearson column to whtcn

THE THEK'SIDE Or THE
STEM OF BANANAS 1

by TED SCOn

"Til.Tho Wlra'l IrAoak. it'!. 1,1. i..l..S

:it'"V'Vy'"v' v ...... uu&riA

Frbul" time to aime he'Teade IttK

t .4 .. .. n

fie Knows .yvnen ne s.nad too much
twMcw wioiTtfvrjefb ap net

,utVI0oif- you will hear that th

I Tnanitsi

and',dTive 'rrjuhd townsbm'M'wjwho rparj thfs"Tn remetn remetn-berhef'a.
berhef'a. remetn-berhef'a. th3 Tea? ''rjSih W,tht. t4ltd 'us' at CulebraMn

i!

Mil

ny's making enemies for the uncovered until they .were order'

United States South oi the Bo?- ed to proceed wlth thelr tasks

der, nothing ,couW. b xa.rtoi

-ws enwnatnpa u'QsnKMnvmav'ri'' rMneT t tnnsne s --- :?'IU''

W.I I1WIIIIV A-.'1A JJVIlblG
these gadgets are just; notnQugh.
Soon, ths rjnle thaser W W great

rjfURni1w,revoiraonT':;Wui-i; r"i; tne

. Constmctiorr Dav Th.npitthboT-s p-atWprerf nTiiinda'' ftvftttln
'ii j-i- r. -V x i ft, tix-a." X

theytd on fier rnch.rbr wniy wa 7,hinrtTiH ci tWif.hf
home place, and mf dfdrt khow Irnw'irrrncjr1 wripre riP 'cotton
That prooerty Is an'brokeh uo'"frw. ln,to sm4llarms.:j(in.(p
settled 'bv wp'l-to-do ownetc now nnkln'' 4 nrospepo"k country.
Drove through that pact ,of the countrv this year, and -trip. -vm
ofijil!8 cduld tie seen in many villages.!. In one T saw the-First
State Bank, with a Sykes .as president. f '. v ., J. ,,
- Old Man Winter h"i hit hard, and sunny fau'fornia th
hardest of all' A letter from Clyde Vwdride of Oakland, Calif,
said he had flown from Maine; to Oakland and, said it loOket:
KratM'2n.OnO ft. I'D in the. air. s "('v.,'

" "wish I could give you a decent letter, butrny, eyes .yon"

stanoit. -t f -j
Thank the Hinkles for the nlpe bunch,, of fypplngs. Sure
have some good friends in Panama. , vv

'3 -P9P. wrignt

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INTERNES FOR COCO SOL6

ls"' i :.VJ i f ;it ."' .... . '- l.

... v- Here on tne Atlantic isme we oiten times xeei neglected aria
,7.-,,iiJ1 Aff l.pt. ftllf neirlprtprl hllr1rprt -Vet with Onvernnr Pnt-

ters cbntlnued assurance that he will malnte hi, high standards
of health care, hospitals arVfls qualtfif t ; spcallsts drtnot

t feel our cause, is joslaiso tie nas maae us reel tnat ne will see

..afjp.f-' x I AnmMiOsaiae nliiViVtmiQae n vt4 -if V aot oKllelimonf a nrlll

lilcXi UUl iiOicn ivo, v'.uuuuu'ifca.i niiu Ubiivj, 3 uawiioti' 11 vii rv 1 11

- bt keot well stocked and that hmiwill back our councils. He al

ways has come forth with his honesty and has demonstrated his

- interest. i

i m. Now some ol our, people have been informed that.it Is posr
''- r alble ta.oaYe anlritern'api'ogram ab Coco Solo Hospital since the
ijy hosnltal has received;, .acknowledgement recently publicized- in

. 'local jiewsoapersX The 'communities are grateful for-the fine
- aunefultendent and 'the-OnH who have ttiade this possible. Per

haps, the other program will be undertaken just as at Gorgas

and tnere is one more goai acnievea ana iunner progress maae
' 1 A. 1 A.-..- j y 1 l :

we .are noi ungrateiui. r : vr fv t- ja. -..rt -...

t ror ivianT

111

PRETTY PRADQ,

;3

Shortly after the last Christmas holiday season. I remem

ber ft'suggestion was made that I thought would be wonderful
and. Jutvlng just remembered about it, I wonder if it's too late
to bring It,. iio again? .. ' -....
It was w have the strip 6f parkway running up the Prado,
from the .Commissary to the Administration Building decorated
with colored lights, and possibly, some donated Banta-wlth-

sleighs, etc. Can't you just see, in your mind's eye, what a beau

tlful nicture that would be?

the Beautiflcation Committee

I

jAnd couldn't the Civic Council, or

or any clvic-mlnded grouo Mt

together on it? Last year hardly any of the houses along the

Prado; bothered with Christmas lights, and it seemed depress

l A Merry unrisuwas

heedlirtes atndtpp ss. on Intone Xub

hub .of taTaowrirelatienej ahdollW-

M3 bargaining;' .WmSM:. ;

aThereJutfithe; B0Wewakets

lorv, iforiiumble.'tWhose mSV

help operate thos strange new

(iantfr, This jBa(aojcLiunkn,Js. one

t the. Jtrswej nsvalooitKK'mecha

njeal plan for th acounHng (of

raojoaciivityy." iti-eans::.iOT- tne

keeping of records cby re.tnpleyerfs

on me lnausrriei ironuer oi nuq-

leafr uower.! toolsMandtistODeJCT

sonai raaiauon, aeoi Dv ine-iirms

accountinc department lust as it

Keeps olner reoords. And the em

ployer would give the worker a
Slip at the end of a specified oe oe-riod
riod oe-riod telling him .how much radia radiation
tion radiation he nicked up, just as .the firirt

now tells the worker how much
he earned and what taxes were
withheld.

But straneelv enou eh. there are

few such ; plans. Iridu-try is ab

sorbed with the 'round-the Clock
tension pumoed into it hy the tor torture
ture torture of building a brand new sec

tion of society. Congress hasn't

sotien around fo ft. Result? The
Russians are aheart nt ih vn

The Soviet Union has tighter safe

ty standards than we have

"The Soviets' atarentlv have

establiahedua slightly mpre-restric
tive mjxJmum .radiation axposnre
lirriiL! 'according tn.:Arlitrpw P.U.

;,c5irraio ofaah AFf-CIO
Staff Committee on Atomic JEner-

fytrK T9-'ir;sTlA rrtti

, nAfIii?ry?aiw anoner' hours

tsu or five a day Y with a full

normal dav's nay. and loneer nald

TBuauun (2e navs or ?o navs a

year) lor workers in atomie tetl-
VlriPS.' ; t

Tht's not charity the Soviets

oracticp, iven at home! Thev

anow mar ine land waose -work

ers ronouef" the oeacefiil atom

nd it invisible rays -will outlast

wwTNh- to fW.mTrME BANA

NA COWBOY, it "is urtderstad urtderstad-able
able urtderstad-able that I should have read and
re-read the f column in The Ha-

vana Post oh. Sunday,- -jn- wmer
Drew Pearson attempted to con convert
vert convert the United Fruit Company

Into a bonfire.
At t.h -outset, let the recot

show that Ure Pearson Is a per

sonal, friend of. mine. i nv
irtinw him since 1937 .nd hav

tMa;tdo-hPst reazd for his ioUr

nlllBtic ability,: well as his tn(

tporitv Ke has some amazim

soiiirces'oiJnformation a 41

maintains aJvery.Til.tbfftunf
averagexfronv theJpoint ..oftwliw
of aCcriracy.THls time? however,
he seeml tb have strafe out,

Mr. Pearson apoeara-to we
dim view of th facttjhat Bresir;

dent Eisenhower's personalasecr

rafarrr. AtltJ WMtmanM tn Wlie-

of Ed Whitman, the United!
Comnany', director f public rep
iomi. SHnhWj because shtt w

married M,P
wan named c?.Wriltmftn (Wrw
mer banana Cowboy and lso a
croo-1 friend ol mine should-Mrs.
Whltmarf be1 fwee- omnHt
ir. Vip nnhlip. nlaza?

Are all f this constitutional
and-otherprovisions as to equal
rights and equality and the in innocence
nocence innocence of rav, person of wtbng! wtbng!-i.Hi
i.Hi wtbng!-i.Hi Ka tir she has been

woven f uilty.sso much busharah?

cwnuiri it. nnii oe neoessij

prove that, there, have beei Vr
regularities committed by Mrs.
tiThimdn hofnre "nlfiadows offel-

nprformanee are1 allowed

l foil orrnss hem riath? Ahd

bu j.a - I 1

ouite apart irom tne provisiuno

th law u it. I air TJiay u

ease hookworer -other ; body

eral connition or poverty na:uuu

dp.nomishinent:w

i,,iwii".-- L..i.

GraduaHT. therea wa-sanij ..PpMnh.1w

i.,.

bv RCA&VICTOM

the .Otherf.

AV-if

'Sa For thc Best 1 jW,

in news and entertainment
HOG -YC N

840 PANAMA! 1090 COLON

v.
'

''I W' JA

When the United rnilt Com

pany arrived, It paid usually a-

doui tnree times .what the na natives
tives natives had been accustomed to re

ceiving from their own country,
men. This was no effort to make
off with someone else's laborers.
The Fruit Company was In a po position
sition position to Import Its own labor, as
we did from Nicaragua whence
we brought many hundreds of
former? followers of Augusto Ce Cesar
sar Cesar Sandino. They were excellent
axemen, but every pay day, they
loaded up on "white mule" and

two or three or half a dozen

were killed In machete fights.

just for fun. ,

kirTh United Exalt company r 4.
laiized that no human; belne

jeotrld' possibly live on "triff wsgeff

Deng naw oythe local emnlov-

Ts. whicU resulted iri. th vmfk.'l

i? Where were the-XFL a"nd thl

CJOantf Mr.Born.aktth ithos

"'1V; 11 hfliv company was. turning- tnentor

tnar

front the truth W We Js
criticism of that character less
deserved,"

Tlmea being, the way Jthey are,
M f iitdsa lot of ftlledin Hearts
end jdhhny-comljatery fellahs
endeavoring to acquire epu,ta4

tion irethe roie oi; saviour oi mo
working class, especially Inirela
tlvely new fields 'like Isolated a

reas of Latin Atenc.-1 was

there when4the fojng wa reaiiy
tough and 1 didn travP first
class by de luxe airline like' AFL-

CIO'S Mr. RpmuaMI, out on mm
batk; tnd on footr-'And or occa occasions
sions occasions when I wasbwn with ma

laria and, dysentery.-i war wav
bed bn'mer!-ff

16 Tne TOie-Ton -riir-w"r,1J'

st!aSehfet.eutav

sat

aat'tfrohlfp' utWhe.

KtrtK TanamirStt bort

leydrameo tne-swamos, KUKnije, th. unltartciYiiit. nrtrmiiaTi-

jnosoyitoes, treated me nun-rte t,

reds' of suffering natives. lorr.. nri,ii..-.-.)i.iviw.

TB

he

ests and swamps into olanta

tlonsx and'-bTlnIng healtrF ahd

ness? a .

their1 yarious ailments, in many
case thuiymgfthem frOrti anj

earl4 deth. TD06tors arilvM ana

liVed iri'nianacca shacks niw,tne

rest of us: xceo In the settle

ments. And. after -Che-doctors
pome hosnitals and nurses and

then schools 'm laygrownds
forHhe childrtif.4 e!
When I first We ttf&cuttqul,
I wa shocked atlttoe mpnearanoe
of some of the peoittvih. in
the isolated areaav TH6y were ja
yellowish grey lrt colotj with m.
low bloodshot eves,' iattff physl
call they resembled Mamething
which had beerl'aed''from
one of the NazisttonCTntratioh

eainns. M-t&iiGb "mw

All of that chan?ed,Iwitrt. the

advent of the Uniteds.rultiCO.
The inatlves were vttonitwork

nlanting banana famat where.

nreslousiy there Jtiafl Deewaiotn

ing.but virgin Jungle, or ithey
were encouraged to plant thek

own nanana-raxms, tne comparer,
advancing them money and ccrf ccrf-tracttog
tracttog ccrf-tracttog ,to buy their entUe
croo. - 5 I

M the United. Fruit Company

mad" ) any ; enemies,: ..elthee,Jh
Chirlqui or other areas where 11
have seen it operating through throughout
out throughout the entire. .Central) America,
an in the Pepubllc of Colon
biaAt was among the big land landholders.
holders. landholders. They jresanted the high
wages paid by the; Amerlcatn

concern from Boston, mosi oi
these landholders ran theirs owpj
plantations as if they were ooer
atlrlg orler thp feudal system.
They treated .their ;uneducate4
countrymen as if 4 they were
beasts of burden, animals of the
lowest order. ,su -l 4'l
' Unon the approach-of the
reat man. or hi wife or any
member of the family, workers
stooped what they were doing.

removed m their hats and stood

and show hlttuthe cntmoioit Wu

panat Jarntj cAlleffo Majafttt

which is the house that" Scott

built ;-f

mmm, n j 7,

Deer Frbnds: t

i .. .... --f ,! ;', t f
At lv am-oohtinuinj; to make.
s f. r
improvements iri my service to
y oil, I'll have to suspend alec-
Vv ,'.! i ; "Jv
"trical -aervicia- orx. Saturday,

boeember,C at the 'letlowing
i. t s vk- L
4 -areas: '-- f

0$

H0Ua3:30iKir&3j-a.iii.

iJQS

- SCsniiio'cl'

.Um '. .a4 tier ntp r Mti' '"
'fW

! '1 te st,f jt.y, 4 fjf) Ceeweidd eee iettieiei j

souare dealing to blacken a

.a nhornfter M-innuenaur. .

OV'l J

Knowing Drew peaT.scui i n--am
Rhsolntelv convinced tat

be believes his sources to be Te Tellable,
llable, Tellable, but In the case under re review,.!
view,.! review,.! think his informants

dealt ilm a cara irom uw wr
tom of the deck to inture the
Whitmans and to cast doubt on

the integrity oi Fresioen sei,-

hower. :

All Of thaLJJOwevpr unTjoiixj;

as it tnav bet the Frennem, 01
the United Wtes and Mrs,
Wrdtrnw ottlV one Incident or
facet f thttral chatee tht
the UniteiFrultl CHrnoaw's 'ha;
nan" dinlomac,'r'3. is costmo trtf

United States Irjenastin venwiu

Seraf mo Romuaini. tne a
nm annkesman rm JpterrArrn-

mn Affoirs:; rotestd to vKf

BMiMAnt Mlron th t v Unlteo

arulfa "dtvme ana nut -m
.naTiti-ni r Amertca 1 a imalor

.mu f the e-rowln" pnti-Amr

lean feeling soutn or tne nruii.

IikI Mr.. ?erson ten now. r"-i-

irierit: TCisehower t. vi i e a e i v

brushed VWtV thesf and other

dbargen aaios'; xiruiR" t
adds that nhf 'office of Ann.
Whitonan!s husbnd Immediately-,
Issued a trli'mt,nt statement
nroclalmln tt President' : re

marks. W. Fearson ro"r.iu'ic!i
v rot.in that o. Pente FnrelTt

Relations fub.Commlttee hd-

ed by Pen. wayne Morse, wyi ok
restlgatew the, 'charge galnst
United Fruit. Mi- ;
I apeak not to disprove what
Brutus spoke, out here J m to
speak What 1 do know. WhaM
mean ia that I have a few cities

with respect to the United Fruit

Company, aM wnen i apeax, i
speak from "ihy own -oersonal
knowWdge and exoerlence...

, i When it come, w tne proposi-rrhe5 l95 .BrtUsh Frehch

tloo of the United Fruit Compa- campaign ia the Suez Canal

SPACE; IFKEDOMITER

ST.

LOUIS (UPI)pace trav

elers will be able to tell how fast

they .are traveling with a space
chip speedometer developed by a.
St. Loula firm. The device, devel-

oped by Missouri Research Lab Labor
or Labor a. ories. Inc.. wilt .'bounce" ra

dio .signals off objects In space

and fecord the return signals pn

i)isstocixtib ''4' ? fw
!lXNDON"(UPI). The foreign
office u yesterday officially disas

sociated ; Itself from journalitl
Randolph ChurchiU's book "Sues"
a play by play account jfl

tne5 i85 .iwiHsn French israt

ki M n taaktw IL aJI

' -i. p,f ",zr t

4rr
m

s
f
'

-A
. ,' .J,
a:

. -i i "TTIivel blocks
' a i Music C16cks
, Ballerina 'Clocks
Frpm Mexico

",Vv Tea aefe, Trays. Centers

Bort Bons, "Ashtray r
, All Stealing
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; i Civil; Rights Commission To Hear? Negro : Voting Complaints

. v f-v.,; MONTGOMERY Alai Deer. 5 UPI) -w'Th Civil j Right 'Commission today AmA expected to issue mora
subpoenal fn Jaivanca of a. meeting heri Monday Into co mplaint ; Negroes; were'- denied voting rights. Subpenas
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- k Member. of the eommissiott, One member of the slx-mm 1 rro. ?' Ifice in Little iCock. It vUl (to to

CAR XALIS INCREASE

BUDAPEST '"CUPlKSungerUn
newspapers i have reported a
steady increas In m iir

here The atatf -owned "Autoker,"

iiy nsea man in town; Uai 'been
SellinK 8 to 10 uied rr Amite

t .wices ranging from 1700 to
$2,400, it -was reported. ..

tO RETURN MONEY

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) John
Conte, master of ceremonies- of
the defunct television show "Mat "Matinee
inee "Matinee t Theater, 'V has said $312670
is being returned to "persons who
contributed the" money to revive
the program. Conte said the cam campaign
paign campaign felT far short-of th one1

'millioa i dollar ipal.i ?: v

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-'by'RCAVICTOR:':

' ind 'its suit Jiave: oeen unaoie
to find unsegregated accommo accommo-'
' accommo-' datlons In Montgomery, and will
be housed at Maxwell Ale Force

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commission, former Asst. Sec

retary of Labor J. Ernest Wil Wil-klns,
klns, Wil-klns, la a Nerre. One member

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we win Temain open
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& 20th St
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A commission spokesman In

Washington declined, to be spe-

ciilc 'about tne a e ev sations.
mostly against registrars.' Such

complain js are conudentiar and
some persons' "perspnal "welfare
might be at stake." 'J
: Vice Chairman. Robert "G. Sto

rey, dean of Southern Methodist
University; has been designated

as emer interrogator. J
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ed their mission was strictly

"factfinding." There win.. be

questions. they said ''but no

cross-exammauon. r? v. t --r

The plan is to start the hear

lng promptly at if a m. and re

cess At noon for a two-hour
lunch. The session will then re resume,
sume, resume, again at 2 p.m. Sources ex expect
pect expect the hearing to runabout
three days.

Tne nearuic;. was precinitat precinitat-ed
ed precinitat-ed by refusal of local officials
to turn over voting records In
Maeon ; County, Ala., home of,
Tuskegee Institute. They -were
instrnqteit by Gov.-elect Johnc
Patterson, -new state attorney
general, not to glre np the rec records.
ords. records.
Patterson? was reported "too

tied up" to talk to newsmen. A
spokesman in his office said

Patterson ."probably would not
make any comments'' -until after
the commission hearings," hearings,"-Meanwhile
Meanwhile hearings,"-Meanwhile the' long a awaited'

mandate from the U.S. Eighth

Circuit Court of Appeals in St.

Louis prohibiting the Little Rock
School Board from leasing- the
city's four closed high schools

for private, segregated use,' ar

rived in jwrae kcok. ., k
The mandate, mistakenly sent

to the' UJ3. District Cpurt olerk
In Twarkana, Ark., was received
at the Federal district clerk' 0f-

Federal Judge John I. Miller at

von smitn. auk., ior action. -The
mandate confirms an or
der of the eourt Issued Nov., II
prohibiting the Little Rock
School Board from leasing
'property to any organisation
or eprsons for carrying on aeg aeg-regated
regated aeg-regated schools.

' The mandate' enjoins the

school board from engaging in

anv other act deslened to lm

nede: thwart or frustrate exectt-

Uon of integration or Little hock

schools. )
However, little Rockyna ho

school : board since five of the

six-member Vroun lesignea Nov,

14 and fired ffdhool Superinten

dent -Virgil 'T: Blossom at Jhe

same time.- i

The five board members ana

JJossom had been under Contnv
ous attack from Gov. Orval
Faubus and segregationists since
the racial crisis at Central High

School in SeDtember or 1957.

A new schol boara ,wiu oe

elected 'Dec. In the annua

school board election.

The city's lour pnbne hlglt
schools -were not allowed to
open this term by Faubos. He
kept ( them elosed to prevent
eonrt-ordered integration. k

The mandata provides that the

school boara "shall take such

affirmative step as the said dis

trict court may hereafter direct

to lacuitate ana accompusn in

tegratloh of the Little Rock
school district in accordance

with the court's prior orders,"

Judge Miller said he would

hold hearings in Little Rock "be "before
fore "before 'the, Christmas holidays" on

the order to open and integrate

the city's high schools. He with withheld
held withheld further, comment until Jhe

gets the mandate.

Chanuka h To Be Observed

'AfcKol Shearith Israel

Woodrow de Castro, president

of Kol Shearith Israel, has an-

nouncefl mat special-- cnanuican

services will be held at the Temple
everv night 1 from tomorrow I

through Dee,i3 at .m.

This short candlelufhtrnff cele

bration will take, place-at Temole

Kol Shearish Israel,-which ia. lo

cated at the. corner of 36th St. and

Cuba Ave'. '-..'. T iSZTTZ. v.-l' .-'Z

, The .eightay, Jewish WUrt'HZEr
which. commemorates C history's H:'11U iP1PnM' 1

first itrufide for relieioiia lihprtv

begins t sundowK, .tomorrow.

Originating about 365 ar h.

fore the Christian era, Chanukah,

"trai means aeaicauon, marcs
the victory, of the ancient, Judeans
overthe huge Grecian army which
sought to i impose idolatry upon
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Books of the Maccabees, came af after
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With' -victory. 'Mi...KM..

cleansed the temole in Jernalm

of idols and rededicated it to 10

tne weal of monotheism' which, al almost
most almost two centuries later, was to

give rnnn to unnsuamty. It is for

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nukah is hailed both in the hnm

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" ui mese marie tne

tempie devotions. In the hnm th.

Chanukah candelabrum i lit fAi

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are exchanged and 'also. earmark earmark-ed
ed earmark-ed for the poor.
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lucuwBu, aa nine noiaers. on

en mgntr an additional taper is
lit. signifying the added strength

wuii-ii comes in uiobh wha arm .n

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and Leo Gordon are started in the pictnre, filmed In Cine- 1
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i inr tomorrow nieht to music
5 Bill JiicUm and his Rhythm
. The iM.WO buiiams c ea on
the Ssbsniifiload wasTiaaugurtt-
ad Sunday afternoon. Win. Aunin-
ef of Public Worts Konerro uopn
Fahrea cutting t h tridHionsl
rihhon. 'f
Panama Gov. Jose Cjir Es Es-cats
cats Es-cats headed the group of approxi approxi-maufr
maufr approxi-maufr 150 niests and represents-
Hv hi 'hn lodses who attend-
uA!.h' hrt two orevwusiT oosi-
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aHrti th Ininffin-ition was a "com
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membeti nt the -twortalges: twJ
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Admissionjjrkes for .tDinorrow
night's Inaugural flance: hava been
set at $1 for hmb and -25-jcents
for women. T'i'i.-'l,
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has a capacity .of 500., The' ground
floor will nr used for commercial
establishments." " T ; "J
ORDERS WTUHN .'"J
LANSING, Mich. (tPI) r-i G6v.
G. Mennen Williams -' yesterday,
ordered the return of John, Guns Guns-ca
ca Guns-ca to Wisconsin "to face assault
charges stemmiaf from a fight in
1954 during the 4V4-year-old strike
against the Kohler Co. '.Williams
announced Je had issued', war warrant
rant warrant for the turn of the former
United Auto Workers Union or organizer
ganizer organizer -froar Sheboygan:': tWis.
Sta'e -polic quickly took, Gunaca
into custody. '
lTODAy.DlCANTO-35
Kirk Douglas Tony uunis
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"THE VIKINGS"
Lisa Davis in
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ONSTAGE. OFFSTAGE iinc
UPSTAGE; The chemise, the tra I
peie aiid bow the fopire Jloo5c,i
So ihow do you think, rioliywoouj!
making fiHeftW be seen month
from now, isTteeping up with toff
dsys tnii lashion :, wlurl? 4 p
; Well, I know one lwsy the. way
Jean Hieen and Walt Disney dou-
jlle-crossed' the Paris pin-cushion
set fw a i just-completed ? movi
not Que for release until 1959. !.
v Bather imple,rea,il Jean told
me.as.sneiauguea: ,-,
t VI just : wore-py last Vear
dresses so tney wui iook ai rignt
next year."
And thst, I hope, is pew hop
for "hu'soands reporting i only one
hnale fashion note: for tbis sea-
jDBr-litue : change ,1a. pockets.
"THE FILMj, "The Shaggy Dog,'
a sooof of shaggy- Joe stories:
his 1 Jean squirming when friend
ask .her -ma plot, one piays me
mother of a 16-y ear-old boy who
discovers he aav turns himself in
to a dog. Jean retired; two years
ago as Da miT Thomas' TV wife
because she was bored with play
ina a mother lovery week but
this, she says, is a little diirerent
fit's a slight' switch. I've nevcti
played, tte mother of a .dog oe oe-lore
lore oe-lore And really, I'm not 'mother
ly,' it's sort of cmy, yo u n g
Bfllie Burke role." t
IN6RID BERGMAN is letUng
down all of her hair in Paris to
her one time Hollywood press a
gent, Josephteelfci He's writing
"The Ingrid BergmaV Story," a
Biokrachsis M' for'ttuDlication in
the spring, v Marilyij. Monroe's;
armost-weiow-see level DacKiess
eveninr-Mwri; as the -tand sine
er in. ''Some Like, Jt,Hoi." has Di-J
rector Billy Wilder "fronting fori
herr Tsn. ; catting .ter's off above:
the waist in mostthe: scenes.
I don't want to give the people
too much foTtr." inovlesre get
tiflk rtdef in theaters,, too. Al Joi
son's famed 31-year-old "The Jazz
Singer? is due. foe-tissue along1
withTa 1937-Wsidn of "Unci e
4ToWa t Cibiih rThe Jolson film
LLyinctiei tflf "taia$ie craze.
NOW WOULDN'T you know
fefrJyuuirbe ()meUaif-pulUng
mixed up '"'With'' Cara -Williams'
treat "UHomi CtttsT Instead ol
headline honors in -"The 'Defiant
- .n .--twhiU hnVihv Jhn Rr.
pull erstwhile hubby John
ry more 4tfa 'jwir.'Shy almost
snatched her agent baldheaded,
in an areument over what he
hadn't done, for Nher .teiJ)cr.Then
sha-fiten. him and went, out ana
landgd ae leerelf. ?
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hata"
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gettuiit a Jitue ''ridiculous: 'Now;
theater wiiers"and Hollywood are!
having a headache over the prob
lem of why they have so many
ftetdacBes. I
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Servce Center Theatres
TO ff f G H T
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Cornel Wflde Jim Davis
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DIABLO UTS. "' ::)M
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Etchika Choureai
. "DARBY'S RANGERS"!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m. I
"FIRE OVER AFRICA"
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Ben Johnson Jan Harrison
"FORT BOWIE"
Tom Ewell Mickey Hooney
"A NICE LITTLE BANK"
In Cinemascope!
MARGARITA 7:00
ana Andrews, Linda Darnell
i "ZERO HOUR
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Owl Show 10:30 am.
Jesse James vs. The Pattows"!
PARAISO x 7:00
M3iint Walker
Virginia Mayo
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Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
. "BREAKTHROUGH"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
, Walter Pidgeon 1
?vAnne Francis
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Leslie Caron
Maurice Chevalier
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VhnI; ptoffipteau- Ken ingtuna;
president of -the.; Screen -Writers
Gilii,"o-rsnap to -Dailr VaneSy:
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pKturer. ;n ft -v s 'j t -r
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gapsn3i.'i Aaan'fr seen 'them, for
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Boad,f oouU ba his biggest
era. v mwperuy -note rom -La
VegMircGajniiag .up voes. cent
over lasi -yeax iiut an 'Sands
uen i4arun.Js -flipping
14s vgasr has, instant ffoOee,
and instanUpovrtyfc':;
flolly wood- .bitl rAwer. J 4i h
Crjwfoxd,wffl play George-Wash-
lngton. at, 100. mevie,,vaohn .Paul
lanes' Crawford doein't.lnnlt lik
Washington; so ho plays.thi en
tire role wuh,his back -io. the. cam
era. But HoUywockLis-JHollywood,
you saflpw,ana ,pe.,jiinys press a-
eent assured' mi-
n -t 'vo vj,
Debbie File j Suit
Oilitiallv-Sevta
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ivfUsrW fraYe JAi4 .desperation ande ande-ririlflR
ririlflR ande-ririlflR '.. ing .too1. intense. .Ymu' rhit

LOS ANGELES (UflJx-Debie,
to Eddie ilsher explpdeci aftexhej
lourea ew Yorx Distros with Sul Sultry
try Sultry Elitabeth Taylor, filtd uit
for divorrt, iryesterday, fehHrging
the singesvwith extaemei arueky
Debbie asked for custody of
their two children, Carrj, 2, 'and
Todd -Emanuel, irMntBi.-iikd
for "reasonable ."and !lub8tahflal
support and maintenanPe Sf plaih-'
tiff -aiidr minor sehiidremnK' r
hr'attonieygwFraokal!Seii'It
said agreemenr had not been
reached-, m a, isroperiy settlement.
: .VToe'bdfidvivaiaJ''Sireated!
plin)qtifrw ektrema icarueIiW!
hasVwf ongfujiy inflictB od flajfn
jm grvousf mntaijpcutferiBK
the complaint red."jSi &m'l
Fisher'sttorijey, Mjystjn Gaog.
saTd-S Ve hid hoped she wouid
settlement is "proceedinfltt nor-:
mal pace." j
The--J'divorce ; action endfed; .a
maMfcge ht -began1, oil SeEt
iBor'.;i.ii-. f.i.zaf.' r-ir?TjijI
vows id" the Gross
of Mtr. Elaine Grossi
Fishwr" aSaiDebbfifr said then' that
they planned to have six children
anq-nexpivDe -apart."-
Intimates of thfe coudIb had de
scribed th -marrLBe "rwrffen'l",
untii vea'rlier -this, tall when Fisher
iunketed'tfl- New York -with. the
recently widpwed Miss Taylor, and
squired ner to various nightclubs
While-JZffcbifi' kept jtho home fires
oimimg on toe vesi, loast,
"Fisher, was, best, man 'at -Miss
nylorVwedding :o,the late Mike
Todd. He and .Debbie .had rushed
td: Miss Taylor's side, wfcea .Todd
was killed, in an 'airolana-A crash
,w?f M?d ,. n "kPlan- crash
Seitonmr .h.e,tttioyed out,-f their
ansiMattakhBOuhped
areavmgL. a misundersundiMi?
last. K
re"Ti'av1ng''.ia misundetswndiagj"
dfifeiljhaglanfprous,, Misi Tayior,
frently vnd bastwicft; hold
LOS ANGELES HJPI) Slisar.
beth .Frances Todd, .15-ionth -old
daujgpter- of. acwess jiwtetb Tay Tay-lor
lor Tay-lor and. her. ihirdbusband, ihe,lt
Mj)ce,-TocUl'! has ieem' .'rjeleasea
from tlCLA -JJedicWrtCenterr' wheee
the had been imdef treatment fw
pennmonia. The child was taken
larsiSlIaSeH'!s
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If? Sir!:; (Lc2vs$: r
''''IrOLLYWOob UPl'Lauren,
Bacall ii .puulng up stakes, leav-
)Dt movteiand perhaps tor.
keeps "because Vl have e? life
herojajynww.'if?
Humphrey ..Bogart w says she is
starting new life, free of .' the
griefs and" Keif-imposel f TSolitude
rhe'tias uhdergohe during the two
yeari since Bogey's death! "Sha Is
going w London to make "a movie
tn theh wiU settle tn iSew York:
"fMy iearire-ufe hastsnanged in
the past couple of; immthi,"' she
not' laying Portia Faces
Lie,r.r xtb '.strJceiT widow.H
linever v hive. Jiogey always m told
m'-not.toreUve.bo. past that
ootftwig, good -coww come Jrom it.
Aorf he, was .sight. He was alwava
.Xa,uren Joungei in rlhe; Jiving
ropjn, of her jented ioma.,jjnok-
holder.! She y teemed irrifjff at
FtvingwMtoOw. yetzs.;t(trihn
.afreshi Her, blue eyes", snanRe
wJHt itemnt..
1 Therfi are no nienienfoes n. -'tne
hdiise. to 'rertind her of Bogarl.
notert n oitfhire b'"! !ate ic ic-tor?
tor? ic-tor? Nor doea she wear the 1race 1race-KefwHh
KefwHh 1race-KefwHh whitle',t.ar"p.oft
barv'Ber;fonowr rhei tlfsf film
oferher; i'Tde Have-? Land Have
, r"Of fcourse"! tareirV forgotten
F" .ffMmt"ET ; rauren" r-ijaM
fHow.-ou1d If": ff
fWe "ad 'awodderful -life to-
eeuer.'rit was1. fme.-. sKjod'Tifo
and I anv trytixo-itnlntaitt that
mmm ttP- myseif and the-t:hu-
wi -didn't have ia vwr SW1itJ
attitude lor th past-two yara-e-i
cause of,-n:eBrmoHi hartge--in
raxlife. ,ls,couldn't, .get y
rnuiking straightened out. Myj
".uasmeni was Clouded, and
hecame A-noUung lor 4 white.
ineve. M nothing jess. U
leaves youa nd go 'does youf jdi2
mi v
direction myhfe"- 1
wnat wrought the sudden about
rpundines?
A-lfc M.hgDByl Kn .-m fc.wtfA
teektour rtoofc to Europe,? Hid
eXOlained.A ,ll diimnier tk.. Jl
hole. bii iworWAOut there fiUed
Jll vho.,ljve aometWns
j. ininK. xnow l can
j DlTBUMp Dec. (BPirapoHai
ui-.uwqjBjrwmemg were
rus,hd to-ihe Curragh internment
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amp early today to quell a riot
hat broke out among prisoners
fflfrom Tuesday's mass break-
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J.ne mternees, members of the
uUawed Irish Renuhi(.nl
tifl" to their wooden hutv iaat
wu.) in. new move, of defiance.
A general Sl1t frae mmitiAaA
thetBearby military barracks and
ft. the Curragh ysokf, 4he raisin
farrison of the Irish army.
i Tension hung; over the' bleak
Jamp, as the search-for the 14
hnssint men who escaped Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday continued. jDnly two of the 'fi
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tttt F ANAMA AMERICAN AN lNb&fNl)EN UA1LX AEYisFAraJaV

Avionco Observes 39th Year,
With NMBzJicket: Office'

Today Avianca, on waest ir ir-.
. ir-. line in the Americas,;' celebrates

the, 39ta anniversary of its found
During the' past 39 yeari Avian

ea has tarried '9,569.052 passeng

er a .f nine afcd one half timet' the

population of Panama), for l,i2t,
512 r hours (139 vearsl. over 164.

i' 568.010 miles, and total car to of

3.336.578.207.1 1U. :

A sood comparison of the extent
to which the world famous serv-

ict or. Avianca nas oeen expand expanded
ed expanded can be seen by a comparison
of passenger, and cargo -loads car car-'
' car-' ried In the year after its founda foundation"
tion" foundation" (1920) and last year. In 1920.

3 Bours of flight were completed,
13 passengers were carried over
Jf i i a ... 1 .am Ik.

f earco transported, v i. n

While in 1958, Avianca complete

m M.915 Adurs of nieht, carrying

1.053,135 passengers pver a dis-i

tanct :: of 14,843.969 miles V and

transported 343,729,036.2 i lbs. of

cargo; TMs increase is the result

of constant efforts; to,. improve
terlee,j noN only i equipment
and operational facilities,: tout aU
aa in flleht and on the eround.

. Avianca's persistant efforts to

give' the travelling public the fin finest
est finest in iflying service, was instru instrumental
mental instrumental in setting the Civil Aero-'

ftautics Commissions of Colombia

ana uu unitea states to auinonze
Avianta to handle "complete test

ing, servicing and repair mainten mainten-'
' mainten-' ance and service, of the largest

four-engine propeller, driven air

craft now flying. kr distinction in

South. America which is enjoyed
by no other airline. J. -7 -.
Avianca1 today ot nly -carries

passengers -and cargo, but is au

thorized to '.handle the air .' mail

and special 'delivery services mi

Colombia Another tribute to their
record of safe, efficient handling
of all air transportt $v-s
As Avianoa celebrstes iU ; 39th
birthday the total personnel of A A-vianca
vianca A-vianca numbers 5,200, of which
some 940 work in' the traffic and
sales department nd 2,000 maint maintenance
enance maintenance personnel; while it's r&st-

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f CHESTER, Pa., Dec. 5 "(UPJ) "(UPJ)-Danny
Danny "(UPJ)-Danny Murtaugh, manager of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, suffered slight

injuries early today in an auto

mobile-taxi' collision at an inter

OfheV peppery 41-year-old .Mur .Murtaugh'
taugh' .Murtaugh' suffered bruises of the head
and richt knee.; He was released

after treatment at Chester 'howi-

Wk-i .t 1 ""''
. Murtaugh wii enroute to (his
home in Woodlyn, Pa., when !ne
taxi in whkh he was riding was
spun around and slammed': into
two parked cars in the collision.

H had hoarded the cab at the

Pennsylvania :r ailrosd, ), station in

WHmington, Del. '',"

The taxi, driven by wpnam
Thompson Jr.; 30, Wilmington.

collided with 'a car Operated' by

William J, O'Connell, 28, Chester.

v Murtaugh, who piloted, the Pir

ates to second place m the JJation JJation-al
al JJation-al league was named TUnited

Press International 'manager ot

the .year for ,1958. t t
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Socialist Mollet

Shapes Up To Lead;

French Opposition

PARIS. Dec. 3 (UPI)-Soclahst

nartv leader" Guy Mollet, : once

Premier Charles de Gaulle's right

hand man.' shaped' up today as

leader of" the- first parliamentary

opposition party of the Filth Re
nublic. """"" '" -.:;-'"

.Mollet lntiiiated in a speecn to
a Socialist convention at suburban

Issy-les-Moulineaux yesterday that

it was "extremely uniiKeiy tne

Socialists would take part in the

nextFreneh government.
His speech surprised observers

who had felt the Socialists might
be called into a Coalition ministry
which-wauld leave the tiny 10 man
Communist group as the only op

position, the. pew; National as
semblv.' u 4

Baraias. airport, where the weathiMoltei'a, .declaration 'ippearedto

er was so oaa tnai ootn : Aviaco
and Iberia, Spain's major' airline,
were forced to cancel flights. ;r
At 6:15' it radioed ; from Sala Sala-manca.
manca. Sala-manca. about 100 air miles to the

west, that it was en route and all

was well. That was the last word
heard from the plane, r f..-:,j
The plane's fuel would 3 a y e
been exhausted v by at p.m. ''

Company officials presumeanne
plane had crashed, possibly in the

rugged sparsely populated Credos
mountains ..that stretch between

Madrid, and. Salamanca."

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Mountaineers Search

For Pkn'Dovrasd

On Madrid Flight

MADRID,' Dec. 5 (UPI)-Mount-aineers
searched today for signs

of a Spanish airliner with 21 pew

sons aboard which disappeared on
a scheduled flight yesterday and
was presumed to nave crashed.
The plane, "a pre-war, four en en-gined
gined en-gined Languedoc belonging to
Spain's 'Aviaco' airline;.; failed ? to
complete its flight from Vigo, a
port city on the Atlantic coast, to
if adrid-in a rainstorm. v;
The plana left Vigo withMS pas passengers
sengers passengers and five crewmen at 4:40
p.m., nearly ; two hours behind
schedule. It was delayed, by hea

vy etims wiuus. -ij, y

v naaria s

Its destination

was

er of flying personnel : numbers:
123 pilots, 120 co-pilots, 22 flight
engineers, and four navigators.
Just this week,: Avianca .opened
to new ticket office in Panama Ci City,
ty, City, oh fourth, of July Avenue and

CaHe : 5Rochet,Vto offer complete

sales 'and reservations services to

residents of Panama and the Can

al Zone; An innovation- in Pana Panama
ma Panama is that lostumers receive serv service
ice service seated at a desk for planning

their flights,:; -V; a
Avianca has also -enlafaedi and

argumeated, rU .; services ton the

public- at Tocumen airport where

they sow have their own xheck-ln
counter tand private air, condition-

ea waiting room. ,.s

i.'

Danny Murlaugh

111 (rash

indicate, however, that the Social Social-ms.
ms. Social-ms. feel the nation will be better
served ty! an Assembly .with a
constructive parliamentary opposi opposition.
tion. opposition. It did not. show 'change in
Socialisti opinion towards De

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LONDON1 (UPI)-Hunters in the
Soviet 'virgin ,land'' province of
Kazakhstan hav been given li licenses
censes licenses to. shoot 00,000 antelopes
this winter; Moscow' Radio said
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Currier, Douglas Smith, .Steven Pratt,-,Norman Currier, Jerry Arnold and Mrs. Glenna Smith. In:the back row are George Kredell,
James HOtsko, Butch Levin and Kenneth; Garden Pack officers are F. Karpinski, George Krell and Mrs. Florence Paris. Others
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Dramalic Club
To Stage Mock
Trial Tuesday
Amock trial will be staged by

the Atlantic Dramatic Club under

the sponsorship of .the Retired

Men- Society Mo. 1 at tne Banana
Stevedore hall, Colon e p;m.
This stage performance will be
the "trial of Higgel Bludrun for
the murder of his wife Munchefla"
A bitter verbal battle will be heard

between the "prosecuting attor

ney Kaymona mgman' ami ne-

fense attorney" John Haddock,
In addition to; the; two attorneys
the cast will b '.''.:made up 'with

Lambert Hurtherf as-5 "Chief Jus;

tiee, John wehber as 'Chief of
Police," Johnie $uicksite as "De-

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foot Fancy-foot the "Doctor," J. W. Evans
as -the "MarshaU" Phillip Bjm Bjm-hill
hill Bjm-hill a.s "Private .PoUce No, If
"Jim6o" the son of the defendant
and the deceased, Thomas Hall the
"Watchman for the Estate" where

the dered body was found, Jp
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fendartt and several witnesses for

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. FORT CLAYTON OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB
HAS FESTIVE .CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON -v-
!t The festive spirit of the Christmas season was the central
Itemo of the Inncheon of the Fort Clayton Of floors WWes Qua,;
ivea this week at the Clayton Officers' Club.
,t Arttstie centerpieces depicting Christmas scenes were nse
. to decorate Individual tables, which were laid with, green cloths
and told accessories. -. f
Hostesses for the occasion were the wives of the Fourth Gun
?attalion, Mrs. Wendell F. Know,les, chairman.
Music for the sherry hour was provided by Mrs. Ma Turner

At the organ.
'.
Honored guests introduced ay
club president Mrs. Russell Hech Hech-inger
inger Hech-inger included Mrs. Ridgley Gartn Gartner,
er, Gartner, i wife of the commander in
chief, Caribbean Command; Mrs.
Charles L. Dasher, wife of' the
deputy commanding general, U.S.
Army Caribbean; Mrs.' George F.
Schlatter, wife of the assistant
chjef of staff, J-3 Section, Carib
bean Command; Mrs. J. Moore,
wife of the post commander, Fori
Amador; Mrs. Ralph A. Jones,
wife of the post commander, Fort
Kobbe; Mrs. John D. Coney, wife
of the post commander, Fort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; Mrs. Hugh Osborne, wife of
the inspector general, U.S. Army
Caribbean; and Mrs. Alvie L. Mc Mc-Duff,
Duff, Mc-Duff, president of the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Wives Club.
- Other luncheon guests were Mrs.
Robert Hyatt, daughter of Maj.
Gen. and Mrs. Dasher, Mrs. Wil William
liam William Santiago, Mrs. Frank Shin,
Mrs. Walter Skeistatis, Mrs. James
Smits, Mrs. Russ Kuttler, Mrs.
Spurgeon Lester, Mrs. Jesse Lant,
Mrs. Alvin Meyers, Mrs. James
Eler, Mrs. S. P. Wilds, Mrs. C. W.
Jagoe, Mrs. Benjamin Taylor, Mrs.

James H. Dickson, Mrs. Miles
Bergenhemier, Mrs. T. H. Bar

field, Mrs. E. W. Emerson and

Mrs. James Angeles.
Mrs. L. F. Wilson announced
the slate of proposed new officers
to be voted upon at the coffee
meeting January 6. The group in
eludes Mrs. Richard Dowell for
president; Mrs. Alfred Bonniwell,
vice president; Mrs. Irving Shep-

hard, secretary; Mrs. Albert Di-

Mattero. vice-secretary; Mrs. Bil

ly Adair, treasurer; Mrs. Thomas.

Broadhurst, vice-treasurer.
- Mrs. Percy Laming presented
certificates of appreciation to the

officers' wives who participated.

in the Fort Clayton summer re
creation program. Winner of the
door prize wis Mrs. Billy Adair.
The meeting closed with group
singing of Christmas carols.

Rainbow Girl Plan
Cakewalk, Variety Shew
Beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday,
members of the Order of Rainbow
for Girls, Pedro Miguel Assembly
Three, will have a Cakewalk and

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Variety show at the Aneon Mason

ic Temple.
Entertainment will be nrovided

for guests e 4 ages. "u.

Medical Gratia Plans

Patty Tomorrow Night

a social event oi tomorrow eva-

ing will be a dinner-dance given

y ehe Medical Association of the

Isthmian Canal Zone at the Fort

Amador Officers Open Mess.

Cocktails: wia be served from 7

to 9 p.m., followed by dinner and

dancing. Music will be provided

oy uicno Aiearraga.

Reservations are not necessary,

ai tickets will be sold, at the doer
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lac aetlce tef lachuiee in terte
celume abeuM be tveerined
tvee-writtes) feta aad aaaUed ee
the baa miinbat listed dally la le le-cial
cial le-cial aad Otherwise et delivered
k band te tbe effiee. Netiaes af
assetine eaaaet be eeeeetod bv
taMpMoe.

Panama Wallers, tartenders
A special meeting of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Waiters and Bartenders Club
will be held Monday evening at
11 p.m. at the Salon Ecanto. No Nomination
mination Nomination and election of officers
will be the principal business on
the agenda. All financial members
of the club are urged to attend.

MERITORIOUS SERVICE' AWARD .-Mri.'Ila Crowell, sec secretary
retary secretary to the deputy chief of staff, materiel, for the Carib-,
bean Air Command at Albrook. receives her award for "con "consistently
sistently "consistently accomplishing her duties and responsibilities In -an
exemplary manner for the period of Jan. 1, iwi to Nov.!
11958." A pin and certificate, from the Department of tht
Air force was presented to her by Li. Col. Dean I, Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield who was acting deputy chief of staff, materiel, before
the arrival of Col,, inward I. Impart to. Mrs. Crowell has
been on. the Isthmua for seven years, and has been employ employed
ed employed In same office for the last four years... The certificate
she received was signed by Ma, aen, Truman H. Landon,,
commander, Caribbean Air Command, and la the highest ci civilian
vilian civilian award a major air command can bestow. This la the
third such award ever given by the Caribbean Air Command -Jn
Its hiitory. (Official USAF Photo)

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Isthmian. Numismatic Society
The regular monthly meeting of
the Isthmian Numismatic Society,
Pacific Side, will be held next
Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the
Balboa USO-JWB Center.
Anyone interested in. studying
coing or paper money is invited
to attend.

Club Altamira
Members of Club Altamira wil
meet Sunday at the usual place of
business to discuss matters of im importance
portance importance on tbe agenda. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting at 11 a.m.

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was unable te do anything' but
Bass over Wcit'a threa-vaai. hiH

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dangerous is T wouia a laKeput

double.'. .,,..-., t
.Peisimlatic Pete :wht ant r JEmith

is only a pessimist la the play. He

Dia inree no-irump on tne strength
oi his six-card club suit, r heart
ape -and inids Vina aiwt TJftfc

jumped right te the small slim.
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in hit own hand and noted that

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ipadee. He looked ever dummy

ana sua, : ririner, a Jucky piiy-
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but 1 am not lucky. I think thai

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grand slam and take a safe and
ssna aiv." -. :

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reus jea me mree oi clubs.. It was
well that he made thi safety

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clubs and if Pete had laid down

one or ms inree top clubs he would

ijavo cnucxeq tne small ; sli

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aoie to nnesse agamit the nlne
not and malrn fiva pink

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Nertli Rest vSetrth West

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fm te im vrt this flaw haai.
TOOAn QtmsTion
Tew partner eOTttoeew
bid el ttree no-trump. vTbat de
yon do now?

Rio Mar Ccnifnues
Plans Flrlliiy1
On December 31
Members of Club Rio Mar con

tinued this week with elebrate
plans for an "Old Year's Hop"

which will be held at the Balnea
rio Balboa, in Juan Diaz, on Dee
31.

Indications were that a-bumper
crowd would be on hand to join

the popular groun in their fare

well to '58 and usher in tne new

year.
Music for the dance will be sup supplied
plied supplied by Maestro Willie More and
his ''super" orchestra, and is slat slated
ed slated to begin at 9 p.m. and run
until the following morning.

Government Business

Answer te Previous Puzzle

ACIOII Creak letter
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Statute 1 German eity
It Enthusiasm ' Argument
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palms
IS feudal
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II Hold back
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41 Was seated 1
43 Knock ;
44 Bird's home
41 Cendimenta f
49 Craat artery

83 Milt beversie

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Household
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' Mrartte :
In preparation for Universal

Bible Sunday, Sec, 14, the Key.
J. W. Limkemann, executive se secretary,
cretary, secretary, Central American Aien Aien-cy,
cy, Aien-cy, American Bible Society, will
conduct a bible 1 evening Sunday
for the youth groups of the Mar-

garita union Church, ine aaaresi
will be illustrated' with a film

strip.

Thr combined meeting is sched

uled for ; II pm. At 5 p.m. the

confirmation' clasj will meet for
a social hour to be directed by
Mrs. Fay M-Brown and Mr. Chat

ter S. Harrold, Jr.. v -"

A At., the morning services, 9:30
a.m. at Coco Sole and 11 a.m. at
Margarita, (he pastor, of the
church, 'the Rev.. Theodore E.
Franklin, will speak on the Advent
them "Awaiting the King". At
the close of tbe 11 ; a.m. service
the sacrament- of the Lord' Sup Supper
per Supper will, be observed. ;
Events during the coming weak
include meeting of the Cburrh
Council on Monday night with mo moderator
derator moderator Carl F. Maedl.in charge.
On Saturdry, Dec 13, tbe youth
groups will join the other young
people of the &Tmoa. Churches 'f
the Canal Zone for la all day
conference et. Gamboa. ,

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Come and hear the word of '.
v Ood preatched In all It's
Ood Breached in all its i
simplicity
Church of Christ
08S1 Balboa R4.
Meetings Nightly i
Dec. J at 1:00 P.M.
Subjects
pe. w- Preach the Wori.
Bible alike?
Dec. 4 Can we understand the
Dec. 5 Salvation is by faith.
Dec. One Baptism.
Dec. 7 Morning The prophecy

of the establishment of
the Church. Evening
The mark Of the lew

Testament Church. 1
De. 8 The r e f 0 r m atlon and
reatA ration : of the
'fl" Church-. :-t:vJ':':v'iU'
Dee. 9 What mult I do with J-
v lus -who ig called Chrlstf
No collectionat takenv'C-

A ; A heavenly new pattern

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Fresh and new as the morning
sky . clear and twinkling
., as the heavens at midnight
that's Ceteste. Not just another,
iarware pattern, but a work of
' attain sterUngADecorative
motif is rich yet gracefully
restrained-and is incised to
impart a brilliant, hand-wrought
, look. Celeste-a heavenly new
pattern for someone you
love A or for you!

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Ink Cluk Seentert ; ; 4 -j Saere4 Heart Chapel at Anew will
Hmema4e Sake- Sa V -v '-, sponsor a fake tilt Sunday n an anil
il anil embers vl thf Gamlwa v,ing. : V- . s'
Club wiU sponsor a bake aale Sal-)
unlay inorning at :S0 in the Gam-; ? fakes, 'plea a ad cookies "will
boa Civic Center Building. ' on saU i tha Social Hall after tea
Home baked eaket, cookies,; 7:30 nd 1:30 a m, messes.

brownies, cupcakes and oougnnuta

wu be offered lor aa

Cristobal Rainbaw Girls?
Plan Fer Chbm Auction

3 The Cristobal Assembly, Order
of Rainbow for Girls, will hold a
Chinese auction following fhe reg regular
ular regular business meeting QextTburi
,eiay. December U.V.a;
i All Rainbow Girls, Eastern Stan
and Master Masons are invited to
attend the meeting, and frienda of
the, Rainbow Girls are invited to
the auction at I p.m.- Punch will
be -served.. i,,.. si

Entertain At Lunchein
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Jtowalcbik
entertained at their residence at
a dinner party honoring Mrs,. Te Te-rcsita
rcsita Te-rcsita Angelini.de Viscay a and
Mri, Mariana A. da Carets, who
are visiting here from Cali, Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia.
Cakes ani Cooker Sold .

By Altar Resary Society

The Altar Rosary Society of

Tf" MAKE RrsufJS

Junla Fcmonlna

:rcd Xmas

Baskets For 353;

riwuaiwu Ainu v

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Memberi of the Junta Femenl Femenl-na
na Femenl-na de Seneficiencia, are busy pre preparing
paring preparing baskets to be' distributed
among approximately 350 needy

tamwea et ynnstmia Vine, a

task in,, which, -they have been
actively engaged for" the past 13
ears.,j (-Ui.ir: 'fe;
i The' distribution wUli be mide
during the usual program to be
held at the Geddes Hall. Memberi
will also caE at the.. hornet of in invalid
valid invalid perlonj to .qelive? Cfhristma
packages. r
, ,An open ihvitati'oh 'i; extended
to the Diiblie to coooerate with this

effort by contributing small items
t iinhr raiei 'tMe'! -iViiif TitlMAa" l

inilk.ft oatsi t;' These donationa;
however small, will be received
by i group; of ifmemberv evgry
evening, beginning? Tuesday;0 at
Cecil Warner's travel agency.
AB:'nrportant : t.ieeting of the
meeting of the Junta will be held
on Dee. ( when all members ex expected
pected expected to be-present:

k' Ifour. out-'of-tewn t guut leta

you .know exactly when M wui
arrive by train, plane or bus,; you
should make every effort to meet
him. The. guest. who ; Isn't met
finda it hard te feel lik't$e(pe-
iclall'y welcome guest.1-'
" If von can't meet vur" utt

-Ilet bim know 'ahead 'that .you

can t and say how. sorry your are.

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TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF REDEEMER CHt'RCH DIDICATIOK At the recent celebration of
the tenth annJveraary of the dedication of Redeemer Lutheran Church In Balboa, fourteen peo peo-pie
pie peo-pie were present who had attended the original dedicatory service. All "residents of the Canal
Zone or panami, they are shown above- (left to right, back row): iMr and Mrs. M. Smouse,
Mra.- B.-A. Connor. Mri. 8. 1. ser, 8. X. Esser, Mr. tnd Mrs. P. Badonaky, rront row) Mr.' and
Mrs. C.. Drew,. Mrs., a. Sylvester, Mrf. J. L. Myera, Mr. J, L. Myers, Miss P. Badonaky, and J. Fla Fla-tau.
tau. Fla-tau. Redeemer parish, and senrice center providea a ministry-to the aplrltual and moral wel welfare
fare welfare of Lutheran xnllitary and clvlliana In this area. Under the Lutheran Service Commission,
through which nine stateside Lutheran bodies cooperate, 42 such centers art operated through
out the world.. Redeemer is sponsored by the Army Services : Commission of the Lutheran
Church J- Missouri Synod. The Rev. Robert F. OueaicK la acting paator, isaiated bv Seminarian
Frederick 8. Illick, .1

Dulles Says Recognition Of China Would Abandon Asia To Red Power

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" SAN. FRANCISCO (UPD sscre- recognition and r a United Nations Denying this, Dulles said all men- to p make

lary i state jonn roster uuuea

declared yesterday U. S. racogm

Hon of Communist China would

abandon all' of jion-Communist

Asia to Red domination and. pusn
this country's- Pacific; defense tine

pacx to me American west voast

' ita u-arneH that Hail r hhina'n

subversive, efforts throughout the

j ar, jcasj .imoK sureiy wotuig

succeea. ;n reppg gpvern-mnt-
had its orestice and intlu'

ence ncrease,d through' American

rant viNizuiu loam;
y6rKUPI)vA prelim preliminary
inary preliminary agreement has been signed
byvlt United Statesy Canadian and.
British banks providing a two two-year
year two-year $22; million loan to- Vene Vene-zueh.
zueh. Vene-zueh. The loan is net effective
nntH it is pprevad by the new
Venezuelan congress i and presi president,
dent, president, following, elections on Dec.
T.

i vHV 3. ANGELS"

Theatre Cuild Playhouse Ancon, C.Z.
j December 1 7- pecember 16 f
For cket 1-eserTationa, f airMr TKiTthV WilbirfrsVlhoa
t-SJ between the beura of 1;a a.m. t.l:0 p as,
t. 1 A p.WK.te l:fg 7

anrj, fntertainirieht

;',' R4fl PANAMA irton rni fiM 4

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seat.

Dulles cbose an audience -10
California, perhaps more con concerned
cerned concerned with the Far East than
most other sections of the coun country,
try, country, to deliver his strongest pub
lie statement to dste aiainst rec

ognition -of-Red China,

Offlctals said Dulles deliberately
chose the meetinas of the Calif Ar-

nia Chamber of Commerce to

speak out on the recocnition is

sue. There has been increased
recognition sentiment among .soma
West Coast hminemmen 'Wh faal

they re losing trade under" the

present .policy. ,

Aaian markets would be lost to
the Ujflted Statee iHRed' China
became powerful enough to seire
the non-Communist nations. He
rit presnt JI.S: exporta fo the
ar East at 2,50O,OO0,00O a year.
Officials laid Dulles also want wanted
ed wanted -to make it clear he was not

bowing t other presiur. For ex

ample,, w iNauonal council 01

Churches recntly called for rc rc-ognitioB
ognitioB rc-ognitioB of Red China.

Dulles, who hailed the outcome

of the recent Quemoy crisis as
a U.S. victory, also disclosed the

government had asked business-

study to deter

mine how best to meet Commu

nist China's new trsde offensive in

Southeast; Asia.
He painted a grim picture ot

China's use of a new system of

communes to regiment its 650 mil

lion people in a drive to become a

major military and economic pow
er. However, he conceded the at attempt
tempt attempt was succeeding from the
Communist viewpoint.
- "The. tvof rsm is one of slavS

labor that sacrifices human dig
nity on a .scale imprecedented in
all world hiatory," he said. "But
it is producina matrial results."

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TONIGHT'S GAME;
At Olympic Stadium: Marlboro (Milo 1-0) vs Carta Vieja
(Umbricht 1-1)
Came time: 7:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT,
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 4, Kings 3

Atlantic Little League
Releases 1959 Rosters

Henry J. McElhone, player
gent for the Atlantic Little League,
today released the rosters of the
league's six teams for the 1959
baseball season.
League officials also announced
that the annual "Little League
Parents Night" would be held on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 10 it
7:30 p.m. at the Margarita Serivce
Center. The parents of all boys
in the league; parents of boys wish
ing to be future Little Leaguers;
as well as the general public are
til invited to attenu the meeting.
The rosters of the teams are
as follows and include the hold
ver players as well as the new
boys picked up as a result of the
recently held try outs and player
auction.
The Folic Pal, the 1958 cham champions
pions champions are sponsored by the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Branch of-the Police Associa Association
tion Association and have as their manager
Capt. S. F. Mason with Bud
Crump as coach. Players are
Mike Benton, Kenny Carden, Hank
Clancy, Ronnie Cooper, Ronnie
Crump, Louis and Richie Hakan-

son, John Hotsko, Sieve Laurie,
Kenny Karpinski, Frank Mason,
Vernon McNamee, Phil Owen

Woody Smith and Wally Waddell.

Tht Bottler, 1958 runners up,
sponsored by the Coca Cola -Bottling
Co. have Capt. Al Wilder as

manager and Capt. C. S. Hatch

ings as coacb. Players are Ralph

Bender, Terry Conley, Kenny

Field. Bobby and Hoilis Griffon

Bob Hutching; Tommy McLean,

Keith McLeod, WtncheU Pennock,
Ricky Sanchez, Jim Snyder, Lar Larry
ry Larry Stanford, Terry Tobin, EichJe

Wainlo, aOd Mike Wuliford.
The Elks, sponsored by Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Lodge No. 1542 returns Milt
Sanders as manager with a new
coach, Ray Will, Their layers
are Billy Acheson, George Beds Beds-worth
worth Beds-worth Arnold, Nicky and Rjchard
Brooks, Jim Colbert, Ralph De De-Boyrie,
Boyrie, De-Boyrie, John Fettler, Bill Hopkins,
Matt Manning, Albert Mo'.ta, Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Pabon, Jack an John Snders,
and Robert Will.
Tht Legion is sponsored by the
Nathaniel J. Owen Post No. 3 A-

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Akins To

Oi)Njdtem Tonight

. By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Virgil

Akins, an unpredictable dynamit dynamiter,
er, dynamiter, makes Mi first defense of the
world welterweight crown tonight

against rugged young" Don (Gero-

nimo) Jordan at tee Olympic Au

ditorium. ;.),

Although Aklne of St. Louis is

generally ,. recognized as an in-and-outr,",
he is favored at 3-1

to beat the lanky challenger from

Los Angeles in their scheduled
15-rounder because of his punch.

And if "even money' that Jor-i
dan is stopped.

Promoter Cal Eaton and matcn-i
maker : George Parnassus expet

a modest ctowo oiy.ooo ana a
gate of $55,000 for the nationally

teivised and broadcast doui

(NBC-10:00 p.m. e.s.t.). There'll
be a TV blackout on a 300-mile

radius. Capacity figures would be

9.500 and $75,000.

The promotion and fighters also
get a total of $50,000 from TV TV-radio.
radio. TV-radio. Los Angeles is having its first

merican Legion Is once again Ewald Wiberg.

managed by Cash Paulson with
Henry Shirk doing the coaching.
The players are Louis Austin, Jack
Blair, Wally Brians, Frank Bor Bor-cellino,
cellino, Bor-cellino, Orrin Clement( Tom Cof Coffin.
fin. Coffin. Carl Compton. Dick Dugan,

Dave Goguen, Danny .Holcomb,

Leo Paulson, Wardie v Redman,
Henry Shirk, Robbyi Thomas and
Jim Wood. 11 '" ;

Mutual of Omaha' sponsored by

the uurance company ot we same

name, lists Mike Buna as man

ager with Gordon Reif the coach.
The' players re eri Bernstein,
Charles Bialkowskv: Doug Billison

Harrv Dockery, George Evans,

I.Hiehlevi George Kredell, Les

Leon, Pete McBride, Bernie Mans
Larry and Luther Quinn, Bill Reif,
Ronnie Riefkohl and Wayne See-

ley.
Gil Morland is once again spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring tht Pirattt who offer R.
M. Wikingstad and Pete Tortorici
as their manager and coach. As
players they have Lee and Larry
Christooh. Rolin DeFrees, Jim

Ebdon, Steve Gegg, Jim Hardison,
Tom Hickey, Mike Nunley, Bob
Sanders. Bob Smith, Norman

Spector, Jeff Thompson, Frank
Tortorici. Everardo Urriola and

welter title fight since Oct. 24,

1939, when Henry Armstrong De Defended
fended Defended against Jimmy Garrison.

. First, Risk) ".
Negro Akins. 30, is risking for

the first time the 147-pound title
he won on June' 6 by knocking

out Vince Martinez at St. Louis
in the final of an elimination
tournament. Akins floored the

Patterson,. N.; J. contender nine

times for a fourth-round knockout.

Violnt Virgil succeeded Carmen

Basilio, who' had given up the

welter crown whn he became
middleweight tuler. f

hhould left-hooker Jordan reg

ister ; an upset, ending Akins'

reign at six months, Jordan must
give VlrgiJ a Teturn shot at the
diadem within 60 days in St.
Louis,, with -percentages 30 30,
their contract States. The divi

sion's shortest reign was Tony

DeMarcoY two months and nine

days, when he lost the crown to

Basilio, June 10, 1955.
Although many ; welter champs

mm. m v awi w. m mm. ui" i it k t i n

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welterweight: 'ftiUeVftght ia 1 19

years because Negro Indian Jor Jordan.
dan. Jordan. 24. ir-ridina a strin of av.

ea straight Tictories that earned
Mm -recognition- everywhere as

hit, the-title in its first defense,

there were at least iq wno 04a

not; ; and cocky Akins if posmve
he'll ',: keep it tonight. In fact,
he oredicted earlier in the- week,

tof calender. It's the city's. firstl;i'll knock tbat-Jordan out within

uiree iuuuus.
. Maktt Prtdictiofl
Akins made a similar- three
round prediction 4 at St: Louis be

fore the Martinez s fieht. and he

missed by only .one round. But

after that impressive c June vic

tory,: the,' new champion returned
to his in'-aud-out-routine.

In two non-title bouts, he had

to stage a desperate 10th round
knockout to avoid a loo-sided loss

to Tombstone Smith, and he did

lose a decision to Del Flanagan

on Sept. 18; at 'St.: Paul Minn.
However, the champion trained

seriously .' for tonight's defense.

and he appeared sharp In his late.

sparring sessions,. He expects 10
scale about. -146 pounds at the

weigh-in at state athletic commis

ion headquarters. V Jordan l, ex

pects to register about 142.

As champion, Akins will recive

10 per- cent" of all net recipts
from the gate and. TV-radio. His
cut apparently should be at least

$30,000. Jordan gets 20 per cent,
apparently at least $15,000.

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Jacobs, 2b

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The champion Carta Yieja : Yahtees 1 breatliecr
down the neclof. front-running- Marlboro r today;
while girding: themselves : f or '.tonight's important ...
game with the Smokers. i J '".V"
" The Yanks edged the Kings last night 4-3 to -tend
their jwinning streak to, three straight and move
to within a half game of the lead. A victory, tonight
would give them sole possesion of the top spot for the 1

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By VICTOR M. CAREW
Carta Vieja's 4-to-3 win over
the Kings last night was the
third late-inning defeat suffered
by the losers. The pattern has
been for the Kings to play win winning
ning winning ball for the first seven in innings
nings innings and then lose in the
eighth, the ninth, or just any anytime
time anytime after the seventh.
0Oo-
Granvllle Gladstone, Kings'
rightflelder is ailing and aid not
see action in last night's en encounter.
counter. encounter. His absence was sorely
felt In ;the eighth frame when
Jerry Thome doubled to drive in
Bill Kern with the second Carta
Vieja run and again in the same
frame when Tony Bartirome
lined to right for x a double to
score JOe Clark, who was pinch pinch-running
running pinch-running for Thorne, with the ty tying
ing tying run.
oOo-w ''.
Many observers felt ,that
with Gladstone in right field It
is doubted that Kern would
have scored, not to mention
the lact that Thome woold
have been more than satisfied
to remain at first with a sin single.
gle. single. They also felt that Barti

rome' doable might have been
caught by Granville. These
plays point up the weakness of
the Kings' bench. Teofilo PeU
erkin, subbing for Gladstone;
was 'not a Very adequate re replacement.
placement. replacement. The inability of any
of this; team's regulars to play
will always point up its lack
of reserve strength.
, oOo
Umpire Willie Hinds, for a-

while, was out to lunch on a sim.
pie play that only required the

automatic eniorcemen? or a
ground rule., on an overthrow,
which passes a 'line established

by the league, the baserunner is

entitled to one base. .The long
dispute that ensued over Heron's

overthrow m the fourth was the

result? of Htnds'i failure. to. follow
the play and call It when and as

it occurred, and -not wait tor. an

appeal irom tne Kings, m ad addition,
dition, addition, these lines should be
kept clearly marked! They wfexe
hardly visible last night',
Stanley. Arthur Ws'roiaced
by Vlbert Clarke after 3artt"
rbme's two-b a g g e t V and the
southpaw retired the side When

Thome- doubled for Shantz

8th.

J. Clark ran for Thome in 8th:

Kings

Carta vieja

Score By Innings -:

0J1 (tOq'OlfPrS; 11

: 000 mi 021-2.4

1 SUMMARY Errors:' ;Gfeen,
Heron, Black Runs batted in :
Green. Peden, Peterkhi. Thotn.

Bartirome, Parsonsv E a r h ed

runs: Carta Vieja X Kings 3. Two
base hits: 'Hunt, Peden,' Jacobs,
Thome, Bartirome. Parsons.
Doublerjlays: .Wilhelrh,; Barti Bartirome.
rome. Bartirome. Sacrifice hits:. Black. Bar

tirome, ?AUie, Hit battersi! Black

(Kerh). Wild pitch: BiacKBalk:

Arthur. Struck: out: By Ander

son 5. by BlacK 4.'bv Slack .3
Base, on balls: Off Anderson.

off Black 1. off Arthur 1, off

Slack 1. off,.,Clar,ke I.,, tefl on.

oases; Kings io.i;arsa. v.ieja yz.
Base on balls: Off Anderson, 2

runs, 10 hits lh 7 innints. Pltch
ed to two batters in 8th : Blacll

3 runs. 7 hits In 7 23 innings:

Arthur o runs, J hit ift 0 Inning

(oltched- tdf two batters In: 8th);
Winning Ditcher? S Slafek f (l-O)
losing pitcher t Clprke Z (Yi-2)t

Umpires: Thornton; Hinds. Hari

relson. Attendance: 2,614. Time

of game:'2:56

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the services of his No. 1" cQ&ch,

Godwin Moore, it would appear

that with peden himself playing.

his cOach could he giyen a little
more responsibility other than
handling the traffic- at third

basei Moore has prbvetf his worth

under manager Leon Kelunan as
a very capable coach fcrnd we feel
that, with? better coordination,

he could be of a lot; njore help

to Pedefl: than he Is at present.

Big Jim Umbricht, the tower i
ing righthander who hurled the
champs to their first triumph
last Sunday inornlng, .has been
given- the, assignment ; to lift
them "$o ;vthe.;i topr:h tonlgbfi
Jim's mound opponent, will be
Bob Milo, a classy-looking south southpaw
paw southpaw who has been used only In
relief roles previously
Last. -'night's game, which was

decided ; to a -the, s bottom of the
ninth inning, wa another ot the

thrillers which has been the pa t t-tern
tern t-tern since the campaign began
Nov. 20. j ,o j

v With the victory. Carta'Vleja

became the first teahf to xop

three, in a row Tor the 1958-59

seasdn: 1

Relief ce Bob Slack, who
has seen' duty V toe Wst fonf.
of tne Yankees' five game,
picked up his first win against
no defeats. '.''
The stocky rifeht hander came

to the hill in '- relief of staTtet"

jonn. Anaerson m xne eigm-n
with jrunners on first and third

and ho outs and gave up a ruri ruri-producing
producing ruri-producing single before retiring

the sjae. jTom then on neJieia
the enemy batters hltless. He
struck out three and walked one.

Anderson, who allowed ten of

the .Kings 11 safeties, fanned

five and permitted two free pass.

es, was charged with tne losers:
three runs.1' VV
Left hahder Vibert Clarke, the

third King hurley dropped his

second verdict, and is yet to .win
a eame: ' ''

Bvcl Black started and pitched
a great same until he tired in

the eighth.- He was yanked for

stanjey Arthur with two out, a
run Jn and a runner on second.
Clarke took' over for .Arthur
when the small righthander
committed a balk and gave up a
walk"wlthout being able to get

that third out.

, Black permitted 'seven -hits,
three runs, tone" of 'tfiem un

earned): fanned tour and walked

one

the Kings came in the bottom

of the eighth, s With .one oat

jtuHCK nit K.ern with pitch ana
then wild-pitched him In see.

ond with Spider .Wilhelm at bat.
Wilhelm filed to center for th
second out and then ; manager

Blily Shantz used piece or
strategy that paiJ t of f hand handsomely
somely handsomely .,.-

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Whltey Schmidt was out at first

oh a grounder to second baseman

Qwen Friend.

: Wp riftn't, heltenp In 'SRcond

guessing "as It is the- easiest thing

tatAo, but we do belieyV'that

manager Les Peden' wed In

ntillTlno- Tlarlr fcKtHt nnint if

lh game-. It seems aslf Peden;i

knowing tnat ciarke aoes not

yet have "his stuff, should, have

called on Dick Luebke to replace

Arthur. v

w are 'beclnnlno- to -wonder

whether Peden is fully utilising Jwhe-e) Dave Jacobs doubled. arid

Hitless In three nrevlotia trim

to the plate, Shants, wh
scheduled. to bat, sent Gerry v
Thorne, left handed twirirer '-
to hit Instead and Thorfee ' ''
came through with solid tin
double to right plating Kern
and making the aeore J-t. -
Jo Clarke xan fnr Thnm

to third as Arthur committed a
balk-and -then came home on

Tony Bartirome'a twobagger t
right to knot the count 3-3. -'
. Vibert Clarke came In to retlr
the next batter, Whiter Schmidt,
for-. tht third 'put -i t
S5The Kings failed to; icore'hV
the ton of the ninth as filnpv s-nt

out the side and it was the Yan-
kees turn to bat.

Jacobs (walked, 'wa, sacrlflce
to second by GalirAllie and th
ball. game was -over when Par- :.: :
sons lined a single to center
scoringr Jcob easily. f .
Kings, first baseman Elias. 0-o
sorio turned ih the most specta. ; j--0
cular play of the game, although
it was lost from the view of most -of
the spectators. 1
Elias, no Bartirome around tho .
sack, but a master at taking pop
foula rin't the area.-!' first' base,.
raced all the way to1 behind the
visiting dugout to snare a tovH
off the bat pfv.Shanta; for th 4
thh'd out. In :le second inning.

The- huskylounU7 boy. from
Chitre crashed into a National
Guardsman 'while making the
play .and both tumbled to th
ground, with Osorio holding on-

T'hkk!. took a ii'Hl"4ir!.

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'Frlvnrl Rlark ainri Piimnsl. '!

'GrKn, Back-to-back donbleV
br Ken Bunt and Peden;: pro J
duced toe second tallrof the
contest and put the Kings out
in front by a Z-S margin.. ,
s1 The score remained that way

unto the bottom of the sixth

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came home on Black's error as

fte dropped tWe ball whlle; cov covering
ering covering Tirst base-on Ellas Osorlo's
throw on Bill Parsons', grounder;
The 'score was then 2-1. ; ;
Ir the eighth the Kings took
a 3-f tead as they plated a ruii
on a walk to Ken Hunt and sin singles
gles singles by Peden and Teofilo Peter
kin; pwho played rightfield for
ailing regular Granny Gladstone.
The beginning of the end for

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36 in. chest' normal ii ia.

39 in. chest expanded . 39 in.

30 in. waist 30 m.
15 in, neck 15V4 in.
21 in. (high 21 in.
14 in. calf 14 in.

14 in.- biceos 13 in.

10V4 in forearm 11 in.
9 in. ankle W in;

1 ht:v.- wrist V4 in.

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V.- CastiU 113,C6uld make.H jaow",,v. (,
&Jt. Baeza, 1X5 VSeema best here h ,3-S

1 Silver GirL .JLReyea R.JIQ3 -Distanqe andicans,

2--11ICflD vuiutiii;- aA nvuiu pojr uu

Sun iB.,.Aguirre 110 RiderWnttwlpe

3-SiIver

aVMelhzo

S Noticion twAJB.

'-Dob Minnei iUA. Alfaro 105 c-Distancen 9K

7 Psa. Furs $650.00
OUINlELA

Fel Ciss f-M

4th Rac, Special Imp.

l-Doiia t. Hernandet 110 V-tulKao'SainhffwaV vCVi 1 3-1

r'k D- J. ilmen?! 110 -i-Would pajr pfL4
n '----j- ;r Vasquez 112 -i-Haa ahowrf notafci?
oa 5 D. Barret 107x-Not readf y

Pobreton 1' O. Bravo 118 --Hopelessly fractious

S-fPeter'l

4Crera

SVBarloa 5

6-v-Pepin J. Talavera 108 4-In new hands

7-Camakaa B. Baeza 110 4-Jockey should help
S--AeriaI T - Hidalgo 112 J-Reportedlv. ready
kV-VoUag V. Castillo 110 -Warte 3rfImir.01
10-4-Eros .. A. Ycaza 116 strong finish

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5th Race ''a nd B" Natives J Ffurs

Closes 1:00

1 Pancho L
3 Engaftoso
2-Kalalu
4- Clria
5-Henco ,

iin. Two- $650 mfle -races for f oartiv-eeriea imported
thoroughbreds are the' co-featured erents for the

first tf three cciisecMte days of hohh rtciitr kt the

' iKeSiaiday card will be KliliTiWw! Eythe run run-ninf
ninf run-ninf ttEeWOO added seven furloni ifremlo Na Na-cionar
cionar Na-cionar Clagsie f or natirerbred twfyearolds and the

weekend will conte to a clinra with the $3,000" added

bne mile and bne-eight Mother's Daj Classic onJUon

nay, .

Th first, of ttti tw main evi-'

ents pits Vengania"; Matriculadd,
Mi- Verne, Er-Agheilar PhiHpi PhiHpi-pea
pea PhiHpi-pea and Charlcleia against each

otner, cnsncieis' anapea uj ai we
mutuels favorite to cop this wid
opea event .:-'f- f-v
The other o-fature has only

five starters burthey kit consid considered
ered considered much superior' to those that
will compete .in. the program'!
first race. Mouche,' Pan Tostadcj,
Now -Then, Bucalemit and Mat
Bravo' are the horles which .will

ljnatch...strMes'U.,'rv';-:-4---4-f

BucaiemiN) ; an pan rrstad,t
ascend and third iMhlnd, Kmily
Mary last wk,, arc' axpectedi
t battle1 It wt in vlrroal

'nntsh..rac.y Jvi .RfdrloHAS,
I cagey and at times impredlct'

able rider,, w'H be aboard Fan

I T...ti' wt.su aui.n

i. yi" i .. aamjsiH" w

has th assignment n Bucal-
nitfc-T im'i lvct' f 'jV yl i
(Sttadiiy imprsvihr appreaticc

rider Rolands Cruz will :- do the

booting on jMouch'e;-Jose Talave

ra "rides Wow Then and virgiuo
Castillo has the lef up on the
vastly Improved, Mar Bravo.
Mouche,' an easy ; Winner his
last time out with the same rider,
could be an Tioset winner here.

He; reportedly uaproveo and at

ieaat if expeciea 10 se in me mica
of 4hr battle for the -first levek

furlongs of, th -rac. .1 r

mr oiavu, jresu unm iwo

wins in 3?Osrt;three' starts, haV
failed -W- eon vine th: railhirdi

and Mfaidlulcy win odds in
each -victory. "J.tf-."--
Two' special Mm 'tprfttS fof
recently imporfod Chilean throusn-

breds will, brighten, up. the, prof

gram, eauaouin, Aianam,. carlyle.
MaurlcJo, Indian. Calf and Lucien Lucien-te
te Lucien-te will match stridts ia th sixth

rac for aon-winaers- while JLait
Dust,- Cheyenne.? Tarasca, La De Desire,
sire, Desire, Artie Princess rand Coltro

ftfrdKi6Sl sic1a! intr'!,on

for three-year-olds, will be the

fourth rice quiniela. Doiaj :Lin :Lin-IdiilELPobreton
IdiilELPobreton :Lin-IdiilELPobreton jpetefr; Dbwn-

iau, treoa. JarJoiu..rppin,:.Gma,
ka, .Arial .Trumpet YolUge, arid
Eras- aije the' scheduled., starters

iu uui prospective uwufi

a i

" J. Talavera 113 Won last start EVEN

F. Justlnianl 10x Impressed In last 21

A. Qremoio 103 --Caulo be wnnerupr. ,., 21

A. Alfaro' 103 Last oesn -count U.i 5-2

" B. Baeza 122 (-Excluded from betting XXXX

Faof Coses 3:40

4th i.e. Spcil Imp. 7' fl..(forM M5lbr" r

Jst RACK OP'THE DOUBLE

4

1 Bauduoin
2- Mariman

v a Carlvl --'S. Carvaial 108

4 Mauricio S. Hernandez 113 4-Form indicates

5 Indian Call J. Phillips 110 -r-Good early, (peed

Lucient J. Jimenez 108 Quits badly in stretch

v.- ,VB. Baezk 108 wt-Jieeda rest badlv 3-1

v.L'asuiio no -taiwWtittl-n:f j-2

-SGodd ipeed'Tn Iasf ' 1M

EVEN
5-1

. .3. Jimenez 108 Quit badly fun

i

Till Race Sneeiat Imn. 4 Fo.. Pufra SaSV M

f. .... -, and RACK OF 'THE. DOUBLE

1 Last Dust B.

Foal CIoms 4,:15

Aguirr 1W Not with this ridef -; 10-1

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2 Cheyenne ; R. Cruz not Could score jgain v
S-rTarasca A. Lorless 107x --Scored 'dasily in Mst

5 Artie Princess J. Ulloa 115 Last1 was revealing
6 Cpltro O. Bravo 110 1 Always close up

owned byv Roberto Mntta 6d
trained by.J Julio Chhndeck, ate

nqw th property of UonungO j,

mare wno wui tram in pair ni?f
self. : f

jjofia Flora) was bought tais
week by vine 'Stud Xos 'ires Her Her-manos.
manos. Her-manos. EmJio Mejia is her new
traaeiwMrs..Qfeiina Torres turn-

tfk- over her native mare Bugabal

io xacjia uimiui
. .Pepin will race under the ..train ..training
ing ..training ol Jose Oscar Menaoza in th
fuiure Miss Angelafl Melendes; lis
liafA lit AiunM. t

rtht 'weichts., Jockeys audi cost

positions navfti been announced

tot,. Monday's Mother! Day Cias-

sic. .easnam joeu ana trrsmiiia
Will rac in ad entry. !, ;
, Neajiiam- Bell:, will preak from
the No, 1 position.1 She,' will' note

US pounds and will hav Jtuben
Vasquez ia th saodl. Entrjmat
Gramllla,jll8) wiU b No.. 4 .in

the gat .and, wUKb riddeSpy

l-ernanaez Alvarez rwes eve evening
ning evening sur which gets- in under a
mere 108. Evening Star will break
irom tne No. 2 siov. A Yoi Like
Her will start in th No, 8 posi position
tion position I with 1 Jos Talavera scheduK
efl to the booting. She has beei
assigned 113 pounds.
Hazazza (No. 5) will tat 115
pounds and will have atroni-arm-

ed Jose Ulloa -s aboard. Manueli
Pedrazaf only three-year-old Ha
the race, gets in under .105 with

Arcjuimedes Alfaro slated t guide

ner. u ,wm leave .tn siaruasf

gate frpnfth No. $ position. i
Quickie, last- but far from least.

will start from the. outsid No; 7

position. She' will hav leading
jockey Baeza ia the addla and

will carry lis pounds.

Drcs Rcccs 5!:!:d

AI Ptccra Air !!rl?

Arrangementa hav been com

pleted for a draf racing event at

racora air strip, on Sunday, vet.

l, Beginning at iz:ov noon.

f tfh Race 4m Srl Imp.. 7 Fgs. Purs 4M.0 VPI Cleses 4:40

1-Neeful

3 Amah

4 Ml Locura
5- rNedrey1:?
S Martlet
f-Jack Bit
ft -'

OUINIELA

A, Credidid 108- r-Lacks Mrly anted.

tti Alvarez iu serious effort Here
; ; B. Baeza 113 Could eo aU the wv

A. Lourless liWx Not against these C
,w-f "... m. t ... i 1 m .

, v. i aia vera n ue, .regne.si
t,-A. Ycaza 115 Form-indicates1' -'
I.r Ruiz 115 r-Must go lower '

fnS Race 5th Series Imp. S Pga.Purs $500.06'
:.. ? one two-

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' NEW YORK, tJec. 5 (TJPD
jose"t TbrW B wrnetlmes
helns sell :.ti6ket ft" hU own

fiirhta. ranldlv Is developing Into

puncher tb be reckoned with, o,

'Thft unoeaten Hew yore ima-dlewelght,-wh-'
packed Uttl

Runnvalde-Garden last nignt;

registered jxi flfttt straight
knockout, stopplnsr Ike Jenkins
at 2:33 of "the fifth "round of,

rh. letorv:was Torres' ninth

i na row and the kayo was hl4

. Because pt hl nuncWng prow,

ess. and.hU awuty xo.qraw .oi!
.Jiin Torres will be tnatchei

ainst .,n':ai Jret nnjiamed ,op

ponenC'1,wQ week sat Sunny

side. f ;
' After a warnr-up.firt ;rpund;
Torres went.to Utorli nn tb vetj
eran Jenkins in Ti the second
ritund and. almost nut him away.
ln the' thin round, he battered
jexiklns Mahout the" ring and It
was more of thq. same in the
fourth. When Jenkinn no longer
was-, aJ3l,tt- protect-himself i in

thn fltth roano, reiereo uavey
Peld atonttedJth Jaout. -

Whentha wt was halted
.Tenkin' ws Jsleeding proluself
fiprn-cuta Inside his mouth and
nose. .eH-it V-
- A capacity -crowd-f 2,470 saw
the non-tele vised -bout.
..... '.

4 -4m.

Cricket Nevvsl

Cricketers r and renresentatives

Of all clubs playing in the Pacifi

criicaec league are notified tnrouga

tBiA) medium t prepare them

selves to attend a meetinf at Pa-

trais withia a ,wkr two.

The Duroe of th sneatiaa akall

M 'the' eltrtion of officers and

taaio-'jiaBs for- th '1833

encxet season.

SlftNS LIONS PACT

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DETROIT (UPI) The Detroit

Lions .-Wednesday gav. Cack

Gcorgf WiuM a. nw on year
contract, Wilson 'won the National
Football League 'championship
last ylrr but his Lion's are hard-

pressed to finish above the '.306

mark this season. 11 i

1-Chariclela
2- Brt

fT-Netlclen

4-Camakas
5.BnflA
4-Mariman
7-La Desire -aMrtlt
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By CONRADO

Venganza

Bestfl

' Dn Manuel

Eras

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Artie Princess

Amah
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S-King
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Trirrem
S Germanlo
S Zumar
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S-Plateado

S.

J. Ulloa 110 Desnit lona diaUnc s.j

Hernandez 105 -taUlurprisa'aow rt4"vf

R. Vasquez 115 Better 'thfs week

B. Baeza 115 Mutuols favorite
. I. Phillips 103 r-Nothingiflj ffltmtttfj
J.. Talavera 105 Usually close. upf
r 'i. & 13ikWM VIA. TI J I t a

i n. rnc iv uiiappuinica in laii
R.R Cruz, J05x Distance to liking

fOrh Rat 4th Series Imp. S fgs.Purs 300.00

1 Mouche
Pan Tostado
S Now Then

4 Bucalemito

r

Peel CUset 5:40

( R, Cruz 107x -Could surprise 5-2
. J.1 Rodrig. 113 In fight to finish EVEN
J. Talavera 108 Way above head v 15-1

A. Peres zll4 Form indicates : EVEN

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Th event will be open to atl

conventional cars, modified car.

sports cars and motorcycles, but

acn wui compete wun yebicie

jmwmsM&lA&&!,x4 fit-

Th 1 1-4' mil strip wilj be 'sit
up for one-quarter y and one-half
mil drags, allowing sufficient

stopping distance .for even the

fastest vehicles. .' ,i
Inspection f all competing
hides will be mad as they
riv at the strip and good tdre

steering, and prakea wilt Mia
prim requisite. j -1 j
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It is requested that those wish wishing
ing wishing to compete should b at the
atrip by 11 a.m. to facilitate start starting
ing starting tb races by noon. y
The Isthmiaa Sports Car Club
has consented to time the runs
of each vehicle, and furnish crash
helmets for th us of th drivers.
The general public is invited to

aucno. i n

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5 Mar Bravo.. W CastiUo-llO Rates good hanC
lth' R.ce SpeciaMmp. 7 Pgs. Purs $450.00 J Pal Clesf

tint

1 Oeron
2 Reina

3 Latino

J. Phillips' 110 Improving slowly
B. Baeu-115 Should scof easily
R. Vasques 115 Could make it here

Ml

4 Ben My Chree F .Sanchez tfix Early speed only

Hm shown noth ng
6 Madame CucuB.Aguirre 112 Needs- better rider

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Stan Oil N.J. 58'V
Sterling Precision 3V4
Superior Oil 179
Texas Gulf Prod 33Vfc'
Underwood ?o
United Aircraft 62b
, Unit Canso Oil 1 15-13
US Rubber 45
! US Steel 36
; Westinghouse 69 3-5
"Wheeling .Steel

CHRISTMAS CARDS
The greatest assortment in town
MORRISON'S and LEIfIS SERVICE
(Both acrosa from tht old Ancon P.O.)
and
CASA ZALDO de CALlDOWIA
(Near Tivoli Theatre)

LEAVE IOCS AD WITH ONE Of Oil AGENTS OR OCT OFFICES AT 13-17 H" tTTSET, PANAMA LIBREMA MICCIADO I Street No. IS t ACENCIAS
INTERNAL DE HJBLfCACIONES No. t Lottery riata CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 4i LOUBDCS FHARMACV 1BZ La Carrasqullle FARMAC1A LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. M "ft" Street MOBRISON 4th of JdN Ave. a J It. e LEWIS SERVICB Ave. WvoU No. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. fee. no la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jarto Ameemena Ave. ana S3 St.

FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS M Street No.
ATH IS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
"Belvedere" two tone tedan. Has
been kept excellent condition'
and driven carefully. An original
owner. Leaving Isthmus. Phone
Gatun 329.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1955 Cadillac
coupe, excellent condition. Call
Balboa 2-3658, after 5 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4
door Bel-Air, hardtop sport sedan,,
automatic transmission, radio and
other extras. One owner, excel-'
lent condition. Purchased new
car, sacrifice for best offer. Tel.
2-2619. House 530 Ancon.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet, 4
door, very" good radio,, like new,
perfect condition. Tel. 2-3805.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth',
sedan 4000 'miles, like new
$1925, w.s.w. two lone paint, 1
0599-ArBayano Street, Ancon,
phone 2-2744.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Ford Six-1955 four
door sedan, standard shift, wall
tared for, good gas mileage, new
battery, seat covers, muffler,
$975.00. Phone, Balboa 2708. h
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
Basketball
Results
East
Brooklyn 82 Queens 79
Army 77t Sina 57
St. Joseph's v8 Westchester 64
Columbia 64 CCNY 56
Cornell 62 Buffalo U. 52 1
Connecticut 78 Amncan Int 63
Ppncetfih 8 Hofstra-8 T,f
Bjf0VflC.fi' 'TufU 41 1- .C I
Carnegife Tech 73 Indiana (Pa) 60
Pittsburgh;?3 Ohio State 70 i,
Albright B Scranton 61. t
Albright -68 scranton 61
Seton Hall 75 Loyola (Md.) 40
Pennsylvania 63 1 Rutgers 55
Colby 65 Bates 56
Colgate 63 Rensselaer Poly 45
Dartmouth 82 Vermont 84
Lock Haven Tchrs. 77 Ithaca 73
Canisius 95 Buffalo Tchrs. 80
Yale 69 Springfield 54
Alliance 80 Edinboro 75
7JS-
Geneva 95 Grove City 76
South
Phillips Oilers 70 Citadel 48
North Carolina St. 55 Maryland ;
North Carolina 83 Clemson 67
South Carolina 71 Wofford 54
Georgia 66 Florida 63
St. Augustine 92 Fayettevill 64
WaM 63 WaL 60
Richmond 64 Rand, Macon 58
Alabama 67 Spring Hill 47
Miami (Fla.) 104 Rollins 87
Del a war 73 Haverford 56
Midwest
Eastn. Mich. 70 Baldwin-Wall
66
Notre Dam. 87 Bellarmine 55
Bradley 86 New Mexico AaM 54
Missouri 74 Arkansas 71 1
St. Louis U. 75 S. Dakota St.
64
Midland 71 Kearney 65
Dana 68 Concordia (Neb.) 53
Rose Poly 50 Eureka 45
Southwest
Texas Tech 73 Oklahoma 64
Trinity (Tex.) 83 St. Edward's 73
St. Mary's (Tex.) 94 Wayland 56
El Panama Club
To Hold 'Soiree'
On Sunday, Jan. 4
Plans (are presently in progress
for presentation of a New Year's
Sunday "soiree" by El Panama
Waiters and Bartenders Club at
the Bohio of National Distillers on
the Trns-lstbmian highway.
The" entertainment committee of
the club said the function Is
scheduled Jfor Jan. 4 from 4 p.m.
until 2 a.m. -with music by the
Jets combo.
Invitations cards are being pre prepared
pared prepared for distributionn within a
week.

S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parana Lefevref Street FABaUUA

COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Gsnstoto No. 14J21.

Home' Articles
FOR SALE: 1 pr. beautiful red
macaws,, bast offer. Tel. Panama
. 3.6779.
.- FOR SALE: Refrigerator, metaf
Vkftchon table and 2 chairs, ma ma-Vhogany
Vhogany ma-Vhogany dinette set, four poster,'
bedroom let, sofa bid 3 14-4 'A
speed graphic camera.' Phona Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5115, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 4 pieces Rattan,
excellent condition, $55. Phone
Balboa 4497.
FOR SALE:' Frigidaire electric
atove, has electric clock and
timer. -Good condition. $75.00,
60 cycle. Call 2-4433. Diablo.
FOX SALE: Zenith radio and
record player; V h.p. 60 cycle
electric meter with mount; Phil Phil-co
co Phil-co table model radio; floor lamps;
desk lamp; kitchen table; mis-
cellaneeus household items. 2
Via Porras. phona 3-7258.
FOR SALE: Electric refrige refrigerator,.;
rator,.; refrigerator,.; gas atove, bedroom set,
consisting of bed (double) threa
pieces of bedroom furniture, table1,
with chain, dining room buffet
and one large extra chair. Cheap!
$100.00 (hundred dollars) take
whole lot for cash. Telephone
Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027.
Best Lifter
To Be Chosen
At Y Tonight
The ahnual weightlifting contest
of the Balboa YMCA-USO will
get underlay this evening at 6:30
to select the best lifter for 1958
in the, Canal Zone.
The tournament will be held in
the main gymnasium of the KM
CA.
A "Best Lifter" trophy and first
and second place awards will be
rnaoV-iin each weightedivision.
THe trophy will be presented to
the best lifter by u80ftars run
nejr up in the queen contest of the
Canal Zone Policeman's balU Miss
Barbara Carter. t
In the past fhree years, the
yearly weightlifting meets have
featured good lifters from ttu9. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone armed, forces and. civi
lians. Last year the Air ,Force
was particularly well represented
by two contestants who set tocai
records in the bench press, deep
knee bend and dead weight lifts.
The Best Lifter trophy, last
year went to Airman Theo. Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, of Albrook. The year previ
ous to that, the trophy was award
to Marine Pvt. Can Nicol from
Rodman.
REMODEL RAILWAY CAR
TOKYO (UPI)-Japan National
Railways has begun remodeling a
railway coach for the special, use
of Crown Prince Akihito and' Ms
commoner fiancee, Michiko Shoda,
it was disclosed today.
by RCA

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Daily at 7;00 p.m.

HOG Your Community Network

840 kilocycles
PANAMA

Miscellaneous
t-- FOR JALE: Bargain tn budgies.--4
pair of burgiea, With breeding
age and nestbex. $10.00. Tele
phone 2-4257,
FOR SALE: Photographie ;
Christmas cards, $15.00 gar
hundred. Your negative r eurs. if,
available. Fete El Halc6n,teet, (
phone 3-1179. L 7 i
FOR SALE beautiful Italian,
accordion, SeandallL. .trademark. 7
120 bases, 9 registers" Like new.7
Cafl 6109. Curundu.
Oustanding selection of buutiful
. end exotic U.S. and Eurepean
Christmas arnamertts, decorations
and lights Ideal for hemes.
r stores, clubs and organisation
at budget prices,
American Supply Co. "J" Street
13-06.
FOR SALEWestlhghouse re-
frigerator 1 1.2 c'u. ft. Ceuchbed.
Phone 2-3676. House 1521-1,
Gavilan Road.
rwn anur r vr- pmim-
Jftft .IV. A Mm.
refrigerator, new motor, maho- :
gany, buffets 5360, .Mageon H.
Place, Diablo Heights,
FOR SALE --Twer ilrfs bicycles,
24 inch, new tires. One wood.:
high chair.. House No. 2244,
;,Carr,St4 ae;-1
FOR SALE: Apt. eixe Monarch
gae stove, lik new, chrome kit kit-chen
chen kit-chen act. 4 chairs, landix dryer.
Like new, Apr. 2539-C Cece Cece-li.
li. Cece-li. Facts. Figures
On Tonight s
title Battle
LOS ANGELES '(UPI)- Here
are the facts ana figures for to today
day today night's Virgil Akins1 Don
Jordan welterweight title fight
Prinemals : Chambioit ?' VirB'l
Aions .of St. Louis) ,vs to $on
tender. Don Jordai t Lot An-,
geles v. rf
Title at itak-iAlriBs't world
wlterweight championships.
Distance 15 rounds.
Place Olympic auditorium.
Betting Akins favored at 3-1.
Promoter-i-Cal Eaton.
Expcted crowd 7,000,
Expcted gate $55,000.-
Starting time 10 p.m. e.s.t.
Television Nationally to homes
by NBC, blackout; on 300-mile ra radius.
dius. radius. .
Radio Nationally by NBC.
TV-Radio money 150,000.
Fighters purses-Akins; gets 40
per cent of net recepts from
gat knd TV-radioj:. Jordan gets 2C
per cent, (no guarantees),
Retiirn-bout contract If Jordan
wins title, must give Akins return
title shot within 60 days at St.
Louis with percentages 30-30.
VICTOR
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PARADE

1090 Kilocycles
COLON ,

. Via rOKBAS 111 NOVEDAD1X

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Real Estate
v FOR SALI Lett 500 ind t.000
. mater, in the Nuevo Hipodremo
Urbanizatian,' across the Reman
. Racetrack. All lata with atreer
i front, aewage, water main end
electricity; Call W. fvicBarneH.'
T ToiV S-25C7V t ;
OR SALE Comf ortabla two
,v bedrooro concrete 1 home Avar-!
v looking Coronade Beach. Beaur;
tiful greundfs, fenced, fruit trees.".
Very reasonable. Panamj 3-6779: t
IN PAITILLA, opposite the new
schools. "LA IMVERSIONISTA"
is buil(.n, house and lots to
your style, easy payments. LA
INVERSION1STA, upstairs. Caia
de Aherros Tel. 2-3639.
. 1 i -.. .;
lesr one, (I) kW, end grey
Vludgie'V bird. Can Z-4346 or
heyse C311.A Lee Ries.
Leer vicinity Tivell Hotel Thenhs Thenhs--
- Thenhs-- giving rtignt eae bracelet gold
chain with JPhl lata Ks Key"
and 1 ether keys. Finder glees
eM 3.1252. PenmeV fewerd'
Miscellaneous';
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
IOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONI BALBOA I70
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WANTED: Experienced radio r
TV technicjane. Tropelce, S.A
45th street and Via ispaSa. ?
Boats ;&r Motors j
'.'FOR SAtl-16 ftloet 30 h.p.'
'-J meter with trailer and all- equip equip-"
" equip-" ment, $800, Ft Clayton 1A Tel.
B7.4I40. --.' f; v
FOR SALI-1957 Ivinruda enN
board motor, .15 k.f. telephone,
Gamboa 754. ' -'-
1 FOR SALE; Aristocraft Avaloa,
outboard boat, 15 font long, me- :
.hogany plywood hull, with .smHc '.
75 Mercury motor) complete with- i
-controls.-Telephoae Gamboa 754-
. FOR SALE 1955 Eyinrudo 25
h.p. Looks and runs like new,.
' Balboa 2-162. $230. Including
2 tanks, 2 props.
FOR SALE-Baautiful 17 ft.
Thunderbird cabin ,ct-u 1 e e i(
100. fiberglass. Coat $2250,
wlil sacrifice $1350 for gulch
cash sale. AIIRNATHT.
' FOR SALE : Fiberglass dinghies r:
reduced f $250.00. Used me
' tort from 3 h.p, to 35 h. p. Ac Accept
cept Accept reasonable offer ABERNA-T
THY SPORTING GOODS, across 1
.street Hotel Panami. Phone 3-:
' 0264,. I-6S95. 3-S435.
TOR SALE: Repossosen 20 ft.
' cabin cruiser,") f ifaerglassed. 'An
excellent, sef family host,
, $450.. Also two 25 h-P. Jehn-
'eon motors, $ 1 75, -oach,' ABER ABER-.
. ABER-. NATHY
Dogs
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies AKC
registered. Phone Navy 35 It.

USED CARS MUST GO

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1930 PontlacrordoV
$195.00
1
955Xhevi-oJef Fordor'
.-$1150.00
1955 Ford fordor
,$ii95,oa
1955 Packard hard top
$975.00,
1954 Ford Club Coupe
$695."00
1955 Plymouth Fordor 1
V. "!V'-' "1 .-.
; $895,00'
1955 Opel
$595.00
Us
1953 Buick fordor
I'M, (.
1 caoc m
1952 Cadillac fordor
$595.00

Your friendly Ford dealer
TEL. 2-0625

WANTED: Television technl-:
eian, apply in person to Halms,
S. A., Via EspaKa No. t.

-. WANTED Bilingual : tecretar
with shorthand, also bilingual ac
vceuntant, Serviclo y Colocacio :
, nes, Comara do Comercio, Apr.
"SERVICES
- TELEVISION SERVICI rJ
' yeur home
. w;. -don't pretend to guarantee
owr Work, Wo guarantee it
1 PHONE THE EXPERTS;
"trv
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
i rron xvenuo ro. 1S-ZO
'I. 'A .1.' 'fc m I'J.'.:.1.'..-.:1-
r- Protect your hom and proper
ty against- Insect da mag.
Prompt scientifi treatment n
;- mariency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Front Service,
Tansma,3-7977 or Colon 1777.
WANTED
WANTED Used freeser in l"
' good condition. CaH 3-1252, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, s.
WANTED:-Offie furniture.
dsrftins Tables and stools, in good
. condition. Write apartado 4356,
Penamdt
Wanted Position
! Young lady with good recem-
. mondatibns- seeks employment
" with American family hers or Y
abroad. Write Mies Castillo, agar
ado 3429, Panama, R. P.
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In Wake Of Debbie's Divorce Action

i mrvEW.Y HILLS. Calif., Dec
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I UPI Singer Eddie Fisher
" escorted raven-haired actress tu-
zabeth Taylor to Mike Romauotf s
awank restaurant for a champagne
and eavier dinner last mgnl-on-.
ly hours after Debbie Reynolds
- tiled for. divorce.
' it was. the first public date the
r boyish singer has had with Miss
, Taylor since his public dates wilh
' her in New York last September)
wMich led to th break up of his
marriage.
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" Mike Todd Jr.; ion of Mis fay-,
' 1mPi late husband, producer Mike
Todd, accompanied the couple to
the plush celebrity spot.
. Miss Reynolds, 26, mother of
the' 30-vear-old singer's two chil children,
dren, children, filed a divorce complaint in
" superior court charging grievous
- mental suffering but making no
' mention of Miss Taylor, 26.
' Miss Reynolds asked in her
' vorce complaint for a "just" share
of community property, custody of
' the two children, Carrie Frances,
2' land Todd Emanuel. 9 months,
plus alimony and child support.
5 'Fisher was not expected to con con-K
K con-K test the proceedings.
' Attornev Frank Belcher, repre representing
senting representing Miss Reynolds, said the
couple has failed so far to, arrive
at fa property settlement but he

California Base
Hies To Make Ready
Satellite Project
I TANDERBER G AIR FORCE
RASE, Calif., Dec. 5 (UPI) -Scientists,
engineers and construction
men worked feverishly here today
to ,ready this huge new Air Force
Base for .rrojeci uiscuycici, -program
aimed at putting a man
carrying satellite into space.
wrhm tWmisa Deoartment an
Aoyned today that the first shot
m 'th'iB Tvrnprim to find out bow
tfttput man into orbit and get
Wih back safely will be fired in a
limit .10 rilVX.
tk KiHo.ut TI S. satellites to
'W will be launched. These even
:tn7iv will include a five-ton art;
'ficial monn which is much bigger
than anything Russia has put into
trhit so far.
aiif. and monkev wuK Kl first.
roKtW nn the fifth or sixth
launching about the mindle of
vt. irr. When enoueh informs-
ion is obtained, a man will be,
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son Vandenberg was chosen for
this "roject is its location on the
' pacific missile range, the world's
Urjfest, which hx a clear shot
t the South Pole, the direction

Ih .Which all launchings trom nere
w!)'? be made.
V,In the Pacific, there is plenty
breeart in which to recover th
satellites and many islands vhiclvl
can be used as tracking nation. ;
a spokesman said. I
Experts believe the jutting sec-l
Won of coast may be the only I
place in the nation where it is
posjble to launch satellites inlo
jjolur orbits. It is only in a polar
orbit that a reconnaissance satel satellite
lite satellite uch as the Air Force Sentry
could "'ew the entire surface of
the earth.
TODAY! .75 .40
1-.0A, 1:35, 4:30, 6:45, 9:05 p.m.
The Wonderful Story of .
Two llttl runaway
In Japan!
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CAMERON MITCHELL
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expected agreement would be
reached within the next few days.
"There is community properly,
both real and personal, of great
value in the possession of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, the exact character, ex extent
tent extent and value of said propery is
unknown to plaintiff," Belcher said
in the complaint.
Miss Reynolds suggested the
court grant Fisher "reasonable
visitation rights" to see the chil childrenthe
drenthe childrenthe youngest of whom, Todd
Emanuel, was named after Mike
Todd.

Hans Chrislensen
Dies In Florida;
Was Wavy Worker
Word has been received of
the death in Port Tampa Cty,
Florida, on Nov. 22, of Hans
Johns Christensen, who resided
in the Canal Zone for 17 years.
Mr. Christensen was engaged
in construction work with the
Navy here until his retirement
two ar.d a fclf years ago. his
age was 70.
A native of Odinse, Denmark,
he had lived in Wakonda, S.D.,
before coming to the Zone
There he was a charter mem
ber, and was one of the last
surviving members of the or organizing
ganizing organizing group of Orphir Lodge,
No. 198 F. & A. M.
Following a memorial service
bv Lodge No. 20 F. & A. M. In
Tampa, the body was cremated
and its ashes sent to Wakonda.
On the Isthjuus, Mr. Christen Christensen
sen Christensen was also a member of the
Abou Saad Temple Shrine of
the Canal Zone.
Since retirement, he had liv
ed with his daughter, Miss He
len Marie Christensen, of 209
South Sparkman Street, in Port
Tampa, where he died after a
short illness.
He is also survived by a sis
ter, Mrs. Elsie Rasmussen of
Odinse, Denmark.
Mrs. C. Blanton
Dies In Gorgas
I Mrs. Christine Blanton. who
made her home in v Balboa with
her son-in-law, Max Conover, died
Tl..i.ln.. r it..
iuuisuj muiiuMg i uin-gas nw
pita! where sheJiad been a Datient
since Nov. 26. She was 76 years
old.
Mrs. Blaton was born in Colom Colombia
bia Colombia but was a citizen of the Unit-
ei states,
Grave side services were held
this morning at 10:30 at Corozal
Cemetery,
American Gal

Teenagers: Boys Are Poised

NEW YORK (UPI) American
boys could us some continental
manner's, says a teen-ager from
Utah.
Candy Anderson, a pretty 15-
year-old from Salt Lake Ciiy,
made her first trip to Europe ind
found that generations of moth
ers weren t kidding men across
the Atlantic are smooth as a
waltz.
'1 like boys Over there. Thev
are more polite more at ease wit.h wit.h-girls,
girls, wit.h-girls, more poised and talk
more." said Candy, after a 16-
day trip to Italy, France, Belgium
and Austria.
She received the trip as a
grand prize in the Seventeen mag
azine annual Christmas doll con

test. It is held in behalf of theparties in groups rather than as

Army Researchers
Work On Non-Lethal
Gas
NEW YORK (UPI) Army r
searchers-are working on a non
lethal immobilizing gas that could
rob an enemy army of the will
to fight, an ordnance official has
disclosed.
Maj. Gen. August Schomburg,
deputy chief of Army Ordnance,
told members of the American
Ordnance Association Wednesday
tk.t t V. u n A rr-. :
'"ol 1"5U r.iei.ue
on a laboratory cat. He showed
films in which the cat made no
response to a mouse until the
mouse touched the cat. Then tne
cat leaped several feet off the
floor in terror.
"I think you will agree with me
that this gas obviously possesses
great oossibilities," he said. "We
are still a long way from achiev achieving
ing achieving anything like this, and thai
is why I have listed this item un under
der under things to be done.
"It would be nice to be able
to fight at least part of a war
without killing or wounding any anyone
one anyone or without property danru;4e.
This might be achieved by the
use of n aerosol which would be
breathed by enerty troops and
would temporarily diminish their
will to fight and resu or possi possibly
bly possibly just make them sleepy, but
leave no permanent adverse of-

Modern girls wouldn't be in insulted
sulted insulted if you told them their hoir
looked like o mop they don't
know what a mop looks like.
Negro Mothers Keep
Xids From Schools;
Face Jail Terms
NEW YORK, Dec. 5 (UPI)
Four Negro mothers faced jail
sentences today for keeping their
children out of Harlem junior high
schools which they charged were
segregated and inferior to the ci city's
ty's city's predominantly white schools.
The women were found guilty
yesterday of violating the state's
law on compulsory school attend attendance
ance attendance bv Justice Nathaniel Kaplan
of the domestic relations court.
division. He told them to return
their children to public school or
enroll them in equivalent institu institutions
tions institutions before sentencing Dec. 14.
Paul B. Zuber said the mothers
would try to place their children
in private schools and would ap
peal Kaplan s decision. Ail nad
tried unsuccessfully to have their
children assigned to schools out outside
side outside the Harlem area.
The judge dismissed similar
charges against a mother who en enrolled
rolled enrolled her daughter in a Boston
private school and another mother
who sent her son back to public
school after her arrest.
Shoppers Offered
Special Rail Fares
2 Days, 2 Weeks
Special round trip train fares
will be offered by the Panama
Railroad next Wednesday and
Thursday and the same days the
following week-for Pacific side
shooDerS who want to see what
the Atlantic side has to offer and
for Atlantic siders who want to
do the same on the Pacifie side.
. The shoopers' special round trip
fare will be the price of a regu
lar one-way ticket, $1.25 for first
class and 75 cents for second
The special reduced' tale jitp jitp-Dlicable
Dlicable jitp-Dlicable only on the 'trains leav leaving
ing leaving Colon at rf:45 a.m. and Pana Panama
ma Panama at 9:55 a.m. Return trips must
be made on the trains leaving Pa Panama
nama Panama at 3:10 p.m. or 4:45 p.m. or
colon at 3 p.m. or 5:10 p.m.
No reduced fare Will be grant
ed children nor will there be i
proportionate reduction for oassen
gers boarding the shopper's spe
cial at wav stops, such as Gam
boa or Gatun.
Digs European
roster Parents' Plan, Inc. Dolls
are distributed lo underprivi underprivileged
leged underprivileged children in Europe, the Mid Middle
dle Middle East and Korea.
This year, about 45,000 Ameri American
can American teen-agers made dolls, and
Candy helped pass them out.
She met teen agers, was invited
to their homes, and decided that
European parties have the edge
over the home-thrown variety.
"People dress up more, and
their parties are fancier. It's more
of an occasion more like a real
party," she said.
Dance steps are different ("1
can't describe them") and boys
and girls trade partners. They
don t go steady, are almost never
without a chaperone. and eo to
twosomes.
Parties also were mixed adults
and youngsters.
"We never do that, but I was
surprised it was fun," Candy
said.
In Rome, she was a guest' of
honor at a dinner party given by
a former cabinet minister, and
attended a night club. In Paris,
she saw a fashion show at the
house of Dior, and in Austria
went to the ballet.
"Every day was like Christ Christmas,"
mas," Christmas," she said.
Teen agers expected her to
wear blue jeans ("I, didn't even
take along a pair of stacks") and
act like a movie American
"But I guess they found I was
just like them. I think they're
.,. ,M.h 1ik. ..... .u.
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JEREMY CHRISTMAS
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HI BESUM TO WORK.

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Organized Labor Staffs Drive
To Up Federal Minimum
VwWASHmnTON. nee. S (UPI) Orcanixed laber and its allies launched a. major drive to

day to obtain an Increase in the

workers not now covered. .,-'..". vv v.:; .
New demands for Congress to revamp the Fair Labor, Standards Aet vera expected to re result
sult result from a two-day conference marking the 20th annivessary erthe minimum wage law.

The AFL-CIO and the national consumers League, joint sponsors or tne meeting, unea
up such new deal headliners as former Secretary t Labor Frances Perkins and economist Leon
Keyserling to address their conference. i m
The Labor Federation was on record in favor of a 25-cent boost in the minimum to $1.25

and extension of coverage to nearly II .million additional wage

Secretary of' "Labor James P.
MitcheH did not commit himself
oh a higher, minimum or broader
coverage in bis prepared remarks.
Mitchell said he would ask Jon Jon-gress
gress Jon-gress to amend the act to author authorize
ize authorize him to sue n employer to re recover
cover recover back wages for an under underpaid
paid underpaid worker without the worker's
written, permission, as now requir required.
ed. required. 'i, .iV" '"'
He said many works's are r
' luctant to giv thair consent -van
though they have been paid
wages below 4 legal mini minimum.
mum. minimum. Former PanCanal
Employe W. K. Keyes
Dies In Cincinnati
W. Russell Keyes. former Canal
employe, died at Cincinnati, unio,
Nov. 2. according to word receiv
ed this week in the Canal Zone.
He was 50 years old.
Mr. Keyes came to the Canal
organization as a clubhouse stew-!
ard in December 1940 and resign resigned
ed resigned in 1943. He. was reemployed m
1946 as clubhouse manager the po
sition he held until his resignation
July 2, 1951.
Following his return to the. Unit
ed States, Mr. Keyes was employ
ed as state dietitian for the men mental
tal mental institutions of Ohio and made
his home in Logan. He was on a
business trip to Cincinnati at the
time of his death which followed a
brief illness.
Funeral services were held at
logan followed by burial at rove
Cemetery. He Is survived by his
wife, Alice, and a son. Randy.
Group To Protect
Animals Adopts
Its Constitution
The board of directors of the
Canal Zone Society ior the- Pre Prevention
vention Prevention of Cruelty to Animals held
their second meeting at the Civil
Affairs Building to act on the a-
doption of a constitution ana tne
election of officers.
Following a reading and discus
sion of the Constitution and By
Laws to eovern the Society, the
document was approved, Accoru
ing to the stipulations of the Con
stitution ana By laws me oojec
tives of the Society are to pro
mote kindness to and prevent
crueltv to animals, sponsor educa
tion towards this end. protect wild
life and assist enforcment author
ities in alleged violations of the
Canal' Zone laws.
Bv the first of next year this
Society will be ready to solicit
members. Annual dues for aduns
will be $2,00 and $1.00 for Junior
members (under 21 years of age).
It is expected by the Board of
Directors that this will be an ac
tive organization, in view of the
large number of persons who
have expressed their interest in
much good in the community.
The elected officers of the orga
nidation are: Thelma M. Jameson,
president; Philip L. Dade, vice-
president; and, Berta L. Lewis,
secretary -treasurer.
The members of the Board of
Directors are: Lady Henderson;
Mrs. George H. Wales; Mrs. T.
H. Landon; Rabbi Nathan Wltkin;
Bishop R. H. Gooden; Capt. VV.
E. Rodimon and Maj. B. A. Dar Dar-den.
den. Dar-den. Polish Croup
Report Favorably
On US Know-How
WARSAW, Dec. $ (UPI) A
Polish parliamentary delegation
just back from a visit to the Unit United
ed United States reported, favorably to today,
day, today, on America's know-how in
construction of one-family houses.
Members of the group, which
included state planning onu onu-sioner
sioner onu-sioner Boleslaw Jaszczuk, said
they believed some American
home-building methods might be
applicable in Poland.
S MrlAOIT BAO

A Yuletidc Story

THC LAZY MEM

WWKb ALU (.UNMJ5HU... iec ero&M&C J TO PUT JPieCUftBO I Pll?lT OP CHRISTMAS. ?

Federal .minimum wafe and

ft'
'Any man woo cheats bis em employes
ployes employes will not : be expected to
look kindly' upon being dragged
into court by one of them," Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell said. The cabinet member
asked more workers to complain
if tbeir; employers violate the
waee-hour law,' v.. -: ', i
, Labor's argument for a boost
in minimum standards were to be
advanced by AFL CIO President
George' Meany when he epeak( at
a banquet tonight
The present $1 an hour mini
mum went into effect March 1,
1956. ;
, MI?chH prtpofd .tKBanding
coverage te include 2,500,000
more workers at the i last se
aiort M Csngress but no action
was taken to amend th law.
About 24 million employes in
909,000 firms now are covered by
tlie act, which provided for a 25
cents an-hour minimum when it
Locks' Conversion
60-CycIe Power
Begins This Month
The largest single, job in a pro
ject to place all frequency-sensit
ive equipment -in tne uanai tone
on 60-cycle power gets underway
this month wnen wort Begins on
the conversion of the canal locks,
the Panama Canal Review has re
ported. -..''.'
1 1 CH ill ill M l J nuim, J n
mental basis, Has been going on
since Nov. 12 at Pedro Mi
- I J I aw. t n n f T hurv,,r mm n Hiun.
guel Locks where the contractor,.
.-1 1 i 1. l K.1
uonsouaaiea interna iiunai meci meci-trie
trie meci-trie Company of New York, has
been carrying out experimental
conversion on tne east wait equip
ment which could be spared from
the Locks Service.
The $2.00.000 contract, however
really swings into full force De
cember IS when the east chamber
at Pedro Miguel Locks will' be
taken out of service to allow' con
version work to proceed without
interruption. The east chamber
will be closed to traffic until Qs
cember 31, according to ; 'sched
ule prepared by the contractor.
After all eauioment on the east
side of Pedro Miguel Locks is con
verted, the contractor's men wm
move to the west chamber at tne
same locks. The schedule calls for
the "west side to be out of service
from January 12 through January
28.
During the period when the
Locks are undergoing conversion,
they will be operated on a 24-hour
schedule, following the same over overhauls
hauls overhauls when one lane is out; of serv
ice. No interference witn the nor normal
mal normal flow of traffic is anticipated.
While the varioui lock chambers
are out of service, the contractor
wiU also convert electrical equip
ment in the Lock control houses,
shoos, and offices.
The second set of Locks to be
converted will be the two-steo
flights at Miraflores,, and the tri triple
ple triple flights at Gatun will eivl 'h
nroject. According to present es estimates,
timates, estimates, the conversion of the
Locks should be completed 'about
the middle of next year, except
for cleanup work.
The specifications for the Locks
conversion were among the bulk bulkiest
iest bulkiest put out here in several yeaifs,
because of the amount of work to
be done. They lifted a total of
423 bid-Items, ranging from eauio
ment and apoliances for operating
the miter gates, the chain tenders,
and the machinery, which swings
the Miraflores Bridge span The
Pacific Area conversion specifica
tions, however, listed some 40,000
items, the bulk o' these being
household equipment.

NOTICE

Fishermen, Athletes, Boatsmen and Skin Divert.
' Our store will be closed next Monday Panama
National holiday. For' your convenience vve wilj. 1
' remain open until 9:00 p.m. Saturday, v
ABERNATHY SPORTING GOODS
"Where friends meet and your patronage appreciated."
Aeross Street Hotel Panama

fVVS .MOT OUT HGRfif X LOOK CPVCTMSt AAASIC Br. V I i
I Uesirt-AAc Akin cc lAit rue rtjpm fusrc I P'iRADftCTTWAT THt? H-

extend It to Include mdlions of

ana salary workers. .;
first went into effect on Oct. 24,
Of the 20 million "wage and ca
lary workers not covered, about
13,500,000 are not considered in involved
volved involved in interstate commerce.
The other 6,500,000 are exempt
w various reasonsv
I
Smog Over London
Threatens Lives
LONDON. Dee. f t tUPI)
Britons were warned tpday that
25 straight' days of fog was
turning to the same Kina oi
smog that killed 10,000 persons
stt years' ago.
Tne waminr was sounded by
Dr. B. T. X3ummings, n scientist
at London's Bartnolomew's hos hospital,
pital, hospital, whew hundreds ,of vic victims
tims victims of the 1952 scourage were
rushed for emergency treat treat-ment.
ment. treat-ment.
Smog blanketed Britain for
three 'days at that time after
weeks or foe; that crippled com communications
munications communications and disrupted the
nation's economy
Today, the heavy grey blan
ket covered 30 countries and
an area of some 28,000 square
miles.'
Cummings warned that smoke
pollution In the air over Lon
don had reached the limit be
yond which it Was considered
unsafe.
Britain; To Let
US Cftild-Wife
Stay With Sailor
L0ND6N (UPI) Britain Blans
to let the. 14-year-old. wife of an
American serviceman' stay in. this
country despite 0e, uteoar raised
over her age.;';lVI-i:-:
Home -Secretary it A. Butler.
whose office rules on whether or
not aliens can stay in Britain, said
yesteraay mat earoara Scruggs ot
White Plains, Va.. .entered the
country legally;.
Barbara came her last week
to join her husband, 21-year-old
Mary's, Ga., a sailor. --
Her" arrival caused an uproar
in the press in. Britain, where such
young marriages are i illeal. La-
borite m e m b-e r ; of Parliament
Marcus Lipton suggested the leave
the country.
Earlier, the tabloid Dailv
Sketch advised Britons to stop
criticizing such 7oung brides as
Barbara Scruggs and start worry
ing about British teenagers who
are working as strippers -or pros
titutet. .-it ...
Nasser To Meet
Tito At Port Said
CAIRO, Dec. t (UPI1 -President
amal Abdel Nasser of the
Unit: i Arab Republic meets Yu-
foslavia's President Tito today at
ort Said, Informed sources said.
The' two leaders will dine toget
her tonight and presumably have
a conference before Tito's yacht
the Seagull enters the Suez Ca
nal en route to Indonesia.? :
Tito- left Yugoeslavi "Monday
with his wife, his physician and
a five-man delegation to return a
state call to President Sukarno of
Indonesia and is expected to make
state isits at Burma and Ceylon
and pay a private visit to India.
BY WALT SCOTT

334 : Latin American Students
Graduate Today At Ft. Guliclc

Diplomas were presented today
to 334 students from 17 Ameri American
can American nations during graduation
ceremonies held at the United
States Army Caribbean School,
Fort OuilcK"
Members of the Diplomatic
Corps, high-ranking-Panama
nian ana united states aigrutar.
leg were on hand to witness the
exercises.
Students' graduated from 13 of
the School's 20 different courses
which include a variety of mod
ern military subjects.
The largest single contingent
KraauatinK belonged to mcara
gua,. which had R8 officers and
enlisted men in- the' graduating
class.
Other nations, with students
graduating were: Bolivia, Brazil,
costa Rica. cupa, Ecuaaor, j
Salvador. Guatemala. Haiti,
Honduras, Mexico Panama, Par J
aguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
and the United states.
' Music for the exercises was
provided by the lOthjArmy land
of Tort Clayton,, r r
Monslgnor Jesus ft e r r a no,
Bishop of Colon, -gave the Invo
cation ana Benediction.
Col, Cecil Hlmes, commandant
CAA Employes May
Get Hew Home;
At Cerdonas Silo
The i n g 1 n-eertotr v Htm pt,
Holme and Narver, inc., or los
Angeles, has been engaged to
make a preliminary design for a
townslte development at Carde Cardenas
nas Cardenas Jor use by thecirll Aeronaut
tics Administration: the Panama
Cnai Review has disclosed.'
:The. contract for'the prelim
inary report ana- analysis was
signed bv'Lt. toh' Robert D.
Rrown.- Jr.. Engineering -: and
nonstruction Dllfctor.V as on
tr acting 6f fleer fpr the Panama
canai company. -' i :t
' i U .1
The townaite ef Catfttnfti.lft-
cated back of c6rozal, was part partly1
ly1 partly1 developed about eight years
acre hv .lh Canal organtzaUon.
Plans were abandoned after she
townslte of Los Rlos vaf xeieasea
by the Army. c i
An access road si to the1 jea
from aaillard HUthway was built
and much of the rough grading
was done. Two water .tanks were
Installed and some ot the muni municipal
cipal municipal installations,- such as
drainage, were made.
The engineering llrm has been
asked to prepare preliminary e
timates for a townslte develop
ment including municipal la labilities,
bilities, labilities, an elementary school
and pIaygrounds--suitable lor
over 50 buildings; Including both
bachelor and family' apartments.
The contract calls Tor com completion
pletion completion of the report wlthih 45
aays. r -1
treaty Drafting ;
For Tests Ban
Starts In Geneva
GENEVA, Dec. S UPI) -united
States, and Hussianv x
perts began Jointly drafting- a
nuclear test nan 6 treaty wjuj
after more than a month of rer rer-bal
bal rer-bal sparring.
offir.ta.ls from the three nu-
clear riowera were meetina: a In
Geneva's sprawling fis' ues
wations in a first "working par
ty" attempt to mesh Eastern
and western opposing view! in into
to into a nagreed first treaty article,
All three nowers have -accept
ed the idea of a link between a
ban on nuclear tests and a con control
trol control organ-to police It But the
We A has yet to pin Russia down
on paper to1- Just how flwn that
link should be. 1
The conference flecwed yester.
dav t was' lar enough alona the
road to set up Its first drafting
party. But conference sources
stressed that the toughest part
of the Job lav ahead. ;
East and West still are wide widely
ly widely snlit on such fundamental
oroblema as the scope. powers
and responsibility of a control
organization. 1
British" Thank
Conlribufbrs
To Haiq Fund,
The' British Embassy- in Pana
ma has taken this opportunity of
informing the Briy'ii commumt;
nd their frienda who contribute
this" year to ,the Earl Hai .Fund
for ex-servicemen that a letter of
warm thanks has been received
from the director of appeals Brit
ish Legion, London. 1
'Would you please eonvsy o
all who subscribed to, or in any
way assisted with the work of the
acpeal,, the heartfelt appreciation
of all at 1 this headquarters1 for
their services to the Fund. Such
support gives us the greatest pov
ible encnurasement in nur efforts

nrt .' is most gratefully acknowlwL,

v 'Jut' V

of the school, made the Intro
ductlon, and Brig. GenMllton L.
Ogden, United States. Army .Ca-
ricoean ,-neputy commanding
general, made the- graduation
speech and presented the diplo-
mas ana awarda to the students,
Athletic ..awards went, to Lt.
Kladlo Irlarte p. from Santa Ele Ele-na,
na, Ele-na, Paraguay, whose learn won
ue sscnooi'a soccer championship
and Sgt. Luis Olmedo Reyes, wh :
represented the winning volley
deceptions, comnlete with
dance bands were eld for th ;
students and their guests .attar
tne oiiiciai graduation ceremo- ;
nles were completed.
, The United States Arm Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean School Is operated by
the United states Army as an
aid in keeping Latin American
men-at-arms up to date on

tlon and tactics, ,tj t

Vcathcr Or Not
This1 weather renort for ttta ti
hours ending S a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
ana uyarograpnie Braneh of th
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Crisiebal
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WIND: ;
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