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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Panama -- Panama

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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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7 Cuban Rebels

Left On Beach

Wear Porlobefo

Seven Cuban .rebels who fled

lrom; Slerr Maestra region

witn, President Fuigencio Batis Batista's
ta's Batista's army troop close on their
heels are scheduled to be

brought to Panama City today.

Trie men, who are requesting

ttievrlght of asylum, are ten

tatively charged with Illegal en.

try.-They were -left on a beacn

called Piava Bianca near j'oriO'

belo by v a yacht : whose owner,

trievtriad persuaded to get them

out- ot Cuba because, their cap

ture was. near .-

They were removed from the

beach by a. National Guard de

tachment after farmers in the

Playa 'Bianca area sent word to

Portobelo. prom Portooeio tney

were" : taRen to uoion. irom
where they will be brought to
Panama,

.The men are identified as

Luis Capote Perez,' Manuel Gar

cia del Castillo, Santiago Puen Puen-tes
tes Puen-tes Hernandez, Jose Antonio

Diaz Gomez, Hilario Bodobaldo
Pineda 'Arrocha. Bartolome Her

nandez Quintana and Juan Luis
Beniche a newsman
-They said loyal Cuban forces

learned, of their presence, short

ly after their arrival in the

Sierra Maestra region, seeking

to join Fidel Castro-, through
the capture t of one of their
friends who had' their names
and the place where, they were

staying written,'-oa a piece oi

-They V bIa4or escape be
caue ithef friends got words. "to

lty forces courl elamp down.

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Rep. Zelenko Takes

Look At Projects

Along Canal Banks

An Inspection of Panama Ca

rial Installations and a partial
transit of the Canal .aboard thf
Panama Canal Company launch
Diana was made yesterday by
Rep. t Herbert Zelenko -(DiN.lC.)
who art lved here by plane f of

a brier visit to the Isthmus. He

was: accompanied on his trip to
the Isthmus by Mrs. Zelenko. i

Zelenko, a member of thi

House Merchanfr Marine anl

Fisheries Committee which handiest-Panama
Canal legislation,

conferred yesterday with Gov.
W. E. Potter- oh current and

future operations, plans and

problems of ? the itCanal orgaBf
izationv4if'i;

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HltsrmiMimiONwe)nrfteft'pide4ieiih4caliwHm aldVltt admliUstrtlrfsf the sacrament

rk' to-the thousands of children whoxoolc their first communion .yesuwaay. ma v"ea uw ''.'v"t'" v""

" field off theOrympic- Stadium while others worked up in the stanaa wmwwtre jaiiiineu wim eue

Amateur Astronomer James Hess Dies;
He Started Hiraflores Observatory

James A. Hess founder tf theretirement in June. 1938. his CanaT

Mirauores UDservawy,. ana reur reur-ed
ed reur-ed Canal employe; died Sunday af-

ternnon in Lewisctta, vu-ginia.- He
was 78 years -old

Funeral services ; were to- Dei

With 1A,.": Col. Robert hr,
Brown, Engineering and. Con

struction Director, he made an

irspectionor vtne moaei 'rooBi
at Diablo Heights. and is wai
briefed on current facilities aria
proposed Improvement .projects.
The Congressman then made
an, Inspection., of y Miraflows
Locks 'a operations admpanifed
by Capt; Warner S. Rodlmon,
Marine Director, ;;. a 4

t:!Ttii'- partial transit of the

nal -was made by Zelenko ,fr

f earo .Miguel Locks: thro

Oaillard- Cut.;to Gamboa." Dw-

inRtheitrinrhfr! inspected

provement proj ects w progress,

sites or-- future work, and fne

experimental lighting" prdj

He was accompanied by Bro

and P. A." white; "Chief of

Dreagmg pivisuon.,

held todajf, pnd burial: was to take

cemetery fc-vtN .;-

Mr.1" H!st was bora in-' Washing:

ionj D:C. '. During,, the Spanish ...

merican War be served1 in the -com-

fpany commanded by Captain; la

ter Colonel. David'OrGaiBarai

fact which vprobawyv-naa ? some

bearing on : bis decisin in June,

I909, ;ito eorae to "the Canal' Zone

where iColonel Gaillard Ufas r in

charee of construction" work- iw

the Cut which now bears ms name.

Many-yeart ler Mr. Hew
i sstUtod jn ipUtino th mmorUI
plaqu t ColerMT Gaillard on th
ltd ef Centractara HWI, ; ; i
t 'f:-"::iKK:-'---m '-

i Mr;:ss first wifh ;the Isth-ii

mian Canal Commission- was as a
wireman. ,a position which he held

until he resigned from the service

in June, '1912,, He "wa. reemployed
the following year, again as.' a

wireman, and from then until his

i.be.1 ',.rfep. ana Mrsj zeienko an

leave loaay oy piane-'ior th
4. 1 1 A ... ...

IUIU Uip HI HCW . :

,. zelenko t was- born in

York City, and isva fcradua

Columbia, College and Colu:

Law School. He thas bei

ShipGcfiHike
In Rafes For Usel

Of

.m--!t.t

Hlgher' rates art in s storr tor

users of London docks, .the Port

Of ;Londonjtnority. has j an
nouncedrvy'wi-tv.c'..,;.:'

Beginning Jan. L the existing

surcharge of 20 per cent on dues

and rent tfort vessels using .the

Authority'? ocks wjll gUff. ,td

22 m -per centum

, s-.The 3i per cent surcharge on
rate.-lor hire and use of vlant

equipment- win be increased to

member, of Congress since P54A30 per.vcent,rthe auttjorlty'sald

service was unbroken.

He worked at various times with

the Electrical Division and the

Supply Department, but the major

part of his service was with the
Panama Canal Locks; withy which

he was a towing locomotive epera-

. A competent, amateur -nemer,
Mr, Hoit erginliod the
Canal Zone Astronomical Seciety
In the latar !920'. ;
He negotiated: the loan of five-

inch equatorial telescope, ione of

sbt instruments bunt originauy- ior

thetNavy to observexthe transit of

Venus across the face of the sun

in 1874. Until .the Observatory was
built in' 1930. he had the telescope

set" up at his home in Pedro Mi

guel, -r-
In addition to his interests In

the Astronomical Society, Mt Hess
wis active in Masonic affairs dur

ing his residence on the Isthmus.

i- i.He is survived by" a daughter,

Mrs. Adnen- Bouche. of .Diablo

Heights. a son Laurie F. Hess, of

Washington, and by five grann-

children and four great grandchil grandchildren.
dren. grandchildren. '.. r-.v':d&Ji.

J5-man Steel Band

From Trinrddd ;

On CZ This Week

"XlS-olece Trinidad steelBand

1 tagiva shdw in the Bklboa

f. jicotbx .., a iiuicanj t tixgxiir;; uao
week, and two shows in the Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso Theater Thursday, Dec. 23.
Arrangements fori the ii "shows
were made by the Service Cen Center
ter Center management and Jose JRlba JRlba-jmar.i
jmar.i JRlba-jmar.i owner and traveling repre

sentative of the group, Who has
been in Panama for several days.

The band figures to show zon

ians how, from garbage cabs and
newspaper headlines, the people
of Trinidad have, fashioned the

form of music for which the is
land 1 now world-famouii j

Legion Goup Meets
With US Citizen
Parents Tonight ;;
A fact-finding committee of
the American Legion will meet
tnniahfc at the ; Hotel Washing

ten with United States citizen
rmroMif the Atlantic side whd

are interested Jn the school tuf-d

tion matter. "'"
wirfn' oillev. child welfare

chairman, will preside j olfttly

with Al Gauvin, Legion com
mander. .:

The Legion, has announced
f:.tr,t mnrh additional data has

been collected -, on -the basic

Inequity or hardship of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone's graded tuition plan
nri -Kftrents who are mot employ

ed by the Canal-Government

organization. ',".

Investlea 1 1 o n shows that

sometimes parents-are burden
ed bv increasing costs of a col

lece education for one or more

r.midren in tne aiates ana i

the same time are paying tui

tion for younger ones attend

ing CZ primary or secondary

schools; ..!

The Legion feeli this will dis

courage, stable, responsible peo

ple from committing tnemseiv.es
to long-term employment on
the Isthmus, either for 'US
agencies,, as civilian employes

bf the military, or to American

firms operating In Panama or
CentralAmerica. ; '?($
The Legion believes it .im .imperative
perative .imperative that the UJ3. govern government
ment government concern itself with Inex Inexpensive
pensive Inexpensive and adequate education
for, all minor children : of its
citizens working in this general
area. j
'A complete report will be for forwarded
warded forwarded soon to the Legion's na national
tional national headquarters. :

RP'Boys, Girls
6,000 Strong

Take Communion

Run Last But Say

West Berlin

Onlv

Fight

Beginning

BERLIN. Dec. 9 (UPI) Communist East Germany

warned today that the fight for West Berlin is only now

beginning.

Claiming Sundays massive anti-Communist vote in

West Berlin was meaninglessthe official East German

Communist newspaper Neues Deutschland, said, now

the fight tor a peaceful solution of the West Berlin ques

tion starts.

"The time is gone," the Communist organ declared

in an editorial, "when the imperialists could prefare their
war fires in secret. He who wants to prevent war... must
efface all those dangerous points which could spark a new
world war."

Sunday's West Berlin city council elections had been
ballyhooed by both the anti-Communist and Communist
parties as a virtual referendum on Soviet demands that
Western Allied garrisons be withdrawn from the city, leav leaving
ing leaving if defenseless and surrounded by 300,000 Red Arm
troops. ; . .V.
Butthe Communists suffered an overwhelming de defeat.
feat. defeat. They won ess than two percent of the popular vote,
and their voting strength was reduced by one-fourth com compared
pared compared to the last elections in 1954. t,

: Even most of .IHMlOO-Wo Ber

at

Army.Hopp ng Mad; Officer Hopped F.or .Poodle, Kids Too
ArirvTTi'r about it. ,: 3

FRANKruRT.JJermany.fi Dec.

O (UPD-s-The -UB. Arrty is
hopping mad at the office); who
used a helicopter to go shopping
f or a poodle and, uttfwlsei It
knew his name. 1 , 4

, j jine siory oi xne snapping ex
pedition was told by Hans Bohr-

mann. a shODkeener in tie vil

lajte of Xiautershein, who wild It

began when two Army Bei

helicopters landed on the

tershein soccer field.

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Lau-

Ah. Army caBtahi stepped, "out

of one;! of ;' the machines and
strolled; over fl,to ,"3ohrmann'at
store where he asked to buy a

Bohrmann naa none ana -ins.
officer,, promised ,to return ; the
following week,' 4k 4
Sure enough he did but this
time with three helicopters.-! s
While the captain made i the
purchase the helicopter crews
gave the, Lautersheln. villagers-
and above .all the kids free

f ive-inute illJghts over the vil

lage,; i, f rtTj'5vVktx'cV;

,t "Wheh the jshoppmg anl sight.
seeing were over the helicopters
flew; baok toward Mannheim
where ."the captain allegedly j4s
stationed. $$tff-ftfcl
.At thatpolnfc everybody was
Happy. The captain had his
poodle. -Bohrmann had made a
sale and the villagers had; their
first ride In a chopper. Then the

nruijr uniu nuuuu u.
;."All Army aircraft, Including
helicopters; may land only on
authorized and pre-selected a a-reas,"
reas," a-reas," a spokesman paid With
some"heat. "Giving a rid to
anyone, unless permission is giv given
en given befdrehand, is also prphlblt prphlblt-h
h prphlblt-h s-
T'fi:':-,

I The spokesman said the cap captain,,
tain,, captain,, when he Is finally founc,
could he court martlaled and

certainly will be disciplined.

Some 6000 Panamanian boys

and gins toon.tneir lust cum
1 MA.ntnw I,

munion yeai,eiuay uv"""'
the olvmDie Stadium during

mass conducted by. Archbishop

Francis Beckman as. a part of

yesterday's celebration or Mo

ther's Day, wwen is ODservea
annuallv on the Catholic Feast

of the Immaculate Conception

of the virgin Mary.;
A crowd of about 20,000 jam

med the statdlum to hear the
mass. Many accompanied their
children -'or- relatives who were
making first communion.
The religious -activities In
commemoration of the day end ended
ed ended early, yesterday evening with
a procession headed by a flower-bedecked
etatue of the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Mary with the children who
had taken their first commu communion
nion communion following irttinediateiy ber
hind;. It. ,,;:;;; ;,
Thousand of the faithful
followed the procession as
thousands more' jammed the
sidewalks along the route,
taken to 'and from: the San
Jose (Golden Altar) Church.
Since Saturday night, lighted
images of the Virgin Mary were
placed on balconies, porches
end windows facing the street

where they will r jmain for sev several
eral several days before being, removed.

In addition Id the acolytes

who served at the mass, assist

ing with the organization and
the giving of communion to the

6000. first communicanif were

local, priests and some from the

mission which is currency visit visit-irg
irg visit-irg anama.

Several parents were- un unable
able unable to locate their children
in5i the .' huge '.throngs which
poured out of the exits of the
stadium following the mass,
but none was osi; foijiany
length : of ; time. , r
All ; were"; taken to theVlta-

dium's offigft where their par

ents Pfound,' them after.' the

crowd -thinned; ';

Most of the children were
taken back! in -, buses .to the

churches vwhere they had re-

celved! their instructions. Beiore

leavinff- lor then? homes, they
were given breakfast or sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches ,,and. Jf rylts,'
Many Panama radio stations
featured almost daylong dedica dedications
tions dedications to. mothers from their
children, i ;

liners 'who -cross the Iron -Cur1
,tain every' morning to go to
jobs in communist East Berlin

voted against the Reds.

But the communists retusea
to accept the West Berliners'
verdict.
"That was just an ever--hire,
Neues Deutschland said.
The newspaper, as all East
German newspapers, played
up yesterday's statement by
premier Otyo Grotewohl Warn Warning
ing Warning that soon his government
will carry out its sovereign
right to control all traffie to
and from West Berlin.
The election result was a
tilumph for the Socialist Par

ty of popular Mayor Wijly
Brandt.

Final official returns gave

the Socialists 52.1 percent of the

vote, the Christian Democrats

37.3 percent, the Communists

L9 percent, and various splinter;

parties uie rest.

Of the 133 seats in tne Muni

cipal Council, 78 go to the So Socialists
cialists Socialists and 55 to- the Christian

Democrats.

The Reds relused to recognize

what by implication what a

popular rejection of the Soviet

note demanding that west Ber

lin be turned into a "demili

tarized free city,"

"The Soviet note will be car-

lied out even against the will

ol the West Berlin politicians,"

said Hans Kieiert, head of the

East Berlin communist Party.

Grotewohl made a veiled
threat that the East German
Reds would blockade the air
and land routes to West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin if the United States, Brit Britain
ain Britain and France did not withdraw.

The Western allies cannot

"blackmail" the Communists,
Grotewohl said in a speech to

tne East German parliament.

urotewoni, speaKine in a

weak voice, said under no cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances would he accept thfe
results of the election. He had
to stop once In his speech for
a 20-mlnute rest.

Shortly .after he spoke,s it
was announced that the 65

year-old East German leader

will be unable to make a plan planned
ned planned trip to Poland because of
what was officially described as
a bad cold.
His wards were menacing de despite
spite despite the weakness with which
he uttered them.
- He boasted that his rovern-

ment soon would receive from
the Soviet Union control of
the air, land and canal life lifelines
lines lifelines from Berlin to, West
Germany. He said his govern government
ment government would not .tolerate the'
continued presence nf Allied
troops in West Berlin;
"Soon the government will be
In a position to exercise sover

eignty on the land, on the wa

ter ana in the alr,M he said.
In Washington; the State De

partment said the crushing
Communist deieat In, the West

Berlin election showed that
West Berliners overwhelmingly

rejeet Russla'i plwvfcar iusntr..
their 4tity into a demilitarized

f res son.

Department spokesman Lin

coln White said the Soviet pro proposal
posal proposal was the only real Issue
in the balloting for city council
members. He noted that all

parties except the Communists
opposed the free tity plan.
"Therefore," he eaid, "the re result
sult result of the polling (offers a clear
answer to the question of

whether the people of West
Berlin desire any chance in the
present status of that city."

wnite said the results "give
clear evidence of the senti sentiments
ments sentiments of the free population
of West Berlin with reference
to Soviet proposals that the
area- be transformed into a
so-called free city."
"The decisive defeat of the

Socialist United (Communist
Party," he said, "should give
some idea as to the amount of

trust me people of West Berlin

are willing to place in Soviet
proposals regarding their fu

ture." ' f-c
Grotewohl denied the elec election,
tion, election, was a referendum on the
free city plan. But he had
said earlier, when he believ believed
ed believed the Communists would pile
up a big vote, that the ballot balloting
ing balloting was a tt of publid opin opinion
ion opinion on the pun.

Ke told the East German par parliament
liament parliament 12 hours after the elec election
tion election that the leal issue wa
Adenauer's proposal to arm
West Germany with atomic
weapons.
Army Sgf. Drowns
In Farallon River

During Maneuvers!
Sgt. Myron D. Horn, 42, appar apparently
ently apparently drowned Sunday afternoon

at the Rio Hato area while en

gaged in a training exercise. He
was assigned to A Company, 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort
Kobbe. .,
,- i
The sergeant was crossing the
Farallon River about 1:30 p,m.
when he apparently slipped and
disasppeared' under the surface of
the water. His body was recovered
about 6:55 p.m. after a search of

the river.

The company is engaged In

six-week training cycle at Rio Ha

to.

Horn is survived by his wife.

Brunhilde, and three children.

Joann, 10; Walter, 6, and Heidi.

2. All reside at Fort Kobbe. ;

His oarenta. Mr. 'and Mrs. A-

dolph B. Horn, reside at Euclid,

Minn. ; ., r, -p-w:
it.':h 'k."fi.
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed but services are
tentatively planned to be held on
Euclid with with burial in Crook Crook-ston,
ston, Crook-ston, Minn. -,

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Yt1 IS YOUR FORUM THI RUBERS OWN COLUMN
The Mail h M Marfan ef The Panama America.
. Lettera art received f ratefulhr ana at handled in a wKalty confidential
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j'f,",? Jf ya canr a Uttar W'k UMriem if deBan Mar the
.an day. lettera ate aualiihta" m tha ardor received. received.-I
I received.-I Please in Jim letters limited ta ant ae length.
MeHttty af letter writers h held in etrictett cent idanca. N
i'TUa newspaper asiumei na reieaniibilitv far atatementi er epinieni

,gkpresjed rn ltt tram reader.

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THE MAIL BOX

FAST ROUND

gtr-T
kTT IJnst as two boxing judges at the same bout can cpme up
t-witft cards so different they seem to have been watching differ different;
ent; different; lights, there seems to be more than he assessment of a
Thanksgiving Eve preliminary in the Diablo-Clubhouse
"i""- "Mother3 (Mail Box, Dec. 5) turned In her scorecard to the
?Mail Box. Here is the scorecard of another judge:
SLJThe boy mentioned by "Mother" was in the mens room
Whe'ntwo other boys entered. Maybe the rst boy, had a perse perse-ention
ention perse-ention complex and thought the other two were about to harass
him, but anvway he swung his elbow into the stomach of one of
them as he "walked by. Then he started to dart tat was
, tagged a glancing .non-scoring blow on the arm He countered
with a kick, then stopped a scoring punch for his paiM. The
Kcond of the two boys who had entered together got out of the
tiny of the fighters like a good referee, and moved back into
Jments later the younger boy decided a little .more roadwoA
to. in order headed for the door, apparently thought the rei rei-TrPP
TrPP rei-TrPP irt block his escape and kicked his adversary In the
"hand bS the referee mowd out of the way. and the youneer
SoayngotBon Sh hls roadwork. aided by a parting ; J Uk on ttie
lee from his foe (who should lose the round for this). As this
itherTdge saw it from his corner, the roadworker made off at
"'"cannot .a, I thli.t to. much.M .toltnlw wom 'Jd""'S

fights, but
Diablo CHfubhouse aVat St. Nick's
Which iudge is right? Short

v, ,.ftr f neraonal ODlnion in tne uiaDm men a
TTf.r i nJ ViYm. fan. including "Mother." is en-

.. at ef MlrV's

titled to his or her personal opinion.

NON-AFICIONADO

Sir:
wa, misguided enough to

.. eiinrfsv slthonsh I naa oeen wrneu vj
-ffil thirthsPecS was hardly a noble or rewarding one.
' r ,nV ure thai everyone in the sparse audience was as dls dls-f:m.STU"
f:m.STU" dls-f:m.STU" ml first introduction to bullfighting

iuste4 as I was This was my

ndnrS.tic bulls, frightened to death gaveas

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....

nnnr a Performance as me duiihv'ci- .1 Tv.- i...

SXSSffi rradition X "e" buU and la valiant and IskUlful
matador leading up to a "moment of truth' when the matador

fighting was oi a m,
Spanish tradition w
matador leading up

profiles himself between the horns lor tne Kuung m
in Panama, however, they ride the bull they pull "stall,
ttimm wr themselves, tnen the bull tads on their toe or
r-iLethlngard they get peeved and stab It All very noble

jut .' T,.afUii .AJ a.tMaV U1

iv,flirKf'?an(l !ner the'

the bun uniess of course they gei a good fighting bull once in
WSome of the clowning on Sunday was fair but when come comedians
dians comedians make clumsy attempts to kill the bull, the whole proce-
fStJf thowd would not let them kill one bull and
It was led off. When the last bull had been teased and fooled
around with for some time, one of the comics took up t cUbbI cUbbI-car
car cUbbI-car nose which was obviously meant to be serious, and tried to
kill the 'bull with his sword. The bull tossed him without the
sword even tuerclng the hide. Three times the fellow tried and
each time the bull butted him before he got the sword home
and eventually, he limped off clutching his chest
The bull was simplV abandoned in the middle of the rln?
after a half-hearted attempt to drive it back into Its pen, and
the crowd left jeering with disgust.
Baseball Fan

UNCURBED KIDS

Sir:
uVot Vi.nnn in Rpnnle here,
teaching their kids any kind
nri.t. nrnn.rtvi or for that

There wa8 a time, in the States, when I thought my two
boyS'Were well on their way to becoming little gentlemen. They,
addressed their elders with a certain amount of respect, they
remembered their pleases and thank-yous without too much
promoting and they knew the boundaries of their own yard.
Within a few short weeks after arriving here, they have de degenerated
generated degenerated Into the crowd.
On the Zone, nothing is really "mine." People here use oth others'
ers' others' furniturehomes an dlawns on the theory that what's yours
Is mine, and what's mine is mine too.
How can any of us expect our children to grow up with re respect
spect respect for anything when they are allowed to run recklessly
through the government's house, tear up the government's fur furniture,
niture, furniture, chop off the government's shrubs, and on and -on.
How many dads would let their little darling break a wa water
ter water spigot deliberately, decorate the house with crayon murals,
yell, shoot pop guns and hula hoop in the movie theater, ruin
the tennis net or such charming pastimes if they lived in their
own home town?
prt-- These things to on here all the time. Nothing happens, be be-;J4llge
;J4llge be-;J4llge nobody with enough pull seems to care. Worst of all, the

parents don i care or else mere
BALL
Sir:
Man T lust can't di these

baseball games. Thev give us American players, popcorn and
peanuts, and all that rah, rah, rah jazz, but man, when they
gonna get wise?
Who can sit through nine innings of the old ball game with without
out without a luicy, mustard-smeared hot dog? Man, they sure would
slide down easy with the Cerveza brew.
Or do they only sell the products at the grandstand which
have a team by the same name? Well, I'll have you know I
slurp my beer, smoke the weeds and chomp the sugar cubes.
But gee dad, I sure would like a hot, dog at the old ball game. If
they hve to be sponsored, how about adding another team
called the Ideal Doggies or the Panny Pooches? Think of the
possibilities. They could put in a good word for the bun and
the "einer with every homer.
There's lots of places and people around here I'd like to see
go to the dogs Some of them already have. But when the folks
who run the baseball games offer to do same, man, I'll be the
first customer

HOMETOWN, I'.SJl.

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A hometown in my state was featured a few weeks ago on
"Hometown, U.E.A." I made a point of listening. So far aa I
... could tell It was just a program to butter up a few people from
my state b 'etting them get on TV and "say hello to the folks
,' bee! home,"
7T'4 V"fi. of TV program-bore? everybody elsje. My state is
f&in X't'f'z't .f'F'.ce. I'd have been glad of a little fresh news
of whet's going on. There's a lot, besides growing corn,
'f'r. Disappointed Stater

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Labor News
And,
. .
Comments

By VICTOR R1ISIL
N EW YORK In the Western
section of New York City as well
as the Eastern sector of Commun Communist
ist Communist Berlin, Soviet agents have been
meeting secretly, They have leeu
planning to whiplash us from be
hind. It was here that the nigb
command of the American Com
munist Party gathered Nov. 18 to
20 after a directive from abroad
to resurrect its undercover laoor
apparatus.
Such an "apparat" could still
call in tha leaders of some five
or six powerful unions with almost
half a million members. Properly
directed it could still unleash stia-
ic strikes at mighty strategy
moments in the very center oi
strategic shipping and defense pro
duction and communication. And
a directive is a directive, as the
comrades say in Moscow, or should
if they don't. High on the order
of business of the secret session
of the Communist Party, U.SA.'s
"Executive Committee," were
fore, were the words of t slender,
gray haired world traveler in his
mid-fifties.
But the color of his face evi evidenced
denced evidenced the fact that he hadn't been
traveling much, recently. It had
touches of prison pallor, me ten
tale gray came Irom almost two
years in the f ederal Fenitenua.
ry at Atlanta. But the gray-haire.d
one has lost none of his decisive decisiveness.
ness. decisiveness. He had slipped secretly into
the country in December of 56,
some $500 in his pocket and Mos
cow i orders in his head.
Two FBI agents picked him u
they found him in a Bronxville,
N.Y., bar a distance indeed
from his last assignments in War
saw and Peiping. At first he told
the FBI he was just a man called
"Edwards" But they knew him to
be the old Fur Workers' Irving
Potash, one of the highest leaders
in the once powerful Communist
bloc of unions. "Edwards" was
the traditional name used by
"Comintern agent'' the men
Moscow dispatches to direct Ame
rican Communists, in secret.
Irving Potash had accepted vo
luntary deportation to his native
Poland some years earlier. For il
legally slipping across the U. S.
border again, Comrade Potash
served a tw6-year term in Atlan
ta. With time off for good beha behavior
vior behavior he was freed last Aug. 26
Agents of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service picked him
up the same day. They accepted
bond. They told him to make the
rounds of embassies in Washing
ton.
The Federal agents couldn't re-
deport Communist agent Potash
unless one of these embassies gave
him a permanent visa. Potash said
b would try to get- some country
to accept him once again. But on
Nov. 18, Tovarich Potash sat down
with the American Communist
Party's most trusted leaders, the
Executive Committee of the Com
munists' National Board. Appar
ently Potash had decided that he
liked it here. The Executive Com
mittee, meeting under instructions
not to tell even the larger na national
tional national Board, elected Potash to its
guarded inner, ranks.
Immediately he took over the
labor assignment. He would in ef
fect be labor secretary, but not
formally, of course. In fact, his
instructions to the gathered com
rades were to keep his assign
ment secret from all others. No
one was to know that the labor
secretary's spot, vacant since the
old labor secretary, John William
son, had been deported to Eng
land,, was now filled.
How would he operate? How:
could he then make contact with
the pro-Communist labor leaders
in this country? This was solved
easily, comrades. Unless this co-
luirntst s disclosure checkmates
the move, Irving Potah is slated
to be a reporter, sort of an as assistant
sistant assistant labor editor of the Work
er. This is the weekly successor
to the Daily Worker. Thus, the
comrades were still using an
old Leninist tactic. It is vividiy
described in a British report I
picked up in London this summer.
The report, exposing British
Communist techniques in direct directing
ing directing Communist controlled unions
says:
"At conferences of some of the
big unions a headquarters official
of the Communist Party attends
as a 'press representative' but
the notes he writes, are not for
publication. They are answer to
points being made by speakers
from the rostrum. These notes
are passed by a 'courier,' a par.
ty member who is a conference
delegate, to some other member
in the conference who then tries
to catch (the president's eye so
he may express from the rostrum
the poinjs be has been instructed
to make."
It will be fascinating watching
Tovarich Potash in action among
this old Communist labor friends.

Walter Winchel! In

NEW YORK SILHOUETTES
Celebs About Town: Maureen o
Hara, Joan Colhni and Marion
Marshall (the lorme. M. n n-.v
.v n-.v Dnnp'ni beautifying the War
wick Hotel where they dwell. All
unmarried. .Kim Novak appre
ciating the histrionics of Kim Man-
ley and Helen Hayes at "Touch oJ
the PoeC .Greer Garson and
Groom eetdng int. a keb in front
of The Sherry-Netherland. .Ann
Miller of Girlywood at tne &na &na-dow
dow &na-dow of s Gunman'' premiere. .Er .Er-rni
rni .Er-rni Flvnn at El Morocco stuffing
table xoses into bis Date's milli
nery and then pusning n on mx
Baer's head. A new lorm of sui suicide.
cide. suicide. .Rocky Marciano. ex-Hea-
wweieht Chamoion. who may piay
his first movie role in "Anderson "Anderson-ville".
ville". "Anderson-ville". .Ex-Dodgers star Jacku
Robinson strolling Madinson Ave Avenue
nue Avenue and surprising passersby wub
his graying hair anc aaaeo weignk
. .Millionaire John Jacob Astof
with tassles on his shoes.
"Sallies In7o"ur AlUy: At the
Terroer-Trrp last night a TV star
was unhappy about the grind that
goes with preparing a weekly pro program.
gram. program. ."Last year," he was re reminded,
minded, reminded, "you said It was a
breeze". ."I know," he sighed,
"but I was ten 1 years younger
then". .Neil McCarthy's report
a;ter trying some of that nonal nonalcoholic
coholic nonalcoholic egg-nog the ads are tout touting
ing touting for the holidays: "It's like
kissing your sister!"
Tune Pan Alley Vignette: Ten
vears aeo a relatively unknown
songwriter made the rounds of the
publishers. .He submitted a cat catchy
chy catchy Yuletide ditty but the experts
old him that it was noi commer
cial and, well, afer all, "we are
in this business to make money"
. .The rebuff didn't defeat neW
comer Johnny Marks. .He kept
calling on this office and that One
homng some publisher would
like it ... This week Mrs. Marks
(who wouldn't stay down for the
full count) celebrates the lOtn
Birthdav nf "Rudolph The Red
Nosed Reindeer". .It has sold
27 million recordings in the U.S.
to-date.
Memos of a Midnighter: Hope
H?Tinton's chums say Hope is
oof'lv fed up with Marlene. Die
Men's remarks about her age and
she may sue. .Billy Reed, the
I. at le Clubman, thinks Nancy Wil
Hams, air line hostess, is the pret
tiest girl in New York. Dates
only bachelors. .Sarah Vaughan's
new husband and her mgr. are
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trading fierce glares. Friends fear
they may reach the fist-fight stage
.Another don't invite team are
jazz critic John Tynan and musi
cian Gerry Mulligan. The latter
reportedly threatened violence if
they meet agaih...Billy Gwon, the
52nd Street chow-mein star, directs
the Chinese cuisine at the Vegas
and Havana Rivleras. .Ava
Gardner is due back about Dec.
7th. .Deejay Wm. B.. Williams
and Nan Whitney tabl'e-for-twoed
at Centura. .The Billy Roses are
sugary again, after a good cry. .
The Harold Hechts (of Hechi-Hill
and Lancaster) are unlatching. .A
wall-known glamour girl is talking
to her attorney because the son
of a famed singer got playful and
broke into her apt.
Cast of Characters: Jill Hough-
ham, the English girl in the
French revue, "La Plume de Ma
Tante, doesn't live in Manhattan
with the other girls in her show.
Commutes to Brooklyn where you
can breathe!". -Th new znd
Street strip star named Banana
Peel ...Publicist Gabe Sumner
strolling along West 44th Street
when a passerby collapsed in his
arms and died. .Rex Williarns
(he plays the bearded symphony
conductor in ''Once More. With
Feeling"), who owns the Edwar
dian Gentleman -3rd Avenue ami-
oue shop. .Composer Cole Port
er, who uses printed menus (at his
home) for dinner whether n naa
guests or dines alone.
Broadway, Stage Entrance,: Sygn
Lund of "Bells" has a beau who
owns a string of butcher stores.
His nightly gift is a steak, i .The
model appearing on the "For Love
Or Money" tv show this week Is
not Liz Taylor but her ex-stand-in
Phyllis Roberts. .Contest win winners
ners winners don't always wind up in H' H'-wood.
wood. H'-wood. The winner of the Anita
Ekberg look-alike contest now
models frocks in the garment cen center.
ter. center. .Terrific feuding between Ac Actors
tors Actors S'udio execs and directors
over Sean O'Casey's new play,
"Shadow of a Gunman." Walk Walkouts,
outs, Walkouts, etc... A duet by Mvoshu U U-meki
meki U-meki and Larry Blyden 'n ''Flow ''Flower
er ''Flower Drum Song" is the big show show-stopoer.
stopoer. show-stopoer. The song is VDon't Mar Marry
ry Marry Me". .Tempest Storm's spe specialty
cialty specialty at the Vegas Dunes Is re reported
ported reported the most sinful in town.
The nudes, says our observer,
"are 'he cleanest things in the
show!"
Show Biz Novelet: Frank Sina Sinatra
tra Sinatra sizzles when you men'ion Life
or Time. SHU angry cer the lat lat-ter's
ter's lat-ter's article on his alleged out
bur ts while making a f'm in the
mid-west. .Life has a big show showbiz
biz showbiz number coming at yeari end.
The," H ar- excUlne article writ'
'en bv Sinatra o" tha isse.buf
he n-efuseH permission after Time's
blast. .TVy sent n aopea-er n
reason with him ut he couldn't
be re"nriled. ."l ook." said a
ladv editor. "Josh Logan's s'ster
wnrk for'Tife. but she couldn't
get 'Suzie Wong' a good wrlteub
in Time! They are two sen'M'c
WV1 acrt iri!'S7!Ts!" ... ,""ou
don't ssv!" yelled Sintrs. "Just
c'l Jurt'on and vou "et
Time or U'e.. They don't have dif different
ferent different pon "umbers an tey
can't run my piece ?edtiouda ?edtiouda-here"
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Times Square Circle: Broadway
Irony: Bobby Morse gets star' bi billing
lling billing in "Say, Darling" this week.
During the Philly tryout he got
his; two iveek's notice, i' .Bob Tatt;
head of a model agency, weds as
top' Vogue mannikin Joan Romano
next month. .The Civil Service
Commission is looking for movie
producers, directors, writers, edi
tors. Thev oav uo to $9 890 oer
Vyear. .The Runyon Fund thanks
the Silvrliners" (former hostes
ses with Eastern) for their $200
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a week of opening nights last night
.r.neu Yee s, the enow-mein place
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...They saw Warners will announce
a bet of $2,000,000 for the quarter
ending Nov. 30th. Certain to con
found many financial exoerts. .Pa
ris gossip says that since Andre
Dubonnet has his freedom he will
marry lovely Elise Hunt. .Add
terrible feuds: Producer David
Merrick and JackJIylton over "La
Plume' the new French revue hit
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WASHINGTON A dirty-collar.
crowo' of hate peddlers recently
drifted 7 ifiio Louisville' Liberty
Hall, barred all outsiders from
thej third-floor meeting room and
staged hooting bollerin' Bate
revival.-1:" I'.'rf'
The bizarre affairs, was billed
as a "closed convention" of the
National States Rights Party, call
ed by Louisville chiroprator .- Dr.
fcdward Fields. He v brought, to together
gether together the nation's leading racial
agitators to unite in a common
crusade against minority groups.
This column' can' now report
what happened behind those clos closed
ed closed doors. '''J' .Xi:;.;';,
The hero of the motley crowd
was tall, scowling John Kasper
who, mentioned. He delivered the
main speech, opening up with a
snarling attacks on iKnoxville's
Judge Robert -Tavlor whn had
sentenced Jiim to fjai. after, he
intuea runs lniumon, lenn. :
''Hanging is too good for him!'
Kasper denounced the "Judge. "In
the old days, he would have been
hanged, ; then taken down and
drawn and quartered. And then
they would have hoisted him on
pikes above the city walls and la
the crows eat on him three or
four weeks." -
AGAINST VIOLENCE
Kasper next launched into 'a ti-
rade against the Jews who, he
charged, were behind dope rack
ets, corrupt labor unions, and
school integration. He claimed that
Jews control Congress, the Su-

preme uourt, and "Ike the Kike up their political activity orga orga-Eisenhower.
Eisenhower. orga-Eisenhower. nize every precinct and make
"When we knock' down ihe their mover, tut a powerful oolitl-

Jews, we won't have any more
KtfperPSwed 'Ure'
HTfrirexpIain.away His
in" New1 YffiraSi?1-
L?'!!01" J.
lage where he.once Ihrajv iirti-r-
racial parties and
dated Njgio
girls.
"I Used to ihil,k .11 our r,rh.
terns wo'hl oe solved if everv
r;.... ,,j .'i j i,
r.igger won-i kin a e ke. h v.
Pt,Jiial S
niiu mem in jtw
VnrV ni,t t 4i... t .r
York. But find that I overesti
mated ths nipper mind."
After omtssine this murderhiit
scheme,' Kasper blandly insisted
he was against violence.
l don.t believe in vinW
chiefly oeoause I don t think we
can win thit wav." hp i'i
"When we had our meeting in
Nashville last fall, we had a

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they were ready to go. jt i naa
said.' "Come fin, let's gd clean out
nigger town,. irtey'd hav gone.
It would nave Oeen on oi in
biggest mass murders i" history.
But we didn't do that. Wt just
wanted to do things the legal
way." -v;-' wvi ?
Kasper also paid his respect!
to Governors '-'Happy" Chandler
of Kentucky and Frank Clement
of Tennessee. 5
Happy Chandler and Frank Cle
ment are in a contest, he snort
ed, "to see which one tan outnig outnig-ger
ger outnig-ger the other one." :
. ANTI-CATHOLICISM
Later in the proceeding,! Kas Kasper
per Kasper introduced a New York asse asse-ciate,
ciate, asse-ciate, J. Dan Kurts, who began a
long harangue about this -being a
Christian country and the : Jews
ought to be kicked out. Then he
made a tactical error; he men mentioned
tioned mentioned that he was a Catholic.
Apparently ne didn't realize that
the anti-Jewish anti-Negro crowd
was also anti-catholic. For his
announcement was y greeted with
disapproving scowls and impatient
shuffling. x.
In the back of the room. Fields
gestured vigorously to Kasper to
make the old man sit 'down
But
Kurta talked on. .FuUllv- ICa.wiei'
handed him hig pipe. .The old man
took te Hint, clamped the pipe
"in hie overextended m uth. and
sadly took lis seat.
Kasper and Fields appealed to
the assembled agitators ,to step
cal" force.,
The? "ominated retired Adm.
Jhf tflt
i-8ihK Air
. Nitional St a te
Rights Party's candidate for pres-
ld(nt.
nf,.V
Aa n
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"s. ycijwiii! uumuiiT must! aim
7.3 j.. -m.ii.
lye the stiff-arm. heif-Hit-
. Cttliit
i'"L-s.aulej.
Note: The igroup ha adopted
the lightning-bolt insignia of the
defunct Columbians, a storm-troop.
er outfit that was broken up by
the : government in r d946. They
hive' formed a united front bring-,
ing under one banner the hate
movement's professional agitators
disgruntled disciples, and assorted
crackpots.
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owh these difficulties can; be
quickly overcome. 'V
VJt is obvious that the United
State wiH neither ignore nor be
unfriendly toward M organisation
or alliance that i pledged to the
defeat of a Communism and to the
creation of a stable ,.4mbcratie
Asian region."
The "Japanese' problem" re referred
ferred referred to by the paper, was one
of the primary reason for the
American coolness., ;

British Scientists
Studying Secrels
Of Ocean Depths
LISBON "- (UPI.0 While some
edentists have spent this interna international
tional international Geophysical r hurling
atellites into .space,, other dedi dedicated
cated dedicated men have' been sweating
out the I.G.Y. looking at the hot-
, torn of the deep blue sea.
What do they hope to. find
there? This is a question that the
men most concerned scientists
aboard the 1,000- ton 1 British
Royal Research Ship Discovery I
hestitate to answer directly;
''Any chance of, unearthing vast
new reserves of metals down
theref" a reporter asked M. N.
Hill, geologist .of Cambridge Uni University,
versity, University, who is; with the ship makt
ing a survey off the Portuguese
coast.
. "We art working in water much
to j deep for practicit purposes
like' that," Hill answered.
"(But one day; perhaps science
will be able to exploit such? under,
water jws?w the newsman per'
listed..-' '' '.
"I would; rather not go Into
Mt.t Hill !.

f f they Mtpect to find Jft Jostj

tuu ana nu men ran
dreamers. But they know that the
Azores are merely the tops of,
mighty underwater mountains,
and that the ocean bed of the
Atlantic Is studded with other
mountain chains,
"Wa hive fouiuf some that are

19.000 and 12,000 feet high,-" ffiUJ

said. "They are all deep nd well
below the surface.
Wa ivntarf anma hnnt 1?ft

n'omwest from Oporto that might
northwest, from Ooorto that might
have once formed part of a pro protruding
truding protruding land mass.'y

Of FBI's Reporting
System At Work
WASHINGTON" (UPI-A mejor
overhauling of the FBI's crime
reporting system is expected to
give a more accurate picture of
lawlessness In the .country, offi officials
cials officials said yesterday.
3 The FBI made publift yesterday
the complete report of a consult'
1 ant committee of experts hired a
years ago to improve the system
for gathering and assessing the
inationa's criminal statistic.
The FBI adopted all the 22
recommendations .in the report.
It u also carries the general en endorsement
dorsement endorsement fo the ; Committee on
Uniform Crime Records of the
International Assn. of Chiefs of
folice.'s;;-
, Unde the new system, the FBI
will turn out quarterly reports on
crime figures. These will be fol followed
lowed followed up by a comprehensive an annual
nual annual crime report.
Heretofore, the uniform crime
report wis issued every six
months.
The FBI said the more frequent
releases of crime .figures will not
only alert police to .crime trends
"buhjlse will keep the general
public informed of the crime pic picture."

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Korea was opposed to the Inclu Inclusion
sion Inclusion of Japan at the start. In tact,

one of the Korean reasons for pro

posing me orgamzauon was to

isolate Japan and arrest .her rt

surgence to Asian prominence

some Western observers .here

feel. "'i'::JvV::'3--';!W;7

Korea has changed her original

position '' considerably and now

would be willini to see Janan m-

oiuaea. : jsut uere stm is little
hope the proposal will ever see

the .UXhU of day. 1

.Other; countries approached be

sides the. United States have been

just as cool .as the Americans,
BQK sources say privately.
Even if rthe 'Asian nations
should go ahead, most observers

here believe that without the ac

tive participations of the United

States such an organization

would mean little. ;.

.They want out that such dollar-

short countries as these could do

little or nothing without direct

United States participation.'

'It would take more tnan the

mere blessing or tne umtea
States for the organization to be
effective," ana Western diplomat

said. J

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WASHINGTON fUPI) A teen

age babysitter 'was arraigned on

federal kidnaping charges yesier
day for taking a 10-month, old in

fant into nearby Maryland where

she had accepted another naDy

sitting job. Jl'
The woman, Mrs. Dolly v.
Zirk, 19, a former mental patient,
was ordered held for grand jury
action under $10,000 bond. :'
Mrs. Zirk, who was recently re released
leased released from St. Elizabeth's Men Mental
tal Mental Hospital here, is separated
from her husband, Newton Zirk,
who has custody of their own 10 10-month
month 10-month oloUdaughter.
The woman disappeared Satur Saturday
day Saturday from the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cyril DeLosh with their in

fant daughter.- Victoria Anne. She

had been hired to take care of

theJMby the day petore. : ;
After- ah Intensive 24 hour
search by police and the t FBI,
she was taken into custody by
FBI agents Sunday night in near-

bv Mt.. Rainier, Md., where she

was baby sitting for the 18 -month-

old .twin daughters of Mr, end
Mrs. Cy R. Burgess. f.
The DeLosh baby was : nn-

harmed and cprently well

cared for. Burgess told police the
woman claimed the infant was
her own.
Under thw law, it is a federal
crime to take an abducted per person
son person across i : state line. Convic Conviction
tion Conviction 'of .violating the law earries
with it a ma. mum senaltv f

death' if the victim is harmed

and the jury recomends such a
sentence. ,
...
Otherwise the maximum pen pen-alty
alty pen-alty is life imprisonment.
Mrs. DeLosh said Mrs. Zirk

tooka suitcase filled with the

baby's clothes when she, left the
DeLosh home Saturday., v."
Tnf afraid she -was using my
baby as a substitute for-i her
own," Mrs. DeLosh said. t.
Mrs. Zirk's husband,-who lives
in nearby Arlington, Va.. said she

often called to made arrange-.

ments to visit her own daughter

but never actually came to -see

her.

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UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR ENTERTAINS
THIS AFTERNOON FOR VISITING OFFICIALS
" In honor of Tisiting officials from Washington, D.C., the Unit Unit-ed
ed Unit-ed tates Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Flske Harrington will en en-tertaln
tertaln en-tertaln at a reception this afternoon at the Embassy residence in
La Cresta.

IAWC Cooking Class
Flans ''Snick Party"
" The cooking class of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club will be
entertained Saturday evening at
Panamanian "Snack Party at
the home of the club's president,
Mrs. Teresa B u r e 1 1, in Golf
Heights. The party is planned for
p,m.
A combo will provide music for
dancing, and othe entertainment
has been planned.
Tickets should be obtained be

fore Friday from Mrs. Gloria JEn-

dara, Panama 3-1500, or Mrs.

Edith Dean, Balboa 4362.

Balboa Woman's Club
Has Annual Brunch

The Fern Room of the Tivoli

Guest House will be the scene ot
the Balboa Woman's Club's an

nual brunch tomorrow morning at

9:30.
A Christmas program has been
arranged for the occasion.

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Judicata fttocana SUn Cream Helps Hoai Sore "Deterg HandsT

Mrs. Pst Cooper
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Mrs. Pal Cooper was hostess at

the recent meeting of the Gale, a
Women's Club.

Members who attended includ-

e' Mrs. Vicky Van Buskirk, Mrs

Lisa Wiley, Mrs. Glenda Darr.

Mrs. Blanche Eglington, Mrs. Eu-

la Beaumont, Mrs, Marion Wet Wet-co
co Wet-co t, M's. Pauline Stevenson, Mrs,

Ginny Stinson and Mrs. Warren

Drell.

CONTINUED ON FACE FIVE)
PRIEST GIVE TIP

LONDON (UPI)-The Rev. An

thony Reynolds, priest of a Rc

man Catholic church in southeast

London, tipped a horse named

Reynolds in his parish magazine

yesterday. He asked parishioners

who may win on the race at Not

tingham next Tuesday to give

Plot To Overthrow
Regime Is Smashed
-Bagdad Premeir
BAGHDAD. Iraa. Dec, a (UPI)

Premier Abdul Karim Xassein
announced yesterday his goverment
has smashed a plot to overthrow his

reeime.
The announcement, broadcast by
Baghdad radia, said the conspira conspirators,
tors, conspirators, who here not identified, were
"corrupt elements in league with
foreigners outside Iraq."
(In Cairo, the Ejjyotian semi-of
ficial Middle East News Agency
said "foreign quarters" believed to
be American were involved in the
plot.) '
The Kassem broadcast brought
demostrators in the main streets
of Baghdad to cheer the Premier
und call for death to the conspira conspirators.
tors. conspirators. Six. young men set a small table
in Tahrir (Liberation) Sauare to
collect signatures on a death ap appeal.
peal. appeal. The men said they were menv
bers o the United National Front
which is comoosed of pro-government
organizations. I

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IKE ATTENDS CHURCH
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
''en' and Mr. E'enhower braved

freezing westher Sunday to attend
service at the National Presbv-

part of the money to the church, terian Church.

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One of my principal pleasures

ina inp u ew x orK is tnat 1
get a cnance to talk to Lee Uazen
and listen to some of his rubber
bridge experience.
Lee was a little bitter about
today's band. His par.ner opened
the queen of spades in response
to Lee's spade overcall ana Lee

played third hand high. In other

words he pvertook his partner's
queen with his king.
This promptly set up South's
ace and jack as spade, tricks, but
they would have been tricks in
any event and if Lee had not
played his king on .West's queen
declarer would jimply have duck

ed and West would have been un

able to continue the suit.. In that
case South would have had all

the time in the world to establish'

dummy's diamonds and would
have made- four no-trump instead
of .going down two as actually

happened.

I asked Lee why he was bitter
about the hand. It seemed to me
that the two trick set should

have satisfied him.

"There was nothing wrong with
the result," he agreed. '.'Bfct ,do

you know that everyone' was so

busy discussing another hand

that even my partner wouldn't

say, 'Nice play!

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AT;oi?wno.;t,.

cfobs instead of two diamonds.
what do you do in this situation?

Answer Mob day

Juslice Depl. Ready
To Charge Gbldfine
Before Grand Jury

WASHINGTON, (UPI)-The Jus Justice
tice Justice Department was" reported to

day, ready to present us contempt
of Congress case against Boston
textile tycoon Bernard Goldfme
to a iederal grand jury this week.
It has been considering seeking
an indictment' against Goldfine
since last Aug. 13 when the House
voted to cite the New England in industrialist
dustrialist industrialist for' contempt.
It has been considering seeking

an indictment against uoiatine

since last Aug. 13 when the House
voted to icite the New: England inr
dustrialist for contempt
The House acted after Goldfine
refused to testify before its influ.

ence investigating subcommittee

about some large certified cash cashier's
ier's cashier's checks drawn b? his textile
firms.
The Goldfine investigation led to
the resignation last fall of Presi

dential 'assistant Sherman Adams.
Adams resigned following disclo

sures, that he had accepted gifts

ana ravors irom Goldfine.

The contempt case is exoected

to be put before' a grand jury
which already is sitting.
Transcripts of Goldfine's con congressional
gressional congressional testimony have been
studied for the past few months
by the Justice Department's crim

inal division.
Goldfine already in ennfrnnfori

in Boston ; withv a court order to

turn over financial records of five
of his textile firms for tnriv hv

internal'' revenue agents. He plan
ned to as& the U.S. Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals today to delay the drder.

LUCKY NUMBER.
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"i 8'uu urii
Leftus Tborne said yesterday he
played a hunch and used his old
army seriil number in two com
Ipetitioni based on attendance 1 ai
this year's,' London automobile
show. He won a "new car hntff

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NUNCIO DIIS

DUBLIN (UPI) The apostolic

nuncio to Ireland, tne most, Hey;

Albert Levame, died yesterday

following a long illness. He was T7

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- Joctal- and, ythertvi4e ;,

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t, Irmrt Cetten flames.
T Jeernellim fraternity

, 1 Ernest le Cotton of Cristobal
has been named a pledge oi

., Sisma Delia Colt national proles proles-aional
aional proles-aional journalism fraternity, rt at

-. North TexasState College.

A senior. Journalism t major, he

la the son of Mr. and Mrs, Ernest

L. Cotton of Cristobal and is i
graduate tof Cristobal High School,

Prty- Manor I

ii Missjrma Morales bride -elect

; w DrLurs Alberto vrer Barm

was guest of honor at e I party

' given ovner, sisier, tsaiss ; nuzia

Morales, ac me lanrny. residence
The-, honoreewesV presented nu

Menus- gifts 'from the guest?,
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InlerMeiidaV Coffee

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Tarfan Radio Wives yes- held, at

uie nome oitjars ary Minn,

Mrr. Prank Pauley '.wai welcom

ed as a new member. and birth

day rbasfeets were presented "to

Mrs.; Beverly Jackson andi Mrs

Auditers, keeuittaHtvr
Haiti Jln, Meetim 5:

Lt. Govof tbe Canal Zone John
. McEflierty -fw. speaker last
evening at a Joint dinner meeting
of the-i-Institute of Internal Aud Auditors
itors Auditors and FederaJ 'Government Ac-

The meeting1 -was jbeld in the

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In Ceremony Teniaht -r

Of social interest -this evening

will be the wedding ceremony a

Cristo Rey Church la which Mies

Rosa RaqueUVarela, daughter oJ

Mr. and Mrs. Jose Manuel Varela

will become the bride of Alberto

H.' Medus, son of Mrs. Luisa Dil

hurbide de Medtlfc f. 1 v-. ."

Mr. Medus is an attache at the

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Church of Christ :,
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Meetlnfs Nightly

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Subjects

Dec.iS Preach the Word

V Bible alike?

Dec 4 Can we understand the

Dec; S 'JBalvatlon is by faith
Dec. ;One BaptLpm.

Dec. 7 Morning The prophecy

oi tne estaonsnment oi

'the Church. Evening
. The mark of the New
...Testament Church.

Dec. 8.The r e t o r m a tlon and

; i csiui auou or tne

5. Church.

Dec.-. 9, what must I do with Je

I aus who is railed Christ?

No collections taken.

Mr. George J. Marshall

in i a. unci m. itiarsnaii

rDesim through this metlum to acknowledg tlncer tlncer-ly.th
ly.th tlncer-ly.th rnany expressions' of condolence, cablegrams,
cards4 artc! ffoweTs offered upon the recent death of

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NEW YORK UPI) -Doll faah faah-ions,
ions, faah-ions, like "people fashions, get

aaiea easuy, yr.-s.fj- .n .n-Take
Take .n-Take the chemise. It had

quick popularity," with.-us ? women

ind it lasted just, 'about as long
lth the dolls, sayi Elise Nolle,
i fashion designer, for the .Ideal

roy Corp. u, :.4--.f v&;-,i ih, ih,-.
. ih,-. Currently,' she said, the -wettr
dressed dell is wearirtf the m
pire ailheutte with raiteeV waist waistline
line waistline but in "less radical-1 frem.
than seme 'ef the empire
cfrewn faswiens," Mica Nettr

nreneunced knoll tee eiuaecti Wr

te in? lenner than the cemlse.

"Fashions for dollj definitely

follow fashiont for women,"-; the

said. "I, study Paris reports, read

Womet' Wear; a trade daily for
the garment inaustry,.. Harper's
and Vogue just as carefully now
as I did when I was designing
for people.' The minute. I see a

new -style I think of how I can
adapt it to doll."' -.

. Alias' none -ana ner ( bmocmic,

Mrs. Eva uebgoid. are responsi

hie for, the wardrcber dresseSl

coats f hats and other, accessories

for four million dous ideal makes

each yean The ompany'M -seam'
stresses produce H .million dress dresses
es dresses annually, ranging from a in.

sle dress Der doll to wardrobes

of SO costumes for a, "apecialty

item like the Revlon miss; who

comes with Marilyn Monroe

curves. An outfit win cost from

$1.50 to $250.0Q this latter sunt,

the price of a doll mink coat. With

doll thrown In, tne cost, ts J300,

"Hardest thing ebeut deslinine

fer dells Is tbinkinf .In 'mlnlat-.

ure." saie me designer m en m
tervlew.. "And dell's t proper.
tlena are different. Their Heeds

are larger, se that there 'has te.

Be e balance.: Beuffam" -skirts"

and petticoats are perennlelly
eed style,." ;
Miss Nolte, a woman in her
late ; 40's, was born in Brooklyn
and studied design at the Pratt
Institute. She worked in dress-

making; departments -'for some -of

ew -i ore. s. .tasnioeanie.. snops,
war wiin 'Simplicity Patterns for

to yrs, pa aiso taugnt pattern

;, She jomecT; Ideal' ni years agol

"Oeciuse j : got raaa bearing peo people
ple people lay that ihosewhoveaa teach,

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and DtaerwBt" e delhreted
by hait' te, the office. Netleae -MatiefA
aaft ,'he 'aeteptedj h ;
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Plane CtMembet Meeting "'
. The only meeting this month

of the. Charity Card Group of the

BaiDoai woman uun wiu oe neia
Thursday at. 12r"30' p.m. at the

Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.
.' Hostesses foe -dessert and cards
willbe, Mr s. -Gertrude Smouse, Pa-
t tut. Urt u.l nr

Mini. .fl-VTHWltl JffaW&AflU i,FMi-
neft' Balboa 58:-' and Mrs. Mane

WetMl,Panama 3-6605. Reserva

tions- should,, b made with one of

ine, no5Ceses.vroreJ noon tomor
ro. .-:..-t
Nttm&metir ffeeW'

. The Tegulac monthlr meeting of

mef lstpmtan-vNumlsmaue society,
PafcifitrfSid. iwiU held' this

eveningi't 73s at the Balboa tlSO-

JWB. vAnyoneonterested la tre

study of coins and watr nonev

is juvtteo, 4ovattenao
Betmey CluV v

tern J.nfi a4iv j ? wnn uuj

uuoi wui'ave a regular meeting

una ryeumc i.iiiju t uia rarai'

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InvnA rjfnncf;U 1 ' Halfback Oise Jeckey
JOyne Mansfield -j-Baltimore, Md.MUPi)
' 1 i. Lenny Moore. star Baltimore

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Not Shakespeare
w.NSNiee' fWI)-ayne
Mansfield doesn't know very
much about Shakespeare. Mos'
cow Radio said yesterday, t
'Moscow broadcast t.hi. .V-

it Polish listeners?' w

mlNrnown f. American
ftlra star jayne Mansfield ex.
nlatas i the secret of her popular.
!ty. nt for example a Journalist
ask "fA te. Othelo I an an-wer
wer an-wer without hsiftin

2mi pr Elsenhower. The Journal Journalist,
ist, Journalist, immediately publishes a
oage-lpngr article. Obviously If r
told the truth, that it is Dlck-

we enrcs would be nil1

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HOLLVW'OOD" (NEA) Exdu-

ivtly Your : Lan T u r a a r's
made-In-EngUnd movie, "Another,
Time, Another Place," which Par Paramount
amount Paramount rushed into release last
spring, while she wi Miss Front
Page Lady, was a financial flop,
But 'Lana, who lost plenty on
the picture doesn't believe it was
because of hehadlines.
. "Paramount rushed the. film in?
to theaters so quick no one knew
it was playing," she toJd me. "It
was something I wouldn't have

done if I bad anything to say a-

bout it. It was the wrong time,
and ths wrons nlaee."

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Olympia McConnell
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Richard .Sullivan
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George Trimple
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Mrs. James Hern Hern-Valeria
Valeria Hern-Valeria Feely
Ralph Holder
Mariela Correa
Lilia Coronado

tragic memories.
After 11 weeks' work with only

two days off in the UI remake of

"Imitation of Life," she has reac
tivated her own film, company

She's lookmc for a story in which

she can appear or one she can

nroduce without her "nn I'll at

least have something working for
me."
j "Imitation of Life," she believes
is a worthwhile follOwup for her

performance in "Peyton Place.
It's heavy drama with Lant play-

ing an actress. But with K high high-style
style high-style wardrobe changes. she's

able to smile: :

"while' the drama is goihg bn
I've never looked like this In my
life.." f 4. ,.vr ..C.:iF

Cockeyed -note: Joanne i Wobd-

wSrd being named No. 1 star- of
tomorrow on the lsth annual poll

of exhibitort, With ? an Oscar i i at

home, Joanne is a star of tomor tomor-row?rt.Ther's
row?rt.Ther's tomor-row?rt.Ther's "talk of Burt Ive'
nine year-old son playing Burl's
grandson in the film version of

MacKinley Kantor's "The Sea

Robin." Sounds like one of those

I'm-my-own grandma complica complications'
tions' complications' Dorothy Shay sings about:

But it's an even neater trick for

Van Johnson. He'll play a dual
role father and SON In a new

British picture.

Nope, Gary Cooper still hasn't

seen the Rock Hudson Jennifer

Jones remake of "A Farewell to
Arms," his 1932 co-Starrer with

Helen Hayes. -"And
I don't think I will."' he

told me. "I heard about it and I

don't approve of what I've been
told was real bad taste and out out-and
and out-and out sensationalisms' There's

no need to puiiuch things on the
screen. The film 'From, Here to
Eternity.' should be an example

for all movie producers. The book

onenoea a lot of the people nut

the movie didn't. It was proof

that you don't have to- get dirty

on the screen." n'

Cleveland Browns
Dovn Ecglos 21-24
To Clinch Tie

.NEW YORK, Dec. (UPI)
The CleVelahd Browns clinched st
least a tie for the National Foot Foot-BALL
BALL Foot-BALL League's eastern division
title Sunday by defeating vthe Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia Eagles, 21-14.
The New York Giants remain remained
ed remained a game behind' the Browns by

rallying to edge the Detroit Lions,
19-17. Linebacker Harland Svare

blocked Jim Martin's 25-yard field

goat attempt with slightly more
than a minute to play, keening

the Giants in front and setting up

a snowaown witn the Browns at

Yankee Stadium next Sunday,

Cleveland can win the title by

winning' or Dy tying tne Giants

rhe Giants can force a Dec. 21

playoff game at New York by de
feating the Browns in the regul
ar season windup next Sunday
The Eastern Champion will enter

tain the Baltimore Colts, Western

Division winners, in the N. F. U

tittle game Dec. 28. The Colts,; who

clinched their crown a week a 20.

aroppea a 30-Z8 decision to the

Hams Saturday at Los Angeles.
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The Pittsburgn Steelers, who

started Sunday's game with S
slim chance to tie for the. -.east

ern uue, Dowea out or me nace
when thev olaved a 14-14 ti with

me Washington Redskuis wh

ueveiana won;

The Chicago Bears, converting

oreaxs into loucnaowns in 13-de

gree weather, scored a 30-H tri

umph over the Chicaao Cardl

nals. The Bears collected all their

points in the first 30 minutes and

vmy uuc w me iconng piays,

w yari pass from Ed Brown 1o

Kocxy Kyan which set ud Brown'i

one-yard touchdown chine mhIH

De creaiiea to mt near offense.

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The San Francisco' Fortv Win;

era turned three pass interceptions

mm iwcnaowns in tpe first six
minutes of play- and .then went on
to massacre the Green Day 'Pick 'Pickers
ers 'Pickers 48-21.

. Sammy Davis Jr. is navina

back an old debt. Four years ago

at tne san Bernardino;;; Calif.,
Community Hospital he was patch patched
ed patched up so well through surgery,

after he lost an eve in an auto

accident, that he was. able to

make a show business comeback

On Nov. 15 Sammy's staging an
all-star show as a benefit for the
hospital where Dr. Frederick H,

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British TV hit parade one of
the reasons young and handsome
English actor Roger Moore land landed
ed landed a big rolo in the Warner mov movie.
ie. movie. "The Miracle." He Tilavs the

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Not in the script: "Lower your

voice, DaDy, uirector Billy wild

er told Marilyn Monroe for a
scene in "Some Like It Hot." Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn did and Wilder beamed,
"Fine, baby, rtow you sound like

George Arliss.'

This is HollvwnAd. Mr .lnn

Jerry Lewis lugged his golf clubs
U the U.S. nival station at Ldng
lCh ta sharpen up his gsme
between scenes of "Don't Give
Up the Ship"v and the Navy

is still tslkirtg -about j it. There
ws no driving range s near; by,
so Jerry hammered tees into a
Navy dock and drove 30 brand brand-new
new brand-new golf balls into the ocean.

Sov they're suttinc mv name, a-

long with those of live other news newsmen,
men, newsmen, oh' tombstones supposedly

containing the "brave remains of

U.S. cavalrymen killed in battle"
for a scene in "They Cssie to
(Cordura" With producer Wll Wll-lism
lism Wll-lism Goetx zcommentinl: "T h i s
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Television columnist Marie' Torre
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the federal judge who sentenced
her on criminal contempt of
court conviction "Suspends the sen-
tenroH her fin a mminal rnntetnut

of court -conviction suspends Hie
sentence.
The U.S. Supreme Court yester yester-iday
iday yester-iday refused to review the convic convic-tiort.
tiort. convic-tiort. Miss Torre was Sentenced

Nov. 12, 1857, Dy jeaerai juage
Sylvester J. Ryan, who found her
guilty of contempt for refusing
to divulge the source of a story
she. wrote about Judy Garland.

' WASHINGTON iW (UPIJ-

former President Truman, self-

styled "old na -Men and reared
farmer, said yesterday .President

Eisenhower naq been mid at jum
since 1952 'and he doesn't "give a

damn.".. ..

But 'Truman sweetened his well-

known vitriol with a pinch of iu-

ar. : t'

The jovial joshing former presi

dent told the National Press Club
he "raised hell" with Eisenhower

during the 19S2 presidential cam campaign
paign campaign because the GOP candidate
''didn't knock Bill Jenner off the

platform for calling Gen. Marshall

a traitor.'; j
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sinceJVTruman chuckled. "And I

don't give a damn.!'

, Miss Torre,
pears in the
Tribune, had.
high court's
editor of the
ed he would
until be had
with counsel.

whose column ap ap-New
New ap-New York Herald
no comment on ..the
action. Ogden Reid,
newspaper., indicat-
bave no comment
discussed the case

The Herald Tribune supported
Miss Torre's appeal of the lower
court Ming, in which she said
the ;Supreme Court decision would
have 'Ian' immediate 'effect on the
willingness of 'news sources,., to
transmit news in confidence tp re reporters
porters reporters and hews media."

Miss Torre has been free in her
jown custody. It was understood
j that a date will be set. for. her
I surrender within three weeks,
iwhen official' word of yesterday's
'decision is received in the U.S.
I Court House ill New York.

Red China, llorih
Korea Ape Soviet
Designs On Berlin
TOKYC (UPI) Com munist chl

na and North Korea aped Soviet

aesigns on Benin yesterday and
demanded withdrawal of U.S.
forces from South Korea. and

"peaceful unification" of the di
vided country.

A joint communique signed in
Peiping by Premie? Chou En- lai

and visiting North Korea Pre Premier
mier Premier Kim 11 Sung said the neoDle

of Korea must be united "without
external interference" by t h e

United States and other U.N. na nations
tions nations with troops in the Republic

oi ivora,
The communion?. hriwlrnQt hv

Radio PeiDine. acrusrvl th UnitAH

States of "blocking the peacueful

unuica ion of, Korea and ''de ''demanded
manded ''demanded that th U.S. and nlhor

U.N. member nati6ns' troops be

wimarawn. ...... ;
The Communists have made
much of their announced with.

drawal of Chinese "volunteer"

troop, from North Korea nd
Russia has supported their fre fre-auent
auent fre-auent demand for uri'hHrswat nf

American forces. tbe'iUntted

btates nas rejected the demands.

iwim and other North Korean of officials
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trians. pedestrians.

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James C. Hijerty-laughed andj
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statement. But he said in. answer
to a question that' Eisenhower had
invited Truman to th White
House on at least two occasions.
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pany accompany the President and Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower to the dedication of the
new tombs of the unknown dead
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Truman referred to Ei'senhoW Ei'senhoW-er's
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liam William E. Jenner (R ind.) : who
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that George C. Marshall, former
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of staff, was-"eager to play1 the
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'j ; Tuesday, December i.
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Tackle Cerveza

Kings Defeat Marlboro
For 2nd Straight Win

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That ancient baseball saw, "after the error,
comes the hit," came back to haunt the front-running
Marlboro Smokers today as they'went over flfe
post mortems of their 5-4 loss to the Kings last night.
Tonight the arta Vieja Yankees, who are now
in a second-place tie with the Kings and one game
behind the Smokers, play the Cenfeza-Bajboa Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men who trail by two games. The Mikees are well well-rested
rested well-rested after a three-day layoff.

The game could develop Into a
battle of southpaws with the
Yankees' Bill Prout, (1-0), op op-nosing
nosing op-nosing Pat Scantlebury, (0-1).
Prbut was the winning hurler
In the Yanks' 7-2 win over Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa Dec. 1. and Scan Scan-tlebury
tlebury Scan-tlebury lost to the Smokers 5-1
DLast night Ellas Osorlo's two two-run
run two-run plnchhlt single In the bot bottom
tom bottom of the sixth inning broke a
3-3 tie and gave righthander
Dick Donnelly his first win a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst no defeats.
A large crowd estimated at
8 000 and swelled by, thousands
of ladles who were free Mothers
Day guests off the Panama Pro
League, watched' the contest
The paid attendance was 3,748.
. The game got underway after
Mrs, Eugenia Salas, a mother of
13 children, threw out he first
pitch from the mound.
Four of Mrs. Salas' offspring
have been ball players, the most
prominent being Blenvenldo Sa Salas
las Salas a former utility inflelder
with the Chesterfield Smokers
(now Marlboro).
Kings catcher Les Peden made
Mrs. Salag a present of the ball
after the matron fired it to him
as he squatted halfway between
the hill and the plate.
Mamavila Osorio took over
after his cousin Elias put the
Kings out In front 5-3 and gave
up four hits and one run, over
the last three frames.
Donnelly struck out six and
walked three.
Losing pitcher Humberto
Robinson, who went the dis distance,
tance, distance, was the victim of five
unearned runs as he dropped
his seeond decision to make
his record even. f '"
Robby permitted seven, safe safeties,
ties, safeties, one of them a three-run
homer to Ken Hunt after Hum Humberto
berto Humberto himself erred In a putout
attempt which would have retir retired
ed retired the side in the bottom of the
third
Another damaging blow, a sin-
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THE STEEL

Baltiolf

gle by Elias.came in the' sixth
after third baseman Bobby Pres
cott's throw pulled Bill Gabler
off the bar and Granny Glad
stone, who woflldJiave been the
third out in the .sixth, was sale.
In the lower, half of the third
with the game still scoreless,
Donnelly led off and drew a free
pass, which was Robinson's only
base on balls for the night.
Frank Austin' struck out and
Pumpsle Greert filed to, center
for the second outi'f?
. But Gail Henley was safe when
he hit a roller toward first which
Gabler fielded and threw to
Robinson covering the sack.
Humberto did not hold onto the
ball.
Hunt's Ions; drive over the
left field fence followed to put
the Kings out in front 3-0.
George Altman's smash over
the right field fence in the top
of the fourth made the score 3-1,
and singles by Marcos Cobos and
Manlto Bernard ahd a double by
Gabler In the sixth produced two
more Smoker markers to dead deadlock
lock deadlock the contest 3-3.
In the second half of the sixth
Robinson forced Les Peden to fly
to right and fanned Carlos He Heron
ron Heron for the second out.
Gladstone then hit a roller to.
ward third that Prescott fielded
with some difficulty, but his
throw was short and as Gabler
stretched for the ball his foot
left the bag and the runner was
safe.
Owen Friend's line single sent
Gladstone to third and Friend
stole second to put both runners
in scoring position with Ellas at
the plate batting for Donnelly.
. Elias' solid line single to center
brought two runs across the
plate before Austin was retired
on a roller to third and the
count was 5-3.
The Smoker, went out after
making a bold bid to tie up the
game in the ninth.
Hank Mitchell led off with a
single to right and Oliver Hardy,
batting for Robinson, filed to
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Tainted .Victory

LAST NIGHT'S GAME
Marlboro ,'AkRH'Po
Napoleon, rf 5 0 13
Brathwaite, 2b .. 5
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
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Altman, rf .
5
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-3
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Prescott, 3b
Cobos, c .
Bernard, 38 .
Gabler, lb
Mitchell, cf
Robinson, p
Mitchell ...
0 0
Totals
Hardy filed
In 9th.
37 4 10 24 7
out, for Robinson
Kings
Austin, lb
4
Green, ss .
Henley,' cf .
Hunt, If
Peden. c .
4-:
I
;.4'
3
, 1
1
0
Heron, 3b .
Gladstone, rf
Friend, 2b
Donnelly, p
Osorio, E.
Osorld, A., p
Totals
33 5 .7 27 8
' E. Osorio singled fo!r Donnelly
in 8th; w ;';
Score By Innlngt
Marlboro : 0001020014 10 2
Kings 003 002 00x5 7 0
SUMMARY 1 Errors:; "Robin "Robinson,
son, "Robinson, Prescott. Runs batted In:
Hunt 3, Altman 2, Gabler 2, E.
Osorio 2. Earned runs: Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro 4. Two base hits: Cobos, Gab Gabler.
ler. Gabler. Home runs: Hunt, Altman.
Stolen base: Green, Friend.
Struck out by: Donnelly 6, A.
Osorio 2. Robinson 9. Bases on
balls off: Donnelly 3, Robinson
1. Left on base: Kings 4, Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro 8. Pitchers record: Donnelly 3
runs, 6 hits In 6 Innings. Win-:
ning pitcher: Donnelly 1-0. Los Los-ine
ine Los-ine pitcher: Robinson 2-2. Um Umpires
pires Umpires : Hilzinger;' Williams, Hinds.
Attendanr: 3,748? Time of
game: 2:22.
right for the first out.
Eddie Napoleon, who had.
gone hitless in four previous
trips, singled to center sending
Mitchell to second. Alonso
Brathwaite filed to left for the
second out and Altman's single
to right scored Mitchell and
moved Napoleon to second.
With the potential lead run oh
first, however, Prescott popped"
to Green at short to end the
game.
Although the Kings' -victory
was tainted, praise was given
them lor being' able to effective
ly capitalize on the opposition's
mistakes.
At the same time sympathy
was expressed for the Smokers,
especially Robinson, who with
better breaks could have been
the winning pitcher With a 4-P
shutout to his credit.
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By VICTOR M. CAREW
Cerveza Balboa's Winston
Brown gave up first inning hom homers
ers homers to Gail Henley and Carlos
Heron, In both cases with a runT
ner on base as a result of a walk,
and was charged' with his (first
loss of .the season' In the game
played on Sunday with the
Kings. The Kings' Dick Leubke,
on the other hand, utilized his
change-ups In an admirable
fashion and kpt the Balboa
sluggers off balance an dpracti.
cally Impotent.
In the sixth frame when Rel-
naldo Gwnald claimed he was
hit by one of Ltiebke's pitches,
Umpire Willie Hinds disagreed,
the bruised portion of his arm,
although Grenald showed him
the bruised portion of his arm,
right above the elbow. We made
a personal check of Grenald's
arm after the gme in the dress dressing
ing dressing room and the bruise was
clearly visible. Why didn't Wil Willie
lie Willie do what would have been cor correct
rect correct and revAse his call?
oOo
It is not our Intention to ride
the umpire .for every error
they might commit, but we be believe
lieve believe cases like Grenald's are
too simple to be messed up.
After seeing the mark on
Grenald's arm, Hinds should
have immediately rev ersed
himself, unless he figured the
bruise came about from some
source other than from Lueb Lueb-ke's
ke's Lueb-ke's pitch, which we are almost
sure is not the ease.
In the fourth game of the 1957
World Series between the New
York Yankees and the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves, umpire Angle Dona Dona-telll
telll Dona-telll of the National League, be behind
hind behind the plate, called Yankee
hurler Tommy Byrnes' first pitch
In the tenth Inning to Nippy
Jones a ball. Jones claimed he
was hit with the ball and when
he showed Donatelll a stain of
shoe polish on the ball the urn urn-Dire
Dire urn-Dire immediately reversed him
self and Jones was sent to first
base. The point is that Umpire
Donatelll, convinced that he had
made an error, was not above re reversing
versing reversing his decision.
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Brewings
Brewer manager Lon Kelt Kelt-man
man Kelt-man is beginning to worry. The
fellow Is supposed to have a
power-laden lineup but the pow power
er power has been harnessed by oppos opposing
ing opposing pitchers since the first two
games. In the clutches- the big
guns, fail to explode.. .An indi indication
cation indication that there Is power in this
lineup is the fact that the op opposing
posing opposing pitchers are using a great
deal of slow pitches against
them. Very seldom is the fast
ball used. ;
' oOo. iv ',
Reginald Grenald 'and Nat
Peeples continue to be almost
automatic outs for the opposi-.
tion. At this moment they are
the only two outfielders in the
league who are not doing any anything
thing anything at ,the plate. Seems as
if manager Kellman la going
to have as much trouble with
what is supposed to be a strong
team as he has had with v
teams that were known to be
weak but with which he has
won on three different occa occasions.
sions. occasions. '
The only consoling feature in
the loss suffered by Cerveza Bal.
boa. is the very creditable five five-inning
inning five-inning relief stint by George Ma
randa. The stooky righthander,
entered the game in the third
frame and pitched five scoreless
Innings. .
oOo
In last night's thriller the
Kings' Dick Donnelly and Alber Alberto
to Alberto Osorio teamed up to hand the
front-running Marlboro a 5-to-4
defeat. Humberto Robinson
pitched good ball in losing, al allowing
lowing allowing seven baseblows.
oOo
When southpaw-hitting Elias
Osorio came up to hit for the
pitcher In the sixth frame with
the score .tied at three runs a a-piece,
piece, a-piece, many fans thought that
he should have been put on base
and then work on Frank Austin
who Is a righthander. As It
turned out, Ellas' single through
the middle of the diamond prov proved
ed proved to be the key play of the con contest.
test. contest. J
oOo
Most of the pitchers are fat fattening
tening fattening their strikeout records at
the expense of the King's second
sacker. Owen Friend. Frank Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, veteran shortstop of the ex ex-Chesterfield
Chesterfield ex-Chesterfield club, after a long
layoff of almost two years, has
been given a break by manager
Les Peden to stage a comeback.
Both Lew Hilzinger behind the
Dlate and Willie Hinds on the
bases were erratic. Hinds, on the
Interference play by Alonso
Brathwaite on Pumpsle Green
at second base, again failed to
show his knowledge of the rules
of the game. From all aDpear aDpear-ances
ances aDpear-ances Alonso did obstruct, Pump
sie. The president of the league
should let these umpires know of
the fair job they have done "so.
far and urge them to improve.
Bot You Don't RomemboV
BROOKLYN (UPI) -- Cookie
Lavagetto, who achieved baseball
fame when his ninth inning
pinch-hit double for the Dodgers
spoiled a non hitter by iu sev sevens
ens sevens of the Yankees in the fifth
game of the 1947 World Series,
struck out the next day when he
pinch-hit in the ninth inning of
the sixth game.
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Members of the Brasos
Brook Country Club have un until
til until this coming Sunday evening
in' order to qualify for; the
match play rounds for the
1958 club championship. -,.
Anibal Galindo Is defending
: his title which he has held for
. five successive years, but there
at-e several In this year's field
who are capable of dethroning
:CMm.!' V-.S-', - a.., .,'.

Vi Play Is off scratch and the
fifteen lowest gross scorers to together
gether together with Galindo will enter
the first round which, has to
1. 1-1 M M M
21. Galindo A,u t o m a tically
qualifies for the first round as
be is the defending champion.
' Players mpsfr signify their in intention
tention intention of qualifying by plac placing
ing placing their names on the bulle bulletin
tin bulletin board before going to the
frst tee. All cards must be
marked "Club Championship"
and bear the signature 'of the
seorer as well as another play play-;er.
;er. play-;er. -v; --.V;j.,:v" ..
. Prizes will be awarded to the
champion, the, runner-up and
the defeated semi-finalist.
Tris
HUBBARD, Texas, Dec. 9
(UPI) Tris Speaker, generally
regarded as the finest defensive
outfielder who ever lived died of
a heart attack last night only a
pop fly away from the soot where
he played his first baseball game
as a barefooted youngster.
Speaker, 70, died whispering his
own name, apparently uncertain
that those who tried to, help him
knew his identity.
The Hall of Fame outfielder.
who compiled a lifetime batting
average of .345 in 22 reasons,
mostly with the Boston Red Pcx
and Cleveland Indians, had just
finished a day s fishing with a
friend, Charley Vauehan, at near
by Lake Whitney when the end
came.
The two men were hooking the
boat and trawler to their, car
when speaker suddenly slumped
over, vaughan and rother fisber
men picked up the former big
league star and lifted, him Into
the back seat of the csr.
Dr. H. P. Sammons another
friend, said baseball's famed
"Gray Eagle" opened his eyes
and whispered:
"My name is Tris. Speaker.'
Those were the last words
spoken by the matt, who along
with Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb,
Was ranked as pari of baseball's
all-time "dream, outfield.'
" Speaker's body promptly yas
brought here where he ,was born
and where he first pitched for his
grammar school team. He is sur survived
vived survived by his wife, Frances, and
two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Scott of
Hubbard and Mrs. Alma Speaker
Kings Hold Court
: SUNDAY'S GAME
Cerveza Balboa Ab R H
Peeples, rf 4 1 :
Osorio, P., lb . 5
Shetron, cf . 4
Lopez, 2b 4
Parrls, 3b
Gonder c .
Grenald, If .
Moore, ss .
Brown, p .
Page, p
Chares 1
Maranda,p .... 1
Kellman . .1
'Totals
Chartes lined out for Page
3rd.
Kellman fanned for Maranda
in 9th.
Kings
Austinlb S
Green, ss 2
Henley, cf .
Hunt, If .
Peden, c .
Heron, 3b .
Gladstone, rf
Friend, 2b .
Luebke, p .
Totals
' score bv innings )Ais
Cer. Balboa 021 000 0003 1
Kings 4OO0OO00x4 7 4
: SUMMARY ?rrors:, Friend
t. Heron: Hunt: Paee: Runs bat
ted in: Henley 2. Heronv 2, Parrift.
Earned runs: Kings 4. Cerveza
Balboa 1. Two base hits: Glad Gladstone.
stone. Gladstone. Hunt. Home runs: Hen Henley,
ley, Henley, Heron, Parrls. stolen base!
Peeples. Sacrifice hits:. Gonder.
Struck out by: Page 1, Maranda
6, Luebke 5. Base on balls off!
Brown 2, Page 3, .Marartda 1,
Luebke 2. Left on base: .CerVeza
Balbon 9," Kings 8. Pitchers rec record:
ord: record: Brown 4 runs, 2. hits in 2J
innings.; .Winning pitcher : Lueb Lueb-ke
ke Lueb-ke (2-1). Losing pitcher: Brown
(1-1). Umpires: Hinds, Matheny,
Corrigan. Attendance: 2,924

Speaker

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Teams
Marlboro
Carta
Cervexa, Balboa- 1
,Totalg-,A.3-.3v 4.

At Olympic. Stadium:, Carta Vi.Ja (Proyf i'4fa

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LAST NIQHT'5 RESULT :
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- At Olympic Stadium: Kings- S, Mirlbere
' SUNDAY'S HESULT i f

At Olympic Stadium: K'mgt 4,

Allanlic TvI-Loop
Drops Merger Idea;
To Meef TohigW
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Atlantic Twilight, Baseball
League in a. meeting held at Mir-
ganta.last week decided to drop
the idea of a merger ynth the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Twilight League and "voted
to go ahead with plans for the
23rd consecutive Atlantic baseball
loop, the oldest league on the C
nal Zone.: .VV:.
, Powells, the oldest member o:
the, league was the first to enter
its franchise for the 1959 season.
Cristobal High School, under the
management of their new coach,
Dave Ingram, will again, particip.
ate. . :- J, .-i v;,;-
Luke Palumbo will return to the
Athletic wars, talking over the
Alumni team' that was ha died last
yeair by Bill Hughes. A fourth
team, as yet unnamed and with without
out without a SDonsor. will' be under the
management of Bill Bel slugging
nine. . V'',A'",?,;
With the league now definitely
set up as a four team unit, the
third meetine of th -vear will h
held at the MIrgarita service
center tonight at 7, 1
League meetings are opeb to
the public indo:-'juggetions''Mi
ways and means- of infbrovin
the league are wp Icome. i,
Combinkt
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Football
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John Brodie, quarterback iorthe
San Francisco Forty-Ninersj is
such- a good golfer, that he mav
join ; the touringjro after the
1958 National" Football Lea mi
season. .... ,i i, i :
Lunsey of Abilihe' Tert. Burial, will
be held here in his hometwnn.
where he always coulA enme hark
to 4 fish following each baseball
season.

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Favorites In the current tennis tennis-tournament
tournament tennis-tournament being conducted tC
thd Olympic court won their r
matches Sunday and moved up to , u
the quarter finals or the tourney.y- r
G, Obarrio, who bas displayed
great form in early workouts, was
himself against the stubborn E.mKn

wamirez, wno auro piaysa a nut
game. Ramirez fought strongly, ir,
before he was defeated -4, -3.. 'c
Oreslin Guardia, the smooth, and ,
up andy coming youngster who
many a .day makes life reaVbard ...
for. rivals, earned the Jay's, big big-gest
gest big-gest ovation lwhei n .out-playe4 .,t
Michael Levisn. -i boy who car -ried
a high rating, into the toursi,
ament. It. was another big. day- -tor
Guardia. who won 6-4, 6-2. :
The i matcl hsti held,; the fans
in anxiety featured veteran; Ju-,
liot PiniUSj the former tibhal
champion: and: Clarence IShe, gtai
bid master from Paraiso-tBrouncedij
his older rivl;6-0 6-L S,,
Two .. Gold Coast, H un 11 e y
Dunn and Carl Benjamin, tangled .
in the- JvAj: encounter of the, day-
that :we4tlue wireAbd tlie
reason lop this was early4 discus-
sion; between the two as to which
was ttei better -plsye the- strug--
gle wasterrifictsvcOuld, be jufgv;
ed fromj,thesc.or,es ot this first-,
two sets' Dun. emerged- victorious
64, tW.,V. ;m
Alberto Liney, ? wlio ,irejEesett(s
the Atlantic Side lsPi; moved up--.,-the
quarter finals by virtue of.. ,,,
taking his match 'oyer ,t. Bawn -6-0;
6-1; He if slated to Weeb his
team-mate ffifunn .this Thursday
afternoon. .
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: THE PANAMA AMERICA 'Aft INSITCNUKVr DART !iTWSf APEB
pagc nm
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Cndf Rarisom tournament At Rdhatrig Attracts W4 Golfers
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Voldes And Chandeck Shoot

'67's To Win Medal 'Aards
. In Men's Handicap, Flights
The enrtaiit epened Sunday night On the 1959 G. A. Reynolds
"King RanMmHoBse of Lords" golf tourney at the Panama Golf
Club with the largest cast ever assembled for the event No less
than 104 members of the Panama Golf Clnb sought qualification
fen this annual cnonsorshin b Jack RMr and Abbe, Sanger of
nitrihnA'nra Allanca. 8.A local tflstribntors of the interna

tional! famous Kinrs Hanson anu "House of Lords" Whiskies.

Without doubt' ? the a a nlu a 1

."King's Ransom"- tourney has

reached a neigm or popuunu
seldom attained by.' anr local got
club. This qualification effort o;
104 golfers, while ; exceeding hy
far die M who -endeavored to
qualify for the 1957 "House of
Lords", tourney, does not include
mnra:thh ft npw memhers Of

Se' Panama Golf Club who have
not yet established handicaps.

ana wno are not cugioie wt quali qualification.
fication. qualification.
Hector (ReyV Valdes, popular

head of the Panama FBI, out-

scored everyone else m tne cnam-

pionship flight witn a spiencua
38-36-72 for a net of 67 to take the

11 medalist award in this flight, .His
II nearest compentor was M. A. de
IiJanon, who shot a splendid 68 to

ltsi fj- 4... -a. Mit ,- Ha sm thi

UB JUBb fJIItJ UU1IU Ull. m ur v m

award. De Janon shot i fine 39-40

gross. i i
In the men's second "flight, ere

earious Luis Chandeck copped

the pewter medal by shooting a

taws' 38-42 for 80.: and ;a net of 67.

The clow players to Luis were

Colonel Bob Drum. Stan: Fldan-

que and John .rWestman. 7 all of

whom shot net 69's.

As previously predicted. the

high qualifying score in the first
flight (handicaps of from ft to Jl,
cli'ive was reduced from 78 to

3. Tfiryfirie caliher of golf May May-le
le May-le innhe oualifving rounds show

s'! "31 golfers who shot net scores
of 75 w less. 'y r

There were seven (rolfers who
ihot net 7fi's. and these names

were placed in -a hat and one
name drawn to make un the 32nd

"try 'jn the fchamnionshio fliht.
The name drawn w tht, of'Rol of'Rol-W
W of'Rol-W Glfiichmah, of the Fuerza y
Lii clan.

Theft "fortunate 32 golfers who

shot W? or les. from the grani'
(otal fit over SO who endeavored

Qualify for the chamnfonshm

flight; "are listed Mow with their

net scores: Rey Vlde 67, -lnry

"a j-i. r- .fanuif wo, iM-ji n'ley
P. T.nl Araneo 7fl: i J '' VulUi-inn,

Jr. 7r w. -jj-iwiifatrt;. Rnhnfto

Torre-71. Wnr, Le Bmn 71, An An-rlio
rlio An-rlio 'Hri 71. Frank Morrtce 71.
Teo Wehlinper 72; Gordon Dalton

79. .Talmeide la '01172, V.it
Ins Aroemena, 7?. ol:' A.P.- Hurr
72, R.' J. Boyd, Jr. 72, Frasmo de
la Rusrdi 73. R. K. -Rtroh 73
T. M."Ahton-73. PaMa Morh 7T

W. A.-May, Sr. 72,-Jack-Lallv 74.
A. A. 'Arm.n 74.' D'rk 'Hehllnppr
T. J." -F. KosVinw nx rnt- 1!'

arnnpton 7J, Jeff KHne 75.' San-

Wv pii0rie 75, JHiww' HeS 'Il"'es,'

Jr. 75fJ. uon 71 nave M.VLed M.VLed-!!'''
!!''' M.VLed-!!''' 75. Rftllv Cleichm'" 7B.

All of the nhovf onaHfiers are

nchet'ilsd if r'"v thtfr first roitnd
maths "of laer tn n m..

Simdv. T)pmhr' 14th. Matches

are ltd helowf

CHAMPINSHfP PLIGHT
Rv Valde-;) vs Erasmo de

M r-uardia (10)

Dr. J.. (Ne-o) Arias (5) vs J.
JoaWiin vllarino ;(U) vs W. A.

M-v. Jr. 77)'

'' .Taife ''e. h rusrdia (Z), ys. Jim-
m" Hs T nriflff. Jr. (41'
T)ic Riley (11) vs T.'M. Ash Ash-ton
ton Ash-ton (5) ,
To eh'inser (7) vs Jeff

K""e rWV ' -t'

RobJq Torres (9) vs C. A. Ar Ar-man
man Ar-man 9
a t Urn... ik r.n.

inard '!)

M. A, Janon (11) vs R. E.
Bro (mi
Frhk rrice (8) ys Cap.t Har-

Irirop (1

nr. i j. Msssot u J vs jacK jai-

KJK ... .

carms Arosemena- tai vs i-
J01.f8V ' V ,
T,ul .Aran?o (6) vt Pablo Moran
Gordon Dalton (7) vs ?andy

H'-V'e

Bi'l T Brun (4) vs Dick uen-

tliPer t&

R, a. Rovrt. jr. iot vs Kony
Gi!cHi"a (11)
The"luckv 32 auli''ers in the
.n'!'ronfl roimt' 'h-ifliean of

from -12 o 24) are Usted bejow:

Lull. ''hanaecT k. i-oi. n. v.
rtm,mRA Stan FHawue, 69, John

Westwn Rfl. C Rndriwci 72,

Tlr 'WW. R""P 7 wne ianqi;t
72. Pfc J. R. vvas .72. E. de Ja
... to .Tore lib'uste. 74. L K.

lrfniin 7. Mite vaonro

wii 75. Rob Chandler 75. ran

twninn 7K. J. J. VsHarlfO HI 75

Tiff Rrhrson .75. .Tu'Uo Val Val-dea"7;
dea"7; Val-dea"7; RnwUrr ojtd 7s B. T)avls

2T5. Col. Mar Mooiy 7, ur. a

r.rrifrt 78 Df. Ju?n lITea 7B

.Torpe (Pri.) Bovd 76 M. erper

77. Cljtick Vline -,' 7 'A'. -SmV 77,
r..rlw. iHUac 77. tfenrV 'Widan-

mi.' m. Roberto Airman 78. Pio

Aranso 7R. He"r Kwarhw T.

As ran note'' ft-om the ahove
list, the high onalffyin score whs

fg,, ;'ifnct n .V? h"b

mialif""'1 wfi 4 "r 'ne

1957 ?R Rn"m" 9o' toi"

ni'VeR K he queliVin twnd
will no doi'bt w erH?Wtei in he

m"tc5: "lay,' not that the heaviest
rainbf the season are about v v-er.
er. v-er. The matches ,'eheduled ln the

first vounfl for tne. men s 1st tii?ht

ar ijsxm wow, w"i n"',wi:
Luis, Chtdeck (13) vs T. Rich-
. E. Ht U Ofta (15) vs M ; er-gr-
(3) "' v- r.-
" :'- (19) vs Col.

r 418) vs Henry Fi-

danque (24)'

Stan : Fidanquc (19 vs Rogelio

aoyo (is; ft)
L. K. Baldwin (19) vs J. A,
Smith (15)

i Earle Fidanque (16) ys Dr.' Juan

jorrea uoj
Bill Swenson (18) vs Pio Aran
?o (17)

Col. Bob Drum (16) vs Julio

Valdes (15)

Jorge Sibauste (15) vs Chick

Kline (13).
rjr. Bob Rupp (14) vs Dr. A,
Carrizo (16)

Bob Chandler (17) vs Roberto

Aleman (15)
John Westman (15) vs D. Dav

is (22)
Mik" 'aduro (19) vs Carlos
rillac (18)
Dr. Vivas (12) vs Jorge Boyd
(16)
. J J.. Vallarino III (18) ws H.
Kascher (21) J.

Tri the ladies' flight. Beverly
DiKer took the medalist honor

with a net of 74. -followed cloly
by Kay Purdy; with a '75. The
matches in the ladies flight, in
the first round, are listed; below,
with handicaps noted In parenthe parenthesis:'
sis:' parenthesis:' :
BevwDiIfer (17) vs Maggie Dal Dal-torn
torn Dal-torn (18) -.
Ginny s'nn !(24) vs Carol Glick Glick-enhaus
enhaus Glick-enhaus (12)
Kav Purdv (It) (Bye)
PhyUis Mansfield (29) Bye
All "ntayers are requested to
note the : following rules: A
match nlay will e over the 18 18-hole
hole 18-hole rotite,excent he final rounds,
which will be of 36 holes. In all
match Way, rounds must be com completed
pleted completed by 6 n.m. of the followin,t

Sundav evening or matches will

t ripfflilltpd r

The difference between full
handicaps will anplv In all match
ilav. In the event of a match end ending
ing ending in a tie. the 'sudden flpafh'
method of pray will annly if the
handicaos are the same. If the
honrtican d'ference is even, nine
additional holes shall he nlaved,

and if the hHica difference is

odd. 18 additional holes shall he
s continuous- part' of the reeular
mteh,"n!ei darkness intervenes,
whereunon the match shall be
completed at a later date.
... j
If the; 'sudden death' nlay is ne necessary,
cessary, necessary, nlav shall continue and

be a nart of th 18-hol match.

Tf an additional 9 or 18 hole are

ncesarv. they may or not be
Mayed the sme dav.-at the op op-Hoh
Hoh op-Hoh of the nlayeVs. In anv event.

hv shall he nlaved before the

followine S"dav pvpni", If iot

o lved. the match will be de

faulted.

Feat Server
PW Vm?K (Tjpi) Barry

Mcvv's lat f'rst serve is one of

stest- in smateur tennis.

The Dayton. Wo, native hj? nn
eonallv imp'sive sond shot

Vith a small -noun e an'", but

from 'thr .on he is t h ve-

nn h0w weu he does on low shots

to, tne corners.

Quickie, Tit it a S cote Upset
Victories In Classic Races

The Haras San Miguel's Quic

kie made up for the stable's dis

appointment in aunaays sz.uuu
added Premio Nacional Classic

when their Nirvana was beaten

by Titita. Quickie yesterday scor

ed a thrilLng head victory over

Evening Star in the $3,000 added

on mile, and one-eighth Mother's

iay Classic.

Mutuels favorites Ragazza and

Neasham Belle disappointed. Ra

gazza Wound up third after re

ceiving a ride mat was uniavor-

able to her front-running style
She was rated fifth 'for the first
half by jockey Jose Ulloa, made
a weak advance entering the
homestretch and hung in the
drive:

Uuickie quickly moved after

pacesetting Gtamilla, took com
mand midway down the back

stretch and held on gamely after

Evening Star overtook her and

momentarily took tne ieaa mia-

way down tne nomestreicn. a-

gazza wound up four lengths be

hind the leaders. Three-quarters
of a length further back Ar You
Like Her nipped Manuela Pedra-

za by a neck lor tne snort ena or

the purse.

uramiua wound up far Denina

the others after entrymate Neas Neasham
ham Neasham Belle broke down in the fin

al sixteenth and had to be destroy

ed. Neasham Belle failed to show
any 'of the class she was cracked
up to have.

Quickie received a great rule

from leading jockey Braulio Bae Bae-za.
za. Bae-za. who also scored with Siete y

Medio to be the only rider to win

more than one race Quickie re returned
turned returned $9 to win and $5.60 place.

The Quickie-Evening Star paid a

juicy $81. ,.

Caracoles' $12 s'raight was tne

day's best win odds but the Lu-ciente-Madame
Cucu third race

one-two was tops with a 1192.80

payoff.

Sunday Titita came up in the

homestretch to outlast speedy Nir

vana in tne Fremio Naconal Clas

sic. Nirvana was an odds on
choice because she had previous previously
ly previously beaten Titita tin three occa occasions.
sions. occasions. Nirvana was unbeaten in
ten starts up to Sunday's race.

Alejandro Ycaza rode Titita while

Baeza had the leg up on Nirvana.

neasham Belle is the second

throughbred owned by Dr. Miguel

Torrealba s Stud Venezuela to

break a leg and be destroyed be before
fore before earning any money locally.

A few davs before the runnine of

tne 510,000 added Panama Inde-

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pendence Day Classic, Arlequin
snapped a leg while working out
Both were imported from Chile

at high prices and were reported

ly- insured.

Track veterinarian Dr. Ramon

A. Vega Jr. was painfully burned

in the eyes when the ampule con

taining potassium cyanide sh&t-

terea. in nis nanai ana tne nquia
splashed his face and eyes. He is

now resting at the San Fernando

Clinic where he -is reported to be

out of danger.

The dividends:
FiRST raci
-Town's Wall $36, $12.40

2 The Gipsy $6

SECOND RACI

l-Pardine $5.80, $3.60

2 Don Clrilo $8.40

First Double: $117
A THIRD RACI

1-Rock'n'RoU $7.20, $3

a Guacamaya $2.80

One-Twet sh.zo
" FOURTH RACI

1 Linda Susy $4.60, $2.60
2 Carmelita $2.40

Quintal: $5.20

FIFTH RACI

1 Titita $7.80

2 No Place Betting x

SIXTH RACI

1 DonHol -3 An tr cn

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2 Thunderstreak $2.80

SIVINTH RACI

1 Dona Flora $93.40, $17.40
2 Nebrisca $7.

Second Daublt: $440
EIGHTH RACI

1 Horacio $2.60, $2.20
2 Behader' $3

Quinitla: $T.M

NINTH RACI'
1 Dependable $2.80, $2.80
2 Guadalcanal $3.80
Ona-Two: $12.40
TENTH RACI
1 Melendez $7.20. $3.80

2 Lobo $4.20

ELEVENTH RACE
1 Jump Quick $6.40, $2.40
2 Fifito $2.40

' (YESTERDAY)
FIRST RACI
1 Teddy $8.20. $4.60

2 Valdina Jeep $11.80

SECOND RACI
1 Brote $5.20, $3.40.
2 Alucinado $2.80

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First Deuble: $41.20
THIRD RACI
1 Luciente $7.8q,' $4.60
2 Madame Cucu $11.40
One-Twe: $12.10
FOURTH RACE
1- Chito $4.60, $3.40
2 Mayrita $4.60
Quin elsi $HM
fifth Race
1 Siete y Medio (excluded from
betting)
2 Alpina $6.60
3 No Place Betting
SIXTH RACE
1- Artigas $4.80, $3.20
2 Artie Princess $3.60
SEVENTH RACE
1 Caracoles $12, $4.20
2 Sicabu $4.80
Secend fyMa: 151.20
EIGHTH RACI
1 Camakas $9, $4
2- Pepin $3.20
Qulnielat $14
. NINTH RACI
1 Quickie $8, $5.60
2 Evening Star $9.80
One-Two: 11
, fNETH RACE
1 Bucalemito $3, $2.20
2 Mar Bravo $3.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Zia $3, $2.20,

i-atsy 82.60

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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2074, Sunday, December 7, 1958
The whole ticket has 5$ nieces divided In twe series "A" ft "B" of 26 pieces each

First Prize 1995
Second Prize 3680
Third Prize 438 3

$52,000.00
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The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending 1tr And not Inelnded in the nheve Nst win Fiftv Two Dollars ($52.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty two pieces which comprises the twe series "A" ft "B"
Signed by: The Governor ef the Provlnec ef Panama JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA

xne Kepresentauve ef the Treasure JOSE MANUEL S II VERA

WITNESSES: Pedro A. Saavedra CCed. 47-1337

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PABLO A. PIN EL M.
Secretory

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a ticket should carry th number ol each prize, th holder la entitled to
claim payment (or each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

, Sunday, December 7, 195S

Drawing Number 77S

First Prize 95
Second Prize. ... 80
Third Prize 83

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$ii:oo $220.00
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I Resorts Apartments

PHILLIPS Oceanside CoHayes
Santa Clare K de P.
am B-1877 Cristobal J-1 671.
Baldwin furnish" apartments
at Santa Blara Btaeh. Telephone
Smith. Gambee 302.
Rooms
FOR HINT : Apartments with
(.icS18to $20. Sinsle rooms
$10 to $17. 4th Straat Rio Aba Aba-io,
io, Aba-io, Tal. 4-1310 at La Loma.
-
OR RINT: Two nice bedroems
with connecting bath ana" aireon aireon-cfitioriini
cfitioriini aireon-cfitioriini in North American
ham. Uia of all facilities aail aail-abl
abl aail-abl if desired. Phone 3-0538
Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished beuse beuse-keepine
keepine beuse-keepine room, double
fri,r.t.r, hotplate, private bath
and entrance. No. 3. 5 2nd.
Tal. 3-063$.
Houses
FOR RINT: Complatalv fur furnished
nished furnished thr. bdroom house ad ad-iacant
iacant ad-iacant to Golf course. Larae liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, dininoroom. bar, porch,
tarracaa and oardens. Available
Fab. ltt. No. 13.
Golf Heiehts. Talaphona 2-1459.
Horse Pins
Wrestler
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (NBA)
Athletes art injured in trano.o
way.
A curious on Kappa nod to a
top North Carolina wrestling
candidate. John Matnty of Dan Dan-vill,
vill, Dan-vill, Va., lioht-heavywetfht
who was undefeated at a frsh frsh-m.
m. frsh-m. last soaton, is temporarily
laid up boeauM a hort toll on
him.
"Hew'-M W" Pid
the hort throw him? Old he
fall off the horse?" Ceaeh
fam Barnes' was asked.
"I dnVlW, he rsplled.
"Mayb ho was wrestling tho
. horse."
LIFE, INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
"ATLAS"
Refrigeration Equipment
Compressors Etc.
ACENCIAS
t AR SEN, S,A.
Phono 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
Lens. 1.9
the best, buy In town
Foto International
155 Central Aye.
Corner K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station
The New
s
rj)
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder Bystem
Panama Col6n

FOR RENT.- Furnjshad two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment; hot watar; army
inspected, 82 Via Porras, phono
3-7258.

.FOR RENT: Furnished screen screened
ed screened one bedroom apartment, $80
rent. Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment two bedrooms, livina room,
dininf room, independent service.
86th Street No. 6, San Francisco,
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Beautiful ona-bed-room
'apartment in El Canareio,
Madura's Building. For informa information
tion information cad 2-2844 or 2-2854, from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Screened apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three bedrooms, two baths,
maid's roam, dining and living
rooms, enclosed porch, garage,
Calle Colombia 3, telephone 3-1875.-
FOR RENT; Thr bedroom
apartmant, maid's room, hot
watr, garage, Paitilla. Phone 3 3-2279.
2279. 3-2279. Romanian Reds
Arrest Patriarch
Of Orthodox Church
VIENNA (UPD- Communist
Romania has arrested the patri patriarch
arch patriarch of the country's Orthodox
church in a month-long campaign
against clergymen that probably
will culminate in a mass treason
trial, reports reaching here said
yesterday.
A roundup which has jailed 50
priests and ministers of all faiths
coincided with a campaign to wipe
out all private enterprise in Buch
arest and make it the first totally
socialized city in Russia's East
ern European empire, the reports
said.
According to the reports, Mari Marina
na Marina Justinian, patriarch of the Or-
inoaox cnurcn in Komama, was
seized at his residence in the ca
pital and taken to an undisclosed
province where he in cloe "houe
arrest," and under constant police
surveillance.
Reliable sources reported that
the Red regime had accused nu numerous
merous numerous clergymen of anti govern government
ment government activities and of hiding right
COMETA TRES DIA
wing extremists Is their homes
and church properties.
The sources said the Commu Communists
nists Communists would hold a show trial
the clergymen early next year.
.The drive against religion ap appeared
peared appeared to be a follow-up to an
earlier campagin this year in
which 235 Orthodox clerics were
arrested and accused of anti-state
activities and holding secret re religious
ligious religious meetings.
VISIT ATOMIC CENTERS
WARSAW, Poland (UPI)-Lead-
ers of the International Atomic
Energy Agency were in Warsaw
today for a tour or Polish atomic
energy centers. Among the group
was w. Sterling Cole, of the Uni
ted States, director general of the
agency.

CHRISTMAS CARDS
The greatest assortment in town
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE
(Both across from the old Ancon P.O.)
and
CASA ZALDO de CALIDONIA
(Near Tivoli Theatre)

The Pacific Steam navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 184B)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE I
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ; Dee. 14

S.S. "PIZARRO"

TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20.225 tons)
(Alr-CondlUoned) Dec. 22
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "COTOPAXI" Dec.
S.S. "SALINAS" v Dee. 29

ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GARTH"
8 J. "DINTELDYK"

TO UKCONTINENT

8.8. "DONG ED YK"
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO

TELEPHONES:
a Panama J-12578

Cristobal 3-16546

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUR

INTERNAL OE PUBLICACIONES No. S Letter; Plua CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 44 louhues r''n"i"t,.V,
Buna-ii. m h. HiiRRiSAN ith m J..I. A J St I.F.WIS SERVICE Av. Tivoli N. 4 FARMACIA

a FARMACIA LUX 164 central Avenu
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS-M Street No.
ATHIS Besldo the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALIs 1955 Cadillac
coup, excellent condition. Call
Balboa 2-3658. attar 5 p.m.
BUY A VQLKSWA6EN
FOR SALE-1956 Chevrolet 4
door Bel-Air, hardtop sport sedan,
automatic transmission, radio and
other extras,, One owner, excel- ;
lent condition. Purchased new
car. sacrifice for best offer. Tel.
2-2619. House 530 Ancon.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4 (
door. 9 passenger, Brookwood
sation wagon with all accessories.
1931 Model A duty paid. 1930
Model A. Balboa 2-4307 or 2 2-3347.
3347. 2-3347. BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Ford 4 door, 54,
6 cyl., standard shift. Excellent
throughout. Call Navy (Pacific)
3111 far additional information.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE
One. four door Holiday Oldtmo Oldtmo-bile,
bile, Oldtmo-bile, 88, 1955, model, as is,
where is. Such automobile is the
property of the Goverment Em Employes
ployes Employes Finance and Industrial
Loan Corporation, and is locat located
ed located at the motor transportation
division garage (The Corral),
Ancon, and can bs viewed dur during
ing during regular working hours.
Written bids will be accepted
for th purchase of such car by
the undersigned and should be
mailed to him at:
Box No. 98,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone,
Identifying the bidder and
giving address and telephone
number. Bids will be received
through and including December
11, 1958. The right to rajact any
and all bids it reserved.'
W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Attorney For Owner
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 26. 1 9 5 1
BUY A-VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: W 1958 Plymouth
sadan 4000 miles, like now
$1925, waw, two-tana paint
0599-A, Bayeno Street, Ancon,
phone 2-2744.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1J50 Ferd $150:
Mr. Grote, Panama 3-0010, Ext.
12.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
SKUNKED BOUNTY
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (UPI)-r
Marin County, overpopulated this
year with pesky varmints, offered
a $1 bounty for tails of skunks
and raccoons. Some 38 tails later,
country agricultural commissioner
Thomas w. Feryam wasn t sure
it had all been worth it.
Twice claimants walked into his
office with skunk tails and both
times he was unable to use the
office for the rest of the day.
.Dee. 30
.Dee.
.Dee.
22
27
,.Dec. 20
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Balboa 2-1995

AGENTS 0 OUtl OFFICES AT 1JJT 'H"

HOUSEHOLD IXCHANUE-J. aee.
- COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Am
Home Articles
. FOR SALE: Zenith radio and
record player; h.p. 60 cycle
electric motor with mount; Phil Phil-co
co Phil-co table model radio; floor lamps;
desk lamps; kitchen table; mis mis-ctlaneous
ctlaneous mis-ctlaneous household items. 82
Via Porras, phone 3-7258.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, fine con condition
dition condition $14.00. Child' chest of
drawers $5.00. Two baby gates
$1.00 each. Phone 83-2139.
FOR SALE: Wastinghouse rafri rafri-geratgr
geratgr rafri-geratgr 11.2 cu. ft. inside freex freex-er.
er. freex-er. Twin bed. Balboa 2-4307 or
2-3347.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room table and 8 chairs $25.00.
Electric mangle ironar $90.00,
Balboa 2-4307.
FOR SALE: 9x12 beige cotton
rug $25.00. Phone, Curundu
3220.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 16 ft, boat 30 h.p.
motor with trailer and all equip equipment,
ment, equipment, $800. Ft; Clayton 1A Tel.
874140.
FOR SALE: 1957 Evinrude out outboard
board outboard motor, 35 h.p. talaphona,
Gamboa 754.
FOR SALE: Aristocraft Avalon
outboard boat. 1 5 feet long, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany plywaod hull, with mark
75 Mercury motor, complete with
controls. Telephone Gamboa 754.
r 1
FOR SALE: 26" fishing boat,
excellent condition. Can ba seen
at Tarpon Club. Phone 3-3151
anytime, i
CLASSIC LIAOUI
Teams
Marlboro -Agewood
Carta Vieja
Seymour Agency
W L
15 17
37 25
24 28
18 34
Baker 198,
Leading average:
Colbert 198. Coffey 196.
Marlboro 2 Carta Vieja 2
Carta Vieja opened very weak,
with an 849 game, and the Marl Marl-horo
horo Marl-horo team Pounced on the oppor
tunity to 'pus up enough pins to
win me hti game mi nvc
enough reserve to fain the Total
Pin marker. Lane, Marlboro's
leadoff man knocked' down 232
th purtain raiser, and in this
same game Pepe Damian conked.
out a 206. Pepe came bacK witn
a 204, and Ed Allen stuck a 212
for Marlboro in the second game,
but Carta Vieja had three bowlers
to go over the 200 mark Ted Me Me-knson,
knson, Me-knson, Phil Veseio and Joe Bur Bur-goon,
goon, Bur-goon, 'and this carried tliem to a
two Din win.
With Melanson making another
200. the Rum Runner took the last
game by 16 and thus held the
league leaders to a draw. Lanes
619 was the Jiigh for the league
night, but his teammate, Pepe
Damian was not too far behind
with 604. These two were the only
600 bowlers this week.
Marlboro
Lane 232 192 195 619
T. Damian 175 165 181 521
Alien 181 212 193 586
Schmidt 163 189 157 509
P. Damian 206 204 194
Totals 957 962 920 2839
Curt 3 Vifijji
Melanson 152 204 232 588
Dub 176 161 170 507
Vesck) 183 214 166 563
Burgoon 151 204 189 544
Coffey 187 181 179 547
Totals 849 964 936 2749
Agewood 1 Seymours 1
Seymour Agency is still looking
for a winning combination. Rol Rolling
ling Rolling two games under 900, meant
athree point loss for the insur insurance
ance insurance representatives. H the game
that Seymour rolled 900, they won.
With Bud Baker, averaging 179
for the night, his 200 average
shrunk to 198, but while Bud slip slipped
ped slipped his teamates picked up the
slacks, and no one had a bad
night. Rollie kGleichman was tops
for Agewood with 584, and Dick
Soyster changed his mind about
retiring, end led the Seymours
with 558.
The sideline f e a t u r e of the
match wes-Andy Fistonich's bid
for a three of a kind patch. He
had two successive 181 games,
and ip the tenth frame of the last
game he had a 180 with one more
ball to thro. .With the game in
the bag, Andy tried for the one
pin and a patch, but instead he
came up with a seven and the
ABC saved themselves a sleeve

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marker (...
Gleichmaa
Boyer
AJbritton
Fistonich
Balcer
Totals
Best
Toland c
Soyster
Karry

Agewood
.218 189
177
584

160
'' 158
181
199
916
Seymour
160
168
187
169

210M90
164 214
560
536
549
181
169
913
187
169
537
937 2766
162
154
212
172
491
220
159
210
558
551

STTEFT, PANAMA -!MIA """fcL "!fr K?m3 f?Px5?

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adot Guerrero No. J4.221.
Miscellaneous;
FOR SALE: 21" tlvisioo, e
44 RCA radie. g 33 RCA radio.
Market 'record player, all nd
repair, 200 used tubas, 50, used
transformers. 100 used electro electrolytic
lytic electrolytic condensers, all for $7$..
Phone Balbpa 2692.
FOR SALE: Westinaheut re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60 eyel. $65.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4-4188.
"FOR SALE: Du to trip, sailing
; Hi-Fi record player. Nerge wash washing
ing washing machine. Norg dryr. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany wardrobe. G.E. cleaner
Phone. 4i 1178.
Oustanding selection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
Snd lights -ideal .for homes,
' stores," clubs and organisations -at
budget aics.
American Supply Co. Street
13-06.
A LARGE NEW SHIPMENT OF
EXCITING ORIENTAL GOODS
NOW AVAILABLE AT
L U M S j 40 AUTO WI
IDEAL GlffS FOR MOTHER'S.
DAY AND CHRISTMAS AT OUR
SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES.
FOR SALE: Accordion 120 base
good condition, $75.00, F. L.
Corn. Phone 83-2125, 510-B,
Curundu Hts.
FOR SALE: New hot wata heat heater,
er, heater, still in crate, glaas lined bat battled
tled battled gass $90.00. Mr. Sweeney,
phona 3-7344.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Philco television, very cheap.
Phone 2-1140.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi good condi condition,
tion, condition, beautiful piece of furniture
$150.00. 1950 Lincoln excellent
condition $600.00. Double door
Norge refrigerator, separate unit.
Call Balboa 1214.
Stmkel
161 5S2
861 2874
Totals
8S1 952
PACIFIC WOMEN'S
. LEAGUE
EARLY BIRDS
Tams Wen Lost
One-Eye Open, Beauties
and Broadsides 29-, 28
Lucky Dreamlers 28 24
Gutter Gals 254 26V4
Martians 24V4 27V4
The Roses 24 28
Alley Cats 19 32
Beauties 4 Alley Cats I
The Alley Cats .- tried mighty
hard to climb out of the cellar,
but the Beauties just kept slapping
them down. It took all of the ta talents
lents talents the Beauties' possessed to
keep the Cats from scratching a
few winning points. The s Felines
lost one by twenty and .-another
bytwo. "i'','
r Only two teams tallied more
pins than the Alley Cats and yet
they were smacked down for four
points. The .Beauties story is one
from rags to riches, down in the
dumps about a month ago, the
Beauties are now tied for first
place. ..;:-
Bert Wade of the Alley eats,
although her team lost, was hap happy
py happy in getting her fist 500 handicap
series. Mary Lund and Peggy
Hicks, the pros in the ranks of
the cats had 520 and, 553 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. The Queen of Beauties was
Thelmi Fussell with 551 and her
ladies in waiting were Daphne
Bauer with 522, and Mimi Metzg Metzg-er
er Metzg-er 541, all three with hadep.
Broadsides 4 Martians
The Broadsides fired a volley
of pins against the Martian Maid Maidens
ens Maidens and the ladies from Mars
boarded their space ships empty
handed. The : Broadsides feasted
on the fruits of-their -victory by
going into a triple tie for top hon honors
ors honors of the Coffee and Domit loop.
Mabel Leslie was Broadsides
stellar attraction with a whopping
575 handicap set, and in support supporting
ing supporting roles were Betty McCloud
with 547 hdcp.'gand Margot Arthur
ouu nucp. xnaj oniy roaruan, inai
found the earth terrain to her
satisfaction, was Erma Foster
with her 506 hdep series'. f (
Tho Roses 1
Ono Eye Open S vv-
One pin for the One Eye' Open,
meant that the optics-remain in
a tie for first lace. The solo
point came in the TP, with the
Roses having 2486 and the Ojos
2487. The Eye Openers opened up
with close call, winning by 12,
and only in the second episode
did they assert themselves by a
comfortable margin.
Wally Morgan and Anita Per Persons
sons Persons were identical twins for the
Roses, both had the same handi handicap,
cap, handicap, sa me scratch y pinfall, end
both had a hden Series. The
twins had more than' able support
from Kay Holstslaoder with a
nifty 527 hdep set: For the One
Eye Open, a. trio of gals were on
the ball. Marcela Fluckeri picked
off 531, Nancy Mokray mastered
503, and Prissie Read wrote in 518,
all haedp. v 'ZiW. 1'
K Lucky Droamers 2
Gutter Gals 2
The Lucky Dreamers and the

'542LGutter Gals besides bowling play-

ed a tame of see-saw with the
scores. The "GG's" grabbed the

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LSTADOS UNIDOS ltt Central Ave.

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lets 500 and 1.000
mtars, in tho Nuavi Hipedrame
Urbanixatie. across the Rem
RacotrackT" Alt Iota with street
fronts, aawag,' water main and
electricity. ( CaH W. McBarnett.
Tl. J,Z57.. "7
IN PAITILLA, opposite th nw
schools. "LA INYERSIONIST A"
is building, house and let to r
your style, easy payments, LA'
INVERSIONISTA, upstairs, Cai f
da Aherros. Tel. 2-3639. V
LOST. Whit hunting deg,
brown head and aaf in Empara Empara-dor.
dor. Empara-dor. CZ. Call Tel. 2-2105 or ap apply
ply apply luanB. Soaa Strt. Papin
Mechanic Shop. Reward.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Boxer auppie AKC
registered. Phone Navy 3518.
FOR SALE: Weak old Pura-7
bred Springer 1 Spaniel puppies,
46-47 48th Straat Bella Vista.
Phone 3-6936.
WANTED
WANTED: Office furniture,
darfting tables and steels, in good
condition. Write apertade 4356,
Panamd.
WANTED : Competent hair sty-
list, male or femal. Apply Nine
Beauty Shop, Via EspaKa Ne.
117. Opposite Panama Hilten
Hotel.
oneninr, round but the Luckies
rallied to take the second, act. In
the exit fame, it went nght down
to th last frame, but luck was
with th Lucky Dreamers, who
won by two 'pins.
The Gutter Gals tabbed the, TP
by only ,11 ? sticks, depriving the
ureamers zrom joining a tour way
tie for league leadership. Ann Hill
helped herself to the best set of
the Lucky Dreamers .with 55
hdep. On the, Gutter side, four of
the senoras struck for 500 hdc
series. K. Calbot 516, N. Waltz 500,
B. Ballard 529 and L. Steckler
527. '
BALBOA MEN'S
WINTER LEAGUE r
Team Stondinajs -5
W L
Zenith T.V.
v,Y 28 '10
Hillman Cars ;
Lincoln Life Ins. ;
TiyoU Travles
Cafe Duran
Good Year Tires
. -25 it
!-'i24ii2
19 17
19
Astra
....
16
16
16
15
14
10
20
20
20
21
Balboa, Beer
Martini Vermouth
Kent Cigarettes
. y-. i
repsi woia
Blue Star
22
26
1st. High 'Team, 8 Games
Hillman. Cars,
2nd Lincoln Life Ins.
3rd. Martini Vermouth
2528
2515
1st. High Team Gamer
Kent Cigarettes'
2nd. Zenith T.V.
3rd. Tivoli Travels
1st. High Inta 3 Gapes
B. Toland
2nd..C. Klieschmaan
3rd M. Lane ,.'
1st. High Ind. GarneT 11
B. "Poland
2nd. R; DeVeau
3rd. C. Klieschmann
1 1st High av. games 7
M. Lane, 27 games
2, L. Larry, 15 games
3. B. Toland, 27. games
. P. Damian, 8 games
5. H. DeLuca,.2tf. fames
911
878
878
610
602
592
267
241
234
183
180
180
179
176
Zenith TV. 1 Llnteln Life I 5 '.
moved into firs -pltn by roll off
of a postponed game .4 poimsi
J. Tejada had high game 226-and
high series 551. High team game
867.' Series 2509 'i, ":i t.y: .'.?
Lincoln ute, naa to corns up
with a 901 in-last game w take
aeries bv only .19 points. Santa
Claus had his best night this year
with 219, 149, 234, (602).
Hillman Car. I Blue Star 4
Miiiman T.ars. holding 1st. place
for most of the season, had a had
night dropping 4 point to last
place team. J. Burgoon had high
series 480 and J. Boweft. high
earn with 1ST.
Ulna Star had a hanskor nleht
v takina 4 nolntS from- HiUman,
rolling high gam 83Z an senes
2458, which was high for them this
aeaaon. .- -k v' ,.VS -v ...
" ... . .
R. King had high game 207 and
series' 564.
Tivoli Trov.ls I Astra I
" Tivoli 'Travels and Astra

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LIBYA SB-IKt 1PACT ItEVlEW.
TRIPOLI,- Libya' (XJPI)-f Jremi-I
arliament today with a prom
ac ta 'review the f our'veaE V old
ract orovidinc for U.loV Ai;f oiee
bases on Libyan soil. The egrets
ment covers ine airaiegic ait
Command's .Wheelus Air Bait
outside Tripoli. Kubls eaUed
for Algerian independence from
France.
one of the best matches of the
eveninz.
Tivoli won the 1st game by 12
pins but losst the 2nd, by; 70. The
last game was a battle, Tivoli won
by 7 pins, not enough for pinfalL
Series 2218. M. Leidner was high
foreame 231 and series. 536.
For Astra, Ji Bieber had high
game, 193 and, series 499.
Cafe Duran 1 Balboa Boer S
Cafe Duran had an off; night,
winning but one point bra ttoie
one in the second game.Series,
2308. 'Toland was the onlfbhe to
hit 3007 Bob had high game 199
and series 574.
, Balboa Beer, on of the, hot
teamp in the league, hav.eeme
from1 we celler and have sow
moved np to 8th place.- Series,
2395.
O. Perec had high fame. 201
and Series 522.
Geed Year Tires 1
Martini Vermouth 1
Sood Year started- out wlth
good lead by winning file 1st game
by 100 pins. Lost the 2nd. by 14
mns with lanes 211 rame. and the
3rd. b? 9 ninsi-series. 2294.
liane nad; nigh,-game, zii-
and series-579,1Tta!kveT'gets
a little kelp from the" -rest of his
on the teams.f -mfc?'.,::.
For. Marrmi. H. Bavle ad Msh
series witf 4457;; anft Hi South Wgh
game iT:;Tem series, tjaiT
;' kerr:'cf9ar'ero ':
Pepsi Cole 4
Kent' had 'a roush marht. hut
with the addition f Peioe Damian
it is sure to pick un.
Pepe had hish same, tin anrl
series, 53. Team series 2252.
fepsl C"ola bowled, good and
would have made it tough an most
any other team. Thirv : had i
500 series.
Pepe 521 Dvan a j
Luttenberger 504. DeVeau also
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I CANAL ORGANIZATION employes who recenuy won tasn aw Bulldinir follow ne the Dresentatlon ceremony.

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Civil Rights Commission Gets
'Alabama Voting Registrations

ijONTGOMERY, Ala., Dec 9
J-(TIPJ) The federal Civil
Rights Commission won access
to voter registration lists in Ala-
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richt. Is John E. jennison. ieaa
and Salvage Yard
bama's predominantly Negro
Maron rountv today over the
protests of Gov.-elect John Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. The Federal commission, In Investigating;
vestigating; Investigating; complaints that
Negroes were denied the right
to register in certain Alabama
counties, began hearings in an
atmosphere of resentment and
outright defiance. A circuit
judge who has Impounded reg registration
istration registration records in two coun counties
ties counties refused a subpena to ap appear
pear appear and produce the books.
But, in a surprising turn, the
records of Macon County regis registrations
trations registrations were carted into the
hearing room and dumped onto
the floor' before the civil rights
commissioners.
Patterson, who is state attor attorney
ney attorney general, had ordered Macon
County officials to disobey the
commission's subpena of the rec records
ords records and when nrobate Judge
William Varner of Macon County
appeared with them, Patterson
protested vigorously.
He told the commission it "has
no legal authority to take pos possession
session possession of the records. Jude;e
Varner has no authority to take
the records from his county."
Varner turned over the rec records,
ords, records, saving "no court has told
me not to turn them over to
you"
The commission chairman,
Robert G. Storey, dean of the
law school of Southern Meth
odist University, assured Pat Patterson
terson Patterson "I do' not believe there
will be any embarrassment a a-bout
bout a-bout the records."
He also clashed with Patterson
about whether witnesses would
be denied constitutional rights.
The commission ordered Ma Macon
con Macon County registrars Grady
Rogers and E. P. Livingston to
be prepared to testify. Patterson
said he had advised the officials
to refuse on grounds, their con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights would be vio violated.
lated. violated. Rogers then refused to be
sworn. 1
Varner testified he did not
know how voters were registered
in Macon, that he never saw the
registration certificates or re rejected
jected rejected applications.
He said he did not know the
procedure for selecting registrars
nor had he visited the rooms
where applicants for registration
are interviewed.
Segregationist Circuit Judge
George Wallace earlier defied
the commission's request to ap appear
pear appear with the records he im impounded
pounded impounded in Barbour and Bullock
Counties on what he described as
a "purely local matter."
Until Varner brought In the
Macon county books, it apoear apoear-ed
ed apoear-ed that other Alabama officials
were going to refuse to produce
either the records or agree to
testify.
Instead the commission listen listened
ed listened to complalnts'by more than
two dozen Negroes from Macoh
County, seat of world-famouB
Tuskegee Institute.
These witnesses, most oti
them with college degrees, tes testified
tified testified they were subjected to
labyrinthine p r o c e dures and
complex questionnaires when
they attempted to registee to
rote, and that they were not
notified whether they were ae-
cepted or not. Only one of the
first 25 was a registered voter.
William P. Mitchell, executive
recretpry of the Tuskegee Civic
Assn.. testified thnt only 32 per
il cent of all Neero aonlicants have
been registered to vote in Macon
County In the past eight years.

Administration Buildini followine

foreman in the Water and Laboratories, Branch -and on the left

of the Supply Division, winners

Awards Range from $290 to $730

.Cash awards totaling more
than $500 "were presented to two
employes of the Canal organ organization
ization organization and other awards rang ranging
ing ranging from $90 to $7.50 were given,
to 24 additional employes re recently
cently recently for suggested improve improvements
ments improvements made under the Incen
tive Award Program.
The awards were made by Lt.
Gov. John O. McElheny in a
ceremony, held on the front
steps of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
Jdhn E. jennison, lead fore foreman
man foreman in the Water and Lab Laboratories
oratories Laboratories Branch at Miraf lo lores
res lores received the highest cash
awa'rd of $290 for developing
a safety device for use on
hydraulic valves.
.The setond highest award of
$215 went to Francis H. Hickey,
foreman of tre Scrap and Sal
vage Yard of the Supply .Divi
sion for his suggested use of
propane instead of aceytlene
gas for cutting scrap.
Three of the award .winners
have left the Canal service and
were not present at the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. They are Frank O. Bry&n,
who retired in July as mechan
ical supervisor' at the Pacific
Locks, who was given an award
of $90; William Hannigan, Jr.,
former employe of the Dredging
Division, $25; and George May
ers, former employe at Coco
Solo Hospital, $25.
The names of the other in incentive
centive incentive award winners and the
amounts received follow:
Mrs. Dana B. Bissell, clerk,
Accounting Division $80.
George Vieto, transportation
clerk. Administrative Branch,
and Mrs. Ethel K. Askew, clerk,
Accounting Division $60.
$25
Mrs. Edith W. Cotton, super
vlsory accounting clerk, Ter

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the Dresentatlon ceremony.

of the too award, of $290 and
minals Division: Mrs. Beth-C
Waddell, accounting clerk, Ter1
minals Division: Eduarao c.
King, office machine operator,
Payroll Bra-Bcnr; F. E. Perra,
Balboa Policemen; and Bernard
J, Linden, ferryboat master,
Marine Bureau.
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Paul Badonsky, engi n e e r,
Locks Division; Mrs. Nellree B
Smith, clerk, Electrical Division;
Herman C. Graham, clerk, Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division; Mrs. Nina Jane
uopennaver, budget orncer, per
SiOnnel Bureau; James R. Doran,
manager of excess disposal unit,
Storehouse Division; Mrs. Doro
thy L. Beauchamp, accounting
clerk, Gorgas Hospital; Cyrus
A. Morris, clerk, Storehouse
Branch; Mrs. verna tA.-Barnett
stenographer,. Balboa" port Cap Captain's
tain's Captain's Of flcef-F and r John B.
Fields, inspector, Community
servicea iflvision.
$7.59
Mrs. Carol B. Cantrell, clerk-
typist and J. Douglas Lord, ad
ministrative assistant, Power
Conversion Project; William F.
Gradj- and Aloyg C. Sandusky,
pharmacists, Coco Solo hospital.
I LITTLH Lffg
It moy be inconsistent, but the
next wor will probably be fought
Dver disarmament.
TOMORROW!
WEEKEND RELEASE!

A Yulctide Story

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HAMILTON, Bermuda. Dec.

(UPI) The Swiw-owned Panama-Flag
liner Arosa Star was
seized by police soon after its un unscheduled
scheduled unscheduled arrival here Sunday.
Chartered planes were to fly
toe snip s 204. cruise passengers
to Boston and' New York, where
the 7,000-ton. liner had been ex expected
pected expected to dock Saturday,
It was not immediately certain
what disposition will be made of
the ship, which is due in Quebec
Thursday to pick up .500 passen passengers
gers passengers bound for Germany.
A $40,000 Hen for unpaid bills
Was filed against the Arosa Star
shortly before it left New York
last month on a cruise to Curacao
and Haiti.
The sftio Was allowed to sail in
Dond. but its owners diverted jt
nere witnout explanation instead
of returning' it to New York.
Authorities in th American cifr
were given so little notice of the
ship's change of itinerary that
customs inspections had alreariv
been assigned, to clear its passen
gers oeiore us isermuda stop was
announced.
Chino-lteds Resume
Of Quemoy
On Every Other Day
TAIPEI, Dec. 9 (UPI Com
munist Chinese coastal artillery
resumed, shelling the Quemoy
Islands today after observing
the Peiping- regime's self-imposed
every other day ceasefire
yesterday.
... i
The defense ministry said
the Red guns opened up at 1:20
a.m. and lobbed 14 rounds on
the Quemoy Islands up to 6 a.m.
today.
A. Central News Agency dis-
tatch- from Quemoy reported
last night that an undisclosed
number : of Nationalise ships
landed a huge quantity of up up-plies
plies up-plies on Quemoy.
Since the
Reds ano lunced
their unique
plan in the
alternate-day war
beginning of No-
vemher, th?
carried out
Nationalist ships
tneir resuppiying
Quemoy only on
missions to
eyen numbered days of
th
month on which the Reds
promised not to shell.
Prizes In Elks
Raffle Must Be
Won By Holders
Prizes in a joint charity raffle
being sponsored by the BPO ELKS
Lodges No. 1414 and 1542 cannot
revert back to the lodges, raff te
chairman Carltarke announced
today. StArke stressed that the
prizes must be won by ticket
holders.
In the event that the winning
tickets are not drawn in accord
ance with the lottery on Sunday,
Dec. 21, tickets will remain valid
until all prizes have been won.
The prizes are as follows: first
prize, 1959 Chevrolet sedan: sec
ond prize, round trip to Lima,
Feru, tor two persons; third prize,
a ni-n sex. Tickets are $1 each.
Starke
are still
said that
available.1
some tickets
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In the footsteps of Bogart and
tjstinov, the Theater Guild last
night opened an eight day. run
of "My Thre Angela." a play

with a Christmas theme which
was filmed a couple of yearg a a-go,
go, a-go, and which was a success on
Broadway.
CTreading such 11 1 u t rlous
ground, the Theatre Guild play players
ers players have a high standard set for
them, especially since most of
their audience will have either
read the book,, .attended the
play before or seen the movie,
i The play has a happy theme
of goodwill and kind deeds found
in an unexpected-place and the
players managed to t seize the
heart of lt and make the spirit
of Christmas come alive for a I
fairly crowded first night audi audience.
ence. audience.
They handled the humor very
much better than they did the
serious moments of the play,
which were often vooderi and
hard to believe Fortunately
there was more humor than
anything else, and in fact the
roars of laughter almost manag managed
ed managed to drown the roar of the 10:10
p.m. train to Colon.
The story, as most people will
recall is about three convicts on
a French colony who became
god angels to a merchant fam family
ily family and settle their tangled ro romantic
mantic romantic and financial affairs for
them hilariously.- mainly by kill killing
ing killing 6ff a wicked uncle and his
slimy nephew. n,
The best-projected charapter
of the piece was Jules, one of
the three convicts, played by
Tramp Freighter
Rales Show Upturn,
London Paper Says
LONDON, Dec 9 (UPI)
Tramn shiDDinir freight rates
are showine signs or turning
unward. the Financial Times
rnorted today.
The authoritative nnanciai
newspaper traced an up-ana-down
pattern in rates over the
past few months. Rates rose in
October and November to snj
average high in the Transat Transatlantic
lantic Transatlantic grain trade of M shillings
per ton. But even though poor
European harvests mean much
North American grain, will have
to be shipped during th rest
of the winter, rater fell from
that hieh by about 7 shillings
sixpence per ton, the paper said.
"During the -pasi few days
there have been signs that; this
downward trend may be re reversed
versed reversed again' the Times said.
Lower rates on the Atlantic
run caused a number of ships
to be sent to the Pacific, result resulting
ing resulting In a shortage of vessels and
probable higher rates, it said.
34ih Armor Plans
All-Day Fele
For Anniversary
-The tankers of Company 6,
34th Armor this week will put the
finishing touches on plans for an
all-day celebration of the '-182nd
anniversary of the establishment
of their branch to be held on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at Fort Kobbe. ";
Plans for the day include an
open house at the company; bar
racks (Building 706) where visi visitors
tors visitors will be escorted through the
tankers' living; recreation and of
fice areas, winding up the tour
in the company mess hall where
refreshments will be served- Mo
vies for the younger children will
be shown in the company class
room. Kool-aid and cookies will
be available for the tots during
tne-'show.
Featured attractions of the an anniversary
niversary anniversary will be "Armored Bus"
transportation (using the armored
personnel carrier) from the bar
racks to the 34th Armor A tank
park and back, and numerous ac
tivities of spectator Interest at
the tank park itself. These in
elude the ever-popular tank-rides
for. children (of all ages);, and
demonstrations of tanker .competi .competitive
tive .competitive arts such as crew drill, speed
test on weapons,- "pulling" a tank
engine and other ."jobs": peculiar
to the tanker trade.
Winding up the day-long cele celebration
bration celebration will be a Little League
ball game, held at the Kobbe Lit
tie League park, between .-the
' Tankers, sponsored by Co. D,
34th, Armor, and the "Tigers' re
presenting anothe post unit.
BY WALT SCOTT

stout Bob Armitaee with a hear

ty relish which brought him a a-cross
cross a-cross the footlights double-: life
size, which makes him pretty
substantial indeed,
His best scene was when he
was supposed to be choking over
some bad cognac. Gossip has it
that instead of -the traditional
cold tea, some humorous props
assistant filled the bottlt with
bad cognac,"-i -v'-w-vv:(
. The other v twd-' angefld ofi-
victs? Joseph and Alfred, . were
played y with' verve hy Cameron
Stewart-and Earl Almqust. The
latter can be quite funny, by fa facial
cial facial expression alone."
Lou Ann Henderson, as Marie
Louise '-. Ducotel,., the attractive
merchant's .daughter dls tin tin-guished
guished tin-guished herself with a pretty vi vivacity,
vacity, vivacity, which was just right for
the part.: v. -:"-
?' Charles pearce 'was hateful,
sneering, and coarse an Ideal
villain of the piece as the. wicked
uncle Henri Trochard.
Former Land Agenl
Merril A. Slillzman
Dies In Florida
MerriJ A. Stutzman,! retired Pa
nama Canal employei died of a
heart attack Saturday night at
his home in St. Petersburg, Jlor-
ida. according to a message re
ceived by relatives on the Canal
Zone. He was 60 years bid. v -Mr.
Stutzman. who was land in
specter for the Canal organization
for many years, retired from ac
tive service in September. 1953.
He was acting chief of the Real
Estate Unit at the time of his re
tirement.
A'native of Harrisonburg", Penn
the Isthmus in 1920. He was em
ployed for about three years in
personnel work before transferring
to the Land Office where he was
continuously employed until retire
ment. He had over .31. years of
Canal service. ; j
Mr. Stutzman was prominent in
Masonic work and was a .Thirty .Thirty-Second
Second .Thirty-Second Degree Mason. Because of
the nature -of his work, he was
well known in both. Panama and
the Canal Zone.
He is survived by his wife, Vi
vian, whd lives at 220 TWenty
fourth Avenue, North, in St! Pe-
ternurg; a sister, Mrs. Earl Bal Bal-fozer,
fozer, Bal-fozer, a frmer Canal Zone resi
dent now of St. Petersburg: and
a nephew,; Richard' Baltozer. who
is employed 'in ;the Locks Divi
sion. '
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending g a. in. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company r
Balboa' Cristobal
TEMPERATURE: 1
High 89
Low 72
84.'
76
HUMIDITY!
High-....
93
.13
Low
63
WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)
N-12
J8
NE-18
.04
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81
82
BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10
High
2:45 a.m.
3:20 p.m.
Low
9:15 a.m.
9:36 p.m.
TOMORROW
5
ONLY HERE ON THIS
NAMELESS ISLAND
COULD THEY BE
MALE AND FEMALE
...nothing else

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Thompson-Battagua

EDUARDO'de
Directed by R (SHARD WILSON Screenplay

PratfueedevrUUAM ALLAND

Felix and Emilie Ducotel. the :

kindly, absent-minded merchant
and his wife were played by Os;
mond Kelly and Claude Aycockv
They both ..had great sympathy, i
for their parts as trustine. kind-'
lyf unworldly folk...- -. i.
A wen-stylized character roi
was played by Leonora Da vies as
the-hoitytolty Madame Parol; j;
The nephew who turns out to be
as Dan ag ma uncle ,wai piayeq
by' peter Barge,.;- lc' i:
John Reade makes a brief ap4
pearance as a lieutenant and tha 1
live chickettr borrowed for thf ?
play", gave a splendid and sym-
pathetic 1 performance and ob- i
viousiy telt the part deeply.
- xne Tneater Guild must

masterpiece.; The play was com- il

pletely

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' FRANKFURT,; Germany, Dee. ft
(UPI) Soviet novelist Alexandaf'
Tcheyshvilir.who defected from th
Soviet union two- weeks ago, has
been flown from West Berlin to
Frankfurt, U. S officals here said
torfty.-sS', y '-,,:iit;
iTcheyshviU, ;- jjS,- i Stalin priz
winner,; stayed in Frankfurt" with
thft American friends of Russian
freedom, a ,U.S. welfare agency,
the officials said.- f g
George Wellde,. chief of th
U.S. escapee program in Frankfurt,
said. Tcheyshvili is still in West
Germany as far as he knows,.
"He stayed with the foreign rH rH-vision
vision rH-vision of the Americsir Friends of
Russian Freedom .to Franltfurt,'!"
Wellde said,, : :
' Taking care of the .writer wai
John Riley. AFRF director in Ger
manv, Wellde said; i s ,.
Riley was not immediately avail-;
able for comment, t 1
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