The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:02753

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Htppy, persjpiriny fcargtin-hunters ttrurt led Around Ralbo
"today with arpiloada f tric--brc, ridlni tw-dollar fcieyeles,
' nd eintchiat Balboa freer bought at a price' which, would dis
tony National Brewery ceneral manager Mayor Alfredo AlemaB
at much; attareebae errot- by a Cerreia Balboa infielder.
Tw auction sales coincided today, Canal Zone Police hsM
one at the Balboa wolice tatlon where they aold" unclaimed lost
property. The Panama Canal Company it holding .; &j4onf
auction of unclaimed cargo ihipmenta.

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' cheapest beer in,, tow.,
n ,1
iBrfcns fear fty
;j1jpe'Iiiraing:
Ihio Killer Srndg
! i LONDON7 (UPD-y Britons fear fear-ted
ted fear-ted yesterday 'that etrtight, dyi:
of thick' iog might 'be turning nto
a Jtiller' amog itmila- toTthos one,
that caused 4,0M 'eat. in 1952.
".tor; B, Tt"Cummingi of. Barthol Barthol-wnew'a
wnew'a Barthol-wnew'a Hospital where many
einor victims were treated for

ichest-ailments in In ast scourge j,v0f EOods from, baby's iwlngs
warned that smoke pMurton ; -) to heavy machine parts,
s London had reached the limit ofi , ,
' safety t v 4 Bidding opened at 8 a.m. and

'B.wuM'1 the tart,of:ih.;pwWch
same kind of mog we lid;inday work i
ISM," h;s.id. J-'Jcanillone,
r'tL- 'v-u r Cheeeon.'.

tli"fo6 liftedf sfighWover Lob
' don during the day and thips and
planes wete.:' able to dprt But
in 30. !coun:ie' there still was s
cottony r blanket that -paralysed
saransportstion t
t Two inmsies-. WcJped frijl
AChelmrford Prison in Esse", on
Thursday night in the 'ogv Policef-

. lound them yesterday, shivering la
'the icy mists, inside the prison
.grounds, ,,
. N The Royal XAutomobile Club
.'ireorted motoring conditions as
"chaotic." -Abandoned cars lined
",marky roadsides nil over the eotuv
-try. In. the midland coAlhhe7 Ice
. on the roads dde; to the onr

; Trainr also wr stalled. Sec
fretary of State for Scotland John
feMcLay sat in r fogbound train,
' .between London and Glasgow..
' At St. John's Railway Station
In Lewisham, 25 miles : outside
( v London; mere was a memory of
, another fog- a year ago Thursday
' in which a train -conision killed 9Q
t:-" persons. 1 '.f i

Camboa Theater
Closed For Repoiri
Of Termite Hoyoc;
.'-.;"'. ,,
' 'The motion picture theatet at
' Gsmboa was closed to the public
j rhuttiv nA will rmiin-.rlnr'
for approximately the next 'ten'
, days; it has been announced : by
;tho Supply and Community; Serv Service
ice Service Bureau, i
.Curing the time j., the; the
. ter is closed. 1 nee i.n?ry repari
to termue dimsge will be com
i pie.ea.

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From The Cops)

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The Balboa beer formed one
the star, lotr at the Police,
There" "ere- three quart-size
bottles' hi, ft bag complete with
bottle opener, probably abandon abandoned
ed abandoned by some' midnight reveller
who couldn't take any more, and
discovered In the cold light of
early-dawn by a vigilant patrol-
marv jt f.
Off-duty policeman Patrick
McDonnell,' standing .in as an
auctioneer,, pushed the bidding
ud briskly a nickel at a time and
his hammer finally crashed at
35 cents- for the three bottle.
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' The lucky buyer was Clayton
Blake of Cf rasquilla, Panama
City, wlro seemed to be speculating-
whether to drink It, or
self it back to the brewery at
a profit.
' Police. Capt: Stewart P; Trail
walked happily awat with a Nat
King Cole record tucked tinder
his arm. The title was "Love is
Thr Thing"- And he bid fiercely
against strong Teenage' eompe-,
titlon before his competitors fi
nally gave lip at one dollar.
A good hargam was a o con
ta'iftlisj? five- cartons of Chester
field cigarettes' and six car tons-
of matches. This went foe; $2.60.
Bidding was strong for a tot me-
chanical crane which was bought
by one of the Balboa jail guards.
'aalK was-a British-made Ral-
jHch bicycla which Irishman
,1 raoonneu poimea out, wi o j
'.no means, new, but unlik the
American velea for sale., v-
.erythlng en H worked andL the
lehrominm-and eelulose wft as
ood as when it left the (fac (factory,
tory, (factory, ' i
" -:i f .r,v' 'f'fVrt' -.
. Meanwhile well ovei" 300 people-were
bidding bv noontime at
the Pan Canal auction sale at
; Buildin? Nft. 40" -in the Industrial
: area of B'alboa. ;
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' -A total of l4o loU ate' being
offered and include a vast Vsrie
Ait xpectl to b-o on Into the eve-
will be a heavy
for .the Auctioneer,
policeman
R.
hjosser Bids Tito
4dieu WitK U.A.R.
rn-crn Solute
PORT SAID. Dec. (UPlV-Ytt-
eslavia Marsha' Tito sailed
through the Sues Canal today, a a-board
board a-board his yacht, the Caleb.
'U.A R. President r.amsl Abdel
Nasser, who met with Tito last
night, saw him oi. as the uaieo
entered the Canal U.A.R. warships
fired aJarewell salute.
Vii-' t'Wfjy '!'.
Tito is scheduled lo mum to
the United Arab Republie for a
longer visit on his way home
from his teurof ,the Mideast and
Asia. y

United Find Drive Falls $2,660.50
Short Of God; Few More Coming
ivif h f, A .ft;.-''?'--: i;.v-,.... ii uf. 1 ; ;., ',,
fc (With Just a few more dollar expected to trickle In be be-fore
fore be-fore the end of the year, the controller of the Canal Zone's
United Fund drive announced today that the campaign fell
f IJ666.5I ahort of iU goaL 1 V
Controller : Stephen Powelson aaid total eollectlona
amounted to fl22.333.5t or VI percent Of the 3125,008 goal.
The campaign, which to all Intents and 'purposes came came-'
' came-' to an end Dee. 1, saw only two agencies reach their dollar
C-imi. tK?-' '!; ':':"''' ''-"'fj
i; The Panama, Canal Co; eoaghed wp a jtotal of 65,033.9t,
of 112.3 percent of its 157,900 goaJ. ' v5
' : : The special gifts committee, headed by Panama Cltv ln-j
surance man Clay Bandel, came through with 326,095.35 or
IM.i percent of iU 825,000 goal. ;
t' Powelson said that alt United Fund Agencies, were assur assur-'
' assur-' ed of getting their budget requests because of contingency
' provisions In the overall United Fond budget.
(:, Other: agencies and their contributions: x 1y Cvj-i
? Army, 2,S00 or 75.i percent of a 327,600 goal; 'Navy, Y

: ssnss.4 or S.3 percent of a
' 35315.79 or 74.3 percent of a

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SUPPLY DIVISION general manager John 3. Barton (center) is flanked at a National Brew Brewery
ery Brewery lunch' in his honor yesterday by former President Dr. Harmodlo Arias, publisher of': The.
Panama American (left) and Brewery general manager Mayor, Alfredo Aleman (white uit)

and Brewery presiaent xomas

Zone Exec Echoes Potter
During Brewery Luncheon

Panama Canal Co; Supply Dm
sion- general manage John J
jBairtoit.told Panam-4wsiRessrmM
yesterday, that ihey'had sold-"w-
verai nunareds oi tnousanas oi eat-,
lars'' :w0rth of their 'waies to tht
Panama Canal an recent montns
on i stfictly competitive asiss .4
Barton told his listeners1, that if
their prices and quality hid not
been, competitive they woujd -npt
have, got the business.
H repeated the, declaration of
Canal, Zone Gov... William E. .Jfpi .Jfpi-tr
tr .Jfpi-tr in his October Chamber of
Commerce speech to Panama busi
nessmen', that tne canal .one is
not ,a "captive market" far Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian merchants ;.
He also repeated Potter's staW
ment on .thai -occasion that, the,
Canal Zone can be a goldmine for
Panama businessmen who .are
prepared to dig lot the gold.
Barton, spoke a guest of honor
at.; Jnncheon ssven in his honor
by the board of direction! of the
National Brewery.
. In proposing a toasr to Barton
Breworyi.presidont Thomas, Oa
briel Dvqv ald that in' .. tho
short time h had boon hare fear;
ton -had begun to provido evi evi-denee
denee evi-denee of sincere cooperation and
understsnding batweon Panama
tiiana and North Americans.-
" H noted that Potter and Barton
have recently announced periodic
meetings .between Panamanian
businessmen and. industrialists
and Canal Zone purchasing offi
cials.
Barton, in a passing allusion,,
suggested that much of tha furore
which followed Potter's Chamber of
Commerce apeechthere : were
proposals in the National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly that the vUS should be haled
before the World Court of Justice
at The Hague for failure to com
ply with US-RP treaty provisions.
--arose rrom misunaerstaings.
Guests at the -luncheon includ included:
ed: included:
Dr. Harmodio Arias, publisher

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ager of "La Estrella Sugar refi refinery,.
nery,. refinery,. Bart Elich, merchandise
promotion manager of the Supply
Division; J.- O. Des Londes admi administrative
nistrative administrative officer of the : store-
730t goal; and jur force.
17201 goal.

QaDriet Duque.

Infuse Dfa-isionr Wallace Bain, ebld
norage suppiy orncer; wavy torn torn-maRdec,
maRdec, torn-maRdec, HJHWtaladerrSupply
oiticer;iytwmjteMifton: Hir.
f y, Exohange Officer r Major Mi-
j rosier, s.creiary of the' Fort
Amador Officer Club; Major
Hem? Gerercke, TJS Army-Caribbean
Provost. Marshal. T
Brewerly official who attended
the luncheon included Enrique Li Linares,,
nares,, Linares,, Jr., tec president of the
bosrd; directors Alejandro' A? Du Duque
que Duque and Alberto Arias; board trus trustees
tees trustees Alfredo Aleman Jrt, Jose
G. Duque and Roberto-Heurtemat-te?
general manager Alfredo Ale Ale-man,
man, Ale-man, Scv and assistant general
manage Alejandro A. Duque, Jr.
Other guests were: V. Mais, ut
the Chiriqui Land Co.? Angel
Grimas,' of Vinicola licorera. 3.
A.; Cot Charles Deerwester, Vnf
iiuuui -fisuireri; AUgUSto 8.
Boyd, of Gua-dia and Co,: Anto
nio Tagaropulos, of Tagaropulos
international, Inc.; Demetrid Ru Ru-aodimos,"
aodimos," Ru-aodimos," of IndustriajrrTsgaropu IndustriajrrTsgaropu-los,
los, IndustriajrrTsgaropu-los, Inc'i Felipe E. Motttv of Mo.
ta Brothers; Jorge I. Conte, pre president
sident president "f the Association 'of Indui Indui-tirislistsr
tirislistsr Indui-tirislistsr Henrique Obarrio, man man-agef
agef man-agef of the Banco Nscioiial, Louis
Gomet.of the Chase Manhattan
Bankr J.- Paul 'Sidebo'ham, M the
naiiona city Bank; Alexandre Ni Ni-Wlajevir.tof
Wlajevir.tof Ni-Wlajevir.tof the Panama Trust Co.
Jelllner Completes
Inlrodoclory flight
Fdrpcody Service
MIAMI.. Dec. (UPI -A Na-
tionsUAir Lines -four-engine jet
completed it preview 'flight of U.
S. commercial jet service when it
landed at International .-Airport
here at 12.34 p.m. -.
The "Boeing 70T left. Idelwild
ventional airlines time for the flight
about lour hours. Scheduled let
flights on the route are, to begiji
jjecio.'1 w u ,. . i-.,'y
The1 graceful ship, its four' en engine
gine engine trailing 'smoW.es me into
view over Miami shortly before
12:30 p.m. ?:
In brilliant sunUght, it maife a
long sweep to the southeast, turn turned
ed turned back to the east ans swept Tow
over downtown Miami as hundreds
stood on rooftops to watch iL.
turned northward for a low run
along Miami Beach's glittering ho hotel
tel hotel .tow before Lsnding.

Military -;i0F.ove To Make

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (tlPl
Military standard'sation experts
reported yenerday the a,r m e d
forces, which used to buv 88 dif
ferent kinds of erasers, havt cut
the fingure te'iev
Anv expectinn of f praiset Was
quickly dashed. .(i';-.v CI"'"
-s "K you people didn't me .'so
many mistakes. commented .ep
Porter 'Tardy Jr,, D-Vai,
"You
woudln't Jiave,Ui!have veir that
m any.:;. 'i'. i-r:'
The expert did not say how

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Airline Execuiive
Suggests Free Port
At Tocumen Airport
A call was made last night, for
establishing a free port rXo&j
ment airport, which weOld Vb i
':pughel for' .Pans ma. traflfc in
f'The Jtiggesftonl inraa v made thf
sales .manager of pan' American American-Grace
Grace American-Grace -Airways, at the press eon-
terence at the El; Panama Hilton.
McCoun said that because of
It'l'jeographrc situation, Panama
s a natural center for commerce
and turism. Situated as it is. the
Isthmus, however, ha-d tremendous
possibilities to expand in this di
rection.
e aaia mat me experience
gaineo wrough the flounshung Co Colon,
lon, Colon, Free Zone showed that Pana
mg must -expand now bv making
Tocumen a free port, too. This
would make a stop here by sir
line, passengers, the most attrac
tive Hjt the world.
pther cities, such as Amster Amsterdam!'
dam!' Amsterdam!' Curacao, Shannon and Hong
jK.ong,nar a;ne this with great
success and world travellers con considered,
sidered, considered, stop in these, places in-
aispemtMe in theit itinerary.
ISut none of thes cities, Oecter Oecter-ed
ed Oecter-ed McCbun made aUch a natural
world shopping center as Pana
ranagra would be the first to
help a free port at Tocumen and
bring it to the notice of their mil-
norts of passengers .nd distribute
brochures round ie world.
Body Of Mining
Seaman Found
InGatun Lake
xne noay oi scotusn seaman
missing from his ship since Tues
aay nurnt was touna rioatin? in
Ga tun v Lake yesterday half a
mile from where the hip was
anchored.
V The' man was engineer David
Macdonald 35, of Greenock, Scot Scotland
land Scotland He was not married.
His ship was the Norscot. an
English tanker which was making
a northbound transit rrom the
U.S.,1 West Coast to Curacao.
She anchored ur Gatuo Lake
on Tuesday night and iav the
morning, Macdonald was found tc
be'm'using. His bed had not been
slept in. I 'wurri
; The body was first seen by ar
my, employe Vernon McDonald
who was taking a J Boat through
the Canal. An inquest will he held.
mev had aaved the tax-apy-
ers by standardizing military eras
ers,1.- '.
They appeared c foi'e a House j
armed services subcommittee to
telt how 'the armed forces have
spent 132 million dollars catalog,
ing some 33,500,000 items purchas purchased
ed purchased by the military services with
th aim of ell-ninating costly hi
plication.
They had these other items of
good news:
The services formally bought 170

PIONEER III

CAP I Canaveral, IH.,
Dec. (UPI) Facts and fig.
ur on the Army moonrecket:
'TOTAL HII6HT w 7i feet.
TOTAL WEIGHT -more then
t tons. v.
FIRST STAGE An Army
Jupiter mii trie modified to ac accommodate,
commodate, accommodate, the High peed ;.op.
per stages. ,s-'i: -'.7.
SECOND STATE A Ringr
shaped cluster of 11 ualed-down
(in she) Sergettit tslld fMeL
rockets. '. 1 ir
- THIRD STAGE A conceit-,
trie battery of 3 ctdl down
Sergeant rockets; 4
FOURTH STAGE A single single-scaled
scaled single-scaled down Sergtsnt topped by.
the eayload. : z
- PAYLOAD A cene-iheped,
gold-plated package weighing
12.9$ pounds, about, 23 inches
long, 10 inches wide et its cbv
culir base. It contains a l.V l.V-pound
pound l.V-pound battery pewerd radio
transmitter, two Glgr-MuIUr
tubes to measure radiation in
space, a photoelectric $ cell de device
vice device to. receive light reflected
from the, moon, and a wire-andr
weight de-spin dev'ce to slew
down rotation of the piyfoad.
The radio trensmitter oprates:.
on frequency of WOS mge mge-cyclei.
cyclei. mge-cyclei. Xmas Postage Sense:
Check Stamps First,
Then Lick & Stick
A triple check on the amount
of DOatase affixed to Christmas
cards and tetters is as important
this Irear as getting them into the
mail grtyXanal xw posm au
thorrtfei have announced
BsHif.nifsit;teasa;
rm.nmA
cards iand
ers with insufficient
it. This will cause away
nil Avv nrevent the mail from
reaching its destination before the
holidays;
Postsl rates have been an announced
nounced announced as follows; first' claw
regular mil for local delivery or
to the "United States is a. 4 cents
an ounce; airmail to the United
States is 7 cents nd ounce; first
clasa mail for delivery within
the postal delivery area may be
sent for 3 cents per ounce; print printed
ed printed linseale cards may be sent
out -both locally and to the UnuV
i iot fnr v cents ever ounce.
Postal authori'ie also reminded
local residents that Friday; Dec.
12, (s the zero hour tor Teau'iu
man to be sent xo me oiaies. iui
yieUvprv before Christmas, and
irtiaii should be sent by Dec. 15.
Pnat nf'ice natrons -have been
iH tn take delivery of packag
es :'as oon as possible after they
udeive notice of arnvsi nig smi
ments of Christmas mail were
received here this wee and an another
other another is due during the weekend.
Special Session
Called By Russian
Delegate Leader
SeNEVA; Del (UPD West West-tW
tW West-tW telffition chiefs, met at' a
strategy, session, this morning to
prepare for a special weenena
meeting y the nuclear conference
called, Unexpectedly by the Ru-
sians. : ..
Soviet delegation leader Seiriy-
on Tsarapkin, in a surprise move
last, night, proposea me special
session after eastern and western
experts had begun drafting a nu nuclear
clear nuclear test ban treaty. :
Eastern conference sources said
the Soviets demanded the session
for an urgent discussion of some
important but hitherto uwiMciosea
iii,,
The nuclear conference original
ly had set Its next meeting tor
Monday to auow tne arainng
roUD to prepare recommenda
tions on initial articles of a test
ban treaty
Twarapkin was the only delega
tion chief to join the drafting ex experts
perts experts at their meetin her last
nieht Immediately afterwards he
called for me special session at
a.m. tod y, 'm '.
Dm 16
different styles of men's draw draw-era?
era? draw-era? Thirty -of these have been
washed out of the list and another
S3 are soon to be scratched.
A total of 302 listings on "shoes,
dtess, womonV. hai been cut by
four; and 199 -others are to be
dropped as fast es possible.
The Army was curing its bacon
41 hours. Navy bacon tasted all
right after 24 hours. The cure for
everybody hat been cut to 24 hours
at art annual vine of 1320.0110.'
The tervices formerly bought

Expected

Maximum Altitude

Of

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UPI) An Army lunar
probe robots oo slow and too off-course ro reach rhi
moon roared upward today toward an estimated peak at attitude
titude attitude of 64,830 miles.:
This would be about a auarter of the distance tn K

moon's orbit and far less than the altitude of 7.9,000 miles
reached by the Air Force Pioneer I in October.

Scientists said the Army Rocket, dubbed Pioneer lit
would reach its peak height at about 8 p.m. today.
launched at $12:45 a.m. at Cane Cnnnvernl Fin fk

gold-plated robot eight hours later had reached an alti alti-tudeof
tudeof alti-tudeof more than 42,000 miles-and was still zooming up.

nwiu u I mult inun jiw mpn.
Dr. William H. Pickering, di
rector of the-Armv's Jet ProDul-
sion Laboratory, told a news con
ference that the robot will fall
back to earth -and will strike the
atmosphere and burn up at about
3 p.m. Sunday.
Thus, the total flight time will
be about 38 hours, compared to
43 hours for the Air Force's Pio
neer I. v
The Army lunar rocket ac actually
tually actually broke through the elmo elmo-shere,
shere, elmo-shere, at a greater! speed, than
PionteC l-,2,057 j,mpn cempar
But Pioneer li;
was more' than
three degrees low from, its ex-
oected trajectory,, whicn should
have been 68 degrees from' the
vertical, whereas Pioneer 1 was
high from approximately the
same intended path. j;
The Army's robot therefore' loSt
more of its speed to., the, eartWs
gravity.
Pickering said the Army ie:,
bet's instruments are working
PRR Station Agent
Freed Of Charge
He Opened Letter
A Panamanian railroad station
agent who has had over 20 years
service behind mm wnn tne ra-
nams Railroad was acquitted yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Judge John E. Deming
of a charge of opening a sealed
letter.
He was Rupert A. Walters, 44.
He was alleged to have opened a
letter wmcn was oeing aenverea
by rail to an address in Colon.
Police alleged said that he re removed
moved removed 33 which the letter contain contained,
ed, contained, and re-addressed the letter
on a new envelope.
The Police case was based on
handwriting evidence which, they
said had been gathered during
mbnths of police work, and which
they said showed that the writing
which appeared on the new enve
lope was the defendant's writing.
The defendant, who was repre represented
sented represented by attorney Wdodrow de
Castro, denied having opened the
letter and brought his own hand
writing expert, Rosendo Ochoa of
Panama, into court to state that
the handwriting on the envelope
was too short 'o be conclusive.
Detective St. Fred E. Perra had
testifitd that in his opinion as a
handwriting expert, the writing
on the envelope was that of Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. Judge Deming said there were
three main factors which led to
his decision. There was a reason reasonable
able reasonable doubt caused by lack of evi
dence in certain aspects of t h e
esse and handwriting evidence
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ivrjn nuujc;(. .tv 4 gu incut.
Furthermore, the bill of lading
covering the letter contains a
clause authorizing the station a a-gent
gent a-gent to open articles for inspec-'
tion before dispatching them.
Eraser Types
19,000 kinds of machine screws.
Hereafter they will hold things to
gather with only 6,000.
i Loudspeakers have been cut
from 732 types to 12$. A further
reduction to SO loudspeakers is hi
prospect.
That doesn't include ...embers of
Congressp" asked Chairman F.
Edward Hebert D-La.
'Not that I recall," replied
StaOdardiEation Direction John
Dunn,

To Hit

830 Miles

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perfectly, end that signals rev
Ming received both in Puerto
Rico and et the Army's new
Goldstone tracking station in
California's Mojave Desert, s r
He said the probe therefore
should provide excellent informa.
tion about the deadly band of ra radiation
diation radiation that its 13-pound instrn.
ment payload was chiefly design designed
ed designed to measure.
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thfe jColistum TheafetAnne was.
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THIS IS YOU fDlUM THI ItlADHS OWN COLUMN
J 4 Tha Marl las it an aaaa naitn a Tht aiaiwa Amariean.
Ltttar arc rscaivta' aratarully and ara handled in a wholly confidential
ttMjMtf
f If yaaj caarriairte a latter don't be impatiant if it dotin t appaar tha
eat day. Latter ara oitblishad in tha ardar receive.
"' riaasa try ta"liaap tha letter limited to one paae length.
Identity of letter writer ii held in xtrictett confidence.
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HOW TO IMPROVE C.F.N. T.V.

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Maginot Line

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Sir:
What orr God's lovely green Isthmus is it going to take to
convince our one and only TV station- that they are earning
low-grade ratings as part of the Armed Forces "newest" offering
down here oh this conflict-ridden, convenience-snatched, nexi-to-do-nothlng
outpost?
Thousands of Canal Zone and Panamanian families eagerly
bought TV sets well over two years ago, and for a while enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed accurate and" steady mechanical presentation along with up-to-date
Stateside favorites such as Medic, Big Town, Highway

patrol and several others which haven't been snown in ages.
Cod's teeth, we don't even see Lassie any more. ...
We sed to get old British movies on -Sunday Matinee, but
alas, not even that slosh now.
CFN-TV is presently running on about the level of some
poor French or German movie house which cannot afford any anything
thing anything better then ancient, third-rate British and American
movies, . .
We know they get all the tripe free. We also have been told
repeatedly that all this and Heaven too is exclusively for the
Armed Forces. If this be so, our boys in uniform must be pret pretty
ty pretty discouraged. After all. in civilian life In the. US they were
used to. something- much better from TV
5 Furthermore' we TV viewers down here on the Isthmus
consider 'this short-houred, one-channel pastime a near-essential
part of our home life. What else do we have In the way
of family afternoon end evening enjoyment?
Sure the TtV performance Is driving us to the movies in the
Cajial Zo .i, such A they are, and in Panama, where they are
swell. I can't say the same for the parking problem in Panama.
To all of this, the powers-that-be in CFN may well be
wsponding: "So go to the shows," pr "Turn off your set If you re
dissatisfied." t . ..
It Isn't that aimble. CFN-TV has got itself bogged down In
the mire of mechanical default and crummy program :presenta :presenta-tioh.
tioh. :presenta-tioh. The mechanical breakdowns alone are enough to send .any
seif-respectina American into throes of teeth-grinding-desperation
The kids ton on the floor and cry 'Tlx it." TheicMer ones
know by how that it Is the station at fault, but by now even my
three-year-old can read "One Moment Please" (backwards and
forwards). gsr:
- If the CFN staff is so tangled up with red tape,J and reg regulations
ulations regulations or (bate to say it) so inept that the unpopular junf:
that is presently being shown us (In poor Condition at that) in
the guise of TV" entertainment is' the best they can do, some
drastic step should be taken.
- We have all enjoyed Big Town, Circus Parade, Highway Pa Patrol
trol Patrol George Gobels (Caesar's Hour was popular with manyi,
Lassie, Crunch and Des, Boots and Saddles even Eve Arden in
-... cnMifhln a! ftthBr" woe Anfprta mine

Great balls of fire", 6nt letjthem ever, eliminate noy Rogers,
or I will never, cook supper jagaUi.
'Thursdaf;fterhoon gives,. -or I should say gave, promise of
an excellent show for the: kldj called Cartoon Island. It Is a

shown are so fast, weird And Unpredictable to thehud, mind
that they ar0 'baffled through". Instead of enjoyed, as intended.
This is not the Taint of the program director, for again "we re re-eeivp
eeivp re-eeivp free whatever thev choose to send us."

The men of CFN, I am told, are to be commended on their pa patience
tience patience and on their handling of poor TV equipment and the
beaten up kinescopes they have to present. This must be degrad degrading
ing degrading to any of them who are newcomers and who ihave worked
with the best quality material in the States. i-
I think there are two solutions to the TV problem down here.
' l.'The First Lady of the armed forces down here belongs, I
am sufe, to many clubs and associations. If she is the enterpris enterprising,
ing, enterprising, spunky person I think she is, It would be a noble gesture on
her part to what she could through these avenues to improve
our TV setup down here. I'm a mere civilian housewife, but I
know that if I had, her great reputation and prestige behind me
I "could and would do wonders In the right direction. Egad, I'd
be a regular Mrs, Beaverbrook Is regard to pur TV failings.
Mv second suggestion is for a CZ-wlde contribution to CFN
towards the purchase of first class, tropicalized TV equipment
and the latest and best shows; previously listed, plus Big Pic Picture
ture Picture films ard more Of the old. World War II stuff. Also more
of the old Walt Disney films such as Fantasia and Pinocchio,
and the Wizard of Oz for our impressionable and wonderful kids.
T firmly believe this could be accomplished, in part at least,
with the proper and conscientious enthusiasm behind it. Even
if half tho" oopulatiori of the Canal zone contributed something
towards CFN for these purposes It would bring a great improve improvement,
ment, improvement, and. mean more enjoyable TV for us all.
These two suggestions should o;o some way to showing that
the majority of people on th. Isthmus have reached the limit
of their patience with the current TV setup. But the people are
Interested in lmDrovtng this favorite pastime, even If it means
suoportlng It with money, because most of us are down here
tilj retirement ard honestly believe we are entitled to the best.
Cast off kinescopes, absence -of favorite programs and run rundown
down rundown TV equipment ere an: eff rohtery to all US-citlzeh govern government
ment government employes stationed down here, and give a bad impression
to our neighbors in Panama.
t:? '
; ",' I urge anyone with less-complicated suggestions for the im im-,
, im-, provement f CFN-TV to offer them in the Mail Box. There are
many disgruntled owners of TV sets who share my opinions. Why
shouldn'tr we have the best?

By ROBERT C. RUARK
One time I law a lady complete

ly devoid of make-up, and fled
shrieking into the kennels, where
I t,at and quivered tor hours, like
a gunshy dog.
So you cannot say that I am an
enemy of a.little rouga Jiere,
touch of lipstick there, a modi modicum
cum modicum of attention to jhe, ersau
wave. Even Cleopatra couldn't
make it on asp alone. She need needed
ed needed a sAupcon of kohi 10 make her
wicked, little ol' eyes glitter.
I will hold siill lor a shinbone
thrust through the septum of the
nose, if it'fcll make the Ubangi
babes feel chic, and a little be el
juice is permissible to redden the

lips of the a foil maid. ;
I have steeled myself to a
point where gold or silver nail i

polish no longe; induces nausea,
although it toor some practice.
Four-colored hair 1 can go a a-long
long a-long with, and blue "mascara
and, so help me, I once saw a
gal with two se'.s o, eyebrows,
one straight and the other 'slant 'slanted.
ed. 'slanted.
There is nothing wrong, wltb
the basic female design,-but also
there is nothing wrong with' try trying
ing trying to improve what God has
wrought. Within the realm of rea reason,
son, reason, that is. During the shaggy
hair-do-pale-mouth stage, my fin fingers
gers fingers itched for a cgmH and a a a-fid
fid a-fid tube bf Ted lip rouge, because
all the dolls looked rather like
rumpled corpses.'2 u u
But I have also thought that
the falste'Vas a'klpable fraud,
despite theJfact 'that 1- have li li-tened,
tened, li-tened, fascinated,! for our ta the
female justification -of the" store store-bought
bought store-bought delusions of amplitude
The girls say that -most frocks
are cut on basic biisf iniver
sal plenty, and' if lass happens
lo be built' on 'the general Jines
of Ray Bolger or Fred Astraire,
she needs a little Belp; All right.
You should Tjardoir the expression,
I toss in the jponge. .v
But there: cornea a time to 4tick
down a slat. I have in hand an
advertisement-' headed: VReady VReady-Made
Made VReady-Made Magic Now!'- and i f ara
glad I cannot reproduce the' iUu iUu-irations.
irations. iUu-irations. To be frank, itm an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for false deiTieres
The copy is too repulsive for
words, but a precis is that M you
are kind of shingle-built -in the
rear, you an now buy foam rub rubber
ber rubber padded panta to give? joiji ,a
Marilyn Monroe aspect.1
There are several; variations.
One is called "TwTnm'er1i?d
two others are named' "hidden
Flattery" and "Hip Enhancer."
One is described as a secret wea weapon,
pon, weapon, and another claims to "feel
real." ,. u
Hivf. w rom to this, that we

must get slapped ton pincning

foam-rubber wnicn leeis rejur,
-After donairig Jthe "ifaflnyaisie,
nnoc nnA ranroi it with a- girdle?

fn;,;wonder;? tbut' oaedoe not

wisfff to know'ior ,gujt because

one can' only raitry, a conjBiicauon

e-::.jr:i.H a five v?m htm him

I will not reap aTiiNobeJ- prize

tnr thi suceestion. but seme p?o-

rio hnt wot itifou i ktiH Theo

rem: A girl is mainly a cpnapouhd
of sugar andt ipice and everything

nice. She is not supposea w,e'
monument to the teels- fubber,

and nylon industry. ,-

Unaerneata an inav; gun, guu,
camouflage, apd barbed wire
fence there ought to be pome sort
of remnant of the-fleshly -personage
which inspired tha tune about
I want a girl just like the girl
that married deaf old .Dad. 1
mean, you ought to be able to tell
the players, in -this-case, without
a score card.
I shudder for the modern bride bridegroom'
groom' bridegroom' when he discovers, after
the bridal yashmak is of, just
what he has bought in the way of
a bride.? Today it is roughly like
purchasing an ornate package
v. ith -practically nothing wha'soev wha'soev-er
er wha'soev-er inude. By the time you've
tossed away the tinsel and bows,
the confetti and the marzipan,

there is verv little left of the on
ginal contents.
I recommend a certain amount
of aid to Obvious deficiencies, but
the point is not to ca-ry it too
far. No -man in his right mind
wants to marry an ice-cream
cone and wind up holding a paper

H.NEASeiyicclM. iK- t 1"
, i, , ; , 1 n 1 lliniti .i. Hi' i) ii, i mil) ill ii' .. in.

1 fi. I V t n

Wa ter Winchell

i -a1 i

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WAatiiwu iUiN u-iiow floes naie

get unloosed in the United States?

What induces .people to- bomb
schools and places of worship?
ShyMo'.peoiftdv tdoflt'.the tacUcs
Hitler iff (dlintty vlu'cn. fouxn.t
Hitlensm?

These are questions many Amer-

-TTtanrare sKmgin"ihe waKr of

the bombing of approximately 30

scnoois ana places ,oi worsnip.
Thia writeri who i has visited
some of the dynamited schools,

. l-'.Wk .... f 1 A.jA-

ana lynagogues, ,nas,Deen iryios

to get the answer. The results", of

tnis lnvesugaDon are so important
that they cannot be squeezed in

to a single column, 5 but here

tha. first. Installment. u s I

It involves ya secret meeting

which John Kasper, the race bait
wrTeceTrtrr held in-thr dtngyr

partment of EdEar Johnston at

1103 Bellevul.St in outheastUhfe WHIB'Partyi Me 'got tile i&i
Washington. Six of l i mosMruSrt- from, 8roup' British house

ea iouoweri araenaea

In Netv

York

MAN AB6UT TOWN

Jerry Moore,itth gay-divorcee,

ha a new- amour,-- He is lndus-

ica. V .Mrs. Tyfbne Powei"i for former
mer former husband JMco MnardoaX is
courtine Marcia Humescone. re

cently tbe puU:lw3pper of T John

Ireland -JiThe jyack rv! direc director)
tor) director) Donahues bave the apartache.
. .Eartha? Kites, atdanL hand-hold

er at: Chez Vjta I wai A handsome

Michael Abott the booking agen

cy exec .Iheit lMimaus'- re

shocked about the jonn tsoies
sphtiiation after 30 years.' .The
Caryv GifaBt-Jetsy Drake fettle
mwt-fflay bB"nejtfiUW)d atrchish

socialite BUly Phidpsnd his 6th
wifesfecffen'Hjs4 Vi tTfi"$25, tTfi"$25,-ooa,,hotel
ooa,,hotel tTfi"$25,-ooa,,hotel Tdbbery tRubiros'

itaa'a.-East Side pure-white. The

new apartmeni houses along tna
and 3rd wjll get new high in irent.

JarW'Morgan' Girl Friday elop-.

ed in Vegas the night of Jane's

Riviera premiere. The bride had

been engaged 15 years. .Mari

lyn Monroe's new maid is named
SUzttfFarker, not theactreM ahv-

Of The Cuckoo" was a Copa and

Versailles show-gel. .Lawrence

Ca

tnartment has. the?, wags .saying:

VThai'il ibef first" timer he's bee
taKerl'; jsabelle 'L'-Cunetf,
jTghtri Of "ttte Brazilian; diplomat,
and" her mljlioriaire beau," James
Hann'a, revealed wedding plahj at
Chateau-Madrid. .Overheafd at
Bal Tabarin: "Ijflda Christian.
Star of stage, screen and -funerals."
.

nette named Nita Vian, a fashion

... . 1

exec. .Julie lewmar, eyetui inj

l : r T..n1 kna JH 1

inaiudKC Ajru xvuuuu, iias auu-

erWnpthersaitUot ter,her long Jist;

iPank Marino- wealthy lorida

areaHof '.Jessie' Weiss, prop, of

famed Storm (Jrab Joes (Miami

Beacbyjnd nisJie wite. we ujv
latching--sa fie-ea lretmarf'ihji

4th, still his'jpretty cashier,. .

Joah jCollins, wjho earn Jo New
York for a week;' fun, ptajjed the
fields, Didn't o outivji h' any daie
more than once. Apparently none
of them were fun. -,

Burglars looted Henri Soule's
wall safe at his apartment, in the
Ritz Towers and removed $6,000.

The night's receipts at his swan-,
ky Pavilion foodery. . .Nancy

Cropton, who danced in the better

Broadway shows, and her groom
(an heir to the Manhattan Shirt

firm) are inf anticipating. .' Ga

zebo," the soon-due comedy star-.

ring Walter Slezak and featuring
Jayne Meadows, has members
talking loud to each other. ,' One

director left. .Variety s most in

teresting headline on page 28:?

Senator Monroney's Sunuip on

Rating Sample: 'Phony' ". .Hot

test Scandal in Town: a famed

Negro entertainer and j frVhie',
dramatic actress. ."Look Bacfa

In oer" and "Romanoff and

Juliet' enncned DacKers again.
Both shows are now on velvet. :,
They plan to keep mid-Manhat

Mrs. T.

THIS MOM'S THE MOST

Sit:

! I'm a civilian mother of three, and would like to regress. In
part; to, mv Teenate son' language, expressing my oolnlons on
the following subjects which affect everyone In the canal 7,one:
I Television Man, they're the most the most unreliable,
jnoredlctable, rathetic excuse for entertainment ever assembled.
Catch that show. Mathematics strictly for the fouare. Get Getting
ting Getting so I enjoy those Ope Moment Please's better than the oro-,.

ayjams. Oood thlnjt, too. 'cause there are trough nf 'em. That,

taiaracter in rnarge must be real ?one -- ftshine. that is be-:
cause thre sure isn't much thought put Into scheduling of pro pro-grami.
grami. pro-grami. ,'
ii Pan Canal Hottstinir Crapy, man, crassy we come down
her to civilize the' natives and then We end un living like mon monkeys
keys monkeys In Williamson Tenements Do you reallv have to be an oc oc-togennffian
togennffian oc-togennffian to finally leave the raves and cages for a. decent
house? I hear there'.1' five year housing P'an translated to
mean fife year, to build one frome or another 12-famlly tene tene-ment?
ment? tene-ment? , ''. f i
PanCanal and Mmt& Forces Personnel Offices Thev sure
ain't very hip! The only thlnp thev dig ,1s the best Jobs for their
friends "lind relatives, 'Wonrler who wrote those; bonks on sne sne-Hfic
Hfic sne-Hfic oualificatlom for Jobs? ADparently there nin't one for
Personnel Specialists 'cause they sure ain't qualified to pass
judgment on others. t
Rodman Naval Station Place really hajs Changed. CaD CaD-tains
tains CaD-tains ea.t Commander!, dog eat doc. Economy's the word. Will
the Base athletic teams have uniforms this cominir vear or will
they arade on the field with shoes, socks, andahorts? cool,
manrcool!
. In f onrluston'oj like to b serious In sugnestine that gov gov-,
, gov-, eminent offlrtais rtve Local Enters a better break Csnch as com com-wlwaty
wlwaty com-wlwaty wlvilepes after all. they're human belngg b'esied wtt
'W "'ms awoi'if o( bPlc lntellleenre 8nyon,'but; In th th-,
, th-, majority, ;hant been given an opportunity to'devel'nr ve it
L- . r,;' .' 'HoHy-0

Jewel Thieves Gel

$100,000 In Third
East Side NY Hauh
F.V VORK!1 Dee. (TJPD

a ii nn ma iewel robbery- he

third East Side haifl in tw weeks

-wai reDortea last niEnt1 ay ao-

cialite yachtsman John Parkinson.
Parkinson told police that the
same inrlurline hi Wife's $25,000

diamond necklace, disappearej
frr.m his' Whole-floo'- Fifth Mtn

nun aoartment sometime between

Monday and noon yesterday.

Thare were no Sinn i iorcioie

pntrv.

Parkinson, a proner, saia me
Jewels had been- in a drawer in
a bathroom closet adjoining the
master bedroom of' the 12-room

flOartment. He Said that in addi

tion to the necklace, a diamond

and an emerald ring worth $12.

5oo esch.. a $17.00 pearl necklace.

and $6,500 diamond and sapphire
bracelet were missing:
The Parkinson apartment is

five floors below that of Mrs. Jul

ius Ochs Adler. widow of the vice

president and general manager of
the New". York Timet, who report
ed $12,000 worth of gold Jewtrls
missing1 from her apartment Tuesi

day.. OiRHi i t ; tr'
Authorities art stilt searching
for clues to the theft of $39,tX)d
worth of jewels and furs from' the
Hotel Plait suite of Porfirio Rubi Rubi-osa,
osa, Rubi-osa, Obmrnicsn playboy-diplomat
md his wife Nov. 21.
The hotel is eight blocks down
?if'h Avenue from the Parkinson
and Adler apartments.

fy ,'fower told 'aa interviewer
(in the past year): "Know some something?,
thing?, something?, Medically, I'm disgusiing disgusiing-JJ.
JJ. disgusiing-JJ. j healthy,.. JN6ver even needed
a cough medicine. Met alone a

psychiatrist".., .The just-divorced
Rod A ntatea us '(he directs' the
George Burns Program) act more
like jusi-marrieds. .Pretty cozy

lor David Nelson. His girl friend

in "Day of-ithe Ou:law" js played

by venetia Stevenson,; bis honey

in real life. .Pat Boone's invest

ing his easy-won movie wages in

rr, producer of the tpcomins lBroadyitay. plays. He was one of

show, 'Redhead," prefers a bru- the angels? for "Comes a Day".

. j XT:, 1 1: - f.,Li.. r V- .- i i-l t 2 r -i

uj, al) for a Solon. He is Congress
man Kenneth Gray of Illinois.

Vtif ,uib. ouier j;iu m "menaii

IcbmeiEsthef .Williami bom
bet. ?eeiaIomeo; -Who

Haitian Hurdle)

t f;- Ha j? .;
Maria Callas't,conauctor (.'or -her
next concert), yf as quietly. mar married"
ried" married" ,last ;weej( He l isn iArnold
Gamson of the, American Opera

Society. The bride, according ,to

Poldnaise patrons, is a ballerina,
firsname. Annpella; .T,he Fed Fed-eralrTrad
eralrTrad Fed-eralrTrad TCoromission is, evok evoking
ing evoking jflo wn on i iJtious price -a d d-vertising.
vertising. d-vertising. .airs. Steve. jOwens
(Evelyji Bates' "of society Bates
Twis). expects fle:. imager any
mordent. vHugR Shannon giv.es
up his-pianio at .the Delmonico to
takeHis. ailing. Btry.,; tb'wrm
climesi; i- JVina .Foch (not yet

MexjtcahceUed);apd'AhdVe Phillipe
W . a rrrt

are joreauuess. ,. ine remamaoie
headlight IiU SC Jphn wears in
the ';Pennypackef, picture isn't a

propr It was a firs-day-ori-the-set

ring. from wealthy Lance, Revent
low.' son of Barbara Hutton.,

Yoil can bet the most jabid Sal
Mineo'fan doesn't pronounce his

It's Min-ay-o.

lastiname t'ight.

Answer to Previous Puzzle

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21Irie:ffecfaal
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is: so very Spanish, had to have

his tspanoi sipeeches dubbed in

6y another actor for his latest

Mexican-made film. '.Joe DiMaP-

ino. who eets SlOO.OOft Der Vear

in his new fob-tolus-'unlUnitefll'i

expenses), amazed -'bis boss by

turning in af "swinaiey sheet'' for'

a' mere- 1 79: W don't' M tt

Tne Army relegates i Presley, the'

Number Oiirbox-office attraction

hi show business, to1 piloting

truck overseasBut-lises enter-i
tainer Avith 'not too much' talent

to keep our boys "entertained"..
. .The Stuart- Levins of the Ha

Hvaiian Room are Tot Wayi-

Don t invite Grace Kelly and
the former Jean McCormicfc to

the same party now that, both

are back from Monaco. t lNeverj

spoke to each other there, 'either.

. .Comic Jack Carter is too fe-i

male's exclusive, His current in-i

terest, however, is 1 either Nan

Whitney or Paula Stewart?, sHie

latter's hide-a-woo is thai tyer-s

sailles in' the "Village. .Some

thing new in TV giveaways:11 The

winner of a Channel 7 (NYC)
mystery contest will also see his
or her name in Broadway lights.

Vi the- firm's Main Stem siga-

ery..:The-Tex Mccrafy'TuBlle "se-l
latioiis firm and-tht Herald Trlb
partefj. .F. N. Fowler switched
from beiilg a -producer r director
(for ABC-TV)' 1o the ost of pub-'
lie relations chief for the' New Jer Jersey'
sey' Jersey' Saltation "Army. i .Interhal
Revehu4?is crackinjj down on'TV
film producers listing;' kickback's
to film buyers' as .'-necessary.? ;

fi. ; r, v r". ith Aiu. l i

"i"Ilversibns,"i new t revw
which opened, at a email fthester
a few weeks ago, was' hissed with
a sugary review by the New Yorki
er magazine. The press agent if or
the new' entry and the oast of 85
were jubilant. .Ekploitation'9 U
the notice might' help Keep -them
all working. So' it was advertised
in the amusement pages, i .This
brought an immediate threat from
the mag that it would sue the
show for a fantastic sum. -. Si
versions." is at the. Downtown, 83
Eas' 4th Street., f ,Thtspari
graph is donated by the ,N. Y.
Mirror (and the WW col'm) with
the hope the show gets 'so i -phos-perous
it will be able to afford
the demand for ransom.

The meeting lasted four hours

Dpfing rit, ; Kasper iroclarmed n a
new' underground movement fash

ioned after Hitler's and vowed, to
deport every Negro to ; Afnca
and strip all Jews of their Ameri Ameri-eandtizeirshiv.'!
eandtizeirshiv.'! Ameri-eandtizeirshiv.'! He 'would reqtflrr

report t wita other ;auena
te Vpoliieii'-Kf f- k t, it i.l
'-WeVV.yirrgloldere-to Hit-

ler's" policies, fcthe' 'swagge'rjnr,

nawje-posea Kasper -Harangued.
'Fanatic as it may sound, every everyone
one everyone clese is "wrong and weTre
right!"
Kasper began ,the meeting oy
telling about his trtel;in Clinton,
Term.," for'stirrihg up facial ,TlpU,
Floyd Fleming, ringleader : of the
W,hite CUtont, movement, on,the
eastern seaboard, asked, jovially
why Kasoerfhad:,1)lown tUD'.''the

school. He 'cracked baclr that he

would stash J?some" dynamite' in

limniDiuu i uuaiiuucui. w 1.J1CI1 ntfei
... is m. ..l i 4 t -.v. i. i.

wouia pe Diamea ana locKea1 no.'

-"I'm glad 'someone bombed the

school," Kasper added seriously",

"because it will give other people
ideas." fnrr f' -Vo 1

SIVEN rOUNDID NAZ nm

'.'He', recalled' that ""only, .Vserefi

were"prtfeemr at the founding M

Hitler's XSazi Party. Then he

counted heads and :hnnounced dra

matically: -"We have seven now!"

He said the seven would be'lhe

''hard core'N of the : new ? move

ment with headquarters in the na

tion's capital. He reserved the

leadership for himself and stress
ed that authority would go-'fJown
ward and responsibility upward

His title would be "director he

T'Ger Colltonj bandeomerarD

!A.iBUtliaskeoVhewplflg'K8per
JhAd.beeni4hinluniabouthjs move-
UieriUfrTn m 4y ri. nrff.'K

t yCWMl toyears' replied jfthe

curauuvu vucluil.- ne i"iiau lihii

ClUed.,, tbX l;coalitions;;combina.

"a

or

later the. compromises, dissolve;
Collton suggested adopting a -u-

niforip dress, such as a. white

vesv witn me leaaer weramg a

wnite coat. '

une point, Rasper' oeciarea
that he abhors' violence Genera Ilv

but not particularly.- "1

- "t-ueotive violence W selected
instances," suggested "JohnstBn.
Then the subject of cross-burnings

ceme up. r i t"-T
"When we burned those .cross

es oh the lawns of particular' indi

vidaarr,yraT law the'respohse

piccea up-nn- tne papers -across

me country," boasted 'Johnston.
"Youjmean your haJ -something
to do wnth thatj rE4?"r lfughed

t?.WeahouWn't ay this.out loud

i try-"y ':j-i'..''f-)i.".i'in ;-'
for-fwoihg kT The Lobster.

dancer Lvme.at the Coliseum

Apts got an eviction warning for
..l.iW.jJ"tU..f ILlk..ll..!u,..-

uaamiiK tutu nie udus in ner (Kin.
-.B .Thh Rlihr Mart- in itWWMM

We should'" be careful1 of the ?,f

walls "cautioned Fleming, a small -:

nervous man who apoki in spurts ,i
and emphasizezd.his points with.

jerky gestures?! 'v ','If "ymr have
jomething like lbia".in your mind

anUQULwant looa iU.you.aa JU
But you don't discuss it", ,.- :

Ezra Pound, the Amencan turn,-'

coat and great friend of Kasper' I,
had earlier suggested a name for
the.r movemlnt ? "which. Kasper

sheepishly admitted sounded "cor- n
ny," J f, 1
s ''But if you 'are going to-be ta-;
dical, go all the way radical," he
declared' cavalierly? 'Anyway,- tht
name isn't as foolish as it sounds."
""What Ezra" Pound had jroposed
caliug'The movemenTwas ?'Whcai

in uir Cread or, to shorten h.

a i

group, of Bntish 'house

wives who had demanded that ilia)
government put thef wheat vita--

- Kasper assured his' followers
that Pound bad extraordinary per
ceptron. i
f.A'Whaiji)ia.awnn.idne 4a- htm in

lit :.nmiling eamettness and abi?

Jilit jfe be rjg
told me j has,
...r -o z.

t"1 aJinscpopertiiYe.eqqrij

mein Aampt. Because sooner

Entertainers (like the Bernard
Bros.) are quitting Britain Music
Halts because taxation is too "tall.
They report that the transatlantic
group' Oi performers whe ; pmade
the Jjondon Palladium- famous, are
also, ta-ta'ing.,. .Socialite divorce
Ann Jennings Johnson's best se secret:
cret: secret: A Hollywood leading man
who commutes, .almost fprtnighi fprtnighi-iy.
iy. fprtnighi-iy. .Former tennis star Gussie
Moran priva ely blames her.,-ex-husband-
for, breaking ltd bet mar marriage
riage marriage to wealthy Eddie Hand. '.
When the Dan Dalleys reconciled
Nra Hayjji, Gwen DaileyU best
pal, blew her top. .European
diamond merchant Stefan Von
Boythen and Ann Rubin, dgtrtr of
the BeverW Hills furrier, dodge
theif : busy body friends by table-

stays in Europe because of a "Lo

llta" situ:, ion over here.

rights "Whatever he hag

truy' Kasper,;said.l He .claimed

Pound'had, been .'railroaded : inte

St,." Elwabeth Jty;i three Jewish
psychUtrists.

;, lempg suggested .another name
for the" new Dart'y national R.

form. But Kasper obiected that

there were too many nationalist

and reform parties.- He alto

brushed aside the idea of 1 rviv.

ing the' old German:- American

Bund. t i

.Though Of Germanic rtexrent

decreed: 4'No foreign ideologiea
should be kllowed1 to confuse the
public, f,My aim it to reach the

masses or common people."
KaSDer ? ln nrnmia-

flag and new 1 monetary system
for the country when he seizes.

power, 5" 1

'Xhe greatest mmearrti d t 4um.

face' m ,historyr he claimed, -wai
the hanging of HUIer'i henchmen.
But,- their' snirit.' he npppfv

goet marching on. X
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ACT ON PIPEL1N. 4 S-u
I TEHRAN Iran UPl ,jhe
Iranian: Parliament niannaut-..

take .official action today on'an

uauian-turuen agreement fop the
construction of a SOO-milhon-dollaf
Oil pipeline through the two cnua-

I ,ll ..J .iii ififiii i I ii I tii. Jir.

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Thepack of canned fruits..

vegeuDiee, juices, specialties,
uttillt! lett andj fsty in the V.
.Mandj. ita territoriec Purina- that.

cir.l956-i)? season was -710,000,000 .-,

.-.cases?- ntrw record. Cannedf
milk was' tbejooly croup which
registered a decrease. Canned
lo juices were uf SO.per'eent over
rtbt prtvioua year vegetable'
dweref tip Ittt.per .cent and
; canned meat rand Ash ware
eachsup 15-per cent. The in
9 creases wererin part due to a
2$ per cent increase in exports
during the years 19M-57.
i '2 T )
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THE FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT D ATI Y NEWSPAPER
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Israel: Seeks United Nations Actioii On Arab Republic Artilleiy Attacks

UNITED Nations, N.Y. (UPI) (UPI)-Israel
Israel (UPI)-Israel yesterday demanded an ur urgent
gent urgent meeting of the United Na Nations
tions Nations Security Council to consider
chargei of artillery attacks by the
Lotted Araba Republic on seven
Israeli villages lying i along the
Syrian bordei.
Swedish Ambassador Gunnar V.
Jarring immediately beean -. eon.

sulfations with other members of

tne H-naticn council and a -meet

ing was expected to be convoked

oy- not ; later than -Monday ,, or

Tuesday,

Israeli Ambassador Abba S.

Eban requested the-meeting in a
letter to Jarring,-setting forth in
detail -,, the charges against the
U.A.R. The decision to demand
an urgent council meeting was
reached,- by the, Israeli cabinet,
meeting -'in Tel Aviv with 'Maj.
Gen. Haim LaskoyJ army hief of
staff taking part, 1 li ;
- Dispatches from Israel said the
border clash,- which' o c c a r r e d
Wednesday, in the trouble ridden

' "AFTER THE OBJECTIVE WAS TAKEN, Sft Edward Sabin, right, and. Sp4 William McDou McDou-gall,
gall, McDou-gall, of the weapons squad, set up their light 30 caliber machlnegun, ta try to hold back a pos possible
sible possible counter-attack. Two light .30 caliber machineguns were-brpught.up after they had laid
down the initial support Are. This Is one of the many maneuvers which members of A Company
performed to make their platoon test a success.. (U.S. Army Photo)

Army: Platoons Simulate Battle Conditions At Rio Hato

by RCACTOR

Open Tonight until 9 p.m.

and everv evening until

Christmas

bullet fired by Jorutniao forces in -a
clash at Mount Scopus," on the"""
outskirts of Jerusalem-. that the

; i. i Palpctina i'iiaHnn hail rnm US

Huleh area northeast of the, bibu- to Maj. Gen. Carl Carlsson Von th lT-ij Nations v J V'

l I i 1 .If It. I 1 I ry J i;iij .. -

cai sea 01 uaiuee, wucneu. w me nmn in sweaen, was lunru uj a

heaviest artillery due since tne
palastine'war of 1948.
Highly placed Israeli sources,
Jerusalem dispatch e s said
charged that guns supplied by the
Soviet Union were used in. the
shelling of the upper Galilee set-i
tlements. I
Israel charged the U.AR.. of j
which Syria now is the northern!
province, of a series of attacks, j
including the murder of the wifej
of the British air attache in Is Israel;
rael; Israel; It said the U.N. truce supervi-1
sion organization called for a I
cease-fire in Wednesday's clash, i
but the call was ignored by Syri- j
an forces which continued the at attack
tack attack after the truce deadline.
It was the first time since last J
May, when the Canadian deputy 1

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. What happens during the last
stages of a,. training test at the

Ki0 .iiato- area was grapmcauy
depicted last week, -when A Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, Wat through its- Ar Army
my Army training; 'test far "platoon
size1 'elements.';. """" "
Designed: io" evaluate the
; company's ability to vcaptore
and lioltl an objective, the

", test was ton Jutted with three -platoons
ftf the unit on the
central corridor road about
nine miles from the Bio Hato
base camp.
Just after Capt.' Robert Mo Mo-Clenaghan
Clenaghan Mo-Clenaghan had hriefed the plan planted)!,
ted)!, planted)!, a 40-pound' TNT bla4 on
the bunker ridge about 800,
yards in front of the platoon
signaled two rifle squads and
one weapons squad to move" out.
Witliln seconds, sthe first pla platoon
toon platoon of the unit was beginning
Its test. iv
The acting ? platoon leader,
MSgt. Eobert L. Doncy, moved
down, the .slope in front ok the
platoon sergeant, .Sfc; Herbert

jones, and otner meniDers "Ci
the platoon 'Xf; A-,:ji I

Each rifleman had 96 rounds
ef live ammunition each au automatic
tomatic automatic rifle ma n.J had. 200
rounds.
With camouflaged helmets
and light packs to singula te
battlefield -conditions,' the 204
Infantrymen followed instruc instructions
tions instructions from a the ;platobn leader
and forward observer. '
Just as the platoon leader
passed a steep ridge 500 yards
.in front., ef the bunker, the
weapons platoon,, acting as a
! supporting element, opened
lire with 8limiliimeter mor
tars J knd 106-jmUHmeter re -'
eoiiiess.?.5tifl)ia!''' k
Sfc.;f Josepa iiBuccuzzo'sl iiist
squad circlecW "smaB ridge to
the leftfHhe ffica' pdSltlofc,
to be strategically hiddeii just
below jthe hilltop. 4
The second squad, untied the
command of Sfc: Lon Skolek,
lell behind to, contact radiQ op-erator-iess.ertger
-Pfc; Strbther
Norris lor jnore "weapons, sup support
port support They answered ; with sup sup-portliitiej
portliitiej sup-portliitiej from ,30 caliber ma machineguns.
chineguns. machineguns. '. .'
As1 the1 rplatribri Imarieuered to
withlr 200 .yards, of the aggres aggressor's',
sor's', aggressor's', bunker,, 25pbuhd?',charges
set in. the, ground began to ex explode.
plode. explode. i
j The final phase assault
tar the last 100 yards up to
i the objective wai : the su-
preme test. Here the aggres aggres-i
i aggres-i sow opened fire. Sp4 Jose
, Lamour and Pfc James ;Ko-
naszewski circled the left
; flank with- automatic tifles,
whUe Cpl. OIlie Dent and Pfc.
Vernon Shotkoski used their
automatic rifles to capture
; the bunker.
As soon as the ridge was se secured,
cured, secured, Sfc. Edward Sabin, wea weapons
pons weapons squad leader, moved both
machineguns up the ridge to
prevent the possibility of a
counterattack., With Sabin on
the Number 1 machlnegun was
8p4 William T. McDougalL The
other machlnegun' was manned
by 6f Warren Edwards', and
Pfc. t Donald F. Hopper, This
iction lasted 20 minutes.
The two rifle squads dug in
Just below the ma?hlnegunners.
Full strength was then achieved
when the 81-millimeter- mor mortars
tars mortars and the 106 recoillesa ri rifles
fles rifles ,,wer positioned Just to the
iear.j'-K.M...r'-i,:
?McClenaghan followed the
entire eqercise asbestine 'umpire-
Assisting him were sfc.
Humberto Qaatambide and Sfc.
Celso M. Torres. When the test
Jras completed, these three men
held a "critique.; no sce-res or re re-lulU
lulU re-lulU eres anadef known until
all three SLplatobm completed
their tests.
After, three strenuous hours
in the muddy and uneven
i terrain, 1st Sgt. Robert H.
: Anspaugh relumed his men
j to base camp for showers, a
teak dinner and a well-de--j;
served night of :test.h:: A.
-The week of the platoon test test-.
. test-. Ing was the fourth of ihe unit's
if-week field cycles ;
It was not, the end, however,
hecause the company1 imme immediately
diately immediately began training lrr larger
problems for, the company test,
to be held i during sthe final
week. .

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tO PACI TRIAL
W GREENSBORO,, N.C. (UPIA
iTew Jersey bank robber now
serving 22 years in federal prison
for a bank hold up here and an
escape will so on trial in Guilford

Superior Court tomorrow' om four

charge! .'of kidnaping. Michael
Macejka. 42. ia accused of kidnan.

ing four Greensboro teenagers on

the night of his escape from1 Guil

ford County jail Sept..' 19, and1

iorcing them at knifepoint to
drive .him. Salisbury, N.C

GETTING HIS FINAL INSTRUCTION before the platoon
test is Sfc. Herbert Jones of A Company,1 1st Battle Group,.
20th Infantry. The radio operator; Pfc. Strother Norris, gets
the final word and passes it on to Jones. Thii 1st Platoon,
under fySgt. Robert 'L. Doney, went through Department Department-Of
Of Department-Of the Army tests at the Rib Hato training site. (U,S. Army
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Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker. Pastor
dunda Sciiuo)
Horning W orship
Baptist training Onion
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Brotherhcmd Tuesdays
Prayer Services. Wednesaays
WM.TJ. 1st & 3rd Trldays
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At a public tarvKl. Nil Panama American lists fcalew,. at ttearer ttearer-aariea.
aariea. ttearer-aariea. aoticat at hours al warship a at ether raeuUt seeivities.
listrBfls are ratsted rresp Hma ta tore Dtaamlatjena. tgvina
pee at two cepsreoationi ara hated unsjpi "Othei Churches S Services
A special listmf I included tar aarvicaa at Array aatti. Air a aaaa
aaa Naval ttationi.

Catholic
. MAKVl UiUKUI-Balaoa
Sunday Uaxwo- 7:00. 1:0. 10 00 and
11:00 a.m
Holy Day Haraar: :. :0. u a
ind 6:00 p.m
Coniessiono Saturday. u 0H
and 7:00 to :00 Dm Thurtday. before
ftm Friday. 7:00 to :00 p.m
Uiraeuloua Medal Noven ) :O0 o n
on Monday
Catechua cUw aftac Um 100 Biaw
or) Sunday.
High Scaoai Study Club Ml o m oi
Weaneaday
ACSKP Bt-Atn-Ancou
Sunday Maaiaa.
.Holy Day aMaota n ,nJ 500
a,m
Contaasiona. Satmday t M to 00 and
:ll t 1:00 p.m Tbunday oefara rtr
rriday :00 p m
Sacred Heart Devotiocu IMU bj- a
fridays
Catechtna Clan: : ta :tt p.aa. on
rhuroday
OUR LAD OI l A'I'IMA Curuaan
Sunday Man at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maw at 1:30 p m
Conleixitr.nl : 8:00 t :ii p.m on Sat
Uatecniam l:ih: aaiuroaj e.v w
j .m.
SI. JOSHPH-racalia
Sunday Mawe al :00 and 1:11 a m
Holy Day Miss al S:00 ta
Wmkdav Masses. .00 a.m
Confession: Saturday t:M to to and
.10 In 7:30
Catechism Clan Sunday :w le :w
p.m.
Uiraculou Medal Novenai IM pm
fin Vridav
Convert uutructioru i rnuraaay i :vu
pm
ST. V1NCKNTS Panama City
Sunday Messes 6 00 and 8 30 a.m
Hnlv Dav Masses. 8:30 and S 00 p.m
tit It lalls on Saturday the Masses ere
H (H) and 1:80 a m I
Confaaaiona: Saturday 100 to 5:00 and
1:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursday before First
rriday 7 :30 n.m i
Miraculous Medal Novena. and Sta
Hons of the Cross: rriday 7 0 p.m
Catechism Class: After 1:10 maas e
Sunday
rhursrisv
Convert Class. J p.m. ftiesday and
ST. THBKESA'B CeeaU,
Sunrinv Mass: 8:30 am.
Holy Day Man: 6:00 la (It It (alls
on Saturday 8:30 am i
rsiarhlasa Class. 1:10 la 1:00 P.m on
Monday.
Confessions: :00 to 8:3U a m Sunday
pi. JOHN BAPTrtl DIS LA BALLS
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses 6 .30 and 8:30 sum.
ui..k it. us Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs
r.i .. c rirst rrtriav mass:6:00a.m
Holy Day Masses 6:00 a.m to 6:00
p.m.
Ronlasalons: 1:30 to 410 and 7 a to
telotS SZSft: m-.y I.
P-m .. ... anrf..
Cajtecniam uiass. .u p i
SI rHKBESB-S L :.
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m
Sunday M; l:(W m.
Holv Day Mass: J0 p.m
nfassionsi Saturday :S0 to 7:30 p.m
jTT ......... airsi Ppidav 6:30 n.m.
CatechisnVci.. f.U pm on SundaT
Saered Heart Novena' 7.00 pm. pn
rriday
Convert Claes: 6:10 p.m
an Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'lWColoa
Sunday M?ai
a.4, itKl apeVlt ajn
Holy Di
iay Masses: 8:45 end tm am
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5 :M end
! 1.00 to 8;00 p.m.
Miraculous Meoai novene. """-'
K;i& and T:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena .-rriday I M p m
a,mriv Rvenine Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: .7:18 o m on Mpndsys
mnA Thursflavs.
r.ta-hlnn r.lanK: UililSV IV. 19 a.m. u
11 :4b a.m. 3:00 p.m. to :uo p.m.
iri-.t sviriBVRynnsitlon of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 1 .30
a.m. Saturday morning
First Saturday uevoiions u our lioj
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary 5:00 a im.
First Communion instructions ror n n-dren
dren n-dren Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 to
' 00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAICrlsiebal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 00 a.m. end
3:15 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. Aftev Rosary each eve eve-nine.
nine. eve-nine. Miraculous Medal Novensi 1:15 end
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00
Sundsv.
First rriday Sxptxruon an oar ouring
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at I do am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 0:30. I
e n.
First Saturday Mass:
Weekday Masses:
Saturday .. 7:00 p.m r
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses- 7 :10 e m
Confession .. i:4 pm to
every Mondsy
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group
every rriday.
1st. rriday Devotions .
let. Saturday Devotions .
6:00 a.m
8:00 a.m
8:00 p.m
7:00 p m
5:15 p.m
4:45 p m
7 00 p.m
7 JO p.m
7:00 p m
7:00 pm
BT. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sundav Mans sea: 6:30 sm and l
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 i m sn4 6:00
p m
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 snd MM to
8:00 p.m Saturday
Catechism Class III 4fi s m on Sun1
Convert Class every Monday et 7:06
p.m.
Miraculous Medai Novana. I :U0 o;ro
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Noyenei 7KI0 o.m. or
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatdn
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 o.m
Confession: a:30 to 7:00 om on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Class 4 '00 o m or Mnnrlav
OUB LADY OP HOOD COUV8F.I
Osmboe
Sunda,
ijf Masses: 7:00 god 8:30 sm
Day Masses: 6:00 em. end :(XI
Holy
p.m
Conteaalons Saturday at 7:00 p.ra. and
alter all evening devotluna
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1.-00 Das
on T.ieeday
Sacred Heart Novena, 7:00 pes et
Friday.
Sunday School : 1:M p m. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class (or C'hll
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religions Instruction for adults (Con
ducted In Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Man
nay
Convert Injunctions by appointment

-i K.- -' ..

CHURCH
ra
Episcopal
The ftt Ray R Haaat Caadeai. STB
rhe Very Rev Malawi i
ITJ Oeaa
Peteeeoa,
THE CATHEDRA1 OP ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7.30 am Holy Communion.
t.li am Church School (Holy Com
munion Ird Sunday i
1:H a m Santa Communion. 3ra Sun
day
btuela La inimical a.ir
1100 ain Morning Prayer an
mon. Holy tomrounnc ii autmsj
1:00 p m
Evening Service.
WKDNaADAYS
Holy Communion
Pvenina Prayer
HULY DAYS
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
OAILT
6. Hi an.
'i00 om
4:00 art.
I'M IB
b .ia am Manning Prayes
i? 00 Mi. da MiasJnnary Prayers
COCOU
Church at at Aadrew
Toe Rev William W Baldwin.
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 JO ajn
family Prayer and
Church School 0:30 a jn
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer at Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 a
COBOZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes.
Prleal In Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 a m Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday aacb Month).
SAMBO A
St. Simon's Chauch
The Rev John SDear Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sar-
SUMiAYS
mon
Church School
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong end Sermon .....
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
7:00 a.m
3:00 p.m
5:00 p.ra
7:00 p.m
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion J ,m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ':00 ajn
Momlng Prayer :" a.nv
Evening Prayer 7:00 pan.
SATURDAYS
family Eucharist
Office of Compline
8:M a.m.
:00 p.m
LA BOCA
Peler's Church
Tha Re. John 8oear. Priest In Charge
Monitor Prayer 'and Church
schopi :0;-"
mor , ." 10:30 ajn
Confirmation Class .... .. am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hnlv- BaDtlsm 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address 7:30 p rn
3rd MONDAYS
Woman a Auxiliary e
rHURSDAYS or rEAST DAYS
Holy Communion W
PALO 8 ECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B Shirley. Priest ta Charge
THURSDAYS
1:30 am. Holy toromunion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Braros Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7 30 a.m. Holv Communion,
in,, rhurrh School Service
" r: -" .- u-i
11 00 a m. iwoi-ning rrayei.
Communion first Sunday of
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
t:00 am. Holy Communion.
PAKAlbO
The Rev. Allan R. WentL
Priest In Charge
, The Rev. David A Osborae,; ;
Vicar Emertroa
StlNHA"
a:00 s.iu Choral sucnirm
:10 OJn. Infant Baptism.
g00 im Church School
(heid 1f Bulldtnfe 131)
5:00 om Youth Fellowship
it rvMwniif and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7 30 D in Woman s Auxiliary w
tar Guild Meeting :
PANAMA CITI
St Paul's Chnrek
The Vcn Lemuel
The Rev. Cerlton
B Shirley, Recto'
O. Morales, Asst.
St. NT: 1
6:00 a.m Holy Comrfc-.inipa
a -mi .. m Anna Eucharist at Sermon
I0-4.S m Momlng Prayer end Church
School
12:00 noc Holy Baptism
7 00 '..m Solemn
TUESDAYS
8:30 a m Holy tommuniosi
7:30 om. Evening Prayst end SarmpW
WEDNESDAYS
:0Uai m Holy Communloa
70 u m. Evening Prayer
l'KURiJAYS AN7 FRIDAYS
1:10 n. Holy Communion j
HOLY DAYS
'A0 am Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. H P
lOppoalte Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
t 00 a m. Holy Communion
8 30 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10-30 s.m. Church School
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prsysr
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5 :00 p.m. Evening Prysr
WEDNESDAY
5 40 a m Morning Prayer
6 00 a m. Holv Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer A Address
FRIDAY
8 40 a.m. Morning Prayer
:O0 a.m. Children's Ruchsilsl
5 00 p.mv Evening Prayer
SATURDAT
S 40 a.m. Morning Prayer
IM sm- Holy Communion
I OB b.wi. Xvenlni Prayer
7:10 p.m. Office of Compline.
BIO ABAJO
BL Christopher's Ckareh
10th Street. Parejue Ltrfevre
The Roe Ciireare W ttsysa,
Pytest ta Charge
The Rev, Clareaeo A CragwaB.
Asslslsnt
SUNDAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion.
1 so a m Anne Kuciiarlst and a rmnn

10:80 a m Morning Prayer end Church month

NOTICES

Iltne aaaa
I i:30 a

School.
aaa Hojy Bapyaa.
m vomori aaa an
YS
IM OJB la aad Sra. Vaaaaa-i Aual-
Uan.
TUIS0AY1
Jt P4 alpr OptifBtan at mt
(ta Vouta ralloinlita.
WEDNESDAYS
IM a m Holy Communlea.
? a.m Bvcnini Prayer and ReUgleua
- Instructiona
rHURSJJAVS
S:oa n as. Glrla trlandly Seelety.
ItOt let and tra. SincJetena.
SATURDAYS
'AO jn Junior
Confirms tt on Clara.
Othet Churthts
CRLRCB OP TUB NARARRNB
448 rrangipani Si. Ancon CJ.
Bav timer O Neraoa. rant or
Boa m. Balboa.
CZ.
Tol 2 2(02
, :4& a Jn.
.. 10:46 am
... 6:4o om
... 7:30 P.m
7 JO p m
Sunday School
Worship Service ....
Youth Service
Evangelistic Service
Prayer Service. Wed.
METHODIST
Sunday: a.m Panama Wesley
an a.m aunnav acnow.
" 7.11 am. Evangelical Servlt
and Sermon.
Sunday 1 a.m. Paraiso
IP a jp. raraiao aunaay ocnoui
" 1:1 p.m. Paraiso evangelical
" Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oet. lth 1 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson ID. 7 pm Mr. A. A.
Lovaii.
Monday. Oct. ztnn a:w pro. rrepa-
ration Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7 .30
pm. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, uct. zist 7:o p.m. oiru
League. Mrs. K. King.
Fridey 7:30 p.m. Choir rrartice.
CHURCH Orlmi MAZARKNE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box (Oil Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: a-1183
Sunday School a nt-
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Evening Sorylet 7 J pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 0r Btroot Kaat
Rev S. N tarew. aUarater
Divine Worehlp .......... 1:30 a m
Siindav School 1:00 p m
Sunday Masses T. 7:45 11:45
Rio Aaaja, R.
Sunday School
1 :00 p m.
JIMOVAB'B PnTNKSSK
Mae tings Thursday at IM and
Sundays at 4:00 am Wits MamorUi
806 Bslta Read. Balboa,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OR
LATTER DAI SAINTS (Mermen)
Chanel an Balboa Road
Priesthood Mealing: Bundsy 8 J a, an
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a m.
Sacrament Meeting! Sunday 4:00 p.m
neiiei society, meeaay e w ea.
MIAi Wednesosy T'JO pja
Primary; Thursday M
Telephone Balboa 4117.
Atlaatte Rnaeb
Building, 100, Scheelhouae Road. Garun
dunaay acnooti munoay v,v -..
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday U:M a.c
CURUNDU PROTUTANT CHURCH
"A Warn Betrtsd Ohnrsb
Miltaa It Uldlg, sMftalwaw
v... a. si.7111 Of. 83'lltS
Sunday Behaol ........... t: a.p
I A 1aaa far avarv aaol
Mnlnf WnrshlB 11:00 a.BI
. Youth Tallowahlp 12
Eevenlpg Worshia J2 J
Prayer and Ptalsa (Wad.) T4S .tn
A ehureh nurtey ta aravtdoa.
" OLI CATHOUC Vsiai .
St BagB jtJ Tha. Bawfal
Sacrament as uniroeai tv s
vice) rtret Sunday ai aaeb eeenta I
1
ateaai atfbat. Caxtettaa Obarea)
SaaassA R.P
Bt Bav
f. jsmee. D. D.
orfleiettng.
Morning devotloni
Fellowship Worship ....
Sunday Seheol
4 .00 a m
11 K a m
SM (.m
THE CHRIST A DEL PHI -NS
fanama District
Seout Hall. Rainbow City
Himiiav School a.m
Morning service
a Hi lit flllilai Classes each
It a m
UmuliV at 7. 10 p.m.
rxi.,t. Awn).. 7:10 p.m
Visitors are welcome at all services
and classes.
BAHArB CENTER
sa rfnf Stares
Urbanizaclon El Carmen, Pan ami City
informal Talks and uiscuesione
Thursdays v:WL 9m"
Colon, 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Basasr)
Study Classes Thursdays, taa p.m
BETHEL MlSSlOft CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso. C.Z.
Rov Wsldsha H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
1:00 p.m. Sundsy School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week ChrlsUsa
Fellowship.
Thursday: 1:00 ChoK Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCh'oF OOB
It St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abaje
A. J. Anvlck Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Psstor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:1
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7 10.
Weekly Service. Nights; Monday -Wednesday
snd Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscure Rd.)
L. Rio Abaio
. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School- 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night .Service .... 7:30 pm
, CHURCH OF GOD
' I 7031 Eighth St.. Coldn
Mrs. L. C. Danaldsoa. Pastor
Sunday School 9 30 a.m
Mornlns Worshia 10:30 a m
Sunday Nlst Service .... 7:30 pm
THE CHURCH OP OOD
New Providence
Mre. M. Bines Psstor
Sundav School 10 00 s in.
Morning Worshia 11:00 s.m.
Sunday Night Service ... 7:30 pm.
FIRST. CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sta
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Psstor
Sundsv School 9:30 s.m
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30pm
COMMUNITY CHAPItL
Diablo Heights. C.Z
(near Dlaluo school)
Rev.
Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 38
Diablo
Heig
ehts cj.z.
Phones: Home, (Jamboo 117
Chorcfa Balboa 71
'Sunday
School 10:00 a.m
Worehlp Service 11 00 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
Svengellstle Service 7:30 o m
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 7 SO p.m.
Lutheran
RiptF.MF.st LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Read at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gnastek, Pastor
-PO. Bex 666. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Clsss 9 s m.
Divine Service 10:18 a.m
Holy Cammiinlon, first Sunday of tin
month. 1 J..
Atlantic Bide
Cere Solo Chapel
Mr. Freeerlrk S. inter.. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holv Communion, last Sundsy of the

t i t f
; i .. I ;; i;:

Jewish
eyrtn VYaltare rtaiara Bid 'JM- La'1
aura dau. Balboa. Cl.'Bb Nathan
WlUrin Ojroctps. ... .. .... v
Sorvi Prlday, t0 poo- aatuTdw
tSaa ttrttaa at Jewish teryteas
antn Posia Basaa and Stations!,
' Congregaooo Kol Sbearttn Israel. Avo Avo-aiaa
aiaa Avo-aiaa Cuba and Wtb Street, BelU Vista.
Papaavi Ctt Servreos 1.00 naa
Christian Scientist
Cariftiajs Scianre Chorrfaes
first Caarch a( Chrtat, Scientist, Ancon
sag Ancon Boulevard
Siindav SvrvipM 11-fin am jSnnriav
seneei n:io a.m.
Wednesday 8:00 n.m.
Reading Room atM Balboa Road Open
dally except Sundays and holidays from
1:30 to 11:30 a.m. ana 1:10 to :00vp-m
Saturday: f:30 to 11:30 ajn. .
Evening Hours 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. except
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
riRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Cristobal
All church services will be held in
tha Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple In Crietdhal (next door to the
Margarita Florist). Entrance is on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet-
8 :00 o'clock.
unday School" is held at 4:30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:00 to 7:15
p.m.
you are cordially invited to aueno
the services and to use the Reading
Room. .,
Posts and Bases
' PACIFIC SIDfc
Protestant
FORT AMADOH
Sunday School ':W
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00.
FOR'l CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building, No.
126) 0:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 1:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KOBBE
Sundav School 1:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship .............. 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hate .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:08
ALBROOK AIR I'ORCB BASE
lunriav school :su
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship 1:30 A 10:45
Youth fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :"
Morning worsnip u vu
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
1 5th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship s:w
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:00
CathoUe
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass aav
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8:30
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:30 A 7:30
Sunday 8:00 A 8:25
FORI CLAYTON
Dally Mass :
Sundav Masses 7:45 & 9:00
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 8:00
FORT SLOBBR
Dally Mass o:i
Saturday Masses 9:00
Sundav Masses 8:00 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Cent easlens-rSaturday 6:00 A .7
(.OSOttll. 1
Sunday Mass
iisiinnl air FORCE BASE
M..vw. n
Daily Mass 5
airii Mm 7:00
Sundae Masses 7:45 12:00
a-.T.h 7:00
Novena Services-Tuesday
Confeaalsns-Ssturdsy 7:0v
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass 8:30
Jew tea
FORT KOBBE
Saturday :"
OSO-JWS. Balboa
Friday .... V:38
S I. BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday :n
1IKO-.IWB (Balboa)
Saturday :
ATLANTIC SIDB
Prot aslant
rORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 151 .... 1:00
Morning Worship 10 :30
Praver Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday IM
KYBB-Wednasdsy-Post rhapel 8:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chanel ?:30
FORT OUUCK
Sunday School
9:30
10:45
Morning Worshia
Youth Fellowship, Sundsy ....
Bible Study, Wednesday
Ladles Chape) Guild, 1st Thurs.
6:30
7:30
1:30
II S. NAVAL STATION. COCO Solo
Sunday School
Horning Worshio 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass i m
Sundsy Mass 9:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Sundsy 8:45
FORT GULICK
Sundsy Masses 8:30 and
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass
9 30
a in
ii
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and 6
30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
pally Mass
Saturday Mass
unday Mass
4 00
8:30
9:00
COCO SOUTO
Sunday mss ii:w
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 7:18
Qreek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted It tha Church of the Anunciatlon.
Via BellRarlo Porras. San Francisco ds
ia cgieta. ranama city, n.r.. ana al
tha Church of St. Anthony. Avenldg
Melendez. Colon, R.P.. on alternate tiun.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
8K-.1119.
days at 9:30. For further Information,
Seventh Day
Adventut
Weekly Services in all churches
ss follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible- Study end Prayer Servicf
7 Mi p.m.
Pacific Side Panami
Pastor W H- Waller- Tel 28-1-3506
Cabo Verde. Ave i F de la Ossa
No 17 Chorrlllo 15th No. 27 Pue.
Bio Nuevo I-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Abato Uth No. 17 Gambca
ana enioiisi.
Pastor Q, D Williams Tel. 4-5B0
Pastor A. A. Gristle Tel. H01
Spanish Charches Psrlfle Side Panami
Pastor Norberto Qulros
Panama, Calls Derlen No t
, Pedreaal Nuevo Cuarard.
Atlantic Bide
Pastor G. A. Je(frlee-Tel. IM20L
Colon
Crlstobel English 16th A Bolivar Ave
Crlstobsl Spanish-16th It Bolivar Ave
('entrsl Office:
0844 Oavllan Road-Tel. I-18.M 531

ST. MTIR'S
. - t Itcs
Ai ii cuilomary on tht first
Sunday of oicb month, tb Wom
an i Auxilitrr of' 5t. Ftm i
Church in La Boti will maki Hi
corporiU communion ui r,o-
ly eucnami tomorrow inorninti,'.
The1 aervici befiina ll, 1):30,
with thi choir in sttendand, and
the Rv. John 3pir ii ciiebriot
ana preichir.j '
On Tridiy morning,- tht wiek
ly- celebration will takt piac at
Pdro Migml. baginnini ?:30.
RIDIIMIR LUTHIRAN
Balboa-Coca Sola
In Lutheran sarvicei this Sun
day .on' both' iide"0f the Iitbmm
Univerial Bible Sunday will be
remembered in' the lermoni and
Drivers.
At Redeemer Lutheran tnurcn
in Balboa the Rev. Robert F. Gus Gus-ick
ick Gus-ick will oreach on "The World of
Hooe" at. 10:15 .m. Holy Com-J
munion will alio be idminntra
in the lervice.
On the Atlantic side at the Co-
co Solo chipel it vl i.Ri. Simi Simi-nirian
nirian Simi-nirian Frederick 8. Blick will
speak on thi Advent theme: 'Bi 'Bi-hoH.
hoH. 'Bi-hoH. Thv-Kins Cominth.'
Thii tributt to tho work of thi
Bible locietiei in oroyidini tht
Scriptures in over thouund
Unguigei it; pricei 1 within 1hi
range or rreryone has Decomt as
arinull part of tht pirlih pro-
gnnt With thii itrviet tw -con-
Salvation Army
Being Featured
On HOXO Program
' Tht Mondayw'tvtnirir progriin
heard over station HOX0 from 9
to 9:30 titled "Panama pulpits";
is featurinr the Salvation Amy
this month, itaning im wonoay
veiling with Mij. John A. Sund Sund-berg,
berg, Sund-berg, tn lections! officer il,
ipeaker. v
This Monday evening- the Pans
ma City Corpi young people will
i tain be heard under tht direc
tion of Sr. Capt, Lor SinS
Rhodes, the sectional youth offi
r, with Al-C Russell Cloer giv giving
ing giving the Bible message after Tt
ribio Samuels' vocal olo.
Followink the message, tht con
tralto vocalist Mrs. Janet Horns-
burger will render "When Jesui
Came". .Mrs. Horn iburger who,
in addition to being in excellent
euphonium player, has been on
the Isthmus only i few months
fher husband stationed with tht
Navv here, is slrtldy well
known for her mellow voice heard
In various music camps of the
Salvation Army a well i in
large concert halls in Philadelphia
Snd New York.
. .vThe program ii also feituring
a vocal dueHby. Al-C Russet and
Mlthilda Cloery the lattenficcohi lattenficcohi-panyine
panyine lattenficcohi-panyine on hr accordion.
The Rev. Paul Pretii, program
director of HOXO who is in
charge of the programs, will be
at the piano. The iptaker for next
Monday is Sr.: qapt. Lomine
Rhodes.
FBI Chief Believel
local laws Best
For Criminal Bioot
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (UPD
icri Biroftnr J. EdKar Hoover
sain tortav local law enforcement
offiaials can best deal justice to
"criminal bigots" responsible for
hnmh nss of synagogues too
srhnnls.
Hoover said he did not want to
make a federal crime out of the
acts of terrorism.
Aty. Gen. William P. Rogers j
aid recently Justice Department
officials were seriously consider considering
ing considering legislation to deal with tht
bombings.
Writing in the FBI's liw en-,
forcement bulletin. Hoover dt dt-clared:
clared: dt-clared: "The grave danger in thtit
acts of terrorism lies in tht JBCt
that they are spawned in blind
hatred. Only the extreme lunstic
fringe of our population could ptr-
Situate or encouragt luch trim,
(o community is ummni from
:.to! attack.
He said citizens should look to
their local law enforcement igen
cies for protection agiinit real or
treatened violence btctiie expe expe-rlence
rlence expe-rlence proves that crime ii a lo local
cal local problem "most efftctively
diagnosed and combatttd 'on tht
Inral lpvel.
In New York, RepV Kenneth B'
Keating (R-N.Y.) said there had
been nearly 70. anti-Jewish acts
of violence thii ytiritHt billed
for laws on interstate conspiracy
and for federal legislation enforc enforced
ed enforced by tht FBI.'' ;
Modern Art Glee
Club To Present
Yuletide Program
The Modern Art Gill Club un under
der under the direction of Arnold Wal Walters
ters Walters will present a Christmas pro program
gram program at the newly innaugurated
Elks Club on Via Espana at 3:30
p.m. on Dtc, 21.
The sroiip will rtndtr Itiitr
known enrols, familiar ones, lev
tfal pieces of local composers
snd from Handel's "Mtssiao."
The Program wlU also feature
Felicia rVilliams, soprano; Vernon
Cox, ttnor; 8eth Rose, pianist;
Guillenno Lopez, bairltoni; ind, S
musical ensemble,
Tickets can be obtained from
members of the Glee Club. i

DROUGHT THREATINS SPAIN
MADRID (UPI)-A flvt month
drought threatened central Spain
today with i's wont wittr short shortage
age shortage in nearly -a hundred yean,

marcs

crtgition is sir prepared for itl
ytirly contrihuiimi to the local
central Amtrics agency if f tht
AmtrieiB Bibit- Soenty in Crif-o
''i:-":' Psnama Clt--:'.v''iVt
Tht members at tha Woman's
Auxiliary will mike thtir monia-
iv cerpontB : communion tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, tht itcond Sunday )n Ad
vent, at tht I o'clock Eucharlsr,
at St.' f aul'i Church, Panami Ci City.
ty. City. Other atrvicti for tht diy will
ot ii b s m. ind vtiptn snd Str-
mnn at 7 n m
At tho cloe of Veiptrg -rhert
wiu do a ineeung or tnt viitry.
a T(r;a :
OF STT.n:3T!l
The slate waara
Gad't wwd It hwf kt
and preoched is in indeed
deed indeed a place whore
you aaa Nad ajrlrit
power.
THI INVITATION B TO

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Tht Snd of Tour Sesrch for a FrWndlr Ckwek
8 ;20-l 0 :40 "THE CONSOLATION OF
THE CHRISTIAN'
!n tlit fsct of tiie comlrif of Ohrlst and his ludsi ludsi-ments
ments ludsi-ments on the wotld what is tht eomfort that Chrlt Chrlt-tlans
tlans Chrlt-tlans hayt? Part of a strtts on I and II Thsialoniana
Chapel Choir Solo, .Mrs. W. Haarne v- Adult Choir
1 0 :0CtllU)REN'S CHAPEL Mr. R. L. Snyder
9 :30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes loralJigts)
"The whole counsel of. God" Is unashamedly tausht
In every class; we omit no Bible doctrine because
every group may not agree. You owe It to yoursekto
.try one of the ten dtp84rtrnent--there,s room for
every member of your fsmlly. Temperance lesson
today. ', t
6 :30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION1
Why be skilled and trained In evttxtWns: -,but church
lifV and Bible living? Here's theiilaeB to "apeak your
part snd lesrn how to express yourself.
7:30 "A CRY FOR REALITY
Not often do you Aear a aermon from Lamentations.
But. here is s message out of the past, for the people
of today. 3600 years ago Jeremiah revealed what ji
wrons; with our churches of( today.
Youth Choir quartet Lord's Supper
Bible Centered Mission Minded W Gotpel Slnrins
EVERYONE 1NVITED--NURSER1ES PROVIDED

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Are you Ift a growins; BS.fJlf the -Bible Uught as the
Word of God Adequately staffed ; by christlaTt teachers?
Sourfd educations principles fQllowid? Wt-lnvitt you this
kind of aS.8;-'-, -: V'r .. '$fc'x-&i7 r v;
In the life -of isaae we. find" a; close parallel in Christ's. t
Come andh'tar the BiW prtsched. $ew famiUtS; welcomed.
6:O0i tiif ( :
7:00'QOP'i &SVVER FOR WlSlANSl ;
; Lord's -upper 1 Missionary Day
Why cannot we make aains W Christ? The spiritual dipth "i
"of church is so shallow we nttd e, deepuforlt of Ood In
O.Ur.Mfe. !-t .v:.rnt .- : ji.: ; -'

JVjiijonaryK-- Nurury k Evangelical

Two New Shows

To Be Aired
Over CFN-TV
Twt new thowa will be introdue introdue-ed
ed introdue-ed to CTN TV vieweri during tht
coming wttk. Beginning tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, Id liWow'i "Set It Now"
ii to bt prtlen'ed at l;J0. p.m.
Thia ii s lix wtek leriei.
, On Tueidiy. it 10 p.m., ; Club
Chtfkerboirdii to make its) dt-
but. This fpiturtc rtlaxtd. ind t t-iy
iy t-iy music in ronttmporiry ind
modern .. jiti tempo, with .Isri-1
Grant ai ion g itylut snd organ-
lltr
IHIPflNO T0NNA0I UP
LONDON UPlV-Uoyd's Rt- ;
iittr of Shipping laid today that
groaa tonnagt m tut world i mer merchant
chant merchant fleeti now totali 111,034,000 :
tons. The:' 1958 increase was
7.7U,OO0, poitwar reeord, ititl
Lloyd'.,

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is with s spscially' bexsd
gift, sf owt8 :tsst ;tsmptinf W

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RADIO OUTLBT-HOXO, IN Ac
. We Preach Christ
Craeltted Rleea Cemtng Agsla
Ustea ta "Manna bj Tha Morning"

Thost without" church
home aretispecitlly in-,

everyone.;; I

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SCHOOL Enellah 9:30

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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HAKFINGTON

ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEON fAf TOOAT

United States Ambassador

; toa entertained at 4 luneheen too ay at eir reiddenea.in (a
. Cresta. " - . - -5
,' -Tha occasion honored CVAirtsaaaaa and Mr, frank. Y. Bow
erf Ohio and Secretary of tht British Embassy and- Mrs. E. T.
ItBigfS,. y -.- t

Tonight's Party1
Honors Hindi piamenet
A ocil.vnt of.this Evening
Will be a cocktail buffet honoring
Jliodi Dii-njaRd' at the hnhio M
the National Distillery" fw-m Oe
S p.m. .'.-i?.;?'"
The oartv it-belne givea bv the
JCoJoa Frei Zone W int?oduce?1tij
bw maga We, "mam; THIS
Month;" ror whieh Mrs. diamond
Balboa Weman'i Clb. r i
Plans .Annual .'runch :
The ':annucl brwrfli of tha Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Woman's x Club has bea
planned for Wednesday, Dec. .JO,
at 9:$0 '.i.! in tha Tem Room o,'
the Tlol"1 Guest House, .- s
4'
. SPEAKER
Herbert X- Ceffman
from Houston, Texas. ,f .v
Come adlhejifejjie, wortf
6od nreatched' x Al.-it
Ood Breached, ini ll y
: i simDlinity t .. ;
Church of Christ-' 1
, 0851 Balboa ltd.
Meetingp ithtj?
Dec.:.S,.'9.!aH:0aJP.M,,.,''
Dfc. 3 preie -ttirwM,' ,l
I Bible alike?
Dec; 4 Cn wa utidewtand tte'
Dec, Salvation ii by faith.
Dec. 6 On Baptism; ,t V i
Deci 7 Morning The prophecy
tf the. establtshmant of
the vCburch.- Evening;
The mark 4t the New
Testamant Church.
Dec '8 The 9 i orm a tlon and
restoration of the
. 1 .Church
Dec, 9 What must I do with Je Jesus
sus Jesus who is called Christ?
No collections taken, -

flY 3 ANGELS
Theatre Guild ; Playhouse Anon, C,Z,
Dtetmbtr I 1D$c$mbn 16
For ticket reiervationn, call Mra.-Kathy Wilber, Balaoa
I S438, between the hours of 19:00 a.m, to 1:00 m.
' or 3:00 p.m. to T;Q0 p,m-

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I I 7 i JL Jl "' -.:!, YT Jl itw h1 -kettrfW ram I )
i I j ( i linwy et e waulor rt I
( ; I Smoother ahaving awpiti row eloaer, aafer ahavea, tool I
! I Now twli your day with the, ideal ahaving oombjnation I
7 new iVBitnHRr-OHioit imjbctok precision rater l
' I : anfadthentic acviOK iNJicTo' blades.; V
. Your good appearance depends J 'XS

AGENCI AS ;

h,.r.O, lox 1900 Pmm

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And Mrs. Julia fiske Harrliu.
A 'Christmas, progr-m vill be
irenifiu.
tUseivations or cancellation
shouia u maba -befora ngn Men Men-day
day Men-day witn Mrs. less Wee, tfaiooa
146J. gr Airs. Sark'ttbwiej, Bal Bal-O0
O0 Bal-O0 3614. f
Oancinf Tenlghf V" ,J
At. Pari Ainadar ;ty.
Activities'-w Menlna; 'at the
f or( Amaoor Utficers' Open Mesa
wiU feature dancing to toe music
of Luche Aicirraf aad hi en en-semftie.
semftie. en-semftie. Daucmg will be from 8:30 p.m.
to 19: SO .m.
farewell Dinner Henert
Jehn Caan "amily
' Mr. aad Mrl-J-jSkelby Albritton
aoterUiuad ast evening at a din dinner
ner dinner party honoring-' Mrr and Mrs,
John Coon and the!, children, Sa Sara,
ra, Sara, Shirley and John Jr.; who will
tail jfer thr": lithmus Jtomorfew
morning aboard tha Goathals.
They will visit -elativea in the
States before going to Davisvil,
K,I vnere 'Chief Coon hbaaB
assigned, y4 ferved here aboard
the Jasper at Rodr n Naval Sta Sta-Uon.
Uon. Sta-Uon. The dinner party, given in the
Albrjtton quarter at Hodman, was
attujidcd by a 'K mall group of
rriends. .-; v.-
Q; :te
ote
'CHICAGO Mayor Richard
Daley oi Chicago in. pieciging that
the iire tragedy at Our Lady of
Angals. sqboBl .nav.w will,, he ,j-a;
"When all tb invesUgations of
the fire are ended, all the necea necea-'
' necea-' Mii stena will, he taken to m-
teot our children,, AU he f?i-1
tie of, the eity will be thrown -0
t;iiS,"yj. ,4 ; .j
PHQENiX, Ac. -Capl. iQrma
forehead of the Phoenix ; police
on tha murder of gamblei.;Gua
d-senbaum and his wife: ;
' "We picked up some finger-
prims': -wo ate cnecmng mam om.
We don't have any other ead
We have much diking and much
footwork lo do."

Uhqu

WA8HWOTAV, 7rC 1 a a a e n, f Richards," BoriM! Bob Bob-Chick
Chick Bob-Chick one of he pawnaeri eris, Mign0n G. Sampson; lose-

crdaned into tee rowmac itivar
, "'It'wa flying alone when all
of, a sudden watai whed in and
metal started flying."
LONDON SculplQi? David Mr
Fall on fr'ticisnn tha 1 his. stattte
of Sir wins on Churchill makas
the Briiah leader look like a go
rlt'. a turtle or a mean old man.
Mi have i!"moted to- portrav
Sir Winston 11 1 man of inlal
left. T wasn't making a 'ohy jug
yw know.'' '
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MUNDI ALES

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Cavawaik, Varltty Shew iv
Paare afiguai Awaoiniy Three,
UiVwf. t Kaiuoow lor Girls, will
sponsor a cakewalk -and variety
u iaii.evvo.ug at ? at tha An,
coo Misonjc Teniplf.
Caka Sale Sunday
At Setrtd Htrt CheMi
The Altar floiary society of
Sacred Jltart Outpel at Ancoa
will tpenier a etke 11 1 tomor
row, Cgkei, piaa and cookies will
Da wtertfl tyr aiie in tne Social
Hall after the f ;30 iqd :S0 a m..
masses...
Medical Atsecietien
Parties teoiihf ;
-Tha Fert Amador Officers' Open
ei wut ea tne arena of a dm
ner a. nc party inn eveqe tor
manberj and guasts of the Med
ical Association, of the Isthmian
vanai zone. ..
iCoektails will be aerved from T
U 1 p.m., Mowed by dinner and'
dancing to the mtnic of Lucho
atrarraia fB, hit ensemble.
Mr. and Mrs, Vartas
Hv Guert Pap Helidayi
, Mrs. William .v Dambach of
rittsourgh, pa., arrived by olaef
Satiirday to spend the holidavi
with Mr. and Mrs. David A
Yerkas f Diablo Heights.
uMrs. Dambieb fs the aunt of
Mra. Yirkes, :
38FlrsmWm
Graduate Today
At Santa Cruz
'"'The Volunteer Corns of the Ca
nal Zone Civil Derense graduated
3g first aiders ye' terday morning
at m aanta 1 rui tervice canter.
.jWilliahv H. Gordoh wis tha A-
Sericfcn Red Cross instructor for
e course in atndard first aid.
iThose grsduating ar:
. Junie Amantine, Sylverton K K-Amantine.
Amantine. K-Amantine. Emesins Archibold,
Pearline Ashley. Ruby M. Bella Bellamy.
my. Bellamy. Louise Bovall, Myrtle Bovell,
Miriam I Brathwaite. Kenneth
A. Brown, Jr., Sylvia G. Brown.
Carlos E. Buchanan. Rosalie M.
Chase Olga U. Conliffe. Alice R.
Cox. Convince S. Dalmase. Fa
menia H. Kave Iselda ft.
George. Yvonne E. Hawkins,- Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy A. Headley. Eugenie W.
TIenry, Conine A. Henry, Eha!a Eha!a-na
na Eha!a-na H. Holder. Margrette E. Innis.
FederickA. Lawrence Carmen E.
MfynarrV Fdith MaeFarlane, Io Io-line
line Io-line B. MedricV Ometa S. M M-Ijjtt,
Ijjtt, M-Ijjtt, Richard Millett. L a 0 n 0 r a
rrmcr F smeieta.J. Ricnaras,, Mor
jhine E. Sealey. Cu!iclaJr, Wade,
l.uciiie Wane. Dorothy White
Brilidt Pacifists,
To invade Secret
US M
LONDON (UPI) .r- A group of
British pacifists v said ; s ebterday
they would attempt to invade a
secret' U.S. missile bate and dik
runt construction of the tha mutti
i mil I ton-dollar project by aurreund aurreund-iing
iing aurreund-iing a concrete mixer.
' '
A spokesman for th Direct Ac
tion Cbmmittee Against Nuclear
War said the demonstration was
pmnnea jor gaiuroiy and noW-
. -ww aiBB u.
Miss Pat Arrowsmith, field or-
gamier lor ine lo-member com com-jmittee,
jmittee, com-jmittee, said about 30" persons
were expected to participate in
iijp oamonstration at via u. S
ir roree Baa at North Plcken Plcken-him
him Plcken-him where a Thor Intermediate
Ranee Balliitlr Min. inoivf
bae is being constructed.
The base, a shnrt Hi
' m u vmxi. c: HUtFt
London, fprhnirallv is iinrini ka
jurisdiction of the British Air
Ministry. An official at the min min-jatry
jatry min-jatry declined ta comment on the
proiecrea oemonstration-,
miss Arrowamiui stressed that
none of th rnmmltt's m am
Ihfd.iny connection with any po-
:i(icai pany. Mia saw tne basic
.ww. namonsiration was to
arouse public opinion agiinat ua ua-claar
claar ua-claar warfare. v
African Delegates,
Observers, Arrive
For Ghana Meeting
. accra. Ghana, Dae. I (UPI)
npni ai; over Atrica
oonvergaij on, this flity today for
Mon.jay'8 opening of ri all-Afri-oa
conference rated by -an Amer American
ican American observer as important to
the entire world.
Obienws from Britain, West
Germany, tha Beviet union and"
the United States ware also
scheduled to attend tha meet-
Dr. Horace Bond, dean of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta University arrlvad yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He said tha Influence of the
ronfaranca will be "profound on
the structurt of tha vhwla
world.." ; -y-. .A-.,:.,.
Ha said "it could vari lead to
tha weapon-of e new nation"
btjt did not eliborete pn v hat
ha meant.. --iu'
. Fouad Gajal, former praaldent
Of -Egypt's National ; Assembly
wha arrived, at the hesd of an
ll-man t delegation aald"Now
that we stand -together the
truegla -for freedom nd lnrtt lnrtt-pendence
pendence lnrtt-pendence will be on our aide:"

Pbfce Probe Double Killing
Of Las Vegas Gambler, Wife

PHOENIX. Arii, (UPI) Police
investigating the .throat-cutting
double murder df gambler Gua
ureenoaum and an wife today
sought former employe .who
once aerved a onion sentence tor
stealing from Greenbaum. i,

; juimer Jarvu was wsnud forond her throat also out. was .-ia
questioning on his whereabouts ari covered 71 yard away in a don

the. tima of the brutal .: slsyings,!
rouce asm uretnoaunj- signeo a
complaint which led to Jarvis' ar arrest
rest arrest and conviction of stealing
S45.000 in 1S from tha Las ...Ve ...Vegas
gas ...Vegas Flamingo hotel owned by the
wealthy gambler. .-vvW
Jarvia, sentenced to two to 14
years in Nevada state prison, wr
released before hia term expired
and leas than two weeks Ago was
aeesrta Ua, Voiae. :r
Police amphaaued Jarvia ; wis
not a suspect but that ha was
sought as a matter of routine
Authorities are investigating
the possibility that tha double
Kimng was tae wors or the un
aerworid nut
to favor tha

detectives appeaitd Greenbaum, a former bookie
belief that Green- hare befora heading a group that
is wife died ,t UieiiBj 1949 bought the Flamingo Ho

hands of : a disgruntled firn,!

employe... -.tporUsd '"million dollar proiit
A $10,000 reward waa beins of- when -lelllne It in 19S4. was an

lerea lor tne Killer.
fared for the killer.

Omaha, Nebv To Be Next
On CFN's Home Town'

Omaha and the state of Nebras
ka will be next on CFN's "Home
Town, U.S.A." program to be
see and beard on tha network's
radio and televisio facilities next
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Thia w'H
mark the fifth time that a city and
State have been honored on the
program.
in Keeping with a policy esta established
blished established when 'he first Mich show
appeared on CFN, Mrs. Doris
Caldwell will; agsin host i party
fqr residents of Omaha and Ne
braska at the rort Kobbe Service
Club immediately following the
broadcast.
Anyone may appear n the pro program
gram program aimoly by calline CFN at
87-5108. Members of the military
ar reques ed to wear Clais "A"
uniform with tie. as the shows at-
during the actual airing and flown
back to the U.S. for possible use
in the Hat honored.
Many ttate and eity officials
,havt written letttrs te Mrs.
Caldwel extendino bait withes
te all participants en the pre pre-rem
rem pre-rem and these attending the
party following tha broediait,
Widespread publicity has, bean
given the program (n news newspapers
papers newspapers back heme,
Nebraska, known aa the "Cow
busker State" was the 57th stale
admitted to the union. Ita state
flower is the goWenrod and its
quality tiefoce tn Law," Jt
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Greenbaum, died of suffocation
in har Phoenix home. A coroner's'
Li PliT. .J. Z.
associate otlsin gangster Bugsy
of the University of Omaha.
"Home Town. U.S.A." was de
vised by f!FN to allow the folks
back home to see thef friends
and relatives now in the Canal
Zone--without the expense of a
trip back, home. Children are par particularly
ticularly particularly welcome u.. the program.
The Herman W. Englert of Al Al-bropkAir"
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In NlftUT Ynrtr RnnL 'Michigan hoodlum, refused to telt
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NEW YORK, (UP!)- P olice
could And no trace today of a
nice-looking little old lady who
robbed a midtewn Manhattan
bank of $3,0oa by threatening to
throw aci4rMi teller'a face.
The woman; about 0 yean old,
staged the robbery so quietly
yesterday that three nearly
bank girards gave her" no a'ten a'ten-tlon
tlon a'ten-tlon and about 75 cmtome' sr in a
First Na'ioDak Ciu Rank hr.Rh
Who stood behind her in line were

unaware tiPidup; was ,in prpg- torney. ..
ress, A a ':- Kennedy id th,jwltpess bad
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the iaa-the tellfM'Lottis Bsail, 25 stepped guage difficulty in talking with
on an "alarm; Wimr. The fitiaids ibe committee 5 staff before the

rushed into the street but the lit
ne oiq iaa.v nso atappesred.
Banle ssid the waman patiently
waited her turn in line and when
sne stepped np '0 the window ahe
held s glass with some liquid in
it with one hand and handed him
a note that read:
"I have acid in this glass. If
you don't give me what I want,
I'll splash if on you. 1 have twa
men in here and someone will get
hurt I want all your fives, tens
and 20s. Hurry.'
Basile said he hurried.

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Melvin J. Dugta and arrested
him for driving 130 miles in;
hour,Dugaa told them "I, was
just trying to get ouf of your (
way."
NIEOS A WIPE
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writied. It was a-rich shade o
Dlue-
B.ur.B dim mtht
teen Taipei coffee shops aiked
the City Council to revoke a po police
lice police ruling against dim lights. The
shops, staffed by waitresses who
ait with the customers, reported
they fou.nd business' in, better
when the light are low.
STEALS SWIMMING POLLS
MINEOLA, N.Y. (UPIV-Naa-ssii
County degectives were put
iled today as to why a thief, in
the present winter cold, stole two
swimming polls from the Lancer
iPool Corp
Cammarata Pleads
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In Rackets Probe
WASHINGTON, Dec. f (UPD (UPD-Franlt
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(he Detroit juke box business.
The Sicilian born ex convict,
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He said "incriminal" instead of
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Committee counsel Robert F.
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he CouJov, barelv speak Kngusn
and was unable to afford an at
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imarata had bought a new house
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of what will become a long play- j
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURD AT, DECEMBER I, l5l
Beats. Garta; Vieiai
10

Marlboro

:Widen:;,.lL

Bill Gabler's Two-Run Homer
Decides Thrilling Ball Game

-- o
i s if

The red-not 3iariDoro MtioKers enjoyea a sonu
one-and-a-half game lead in the Panama Profession Professional
al Professional League today and they could thank three players
for the 4-2 victory over the champion Carta Vieja
Yank which inrreassed their martin last night.

Firstbaseman Bill Gabler's two-run homer in the
seventh broke a 2-2 tie after outfielder Hank Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell had smashed a two- run triple in the second to
deadlock the contest. While all this went on, lefty
Bob Milo was tw irling a neat seven-hitter to pick up
his second win against no defeats.

The Smokers, rated by the ex experts
perts experts as the team least likely to
op the pennant before the cam.
paign started Nov. 20, have now
won three straight. They hold a
two-game advantage over third third-place
place third-place Cerveza Balboa and a
two-and-a halt game margin
over the Kings.
Smoker rooters are saying
that the loop leaders haven't
really got started yet. They ar argue
gue argue that Chuck Hardway, Den Denver,
ver, Denver, Class AAA American Asso Association,
ciation, Association, who arrived here early
this week has yet to play a game.
And that when he takes over
the hot, romer from flyhawk
Bobby Prescott, Marlboro smoke
will turn into flame. Prescott
made two errors last night.
Add all that to the fact that
the Smokers are still expecting
an additional outfielder and
pitcher, both from the high
minors, and you'll admit that
the picture does look rosy for
the erstwhile underdogs.
Gabler, a lefthander swinger,
had had just ,two basehits
both singles in his previous
25 at-bats, which included last
night's game.
In the seventh with Maiiito
Bernard who had walked, on
base, he served notice that he
meant business when he fouled
off a Jim Umbritch pitch that
went foul far over the right field
fence.
Then Gabler teed off on an another
other another offering that dropoed
over the fence, mavbe just a foot
within the rieht field flag pole
for a round-tripper that some j
fans classified as of the Chinese
variety.
But it was a four-bagger just
the same and the Smokers were
ahead to stay 4-2.
The Yankees took a 2-0 lead
!n the bottom of the first on a
single by Tony Bartirome, an in infield
field infield out. Dave Jacobs' ItfL an
error bv Prescott, and a sacrifice
flv by Gair Allie: vv
The second marker became
earned when Bill Parsons lined
a single to center which would"
have scored Jacobs in any case
even if he hadn't advanced to
third on Prescott's throwing mis.
cue.
It was a tied-UD same in the
ton of the second when Mitch Mitchell's
ell's Mitchell's triple followed singles by
Marcos Cobos and Bernard and
so it remained until the seventh
when Gabler payoff blow put the
Smokers In front.
The loser missed a scoring
chance In the fourth when Allie
singled, to leart off, stole second
and reached third on an error
by Cobos.
1
rODAY-ENCANTO-35-20l
I Kirk Douglas Tony Curtis
- in -"THE
VIKINGS"
Lisa-Davis in
"THE DALTON GIRLS"
TO DAY
60c 30c.
GREAT
THE IIEU-HORDE
The peak of fory!

ti JI'S- t I ij iCf by item
VI fJ! 7jf-'4l ft iT'khi. QuantrM and Ike infamout

CINEMASCOPE

TONIGHT
11:00

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But the shortstop died there
as Milo bore down to get Par Parsons
sons Parsons and Bill Kern on rollers and
Spider Wilhelm on strikes for the
third out.
Milo again showed his class in
the ninth, when he walked Wil Wilhelm
helm Wilhelm with one out, and gave up
a single to Shante as tVie Spider
advanced to eecpnd.
The Tunnera reached second
and third on a wild pitch but
the crafty -southpaw, working
coolly and calculatingly, forced
pinchhitter Gerry Thorne and
the dangerous Bartirome to fly
out harmlessly to right to end
the tame.
Milo fanned two and walked
two. Umbricht, the starter and
loser, gave up seven of Marlbo Marlboro's
ro's Marlboro's eight hits and all their runs.
The righ'hander, who' was re relieved
lieved relieved by Bob Frederick in the
eighth, struck out three and walk
ed one. He now has a 1-2 record.
Frederick struck, out three and
permitted no free passes.
The Smokers' Eddie Napoleon,
who has now developed into a
reliable defensive outfielder afler
erratic rookie and sophomore sea seasons,
sons, seasons, turned in a beauty of a
play in the first frame last night.
Fleet Eddit raced deep into
right center to mak.t great
run ling catch of Bill Ken's
long drive while crashing into,
and knocking down the fence
in the effort, for the third out.
The Yankees had two runs in
and a runner on first at the time.
No game is scheduled' for lo-
night. The King's meet Cerveza
Balboa at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
Sports Briefs
HAWKS RECALL MCKENZIE
CHICAGO (UPD The Chicago
rack HawkVhave retailed John
MCKenzie ,Wm 'Calgary of the
W&stera Hockev Iacue and
stopped. Howard "'Glover to the
same minor yleagije farm.
WITHDRAWS FROM SQUAD
.SAN FRACNISCO (UPD Tom
Koening,.a Souther Mthodist guard
has withdrawn from the East-West
game in order to catch up on his
studies. Teammate Lee Yokum, a
tackle, replaces Koenig on the
West squad.
SIGNS MILLER CONTRACT

WASHINGTON (UPI) Carl! The movie is "Love Me or
NlLeave Me", with Dons Day and

Y.. has signed a contract with the
MinneaDolis Millers of the Ameri-
,. Acn.iaf,-nn Victr7cmiii a
shortstop, is a sophomore at Notre
Dame
.
WINGS RECALL LA FORGE
DETROIT (UPI) The Detroit
Red Wingh have recalled Claude
LaForge from Hershey of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Leagu.. LaForje, on loan
to Hershey since Nov. 10, had
three assists but did not score a
goal in 13 games with Detroit.

DROE-DEl

WEEKEND ATTRACT

they called The Butcher's Battalion!

The shock-hot saga of night-riding terror!

a
COLOR

MIDNIGHT SHOW!
TOM DRAKE in
"BETRAYED WOMAN'

Watch Their Smoke!

Marlboro Ab R H Po A
Napoleon, rf . 4 0 0 3 0
Brathwaite. 2b .. 4 0 1 2 3
Altaian, If ... 4 0 0 3 0
Prescott, 3b ... 4 0 1 0 5
Cobos, c 4 1 2 2 0
Bernard, ss ... 3 2 1 5 3
Gabler, lb .... 4 1 l 10 1
Mitchell, cf . 4 0 i 2 0
Milo, p 4 0 1 0 3
Totals 35 4 8 27 15

Carta Vieja

Bartirome, lb .3 1 1 6 0
Schmidt, rf ... 4 0 0. 7 0
Jacobs, 2b .... 4 1 1 0 1
Allie, ss 3 0 1 2 3
Parsons, If .... 4 0 1 0 0
Kern, cf 4 0 0 4 0
Wilhelm, 3b ... 2 o 1 3 0
Shantz, c 4 0 1 5 0
Umbricht. p . 2 0 1 0 2
Patton 1 0 0 0 0
Frederick, p ... 0 0 0 0 0
Thorne .1 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 2 7 27 6

Patton Alt into force play for
Umbricht in 7th.
Thome filed out for Frederick
in 9th.
Score By Innings
Marlboro
Carta Vleja
020 000 2004
200 000 0002
SUMMARY Errors: Pres Prescott
cott Prescott 2, Cobos, Rons batted in:
Jacobs, Allie. Mitchell 2, Gabler
2. Earned runs: Carta Vleja 2,
Marlboro 4. Three base hits:
Mitchell. Doubleolays: Brath Brathwaite,
waite, Brathwaite, Bernard, Gabler. Stolen
base- Allie. Sacrifice hits: Allie.
Wild pitch: Milo. Struck out:; by
Umbricht 3, by Frederick 3, by
Milo 2. Base on balls: Off Um Umbricht
bricht Umbricht 1, off Milo 2. Left on base:
Carta Vleja 8, Marlboro 5. Pitch,
ers record: Umbricht 4 runs, 7
hits in 7 Innings. Winning pitcher-
Milo (2-0. Losing pitcher:
Umbricht (1-2). Umpires: Wil Williams
liams Williams Hilzinger, Hinds. Attend Attendance:'
ance:' Attendance:' 3,602. Time of game: 2:15.
RAINBOW CITY
, Little Leaguar t Movie
and Stage Show
Now under construction is a
T ittip Lphpup: bark for the" young
siprs nf Rainbow City. Much
wnrW has been done on the pi
ject, but there, is still much more
to be done for its completion
which cannot be a reality with
out funds. Consequently the youth
duration and recreation commit
tee, a branch of the- Rainbow City
Civic Council, has decided to spon
snr a mnvip and "Command Per
fnrmance" at the Camp Bierd
Theater on Wednesday night, to
arnnirp funds and make the
'dream of the Little Leaguers
' come true.
i
James Cagney.
"Command Performance I is
featured by the Kinks, supported
by Cole-style singing Bobby Hus-
i bant; Jean Cadogan, a deliglii-
ful little singer; Johnny Riviere
rendering his own personal style
to rise from obscurity, two sing
ing groups (Starglows and Team
Boys), Robert King shaking and
twisting and singing like Elvis
Presley; and Fats Walker and his
combo.
TOMORROW
7:00
O N
Th West's infamtws
wolf -pack raiders...!
hundred renegades who
scorched the land with
a thousand crimes!
STEVE COCHRAN
DIANE BREWSTER in

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SAFETY MEASURE Trainer, Ed Pillings bandages Bob
Anderson's bruised rib cage as a safeguard against Army's
1957 ,AU-America halfback aggravating the injury suffered
early in the Villanova game. All West Point hands are ready
for the Navy game in Philadelphia's Municipal "Stadium.

Balboa Brewings

By VICTOR M. CAREW
Marlboro hurler Lefty Bob Mi
lo really put on a great show
of effective pitching in defeat
ing the red hot Carta Vieia cluu
4 to 2 last night. Milo allowed the
omy two runs, scored against
him in the first inning on three
base hits. After that the lefthand-

er, relying mostly on a good Cuba commenting during and aft aft-curve
curve aft-curve ball, held the defending'er games. If he did he would or
champions scoreless the rest of .should have observed that they

the way.,
o0o
Seems as if all four clubs are.

taking turns in looking good, mited to the results that the man man-First,
First, man-First, it was the Brewers who aeerial strateuv nrnd.ir.pH rr nui

looked like champs in the first
couple of engagements. The Kings
(were the next to look good, f:n

Marlboro and Carta Vieja. Since.done by Our "commentators.

then both the Kings and the Beer
men have been absorbing f he
most defeats.
oOo
Milo's performance it on of
tlW bast seen 93 far this tea tea-son.
son. tea-son. 'The seven hits he allowed
were all tingles. The southpaw
it also capable of holding his
own at the plate. He hits well
for a pitcher.
0O0
Whether it is out of bitterness
towards the local managers and
players, or because it is some something
thing something being done by unqualified
persons is not readily known, but
a 'cs'"js uui pioutsi s
gainst the unfair and unethical,
wntiaiii uciiii; iiunen by some
so-called radio commentators be
tween innings and after the game.
The main perpetrator of these j
insulting criticisms is Andres A A-lonso,
lonso, A-lonso, a former pitcher of the
League in its early years. This
WASHINGTON If .an inter inter-planetarian
planetarian inter-planetarian chose this week to pop
out of a -rocket ship in the nation's
capital and demand that he be
taken to see our leader, we're a-
fraid he might mistake honest
confusion for studied discourtesy
and, forthwith enroll with the an-
tiwestern bloc.
But which leader would the two two-headed
headed two-headed visitor mean? Cleveland's
Frank Lane, who is leading the
movement for an unrestricted
draft in baseball, the Yankees'
George Weiss, who is leading the
fight against it, or Mr. Eisen
hower who is leading the Repub
licans... or what's left of them?
Sin.ce confusion is a way of life
here, there can be nothing irra irrational
tional irrational in ignoring the opening
phases of today's winter baseball
meeting for an over-the shoulder
look at the Army-Navy game. To
begin with, fcarl (Red) Blaik, the
Army mentor, blushingly admiis
Navy's revised attack came as a
complete surprise.
This was the double wing forma
tion and extreme end splits which
the. Midshipmen exploited so
buoyantly during the initial stages
or the battle, a pattern of play
which may have been suggested
by the current Chicago Cards.
"We were totally unprepared fo fo-it."
it." fo-it." said Blaik "and until we ef
fected the proper adjustments we
had some precarious moments"
mostly these consisted in shift
ing Army line-backers to contain
threats to the flanks. Once this
had been managed, the game, lo
all practical purposes, was over.
Blaik agreed the threat could
have been seriously prolonged if
the Midshipmen, leading 6 0,
hadn't been held for downs, with
only two yards to go, on Army's
15 early in the second quarter ...
"That was the key play. When
we took the ball from them then,
we also took the game,"
In Bob Anderson ind Pete Daw
kins, Army may have had the
best one-two punch in. college foot football
ball football this year, and as the season
unfolded, Joe Caldwell, emerged
as an outstanding quarterback.
But from the start it was the men
down front who made this great
team, and a campaign unblemish unblemished,
ed, unblemished, save for the 14-14 tie with Pilt.
Happy Surprise
Blaik concurred... "these young
sters didn't arrive a haird strik

by
JOE WILLIAMS

fellow has taken it upon himself
to severely criticize the native
managers as well as players
whenever he gets a chance..
We don't know whether this
"commentator" has ever listened
to men of the calibre of Mel Al Allen,
len, Allen, Red Barber or Bill Corum of
the United States, or Felo Rami

rez or Manolo de la Reguera of
never tried to make it appear as
if they were qualified managers.
Their comments are epnm-allv li-
u uia noi produce. They never
try to tell what the strategv
should have been as is so openly
state that the manager pulled this
or that boner is a wrong thing to
uo. rans can express such opi
nions Decause mey are not const
ueieu in ine same manner as
when expressed bv Drofessinna
sources such as commentators.
Thre it no fixed pattern by
which a game should be man managed.
aged. managed. No two manager are a a-like
like a-like in their strategy and very
often a careM study iwill reveal
that any strategy works some sometimes.
times. sometimes. Norn works all of the
time.
Why we opened our discussion
on this subject, as we did is be-
eause we were reliably informed
that this ex-pitcher "commentator"
tried nis best to land a job with
one of the teams as a relief hurl
er, dui failed. Imagine Alonso
pitching against any of these four
clubs. Just what made him
feel.
ne could be a pitcher in
league?
this,:
this season. Thev IspIcpH ih
of some of our past championship
T""' ley maae up for this in
iii, certainly in speed. And
mouniiy. un tne wn0,e (ney c()n
prised one of the best we eve
had.
The .records lend support to
ouniaie. Uelensively, the
Cadets ranked third nationally.
PiU was the only team to score
twice against them, and if Army
!?? th8,,? 8t ".strength, chances
Sw. n WOuIdn 1 have happened.
?i otre(DamJe seored from one to
six touchdowns against every
tea m it faced, but sco-ed none a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the West Pointer.
Caldwell was the "happiest dev development
elopment development of the season," Blaik
revealed. Injured in the opening
game against Nebraska; his entire
57 campaign was limited to two
minutes of play.. .."We went with
mm this season because he was
all we had," the graying Red
Head confessed.
As it worked out, Blaik had
more than he realized. Not only
did the bony 167-pounder p-ove to
be a dead eye dick with the pass
but also an excellent de'ensive
back with a marked talent for
clutch interceptions. And against
Navy he was what Casey Sten?el
calls treemenduous, accounting for
145 aerial yard.
"It's nice to know he'll be back
next season'' smiled Blaik., "We'll
be much more polite to him, too."
Army had concocted some exo exotic
tic exotic dishes tO SO'Ve NlVV hilt fnnnrt
'hem unnecessary in viur nf the
Midshipmen's inability to digest
the more conventional mcal.an.
potatoes fare. The Cadet.
shelved their blue plate special,
wie pass ana run oonon.
'We were movine the hall woit
between the tackles" explained
B!ai "and this, alone with fluid.
well's strategically, timed! nasses
which kept r the defense? honest.
was at once afe Mid fcuYe, ap approach.
proach. approach. In freezing eatli6r and
tricky winds, the fewer chances
von tak th hpttop." '-'-W' V .
Don Usry, as the'-ti!ei-!Uniet'
ior passes, was the cadets' clos
esl approximaHon to a surnrise
for the Midshipmen. Oldwell hit
him five .times for 80 yard.
Heretofore: Bob' CarDenter.i the
lonely ; end, was v 4h principal
ca4cbe'. This time he' look only

two fori 24 and presumably was

Joe Cronin To Be
Next 1 President
Of American Loop

. WASHINGTON (UPI)-Joe Cro Cronin,
nin, Cronin, a one-time weak-hitting rookie
sh istop wt landed in bast all's
Hall of Fame, will officially be
named American League preside
within the rext two weeks.
Cronih is virtually "signed, seal,
ed afld delivered" to takt over
as successor to Will Harridge, the
United Press International learned
on excellent authority today.
When the 52-year-old general
manager of the Boston Red Sox
is named, he will become the
fourth president in league history
and the first former ball player
to ach;;v$ that eminence
' According to the UPI informant,
Cronin, was ticketed, for the job
even before Harridge formally an announced
nounced announced Ms resignation Wednes'
day at the baseball meetings here.
The 72-year-oli Harridge said he
felt te league wa $ "entitled to a
ipuch younger' man" as president
an: the bujdwagon for Cronin
started almost immediately.
"Certainly, I'd consider the job
if it was offered me," the popu popular
lar popular Cronin said. "But I sthkik all
mis xaiK is remature.
Premature or not, there was ho
doubt that the Boston executive"
would be selected. The only pos possible
sible possible impediment would be, if Red
Sox owner Tom Yawkey should
turn thumbs down on releasing
Cronin. There was n virtual -possibility,
of this:
Harridge" in his farewell state statement
ment statement said his retirement was "all
voluntary" and emphasized that
he is "in perfect health."
"With the many problems fac facing
ing facing baseball, J feel they are tn tn-titled
titled tn-titled to a much younger man,"
he said in his swan song.
Harridge publicly asserted there
had been Ho criticism of his op operations
erations operations but it was known that he
had told friends recently that he
was going to quit "to beat the
owners to the punch." He had
headed the 'cop for 28 years.
Cardinals Trade
Moon for Cimoli
To LA. Dodgers
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
St. Louis Cardinals traded out outfielder;
fielder; outfielder; Wally Moon to the Los
Angelejf Dodgers for outfielder
Gino Cimolj yesterday shortly be before
fore before hiajor and minor league of officials
ficials officials concluded their annual
meetings.
'As part of the deal, Omaha of
the American Assn., a Cardinal
farni club, sold the "contrsJct of
piflfjier Phil Paine to Spoka'ne of
the Pacific Coast league, a. Dod Dod-ger
ger Dod-ger affiliate.
Moon had been sought by sev several
eral several clubs in th National League
for the past few seasons, even
though he slumped to .238 in 108
games with the Cardinals this
year. Cimoli's average in 109
games with the Dodgers was .246.
Th&t indued 27 runs batted in,
nine home runs, three triples and
six doubles.
Moon, a left handed swinger,
drove in 38 runs while collecting
seven homers, three triples and
10 doubles.
Cimoli warmed the benchfor
the Dodgers for several seasons
before winning a regular job in
1957.-
Basketball
Results
East
St. John's 73 Providence 55 u
Cincinnati 88 N.Y.U. 67
lona 84 Roanoke 56
Millersville 87 Cheyney 54 ;
Buckenell 77 Gettysburg 62
Boston College 72 Holy Cross 63
South v'
Winston-Salem 92 S. Car. St. 70
Clark 57 Benedict 51
N. Caf. A and T 108 Knoxville 60
Mississippi St. 121 Union 78
High Point 74 Guilford 64 ;M
Virginia Tech. 85 Virginia 73
Furmari 82 Presbyterian 68
Georgetown 93 Ky. Wesleyan 73
Georgia Tech 65 Baylor -56 ;-
Tulane 88 Louisiana College 72
Midwtst
St. Thomas 60 North Dakota 43
SW Kansas 52 NE Oklahoma 33
Beloit 56 Illinois. Wesleyan 53.
Carroll 84 Western Reserve 53 -Findlay
82 Detroit Tech 79
Toledo 81 South Dakota 70
Southwest
Western Tex., 70 Huston-Til. 7
West
Colo. Coll. 84 St. Joseph's 65
San Fran! St. 69 L. A. Harbor 64
Seattle 60 San Francisco 58 s
CAP IT OLIO
Spanish Program!
Ml ESPOSA ME
COMPRENDE
h Arturo, de Cordova
LA VENENO&A :
r Ana Xuisa Peluffo

Editor? CQNRAOQ SARCEANT

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!' PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
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1 earns M CV
Marlboro .. ... .0 2
Carta Vieja ..,.1 s
CB
t
Cerveza
Balboa' 1
a
V
Kings
.0:
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; -Totals. t. .( .2 33.. 3 a 1?
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT ,
At Olympic. Stadium Marlboro 4 Carta Vl I,H
TOMORROW'S GAME :
At Olympic Stadiumj Cerveza BalboaBrown Vo) v.
'Kings (Luebkr i' r
Came time: 3:00 p.m

Major League Owners Reject
Players' Demand For 20 P.C.
Cut Gf Radiol TVfGross Tke

; i,,. By SAM FOG
WASHINGTON. (UPI) The
major league baseball owners
Thursday -unanimously rejected
th dmand by the players for 20
per ent of thlr gross take.
Baseball Commissioner. .Ford
Frick said th Ararican and Na National
tional National League magnates turned
down the unprecedented request
of the players by a "flat- no.
The player representatives ori originally
ginally originally had, aslced that 25 per
cent of all revenue received from
radio and television be distributed
among activ major leaguers.
both proposals incensed the own
ers. ..
The rejetion of tho player
demand highlighted the final base
ball meeting hre this week. The
joint meeting also adopted a sr sr-ies
ies sr-ies of othr changes, including one
which would 'liberalize the draff
nit q nnp.veap. trv-out basis.
The tnew draft rul, aimed
teams, with me farm systems
would permit the drafting of
"layer -aftr his freshman year in
the minors. If he was not choen
after the first "year, he would be
exempt for another three sea
sons.
Rul Less Drastic
This renlaees the nresent draft
rule which exempted a player
from the draft for four years.1
The new rul, soonsored by St.
Paul, a Los An?eles Dodger farm
club, was less drastic than an un unrestricted
restricted unrestricted draft initially .proposed
bv Cleveland Gneral Manager
Frank Lane. Lane's proposa
would hv made minor league
players sub.iect to draft on a
year-to-year basis.
The American League owners
also voted to join the Nation?!
Legue; in sponsoring a research
study of the problems that would
be : created hv expanding both
circuits, pcsibly into 10-club op operations."
erations." operations." Kansas City club owner Arnold
,iohnson and George Medinger'of
me Clevlann Indians were named
to'' work with Phil Wrigley of the
Chieapo Cubs 'and Walter !Mal !Mal-lev
lev !Mal-lev '.bf th Los Angeles doders
in hiring a research groun tm
mak thorough sttjcy, of base
bfiji'fe problems.
vThe majors, at a closed door
meeting lasting les than an hcur,
refused, jto relax thel rules con con-cihjiif4
cihjiif4 con-cihjiif4 winter baseball in the
Caribbean and Latin Amrican
countries. Frick had .suggested
that the restriction barring a ma:
r GUN CLUB'
NOTES.
.PEDRO MIGUEL
, On Sunday, Dec. 7 this club is
holding another of its popular "do-it-yourself"
handicap shoots, start starting
ing starting at 1Q- aV.iriv! V"---,..
The prograni will: consist of 25
targe s from A.TX yardages and
25 targets from yardage earned
with first event. The usull option optional
al optional to those who' care o play,
-Trapshooters please be adyised
this is their last chance to shoot
at perfect targets this year ; at
our next shoot will not be held tin tin-til
til tin-til the second Sunday In January;
which occurs on Jan. U,: 1959.,i, i
"All trapshooters cordially invit invited
ed invited to come out and have last

TVpL
35c; r 20c.
THE HIGH COST
- OF LOVING
with Jose Ferrer
' VV ; 'Also;''',
STRANGER WITH
f '-A GUN
with Glenn Ford

y VICTORIA,
DEA0WOOO iIClt :
r . : r
':' SISeV.'maW
k':;;;.IRON'CUW

Pet
,7H
.500
.400
,333
0 ft
H
2
2f
2,
2
;t'3
4.
jor leagued with more than" two
years, of service be listed for
winter ball. Hit proposal wai
4 ejected.
board wtstiens Idea
The owners eonfirmM .t.
hproposal by the Philadelphia Phil,,
"1 w1 mtra-wagu tradinc
wthOut (Wajiveri from Nov. 21
through Dc. 5, Frick j said he
miaZly gpned the idea and
might ask that it be reconsidered
next year.
"I ff n. b s0'd" ick com.
mnted. "But th,ere should nevr
?oHmiUOUS toting between
fU v1!1" seein8 toomany
trades between them. But mar
change my mind." T
fi,Tjhe lw? Iea8ues agreed to hold
Miami Beacft and their 1960 "-t
t05?ther in st.n Louis, fh m'; -s
whichj; also" mfef Her $hieil :
havecid4 Lmeseap
m the futuf TheyJwiHgSther
r The majors alsoadooted a new
r"i? sponsored by th:-, wlnWi
whjch would require American
and National Leagu teams to
an"ounced by Nov. 1 each vear
whether they will renew worne
whether they wil renew work'"?
agrements with ; teams if, the
mmtor circuits.
They also agreed to create i1 a
committee to study the situation
of umpires in the minors. The
resolution -suggests that better
ducementand better training
might be advisable.
P!1" SIGN'HERNNSTSJN.
ANN ARBOJt, Mich. (UPI) -.Toon
Hernnstein, University or
Michigan football captain, hajt
!.IgneL.?;'ib?sebalJ Contract w.fh
tlie Philadelphia Phillies "for a
substantial bonus."
Service Center Theatre!
. ob ay
BALBOA Air Conditioned
.:15-4:20.:2S.:30
John Wayne Elko Ando
THE BARBARIAN AND
THE GEISHA".';
m Cinemascope ft Color!
coco solo nm
Mark Stevent John Lupton
"GUN FEVER" v
DIABLO HTS.
7:8ft
Ben Johnson Jan Harrison
TORT BOWIE"
' -GAM B O A
Temporarily Closed For
Repair Tt Bnlldinr.
Dana Andrews, Linda Darnell
T-'" rZERO HOUR"
MARGARITA :
pienrr ford,- Shirley McLaine
' "I MB SHEEFMAN"
fa Cinemascope ft Color!
"THE, QUIET MAN" and
&f Serial
SANTA CRMS f:H
Ray Milland Mary Murphy
"A MAN ALriNK" 3
CAMF-BIERI 7:8
"THE TRESPASSER" and
:- SERIAL! t,
mo
J5c.
20c,
LOTTERY NIGHT!
"touch of ivn; ?
Charlton Heaton
Jfr't, -...,Alaoi ."i',:!'..sffy
;':TOYi TIGER
with Tim Hovey

w
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It,

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more lonely:, thin ever .i' ;-.?

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ft

. f ?' ' "J 1 mmmt. uwai s 4mtmmmm mE--T'

V ; teicwn firws -toy. m"

Mi

teams '-. t

j in -

PibittJlutf Ribbon, ; 30 2,
Grecha Music.. Stoso&sf ww.i
Canada Dry lfi-Spot---29;2a"
Ideal "Bread Vv '-- T J4V
Ttnvd Hmtliera"1 hi .fct 2

Bass -Shoes '.!

Turco-ProdtH!t3 8S tf

Paner Mat : Pena 24 28

1 u -f T.4' wTtur-wwk it -wasPaper ..state

BAI.BOA- MIJ,tO.V.fW",-.
. T "-WiMrf Loit

Pmrniil Caokies

tthnnite Aalle ; ..i3, 39

Average fmeAWWer 170
'- 8dy 167,Tfassler 163. .

but "nSe' Ebonftei bounced 'right
bck rlth.,thiraDl wln-'by.tien
sticks. DtiQilAjBurt DeVaau'. tos-

fslng -2i6 gama iff thei laulr tte

CDonite'tjost ,nr?MlQCKt,:t
QtlLJjquas had IL fluarjt of,
500 Dowlers with Burt having such
a series .without til Vittyi EUontte
StarsV Besr-Shepart'Srf,1 ITeddie

2ft .3a-4jiariine. 548,-Brue. Morrow-iiJ-1 lyie, my be in for a severe

UdresiSWriSWpM. 'Wa DiiiphinSM.-Ernie

Dilbn-HUkmw V'
t(r.. I4ab Brta4 f tt w
The coatractora oW DlUoft-Xtno
Hickman forged, from fifth: place
to the tope rthr aadderwla one
Bight of bowliflgrhai!they swept
aU four f points ? feom Athed ldeai
BreatrrBakers;-whrrppped -from
tirf,coh(i ''fr-'attth
place; twM(';w
c With seven pobU 5eparafin ine
first nine -clubs ch poinMa-im-portant
incite race Although the
Ideal Bakers wara getting 35 pins
handicAPtbex Jucould jpt set
going, and were trounced soundly,
excepfiUtnhe toiadte-gam'eTWb.'Ctt
the' DiUod-Hickmah. hoitfted in the
win column by two sticks Only

Wasted 551) handicap anf xaptain
nh riin ns oirUH h7! Tnirti

Garni who contributed 516. The
I highest ftwtpTit -for- Ideaf was VA1
Bartievwith 491jbp i."tM
' .'namd-WinatetvSalent 3 V.

4iiteanda,cigarettes,.a4

el-Winstpp-Salem jnet. their ,cous-

in, Grechi .Musie Storr, wnuc
the dttf liof enjby'nhe same s'uc-,
cess as' they did 11 weeks agw,
theCniel-W.instw 5aiem.,t'
three joints and are pnlsnalf, a
point out: of first place, JEE Jerry
Hili could jrolb against Grecha all
of the Ume,sh!Jlwo!44?gite, Don
Carter f.,. ni? iM? .npney, ;
"Earfier ln the season Jerry Wt
531 scratch against: the Grechas.
and this week' M smacked 519

sprtetK-aarinf a 21 am. fiv-

eryone to toe .QgMettpck went

tens that feasted oaihe wiotn-v-
e.EbolRM; S 1
went to town u the curtain raiser.

NEW YORK (NEAV w Another

college football season has ended

and, mong numerous- uex
things, it's refreshing to hear ivy
Leaguers talking tough.

I -co alone with those wno eon-

tend that the football played, by

representatives 'Of., the er Yen-

arable seats oi yarning compares
quite favorably .with that ifl Qtaer
sectiona of the icountry.i Spring

practice would help, of course,

out Yale varsiues iu ana

M and Charley Caldwell .squads

ind Deveau 591 aJLhandicap Pap Paper
er Paper Mate"TeX!eethearti1 were
Tex" ?Utter 5?!;,, Carmen t jTlores

jolt : Bexti fall. r;i

iKareiy.-.u ever; nave me rrein

men of all eight Ivy iesgue

taxkay. 566 all handicap.

I MAtftlBITl.l baViib

J Eleventh Week, -sw:v

JasUlate'th standings i ere
shook ,-un QUiUi St! bit thia .week.

The Voice oi Musid .increased their

ieaa to tiouw powts as they 'took
the, forme? second ; place Powells
for Jour; pojn.tscThis loss there thereby
by thereby tlrotbd';,Powellsi'1nto a fifth

plac'tte.Withw. filastie' wood

WW ne' aiieys twine tirst time

very few 500's wefe: rolled: St.

jrSif-W;a7"iVT,tt lead, the V-M

wnue'Tne' best Powells could prp-ttucfcwas'Bro-w';??...,.,
.
j The Aces : moved Up a second

Ptfctie;with.. their,ifour poinU

win over tne snnners. Two 500 s
were ToHed in 'this : series,, both
frpnf the: Aces team; Gorski with
asSS ihd tJpp with 535. Carpent Carpenter
er Carpenter 482. led -the Shrine. :

I Another team t6 move up to

settle for 3 but due to an error

In using, aJ blind score they cap-

GRAYSON

at? Princeton demonstrated )hat the

athletes can do very well without

it true, those who "rgu- that

good football cannot besplayed- Ob

Ttwo "distinctive KhooU how4wiUsw wealthy faenas. .He,rfeLt ,Creei was believed to havener

NW"Y(JKK XUPD-Thertf'are

osc'A'R-jefe'AXEV

1 : .'.'

way overs met 5U0jianaicap. jinn

Hill 529. Berth and "Jesse Pale

533 and 553,7Jerfy H11F 603;- and
Charlie rEhreftbergS36l r ,,f4
1 While the "Grab Musie-Makers
went down? ? they -mt on M good
shnui. rtnn ftlldv MiraS .eSDeciailV

outstandjril. wil ;m JMltctt n-
ciuainFMr sihMftMte
cap set. His boss' lfdyAT, scored
534JuJStu4mfhlS niissus
Helen by one pin528 tqt .528, .and
BevHalliday-SML ,af handicap,. In
the scratch Olrts .the siGfechas
were highin allp games -, but the
44 handicap ,'proved the difference
between the two -teams.
! Pabct Blu Ribbon 1, -.
' ,w "Canada Dry 3
i Th mighty; initestPbstBlue
Ribbon Beers toppled -from. the
league leadership into third place.
The Pabst'irpmsters took Aha open opener
er opener bvlXTJi&insi'.fThiaCanadiflPry

Hi-Spot, eked out a close one In
the next episode by 27 tenpins ;;
I I the finale, th.Fahst JBlue Rib Ribbon"
bon" Ribbon" went 'toto ria while tie
Canada Pry softf'arlnke-rs started
fcUckmi. which WeVrif msaifeY lbt
PabstV Georg-e;VMeUg4r;4;sUtrea
With a 207 scrfctt, aMieV?ry.Sone

bf his little helpers made the" 500

the handicap way. Manny Fenian.

dezr523rXinnew .Hasaler. -50(k. her

boy friend Bruce 612, and .WUmmiej.

jueuger an.
J Lena Burchette, the PaDsO!ap
taini played a stellar .role with

fare the mother half Point. Bar-

tram, after a three-week lpyoffJue

io-n injurea nana, iea tine' riumo
era with e 52SserieKhUe' Stions

492-1 'this.' 'tav9 a. ? -1

iGlllt;,droppel 'front third to

fourth with their split with 3 the
(Police 'Atsn; who went from fourth

ttf fifth H; 'Tm led, the Shavers

wfthVa a77' while Guesfs 504 led
Qi0;CP. & tnt wjUxsi if,i,vt" ;?r
r STANDmCS
Teams '-xmixs- i-'j Wt,
Voioirjof. Mhsit "N 28 16
Aces t '! 'I 24' as.
Wright; Br6s.'"-'' ' 24 20

Gilletew ?- it' 'n . 23

Police; Ai?n: u: 22 22
Powells! -. .'' us 22"i ZZ

Navai Station, 'j t r7 -'1
Shfiners : : 16 '28

schools been as fo:

thetAweta thi tlituma.-

i Harvard perhaps had tne strphg.

est sauadj with Tfale only a itcp

behind and-Celumbig' and 'Prince-

i The Crknson -frosff lftsV Wyvto'

Princeton, 104, In seven outings
They iored "four shutout, I yield.

Yale. The Cantabs' varsity bounc

4& back more' than somewhat the

past campaign and next "year

squad, piclss. up. w?raL .sophp-

mores wno snouicr be. w. consider

able-alsistanctt'osr stick

out are Johnny-Damis,. halfback:

ovu juvvu.pu luv, ,uw 4n quia

guard.

PRO coaching Columbia, says Jthat
anybodyc selling the- .Ivy League League-short
short League-short is crazy, r,
1 'They'S b;even 'nuttier .next
season," says the man who coach

ed Duquesne, Boston? University,

ua Pittsburgh steelers and orga organised
nised organised the k original Los -Angeles

Rams,w, ivy t League -Ireshnien
com froftv the four corners of the
land, and a wonderful lot "of boys
took turns beating one another
ilmmKicbtnAXi uhsst t

jfyakp-haa BiU isckonbV. onTori

u ienigij 4oaca,v a quarterback

wno ran the oeaereens wU.i Mike

Halloran, 205 pounds, figoresn to
solve the fiiflhartrinff nrnhlpm

JMiEPlpbaiif 'iixtwor-"no -pound
endvaaticksxoua tmohg a dozen

prospect4Ha?."'7 at m vr

Columbia1 has 24 Bood kids.t willl

Start'tlos to a nohnmor tnm

. 1

i fntusranuromlcv-yiaea roan fnmi

KusseU Warren runsb and Ronald

young3iii should hreskfl. into imburses ttem. on. sliding, seal

you-go boys: re Uned up solidly gan was faciidvy I group1 whic
today against the' play, Mw.paJ posted $12,000' fplftWQ years' "love
later- faction. Id JtsekedlVhy. ad Arkansai oil

ilt wIMSMnff now manyjotrme nan wno givejs .njm .szuo e; weei
current cropot young'shotiiinah-1 and--cuts him 6a 'a- five-year

asters are backed by tfinanciaH lyfl-

dwindling 'percentage -deal.

Am. A I S

Caspar has 4'three-yeap deal

sjeprge

Offer To BecomeAAL Rrexy

By MILTON RICHMAN UPI source.

L, WASHINGTON .OJr'IKwCener-J

si Manager George Waits 0L ue
New Yvk Yankees, whj was told

he wa the "first choice" to. be

come the, new. American League
President Jurned jdpwn the Job
Eursday and General Manager
s Cronin-of the Boston lied Sox

was asked If he was '"available."

mer .thj' palTTrlUi tne; same Ven

Seances you have.to, when, yotf r

broke. And only- grim effort

Uratei in what, i to '-all pracUcai i u

Burnoses. is -toCfcae.tun, we T-tsf incennve

other. hand "you"Mv 1" those. hj'Jacki'iBurlCB' ia one pft ttOse

Hnd it out' ; all bv Tnemseives. wJaor. contends 'tnat havinr usr

; am me ion i pros unsisi' -uiBucusnion rocs young -louer oi

the' blaverwhd jnalte- tnenara hi. Mrrtwr incentive.- '"-

waa-wui ne-ine-Teai sxaior ui---you .nave 1 wees com-

futuitu .,.T?t im Mi Kt'i say," Tie argues, "it

; Sugar oad4is. fieip ( f istanas -to reason mat you aon i
! Some SotiUhe t brighiest, y,oung have to -get out there and ,ham-

namea in Bolf are makinz.. tne

tour with -the-help-e-su'gar dad
dies' Theae dncluie such' ai BiUy

Caspert4hei hefty belter, from Ap Apple
ple Apple Valley, Calif.: Dkve Ragan
of Oaytooa 'BeachrvFJa.? Uohn
McMullin of Alameda. Calif., add

five friends to post. 2,000. .each
year for two. years.. He. gives
them il pr cent of, his winnings
during roiS.:periodt. f."
j "It takes off taieraisure he
says,, "and you eat even when
those three-foot putta don't drop."

(A member of ttelix-man com committee"'
mittee"' committee"' appolnteff td',scrn tan' tan'-dldatea
dldatea tan'-dldatea to iucceeo thr retired WiU

Harridge told -United. Pxess Inter

national Weiu and Cronin were

laiked.if tby were "available" at

practically tbe same time.
i"Youn would need a step-match

tb tell any difference," said the

. HowewJtbe4)if surprifejpas
that Weiss waa informed h was

"the first cheice", and the. favorite
cifdid4tek' of American S League
Owwre-hy "a unaaimeus vote." r
j Wiss the W-yaar old, general
mana"er of the Yankees who is
considered one of the 'ablest exe; exe;-C?iU
C?iU exe;-C?iU vea tt-"basebaH, .'admitted he
had been contacted by the Cnv
mittee.
j "Itswaave.ry".. UlatteriBgj" hf
wjd,,i'od Yankee owners Dail
Topping?and.Del,W?b.w.ho, vere

with me at tne time, asjurea me

they wouldn't stand in my

if; I wanted the jobr- i
i "I told them, however, I would

rather stay with tne Yanxees.

And that's what I also told the led.

people on the committee.'"
. The job "was reliauiihed We.
nesaay by 72-year-old Hsrridg af after
ter after 28 years. ?: V
Croain, 52 year-old former Sena

Ltor and Red Sox shortstoo wno

went on to manage hou nose
clubs and later be voted into base baseball's
ball's baseball's Hall of Fame, still seemed
somewhat embarrassed Thursday

by all the sudden attention he

was getting in tne discussion or

a successor to Harr.'ge.
' ?My original statement still
staedafhbsald,.. v.,.wel '1 wa
td be considered and you can say
I would beinteresttl in the
The'-.merian League" presiden presidency
cy presidency carries Salary 'of-$50,000 a
year, plus $15,000 annual ex

Lpense account 5

.Other candidates besides cro cro-nUuantkWeiss
nUuantkWeiss cro-nUuantkWeiss were discussed by
the committee-men like baseball
coordinator" William C; Hewitt and

wayGeneral Manager Frank Lane of

the Indians but apparently the
Red Sox' and Yankee general

rainagerc were the only ones ca

e

and

hungry concentration makes a
real champion" s
Possibly you can point to Ca Ca-perte
perte Ca-perte rebuttal becauM 'he 'won
$40,000 last syear despite the fact
that he was! comfortably backed.
And yet thew briglitest' .young
namear id thei golfing brigade are
those ofolfers making k on their
own Dow Finsterwald, Arnold
PalmerrTCen Ventart, "George
Bayer, Art WaU, Gene Littler
and Gary Player, to name a fe"w.

Robinson'
Gibson
Stpial-a.(-

wpwnij
Hogait-,,?

Peweels
105

138:

WiMiami-is-s .six-three, oundnt nr-return for warding off A-

Massillon, 03 Princeton has set

JleVoll

Voice-

47 74

ef Music

mo ,ja Anli

lMdM'f!Tl35J 136143! 414

Graham' 152 156 154 482

,159 14ft 164 489
136 202 179 51T,

Johnson

MoornaAfA

Stilsoa

GBrSkls'Br

Suinney-''

Spe-achLi'.' 1 13V 153 -1ST
Baflders 'M18 109 151

Carpenter 140 155 187

Millspaugh 154 134 147

tuns for 528-and -Dee Carter -620.

All :hndifc(pit;yeek'f.' gafn

, boosted the Canada Dry Hi-ipots
'Into a tie .for .fourth place, from
the sixth viae.' :

a. am Beta kiuii j 1 urea rrnaucTi .

rpvi- -maUU nriiAA the, h an

luii waa a siietvv.ii huwb basts uu

dicap1citty"played'Tio part in thej

IrowfqingSj inawsi w we mv. mv.-jGruiras,'
jGruiras,' mv.-jGruiras,' Jetty and Don, plu assis assis-tancf
tancf assis-tancf fromJim, Catton the shoes
took the Turco Products for a

ithree to one count. The ironic part
was that all of the Tnrco1 bowlers

tolled well and yet they won only
one petetnA -. -rvi

'r The? Basji'l'ottwear fitted id the
lirst, second ahd TP. Only in the
last. act did the Turcos cleanup,
Bass's Betty McGuire wis., tops
with 579, her- secort Don 550. and

Jinr Cjtoeht510,Iujg?os44u1de,nd,
joy : waOWc..Ortez,.53Q- .Patricia.

Baileys bowled. AM., and .Wg.gphJ

ot aurco wtajis,,eiu,icjusiier,
the Jeagu ..leading. Average Jioldix.
had 511, and Timepiece Ernst

.fflschka unwotind'm Allhhtidi

'cap; T .A..-;

" Patcusi Ctkles 4

1

Boyd' Bf ethers Insurance 0

j Twas a rough night lor the Insu

rante pefldiers. oi JBpyd .Brothers.

ana soiey went .home empty

Cookies" cefebra'tedMheiV Unf rAt&i

of the'th' week old se'asdn "when 1
for the f if ii time' they 'took itf

fourpoints.:juggtog. ,thir,.,upeua.
the Pascual -Sookies eweeteBed up
'their win column, "and 'despite4 bs bs-inrTlekt
inrTlekt bs-inrTlekt fd ) lastfhey ar. -only

. evm OTinigTHJTTirTiia-iMff;
on to- thef tJS Navy, led the Coo

' Vies witii: 838. JBdH 'BlaneV? blew
, down with his spheroid 522(. and
, Rolf Dietrich of "J" street,1 and
,;MinfSitmh WlTTied SW.'xhlrlCy

; Jistes 'Oft sue fjsoyd ifirotberet a

. guins tried to show,'isjrpungsteT
J how ter idn .with, 543, but .only

l i t. jt vlullfMil,!'HMIf,1Wi

k 1 Ebenftepl or Mate P.ni 1

1 The hard luck teanref4he league

? wjaeisouaiy vm, ,tne, cellar, is

Pi 1 r.TTr.rr in nava

178 -160 4411

183 127 : 427

117 144 397"

.M87'l 143 168 478

7411211

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!

30,

717

780 2282
ao.. so

Aces
1. 179
i J168
159
'W 1ST

127 110 2372

153 203 535
158 i 149 1 475

139 184 482

195 1775 559
134) 143 418

448

376

482
435
379

7

30

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30

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30 90

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KE W YORK KSfiAj :-It is typ

ical of Nat" Fleisefter- that he

worked overtime to help a Ger German
man German heavyweight, Max Mhmeling,
reach this country in 1928.

K'i'Her JNat," as Scnmenng cau cau-ed
ed cau-ed tue boxing historian, was given

contract assuring msi ox 1U per

4 xiioceion uai seven

ccrkers, starting with Jack Car:

ter, tailback; Phil Carlin, a full fullback
back fullback whe takes charge; and Va
fine piir of tackles; Dave C0n-

nors and Johnny Harrisf

DONILLI AND THE OTHCle

head;, eoaches testify that Cornell

-ew two -of the, brightest:.' pros

CeorgeTelesh, halfbicki. pltlssey-

uei ,uire, including lJH3-pouna
dukrterback. Dave Mclc t v

Dartmouth has Tom' King,1 fawift

iripie tjnreax wno call signals;
Jack Ltmen, a fuUback; a Dave

Jsner,7 a aix-three, 195-pound end;
and two or three more who Should

pe-'Hsetui.? 6;,- 4

.Fennsyivama has; 10 excellent
youngsters headed by Johnnr 5.

Jem, halfback; Alah Campbelt, full-

uslk; no-joe Mannus, -and end

Brown getj- a hft Jnl the! line.

where the Bruins need it! Most.

K m 1 n

DBohAUra

kle; and Garry Graham and Jack

Mancuso, giiatdfl1: , S fl

ivy League educators have

"l"? lifWeH -!ttettptfteide-en-PhWLfpotbalLVut,
;.Uut doesaa

etne jaiperi or tn talentita

meriean hustlers

. 1 1 e i, K. k..

n is ly pivai, uutuj ouuiuciiu-,
went on to draw $4 million in gate
receipts in the united States and

Fleischer, wno nad $su,uuu com com-ing
ing com-ing bid "would -hav, refused it if

orid,; wa4 tar more mieresieo

1 Keeping' me couuati jpev ui
ootTtonoition: He still baa it die-

nlaved lB.oni of hii Ring Maga-

m -w, ...1 .. r&i; 1 1

,-J27. .el3. .tOO 2210

,..-,w.?e
...Wrlaht Bros

Shobe..f. r i 156142 122 420

Janssoii 135-128 159 440
Doilgan (Blind) 143 143 143 429

Butti r, 4 -513 149 1184 421

Partram

. f.-. 7113X1 73 ,2234

Naval Station

Strbnf
Sihson
Copper
O'Neal

ft 145f I4 119 412
161381 HOlJim 356
433' 154 118 403
120 145 145" 410
179 134 179 ; 492
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Fernandez

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ponT.,..,.,.,

Yee

114

744 713 707 2164

Gillette
114 138

1

178. 189 130
44? J43yl76

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187 130.

368
475
433
477

468

WASHINGTON. tIJPli'UMi

erBill Rigney labelled Jack San
ford "the pitcher w wanted" lb:

da fOg Jhir f Giant.
-pulled off the biggest deal of the

current baseoau meetings bv ob-

tainlni ttet'strwg liwed?rlgh

haiwer rrom "the. hUadelphia;
Phillies, "v- ;

Rigney refused to claim a pen pennant
nant pennant for Si.n Francisco.but Nation

al League rivals 'already 1 were
comparing the deal td theoub"

theantHed-iir-5 6r ww tori's

489
23,

I2f '701 221t

s23 23.

fc ... 712 852 724 2288

' v"P!lieeAssh .;','f

Fortner 160 124 139 423
Tully 153 158 130 439

LCut....i 46fnBf.178 504

Stewart ".!f5'fj159' 165359- 483

70 r 741 TO 2238

ibi

niM

weted completely by Lady Luck.

IV 'iJiss Aif'i .ni'ts' ,-'.l'J-i'';''

rhd'iiavebeen 6i

Jones Stays v

Ww fmm After

Rllph (Tigeif) Johqs, defeated Ko
rx xalhoun for his 34th television
fight appearance but only his
second in T938---lrlIeve1(jped' that

tiwj old fTiger ad ftben-j jjusy 1
MstahM -year.

a; technician' ald- the Jiger, who
inThisf -time ? was. imore popular
than wall to: wall, carpeting in the
nation's -living-room -4 1 1

What JUnd oi x tecJinidahT f

"A television' technician.' What

else?'., the Tiger replied.

jacyandfordAs

they acquired Johnny Antonelll
ffonTthF trim: Antoneai-eht

on to win 21 games that season
and .held --the rGiants -te m world

champioiWhip f v.t MIS i
Wr needed I strtagifrmed

right-header and, we think this

the guy "said .the .beaming Rig.

nejri'"in our estimation,' he one
of tfier best inth'fr.'leamie..wTi

'There'a j .good, jchaiw t.we'Jl

make stui- anotiier-deal,"-Rigney

aaaeo. anawnue .nevddcuned, t
nam tihmes informed sources tol

UPI the Giahts were pressing

their bids ton either Johnny, Tem

pie of the Cincinnati tvedles or

Don Blasingame of the St Louis

Cardinals.

Sanford, National League Rookie
of the Year in 19T1 when he com-

puea a w-a recora ana lea tne

circuit with 188 stnkemits,' was

obtained in a deal which jertt pit

cher Ruben-i Comet-, and'-catcher.

Valmy Thomas' to the last --place
Phillies,, It. waa "yj r;, major
deal by a National League club at

the meetings and node n i a b ly

strengthened thp Glante as a po
tenUal pennanti fhreatA'At V. the

same time, tne pniiuet obtained

a front-linepitchr xtid.deeperate.

iy-neeaea caicaing -aeip.

Miiuora nsa omy a f : recorq
and a 4.40 earned run average in
1958 Compaq Wocthirt bclliant
rookie fampaigti' beVtatiUkib.rex
curbed Vi'tme"))! thlrtMitVtop
pitchers, :

Dinatp Shows Fleischer

Soipetipig .After' i50" Year

to mean something to thehll toe.
Even the blase Ray Root son, for
example.
! "You owe me he nu a" point
of telling Nat, "a belt for the
time I beat Gene Fullmer."
' An autobiography is, in essence,
a personal account of a man's
life. But Fleiseher'a "50 Years at
Ringside" is actually a history of
modern boxing; aa inside-anecdote'
styled recount..
It is this way because for the
last 50 years boxing and Nat
Fleischer have been the same.

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U js jus fjjr.cu m hui viibiu viibiu-,v
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he should look upon the prospects

for a ')f loyd ..Patterson-Ingemar

jonanssoi. neavyweini cnan-pion-ship
outdoor match' in New' York
next June. with, j planted eye.
He irewha upon, tie way. the
match is being made. 1

jehanssen is the das' 'ig' Swede

who knocked out. Eddie Machen,

the,. topAmerican. chanllenger, in
one round to establish himself as
the chief contender,, for Patterson's
tjtle. Ca the.fac?of;lt, In

ternational. micn wouia put iue
back in boxing-iand1 help Editor
Fleischer's Ring Magazine.; But
.Mt-doesa't faaeiaLrA.' ....
, Johansson,,W came ; here," he
barks, "and hid for four days

from.. American newspapermen.

$etre -will -be openly,,,, seeking

U ie puoucny.ne.can gei.
.!'Ue is oart .,k.th strangest

situation I've ever seerf.SeceUng
himself along with his manager,
with ,'PtteronW madcgerK -h
showed (that .Cua KAmato-not on-

lyi ir a ;manager-but promoter.

now ana snouio. noi oe permu

ted."-' .!. .,

!mtfrSumn .flohAnsson fight

twice, ana was .impressed r ju?
ruggednessr'

'.'The.ftrst.time l saw mm 1 was

a iti Anininn Iia tin IS aif1h

(lender ,for the championship if

Sven un.e.1 He has h-d time. I
el he la worthy-as a fightef fightef-jtb
jtb fightef-jtb meet Patterson without quali qualifying
fying qualifying in en American match."

ruspeaits. tne uttie man gen-

erSllyfleKatded as the voice of

boxing, whether it be in the Fiji

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L'-&iw:"....-v.vNY;--.i-r::- f X

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wnicn is wny meiscner s auw-

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you get a pretty gcoa iaer.rx

Jusf hovr-much of his life Xttnjfc

From hk office on the. mezza mezzanine
nine mezzanine J floor not 5 Madison -aware
Garden. Nat conducts a combina combination
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jngday, box-jngday, keephim ,bu1yjT

iPrem James J. Corbett to Pat

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Ingrid Bergman
Recovers Lost
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STOCKHOLP (UPI) Actress
ingrid Bergman yesterday regam regam-ed
ed regam-ed the Swedish citizenship she
forfeited eight years ago when
she was married to Italian movie
producer Roberto Rossellini.
A cabinet meeting presided over
by King Gustav Adolf VI granted
without discussion Miss Berg Bergman's
man's Bergman's appeal to become a legal
citizen of ner native iau.
Miss Bergman, whose marriage
to Rossellini is in the process of
annulment by Italian courts, was
entitled to reinstatement under .a
1951 law stating that Swedish
women no longer would lose their
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ers. foreigners. The actress recently applied tor
a return of her citizenship after
announcing thai she planned to
marry Swedish businessman Lars
Schmidt. She and Schmidt prts prts-ently
ently prts-ently are in Paris.
In Rome Friday the Italian
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man Berg-man s first husband, Dr. Peter
Lindslrom, to testify in proceeu proceeu-ings
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A Rome court granted an annul annulment
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considered married to Lindstrom
when she went through a proxy
Mexican marriage with Rossellini.
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Written for NEA Sorvieo'
NORTH 22
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Both whierabre
South West North Cast
2N.T. Pass 8N.T. Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead 3
There is a great deal of hick in
duplicate, but the winning player
is the man who gives luck the
greatest possible encouragement.
The six no-trump contract in
today's hand was so normal that
every table reached it in a dupli duplicate
cate duplicate game. Invariably West open opened
ed opened the jack. of diamonds. South
would take his ace and lead sa
second diamond only to find out
about the bad break. South's next
play would be a club lo his ten
and We?t would gather in the
king. This would leave South with
a finesse for the jack later on
and he would make his contract
with three tricks in each suit.
When Generous George sat West
he did not take his king of clubs
the first time and South became
careless. He returned to dummy
with the ace of spades and finess finessed
ed finessed the nine of clubs. This time
George took his king and led a
third diamond. South still marie
three soadeS, three diamonds and
three clubs, but he was unable to
gather in three heart tricks be because
cause because he had no entry to dummy.
Of tourse. George was lucky:
he usually, i. After the ten of
clubs held, South could have
cashed the are, and king of hearts
before olaving the spade to dum
my, out the rtoint 1 that George.
gave Sow!) that chance to go
wrong. If George had nnl been
so generous on the first 'club lead
Souh would not have been able
to find the way to go down.
r- tk bidding has been:
North Kast South Wert
i a Pass 1 A Pas
2 Pass a
ran
.
3 NT. Pass T
You, Sooth, hold:
AAO7 VKJfS
What do you do now?
A Pass. Yosjt prtner towa
have clube voider ntrol ana
too woald rather try for a mine
trick fame than and U-trtck one.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of bidding three no no-trump,
trump, no-trump, your partner has bio
three spades. What do you do
now?
Answer TomOfrww
P(RI KILLS THREf
CAMERON, Mo. (UPI) -Three
children were killed yesterday in a
fire that destroyed their home
here. Six other pprsons were hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized When the blaze swept
through the' small frame dwelling
of Joshua .larkson. Killed in this
fire were Butch Jackson, 11,
Francis Jackson. 9, and Anthony
Ginn, 10-monlh-old grandchild of
Jackson. All were Negroes.

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1931 Model A duty paid. 1930
Model A. Balboa 2-4307 or 2 2-3347.
3347. 2-3347. FOR SALE: Ford 4 door, 54.
6 cyl., standard shift. Excellent
throughaut. Cad Navy (Pacific)
3111 for additional information.
Jordan Whips
Virgil Akins
For Title
By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES, $ec. 6 (UPD (UPD-Larikv
Larikv (UPD-Larikv Don Jordan: whose ham
mering left fist won the world
welterweight crown last night
from Virgil Akins, j agreed today
to giver the badly bruised ex ex-champ
champ ex-champ a return shot at the title
in mid-February at St. Louis.
"And I'll beat him worse next
time because 111 weigh lighter,,"
said the Negro Indian ex-produce
worker who became the first Los,
Angeles'-, born welterweight ruler
by aj.imanirrious upset 15-r0ttni
aecision. vvv
Twentv-four-vear-old. Don.AwlW
is known as the "Geronimo TCid"1
and who is an expert with the
bow and arrow, kept lancing with
left jabs and jarring left 'hooks
in nearlv every round last night
at the Olympic Auditorium while
7,344 fans cheered the 3-1 under
dog lustily and booed Akins to the
girners. ;
It was Don's ninth straight ;Vic
tory and the greatest of his ca
rter. Jordan tied 'n the late going
hecause of the drubbing he had
given 30-year-old Akins, but he
already had wrapped up the hout
ar.d it would have taken a knock
cut to salvage victory for rough
house Virgil, who was making his
firsl defense. Contracts for 'last
night's bout called for a return
title fight at St. Louis within 60
days if Jordan won the 147-pound
crown.
Truman Gibc6n, president of the
International Boxing Club (IBO
said today, "They're talking about
staging the fight at the return" bout
orl of the 'way as soon as possi
ble."
Jordan and manager Don Nes-
seth want a mid-February date but
Akins was somewhat uncertain
whether his gashed and badly-
bruised right brow would be heal
ed in time to train -for a fight
at that time.
Gibson stressed thaf the IRC had
no oart in the contract which, was
between the two fighters and man managers
agers managers but that the IBC would be
interested in televising the bout
if oossible.
The three ring' officials favored
Jordan on a 10-point must basis
as follows: referee Lee Gross Grossman.
man. Grossman. 145-138: judge Mushy Cal
lahan, 145-132; and judge Tommy
ian. i4-i.iH. The Un Iprt
International agreed, 143-139.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE. Refrigerator, metal
kitchen table and 2 chairs, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dinette set, tour poster,
bedroom set, sofa bid 3 14-4 V
speed graphic camera. Phone AI--brook
5115, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire electric
stove, has electric clock and
timer. Good condition, $75.00,
60 cycle.- Call 2-4433, Diablo.
FOR SALE; Zenith radio and
record player;. 'A h.p. 60 cyclo
electric motor With mount; Phil
co table model radio; floor lamps;
desk lamps; kitchen table; mis mis-celaneous
celaneous mis-celaneous household items, 82
Via Porras, phone 3-7258.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, fine con condition
dition condition $14.00. Childs' chest of
drawers $5.00. Twe baby gates
$1.00 each. Phone 83-2139.
FOR SALE New mirror, 28x68.
Double bed, Hollywood type,
complete, plastic headboard,
beige. Or will exchange for desk,
light color. House 2507-C, op opposite
posite opposite CocoH school. Phone
3159.
FOR SALE: Westing house rafrl rafrl-geratgr
geratgr rafrl-geratgr 1 L2 cu. ft. inside frees frees-er.
er. frees-er. Twin bed. Balboa 2-4307 or
2-3347.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room table and 8 chairs $25.00.
Electric mangle ironer $90.00,
Balboa 2-4307.
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BALCONY SCENE Starring
in a "living billboard" is this
girl, who models holiday dress
fashions atop the ticket booths
in New York City's Grand Cen Central
tral Central Station. She and other
models change clothes behind,
the billboard in an area reached
by a ladder from one of the
terminal's balconies.
'ANGELS' RUN EXTENDED
The Theatre Guild has announc announced
ed announced that dut to the large number
of advance reservation requests,
tha run of "My Three Angeles"
has been extended for an addi
tional two days.
The curtain will rise at tKt An
con Playhouse at t p.m. Manday,
and performances will continue
each evervng through Saturday
Two additional performances will

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Paramount
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE
EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS OF
Cecil B. DeMille'g Production
"THE TEN
COMMANDMENTS

"LUX" THEATRE

STTEET,' AMA tmtEJIA MECTADft Btroer- .JD'"A,8

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FARMACIA
DOMY
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Bargain la budgies,
pair of burgies with breeding
cage and nestbex, $10.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-4257.
FOR SALE: Photographic
Christmas cards, $15.00 per
hundred. Your negative or ours if
available. Fota El Helcon, tele-
phone 3r1179. rVK,'.
FOR SALE: 9 en. JtV porcelain
refrigerator, new motor; maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, buffet. 5360,. Mag oest
Place, Diablo Heights.' :
FOR SALE: Two girl's bicycles,
24 inch, new tires.' One wood
high chair. House No. 2244,.
Carr St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Apt. xe Monarch
as atove, like new, chrome kit kitchen
chen kitchen 'set. 4 chairs, Bendix dryer.
Like new. Apt, 2539-C Coce-
li. .'
A LARGE NEW SHIPMENT OF
EXCITING ORIENTAL GOODS
NOW AVAILABLf AT
LUM'S 4Q AUTO; ROW
IDEAL GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S
DAY AND CHRISTMAS AT OUR,
SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES.
FOR SALE: 21" television, 4
44 RCA radio. 0 33 RCA radio.
Markal record player, all need
repair, 200 nsad tubes, 50 used
transformers, 100 used electro electrolytic
lytic electrolytic condensers, all for $75.
Phono Balboa 2692.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60 cycle, $65.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4-4188.
FOR SALE: Girl's bicycle "Road
Master", A-l condition, basket
carrier, 24" wheels, $22.50.
527 1 -A. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Duo to trip, selling
Hi-Fi record player. Norga wash washing
ing washing machine. Norge dryer. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany wardrobe. G.E. cleaner
Phono 4-1178.
Critics Assail
Of Xhurctull
LONDON, Dec. I (UPI) --Cri
tics assailed a new statue or ir
witr.n rhiirrhill today as corn-
la-like caricature, mey sam n
like hasn't been seen since n
onth Kirthrtair nnrtrait that some
(,V 1 11 J I t.ivJ J r .
people said made him look ilk'
turtle. j- v
The new controversy ovet an
Tnrtrcai of Britain's
great leader centered in a $1,000
statue which has not yet been un-
It was commissioned by Churcb
iii' r-nnatitiiAnt in the Woodford
district which he represents in
Parliament, but critics doubted it
ever would be installed as ; a mo monument
nument monument to the former ?rime mm-
A picture of the 8-foot,"" 6-jnc'h
statue -published in tne newspa newspa-nr
nr newspa-nr broucht denunciations from
all marts of Britain.
"Gorilla-like." said some. "A
ranicature." said others. "It's
disgrace". ."We don't want it
here. ."Fancy using bur money
for that ran the comments in
Woodford.
One local businessman who con
tributed to the fund "called the
work appalling." He said the
"head. ears and feet all seem to
be to big.'
The statue shows Churchill as
enm, severe, forbidding old man
with an angry scowl. It shovel
by RCA

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: late 500 and 1.000
' meters, la the Nneyo Hipodramei
Urbanization, ecroae. the Romeo
Racetrack. AH lets with at re at
fronts, sewage, water man and
. ahtctricity. CaH.' W. McBaraatt.
Tol. '3-257. .1 ,
: IN PAITILLA, opposite the new
schools, "LA INVIRSIONISTA
,,'ia building,., house and lots to'
Jour style, easy, payments LA
NVERSIONISTA. upstairs, ICair
do Ahorroa. Tel, 2-363 9. h ...
Lett vicinity Tirol! Hofel Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving night one bracelet gold
chain with Phi: Beta Kappa Key
and 3 other keys. Finder aleaso
'call 3-T252, Panama, toward.
(Deod Woman Peak'
Claims 21 Uves
In Plane Crash
MADRID, Dec. 6 (UPI(-Search
crews reported today they Jiave
found the wreckage of a Spanish
airliner missing since Thursdaj-.
night. They said all 21 persons -board,
arc dead.
Reports reaching here from ele
ments of the giant land-air search
said the remains of the plane mad
been sighted on a show swept
mountain.
The mountain was identified .as
"The Peak of the Dead' Woman,"
There were 16 passengers and
five crewmen aboard the Aviaco
Languedoc plane which crashed
Thursday! on a regular run from,
Vigo to Madrid,
New Statue
Cantafuie
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If.
trim lurlrMH amf WSJ"tnsT foUOg
iit Uaninc iliehtlv torwara,
head poised aggressively and left
hsnH nntline hack the flap of' his
nit mat as if he is reaching for
his pocket watch.
Sculptor David McFafl 4 Lon-
rlnn aairl be exnected' some' criti
cism of the statue, but noming
like the current reaction.
"I have attempted to portray
Sir Winston as a man of intellect,
he said. "I wasn't' making toby
jug, yoir know.
Vivian Leigh's
Daughter; Hps
divine' Says Viv
LONDON (UPI Vivien Leigh
tho "constant nymph'. of Jlritish
stage ana movies, oesenpea ner
new role as grandmother Friday
night as "divine, just divine.4 I've
been' grandmother s e v r a 1
times but this is better than any
thing',' she added.,
The '45-xear-old actress became
a grandmother shortly after mid
night when; ner daughter, Sruianne
Farrincton. cave birth to- an
eight-pound son. Mrs. Farringlon
is Miss Leigh's daughter by her
s first husband, Leigh Holman.
VICTOR

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
- DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE 16 ft. boat 30 h.p.
motor with trailer and all aauip aauip-meat,
meat, aauip-meat, $800, Ft, Claytoa 1A Tel,
$7-4140.
FOR, SALE: 1957 Evinrude out outboard
board outboard motor,: ?$ -h.tV telephone;
Gamboa 754. -h;.
FOR SALE. Aristocrat AvaloH
outboard beatv 15 feet long, ma ma-hoxany
hoxany ma-hoxany plywood hull, With, mart;
75 Mercury motor, complete wrrli
controls. Telephone Gamboa 754.
FOR SALE: 1955 Evinrude 25
h.p. Looks end rune like new.
Balboa 2-1632, $230, including;
2 tanks, 2 props.
FOR SALE: 26" fishinc boat,
excellent condition. Can b aaan
at Tarpon Club. Phone 3-3151
anytime,
Claims USSR
To Dan
In USSR-Iran Pad
MOSCOW, Dec. 8 CUPI) The
Communist party organ Fravda
said today a new military pact
Detween tne united States and 1 1-ran
ran 1-ran exposes Russia's southern
frontier to "direct danger."
Pravda said in an 'article sign
ed -unserver tnai Kussia "can-
not remain indifferent in fttj face
of the situatton.' s :
The pact 'exposes to direct
danger the southern frontiers 'of
the USSR, it said.. v
The newspaper quoted what it
said were facts which, demonstrate
lowing the lead of external sources
are aiming at a deterioration of
Soviet-Iramsn relations aad, the
sowinf" of mistrust between, ithe
two. states." -t-m
The Iranian sover&meoti i ic
itions 'Contradict the principle of
good-neiehborlv relation tnA rvin.
late ttie; treaty obHgations- of, Jran
wwoiu inr uoan, rravaa if aiq,

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WANTED 1 xporienced ifi r
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WANTED:- Tale vbion techni technician
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Ner. 659 .and its auxiliary Eureka
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coBStruetlon of the $50,004 build
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chairman of the twtfldinjr jCOH jCOH-mlttee.
mlttee. jCOH-mlttee. for the "lenacity.Js
tods brothers Agree be display displayed
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rapport of IoneThorpe" and Dis Dis-fcrfct
fcrfct Dis-fcrfct Deputv MWiica Downe and
Carmen Gibson, DiyIi. gliver
pnt across. tlie .n t etart
i' bttlkling jmrf"-' tc)y on Oft. 24.
! 18 SI at a r .f etir g of Mount
Olympu a i a Eurekm Temple,
two of th' Wriest fraternal or or-ganteationa
ganteationa or-ganteationa on the isthmus.
, MeiBberf f two groups
were ooite, ntu. Ustle when
igreennmt w reached
mlih ft il.;ng eoi.traetor, but

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-r and Ms priding oommlttee t
keen ti jnembera behind the
project. f-j-A':'- A -y-Obstadea
-were encountered up
nntU almost 1o taa minute. The
tnaugnratlont originally schedul scheduled
ed scheduled lor two months ago, had to
be delayed when it became nec necessary
essary necessary for changes to be made in
the Wans.

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tee), both of whom had received
training in construction and de.
Sign revised the plans them themselves
selves themselves according to the desires
of the group and presented them
to the contractor.
Minister of Public Works Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Lopez Fabrega (who cut
the traditional ribbon), Pana Panama
ma Panama Gov. Jose E. Cajar Escala
and Acting Rainbow City High
School principal Alfredo Crag Crag-well
well Crag-well headed the group ot some
400 guests who attended th
inauguration of the Elks Cen Center.
ter. Center. The inaugural program Includ Including
ing Including the blessing of the hall by
Father Clarence W. Hayes,
speeches by Lopez Fabrega. .Ca .Cajar
jar .Cajar Escala and representatives
of different fraternal organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, songs and elocutionary
items with Prof. A. Barton as
chairman.
The ground floor of the build building
ing building is to be rented to one or two
commercial establishments at
the beginning of the year.
The rest of the buildlnr is
comprised of a terrace, a hall
with a capacity for 500 per persons
sons persons and a small cocktail
lounge which the two organisa organisations
tions organisations will 1 use to entertain
their guests or for other Elks
lodges to do likewise.
Following the inauguration a
"community night." featuring
the sale of cakes and refresh refreshment
ment refreshment and a Juke box dance was
held Wednesday. The two lodges
wound up their inaugural activ activities
ities activities at the hall last night with
a dance for members and their
guests from other Elks organlza.
tions.
Members of the building com
mittee who took the responsibil
ity along with Oliver and Night Nightengale
engale Nightengale to handle the details of
the construction are:
Violet Prince. Daughter Ruler
of Eureka Temple, vice chair
man; the Rev. Charles T. Reld.
treasurer; Carmen Lyons, assis assistant
tant assistant secretary; Simeon-Wilson;
Christopher Worrell: Linda Por-
tuzel; Constance Mulr and James
T. Barnabas.
RffDS CO TO GHANA
MOSCOW (UPD A Sovif del-
gation left by air Monday to at attend
tend attend the All-African People's Con
ference in Accra. Ghana, begin
ning Friday, the Tass news
agency said. The agenty said the
Russians would be at the meet meeting
ing meeting as observeri.
The moo who Vmh-k m tk
1 lookout for business doesn't hove
' 0 worry so much obout the busi business
ness business outlook. m,.
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ENTERING NEW BUILDING Public Works Minister Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Lopez Fabrega starts up the stairs of the new Elks
Center followed by Cyril T. Nightengale, secretary of the
building committee, (fixing fez) Panama Gov. Jose E. Ca Cajar
jar Cajar Escala, Rainbow City High School acting principal Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Cragwell and others who attended the formal inaugu inauguration
ration inauguration of the new Elks Community Center built by Mount
Olympus Lodge and Eureka Temple, IBPOEW.

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Government Funds
Are Made Available
For Clinton School
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UPD-
The federal government announc announced
ed announced today that $45,510 will be al allocated
located allocated to help rebuild the Clin
ton, Tenn,, mgn scnooi wnicn was
demolished by a dynamite blast
several weeks ago.
Health, Education and Welfare
Secretary Arthur S. Flemming
said the money win come irom
fund set up to help communities
which need to expand school fa facilities
cilities facilities becaus of stepped-up fed federal
eral federal activity in an area.
The gn-ant will be made to An Anderson
derson Anderson County authorities. Flem Flemming
ming Flemming said the county qualified be because
cause because of a predicted-increase in
the number of federal employes
at the nearby Oak Ridge atomic
plant and other government in installations
stallations installations fn th area.
Students at Clinton are now at attending
tending attending an abandoned school build building
ing building the government made availa available
ble available at Oak Ridge. Authorities are
still trying to learn the identity of
the dynamiters.
The blast came at the school
which figured in "one of the early
integration crisis after the 1954
Supreme Court decision. However,
in the last, vear or so. there had
been no trouble over the racial
situation in the small Tennessee
town.
CongVess last session appropri appropriated
ated appropriated 50 million dollars to aid
school construction in the so-called
federal impact areas. The cut cutoff
off cutoff date for applications was Nov.
17.
Anderson County officials esti estimated
mated estimated a new high school building
will cost approximately $25,000.
PREDICT' GOOD YEAR
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A group
of business leaders polled by a
magazine predict 1959 will be a
good year for the economy and
for their firms.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:.
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Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 90 83
Low 74 77
HUMIDITY:
High ........ 95 93
Low $8 73
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-18 N-18
RAIN (inches) I .17
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 83

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, DEC. 7
High
Low
8:20 a.m.
8:43 p.m.
12:29 p.m.
BY WALT SCOTT

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (UPI)
U.S. Ambassador to Cuba- Earl
E. T. Smith resumed urgent talks
with State Department officials to
day amid indications that recent
events, may have imperiled the
rule of Cuban President Fulgencio
Batista.:
Informed aswrces said Smith'
return te Washington for consul
tations beginning yitftarday un-,
darscorod the throat to Batista,;
who has rwlod the sugar rich re republic
public republic for 17 of the pa t IS.
years. v- :.?
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Basic to Batista's troubles is,
th revolution of the "July 2
Mevonttnt' which has tugged in
eastern Cuba for many months
under the leadership of rebel Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro.
Observers here noted the follow

ing recent developments:
An abortive anti-Batista plot last
weekend. Informed sources report reported
ed reported that about 35 senior and junior
officers, were involved. About 20
of them took refuge in foreign em embassies
bassies embassies in Havana.
Gen. Martin Diaz Tomavo. chief
of staff of the army, was retired
this week "for reasons of health",
accoraing to a government com
munique Diaz Tamayo was one
of Batista's closest friends.
Castro's rebel army has com completely
pletely completely cut off Cuba's largest su sugar
gar sugar province, O r i e n t e. Cuba
(which supplies most of this coun
try s sugar, may lose as much as
80 percent of its usual croo if
the rebel srmy struggle continues.
OPEN DISPLAY ROOM
WARSAW (UPI) Warsaw's
first au'omobile display room
since the war will open on Dec.
10, it was disclosed Monday:
On display will be Polish-made
Warszawas costing 125,000 zlotys
(about $5,000-at the tourist rate
of exchange), Mikrus at 50,000
zioiys sz,ooo) and a three-quarter
ton pickup1 truck known: as the
Zuk. Several models of imported
vara, iiso, win. oe snown.
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Let s Get Away From It All Has
Xmas Entertainment Bill Rolling

The first in a series of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season special entertainments
is in the Canal Zone for a tour of
military installationa and hospi
tals.
"Let's Get Away irom It All,"
featuring a cast of li troupers,
made its debut lat night at Rio
Hatoi A performance scheduled
for Thursday night ahd to be
postponed due to the late arrival
of the plane bringing the cast,
and has been rescheduled for
Monday at Fort Kobbe.
The variety show was sent to
the Zone under auspices of the
Professional Entertainment
Branch, Department of Defense
and Department of the Army Spe
cial Services.
Complete scheduled for the en entertainers
tertainers entertainers follows: Sunday, 2 p.m.,
ward show at Coco Solo Hospital,
and 7 p.m.. Fort Gulicki Theater:
Monday. 8:30 p.m., Fort Kobbe
Theater; Tuesday 7:30 p.m., Rod;
Adenauer Wants
Berlin Problem
Settled First
BERLIN, Dec. 6 (UPI) Chan,
cellor Konrad Adenauer has mdi mdi-cated
cated mdi-cated that-his government is at
odds with its western allies on
means o; settling the Berlin cri crisis.'
sis.' crisis.' .; v rt"i-- ''"'
-Adenauer told a wildly -cheering
crowd -at -a mass meeting here
last night that: :
"My governmept and I are a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the proposal that the' Ber"
lin question should be discussed
within the, framework of the
whole German problem. The dif difficult
ficult difficult and dangerous Berlin prob problem
lem problem s iould be settled first of all."
Sources close to the Berlin city
government said the chancellor
s'ressed the same theme at a
closed meeting with Socialist
mayor Willy Bfandt and other
city leaders.
Adenauer ended his two day
visit to West Berlin and returned
to the West German capital of
Bonn in a special U.S. Air Force
transport.
Tens of thousands of West Ber Ber-lifters
lifters Ber-lifters lined Adenauer's automobile
route to Templehof Airfield and
waved and cheered.
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Fort Claytorf; and Friday. 7:30
p.m., Cummings Hall, 15th Naval
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ed connected with this tour are: Miss Janet
Gifford,,' .USARCARIB Special
Services fJffice;. Capt. Robert O,
Dunfee, escort officer and Sp4
Verner Mabrey, stage' technician.
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